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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862
vJun y)'u.ncuco &lt;gldveviiia&gt;ituh. 1. n. SIM. IK &amp; CO'S. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. We havejuat rereived a lot of our lettei "A" Machines, with Improved Face Fluff. The improvement* recently made in thi&gt; Ma- ■ hine make it what h.is lotltl been desired bj families in want o' a Machine lor doing hea vy as well aa light work, By the improveinent in the Fare Plate and new arrangement, ..f the thread, the breaking of needlea uw. thread i&gt; altogether obviated. Alwr.j s oa l:au&lt;J Machines for TaILORIXG, SIIOEMAKIXG GAITER A 3IATTRESH BIXDJXU, BOOT-FITTIXG, GLOVE MAKIXG, lIARXESS Is LEATHER WORI CARRIAGE TUIMMIXG, J And all branrfiee of manufacturing when I Sewing Machines are u«etl. Also tin hand, a supply of Silk, of evn [color pud size, Imm the hne»t for stitching. ] 'ii heavy silk for embroidering—all of mi' I iwn manufacture, and superior tu any eve: I'iruught to thi« market. D. V. BUODERICK. As^nt, dec 8 139 Mon...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862
tiun J/'iancoco &amp;Jdvcu/liemini/i. J.Connor's Sons'U.S.Typa Foundry WJI. FAILKNEIt &amp; SOS.ABI'*.. No. 526 SAXSOME STREET, San Fraucisco, Cal. Every article necessary for a complete News, or Job Printing Ollice, I'uiuj.shed at the lowest prices. —also — \gents for Taylor's Gordon's, Degcncr's, Newbury's, l'ottcr's unci Huwkes' Presses inarch 15—ly [n] FOIS SALE! HOMESTEADS P.EAL ESTATE. Building Lots from $lO to $2OO each 30 Vara Lets and Entire Blocks SEA&amp;JTIFZJI, GARDEN LABHttJ i N iln- City and County of S«n Frmui-rii. on the lint- "I the Sin Jnse Rullnmd, at •f VVEsT KXI) DEPOT. The ritlp U»h nlineh PERFECT, bi-ini! H S|inl)i-li Grunt. iniriy contlimt-d and patented by the United M:ite.i. The Shutter Hill respects this Title, Tl ■■■ Uit&gt; Authorities ri'Mict it, Tin- DUttict Courts and Supreme Court «»f t|ie United Siaus riqieil it. Pr qiiu'tc &gt;\ ti final I)t eree Mid, Judgment against thi • ity, so that there is iiut even a ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 26 July 1862
a/an JPtanciico For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER petaluma; Xotice to Cattle Drovers RANCHER OS. THIS steamer will touch daily at the wharf at San Quentin, on which there is no tolls —and opposite the landir.g in San Fianeisco, U a uorriil in which cattle bi ought by her can be placed, fice of thaige, until the rime specified in theoidjnance to allow them o be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell &amp; Ford, (Commission gfcltrjiaiiis, 77 AND 79 DA VIS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FRANCISCO Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, Printing Material, Inks, Card Stock. Nos. lllond 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. ~ i PAINTER &amp;Co7~ uD Practical Printers and Dealers in ™ Type, Presses, Prisiting, • Materials, i Ink, Paper, Cards, d-c* 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, j. b. painter. } SAN FRANCISCO. j. m. painter. &gt; jyOffices fitted out with; r. b. painter. ) dispatch. march 23 —ly 3. F. &amp; J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys at L...
Regret. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Regret. Come! oh come to me again! I know you've caused me hours of pain—- ' I'is not their memory I bemoan, But that you've left me sad and lone; Each moment now brings new regret, Return ! I cherish, love thee yet. Joy leaves my heart but to replace The picture of thy sorrow ing face j Alas! it cannot longer bear The weight of sadness resting there; I sleep, and catch thy spirits gleam—&gt; 1 wake—my bliss was but a dream. Why tarry then ?—pray is it not Enough to say—'tis past, forgot ? Yet, yet rememb'rance sure will live. Then heed my answer—l forgive, Forgiv'ncss from my spirit's urn, Where Friendship whispers—quick, teturn Aye ! then return, I miss thy voice, That bade my spirit's harp rejoice, And from its si:ent chambers rung The music of a stranger tongue. And drew its sigh of deep regret— But come ! I cherish, love thee yet. Xovato, July 14th '62. sISTEB mat. [Original.] [Original.]
