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REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

REAL ESTATE. Sausalito Land and Ferry Co. to Belle C Harms; lot on Water street, Sausalito, $75 Wm H Collie to Mary Machtigall, part of block 12, Sausalito Land and Ferry Co., $5.

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the El Monte" Hotel this week Mrs A A Eaton, Rod P Lewis, John Coman, W L Dickerson & family A A Wood, James Jacobson Mrs Rose Lyons, Miss L Doyle, Miss Pearl Partridge, Mrs Rayfield & daughter, Albert Rademaker, Chas F V Lewis, Miss Hattie Rademaker, James Jacobson, Willie Donnelly, David Hunter, Miss L G Crutchley, Capt Bingham, Edgar M Wilson, H H Moore & family, Chas Howard, Robt H Ahn, Willie Howard Aaron Meyer, Mrs B Terry, Miss Bertha Meyer, J S Bellrude, Miss Sarah Meyer, E W Goggin and wife, Capt Edgett, Geo H Smith, Mrs Roberts, Fernando Smith, Carl Lutz, Geo Smith Jr. T H Howe and wife, Miss CamiIIa Smith, Douglaa Wooley, Major Edwin Lewis & wife A G Booth, Miss Pinkie Lewis, Miss Emma Bowers & sister

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

POSTAL. Mnl'ii Close. I. ' Ar.iii< Arrive. -,\.: FordwFi .i ) H.OHAM I From Sail Frnn-1 R. 20 nt Cisco —— I 11.M am I Cisco r 11.40 AM ) (i.15 ii |', ;. ■ i s;jo in 3UNDAY9—Cti^rs nt 7.80 A. m „fov Ban FranclSCO A.tlvohnt-8.40a.m. 'ri in " ." ■' a;ivi;i.ti-..1' IJBTTEHS.j -\ »/,'•. List >.{ nni [aim ■! Ii it. n n m-iinii; ( !n tin; I'v-1- --• iltlei' nt Rim alitil, Mii D 'O'li.ly. i.'iilirnrfila July 1. IPSS: To ulitnln any of Ihcue-lrttt fa ».ho applt; i ntiuuitnll for "mlv>!tlsid lilt. ■«" V:mih! ilnV when pulilixliiMl. If not c«ll«d fir wlibiu>imß mouth, they will be suit to tlu> P.aJ Letter Ome?i Robc-rl :!■ iremiiii, F.dw .1 Clifford, . . Mm U(J Wllllami, " clia» Castli',' • «.*?. K.i ry. li I. D tii, i , . . „ JniuiMarli'dnUcttPiicoartJ 0 Fif>:gi rolil, 1 Ait Unit is. • It Hart-, J „ . Ili"i-.\ M Dugan 1.l '""■ Haripint. i! John £ensK(.t,. i. Jf. '

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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. Rr:V. FiiEiiisr.KK.W pi I B, Bl | ton, - „;., KI'NDAYS-H.ly ('i'iiiiiimii'l'.ii. 7 a.'m. 'First Rundny in tlio Mont*, 11 a. M, i:»'iiini: Prkvcr, BP. m Riimlnv Si hoi L U:J> A. M. WEEK DAVrt~llnly.,Coinni v anioji, la a.m. Fri,iy^— n 1.1 my, I" A. M. ' •■The Woiui-n'a AMlllaW," ft fjlulloj&>t.QhDriH' Work uhilh c M ry TniVldy 111 Dp. C:ilrn'R 'olllii' at I i' nt. Any 1 olh - willing to !i< !(. in < hum li vyi'i-k, are I'linliHll'v inviti 'I I" attend, i. '■ '■' '•' ' The V..11H.' Blrln fluilil mit" nt (ho s:imr pl»C« every Tliurxday :ilnoon nt 4 oVlock. '. '■'. •' The K. .I.M'inN.v li.si.n at the H,, t.iry'eil Monday i vi nlugH,or at tin. Church nftrp iimv of tbo »CC\)CQ»,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

