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San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. Boat hi* 8. F. 7 45 &gt; in Trniii I.vh S. 11. fi-'io a m •• 9,15 am 8.(0 a m *• •• •• 12.00 ill " " " 10. a m • • «■ " a.;*) pin .'•' '-'-"'• •' I .JO pIB ■•• " " ».ou v m " " " 1.40 i&gt; m •• "J-? •&lt; •• ti.iopiii " " '• MSpni ■ SUNDAYS ONLY. Boat Ira B. F. 8.00 am Train lv« 8. 11 K.lO a m •• •• '• 9.30 am D.-iOHiii ,'• :|U. •' 11.1*1 am " " " 1-.15 l&gt; in v .... &gt;• •• i.au pin " " " a i&gt; in "••■•• «• 6.d1l it ii '■ " -" CUD Jim ". -■-,-. . ' ■■■.■■■.!■. ■-■■ Mr. J. Crowley has sold his new house to Mr. A. T. Malvln. Mr. Fortune's cottage is at. present occupied by Mr. R. Rodgers and family. A party from San Franciso pic nicked last Sunday on the Live Oak cottage grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Kellog will give up the Jackson cottage on September 1st. and return to the city. It is said that the change of time on the ferry will go into effect during the mont...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
SOCIETY. Reports of weddings, parties, receptions events in society of interest to the general public and personal movements respectfully solicited from all parts of Marin County. They must alwaya be accompanied by the name of the writer. The Bulls-head breakfast given on the "El Monte" grounds last Sunday by Colonel Slinkey under the auspices of the Society of True Friends was in every particular one of the most jovial and successful social occasions ever held in Sausalito. A large canvas covered salle a manger had been put up adjoining the hotel, with canvas furnished by Captain Mallandaine of the ship Imberhorn, and in this three long rows of tables were set. At about 12 o'clock the steaming hot bulls heads had been dug up and taken in charge by the three carvers of the occasion, George Davis, A. Barbier and A. Meyer, and the waiters lost no time in serving the 130 members of the Society and invited friends who had taken their seats. A good bull-headed menu was before them Spanis...
THE PAGAN QUARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
THE PAGAN QUARTER. One of the curiosities of San Francisco is that quarter of the city known as Chinatown. The visitor on striking northward from Sacramento on Dupont street, is soon In the heart of Chinese quarter*, lie will see no English reading signs there, the surroundings being as thoroughly Chinese as it' the sight-seer was in the center of tin; Chinese Empire. The restaurants arc sure to attract the attention on account of the curious display of cooked viands. Here can be seen whole hogs baked to a nicety, and ducks and chickens roasted and flattened out so as to bear a close resemblance to the flounder, all having such a tempting appearance as to create a strong .desire in the mind of the observer to taste. Xext the barber shops come in for their share of the curiosity, Ilore can be witnessed the blood-curdling Operation to Americans of shaving being performed without lather. The barber simply dips his hand in a bowl of water, and then applies his dampened hand to the scalp...
RESOLUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
RESOLUTIONS. The following explains itself: At a regular meeting of the Democratic County Committee of Marin county, held in San Rafael, July 20th, a committee of three having been appointed to draft resolutions endorsing the Democratic National administration, and the course of Hon. Barclay Henley, the sole representative of the party in Congress from California, the following resolutions have been prepared by said committee of three, as the sentiments of the Democracy of Marin county. Resolved, That we recognize in President Grover Cleveland a true exponent of Democratic principles, and we regard his administration as the dawn of better things for the whole United States. Resolved, That we heartily endorse the Hon. Barclay Henley as a public servant, who has redeemed every pledge made to the people, and we look forward to his future career with confidence that his integrity in the past has inspired. Resolved, That these resolutions be forwarded to the San Francisco Examiner and th...
