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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862

YOUNG IlEitO WILL stand the present season as follows: Saturdays and Bundays, at the Bojorrjues Ranch f f/*"S House; Mondays and Tuesdays, at (Jury's Ranch, Squatterville: Mid the balance of the time at the "Our House," Novato. BEA.SON FROM APRIL 10th to JULY 10th Temu of Strviee.—Single service, $10; payable at the time of service. Season, $l6; payable within the season. Insurance, $2O; payable when the mare is known to be with foal, or before parted with. Due core will be taken of mares left with me, but I will not be responsible for accidents, YOUNG HERO «u foaled June 20th, 1856. llis dam was of the Diomede and Printer stock; he was sired by Plow, Boy, he by the imported Orphan Boy. He i» half-brother to the trotting •Million, Windsor, owned by J. B. Hinkle. Young.Hero is a dark bay, stands fifteen hands sod three inches high, and weighs 1,200 pounds; is gentle to saddle and harness. lI.T.JONES, al9 ts Novato, Marin County. Dr* Win. Hall's BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. Consumption, Asth...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862

read! read!! Read the following certificates and be convinGallinas, Sept. 15, 18G1. To John Be Fries, Esq., San Rafael. I hereby certify thai I have been afflicted with the most severe case of Rheumatism of a most unutsual character, for several years, and during that period I have been ndviscd and under the treutment of some of themost ! eminent phy ieiuns without the least benefit, and have'been pronounced incurable by 'several of them. I was advised by a friend Ito try your treatment. I did so, as a last !resort, as I was lame and helpless as nn inifant, and to my surprise and gratification 1 ! found myself cured and able to go to work in tin.' short space of five weeks, and have jbeon cured and well now for about onevear, and find your medicine most excellent and I without any bad elfert —the same as mercury or other medicine often has—and I can recommend your treatment 'u all those affected. RICIIAI.O DOWDIiLL. Sworn and subscribed before me this lGth day of September, 1801. j....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862

if'an Jfiianciico rddveiJaemcwh. 1. IH. SINGER & CO'S. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING- MACHINES. ! We have just received a lot of our letter "A" Mafchines, with improved Face Plate. The improvements recently made in this Machine make it what has long been desired by families in want o' a Machine lor doing heavy as well as light work, liy the improvement in the Face Plate and new arrangement 'of the thread, the breaking of needles and bread is altogether obviated. Always on hand Machines for TAILORING, SHOE MA KING GAITE R' 4 Sj\MA TTRESS' m BINDING, BOOT-FITTING, GLOVE MAKING, \ HARNESS % LEATHER WORK CARRIAGE TRIMMING, And all branches of manufacturing where Sewing Machines are used. Also on hand, a supply of Silk, of every color Bnd size, from the finest, for stitching, to heavy silk for embroidering—all of our own manufacture, and superior to any ever brought to this market. D. V. BRODERICK, Agent, dec 8 139 Montgomery Street. AND DEALEItS IN ProriMioiiiii, ' Flour, Wines, T...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862

Man JPianciico gtelveultoemenfa. ScovlH's Sarsaparilla —AND—STILL IX-iIA, OR Blood and Liver Syrup. IT is highly recommended; by physicians to ! cure the sollowing diseases, having their j origin in a disordered state of the blood: | Scrofula, Titter or Salt Rheum, Scald head, (Junker, Ulceartions and Enlargement of the Joints, Oance- • rous Tumors, Er- . ysipelas King's Evil, St. Anthony's Fire, Obstinate Eruptions, White Swellings, Pimples on the Face, Rheumatism, blotches, Pustules, • i Dyspepsia, etc.; Syphilitic and Mercurial affections are cured; Chlorosis or obstructions in Females, Leucorrhea or Whiles, are relieved by the use of this Medicine. The medicinal properties of Sarsaparilla in conjunction with Stillingiaare well known by all medical 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 Tccipe to most physicians in the country, that they may know what they are using; and will continue...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 May 1862

rliilTJw^TlTTrirriwP^ For Saw Pirancisco. the well-known steamer PETALUMA, »Bjh^lCr Notice to Cattle Drovers AND RANCHEROS. TIIIS 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 & Ford, Commissimt Utttjjants, 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO COME DOWN!! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPERANCEHOUSE, Nos. liy and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis, Esr"Everv luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! BOARD, s3,o© Per Week. Lodgings, $l,OO " , " Meals, 25 els. a 27 ly WM. F. Mc^ILLESTER, Charles F. Robbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. t PAINTER & CO. Practical Printers and Dealers in Type, Presses, Printing M...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 10.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1862. { WHOLE NO. 62

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Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Poetical. [Original.] Give mc True Friends. Give me true friends, who ever will In want or woe be near, Whose loving hearts with pity fill To lee the fulling tear — Whose gentle tones doth ever win The timid to their side, Whose kindness calls the lost from sin, And heals their wounded pride. !0h! give me these, no more I'll ask, They seem as stars above, "While 'tis as much a tiring task ITe count their deeds of love; Yes ! in this world they ready stand, As if from duty freed, Ready to lend a helping hand To those who are in need. Give me true friends !—this chilly earth No greater boon cun bring, And tho' of high or lowly birth, I would not tire to sing Of their sweet praises day or night, For unto them is given Their every virtue, shining bright— Directly down from Heaven. SISTER MAT. On the "Droop."—A young Quakeress ■ends to the "American Magazine" a copy of verses, commencing thus: "Dearest, come kiss me, my lips are yet warm, And my bosom still pants from the clasp of thine ...

