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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
DR. WM, JENNINQSON, slolan, SAUSALITO, OAL. SAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. Agents lor all the San Francisco Dailies, AND General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery and General Supplies of Unit description. Ml ore In rvetoMcp Iliillilinff. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. ~~ J. "LOR lAW KEEMA FiitriT ' LAM Saloon and Recreation Rooms, - -BIST 01 Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS Ami other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, ■ SAUSALITO - - - - CAL. TpTgTn c cc BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - • ■ Gal..A LARGE VAUIETY OK ■PLIVDID. . Whitehall, Fishing and HrvnM. Boats. The largo ami comfortable l'hinner, MERMAID with mi experienced Fishormantiii ohargp. can be "..gagod '■ i i i take parties '" the FishiiiK (iruuiKls. lUhment in the vioinity ol San l-r.im 1.1... A large assortment of Fishing Polos, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bull Etc.. Etc., CoiiHtnntly on band. TERMS MODERATE. A CHAS. POBBBST, Proprietor. ■ A. LAWREN...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
WAS &amp; SILVA, DFALKRSI-— I Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, A-iid Cigars. il^aF" We can compete with city linns in price* and quality of good*. DIAS &amp; SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, NauHiiiito - - "ill. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc., Furnished r.i Iteauonablo Kate*. Express Run to all points in Sausalito Dealer in Wood and Goal. WATER ST., SAUSALITO. GEO. SMITH - -Prop. John Br ode rick, ....DEAI-KH 1N.... General Merchandise. COMPLETE LINE OF Family Groceries, Wines. Liquors and Cigars always | on hand. FAMILIES SUPPLIED "WITH PUBS ' MILE. o John Bkodemck, Caledonia and Tnrney Sis., S.M MJiTrO - * ALTAMALPAIS STABLE. Teams, Saddle Horses, Etc., Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. WikiniiWl *!• OARRYALLB. V* ». Oder nun itl racilltles to Picnic Farllu. Our Stock I. e,|UHI to HI In th. «'•!■' Gife v. .0.11. MANBEBO &amp; CORDOZA, Proprietors, AUJOINIVrt RAILBOAD WHARF. »AI'HAI.ITO *'Al'' BELLRITDB'S Stable. TURNOUTS OF Every Descri...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
We announce in this issue the change of ownership of the News, the editor having become proprietor on Wednesday. We firmly believe that in purchasing the paper, even though on the verge of a prospective blue winter, that we have not done unwisely. We have unbounded confidence in the growth and prosperity of Sausalito, and in the public spirit of her people, to see that a plucky little paper can live through a winter. We are not here as carpet baggers on a speculation of buying the paper to sell for profit at the first opportunity. With such motives the duty of a journal to its patrons and its locality is neglected. We are here as one of the community, as a factor in the growth and prosperity of our town, fully realizing that to that growth and prosperity which we shall do our utmost to advance will be due our own success, and that to fair and impartial treatment of all matters of private or public concern we may hope to retain and increase the good will and patronage of our communit...
LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
LITERARY. _ POETRY ELEVATING AND PURIFYING. now the roKT i:i:vi:.\t.s the inki:AI.ITY OK A("'IAI. I.IFK. [Wiitlin for tin' Poetry is a record bequeathed to plenty by the greatest minds of | any age, of their struggles after jt.uth and a reality belonging to an age in r.Uwince of them. By this comprehensive definition, Demosthenes m well as Homer, Galileo and Copernicus as well as Dante, Newton and Bacon as well as Milton. Webster and Pitt as well as Shel'ey, must jnstly be regarded as post?. Poetry must not be limited in its application to language arranged in metrical lines, hut must be made to include all expressions of iv lined and pathetic sentiment and noble ideals, and it is safe to assert that MORH TKUK I'oitky May be found in the utterances of philosopher*, orators and nove'sta than is afforded by all tiie so-culled p-jcts of history. Plato, whote philosophy, appreciated only by generations thousands of years from : its birth, that never shone on any theme without, leaving i...
