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Hall's Sarsparilla, Yellow Dock AND IDOIDK OF POTASS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
Hall's Sarsparilla, Yellow Dock AND IDOIDK OF POTASS. Is purely represented, and mad'.'in strict accordance with pharmaceutical formula, and is strictly guaranteed from Spirits; Mercury and arsenic, which cannot l&gt;e said of any! other known preparation of Ps kind. A- a •good and reliable tonic alterative, it is unequalled. It quickly removes from tJic system all morbid and impure matter., nrTcury: "lead and arsenic. For all chronic di-'avs 1 there is no other remedy extant that .'» ///,(it dors cure, Rheumatism, Scrofula Old Sores,! Salt ltheum, Gout, Lumbago, Pimple* on the, face and body, Neuralgia, Pains in the joints Chronic sore Eyes, Spring Fever, Indigestion, Liver Complaint, and diseases ari -nig from an impure state of the blood, Skin Kidneys, •as quick and sure, as H u.i.'s Sarsaparilla, I Ycllowdoek and lodide of poM-s. For sale, everywhere, for One Dolalr; six 1 Bottles sent by express to unv address for Five Dollars. The Purifier of the lilood, Hall's Sar- ; ...
j fIIARSSft JOURNAL T •Vj OBOV F IC E.f [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
MARIN JOURNAL JOB OFFICE •\ ) Tru: Proprietor would respectfully /' t j inform the public that he his now I /• prepared to execute all kinds of Job ;V •Yy L'rinting, such as (, /*. [:) , K Jl'tmijilU, •Vj jPtcfpauunrt, , (/ » '}.) (■ i'n'ii/riii, (\' •V ' fciiu/i, y l' t.y •V $«!!-&gt; "I I'-'i!') t ■ J'tCtf, ' ' \ •\) l!rrr : 'i i' ■yj itnlrL), (r. S Vln a style inferior to none, and at | «? Yshort notice. «»4&gt;
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
Mor.uixc; .v Skcksu Kiintm.—Orpheus ('. Kerr, writes how lie refreshed himself overhauling a rebel across the river, and finished off with taking the oath; This is a fine time, my boy, when it is the duly of every American citizen to make himself into a committee ol safety, for (he good of the republic,and make traitors smell the particular thunder of national vengeance. The eagle, my boy, has spread hi.-s sanguinary wings for a descent, upon the bantams of secession; and if we permit his sublime pinions to be burthened with the shackles of domestic sedition, we are guilty of that which we do, and arc otherwise liable to the charge of committing that,, which wo perform. These thoughts came to me yesterday, after I had taken the oath six times, and so overpowered me that 1 again took the oath with a straw in it, Just then it struck me that the Daily "Union," published near Alexandria, ought to be suppressed for its treason: and I immediately started for the office, with an intention ...
rcßda. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
rcßda. For Uie Journal. ltY BIST lilt MAY. ' 'Twas midnight bright, and cheery The moon shone clear above, "When Fcgela lone and weary, Watched the coming of her love. Her dark hair hung in tresses light, Upon her neck of "snow, Iler flowing robes of purest white, Were sweeping to and fro, Caught by the breezes, as tliev played Around the lair and lovely maid. J.o! in the distance lie appears Upon a snow-white steed, Fcgela cr.lms her "ee.\"», And wishes him good .-peed, lie comes—he ehi-p&lt; her to l;is heart, And dries the glist'imig tear, Hi-) promise v—true fai'h.—they part, Jlvit li.t! what el&gt;e is near : Naught—'twas the wind among the: Or 'nioug'st the i\y's rustling leaves. She sees the war-stcd of her Knight Dart swh'.ly 011 its way, Again one look—he's out of tight, She turns to we°p —'tis day; She geiely ope's the folded door, And lightly 011 her feet Enters—falls upon the floor, And to'os herself to sleep; Thus passed the day in woe. and grief "While ...
Oi'ig;iu of ttod ESyusrat. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
Oi'ig;iu of ttod ESyusrat. Danehet, the French , tolls us that I [yniPii was a young nbui of Athcn.obscbrely born, but &lt;■:. uely handsome. Failing iii love Vi lili a lady of rank, lie di.s;, - u: .ed himseli :;i female attire, the bo l .ier to -y on i;is amou.; and, as he \v; s one day o.i l • -usnorc celebrating ti.a r«l-*n.-i;ii: .1 /iles v.'ilii his nii.iiiv-.-i and her female companions, a gang of p '"a. noon tlieni by surpri -a, and &lt; trri;d them oii' io a distant island, \v.: -re the pirales go:, drunk for joy, ;nd iV-11 a&gt;lea &gt;. Jlvinen (hen arni'd 1 • i«* \ • 'gin -, anddo.-&gt;pa(ehed the sleepingpirate.--: v,':&lt; 11, leaving the two women 011 tin- i.-land, he sped to Athens, told hi adventure, a.id demanded his belovcd in marriage as her ransom. His r"(:! 1' 'st was granted; and so fortunate was liic marriage, 111 a' the name of 11 v.non was ever after invoked 011 :'U future nuptials; and in progress of time tli...
