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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. BELLRUDE'S Q {. Q Iv 1 1? ? I"4 '. A B ) Hi STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVEItY DBSCBIPTI O IST rUBHUUES AT HE A SOX ABLE RATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All possible pains luki'ii to accommodate caitomir* , J. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - 'Cal. SCHNELL'S SALOON! (|yg| TUE BEST OF (^^' Wines. liquors, AND Cigars. private 'Waiting Room ATTACHED. WAT E R STRE E T, Sausalito, Cal. . JACOB SOnXELLj - Prop. BOAT HOUSE! BAUBALITO, - -. Cal. . .A LAKGS VARIETY OF 111 ■■HIM . "Whitehall, Fishing and Jlintixi; Boat*. Tlio largo and cojiili>rtablo Plunger, MERMAID With an experienced Flslicnnr.n in char^o, ran be oij!,R,;i'l to i'.uti' | to tlio Fibbing Oroiuids. Sporfincti anil Ilea'suro >•■' l:cr« will f\\v] thin tho inoet coiiipl" t" {Antlsg and fit-Mug K«tablluliuu'Ut in tin. vicinity of Ban Fruictgoo. A Iwgo Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkciv, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS, A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOOET. Jg^ i£m w. Meals at all Hours. BAB Scpruib with BKBTOF E\TSHYTH,NO. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - CoL A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A. WILLIAM^ — PltOritlETOß— Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Serves Every Sunday the Best Clam Chowder in the State. Give me (i call, W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEK! IpFEL 'Jil}D PICPIC G-BOUNDS 1 This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough repair . by the Proprietor. - ■ .•■ . The Hotel has been largely re-! furnished. The Bar attacked to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with beat wines and liquors. Them Is no moro chaining retort within fifty imitrt of fa:i Ki'oucisoo. EDWARD &TAHL, Prop. SACS AUTO, - - Gal. TAMALPAIB HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..By the.. DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars.. Thomas & Marshall, . Proprietors. ■i TAMALPAIS 6...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. ff. Fiedler, —-DEALER IN— GIfNKRAL MERCHANDISE! Hardware • I TINWARE, I BOOTS and I SHOES,! BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOIJACCO Aim CIGARS. ;.*/-7*°G<">ods Dni.ivi:i:r.D to mm PARTS 0* S.\UBALITO FREE OF CllAltGE. I liavo a now, carefully selected and complete line of 'genera; merchandise and am .selling n city" ■ rates. Tlio pablla patronage If recpectrully »t,lioiM,|pj m Stand, Water St., S.vuBalito. 1 F. FIEDLER, Pitor. I S S-A.TTS^IQITO LIVELY- gl^ELEli Turnouts, Saddle! Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASON ABLE RATES. j Express run to all points I in Saueallto. ....ALSO.... DEALER IX WOOD COAL I WATER St., ~ SAUSALITO.; \: GEO. W. SMITH, I PkopkietoiK SAUSALITO p News Depot--!; AGENT FOR AJX THE SAN FRANCISCO I DAILIES and GENERAL I'll LIOATIONS OF THE •' UNITED STATES. I Keep on hand a Stock "I B .'i:< STATIONERY and GENERAL SUPPLIES of that DESCRIPTION. Store in Postoffico Building, M — hi WATER St, - SAUSALIT<gB JOHN SCIf - - rj...

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N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 From San Jrancieco lor Sausalito U San Kalael ,•;. \MUHi. KAlo, BUMIAIn. ■jLOOaiU i 0.1.i pni i 8.00 urn I 6.00 pm ■.30 Bill ' 1> "• i lO.UOtt IU K*.'>i> in I ■ I '• ■">•"" I Vrbra ban Kaiaal for Sausalito & Ban .-ranciscu -«a| M r.;.n. JJAI.-l. bUJiJJAitti H.4s>Ul a.Wym 7.55 uin I li.OOpm l^? l'rom bausaiito ior ban Francisco. ■.'■> \V i'.J.K JlAi.i. I, Ml M"Uo. '.. |.4.>uiii I 1 .Mil p in' || 8.30 aui i UUOpui • Dl 6 U .11 3.60 V"I ' !"••"" '" ■*•"" I"" ■..lupin s.jopm ii I „cr;-"", Ektiu llip oL satui'iiiy Uwai Bnuwjlltu .■.!•• a.tfl 1"" XHUUU.iII TIIAiNS. ■'- ■ 8 20 Mid 2.25 I>!U daily,a,iii.la}Bexcci,ti'.l,Tliroilgli ■Kills lioui nulilllllui-'l I"!' l'.lnlllll .Mills uuU WuJ BEiL.iii>. Tiirouiiu Truing from Uuuc»il juiiih in l'lVus jn Sun tt»lucl lit il.lo iiiu anil B.SO l>in. " ' bIAUE COIIIIBOTIOM, Bnjtug...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