Modern nnd Ancient Doctrines. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
Modern nnd Ancient Doctrines. "Well, what next, I wonder?" exclaimed Mrs. Goodington, looking up from her evening paper. " What with boy poachers and Sancho nnd Moody derangelists and salivation armies, things is coming to a pretty pass. Daniel and I sat under Parson Jones for nigh onto thirty years, and we never thought of asking for anything better. The Parson used to give us the true doctoring without any ifs or amis, and he made as many convicts as any oi these new-fangled folks ever did or ever will, I'm thinking." And the old lad} glared at the paper with a look of severity on her dear old honest countenance that ill became it.— Boston Transcript.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
THE Sausalito- Land AND FERRY CO. NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in Building Lots. BLOCK AND.... Acre l 3aicels, .... AND 1T8.... Water Front LOTS, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Kailroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles—o* the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit ni quick traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from vvMrf to wharf. the.. . - W A. T E nAND LANDSCAPE VIEWS A It E UNEQUALEI) BY ANY Around Snn Francisca. 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, Boom 9, No. 419 California Street, San Francisco, or on turd ays and thursdays, THE COMPANY'S OFFICE IN FRONT OF THE COMPANY'S WHARF, AT BAUBALITO. ROBERT GE...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
EL MONTE. ~ «ES lossto" Hotel! UmM BiWii^WMßii j^ try * ' It JKrl II ti i« f • V t'j/9-jPtVHsI iftMajMBWiKL HKuKSfiiKr -*^—•-~ ~^r I*-T*T*^l'rT^i~ ISi ■fj - |- t"F It^iSa wmßbK^it i'" ■['■'■'t&amp;'bH'l em ~JLm t 'i ■ '^B [IT!?-'""' ' j^JMfnMfS^B SAXJSALITO^MAKIN C0.,0AL., J THE UsTIE^IR/lEST C OTHSTT^TT RESORT FOR FAMILIES OUTSIDE OF SAN FRANCISCO. i tng, Fishing, Sea Bathing, shady Groves ' AND m-jmmßUh drives. ———■— ~ Extensive Improved Grounds. :.... CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : W Table First-Class, / I) R63°*HoM open Summer nnrl Winter.^g^j Rates $2.00 to 12.60 per day; $10 to US pit week. Special rates to Families. N. 13. — Commutation tickets 83 per month.' J. E. SI^IINTICTiIY, I'ROPItIETOR. HI HOTEL JH AND REST A.XJ 11 -A. IST T ! WATER St., BAUSALITO, Board and Lodging Ity the day, week or month, at MODERATE TebMS. Meals: Furnished at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. lEARRY no irsa jr, - Proi: A. R. SILVA'S ~ RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jk aSk...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
TAMALPAIB HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cat.. I BOARD and LODGING ..By THE. . DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Hates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors .and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, Proprietors. WILD WOOD GLEN ! I2OTEL JTfD P161J16 GROUNDS! This Picturesque snot has been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquors. Thcro is no mow churning resort within fifty miles of San FraueUco. EDWARD BTJ.ML, Pram BAUSALITO, Q . Cal. I OYSTER 'GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. Genersl Reataurant business Conducts . Special facllllticß for tourists. Bar furnlsrh with the bett liquors In the State. Kea porche» and lunch arbora coßntriictf(i over the bay affording « B maKnincient water view. Water St. - ;:. Xausalito I ANDRE W NICHOLAS, I'Rov
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedle^ -DEALER IN i GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries, Crockery, Dry Goods Hardware TINW RE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO and CIGARS. tyQooM Dklivkukj) TO Ai.r. PARTS of Bausalito rant OK CIIAUUK. I have a new, carefully HelecteJ. and complete line of general merchandise nnd am selling a city rates. The public patronage '■' reepcctfully h II )1« Stork, Water St., Sausalito. F. FIE It, Prop. • ■■; SCHNELL'S SALOON! yyfcjU) THE BEST OF (|gj Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting. Room ATTACHED. WAT E II STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIIXELL, - Prop GEO.V. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with promptness and satisfaction guaranteed. || Horshoeing a Specialty. Agricultural Machinery of all kinds repaired on short notice. SHOP, WATER St., Sausalito. —. • THE SEASIDE EESO ET! FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS. WINES, LIQDORS~AND CIGARS. iSE^&amp;i HAVING RE-ESTABLISHED M* HygsWJbniiltifMi in SanMllto 1 reipwtfnliJ &g...
