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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
wf IB ['IB 'H 11 CURES ALL HUMORS, finm a ootmnon HSoJcli, or Erpptlon* tii ilk&gt; worgl Neroi'iilii. Snlt-rlicnui, "Fevor»aores," Bcnly or Rongl skin, in short, all tlisi-nspa lused by bad blood iirg conquered l&gt;v this powerful, purify] nna lnviiroratinsr medicine. Orcut s:.«Ji:ij; llrcr» I; pijjj lieiU under J's lienign influence. Especially lias II manifested its rotcucy In ruiinor Totter, Ili»." 6";: ... Holla) nrbuiicles. Sor*&gt; i;yes, Scrolnlon« Sores i ;-...&lt;! sw-rlltutr*, Hip. jolut Disease, Wblto suoiiinKs ppltrt-K or 'llilt'k N«nU, mid Kiil«r«t:&lt;J Claud* Bend ten tfiitH in t&gt;tam|&gt;3 lor a fci'VO t;vUse, itn colored platen, t,n Bkln UJr&lt;« r, vr Ojo same .. . .,• fnruti A) i i tionH. "THE lii.tr &gt;^ .... 'iJ.iJSI.IFE." Thomuirlilv cliniisH it »iy Using i»r. fPicrcc'i ii»i&lt;i&lt;-n tfledlenl Discovery, «o&lt;id dlaeatlon. a lair ■kin. bnoyant splrii-. vilul...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. £k *&amp; W Meals at all Hours. Bar Supplied with Best of EvkryTHIKG. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAUSALITO, -•••...- CaL A. R. SilyA Prop. It FURNITURE! UPHOLSTERY, CARPETS, Wall Paper. Ettlmktt» Given for Paper Hanging and Decorating. Furniture Sold on InntKl'mriits If Dmlred. \VM. iAI.E. ■ ■-■.*■..... FonrthfStreet, Fau Rafat-1. WILD WOOD (I L E N ! 50TEL 7112 D PIGIP GROUNDS! This Picturesque spot has been put in thorough repair l&gt;y the Proprietor. The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds; Btooked with best winea and . liquors. TUiie Is no more ('banning resort within fifty mlleaof Han Francisco. . ■&gt;• ■-. EBWARB STAHL, Prop. SAUSALITO, -. - Oal. DAMONTE'S Magic Polish FOn CLEANING GOLD, SILVER, Copper, Brass, Tin, Zinc, Olabr, WOOD AND PAINT. Diuictions— Apply with moiit cloth and rub quickly with dry flannel or chamoisEvery puckage warranted. For Hale everywhere. PUT UP BY HOUSTON...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 25 June 1885
T the " SAUSALITO LH 9 AHD FERRY COX. The sausalito land and Ferry Company often itt Lands for Sale in Building Lots, BLOCK • • • • AND... A.ere Parcels, ....AND 1T5.... Water Front L O T S, On Easy Terms. The North Pacific Coast Railroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North Front —over three milts — the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit ni quick traveling distance of S»n Francisco —Thirty minutes from wharf to wharf. the.. . -W A. T E £1- ■ AND.... LANDSCAPE VIEW&amp; ' &lt; A 88.... UNEQUALEI) BY ANI Around San Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. i\ic rro.n Flowing SpringPure and Plentii-I—fur-nished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, . AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in rt* gardto ib 3 s, Prices ana ' MM Terms, Please apply to the Secretary of the Company, liooni 9, No. 419 California Street, San Franciaeo, .."..OB 0H.... TVEDATt AND TDVB«DATa% AT THE COMPANY CFF...
