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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

TAMALPAIS HOTEL ! - Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..By the. . DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, . At Reasonable [fates. Tim Bar is Supplied -with Good Wines, Liquors mid Cigars. Thomas & Marshall, Proprietors. WILD WOOD GLEN ! IJOTEL ylljl) PICljiG GROUNDS! This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough, repair liv the Proprietor. - Tlie I lute! lias been largely refurnished. The liar "attached to Picnic ■ (munul.-. Stocked with beat win-.:* and liquors, Tin 1, is no more dunning matt within ttity miles ut' Saa Krauelscu. BD WARD ~STAIIL, Prop, SAUSALITO, Hq| On]. OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. " Private Orders Filled. Genersl „ JUeataurant business Conducts . ■ Biiwlol fmilillim for I.iiii-Mk. u, r fuiniKih with Hi" 1,.,-t liquor, ip tbo btutc. h«K {HircbrH m.ii lun. irbon uou»trnot«l over (ha bay uffotdlug a luaKiiiflcliut vikr vlty^. Water St. "- . ,Saiina/ito , 1 VDBKW KWBQLAB, "i-uovi '

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. t — } DEALER IX- — GENERAL MERCHANDISE! 5 Hardware * TINW RE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LTQUO U, TOBACCO and CIGARS. . Goods 1 )i:i.i\Ki:i;n TO ai.i, I'AUTH OF SAUSAI.ITO I'lil'.K OF - (' 11 a i;t ; B. I have a new, carefully selected nnd complete lino of general merchandise and nm selling a city rates. ■ - The public patronage Is rrcptctfully iilU'it* Stork, ■ "Water St., Ba.it»amto. F. FIEDLEU, Pi:or. SCHNELL'S 8 A. LOON! Wines, Liquors, AND . Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. WATEIt STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIINELL, .. Prop GEO.V. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with promptness and satisfaction guaranteed. {j) Horshoeing a Specialty. Agricultural Machinery of till kinds repaired on short notice. SHOP, WATER St., Sausalito. THE SEASIDE 'HE SO FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. /3pK"K» HA VINO nK.ESTABLisitr:n *J I f'«>SMi bl"<ilu'|i" in SanMHta 1 revl'" 1".; I «6lffi3(i'(ilUMt flip fo...

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N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing April. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing April. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausalito &Snn Rafafl WEEKDAYS.' SUNDAY*. ".JO v in 3 'JO p 111 IMW ■ ill ".'■'' P m f/jOim 4.B(l p m lO.onam 4,liipiu llioo » m (i.'-H i>m 11, .iv »in IJ.-IU l< in i.ll) ji 111 Extra trip on RttunUji at 1.30 I'M. From San Rafael for Sausalito X Sl.i Francisco WEEK hays. SUNDAYS. R. 15 am I'll 60ft m *8.05 a m *:i.2(l pm *7.jj v m *B.ali i> in '10.10 ■ m i.l > pin •'l-'Oaiii 't..)ii pin *1.'.00 in *6,UU pui I *!.;;•) p in ♦Kxtra trip nil Pnlnrtlnyi lit I.Mi-.m. iraiiis nmrlMd tlais {*) atart lr in Sail Qticntin Prom Sausalito for S6n rar.tisco. WEEK DAYS. I SUNDAYS. 0.48 ii m i 12.05 p m I ".Id » m 4 »'l put H. 1." »in 4.0) in I».l;1 am 5.:i1) pm in. 1 .ii a in s.ai) p m 19.83 p in 7,15pi1l 115 p in Extra tr:p» on Sutunlayn nt 2.00 and 7.00 P.M. , = IHEOUtIITrAINS. 8.10 am »nJ 4.00 piu ilaily, Hnivlny« eseepted •j'lirounU Trains from Sanullto fur Duni...

