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“O, LOR' HIT 'IM AGAIN!” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

“O, LOR' HIT 'IM AGAIN!” In the parly days ol Methodism in Scotland, a certain congregation, where here was bul one rich man, desired to build a new chapel. A church meeting was held. Theold rich Scotchman rose and Mid: "Brethren, we dinna need a new chapel; I'll £5 for repairs." Just then a bit of platter falling from Hie ceiling bit him on the bead. "Looking up and teeing how bad it w?s, be said : "Brethren, its worse toon i thoucht; I'll make it 60 pun." "Ob, Lord," exclaimed t\ devoted | brother on a backseat, "hit 'im again I" There are many human tabernacle* j which are In sore need of radical build- j ing over, but wo putter and fuss and to- ! pair in spots without satisfactory results. ! It is only when wu aie personally alarmed at the real danger that we act independently, and do the ri^ht thing. Then it is that we most keenly regret because wo did not sooner use our judgment, follow the advice born of the experience of others and jump away from our perils. Thousands of per...

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FIFTEEN THOUSAND MORE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

FIFTEEN THOUSAND MORE. Another Winner in the Louisiana Lottery, It appears that two of the one-tenth coupons of the ticket No. 51,100, which won $150,000 grand prize in the June drawing of the Louisiana State Lottery, were held in this city. The Woodward s Garden performer, Naoni, who held one of the coupons, made no secret of his good luck, and let several of his friends share liberally the result of his fortunate investment. The bolder of the second coupon, however, prefers to re main unknown, and no efforts to discover his identity have thus far been successful. Tho coupon was sold to an employee of Wells Fargo, name! K. W. Tucker, about a week before the drawing. When interviewed yesterday, Mr. Tucker said: "1 collected the $15,000 yesterday in this office for the person for whom 1 bought the coupon. lie does not desire bis name known, and consequently 1 am not at liberty to furnish you with it. More than this Mr. Tucker would not say. An amusing incident of tho collection of th...

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HE BEGAN TOO EARLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

HE BEGAN TOO EARLY. The Siil Fate of an Ambitious Young , Man Wlin Was Too fresh. "Is this the first time you ever killed a man?" asked an Arkansaw Judge of the prisoner he was about to sentence, "Yes, sir." ' V "First offense, hey?" "Yes, sir." "Ever stab anybody?" "No sir." "Ever steal mules?" "No, sir.". "Ever claim that you were a wild Texan with three horns and four tails?" "No. sir." "Ever drink a gallon of whisky on a bet?" "Xo, sir." "Ever allow that you could dive deeper, come up drier, and holler louder than any live men in the Southwest ?' ' "No, sir." "Ever hold five jacks and two revolvers in a game of poker?" "No, sir." "How long have you livod in Arkansaw?" "Two weeks." "How old are you?" "Twenty-three." "Twenty-three years old and have lived in the State only two weeks, and yet you have killed a man. - My young . friend, you hang on Friday week, rain or shine.. A young man like you should begin at the 'foot of the ladder, not at ' the top. You are too ambitions, Flin...

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The Consequences if he Got Left. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

The Consequences if he Got Left. \ "I would like," said the timid lover to the maiden who bad just accepted j him, "I would like, since we can not I marry at once, to keep our engagement i a secret for the present." . "Why?" asked the astonished damsel. | "Well, the fact is my parents would disown me " "Disown you? Am I not worthy to be their daughter? Is my family not as good as yours? Am 1 not " •'One moment, darling, one little moment. You axe mistaken." ' "Mistaken? I would not marry you "Stay, I Implore too. You, my own, are better than 1. You are rich; ) am poor. My parents would disown waif I got left this time."— San Fra>sisco Chronicle. —The Karen Baptist Thenlnglr S.■mitniry, at Rangoon, Biiriiiah, ■ 11l ii~ fortieth anniversary recent! .*■ F< • iddreuse* were made by UHi'iibeiv t c graduating class.

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REPORTORIAL ZEAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

REPORTORIAL ZEAL. How Too Much of It <' uu<> JS'o:ir Hanging Its I'ossi'nsor. ■-'. /'- (" Probably ono of the most remarkable instances of TOpOrtori&l zeal ever heard of, which came near ending very seriously to the main actor, was tho exploit of a young man named Armstrong, connected at the tine with tho city stall' of a morning paper in New York. The incident transp'red about sixteen or eighteen years ago. Armstrong livjd across the East liivor, just i back of Will arosburg. At that tims the outlying d sir VII sparsely settied, and many pretty little cottage* Were rented cheap. One tanner night the reporter left the office about midnight. After crossing the ferry and going to the end of the street car lino, ' Armstrong had quito a piece to walk before he reached his cottage. A portion of the way led through a dense grove. On the night in question, while the reporter was sauntering surely through the grove, his attention was suddenly att...

