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A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A BEAUTIFUL PIECE OF FURNITURE. At the wareroom* of the California Furniture Company, Xuh. 220 to 226 Buhli Btreet, San Francisco, is a magnificent mantel of sycamore ot buttonwood, in the natural color of the wood. The grain is as fine iw N.ilinwood. A Bholf for bric-a-brac is included, and the back is filled in with a fine beveled mirror.

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IMPORTANT LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

IMPORTANT LAND SALE. We t.ike pleasure iv calling the public attention to tho advertisement of the l'aciiic OoMt Land Bureau which appears in this isBue of our ': paper. Parties who desire to dispose of rauchvH nt private sale or at auction, will always find their interests well cared for if intrusted to this well known reliable house. — .-.••--.

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A PHYSICIAN'S POWER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

A PHYSICIAN'S POWER. The Uniformity of Nature's Destroying Agencies. The art of the physician can do much to remove its subjects from deadly and dangerous influences, and something to control or arrest the effect of theso influences. But look at the records of the life-insurance offices, and see how uniform is the action of nature's destroying agencies. Look at the annual reports of tho deaths in any of our great cities, and see how their regularity approaches the uniformity of the tides, and their variations keep pace with those of the seasons. The inundations of the Nile are not more certainly to be predicted than the vast wave ait infantilo disease which flows in upon, all our great cities with tho growing heats of —than the fevers and dysenteries which visit our rural districts/in the months of the fallin <r leaf. The physicgan watches these changes as the astronomer watched the rise of the great river. Ho longs to rescue individuals, to protect communities from the i...

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The Kind He Meant. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

The Kind He Meant. Will's kito became entangled in the branches of the maple in front of the door the other day, and before he could extricate it it was torn from end to end. "Oh, darn the thing!" gaid he, with a good deal of temper. "What?" exclaimed his mother from the porch. "Come hero, sir, iustantlv What did you say?" "I said 'darn the thing,' " replied tho 'cute littlo chap. "But there's two kinds of darns, you know. Ono you say, yourself — about stockings—and that's the kind /meant."— Detroit Free Preii. _s_3

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

/T^7>^ " / owe my /^ \je!Hji« Restoration \{s $2S vf ■lo Ihallh ih $& SeN* an(t Beauty bVK& --jSPI l 0 Vie ff.£i^S^^l CUTICURA W^fgfe^'7 REMEDIES." Vs.- v^ <r a>7x.j* Testimonial of • BoeDISFIGURIHG Humors, Humiliating Eruptions, [toblng T 'ttun;i, Scrofula, Suit Hlieiun, and Jiifnntilo Humors cured by the CCTicrii* ItK.MKL>t!W. Cuticura Ukhmlvknt, the new blood purifier, cleanses the blood and ]>tTBi>iration of impurities aU» polionoitt elements, and thus removes the cause. Ci'Tici'RA, the great Skin Cure, Instantly allays ItHilmr and Inflammation, clean the skin nnd icup, I ill-* Ulcer* and BOTM| and restores the Hair. Ci'Tici'RA Soap, an exquisite Skin IteautiHer and Toilet UiM|iii.-iti', prepared from Cuticura, is indispensable in trettt-trig Skin DbMkWi Baby Humors, Skin mislii i luij.j and Oily Skin. crniiH.i Kkukdikh are absolutely j-uro, and the only infallible Blood Purifiers and skin ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 3 September 1885

p3| ■ —»(, POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, itrsngth and wliiilmilillliW More economical than tlio oi-dtna y kinds, and cannot be sold In oompstl. tion with lie multitude of low test, ihort weight, alum, or phosphate powders. Sold only in nM Rotad B\kino Powder Co., 108 Wall Street, N Y. TUTTS PILLS "THE OLD RELIABLE." 26 YEARS IN USE. The Greatest Medical Trinmph of the Age! Indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. Lqssofappotite, Nausea, bowels cos tive. Pain in the Head, with a dull sensatlonjn the_baok_parti__Paln_ander the shoulder-blade, fullness after ing, with a disinclination toexertion ot body_ormiad|_liTitabiHty_of temper, spirits7Loss of memory ,witti a feeling ofjiaving_neglected dnty t Weariness. Dizziness, Flutter^ ing of tSeHeart, Pots before the ey»ii Yellow Skln.Headaohe)Re'stlessncs3 fitiJght, highly colored II THESE WARNINGS ARE UNHEEDED, CBHSCU3 DI3ZAOE3 WILL BOOH BB EBVEMKi). YtfTT'S FILLS nru especially adap...