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San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. . —. DAILY EXCEVT SINIIAVH. lloat I.vs S. F. 7 45 a ill Train Lvb S. It. CM n in " " " 11,11 a m " " " HJiUalll . ;••,,, ii ■• I'M) in " "*• " lO.Wam ■l » " 3.30 pin •■ " •' 1.30 i> in • • " " 1.00 pin •■ " " 8,10 pm " •< " (i.lo i) in " ': " B,ufl pin ' ■UXPAYI ONLY. " Doit lv» S. F. 8.(10 am Train )vn 8. .71. 8.10 in •• •■ " 0.30 ii in " " " !).4ini in ; •• •' " 11.00 am " " " W.IS piu '• •>• •• l.au pin " " " »80I' in i. •< " f,.uu ], ii.. " " " 8.00 pin

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LOCAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

LOCAL NEWS. iiiforinnlliiii of any occurrencei of local | asnaut mutn will Im tllHllkflllly rwalvd* from any portion of the county, mid coir"vm l .a \ Mini fur publication will nhvnys rccilvn proper oiniHldoratlon it accompanied with the niinic of the writer. liirthK. iiinrriug«H, ulicl (lrutlix, with MUM (lid ilatcii, pn^KTly Bpoclfled, will bo publUhld without i-liuriji-, If sent to us from any i>«rt of llhm comity. •;'.-. . I Cottage to let furnished. See ad. Mr. James Watson has built an addition to his cottage, The ship Alex McCallam is having a fresh coat of paint this week. Mr. D. F. Tillinghast is having a 2,000 gallon tank erected on his property. The early and late trip on our line will be discontinued on November 1st. John Dern has just returned from a pleasure trip to Los Angeles, but he prefers the climate of Sausalito. There were burglars in town on Wednesday night at the Hacienda, but they were frightened off by the occupants of the house. Chas. Dexter Is g...

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SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 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. Miss Nellie Brown, of West Oakland, is visiting her cousin. Miss Lily Hamlin, at Sausalito, this week. Miss Annie Crawford, of Eureka, Nev. visited Sausalito last week. the guest of Miss Lily Slinkey, Mr. Pew will occupy the Bohemian Clubhouse after next Monday. Captain W. S. Schenck, U. S. N., paid Sausalito a visit last week. Dan O'Connell of the S. F. Wasp, is camping with his family on the beach near the Pacific Yacht Club House. Major H. A. Cobb who has been confined to his house for several days, is able to be around again. San Rafael. The Misses Kirk, of Tomnles are visiting friends near San Rafael. Dr. Lyman, one of the most prominent physicians, has gone to Philadelphia on a visit. Mrs. Farrell, nee Hoyt, is at her old home, the guest of h...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

YACHTING. The Chispa came off the ways last week having been sandpapered and newly painted and had her centerboard scraped. Her test of the Germicide paint proves it superior, as no barnacles had clung to the yacht. She has this time given the marine anti-fouling paint a trial. The yacht will have a gaff mainsail for the winter. Captain Brooks has sold his famous sloop "Genesta" which leaves our waters soon for Clear Lake. Brooks is now about building at Benica a 26 foot skip-jack of 8 foot beam which he will have for use at Sausalito. The Aggie is now laid up for the winter at Benicia. The yachts Ripple, Restless, Annie, and Startled Fawn were out with parties on Sunday. The Azaline was out both Saturday and Sunday. The Lurline had a large merry party out on Saturday. The Chispa was out Sunday to the heads trolling for baracouta, but not going far enough to meet with those fish the party were content to take smaller fry. A. very good time was enjoyed however and two victorious race...

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I'iisiiiicilii SiinnT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

I'iisiiiicilii SiinnT. Among the followers of Guido Hem, this young woman, who died whoa but twenty-five years old, li conspicuous for her talents anil interesting on account of the story of her life. She was the daughter of a reputable artist, and was born at Bologna about 1049. Shu was certainly very industrious, since one of her biographers namea one hundred anil fifty pictures and etchings made by her, and all these must have been done within a period A about ten year*. Much has been said of the civ" and rapidity with which she worked; one nnecdotc relate* that on an occasion when it happened that the Duchess of Jininsuii'k, tho Dnnhoi ; of Mirandola, and Dako ( dino do 1 Medici, with othor persons, all met at her studio, hlio astonished and doliglited them by the ease, and skill with which hlio sketched and shaded drawings of the subjects which one after another named to her. The story of her life, aside from her art, gives an Bodying intercut to her name, and insures her remem...

