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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 17 September 1885

Men Think they know alt about Mustang Liniment. Few do. Not to know is not to have. r •:■■ ; . Hfi A W f^PM BUSINESS |1 II I 1 9 U COLLEGE, BGIIIHBBInw IP Circular. PIANOS, ORG NS, ETC. HAZELTON PIANOS. lifiSU: lust (lass in «Tory respect. Kaay]n»tullraentM. Send for (iitulogoe, <'IIAN. H. l.\ ««.\. 735 Mai'Jcot Htreet. 8»n l''raneisoo. «t ciuui aw "inrA«ic!ii a HA<jti O I W t\ l.«al'lur,Ko.!iii>.li Pianos; l'.urd< Organs, band instniinenta Largest stork o' Bjit>i» Muuic and Books. Bauds supplied at Rastern iiricen f M. GRAY. 806 Poat Htreet. San r'rancli-xv The I3nAiNEttD & ARMSTRONG! Co. MAS't'FACTfRR , -V- , EMBROIDERY SILKI and, liaving no office in Oaliforuia. we will (lointroUuceoiir goods) Bend liny ordur by muil, post-paid, upon receipt of price. 25 Bkeini, uwsorted colors, for 16c.' 1 Box factory ends, uuaorted colorx, (f qual to li:0 nkoiiiH> _ 40c. Money rufundod if not satisfactory. • *;- -'. O...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

The Sausalito News. NO. 33. VOL. I. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24,1886.

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THE STORY TELLER [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

THE STORY TELLER

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MOTHER'S OLD HYMN. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

MOTHER'S OLD HYMN. Tbrouata tlio trembling (olds ol the twillyht dim 1 can licnrtlic strain of tlnit grand Old hymn VVlilcli mother, whoso bear! la now still and cold, Saii{{ iiinitlst her cards In thediiyn of old. J ****** There wm something about It, undefined, 1 That cbarmed into quiet t lie troubled mind. O'er tbe bleak heart* breathed wltli v si>irit bland, I.lke ii warm south wind o'er a frozen land. And crowning it all with a strange, deep clionl, | Mke the throb of the heart of the blessed Lord, That RliPd thronxli the fainting tonl Abroad a sense ol tho pitying love ol Ciod. The .sonxs of the alngarii that [nine has - crowned In (he Ilooil of the \rur- are lost nml drowned; lint mother's old hymn, every pause and love, With tho urowtll of tlino lIM tho sweeter groun. ,**»«'• And It «oem» not OOt Of tho past to come— An ecllO only of lips that are dumh - Hut down from the home or tin glorified It lim nlways come sliu-o tin da) »lio died, We know not the music that...

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THE BLOODY MARK. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

THE BLOODY MARK. A Plain, Unvarnished Story of Romarkablo Events. In an ago when sclentliio men are | beginning to recognizo tlio fa«;t thai tlicrii ai'o certain forces, wliioh, under certain uaunlal cotjdit'otHJ mauifest tlicinselv<:s by phenotnouu h thorto nnl'ficogiii/.cil ur icornod ft* (ho result of successful Irnpostura :i talo partaking of lilt' luwvoloiH -,! mild lifi'il 110 il|)(>logy. sucli tali**, hotird nt ieoond hand. h;uo hltliprto only served lo create ■ pleasant horror. No elelUfiil of truth lIM been ascribed to thorn; thoj are forgotten v soon us heard. Perhapa the story <>f an eyew.tnrss may help people to understand that in this nommohplaoe, work-a-day world itrangu thing-) nve happening, and that the rail which Ulvldtw tho seen and the nnneen Ii \'<tv si <rlii and unsubstantial. There will be no need ot craftily worded description. Tho plain, unvarnished story Ii strange enough. -\'-' •'■'•'• Tho s...

