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rurd'l Old 111.litre. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

rurd'l Old 111.litre. jOor. riiilailelpfiiii Tlmm.| Tho projected retnoral of tho medical museum from Ford's old theatre opens the question as to what will be done With the building after tho change is made. Why not rate it to the ground and lvi ild an cii' I tiring monument to mark the spot where tho foulest crime of the century was committed/ <iui teau h bones were boiled and scraped and polished in this building, and his horrid skeleton articulated and hung up us a warning to future assassins. llio autopsy on the romains of th« second president who met a violent death waa, I think, held in this builditt,'. A pisos) of Booth's body is preserved Intjn.* museum, along with upwards <-i 20,000 specimens, illustrating tho wound:? and diseases of war. 160,000 books and pamphlets are scattered around its walls, all on the subject of medicine. It is truly a cramming plaeo for young gentlemen who havo just ivceived tuoir sheepskins, and 1 recommend the recent graduate...

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i;uglj CuJls or ilnt i:iiijlLs!i Aruij. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

i;uglj CuJls or ilnt i:iiijlLs!i Aruij. [GMMtt*l Kuniily MltltiM ] Considering the length of some of the culls, it may surprise tho read** to bear that thero are only flvo dlff' "TOt noUM played on tho buglo, :uid thvdgh that. Is the case tho language of tho Instrument is not at all limited. A UogusffO with only flvo words might i.. th nmhi easy to learn, and yet tho different ar raugements of these words (ienteueei* as 1 may call them; aro endless. It i>. indeed, a very necessary part of a s ildier"s t. iinin.g to learn tho langu.t;: • of tho bugle and even unmußiefl men soou acquiro it. For, in the first place, thu samo calls sound much about the mrbmi each day -ti hungry recruit, for iv stance, does not take long to r ••d^nV.-e tho dinner bugle, nor does tho earoleiw soldi(sr forget tho summons to exitn drill, much as ho might wish to d > sa Tho men in their barrack rooms, 100, often BMOoiate words with tliu not.., of tho bugle, and that is a help to remeni ...

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Tlio WiMhliißton Muiiiiinent in Peril. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

Tlio WiMhliißton Muiiiiinent in Peril. [Kmtll »eriiiK anil >lliiliik Journal! It appears that the Washington m'on unient is, alter all, founded on quick sand. Since this assertion is based ujhmi the report of Col. lasey, the engineei who has rocently received such exaggerated praise for strengthening the I'oiin dations, tharo can bo no doubt of It* truth. What must be thought of such a piece of engineering? It appear.* (hat; uothing but the weight of tho soil over; laying this two feet thick bed of quicksand prevents the monument froa; squeezing the sand out from undei' it; and should it do this a littlo more oi» one side than tho other, the nioniunciit Miight fall. This is certainly a serious matter, and should recoive prompt. jittontion if the facts be as represento.l i>v Col. Casey. Would not this be a suit a*)le condition for the use of the Poutscli freezing process for »nkicg Ihrougl) quicksand.' '<U

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__^ .Tile lowest TemperuTu're. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

__^ .Tile lowest TemperuTu're. lExcliansre.] The lowest recorded temperntui - U!)3 degrees below iero Fahr. - has Immu produced by Olszewski by vapor]'.ia; liquid nitrogen mider low prMsta'e. Liquid carbon monoxide gave 805 l«'!o\v '.ero, and liquid oxygen Mo|.

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ASTROLOGY IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

ASTROLOGY IN BOSTON. Lite Ocoult Starry Science Belle veil la by ' n <irenl Jinny People. j [Boston Herald.] A gentleman who has given somo at- j tendon to the matter, not an astrologer I lor a believer in. tho science, said the i other d;i>: \Vo know now many things j rcfrardiTi'^ tho stars that 100 years ago I were iinV': own to tho savants of Eu- , rope, though tho occult adepts. of Hindostau probably had the matter at their linger*' ouds r.t iv period when Kuropo , was spar.wly peopled l>y semi-ltiiumu BAVagea iiiut cavo bears. We vow know j thai- tho uiagnetio.storm*.iu>^4l*B /.sun- i aff,- thu htaltii of the entire r bncian population of our globe, and j th:ii. whether boing born under ■ cet'tnin astronomical signs has anything I to do willi oharacter and destiny or not, it still remains true that powerful ; calicos 90,000,00!) miles away determine | whot lv t- many thousands of men shall i lire or die. The sun is the greatest star o...

