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PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE prevent* some doctors from advertising their skill, but we are bound by no such conventional rules, nnd think that if we make a discovery that it "f benefit to our fellows, we ought to spread the fact to ()»■ whole land. Therefore we cause to be published throughout the land tli" fact that Dr. J.\ V. P.erce'i "(rolden Medical DliCOTery" isthe best Known remedy for consumption (scrofula of the lungs) and kindred diseases. Send two stamps for Dr. I'ieicc's complete trofttUe on[oonsumption, with nnsurpastdd means of self-treat-ment. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. V. »#« ——— Chicago, with mill's of hike front, offers no opportunity tor any one of her 600,000 people to take a bath.

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ONLY FRACTIONS OF LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

ONLY FRACTIONS OF LIVES. How many persons live only a fraction of Average human life because they negrlnct to take the commonest precaution* against sickness. It in disease In its maturity that kills, and maturity implies growth. A slight indisposition is usually Blighted. They who avail themselves of Sottfttw'i Stomach Bitten know it to be efficacious in chronic rases of disease, but the process of cure is far easier one if it is used in early stages of dyspepsia, malarial disease, rheumatism, constipation and liver derangement. Let those who would avoid the peril which even the most potent remedies cannot avert, steer clear of the rock upon which so many constitutions split—an under-appreciation of the danger of neglect. It will not do to omit care mid a recoii'se to medicine when health is affected. If debilitated, or nervous, or dyspeptic take it for granted you are in want of a remedy, use the Bitten. Tho production of cotton-Heed oil has grown in th° la«t ten yean from tt, I."...

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DO YOU MEAN BUSINESS? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

DO YOU MEAN BUSINESS? Well, if you have strength to push your business, it Is well. But many ■ mans business baa In-..ken down because the man whs broken down, and had no push in him. If you want to make a success, build Up your system by the. use of Browm Iron bitten, Mr. W. Si. Winfree,of P«tfiwbur», Va ; . says: 'There is no medicine etinal to Brown's Iron Bitten for ipneral debility." It cures dyspepsia, enriches the Wood anil strengthens the muscle!l. The summer growth of Florida orange trees is unusually vigorous this year. * * * * Secret, involuntary drains upon the. system cured in thirty days. Pam[inlet giving particulars, three letter stamps. Address, World"* Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y. *•- Of the total area of the United States. 4-1 per cent, or 1,365,000 square miles, is devoted to grazing. . •• Throat Diseases commence with a Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat. "Drom't Jlronchial Troches" give immediate relief. Sold only in boxes. Price 25 cts. ►•&lt...

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MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

MATRIMONIAL. Wiiy the Decline of th« E*ti»ta I* Si Marked nt the Prenent Time. The present e\travagant way of living probably has much to do with tho pro ont falling off in tha inatrinioii'al 'Id. Girls brought up to every luxury, man with no Idea of honest work, but only of pampering their own luxurious tastes, nro not the people to join hands for the tremendous responsibilities of wedlock and the vicissitudes of life. What in the mum of all that's reasonable could the modern dude (It) to support a family in comfortable circumstances, or more, to keep the wolf from the door? But he lias no thought of matrimony; he puts all his small brain upon the lit of his clothes and the insipidity of his drinks. He enjoys the society of ladies; oh, yes! he affects the girls very much, but into his small heart there never creeps more than a milk-warm liking for them. And the girls! Let them bo ever so idly brought up, let their minds be carefully weeded of all germs of common sense as they grow,...

