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BLUEFISH AND BASS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

BLUEFISH AND BASS. Exciting Sport Likely tn Make a Fisher- mini's Fin Tlnjj'p. Tlio skillful caster of the delicate trout fly may turn up his nose at the idea of any skill being necessary to throw the heavy si|uid wilh which the bluelish troller drags the surf for his favorite fish, but if the trout fislierman ha-s never tried to put the squid out to the proper distance in the sea, I would like to bet him something that his first attempts will take some of the conceit out of him. Much practice is necessary to throw the squid scientiHcally, and it is an altogether pretty sight to see it shooting away on its mission, from the hands of the export troller, like a rocket through the air. This surf-trolling for bluelish is a favorite method of angling with many fishermen, and there is a peculiar excitement and exhilaration about it. as one .stands w:ii <t deep in the surf that surges around him, and feels the tug at his line that tells him his fish is hooked—an excitement that ...

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OF GENERAL INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

OF GENERAL INTEREST. —The milk crop in England is of more value than the wheat crop, being worth £80,000,000, or about $150,000,---000. —Many Chinese at Winnonmcca, Nev., livo in caves dug out of steep banks, thus securing both cheap and comfortable dwellings. —Eighteen bumble-bees, twenty-two wasps or thirty-eight ordinary honey bees contain enough poison to kill an adult. Ju.st remember these tigures as you playfully kick up your heels in the vicinity of a bee foundry.— Detroit Free Press. —There are indications that the wide trousers will not be a permanent fashion among the alleged "lords of creation," more especially as the Prince of Wales, who is "English, you know," is stated to have gone back to "tight pants."— N. Y. Mail. —A Texas girl accidentally fell into the water and was so nearly drowned thai resuscitation was" dilticult. She declared that her sensations had been delightful, and she blamed her friends for reviving her. A few days later she deliberately drowned herself...

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A USEFUL LIFE PROLONGED. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

A USEFUL LIFE PROLONGED. To a reporter of the press, who called on Mr. T. S. Arthur, nt his residence in Philadelphia, in order to interview him in regard to some published stateinento over his name strongly commending Compound Oxygen, that gentleman said : "Previous to the year 1870 my health had been very poor. For years I had been steadily losing ground in consequence of the constant physical and nervous strain reuniting fiom overwork. I became bo exhausted that my family and friends were very anxious about me. Only a few of the most hopeful thought I could live for any considerable time. I was forced to abandon all earnest literary work, and I regarded my career in authorship at an end. ' About this time my attention .was attracted to Compound Oxygen as then administered by Dr. Starkey. I had heard of wonderful cures wrought by its agency—so wonderful, indeed, that, had I not known the Doctor personally, and had great confidence in him, I should have been very skeptical on the s...

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BEAUTIFUL WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

BEAUTIFUL WORK. The mantels on exhibition at the California Furniture Comyany's establishment Nos. 220 to 228 liiinli street. Sun Francisco, are suid to In the best work of the kind ever shown in San Francisco,

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WHAT EVERY RANCH SHOULD HAVE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

WHAT EVERY RANCH SHOULD HAVE. Every ranch should have a dozen of the celebrated Harden, "Star" Hurnl Grenades. Price far null size,'s]o, utul 815 per dozen for large. This is a Hinalt investment for n lire extiii(,'iiiihrr, that will prove "effective- in timo of ii m ,l. Insurance is all well and good, but at the M:mm time was never known to put out v fire, while the Harden "Star" Grenade has saved millions of dollars worth of property in the last year. A preventative in certainly better than any cure. Buy only the genuine Harden "Star" Hand Grenades. Burr Folding Bed Co., successors to H. H. Gross, Hole agents for the Pacific Coast, M Murket xtreet, Sun Fiaueisco. The Great Eastern will be sold by auction next month by order of the Court.

