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

POSTAL. Maf'n Cloro. I W«U« Arrive. For fill Frnn-) n.nii am llr >:n 8»li Fllll-) 8.80 am clscu MI.MamI clko fll4O am )|.-..1.-. l-l I J .-..11U-M 3USDAYB Clou lot 7.80 a. m.. for Sun Frnnrieco Anlvi -ni 8.40 a. m. from " ADVEBTISI LETTERS. T.ist of DDellimed 1-lt: rinininin<> In tin- Pottnfflce nt Him hi tn, M.-ir.n coiii.ly. (uliforiila Hipt. I, I-..-:-: 'In ul.taln nny of Ihi-na li Iti r« tlm »i>i>ll--I'iint iiinsi 1 nil for "inlvriiisn! litt. is" uSviiiß iliito wlit-ii pnlilii-liMl. If not cnlliil fur wllhiii ou« niuiith, tin■}• will he Bent to tli« Di a.l Latti I uflice. .to'A'von JBo iv „, M iai r 1 2? p" Uvutm O ■■ ii' il UII amlo U.uuli'e oal JOHS fcIIXKLL. •'. >'

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CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

CHRIST CHURCH. IU.V. Ft.KDF.niCK W nsBD, JT.iTCin. fIrXDAY9-nrily.iCoinmun!nb.*T::« a.m. Plwl Snnclny in the Month. 11 a.m. Kviuiiig Pr*T«i S r. M. Snnilny s.-ii... 1 B:*1 A. M. WKKK DAYH Hi Iv Uominnnlon, 10 a.m. FrlajjTl — I II d:v. HI a. M. •'•■riio W..111, Auxilliry," n oniM for Clturrh \\Vik mi'iln evorj rni»it»j In l>r. cum's oflli-i »t 4P" m Any Ikllih wlllinj! to help in Cbnnb wort i-i- i-or.llally ll vrt. lonltnnl. Tli« Vonot! OirlM iiuil.l units »t the msm plnoe cviry Tlinrnliiy nftiMii'mn ut I o'clock. Tin' niitiirninylHKiin lit thi Hrctnryon Mntiilaj 1 \. niin, ■!■ nt tliu I'liiin li nfti-r inr. ol the wivloin.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

MARRIED. BERGEMAN-KELLY - In Sausalito, September 7h by Justice Bellrude, Julius Bergeman and Miss Mary Kelly, both of Sausalito. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. STRA.YED TON (lliorxiis of "elmoxte ' hotel; « ' Hiptfinbir loth, SI JMtJB. Own. r rftn h»ve 11|...,, by pruvinji p.'ity curl Inyinu t*o«t of Ililn n.lvoitisriiirllf, J. B. M.INKKV. lIOUSEItOLD FURNITURE AT I'KIVATE SALI4. ALT. THE EFFECT* OF A Wll.l. 1 rUNI.s'HKD Cjtln^o iiid nlvi imno ixHillry. Mild, JOHN 11ICUA1SD3; Hnmlln Cottage. Mb*). M. Gakcia "Wood's. EXPEIUENOED MIDWIFE *N!t()tTMOBS TnAT Mi. «in yivo oiri-fnl Httoutloii t«i any cuHe liven hor. Iti slilenio Calctli n'li Ay. Biusallto, FURNITURE FOR BALE! ET of OOTTAGG FUBSITCTIB IN OOOD .j Couilltluii. Apply t» 'I. STHPHESH. BtkwAi.d S, V. V. C. 33 _ REWARDI LOST IN OOINO FROM Till', CHrtICH j via IlarrlKou Avenna anil Ilulktlcf Avciuio tn in\ lii'iKc. » ■.»■■! mixed wick cnut. Had i wal< 10l in tli<! siilr purki t lontHlulut] Liti6 »ml ihlilh-hh with nnii...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. _____ ICHI BAN BAKERY, Ico Creuni mill r<i(T«-i> I'm lor. Ice Ct'cant, confectionery^ Caketf Etc. A COMPLETE STOCK OF CBOIOB kiikn li AND PLAIN CANIJIKS. I'miiilirs supplied with Ilreail etc., ut reiiHOimbli' terms. , „ orposiTK. . VV.K \l V WII A II l<\ Ci.k.mkns Wir.si:, - - PiiontiEToit. THE SEASIDE BE SO 11 Tl FINE NEW SALOON AND WAITING ROOMS, WISES, UQDOBS AND CIGARS. '••'■. ITAVINO Iir..KSTA(H.tSIir.D MV (RfejU'biißiiicHH HI riniiKiilito I ri'HpWtfdllj U?_*fc;:iai.'M. 1 tin 1 fni'iiiirpalruuiitjiiuf niylilinil* iiini lll< tn Mil puLllq, TIIOS. RYAN, Ptop. GEO.V. KENNEDY, BLACKSMITH WAGON MAKER. All work attended to with promptness and ButUfaotiou gnnranto&l. ( \ Horshoeing a. Specialty. Agricultural' Machinery of ell kinds repaired on ghonnotioe, SHOP, WATEB St., Saisai.ito. WILLIAMS & CO Whok'Hiilo Manufacturers and Denlcrs in FINS HOME MADE CIGARS. Maiun Co! ntv Tiude SuPPtllD With all Jicjni...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

