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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

WATER HATES. __ . . NOTICE! Water Rates i.i.A^D...; ■ 4 Conditions ..i.OP the.... < sA irsALtTd Land and -Ferry COMPANY. ■ 1 ■ * ■ oihi k OF i:iK SACS A J, I T d IiANHAMi FERRY COMPANY ,\./. 419 I .»»' i • nia St. Room 9. - S.i\ liuM'HCi), Jan. 20, 1883 No::cie as to watmi loiin *M) coki>iiionrpillv RAUSALfTO I.AN't) AND l-TII-.L ly Comp my has I lie rlt{hl la claim mill ekorl nil the i inilißfrH of n Water Compuny under the following clauses of ilit Articles of Incorporation) telutlug to the "nlijeciH ii ml | lupuses for which said company is formed.' 1 trim; -"ilulldiuu ilnmca. dtima, aqueducts reaervoira anil oilier alrncturea appropriate lo the supply and distribution of water." "Of collecting, diarihutitig and Felling wilier." . . Company baa lately applied tn the ir i ■ fin mill '' tit); •lliill(!li!« flumes, fl'irns, iiqU'iinrtß •■rviiirn iinil inln'l siiiictorea nppi"piiult» lln' supply itnil ilisliihuliuii 'if water 'Of colUi'tiug, ills nliutiiiK mill ...

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HIGH-PRICED CHICKENS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

HIGH-PRICED CHICKENS. Pleat? "f Coehlni Sold r.ir Fifty DoUan I „ \. ...«.,, r i- .«; <.r:iy *hsngi)*lt Brine li»r Hundred Dollart. A port voting salesman stood beside n >'iv:ii coop <if pigeons in :i poultryfancier 1s store yesterday, talking nbonl the merits of three handsome chickens in a ■mall ooop I efore hhn to another youth. while ■ white-haired old farmer from Jersey stood byand listened attentively. ■•Tliese are genuine Cochins,'' said the salesman, "and they are an nnusu- : sually fine lot. Cochins ordlnßrily sell j for Si- for the trio, but the boss says that these nm~t Dot bo sold for lessthan ISO, He is particularly pleased with the matched colon of these, and don't oare whether any one boys them or not. I don't believe that :>- great a prioe was ever asked for chickens before." "You are wrong there," said the old farmer. "I can tell you :i story, and it's; ■ true one. about prices paid for fowls that are simply beyond ordinar...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

PITH AND POINT. —Xo p;:-s mis l;i-v 'ease b» <!"an want money, out beca'se he doM want ttr work— At - 'a. —The ordinary .stride of Maud S. Is seventeen feet per second. That of a man dodjjinj; a butcher bill is twentyone.—Detroit Free r««. —A dealer in cheap boots in one of his advertisements says: •'Ladle* wishing these cheap shoes will do well to call soon, as they will not last lon£. — Chicago Tribune. — "<.;. is soviry olose," was obeerred by 8.. "that ho w:! squabble about a fart him: ■ "Well " remarked \Y. , "I have always thought that the leas one squabbles "about the better." — -V. Y. Mai. —Flossie told her mother some new*. to which the latter replied: "You don't say *o!" "Mamma." said Flossie, '•why do you say 'You don't say so' when I've just this minute said it?"— Boston Post. —Inou:r rsfraphist" andoubt 1 from the om of the ■ • • _ : each paragraph. Therefor ■ y t .u are t in youi : reform of the word to "paragrkfisi " ■ urrtmt. —Jt'eatheriy was ma...

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EVERYBODY'S AIR-BRAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

EVERYBODY'S AIR-BRAKE. ■•Yes. sab," said I'ncle Zae!i, "I'se watched it forty years an' its as ! sex; De Fast of May an' Christmas day of de same year alh rs comes on de same Week day." Further conversation proved Uncle Zach a most incredulous person, Chancing to mention Dr. Carver's feat of breaking glass balls with a rifle, he said: "I heerd 'bout dat shootin' and knowed right off it wasn't squar' ; dat was a Yankee trick, boss' sho's you bom." ¶ "What was the trick?" ¶ "Dar wuz loadstone put into de gass balls, an' likewise onto de bullets; so when de bullet fly outen de gun, it an' de ball jes drawed tergedder, which, in course, brokes de glass—datsde trick!" ¶ Later, Uncle Zach observed a rope running along the side of the car. ¶ "Boss,What's dat line fur?" ¶ "To apply the air-brake in case of accident." Then we had further to explain how the force of the brake was obtained, to which Uncle Zach responded : "Look a here boss, you shoiy don'l '-(> ■ me to b'leeve dat f...