To the Sunnbeam. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
To the Sunnbeam. BY BKQTHEIt Ji'SE. Come beauteous Sunbeam, prythee come With all thy splendors born on high, Come, rest upon my spirit's dome, And gild the wings of ev'ry sigh. Thy dazzling radiance spreads a charm Fr im shore to si ore, from pole to pole ; Come, yield a life-enchanted balm Unto affection's wounded soul. Deep in the woodland's silent breast Thy penetrating glance is seen; Far 0:1 the ocean's milky crest There, thou art glory's joyous sheen. Amid the mountain's verdant lace Thy beauty toyeth with the air— Thou art 'he sov'reign of all space— Eternal ruler of the sphere. Within thy fervid, fond embrace All nature glows, all gloom expires; i'hou art the whole of heavenly grace— Soul of the germ of mystic tires. Oh! in thy condescending wake, Stoop down and bless my spirit's whole, With one reviving smile, to break The icy fetters of my soul. For, in my bosom desolate, Too deeply frozen are streams, Whose wont it was to animate That tabernacle of my dreams. Yes, as t'n...
Betting on Certainties. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Betting on Certainties. In days pone by, there lived in the .rood city of Augusta, Georgia. Co!. C. ind Major P., both gentlemen cf portion. They were wealthy and had considerable to do in the regulations ol hank stock, city bonds, &amp;c. But like a good ' many Southern gentleman of nfHuent circumstances, they both delighted in taking a game of s! ort cards —eld sledge, draw poker and the like. These little amusements often drew the aforesaid gentlemen together after business hoursj and now and then the ,'ame continued to a late hour. Thus matters went on ; finally, on Saturday they had played till the old city bell had proclaimed the hour of midnight.! Its solcin voice fell warningly upon the ears of those at the table. For awhile they were silent, the deck wad laid! aside. At length the silence was broken by Col. C. : "Major," he said, "we are acting very wrong. Did jou ever think what tn evil, what a demoralizing effect audi t course of life as this has upon .the . v HMg...
CHIVALRY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
CHIVALRY. , The days of chivalry are not. gone. Let me remark that this assertion does , not apply to the blatant, nigger-driving article that whilom flourished in Dixie, j for that is about 'played out,' though they still rant and prate about the 'flower of chivary.' At Fort Lafayette, there is an herbarium of choice specimens (rather faded and seedy) of that curious 'yarb ;' and at the old Alton Penitentiary, and at Camp Douglas, Chicago, there arc collections, not so choice and a great deal more seedy. — I Though Simon Bolivar Buckner, a , 'sweet-scented pink of the Southern ; jchivalry; though he must have his lit- , I tie fling at us, and call General Grant) I'ungerous and unchivalrous,' it does ) jnot strike me with stunning force that;. jhe, ingrate that he is, and traitor to i .the government that educated him, is 1 exactly the one to teach us what cliiv- ] j airy is, or how it ought to treat van- i iquished rebels. No, the days of chiv- U !alry are not gone. While the baseh...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
San Rafael Advertisements. —————— THOS. H. HANSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND NOTARY PUBLIC, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. m 23 tf CAL. —————— JOHN H. HARALSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SAN RAFAEL, MARIN CO. march 23—ly —————— J. H. HARRIOTT, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Hyatt's Ranch, Novato Point, Marin County aug10-6m —————— DANIEL T. TAYLOR, Notary Public &amp; 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 OF RECORDS. —►Has been familiar with the titles of REAL ESTATE in this county since 1850. Clerk's Office. San Rafael. m 23 6m —————— WM. 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 of the Peace are authorized by law to take the proof or acknowledgement of every conveyance affecting any real estate conveyed wi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Marin County Journal. San Rafael, :::: August 2, 1862. TO CORRESPONDENTS: "Sabbath Morn" — received too late for insertion this week — will appear in our next. "To the Sunbeam," "Regret," and a letter from "Shirley R." will be found in our columns elsewhere. THE war news of the past week is meagre and destitute of interest. Jackson is strongly reinforced at Gordonsville, but is so hedged in by Pope, Sigel, and Hatch, that he dare not make a demonstration toward Washington or up the valley. We may soon expect to hear of a great battle there, and of his final overthrow. It is reported that the rebels are attempting to make a raid in the direction of Louisville. The Federal forces are being concentrated at Memphis, probably for the purpose of headIng them off. SONOMA NOMINATIONS. — A correspondent of the Petaluma Argus reports the proceedings of the Democratic Union Convention held at Santa Rosa, on the 28th July. — They recognize the Colton wing of the Union Democratic State Committee...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
ENGLAND AFTER CALIFORNIA. — ln a recent speech in Congress, on the Pacific Railroad Mr. Sargent said: "I know the fact to be, that, during the pendency of the Trent difficulty, warning was sent by an eminent Californian, then in England, that orders had gone out to the British Pacific fleet to strike at San Francisco as soon as news arrived of the commencement of hostilities. — England desires California more than we seem to prize it, if our care for it may be estimated by our efforts to retain it. We anticipated England but a very little in its acquisition, according to Mr. Webster's testimony; and, if we are unwise, we may yet yield it up to her. I have here a list of British and French ships of war now in the Pacific, with their class, guns, tonnage; and horse-power. A majority of the fleet consists of powerful steamers, carrying guns of heavy calibre, and of the most improved invention. [The list comprises 7 steam vessels of watr carrying 145 guns.] THE Bulletin's letter says th...
