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TO CORRESPONDENTS [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
TO CORRESPONDENTS " Bexa," appears on our first pap*; cotnc again—we will always be glad to hear from you. " Woonritorrr.R" is unavoidably crowded out this week, but will appear in our next. *• Lfxta" Should bear in mind, that we cannot publish any articlc without the real name of the author is given us. "GxTßTAvrs*' will be found in another column. " Axmxua," wc think should send his or her name to us. We think that the article is a little too strong, but if the name of the autlior is furnished, we will take the propriety of publishing it into consideration. Wc. think that the article though *hortl is to the point,and accords with our views on the subject Tux Precedent has refused to recognize the Southern Commissioners. nr "Sir, you have broken your promise." "O, never mind, I cun make another just as good." "Communicated." Editor of the 'Marin County Journal': Our immaculate Governor has evinced his fealty to the interests and comforts of the poor of the city of San Francisco and...
Legislative Proceedings. J [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
Legislative Proceedings. J Sacbamexto, ApYil 2.—McDougall was elected Senator on the first ballot, the vote standing: McDougall f' 7 Nugent. .j . 39 Scattering McDougall having four more votes than elect. The convention fought four hours over resolutions, points of order, motions to adjourn, etc. Anti-McDougallites made every effort to adjourn and to delay a ballot, but were steadily voted down, and a ballot was taken about half-past fivo o clock, Eagan charged that McDougall had pledged himself to act with the Republicans this fall in the event of his election. Edgerton attempted to reply but was ruled uowm " Every Republican voted for McDougall, as did also Messrs. Vane, C'ovarruI bias, Foster, Hagans, Lippincott, Piercy, the two Smiths, and White. There was great cheering on the announcement of the vote, and the Convention adjourned sine die, after approving its journal. Morning Call. April 3. —On the 23th ballot, in Joint Convention, Dr. Tilden was electied Resident Physician of...
County Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 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 Clerk.—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. ABLBS. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
SPECIAL NOTICES. --&gt; It is much to be regretted that while in the enjoyment of health, so little attention is paid by many to the preservation of so inestimable a blessing. Luxurious living, habits of indolence, exposure to sudden changes oi temperature, and neglect of the premonitory symptoms os disease, are the precursors of many fatal maladies. Taken upon the first indication of an attack, if any thing will relieve the sufferer, purify the blood, restore a vigorous circulation, and throughly renovate system, it is Sand's Sarsaparilla. F. X. KAST, Sole agent of the well known house of A. Seiberlick, Philadelphia, whose goods are recognised by the trade, as being better in quality of stock, workmanship and style, than any other house in the world, has now opened Sample Lots at his extensive Warerooms, 214 California Street. The attention of the trade is invited. See advertisement. Boardman's Yeast Powder.—This article of Yeast Powder will render all articles of food made...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
SELLING OUT AT COST!! The undersigned having determined to close out the entire STOCK OF GOODS now on hand, respectfully informs his friends and the public, that in order to facilitate that object, he will sell at prices worthy their attention. CALL AND SEE—then judge if there are not cheap bargains to be had at 16—tf TIMOTHY MAHON'S. HOTEL INTERNATIONAL. JACKSON STREET, A few doors above Montgomery, S. F. FOSTER &amp; COLEMAN, (Successors to John J. Haley, [p]roprietors) IN assuming the management of this well known and popular Hotel, the Proprietors invite the attention of its patrons and the public to its increased facilities, for their comfort and convenience. It has just been throughly renovated; new Furniture and Carpets substituted; its Reception Room enlarged to double its former capacity; an elegant Private Entrance for Ladies has been costructed and 50 NEW ROOMS are now added, In conncction with this, we are resolved that its management shall not be surpassed by an...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
