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THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Devoted to Foreign and Domestic News, Literature, Agriculture, and the Interests of Marin County, PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY JEROME A. BARNEY. TERMS. Subscription for 1 year 5 00 " 6 mos. 3 00 " 3 mos. 1 50 And if paid in advance the following: One year,- $4.00 Six months, 2 50 Three months, 1 25 Advertisements inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 12 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. HON. E. W. McKINSTRY, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. FRINK, Judge; N. Nuckolds, R. C. Welch, Associates. Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — Meets on the 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. The first that comes into my mind is the one that follows, and that you shall hear. About dusk one evening, I halted at a roadside inn, a thriftless, tumble-down looking place, even for Texas. In such matters there was little choice, however, as I had soon found out, and so I did not murmur. Nobody but the landlord, a stout, red-faced, burly-looking man of fifty, mayhap, was in the bar-room when I entered, so I took a seat by the fire—it was late in the fall—and called for something to cat, at the same time signifying my intention of remaining all...
Part with it no more. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Part with it no more. "[A T .,iJnw compelled by poverty, to deliver into the hands of her landlord a diamond ring, a token from her husband, given upon the day of their marriage." — Ladies' Peart.] Sweet relic of departed days. Memento of Life's morn, When through the light beamed sunny rajs, And llnpe was newly born ; How (a ilg v • you up to ease A cruel landlord's whim, But oh! it is my lot to please, And I must look to Him, To Him who bids us all repose Above, our faithful trust, Yet I would keep this gift, Ood knows ! Hut part with it I must. It was the first from his loved hand, He placed it'tiere in minp— I see him now beside me stand And fondly whisper —thine ! I Now he is gone, alas ! too true The blinding tear-drops start. And cherished pledge of love with you I must forever part; i Oli! why will not this world look down , Sometime with pitying glance! But oh ! it ever weara a gloom Unlesi it smiles—by chance. Well, take it landlord, it is thine, 'Tis all that's left me no...
A Soldier's Emotion in Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
A Soldier's Emotion in Battle. An article in''Howe's Achievements of Americans," written by a soldier who was in the battle of Palo Alto, the following stirring passages occur: "Thus stood those two belligerent armies face to face. What were the feelings of those thousands ! How many thoughts and fears were crowded into those few moments ! Look at our men; a clamy sweat is settled all over faces slightly pale, not from cowardly fear, but from an awful sense of peril, combined with a determination not to flinch from duty. These arc the moments in which true soldiers resign themselves to their fate, and console themselves with the reflection that whatever may befall them, they will act with honor; these are the moments ' when the absolute coward suffers more than death—when, if not certain he would not be shot in his tracks, he would turn and fly, Fighting is very hard work; the man who has been through a two hours fight, has lived througli a great deal of mental and physical labor - ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
) MARIN JOURNAL \ SJOB OFFICE.?rV/ The Proprietor would the public that he is to execute all kinds of Jobu^ J an i i t &amp;amJt,/t(rA, watch, §ilh of JFaie, meccifm, 'ln'l ntfll inferior to none, and at / '4jHshort notice. M gjjggggj iPodical. For the Journal. MY SAL. KY MISS LONOFELLER. Looking through the morning papers, As I ever do at breakfast—- - There I saw one strain repeated, Une bright theme, the merry burden, Or the sad and mournful burden Uf the daily, morning papers, And that strain was this one, only— O ny Sal—my Sal-mon river. Cariboo is nothing to it, It has vanished into nothing, As has also Frazer River And their merry eager lovers Now have-dried up and subsided, Since was sung by merry miner, By a lucky, happy miner— O my Sal—my Sal-mon river. San Rafael is going crazy, All the yonng, and smart, and handsome; All the young men now are going Leaving us, poor maidens, furious, Much incensed at being left for Such a rival. Still they're singing, Notwithstand...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Marin County Journal. San Rafael, March 15th, 1862. Close of the First Volume. — WITH this number the first year of the JOURNAL closes. When we commenced the publication of our paper we had many serious difficulties to encounter and overcome. The means of circulation, in consequence of our meagre mail facilities, were very limited, and we were obliged to depend on the kindness of our friends to get our paper distributed in several important localities. But the success we have thus far met with, under the apparently unsurmountable obstacles, and the substantial evidence we have of the public approbation, encourages us in confidently announcing the JOURNAL a permanent institution of the county. The well known fact that it is not a money making concern at present, and that it must stand upon its own merit for existence, is the surest guarantee that its conductors will endeavor to make it not only a readable paper, but a useful and welcome visitor to every hamlet and household in the co...
