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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885
#§IRON "BITTERS Combining IKOS with PUKE VEGETABLE TONICS. (|ulrklj and completely CLEANSES and KNRH'UKS THE BLOOD, quicken! the action of the Liter and Kidneys. Clean lln rompl' \ion.makwi the akin smooth. It does not Injure the teeth, fauxe headache, or produce eon-stlpatlon-ALL OTIIKIt IKON MEDICINES DO. Physicians and Druggists everywhere recommend it. Dn. N. 8 Rraoi.F.B, of Marion. Mans . «ay«: "I reoonimHnd Brown* Iron Bittern as a valuable tonw foranriehinctha blood, and wmoTinit all dj»peptio aymptuma. It doet not hurt th« tuatn." Vn. 11. M. Dklzell. Reynolds, Ind., «ay« : " I bare pmwritnMl Bmwa's Iron Bittern in canra of ann Miii i and blood diftoanei, alno when a tonic wiu* needed, and it haa proved thoroughly aatiHfai-tory." MB.Ww. Btbss, 26 St. Mary St., New La., B. 1)*: "Brown's Iron Bittars relloTed ma in a cams of blood noiaoninK. and I heartily commend it to those needing a purifier." The Genuine ha» Trade Mark and crowed red lines on wrapper. Take no other. Made on...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885
S3 n « f tSR fife' POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thl« I'owJer never varies. A marvel of purity •trenirtli &gt; ami wholesomeness. Mori- economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold In competition with tho multitude of low test, short welitlit, alum or iilmiiiihate powders. Hold only in cans. KoTAL Dl%. Iso I'owuku 00. 106 Wall street N. V. RTuTAWARiT #R. U. AWARE THAT Lorillard's Climax Ping Wring a red tin tag; that Lorttlaril's ttfe but ana cheapest, .mallty conai,kn'«l» WHEN YOU GO TO SAN FRANCISCO CALL UPON THE London and New York Clothing Company -For Your Gents' Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods. 202, 204, 206 Kearney, Corner sutt?r KL-'* f San Francises «TCUUNTKY OKDBKS PBOMPTLY ATTENDED TOT*
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 30 July 1885
A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. California Wire Works, 329 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, MAM'FA("MIIIKKH OP WIRE EVERYTHING IN WIRE —— ♦ i DovLnrl U/!rn ' We offer for slllu at lowest fUjtiro D3FDBfI Vlirßl '.;* 4 iH.intrutrul.ir ami thick sot. llcin;; Ngahrfj liiunsoil we gaarantM our customers against damage*. Dnlinrr Uiiro i " &gt;"»&lt;**&lt;&gt;" »of vory l«»t start, Dull lift M IIC ( nil si*" ut I"*** market rates. U/irn Wn++!nrr.&lt; All moshos &amp; widths, ifalranliaU I WIIB Helling ( l ii.^lo,fi.r 1 KHiltryy»rd»,4c. UUiro Plntli (" f all '"'l!4 '" fruit cl ryera, thresh. IT iIC MOM ( en, lm&gt;■»!■■. rW.ilon, etc. Unn U/ira ' '** trtt'nin ''"I 1"- &gt;&gt;clo from Btocl In nUIJ 111 |U 1 long lonifthti »iHn-i:t!ly tor thu purptMu. Pnnkor Tronc ' a"( 1 :J1 ";I"'r Üb* of tra'w for bOpnGl...
A NEW TUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
A NEW TUNE. Sound the cymbal: beat the drum I . Toot the deep bassoon 1 The Kind millennium has come. That h 'ndOrgan man Has got a brandNew tune! "Sweet Violet*, "The Mulligan Quants," "Climbing Up the Golden Stair," The nwful bore, plays as before, lint til 11 The crank Grinds out thatsplonDid ait: "II Trovatore!" "Captain Jinks," Ho plays, and "Gentle Spring," Thou, as my jaded spirit sinks,— Why, man, He's got -■■-•- ■ ■' - A spike and span N w thing! It thrills my soul with rapturous bliss, That tune unknown Id me, I care not what its title Is, I tell Thee, friend, 'Tls a sweet melody. Then sound the cymbal! beat the druml Toot 1 toot the deep bassoon 1 Don't let amazement strike you dumb Just because He went '(lUlnst all the laws Of precedent, That hand--1 11 .'ii man, And got a bran&gt;&gt; Now tune. —SomrrvlUe Journal.
