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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
DELEHANTY &amp; SKELLY, [Market street, near Mission, San Francisco. Have constantly on hand a large supply of Bottles, Twines, £eids, Corks, Soda Stock, For the trade and Country Merchants. All of which will be sold to the trade at the lowest cash prices. E3?"Sole agents in Culifornia for the NEWARK CHAMPAGNE CIDER. •'tfOrders by post or otherwise punctually attended to, and goods delivered anywhere n the city or county of San Francisco, vlnllif ANTON ROMAN. lit AN K 1). CARLTON. A. IIOMAN &amp; CO. Booksellers, Ssnportcrs PUBLISHERS, 1 No. 607. Montgomery Street, San Fean Cisco." WE invite the especial attention of the Hook Trade to our immense stock of Standard and Miscellaneous Books and to our superior facilities for filling orders and procuring llome and Foreign Publications at the shortest possible notice. filled with promptness and dispatch, and at the very lowest rates. Our own and Publisher's Catalogues gratuitously. [Nov 2—4 m "COCK-TAIL NOTICE." THE publi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 15 March 1862
Charles P. Robbing, Importer nnd Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clny Street, m 23—ly SAX FKANCISCO. 4 PAINTER &amp; CO. E7 Practical Printers and Dealers in Type, Presses, Printing „, Materials, SJ Ink, Paper, Cards, &amp;c. Ig 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, j. b. taixter. } SAX FRANCISCO, j. m. l'AixTMt. V fitted out with t. n. PAiNTEK. ) dispatch. march 23—ly C O Jfl E 1* OWW !! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPERANCE HOUSE, Nos. 85 and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis. Esf Everv luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! BOARD, $3,00 Per Week. lodgings, sB,©o " " Single ifleals, 2.TS els. a 27 ly AVM. F. ModLLESTER, Reynolds, Howell &amp; Ford, Commission glcrjjants, 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FRANCISCO DeGBARDMONT &amp; CHARRON, VETINARY SURGEONS BLACKSMITHS. An, work entrusted to our care will bf promptly attended to, and executed at tb* lowest rates, W A C O N S of all kinds made to order. Repair...
Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
Poetical. For the Journal. Death of the Spring Flowers. No more by the edge of the murmuring stream, Shall we look till a season has fled, AVhen we shall welcome thy kin-folk so fair, While thou art rememhercd as dead-. Summerhas come, and ye're all passed away, The rree wears a dress of dark hue, The lily's bell tinkles a requiem low, The violet sheds tears not a few. Farewell! then sweet flowers, the spring rime is gone, No trace of thy beauty is seen— We'll treasure fliy mem'ry in years passing on, Bright diamonds on emerald green. Novato, Feb. '62. sister max.
Fate of Philip, Count Konigsmark. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
Fate of Philip, Count Konigsmark. Sophia. Dorothea, the Crown Princes of Hanover, born in the year 16G6, daughter of George William, Duke of Zell, and his French wife, Eleonora •d'Olbreuse.was married at sixteen, 1682. to her cousin George of Hanover, (afterwards George I. of England.) The French blood that flowed in her veins, and the education she received at the gay court of Zell. had their effect.— ""Her mother," says her cousin, the Duchess of Orleans, "brought her up to coquetry and gallantry." She was ' •clever, excitable, and full of imagination. She was of the middle size, and • of exquisite form, with fair brown hair, lier face oval, and her complexion good. This lively young girl was ill suited to h»r silent, dull husband ; and their marTied life was not happy. She loved pleasure, he nothing but hunting and ' this favorites—Frau von der Busschc, Melusina Schulenburg afterwards Duch&gt;ess of Kendall, and Countess Kielman- ' •segge. Sophia Dorothea soon bestowed he...
