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.'S(i|..-rli>|- < our! — 1". 11. UABOHOUdgV. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
Superior Court — E. B. MAHON judge. J. S. McCue vs Jas. ?????stead— All proceedings under writ of execution stayed until further orders. Clara R. Simpson vs Jas. Greeley Simp-son-Commission issued to take testimony in Vermont. The application of S. H. Kiler for an appraisement of the homestead of Helena Saunders set for hearing May 12th. PROBATE. Estate of A. Forbes deceased -- T.J. Crowley Esq. appointed attorney for minor heirs. Estate of Luigi Cheda, deceased -Petition of Cornelia Cheda for letters set for hearing May 12th. Estate of Catherine Blowers, deceased — Petition of Elijah J. Blowers for letters set for hearing May 18th. Estate of Hugh McKennani, deceased -- Letters of administration issueed to Amelia F. McKennan.
lli'nl INOile. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
Real Estate. Wm. Craig to Lovell White—215.83 acres in Richardaon Rancho, $5. Salvador Pacheco to Maria L. Valesco— 1 895 acres to San Rafael, $1,000. Wm. T. Coleman to D. C. Ramsey—Lots 1, 2 and 3 in block I, in Glen Park, Coleman's northern addition to San Rafael, $1. Hall McAllister to Jos. Escallier— Lot in Ross Landing, $750. Jas. Paine to J. W. Probasco—62.29 acres at Black Point, $2,500. Most Rev, Joseph Sadoc Alemany to Most Rev, Patrick William Riordan—Fifteen lots or parcels in Marin county, $1. The Marin County Teachers' Institute will convene next Monday at San Rafael and continue four days. W. H. V. Raymond of Berkeley will be Institute Instructor. A most excellent and comprehensive program has been prepared. On Tuesday ovening J. C. Gibson will deliver a lecture at the New England Wigwam on the subject "London Illustrated.'' A concert will be given at Sausalito on the 27th instant by Mrs. J. C. Small. Excellent talent will appear and our music loving people may be sure...
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week:. E B Read and wife S J Mooney A S Spence and wife C H Goodwin and family A D Harrison T D Beasley W A Campbell F H Thompson J N Gregory and wife Geo W Gregory Edward R Swain and wife W F Bogart and wife L James and wife Aron Mayez Mondray R Dindas Charles Clarke Geo Whiltie and wife Harry Sutherland Mrs R G Lewis H H Gross John Bowser D P Hammond and wife J C Rutherford Commodore Gutte &amp; party A C Greenbaum Albert Licke A J Bryant and wife Gen H Matfield and wife Mrs J L Martel Miss Jennie Martel A G Booth and wife Mrs Whittle and family Mrs F E Monteverde Miss Bella Levingston Miss Rosa Levingston Mrs D L Mayers and son J Beverly Smith Ed Russell Morrls Miss A Barnard Miss C Gallagher Frank J Burns Miss Emma Burns
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
POSTAL. Mails CIose : Mails Arrlve. For San Fran-- ) 8,00 AM | From San Fran- ) 8,20 AM cisc --------------) 11,55 AM I cisco --------------) 11,40 AM ---------------------) 3,50 PM | -----------------------) 5,30 PM SUNDAYS—CIoses 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 May 1, 1885: To obtain any of theese letters the applicant must call for "advertised Ietters" giving date when published. If not called for within one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Anselmo, Silveiro B, George Anderson. M. Asa, J. T. Brace, Mrs. F. Bradley, Marianna Delfina, Manuel Francinco Dias, Jose A. Freitas. Mr. F. Fulgenzie, Tom Hanson. E. G. Peters. Jorge Jose de Souza, Antonio Silveira, Mrs. H. Talcott. FOREIGN Jose Machado Mendonco Manuel de Azeredo Aloes, Aville, Manuel de Soiza Avile, Frank Machado de Souza Stephen Hubbe . John Schnell, P. M.