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The Doctor and the Negro. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

The Doctor and the Negro. The late Dr. Miller, of Princeton, as all of his students will remerpber, abounded in anecdotes which he related to his classes from year to year, to illustrate the points made in his lectures. 'One of them occurs to us, just now, as -specially applicable to the new converts which have recently come into the churches within the bounds of our circulation. A celebrated judge was, in his earlier years, skeptical as to the truth of the Bible, and especially as to the reality of experimental religion. He had a favorite servant who accompanied him in his travels round his circuit. As they passed from court house to court housa they frequently conversed •on the subject of religion ; the servant, Harry .venturing at times to remonstrate ■*vith his master against his infidelity.— As the judge had confidence in Harry's honesty and sincerity, he asked him how he fejjt, and what he thought on various points?) Among other things, Harry told his master that he was very o...

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Don't Waste your Time. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Don't Waste your Time. Two young clerks in a large American and French honse were particularly intimate; so much so. that, although they boarded in different houses, yet they were constantly together during the hours of recreation from business. One of them had been presented with a little French poodle, and he at once seLabout instructing it t6 perform all those little tricks for which the breed is famed. For some days his companion witnessed his persevering efforts to make "Grotto" bring his handkerchief, catch pennies, stand uppon his hind legs,and do many other trifling but amusing tricks. At length he got tired of being a looker on at so much waste of time, and determed whilst his friend was being the tutor of "Grotto," he himself would be the pupil of a French teacher, and endeavor to master the French language by the time "Grotto's education was completed. Without saying a word to his friend, he commenced his studies, and being diligent, last acquired a knowledge of 'he langu...

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PARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

PARTING. [From the Golden Era.] A FERNWOOD LEAF FROM OAK HILL. '• Long parting from the hearts we lore, Will shadow o'er the brightest (ace ; And happy they who part and proTM Affection changes not with pluce." We have parted—parted how mournfully sad that one simple word strikes upon the heart that has not known the ever dreaded experience.— We part! 'Tis true, but the pain does not end here ; we certainly clasp the dear hand within our own, and gaze perhaps a moment upon the fond and loving eyes, and with trembling lips and choking sighs bestow the last kiss.— Then, as the departing one turns to pass away—then you feel if pain is ever known at parting. How your eyes follow the receding form, and how all the virtues possessed by the loved one are magnified so that each appears but a blazing star upon the broad expanse of a warm and noble heart.— How well then do you feel that thej are friends—not friends of an hour, basking in the sunshine of cheering prosperity—but true hearted fr...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

REDINGTON & CO'S Superior Yeast \TTARRANTKD to make light, iweatanA l\ nuiricioui HREAD,equally UiptH to LOAVES. HOT biscuit, BUCKWHEAT. AND OTHER CAJKKB. WARRANTED FULLY EQUAL TO ANY IN THE MARKET. A»k (or Rcding;Mn Ac Co's Yeast Powder mil take no ntlier. if you would b*V« Mifornily guild bread Manufactured find >r>ld at whole Ml*, bf REDINGTON * CO.. 4n9 and 411 Clay St., San Fraaeiaao. »19 3m FOR SALE. \aew GrToyer & Baker Seinef Nukios. A pply at thi» offie".

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, May 24, 1862, TO CORRESPOMDENTS. — "Give me True Friends," will be found on our first page. "Solitude" received, and will be published shortly. "MOSE." — Your letter will be found in another column. Certainly, write again; but write plainer. Your last appeared as if a spider had crawled from an ink-bottle, over a sheet of paper. D. HARRISON — San Antonia. — Good! my boy — your reply to Shirley R. will be seen in another column. You will find the price of stock hogs by referring to our commercial report. HOODO. — We understand that youi intimate that our ideas of poetry is none of the best, and that your effusion was too classic for us. P'raps so, my boy; we now give it verbatim et literatim "et punctuatum," so as to let the "peeps" decide. Here you are:. The Marin Jourifal, this you can insert Should you feel inclined Having read your welcome sheet An on its pages find The poets Mighty feet" Touching beauty of every kind, The-first page Lissoys Mill...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