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
POSTAL. Sr»r« Close. ! Mnll« ArrfT*. For San Frnii.) H.IKi am llr &gt;m Pan Fran-1 B,COaM ci ßco ; ]1..-..-» am I Cisco M' &lt;"&gt;*■« ) 3,'n mi I J S.iirji SUNDAYS—CIwn nt 7 50 *. M . fT San Francl»co Amvi sat a.lll a. m. runii •' ADVEKTISED LKTTEItS. t.l«t of imrTi'm Ii 111 PI r. niilr.'n 'In the I' »». ofßp-i at Smi ai to, M.i.-.n riiniily. fora 'a ■&lt;"'■■ 1. .•-:.; To "M 'in an? of IbfH l&lt; tti - It applicant mini rill tot •■Hi itifd hit 15" g'.v.i.iJda'.B when piibl.i-iu-il. If mil &lt;-»il.'l f^r »:.!iin oi,a ii ..id. liny If til bo Btiit to till Hial Letter « lll*' ■. Hubert Bi :•■ man, I In ■' Clifford, Mr* II •' Williams, ( ii«k ol«Ut', X irv. I) I- D irn. JonoMarlp.lcßcttenconrtJ O FlUuitbM, a n \\»:i ii, n Hart henry M Ditgan Eleanor Mar^i-t. j, us- 1 1 Bsrau. V. M.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
CHRIST CHURCH. 1:1 v FruuKiicKW ISkeo, Hue-ran. si siiWHll lv ConimnnlnDi'7:3o a.m. K'r»' Snmlnj 111 tin' Month, 11 a. at. EvtnliiH PraVfti H p. m. Siim'ay Bcbool '.ill a. M. WEEK DAYS—HoIy Uouuuuuiun, 10 a.m. Frl. «'»%■ — 1.-t my, 10 a. m. • nil' Women's Anslllnry," a 8n(1i1 for Ohureti W.ik n\"iis Tii'siliiv in Dr. oiim'« oil Bit 4 v M. Any 1 id is willing to help in Thin-, li w-Tli ar- r-.nlhlly ii v-t.il t.. »lti ti.l. Tin- \ .mi.' Qlrll Qnilil "i" I* *t Hi« sinio place i vi " T!iMl.-ili;y «ft«rn&gt;jon at 4 &lt;•'&lt;•!• Tn It, it r may beMM-n a! th* lt-rtorvnn "' nn»j ■ vi ii: u--.!■:■ at the ChurL-h after iin.v &lt;il tlie. arrTlcev,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
BIRTHS. — — — SMITH — In Richardson's Bay, Sausalito, Aug. 16th., on ship "Lanseer", to the Wife of Capt. C. V. Smith, a daughter. I I ——————— ———^—————— NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. , •, - " ' • • v " " / . ' ' ;•• * ;-» ' ■ *-.'■-, FURNITURE FOR KALE! ' w liT OF COTTAGE rtT.XITUnB iv r;ooi&gt; O Cußditl. n. A;, !. ... T. NTKrHESH. . « V.D I. f, V 0. |3 REWARD! lOST IN GOINd l.'M THE CHURCH _, \.i Ii»-r;&gt;-on Attain » » Jiu'n-!*.* Avmiiw tit mv liii (-. &gt; luuwil hi :'I ►•ft BUI I I .»'■ 1 W«l let ,it. - Ill" p. Pl ■ I C 111 i D ■■■ lv i«' »■ ll :'■'••■■ c■* «.; iiia »k mil ma: ( p. •»-."•. 1 too ti» vh ny« .1 »i,I Lo ii.vi for i.:&gt;: u-.wiii i r C"»l»Bl roim lv BufiKUl' t.i'."ii(.i;. GEESE FOB SALE! 17»1M5 i.or &lt;)]■• (.ii. : AltE OrrXBJU) FOII ' &gt;,!j ti -.1. kpl«o*. i,.quir» of JUII3. CAMPBELL, v&gt; o :.v..-i v. &gt;y. CIIICKEXS FOR SALE. run \ LAtai mi &lt;&gt;v i of (hfcvii i Ton HIE wriv;e.-»'e ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. [CHI BAN BAKERY. ■ Itn &lt;re mil mill Col Tee Pallor. Ice cream, confectionery % cakes, Etc. A COMPLF.TK STOCK OK CHOICE FRENCH A.\l&gt; PLAIN CANUIKS. Fiimilit-s supplied with Bread etc., at reasouable terms. .. opposite . . FERRY \f II A Ii F, Clemens Wissx, - - PnorniETon. THE SEASIDE RESOE T I FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS. USES, iPf.S AM' CISAESb A'^-TT i MV'vr* r*..ESTABtISHKn |ft j'Lji—j,j . ■ *■ • i i ■* i'" '*"*BiW**' . [;, |,• rnif. 1' ■ .in:"&lt; Uiyflituu« au&gt;. iu&lt; i iB?xtVrai'l •« THOS. RYAN, Pi op. GEO.V. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH Kffi^i*^ AND ~^r-'"f' WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with prompt^ ness and Hiitisfaction guaranteed, (J. Horshoeing a Specialty. ' Agricultnrnr'Machinery of nil kinds repaired on short notice, SHOP, WATER St; Sausalito. WILLIAMS &amp; CO . Wholesale Manufacturers and Dealers in FINE ROUE MADE OIOABa Makin County &gt;Trade Supplied With "all Required Grades. Encoura...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