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WHEN IN THE WRONG CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

WHEN IN THE WRONG CHANNEL. The bile wreaks grievous injury. Headaches, constipation, pain in the liver and stomach, jaundice, nausea ensue. A few doses of ilostetter's Stomach Bitters will reform these evils and prevent further injury. It is a pleasmt aperient, its action upon the bowels being unaccomprnied by griping. The liver is both regulated and stimulated by it, and as it is very impolitic to disregard disorder of that organ, which through neglect may culminate in dangerous congestion and hepatic abscess, the Bitters should lie resorted to at an early stage. Failure to do this renders a contest with the mala I.v more protracted. Fever and ague, rheumatism, kidney and bladder troubles, are remedied by this fine medicine, and the increasing infirmities of age mitigated by it. It may be also used in convalescence with advantage, as it hastens the restoration of vigor. "Northers" have set in at Vera Cruz and the yellow fever is abating there.*] Catarrh—A new treatment has been dls...

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SHAVING STANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

SHAVING STANDS. Some very artistic shaving-stands have Jolt been received by the California Furniture Company, Nob. 220 to 22G liush street, San Francisco. . -»•«-- — In Genoa the policemen wear silk hats ami carry silver-headed canes. „_ »-o ♦ ~~* If huccci* be the true test of merit, it is ft settled fact that "Brown's Bronchial Troches have no equal for the prompt relief of Coughs, Colds, and throat troubles. .— . ► •« "Mother Hubbardville" is tUe name of ft Georgia railway station. . ►•«—

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PEDESTALS AND STANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

PEDESTALS AND STANDS. The new designs of flower stands and pedestals are beautiful. The California Furniture Company, 220 13 226 Hush street, San Francisco, have a laiye assortment. ►•■. ■ TVhon Baby was sick, wo gave borC ASTORIA, \Vlien she was a Child, she cried for C ASTORIA, When sbo became Miss, she clung toCASTORIA, When she had Children, she gave them 0 ASTORIA Germeu for Breakfast.

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PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. —A man is always wanting some one to tell him how "handsome! ho is. A woman will just stand before the glass and see for herself — Springfield Register. —Scientists claim that cigarette-smok-in" 1 leads to idioev. Wo do not know bow true this la, but are satisfied that idiocy leads to cigarette-smoking.— Texas Si/tings. —A scientific journal says "few fishes die a natural death." That is not our fault. Just as many die a natural death as if we didn't go a-fishing.—Nor-ristown Herald. —The worm is not the most despised thing in the world when it can sleep in flowers, travel in peaches and rest for the winter in the pious chestnut.— New Orleans Picayune. —An Ohio court decides that a husband is the legal owner of his wife's clothes. It is to be hoped that in the future he will take off his high hat while he and she are at the theater. —hadn't yet occurred: "Will you wulk into my parlor?" Asked the tonsor of the dude, Who, clad In corkscrow trouser* And nn Anglo-man...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

lsfP^\ (title i^Wb POSITIVE CURE I? iX*a^^S^m for'«ry form of I AS^^a^i SKIN and BLOOD "jA>^^^^^ . disease io°SCEOFDU. TJCZKMA, or Salt Rheum, with its agonizing itchingJlund burning, instantly relieved by a warm bath and Oiiticura Soap and a single application of Cuti- < ira, the great Skin Cute. This repeated daily, with two or three dotes of CiTKTRA Kkholvknt, the New Blood Purifier, to keep the blood cool, the perspiration pure and unirritating, the bowels open, the liver and kidneys active, will speedily cure Eczema, Tetter, Ringworm, Psoriasis, Lichen, Pruritus, Stall Head, Dandruff, and every species of Itching, Scaly, and Pimply Iln more of tho Skin and Scalp, with Loss of Hair,'when the best physicians and all known remedies fuil. CVtictra Hrmkdikh are absolutely pure and the only infallible Blood Purifiers and Skin lieauUflen free from poisonous ingredients. Suld everywhere. Price, Cuticura, 60 cents' Sonp •26 cents; Resolvent, SI. Prepared by Pottkh ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

