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AN ECCENTRIC GENIUS. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
AN ECCENTRIC GENIUS. DONN PIATT TELLS OF HIS MANY QUEER WAYS. Making II!» Own Clothes In a Parisian Ourrct—Artist, Courier and Farmer — The Good Work of Ills Patent Ghost. [Original.] David Broderick Waleutt, the artist, who lately die&lt;l in the cars while on the way from St. Louis to his home, near Columbus, 0., was a man of genius and very eccentric ways. 1 first knew him at Paris, France, where he was at work in the galleries of paintings, perfecting himself in that divine art. How he got to Paris was as much a mystery as how ho lived after his arrival. It was said be worked his way over tho Atlantic as a soaniau in a sailing vessel, and I discovered that he not only copied pictures to improve himself, but he sold the copies to replenish his purse. This would have Ih&gt;cii a hazardous undertaking for any other than Walcutt. lie was not working for a name, as most artists so situated are; he was making a living while pursuing his profession. His keen knowledge o...
THE PERILS OF THE OLEANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
THE PERILS OF THE OLEANDER. Burdette Paints Them With Fidelity to the Truth. [Original.] The oleander contains a deadly poison in its leaves and plants, and it is a dangerous plant for the parlor or dining room. But it is far more dangerous about half-way down the basement stairs, when it has nearly attained its full growth and lives in a large iron-bound green tub and weighs about 98,000 pounds. The l&gt;otanists sooin to have overlooked tub ilaipcrous quality of the pernicious oleander. But nil men, whose wives liave kept. ole:iiiders, know the perils of that pern ii iou- and deadly shrub twice a year—when it has to '.'tl brought into the house and when it is taken out again. A man who can ■nounafully get a half-grown oleander down n flight of stnir.i can carry away d bank safe. To him who in the love of nature holds communion with the oleander and her tub, she speaks a varied language, and causes him to uttorin the atne accents, but as the mildest variety iM unfit tor pub...
WHO READS STORIES? [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
WHO READS STORIES? WHAT THE WORLD OF FICTION IS TO THE REAL WORLD. The Streak of Sentiment tliut ioftefU ml Iliiiniiiiltv—Growing Toting by Heading About Young People. [Original.] It is a mistake to suppose that the majority of men and women do not care to read stories. There is a streak of sentiment in almost every heart, and it feeds upon fiction. Often the fare is poor and meager; but it is hungrily consumed, even if it does not satisfy. The cardine requirements of human beings demand something that deals with the affections. It is not only the young and romantic who turn to the three-column story in the daily or weekly newspaper for emotional pleasure, Thomo&gt;-t withered lawyer or cash lmi&lt;l:iicd banker, whoso heart— his neighbor* think— turned to parchment years (igo, goes through the little rOBUmOe, eutitled "Jasper's l.r.a.\"' or "Margery's Vow," with n zest that would astonish his friends and bii family if (hey only knew it. But they don't know it. Ha ta...
A i-iiino Cur. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
A i-iiino Cur. [Bxchanis. i A piauoforte railroad car is being built in Uii'mingham, England, for the London &amp; Northwestern railway. "Appliances will l»! provided by which tfie sound of the carriage wheels will be (leadeiieil, so as loprescrvo the harmony of tho music"
REPULSED. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
REPULSED. [UrigliuU.] HE. The half-made kiss that mocks the sight Upon thy pouting lips Be mine, and thine, these jewels bright No lips but thine eclipse. And airy lace Love's hand shall place Around thy neckof snow ; Each (limy thread would win to grace , An angel frWii below. And pearls would make a queen forsuko Her country, crown and all; From Beauty's trembling ear shall shake Their colors magical. And seasoned wine with spell l&gt;enign Shall teach thee to forget An error, by love's word divine, In Hill ill music set. SHE. The glass you till fear not to spill; Alas! your seasoned wine Is growing green on field and hill Beside the rolling Rhine. Your pearls await some diver bold On Cororaaudel's coast, And fairies mold in cave and wold . . , ■ The rubies poets boast. And law to try a spider's eye, Or silt a sunbeam's rays, ■ " ' ' ' Provokes a visionary sigh (it »t 11; That well the gift repays. . . . i! i ■ ■.i a- i I With all your wit ill have you hit A loyal lover's ...
