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TOWN AND COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

TOWN AND COUNTRY. RAID OF THE ESCAPED CONVICTS. — This vicinity seems to be pretty well rid of those convicts who still remain at large. On Saturday night last, one of them stole a horse from the enclosure of Mr. Jno. Collister, but finding him rather an antiquated animal, turned him loose after riding him a short distance. The same night two boats were stolen from Pacheco's Embarcadero, and one from the Haystack, supposed to be the work of the escapees. On Friday night, 25th, a portion of the guard together with some of our citizens, came upon five of the refugees on San Antonio Creek, and demanded them to surrender, whereupon they evinced a determination of resistance, when the guard fired upon them, killing one and wounding another. The remainder threw down their arms and fled. The wounded man contrived to elude observation until the following morning, when he was captured and sent to his old quarters. The body of the one that was killed was taken to San Quentin on Saturday morni...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

The English war-steamer "Mutine". arrived in San Francisco from Panama, on Sunday last. The customary salutes were fired. Capt. F. W. Macondray died at his residence in San Francisco, on the 26th ult., aged 59 years. The San Francisco "Evening Journal" comes to us much enlarged and improved. — This journal is one of the best independent papers, of its class, published in the State — "sound on the Eagle," and worthy of its increasing patronage and popularity. We congratulate its proprietors on its success. BADLY BURNED. — The Tuolumne Courier says Miss Monroe, aged 16 or 17 years, while engaged in washing, had her dress take fire and in a moment was enveloped in flames. — With great presence of mind Mrs. Woodman caught a large blanket, threw it over the poor girl and smothered the flames; not however until she was badly burned over one side of her body and on one arm BAD ON REBELS. — Gen. Mitchell has announced to the Tennesseans, that it his determination to re-build no more of the ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

read! read!! Head the-foiloieing certificates andbe eonviii" cad: Gallinas, Sept. 15, 18G1. To John De Fries, Esq., San Rafael. I hereby certify that I -have been afflicted with the most severe case of Rheumatism of a most unusual character, for several years, and during 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 by several 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 mi in- 1 font, and to my surprise and gratification I, found myself cured and able to go to workin the short space of five weeks, and have been cured and well now for about one year, | and find your medicine most excellent and; without any bad etfert—the same as mercury or other medicine often has—and I can rec-i omraend your treatment to all those affected. RICHARD DOWDELL. S«om and subscribed before me this 16th dav of September, 1801....

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

Kancho for Sale. rILL. be sold at private sale, I » / the north-caatern portion of the ~" "Frink Rancho," containing , 1,000 ACRES OF LAND, of which 300 acres arc arable.and the remainder good grazing land, and especially adapted for dairying purposes. One side of the entire tract is fenced. On the premises is a lake of fresh water covering an area ef about 1 ten acres, besides never failing streams throughout the entire tract. Title perfect. Terms.—One-third cash, thp remainder in equal payments of one and twy years with interest Thereon at the rate of ten per cent per annum. Apply to JAMES MILLER, Or WM. J. MILLEr, jeHtf San Rafael. Attention Bridge Builders. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS for 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 lending from San RaItafael to'Pet'cluma City crosses said creek,, will be received by the Board of Supervisors of Marin Coun...

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

o all whom it may concern. BE IT KNOWN THAT I. THOMAS OGG SHAW, 208 SACRAMENTO STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, |T AVE now on hand and for sale 8 and 10 L Hun* Steam Thrasher* for 1862. 8 and 10-Horso Power Machines, Of J no. A. Pitta' genuine make, Buffalo, N. Y., with ail of C. M. Russell's improvements. in the Shoe and Cylinder ; as it runs on steel pivot*, and in all other renpecta superior tt> the Russell make of Machine, both in material and workmanship, a* well as fliiiah ; with the large sized, improved Jack. SIX 12 HORSE POWER STEAM ENGINES ON TRUCKS, and capable of running the largest sized Seperator, and thrashing in one day, in a good nid workmanlike manner, 2.U00 sacks ol {rain. 4 and 6-Horse Machines, In all respects the same as the large machine, to run with GUAR, same as old style Pitts'. All of the above Machines are made at Buffalo, N. T., expressly for me and undei my direction. Any person in want of such machines cannot fait to be pleased, as this Machine stands...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

