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He Gave Quickly. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

He Gave Quickly. [Texas Blfttnjr».] A student at tho University of Texas. being short of funds wrote to his father in Ualveston: "Send me $100 by return mail. Ho who gives quickly gives double" The old gentleman repli< I by tlio next mail, lnolosingsso with the remark that uhehaa reap inded prom >tly the $">() mclosod was equivalent to the desired $100.

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THE AGE OF MELANCHOLY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

THE AGE OF MELANCHOLY. The Closet Skeleton—Horrible, Though Possibly Imaginary, Conviction*. [Medical Times.) The prevalence of melancholia, milJ or intense, amongst tho cultivated classes, and especially amongst educated and reflective men. in these days, would, there are good grounds for believing, seem portentous could it only be faithfully set forth. Coud the secrets of some case-books be revealed it would be found that men iti high places, professional men in activu employment, business men in i>i<<spi i ous circumstances, literary men \vl,o are delighting the world with their wit and genius, artists who are illuminating life with glowing colors, students who are gaining pries and distinctions, tradesmen who have climbed to success on the ruin-heaps of competition, and idlers who have only to amuse themselves, are all visited by melancholy, revealed only to their doctors and sometimes to their domestic circle, which darkens existence as with ter...

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CAPTURING A WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

CAPTURING A WHALE. A ChaM After the King; of the S.ih In tl>© l»ay» fione By. [Hr.ioklyn Knj;!.' Interview ! ' Suddenly a voice from alofl Binga mv. There blows.' \t once all Is ex«n>,ment and animation. The officer or Mi,- deck lays alofl with a glass, where* m 4 yiew of the whale can be had. If tin vessel is not to the windward Mdc, ot •ii. wha c an attempt Is made ai onoe to « it there, because for a reason un»o3wn to whalers the whale when exmid to flight almost Invariably rushes off into tin' very teeth of the wind, ana it in utter folly'to try and follow. The naaleliesquiel and the vessel works to windward. Everything to then prepared for action. A couple of boats are lowered, the captain in charge of one and the fust or second mate handling the other. "The whaleboat is long, sn rp, and nigh at the bows and stern. It cuts the water like a knife and can move backward and forward with equal facility. At the bows Is a deep groove, lead lined, for a line to p...

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retrolenm a* • Fuel. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

retrolenm a* • Fuel. [Hulndelplilft Call.] Evidently the time is at hand when crude petroleum, which is quoted at, about "> cents a barrel, will be the great fuel. The aim is to mix it with steam, and so atomize it and burn ii as gas. This successfully accomplished, and the cheapest and best fuel known will bo produced. This country and Kussia are destined to come into active competition as to the use of this fuel. Russian wells flow mi much more abundantly than ours that the product of the 400 said to be in operation is reported in excess of the 18,000 in operation in this country. The great point in the application of this fuel is to use crulc oil ami consume the smoke. In most of the hydrocarbon arrangements smoke i- not consumed, and this formrag a soot, is a non-conductor of heat, and so causes the operation to fail. In any operation that shall perfectly overthis, success will he attained and a valuable element introduced into our commerce. Jt will give a new use for...

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How Shoddy ■* >• ;••!<•- [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

How Shoddy ■* &amp;gt;• ;••!&amp;lt;•- [New York Sun Intervii-u | "How is shoddy made?" was asked of a tailor. "1 tan tell you how it was made twelve or fifteen years ago, when 1 served my week's apprenticeship at it. They may have made improvements in the milling since then, though, of course, the product itself is just the same mean, swindling poisonous stuff , always was. 1 was placed over a sort of machine something like a patent straw cutter, only, in lieu of straw, you fed it with cloth scraps, remnants, clippings and rags. These passed through the teeth of the machine on two revolving knives, just as in a straw cutter, which minced them up pretty tine. After that they passed through another and yet another machine, getting minced finer and finer at each operation, until the stuff was reduced to a coarse powder. This powder was then bolted, and tho fino powder or dust that passed through the last seive was the beautiful stutf called shoddy, or flock. Then came the dyin...

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Something New. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Something New. I Max O'KeU] A friend of mine visited America in 1870 nt the time of the Philadelphia exposition. Having cordial letters of introduction to many prominent people in Washington, lie promised himself a good time in the best American society. In foot a senator soon asked him to spend v few days at his villa in the suburbs of Washington. My friend accepted with great pleasure, and wont the following &amp;gt;aturuay to the senator's residcu c, which seemed to him to be a most luxurious chateau. After having passed a pleasant evening with the fani'ly he retired to his room to dream of the two pretty American girls between whom he had the good fortune of sitting at table. in the morning he arose, dressed him■elf, and gently opened the door to get his shoes. Great was his .-urprise to see that his shoes were there exactly as he had left them before retiring. Everybody had taken care not to' touch them. Had they forgotten, or was this something new; What should he do now? ...

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Americans Not Melancholy. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Americans Not Melancholy. [Exchange.] The St. .Tames' Ga/.ette says the impWMlon that Americans aro melancboly is a widely-tprwd mistake, founded on wrong inference rather than wrong observation, the fact boing that the American traveling public, as seen in hotels and other public place, is of a bearing (ober and decorous even to dullness. "But," remarks that .iournal, "this is not eridenoa of. unhappiness or lnoroseness. It is nothing but an outward habit legitimately akin to the air of self-centered reserve which has long been attached by tradition and repute to the public appearance! of wellto.do English peoplo. A stranger from almost any part of Europe would probably form the same oil-hand judgment if he were set dowu in tho morning room of almost any English club, with the same plausibility and the same injustice. Americans att.V h, if possible, even greater weight than we do to the virtue of minding one's own business."

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Why Slio I*ft. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Why Slio I*ft. [Philadelphia Call.] Mistress—What! going to leave already.' Why you have nut been here.half a week. Maid—l know it, mum, but I can't stand it here. Things runs too smoothlike, mum. "Why, what can you mean" "You ue, mum, I lias always been in placet where they keeps three servants." "Oh! You are lonesome then." "No, mum, not lonesome: but you see I misses the confusion."

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Photographing Colon. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Photographing Colon. (Sew York.Letter.] The man desirous of immense wealth, however, need take none of the risks of speculation. All he has to do is to in- ! vent a process of photographing in; colors. lam so assured by a gentle-1 man, who has Ph. I), and LL. D. at-' tached to his name, and is a scientific professor in Columbia college. Photog-, raphy is his hobby. To holds to the) theory that no painter ever lived 1 who could make better pictures i than those of nature—that there are' 1 real scenes in abundance exceeding in beauty those of the idealists. '. Already the camera beats the draughts-* man in making the shapes, and it i* only in coloring that the painter has an , advantage. One of these days some- 1 ! body is going to startle the world and, destroy the entire profession of artists. : by a device for photographing colors accurately. "A German experimenter," said he to me, "has already succeeded in photographing yellows. Others meet with encouraging results. Hundreds of ex...

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Blowing I |i the Like. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Blowing I |i the Like. IChicaso Tribune.] "Talking about dynamite," said a friend of mine at the club, in connection with the Finerty matter, "I see some people have an idea that it takes a ton of dynamite to blow up a bridge. La»t Fourth of July I was at Evan^ton when a Professor Curtis—professor of something or other in the uuiversity— came to the lake shore with some dynamite cartridges and amused the crowd by blowing up the lake. In each cartridge he had some dynamite, about one-third as big as a lead pencil. He lighted a fuse that would burn under water and threw the thing out where the lake was about six feet deep. When it went off it threw a column of water at least a hundred feet into the air and killed the fishes for twenty yards around."

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Appealing to the KaUer. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Appealing to the KaUer. (Foreign Letter.] Each winter seven assessors of mercy are named to assist the royal minister of justice, at Berlin, whose duty it is to look over all the .appeals for mercy addressed to the emperor's private cabinet. The office is considered one of special honor and highly coveted. Few appeals come directly under the emperor's oye, but when one does it is usually returned with marginal notes in the sovereign's own hand, and, like Lincoln's notations, are invariably favorable to the applicant.

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Cologne Drinking [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Cologne Drinking [Chicago Barftld.J Froliiljiting liquor laws along the lower course of the L'ral river, in Russia, beinjj so 6trict as to prevent the sale of all distilled drinks, t c rich people havo taken to the consumption of cologne, one little town alone consuming about 200 bottles a year.

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A Cash of "Hail Iilooii." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

A Cash of "Hail Iilooii." [Clymer'B "Food ami Murals."] "A father, by prayer and precept and fogging, h;id done his best to reform his boy, whoso staple diet was meat and sausage and pie and cake at his meals, with lunch between. The family physician said to the father: 'If you will put a leech back of each of your boys ears once a week for a month, you will do more to reform him than your pleaching and pounding will do in a year. 1 Tho father asked for tho philosophy of this prescription. 'Why,' said the doctor, 'your boy has bad blood, and too much of it; ho must behave badiy or he would burst.' 'Then,' said his father, '111 change his diet from beef and pie to hominy and rui'k."' In three months thereafter a better boy of his age could not be found in the neighborhood. The acrid, biting, evil blood had not berome food for leeches, but it had done its wicked work and pawed away; and a cooler, blander, purer, ufer blood had boen supplied lrom sweeter, gentler food sources." The Jap...

