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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

YOUNG HERO WILL iUnd the prenent season as follows: Satardaya and XrpTS SundaVs, at the BojorqUfes Ranch I OV House) Mondayt and Tuesday a, at (Jury • Ranch, Squatterrille: and the balance of the lime at the "Our House," ftovato. SEASON FROM APRIL 10th to JULY 10th Terms of Service.—Single sernce, $10; payable at the time of service.' Season, $l5; payable within the season. Insurance, $2O; payable when the mare is known to be with foal, or before parted with. Due car* will be taken of inares left with me, but I will not be responsible for accidents. YOUNG HERO was foaled June 20th. 1856. His dam Was ot the Dioniede and Printer stock ; he was sired by Plow Hoy, he by the imported Orphan Boy. lie is half-brother to the trotting stallion, Windsor, owned by J. B. Hinkle. Young Hero is a dark bay, stands filteen hands and three inches high, and weighs 1,280 pounds; it gentle to saddle and harness H. T. JONES, al9 tH NoTato, Marin County. To all whom it may concern. BE IT KNOWN THAT I. TH...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Sheriff's Sale* BY virtue of a writ of Execution ImmA out of tbe District Court of dw fourth Judicial District, City and County at Saa Francisco, Sum of California, for a hdn> ment rendered ita said Court, on the Sid day of March A. D., 1968, at the suit of B>-bwt S. Watson, plaintiff, and against Samuel S. Throckmorton, defendant, I have levied en and will sell all the right, title and interest of the defendant, in and w the following named Heal Estate, situated in Marin Cmh* ty and described as follows: All that certain piece, parcel ar tract Wt land belonging to and being the "Hanrht) de Saucelito," in the county of Marin, in tb* State of California, and being described aa follows, to wit: Beginning at the point where the southern boundary line ef the town oi Saucelito strikes the low water mark, southeast of said town of Saucelito; thence running along said low water mark southerly to the most southern point of the land; thence southwesterly along the low w...

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SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

SPECIAL NOTICES. ttOKiwBYB Halsam Is a sovereign remedy far inflamed eyelids (commonly called sara ay*si), it a. ts like a charm in relieving atkirtiCttion, and usually eifectH a complete ■ ante aStet a fcw applications, Many person. ll whio ha vo. been long afflicted with unsightly rawness of the eyelids, write to express their grateful thanks for the speedy relief it has afforded them. See ad. in another column Bib 'OrENEßa.—There are n great many wayß of opening a man's eyes i i this world —some pi asant, and some otherwise ; but the most agreeable operation of that character may be found in "John (i. Oldner's celebrated Eye Opener," which is an extremely palatable drink. See Ad.in another column. * Clove Anouynb Toothache Duoi-s.— Why will you continue a martyr to toothache and broken rest.whilea simple, pleasant and efficacious remedy is within your reach? Apply the CLOVE ANODYNE and you will obtain immediate relief. It-mill not in the slightest degree discolor the pearly ename...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Meeting of the Courts. DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. HON. E. W. McKINSTRY, Judge. Meets on the 1st Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSION'S; R. B. FRINK, Judge; N. Nuckolds, R. C. Welch, Associates. Meets on the 1st 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 1st Monday in Feb'y., May, August and November. Attention Bridge Builders. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS for the construction of a bridge with the specifications for the same, across the Creek running by or near the store of Henry Cluver in Bolinas Township, wh-re the roi i leading from Hem Precinct to Bolinas mhii! ('ii't-k, vvi ■ be received by the Itoird of SuprevUniH o Marin County,, in the 'office <, f «u.i-| I * <>«r<|. i • San lUfael. up to the .W> d*v of Mn\ isfrj All, 4 bui.-< inu-t he Nealed and directed to f...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

read! read!! I Read the forfaiting certificates and be eonvin* ! ced: ' Ga)Hi as, Sept. 15, 18G1. ' To John Be Fries, K-q., San iiafael. I hereby certify that 1 have been afflicted i with the ir.o-it severe ease of Kheumati.-m of i a most unu-ual character, for several years, and duri g tliat period 1 have been advi ed and under the treatment of some of tlieino.it eminent physicians without the len-t bene-, tit, and have been pronounced incurable by [several of them, i was advi.-ed by a friend! to try your treatment. I did so, as a [resort, as I was lame and helpless as an inIfant, aiid to my surprise and gratification I, ifound myself cured and able to go to work lin the short space of five weeks, and have [been cured a d well now for about one year, | and find your medietas most excellent anil I without any bad effert—the same as mercury | or other medicine often has—and I can recommend vour treatment to all tho<e afected KICIIAHD DOWDELL. i Sworn and subscribed before ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