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HOME-MADE ELECTRICITY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

HOME-MADE ELECTRICITY. Tin- InvimliotiH Will. Ii At* llfvoliitioululllg lliiMHi'ltoM I ionill'l. We can not allow another week to go by without calling the attention of all those who are interested in the appll [ration of electric light to thl dwellings of every day people to the beautiful portable table lamps just completed and .exhibited for the Oral lime i : the Eastern Arcade which seems to have solved the difficulty over which eleetri- I clans have been breaking their heads for SOBM time past in a manner so «im- j pie and so complete that the question arises, :is it often does when a ditlieulty is finally solved, why did no one think lot' it before P And yet it has taken three years of hard and continuous work to biinjr to its present perfection a lamp which is Within reach of any ordinary home, and which after the lirst e.xpense OOStl the very moderate sum of two cents an hour to burn, while it has all the brilliancy and softness of the best Incandescent lights. The difficulti...

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CREMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

CREMATION. unit DMOTlptlon of tlie l'r€>ri-8« of li-ln- •■ration-—A New York Cramatory, i.'.eeting the liov. J. 1). Hengless, •':<• .iil.-iit <>f the United States Cremation Company, the other day, 1 asked h m whal progress that concern was making. " We have met with considerable delay on account of the falling of the nnlinished walls of our crematorium during a violent storm last winter," he said, "but we are going on. Our building is near the .Mount Olivet (Vine ier , in the outskirts of Brooklyn. When finished, ll will be a handsome tWO-StOry marble -Iruclure. The fronl part will contain the ollices, etc. A funeral party will pass through to a lav c hall or chapel in the rear, where tho coffin will be placed in acata'ai v ■, ami funeral rervicei will be held. While the compauv are In the chap-I and tbfl services going on. the coll'm wiil be noiselessly and out of sight lowered through the floor Into th I I n ini*iii and Incinerated." "W...

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FORETELLING THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

FORETELLING THE WEATHER. How nu Olil IwlltSl "t Brooklyn It. i.l< Hi.- SlK"» •■■ lli<- Air. The sky was almost dark last alghl about eight o'clock, although slurs could bo -ecn. Looking down Fulton street, a black hori/on in the West, black as ink, aud of that character which the country good-wife is apt lo describe "as heavy as lead," appeared above the house-tops. Manager Kdwin Knowles, of the <irand Opera House. who had been talking with a I'iiiuu reporter, asked if the inky color of Ihe sky in the west so soon after the sink n^ of Ihe sun meant rain. The a.i-wer, for obvious reasons, vvas rather c uivocal. An old man, with bent, shoulders and uncertain Step, also gazed nt the sky just then. "There's a sign of a storm not far oil', but we'll have a cool and then a murky spell before It comes," said the old man. "I ant much now ou tore telling the weather," he added, "but I used to bl good on it. The fact of tho matter in, I Studied it. My name is ...

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Not a Regular. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

Not a Regular. First doctor— Do you know lam beginning to suspect SlitherN? Second doctor— You surpri.se me. Hi seems to be quite a gentleman. First doctor—Oh, certainly; but i mean— well, I hsfte to say it, but I suspeel he is not a regular practitioner. Second doctor— You horrify me! First doctor—ln fact, I feel certain ol it. Second doctor—Upon what do you base your opinion? First doctor—Upon facts, sir, facts. All his patients recover.— Fkiladtlphia Call.

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ACCIDENTS THAT ARE COSTLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

ACCIDENTS THAT ARE COSTLY. Tin- i:«(i.-ihh Tliat Kttllroailt Are l'ut tv by I-:*, ii tliu Xiiil Or.Unary Accident*. "You occasionally boar people linci fault beOMM managed of railroad* do not prevent accidents," said a railroad man in Jewey City tho other day. '• There may Ih 1 hears among railroad owoen who rejoice in wrecking railroad* that they do not own, but to the (iractical ra'lroader a train wreck la a >ig lorn directly, beaidei the loss in prestige which follows." "Is the rolling stouk so costly?" "Yes, a'froiglit train lor instance, that rolls down an embankment, where half of It is burned will give you a good idea of tho lorn. The average engine is w.irth $7,000. A common freight car is worth $A7!>, or perhaps $500. The ordinary gondolas arc worth from $400 to $42. T. An engine is rarely ruined beyond repair, but a wreck cau knock 98,000 out of it just as easy as rolling oil" a log. A burned car i- a ruined car, of course, and repairs on those that a...

