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HOW THE "OLD, OLD STORY" IS TOLD IN MEXICO. LOVE-MAKING AND MARRIAGE AMONG THE ARISTOCRACY OF SPANISH-AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

HOW THE "OLD, OLD STORY" IS TOLD IN MEXICO. LOVE-MAKING AND MARRIAGE AMONG THE ARISTOCRACY OF SPANISH-AMERICA. [Special Correspondence.] City of Mkxico, 1887. When my little neighbor across the way —theSenorita Guaolta Guadalupe Sanchez de Sandoval-was married, I secured an invitation to the festivities as one deeply interested in the event, though but slightly acquilnted with the lady and her family; for had not the whole course of her courtship, a la Mexicano, gone on under my nose, as it were? And had I not lost unnumbi-red hour* of sleep in hearty sympathy with the damsel to whom the guitar was nightly twanged during the long and tedious l>ruci)|s here known us "making the bear!* I.efcnie tell you all about it. In the first place our gentle heroine is the flower of the jiroml house de Sandeval, whose ancestors came over with Cortex from old Castile. Of course, having flourished for several centuries in the Xew World, this transplanted branch of the family tree was lon...

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Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. The usual Sunday evening meeting was held ill Temple Hall, President Hicks in the chair. Mr. J. X. Deer of Pilgrim Church read part of the sMith chapter of Acts and offered prayer. The president then introduced ex-president Henry T. tireen, who spoke earnestly for the cause and was followed by Messrs. Came, Stone. Hiblninl and Mason, all speaking encouraging words for temperance and morality and depicting the sad results that come from the use of intoxicants. Eugene H. Clapp, Esq., Most Worthy Patriarch Sons of Temperance of Xortli America, will deliver an address next Sunday evening. It is expected the members of the Temple of Honor will lie present in full regalia.

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It Is a Curious Fact [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

It Is a Curious Fact That the body is now more susceptible to benefit from medicine than »t any other season- Hence the importance of inking Hood's Sarsaparilla now, when it will do you the most good. It is really wonderful for purifying and enriching ihe blood, creating an appetite, and giving a healthy lone to the whole system. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is peculiar to itself.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

—The ed ucation most needed by tbe youth of oar fair land is one that shall teach them not only to decline a Latin subtanstive.but also to decline * drink. —The dairy maids inarch and the milk maids song will be features at the Universalist elite: - taimui'iit in Union Hall on Washington's birthday. There will be 100 young ladies in unique costumes.

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Miscellaneous Items. —They have a toboggan slid.- at Bismarck. Dak., where they say that the steel-sh'Kl toboggans acquire a velocity of three miles a minute. —A hot mixture of one-third parafflno alid two-thirds gutta-percha, forced Into ihe pores of woo 1, I* winning favor as a means of prevent ing decay. —E. E. O'Brien of Thotiiaston is said to lie the largest ship owner in the United Bt*t*a, Lis fleet including ten Hue ships, several of them w.rthover 8100.000 apiece. —Since 1870 a total of 3252 cattle have been slaughtered on account of pleoro pneuin uiia in Unit part of Ireland under the jurisdiction of North Dublin guardians. The sum of *83,221.92. a trifle over 825 per head, was paid the owners iv compensation. —An artesian well in St. Augustine is twelve inches iv diameter, aud is the largest artesian well iv the world. Iti* tlowing at the rate of 7,000.000 gallons in tweuty-four hours. The well is now 700 fort below tho surface, aud is being deepened every day. —Mr. j. c. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