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Wlmt Ear* Imllvnte. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

Wlmt Ear* Imllvnte. HarptT'B Uaxar.) Large, fleshy ears, esjiecially thoso • which have tho lobes of tho ears red, sliowVnarseneaH of nature and MUUI- | it\. If the cars stand forward i-.o as to J show t.'wir entire form when tho face is ! Men from tho front, it denotes rapacity 1 aud cruelty. Ears closo to the head 1 show refinement and susceptibility. Long-shaped but small cars indicate reliiKinenl; a very small ear close to tho \ head shows delicacy of perception, ren::einent, but also timidity. The ears lif set in "sloping a direction show timidity; if too upright, animal instiucts, courage amounting to cruelty, especially if they obtrude out from the head. A thin car shows delicacy; and poetry of feeling; a thick ear tho reveres. A wide Bunco between tho wint of tho note and tho hole sbowa OMHMMH of naturo; too little space meanness find coldness of. tomperament. -Kara of h deep red color show animal instincts; porfoctly colorlett ears denoto timidity , and want of warmth of .t...

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Tiinii.fly Statsd."" [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

Tiinii.fly Statsd."" J.'lratltehoro Household.] There never WH a better exaiuj)l« of tho concise form of expression common to real western Americans than the answer of tho man of tho iSiorras, who, when H^ked-about the character of a neighbor, replied, "Mister, 1 don't know j very much about him; but my impres- | sion is that he'd make a iirst-clasi ; ! straugor." |

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STREET CAR ETIQUETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

STREET CAR ETIQUETTE. j U It l» Obi«rr«H liy th« luhsbltanU vf the Cre»eeut City. IBlukely iiall i i riiilailni) hia Prem.J Streel car t>ti<iue.Uo hero is ver/»trict. The men are extremely polite, and I have not vet seen 11 woman staudin" iv a ear white a seat was occupied bj a man.. What •truck me M being most remarkable wa* the universal poTlteneM wltli which all women aro treated. if an old, awkward and ragged negress climbs into a ihreeor four men ar» on their feet at once, offering her their WatK.nnd tho i*\\>. ia'paMed up to th» , 4ib;t,witb. as auuth courtesy *s a I duchest couM desire, (t is a fact, that young ; women afe hot ono whir more" politely | treated than their older and' plaiuer si*I Icr.s. ' But tho graoioumus shown 10 uegreiMCS is very striking to visitor*. I'.y tho way, you nevur bear ol a nt>gn» t>r hegress'ne're—everything 'is nigger, nigger-man ov nigger-woman, even by the most punctilious of talkers. , s...

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Collflgo l»ropertjs [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

Collflgo l»ropertjs (Hhlladnlphia I i>-.- , Fifteen states iv the I'niuu < ui*»uj university and college property to tuo value o" f 1, 000,000 or over. The j*rat«ri In tiiis respect rank as follows: New York, $7,839,188; Pennsylvania, #4,---838,0l>9; Ohio, |2,80»,234; Missouri, 99,791,000; Illinois, $3,601,000; Martsachnsetts, |S,MJ,Of7; California, |I,< 921,000; Virginia, $1,650,000; Tennessoe, $1,588,741; Connecticut; |1,409,«30; .Michigan, #1,880,984; Iowa,'(1,878,000; Rhode Island, 1,^30,000; Diatciet of Columbia, #1,200,000,- and -Indiana, |I,W 00. The state having the lowost is Delaware, which has buts»o,<MMi invested in schools of a high grade.