•WATER ItATES.' NOTICE! I Water Rates ....AND.... I Conditions ....OF THE.... BAUSALITO I Land and Ferry ■ COMPACT; Otnoi of tub SA U ALI TO LAND and I'KKKV COMPANY" Xo. tl9 California St, Room '■>. San FiunVisc.j, Jun. 20, 1883 -. NOfIOK AS TO TVATKII KATKS AND CONUITIONai rpilE RAUSAMTO LAND AND iTi;. JL iy Company has lha right la claim nmi eierl nil tbo privilege*, of ■ Water Com-" pmy vii.li tho following aIaBSM of it 9 Aiiirlis of locorporntion, relating to tbo "objects and pnrpnsps for which safd compnny is formed," viz: "Lluililhig llniiii'H, <l.iniH, nqiifdncts reservoirs mill oilier structures appropriate; to tlx- supply and distribution of water." "Of mill i■liu;,', distributing 1111(1 nl!:i'({ water." The Comnnny linn lately applied to th« lio.ud of Bnpervllon ol Muriu county ti< i]\ .ii.il titablixh monthly rutcH for water, to be charged aud collected by thin Coin(muyi Th* Donrd of Supervisors dtoided tlmt liny I imi 1 no JorisdlctlODi u...

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OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

OF INTEREST TO TRAVELERS. How They Mny br Sure of Obtaining Ur-fri-HliiiiK <lrc|< OB 11 BMIWajF Tr:>in. Until recently I have not been able to secure much sleep on the lirst Bight of a railway journey, and it may be an advantage to many travelers to knowhow the Inability was overcome. An excess of blond in tho brain prevents sleep. Bow to remove the surplus \m tho problem for the unfortunate who j wish to sleep but can not. A pump is | needed for thai purpose, and it may easily be provided, as follows: Having assumed the usual posture of repose, Inhale and exhale slowly and steadily lons breaths, devoting the whole attention to making the inhalations and exhalations of exactly the same length. The length should be much greater than that of ordinary breathing, although not sufficient to disturb the circulation by working the lungs to their utmost capacity. Any person who has I force of will enough to concentrate his whole attention on the maintenance ...

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CELESTIAL MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

CELESTIAL MOTION. The Eliential mid Kverlnnting Condition of the I'nivcme. Tho view of the cloudless and moonless firmament on a dark clear night, when tho whole vast black arch seems tremulous with tho scintillations of 8,000 stars, i.s always overwhelming to one who gazes steadily at the sublime picture am! yields himself up to tho train of reflection which it suggests. Hut tho night scene grows doubly interesting when it is knownto be all in motion—not only a movement of the whole expanse, but an individual motion of each separate point of light. Suppose the universe were stationary, how would it appear? Let us see. Tho motionless earth would forever have one side turned toward tho blazing, motionless sun and tho other in perpetual night. There would be no rising and setting of the sun and no rising and setting of the stars. Tho silent, mighty procession of the skies would be ended and tho heavens would be dead. The condition would be unendurable to human beings, if there were an...

