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TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

TOWN AND COUNTRY. UNION ADMINISTRATION CONVENTION. — It will be seen by reference to another column that a Union Administration Convention has been called to meet at San Rafael on the 2d of August next, for the purpose of nominating a candidate for the Assembly. — The call is made without reference to party. This is as it should be. The great question before the American people is — shall the Constitution and Government be mantainced, and order restored, or shall rebellion, anarchy and disorder continue to exhaust and destroy the nation? There can be but two contending parties in this great crisis — the friends, or the foes of the Government. The foes of the Government have evoked a war upon it, and the sword and God of battles must decide the right. RETURNED. —On Thursday last U. M. Gordon and J. O. B. Short, Esqs., who left here three months ago, to test the Salmon River mines, returned "as they were," and perfectly satisfied that "well enough should be let alone." They report tha...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

PUBLICATION OF WAR NEWS. — The President has ordered.a Military Commssion to meet on the seeond Monday of July, for the trial of editors and correspondents of certain journals which have violated the orders with respect to the publication of matter calculated to give aid and information to the enemy. Gen. Harney and Colonels Taylor and Craig will be members of the Commission. — National Intelligencer. For orgnizing an army, feeding, clothing and equipping it, and going into war buginess, in general, the American people stand a loan.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

l'smgHED ok tiiul'j.\hB.- The Los An-! jcles Xews has an account of the finding of! of several dead persons who had perished ' from thirst on the plains, while seeking for the Colorado gold mines. ;:yA new census of Xevada Territory is to be taken by the Assessors this season.— The population cif the Territory last year was 10,000. It is now believed to be from 20,000 to 20,000. „ Licbxsk UkVBNOB.- The amount of rcv-| enue to Sonoma county from sale of county licenses for the year ending July Ist, ISU2, was $0,898 75:—Dem. read! read!! Read the fuilomiigcertificates andbe conduced: Gallinas, Sept. 15, 18G1. To John Dd Trios, Esq., .Sim Rafael. I hereby certify that I have been afflicted with the most severe ease of Rheumatism oi a most lliuistinl character, for several years, and (luring that period I have been advised and under the treatment of some of themost eminent physicians without the least benefit, and have been pronounced incurable by several of them. I was advised by a fri...

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

Kancho lor Salt-. yvrlf-X be sold at private sale, i \ the north-eastern portion of the jva. "Frink liancho," containing B 1,000 ACRES OF LARD, | of which 300 acres arearable,tmdthe remain- 1 der good grazing land, and especially adapted tor dairying purposes. One side of the entire tract is fenced. On the premises is a' lake of fresh water covering an area of about ten acres, beside:) never failing streams' throughout the entire tract. Title perfect. Terms,—One-third cash, the remainder in equal payments of one and two years with interest thereon at the rale of ten per cent per annum, Apply to JAMES MILLER, Or \VM. J. MILLEII, jeUtf San Rafael. Attention Bridge Builders. Notice to Contractofs. QKALEI) PROPOSALS for the construe. ) tion of a bridge across the San Antonio creek, the boundary line between the counties of Sonoma and Matin, at a point on said creek where the road leading from San llaHafael to l'etalumu City crosses said creek, will he received by the Board of Supervisor...

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

To all whom it may concern.! BE IT KNOWN" THAT I. i THOMAri OGG SHAW, h SOS SACEAMKNXQ .STREET, |' SAX FRANCISCO, ! HAVE now on hand mid for sale 8 and 10 ' Horse Steam Thrashers fur 1802. I < 8 and 10-Horse Power Machines, i Of Jno. A. Pitts' genuine make, linlfalti, N. t V., with all of C. M. Russell's improvements in the Shoe land Cylinder ; as it runs on steel 1 pivots, and in nil ntlu-r respect* superior to I the Russell iriuke of Machine, both in mate- • rial and workmanship, as well as finish ; 1 with the large sized, improved Jack. ' SIX 12 HOUSE POWER f STEAP/J ENGINES \ OX TRUCKS, 1 and capable of running the largest sized Sep- ' eratnr, and thrashing in one day, in a good ' and workmanlike manner, 2,000 sacks of ' grain, t 4 and 6-Ilorso Machines, i In all respects the same us the large machine, ' to run With (iEAU, same as old style Pitts'. 1 All of the atiove Machines arc made at ■" Buffalo, N. Y., expressly for me and undi i ' my direction. Any person in wan...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

