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( uu||iTi>iui'u Who .Smuke. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
( uu||iTi&gt;iui'u Who .Smuke. [New York Graphic.) Governor Curtin smokes six imported cigars a day, which cost him 75 cents. Congressman Glascock, of California, U - the cigarotta tiernl. He smokes throe paeki agas a day. . Senator Blackburn, oC Kentucky, smokes the fctrouges-t kind u( three-fnr-a-quarter oigars. Congressman Haynes, of New York, usei a meerschnm cigar-holder which ba has ' owned for eighteen yearn Congressman Doustar, of Michigan, alwayi changes bis brands. He is fickle in his tastes. He smokes nothing but cigarette.. Congressman Cassidy, of Nevada, always has a cigar in his mouth, and be smokes at least a dozen a day, which ccst him at least ' 15 cents apiece. Congressmen Tom Bayne, Arnott and David Paige, smoke the very finest brands •f imported cigars, but they are abundantly able to stand the expense. Leopold Horse, the millionaire -Jew congressman cf Boston, smoke-, imported clgari and lots of them. His favorite attitude is with his bands in bis pecket...
A I .in on a Ijtrge Scale. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
A I .in on a Ijtrge Scale. [Calcutta Cor. Boston Journal.] The punka is a cloth mountei in a frame iomo three or four feet wide, aud as long at need be, luspanded from the ceiling by two ropes or cords, one at each end. Indwellings and offices they hang over the table, the bed and the desk. In church they hang over every other pew. Cords attach one to another, and a whole section is moved by a line leading from it through a hole in the 'wall attached to an upright pole, tbe lower end fixed in a cannon shot in a tub of sand. ' Men called punka wallahs are stationed at each one of these, making a row of perhapt • dozen on each side of the building, and when tbe congregation begim to ossemblt •ach sways his pole back and forth with a motion like Kennebec rufUmen at their sculling oars floating down river. These punka wallahs make a striking feature, turbaned and dio-sud in white, with twisted girdles around their waists.
I'uor Advice fur a Bootblack. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
I'uor Advice fur a Bootblack. [Detroit Journal.! '•Jim, did yer git oue o' them '.re little motter cards o' Bradford Smith's '•You bet!" I "Wut'd yer think o' wat it lay i onto "em?" ''•Sorter so so. Knowed ull o' thorn 'ere tltlnga afore, though." "Most o' them 'er« inottoas was ull right, but thar's one on 'em as is lmd—awful bad!" "What's that?" " 'Be trustln'. That 'ere'a a io(t»n .-ort t,t advlsin' for a bootblack to am his grub ■v' eliawin' terbacker on." -
A Curlou. Kacl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
A Curlou. Kacl. ICliicajro TirocU It is a curious fact that on* of the uiost fatuous jcx-iiH in our lugoagt appoarod originally iv a magazine that laldom touches poetry at all, mi i the same periodical, after au interval of sixty-years, now brings out another poem very similar in thame. Bryant's "Thanat-ipsis"' was flr.^t printed in Tho North American Review f&gt;v September, 1817. The May number ol The Heview, just out, has a pjem by Robert Buchanan on "The New Buddha." •.., , &lt;Miue youug aoutnerners ma yitpKVZZ *z ■&amp;*rt a cuttle ranefa in Alabam \ upon yam iftdiao territ-017 kcxi Tmii plaa ,
ABOUT ELEPHANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
ABOUT ELEPHANTS. WHAT A VETERAN TRAINER HAS TO SAY OF THE BEASTS. Not One In Six Turns Out a Flrst-Clau Performer—Fondness for Whisky — lii" Amount Which CointltatM a Dose. (New York Journal] "Elephants/ Ho you know much ab.mt them! Well, I have a right to; I've li veil (vith 'em going on twenty-four years,'si I iaorgo Arstingstall, tho veteran trainer, to \ reporter the other day. "I find them pretty agreeable, too. unless once in a while when they get sulky and •tubborn and have to be chastised. I tell rou when one of these big fellows guts inn I I'ou have to keep an eye on him. !!&lt;■'- a t V) sail into you. I always keep a club baivly. md if there is anything more than Mother that an elephant hasji profound rMpsol for t's a club. Of course in the han Is ot a tt ranger it would be useless, but they ai-e ilways more or less afraid of tho&gt;e who nmn lie them." "How long does it take to train an eluDhant?" "Well, that depends on his disposiiun. You see, elephants ...
