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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. ~A. R. SILVA'S BESTAXFBANT and SALOOH. d* W Meals at all Hours. Dak Sii'i'i.iKii with Bmnot Ev*byTUIXO. Opposite llailroad Wharf. BAUSALITO, - - Cnl. A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A. WILLIAMS, —riiOPltlETOR — Yacht House HESTAURAKT and Eoarding House. SeBVHS Eyekv Sr.MiAV THE I&gt;l&gt;T Clam Chowdeb a the State. Give me (t call. . ' . ■ \V. A. WILLIAMS, ■ Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD ■ GLEN ! $OTEL 7»]D nCQK GROUNDS! Tliis Ptetareaqua ipot hM be«n put iv thorough repair bj the Proprietor. : —— The Hotel haa been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wine 3 and liquors. Tlicro li no more charming iMMf witLin fifty uiiii'H of .Him FnaeUoo. EDWARD STABJj, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAIS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..By the.. DAY, WEEK, OE MONTH, At Reasonable Itates. Tho Bar is Supplied with Good "\Vine3, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, Peoprietoks. TAMA...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. J ft DEALER IN-— GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries Dry Goods ■ * Hardware TINWARE, I BOOTS and I shoe! BLA NICKTS. LIQUOR, TOB4( I CO and CIGARS. ( f.Kus Dkuvebjcd to i l'.Vlil- OK SaVSAJ.ITO PHI OF | ChABOBi I hnvo a now, onvefully sclecttH and complete lino ol gonetfl merchandise nnd un selling a cJ rates. fc Tb« puttie patroiug* li rrrpectfullx m-li.-itj v Staxu, Watkr St., Saisaj.it F. FIEDLEK, Phop, I PIOUBBB BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - (| .. A LAROE VAMETT OF BPLKSDID.. I Whitehall, Fisiiixo and lli'xu|| Boatb. j The l»r(je *n&lt;l comfortable PlQDjier, | MERMAID ! With to eiperlrnceil Fibln rni«n in rbtrge, r"JB engaged to Ulto pirtlei to tbe t'iibluK Oroonl^l Sportamen uiil I'k'uun Seekera will llml ""'■l ni'.Kt complete Hooting and Flailing E»tabliit»«.M iv the vl&lt; iuity ol San Franclwo. .V large Assortment of Kisliiß Poles, Fishing Tackle, IL»o&gt;g Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., P| Constantly on Hand. I TEKMS' MODERA.TK. I A branch of thi...
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing APRIL. 26, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
N. P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE C ommencing APRIL. 26, 1885. From San Francisco for Sausalito St. San Rafael WKKK DAYS. SI NDAVS. 7.30 urn a.'JUpm 8.00 in ¥.18 p 9. kin 4.50 p m 10.011 a m 4,4iipm 11.00 m G.-O i&gt; in 11. v m G.UO ii iv l.ilO p 111 E«tra trip on Patnrdaya nt 1.30 P m. From San Rafael for Sausalito San Francisco WKF.K DAYS. I SUNDAYS. (1.1.1 am *ll»Him | *3.05 a m •J.Wpm •7.45 1&gt; in ♦S.Mpin *10.10 I.BJpni ♦3,20 ill *4.50 pin Ti.ui) m *C,aupni *1.35 p in •Extra trip od Saturday! at l.'-"&gt; r.». TraiuH niiulcuil thus (*) start from S:.n Qncmin From Sausalito for San rar.ci3co. WEEK DAYS. 1 1 SUNDAYS. (f.4« n m I 12.05 p m ! 8.40 nin 4i)o)iiii H. 15.i in j 4.00 pin l(i.jr&gt; nin B.SO pra lU.Olani I 6.30 pui 13.8.1pm 1.15 pin [ | 2.15 pm Cltrt trips on Saturdays ut L'.OO nnd 7.00 P.M.
