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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS, F.Fiedler, ..- .DEAM.K IX.—. jQENERAL . ■ .. . MERCHANDISE i i ■ i I ■ •■•■•• ' | Crockery ! J Dry Good] i : Hardware I TINWARE, I BOOTS and I SHOIJ orlUJt 1 I BLANKETS, UQUOII,TOBi I CO asd CIGARS, i i |^f**(4ooi&gt;s Dkliykkkl&gt; TO i9P l'Ait'isj 09 Sausamto flthZ o;B Chamoh. 1 have a iihw, oareittllv sclefMß and complete) lino or genfi| ini'irluunlise nnil am soiling a ■ ! rates. I'lih puMto |i»tron»R« is rf*p&gt;clfii!Jj i,l) X iSfAXu, WAfisn &amp;r., &amp;Ai'SAum r. YtWlEll, TnM BOAT IJOUSIi SAUSALITO, .... - I .. J VUHH tii:iictt or iItIWDW.. I WHITEHALL, Pishing ami ltv*m Bums. Tbf&gt; l»rgo md romforftlile Plulfrfi K«|( MERMAID [fft | f »th »n *tprri«Bi-nl Fl»hrna«&gt;* In r.h«r««, fl rnti&gt;t!'&lt;l tv l&gt;k« parllKi to tb* Kiahinn ''""■■ ' ■partniHl fml riet.ture H»vkrm wl!l &lt;nJt|H»l moM ruinpli'tr it.ntinu &gt;nd FlKbiaV E.UW'KV i»I tlic vicinity of Hiu Fra...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. i fl-om San f r«n6isco fdr Sausallto &amp; Sun Rafael VBKK l/AVS. II SIIMDAYH.- ! i.!W»lll .1.7(1 lv N:O0«!'t H. 1.1 tn fl.L'fi»m 4.5H 11111 lliitXH m «.4tiijtti i 11.OU 1 m fl.-O Yin ll.* ■'" B-3" i' '" I l.lWpm ti*tr» trip On SHtiir.lli.vs at 1.30 P.M. t-'rom San tfi!ael for S»'.n»lito&amp; S«n FtaHEIaEo • WF.KK DAYS. SI'NUAYS. «.!s»m •HSiium «S.ns»m *U.!lopui *7.«stiu *l.'.'. r. p vi *l«.1O » ni 1..". I pm *J.iO»ia *4.31) pin "li.on ni "i;.:iu pm '1..15 pin *Kitr» fr(p-"ii B»tlird»Ji ul 1.2* l.M Trjinii ni»rkml thul (*) rltalt from Sml Quciitin i'ram SauiilltO for San ia-icisco. WEEKDAYS. II BtJHDiVS. f1.4fl %ni Vl.Oi p m ! I 8.40 »Ul .4 IK) pm R.lHim 4.ilu \&gt; m ];10.j."«ni S.in piu lD.oOaiu 6.30 11 m , 11.3.1 pni T.lJimi II 2 15 pm Ei(i'» trips ouH»liirJ:iy« nt -J.OO pnd 7.D0 r.5«.
THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
THROUGH TRAINS. A,tl.»Di ami S.Ss iiiu diiily. Slltld«J'« fxri-ijlo), l'lifuttsh I'luiim fronl Ban It»fanl for Diiiicim MilK ■nd way »titlun«. Throujjh Truiils Ir.nn Duiii'uu Mill«»rriv«§ W San Kjlfucl at 9.4'J am aild 5.07 pm. nin*ci)xxr,Qno»: Btagp* 1»«*« CiiU'Ji Mill* e»ery mnrrllog netp Monday tot S'awHft'a I'ulnt. iluahU. I'hiut Arcni. ! Oulfay'i Ouv«. Jfnvulro. u.locino Cit*, mJ all ; pointa on tba North (Joani. linitii to ÜBHDkt nemwMi Kiciirhlon llcafti koH on baturiUyv good to rp. t'ltn fiillowlng Moud»T— Camp Taylor $I.W, I'niiit | 9.»)*» li.oo. Tumalfa $1.00, Diuipan Millf |*. •UMDIT BICUR3IOKK. *.So»ro.Bnud»Tionl.T, Kscnn4uß Trslu froni Sin ilifiel lor Dun.Vn Millfl and way lUtlon«i ri-Mrn' | i*t ariiTca In San Uafarl at (&gt;.&lt;« pm. F»tr« lor : rnnnd trip—Camp T»ylor $i.BO, Point lttyii $1.13, I I'omalra tJ.il), bun. in ftiilla f I. I /. W. colKitAfr, F. 11. IM TIX.K v, Ofu! Sup't. Oen'l T'kt Ai?t
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. iUIt.Y EXCEPT 3CNDATH. Unit I.Ti B. F. 7 4!i • m Train !.»• S. R. IJM »in i • H.IJ • 171 " " " H.IIO * TIP ; • jj.on m " " •' l«.:io ■m j • • •• •• s.'io i&gt; in " '• " I.Bol' "i i •• 6.00 pis ■' " " :'.♦&lt;&gt; p m •I '• " u.lilpiul " ". " ft.llS p l;l HtrTbiYS ONLY. Cir.l 1»« b. I l'. BiOO a murrain lv« S. '.I. S.KI Iru " » '• P.in a m •• •• » B,4iift in '"■«• '• •' ll.Mumi " " " H.IB Pin 1 •' " - I.aop m, " " " 3 30|&gt; in . " •• " i.oo pml " " '• *oOp n&gt; ; To-morrow the schools close for the summer vacation. Mrs. S. Loupe and family have taken a cottage for the summer at the "El Monte" Rain fell here on Monday night to the amount of .11 of an inch, and .05 fell on Tuesday night. Commodore Harrison and wife leave us next month for England, where he will be absent for more than a year. The steamer San Rafael made the run to the city last Monday afternoon in the remarkably fast time...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
YACHTING. The yachtmen are beginning to form their plans for the Fourth of July celebration. The San Francisco Club will probably make their excursion to Suisun bay and some of the Pacific's larger boats will cruise to Monterey. The barkentine Marion has received her new coat of black paint and red water-way. The masts are to be scraped white and all the interior will be repainted. The yacht Startled Fawn was run into by the steamer San Rafael yesterday morning and had her jigger boom broken. School Examinations. -- The regular term examinations for promotions that have been in progress in our schools during the past two weeks close to-day. A summary of credits and the percentage reached by each pupil will be prepared by to-morrow, Promotions must be made from the written record and afterwards reviewed by the County Board of Education. We shall endeavor to publish next week a full list of promotions made, together with the percentage each pupil attained in examination. The record wi...
SOCITEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
SOCIETY. The past week has been a pleas--ant one in Sausalito and our society people have enjoyed themselves. The principal events were the reception of Rev. and Mrs. Fred W Reed on Tuesday evening, the "El Monte" hop, the Shipowners' and Merchants' Tugboat Company's excursion and banquet at the S. F. Y. Clubhouse Saturday, and the pleasant reception and dance given on board the gallant ship "Micronesia" Tuesday night by Captain Gregg. The "El Monte" hop. The first of a series of monthly hops was held on Saturday night at the "El Monte" Hotel by the guests and invited friends. The large dining hall had been cleared for dancing and a fine string band engaged for the occasion. Refeshments were served in the breakfast rooms. A very pleasant time was enjoyed by all and the initial hop was an auspicious success. Amorg those present were: Captain and Mrs. G. W. Thomas, Miss Lillie Thomas, Miss Cora Thomas, Captain Schenk, Captain Williams, Mr. W. F. Norcross, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Beard, Dr....
