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Curious Will of v Cook. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Curious Will of v Cook. - [Pair Stall aozatte.l ■ ' A peculiar i story about an cccenti chef has been going rounds of t French papers, ■ Felix Duryos, f I some years cook iv the kitchen of Lou Philltppe, died recently'in Paris. Di ing; his lifetimo he likO," amassed pretty considerable fortune, no leutl 250,000 francs., This sum he left tot two nephews, but on ono conditio They were to place' on his tombston instead of tho usual high-tibwn inscr; j tion. extolling tho many virtues of t ! deceased, a brass frame, in whicho of his famous cpokofy recipes, writ! in large characters, was only to l»' •erta4> :\,. , ■■■„;,■", '• . i "Thus," as tho bcnovolent old m says in his will, "peoplo desirous of i structing themselves will; bo able' jCMing-ft ♦ijji.t-tp the- «MD£ti ■¥>% some, useful '. information. "..-M '■ nephews did not follow out these structions the money was to goto: "AssisMwee Publique," Unfortuna! for them; the Epitaph commission » not t allow tho dying ...

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| A i'uiieiitl In Ui» Mining Crttnp. I [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

| A i'uiieiitl In Ui» Mining Crttnp. I . K'olonulo Lptterj Anything more sad than a win! funeral in the little mining camps Int mountains it would be hard to Iraagii Genorally . tho coffin, • usually a I* cheap affair, made of stained pii' plain boards covered with a bit of cbe black cloth, is - strapped to a handi and hauled to tho burying ground men on snowshoos. '

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Noted »!lii.--. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

Noted »!lii.--. Of mines, tha highest. in tbo world the silvor mine of Potosi, in tho At of Pern, which is statod as being Hi t'et't above the level of the sea, and; deepest mine is tho salt mine of >'* ulzwerk, Westphalia, which i.s sai« bo 2.0.'i0 feet, below the sea. Dr. Frederic Eliot: If my stomfwi in working order, I am in working or* when I take good care of my stoßH* it takes good care of me.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

The Sausalito News. N'CMBER I. YoMMK 1. SAUSALITO: MARIN COM'TT, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, MARCH o, 1885;

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BY THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

BY THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI. [Joaquln Miller in The Current. | The king of riven haa a dolorous shore, A dreadful dominion of cypr** tree*, A gray bird rising forevermore, And drifting away toward the Mexican seas— A lone bird seeking for noon lost mate, So doloroiu, lorn and desolate. The shores are gray as the sands are gray; And gray are the trees iv their cloaks of hums; — That gray bird rl-ing anil drifting away Slow dragging its weary long legs across— Ho weary, juat over the gray wood's brink; - It wearies One, body and soul, to think. '. These vast gray levels of -cypress'wood, The gray soldiers' grave; and so, God's will— ! These cypress trees' roots are still running blooJ; | , Toe smoke of battle in their mosses still— That gray bird wearily drifting away 1 ' Was startled some long-since battle day.

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WIND AGAINST STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

WIND AGAINST STEAM. Fun on the I ro/tii llmlwii An Ic«-V«cht Against the K»|>re«. PC. Vinton Blake iv St. jHohpUn.l "There is ' a roar and rush behind them. What next? "The down train! The boy* look < v«-i their shoulders as hi' big black monster shoots past. The whistle blows sharply; there are handkerchiefs waving from' the windows. The ioe-vacht is just now holding nearly across the river. ■■l •'■'•-• • J ■•-•■•■ "'A race! a race, boys!' ' cries the skipper, as he gives a quick turn of his hand, and with a sheer and a spring they are oil 1 after the train. J "Now . the . v race—the race, boys! Steam against wind! How they fly! Everything is blurred and [melted together and indistinct. The ice in all a bluish white haze, with that diamond sparkle from the runners blazing up. "The windows of the traia are tilled with heads;! they seem to shout at the party on the ice-yacht, who hear only the rush and roar of the wind and the runners. The wind increases: the bo...

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Wealth of Our Jewish Population. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Wealth of Our Jewish Population. Ill.'lllMl-fsl H MUKI/'liß.] / I ( . ; The growth of the numbers and wealth of our Jewish population has not attracted the attention it deserves. It is known that sonio 700,000 -frequent the synagogues, but there are many freethinking Jews, and : there must be at least 1,00J,0C0 among our population. They have as a sect grown enormously ! rich. The average wealth of the Jew is four-fold that of our citizens. They are monopolizing the most lucrative occupations of the country. I They are bankers, merchants, wholesale dealers. They swarm at the exchanges, but rarely make their appearance Jn any productive employment. ■'(-., A Jewish farmer," mechanic or laborer is as difficult to find as a white blackbird. 2 The signs of the business firms in the commercial cities of the nation contain the names of more Jews than any other sect or nationality; indeed they monopolize the wholesale trade of several important cities. The Jewish race, is a wonderful one, b...