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origin of "To «Sn Nimeks." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

origin of "To «Sn Nimeks." |>ew OiiemiH Tiniet-Democrat.] During the prevalence of the gnjat plague in London, 1885, t' ro wa« Notorious body-soHrcher, or plunderer, of dead men's clothe*, etc., uame<4 Snacks. Tho progress of the disease su rapidly increased his business that h« found moro upon his hands than hw could conveniently perform, and therefore offorod half his profits to any ouo who would nssist him iv his hardened occupation. They who aocepted his offer wore haid to go with Snacks. Hence the origin of tha exproßsion.

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Veldo luiiallt V.twj .Se»»n v»»r». I [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

Veldo luiiallt V.twj .Se»»n v»»r». I [K«w York Times.] In Japan earthquakes have had a very noticeable irfluenco in determining tiu» nature of tliu buildings. Architecture, JM ÜBdorttood in other parts "of the world, may 11 said to havo haiilly auy existence there. In conseauence of the fro iuont shakings to whicn the house* aro 'subjected it is said that the great city of Yoddo has to be practically rebuilt on an average every KeTdn year*. Fiio almost invariably follows a great caitli'iuako iv Japan.

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i iir ktirtiilly iv •T«rusaleut. . [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

i iir ktirtiilly iv •T«rusaleut. . >t"\ OrleuM Tiiiii*UemociatJ A new < liristian church is about t« be built in Jerusalem. The German* lihvo obtained possession of the site o( tli.'ancient hospital of the Knights of .St. John, and arrangement* ha-e been Diada for the erection of a German ProttMliiiit church. In"this cradle centra of Christianity are to bo found (ireeki-, Romanists and Protestants; and Jeriuidem presents in miniature divided rhriHtendom. .

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

fDr. Wm. Jenningson, ■ PHYSICIAN SAUSALITO, Cal. y A. " LAWRENCE, DEALER IX-— ! Groceries, Povisions and Clothing, | Wine^ Liquors, Cigars and " { GENER A L FAMI L 7 ■ s v r i' L i c PKICKH KKASO»ABJ.!C. I Tb« pobllo p§tronnn« Bollcitad—Stor* CaladonU Artnue Sautahto. ; A. LA WHENCE. I OYSTER I GROTTO! I Oysters Cooked in Every Style. . Private Onhra FilOd. i[Genersl Reataurant business m Conducted. •n<clil facililtien for touiiatii. B»r fmnlshed with the bcht liquor» In the State. Hear 'VJr** porches aud luncli arbors roußtruct-*i>-'t «id ov«r the bay affordiiig a msuninolfut water viev. Water £>t.. • • Samcil'ito. ■>> '^ANDBE W NICHOLAS, i-rov. Hjvloeian, -KEEPS k riBST-CLASS-Saloon and Recreation ROOMS. -BEST OF— fivVines, . | Liquors, and Cigars, 3?ool Table ;„ CARD ROOMS AND OTHER ATTRACTIONS. OOruer C*l«dcmia Av«nu« »nd ":V W»t»r Ay»nu», WLusIaLI" - - Cal

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

DIAS k sin . .DIALISS. ... Groceries Clothing Wines, LIQUORS, .A-HsTID Cia-ABS.| We can compete with city firms in prices and quality of goods. DIAS&SILVA, Caledonia Avenue. SAuSALITO, - ._-. Cal. SAUSALITO LIVERY STABLE! Turnouts, Saddle : Horses, etc. FTTR^ISIIED AT ■ REASONABLE KATES. Expresu run, to all points in SauMalito. ....ALSO.... DEALER IN WOOD COAL. v/ATER St., --' SAUSALITO. GEO. W. SMITH, , Pkoi'Bletou. LISBON H OT E L! SAUSALITO, MARIN CO., Cal. j OPPOSITS RAILROAD DKF6T j I -— j Meals at all Hours. j BOARD AND LODGINGS, j BEST WINES AND |i . LIQUORS. ! M. SANTAS »fc jfS. DEA.YEL., PROPRIETORS. - I NICHOLAS SEASE, PItorBIKTOH . . . mi S ALOOIT ..AND.. WAITING BOOMS: ..OPPOSITE.. FER B V WHA R F, SAUSALITO, - - 1 Cal. i 5 keep on haiul a -well Bel ected »tock o liquors, uatlvo and imported viuci, cagu-M, elo. Give me a call NICHOLAS SEASE. J-. THOM.AS, | PROPRIETOR— ~l> I ONEE H — i .BARBER SHOP: OPPOSITE—.- -■.,.-- . Wharf, Sausalito, Cal,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

