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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOtRNAL. VOL. 1. SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. CAL. SATURDAY. J A NT. 11, 1862. wymmrnmmi«wnmm——LjLJiL"! " ——j——- J «^°"•Jrmnmm.nnmit.uf im ibiii ■ I >' "Ji K0 -3 mmmmmr.-n. -n

Publication Title: Marin Journal
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—^p ■ 1— C'lirjinui. Thoughts for ths New Year. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

—^ p ■ 1 — C'lirjinui. Thoughts for ths New Year. Father—God, I need thy blessing, - Worn and weary of earth's charms, S'ill thus crets of life caressing I would rest me in thine arms; Clouds of darkness aathero'er me, Sun ■ihine lingers but a while, Though darker evening lies before me I only pray to win thy smile. O'er the past my heart doth sorrow, Hitter sorrow, and sincere, For to-day, yet not to morrow Falls the heart-felt blinding tear; Fu her I would ask thee—proffer Givings from thy tliroi.c above, But, oh ! For one least token of thy love. Thus thought on thought has but sueeccdcd To remind me of thy power, Shall I perish then unhe ded As the little wav-side flower? Nay, my Father—love possessing Thou wilt linger near my side, Hear —plaints, that to thee I'm addressing, By thy wisdom to abide. My soul is thine, oh! Father take it Consecrated all to thee, Have it Lord what thou would'st make it Thino for all Eternity, Bless thy child, oh! Saviour bless me— Save me for thine...

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Lines to * * * * * * . [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

Lines to * * * * * * . You vowed eternal constancy, By all the stars above; You should have sworn by yon fair moon, Fit emblem of thy love. 'Twas mockery that the changeless stars, Witnessed such vows as thine; And oh, 'twas bitter hollowness, To give thy love for mine. Your love was like a shallow stream — Mi c like the boundless sea; Your love was but a passing whim, Mine all life to me. You spoke of true, unchanging love, Yet knew i' but in name; I fondly thought your love, like mine, A glowing deathless fiaine. And oh, what agO'-y to find The love I deemed so true; Vanish like the evening wind, Or like the morning dew. Forgetful of your solemn pledge, And heedless of the past; You care i.ot that o'er all my life, A heavy gloom you've cast. My pride should teach me to forget. o<e who so false has proved; But, oh, there comes no change to those, Who love as I have loved. ' Though cold and changed, thou art the same, Who taught my heart to thrill; And, careless lover tha...

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A Beautiful Story. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

A Beautiful Story. A few weeks since in comming down the North River, I was seated in the in the cabin of the magnificent steamer Isaac Newton, in conversation with some frieds. It was becoming late in the evening, and one after another, seeking repose from the cares and toils of the day, made preparations to retire to their berths. Some pulling off their boots and coats, laid themselves down to rest; others in the attempt to make it seem as much like home as possible, threw more of their clothing—each one as their comfort or apprehension of danger dictated. I noticed on the deck a fine looking boy, about six years of age, following around a man evidently Lis father; who appearance indicated him to Be a for-' eigner, probably a German—it man of] medium height and respectable dress, j The child was unusually fair and finej looking, handsomely featured, with an! affectionate expression of countenane, and from under his German cap fell chestnut hair in thick clustering curls. After wal...

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For the Journal. lit DieATI !) i *• To my Pot. I liV SIS n. 11 MAY., [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

For the Journal. lit DieATI !) i *• To my Pot. I liV SIS n. 11 MAY., l | Mv Pot, I've wandered far from the;; (> v l' land and owr sea. Yet win;' .is thou art fair '(> se(— My own, mv lV;-a-iumn. ' I've wnili 'il f hion%'hinany a; 1"« 'l d .fre'et, I No friendly fa' ■ ! ehancrd t'a el— (Mi ! than alone to iiu l at-' sweet, J My own, my lV'-a-luani. | I ".valid t iiv ;■ 1 i! 11v.il il d• — I t>*i-f Ino 11 .tai l, a. and -.{jady Yah— My 1; art r. !a'e~ a -a I. -a I :.;i , j My own, tay 1' ;-a-!in.ri. | My l'ct! of ih.-. I hj'-cii <lr. am, j Of rliy oak tree =, ni'.d ]»'. i I .-ir-smi— : Of fi;. nth v. h 1 \v lai 11.1:1'; t.-.teeiii My own, my i\ ;-a-!:e.aa. . Home, pi t honi"—eh! I would spurn 1 I To call tin- l,y 1 - l.»via;' pa j ot'c in thought to tine t turn, ! My own, my l'et-a-huua. | When Inm gone write in 1 my name I 'Mon.; liio • win) low tL :• 1; >. 11" anie, ; ! All! i'i i iiiMlj. Ii";; n - \\; 'a b. ie.h'ar flame My ow...