>. — — ——■ Mr. Beasley's cottage is nearly finished, It has a splendid bay view. A welcome shower of rain fell on Tuesday morning, and our farmers smile again. Mrs. H. A. Cobb has leased her cottage for six months to Mr. Fitzgerald and friends. John W. Pero and wife have taken rooms for the summer at the El Monte hotel. A fish market is now established on Hood's wharf where fresh fish can be had every day. - J. Broderick has built a fine addition to his store with dwelling rooms above for his family. Mr. Wm. Read is going to divide his property adjoining the El Monte into lots to be offered for tale. See ad. A large force of painters are working on the steamer San Rafael so as to have her ready by April for the summer season. - Mr. F. M. Smith and family, Mrs. H. Warburton, widow of the late Major Warhburton, and Mrs. J. Matthieu are staying at the El Monte. St. Patrick's Day was celebrated in San Francisco Tuesday with the usual parade and literary exercises. The celebra...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

YACHTING. The initial cruise of the San Francisco Yacht Club will be heId on May 2d. The club will visit their clubhouse on that afternoon and anchor at Sausalito for the night, and sail to Mare Islandl next morning. On April 25th, the opening day of the Pacific Yacht Club, the fleet will sail to the clubhouse where there will be a dance and collation. The Chispa of the San Francisco Club came over Iast Monday. She has a new foremast and is in splendid trim. The "Chronicle's" statement that the Fawn, Frolic and Idle Hour have been rented for the season is contradicted. The Ariel has been sold to private parties for seal fishing on the Southern Californian coast, and the Eva has been sold for use in Mexican waters. The two clubs were represented in a race through the gates last Sunday between the Lurline and Halcyon, the latter getting through first. There are twelve yachts at Stone's yard, South San Francisco, being overhauled and painted, and the Aggie, Nellie and White Wing are on...

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A CAT-ASTROPHE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

A CAT-ASTROPHE. On Friday a very fly, funny fellow fooling with a very fiery ferry feline, so frightened pussy that she threw herself in the bay. Her wails as she sputtered and splashed in the sea soon brought a large crowd to her rescue. We are told that before any of the boats could reach her that one of the painters tried to lower himself by a rope and lowered so quickly that he took an involuntary bath a la puss. George and Lew threw over empty demijohn for Tabby to go float on while Jim let down a mop with a string tied to it to fish her up —strong men and women and the omnipresent kids with bated breath awaiting the result. The mop took the cat or the cat the mop, and like the nocturnal nimrod in Schneider's Tocsin ad, Jimmy drew in his painter (not the live one; in the excitement no one remembers what became of him), and soon kitty was drying in the engine room and all breathed tfee again. "Manty bod lauck aroond here," said Scotty, departing; " wass an' wasser evera dee, mon...

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■uperior cuiin--e. v. MAaoxJnnjo, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Superior Court--E. B. Mahon, Judge, Francis Mowatt v M. C. Fisher—Defendant's default to answer entered. People vs John F. O'Toole— Motion for new trial argued and submitted. People vs F. Valencia— Continued to March 21st. T Jezequel vs Joshua Haskell — Notice served of motion for new trial, and proceedings stayed. The jurors summoned for the January term were all discharged. PROBATE, Estate of Chas. L, Weller deceased— March 30 set for proving will, Estate of Ignacio de Souza deceased —L B Ourblin, Francis Bogen and M. O'Connor appointed appraisers. Estate of A. Forbes deceased — March 30 set for adjustment of annual account Sale of certain stock approved. Estate of M. E. Butterworth deceased --Petition for distribution of certain funds set for hearing March 23d.