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SOME FIGURES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

SOME FIGURES. Calculations Shuwiiiß That the WorM I> I ho l|priliig.> <>r tho CMMMIM) Among the little-noticed but most Important facts in the history of tii ■ world It the raormom reoeni Inorew • of the number of white men in it. It is barely tWO centuries (His.",) lloco those races, though ere* then the mo»t energetic of mankind, formed but n .small traction In the total of humanity probably teu pn cent, of the whole — and wen' b] mi means certain that they could defend themselves again*! the remainder. The white races in and out of Europe, nnder the influence of torno still mysterious cull upon their energies, have multiplied nearly threefold, and nre to-day, as Mr. K. Otflen has shown in his recent addreM to tho Statistical Society. 420,000,000. As there is nu evidence of any cur responding Increase in the dark races, and as, Indeed, such increase has been, outside India, nearly Impossible, the white men are now, by the best calculatio...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

DR. WM, JENNINBSON, pnysiolan, SAUSALITO, OAL. BAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. Agotitß for all the San Francisco Dailies, —AND General Publications of the United States I keep ou hand a Stock of Statiouery nod General Supplies of tbut description. Mtore in r«utottt<se Building. . -• , Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. ~ J. LOHXAN ' Elt It I'll X rHIHT-l'MiM Saloon and Eeoreation Rooms. BKST or Wines, Liquors and Cigars. POOL TABLE, OARD BOOMS And oth«r Attractions. " Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - OAL. PIONEER BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO. ■ • - Cal. ..A I.AIKiK VAIUFTY OK SI'I.KNDIi). . Wbitehall, Fishing and Hu.ntinu Boats. i'he lur«o hikl oowtorUbl* I'liiuger, MERMAID iiiK Uroiinds. Bportsinen and Fleabiire Seekers wijl lin.ll {Mil the mart compete M?»tin« and FUliing E»t«btwhniont in the vicinity ol Ban Kranci.co. A lari>e at-sortment of Fishing Poles, Pißhing Tackle, Hooks, Smkers, Bait, Etc., Etc.. Constantly on hand. TERMS MODERATE. ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

BIAS. & SUVA, — DFALEIIS Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, .A.nd Cigars. Etf Wo can compote v.ith city firms in prioo3 aud quality of goods. DIAS & SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, SniiMiililo - - €al. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horae?, Etc., Furnished v.i Heaswiialjle Hatos. Eipressßunto all points in Sausalito Dealer in Wood and Coal. WATEU ST., SAUHALITO. GEO. SMITH - -Prop. ___ r John Broderick, ."."."DEALER 1N.... General Merchandise. o COMPLETE LINE Of Family Groceries, Wines. Liquors and Cigars uhvay* on hand. FAMILIES SUPPLIED "WITH IXJRE MILK. o John Bkodemck, Caledonia and Tnrney Sts., SArsALrro •-■- - *' AL> __^ TAMALPAIS STABLE. Teams, ~~ Saddle Horses, Etc., Me, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. We h«»a wTaral large OAIIRYALI.S, and ca. off.r ape 1.1 faoilitlea to JMoulo Paitiea. Our Htock I. equal to any tv th. State. Ol.e ua a»ll. MANSEBO & CORDOZA, Proprietors, ADJOINIMU ItAILKOAI) WHAIU\ WA''TO ' tAL bsllhtjde's T...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

