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No Woman [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
No Woman is beautiful with s bsd akin, covered with pimples, freckles, moth or tan I bsve been asked msny times what will remove these unsightly blemishes. No fsce paints or powders will remove them, ss the} - are caused by impure blood. The only suie remedy I have ever seen is Sulphur Bitters, aud in , hundreds ol cases I never knew them to fail.
THE NEW SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
THE NEW SOUTH. Atlanta. Ga., Jan. 9,1887. This it was that attracted me to Atlanta. Whon a tt-lejrram came in March, '85, asking rue to go South, I at first dismissed tlie idea as preposterous. I, a black Republican, go South to establish a southern branch ot a business having its home in Chicago and Boston! Surely I was not the man. But Atlanta ~us (he chosen spot for the new ent&lt;«*prise. The name Interested me. I had heard of it aa the birthplace tit the New South. A city which contained a large northern element, and where, if anywhere, an enterprise hailing from the North would find a wmktptae. I read the statistics, inquired what I could witli regard to it, and, making up my mind that a Northern man coming down here on business, would be at least tolerated. I wirrd back an affirmative answer, and the next day left St. Paul for Boston, one week later taking the train for New Orleans, plunging at onua into 1 lie most distinctly southern of all the southern cities. From ...
Masonic Address of Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Masonic Address of Installation. Last week we gave an account of the installation services of Amicable Lodge, F. and A. M., and were compelled for want of space to withhold the publication of Urn feeling address delivered by B. W. Bev. Lucius B. Paige, HuD., on the installation for the jtAy-seeenta, annual term, of tho venerable Secretary, Mr. Charles Tuft*. The event was conspicuous from the fact that the honor* of the responsible office were conferred by Mr. Paige, who la 88 years of age, upon a gentleman nearly three years his junior. The following la the address: Brother Tuft*,—Having faithfully parformed the duties of secretary for the extraordinary period of fifty-six years, your brethren have manifested their na*bated regard for yea by again placing yon la ililiiliiiiiiialahjpaililiia TheM, W.Grand Master ha* directed me, aa Ida special deputy for this purpose, to place onoe more on your breast thi* Jewel, which you have so long worn,. and which I hope you will long continue ...
"Another Hit!" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
"Another Hit!" Is the verdict ol tbe press aad public open tbe new play, "Hell by Ibe Enemy," produced oa Monday, Dec. 27,1886, sad now mooing at tbe Beaton Museum. Tbe delighted sadieaces that aaw crowd tbe Museum, aad the constantly iacreasiag demand for sests, are tuficieot evidence that "Held by tbe Enemy" has come to stay. The plsy is of most absoi bing interest, its story deal. injr with one of those love episodes of oor lata civil wsr, wbicb were so frcqneut aad to romantic, wherein ihe North and Sooth, ka spite af tbe battle's rosr aod war's derasting faiy, linked bands, snd bound themselves heart to baart. We hesr the distant cannon; we sea tbe stooka bagrimmed and powder-stsinsd veterans; batCapid hovers above all, aod bis arrow is the ealy weapon nsed; his wound the only oat given. Tha production bss been one of great caie every ds&gt; tsil ss to costumes, scenery and sppoiataaats having bean thoroughly gone into, and the issatt is a series of war pictures which o...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
—Salvation Oil does not simply assaagepeia; but by quickly finding its way to the teat ef tbe disease allays the swelling and inflsmmatioa, and by removing the cause of tha disease, effects a permsnent cure. Price 25 cents a bottle. —Polite tramp—Will yoa oblige me with a little vinegar snd a bit of rag, madam? I've bruised my beel. Lady of tbe houto—l'm very sorry, but our vinegar is sll ont; wouldn't a IHUe New England rum do ss well ? Tramp-Idoa't know, msdam, but I'll try it, and ai aster atiad tbe rag. —"Truth bat a quiet breast," styt Avea't bard, but wbeu tbe breast is racked with a cough it can not be quiet. Try a bottle of Dr. Bull's Oangh Syrup. The cough it will stay, the sorts,tit allay, snd you'll bless Dr. 801 l for msny a day. —"Does your wife ever pay you any compliments?" asked Frederic Jimson of his friead Benderly. "Never," replied Benderly. "Wall, mine does. She flatters me." "Oftee?" "Oh, yes, frequently j particularly in winter," replied Frederic. "Why does the...