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Uoul i:»l;ilc. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Real Estate. Sausalito Land and Ferry Company to D F Tillinghast—Lot 13, block 31; Sausalito, $1200. Jose N Sais to S A Pacheco—6 81 acres near Fairfax, San Rafael township, $600, Wm T Coleman to Maria Coughran— Lot 5, block J, Coleman's Addition to San Rafael, $5. Robt Watt to W McBride—Lot 18 in the Hayes' tract, San Rafael, $350, The Marin County Journal with this week's issue enters upon its 25th volume. To us Brother Barstow was Father Barstow in a journalistic way several years ago, putting the first stick and rule in our hand, and ever encouraging our early literary attempts. The News wishes him and his paper long life and prosperity. A Grand pigeon shooting tournament will be held on Sunday March 29th, at A. S. Thomso's place. Ben Johnson and Joe Wosser will shoot a match of twenty clay pigeons each for a purse of $40 after which general shooting by the public will be opened. Thompson will set out one his popular excellent lunches, and all may be assured of a good time. A ma...

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SAN RAFAEL LETER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.) San Rafael, March 17, '85. Ed. News: — Being unfortunate enough to select a nom-de-plume which is capable of transposition to the patronymic of a fellow townsman, I will follow your suggestion and henceforward e known us "Rambler." At the skating rink last Thursday night, a ladies' orange race was the attraction. The rules governing were as follows: Two ladies to compete at a time, each to start from baskets situated at opposite ends of the hall. One dozen oranges placed on the floor midway between starting points, were to be picked up and placed in the opponent's basket. The lady who picked up the oranges in the least time to be declared winner, At 9:15 the first race began, Miss Smith and Miss Scott having entered. The latter won, her opponent giving up after skating three laps. Miss Murray then challenged the winner but was easily beaten in 3:30. If conundrums are in order here is one: Who was the most cheeky person mentioned in ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. HOTEL H| 1. J. vy J- A..J JL-J tjiif:-' AND RESTAU XI A ->.]■■ rji ! irwJLi.O ±/V U li AIN L I WATER St., SAUSALITO. Bon and Lodging by the day. week or month, at MoDEKATE TERMS. Meals Furnished at oil Hours. Mrs. H. HUGHES, Proprietress. SNUFF BOX LOST ! Between the ferry wharf anil Point i'.iiiita, a silver Biiuff box with " S. B." engraved on lid. The finder .vill re;, civea Reward of 32.50 npoi ts return to Sausai.lTO \'i:\vn olliet >r J. Thomas' barber SAUSALITO MARKET ! I. ]!. Babbatv, - - Proprietor, the Pioneer Butcher Shop of SauBalito. Dealer in ill kind.-; of Fresh and Sal tod M E A T S ! sausages of all Kinds a Specialty. Tricks Tin-; Vkhy 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 18, Sausalito A corner lot 120 feet on Bonita street by 50 feet on Locust stre...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

LAND AND TEIUIY COMPANY. T II E SAUSALITO LlO AND FERRY COM! NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers its Lands for Sale in ■ Building ; .Lots. BLOCK . . AND.... A-cre lareels, ....AND ITS Water Front L O T S, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line oi road traverses the entire North Front—over three miles —ol he Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit i;. quick traveling distance of Sail * Francisco —Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. .... ll] .... -W A T E H- .. . .AND.. . . LANDSCAPE VIE W8 ARE.... EQUALED BY ANT 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 tho Secretary of tlio Company, Boom 9, Ho. 419 California Street, Ban Francisco, ... Oil OX .. Tuesdays AND tuuitsdays, AT the co...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

WATEB RATES, NOTICE! ' Water liateS ....AND.... Conditions ; ....OF THE..;. BAUSALITO Land and Ferry Oflld OF TUB SAT S A L I T O LAND and FEltllY COMPANY No. 419 California St, Room 9. » m San Fuascisco, Jan. EC, 1885, NOTICE II TO WATCH lIATKH AND CONDITIONS! HPHE BAUBALITO LAND AND FKUJL ry Company bin the right in claim iiifl exert nil (lie privileges %l N Water Company Under the following clauses of its wticlm of Incorporation, rotating to ttio ■objects ami purposes for which said company is formed," viz: "lStiililing Humes, dams, nqnrdnctn, reservoirs and other structures appropriate o Hi" supply and distribution of water." "Of oollectluCi distributing and scllinj; water." The Company had lately applied to tho iloard of Supervisors of Marin county to ix ami establish monthly rates Cor water, to ie charged nnd collected by tins Company. The. lioiitd of Supervisors decided Unit hey had no juiiadlctlen, ns this Company roe not furuiehing water to a "City hint '.unity, City, or To...

