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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
s;ut Jlafarl Stage (fo's., GENERAL OFFICE, AT THE MARIN HOTEL. , Proprietor." u2X JAMES AI.MSO.N. StagOS 1' live il illy I'ir San Qucn'in, tonri'vlii:;; with 'in' IVilllluulHlld Sill] L'Vvili'i-l'l -.'caniT-; au'l r' , tiH'Jiitilf, k'UVC S.in i^'Mji'"i ii'jou the arrival of the steamers t'roni Sin; Fi'uni i-cn. The Company arc prepared to fuvniih tin public with Carriages, Buggies, SADDLE NOIJSSS ar reasonable rates. E9Tarticular a" n'ion paid to unlivery. E. H. POMEUOY, A/t. d2l—tf Treasurer's Office, ) 'I Marin (.'(innlv. $ ;jnEALE.n PROPOSALS lor the surrender ■ij of County Warrants cir Scrip, direr-tic! In) t,hp undersigned, will he receivethup to the | last day of thu session of the next retjiihir .Imeetinm ftf the board of Supervisors ot Marin County. No proposal,»ill be consider! d unless accompanied by the scrip or warrants). Dated Ban Rafael, March l*t 1802. J AS. DIXON, ml Co. Treasurer of Marin Co, Mooting of tho Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th .Tudir-ial !)!-■ Hox. I?. W. Mr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
J'un Jrianciico yldvfdnannm. i ScoviUN Sai'sapariila KTIIXIXGIA, OB JB.lood ami lAver Syrup. ! XT is highly recommended by physicians to cute the Hollowing diseases, having meit uri,;ii) in a disordered state of the blood: tkiofula, Titter nr Silt Kheum, Scald head,! Canker, Ulcenrtimis and Enlarge- ! merit of the Joint*, Cancerous Tumors, Er. yslpi las ICii.ii's Evil, St.. Anthony's Fne, Obstinate Eruption-, White Swetlings.l'impuxon the Face, Rheumatism, lilotclit*, Fustules, Dyspepsia, ete.j Syphilitic ami Mercurial uuVcliuiis are cund; Chlorosis or oostruetions in Female*, Leucmrhei or Whites, are relieved by thu wee of this Mi dteiue. The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla in conjunction with siiilii.yi i are well known | by all tih«dic«l men to be the best compound I yet discovered to cl.iu.se and purity the! blood, a:.d eiatrivate all humors from the systcm. We have given the recipe to most physicians in the country, iliut they mayHknow what they are using; and »i I continu...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 3 May 1862
an JPianciico gfwetri For San Francisco. i WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, oticc to Cattle Drove RAJtCIiEROS. tearner will touch daily atthewh nr. Wucntin, on which there is no tc pposite the landing in San Franc corral in which cattle brought be placed, free of charge, until t •titled in the ordinance to allow thi iven through the streets. nolds, Howell &amp; Ford, ommissiou tJUctak AND 79 DA VIS STREET,. -ly SAN FRANCISCO 031 E DO WX !! GO TO THE ACIFIC TEMPERANCE HOUSE, X ;i."&gt; and 37 Pacific Street, between Fr 1 Davis. fKvei v luxury furnished. "LEASE NOTICE ! ! VLD, $3,00 Per Wee tAglngu, $l,OO " " Meals, 25 els. it 27 ly WM. F. McdLLESTER, i har les F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer in PE, PRESSES, g Material, liiks.Card Stoc os. 11l and 113 Clay Street, -ly SAN FRANCISCO. PAINTER &amp; CO. r Practical Printers and Dealers Type, Presses, Printing Materials, I.ik, l\([irr. Cards, &amp;'&lt;:. Clay Street, above Sansome, stub, } SAN FKANCISC...
TERMS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
TERMS. £yiNVAHU.ULY IN ADVANCE. One year, $4 00 Six months, 2 50 Three months, 1 25 E3P"Advertisements inserted at the following rates, 1 square of 10 lines or less, 2 00; each i% sertion thereafter 1 00 will be charged. |yA liberal discount made to yearly advertisers.
Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Poetical. For the Journal The Old Mill at liisso/.* I remember the house, and the orchard near by it, Where often I wandered in days passed away— The old water-wheel that ne'er was kept quiet From month's end to month's end, from night until day; The heavy wheel turning, our daily bread earning, My father stood watching his frolicsome boy—"While near the low window my mother sat churning, She too dearly loved the old mill at Lissoy. *Twas therein my childhood I first met young Norah, The gem of the household, both gentle and far; Although I remembered sweet Lizzie before her, My baby-love vanished to vapor and air: According to saying, we diily wont straying Over the meadows singing with joy ; Yet, during our rambles never delaying To visit the cherished old mill at Lissoy. A reokless young dreamer, I whiled many hours 4 Building high castles of silver anifstnne — Sporting wi h mo»it;Mtfj,earth's golden flowers, The foundation quaked, and/my hopes were o'erthrown; Against fortune si...
Speech of Parson Brownlow. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Speech of Parson Brownlow. Below is the Speech delivered in front of the St.Cloud Hotel, Nashville, March 17th, by Parson Brownlow : Gentleman : I am in a sad plight to say much of interest; too throughly incapciated to do justice to you or to myself. My throat has been disordered for the past three years, and I have been compelled to almost abandon public speaking. Last December I was thrust into an uncomfortable and disagreeable jail—for what? Treason! — Treason to the bogus Confederacy; and the proofs of that treason were articles which appeared in the Knoxville Wiiij in May last, when the State of Tennessee was a member of the imperishable Union. At the expiration of four weeks I bicame a victim to the typhoid fever, and was removed to n room in a decent dwelling, and a guard of seven men kept mo company. I subsequently became so weak that I could not turn over inmy bed, and the guard was increased to twelve men,for fear I should suddenly recover and run away to Kentucky, becomi...
Original. Farewell—A Waif. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Original. Farewell— A Waif. UY SHADOWS. Yes, I know this is an old theme ; but what of old wine, oh? I know ii it could have been worn out, it would hive been, long 'ere our lips had sylabled the uad word, Poets have deluged it with rhyme—the leas pretending •'craft" have prosed at it—and we have all used it; and yet how few of us ever teel its full import. I know oi'nothing so suggestive to mo of the sad pathos contained in the word farewell as the last lingering notes which the ear gathers from some far-off bell. What a host of"by-gones''—of "never mare's," its faint, rececding whispers awake ? few instinctively we link hands with memory, and go back again to childhood's home ; for that sound is but the photograph'of the one we listened to in boyhood—the distant bell, of the home returning kine. I can see them now, just emerging from the dim blue woods that skirt the grassy plain,whither they have been during the sultry summer day. How lovingly tiiose old woods wave their blue bro...
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. San Rafael, May 10, 1869. Eastern News. — The latest dispatches report Yorktown evacuated and in possession of the Federals. McClellan telegraphed to the War Department, May 5th, from Williamsburg, Va., announcing his occupation of that place. After a hard-fought battle the day before, the enemy abandoned their entire line during the night, leaving all their sick and wounded on his hands. Maj. Davis, of Harris' Light Cavalry, established his headquarters in the Farmers' Bank at Fredericksburg, as Provost Marshall of the city, hoisting the Stars and Stripes, for the first time in that city since the rebellion. It is rumored that the capital of the Southern Confederacy has been temporarily removed from Richmond to Danville, North Carolina. Reports that need confirmation of the evacuation of Corinth and Memphis. Beauregard's army moving in various directions, southward. Halleck's army still advancing towards Corinth. Latest accounts from New Orleans say that city ...
