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UNE PETITE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
UNE PETITE. 'Tuna up In the mountains I met net" . I.nst Hummer in early July: ■*■'&lt;. • You ask if I noon will forget her? Indeed, my dear fellow, not I. So dimity ami charming a creature Ne'er yet lim mraced uormnn or ball; Every pose of her lorin, every feature, l still can recall. ■■.-.-. &lt; Her gowns were remarkably tusty, Her huts hud a Fashionable tone, Her speech, inoagli it rarely wus hasty, Vet showed she'd a. mind of her own; And I wns her favored adorer, Won glances and smiles on the sly, Though maininn hovered watolifully o'er hor With guardian oye. The end eamo with hazy Beptcmber When Gertrude wont buck to thn town; With pleasa ■« I long shall remember . Her lauali»Br, and even her frown. Did I speak out my lovo err wo parted? Well no, 1 did not, (pr you see The niuirton who loftiiifl half-hearted i &gt;V».s i&gt;i*t tltrtlt - i ' —'— — CHutmi ScoUard, in Hit Rambler.
AN HOUR IN A COLLIERY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
AN HOUR IN A COLLIERY. Through the Earth's Crust Into a Coal-Mino. The ttowltdartng Sensation &lt;&gt;• theDMoanl —Ilnrie.fllalla Alive with Mice—A Ilnnntcd &lt; IITI" — Items Itoth 10ntirt:iinin^ ami rnct Ivi-. Through the earth's crust intoaooalm in 1! \VII you come? Take fir-t I glance round the pit-top; peer down the black hole you are to descend; look up at the huge wheel*'overhead, and comfort yours'!f with tho thought that the ropes, though they seem so Ike sp derV threa Is, are mndo of steel anil wi I bear th rtv ton^. Take th s lamp. unless you prefer a candle stuck m your hat. roll er-fashion; and a-s the cage - so the plat orm is called In which men and coal alike aro conveyed -clicks on the oatohes step in, dutch the iron rod wfa oh runs alon : ts top to steady roarj *elf, and prepare to drop a qnarterol a mile nno time! A bi»ll rings andwa are off. Ik-fore tho qualiuy vensat on, so suggest ye of sea s okne-ts, ■ fully real ze t, w th a rattle and...
PIPING BLACKBIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
PIPING BLACKBIRDS. ll.' Milluicl ol lin ruction lirqulrMl Io &gt;i»l&lt;«i Nonga**n "' Tiinn. When roared by tho hand from the i nost. tho blackb id is capable of form lag Strong attachments, and from b s wonderful Imitative powers w.ll make h mself ti great favorite, 110 will, if j tra ned when young, learn to whistle • almost any tune that muy be taught ■ hm. The best, and perhaps the quick- , e-u way is to take h'.m when about six i Weeks or not later than two months old. to a qalet room away from any Other bird, and In the evening and the first, thing In tho morning give him hi* i lesson. The tune may lie played on a ! (lute or ether wind nstrument. It s advisable to food him before commencing operations; and lome br bo or other, as, ; for instance, a lively worm, should be placed in his sight. I'lay over a portion of the tune you wish him to learn, and he w 11 evident!) pay part oular attention to it. Repeat it, with exactly I the same time and expitMtlon, say t...
HIS RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
HIS RIGHTS. How un Arkainuw Noifro Seemed Ilia Dim From n liiillr&lt;i:ttl (onipiiiy. An old negro called on tho President of ara lroad company. Hobbling into the room ho said: "Look at mo, sah." "Well, what do you want?" "Money." "What for?" "Dis bean." holding out a foot from which three toes had boon cut. •I've got nothing to do with that." ••Well, er mighty line lawyer tells me dat yer has. Wu/. on one o' yer trains tuthor week when hit jumped de track Do lawyer says dat I ken rckiver er thousan' dollars." ••Didn't you once work for the road?" "Yas, sah. 1 worked fur it iw c»st. "Were you not riding on a free pas**" "No, sah, wu/. r din' on do train." "You know what I mean. Didn't you have a free pass?" "No, sah. I'll .sw'ar tet de I.awd I d dn't, aii' more dou dat I ken prubs it." ' "What do you propose to do aboni it?" "Perposes ter hab my rights. (i n me ten dollars an' a pass fur a year an' I'll let de thing drap." Tho money and the pass were given him. "Thankee sah....