Sheriffs Sale. BY virtue of a writ of Execution i»»«ed out of the District Court of the FoUrtM Judicial District, City and Cttunty Sf S*n Francisco. State of California, fdr • Judged incut rendered in said Court, Off the 23d daT of March A J D., 18.J8, at the suit of Robert S. Watson, and against Samuel B. Throckmorton, dcfchjdaht, I have levied en | and will sell all the right, title and interest of the defendant, M and to the following named Reitl Estate, situated itl Marin County and described Us follows : , All that certain 1 piece, parcel or tract •! land belonging to find beiilg the "Kancho da Saucclito," in the county of Monti, in the State of California, and btJn'g described as follows, to wit i Beginning at the point whore the southern boundary line of the town Of Saucclito strikesthtltUw watermark; southeast of said town of Saucclito; thence running alo'ng said low water mark lv to the most southern point of the land; thence sonthweSfcrty the low water mark to the poiipt c...

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Memory of Departed Friends. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

Memory of Departed Friends. Marin County Journal. San Rafael, ::::: July 19, 1862. , F'-r the Journal The more we love the more we weep When kindred come to die, When they beneath the sod do sleep Th n we will linger nigh. v ßut yet to them we cannot (-peak, , ~ Uowv r full the heart. 'Tis then a 'car is on our cheek, Oh ! it is tad to part. Ah ! when we see the deitp dark graves What ca i our feelings be! Or when the long grass gently waves O'er those we cannot see! What pi a 'lit memories mo.t d^ar Do we keep tor 'hi_ir nam.'! v Ee numb-T ng t!ie time is near .• When we must sleep the same! Again on earth wo cannot meet, Hut s 'on with parting breath We from the <tog_< of life retreat, Yes! we shall meet in death. James Mu.t.toan McLam.

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A Patriotic Speech by Mr. Lincoln. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

A Patriotic Speech by Mr. Lincoln. T'nc President received a deputation from the General Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church, May 13th.and in reply to a i address of Rev. Dt'.Pdiolwan, spone as follows : Gextmj.mex.—l welcome here the representatives of the Evangelical Lutherans of the United .State-:. i accept. with gratitude their assurance of the s} tfipathy and support of that eiilightencd, Infiuentiul and loyal class of my fellow citi/.ens in an important crisis,' which involves, in my judgment, not only the civil and religious liberties own dear l.in i, but in a a large degiee the civil and religious liberties of inan-i kind in many countries and through] many Yon Well know, g nil - men, and the world knows trV forces and resources the public agents have brought into employment to sustain •» government ag.tinst which there has b ten brought not one ;om plaint of real; injury committed against society at, home or abroad. You may all recollect! that in taking up the sword t...

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Meeting of the Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 19 July 1862

Meeting of the Courts. DISTHICI':.' M ;:r,7-h Tu lu-ial IVntr!c f . II in. V.. W. M ICixvruv, Jutlrf'. Mou-.-ion th.' I •'. AI i]i l.iy in .MtUX'h, July and Xuvvni- \> t. c iv:m' or sk~<i >\sj it, it" fihxk, .In !;•; V. V, ■:■,'./-■, /,'. r. HVWi. A«W)C".- ;.■••-. M '."soil >lu I■' M .-.i l'iy iu F. !>'y„ ■ Illy. A UJI'l ■• ;m I N'dv 'in'i 'l', ni'Ni'i' i:°»l'iU' A V.) I'itOUATK '.' M' i; I'.. M j s m :ii • I.IUU • tiniL' u • < '•mi r <)! fv 1 .»iio!l .. o i fhu 1 i! M > i liy in Fs.'b'y„ .May, A-h#u t tui* 1 Vuv 'ml) ].