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. MAY BALL. — ln consequece of the early hour at which we went to press last week, we were precluded from giving a notice of the May Ball which came off on Friday the 2nd, for the benefit of the Public School of this Township. It was a meagre affair, in consequence, we suppose, of the inclement weather, and seemed more like a quaker meeting than what it was intended to be. — — The receipts were barely sufficient to cover the expenditure. Notwithstanding the gloomy aspect of those present, they managed to walk through the dances until about 3 o'clk., A. M., when they returned home satisfied that no one had enjoyed themselves. MAY DAY AT OLEMA. — We learn that considerable excitement existed at Olema, on the 1st of May, among the sporting fraternity, in consequence of the race set for that day between Dan Smith's horse 'Sleepy Jake,' and Juan Garcia's horse "Cracker,' for the sum of $1,600, The distance ran was 440 yds., and won by the former by about sixty yards. A ...
Board of Supervisors. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Board of Supervisors. MAY TERM, 1862. May 5. — The Board having under consideration the petition of citizens of Tomales township to alter and change a small portion of the road leading from Jas. Whittaker's in the direction of Petaluma, a few rods from its present location, to better ground. The road as now located runs over a ledge of rocks and nearly impossible to be worked. It is therefore ordered that said road be altered in pursuance to the prayer of said petitioners The petition of citizens of Tomales to continue the county road as now established between the following points — commencing at the School House on the County road leading to Preston's and Zimmerman's from said School House north to the Estero Americano. Ordered that said road be continued in pursuance to the prayer of said petition. H. Lawrence, J. Whittaker, and A. D. Easkoot were appointed road viewers. The petition of citizens of Tomales to change the road as surveyed and located in 1854, and declared a public ...
Report of the Grand Jury. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Report of the Grand Jury. To the Honorable Court of Sessions of Marin County: The Grand Jury of the County of Marin, most respectfully submit the following report: That they have found a true bill against Carlos Rohanio and Huesta Maisea, (lndians) that they have examined into the condition of the Public Buildings, County Records &amp;c. — That they found the County Jail in a horrible condition — not fit for any human being to be incarcerated therein; and they would recommend that immediate steps be taken to ventilate and cleanse said jail from the stench and filth. They also beg leave to report that they have examined the books of the County Treasurer and County Auditor, and find them kept in a manner satisfactory to this body, and award praise and return thanks to said officers for courtesy and attention exhibited towards this body in the discharge of their duties, ROBERT C. CI.ARK, San Rafael, May 7th 1862. Foreman.
County Court. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
County Court. H. H. Broker, } vs Jas. Hyatt. } Appeal from Justice Nuckolds' Court, San Antonia Township. Judgment for defendant. John Lucas } vs } Continued. Jno. DeFries, } People } vs } Continued. John Defries. } THE DAMAGE TO THE MERRIMAC. A recent dispatch from Washington, published in a St Louis paper, states that it has positive information as to the loss of life on the Merrimac in her encounter with the Yankee "cheese box," derived from a recently arrived "contreband." Hie was a nurse in the general hospital at Norfolk, and up to the time of his departure he had helped to shroud 32 of the crew of the Merrimac, and that both Commander Buchanan and Lieutennant Miner are dead. There were still a number of wounded surviving, The "contraband" also also states the last two shots of the Monitor were represented to be the only ones that seriously injured the Merrimac. The shots were thrown under her shield at the moment she attempted to run the Monitor down. "Sir." said a lady to a ...
Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Eastern News. ST. LOUIS, May 4th, 1862. — The Rebels have evacuated Yorktown and retreated toward Richmond. The Federals have taken posession of Yorktown, and seized a large amount of ammunition, stores and guns, which the Rebbels were unable to carry away. The retreat was hurried by the appearance of our army, whose approaches had come within shelling distance of the enemy's works. General McClellan's army was in full pursuit of the retreating Rebels. May 6th. — General McClellan's advance has penetrated beyond Williamsburg, and was pushing forward towards Richmond. The fleet had moved up the York river as high as West Point, (at the head of that river, and connected with Richmond by rail,) and captured a number of Rebel gun-boats. It also captured and destroyed a number of transports. The Railroad Bridge leading to Richmond from West Point was destroyed by our fleet. A large number of Prisoners are reported captured at West Point. A fight occurred at Lebanon, Tennessee, on Monday,...
