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A SUMMER SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

A SUMMER SONG. 0, lovely sunbeams, through th* moadows dancing, On golden pinions, all the livelonir day. Kissing young.loaves, on crystal streamlets gTanoiug, Changing- to living gold their silver spray. Woo amorous elves, coquetting with tho roses, Wooing the daisy In her grassy bed, Till the shy flower unconsciously uncloses Her goiuuiod leaves, and blushes rosy red 1 Oiidinj; gray rocks, on rugged mountains streaming, Ilidiliii" thu flowers in sheltered nooks uwnke, Calling young gong birds from thoir happy dreaming, Waking the 'atightor of thn dimpling lako! Playing "Ho pwp amid t lie white buds blowing In peui-ly clusters on tho hnwthorn tree, To tho rutind eyes of woudormir childhood showingTho rapid journoyinjrs of tho wandering bee. Shedding a halo bright on youthful tresses, Uddlngvoung hearts for very rapture! n;r, Touch Ing the brow or cure with lend ouresio», Or glinting lightly on the skylark ■ wing I Ah. merry sunboams, like sly oup da straying In the triad footsteps ...

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“A TRUE HERO.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

“A TRUE HERO.” The Tragic Story of Two 111- Starrod. Lovors. He was only a poor artist; sho was an opera singer, playing a long engagement in ono of thu. popular theaters of a groat city. Sho was admired, petted (tnd spoiled —was tho rec pient of line presents —and had only to smile to bring tho wealthiest to her feet. He lodged and toiled in the garret of a miserable tenement in a crowded portion of the metropolis. He ate -which he did only about six times during a week —at a cheap restaurant Ho had no friends, but he had a pure soul and a noble heart. He had genius, too, but people were slow to recogni/.u it, and so he had lo starve and freeze and go without decent clothes iv csnsequonce. He was a remarkably hand,«omo man. and to those he liked could bo very charming. Be was engaged on a picture that, when finished, would bring him both fame and fortune. A certain art linn, very popular with the fashionable world, had seen SOBkS "I this artist's work and were quick to recognize th...

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REBUKING CURIOSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

REBUKING CURIOSITY. How a SI rancor In » California Town n»f- Bed Impi-rtineiit Inquiries. Tho other day a mysterious-looking stranger appeared in Petnlutna and remained live whole days without tho inj habitants finding out his name, where ho came from, or his business. Even the bar-room loafers were bailie.l In their attempts to extract some definite information, and the entire town lay awake o 1 n:ghts worrying over the matter. At last the general agitation grew I to such a pitch that Ihe sheriff volunj teered to interview tho stranger In behalf of the public weal. Approaching tho taciturn visitor, as he sat In the office of the hotol, the functionary remarked: "Fine day, sir." "Is, eh? said the stranger, dubiousiv. "Going to stay long In these parts?" "Just four days, two hours, and thirty-one minutes longer," replied the other, consulting his watch and a timetable. "Then!—may I-er ahem! may I ask what your business is?" persisted the Sheriff, as the crowd gathered up closer. "We...

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TOURISTS' BAGGAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

TOURISTS' BAGGAGE. A Now anil CoiivcnU'iit Conitrnctlnn of Urn Inimodlnto rrainporl.illciii Act. A recent circular issued by tho Secrotary of tiio Treasury appears to have put a new construction upon the Immediate Transportation act of ikso relative to tho baggage of passengers arriving iv this country from foreign ports. Heretofore passengers havo boon subjected to tho delay and annoyance of having their bagngo examined at New York, whereas, by this finding of the Secretary of thu Treasury, this baggage? is shipped through in bond direct to forbv-foiir eitiet named in tiia act aa Inland ports of entry, which Includes » IhioagO, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Detroit, Kansas City, Denver, San Franoisoo, and others." A bond of •1,000,000, is required, however, by tho (loverment from the express companies, and the American Express Company is the only one which has as yet given it. Tourists and others who may come from Europe to tho United States will thoroughly :ipprec ate this new order of t...

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THE ROUEN CATHEDRAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

THE ROUEN CATHEDRAL. Doacrliillmi of i in- I'lnc* Where Kit-hard (<»ur do lion U Hurled. Tho Rouen Cathedral itself, though defaced by an elongated iron nutmeg grater which has tho impudence to i ill itself a cupola, is magnilicout as a MH when first seen from thu corner, and liner still when examined iv detail from tho wonderful gallery of carvings around its great gate to tho long-necked gargoyles that stretch their misshapen heads liko hungry giraffes from tho angles of Its mighty tower. The interior is somewhat disappointing after the grand outside, but beneath its smooth white pavement lies burled many an eventful chapter of history. Here the '-lion heart" of Richard CfIBUT do Lion lies cold and Still forever. Here John of Bedford, the destroyer of Joan of Aro, sleeps in the same earth that hides his victim. Here Prince Henry of England, cut off in the (lower of his youth, rests in the heart of the fair land that England has lost forever. And here, in the ground that...

