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' Mauuera and Men. , [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
' Mauuera and Men. , |H. N. Ozenbim.l . Not always the men who have most completely mastered the secrets of mcd- , ical science or who have cured the greatj est number of their patients. Few peo ; plo inquire or care alout that. Tho i velvet tread, the unctuous pressure of j the hand, the silvery intonation, the sympathetic yot reassuring srailo, these aro the infallible passports to many j hearts, and, what is more, to many pockets. The Job's comforter, who iu.sist.s with obtrusive honesty on telling disagreeable truths, who pronounces witli merciless fidelity the death warrant of tho patient whom no human skill can save, and refuses to be leed by tho interesting hypochondriac who likes to combine tho luxury of valetudinarianism with tho luxury of health, will too often at best be treated with cold respect.
Kilt Mather Small. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
Kilt Mather Small. :l&gt;rak&gt;-'s Travelers" Maita/in.-., Air*. McShoddy visited tin; patent ; office the other day for the first timo. "I suppose you admired tho models," I said a friend to whom she spoke of her visit. I "Oh, yes," was the reply; "they wer» juit'lovely; but they're rather small."
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
It FURNITURE! UPHOLSTERY, I CARPETS, Wall Paper. EittmatM Oiv.li for* | Paper Hanging and Decorating. Furniture Sold on Instilments if Desired. WM. lATJC, Fourth Street, San Hafael. George Harding Is Now Located Id Hla NEW SHOP ! On Third Street, bet. B and C. THE ONLY &lt;fl^£ PRACTICAL &lt;ggfe£ HORSESHOER IN SAN RAFAEL. HAVING HAD () Twenty Years (") Experience in thin line of bnslnenH, tue uiideixii;ii. &lt;&lt;1 solicits tits patronage of borse-owners iv Sun Rafael and the county «t large. Special tttoitloa giveu to Treatment of the Hoof, Flesh Foundering. Toeing Out, Quarter Crack*, Coras, Pigeon-toe, Knee-»prun(t, and all Veterinary diseases. Particular atteutiLn to Over reaching aud lot' HI,. Al-n. Goodenough Shoeing ! GEORGE HAIIUI.Mi. A. C. MEYERS. MATTRESSES Renovated Equal to New CARPETS Taken Up, Cleaned and Relaid! \ KALSOMINING And Paper Hanging, Etc. ALL OItIJERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. I" .0 Box 937, San Rafael. BLACKSMITH! S HOP. JOHNS...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
WM. BARE, Contractor and Builder! [WM. BARK, l stmtraotor and Buildi rl ipeotfull? mlielta n ilut o( the 1-m Ii rouuge iv bin live of bliclutw. Contracts Taken at the Lowest Figures ! Ami Mt Mechinlnl \V&lt;!rk Ouimnttfd. JOB W O E X Of nil kinds Promptly Attlcurli &lt;l t». Ih'Bldeucehtrnt, near CVntnr, Bull Hufnc-1. I »U klndt Promptly \•■ t. •. •. ■ I WAI. IiAHH. •trret, uesr Ont«r, s«;: Uitfuel. . O, Bui 98(1. WW . BARM. SAN RAFAEL Planing Mill OONXECT.iI) WVtB J"r(l. S.vN IiAIAKI. Pioneer Lumber Yard 'piil&gt; .Mil.l, IS NOW UI'ENs IN I I 1.1. lit&gt; _L ulng order, tUorouglilj equipped win. all ti neodiil .Machinery, nnu luuMifil l.y colupt tout wort miii un iml til kind* ol UlUWoik The l'liiniu,. Mill l( Buypllod wltb Planers, Moulding Machines, Circle, Band and Jig Saws, Shaping Machines, Morticing and Tending Machines Boring Machines, Lathes, etc., etc, I am In»# pri-pan-il la furni^liove.ry ile. scription uf Light ami Il.nvy, line anil .■uni...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