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"COME TO MOTHER." i ... [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

"COME TO MOTHER." i ... How much lave is expressed in th"ie threelittle words, lluve you not o;t"ti Kl Hie young mother hasten l.'.r ;>s as she cntert d the nursery, uf'.i ra Miort ab.-eiice, uud holding out her arms Id Iter unconscious little one, murmur Homily "come to mother!" Ami when the hal)3 first lifpinti to Know its nurse, i s faintest cry will call fori !i tin ,->e wor.U; no matter 11 >w feeble li.'- arms may lv, lln v will sdwuvs ?>e wih.iig tiieitiuhl the dai 1 in., ,1 ir I "e line !:> l:lo';H r \\ it ■iD.Ci soot lie il to I' 1 J»t. I';. a'. • 1 -by ' h • iiiMe I'-. ei t«.tt- r about the 1' . .1.: t» o!i 1 • soon In'.a:., l!. • pt : -.e.ei !> '.miing on the !!oor, I; i' iv, i> in t!i r" i>uieklv !:■ ii> the htaiis- , and .-..iiilcs t ike the ]■! '." ■ I'■••..-mit I II !: little head IV>: ■ i :: i'. • i'" it her • or -a.--t. ; :• on- ( c t!;«• m< '■&...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

Comity foiuital. $,ia Ilalael,January Hth,lSC3. List of Lctteru REMAINING in the Post Office at San Rafael, Dec. 4th 1861: Austin E. 11. Liors*. Th. Howl, Franklin Miesm. IVter Bellner. 11.—2 MeUahe, J. Chappell, J. • Myer, J. It Crishy, Joseph—3 Moru, A. Ctiwholtn, D.—2 Milnny. 11. Cody, Miuhiul Nayer, N. P. Cooper, J. D. Ouni'ltree, A. D-ric, C. O Mallfj, A. O. Flaser, L. llotiin-on. F. Gray, \V K. ltise, C. N. Gi.Minus F. F. Sain, Suneona Him. kly. L. P. C. Slater, John Hak-y, John Trurnble, It. John-oii. J J. Uloate, George J. 11. Welsh. It. Knight, Weymouth H, Lyan, J.K. Weed. E. Wier, 1,. D. BLOCK, Postmaster NOTICE. m() whom it may concern:—All persons JL lining bu«in"<* that require* a license. •re hereby notiH-il 'hat unless tliey pro.rure the same, they will incur the penalty in such cases mad'- and provided. Licenses can be obtained at the Sheriff '* OlKce. San ltafael. V. I). DOUH, Sheriff and ex-officio Tax Collector. December, 11 th, 1861. dl 4 c:oi\ri wiKßi...

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jfctrin (fcountjr Jonquil [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

jfctrin (fcountjr Jonquil Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which due attention will be given. Xotice* of Ilirths, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge.

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. ' ' OUII AOEXfs" [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

. ' ' OUII AOEXfs" Tims. Boycr, corn?r of Wathington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. 11. T. Josks, Nova f o. Hiciivhd Mvokh, Nicasio. E. Levy, Olema. Tiios. K. Watson, San Quentin. li, Dk.vos, Iteed llancho.

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eJAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 11. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

eJAN RAFAEL, JANUARY 11. Tub news fron the Eist is cheering —Charleston appears to be invested and doomed to fall into the hands of the Federal troops. Gen. Stevens has cut off all rebel communication between that city and Savannah ; Gen. Butlerj has arrived at Ship Island—landed! troops on the main land in Mississippi, J taken several towns, and has complete j possession of tbc New Orleans and! Mobilf railroad, and we may soon hear that every city and town from Charleston to New Orleans occupied by Federal forces. A cargo of cotton, worth nearly a million of dollars, arrived at New York by the steamship Vandcrhilt. The sensation paragraphs that have been going the rounds of newspaperdom to the effect that England would take umbrage at the closing of the Charleston and Savannah harbors with sunken hulks fdled with stone, and deem it a sufficient cause for a declaration of war, turns out to be a rebel production.— England may desire a brush wit!; the United States, but she will s -ek...

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&j Overland Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

&j Overland Telegraph. ! The following is a summary of the | news received since our last issue : St. Louis, January 4th.—We learn through Rebel sources that on the 2nd as a Confederate steamer was going from the Navy Yard to l'ensacola, shei j was fired upon from Fort I'ickens. Bragg immediately opened his bat-! teries upen Fort Pickens, and tlie can-; jnonadiug was kept up all day. Nothing | decisive is reported as having resulted ! from the tiring. There is nothing new! I either from Kentucky or Missouri. In i the former State, however, the opposing armies are not fur distant from each other. St. Louis Jan.,sth. —The Galveston! 1 : (Texas) Civilian of Dee. [23th:J says i that a Federal Steamer was engaged inj I blockading the Uio Grande. The same paper states, also, that a | fight was progressing in Matamoras. { The people in the city of Galveston i were all alarmed. | The city was about to be destroyed! i by the Secessionists to obviate the great j | danger of its be...

