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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 1 October 1885

Y.iion Jlaby was sick, -wo gavo li«r CASTOP.IA, Vlipii blio wna a Child, she cried for (' ASTORIA, \Hieu sue becamo Hiss, Bho clung to C ASTORIA, YVhou eho had Children, she gave them C ASTORU All Sorts of hurts and many sorts of ails of man and beast need a cooling lotion. Mustang Liniment. OThe BUYERS' GtVIUIC la tutted jit. and Murcli, ciirli year. tti)• '£><> pngca, .j\ ll'._, Inrln-N,witli in, , 3,500 illustration* — a whole . Picture Gallery. GIVES Wholesale Price* direct to roiiKtimrra on nil goods for personal or family rase. Tells how to order, and gives i\wt cost of everything you use, eat, drink, wear, or have fun with. These ISTALUABLK HOOKS contain Information gleaned from the markets of the world. We will mail a copy FRKI3 to any address upon receipt of 10 eta. to defray expense of mailing, lict its hear from you. Respectfully, MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. J»«T & nO W'abaNh Avenue, Chicago) 111. American Exchange Hotel,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

The Sausalito News. VOL. I. N0.?5. SAUSALITO, MAKIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, m r >.

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LITERARY BUDGET [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

LITERARY BUDGET

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LOVE AND CARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

LOVE AND CARDS. The youth and malilon sat nlona Upon the pebbled itrand Beside the sea, an>l In his own lie held her Illy hand. lie ftnzcd Into her sapphlro eye"— "I love you sweet," no said; Tl\o maiden answered him with slgl. And blushing hung her head. Ho pressed the hand so soft and whlto, And kissed the dimpled chin, And said: "If I plnyod cards to night I know that 1 would win. "You ask me why, you shall be told." He pressed the lingers white; '1 know I'd win lieeauso I hold A lovely hund to-night." —Boston Couritr.

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WINTER IN THE ARCTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

WINTER IN THE ARCTICS. Fall and Winter Sports in the Land Of the Esquimaux. The I'ecullnr Arclllleotnro of Esquimaux Snow anil Ire Houses—The food mid liniment of Uio Niitlves—How They Hear llurilslilpt. The winter life of the Amorcan Arete native, or Esquimau, is much more interest'n? than his summer exislonoei which partakes 10 much of the general Ufa ot savages with a few uninteresting ohaoges, while In the winter limn we have a node of Ife so radically different from that of any her people, by their peculiar environment, that the first traveler* among them to describe these strange details were looked npon as Mnncliiuisbns of the greatest breadth of Imagination^ Houses of ice and snow, tin* very last thing in the world that a person would take to make a comfortable abode anywhere, wen reputed to be their winter habitat'on*. They lived on raw frozen meat in a temperature where it would bo agony to any one els* 1 not to hare tlior meal hot and steaming; and so on through all the s...

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PLAYING MEN’S PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

PLAYING MEN’S PARTS. No I able limtaiieM Vl'liito Women Il.tvn Arlilnvoil DUtlnotlon iiy Unsi'Xinß Thorn■e'vaii A woman entered a horse for a raoe reoently in Belgium< but. made it a condllion that she should ride it herself, dressed H a jockey. This tho proprietor of tin; track refused to permit, bul the proposition produced a good deal if newspaper dise.ission, in which a number of facts were brought to light showing how many women had assume I men's atliio in order to follow men's pursuits. Lady Franklin, tho wife of an English baronet, rode a famous raoe once, at whloh nearly 100,000 persons were present, but she wai beaten by a rider named Flint, though the odds were in her favor, she ran another raoe, however, and with more success, for she beat a famous jookey, named Frank Booklet, in a two-mile heat race: but the viclory was accounted for by tho fact that tho Jookey gave her thirty-two pounds in weight. The competition of women with mou where horses were concerned...