THROUGH TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
THROUGH TRAINS. H.15.1H1 and 3.23 pm dnlly, Bimdayi axcepte.V Thniugh l'ruins from Itafael for JJuiicnu Mills mill way itttlooi, Through Tralaa rrom liiranui Millsiu'rivuii iv Sun llatuil it 'J.ri urn and 5.07 pin. KTAiiK COMKffnOKli atasca Icbtb Pune.in Mill* every mornltig rxcep Moinliiy for Htewuit'a Pi int. Uualila. I'nlut Arinii Ouifey'B Cove. Nuvnrro. Menducino City, i.ud all [ points on tho North Coast. BAlI'imAYtulMON-DAY «XCOH«O!H. [ Excursion ticket; boM on ButnrdnyN, ko&lt;i,i to re. f turn ftilltiwiii',' Moiiduy—Oiimp T.iylnr *1.78 l'ujnt ' ltoyeg 13.00, Toraalua 13.00, Duncan MIUm fJ. BT7NPAY KXcrr.Biosn. I 1.(0 r.ru, Hmnl:i.vs only, Kvini n Twin from Hnti '■ itafarl foTjJnni'au HIIIh anrl whj tutioni ntnru- ■ lnj!Biiivi-8 In Bin lUfsel »l ''•■&lt; ■ : m. l.mx for ruiitiil trip—Gimp Tuylor H.B I, r ilnt IltyuK $1.75, TtuiiHloH f3.Ao, DullCHll Mills :; &gt;. J W.COLRMAN, F, IS. r.ATN IV, Ocii'l Sup't. _ Qou'l T'kt A«t
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. DAILY EXCKI'T SVNDAYS. Jkmt l.vs 8. Fi 7 4!&gt; a m Trnln I.vi S. K. fl.an a in ' " " 0.18 a m " " " Si»»lii •• ■■ •• w.on in " " - " 1" 10 1.. ii ii v 3.:ti) pn, '. m " Mill |i in ■ • ■&gt; " r..nn p iii '■ " " 3. in pi" &lt;• •■ '■ (t.ii) pm! " ■: '• 1.09 pm ~~~~ SUNDAYS ONiiV. tout lvn 8. F. 8.00 a m Train lvs 8. I&gt;. 8.10 n in » ■• " tt.llOsllll " " " D.tOa in •• ■• " 11.00 am; " " " ll.lSpu •• " •• i,;io pmi " " " DO p m •• ■■ ■• H.OUpml " " " OOOp in Mrs. S. Levy and family have taken rooms for the summer at Madame Retty's. The Smith family have left the El Monte and taken Captain Stephen's pretty cottage near the Clubhouse. There will be a grand bon-bon party and ball at the S. F. Y. C, House Wednesday evening, June 24, 1885. Mr. William Reade has commenced building a small cottage on the bluff adjoining the "El Monte' Billiard Parlor. E. J. Le Breton and family have taken the Reid cottag...
YACHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
YACHTING. On Sunday in the trip down the Chispa had her foresail and the jack stay on the gaff carried away. In going up the foresail was kept down by the carrying away of one of the gaff strops. Although off the ways but one month there is now a three inch growth of grass and barnacles, completely covering her bottom. This is attributed to the repainting with a new quality of paint. Her disadvantages caused her to keep out of the run and she came in through Raccoon straits to her moorings. She goes on the ways again for repainting. The White Wing ran into the Startled Fawn at her moorings last Saturday but did not injure her much. The sloop Annie run down the boat of the barkentine Marion last Sunday completely demolishing it. SausalitoLodge No. 20, A. O, U. W. has elected the following officers for the ensuing term, who will be installed by District Deputy Nichols on the last Thursday in June: Past Master, M. Hannan, MasterWorkman, Dr. W. Jenningson. Foreman, John Derr , Overseer,...
Superior Cuiirl--K. 11. M.uion .luclg*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
Superior Corut--E. B. Mahon Judge. P. B. Hewlet vs. Chas. Martin—Trial commenced, and continued until Juue 16th. Matter of Thos. Currey, Insolvent—Petitiou for order of sale set for hearing June 15th, and publication ordered. Gabrel Feutren vs. Margaret Feutren — Default of defendant to answer entered. Geo. J. Hood vs. E. Wormouth—Demurrer overruled for want of prosecution, with ten days leave to answer. Joseph W. Taylor vs. P. Fox et al—Demurrer overruled. PROBATE. Estate of Catherine E. Blowers, deceased —M. O'Connor, W. J. Miller and E. Eden appointed appraisers, and notice to creditors ordered published. Estate of Charles L. Weller, deceased— J. W. McCarthy, John S. Wllliams and Geo. W. Cameron appointed appraisers. Estate of Catherine Fisher deceasedMatter of partial distribution continued to August 31st, Estate of Albert E.Nott, deceased—Petilion of Fileda Nott for letters of administration set for heariug June 15th. The saddest accident we have had to chronicle occurred at Th...
