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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

POSTAL. .HTbl'b CtnFe, i Mn(l« Arrlv<>. .r,-«n Frail- i H.niUM I I'r im H»u l r«n ] h.OD im C | sco ( |i.53 ,i« I cisoo M 1 40 ■• ) B.IS i .i | ! B.IOPSI -U.NPAYS Cl"se« It 7 r.O A. M . for S»n Francitco AniviH ut H.4D a. M. from " ADVEUTIhEti LETTERS. 1.i.-t nt nnrlltm I litti r-> r llinlnill:! In the I'i'Rtifllc« nt Sim aiito, Mnrln eouiity, Ciilfornla Bept, I, ISK.'i: To ol.tnlii any Ol tliißO lcttirn the (]>))11--.:.i,l mnsl rill f»r "mlri rtlwd li is" diving iu»o wl:eu puUlihhi'il. If ii"t called tor williln ime uuiith, thej will b« scot to the i"v: Letter Office, \\ AWirs i Birry '■ H Cabrnl Q Oco-^o (1 Parrrll ii l im',l o Jif.i.n l'lrin»B Ji'HN SCII.NKLI.. I. M.

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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. I?KV. FBEUKUtrK w 1:1 i m, IlEfTOn. BtTNDAYB Hiily CommnnJ'in, 7:30 a.m. Hit innrtny in the Montli. 11 A.M. Kvtuiiig Fnvcr, , i', m, sun l»y Si'boi.l »:li a. m. uiik DAYH—HuIy Oomniunloli, 10 A. M Fiil:i\ ■■ i ,it.ii. \ . II) A. M. ■•Tin' Wonieu 1 Ancillary," a Onlld for Olmivli ■Viili iiii'i'tH r\( ry TiK'H lay In l>r. OiirnV ofllri- »l Ii- M. Any ladlea illltti,' tii Uelp in CUufcli wort ire rnrcllnll] li vlti I toaltcnil. Tin' Yi.ini'.' (llrln (luilil mvttt* i»< tho »amfl pl»c« vi iy 'I bur ilaj nfternonu ut I i.'clocU. Tho Ri, tor m»ybti Horn nt tha Bi lory on Momlny 'Vcnloga.oriii the cinir h »ftet »nj ol Ibi rvloci.

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

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOUSEHOLD FUIINITUItEI AT riUVATE BALE. A i,i,Tin: BJTKCTn OF A wri.i, i uni.mi D c ittt niiil also imine poultry. JlKst. JUUN MCHAItDi. Bamlin I utU ■•■■ Mrs. M. Garcia Woods. Exxperienced midwife annoounces that she will give careful attention to any case given her. Residence Caledonla Av. Sausalito, . __ ; FURNITURE FOR BAL£| , BT OF OOTTAGK r: kntiti.i; in CiOOD kj Ccuditl-.il. Apply <v T. --II PHI NB. BtewAUD H. I. V.O. S-, REWARD! f OBT ■i\ OOINO FKOM 'i hi: < nritcii .L, via Ilarrlnon Avenue mid liulUilry Avmiic(u niv boon*. « br>iwn mU d mcli rout. Ho n wnl|i t ii tin i-uli) pocket «oiituiii!iix imiiin hikl mldri wltb ni»ii» sii'l »tbaV jmp.r». Ilia nUovo lowurd will bu liaid ful tliu Mcurii uf ivnt :n I i-nntciilH tv BOBWtT CiiiOUQK, ■iESiSCWtii' GEESE FOR SALEI J-MM'. LOT OF OEKBE AltK OFFKBED FOB ' BuliiHt 11. »plwj«. lii -hi ul f{|. CAMPBELL, V. odWMtd Vulliy. CHICKENS FOR SALE. rIIMP. A I.AIM.X MJMnKII OF CHICUMI Full...

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

MISCELLANEOUS, ICHI BAN BAKERY, ico Cream nml Col Toe Pmior. Tee cream, confectionery^ cakes, Etc. = A OOMPLBTB STOOS OP CHOIOH l'Hi:X. II A\!» PLAIN AMIICS. Famlliei inpplled with Dread etc., nt reaionubU terms. . . OPPOSITE . . FEIIKY fHAB F, Clemens \Yn:sr, - - Pjjopiuetoii. THE SEASIDE RE SO RTI FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS, . WISES, LIQLORS AND CIGARS. li^.T^ HAVIMi r.K-F.RTAtii.ifiiiF.n my (■.'t-.V~i;i.lmnlncnH in Smit-Ml I ri |yi'tiil)y \Ji'sis4.'*tMr.t I In- l■ • i.i.i iiulimin of luyftlsudj Hhi lin 1 B'Ui''»' pnliltei THOS. RYAN, Prop. GEO.V, KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH pfsn^ and ■„ (• WAGON MAKER.; All work attended to with prorapt-1 ness niul aotioQ gaarantoeu. , ( j Horshoelng a Specialty. Agriculturnl Machinery of nil kinds repaired on notice. SHOP, WAT Jill St., Sausalito. WILLIAMS & CO., fVbolttalt Miiuufncturers umi Denlors iv FINE BOMB MADE OICtABS. Maiun County Trade Si'i'i'i.ir.n ! Wiih all liei/iured Grade*. Eucourngo Home tnduitry Bad White Labor. Facto...

