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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. SCHWIxiSAU'S GROCERY j BAKERY. Tho Grocery E»taMislmicnt contain" tho bes» of •vtrytbing at Ri« lowe t price*. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, WIN i:s, i.'IGARS, UKKR. Of «lt ile».-rliit!i im ruin.lnnil/ "" lia«>U Special Attention [■called to tii.' hcl rbi I I haw resume,' the managrnicut of my Buki ry. by far thu beat apj'umti-d in Ban lUfafl, and m.i prapsred t.. iuniis.li patrons With tlie llniht BREAD AND CAKE Those who rome toonr nno pl(m«teiti ifsrch J>f health ulinnld m-Hist imtiirc by (ntim: fiy thi rongnlydtgOHtlhlo ■•Btaffof life." f s( . in v,,,H A r . DAMONTE'S Magic Polish FOB OLBAKIMQ GOLD, SILVER, Copper, Briiss, Tin, '/Auc. Glnss, WOOD AND PAINT. Dirkctions—Apply with moiit cloth niid rub quickly with iliy flannel or chatnoir Every packag* warrnnted. For Hale everywbeie. PUT UP BY HOUSTON JONEB. SCHNEIDERKEEPS _Tt.._ A. C. MEYERS. MATTRESSES Renovated Equal to New OABPETB Taken Up, Cleaned and Rclaid! KALSOMINING And Paper Hangin...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885

InvaJids'Hoti Institute BUFFALO, IST- "2". «rj*:iiilzed with a fnll Staff of clshtcen Evprrirnccil and Skillful Physician* aud Surtcons for llic treatment Qt all Chronic Discuses. GOB FIELD OF SUCCESS. Clirouic Nasal Catarrh. Throat and Ijhiisj KUBoa*e«i, L,lvcr and Kidney Dlaeaaca, Bladder DUcases, IVlmoumom ol° Women, lllooil l>lHea»csaud Nervous Afiociions, cured bore or at home, with or without eccinif tho patient. Come and ioe U3, or send ten cents in flumps for our "Invalid!*' Guide Book," Which gives "" '""""'"' ' NcrV on nobility, t1........ tci:c>. Nortiirnnl t^oNgcm, DELICATE nmlniriHorbicl Conditions niQCJICrQ Hob end Ponilclous Soilu!ltrvijr.o. farjr practices niu speedilj ■■■iiiml and permanently cured by oui Specialisti. Book, post-paid, 10 eta. In stamps, „.,.i,,, Kupturc, or Breach, radinil in,.. ..-..,. oatly cure d without tlio knife, I RIIPTiIRF without tnisscs, without pain I liuriunb. | on(1 W ithout dumrcr. Cures "ii«»m.»iiii«»l &l...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885

ta T II E SAUSALITO Lti FERRY COWIpJ ]N OTIC Ell The sausalitola! and Ferry Company often Lands for Sale in I Building I Lot 1 BLOCK I .. . .AND. . . J\ ere I 3aicel AND ITS | Water Frol i, o rr S, On Uasy Terd The North Pacific Cd Railroad Company's line road traverses the entire N ron t —over three mil stheCompan)'s land, brin. all parts of the property wi quick traveling distance oi j Francisco—Thirty minutes f I wharf to wharf. the.. . I—W A- TE £ AND LANDSCAPE ViE\ UNEQUALED BY A Around San Francisco. . The locality is nealtl] in the JUjhest de£n The Soil Warm and F ductive. .. ■ ■ ■ v.zc frjn Flowing Sprin Pure and Plentil-l—tur nished from the Company's Reservoirs ( and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATE*. For all information in gard to ites, Prices « Terms, Pleasfl apply to the Secret&amp;amp;rj the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Callf&amp;lt;# Street, san FrancUco, TUKDAYS AND TBe""" 1 AT THB COMPANY'S orric* I«* ' or THE COMPAMT'« w«* Rf SAUBALITO. ROBERT GEORGE, f.', Secret* 1)<...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

The Sausalito News. Npmbm 19 SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CAUtfOBNIA, THURSDAY^ JUNE 18, 1885. VOLUMI 1

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PLAGUE OF INSECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

PLAGUE OF INSECTS. A STORY CF GRASSHO°PERS' RAVAGZS IN A KANSAS VILLAGE. • On Ilie lUilroitd TracU— St&amp;lt;&amp;gt;i&amp;lt;|ilii« it I'un--••in;, i Train—A Be*M of DestHM tlou Never Before Mi nimiil of- Ju it-.- Kitchen. [Cor. New Vurk Tribunal "It h ini|(i Kiti!« for one who lms uuvei t«en the grH£sli&amp;lt;i}&amp;gt;iier iv all In* glory ami vi|for," said an old resident of Kunsa-, "tn n»ali:'.- what a viitation from tliw p'ii'« means to the farnver-. ' here. AVhen I llrcairns here t&amp;lt;i live the neighbors us&amp;gt; I to tell me about' what they hail luistiitl ihrou^li, *nd I laugk.d them to &amp;gt;ru. Their storle* of tiainit - being, stopped by " bopi&amp;lt;er», mid whole field' of coin being defttroye'l in n singl'- day,"*seem3d to me to ha i.'mply absurd; bat I was destined to learn by liitler experience that half had not bna toM me. When I looked at one of the narratont iv an incredulous manner, he would say: 'Well, I think you...