ICi-iil l>n.t.. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
Real Estate. A. and W. H. Jewell to H. Richmond — 681 acres in Point Reyes Township, and lot in Coleman Tract. San Rafeal, $800 Conveylng one-twentieth interest. Wm, Reade to Helen F. Thomas— Lot in Sausalito, $5. P, Mulvenay to M, Hagerty--Lot in Tomales, $100. M. Hagerty to P. Mulvenay— Lot In Tomales, $100. Mt. Tamalpais Cemetery to Mary A Scott—Burial lot. $60.
HOTEL ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
HOTEL ARRIVALS. Registered at the "El Monte" Hotel last week, miss Annie Jennlngson H Downs, . Mrs Gray Smith, Miss Sarah H Smith, Mrs S Loupe &amp; daughter , Miss May L Smith, Thos J Jeffries andl wife C G Butler, T H Smith, M I. Doe E A Hatherton, Gaylord Wilshire, Mrs Eaton, H A Greene and wife, Miss Lolita Monteverde, H J Davis, Dr NorMan, William Reade, J M Miller, Catp Hanlin and wife, Ed Russell Morris, C Mitchell Grant, L J Harrison, Ugo Talbo, J Zoberbier, Edgar S Kelly, Chas Mathieu, Mrs J H Jones, Miss Thorn, Miss May Thorne, Mrs S Marshall Mrs Carrol Cook, A C Greenbaun, Dr J G Borchier. J R Whittaker &amp; family, F E Montevede &amp; family, H Spaulding, Geo D Davis, Charles Dore, Miss Jennie Chalmers, Miss Ava Erzgraber, Miss Maggie McDade, MrsG H Huntsman and Daughters, Miss Cassie Stevens &amp; sisters.
POSTAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
POSTAL. M»ll» ClofC i Mnilii Arrive. For Ran Fran- ) H.nn ah I I'rom Ban Fran.) K.QO «M C i,,. ( , ( n.6.1 am I Cl*ou 11 I" am ) 3.50 i-M I | B.JOi'M SUNDAYS— «t 7.50 A. M.. for San Fraui'ltco, Arrlvi-s ut I.W a. m. from " ADVEKTI.SKD i.ktii.ks. List of unclaimed letters remaining in the Postoffice at Sausalito, Marln county. California May 1, 1885: To obtain any of these Ietters the applicant must call for "advertised letters" giving date when published. If not called for wiihin one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. A M Allspaugh, Thomas Jackson, J C Foster, Gustave Johnson, Eldie Gillespie, Mamuel Victorino Jorge, Mr Gan, Jose S lveira Bittancorte Guadalupe Gerailia, Machado, John J Henderson, Joseph U Magrath, FOREIGN Joao Francisco de Bitan- Manuel Vousalves da Silva corte, Bairos, Jose de Fretas Novo, Marie de Rezario, Quong Sun Fai, Quong Goon Lung, Quong Sun Hie, Kong Mow Co, 2, Ting Wing Lung, John Schnell, P. M.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
BORN. DAVIES— In San Rafael, June 3d, wife of Walter J. Davies, a son. MARRIED. CATER-BOWERS—In San Rafael, May 31st, by Rev. W. H. Stor, George P. Cater of San Francisco. and Fannie J. Bowers of San Rafael. No Cards. GOWANS - REEDLE - At the Presbyterian Church, San Rafael, Rev, Arthur Crosby, June 3rd, Andrew Gowans and Martha Beedle, both of Fairfax, REED-AVERY--In Sausalito, May 25th, Rev. F, W, Reed and Miss E . Avery. DIED ROACH— In San Rafael, May 20th Arthur Roach, a natlve of Pennsylvania, aged 1 year and 6 months. ALLENDER — Near Sausalito, May 30th, by accidental gunshot, Mrs. Kate Allender, a native of Illinois, aged 22 years, i new advertisements! THK SEASIDE EBSOR T ! FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS. WISES, LIQOOBS AND CIGARS. rt'X&gt; ITAVINO BK ESTABLISUED" MY '■'iil==ia l)"" '" ill'lll't ' I ri'spi'i-ttiilly ufiSags/soiii'it I In' fi'l'mi r .li"ii;i:;-' ot my ftii'Uilii toil tin- ill nil public. • THOS. RYAN, Prop. j^gzj* THE j*&amp;k SAN RAFAEL Ex...