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ij Counsel Tor tlic Yonng. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

ij Counsel Tor tlic Yonng. . t Eighteen things which render joung people very impolite : 1. Loikl laughter. 2. Talking when others arc reading. 3. Cutting finger nails in company. 4. Leaving meeting before it is closed. .5. Whispering in meeting. (i. • Gazing at strangers. ' 7. Leaving a stranger without a seat, s 8 Want of reverence for superiors. 9. Heading aloud in company without being asked. • 10. Receiving a present without some « nunitestation of gratitude. Making yourself the topic of conversation. Laughing at the mistakes of others. , Joking others in comdanv. Correcting older persons than yourj <clf, especially parents. To commence talking before others ire through. Answering questions put to others. 1 Commencing to eat as soon as you I tic at the table, » j Not listening to w! at one is saying j in company unless you wish to show contempt for the speaker. A wdl-bred I ;>crson will not make an observation ' whilst another of the company is talk- ' ing...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

COMMERCIAL. SAX FR.4XCISCO PKICES. Friday Evening, Jan. lOtii. Flour, $(> 00®7 00 Wheat, 1 85® 2 05 BARI.ey, 90® I 00 Oats, 1 05® 1 10 Bran, 15 22® 16 22! CORK, 1 37® I 50 ! Beans, 4®sc! Potatoes, 1 75® 1 85 Oxionr, l®l£c : Ounny Bags, 17®20c Butter, California, 30®62A " Isthmus, 30®371 Cheese, California, 18®22A Hay, 15 00® 17 00 I | pf/tc cMiai. Married on the 9th inst., nt Las Oallina*. by the Rev. L. Eootens, Kioiiauu Magkk, Esq., to Miss Mauy Mvukav. Ah! Dick, you've played it very nice— i gone and got 'spliced* and never lot anybody know anything about it. Arn't you ashamed of yourself? Well, as it's all ovor, here' j our GT. , V. '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

LiNt of Lclters Remaining at wviu, F*igo & Co'« oflice at San Rafael, Jan. 9t(l 1862; Dumortrr, Mr. EUe—2 Fairfax, Mr». Chulea Mulct, Mons. £, R, | 43—1 NATHANIEL BENNET. | H. S LOVH. BIiWETT & LOVE, I Attorneys & Counsellors at Law, Son. 70 & 76 MONTGOMERY BLOCK, SAN FRANCISCO. The undersigned having recently returned ,home from the Atlantic States, and formed la co-partnership with H. S. LOVE. Ei-q., w ill for the future Jevota himself exclusively | to the practice of his protesxion. v j 43—3ui NATHANIEL UENNETT. NOTICE. nAVING leased the Saloon lately kept by mh, and heins desirous of cloning my tiu*ines», all persons indebted to me are requested to call and tiiake immediate settlement. \VM. LINDSEY. 43 Sole Trader's Notice. KNOW all men by these presents that I Isabella Clark, a resident of the j County of Marin and State of California, | the wife of Robert C. Clark of the same county and State do hereby make known and declare that...

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IJlatiu County Joiuual. §ao Bafulilauuary lltli,l§o2. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

IJlatiu County Joiuual. §ao Bafulilauuary lltli,l§o2. Divinb Service.—The Rev. Mr. Carberrjr will preach at the School Hou*e.at Novato, at 6 o'clock P. M. on the 22nd inst, —also, at 11 o'clock A, M. and 6 o'clock P. M. on the 23d.— The public are invited to attend.

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LEGISLATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

LEGISLATIVE. Sacramento, Jan. 7th. In Senate, to-day, the Republican and Upion Democratic fusion ticket, for permanent officers of that bod}', was elected by various but larjie majorities'. The officers elected are as follows: President, pro tem. —J. McM. Shafter, (Hep.) Secretary.—Thomas Hill, (Rep.) Assistant Secretary.—A. A. I)eLong, Sacramento, (Rep.) Sergeant •at Arms.—Archi. Turner.—Assistant •Sergeant-at-arms.—E. Howe, Rep.— Minute Clerk.—C. E. Abbott, (IT. 1).) Journal Clerk.—W. F. Huostis, (U.D.) Enrolling Clerk.—H. C. Kibbe, (U D) Engrossing Clerk.—G. A. Gdlespie. •Copying Clerks.—G C Harriman and <C D Bonnestell. HOUSE.—Mr. Barstow of San Francisco was elected Speaker. A Committee of three were appointed to conduct him to the Chair, where the oath as such officer was administered to him by Judge Cope. 'Flic Speaker addressed the House in an eloquent manner, adverting to the position in which our country is now placed to preserve itself intact from rebellion, an...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 11 January 1862

SPECIAL NOTICES. Sciireiiieu's Pclu and Bedding Depot. —The entire four story building -10(5 San ■ome street near Sacramento, i s now occupied as Schreiber's Great Pulu Bedding Emporium, and is the only one of the kind on this coast. Parties in the Interior ordering Bedding need «nly furnish the size and nbout the weight, which can be forwarded as ■well as though thoy were present, by express or otherwise. Also anything in the budding or home furnishing line furnished from this immense establishment. Orders accompanied by cash. [aug 17 Fish's Hair Restorative. —This is entirely a home production and has been before the public for the last five years. It aeeds but a trial to convince all of its merits. Original certcticate of hundreds in this Sta'e are in the poessession of the responsible house of Reddington & Co. See Adv. Sands' Sarsapariixa.—lnvestigation and experiment have demonstrated that upon the condition of the blood, depends the health of the body. Consequently...

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