IY rirtut of » writ of Execution iaraod Judicial District, CHy »nd County of 8a» Francisco, State of California, for a Ju ' aunt rendered in saia Ciurt, on the 23d of March A. D.. 1868, at the suit of rObert S. Watson, plaintiff, and against Samuel R. Throckmorton, defendant, I have levied on and will sell all the right, till* and interest of the defendant, in and following named Heal Estate, situated in Maria County and described as follows: All I hat certain piece, parcel or tract of land belonging to and being the "Rancho da Saucelito," in the county of Marin, in th# State of California, and being described a* follow!<, to wit: Beginning at the 'p<-iat where the southern boundary line of the' town ol Saucelito strikes the low water mark; southeast of said town of Saucelito; ,thene» running along said low water mark southerly to the most southern point of the land; thence southwesterly along the low water mark to the point called ;; Punta de loaitas;" thence ...

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To Solitude. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

To Solitude. BY ALICE C.VHY. ■■■. »' ■ ■ SUP *4si;tM tumuli) iMttiail. Sao tSafncl, tits August•», iB6tf. I am weary of the working, Weary of the long day's heat— To thy comfortable bosom, Wilt thou take me, spirit sweet. Weary of the lon'g, blind struggle For a pathway bright und high— Weary of t' e dimly dying Hopes that never quite all die. Weary searching a bad cipher For a good that mutt be meant; Discontent with being weary— Weary with my dUcotitci.t. I am weary of the trusting Where my trust but torments prove.' Wilt thou keep faith with me? wilt thou lie ray true and tender love? I am weary drifting, driving Like a hclmless bark at sea— Kindly, comfortable spirit Wilt thou give thyself to me ? Give thy birds to sing me sonnets? Give thy winds my cheeks to kiss? And thy mossy rocks to stand for The memorials of our bliss? I in reverence will hold thee, Never vexed with jealous ills, Though thy wild and wimpling watersWind about a thousand hills.

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THE YOUNG MUSICIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

THE YOUNG MUSICIAN. The following passsage in the life ol an English composer, copied from the Olive Branch, will thrill the heart ol many a mother who will read it here, no doubt for tha first time: Little Pierre sat humming by the bed-side of his mother, There was no \ bread in the closet, and for the whole day he had not tasted food. Yet he sal I bumming to keep up his spirits. Still at times he thought of his loneliness and hunger and he could scarcely keep the tears from his eyes, for he knew nothing would be no grateful to his poor invalid mother as a good sweet! orange, and yet he had not a penny in! the world. The little song ho was] singing was his own—one he had com-, posed with air and words ; for the child was a genius, and a fervent worshipper at the shrine of music. As the tears would roll down his cheeks, and his voice would falter at the sad, sad' thoughts, he did not dare to let his sick mother see, but hastily rising, hurried; to the window,and there watched a man ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

JIUOOKLYX lIOTDL,, Comer Broadway and Sansmne Streets SAN FKA.NOISCO. /«*!.. THE Proprietor of this well known ■' tuwl did e»tahli-hed Hou.e is still lit Ins old niiks—lridium the public, for the iow sum i.front i>ui.i.Aiis per week,and the orjf i«, "Still they tome !" This hotel wa« established in IS J2,nnd the Proprir-tor proudly appeals to ita well known reputation, and the same lime pledge* himaelf to Uae every endeavor to add to the comfort ami eonvepieme of his (Hiests. The liionklvn Ho-t«-1 WAGON will always he ready on the) . wharf on the arrival of tlie steamers, to convey passengers and their baggage to the j House, free of charge. To prevent Imposi- 1 tinn, he positive and see that BROOKLYN [ HOTEL is painted in large lvtiers on the side of the ornnlbu". Hoard per day, j*T :—Board per week,ijl ; —Meala, s»e's;'—l,o'll>!iv;h. 60et»; Lodging* week, £2 to ©Ji Single rooms fiOeta per niuhr. JOHN KELLY, Jr.. j7 —3m Proprietor.