BIRTHS. WIESE - In Sausalito August 23, of the wife of Clemens Wiese, a son —a 12-pounder. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. Mus. M. Garcia Woods. J.^xrr.iiiKNcr.n MIDWIFE ANNOUNCES that I J Sim will give cartful utt'-utiitn to any case givcu her. Jli'Sidcnro Calodi nin Ay. Hnu.tiilitn. FURNITURE FOR BALE! l- i:t (■;■• rmrAfj Ftir.STTurE IN pood O -:■:,. A ■;■!■ .0 T. MM'lll.N.H. i wAl.li f. Pi V. 0. 83 REWARD I LOST IN GOING MUM TIIK CHt T ltC7I 1 4 vi:i llttri'Uon Avi-nue ami I'tilkcley Avenue to mv In ']■•'■■ n brown utf'Pil mh-U cunt, II 1" a wttl* lit 111 tin nlde pock* I c in! .1 til in; iikimi' mill add i - with majm uii'l ottirr pi i" •■ 'ill" iiinivo niwu ii wi 1 be paid for thu rcturii if mni nml conttutl to lailii.lit' OEOtiiiß. GEESE FOR BALE! . I/MM' LOT OF 11011 ARE OFFKRED FOR Hj Bil« it ll.lßlto*. Iniiiiiro nt WHS. CAMPBELL, Woodward Valley. CHICKENS FOR SALE. IHAVF A LAUGH ..'tIUVKII OF CHICKENS Fl"t Hit »l:iilf«»''j or ,-etal!, llvo or ilieHto.i. DcHY«:t'd 10 fin/ Add jss, TAVL ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

MISCELLANEOUS,,. ... IICIIIIJANIJAte^Rtt Ice Cream ami CofTi*» , I*u»t«Y. Ice cream, ''■■.■ . .... confectioiieri/r cakes ?_. Etc. . - ,' ■ A COMPLETE' STOCK Of ( lIOH i: IHKX: II AND PLAIN < AMIIKS. Fumilirs supplied with Bread etc., nt reasonable- terms. . .orrosiTK. . VV. RBI A\ r II A H F, Clemens W'ii'si:, - - PnornircTon. • * THE SEASIDE ' reso;r||| FIXE NEW SALOOX'"'AxD waitixa UOOMk . ... li\E< LtOltJi ;: UNO tldiE." THOS. KYAN.IVop. ' GEO, V. KENNEbV, blacksmith; -^<^ and 3^fc WAGON MAKER. »«■ i . rn ■■ ■•/•-%• All work nttonuca to -with promptness and satisfaction guaranteed.' ( j Horshociiig a Specialty. Agricultural Machinery of nil kinds repaired on short notice. SHOP, \VATi;i; St., K.usauto. ; „ i. „ WILLIAMS & CO:, •;" WhoUult Slauiifnctni'O's nud Dealer* in • VINE HOME -MADE CIG-ABa., Maiun Counts Tbape. Supplied With (ill Required Grasc9. % ' ' Encouragu • Homo' 'TuiWstry "njjcl White Labor... ...• • • „• Frcio -'v pud -S...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

WATER RATI - Nil ! It h f Water Rates Conditions „ ( .-..,■ i- - ....OF T1110... : J* I BAUSALI Land and Ferry oo:M::pjosr2\ ______ - - ■*-»-:'.■" :o-.- ' -.:.:;;'■ o: : : OITICB of TUB BAUHA LI T 0 I.AM) ami FERRY COSJTANY iVV. California St, lldom 'J. San I'i. vsiisco, Jan. 20, ISS3.. NOTICE AS TO WATCH OATHS AND C'OSPITIOKB. - TnE SAUSALITO LANDfAND FE«. JL ry Company linn tbe right to claim and exert till Hi privilege* of a Water Compuny under the following claused of in Articles of Incorporation, ri luting to tbo "objects and purposes for which Paid company is formed." viz: "Building Bnim . damn, nqncdncls reservoirs and otber Htrttctnn•« tpproprhtta to Uui supply and distribution of Hater," "Of collecting, disiribuling ntid sollii-g water." Tin' Company ban lately applied 11 Ihe Hoard of Supervisor.- of Matin comity to Ax and establish ihouthly rates for water, to be charged and collecti d by thin Company, The Board of Supervisors decided that they bad 00 jurisdiction, lis thi...

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THE FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

THE FASHIONS. Scmt or Ilir Ir iv li ifl>-» That Please | Hh Ay. ruse \V iman. [tutting di ovortrimni'd th I year a- (ire ai-o continual ou ' Mil'-. Ganze and s:lk grenadine fan- lead in popttlaritj Just non ■ Fine French cashmere druses of the oolor of nd, known as sang do b and elaborately braided with black. ' are favored by English girl* Cot tonn > use. One of the prettiest gighta so»n in a ionc t me was a silvery- haired old lady. ; in charge of the 'kitted goods'' booth j at a fair recently. She wore a <lr«—■ of whito nainsook, with a broad hem ■ad a few narrow tucks at the foot n! the sk rt. Over h^r shoulders wa, folded a kerchief of dotted Swiss mu--l.n, held by a little bouquet of fall- ! blown white roses. Above her crown of wavy white hair was set a stately- j looking Maitha Washington cap. laceirilied,' an 1 made of dotted Swi.-s. She wa-> the "belle of tho evening," aged sevonly-live years. Gauze, embroidrrod silk muslin, Span...