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A SHIFTING ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

A SHIFTING ISLAND. I In- liirv!l>il>li> Dmliny of An IntrreMiiif ai iitni■<■ Wiit«i'-iiif Mm* Old idanlseeiis bronzing more loiterers this summer than ever before. Tin-re aw !J/>OO "strangers" on the Island. iTanliew is Indian, and means "i.ittle God's Island,' and if Mr. lliock hadn't happened along 200 rears ago the more romantic name would have clung to it. For nine m.inths in the year the island i* plastered over with drying, sailed codfish. The remainder of the season tho natives dnote to salting other people's money. The soil is not to be mentioned, tor there Isn't an*. For the present the island is co itenting itself with traveling to the nottbwost at the rate of about a foot a year. The gray old Atlantic is grimly grinding away the stately ami pictured clay, cliffs on the southern end of the i- land. In numerous spots along the southern bluils may be seen places where last winter's storms have ground out huge cores of ea...

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LADIES’ PETS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

LADIES’ PETS. Th» Contly Jewels Worn by Dof» Which Don't Appraolnta the Honor. S!n> railed like ;i lanoy yaoht before a half gale Into a well-known uptown Jewelry itore. sin- oarrled under her arm a bunch of hair, which, being placed upon the glass counter in trout of a shrinking, timid youth, showed sii^u-i of life, and let ou( a spiteful yelp thai could only come from the throat of a disgusted do^r. After adjusting the wrinkles in her face so thai a fair sisod scowl appeared, she turned right about and looked the light-haired clerk square in the face, while a gleam <>f spite and a-nger shol from her steel-gray eyes. "Did not 1 tell you, s r, to be extremelj careful aboul the size of the ring thai you meaaured for my Little Zip? Look at that, you double-dyed villain," as she pointed to a small inflamed spot upon the dog'i left teg. "That's all I your work, and woe unto you, sir, if my poor little treasure Is kept awake auv more at ni«;lit by your ho...

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Papier Mache Plaques. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

Papier Mache Plaques. Papier tnnnho plaques fur advertising purposes urn becoming common. It Is the latest Instance of how art has bam subserved to business purposes. The work can be given the appearance of iv number of substances, such as atone, metal or wood, and some of it is of a high grade of excellence. The material! are few in number, exclusive of those used in finishing, being clay, plaster of paris ami rough brown paper, such m is used in hardware stores for wrapping purposes. The clay is employed in the ant or artistic stage of the work, in modeling of the figures or designs to be reproduced In papier macho. The plaster of paris is use I to make the molds and tho paper is the basis of the finished product. The design being made in clay, tho plaster is poured over it, and what might bo called a negative produced. Upon each of the negatives or molds the paper is built up until a proper • thickness has been secured. Then the pulp is allowed to dry in the sun or is dried by me...

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A SERIOUS JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

A SERIOUS JOKE. flow » Frenchman Oot Kven with an Impertinent ■>lrun;rr. Among tlio frequenters of a weliknown Parisian restaurant was a certain methodical personage, who dined there every day, and always at the same table, which the proprietor, with a duo regard for so regular a customer, especally reserved for him Once, however, by some mistake of the waiter, ho found on arriving his usual place already occupied by a stranger; and, inwardly fretting at the disappointment, entered into convocation with the mistress of the establishment, who presided at the counter, and awaited the intn dor's departure as patiently as he could. The laller seemed in no hurry, for, alter consulting the bill of fare,' he ordered another dish ami it fresh bottle of wine, soeinjj which thu habitu«, who would rather have gonu without his dinner than taken any DUMM but his own, resolved at all hazards to •ret rid of the unwelcome guest, ami addressing the flame dn eomptoir in a low lone, Inquire...

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A FINNISH CUSTOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

A FINNISH CUSTOM. !!■■« UM I'coplo <>i Tlint KniKlan rrnvlnos lihliilk« In Their Annual Hath. "lii crossing the country I noticed that near every furru or settloiiiont than mi a until log hut with openings nil darkened by smoke, and on asking whnt it was always received an answer that it was tli« savna. "I'lic .savna is in fact thu common bathroom of tin- farm and sometimes ot the neighborhood. Kvury Saturday tho lavna is used by the whole family, the servants of the farm, and liny gnesU tliat niiiv be ilesirinus of participating. A huge log lire is lit on a hearth in thu room, and when tho bricks or atOBM are red hot cold water is pour < I on them, which soon tills the room with Hteuni. When all is ready the bit hers gather of both mm and all MM simply in the slate in which we aru told our first progenitor* disported Hmmb* selves, and this even if tho mercury is froaen to a lump in tho bulb. When the room is full fresh water is poured on the .stones...