[COMMUNICATED.] Coolieism in Marin. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
[COMMUNICATED.] Coolieism in Marin. Ed. Journal. — The trials and troubles of laboring men have ever been a source of grievance, and have been forcibly set forth by writers in language, with truthfulness stamped upon every word. Associations have been formed having for their object the protection of the white laboring classes. All encroachments upon their legitimate sphere of action have been zealously watched, and promptly denounced — whether they were made by the importation of coolies, negroes, or in any manner whatever. It would seem scarcely credible that any of our farmers could be lost to all sense of what is due their less fortunate white brethren, as to prefer the Chinese. Honest white laborers are despised by those whose fanatical cries about the injustice done to white labor by the institution of slavery in the South can be heard from one end of the county to the other. Such is the fact; white men have been set adrift by those would-be philanthropists to make way for Chin...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
NOTICE. A meeting of the County Republican Central Committee will be held at the Court House in San Rafael, on Saturday, May 17th, 1862, at 2 o'clock, P. M. A full attendance is requested as business of importance will be laid before the meeting. m10 J. D. BULLIS, Chairman. List of Letters REMAINING in the Post Office at San Rafael, Apri 23d 1862: A Acaras, Mrs. F. Bradley, J. W. 2 C Coy, John, | Cunningham, R. 2 Chisholm, D. 2 | Carruther, Thomas D Drummond, Mrs. E. | Derrick, Rev. C. Derrick, Columbus Eustis, G. B. 2 Fritch, James Felton, H. J. 2 Kilally, Mary Merethew, C. F. McVeight, Edgar Francisco, Delfield. Frazer, Luman K Knapp, J. W. 2" M Moate, George McDonald, Edgarr Page, E. W. 4 | Parks, J. H. Peralta, H. | Preston, J. M. Penny, F. B. | Parredu, A. Pinard, John S Sutherland, W. | Sanders, W. T Tulleners, H. | Torres, Mr. M. U Uxtramm, J. 2 W Wheelock, A. G. a26 D. BLOCK, P. M. OLD^I'W'S DELTA EYE OPENER.. A healthy, pure, invigorating American Drink, peculiarly adapted ...
MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
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. 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, MAY 10
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] Wheat #* 100 lbs— Flour per bbl— For seed, $2,50@3,00 Superfine, 7,50@700 •' milling, 2,25(«&gt;2,75: Extra,... 8,0008,50 8ar1ey,5eed,1,4501,37: Baker'sex9,oo(«Boo do brew.1,3701,50 Cormneal—do feed 1,3701,45! sos* Reed Oats, ,1;60®1,76\ Domcstics'lb. .405 Feed Oats,. 1,250 l,so ! Hay #&gt;"tun. .$22025 Corn, .... .a.fiOgS.OOl'otatos tyth 304 Rye 4,50©.600;8eans 506 Buck\vheat,3,OOo3,oO;Onion.s,.. .5,0007,00 Squashy tun,s 10@ 12: HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. Wool, common coarse .&lt;|p'lhlo@2o do best quality, 00022 do extra Merino,,..«. 25030 Refined Tallow, s@6 Dry Hides, jflb .@l3 Sheep skins, wool on, 13016 do do plain, 12(rt&gt;15 Goat skins, each 30037 IIUTTEU, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, ty\h 27035 " Eastern 28032 Eggs sp* dozen ..... .35 Cheese, California, ty'tb 20025 .„.»._.
Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 10 May 1862
Cattle Market. AVERAGE SLAUGHTERER'S TRICES. HBEEF— American, first quality, 5(57 " second do 2f«j t Spanish, first quality, 4(n)5 2d do. 2 VEAL 4@Bc IIOCiS Stock 2@310 Fat, on foot i(ti}l&gt;c Fat, dressed, 5(«;7c MUTTON— Dressed 3@7c MILCH COWSFirst quality S2S&lt;WGO Second quality $16@25