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PILE TUMORS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

PILE TUMORS however lane, speedily and painlessly «ured without knife, caustic, powder or ointment. Consultation free. Write for pamphlet and references, enclosing two letter stamps for reply. World's Dispensary Medical Association Gti3, Main Street, liuifal >, N. Y. Tho Rtgii'er has remored from Arroyo Grande to San Lma Ofaitpe, Cnio for Coogh or (.'old. — A» soon i • there i» the alightest oneaaiiiesi of the (.'he^t, with difficulty of bteatbing, or indication of i' ■»gh. take daring the day a few "JlriHM'i JJroiichial Troclits." SooU. »bm. Tha salmon run in Fneer rirer, B. C, has been WttJ Urgt this MMOB. Catarrh—A new treatment Ins been dlicoverec »h».ebv a permanent ears i< efFei'tetl in from one to time appllcatians. Particular* uid treatise tree un rfclpt of stamp. A. H. Inxo* a Sox, M King street we«t, Toronto, Canada.

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OAK SETS FOR $31,50. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

OAK SETS FOR $31,50. To see Fnmethiiu' very pretty and chesp go to the California Furniture Company, Koi 220 to 126 Bash street, San Francisco, and sea those pretty oak aeU marked down, t' #31 50. Try Gcrniea foi Tfl—Vfejl

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YEARS TEACH MORE THAN BOOKS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

YEARS TEACH MORE THAN BOOK S Among other valuable lessons Impwtml by tin- teiclxr U the fact that for a very long tin: ■ Dr. FieicVg "Go' leu Med:>a'. Dito >very' h.i* ken ihfl prinoi of liver corrective* and blood purifiers, i in. th I how hold phy■ician of the poor man, .. d the nb'e in«Ulting physician to th« rich i>ati?nt, and plaited by »11f..r its magnificent service and efficacy hi all dis?.veHu{ a chroma nature. ■■■* malarial poisoning, ailments <>f th<? respiratory nd ili g'Slivo .«y.-tenis, liver dUeaif »nd in all cases where ill-.- on of mi alterative Body is indicated. > A dUeaie which blinds cattle i. prevalent in the Upper Nap* Valley. ■:':.';*

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A SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A SUCCESSFUL INSTITUTION. I'm Buiinea Colleg". M Poet St.. Frenciaoi has b . ihed for nearly a quarter of .-. oentnry. It now Inoludei more thtn any i th< r Mshool in ;\ui. lick '-Ifern und.-r one tuition. Its oourte of instruction lias been ■nit the time*, aud now inolnde*, land, Type-wriUn?, Telegraphy, Single and Double entry book-keeping a- applied to aU depnttmsnt! of buiineM, Commercial AfitbroeUc, Buali oss Penmanship, Mercantile ' Law, ]'• ■ . i.iea-> Cowwpondenoe, I«atareaon! Law, Bustaeai I. -. Actual BoHnea* Practice, ttailf tadtni;. Brokei age and Banking, Entrluh Branidie*, iSawtog and instruction m Krenob, German anrl SpanUh. The tuition for :i full Eotineai ' \ix mnnth* bonly .--7... ri'i.i, is the only BuiineH College '.'>i th.---i !oa*t from which a young man can go Boat after having pal 1 bit tuition and comree were without an oxtra charge.

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THE LATEST INNOVATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

THE LATEST INNOVATIONS. The new ityle pede*tal« and tables are just too lovely for anythiM with their twiste<l otaing ana lira-s feet I'or sale at tho California Furniture Company, N t. 220 to 226 Bush street, San Francisco. . .

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CURRENT ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

