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flavin Conntij |on.uuil.l San Rafael, February " the Journal. CLARABELLE. BY REN A 1. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
flavin Conntij |on.uuil.l San Rafael, February " the Journal. CLARABELLE. BY REN A 1. Draw the window curtains closely, Shutting oat the dreary nig t, While the driving rain will only Make our fire-side far more bright. | Sec the Strang?, fantastic glimmer Of the fire-light on the wall, "While u.yjn each on?, a silence Beep ai»l sudlm, seem* to fall. Well I hnv th-? Thou ;Sts unsnoVn, Troa'ilimg each dear, faithful heart, T:* 1 of these tli?y gwo no token— t' " j "T1 with loving art. Fain'ly thro' the dreary night-air, Comes the sound of funeral bell, How it bringi before us, visions Of our long lost Clarabells. While the fading, dying embers, Cast their shadows on the wall, Many sad ani tearful glances, On a shaded picture fall. liike a mist, the golden ringlets _ In the dim, uncertain light, "*Rnni th? lovely face seem floating, Veiling half the eyes so bright. "By cach ono, the fire unheeded, Like our vision dies away, While noon our hearts, the darkness Falls—and evermore will s...
A MOOKL KOin-GL.Vill). [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
A MOOKL KOin-GL.Vill). ' lirick Pomeroy, of the La Crosse (Wis.) Democrat, 011 being invited to assist in forming a body-guard for Presi idielit, Lincoln, alter due consideration, 'decided to i/o in, providing the following basis could be adopted, and rigidly adhered to during the war. The company shall be entirely composed of colonels, who shall draw pay and rations in advance. Every man shall have a commission, two servants, and white kids. Each man shall be mounted itiacovlered buggy, drawn by two white stallions. Under the seat of each buggy shall be a cupboard, containing cold chicken, pounded ice, and chainoagne, a la members of Congress and military officers at Bull Hun. Each man shall have plenty of cards and red chips to play poker with. The only side arms to be opera-glas-ses, champagne glasses, and gold-head-ed canes. The duty of the company shall be to take observations of battle, and on no account shall it be allowed to approach nearer than ten milas to the seat of war....
! United States and Great Britain., i [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
! United States and Great Britain., i i; The New York liar ah], in an article t entitled, "Will E« iriand go to War with i • the United States?'" says: ; , England cannot afford to go to war I I with us, for the conflict, sooner or later, ; ' would involve the loss of her West In-,' jdia islands, of Canada and tlie adjoin- ; .ling Provinces, and last and most fatal l • of a'l. the loss ot hvlaud, her arm 1 lin war her granary in peace. England I cannot go to war with us, for six hun-J 'ulrcd millions' worth of American stock i iare owned by British subjects, which, ' in the event of hostilities, would be con- ; ' j fi- c iTccT; and we now call upon the com- ; ip n;ie s not to take it oif their hanils up- 1 ',on any terms. Let its forfeiture be held 11over England as a weapon in terrorem. j British subjects have two or three bun-'; &gt;,dred millions of dollars invested in ship-' (ping and other property in the Unitedj; s States. All this property, together with j the stocks,...
A XEW U Wit OIL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
A XEW U Wit OIL. i David and Robert, two young men, ] noted for their careful toilets, lodged at , a house where the servant girls take , their share of hair oils, tooth powders,! and use the hair brushes and cologne! water regardless of expeusc. The &lt; young men, dwelling together, were in , the habit of getting a pint of hair oil • made up by the druggist at a time; and ; finally they were in the habit of finding! that a pint of this costly hair oil would | not last a week, and that all the ser- 1 vantgirls in the house emitted the same j perfume that they did. It was not a , great while before they came to a conclusion in the matter. So one evening, , when the hair od bottle was empty, they took the bottle which contained it, ] and straight they went to the chemist's. I They got a mixture of various articles in the bottle, and the following was i marked on the prescription book as the ■, contents:— i, "Of lac assaf'ii'dita (which, for the'i information of our readers, w...
OUH AGENTS. t„.,. 11..... ..r i*. i....,1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
OUH AGENTS. t„.,. 11..... ..r \i*. i....,1 Ihos. IJoYCi;, corner ot Washmgton ana Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. Joxf.s, N ovato. Richard,Maui:k, Nicasio. E. Levy, Olcma. Tuos.K. Watson, San Quentin. L. Dexos, Reed llancho.
riAN RAFAEL, FEBRUARY 1. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
riAN RAFAEL, FEBRUARY 1. Prom the East.— By Telegraph we have advices from the East to the 24th inst. The intellicence is highly important, showing, that the war against the rebels is being vigorously pressed, and with most gratifying success. A great battle waul fought on Sunday the 19 th at .Somerset,! Ky. The Federal forces commanded by (ien. Thomas, about 8,000 strong, j were attacked by the Confederates un-! dcr Gen. Zollicoffer with about 10,000. The battle raged with great fury for three hours, when Zollicoffer and Balie Peyton, Jr., having fallen, and the Union fire mowing down their ranks, the rebels broke and fled in great confusion. Gen. Thomas pursued them about 20 miles to their entrenchments on Cumberland river, which they crossed during the night, and continued their flight, j leaving behind all their military stores. The loss of the rebels was very heavy; 1 the Federal loss was also severe. The, importance of this victory cannot be* overestimated, as it opens a pass ...
