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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

SPECiAL NOTICES. Fail's 11 vI it Hestohativk.—This is entirely a home production and has been before the public for the last five years. It needs but a trial to convince al' of its meritsOriginal ccrtefieate of hundreds in this State are in the poessession of the responsable house of lieddington & Co. See Adv. —has long been endorsed by tlie medical faculity as a mild, safe and efl'eeve aperiet alternative*. To extend its usefulness, all the scientilic appliances of modern chemistry have been put in requi-tion by Messrs. Sands to obtain a pure cntract of its medicinal properties, Combining therewi h vegetable produces, tin y are enabled wi-.h confidence to n'f r to the public a sure Hid certain remedy for all diea es arising from impurity of the blojd, or derangnient of the biliary functions. Speciat. Xotiii..—The b'>t purifier of the liloo.l—Hall's Sareaparilla. Oi.n M\t;\or.i.\ Whisky.—Th's pu-e archie of whisky, imported only by S. ('. Shawhas been b fore t...

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ssUnn Connt|i Jgiuual. San Rafael, November 10,1881. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

ssUnn Connt |i Jgiuual. San Rafael, November 10,1881. Aurested. —Constable Vanderbilt arrived u town on Sunday night last with two men chaiged with having participated in hanging of an Italian, at Tomales, two or three weeks since. We und that there is one more, concerned in this arFair, yet at large. County Court.—Putsui.it to adjournment, tlis County Court will in jet oil Monday next. The Piobate Court will also nold its sessions on the same day. School Examination. — The examination of the pupils of Xovato School, under the charge of Miss Williams, came off on \\ ednesday last, and we are informed that they acquitted themselves creditably. llbcaptuiik. —A State Prison convict, who rejoices in the name of "Wabash Dan," escaped from Sen Quentin on Saturday last but was recaptured on Monday at A\ hitc's Ranch. In Luck.—Some two months ago we laid a wage' of a hat with our friend Clock, (who keeps all sorts of trinkets on hand, a tin whistle up to a cooking-stove.) on the movements o...

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(Uosii'i. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

(Uosii'i. Hon. E. W. MuK nst.-y J;'(-go. Mondavi'. Touc'"rv c'Kevs. Th's is an ejec ine.it M ,: i brought by ibe plel.n'rf to eject uie iVeiu\ it • om i> yo tion o" the "llo'sa de Tbnia'es ll.'.icho;" t. c goac'iiess of we'e'a grant i-> now ptmc'irg. uponi;ical, befoie i !e U. S. Bi"v ( e«U'Coi*u at Wash'.'gton. Th's su'c >, - i»sbtou-.et uede- a su'.ttfo, of this Sii'-e, p'low'ng theci.uniants of .Sppnisli gian-s to ira'ii'a'n cjectmcnt suits a ier the contii 111 pvion of the same- bv the U.' ied StaiO-. Di.strct Coi'.i v. The jury letv. .led a ve-dict for the d '"eiu'a 't. Webb c.v LaG;ange. —A deciee of fo'clo-su-e g' anted. Woodson kh McCuno.—Ejeclmcn f ; judgment ? ov dc"emV»nv. The balance of the cplondav was laid over unt'l the next Ten'. Ti<c Court adjourned on Thursday.

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War E>etaj's. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

War E>etaj's. ]5Y TKT.KG HAITI. (iu'xt.t, lr„ Xov. 9. A dispatch f'om Fortress Monroe to; the New York Doll-/ T'.am, says: Ouv! licet is bombarding Port Royal, which is said to be in a c •it'cal position, and ready to swrendo*. Governor Gamble, of Missou' I '. has been promUcd from Washington all the aid he needs. The Feilral Government will equip all the soldiers he will raise. The rebels nve leaving the Potomac and going South. The troops from Cairo have gamed a glorious victory at Belmont, over ihe forces of Gen. Cheatham. We captured one hundred and thirty prisoners, and twelve cannon. Our killed was only one hundred, while the enemy's loss was very great. J'rices mail force has! I been found forty miles south of SpvuigiieM, planting a••t'Ue' v. Xov. 11. The steamc S. /'. S'la./I--■lr.i-t, avrived at Fortress Monroe yesterday, wiih '.lie oOth. Indiana Regiment, which had, recently a fight with the rebels on the Xo''th Carolina Coast, and retreated to IlatLeras. A unio...

