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THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
THROUGH TRAINS. N.IO am nil 4.00 piu ilnUy, S'.iiiln.vH cxcopti'il Tlirniixli Train* frjui S:msalit'j iVr Dunran Mills •hi way stalionx. Thfuugli Trains from Duncati Mill* urrivu In RaWMillto at 10.00 BDi sue] S,OUpM. ■ MUI C ism:.-! Rta^pn lobto IJllilc.iu Mills every inominß r x flit Mmiilny i'ur Hti wart'a l'oijtt, (i-r.lu-i, Point Arcni, I'uiTys r.i\'c, Navsri'o, M'iluloeiiiu City, and all p.iiiits o-.i tin' Nurtli C .a-t. BATUaDAV T I U IKPA\ It r,M'.xs. Excunloa tickets •okl.flu Sutrtwlari, f(ooil to r»* I turn l'.illuwi:i!: Mouilay—Otniii iTaylor for f t.TI, Point lleyi'ii S?.OO, Tnmaln 13.00 Duncan Mills (i, I inTKDAV RXOt'IISIONB, : n.''ri nm; Simdny only, Kuui'Kion Trnii?fA&gt;m Sanaallto for DnuonM Miflu twd w»y atatloußj r -t.ni liiK iirrivia in laifsnlltg at. 7.13 pm. Fares fornmti 1 trip— Taylor II.Mi, I'biAt ltejnasl.7s ToiualpM (l.iVl, Duniin Mlll&lt;l&gt;. -■ .1. \v. i:\r.\v. f. B. lAT it \"&gt;i. (it u'l gnpt auri T'kt A, ; t.
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. CI '1 1 j ' DAILY EXCEPT StINUAYI*. Dont f.vs s. ]■'. 7 i. r &gt; ii Train Lvs s:. B, (IJO n ill r , 'k\- " " 11.19 am " " " WiOatn " " : " •' l-.'.OD in " " " io.:m« in " " ll :1..i0 pin " " " l.:l'i p .. " i".. ". . a.nopn ■• " " .1.10)1 iv * " • " " li.inpin " ''I " 5.0.5 pm - I '■■'-' ■ -' \, SUNDAVB OS L.T. Bout lv» S. F. 8.00 ain'''r;iin Ivk B. 1!. B\'.(&gt;» m " , " " 'j.:.,i n n&gt;;. " ■• " (1.-oi 1 v • 1' (HI n til I " " " K'.'S^li " " " i,11! p in 4 •' " " 3..'ii ,&lt; iv " " ll 1.00 p l.il ' " " fillip ill Boat riding on the bay is greatly 'indulged in these fine moonlight nights. The Water Company have run pipes down Water street as far as the S. F. Y. Clubhouse. The U. S, surveying cutter Hassier is here being painted up. She has all told about forty men on board. For a good suit of clothes go to the London &amp; New York Clothing House, Colman &amp; Franklin, 202 to ...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
SOCIETY. The bon-ton party given last night at the S. F. Yacht Club House was in every particular a splendid success and a credit to the management. Leon's fine string band furnished the music and at twelve o'clock supper was partaken of in the canvas dining room. There were present, Miss Mary Broad, Miss Crawford, Miss Maggie Blackstaff, Miss McNally, Miss Katie O'Brien, Miss Stella Barnard, Miss Martha Broad, Miss Mary Ailtkin, Miss Cottle, Miss Lizzie Ehman, Miss Eleanor Broderick, Miss Ella Enquist. Miss Pauline Baraty, Miss Katie Hannon, Miss Fanny Aitles, Miss Annie Broderick, Miss Maggie Hannon. Miss Martha Storry, Miss Nellie King, Miss Jennie Wosser, Miss Nellie Derrick, Miss Josie Moran, Mrs. Broad, Mrs. Hinman, Miss Annie Muller, Miss Hity Derrick, Mrs. Coughran, Mrs. Rowson, Miss Katie O'Brien, Mrs. Biosse, Mrs. Toomy. Messrs. L, Du Jardin. H. Hannon, James Wosser, S. Fiedler, F. Fiedler, J. Hannon, Wm. Hannon. Joseph Wosser, Capt Campbell, J. T. Burns, Clarence Gardner,...