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The Solitude of Sleep. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

The Solitude of Sleep. Sock some spot where no foot of man has trod. Thero tho wild bird gives you shrill, sweot greeting and tUo cheery insect vibrates in its hidden nook with a murmur of conipanship. Forsake humanity as far as may bo and the echo of the great pulsating machinery, of which, oven against your will, you aro a part, will never leave yon. You may be lonely—lonely in tho heari of a crowd. You may in tho circle round the lireaido, in tho busy streets, in groat assemblies or friendly gatherings, feel yourself utterly alono. That is a different thing; it is loneliness, not solitude. Life has no solitude save the strange, sweet solitude of sleep. For it is only in the sleep world, go Sphinx like in its roservo, so grave like in Itl absoluto silence, so death liko in its completo separation, that wo go away off by oursdvos, leaving even our nearest companion, this dearly cherished body of ours, and wandering, who knows where? — Charleston (S. C.) | News.

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Not Much of a Fool After All. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

Not Much of a Fool After All. Sam Wednesday, an impecunious citizen of Austin was suppose 1 to bo crazy, and his relatives brought him before tho. County Court to havo a lunatico dc inquiremlo jury pass on his mental condition, his delusion being that he waa very rich. A lawyer proceeded to ask tho crazy man questions to tast his sanity. "I hear you are going to build a $50,000 residence." -It Is going to cost SCO.OOO." "You don't say so." "Yes, and 1 am going to start a daily paper with $250,000 capital. That's a fiaero trilte for a man of my means. ' "You seem to have so much money, perhaps you would not object to lending me a thousand dollars?' 1 •Td llko to do it, Jinigo, but that would bo such a risky investment, everybody would suspect mo of being crazy."' The refusal of the supposed lunatic to seridnslv <?ntprtr.in the idea of lending money to an Austin lawyer, caused the jury to decide that Sain Wat in full possession of his mental faculties. —2'c.cus Hij'tin&...

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THE EPIDEMIC OF CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

THE EPIDEMIC OF CRIME. Whence comes this epidemic of suicides and murders 7 Recent discussions have named several causes. Hon. C. 11. Reeve, of Indiana, charges it to infidel —holding that hopelessness of a future stak 1 cripples fortitude for bearing life's ills. Another declares suffering from the universal business depression the.cause. A third writer atti ionics it to increasing insanity, a physician thinks much of the tendency in inherited, while temperance advocates lay the responsibility upon strum,' drink. Free-thinkers have committed suicide, but so have oithodox churchmen. Financial straits have beset many, but the wealthy have also taken their life. Insanity and dissipation have preceded suicides and family murders. One feature common to almost every such crime challenges attention. Well nigh every report of suicide and family murder mentions the perpetrator a.s having "for some time been subject to melancholy." Whence comes this? All recognized medical authorities tell U...

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A POPULAR SUPERSTITION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

A POPULAR SUPERSTITION. The Happy Agriculturist! of the L,on« MM state. A popular superstition has prevailed in all ages, to the effect that the typical fanner harvests more solid joy and happiness to tho acre than any other class of agriculturists who toil in tho Lord's moral vineyard. After mature deliberation we have come to the conclusion that the avcrago Texas farmer,' at least, sutlers as much from the canker-worm of caro as does the man who "rastles his hash" in the tawy haunts of men. Some years ago, while engaged as a local reporter on the Kan Antonio Bugle, we knew a hardy agriculturist who tilled the soil on tho Rosillo Creek about ten miles from the Alamo city, the Thermopylae of Texas. Ilis name was Macbeth Simmons. He did not come to town often, but when ha did the. black pall of gloom settled down on the place worse than it did the day after the fall of the Alamo. He camo to town on an old llea-bitten gray mare, so thin and gaunt, and suggestive of an impending famine...