The Statesman's Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
The Statesman's Fashion. rvvashinifttm Letter.) Mr. Kvarts introduced into Washington what is railed the stateinan's fashion of wearing silk hats. He wears his hat cloar over on tho back part of his hoad at an unglo of forty-flvo degrees. Ho then brings it forward at this angle until it pushes out his ears at right angles from bis head. There aro a great many statesmen now who wear their hats in the same way. A man in pulilic hta who wears a new shiny hat right side front and ftsquarely on his head U considered a man of no promise and with the certainty of an obscure future before him. Most of the leading justices of the «u-. preme court wear their hate upon the backs uf their heads. Senator Jones, oue of tho great constitutional lawyers in thu *iuatt&lt;, always wears his hat very much upon the back of in* head, and always wrung side before. President Arthur ruined all chance for bU administration at tho very start. He wore , new, shiny hats and he always put them on straig...
Rosacrans and the Dutchman. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
Rosacrans and the Dutchman. Lloter Ocean's "Curbstone Crayons."] "One evening Rosecrans came to me and said in a droll way," 1 wish "you would tajco me over and introduce me to that Dutchman on guard at the further gate. He stops me whenever I attempt to come in after dark, and when I explain that lam (top, Kosbcrans he always exclaims: "Dot is too thin. Anybody can say dot to ma I vas not been a soldier for noting*. If you was Rogecrane why you not have the countersign, hey?" I think I ought to be introduced to him.' After the matter was explained the Dutchman yielded ttia point, but he always coptended that Rosecrana was wrong."
Not Very Uensltlve. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
Not Very Uensltlve. [Texas Siftlngß.l "I'se gwinter quit I has to look up auodder place," said Uncle Mose to his employer, a wealthy merchant of Austin. '•What's the matter with you, Undo Mose?" "De bizness manager has not kicknd me in de las two iniiml'-i. Not unce has he lifted his foot agin me." "I ordered him not to kick you again. 1 don't allow anything of that kind in this establishment. 1 intend that nobody shall hurt your feelings, Uncle Mose." ■ Kf I don't get no kicks Iso gwinter quit." "Are you crazy? Do you want to be kicked and cuffed about?" "Yes, sab, I does. Gbery time de. bizuesH manager kicked mo or cuffed, my oars when he was mad, he got ashanlod of bisself aiUr ward, and gub me a quarter. I'sq dope lost enough money already, wid dts head foolish ness about hurtin' my feelings."
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
J. THOMAS, PROPRlETOR PIONEER BARBER SHOP. OPPOSITE Railroad Wharf, Sausalito, Cal, A . LAWRENCE, DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, Cigars and GENERAL FAMILY SUPPLIES. PRICES REASONABLE. The public pntrull Re solicited—Store C'.lmlonitt Avenue Saiisuhto. A. rjAWllB"(03. OYSTER GROTTO! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. Private Orders Filled. General Restaurant business Every Style, Private Orders Filled. General Restaurant business Conducted. Special facilities for tourists. Bar furnished -'&gt;*y with the bent liquors In tha State. Hear . -f) porches and lunch arbors construct eil ov.t dm li.i.v, affording * magnificent water plow. ater St. "- ' - Sausalito. ■ ANDREW NICHOLAS, prof. |jj. LcmiAJsr, —KEEPS A. FIRST-CLASS - Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. —BEST OF- . Wines, Liquors, and Cigars, Pool Table CARD ROOMS ]«"'. AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. ■ Corner Cttladonin Avenuo and Water Avenue, US AUTO - - Cal.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
The closing act has come in the old Reed ranch land suit. In accordance with Secretary Teller's recent decision signed by President Arthur against the present occupants of the land, they must immediately vacate the premise or become its tenants or otherwise suffer eviction by the wealthier suceessful litigants. What matters though nearly all their lives have been spent improving these lands, that their children have been born and have grown to manhood and womanhood in the dear old homes. One or two perhaps not infallible politicians say, "Begone!" and all must go from cherished ties and surroundings they had always felt to be their own. The Kashows, who for about thirty years have lived on their Tiburon property, are now preparing to vacate and remove to San Francisco, and are selling off all their stock. Many others must follow their example or meet the inexorable alternative. The attorneys for the occupants in advising them to vacate stated that in a single day an order of ejectme...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
