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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. I!kv. FltKi>Klll4'K W Rked, TOR. SUNDAYS—HoIy Communion. "MO ». M. Vlvst SnnJay In tho Month. 11 a. M, Kri-uiuu Pmer, By. M. Sunday Bcbool U:IS A.M. WEEK DAYS— Communion, 10 A.M. lildaVK— LHany, Jo A. M. "Tli6 Women* Auxiliary," a GiiilJ for Ouurrli Work meets cvi ry Tni'tnluy In Dr. Ciirn'* barn lit 4 !•■ m. Any lmlios willing to lielp in Cburcli work are cordially inviloil to nltm.l. The Hector imiy be »<•( n «i th« nectary on Mnuaay evenings,or at ttio Church after any of tbo ncrvicc«.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. • Colmaii" & Franklin, LONDON AND MEW YORK Clo tiling Company I Men's Boys, and Children's - cLoxHiisra p :.\T3 f- v. n' tTNQ poo:: ■. W2-204-208 AV<r*.y St., car. S '.'. r Si. Ban Fkanci c;co. '1 HE SEASIDE SO RT! FINE NEW SALOON AXI) WAITING BOOMS. WISES, LIQUORS AND &»RS, (ECSEi HAVISfI 88-SSTABLTWRT) IMY i-, to ■■■ ■ n - i ■; ■• - i •■ ; '•&&&&' • tlw H'.niei ">'' .'.:i::ouimyiil-.niJ «.j.. .., t.ice b.l ru Ik. | , THUS. RYAN, Prop. WILLIAMS & CO Wbolesala Manufacturers and Dealers in FINE ROME MADE ; CIGARS. Mabin County Trade Suitlibd With all Beijuircd Grades. Encourage Home Industry nncl White Labor. Factory and. Salesroom, C Street 9 near FOURTH, San Rafael. W. D- HOBRO, Plumber & Casfittei, 728 Washington Street, Opposite tho Ploia. Sari ITranoisco, Ceil. Wolk Jove at Reasonable Rates. All Orders Prou>i'tly Altc-nded tw.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

V.''in: ] aii.R. NOTICE! * Water Hates ...AND.... ••.•«♦ 'Conditions . ....Of THE..;. • SATJSALITO : Land .;, and Ferry OOMPATSTY; Ot'l'gK OF Till!:.. „, SAUSA L I T 0 LA D and FEPtItY COMPANY i Xo. ill) California Sf, Room V: B** Fiian( Me.., Jan. 28, 1885 •i •'■' '"' ~_ ':;'-i^-^;-XOTICK 1(8 TO \rA'lMt HATKS ANO CONDITIONS; ; - __ •. 'i ,■ ■:• '■- riMUI bausalitq ;I«\NJ) and fer.J. ly C'lMup.iuy liuh IIk» tltfhtc In cluim dud vu p; nil the i rhllfgea of a W'nltr Com|mdv under.- the following clauses of it^ Articles of Jucoi|'Qni(jou, i'<-I.l ) i n^ to tho ■ ■ [»UL)d pMrpORM iui which said caul" l>a!'• in funiicil." viz; "iJiiili'.int; lliancs, dams, Bqiictlnctfi I. si i'v< i.; Mini other structures n|ipiopri.ilo to the nopply .nil cii-tiil'ii;i..i) of water." "Of folkcting, ilis'.riliutiiig and selling wiiter." ... it'Ll ;,.,..■ The ComD&Dy In)* lately .npplirrt to lh*» Board of Supervisors of Jluriu . county to dx nud i s'.iMi-b monthl...

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AN ENGLISHMAN ON INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

AN ENGLISHMAN ON INDIA. fjßjKl oH<Ht«t- Growing-Man-fihkctaret—Shipbuilding. [X»w Tort Tribune.] Admiral W .T. Barton, of the English finvr, was wen by a reporter at tho Valeria b.ot*l recently. On being a*k«d Rbotlt iudia, where he has served for many yean, he said: , "India! Wlmt shall I tell you about IndiA? It if a prodigious country, with « pcpulattoa Of about 240,000,000, of which immense number the valley of k« Ganges alone supports 90.000,000. We have About 80,000 British troops there, rather less than is required to maintain order in Paris. Then there an about 180,000 native troops, a large part of whom, however, are used for police dot*" "What is tho character of tho inhabitants!" . "That is such a general question that it ia difficult to answer. The population U divided into numerous tribes and mUk»W. The people range from coal mack la oolor to a shade about as dark m the average Spaniard. I think they to* a* faithful as can be expected of any oOMOared peopk, b...

