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BUSINESS DURING 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

BUSINESS DURING 1884. Tin- f.' the Tear <:r:ij' ghoTrn .ie <-i-itin Cb«rt». ■ of oharta of rx- - i' ■ ■ tra le Ich, if piv.'ii it ■ would not ba io compro- The; i-noneof curt \ilnifiit itry, an I of sb.-inkago V.v ■ .if near.'y nil article*, p ol pi-eat il | i we li hi' proi but osr ] m boon p{ a nib* ' stantinl i such as nmuifest its result* in the future r.nl nr>l in the Immediate present Great fortunes aro not now amaMlag In a day, a month or a year, but the Uurgect population \ —probably 67,000,000 — that this country | ever : I Iv'-l1 v'-l plaa -d more, grown i moro and produced Ql ire from nature, tbo | ipring of nil W I In any previous year. Our very rii-.in.--s in production DM contributed largely to ouraomtaßl »hrink- ■ ago in wealth, and mad 3 n •- iry a redi>> ■ tributlonol buman energy, Hiatit may be ; the more profitably emp! A year that produces 1,800,000,000 bufholi of corn, surpassing every previoui yeii's record...

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Notes on tho Train. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Notes on tho Train. [RoU. J. Burdette.] You mny, or you may not know, ai it is, perlmpi, tho caso either way, that writing . on th>j cars is attended with certain difllculties and interrupted by uncertain inc;''onts. The moro uncortain tha Incidont, t-., moro liablo is it to happen; and the moro nervously you anticipate it, the moro certainly does it never happ9n. You grasp ttUa, I trust? And that, kind reader, is tU« only thing I will trust you with. No matter how smoothly the train It runI ning when you nro iloini; nothing, it liegins to TJump ana roll when you start to write. TUoro—thb car In-) just jumped ovor n stump; now it is running, I think, in the bod of a crock—an old, abandoned bed at i that— which wa so rough that no oraok could run In it. If tha cioek boi U uny moro abandoned than tha lanyuago of tho passenger who just now caught hold of the i stove to iteady Unwslf ai tha train cork--1 lure wed itself around a reversod curve. It : must 1.0 lomathlnj torribl...

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Porter's Fleet In Transit. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Porter's Fleet In Transit. [Ex-Confederate Gen. Maury.] Iscst day I received order to go to command the department of East Tennessee. Gen. Stephenson asked me to -remain a clay or two, becawie Grant was making a move. That night my pickets, soon after midnight, began firing. All of my staff were at a ball given by Col. Watts and Ma], Carrlll, commissloni for exchange of prisoners. All the fashion and beauty of tho city were there, and all the officers who were so fortunate as to bo invited and who en joyed such an occasion. Since the •'.sound of revelry by night" in Belgium's capital, no such startling call was made as Porter's fleet occasioned that night. All of the young officers (and some of the old) ran oft' io their commands. The girls Hed in panic in their thin robes and slippers along the muddy roads to their several aosts. It was long past midnight when the thirteen vessels, including the transports, came swinging around the point. Our bonfires promptly lighted up the whole ...

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Japamso Cookery. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Japamso Cookery. [Toklo Let >:r in OMoagO Times.] Upon arising in the morning you may wish to invade the culinary department, but you would letter follow the Scriptural injunction and ■•■.■!' such things as aro Bel before you." Not thai things are necessarily uncleanly, bui there a general mixture of cookery and smells, which only the well-filled Btomai enjoys. Tell them to cook you chicken; you hear a squawking in the house, and in just five minutes the late lamented bird is before you, all cooked. It is dono in tins wise: Upon a charcoal flro are placed thin copper pans, which are almosl instantly heated to a while heat. Oil is dropped in, the chicken on top, and all is over. ■ Tho natives eat little Hath. Only since tho advent of foreigners have they learned to eat it at all. Their sustenance is drawn mostly from rice, sweet potatoes, fish, and a few vegetables, ; such as a great radish called daikan. They also eat millet, and, Btrange to say, buckwheat is made into so...