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. —A Baltimore street vernier invites the liberal patronage of passers by with h sign on which is inscribed tho feeling invitat:on: "Kum buy or He bust."— Baltimore American, —"If a man could only catch lish as easily as be can lie about it!" laments a Texas editor. He could, if be only understood Bshtng as well as be does lying. 'Chicago Daily'Burineti, —The actual number of persons engaged in agriculture in the United States, including their families is placed at 26,000,000, an increase of 3,000,000 since die last census.— Chicago Tribune. —During toe American civil war live hundred horses were destroyed Or rendered useless for every twenty-four hours. Tho Confederate army was crippled for want of horses, while the Northern army \v;u able to secure its supply fTOtU the Dominion of Canada. - - hrosklyn Kaglt, —The little town of Lafayette, ('hambers Couutv, Ala., is taking on ■trs. A hnrn Is blown at six o'clock fn the afternoon as a signal for theolostng of .stores, a...
Pride of Character. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Pride of Character. '•Register and I'll accommodato you, *ir," said tho keeper of a ore-horse hotel in a waysidu place to a traveler from the city as he applied for a room. "Neve mind that. I'll pay in advance." "But you must register." "No, I'll be sizzed if I do." ••Why not, sir?" v "Some friend of mine might happen this way some day, and I wouldn't bare anybody that knew me find out I'd ever degraded my manhood by stopping at such a confounded beastly place as this for a thousattt dollars, sir. No, sir; money wouldn't *&gt;jluc« me to take such an awful risk, sir. I'm poor, but gad, sir, l'vu got a little pride of sharacter for aS that." — Chicago Ledger.
HEREDITARY PECULIARITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
HEREDITARY PECULIARITIES. Accidental "Sport*" Often Becoming Nat. Aral &lt; Imr irtri It is said that "like produces like," but this in suppo ed to be truo only as regards natural, not accidental peculiarities. It is exceed ngly difficult to say what are natural and what accidental In this reject, and how soon an accidental peculiarity may become a natural characteristic. The above quoted phrase is chielly used by breedm of livo stock to express a belief, or a fact it may be, that the progeny of any animal will be likely to reproduce the good or bad characteristic of the parent. Thus, a pure Shorthorn cow and bull when paired produco a distinctly marked Shorthorn calf, and this is true with any other brood of domestic animals. It Is chiefly in reference to race or breed peculiarities that this principle of inheritance is held to apply. But then, it may bo. asked, how are these peculiarities originated at the first? They are, in fact, slow growths—gradual changes produced dur...