WATER HATES. 1 NOTICE! Water Rates ...AND... Conditions . 4.. .0F THE. | BAUSALI T O Land and Ferry COMPAITT. OKI-US or Tnir A V 8 A L IT LAND am) FERRY COMPANY .V&lt;/. 4JO California St, Room 9. Sax Fkancwco, Jan. 26, 1885 NOTICE Art TO WATKIt BATH AND CONDITION'S* THE K.USW.ITO LAND AND FF.IIry Company Inn the ri^ht to claim and exert all the privileges of a Water Cotu|):inv under tin' following cl.hibi's of it« Articles of Incorporation, relating to the "objects and purposes for which said company in formed." viz: •■Balldllig Ilium's, iliims. nqiicdnctn rpNirvoirs mill other mot urea nppropiliiteto the supply mill iiii iliiilion of water. rr , "Of collecting, dwributiiig mid celling \V iltiT." 'I'he ConiDany ha« lately applied t&gt; the Board of Supervisors of Murin county totlx mid esliiblUli monthly rules for water, to be ehtrßtd and collected by tins Cornpaoy. 'I'hi' Hoard of Supervisors decided that they had no jurisdiction, iih this Company wax not furuiidii...
A DAILY DEFALCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
A DAILY DEFALCATION. The Hon. John Kelly, the bead and front of Tammany Hall, a man of strict Integrity, an indefatigable worker, early at bis office, late to leave, so burdened with business that regular meals were seldom known by him, with niind in constant tension and energies steadily trained, final)j broke down' The wonder is thai he did not sooner give way. An honest man in all things else, be acted unfairly with his physical resources. He was ever drawing upon this bank without ever depositing a eallateral. The account overdrawn, the bank suspends and both are now in the hands of medical receivers. It is not work that kills men. It is irregularity ol" habits and mental worry. Noman in good health frets at his work. Bye and bye when the bank of vigor suspends, these man will wonder how it all happened, and they will keep wondering until their dying day, unless, perchance, some candid physician or interested friend will point out to them how by irregularity, by excessive mental...
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. —A Cleveland Leader writer credits John R. McLean with being the richest man in Cincinnati, worth at least six million dollars. —The Tycoon who was deposed in favor of the present Mikado of Japan by a revolution which cost one hundred thousand lives, is living quietly in Sidsuoka, a small Japanese country town. He is fifty-five years of age and comparatively poor. —H. B. Phillips, of Big Rapids, Pa., celebrated his marriage recently by presenting to bis bride his teething ring, the first lock of hair cut from his head and the first tooth he cut, and receiving in exchange one-half interest in a prosperous grocery store. —A son of a Mr. Robbins. of Fish Creek, is twenty-one years old and only weighs about thirty-three pounds. He talks, walks, looks and acts like a grown man, and is about the height of a common three-year-old child. His parents have had several offers for him, but they will not let him go on exhibition for fear some one will s .eal him.— Bockla...
Practical and Theoretical ChemUtry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
Practical and Theoretical ChemUtry. [Chicago Herald.] "Young gentlemen," said the lecturer in chemistry, "coal exposed to the elements loses 10 per cent of its weight and power. This is due to the action of the alkali conBtituente of " "But what if there is a dog sleeping near the coal, professor V "None of your levity, young man, this is a •erious matter." "That's what dad thought when 72 per cent, of his coal pile disappeared during HUM nights of exposure. Then he asked mv ml vice as a student in chemistry, and I told him to buy a do£. Ho lx&gt;ught a dog with baywindow teeth, and the spring halt in his upper lip, and now we don't lose ope per cent if our coal a month. That's the kind of practical chemiiit I am. Now go on with your theory."
