ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Sausalito News Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 171,911 items from Sausalito News, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
171,911 results
Tho Knd of Demon I?priT'» Concertlnn. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

Tho Knd of Demon I?priT'» Concertlnn. [PU I < Deacon Berry Lad a wrinklod concertina, Which ho usoJ to sit and deftly agitato, Pulling out that sad and sweet old song, "Lorena, 1' In a way that brought a crowd about his gate. But 'twas known from Aroostook to Carthagona That the deacon's instrument was out of tune, So he sent it, by his protly daughter Lena, Down to lo repaired by Jedeuiah Koon. ! Had the Rood old deacon pausod, he might have seen a Safer way to send his music box, I think; It deserved, in truth and honesty, I ween, a Be'*ar rest than in a roller skating rink I For *-j maid—a sweet and charming young verbena — Took it there and set it down in joyous mood, While she skatod ont upon the floor to loan a Pair oT pretty hands upon her favorite dude. Soou .^ rirl oarna sprawling out ol uiie arena, Aud she planted both her feet—good sooth! alack!— Id the stomach of tho doacon'g concertina Till it proaiied, and burst tho wrinkles in its t ck! Now —no more the dea...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
It 1I.1])S Itllsinr-S. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

It 1I.1])S Itllsinr-S. I East End Bulletin.] The bustle assumes proportions again, but, man alive, you mustn't call it bustle. Tho new-fangled idea is a "tenure." P. S.—lt ii mado of newspaper, same an the old style. Now la the time to subscribe.

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

BESET ON ALL SlliiS By malaria, how shall we escape the dread infection? is the question which the denizens of fever ant) ague districts ask themselves. Th« answer comes from former sufferers who for years have escaped the visitations of the periodic scourge, through the protecting influence of Hnatetter's Stomach Bitters. When the necessity for using preventive measures arises, use this moans of prevention at ones. It regulates the liver, facilitates >ligcsti)n, and liberates impurities from the syxtpin, when such exist, by promoting healthful action of the bowels and kidneys. Act early. In all regions where miasmatic vapors breed disease, it is absolutely necessary to be provided with a safeguard, and this is true, though a sojourn in such localities is detained to be brief. . No one can afford to breathe malaria for a short time. The Bitter* is a sovereign specific for lheumatittin, debility and nervuugni**. Keep it on hand. The niiinufacini em of b.irbed-wire are prep...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

Kus ;aell In liuorsia at two ami c>r.o-ha!f cents i>er doze.. How often it the light of the household oloudod by signs of melancholy or Instability on the part of the Indie*. Yet they are not to be blamed, for they iu-n tint result of ailmentt peculiar to that sex, which men know not of. But the cause may bo removed and joy restored by the use of Dr. l'.erce's "Favorite Prescription," which, ma tcmio and nervine for debilitated women, i* certain, «afo and ploasant. It is beyond all compare the great healer of woman. Natural gas at Pittsburg has thrown 2.0C0 men out of work. »<•>-< For allaying Hoarseness* and Irritition of the Throat, it is daily proved that "Jirown't Bronchial Troches'' are a mild remedy, yet very efficacious. Try Gcrtuea foi Breakfast // DAVAI n«i«ir;3 >\ >iiM •i^r i 1 nOTAL fu.vsi ri 0, offr^f ■ - POWDER Absolutely Pure. 7.*.'l Tills Powder never varies. A marvel of parity strength, anil...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 20 August 1885

A Clear Skin is only a part of beauty; but it is a part. Every lady may have it; at least, what looks like it. Magnolia Balm both freshens and beautifies. NOTICE TOJHE public A GREAT MANY OF OUR FRIENDS AND OLD customers not aware of the change that has taken place In the last year, m utter the following In explanation: Tho Indianapolis Manufacturing Comi any, at 160 [few Montgomery street, near Howard, is the only house on the Pacific Coast that lias any onnnectlun With the fa tory in Indiana;, Indiana. Thielfthe old reliable house which you have so freely patronize! during the i ast twelve yearn, for which pleiuw acce.t our thanks Hoping that the public will continue to deal with us, as they have in.- the last, wo Mill give you good -and roliablo furniture at low prices. We are the sole agents of the Indianapolis Patent Bed [lounge and Sofa Beds, also Townsend's Patent Kitchen Cabinet. . If you want furniture and save one profit you should not fail to give us a call. We have Just ...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

The Sausalito News. VOL. I. NO. 29. SAUSALITO, MARIN COUNTY, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1885.