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USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. —Late potatoes are the best for winter USO. -( 'ht^l li Ji.urit'l'. —Many of our best farmers believe that ground cob gives bulk which ass -•- in ;;•■ digestion of oorn.—(3ettland i ■ ler. —Never discard a variety of >m:tl! fruit, nor regi table, nor potato, which fires MtisJ for an untried cew one. no matt r who lays that it is betler. — Ban Fki.' I nicle. — Plants watered with water a few degrees warmer than the temperature of t lie atmosphere will make a far more n* growth, all other conditions IviiiLT equal, than thoSJS to which cold water is applied. —To make rice padding take one cup of rice to ten cups of milk, put it into tt cool oven until thoroughly swelled, sweeten and flavor to taste: add r:ii~;n* and let it cook until dove. I like it better cool. The milk will seem like cream served with it for sauce. — The Qtttrwr. —The great problem of farming for the future of America is to handle "Id and worn soils, to conserve what natural fertilit...

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Fences. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

Fences. A Maine farmer says of fences: "If 1 had my way I wouldn't have a fence on the farm. In the first place, there are over 64,000 farmers in Maine. Now, their farms have in the aggregate over 42,000,000 rods of * fences,'. or rising 131,000 miles. This is outside, ornamental need and does not include some 2,000 miles or more of railroad fencing. There are 11,000 rods of : highway fences, 16.000,000 rod* of partition Deuces, and some 15,000.000 rods of division fences. Estimating th" cost of these fences it *1 per rod, and that would, I thick, be a fair estimate, and the total cost of fences in Maine is over $42,000,000. This is nearly as much , as all the farm* and their buildings are ; worth. It is more than twice and ft | half the value of ail our live stock, and ! nearly at much as the entire capital of the State vetted In manufacture!."

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A PENNSYLVANIA ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

A PENNSYLVANIA ROMANCE. Mow Mr. Lincoln U. lifviil the DIltrMtCS of i» New ly.Mii rii'il Cotlpl*. In the spring of 1868, a very hand* some and attractive young lady from l'h iadelph'a came to mv offloe with a notn from a friend ask nx me to a~<;st her in obtaining an Interview w tli the President. Some Ime ago she had been married to a young m\u who was. a lieutenant In a Pennsylvania reg'ment. He had been compelled to have her the day after the wedd ng to rejoin li s command in the army of th" l'otomae. After some time he obtained leave of absence, returned to Ph'ladel- > ph:a. and started en a brief honeymoon journey With his bride. A movement of the army being imminent, the War Department issued a peremptory order requiring all absent officers to rejoin their regiments on a certain day, on penalty of dismissal in ea«e of disobedience. The bride and "room away on their hurr el wedding tour, failed to see the order, and on his return he was met by a notice of ...

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LONGEVITY IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

LONGEVITY IN HORSES. How Severe Training Prolongs the Life of the Thoroughbred. While the aptitude for living to a great age is undoubtedly inherited, still this tendency to long living many times shows up in the character of a spur:, as a single son or daughter from a given pair may attain to a great age. all other scions from the same stook being only moderate long livers. As to longevity, as we ordinarily meet with it, there are physical signs that, fully inspected and estimated at their worth, will always be found to tally with the results. The thoroughbred" has a firm structure throughout, clearly the result of transmission through an agency rendered linn of tissue by continuous and somewhat severe training, ignoring accumulation of fat. The latter substance in excess, or even approaching this, places the horse, or the person with this peculiarity, as though with a sword suspended over him by a very weak thread. Lif? is prolonged by such repeated eff. rts as give vigor. Miort o...

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BOSTON VISITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

BOSTON VISITORS. Peanut* and Pink Lemonade at the Hub— Kuril Sight-Seers. An influx of country visitors to Boston is invariably signalized by the profusion of paper bags, business circulars and peanut shells that litter the common, the public garden, and the sidewalks generally. The rural sightseer has a pronounced partiality for peanuts. Whenever he may be expected to flock thither the supply of peanuts on hand to meet all possible demands is made startlingly manifest. Carts with heaped-up masses of the edible appear iv all directions. What becomes of them at other times is I mystery to the uninitiated. Whence their venders spring is also another secret that no one has attempted to solve. They are always sunburned men of bucolic aspect and single-toned raucaus voces and somnolent bearing. Another feature of- the rush of rural j visitors hitherward is the simultaneous ( appearance of pink lemonade. Why j pink has never been explained: nor has any one curious in such matters taken th...