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A Tonclilng Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

A Tonclilng Incident. Mrs. Mary A. Livermore lectured nt Albion, Mich* and, at the close 01 the lecture an elderly, white-haired woman approached with the following inquiry: "Do you romomber writing a letter for John , of the Twelfth Michiffdm Volunteers when he lay dying in the Overtoil llor-.pit.al &1 MemphiM, during (ho spring of 1368, ami,of completing the letter to his wife and mother after ho had died V l\lrs. Livermoi'e replied that ahtiv fdto no ninny letters during tin 1 war, under tiiinilu 1 * circumstances, that sho could ;.<•• recall any particular (T.«io, The woman drew a letter from her pocket, that had been worn into pieces? in the folds of the noto, and "an thot ■ti1.1.'.l together with lino sewing cotton. "Do you remember this letter? 1 she. ;is];cd. * Mrs, Livermoro recognized her penmanship and admitted her authorship of the letter. The first four pages were written to his wife and mother at the dictation of a young soldier who had been shot...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

POSTAL. M*(*« Cfio«». ! Mniln Arrive. For San I'rsn. ) 9 nn am I I'roni Ran l I'm 1 H. 20 am cllK . o li.-..-, am I ct«co !ii i" >■' i 5.15 I'M I I '"■'' SUNDAYS Clow* at 7.50 A. M.. San Fraarlaco Arrives at B. HI A. SI. li m " AliVi'.l.'ll^l :i> LETTERS. t -i nf nni 'alii 'li 'I. r* malnln iln the IV "!- iifflOM nl Sail i.i us Matin comity, California Oi t 1, IHH.t: 'i.i obtnlu any of th.Ke letter* i:. appli.•.ml iniii-t i nil fur "Hilvell Inert Ml ri" RlvlliK dalP wl'tn i.ul.li-li.'il. if not culled tut wiihln ■"'■■ liKUith, they will be sent to till l>m I Loiter Office, Mrs If > a raton. Jo io tie Sussa da Silva, Blfl Kittn T M. 0 lUnt D r 0 •'■'" i '• John tCJi li ■ i. 31.

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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. lU.v. ttB'JMUI I W RKBD, I tCTOB. SUNDAYS H»ly Communion. 7:110 a. m. First Bnmliiy in the Month 11 a.m. Kvhiluk l'r»vcr, BP. M. Sunday 5.110 i.l '.'l'- a. M. WEEK DAYS— HoIy Communion, 10 a.m. IndnvK— I.it inj . 11• a. v ••The Woui»u'« Ancillary," a Ghilld for Clum'h Wort meeta every Tiimhlh) In Dr. Cairn'ii Pffl.*o »' 4 r- M. Any M!e« willing to help In Churrli work «rr corcilHlly invited to »tti ml. Tin ifnuujl OirlK Guild inn t« nt (hi 8:11110 place every ThurMi >• iftarn at I o'clock. The (lector m»j bo Mill m the Hi i lory Monday c vi liln'>,' r nt tin' Church utter mix ■ of the ktvlcih