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

SPECIAL NOTICES. it llMl lli'l 1- >■ lll't.l < i.'lii 1, ii|i-.i. ll.e -t-i't* cif ll.e llliill I. ll 111- Wtllll/.lh* II il , Ailll'll pl'l V.ilf. >.V. I V 'l--te-, li.etlilll.il.., litii"''. ti en. it', if I ml. ..i hi h- r iii (.inn iii -I-el mi'i-i.li in . ***» i hitl]|t ti we li iln- i t.-tii it* tit li :," ;i-e, -I. k !,---- it, ii.t In- ill.- etui-., ll'i l|.*t, -lli'l tlll'll '!le t-iill-.- I- I in lll'ltti 'I, Mil J-^lllltl ie in li 11. I' e iii 'it- i s,i", ii U ft |. In-le itin' 'ln- inm-tltil l-.-,ieli ri'.linlllU |trn|M • f!«--. ~' "> ..Mi's S ,i<< ,< .e ,itii.i. i i.i,* iniit.il, »it-.l : il* nji t'l'i-iii it-... 1,. - id.- |/i fin ut t!t-.-it-i*. nti-l flu- i in,- u ■!■ il.ir-ti- me tin r- In!' until- ,1 Hll'i ll i.lli.ll|jli. IV. LIS DM fine oOlinrs £ Ai.r. and it fl'iKf.tr* and Tobacco, l!i!t n a-.'l ' i ti-. n ■'i< h S'r'-.-!>, o, |ii»*ifi' rci'iiuich !»> k...

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

uJuh JPiuncuco ty/tiwHtltmenVi. l. n. *i\«s;u &, cos. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Wi: hsvp jnM in-tivid » lot of our I •■A" M.i« hii»< », wi'h nil|it«>«< <l Fhrtf Pute. • iiii|it«ivi-tii« i. it ft ii'U ii.ml. in it.i-M-i* . lillif It.Hki- It W IIHC II f Ifitltf hj» 111 ill "111 ll I'l 'an.: i< » 111 « Hid ii h Miu'tillii' lii iliiini: ti m vx «« will ii. Ilytil Hulk. lix ll.e 11111 i<> vi ll* 111 111 11 it- Kl« »' I*l l»l- mill lll** rtilHlilJl 11.l II 1 t the illlrHil, I In' Iniikinu ill uuUltn urn. tlllliltl l» ttUujtVlt.U I'tlV l.il'l|. Mm l.ihi.- lur fAiLomxa, SIIUICMAKIXU CllTJin A MATTtIEHS BIXDJXU. WOT-TITTIXG, cloy:: makixo, c.inui.taii thimmixu, \n'l ill ■iram-lir-* of miiiiilfiU'tuiillK f- 1 - >.■.« I .J \I H'lllllHK MfH II I'll, AI. i nil Imii-I. ii «ii|i|>U ill* Silk. ■>!' iv> i \ "!"l i-ii-l *)/<•. Ir 111 It'l' till'.! In!...

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

I dtlan jpiunciico &JdvciJMiiitw/i. J.Conner's Sons'U.S.Type Foundry W'M. FAILKKERA SOX,Agt's., Xo. 520 SAN SOME STREET, San Francisco, Cal. Every article necessary for a complete Xcws, or Job I'iiii ing Office, furnished at the lowest prices. ALSO A gets for Taylor's Gordon's, Dcgoncr's, Newbury's, Potter's and HnwkcVPresses, inarch 15—lyhil FOR BAJLE! HOMESTEADS&VALUABLE KEAL ESTATE. Building Lots from $lO to $2OO each 50 Vara Lots and Entire Blocks BEAUTIFUL GARDEN LAUD! IN Mm- < 'll \ mnl t'nuiit% ul Suit KiHiiei-en, ■: ■>n 'lf hi" »i it.- Sin Jo.-e Railroad, hi iheWEsr kxi) depot. riiH-iii.'i-«i>-»i>lu'il» l'Kl!rKtM'. lieiny h S|i»ni-ti Grant, finally tiniiiia.itl Hint patented ia ilieUniud ISlHll s, ; Tf.t- Shaffer Rill r»«ppcts this Title, The <!i»> AiiihninicM respi ct it, ; The Di-iin t Courts and | Sim it n i (-ni.it ..f the Uiiii. il States respect it. lte-ide* i!:h Vole lis-* bet M ...