THE LATEST. 15Y TELEGRAPH". [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
THE LATEST. 15Y TELEGRAPH". Sr. Louis Jan. 2-1, 186J Further intcligence places the death; of Gen. Zollicoffcr beyond doubt. The I Federals pained a mo*t complete victo-j ry at Somerset, routing the Rebels and I driving them in all direction. The town of Biloxi, in Mississippi,! surrendered to the Federal troops under Hutlcr. The town and every thing inj it except the women and children, has - been destroyed. The Rebels in X. Carolina are draft-1 ing the militia of the State to raise for-: ces for its defence against the troops and fleet under General Burr:side. The Federal fleet lias taken posses-' sion of Cedar Keys, on the coast of! Florida, in the Gulf oi Mexico. It also captured a Rebel schooner, the Wilder with a valuable cargo. . I The numerous assassinations of Fed. eral troops by lurking Rebels in North-j western Mississippi, has induced Colo-! nel Dialer, commanding at Lexington,! to seize and imprison a number of weal-! thy Secessionists as hostage*. They! are to be shot ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ITVJOTICI3 is hereby given that an npplij li cation will be made to ihe District Court of the 7th Judicial Pi*triet in the County of : Marin, at the term thereof to be held at San&gt; | Rafael, in said County, on Monday the 3(T jday of March, a. p. 1802, at the opening of ■ the Court on that day, or as noon thereafter' ikh counsel can behrard, for an order ot said iCourt establishing the genuineness of a Patent issued by the United Staies of Amerii * Ito James Black, the claimant and confirmee jof said land, on the First day of November, a. d. 1861, for certain lunds situated within ;the said County of Mann, State of California, known as the llancho "Nicasio," and j that said Patent may be rtcorded in the Ma. jrin County Recorder's Office, pursuant to au ; "Act concerning certified copies of certain instruments in writing, approved April 29th: i 1857. I Dated January 28th 1862. JAMES BLACK, | fob I—4w Owner of said land. |a:otice is hereby given that an a...
$Uuiu <£o until Joiumil. San Hafacl, February Ist, 1904. LE(JIS LATIV|;. THE MAKIX CONTEST. San Francisco, Jan 21th 186'2. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
$Uuiu &lt;£o until Joiumil. San Hafacl, February Ist, 1904. LE(JIS LATIV |;. THE MAKIX CONTEST. San Francisco, Jan 21th 186'2. The following resolution was introduced &gt; by Mr. Reed : Itcsolced, That the resolution passed by the J Assembly 011 the 11th inst., treating a Com-1 mission to take testimony in the Marin eoun-j ty contested ele tion case, be, and is hereby; rescinded, and that said Commission, from, and after the adoption of this resolution, be' and is hereby abolished. Mr. Heed said in explaining the object of 1 the resolution he would avoid the considera-! tion of the merits of the case, and would j also endeavor to avoid anything like a manifestation of party or personal feeling. AN hen the votes were counted at the recent election in the county of Marin, the returns showed— Mr. Sac 1, [interrupting] called the gentleman to order, on the ground that the merits of the contest were not before the llousc— rot having been reported upon by the Committee ou ...