Try §1581 *4KiN 6 POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholtwomeneiM. More economical than the ordina y kind", and cannot be sold in comretl. Hoil with he multitude of low test, short weight, alum, or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Koyal Bakixu I'owbkr Co., 106 Wall Street, N. V. wWR^t-aHfc6|| f&mf E'ltirih/ frt'n from WBnn@cdpS|BHn^^ Fusel Oil. $1..~0 jitr Itottlo Summer Complaint, Diarrhoea, Malaria, Pneumonia, Consumption, Dyspepsia, Fevers, and all Bowel Troubles, WORST CASES, prevented, cured and relieved by Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, endorsed by the leading Physicians and Chemists of the world for its purity. Sold by Druggists and Grocers. Pacific Coast agents, A. F. EVANS & CO., SAX FRANCISCO, CAT.. American Exchange Hotel, SANSOME STREET, Opposite Wells, Furgo & Co.'s Express Oflico, SAN FRANCISCO. MERCHANTS, KAKMEIIS AND FAMILIES FROM the interior will find it to bo the most convenient ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 8 October 1885

STTi TCP" T~% CS ■ JbLa Jt±J A-J S9 . I!. .F. liOWKN'B large Illustrated. De»criptl»e and Priced Catalogue of Vegetable, Flower. Clover, Grass and Alfalfa Seeds, Mailed to all applicant* free. Aildreiw / E. J. BOWEN, Seed Merchant, 815 and 817 Saimoiue St., San Franclnoo, California fcff SEWER* WA7ER AND || 1 IJSftUNCOLN PLftCLtTco!aU^X''j iraiTMiNTiß, THE SPECIALIST, No. 11 Kearny St., San Francisco, Cal. Trkats jILL Chronic, Special and Privatk Dukahkd WITH WONDfCKrVb BUIVKBS. THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY I ___^^_— ——^— Is a certain cure (or pM*3pj^£dsq[|£p§l Manhood, I'lii.ilulonWAff (Z- sjv clTucts of youthful follies EMM^^jlt^SJJfWa cnso °{ *''"'3 n(' th) <lcr his special advice and treatment) will not cute. 81.50 a bottle, or four times the quantity $5, sent to any address on receipt of price, or C. O. 1). in privato iiamo if desired, by lh: Mlatie. 11 lummy St., .N. #■'. ' if. Send for list of questions end pamphlet. SAMPLE ItOTTLE FREE will bo sent to any one applying...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

The Sausalito News. VOL. I. SAUSALITO, MARIiN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15,1885. NO. 36.

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CONDENSED ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

CONDENSED ROMANCE. "Duck? Dove I". Young love. Die oatti / Clill(fS fast. "Null' soil;" Must wed. Pa rout 8 >.fck. Lovers Mick. "Can not be I 1" "Wo«h«ll seo!!l" lit- (.'ln mi'til; ■ Seek flight. Church found; Urlftt ground. Folkgcome; Struck dumb. "Too latol" Fixed fate. • First year, Skies oloar. Years two, Kttther blue. Years three. Jamboree. Spats; sport; Divorce omul. <Sroom, brido Dnttad. Hi'Hl'lx ci'Hl'k. Jill, .lack Trot back. — B. Jones, in Judge.

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MY WINNY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

MY WINNY. How I "Won a "Wife Amid the Ocean's Surges. Stranger to (':m:ula, I think you said? First visit to Ontario? Well, you're heartily woloome to Indian Creek. Take h chair on the pfatfia t 11 dinner's ready uc dine early in these new world parts. Fine farm? Well, yes; Indian Creek is a nice place, if Ido own it. All, as far as you can see—grass land, corn lie Ms, woods and crocks— all belong to it. Stock, too— they call it the beststocked farm in Ontario, I believe, and 1 dare «ay they're right. All mine; and yet I came to Canada twelve years age. without even the traditional half-crown in my trousers' pocket. Yon look surprised. Would you like to hear the story? There's a good half-hour to dinner-time yet. ami it's a story 1 never tiro of telling, somehow. 1 began life M the son of a village carpenter in the Soulli of Kngland. Yon know that class pretty well. I dare say, and what a gulf was lixed between mo and the vicar of the parish. And yet — and yet — from the time she wa...