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BOARDING IN NEW YORK [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

BOARDING IN NEW YORK SOME OF THE MISERIES OF METROPOLITAN LIFE. - Phenomenal Trices of Kooms — aijsterlous Resource* or Many Bonrtlers. Teoplo Who Live in FlreleM Hall lloom*. [Special Correspondence.! Jfrw YORK, * It is not easy to livo In Now York unless you fire a millionaire. If you belong to the numberless multitude who board in hotels and boarding houses you grow more familiar ■with the wormwood of life than you ever were before. Here tho boarder la more helpless, more homeless ami Uoj el • than elsewhere. The city is overcrowded, the people must have food and shelter, tho boarder may be very uncomfortable, but ho knows that ho may more a dozen times and not bettor himself a particle. Besides, he ha i had some experience in hunting board, the forlornest of nil forlorn experiences. Ho learns in time—it doe:-n't take long, either— to put up with almost anything, and bo glad cf a shelter at any price. There is no scarcity of boarding I They aro innumerable. The sanls of the ?cnth...

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PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. —M ■. a A assar gradnate, i —John Seigler, who recently died in Ami' : ' arolina, at :, lived all his ah Lord, of X „ who di at the age of ninety-nine years, had never \til four years ago._g, . . vho was d bj ti of her husband's I —An American artist, Mr. Humphrey Moon, has lntoly completed two genre pictures at his studio in Paris. They have Leon purchased by MrCrocker, who pair for the pair two thousand two hundred pounds. Mr. Moore, who is a pupil of Gcromo, is deaf and dumb. —Alexander Mcßride, an eccentric character, known as "the squatter sovereign," lied recently at Buffalo, aged seventy-eight. Ha was a thorough-go-ing miser, and leaves property estimated to bo worth from c^hty to one hundred thousand dollars. His only relative is a nephew living in Ireland. — Buffalo Express. —On any tiny the attentive eye of the passer can discover, from Broadway, in th; city, rough the iron rails surrounding Trinity churchyard, the grave of Charlotte Temple,whose i...

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“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” —A Pennsylvania dairyman liart hit jaw broken the other day, but it is not known whether a row kicked him or thepump-handk! flew Dp. — Philadelphia • —"Step this way, if you please, ladies," said tho gracious floorwalker, as ho led off with a majestic wavo of his hand. "Wearo sorry," saidmadam, "but wo never leasr.sd to walk that way.— Yonkers Statesman. ■—First—'•Charming girl, that Miss Lnoy, Jack." Second—"Think so? I BATW could bear her. Sho alwftjl treats mo as if I was an ass, you know." First —"ln<lecd; I didn't know she knew you."— Harvard Lampoon. • —"If a man wants to own the earth, what doos a woman want?" inquired Mr, Grap of his better half, after a littlo family matinee a frw days ago. "Well, my dear," re.=poncii»d that lady in a gentle, smouldering tono, "to own the man, I suppose,"— lloslon Fost. —"I held hex tiny hand in mine, and clasped her fairy form, and told my i ardent lore, in language sweet and warm. And when 1 paused for want...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