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MEXICAN ARCHITECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

MEXICAN ARCHITECTURE. Quaint and Striking— Inspiration Transplanted from Spain. Nearly all Mexican towns, so far as I have seen them, have features which give thorn distinct individuality. These proceed from their great diversity in site and climate—from their local building materials and architectural forms, and from the customs of their inhabitants. For many generations they have been left to their own resources, and this isolation has en - couraged these variations. How unlike the growth of tho smart towns of our young west, which appear all to have been cast in the same mold, or rather, cut out by the same jig-saw. There is notable architecture almost everywhere ii Mexico. Some of the humblest villages are ennobled by churches, whose domes and towers would give them a proud distinction in the greatest cities of our commonplace land. The architectural inspirations of Mexico come from Spain; the art has been transplanted, not developed here. Therefore it shows characteristics of t...

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HELPLESS UPON A FRIENDLESS SEA! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

HELPLESS UPON A FRIENDLESS SEA! Who, in taking passage i" a great ;rans-Atlantic steamer, does not feel ■ thrill of exultation over her magnificent power. Againtt her the Storm King nay hurl his elemental forces, nor pierce her armor, nor stop her onward course. But let me describe a scene when, one morning in mid-ocean, there came an alarm fiom the pilot house followed by a cry : "The ship's rudder is lost!" From the confident expression, consternation came to every face. The wheelman being helpless to direct her course, the vessel was at the mercy of wind and wave. The captain had been negligent—the hangings of. the rudder were allowed to wear weak, and suddenly ii had dropped deep into the sea '. Strong in intellect, in physical vigor, in energy and in ambition, man confronts, undaunted, gigantic tasks and commands applause for his magnificent achievements. But all unexpectedly, an alarm comesthe rudder of his constitution is gone. He has been careless of its preservation ; menta...

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RUBENSTEIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

RUBENSTEIN. The Eccentrirltlc» or th« Dlntlnsfnlshed Mnslrtan — Ilii Lovo of IIU Mother. Rubenstein, as a player, it visible to his admiral in three aspects—the '•for-mal-pathetic," as hi' sits down to his instrument in the concert room, clad in full evening dress, with a do/on or so of miniature decorations displayed opoa his broad chest: the '•comfortable" In dressing-gown and slippers, when he is in hi." own sanctum, composing or practicing; and the "conventional." as he appears in private drawing-rooms at •vening partjps. He dislikes official receptions, at which he feels himself "on show." and nothing annoys him more violently than to be trotted round as ■ liaulc noureautc. One night, alter an uperieaoe of this latter description at Vienna, ho dropped into a cafe which ho was in the habit of frequenting late at night, looking so disheveled that one of his friends asked hire why his hair was so rumpled and his white choker all awry. "No wonder," he replied; • -to-night I have no...

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An Anecdote of Wagner. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

An Anecdote of Wagner. In a notice of Wagner, recently published in Germany, the following anecdote is related of ono of his visits to Cologne. At the hotel where he was staying, the best suite of rooms were occupied by a rrussian General, who hail arrived on a tour of inspection. One evening while at work in his solitary chamber, the sound of music imruedintelv ind'-r his window struck the composer's ear. It was doubtless a serenade in his honor, and he naturally felt gratified by tha Battering attention. When it was over he opened the window, and was beginning to express his thanks to the performers in well chosen terms when, to his surprise and confusion, his harangue was interrupted by a roioe from below rudely bidding him hold his tongue, and intimating, aiuid roars of laughter from the assembled spectators, that the compliment was not intended for him, but for the General.

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A Singular Reptile, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A Singular Reptile, A snake of a very rare kind is now at the Smithsonian Institute. it was captured near the famous Buck Horn Wall, on the lino of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad, near Deer Park, M.I. ■ The peculiarity of the snake is that it can, and docs whistle and sing like a j young mocking bird. In general appearance it is like the ordinary snake, except its head is shaped somewhat like a pug dog. In length it ii tour | feet long, and the largest part of its i body is four and a quarter inches in circumference. When it whittles or sings it makes a series of jumps like a frog. Tho head snake professor of tho Sin thson an institution U now a l. Wood's Hole, Mass., and it will probably be. sent there for his examination and classification- It is In shape and color altogether different from any of the African singing snakes, and besides issues a louder and more harmonic sound or whistle than is recorded of any of tho classes of snakes that fire found in the East Indie-....