■sHEa?'asffifi iBwBIMBMBriMBI CURES ALL HUMORS, from a common 'Blotcii, or Ertip*lon» to tho woi-..t Scrofula. BaU-rU«niß, "Fovoi-sorc«,"St;uly or iiuuxli Skin, in short, all disc;' caused by lad lood are conquei-cd by this powerful, purifylngr, and Invigorating medicine. ttroat J.ntmjf IJlten rapidly heal under Ita benign lnfluenei Especially hns II mi nifestod Its potency i: curing Tetter, Rose l*n»li, Itoil«. t,'nr» bniicles, Sore Eyes Scrofniuiia Sorcc and Swelliitßs. Joint DUeaac lYlilto SwelllußS, Goitre, oi- 'Jiiiicl Neck, and Vnlurgcd filnjitls. Bend tei •nts in stamps for a largo ti ati i, with colrod plates, on Skin Disco or tbo fnmo nount for a treat Iras on oiu lons Affection! "THE BIiOOM XS THE LIFE.' horougblyoleunsi II byuftng Or. Plcrce'a fjuldciiitlectical IMscoycry, and fiopil Igostlou, a fair Klciut buoyant spirits, vitnl ntrciis'jUy ana «oiiii&lt;iucti«of oiiKtiiiuiou, will bo established. CONSUMPTION, hich ia Scrofnlona Di«ea«e ot Use ,iiii';-», in promp...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 4 June 1885
THE SAUSALITO LIU / AKD ■"li/iirn/ IS OTICE! The sausalito lam and Ferry Company offers it Lands for Sule in Building Lots •'' ■ . BLOCK . ...AND... A. ere Pai*cels, \ND ITS Water Front lot s, On Easy T^rms The North Pacific Coas Railroad Company's lint- o I road traverses the entire Nurt! Front—over three niilts—o the Company's land, brinjn: I all parts of the property wit n quick traveling distuncc of San Francisco—Thirty minutes fror, I wharf to wharf. — the.. . -W A. T E £iAND. . .V ' LANDSCAPE ViEWS . . . .ARE. . ... UNEQUALED BY AM' Around San Francisco. The locality is Healthful in the highest degree. The Soil Warm; and Productive. ater from Flowing SpringPure and Plenti.'-l—fur-nished from the Company's Reservoirs and Mains, AT REASONABLE RATES. For all information in r* gard to ites, Prices and Terms, Please apply to the Secretary ol I Terms, asc apply to the Secretary of the Company, Oin 9, No. 419 California Street, san Francisco, ■ .. v .or 0n....: toed ays and THURSDAYS...
I'M HURRIED, CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
I'M HURRIED, CHILD. [Ktnnta Kurt In Michigan Kannrr.] 'Oh, tnotier, look! Vra lou id a butterfly Hanging upon a leaf.. Do tell me why ' There was no tmttor? U.i, do see its wings! I never, never saw such pretty thingsAll KtrakeJ and striped with liiu* and br iW.I il!l I gol 1, vVbtrs i) it» iiou &lt;) wlieii all t'i« days are i-oldl" *Yo«, yes," sin stti.l in absent accents mild, "I'm hurried, child!" . "Last ingUt my dolly quite forgo 1^ mr pray- er,; : And when sbe thought you liv 1 gone down f-Liirs, Then dolly was afraid, an' so I said: ' 'Just don't you mind, but say 'em in she bod, ' .. (iecau » I think «&gt;1 U Just as near.* When lIOIW ara 'fraid do you s'po.«» he can hearr The in &gt;ther sn &gt;k.» from out tba rufllea [&gt;Ued: "I'm hurriwl. child!" "Oh, come aud sco the flowers in tbe sky--The sun has left; and won't you, bf ii'id by, Dear mother, take nu in your arm 1 and tell Me ail about the pussy In the welli Then tell me of th...
