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ON A GATE POST. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
ON A GATE POST. [Arkanuw Traveler.] I. Ambrose Xettleson lias what, he thinks is a valuable manuscript. He thinks so, doubtless, tjecausi! it record! a part ol his life, one night recently, while I was at his berate, lie brought out the manuscript and read it to nut. Although 1 did not ask permission, yet 1 do not feel that 1 violate hk confldenoe by giving, as nearly as 1 &lt;;m remember, the contents of the paper which he treasures with such affection: The prospect was uot cheerful, I was riding a horse across a country whose loneliness was as deep as a sigh which bes] eaks the long absence ol' some out;. Night was coining on and a storm was gathering its forces. A frightened owl flitted past me, screaming in my face. The time of year was when nature hesitates whether to continue winter or begin spring. My horse almost .shook mo off when he stopped and shivered. The owl screamed in my face again. Dead leaves, for a moment would whirl before me, and then fall, scattered and...
SAFES NOT SAFE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
SAFES NOT SAFE. Tin. Host of Thorn Koillly Opened by Ktpert &lt; i u-k»ni»-ii. llßostoii Globe.] "Are safes iiro and burglar proof? Well, that is rather a leading, or perhaps I should say, a misleading, question that you ask me." Thus replied a leading safo manufacturer to the query of tho reporter. "If you ask mo can safes be made fire-proof and burglarproof, or lire and burglar-]&gt;roof, then I answer you yos, for they are thus mado. Tho public at largo does not soem to fully comprehend what safos are for. Some safos are intended simply to resist tho ravages of (ire, for they aro meant to hold only documents and other articles that may be almost beyond valuo to their owner, but which are financially valueless to strangers, and hence have no temptations for tho ordinary burglar. Then there aro others that aro meant to resist the enterprising safe-breaker as well its the ravages of the tiro fiend." "It is claimed by some that any safo can be broken open." "So it can...
Bedouin "Wood" Vengeance. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Bedouin "Wood" Vengeance. [The Ontury.J The unwritten law of tho desort forbids any settlements around the wells, which are common to all. But two parties arrive at the same time at a well which is insufficient for both. A dis- ! pute arises aa to precedence; they come lo blows and a man is killed. The murderer flees l&lt;&gt; his tribe, and sends to offer the price of blood: for the avenging of blood iiis practiced by the ancient He brows exists in full force here, except that there are no "cities of refuge." If the family of the dead re use compensa tion, w.ir begins, and it may last for years each murder by one side demand ing retaliation by the other Hence it is thiit even when peace prevails in the desert, if two parties meet, both ball and send OUi a man or two to recon noiter and ascertain if there is blood be tween them,
A Highly Elevated Railroad. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
A Highly Elevated Railroad. | riiivnoloKical Journal.l The Pike's Peak railway, which will be in operation probably next year, will be tho most notable piece of track In the world. It will mount 2,000 feet higher than the Lima &amp; Oroya railway, in Peru. II is now in operation to ii point over 13,000 feet above the sea level. The entire thirty miles of its length will be a succession of complicated curves and grades, with no piece of straight track longer than 800 feet. The maximum grade will be 818 feel to the mile, and the average grade 270 foot. The lino will abound in curves from 800 to 1,000 feel long, In which the radius changes every chain.
Art M 1111 Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Art M 1111 Industry. [Tin* Ciirren'.j The Massachusetts bureau of labor and statist ics has undertaken to Investi gate the status of "art as an Industry.' This is the first effort evor made In the dinotion, and it to gratifying t'i perceive that the artist-vocation In tin* ['nited States has become Importflnl enough ti&gt; lustify Inquiry of this kind. A i&gt; &gt;st•&gt;i&gt; ifßWin'l WiHIiHM rlillunlhroj,/. IBoatoa Latter.] Mrs. Alice N\ Unoolo is 0116 of tho most energetic, practical and businesslike women in Boston. She is also one of the wealthiest. She linn a mag niflcent home on Commonwealth innuo, nnd possesses an lnoome of about $19,000 • year. She has always taken :i great interest in sanitary matters, and sinco the newspapers began their &lt; rusade against lilthy tenements sho has been running tenement houses in the wont parts of the city. The places were about to be vacated by the board Of health on account of their unheal...
