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She <V:is Ton drier, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

She &amp;lt;V:is Ton drier, \Tvxas Slftlngg.'i "Doyou understand how to fix up my hair?" asked a lady of her newly hi ltd colored servant. • Yes, ma'am, I kin tax it up 1:1 ten rainU'.e-. " * Vo-.i will never do for rue. What would I do with myself fill tho rest of tho day. "

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OM-rmlilonecl " IIOX-ICIUI115." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

OM-rmlilonecl " IIOX-ICIUI115." |M. Quit's Letter.) Yes, I've been there! Indeed, "hog killing time" is a matter:tn bo rcmemt'crcd for a lifetime. We hoy-; were up ill daylight, tilling the big kettles wltli water, bringing up wood, and tanking everything ready. After brcakTait lliß ox-Bled was drawn up and covered with boards, the tires li'jH'cd, and the butcher kiiivoa sharpened for work. Tho fat ; orkcrs in the pen. unconscious of their, impending fate, growled and :omplaiued over tho id,.'( ii.c of t, c niornlni meal, and it wasn't so vary sofl Iv irtoil In us to express pit.' for unlinui. wo had fed from little pi ■;-. When lee killers were ready the long fastened ; pen door wn3 loosei ( 1 and ouo of lUI II C:i entered, I'Ml'i, 1 a pprket by the leg and divvy him out! and iiiuidsl lIU Bbrl(W» and struggles'' tlie knife was thrust Into his throat The carcass was then lifted up.in the bled and two or three soused it into a slanting barrel of hot water and hauled it out again. The...

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Parisian tsin. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Parisian tsin. [A. V. Guibal iii Si. James Oftzetto.] Paris is the ruin of Franco, because Paris is essentially frivolous and la France. Great enters like Bordeaux or Lyons may be focuses of rebellion, bur on tho score of _ national influence they stand as nil. From" Paris there radiates over the land an allprevailing spirit of Parisianism—the more fatal because it. Is boulevardier, self conceited, Bcandal-mongering, unsubstantial. '"it. Parisian reads, but thinks not; he ttati ■ a thing, not because he knows it to Lo a ,i, but because, having read it or heard of It, ho at once assumes it. to be a I'act. -&amp;gt; iUidves P?t till &amp;lt;•&amp;gt;._■■ ''-'■■ boasts or l,i:,:ui :■•: he 'I, c i not search for til: 1 truth, but for BStuethiug to say. II ucc ilnman will be upper -t jn his opia'on who will give liim sorncthing to til, lo brag about, or to criticise. I'u.ortuiu.tely. criticism will never be impartial,/ while praising will cvjer Ikj relie'tive. To talk in orao...

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: |nc >c»'illo I'lUo^m. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

: |nc &amp;gt;c»'illo I'lUo^m. Tine needle pillows are arc tho last K-hlm of nervou.li invalids." 'I lioj arc t.iid to be ttXY Guiding Rnd productive, of sleep. -r *&amp;gt;+. Hcdielna In India S,OOO Yearn A,-&amp;lt;&amp;gt;. [Medical '.iui .] Professor 11. Kern, o£ the Cnivo »f L.cyJen, tho distinguished autljor of many works on Oriontal B'ubjoots, haa lately publishod a history of idhl«ra in India. Of this a translation into . ierinan has been publlahod at Loi] io, from which we extract tho following conoiso but coinploto account of the stall! of medical scion';,; in India about !M)od years ago, as gathered from tho set of bud .hist, works called tho M ihavH(?ga "in sickness the religious ord in tni^ht take butter, clarified Butter, honey and sugar, but only as a med't-iao. The Lord ! ml lha al-o pormitto I Ibe modi L'liml uee of live fat &amp;lt;»uJ'Btnne&amp;lt;M--n;iino:y, Lear's groaso, fish oil, guinea pig fat, pork suet, and asses'fat; also of tint d...