European Intelligencc—By the "America"—Dates to Jan. 26 —Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
European Intelligence. — By the "America" — Dates to Jan. 26 — Great Britain. From papers received by the last steamer we compile some items of European news — The London Times in an editorial, says —- "We need not be eager to meddle with American affairs. This is a time for awaiting, and we can afford to wait quite as easily as the North and South can afford to be looking across the Potomac at a cost of two millions sterling a week to each of them. If there does come any real cause for complaint, it will tell all the more for our present patience and forbearance." The London Globe editorially remarks, that the maritime Powers cannot be expected to respect the Federal blockade unless really effected. The commerce of the world cannot suffer itself to be despoiled for an indefinite period under the mere paper blockade. "As to intervention," says the Globe, "we may be invited, or offered, to intervene, but our great aim must be to preserve consistency with our own principles." George T...
To G. J. E. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
To G. J. E. Written for the Journal. Oh bright be the dreams That float round thy pillow, As rosy their beams As the gems 'neath the billow; May dream-land restore All the loved thou hast known, And banish each shadow That fate o'er has thrown. When the fair "crescent maid" Is sailing on high, 'Mid those beautiful isles That float in the sky, I gaze on her beauty And worship her light, But far more another Whose rays are more bright. Oh the lone maid of eve Is wonderous fair, And stars are the jewels She braids in her hair — But Apollo draws nigh And the jewels are gone, While the maid I adore Beams brighter than morn. B. L. W. A CHEEKY PARSON — Rev. Silas Piper, of the New England Conferance, has been suspended for scandalous conduct with a female member of the church, in Ware, Mass., where he was appointed. He left abruptly, after his conduct had been discovered, when the society refused to pay him. He sued them, but was beaten. PUTTING HIS COMPLAINT IN HIS POCKET. — The following...
OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
OUR AGENTS. Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which due attention will be given. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge. THOS. BOYCE, corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. JONES, Novato. RICHARD MAGEE, Nicasio. E. LEVY, Olema. THOS. K. WATSON, San Quentin. L. DENOS, Reed Rancho. SATURDAY, MARCH 15th. HARD TIMES. — We hear much complaint of hard times and want of employment, in all directions. There has been much suffering occasioned by the floods and the severity of the rainy season; but there is no use in sitting down and repining over disasters. — The remedy for such evils, is stirring about — cultivating an energy of mind — a willingness and a determination to take hold of any thing that offers, even should it not pay them the highest wages. It is much better to labor at a low price, than to lay idle and complain. Those who rove about hunting for "big strikes," seldom find th...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] Wheat •((/ 100 lbs — Flour per bbl — For seed, fJ2,70@3,00i Superfine, 6,50@750 " milling, 2,15(«;2,20: Extra,... 8,00@8,60 Barley,seed,t,2.s(«;l,37; Bakor'sexo,oo@jllo do brew.l, 12@1,20 Cornmeal —- do feed 1,0001,10! Eastern, (}'bbl B(pM Seed Oats, .1,2«@1,37! DomesticlJ/lb. ,3@4 Feed Oats,.i,l.s(«l,2s Hay 'lftun. .f|lB@22 Corn, 2,2o@2,«o Potates tylb 3(S ■■', Rye 8,email@example.com Beans 3(» o Buckwheat,3,o9(«:3,.3o Onions,.. . 5,00(" 7,00 Squash (J'tun,.?lof«l2
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. Wool, common coarse, do best quality, 0&lt; do extra Marino, % Refined Tallow, sptb Dry Hides, Sheep skins, wool on, 1! do do plain, 1! Goat skins, each 3( BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, ty*lb.", 3( " Eastern 2( Eggs ](/ dozen Cheese, California, ty\b 2( Cattle Market. AVERAGE SLAUGHTERER'S PRICES. BEEF American, first quality " second do Spanish, first quality, 10@11... .2d VEAL HOGS — Stock 1; Eat, on foot, \ Fat, dressed, i MUTTON — ] tressed ( MILCH COWS — First quality, §2' Second quality, $1( SPECIAL NOTICES. Clove Anodyne Toothache Drops.— Why will you continue a martyr to toothache and broken rest, while a simple, pleasant and efficacious remedy is within your reach? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you will obtain immediate relief. It will not in the slightest degree discolor the pearly enamel ot the teeth, injure the gums, or unpleasantly affect the breath. Eminent Dentists constantly use it in their practice, and praiselt highly. [f ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Sheriff's Sale. » Y virtue of a writ of Execution tou ) out of the District Court of the Four Judicial District, City and County of San Francisco, State of California, for a Judgement rendered in said Court, on the 23d day of March A. I)., 1858, at the suit of Robert S. Watson, plaintiff, and against Samuel R. Throckmorton, defendant, I have levied on and will sell all the right, title and interest of the defendant, in and to the following named Real Estate, situated in Marin County and described as follows: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land belonging to and being the "Rancho de Saucelito," in the county of Marin, in the State of California, and being described as follows, to wit: Beginning at the point where the southern boundary line of the town of Saucelito strikes the low water mark, southeast of said town of Saucelito; thence running along said low water mark southerly to the most southern point of the land; thence southwesterly along the low water mark to the poi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a writ of Execution issued out of the District Court of the ??? Judicial District, in and for the City and County of San Francisco, State of California, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the 28th day of January, A. D., 1862, at the suit of Don Jesus Noe, plaintiff, and against John J. Reed, defendant, I have levied on and will sell all the undivided right, title and interest of the defendant, in and to that certain piece, parcel, or tract of land situated in Marin County, known as "San Clemente,'or 'Corte Madera del Presidio' rancho, bounded and described as follows, to wit: — On the North and East by the Bay of San Francisco — the Salt water Marsh, and the Public Lands; South by Raccoon Straits and Richardson's or Saucelito Bay; West by said Richardson's or Saucelito Bay, and the Saucelito Rancho, containing about One League of Land, more or less — together with the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Notice is hereby given that on Friday the 21st...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
FORDILAi* At. JKM,\li\'«&gt;iM, :tf.&lt; ' - j^/ 1 K^JTI^I mm ■■mm .■..■•■. .1 '#s ■ 9,7^1 racj rriMj fjfWKRH i.'.-y I * ffia »•.'•«*« ■P'WMSS iirt ffifi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CROC AND DEALisue Provisions, Flour, Wines, Teas, Liquors, Wooden Ware, Tobacco, DEALERS) and consumers in tli" country are invited to give tti (icall before pur. chasing elsewhere, tut we ars confident we can suit them in quality and in price GOODS DELIVERED FREE. FOURHAM &amp; JENNINGS, Stkamboat Block, (ieorher of Front S; Jacdmn Streets, S'tn Fran into, Val.\ vinxiii —3m j j %iM Stage Co's., i .'•GENERAL OFFICE, j AT THE MAIUX HOTEL. . E. M. POMEUOY, } T , «. . 'JHWJkio*, \ rro P HctoM - Stagfefl leave daily for San Quentin, connecting with the Petolumn and San Francisco and returning, leave San Uuintin upon the arrival of the steamers from San Francisco. The jCojupaay are prepared to furnish the public With - Carriages, Buggies, AND SADDLE HORSES - -.. at reasonable rates. attention...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
In the matter of the Estate of Horatio F. Bird, deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned, Administrator of the above named estate, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit the same with the necessary vouchers within ten months from the first publication of this notice, to the undersigned, at his residence, in Bolinas Township, Marin County, Cal., on the. Mesa, about one and a half miles west of Gregorio Briones' residence. MARTIN VANDUZER, Adm'r. of Horatio F. Bird, deceased. Dated Feb. 12th 1862. [feb 15 — 4t. In the matter of the Estate of George D. Street, deceased. In the Probate Court of Marin County IT appearing to the Judge of this Court by the petition presented and filed by Harriet F. Street, Administratrix of the Estate of George D. Street, deceased, praying for an order to sell Real Estate, that it is necessary to sell the Real Estate belonging to said deceased, to pay the outstanding debts against, and the debts and ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Scovill's Narsupurilla —Atii)— . - . STILLINUIA, OH " Blood and Liver Syrup. IT is highly recommended by physicians to 'cure the following diseases, having their origin in a disordered state of the blood: ' Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald head, Canker, Ulceartions and Enlargement of the Joints, Cancerous Tumors, Erysipelas, .J King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings, Pimples on the Face, Rheumatism, Blotches, Pustules, •JjDyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercuri- , al affections are cured; Chlorosis or obstruc,i tions in Females, Eeucorrhea or Whites, are relieved by the • use of this Medicine. The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla in conjunction with Stillingia arc well known by all medical men to be the best compound ! yet discovered to cleanse and purify the i blood, and eradicate all humors from the system. We have given the recipe to most physiicians in the country, that theyi may know I what they are using; and will continue to send it by ...