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READ! READ!! [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 April 1862
READ! READ!! Head tho following certificates and be convinced: Gallinas, Boot. 15, ISGI. To John J)e Fries, Ksq.., San Rafael. I hereby eertify tlmt I have been afflicted i with the most severe ease of Rheumatism of a most unusual character, for several years, and during that period I have been advised : and under tho treatment of. ome of the most • eminent physicians without the least bone- ' lit, and have b"cn pronounced incurable by several of :hem. 1 was advised by a friend , to try your tretmnont. I did so, ns a last ' resort, as I w..'» lame and helpless as an inl fant, end to my surprise and gratification I . found myself cured and able to go to worft in (he short space of live weeks, and have been cured and well now for about one year, . and find your medicine most excellent and without any had effort —the same as mercury or other medicine often has—and I can rcc- &gt; ommend your treatment to all those affected. RICHARD DOWDELL. Sworn and subscribed before mo thU 16...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 April 1862
FOR &amp;AMA&amp;. new (rrovor &amp; Jlakcr Sowing Maohi Apply ut this oilic". i Treasurer's Office, } Mnrln County, ji "IqEALED PHOPOSALSfor tho surrender i|£s of County Warrants or Sc:rip, directed to tln&gt; un&lt;l( rslgned, \&gt; ill bfl re el Ived up to tli" i last day of the session of the next regular 11 meeting of tli" Board of Suprrvisora of Marin County. X'&gt; proposal will be considered nleu aeoompanied bv tbe scrip or warrants. Dated Sttti llofacl, Man!, Ut lsr.2. J.vs. DIXON, i ml Co. Treasurer wf Marin Co,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 April 1862
Jan •jHtncis'o giwemtemenfo. I. M. SIRtiEK &amp; CO'S. NEW STYLE FA MILY SEWING MACHINES. We have just received a lot of our letter "A" Machines, with improved Face Plate. The improvements recently made in this Machine make it what hus long been desired by families in w.r.jt of a Machine for doing heavy as well 38 light work. By the improvement in the Face Plate and new arrangement of the thread, the breaking of needles and thread is altogether obviated. Always oai IssatwJ Machines for TAILORING, XUOEMAKING a. i rrEWM )i. I ttreus rinding lOOT-FIT'I'ING, CLOVE MAKING, HARNESS &amp; LEATHER WORK c. : ;.* ni. ir, s trimmino, And'nil branches of manufacturing where Sewing Machines ure used. Also on har.d, r. supply of ,"&gt;i!!:, cf every color and sh'.e, fior.i tha finest for Etitchiiagi to heavy silk for embroidering—all of our own m.'.nuf.jcturr, and superior to any ever brought to tins market. I). V. uRQPEIiICIv, Afjent, dec 8 I'M Montgomery St'.eet. !«J?l'K...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 April 1862
il'an J'iunmcc- &lt;-,Jdvnlucviam. Fish's Infallible Eestorative I'OK THE H AIR. WILL Restore &amp;SB'ey Hair •ro its OBIGI3VAIL COLOR. It prevents the Hair from falling off. I' cures Baldness ami removes nil dandruff am. scurf from the head. It allays all irritation of the scalp. '. cools and refreshes tho head, and imparts ti the hair a healthy, lively appearance. P. S, —The properties which remove dandruff and scurf fom the head, allay irritatioi and free tho scalp from tho humor:-, reude this article invaluable as a lotion in all cutaneous affections! such us Itch, Hash, Salt Rheum 1 , Chiblams, Erysipelas, P.hrj-.vorir.s. Shingles, Bites and Stags of and al eruptions of the skin, cspceiaUyJiJßt caused by Poison Oak. The only genuine article is put up in Pin" Bottles, and has the written signature o X" Mills the original proprietor and manu facrmcr on the label nud wrapcr. Bevftir of all put up different style, which ia couter fit. REDDINGTON &amp; CO., W...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 April 1862
(•fan gnmieac •o yhlveiJiitmwwFor San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER P ETA L U m A raasss 'Notice to Cattle Drovers RANCHEROS. THIS steamer will touch daily at the wharf at San Quentin, en which there ia no tolls —and opposite the landing in San Francisco, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can he placed, free of charge, until the time specified in the ordinance to allow them to he driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell &amp; Ford, (Kmnmissiou gUdjiutis, 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET,. m'23—ly SAN FRANCISCO COME B© W IS!! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPERANCE HOUSE, Nob, _L :Vi and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis. £3P*Every luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! BOAI&amp;j&amp;j §3,o©P©a»WeeK. Lodgings, £l,OO " " Single IfleaSsj S3, cls. a 27 ly WM. F. Mc^ILLESTER, Charles F. Bobbins,, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l arid 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. * PAII'ITSB, &amp; CO. OGI pj ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
...».». TERMS. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year, s4f oo Six mouthy 2 50 Three months, 1 25 EF*Advertisements inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 10 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. fJB 8 * A liberal discount made to yearly ad-
Poetical [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
Poetical For the Journal. The Captive's Prayer. From dreams of sunny Italy's shores, I wake to find it dark and lone, And on the night-air's dreary moan Is borne a sigh for days now gone— How numbered with the days of yore. How calm and still the holy night, Closed are all eyes in slumber deep, But I can only sit and weep, For me there comes no more sweet sleep, But restless dreams, till morning light. .Dreams of my far off, Southern home, Where my dear mother lowly kneels, And to the sainted one, reveals t All that she fears, and hopes, and feels For her lost one, who never comes. And as her prayer ascends to Him, To whom we never plead in vain, Her thoughts arc knit by subtle train To many a memory again That time and change can never dim. Dear, holy Saviour at thy feet Behold I humbly kneel and pray That once, for me, again the day May come, when joyous hearts and gay, The wanderer's glad return will greet! &lt;2ould'st thou but lift the veil for me, That hides from our d...