Interrupting a M»iiniiiiii<-<iitn's Pibjm< [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Interrupting a M»iiniiiiii&lt;-&lt;iitn's Pibjm&lt; [KxcliaiiKf-l Mrs. Speody, in hor "Wandering* in the Soudan, relates tho following curious episode: After a long days march sho was ju.st settling herself down to sleep when her host, an Arab telegraph clerk, separated from her only by a thin partition, began to say his prayer* in a loud ring-songchaui. She remonstrated; for a time there was .silence; the was falling asleep when tho clerk began his prayers again. Again sho remonstrated, and again there was a brief silence, to be broken, alas! too soon by the indefatigable dork, who once more began saying his prayers "da capo," this timo faster than ever. It was like "speaking by machinery;" the whirr and buzz wore terrific. We learned next morning that our host belonged to a soct which obliged him to repeat his prayers aloud, and which also enjoined, as one of its most stringent rules, that tho voice of either a woman, a donkey, or a dog, if hoard at any tim...
When a Whale In Strurk. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
When a Whale In Strurk. I Detroit Free Press. I Immediately upon a whalo boing harpooned, ho sounds, that is, goM Under water ut lightning speed, us dOM alsn the lino to which ho is attached, making it nocessary to throw water upon it to proven t it from taking flro from tho friction. It has been claimed that whales can run at a speed of a milo a minuto. Thoy cannot remain long bolow, but must come up to breathe. When a whalo is struck, the boatstcerer is relieved by the header, and be mans tin- steering until tho whale turns UDj when a whalo dies his belly turns uppermost. Then the boats are- all fastened together, the sails hoisted and then commences a long, tedious pull. You might, think they would lay to and let the ,-hip como up. Tho ship does come up as fast as it can, but it has to beat up, for whales invariably run to windward and oftentimes a boat is miles away from tho ship when a prize is captured. Not frequently darkness overtakes them a long way from their berths.
Kurd Times In Japuu. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Kurd Times In Japuu. [Times-Democrat. ] The present hard times and industrial depression prevailing throughout Europe also affect Japan, where some of the thrifty inhabitants have taken economical domestic measures. Bound Osaka and in some parts of southern .Japan the people have subscribed to a strict code of regulations, oi tailing fines iv case of breaking the rules. They agree that urt three persons shall drink together, that tea shall replace all expensive beverages at wedding eerenionieF, that at funerals only the relatives of the decoased shall take refreshments, and that all shall make their own sandals. All other rites and ceremonies involving exponso are torn porarily suspended.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Dr. Win. Jen/duo.son, PHYSIC 1 ,V TST A US AL ITO, Gal. HEPBURN I YIL KINS Attorney at Law. Office — Gordon's Bank Building, San Rafael. A . LAWRENCE, DISAI-EH IN Groceries, P©visions and Clothing, Wines, Liquors, ;. ; • Cigars and GENERA L F A MIL V BVPPL I X S. kPBICES HEASONABI.K. The public patronage BollcitoS— atari Ciladonia Avenue B»iißaliti&gt;. A. LAVIIRIf CE. ~~ OYSTER GROTTO! ":: -'■'■ "•■•■" ! Oysters Cooked in Every Style. j "Private Orders Filled. • General Restaurant i business Conducted. H|i«vinl facilities for tourists. Bar furnished with the bent liquors ill the State. Rev porches and lunch arbors construct ed over the Bay, affording a magnificent water plow, Water St. - '— ; ?:\! Sausalito. ANDREW NICHOLAS, mot: J. LOEIAN, ' — KEEI'S A FIRST-CLASS-Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. —BEST OF— "Wines, VMI Liquors, ■ _■ - and Cigars, "Pool Table : CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. Corner Caladonia Avenue and "Water Avenue, - SAUS^LITO - - Cal