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A lirldge Tw,)iy-ru!> .i:n«t Long, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

A lirldge T\w,)iy-ru!&amp;gt; .i:n«t Long, i/.:. ■ The largest brid,'o in tho world cro-.-.es lake Poncjiartrniti, nt New Orleans, find In twonty-two miles i'» length. It is trestle-work, on piles, «,ud i.. mada of e\- ir s i woo I wldcb was ftrf-t saturate i with ci*cosota -oil, whieli rentiers it 'impervious to moisture ml proof ngairist the uttacJi ol barnaclos.

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.',<•.. l.itnl '.. ■ i '■. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

.',&amp;lt;•.. l.itnl '.. ■ i '■. Iftjrtcjjd HvuM.] ■ A box or safe ■■. a '.em tv id of po'jcs" tos and silicate, ; ,'.. ; d into a solid, utotia-l — ■ ait ■ rial. ft is i..id to bo proof a ■■ in ' ■■ 'tin i nnd ri roil i, na wall as iiro and will bo useful in presorvirig valuable papurs. 11 i-s light, thoii^li ih&amp;amp;S3iYfl in ai)i)earan o.

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Why (tanned Food* "<» > Dad." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Why (tanned Food* "&amp;lt;» &amp;gt; Dad." [London Si dioal Times.] Most of tho meat preserved in tins is in the course of that process exposed to a higher degree of temperature, or is so exposed for a longer period, than is usual with fresh meat, cooked in tho ordinary way. Tho result is an "overcooked" condition of the viand, shown by tho peculiar disintegrated and sodden state or its tissues—points whi.h nro practically realized, by the way, in tho preparation of animal infusions intended to tho artilieial cultivation of microorganisms in the laboratory; and, when expos, d to the air, it thus presontsa soil specially favorable for tho Implantation of putrefactive germ*, and for their rapid extension throughout its mass. In common parlance, it "goes bad" more readily and moro quickly than is the o ".so with ordinary cooked butcher's meat subjected to similar exposure; and a slight (fegreo of taint apparent in such canned lood is a more serious matter that the same thing o...

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t.i. ,: i .' "*.' U -iTiit ;oi. • * [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

t.i. ,: i .' "*.' U -iTiit ;oi. • * ,; ■■ ■■■•:■! ii.] i' 1 ' • !!_.■.:,.:.'.!. of,. wit r.'x ■:• or no t! ■ vv.n ' o". , ■ . .:i ai iJuiid v I ciil''.' ,f-I-i. •,' |) ' ■%-' '" !JW !U ll'ih '■' • ii ii ii in ■; oik' .v:i ■■; v] • .'•■■&amp;gt;■. „,i ■ 'i i■ i I &amp;gt;'l..t" i • in llt V . ;.i i,-, r «ii I ;i . .:.' a ti: t:l ■ I)l.ii !&amp;lt; ■ h i'Js ..iri fY'u» i'S'i-in. ...iy ,i.-"i ~&amp;gt; [ill &amp;gt;, ,'..'li.ril "il :.- a r: 1 in si:lll (Hi be,vl : m. ...:• ■■' J4 .rv i,UYO '•■:'. .10 Ii S ,:i .1 il:.-. it', 1 &amp;lt;-.:.•[• Slid I \v.l\c i.r'j I )'■' ' I* ''■'• '-' ■' !t sj^c.-«, 'O ll ,o tlivi.i- i! till thO t&amp;gt;i!lLi'&amp;gt;viii'{ ' '•.'. &amp;gt;i&amp;gt;d,l l i. of t'.e |iupi's « iro to , ro\. 1. liio i • |V(;3 v.-i;"|i a. -.:o t Cute 1.0-iM ■ .i'.'M-i.1.-.ss ;-.'vj',v;n^ jj!i!ii;'-tin ti'.lwr ; were to DO _:•-■■•;'-i-/. Accordingly, on Monday morning ! there were .six bright schplarß«armed to ! tho teeth with ' chewi...