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

WATER : UATEB. - — NOTICE! i Water Rates ....AND.... Conditions ....OF THE.... jSADSALITO Land and Ferry COMPACT. omoi OF TirK BAUSA LI TO LAND and PEEBY COMPANY .X<>. 11.) California St, Boom 9. San- FbaJCCMOU, Jan. 2G, 1883 NOTICK AS TO VATM lUTK3 AND CONDITIONS THE SAUSALTTO LAND AND FEUry Company bus tho light tv cluiui and exert all the privilcgos of ft Water Compniiy under tbo following clauses of it.« Articles of Incorporation, relating to the "objects nnd purposes for which said com-' piinv is formed," viz: "Hnililiiig lluiiicH. dams, nqneducts reservoirs nnd other structures nppropriutu' to tho supply nml distribution of witter." "Of collecting, dUiributiug and Boiling writer." IIIIK BAUBALITO LAND AND FEUry Company bna tlio right to claim d i tn; nil the prii !l»gM (if a W'ntcr Comi'V 11 in 11-r Hie following d.uiscs of ill ii. I ;, df Incorporation, relating to tbe bjeote and piirpoHPl (or which snid comiiv is formed." \li! "Bnildlug Bniucs, dams, aq...

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ALL VERY TRUE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

ALL VERY TRUE. Bob Burilrttc's Advice to i» Grumbling and DlMßtlsfll <l Youth, Ye-, mysoni 1 know, these expensive fur.er;il- ami ex] ensive monuments and costly" tablet' nnJ suoh things cost h great d*iil of mono\ that might other wise go to Ijo pool. i know that th. churches in t:.' Uisite.t States oo«i ruany thousands of dollar* whU-'i also might be given to the noor, I know, mv son, that our icoiku") Chriat'iUi t\ 'much given to wor] show nud grandeur, and h.i ■ il*i irtivl fhthi'tlii simple ways of .tho fat'-'i-rc. i appreciate your grief ovo»" :,!. I his. Yo.i ai not alone in your sorrow! You nrri no] the hrst man, my son, I al 1-ftod ii| his voice and wail "Why was nol this ointment sod for throe bu idrcd pence and given tn the poor?" Conn.'. mv son. let us reform tliin,,d. Let us sell all the churches and give all the money to the poor. Let us bury our dead in unmarked ditches by the roadside and send the cost of a Christian burial to the heathen. Let us paint our...

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A COLONY OF EXILES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A COLONY OF EXILES. B»mijr Point, the ChlllHn l'enal St»tinn-lt« Location, Snrroandings and Resources. Bandy Point is a Chilian penal station, and a large portion of the inhabitants are exiles. When wo were there the war wa* still going on between Chili and Peru, and among the prisoners were two Americans, who had been captured in an attempt to blow up the Huascar with torpedoes. They came very near being executed, but were finally exiled. The Governor himself was in a state of semi-exile, and found life much more agreeable in Sandy Point than he would have done in Valparaiso. Gold was discovered several years ago in the mountains about two miles from the village, and a quantity - taken out by panning, but at that time there was no excitement about it. I ■aw considerable in the form of grains and small nuggets, the largest of which was about the size of an English walnut, and had been made into a watch charm. It was thought that some of ihe mines would prove to bo very productive, i...

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A CAMPAIGN SECRET GIVEN AWAY [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A CAMPAIGN SECRET GIVEN AWAY In the campaign of 1884 the two candidates for Governor in a "pivotal" Western state arrainged for a series of joint discussions. Both men ware popular, both of line appearance, and were so well matched in mental force and ;ih orators that tlie contest between them promised to be a magnificent one. For several weeks the scales balanced evenly. 15ut one day the brilliant Republican candidate came up ailing. lie seemed overcome and spoko laboredly. The next day be was even less effective. Later lie was compelled to ask his opponent tor a postponement of certain appointments, which was granted. Before the campaign ended he bad abandoned the tield altogether. Meantime the Democratic candidate continued his canvass, seeming to grow stronger, cheerier and more effective with each succeeding week. He was elected. One evening in December, while entertaining several gentlemen, he said: " I will tell you a campaign secret— which gave me the election. With the open...

