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Keep Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Keep Ahead. One of the grand secrets of saoeess la Hfe is to keep ahead in all ways pmmmjn., ' v If you once fall behind, It may he very , difficult to make up th* headway wUeh Is ' lost. One who begins with pntttng aside some part of his earnings, however easail, and keeps it up for a number of years. Is likely to become rich before be dies. One who inherits property, aad goes on year by year spending a little more than his income, will become poor if he lives long rronafh ' .Living beyond their'means has brought multitudes of persons to ruin in our generation. It is tbe cause of nine-tenths of. ■'. all the defalcations which have disgraced - the age. Business men do not often help themselves to other people's money aattt their own funds begin to fall off, and their expenditures exceed their receipt*. A maa who is in debt walks in the midst ot peril. It cannot but impair a man's self-respect to know that he is living at tbe expense ot others. It is also very desirable -bat vja shou...

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Catarrh [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Catarrh Is a very prevakat aad eneetUaglr dhspasable disMss, liabla. if asfflsesad, to iivslef J-S* ssrions coos-mptioa. Balsa* a coaStira-MMtdar** ease, it reqniaes a coottiiatior-l ssmatfy Ilia Hood's Sarsap-rms, which, act-tag threatO 4b* ' blood, rsscbss qrery part of tbs syt*ss_,sd|*--_g V a radical and psna-aMt ear* sf esSS-Stli**** "" iv most uvetai-r-M. Mais mmmf'-Msp. L Mt«d ■ *Co.,Low-U,MS-». j, .

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 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 is but ONE '-Excelsior Baking Powder," and that ALWAYS has the out of Wm. Prescott on the label, with the words "Manufactured by Willey, Leonard & Co., Cambridgeport, Mass.," directly underneath. All Powders represented to you to be Prescott's Excelsior Baking Powder that \M r I " f\ I W% do not have the above, are frauds, and will A I ■ I 1 •% 111 SI uot he guaranteed by us. If your grocer •*■ ■ ™**? . wtU not procure the genuine ''Prescott's ■&■»■> ■ft HAIIinPH Excelsior" for you, drop us a postal and KB KIM |« | lllflf Itll we will see that you are supplied without delay. ABSOLUTELY PURE. MAN-FACTI.'BED BT ABK YOUR GROCER FOR IT mum, LEONARD & CO. 284 1-2 BBOADWAY, near Elm Street, CAUTION! Bee that this eat Is on every Bm> CAMBRIDGEPORT. _M:TJ_Es»,-P-E3: _ _r <sc co., HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

t'EIGHMIE" SHIRI_AGENCY] THE CELEBRATED "EIGH MIE" PATENT DRESS SHIRT. This Shirt Is guaranteed to lit and *et better than any Shirt Mads tor' Order. Every parson knows tliat the set of ths bosom and neak-baod Ml the principal part of a shirt. The " Eighmls" Patent Shirt is 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 outwear tbe Shirt. Price, Inlaundered, SI.; Laundered, $1.25. The "Elglimie" Re-Euforced Leader Shirt made from Wamsutta Muslin, 1900 Linen bosom. Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. FOR SALE ONLY BY rone unlet. JO-EIIV !M_s JOR.DAIwT, s^.&,,*h E £. lwlE - 198 COURT STREET, opp. Sndburr, BOSTON. Jnsn.ra.rut. I. BIRD & COT, Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STEEET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company In tbe United States London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool, Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

