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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 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 Ranecho. SATURDAY, MAY 24

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. GALLINAS BRIDGE. — We are informed that this bridge has been repaired, and is now as good a crossing as can be found in the county. DIVINE SERVICE. — The Rev. Mr. Carberry will preach in the Public School House of this place, on Sunday, June 1st. WE call attention of the public to the ad. of Thos. Ogg Shaw in another column. JUSTICE COURT. — On Wednesday last, before Justice Hughes, the jury in the case of Bickerstaff vs. Dolan, rendered a verdict for defendant for $7,00. COUNTY CONVENTION. — In another column will be found a call by the Republican County Central Committee, inviting all who are in favor of sustaining the present National Administration, maintaining the Constitution of the United States, and preserving the Union entire, to elect delegates from their respective precincts to meet in Convention at San Rafael on the 14th of June, to choose three delegates to the State Convention, and nominate a candidate for member of the Assembly and other county off...

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Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Eastern News. ST. LOUIS, May 18th, 1862. President Lincoln has determined to recall Gen. Hunter on account of his recent proclamation as Military Commander of the Southern Department, declaring martial law and liberation the slaves in Georgia, South Carolina and Florida. Gen. Sumner, recently in command of the Department of the Pacific, has been retired from active service in Virginia, in consequence of his refusal to reinforce Gen. Heintzelman at the battle of Williamsburg. The Rebel Governor of North Carolina has refused to furnish any more troops to the tottering Confederacy. Goldsboro, North Carolina, is in our possession. WASHINGTON, May 13th. —Two Rebel schooners, with valuable cargoes of whisky and other stores, were captured on the Rappahannock on Saturday last, Five hundred deserters Gloucester Point, same day, gave gave up their arms to Captain Harris, of the Island Belle and took the oath oF allegiance. FORTRESS MONROE, May 13th. — Obstructions have been placed in James R...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

IOUiNG JiEiiO stand the present season >f as follows: Saturdays an 1 "vmdiys, at tlie Uijurques Itinch/Ji i r louse; Mondays and Tuesdays, ai o >« , .- It inch, Sjjuatti-rville: and the balance of tin rime at the "Our Il.iiw," Novato. SEASON FROM APRIL 10th to JULY 10th Terms of Service.—Single service, $10; payable at the time of t»ervice. Season, $I; payable within the season. Insurance, $2O. payable when the mare is known to he with foal, or before parted with. l)ne care will he taken of mares li ft with me, but I will not be responsible lor accidents. YOUNG HERO was foaled June 20th, 1806. His dam was of the Diomede and Primer stock ; he wa>ired by Plow JJoy, he by the imported Or | phan Hoy. lie is half-brother to the trotting ! stallion, Windsor, owne.d by J. U. 1 link!<-. |\oung Hero is a dark bay, stands tit teen j hands and three inches high, and weigh?I 1,260 pounds ; is gentle to saddle and harness. li. T. JONES, ®l9 ts Novato, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

| Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a writ of Execution issucc out of the District Court of the Fourth Judicial District, City mid County of San ( Franei-.co, State of California, for a Judgement rendered in said Court, on the 23d day |oi March A. D., I.S-38, at the suit of Robert S. Watson, plaintiff, and against Samuel R. Throckmorton, defendant, I have levied on ■ and will sell all the right, title and interest jof the defendant, in and to the following (named Heal Estate, situated in Marin CounIty and described as follows: I .All that certain piece, parcel or tract of jliind belonging to and being the "Haneho do j Saucelit i," in the county of Marin, in the , State of (California, and b described as jfollows, to v.i: : Beginning at the p.iint where the southern boundary line of the II iwn oi SdUcelito strikes the low water mark, I southeast of said town of Saucclito; thence running along said low water miu-k southerly to the most southern pint of the laud ; thenCc southwesterly along...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

t if an Siajatl c-ddvtx4iininmii. WJI. N. HirCillE*, Justico cf the Peace. Special attention wifl bo ]><iid to drawing Deed-:, Mortgages, Lea.-es, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto *** Justices ot the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof ov acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed witliiri their proper county. See Statute, Wood's Digest, p. 1(10, sec. 4. Also, may take and certify the acknowledgement of a married woman to any such conveyance of real estate; Wood's l)igest, p 102, sec. 21. Oflicc, Court House liuilding, San cut 12—ly BLOCK, LEVY & CO., VTIOI.KS.U.U AM) 11KT.WI. ll'K.U.Kltti I.Y Groceries,Provisions,DryGroods Hardware,Boota and Shoes. CLOTHING, ETC., which we offer for sale prices. Give us a call. at San l'nmciseo [jan 25 -J.JUJUD B.FARGO&CO. SA3¥ RA FA Eli, C. TALCOTT, ACENT. J«m Safari fnstitutf | BOARDING SCHOOL. Under the cliarge of the llev 11. Gilbert. M...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

OLDiKKR'S V j DELTA EYE OPENER. | A healthy, pure, invigorating America* Drink, peculiarly adapted for a Southern or Tropical Climate and strongly recommended as a family stimulant by the most eminent Medical Men in the United States and Europe. THE Proprietor of this truly e»l»brattdtutelage, in hi* long experience as an* of the j largest Importers of first-class Winn and 'Liquors in the city of New York, has loaf [felt the want that existed in every family, «f a Tonic, which could be used with benefit, by every household, from child to adult, and la compounding this beverage, his aim has been to use only the purest material, with the moat rechere flavoring, thereby fully establishing the fact, that a vast degree of benefit accrue* from the use of this stimulant, in comparison with the vile compounds so extensively mas* ufacturcd and foisted on the public, under the endorsement of a puid analytical certificate. In the Atlantic States, this truly Xaiionat '. Drink supersedes the u&a...

