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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
BLOCK, LEVY &amp; CO., SAN RAFAEL, WOULD respectfully inform the citizens of Sun Rafael and vicinity, that they have on hand, and are constantly receiving, a full assortment of General Merchandise which they will sell at unprecedented low prices, and consisting in part as follows ; Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers, Boots, SHOES, HATS &amp; CAPS, And in fact every article suitable for GENTLEMEN'S WEAR —ALSO— A FINE ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' GOODS, consisting in part as follows: DeLaines, Cashmeres, Merinoes, Silks, Shawls, Cloaks, Flannels, Linens, Laces, Embroideries, Mantillas, Hosiery, &amp;c. ALSO a chice lot of GROCERIES FLOUR, SUGAR COFFE, TEA, SUGAR, SOAP, BACON, HAMS, CANDLES, JAMS, JELLIES, PIE FRUIT, DRIED FRUIT, and in fact every article connected with the Grocery department. ALSO a choice lot of Crockery &amp; Hardware, Hunts.-&lt; and Collin*' Axes. Nail-, Lock*. Butts, Jiin.ri'-'. Files, etc. Also we have on hand the choicest bran...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
Look Here! Look Here!! ' v*. • A Reduction that no Landlord can imitate! A Challenge that none can accept! A movement that make* every .. JTottl Keeper look sicjt, unlaw fm fol- , , lows suit!! THE PACIFIC (Lcmprvaitce gioitsc! Nos. 85 &amp; 37 Pacific Srreet, between Davis and Front sts. San Francisco Tho greatest triumph of the day! THE CHEAPEST RESPECTABLE HOTEL IN THE STATE! The policy of the proprietor, W. F. Mcr ALESTER, entirely successful. Coinpetion completely distanced!!! The . boldest stroke of the time—the great reduction of Board! LOCK AT THE PEICES! Which strike terror to the hearts of many landlords. Eoarcl per week, 3,00 dollars! Meals, tv/enty-five ccnt3! Lodging per v/eek, 1,00. Tho proprietor devotes his own time and attention most exclusively to every department of his establishment. The Table is bountifully supplied wiili every luxury the Market affords, and is second to none, without exception, in the city. - I'sr'No deviation from' TEMPERANCE i PRINCIP...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
NOTICE. ■ A -'SS&amp;tASDjSS &amp;£ I PAN Y," will beheld at the offio* ot mil Company, in San Rafael. 1 MONDAY, 22HD OF ot 6 o'clock, P. 1(, The object of said meeting ik to infiam the stock of said Company to eight thousand dollars. C . M. BROSNAN, . m 23 td X. MAIION. t' Trustees. SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. NATURE'S TRUE RESTORATIVE. The Best, Safest, and Purwt Tonic and Alternative ever prepared. It is recommended by the lending medical authorities and it highly approved by all who hare tried it. Delicata Uuiiet find it a perfcct restorative i and persons who lead a «D--dentary life will find their nervous and general system strengthened .by its uss. creat object of this medicine is— FIRST. —To purify the system of all morbid ma tor, and impart to the blood such properties as to make it new ' puae and rich. • SECOND.—To aleame the stomach and bowels of acrid humors, acidity, and all mucous matter, which cause so many and fatal diseases. f THIRD. To soften and relieve f...
SPRmp has come. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
SPRmp has come. fouraal. 23." *' I V 'Sff nAIT CATELT, IT. &gt;. A. Sweet Spring lias come, and once again, V O'er hill and plain. She lay* her soft gnen carpet down. Where late the white and chilly snow, So loth to go, Leaked off and left tha earth so brown. 1 . No icy fetters hold the stream, The sun's bright beam Comes dancing o'er it to my feet; The violets that skirt the bank Bow down to thank The laughing stream with kisses sweet. Beyond the plain the new leafed wood ' Is all aflood With music from a thousand birds, While lambkins sporting on the mead, With velvet tread, Dodge in and out among the herds. Sweet Spring has come—season of bloom And soft perfume— Season of calm and holy joy. Mouut up my soul, on wings of love! Mount up above— Learn from the bu-ds a song of joy!
▲ LEAF FOB A. WIFB. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
▲ LEAF FOB A. WIFB. Ellen Harrower was one of the lovliest girls that I ever looked upon, and . and little wonder was it that I should have fallen over head and ears in love with her at first sight. When I first saw her it was among the White Mountains of New Hampshire, where I had gone on a • sketching excursion. .With her brother, a Boston meachant, I h a&lt; l long been acquainted, but this was the first time I had seen his charming sister. But for the rough mountain pony, - 1 * clumsy side-saddle, on which i«. w-uj mounted, instead oj the Span- , net or well drcd palfrey that i.d have best suited so fair an equesn ' could, without any great exerai «'j fancy, have dreamed myself to da; of the MacGregor, and fancied »■ was Di Vefnon riding up the t m side, gaily chatting as she '• ith the handsome cavalier who by her stirrup, and who mighl Con Ftui.k Oubuiaioiuuc, will J 'v.v ib'. was too manly- looking foi • 's somewhat effeminate hero. — sautifully moulded was the form h...