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Lixit oJ' liCltet'M [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

List of Letters Remaining in Wells, Fargo & Co's office in San Rafael, Nov. 'Jth : Adams, Robt. ■ Ashbrook, V. Atwell, Thomas E. Rardlcy, Seiior Don Thomas M. Dogherty, Joseph Ewing, A. D. Fuller, Mrs. Margaret E. lienrv, John Johnson, Charley—2 Kane, Geo. C. King, Mrs. Robert S. Lewis, Thos. IJ.—2 Mcireing. Herman Monier, Mous. Francois Person, W. B Parker, Charles Readon, J. Swain, Dr. H. P. Simpson, Andrew J.—2 Smith, James Teramc, M. Pipinski, P. Ross, Jas. E. W. CIIAPIN, nov 9 Agent.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

Settle Up! Settle Up!! jrnllE subscriber intending to leave for the ! L Atlantic States on or about the Ist of | Dec'r. next, hereby notifies all persons indebted to him to call and settle their accounts before said date. A strict compliance with this notice is requested. Xov 9 E. W. CIIA PIN. Pulu ! Pulu!! Pulu!!! J UST arrived ex Bark "Comet;" from the Sandwich Islands, a large invoice of Superior Pry Pulu.. in fine order, of the Spring crop. For sale in quantities to suit purchasers, at SCHREIBER'S Pulu and Bedding Depot, No. 406 SANSOME STREET, Three doors North of Sacramento street, aug 17 —3in S.vn Francisco. LINDSEY'S PLACE SAN RAFAEL. I rr The latest Pony News can | be found at this house. ( ' ) TIIE ONLY HOUSE IX TOWX < > "WHERE YOU CAN (JET A < GOOD GLASS OF \ li S 11 V O R . > s'.c Etsstfi a trial. S V_. . ... .. _ „ aG-ly ) ~ BALES ofXo. 1 X. O. MOSS in 1*) small hales, at wholesale and retail, at -OtIREIHER'S Pulu and Bedding ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

BROOKLYN HOTEL, CORNER OF BROADWAY AND SANSOME STS., SAN FRANCISCO. THE Proprietor of this well known and old established house is still at his old tricks —feeding the public for the low sum of six dollars per week, and the cry is "Still they come!" This Hotel was established in '1852, and the proprietor proudly appeals to its well-known reputation, and at the same time pledges himself to use every endeavor to add to the comfort and convenience of his guests. The Brooklyn Hotel WAGON will always be ready on the wharf on the arival of the steamers, to convey pascngers and their baggage to the House, free of charge. To prevent imposition, be positive and sec that BROOKLYN HOTEL is painted in large letters on the sides of the wagon. Board, per day, $1,00, " per week, 4,00, Meals, 50, Lodgings per week, $2 to $4, Single Rooms, 60. JOHN KELLEY, JR.. oct s—3m Proprietor. FREEMAN It SIMPSON OLD Magnolia Wlii«liy. The consumption and constantly increasing demand for the Old magnolia W Ill's...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

GROVER & BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY Sewing Machines At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced PrWes!! At Greatly Reduced Prices ! !! $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. $60 AND UPWARD. 25 per cent Discount! < 25 per cent Discount! ! 25 per cent Discount!!! FROM Ol'R 1' OR ML It PRICES The great success attending the introduction of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (a* in all others) ha* prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties 11 endeavor to force upon the public, certain, so called Cheng* llacliincs, which, either by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defect's, have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT /.S OCR liE TERM ISA TION TO SUPPLY A COOD MACHINE ATA LOW PRICE, that the purcha-ev may, as past instances experience in the purchase of the mis-nanted "('heap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. THE WORLDWIDE REPUTATION # 01' tiib ~ CROVEF? & BAKER SEW ISU .TB \ r;s, ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

