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CHRISTMAS IN MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

CHRISTMAS IN MEXICO. DmaMttf lit'iigUm* BttM atlaglad with Stiitely Morr> -Making. [F. a. v. in Philadelphia PreM The holiday season in Mexico shows as strong a contrast with the celebration In our country aa Providence presents it in climate and people It has religious trails that are attractive, and many of them dramatic In fact, every phase of life in that Catholic country is' singularly lingcel with the forms of religion. l>urIng Christmas-tide they are shown In their best light*. Like all commu nilics that worship their patron s:iinls, their holidays begin earlier and last much lunger than'ours. The celebration of the birth of Christ begius there with the pilgrimage of Joseph and Mary from Nazareth to Bethlehem, where the Child was born. For vine days before tin 1 natal day everything is given up to the first act of this crude Passion play. The lower classes spend most of their time in w<>r ship at home and in the churches, lint those...

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"BRING MYRTLE." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

"BRING MYRTLE." [Constance ttolwea in Tl»> Argi \v ] A number of letters were awaiting Col. Haldane, commandant <>f Newly, on his return from Parade. Ho was unmarried, rich, and rather distinguished looking. It will therefore surprise no diu 1 thai he was accustomed to receive a greal many sweetly scented, delicately monogramod, prettily worded letters from the various members of the fair box with wliom lie was acquainted. Amongst the little heap which lay befor< him was one conspicuous for its careless writing and rough envelope. Oddly enough, this was the one he selected first tor perusal. Scrawled on the lip of the envelope were these words: •'Urine: Myrtle." Col. Haldane put np his gentlemanly eye-glass, and held hu head a little on one side; he twisted his iron-gray mustache into a yet more poignant expression as he inspected thoso curious words: "Bring Myrtle."' Who was Myrtle? What was' Myrtle? How many times he read and re-read tha...

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I WILL ARISE AND STAND. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

I WILL ARISE AND STAND. [irelen Vllmans in Woman's World.] This Jay I will arise and Stand, lift up my fnco, Stond soul and body at ray highest hitfht; Truo to my loftiest thought, and from my placo , Will clamor for the soul's divinest right— Tho ri},'ht to trust itself and fare the light. I cannot lend to you a helping hand, I only show you Hint a tool may stand, That" you may say, "One stands M weak as I; I will miso and stand beside him there, 11 Then it shall OOOM to pass lOfflS other day, From the ground tho lowest and thn least Will climber up, and smiling on as say, "JJOI Man liatli risen to his own estate; Behold! Tim dust of death hath blown away."

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A leader of tin- Germain [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

A leader of tin- Germain [New York (.'or. HufTalo Express.] A Paris pet is here. He is the Viscount .lanzc. Ordinarily he ornaments the empyreal of society in France's gay capital James Gordon Bennett brought liitu to America several months ago, and with Bennett's Indorsement he immediately passed current in our most exacting circles. Thus we have, for tne first time within many years, a French model fur our imitative young men, and a French idol for our young women. Whoever "expects to bo like unto him must possess, to begin with, a tall, slim, very erect figure, alter the style seldom seen outside the tailors' fashion-plates. Upon this frame-work the nicest of clothes must bang unwrinkled Btriking colors and shapes must not lie presented in the garments, us with British examples of modern dress, but the materials and cut must be quiet. There is plenty of brightness, but it lies in the redness of tho neck tie, the yellowness of the rainbow tints of a scarf. Janze is a good uatured,...

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norrowers of Brlc-a-Hiiic. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

norrowers of Brlc-a-Hiiic. [Chicago Tribune.] In the window of a small brie a brae shop on a south side avenue reposes a sign reading: "Goods Rested. Will Deliver and Call for Goods. " "We rent our goods'? Yes," said a tidy little woman to the Inquiring reporter. "It is not exactly a new business, but n are among the first to advertise it There in quite a ! demand, too. "What is it for?" (), mostly for the best class of goods— plaques, oddities, brto-a-brac in fact Persons who give entertainments at, their houses naturally like their parlors to look well for the occasion. Tiny have, of j course, to pay us for breakage, :nd guarantee, uuless we know them, the safe return of the goods. Applications to rent are mostly from people who can not afford to buy, but that Isn't the rule. Sometimes those who are well oil rent a few things to add to the effect of their parlors when they give a party, but of course they wouldn't have it known that the pretty curiosities their guests admire | arc...

