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Letter from Shirley R. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Letter from Shirley R. Ed. Journal. —Have you been wondering at my silence, or has Siiieley made so little impression on the readers of the "Journal" that they do not condescend to notice the non-fulfilment of her promise to "write again?" I had flattered myself that numberless inquiries would be made through the Journal far the talented and piquant writer from Lagunitas—but as as my search through the columns of your paper has been unrewarded, and my name seems destined to sink into oblivion, I have resolved to overcome my constitutional indolence and bring.myself again into notice. This is a lovely day—alternate smiles and tears. Just now the sun's beams are streaming in through the window, and lingering on the carpet, tinge the roses and green leaves with a golden huef-while out of doors the glad birds welcome the warm rays with a gush of glorious song, and each tiny, summer flower lifts its dewy head and sends out on the morning breeze a breath of fragrant incense. • Do you not ...
What a Coquette May Do. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
What a Coquette May Do. BY MARIE DE i/xsi.E. Prom the San Jose Mercury. Tiie unclouded moon shone down in full brilliance on the imposing brick front of Lafayette How, and on the broad pave, where the silence of a Sabbath evening had banished the usual patter of busy feet, and the louder tho' not more earnest voices than the two now heard. A young lady stood one foot on the first of a flight of stone steps, her hand on the iron railing, as if about to ascend ; the moonbeams shining full in her .smiling face, while they threw into deeper shade the anxious countenance of the youth before her. "So you leave to-raorrow, William—how soon do you expect to return ?" "In two or three weeks, perhaps," replied the young man carelessly. "And you will bring Miss C. with you, I suppose, and settle down henceforth to be a staid, sober pattern of a Benedict." "May-be-so, but there's many a slip between the cup and the lip," he answered in a tone that might have implied, the slip was half desired. ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Main County Journal. San Rafael, May 17, 1862. CjiJaHBIirOXDENTS.— and " Shirley R." will be found on our first page. " Hoodo"—San Quentin.—Your "pome" is ; '• v y r 3 r H°¥Wly rejected; it is not even pas- ■ *able—BJt, on the other hand, considera- » bly.jack-ass-able. We thank you, however, for the "item." " Forget-me-not" will be found in another column. "Give me True Friends," nnd "Gusta," will find their way in our coming issues. " Over our shoulders ?" Certainly ! why not ? Send them aloiijg, and we'll see that they arc delivered. 1 our lust was attended to.
Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Eastern News. Official dispatches announce the surrender of Norfolk, Portsmouth, and the Gosport Navy Yard. McClellan is pursuing and pressing upon the retreating rebels, and had, at the latest accounts reached to within a few miles of Richmond, where it is supposed a show of resistance will be made. At Corinth, Halleck and Beauregard are in close proximity, and a severe and bloody battle may at this time be going on. — Beauregard is reported to have been largely re-inforced by Lovell's command from New Orleans. Foote, at Fort Wright, has gained a splendid naval victory, in destroying three of the most formidable gun-boats of the enemy, — and is still at work bombarding their fortifications. Com. Porter with his mortar fleet is off Mobile, and will soon be in possession of that city. Our troops are pressing hard upon Savannah are within five miles of the city. The news from all quarters are cheering to all who hope to see the rebellion speedily crushed. A sensation article from a co...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
HORRIBLE TRAFFIC. — Every now and then an "Indian War" springs up in some of the thinly settled portions of our State or neighboring Territory, a great hue and cry follows in regard to alleged cruelties of the Aborigines, the military arm is invoked to suppress the red men "in buckram," an immense war debt is saddled on the country, and ultimately it turns out that "war" was got up to order by white soundrels who reap pecuniary benefits thereby. Sometimes (and it is very frequently the case) the Indians are goaded to despair by the most inhuman outrages, practiced upon them by the basest of our own race. Outrage begets outrage, and the natural result of white cruelty is Indian retaliation, culminating in hostilities requiring the strong arm of the military to suppress. The incipient stage of an Indian War is now exhibiting itself in Mendocino county. A vile and infamous trade is being carried on in some portions of that county which cannot be too strongly reprehended. A class of men...