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. W. D- HOBRO, Plumber &amp; Gaslei, 728 Washington Street, Opposite the rinzn. San Francisco, Cal Work done nl itcitßonnble Rritef. All Order* I'roini tly Attendod to. PACKET LINE The Schooner %*Pax*z*aa, fi C.VI'T. Ciiuih Mullek. WILL LEAVE Jackson St. Wharf —EVERYTUESDAYAND F RID A V FOR SAIiSALITO. Carrjhig Lumber »n&lt;l o&lt;neral Froiglit ami Herchanillae. CIIKIH iHJIXEB.ttopUIB, JOSEPH M. JEWETT, WAGON MAKER AND BJt* A GK SMITH. Wuroih »nil CnrriaKim Repaired, *^g^y am] Nov oihh maJo to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Agricultural Machinery of all Kind* Repaired on short Notice. OHorae Shoeing attended to with l'rompt. in sr- and Diiipatcu. WATER St., - SAUSALITO. HOTEL AND RESTAURANT ! WATER St., SAUSALITO. Board and Lodging by the day, week or montlh, at MODERATE TERMS. Meals Furnished at all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice Wines, Liquors and Cigars. HARRY ROWSON, - Pror. FOR SALE! Watbb Stkekt PnornuTY. A ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
WATER lUTES. : NOTICE! Water Rateg ....AND.... Conditions ...,OF THE.... SAtTSALiTd Land and Ferry coiMiiF^rtsrir. orrtcK of Titft BAUBA L I T d I.AN!) am. FIMUU" COMPANY Ko. 419 California St, jioom 9. San Fiiani iscii, Jan. 20, 1885, NOTICK AS TO WATKIt KATKS AKD OOMDITIOM/ rpilE SAISALITO LAXI) AND FEU_l_ ry Compnny lins (b« rij&gt;ht to cliiim nod exert all Ilio privileges of a Water Coru&lt; puny under tlic following oIMMI of i! 9 AriiclcH of Incorporation, relating to tho "objects nml purposed for which suiil company is formed." viz: "Unildiug Humes, dnms, nqnednrtt,' rvuln ami other Rtvnctnrea npproprinto to tlio Biipply nod distribution of Mater." , "Of collecting, distributing aud selling water." . Tbe Company Ims 1/itoly 'applied t.&gt; tho Board of Snpprvtiion of Murin county to rix Diid ettiiblUb moutbly rates for water, to be flriiL;. and oolleoted by ilns Company. Tin- Donrd of Bnperviaori decided tbnt they lind no juiUdiction. iih this Compnny....
FIRES IN “SKY-SCRAPERS.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
FIRES IN “SKY-SCRAPERS.” •Ite "Ftra-RKtincnlaher" the La*t Iliiue Tfc»«g't' of—"Firfi Proof" litilMin-:*. IChlcago Times.] There is some sort of apparatus dssigued , fur extiajfutehing incipient fires in almost •very high building in this city, but the fhan"w ara that there U not a person in the building that understand} how to use it in case at need. . The directions for use in a lire may be plain and comprehensire, and they nay afford all the information needed. ferhaps some person stopping in the tuildUg read them as a matter of curloiity when the apparatus was first pat in. If such was the case, tha prospect is that he forgot all that he ever knew about them in afa days. I fl* never experimented with the new- ! tangled fire extinguisher to ascertain ''how toe old ttuog worked," and would probably be afraid to use it for fear of injuring his person or clothes. The first thing that a woman is likely to do when a flre break* out in a building is to scream. . The first thins; the ma...