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
MRS &amp; Sill, .... DIALERS IN.'.". . Groceries, Clothing, Wines LIQUORS, j CIQ-ABS. We can compete with city ; firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS&amp;SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SATJSALITO LIVERY SUABLE I Turnouts, Saddle Horses, etc., FURNISHED AT REASONABLE RATES. Express run to all points In Sauaalito. ....ALSO.... DEALER IN-. WOOD COAL. WATER St., ;-■ " SAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, , " J'lMl'iiltTOß. LISBON Of ELI SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. OPPOSITE BAILBOAD DEPOT Meals at all Hours. BOAED AND LODGI G1 BEST WOES AND LIQUORS. M. SANTAS &amp; J. S. DEAVEL. , PROPRIETORS. .^ NICHOLAS SEASE, . . . .PKOPKIETOR . . . -&gt;- •- • . ■ -\ i I (^g. SALOON . .AMD . • • • • WAITING ROOMS! ..OPPOSITE.. FERRY WH A Ii F, SAUSALITO, - Cal. I keep on band a well tel«ot«d stock of liquors, nativa and imported vines, cigars, etc. Give me a call. . NICHOLAS SEASE. a". TiHIOIMIJLS, PROPRIETOR— PION BARBER SHOP, OPPOSITE Railroad Wharf, Sawalito...
CAPITAL AND LABOR. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
CAPITAL AND LABOR. Our immediate dangers, as a nation, are evidently to come from our material prosperity, not from race or religion, as some suppose. Race and religion have, from time immemorial, been the chief disturbing factors in society, but we may trust to the completeness of the separation between Church and State, and to the all-absorbing power of the democratic spirit to relieve us forever from these dangers. Our material prosperity, as in all similar cases in former times produces in society two apparently opposing interests — combination of capitalists on the one hand, and a combination of workingmen on the other — and these seem to be hostile to each other because it is supposed that the capitalists mean to oppress and defraud the workingmen. The gulf between the two opposing interests is becoming wider, deeper and blacker from day to day. The feelings thus aroused by these antagonistic interests are being carried into politics and strenuous efforts will be made from tim...
A Orra] Hta'i Hrart< [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
A Orra] Hta'i Hrart&lt; The late Isaac N. Arnold, in the Uografhy of Abraham Lincom, which be lived 10 tcnipleto, though no* to we En print, givw tbfie litvlo touching proofs of the giiait lean's tenderness of heart: "While Lincoln was serving as a i«pta!u in the Black Hawk war an old and half starving Indian strayed into the camp of his company, allot whose membtei were exusi-ernted . by the barbarities lately perpetrate an the sottbrs, and -"in ■ of whom, like Lincoln himself, bad lost near relatives at ill ■ hands of the savage. In a frenzy (if blind rage the soldiers refused to recogniza the Indian's "safe conduct," and ha 1 cocked their muskets, determined to dispatch htm, when Lincoln rushed forward, knocked up th; pieces, and declared the man should not bo killed. But the mob' passions were aflame, and for some mom it seemed likely tint Lincoln and his protege would be both shit down. After a pKUXJ the militia lowered their weapon* and sulleuly turned away. "1 never,"...
t'tiililrf.i aii'l Tn-i—Frog*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
t'tiililrf.i aii'l Tn-i—Frog*. [PhiUili-lphia fall.) "When I v.as a small boy I heard a minister say: "Children are like liitle tire-frogs." I wondered what he could mean by snofa words as these, for I could see no resemblance between children and tree-frogs. "It is said," remarked tho minister, "that tho tree-frogs become the color of the bark of whatever kind of a tree they are on. Little boys and girls are liko thorn in this way; they partake of tho habits of the children with whom they keep company. If the p!ay with bad children, they will be likely soon to form thosaincbad habits which they practice."