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MONKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

MONKEYS. Tin- I 'ti mily life of Our Simian Progenitor*. Among other mammals the female clement wields the scepter in family life, but in the realm of apes the male is invested with the sovereign power, not by general suffrage, but by the right of force. The oldest and strongest male of a troop proclaims himself chief and leader, after having vanquished all his competitors. The longest teeth and tho strongest arms decide in the question of supremacy. All those who show reluctance to submit are chastised till they come to reason. To the strongest belongs the crown; in his sharp teeth resides his wisdom. This ferocious tyrant understands his duty as a leader, and performs the same with dignity. His subordinates Hatter and fondle him in every way. As a genuine Pasha, he accepts this respect with a kind of languid acquiescence. In return he watches carefully over his vassals. and shows a continual anxiety for tlie'r welfare and security. Ho orders and directs minute details in daily lif...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

o^s\ (uticura !<%\ J■■ POSITIVE CURE Si I? »^' -*&w tor every form of Jl&^fP*' »ISKASE moil ™\^^K^ PllPlfB 10 SCROFULA. ECZK.MA, nr Salt Rheum, with its ajronizinfr Itching mill burning. Instantly relieved by a warm bati ami Ci'Tiri'RA Soap and a sint;lo application at Ci'Ti--11 \:\, the|rrsai Skin One. This repeated daily, with two or three dotes of ('i rut it a BasotVßlT, the New Bleoil l'urifler, to keep the blood cool, tho perspiration pun and miirritating, the bowels open, the liver and kidneys active, will epecjily cure Eczema, Tetter, Kltiirworm, Psoriasis, Uchen, Pruritus, Scall Head, haiulruff, and every species of Itching, Italy, and IMiiigily HuDion i.f the skin and Scalp, with Loss of Hair, when tin; boat 1 bj >ieiunsand all known remedies fail. CCTICI'IA ILK.MKDIP.H are absnlutelv pan and the only infallible Blood Purifiers and skin lleautillers n-i' from poisonous Ingredients. Sold everywhere. Price, Cutloura, f>...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

MALARIA Enters the >jniuii from unknown causes, at all kuodi. Shattera the Nerves, Impairs Digestion, «Dd Enfeebles the Muscles. BITTWf ■ " BESTTONI£ Quickly and completely cures i)lalnrln,and Chills and Fevers. For Intermittent Fever •*• I.uhsitiide, S<nrk of I!nrr«v it has no equal. It enriches and purifies the blood, stimulate* the appetite, and strengthens the muscles and nerves. If- does not injure the teeth. cauM headache, or produce constipation—'i.V other Iron mtdirines do. Father T. .1. Reii.lt. the patriotic and scholarly Catholic Divine, of Arkansas, says: "I have used Brown's Iron Bitters with the irreateft satisfaction for Malaria, and as a preventive* of Chills and like diseases, and will always keep it .•' bund as a ready friend." J> Genuine has above trade mark and crossed red linen on wrapper Take no other. Made only by ItltOU (HKMirAKO., HAITI M«IU:,MI>. , Ladies' Hand Book—useful and attractive, containing list of prizes...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 23 July 1885

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This Powder never varies. A marvel of itirttj strength, anil wlioleeoiiieness. More economical than th j ordinary kinds, ni:<l cannot l>c sold in conii«tition with the multitude of low tent, nhurr weight, alum or phosphate powden Bold only in cam. Royal Dakino I'owiikk Co. 108 Wall ibM N. Y. TWFS~ PILLS "THE OLD RELIABLE." 25 YEARS iN USE. The Greatest Medical Triumph of the Ago! Indorsed ail over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of appetite, Nausea, bowels cos; tive. Pain in the Head.with a dull sensation._in the back part. Pain under the snoulder-bladei fullness after eating, with adisincUnation of body or mind, irritability of tempLow spirits.Loss of memory " a feeling of having neglected some dutyywaarine'sa. Dizziness, Flutter^ ing of the Heai't,Dotsbeforetheeyes, YellowSkin-Headaohotßestlessness at night, highly coloredTlrlne. IF THE3E warnings are unheeded, CZEIOU3 I-122A3i3 WILL COCH EB CEVZIOI'ED. TUFT'S PILLS nro esp...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

The Sausalito News. VOL. I. NO. 2:>. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JULY 30.