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SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

SONG. m m [George Ambrose Dennlson.] 'Q f know not wlie-o, ; My lady fair, 111 river, lal&amp;gt;", or son. The I»lo of Poacomay be; But here, at mom, nt noon, at night, "With tlit'o, my very soul's iloiyUc, Is peace for .no. ....... . I know not «■.:,■.■■, My lady fair, |!y mountain, 1 lain, Ol I in, I'l • y.-.1.&amp;gt; if tta-t „i f bat ' Bui i.civ, 11). iim'.U tile Hiany ■■&amp;lt; ~' That nil o e.i ■ i m • iroin tubl &amp;gt; ■■■ ■■:, is rest lor mo. I know not wii'i-a, My Ih h la.r, {; lyonJ mi I piiml ■ '(&amp;gt;■! 'ilia 1.0.nj ''.I" I Heaven miy v ; Put 1:"iv U' drill: t'.w s r.iin. &amp;amp;i\ I • 'ilir.t sinx t ly -'■ !.'■ ij iwiu Ij nil i', i. Ii -a. I: ; E ■:■ ::.c OH\v!J2 cj'..". J".: 1.1 FuoaioA. .",■■ ■ CnintßS In.'" V ii■■ ■; — " ■&amp;gt;■"• Stump*"Cilii ':••;■-«):!■.&amp;lt; I- l:.i tud ». ICliKi.. !ii l':iq 111 InU'r*l»w.] "ITow long beforo tha o.m:i^3 tr» boars fruit." ■'ill': sina 1 ifo... will Ic^'n to Ho: ion. ami havo ;v lev -...

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BY THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

BY THE LOWER MISSISSIPPI. __^ , [Joaquin Hitler In The Current.] Tho kin;; at riven haa a dolorous ehors, A dreadful dominion of '.'.'.!':" ■ treat, A (tray Writ li-ir.;.; for rven i re, A il drifting away toward Vet* '■'■&amp;lt;&amp;gt; ten. — A lone or 1 eeekln : tor soma lost mat i, • Bo dolorous, lorn an l desolate. Tin fliorns ore gray en tiio sandi nro cray; And ■;;■.' ara tUo free.* in t wir cloak* of mo«s(— That gray 1 ri-inp- an I Irlftin; away Slow di-a^glug its which !ol« l -"•:i IWVC"J*S , Bo -,•- . .v. ju .0 m'■th i .;■ ly wo s brink; it wearing dim, bo:ly nad i»al, to Hun:. , , The ■ - Vast ■ ■■■' '.level r.f cypres*! ■" ■■ '. th 3 raj wl.li grave; an 1 i&amp;gt;, i'ol'-. w.i!— Thajecynreis troeV root; ere till running • boif; T ... sol &amp;gt;'-■ of \r. tit? i'l "iril- r i -', i-t ll— - Tint tr.tv .' ■'• I WHir •'■ drk'll i{ s-viv \&amp;lt; a* t.u-.t 'i ■; ni'l)ii;- lien bit*l»aay.

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WIND AGAINST STEAM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

WIND AGAINST STEAM. '•••in on ("-.(■ frozen JTi.dioii —An '•■•■ '•-"'! lg in ,i the I 'yj-i-i- . . [K. VutonTJ'.'U.vlii f*tS**Sl.,ftt&amp;gt;!(W.l .' i "There is a roar and ru-jii bi bind ! them. What next; "The down train! '1 lis boys loo!: over their «ho iltl&amp;lt; i ■as the big black moil-" iti r BhootJ p.txt. The whistle Wo* • sharply; i hero are handkerchiefs • wav-. ing frora tli3 windows. Tho ice-yacht "is just now holding neatly row the i river. • . "'A raco'l » race, boys!' cries tho .skippor, mho gives a quick turn'of .his h.'.ii.l, in J witli ft shem nud a spring.. t.iiey aid oil nl'tcr tn • train. Cow the rimo— I lie raco, boy-;', Steam against wind: How they Uy! Kvoryllwig Is blurred ami molted togethcrtitui 1.-: iii' i. Tito lea is all a bluish white h.i/.0, with that diamond sparkle from Hi i runners biasing up: "Tito windows of tho train are illlod with boa Is; they set in to shout at the party oil Hie li yiwbt, who hear only Iho rush an 1 roar of the wind,...