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

Men Think they know all about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know 13 not to have. PIANOS, ORGANS, ETC. ~ HAZELTOri PIANOS. i£FK5£ First-dnss in nniry reepoct. r.axy Instnlltnontn. Hend for Catalogue, i II AS. H. IV lIIV 785 Mnrkot Btreet, Ban Francisco. OTCIMIHAV MKAAIIiJJrI & HACH %} I tin ¥¥ I Oabler,Koonish Pianos; Buriktl OHMM, band insl rMinrnt.H Largest stock of Hhcet M»:ii.: ami Books, liands s-jppliod at Eastern iiricei. M. OKAY. '.'0(1 Post Street. San FnncW f\ A Year's Test rrores Prof. Hill's Magic .^ssv • f JlKHxIr ha« no equal for forcing the beard m . j 'A lor hair to grow on the ■uinuthint faoe or V*<l fcjif kil.lmt head in six w«el<s. Kufa anil JFL Sure. Prlce23o,orSp'k'g»socts. Stamps •"■ taken. Kat BfacMon guaranteed. Addroa Dickey k Co., Honoma City. Cal. inn cal g|gl IV/VW ThlnGreatStrengtuen. nn.SAvrIELD V^.liiu lt.ni.«ly ami \ ( r>.. U /--iZZr^ u^B'l'<nilr « urcH Millioiii / K£&^~^?\^V I H l*...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

The Sausalito News. X 0.31. VOL. I. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886.

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MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS

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SUMMER RHYMES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

SUMMER RHYMES. LOVE'S YOUNG DREAM Now the youth and gentle maiden, who are • UroaralDit love's younu ilreiim, Think thai life la nnugtit in'it sunshine, cara meU, mill lcniou cream. EICH AND POOR. Now tho folks, who oan afford It, rush for coolnosx to tho mountalnH, Whllo the tollers In tho city sock the same lit BOda foautalm THR rr.UMltl'.lt'S 11IVAL. Now tho druggist's face is bcauiln^, n3 the nickels to him paifl, And he thinks tliere's Inn In selling froth at half a dlmenglllM, IT'S IK RHASON AOAIR. Now tho gioon cuciimbor Cometh for a sonson brief to stay. And the doctors are preparing romodlos for cholera. ( IS MIBTAKKK FOR A IIMTKIIKHItV. Now that foe to human comfort, stinging, j tantalizing lly, Is mistaken for a berry and l» acrved up In tllC |lie A MVSTI'.UV. Now llio boy who "wasn't swimming," and who wishes none to doubt That he's truthful, can't imagine why his shirt Is Insldu out. —Boiton Courier.

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HOTEL BEATS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

HOTEL BEATS. A Votoran Olerk'a Exporloncos With Genteel Frauds. Well-FlUnd Vallgo* and Tholr Contents— . Hitmllni: lUsiMKn Out <> lt:ick Windows— KxpecleiN Check l)o<l|fp. The head clerk in one of our large hotels leaned over his desk yesterday afternoon and pensively regarded a tall, rather well-dressed young man, who had evidently just received a bluff. The tall young man walked out of the front door and disappeared up the street. A sympathetc reporter approached the clerk and asked in his kindest tones what was the matter. "Oh, nothlngmuch; just been euflhre ■gain l>y a dead»beati that's all," r plied tin) gentleman, with ■ moornf o'gli, h I'l' oalt ;i savage glanos at 01 of tlio colored porters, who ohaooud pass by. The porter had dono not ing, but tlio clerk did not feel well. "•Toil me all about it," said tlio syi pat hot o reporter. "Tln'ie trai nothing unusual aboul Tho ease WU a coninion one. The mi came hero and took a room. He -...

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PRIVATEERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

PRIVATEERS. The Condition! I'mlor Which Priviito Ship* Mm Miiko War, A privateer is a vessel which belongs to a private owner, but sails under a commission granted by a responsible Government and carrying author t. to the grantM to wage war according to the usages of naval warfare againsl tho power -pee.lied in the oommiss on. With the commission there are Issued instructions for the guidance of the holder; and tho Government may re,jinro tho deposit of a certain sum or the delivery of a bond as security against the violat on of those Instructions. The Government may further withdraw the commission if it has been misused, or if the instructions it contains have been disregarded; and when such commissions were wont to bo issued oy this country, our law held that the owners of the vessels commissioned might also bo held liable in damages for the oonseqnenoes of such nulsanoe or disregard The war ships of nenIral (lowers aro entitled to visit a privateer and demand exhlbit'oo of her cu...

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BEETHOVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

BEETHOVEN. The Kcceiitiicltlc* of the I)lntliiffiil»li<>il r..ni [iihit. In 1810 Beethoven began to keep house, and a sad kind of home he had. He was liko a child in tho hands of servants and landlords, and rarely found himself at peaof with either. Hs constantly changed his lodgings, and seldom had timo to get things settled In a house boforo it was necessary to move aian. It was seldom that a servant staid more than a tow weeks, and the BOOM frequently took oars of itself. His room was generally a modal Of COnfUSlon. Letters strewed tho floor. md the remains of hlslastmeal. sketches of his music, books and pictures covered the chairs and tables. Sometimes it would be weeks boforo ho could d soover a manuscript which ho Borely needed. He broke nearly everything he touched, and sometimes upset tinink in tho piano. He loved to bathe, aid frequently would stand pouring water over his hands, shouting his music; if any musical idea occurred, ho would rush to the ta...