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

in ji'tancuco Q&dvtilUtthicnh. i. iff. si.\<* i;k & cos. NEW STYLE FAMILY SEWING MACHINES. Wr. have just received o lot of our lettei "A." Mm hillf, »llh linptovid Face I'lhliI'he iiii |n uvfitifiir> ri-ciiiilv itntilnin thi* Mi»bine make it what hi» long been desired h> 'aillilif* in want «' a Mnchine tor doing hea •'y hs well Un l>i;lit work. )•> the iinpioveinnt in the Kare Plait* and new arrangement if (he thread, iht breaking of needles and thread is altogether obviated. Always on hand Machines for TAILORING, SIIOEMAIUNQ GAFTER &■ MATTRESS BINDING, I BOOT-FITTING, CLOVE MAKING, HARNESS A LEATHER WORhl CARRIAGE TRIMMING, And nil branches of manufacturing when ! Sewing Machines are Used, Alm> on hand, a supply of Silk, of ever} ! •olor end size, Irotn the finest tor stitching, | 'o heavy silk for embroidering—all of oui I ivvn manufacture, and superior to any evei brought to this...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 2 August 1862

ifan Jtiattci&co , J.Gonnor's Sons'TJ.S.Type Foundry ffM. FAULKNER & SON.Ajjt's., No. 526 SANSOME STREET, San Francisco, Cal. Every article necessary for a complete News, or Job Printing Office, furnuhcd at the lmvc.it prices. —ALSO— Agents for Taylor's Gordon's, Dcgener's, Newbury's, Potter's and Hatvkes' Presses, march 15 —ly[»] FOR SALEI HOMESTEADS & VALUABLE REAL ESTATE, 50 Vara Lots and Entire Blocks BEAUTIFUL GARDEN LAND! IN the City and County of San Francisco, on the line of the Kan Jose Railroad, all the WEST EM) DEPO I'. The title is ab soluiely PERFECT, being a Spanish Grant, Hnaily confirmed and patented by iheUnittr States. The Shatter Bill respects this Title, The City Authorities respect it, The DUttict Courts and Supreme Court of the •United Slates respect it, Besides the Title has been forever quieted by a final Decree snd Judgment against the City, so that mere is not even a cloud oi shadow upon it. tW Whoever purchases one of th...

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

Wan ffianciteo tg/ldvcilibemenl*. For San Francisco. THE WELL-KNOWN STEAMER PETALUMA, \olicc to Cattle Drovers AND RASCIIEROS. THIS steamer will touch daily at the wharf at Sun Qucntin, on v hieh there is no tolls —and opposite the landirg in San Fiancisco, is a corral in which cattle brought by her can be placed, free of charge, until the time specified in the ordinance to allow thtm ■o be driven through the streets. Reynolds, Howell & Ford, Commission Ultrtats, 77 AND 79 DAVIS STREET,. m23—ly SAN FRANCISCO Charles F. Bobbins, Importer and Dealer in TYPE, PRESSES, 'rintingMaterial, Inks, Card Stock,Nos. 11l and 113 Clay Street, m 23—ly SAN FRANCISCO. i PAINTER ft CO. Practical Printers and Dealers i» Type, Press«s, Printing . Materials, J Ink, Paper, Cards, &c. 510 Clay Street, above Sansome, . a. painter. } SAN FRANCISCO. . m. painter. > fitted* out wit& . k. paimkk. ) dispatch. Siorch 23—ly S. F. & J. REYNOLDS, Attorneys ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 9 August 1862

