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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedler, ; ■ —ovum ix— i DEALER IX i I I GENERAL [ b MERCHANDISE! | Groceries $, 7 " ».< m Crockery, = H.I «.! kt) fi ton luff (oy iarl Hardware £ m tail TINWARE, Sj r o « BOOTS and D SHOES, i lit BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOHAC- ter CO and CIGARS. ; Co sal; J^"GoodB Delivered to ALL PARTS OF SaI'SALITO FREE OF ■] Charge. the » I have v new, carefully selected l||» and complete line of general merchandise and am selling a city I':i- :- -rates. ■ " I6*B Tlm public patronage la rrepfctfully lolloitca. "*' !a<3 Stand, "Water St., Sausalito. F. FIEDLER, Piioi-. the — . fire SAUSALITO ■■-'..! LIVELY SfpLE! for Turnouts, Saddle! Horses, etc., ma FURNISHED AT REASON . Sea ABLE RATES. ; St° Express run to all points I ■■:> in SausaHto. \ c^f ....ALSO.... KET" ■■ DEALER IX WOOD COAL f ab< on< WATER St., - SAUSALITO. | —. ■ MSIGEO. W. SMITH, j: c » Mil 1 ROI'RIKTOE. f/f£* -: I OUI SAUSALITO News Depot rS! the we AGKXT FOR ALL TH...

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N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE ommencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE ommencing NOV. 17, 1884 -om San Francisco for Sausalito & San Rafael !•»' WKEK I>A¥S. SUNIIAVS. 000 am 6.15 pm i 8.00 am I 5.00 pm 11.30 un Yin • ' 10.00 urn ■».« p v l-» 0 »lv I ram San Rafael for Sauialito ft San Francisco WKMK UAKS. SU.NtJAYS. 7.4/1. in I 3.;)spiu I 7.55 am I IJ.OOp.u 555! ?s Ir 0"" I S»--SEt From Sausalito for San Francisco. WIUSKI>A.>S. I! s. ? o.TV Ari P » (I 46 a m l.uupni . «.:w»iu I UUO pin lUSain 3.50 |> in I tu.4o »m 4.00 pui 930 P m 8.30 pin |! I "UJ l )u> |xtr» trip oa HaturJs; tiwii Saursaltto ci.F. 2.15 pm f * ""'" __z=rr THIIOUGH TItAINS. 18 20 and 2.251H11 duily,Bundays6Xcepted,Thro)igh Uatur.lay fluiD BlUWlttO S.F. 2.18 pm THJtOUGH IJiAINa. pin daily, Sundays eicept<\l,Through frtllil from nnUafaelior JJuiicun Mills ami wiiy tatlJns. Thruugh Trains from Duncan Mills at. iTel in S*a atac lat '.).411 am tiii.l 5.0U I'lu. iBTAUII COMNEOTIUNB. SUg...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

For a good meal go to Mrs. M. Hughes' hotel and restaurant, Water street. Mr. J. L. Heald of Crockett, Contra Costa county, visited Sausalito last week. Mrs. Dubois' pretty cottage on the hill back of the News office is receiving a new coat of paint. A cow of Manuel Taboas of Nicasio, recently gave birth to triplets. Sauealito cows, can't you give us a quartette? It is stated that the time table for the summer arrangement on the ferry will be changed on the first Sunday in April. Captain T. Stevens of the San Francisco Yacht Club House, offers for sale a choice lot with building on Water street. A fine improvement has been made to the property of Nicholas Sease in the addition of a second story to his building. Mr. W. G. Barrett has purchased the northern half of Mr. Tillinghast's lot on Water street, above the shops, and will build at once. The American ship, Lanseer Captain Smith, is among the vessels lying at Sausalito. We inadvertently omitted her name from our published list la...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

YACHTING. All the yachts of both the Pacific and San Francisco clubs are getting ready for the grand opening in a few weeks. It is somewhat, singular that both clubs had fixed upon April 25th as their opening day. When this was learned however, the Pacific club decided to postpone their opening a few days, and will probably fix upon May day for the event. This will be much better for both. The Halcyon, White Wing and Frolic of the San Francisco and the Lurline and Fleur de Lis of the Pacific club have made their first trips for the season and are in fine trim. The Lurline has new and enlarged sails. When the news of the sailing of J. V. Coleman'a schooner-yacht Carmelita was known by the yachtsmen, a betting boom was started and all sorts of wagers were laid on the time she would take in her trip from New York. Two to one was bet that she would be here in time to participate in the Santa Cruz trip of the 2d of July, and an even bet was made that she would anchor in this bay inside o...