Jackson's Generosity. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Jackson's Generosity. fJlazazine of American History.] It seems that the young man whoso estate Gen. Jackson had administered, on taking possession of it when of ago, and on examining the accounts thereto appertaining, had not found the customary charges which administrators tiring in for their services, and had expostulated with Gen. Jackson for the omission. The answer is worthy of tho man; it bears date May 28, 1826. "I have no charge," he says, "against your estate; I never charged an orphan one cent for either time or expense, and I am sure I will not becin with you."
Ills Loss Her Gain. . [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
Ills Loss Her Gain. . [Harper's Bazar.] Two ladies wore discussing their husbands, and one had just said that her husband had become very cross of late. "Ah," said tho other, with a sigh, "I am sorry to say that mine does not lose his temper more than onco a year." "And pray why do you say , you are sorry for that?" • "Because ho always makes mo a present of a handsome, dress after a quarrel." . —;Tho Boston Journal tells how ■ lady in the Hub cured herself of snoring. "She attached to her eye-glasses," it says, "a small metallic spring, on the end of which is a wheel made of gauze. This wheel connects with a small ostrich feather, ami the heavy breathing of the snorer starts the wheel ami the feather tickles the ear."
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. BELLRUDE'S StablE! • • STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERY DESCBIPTI O IT FUKM3HED AT REASONABLE HATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All poiwlble pains taken to accommodate customers. ' • . J. S. BELLBUDE, Prop; .■ .&gt;' "-.".,..;:, ■•■' : .■ SAUSALITO, - - Cal. . SCHNELL'S ; ; S A. L O O IST ! (ft&amp;a&amp;J THE BEST OF UHrT"lil' Wines, Liquors, . AND ' Cigars. private Waiting Room ATTACHED. WATER STREET, Sausalito, Cal. JACOB SCIINELL, - Prop.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
EL MONTE. Hotel "El Monte!" SAUSALITO, - Cal. t ....THIS.... FIBS T-CLASS HOTEL! ....OFFERS EVERY.... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED .... AND.... Spacious Rooms. -' ' - ! Table the very Best! ': i ■ i —EXTENSIVE IMPROVED - 1 : '■■"■"! GROUNDS. i ' ■ hJWYI TEIJIJIS, COURTS, ■ ■ ■»■ — ■ • ■• — j i . - ■... .. ■ ; ,';.. j Croquet Yards ....AND....; ' :■"-. '' '': ■ " ■ other Outsides Games! - ;. . ... ■ ■ ■ '. ■ "'-: I i ■ BILLIARD ROOMS ....AND BAB 1N.... Separate Buildings. .... THE FINEST.... Land and Water VIEW IN THE STATE. TERMS MODERATE. J. E Slinkey, proprietor.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 9 April 1885
MISCELLANEOUS. A. R. SILVA'S RESTAURANT and SALOON. w Meals at all Hours. BAB Supplied with Best of EvekyTIIIXO. Opposite Hail road Wharf. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. A. R. Silya, Prop. W. A, WILLIAMS, — Pbopbibtob— Yacht House RESTAURANT and Boarding House. Serves Every Sunday the Best Clam Chowder in the State. Give me a call. '".'..■ ■ ■ • ■ ■.■...• W. A. WILLIAMS, Proprietor. OLD SAUSALITO. WILD WOOD GLEN ! 3OTEL TOD PIGI]IC G-EOIJNDS ! This Picturesque spot lias been put in thorough repair by the Proprietor. The Hotel has been largely refurnished. The Bar attached to Picnic Grounds, Stocked with best wines and liquors. Thers is no more charming MM) within fifty luilta of San I'rauciacu. EDWARD BTAILL, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. TAMALPAIS ; HOTEL ! Opposite Railroad Wharf SAUSALITO, - - Cal. BOARD and LODGING ..BV THE.. DAY, WEEK, OR MONTH, At Reasonable Rates. The Bar is Supplied with Good Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Thomas &amp; Marshall, Pkoviuetors. Teams, Saddle • Horses, ETC...