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
THE DOMINION OF CANADA. Her Wura anil liivasloim—Sterility of llvr Soil—Wealth or Her Forests. [••(lath" in Boston Globe.] Considering her situation and scattered populace, Canada has been in more danger during the past 100 years than Hie United Mates, and has had more real w;ns. l&gt;uring her &lt;oloninl period Montreal was taken two or three time? and many of the people burnt at the stake. Huge armaments for those dip's were launched upon I.owisburg and Quebec time and time again. The isolated posts of Franco in our western regions were assaulted and the people insulted. Louisiana had her revolutions before the American occupation. When tho Americans revolted they kept Can ad' in constant alarm. The people In distant British Columbia have been repeatedly threatened with invasion from the American side. Fenian attempts have been made on Canada, and in her littlo ci, wars of almost fifty years ago her authorities hanged more men for the crime of treason and rebellio...
Mexican Floating Garden*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
Mexican Floating Garden*. [Chicago Journal.] The floating gardens in certain parts of Mexico are among tho greatest curiosities to bo found in that country. Says a recent visitor: "When a, tract of vegetation composed of reeds, waterplants and bushes, interwoven . and faced together, becomes so dense that it will bear a superstructure, strips of turf twenty to thirty yards long by two yards wido are cut from some suitable firm placo, floated to it down the canal and laid upon it; this is repeated several times, and thus an island is securely raised two or three feet above the level of the water; a little soil is spread over it, and it becomes a chinampa, or floating garden, on which Indi n corn, vegetables and i.owers are grown. "The gardens vary in size from 100 to 200 feet in length, and from twenty to 100 in width, according to »he nature of the vegetation which supports them. ' To secure these gardens in their proper places, long willow poles are driven through them into the gro...
Pure Carbolic Acid. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
Pure Carbolic Acid. [ChloaßO Times.] Phenie acid, which has been mentioned as a medical agent in connection with the illness of Gen. Grant, is chemically pure carbolic acid. Tho 1 tter can not bo preserved chemically pure for any length, of time, but will decompose into a substance containing other poisonous KCids. In its puro state it is never met in commerce, because of its cost and tho difficulty of production, and it will not remain pure unless combined with other inoffensive substances that will prevent the deleterious fleets el tho li£&amp;:.
DOWN IN A WINE VAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
DOWN IN A WINE VAULT. How Champagne Is Made In California" Aging the Dry Wines. [San Francisco Cor. Baltimore American,] After having soen so many vineyards wo thought it advisable to visit one of the places whore the grapes aro mado up into wino and stored for sale; so we visited the warehouse and wino vaults of Aspad Haratzthy, on Washington street. The outside appearance of this establishment does not promiso much, but when ono gets insido of it ho finds it to bo immense. Wo spent over two hours in going through the fermenting rooms, wino vaults and bottling establishment. We saw how champagno is made and how tho various dry wines aro kept so t to give them ago and guarantee their purity. On tho top floor wo found a number of Chinamen washing the bottles. Theso are all ma/'e in France. The breakage duriug the first fermentation is about 12 per cent. Tho washing of tho bottles required tho service &lt; of about twenty men. We next visited tho room where tho winos are blend...
OUR FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
OUR FOREIGN-BORN POPULATION. tome Details or Interest—lrish anil Guiman—lnhabitants— Occupation*—lt« ius. [Superintendent Walker's Lecture.] Gton. Walker discusses the foreign element! of the population in iutoroaUng detail. Tbo percentage of inhabitants of foreign btrtb In 1860 was »j4B; in iB6O, 18.16; In 1870, 14.44; in 1880, JKli'A The foreign population reaches its maximum wbera tho general population in densest, along latitude 40 and 41 and longitude 73 and 74. Since 185J ths proportion of Irish iv every 10,000 foreigners fau fallen from 4,28Ti to 2,778. The Germans have gained proportionately. New York btauds first in aggregate foreign population, and also first in Irish, German, and Knglisl\ population. Pennsylvania stands second In j aggregate foreign population, Illinois third, ! and Massachusetts fourth. Tho incraase in Chinese population hu. not been what might have been expected. In 1850 the rhlnose populati n was 758; in 1800, 18,000; in l«70, 03,000; in 1830, 105,000....
