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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. BELLRUDE'S StablE! STYLISI-I TUKFOTTTS ! OP EVLHT DESCRIPTI O HST FUBNISHKD AT REASONABLE RA TEB. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All iiotalble pain* taken to accommodate customer*. J. S. BELLRUPE, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S SALOON! Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. , • W AT E B STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SOHNELL, - Prop. PIOITEEB BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - Ct. .. A LAROE VAIIIK'I OF SPLENDID. . Whitehall, Fishing and Rtrmvo Boats. 'In' large and comfortable Pluuper, MERMAID With au *■ \| i i Kirn *-.l Fltherman in charge, can be engaged to take partlea to ti&gt;« Fishing Grounds. Sportsmen and Pleasure Beeieri will And this the tuotit complete Boating and FiHhiug Establishment in the vicinity of San Francisco, A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. TKEM9 MODEKATK. A branch of thlt Establishment will alio be maintain...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT i and SALOON. Jo**± &gt;£!Lk Meals at all Hours. Bak ■iTi.ih.DwiTii Bkstof EvbbyTHINO. 0p oit '■ Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. A. R. SILYA, Prop. W. A, WILLIAMS, — PROPRIKTOB — - - ll "I --■■ - Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Sekves Evhky SiND.vv Tin: l)i:sr Clam Chowder in the State. Chive me a vdll. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD BAUBALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! ~~ ■ $OTEL Jlfi) Pltfip GROUNDS ! This Picturesque spot baa been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. The Hotel lifiH been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wtnea and liquors. Tliera la uo more charming resort within fifty rallea of San Frauolico. EDWARD BTAHL, Prop, SAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAI S HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - • C.v.. BOARD and LODGING ..By the.. DAY, WEEK, OK MONTH, ... ..;■■■■■•-! At Reasonable .Rates. .-H ■ . ■ ■; i The Bar is Supplied with Good : Wines, Liquors und Cigars. Thomas ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. | KFiedlei :\ - DEALER IX § GENERAL if MERCHANDIS Groceries, | ■ Crocker; Dry Good Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and - BLANKETS, LIQUOIM'Ot 1 CO ani. CIGARS. J3gF°GooD9 I)i:i.i\ to | I'AIMS OF SaUSALITO* FREE &lt;fl CIIAKGE. 1 have n new, carefully self ;| and complete line of get f£&lt; merchandise and nm selling a* rates. Tb« publlo jintrnmgu It reepoctfully &gt;JH Stand, Water St., S.nsidi 1\ FIEDLER, I'm ■ Iftjft LIVELY SDpLj| Turnouts, Sadd| Horses, etc., I g FURNISHED AT REAS ft _ ABLE KATES. Express run to all l^fLff ■ in Sausalito. -v r-j ....ALSO.... DEALER IN WOOD COy WATER St., ■■-■;; SAUSALB GEO. ■ W. ■ SMITH,! :. Paopßnl News Depp h . AGENT FOX ALL THE SAN FRANC* DAILIES GENERAL IH .lj LICATIONS OF THE I 1 UNITED STATES. | I I Keep , on hand a Stoolt J STATIONERY indjOENfljl 1 SUPPLIES of that DE-:| SCRIPTION. Store Postoftiee BuildicH WATER St, - SAUSAII JOHNSCHNELL, _^ -Jk Dr. Wm. Jenningm PHYSIC lAB S A U S A L I T O, C4|
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
LOCAL NEWS. u/*lur«rinatl»» of any occurrences or local or OKNEHAL INTEUKST will bo thiiiikfnlly lfceivtd rromanjr portton of Uio comity, will coiiuunnifationg tor publication will alwaya receive propit oonuiileration if accompanied wttb the name of the mxVtn liirtbH, marriages, ai»l deaths, with names and dates, properly specified, will be pubUihad without eharg*. if sent to us from any part of tlie
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 From Sen Francisco for Sausalito San Rafael WEEK I&gt;AIS. BUNUAYtf. 900ain I 0.15 P"I : B.ooam I 5.001&gt; "' 11.30 aiu 1&gt; i» I 10.00 3.45 pin I II l.HOtm | From San RafaeTfor Sausalito San Franci.co WEEKDAYS. 11 SUNDAYS. 7.46 am I 3.35 pm 7.5! i a m I 12.00pm .gff'g I From Sausalito for San Francisco. WEEK IJAYS. SUNDAYS. 645 »in I 1.00 pm , 8.30 am I 12 00 pm «'lsam 3.50 pm ; 10.50 am 4.00 piu 930u in I 6.30 pm i I COS pm E»tra trip ou Saturday liuin Sausalito *.t. il.lß pm THUOUUH THAINH. 8 20 and 2.25 pin dttily,Suudayne)cuepted,Through rra'iuß from SauKafael lor l&gt;uut.mi Mill» and way HtatiuiiH. Tliruiiifli Trains Iroiu Uniicaii WtHa arriv«i in ami KatiiKl at i 1.40 am ami Mil l&lt;m. BTAOE ooasaoTiom. gtasea loavu Duncan Mills every moniln« excep Muuilay lor Stawart'a Point, (lual'ila. I'iiiut Aroua Oulley"» Cove, Navarro, Mendocluo Olty, Oußpar Noyo. Klbesillali, Wesport, and ...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCliff BUNDAYH. Boat I.vs S. f. 7 15 a vi Train Lvs S. It. * in .. •■ •• 9,i0» i., 8.0(1 »in »♦ «* •• a.SOpiu " " " lO.Wani • • " " 1.0(1 ii •• " " 3.40 pni ■&lt; ■■ •■ pin " '• " 6.osjMn J~ hUNDAVSiO.NLY. Boat lvs S. F. 8.00 aiu Train lva H. K. 8.1 a in •• •• •• ju.au am " " " li.4&lt;S»iu ■ m ' 3.45 pm •• " " 2.30 pm] " " " 4.110 pin • &gt; •&lt; " 6.00 pmj " " " 6.06 pm Mr. Collie's new house is nearly completed. A MARRIAGE in high life is on the tapis in Sausalito. Carpenters have been touching up the Catholic Church this week. Mr. Rutherford is building three cottages on his tract, which will be for rent. Material for the bakery, to be erected next door to N. Sease's saloon, is being hauled to the site. Mr. E. C. Beasley's new house is closed in and will soon be completed. It is constructed on an original design. The streets of Sausalito near the ferry are a disgrace in their present c...
