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TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

TOWN AND COUNTRY. HUMAN REMAINS FOUND. — We are informed by Capt. J. G. Haven, of Novato, that Mr. Andrew Anderson on Tuesday last, picked up on the beach, on Pacheco's ranch a portion of a vest, in which he found a gold watch, two safe keys, a trunk key, and a penknife; upon further examination he found a portion of a pair of pantaloons, the pocket of which contained a quarter of a dollar, two dimes, and a bill of the Contra Costa Laundry made out to Mr. Cameron; continuing his search, he found human bones scattered around; in the jaw were three teeth filled with gold, two on the right side, and one on the left. The portions of clothing found appeared to be of a fine texture. Further particulars may be had by addressing Andrew Anderson, Black Point, Marin County. PAPER MILL BRIDGE. — The new bridge over Daniels' Creek at the Paper Mill is now completed. It is represented as being a substantial and durable work, capable of resisting the pressure of any flood which that stream has hi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

•a* as )r In all respects the «ame as tile largo machine, to run with GEAR, sinrie as old htyle Pitts'. All of the above Machines are made ai Buffalo, N. Y., expressly for me and under my direction. Any person in want of such machines cannot fail to be pleased, us this Machine stands unrivaled for Thrashing and Cleaning grain at one operation. It is acknowledged to hi! superior to any other Machine in the WOULD, in its Operation, Finish. and Mechanical Construction. EXTRA. EX 11 LAS of all parts of the Genuine I'itts' Machine constantly on hand. No Machines genuine except those made at liuffalo.X.Y.,and marked "J-. A.PITTS." LIST OF ARTICLES MANUFACTURED AT THOMAS OGG SHAW'S AGRICULTURAL WORKS: Tustin's California Combined Reaper and Mower, California Fire and iiurglar proof Sales, Fan-Mill*, Hay Presses, Cast-steel deep-tiller Plows, all Bizes; Breaking Plows, all sizes; Field Rollers, Harrows,all kind of Machine Castings All kinds of repairing done; Every description of Brass work...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue frf a writ of Execution issued out of the District Court of the FourtH Judicial District, City aiul County of San Francisco, State of California, for a Judgement rendered in said Court, on the 23d day of March A. D., 1858, at the suit of Robert S. Watson, plaintiff, and against Samuel R. Throckmorton, defendant, 1 have levied OK jand will sell all the right, title and interest ;of the defendant, in and to the following named Ileal Kstate, situated in Marin County and described as follows: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of (land belonging to and being the "Haneho d* j.Saucelito," in the county of Marin, in the I State of California, and being described a* (follows, to wit: Beginning at the point I where the southern boundary lino of the itowuol Saucelito strikes the low water mark, I southeast «f said town of Saucelito; thence j running along said low water mark southerly to the most southern point of the land; 'thence southwesterly along the low wa...

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SPECIAL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

SPECIAL NOTICES. , Health depends almost entirely upon the •tate of the blood. If the vitalising fluid which pervades every tissue, membrane, iibtf, filament, gland, or other organ, primary and subsidiary, be charged with the element of disease,sickness must be the consequence, and until the cause is eradicated, no permanent relief can be expected. It is heie that the powerful health restoring properties of Sand's Sarsasavaiiilla are manifested : its searching operation reaches the germ of disease, and the cures it performs ure therefore radical and thorough.

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 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 SESSIONS; 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.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

GENERALOFF 10 AT THE MAJiIX IIUTiiL. WEiZI 1;. ii. I'D.Miai'iv, ) Proprietor.JAMES AI.I.ISOX. 5 v " Stages lea VP daily for Sun < r Ju"'i f in. ronnecting with the l'otaluniaandSan I'r.'.nei-a-o steamers; aii'.l rcturnin;*, San Quintin upon the arrival of thu [steamers from San Francisco. The Company arc prepared to furnish the public with Carriages, Buggies, SADDLE HORSES at reasonable rates. attention paid to nOP c »F,S unlivery. 12. ii. I'UMKHUV, A/t. d'2l-tf m E —lgni -nsnojj 11111 ' -•MM, ajisoddo X[jMiip 'viKUOai'IVD P UM HKOS'XVrf Juno;) <n •"•"J PJADUJSI 3AUH t).il }Bl l( 4 ' 'IIBJO-JI pUB 01BS3[0l[ 'saooo AKMis'ioiua p uh 'soxioxvii HMdva * 'simuvo s:rr.\xs m:-ix SuillSfTo A\OU OJU •A\ 'I BnBn SB spoor) Jinj.lt I|r,i|s -uadxs jno.v us .{ii'l oj uSiioii-i A.nti -oui apnui 3aih( no.( mi)) (;i « no.C Basrip -and ino.{ apuui sabi( no.{ u-)i(tt puu 'ua-i.i I -USJJ ÜBg Ut uncus P3130J38 IS >q pUB js.lUjl!, j #m tUOJJ '}D3(3B 01 \\V} JOUtIBO lIO.C ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