Bndilhlsla In Sow York. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
Bndilhlsla In Sow York. [Sow York Mail and Expreci. | A reporter was favored with a eanvetsation with one of the members of ttol strango soolety. He is a man past GO, well preserved, and slightly bafclheaded. Mo looked like a prosperous merchant. His eyes were peculiar In expression. &lt;)f a pule bloc color, they resumed at limes a languid, dreamy ex pression which might indicate the effects of opium rather than great mental «► st ruction. "Buddhism," bo said, "to not. a religion to take root in America iniineat ntely. It may flourish amouv a f»w who are highly intellectual, tut th« masses are too superstitious at present to suppose that a religion founded b* fore Christianity and in India o»a U. anything else than idolatry. la Nen York there are a few of us who believe in Buddhism, but wo do not worship idols nor have priests to perform those mysterious rites which they often nso as m moans to degrade the beautiful doctrines which emanated from the or iginal teachings of G...
Ike Weird Mini <«r rim >.«>lfc A*lnmth: [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
Ike Weird Mini &lt;«r rim &gt;.«&gt;lfc A*lnmth: .li'iivit Frwi J'r«-IM.] « As the craft l owls along in th« bouWj Atlantic a new world seems to ope* upon tin 1 voyager. The constellatfoß erf tho Southern Gross has scarcely become familiar to him beforo he hejiluate sec animal, or rather bird, life altogether now to him. One of the greatest novelties of this kind that «&lt;?• *Ter- he.press itself upon the mind of man (■ tho albatross.. , •".. : -■' .Some morning the lounger will reach the deck and, casting his eye In tfe* wako of the ship to judge hex speed, will see a speck just above the horUou far astern. Growing larger and latft?' as it approaches, it finally develops rat* a gigantic bird, and the old eaHot, caa ning tho holm, will gruffly suggeit tim fact that it is proper for the tyro to wet his first introduction to an alba(.roga. There is something ißeipres»lfafc weird about the bird itself, *• well as in its manner of flight, and it is mutte...
.l.»|i.»iii>«- lv I.oi.dwu Op«r». [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
.l.»|i.»iii&gt;«- lv I.oi.dwu Op«r». • , '• -: (.London Trutlu] ■ ' *' . During iho rehearsals of Gilbert &amp; Sullivan's now operetta, a Japanese dancer and a Japanese tea girl from th* "Village* at Knlgbtsbiridge f*T« Uwir service*, and to this it is, no doubt, &lt;hie that both actors ana actresses car* jo very Japanny. The girl knows only two i words of English, "Sijpeacfl. please," tins being the price of a cap «t tea, but she was an apt instructress. ■ 1 inquired with some curiosity fate tint iiiodo of dressing adopted by ■ Japaaaw girls. It would seem that they wear nothing undor their dress except it fudi of short socks, and this accounts for, tb« flexibility of their movements.'
I'hotos or Cat*. r _._,■■ ■. I [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
I'hotos or Cat*. r _._,■■ ■. I i Chicago Timm.] &gt;: '• ; ' Tho most easily photographed aghMais an cats. They, are easily kept qui«t» and their eyes are not ibo ' restless «a" those of a dog. When, their atteotloa is concentrated their gaze la more direct and absolutely motionless than that of a human | being. A fixed eye, pat • glassy stare, is tho thing to be attained in ■ photograph. uri i -i: -: - ■ cvi.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