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week. R. J. Davis, J. Morris Stafford and Mrs. Geo. H. Huntsman, wife William Reade Geo. M. O'Connor J. M. Miller Wm. H. Wilshire and Miss Cassie Steveins and Dr. J. A. Lundberg and wife sisters Miss Florence Lundberg H. Downs Irving Lundberg Mrs. Gray Smith Miss Grace Mumford Miss S. B. Smith Charles L. Mathieu Miss May L. Day, H. Shainwald Miss Lucy Huntsman, Dr. Sidney Worthi Miss Rosa F. Loupe, H. A. Greene wife &amp; family Mrs. L. J. Sainsod and Major E. F. Bean &amp; wife son M. F. Norcross N. L. Hastings, Dr. J. S.. Knowlton Miss Jennie Hastings, Miss Kittie Mors S. Loupe and wife, C. D. Bennett &amp; wife Miss SeIina Loupe, Mrs. Captain Douglass Miss Emma Loupe, Miss Bella Livingston Miss Bonnie Loupe, Miss Rosa Livingston S. M. Jackson, Captain Williams and wife Dr. J. R. Little, W. H. Porter Arthur Rodgers, Chas. Wines B. H. Pa r ez C. C. Hornlet Al. Meyer, C. P. Dyer Miss Monteverde
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
POSTAL. I 01ii»«. ! M»ll« ArrlTP. 1' jr s«n rr»ii- ) K.Oli *m ! l'r .m Can Kran. ) H.'Jrt til . ,&gt;!„.„-_„[ h.Maml I'lUiO (■ 11. 4(1 am ) Mo pm I I S.'Oi'X j HUXPAT9 -ClniMH i.t 7.6(1 a. ii . for s.ni Francisco, | Arrives at H. 4» a. M, frnm " AUVEUTISED l.ll'TKlts. 1. ir.t of iinr)«lm"«l litt*r&lt; r&lt;iii»lnln» In Ih* ', '' ', nfllet 111 fillil kino, M-rin count]', Califnrniu lilue. I I, IH3."&gt;: T.) i.ht»in suf of iik-m^ leltcn Ihaaw.i---j rant iniiiit rltll fur "ailverllmul UltTn" KlTiiiß date ! wlh-ii pulilisllHl, If ho) fiilli-il tvt wllhln one 1 li:,H:t)i, llu-.v Will he h.'llt lo Hip Drill l.clt.'i ODICC. I \ M.AWsi.autfli, 'I'liomab .Im-kmin, | .1 I! I\i«tfr. 'iunlavi' JollllPOlli ; r Ulir (iiUtnplv, M:.n Vloturlno Torgo, • Mr (inn. ion Hllrcln BlttßDOorto ! (iiuilti)u]io lit.rHillu, .Miicliikl'), j ,|. hn .1 Men 'erxun. iToMyb U Mnwratli, koi:kion . Jojio I'rnm Ibco &lt;U' l:ii:iii- M»ni«'lVousalveK(laSilva 1 toitc, llHirus, I J...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
NEW ADVBRTiHBM THE SEASIDE I RESO B.T! FIXE NEW Loon AND WAITING-ROOMS. \\m% LiQOOIIS AND CKiaS. ! «rik n*Viso hi: CtTABLfUXBB mv rmrmi "'"'""" In BmiinlU'i I n&gt;pi■■■tiiii'v tHS 1! .■!.! t Hi. furimr j&gt;.iirotin&gt;eof iiij Irli It'll 1 mi. 1 iiju net il public. THOS. RYAN, Prop. 1 _.. , . ... 1776 &gt;t^ 1885 July 4, 1885 Zli ±Ls^ I INDEPENDENCE! It tJ 11 UA. II 1 \triih nr. O!;i.KllUATfcr&gt; in SAS «APAET. VV byllinl irelJ.i.urhnmf iin.l Citir.mK, wltli I ]iri&gt;r'Pt-&gt;i&lt;m, Omtlm, pni'in, lli« Old l'ccliirutlon, Duioa, Oiinci, Ki'»»t, etc., UurruU, KrerytHxly 1m invltid. l'urtlculnrs Inter. SAUSALITO] isa: A. JEb k: c t i J. B. Baratv, - * Proi&gt;. ... .Thk I'iosker.. . ■ Butcher Shop Ov SAurALito. Doalor in nil Kinds of Fresh and S^ted Meast. Sausagks of all KrNDSn Specialty Prices the -Very Lowest. WIJLLIAMS &amp; CO", AVliolosale M-iniifactureis anil Dealers In FINE ' liOME MADE CIG-AES...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
I MISCELLANEOUS. ' -^^r.-j-._-i-- J. rr~ ; W. D HOBRO, Plumber IGasffc, 728 Washington Street, 1 &gt;p[)(j.,itp tllO l'lll/il. I San T^ranoisco, Cal 1 Work iloii6 nt Refttounbl* I!:itos. All Orders l'loniptiy Attomlod to. I i PACKET LINE TltM SomoosMM "pMajtLttas," Capt. Chris Mullkii. WILL i.eavk—--1 Jackson St. Wharf -KTfcltV- ■■-•,-. ■; ... I.■ ■-„&lt;; , . T IT E SDAY AND I'll IDA V ! FOR smuiTo. 1 CarrjiiiK I.umUr md OcHorul Freight and Mrfrliauillwi. flllll.S Ml-LT.EII, Captain. 1 JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON MAKER AND BLACKS M 1' T H . ; }■■*■•--■■". -'- "^J^JSj^ U':n:..(i'i (mil ii.ii i.ij'i IJci'iiircil, UI"1 N'.v ul:i'S liidili 'lv otilif. Ship woi'k and alt kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. 5 fa Agricultural Machinery of all Kinds Repaired on short Notice. 0 Horse Shoeing atl.iil. (0 »itb Promptness uu&lt;l Dfujftteli. WATER St., - SAUSALITO. JH HOTEL ■ m AND REBTAU R A oST T ! WATKH 8t. f SUUBALITO4 Board and Lodging by the day. week or month,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