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SUPERIOR COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

SUPERIOR COURT. Joanna A. Tunnell vs. Byron J. TunnelI — Decree of divorce. Elizabeth D. Shearer vs. Robert Shearer—Summons ordered published. Captain Warner, of the steamer J.M. Donahue, visited our town last week, being a guest of Captain Brooks of the steamer Tamalpais. He says that although on the bay for thirty years that this was his first stay at Sausallto but he will not stay away so long again. Mr. G. W. Smith is to have a fine large express wagon for the coming season made for him by our hardy son of Vulcan, Mr. McCould. J. Barratz is also having his delivery wagon remodeled by the same artist.

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SAN FRAAEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (by our regular correspondent.) San Rafael, March 10, '85. Ed. News:—Not since the time when first the railroad with bonds of steel brought together the interests of Sausalito, has anything revived a feeling of mutual sociability and prosperity as has the establishing of the Sausalito News. We must admit that the majority of San Rafael people have heretofore looked upon Sausalito almost as though it was not in Marin county. This is by no means a reflection on your town but rather upon our ignorance concerning it. From every quarter of the county of from 6 to 60 inhabitants with the single exception of the most progressive and important —Sausalito, our county papers have regular correspondence. Mr. Wilkins of the Tocsin however deserves great credit for his enterprise, not that of considering your town worthy of having a Tocsin conespondent but that Sausalito is important enough to have an independent, newsy paper of her own. The people of San Rafael have already l...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

HOTEL AND RESTAURANT! Water, Street, Sausalito. Board and Lodging by the day, week or month, at Moderate Terms. Meals furnished a all hours. • MRS. M . HUGHES, Proprietress. SNUFF BOX LOST ! Between the ferry wharf and Point Bonita, a silver snuff box with " S. B." engraved on lid. The finder will receive a Reward of §2.50 upon its return to Sausalito News office or J. Thomas' barber shop. SAUSALITO MARKET ! J. B. Baraty. - - Proprieto. - The Pioneer Butcher Shop of Sausalito. Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Salted M E ATS! Sausages of all Kinds a Specialty. Prices the Very Lowest ! FOR SALE! Water Street Property. A fine lot 52x25 on Water Street; Newly fenced, improved with plain new building; is offered for sale. Apply to T. STEVENS. S. F. Yacht Club House. FOR SALE! Lot 10, Block 16, Sausalito A corner lot 120 feet on Bonita street by 50 feet on Locust street. Two Good Houses on the land. Apply to Margaret Feutreu. 1906 Leavenworth St.,S F.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

LAND AND KEMIY COMPANY. T II ID SAUSALITO LAND I AND FERRY COMPANY. _ . —. . X 0 T ICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its | Lands for Sale in Building Lots, BLOCK AND Aero l 3arcels, AND ITS .. . Water Front L O T S 3 On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line of road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles — of the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit", in quick, traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf.* ....THE.... -"W A- T E R....AND.... LANDSCAPE VIEWS ....AKE...« UNEQUALED BY ANY Around San Francisco. 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, IloaniO, I7b. 419 California Street, San Francisco, .... .... '\ TUESDAYS AND THURSDAYS, A...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

WATER RATES. . i NOTICE! Water Bates ....AND... Conditions ....OF THE.... SAUSALI T O Land and Ferry oo:m::p-A-:n"y~. OFFICE Of Tin: SACS A L ITO LAND and FEEEY COMPANY No. 419 California St, Room 9. San Francisco, Jut). 20, 1885. KOTICK A3 TO WATER RATM AND CONDITIONS'. rpHB BAUSALITO LAND AND PER_L ry Company lins the right to claim nod exert nil the privileges of ft Water Company under the following clauses of its Articles of Incorporation, relating to tho "objects and purposes for which said company is formed." viz: '■ I'ruil tin;; flumes, dams, nqucdticts, reservoirs and other structures appropriate to the supply and distribution of water." "Of collecting, diatributing nud sellii'jj water." The Company has lately applied to thu Board of Supervisors of Maria county In .dx and establish monthly rates for water, to be obliged and collected by this Company. Thh Board of Supervisors decided (lint they had no jurisdiction, as this Company was not furnitliiiiK water to a "City ami Cou...