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He Knew the Climate. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

He Knew the Climate. Commercial Traveler'! Wife "Now, mv dear, what coat will you taka with you? It is almost Juno; your linen duster will be enOQgbi I guess." ('. T.-~ "Lay out my fur overcoat, my heavy cloth overcoat," my ipring overcoal, and mv linen duster." ('. T.s W. — "Why. my dear!— You are joking, ain't you; 1" ('. T. ■•Certainly not. I'm going to travel in New England."— Hoston Courier. —In the Bernese Oberland a parrot one day made its escape and perched on the rain trough of a farm house in tin 1 neighborhood! The farmer, who had probably never been out of nil native village, brought a ladder to capture the strange auimal. When he had reached the top and was reaching ut his hand, the parrot called out: '^VVhat do yon want? What do you want?"' The astonished peasant at once took off his cap and said: "O, 1 beg your pardon, I thought you were a bird! I' — Mitzettuitl. —The Bank of Spain, on a capital of 150,000,000 peseta*, had, by a report just issued, a deposit account o...

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VERY TRUE, SO MAY YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

VERY TRUE, SO MAY YOU. Young man, you say you want a wlfo To bleu your home and cheer your life, A woman true in every way. Who does her duty evory day; Whole love is strong and good and pure, A love that wins and holds secure; A wife that will not scold mid fret And make you wish you ne'er had met; Whose presence is a shining lltrht; Whose counsel guides and keeps you right; Who trios to please Id little things, And to your homo rare comfort brings; A woman who knows how to mind Her own business, that's the kind Who loves her home and stays right there And does not run 'round everywhere To gossip and to idly chat And toll the neighbors this or that; Who, when you're troubled, cheers.you up. Ami sweetens every bitter cup; Who, when you're sick, will nurse, you through. As only loving hands can do. Young man, take my advice In this. If you're In search of perfect bliss. In weighing girls, see that yon place Good sense 'gainst beauty, wealth orgraeo. My friend, you think that you are ...

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FARMING IN MAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

FARMING IN MAINE. Obsorvationa of William Nyo, tho Veracious Chronicler. Slolg-h-Rldliig and Corn-Hoeing—A Great Stone Crop— The Wnrllllt'MH llullroiiil Pie-Gathering (ii<> Cranberry Croi». Tho State of Maine is a good plaoo in which to experiment with prohibition, but it is not a good place to farm it in vory largely. In the first place, the season is generally a little reluctant. When 1 was up near Moosehead Lake a short time ago people were driving across that bodf of water on the ice with perfect Impunity. That is one thin"; that interferes with tho farming business in Maine. If a young man is sleighriding every night till midnight ho. don't fuel like hoeing corn the following* day. Any man who has ever had his "feet frost-bitten while bugging potatoes will agree with me that it takes away the charm of pastoral pursuits. It is this desire to amalgamate dog days and Santa Clans that lias injured Maine as an agricultural hotbed. Another reason that might be a...

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A SAD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

A SAD STORY. A Oanßlitm-N I-nst Wight With Her Tiither—Slie I.rnriKMi Wlnlt Death \V;im. A few nights a^o the writer waa ordered out to one of Ihi! smaller Illinois oities to Investigate a certain case 01 er Sunday. On'the train wag a remarkably bright and oheery little girl, seven or eight yean of age, who broke up the wearlneM of (lie early night for all the passengers in her vicinity with her childish wit and fun. She was accompanied by a prominent Prairie Statt! politician, who looked at her rather sadly now and then as he told her story anil his errand. Her father was a distant, relative of General Grant, and during the hitter's second administration was made a Consul at some gaj European port. After marrying tie daughter of a well-known and wealth) citizen of his native city, they went abroad with the brightest prospects of happy life. Fail companions proved too much for the husband, and by the the time of his return home he was a WRKsk. Inllnenee, however, secured him a good ...

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GORGEOUS GOLDEN TROUT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

GORGEOUS GOLDEN TROUT. A Mjnti'l'ioiiH DroiSM <>f « KlliimlH <'rc<-k That <>Ull<th lii BwwHag ilfauty. "There is a trout in Whitney Creek, a tributary of Kern Hivor, in Kaunas," .said a veteran New York angler, '•the like of which does not exi.stin any other water of tha globe. It has an abode of its own in the upper waters of the creek, and'it is not invaded by any of the other breeds of trout, which swarm in the waters below, simply because it can not be got at by them. Tho reason of this i.s very simple. About six miles from the head of the creek there is a perpendicular waterfall, 160 feet high. The rock down which the water tumble* is solid and smooth on its face from bate to Humniit. There are no protruding ledges or hollows'it short intervals on the rock, liv means of which other trout. with leap after leap, fmm ledge to ledge and hollow to hollow, '-an scale this watery precipice, as they do in the ...

