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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. THE SEASIDE lII] SO TI FIXE NEW. SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS. WINES, LiW.HiS AND CIGiRS. ; r^-.',, BAVI.Vf! I!K.K«TABI.ISirKpi MY py£&j'hti»lii*»« In Sun ■: 111 i 1 rwpwtfqllf *itsi&&'' li'-'t th«f nimtr patrouiffsol myliltaJ« mi . tli «. n rtl puUie. THOS. RYAN, Prop. W. D- HOBRO, ; Plumber Gasfitter, 723 Washington Street, i ';■...:. ilia Plu7.ii, San i\rn_iicji.sc:o, Oul. • ■. —— Work (loiip nt nsonabl« Uut»». All OrJers Promptly Atl n l< ii to. Colman & Franklin.] LONDON AND M YORK Clothing Company! Men's Boys, and Children's CLOT] I i N(i i 202-201-200 a-, St., cor. tivtkr SI. i . .. :-j.v.\ Francisco.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

I ■ • ■ -'-. NEW a 1 > ["ISEMEJi IS. Kill BAN BAKERY, lea Ciimiiii mill <*h(T.m< Pin lor. /-'(■ cream, confectionery % I Cake*:, Etc. A COMPLKTK STOCK 01? i i < ikii. :: KnrxLn and plain < \mmi;s. I • I'mnli* . siipplicl wilh lli-eml id., tit < rcusnutibla HIS. ..OPPOHTE.. Fl.i; R v WII A R F, iC.'i.EMi'NM \\ !!■;■ - - rnoyiiiEToit! (iEESK FOII MALE! . Imm I.OI' OK iiV.KHK AUK Ot'KKItEI) i ••.: 1 Kali ul ll,kpluc«. lu'iulrr nl Ml;:- r.\Ml»!'l 1.1,. i Wi Ddwai'd Vullry. :LjOrr SAIIVK i, •ii HIBS|.WIMi|NH W'ATfil, A.mfhiims i Ma\c ■: .Hi uliilii. Dili mill,'- 111.i 111 h» In ; Kirn- mm ,»l»i the Intcrlptlon ■•« , '. V. t^> tlftngta" j J^itut I , I»VI Ml I 'miT|. ,ii I f,| |l M'h II Ml Mm Fii ry, , \Vb lih"<il-i.v ufii muuili Juiy '.'.' I. A Kiiitalilc r- «mrd [srlll !>.,,..: 1..1 IN if-lurn to r'api. ni. L'tnipbrll, 1 hlii|i Hiirliain. or . I Ilia Pokt Ollii'n, .' ■ < UICKENB ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

WATER JUJES. i ■ I. ■ ■■ j „ :i** P WATER KATES. . ... ... , t ILJ I, ** OTICE! Water Rates .. . a :4i> . . Conditions ....OF THE....' SAUSALITO Land and Ferry co:m::p.a.:n"x\ 01 lii I Of 1 111. S A ISA hi TO LAND a.m. IKIiKY COMPANY .Ye. 110 California St, /loom .''. San I'i:\N< im'h, Jim. 'JfJ, 1885, NOTICE AH TO WATER HAIKU AND cuMMlluNh, mm: bausaljto land and FIB_L ry 0 puuy has tinl right to claim and aiarl nil the privilege* of » Water ComI in] under the following clauses of its Atilolfi "I Incorporation, relating to this "objects ami purposes for which said company In formed." viz: "Building Humes, damn, aqueducts reservoirs ami other Htinctnres appropriate, to (be .supply and dlMrlbatlou of WHlar." "Of collecting, disiributinij mid falling water." The ConiDiiny lins lately applied tr> 111" Board of Supervisors of Maria county tir di mill i si ii.ii-ih monthly Miles for water. la be charged and collected by this Company. Thh Hoard of Snpemti;...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

PITH AND POINT. —The human crank turns himself. "And furnishes the nearest approach to perpetual motion." —"Fashion" has been cleverly hit off as "an arbitrary disease, which leads all goose to follow in single file the goose that sets the style." —It is difficult to say what race existed at the beginning of the history of mankind, but It is probable that the people who Will l)' 1 on hand at the end are the Finnish. —"How to breathe" is a capton in nn exchange. The best way Is through tiie nose and mouth. Those writers who teach breathing through the cars j and eyes can not be too strongly condemned.— A. Y. Herald. —A little quiet shutting of the month when we are tempted to tell .what we ••heard about somebody" would soon cure that abominable, soul-cursing, mind-destroying habit of small tali in which we indulge. — N. Y. Independent. — I waited anxiously with dread unfeigned—7 held my breath, my utterance was choked—My muscles twitched, my every nerve was strained—With humid tears ...