C. E. LIND, Boot &amp; Shoe Maker, SAN RAFAEL. ALL business in his line attended to and promptly executed at reasonable rates. m 23 tf MARIN HOTEL, SAN RAFAEL. JOSE ANGELLOTTI, PROPRIETOR. m 23 tf FOR SALE. A NEW STEAM CHEESE BOILER, AND CHEESE PRESS. Inquire of A. PETERSEN, 1 1-2 miles from San Rafael, on the Peta luma road. m23—lm CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS &amp;C. NEW STYLES AT LOW PRICES. 300 PIECES OF VELVET AND BRUSSELS CARPETS. 100 pieces 3 PLY Carpets. 200 OIL CLOTHS. —ALSO — PAPER HANGINGS, (New Styles,) together with a splendid assortment of Upholstery Goods: CORNICES, WINDOW SHADES, CURTAIN GOODS, STAIR RODS, RUGS, MATTS, &amp;c., &amp;c., &amp;c. All of which we will sell at lower prices than any other House in the trade. N. B. Our customers can rely on the goods being what we represent them. KENNEDY &amp; BELL. S. W. cor. of Montgomery and California streets, San Francisco. m 23—3m JNO. D. ARTHUR WM. N. ARTHUR. J. D. ARTHUR &...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
SANDS' SARSAPARILLA. NATURE'S TRUE RESTORATIVE. The Best, Safest, and Purest Tonic and Alternative ever prepared. It is recommended by the leading medical authorities and it highly approved by all who have tried it. Delicate ladies find it a perfect restorative; and persons who lead a sedentary life will find their nervous and general system strengthened by its use. The great object of this medicine is— FIRST.—To purify the system of all morbid matter, and impart to the blood such properties as to make it new, pure and rich. SECOND.—-To cleanse the stomach and bowels of acrid humors, acidity, and all mucous matter, which cause so many and fatal diseases. THIRD.—To soften and relieve 'stricture of the skin, and thus establish a healthy and natural flow of the " insensible perspiration." FOURTH.—To impart tone and strenth to the digestive organs, and give great vigor and vitality to all the organs of the body, FIFTH.—To eradicate all diseased, impure, and poisonous particles from the ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
L. BARNETT, MERCH[A]NT TAI OR, AND Variety Store, SAN RAFAEL. The best Cigars, Chewing and SMOKING TOBACCO, constantly on hand. m23--tf. Look Here! Look Here!! A Reduction that no Landlord can imitate! A Challenge that none can accept! A movement that makes every Hotel Keeper look sick, unless he follows suit!! THE PACIFIC Temperance House! Nos. 35 &amp; 37 Pacific Street, between Davis and Front sts. San Francisco The greatest triumph of the day! THE CHEAPEST RESPECTABLE HOTEL IN THE STATE! The policy of the proprietor, W. F. McALESTER, entirely successful. Competion completely distanced!!! The boldest stroke of the time—the great reduction of Board! LOOK AT THE PRICES! Which strike terror to the hearts of many landlords. Board per week, 3,00 dollars! Meals, twenty-five cents! Lodging per week, 1,00. Tha proprietor devotes his own time and attention most exclusively to every department of his establishment. The Table is bountifully supplied with every luxury the Market affo...
▲T HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
AT HOME. MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. SAN RAFAEL, APRIL 6. The rain is sobbing on the wold; The house is dark, the earth is cold; And stretching drear and ashy grey Beyond the cedars, lies the bay. My neighbor at his wondow etand*, His youngest baby in hie hand*; The other* §*ek hie tender kiw, And one tweet »wni crown* his bli»s. 1 look upon the rainy wild; _ I have no wife, I have no child; There iano fireupon my hearth, . ' And none to love me on the earth. .DESTimr OT The Pacific.—ln one of his works, Hugh Miller referred to a representative people who would become possessed of the Pacific coast. The Scotsman looked With keen vision to the future, and by some omnipotent revelation,beheldthe accelerating events which will come within sight of the present generation. It is time to stop telling of the supremacy of the Anglo-Sax-on race; the story of its conquest is of the past. Another, physically and mentally superior people have been bred in the New World, whom we shall call a composite...
A $9,008 Prize Story* CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
A $9,008 Prize Story* CHAPTER I. It was night nowhere, and nowhere . was as dark as a bottle of ink in a bar- , rel of pitch at the bottom of a well, and | forty thousand times darker than the concentrated darkless of forty thousand midnights, when upon a throne of turtle -soup stood the mighty Gengulphus, monarch of the Fe Fi Fo Fum Islands, eating a slice of buttered beeswax, occasionally wetting his lips by drinking fluidical wrought iron sheet anchors, fluke foremost. Around him stood eighty-two thousand nine hundred and eighty-seven and &amp; half courtiers in regal custom. "Bring forth the whang-doodle and place it on the hewgag!" exclaimed he in a terrific voice, at the same time cut- ••• m • ting off a courtier's head with an illuminated cotton bale. CHAPTEK 11. 0 The whang-doodle was placed upon . the hewgag—but before we go further, let us take a glance at the political state of America at the date our story opens.—We were involved in a war with Mexi(s, and Qen. Sc...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