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TOGETHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

TOGETHER. Tlie winter wiud is walllnj, aid au_l low, Acrcai t!i;i lake and through the rustllug seil^e; The rplen lor of tbe golden after-glow, ■ 'uins through the blackness of the givnt yew helga; And tliii I teat on cart!) nnd i" tlm sky— "We ought n be tn^llur, you r.n 1 I." itupt tbr. lUZII Its rosy changes into dark, Fades nil ' tb.i «rjst; an 1 through-the • - sho lowy treo-i.. . ! „./., An,l in tha silent niilanls of the pirk, .'. Civepi the soft sighing of tha rising l.'iwz'j: It. i!.&amp;lt;«, but echo to my weary sigh, - "We ought to be together, you nnl I." My band is lonely for yourjllaapiag, dear, My ar is tire I. wai ma; for yjur call; I want your Itreujth to help, your laugh to cheer, Heart, soul, and seaMt, need you, one and all. I droop without your full frank syuipstiiy — Wo ought to be toother, you an.l I. We want each other so, to comprehend '»••?■'.". The dr^am, tho hoixt, things planned, or seen, or wrought; Compinion, comforter, aud guide, nnd : friend, ' ...

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A PERUVIAN ENTERPRIZE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

A PERUVIAN ENTERPRIZE. —————— ■'-■.■• --. f* Mnyor &amp;lt;lraco'i» lirotlier Will r»ni|dt)t« tilt) Work Mint ltulned Henry AleleE«. [New York Sun.] The lust miiil from Peru brought tlm details of tho contract entered into by the Peruvian govominant by Mr. M. I. Grace, of the firm of W. K. Grace &amp;amp; Co., for the. completon of the Oioya railroad and its extension to Corro de Pasco. The Oroya r ad was contracted for with Mr. Henry Mcii ia 18&amp;lt;)9. According to tho a^ratiiient a track was to l&amp;gt;o laid from Mma to Oroyu, a village 1M miles northeast of Lima, in the heart of the Anlos, and only a few milos f m OetTO de I'asco. which contains one of thj richest de[K«its of silver in the world. Cerro de. Pasco is 18.SJ0 feet abov.) tbe sea. Mr. Meiggs begin lay ing the tracks of thU road within a few months after tha siguitiK of tha contract with the government. It was In reality a government onterpi-i»(&amp;gt;. Mr. Moigg-i was to receive #;7,(W00,&...

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Anecdote of Hiinton. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

Anecdote of Hiinton. [Alrx. H. Sweet.] When Bam Him^t in was president of the republic, the congress of Texas took exception to Houston Icing in tho habit of giving them bis messagos orally, and insisted th it he should write tl.em out,; that the habit of delivering them orally was highly dictatorial, and lacking in respect for eongres-. Hou-ton agreed to conform to 'he wishes and as the next day was the one set apnrL for the delivery of hi- inaugural, be made his appaarance in the hitlU of congre*-: with a roll of paper in his hand, tied with rod tape, and marked in large letters, "laauguraL" He addressed them with the roll in his hand, waving it gracefully that all might see it, and on concluding handed it with a bow to tbe clerk, and strode out of tho chamber. On being opened it was found to be a roll of blank paper.

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How the Mexican War Hegan. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

How the Mexican War Hegan. [Chicago Journal.] Our Mexican war began somewhat in Urn same way as this which soeun now to be impending between Kn sia and Groat Britni'i. After the aunexation of Texas to tiie Uniie 1 (States, Mexico claimed that the river Ne'ice I nus the southern line of Texas, while we claimed that the trua boundary win the Rio Granda There was a broad t.trip of ili.puted country between the two riveri Our government sent troops into it to occupy it, and Mexico sent an army into it to re -iii. These got into collision, there was a smart light at Palo Alto, and tuen war was declared to exist by the act of Mexico. Tl at Li the way big wars come from email beginnings. _ .._.__.. A mint, the most tiresome thin; i suj in cue jowspuper* is the piece soil in job-lut-; MUM tuo "Business Outlook." All the pacers have l«, Some of them put it iv OBM » uontli or ortenor.