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BABY DESTROYING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

BABY DESTROYING. The Many l>oatU» of Children Caused by IgTHIfMIM mill Noeleot of I'uront* or AttomUtiU. It has come Uj be a gospel with young married folk that the second summer is the destroyer of the baby. It is fato — kismet. That the second summer costs more live* HUM it ought is not tho fault of the summer; it is the fault of tho heat and (ho parents. The summer heat is dangerous to all young children: it is in connection with tho bad diet of tho second summer that, it is fatal. It is a well-established fact that nearly all the mortality of second-summer babies is from disriuesof the digestive! organs. and theeeeome from Irrational artlnoial feeding. Children come to tho table, cat pickles, unma>heil or fried lumps of potatoes, be&ts, radishes, and the like. and the trouble begins. Tho stereotyped answer to the question; "What docs the child eat:'' is: "O, it eats at the table with the rest of the family." The result is enteric diseases and de...

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A Texas Centipede. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

A Texas Centipede. Tho ocntipede is not a pretty insect. Ho runs too much to legs. Onco I thought them of no use, but after seeing a lot of little Chiricahua Indian papooses pulling centipedes from their holes and greedily devouring them, legs, poison and all, I no longer doubted the wisdom and beneficence of their creation. In the course of my checkered career 1 have had several adventures with centipedes and always came out second best. A centipede can raitC a blister on a man's body quicker than a red hot iron, ami if you don't Immediately apply a remedial poultice of pounded prickly pear and dose yourself inwardly with post whisky whioh latter is warranted to kill anything but an army mule—the resultant eflects maybe serious. Centipedes usually attack their victim at night, when he U asleep and can't defend himself. They are armed with about 800 little lances conveniently lashed to the toe of each foot —of which they have several —and at I lie baM of each lame is a tiny sack of ...

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PITH AND POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

PITH AND POINT. —It is easier to trace a moccasined Indian over a granite mountain than it is to traoo a lost umbrella.— JfoftMl City (Mo.) Journal. —Deafness can be cured by living ten years in the dry part of New Zealand. As the small boys say: "What's tue matter w th slaving de:if?" — "Few men have honest convictions," lays tome one. This does not trouble us as much as the fact that so many men have dishonost acquittals. — Puck. — "A baby's arms encircle tho world," says the proverb man of the Merchant Travtltr. We line noticed that a baby usually gets the earth when Its grandmother i- around. -—Sornervillt Journal. — A coincidence: "All alone, my dear child. I'm afraid that husband of yours neglects \<m terr bly. Ho is always al his club when 1 call." "Yes, mamma: but he's at home at all other time*."— Chicago Tribune, —A writer on divss says: "Short and POdjrj women OQght to weai belts." \Vh;it's the use of giving adwee In that way? There isn't a woman in the world w...

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HOW GREELEY WAS SOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 15 October 1885

HOW GREELEY WAS SOLD. A Story Tulil I.v Mm *1I»1>< DUooveror of I'ilir's IV.ill Green Russell, of Luinpkin County, Georgia, wont to California in the early days of the gold exoitemenl Ol that country, made n handfoßM fortune, returned to Georgia, bought tho big Savannah plantation on the Ktowah ( River, in now DaWtfOO County, and quietly retired to his furni, but when KuBNM was opened to M-tllors his restlan mind carried him >ut there. He entered a large body of land M tlio Kig Bine River, from whioh point ho explored the then Territory of Kansas and readied Hie Koekv Moii: tains, takinor with him tools to pfjapeet for lT()ld. In going to th" mountains ho followed up the Arkansas Kiver to its source at tlio loot of I'ike's I'eak, tlien turning north BOTOei the ridge dividing the waien of the Ark itwai and Platte Riven he struck Cherry Creek, abont lifty miles west of now Denver City. Here with his tat! pan. ho found gold from the drifted sand, tie fo...

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