CURES ALL HUMORS, from a common Blotch, or !T.r.<^i>on,to the worst Scrofula. Stttt-rllgUlll, "Fcvcr»f»oi'o«," Scaly or IJoiign SKln, in tUort, all diseases cau: cd by liail blood aro eor.querej by this powerful, purlfirfngf. noil invigorating medlcina. Ureat jNatiut; Vlvcm rapidly heal under Its benign intmcuca. Especially fiaa it. manifested i:« potency m ourlnff 'ictfer, Rose Rasb; Roils. Car* bniiclCK, Sol Ji:y-"s> ScrorKloiis fioics. nn.l !Su«lIi«»fT«, Sli!'-.*OiJit Dt*caß«i White Swelling!, Ooltro. or 'JlileU Nook, ami KiUarßcrt CJuitri*. tend ten rents fn fct<unp3 for ii lr.rsro treatise, Wltb colored plates, on', Bkte Disease?, or iw samo ■iinonnt fornin'iHse on SCTOfilfonaAffections. "'Si: , MiOOB IS WSIE I*JE.»> Tlioroiurlilv cleanse It by using E»r. IMert c'« {JoltleultXcaicul I»fscovory, an<3 Rood di»r< -Ho>>, si fair ■kin, buoyant *pirI IK vital Htrcnsth,anirsouud &amp...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jg^ jjgSft ■<& Meals at all fours. Bah Supplied with BkstofEvery/riiiNO. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO - - Oal A. R. SilyA Prop. WILD WOOD GLEN ! GROUNDS! This Picturesque spot has beei put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. Tlio Hotel lias -boon largely re- ., furnished. The Bar attnchod 11 Picnic ;,■ mnfls, Sto'ckod wii'i 'b!ut win') ■ ■;!!■! li(jiioiv. '1 In iv Hll > lv.ii- rlmruill'H r< ■■ il v.ltMn flit. IDileH of KEU tra .1 :.- I ■. i:l) I '/Alt D STA H£>, Prop. SAUSALITO, - .- Oa] ilfi^MJil Are you faiiinir, try Weixs' He»l/Thllb- I MKWsa, a pure, clean, wholesome sj TONIC, Tor Brain, NeTT»s,Rtomaeh.TJv«r, Kidneys, I Lunffa. An fcmMiualed liivluoriuit, t'uroi DTSPEPSIA. lleadftoho, Fever, Ague, Chills, DEBILITY & WEAKNESS. Nice to take, true merit, unequaled for TORPID 'LIVER and 1 Night Sweats, Nervous Weakness, Malaria, Leanness, Sexual Decline. ■ Jl.oo per b&...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 July 1885

THE Sausalito Land AND...... FERRY CO. ■ . NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company often in Lands for Sale in Building f Lots. BLOCK ....and! . . Acre Parcels, AND ITS ■ Water Front L O T 8, 311 Easy 1;; T <-v ms. The \ >rih Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line of I road traverses the entire North Front—over three mil — he Company's land, bringing I ill parts of the property wit m I juick traveling distance of San ■ ■ rancisco—Thirty minutes from Aharf to wharf. ■ ——— ....the.. . -W A. t c £l~ . ... ~ „.,.. . „,-]' AND... . , LANDSCAPE: ViE \V$ • t • ■ ARE . . • . ; ■■! .' UNEQUALKD BY ANT Around Sau Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil : Warm and Pro- . : .■ ductive. • i::r r rom Flowing Spang — Pure and Plenti.'^l—.furnished from the Company's Reservoirs }• and Mains, 1"' '• " AT REASONABLE RATSi. ' ' ' '■ ■•'•'"! •'' 3HT '••»"i : ■ ' • , For all information in re--,M .•; U II!,., . ><;•! , t gard to...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

The Sausalito News. BAtJSALITO, MAHIN COUNTY, CALIFOB^IA, THUBRDAY, JULI 16, LBBS. Numbm 23 Yoj.r.ME 1

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THE DOMINION OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

THE DOMINION OF CANADA. l.ii War* mul Inranlona— SteTlllty •■! Her ' f o'l - v.. ;.:;ii »l Hi In«t». "ii-.iir 1 In i-i— • .(i oiob* i UDSiill I'l i lift 1 ■ Ililllti ill .'Hi i bCfttteroii ■■' pulu ''. (in • ■••> llas born in more (huij« r dur ug the past 100 years than tl)3 > nited i ii'>, and lias had moru rci! w.u> i^ur.n^r her <oloniiil ii ii >'l Montreal was takeu iv... or i hi-fi- i.i ■:<■•• ami manj of ii,. pcoplH Ijiimt nt the .siakt;. lingo armaments tor those days were launched upon i ewisbur^ i nd (^uoboo time iin:l t-ime again. Tho isolated posts of France in our western region* were assaulted and t! c people insulted Lo i.-iiiiia had her i ■ t utions before -hi' Ameckiin occupation. When the American* revolted they kept (. anad in constant alarm. The people In distant British Columbia have bocn repeatedly threatened with invasion froni the An eflean'sido. Fenian nttontjJtshavo been made on Cana...