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A MAN OF NO WEIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

A MAN OF NO WEIGHT. I An InoliUut In an Kngllah Railway Curriage. There were seven of us in tho , oompartmentof anEnglish ra'lwaycarriage when the train started from the station. In one corner sat a man, long legged, tall and lean. At the next station three more travelers entered. These filled the compartment. Opposite the tall man. a short, fat man took his sent. "Wish to goodness you'd more your knees," sad tbo fat man, petulantly. •Certainly," said tho tall man, as ho I proceeded to stick his feet under the 1 scat opposite. •Stop! atop!" yelled the fat man. "Didn't you sco mo put my bandbox there. 1 Do you want to smash it:" •'I didn't see you put it there," said the other, qn'4tly. "Well, you ought to, then," grumbled the fat man. '•Loaf, awtward giants Mint can't sco ought not to travel. Hate giants, at least, half g ants; regular old-fashioned giants, ton feet high and tive feel wide, were all right, but they didn't want totrarel by 1 rain." 'The tall man looked at the speaker...

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THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE. Raw It (■ round 11 l'rnfiiaolonnl <lentlsinmi Who Onua Amoclutcd with the Cream of I the I.uml. "I was not always a boot-black," said the young man, as ho bont his curly head over the fat man's boots and rested for a brief moment on his trashes. "No," said ho, as ho breathed gently on his customer's best corn and resumed Irs rubbing. "I have seen a great deal of life." "Yes!"' observed the customer, encouragingly, for he talked better than ho brushed. "I have associated with gentlemen as fine as any in the hind. 1 havu heard William M. RTarts toll stories time and time again." "Yes?" remarked the fat man, with a growing admiration. ••I know ltoscoo Conkling well. 1 biivo of tun placed my arms around his , neck. I used to love that man for his brilliancy and wit." ••Ah!" remarked tho customer: "How long have you been obliged to resort to this menial method of earn jour living"Only two weeks, sir. Yet, I know a great many of our greatest men. I am Inti...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

PITH AND POINT. —The bee can draw twonty fmes it« own weigh t. So can the porous plaster. —When a man's mind recovers from a state of confusion, he dooin't necessarily die, but ha finds his dazo.— Tcxai Sittings. —it is lad that the Prinoc of Wales never carries a purse. Our r.-emblanco to his royal highness DM often been remarked.— St. Caul llcrald. —A woman pointed an old pistol at ■ a tramp and blazed away until she shot a calf worth 986. The tramp Is tickled to think she didn't aim at the calf.— Exchange. —An Irishman, hearing of a friend who had a stone coilin made for himself, exclaimed: "Faith, that's good! Sure an' a stone coffin 'ud last a man a lifetime!"— if. Y. Independent. —A female teacher in a public school was amazed the other day by seeing a perfect forest of juvenile hands fly up in the air and shako and gesticulate wildly. •What do you want?" queried the puzzled instructor. Chorus: "Yer han's fallin' oil"."— Chicago Tribune. —Two Troy men have invented a machine t...

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A PRACTICAL JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

A PRACTICAL JOKE. —"""> ■ • —— . ..-1 ■»»'' '1 How it Retire.l Merchant Pu!«l the r<<ii«lty lor it I>euil-llrii<l Trip to Kurope. A group of steamship agents were talking over cheap ocean passenger rates, when a retired old merchant present said ho was reminded of a cheap trip ho once took. "Somo years ago," said he, "I owned a good-sized steamer, which I chartered out tor grain, or other freight, to Europe. One season I obtained a cargo for Hamburg, and the notion took mo to go. over in my own ship and see the Continent, I told my Captain of my inclination. He was a jolly old Yankee, and noted as a carefill ofliccr.' Ho at once reminded me that the ship was not licensed to carry passengers. 'Very well,' said I, 'we mns'n't break the law for the sake of a . little economy; perhaps I'll go, later on by a Cunarder.' " ; Oh no, no,' he replied, 'needn't do that; I'll fix it for yon. Let me ship you in one of the crew! You can pull ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