THE MARIN COUNTY JOURNAL. VOL. 2.--- NO. 21.} SAN RAFAEL, CAL. SATURDAY, AUGUST 9, 1862. { WHOLE NO. 73

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The Soldier's Funeral. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 9 August 1862

The Soldier's Funeral. [Original.] Slowly and mournfully march to the beat Of the deep muffled drum, thro' the moonlit street, And start at the sound of hurrying feet, For a soldier i? taking hi* rest: Prayers are not many, tears are but few, Yet the hearts of the mourners beat fondly and true, While they bind in its glory, the red, white and blue. Around the dead patriot's breast. No more to the sound of the martial strain Shall his heart beat wild in his breast again, Loudly his country may call—in vain—lie lives, he breathes—no more : When his soul awoke to the dreadful life. That menaced his country—with sabre and knife Like a hero he rushed to the death-dealing strife, And fought till the conflict was o'er. A tear is dashed from a comrade's eye—He passes the gravo with a troubled sigh, Alas ! the sacred spot is go nigh The Held of blood and pain : Then sadly and tenderly leave him to sleep. Angels shall guard him while lov'd ones weep, While the lights of heaven their vigils ke...

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Skedaddle. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 9 August 1862

Skedaddle. The shades of night v ere falling fast, As through a Southern village passed A youth who bore, not over nice, A banner with the gay device, Skedaddle! His hair was red; his toes beneath Peeped, like an I'.corn from its sheath, While with a frightened voice he sung A burden strange to Yankee tongue, Skedaddle! lie saw no house hold fire, where he Might warm his tod or hominy ; Bcyoivd, the Cordillera's shone, And from iiis lips escaped a groan, Skedaddle! "0 stay," a eullored pussun said, "An' on dis bosom res' y mr head !" The Octoroon she winked her eye, liut still tie answered with a sigh, Skedaddle! "Beware McClellan, Buell and Banks, Beware of Ilalleek's deadly ranks !" This was the planter's last good-night, The chap replied, far out of sight, ' Skedaddle ! At break of day, n< several bnys Prom -Maine, New York u»d Illinois, Were moving southward, in the air They heard these accents of despair, Skedaddie! A chnp was found, and at his side A bottle, showing...

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Who are Loyal, who Disloyal. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 9 August 1862

Who are Loyal, who Disloyal. T.v the ninety-nine cases out of an hundred men of experience, civilization, correct morals of the Union.— In nine hundred and ninety-nine cases >ut of a thousand the debauched, the the reckless, the giddy votaries ol! fashon, the bankrupt in political and pecuniary fortune, the wculd-bc aristocrats and the snobs and maliganf enemies of the Union. A tnan who makes his living by honest labor in the great majority of cases loyal, while ore who looks on labor as degrading is equally apt to be disloyal. Who originated and platted this rebellion ? Floyd, Cobb and Jeff Davis, men of wealth, and repudiators of public and private debts, Judah Benjamin, who was compelled to leave college in boyhood for base thefts from his schoolmates, and other political schemers whose large fortunes enabled them to dance attendance on the Courts of London and Paris. The vigorous and manly and clasic litrature of the nations is loyal to the coro. The men who arehonerc...

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National Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Marin Journal — 9 August 1862

National Finances. . We arc gratified to be able to ac- | knowledge one sober prophet among jth« English editors, as| respct9 this .question, lie reasons on exaggerated .data, but so much the better for bis .verdict. The editorof"The Exchange, a Home and Colonial Review of Com- , metre, Manufactures, and General Politics," published by the well-known Loudon house nf Sampson Low A: Co., gives in his May number a very able dissertation on American finance, and Iconic to the following conclusion : "The people of the United States lare in round numbers a population of thirty millions, possessing real estate which is assessed at £2,500,000,000 J and personal property assessed at £l,000,000,000. Of their number ninc- , teen millions of the people of the free States seek the subjection of eight | millions of the free-born people of the | slave r.nd border States, and invite a comparison of the their number,wealth', resources, and money wants with thoje of the United Kingdom at the closo-of...

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