Labouchere on Victor Hugo. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Labouchere on Victor Hugo. Tho French aro right ia making s fuss over the death of Victor Hugo. He was a singular compound of genius and •4n-.ii. ( )i'|i-ii he waa sublime; often he ml silly. There are passages in "Le» Miscrables" equal to anything that him boon written, and there are others beueatli anything that has been road. HU principal fault was exaggeration. Thus, in "Les Miserables" he spoiled his good bishop by making him carry benevolence beyond the verge of reality. There is, too, a vast amount of "highfalutin" in his plays. It Is but one step from the sublime to the ridiculous, and he was perpetually overstepping the line. I should fancy that his "Notro Dame de Paris" is his novel that is most likely to live. There is a good deal of mere padding in it, but it is fairly free from exaggerations and word piling. The French, however, who are always caught by a phrase, admired him as iiiiK-h oti account of his demerits as of his merits. He was good enough, when on his death-b...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
. DR. WE JENNINGSON, Physician, SAUSALITO, OAL. SAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. Ago 1 for till the San Francisco Dailies, — AND — General Publications o"tho United States I keep on liau-l 11 S..ock &gt; Stationery ami (iouur 1 Suuulihh of thut de■criptiou. Ntoro In l'ONloi!!cc Uniting. ■&gt;••'■ *1&gt; Walter' St., Sau^al.to. JOHN SOHNBLL, Prop. 1 J. LORXAST KEKP-S A FIRST-CLASS Saloon and Recreation Rooms. BEST UK Wires, Liquors and Cigars. FOOL TABLE, CARD BOOMS Ami other At tract Corner Caledonia avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - CAL. Joseph M. Jewish, WAGON MAKER AND- — ' * BLACKSMITH. v^^TTfAGONS AND CARJI3^£IV ritigea Ivcpiiired, au«l new ones made to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steelwork and Machinery Forging. Or Agricultural Machinery o'ell klnil3 Repair d on »hmt m"lo«. IMR'K Bimtl.NO atlona a tv wit i uraniptim ■ and din atch. WATER STREET, SAU3ALITO. A. LAWRENCE, DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars ana BeneralF...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
• MAS &amp; SPA, . DFALEItS Groceries, Clothing, Wines, ' Liquors, A.nd Cigars. • MV We can compote with city firms in prices and qua of goods. DIAS &amp; SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, San salt to - - - del. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horse?, . Etc., Furnished at Reasonable Kates. ,' ■'. -.- Express Run to all points in Sausalito' Dealer in Wood and Coal. WATER ST., SIDHALITO. 6EO. SMITH - - Prop, SAN I AFAE /IB SAISAiiTO EXPRESS —forwardsParcels, Baggage, Etc.' On every boat to anil from San Francisco. ETJS2TITTOE, pianos Moved on short notice by earoful and experienced men. JOB work PROMPTLY atti-:xi&gt;ki&gt; TO. Leave union at Weise's Fruit Bloro. 0. L. HOWARD, Proprietor, TAMALPAIS STABLE. ■ ■' ' - Tennis, Saddle Horses, Ek,Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. We re several large CAI'RYALLS, »nd can offer «po i .1 fac lilies to I'ieu c l'ai ties. Oar Stock ii equnl to any in the Stale. Give maul. MANSEBO &amp; CORDOZA, Proprietors...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
It now becomes hopeful judging from what Sausalito has shown in the harmonious action of her citizens in the matter of establishing a public cemetery, that she is prepared for another step in advance in a short time. We believe in the wisdom of making haste slowly but there is no need of going to sleep over it. Our town has taken some long strides during the past six months. We doubt if there is a place in the state where the comparative growth and improvement has been greater. The real estate demand has been steady and property commands good figures. Several fine business establishments have been opened during the year, and a number of elegant mansions and many smaller dwellings have been erected. A very large number of visitors from various parts of the state have been here and are favorably impressed with our town in every particular. Many of these in the past have subsequently settled amongst us and many more will do the same every year. We are not creeping, we are throwing off ...
Irving'* .J.ipuiHMo Gong*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Irving'* .J.ipuiHMo Gong*. INew York l&gt;tt*r,| Mr. Henry Irving, Just before his departure, purchased from an 1 .Vporter of ilapauoKJ curio i m New York a set of Japanese gongs, which arj mounted upon cushions upon a bamboo frame. the gongM have been harmonised by i'rofe3.-or Luther Whiting /Jason, who for many years was tlio director of music of the Imperial conservatory of Japan. Th&lt;?y are of bron c, bowlshaped, and are sounded 1 y being struck by ft cloth covered tr allot. Mr, Irving has long used a similar gong in "Charles 1.," bocanso of its doleful, penoh'atlng sound. Tlio vibmtions are acute and lasting. The new j.ur.-haso inc. ud.;s livu gongs that cau be used as a chime. Iho corners of tho bamboo frame are ornamented by lotus leaves with moroa'ulo toaJs doiiuntuly carvel partly i eooath the surface of the wood, so that tho wondnr at first is how the large part was introduced through tho small opening above which tho tip of the Po&gt;&gt;...