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HE TRIED HIS LUCK ONCE MORE [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

HE TRIED HIS LUCK ONCE MORE Anil V* on Fifteen Thousand Dollars in tho Louisiana Lottery. "Great Beottl is that so?" The speaker, who was a clerk in a Montgomery street wine-house, leaned over the counter and stared at the visitor, his eyes bulging out so far that they might easily have been knocked otf with a cane. "I'erhaps it is so and perhaps it is not so. That is what 1 have come here to ascertain," was the reply. "Where is Mr. Eckonrotb?" "He'll be in in a moment, and he'll tell you if it's true; but I think there must be some mistake; here he comes now," added the clerk as a handsome young man with dark side-whiskera, a cheerful face and a beaming eye entered the office. "Allow me to congratulate you, Mr. Eckenroth," was the visitor's greeting. "Dropped in to she if it was true, as I hear it whispered that you've won the big prize in The Louisiana .State Lottery." "Sh-h-h, I hare been trying to keep it quiet," said the lucky man with a smile. "Have hardly breathed a word abou...

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RAINBOW-HUED COFFINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

RAINBOW-HUED COFFINS. A Singular Custom in the Down Must s: nf i-—Oncer GoloFAi While riding with a friend through a town In Lincoln County BOi long ago, we came upon a small shop curiously decorated with waves ol paint of different colors. Tho frout lookod as though tho occupant of the shop, whenever he wished to lest a newly mixed color, dipp d his brush into it and then wiped the brush on tho outside of the building. In this way or some other he had produced a rude rainbow, the hues dissolving into each other where one brushful of paint encroached upon the margin of its predecessor. ' "That is an undertaker's shop," said my friend, "and those are the colors in which he paints his coftins. He s>>'a3hes those samples on the outside ' the building in order that he may see how they look himself, and also that the friends of the departed may pick out the color they want." "What!" "Yes. Nearly all the people in this town who have died during the past ton yean have...

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A GREAT POINT GAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A GREAT POINT GAINED. Why tho French Dresi Well—First SelectIng a Pattern anil Then Bujlns the Goods. The French woman is acknowledged to have learued the secret of drawing well beyond all of other nationalities. Isolated cases, exceptions to the rule, prove the statement. Some American women are these isolated eases, not all. Foreigners say that Americans are among the most captivating, and often the best dressed women they meet, but this comes of conglomerate circumstances for which the women as a nation should take little credit. We. are not yet the best dressed women in the world. But we are on tho road to that distinction. We have learned the .-,«- --cret of being "bien chassc, bicn ganlc." That is one great point gained. Another rule we are learning slowly, to preserve the street costume plain, the carriage or visiting toilet elaborate, and all effulgence, so to speak, of costume for the ball' or toilota of high ceremony. These miss are being adhered to more and moro with us, ...

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Deceived. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

Deceived. The Kord, of Brussels, says with regard to tho speculations of some French journals on the consequences of the demise of tho Crown in Germany: "We can affirm that those who are pleased to beljevo that tho accession of a new sovereign in Germany would be tho signal for a rupture between Germany and Russia lead themselves to tho gravest dooeption. Tho understanding established betw tho two "States reposes not merely on individual sympathies or im^sinj; inclinations; it has for a basis the identity of common interests. These are the monarchies whose combinod efforts alone can oppose an efllOaoioul barrier to tho over-rising Hood of revolution." ' — George McDonald, tho novelist, Is editing a new edition of Shakspearc. If there is any one thing that this world wants moro than another it is a now edition of Shakespeare.-*^ ■" '

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A NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A NARROW ESCAPE FROM DEATH. One of tli.' largest homes in the artistic porcelain and (flail business of New York is that of Davis Uollamore & Co. Their head salesman la .Mi. Alonzo Clark, a gentleman of about forty jri nts of age. Not long sinoe they Cams noar losing him by death. But ho is a sin at his important post, and in a very fair state ol hr-ili h. To one who recently c.illed on Mr. Clark, to enquiro about h's recovery, ho said: About a year and a half ago I caught a severe cold. My lungt became inflamed and mil wlwlc tytttm was prostrated. Boon 1 shoiocd all ti.< tympt of cmtsumption. I vat entirely disuhled. I was in the cure of one of tlio -»t known physioians in the city and one of the most expensive ones. But physicians could do little or nothing for m". The nearest they oatne to finding out what was the matter with me mi when they advised me if I had any business "Ifiirs to settle, to see übout it m early as pottiblt, us I could vot last long. "A...