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Concerning Aluminum. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Concerning Aluminum. [Demonqt'p Magazine ] We can now boast the tallest monument in the world, but after all it is only the monolith of Egypt reproduced. It is simply a very tall chimney, and has little art significance.! The only new and striking thing about it is its cap, which is made of aluminum— a metal which has very rare properties. This cap weighs 117t ounces, and is brilliantly burnished. This polish ought to last for centuries, as aluminum is in-^ oxiduable. ; i This metal is now made by a cheap process in Pennsylvania, and could it be produced for as low a price as steel, it would revolutionize many branches of . industry, ~;- forJ.. iC- is as light ;i as glass, as tough as steel, and will take as • high a 1 polish as silver. ' . The great air-ship of the future. will, it is believed, be of this valuable; metal because of it« lightness, strength and impermeability.

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I) ' "■.'' Try I to l'luu.: [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

I) ' "■.'' Try I to l'luu.: [Sydney Smith.]."l [>' Nothing contributes more certainly to the animal spirit* than . benevolenoe. IbO ;o)xlD'ii2oßC ! i •AltS-MCU -pB vi oiio'jtaioiq ion moX. jo .iboj ou st (UiHjj t.Cn.indKoad u« "jsiuiouooo Tie uf{ i [i ,'i^ r -.^_f i-i '-\~--\ —■'■"■ 'fWa{dara mi &] Surppu puw 's»utds jKnnuw xn[ SmtAOjdmi s.Cr.»i« si -ouS; pnw'jood oip paw jiasuijq'uei'iAUoq' t>.iuv)Ki|) am uy&jM oi SujAujnoo s.vwMre m OljM p'UH' '«OU1)|UI Ol .UtlllllltU SI I [ OJU} uoi}i!4^piKti«»;> e'lMij suios s.uojqj oq.* , luvw9\)iiail is ai\\[ jiositnin sv>npubo wat% -paq H!l a*i^ »n atnij en.j.wojj oqM u«m 8 :st)Ariotu t»ilJ!| jo jnquinti v, ing 'JJui ;Atj JOJ'^Bp^q^'ui X]UO 6A|loia 9UO »A«ti oj iou hi ssenfnjjMiif) 40; adi9o»i"&qx Mr. Quurltili'a w-.hi.4mio Bible. ll.dintim .Standard. 1 Next came the celebrated Mazarin Bible, described in the catalogue as follows: Bibiia Sacra Latina c Vorsione el...

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Minute Screw*. ' [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Minute Screw*. ' [Phrenological Journal.] A newspaper co) respondent describes the American watch manufactory .tit nit ham. Mass., and in speaking of the astonishing minuteness of some very essential parts of the watch, says: "A small heap of grain i was shown to us, looking like iron filings, or grains of pepper from a pepper-caster—apparently the more dust of the machine which turned out -and throw, when examined with a microscope, were seen to be perfect screws, '>ath_ to be driven to its place with la screw driver. It is one of the statistics of Waltham worth remembering, that- a single j pound of steel, costing but cents, Is thus manufactured into ] 100,000 screws, which are worth $11. " ' I Christian Register: A New Orleans reporter uses a thick layer of hyperbole, when he says that an audieuce listened "two hours, breathlessly," to a sermon by He\. Joseph Cook. Victor Hugo: All the crimes ot man begin with the vagrancy of childhood. The Talmud: He who is great iv p...

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Too £x«lu»lVely C*»nuu«i-«'iMl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Too £x«lu»lVely C*»nuu«i-«'iMl. [The Current J The gift-bearing (hdntuius tide lion for some years been losing the fragrance of the Sentiment whfch Should dominate it. There is too much of the mere trading feature in it. The exchange of gifts is too often regarded as compulsory. There Is a trading of * purchases, a tumultuous crowding to meet obligations, as if we hud sotes at bank to pay, and the '..me was nearly up. We act too much as if wo were.. paying impatient creditors. The' old Christmas sentiment, it is true, reigns in many hearts, but the fact that it is actually waning is . depressing.,. |We are becoming ton exclusively commercial. „ ~Z<£!

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A KM Orleans "What I* It." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

A KM Orleans "What I* It." [New Orl.-aim Letter. 1 1 met a man on Carondelet street, whose costume 1 want sometxnly to locate for me. His feet impressed me most. They were clad in immense gaiters, above which ro«« about threequarters of a yard of white ribbed cotton stocking. A red calico skirt, very narrow and very plain, surmounted by a thick bluo peajackct, the whale over topped by a long-nosed lugubrious yel low countenance in whiskers, bangs and a silk hat of startling proportions which made up an artistic aud impressive whole. The egotism of these people when they are egotistic is superb.

