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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
POSTAL. Mil* Close. : Mni Is Arrive For San Fran- ) B.(HUM I If in Dm r'rnli- | 8.20 am C | BCO ( 11.55 am I tl»CO &gt;1140 am ) 5.15 l-M I i i JO I'M SUNDAYS — Clan* at ' •'ll a. &gt;(.. for San FrahHfico Arrives nt I 4" a. m. from " ADVEHTISEIi LETTERS. . Mat of unclaimed letter* remnlnln^ In the Pout, iifflan «t Bau &amp;i to, Marin comity, Cnllfonila St'pl. I, isnf.: To obtain any of Mi.hr letter! the applirnntmuitt fall fur ■'advert laid lift &gt;»" giving date when published. If not called for wlihtu otic mouth, tin will bu Bent to the l»i« I Letter Office. Mrs In a Eaton, ■!«"' do *'"-» da Silva, Mi-K Kitlie T MtOjnncn.f C Phlllpa, J. UN .- I-HSKI.I. P. M.
CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
CHRIST CHURCH. lii:v. Mitt W llKKli, IiKCTOR. SUNDAYS—HoIy Communion, "80 a.m. r'irxt Bundny in tin' Month. 11 A. M. BfrtHug I'rMr-r, IP.*. Sunday Bcbrml 'J:4IA.M, WEEK DAYS--Hi.ly Communion, in A. M. Illt lav«— l.itllllV, HI A. M. _. . . ••Tin- Women* Auxiliary," ■» &lt;»nIM for Church Work meets every Tut winy in It. ('.nrn'H office it 4v m. Any Indies willing to bain In Church Work are cordially ii.viti .1 lo attmd. The Yi)iin_' Oirln (iililil hum at »ho »»nio plarp every Tlmiwli y altertioou at 4 o'clock. The Hector limy beset n nl the Htitory on Monday tTrnlogi.ur at the Cliurvh after any of the mttKM
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. GRAND .- ■ ip !Sj Is? $ Tel TD ATT* -fe^ H BALL Jj TO UK (iIVEN lI V Sausalito Lodge. No. 20 r r ) Aril „. S. F. V. Clubhouse, Sausalito, on . Saturday Ev'iKj^Oct, 17, GRAND MA II AT 9 O'CLOCK. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENT*; Jumis Watson, Cnu O'U try. J. ThomasJ. 11. lluinty. RECEPTION COMMITTEE.J. E. Slink, v, Edward Btahl, I, Drodcrlck. FLOOR MANAGER - - JAMES WATSON. TICKETS 60 In, SUPI'F.R SO ctn. FOR S-A-LIE, GOOn SKIFF IN FWBT-CI.ABS ORDER IS Offered &lt;°male »t reasonable timid. Al&gt;)ly to CAPI. T. STEVENS, SrtwAkD 8. F. Y.C. H.J. CRTJMPTON, M. D., Physician and Surgeon, A V LI TO. Residence, Caft Harrison's Place (Hazel Mount.) HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT PKIVATK BALK. A LI. THE EFFECT* OF A WKt.r,.FI.'RNI.VHEI&gt; Cottage and kino aome poultry. MRS. JOHN KICUAKD.H. Ilamlin Cottage. Mrs. M. Garcia Woods. l/XPKKIKNCEI) MIDWIFE ANNOUNCES THAT Jjj hh««iH give cartful attJUtion to any tune glvtru htr. Residence OUedcnia Ay. SuuMlit".