Dr. J. C. YOUNG, Late Professor of the University of Pennsylvania, can be found at his private Medical Oflfice and Hospital, No. 751 Clay Street, Opposite the S. \V. comer of the Plaza, < SAN FRANCISCO. WIIKUF. he can 1) ■ con-id'ed privately, i anil with th .• utmo.t conlid. nee by the ■ atllieted, at all hours d uly, from 'J a. m. to , 8 P. M. Du. Yorxo a 1 liv those who arc iu.T.t- ] in-» under tlu a die'ion of private di-ea-e, whether arising from impure connection or , the terrible viJe of self-alms.-. Devoting hi- ; entire time to that particular branch ot th - . medical profession, he feels warranted in c,i*.vit vNTKr.iNd v citm: i\ am. c \s;:s,whethei of long standing or recently ron raeteil, entirely removing tlu dregs of di-ease from the system, and making a perfect and permanent CU '. He would call th" att -ntioii of the ulllictcd .Oth.- f.i-c of His long -voiding and wcllc.i H'.'.lrcputa'ion. firui '"ing -u.liei nt a--u--vauee of hi< .-kill and -u. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

Mercury in no form enters info the. remedies allotted b;/ J>r. I—Mercury litis been named not inaptly "The Curse of Man," a-, und '.'the treacherous garb of a restorer, it 'bequeaths the most terrible disease. We do 'not see it at once, but, hidden at hidden beneath the fair surface, it poi-ons the blood, | destroys the nervous and muscular system, preventing the actions of the joints, and rendering wretth'-d, under the name of l heunia- 1 ti-m, the life of th" sufferer. "The remedy, is worse than the disca-e," as niitiiy a poor crippl -d, miserable tooth!" -wretch will -ay,i while po'iitlng to his d cayed jaws nud ulcerous gums, li e tells of i*< ravages—or at his swoll u joint • and body marked with purple or 1 atlen-colon-d -ores which speak of lii - pa-ns, and again at liis'impaired, iit ixi.ii dig •-•-on, which tells of wretched days and -I, ple-s nights. Y an ago. Dr. Young saw that evil, and humanity pointed the road he should take. Car t'ul study an 1 e...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

MARIN HOTEL, SAN RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, m 23 tf PROPRIETOR. "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." 1 rplli: public arc cheerfully invito.l to try u 1. newly discovered b known a. 14 CHAPO COGEC-TAIL. 5 ' 1 hi; drink is compel cd of various heal' by simples —ptci-luccs app l . ii; .' —streng'lnns (lie stomach, and ha* a delicious flavor. Sold only at "TOitltFS EXCIIAXIiF," No 71'J Commercial Street, San Franci-co. Ay 3 3 o . .i H pone en conoeimiento d 1 publico un 0 liuevo desetibrimento d 1 nujor I.icondel inuudo, conocido con cl nombre dc -CIlAl'O COCK-TKIL.".^I F.ste licoi* eompuesto dc simples muv salde.hlc-; abre cl apetito esdiuretico, estomaeal v ti nc tin gusto snmaincntc agradulile. Sc vend'.' sohnuente en la establecimien'o il:- Tonitr.s F.xchanoi., (.'alio Commercial, No 710, San Fi'a'nei co. je'2'J—ti ry r\ p p n Q ? ] u ii 11 h >> i r v Ps n n m f* r 3 h h tii M v hr, : i/a ti L! l J L'J Ltj 5 Na. 716 Commercial Street., Opposite the National Theatre. SA:3 FHAWC2SC...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