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THE POOR LITTLE ONES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

THE POOR LITTLE ONES. Wo often see children with reel eruptions on faco Mid iiiiinlH, rouxh, scaly hlciii, and ofteu ■ore;on the heiv.l. These thingu indicate a i!o---paved condition of the blood. In the prowing period, cliililren have need of pure hlood by which to build up strong and healthy bod-i-is. . If Dr. Tierce's "Golden Medical Discovery' is given, the blond ig purged of itH bad slementli and the child's development will i<e health}', and aa it should be. Eraofol 111 affections, ricketi, fever-sores, hip-joint disease or otlier grave maladies ami sutlerlng uro Hure to result from neglect and lack of proper atteution to such cases. Ores five and a half inches of rain foil dura Storm at Hartford, Conn., on Monday.

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THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS Ih comprised in OM very simple piece of advisa, iinprovo ili^-estiou. No elaborate KYstim of dletsUus la Deeded. If you lack vigor, noe systematically that pleasant promoter ol it, Uostetter'i Blomwh Bltt'sra. If you take this hint, and do not comuiit any cxci.'.ssea, there in no re:i.-,,ii why you sho\ild not gala in strength, appetite and weight Hiwtt of whilom invalids are to day building a foundation for yearn of vigorous health with tliin snunil and thorough renovator of a dilapidated physique and failing energy. Dyspepsia la eradicated by it, ana the constitution fortified against disorders to which, if it were aspoai d. it iiiust surely suooumb—notably malarial fi'vi-i. Baaumatlam, inactivity of the kidneys and bladder, nervousness, and their various symptoms, disappear when it is used with perBitenoy, not abandoned after a brief and irri'irular trial. A new Hleam launch for the Brooklyn Polico Department is to be built; price, S'.'.ouJ. For Throat...

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A GOOD BUREAU [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A GOOD BUREAU May be purchased for tho low sum of 18 at the warerooms of the California Furniture Company, Xos. 220 to 298 l.iish otreot, Sail Francisco. The newspapers and their outfits in the l Ttilted State.) are valm-d at S'.lii,sUo,s(i().

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A LOVELY COMPLEXION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A LOVELY COMPLEXION. "What a lovely complexion," wo often hear poramiM sa]T. "IWOOMI what sli« ilooa fir it?" In every Oatsj thn purity and real lovrliin>s uf tin" oompleslon ilepcmls apon the blood. Those irho have sallow, blotchy faces may snake thriv skin mnooth and healtnv by taking I'noiuh ol Dr. Pieroa's "Ctolden Medfiml Discovery' to drivo out tho hUBUkTS lurking in tbo syHtem. < 'Wnioiit is tho county in which Gen. Qrafit was born; Clareiiintit is his tomb. CATARRH—A N'qw TlSSlllllllll lias tiecn discovered wherehy a pMinadetit ours iscffsctsd in from on« to three aj.ilicatiiiiis. Ptrtteuian and treatise free on receipt of stamp. A. 11. luxon &, Son, 805 Kinu strict VSSt, Toronto, Can.

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AN INTERESTING SIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

AN INTERESTING SIGHT. Ono of the interesting sights, and at the same time instructive, U to visit the c^talilisii■neut of tin) California Vurniture Company, ■_'•.'(• to 22(5 Bußh Btroet, Baa Francisco, and nute the v.iriunH kinds of marblo UHeil by this famous hmiso in the manufacturing of furniture. Try Germea for Hre«kf;u<t.

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A CHEMICAL WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A CHEMICAL WONDER. Among tbo great discoveries of modern ehfiiiirttry few arc of more lval benefit to humanity than that of the Hand Grenade Fire Extinguisher. These are simply pint bottles of blue glass filled with chemicals, which, when thrown into fire, will instantly extinguish a large amount of flame. If everybody would keep a few of these on hand to be ready in an emergency, a large proportion of destructive and fatal fires might be avoided. The chemicals are perfectly harmless, and will keep for years in any climate. Farmers and ranchmen all over the East are buying them in large quantities, and they aie rapidly coming into general use. Descriptive circulars will be sent free to any address by 11. H. Gross & Co., 003 Market street, San Francisco. —-e-o-*- ■ TVhen Baby vrsm sick, vro gave lier CASTORIA, When she was a Child, she cried for CASTORIA, ■When she became litaa, sho clans to CASTORIA, li'.u ehe had Children, she gave them ASTO&LA » »-»- New Yo...

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