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i i'litjiv (/. i i For the Journal. Far from Home, and thee Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

i i'litjiv (/. i i For the Journal. Far from Home, and thee Mother. BY HISTEII MAY. The morning breaks upon me, and Sol doth sweetly smile, I gaze upon his beauty, but am thinking all the while— I Memory pressing on ny heart, reveals sad truths to me, I'm far from home, and thee Mother! far from home and tl:oo. The days pass on and still I sigh for e«"vy i n tan t joy, And I might ask.—but that I know your prayers are for your boy. Now —oh! well do I remember when I knelt besidi thy knee, I But, I'm far from home, and thee Mother ! far from home and dice. When evening with its silvery cloud, adosn yon nreh above I sit in painful reverie, and pine for thy fond love; I The subdued tiuili unto my soul comes whispering o'er the lea — I'm far from home, and thee Mother ! far from home and thee. I Then night with sleep's .sweet solace doth draw around my bed, Upon a downy pi'lovv I place my weary head; Thus wh'le sinking into slumber, I've visions fiir to see — Yet, I'm far from home, and...

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

Flowers. "Flowers are the alphab -t of angels, where-' with they write on hills, and vales, and plains, sac ed truths."- -Mrs. Child. A tas e for flowers seems almosf always a natural instinct of a noble nature. Persons (distinguished for learning and refinement, and poets, whose voices of melody have been wafted tous fvom former ago shave ever been! r I ■uthusii'stic admirers of flowers. Nature in all its forms of material and animated cxis- J jtenee, is radiant with beauty; but in the lio- j ral kingdom it appears in endless variety.— j |As a love of flowers is one of the most re-J lined sentiments which we possess, let rs in- j Idalge it to the u. no<t extent, whenever le -1 'sure or fortune gives us the means. j "Who doe-, not love a flow : | Irs hues are taken l'.oni the light ! Which summer's sun ilin;;- pure and bright, j In scattered and pri-nia ic hues, | That snide and shine in drooping dews; j Its •' agianee f'o.n the sweetest air— ! I s form from all that's li...

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JtEcssios'y'* DrcaiiUi [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

JtEcssios'y'* DrcaiiUi I _ _ _ I j She s;it alone (the envied mistress of] ryon splendid mansion.) with drooping; head, and weary, dreary look. Tni! jlips that, but a lew short hours before, 1 | were wreathed in rosy smiles, were) i white and pall'd: the eyes, whose bril-j jlianev were wont to pale the lustre of jher diamonds, now dimmed and heavy | j with unshed tear.!. •Surrounded by all the luxuries that j wealth could purchase, bright flowers j of rare, exotie growth seemed sprinjrjinjr into life b.-neath her feet; curtains, of rich crimson mellowed to soft radi-j ancethe golden sunlight; piles ofcriin-' json cushions, luxurious diavans of the] j.-ame rich color wooed k> voluptuous| [ease the weary frame, cosily mirrors ireflected her form on every side; painttings by rare old masters, graced the j walls; statuary, of exquisite workman-' 'ship, occupied each nook anil comer; 'everything that could gratify the e\ o please the taste was scattered arou | but all unheeded...

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(jiloaiiiuprs isi <»rsiv« Yards, [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

(jiloaiiiuprs isi &amp;lt;»rsiv« Yards, i —: — Titr.UK arc very few, if any, very eccentric inscriptions cm tombstones, in this country. In England, however, J tliev can bo found. | In the churchyard of Chigwell, Essex, is this one : "This disease you ne'er Irani 11 0:1— I &amp;lt;li"d of rutin;* too much n 1 in; | l!o carefcl, then, nil you i ! .1' t "d—l Suffered because 1. was too gre -ly." At Cheltenham is this warning: "Here lies I and niy tlir-' • daughters Killed by drinking I'lvl enfant waters; If we had stuck to Kp-oa. Suits, "We'd not be lying ia th h -re vaults.*' In SwafFham, Xorfo!!;, is this inscription: "Here lieth 0110, b'.'i v■ •• you can, Wht). tlio' an attorney, . t an honest m n. 'l'lic gates of heaven :-Vi'.l o . a wid", isut will bs sliut «•; tin .. , un.-.t all the t; i*. b. id"." And again: j "Ilere lipoid Fa'h -r &amp;lt; ii'.pes, who never ci i d sT-am -a t i j 'Twould wake liiui did he know you read bis • gratis." In Prince Edward's Island is t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

