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An t'mbrella Loan AHoolatlon< [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

An t'mbrella Loan AHoolatlon&amp;lt; rriiiiu lolphla Tin n.l "Yes, sir; an umbrella loon association. There's money la it and it won't bo my fault if the thin;; isn't a practical success here before the is; of February. " The speaker, Caleb Ramsey, had Just entered the corridor of the Continental hotel. Mr. nanuey i 3 a retired Chicago grain dealer and a capitalist, "I .11, i organizing a similar assoc'atios In Chicago, ' Mr. harusey continued. "I have coma bore to see some of your capitalists for the purpose of securing their | interest and r.:-&amp;lt;&amp;gt;;&amp;lt; ratl &amp;gt;a. My Idea is to perfect a system whereby I can furnisli the city with umbrella? Nt ten minutes' notlca iii caw of a sadden s-hower. I purpose, if po.-.-iii! ■, to organi/o a stock company. We shall rent stand* in all parts i f the city, at all Iho n&amp;gt;-»road depot* the larger hotels, placed ( amusement and at various convenient points in the up] aud lower section; of the ci...

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Tlio Olilent Inhabitant Talks. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Tlio Olilent Inhabitant Talks. [Nashville World.] "Such n day as this," remarked one of the oklf.-t iuhabitanti (and one of the • inhabitanta ia suppcsel to know it alii— null a warm, kprioff-lilce day as this li v regular weather brooder. " "WEat it a 'weather brooder?'" "Why, don't you young folks know what a 'weather breeder 1 is when you we it? All old people Will tell you "that a warm day .In winter tits on her nest like an old sopaa to hatch out ho ami snow — and tuata wlut wo ill a 'weather brsciier.!?

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' ■ t!iu hlflt Auiun'.lfi. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

' ■ t!iu hlflt Auiun'.lfi. [Chicago Herald.) __ T!io blood of the lower animals is commonly colorless. It bos, however, a bluelah cast In rnistaceana, reddish, yellowish, or greenish in worms, ■ ml reddish, pr aisb, or Lrov.nish in Jelly fishes. The' Wood i? c'olOrleM In the muscular part of titfco; Ouit of birds ts of (lie deepest red. Tbo red lin'jid which appe&amp;amp;n when the head of r. {[v i-; crushed is not blood, but coiius i'rciji '.in eyes. In vertebrates the blood i- red, except ia one species of white blooded fish.

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'.;■.. ! .■ f flio DilHculty. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

'.;■.. ! .■ f flio DilHculty. rrcfpss&amp;lt;jc Yumnatia *ays that tho root of S'vn fllJ|3cuUy in our •,';'. He schools is "the bicj&amp;amp;yaeliy °£ tc&amp;amp;diors infl of thaw tofctru. ;ul v.hi U'.c maui«juicat of school.* to juajjo iut'.'.i'",-ti.,;iy of tuo results of their *&amp;gt;.-!• ID .... Veiyia^ oaturcs of children

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Tlit- Cat'i Eye* [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Tlit- Cat'i Eye* J-f-.r,.- (tu.'i.trupeils, as tlio cat, ]:r&amp;gt;vc n n.i:-.■.'.-..'■'; lining the bottom of tbo eyebi II ivuu i i&amp;gt;rilliant yellow luster, usually prccu or pettrly. It is th! which make* \'.:.-. eyw c" :•■'-'! animals lumlnoii3 la Uio f j t &amp;lt;" ' Ujiclc ,li&amp;gt;;tk.i I'tio ■/■■■,: rntafortune T.JH' DioEl of us is, sw .;• coßst.'inllyioolc !u^ iiiitad for our cxjjyr louce, instead o' lyiii.iotr. beUlhd,

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CRACKER-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

CRACKER-MAKING. THE IMMENSE PROPORTIONS WHiCM THE E3USINES3 HAS ASSUMED. TJio Vai-loiM Insroillonti I'seJ -Sitting and Jlixliijj—l'nUortho Rolling Pin— A look at Urn Ovens—7!.o Unking H. it. [New York Mat] Wl L".s|v.&amp;lt;\m.l "Few people, " said a largo cracker and biscuit manufacturer of this city too reporter, "know how tii i .various kin ' ■ ol biscuits they bo often cat are nuniiijia turod, or (ii ■ vast am innt of liuiue&amp;amp;l tlms is done In this lints, " "Has the business grown lalelvi "it Las assume i during '!io past few voors Smmo :se proportions, a.id now we are uUe to compote w.th any country In the world In this Hue. " "To what do you nltributu t'!l great success?" . " Principally to machinery mid tnecaro we have lakoii to place before the market good and /in articles. A few yearn ago we used to import In largo quantities sweet bfcculta from England, they on Hint sioa boing i'ar in advancj of v; in t'-cir manuf;;ctiuv, but to dity wo export :'' London, an...