N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
N. P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for SausAlitott Sen Rafael WEEK DAYS. HUNDAYh. ■ .10 ii lv It '.''l ]&gt; in H.OO «in :I.'."&gt; 1&gt; i" •.twain #.W ]' in I'l-'1" * I" &gt;■"' I' '" llilK) a m (i.-U li in 11,10 iv in ii..H) |j m i ,:ib ii in I Extra trip on tat unit !'■ ut 1.30 P .v. From San Rafael for Sausalito 2 St.i Francisco WEEK DAT*. fiI'N'KAVS. 15.15 am I*ll at) n m *8.03 am "J. 20 piu •7.45 am !*HW p m :i'l".lil am I"&gt; ■ pill *'» "'0 m ** 40 p iii *i.'.ni) 111 : &lt;:,.(ii |!ni I *l ..« ii in »E«tr» trip I'll Fntnrriu.i ■ ut I.Mr.M, Trains ninrkrul tlms (••) start Ii 111 Nun (Jlieiltin From Fausolito for San roncisco. WEEKDAYS. J SON DAYS. (•..IS in i 12.05 i) hi !' 8.10»iu 4l!opm HIS ■in t.ltl |i 111 ;: 10. IS it ill 5.80 |im 10.U0 am 5.*) |&gt; in I I'J.H* l"v 7.l3pin | ; i IS pin Extra tr:pn on Bntnril:iy» nt 2JHI «li'l 7.00 p.m. Ttir.ou; ii Tl AIJB. 8.10 inn «n.l 4.03 ...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS, Boat I.vh 8. F. 7 45 h in, Train Lri S. 11. CM a m ■&gt; •■ •• "1.15 a 111' flj.Omii. .. .• .• 1 ,00 111 " " " l».:ifl I 1" I • i ■• ii .i.;;o yin " '• " I.*o pin •i .•&gt; " 5.11 Up m ■• " " •'&gt;. in 1&gt; m ■1 &lt;.. " 0.11) p 111 " 'I " ■''•"■' 1' la SUNDAYS ONLY. Uout lv» 8. F. 8,00 a m Truin lvg 8. 11. 8.10 am ! • ■ '• M u.illl |, m H. 41) a 111 .. •' .. ii n.oii „in " " " U.ll I 1 in i. ii ■■ i,:io pm, " " " :i ;l(l pin i ■i , •■ ■• r.oo p in| " " " IS.HO pin !
LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
LOCAL NEWS. Informailon of any occurrences of local general interest will be thankfully received from any portion of the county, communications for publication will always recieve proper consideration if accompanied with the name of the: writer. Births, marriages, and deaths, with name and dates, properly specified, will be published without charge, if sent to us from any part of the county. Plans are out for the new ferry slip to be constructed here at an early date. Mr. J. C. Small who has been to his house several weeks, is now convalescing. It is not considered very good taste to talk about the weather but, "its awful hot." Some of our leading citizens are honestly thinking of establishing a bank in Sausalito before long. Subscribe for the Sausalito News, the live paper of the county. No objections to paying in advance. Jumbo ate daily a barrel of potatoes, a bushel of onions and 400 pounds of hay. This is not the "Jumbo" of Company D." All the arrangements for the A. O. U. W. g...
IRES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
FIRES. At about 3 o'clock last Friday morning, Captain Emmet Gray of the U. S. Coast Survey Tidal Station, was awakened by the fumes of smoke. He hurried to the kitchen and found that it was all ablaze. Finding it useles to try and put out the fire, he saved what few articles he had time to and then turned his attention to keep the fire from spreading to the grass and government reservations. He worked on alone for about two hours before the fire had burned out. On account of the isolation of the place and time of night no one saw the fire, and Mr, Gray deserves much credit for his exertions to save the government property, while his own was being destroyed. His house was burned to ashes with nearly all its furniture, and the loss over the insurance is over $450. Besides this, there was $80 in greenbacks destroyed, which in his excitement Mr. Gray had forgotten to save. About noon last Tuesday, the brush on the foothills of Mount Tamalpais, back of Mr. Kent's deer park, was seen to ...
SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 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 always be accompanied by the name of the writer. The social event of the season for Marin County, the brilliant military ball, came off last Friday night, in Gordon's Opera House, San Rafael, and, as was expected, proved a most successful affair in every way. The hall was crowded with participants and spectators of the merry Marin militia, and Company "D" showed that it could be equally gallant in the ball-room or battle-field. The hall was tastefully draped in a profusion of flags, and beautiful large evergreen wreaths encircling the letter name of the different companies of the "Dandy Fifth"' were arranged around the walls, and from the center of the hall ceiling to half way down the walls large streamers were festooned, giving the idea of a canopy. The chandeliers were gracefully trimmed, and ...