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WANTED AN EMBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

WANTED AN EMBLEM. The I'nfortuuate Detroltrr \Vln> Wanted a Sign Emblematic of a .Serious Condition of AfflUn. A man called in at a carpenter shop on Clifton street yesterday and Mtiil lie was in business in the western part ol the city and. wanted an emblem to hang on the front of his building. "What kind of an emblem had you thought of?" asked the carpenter. "Well, Idunno." "What business are you in?" "I run a saloon." "Ah! How would a beaver do?" "There ain't enough water in my business to support either a lish or a bearer." "Might take an eagle?" "Too common, and tho Eagle saloon it only a block away." "How would a rooster do?" "Well, I haven't much to crow orer." "Then take a bee-hive." ••What Joes that represent?" "Industry. The bee is ever busy, yon know." "Well, I ain't, and the business is a laxy one." "A gilded ax or hammer would look nice." "Yes, but they wouldn't do. I'll state the case and then, perhaps, you can suggest something. lam four hundred dollars in ...

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OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

OF GENERAL INTEREST. —The hair of a farmer near Rainsboro. (>.. is reported to have turned from gray to blood red.- Clev Herald. —Coleman. the great mustard num. says that he has not made his fortune out of mustard eaten, but out of mustard wasted on plates. —Port Said, at the northern termi nns of the Sue,' Canal, is generally believed to be the wickedest place on earth.— Chicago Herald. —A large number of young B< ladies in New York City are taking lessons in elocution for the purpose of improving their conversational powers. —A. Y. Tost. —A barrel of oysters was shipped from the Virginia "beds to Baltimore the other day, eighty-six of the monstrous shellfish lillinjr the barrel to its utmost capacity. —Mrs. Charles Griffin made 15,816 button-holes last year, for which work she received over three hundred dollars, and did all her housework in addition.—Lowell Courier. — A new sort of gas lamp gives the light of two hundred candles at a penny per hour, and whi...

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SOMETIME. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

SOMETIME. [John W. Daioe.j I Sometime, sweetheart, our paths will cross sin, And I will look once more Into thine eye?, And feel no more the sorrow and tli« pain, \\ bile soft and sweet will sound thy sweot replies. Sometime, (tear heart, sometime, though ocean's foam And mountains rise between in, we will meet; T'nv l.cart will find within my hoart it- home, . An.l all my bitter life will turn to sweet.

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OLDEST SOCIETY ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

OLDEST SOCIETY ON EARTH. A Vegetarian Professor's Humorous Speech ; — Changes Going on In the World. [Chicago Times.] The Vegetarian society of Great Britain appears to be making excellent progress. At the last annual mooting, recently held in London, a large number of distinguished men and women were present and took part in the. proceedings. The president, Professor Mayor, of Cambridge university, delivered a humorous and highly instructive speech. Ho stated that the order of vegetarians was not only the oldest of any on earth, but that it was the most extensive. It had its origin in Edon. T'ue eminent ancient Peruvian! and Mexicans were all members of it. A majority of the people of India, China, and Japan are vegetarians. Among the old-time vegetarians were Pythagoras, . eno, Socrates, Epicurus, Seneca, and Plutarch. The Roman porridge-eaters, the Persians of Cyrus, the Greeks of Leonidas, the Swedes of Gustavus \'a>sa, the miners of Chili, and the Hudson bay trappers...

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I'ailroad Tobogganing. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

I'ailroad Tobogganing. [Chicago lleraU "Train Talk.' I "Did you ever see a railway train running in one direction while the wheels were going the other:" inquired a conductor on the Illinois Central. j "Never.' '■ "Well, down on our Springfield division, between Gilman and Clinton, we had that experience a few days ago. That fall of soft, sticky snow stuck right on top of the rails, warmed a little in the noon sun and in the afternoon hardened in the cold. "Wo didn't get a train through until near night that day. The rails were two streaks of glistening ice. Up near Pulaski' wo struck a big grade right at a station where we were trying to stop. The engineer put on the brakes and finally reversed the lever and pulled the throttle wide open. But it was no go. , Wo went down that grado faster than ever 1 traveled before, with the drivinging wheels of our locomotive going backward. It was a three-mile slide. Those who saw us go down say it was the oddest sight they ever saw. I don't wan...

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Bottom of the Ocean. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Bottom of the Ocean. [Scientific Journal.] Some of the researches lately made by English explorers in regard to deep-sea beds have led to tho belief that there are no rough ridges, abrupt chasms nor bare rocks, and that the sea bottom at great depths is not affected by currents or streams—even by those of the magnitude of the Gulf stream—its general appearance rather resembling that of the American prairies, and it i-; everywhere covered by a kind of mud.

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