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Sing Instead of Smoke. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Sing Instead of Smoke. [Free Press.] Among those who want men to stop poisoning the air around them is Professor Blackie, who recommends Scotch songs as a substitute for tobacco. This somewhat alarming suggestion was made in the course of a "concert locturo" at Manchester. "How •■cople," ho said, "can get through their idle hours I don't know. In railway coachos and other places I see a number smoking what they call tobacco. Well, whatever may be said about it, it is not an in ; tellectual or moral stimulant, and the flavor of it is not at all like tho rose or nny poetic thing I know.: ~ It is essentially a vulgar sort of amusement. My amusement is to sing songs. At home T am always singing Scotch songs; and Jibroad when those wretches are smoking I hum to mys"]f 'Scots Wha Hae,' 'A Man's a Man for a' That,' and songs of that kind.' Professor Ulaekie then advised his audienoe "to do tho same." Their souls, he informed them, would by this means become "singing birds, mid the devil wo...

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Jliiigln; Make* llui Muscles ltlgtd. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Jliiigln ; Make* llui Muscles ltlgtd. [Boston Qlobe.] it h strange how a little steaily presmre on the windpipe affects people. Of counts it chokes tbem, but that is no v why they shouldn't lie able to move their limbs. They seem to lose all i ontro] out their muscles andgivo right in. I remember a case that occurrod in BMokville, Me., when I was a young A woman, the wife of a wealthy sea captain, threw a skein of yarn over the top i'!' an open door one day, and sticking her head through the bight that hung down doubled up her knees so her [cet could not touoh and remained in lhai position until *ho choked to death. One would naturally think that when she became unconscious her muscles would relax and allow her feet to drop Boor, but .such v.;i< not the cast). Hanging or choking seems to make every as rigid as iron.

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in TimliimvlH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

in TimliimvlH. [Excha Lady Wilde, in her "Driftwood from Scandinavia," says that in Hamburg she saw more pretty faces among the middle isthau sho had overcome across before. "The Berving maidens of Christiana aro tall and slonder as young pino trees, dark haired and exceedingly pretty, with splendid teoth Hashing through merry smiles." "In Christiana," she observes, "ono meets representatives of nil. the. northern nations—Swedes, Danes, Norse and Germans all of the ouo Teutonic; race, yet with stronglynarked d Serences. *TVj characteristic of the Xoivso is strength, of tho Swedes refinement and culture, of tho Danes grace and gayety, j

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Crystal Stillrs. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Crystal Stillrs. [New Y.u-l- TimiM.l It is said that some Anglo-Gorman manufacturers have recently turned out glass as hard and tough M cast iron, ami that they intend to make of this hard and comparatively light crystal taws, street lamp posts, and and pipe - li k thought thai they .ik ibo c ;!!■'! similar artioles of glass '■' I i' i' cent, oheaper than they can tin m of cast Iron.

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l'nr Bummer 1 .'■ [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

l'nr Bummer 1 .'■ In western Nevada prospo* tors pile up -ow on tin. inounand cover it with brush, in order to provide n water mpply for summer usu.

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CHEAP TRAVELING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

CHEAP TRAVELING. A N>» Jersey BehoolmH*"* Takes n Trip to Iceliiml. [New York Times Interview.] Among the bric-a-brao that covers shelves and oases In thelibraryof Jamea Ricalton, the traveled schoolmaster of Maplewood, in South Orange, N. J.. are many curiositios and reins from Iceland and Brazil. From the former country arc our or two of the curious whale-01l thai are used when tho long nuhts come on, Icelandic whips with (and handles, mittens \\"i thumbs on both sides, bo that the economical native may wear oui both the froni and back, quoer snuff-boxes, lewelery, and numeril her trinki:-. "My trip to Iceland, with a short run through Germany and France," said Mr. Kicalton, "was made at theexpense of less than f 150 about the same cost ;is my tour through Great Britain. I was pranpted to visit this wonderful country by several circumjstnnoGS, In ihe first puce, it contains in itself three natural phenomena that are to be J'ound elsewhere only in three different quarI t...