CURRENT ITEMS. —New Orleans ii to faav« % Castle Garden, which »liv hopes tomika as famous as that in New York. —Cheese rinds are disposed of by making them into cement for mending glass and porcelain.— Chicago llera/d. —A convict in an English prison perfected the style of lawn tennis racquet now the most popular among British players. —Petroleum was known to the dwellers on the shores of the Caspian Sea, and in some parts of the Valley of the Euphrates, live hundred years bofore the Christian era. Alexander the Great made .so of it in the burning of Babylon. —There aro degrees of excellent* even in baked beans. A South End restaurant recognizes grades in this e«culent, sad advertises, "Baked Beans, ten cents. Choice Baked Beans, fifteen cents."— D .ton Saturday Evening Oazettt. —There is a peculiar region on the border of the Colorado desert, about 110 miles east of Los Angeles, Cal., called Palm City, where ripe fruit is produced at least four weeks ahead of any other locality in...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A- ff 1 For CkBAMOM Tin Skin iui.l Scalp "f Birth Hu tuori, lor allaying Itcliintr, Burning and Inflammation, for curing the first symptoms - t X mum, Pi i,a si*. Miik CiUfct. s all HeaJ, Scrofula, and other inherited akin and blood disease*, Cl'Tici'RA, the great Skin Cure, and Ci-thtr* Soap, an exquisite Sl.in Iteautiner, externally, and (TTkTr.A Kksoltixt, th« new Blood Purifier, Internally, are infallible. Aba lutely pure. Sold everywhere. Price, Ccticcra, Ma ; Soap 25c.; Kk'olvknt, $1. Pottkr D&i'o ami '111 VRML CO., HrtSTl'X. T3.Send for "How to Cure Skin diseases." - ■■-- ■ VPINKEYE. A Remarkable Cure of a Hone. In the fall of \'bi I had a rnlnable hors? taken with the pinkeye, resulting in blood pxison. After nine months of doctoring with all the remedies to be found in horse books, I despaired (if a cure. Ilia right hind lit! was as large as a man's body, and had on it out fort) running forte, ije whs a moot pitiable looking I object. At liitt I thought of Hwift...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

■\TTicn Baby -was s'ck, wo gave B«r CASTORIA, TThen sh» was a Child, slia cri»d for CASTOHIA, Viion «li» became Ilia, sis clnng to CASTOKIA, ■\Vhan Blie Lad Children, uho gay» tkm CASTOEIA PILES! FILES ! PILES ! X Stntl CUKE FOUND AT LAST! NO ONE NEED 6UF£ ER. A euro cure fur Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Ulcerated Tiles has been discovered by Dr. Williams, (an Indian Remedy,) called Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment. A single box has cured the wont chronic cases .if 25 or 80 yean' ttandiug. No one need suffer live miuutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Louocs, instruments andtlectuaries do more barm than good. Williams Indian l'ile Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense toiling-, (particularly at night after getting warm in bed) acts as ■ poultice, gives instant relief, and is prepared only for Piles, itching of the private parts, and (or nothing else. Head what the Hon. J. M. Coffiubcrry, of Cleveland, Bays about Vt. Williams' Indian I'ile Ointment! " I ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

W /ROYALtSWJJS % %i POWDER Absolutely Pure. • Tbh Towder never varies. A marvel of purity nt'rei Kth »nd wbolesonienew. Wore economical than thiordinmri kind*, ami cannot lie wild in competition with the multitude of low test, short weiidit, «lum 01 ;-In-sL>hate powders Sold only In cans. r.ovjL Dak ixa Potdk* Co. 108 Wan street X. v. iH Alisolutcly Pure.' JsMS^itirelij free from X-x ** Fusel OH. •W KECOMSKBED BY ill. $t.r,oper Bottle Summer Complaint, Diarrhoea, Malaria, Pneumonia, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Fevers, and oil Bowel Troubles. WORST CASES, prevented, cured and relieved by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, endorsed by the leading Physicians and Chemist! of the world for its purity. Sold by Druggists ana Grocers. Pacific Coast Agents, A. F. EVANS & CO., SAX FRAyCISCO, CAln California lire Works, 129 MARKET ST., SAN FRANCISCO, MAxvFACTtniKiia or WBRE^EVERYTHING IN WIRE n A j,.J 11/;.- i We offer fornMo nt lowest figure D3m 6 U Wirß \* & * point an...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 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. • SEENGRAVING Heat wnik at the lowost prices, at PALMER & REV'S, 405 and 407 Sansome St., Kan Francisco PIANOS, ORGANS. ETC. nTri»(»(lU U!.AM<« * BACH, Si tIN W AY^nier.KoonlKh l-i»no»j Burdetf OmSL ™n3 lStroUnt*. Urg«rt rto* of Hl.cet Mubic and Books. Bands supplied at Kniitoni privet. M. GRAY. 208 Wont Struct. Him Francis*; ■ ES9 fi ■ B^pfll BUSINESS rfc A Year's Tcßt Prove* Prof. IHll'i M»IP«A • BBlKlixle has f.>rforciii«tho 1.nr.l W^J /fir hair to grow ou the «iuootuo»t face ir \MLjifliaM.'St huft'l In »'.l w«ik» Hufn »»'l Jf^., Buro. Filco3so,or3pVir«so«ti. Htamii^* Ulna. Hat lon gnarantuiKl. AddraM Ulekej • Co., Sonoma City, Clal. - DEL. MI3>3rTI3E3, THE SPECIALIST, No. li Kearny St., San Francisco, CaL TBMTI AM. CHRONIC, SPECIAL AND PIUVATB DISEASES WITH WoNDBttTOL ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