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lhe French M a People [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

lhe French M a People [St. James' Gaiette.J M. Paillcion's dissertation on 'Virtue" on the occasion of the distribution of the Jlontbyon prizes at the French academy sparkled, as might have been expected, wiili wit and epigram. The French are really a virtuous people, If. l'uilleron maintains, only they aro ashamed of bolag thought so. Tho fairy Ridicule—so he explains tlio phenomenon—was not invited to the baptismal ceremony of the ..ation, and the revenge she taok for the slight was to make toe child exquisitely and even absurdly sensitive to ridicule. Thus it happens that the' French wh j me in reality the easiest tempered people la the world, burst out into frequent revolt rather than be thought submissive; though gay, they affect gravity to eKapo the roproach of tight heai'tedneas; they adore (he beautiful, yet they pretend to admire "naturalism;" they are believers, yet they affect atheism; tho/ nro honest men, yet j they turn politicians. In a word, 'his countrymen have, acco...

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Yankee Iloodlo from Uollitad. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Yankee Iloodlo from Uollitad. [Exchange.] From the best theories that can bo formed it U probable that "Yankee Doodle" first came from Holland In the low countries of that kingdom there has long teen a song which the harvesters las Illustrating the fact that buttermilk and one-tenth of the grain they gathered was given M tho price of their labor. It rum: ■ '•Yanler dldsl, doprtel down, Di l'l, duJel lunter, Yfiiko Tiver, vor.ver vown, Uotcrniillc uni Tnnthei-."

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True I'athos. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

True I'athos. [7: s Argonaut.] "GMtletnea, " said an auetlonier, irtth Into i •..,,-if my father and mother :-!. od where you ttand, and did not buy (hit itewpan, thli elegant itew-pun, rolng ;it ffl— l ihould feel it my bounden Ma ion to toil both of tliem th.-y '■■•■i- to Ihelr country uud fal«« to themselves." Courier-Journal: "Shall v.-o burn cm grammar*?" aalu the iiiperlntondant oi c institution! in PonnivlTania, No; mtcber iheui.

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CHEAP TRAVELING. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

CHEAP TRAVELING. A Sow Jersey Schoolmaster Takoi a Trip 10 Iceland. [%",■«• York Times Interview.] Among the bric-a-brac that covers shelves and us** in the library of James Hicalton, the traveled schoolmaster of Maplewood, in South Orange, N. J., are many curiosities and relics from Iceland and Brazil. From tha former country are one or two of the curious whale-oil lamps that are used when the long nights come on, Icelandic whips with carved handles, mitl with thumbs on Loth sides, so that the economical native may wear out both the front and back, queer snuff-bo';e3, jewelery, and numerous other trinkets. "My trip to Iceland, with a short run through Germany and France," said Mr. l.icalton, "was made nt the o: pensj of less than $180—about tii ■ samo coat i, 3 my tour through Great Britain, i was prompted to visit this wonderfulcountry by several circumstances, in (ho first place, it contains in itself thro natural phenomena thai are to be foun I elsewhere only in tlnvo different ...

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. Dun. ill the Eye. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

. Dun. ill the Eye. LXew York Dial.] "When, in traveling, a bit of dust gets in the eye, it is best to remain quiet for ft little, as the tears may wash it away. The How of torus may be promoted from time to time by attempting to open the eyo. Blowing the noso violently assists the operation.!;,' „.-;.. -•-. The head of a pin; covered with tho end of a pocket handkerchief an* moistenod with saliva, may bo moved. about between the eyeball and eyelid, arid will detach the intruder if not to firmly fixed. Another plan is to get a fellow Traveler to raise the eyelid with his linger and then gently wipe tho red mucous mem brano with a moistened pocket handker chief, or remove the foreign body if he can sco it. A little pioco of paper twisted to a point is useful. ' • A drop of olivo or castor oil ' introduced into thy eyo i will often .allay a pain and intoloranco of light produced by a line irritant, as sand.

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Not Still c.l. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 12 March 1885

Not Still c.l. [Philadelphia Call.] A school for plumbers is badly needed in (iothuin. Two of them recently undertook to do.-io up some rat holes with hot tar. They succeuded, but Mttained the floors and ceiling that benaino was found neoessary to remote the marks. While uiing this one of tha men dropped alighted i-andlo into the inflammable liquid, and tho result was an explosion and a fire. Whether the insni'nnco will be Miiiiok'iit to cover the plmnbor's bill is not stated. Steel noodles, if delicately suspended, oven if not magnetic to begin with, will become magnetic from the action of Iho earth

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

The Sausalito News. SAUSALITO: MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY. MARCH 111. 1885. NYmhei: 'i. ■ VoLrMK I-

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POLITICS IN HAVANA. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

POLITICS IN HAVANA. Hew loyalty to th« Kins of »p«ll&amp;gt; U Encouraged ill Morru &amp;lt;'u»tle. i Havana Cor Inter Ocean. I I The political condition in Cuba day is better than it has been for many. * years. Although there is ociusioua.il) :i an outbreak in the rural districts of tUo -.island, it is nover permitted to l«:onw j.contugous, and there are always ! soldiers enough to tramp it down. &amp;lt; &amp;lt;ellcasionully some filibuster from New {^Orleans or Key West lands on an uninhabited coast and makes his way into the interior, but ho is soon mailed out. ,'jjTho Spanish policy that an ounce, of prevention is worth a pound of our*, is applied in a most vigorous man nor. and yit halt' the stories that are told me true, the heel of the despot is Indeed upon "the neck of the Cuban. I.very man, it is said, who expresses a t-enti-ment not strictly loyal to the iSp.mwh »authority, is arrested and imprisoned; ■: conspiracy is punished by dungeon conV liiiement or...