A Outer C<i»e of Intoxication. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
A Outer C&lt;i»e of Intoxication. IClilcaffo HeraW.l A wcU-kuown society bolls in Par's, win anvsiO'l for. drunkenness. In defense she slutotl th:t sb? real that t!io sura3t wajr of preserving furs from moths was to p'.aoe them in A*.i empty spirit cask. ". She according purchased ono an I ii it put her cloak. The weather boin^ chilly, she require! th&gt; garment, anJ the alcoholic fains proiuoji intoxication. She was ncquittaJ.
Ilv(h'»|ihiiliia Antidote. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
Ilv(h'»|ihiiliia Antidote. In the (la otto do Therap«ut!qu6 Dr. Vnillunt claims to have cured two cases of hydrophobia, which had renchod tho convillfiiv« stage, with an alkaloid taken from tlie seeds of a tree- indigenous i.". l-'outh America. After 'complete tests iu'e made, the full details will be given k&gt; tlic pilblio. jjoxton Contributor: History finds no sol t-.ry record of a really trusting soul left i cxolato. -•♦•- —Pasteur, the French scientist, ha» been nfvlog experiments to ascertain if animals can live on absolutely pure food. Ho is inclined to the belief that the presence of common microbes in the digestive organs is essential to their proper operation. If the truth of this \ theory shall be demonstrated, wo may in the future see advertisements telling of virtues in foods on account of peculiar microbU) eleiac-aU. — Current,
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL. — Miss Julia Pease, a Vaisar grailnate. cultivates six thousand acres of land In Te.Nac.—A'. Y. Sun. —John Seiglcr, who recently died in Anderson (bounty, South Carolina, fit the age of ninef\ seven, lived nil his '.ifo on corn bread, bacon and greens. —Mrs. Sarah Lord, of North Bor- ! «viek, Me., who .lied recently at the sge of ninety-nine years, had never i teen a train of ears until four years ago.— lioMon I'ost. —Sophie Eyre, the actress, who waa ' recently secretly wedded to Cheuneey ! Winslow, son of n Cincinnati m. liondire, arrived at Cincinnati recently, and was cordially i icelved by the members !of her husband's family.— Cincinnati 'limes. —An American artist, Mr. Hum- ' phrey Moore, has lately completed two : genre pictures at Irs studio in Paris. They hare been purchased by Mr. Crocker, who pair' fir the pair two thousand two hundred r ««-ind.3. Mr. Moore, who is a pupil of Grrome, i«deaf and dumb. —AloTirtrn^r Mcßride, an eccontrii character, ...
“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885
“A LITTLE NONSENSE.” —A Pennsylvania dairyman had his jaw broken the other day, but it is not known whether a cow kicked hru of the pump-handle flew up.— Philadelphia Call. — "Stop this way, if you please, Indies," said tho jrtclooi floorwalker,' is lii! led off with i ma.iest'c wave of his hand. "We are «orry," said madam, "but we never leave* to walk that way.— I'onkcra Statesman. —First—"Charming girl, that Miss Lucy, Jack." Second—"Think so? 1 never could bear her. She always treats me as if 1 was an ass, you know." First—"lndeed; I didn't know she knew you."— Harvard Lampoon. —"If n man wants to own the earth, what doe.s a wonnn Want?" Inquired Mr. G rap of his belter half, after a little family matinee a f'w days ago. "Wall, my dear," responded that lady in n gentle, smouldering tone, "to own tho man, I SUpDOSO." — Jlo.iton Foil. —"I hold her tiny hnnd in mine, and olasptd her fairy form, mid told mv tale of ftrdent love, la language sweet and warm. And when 1 paused for want ...