J)r. Wm. Jenningson, ysiciAN WS AUSALITO, Cai. A. LAWRENCE, [-..",&lt; DEALER IS—' groceries, F Povisions and 3 Clothing CVinea, Liquors, Cigars and GENERAL FA MIL 1 I \ SUPPLIES. 1 PRICM ' B«A»OK*Bt«. ia ptblto patron.*. soltclUd-Btor. Caladonia M*' '•'ATenw Sauialito. ' ;^ . , A. LA WHENCE. J. LOEIAN, —KEEPS A FIBST.CLABB— Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. !TL ( ) f) lit j ;. --, -BEST Of- I Liquors, \&amp;ism^^ Cigars, Pool Table CARD ROOMS AMD OTHER ATTRACTION!. |&lt; y ir»»* Csladoni* Av»nu« rtnd "W»t«r Aronuo, 'AUBALJTO, -• -.. ..Cal ! I /SnUnfailing ' ° FoballSkin\ I Remedy such as Diseases] . I IteTTER.ITCH.SORES. PIMPLES./ YERYSJPUAS./4 WRING WORM V ' Whim piles imms piles i SfcnptoDUare moisture, Btingini/, Itching, wuimul night; aaanu as if pin-worms were crawling about the rectum; the private paru arc uftan infected. Asa Tlwusnt, acAuuwlca) and punitive cure, Swatnk'i OlNTttiKlSa iiipKrio. to any article in the market ' Sold by dntgglato, or &l...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
IMS &amp; U, DIALBm Groceries, Clothing, Wines ITQUORS, OIQABS. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS &amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAoSALITO, - ' - Cal. S-A-TTS-A-XjITO LIVELY STABLE! Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., . FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. ISxpesa a n to all points in Sausalito. ...ALSO.... DEALER IN WOOD COAL. .. ATSR St., T~ SAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, Proprietor. LISBON HOTEL! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OPPOSITE BAILBOAD DIPOT. Meals at all Hours. BOARD AND LODGINGS. BEST WINES AND 11 |^g, LIQUORS. •..: -— M. SANTAS &amp; J. S. DEAVEL. PROPRIETORS. NCHOLAS SEASE, - • ....PBOPBICTOB ... (SHH SALOOIT ..AND.. WAITING ROOMS! . . OPPOSITE . . FERRY WHARF, SAUSALITO, - - Cal. I keep on bund a well selected stock o liquors, native and imported wines, cigars, etc. -Give ma a call ■ j NICHOLAS SEASE. *, . _-.«l1 WILL BUY ONI I!!!!^r\*HALL RIGHT ■ *sfis*^t"'^2r' IIAT ci;'rTEl*' Pwf£^*TM The knife U Steal. &gt;ndt&...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, ami cannot bo sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or phosphate powders. Hold only is Cans. ItuYAL Bakinu I'oadkh CO., 100 Wall-st, N. Y. MRS.LYDIH. PUHCHiH.CFI.YHH, ;- ASS , LYDIA E. PBI\.KHAiV.'3 VEGETABLE COMPOUND. IfPoiltlYoCim. m*r..-Tf. t ■ ~* for «ll tho«« l'al.irul C'mniilaliiU mid ealaMM •ocanmon loom* li"«l IVitmli* Jiopulittioi*. It will cure entirely MM wont In» of Tumle Cot» oltlnta, allovarian tnmblM, InltammaWon »nd Dlcei* tlon, Falling and Displacements, »&lt;&lt;■ tie roc &lt;viuimt Bpinal WsakiMS, tad Is partlcltfurtjr »d». *■ d to th» Chang* of I.liv. It will dissolve and iirpel tarn • * f '.mi V ■-!.■■ i-n« In an early lUll nf illri ill i mi at. 'Jt'.o i'wul :iry to er-n--curous Ldiuors there is chtx-kctl W7 i tcdUv by U« a—. It romoves filnrmsn flirnlrn dntragrxtdl cra...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 2 July 1885
Thk San Francisco press for the past few day;- have been gloating over the great stores of wealth in Uncle Sam's cash boxes, and to adequately convey their impressions upon the poor mortals "who never caw as much ;;s $10,000 atone time except in a broker's window or on a banker's till,'' have exhausted all possible 'calculations and comparisons conceivable in relation to the hoarded wealth hi the San Francisco Sub-Treasury vaults. The ring around the earth and the pole to the moon feeing &lt;rtit of style this summer, paper figures it will take 00 "freight "cars to ship it to Washington,'-another puts it in cords, another in a gorgeous moniiinent 1x4x448 feet and so on, each vicing tv produce the most ponderous comparison. ' Keferriug to the wealth of the country one paper states that the average 'citizen forms but a slight idea of the. immensity of the funds in the possession of the United Stales (TOverniTK.'n't. Its wealth, pared with that of other nations, Js second- to n...