. [Written for the Journal.] To Alfred. "She is not dead, but sleepeth" [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
. [Written for the Journal.] To Alfred. "She is not dead, but sleepeth" Mt friend, let earthly troubles cease To weigh upon yo.uv mind, 'Tis left with us to gain our case, True pleasures we must find ; I Then will you for hope's faded flower j Grieve day by day, and hour by hour. ! You answer that your "brighter light | Of life has passed away," | But oh! mourn not, her spirit bright Has left but mortal clay— ! And she to whom your heart was given j Awaits to meet your soul in heaven. ! Alas! indeed 'tis sad to part I With those we hold most dear, I And 'tis no weakness of the heart To shed fond memory'.t tear — I For they who dwell in bliss above Will not forget us in their love. Then cease to moiun, and cease to weep, ; And bid your heart be gay, | If you sow grief—the same you reap, j Then drive sad thoughts away, | Nor let the sunshine of to-morrow j One shade of yestcr's darkness borrow. [.Vorato, Jan. 11th 'G2. may. The Flood in the Clear Lake Region.—An esteemed correspondent...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
l i SPECIAL NOTICES. • I Fish's llaih Rf.HTOB.VTIVK. —This is rn--1 tirely a home production un&lt;l hm boon becjfore the public for the last Five year*. I "ineod* but it trial to convince nil of it* merit* • I Original certeticate of hundreds in this Stnt&lt; ®Jare in the poessession of the rcsponsnbl '•'h/»u»fl of Heddington t Co, S°" A dr.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
' Sands' Sabsapahi lla. —Investigation and expcrimerft have demonstrated that upon the 1 : conditio.! of the blood, depends the health ■I of the body. Consequently, which disease , in the shape of scrofula, erysipelas, ulcers, 1 cutaneous eruptioifs,'liver complaint, pear, it is at once evident that impurities ' have been engendered in the blood which ' arc- working their way to the surface. This celebrated Extract willspeedilypurify blood, ! equalize the circulation, improve the appe- ■ titn, impart tone and vigor to the system, and gradually, but surely, extripate the dis- ■ I ease. S " ' ——————— J COMMERCIAL. j S.IN FR.INCISCO PRICES. Friday Evening, Jan. 3lts. I Flour, 88 00&lt;a9 50 Wheat, 2 O(Ka2 50 ! Barley, 1 10&gt;®l 20 j Oats, 1 10' a/l 25 1 j Bran, 15 226)16 22: ,i Corn, 1 37&lt;S)1 50: j Beans, 4't£sc Potatoes, 3 006D5 00' 'Onions, 1 fa) lie j Gunny Bags, 17fa)20c I Butter, California, i " Isthmu.«, 28&lt;a)30 ij Cheese, California, 18(8)2...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
li LOST BETWEEN San Rafael and San Quentin, on the 23d inst., a small Memorandum i Book, containing notes and papers of no use ,| to any oue bu» the owner. Any person finding the same will be suitably rewarded ' ' by leaving it at this office. (j25 S;ui 'Sulfa cl (lo's., ' GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. ' *• X Prpprictors. ■ JAMES ALLISON. ) K1 StagOS leave daily for San Quentin, con- ' necting with the Petaluma and Stin Francisco ; steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin 1 upon the arrival of the steamers from San Francisco. | The Company are prepared to furnish the public with Carriages, Buggies!, ANI) ij SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. ryParticular attention paid to lIOPSES! on livery. E. 11. POMERO\, Ag't. ( d2l—tf ; .liotiee. i The Co-partnership heretofore existing j I between the undersigned is this day dissolved ' 'iv mutual etynsent. Dated San Rafael,Dec. r . 18th 1801. W. L. BARNARD, JAMES ALLISON. ; dec2l E. 11. POMEROY. I TllS business will be carried on as he...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
Important Question#. have you got a cold ? HAVE YOU GOT A COUOII? GOT A SOKE THROATGOT A WHOOPING COUGII» GOT THE ASTHMA ? GOT THE BRONCHITIS* Or any other affcction of the throat or lung*? If so, and you would apply the great Panacea of the age, one that is agreeable to the taste, Hooothing, healing, strengthening, free from all poisonous or deletcriou* drugs—use No well'B Pulmonary Syrup, Manufactured at 70 Merchant street, San l'rancisco, and sold by U. BARNETT, 36—3 m Simm's Building, San Raluel. County Warrants Due. The following Marin County \\ arrant* ate now due, and will Ue paid upon piestntution: t-Kos. Ml, 101'f, 1017. 11NO,* 1 INI, laoo, 1218,1202,168, 1201, 303, 107, 130, 242, 202, 241. | oct 12 JAS. DIXON, Treasurer. I Fish's Infallible Restorative I UK TUB II A I R . WILL Restore Cirey Hair TO ITS 01tI(&gt;I!S'AL COLOR. j It prevents the Hair from falling olf. It cures Baldness and removes all ilnudruffsuid I scurf from the head. | It allays all irritation of ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 1 February 1862
, r 1 - f JVI J ■■ — NATHANIEL BEN.NET. | Jl # A, LOVE. BEWEIT X LOVII, Attorneys &amp; Counsellors qt Law, No«. 76 &amp; 76 MONTGOMERY BLOCK. San francisco! Thb undersigned having recently returned home from the Aliunde State-'. and formed ■ co-partnership with 11. S. JLOVE Esq., will for the future Jevots himself ixclu.-Kely to the practice of his profession 43—3 m NATIIANIHL HENNEIT. NOTICE. HAVING leased the Saloon lately kept by die, and being desirous of clo-iug iiij business, all persons indebted to me are requested to call and make immediate settleBent. WM. LI.NDnKY. 43 Sok&gt; Trader's .\oti«r. KNOW oilmen by the-c presents that 1 Isabella Clark, u resident of the County of Marin and State of California,, the wife of Robert 0. Clark of thesamijcounty and Statedo hereby make known and declare that it is my intention to carry on and transact business ill iny own nam • and on h:y ownaccount, as Sole Trader,in pursuance of the act of the Legislature of t...