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Be Your Own Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Be Your Own Doctor. It won't io«t you out-half as much. Do not delay. &gt;m.l three _-ertiT stamps for |&gt;o»t;i_c-. anil we will 5..-ud you Dr. Kaiifiiiainfs _n-at work, tine c-olored jilates. from lif&gt;-. on disease. it. causes and home run-. Address A. V. Or,lway Jfe Co.. Boston. Mi-.
White Cross Army. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
White Cross Army. Mr. Editor,—As the Cambridge Press is ever ready and willing to allow space in its columns for anything and everything that has for its aim the welfare of humanity iv general, I make bold to ask permission to say a few words in your paper in regard to the White Cross Army. I will first give the pledge taken on joining this Army: "I promise, with the help of God. —1 to treat all women with respect, and endeavor to protect them from wrong and degradation. 2. To endeavor to put down all indecent language and course jests. 3. To maintain the iaw of purity as equally binding upon men and women. 4. To endeavor to spread these principles among my compHtiiciii, and try to help jjmy younger brothers. ."). To use all possible means to fulfil the command. "Keep thyself pure." " This is a manly pledge, and every word in it speak* for itself. The object of this Army is to confront and unmask impurity wherever it may be found; to educate, warn and discipline youth against its ap...
Cream and Cold Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Cream and Cold Weather. What a luxury is ■ bath in summer. Surely but | greater luxury is a clear head in winter: jlist whfiß almost everybody is sneezing and HttHag witli a cold in the head. Hut when you are attacked use Kly's (ream Halm. It cures cold in the head, ami what is better. It cures the worst cam of chronic catarrh aud hay fever. Not a liquid, not a snufl*. lMea.-ant to use, Qcdek relief. Radical cure.
A Modern Miracle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
A Modern Miracle. The story comes to us of a man m ho, more than twenty years ago, injured his knee hy being thrown from a horse. The lag Ml beut at right angles and stuck straight out behind. After abandoning all hopu of ever limbering his knee joint, he had a PM|h leg titled from the knee down, and thus lie walked tor more thiin twenty years. A few months »go, hearing of the marvellous rehixiug power of .Johnson's Anodyne Liniment, he wa.* induced to u_.it.t- h trial of it. and, strange as it may seem, after rut hing in the liuiuieiit twice a day for nearly live weeks, the cords were entirely relaxed and the leg straightened. Several months have elapsed since this oveurrem-e took place, and yet the knee fatal is as ser-Ueable a.- the other, with no tendency to become sit IT again. Another case fully as remarkable, if not more so, . nines to us from Nova Scotia. Morton, King's County, Nova Scotia. I'ear Sir,—l esteem it a duly 1 owe you and the ■'Uhlif, to make known tlie very extr...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
—Summer boarder—"l have hoard tbat silk ta**cK ltuw on your corn?" Farmer-- "Ye-, mis*. regular gnm -ilk it is. too. - .lames I*yl,-*- Pearline is acknowledged to l»e the Ust preparation in M fur laundry prpoao. It ivjUn the wa-h-i* |o --l-aiise Ihe clothewithout wearing tlietn out with rubbing and pounding. —He (to lady in front) : "Madam, your hat obstructs my view of the stap\" She: "What**, the matter with sitting in tlie gallery?** —In chronic ilisease-, medicine* should be nrtoriag, and not dehilitatiu;:. in their actfon. The wonderful -tn nirthinu' and curative efieotr»ali/ed from the mm of Ayer's Sarsaparill. -n-laiu the reputation of this remedy a- tin* Mod |M»pular blood putter. —It i-the ea-iest tiling in the world to discover the defect- in a man when we do not like him. —"No HUB punchc- for me." said the horse CRT conductor when betook the pledge.
NEW YORK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
NEW YORK NOTES. The very handsome '-Gladstone Testimonial" has been on exhibition at Tiffanay's this last week; three feet in height, twenty-two inches wide, it is of sterling silver and weighs 1,000 ounces. The design shows tbe great appreciation of Gladstone's admirers in this country. A graceful female figure wearing a star-spangled robe holds in one hand the Irish harp, while the right arm encircles the base of the bust of Gladstone, placing a mass of shamrock leaves there. On the centre of the base "Home Rule" is carved, arouud which is a wreath of laurel. Great prepaiations are being made for ] the "Pol'i.*- Parade." which will be Hie finest turn-out of blue coats ever witnessed. Two thousand four hundred meu will be in line, with forty men to each company as guides. The "Broadway Squad," which consists of ninety-two men, are all over six feet in height, and are superb specimens of humanity. Society barriers are fast being s.ve|t away iv New York, and many can now buy the high...