EL 2IOXTE. Hotel "El Monte!" ■ SAUSALITO, - Cil. .. . THIS . . . FIRST-CLASS HOTE L I ' OFFERS KYKIiY.... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED AMI Spacious Rooms. ■ Table the very Best I —EXTENSIVE 1M rrtOVED — GROUNDS. ljm i? yen\\ i g, COURTS, _ m Croquet Yards ... .AND other Outsidcs Games! BILLIARD ROOMS ....AND BAB 1N.... Separate Buildings. ■.;.'. finest— Land and Water VIEW IN THE STATE. TERMS MODERATE. J. E Slinkey, proprietor. DtAS I SUVA, ... .DEALERS 1X.... Groceries, Clothing, Wine s LIQUORS, CIGhA-I&amp;S. We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS &amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. ; SAUSALITO, - - Cal.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
I B. BELLRUDE'S ■ StablE! B'i.'Vl&gt;l-l t . TURNOUTS ! - 01 rvr.nv DBSOBIPTI O IT FURXiSHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. 4 All pMMtfcfo pains taken to accommodate customer*. J. S. BELLRUDE, Prop. SAL'S A!,! TO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S . S A. L O O IST ! Wines, Liquors, AND Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. • \V A T Elt STIIE E T, Sausalito,Cal. JACOB SCIIXELL, - Prop. FioisrEiEinß; BOAT HOUSE! BAUSALITO, • - - Cat.. . .A LAEOE TAUIETJ OY BPLEKDID. . WIIITKUAI.L, FISHIKO and llcirnNo Boats. The ki'gu soil vuiut'i'italilu riiiiit'e-r, MERMAID Wllh «ii 'xpcrionciil I'lshi'rmnu in ch'.ir :&lt;-, (-.'■!! bo cngiigcil to tulio partlca to tboFlsbiag OroumJs. Siwirlßinrn r.iiil l'lrasuro Scekerfi will find this tho in' ■; complete Dostloa »nd Flailing BcUblUbnutDt ill tin: vicinity of B'm FrHiiclHCO. A.liirj^o Assortment of Fishing Poles, Fishing Tackle, Hooks, Sinkers, l!:iit, Etc., Etc., Constantly on Hand. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
miscellaneous: * A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. .? Bab Supplied with BeSTOF EVERYTHING. Opposite Railroad Wharf. BAUSALITO, - - OaL A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A. WILLIAMS, —Pbopbietob— Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Skbves Eveky Sunday tub lion Clam CItOWDKB in the State. Giro me a call. ■ W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN! I}O JJ?EL yip P161J16 GBQUNDSI This Picturesque »pot lias been put in thorough repair by tin. 1 Proprietor. The Hotel lias been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds) Stocked with best wines and liquors. Tluto la no mow PbannlDfi rrsort within fifty milts of San Frnuoisco. EDWARD STAIIL, I'rop. SAUSALITO, - - Cul. TAMALPAIS HOTEL! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING Br the.. DAI", WEEK, OB MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, &lt;;•■■■&gt; Pkofuietoks. ' . - . • Teams, I Saddle Horses, ET...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
ELLANEOt'S, I 1 i - ) ——DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE! Groceries Crockery, Dry Goods ■* Hardware TINWARE, BOOTS and SHOES, BLANKETS, LIQUOR, TOBACCO aw) CIGARS. . , '.i; "Goniis Dkutereo to au parts of Sausalito FBKS of CiiAK'.::. *■ I have a now, carefully selected nnd oomplete lino of general merchandise and am Belling a city rates. Th« jmlillo patronag* la rocpcetfull/ culli'iM. Stand, Wateu St., Sausalito, " F. FIEDLER, Pkop. SAUSALITO LIVELY :/IBIiE! Turnouts; Saddle Horses, etc, FURNISHED .AT REASONABLE RATES. Express run to all' 2X&gt;()iii' s in Sausaltto. ....ALSO.... DEALER'IN WOOD COAL WATER St.,; T~ SAUSALITO. : ■ GEO. W. SMITH, Pbophietoi SA.TJSj^XjITO News Depot AfiK.VT FOR ALL THE SAN FEANCISCO DAILIES and GENERAL I'll LICATIOXS OF THE UNITED STATES. I Keep*' on hand a Stock of I STATIONERY and GENEKAIi SUPPLIES of that DESCRIPTION. Storo in Postoffice Bnilding, I WATER St, - SAUSALIT' 1 | JOHN SCHNELL, - -._j^J Dr. Wm. JenninjJsonM PHYSICIA SAUSALITO, Cal. M<...
N.P.C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
N.P. C. RAILWAY. TIME-TABLE Commencing NOV. 17, 1884 Vrom San Francisco for Sausalito &amp; San kalac! WiiLK jjAi.-. 81 *?*}"! ■,00 I 5.10 li in B.OOain S.UU p m • . ll.;iuam 1&gt;«B lu.uun mi I *.15 pui | l.»uam Vrem Ban Rafael for Sausalito &amp; San Francisco . T (J,™ I p m : 7.53 a m I U.UOpm jH; i Hr*" 1 ass y From Seusalito for tan Francisco. 't WKJtKCAXB, »l M'AU'Y, " 843 urn I l.uupm I MO am I 1- UO iuo ■liaw y..&gt;j i» in lU.SOKUI I ».Uopm %m I. in s..wi)iu || r ..°-'.; l'"' , Extiu Ulp u'i Buturiiuy li»oi Bauaalitu .i.l. J.i.j 1"» XBBODUB liIAIKH. ■30 and 3.l3pin 4aUjr,§aud«y»oiCßpte.l,Tlirough HEiiih from buiiltutuei lot Uuucuu Mills ami w;o i,Utl"'iß Thrjiißli Trails rrum Duncan -Mills ai UTts in San I'l'''l-1 "' 8.40 am and 6.0U l&lt;m■TAdl COSSEOriONS. ■f tnues Ichvo Liiuii-an Mills every morning excop 'Muuiluy i,,r Stownrt'l I'jiut, (iu»l»U, Poiul ANim Cull'oy'ii Covo, &gt;uvuuo, MfUaociuu City, Ua*P«l' jiif&gt;...
San Francisco & North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
San Francisco &amp; North Pacific. TIME-TABLE. Tt" DAILY EXCEPT SUNUAYS. Boat I.vs 8. F. 7 Hi v in Truiu Lv» S. 1!. a iv "» .. •• 1) 10 am 8.00 a m 9.. &lt;• " a,I jo yin " " " ID.TOMUI lii •' " 6,00 pm " " " ».40i&gt;m ;H].i &lt;■ .. p ii. " ■; '• COS pin ■ -.' SUNDAYS ONLY. Boat lit S. P. 8.(10 »ni Trulu lye S. R. 8.1 am m " •' io..11) «iv " " " li.4i)niu Jij ii ■• iv! " " '• 3.4.1 pin lii " " 2 30pm " " " i.OU l) in n .. •&gt; .00 li hi I " " " 6.03 v'"
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 March 1885
- Fishing by moonlignt has been very successful this week at Sausalito. Geo. J. Hood has thrown up his contract on the seawall, and Mr. John Schnell himself will now finish the job. Capt. D. A. MacDonald chief of the Caledonian Club, was here this week to see about getting a picnic ground for their picnic in May next. W. F. Magee has commenced suit against the North Pacific Coast Railroad for $21,000 damages, for breaking plantiff's leg in a collision. Commander E. H. Harrison has been spending a great deal of time and money in laying out his grounds on Nob Hill, and is contemplating the erection of a fine mansion. - Another welcome shower of rain fell last night to the amount of :11 of an inch. The shower of last Week was .58 and the total fall for the season to date at Sausalito has been 16.58 inches. Robert George, Secretary of the Sausalito Land and Ferry Company is going to build a house on the side of the hill above Con. O'Leary's property and intends to live over here in the ...