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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

$m Md/aei <gldixdiMmmh THO3. H. HANSOM, ATTORNEY AT L. AW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CJ. m 23 tf CAT-JO'-IN H. WA^M-SIM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL. MARIN CO. march 23—ly J. H. HXTtaiorT, M. D., PiIVSICIAN AND SURG ON, -Hyatt's Ranch, Nova to Point, Mam County aug!o-6m DANIEL T.TAYLOit, ■•Notary Public & Convayanser. 'DEEDS, MORTGAGES, LEASES, POWER OF ATTORNEY, And all other LEGAL DOCUMENTS, drawn with dispatch. DEPOSIHONS taken to b? u<ed in all the Courts of thiS'a*e. E taniiner of Dee is and SEAR. CiIER OF RECORDS. :W-I" beu familiar with the titles of REAL ESVAIL in this county -ince 1850. Clerk's Office, San Rafael. m 23 6m Wtt. S. HUGHES, Justice of the Poace. Special atten'Ura will be paid to drawing Died*, Mortgage*, Leases, Powers of Attorney, and ►ailing the acknowledgments thereto »»• Justices of the Peace are authorised *by law to take the proof or acknowledgertwnt of every conveyance aifccting any real «>state co...

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

Marin County Journal. San Rafael, ::::: July 26, 1862. UNION CONVENTION. — By notice in another column it will be seen that the Union Democratic Central Committee have called a Union Convention to meet at the Court House in San Rafael, on the 2nd day of August next, for the purpose of nominating one Assemblyman for the County of Marin, and Supervisors for Districts Nos. 1 and 2, and to elect delegates to attend a Joint Convention with the county of Contra Costa, for the purpose of nominating one Senator for Senatorial District No. 10. ROBBERY BY THE ESCAPED CONVICTS. — On Thursday evening, soon after dark, the residence of Solomon Hesler, residing at Nicasio, was entered by five of the late escapees, declaring themselves to be highwaymen, turned the house topsy-turvey, stripped Hesler of his clothing, carried away everything that was of any value, amongst which were two rifles, ammunition &c., and after threatening to tie and gag him, finally left without carrying their ...

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STATE PRISON ON THE 22ND. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

STATE PRISON ON THE 22ND. Full Account of the "Break" AT THE OUR town was thrown into great excitement on Tuesday last, by a State Prison Guard riding furiously into our midst with the astounding intelligence that the convicts at San Quentin to the number of 400 had, made a "break," captured the canons and small arms, and were marching towards this place. In a few mornents all the arms that were available were brought forth ready for use in case the prisoners should show themselves in this vicinity. The story told by the guard, who was evidently much excited, was so extraordinary that it was doubted by our citizens, as they were used to hearing such reports, but still they were well prepared to give them a warm reception should they attempt an approach. On consultation by the citizens it was deemed advisable not to leave town until farther information was had. A few of our citizens accompanied by the Sheriff, all well mounted, proceeded across the hills to Ross' Embarcadero, where t...

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State Prison Matters. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

State Prison Matters. ARTICLES OF COMPLAINT OF THE RESIDENT DIRECTOR OF THE CALIFORNIA STATE PRISON AGAINST W. E. ROBINSON, WARDEN OF SAID PRISON. SAN QUENTIN, July 8, 1862. 1st. Said W. E. Robinson refuses and neglects to render an account of the monies in his possession, as Warden of said Prison. 2d. Said Robinson is guilty of insubordination, in violating the direct orders of the said Resident Director, to wit: In permitting a prisoner to go out of the county, when requested by the said Director to send no prisoner outside of the ground lines, except the trusty which is permitted to sleep outside of the walls. Also turning convict laborers over to work on contracts, in violation of the order of said Director. 3d. Said Robinson has sold property and collected money belonging to the State of California, and neglected to render any account of such sale and collections. 4th. Said Robinson has made false and erroneous statements to said Director relative to his official acts as Warden...

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Eastern News. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Eastern News. New York, July 21st. It is now positively known that the President, under the advice of General Scott and with the acquiescence of General McClellan, has called General Halleck to Washington, to act as General-in-Chief of the armies of the United States. He will have control of all the armies in the field, thus relieving Mr. Secretary Stanton from his official business. Gen. Pope telegraphs to the War Department that the cavalry expedition under Gen. King, left Fredericksburg at 7 o'clock on the evening of the 9th, and after a forced march made a descent by daylight, on Sunday, on the Virginia Central Railroad, at Beaver Dam Creek, 25 miles west of Hanover Junction, and 35 miles from Richmond. They destroyed the railroad and telegraph for several miles, burned the depot, which contained a large amount of amunition and other valuable property. The whole country was thrown into a great state of alarm. One private on our side was wounded. The cavalry made eighty miles in ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of a decree of foreclosure of mortgage and order of sale issued out of the District Court of the 7th Judicial District, in and for Marin County, State of California, at the suit of W. W. Neal against George F. Snow and Eliza H. Snow, for judgment recorded in said Court on the 7th day of July, A. D. 1862, wherein I am commanded to sell the following described proplerly, to wit: All that certain lot of land, known on the map of the town of Saucelito as Lot No, 20 in Block No. 2 — the said lot lying and being 30 feet front on Second Street, running back in paralell linesat right angles to the street one hundred feet in depth on Main Street, together with all and singular the tenements and hereditaments and the appurtenances thereunto belonging. Notice is hereby given that on FRIDAY THE 15th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1862, at the hour of 12 o'clock, M., of that day, I will sell the above described premises, by virtue of said decree; at the Court House door in San Ra...