Letter from Shirley R. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Letter from Shirley R. ED. JOURNAL. — Seated in the shade of my favorite redwood with my indispensable companion — my portfolio — the whim has seized me to write you another of my epistolary communications, although I fear that your rememberance of "Shirley" is like the memory of a dream; or if any impression has been made, as the confessions of "Ajax" and "D. H." would seem to indicate, that perhaps it would be better for me to "rest upon my laurels," content with doing well, and not attempting to do better. Yet, so prone to vanity is the human heart, that I really cannot resist the temptation. How lovely this July afternoon is! Italy's skies cannot be more serene and fair, than is the blue arch bending over me; nor can it's breezes be more fresh and pure than this that is bearing to me on it's light wings, a strain of softest music from the open window of our dwelling. A young friend of mine is playing an old, yet beautiful air, "The Monastery Bells." It's soft, sweet harmony so c...
COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
COMMERCIAL. [Corrected every Friday, in San Francisco, expressly for "Marin County Journal."] BUTTER, CHEESE, ETC. Butter, California, spib 30@40 Eastern 25@30 ( Eggs W dozen 40 Cheese, California, ty'lb 10@1G Wheat \y 100 lbs— Flour per bbl— For seed, $0,00@0,00 Superfine, 5,7*5(3600 " milling, 1,40(«&gt;1,75 Extra,, .. G,75(Vi7,00 Barley,seed,o,oo(go,oi) Baker'sex7,7s@S,oo do brew.l, li}@l',2o Cornmeal—do feed 1,10@1,12 Easterner/bbl 5@5A Seed Oats, .0,00(«0,0» Domestic ipib. .4(res Feed Oats,. Hay ..s 18&amp;20 Corn 2,40(«.'2.60 Potatos &lt;hyib 2@3 ltye 4,50@(&gt;.00; Beans sfe&gt;G iluckwheat,4,so@s,ooOnions,. 6,00@8,00 Squashhytun,slo@l2 : HIDES, WOOL, TALLOW, ETC. Wool, common coarse 4p*lbB@l2' do best quality ' 10(«&gt;18 do extra Merino 25@22 Refined Tallow, ■hp'lb o(w6 Dry Hides, ■Jp'lb &amp;li Sheep skins, wool on, 1:5(«)1G do do plain, 12(^15 Goat skins, each 30@37
Cattle Market. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Cattle Market. AVERAGE SLAUGHTERER'S PRICES. BEEF— American, first quality, 5(57 " second do" I@3 Spanish, first quality, 4(35 2d do. 2 VEAL 4@Bc_ HOGS— Stock 2@340 Fat, on foot, S@Bc Fat, dressed, 7@oc Murrox— Dressed 3@7c MILCH COWSFirst quality l?20@40 Second quality $15@20
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Turner's Causes' Wine! TURNER'S GINGER WINE!! TURNER'S GLNUER WINE !!! This article is prepared from pure White and Jamaica Ginger Rot t, in such a manner as to form the best ami most pleasant Tonie ever introduced ; and is an invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia, Indigestion, and for all diseases where a gentle stimulant is required to bring the system into healthy action. ONE MILLION GALLONS, IN CASES AND BARRELS, SOLD ANNUALLY Throughout the world, thereby proving its unequalled and unrivalled merits. It has received the npprobauoi.Jof th.; Med:C:d Faculty throughout the United States, and wherever known. S'dd wholesale bv TURNER BROTHERS. Cor. Washington and Franklin streets, N.Y. Niagara street, Buffalo. N. Y. ; Cor. Broadway &amp; Front sts., San Francisco, | and for sale by Merchants and Druggists, ! everywhere. [aug'2 —(in Turner's Forest Wine BITTERS. The greatest remedy of the age. FOa THE CL'llE or— DYSPEPSIA, LIVER COMPLAINT, WEAKNESS OF STOMACH, Or Derangement of the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
Sheriff's Sale. BY virtue of an Execution issued out of the District Court of the 7th Judicial District, in and for Marin county, State of California, at the suit of Moses Selig vs. M. Jerome, for a judgment rendered in said Court on the 19th day of July, A. D. 1862, I have levied on, and will sell the following property, to wit: 230 HEAD OF CATTLE, Consisting of Cows, Steers, two-year-olds Yearlings, and Calves. Also, Five Head of Horses. Notice is hereby given, that on THURSDAY THE 7th DAY OF AUGUST, A. D. 1862, at 11 o'clock, A. M. of that day, on the rancho of the above named defendant, in Bolinas Township, Marin County, I will sell the above named property at Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash, to satisfy said execution and all costs. San Rafael, Marin Co., July 29th 1862. a2td VAL. D. DOUB, Sheriff. A. BUSWELL &amp; CO., BOOK BINDERS, PAPER RULERS, AND Blank Book Manufacturers, 517 Clay, and 511 Commercial Streets, between Montgomery and Sansorne, San Franci...
OUR AGENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862
OUR AGENTS. 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. 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. SATURDAY, AUGUST 2.