—At * toilet article, Ayer's Hair Vigor alaad* unrivaled. It cle.nte. lbs scalp aad I******* dandruff, cure* ilchiog humors, r**tOfSl tha original color to faded sad grtj hair, aad promotes its growth. —A faihiooable Austin lady, immediately aftsr ihe death ol her husband, married his brother. A visitor to lbs house noticing lbs picture of bar late hasbsod, asked who it sras. "It ia — A it," tbe replied hesitatingly, "my Btces*** 1 Usttwia law." -No olber spring medicine baa woa (or its*U such univertal confidence *. Aver** B«ls»p*nuV I: is the most powerful combination of Mf.UM* alterative, ever offered to the public. Bad is i cknowledged by tbe medical profasiioa to b* tat best blood purifier.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Hats forlBB7. I SPRING STYLES READY NOW. Leading Shapes in all Grades for Men, Young Men and Boys. MEDIUM PRICED GHILDRENS' HATS lIV GOOI> VsAsRIJETY. G-. O. W. FTJIuTAAtZTt., 561 Main Street, Z Cambridgeport. &. 00., HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Under Hotel Bowdoin, DEALER IN Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Gloves. Best Derby Hat in Boston made to order for $3.00. From Shelf, $2.00, $2.50, $275. Sill*: llni •». $5.00, #G.OO, #7.00, $8-00. Open Evenings till 9 o'clock, Saturday till If. »0?27 Cambridge cars stop at the door. «lm Acme Skates, Dark Lanterns, Sleds, Sleigh Bells, Boys' Tool .Chests, Ice Chisels BURDITT & WHITE, 2 and 4 Central Sq., Cambridgeport. CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEARS PRESENTS. Are you aware that the most Valuable Present you can make your wife or family is a Life or Endowment Policy in THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. of New York. The largest company in the world. Pays the largest dividends and gives you the most for your money. For full partic...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

SHIRT AGENCY. / / \ 1 THE CELEBRATED X i "EIGHMIE" B fPATENT DRESS SHIRT. IW 1.1 n?/ This Shirt Is guaranteed to lit and tet better than any Shirt Made to ''/ Order. Every person knows that the set of the bosom and neck-baud is VS, ;°/ the principal part of a shirt. The "Elghmie" Patent Shirt is made only MS ml from the best material, for flrst-claes trade. The bosom can be worn a \Z~ q7 wee» without* break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. g . £f Price, I ..laundered, 81.; Laundered, $1.25. II I 1 . Tne''Elghmie''Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from WamsuttaMu.I \ II Un, 1900 Linen bosom. VJ Price, Unlaundered, 75c,| Laundered, $1.00 Each. J/ FOR SALE ONLY BY Infringements, use nose unless JOHN I¥l. JORDAN, 11 st3m mft , .t. o .™,. mz - 98 COURT BTREET, odd. Sndbarr, ROSTON. M.UU., vpp. UIIUUUIJ) DVOIViV,. $ax % gabits. REMOVAL OF THE NEW Art Embroidery Store From Sq Winter Sueet to 505 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. Stamped Linens, All Varieties of Crewels, Worsteds and Yarns...

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UNSETTLED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

UNSETTLED. To counterbalance a number of very grave inconveniences,—comfortless journeys in jolting barges at double the expense of comparatively pleasant rides in the cars, or expensive aud scarcely more tolerable trips in herdies, or the unwonted wear and tear of muscles consequent on walking,—to offset all this, tbe traveling public of Cambridge has acquired (luring the progress of the great tie-up a vast accumulation of more or less precious experience. Among other useful lessons, we have learned that it is quite possible to get along, after a manner, without certain comforts and conveniences that we have been in the habit of deeming absolute necessities of every-day existence. Indeed, there is no telling till we are forced to make the trial how many or how few of them we can, on a pinch, manage to do w itliout. At the present writing, we have reached the tenth day of the great strike -without carnage," as they say on similar occasions down South. It was, perhaps, too much to ex...

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THE CONSOLIDATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

THE CONSOLIDATION. The people of Cambridge, while no: all astonished, were gratified to learn this week of tbe contemplated consolidation of the Cambridge Kail road with Ike Metropolitan Railroad of Boston. We use ihe term gratified because we believe that our citizens can readily imagine the good results such a wedding will produce. W"\ h the two roads united, transportation will he afforded between tho extreme termini of each road as at present conducted. I'.esides this great accommodation to the riding public, our city will leap the bene.its of rapid growth and an early building of the bridge over Charles ltiver. so long held in abeyance by the caprice of itclrng palms across the water. By all mesas let tbe nuptials take place and we will all lie at the wedding.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Fublie sentiment does not endorse tlie stand taken by Mayor Kussell in raojßesting the railroad L-i)rpoiiiti..n to dc-i-t from the running of cars arter a giv.-n liour on Thursday evening, because of llie possibility of an outbreak. Our police force, though not of fabulous miniums, should beheld to the protection uf individual and corporate interests, though tin- tieavcu.fall. Exhibitions of weakness in great emergencies give si length v. demonstrations of insubordination, and should not for a moment bo tolerated.