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
NEBULOUS PHILOSOPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

NEBULOUS PHILOSOPHY. Uixe oftino from Concord'!) classic shades, on Reason*, throne slio sat, And wove Intricate arguments to prove, In laniruago pat, Tho Whichiiess or the Wliereforo, and the Th us ness of tlio That. Sho scorned Ignoble subjeots—ouch grOVelins linn ■■iiiu.ii care— Hut turned licr lofty soul to provo the Airinnssnf Air, And t ■vtstcil skoln« of logic 'round the Whatnosn of the Whore. To lower natures leaving tho dollars, aud the Gcnao, Bhfl soared abovo tho levol of oomraonplic■■ pretense, Ana moulded troatlsos which provo tho Thatnosa of tho Thonce. Herjrlorlous purpose to rovoni ttie Tiiiui; fulness of Thought, To truce cnoh lino by Somowhaton tho Somehow s surface wrought., To picture forms of Wliynot's from tho Whatnot's tnt'tiniujr omijrht; To cultivate our spirits with the Wliyfore's olaMlo How, To I'cni'tlt ttio Thcroucss with the HUr'ni ■■ ■■ ol tho How, To Hood the dark with radiance from tho Tbiinetl Of tho Now. "Wlint nood hns she accomplished?" 0, never ...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
FORESTS OF STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

FORESTS OF STONE. Probing for Logs Beneath tho Sur- face in New Jersey. Trying to Chop a Tree of Hock—Trunks, Houghs mnl Leaves Tinned to Stono —A. Description of Somo of Nature's Wonders. "If you want to 808 something curious,',! said a friend who was a member of a Government survey, "go down with mo to Woodbine." Four miles beyond Woodbine, out on the sandy ilretch of old sea bottom or beach that is termed the Capo May Peninsula, we oame upon Dennisville, where all the Dennises of all time had evidently settled. A local Dennis said there were twenty-live hundred of them and nnotenths wero evidently children. They lived in scattered shanties or houses on a long narrow slreot, on each side of which malaria stalks, abroad from j the -great swamps that constituto their boundary. The latter, however, that are perhaps over twelvo square mile, in extent, are the means of providing n living to nearly all the inhabitants of Donmsvillo, though the nature of tbo r occupation would never bo s...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Composing Under Difficulties. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

Composing Under Difficulties. In October, 1787, after his return to Vienna, Mo/,art produced his greatest opera, "Don Giovanni. 11 Aslato as the night before the performance tho overture had not been copied. Uosarl wrote on until late info the night, and his wife could only keep him an ko by telling him the old fairy tales, such as he loved when a child; at times he would break from laughter to tears, Until, growing more and more weary, he fell asleep. At seven the next morning, ho arose add finished tho ncore, the ink in sumo parts being scarcely dry wlion the copies were placed on the musicians' desks. The musicians had to play the overture at sight, but its ucautie. aroused the greatest enthusiasm both in the players and the audience. Mosarl superintended all the rehearsals, and Inspired the singers with his own ideaand feeling, lie Uuight tho hero to danoe a minuet and when one of theslngers failed lo conquer his score, Mozart altered it on the spot. At last the Emperor bestowed...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
A Queer Superstition. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A Queer Superstition. Abram EUed, :i fanner living In Beaver township, la., cut down a large oak tree on his farm, and iv cutting it up he found, imbedded in tho trunk, seven or eight feet from tho ground a small glass bottle and what had the appearance of a lock of hair. The bottle had been inserted in a hole In the treo mado by an auger, then n pine plug was driven into the holo over the bottle, tho hair also being held in the holo by tho plug- Tho bottle was corked and contained a colorless liquid. Over tho plug had grown six solid rings of wood, besides a thick bark. There WM a superstition among tho earl;, settlers, and it in held by many of their descendants, that asthma and other affections could be cured by tho victim standing against the tree and having :>. lock of nis hair plugged iv it while the balr was still attached to his head [( must then be cut oil' closo to his heal and the afllictod person walk away without looking at it or ever passing by the tree agai...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
TRAVELING IN 1700. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