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SINGULAR CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

SINGULAR CONTEST. Pesi.crate Encounter Holtvpch an Eivr'o and an Knoritous Slap Recently some visitors to the Highlands of Scotland had an opportunity of witnessing a sight the like of which was never recorded. They had rested on a hill to admire a herd of red deer that were led by a s:a«- of enormous proportions, among the knolls of a game preserve. As the proud "monarch of the glen" stood on a slight elevation a large grey eagle was seen circling In tho air above him. Presently it darted almost with the rapidity of lightning and fixed itself on the back of the affrighted stag. It Imbedded its talons in the Bosh of his sides, struck fiercely with its pinions and reached forward it.- beak to pluck out the beautiful eyes of the animal it was torturing. The stag, apparently stupefied by fright, fit first remained motionless, but in a moment he put himself on tho defensive. He moved hi? head rapidly from one side to the other, striking the eagle with his branching antlers. The savage b...

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THE PANTAGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

THE PANTAGRAPH. An Instrument of Great Value to Artliiti Who Copy l'ictur<M4> "It was thought the pantagraph would make any one an artist," said a commercial artist as ho ran the tracer of the little machine over the outlines of a peculiarly-shaped picture, "but I cau tell you it hasn't. When. it was first invented it was a novel idea to be able, say in I a small photograph, to trace correctly the outlines to a mathematical certainty, life size, or any desired size,' almost, ■on another ' paper. In other words, to literally'trace an enlarged silhouette from a small picture. It was a capital idea, but artists are born, not made. "After tho picture was enlarged, and all the outlines faithfully transferred, it was found that to fill in and give expression could not be done by anyone but an artist. The invention of the pantograph created a sensation. Rapid artists went all over tho United States giving lessons to classes and selling tho instrument?. Each pupil boug...

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THE CROFTER AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

THE CROFTER AT HOME. it Life Which Is Simple to Krml-KnrTmrlsm —In tin- ?.:.m .c-I'iilil. (London TVtotrapa ; Tbo peasantry themselves, are of an enduring and gentle-mannered kind. Short in stature, but well formed and muscular, Norso extraction, or something very like it, it shows in their faces and heads as much as in their superstitions anil legends. All over tho territory of Lord Mac Donald, wheredisaffection has been rife daring the autumn, and op and down the ■■■'■■■; of the long sea lochs, the gray shanties dot the strath slues, narrow strip* of cultivation run up the hill*, and nerds of long-haired dun and black Highland cattle graze among the tufts of cotton grass and heather. We venture to enter a wayside cabin, and the owner, a big-boned woman, and a widow, m we subsequently hear, lays down tho sickle the has boon plyingoutBide in her rod of barley, and docs tho honors of her abode. All is smoke within— tho thin blue smoke of beat, as. aromatic to seasoned nostrils as ced...

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A Curious Formation. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

A Curious Formation. IChfcaso Herald. ] In Orango mountain, N. J., h*.s Wch discovered a counterpart of the famon? GiantV Causeway in Ireland. Tho opening of a quarry brought the curiosity to light. The formation is evident !y duo to repeated volcanic eruptions that forced the trap rock whilo in a cioitcn state through tho old red sandstocfl upon which it now stands. 'I ho coluiuus are from Dfteen to forty feet high, as perfectly cut as if molded in forms, and owing to their hexagonal or pentagonal ebaf.cs aro considered by geologists'to be of wjstalljns formation.

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Kqulno Comfort a:ul Oonr«nl«BC* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Kqulno Comfort a:ul Oonr«nl«BC* v v-.rk Ttmo.] A horse's mouth Is one of thohardesj parts of him lo lit. so to speak, Bomo of the old i Its were perfect Instruuienta ol torture Tho muber-coTered bits, stifl and flexible, aro highly api roved. Ihe steel bits are mado lv dozens of shapi tor all complalnU, such as side-pulling, ; nu.l tonguololliug, and arc ofnttd, and flexible. Tho bojt^ for a valuable horse cost almost as much as those foi a man. The quarter boot Is to prevent injury by over-reaching, tho toe b i t on Ihe hind foot to prevenl the front foot cuttini thelawnbi oi la for wafkingon lawns, pulling on over the elites. Tho shin, anklo, knee, hoik, and grab boots have b en worki '1 down, or up, as you please, to a flno point. Besides, we have soaklns;---,r the li ofs, and slei ping boots to prevent and cure bun ■• r the front I Here is a boot to use on tho back i : | ,mii|«u ed as astrengthL . ut .r to te iliuan 1 a guard for the back and < ithi t leg. This Hat bo...