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Grant's Nearness. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

Grant's Nearness. At Hiclilield Bpringl onoduy. General Bookner beard some military skeptics criticising General (iranfs military ability. "Why. Hooker was as bravo as <irant," said one, man, excitedly. •liui Grant was a very near man," said Bnokner. "And McClcllan was a greater strategist," said anotherscofter. "But Grant was fatuous for his nearness," said Buokner. "Ho may not have been brave, but he was always near." •■What do you mean by nearness?'' asked another scoffer, petulantly. "Why. when I looked around at l<>rt Donelaon for some one to surrender to. (iraut was right there handy; anil I noticed when General Leo surrendered at Appomattox, Grant was the nearest General to tako his sword. O, he was near, Grant was!"— N. Y. Itir </ry/i ndent. —An oxehungo asks: "Why wasn't the spring chicken chosen as an emblem of this country?" We can not anawer with any degree of exactness, but suppose the fathers of the country wire not familiar ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

DR. WM. JENNIMSON. Physician, SAUSALITO, OAL. SAUSALITO NEWS DEPOT. AgeDts for all the San Francisco Dailies, AND —- General Publications of the United States I keep on haiul a Stock of Stationery and General Supplies of that de Bcription. httorr lii I'oHtomre KulMinff. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SCHNELL, Prop. J. LORIAN kiti* A 11 Ml 111 >M Saloon and Recreation Rooms, BKBT OF ■ Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FOOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS Ami other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - OAL. ZPIOTsTIEIEIR; BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - Cai. . .A LAROK VAKIKTY OF SPLENDID. . WIIITKIIAF.I., Fishing and Hunting Boats. The Urge and comfortable Plunger, MERMAID With mil pxunrienc-d Fihl»rin»u iv <liaiw'. <•"•' 1>( ei'g.KO.l to tako I)tt rti.^to_the Fisliin,; (i.0.i M.18. HimilHincu and Pleasure Seekers will find this the mSffJStoßo.ttaß.ndFW.lng ttUMWuuMi In the viotuity of Hau Francisco. A large Assortment of Pishing Pole...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

« & Ml, DFALKRS Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, i • \ A.ncl Cigars. jfssT* Wo can compe'e with city firms in prioet and quality of goods. DIAS & SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, SatiNtilito - - €nl. SAUSALITO Livery Stable — Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc., Furnished at Reasonable Kates. Express Run to all points in Sausalito Dealer in Wood and Goal. WATER ST., SAUSALITO. GEO. SMITH - -Prop. John Broderick, ....DEALER 1N.... General Merchandise. o ....COMPLETE LINE 0F.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. Families Supplied wivhPviik Milk. o —— John Broperick, Caledonia and Turriey Sts., Sausalito - ,Cal • TAMALPAIS STABLE. ■ Teams, Saddle Horses, Etc., Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. W. h«v. «.«ral luge CARRYAMJS. and Mi offer ■us.Ul facilities to J'loulo P»rtle§ Our Stock I < equal to any In th. Stato. Olre us » dl. MAN9EBO & CORDOZA, Proprietors, AUJOINIMIi RAILKOAD WHAKH', MIIMUITO t;Ali- , BELLRXTDE'S Stable...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

Tin: difficulty between Spain ami (iermany in relation to the Caroline Island* iias been amionbly settled. The quiet and Bpaedy conclusion of the trouble is a contrast to the long v.iv.mdes and warfare of Other coun- I tries during the pas-t two years of lurmoil. And just as we think of t llls, what millions have beer. Bpenl : :id thousands of lives, and. how laucll better off are the victors or Ihfl world tO-day? Peri' llyacinthe In conducting a service recently for fhe repose of the dead soldier.; lost. :i Tonqnin, said: "War cannot be ►tispsnsed with. "Without it. what is there to preserve the liberty nf Uations? Those who advocate its nboiition are dangerous, almost niminal, Utopians." Now, Pere I Mfl great mind as great perhaps : s most of us "country editors," and I c thinks only as many other leading minds have thought since the earliest stages of barbarity to its Irtteet development in Krupp guns, dynamite torpedoe*, e'e, but with j ; 11 their comprehensive greatnes* . ucli ...