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
DIED. WINTER— In Sausalito, Sunday, September 27, William Winter, age 56 years. MISCELLANEOUS. BUSINESS CHANCE! MR 010 ft COItDOZO of the firm of UlßMbo* (.'oi'ilu/.u ijr. prli tore of the popular TAMALPAIS STAB! E At tliil'iny Inmlnn. iff.rs fol Hale lila OUt-half liiteipst 111 tlir bu~inrt&lt;H, For tint' uaitleuUrg Inquire at tin' ttobli OEO. s. CORDOZO. ICHI BAN BAKERY, Ice ('■■&lt;•»■» mid Coffee I'm lor. lee Cream, confectionery i oaken, Etc. A OOMrtETE STOCK OF CIIOICK HHOMII AND PLAIN CANIJIKS. Families supplied with Bread vie, at reiiKuimblu terms. ..orPOHITK.. VER R V WII A It V, Clemens Wiebe, - - Pbopbibtob. i WILLIAMS &amp; CO Wholennlo Manufacturers and Donlers in FINE HOME MADS CIGARS. Mabin County Trade Supplied With 'ill Required Grades. Encourage Homo Industry and White Labor. Factory and Salesroom, C Street, near FOURTH, San Uafakl. Colman &amp; Franklin. LONDON AM) MEW YORK Clothing Company ! Men's Boys, and Children's 'vV.;I. . CL...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
W.VTr.U ft AI If..••■——.*''"'. '''•/, ...I — — ' '—i NOTICE! Water Rates ...AND... Conditions .. ..OF THE.... -v SA.TJSA.L I T O Land and Ferry co:m::f-A.~n"y. OFFICE OF tnK 8 A D BALI l' &lt;&gt; LAND and FERRY COM: .V,&gt;. 11!) California St, It ■■■ 9. San Francisco, Jan. 2fi, 18S3 NOTICK AS TO WATER ItATKS AND COSMTIOJ : * rpilK BAUSALITO LAND AND VV.x'.. -L rjf Company b«« li• ■ rlglil la cfaifii mill tttrl ill tin' privileges of n \Vat&lt; r Com* puny Miiilrr tin 1 following pl.iiifch of fl&gt;( Articles of Incorporation, rclHtlno lo (b ■&gt; "objeetH iiml pill po»ip« for which tniil company is formed." vi/ : ■'Buildiug flniin t, dan i, nqnctTncts reservoirs mill other Btrnctnrei oppYopri ita to the Hiipply and ili-li Ifa ill at water." "Of collecting, dUiributing nude-e 1 f ii* r^ water." Tin' ('iimi'iiiiy linn lately npplteri ti tliBoard of Bnpcr«inor« ol Mai a couuty (■&gt; Ax Mini (ilnbltiih monthly rnti i for wnti -V...
COLLIERY BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
COLLIERY BOYS. Hani; Young l.«'!•&lt; :l-i ■■l«»** i!il&lt;l Slate-Pickers. Those who have at any time visited any of the mines or coal-breakers of the anthracite regions of Pennsylvania could not fail to be forcibly Impressed by the large number of boys, many of them of a very tender age, employed in the collieries as drivers of mules and door-tender*, and in the screen-room as slate-pickers. Many of those? little men, who, with their grimy faces and hardened hands, look like a strange rare of human being* are under the age of twelve, but they perform a most Important task in tne great work of preparing the dusky anthracite for the market. In the mines M mule drivers these hardy lads arc invaluable. They ■ sing and whistle and laugh and play amid their gloomy surroundings, and they can manage the erratic mule better "than most men. They drive the loaded cars from the working chambers to the foot of the shaft up which the coal is hoisted to the tower of the breaker, ...
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. —General Frans Slge] has been aiipointed to a position in the offloe of the County Clerk of New York, where lie will enjoy a salary of three thousand live hundred a year. —Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Drake, recently married, have settled in Ness County, Kan. The bride is forty inches high and weighs sixty pounds and the groom is forty-font inches high and weighs seventy-five pounds. —Colonel George 1.. Perkins, of .Nor-; wich. Conn., now nearly ninety-eight years of age, has been Treasurer of the Norwich ■ Worcester Railroad since 1838, and still attends to all the business details of his position. — Hartford Courant. —The London Jewith Chronicle says: "The elevation of Sir Nathaniel Rotnschild to the peerage sheds luster upon the entire Jewish community. The oreatlon of the first Jewish Peer is one of the most significant acts of Mr. Gladstone." —Rev. Dr. o. H. Tiffany, Grant's old pastor, says that in Washington the General attended his church, because it was near ...