\v.vir.ii RATfcS, NOTICE! - Water Rates ....asd..:. Conditions ...'.OF T11F...,. SATJSALITd Land and Ferry COMPAITY. DHIIK OV vIIk ,S A U S A \. I T O LAND AND FEIUIY COMPANY .V". ■//.'/ Culifyftna &amp;t, Room 9, SiW FKanclscu, .Tan. 10, 1883 KOTICI 's 'I'll \\ A'i'KK UA'I'KM ANI&gt; CONDITIONS.' rniiE kavsai.ito Land and ri:r&lt;. _L I-Jr Cotnimny has \\i'.&lt; f'glit to claim uod exert nil (lie privileges of a Wutpr Com|ninv tinder* Ilia following clauses of it* , Arliotrs of fuoorpofntlon, relntlng to tlio "objeolß .-mil purpoßCH for which said compuny is forflied," vii: '. '•Utiilcling fliimes, (Turns, aqticduetß, ii'svrviiir.s and other Klru'cturcs qppropriiitel li tho supply find diitrlouifiin of water." . "Of collecting, dimrtbutiug mid sollii't,' water." Tha Company lias Intely applied t &gt; th« Rodld of Snp&lt;'rvisors if Murlu county id iix iiml efttumUll nionllily rates for water, to' be cUarqed aiut collected by tins Comp...
Hnu*«*TlTef of tlie nub. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Hnu*«*TlTef of tlie nub. iChlcago News.', 1 "1 was In Boston this winter," said a n&gt;nih tide housekeeper, "and mi/st say the Woman there are ahead of us in point of iutalligenco. Actually, they had regular club* ■for the study of hygiene and sanitary 'science. It quite took my breath to hoar how learnedly some ot them could talk. It emphasized my idea that mere scrubbing with soap and watar, putting fresh pap.-r and lime on tbs MralU, and shaking the dust out of carpdts did not constitute the dlvln* principle of cleanliness or insure im punit£r against pestilence. "To keep our houses clean we lnu-t nut only wash and cleanse them inside, bot allow no taint»rt odors to peuetrate them; w» must keep no piles or bags of nib 1 and musty clothing about; no worn-out ImxjU and shoes, or anything cl=e, to set fTM npoa the air the germs of decay. We should bt sure to keep everything clean in Hi.- rard back of the house aud in the alley, and, inf.tead of casting out the refuse from H...
Danger* of Dentition. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Danger* of Dentition. (Minneapolis Household.] Kully one-hulf of the mothers in the United States are incapable of treating and governing their children in a manner in the least degree conducive to health or promo tive ml sound and healthy constitutions. The ill-treatment and torturing their offspring undergo make in wonder the til'n of mor tality among children are not larger than they are. Let us, in the way of an illustration, tak« a child of healthy American parent* and follow its little life for the first two or throa years. It has outlived the torture of ban daging, pinning and tight dressing at birth. Been rooked, bounced upon the knee, pap'd, laudanum'd, caster oil'd, paragoric'd, and suffocated with blankets over the head; roasted at a fire of anthracite, and poisoned with the foul air of an un ventilated chamber, according to the universal formula of tome of our old danie?, and has—thank-, to generous nature—escaped free from disease and broken bone?. Well, this is the fir...