fax t{j« % nous. ABTISTS'IATEBUJi OF EVEBY KINO. WADSWOHTH, HOWUID i. CO. 82 and 84 Washington 8., Boston, ARTISTS'MATERIAL. OF KVERY DKBCBIPTION, AT Frost & Adams, Importers, 37 CORXHILL, BOSTON. MRS. H. LOCKLIN, FRENCH MILLINERY, Feathers curled and dyed In the latest styles. 208 Pearl Street, . - Cambridgeport. MRS. E. E. FISHER, HAIR PARLORS, »19 A TREMONT STKEKT, BOSTON. Ladies Hair Work In nil Its brancbes. Wlgs t Friizei. front Pieces, and Switches, made to order. All work warranted tint class. Furs! Furs! Fur G'trmsnts of all kinds msds to order, and. spet'ial attention given to altering, cleaning and repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, 58 Prospect Street. - Cambridgeport. miutntry: Ail tlie latest styles to be found at MME. LA BREQUE'S, 647 Main Street, - Cambridgeport* Nearly opposite City Hall. l-adies call and examine onr stork before going to 11.wt.,11. We ran suit you and tell at BOSToS PRICES. A full line or FINE MILLINERY GOODS ALWAYS IX STOCK. A Urge assortment o...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Our wicked neighbor, the Metropolis; will have, this winter, great and varied opportunities in the line of religious instruction. The southern revivalist, Sam. Jones, with a vocal coadjutor, after the manner o( Moody and Sankey, is preaching in the People"* If. E. Church every evening to immense throngs. The greatest preacher of our time, Phillips Brooks, is to speak in Faneuil Hall on consecutive Sunday nights, under the auspices of a committee of young men connected with Trinity Church; in addition to these popular services, the aristocratic and stately old King's Chapel is to be opened for a series of services on Sunday evenings, with special reference to the spiritual needs of people, young and old, who have no regular connection with places of religious worship. This latter service is to be conducted with some of the ritualistic adjuncts of the regular order of worship in the ancient sanctuary; but at tbe exercises in Faneuil Hall, although they will be under Episcopal patronag...

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CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

CITY HALL NOTES. Mayor Russell performed a gracious act on Wedaeaday evening, when he Dominated Frederick B. Pulleo for tbe vacant Sergeantcy in the police department. At tbe meeting last week, tbe Mayor exerciaed bis prerogative by nominating another person whose standing was mncb below Mr. Pollen \n a competitive examination under cml senrice rales. We took occasion last week to lasert, that Mr. Pullen should have l>een nominated under the circumstances of his high standing of percentage, and of the fact that he had unjustly been reduced in rank in 1 *_(-_, aud oe.ides, that be served his country bravely and was entitled to tbe distinction. The mistake of the Mayor at tast week's meeting was rectified last Wednesday evening, when he withdrew the previous nomination and conferred the honoi of tbe office upon Mr. Pullen, who is one of the most intelligent and upright men in ttie police department. The nomination was unanimou-lv confirmed. Tbe first secret session of the A...

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More Police Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

More Police Trouble. It is quite evident thst the oflicisl relations between Sergeant Brady sod Officer Jsmes McElroy are not at all harmonious, sod it is sl.o evident that bad blood prevails Between Ibe men. Tbe officer had been msde Ihe t.irset ol the beigeant's fire on two occasions, the first one being last year wheu he was charged with sleeping on bis post, which charge was not suslaiued after a patient bearing before Ibe committee on police. Tbe new charges preferred by the Sergeant sgainst tbe officer, upon which s hearing wss bsd before tbe committee on last Tuesday afternoon, ware for showing disrespect to ihe Serjeant on the 11th inst., aid for insubordination aod using disrespectful language to him on tbe 13th inst. The first charge was of so flimsy a character as to require oo comment unl**_« it be to show tbe desire of tbe superior to perplex aod annoy Ibe subordinate. Both accuser and accused were put under oath, tbe Sergeant maiutaini*ig tbe truib of bis allegations, ...

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FIVE (JEST FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

FIVE (JEST FARE. Is the reply of Mr. Cummings. the president of the Cambridge Railway Co., to the City Council, in answer to their request for a reduction of fares to five cents, a fair statement of the fare question? He g'm-s a table of the earnings per horse, for Oct. 1886, of three other roads, carrying passengers for five cents—l quote his figures. Average Xo. Car Earnings of horses, receipts, per horse. BosSO- Consolidate-, 1,700 593.+35.70 $M.96 Metropolitan, .. . 3,546 153.603.17 61.78 So. Boston, .... 910 46,492,46 51.09 Cambridge 1,667 76,403.32 45.83 He says, "this method is a rough one. but is sufficiently accurate to show the fact— and it is a fact—that on a given outlay in operating expenses the Boston roads can earn more money on a five cent fare than we can on e six cent fare."' Why docs he single out the month of October? The number of horses owned by the Cambridge Co. the 30th of Sept., '86, in their report, sworn to by Mr. Cummings, was 1354, or 313 less horses tha...