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. W. D- HOBRO, Plumber &amp; Gasfitter, 728 Washington Street, -: ; " Opposite tha riuz.i. San Francisco, Cal. Work done nt lU-osonnblo Rates. All Ordors Promptly Attended to. Dissolution of Co-i'ARTNEKsnir. NOTICE IS UEREBY OJVBX THAT Tin: -i-' partnership horctoforo exlrtlng between Alexmiaor MeLfOil bikl Ocoruo V. Kennedy, under Hi" flrm name of Kennedy &amp; Co., hnvitiß a blaokimlth iuglnislnesH Rt B»u«llto,bM thladaybei a dlsaolvcil Tljl 1,11-iuiKs will -n-iL'ti■!' bo conducted by linr»r V. .Kennedy, WhO Is Hltllierizril tO collect till Ml' uUnillnK accounts, aoil who assumes all HnbiliticH of the flrni. rOGOHfIE V. KENNEDY, HOMED |A. McLEOD. Dated »t Snifißlito tlill 80th day of April, A. ]&gt; 884. FOB SALE, Two Black Now Foundland Pups two mouths old. Apply to Johh Perk, "El .Monte" Hotel. PACKET LINE Tub. Sciiooneb "PmaitLEsa," Capt. Ciujis Mulleb. WILL LEAVE Jackson St. Wharf —EVERY— TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FOR SAUSAL ITO. Carrjing Lum...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
BORN. BARRATY— In Sausalito, May 4th, of the wife of J.R. Barraty, a daughter. QUINN -- In San Rafael, May 5thl, of the wife of John T. Quinn, a son. MARRIED. BROWSON - HUGHES -- In San Rafael, April 29th, by Rev. W. Stoy, Mr. J. H. Browson and Mrs. M. C. Hughes, both of Sausalito. DIED. SCHNELL - In Sausalito, May 5th, Lena, beloved wife of John Schnell and daughter of F. R. and Margareta Meyer, a native of Baltimore, aged 21 years, 6 months and 3 days MISCELLANEOUS. John Broderick, ....iii-.M.rn in.... General Merchandise. ', ...'.COMPLETE LINE 0r.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. Fjmjujim Bvrn.inn wztiiF'ciuc Slizk, John DboDebick, Caledonia and Tuvnoy Bte., Sausai.ito - , - Cal, JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON mAI££2R AMI i BLACKSMITH. "SzfZ^^-ni WasMW Illlil Carriages Repaired, __~E*r"^l "'"* New OUIS 15a'^" '" orJfVi Ship work and all kinds of Steel work ami Machinery Forging. Agricultural Machinery of all Kinds Repaired on short Notice. 0 Horse Shoeing a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
■ water hates. NOTICE! Water Kates .....\&gt;:d.. . Conditions ....OF THE.... " SAUSALITO Land and Ferry C OjVl IP-A-TSTY. OFi'tOG (i? Vim SAUSALITO LAND and FERRY COMPANY .To. 110' California St, //■■■•/.: &lt;). Man Fbanckcu, Jan, 20, 1883, notice AS TO WATfitt i; iti: ; AND CONDITIONS,' rpilE bausaltto LAND and FER_L 17 Company lii.-i lit" ii/hl to c!.iim sad exert nil the fA-ivilcgea of n I all f Com; pany under the following claim i of iM Articles of Incorporation, vcl;»tiii;jf to Vi 6 "objects ami f&gt;ffr\tose~B for whieli said company is formed." viz.: "Building fjnitist, dams, -aqueducts, reservoirs and other atruotiir»a npprnprlnte to lbs supply am) dUti Iballon of water." "Of eoT&amp;ietiiig, dis lii.uiin;-,' aud «el!ii'g wnlcr." ■ Tho Cunn&gt;:ti:y lias lately applied 11 th« Boiint of .Supervisors of ilarin comity to tix unit establish mobility rtitrH tot water, to bo charged find collected by tin.;. Company, Th« Hoard of SHperviu ...
TOUGH AND FEARLESS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
TOUGH AND FEARLESS. Two Remarkable Able Yarns About the Peccary. A Drove Tackles a Railroad Trim and Die* on the Track to ti'ie I,a»t HogBattle Between Wild Hogs and a Tornado. "I'll never forget the first time I ran into a drove of peccaries." said an Brie locomotive engineer, recalling some of his experiences. '"A drove of peccaries!" said tho reporter, and his tone mat have grated on the engineer, for he replied, testily: "Yes, a drove of peccaries! You'll admit, Is'pose, that there arc pr-ccaries' J Didn't you ever hear that they ran in droves?" "Oh. certainly!"' said tho reporter. "Bu*they'rc down in South America, Mexico, or Central America, somewhere." '•Are they? Thank you!" said the engineer. 'Did you s'pose" I thought they were rooting 'round in this railroad*yard? Had you an idea that I meant they were chasing the beechnut and the acorn up along the Erie line? I know vhere peccaries arc, and I think I ought to. And it wasn't in South America, Mexico, nor Central America t...