SCIENTIFIC BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
SCIENTIFIC BURGLARY. How the Professional Lock-Picker Does His Work. Vcuis of Close •study Nerpnnnry First—O|&gt;cnlii|r Sufea—UciilliiK Hit* Combination — Throwing ItiiltH ami i.illiriK Ban A i.di Expert. A young fellow with a bright face, a , tattered hat and a much-worn suit of ■ clothes, has visited almost all the down-town business ollices during the i past week with the model of a doof in I his hand, the door being equipped with ; »i strong lock, a bolt and a steel key. A : little sachel strung from a strap over ; his shoulder was generally pulled around in front of him as be deposited toe model of the door on the desk of the person ho had selected as his victim, and while tho latter was regarding the door model and the impudence of the man I he young fellow selected from a bundle of brass wires in the sachel one or two particu- : lar ones, with which he first ejected the steel key from its place in the lock and then threw back the bolt, finally turning the lock and op...
MENTAL DISTURBANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
MENTAL DISTURBANCES. Irratioiiulity Wlilrli OMM DMtSJOTtMUIf »ur I iisiiitily. The lowest grade of mental disturbance is seen in that temporary appearance of irrationality which comes from an extreme slate of "abstraction" or absence of mind. To I hi! vulgar all Intense preoccupation with ideas, by calling oil' the attention from outer things and giving a dreamlike appearance to the mental state, is apt to appear symptomatic of "queerness" iv Ihe head. lint in order that it may find a place among distinctly abnormal features this absence of mind must attain a certain | depth and persistence. Tim ancient Story of Archimedes and the amusing anecdotes ol Newton's tits, If authentic, might be said perhaps to illustrate Ihe border line between a normal and :in abnormal condition of mind. A more distinctly pathological case Is that of , Beethoven, who could not be made to understand why his standing in his i night attire at an open window should attract the irreverent notice of the street...
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. The sunshine of life is made up ol vitv little !"':itns. tlnit :in- liri^ht all thn time. Arktn. The City Mission of Berlin circulates no less than 7/&gt;,OOO printed sermons on Sunday mornings. —The average age of the graduating class of Princeton this year is twentytwo years, five months and eight days, — N. Y. Tribune. —Some index of the growth of Dakota is found in the reports of the Sun-day-schools. Six years 800 these numbered mi, with 8,000 pupils There are now 640, with 80.000 scholars. Chicago 'Ii mi s. —It v. Thomas Harrison, "boy preacher. ' who lias gone from Lo iNvillc to Denver, estimates that he has "oonverted 40.000 souls shtoe the beginning of his evangelical career. -A. Y. Sun. A member of the graduating class of Cornell University was graduated and married on the same day, attended the class ball, turned lnto»a wedding reception through the energy of his mother* iu-ltiw in the evening. BuffaloSxprett. —During the past fourteen ye...
The Language of the Profession. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
The Language of the Profession. How quietly everything was getting on in the TulVboy family! The cat was napping on the, rug, TufVboy, Ni\, was napping behind his newspaper, and the maternal head was dozing the spectacles off her nose. Just then Jimmy came rushing in like a whirlwind on a summer afternoon. "I say, datl, I've got adandv curve.' "A a- what, sir?" said his father. "A dandy curve. The fellers Say no kid ct.u knock me out of the box." "Knock you out of the bo ? What does Ihe boy mean?" queried hU mother. "I don't know, it's all Greek to me "Oh, dad! What did you sit over on the ball ground for all this week?" said Jimmy There was no moro napping in that family for one while.- llarlfurd J'ost.
