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MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. M Rafael, April 20th, 1803. pyAn Englishman and a Yankee beiag in promisucous company,the former Was so much struck with some old air sung by the latter, that he asked the name of it. "Oh nothing hut the tune the old cow died on," was the response. "You don't deceive me that way," said the Englishman. The Yankee struck up Yankee Doodle. •'What is that ?" asked his companion. "That's the tunc old Bull died on," was the very prompt reply. No further questions were asked.
SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
SPECIAL NOTICES. Clove Anodyne Tooth ache Dhoi-s. — Why will you continue ■ martyr to toothache and broken rest, while* simple, pleasant and efficacious remedy is within vourresch ? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE snd you will obtain immediate relief. It will not in the slightest degree discolor the pearly enamel of the teeth, injure the gums, or unplensantly affect the breath. Eminent Dentists constantly use it in their practice, and praise it highly. [f 8 Fish's Hair Restorative.—This is entirely a home production and has been hefore the public for the last five years. It needs but a trial to convince all of its merits. Original certeficatc of hundreds in this State are in tlte pcesscssion of the respousablc house of Reddington St Co. See Adv. Toothache—Cured in one minute !I For twenty-five cents, by the Clovb Anodyne Tooth ache Danes. Acting upon the nerve it imparts instsntaneous relief, without discoloring the teeth or unples«nntly afaffecting the breath or palate. Once used, you will...
READ! READ!! [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
READ! READ!! 7?&lt;W Ote foiloieing certificates and be eonvin}ced: Gallinas, Sept. 15, 18G1. ;To John De Fries, Esq., San Rafael. I hereby certify that I have been afflicted 'with the most severe ease of Rheumatism of a most unusual character, for several years, ■ end during that period I have been advised jand under the treatment of some of themost 'eminent physicians without the least benefit, and have been pronounced incurable by several of them. I was adviited by a friend ■to try your treatment. I did so, as a last J resort, as I was lame and helpless as an injfant, and to my surprise and gratification I found myself cured and able to go to work in the short space of five week-, and have! been cured a:.d well now for about one year, and find your medicine most excellent and without any bad effort—the same as mercury jor other medicine often has—and I can recommend your treatment to all those affected. RICHARD DUWDELL. Sworn and subscribed before me this ICth jday of Sep...
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. COMMERCIAL. 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. OUR AGENTS. 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, APRIL 20. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] Wheat ty 100 lbs— Flour per bbl— For seed, $2,50@3,00; Superfine, " milling, 2,20(j£2,75: Extra,... 7,00(w7,00 -Barley,seed, 1 ,25@1,37 linker's ex oO do brew.l, 37@1,50 Cornmcal—do feed 1,37fe»1,40 Eastern,jp*bbl 5@54 •Seed Oats, .1,50@1,75; I)omestie|j/lb. ,i(«o Feed 0at5,.1,25@1,00 Ilav ([.'tun. ,$20f«22 &lt;J6rn, 2,oo@3,ool'otatos 4J/1b... .3(«t Kye, 4,oo@.6oP!lseuns o(". 6 Duck wheat,3,oo(f()3,y(l:Onions, Squash tun, $ 10@ 12', HIDES, wool., TALLOW, ETC. Wool, common coarse, |j J...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
Fish's Infallible Restorative KOU THE HAIR. WILL Restore Gvey Hair ORIGINAL COLOR. It prevents the Hair from falling off. It cures Baldness and removes all dandruff and -curf from tl.f head. It allays all irritation of the scalp. I' cools and refreshes the head, and imparts to the hair a healthy, lively appearance. P. S,—The properties which remove dand ruff and scurf fom the head, allay irritation and free the scalp from the humors, reader this article invaluable cm a lotion in all cutaneous affections; such as Itch, Hash, Salt Kheum, Chiblains, Erysipelas, Ringworms. Shingles, Bites and Bungs of insects, and ell eruptions of the skin,cspecially that caused by PouonOak. The only genuine article is put up in Pint Botti.es, and has the written signature of N" Mills the orignal proprietor and manufacturer on the label and wraper. Beware of all put up different style, which is eouterfit. KEDIXOTOX &amp; CO., Wholesale Agents, 409 &amp; 411 Clay street Attention Bridge B...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
DELEHANTY &amp; SKELLY, hu 1 Ull I Market street, near Mi-" inn, San Front isco. Have constantly on Land a large supply of Bottles, Twines, Ad&lt;h, Corks, Hmla Stock, For the trade ami Country Merchants. Alt of which will be sold to the trade at thelowest cash prices. J fi»'Sole agents in California NWAItK CHAMPAGNE CIDKII. [■y Orders bypostoroflionvisepHnctually attended to, and (foods delivered anywhere n the cltv or county of San Francisco. vlnl lit' San |Mtel Stage (lo's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT TUB MARIN lIOT.EL. J Proprietors. JAMI'.S Ai.l.lsoN. \ ' StogOS l".ive daily fur San Quentlrt, connecting with the lV'idumnandSnn lYvnci-cn steamers; and returning, leave San Quintin upon tlie arrival of the steamers from San 1'! inei-eo. The Con public wit' are pn pared !o furnish the Carriages, Buggies, SADDLE h'OrJGES at reasonable rates. 'articular attention pfiid to TTO1 ,C; T! ry. E. 11. POMEItOY, A/t. on livery. dJl—tf Treasurer's OHice, ) Marin County, y qEALED PROPO...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