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Mexican Floating Garden* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

Mexican Floating Garden* [C hlca ;o Journal,] The floating gardens in certain parts of Mexico iiro among tlio greatest curiosities to bo found in that country. Bays a recent visitor: "When .i tract of vegetation composed of reeds, waterplants and bushes, interwoven and laced together, becomes so dense that it will bear a superstructure, strips <■' turf twenty to thirty yards long by two : yards wide are oat from some suitable firm place, floated to H; down Mm canal and laid upon it; this is repeated several ; times, and thus an island is securely raised two or three feet above the level of the water; a little soil is spread over it, and it becomes a chinanipa, 01 1 oating garden, on which Indi n corn, vegetables and lowers arc grown. "The gardens vary in size from 300 to | 200 feet in length, and from twenty to 100 in width, according to .he nature, of the vegetation which supports them. To secure those, gardens in their proper plaoes, long willow poles are driven through...

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run* C'Hi'bollo Acitl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

run* C'Hi'bollo Acitl. [Chicago Times.] I'hcnic ac.d, whi< h iuis beou nun- | tionori ai a. medical agent in connection i with iho illness of Gen, Grant, is choru | it-ally pure carbolic acid. The 1 Iter can j not bo preserved (•heroically puro for | any longlhof time. l>ut will docomposo ! into a sul'Stanco containing other po.s \ onous i.eids. In its puro stato Uis nerermet in commerco, because of its cost and tho difficulty of production, aud it will not remain puro unloss oombincd with other :no:lonsivo subswimea that will prevent tho doloterioug fleet a of mo lie-;:.

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Gen. Cu«t»'r'» Wife In Dakota. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

Gen. Custer's Wife In Dakota. [Globe-Dimocrat Book Review.] Like most people who have gained their knowledge of Indians in that direct and practical manner, Mrs. Custer does not ap pear to have found much in them or their way of life to be admired. She grants that under certain circumstances they can be brave, and even self-sacriflcing, but they are fundamentally cruel and treacherous. Their enmity towards the white race is not only fixed and deadly, but essentially barbarous They are not content with merely killing a white man, they delight to torture him to death by inches and to tear the body apart and burn it afterwards. Their treatment of prisoners especially women, is such as will not bear plain telling, and of course Mrs. Custer was in imminent fear always of falling into their hands. "My danger in this connection," she says, •was twofold. I was in peril from death oi capture by the savages, and liable to b« killed by my own friends to rravent ray captjr?. I had been a subjec...

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Mure I'gly Ornament*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

Mure I'gly Ornament*. I London Times.] It toenis that wo are threatened with iv Invasion of very ugly little ornaments. Pigs mice and Ilzardi were bad enough, and kit tin.' hoaiU were not pretty, but now wo urs to have half-Hedged chickens, and .equally decolleto ducklings of tended ago Miuiiiturt squirrels, too, are in preparation for bonnet ami mull' adornment, and oven lit-* I** rabbit*, nibbling at pin satin cabbages. These on simply gro'.osquo, con-Morel m "fixings' for lovely women, but I do bop* that a com panion rumor is untrue, which threatens U itnmolato poor littlo canarios on tho sam« shrine. They are, fays the many-tongued, to be stulfod and mounted on twisted wire* and then perched on tho s-houlder. or on the open bodice of a dinner tires*. One Intel), seen carried in its poor, dear little dead beak a branch of leaves rendered in dla mondf. A bunch of canaries was fastened on the skirt of the dress with wl'ii'h this wa» worn, so as to appear to lie holding the foldt of...

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THE VIRGINIUS PRISONERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

THE VIRGINIUS PRISONERS. The rUce Where They Were Mmil —Saved by a UritUli Gunboat. [Cuba Cor. New- York Times.] One of tho sights of Santiago in the spot where some of tho Virginius prisoners wero shot. It is a six-feet high wall in front of tho slaughter-houso. Tho men wero stood up in line, with thoir faces to tho wall and their backs to the soldiers, and murdered. Tho story they toll thero of tho rescuo of tho remainder of tho prisoners is an interesting one. Americans and Englishmen In Santiago tell tho story; tho natives don't tell it, for obvious reasons. The government, so tho story goes, had interdicted the sending of any nwssago over tho cable concerning the killing of. these prisoners, Hut there was an English boy in tho telegraph office, learnIng the business, and ho watched his Chance ben tho operator was o.i, and standing unconcernedly with his back to tlu> key, while the uflico was guarded by Spanish soldiers, ho put his hands behind him and managed to send...

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l.ilic .» Z'VoiitK'r C'lry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

l.ilic .» Z'VoiitK'r C'lry. "That do you think of my mustache?" talced a young BUB of his girl. " Oh, it remind! mo of a western frontier city," was the- answer. "In what respect, pray?'"Because the survey is large enough, but too settlers are strag^tinj. -

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