Something New in Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
Something New in Cookery. A gentleman seated behind a plate ol beef and beans in one of tho coffee and cako saloons of Park row said to the waiter: "Hring me a napkin." "A whatP" "Napkin." The waiter shook his head dubiously. "I don't believe we've got any," iie said, "but I'll ask the boss, r'rhapt hell send out for it. How do you waul it cooked?"-tf. ¥. Sun.
WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
WIT AND WISDOM. —I 'file Jack —"My niamma's new Ciß is hand-painted." I.in In Dick "Poohl who cares? Our wholo fence | is." —On iifu's journey, without a desli i nation, Ihe traveler is sure to get lost in the woods. —Whiliitall Tinuf. —When a person with a very sharp eye,has discovered our many imperfections, it is quite natural for us to e\ claim: "I hate tho sight of him." lloston Transcript. —An o d bachelor says: "It is all nonsense to pretend love is blind. I never now a man in love tiiat did not see ten times as much in his sweetheart as I could. —Awiso exchange pays "only one woman in a thousand can whistle." This probably results from the fact, that so long as a woman can talk sho doesn't care to whistle.— Toltdo Made. —A poot speaks of grass as "the hair thatco'ers the faOO of Nature." If this is reliable, Nature is to bo congratu htted. She doesn't havn to pay out very much for barber bills so long as the lawn mower takes ils regular exercise. N. Y. Graphic. —Sample of Co...
The Proper Way. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
The Proper Way. "How dow you manage to get away from your paper so long?" asked a man of an Arkansaw editor whom he met at the New Orleans Exposition. "Oh, easy enough." "Get somebody to run your paper, 1 eh?" , '-No, sir. I lock up the ofios and como away. I generally Muy away about two weeks." "Don't your subscribers complain?" "Yes, when I return. You see they like a resting spell occasionally, and don't like to look forward to a good time and then be disappointed. That's the only way to ruu a paper, for ■•. s pleasauter, and besides, it pays better."—Arkaruaw 'lravtltr.
THE TIME-PIECE VEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
THE TIME-PIECE VEST. Hoflfenitelu Qlvm lilt Clerk a I.e««oil 111 Practical Economy. Trade on PoydrM street was dull, and most of the shop-kwpers in the vicinity of the market occupied chairs on the ildeValk and chatted with each other about the news of the day. Hofloustein. however, sat alone, engrossed in deep thought and wondering if the present summer would be as dull as the outlook indicated. While he was thus engaged Herman came to the door and said: "Misder Hoffenstein, if ye don't purtv quick puts some camphor mil dose black merino vests de roaches v ill eat dem all avay, und I (links it vill be veil if ye does de same ding mit dose vito vool hats, because de last time dat I sells yon uf dem de man comes back to do store de next day und dells me dot he find enough of bed-bugs untler de lining to stock a house, und dot he haf to boil ho hat shust like it vos a vegetable before he could year it. unit den he dells mo dat yen he bolls it dat dc hat stretches vorse den a bicco uf ...