BACK AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
BACK AGAIN. The chill smiws lingered, the Spring was late It seemed a weariful while to wait For warmth, and fragrance, mid song, and flowers, And balmy airs and delicious showers. But we bided our time, and with patient eyes We watched the slow relenting 1 skies, Till at last one April morn we woke To find we were free of the winter's yoke. And a rush of wings through tho rushing rain ToM us the bird« were tack again. A joyous tumult «re heard n!ot't— Clear, rippling music nnd fluttering? soft. So light of heart and so light of wing. All hope of Summer, delight of Spring. They seemed to utter with voices Sweet, Cpborno on their airy pinions fleet. Dainty, delicate, lovely things! Would that my thoughts, like you. had wings To match your grace.your charm, your cheer, Your fine, t^lodious atmosphere. Precious and beautiful sifts of God, Scattered tbrouacfa heaven and earth abroad! who, ungrateful, won hi do you wrong, Cli»ck y*kiT tllgrht and your grolden song? O friendly spirits! O ...
Keroltlonary Bouquet* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
Keroltlonary Bouquet* [San Francisco Argonaut.] It was in tho year 1848 that the leading citizens of the chief towns of the Lombardo-Venetian kingdom avowed •penly their detestation of Austria, and they awaited only a favorable opportunity to throw oil' the yoke. At one of tho theatres of Venice, on a certain evoning, a magnificent bouquet was thrown upon the stage at the feet of a beautiful danseuse. It was a raro piece of workmanship, and its colors, ot red, white and green, were so arranged that the symbol of Italian independence could not be mistaken The danseuse picked it up and kissed it repeatedly, and pressed it rapturously to her bosom, while the vast audience applauded vociferously. On tho following morning the actress was summoned before tho police authorities, and sharply questioned touchlag the absurd treatment of the bouquet which had been thrown to her on the previous evening. She tremblingly answered that she had only done as the always did when such beautiful tribut...
OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
OF GENERAL INTEREST. —Alpharetta, a young Georgia city, with a population of two hundred, has live lawyers, or ono for every thirtynine persons. —The paltry sum of ten cents t*£J given by a traveler to a colored raaa in Nashville, N. C, recently, who found and returned to him his lost pocketbook containing eight hundred dollars. —A puzzle now troubling the people is simply this: Place eight checkers on a board so that no t»T* will be either on a straight or diagonal line in either direction, \ you can. — Ithaca (N. T.) Journal. —According to a Florida paper, t»i pumpkin is a perennial in that State. It is said that there is a pumpkin vine growing near Rock Ledge which has been bearing three years, and shows every indication of holding out for another. —The magnitude ol the slate industry in this country can be imagined when it is stated that the amount produced of rooting slate alone is SOO,---000 squares per year. A "square" is about one hundred square feet.— Butland Herald. —A com...
How Long an Advertisement Serve*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
How Long an Advertisement Serve*. ILewiston (Me. Journal! One of Commissioner Ham's adventures at New Orleans is related by him us folio "A little thing that made a great impression on me when I was a lad was an advertisement in rhyme, printed in Tha Maine Farmer when it was published at Winthrop by Dr. Holmes. ' It ran as follows: "Ezra Whitman to his friends, This humble notice, greeting mudst "That couplet has come to me a hundred times in the course of my life. With Mr. Whitman I was not acquainted, and it was such a simple thing that I don't see how it became so fixed in my memory. One February day, at New Orleans, while my thoughts were far away from Winthrop, a tine-looking, elderly gentleman, apparently about 75 years of age, came into the Maine headquarters. " 'Are you from Maine? I asked, as 1 asked scores of people. '"I am. My name is Whitman,' he replied. " 'In what part of Maine doxyou live?' " 'Winthrop.' "'Mr. Whitman," I said, do you remember a rhyme like this: " 'Ez...