Han yhancoco c-ddveiiutemtn<li. 1. iU. SIAULK X, (OS. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. We have just rn eired a lot of our letter '•A" Maihinen, with improved Face Plate.' The iiiipioveiiients imiiily made in tfiia Slu- 1 , chine make it w hut h rt s been deMred hv 1 I'aimlio in want <»• a Machine tor doing lieu"-! »> a» »eli a» li«ht work. Uy ihe improve-! .ment in the Face Plait and new arrangement j'if the thread, the breaking of neediea until thread is altogether obviattd. Always on hiiud TAII.ORIXG, HIIOEMAKIXG Machines for GAITER A, l/.l TTRESS' m BIXDIXG,: BOOT- ri T'J'IXG, (JLOVE MAKIXG, 3 lIA RXF.SS $ LEATHER WORK! CARRIAGE TRIMiIIXG, i Vnd all branches nf nitinufaetuMng where 1 St-wiiiy Mn-lntie* are li »t(l. j Alw» on a Hiioply of Silk, of ev^n i oior »»:•:! >['W, ii .to tJie tim >t tor *«titching, ! f cuvy .-'IU tor ctiiluold* nni; —nil of oui j iwn r;i»:in?i mire, and superior to any tVti brought to flu* n»*irkef. I...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

! Man JtiunMco <sl dwdttemcnh. Important Questions. HAVE YOU GOT A COLD? I HAVE YOU GOT A COUGII ? i GOT A SOKE TIUIOAT ? ;GOT A WHOOPING COUGH? ,• GOT TJiE ASTHMA ? cor the iiHo.xciirris ? , Or any other affection of the throat or lungs? 'lt' >o, and you would apply the great l'aun- . cea of the age, one that i> agreeable to the ta,te, Hoooihii'.g, healing, strengthening, free from all poi-onom or deleterious drugs—use Kowell'3 Pulmonary Syrup, J Manufactured at 70 Merchant street, San I Erauciico, and sold by I 1,. BAIiNETT, | 36—:im Simm's Building, San Kafael. J.Coaaor'd Sons' CJ.S.Type Foundry' WJI, F U IIiSKE Jk SOX,Ag-e's., ! No. 523 SAN SOME STREET, Sins J'srnciseo, Cel. Every-nrtiflc nccessnrv for a complete News, or Job Printing Oiiieo, furnished at the lowest prices. —AI.SO— I Agents for Taylor's Gordon's, Uegcner's, | Newbury's, l'ottcr's and llawkes'l'rcsses. I march 15—ly[n] FOR SALE! HOMESTEADS & VALUABLE REAL ESTATE. Build...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 7 June 1862

! if an JFianciifo gjclveifatintitft'. For San Francisco. 1 TIIE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, r.-rrV& Notice to Cattle Drovers RAiYCUEKOS. ,i mills steamer will touch daily at the wharf J. at Sim Quciuin, on which there is no tolls I —and opposite the landing in San Francisco, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can he placed, free of charge, until the,, time specified in the ordinance to allow them to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Ford, Coiiimission likdjants, 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET,. m 23—ly SAN PR AN CISCO Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer m TYPE, PRESSES, Printing I,material, inks, Card Stock. Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23 —l.y SAN Fit ANCISCO. i <r , l PAINTER & CO. L>''m[ [Vj Practical Printers and Dealers in. ! Type, Presses, Printing I Materials, , Jul:, Pajj'T, Cards, <£c. 510 Clay Street, above Sanscme, J. n. I'.UNTKii. SAX FIIANCISCO. j. m. rAiNTi;it. > J^...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 13.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 1862. { WHOLE NO. 65

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Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

Poetical. [Original.] Hope. The sun had sank, when young Lillia, Opened the casement light. And o'er her tablet of worsteds Streamed rays of golden light; The needles thtit clinked and glistened As through the stitches they ran, Now lay by the yarn-ball neglected, As though their work was done. Shading her eyes with her kerchief, She gazed o'er the hill-tops green, She knew that when he was coming. There he first would be seen; Her eyes were beaming brightly. Her checks did blushingly burn, As she stood intently watching For the absent one's return. He came not—still she lingered liesidc the casement door, Hoping no harm had befallen him— Nor troubles, that oft-times before Had caused a long and wearied delay ,' Yet she prayed that it might be Only the douhtingt of her young heart— Nut sad reality. • • • • • Long months had flown, yet often She'd stand at that casement's side, Looking in vain for the cherished one, A sad expectant bride; At length he came, and her joyful heart Pictu...

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HARD-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

HARD-UP. I am "hard up," and I don't carej who knows it. I have got bravely over,, that sickly sensitiveness which makes! one resort to numberless expedients to! conceal the lamentable fact. Show me the man that never was in a " tightspot," and I will show you a seven years wonder worthy to be placed in the highest niche in Barnum's Gallery of Natural Inconsistencies. 'T would be nothing to be "short," if one was not so confoundedly oftci. reminded of it. — There's one's landlady, daily adding a cnbic toot to the length of her already elongated physiognomy, and sighing wofuily at the disappearance of enormous quantities of food to appease one's remorseless appetite, which is better now than it has been for years. Then one's washerwoman is just as impudent as ever in herdemands upon yourpurse, as if one could always come down with the needful; and if you suspend payment on the plea of scarcity of specie, one has to listen, and is driven almost to the verge of desperation by an ad-van...

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ON SHYNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

ON SHYNESS. I'lutarch has an essay upon thatdc-l feet which he calls Dusopia—a word signifying an unhappy facility of being put out of countenance—viz, shamcfacedness—shyness. I'lutarch seems to consider that Dusopia consisted chiefly in the difficulty of saying No; and lias a stock of anecdotes illustrating the tragic consequences which may result from that pusillanimous characteristic of Shyness. It not only subjects us to the loss of our money when a slippery icquaintance asks u-i for a loan which we are perfectly aware lie never intends to repay, but somtimcs life itself is the penalty of that cowardly shyness which cannot say No to a disagreeable invitation. Antipater was invited to an entertainment by Demetrius, and, feeling ashamed to evince distrust of a man who he himself had entertained the day before, went forebodingly to the shambles. Holysperchon had been bribed by Cassendcr to make away with Her-, cules, the young son whom Jiarsinabore to Alexander. Accordingly lie inv...

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Mysterios of Editing [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

Mysterios of Editing The world at large Jo not understand the mystery of a newspaper;—and, as in a new watch, the hands that arc seen are but the passive instruments of the spring that is never seen, so in a newspaper the most worthy causes of its prospering are often the least observed or known. Who suspects the benefit which a paper derives from the enterprise —the vigilance,and watchful fidelity of the publisher? Who pauses to think how much of the pleasurujof reading is derived from the skill and care of the printer ? We feel the blemishes of the printing if they exist, but seldom notice the excellencies. We eat a hearty din-, ner, but do not think of the farmer that raised the material thereof, or the cook that prepared them with infinite pains and skill, lint a cook of meats, vegetables, pastries and infinite bonbons, h;is a paraeidical office in comparison with an editor ! Before him pass in rcveiw all the exchange newspapers. He 3 to know all their contents, to mark for othe...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

£faM, tHHafad gldveifaemcnh. THOS. H. HANSON, AT TORN Elf AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAX RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. JOHN H. HARALSON, attorney at law, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23 —ly ~j7hTharriott, m. d., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Hyatt's Ranch, Novato Point, Marin County auglO-Gm DANIEL T. TAYLOR, Notary Public & 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. lyJlas been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this courtv since 1850. Clerk's "Office. San Rafael. m 23 6m • Wfl. S. HUGHES, Justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deeds, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto •»* Justices af the Peace ire authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed within their proper county....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

A wise father once endeavored to teach his son the nature of an inference. "Thus, for example," said he: when we read that the deluge covered the whole earth, the inference is that the inhabitants thereof were drowned. Now, Naaman. the Syrian, was commanded to wash seven times in the river Jordan—what inference would we draw from that ?" "That he must have been plagued dirty !" was the precocious one's answer. GF* Appropriate name for a cold beauty—Al-ice.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, June 14, 1862. TO CORRESPONDENTS.— "Hope," "The Dying Girl," and "Stanzas," will be found on our first page. G. W. — You should have sent your name with the article.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

THE movements of Beauregard at Corinth, and the opening of the Mississippi river from its source to the delta, has contracted the circumference of the "golden circle," within which lies the "last ditch" wherein rebellion and treason will "Pillow" their heads, and where vaunting and fanatical chivalry will find the "bitter end." Within a very small area, probably somewhere near Richmond, will close the great tragedy which has amused and amazed the nations of the whole world. The history of the "Great Rebellion" will occupy the pens of learned statesmen; philosophers and philanthropists will comment in tomes upon its causes and effects; the people will read and wonder at it through all coming ages. — Great responsibility will rest upon the heads of the powers that be, much wisdom and firmness required, in readjusting the wheels of government, and in establishing a system of guards against future machinations of the wily and corrupt aspirants to places of power. The smooth tongued, pre...

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Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 14 June 1862

Eastern News. Corinth, June 5th. — Halleck moved his head-quarters here to-day. The enemy are reported to be 80,000 strong between Baldwin and Okolona. At last accounts, Pope's advance was this side of Twenty Mile Creek, and the enemy's rear guard on the south side, still retreating .... Maj. Bowen, commanding a detachment of the Third lowa Cavalry, on Tuesday [June 5] fell upon a rebel camp 50 miles west of Batesville, scattering the rebels in camp in all directions, and capturing a large amount of camp and garrison equipage with a number of horses and many prisoners .... New York, June 6. — The Key West correspondent of the Express says the frigate Potomac had arrived from Vera Cruz with information of the complete defeat, of the French, and their retreat to Vera Cruz .... Memphis papers of the 2d contain Richmond dispatches of the 1st, which say that the carnage during the battles of Saturday and Sunday was dreadful. The Yankees lost two to the rebels one. Gen. Hutton, of Tenness...

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