SAN RAFAEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (By our regular correspondent.) San Rafael, June 24, '85. Dear News: True to my rambling propensities I took a three weeks' run through the northern counties. I found that in most places the crops will not average as well as those near San Rafael. I tell you what, a fellow has to go away for awhile and see other places to appreciate our lovely little county, with its grand, picturesque, and varied scenery. In Nevada and Placer counties the angler and nimrod find plenty of sport; trouting is fine and the doves are tame and very plentiful. The Fourth of July will be celebrated here in grand style. Co. D, the Firemen, citizens and school children will parade, a grand picnic will be held at Laurel Grove and a good time generally be had. At the picnic grounds on the Fourth a match game of baseball for $50 a side will be played between the Petaluma and San Rafael clubs. The much talked of picnic of the A. O. U. W. will take place to-morrow at Fairfax. lt is expected to ...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
YACHTING. The yacht Nellie has improved her appearence by the addition of a fore topmast. The Chispa came down from Benicia yesterday in fine trim making the trip in two hours. Captain Gomez has taken off the fore topmast of his yacht Ariel, and also shortened her bowsprit seven-and-a-half feet and made other improvements to lighten his fine vessel. He expects soon to change her masts for lighter ones. She was beached today and will have her copper cleaned for repainting. The Mermaid had a fishing party out on Sunday. The Ariel goes up on the Fourth of July to Vallejo with an excurssion party. Joe has his yacht Virgin on the beach here for a.painting and general overhauling.
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the :El Monte" Hotel last week. H Shainward, Miss Nellie Crowdage, E Marks, H Pomie Olvis &amp; family, C W Wentworth &amp; wife, E W Goggin &amp; wife, P McKay, R L Burling, A C Cunningham, W Saalburg and family, R E Hainell, H Battock, Roger D Magee, Mrs Sim Blum, Judge J V Coffey, Miss Celestine F Levy, Miah Coffey, Miss B C Levy, H Shainwald, Miss Rose Fechheimer, T H Callender, Col P E L Connor, Rev A Walker &amp; wife, Mrs R G Lewis, R Gallardo, William Reade, Geo S Lovely and son, H L Shi lehr F W Crowdace &amp; wife, Newton Nustadter, Captain Jas Watts, ship J T Berry.
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
POSTAL. Sr.i!'(iC!nF«. ; M»1I« Arr'vo. Vi rF.i.l Fniil. / B,nc j Il r -i -■■•■ i F.-m-1 R.MIW (,„.,, Z J 11.69 AX i I ''i-" ! H '"-I&gt;l ) .1:1 ia I I s.-'.&gt;i.&gt;&lt; riu.x^.n'.-!-- f .-•.■".-!&gt; M . f-I? c a 1 .'■■■■-' 1 A.-.iVi &lt; 1.1 C ■-1.'.. ..1. fi'i n " ADV£STli£b I .VI . l:s. I'-l nf i'v:'.i':r.'!li'!l,ri r&gt;3!Hlii'in ''I Ih' "" ' . IV; -i r- 1 . i«, Ms? Dxconniy. &lt;■&lt;■'. ■'■.!■.' '1.1.V I, i--i: 'I &gt; oblil i n-iv of fins- 'it;' - li.i- . . ( 1: ,1. ■•■'. ■ ill !■ r "ii hi' -.ii:.' I'Jell «" f '■.■.■&lt;&lt;.■;■ y-it.! -.1' 1. ::' r.t cuiliJ '.: r «■■.:&gt; 1 f li •; .:H, ,:■.,• «: 1 b' itnt t,i t!i« Ditl !&gt;•■■■■.■ (-&gt;.!'..». | A M A '";"■ ' ■' &gt;, ':.■-■;..-&gt;;! ;0 1 . • filti riv^ ■* ;H' - 1:1. F.'n-&gt;. (.!:.'-i.tr&gt;, bU ip| Vlrh .- ■ )To -■'. Mf I -i », Jot - S iV -i -» U lUapult*: 1. ■ 1]...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