head! ijead!! Read the following certificates and be convinced: Gallinas, Sept, 15, 18G1. To Joint I)o Fri s Iv q., San Hafaol. I 1 hereby c.ruiY that 1 have been aHiicted with tli'j iyax : ca-e < t* Ithcumati.-in of a most unu>ual ehara.' '<•>•, f:<r several veav.s and clurii that p'-riod I h ive bmi advi edand under the •r. ..'r.u'n' of some of the most! eminent phv -icians without the 1 a-t bene-! fi% and Lave been y.roaoune.vd inemabl • bv several of them. I wa> aavi ed by a i*:l'uicl : ,to try your treatm.-:!*. I dii.o, ;•> a last IV <»: ?", a-> I WJH la"!!'; UT.d M.-, JiU infant, and to my and •rr.'.lllica'ion I found iiiys-.-if cared and ah!" to ro 1;» work in the short s]):'.- .' of ii\v ::nd have bfPM cured <4 Vv*• •1 now lor a!:ou' - on ,, vf •r. and kud your ;uoda • r:o>t <*';.* nt and without ur.y had .t—thesnr.r* as vue&T.rv or ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

j hjun jiaucijLo Qidetatii j 1. M. SIiVGJER & CO'sT" I NEW STYLE FA TA SLY JEWING .MACHINES. ' Y\i: l ave just received a lot of our letter "A" Machines, with improved X'.tcc l*i.»r«». I'm? iinpiovt is.• nis recently made in this Mv chine make it what h.is lon:» in en tit sir* <i b\ iiirr:ilit v in want o* a Machine lor heavy as v\«i las work. jiy the. iti*j>iovemt nt in the i-aee i'Hieand nevv arrangement <»t the thread, thy brcukinjj of live die 3 and thread ii altogether obviated. !-i C 22 Machines for TAILOIIIXG, SllO EM. 1K 1X G GAITER $ MATTRESS BIXDIXG, BOOT-FrmXG, GLO I 'E 21.1 KiXG 9 HARXESS $ LEATHER WORE \ < lll ill.: GE TRIMMIXG, And all tranche* of mrinufactuiing wherr Sewing Machines are u-.i d. j- Al-;» on l.:;nd, a supply of Silk, of evn [color end M'/.e, fr m t! c lim-st for stitching, r .o heavy nil; l;>r cminoi.i'.rinjj—all of oui own r:i• i:il*:. eturo, ai.d supoiior to any tvti brought to tl.i, m...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

' t :'i /(([j((y ( J(/vChttLJlU'u : A. J j J.Conncr's Sona'U.S.Typo Foundry V/M. m s,K.\ER & SOK.Agt's., Ko. 020 KAX SOME STREET, San I'raneisco, Cal. j Every article necessary for a complete Xcws, ! or Job Printing Oiiice, furnished lit thej I lowest prices. —.\i.so—- ! A {tents for Taylor's Gordon's, I —' eu bui\ ~ 1 ottji s and Hiiwiics l'i*c-s*>es« match!<3—lv[li] "[!,'/> pr» (•■ a "Ti X*. V;& z.A. tdJji-A m HOEJESTEABB CtVALUASLE EEAL ESTATE. Building Lots from £lO to $2OO each ATX) — ; 50 Vara Lots and Entire Blocks j |CT?.u:TS!?r3, 0.41023* L4SB! | N fin' City and I'nunty of San l-Ynn wo, .J. (»t. t"»* ],i.p i,f t) m- Sm Jose Kail road, at :iIM! U' !;s !' I-lXl) nri'or. The title u ahIsn'tttrly l'KMi ]•',(; r. hf-inu a SpmUh (Jrant, ' 1: i' i»»1 y Lonlim.id and jmti-nteJ bv thcUnitid Statts. " j i'/.« ; Shaffrr I>ill respects this Title, j it:.' City Aiirh'iritifs resitct it, 'i ii.' 1 >i*t, ii-t (...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 28 June 1862

c'Jun 3'utnciico {Jdvei'liicmenfo. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PEtALUMA, Police to Cattle Drovers _ 15 AK CB2SSROS. mlllS steamer will touch daily at the wharf { iit S;m • iucntin, on which there is no tolls —and opposite the landing in San Francisco, is a tonal in which cattle brought by )■•. V c:tn be placed, free of charge, until the rime specified in the ordinance to allow them to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Ford, Commission Ittctkitfs, 77 AND 70 DA YJS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FItANCISCO Charles F. Robb i n s, Importer and Dealer m TYPE, .MESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nui, 111 and 113 Clay Street, I m 23—ly SAN FJIANCISCO. | PAINTER & CO. i . .q r.j Practical Printers and Dealers in I Type, Presses, Printing i Materials, | htl\ Pcipcr, Cards, <Pe. 510 C'lr.y Street, above Sansome, •i. n. :-.vr:.-TK«. ") SAN FRANCISCO, •i. m, I'.vixTi'.R. > " './"Cilices fitted out with t. li. rAi.NTiii;....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 16.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, JULY 5, 1862. { WHOLE NO. 68