The: annual election for public school trustees will be held throughout the state on Saturday of this week. With us in Sausalito this will be an election of more than ordinary importance, from the facl that two trustees are to be elected. One is to be elected to serve the full term of three years, the other to fill an unexpired term, two years of which yet remain. It is desirable that these positions be filled from amongst citizens in this community. We are award that the office of school trustee is usually a thankless one, and as such often avoided by those who could best fill it. But it is a duty imposed by the laws of our state upon the citizens of every district in which a free common school is maintained. No citizen who approves of our public educational system will in any way evade this responsibility. It is a duty he owes to society as well as to the state. Again the supervision of the education of youth is a sacred trust, which should be in the hands of only capable men. Bec...

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SOCIALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

SOCIALISM. Millionaire versus I*auper. [Written fortb B«! tUToKmft by ToblM Hoc!.] Socialism ii but another name Fur a principle which our forefathers left us as an heirloom in the Declaration of Independence, and conservative people to-day harlx)r the Bftme misgivings against socialists that characterized the ill will of loyalists in the days of Jefferson. In theory we live under a Republican form of government, in practice it is Monarchy. Herbert Spencer -ays iii truth that we have the name but wr lack the game. The old motto of industry leading to prosperity is thin consolation to the laborer whose wages aveiage $1.75 per day, when it shines. Withont detailing an argument no one will candidly attempt to prove that the 8,000,000 laborers of this glorious Republic have anything in store for them Bhort of Blave labor, and the same pr ispeel for their children on reduced allowance. The question reduces Itself to a Bimple proposition: i>■ i we desira n civil war to solve th...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885

MISCELLANEOUS. John Broderick, ....UEAI.EK 1N'.... General Merchandise. o ....COMPLETE LINK 0F.... Family Groceries, Wines, Liquors and Cigars always on hand. Families Suitliev witbPure JltlLK. John Bkoderick,' ML Caledonia nnil Turney Sts., Sausalito - - CAL. BELLRUDE'S StablE! STYLISH TURNOUTS ! OF EVERT DBSOBIPTI O IsT FURNISHED AT REASONABLE BATES. Hacks connect with local trains, and can be obtained by the day or hour. All pomlble palno taken (a accommodate customer*. J. S. BELLBUDE, Prop. SAUSALITO, - - Cal. SCHNELL'S . SALOON! — liS&jl TUE BEST 0F O^ak Wines; Liquors, .A.ND Cigars. Private Waiting Room ATTACHED. WA T E R STREET, Sansalito, Cal. JACOB SOHNELL, . Prop.

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

EL MONTE. Hotel "Ei Monte!" SAUSALITO, - Cal. ....THIS.... FIRST-CLASS IHOTIEJ L! ....OFFERS EVEKY.... Attraction to Visitors. WELL FURNISHED ....AND.... SI'ACIOUS Rooms. Table the very Best I —EXTENSIVE IMI'ROVED — GROUNDS. . - _-- Derail TEIJIjIg, COTJRTS, ■ Croquet Yards • ■ ..AND.... other Outsides Games! — BIL ARD ROOMS - ....AND BAR 1N.... Separate Buildings. ....THE FINEST.... ■ Land and Water ■ VIEW IN THE STATE. TEItMS MODERATE. J. E Slihkey, proprietor.

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