The Sausalito News. NO. 30. VOL. I. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, IW».

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HER WAY TO SAY "NO." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

HER WAY TO SAY "NO." My swi i-theart stit kultting. "My darling," suid 1, "I hnve had a most beautiful dream." Bhe feigned not to hear mo and made no reply; Said simply: "I'm turning: the seam." I reached tor the knitting—a mesh of soft whits. That she held In her linkers so siunll; But oho sad: "Don't disturb me, I'm busy to night— I'm kitiit nir a sock for a doll." "Don't toaso mo so, dnrliug," I pettishly oried; "You're just dyingto hear. I'll be bound—" But hlir pushed buck her curls, U9 she softly replied! "Jiibl wnit till I've knitted around." I waited awhile, and then closer I drow, And breaking of silence the seal, Isukl: "Now you're ready, lot me tell It to you." She answored: "I'm soltlnjr the heel." I smiled and I frowned, and looked up at the clock, llpjrretlinfr that soon I must go; Then looked at my tenser—she held up the Book, Snyinpr: "Would you put red in the too?" "You sliull hear me, darling, you dearest of trirls:" She placed both her hand! on her brow, And laugh...

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THE HOUSE-FLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

THE HOUSE-FLY. A Chapter on the History of This "Adjunct of Culture." How the Fly Mnvri, I.lvm nml Old ilm ltd Nourishment ! !i<- Dr.vrlormiHiit of lt» Wlat*—What IJeronuM of the Tormentors In Winter— General Point*. Some one has observed how little we really know about our intimate friends: even those living under the same roof. The same remark will In a degree applj to that ever-present household com paniou, the houselly. Wherever civilization penetrates, there go the honeybee and tho house-lly, twin adjuncts of thn higher culture. And yet how little is known of tho life-history of the fly; where its eggs are placed, where Its young live, upon what they live, how they become flies, and how long they remain with us. If we examine one of thorn, it will he seen that tho fly has six logs, composed of a number of segments or joints freely movable upon each other; the toe or tarsal joints are five in number, To the last joint are attached two hooked claws, and if anyone will ...

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A Disinterested Party. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A Disinterested Party. "Hello, there!" called out a bartender in a West Brighton beer pavilion while tho thirsty souls from an incoming boat surged in front of him. "Hello, there! you didn't pay." Hut tho two men he addressed did not seem to hear him, and they lounged outside. "Say, Fritz," called ontthe bartender to a waiter. "Say, Frlta, hail them fellers for the price. They've gone out without settling." Tho tall German laid down his tray. wiped his mouth with his apron and started ferocously after tho raced ng couple. Soon he came back with a festoon of dark blue under the battlements of his loft eye. There was a rent in hi duster and a lump under his Jaw the size of a codfish ball. "Did you collect?" called out the bartender. "Naw," said tho waiter. "Wouldn't they givo up?" ••Naw." "What did you do?" "Tole dem to seddle up or I'd wollop dem." "That was right. What did they say to that?" "Nodings. Yon pucked me by dor chaw, der odder fetched me on der eye. Pey nogged me oud righ...

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FRAUDS IN CIGARS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

FRAUDS IN CIGARS. Prauilulent Manufacturer* Wlio Imitate Popular iiikl ExpenMvo llramlfl. "Now, there's a cigar," said a toba merchant whose linn handled more than a million dollars' worth of olgars a year, "that has made a great reputation within the past year, and which Is eagerly smoked by all good judges of cigars, and yet there is so much cheating done in this particular brand that fully two-thirds of the smokers are swindled. lam not surprised, either, that they do not find it out, as the ohonl ing is very adroitly done. The price ol tho cigar to dealers is twenty-two and a half cents, and yet you can buy thu cigar, or what they pretend is the cigar all over town for twenty-live cents. Wo will not retail them for less than tweut veight cents, because that gives us lit lie enough profit." '"'," "Are all that aro sold for twenty-live cents bogus "They are not the true Imported brand, as a rule. Of courso, there are occasional big hotels and rastaurs that are content to handle th...