Don't Get Caught [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Don't Get Caught This spring with your blood full of impurities, your digestion impaired, your appetite poor, kidneys and liver torpid, aud whole system liable to be prostrated by disease—but get yourself into good condition, and ready for the ehauging and warmer weather, by taking Hood's .Sarsaparilla. It stands unequalled for purifying the blood, giving an appetite, and for a general spring medicine. —It is all very well to talk about mind reading, but the thing that should be encouraged is newspaper reading.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
__*«■ ■ HI I a 1 S Vjhe Best and Purest MedicineS EVER MADE. 11 111 /£x_J , Wltwlll drive the Hnmorfromymirlll II "V xJ"A&gt;iy»i™i, and asaks your skin 111 6_Js__clean and smooth. Those 111 Ijl *» 'o Vsfimjeimplvt, and Bl»trhe.||| _■*&lt;&lt;_ °« *_.sKjAv-whlrhmar yenr beautyn ts_ 4 e , ov "vj laoaen hy lnipuregs m \. *j. % ,'\ y A&gt;^'&lt;W blo " ,1 &gt; *""' cau '"•"HI IB '. ''. 4 '&lt;r/sA:*"Vrem&lt;&gt;vi'lina..h..rtlll U \ %,\ a v V*^cW_ ime ' U &gt;'" v ar, i|| IB s_^_T.__ , *s__' , V e - *%&lt;^^bi&lt;»Ht &lt; i'u-||| 1 U&gt; *V "vT*__7si *o. /&gt; °j» f| Th. rx»e A|X \r- %\% SS W .mall-only a t- 0 o r -&gt;/. %II ■ spoonful. Itl.theX_ ; % ,II ■ bat and "• 4__*_. B medicine. Try ft, _r_r*sW' , &lt; , */y V,\ Ml Byou»llll&gt;eiiatlsfled. °r A *&gt;, '■ UI I &lt;_et It of your Druggist, % 'C-. JH BdohTWajt. *«*U B If j...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
BAILEY &amp; EANKIN Successors to OHIPMAN'S SONS &amp; CO. This is not an instalment store, -■■"-!__ ; - " %J 'W ut a first-class Carpet House. 'MRm\ Btaaaa&amp;ar- : ■ Nothing but Hw I / : --ln?J__pß ___■__■* pull' VVHTTrU-aT!! iIK * ( ut to -41 til'l'l tl BE cSSK t&gt;u&gt; Lowest Gasli H Wl " Prices, aavaaar' ' ■ irS ;&gt; ■ laV^!_______w_l ni ■ 1-J*&gt; amad the hahincn tho Mr 'IB j '-''HMillnl BBIIP-^^^^^^^^Kf'-'-p*^^ ' —_C^V^aWSaS^H .jM Exclusive Carpet Store I'""---BAILEY *&amp; RANKIN* ton that bM ever made this J^^^^^uec^^^*nrTMA- Q soys* ol fer. Cor. Court and Hanover Streets, *7 Mind Over Matter! MRS- DE. E. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street. Room 10, Cambridgeport. Mass A Sever*- OkasS of Catarrhal Fiver »f Stomach anil KowelM Completely Cured. Iters bad attack.* si a it.irrhal, or membranous fevt-r. for live years, ami Ist the la*.t year of tbe live it liiij* been excredini;ly bad. I ettiploved...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
liusmtss (Jar Us. W. A. CU RRI ET D.D.S 7, (Surgeon Dentl.t,) Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. A Dental Cidlege Friday Afternoons. WILLIAM MILLIGAN, ■iSur-g-eon l&gt;eiitis».t, 613 Main St., Boom 1, Oentral Square, CAMBKIDUEPOUT. ltcsideiK-e, —No. M Fayette Street. P. ALLU UHBWY, Depaty Sheriff of Middlesex Coilj, C.MBKIIHiKI'OItT, MASS, Om» No. ill.'! Main St. Telephone 7313. Beegea Oflkea: U Court street, iK i ll.i BUTLER, UA\A &amp; DKkSOX, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, 34 SCHOOL STEEET. BOSTON, BsO-fJM M ;m.l M Saving-* Uank ltulMing. .J. 11. Itutler, mMMM I&gt;ana. Willi.im I'ickson WM. H. MARTIN, attorney &amp; Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, nili4 CAMBKIOUKI'UUT. tl RICHARDSON &amp; HALE, Attorneys &amp; Counsellors at Law Rooms 39 and 40 Rogers Building, 209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. B. KIi:H AKI&gt;KO_f. I. B.HALX •.•Mr. Hale's ret-i-lcuce in Ilarvar-1 street tf. C. F. APPLETON, Gentlemen's Shoes, 13 COUR...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
w I illumlnng anb (fas fitting LEVI HAWKES &amp; OO _F*l uuibe i* is», Hituititr'.v Work a S*p«?eittlt_," 599 MAIS' STs^CambridgeportLF.V! HAWKK.H. JOHX CRAWFORD JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBER &amp; GAS FITTER, 09 CAMHKIUGK STREET, Hast Camhiiiugk. (Retideuce, Xo. 112 Gore Street.) All order, by mall or otherwise promptly att«-iicl..&lt;i |o. ST. VEORVES HALL, -t_i*? y,Aiy STHKKT, to let for Dances, KnterJVFsJ t.«iumeuts, lodge meetings, etc. Kni-uire OfCOABUta Atkins, 4."; i» i . Main street, or ;m L'pton Street, Cambridgeport. Cambridge LaundryOne of the oldest aim best Laundries practically at year owa door. Send a postal and our drivers will pall Mo.miavs »t any part of Cambridge,and deliver the good. Kkihavh. Hollaud Shades aud LacelJurtaius made a specialty. ( AMBKIDIiK LAUNDRY. I.iif. Mlffft. C.Tnbrielgepnr TT ."iTT 1 '' 1 ". '*"*• ni lie.tin- and mas, lavuraainatyal V I |[" r for v*. than ut siivttiinir elss In ilcis I I I I l«oi-lcl. Capital not iiiicl.il;voa...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
