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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887

Jnsnrana. ; Attention, Steam Users! The explosion at tbe Middlesex Bleachery calls to mini! The American Steam Boiler Insurance Co., of „. Y. Cash Capital, SSOO.OOO, Insures against loss of Uie and damage to property at a vkiiy low bate. All In one Policy. J. St. Clair WWttemore, for Cambridge, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. H. BIRD & CO., | Insurance, Ho. 559 MAIN STREET. — Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. i I—rgest assets of any Company in the United States London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, " The Old and Reliable Insurance e^gency," VV. B. Hastings & Co. Insurance Apnts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, Earn Cat—bridge. Xo. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston •PS - Ofllce hours in Boston from 1 to 3 P. M. ORDERS SENT HY JIAII. PBUIIIII.V At TENDED TO. Losies promptly adjusted at heretofore...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887

spetroline} POROUSED PLASTER dares Backache, -ungT-raobles Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, Etc. A trial will convince the most skeptical tint they are tht bwt. They are medicated with capsicum and the active principle of petroleum, being far more powerful in their action .hanotherplastcrs. Do not be Induced to take others, but be sure and get the genuine "Petroiine," which is always enclosed in an envelope vita the signature of the firoprietoTS, The P. w. P. Co., and directions in our languages; also seal on front and back of each plaster. Sold by lint-class druggists, at 25 cents each. ' CORN PLASTERS Are the best known remedy for hard and soft corns, and never fail to cure. Price 35 cents. ThePeleg White Preprietari £§. MANUFACTURERS, 113 W. Broadway, _T. V., U. S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. Anil Hugh R. Gray, corner of Main and Columbia streets, Distiict Agent for Cambridgeport.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887

One* Cough", Colds, — osrmmese, I—m——d BronchiUs, w hoor Inff Cough, Indpla— Co—amp- ■ .emuee* L n. and r*U.—ts co_—npcttv* ■ __K«p_l_ p'rsons In *d—ae*d staass of ■ Br —edteaaa. Pnoe_rta ■—»-■ TRlccm. The Genuine Z*w BuITaH n Coko* Bpvp I* sold oolr in ■ SM\ wmtriid. vi utw, re, snd bears oor_| %al M rwriflt*r*<i Trade**—— to wit, ■ ww J jmLAJittiCeHeadtnaClreie.aSea-m Oi._l.—.—i—l, ticel thcil W, wm SALVATION OIL, ".Th* Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain," