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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. ;:.!'■■ \>' K^r.Vi l!r.- ■ "-'■• BONDAYS—ll'ify Coni;ni'.iiii i. I M ■.>l, Flr»; giinjuy In ih Mi nth, II *•■■'• F.vm Pfkvcr, Br. m. Him '.I r Hi'h<M-l '.i.l"i a, m. WEEK I.>AV:<-rlli-Jy Uoiuuu ■■■. . W ... ■■■ Fill ■l»v>. 1., i in,-.. in a. «, ■ . •-■ V-' ■'■** ■*TJI« Womrii'H Anxlli«.-y," n nijil.l tar OUHfch Work in.vtrf cviry Ib. lay In Dr.OtiTft'l )'«rn ii. If M. Mi. HdlM willing t.. :■■ ■'■]■ l'l ClitU'cli W*T* ™rdl ill) Inyiliil fo iittoi.l. Tin' 11. \iviih} Ii ■•■' ii "I I 1!" nMt.iVypD MoJlJuj: CVt\)\ug*,trt »t iv rii ii b Wit any of tht lervlais.

Publication Title: Sausalito News
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

KEW APYERTIBEIIEN IU. Colin:.);.! & Franklin, 10W AND M' FORK .' Cloiliing Company ? Men's Boys, and Children's " 'clot: ixrN'a pSNTt funuisNi.xci poOD 3, . 12-804-300 foamy -'„ 1 r. Suttev £7 San. FiiAKQisoo.' ' ■ THE-SEASIDE: FIM-f NICTV':'^A WaMhvKß WAITIXG- ROOMS. OT, tttilOßS ANJ! CISiE «ee?ciJ iiAvisfl i!i:.i:3TAiiLiSiti:'>. mv '■is3^&' ■ li.^'t tbk f' rinci■putr.mnioof lfl£meuu« a-.i tl>v> nmi ill p<:MICi ' ■•'.'"(-'-••-•'■ THOS. RYAN, Prop. ;WILLIAMS & CO., Whol mle tl*nn{»oture»» and Danletiln 1-7 yJB ROME Hi A n;: ; c x- a- .a. a. , MAur-f Co m v TnXDB SiiFPiAKy ;. " IJ/''- all Ixi'-juh i ■■/ Graiit *. Eucpm-ngo Homo Indniitry and White Labor. Factory end i Salesroom, a l'; C Street near' FOURTH . San i; m '..:.. W. D- HOBRO, P lumber! Gasfitter, 728 Washington Street, > 1 -i' ■-•>!'■• tit* i'la/.1. ■, . ■ San. Francisco, Cal. Work done at ritsson.ibla Kat&ri.'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

Vf-ATEB KATES, NOTICE! Water Rates AND ... Condition^ i'.-frpp I'm'... SAUSALITd Land and Ferry GOJ\.;I.PAI^"Y. f; A r :; .'. I. tto LAND and . . till' COMPANY '„. ,■' /' ( ','/: ■, ii fn St, lioom ,'/; FUs i !.■•,, wen, .ran. 20, 1886. • net ,(« TO WAI : ■ HATKS IKB COJfDtWOKlt'i rpm: PAI («AUtO land AND feu. .1. iy i ..■;. i unv lii« ill rifjht to claim I ri: I ,\- i; i! 1 i!i • |n i\ i!i :.i sof a Wat i r Coroi j;ii.y iu;ili ,■ ill-, following clanHes of iIS .\iliiie.i i;f I iifol position, relating to tlio I ' (.' j. i :■; .iiul purpoHPi! for wlii Riild comI s ai y is formed." viz: ■• JI liiiu« lliiin..-. (Itimi, nquctlurls, k?( rvi.ira iiiJ oilier dlrnctnrea nppropriulo ! U> ll.c ■ : *'■. Mud ii: Iril ntj'in ill water." ;'Ol cpiUtlilitf, iii - liLmlir.;; and t;ollii>(; '.V.fi I ." II ' r.,:i:Lii;r.v In'.:-lafi!y fi|i|)licd ti) tin' I i:...!i.1(f biijiVrvlsoi'H of juitriti county to i ii-i iiiirl (,n'i,l.;i~h Uiniill I. i-.•.:• fl for water, to r fcp '!i;i ...