AN INDIGNANT MOTHER [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
AN INDIGNANT MOTHER sii« Tak«* the Sun Frr.nclaro Board of •education to Titak Sharply. [San Krauoisco I.etter.l The board ot c lucatiou of Han Fraui-Kco Is in a bad predicament owing to a iccont judicial decision, in accordance with which the Chinese of that city may demand educntion for their children at the public "xpeude. It wai determined by the boi.l that the Chinese children should have a ceparatj achool-houss, but when the building was proTided no pupils were to bs found except a little u-yem 1 "11 gii^t and her parent) insisted that she should attend one ot th» public schools near her home. The strife over the matter called forth the following latter from an Indignant mother: No. 1,769 Ghejcv Strhet, San Fkarcisco, April 8, 1855.— To thk Board or Education—Dear BlHi I see that you are going to make all sort* of excuses to keep my child out of th 9 public schools. Dear sin, Will you please to tell me! Is it a disgrace to be Born a Chinese? Didn't (Jod uiaka us alll ! : What ...
Apple Chest*. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Apple Chest*. [American Agriculturist.! Para and quarter a quantity of apple*. Ftew them with a little water, a good deal of augar, the juice and grated rind of a lemon, a few clove*, or a stick of cinnamon. When quite soft, sift through a hair-sieve; and to one quart ot the strained apple add half a package of golatine, dissolved in water. Mix well, pour into a mold, and when set, turn it out and serve with a boiled custard poured around it. Sweeten and flavor it well, on account of tbe Insipidity of tUi gelatine. Louisville Time-.: There is • deal of wear laome slush in the papers about -The Fir t Lady in the L*nd," which is disgusting to every man who love* a mother, , wife or siater. ". ..' MUs Alice £. Freeman, th» president of WalUslay college, was graduated tb»r« in 1870. and i* only \» y«ar» 9! age.
N. Kmlle Zola at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
N. Kmlle Zola at Home. [Paris Cor. New York Times. ] The good dome itic bustled away anJ !•'! me in possossion of M. Emile Z&gt;la's brca ';■ fast-room, it was not a luxurious ajnr. • ment, and their was frosty a absence of i ■■ v ■ pet, which effectively prevented ths foitsteps of the most sylpblike from tirikliii!? oil the tufted floor. Htraight-bsclced eh iii-s were arrange 1 against t'it&gt; walls iv gaunt precision; a tai'lo wit.l a dingy white clo'h stood beusath the unsnulfed lamp wliic.i hung from the ceiling ; a spiritlesi* «tt-iu t at a bric-a-brac collection was nailei t&gt;&gt; ' le wallf, and a few va«»s, suggestive of jfK w York'boarding-house, adorn3d the mi'itXpiece. On the tuble was a yarloffriii bi'ead, eoune liui|»i»lo 1 I «iup in ' n chilly blue bowL ail »u'U no.-j.ioriji ai suit, jxpjiep and mutt ir I. Kittier M. Zi!a had f*'.t a dlsincjlnati.m f'W tha creaUira comfort* that morning or t .c »oap was t'x&gt; ta tel»&...
Th« Berbor-Simktra Kallwu.r. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Th« Berbor-Simktra Kallwu.r. [Bonton Transcript.] The mere weight of rails, |tMl»ri an t plate) require 1 for the construction of th 1 Berber-Suakim railway is 4tJ,OOD tons, which must be conveyed, M an average, I\&gt;) milft Assuming a camel load to be one-flfta of » ton, and a camel to march tan mllei, it would require 7.4)0 camel loadi diily to complete tbe MTViagl within the yett.v Moreover, there exist) nothin but Ihi roughest aneroid survjy of fue seoti.&gt;n of th I country to be travei-ie i. In the ilr.-.t sixt miles there is au ascent of 'i,HIO feet, wiii'e in the remaining 18(1 miles there is a dsjeeut of 1,730 feet; but tbe ascent aud de-cjut ir* by no means continuous and graJuaL
* |llll» *•«•»!••• [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
* |llll» *•«•»!••• tiuril.liali KII4IIHVI .' A Ijhi&gt; Humbler" of St Paul, Mill 1., writ is thus of a barbarous fashion there 1 Them seems' to be a bideoua fancy just now for decorating black bonnets with wbitu beads. The designs are evidently symbol c, perhaps they are tokens of tribes, ranging from small wreaths of flowers to birds tnJ animals of most unnatural appearanca, O.itwould imagine that somebody had btvn taking lessons from our Indian ueighbc-^, did they not usually esbibit .noi ■« taste mi 1 skill."