A Deep Mystery. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A Deep Mystery. Wherever you are located yoa should write ta Hsllett &amp; Co.. Portland, Msins, aad raeeivt free full informstion about work that yoa caa do aad live st borne, making thereby from at to #85 and upwards daily. Some have made over $60 ia a dsy. All is new. Hsllett 4 Co. will start yea. Capital not needed. Either sax. All class of woiklug people have ever made orsssvjrte last heretofore. Comfortable fortunes awaitavaty worker. All this seems a deep mrslevy tsvyeo. reader, bat tend slong your add—at aad it will he cleared iip and proved. Better iotdatay;aeer the tim*. '**
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Prescott's Look Out! A A good article always has its imitators, and we now wish to have it thoroughly understood that there in but ONE "Excelsior Baking Powder," and that ALWAYS has the cut of Wm. Prescott on the label, with the words "Manufactured by Wilier, Leonard &amp; Co., Cambridgeport, Mass.," directly underneath. All Powders represented to you to be Prescott's Excelsior Baking Powder that ■"•' *£ #% M* I _% I t\ do not have the above, are frauds, and will . W* M ■"_■■ I 111 X not K uarant *« d °y us - If your K rocer ■■ afm %0 a_r om %# 1 ajgl || wj ,| Qot procure tne genuine "Prescott's : ■illflllri nAllinrn Excelsior" for you, drop us a postal and KJ|l|Nf| f IIwHJtK we will see that you are supplied without delay. ABSOLUTELY PURE. SAKEFACTI'IID BY ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT wiLLEY, LEONARD &amp; CO. ' 284 1-2 BBOADWAY, near Elm Street, CAUTION ! See that this cat Is on every CAMBBIDOBPOBT. — — 1 &lt;s- CO.,' HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Under Hotel Bowd...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
t'EIGHMIE" SHIRT AGENCY. THE CELEBRATED ««l_sl&lt;i HMIE" PATENT DRESS SHIRT. This Shirt Is guaranteed to fit and *et better than any Shirt Made to Order. Every person knows that the set of tbe boson aad neck-band is tbe principal part of a shirt. The "Elghmle" Patent Shirt I. made only from the best material, for first class trade. The bosom can be worn a week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to ontwear the Shirt. Price, Unlaundered, $1.; Laundered. $1.25. The "Elghmle" Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wamsntta Muslin, 1900 Linen bosom. Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. FOE SALE ONLY BY wh»_K.s.__. JOHN M. JORDAN, !____B_aS_ 1 98 CODRT STBBif, opp. Sudbarr, BOSTON. Jnsurantt. Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STKEET. ~~ Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company la the United States London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool, Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
got t\)t If abits. AfITISTS' MATMALS OF EVERY KIND. WADSWOBTH. HQWLAND &amp; CO. 82 and 84 Washington S., Boston. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT Frost &amp; Adams, Importers, ~37 CORN HILL, BOSTON. " MRS. H. LOOKLIN, FRENCH MILLINERY, Feathers curled and dyed in the latest styles. 208 Pearl Street, Oambridgeport. MRS. E. E. FISHER, HAIR PARLORS, 219 A TRKMONT STREET, BOSTON. Ladies Hair Work In all Its branches. Wigs, Frlzses. Front Pieces, and Switches, made to order. All work warranted first class. Furs! Furs! Fur Garments of all kinds madfl to order, and special attention given to altering, cleaning and repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, SS Proapect Street, - Cambrldaeport. MILLINERY. All the latest styles to be found at MME. LA BREQUE'S, 647 Main Street, - OambridgeportNearly opposite City Hall. ; ljulles call ami examine our stock before sjotag to Bastes). We can suit you and sell at BOSTON PKICES. A full line cf FINE MILLINERY GOODS ALWAYS IS STOCK. a % A l...
A GROWING EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A GROWING EVIL. It argues HI for the popular taste, that the more thoroughly and persistently does a newspaper pander lo au abnormal and unwholesome demand for the exciting and sensational, the more lapid and s : gnal apparently is its success. We all know the impatient zest —veiled though it may be with an assumption of sympathy or horror, as the special case may demand—with which the most self-contained aud dignified of mortals will hasten to be the first to convey ill-news of death, or some other calamity. We know well enough that in moat cases it is the indication of nothing either malicious or cruel in the character of the newsmonger, but merely the universal longing to be the medium of a sensation ; it is the same—on an extended scale— with newspapers as with men and women : to be first in the field with the disgusting or dreadful details of some domestic scandal, or deed of inhuman cruelty, is to achieve at once popularity and profi'. If to tbe printed particulars of misfortu...