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SIMPLY WONDERFUL! [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

SIMPLY WONDERFUL! Tit.' cures that are being made in nearly all | chronic diarwiK. by Compound Oxygen, which ! is taken by inhalation ami which acts directly on the weakened nerve centers and vital or- ' rana, restoring them to the normal activities i which had been lost, art timplit wonderful. Ii you are in need of such a treatment, write to))r*. Starker A Palen, HO".* Olrard street, | Philadelphia, for s ich document* and reports j j of cures as will enable you to judge for your- • self whether it will be of any use in your particular case. Oiden for the Compound Oxygen Home I Treatment will be tilled by H. E. Mathews, i t'.'Ji Powell St. between Bout ai.d Pine streets, i San Francisco. » « « Counterfeit standard dollars are quite numI erous in Sacramento. _* m-

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“LOVE SEES NO FAULTS,” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

“LOVE SEES NO FAULTS,” : j it has beenaaidj but when a woman ladrani 1 i down, emaciated, wan and ■■.< shadow of her former self, with never a cheerful word, she can be no longer beautiful or lovable. Nai ture may have been (,'enerous In her gifts, and I endowed her with all the charms of lu>r sex, I I but dUettso bat crept in unaware) and stolen [ the roses from her cheeks, the lustre from her I eye, and the sunshine from her heart, Bat jto be well again lies in your own power. Take j l>r. Pierce* "Favorite* Prescription." it will i cure you; thousands have been cured by it. Nothing eqnnU it for all the painful maladies and weaknesses peculiar to women. Price re- ! duced to <ne dollar. By druggists. —i—. » («►-« ■ A second J''t" Mall (laztttt scandal is j promised In Copenhagen. >•«

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NO FARM HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

NO FARM HOUSE j Should be without AMBKK SOAP. It answers all [ purjtoses for household use. No other soafs are ; nee.led in a dwelling where Amber Soap i* used. Bold by all grown. Amber Soap «'.,., S. Y. The Florida orange crop has be«n pstimated I at $1,730,000 for the past season

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BESET ON ALL SIDES [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

BESET ON ALL SIDES By malaria, bow shall we escape the dread infection? is the question which the denizens of fever and airua districts ask themselves The answer comes from forma* sufferers who for years have escaped the visitations of the 1 periodic scourge, through the protecting inI rlnen,ce of H<w tetter's Stomach Bitters. When the necessity for u-injr preventive inea<ure.s arises, use this means of prevention at once. It regulates the liver, facilitates digesti>n, and liberates impurities from tho system, whin such exist, by promoting healthful action of the bowels and kidneys. Act early. In all regions where miasmatic vapors breed ! disease, i: i- absolutely necessary to be provided with a safeguard, and this is true, though a !>'>jnurii in such localities is destined to be brief. Ko one can afford to breathe malaria for a short time. The Hitters is a sovereign! ■pacific for rheumatism, debility and nervousness. • Keep it ...

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“WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR DAUGHTERS!” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

“WHAT SHALL WE DO WITH OUR DAUGHTERS!” This (|ue«tii<n la a«ked by a well-known lady lecturer. Wall, we can do a great Many things with them; hoc thin*, «<' "'l-- ''-'' (.-.-.. U'lip' of their health. ami not let them run down and become enfeebled, For the femenine ailment*, which may bo summed up in one word-debility, we have a sovereign remedy in Brown's Iron Bitten", which nan done much good. Mis* Mary Greenfield, of Galatia, 111., write*, "Brown's Iron Bitten cured me of nervousness, indigestion and general pool health." Let the other young ladies take the hint. Portland, Or., is entertaining a party of ('dorado editor*. Tha creat diaphoretic and anodyne, for colds, fevers and inflammatory attacks, is Dr. Pierre's Compound Extract a! Smart- eed; also, cures colic, cramps, cholera morMis, diarrhea*, and dysentery, or bloody-flux. Only M cents. Trouble over the Liquor law in British Coli umbia still continues. i.itl-. see thai your mistress buys Saxon Cold Wa...

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CONVALESCENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

CONVALESCENTS. Hints a* to the Diet or Those Recoverlog from Sicklies*. There in few worih more plofulng to ■ liouse-wife's oar than the doctor's announcement: "Well, you have uothin;r to do but to feed him (or her) Dp Dow. Give him (or her) something lij^ht and nourishing —something he II fancy—every two hours or s j. What v happy change from the dreary monotony of beef tea ami milk, and when the very names of meal.-* are ignored-no breakfast, no dinner— day and night the snme carefully-prepareil medicated Deef tea in measured quantity poured into the half-conscious lips. I'he doctor h:is reigned supreme, food and medicine have been har.lly distinguishable, lint now comes the turn of the housewife, and in her hands lies mainly the recovery of the patient to health and strength. On her observation, punctuality and care everything will depend. She must remember likes and dislikes, be prepared for fancies, always have ail alternative at hand, and yet never overtax the scarcely recover...