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LITERARY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

L ITERARY. THE LIFE AND WORKS OF EDGAR ALLAN POE. EIGHTH MEETING OF THE SAUSALITO READING CIRCLE. The eighth regular meeting of the SausaIito Reading Circle met at the Rectory on Wednesday evening, September 30th. The president being absent the vice-presi-dent occupied the chair. The minutes being read and approved a communication was read from Prof. J H. Hanson expressing his regrets that his numerous duties interfered with his regular attendance and he would respectfully ask to resign his membership in the circle. There being no objection the resignation was accepted. The names of Miss Hannon and Mr. George were added to the list of members, after which the following programme was presented: Song '♦ Recompense." (Mignon) j Reading "Annabel Lee" (Pop) S.ing "Tired" (Lindsay) Essay "Edgar A. Poe" INTERMISSION. Rer.diti£. .'•."•! a ( Whittier) Music "Lieder olino wort (Mendelsohn) Rcading./n.o Tell-Tale UeartYPoe) Reading' The Conqueror Worm"( Poe) j During the recess an interesting ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

THE Sausalito Land a>:d FERRY CO. NOTICE! The sausalito land and Ferry Company offers tts Lands for Sale in Building Lots. BLOCK AND.. . . Acre l 3ai-cels, AND ITS. ... i Water Front L O T S, On Easy Terms. The North, Pacific Coast Kailroad Company's line ot road traverses the entire North —over three miles —a* the Company's land, bringing all parts of the property wit: ni quick traveling distance of San Francisco—Thirty minutes from »vMrf to wharf. ....the.. . -"W A. T I±) JR.V N D I LANDSCAPE VIEWS ... .Aim.... UN EQUALED BY ANY Around San Francises The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm and Productive. Water from Flowing Spring— Pure and Plentif-I—fur-nished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in regard to Sites, Prices and Terms, Please apply to tho Secretary of the Company, Room 9, No. 419 Calif Street, scan, Francisco, . ...on ON .. Tuesdays avi) thursdays, THE company's OFFICE IN front OF THE COM...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

EL MOKJ ■:. '-^ - ;_ ': .'. L . . ~ —. g SAUSALITO^MARIN C0.,0AL., THE 1TBABB&T OOTJISTTI^Y RESOR' IFOR FA MI LI OUTSIDE OF SAN FRANCISCO. i tng, Fishing-, Sea 38atliin£; shady Groves \\*l) ill' U BB^tITIBOL DRIVES. Extensive Improved Grounds. • •••• •••• • • • • *■••«■•• ••■• ■>•• • >..•*•••• •■■> • •'• < • ... CROQUET AND LAWN TENNIS COURTS : Table First-Class, flfSPTTotol open Summer mid Winter. f Hates $2.00 to ig'2.so per day; §10 to SI? pu- week. Special rates to Families. N. 8.-— Commutation tickets S3 per month. J. E. S I ,! I\ T JC tt; PBOPIUETOB, JU HOTEL JH AND....!. RESTAU 1 1 ANT! WATER St,, SAUBALITO. . Board and Lodging l>v the day, week or month, at Moderate Ti:i;ms. Mails Furnished (it all Hours. Fine Bar of Choice' Wines, Liquors and Cigars. A 1! I! V ROW »SO.V, - Turn. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOOH. M. ■ %? Meals at all Hours. Rut Suiti.iki) with Bust of KveuvTnive. ■ Opposite Railroad Wharf....

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