DR. WM, JENNINGSON, . Physician, SAUSALITO, OAL. BAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. Agents for all the ' San Francisco -Dailies, —ANl>— General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery nad General Supplies of that de■cription. Htore In t'oatoillce Building. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. J. LORIAN KEKI'SA FIKBT-CI.AU Saloon and Recreation Rooms. BEST OF Wires, Liquors and Cigars. POOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS And oth«r Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - CAL. Joseph M. Jewbtt, WAGON MAKER AND BLACKSMITH. s^g^, WAGONS AND CAR mggfilnii rinses Repaired, and new ones made to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. O- Agricultural Machinery of all kind. Repaired on ihSt notice. HDIWK SUOKINQ attond.tt to with proinptue ■ am! dispatch. _ WATER STREET, SAUSALITO. A. LAWRENCE, : DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and General Family Supplies, PRICES REASONABLE....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

DIAS & SUVA, DFALER3 Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, A-nd Cigars. £0F" We can compete with city firms iv price-) an quality of g i >ds DIAS & SILVA, ■■-- '.■ ■ „■:,■ CALEDONIA AVENUE, Sausalito - - Cal. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc., Furnished at Reasonable Rates. Express Run to all points in Sausalito Dealer in Wood and Goaf. WATER ST., SAUHALITO. GEO. SMITH - - Prop. SAN RAFAEL AND SAUSALITO EXPRESS —FORWARDS— Parcels, Baggage, Etc. On every boat to and from San Francisco. BXJRITITTTEB, PIANOS Moved on short notice by careful and experienced men. JOB WORK lUK'MPTLY ATTENDED TO. Lvhyo orders at Wniee'e Fruit Siore. C. L. HOWARD, Proprietor, TAMALPAIS STABLE. Teams, Saddle Horses, ' Etc.,Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. We h re several large CAIIKYAIXB. and ca» offer ape l.il facilities to }'icn!o Parties. Our Stock >« equal to any in the State. Gl»e us a call. MANBEBO & CORDOZA, Proprietors, \...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

Tin: St. Louis murderer, Max ■well, while in San Francisco, outlined what appeared to be a very plausible defense; namely, that i'rellef was never killed sit all; that the body found in the trunk war, a "subject"' from a medical college, and that the design was to collect a large insurance on Preller's life, which had in fact been successfully accomplished. There were many grounds for giving some credit to this theory. Principal among these was the utter apathy of Preller's relatives and friends. It is inconceivable how people with any pretence to humanity could have failed to take some little interest when a member of the family had been murdered under such hideous circuin'ptances! If the Prellers in England, however, showed any concern, it was only to get their hands on the property of the decease^. Not one came on to identify the remains. Not a single effort was made to assist in unearthing the murderer. The body even would have been buried in the pauper's field, had not some pub...

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Klisnbrttn Siranl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

Klisnbrttn Siranl. 4mong tho followers of Guido Iteni, this young woman, who died when but twenty-five years old, ia conspicuous for her talents and interesting on account of the story of her life. Bhe was the daughter of a reputable artist, and was born at Boloprna about 1649. She wns certainly very industrious, since one of hey biographer* names one hundred and fifty pictures and etchings made hv her, and all these must have been done within a perioil of about ten years. Much hiw been said of the ease and rapidity with which she worked; ono anecdote relates that on an occasion when it happened that the Duchess of Brunswick, the Duchess of Mirandola, and Dnke Cosimo do' Medici, with other persons, all met at her studio, she astonished nnd delighted them by tho ease and skill witli which she sketched and shaded drawings of the subjects which one after another named to her. The story of her life, aside from her art, gives an undying interest, to her nnmr, ami insures, her remembrance...

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Tlic Fine Art of C6«klnff. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

Tlic Fine Art of C6«klnff. Gooil cooking is m important element in homo life ami happiness. Many people think that while a girl must go to school for years to accompli » knowledge of her own and foreign languages, and must have masters for this and that accomplishment, she may bo nafoly left to pick up an acquaintance with cooking after she has a household of her own. This is a mistake. I myself once, had a dreadful time trying to prepare a dinner, in the absence of my fiitlifiil Bridget, and I would have riven up Latin, Orrek and French that day to have known when tho potatoes were done, and to have discovered . how to get the PCM and boaua out of tho water in which they wero floating. To be a pood cook, girls, one needs n iight, firm hand, un accurate- eye, and a patient temper. One nerds, too. :• few. 1 rules and a trustworthy receiptbook, We have all Been tho easy way D which a good cook makes a cake. Sim tosses three or four things together, gives a flirt of the Hpico-I&amp...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