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Cambridge Annual. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Cambridge Annual. Mr. f.eorge F. Crook, printer, author, munieisn, actor aod publisher, makes his obeisance for the second time, and presents to the public his pretty annual of useful knowledge. The pubiiealioo is of -K> pages, each teeming with valuable data, ; local ami otherwise. Air. Crook ban excelled in ■ his second effort Uy makiug the book a much ! needed publication of -reference, which will he i found convenient in office and in the home niicle. The typography is a tine specimen of hi* skill in the art pieseivutive, and the general "makeup" lis quite creditable. We regret, however, that the publisher pen-i-u in making it appear that Putnam Lodge of Freemasons was chartered in 17.V., when it came into being; in 1804, or <j1 year* after I tbe formation of Amicable Lodge, the first to j organize in Cambridge. As a whole the Annual lis an interesting production. Newsdealers and I booksellers have it.

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John A. Logan Post 186, G. A. R. Installation of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

John A. Logan Post 186, G. A. R. Installation of Officers. The officers of this newly formed Post of the Grsnd Army were instilled Thursday evening. The ceremony took place in the lodge room of Friendship Lodge, No. 20, I. O. 0. F., Odd Fellows' Building, No. 548 Msin street, after fifteen new recruits had been mastered in by Department lospecting Officer B. Reed Wales, Commander of BeDJamin Stone, Jr.. Post, No. 68 of Dorchester, who was assisted by comrade Warren X. Snow, Officer of the Day and comrade J. H. Currant, Quartermaster Sergeant. Past Commander P. Allen Lindsey of Wiliiam H. Smart Post No. 30, Department Mustering Officer, was the installing officer, anil tbe following officers were installed: Commander, John D. Billings; Senior Vice Commander, John S Sawyer; Junior Vice Commander, James Greenwood Harris; Adjutant, William P. Brown; Quartermaster. Thomas Pear; {Surgeon, Charles E. Vaoghan, M. D; Chaplain, Rev. William A. Start; Officer of the Day, D. Webster Bullsnl; Of...

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An Old Masonic Organization. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

An Old Masonic Organization. Amicable Lodge, F. aud A. M , was charteicd by the Grand Lodge in 1805 and held regular monthly meeting* until about 1839, at which time a »trong anti-masonic .enlimeol seized the community. The opposition to the fraternity became M gieat as to affect the well-bring of tbe Lodge, aud it was determined to surrender the charter ou the ground that no increase and growth could be possible during the excitemeut theu existing. The Lodge was the owner of a chanty lund o: >800, and the proposition was made to the selectmen of Cambridge to accept the fund and dishui *e it as occaiioe lequired for the benefit of di strewed masons or their families. The offer was indignantly refused, the prejudice against the order being so great. The custodians of the funds, thus rebuffed, placed it on deposit and awaited a reaction ot the public mind, which gradually manifested itself, and in 1849 application was made to the Grand Lodge for a restoration of the charter...

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Mental Healing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Mental Healing. The January number of the "Mental Healing Monthly,*' lies before us. The magazine ii devoted to the advance men: of Christian Science or mind cure of disease. It is well edited, and is favored with contributions of endorsement ol the -.object from the pens of Rev. C A. Baitol, Mrs. A. M. Diaz. T. B Campbell, M. D , Rev. O. P, Giffjrd and other prominent writers who have inlouned themselves of the wouderful cures by met.tal healing. Miss M. H. (.age has charge o f the editorial depuitmcDt, Key. J. W. Winkley ol the church department and M iss Annie -I Close of this city of the family department. The magazine lurnUhes valuable mlormatiou to those uot understanding the phenomena of cuiing without medicine and will be appreciated when lead. It is published by the Mental Healing Co , L. M. Mar-ton. M.D . President, No. 130 Chandler stieel, Huston, and v on sale at Beunke's, Ml Main street. *

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The Police Department. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

The Police Department. The lack of unanimity in the police department is a matter which the committee on police should icquiie into with a view to establish rooie harmony than is now said to exist in this important branch of the public service. Kvcry once in awhile there crop, out some form of contention between superiors and -subordinates, with criminations and recriminations, If there is a desire on the part of superior offi *ers to impose on the men it -should he known, and per noutra, it the privates are given to insubordination and arc disrespectful they should be taken to account. While we muy □ aver expect to have '.he 4, line**t police in the world," we may hope to approximate somewhete near to it hy hoidiog every man to a strict observance of proper discipline and v faithful performance of duty.

