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N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausalito & San Rafael WEIiK DAKS. I BIi.NUAVS. 7,:i.i ii m U.auptn n.noiim ' i».l» P 111 !> Mv in i.M V"' 10.00 •la *-i 61' "' ll!ou hi li.il> l' in Ll.iM) in ii..:i l' bi 1. I) [> m Extiu trip on Satiirclnj'S lit 1.80 p.m. From San Rafael for Sausalito a San Francisco WEEKDAYS. SUNDAYS. - 015 am I*ll Ml Bin *5.05 a m *JM [in •7.45 am *;i.2spiu "lu.lOam i.6j pni •i) ■») aui -1.00 p iii *1- 00 hi •8.30 pm |{ •iJJSpiu •Extra trip on Saturdays at 1.15 p.m. Train* inaxkad thus (*) atari from Sinn Qiicntln- From Sausalito for San rancisco. WEEKDAYS. || SUNDAYS. 0.15 ii in I 1'i.05 m B.JO ii in lltOpni f.ijam -i.o.i |i in In. 10 ii in 6,80 pm 10.00 am 5.30 1> in !' 12.35 i' nl 7 lii<ia || 2.15 pm Ultra tiijis on Suturduys at 2.00 and 7.00 p.m.

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THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

THROUGH TRAINS. 8 i.i am and 3.23 pm Oaily, Suu.lays oxcopto.l, Tbruugb I'lttius from ban Hutiiel tor Uuucon Jlilts mid way itaUom, Thr.iugli Trains from liunvan MillMiu'iivuii iv ami llifnt'l «t 11,43 am uuil 5.07 inn. KI'ACSK COS-SECXIOKB. ■taBH leave Dniuun Mills every morning c *cop Monday for Htuwart'* Point, Oiialila, Point An n.i Ouffoy's Cove, Niivurru, Mt-uJucluu City, i.uJ all potato on the North Coabt. BATL'JIDAY TO MONDAY gXCUHSIOSS. Excursion UokaUioW on B»turilny», fiooil to return following Moody—Oatup Taylor fl.7.*>, l'olnt llejtg i'i.QO, Toinulis ?:j.OU, Duncan Mills?*. SUNDAY KXCUItSIOSS. 8.50 am, Hmicloys only, l!xoun>lon Train from Ban itafael for Dnni'an Mills and way stations; returnlui; iiriivi-n in San ltafai-1 at 0.48 Jim. Karea for ruiiuil trip—Ciinip TBylcr 11.80, Pulut HuyeailJo, ToinulcK 12.50, Duncan Mills $3. J. \V. COLKMAX, F.n. LATHAM, Oeu'l Bnp't. Gui'l T'ht Aijt

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San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY LXCEI'T SUNDAYS. Boat Lv» S. F. 7 45 a m Train LTi S. I">. BJO .1 in m it •♦ 8.15 am " " " B.do -'i m ii .• .• li.uo m " " " 10.80 am " •• '• g.Do a " " " 1.30 m .i ii •> r.iio piu •■ " " B.JO pin • « ii " <».!< 1p in " "■ " 6.0.> pID SUNDAYS ONLY. Hint lvs S. F. 8.00 am Train Ivh S. 11. 8.101 m M >• " 11/io am " " " ''. Ml a 1:1 ■• •' " 11.00 am " " " 13.15 p m •■ " " 1.30 pin " " " ;l '■''" 1' i" " ■• •' 6.00 pm " " " ».oopm ABOUT .14 inches of rain fell here last night, Charles Coleman and family have taken rooms for the summer at Mrs. Rety's. A fine residence is in course of erection on the hill adjoining Mr. Russell's property. An addition is being built on the rectory of Rev. Fred W. Reed, more room being required in a short time. The Cobb lot opposite Joe Loriano's is being filled in and will make a fine business property when completed. The Hay Deale...

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TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

TEACHERS’ INSTITUTE. The Marin County Teachers' Institute convened at San Rafael on Monday last. There were thirtysix teachers present at the opening of the session. Supt. Kellogg called the meeting to order at 1 P.M. The Institute organized by eIecting Robert Furlong of Richardson, Vice President and G. Hall of San Antonio, Secretary. W. H. V . Raymond of Berkley was present as lnstitute Instructor. The first day's* exercises were discussions of school programmes and how a school should be managed on the opening day of the term. Tuesday morning was occupied by Miss Agnes Stowell of Richardson who gave a practical illustratration of her method of teaching Kindergarten drawing. A dictaion exercise on a kindergarten black board was given to a class of teachers. Teaching reading in primary grades was illustrated by lady teachers having a class of young pupils. "Studies in Birds" by Miss Brown of San Rafael, and "Studies in Animals" by Miss Atwater also of the San Rafael schools, were s...

