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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Dr. Wrn. Jennings >n, PHYSICIAN SADSAL I TO, "Cal. A LAWRENCE, DEALER 15—- .-"■■-•*- [Groceries, Povisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and GENERALFAM / I V S UP PL IE 8. MUCKS HKAioNIULI. Th» publlo patrour.R* «ollcited -WuN C»l*doni» Av«LUf Stuuhto. I A JA^IiIKCE, OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Co oked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. Gencrsl Rcataurant business Conducted. Special ftclliltieii for touristk. Bar furulttied with the bent liquor* in the State. Rear porches and lunch arbor* conatructed over the bay affording a ' ■ ■ inaKiilftclcut water view. . Water St. - - Sausalito. ANDRE NICHOLAS, rnor. I JT. LOBIAN, -KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS-Saloon and: Recreation ROOM S. .'.»•'—BEST OF— "Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, I*ool Table CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. i.\>i-n»r CuUdonin Avenun and Water Avauua, fSAUS^LITO - . Col.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

DIAS & SUVA, ! .... nitit.EßS 1N.... Groceries Clothing Wines LIQUORS, -A.HSTID 010-ABS. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. „ . DIAS&SILVA., Caledonia Avenue. SAUSALITO, _-. __-__ . Cal. SAXJSALITO LIVELY S^IBDE! Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT .REASONABLE KATES. Express run to all points in Sfiumlifo. .. . ....ALSO.. , . DEALER ;IX WOOD COAL.. WATER St., T" SAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, PROPRIETOR. LISBON H OT E L! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OrPOSITI IUILBOAD DEPOT. Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND LODGINGS. BEST WINES AND LIQUORS. M. SANTAS & J. S. DEAVEL. PROPRIETORS.' NICHOLAS S.EASE, V . . . .PBOPRICTOR . . . (fHfp SALOOIT . .AND..' WAITING ROOMS; . . OPPOSITH . . I FERRY WHARF, SAUSALITO,. - - Cal. I keep on band a ' well selected stock of liquors, native and imported wines, cigars, etc. Gire me a call. NICHOLAS SEASE. J-. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR — !P I O N E E BARBERSHOP, — OPPOSITT. — ;>■•;'■■; ~EI ai...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

In a healthful locality like this, deaths occur so seldom that the living seem to forget the fact that some day they too will have to pay the debt of nature. Accordingly there is a failure to provide a final resting place for the dead, and such seems to be the reason why no suitable spot has been formally set apart for a burial ground in Sausalito. Having no cemetery here would perhaps argue well for this as a place for residence if it were an index that death was a total stranger to our village. But every year the grim monarch invades some household in our midst —every year he exacts from this community its little quota of recruits to swell his already countless hosts in the great world of shadows. Although we have an exceptionally healthful climate, yet, sooner or later, Nature will exact her dues and we shall all be gathered to our final resting place. We have made no provision for this. There is need for a burial ground in this vicinity. Thus far the deceased members of the comm...

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THE EXCURSION SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

THE EXCURSION SEASON. The main points considered by San Francisco people when they think of pleasuring for a time in the country are where they can go and enjoy themselves to the full at a reasonable amount of outlay. There are so many places advertised that it is puzzling to choose, and what may suit one temperament may be far from suiting another. What is usually desired is a place where there are none of the exactions of fashionable society, and where the sojourners may have ease, comfort and freedom without restraint, and be able to recuperate for another struggle with business duties when the time of pleasure is over. Our people want for a time to enjoy a happy-go-lucky existence. We all want to be able to do as we please every once in a while, and it is a rare pleasure to throw off restraint and enjoy ourselves, if not in a primitive way, at least naturally. For those who desire such an existence near at hand and cheap, where they will neither be bound to fashionable observanc...

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“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” „ —Twenty different Americans are now engaged In trying to invent living machines. It must tickle the biizznrda to sec a man fooling away his time in this way.— Chicago Herald. —Nltro-glyoerine i» perfectly harmlea until exploded !>y ebttoujdon. A vr-ry bad boy in Sharpahprg reccuitly draak a lar^a amount of it and now doflea hii motlior to ipaak him. — Pittsburnlt Chronicle. —Sliortlv after recoivinjr the news of Khartoum a fall. General Lord Wolsel.v hoard a soldier Ringing "Go Toll Aiiut Maty." The General stopped him, and. with that kindly dignity for which he U not.'d, .said (jiiii'lly : "No. my bravo man—Tcl-01-Kebir."—Ex-change. —A New York visitor to Boston was interested and ponied by the constantly recurring "II" on houses at onr street corners. "What are thoso Hsfor?" the stranger asked. "They were dropped by the l?riti*h when they left 15oston," was the solemn reply.— N. Y. Indepenlent. —It is snicl that the word most frequently misspelled...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