IFayti cr St. Romiwj;c. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
IFayti cr St. Romiwj;c. As much political interest centers upon this island just now, in consequence of the late attempt of Spain to take possession and annex the eastern or Dominican part to its flag, a brief summary of its history may be interesting. It is erroneously thought by many that Hayti and St.Domingo are different islands, when, in fact they are only the eastern and western tliv! dons of the: ante island. Columbus discovered this i bind in 1 *192, and named it Kpar.ola (i'bpaniola), and hero ibudcd the first Spanish colony ever made i:i An;, vlrr. it was thought bv tl:setth rs [:&gt; i • earthly IVadise. a: tl ev&lt; 1 new it 'wuH bi (iiftieult to iind r; i.Vi : lean- ad land, having a line el'mate a•.l .&gt; ■■ ' f unusual riehncs ■, adapted to culture ol every tropical fruit and ihnv.- r. Its inhabitants were a happy, «!•• •"*'•• ■ '• vrho believed in God. but we,a- i luferioi deities called '/.&lt;•,,■&lt; . ih.it ,'a.e.. 1 innoc...
Yankee ('onrtiiliip. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
Yankee ('onrtiiliip. Cottagi/by the hillside— Time, nigh unto dark; Dorothy beside the fire, Waiting fov her spark. Old man bv the chimney Heading l'oton paper; Old lady m ar the table, Making Sal at ; ;)", or Some other peculiar ki.d «f a garment. cry cold w lihout, and A\ ind a vbri ':in". r —howling; Owls Up In til die' ;; d, Out, i, . ;• :o',.ling, Ka;i, ti ) • • .c 1 c n door— I'":'-. • ! &lt; k i)l. a -ant, "Jo:i:'.h 1" v.' : -i)"rs sly; "Dot !•: ■ 't Or cl c j-ome I' !' r ■' 1 don't want to see." 1 )nor i op- ! — ".Tona'han! Why, now, Inn' dit ye dur" ••W'. 11, 1). D.hl'm pmty well, - -in' I'ow : ■' - ynii." Old in i to i ).'&lt; reading, Old 1 idy »;11i.&gt; tin- sewing: l!ii h iviiii!. ;&lt;&gt; Jon;.than— ••Will now how i's blowing, There's going :&lt;) ')•• . omi' tali wuathcr, yet, I . u COW Salutation-* over, Jonathan's mum; Wishes over sundry times That h • v,"a&gt; to limn. t lldj'ol! in',' -lcepy, to in-, i ; 1 ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
C9ML E II OWN!! i G-O TO TIIE IyVCPTC !']•:&gt;! I'KUAXCK HOUSE. Nos j ;' •i I if l'licitic Street, bi-twmi Front and . : ~ 1 ' luxury funri lw&lt;l. P;.£ASE NOTBCE ! ! BOASSB), IV a- Week.. is£•*, #1,00 ii " Jleal*, 23 «*&lt;*•. a 27 ly W-M. F. MI.II.IX&gt;TI-.R, J C. fry. Vj 1 55 , Hoot &amp;- ,S»lioc fthlici", ALT. bimnewi in Ins linf nttm&lt;l&lt;'(lto, . anil promptly executed nt low rate &gt;72 2 in 24 tf
Tlj« l.htto S'oiikl ?';» j>. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
Tlj« l.htto S'oiikl ?';» j&gt;. In onr next number we wi l ' m l *-'i the o.iiaion of the Strr/nc Co.! •: r - 'inandiag ttils fo-. .n iot'i" • 1 l-al. Tlie j'.idge ?•! d'"'"' dto ;•• y ' rjucsiioa of pprHnse of ■ I !•; the Go\ermnc.it. aid, i.' n fo.; ' .should be shown, it wor'd aee.n : the coi"se of the l.Vicd S: '• is v.- y .s'tnplc, v'z: pay the o'.Vii n r o" the la :•&gt;[ 1 the amount pureed o.i r &lt; the p'ie . It appeals to rs I• i:■ t p'-ojee! o" the Government in for:'f 'ag •- Lour lias been uouec a iiy d 1 y Congress pasi.eil a l:nv M: : a 3d ! ppprop ia*'ng $300.1)00 for th- p,-r--cnr.se of th's lavd and com men*-* !-;• ilie erection of defensive wo l;s. The o,\ncr has a 1 ways bee a w' ,:v, g 'o &lt; &gt; iv a title, aid we CtV: ;'i v r J • ' —ison to si'sncct !l:at some - !••■,&gt;i!- ' and lobby membe'-s who. :'o- y&lt;-.have intslcdthe balls of gore •; n- &gt;~ having . failed in their black-ma'^Ve ■;&a...