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HOW THIEVES ARE CAUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

HOW THIEVES ARE CAUGHT. The Methods In Vogue by Detectives to Srcuro Arrests—Thieves' Sla. <;. "When a detective makes an arrest on suspicion he generally relies on the prisoner to criminate himself," said a Central Station detective. As soon as such a prisoner is locked up a fly officer is sent to talk with him, and, although you may not know it, it is a fact that a man behind the bars is more confidential and confiding to an officer titan to anyone else Of course, I mak .an exception to this rule in the case of f old offenders. Many of the latter, however, unconsciously betray themselves: during these interviews. I can illustrate that best by citing a case that; occurred here several weeks ago, when three men, named Davis, Jones and Henderson, were arrested o- suspicion of robbery. Henderson claimed to come from Ohio, and - protested that he had never been East before. When arrested a revolver was found in his possession. An ollicer wag sent to inter..ew him, and, after...

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ABOUT A BROKE -DOWN INVALID, AND HOW HE RECOVERED HIS HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

ABOUT A BROKE -DOWN INVALID, AND HOW HE RECOVERED HIS HEALTH. One of busiest editors in Philadelphia. anil one most thorough y devoted to his work, is lti;v. Victor I* Conrad, .'f tint widel i • iiculated relliii us paper, the Lutheran Observer. Ha i- the i Sloe editor, with nil ( the in. so >-\- acting work mi hi* band*. He beoaine, i > c nseiriwticf*, a broken-down Invalid: but li now iii as good health, and a* able to (pi through with M* urdnoui duties, in at any time In his life, A pie™ reporter whiiCftUnd i upon Mr. Conrad civch. in substance, the f..1- --! lowing account ■ f Ins interview with that gunI tlemau, in which be Bp'>kt> of hi« li us of health I through over-woik, mid of hiaßubs»quoutiom- ! plete'mtorat'otil and consents I, in the interest of overworked editor*, broken-down library men, and exhausted men of liu-ine3B, to have his naratlve made public He Midi "By lon,' and nnreiuiUiti-r overwork I was brought into a co idlti...

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“I DON'T WANT RELIEF, BUT CURE,” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

“I DON'T WANT RELIEF, BUT CURE,” is the exclamation of thousands suffering fiom catarrh. To all such we say: Catarrh can ba cure>l by Dr. Sage » C»tiiib Keineily^ It ha» botu done in thousands of cases; why nut in yours? Your daufnr in in del»y. KBOIoM a i stump to Worlds L'i»pen»ary uadlcat Association, Buffalo, N.Y., fur |iain|i)ili't on this dtaeai a. The number of female doctors in tho Unilnii States border) off 2,500. Catarrh—A now treatment bM been dlscoveiec wherebjr a }H3rniaj)cnt cure is effected in from one to thiee iiti'ins, I'atticulais and treatise free on receipt of staiiiji. A. 11. Dixox & Son, 305 King street went, Toronto, Canada, »•» - rheip soa;is are frequently one-half itch and ground ruck, and the other half fat taken from the carcases of dlavaeed animals. Such adulterations are I) itli unc'eui and injurious To be K'>ai'anteud against such dii uneel fcoiJJs use on^v Amber son,'. ► ieji ■ Melons in Oeorjia aM worth twenty-five c...

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BESET ON ALL SIDES [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

BESET ON ALL SIDES By malaria, Ik>w shall we rtoapa the dread Infection? is 111- l question which ilm ii«nizeiiß of (ever and uyuo districts »sk tlieiuselven. i lie answer ooraeil frutri former suifereis who for yi'ai-B have eacapexl the vlgitatlona of the periodic taouri'*! through tho protecting intltieiiceiif ll".stctti i"h Sloiimili Bittara, hen tho necessity for using prevwutiva; mea»uref iirisi n, life this mean* of prevention at once. It rejriUatei the liver, f;tiilit.uti*H dlge«ti)n, and liberates impurities from tlia system, when "inch exist, by promoting healthful action of the bowels and kidneys. Act early. In all region! where luiasnuuic vapors bread disease, i: is ulixolutely momni) to be proi id' 'I with a lafcßnardt and this la true, I tln>i!,;h a aujmirn in aneh localities in dewliiH d to h<? trief. No one can afford to hroathe iiialnriii for a abort time. Tin' Hitter* in a -. VHni^n epecifio for iheumatism, debility and licrvousncDS....