NKW Al&gt;\r.'. I .uSK'vi i-:M.S. WANTED TO RENT. Five or ten acres of land suitable for a Hog or Chicken Ranch. Must be in the neighborhood of Sausalito. Apply to J. E. Slinkey, "EI Monte" Hotel. :p,ay city ivi .A. ■ s&amp; k: hi t ! E. L. REESE, - Prop. \ 1.1.!! IN FINE FKJESIrI and Salted Meats AND SA U BAG EB, At Cirv I rnif,'s. Postojjlce BiukUng, V/alcr SUrtvl, SAUSALITOi Colman fc Franklin, LONDON AND' m -YORK Oloiliingj Company! Men's Bow, and Children's •'''' oLOT'iriira ' : pENTS FURNISNING poons. 202-201-20 C Ktarrn/ St., BPf. .Suffer St. San JMiANcrsm THi- SEASIDE EESO RT! .F2SK NI-:W s.it.no.V A \I) wali : \&lt;- lIQQMS. \\\\,\ IK]liOiiU\D CIbARS. THOS. RYAN, Prop. WILLIAMS &amp; CO, V ho'e-.'Vi M.iu:i.'.\eia:e;« and Den!ers In / yjs OMB MAD 13 CIGARS. I 'ai.urof C-ou.vrv Tbadb ( pj&gt;] bd Wiih ail Jh'j'ti-cA G &lt;•••' *• Encourage Homo Industry aiftl AY i ■ be La'uor. Factory oud Salesroom, ,G B£r«9£, mar JOURTH, -Sax R...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
HOTEL ......A.Nf)...... IESTAU It L^IST T ! n-jTELL t&gt;ti RAVBJ.TATO, Hoard and Lodging by the day. week or month, at MoDKRATR TliHM*. 2Feaii Furnished at (ill Hour*. i'INK Bar of Choice Wines, Liquop.s avid Cigars. 1.1.4 RR V IiOWSOX,. - Fieo:: John Broderick, ....MAI il 1N.... '■ General" Merchandise. o ....coftri.Ktir u.sr; 0r.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigar-, always on Hand. , . 7/.fjt/rr.x;rs Bvppt.tbi} wiruk'vui Mx*J - John BnoMniCK, CataAolffl fiint Tniney Kts., K.\rs.\i.rn&gt; - - Cm.. ~^IOOSrEIEi3E^ BOAT HOUSE! SAI/SALI'M, - - ' Cat.. , .A I .VAIME TV OV BM.&gt;i&gt;HHP&gt;. . Wn.i/.;iA!.i. l'i.^:ii.\&lt;. ITt'NTiy/J Boat*. Tho Urga il&gt;d cqmi'ui talilo Plunger, MERMAID With an . . erli uoi i i-i" rmnn la ulntfln, 'C*n l» tOimei to like pit tiM to tlieFisliliiaOitmnds. Bnorlimrn an i I'lraKiire MkM* will ftiul thia Hi hil&gt;i ciiiil'lft'-' Bqittluil»nil Flailing l»lal*fl»bninji !u lie luity ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
WATCH KATES. «*. ______*.■ NOTICE! Water Bates ....AND.... Conditions ....Ob' THE..... SAUSALITd Land and Ferry iji 011-ICK Of Till s i i 1 s ,i i, i i o" LANI&gt; and l-KIUtY COMPAKt Xo. 1 !'■&gt; &lt; 'al[ '■ ftla Bt\ 7/oOi/i'O.' San FiiAscrsco, Jan. 2(5', l'BBs KOTIOK AS ro vi. in B-ATM an"* coNnnroxs, — -»— laa rpHE PAUSAUfO i.am'&gt; AXO J"ER.: J. ly Com] bm lh« tight lo claim. ■ and ni'it nil lbs pri»il*gei of a Wntf-r Corn* |iHiiy muter Ihe following el&lt;tn«ei of iim ■Srnelca (f Imwpoiftlion, relating lo tiiu Vobjpcld mid iHirpetf* for which suid coni1| uuiy is ftTlßed," Viti "Jhiildinn Sniuvi, drtßM# nr|U(ilnclH, , rm rvoir* lilid other structure* a-ppropriulo to the supply nnd distribution of water.' 1 / "Of collecting, dUtributiufl mid i*ilil&gt;g Mrnti r." Tli« Coronnoy b.i-s lately applied t&gt; tb*, l!o.inl ol Bi ■;■■■us of M&lt;ini&lt; fiuiiity to 1 ' dl Mid tfrtrttrtirtl) tnoutlily l^lcs for wri...