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I V.'irU!i of Oar Jewish |Vi;ij'.ivtlnii. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

I V.'ir\U!i of Oar Jewish |Vi;ij'.ivtlnii. ID^'liicrest'H uln».] The growth of the numbers and wealth of our Jewish population has not attracted the attention it deserves. It Is known that some .700,000 frequent tho synagogues, but there are many free-.' thinking Jews, and ■ lharo t must boat loaat I,'ui, 1 i,o&amp;lt; '«»&amp;gt;'..' our population. They h.i.o as a sect grown enormously rich. ibe average of the Jew 14 .;; four-fold that of our citizens. Thoy . are monopolizing the roost lucrative »'•"- M cupationa of • tho . country. Thoy nre. bankers, merchants, wholesale dealers, They swum tit tho exchanges, -but raroly make their appearance iv any , productive employment. A Jewish farm or, ir.oehaaic or laborer is as difficult to find a3 a white ('lackbird. ' The signs of the business Una., in the commercial oijiies of ttie a..: on con-.,. tain the nanlea of n ore Jews than any other sect or nationality; indtiod they monopolize the v/hoipsalo I of several . Important cit...

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< </iiuornlu>; Aluminum. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

&amp;lt; &amp;lt;/iiuornlu&amp;gt;; Aluminum. [D'-&amp;gt;ni3nu*.*3 Mana/iiie.] .■'..'.. We can now boast tiro (alios! uiqiiu- .■ ! ment in the world, but after nil Hit' 1 only it.- monolith of Egypt reproduced.., It la simply a very te.ll; chimney, and has lilt 1" art Bignlncnilco. * The omy now and striking thin;; 'about it, is it* ,■;,,., which is mado or?aluminum--** metal which ha* very r'uro properties;," This cap Weighs 1174 ounces, an.l is:-? brilliantly burnished) This polish ou^til to last for oentarias, as aluminum la in-! osidi.able. , '„.-.:'..• -i ■■■.. .- . ' This metal is' now rhnda by a cheap,' process in 1 enn»yrTanl»i and could it-.kai produced for si) low a price as steol, it, would revolutionise many brhiiftiics of '-'■ industry, . for': it \ &amp;lt;■ is • ;:«.s ;; light j a* glass, as tough as steel,, and will takuV as high a polish M d!veiv: The great airship of tbi Eutunj will, it is believe-}, i^ be of this valuable .metal bo.auso of-its...

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Trying la Plciup. **.**.* ■ *'" *'J* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Trying la Plciup. **.**.* ■ *'" *'J* \)t\ i. [yyan'jys-niOi.i ;;,•; . „;• Nothing contributes mora cer/tainl** to the animal .spirits thjvrt;. bongvole'iiej.;-' : i .. iifftfifft Itßfiil e'Jj ■. 11

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PRACTICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

PRACTICAL EDUCATION. What is an education; Without doubt it is that kind of a training that best qualifies us for the sphere of life in which our destinies are most likely to cast. It should be practical —useful rather than ornamental. It would be a waste of time to teach a young Apache Indian the mysteries of astronomy. geometry or scientih'c navigation, and then turn him loose to make his living by killing wild game and ■white settlers. lie would be a failure. The white youth who intends to reside in the midst of civilization would not be particularly benefitted by a thorough knowledge of beaver trapping or buffalo hunting. It is more essential for an Esquimaux to know how to capture a walrus than it is for him to be well up in the details of the seige of Troy as narrated by Homer. What a man requires to know most of all,, in this world, is how to make a living. The kind of training that qualities him for that task is the quality of education he requires in his youth, and if he ne...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