!•!■ It Crowing xieauhler. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
!•!■ It Crowing xieauhler. (Demorest's Monthly.] A physician, who is an expert in such subjects, declares that tbe well-educated, well-to-do young women of this generation are far healthier than were their mothers and grandmothers. This is du"&gt;, it is claimed, to the out-door games, the better food and the greater freodom accorded to women in these days. Athletic exerciser have now boconie the fashion with young men. Tho present roe of Americans enjoy far more open-air exercise than did their father,, and are the bettor for it Girls hare naturully imitated their brother, and their croquet an J lawn tennis, which are open-air gamys, have helped to develop physical strength la tho future mothers of the couutry. There has been some doubt as to whether tin rollerskate mania has bonetittel young women physically; but even that exercise i preferable to dancing at late hours, an 1 it certainly develops some at least of the nancies of the lower part of the body. But tho fact rema...
•- .UI..H I .1 I > [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
•- .UI..H I .1 I &gt; IChlcago Herald.; In his Arbor Day proclamation the gov-, irnor of Kansas says that the state, which' Jie pioneers found treeless and a desert, has iow more than 200,000 acres of forest truos,' ill planted by settlors, and metsrolngUt . tawrt that there has been a consequent great tacreate in tht r»' Ml
WOMAN AND HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
WOMAN AND HOME. HELPS FOR THE MOTHER AND HINTS FOR THE MAIDEN. Dangers of Dentition —From an Oriental Standpoint—Houaewive* of the Hub — &lt;ilrU Growing Healthier—Falling la liore —Note* and Items. IClara Bell in Cincinnati Enquirer.! 1 Ah, me, how the truth does dilfer from fiction! Doesn't the hero of novel or play invariably get hurt, if at all, in tho way of v broken leg or something that lays him up in a nice, clean manner compatible with M'ntiinentulityy Moreover, isn't it the rule that the heroine, turned nur-e, shall lini her employment in that capacity made con,' iiml by the duties of smoothing tho dear fellow's forehead and reading to hitnl That's 10---itiance. Here's reality: The past &gt;r of my church is an earnest Christian, a practical doer of good and all that sort ol philauthropic thing. He is all the while gottiiig up vi&gt;tation committee* for the tenementhouse poor, old victual distribution coteries and second-band clothes- agencies. He ...
From an Oriental fetiimlpolnt. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
From an Oriental fetiimlpolnt. ISau Francisco Chronicle] There is visiting in San Francisco a very learned Mohammedan namt*l Goiwl Viuayak Josbeo. He recently arrived from .Bombay, and has attracted considerable attention on the streets by his huge oriental turban of many fold}, which he wears constantly, and is the only thing especially remarkable about his costume. Mr. Vinuyak is not only a philosopher and scholar in hi 9 own language, but i* thoroughly conversant with European alTairs and customs, and, withal, speaks English with unexceptionable accent and wonderful fluency. Yesterday afternoon beiugthc time set for the teacher*' institute at the girU' high-school, he was invited to be prosent, as he is particularly interested and well informed on educational topics. After the regular exercises had been concluded Superintendent Moulder asked the sago from the far east to present his views up in the education of girls, both jfrom the standpoint of Asiatic customs and from tho resu...
GEN. A. S. JOHNSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
GEN. A. S. JOHNSTON. INCIDENTS CONNECTED WITH THE CONFEDERATE LEADER'S DEATH. Recollections of an Ex-Confederate stuff Officer—The Last Charge at Shlloh — I In- Commander Moitully Wounded—Pathetic Scene. fMaj. Dudley 51. Hnydon.J I had been tbe bearer of several order* during tho dny, und in tbe intervals had not much to do but Witness the scenes hourly shitting before DM. One of the principal duties of a staff ollicer is to bear orders an 1 rally troops; but our troops were so eager to strike tlie euomy on that day that my time was not much occupied in tiiat vay; 00H»»---queutly. I was, with flight intervals, by tbe side of Gen. Johnston during the morning up to the time of the charge. Feeling n little neglected, I said to him: "You keep all of your staff on the wing, flying to uu&lt;l fro on their hor.-es; why do you retain nio by your bidef I want ■&gt; to do." He replied: "You will have plenty of work to do yet." In less than forty minutes' a messenger came dashi...