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Kusulan .lulls. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Kusulan .lulls. (Pall Mall Qazettx.l One of the worst things about Russia is the extent to which it has outgrown it.-* jails, which are most inadequate to the needs of its increasing population. In Siberia especially great suffering is caused by the want of accommodation for the 12,000 convicts distributed over the mining districts, especially as the enormous number of exiles, forming What The Novoe Vremya calls an "organized vagabondage," crowd the houses of correction in every part of the country. The Novoe Vremya is of opinion that it would l:e n good plan if those authorities o!' districts who send the skum of their population Into exile should bo compelled to find subsistence for them during the first two years. The recidivist plan has undoubtedly broken down badly in Siberia.

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•polling Their Ky(might. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

•polling Their Ky(might. | Exchange. | lv Japan, where a ridiculous and injurious custom prevails of having the eyelids daily turned inside out, and then nibbed over, titillated and polished with a smooth patula, the ratio of the blind to the whole population is one to too. In tho city of Veddo, it is said, there are no fewer than 3&amp;lt;&amp;gt;,000 persons without sight.

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An Old Roman Pawmenl. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

An Old Roman Pawmenl. ISriiMi'iflc American.] Keeent excavations at Wonm, *iermanv, brought to light about \,W &amp;gt; feet of liomao pavement and a lai".;e number of objeota of great interest, in luding some which atford a hint to manufacturers, namely, pices for playing a game such us draughts, made of glass. Central Christian Ad.oeato: Many a preacher has been kept alive spiritually und intellectually for years by bavin 2 in his congregation one or two spirit u.illyminded, intelligent hearers.

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BOGUS HOSPITAL PATIENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

BOGUS HOSPITAL PATIENTS. Trick* of Cunning Malingerer* W li.mm I&amp;gt;e- &amp;lt;&amp;lt;i&amp;gt;ptl»n» Are Di-tei-tcd at Ho»|&amp;gt;llal». [Philadelphia Times.] "Nearly every hospital and house of correction in the country has its regular attendance of malingerers," said a ph.ysician at the Episcopal hospital. "Some are most cunning in their schemes to become patients. The comfortable bed, the goo I food and the kind attention they receive aro the temptations to make them try these deceptions. Ire member a case in point of a wonderfully i lever pieco of feigning. It was a woman who was brought to this hospital several months ago with a hemorrhage from the lungs. She was a poor, weakly looking thing, very thin and a bad cough. Mie did indeed hnve diseased luugs. We could not find out sultieient to comprehend the true nature of it, however. It was an obscure complaint. "Wo gave her good, strengthening food and treatment and she grew quite fat. She even made he...

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Lucid and Humane. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Lucid and Humane. [Exchange.] An English paper published in (ierinauy thus notices a new invention in cartridges: "The manufactory has succeeded in putting an brass pin into the cartridge, which leads tho Stichtiaiume of the percussion cap into the above powdermau direct under the stopper, which there star-like in it sprinkled, there through will explode momently all the powder inside tho cartridge which affectuata such an sharp shot, that, if skilled in hunting, the animal falls like killed by thunderstruck; all the chasing of the half death wild by the dog, or beating to death by the driver is not necessary by using this patent cartridge; then the public will have a more delicate looking game, because the knokles won't be burst all through the flesh: and the unnecessary cruelty to the animal will fall quite away."

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I lie GhonU of Wall Street. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

I lie GhonU of Wall Street. [New York Cor. Chicago Tribune.] Wall street is full of ghosts of men who have been 'rich and who now are penniless. They march down to the street every morning regularly as do the millionaires, and wander from one broker's office to another, bending over the tape, aud talking all day long about the market, and predicting its course. Once in ■ while they put up ass bill in a bucket shop and strut around like fighting cocks if they increase it to $10; but that is the end, for they immediately stake the *1O and lose it. There are ex-railroad presidents, ex-bank presidents, and exeverybodys. It is sad to lee them and sadder to hear them tahc; but it is the. old story of fortunes thrown away in gambling—for Wall street operating, as usually conducted on margin, is gambling Minon pure, aud you cannot make anything else of it. Nineteen out of twenty of the men who engage in it leave money. They always have some good explanation of why they fail, but the fact re...

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