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AFGHANISTAN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

AFGHANISTAN. ■'he Superstition* Which Prevail In Thia Coveted Kcglon. ■ Medicine among the Afghans is in a crude form. It is a jumble of superstition with here and there a grain of Sense intermixed. Even the well-to-do people of the peasantry live in mudhouses consisting of one room, windowless, and with but one small door of exit. Hero the family, however largo, live and sleep. Chimneys are unknown, or indeed, any kind of smoke-hole or ventilator. Water for drinking purposes is often obtained from a small rivulet, a branch of the canal, generally impure, muddy stuff. Yet when the people are sick, they ascribe it to the evil iniluonce of malicious jinnN who are always wandering about, ready for any wicked mischief. The people believe that if a man sick with small-pox hears thunder, he becomes deaf, hence tom-toms (drum.) are beaten around him during a thun-der-storm that ho may not hear the fatal sound. Incantations, jugglery and charms are popular remedies. If the patient recovers,...

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“CROSSEST MAN IN ALABAMA.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

“CROSSEST MAN IN ALABAMA.” " l>e crosses! man in Alabama lives dar," said the driver as we approached a way-side kome i near Hehna, Al*., to ask accommodations for the night. At BUpper, and alter it, "mine host scowled at every one, found fault with every thing earthly i and [ was won Jer. Ing if be would not u'lowl if the heavenly halo didn't fit him, when incidental mention being made of the comet of 1882, he said : "1 didn't like its form, its tail should have been fall shaped !" But next morning, be appeared halfoffended at our offering pay for bis hospitality! My companion, however made him accept as a present a sample from his case of Six weeks later 1 drew up at the same i bouse. The planter stepped lithciv from the porch, and greeted me cordially. I could Scarcely believe that this clear complexioiied, bright-eyed, animated fellow, and the morose being , of a few weeks back, weie the same. He inquired after my conipuiion ol the , former visit and regretted be was ...

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A WICKED DRIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

A WICKED DRIVER. Reprehensible Conduct or » Texas StreetCar Driver. The conduct of some of (he drivers on the street cars in Austin is certainly very reprehensible. An old lady got on the street car. and as soon as she set her eyes on the driver she called out: "You are the very driver that re-fu-ed to stop the car and made fun of me." "Yesterday afternoon?" he asked. ••Yes; yesterday afternoon." "On tin' corner ot Pecan Street?" "Yes." "On the northwest corner?" "Just about that corner."' "At three o'clock'. "Yes, sir; it was three o'clock." "Was it a blu • car, with a bay mule?" i "Certainly: blue ear and bay mule, and a Idler with a red pimple on his DOM, and a mouth like a cattish, just like yours, driving it!" she exclaimed, excitedly. •'And you craned out your neck ths way, opened your mouth until oneoonld read the maker's name on your falsa teeth, and bawled out, ".-top that — car! stop -that—car!' " "Yes, you scoundrel!" she replied, draw n" back to hit him with her umbrella...

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HE HAD THE BULGE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

HE HAD THE BULGE. The Contract thp n1,..1..i11.nt Boy Made With Hit lutti.r. "No, my son," he replied as he put on his hat, "you can't go to the circus." "Hut why, father?" "Well, in the first place I can't fool away my money on such things." "Yes, but I have enough of my own." "And in the next place it is a rough crowd, the sentiment is unhealthy, and no respectable person can countenance such things." "Hut, fath :." "That's enough, sir! You can't go! I want you to enjoy \ ourself, but you must seek some more respectable amusement' 1 An hour later a curious thing happened in the circus tent. A boy climbed to the top flight of seats and sat down beside a man who had just finished a glass of lemonade and was lighting a cigar. He had his plug hat on the back of his head, and seemed to be enjoying himself hugely. It was father and son. The father had gone straight to the grounds from dinner. and the boy had run away. They looked at each other for half a minute, and then the boy got in ...

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A Confounded Fool. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

A Confounded Fool. "Are you interested in tho subject of steamship navigation, sir?" said a wheezy old man with a wandering eye, as he took a seat and made himself at home in the private ollico of a State street business house the other day. "No, sir, 1 am not," said the head of the firm, rather curtly. '•If a man was to tell you that he could build a ship that would cross tho Atlantic in twenty-four hours, what would you say?" Inquired the old man, leaning forward to oatoh the answer. •'l'd say he was a confounded tool," responded the merchant, with emphatic promptness. ••Well, sir, 1 can build that ship." "You can?" "Yes, sir, I can." "Then, sir. permit me to strengthen my previous remark by saying that I consider you a blamed bight bigger fool than my first observation indicated." ••Why so, sir?' •'Because you don't build it. Good* day. sir." The old man picked up his hat aiuj slid out. Chicago Ledger, —How rapid a progress the women of the South are making in the matter of educa...