THE PUBLIC DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
THE PUBLIC DEMAND. It seems to be generally eoneeded that the prosperity and growth of Cambridge depend largely ou the solution of the various problems concerning transit between this ciiy and the metropolis. Whether one of the most important of these—the question of a new and more rapid means of travel, something that shall cast entirely into the shade ihe present safe. convenient, but slow process via the horsecar—is destined to a speedy aud satisfactory settlement, may well be doubted, ll ia several year* now since ihe popular tm was first tickled with prediction-* aud promises of vast improvements in the! way of elevated railroad-, aud later on with schemes iv which a system of cable read was the brilliant factor. Despite tie enthusiasm of inventors, and the promised co-operation of capitalist*.—even in the face of the fact that, in cue in-tan-c at least, if we remember rightly, an elevated railroad company was actually mo rporated—it looks at the opening of- thi- new year of gr...
THE INEVITABLE USURER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
THE INEVITABLE USURER. There i- scarcely any public expo-tire of error or misfortune in which the i vil agency of the professional money-lender iw anting, ("old-blooded, heartless, cmel and selfish, he appears in the openi ig "I the st..ry as a benefactor.—one who. al ►unr-what hc.rvy expense inilei-d. hm only for a lime, brings relief and hope: when the story i- told, —the tragedy ac-om-plished. it is the usurer who clears tlie lasl avenue of e**cape. and gloats over the final agonies of his victim. We have no laws in this state against undue iat&lt; - of intetest.— indeed the utility of such liglslal'llW is very doubtful: tlie ouh remedy for what is nothing lis- than a tremendous evil, ik .. the weight of public opinion. There is deep meaning in that under-curn nt of -entiineut and feeling thai pervades all lit«-i--atures and has Influenced to soin ,. extent - almost all communities iv which the lender of mouey at n-urious rates has Ih-i-u 11-le-gated to a low place in the...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Mr. Edward J. Rrandon. elected on Weduesday evening to the office ot Assistant City Clerk, is a Cambridge boy. Up attended the public school*, ami look an academic course at Boston ("ollejre. For aoaae years he has been connected with the New England Sews Company in Boston, where he has held a trusted, responsible position. Ue* is the possessor of marked ability, and will, without doubt, perform tbedatiesof the office with M'tafartina to •11 concerned. | The promotion of Mr. Walter W. Pike , from the office of Assistant City Clerk to that of the higher position so long held by the late .lustin A. Jacobs, was a deserved recognition of a worthy official who had acceptably filled the place for a period of I nine years. The apprenticeship of Mr. Pike under so able a tutor as was the late Clerk, fitted him in an admirable manner for the new and more responsible office. We wish him success, and a long tenure. Senator Alger lias em? thanks for caf~ of Seventh Annual Keport of the State | H...
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. Many people look upon tbe action of the City 1 Con jeil in reducing the salary of Ihe City Clerk from 4)3 000 to S2BOO as a peculiar transaction. It ! was understood that Mr. Pike was to be promoted ! to tbe position of Clerk, and why tbe salary should be decreased is Ibe poser. Mr. Pike bad ! been in service oine jears as Assistsnt City Clerk, and was of course supposed to have learned all the details of the office. Such having been the case' why reduce the amount of salary heretofore paid and Hen require him to give a bond for a greater i amount than the salary ? Mayor Russell is now ihe subject of a great deal 1 of public criticism, on account of his action in ; selecting for promotion in tbe police department a person ranking the lowest iv a competitive examination. Standing at the front rank, with a , percentage ol 97, was a former Sergeant of police, who was wrongluliv disrated on frivolous charges by the predecessor of Mayor Russeil, and against : which pioce...
Bank Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Bank Officers. The annual mectiugs of Ihe Natiooal Banks were ' held last Monday, at which elections for officers ; took place as follows; Fust National—Directors, Daniel U. Chamber- j lio, Hemy Eudicolt, -Joseph A. Holmes, Dana VY. Hyde, Ueury X. Tilion. President, Daniel L T . ! t barnbei lio. Xational City—Directors,-Ueorgc T. tiale, Geo j W. Colburn, Kdwiu Dresser, Fiank A. Keuocdy, C.leb C. Alien. Prcsideut, T. Gale. Cambridgeport Natiooal — Dircc'ors, Lucius R. ; Paige, Asa P. Morse, Charles James, Prank H. j Jones, Charles Bullock. Prcsideut Asa P. Moise. i Charles River Natiooal —I).rectors, D B. Fliot, , &gt;V. T. Richardson, Widiam Kimball, Lewis Hall, ' Eben S-ow. Piesideot, D. B Foot. Lerhmere Xatiooal — Directors, Lewis Ilali, X. j s. Chaffee, Samuel alocomb, George W. Dear- ■ iroio. L. Marreti, U. S. Browu, W. H. Sheuuau ! Presideut, Lewis Hall. Cambndge Xilional—Diiectois, I&gt;. R. Soitwcll, J.U. Tyler, Gustavus Goepper, J C. Bullard, rhomas Cunningha...