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

NEW ADVBETIBEMENTB, O BAND ,«\ . ana swm txgj) 4& %& yj ■ W$ BALL $k TO SB GHVICN BY Sausalito Lodge. No. 20 ■■ A 1 & F. V. Clubhouse, Baiwalito, 0 n Saturday Ev'nJ t Oot, 17, GUAM) MAltdl AT • O'CLOCK. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS/ Jumcs Wataou, Cmi O'Uarjr, I, Thomas' J. I). Uatuty. RECEPTION COMMITTEE.' J. i:. Klilii.iv, KJward Btalil, J. Brodcrlck, FLOOR MANAGER - • JAMES WATSON. * '."■• ' TICKETS 80 ct«,' SUl'l'Ell 80 ct«. . . COTTAGE TO LET. ■ IIMSHKI) OR UNFURNISHED. Full PAR. I "TICULAIW Apply «t "EL MONTI." HOTEL. FOB sale, GOOD BKIFF in FIKBTCI.ABS OIIDER n Offered lor ul« nt rranoaabl* linuB. Apply to I'AI-T. T. STKVKNS, hri,wAi.r> I, r. v. c;. H.J. CRUMPTON, M.D., I'liysiciiin and 'Surgnon, SAUSA L I T O. lki;sini:.M i:, ('.'.it llakimson's I'i.ai k (Hazel Mount.) iIOUSErfOLI) FUILVITUKE AT I'KIVATK BAM.. A LI. THE EFFECT' 01' A WKI.I..KIKXIMH.!' Cullugu ami aliio aonie poultry. ilK.s JOHN BIOBARDI. i Ham lin Cottago. Mus. If. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. GEESE FOR SALE! J7WNE tOt OP r.si-; AUK OFFLIItD FOII • 8"1'!1" H. I IIUCUII"I"IiHrs.CAMP« t I.L. ÜBS. OAHPBI IX, Woodwind Viilli y. FURNITURE FOR SALE! IT OF COTTAOK FURNITT R. IN GOOD ... Condition. »ppl» to T. .-.1.1'111.N5. BUSINESS C IE A. IST C E I Mil <ir.t> ft cORDOZOoftbt Him of Mnnsubo k i;unluM> 11-' prli Xli- ul tho i 1 ipufer TAMALPAIS STAB: At Hipl'Vrrjrl dim In;!, (IT r» foi Illi Ml one-liMf Inturi si 111 tilt 1 liU^illl KH, For further nnilleiiliU'H Inquire nt the i»tal>ln OEO, S. COHDOZO* [CHI BAN BAKERY, l, ■!• ( h'hiii anil OnflVe I'm lor. Ice cream, confectionery, i afci s, Etc, A complete btock of choice: Mti:.\( II AND PLAIN OANDIM. Families supplied with Bread etc., at reasonable terms, ..orrosrrK.. FlUtllY .W.lt a It F, Clemens WIKsK, - - PnOPBIETOB. WILLIAMS & CO Wholcsalo Manufacturers ami Doiilcru in FIX ROME MADE CIGABS. jMahin, County Tuadk Supplied With nil Required Grades, Encourage...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

WATER HATES, NOTICE! Water Rates .....«d.., Ws : . ■ Conditions .... ...OF THE.... SAIJSALiTO ; Land and Ferry Ml n B of Tlli!' SA US A LITO I.AND am. FERRY COMPANY J\ ro. 419 California St, Room 9. . . —>_k San FuAScuojf Jan. 2G, 1883. NOTICE AS TO WATBK iATW AMI CONI lIIONS. . rniiK BAtJSALITO land and raft_L ry Company hutf fno ri»lit to clniui nnd exert nil tlio privileges of a Wnter Com« puny mull r iln' following clntiHPH of !•■' AiiirliH of lucorporatlon, rt'lntlng to thi "objects nml pnrpmea fol which said com|i;uiv in formed." vi. 1: " "Buildlug lliiinin, ifnniN, nquednct* reservoirs iiiul other Itmoturel ii|>|U"npi into iii the Hiipply anil distribution of wiit. r "Of collecting, tlisrilnitiiig nnd fcellii'g water.'' Th» Comtiuny has lately applied It the Board of Supervisors of UMin county to ii% nml (gtiibltsli monthly rules for nut' t, to be charged and collected by this Company, Thii Hoard of NuperviuurM decided il at they bad no jurisdiction, nil...

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THE MODERN MUSIC-BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

THE MODERN MUSIC-BOX. gome Interesting Facts Xot <;<Mieralljr Known—lllifli-rrlccd Itoxes, "There are good many facts about music-boxes that the public arc not aware of," remarked a dealer to ■ reporter recently. "In the first place, they were invented one hundred years ago. and in .Switzerland. They all come from that country, even at the present time. Why? Because the labor required to make them is too costly in this country. The length of time a music-box will play varies considerably. They are furnished with one, two or four powerful springs, and will play for four, six, eight, fifteen, twentv-nve or seventy-five minutes, according to the size of the box and th«t number of springs it is provided with. As a rule, the works are inclosed in highly-polished inlaid cases of a variety of rich woods. They never require tuning, as many people suppose, but if the simple instructions which acconipanv each box are followed, they will fast "a lifetime, requiring like a...