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LOVE AND POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

LOVE AND POTASH. A Eomnncc BlSgiag on the Story of a Dead II ilustly. INevr York Sun.] "There's r.l.it broke up my, home and modi ma conic over to America. " The speaker was an employe in a large eoap factory on tbo west side. Ho was pointing to some run of imported s. iia as be spoke. "I was lorn in Bohemia among the mountain*. in a Jittlc village. Our chief industry was making he, and someuniea BOaj). "I think half of Ihc people ma ie their living thai way; mv family did Whin 1 whs a littlo boy 1 was scut tfut every day with mv brother and other boys to gather k-a'ves and twig* The best wero those <•;' tin: lir, but we took everything. We'd build big bonfires in dry weather, and the moment the ashes and embers were, i old we'd throw thorn Into bins under low sheds. Below these sheds went what you'd call leach tabs. Home of these wore oil barrels sawed in half; some, and they belonged to the poorer folks, were heavy willow baskets. Una i remember km square, built out of ...

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A l raeticnl [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

A l raeticnl [Pcck'o Bun.] There is a new style of store-pipe lot gii'o now at high art hardware stores, It is fetampel (r embossed with diagonal pat terns mid totnowhat resembles crocodile bide at first glance. The country U no; ■ suffering so much for fancy design; in | stove-pipes t;s for ma kind that will I dovetail together easily mid caiye leu profanity in electing the same. Here's an Idea for since enterprising manufacturer, that i.- practical, and Will come- very near tilling the bill. Stove-pipe, especially Tussia, goes together pretty well now when new, but it frequently happens that a half or third kngth i 3 needed to make everything lovely, and attempting to get nuotJuT length into a. cut-oil cud of the piece, or vice versa, is what onuses bloody (lugers and cuss word! Tho r.smi of family will Catch our nu-nuing without the aid of a diagram, Well, this trouble can bo obviated by having pipo, in addition to the standard lengths, made up also In shorter pieces, Buy from si...

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U:c Mr.rivls of a Tlece of I,:i;c. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

U:c Mr.rivls of a Tlece of I,:i;c. [Sew Verb Paper.]. There is a mar?clou3 thing lath* way of Point d'Alencon lace seeking a purchaser in New York. It is a complete dress of exceeding fineness, and has a bis lory. It once served as part of the bridal toilet of a young girl at that time tbo only surviving daughter of a well-known widow. Hie bride who wore this married the ouly son and heir of one of the richest of Baltimore's merchant "princes. It was a love marriage, and tho lace a gift from the groom. Six months litter the young wife closed her eyes in death. Her husband, frantic with grief, could not bear the sight of anything reminding him of the past, and all the personal belongiegs of the young wife were sent to her poor, broken-hearted mother. This wns years ago. and <■■-■■ thai mother in her old ago, by the BtraDgo and cruel chances of fate, i- left in poverty, One by on the valuablo-portW-loiiß have- baebsold, until finally ti;o brtd&l robe, with its p...

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Ihe A other's r,ti-.ris>al S"r.olt. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Ihe A other's r,ti-.ris>al S"r.olt. {y.ij VVrt;.iiu:,l.| ■ elc 'rated Mftdamo • . and oftto barroTved th<; :irst <r6'.uroo, LaA,»]hsV!n. 1; Bnisbeil It, took jtjlpcioto thp ownoti rßi v.V'A tV.r t v'O ?dcoq{). %vfc>fh, in a lit of .".!■■ .';r,!..-:f.)n,:iic!<:it on a tabldj c&iryingoway ■ .Vj ono Lie iifld just returned, aod reading it otct r-;^rt:ti without percoivipg Lb error. KJs v.;[.;. eetiag-Wnt deeply Absorbed in the c.'j'..■:■>; Inquired, how &o liked t'is weik. WI!. !.i e-UjOQieiy interesting. ? 3-s ?ep!U-d;'"bit it ttri.iwi "m^ i*i*.t i^j ?suUjos is-zat&ct too bj>J £;■ rooe-.t hisai d£ ■' -■ * _^—„ \ r« .i • ■ ■ . ■'• ■

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■. ■ d [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

■. ■ d Five httadrod doUaw xoi 1 a iv.!r 'A C^-:<. socms a bjgh price, but it Lii *xc-x» pail liy one <J8 tli>s society belles oi Kjw V jWt. Ihey w«fi oi vhi.;..: .-■..'. .^. :oUWrod ■vvitii p^Bßi- .

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