Bleat-bod Bloudo* Doomed." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Bleat-bod Bloudo* Doomed." [New York rttiir.] Hleacbei hair is doomed, and Uu- unfortunates wbo have lately acquired a growth will be accused of bad taste an 1 considered oat of the pale of fashionable society. lteddisli blouie, knowu as Titian red, red brown, and delicate auburn ar&lt;s in constant demand. Black and dark browns can easily be giv the desired shade, but the bleached blonde, will have to shingle off their tadeJ crop au&lt;l grow a natural one, and meanwhile wear a wig or tiiko advautugeof the "Jockoy" mo Ib.
A Pointer on tii!lil-Kul>ini:< [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
A Pointer on tii!lil-Kul&gt;ini:&lt; (Rocliestar Democrat.) 1 was walking up Elm ntreet the otltef day when I noticed a boy, about 8 yearn &lt;&gt;11, playing in a yard. He was all bundled up, ■ and win about twenty feet away from tlie porch of tbe house. He couldn't go a.iy further, ait he had on a kind of a tiarue* mado of red flannel straps, and a rope fastenod to a post of the poro'a was tied to it. You tee, all his mother had to do who:. she wanted him was to pull in ou the rojie.
Woman's Fortitude. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Woman's Fortitude. IChicago Ledger. [ Wouiftu—bless her bright eyes—can 0.1---dura physical suffering with more fortitude than the strongest man, and she can mUs a train without filling the depot with words l hat don't sound nice; but she can't pass a milliner's window or a hair store without Ktoppmg to feast her eyes and wonderiiij why sbe didn't come to town with a g&lt;&gt;l 1 Bpoou in her mouth.
Whom • Woman EspecU Too Much. j [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Whom • Woman EspecU Too Much. j ■*.i."■."• [Somerville Journal.] Woman U herself a creature of intuition, as everybody will admit, but that's no r&lt;*:&gt;son why .she should tally out on tLe str- it with a thick drab veil drawn over her face away down to her chin and j then expert every male being of her acquaintance *U meets to recogniae her half a block away. I'biladelpUia Call: A young man ask* if it is unlucky to get married before breakfm . x',. vn \y m,,.t,,-
Or Abnormal Denalty. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
Or Abnormal Denalty. [Brooklyn Eagle.] Landlady,' with a pleasant smile—Will you carve tbe turkey, Mr. Oldboardert Mr. Oldboarder, with an ominous frown —No, ma'am. You don't carve rubbar; yon mold it. Proceeds to mold tbe proud bird into irregular parallelograms bisected at the ■ augleo, with serrated fissures of abnormal ! density. Used to si.uve. [Mercluuit Traveler.] "1 *iy, Charlie, who was that Itaw you talking to this morning I" "Aw, he was a man who had made me a slight advance 011 a vote." "Have you known him long) 1 •Ye-, he used .to shave my father.'' "Barber!" "Nfi, broker." Japoneg* law compel* peopla to wll 6-&gt;b aliva. They art ▼aadtd is tanks.
.o.n»ii Who liupire Us. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 11 June 1885
.\o.n»ii Who liupire Us. [Emerson.] Are there not women who till our vase with wine and roees to the brim, to that the wino runs over and fills the bouse with perfume; who inspire us with courtesy; who unloose our tongues and we speak; who anoint our eyes and we see? We say thin^;we uover thought to have said; for once our walls of habitual reserve vanishml and luft us at large; we were children playing with children iv a wide field of flowers. Steep us, we cried, in these influence;, for ilayN, for week", and we shall he sunny poets, and will write out in many-colored words the romance that you are.