A Man of War, or a Manof Peace. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
A Man of War, or a Manof Peace. It will probably be remembered that, a few years ago, a great excitement was caused by the discovery of vast deposits of guano upon the island of Ichaboe, situated upon the west coast of Africa. The remarkable fertilizing qualities of guano gave it great value as an article of commerce, and a large number of vessels were dispatched from various ports to take in cargoes at the island. It was computed that at one time that not less than five hundred ■ls were lying off Ichaboe, and, as was no settled authority to regulate the trade of the place, a scene of indescribable confusion and tumult soon presented itself. The crews of several of the ships having establishd themselves upon the table-land at the top of the island, (tho.island being little more than a huge rock, rising with almost perpendicular cliffs from the ocean,) a dispute arose between them and their captains, which soon proceeded to open mutiny on the part of the men. The only access to their...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
. m &gt;•• »■ Too Good to be Lost. —"My son," said Mr. N., (a Yankee whose conversation is reported in the New Haven Register,) "how could you marry an "Why father," said the son, "I am not able to keep two women, and had I married a Yankee girl I'd had to have an Irish girl to take care ot her 1" ty Once upon a time,'an Irishman and a ncgroe were fighting, and while grappling with each other,the Irishman excalimed: "You black devil, cry 'enough!' I'll fight till I die !" "So'll I," sung out the negro; "I tlwayn
Our Second Vloume. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
Our Second Volume. Marin County Journal. San Rafael, March 22, 1862. At the commencement of a new year of the JORNAL it is natural and profitable for us to look forward and contemplate the field in which we are to labor, and consider how we may accomplish the most good, both to the community in which we live, and to ourselves. A country newspaper judiciously and faithfully conducted, cannot but disseminate a vast amount of useful and important information; and thus promote the interest of its readers. We shall endeavor to state facts as they occur, and give our own conclusions and opinions for what they are worth. It is disingenuous, and brings newspapers into disrepute when their conductors undertake to misrepresent and twist the truth, for the purpose of swaying the minds of their readers, and of fastening upon them their own peculiar views and sentiments. This course disgusts a thinking man as soon as discovered, and it cannot long be concealed. The book and newspaper world aboun...
St. Patrick's Day In Petaluma. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
St. Patrick's Day in Petaluma. The Petaluma Argus says the Emmet Rifles made their first appearance before the public in uniform on St. Patrick's Day. — They left their armory at 1 o'clock, led by a detachment of the Petaluma Guard, Walcott's and the Petaluma Brass Band, playing the National airs of Erin and America. After marching through the principal streets the company was drawn up in front of the Petaluma House, where a handsome flag of green silk, bearing upon it in letters of gold, "Emmet Rifles," and underneath an Irish Harp and Shamrock Boughs, with "No Tyrant Shall Rule us." This elegant banner was made by the fair hands of the Irish ladies of Petaluma, and presented through a gifted and beautiful young lady, Miss M. E. Williams, who, coming forward on the platform, said: ''GENTLEMEN OF THE EMMET RIFLES —- Officers and Members: It is with the greatest pleasure I have accepted the favor my friends have been so kind as to confer upon me, and I am afforded extreme satisfactio...
Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
Telegraphic. SALT LAKE, March 19th 9:30 P. M. — Eastern line down east of Overland City. Reported that immigrants had cut down our poles for firewood. A terrible snowstorm has been raging for the last two days between Fort Laramie and Omaha. Snow reported four to six feet deep. The Overland stage was deserted to-day by the driver seven miles west of Overland City, fast in the snow. The stage from the East due at that place is fast in the snow. — The team had escaped. No coach passed that road for two days. Brigham Young was officially notified on the 17th instant of his election as Govenor of the State of Deseret. He took the oath of office, and has called upon the Legislature to meet at this place on the 14th of April, to elect U. S. Senators to Congress, and for the transaction of other business. Stars and stripes wave in various portions of the city. Union sentiments are everywhere expressed, and people hope for the speedy admission into the Union under their State Government. — ...
Report of the State Controller. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
Report of the State Controller. THE following is the report of the State Controller, made to the Senate in compliance with a resolution from that body: Office of the Controller of State, } Sacramento, March 8, 1862. } To the Honorable the President of the Senate of the State of California: — ln compliance with a concurrent resolution adopted in Senate, February 20, 1862, and concurred in by the Assembly, Feb. 21, 1862, requiring the Treasurer and Controller to communicate to the Legislature "the amount of liabilities of the State at the commencement of this session; the payments since made, and when the liabilities so paid accrued; the present liabilities of the State, exclusive of funded debts; the receipts since the regular settlements of the County Treasurers in November 1861, and their disposition; how the one hundred thousand dollars transferred on the 15th of January, 1862, from the Swamp Land Fund to the General Fund had been expended, and such further matters as effect the f...