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Poetical. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

Poetical. For the Journal ' Slander. ' Aye! turn the eye with scorn upon her— < Life has lost it's charm, | Unselfish love has now undone her, Disturb'd her spirits calm. She had friends —a goodly number — Can she meet them-now ? ' Their once bright smiles in sullen slumber Darkens every brow. Here her friends of early childhood, , Loved, light-hearted, gay, Passing thro' life's dreary wildwood, Turn from her away. There the lov'd of later hours Pass with with'ring glances by, For her hope's fairest, brightest ilowers, | Have lost their golden dye. Oh ! why should it be thus forever! Have not sages 'gainst it sung ? Aw heart-felt tears beholden never That from Pity's eye are wrung ? Have scoffs and scorn been known to render Balsam to the wounded heart ■ Will no earthly power defend her From the world's despising dart? Ah ! 'tis weakness, thus to cherish Hate towards an erring one. Earthly joys are soon to perish— Shall we miss them when we're goner Kay, too fleeting are ...

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THE KEY OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

THE KEY OF DEATH. In the collection of curiosities pre- | served in the arsenal at Venice, there . is a key, of which the following sin- I gnlar tradition is related : About the year 1600, one of the , dangerous men, in whom extraordinary , talent is the only fearful source of crime ' and wickedness beyond that of ordinary men, came to establish himself as a merchant or trader in Venice. The stranger, whose name was Tabaldo, became enamored of the daughter of an aicient house,already affianced to another. He demanded her hand in marriage, and was refused. Enraged at this, he studied how to be revenged. Profoundly skilled in the mechanical arts, he allowed himself no rest until he had invented the most formidable weapon which could be imagined. This was a key of large size, the handle of which ' was so constructed that it could bej turned round with little difficulty.—; When turned it discoved a spring, which, on pressure, launched from the! other end a needle lancet of such sub-j ti...

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The Deaf Aunt and the Deaf Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

The Deaf Aunt and the Deaf Wife. I had an aunt coming to visit me foi the first time since my marriage, and 1 don't know what evil genius promotec the wickedness which I perpetrated to wards my wife and ancient relative. "My dear," said I to my wile, onth< day before my aunt's arrival, "yoi know Aunt Miry is coming to-morrow well, I forgot to mention a rather an noying circumstance with regard to her She's very deaf—and although she cat hear my voice, to which she's accus tomed, in it's ordinfrv tones, yet yoi will be obliged to speak extremely lout in order to be heard. It will be rathe inconvenient, but I know you will d( everything in your power to make hei stay agreeable." | I then went to John T—, who loves I a joke about as well as any person 1 I know of, and told him to be at my house j at six o'clock on the following evening, and felt comparatively happy. I went to the railroad depot with a carriage next night, and when I was on my way home with my aunt, I said "M...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

ifan f&ajad gldveifaemenfa. THOS. H. HANSON, ATTORNEY AT L> AW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CALJOHN H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MAIIIN CO. march 23—ly J. H. HARRIOTT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Ilyatfs Ranch, Novato Poiat, Marin County auglo-6in DANIEL T. TAYLOR, Hotary 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 thiState. Examiner of Deeds and SEARCHER OF RECORDS. Julias been, familiar with the titles of REAL ESIATL in this county since 1850. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. ni 23 6m WW. S. HUGHES, Justice of the Peace. Special attention will be paid to drawing Deed?, Mortgages, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and taking the acknowledgments thereto *»• Justices of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed within ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, ::::::: July 5, 1862. THE FOURTH. — The celebration of yesterday throughout the State was one of the most marked that has ever taken place since the first anniversary of the occasion which gave to our nation its independence. The times singularly contrast with the days of '76; and since that time there has never been a period when patriotism was so much needed as at present. We, of late years, had seemed to rest so secure upon the permanency of our civil liberties, that we allowed our "independency" to fall into partial neglect. But, this year, almost every town and hamlet within the loyal States have been aroused from their lethargy by the convulsions which upheaves our country and endangers our liberties. The various orations and poems that have been elicited for this occasion have a special significance, and show the deep tide of feeling that pervades the hearts of the people when danger to their country is threatened. California and the Pacific ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 5 July 1862

— FARMS AND ORCHARDS IN SAN JOAQUIN. — Refering to those interesting topics, the Stockton Independent says: The Visiting Committee of the State Agricultural Society, who have recently examined the principal farms and orchards in this portion of San Joaquin county, speak in flattering terms of the apperance of thrift, and the indications of good fruit crops visible almost without exception. The peach crop, beyond doubt, wiil be a failure; but of every other description of fruit, trees are even thus early in the season drooping under the weight. The long protracted floods, covering the earth in many places with a stratum of sediment, giving to fruit trees generally a yellow leaved sickly appearance in the early part of the season, made an exception of pear trees, and instead of injuring they rather improved their bearing qualities. It is universally remarked that the crop of pears of the present year will exceed by fully one third the crop of 1861. PEACHES. — The peaches in one orchar...

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