FOB BALI. Tn Subscriber* offer* for *ale their entire ■tockof HORSES,HI ARES fc COLTS about GO in number, tame and wild,; amonsst them are a number of good SADDLE HORSES. They will be aold at private aale and at low caih prices. • m 23 ti &gt; J. 0. B. 4J. SHORT. THE WELL KNOWN BLACK HORSE S Y D N E Y,^g» Owned by Switzer &amp; De Long, will stand at SAN RAFAEL, from Saturday noon until Monday noon every week. Commenaing the first Saturday in April. CyTERMS, TEN DOLLARS. m 23—tf. THE FRENCH STALLION IRON WORKS. THIS horse will stand the present season, i^ SA-. RAFAEL, at the stable of BARNARD 8c CO'Y., commencing on the Ist day of April, and ending July Ist. fy*For the season, 16,00. JOEL MERCHANT, m 23—ti Proprietor. P. X. EAST. Agent of A. SEIBERLICH,. I 0 f MANUFACTURER, of Philadelphia, Warehouse, 214 California st. below Battery SAN FRANCISCO. Constantly on hahd, a large assortcc stock of Gentlemens, Ladies', Misses anc Children's Wear, of Superior quality—also ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 6 April 1861
s======H=HSHsH SANDS' SABfiorAJCJOOiA. &gt; NATURE*B TRUE RESTORATIVE. SAw,^p lIPWt Tonic and Altaxnstire ever (prepared. It Urecommended by the leading m+diVil perfect nrtorativ,; andpenone whoW »«^ r_ bid matter, and impart to the blood pu»^ET KU, * , ' ,&gt; ™ kei, »™- SECOND.—To cleanse the stomach aad bowela of acrid humors, acidity, and all mu« which cause so many and fatal THTHD.—To soften and rehere 'stricture of the skin, and thus establish a healthy and natural flow of the u fa— perspiration." FOUHTH.—To impart tone and etrenth to the digeatiTe organs, and give great rigor and vitality to all the organs of the body, FIFTH.—To eradicate all diseased, impure, and poisonous particles from the blood flesh and bones, and effect *K»ii- complete expulsion from the body. SIxTH.—To counteract the ill pffms produced by the use of mercury, and to remove all scorbutic eruptions, arising from whatever cause. EP*Ask for Sand'i Sarsaparilla and take no other, Prepared by ...
Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hox. E. W. McKinstry, Judge. Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS; R. B. Frink, Judge; Jamet T. Stocker, Paul Figaro Associates. Meets on the Ist Monday iu Feb'y., Mav, 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 — 13 April 1861
County Officers. County Judge.—Hon. It. B. FltlNK. Sheriff.—VAL. D. DOUB. Deputy do.—James M. Harris. District Att'y.—JNO. 11. HARALSON County Clerk.—DAN'L. T. TAYLOR. Deputy do.—S. Bolivar Harris. Treasurer.—TllOS. 11. HANSON. Surveyor.—A. I). EASKOOT. Assessor.—J. B. JACOBS. Coroner.—T. K. WATSON. Sup't. of Schools.—T. J. ABLES. Board of Supervisors.—JAS. DIXON D. OLDS, J. W. BUFFINGTON.
Original. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
Original. I For the "Journal." A REVERIE. H¥ RKXA. This quiet eve. so warm and bright— My wandering—restless heart can fill With dreams of vague but pure delight, And as I look out on the night, I feel the hush on hill and vale. The tall pine trees sway to and fro, And, bending low their stately heads Breathe tales of bliss and tales of woe, Which happened in the '• long ago." To thoae now sleeping with the dead. Borne lightly on the summer air, I seem to hear the vesper bell, While fragrant incense, pure and rare— Floats on with nature's voiceless prayer To Him "who doeth all things well." To-night I am sitting by my open window, watching the lengthening shadows that steal over vale and hill. It is such a warm, lovely evening, and the glowing landscape before me is so beautiful with its changing lights &lt;*nd shades, that it even inspires my indolent, ease-1 loving nature. There is such an absolute hush over all nature, that I cannot resist the subtle influence and drean«,...
r I f r i t it. JOE DAVIESS, OF KENTUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 13 April 1861
r I f r i t it. JOE DAVIESS, OF KENTUCKY. We find in tho August nipnber of Ilaqvr* Magazine a biographical sketch | of the cecentric but brilliant genius, | Joseph Hamilton Daviess, of Kentucky, | more familiarly known as Joe Daviess. He was the compeer of Clay at the Kentucky bar, and in eloquence and legal acumen was perhaps his superior. Hei was killed at the battle of Tippecanoe, where he commanded a company of Kentucky cavalry. Among many anec- j dotes told of him is the following: Daviess was the first western lawyer who ever appeared in the Supreme Court of the United States. He had somehow become interested in a large tract of land; lying in the "Green Kivcr country," the title of which had been in litigation: and it was agreed that he was to receive one-half of the tract, provided he could succeed in establishing the claim. The fame of his genius and eccentricities had by this time become national; but this was to be his first appcaranco beyond the bounds of his own State, ...