SAN RAFAEL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
SAN RAFAEL ITEMS. The town election is called for Monday, April 6th. The Firemen's masquerade ball last Monday was an immense success. Over five hundred spectators and about seventy-live maskers were present. John F. O'Toole, convicted of manslaughter, will be sentenced next Saturday. It is said that ex-County Clerk Davis will probably receive a government appointment. Marin Lodge No. 24, A. O. U. W., will have a sociable time on the occasion of their anniversary, which falls on March 10th. The Sausalito brethren will be invited to participate. Col. C. L. Weller, a prominent citizen of San Rafael, died in San Francisco last Friday. Mr. C. Grosjean has just finished planting a large vineyard near the San Anselmo Junction, Assessor Vanderbilt begins his labors next week. See what property you are possessed of next Monday and don't estimate it too high.
DEATH OP J. O. ELDRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
DEATH OF J. O. ELDRIDGE. Mr. J. O. Eldridge, oneof the must, enterprising and useful citizens of San Rafael, died at his residence there to-day (Thursday.) Deceased had been confined to his house by what was considered a trifling attack of neuralgia for the past two days. At no time was his condition deemed in the least respect serious. Last night he felt well enough to play cards in the parlor with his family. In the morning Dr. Taliaferro called and found him apparently in a satisfactory condition. Two hours later he was left alone for a few minutes. When a member of the family returned, he was dead. Death probably resulted from an acute attack of neuralgia at the heart. Mr. Eldridge has long followed the profession of auctioneer. In his line of business, he was without a peer on the Coast. Vast tracts of land have changed ownership under his energetic hammer. The very knowledge of the fact that Joe Eldridge was booked as auctioneer was always sufficient to draw a crowd. His last ...
TIBURON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
TIBURON. There is no spot in the neighborhood of San Francisco for which Nature has done more than the stretch of country in Sausalito township commonly known as Tiburon. Up to a very recent date, man was content to let Nature do it all. It was even worse than that for it looked very much as though man was doing his best to deface and deform what was originally beautiful. About the only moument of humanity's occupation was a morgue for Uncle Sam's condemned cruisers, which were broken up and burned in the secluded haven and constituted an eyesore in the shape of rubbish and general desolation calculated to make a happy man sad. This, and a loud smelling codfish drying establishment were the only evidence of man's civilizing influence around Tiburon, up to a recent date. About three years ago, however, old Peter Donahue, who by the way has done more for the development of this coast than any other one man, looked on the harbor of Tiburon and saw that it was good. In the dim future he...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
EL MONTE. Hotel "El Monte!" SAUSALITO, - Cal. ....THIH.... % T-OLASS HOTE I_, ! OFFERS EVERY.*... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNIS H E 1) ....AND.... Spacious Rooms. Table the very Best! ■ KXTENHIVK IMPROVED — GEOUNDS. hJWII COTTIR/TS, Croquet Yards ....AND . . . other Outsides Games ! — ♦ BIL LIARD ROOMS AND BAR 1N..., Separate Buildings. , .THX FINEST.... ■' __- - Land and Water I/All IN THE STATE. TEEMS MODEHATE.. J. E. Slinkey,' proprietor,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
LAND AND FERRY COMPANY. THE SAUSALITO LAND AND FERRY COMPANY, N OTIC E ! The SAUSALITO land and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in Building Lots, BLOCK AM) -A_cre Parcels, AM) ITS Water Front LOT S, On Easy Terms. s&gt; « — The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line of road traverses the entire North Frontover three miles —of the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property within quick traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. .... J' II 8.,., ■ -....■ -¥A T X R- • •» V.N I). . . . LANDSCAPE VIEWS .. ARE... . UN EQUALED 15 V ANY Around San Francisco. m The locality is healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. Water from Flowing Spring— Pure and Plentifulfurnished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms, Please apply t»&gt; tho Secretary of tht&gt; Company, Room 9, No, 419 California Street, son Francisco, ••••On...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
WATEB KATES. " NOTICE ! Water Rates VND.... Conditions ....OF THE..., SAUSALI O Land and Ferry coimiip.a.isl"*'. OinCl OF TIIK sauBalito LAND, \xd ii:i;i;v COMPANY .V». il9 California St, lionm 9. San Fkancisi Jan. '-&lt;!, 1885. NOTH'K A* TO WATKIt ItATKS AND COHDITIOXR. rpilE SAUSAIJTO LAXD AXD PERI, ry Company hns (lit) right to claim and exert all tho privileges of a Water Comjmny uiulor tho following olanHl of 111 Articles of Incorporation, relating to tuo "objects and purposes for which said company is formed." viz: "Building flumes, dams, nqueducts, reservoirs aud other structures Bppropriutn to the supply nnd distribution of water." "Of collecting, distributing and Mllipg water." Tho Company has lately applied tv the Board of Supervisors of Marin county to tix nnd establish monthly rates for wnter, to be charged and collected by this Company, Tlio Board of Supervisors decided Mint they had no jurisdiction, aa this Company 1 was not furnishing water to a "City and Cou...