J. THOMAS, PROPRIETOR 1 PIONEER BARBER SHOP, OPPOSITE Railroad "VVli a r f, Sausalito, Cal, A. LAWRENCE, ■ : •—DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and GENE R A L FA MIL V . SUPPLIES. PRICES r.EASOKAIII.E. The public patronnge nollcited—Store Calidoula Avcntic Bou^alito. A. L.VWREJJC3. OYSTER GROTTO!. Oysters Co oked in Every Style. Private Orders Filial. General Restaurant business Conducted. Special facilities for tourlsl*. Bar farnlsltecl with the bent liquors in the State. Hear porches and lunch arbors construct ed out the Bay, affordlDg a iiiaKDiUi't-ut water piew. Water St. - - Sansalito. ANDREW NICHOLAS, ibov. J. LORIAN, —KEEPS A FIRST-CLASS— Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. —BEST OF— "Wines, H/iquors, and Cigars, Pool Table Card Rooms AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. Corner Culadonia Avenue and "Water Avenue, SAUBALITO - . Cal.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

. EL MONTE. Hotel "El Monte!"" SAUSALITO, - Cal. . . . .THIS. . . . FIBS T-'CIj.A-SS HOTEL! OFFERS EVERY A traction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED .... AND .... Spacious Rooms. Table the very Best ! — EXTENSIVE IMPROVED— GROUNDS. L^raii IP E IJIJIS, COURTS, Croquet Yards • • • •AND• • • • other Outsides Games! BILLIARD ROOMS ....AND BAR 1N.... Separate Buildings. THE FINEST Land and 'Water VIEW IN THE STATE. TERMS MODERATE. J. E. Slihkey, proprietor. DBS &amp;amp; SUVA, . . . .DEALERS 1K.... Groceries, Clothing Wines LIQUORS, -A-IDTID CIGARS. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS &amp;amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAUSALITO, - Cal — .-^•■"::-jfr ■...'■—.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

- • MISCELLANEOUS. BELLRUDE'S StablE! STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DESOBIPTI 01ST rUBNUUKO AT REASONABLE BATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All poaalble pains taken to accommodate customers. J. S. BELLIU'DE. Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S SALOON"! d^H) TUE BEST OF (SIS) Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. WATER STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIINELL, - Prop. PIOITBBR BOAT HOUSE! SAUSALITO, - - . Cal. . .A LAIiOB VARIETY OF SPLENDID. . Whitehall, Fishing and Hunting ' " 150AT9. • * --• -" ___ Tbo large and comfortable Tlungur, MERMAID Vt'Hh fin experienced Fishrrinun in churgfi, cun bo engaged to take parties to the Fishing Grounds. Sportsmen and Pleasure Seekers will And tbla tbe moot complete Ooutlug and Fishing lMublleuiiii lit in ilic vicinity of Sun Francisco. A large Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, Bait, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. - lEI M 8 MODERATE. A branch of this Establ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. —- —— ] rXRTsiLVA's I RESTAURANT and SALOON. Meals at all Hours. Bar Supplied with Best ok EvERYTIIINO. Opposite Railroad Wharf. SAL'S AUTO, - k - CaL A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A, WILLIAMS, PROPRIETOR — Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Serves Every Sunday the Best Clam Chowder ix the State. Give me a call. W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! : FOOTED /lI}D PlCip GROUNDS ! This Picturesque spot has been put i" thorough repair by the Proprietor. The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquor*. '. There 1b no more charming resort witblu fifty mill s of Hail Fraueiscu. EDWARD STJ.HL, Prop. SAUSALITO, - -. Oal. TAMALPAIS HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, V - Cal. BOARD and LODGING . .BX the.. DAT, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied -with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp;amp; Marshall, Proprietors. j TAMALPAIS m Teams, Saddle Horses, ET...

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