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. Marin CountyJournal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which attention will be given. Notices of Births, Marriages and Deaths inserted free of charge. OUR AGENTS. THOS. BOYCE, corner of Washington and Montgomery streets, San Francisco. H. T. JONES, Novato. RICHARD MAGEE, Nicasio. E. EVY, Olema. THOS. K. WATSON, San Quentin. L. DENOS, Reed Rancho. SATURDAY, MARCH 22nd
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. HURRAH FOR THE FLAG. — The new flagstaff which has been erected at the State Prison, is a very creditable affair, and reflects great credit on those who originated the idea of flying our national colors on the grounds of this institution. For beauty and symmetry of construction it cannot be surpassed in the State — in height 140 feet, ship-shape, with lower, top, and top-gallant mast; shrouds, back-stays, and lots of other nautical paraphernalia which we will not undertake to describe. At 3 o'clock P. M., on Saturday, all being in readiness, Miss Jennings, of San Francisco, was assigned the task of hoisting the emblem of our glorious Union to the mast head, and gallantly the young lady acquitted herself. A thundering salute of 34 guns as a fitting accompaniment told the country within hearing that those who participated were true to the flag and country. BALL. — A Ball for the benefit of the Public School of this Township will come off on Thursday next, in the ne...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
I . ? i Hate you ever watched an icicle •• it i formed f You noticed bow it froie one drop i 9 at a time until it ia a foot long or more. If the water waa clear, the icicle remained clear, ' and aparkled brightly in the sun : If the wa- i ter waaalightly muddy, the icicle looked i , foul, and its beauty waa spoiled. Just so our i chracters are forming. One little thought or i or feeling at a time adds to its influence.— If every .thought be pure and right ( the soul ] will be lovely, and will sparkle with happi- ! ness : but if impure and wrong, there will ; be final deformity and wretchedness. i
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] . Wheat #• 100 lbs— Flour per bbl—- , For seed, $2,75@3,00: Superfine, 6,50@750 j «' raUling, 2,8402,60! Extra,... 8,00@8,50 , Barley,seed,l,2s@l,37i Baker's ex 9,00(fl)$10 i do brew.l,22@l,2oCornmcal—r do feed 1,00@1,10i 5@5J . Seed Oats, .1,25@1,37: .3@4 , Feed 0at5,.1,15@1,25;Hay .$24@26 Com 2,25@2,50 Potatos #&gt;•» 3@4 | Rye 3,email@example.com:Beans 5@6 , Buckwheat,3,oo@3,so;Onions,.. .6,00@7,00 , SqUash^tunJlO®^!. l t hides, wool, tallow, etc. ! Wool, common coarse, do bestquality 00@22 do extra Merino, 25@30 i Refined Tallow, #&gt;% o@6 Dry Hides, #"lb @lO Sheep skins, wool on, 13@16 do da plain, ~12@15 f Goat skins, each 30@37 i butter, cheese, etc. Butter, California, s*ib 30@37 l " .Eastern 20@32 ' Eggs ty dozen 50 , Cheese, California, lb 20@25 l—.».».»■ &gt; Cattle market. average slaughterer's prices. ' BEEF— American, first quality, @l3 " second do [ Spanish, fi...
SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
SPECIAL NOTICES. 1 Clove Anodyne Toothache Drops.— I . Why will you continue • martyr to tooth- &lt; ache and broken rest, while a simple, pleaaant I , and efficacious remedy is within your reach ? ' , Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you &gt; , will obtain immediate relief. It will not in ( , the slightest degree discolor the pearly enam- 1 el of the teeth, injure the gums, or unplens- ' antly affect the breath. Eminent Dentists l ' constantly Use it in their practice, and I praise it highly* [f 8 &lt; Fish's Haift RestoiiativE.-"-This is eni tirely a home pfbdUctibfl tfncl has been t&gt;e- ' fore the public for the last five years. It ( needs but a trial to convince all of its merits, i Original ccrteftcate of hundreds in this State ' , are in the poessession of the responsible ' . house of Reddington &amp; Co. See Adv. ' Toothache—Cured in one minute 11— , ; For twenty-Hve cents, by the Clove Ano- , dyne Tooth-ache Drops. Acting upon | 1 the ner...
BALL [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
BALL FOR THE Benefit of the Public School OF San Rafael District, WILL TAKE PLACE AT The New School House, On Thursday the 27th of March. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. D. T. Taylor, | Chas. Talcott, V. D. Doub, | J. Short, T. H. Hanson, | Jas. Harris, Jas. Dixon, | Jno. Reynolds, P. K. Austin, | H. T. Jones, John Simms, | J. T. Stocker, D. Clingan, | S. Richardson. No special invitations will be issued. TICKETS, $2,00.
ROMAN EYE BALSAM. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 22 March 1862
ROMAN EYE BALSAM. i FOR INFLAMED EYELWES, COMMON. ' LY CALLED SORE EYES. » This Balaam waa used for many years in [ I the private practice of a celebrated Oculist, ' with the greatest aucces. In cases where the Eyelids are inflamed.or ' • the ball of the Eye thickly covered with ' blood, it acts almost like magic, and removes all appearances of Inflamation after two or ; three applications. There is a numerous class " of persons that are peculiarly exposed to accidents or diseases that weaken and inflame ' f the Eyes, and perhaps,destroy the sight,such , as Miners, Mechanics, and other operatives , • in metal, who, from the nature of their employments, are compelled to work in a cloud ' of dust and grit. Read the following evidence : 1 "Biobamton, Jan. 7th, 1864. '•Messers. A. B.&amp; D. Sands : i "Gentlemen—Your Roman Eye Balsam, ' which I was recommended to use for my ' daughter's eyes, has acted on them like a 1 charm. Her eyes, which had for several ' montha been very mu...