— ■———— MISCELLANEOUS. BELLRIJDE'S StablE! STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERT DESOBIPTI 0 IST FCUNISHED AT ;< ■ REASONABLE HATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All po»lble pain* lulion to accommodate cuntoriiprs. J. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, -l-r ... Cal. r SCHNELL'S . SALOON! (j& aa? TIIE BEST or gg!b«m Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars* Private Waiting Room ■ ATTACHED. WATER STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCHNELL, - Prop. •-- ■■"*-. . . . • I * ..-"■-■ ■ .1 •. . .. T , o „,. ;. Iflpx i :* *: \ ■ .'"•■.■ .-.-.■.- „,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

El, MONTE. Hotel "El Monte! 11 SAUSALITO, - Cal. ....THIS.... FIBS T-CLASS HOTEL! ....OFFERS 8TX8Y.... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED ....AND... . Spacious Rooms. Table the very Best ! —EXTENSIVE IMPROVED — GROUNDS. Derail eiisis, COURTS, Oroquet Yards • • • • AN I) • • .. other Outsides Games! BILLIARD ROOMS • ••. ... *;.... AND BAB 1N.... ■ Separate Buildings. ....TUB FINEST.... Land and Water VIEW IN THE STATE. m • | TERMS MODERATE. J. E Slinkey, Proprietor.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOOH. je^ aL Meals at all Hours. Bar Siimm.ii -i) with Bivst-of EvekyTIIIKO. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - CoL A. R. Silva, Prop. W. A. WILLIAMS, —Pr.oraiETon — Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Skrves Evkky Sunday nil Bmr Clam Chowdrb in the State. Givo mo a call. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD USA LI TO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! 30TEL Jlfl) PISIJI6 aHOTJNX)S ! This Picturesque spot lias been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. Tlie Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Gronnds, Stocked with best wines and liquors. There la no more rlinniiiiiß resort within fifty mi lon of Ban Fraucisro. EDWARD BTAILL, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Oal. T AMALPAIS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - V Cat.. BOARD and LODGING ..By TDK. . DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good "Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas & Marshall, Proprietors. TAMALPAIS .:-".■'■:■. Teams, 2: S...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. F. Fiedler, 5 . DEALER IN - ' ■"■ • ' ". GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Dry Goods Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO and CIGARS. p £3gT*GooDS Deliveued to iv I FASTI of Saitsamto frith OF i CIIAKUK. : I hnvo a now, carefully selected h and complete lino of generals merchandise and am soiling a city r rates. j Tbtpubllo patroiug* la rmpfctfullj m-lle!i>-f Stand, "Water St., Saubauto. IF. FIEDLER, Tuop. PIONEEB 1 BOAT HOUSE! I BAUBALITO, - - Cai.;;' .. A LAKOK TABIETY OF Rn.KNDII). . t WHITKHALL, FISIIIXG nnd HuMTUO Boats. The large and comfortable Plunger, , - MERMAID With an experienced Fisherman in charge, r«n I" engaged to take parties to the Fishing dronnili. Sportsmen and Pleasure Brokers will flnil till* mod couipletu UofltiiiK and Fishing Ebtublifliw in the vicinity of San Francisco. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., L Constantly on Hand. TERMS . MODERATK. A branch of tUI« Establishm...

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TIME TABLE [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

TIME TABLE SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, — ISSS--fi T AMII II LEAVES SAN FRANCISCO WEBS. DAYS. I HUSUAYS. 7:30 a. m. 8:00 a. m. 9:20 a. m. 10:00 a. M. 11:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. i 3:20 p. K. 1:30 r. m. 4:50 p. m. 8:15 p. m. 0:20 i'.«M. 4:45 p. m. 6.80 m. SAUSALTTO WEEK DA IS, SUNDAYS, .... „ 8.-10 A.M. (>Ai) A. M. in AH 8.i5 a. m. ;-^ A-"---10.00 a. * Jii'i Vi £ 12.05 I". M. Tnn 4.00 p.m. 4.1K) j>. M. - „,. *v.(30 i.-M. 5. JO P. m. 7 ; 15 p m 7.15 p. m. Kxtrn Irlpn from 9. F. Silunlayh at 1.98 p. m. lioia Sia«»lito on Satunltyi) at 2;UO and 7.41 pin