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i. '" A Ounriy of Flexible LJoicntuiia. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

i. '" A Ounriy of Flexible LJoicntuiia. ," [Chicago Herald.J j A niagnesian limestone found at the entrance of the'Tj-ne, in England, is reported to be so flexible that thin layer* three .feet or more in length may be '■«".;i in a circle while damp, retaining that form' on becoming dry.

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itoniu and Not*« nf <)r«at Valnr. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

itoniu and Not*« nf &amp;lt;)r«at Valnr. IFarin Aiiierican Kvifiiilf i.] Hitherto the two 100,000 pounds sterling Hanfc of England notes have il ways been considered the larjfwl no ••■• eitant. 1 Tho. princely family of the Starhembergs are the possessors of single bond of much gre.-iter val.e namely of the face value of I,.",011,0 ■ florins (about 1.'i0.000 pounds sterling . at which figure they sold some &amp;gt;vm: ago, tbeir (Bterest in the vast estate ii&amp;gt; th« Wiedeu in Vienna. The ton , which noininaly yields an annual int«&amp;gt;r est of 75,000 florins (silver), is deposite with the Vienna district court.

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Hitter* for Worm*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Hitter* for Worm*. [Exchange, i Dr. Landerer writes to The !&amp;lt;i *l' News that if Tines be watered with ;&amp;lt; ;•• eoction of bitter plants, such as win... wood, worms will be unable to live upm: them.'. The uae of quassia wood, ho says. kill* all insects and worms. In Surinam. where quassia trees grow, no birds live in them, and neither insects nor worms are found at the roots. The method is not expensive or laborious. ■ ■

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SWEETS FOR THE FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

SWEETS FOR THE FAIR. How th» Women of New York PutrouUa the Candy 8hop«. l"H. H. A." in Chicago Tribune.l "New York women beat tho world," said a confectioner to me the other day, for eating candy." There i.-; no doubt but this in true. There is no other city in the world where tho candy-seller flourishes as here. Kven on Broadway, where the rents are so enormous that only Arms of established position and backing can alTord such an outlay, the candy merchant, unheard of until recently, boldly \v ilks into a magnificent shop, and with an air of one who knows what lie isa'jout proceeds to spread forth hi&amp;gt; ilelcrtable wares and soon after to reap the benefit in dollars and cen/ts without end. Kverv ria'y in the yerr, at all sctsons, warm or cold, stormy or clear, a well-known candy shop 1 speak of is for at least live, hours of each working day bescignl by an eager throng of ladies and children desirous of obtaining their favorite sweets. Every New York school-girl has her w...

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' ■ . . Create r. .mi* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

' ■ . . Create r. .mi* (New . ill-an* I'or. Chicago Times.) There are splendid types of fmuale beauty among the Creoles, but they are not on exhibition for the benefit of curious strangers. They are to be seen of a Sunday morning at the cathedral, or at the French opera upon Home special occasion, or perhaps at the annual reception of the Pickwick olub. Their complexions ate olive; their hair black »nd lustrous: their eyes large, dark, and expressive; their hands and feet small; tbeir figures slender and graceful: thoir sarriage stately wid dignified; their tostt in dress exquisite. These types am by no means rare, but as a class it may bo doubted whether the onole women &amp;lt;';ui be really pronounced hfttjdsome.

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Nriv 04«W>' .Shell Kuacl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Nriv 04«W&amp;gt;' .Shell Kuacl. (Ohicaito Journal. I The famous shell road of New Orleans is a loulavard of almost snowy whiteness, nearly 200 feet in width and nine mile-, in length, extending from . the. western limit* of the city to Lake Pontcbartrain. A summer ■;■ evening drive along this road, through' tho forests of.oypwm and oak, the | black moss 'hanging in festoons across Hie way. presents a weird and novel sight, SSL* harles avenue, the. aristocratic residence street of the city, Is in the southern or new portion of the town, and i», perhaps "the most beautiful of all. .: ;■:&amp;lt;" --...--

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Age of Wonder*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

Age of Wonder*. [Philadelphia Call.] Birtl Editor—l see a promiueut electrician predicts that in rivo years newspapers will lie printed by eIM trioity. Second Editor—You don't .-^ty so! Well, well, this a wonderful age. •'Yes; there's no telling what marvels we shall see next. " •"True. Who knows but that the time may come when we can sit in a saloon a mile away and simply by pressing ;i knob start into operation a pair of eleefic shears."

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A Tetl lor OhMtii [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 5 March 1885

A Tetl lor OhMtii [New \ork Hat«M.| A man knows immediately whether it is a ghost ho sees by the way his own hair stands on end if it is a gho.n. That is an infallible test, and never fails exivni when the man ii bold.

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