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MARY AND JOHN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

MARY AND JOHN. An Incident of » Thunder Storiu In Ifct Jlotmliiinn of Tennessee. There was a terrible thunder Itortr coming up, ntui a thunder t'torin among the mountains of Tenno means much to tli ■• traveler over the narrow and winding roads, each or.( full of pf/S*.. from falling rock or rush ing water. It was growing dusky, too. and in tho gloom and tho hurry i-j reach shelter I camo near riding ovpr a woman who WM oomlng down* t'.ie road at a run. She loreatnod ami jumped aside, and as sho stood for n moment I called out: "Tho storm will be hare in ton minutes. Run for the house." For an instant I caught sight of :i white face under a sunbonuet. The eyes were wild, the teeth set hard, am! I thought of a maniac. It was only for an instant, and then a flash of lightDing set the horse oil' at full gallop. He ran for halt a mile as if frightened for his life, turned to tho right and leaped a fence, and as he halted at I lie door of a cabin a voice shouted in my ear: "Git down and c...

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AN “HONORABLE” LAD. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

AN “HONORABLE” LAD. II« Drew the Line tit rersonul Honor—A Wild Wi'Nli-m Incident. It is extremely refreshing lo notice tho lino sonso of honor possessed by somo of the rising generation in Virginia City. Last evening two youths, each aged about fourteen, m^t on <J street, when tho following dialogue took place: " 1 say, Bill, yon got my knife." "Xo.'l ain't/' " 'l'on your wordf " 'l'on mo wor.!." " Ton your soul!'" " Ton mo soul?" '•Hope you may din if yo-i have?" " llopo I may die if I have." " You ain't got my knife?' 1 " I ain't got your knife." The querist seemed to be still inercdnloui, but was on the point of giving it up in despair, when a bright idea occurred to him, and ho returned, to tho attack with: '• 'Ton your honor?" "Oh," said tho other, "now you touch me honor, tako your danged old knife," and he handed tlio uitieio over. "Well done. Hill," said his chum; "I allus knowed you was a honorable chap.''— Virginia Chronicle. —A writer In Harper's Bazar says th...

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SCHOOL AND CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

SCHOOL AND CHURCH. —Though the Hawaiian people have been partially converted to the Protestant religion, they still are mipentitious, .and c:\ll upon their gods anil goddflue* to help them in any peat trouble. — Bowdoin'a new President la only six years out of college, and three yean from graduation at tho theological seminary. Bat if youth is an objection to a man for such ' a responsible position, it is one that he is constantly correcting,—Boston Poet. —It is stated that the women of tho Indian Presbytery of Dakota have contributed more for the missionary fund than all the other Presbyteries is tho Territory together. Tliis is a good showing for the religious zeal of the tawny Sinter.—Chicago Times. —P. T. Barnnm hat erected a fine fire-proof building for Tint's College at Brldgepoi , Conn., which will be known a,s "Tho Barnum Museum of National History." lie has also promised the college the skin and skeleton of Jumbo when ho dies.— Hartford Oourant. —According to President Seol...

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PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. —There are eighty-two glue factories in this country, and the price of gumdrops is kept within tho means or tho poorest citizon. —Nothing is vainer in Naturo than the slim man who lias suddenly grown fat, unless it be the elderly matron who has just been mistaken for her daughter. — Boston Post. —Summer joy: A Blender waist, just lltfhtly elaspcii, As up tho scontod lauo tuoy stroll; A small, white hand, Just lightly grasped, Two hoods bonoatu ouo parasoll — Button Courier. —An lowa girl has an album in which she keeps pictures of all tho young men who have flirted with her without coming to this point. Sho calls it her rogues" gallery.— Chicago Tribune. —The face value of all the money in tho world is said to bo $050,000,000,000, We can't help wondering sometimes just how many people tho other $549,---999,099,998.2il is dividod among.— Louisville Journal. —A book on otiquotte adriscs: "Never intorriipt any conversation, but wait patiently until your turn comes t...

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CAN BRIGHT'S DISEASE BE CURED ? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

CAN BRIGHT'S DISEASE BE CURED ? Mr, Geo. \V. Edwards i« n well-known I'hiladolphian, now in micldlo life, 1 /atlicr was one of the moat public spirited men of the Quakor City, and did much to improve the place l>y tho erection <if a. number of hoteli and other ooetly edifices. Mr. Edward', Br., died about twenty years ago of J'.iight's Din•mo, and so diil liin wife. 'I'ho present Mr. Kdward* thus inherited the disease and at an early period In Ih's lifo became . pi confirmed invalid with but little hope of recovery. A gentleman onnneoted with tho prose, who was threiitcned with tho Hune disease and hail heard of Mr, Bdwarde' recovery, recently nailed upon him and give* tho following account of his interview: To tho question if he had raally been as great a sufferer as represented, Mr. Kdwards replied: "Yes, L hail Briffht's Uiisaae. My father and mother died with it. Bo did two <.f my brothers. It caino ti> mo slowly. I pawed much albumen ...

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“THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND IS MAN.” [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

“THE PROPER STUDY OF MANKIND IS MAN.” .•■•ays thollllußtrlom Pope, if he had Included woman in the lilt, he would have been nearer tho truth, if notsopoetloal. Dr. lv. V. l'ieice has made them both a life study, especially n, ;unl the peculiar derangements to which hfr delicate Hystom in liable, Many women In tii land who ars acquainted with Dr. Pierce only through hi* "Favorite nre■criptlon," blnw him with all their hearts, for he haa brought them the panacea for all their ohronio aliments peonliai t" their sex; such ai leuoarrhoea, prolapsus and other displacement*, oloeratlon, "internal fever." bloating, tendency to Internal canoer, and other aiimi Dtl, lYico reduced to one dollar. By druggisti. __ Kent's store at Newhall was broken into recently and 11,000 worth of goods stolen.

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THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS Is oomprlsed In one very simple piece of advise, Improve digentlon. No elaborate system of dietetics Is needed. If you lack vigor, use systematically that pleasant promoter of it, 1 lostetter'a Stomach Bitter*, if you tako this liiiit, and do not Commit any excesses, there iH no reason why you should not gain in strength, appetite "and weight IW.U of whilom invalids nrn t&amp;lt;&amp;gt; day building a foundation for year* of vigorous health with this sound ami thorough renovator of a dilapidated physique and failing energy. Dyspepsia is eradli ated by it, and the constitution fortified agttinst disordera to which, if it were exposed, it must surely succumb—-notably malarial fever. Rheumatism, inactivity of tho kidneys and bladder, nervownesi, and their various symptoms, disappear when it used with persistency, not abandoned after n brief aad irrceular trial. Tlie cannery at Santu Bom, unable to obtain a Hiipply &amp;lt;if ckiih, huihut down.<...

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DROP-LEAF TABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 10 September 1885

DROP-LEAF TABLES. There i^ nothing inoro convenient than tho olil-fushioiioii drop-leaf tables, hard wood, good and cheap .it tho California l''urnituro Company, T2O to -226 Buth street Ban i'ranoisou, Spontaneous combustion destroyed tho icehouse, at lfod Jiluft' laHt week. ► •« CATARKll—ANcwTreatment has boon discovered whereby a permanent cure iscCfoctuil in from oiw to three a;&amp;gt;] licatli:&amp;gt;no. Particular! anil tioatisu (reo on rtceliit of statnp A. 11. Dixo.n &amp;amp; Son, 305 King street west, Toronto, Can. A brldjre oarnM tho Stanislaus river near Kipoii, is to cost 18,890.

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