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Manners and Men. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

Manners and Men. iH. K. Oxnbam.] Hut always the men who have most complexly mastered the secrets of medical science or who have cured the greateat number of their patients. Few peo pie inquire or care about that. The velvet tread, the unctuous pressure of the hand, the silvery intonation, the sympathetic yet reassuring smile, these Are the infallible passport* to many hearts, and, what Is more, to many pocket*. The Job's comforter, who in* sisU with obtrusive honesty on telling disagreeable truths, who pronounce* with merciless fidelity the death warrant of the patient whom no ha* man skill can save, And refuses to be feed by the interesting hypochondriac who likes to combine the luxury of valetudinarianism with the luxury of health, will too often at best be treated with cold respect. ~v*"* **••»? '"*•»•*•»

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POETIC INDIAN NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

POETIC INDIAN NAMES. ■U* Tlmnklrx* 'I *-. PuftllllHd by Ihe Irooorlant —literal Translation. (C'liarlestoo Xews and Courier.] It in not that the savage of old times tins changed—wo aro only coming to know him better. Chingachgook and Liioas and Hiawatha and Powhatan, an« all the rest of tliem, woro the sanw as their descendants and reprosoutativ«s of to-day, only wo look at them afar off, through the cloudy, softening atmos phiue of fiction an 1 of history which is but little bettor than fiction. The noble red man of to day cuts grasshoppers and ftfMuin bathes, nud thoro is good reason to believe that Bad Jackett and King Fniltp were not insensible to the attractions of roast dog as an article of diet. flu) poetry with which the race has been invested Joes not pertain to them. It had its origin and end in the imagination of those who have rhapsodized concerning them, and the true, original savage wm ever and remains a heathen and nothing more—until he is civilized. In no particular,...

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A Southern "Look Hrnin-.li.' [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

A Southern "Look Hrnin-.li.' [Chicago Herald.! A party of Savannah capitalists have purchased Tvb«e island, and declare they will make it the "Long Branch of the south." A big hotel and an opera bouso are among the things promijou.

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■tegular Autograph Viand*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

■tegular Autograph Viand*. [Chicago Herald.] There are 182 genuine collectors and dealers in autographs in the United States who prey upon the long-suffering statesman, actor, soldier or man of letters, exclusive of tho thousands of youth* in training as album fiends. ,s4MBA

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MAIDEN AND BUTTERFLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

MAIDEN AND BUTTERFLY. f[From the German.] A maiden idly wandered - . Through wood and col retreat And as she stooped to gather A no>e *ay from the heather, , A but'&rfly passed by her, Aim kis.eu her lips go sweet "01 pardon," said the rover, "•'I pardon maiden fair, I Fought among the flower The himoy that is ours, And too 1 ' your red lip* blooming For roses growing there." t s*'*>a ■» --fr*-'**■■-% AN OLD LADY'S RECOLLECTIONS. —————— i A Trip to llaltlniore—The lr«t Steainliont—Johnny Cake— Heaux. Baltimore American.] Speaking of women, thcro lives in East Nottingham, a few miles over Mason Mid i')ixo>i's line, in Pennsylj vania, an old lady who possesses a bright memory, despite her «7 years of in, Her name is Mrs. Amelia Fulton. Hie was born near Rising Sun, Cecil county. Md., in 1788, and has lived rough the administrations of all the presidents, from Washington down. A visitor found her in a chatty mood rucouth'. "imring Gen. Lafay...

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A Great Wash Day. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

A Great Wash Day. Li-aria Cor. Boston Transcript.; We have just had a mi-careme such as Paris has not witnessed for several years. During the afternoon the boulevards wero so thronged by sight- seekers that one could only move at a small Bpace. The mi-careme is the great fete of the washermen and washerwomen, home of your readers may ask what men have to do with tho wash-tub. In France they have much to do with it. Here men claim their right to wash and scrub, just as women claim the right to vote and to shoot their enemies. Both sexes batter your linen to pieces, burn it with sulphurio acid, and grind off your buttons in perfect amity. But on the mi-careme there is not a man nor a woman who would condescend to look at a wash-tub. In tho world of soap and soda it is the day of days Then you must expect to see your buxom laundress attired as a muxn decollete Juno in a cavalcade with her husband as Jupiter or Apollo by hor side In the evening the washhouses ar<> ...