The Telephone Mui'i I ule.l Hobby. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
The Telephone Mui'i I ule.l Hobby. (Howard Glyndon in (&gt;l Iws-Dernocrat.l Mr. Bell's last scientific hobby is his discovery of the threatened formation of "a doaf-mute variety of the human race." At the time I last &gt;aw him in Washington, he was about to memorialize congress on the subject. He thinks that the continued inter-marriage of the deaf and the deaf-dumb will eventually Eroduce such a variety, and enforces is position by statistics. In agitating this matter be has stirred up a hornet's nest about his ears, as the deaf-dumb, who marry almost altogether among themselves, and who care nothing for science where their feelings are concerned, have strong prejudices on this subject, and declare they will not be meddled with.
Graves of the l.ai l> Christians. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
Graves of the l.ai l&gt; Christians. (Chicago Herald.l An ancient burying ground was recently unearthed in Paris while digging a trench in the Rue Salande. The coffins of stone and plaster found there have been traced to the seventh, eighth and ninth con in ries. They were pointed to the east and had crosses inscribed on a circle, symbolical of eternity, and other emblems of Christianity. The coffins were found filled with dirt, their covers having given way.
KoUer-Bkatlng Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
KoUer-Bkatlng Wit. [Boston Courier.) "Go in there, El Mahdi," said the doctor, who lived opposite the rollerskating rink, as he placed a $2 bill in his wallet which he had just received from a skater for dressing his scalp. "El Mabdi!" exclaimed the patient, "why do you call the bill El Mahdi?" "Because it is the fall's protit, you know," replied the doctor, as ho smilingly showeJ the patient out.
The Butlneu Side of the Street, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
The Butlneu Side of the Street, [Chicago Herald.] No one has ever been able to tell why one side of a street should be better for business purposes than the other side, but it is a fact, nevertheless. In New York the west side of the streets running north and south, and south side of the streets running east and west, seem to be the favorites. Arkansaw Traveler: De bory man whut kaint stan' good luck is de bery man whut grumblo.s 'case he ain't got nuthin'. Philadelphia Record: A characteristic of a superior mind is a willingness to impart to others what it has acquired. Strike high even if you lose your hatchet, '
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. —Miss Julia Pease, a Vassar graduate, cultivates six thousand aorea of In ml in Texas.— N. Y. Sun. John Setgler, who recently died In Anderson ('-unity. South Carolina. at the age of ninety-seven, lived all Iris life on corn bread, bacon and greens. —Mrs. Sarah Lord, of North Berwick, Me., who died recently at the »ge of ninety-nine years, had never seen a train of ears' until four years »go. — Boston Pout. —Sophie Eyre, the aotress, who was recently secretly wedded to Chauneey Winslow, son of a Cincinnati millionaire, arrived at Cincinnati recently, and was cordially i^ceived by the members of her husband's family.— Cincinnati Time*. —An American artist, Mr. Humphrey Moore, has lately completed two irenre pictures at his studio in I'aris. They have been purchased by Mr. Crocker, who pai&lt;" for the pair two thousand two hundred pounds. Mr. Moore, who is v pupil of Gerome, is deaf and dumb. —Alexander Mcßride, an eccentric character, known as "the s...
“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 7 May 1885
“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” —A Pennsylvania dairyman had bin jaw broken the other day, but it is not known whether a cow kicked him or the pump-handle Mew up. —Philadelphia ('all. —"Step this way, if you please, ladies,"' said the gracious floorwalker, as he led off with a majestic wave of his hand. "We are sorry," said madam, "but we never learrad to walk that way.— Yonkens Statesman. —First —"Charming girl, that Miss Lucy, Jack." Second—"Think so! I never could bear her. She always treats me as if I was an us, you know!" First—"lndeed; I didn't know she knew you."— Harvard Lampoon. —"If a man wants to own the earth, what does a woman want?" inquired Mr. Grapof his better half, after a little family matinee a it w days ago. "Well, my clear," responded that lady in a gentle, smouldering tone, "to own the man, 1 suppose,"— Boston Post. —"I held her ttny hand in mine, and clasped her fairy form, and told mv tale of ardent love, in language sue. i and warm. And when I paused for want of breat...