.J-isararu-. T. BIRD ITW., Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STREET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company in tbe United States London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. OE__f"Sevei*al other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, "The Old and Reliable insurance Jtgettcy." W. B. Hastings &amp; Co. Insurance Apts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, Kant Cambridge. Jo. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE. Boston C3f~Ot_ce boar, in Boston from 1 to 3 P. M. ORDERS BENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted at heretofore &lt;V. B. -AHTIHOB. F. W. B AST INOg. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1826. SURPLUS JANUARY 1, 18S7, S-76,936.16. Dividends on ."&gt; year Polities, 70 per cent. Dividends on all others, 50 " J. S. SAWYER, Agent for Cambridge. OFFICE, - 5«9 MAIN ST., Cambrld Report Off...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
CatarrH elys m\WJ mm BALM B#-P?FAM Cleanses the ■ffil-^-y^lic "1 Head * Allays Inflamm all on. JJ Heals the Sores. __■ / _fl Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing. A quick BeUef. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle Is applied into each nostrel aud is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druggists: by mall, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggist., Owego, N. Y. _F , UItt_V_A.O_ES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Eepaired, -BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith aad Slaet Iroi Worker 21 CENTS AL SQUARE, CAMBRIDGEPORT.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
v^^r* BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, MS. jajmm ©_r_p___s___raUNHEARD OF BARGAINS in all kinds of Usahil HOUSEHOLD 6880 S. Farlor, Ciaier, Due Bom ail EtiM Fortturn; Carpets- Crockery, Glass Ware, &amp;c, in Endless Variety. Sold for CASS oron ISSTALUESTS. We trill Sell * 100 Worth of GooeUtorSli' Down and flO per Month, or ASO toorth for SS Down and AS vrr Month. GOODS DELirEBEB TMJtEfedl DEPOTS &lt;» Me., .V. J.., Ma—,, XTX., * Os-t. CHAMBER FURNITURE dMHfe lN AsH &gt; ° AX » *%Mm \mY m W BIRCH ' cgGRRY - M Wm I PIME * Walhut JUJJJ and Mahogany _____! m\ J__H ____!_' "SBBal -_B* \i"T_siit Styles. s^___^_^Bßk&lt;J V»ssßssßßaJ At prices that are .are to mart, the rood, tn a hurry. Wa are bonitd to Til***!*** 1 ! We have a full-sized solid BLACK WALNUT Chamber Salt, lO pieces ni.il_l.ts. Aa Si I SS AN ASH SET, full-sized bed, and same style as the above mentioned walnut Mt, with th* u-e style bureau, with wood tops, and one of the (reatest bargai...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 10. I JAMKS COX, I I Kdltor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE, MASS., JUNE 4. 1887. I Tarns, la adraae., 1 I SS.OO par aaaaaa. • PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ifli? !fee„„, %\}t gambri&amp;ge JJtesß SATURDAY. JUNK 4. 1887.
"THE THIRTEENTH JUROR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
"THE THIRTEENTH JUROR. The trial was over at last, and we were duly locked up in the jury room to make jip our verdict. days and days the case bad dragged Along. It had taken a long time to examine the numerous witnesses. Then the lawyers Aad to be beard, and Anally his honor had 'felivered a charge of extraordinary length Iknd profundity. I I felt relieved when I entered the jury room with my eleven companions. Surely V could come to a decision in a few mm PpM. I To my mind everything wm perfectly clear. The defendant, Max Steinway, was guilty of murder. True, no human eye hitd s&lt;«-n him commit the crime, but the -&gt;ii-rainstantiiil evidence was dead against him. ■ I formed mi unfavorable opinion of Steinway from the lirst. He was a foreigner, a lii tie past middle age, strikingly Handsome, but with a sinister gleam in his l %ld"gray eyes. Our plain country people did not like his ways. He never mingled with his neighbors, and there wu a haughty, repellant air ...