To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
To the Public. THE following communication is my apology for appearing before you. About the 23d of last month, I was compelled to submit to a painful surgical operation, since which time I have been, and yet am confined to my room. A few days since, the Sacramento Daily Union of the 30th inst., was placed in my hands, with a reference to the testimony therein reported, of the Hon. J. McM. Shafter, President pro tem of the State Senate, and presiding officer of the High Court of Impeachment, in the Judge Hardy case, who was sworn as a witness in that case. In the giving his tettiinony, to all appearances he voluntarily introduces my name — for what? — let an impartial community judge. To enable them to do so, I quote so much of his testimony, as in my judgment is material. — Speaking of the trial of Judge Terry in the County of Marin, on the 6th day of July, A. D., 1860, on which occasion I acted as District Attorney, the witness says — "Was present when the case was set for trial —...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] Wheat 4P* 100 lbs— jFlour per bbl— For seed, $2,50@3,00i Superfine, 7,50@700 " milling, 2,25@2,75: Extra,... 8,25@8,50 Barley,seed,l,4s@l,37; linker's ex 9,00@875 / do brew.1,37@1,50 Cornmeal—do feed 1,32@1,40: Eastern,4P*bhl 5@54 Seed Oats, ,1,50@1,75; Domestiajf'tb. A@o Feed 0at5,.1,25@1,50:Hay ty'tun. ,$22@25 Corn 2,40@2,701'0tat0s 3@4 live, 4,so@.6oP;Beans 5@6 Buckwheat,4,soos,oo;Onions,. 12,00(S 15,00 Squash^tun.^lO®^'. HIDES, "WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. . Wool, common coarse &lt;y/lbG@2s do best quality 00(a&gt;22 do extra Merino, 25@30 Iletined Tallow, 5@S Dry Hides, @l3 Sheep skins, wool on 13(W16 do do plain, 12@15 Goat skins, each 30@37 BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, 4plb 27(n&gt;35 I " Eastern 28@32 Eggs \f-' dozen 35 j Cheese, California, ty-Mb 16@18 — •••
Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Cattle Market. AVERAGE SLAUGHTERER'S PRICES. BEEF— American, first quality, 5@7 " second do 2@4 Spanish, first quality, 4@5... .2d do. 2 VEAL 4@Bo lIOGS Stock 2@340 Fat, on foot 4@60 Fat, dressed, 7@90 MUTTON— Dressed 3@70 MILCII COWSFirst quality ._.525@60 Second quality ' $16@25
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Attention Bridge Builders. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS for the construction of a beidge with the specifications for the same, across the Creek running by or near the store of Henry Cluver in Bolinas Township, where the road leading from Berry Precinct to Bolinas crosses said Creek, will be received by the Board of Suprevisors of Marin County, in the office of said Board, in San Rafael, up to the 5th day of May 1862. All bids must be sealed and directed to the Board of Supervisors of Marin County, and the same will be opened on the 5th day of May, 1862, at 12 o'clock M., in the office of said Board. The Board of Suprevisors reserve the right to reject all bids, or any one or more, when in their opinion the same are unreasonably gigh, or when the bidder shall fail to give satisfactory bonds for the performance of his contract, or when In their opinion the interests or the people of the county require the rejection of such bids. The work to be commenced immediately after th...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which due attention will be given. 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 17
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. PAPER MILL BRIDGE. — The contract for building this bridge, was, on Monday last, awarded to Jas. T. Stocker, Esq., he being the lowest bidder. The amount of his bid was $575. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — This body, in consequence of the multiplicity of affairs that came before them, did not adjourn until Wednesday last. A continuation of their proceedings will be found in another column. PIC NIC. — On Wednesday last, everything in the shape of horses and wagons (mules included) were fished up by the " 'nab'tants" of our little burg, wherewith to proceed to the pic-nic, which came off somewhere in the vicinity of the "Big Rock." We received an invitation from a charming damsel (why don't you yell?) to be present, but blushingly [?] declined on account of our — our — our —— our press of business. We are informed that everything passed off pleasantly, and a "roaring good time was had." NEW HOTEL AT SAN QUENTIN. — We understand that G. D. W. Robinson, Esq., familiarly kno...
Board of Supervisors. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Board of Supervisors. MAY TERM, 1862. Thursday 8th. Present — D. Olds, jr., Chm'n.; E. Pomerov, A. Mills: Ordered that the Auditor draw his warrant for each of the jurors who served in Justice Blaney's court in the case of the People vs. Brown and Robinson. Ordered that the following accounts be audited and allowed: G. Leonard ......................................$10,00 A. J. Blaney ..................................... 13,25 W. T. Clark ...................................... 2,00 R. W. Osgood ................................. 2,00 A. Hutchison ................................... 4,00 W. Jacobsen, .................................. 2,00 A. H. Howard, ................................. 4,00 E. Purrine, ...................................... 2,00 J. Burgen, ....................................... 2,00 J. Angellotti, .................................... 5,00 V. D. Doub, services as Sheriff, ........ 25,50 V. D. Doub, " " ........ 62,00 J. Agnew, Road Overseer ............... 212 30 C. ...