of an j/iuu&gt;oco tg/idveii&amp;enwnli. 1. M. *&gt;£.\XiElt Sc t'OV .. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. We have just received a lot of our letter 'A" Machines, with improved Face Plate. chine mlike it what line long been desired by families in want o' a Machine tor doing hca vv as well as light work. l!y the Improvement in the Face Plate and new arrangement of the thread, the breaking of needles and hread is altogether obviated. Always on baud Machines for TAILORIXG, SIIOEMAKIXG aAIT£nitf,3I.ITTRESSIBIXDI2fG,\ BOOT-FiTTIXG, GLOVE MAKIXG, JIARXESS $ LEATHER WORK CARRIAGE TRIMMIXG, And all branch*! of manufacturing where Sewing Machine* are used. Alsu on hand, a supply of Silk, of even color end size, h»m the finest for stitching, to heavy i-ilk for embroidering—all of our ■ &gt;wn manufacture, and superior to any ever brought to tl.i« n.inkit. D. V, BUODEPJOK, Agent, dec 8 lUi) Montgomery Street. l -rt.Mi WHOLESALE AND RETAIL AND DE.' Provisions, Flo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
j Wan Jrianciico gMMtHMßteftw. I ScoviU's Sarsaparilla —AND—OR Blood and Liver Syrup. I T is highly recommended by physicians to L cure the fallowing diseases, having their urigin in a disordered state of the blood: Scrofula, Titter or Salt Kheum, Scald head, Canker, Ulceartions and Enlargement of the Joints, Caucerous Tumors, Erysipelas King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings.Piinplesob the Face, Rheumatism, blotches, Pustules, Dyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercurial affections are cured; Chlorosis or obstructions in Females, Leueorrhea or Whites, are relieved by the use of this Medicine. The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla in conjunction with Slillingiaare well known by all n.idicsl men to be the best compound yet discovered to cleanse and purify the blood, and eradicate all humors from the system. We have given the recipe to most physicians in the country, thai they may know w hat they are Using; and will continue to send it by mail to those d...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 April 1862
&amp;t'an JhanaAco &amp;dvmiwtnenli. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, Notice to Cattle Drovers AND RAKCHEROS. THIS steamer will touch daily at the wharf at San Quentin, on which there is no tolls —and opposite the landing in San Francisco, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can be placed, free of charge, until the time specified in the ordinance to allow them to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell &amp; Ford, Commission !***"'" l 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FRANCISCO COiVIJG DOWN!! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPERANCE HOUSE, Nos, 35 and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis. luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! BOARD, $3,00 Per Week. Lodgings, $l,OO " " Wangle Meals, 25 els. a 27 ly WM. F. Mc^LLESTER, Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks.Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. •j-ji PAINTER &amp; CO. f-i "3 £7 r ract ' ca l Printers and Dea...
TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
TERMS. INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. One year, $4 00 Six months, 2 50 Three months, 1 25 Advertisements inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 10 lines or less, 2 00; each insertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. A liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.
Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
Poetical. For the Journal Good-by. 'Tis light to say farewell When lips but breathe a sigh, But oh ! there is a mystic spell Known as the hour draws nigh When hands are pressed within your ovrn And hearts whose love with strength hath grown Responding says with faltering tone That simple word good-by. 'Tis naught to say adieu! Such claims no tearful eye, The head is slightly bowed t» you As though it would defy — Another mortal with such grace To give the contour of a face ; While time itself could not erase The memory of good-by. Good-by's e solemn sound, It ne'er leaves the heart-springs dry, In the kiss of the trembling lips'ti.&gt; found, In the heave of a hearttelt sigh ; Oh ! 'tis a pain felt by the heart "When love and friendship meet to part, Ne'er yet portrayed by skilfull art Has been that-sweet good-by. SISTER MAY.
The Iron-Clad Monitor. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
The Iron-Clad Monitor. The following description of the iron■clad steamer Monitor, built by Ericsson "which did much signal service during the recent naval engagement in James a-iver. It will be noted that the fight of the Monitor and Merimac was the first combat in which the iron-clad vessels were used. The Monitor was built by C. B. Bushnel &amp; Co., at Greenpoint.Long Isand, opposite New York City, under the direction of Capt. Ericsson, the terms being that she was not to be accepted by the Government by the Government if on being subjugated to the enemies' guns at shortest range,it failed to fulfill the pledges of impregnability made in regard to it, which test she has gallantly withstood. Her hull is sharp at both ends, the bow projecting and coming to a point at an angle of eighty degrees to the sides inclining at an angle of fifty-one degrees to tr.e verticle line, flat-bottomed, sis and onehalf feet in depth, built light, of three eighth inch iron, one hundred and t...