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JEWELRY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

JEWELRY. Some Dlxtlnctlvo r»rlnlan VBSfcIOM of Article* <•! ivr»oiml Adornment. Fancy brooches of different kinds maj be worn Indifferently at the waist oi throat of the high bodice, at the waist, bosom, shoulder or back of the low bodice, as an ornament for the hair, or as a linish to tho velvet necklet around the throat. The chronicles of fashion tell us that medallions havo quite goni out, and indeed the locket, pendent from a chain or whet, is a thing ol the piust. Hut this lii'i-d not trouble tho owner of such pretty things. The larger ones can easily be transformed into something else more fashionable they may perhaps Serve for a brooch, or for the clasp of a bracelet or necklet, or for the support of a cliatelalno watch, unless it. is thought preferable to put them on ouo side until the ebb ana How of fashion Rhall havo brought ! them in again, which it Is likely to do some time or oilier. Small locketl may lie attached' to chain bracelets, which have 'sometimes as...

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Prehistoric Implements. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

Prehistoric Implements. In a lecture delivered in the Institute of the Khedive at Cairo, Dr. 0. Stliu'einfuith has given SOflM accounts of the scats of manufacture of prehistoric stouo Implements In the dessrl of Eastern 'Egypt, discovered by him in lK7i; and 1H77, and again visited and examined by him in his last journey. Tho two spots referred to are in the Wadi Sanur and Wadi Warag. Dr. Sohwelnfurth's belief that the two sites In question are really those of ancient manufactories of stono implements is grounded partly on the presence of accumulations of cores iv the beds of the streams*partly on the fact that the raw material is found abundantly in tho neighborhood. The source ol the raw material is a bed of Hints belonging to tho upper nummulitlo limestone, corresponding to that which exists behind Cairo. Implements and utonsils indicating a Btone period have now, Dr. Schweinfurth remarks, been found even la the very heart of Africa, and these show a surprising resemblance in fo...

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AMERICANIZED CHINESE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

AMERICANIZED CHINESE. Hmv thn Oole*M«!' nn the PuolHo CoiMt nro Aftopttag Amnrlotn H»blt» and lu■tltntloni. Tho Tapes hava been raising a tnpage. It was through tho application of tho Tapw to the Supreme Court that the Chinese public school was opened la San Francisco. The Tape* are Amerioanlzed Chinese, and how Americani/.o I the following story will show: John Tape is an expressman, drives one wagon and owns another, wears his hair cut short and goos to Sunday-school. In taking goods to tho mission he met Mary, a servant, who wore her hair in a buUrrlly chignon, painted (lowers and d d embroidery. John and Mary courted and were married. John built a neat little house out In the westorn addition, where in duo time appeared two little Tapes Mamio and John. It was an American family in custom, costume and speech, and tho mission folk used to take visitors out to tho Tapes.and oxhibit them as examples of how very Caucasian the Mongolian might be made. A little while ago. however, John...

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SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

SEASONABLE SUGGESTIONS. A Chapter on l'ruilonos In Conduct and Tmnpnranoe In Ulet. Tlio oxtromo heat of the season, with t)io iaflfMMd number of deaths, suggest groat prudence in conduct aud toinperaiifd in diet. A largo proportion of the fatal results traceable to thermal onuses might easily bo prevented by a little. can-. Of courso tho few who can afford to gratify their dosires by ilooing to Bomo cool and quiot retreat, and then havo tho good judgment to be temperate in their habits, aro tho furthest removed from all seasonable dangers, but to tin' many this is impossible. Tho let! fortunate ones can comply with well established hygienic principles. < Ueanlineu in of tho first importance and it applies not only to tho person, but, also to the premises. The body thould ba sponged once a day, and twice is better, with water not cold; clothing next, to tho person should bn frequently ohanged; the bedroom and linen should b<i thoroughly ventilated aud aired afte...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

DR. WM. JENNINBSON, Pnysioian, SAUSALITO, OAL. BAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. Agouta for all the San Francisco Dailies, — -AND General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery and General Supplies of that description. Mtorn in rotftoMcs Ilnildliiff. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. J. LOEZAN KKF.ru* imi riitrf Saloon and Recreation Rooms, BBBT OF Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL TABLE, CAED ROOMS And other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and P Water Avenue, . SAUSALITO - - - - OAL. _- Joseph M. Jewett, WAGON MAREK AND BLACKSMBTH. " flmii'W A<iONS AND CAR ZzSHj|!l riages Repaired, and uew onea niado to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. proraptuesi and di«i>atch. WATER STREET, SAUSALITO. A. LAWRENCE, . DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, j. v: Cigars and General Family Supplies, PRIOKB REASONABLE. Th« Publio Patronage solicited. s.** »t«re-C»ledonln Avenne, Sausallto A....

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