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The Ciilin-r* Love for the Weed. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

The Ciilin-r* Love for the Weed. [Donifula Cor. London Telegraph.] Knowing what I do about camels, I fear the brutes will do as much for us as the Nile whalchoats in tho way of maim ing aud invaliding our men. Perhaps I am prejudiced against camels, for being [ a non-smoker myself, I have just discovered my camel is an inveterate lover of the weed. Let any one smoke a pipe, cigar or cigarette in the compound failed stables and the camel will follow the smoker about, place his nose close to the burning tobacco, inhale the fumes with a prolonged sniff, swallowing the smoke, ' then throwing his head up, with mouth \ agape and eyes upturned, showing the , bloodshot whites, will grunt a sigh of i ecstasy that would make the fortune of a low comedian in a love scene. This is the plain unvarnished fact, easy of corroboration.

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Tim Old Sport's Camellia. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

Tim Old Sport's Camellia. [Paris Letter.l An old broken-down gambler of Paris may be seen daily promenading in tho shabbiest attire, with a magnificent white camellia in his buttonhole. Sonic years ago he won a great deal of money, aud determined to make sure that ho should always be supplied with his favorite tiower. He therefore paid a largo (sum in cash to his florist, who agreed to supply him with a white camellia every day for the rest of his life. And now the decayed old sport struts up and down the boulevards with a camellia wortu more than the coat which it adorns.

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A Better Thing. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

A Better Thing. [Detroit Free Press.] "What's that?" he asked, as he halted a boy about his own ago on Woodward avenue. "I'm eatin' white sugar. " "Where'd you git itY" "Home. " "Steal it?" "Naw; ma gave it to me. " "What fur?" " 'Cause I threatened to run away. " "Humph! You ain't smart. Aly holt is to threaten to commit suicide, aud 1 git currant jelly and raisins till I can't cat no more. "

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Keeping MUk Fresh. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

Keeping MUk Fresh. Professor Felder, in Luzerne, Switzerland, discovered some two years ago a process by which he can keep milk perfectly fresh at least a fortnight. He delivers milk in Paris fresh from the mountain districts of Luzernc.

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Chinese Soldiers. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

Chinese Soldiers. The Chinese soldiers' uniform consist of a blue tuuic and as many more duds as he (eels like getting inside of. A good many of them use their shoes for breast plates and stulf cotton in their cars to keep from being scared. "N* sir" said the pratical man, "no bric-a-brac on the mantel forma It's a nuisance. Where's a man to put his feet?" Purls li:is a feather dyers' disease, produced from the dye in which feathers are dipped.

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BOOT'S ROMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

BOOT'S ROMANCE. A Mi'ntiil Wreck from Inruqulted lovs for tTennv i.iiul. I Pouglikeepslß Ncivs-l'ress.J To see "limits" Van Steenburg, as he is tailed, with unkempt hair flying In the wind and lin unshaven face decked, Id a suit of red, white and blue, with long streamers of nil colors attached to iiis clothing, ami a weather beaten straw hat decked with ribbons, and asking a penny of each one he meets, as In' wanders from place to place in the, Hudson valley, one would nut think that a tender passion ever thrilled his rough breast, a maiden's glance had ever opened his sigh-valves, or drew forth one Impassioned utterance of love. And yet it was no less a personage than the nightingale <>l son/,', Jenny Lind, who for a while listened to the man's avowals of undying affection only i" tell him iv the cud that ho loved in vain, and made him a mental wreck, his life a dreary waste. A gentleman who knows of the incident related the following to a reporter: "Boots, "...

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A Cutom of Urn SfnaU'. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

A Cutom of Urn SfnaU'. |New York Harmld.] One of the strange customs of the senate is th" annual exchange of cards between senators. Every senator is sup posed to call during the season upon every one of his colleagues, This customs lias been abridged into au annual exchange of cards. I pou a lixed day after the season opens each senator .ends out seventy-five cards tolas senatorial associates, and if the mails work well the senator finds next morning upon his desk seventy-five caids from his senatorial associates. This may MOB a title absurd among dignified men who sec each other every day, but rude ami oareleii irould be the senator who would try to break down, the custom, lie would very toon feel the remit of his neglect in his'loss of dinner invitations. As dinnen are toe chief Inci dents in the career of a senator, great cure is taken to observe every requirement of etiquette necessary to keep the dinner bull moving. A very rigid system of bookkeeping is employed In connection ...