■V MASIN JOURNAL W 4'J 0B 0 F FIC E.f-j c|\ (\^\ A) T(ik Proprietor would respectfully * (&amp;gt; J. inform the public that he : s now c _ /J &amp;gt;repared to execute all kinds of Job;\, (•Vyl'iinaug, such as \t', /j; jta]l iS iPamjihlch, A") fflicyiammrS, C/-&amp;gt; y.) (rjiiculan, (,y &amp;amp; c\) $all=&amp;lt;§ickrh, H' 4 Jb $t//± of JFair, &amp;lt;P ffiucrijtii, ionic's, fr. J.;\ a style inferior to none, and at t j notice. ' jjjroftssiousl (farts. .i DAN !, T. TAYLOIL Notary Public § CoßTejancer. 1 DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES,! POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all o'her I.ECrAL IMKTMENTS, drawn with &amp;lt;!i&amp;lt;pn*eh. WEI'OSITIDXS t:»-, ken to i»r r, sei 5a all the. Onurts of thi*! K««. Examiner ofDeorts and SUA H-' CIIER &amp;lt;1F RK(',l)lil)S. Ivon fa-j tfliilin.r vAfa the ,'itliM of RE A L ESTATE in t*his county Mnce 'VjO. Clerk's OlKce. Sf;» Rafael. m 23 C&amp;gt;m | t. F. &amp;amp; J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at Law, No*. G &amp;am...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

During the past week the hews from has been of the most cheering character. The great naval victories a-' chieved by the Expedition that left Fortress Monroe on the 20th. of October last, in the capture of the rebel Forts at Port Royal and Beaufort,on the coast of South Carolina, and Pensacola in Flor-I ida, together with an immense amount! of munitions of war taken; and the activity and ability of the Federal forces! to hold and establish themselves at the neat of rebcldom, ha? been fully con- 1 firmed, and it has spread terror anddis-J may throghout the whole length and breadth of the bogus confederacy. These victories, together with the announcement of the return of North Carolina to her allegiance, and the rebels' in Accomac county, Virginia, in a body declaring for the Union, have revealed the truth of what has been generally believed by the best informed that a very extensive union feeling prevails among the peoble of the Southern States—that there arc union men enough in the ...

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War Details. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

War Details. BY TELEGRAPH. . New York, Nov. 21.—A letter from Ilatteras Inlet, dated 18th, »ays that North Car'olina liy Convention of delegates representing 45 counties, has established » Provisional Government, and has entirely repudiated the Secession Act of the State, rcaltirming her loyalty and devotion to the U. S. The Convention met at Hatteras on Monday. A special dispatch from Fortress Monroe, under date of Nov. 15th, says that Slldell and Mason were taken Irom the English mail jsteameron the Bth, olf Bermuda. Lieut. Fairfax and thirty-five aimed men went on board with five officers, and picked out the Commissioners. They made a feeble resistance, but were induced to le«ve. The commander of the Hteamer taved and swore, calling the United States officer a "piratical Yankee." The Tribune's special despatch from Washington of the 18lh savs: Gen. Dix states that ttie rebels in Accoonac have dispersed, but they may rally in Northampton. The Union men in Accomacare preparing Unio...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

. COJVI^EnCIAL. S.4X FIUXLTSOt) PIVICES. Friday Evening, Nov 29tli Fr.ouit, 8(&amp;gt; Qi)&amp;lt;a)7 00 , Wiik.VT, 1 7oki)l 90 I 15aiii.lv, 80'a)8o Oats, . 1 O.jral 10 jIJiiAX, lo 22fa,lG 22 ! C'onx, 1 oT'ri-1 50 Beaxs, .VaHc Potatoes, 1 12'21 2.3 i Onions, lfa)ljc Guxxy Bags, 17to-20c I Butter, California, 2&amp;lt;S.'&amp;lt;7,;i;ie " Oregon, lG'a)2s S " Isthmus, 35®:)7i i Cheese, California, 12£'o&amp;gt;15 | Bacon 1 I&amp;lt;al .5 J Hams, California, IG®l7 jl'ußK, 22 .10'(1/2.'5 50 Hay, 18 00 SPECiAL NOTICES. Special Xotick.—The host purifier of; the Wood—Hall's Sarsaparilla. j Old Maonoi.ia Whisky.— This pure article of whisky, imported only by S. C. Shaw ! lias been before the California public for the last ten years, and its already large and constantly increasing sales warrants the conclu j sion that it is the purest article of liquor and | the best whisky ever sold. The character | and standing of the Eastern House, who! solely devote themselves to ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

Fish's Hair llkstoiutivk.—This is entirely a home production nntl has been before the public for the last five years. It needs but a trial to convince al' of its merits. Original certeticate of hundreds in this State are in the poessession of the responsable house of lteddington &amp;amp; Co. See Adv. Saks apaki i.i.i a—has long been endorsed by the medical faeulity as a mild, safe and effective - aperiet alternative. To extend its use- f fulries-, all the scientific appliances of modern chemistry have been put in rcquistion by 'Messrs. Sands, to obtain a pufe extract of its medicinal properties. Combining therewill vegetable products, they are enabled with confidence to olf'jr to the ]&amp;gt;üblic a sure and certain remedy for all diseases arising from impurity of the blood, or derangment of the biliary functions. SUTILE IP. mIIOSE indebted to the firm of Block, JL Lcvv &amp;amp; Co., ore requested to come for-" wurd and settle ttieir account* before the Ist of January...

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Utarin County foujnal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

Utarin County foujnal. San Rafael, November SO, 1801. School Examination.—We were present at the examination of the pu_ pils of the San Rafael Institute last Wednesday, and were much pleased •with the manner in which the different classes acquitted themselves. This school has been in operation about two years, and there arc few if any, in the State of California better conducted, as is manifest by the rapid advancement of the pupils in their studies and general deportment. Thanksgiving.—We arc pleased to notice that Thanksgiving day was appropriately observed in our town last Thursday. Pleasant parties assembled At various residences in town and_eountry, ind discussd the luxuries of a bountiful Providence, under which the tables groaned. IIoBBERY AND ARSON. Oil Thui'Sdiy night the 14th inst., four men entered the cabin of Thomas Fern, 011 French Bar cannon, near the Stanislaus Viver, took what money he had and his fifle, then tied him and sci (ire to the pfemises, leaving him to per...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN* STEAMER PET ALUMA, -cje2l£SS£ Notice lo Cattle Drovers AXD iM\oaS':aco*. TIIIS steamer will touch daily at the whurl at Sun Quentin, on which there is no toll—and opposite the landing in San Eianci-i- -• co, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can be placed, free of charge, until the time specified in the ordinance to allow them • to be driven through the streets. [nov l(i L. BARNETT, Fruit and Variety Store, SAN RAFAEL. Tho boat Cigars, Chewing and SMOKING TOBACCO, cons nntly on hand. mil—tf._ ' Dissolution. rpIIH fio-I'urfnerslnn heretofore existing L between Payne &amp;amp; 11.ill, nt Olema, Marin County, is this day dissolved. Dated November 12tli, 18(11. inv 1 (i-'Jw CIIAS. F. IIALI..

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

! Ranch to be Sold or-Rented. ROSEDALiE, within two miles of jw* Sun Rafael, containing 375 acrcs, part of which is arable and enclosed, and the remainder good grass land. Handsome ffSn. House niul other suitable jJjThis is an excellent place f»v i)iiry I Cows and for Poultry, and wo i! i .1 ike a very comfortable home for an mdn.moua family." Terms moderate. For further information apply by letter at box No. 1772, Post Oißce, .San Francisco. ! 110 v IG—2w* 15M.ES of No. 1 N. (). MOSS in O small bales, at wholesale and retail, at SCIIREIIIER'S Pulu and Uedding Depot, 40G Sansonie street, third door North ol Sacramento street, San Francisco* faug 17 1 Wanted. ! Tiif. subscriber will pay the highest cash price for fresh Eggs. Those having any 011 hand will do well to give me a call, nov 2 J. ANGELLOTTI. Pulu! P11I11!! Pulu!!! JUST arrived ex Hark "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...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

