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MR. RUSKIN'S LATEST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

MR. RUSKIN'S LATEST. A Wril.-r Who Will Not Ite Popular With the Children of the Well-to-do. In future, we should say, Mr. Ruskin will not be particularly popular witli the children of those who are well-to-do, to judge from a letter he has been writing. "The father," he says, "should never provide for his children. He should educate and maintain them to the very best of his power till they are of mature age." Then, "when they are strong enough, throw them out of the nest, :is the bird dons." "No fortune" should be "left to them." The "nest" should always be at their disposal— "father's house open, says Mr. Ruskin —but "nothing more." Air. Ruskin does not say what he means by "mature age," so that we are left to lix the period of maturity for ourselves. (Some would place it at one time, tOSM at another. And, moreover, Mr. Ruskin does not tell us what is to become of the property which would, in ordinary QOUrse, bo handed over by a father to bis children, if he had it to hand over. I...

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lOiiuu^o iicruiti.i [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

lOiiuu^o iicruiti.i An interesting discovery has lately been made at fiidon. i-oine natives who were excavating for stone, after pene--1 rating through the alluvial soil, dug through a deposit of blown sand six - .neiers in depth, below which they found a btratuin of earth containing l.int and itone implements, fragments ; of coarse rod pottery and other objocts, among which a clay whistle may be notod. li ia clear, therefore, that the J'ljoeniciiin city of Bidon was preceded by an older settlement, whose inhabitants were still in the stone ajje.

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"HOW'S YOUR LIVER ?" [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

"HOW'S YOUR LIVER ?" In the comic opera of "The Mikado" bis imperial highness says: "To make, t<> some extent. Kueli evil Liver A running river of lnuiiiloss merriment." A nobler task than making evil livers, rivers of harmless merriment no person, king of layman] could take upon himself. The liver among the ancients was consideied tbe source of all a man's evil impulses, and the chances are ten to one to-day that if one's liver is in an ugly condition of discontent, someone's head will be mashed before night' "How's your liver?" is equivalent to the inquiry: Are you a bear or an nngei to-day ? Nine-tenths of the "pure-cussednesa," j the actions for divorce, the curtain lectures, the family rows, not to speak of murders, climes and other calamities are prompted by the irritating effect of the inactivity of the liver upon the brain. Fothergill, tbe great specialist, says this and he knows. Fie also knows thai to prevent such catastfophies nothing equals Warner's...

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

HUMOROUS. —St. Louis husbands never box their wives' ears. It would tako too much lumber. The author of the foregoing resides in Chicago. — Thr. Jlatche/. —Fate of the Dairy-maid: The dairy-nmid pensively milked the (foat, And, pouttnir, ihs paused to mutter: " I wish, you brute, jrou would turn to milk:" And the anlniHl turned to butt her. — "Oh! was it I, or was it you?" asks the golden-haired poet, Nora Perry. Jt Xora will refrain from making a noise, perhaps betwecu us we can shove it on to the proof-readsr.— Buffalo Express. —A new company is being started in Boston, entitled "The American Clean Towel Company." The printing office towel needs not the aid of a company. It can stand alone. — Walerbury American. "—Passenger—"Captain, how far are we from land?" Captain—"About two miles." Passenger —"But I can't see it. In what direction is it?" -Captain — "Straight down,' sir." — llurprr's Bazar. —A writer asserts that unless a boy has some natural ability nothing can make him smar...

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In The Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

In The Garden. lie—You'll get cold, but it was so nice of you to meet mo here. Bhs I said I would, and 1 did, but, as you remarked, it really is quite cold for this season of the year. He— Did 1 say it was cold? Ah (trying to get o!V :i pretty speach), how OOttld 1 call it cold where you are!' she-But. it is cold (tenderly), now don'l you think the fog will hurt you? lie Not while you ,-ire iiere. Let us ■14 doWB here |M h;t\ c a talk. She—Q, not in this log. Now I really think it wrong of you to remain out in the cold. lie-(Wondering why she don't ask him in) —Well, if you think so-and it is so nice of you to be so considerate Small brother (from our best parlor) —-Mamie, Mr. Marred lays he'll go if you don't come in, an' he says you v«i a pretty way of entertaining your company. S«>i Frann'sco Xt.h-.s-J.eltcr. —There are several accounts of the origin of tho name ' Knierald l-!e" for Ireland, but that which seems to have the weight of evidence on its side is the claim o...

