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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

FOlt SUPERVISOR. WE are authorized to announce the name j 0/ E. 11. I'OMEKOY as a candidate! for Supervisor for District No. 1, composed] of San ltafael, forte Madera and Novatoj Townships. nxviile j NOTICE to Tax Payers of- ITlarin Count). NOTICE is hereby given that the State and County Taxes are now due and payable for the fiscal year 18G1—1802, and the law in regard to their collection will be strictly enforced. V. 1). DOUR, Sheriff and cx-offieio Tax Collector. San Rafael, Marin Co. Sept. 10th 1801. sep 21—3t IVoliec <0 DoaitrrtCiors. SEALED PROPOSALS fur the construction of a bridge across the Rolsa de Tomales or San Antonia ("reek, where the County Road leading from Keys' Store to liloomfield crosses said creek, will be received by the lioard of Supervisors of Marin County, from and after the 18th day of September 1801, at 10 o'clock, am. Said bridge to be erected in accordance with the plan and specifications to be seen at the office of the County Clerk of Marin C...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

Coal Oil and Coal Oil Lamps, jrnooETHKH with ull kinds of Burning and | _L Machinery Oils, for sale at greatly rcdu- | cud rates. Also, Kro-Vapor Stoves,. ifor heating rooms, for cooking, and for heat- 1 ing flat-irons. For sale very low bvl ,s ta xi'oud lino mans, California St., near Front, San Francisco, aug 24—3 m Comet Illuminating Oil. WE are constantly receiving invoices of I this celebrated brand of KEROKEXE, which is guaranteed entirely pure and unmixed with Camphcne, Petroleum, or Asphaltum Oils. It is non-explosive, and superiorto or any other Oil ever made. "We have also on hand the Dow- j ner's and other brands of COAL OIL, which j we arc selling at the lowest rates. STAXFOIiD llliOS., aug 21—3 m California street near Pine. VI rANTED.—A man to take charge of! VV a farm on shares. Said farm containing 40 acres of arable land, more or less.—! Will be leased for ths term of three years. One that understands teaming and woodchopping preferred, as an opportunity will be giv...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

| FREEMAN <t SIMPSON 1 OLD magnolia Whisky. The consumption and constantly increasing demand for the 0 I <1 lUairnolia Wliisky< renders us confident that it must supercedej all other forms of restorative liquors, com-'' j bining ns it does every element of Purity, | ! Strength, Palatiability and Ilealthfulncss, j which should characterize a beverage suited j | to our age and country. 'j We desire Dealers and Consumers to no-I { ! tice that upoh every barrel and package ofj lour CiENUlNEarticles, our names are bran- j ded in full; and also, that to each barrel and : package is affixed OUR NEW CARD. "With a view to prevent the success of im- , position, imitation and counterfeits, we have j 1 discontinued the use of our former colored j | cut of the Magnolia Flower, and have sub- : j stituted for it a Card, containing an engrajving of "The Phoenix Distillery on the | Schuylkill river," with our name printed in , full. ' 1 These various attempts to imit...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

. jlan Safari Institute AND BOARDING SCHOOL. ; Under the charge of the Key 11. Gilbbrt. i Miss JULIA C. GILBERT, Principal The first Session will commence in Jw»- | unry—to continue 4 months. The Second Session will commence in the middle of May, and continue 3 1-2 month*. ' The Third Session will commence on the ; loth of September, anc continue until Not. 30th. T E RMS. Hoard and Washing, per month 20,00 I Tuition, in l'rimarv Department 3,00 Higher English, " 4,00 | Ancient and Modern Languages, extra 2,00 i Music, instrumental with use of l'iano 8,00 ! Drawing, 3,00 l"®**lionrding Scholars will find ample accommodations in the Institute Building with the teacher, nnd bo provided with well fur- ] nished Rooms. \ This Institute commands a fine view of ! the bay of Sun Francisco, and is situated in lone of the iiiost delightful valleys in the state, in 23—tf j BLOCK, LEVY &CO., SAN RAFAEL, IIfOVLD iivpci-'fully inform the citizens ' YY of San Kafael and vicinity, that t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