BROOKLYN HOTEL, I CORNER OF BROADWAY AND fjpf* KANSOME STS., SAN I'll AN- jHjj_ ; CISCO. rpIIE Proprietor of this well known and I J_ old established house is still at his old [trieks —feeding the public for the low sum of six noi.L.uts per week, and the cry is "Still they come!" This Hotel was established in 1852, ana 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 gi\psts. The Brooklyn Hotel WAGON will always be ready on the wharf 011 the arivalof the steamers, to convey pasengers and their baggage to the House, free of charge. To prevent imposition, be positive and sec that BROOKLYN HOTEL is painted in large letters 011 the sides of the wagon. Hoard, per day, if 1,00, " per week, 4,00, Meals, 50, Lodgings per week, $2 to J, Single liooms, .00. JOHN KELLEY, Jll.. oct s—3m Proprietor. FREEMAN &amp;amp; SIMPSON OLD TOagiiolin Whisky. Thh consumption and constant...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

GROVER &amp;amp; BAKER'S FIRST PREMIUM NOISELESS FAMILY jsitaii) Ulcjmus, ■ | 1 At Greatly Reduced Prices ! At Greatly Reduced Prices!! At Greatly Reduced Price*!!! $G0 AND UPWARD. SCO AND UPWARD. $00 AND UPWARD. I 25 per cent Discount! 25 per cent Discount! ! 2.3 per cent Discount !!!| FROM OUR FORM Kit J'JUCES\ | The great success attending the introduction of our new style Family Sewing Machines in this State (as in all others) has prompted certain unprincipled and unreliable parties t&amp;gt; endeavor to force upon the ; public, certain, so called Cheap Jffachincs, I which, cither by legal injunctions or from their own inherent defects, have long since died out in the Eastern States. IT IS OCR DETEItMIXATIOX TO SUJTLT A. GOOD MACHINE ATA LOW PRICE, that the purchaser may, as pa*t instances experience in the purchase of the mis-named "Cheap Sewing Machines," a dear bargain and a waste of money. TIIE WORLD WIDE REPUTATION OF TUB CROVER&amp;amp; BAKER SEWIXG MACHINES, A...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District, Hon. E. \V. McKinhthy, Judge. Meets •&amp;gt; the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Fhin*, Judge; .V. yuckohh, I{. C. Welch, Associates. Meets on tne Ist Monday iu Fob'yMav, Aujoist and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meet* at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.—Meet* on the Ist Monday in Fcb'y., May, August and November. DELEHANTY &amp;amp; SKELLT, SODAFACTORY Market street, nrar Mission, San Francisco. Have constantly on hand a large supply of Mutths, Twines, Acids, (.'url:x, Soda Stork, For the trade and ('ountry Merchants. All of which will be -old to the trade at the lowest ( ii-.li prin agents in California for the NKWAiIi: CHAMPAGNE CIDKR. ry&amp;lt; )rders by post or otherwisepunctually attended to. ami goods delivered anywhere n the city or countv of San Francisca. vlul 1 if BLOCK, LEVY &amp;amp; C(C SAN RAFAEL. ! \TrO! I.I) respectful...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 November 1861

]»r. J. €. i'Oilia, La!'.' Professor «&amp;gt;t* :!»•_* Uuiverd'y of Pennsylvania, cm b; l'.Kuid at lii-&amp;gt; private Medical Ofßso and Hospital, No. 7.) I (Jht J/ Street, Opposite the S. W. corner of the Plaza, SAN fuax risoo. WHERE he rim !&amp;gt;■ consulted privutdv, and with the n'm i -t eonli.l aire by the afflicted, atall hours daily, from U a. m. to 8 P. M. Da, Young addresses those who are sufTorTig utid.-r the u Miction of priva* ■ dWeaie, Whether arising from impure coniijc'ion or the terrible vice of sjlf-abuse. Devo'iag hU entire time to that particular hraneh of the medical profession, he feels warranted in ouauax a critß ix vLt.casks,whether of long standing or recently contracted, entirely removing the dregs of disease from th • system, and making a perfect and permanent cure. He would call the attention of the alllieted to the fact of his 1 in g stan ling an 1 wellearned repulio'ion. ftuaiidiing sufficient ussmlnnce of iiis skill and sueee-s. Upwards ...

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