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THE DEATH OF GEN. GRANT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

THE DEATH OF GEN. GRANT. His Hume in Now York In in lie Spent Ulg l.nit Day*. Tim sorrow which the announcement Hint Oen, (inuit was dead carried throughout the country has only been equalled twice before in o if late history, and that win on th i occasion of tho shock at the news of Lincoln taking off, and the grief, together with relief, that the end wag reached in Garfleld 1! sufferings. For week* prior to his death (ion. Grant suffered the most absolute and terrible agony, not only of body, but of mind, without flinching. Tha martyrdom which his mind was compelled to endure daring the past year was only told by his face. Ho hail suffered humiliation before, and would have outgeneraled the misfortune which had so late in life befallen him had his health been ■pared, But through all tho anguish of mind occasioned by the thought that death only awaited him, ho never grew Impatient or complained. He bora it all for the sake of his family, to whom be was always the most affectionate ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

DR. WM, JENNIMSON, Pliysiclan, SAUSALITO, OAL. BAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. 1 Agents for all the San Francisco Dailies, AND General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery and General Supplies of that description. Mtorc In INnlolll.T Building. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. J. LOXtIAN KEEPS A FIRHT-I'LAHS Saloon and Recreation Rooms, ' BEST OK Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FOOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS And other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - OAL. Joseph M. Jewett, WAGON MAKER AND BLACKSMITH. "kTITAGONS AND CARfIMEBEII « riages Repaired, and new ones made to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Or Agricultural Machinery of all kind* Repaired on •tort nolle. HollSK SHOBI.NCJ attends to with promptness au dispatch. WATER STREET, SAUSALITO. A. LAWRENCE, DEALER IN — 4irl'O(*4'ri<'.S, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Li«|iiors, . Cigars and General Family Supplies. / PRIC...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

MAS & SUVA, DFALKR3 Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, And Cigars. £&~ We can compote with city linns in prioai and quality of gooda. BIAS & SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, NaiiHiilito - - - i-nl, SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc., Furnished at Reasonable Kates. Express Run to all points in Sausalito Dealer in Wood and Goal. WATER ST., BAUHALITO. GEO. SMITH - Prop. . „ , i., ■■ - - —— " ■■- ~~ THE SAN RAFAEL EXPRESS -FORWARDSParcels, Baggage, Etc. On every boat to ami from Sun Francisco. BUBNITUSE, PIANOS Moved on short notice by careful anJ experienced men. JOB WORK I'KOHPTLY ATTENDED TO. Order Box at Tanmliialm Htaltlo. 0. L. HOWARD, Proprietor, TAMALPAIS STABLE. Teams, Saddle Horses, Etc., Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. We linvo several large CARRYALLS, and can offer special facilities to Picnic Paitleß. Our Stock is equal to any in the State. Olve us a call. MANBEBO & CORDOZA, Proprietors, ADJOINI2JU RAILROAD WH...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

Tub mourning for our dead hero seems to increase if possible, each day. It is not that we judge from I the grand outward display of crape and bunting, and the general endeavor to show the greatest grief for our nation's loss. This may be impressive and suggestive of sorrow, but from the lip* of every one the name of Grant is spoken ten derly; and men speak to men of him as brothers o'er a father's grave. ; His death knell has sounded and j reverberated throughout the whole World, and still B6OIIH tolling louder, deeper each day as we realize the greatness of the man for whom ' they sadly peal. We are glad to notice the appre- ciation of our endeavors to please our subscribers in furnishing them an enlarged and improved paper. Besides many kind compliments we have also received considerable of the substantial encouragement from those who had previously been timid about conforming to the custom of paying subscription in advance. Every week adds new subscribers and advertisers and alth...

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