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SAN RAFAEL LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

SAN RAFAEL LETTER. (BY OUR REGULAR CORRESPONDENT.) San Rafael, May 13, '85. Ed. News.—At the present writing everyone seems to be interested in Co. D, the new military company to be mustered into Col. Ranlett's 5th Infantry Battallion, 2d Brigade, N. G. C. to-morrow night by Lt. Col. J. Mervyn Donohue. Now that the company is an assured success we feel it due to some of the officers military and civil and also the citizens committee to say that they have worked hard and constantly against many drawbacks to do for San Rafael what the town generally has been slow to appreciate. After being mustered in to-mor-row night an entertainment and ball will be given to which all are cordially invited. Leon's fine ferry string band has been engaged by Captain Lauck for the occasion and a most enjoyable time is anticipated. At. 7:30 o'clock sharp the Company will assemble at the Wigwam and march to Gordon's Opera House, where the exercises will be held. The following committees have been appoint...

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}„.»,.„„,- «■„,..(--r. H. Miiirs .hi :-•'■. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

Superior Court -- E. B. Mahon Judge. J. S. McCue vs. ex-Sheriff Tunstead —Tax bill reduced. May Evans vs. W. P. Evans—Decree of divorce. Matter of Thomas Carrey, insolvent — W. N. Anderson appointed Receiver. In the application S. H. Kiler for appraisers of the homestead of Helena Saunders -- John H. Saunders, T. B. Bell and W.. Vanderbilt appointed appraisers. John Boston vs. Houng Cheoung Wo Kee & Co. -- On trial.

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'.'., U^.ni *'>.<"»*•,';'.'!. ■,;• [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

Real Estate. John H. Surnders to Patrick Larney — Lot on Fiflth street, near Tamalpais avenue, San Rafael, nominal. E. C. Rogers to O. L. Francis— Lot 8 in block 44, Sausaltlo $70. James Smith to Henry Boyen—Lot corner of Fourth and F streets, San Rafael, nominal.

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HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week, M C Woodward Henty Simmonds J. L. Andrews &amp;amp; wife W S Walsh Chas Nainnan &amp;amp; wife J B Klrkland J Horsburg N N Judd W Stralburg &amp;amp; family Miss N Roesner Dr. J A W Lundberg Irving Lundberg E L Reese H J Davis Wm Schefield Capt Schenck Mrs Thompson &amp;amp; daughter

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POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

POSTAL. Mails Close. | MaiIs Arrive. For San Fran- ) 8,00 AM I From San Fran. ) 8,20 am cisco) 11,55 AM 3,50 pm I 11,40 am 5,40 pm SUNDAYS— CIoses at 7,50 a. m . for Sun Francisco, Arrives at 8,40 a. m. from " ADVERTISED LETTERS. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Post. office at Sausalito, Marin county, California MayI 1, 1885: To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must call for "advertised letters" giving date when published. lf not called for within one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Anselmo. Silveiro B, George Anderson. M. Asa, J. T. Bruce, Mrs. E. Bradley, Marianna Delfina, Manuel Francisco Dias, Jose A, Freitas, Mr. F. Fulgenzie, Tom Hanson, E. G. Peters, Jorge Jose de Souza, Antonio Silveira, Mrs. H. Talcott, FOREIGN . Jose Machado Mandonco Manuel de Azeredo Aloes. Avide, Manuel de Soiza Avile, Frank Machado de Souza Stephen Hubbe. JOHN sCHnELL, P. M.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