Forget-me-not. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
Forget-me-not. For the Journal Forget-me-not is a simple word, But much is contained in its truth, And tho" it may oft be unthinkingly heard, It is none the less treat tired forsooth. And when we remember the small blue flower, With its leaflets of delicate hue, The light of its beauty, hour by hour ■ Seems silently speaking to you. And Him who hath sent it to bloom for us here, That its fragrance may ever be ours — | Drops in its goblet from Heaven a tear, Which proclaims it the purest of flo wers. SISTEII MAY. Novato, May sth 'G2. We publish below two letters from U. M. Gordon, Esq., of this place, who, it will be remembered, left for the Salmon River country, about the middle of last month. Although they contain nothing in regard to the mines of that section, yet doubtless may prove interesting: FORT DALLES, April 24th, 1862. Ed. Journal. — I wrote you a few lines from Portland four days ago, immediately after my arrival there. I think I gave you an account of our trip up to that...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
jclonging. her notice i: ,y the 28 !, at 12 o'cl&lt; the Court I] aol, Marin 1 üblic Auctii ! to the higl lid executin icl, Marin C( \ ROMAN EYE BALSAM, FOR IS FLAM El) EYE LI DBS, COM MO. LY CALLED SURE EYES. This Balsam was u.setl fur many years in (he private practice of a celebrated Oculist, with the greatest nieces. In cases wl.ere the Eyelids are inflamed,or. the ball of the Eye thickly covered with blood, it acts almost like magic, and removes all appearances of InHamation after two or three applications. There is a numerous class of persons thar are pccu iarly exposed to accidents or diseases that weaken and inflame! the Eyes, and perhaps destroy the Bight,such as Miners, Mechanics, and other operatives in metal, tfhn, from the nature of their em ployinents. are compelled to work in a cloud •if dust and grit. Head the following evidence: "llKiitASiroN, Jan. 7th, 1854, "Messers. A. 15 &amp; I). Sands : "Gentlemen—Your Unman Eve llalsam, which I was recommended...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
i of an fflajati tg/fdverfibcmenJi. THOSTH. HANSON, A TT O K \ JO V AV LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN ItAI'AEL, MARIN CO. to 23 tf CAL. JOHN H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly J. H. HARRIOTT, M. D., PIIYSICLVN AND SURGEON, Hyatt's ltanch, Novato Point, Mariu County auglOtfm DANIEL T. TAYLOR, Notary Public &amp; Conveyancer. DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSITIONS taken to be used in all the Courts of this State. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OP RECORDS. Leilas been familiar with the titles of KEAL ESTATE in this county since 1850. Clerk's OlKce,,San Rafael. ni 23 6m WfflTs. IIiGHES, ~ Justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto *»* Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the prtnof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real | estate conveyed within th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
BEDmOTON * Superior Yeast Ft tomakaligltt, awaataat YV nutricioua BREAD,equmllj a4aft*4 to LOAVES. MOT BISCUIT. BUCKWHEAT. AND OTHER CAKES. WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL TO ANY IN THE MARKET. A»k for Ucdiiigtoii ft t'o's Yeast Powder and take no other, if you would hat* uniformly good bread Manufactured and aold at wholesale, by REDINGTON k CO.. 409 and 411 Clay St., San Franeiaeo. al9 3m OLDXER'S V .'V-&gt; DELTA EYE OPENER. A healthy, pure, invigorating American Drink, peculiarly adapted for a Southern or Tropical Climate, and strongly recommended as a family stimulant by tile most eminent Medical Men in the United States und Europe. TIIE Proprietor of this truly celebrated bttt rai/i•, in his long experience fis one of th® largest Importers of tirst-elnss Wines and Liquors in the city of New York, has long felt the want thatjrxistcd in every family, of hi Tunis, which eould be used with benefit,by every household, from child to adult, and in compounding this beverage, his aim has...
SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862
SPECIAL NOTICES. . Hnmi Ktb Balsam —la a sovereign rem-! (commonly called! *low'kyes),itwts like n charm in relieving | all irritation, and usually effects a complete cure after a few applications. Many persons | w}lo hfive been long aiHicted with unsightly' • TWWew bf the eyelids, write to express their grateful thanks for the speedy relief it has | afforded them. See ad. in -another column. Eye Openers.—There are a'great many! ways of opening a man's eyes in this world • *~s«imepleasant, fed some otherwise; hut the most agreeable operation of that churac-1 ter may be found in "John G. Oldncr's celVSmitfEyi Opener," which is an extremely I palatable drink. See Ad.in another column, j Clove Anodyne Toothache Duors.— j 'Why will you continue a martyr to toothache and broken rest, while a simple, pleasant and efficacious remedy is within vourrench ? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you will obtain immediate relief. It will not in the slightest degree discolor the peaily enamel of teeth, in...