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INDIAN WIDOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

INDIAN WIDOWS. A Remarkable Social Advanca In Illnilo«tan. English paper*, which come to us with several columns of extracts from the Indian press, tel'i of a very remarkable social advance effected under English rule in Hindostan. This is especially noticeable in regard to tho condition of woman in India to-day, compared to her situation at the beginning of this century. It was only in 1831 that the practice of burning widows was abolished by the Government; and up to that time, as Max Muller observes, "women were burned wholesale, even in the immediate neighborhood of Calcutta." During 1823. in the Bengal Presidenoy alone, 575 widows were burned: in the very limits of the Calcutta Court of Circuit 310 wore burned. Numbers of these were boantiful young girls under twenty; and jet the first effort to secure the abolition of the hideous custom was.made, not by a European but an enlightened Hindoo, Rammohunßoy. He held, with good reason, that the practice of suttee was not ordained by...

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A Good Idea. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A Good Idea. A Griswold Street lawyer lately posted on his door a notice reading as follows: "Yes. I'm going away this summer." "O, for about two weeks." "Yes, I shall take along my fishingtackle." ••Well, I've caught 'em that weighed twenty pounds."' "Yes, I foel that the trip will do me good.' "I shall publish any gain in weight in all the papers as soon as I return." "O, of course. I never go oft' on thesa trips without taking at le«at twenty sure mosquito remedies along." "No, my wife isn't going." "I generally bait With minnows, but have used llics and bugs." "No: I never try to sell 'em to the hotel. I always send 'em home in a refrigerator car.' 1 ••Of course. Don't think I'd go to a ■amour resort which doesn't boast of a mineral spring, do you." "Well, mostly pickerel and bass, though 1 don't object to a whale now and then." "For further particular! see •mall bills, or call on me as soon as I relurn.''—Detroit J-'ret Press. —An old lady over eighty. years of age, and who was...

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WHY SUFFER PAIN? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

WHY SUFFER PAIN? When by using the Compound Oxygen Treatxeiit" of Dr* Starkoy & Palen, 1529 Arch BU~, Philadelphia,, the chances are all in favor of yonr gettiiij,' prompt relief; eapeclally if the pain has its origin in ItfTYOua d irangoinent. In neuralgia, nick headache, and various nervoLS affecUona, this trca 1 uient ac;s with remarkable promptnon Write for pauiohlet giving tofonnat]. n about this Treat-nii-i.t. and it wi 1 he seat free. Orders for the Compound Oxygen Home Treatment will be filled by 11. K. Mathewv, 621 Powell St., between Bush and Pine streets, San Francisco. > «. The hull of the wreaked steamer Enterprise has btijn abandoned at Victoria.

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DELICATE DISEASES [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

DELICATE DISEASES of cither box, however induced, ' promptly, thoroughly and permanently cured. Heud three latter stamp* for large illu»trated tre;ii■*.-. World's Liispeiiiary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V. The fUbermea abcrat ■ City are killill.' all the »t:i lloiii tii v

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BESET ON ALL SIDES [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

BESET ON ALL SIDES By malaria, how shall we *scape the dread .infection'; is the question which the dunizens of fever and ague districts n«k ielve». The •raver comen from former sufferers who for years have escaped the visitations of the periodic scourge, through the i rotecting; influence of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. When th- necessity for using preventive measures arises, use this means of prerention at one. It regulates the liver, facilitate! digestbn, and liberates impurities from tl;i system, when Mich exist, by promoting healthful action of the bowels and kidneys. Act early. In all regions where miasmatic vapors breed disease, it is absolutely necessary to bo provided with a safeguard, and this i^ true, though n sojourn in such localities in destined to be brief. No one can afford i" breaths malaria for a short time. The Bitten ii a sovereign specific for rlieumatism, debility and nervousness. Keep it on hand. '-

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CHIFFONIERS, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

CHIFFONIERS, No lady can bow fret along without « "e'.iest of draweis," or chiffonier, as they are called now. The California Furniture Company, 220 to 220 Bush ktreot, Ban Francisco, rell beautiful one* in cedar or imitation of walnut for $12. An (\ctreMi Wai robbed at Chloo ef j«Welrj rallied at «il,so<> tact Sonday.

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