THE Sausalito Land AND • FERRY CO. ■ . NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its | Lands for Sale in i Building Lots, BLOCK ..'..AND..., ■ Acre Parcels, .. . AND 1T5.... Water Front LOTS, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles— a* ! the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit', ni quick traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from .vHrf to wharf. ■i . . the.. . -WA T E £I<•i i A Di• • i LANDSCAPE VIEWS .'.'..ARE;... UNEQUALED BY ANY Around San Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. Water from Flowing Spring— Pure and Plentiful—furnished from the Company's Reservoirs ' and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms, Please apply to the Secretary of the Company, ♦ Room if, No. 419 Calif Street, san Francisco, ... OR ON ... TUEDAYS AND THURSDAYS, AT THE COMPANY'S ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

EL MONTE. /, V ■ . " . _ _____— —» "El Monte" flfetel! SAUSALITO CO.,CAL., THE ITEABEST COTTIETT-R/Y" FORFAMILIES . OUTSIDE OF SAN FRANCISCO. Boating, Fishing, Sea Bathing, shady Groves - — AND mjmimii drives. ••' ' —• - i Extensive Improved Grounds. „.. _.. 1.... CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : ABLE First-Class, PST"Hotel' open Summer and Winter/.Jga i Rates 82.00 to 13.50 per day; $10 to §12 per week. Special rates to Families. N. B. —Commutation tickets $3 per month. J. E. BLINKEY, , PROPKIETOR. I * 1 JH HOTEL |H AND RESTAU EANT! WATER St., SAUSALITO, Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, at , Moderate Terms. Meals Famished at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HARRY ItOWSON, - Prop. A.R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. j|g£L aSk *§$ Meals at all Hours. Bar Supplied with Best of Every--I*lXO. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO - -■ Cal. a. R. SilyA Prop. LISBON H O,TEL! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. opposite; railroad DEPOT. Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

MISCEIIANEOHB. F. Fiedler, ■ DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE! In ■ ' Groceries,' Crockery, Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACI CO and CIGARS. £jgF°Gooi>s Delivered to all parts OF SaCSALITO FKEK of Ciiakok. I I have a new, carefully selected and complete line of general merchandise and am selling a city rates. Tin' public patronaga in reepectfulljr •i.llcltrd Store, Water St., Sausalito. F. FIEDLER, Prop. PIOIsTEEB BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - Cat.. . . A LAEOK VARIETY OF SPLENDID. . Whitehall, Fishing and Hunting Boats. The large »ml comfortable Plunger, MERMAID -' With mi experienced Flfberman in charge, can be i'ii;!ii^i'il to take parttei to tin; Finning (Jrounda. Sportsmen and Pleasure Bee««ra will find thin thn rnoht i-onipltte 13outin« and Fishing faUttablißhiUf nt ' | in tilt; vicinity ot San Fram ifco. IA large Assortment of- Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc.,' Etc., ' Constantly on Hand. TERMS. MODERATE. , . ...

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N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausaiito & San Rafael WEEK DAYS. II is 1.. N PAYS. T.3ouui a.ajpm II N.OO ■ m 3.15 pm 9.30 a m 4.60 pm I 1(1.(ill am 4,40 pin 11.40 am 6.20 pm I ll,.ujain 0,30 pui jl 1.110 |i m Kitra trip on Saturdays it 1.30 v si. From San Rafael for Sausalito & San Francisco WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. B.IS aui *l 13U a m *8.05 am "3.20 pm ♦7.46 am "3.25 p m «l».lll a 111 I.S>|iiu •9.20 am *4.sOpni •1/00 in *C.:io pm •1.35 p in •Extra trip on Saturdays at l.Ki-.M. Train* markad thus (*) start Ir m Sin Qurntln From Sauaaiito for San ranciaco. WEEK DAYS. 11 SUNDAYS. 6.15 a m 12.05 p in 8.40 am 4 110 pm 8.15 am 4.00 pin i m. a m MO pm 10.00 am 5.30 pm lUpiu 7.13 pm 2. IS p m Extra trills on Saturdays at 2.(10 and 7.00 p.m. THBGUJH 7.1»:>'1. 8.10 am »nd 4.0J pm daily, Su i'ln>« flf'pted 'i li.-un To in from Baualili fur Dunesn at.II and way alallont, Tli"jujli Trues f.c.u ...

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