THE great eontincntial discovery in the ' science of mcdicine, for purifying the J blood and strengthening the Human frame, DR. D. PERCY & CO'S CELEBRATED Cordial Balin of Circassia, Price .<<2,.30 per bottle. A new and important medicine fur the cure of Nervous Debility, Lassitude, Weakvess, Scorbutic Humors, Old W'omul-, Vl;ers, Glandular Swellings Eriipelas, ScrofPimples, Diseases of the Skin, Cutaneous Eruptions, and all impurities of the Blood. It will also remove the effects of Mercury, and entirely eradicate it from the lystcm. 514 Dupont street, between California and Pine. IL—All letters for Medical advice ind Medicines promptly answered, and out '.oor patients attended to day and night. DB. P«roy Ac , Co., No. 514 Dupont street, between California and l'ine, San Francisco, Physicians and Operating Surgeons, Members of the Royal Colleges of London and Edinburgh, Graduates of the Universities of London and Edinburg tir-1 Prizes for Anatomy a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

from inexperienced physicians in general practice; for it is i> point generally eoiiceeded by the best svphilogranliers. that the study and niaiiageineiit of these complaints i-l.ould engross the whole time of those who would be competent and success-ul in their treat- 1 ment and cure. The inexperienced general' praeticioners,having neither opportunity nor time to make himself sufficiently acquainted with their nathology, eoninionl.y ,)iir.-ues one system of treatment, in most cases making an indiscriminate use of that antiquated and dangeiou.s weapon, .nercury. More caution however, shoult' be u-ed by the syphilitic patient, n consulting uonr'ni'l physicians of the advertising cla-,-. as nine-tenths of them are : iiiposters, ,rho us-ume Gennan, French, or oth' i names, am arc without unv elaims| to medical '.nowledg'. These knavish aseals infest i.li '.urge cities, and, by means of their lying advertisements and poster-, they induce die wary to enter their Petei Funk! ! ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

FORDHAM & JENNINGS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, and dealers in Provisions, ' Flour, '< Wcnes, Tcjin. T r <r<npi«r- , „ ttV«3i«lc:a V-'sixv, 'JTofoacco, j: ' I'.tc., i;xc. :• " ' ' 7'." -:' 1 : •• ;• : n tl:° country \ / v ;•, ' -l •> ])«•{'ir-' pur:•ij ■: -1; ■■v • ! -v. 1 ! , - v • v- • con'.if li at \VI • :iii ai Oh;'i in'jv.ai': v and i.i plice. • noon* luj.i\ m j. > nti'.ii. i j'Oiiioi!.'<m «s." j:;xxixcs, "•AT Iit.OCK, • ".ii*.; of I'm.*? ,v .;■:! .oil Kmr/s, Sun '.'ranc! (\i!. riiu'iii—3m Charles F. Robbins, "r r: i\* f • i I*•}\r *' , " • <"J ITI J» l J n± Ijs, . Di'Ll'.'. •: 2CardGioqk Nos. 111 and 113 Clay Street, - m —.y :A X !-'iIAXOISCO. PAINTER & CO. 'i rrj I'icul and Dealers ii j j> f y Type, i'r .-.s-.-s. i'l-inting Materials, 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, 111. n. i'.uvrat. > SAX I'IIAXCISCO, 1 I. sr. CM Vj !;•(. \ > 1 ItUfL'S iittc...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

illaviii Counii) |ounuil. A WJvEKLY NKWSI'ArKR j Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News, ! j Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVE 11Y SATURDAY BY JEROME A. BARNEY. T li It -M S. Subscription for 1 year 500 i '• 6 mos. 3 00 " y mos. 1 60 j And if jiiiid in advance the following: j One year, $il 00 I S-I «c month s 2 .30 Three months, 1 25 £ i' Advertisements inserted at the following rates, ! 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 100 will be charged. , j j I y"A liberal discount made to yearly ad-! ; vcrtisers. LyV' IMARIN JOURNAL ifJOB OFFICE.! I $ I 'jy Tar. 'Proprietor •would respectfully {' 'J the public that he his now?, I /Jarepared to execute all kinds of Job ; \ ; ' ,I'rinting, such as y/* i y 'fflill / ; 4 ' ' ihtr.ij.lMi, V •Vj ui'irtnammci, ■ (/• Ii . t !*/.) (/ i'K'.U al.), fV •Vy $(;!!■- 7ir!;r!i, C/' : '•P /• 1X : : . "■ w; I -? fn a style inferior to none, and at f • J diort notice. (\> Meetins of ih...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 September 1861