THE BLOSSOMS OF THE SEA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
THE BLOSSOMS OF THE SEA. [Battrort Minturn Feck.) Wt.«re ocean crag* are lifting Tti»ir rugged head* on high. Wbore silver sands are ((lifting Beneath tbe isnmniei 1 sky, tJpon the emerald Mllow», like dailies uu tkelea, Behold the laughing bubbles-*-the triOHcmu of tbe K-a, O richer than the rose?, By lUjorae fingens tiwl, O purer than tbe posies That crown tbe happy bride, No mortal hand may cull them; tliay were not born to be Tbe toys of idle beauty—the blos=ou».« of th« sea. No Arctic cold can chill tbem However keen it blow, No tropic heat can kill tbem, Howerer fierce it glow; &lt; Their loiter never wither*; with garland* ' glad and free, They gird tbe world with beauty—tli* bios aomj' t the sea. When hostile flags are ilingiue ' Tbair soorn from sail to sail. And shot and ehell are winging With death upon the gale hen gallant eyes grow brighter an 1 cowards fain would flee They flash in fearless millions—tbe bIoMOOH of the sea. Aod when the battles ended That storme...
The Coming American Actre»». [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
The Coming American Actre»». [Clilcaco Times.] The coming actress must be bought in the south. Tbe Florida Herald says: 'Under tfa* softer skies and balmier air of the farther south, in the glow of it 3 fervid sun, a young glijl ia growing up, tall, stately, beautiful, with the passionate throb of geniu» in her breast, and ia her radiant eyos the glow of protnli» an rich as the rosa bud's hop*. I We expect to tee her at the hea of American actresses, and it is proper that the passionate south sbould give her birth.'' The future of this stately beauty with the "passionate throb of genius' 1 might 1 c more easily - foretold if it were known who will aifju her stage wardrobe, and how eztonmttfitobs.
Sea. Coster's In act lon to Dakota. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
Sea. Coster's In act lon to Dakota. ; , [Otobe-DemocratßookßeTlew.] Tho introduction to Ilakota • when ttie Seventh calvary arrived there, under i Custor's aommand, in April, IS .and piteuwl its teats near Yanktofi, was a specially,. forUdding one, , It was a cold aftsraoon, the wind was blorriag keeuly, the wty had •uiin • •us streaks in it, and at night a blizkaM «*me 00. t The soldiers were ordered jmW town with their honea, only a camp-jniird being left behind; and the general ami -'iii» trite remained near by m a chance cansf&gt; op' tte open prairie. The storm' ragfd v f6r thirty-six hours as only a storm can rage in Dakota, where there are J "eight - months of winter and four of very late in the fall," aud mo communication could be had with the town, only a mile away. The enow aune down in great 6wlrling sheets, and drifted against the cabin in such a way as almost to cover it Soldiers who bed lost . their i way I came and had |to Ut l»t ■• in, „•. bewildered - and ue...
BRILLIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
BRILLIANTS. 'Tis mad idolatry To make t service groater thau ilie Gk&gt;i. — [Nhakosiwtirw. '■ O Death! 11 eloquent I you only prove ' What dust we doto on wb«n 'tis nmn w«lovt». — ll'-M'l-No victory couiss of all our slrife— From all we grasp the nieaniii^ dip*; The Sphinx alts lit tbe gate ot lif i&gt;. With the oH question on her awful lip*. — [Whittier. Up to the as;o of thirty we speud o«r yeari like change; , But creeping up towanls the forties, as fast a.* tb« old years till, ,\inl Time steps In for payment wo s-eam to chango a till. " —[Holme".
POETIC INDIAN NAMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
POETIC INDIAN NAMES. ; 'Ah.- llianklftt* TMh }Vifoinu&gt;&lt;l by tin' lt'nniicln«i —Literal TriinMatioii. [CliftiloKton News and Courier. 1 It is not that tho savage of old times j has changed—wo are only coming to I know him bettor. Chingachgook and Uncas and Hiawatha and l'owhatau. I and all tho rest of thorn, wero the samu : as their descendants and representatives • of to-day, only wo look at them afar off, ' through tho cloudy, softening atnio.-*- --; phere of fiction and of history which la but little better than fiction. The noblo rod man of to-day eats grasshoppers and .seldom bathes, and thoro is good reason to believe that Rod Jackett and King Philip wore not insensible to the attracI tions of roast dog as an article of diet. I The poetry with which tho race has been I invested does not pertain to them. It I had its origin and end in the imagination | of those who have rhapsodized concern- ! ing them, and the true, original savago was ever and romains a he...