THE time of preparation for the electlon campaign is rapidly approaching. Partizans are discussing with absorbing zeal the merits of the party to which their political proclivities incline them. The ignoring of all party platforms, and a fusion of all political elements opposed to Secession, and in favor of sustaining the Administration in extinguishing rebellion, is favored by a large portion of loyal Union voters. The extremists of the Republican and Douglass Democrat parties claim that their respective organizations and platforms are the ones around which all Union Administration men should rally. When thinking men reflect that the prime movers and leaders of this great rebellion, and war upon the government for its overthrow and destruction were the leaders and controllers of the great Democratic party, they turn from it with suspicion, if not disgust, Secessionists, seeking, as heretofore, to revel in the sunshine of public favor, will affiliate readily with the party bearing t...

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Letter from "Mose." [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Letter from "Mose." Settlement of Mendocino — Logging — Mills —- Mendocino City — The Climate — Shipments. MENDOCINO CITY, May 9th 1862. Ed. Journal. — Some time since I promised that I would write to you, but being absent on a trip up the coast has prevented me until the present. A short sketch of the SETTLEMENT OF MENDOCINO will probably not come amiss, and might somewhat interest your readers. The first settlers were a party headed by the noted Harry Meiggs, who came here in the spring of '51, for the purpose of locating a site for a saw mill. There being no opposition, they landed and took possession of the lands in the immediate vicinity of this place, built their mill, and commenced operations on a large scale. They found an abundance of red-wood and pine on the river, (Big river,) unsurpassed by any place in the state, extending from the coast back about 25 miles. LOGGING AT THE PRESENT TIME. The logs are cut during the summer season and rolled into the river, where they lay ...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in Sun Francisco. expressly for "M.tvin County Journal."] Wheat (f.' 103 ibs Flour per 'obi For seed, ®2,50(®?,00 Superfine, 7,50,7j700 " milling, 2,23 »'2,70 Jvttra,... 8,238,•>fl Uarl.-y, seed, 1,15try1,37 lJa'.cer'sex do brow.l, 37C» : Cornm 'al do fjecl 1,32/' 1,10 Kastern,|p'bbl 5@5.} Seed Oats, .1,00(«;1,70 Domestic [p'd>. A(o •"> Food Oats,.\,2 j(n.1,01 Hay.ty'tun.. $22W2Oj Corn, 2,40('i ; 2,70 l'otatos {fib. ... 3 v :i 1 Rye 4,50@.G00 llcMins ft (a 8 Huck. wheat,-1,50$ »,00 Onions,. S quash U-'tuii,!jl 0@ 12 nines, wooi., tallow, etc. Wool, common coarse ||.'11>6(7?20 do best quality, 00(r<22 do extra .Merino 20f» 30 Ilefined Tallow, (fib O(VtC' Dry Hides, \yih (n't:) Sheep skins, wool on, 13(a 10 do do plain, 12(«) 15 Goat skins, each 30^37 lirrrcu, cheese, etc. Butter, California, <{p'lb 27(«'35! " Eastern 2S(n 32 IP" dozen 30] Cheese, California, jflb lGt'lB

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Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Cattle Market. AVUl.Vlii; SlAUOllTEKllfl's I'ltlCES. BEEF American, first quality, off 7 " second do I Spanish, first quality, 4(g-5... .'2d do. 'J VEAL 4(S Sc lIOGS Stock 2(«'343 Fat, on foot 4tn (ie l'"at, dressed, 74'. 9c MUTTON— Dressed 3(?£7c MILCH COWSFirst quality 60 Second quality, !®!16(W)2o

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

wm Ron lit pnvi Express Wll3Oll, 1 spanofllors ess. Any one desirous of parol in <vill do well to embrace the p: r unity, as I will sell cheap 1 >ply to N. L. CHARRON, San ll'ifaol. SMITH & CHAPIN'S BILLIARD SALOON. & C'll.vrix, long and favoral 1 i:i this section of the oounti ed a 'irst-Class Saloon, 1 Clay street, between Snnsome a doors below Frank Baker's Carpet

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Republican County Convention. THE people of this county who are in favor of sustaining the present National Administration in maintaining the Constitution of the United States, and preserving the Union entire, are requested to meet in their several precincts on TUESDAY THE 10th DAY OF JUNE 1862, for the purpose of electing delegates, to the "County Convention," to be held in the Court House at San Rafael, on Saturday the 14th day of June, 1862, at 10 o'clock A. M., to elect delegates to the State Convention; also to nominate one candidate for member of the Assembly, one candidate for Supervisor, District No. 1, and to attend to such other business as may come before the Convention. The delegates to the County Convention to be elected according to the apportionment annexed. All persons who will support the nominees of said Convention at ensuing election will be entitled to vote at the Primary Meeting. San Rafael, .........7 | Corte Madera, .... 4 Marin City .......... 4 | Saucelito ....

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