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THE THREE GREAT LANGUAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

THE THREE GREAT LANGUAGES. Comparative Importance of tli« llujrli ill Ovnr tlio I'romli iiml (lerma.ii Tongue!. Tho language in which Shakespeare and Milton wrote WM tho language of but live or six million* of people In their day, and as late as one hundred yean ago English was spoken by not more than fifteen or sixteen million people, says tho Paris Aincricitn Btgilter. At the same period French was the mother tongue of at least thirty million people, and German, in ono or other of Its forms, was the language of from thirty to forty million people. This slate of affairs is now completely reversed. Itetweeu forty and lifty years ago the English language equaled the German in the number of those who spoke it, and now tho latter is left far behind in the race. German is spoken by 10,000,0(111 persons in the Austria-Hungarian empire 46,000,000 in the German empire, 40,000 in Belgium,2,ooo,ooo in Switzerland.mid the native tonguo of some 8,000,000 in tho United States and Canada. This g...

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ENDED IN SILENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

ENDED IN SILENCE. rhn Cuntomer Wai Wearied by t' Smooth-Uored, Uevel-Etlgeil, Chtcrfu I lir. Tlio barbers were all busy during th hottest of the hot days last week i.i s tip-town barber shop when a visito entered. His cheek bones were hlgli his mustache was of the color of wt straw, and his hair was plastered dow on his forehead in a style thai stampoC him from afar. He was on dre parade and tilled with pride. From h highly polished boots to his brill new tie he was resplendent an 1 now II" swaggered into the shop with thi air of a conqueror, and tho foremH rested the lather brush in his victim. ear while ho leaned over Confident and whispered: "That's Charley; you'vo heard m< speak of him, hain't \o'i'.'" "Well," said the large man in tin chair, 'if there is anything imci ■. heaven or on earth. that* you haven't gpoken —**i?S!WN*^ .--.••■*. - , "Yes," said the foreman, hurriedly, "but this hen boy Is tho dandy masher (if the universe and is known all over New York. Why "...

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GIBRALTAR'S STRENGTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

GIBRALTAR'S STRENGTH. Tim Slt'K" ""d 4'apturu of thn HSWIHM Military l'<irtlllrulli>n. l'l-eneh and Spanish troops. 40,000 in number, for four long years, from June, 177!), till February, 1788, beleaguered tho fortress of Gibraltar, then held by General BllOt, with a garrison of 7,01)0 men. Tho enemy erected batteries right across the s:indy islhinus, whilo in the bay they held forty-seven ships of the line and ten "battering ships," hosides' countless lesser craft. One night the rock narrowly escaped being taken by surprise. A goatherd having undertaken to guide the Spaniards by a path unknown to th« English, 600 troops followed him one dark night and crept silently to a hollow called the Silletta, or little chair, anil thence lo the signal station, whero the) slew the guard. There they awaited reinforcements from below; Hies,-, howe\er, were delayed, anil the garrison meanwhile Were aroused, and sallying forth drove back the invaders. The Silletta was immedia...

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AN ITALIAN LOCUST HUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

AN ITALIAN LOCUST HUNT. l!ow Capri Peanant* Deiitroy tlii> Siitiimer I'eit br the Wholesale. j I was quietly at work in my stn ly at Capri one day in a very hot August, laboring to breathe as well as tho great heat would let me, when a wild-looking youth rushed in tome from Anacapri, crying out that the locusts bad oome. The diseaso of the vine hail alreudy caused groat loss, and now there wore tho locusts eating up the harvest. A great part of Anacapri was as bare, tho youth told me, as if a lire had swept across it. The invaders had alreody got over the brow of the mountain and were in the woods below. Would I go out and see them. Certainly I would. As wo approached their advanced guard under cover of a low wood, we could hear the incessant click, click, of the cnomy, and every now and then we were fallen upon by their scouts, which dashed against our faces and clung to our clothes. Aa we proceeded we found them frolicking in legions, like imps let loose for miicliief. ...

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