DAKBEl^^^^ [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 23 March 1861
DAKBEl^^^^ BT THAT)nr.us WtXLYMS. spare that lif, °ttch not-a single hair, r it the I.ud You'll nip with the fair. na imy old barber's hand 11«t left this precious spot; '; w i barber, let h stand, blade shall hajii it not. * 1' or uce I loved a maid, Aid, oh! the blessed lelief! She )vcd me, too, she saic v ardor passed belief. B «.*! t■» luckless day I 'ft these L wirls behiudj 0 har my sweet-heart snj slie had changed lia mind, Ihislari and glossy tuft / Hit tingled many a heyt, Has ianr a rival bluffed^ I 'Uld not from it paif. forbear thy stroke f' l not its skin-bound 'Twold be no idle joke, lose my ej v cs| " but c.n idle boy I Inged to see it grow In altheir gushing joy, • M Bisters teazedmc &amp; My jother lissed me lie I father's sterner 1( 1 • Hatbrought the Sririytf*' Sdet the moustachcM My cart strings rouni&gt; c r n g, Clse as thy ago, oliji'i' /Wlii) belles thy praiscfw ' F»m razors I'll defts- ' Stilljroudlv it shall v v ' S&lt;barber, leave ...
Meeting of tte Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. W. McKinster, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSION R. B. Frink, Judge; James T. Stocker,Paul Figaro Associates. Meets on the 1lst Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. COUNTY COURT AND PROBATE COURT. Meets at the same time as Court of Sessions. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS. — Meets on the Ist Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November.
County "Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
County Officers. County Judge .— Hon. R. B. FRINK. Sheriff. — VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do. — James M. Harris. District Att'y. — JNO. H.. HARALSON County CIerk. — DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do. — S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer. — THOS. H. HANSON. Surveyor. — A. D. EASKOOT. Assessor. — J. B. JACOBS. Coroner .— T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools. — T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervhors. — JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.
(From the La Crosse Democrat.) OUR OPINION OF OPERAS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
(From the La Crosse Democrat.) OUR OPINION OF OPERAS. Fashionable ! Of tourse it is! Ifj not. why should ladies Mho don't know "C sharp" from " B fht," attend?— That's the wrinkle ! If it wasn't fash -; ionable, why should fofts attend with their double-barrelled (|' e trumpets! —, We went the other light. Strceter, asked tie in—said it a high old af. fair—knew Strceter a judge—went to the door—Streete* j?rked his thumb over his left shoulder-f-man at the door nodded one eye—we wfent in—sat down and sat there. Milwiukee was out— that is, all the upper t?n dam. Opera! Of course they go to die Opera! The The house was full, White veils— white kids—white h®d things—white shoulder things with r«d cross bars, and splendidly painted face:! Dress! Guess they do—can't go to the Opera nix dress—if you do; cant go in! Dollar a ticket—darn the ejpense—its Opera! Well, we sat doiti and sat there.— * Pretty soon a lot of fellows came out from a hole in the aanger! They took seats in the rear of ...
Specimens of [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
Specimens of Egotism.—An eccentric party, «f whom Pougksa Jerroid vu one, to hare a supper of sheep's hea4|. ■ One of the party, especially enthniriM ■ tic at the excellence of the dish. ftwn his knife and fork, exclaimed: " jhccp's head for eTer, say 11 ( * jpcogUp replied: "Thtrt't tfotitm." Has iuunp^ Jerrold was in France, and fell in with afidgetty little Frenchman, who was enthusiastic on the subject of &lt;he AngloFrcnch alliance. Monsieur, says he, O, I am glad the French and English are such good friends at last. S'Tut! tut!" says Jerrold, "the best thing I know between France and England, is the sea." Dogmatism.—ls puppyism corns to its full growth ? Great Discovery—Valuable to Negbo Minstrels. —Dr. Vanhuse, of Mississippi, writes to the Wett Alabamian that a I)r. Lioburghs has discovered a tincture or ointment, which if applied by certain rules, will in a few days change the fairest skin on earth to the real African hue, and that the children of those thus blacken...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
Professional Cards. DAN'L 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 OF RECORDS. Has been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in his county since 1850. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m JNO. H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. March 23—ly THOS. H. HANSON, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. 23 tf CAL. MARIN HOTEL, SAN RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, PROPRIETOR. 23 tf L. BARNETT, merchant tailor, AND Variety Store, SAN RAFAEL. The best Cigars, Chewing and SMOKING TOBACCO, constantly on hand. m23—tf.