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DOWN IN GEORGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

DOWN IN GEORGIA. Thu Ctaattiahooohee—Misdirected Agriculture—The High Georgian*. [Beadle in Cincinnati Enquirer.! Four miles from Gainesville we forded the broad Chattahoochee, about as large there as the Big Miami at its mouth—no slourh of a stream, though near its head. It is an odd fact that this stream runs on a ridge through all the tipp &amp;gt;r half of its course; it* water level in many places is much higher than valloys on each side of it, and but a few hours' ride distant But it is iv a trough and shut off from those lower valleys by higher ridges. It was pleasing to notice how regularly, as we de cended from the mountains, the improve m»nt m farm fixings kept even with our descent, till at last, in the broad v 'Iny, we found frame house) and bartw big enou^u to fill one bin in Indiana. In fact I snw two burin near the ('liattuhoo lte&amp;gt; which would have be?n big enough for a forty-a mm renter "on sheers" iv ths Waba«li valley; but these were the finest I hav...

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He Bad the Hone !»••»■ v. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

He Bad the Hone !»••»■ v. [Arkaosaw Traveler.) "Look out, won't yer'f" exclaimed au old negro, addressing hii horse. "Mine who yer's slouberin' on. I alias noticed dat when er pusson slobbers on yer, he ain't gwine ter stop at dat, but Is gwine furder." Just then the horse kicked the old negro, sending him sprawling on tbe ground. "Oar, didn' I tall yer bo I" be exclaimed, scrambling to his feet and shaking his flat "Ketch me in er lie, will yer! bah? Eber heah me tell er lie! No yer didu', but nober mine. Time I add down dem oats yer won't feel like han'lin dem hoofs so mighty free. Him got into de habit o' kicitiu' mo onct an' I kep' on er addin' down his oats. Ho wux er mighty pig headed boss, so he kep' on er klckin' an' I kep'on er adJin' down his oats. Now whar is he! Layin' out yander in the bone yard. Yer-e'f be out dar ef yer doan mine. Wboa, heah now, an' lemma git oo yer." Just as be seated himself on the horse's back, the animal kicked up and threw him off with a jar tha...

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A Chance for Immortality. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

A Chance for Immortality. [Chicago Herald.] The honor of naming a newly disc &amp;gt;vere J planet may now be bought for $'£tX The well-known Viennese astronomer, Mr. Palisa, who '»st year discovered six fresh small planets, offers to name the latest found after an&amp;gt; one who will give him the above amount toward the expenses of an expedition he wants to fit out for obserrin? the eclipse of the sun in August, ISSft, Here, suggests somo one, is an opportunity for , some devoted swaiu to pay a perfectly invel compliment to bis lady love.

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Thought He Wa* Square. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

Thought He Wa* Square. [Chicago Ledger.] t-« "And so your bookkeeper has slid, ba* he." "Yes; he's joined the gang." "Well, that does get me. I never would have thought it" "No more did I. I baukei ou him big, and never for a moment suspected him." "Nor me. I've known him for a long time, and I thought be was about as square as you could get 'em. Pshaw 1 I'd a trusted my owa d&amp;lt;&amp;gt;2 with him for a whole week, an i uevei felt uneasy a tingle minute. I actually would." - . ■ --AlDharetta, a young (Jeorgia city, with a population of two hundred, has five lawyers, or one for every thirtynine persons.

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BRILLIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

BRILLIANTS. Üb, what a pr«6lous book the one wouM be That tanght observers what they're Ml fc&amp;gt; fee" -(Hotem O for the white plume floating Sad Zutpben's Bald *boreTbe lion heart in battle, The woman.) heart la lor* I —[Witfttfar. Th«i«'.i a nilgUty temptation, the growth at age, Deep set in the life of to-day; There Is falsehood, that stalneth the worM'* printed page, . Tliat leadeth In dishonor's way. to be true to the best that lies ia our power. T&amp;lt;» be trua to the right, is the need of the) hour. —[Slla Dare. What. » ntrang* moment will that be&amp;gt;, Mv soul, bow full of curiosity, ■ 'Whan wiDMd Rml ready for. thy eternal : Bight, ' i in llta utmost edges of thy tottering d*jr, Hovering aud wishing longer stay, ■. ■ Thou shalt nl v*noe and hare eternity la.. , sight) "•'-■■• . . . • ; Wlihii just about to try that unknown eea, What a strange moment that will bet —[Norrl* of P«mb»rtoo.