We Knew It Would Come to Tills, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
We Knew It Would Come to Tills, [Puck.) —An Arizona paper makes the following announcement: "We will pay ten dollars for a good epic poem of one hundred lines on the • Scourge of *)i. Seventeen-Year Locust' Said poem must be sound in wind and limb, but it must no! be all sound; a little sense i.« desirable. All metaphors must be new and applicable to the subject. No more than one poetic license to ten lines will be allowed. Rhyme not absolute!, necessary, but reason a sine qua noil No parodies allowed. Wo reserve to ourselves the li'lit to work over the poems of all unsuccessful candidates into editorials on the need of a now navy and the failure of the wheat crop." The roller craze- If breaking out in musical circles
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. —At the annual sheep-shearing in Vermont the heaviest ram's 06604 weighed twenty-eight pounds thirteen ounces, and tho heaviest ewe's fleece twenty-one pounds nine ounces. This, it is claimed, exceeds the record at any public shearing. — llosion Journal. —A woe-begone looking specimen of humanity, tolling wonderful stories about being captured in tho mountains of Syria 250 years ago, shedding six sots of teeth, etc.. and claiming to be tho veritable Wandering Jew, has been doing up Winston, N. C.— Charleston (S. C.) News. —A man named Selig Voitcjtmnotev7,ky applied to a Now York court, the other day for the privilege of dropping tho last twelve letters out of his name. He based his plea upon sanitary and economical reasons, and tho court granted his prayer. His name is now Mr. SeliiT \ oit, and he has our congratulations. — x. v. Sun. —A Providence Journal correspondent recalls that Nathaniel Hawthorne once attended a Bowdoin alumni banquet at which he was expected t...
WEBSTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
WEBSTER. A Hitherto I'lipul'llithed Anecdote of the Great Expounder. Here is an anecdote of Webster, told by the late Colonel Munford, who was at one time Secretary of the Virginia Commonwealth, aud never published: Colonel Munford was in his office it thu State llouso one day when :i di^tiu-guished-looking man, accompanied by a young lad}-, came in, aud asked if they could sea the legislative chambers. Colonel Munford at once recognized, from portraits that he had seen, thefaco of Webster, and wishing to see as maoh of the great statesman as possiblo, offered to accompany him through the State Howe. '1 ho young lady suemed to be a relative of Webster, and was very bright and piipiaut in lier conversation. There was a constant tire of clever repartee between t!ie two, and when the party reached the Senate Chamber the young lady, turning to him, exclaimed: ■•Now, everybody says you are a great man and oan make a speech without any preparation. 1 want you to prove it. f' As she said t...
AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
AN INTERESTING INTERVIEW. A reporter recently called at Cady s Commercial r College, lr.h St. »nd University Place, N. V., and a«ked an interview with the principal of that inK'tutio", Mr. (/has. 10. Cady, in legard to the truth or falsity of certain statements which h.i 1 bean made about his having been cured of a bad chronic nasal Catarrh by Compound Oxygen) the matter being one of especial interest to the public, as a vi!. large number of people in America are afflicted with tin* troublesome ami often disgusting disease. Mr. Cady cheerfully re.ttpondnd to his inquiries and made substantially the following statement: "By the time 1 was twenty-one I had catarrh deep-seated and fixed. It came on so slowly that I hardly knew it was Catarrh. / wat continually hawking and spitting. I became a nuisance to mytelf, and I know I mas to other people. There wo» a constant dripping into my throat, I always had a weal; stomach, and this made it weaker. / tcjt in the grip of this horrible Catar...
RUPTURE, BREACH OR HERNIA [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
RUPTURE, BREACH OR HERNIA permanently cured or no pay. Tho worst cases guaranteed/ I'aniphlet and -eferenoes, iwo three-cent stamps. World's Dispensary Medica'. Association, 063 Main Sin»,, Buffalo, N. Y. ■•.% July 7th a lot of cattle from Nebraska leached Chicago, and s .M from $1,63 to $5.13 per hundred pounds.
BILL NYE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885
BILL NYE. lie Visits the Ilome of thq AJnrnses—His Own Birthplace Contrasted with Their* to Ills Satisfaction—Tho Proud Record of the Family at Homo »nd Abronit. After viewing the birthplace of the Adamses out at Quinoy I fell, more rouonoiled to my own birthplace. Comparing tho hocus in which I was born with those in which other emiiunt philantnropists anil high-prioed statusmen originated, 1 iind that I have no reason to complain. Nolther of tho Adamses was born in a larger housa than 1 was, and for general tone and eclat of front yard and cook-room on behind, I am led to beliave that I have tho advantage. John Adaui3 was born before John Quinoy Adams, A popular idea leemi to prevail in some sect'ons of tho Union that inasmuch as John Q. was baldheaded he was the elder of the two; but 1 inquired about that while on tho ground whore they wore both born, and MOtfftatned from people who were familiar with the circumstanues that John was born lirat. John Adams was tho second President...