To the Public. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
To the Public. dountij found: In launching our bark upon the ocean of journalism on Saturday last, a want of time, and the drawback necessarily consequent upon the first issue of a newspaper, prevented us from addressing our readers as fully as we desired. To-day we again spread our sails to the popular breeze with the modest expectation of a favorable reception. The responsibilities of a journalist are best known to the experienced; but every intelligent reader must understand that those responsibilities are great, and very often embarrassing. And in our bow to the residents of Marin county, and the public, it would be vanity in us not to acknowledge the difficulties that surround this new field of enterprise. It can hardly be expected that we can please all classes of readers: however, we intend to do so, as far as is consistent with a due regard to fairness, candor and impartiality. With these our intentions on this point, we leave the rest to a generous, liberal and enlightened ...
A IIEVIEW rol' THE ARTICLE Hi;AD 12) 'tTHE JUDICIARY," IN THE>»AWA,". OF THE 23iii>. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
A REVIEW OF THE ARTICLE HEADED "THE JUDICIARY," IN THE "ALTA," OF THE 23RD. Editor of the Marin County Journal: In last Saturdays issue of the Alta, in an article headed "The Judiciary," in commenting on the amendments to the constitution, as reported by Mr. Sharp, provisions are made for the election of Supreme Judges at special elections. The writer goes on to say, that they are technical in their character, to which we entirely agree; but as to the system of our present Judiciary, we disagree in toto. The writer says that it has not given general satisfaction: When and where has it failed to give entire satisfaction in the administration of justice in its decisions between citizens and the State Government? I am bold to assert that it is not on record; it is true that the supreme judges has met with difficulties in the discharge of their duties in Mexican land titles, and some of the most complex in nature, and almost insurmountable, which required great research, and the most pr...
3' < IVom the Alii. LATEST PONY EXPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
From the Alta. LATEST PONY EXPRESS. St. Louis, March 16th — a, m. Although orders for the evacuation of Fort Sumter have not yet been issued, all accounts agree that such will be the ultimate policy of the Administration. No-other course could be pursued, as it would be impossible to provide re-inforcements in time. It is generally conceeded that it would require 10,000 men, aided by all the naval forces at the command of the Government. Gen. Scott says that it is a military necessity, and takes then entire responsibility of the step. Some ultra Repiblicans denounce the policy bitterly, but others, while differing as to the necessity, concede that it is unavoidable. Among the latter is the New York Tribune. The Republicans throw the entire blame on the previous Administration. The Union men in the border states strongly urge the policy of withdrawal of the troops from all the forts, but there is no indication as yet, that this policy will be pursued, except as regards Sumpter. The S...
The "Pacific Methodist" gays : [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
The "Pacific Methodist" gays : • "We do not desire to assrme the difficult and dangerous office of Censor, nor have we the least desire to interfere witb that freedom of opinion and speech in others, that we intend always to claim and maintain for ourselves.— Rut it seems to us, that these discussions, if not prematnre, might at least be conducted in a better spirit. We are here from all parts of the country— North, South, East and West. Unity of opinion and perfect sympathy of feeling on all points we cannot have.— No one expects it during this generation Our children may approach such a horn ogenity, but most of us will retain in a measure our present predjudices until we die. But in one thing we can and ought to agvco, We can agree to preserve peace among ourselves on the Pacific coast. The most sober-minded and sensible men among us greatly fear that our national troubles cannot be settled without civil war; nobody can be blind to the fact that such a dreadful result seems proba...
SPECI AL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 30 March 1861
SPECI AL NOTICES. rirlt ismueh to be regretted that while in the enjoyment of health, so little attention' is paid by many to the prcf-ervation of so inestimable a,blessing. Luxurious living, habits of indolence, exposure to sudden changes oi temperature, and ntgiect of the premonitory symptoms os disease, are the precursors of many fatal maladier. Taken upon the first indication of an attack, if any thinj* will relieve the sufferer, purify the blood, restore a vigorous circulation, and throughly renovate system, it is Sand's Sarsaporilla. F.X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known house of A. Smbeulici, Philadelphia, whose goods are recognised by the tyide, as being Quitter in «jutrlity of stock, workmanship and style, than any other house in the world, has iiow opened Samplt Lots at his extensive AVarcrooms, 214 Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See odvertiscinent, ' • Ho.vnDMAN's east PowDßu,—This fix-, tide of \east Powder wijl render all articles of food madp flour or...