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OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

OUR AGENTS. Marin County Journal. Correspondence is solicited from this and adjoining counties, to which due attention will be given. Notices of Births, Marriagas and Deaths inserted free of charge. 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 Rancho.

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Mxrin County Journal."] BUXTEK, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, #>U 30@40 " Eastern 26®30; dozen 10 Cheese, California, .JJ-'lb lOg 10. AVheat \f 100 lbs— Flour per l,bl— i For seed, §0,00@0,00 Superfine, 5,75(«.(500' " milling, 1,50Ji:2,00 Extra,... 6,7f>@7,00 Barley, seed,o,oo@o,oo; 11 ukor'scx 7,"5@8,00 do brew.l, 16@1,2(l Cornmeal—do feed 1,1u@1,12 Eustem.jf'bbl s@si Seed Oats, .0,00(».:0,0» : Domestic (|'lb. .4(«-> Feed O*tB,.t,so@l,o2'Hay IJ'tun. .slB(fr>o Corn. 2,40(*2.00.1'0tat0s \yib 2@3 : ltye,... . .4,80(g8,00i Beans S^gOJ Buekwheat,4,oOC'C ; s.oo:Onions,. 5,00(»3,00 Sciuasli|f/tun,sloiil2HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, Elf. Wool, common coarse l2 do best quality 10;«;18: do extra Merino, 25<£i 22 Refined Tallow, {j/lb o(n flj Bry Hides, ty'lb @ 131 Sheep skins, wool on, .. UiQl. 1G ] do do plain, 12;« lo! Goat skins, each 30(«'37|

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Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Cattle Market. AVERAOIi SLAL-GHTI'.UEK'S I'UICr.3. BEEF— American, first quality, ti(ri 7 j " second do 1 (•< -i | Spanish, fir.-t quality, •'(.■'<.'s. .. .2d do. - : VEIL '...". 4@Bc| HOfiSStock 2(r)34V Fat, on foot s(w>fsc: Fat, dressed, , 7(>i i>c i MXTTTOX— Dressed 3(Vi 7c I MILCH COWSFirst quality, . S2of/' : 401 Second quality, fl/)(r?go|

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

OLIVER'S DELTA E¥E OPENER. A healthy, pure, invigorating American 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. . .IIIE Proprietor of .. _L erage, in his long experience as one of the largest Importers of first-class Wines and Liquors in the city of New Yo;k, bus long felt the want that existed in uvery family, ot « Tunic, which could be used with beneht.by Avery household, from child to ad'ii\ and in 'compounding this bsverog?, his aim has been to use Only the purest material, with the most rcchere Jiarorinj, thereby fully establishing the fact, that a vast d sgvoe nf benefit accrues from the use of this -timula t, in comparison with the vile compounds so extensively manufactured andfoisted on the public, under the endorsement of a paid analytical certificate. In the Atlantic States, this truly Katioml Drink supersedes the use of all others evei introduced...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

read! read!! Read the following certificates a~.dbe eoHvinl: Gallinas, Sept. 15, 13G1. I To John Dc Fries, Esq., San Rafael. I hereby certify that I have been afflicted' with the most severe ease of Rheumatism of; a most unusual character, for several years, | and duvi'g that period I have been advised and under the treatment of some of the most > eminent physicians without the least benefit, and have been pronounced incurable Inseveral of them. I was advised by a friend to try your treatment. I did so, as a last resort, as I was lame and helpless as an in-1 taut, and to my surprise and gratification I found myself cured and able to go to work! in the short space of five weeks, and have 1 been cured well now for about one year, and find your medicine most excellent and without any bad elfert—the same as mercury or other medicine often has —and I can rcc-' ommend your treatment to all tho-e affected,' RICHARD DOWDELL. ' Sworn and subscribed before me this 16th; day of Sept...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Rancho for Sale. WILL be sold at private sale, the north-eastern portion of the "Frink Rancho," containing , 1,000 ACRES OF LAND, of which 300 acres arearable.nnd the remain-! der good grazing land, uud especially adapted far dairying purposes. One side of the entire tract is fenced. On the premises is a lake of fresh- water covering nnarea of about ten acres, besides never failing streams throughout the entire tract. Title perfect. Tr.KMs.—One-third cash, the remainder m equal payments of one and two years with interest thereon at the rate often per cent; per annum. Apply to JAMES MILLER, Or WM. J. MILLER, ieUtf San Rafael. Attention Bridge Builders. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS tor the construction of a bridge across the San Antonio creek, the boundary line between the counties of Sonoma and Marin, at a point on said creek where the road leading from San Rafael to Petaluma City crosses said creek, will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Marin County, at the offi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