. . . ■". <ity aii'l thf 1 ill. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
. . . ■". &lt;ity aii'l thf 1 ill. 'j i,,- ( o*uiq&lt;i les Monde? states that M. •,:;■•; i ; detected by Ibe employiu©kJ i I'.bih analogous to tfl.«a;raph !ine«i. I nt with the o .treinitUs plunging . lulO \'m- :••;!, Lb«.t tl ra ora perlpQiou •' &lt; .r■■'■'•■!■ it iutensity i!i t itosltW -iin. in direct rulation with the ' luOVOiP' i of the moon or Hue*.
FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
FIFTY YEARS AGO. GATHERING OF THE CUAr?!B AT AN "OLD VIRGINNY' WtC'DING. TtM l"eveil»h Excitement of Kxppci tl rnn — ' La\t»h Hospitality—now Guest* Ckirae — llrlvluc rnur-ln-Hand — "A Time WUpii Weddln'sWai w«dd!n'a&gt;" [Jlrn. K. G. lUFouUtne in K»w York Graphic,] Fifty year-t ago old lioanoke wni In a faverith staU of excitement over n:i event which WM destine! to unite the iu'nreats nml estates of tv i of tlie oldsti mul i!i»t intluential familial In Virginia. Weals In advnnoe the clans lial teen gathering from i,.e neighboring states to do honor to the oe-i-Mion, mid when the day of the wedding arrivud -Oakland,"' the ancestral homo &lt;&gt;t the l.ride, was taxed to its utmost to aceommoilnte tho numerous guest*. •"■■.-ton Hall," (he adjoining estate owned by a relative, also threw open it- ho.-pitalil) door*, anl was soon 11110.l to overflowing by tho wediling company that cams with big box, little l&lt;ux, bandbox and bundle. C it" wore ]&...
MY STOUT OLD HEART AND I. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
MY STOUT OLD HEART AND I. I [E. Hough In The Current.) My stout old heart and I are friends Two bivouac friends together! Sor daily wars, nor daily blows, Have called out our white feather. WVve 'listed till the campaign ends— For calm or stormy woather. Sty stout old heart and I have been Through serious Man*! of trouble. We've been denied; our hopes have died; Our load's been more than double. And yet we've lived. And we hive soeu Sjine griefs In L-tho bubble, 1 My stout old heart and I have fought iSome bitter fights to ending; ■ i\n if or not we've victory got. We've not been hurt past mnndin^l The wouuds are all in front we've caught, And easier for the tending. Mv stout old heart and I, you see, \Ve understand each other. —Old comrade true, my haud to you I On honor, tell me whether i You're dannted yetf — "To arms!" l&gt;t&gt;at« U», "Retreat is for another!" : Ryes right! Guide center I Forward inaivli! Pre« where the colors fly! •^Six feet of ground, or triu...