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CHEAP, OR DEAR? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

CHEAP, OR DEAR? Is it cheap, or expensive to use a poor soap which sold for a smaller prli c than an h meat article can be ma le for? A cheap up is an adulterate.l soap, ami this is absolutely hurtful 1" the cl< tliinu washed with it,.as it rota and wean tie iloth; and also leaves its own impurities in it. If y v desire a pure ami genuine article, uso only Amber Boa,. ■ •- July weather in Florida has been tempered by a hailstorm now and then this .year.

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AN IMPORTANT ARREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

AN IMPORTANT ARREST. ■ The arrest of a suspicious character tipon his general appeoraiiie, movements or coinnun lomliip without waiting until he has robbed a traveler fired a boime. or murde "1 it fell w-man, is mi important function of a nhrewd detective. Kveil more important la ih.' arrest of a d I 'asa which, if n.,t checked, will hi -lit and destroy a human life. The frrqnent cough, I.** of appetite, general languor or debility, pallid hkin, and bodily aches Mid pains, announce the approach «>f pulmoii.i \ consumption, which Is promptly a rested and perm inn tlv cured by !>■-. Fieroes ' Uoli in Medical Dltoovery." Sold by druggists. ..-<••-* ■— The prevailing rat' of boaid for pug« in the mountains is S3 a wick. A S'ithtCold, if ncglectid, often attacks the Lungs, "A'r BronthUU Troches" give imined ate relief. _ > <»■ ■ : Ask your grocer for th» Saxon Cold Wator BleachIng Soap, and don't take any other. All Brat-clus grocers...

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Try Gemma foi Breokfast. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

Try Gemma foi Breokfast. PILES! PILES! FILEB! A BUEE CURE FOUND AT LAST I NO ONE HEED SUFFER. A sure euro tor Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated files has been discovered by Dr. Williams, (an Indian Remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment A single box ban cured the worst chronic cases of 86 or 30 yean' standing. No one need suffer rive minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine, Lotions, instruments and ulectuariea do more barm than good. Williams Indian I'ilo 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 Tiles, itching of the private parts, and for nothing else. Head what tbo Hon. J. M. < 'offinberry, of Cleveland, says about Dr. Williams' Indian File Ointment: " I have used scores of J'lle Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such immediate ahd permanent'relief as Dr. W...

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REINDEER HUNTING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

REINDEER HUNTING. flow the Esqalinniix Hunt M> ' ItelndßCr— Aided ny lt»ys »»<! lio«;s. Esqu^iiaux dop;.s arc used in various ways n hunt n#. When the woathor is so foggy that iv hunter can i.ot i <■ very far, and there is consoiuuntly but i tllo prospect of h'ji killing anyth n.;' unless ho almost stumbles upon it, ono of them w.il tako h:s bow and arrows, or his gun, if he be fortunate enough to own ono. and s, Ting tho best-trained huntin°--dog in charg t of one of his so is, they start out reindeer-hunt tig. The boy puts a harness on the dog. t c< the trace arou d his own waist, or holds it in his hands and follows his father out in 1 the fog. ■ Of course, the older Esquimaux ha-; j some idea where the reindeer w 11 be grazing or rest and he soon finds out which wav ihis w nd is blow ng over the place where ho suspects tho roindjer to be. Then, with his boy and the dog. he goes around in such a wav that tho game will not bo dstnrbed. t...

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AFTER MAD DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

AFTER MAD DOGS. Am Idiot's Method of Protection Riitl an Unfortunate Finale. A few days ago there was something of a mad-dog excitement in the lowor end of this county. Somo one hail seen a mad dog, or heard that one was 1 loose, and farmers loaded their guns j and kept an eye peeled to windward. One ot this class had just given employment to a young man from Detroita young man who was supposed to bo running into consumption. This young man took a deep interest in the maddog bus n "B3, and didn't need to bo warned that he was expected to mak ■ a hero of himself if opportunity ottered. One day, when the cxc toiuont was pitched at the h'ghest peg, the farmer above reterred to started for Detroit w th his team, taking his fam ly of tiv •, and leaving the consumptive \oung man to run the farm and kill of mad dog*. The farmer, however, insisted upon taking the gun along for his own protect on, and this turned out to bo a bad move. There were two old beartraps hanging up in the barn, and ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