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iHi-, in tho Eye, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

iHi-, in tho Eye, LNew York Dial.) ■\Vhou, in traveling, a bit of dust gets in the eye, it is best to remain (juiet for a little, as the tears may wash it away. The flow of tears may be promoted from time to time by attempting to open the eye. iilowing the nose violently assists th« operation. The head of a pin, covered with the end of a pocket handkerchief and moistened with saliva, may bo moved about between the eyeball and efslid, and will detach tho intruder if not io linal] fixed. Another plan in te get a fellow traveler to raise the eyelid with his finger and then gently wipe tho red mucous mem brano with a moistened pocket handker chief, or remove the foreign body if he can see it. A little piece of paper twisted to a point is useful. A drop of olive or castor oil introduced into the eye will often allay a pain and intolerance of light produced by a fine Irritant, as sand.

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Not Stated. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Not Stated. irblltululphla Call 1 A school for plumbers is badly needed in Gotham. Two of them recently undertook to eloso up soidh rut holes with hot (sr. They succeeded, but so Plained the floors and ceiling that bensine was found necessary to remove the murks While ushii; this one of tin men dropped a lighted candlo into tho inflammable liquid, and the result was an explosion ami a lire. Whether the Insurance will be sufficient to cover tho plumber's bill is liot stated. Steel noodles, if delicately suspended, evon if not: magnetic to begin with, will become magnetic from the action of the earth

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Edgnr A. Top's Clilld-AVlfc-. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Edgnr A. Top's Clilld-AVlfc-. [New York Cur. KIBW City Times.] The Poe memorial monumen* for Cmi"tral i ark has just arrived frorfl Europi and will be unveiled some tiaie ii the spring. It consists of a plain shaft and a square pedestal, on the four sides of which aro ban reliefs representing con ceptions from tho "Raven" and one or two of his other greal poems. I mention thia for tho purpose of relating gome facts concerning i oo's poor childwife, which have nevor bjloro been published. , It was in 1845 or somewhere thoroabout that the poet came to New York to lini] something to do. Ho did nut succeed well,'ani it was on that visil that he sold the "Kaveit'' to The American Review for|s. He finally went out to Fordham, a little village up in WestChester eoui-ty, which borders on tho suburbs of New York city. Ii was then that lie was living with hia child-wile, who took consumption and die i. she was buried at Fordham, and she it was who was tho "Annabel" of the mosi beautiful and t...

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>l>u4'liuilii4-//.ur'H Cylinder. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

>l>u4'liuilii4-//.ur'H Cylinder. INew York World.] There is a queer Babylonian granite cylinder in the New York Museum of Art in Central park, covered with old hieroglyphics. J. F. X. O'Connor, 8. J., a pupil in Assyrian cuneiform of Professor Ilaupt, has deciphered the writing, Which was seven centuries old when Jesus was a toy, and iinds that it refers to the rebuilding by Nebuchadnezzar, of the temple oil the Sun at sip para, a sistor city to l.arsa, h 're there was also a temple of the Mm <;ol Samas. The translation given keep to the crude form common in Babylonian texts. It will be published in book form. : The translation reads— "Nebuchadnezzar King of righteous ness, who knoweth the fear of the god . the beloved of justice and rigliti i:e - Kuler of life and the one call ing tho fear of the great God to dwell in tho heart of the people. Rebuildor oi tho templb or 1 the god, Restorer of tho temple Saggil and the templo Zi la, mig*:'v son of Nab...

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American Brstni i> ■> v:. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

American Brstni \i> ■> v:. ri.i. no* Cat, Sun rr«nolioo<Jhroft[cle.] Some people oladm that beyond the products of our mines, forests and farms wo have no exporting trade, but the observant traveler peroeivei this to be I very far from the fact. We export brains and export them very largely. Everywhere you will see Ameriuan inventions—sewing machines, electric lamps, revolvers, machine-made clocks and watches, agricultural implements; mining machinery, cable roads (there is one in London), Pullman sleepers, steam brakes, T rails, engino cabs, baby carriages, apple-oarers, nnd a host of minor articles. Many of these aro made in' Europe, but Americans hold the p/kteni rights and derive incomes or royalties from their use, In such eases noe\port of goods takes place from America, but in all cases money comes back, and an i exchange of brains for each takes place, ' of which no account appears in tho ! "balance of trade."