A ttlvttl I<> li.i' l'oiwnltp. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
A ttlvttl I&lt;&gt; li.i' l'oiwnltp. Another valley muling Hie I'oscmlt* in beauty and s:iii'.ni(!v of iccnory lift* lieon dinclo k&gt;d to tlm [mltlio by the San FranciHCO Chronicle, It lias t!:i) yon niij&gt;octi&lt;-iil nnmooll Ilptch-llctcliy, ami is nitnateti mi the Toulunino river find only si-:t 'I'M iniloj liorth of tin I'onomite- Tlio \.iHry is about foul iniloH in length, n'ld rarun In widti' tram l-"&gt;() ,v,i -I i la tlie contev to about It i;f a mil'p railway of pitlior end. It i» mnell s:.;.il !:'V fill! l'o«! il; to. and, "11 like that ■.;!!. ■■-. if* nttrtvetions are «&lt;• i grouped lii.it v !.irly nil may bo scou iii j one panorama. The tn.i]OMtiu el'iw of Lin ui]icr val ! li'y live t'.ic hi/i'io,t, yet lu*.i roiuai'kablt' tlmn t'c.sc cf. iilio lower. tiding uiovi sin&gt;it!ii'. r and I' 1 ■■■■&gt; Jioi'uliaj ii »!i;i])c I The lii(;li&lt;'*l lias lii'i'i; 11in! tli«i"(in &gt;ii...
Buying !!<>i>ts. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
Buying !!&lt;&gt;i&gt;ts. In the last few *&lt;•'*• of flio war, r. Confederate, lenring under Ltw, wrote homo to his father that bo was almost bnrffootod, find I'omplotoljf discouraged, An booh Bl tli« "II man received tin- let ter lie uiunntid his mnleaod But off lift gull"]', bat v-&gt;, loon halted by an ucquaiutauce, who culled out: "Hollo! Las ILore becu another -B ''Not US I've honrd of, but I've got ii letter from Cvnm." " What does I'.vrus my ?"' " lU.'a out o' butas un 1 clean discourBg«L" ■•Anil whore ye going? ••Down to Ai)ii»:r Smith's to bnrrj 1700,00 to bund to Cyrus to get a cheap pair o 1 hlioc^, nn.l we're goinj; to write him a long lc't&lt;T Rod »cnil him a box &lt;&gt;' pills and till him to hang on to the last; for, ii Cyrus gti'ta low-spirittKl and befin's to let go, the infernal Yanks will !&gt;■ riding over us nforo wo kin back a nau'&lt;: outer the barn." " Tliat'd m— that's bo! ...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
YACHTING. The Genesta goes home next week. Mr. Geo. Billings and wife and some lady friends are spending a few days on board the yacht Ripple. The Lolita has closed the season with her trip up to Stockton, and to-morrow she goes into winter quarters on the Suisun march. In about a month the yaching season will be practically over, and the hunters will then be on the lookout for the crafts for use up the river. The Halcyon will probably take up her winter quarters at Antiocb. The Chiquita now acts as "convoy" to the Oakland mosquito fleet when they venture into the deep waters of the bay and make a voyage to Goat Island. A bad leak has been found and stopped in the Idle Hour. The victory of the American centerboard sloop over the English keel cutter is still the absorbing topic among the yachtsmen.
[Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
l\n\ Jn;anpsf RaMcs nrc IfeleOßK*. One curious custom in vogue is the exhibition of a fish on every . hous&lt;&gt; v. hero a boy has boon born to the family during tho your. This showing Is made during tho mor.tli of May, and on tho sth of that month there is a high festival held; tho relatives and friends of the family making It the occasion of presenting gifts and toys suitable for" hoys, as well m giving clothing fitting for tho little chap. All s"its oil child's gear is to bo Been on exhibition at this time, and no boy is neglected. The boy is tlte pride of the household, the parents testifying their joy in feasting all comers who honor them by their remembrances. The girl babies arc not forgotten, but they nr'e accorded another day and a separate festival time, this being the third day of the third month— the 8d of March. Then, instead of the fish floating us a symbol, the doll is tO be Been in iibundiUice, and all tho toys known to the girl world are lavishly d...