(utieura. ■ S«!%\ '^4, POSITIVE CURE II /fo^^JWei for every form I /SS&^sffigl EKIN anil BLOOD TO BCEOFCU, ECZEMAi or Ml Rlioum, with its agonizing itching and burning, instantly relieved by ■ warm bath and L'lrncL'UA SoArand a single application of Ceil CUBA, theurcat -kin ('in-. This repeated dally, with two or three doses of CUTICUIA Kekolvest, i lie New II! Oil I'uiiior, to kco,. the blood cool, the | ers, iialiiiii in:. and unIrritating, the bowels o, en, tic liver ami kl.ineys active, will »| euillly cure Eczema, Tatter. tUnjfft'orm, Psoriasis, I. en, Pruritus, S«all Bead, Dandruff, and every I, ecies of Itohlmi, S aly, anil Pini, -.- Unman of the Skin and Scalp, with Loss of Haiti when the best , hyslciansand all known remedies tail. (Tticuba ttUlDiaa are absolutely pur, und tlie only Infa.liUe Blood rmiflerj and Skin lieautiikrs free from |k>Uoiii>iis ln«ndlenU, Sul'l everywhere. Trice, rut it-ma, 60 cents; Soap, 25 cents; HoiOlvunt, 81. • P...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

TUTTS PILLS ES -JiJMJBSBSiii "THE OLD RELIABLE." 25 YEARS IN USE. The weatert Medical Triumph of the Ago ! indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Loss of appetite. Nauisea.bowelscos; tiye. Paitua the Ijeacl.witli a<iull gen-! satioajn the back part. Ptxtn oncler the snouider blade./dlJHess aftereatIng, with a disincHaati-^_to_exertion of bcdy or mind, Irritability of temper, Low spirits,LosB of memory-with a feeling of having neglected some duty, weariness. Dizziness. Fluttering oj_the HearttPo^sbefbTetEeeycs, YejlowSkin-Headache,Restlessries-i at night, highly coloredTfrino. iF^HESEWAICTniGS ARE UNHEEDED, CE2IOC3 LI3SASE3 Vi'iLL ECOH SB S£VEL::SD. TiHTS VIWJ& (in especially ndaptoil to such cuscsi, ono iloso effects such a change of fooling as to astonish tho sufferer, Tlioyliicreniio tho Appetite, anil oauso the body to Make oil Flesh, thus the system is nonrlatircl, anil by their Tonic Action on tlio J»is;eB« Ivo Orgam, Regular Stools nrei...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

jjjjggfc R. U. AWARE @iJ3s&&ri that ~ y&w&ffl Lorillard's Cliraas Fla; \tsMJp soaring a red tin faff,-That l.ort!i ,1 lto*e J.enf fine cut j that LoHllmiv I^btt t'HppfeiKa, and that I,orlllard'9 !*uu»» a. tire beat ana i'!»»ujiu»u Quality considered 1 " Chemicaily Pure-AMBER SOAP-Chemicaliy Pure | DON'T BE A CLAM I x|and bo satisfied with inferior articles, just because you g' have used them for years. Wake up and look around » „_, and lee what are the latest and best soaps in the market. _^ | Wo know that you have been using Boaps for washing and S> £g,cleansing purposes manufactured from soapstone, pitch £N c 3 and diseased fats, that givo all kinds of diseases, such as °£Q 11 itch and salt rheum, and make the skin full of pimples. |g >J loti did not know that these- diseases were the result of of || impure soap being used In washing your clothes. We |$ |£ know you did not. You thought that your blood was out I*...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 13 August 1885

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This Pow.lor never varies. A marvel of |iurttjr •treigth, ami whuleaoineiieaa. More aooiii>Aiii«l Uim tin ordinary kinds, ami cannot lie fold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight, alum or iihosrihate powdor* Sold only In cans. RoYtt Bar. WO Powukh Co. 108 Wall street N. Y. Did you Suppose Mustang Liniment only good for horses? It is for inflammation of all flesh. Summor Complaint, Diarrhoea, Malaria, Pneumonia, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Fevers, and all Bowel Troubles, WORST CASKS, prevented, cured and relieved by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, endorsed by the leading Physicians and Chomist* of the world for its purity. Sold l>y Druggists and Grocer*. Pacific Coast Agents, A. F. EVANS & CO., SAX FRANCISCO, CAT.. SAXON i COLD WATER BLEACHING SOAP IS THE MAGIC CLEANSER It saves time, Money and temper, If you try it, You will always buy it. FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS. lln.bAljMt.LU V^. inu tci'iiicdy mill Nrrx /^&am...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

The Sausalito News. NO. 28. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20.1885. VOL. I.

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