HE WON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
HE WON. lluw s Ilrtrolt llruininnr l)ill.on«tr»UiJ I ii.ii ii"' Negro Wua Uoueat Thero wore half a dozen men with their chairs tilted back in front of the hotel, mid the talk waa on the characteristic^ of the negro. Itseenedto be tlio general opinion that the Southern negro iru naturally light-lingered, but ill lit iiiiiv a i!i iiniini'i- for a Philadelphia saddlery house threw away hiscjgar stub iiml said: "Gentlemen, hut is a silver dollar. I'll Ix't it om be left on the tablo in my room up stairs for twenty-four hours and no OM will remove it." A gentleman from Macon said he would like to wager !&gt;/&gt; on that, and the terms were soon settled, It Wis agreed that tin! drummer should go to his room and lay the dollar on the table, and if it was there at the same hour the next day the W%gn was his. Several marked the coin and recorded the date, and the drummer was trusted to leave it as agreed. Next day, at the same hour, a committee of three visited the room. Ser...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
DR. WM, JENNINGSON, PHysician, SAUSALITO, OAL. SAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. A gouts for all tbo San Francisco Dailies, AND General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery and Genoral Supplies of that deacriptiou. _ Mtor&lt;&gt; In I'pHtoflice Miilldinc. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. J. LOZtZAN Kr.KI'H A riMT-CtAfU Saloon and Recreation Rooms, —or OF — Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FOOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS tAnd other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - CAL. Joseph M. Jewett, WAGON MAKER AND BLACKSMITH. ,-—^^■tTTAUONS AND CAR jZjSjNflpW riufea Uepairod, and uew ones made to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. , A";i If Agricultural Machinery of all klud» ltepulreil on ihoTt notice. HORBK SHOBINIi ntlisudeU to with promptneia ami dispatch. WATER •TREET. SATJSAMTO. A. LAWRENCE, DEALKR IN - Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, ■ Liquors, f Cigars and (jeneralFamily S...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
MAS &amp; SUVA, DFALER9 — Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, .And Cigars. J3s?~ We can compete with city firms in pricos and quality of goods. DIAS &amp; SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, KatHNiilito - - - €al. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc., Furnished at Reasonable Kates. Express Run to all points in Sausalito i Dealer in Wood and Coal. \ WATER ST., SAUSALITO. GEO. SMITH - - Prop. THE SAN RAFAEL IT*** ft—. EXPRESS —FORWARDS— Parcels, Baggage, Etc. On every ho.it to and from Sun Francisco. EUENITTJEE, PIANOS Moved on short notice by careful anil experienced | men. JOB WORK mOUPTLY ATTENDKI) TO. Order Box at Ininaliiai- lit able. O. L. HOWARD, Proprietor, | TAMALPAIS STABLE. Teams, Saddle Horses, Etc.,Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. We hive «e»eral large I'AUKYALIA and can offer special facilities to I'ienic Parties. Our Stock is equal to any in the State (live us a call. MANBEBO &amp; CORDOZA, Proprietors, ADJOINISO RAILROAD WUAKF, HAITHAI...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
«-.,„,!.■ :.:v ■&lt;■■■■'■ i:ii\\ To '.i » ' •■■•• ■■•":: ■'■; r' ■'■"' , la ■&gt; wt:«lirnr.i.l'V-::r.« :i A- tlv ""Ivv '"-'- • •■ - * ■iwe 1 &gt;vr ;.'. • *■■'■ " ■•: — AI. will lie know Ibto: !!« « t We give our her.&gt; brave, at 1. -..- And two more days and all that is earthly of our hero Grant will find its final resting place in the beautiful Riverside P«rk,New York. His funeral will be the grandest pageant ever witnessed in the world. In every large city in the Union funeral obsequies will be conducted ,and participated in by all -the soldiers win fought with him—the soldiers win fought against him—the blue and the gray for the first time so cheerfully joining heart and hand over the grave of America*, hero and savior. In reference to the death of General Grant the following is the conclusion of a masterly article in the Philadelphia LfcDOKB! On one of the days during the alarming relapse, near the end of last March, the illustrious soldier s...
LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885
LITERARY. THIRD MEETING OF THE SAUSALITO READING CIRCLE. Ir is with a feeling of pride that we present with the opening of our literary department, some of the masterly work of our talented Reading Circle. We have in this issue devoted the department exclusively to the report of their meeting and glowing tributes to the poet Burns. We are grateful to the Circle for their kind rsolutions offered in our absence from their meeting, to contribute their original productions to this department; and we feel confident that a circle of fine literary genius has been permanently formed from amongst our own gifted people, and that our readers will be furished with many rare literary treats from a group which we hope may be fostering the genius for some of the future bright laurels of Fame The Reading Circle met at Mrs. Hamlin's on Wednesday evening, August 6th. Fourteen members answered to the roll call. The president being absent, Prof. Furlong filled the chair pro tem . Miscellaneous business...