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Sociable. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Sociable. The young people of Harvard Street Church have once mure come to the front, and Thursday evening those who attended their sociable came away firmly impressed with the idea that Ibey were anxious to make everybody feel at bom**. Sltem Davis, W'cudeil, Parker nnd Frye, with Messrs. Ayres, Tbouian and Jose, assisted them in making ihe evening a pleasant one, hy gITIM a choice programme of reading-*, piano solos, banjo duetts, etc. The first and last part of the evening was devoted lo a social tune, and they succeeded so well that everybody wanted to come again.

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Unity Temple of Honor, No. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Unity Temple of Honor, No. 10. The Gospel Tonipei-it.ce Meeting** under Ihe auspices of the above Temple are continued snc.-essfuily every Sunday afternoon, in Temple of Honor Hall, 58.'. Main street, at li P. M. The meeting last Sunday afternoon was presided over hy Mr. J. If. Patriquin. .Devotional exercises worn led hy Mr. David Eccles, The testimonies of the reformed men and temperance workers could not fail to have produced Ihe desired cll'ect. Mr. E. Stone conducts the meeting next Sunday afternoon. AH aie eo.diaMy invited.

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Irregular Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Irregular Time Table. lithe Camhri-ii:*" Raihoad Company has any wish to make friends with ihe public or at least no*, to make enemie**-, they will do well to jrive notice when ll.ey take off CM from their usual routes. It is well enough understood that under four horse time not n many trir-** can hi made as under ouiinai v lunninj; time, but that t-t uo excuse for taking ol! cms fiotu hiaiicb ionic-, without ponce, to such im nnveuierae ut wi.l Ml fall to mtntUM living oo main route-*, who Imvo little loss of time even with fewc trip*. Ue_.ider.tri on the Cottage Kami ion..-, in repented instances, have waited for certain cars in tlie leef.nt .evere weather until they found there were none, and then lakiD_r their way to l'eai I ulieet, lout tho j regular car on that ronti-, nnd were obliged to walk to Alain street j_i a mood not very pleasant. '. The reveisc has ;.i«o taken pl.ice, in pcisooa from ' Fear] street they could :_et an earlier ; cat on 1» rookline street, lost i.ot only...

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Washington Letter. Washington, Jan. 18, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

Washington Letter. Washington, Jan. 18, 1887. Congress and tbe social world of tba Capital have both been busy during tbe week. Society bas attended the President's levee in honor of tbe Diplomatic Corps, and another given by tbe Chief Justice of tbe United States; has eaten Mrs.Cleve. land's elaborate luncheon; gone to ber semi-week-ly noonday receptions, and made and received calls by the thousand. Congress has talked even more than usual, but it has voted as well. Some of its most important work was aimed at the Mormons of Utah, and much was done io behalf of the farmers and shippers of the country. I might as well say much was done for tbe people of tbe country generally, for the passage of the Interstate Commerce is a triumph of the people over corporations, pool-makers and stock gamblers. This measure came safely through the Senate by the decisive vote of forty-three to fifteen. Tbe Senators sat with it on Friday until past midnight, aod a vote was not reached until after near...

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American Legion of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887

American Legion of Honor. The regular meeting of Dam Council, Xo. I£C. of the American Legion of Honor, oo Monday evening last, was an occasion ot rare interest to 'its members and visitors. After lodge work and the installation of the officers elect for the current year, there was a grand surprise party, which originated with the Grand Officers of the Order in this State- Orator James X. OJell, who founded the Council, and the immediate predecessor of the present (.rand Commander of the order in this ; State, in !»ehalf of the (iiaud Officers, presented jto Grand Comiuander Davenport an elegant and expensive French clock and ornaments, as a token of respect and appreciation tor their brother otlirer, persoo.-Ily and officially, who has recently taken unto himself a wile. The circumstances attending this event, tbe presentation, are peculiar, ioasraacb as it had been reported that the Grand Commander had been for some time, searching up ■ and down the State for a "better half," and ...

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