Election of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Election of Officers. Tbe aunuat meetiug of the Carnbudge Mutual' Fne fotasnnea Ctasaaaj was, held last Taassssj sad the foilowiug oiitctors weie elected ; Jeniah aT.Cans, Wil.am J. Mania, Dana W. Hyde, Is.ic S. Pear, Behest O. Fulle*. Hemy N Tdtou, Jeeiab X Barrage*(fifeer! A. A. Petey,Edward il. Scccoojb. J.uc, M. Koibush, Will,am T. Kichardastsj AititJ I*. Iltihour. Uv acbanm in the as iaws Mcssis. Cook, Matvin and l*aibuur **.ie chosen lur a teim ol lour reals. At a suhsciiueot meeting Jo»ah W. Cook was re-elected Piesidcut .nd Aiiie-.i L. Barbeni, Beerets. &gt;.
Legislative Committees. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Legislative Committees. Ihe Senator and Representatives of liiis city io [ he General Court have beeu assigned to the ■ lolluwing named cummitttcs: Mr Alger is ■ , laced on the standing committees of Judicial v, Bill, io the Second Ueadiug aod Boles, aud on j-&gt;int stau/iing cornmnlee oo Liccior Law and Meicauile Atfaiis, of which he is ebnbaue. Ui be joint *taudiug committees, Mr. Ueuuitik will -eive on Ci:ie- and Dii.iusgc; Mr. Peal ol Eiicton Laws; Mr. bi.ei.ti ii Expenditures; Mr Scully oo Maniilactuie-; Mr. Keir.p ou Miliai} Atf.it*; Mr .Headman on I'i.biic service. The 1 -landing eomoi:"-es ol Ibe Ho.ise will have Mi Pcikins on Pi,,bale and Insolvency, and Mr sletjer ou Finance.
Universalist Church Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Universalist Church Fair. Tlie hual aeetiag of the rawaiiiiie ha\ of tea lata i«ir of ihe Kir.t Uai*er_lMl Caarcb ace held last W«sfa»td»v rrteiat; Tberrportol of the tieasutet -howed a net lialance ol &gt;.-j.;i»p if'er all bsMt hid h,cn nai.l. Arete of tbaaks was teu Icied io Mi Ctiar'cs Jataat lor his lai.hlui ■md aiduous woik in Ijchail o: tbe fair. A boapd ot trusices was eh'iscn to lake i of aud invesl lie liiods.whieu cousista of Messi s. Charles dHmis. X. Burt I'liiilips and Mis. X 11. Ticlc. It was sated thst aaU he eppropriated to the correal e\ pense, v! ihe chuii.::i, and (tie balance t&gt;e placed at ictetesT. Tlie ihsnks of the soe ety weie teadered •o Mr Close for his able aud hiisiue-s U. , letticei «s cbaiimaaof Ihe eomiinttee Mr. E Bail Phillip* a!-o &lt;:ame iv tor a shoe ol commendation lor his asaaereat gifis ol money, aud let the ! ime tadaarrary eeatrifaud ht hm. bi-ioie the i mienu,' was a ij .urned, Key. A. £• Wtntc, the patter, add,e...
Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Masonic. Tm Hi: us of Mizjiah Lodge, t. aad A. M. I weir installed ia-t Monday tioaiae, iv Matoaie Hall, «:;a Hail meet, b) M. W.Graad Matter Dealt r.mliiott. Tat teivieet Wcse as usual el a v.-ry laipfsaiirs rhaiotiu. Tlie mm dasiliai of the lodge consist, or (ienrge \V bunion, W.\ M-; &lt; hailcs M. Smith. S. W.; Kdward 1. Niched", ' J. ST.; Francis A. STbate, lica-iler; linn T. L'uhaai. .iciciait . fhetlrt V Biddsii. rbap Urn; K.w.id T. Nieiiol., ■anlnl, Har_rl A. i Rlioadu-, senior d-a ou; Attnit X ileuard. juuior , de.i-on i W. t. u-'iuian, senior sttwaul; bono W l'tniin.iirt. jmioi steward; Edward 11. ' Cutter, insute seuiiiiri; William il. Oerrish, oteaa- • itt; Fitml.ld S. Ilolin-s, v |.- t A '| i u-etic ten j driid selected v,K-al Basic dining the iu-uli.n.' ' cxen.-ists.aud at their i-oueiusiuu a vocal and insti v- ; tatatel cnttra aaaaal w-a* grrea A hani| iel eoa* dadtd ti.e semiesoi il.u cventui'. Ihe recrptioa j eeaarittei ceeiialtd al WotahipfaMtathera Joba ' ...