A LITTLE BIT OF PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
A LITTLE BIT OF PARIS. (From our S;m Francisco Correspondent.) It is not by any means to early to apportion our Christmas funds and enter into a solemn debate with ourselves on the respective merits of the useful or the ornamental in the way of gifts—of flower vases or mantel clocks—of tableware or toilet appurtenances—of jewelry- or bric-a-brac. And often, while considering tins momentous subject, ir vases in- mantel clocks— of tableiiv toilet appurtenances— of jewor bric-a-brac. And often, while devinn this momentous subject, have we heard the remark, "oh, if we were in Now York or London or Paris, wo could easily decide, for there, one finds everything." But do you know that here on this far Western ('oast, your San Francisco Correspondent has discovered an establishment that Is like a little bit of Paris set down in our midst, where, if you cannot be suited, you would be hard to suit indeed. For here, there is such an immense assortment of the useful and the beautiful, that, whe...
”A LITTLE NONSENSE.“ [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
”A LITTLE NONSENSE.“ —'Twas a poor little yellow banana peel, and the young mail ground it beneath his heel; 'twas a brick in the. sidewalk, hard and red, and the young man ground it beneath his head.— Chicago Tribune. —A Western critic speaks of a certain singer as having a.voice "as sweet as a seventeen-year locust's." But m a linger the locust gives the most satisfaction. it only appears once in seventeen years.— Sorristown Herald. —Do it again: There vrn9 ■ young lady in Lynn Who suiil Hlio thought Killing a s.vnn; Hut when hop new beAU Tried to set- if 'twas sciui. She laid, "Oh, |ilcu*&lt; &lt;lo ii iiffynn." — Lynn Union, Young Miss Boston to Harvard oarsman: "I suppose you have read George Eliot's' Mill on" the Floss' ?" 11. O. (suddenly Interested) •Well, now, it.- funny 1 never heard of it, and I read all the sporting papers, too. Was George knocked out?" — N. Y. raid. —Mississippians arc sometimes philosophical, A Vieksburg man chopped oil' one of l.is sma...
FOREIGN GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
FOREIGN GOSSIP. —The temples in Dahomey are almost entirely built of human skulls. —Chili pays a bounty of five dollars a head for the scalps of condors, but the birds nre so sly that it does not pay to hunt them. —A rock altar, witli steps bnttcred and weatherworn, has recently been discovered near Zorah, the home of Manoah, the father of Samson. — The pavilion of Henry IV., at St. (icrmain, has been turned into a restaurant, and people dine in the very room in which Louis XIV. was born. —The littlo town of Battenberg, from which the husband of Princess Beatrice and his brothers derive their title, has been part of the Prussian territory nearly nineteen years. —An invention which will be of great service has just been patented by Mr. (rammond. of Belfast. It shields the wheels of train cars so as to prevent the possibility of injury to any person from falling between them. t-j,."..,,.!, simni,, jf fulfills the puipose. — Including women and children whose livelihood depends upon th...
Poetry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
Poetry. "They tell me you're quite .a lover of poetry, GusherP" "Ye-: 1 love poetry a- the eagle does the sunlight" "What is your definition of poetry." "Poetry, my dear fellow, is the sublime in nature; the beautiful in thought" •1 cc the spring bonnet of common speech and all that sort of thing." "livery man who loves the Beautiful ha- something of the poet in him and teell at times a strange yearning to— " "Plow the air and lift himself by the boot-straps. Yes; I often got that way myself. (!o on.' '•Poetry is the perfume of life: the fragrance of love; the blossom of all g ■" I " ■•And the distraction of even newspaper man." '•It tills the soul with windows, wings the feet, makes mountains speak and oloutU commune together "Hut it ein't pa}' the rent or put buttons on a shirt "Perhapi not. but it can till a cabin with the music of Heaven ■•Hut it can't put a pie in a poor man- pantry." "There's no use in wasting eloquence on you, bid man. You have no poetry about you." "May he n...