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A Village Community In KumU. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

A Village Community In KumU. 'Pall Mall Gazette.] The latest experiment in the organization of industry comes from Russia, where the employes at the large engineering works belonging to the tirm of Struvo &amp;lt;fc Co. have recently been planted in a complete settlement somewhat lilt* Pullman City in the states. The workmen, of whom there are between 8,000 and 4,000, are all lodged in small cottages, most of which are made to accommodate two families only, while the public institutions of the colony include a refectory, a laundry, a hospital, a benefit society, a technical school, and a cooperative store. The employers contrioute handsomely to the Denefit society, but charity In any other form is quite unknown in the placo, and the cooperative society pays a flourishing dividend. It would be curious if Russia, which is a survival of the past in its village communities of an agricultural type, were also to be a pioneer of the future in village communities of an industrial type.<...

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The Art of Talking. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

The Art of Talking. llnterlor Monthly.] There is not by any means a lack of talk, this is abundant. Gossip and scandal and slang wo have an" overabundance of, but of conversation, sensible talk, there is a sad want of that The American people have been dubbed as a nation of talkers or rather of twaddlers, and there is much truth in the assertion, but the same may be said of almost every other nation under the sun. There are few really good talkers, men from whom in ordinary conversation you can gather a fund of knowledge, and who are entertaining as well You need not long be in the company of a man until you are aware of his weak points. If his general demeanor does Dot betray him his tongue • ill.

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BOARDING IN NEW YORK [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

BOARDING IN NEW YORK SOME OF THE MISERIES OF METROPOLITAN LIFE. F»*unnieii.il Prices of Rooms —The Mysterious Uesourccs of 3:any Hoarders. People Who Live In lirelr« Hall lC&amp;lt;&amp;gt;om«. [Special Correspondence.! . Hew Yor.K*, It is not easy to live In New York unless you are 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 the boarder la more helpless, more homeless and hopeless than elsewhere. The city is overcrowded, the people must have food and shelter, tho boarder may be very uncomfortable, but he knows that he may more a dozen times and not better -himself a particle. Besides, he has fead some experience in hunting board, the forlornest of all forlorn experiences. Ho learns in time—it doesn't take long, either— to put up with almost anything, and be plod of a shelter at any price. There is 110 scarcity of boarding houses. They are in...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

BBS s^:4ismlll w v CURES ALL HUMORS, from a common Hlo&amp;lt;cl' ; or Cn'pUoß| to the worst. Scromla. Bal«&amp;gt;i ■:i :•». "Fevor-Horc«,"liist\ly or Hough ••liliij In short, all diseases caused by bad blood an conquered by this powerful, purifying, ana invigorating medicine, Great Hating Vlecru rapidly heal under Its benign influence. Especially hns ir. manlfwtea its potency in curlnar Tetter, Boh Bash. Bolls. Car* liimclrs Soro Ejrei.BcpoFuloii« Sorer mid Sivcllliisps IIIl»-.1oiul Dlfoa»0, While •welling*. «■.&amp;gt;!!&amp;lt;•, or Tiiicii Neck, and Enlarged Oloudlti Send tea cents in stamps tst a larsro troatiso, with colored plates, on bkln Diseases, or the same ■iniount foratieiitlwi on S&amp;lt; n&amp;gt;ln &amp;lt;&amp;lt;■ up Effect long. "Tin: IMjOOD IS tick' i.in;." Thoroughly oteante it by usinjj Di. Plerce's Golden Medical Discovery, (mil good dlgootion. a fnlr skin, Imoyanl »-plr. 1(m, vltnl Mtrtntjlh, uis«l r(oiilidutti&amp;gt;« o...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