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RULES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

RULES AND REGULATIONS Adopted at a lUr«ut M«tl«c tk« U«M* Kiln Club, at IMtMtt.' ' [Detroit Fr»* Prw«.J Brother (»ardner aanounead that Ui« Wlowing and rtgttlatiou would b* la foroe from May 1: -.:. , uKo member allowed to remove hi* boots or shoes during a session on account of cail blains. . &amp;gt; ..-■&amp;lt;.■■ , . ■ ' "Any member removing a book from the library without glring his name will be Hoed not less than 19,000 nor mar* than fT.WO. according to the ralue of the work. •Members will not to permitted to disouw pollticjor religion ia the hall, but saajr freely talk borne and lay the foundation far dog fights. 'The presiding officer is to be addressed a* ■Ml*ser President, 1 and not as 'Speaker* ox 'Cha/rman, his rank being the same as tfce president of the state senate. "While member* are not prohibited (ram eating onions for supper on the night of tiae club, their attention Is called to the fact that I.iinburg*r cheese i» a good tfcinj to break in on a monotony....

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Qaeer Cylinder MmnA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

Qaeer Cylinder MmnA. tAAhtabula Telegraph.) ■ i ii.i luoat ramarkakla accidant ia&amp;gt; utf ex parlenoe," aaii Bupariataodant Couch la *■- wor to the question, "happen*! on tte I Maw Caitlaroad to tha trtckJDaeter. He til running down grade oa • hand-«kr and making faat time. Tb« U»\ glow:, of twilight wu all that waa left to Ulnßiae . the icana. Suddenly the man saw the aaeau «t tha two cylinder beadt of a locanotiv*. The light falling on thair bright , awfaoaa tended to dlaoloaa them first of all. Reall* ing that tha angina waa cleaa on him, aad th«t what he did must be doao quiokty, \ a* tprang from hU hand-car aad nlnairt down a high anbankmant Be itruck on a pile of •tones and sustained aerat* but aot ratal lajuries. • : i' ' Curious to know what train had baa* at that point at that hour, he mada inquiry and found that there was no train. T%e cylinder heads that he supposed ba saw war* dinner palls. Two - seotlvn nan were re turning home from work, walking ona on either a...

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A Wew Vm for Asbestee. – . – [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

A Wew Vm for Asbestee. - . - [Scleßtlflc AOKIOM.] In the processes connected with dyeing and printing of cotton cloth tt il trvquent*;, neotsaary to hang Urn Übrio in loop» troar parallel rods for the purposes «f exposure to tteam, air, or ammonia. In order thai the cloth should hold open th* rods | wit&amp;amp;Mt slipping or being strained, it it asissurr t» wind rope or strips of doth Monad tIM rod*. but this only mitlgatM tb« difficulty with* out accomplUhing ltf nmoral, forth* iwi and corrotir* action of th« raporn rot any coreriug In a f*w mU), and th« flnt bo* tloe of any d*Uriora»ion la gtjurslly th* appearanc* of imall pi»o»e of roU cortriag among th* cloth in prooMt of *»*-kti«'g Recently asbMtot rop* and Mbaatoa cloth hat b*en urn for thif porpow, and prerat to b* r*ry durable. I Larg»r r*p*a of thi* refractory material hare been uaed far ttm transmtoion of power o»er place* exposed to heat. - | • -. . ■

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rig* t*mm Mexico. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

rig* t*mm Mexico. {;*,i IChicafO Herald.l /,■- --"Mexican flg»,. flnt in ChicagV* i» placarded in front of a fruit itore on aUdi son street. These ' flgs * are lighter la solar than the Turkish rig, and are uot a* ewwt They taste more like prunallea, and heneath the pulp is of a pink color. , Their, flavor is agreeable. The aeedt are ao small aa t» make tb* fruit aeem almost aeedUe*. [ The best of these figs are sold at 19 cents a pound —about what you hay« to pay for the cheapest Turkish fig. ThU is a new article of export for Mexico. An lowa mathematician iuKinta* ia*i the dogs in that state eat enough to feed 100,000 human beings, but rtndtr Very little service for the cost of mala tain ing them.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885

Dr. Wm Jenninjfson, YSICIAN SAUS ALITO, Cal. A. LAWRENCE, DICAI.KK IN Groceries, * v Povisions and Clothing, Winea, Liquors, Cigars and GENERAL FAMILY SUPPL I E H. FHICE* ■■ASOMABM. Tk. p«blla pi»ron"K» K&amp;gt;llclto4-Sfc.rt O.l«dou!» Artuur B&amp;gt;uulito. A. LAWKEKCE. J. 3L,ORIA.N, -KKXPB A FIRMT.CLA99Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. Di'ai OF— Wines, - Liquors, and Cigars, Fool Table CARD ROOMS AHD OTHBR ATTRACTION!. OOrntr C"»i««i«&amp;gt;ni» ▲v*nu« and - "W»t«r Ar«nu», SAUSALITO. . - Cal SIOOO REWARD^^..O^'., F« Any ruMh kulU«i •■* «lr«»t»« At for .fTjUTLf lim m«I«

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