BLOCK, LEVY & CO., SAN RAFAEL, : \T/"OT LD respectfully inform the citizens 1 \ of San Rafael und vicinity, that they ' have 011 hand, and are constantly receiving, a full assortment of ; 6nicra( |ttftdjatti)isc, I which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots,!] SHOES, HATS & CAPS And in fact every articlo suitable for GEN' I'LL'MEN'S WEAII. [ —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, * 7 consisting in part as follows: DcLaines, Cashmeres, M'erinoes, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &c. ALSO a chice lot of GROCERIES flo en, sua An, COFFEE, TEA, sua AIL SOAP, HA COX, HAMS, CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, PIE I'liriT, D11IEI) FRUIT, 1 and in fact every article connected •with the i Grocery department. ALSO | a choice lot of (Ltoclm'i) & gavMiuirf, Hunt's and Collins* Axes, Nails, Locks, | llutts, Hinges, Files, et...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY, OCT'R. 5, 1861. NO 29

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T MARIN JOURNAL £■ |j 0B 0 P FIC 1U: [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

MARIN JOURNAL JOB OFFICE (*\ J The Proprietor would respectfully [• 7 inform the public that he his now f t to execute all kinds of Job \ ,4'rinting, such as v f • j'anijihlri), •Y) ]f\rffirun!nri, /• ■3) Citrii/rtM, V* •\ /' (jrtiidi, l i.) :hiif;l & 'A, -V •V ' $„'/ Jn!;rh, '/' .// I jl'J'tf, -\ "p " JML ' 't \i\ 7"/v/j, fr. a styl" infrior to none, and at t* <• 7\short 'notice. V"

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" """ ■ " I ORIGINAL. P31333 a Moi. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

ORIGINAL. Pensez a Moi. BY SI ST Kit MAY. I think of th?e when opening buds IJ.-;jjl:ii:nl J .-;jjl:ii:n the m truing hour, I think of thee when noon-day's sun, Shedi beauty o'er each lloxver; NVhen in thought my home I see, Dear one I always think of thee. • I think of th 1 ? when evening steals O'er earth with noiseless tread, Itemeaibjr every loving glance, And tender word thou 'st said ; E'en if /shall forgotten be, llelieve me friend, I'll think of thee. 41 Penssz a moi!" there was no need, Of making that request, My friend there is where thou dost dwell, I The home that I love best; My home,my friend*,are dear to me, 1 I think of all—l think of thee. t~TT he following resume furnishes a reliable expose of the leading reli-l gious tenets maintained by the followers of Emanuuel Swendenborg. It was pre-! pared by a distinguished gentleman of that persuasion :—

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Emanuel Swedenborg,. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

Emanuel Swedenborg, The obscurity which lias surrounded the name of one of the most rcmarka-l die men the world ever produced is be- J ginning to be removed, and-evervintel-J ligent person is supposed to have heard something about him. His acquire-' ments were of the highest order, insomuch that Emerson, who makes him I one of his representative men, says lie possessed more learning than whole col-1 leges of professors. lie made discoveries in astronomy, the most obstruse of sciences, which were only announced| by Herschell, Streuve and the modern! astronomers half a century or more af-| ter his death. The translator)' motives' of the stars, and the* position of our j solar system in the sidereal heavens,l may be cited a~< instances. But it is not with his system of 1 Christian theology that the name of Swedenborg is indissolubly connected ; and as it is believed that there is a growing desire among reflecting men to obtain a more definite knowtedgo of his teaching*, the ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