POCKET ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
POCKET ELEPHANTS. A Collection or Plipiilon—Horses as Large nit Foxes, KtO. "How is that for an elephant?" said an artist, taking a green cloth from a clay model of an elephant about twelve I Inches in length. "Yes, it is small."' ho continued, "but that's just the great point in its favor. See this bone." he continued, taking up a small object from a table— "the real bone of the elephant lam making a model of. It was the famous recently discovered pigmy elephant of Europe. Some months ago a party of French geologists, rambling through Italy, came upon great quantities of these bones, and soon Identified them as those of a race of elephants that were pocket editions, so to speak. The largest were not as large as our sheep, and in the adult form, or old age, much smaller than any of the baby elephant! that have b»en. exhibited in this country. Their young in torn were elephants in miniature being about as large as a small cat, and could easily have been held upon the open palm. Herds...
A CLERGYMAN’S REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
A CLERGYMAN’S REMARKABLE EXPERIENCE. The following communications Rive tie history of one of H class of cases especially 1 found among clergy, mid all professional men i nncl brain workers. The change wrought In three months, us related by Dr. dialling, pastor of the First M. K. Church, Roche ter, N. V., (a clergyman of wide repute, whose ■ statement will no 1, be questioned fur a moment ! by those who know him), is truly marvelous. 10 N. riT/.uiiiU St., Km iii-.sTKit, N. Y." January IKb, 1884. Dm. Stahkev &amp; Palex: Dear Sirs: It is nearly four years since 1 I first used Compound Oxygen. There are those, doubtless, who would be glad to know of its effects In » case like mine. For fifteen years 1 had been carrying heavy burdens and doing very hard work. / found myself gradually losing the power of endurance, so that my work left vie much exhausted. I could see that my whole nervous system was giving way; that there teas a manifest lack of vital force. ' This was most appar...
BRIC-A-BRAC. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
BRIC-A-BRAC. All ladies should have bric-a-brac tables to hold their many fancy articles. The latest designs in these goods are to be found at the warerooms of the California Furniture Company, Nog. 220 to 226 Bush street, HanFrancisco. ♦ «•► « —— An English sparrow is just as good to eat as a reed bird, and a reed bird gocd enough for anybody. Shoot the pparrow !
WHEN IN THE WRONG CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
WHEN IN THE WRONG CHANNEL. The bile wreaks grievous injury. Headaches, constipation, pain in the liver and stomach, jaundice, nausea ensue. A few doses of HosI tetter's Stomach Bitters will reform these evils I and prevent further injury. It is a pleas int aperient, its action upon the bowels being nilaccompanied by griping. The liver is both regulated and stimulated by it, and as it is very impolitic to disregard disorder of that organ, which through neglect may culminate in dangerous congestion and hepatic abscess, the Bitters should be resorted to at an early stage. Failure to do this renders a contest j with the malaly more protracted. Fever ! and ague, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles, are remedied by this fine medicine, and the increasing infirmities of age mitigated by it. It may be also used in convalescence with advantage, as it hastens the restoration of vigor. _. .— ,#, — I The prohibition town of Central City, [ Neb., is said to have a social club that consumes te...
BEAUTIFUL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
BEAUTIFUL WORK. The mantels on exhibition at the California , Furniture Company's establishment Nod. 220 to 226 Hush street, are Haiti to be the bent work of the kind ever shown In San Francisco. »•« 1— North Carolina is buiUtinir up an extensive trade in cherry lumber. The wild cherry grows abundantly in the mountains. A Btage lino established 100 years ago between BkowheKan, Ale., and Quebec, a distance of 200 milcH, is still maintained. ♦ For Catarrhal and Throat Disorders, "Brown'l Bvonehtal Ti-ovhet" are renown 3d and ; marvellously effective, giving immediate relief. ♦•' Try Gormea for Breakfast.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885
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