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Golden Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Golden Wedding. On the fourteenth of December, ihe i.cv. J. VV. aud Mr?, Parker—long r. -iiient in Cambridge, where Dr. Parker was for many years pastor of the First Baptist < hurch— celebrated tlieir golden wedding, at tla- -itresidence in Los Angeles, California. \\V append a friend's notice ot tbe <•-.. nr. Bad ■ poem by an eminent American writer. The many friends of Dr. J. \V. and .Mr-. Parker will be glad u> lean that, after years of suffering anil the r.-lii,iiui-limeut al all social enjoyment-, sulli.-icut -tiengih was gained for ihe celebration of a golden wedding on the loiiitct-ntli of I) iiil.ir. Our beloved friend looked, on that day. scarcely tile invalid lie vva-. aad bot , li<- and his arranged a ife showed many traces of thfreshness that belonged la Ibßbt earlier years At the sun-si-t time of BBS lln-y ban- rorae Westward, where the suit Breath of tbe l'aeitie -bore lias touched them very gent.v. The recent death i-f their...

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Should Not Be Granted. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Should Not Be Granted. The intention of the Boston and Mails- Railroad Cor|n.nition In close th- draw- on Millerriver and (ha ri.-s river in ordrr lo tarry mil iiiiproveiueiits ~11 th.ir line ~f trucks, will utterly wipe out large busine— and manufacturing interests long establi-hed in Ward Thr.-.-. which have ,|-|S'ii,l-:!. auailj iv whole.to water carrying facilities. We .-.inn..* imagine far 1 tnomenttbatthi-Ore.it ami (ieneral ('earl will permit a bill giving -u.-h authority ;.. pa—.

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Slight Fires This Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Slight Fires This Week. Alarm II at 7. b i ..'.-lock BBBXBtI i.e.l-11111-. N.l • caused by the ignition -.1 charcoal in tin- h. i ol Chance ,v 1 illuming-, in:; Bridge street, piohably from -parks from a pa-sing loc.uioilv r. Alarm 27. shortly before t Onttark vindav afternoon, vv.is on account of a -iigbf lire in tingrocery >!,,;-,■ corner ..I Harvard and Davistreets. Ahiriu 12 .Monday fiirenooii wa- given mi acciuiiit nf a small lire in the dwelling of I-;.: 1 .- Price. Mi Bridge -ir.-,-:. v All overheated stove iv an mirmi-h- 1 room in Brook's uevv block, corner of M.n.rc and .Main street*. cau«ed alarm ill Monday afternoon.

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The Railroad Difficulty. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

The Railroad Difficulty. Since our account last Saturday of the contention between the employes of the Cambridge Kailroad and the Company, many things have occurred to show the determination of either party to hold its ground. Finding that the men seemed determined to adhere to their position. Col. Bancroft, the Superintendent, liegan Unemployment of new men. and on Saturday morning he was so well fortified us to warrant the. running of ears from Harvard square on five-minute time. This movement was attended with some oppo-ition from sympathizers of the men. but not by tbem. To avoid demonstrations of violence or of riotous conduct, pales protection was afforded under orders of the Mayor. A detail of men fioin the several station-was ordered to report in Harvard square to preserve the peace, and officers were delegated to accompany each car to and from the draw OB West Boston Bridge, there to Ih- met h> Boston officers who accompanied each car around the circuit in Boston...

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Knights of Labor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Knights of Labor. The Knights of Labor of thi-city, representing various trade- ami callings, held a public meeting in A.piina- Hall. Tuesday evening, to consider how Ix-st to nndcr relief to the a—einl.ly of railroad ln.-n now on -Hike. Mr. \V. 15. l'atti-on called tin- inciting: to order and presided, and Mr. lli-or;r X. Castas wa-chosen sicreiary. Addn-ses pertinent to tin- subject wen- made by Mess,-. Picket! aad llil.-v and b] out-of the fonn.-r employe- of the ( t.nil.ridge Railroad (onipany. A coiinnitt.-c consisting of M.-si-r-. Ouesaa m. Castas, Win. 1.1 'aniph.ii. .James Livingstone. George I'atlim.ll and IVnnis U'Lcary wa- appointed to prepare resolution-, which were -uhscpi.tulv submitted and unanimously adopted. The rc-oliition- are a* follow-: Whereas, the "laborer is worthy of bis hire." and ■'an injury to one is the ciui.-eru nf all:" therefore be il Resolved, that we, tbe citizens of Cambridge, though assuming to be neither "leading' 1 nm "fama iiient," di piotcst a...