Surgery of Dynamite [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
Surgery of Dynamite [Scientific American.) , The medical faculty have recently given lome little attention to what they are pleased to call 'Surgery of Dynamite," by which Is mean* the effect of dynamite explosion* upon those in their immediate "totality. "• la interes.ing to learn from these discus «c&lt;n» that the jar or shock which the system receives differs altogether from that which Is tha result of a blow upon tlie head or body, or resulting from railway collision*. These latter follow a comparatively wolllocalized an&lt;l gro3s form of violence, wbareM the shock c ming from a dynamite oxplo -ion is diffused and divided. In the case of the two young woman who were injured by tho recent explosion in tha Tower of London, neither suffered fronv contusions, nor did they bear any mark; of wounds save a few scratches rocuived from falling upon a pile of rubbish. The Mniatlon they experienced was not that of beinj violontly knocked down, but of being "pushed back." ...
England Uai Recovered. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
England Uai Recovered. [London Standard.] A few years ago the young people of Kng land Im-i itiuc imbued with the roller-skating craze, and rinks were built all ovor th» country. The fever, however, was as brief a-i my other vagaries of fashion; the enthusiasm died away, the ni.i. . were deserted, tho Investors lost their money, and tho roll &gt;r ikatos di&gt;. ppearod in tho land.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. SCHWIESAIPS GROCERY AND BAKERY. The (imcory KBtablishmcnt contain* th« bi&gt;H «l everything at the lowe t prlcei. GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIyUOUH, WIN EH, CIGARS, BEER Of »11 ileiH'flptliin* rotiktantly on hand, Special Attention Ik called to the f«ol tlint i Übvh resuuioi) ths management ol my liukcry, by far the bc«t ap;niint'''l iv San Ksfael, and am prepared to lurnii.ii patrom with the flui'Bt BR SAD AND CAKE TiiDßi" who pom* to our Bm cMmite in scurch o( health should afiMKt nature by eating niy thorough' tydle,tlb. B? t. of lit&gt;." -^-^^^ E. St'HWIKSAU. A. c. MEYERS. I MATTRESSES Renovated Equal to New CARPETS Taken Up, Cleaned and Rclaid! KALSOMINING And Paper Hanging, Etc. AU, OKDERB PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. P .0 Box 937, 3Hn Rafael. BLACKSMITH! S Jrl O P. IJOHNSIBRIAN Anuonnces that ha lias purchased the ftock. good will au.l trads of the Original BUckHmlth Shop at NOVATO. llorscshoeing a »i)ecialty. Wsroq Work promptly attended tu. The patrun...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
W. A. WILLIAMS, Pbopbietoh Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Serves Eveky Sunday the Best Clam Cjiowoek kn the State. Give me a call. \Y. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. Jk &amp; W Meals at all Hours. Bak Slim'J.ikd with Bmtot Every tiii.no. 0j) &lt;&gt; site Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - CaL A. R. SILYA, Prop. WILD WOOD GLEN! 50TEL PIGIp GROUNDS! This Picturesque spot h;i3 been I &gt; 111 in thorough repair by the Proprietor. Tin' Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wine; and liquors. There Is 110 more charming resort v. llliln flfty inil&lt;s of Ban Francisco. ' EDWARD BTAML, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. ££*!£££ THE j^dEk SAN RAFAEL ExpresS FORffAHDS PAR OELS, BA G GA GE Etc. on every boat to ainl from Ban ranclico. Furniture, Pianos, Moved on Short Notice by careful utid experienced men. JOB WORK PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO C Hi. Howard, 3?rop...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 18 June 1885
THE SAUSALITO U\ •••• • AND,,,,,, COMRKI N OTICIJ! The sausalito and Ferry Company offers Lands for Sale in Building Loti BLOCK ... .AM ... 'A ere P.-11 eel* ....AND ITS... Water Froi I. O T S, On Basy X rid The Norih Pacimc Co Railroad Company lint road traverses the entire N Front—over three tiiil stheCompanj's land, brin. all parts of the propert) wt quick traveling distance of i Francisco —7\hirty minutes f: wharf to wharf. the.. . -W A- T E £ AND LANDSCAPE Fill ....ARE.... UNEQUALED BY A Around San Francisco. The locality is nealthj in the highest degrei The Soil Warm and P ductivc. ——— Itsr rrori Flowing Spring Pure and Plenti.'-l—fur-nished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in gard to ites, Prices »&gt; Terms, Pleas« apply to the Secretwj the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Califs Street, san Francitco, OR ON TDEDAYI AND TBV»*Ot% AT THB COMPANY'S OFFICE JK T* |s OF the compint'i wma*' 1 | BAUBALITO. ROBERT GEORGE, j Secr«»4' I ...