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

{Jan ji/'ianciico %j}ilvtlfatwtnh. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWS STEAMER PETALUMA, Notice lo Callle Drovers RAXCKkIJUCS. rrlllS steamer will touch daily at the wharf X at San Qucntin, on in l.ic-h tl.cici> no tolls —and opposite tie landii gin ban Fiancisto.ii a corral in which i attic biovght by her can be placed, fiee of il aige, i nil tie time specified l« the ordinance to allow tl.im to be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Fcrd, (Commission lilulauts, 77 AXD~<) DAVIS STREET,, rati— ly SAN EKANCISCO Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Irks, Cord Stock. No-. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 2:)—ly SAX FHANCISOO. ~~> \ PAINTER & CO. Cj Practioul Printert and Dealers in ij Typo, Presses, Printing *» Materials, --.1 //*/.', Paper, Curds, <fc . 11. I'.UNTJ.Ii nnsxme, >{ CISCO. ted out with 1 SAN KKA"NCISCO. > fitted out wi > dispatch....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2. --- NO. 19.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1862. {WHOLE NO. 71

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Mother at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Mother at Home. ffloedical. Oh! where U the sweet, radiant glimmering light, That makes the hroad pathway of infa.icy bright > Where are the dew-drops that freshened the flowers, Budding to bloom in o-ir earliest hours? Where U the light zeph r whispering low, That lends to enchantment a fanciful glow ? Revisiting childhood's lov'd truck, as we roum We'll find all that sweetness with Mother at Home. There the kind smiles that have cheered our young lot— The kiss that assured us each fault was forgot, The tears that have glistened awhile on the cheek. When to think of a parting the heart was t"0 weak— The voice that in mildness held charms for the ear, itself—teaching heavenly fear, The kiss, the embrace that we'd claim all our own— Aye ! the purest ot love is with Mother at Home. The wnnchrcr may follow in pathway of fame, The honor* of war may make glorious hi* name, Pr iud laurels, hard earned, may encircle his brow. Or his fortune be made by the boat or the plow ; With...

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"Nothing to live For." [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

"Nothing to live For." ■ Say you so, young man? Shame on your .manhood lot uttering such a senjtiment! You have been diappoiuted i perhaps, in the attachment of an object on which you have foolishly net your heart; some "wee bit lassie," as I Burns lias it whom you would clasp in your anus were it not for tear of "misI sing the dry goods up," hu* led you a willing captive to the charms of her oeauty and because she wearied ot too, easy conquest, and broke the chain that' uouiiil her too you that she might go tenth, like Alexander, to subdue other: .ungdoms.you set tamely down and be-1 noan your hard fate as if you were the: greatest martyr since Nero's time! —| "Nothing to live for!" I blush for your | wilful blindness. Arise and use the eyes that jlod has given you for some useful purpose, and you will see misery i enough in the world—genuine misery : —to make you ashamed of the selfish I byronic sentiment Which now unmans, you. "Rouse to «ome work of higlii and holy lovet;" take y...

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Battle Hymn of the Republic. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Battle Hymn of the Republic. [The following spirited poem from the Atlantic Monthly for February, is the production of a gifted American authoress—Mrs. Julia Ward Howe—and is written for the music of " Glory Hallelujah I" Mine eyes have seen the gloTy of tit coming 'of the Lord; He is trampling out the vintage where the crape* of wrath nre stored ; lis hath loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift swo d: His truth is marching on. I have seen him in the watch-fires of a hundred circling camps; They have builded him an altar in the evening dews and damps; I can read his righteous sentence by the dim and flaring lamps: lIU da% is marching on. I have read a Kory gospel writ in burnished rows of stee: : '•As you deal with my contemners, so with you my grace shall deal; Let the Hero born of women, crush the serpent with his heel, Since God is marching on." He has sounded forth the trumpet that shall fiever cull retreat; sifted out the hearts of men before Jlis judgment seat; Oh,...

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