[From "The Mountaineer."] SMOKING. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
[From "The Mountaineer."] SMOKING. A ri.nxAvooi) leaf fuom oak HILL. I Whew ! that nastv tobacco smoke,! j horrible, horrible—Whe—w if it isn't' enough to take any one of delicate Inerves and throw them completely o.T I their equilibrium. I declare it is past 1 all endurance. Strange these men — "Lords of creation' as they style themselves—will persist in that of all habits the most disagreeable. Indeed I almost wish Uncle Joe a mile off, whenever he enters my sewing-j room with his pipe in his mouth ; and making matters none the better, he throws himself on tlie lounge with the air of a Lord, as ho is, and raising his feet, places them on the back of my favorite willow chair: and then, with as much impudence as can he imagined, puffs away with all his might,laughing, (as he says) to sec the "beautiful wreath of tiny cloudlets that he is twining around my brow," while I sit with my head bent over my sewing, in hopes of avoiding it, and the tears rush scalding to my eyes, and that de...
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. San Rafael, May 3d, 1862. In a time of intense excitement such as prevades the United States at the present, it cannot be expected that a minute detail of the mighty events that are now daily occuring can be had — especially on this Pacific Coast, so remote from the scene of action. The news that is received — some is authentic — some the flying reports that may, or may not be correct. But enough is reliable to send a thrill of joy through the hearts of all loyal men. The time is now but short before the thunder of cannon and the crash of arms will be hushed — the slaughter counted — the widows and orphans numbered, and their wail of woe demanding the sympathy and charity of the philanthropist, will strike heavily upon the ears of the living. New Orleans is now occupied by the Federals. — Our fleet having succeeded in passing Forts Jackson and Phillips, appeared unexpectedly in front of that city, whilst the rebels were diligently fortifying against an attack i...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
The following are the concluding remarks of Hon. Andrew Johnson, of Tennessee, in the United States Senate, delivered January 31, 1862, on the proposed expulsion of Mr. Bright, Senator from Indiana. Mr. President, I have alluded to the talk about compromise. If I know myself there is no one who desires the preservation of this Government more than I do; and I think I have given as much evidencs as mortal man could give of my devotion to the Union. — My property has been sacrificed; my wife and children have been turned out of doors; my sons have been imprisoned; my son-in-law has had to run to the mountains; I have sacrificed a large amount of bonds in trying to give some evidence of my devotion to the Government under which I was raised. I have attempted to show you that on the part of the leaders of this rebellion there was no desire to compromise — compromise was not what they wanted; and now the great issue before the country is the perpetuation or the destruction of free Govern...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. COURTS. — On Monday next, the 5th instant the Court of Sessions, County Court, and Probate Court of this county will commence their sessions. The following is a list of the names regularly drawn to compose the Grand Jury for the Court of Sessions: R. C. Clark, | Thos. Carruther, Robert Bain, | M. Hanson, J. S. Crocker, | Wm. Robinson, Wm. G. Peach, | Jno. Collistsr, C. Murry, | G. Leonard, Jno. Gannon, | C. C Myrick, | John Simms, | P. Dolan, H. Cluver. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — The Board of Supervisors will meet on Monday nect, the 5th inst. NRXT Monday the County Courts of Marin County will be in session, and as there will be a considerable amount of business before them — grand and trial jurors, clients and witnesses from every part of the county — we would merely remind them that the JOURNAL office in on the main street, between the Marin Hotel and the Court House, where we would like to see everybody, and hear what they have to say. Our subscription book has a...
Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
Eastern News. St. Louis, April 26th. — Gen. Pope has conveyed a body of troops to Chickasaw, a post village of Franklin county, Alabama, on the Tennessee river, and at the mouth of Bear creek Gen. McDowell now occupies Fredericksburg, Va. Nothing further has been received from Pittsburg Landing. Gen. Halleck's command is said to be in splendid condition. St. Louis, April 27th. — Dispatches have been received in Washington announcing that the Federal forces are now in possession of Savannah, Georgia. [COMPILED FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.] CHICAGO, April 27. — A dispatch from Cario (Cairo?) says that deserters from the Rebel army are coming into our lines at Pittsburg Landing. They assert that Beauregard has withdrawn a considerable portion of his forces from Corinth for the defense of Memphis. The report is doubted, On Gen. Banks' position, Ashby's cavalry are scouting on both sides of the Mountain near Harrisburg, watching our movement and endeavoring to catch deserters. The main bod...