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Swamp Muck. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

Swamp Muck. One ton of swamp muck of average quality contains from twenty to thirty pounds of nitrogen. This nitrogen. notwithstanding the slurs that have been cast upon it for its inertness and unavailability, is of equal value to that contained in several substances generally considered to be of value as fertilizers, such as roasted leather scraps, wool waste, and other matters containing nitrogen, and chiefly valued on this r.ecount. From the experience of farmers who have used large quantities of swamp muck it appears to be of sufficient value to make it worth while to dig up as much as possible during the winter, and to bestow it where it will do the most good in every possible place and way— in the field in heaps composted with lime, in th»« yard spread sufficiently deep to absorb all the drainage from the manure aud to be decomposed by \U help, in the pig pens, fowl houses, tad stables to mix with the manure aud to add to its bulk and so enlarge the supply of this indispensab...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

For Ciunnt the >m\ and Scalp of Birth Humot), for allaying Itching, Burning ana Inflammation, for curing the first ->mj >n;««f Ko/vti *, Psoriasis, Milk Crust, Sail Head, Scrofula, and other inherited skin and blood disease*. TKVBA, the jrreat Skin Cure, and CrnCCTU BOAT, an exquisite Skin rVautifier. extemallv, and Cl tici llMill 111 tinnew Blood Purifier, internally, are infallible. Absolutely pure. Sold exervwh'ere. Met, Crncnu, 50c.; So.tr tSfti Bwillllii H. P»TTr.» Dm.'* and Ciiuic.il (' . Boston. j TiSend for "How to Cure Skin diseases." METAL POISON. I am a copr*rfmitli by trade, and the small particle* of brass and lopier from Mine Rot into tores on my arras and pot* in—l by whole aystem. Mercury admini>teieU brought OB rheumatism, and I became a heli'let* invalid. 1 took two dozen bottles of Swift's I ipaoUkc. My leiri, anus and han.U are all right a.Hiii. I use them witliout |oin. Mr restoration U due to - S. S. Pktkr E. 1..- I. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

OH! MY BACK Brer} (train or cold attack* that weak back and nearly prostrates job. W&® besttonlc o W w BEST TONIC * Strengthens the Muscles, Steadies the Kerres, Knrlches the Blood, Oive*. New Vigor. Dn J. L. MTTH9 Fairfleld. lowa, soys: "Brown's Iron Bitten is the befit Iron medicine I have known in ray 30 rear** practice. I have found it specially beneficial in nervous or physical exhaustion, and in all debilitating ailment* that bear *» heavily on the system Use it freely in my own family.'* Genuine baa trade mark andcrocned red line* on wrapper. Take no other. Made only by IIKIIW * CIIKMICAL CO., RALTIMORK, MR. Ladies' Ha.sd Book—useful and attractive, containing list of prizes for recipes, information about »..in*. ■!•., (riven away by all dealer* in medicine, or mailed to any address on receipt of 3c. stamp. !r «V«f • V*f JysTjliiiiUJLUjlJkftl CURES O*Kheuinatis!n, N~euial|?ia, Blotches, Boils, Pimples, Scrofula, Gout, Catanh, Dropsy, Tum>>rs,...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 6 August 1885

POWDER Absolutely Pure, Tula Powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength, and wliolcsoineness. More economical than th ordinary kiti'lH, and cannot lie sold in c<>iiii>utiti»n with the multitude of low tent, short wei«l)t, alum or phosphate powder". Sold only In aril. Rotai. Hak. j \«o Powdrr Co. 106 Wall street N. Y. tjjtt;s PILLS "THE OLD RELIABLE." 25 YEARS IN USE. The areateit Medical Triumph of the Ago! Indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. : Loss of appetite. Nausea, bowels costive. Pain in the Head.wish a dull sensation in the back parti Pain under the snoulder-bladei fullness alter eating, with a disincHnation_tq_exertion of body or mind, irritability of temp- | Low memory ,with a feeling of,havmg_negleqted_spmo duty, wearinoss. Dizziness, Fluttering of the Heart, Dots before the eyes, Yellow Skin. Head a ohe,RestlessngSf> at^night, highly colored Urine. IF THESE WARNINGS AXE UNHEEDED, EE2IOD3 DISEASES WILL ...

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