Kissing. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
Kissing. "Oh, quit—got out!—now, don't you!— . I really wish you wouldn't! Oh, quit J—will you ?—get out!— ' Tou know you ought to shouldn't." , "There, now, you've got it—oh, be still! &lt; You than't have any more; , You've got—oh J take away your face!— "What no man's got before." I "Once more?—there-that'll do!—don't! ' You've rumpled up my hair, 1 If you'll but quit, I'll give you one— Now take it—there—there— there .'" ' *"' """' ' Ok the Erie Canal there are 5,598 i boats. j
Burning of Norfolk in 1776. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
Burning of Norfolk in 1776. The subjoined account of the burning of Norfolk, Va. was some years ago received from the lips of a venrablc old lady, since deceased. "I was only in my sixteenth year," said the venerable narator, "when the cannonading and burning of Norfolk took place, by the order of the Royal Govenor, Lord Dunmore; but young as I was, the impression of many things is as clear and vivid to me now as if they had happened yesterday. I was at tho time residing with my uncle and t aunt, who had a very handsome residence on one of the principal streets running back from the river. "One day, toward the last of the , year 1775,1 remember my uncle comming home uuder a great excitement, declaring the patriots had won the first battle at Great Bridge—that the old scoundel.Lord Dunmore,had,with many of his followers and partisans, fled for their lives to a vessel in the stream—and thanking God that the patriot army, under Col. Woodford would soon have possession of the town. "Aft...
SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
SPECIAL NOTICES. Clove Anouvnk Toothache Diiora.— « Why will you continue a martyr to toothache and broken rest, while a timple, pleasant and efficacious remedy i» within your reach? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNK and 70*1 will obtain immediate relief. It will not in the slightest degree discolor the pearly enamel of the teeth, injure the gums, or unpleasantly affect the breath. Rminenl Dentist* constantly use it in their prattle*, ana\ praise it highly. [f I Fish's Hair Hkstorativh.—This is entirely a home production and has been before the public for the last five years. It needs but a trial to convince nil of it* merits. 'Original certetieutc of hundreds in this State are in the poessossion of the rvsponsable house of Reddington &amp; Co. See Adv. Tootiiachk—Cured in one minute !! For twenty-live cents, by the Clove AwonYNE Tooth ache Droi'n. Acting upon the nerve it imparts instantaneous relief,without discoloring the teeth or unpleasantly sfsffecting the breath or palate. Once...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
POLL TAXI POLL TAX!! TOTICE i« hereby ttiven that John J. I Grinter, E'mj., the County Assessor of Marin County, hiix been by me appointed Deputy Poll Tax Collector, and all anil every person from whom the Poll Tax in due, are required to pay the same to him, or at my office in Kan Rafael. San Rafael, Marin Co., April 2nd 18J2. VAI,. I). DOUB, Sheriff and Tax Collector Marin County. a.5 L. BAIINETT, Fruit and Variety Store, SAX RAFAEL. Tho best Cigars, Chewing and SMOKING TOBACCO, constantly on hand. m23—tf. IRISH'S lIAIR RESTORATIVE. fn*2,oo V botdes. For sale by L, BAKNETT. (ASH wanted at this office. Apply immeU diatclv. 43
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. San Rafael, April 12th, 1862. Geological Survey of California. --- PROF. BREWER and Mr. C. F. Hoffman of the State Geological Corps left this place on Tuesday last for San Francisco. They had been detached by Professor Whitney, State Geologist, for reconnoissance, and obtaining information in regard to the geological structure and topography of the lower part of Marin County. On their return they will examine the localities in the direction of Olema, Bolinas, Punta Reyes and Tomales. It is now little over a year since Professor Whitney commenced his field work — during which time he has explored a vast region of country, from below Santa Barbara northwardly along the Coast and Monte Diablo range of Mountains to Napa, Sonoma and Marin counties, preparatory to laying down the topography of the State in a series of maps now being constructed, about fifty of which are nearly completed. Mr. Brewer collected in this vicinity a large quantity of rocks, fossils, and bo...