E1 ii k response of our State to the call of the (iovernmcnt for troops has been prompt. notwithstanding the sneering of the aiders and abettors of rebellion: California lias nobly fulfilled the expect aiions of the friends of the Union in the Mast. Situated apartfrom the clamor and haste of the conflict now threatening the Union, our citizens enjoy a clear telescopic knowledge of the inestimable blessings radiating from the federal compact. They remember at what cost that compact was formed and maintained. The foundations of our own progress are built upon intellect and enterprise drawn *lrom every part of tiie United States. We should therefore have no part in tint wild madness that would rend the Union, but by our loyal action strive p> hind closer the tie between ourselves and our patriotic brethcren of the Atlantic States who are battling so nobly for the preservation of our common country. ( ahlornia believes that the South has no just cause to place herself in a be...

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War DctniN, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

War Details \Vi!sii'.!.2;!o;i, Sept. '2<Klt.—A recent order o£ Con. Mc('lelland declares t!>.: firin.tr on ;ui enemy's pickets, unlcsui il bi'rotycs necessary to prevent an advance, t;i return a fire commenced by them. as contrary to the usages oi' civilized nations. Tii!* .Navy Department lias r<'ciived dispatched from Flag.oflicer Stribling of the Kasf India Squadron, who says Cochin China is at war with the French,, who h;\ve a considerable portion of the country, and are preparing for a vigorous campaign. To-day is the day fixed upon l»y the Richmond papers for the advance olj Beauregard upon Washington, but there was 110 sign up to noon to-day, of such a movement. The position of the two armies were unchanged. The picket guard of the rebel forces near the Chain Hridge have been re-in-forced. A detachment of Federal troops yesterday confiscated 10 head of cattle '•■••longing to the rebels, near Louisville Virginia. The proprietors of the National...

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ffec fo mli. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

The Tomb Died on the 4th inst. Ida Isabella, infant daughter of Wm. F. and Mary E. Mc alister, aged 8 months and 1 day.

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C j i ti «V 2 b. «i C 2 A L. • [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

COMMERCIAL S.iN I'iMNCJSrO MUCKS. i'vitluy Kvcu'.ng, Oct. 4th I'i.lH'lt. O'j 00'O/C 2"> \Y it MA I . 1 40;'(il .00 K'i, i) vis, 1 0." a. 1 10 '!a N. 15 22<fi i(> J2. v oux, 1 i] i t* 1 ;>'•.) il::\Ns, ~)'n Be; i'iitatoks, 1 12 a 1 OxiO.NS, lie (Jrnn v 17fVi 20c.* iirri'Kit, (22fi";5;>c Oregon. l(><a2/3' Isthmus, 3.xrt":;174 Citrr.sK, California, 12^'alvV i i.icon 1 Tn 16 Hams, California, IG'nlT I'Dui-., 22 23 50 li ay, 10 00 «a 2 00

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SPEC SAL N'OTICES.' [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES Si'kcjai. V'iT!!'!:.—The best purifier of tli? I'ld.xl—Hall's Sarsaparilla. Oi.d Mvonoi.ia Whisky.—This pure arI of whisky, imported only byS, Shaw hr.s iv.' Cii Inline tht» ( 'alifornia pfiWix- l'or the la.-t ten year.-;, and its already large and constantly liiMva-iiig sales warrants the conclusion that it is the purest article of liqeior and. (lie h".-t. whisky ever sold. The character and standing of tlie Kastern House, who solely devote themselves to manufacture and »aies of ov V two millions gallons of this article per year, are a guarantee of its merits. Sctiui-.ntnt's I'ri.r ash Ukuiiixu Dki-ot, — The entire four story building 100 San.iniie street near Sacramento, is now occuTiii',l ns Schreiher's Great I'ulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on teis coast. I'arties in the Interior ordering liedding need only funvi-h the size and about the weight. which tan be forwarded as v. .-!'. as though they were present, by express or otherwise. Also an...

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SM: nkhvicu. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 October 1861

DIVINE SERVICE. Tin H"v, 11, IKJfcrt will nroiieh on_ to morrow, <-U. it' - o'n'k, 1\ M., iunli»t 7 '*< 11,I 1 , M. 'I'll' 1 jnjlili" m invl' "J uUcjhl.

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