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N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausalito & San Rafael /;*»•* WEEK DAYS. SUNDAYS. KJmßxao nin 3 .'ill j> in «.00 a m 3.15 p m ■'f.'.'U aIU 4.M p m 10. a m 4.46 |i in 11.00 m C.2Unm 11,80 Hin 0,30 pa 1.30 li m Extra trip on Saturdays at IJO Fir. (if? Prom San Rafael for Saur,alito & San Francisco W- WEEKDAYS. SUNDAYS. *!>4>6.15a in 'll.'Mnm *3.05 a m *H.X pin pts*T.««m *3.v>spm *10.10 a ill 1.50 pin f*» «t.'<otffl *4.Bopiu *12/)() m *4,BUpm *1.35 p m | •Extra trip on Saturday* at 1.91 P.M. I Tolas niarkad thus (•) start from s»n Quenlin- -. ' . ■

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San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. -T~r,- ■■ : — DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS. '%Do«t liVi H. V. 7 45 ii m Train I.vh B. It. 0.30 a in aR-' " " 9.15 ■iv " " ■■ H.uoam Jl ' " " 1-2.00 in " " " 10. am ML" " " M V 111 " " " 1-30 Pm tjfsf" " " 8.00 pin " " " 3.10 p m &•• " " 0.10 pIB " '• '• 6.05 p 111 '%• ■ ~~~ SUNDAYS ONLY. • ' Bout Its S. F. 8.00 a m Train lv« 8. R. 8.10 a m ' M?,,,.. '• " s.soam " " " 0.40 am fjtis" •' " 11.00 am " " " 12.15 pin kii" " " 1.30 pm " " " 8.30 p m ---a.'" 4 " " 6.00 pni| " " " B.Otlpm tFrom Sauaalito for San Francisco. B WMKDAYI. || SUNDAYS. , ».<.'i a m 12.05 pin - 8.49 am 400 pin t.lsam 4.01 in ;j Hi. 45 am 5.30 inn 10.'JO ii m 5.30 pla I9.SS p m 7 .13 pin i [j 2.18 pin :^ Extra trips on Saturdays at 2.00 and 7.00 p.m. { '■- : •—^^ *

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THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

THROUGH TRAINS. 8.15 inn ami 3.23 pin dully, Sundays czoeptej, Tbv"iu<h rralnnfram San Hafael for Duncan Mills ' and way ptationa. Through Train' from Unncaa ..'. Mills ardvea in San Uatuil at 9,41M8 ami 6.07 i>ih. .'.'■' If HI COMNF.CTION3. "■ Staged li-am Dnncin Mills every morning excep -. * ICoiil.i.v for Stewart's Point, Giial'ila, Point Arrua Ooff«y'» Cove. Navnrro, Meuducino City, nnJ all ;' 'yolctg on the North Ouaxt. RATUnIIAY TO MONDAY EXCUH:(ION». ?Sxc\irt.iou tickets sold on Saturdays, Mod to M* Vi 'urn following Monday—Camp Taylor $1.78, Point Heji'S {'i.09, Tomalus $3.00, I'uni'ull Mills {4. , „ % BUKDAT I'.Xt'IIUSIOMR. ~j X t.»n »m, Bundays only, Kxourrlon Train from San •_•"■* H»fn. I for Duncaii Milln auil way vtatioUH; returni Ib( arrives In Han Hiifm-l at CIS pin. Fares for ronn I trip—Camp Taylor ?I.ISO, Point Reyes 11.75, i Touiiilih m.M, nun.mi Mills s■). *mj. n:c<)Li:,v.[\, F. B. LA Til A \Mfc- Oen'lSup't. Oon'l T'kt kilt. Asse...

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YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

YACHTING. The Pacific Yacht Club held their opening day last Saturday. The weather was somewhat chilly but there was wind enough for the boats to show their sailing qualities. It was a grand success and speaks well for the committee on arrangement. After a pleasant time at the clubhouse the yachts sailed for Vallejo. The Annie, Halcyon, Nellie, Flenr-de-Lis, Virginia, Lurline Idle Hour, Rambler, Maggie, Spray and sloops Nellie and Frolic. The run was made in quick time. The return gun was fired at 11 a. m. Sunday, and owing to the stiff breeze blowing a great many reefs were taken and a quick passage down the result; the Halcyon arrived first Lurline second and the Nellie third The Fleur-de-Lis arrived first at Vallejo but did not show her sailing qualities to a great advantage on the return trip. On Monday morning of last week Messrs. Peter and Mervyn Donahue gave a sailing party on board thier yacht Nellie. The following named gentlemen in addition to the hosts barked on the vesse...