TRAVELING IN 1700. riio Vehicle* Died by the Colonist! 300 Vcare ngo. The Virginia planter of tho richer sor,t, who was said to live with more show and luxury "than a country gentleman in England on tho estate of three or four thousand pounds a year, "showed a strong liking for the stately six-horse coach, with postilions; but it was not until 1720 that wheeled carnages were recognized in the legal price-list (if the Virginia ferries, In the other colonies, nlso, tho coach was valued as a sign of official or family dignity, and some of the richer Carolinians carried "their luxury so far as to have carriages, horses, coachmen, and all, imported from Knglaud"; but in Carolina, and everywhere north of Virginia,the light open -'chair" or the covered chaise was general!) preferred. Them wore better suited to the roughness and sinuosity of the roads than the coach. The chaise was a kind (if two-wheeled gig, having a top and drawn sometimes by one, and sometimes by two horses; tho chair ha...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
AMERICAN FABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

AMERICAN FABLES. ■"•inn juiageitae. ■« <.<>."i wuy »rt«r JSkoas Wliloh I. i>< h lloaltliy Moihlh. THBOJtOW aVJTDTHK llAuic. A Crow and a Hare met by chance uno day, and were so well Pleased with each other that it whs Agreed to form ti Partnership. "Tho first tiling in order," remarked tho Crow, "is to solect ii Home, which will, of course, belong to both of us. Hare you got your eye on any particular TrccP' p "Tree!" echoed the Ban, "why, we want a burrow, of course.'. 1 "Burrowl Bui ! can't live in a Hole.'" "And 1 can't Climb a. Tree!" "If you didn't intend to Consult my Wishes why did you Propose, this Pavtnershipl" "And if you weren't ready to give way in these little Matters why Accept my Proposals?" They wero Hotly Disputing and Abusing each other when tin) Fox camo along, and being Appealed to for his Opinion ho said: moral: "My Friends, while you fire both wrong, you have still exhibited rare Judgment. The Human Family ...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
A Fair Income, [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A Fair Income, Outside the House of Commons, most persons aro of opinion that jJTOO.OOO per annum is quite enough for tho main- J lenaseeoftbe royal family, and that (Iris amount ought not to lie Increased. Why, then, is this opinion so llttlo represented inside? Because M. i'.'s are human, and their wives aro also human. An M. P. who votes against a royal grant bl * »n uncomfortable; feeling that | lie is, perhaps, damaging his social position Of that Of Mrs. M. I. Why sensible people out oi the Haute of Commons are opposed to the increase of the.-c grants is, because the £700,000 per an* uiim now allotted to tho royal family is >int spent, and the civil list was nevr Intended to enable its recipients to lay ! by private tottuues. If they can do this, , it is obvious that they have the mean-, to provide for their children.— London : Truth. —It U estimated that four thousand ( Danes will come to this country tbi.s year, most of whom will settle In the Northwest. Most of t...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
A NERVOUS GROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

A NERVOUS GROOM. now th« PrMtteal "i.ill of a Chicago Ju»tlca Ulsimix ert«d Him. T«vo,fri<wds ohanced to meet on Grand Avenue the other day and each seemod to bo glad to soo tho other. One was evidently a traveling man undthe other, if oni wore to judge by the nervous twitching ol hU eyelids, and the way ho constantly gazed about him, had tho uppcarance of a person who had robbed a bank, or murdered some one, and whs- momentarily expocting to bo nabbed. "I say, Ned," said tho commercial looking geat, "What hare you been up to, that makes you size up every one so suspiciously P" "Oh, nothing much," said the other, "but can you keep a secret. Jack?" "Well, if there is one thing that I oan keep'better than another, it's a secret," replied- the one addressed as Jack. "All right, if that's tho case, I don't mln<r 'tolling you. Tho fact Is, I am married/.;: 11: i ..' "Oh! pome off! You don't mean to lay*that : you Have gone and done. It, do you, Ned?" - •".-■ &am...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
THE GREAT PYRAMID. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