I*<i;,y<»amv ifl still spro'uiing throughout the llocky Mountain B-e<*ion. There are tin Mormons in the Legislature of Idaho. Arizona is gradually filling np with Mormon se&era. Morm >:i converts rom Europo continne to arrive on «alir ost every steuner. Wlut is tho V+cieral'Governincnt doing to check •iV.ygamy, or destroy tlie system? Virtmdfy 'nothing. At the open■itttt ol lisvary Congressional session there is lou.l talk of doiag something moment.ms. The ne\v«p ip ira .lire a brdadside at tho Mormon hier-•-,arcliy;-"religious societies pass the proper-kind «f. Congrcs:iri'en make promises to constituents; n slightsripjiteof excitement pa3sw -over Utah, andtheii every thing I pottles buck to its tVm -r dead level. 'i.l'lte-CA'll iremain? undistarhoJ, to f-to-slowly develop, and to become •■more Menacing, as has bsen rep?at-♦^Jdly-evidenced. The impression has i=lo ,g prevailed that there is a good 'Teason for Congressional apa...

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REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

REAL ESTATE. David W. Dovthill to Lovell White --- 647.50 acres in Sansalito Rancho, $5. Chas. Roberts to Henry Blais — Lot on Blark street, San Rafael. $500.

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GREATEST THINGS ON EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

GREATEST THINGS ON EARTH. Tub highest rnngo of mountains is the Himalayas, the mean ek-vntion being estimated at from 1(3,000 to LS.OOO feet. TrtE loftiest moimtain is Mount Everest or GuarLsanker, of the Himalaya range, having an elevation of 20,002 feet above the so* level. Tin; larfrest theater is the new Opera HciUM in Palis. It covers nearlj three ncres of gnmnJ. Its cubic mass is 4.---287,000 L-t, It oojt about 100,000,0J0 fran -'s. Tiik largest suspension luidgo will t>e the one now building between New York and Brooklyn. Tho length of the main 6pan is L 693 feet (> innhas ; the eutiro length of tho bridge, 5,983 feet. Tim loftiest active volcano is Popocatapetl—"smoking monntain" —thiriy-rivs wiles southwest of Pueblo, Mexico. It is 17,7 M feet above tho sea level, and has a crater three miles in circuniferenco and 1,000 fwt deep. Thi largest island in the world, which is nlso regarded ns a continent, is Anstndia. It is 3,60 ) miles iv length from east ...

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A MlttOUrlAU'f lieflectioil. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

A MlttOUrlAU'f lieflectioil. Mr*. v Laura Dainty vh reading, out .v Missouri,' aud at ouo of the receptions which frequently follow her rea.linga a gentleman \va<3 present who wa*able to talk horso very fluently, but couldu't talk anything elso. Not bein; able to talk muoh horse, the little lad; was puzzled how to entertain this guest, until he casually mentioned that he formerly lived in a Michigan city, "Oh, ye 3," klio exclaimed, "I read there a lev/ evoniugs ago undhad a most rthormißg nudience." Then tihe added, •'They have a fluo coime there." And he, delighted to find a woman vihtknew something, enthusiastically replied: > " Yes, they have as nice a mile trael I as there is i;i tho State." Hw subsequent science cast a gloom over tlio eutiro community.— Hawkey*.

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Asironomicnl rnnics. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

Asironomicnl rnnics. An article under tho above caption in the. Popular Science Monthly relates incidents of tho most thrilling character whirl; occurred iti ancient timos, fchowing how showers of raoteoric mid explosive stows alarmed tho in* haliitanta of lndi:i into worship of tho TOi-k-i which they thought hail been thrown by tlieir offended deities in tho Himalaya .nounhiins ; and how, in later and civi ized periods, such phenomena as tho ar.rori boreal is, to'ul eclipses, comet* mil fnetoorio shower* were viewed na miraculous displ ivs (f divine jKiavr r.uil na forerunners of impending disastors, If, n\v» Mr. Divnicl Kirkwood, tho wiitev <>f tho article, "panics of thi-i lint are have cea*od| Ilia fuct is duo to tho ovrr-advnucing laws of physical science." " On* of tho most noted eclipses in history is that fworded by ■ ncrn<lfltiu, wUioli oc i!ir>d 583 yanM iinfuro Christ. It put an et:d to tho war between tlio Jledes r.nd Syrian*. ...

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