iVeivs of flin Week. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
iVeivs of flin Week. On Thursday telegraphic communication was opened with the East, end daily dispatches from the seat of war may now he expected. No important events have transpired in the army movements during the past week. Cameron has been to Missouri for the pqrpose of i'lspec'hig the Military Department of the West, and has brought Fremont to a rigid accountability for his enormous e.\oendijots.— •There lias boon a number of skirmishes i'i Mi.-so«fi to the manifest advantage oftlie Fn'on ultimately; also, a small Inaval engagement at the mouth of the Ml •si.-j.-.lppi, with some litilc advantage j'otlie rebels. Several of the Confederate vessels had been eapt;rc&lt;i and burned The report that a ve-' 1 aa.l run t'.i? blockade nt Ch; I • to a with es»Seft lor . S!" I II and M o.in;i boe.'ai a- ml ■- inters to England and Franco is cohsid« •er". ; difib.l'ul. The vb I l&gt;V'.'."i"s on !'.i &gt;nv - annoy ll::* s!eam&lt; plying Ah": F ' "'l troops...
it'lit ?. i;iv. . [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
it'lit ?. i;iv. . A ■ !'iaa-. &lt;i:i ■. • ' H, liy ICv. 1.. !.•&gt; i ■,! .'ton .!&gt; )•! .Jane O'Connor, Til'.' n.mvn noi'c.! upheaved in last 'wt.'vlCa i-.-tso ]):ui i'd I'ke til*y oilier Hi::' ; • »i(j. : cc*. Wo did not lake noli -co:' l iH' m'stake imt'l Timotliy ]ivoj;Os; (i [.; at WO sli()l'l(l "smile" W'til lillil jU'i'i: no'.'le of ••liculsick,"' wliieh ar(•(.ul ■■' for its )•&lt;&gt;;• tmcjuance. Wi 11. ik&gt; c's to yoi' —and rain' you find t : r 1 :;i-". - i"d Sta-.e i 1);■ t yoll a•i.iriji:!'
CO iVi MERC SAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
CO iVi MERC SAL. S.!x ru.ixcisco I'IJICKS. Friday liven lap;, Oct. 2-3 th i'l.OLTt, $(&gt; 0(1 f/ (i 2") Win: at, 1 A'ra 1 .V) !J.vi:i.i;v, 80-aS.j ;)ais, l oo &lt;11 to !: 'AN, 15 2-2 n It) 22 , &gt;i:N, 1 37K1 1 ")0 ■ O o-Sc ;'o r.\To;:s, 1 12 a 1 2o Omuns 1 ft. 1c (jr.NN\ 11 a(; s, 17 « 20c California, 22 a UJJc '• Oregon, 1(!«2'&gt; " Isthmus, u.j'aoT.i On I, California, 12.va1.j ilu on 1 ! &lt;/ 1') i i.\ : is, California, 1 (J &lt;i 1 7 :i, 22 oO «-2."i ,'A) :' \v, 10 OO'tt 12 00
CPECJAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
CPECJAL NOTICES. &gt; JCo-ut . —l&gt; --t pit rittcr of ioii.l—llnll's Sarsapai'illa* ') i M\i.\n: r v W'::i :v.—ThU jmr&lt;* nrv. ioijiti ' 'i! &lt;il:ly byS. ('. Slinw .1 I) '..iv til ('::l'fo! :r i publir lor the ,i , !i!id i*&lt; uhciay Im u'f ninlcoii-iii-f i in &gt;lil •• willTiil.N tlic coix lii- : tli • piii"--' ;• ft i&lt;-lc &lt;. f 1 i&lt; 11 ui j- am I • ii. v. !,;•!.v &lt; v.-r -old. 'i'li.. «-i;iinic' r . f nf til' l I'l.L-t I II lion- &lt;•, . Ill) iv vu". tii' in-. I'. ■- to iii:iMi|&lt;ii('liilc unit . ./I' «»v&lt; r two Million&lt; of tiii&gt; nr. ii/ jin' ycur, iiro a giiiuwitce of iu unfit*. SCHREIBER'S PULU AND BEDDING Depot. —The entire four story building -100 (Sansome street near Sacranun'o, is now oceu; pied ns Sehreibcr's Great l'ulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on this coast. Parties ill the Interior ordering I'eddhig...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