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•Ml 111.1.X,. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

•Ml 111.1.X,. ••'.... . ■■■> [KjrcljanKe.J- .. ' , ; There are', many little 'matters' which enter into good, manners, ,whi<:li must be so learned' a^'to Ibo ] habitual, if wo . practice them at all. Fur : example, manners n1 table involve certain forms of eating, .tha disposal of hands, the ob--enaQce of acts..of,.politeness, all of wln'ch ihouta be constantly practiced, . ;in orcler to become; natural. So in general society, the art of being agreeable involves great-delicacy and tact. Too much or too boisterous conversation; a frurid or uninterested manner; lack of agreement in the discussion of topics. the v assertion of personal peculiarities, and much else,.are entirely out of order.

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Wlit-Ki llu, Kuast I.ouUuil littst. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Wlit-Ki llu, Kuast I.ouUuil littst. (Exchange.] ■;': ■ "Dumas, the elder, had an enthusiastic but expensive cook, whose beef and bills were I lie delight and despair of his life. . "That was an extraordinary fine roast of beef we had last night at dinner," he said one day. "What did it cost?" "Fifteen francs." "Verygoodi it was excellent; but don't h.ive any more. A fifteen-frano roast of beef la only seen at its best on somel else's tablo."

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.liipiui.-se |>ol trn.viH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

.liipiui.-se |>ol trn.viH. Cultured Japanese are the very soul of poUtaMM. 'Hi. v even have a codo which Juatlnei I. lling a lie if the truth would embarrau the hearer.

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THE "SHYSTER." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

THE "SHYSTER." How Young l.siw.vi-r* Aro 1.,,| into i® rrjuttnblu Prootion. [Chicago Herald.] "Tho majority of young lawyorsinß largo eiiy have to wait foryea«| Hirii- lir.st brief," saiil a # member of | S profession whose reputation iissurtsi a largo nnnual in'jonii!, smct wliosu ]. standing is unque-stioiioil. "if $t have iiulucntial connections somei 1 lection or some commercial busi( $ might lie thrown in their way, btr 1 these connections fail them their lot's Indi ed, a sorry one. Many a bru I young man lias lo,t energy and h O: ' iitiyliUr prospect waiting in hi.-sdit " office for some legitimate case to ti % up. lli-s little savings aro gonenp 3 books, office rent and the iicLr.vitj,!, • life; he has no means in view," ft friends, no briefs, Finally he dropj ( '* of the list ami clerks for his more» cessful brethren or does sonietliinge a than practice law to earn an \ m . i living. Bui only too often be gives way tut tempter. He becomes the teacher .shark.', in human disgu...

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BTaUiti <>i iiii.i-. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

BTaUiti &amp;lt;&amp;gt;i iiii.i-. M!;i .tiU MoUtlll&amp;gt;'.| Birds not only oougij and iuee»,l they dream and snore, making mostil tressing sounds as if strangling. Tt &amp;gt;"■ ough a very droll affair it It, to and they faint away. A goldflw having been frightened one night, in. struggles was caughl between the irt and gave a cry like tho squeak ol mouse in distress. &amp;lt;in my hastening: bis release, he slipped out in thereand tiew wildly about till ho hit sol. thing and fell to the lloor. Het picked up, and his fright culininuted a dead faint The little head droops the body was limp, apparently perw lifeless, and Im was laid in hi* ca: ready to bo buriwl in tho morning. ■ Was placed oarefully on the breast, ho ■■iii'i in a few minutes he hopp upon bis peroh, shook out his tii feathers, and comsosed himself to del 1 ue feal somanmes asoribed to n is in the oase of bicdatk literal fact -41 ciiii .sleep with one eye open. Thisci ous habit l have watched c...

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