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

Flax. A remarkable instance of the waste of a valuable product is afforded by the taol that out of 85,880 tons of Max fibre grown last year iv the United States Only (i.li) tons were utilised for inanu- \ facture. At the .same time 6,000 lons j of fibre are Imported yearly. This ' wale, no doubt, occurs because farm I er.s have given more attention to growing seed than to the fibre. Seed and fibre cannot be grown together. For seed, thin sowin;: and stout stalks are required) ami tbla produces coarse fibre; , for tine fibre, thick sowing and slender ■talkl with few side shoots are desired: i moreover, for tho Una silky ninv tho stalks a™ uul befovo tho ued is rlpa, Tho rlpo itnlkli however, are exceedingly vnluablo for twine, but unfortunately this Hbre i« driven out of use by a substitute made out of paper.—-iV.JI. Times.

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HAD MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

HAD MONEY. How Prosperity After!* the Average Coloreil Man. ;»-, "I 'spizes tor see ci" man, 'ease he'd got money, think hisse'f better'n uder folks," said old Martin Smith, tho shuekeollar maker, addressing a prominent citizen. "What's thu matter; some man thinking himself belter than you are?" "Yas. sah, dat blamed Tony Sevier, whut runs de gin down on de Haywood place, paused me jes' now an bill up his head like one o' dese heah crab apple sho.its. He wouldn' speak ter me. Reckon he's dun forgot de time when he chopped wood dowu in de swamp. He wva er powerfid fren'ly man iv detu times." '•What's tho matter with him now?" "Oh, he's got money, sah, an" is too proud ter speak ter er po 1 man. like niyse'f is. l'so gwine ter iigger er roun' an' see ef I kain' hab him turned outen de church, an' l'so got de Bible on my .side, 'ea.se it say er rich man an' er camel kain't go ter Heaben nohow. When I had money I didn' hoi' myse'f erbove uder folks. <), sah, I tuck ebery 'tun...

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GERMAN DOMESTIC LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

GERMAN DOMESTIC LIFE. IVruMarltleg or Household Work in the KttUcr'* Dominion*. The domestic machinery of the (!erruons ia much simpler than ours, and in many respects more economical and practical. One truth is soon made apparent to the stranger; that is, that economy is a necessity in (icrmnny. In a family nt teven there is usually but one servant. She rjtes at live, makes the kitchen fire, washes the floor, and puts her own room in order. At six tho baker conies, then the man with milk and butter (the German! never put salt in their butter, so they buy it fresh every morning). The children are awakened and the maid helps them to dress, then makes the coffee and serves it. lirst to the older children, who are obliged to be off for school at 6.:W in summer and seven in winter. This done, in our family, the maid puts my sitting-room in order, washing the floor, dusting the furniture, mill shaking the rugs. At seven we have coffee, and by 7:30 I am ready to begin my work. After the r...

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ALMOST INCREDIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

ALMOST INCREDIBLE. And yet the following relation is true In every particular and c.in be verified by any one who dtvirei to do so: Mr, Win. H. Whitely is widely known to the wholeMtlti dry gnudl trade in ih s Ounntry for his long and i.t'Li\t^ connection with the silk and wonted mills of Duvbv, Pa., near Philadelphia, lie is a gontlemau in middle life, <n lobust health, actively attending to business mid enjoying the comforts of his elegant rural borne. No one would suppose, from his appearance, that lor long years he v, a«n martyr to that most distressing disease, sciatic moralgia. By what means ho was restored from an almost helpless condition to sound health, is the story we have to present and we will let Mr. Whitely tell it himself. . "I enjoy good health' 1 said he to a press reporter who had heard of his case and called upon him to make Inquiry about it, "until about fourteen years ago, when one dark winter's night 1 fell into an excavation made for a culvert. Wit...