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SHE SLEW TWO FLIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

SHE SLEW TWO FLIES. Something From Afar That Rrails Like a Fanciful Tale of Wonderluml. A little girl while playing with two dragon flies accidentally killed them. At night the girl became feverish, and in her delirious state called out that the dragon flies were dashing about before her eyes. Her parents, on learning the story, were much agitated, aud invoked the assistance of a certain priest supposed to be endowed with supernatural powers direct from Heaven, and able to drive away all evil Bpirits. For a given sum he was willing to subdue the genii of the dragon flies. He came with his followers, his musical instruments and his picture;* of gods. Three days and nights he banged away at his gongs and drums, calling upon every deity in the Pantheon, while his assistants disturbed a whole block of neighbors with their shrieking, trumpets, tom-toms and other most unmusical contrivances. The girl got no better; the ghosts of the dragon flies still pursued her. The parents were in desp...

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SOMETHING NEW FOR HUNTERS AND SPORTING MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

SOMETHING NEW FOR HUNTERS AND SPORTING MEN. The "Standard" Cartridge-Loaded by the Chamberlin Patent Automatic Machine. The Automatic shotgtm cartridge loading machine is destined to revolutionize the ammunition trade of the world. The manufacture of tools for hand loading has virtually stopped, for the makers of hand rammers, uneappers, reeappers, reamers, and all the countless tools etc., realize that the automatic machine made cartridge has such a vast superiority over any other that it is only a question of a few months before it will monopolize the market. The Chamberlin automatic machine was only invented in IHB4, and was put to work at Cleveland, Ohio, by the t'hamberlin Cartridge Company at once, and already their works are taxed to their full capacity, they being unable to supply the constantly increasing demand. This machine will revolutionize the shotgun castridge business, as did the sewing machine and cotton gin and reaper their lines of trade. None were quicker to real...

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TEPPING, THE TAILOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

TEPPING, THE TAILOR. A I in In .ui'l Plni'ky Invmtor In l.nilrr.v Tlrketn. Previous to tlie lltli of August lant, Gebhardt Tepping, a cutter employed in a tailoring establishment wi Market street, waa comparatively unknown outside of the ci.cle of his few acquaint:iii'vs. Hlmiolf and family liu.il btsja oppressed by comparative poverty, and tin- wildest dream of the obscure tailor hardly equaled the good fortune that was in store for him. About a fortnight before the date mentioned a man peddling lottery tickets approached Tailor Tepping anil negotiated the sale of one coupon of five that had comprised chance No. 77,081 in the drawing of The Louisiana Lottery, to occur August 11 tli. Tepping thought little of the value of his purchase at the time. He placed the coupon in an envelope and t urelehniy tossed it into the otlice safe. On Wednesday, the day succeeding the drawing, the peddler of whom Tepping had pmchased the eoupjn rushed into the Ktoie and informed the cutter that his co...

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THE HEAVY BOX. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

THE HEAVY BOX. How an Arkaniaw I'reacher Faithfully Guarded Hl* Truat. There are many people in Arkansaw who remember the following in6l*dent: During the war certain parts of Arkansaw were infested w'th "foot burners." These wretches cared not for the success of either army, but were intent upon robber}'. Gcnorally the "foot burner" lived near, or at least was well acquainted in, the neighborhood where he operated. He knew who had money. When the "foot burners" a-ked a man to reveal the hiding place of his valuables and were refused, they sci/ed the man, bound him and proceeded to roast his feet. One day. in the northern part of this State. Judge Grimes, who wa? known to be wealthy, carried a heavy square box to a well-known preacher—Rev. Mr. Aldich—and said: "Brother Aldrich, I am going away, and I wish you would keep this box until I return. All 1 want is your promise to keep it." "I'll be running risk in taking it," Mr. Aldrich replied, "but to accommodate you, I will take it and...

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