WW. W." Justicc of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortif.iees, Leases, Powers of Attorney, und taking the' thereto Justices of the Peace are authorized by law lo take t'le jirool' or aeknowledsement of every . onv yanc" all'c-ting any real i'. e-tate ' ••:.•>•: y Iv. i:l,in their projier C'lti-.'t-y. S' rtn Wood's DUrest, p. 100, >'• i. Also, iii 'ak ' and . ii ifv tli'.'.iicknowl. du:e- . t'V nt of a ;.;ai ri d woman to anv such con- „ veyan ■•' of • id e -ate; Wood's J)i<r««t, p 102, i see. 21. Oil!, , Court Iloitse llnilclin«, San ~ oer 12—ly •J \ £2. .S.jJvO'.V-Ht*, *'l!) K 'iiniev -t., cor. 1/ Conimt icia l ,- San F ranci-co, Physician and Op.-luting Suru tin, Member of the a Uoyal College of London and Edinburgh, l (iia.luate of the I'niv. r.-ities of London Sand Ediii' iirg, iir-t Prizes for Anatomy and Chemistry, and Second for Medical Juri-pru-dence for the above named Cnive sities, Ilon- " orary Physicians to th...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 16 November 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, "th Judicial District* Hon. E. W. McKinstry, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Frink, j Judges A". Xuckolth, ){. Welch, Associate ■. Meets on the Ist Monday i'u Fcb'y.« Mav, August and November. ! • <" U'NTY COUlt'l* ANI) PROBATE V'OUltT. Meets at the same time as Court of SesMons. ; BOARD OF SUPERVISOItS.—Meets 011 the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. ' E licures and Hungry Men. ; .'2 «G • TAB 3 EC !!•: II IS OTKL! 1 .laao. Payne& CCtas.F.llall# ' rrlaE subscribers having leased the large JL and commodious building built by D. ll# ' (iifl'ord, esq., would respectfully imform ' ii ir fji: lid. and the public generally, that ' iwing *o rh;' demand for a good house of "i •nM 'iiinnient, tluy have'been induced t» ' i open the above named Hotel. Parties wish-' iing to spend a few days pleasantly in the country will find this' ocalitv unequalled.—• (ireat facili...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 November 1861

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN GO. CAL. SATURDAY, NOV'II. 23, 1861. NO 36

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l uaiwif. Music or Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 November 1861

l uaiwif. Music or Nature. Xo, nothing is without it. The most unwotcd tiling Has music in its motion, Or else a voice to sin;;. "The first wild bird that drinks the dew From violets of spring, lias music in its voice, and in The fluttering of its wing." There's music in the cataract That rr.shts from the steep, When it leaves®ts mountain home And mingles with the deep. The calai waves, they have music sweet, There's music where they roar;, I Yet sweeter still tluy music have When they lash the rocky shore. There's music in the genial shower That wets the heated sod; There's mu>ic throughout all the earth— The limbic of her God. There's music in the breeze of morn, That rallies o'er the lake, And from the dawev sleeping flowers, Their morning fragrance take. There's music in the Autumn leaf That quivers on the tree; Sweet music hath the kind sun-flower NVhil • yielding to the bee. The whirlwind Inn a sublime strain, And makes the elm nod, — "fis the music of the elements,...

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– H '■ TJiP:'" ui'c No:::e !!iiiig>« (hat It?<>»<!}' ( »uuot do. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 November 1861

- H '■ TJiP:'" ui'c No:::e !!iiiig&amp;gt;« (hat It?&amp;lt;&amp;gt;»&amp;lt;!}' ( »uuot do. i It can never restore the relinquished : !;c»i»es which liavt? been blasted. It cannot give happiness to the wicked. It !:nay place him i:i '.lie heights of society, or it may keep him 'here for a time, but it can do nothing to lighten the owner's | conscience. Money cannot rcsterc doI parted honor, nor banish the remorse 'which Clod's widom lias set to punish ;wrongs. It "cannot hlaz.cn evil deeds, 'nor consecrate a crime." It cannot confer learning, nur the et&amp;lt; rnal principle of 'honor, wit;.o il which there can be no self-respect, ttJi 1 without self-respect the own: r of untold millions is a greater object ofpi' v than t h ■ poor man. How to (Ji:i Ai.omj.—We have sug.;i&amp;gt;sti )in to off. r, which will fa:.!;! ■ our readers to g. t through life i■ i the easiest tiunn r. If a bae has J!h&amp;lt;* and icity to sh ath its sting in your icu!i■ !t&a...

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