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A Joke on rx-Tren«iiror I j [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

A Joke on rx-Tren«iiror I j Spinner, [New York Tribune.] Another story comes up of e\-Treai urer Spinner. Of course his curioJ signature on greenbacks made rilir " people desirous of obtaining it in JH other form, and ho received hundreds,/ requests annually 'or his nutograph'f' For a time he answ each on,. lna ,: autograph note, but the labor involve became so great that, finally ho had \i • printed form prepared running: "V.,,. request of such a date is hereby con. plied with." Then when an auto^rapi request came in ho simply siguod ;'' blank form and let it go at that. One day a tall, raw-boned eonntrj. man walked into his office. "Morning"' 1 said he. "Hood morning," said Spij ncr, looking up. "I come for thai place you promised me," said ttit &amp;gt; eon; tryman, after an awkward pans, ■ "lace.'" said Spinner, cro3sly; "I pr ODI iscd you no place." "Yes, you did, "in sisied the countryman, stoutly; "IV got your promise in your own hand writing." With that he hauled out ono...

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Tlie Sea of Galilee. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Tlie Sea of Galilee. [New Oka 8 Times-Democrat.] One of the first things for which I looked hero was the fishing industry: but I found it not. 1 here is evident!; only one sailing vessel on the lake, a:.' i ut a very small handful of clumsy ro\? boats. When one of these toatsgits out of order there is general consternation, it is said, for the art of shipbuilding is no longer known here. When we sent out our servant to-day with structions to procure Galileo fish for dinner be was unable to find a single .' fish in the market. ■ This is especiall. strange, inasmuch as I ha had positive evidence that the waters swarm with piscatorial life to-day, just an;the days when Christ called Galilean fishermen to his discipleship. let n'shing is still carried on here a small scale. Even last night I saw* boat push out to sea with nets aboar: as Simon did, no doubt, when he v... bound to "toil all night" at the sax; business. This leads me to guess or, at least, to hope, that the citi ens were n...

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Aeupunturo for Cholera. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Aeupunturo for Cholera. [Phrenological Journal.) According to a writer in nature, it ii claimed that a skillful Chinese physician can cure such diseases as imbecility, tits, cholera, etc. Very extraordinary cures are attributed to treatment!*' by acupuncture. This is first peformeirj in the hollow of the elbow of each aim If tie puncture draws blood it iij 1' thought that there is no danger, but if no blood appears the case is regarded »' very grave. But before abandoning the sufferer, puncture of the abdomen ii tried. Seizing a handful of flesh, the operator drives the needle through it: and then draws it i ackward and forwardi few times. If the patient manifest) any sense of pain, or if any blood is drawn, a poultice- of eggs find buck I Wheat-flour is applied over the puncture, I and recovery is regarded as almost cer- I tain; but if no pain is felt and no Hood I flows the case is do larod hopeless and the sufferer is usually loft to die. The Chinese explanation of this treat' J ...

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Ut-'l fill I>ruv!iiK-I{nnia Calk ;5 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Ut-'l fill I&amp;gt;ru\v!iiK-I{nnia Calk ;5 IChfeepo IleraM "Trail Talk."] "Those drawing-room ears . are juit I nice, ain't they?" said a giddy maiden "» lady who wore spectacles and a nose I that was tho very birthmark of it;B (luisitiveness. "And the front seat," I she continued, "is my choici of all tin I car. It is just too delightful for aaj- S| use." . "I should think the frout seat, right $ over the wheels, would bo the worst in I the car." "Oh dear no. You don't understand, 'v; The jolting is a little rough, sometimes, but those splendid windows right infat front. Ain't they exquisite? I can W»ps my own face, you know, and can sit!' and look straight ahead and see ttapt faces of everybody behind me and every- , thing everybody does without once turn- '■':, ing my head. It's splendid. Don't pi -! think so:" j

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Ceylon* l'carl Oyster Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

Ceylon* l'carl Oyster Industry. [Exchange.] The pearl oyster fishing season closed t.^ at Ceylon in October. Tl&amp;gt;e fisheryr-:. occupied twenty days, and on account J Of bad weather the fishing was very difficult. Tho oysters taken off Chili* I numbered 6;}ii,ouo, of which 614,000 I wen taken to Colombo and put up»' I auction and brought #20 per 1,000. 01 I the total sum realized one-third goes to I the divers, the remainder being i^'j government's share, which, however,* has to pay the expenses of the libber)' ti| I of about $2,500.

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The Very Siuallett. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 March 1885

The Very Siuallett. The most universally diffused orgs"' I ism in nature, the least size with vb»m wo are definitely acquainted, is so am*l'l that a 0,000,000 of them could lie ®ffl gether in 1-100 square inch. . Every soldier in the German arnfS who makes any attempt at »uioid«" sentenced to death.

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885

The Sausalito News. Voti mi; I. SATJSALITO: MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 188 D. Number 7.

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