THE REVOLVER NOT MODERN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
THE REVOLVER NOT MODERN. The Kiiiiiest Specimen—gotne [ngenUn TT—pnni The l&gt;;in«cr. ["The tiim nn-1 H There is a common n .; the revolver is a very modern weapon, but this is far from true, since among the first arms made, revolving cannons a:e found, and the revolver principle soon after the invention irtablo guns, applied to them aldo. &lt; &gt;ne of the earliest known was an arquebus with Vntir chambers, in the Tower collei tion, and once the property of Henry VIII. Tho barrel is over two feet long and the bore about half an inch, with a rate flash-pan for each ohambei crod with a sliding lid, and moved in ision under the lock. The museum has a three-barreled whe&lt; I gun, the chambers being moved by the hand, while in the same institution there is a six-chambered pistol, the mechanism being similar to that of the gun, and both dating from the early part of the seventeenth century. Tho Birmingham museum li. Italian three-chambered pistol of the...
DE MASSA OB DE SHEEPFOL'. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
DE MASSA OB DE SHEEPFOL'. [Detroit Free Press.] De tnaMa ob de sh« ; Dat guards de ■ AVhnr de long night luln I S-i he call to de hirelln Is my ihesp—lsdey nil oome in: O den say- de birelin' ihep Day's tome; ley's black ai And sum. ii" 's poo we id i'~. Hut d&lt;&gt; real &lt; all brung in. Bat de rest, ■ n all brung in. Dcii do massa ob da iheepfol' Dat guards de sheepfol' bin, Oo'i down to de gloonierin' meadow! Wharde long night-rain begin; He le' down de bars ob de ibeepfol', ('iilltn' sof— "como in, com3 in!" Callin' sof— "como in, come in:" Den up t'ro' de gloomerin' meadow; T'ro de de col' night-rain Bud win' And up fro' de gloomerin' riiin-pul', Wid de sloet-fa' ple'cin' thin. Do pol os sho.'p ob do gheeptol' l)oy all com' gndJeriu' in, Do polos shoop ob de staeepfol' Day all com' gadderin' in.
Temperature of .Soil-.. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
Temperature of .Soil-.. [Chicago TlmeL] A German oxperimentcr, Professor K. Wollny, has found that soil covered with living herbagf) or dead vegetable matter is colder in tsumiuer and warmer in winter than bare soil tinder otherwise .similar conditions. Tho (flflerenoe of temperaturo is greater in Bummer and least in spring and autumn. i;.h lieats more quickly in tho spring and cools moro quickly in thu autumn than that covered with living or dead \ ble matter. Undo Esek: The hardest man to Kliako from tho ladder Is the one who mounts a rung at a time.
In 'I.in. Town. i [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885
In 'I.in. Town. i [San Fraud-ir, &gt; i. To the eastern mail Chin t town is a matter of most novel interu. \ &lt; 'at of Dupont and Kearny .streets, so like Chi" eago or New York, iv one minute we turned a sharp corner, left the dull shops behind and plunged into a bystreet of, say llong Song, Canton, Pekin. It wm noon of ■ Saturday, a market day, and an hour when all the heathen of Chinadom, released from labor, wero traversing the street. Only, except tho face, of our companion, tho tide of humanity, ebbying mid flurrying along tho "narrow sidewalk, was .Mongolian. The air was resonant with vocal hieroglyphics. Every figure scon on fan, pane!, folding-book, tea caddy, lire-oraeker paper. Be to havo bees released, and in flesh and blood, walking about in a bine blouse and pig-tail. "Never did an indefatigable nati perpetuate faithful facsimiliea of i* -elf, its people, customs ami fashions its the Chinese do in the grotesque, highcolored paper with winch they cover ...