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SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

SPECIAL NOTICES. Koim|J^^AUAM— Is a sovereign remedy ayelids (commonly called •ore rtEfrtfwalike a charm in relieving all effects a complete cure ifpffaflwappUaatious. Many persons ■who lwipa-ttiett'loßf afflicted with unsightly rawneqajsjt the •yeuda, write to express their j grateful&teiqM'rar the speedy relief it has affordedn|pn. See ad. in another column.' Era Or****».—There are a great many ways of; opening a man's eyes in this world —*dfhepleasant, and some otherwise; but thrittott agreeable operation of that charac-1 ter m4y be found in "John G. Oldncr's eel- j ebratci Eye Opener," which is an extremely palatable drink. See Ad.in another column. I Clote Anodyne Toothache Dhops.— j Why will you continue a martyr to toothache and broken rest, while a simple, pleasant tnd efficacious remedy is within your reach ? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you *lll obtain immediate relief.' It will not in' the slightest degree discolor the pearly enam-' dof the teeth, injure the gu...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

YOUNG II Klin n - 5c.... ss.,. Sundays, at the Bojorqucs Itanch House; Mondays and Tuesdays, at C.jij » Ranch, Squatterville: and the balance of the time at the "Our House," Novato. SEASON FROM APRIL 10th to JULY 10 th JVroj* of Service.—Single service, $10; payibie at the time of service. Season, $l5; payable within the season. Insurance, §2O; payable when the mare is known to be with foal, orlwf&re parted with. Due care will be taken of mares left with me, but I will not be responsible for accidents. YOUNG HERO waa-ioiled June 20th, 1856, llis dam was of the Diomede and Printer stock ; he was aired by Plow Boy, he by the imported Or phan Boy. ,Ha is half-brother to the trotting etalliori, Windsor, owned by J. B. Ilinkle. Young Hero is a dark bay, stands tiiteen bands apd three inches high, and weighs 1,280 pounda j is gentle to saddle and liar- «*"• 11. T. JONES, ••9 t»./ Norato, Marin County. Dr. Win. Hall's BALSAM FOR THE LUNGS. Consumption, Asthma, Kight Sweats, Spi...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

read! read!! • I Read the following certificates and be etytttnced: j Gallinas, Sept. 15, 18G1. ITo John Be Fries, Esq., San ltafael. I I heieby certify that I have been afflicted with the most severe case of Rheumatism of j j'a most unusual character, for several years, | and during that period I have been advised j and under the treatment of some of themostj .eminent physicians without the least bene-j j fit, and have been pronounced incurable byi |several of them. 1 was advised by a friend Ito try your treatment. I did so, as a last j resort, as I was lame and helpless as an in-! ;fant, and to my surprise and gratification I found myself cured and able to go to work ,in the short space of five weeks, and havej :bceil cured and well now for about one year, , and find your medicine most excellent and without any bad effert—the same as mercury !or other medicine often has—and I can rec- j ommend vour treatment to all those affected, i RICIIARD DOWDELL. i i Sworn and subscribed befor...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

«Van J/ I lanciuo GflclvtlfaemenA. j 1. M. SDCiER & GO'S. ■ j NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. I We have just received a lot of our letter I "A" Machines, with improved Face Plate. Il'he improvements recently made in this Machine make it what hus long been desired by tumiliea in want o* a Machine (or doing heaivy as well as light work. l)y the improvement in the Face Plate and neiv arrangement 'of the thread, the breaking of needies and ihread is altogether obviated. | j Always on hand Machines for TAILORING, SHOEMAKJNG GAITER\I^MATTRESS',BINDING, I I | 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 pnd size, from the finest for stitching, to heavy silk for embroidering—all of our own manufacture, and superior to any ever brought to thin market. D. V. ISRODERICK, Agent, dec 8 139 Montgomery Street. l OKUKAU m rfrtrr. SStJ Hi ; iV, i*' W...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