THE GREAT PYRAMID. Reanoni Why,, the lißyptlan Pyramid Should he Explored. " rg Now that Great Britain Is' dominant at Cairo, would it not bo a good idea to clear away.the, sand and rubbish from Hie Great Pyramid, ' right down ,to * its ! rocky foundation, and try to discover I those vast corridors, halls and teniplo, containing priceless curiosities - and troasurcs with "which tradition in all I ages lias'credited the Great Pyramid? This wonderful building, of such exquisite workmanship, was erected many yean before any of the other pyramids, which are ■' only humble imitations, built by another nation, and also for other purpose's; for neither. King Cheops nor anybody else was ever interred beneath this mighty mass of stone. The smallest pyramids also exhibit neither the nicety of proportion nor the exactness of, measurement, both of which characterize tho'lirst pyramid. From internal evidence it seoms to have been built about year 2170 b. c, a short time before tho birth of Abrah...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

DE, WM, JEHNINBSOH, Pnysiolan, SAU3ALITO, OAL. BAUBALITO NEWS DEPOT. Agents for nil the San Francisco Dailies, —AND— ' General Publications of the United States I keep on hand a Stock of Stationery and General Supplies of that description. Mtore In l'oatofllce Building. Walter St., Sausalito. JOHN SOHNELL, Prop. J. LOftXAST KEKrS A FIRST-CLAM Saloon and Recreation Rooms, BEST OF ■ Wines, Liquors and Cigars. FOOL TABLE, CARD ROOMS And other Attractions. Corner Caledonia Avenue and Water Avenue, SAUSALITO - - - - CAL. • : ■.. . - --■?. y » ■----_ '■ , " ,'" '■ Joseph M. Jewett, WAGON IAKEB AND BLACKSMITH. *-4WiMtrW AGONS AND CAR" JjlB,!! riuges Repaired, and new ones made to order. Ship work and all kinds of Steel work and Machinery Forging. Or A«rfoulturalM»ohlnery of all kinds Repaired on •hurt uotioe. HORSE SHOKINO ♦tteii.Ua to wltli piemptn* • »nd din*tch. ■ WATER «TREET, SAUSALITO. A. LAWRENCE, DEALER IN— ' .. „ Groceries, ■ Provisions and Clothing, ,'■ ".'■■' Wines, Liquors, • C...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

MilS ft SUVA, DFALEH3 — Groceries, Clothing, Wines, Liquors, And Cigars. Jpflf* We can compo'e tilth city firms in priooa and quality of goods. BIAS & SILVA, CALEDONIA AVENUE, ttnilMlllifO - - <Cal. SAUSALITO Livery Stable Turnouts, Saddle Horses, Etc, Furnished ac Reasonable Rates. Express to all points in Sausalito . - Dealer in Wood and Coal. WATER ST., SAILS AUTO. GEO. SMITH - Prop. SAN RAFAEL AKD SAUSAMTO EXPRESS —FORWARDS— Parcels, Baggage, Etc. On ovary boat to and Iron San Francisco. ETONITUXUB, PIANOS Moved on slit rt notice by careful and experienced in en, . • -" JOB WORK PKOUITLY ATTENDED TO. Leare orders at Woiee's Fruit Store. a L. HOWARD, Proprietor, TAMALPAIS STABLE. Mm, Saddle Horses, Etc., Ftc, Furnished on Reasonable Terms. -■■•• — We km »»«ral law CAIiHYALLS, and c«» offer ! mo bl fauilitieß to Picuio Parties. Oar Stock ii ci|U»l to any in the State. Give ua acall. MANSEBO & CORDOZA, Proprietors, ADJOINING RAILROAD WHARF, B.VITH...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 27 August 1885

All honest journalists and all citizens whatever part of the state they may reside in should join in the fight to preserve our harbors and rivers in a navigable condition. Even in the slickens regions some truly American spirit —some regard for the great future when perhaps the Sierra's gold shall exist only in history, should be shown. If this selfish grabbing only for the present continues what can we hope for the future we bequeath the coming generations. The fight to preserve our waters from the choking debris of the mines and the dredged slime of the shore wash- ings should not be the fight only of the Bee and the Call. That it has long been such is a disgrace to our legislative power and the silent journalism of our state. More than a year ago the Board of Trade of San Francisco passed a resolution calling on the Harbor Commissioners to put a stop to the dumping of dredgings in San Francisco bay, but has it been properly noticed? It has long been an established practice for th...

Publication Title: Sausalito News
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
Country/State of Publication: California, United States
x
Loading...
x
x