new ADVERTISEMENTS. §I|lift 1885 July 4, 1885 INDEPENDENCE ! II LT 1 i R -A. Ii ! -ydT-ii.i, nn: ci:r.;:i!K\i'i:i&amp;gt; in* ban ijafaiu; W by the Flfo I 1 p*rtiuo»l mil Cltiz»ii», with ajirnciwinn, urnllun, puna, th" Old l&amp;gt;«rl»r»tlun, tliol'nnw, O»nii a, Pnaiit, etc, Bomb, etc. Everybody is Invited, Particular! later. W. D. HOBRO, Plumber &amp;amp; Gasfltter, 728 Washington Street, Opposite (ho Plaza. San PVa.ficisco, Gal. \'i ink dune at Kiii.'.uii.ibir links. All Orders Promptly Attended to. 1)l . ' '.\OV &amp;lt; '"- I'AUT&amp;gt; 1 I18U; P. •vf-.QTTCE i? iii;i:i;.i;v '■!' K.N that tiiic -i-&amp;lt; i&amp;gt;arijiyivblp Iti-fcl'jfure c\i* hirj 1;&amp;lt; Iwti n A't'x. nin!&amp;lt;r MoLi-nl iiiri (tvo^a V, It; hMjily, mi ]■ t&amp;lt;ii firm ■■■„.-. Of JvlllK'y .c ( '.i.. 1.. v URHb)|kCllVUlllh in% r*»tirMiisiS ■' -.i.-irillli'.tiaN ; lit.- Ij.vn &amp;lt;lii*&amp;gt;'!Vu.l. TIIO lill .11" M' Mill he «■; !■■•• K. i-iiii.iiii-l...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

BORN. PEDRAZINI — In San Antonio, May 1st, wife of Louis Pedrazini, a son. DIED. BURKE — At the Orphan Asylum, San Rafael, May 7th, of Bright's disease, T. J. Burke, aged1 54 years. CELSIOR - At the County Farm, May 4th, Celsior, the oldest lndian in the county. MISCELLANEOUS; . JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON MAKER AJTD...... It L A 6 T X 8 M IT 11 . ~^*'J*"_&amp;gt;n&amp;gt;^ Wnci'iit and f'iivrl!iK'-« nep»ltcd, __SSBSI_ "'"' Jii'w '"'■' i"a''°tu "I'l' '• Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Agricultural Machinery of all Kiwis Repaired on short Notice". 0 Horse Shoeing attended to with prompt" ( DOM anil JJiH'tttch. , WATEB St., - SAUSALITO. jH_ HOTEL j£ „.-...a5d....;.. ■ R7i]STA.XJ-.l^V3Sr'T ! • 'Ufa Tim' ■ St., BAI SAI TTO% , I'uanl and Lotlgn^ by tho tiny, week or lnoutli, at Moderate Ti:i:.ms.;; ■;' Meal* Furnished «L all J fours. • Mrs. M. HUGHES, '■-"' . '■ Proprietress! "~ ■ ■ ■ » .^SAIJSALITO MAllKi'T! J. ; B.TJauatv, - - Fpopbiktok. The Pioneer IJ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

. _ ...... .WATER v PATES. NOTK ! Water H&amp;amp;t ... .AND.... . Conditions « v ,» fti h&amp;lt;; '"'''-.';'.' OP rur&amp;gt;.:. l? 1"' i&amp;lt; * v ;•&amp;gt;'■* * V *»^ ***'»JF W#i* «:'••*» ,i(f'• SAUST O ! Land - and Ferry r.rnvK of tub AIT s a LI rr 0 UXDaxd FERRY COMPANY JS ro. 410 California Bt, Jioom 9. San F/MKeisci), Jan, 2G, 188 G. KOTICJ! A3 TO WAl'Ell BATES" AND CONDITION'S, rpilE BADBALJTO LAND AND PEB.J_ ry Com puny lias tho right to claim innd estii all Iho prmlcgoa of ii Water Com* puny under (ho following el,Mi;,is of iID Articles of Incorporation, 11 l.ilinc,' to tlio : "objects null purposes fur which said com- , puny in formed," vi/.: "Building iliiims, tTiuns, aqnednct*, i reservoirs ami other slnieliin . npproprlato j , to tbo supply and distiibmi.in q{ water." "Of collecting, distributing and scllit'K water. . The Comoany Jms laloly applied to tlio Ho.ml of Bn|n fvinori of Murin. comity to' rti and ealablUh nionthfy rate* for water, to b...

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BY THE RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

BY THE RIVER. (C. R. Creapl In Detroit Free Pi-ew.j A. little while ago I was a child; A simple child, with thought* that children think, And stood with children on the river brink And only taw how gently and how mild Tin streamlet flowed; nor saw how fierce and wild In the far west, where the long sun rays drink, The ocean storm, the furious wares, would sink Some noble ship; nor knew that sin-defiled Men »tk to end their sorrows 'neath the ware. A child no more, I find myself outbourne Farther and farther from the friendly shore, And scarcely wonder that, when troubleworn, forsaken souls look here to find a grave. Alas! that I can le a child no more.