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A STRONG LAW FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

A STRONG LAW FIRM. W. ('. Burnett aud Columbus Uartlett have formed a Law I'aitnership and constitute our of the strongest law firms In Sim Francisco. They are both old resident* of the city and are well known for their legal ability and auoOffM en lawyers. Mr, Burnett served the city for nine years with marked ability, as City and County Attorney. Mr. Uartlett has been in the successful practice of his profession in S.m Francisco f>r twenty-five years. He was nominated by the Itepublicans in 1882 ns a candidate for .lud«e of the Superior Court; I.ut notwithstanding his well kuo4vn ability, the Demociatic cy.loneof that year caused his defeat. Mr. liartlott served one t Tin in the St:tte Senate with marked distinction. Parties intrusting their law biwinesa to Burnett & Murtlett may be sure that their interests will lie carefully looked after. A couple of Napa hunters hftv« been fined -SSO for killing a fawn, contrary to law.

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THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

THE ART OF GETTING VIGOROUS Ih comprised in one very simple piece of ndvise, improve digestion. No elaborate HyHtein of dictetice in needed. If you lack vigor, use systematically that plemmnt promoter of it; Hoatetter'a Stomach Hitter*. If you take tliix hint, and do not commit any iOtOMMI, there U mi reason why you should not gain in strength, appi'tite and weight. Hosts of win lon. invalids are to-day building a foundation fur years of vigorous health with this hchih! and thorough renovator of a dilapidated physiquo Mid failing energy. Uyspe|«ia is eradicated by it, and the coiiHtitutiou fortified against disorders to which, if it were exposed, it must surely Buccumb —notably malarial fever, liheuinatiam, inactivity of the kidneys and Madder, nervousness, and their various symptoms, disappear when it is uxeil with persistency, not abanoiied after a brief and irregular trial. The first hiiow of the season fell on the Wasatch Kange at Salt Lake last week. CATAKRH-A New Treatment lia...

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RATTAN FURNITURE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

RATTAN FURNITURE. All kiinls of furniture made from rattan may 1* Keen at the California Furniture Company, Nos. 220 to 22(5 iiush street, Sun Francisco. Thin style of fiu-nitim- U very pretty and is also ilurable. Sol.-mii county fruit i:io\m-i-h will ship a total of !MM) cailoa<ls of fruit East this neaunn. For the cure of a coiifrh in- Bore throat, "llrovm't Bronchial Truehei" are a .simple vemeily. --9— Try (M-mina fm l!rej>kfast '• '

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

Vj IT* S Si?!!©?: For Clkan'sino tiik SKIS anil Scalp of llirtli IIllnioi", i.ii- ullavitiff Itching, Burning and JnUanimation, (or owing the llrst v,Yni}itomn vi (emit, I'MoriMb, Milk CrUlt, Stall Iluitil, lornfula, mhl other Inherited akin and blood ilisuai-es, I'itici'ka, the great Skin Cure, urn) Ci'ticika Soap, an exquisite Skin Ueautiflei', extenmllv, and Cctiitka Krholvp.nt, the new lilood rnriticr, intenially, are infallible. Ab»iliitih puro. Suiil everywhere, l'rice, I'itiii ha, 50C.; SciM' 2BC. i HKHIII.VKN'T, 11. I'OTTFH I)KI'U ANU I OHDncALCa, Boston. ! m,Nend lor "How to Cure Bkln dlheaseii." PINKEYE. j jX _{F —Hi '^X It^mtftf^t A Remarkable Cnre of a Hor««, In I In- full of ICH 1 bad v viiluabln liur»ctnken with tin) pinkeyp. remiltinK in blood pKisonj After iiinu inonthß of (lootorinK with all the ii'imditw to bo found in home books, 1 iluKpuircul of ii cure. His right hind h-u wuh iui Inrge us a iiiuii'n body, and bud on it over forty rUDoing llmuu a moat pitiable lo...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

PILES! riLES! PILFB! A BUIU-: COBK I'OUNJJ Ai IiAHT I NO ONE NFED SUFFER A mire cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itchiiij? and Dlctrated Piles has been dltßovwed by Dr. Wllliami, (an Indian Remedy,] called i Dr. Willlailw' Indian i'ilo Ointment A single box has OUred the worst chronic OfWei of 25 or 30 yean 1 standing. No onu neod sulfer five : minutes afti r applying tliisi wonderful sootli Ing medicine. J-otii'iis. iiiutrtiiin-ut-i and elec tuaries do moro harm than ROod. VVilHami' Indian I'ilo Ointment absorb* the tumora, i allays tho intiMi.so itcliiu/, (pai tieularly »t I niglit after getting warm in bed) aetH as a ' poultice, gives instant relief, mid is propared ! only for piles, itching of tlie private parts, and j for nothing elso. Kf.id what the Hon. J. M. Cofflnberry, of ' Cleveland, says about Dr. Williams" Indian l'ilo Ointment : "I have used scores of I'ile Cures, and it affords me pleasure to say that I lia-vo never found anything which gave such immediate and permanent reli...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 24 September 1885