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An tKer-Jnyed Night Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

An tKer-Jnyed Night Editor. [Ghtoago HanUd] "Ah! there it is, there it is! I knew I would do it some day! It's v darling, too. How well it louk.s, and I feel so good over it. " Thus ejaculated a passenger on an early suburban train out of the city, lie was looking at the damp page of one of the blanket sheet morning papers, lie looked very happy, but the other passengers wero much mystified. "Of course; you folks don't know how to appreciate uiy happiness, " he said, "but I am the night editor of this paper I hold here in my hand. For three years I have been trying to get my telegraph editors to print a dispatch about some telephone case without the word 'hello' appearing in the headline. I have this moruing succeeded. As it is tho first ease on record you will pardon my joy "

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A Slew < nt t.>n Picker. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

A Slew &amp;lt; nt t.&amp;gt;n Picker. [t'liieago Tribune.] A new mechanical cotton picker is said to bo an entire success. Commissioners appointed on behalf of the New Orleans exposition have followed tho machine in the field, and record their olHcial opinion that one picker, carefully driven, drawn by ■ one mule and ! followed by tlmo gleaners, will do the work of forty pairs .of _ human ; hands. The flying metallic fingers pluck only the full-blown cotton. The plants are uninjured. The fibre thus plucked is automatically bagged. '„.;, •• •

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, v; Of Classic Proportions. . ' [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

, v; Of Classic Proportions. . ' '*; l . [Inter Ocean.] ' Mrs. Gen. Custer is said to have several times had the nripc of her neck and side line of the head takeu in photographs for admiring frieuds, who declare it to be of classic proportions rarely found except on a sculptured form. .;-J ; ■,•■..!■.i . j

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eitb ■ . I.iku a Frontier [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

eitb ■ . I.iku a Frontier City. :; "What do you think of my mustache?" asked a young man of his girl. "Oh.it reminds me of a western frontier city," was the answer. "In what respect, pray?" Became tho survey is large enough, but the Httlert are straggling. " , ;

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All the Family. [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

All the Family. IBuffalo Times.] "Uobb c, " said the visitor kindly, "have you any liulo brothers and lUtenT" "No," iv])ii ( wee Kobbie, solemnly. "I'm all the children we've got. "

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PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL — Moody Currier, the new Govfffc; of Now Hampshire, is nearly n I years of ago. f§l —Senora Laz Bonales, who died ■ CV'.xaco, Mexico, lately, lived oneh dred and eleven years to a day, — George Winfleld Scott llan c ,' Garfleld Pattison Yerks Is an niifor i nate infant in an interior countvl'li Pennsylvania.— Pittsburgh l'&amp;lt;, i. "I:; — Michael 11. Simpson, one of Jpfj ton's greatest millionaires, di&amp;lt;&amp;gt;i| in; ) city recently. His fortune is p.stim a . : at twelve million dollars, and J-&amp;amp;---made out of a machine for takingtJ out of wool.— Boston Journal, s — Hiland Hall, who was a metnJl of the Twenty-second Congress and]'* subsequent Congresses; up to and] eluding the Twenty-eighth, and *a| also Governor of Massachusetts, {■' another one of the "oldest ex-cJg gressmen." He was born in 179,j, ,'*■ resides at Springiield, M-ass Bos, Qlobe. n. —Eli Perkins was given a receptl I recently worthy of hi.-* reputation '. Yank...

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"A LITTLE NONSENSE." [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 19 February 1885

"A LITTLE NONSENSE." —Little Eddie took a curious fres.* when he went to boil the other nijlH and attempted to say his prayers bad | ward. "Why, Kddie, what are yoji trping to do?" asked his niotk •■Only trying to lay my prayers insii out."— Boston Times. —A personal item informs us tlajv "Victor Hugo mostly goes to bed ohm! cracker and a herring." A funs notion, that. If the cracker shoulL* get mashed and scatter itself, Vie:. would be apt to pass a very re§tl« — Norrittovm Herald. ■ —"Is it cold up your way?" w-jjj asked of a man from lifty miles nortS:; of St. Paul. "Cold?" he said withel rising inflection, "Well, I should sayiA was. We had to give tho stove fo'%'; doses of quinino yesterday to keep w\ from shaking the lids off."— Chiafi Tribune. —Boston Girl—"O, please don't perjj ambulate so fast. Poor little doggie ivi so prostrated as to b» hardly cognizant? of his surroundings." Her Escort-Jt "O, don't worry about your dog. H*i is not tired." Boston Girl—"X«p tired! Look at ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sausalito News — 26 February 1885

A Xr.MIIKU ii. . Volume I. SAUSALITO: MARiN COM TV. GALIFOENIA^ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 80, 188u.

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