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WOUNDS IN ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

WOUNDS IN ANIMALS. How They May lio Uepalred—Tho Two - Methods in Use. There are two principal methods by which wounds are repaired. The first of these, and the more favorable of the two, is the method termed by surgeons healing by the first intention. Under favorable circumstances this takes place in an incised wound when the cut. surfaces are brought carefully together and maintained in close contact after bleedIng lias ceased. The two surfaces then become cemented together by the formation of a thin intermediate layer of new tissue. The other principal mode of repair is healing by tno second intention. That is what takes place in large incised wounds when the cut surfaces can not be brought and maintained In apposition, anil it is the invariable method of repair In punctured and lacerated wounds. Here the gap In the texture becomes tilled up by the growth of new material taking place from the bottom of the wound, while a new skin grows inwards from the edge of the wound. This ski...

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The Object of a Ditch. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

The Object of a Ditch. A New Yorker who was in New Jersey last fall found a number of men digging B ditch between two small lake* In a park. "I don't see the obje 1," he observed, after inrvnying the work for a while. "No," dryly answered tlifl bOM. '•'l'lie lakes are too shallow to be navigated." '•WellP" "And the ditoh can't be of any use except to tin' lish." "Mebbenot" "Say!" called the nettled New Yorker, "what is the object of your infernal cjld diieli, anyhowP^ "To issue $100,000 worth of bonds on," was the calm reply.— Wall Street Daily News. —California papers state that John W. Maekay has given $100,000 to Hishop Monogue for tin! erection of a church at Sacramento. Pierced has 113,106 acres of wheat and 4,700 acres of barley less under cultivation this y*ar til ill last.

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NO MYSTERY ABOUT IT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

NO MYSTERY ABOUT IT. There are no mysteries or secrets about the compounding of Brown 1! Iron Bittern. The procuration of iron is the only one that can be taken without Injuring; tho teeth or stomacli. It gives vigor to th« feebla, liln to the debilitated, ami health to the dyspeptic. You lli-i-d not fear to give it to the most delicate child. Mix. Kimuu Williams, of Starkweather, Mix , nays, '■ It relieved my daughter of dyspepiia, ui»d myself of gsneral debility."

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WHAT AN EMINENT LECTURER SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

WHAT AN EMINENT LECTURER SAID. Prominent among gentlemen who have attnini'il a national reputation is Mr. Edward 1,. Wilson, of l'liil.ulrlpliia, a natural artist, :i superior photographeri and a fascinating speaker, hi winter he addresses large audiI ences, ami in Hummer ho (,hes illustiatod lecture! Nt tint vavi"Uß camps of mural and religious Instruction throughout the country. In consequence of close application to his i professional duties Mr. Wilson becamo a conI tinued invalid. Hjn absorbing labor connected with photographing the Centennial Exhibition In ls7i;, when lie hoi charge of over a hundred artists and workmen, first impaired hi* naturally strong constitution, To a representative of a city paper who ; called upon Mr. Wilson, he gave the following 1 relation in regard to his loss of health and Mibtequent complete restoration: " l'hi' strain OH me had been too great, I went down, down, gradually, 1 became so piosWaled that I could not shep more than an hour or two in Hi...

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BESET ON ALL SIDES [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

BESET ON ALL SIDES l!y malaria) how ihall we (teapa tha dread Infection? in the question which the daub at fever and afM districts utk theuiHelveit. 'I'liH aimwer comeH from foinipr snlfrrera who for years have (w.ip.'ii tho visitatiotiH of the periodic ncimri;p, through the protecting Inrtuunceof Hnatnttnr'i Stomach Ititters. When the ii('iTH»ily fur usiliK preventive measure* nrisoH, ma this means of prevention at once. It irirnlitai the liver, facilitates digestim, mid liberates impurities from the system, when such exist, by promoting healthful action of the bowels and kidneys. Art early, In .ill regions where miasmatic Vipon breed disease, it is absolutely necessary to be provided with a HufeßUard, and this ii true, ' though a sojourn iii such localities is destined to be brief. No one can afford to breath? malaria for a abort time. The Hitter* is ■ sovoreign specific for rheumatism, debility and nervousness. Keep it on hand. »♦« Ouaymas is full of wounded soldier*. The rainy s...