I A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jk W Meals (it all Jfours. Bar Sun-Mi i&amp;gt; with Best of Evkuyi hi:.... Oppo tit &amp;lt;■ HaUi'O'ul Wharf. SAUSALITO - Cal A. R. SilyA Prop. " WILD WOOD GLEN ! I2OTEL /iiji) PIGjP GROUNDS! Tin's Picturesque spot lias lieeti \ put in thorough repair by tlie Proprietor. 1 Die Hotel .has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to I'ic:iii' Grounds, Stocked with \o*t a'■ .■■- and , 1 cjiior*. 'Ibt-reiano iu&amp;lt; r.- ililit- HI: l&amp;lt;-.ir v. iitiin ft t; mil*- r &amp;gt;aa KM .*. •■ • EDWARD HTABLb Prop. BAUSAUTO, •- - Cal. WW 1 I Are you fftlllner, try Wells' Heai.tii He- fc irtwca, a pure, clean, wholesome TOKTIO, For Brain, H«rre«, Stomach, I.l»er, Kidneys, Lustra. An L'noqiwled invltronuiU Cur«s Headache, Fever, Ague, Chills, DEBILITY &amp;amp; WEAKNESS. ' Nice to take, true merit, unequ.-iied for, TORPID M LIVER and Nisi ti Sweats, Nervous Weakness,; Malaria. Leanness, Sexual Decllr.o. if Sl.iw per bot., 6...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 16 July 1885

T H E Sausalito Land AM) FERRY CO. i\ 0T1C1;! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers it, Lands for Sale in Building Lots, BLOCK 1 Nr&amp;gt;.., -A.ere Pai-cels, Water Front L O" T s, Jii Easy To; ms, r The Nor in Pacific C o st Railroad Company's line ct road traverses the entire North Front— over three r,:il s— of the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit ni qui&amp;lt;;k traveling distance of San Francisco— Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. THE.. . "\\7" A T inn £1LANDSCAPE vSjs'irs .... a i: E.... UNEQUALED BY ANT Around San Francisco. The locality is 'healthful in . the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. 1 Water from Flowing Spring— Pure and Plenti.'^l—furnished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONAIILE RATES. For all information* in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms,': Please apply to tho Secretary d the Company, '";£ Boom 9, No. 419 Caltfonia Street, scat Franclsto, .. OB 0n.... TOED.VY.i AND TUUnSUAY*. AT THE COMPANY'S ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

The Sausalito News. NO. 21. VOL. I. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JULY 23.

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Cannonading a Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

Cannonading a Balloon. IMurrnT In Washington Republican.] About this time a captivo balloon was Bent up daily in the direction from u.s toward the Chain bridge, and with a spy-glass the aeronaut and his associate were plainly in view as they stood up in the basket to tako their observation of our position, for the purpose, as I supposed, of ascertaining our reserve forco prior to force tho picket lino. ()no day it was seen that the balloon had broken loose from its cable, and it Coate 1 about a half mile higher toward them. Tho riflemen began to make a target of the air ship, and its governor, finding things growing warm, threw over ballast, telescope, chairs, etc., and immediately rose higher. Lazily the balloon drifted backward and forward for an hour or so, and we hoped it would bo finally carried within our lines, and all the cavalry were put upon the alert, but finally it entered a stratum of air, which wafted it back swiftly towards tho Potomac, where it descended. Tho next da...

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Level-Heailod People. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

Level-Headed People. [Youth's Companion.] The custom of using the head as a pack-horse is common among the Chinese of California and the negroes of tho south. On the streets of San Francisco the Chinese washerman is met, stumping along on his thick-soled shoes, as if on little stilts, with a huge basket of clean linen poised on his head. He swings his arms carelessly, his fingers almost hidden from sight by tho long, square-cut sleeves of his queer, loosely fitting coat. Tho burden seems to cause neither trouble nor fear. Across streets, through mud, among carriages, ho picks his way as unconcernedly as if walking in a deserted street. Occasionally, if jostled in the crowd, one hand rises suddenly to tho baskot, steadies that, and then resumes its easy swing. Many of the negroes in the south use their heads with even greater freedom than tho Chinese. On their woolly pates a pail, tub, basket or bundle sejms to rest as airily a3 a swan on the bosom of a lake. Without endangering tho ...

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