To all whom it may concern. HE IT KNOWN THAT I, THOMA6 OGG SHAW, 203 SACRAMENTO BTRKKT, SAN' FRANCISCO, HAVE now on hand umi lor sale 8 and 10 Horse Steam Thrashersfjr 1862. 8 and 10-Horso Power Machines, Of J no, A. l*n t=»" genome in >k", Bulialo, N. Y., with i.II of C. M. Russell's imprbvi mental in the- Shoe and Cylinder ; us it r.ms on steel I ij;v.ir-, and in all other re*peota fuperior U» the Russell make of Machine, both in material and workmanship, a.s well as tiuiah ; with tlie sized, improved Jaclc. SIX 12 IIORSE POWER STEAM ENCINE3 OX TRUCKS, mil capable of running the largest steed Sep•rator, and thrashing in one day. in u good and workmanlike manner, 2,000 sack* ol grain. 4 and 6-llorso Machines, In all respects the name as the large machine, to run with GEAR, same ns old style Pitts'. All of the above Machines are made »' Uuff.ilo, N , Y., expressly for me and undu my direction. Any person in want of tuch machines cannot (ail to be pleated, u» this Machine ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Sheriff's SMI*; BY virtue of c writ of Execution issued out of the liistrict Court of the Fourth Judicial District, City and County of San Francisco, State of California, for a Judgement rendered in said Court, on the 23d da/ of March A. 1)., 18cS, at the suit of Robert S. Watson, plaintiif, and against Samuel R. Throckmorton, defendant, i hart levied oa and will sell ail the right, title and interest of the defendant, in and to the following il E»;ute, .situated in Marin Coua* ty and described a?, follows: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land belonging to and being the "Raacho de Saucclito," in the county of Marin, in the State of California, and lining described a* follows, to wii i < Beginning at ths point where the southern boundary line of the t wool Saucclito strikes the low watermark, southeast of said to wit of Saucciito; thence running along said low water mark southerly to the most southern pnint of thi thence southwesterly along the low water mark to...

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Sonnet. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

Sonnet. BY J. M. MC LAM. Marin County Journal. San Rafael, ::::: July 26, 1862. Ye little sylvan chorister*, how sweet, At early morn ye charm the silent air With melody harmonious —replete With cheerful gratitude, and thankful ■"' prai e—- ' With ne'er a note of sorrow or care - To mar the heavenly beau'.y of thy lays. And as the day, sweet bird, draw* near a, clo-e, When matchless paintings gild the sober, west, Tor artless praise thou flyest to repose: How innocent! from care seeujely blest, ; Ilich and .sincere the tribute thou dost give. And prai-eis all thy livelong day's employ; Shall man in base ingratitude then live, Created vastly much more to enjoy.

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

The Glory of Labob.—The world is' coining rapidly to an understanding of the true position which its toiling millions occupy, er shuld occupy; years ago the poet told us, "Honor and shame from n» condition rise • Act well thy part; there all the honor lies."' And the true poet is always the poet of tru'h. But that which is proclaimed a* the prerogative of labor, wa, not its recognized condition at the time of its utterance. Not only did the great ones of earth deride the claims of that labor, which made their greatness, not only did hisextol the favorites of fortune, but men of toil themselves were divided against each other, and belittled each other's trades and callings, thus playing into the hands of those who kept the whole producing mass in supjection. It was in vain th. t rising along the course of centuries, here and there glorious representatives of toil stood up and vindicated the great doctrine of human equality. Their voices were soon hushed; but the leaven was fermenting...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862

SPECIAL NOTICES. Hetllth i]c|)i'iiil.i »ltinmt rniirel) upon tin ■ ttiie nf the hlouil. It the vitalUihK Hun; •vhioh pcTvtidfi* every ri.«Mjp, nieiitbrmie, ri'in\ tiUiuent, klhiii). or oth«*r <iri*ari, prtmaM mid »uh-.itlUrv, he i'hnri;i'(i wifh the t-leniiMi l f diseuse.sickneHU muni be the i-iiiiarqu- nee, tufl until the i**u»p in era'lii'utt--<t, no jjpiiii* in-lit relief vin tie I'Xiifitid It is here thai S.tNli'it >mhas\|'uiii.l.a Hre llialltlenteil : it* *eartfhllii( o|ii iiiiinn renrhej. the iirrm ot fit* •use. iln-l the cute* it perform* lire 'thrrefui> niiliiiil nml thorntii-h. Mooting of the Courts. *• DISTRICT COURT, 7th Judicial District. Hon. E. W. MclviNsTitY, Judge, Meets on the Ist Monday in March, July and November. COURT OF SESSIONS! B. B. Fiunk, Judge; .V. Xuckoldt, H. C. Welch, Associates. Muets on the Ist Monday iu Feb'y., iluv, August and November. COUNTY COUttT AXD PROBATE OUJtT. Meets at the same time as Court of Se...

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