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BROWN'S LITTLE JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

BROWN'S LITTLE JOKE. "Why, Brown, bow short your coat In," Kiiiil JuDM one liny to hii friend lirown, who wittily replied: "Yes, but it will bo long eiiHU^h bafon I get another." Some men Hpfiiil ho much foe nieilicini't that neither heal nor help them, that new clothes ix with thi'Ki like HigeU' visits— few and tar between. Internal fever«, weakucHH of the lun^H, shortii( sh of lufiitli and lingering coughs, sunn yield to tin- majHo inlhiriu-n ol that royal remedy. Dr. It. V. I'ierce's "Golden Medical Diioovcry." i ia)i i John WafneTi a^tnl twenty-nine, was found dead near Foleum recently. Cansa of death iinkn.iH n. Catarrh— A sew treatment liiu been dlttcovorec wlioreliv a |>vrniaiieiit cure ia oilucted in from ono to tliiL-c :i|i|.li.uti.mii. Purtlcularn awl treat frn on rtouipt ul btanip. A. 11. inxox & Son, :iur. Kiiijt streel vasti Turuuto, I'aniuln. ■\VTien JUby «M s'clc, wo Rave horCASTOTtTA, Vkea alio mi n Child, she cried for CAHTOIiLA, Idea sho baea...

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PILES! PILES! PILES! A SURE CURE FOUND AT LAST! NO ONE NEED SUFFER [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

PILES! PILES! PILES! A SURE CURE FOUND AT LAST! NO ONE NEED SUFFER A sure euro for Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Williams, (an Indian Homed called Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment A single box has cured the wont chronic cases of lift 1 or 30 years' standing. No one need sulfur five minutes after applying thin wonderful sooth ing medicine. Lotions, Instruments and electuaries do more harm than good. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense, itching, (particularly at night after getting warm in bed) acts as a poultice, gives instant relief, and is prepared only for piles, itching of tho private parti*, and for nothing else. Head what the Hon. J. M. Coflinberry, of Cleveland, says about Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment i "I have used scores of Pile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such in.mediate and permanent relief as Dr. Williams 1 Indian Ointment." (''or sa...

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$500 REWARD. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

$500 REWARD. The former proprietor of Dr. Safe's Catarrh Remedy, for yean made a standing, public offer in all American newspapers of $500 reward for • cats of catarrh that he Could not cure. The present proprietors have renewed this offer. All the druggists sell this remedy, together with the "Douche," and all other appliance* advised to be used in connection with it. No catarrh patient Is longer able to ■ay "I cannot be cured." You get §*>0O In case of failure, >». F.x-dov. P.lasdell hao sold*group of mines at Aurora, Nev., to an Knglisli syndicate.

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OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

OF GENERAL INTEREST. —The pearl fisheries off the Lower California coast are said to have produced fifteen million dollars last year. —The juice of the Bartlett pear, in some medical cases, is used in California, both as food, and drink . At iirst the invalid grows tUn upon the diet, but in a few weeks gains strength. —Last year 8,457.309,017 cigars and 904,3:54,000 cigarettes were manufactured ii the United States, requiring over 91,000,000 pounds of leaf. In 187-' not 40,000,000 pounds were used. — N. Y. Sun. —The Irish jaunting car, which has been under the ban since- the Phoenix Park trag- dy, has again come into favor, the Prince of Wales having used one on his recent visit to the Lakes of Killarney. — Nearly all the sheep-shearers of California come from Santa Rosa and travel in bands during the shearing season, many hands making quick work even with tho large flocks. — San Francisco Call. Mr. Arthur L. Shumway writes to the Cleveland Plaindealer that fifteen mines of magnetic...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885

t HUMILIATING ERUPTIONS ITCHING AND BURNING TORTURES Ami every argents of Itiiiixii, B<"alv, Pimply, Inherited, Scrofulous, anil Contagious llisii'usi'H of the ; Hlooil, Skin, and Scalp, with Lou at Hair, from ' i Infancy to old »|{C, are positively cured by the I i in cm liKMLint.H. ii iiiiiia Rholvuit, the new blood ]mritt«r. i rleai:eeH the blood and jutki iiution of iuipuritlcH and poisonous elements, iiinl liius removes the cause. ! I'lTli'ißA, the uniit Skin Cure, instant 1)' tlUyi Itching anil Intlainnmtion, clears the Skin anil Scalp, j iiealri I its :rinl Soles, and restores the Hair. CUTict'lU So.m', an •xqublt* Skin lleautifler and Toilet Ue<|iiUit«, |ii-<'| itrt'd trow Ci ihtka, is iudis- j l-cnsahle lii treating Skin I>iMCUMes, Uahy Huinorti, skin Illeuiishes. tiwpped unit oily Skin, Bold every where. Price : c.'iticika, j Biwit I km, $1; so*i', i..-. Prepared by the I'orit.u limn AND CBmiCiL CO. i IIOHTOX, llAtl. f^*Seiui for...

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