LIFE IN A LOG CABIN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
LIFE IN A LOG CABIN. A GROTESQUE AND COMFORT/ UNCOMFORTABLE HOMS. i lliu &lt; oloiml I'iiki'n ,\clv.iiilii; ■ nl Ills Wife's Love &lt;il tlie Plctuvi'iijiio - riea«lng VinUiirx wltli it ' l&gt;i»i»r Old l,ug House" (Mary A, lift. r»ti San Fr.m&lt; i-&lt;•■ ■ ( liro 1 ' • Tha archil cl ■ Hi' Florida is ;is queer as jt is | rlmitlve New England peo; Ii ni'j taking the load now tv building coinpir.ittvely corufor uiilj ivvelliss, but the aver-; tgn hoti ho t.u Rutt!om:i)t« are m ii' i iliolls, in i..\ of liuia bare sud coififorKe s wlthnnt lu'jjil.-ic... v. iptiug In ii' kilcho i,' and with crevipe&gt; d me placos «o cuiisidirable that oni neo I not go to tli i win low t&lt;j n' ■ tlio orange tives In bloom. On on &gt; oi llu Ih^.i p'nntatlon&lt; herd, that which furinjriy belo;i^L"l ti our goo I Col. IV.qult t.rrj tin - a grim, lime-batl irod an i shntierjl log hut that look i as if II inighl huvu a iii--lory. Ani...
THE MYSTERY OF NIAGARA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
THE MYSTERY OF NIAGARA. Bonndlng the Canon— Tremendotu Depth of the Water at Whirlpool Rapid*. [New Ycik Times.] The mysterious and awful depths of Niion are fruitful Bubjectsof comliieni. SOllll3 portions of it are reasonably 6Uppo cd to be bottomless. When the llr-t railway bridge waa constructed here a me ambitious persons attempted to sound tljj canon directly beneath It, They HIIchI a large tin pail with stones and lowered It The currents merely played with it. 'i'hon they took a stronger cm-d, attache I a bar of railway Irjn to it, which actually floated, Uercc counter ourrenta. A few \.'.ir.s ago the Unite 1 stales lnko ;i 11, a, reoorder of the survey, I know of the remarkable data obtatno.l. We -aiv at once that the current would buoy up ii Urge sinker, and propose J tote .I the inialle t possible surface with thegreal pu ilble weijbt. We took a lead weighl In the form of a plumb bob, weighing thirteen pounds, and attache.) It to a small but strong corJ. Then we tecure i th...
Novel I'eatlirei oi it "Tailors' ltccerition." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
Novel I'eatlirei oi it "Tailors' ltccerition." * [St. Louis Qlobe-Democrat.] A linn of London tailors for women are i giving a reception ill tha New York e.itab- j lllhment, Tho evidences are many thul they | have reckoned on taking very profitable advantage of tho Anglomania amoti; our womon of fashion and wealth, for they lake especial pains to auuounoa their employment at homo by aristocrats. A feature "f the i cc.ision is the uliition of garments ou living models—not protty girls hired here for tho service, but genuine KngU»h beauties, imported Bo fleshly that their London accent is not yet in tho slighted degree i impaired. There are ilftjcn of them, nnJ all young, with handsome foosts nni (louder, i lithe, shapely figures, on which th* elotbcM \ are displayed to the best possible advantage. | They chat agreebly with tho crowd of shop- 1 pers, strike effective attitudes, and walk | about with a gait presumably that of the I mo i approved London bolle3. Hut thero is a still moro...
Daniel Webster's Fee*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
Daniel Webster's Fee*. [Worcester spy. I It is of interost to not? the fee* which Datiiel Webster receive 1 for his servicsß. For many years be kept a rogular account of lii. professional receipts, and for two of those years the accounts havo been pub- j lished. In tho first of ill • two, when he was | about 37 years of ago, his receipts, omitting j ".several small affairs," amounted to $13,181, | Tho number of item-, mostly against ilifferoni clients, was 120, The largost chargo was $!J,OOU Thero were twonty-four retainers in tho year, amounting in tlie aggre- j gate to 1,:UO. The largest was a "retainer iii patont cas s' 1 of l 50; but mo;! of tho re- ' tamers were of $100 and $50. Tli seooild published account covered tho : v. irs 18!)'V38, when Webster wus 50 years i old. Tha amount of receipts for this year ' was I 319, but out of this is to ba deducted ! $!)tf:3 as "congressional pay." This loaves for his professional receipts $7,!2'0. Tho ; largest foe this year was $&...
The Draper* Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
The Draper* Mistake. ILondon Punoh.l .Mr . Ci 1. Sinytho (of tho l'oouah Hus■an) exulaini In fluont Hlndooetonee to iier snter, lln M.ij. Brown (ditto), thai tho same article can be got at tho army and navy stores for two-thirds of the &gt;noy. Draper— Ahem—l beg pardon, ladies, but I think it only fair to acquaint you tha&lt; I | understand the French language,