rpIIK Co-Pa? nerhip he:e.ofote ex ! - •ig JL heaven Ihvterti-ld fcllwehartl is tills dr.v dissolved bv mitTr 1 con it. tK; ID h, 'lit' 11. IiUT'LKUr'KLI). 'SVsicCcr. KNOW all men by llv a ivesents that T. ( yuth'a A. ].••. r&lt; of .lie Com - y of Marin end Sta'e oi'(. the w' 'e of Serb l.avkhis of '.he r-anie place. do hereby make known and d"clave that it is my in. enion to &gt;. &gt;rry on end trail act bu.-Mie-s in my own name and on my own tvvounf as sole tvetler, in pn-' a-an.- ■ of rn act of the l/-".vis-latr.re oi' the •" of bnr.:», tn a'.ei!— '•Ait A' to author! ;aamad -women to Tr'd • -. i'iv&gt;vo\ "i Aw " 'J'.h. A. I'.. IS-V2." A ell ': ' i' • hir id ■ - wi'l ' ';«&gt; b:; In- - - «u" 1'; S'oi.kaad Povl-!-y r;r : :&gt;.g end Da' lai to h ' (P'l'ied on fio'U aad a.'.'i'' '.t &lt;; wi'hhi" si'hl county of M n'n. and 'V ! ■ aaa't of c pttul iuvev di l ■ ■■■■ •,&lt; »?-»-• 4 '!.) "Creed the Mini of Five Thou-an ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
WM. S. HUGHES, Justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortens; '•&gt;, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgment* thereto *„* Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or aeknouledg - merit of every eonv. vance affecting any :• al este.te convoyed wi'hin tlvir proper county. See Statute, Wood's Dig-st. p. 100, • see. Also, may take and certify tli - ucknowldgement of a marrial woman to any such conveyance of r"iil c state; Wood'- D'ge-t, p 1!).'. see. 21. OiHee, Court 1 lull ding. Sen ocr ! 2—ly 051, B.RrtJ'.vatt, 019 Kearney -t., (Vim.i rc'i 1 , San Francisco, I'hy-iciin and ()p'»r:i!ln.; Surtr'on, M '.lib r of t'le Royal Coll.-ge of Liyulon and Edinburgh, Graduate of the I'niv. i\-I'ics of London and Edinburg. ilr-t Pri/ - for Ant'omy and' Chemistry, and Second for Medical Juri-pin-deneefortlieabove named I'niv • -i ■ . lloii-| orary Physi'ian- to the Kdinbttrg Lying-in-Hospital, and Snrgeoe to Olnsgow Loc...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 October 1861
List of Letters Remaining in Wells, Fargo &amp; Co's office in San Rafael, Oct. 10th : Ashbrook, V. Atwell, Thomas E. llardl'ty, S nor Don Thomas M. ! ])og'; "Iv, Joseph Kwin ( g. A. I). ; ]'tiller,. Mrs. K. (Jrec-vv, I'at ic Mc. Henry, ■)&lt; an Johii;'f)t&gt;, Cltttrley—2 Kane, Cieo. (,'. King, Mrs. Hubert S. Lewis, Taos. 1).—2 M In lug, Herman Monicr, Afous. Francois Person, \Y. 11 Parker, Cliarlcs Simps Andrew J.—2 Smith, .lames Terame, M. Pinin.O.uP. 11 OSS, .] as. Also, a package of money for f'ltns. 11. Joimson. Jh W. CTIAI'IX, oet 12 Agent. to ,diA'„il) ;•";•••: 'A f-.- - &lt;•«. iae o: e ; .i ■ • i'„, • i d,&gt; To- . •: •&lt; or S-i A • '•! &lt; v. e .e \ i " f^"' 1 ■ ' tg •o'li\ y ' '' &gt;"(• to ■' ■ ■ / B-&gt; ~1 . ■ * . r ■ r»i.' " «t 10 o'i '■&gt; k, :• 1.1. f obe ( lin v.' h • p..--'. : *ld sp? -'tiee'ion :'(&gt; b'" n Ot oili'• •of iieComiyC' ri; of Me in ('nun ihirhig iie above ...