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A H*iulßlM«&e« *f Ellas Bow*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

A H*iulßlM«&amp;amp;e« *f Ellas Bow*. [Baltimore' Herald ] At the outbreak of the rebellion, when he waa a millionaire,; be enlisted as a private. to show . his patriotism and Independence. Mdneyjgrew scarce, and his regiment, • which ' was sent south, was left unpaid for three months. At the end of that time. '-Howe, in his private's uniform, one. day entered the office of "the quartermaster and asked when the soldiers of the regiment were to be paid.' "I don't' know," replied the quartermaster. "Well, how much.is owed them? blandly asked the private. "What is that to you!" said the storekeeper, with a look of surprise. "Oh! nothing," replied Howe, nonchalantly, "only if you'll figure out the amount I'll give you my check for the whole business." "Who are you?" gasped the quartermaster. "Ellas Howe, and my check is good for the pay of the entire army." The quartermaster made out his bills, and Howe gave him his check for three months' pay for his regiment. The government afterw...

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THE LADIES’ MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

THE LADIES’ MAN. The Ingrrdionti Which Go to Make Ip Hi* Competition- His !"*«&amp;lt;■. [Brooklyn Eagle 1 The ingredients which go to the composition of the ladies' man are—a good luce, white teeth, a nose that has neither sneers nor snuff about, a very moderate share of sense and an immoderate share of nonsense, mixed according to the Gratiano receipe (that is, in th« proportion of two grains of wheat to two bushels of chaff j; a voice that sounds agreeably musical in "How-d'ye-do?" in the ante-room, in a quartette or conversation in any room, or in a "good-night" at the extremity of the hall stairs; a back which can bend like * willow, a smirk that does not displace the hostess' confidential maid, hands white, long fingered and acorn nailed, if convenient, legs with some probability of calf, as much superior to the Apollo Belridore as possible,.two eyes of one color, whiskers and hair of his own growth, with washes, essences, lavender soaps, tooth picks and powders, tight wai...

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A« American on Mount Carmel. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

A« American on Mount Carmel. (Foreign Letter.] An American philistlne has built himself a house on the'topmost peak of biblical Mount Garmel. He went to dig a cistern and found one already hewn in the living rock fourteen feet deep and two feet three inches square. Ho needed a wine-cellar and found an old tomb under his house, in the brail, or coffins, in which&amp;lt;he irreverent wretch •towed bis bottles, - -■—'- " • •■■

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Butxitltnt*s for Soap. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

Butxitltnt*s for Soap. {Scientific Journal.] Specimens of pods and seeds which take the place of soap in China were exhibited V Mr. F. B. Forbes at a recent meeting of the Linnean society of London, He stated that for ordinary cleansing purposes an impure earthy soda and a lye made from wood ashes are employed, while the leaves of two plants (botanically known as Hibiscus syriacua and Gmgko biloba) are occasionally used on the head. The favorite substance, however, seems to the "feitsao ton" or "fat black beans" (Gymnooladus chinenals). The roasted pods are used for washing clothes as well as for bathing, and women cleanse their heads with the seeds. Pods of Gleditschia Binensis (known to the Chinese as "tao-ohlo") are boiled to prepare a washing Infusion al. o much employed. :..'•:

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BRILLIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

BRILLIANTS. 'Til mad idolatry To make t'. service greater than the Gad. —[Shakes pearu. O Death I ill eloquent I you only prove What dust we dote on when 'tis man we love. -[Pope. No victory comes of all our strife— From all Tie grasp the meaning slips; The Sphinx sits at the gate of life, With the old question on her awful lips. — [Wuittier. Up to the ace of thirty we spend our yoara like change; But creeping up towards the forties, as fast as the old years fill, And Time steps in for payment we seem to change a bill. —[Holmes.

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A TROLOGY IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 14 May 1885

A TROLOGY IN BOSTON. Ilia Or.'utt Starry Soleao* Rallared in by ft Great Many People. [Boston Herald.] A gentleman who has given some attention to the matter, not au astrologer or a believer in tho science, said the other d»y: "We know now many things regarding the stars that 100 years ago were unknown to the savants of Lurope, though the occult adepts of Hindostan probably had the matter at their fingers' ends at a period when Europe was sparsely peopled by semi-human savages and cave bears. We now know that the magnetic storms in the sun affect the health of the entire human population of our globe, and that, whether being born under certain astronomical signs has anything to do with character and destiny or not, it still remains true that powerful causes 90,000,000 miles away determine whether many thousands of men shall live or die. The sun is the greatest star of our solar system, and it has beyond dispute an influence on human destiny, though perhaps not in the astrological se...

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