TUTFS PILLS |§S23StESBK^£sSsSS33 "THE OLD RELIABLE." 25 YEARS IN USE. Ih6 oreateft Medical Triumph of the Age! Indorsed all over the World. SYMPTOMS OF A TORPBD LIVER. Loss ofappetite, Nausea, bowels cos; live. Pain in the Head.witji a dull sensatjqn_in. the baok^part;_Pain_under shoulder blade, after eating, with a diainolinationjo exertion qfbcdy_ormind, Irritability of temper,_Lpw spirTt3,Lossof memory ,witti feeling of having negleoted somo daty. weariness. Dizziness, Fluttering of tho Heart, Dotsbefore the eyes, Yg]lowlskin.Headaohe,Restlegsness at night, highly coioredlJrine. IF THESE WARNIITG3 AXE UNHEEDED, SZBIOUS DISEASES WILL BOOH E3 DE'VZLOFttD. TUTT'9 PILLS aro especially adapted to such cases, ouo rioso effects sueli a chango of feeling as to iistonish tho sufferer. They Increase the Appetite, and causo tho body to Take on Flesh, thus tho Bystem is nourished, and by their Tonic Action on the Digestive Organ*, llegulnr Stoola are produced. Price are cents. TUTT'S HAIR DY...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885

The Sausalito News. VOL. I. NO. 34. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1,1886.

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GEMS FROM WHITTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885

GEMS FROM WHITTIER. To seek is better than to gan; The foiia hope dies as we attain. Life's fairest things are those which seem; Tho best is that of which we dream. I Through wish, resolve and act, our will ; Is moved by undreamed forces still; And no man measures in advance His strength with untrii'.l circumstance. Fill, l rief or long, my granted span i Of life with lovo to Li™ and nun; Strike when thou wilt the hour of rest, But let my last days bi mv bostl That all the jarring notes of lifts Seem blended in ■ puklm, Ami all the angle* of its strife Slow rounding into calm. And so the sbndows fall apart, And so the west winds play; And all the windows of my heart I open to tua day.

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THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885

THE BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS. ! The Cotton-Halo Story Dxplodcd—.l;i<k»on'H Story of tin- Fight. [Washington Sunday Herald.] Gen. Harney has exploded one trftdl tion that was long connected with this ! fight, which was that the Americans fought from behind breastworks of cotton bales. "I asked (Jen. Jackson, Gen. Adair and Qen, Coffee, the latter having the immediate command of a brigado of the TenneMM and Kentucky sharpshooters, whoso long rifles mainly did ho work of death, if there were any cotton bales used at ! all, and they all answered that tho only ! works tho Americans had were of earth, ! about two and one half font high, rudely constructed of fence rails and logs Laid twenty-four inches apart and the space between them filled with earth, and if there had been any works constructed from cotton bales they must have, known it. 11l IK-,'.) I was promoted ;to captain j in tho First infantry and sent to Nash I ville, Tomii., to recruit for my regiment. J While there I me...

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liusket Making in Germany. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885

liusket Making in Germany. [Boston Transcript.] IJnsket-nmkinj,' in (iermnny, whivh was begun in ;i modest way not many years ago, has developed into an important brunch of industry, it employ! DO fewer than 89,000 people, and tho ware finds a profitable market, not only nt homo but in many foreign countries. The demand for the raw material has given quite an impetus to willow culture in Germany, and trees better adapted to the needs of the manufacture! have been introduced. Aboiii -.'O^oiX) hundred weight of willow withes are annually imported. The people <>f the village of Heinburg, who redeemed 800 acres of SWamp lands a few .wars sine", and devoted them to willow planting this year, realized about $1,750 from the sale of the withe-; to the Saxon and Wurtemburg manufacturers.

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