SCOURING OUT HARBORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
SCOURING OUT HARBORS. ! f;«»ii. Hoy Ktone't Experiment—How III* ■ hum now" l&gt;oes the Work. [Chicago Journal.] An experiment in deepening the cliauueU of a river, especially at its mouth, is making fair progress in New Tork harbor, and promises to be successful. Gen. Roy Stone, a distiuguished military commander during the war, invented the plan which is being j tested, mi 1. as is the case with olher rej markable invuntion!i, it is extremely simple, | and everybody wonders why it had not been thought of before. The machinery consists only of a steel hose and pumping power by which a furious jet of water U exploded on the banks of sanJ, soil, solid sewage and other accretions at the bottom of the channel, and the current bears the most of the matter so stirred up out into tho sea. Gedney's channel is one of the outlets of New York harbor in the lower bay, and is used by in and outgoing shipping to a greater extent than any other entrance. But it has only twenty-seven or tw...
A Kip Vhii Winkle of the UM W«r, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
A Kip Vhii Winkle of the UM W«r, (Boston Herald] A notable personage among those to be met along the avenuo and in the hotel lobbies of Washington during the past few days has been an ex-soldier, the cir.-um-stances of whose carder since the war have vested him with a peculiar interest. Knrly iv 1802 he, then a young man, enlisted at his home in southern Indiana, an 1 was assigned to a regiment that was actively engaged during the whole war. The young soldier made himself useful, was always in the thickest of the fray, and was promot3d to b» an officer. In one of the last battles fought before the final surrender, while leading a charge, the young captain was struck in the head by a ball, and fell. His soldiers, with whom he was a great favorite, carried him to the rear, where he bad every attention. Then he was conveyed to Washington anl plaoed in one of the hospitals, and, after a long period of suffering, his wound healed, but his reason had fled. He was officially declared insan...
A Little Deal in Cranberrltm. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
A Little Deal in Cranberrltm. [Chicago Herald.J Chicagoans will indulge in speculation. A few days ago a peculiar deal was made in Koblseat's lunchrooms, near the board of trade. Two operators, who knew each other by sight only, happened to sit side by side. After finishing a plate of corn-cakes each called for cranberry pie. "That's pretty good," said one to the waiter, upon finishing it; "(jive me another piece." "Make it two," said the ot'.ier. The two operators eyed each other. Not a word was spoken, but there was no misunderstanding. No. X pulled out a $30 greenback and placed it on the counter between their plates. No. % covered it with a $20 silver certificate. -\nother piece of that pie, waiter!" sang ou^ No. 1. "Make it two," echoed his rival. In, another minute the astonished waiter put up twe more pieces of the red pastry. A minute and a half elapsed and No. \ shoved his plate over and called out: "Kilj her up again!" "Make it two!" came thq echo. In two minutes this was ...
Smart Women, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
Smart Women, [Detroit Free Prens.l A very profitable business in these bard tirae3 might bo dona by leasing ragged children to people seeking pardon* for penitentiary birds. Ouo woman in a western stato la said to have "worked' a pardon out of a governor by going to him with eight childruA whom she had temporarily "adopted" from charitable institutions. After the pardon was got she returned them on tho ground that they "didn't quite suit"
THE STARS AND BARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
THE STARS AND BARS. A SCRAP-BOOK OF DESIGNS FOR A CONFEDERATE FLAG. A (ii'iim-u! Disposition Maiuf.-.ft 11 i&lt;&gt; Cling to n Modification of tlio Old st.v-« ami Stripes —Design of tli« u«tiit-rii!i- IFrnnk ii. C(irr*iitor in I.ippincotfs MaffMslno.] I'ri r to March 5, ISCI, the secjdiu ; status bai no national Hag. The day Pr»tid«nt Lincoln was inaugurate! at Wa&lt;bi'igto* the southern congress adopted the stars aud ban, ami on t.iat day it m Bnt iiun^ to tlie bFMM from tba *tat» I'.-ir &lt;nt Montgomery. Prior to this tho Hi at) iluK-i had beeu u«ed by the »*v«ril ■seceding stotaa The lirst flag raisjtl 111 the Confederacy is in the flag collection ol the war deiurtnieut nt Washington. it is a palmetto flag, aad it knaidto have waved ovor Charleston in ISUI. A j»tlmetto tree of eight branches is sewed u|&gt;on its center, and it has eleven red start surrounding it, with a risins rel moon at the top. On Feb. 4, 1801, the sece»sioii vent io...