Wan Jfianmco <gftd/vtifabemm(i. 0 ino.se G"si ntering intr rescribe it i on stands a or curing al in the blood e system. io have use will testify oving imp ne and vig< id restoring ns of the b< lis received 1 of the R to publish under the si 1 best pract W. S. Me n uniformit; the ingrcdi medv. to n GEO. W. CHAPII & CO., Lower side of Plaza, near Clay Street, Sail Francisco. Employment Office and General AGENCY. FURNISH nil kinds of help for Families, Hotels, Farmers, Mining Companies, Mills, Factories, Shops, &c., Also, have a Reul E«tate Agency, and attend to business in that line. [feblS —lj Important Questions. HAVE YOU GOT A COLD ? HAVE YOU GOT A COUGH > GOT A SO HE THROAT ? GOT A WHOOPING COUGH ? GOT THE ASTHMA ? GOT THE BRONCHITIS ? Or any other affection of the throat or lungs? If so, and you would apply the great Panacea of the age, one that is agreeable to the taste, sooothing, healing, strengthening, free ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 24 May 1862

of an sianaM» gldvtUi&tmtnli. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, ' JafiSESfi i Notice to Cattle ©rovers AND KAYiIIKIJOS. THIS steamer will touchdaily at thte'-tf'harf at Han Quentin, on which there is M tolls I-—and opposite the landing in San Fratteisjco, 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 j to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Ford, ! Commission Utojyante, 77 AND 79 DA VIS STREET,. m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO COJWE DOWN!! GO TO THE PACIFIC TEMPERANCE HOUSE, No».. 35 and 37 Pacific Street, between Front and Davis. I3r'Every luxury furnished. PLEASE NOTICE ! ! ROABKM, $3,00 Per Week. Lodgings, sl,o© " " Single Meals, 25 els. a 27 ly WM. F. McyILLESTER, 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. PAINTER & CO. jjO rn Pract...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 11.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1862. {WHOLE NO. 63

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A Gentle Word. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

A Gentle Word. J'ccliml. A gentle word !—what ha* it not done ? It has raised many from despair to hope—from darkness to li o 'ht —from poverty to wealth—from death to life. Many have been reclaimed by kindness, who now would have been lost to virtue and happiness. While the effects of gentle words are so glorious, who but a brute will be u.ikind or revengeful ? If you would win to Virtue's track One who has strongly erred, And bring him fro in his wanderings back, Speak not u bitter word. They err, who read not Nature's law, .©r rea ling, are misled And spurn the cords of love to draw And u-.e reproach instead. Tears gushing from a grateful heart, How freely d > they ilow, When we our friendly ai.l impart, To draw from vice and woe. A harsh word for a gentle one— Oh! this wil never turn From his career, proud Folly's son, Tli.it he the truth discern. —Golden Era. ■iUL -L. !!■»!■■ Mil I II

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The Ocean Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

The Ocean Cemetery. Deep, deep bcneat.il the waves of the ever restless sea, lies the Ocean Cemetery. : l is buried from the world, and human eye can never reach through tiie depth of water tj that city of the dead. No human loot has ever trod those streets, or friends lingered in those avenues ; yet many forms are resting there with nothing save the coral for their pillow, the cold, dark water for thDir covering. Xo costly monument is reared to tell us of their last resting place. Flowers never bloom above their graves. Friends never linger over their lonley mound;,or gatiier at nightfall to plant flowers above their silent form ; but lonely and deso'at.e, in the vast, mighty ocean,far away ftom home and loving friends, with nothing save the music of the weaves mingled with the voice of tiie wind to chant their funeral requiem,they sleep that long, -sweet sleep which knows no end. Many a youth goes forth from his native laud laden with bright anticipations ;!'or the future, and Hop...

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Gusta. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

Gusta. [Original.] List! sweet sister, while I sing Of all the treasures I would bring With me from far ; I'll roam the hill-side, crow the vale, Climb the mount, and seek the dale— My guide, the morning-star. A glittering gem from Mem'ry's shrine— A specimen from Friendship's mine, I'll give to thee ; «■ " A tear from out the Lilly's boll, Where innocence and virtue dwell In blissful unity. A wavelet from the crystal spring, Where nymphs and naiads love to sing At moonlight hour; An arrow falling from heights abo%'e Shot in the air by the God of Love, Yet holding power. I'd have thee keep them, sister dear. And when remem'brance claims a tear — Stay ! weep not yet; For, mark ! the tiny glimmering gem, Will grow less blight and brilliant —when You will forget. The sparkling drop, a seeming pearl, , With indignation sure would curl, It's rounded form, If it 'ere dreamed within y>ur heart, Affection held no hallowed part, It's depths to warm. The simple wavelet to, and brig...

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Anecdote of an Iroquois Indian. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 31 May 1862

Anecdote of an Iroquois Indian. The unwritten law of this wonderful people had a power unequalled by If any statutes ever recorded in books.— I A single instance of its power will he's sufficient. It is given on the authority ,s of Mr. Webster, who lived many yean! among the Onondagas, and had a wo-1, man of°the tribe for a wife. A young!}, man of the Cayugas came to Onondaga j v and claimed their hospitality, lie livid } among them two years, attaching him-1 self to Webster particularly. He ap-! peared contented and happy, "always! foremost in the chase, most active in I the dance, and loudest in the song."—|* Mantinoah was his name. One morn-!' ing he said to his friend, "I have a vow to perform ; my nation and my j know Mantinoah will be true; my friend, j I wish you to go with me." Webster I s consented. After a pleasant journey o! j' a few days, enlivened with fishing and; J hunting, they came in the afternoon to' a place thai Mantinoah said was near ! his village, and where he...

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