State Prison Report. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
State Prison Report. --- THE Report of the State Prison Directors has at length made its appearance. We understand that its delay has been occasioned by the complicated and irregular manner in which the accounts of that concern had been kept. It having required much time and labor to arrange the books so as to present the doings of the Directors to the Public in an intelligible form. The Report represents the condition of the convicts as much improved during the time the State Prison was under their charge. They have been abundantly supplied with good, wholesome food, and comfortably clad — scarcely any sickness, and but 26 escapes. Amount of cash drawn from the Treasury for the support of the Prison, from Jan'y. 1st 1861 to Jan. 18th '62 ................... $46,730 00 Salaries of Directors for 12 mos. 2,700 00 Total ........................................... $49,430 22 Amount of outstanding indebtedness, Jan. 18th 1862 ..................................... $9,223 24 Total cost to ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ROBBERY. — On Tuesday evening last, some person or persons as yet unknown, entered the butcher shop of Messrs. Sewell &amp; Hardman of this place, and abstracted from the trunk of Mr. E. Dubois the sum of $483. Mr. Dubois had placed the money in his trunk, which he left unlocked, but a few hours previous to the robbery, intending to depsit it in a place of safety on the following day, but was relieved of farther care in regard to it by the action of the thief. Efforts were made to obtain some clue that might lead to the detection of the person or persons who committed the theft but without avail. We hope the offender may turn up and meet the punishment he deserves. ROADS. — Notice has been given that applicaion will be made to the BHoard of Supervisors to establish a county road, commencing near the residence of A. Mills, in Tomales Township, to a point on the County Road leading from Tomales to Petaluma. Also, from Brady &amp; Bro's. store to the...
Telegraphic. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
Telegraphic. Cairo, April 3d. — lntelligence has been received from Island No. 10. No injury occurred to the mortar gunboats by the tornadoes. Col. Roberts, with 50 picked men of the 42d Illinois, went on an expedition to the upper Rebel battery. On arriving they were fired on by the sentinels, who immediately fled, Our men then spiked all the guns in the battery, amongst the number some 64pounders and 32-pounders. The expedition returned safely, no man having received a scratch. Further accounts of the affair at Union City represent the retreat of the rebels as being very precipitate. They werw breakfasting, unsuspecting an attack, when our forces attacked and opened upon them with artillery. Their breakfast was left upon the tables. The Rebel mail captured yesterday at Union City contained letters from Confederate troops at Island No. 10, which represented the troops as disheartened and disappointed. Com. Foote is waiting for something which is tolerable certain to occur, and woul...
Still Later. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
Still Later. Dates to the 10th. A desperate fight was going on near Santa Fe, the 26th day of Febuary. Col. Slough with 1300 Federal troops engaged 1100 Texeans — at 4 o'clock, P. M. The fighting ceased by mutual consent. The rebel supply train, consisting of 52 wagons, was captured and burned and one cannon spiked. The informant left the morning after the battle and expects the contest would be ended that day. ST. JOSEPH, Mo., April 9 — 10 P. M. CAPTURE OF THE ENEMY'S FLOATING BATTERY AT ISLAND No. 10 HEADQUARTERS, DEPARTMENT OF THE } MISSISSIPPI, ST LOUIS, 8th April — 8:39 A. M. } To Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary of War, Washington. — Gen, Pope crossed the Mississippi river yesterday, and captured the enemy's floating battery, carrying fourteen guns, and occupied Tiptonville, THE ENEMY DRIVEN FROM THE WORKS BELOW NEW MADRID. The enemy were driven trom their works below New Madrid, leaving behind their artilery, baggage, and sick. A land Battery of 12 heavy guns is taken. Gen. Pope...
SHERIFF'S SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 12 April 1862
SHERIFF'S SALE. BY Virtue of a decree of foreclosure of mortgage and order of sale issued out of the District Court of the 7th Judicial District, in and for the County of Marin, State of California, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the 5th day of March 1862, in the suit of E. B. Goddard et. als. against G. H. Harrison and D. M. Winans, wherein I am commanded to sell the following named property as described in said decree, to wit: "All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land situated in said County of Marin, and described in said mortgage as follows, viz — 'Beginning at a point in said County where the north-western line of fence of J. C. Jacks crosses the arroya or drain which passes the house now oocupied by Wm. Mitchell, thence in a north-easterly direction along said fence and with the same direction to a point on a line from the residence of J. C. Jacks to a gulch in the ridge, known as Green Gulch, passing a willow tree, thence up the said gulch to its source, and th...