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SAN RAFAEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (BY OUR REQULAR CORRESPONDENT.) San Rafael, April 29,'85. Ed. News: We. are glad to be able to report at last with full assurance that the San Rafael Guard will henceforth be known as Co. D, 5th infantry, N. G. C. The Company, while being drilled by Lieutenants Chinn and Lawton last Friday night, were agreeably surprised by Col. Ranlett dropping in on them. There were 65 members present and the Colonel took charge of the boys and gave them some valuable information. After drill was over, he stated that he was very much pleased with the appearance of the Company, that the action of the citizens' committee was eminently satisfactory, and that within a week he would issue the order to "muster in." Captain Lanck has just received the order, and our boys will be sworn into the service of the state. The Carlton Club has expanded to a social and literary club as well as athletic. Their hall is the elite rink of the county on reception night, their library is growing and ...

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StilK'rlnr (niirl—F.. B, Maiion Jndg*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Superior Court —E. B, Mahon Judge. J. S.McCue vs Jas. Tanstead, sheriff— Judgement for plaintiff for $1678.45. Execution stayed for ten days. Clara R. Simpson vs Jas. Greeley Simpson—Defendant's default entered. PROBATE. Estate of David Flaherty deceased— Petition of Elizabeth Flaherty for letters set for hearing May 11th. Estate of A. Forbes, deceased— Settlement of annual account continued to May 4th. Speculation: A word which often begins with the second letter.

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week. Wm J Hough & family, F S Pitts and wife. Miss Katie Gift, Dr. W A Moore F M Smith T W Huckstep and wife, J R Mimaker and wife, J S Ramey and wife, F F Emmon and wife, E A Mizner, Guy Shirley, Miss Flo Williams, Miss Effie Hogan, J S Childs and wife, J B Horton and wife, W J Jones, Mrs E Rock, C Oiaffey and family, Bert Laws, Miss Dollie Laws Miss K Hyde and sister, Miss D Lawton C Hank, W G Mizner, S E Bennett, Capt J W Powers S WJohnson, Matt Clarken, Capt John Leale, Frank P Pray, W S Burpee and wife, Mrs George Hammett W A Rogers, Mrs. L Yoakura, L F Shevburne, Miss L Thurston, O P Cameron. Miss Mamie Yoakum, Miss Susie Saunders, J Warner L C Pistolesi, Miss K Glass, Dick Glass, Wm Christian and wife, C E Christian and wife, J Yates and wife, Mrs Emma Holladay & f'y Miss F Musgrave, Dr J R Davidson, S V Mooney and family, Ed Russell Morris, Chas Ashton, Capt Williams and wife, Charles Childs Art...

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

POSTAL. Mails Close. I Mails Arrive. For San Fran-) 8.00 am l From San Fran-) 8. 20 am cisco -----------) 11,55 am I cisco ------------- )11 40 am ) 3.50 pm I ) 5.40 pm SUNDAYS— Closes at 7.50 a. m., for San Francisco Arrives at 8.40 a.m. from " ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Postoffice at Sausalito, Marin county, California April 1, 1885: To obtain any of these Ietters the applicant must call for "advertised letters" giving date when published. If not called for withln one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Ollice. Joao Faustino de Amaral, F Johnson, M Asa, Alessandro Ramos, Senora Dona Guadalupe Mrs, Tour Rogers, Aguayo, Jos. Peters, Mrs A. L. Blake, Joao de AzevedoTeixeira, Joseph Brown, Mrs. Winter, Mrs. Grace Hughes, Joseph Foster Cavalhar, Mrs. F. L. Horn, Jose Mariados Santos. John Schnell, P. M.

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ICrnl I'.-lnlo. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 April 1885

Real Estate. H. L. Tevis to Isidor Gutte-Lot 28, Block A, Sausalito, $1. Henry Bayen to Fritz Goerl— Lot 4 Block 11, Short's Addition to San Rafael $2,650.. S. A. Pacheco to M. M. Saia—6.81 acres in San Rafael $600. Mr. Chas. Stevens has been appointed Secretary of the Free Library in San Francisco. Thereis a somewhat unaccountable difference in the rainfall or the record of it of San Rafael and Sausalito. In San Rafael .07 of an inch fell last Sunday, in Sausalito .02, in San Rafael 3 inches for April and 35.54 for the season; in Sausalilo 2.96 for April but only 19.88 for the season or little over one-half the rainfall of San Rafael. The Journal says that measles are epidemic at Tomales. Aurora and Clark schools are closed, and Tomales school has only ten per cent of its roll in attendance. A number of adults are suffering with the disease, and a few have it bad. On last Sunday the steamer San Rafael again took her place on our ferry. She has been thoroughly renovated and keeps he...

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