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Statement From Rev. Wm. Orr. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Statement From Rev. Wm. Orr. .bV. /■;.'/',„■ In I::-- Moo liv'- Boston d-iilv papers I w:i- - (Thai iii'-r.-pre-.-iit. I iii r,mark' thai I Intel.- tie- prey lea* .— 1111,1: i, . relativ. 1,, tin- lie-sap ~f lac ('tniil.ri.l-.'e KaUrotvL Tin folinwin- w.is in sabstanec a had I .li-l sat i •• \- rc'.irl- the present ti—up or strike • >■> Ihe i uin-i.ii-L-e i;.iilr,,:i! I think it mv duty losaj n lea w.,r,|-. v- tin .-iit:e of oueiattoßs ..f th. read ivvitbii. ih. I, .tiini. ..i" an parish, an.) swthere In iv 1,.- 111 i:j;. ~| tin- enijiloves iiiein',.-!-- ot 111. e >Bgrr*£*tit>n, ;;'il mane of tin in area hers pr nf. I -l-'-ir In sari tint Ido not know Ibr condition of .the ease in di-put.-. aad, on-.-■liieiillv ran -i. ie,thin,- about the in-ti,-,- nr iii Mi-tie. ..f. iib.-r side. I'.nt I eaaami ilu advise in;. ;h' .;.i,■. cho ni-iv be inter,--toil in thi-till'tiir. to inlnive Ihi IBS |VI * :is tn nn- tin 1,. Christians an-1 ('atholi.--. l...

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Well Deserved. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Well Deserved. \t ihe I'.gllial' linilllhl) 111.-, t ill •nf III" W..111.111'- Rett t Corps. So. 2. brld in (ir 1 Army Hall. Friday evening, I 111. in-t.. BUfi Main -tre.t. Mi-- M. ( arri- Mrioaaa was presented wi'h a |.:it-nt rattan rn-king chair, a- an I\-pr.'-sion of the |,c.., and esteem of th- Corps. Mr-, (teoejrjana If i> -hardson pnssenled th beaatifal t-.tiui-.nitil on I- half of Ihe ( -up-. It was.received with words of heartfelt ar-know-k-dgluent. Mi— Di.kt.lall has Im.-ii treasurer of th- t ',,,'p- for a p- rin,| nt seven year*,during which litne sh,. ha- won th- l.,ve ami regard of every member for her uniform roarti -;, ami agri-cab!.- inaiiiiers. The gifl eaui-- tn her vv both a- -t -iirpri-, .

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Death of a Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

Death of a Soldier. ( -.'.- X. Hall died al hi- r.-si.leh.-e. 12 Ply mptnii -ttei t. Bel Moudti). from disease - trticteil in the service nf his enuutry during lb* r.-I.ellinii. tiL'-'i B \ear-. The deceased wa- 1 un nib.-r of 1 ... If. 21.111 Ib-giineiil. M;.-- V..1-.. ■ad served with his r.-giiui-ut .luring it- . nli-t--in.-ni. 11. was <-i .{tii-t ileineannr and was hLhlv respected by all who had Ihe pleasure ol know ing hiiu. Hi- funeral o--cui-r.il on We.ln.-— day, Itev. Franklin Johnson, D.D.. conducting the nl.-i ,|tii, -. w lii-li were mad.- particularly impt—i.e t.v appropriate singing by a select quartette. Int. ihi. Nt :...,:> pl.ee iii ih- Cambridge ( iiaiti ry. At th- half-pas) tea o'rhsrk -.r. lee ea Sandai 1-i-l.in.-:. Mary' I burrh, Rev. 11...ma- Scully v.a- v.:\ . 11:; It:., i-- i:i hi- sympathy for th. I mrptoyr ol the I aml-i id:- RaUruad, who are Boa on a sdrike. Us -..unsel-,i temperaii.e and moderation in all their niiiveiin i-|s. and parti...

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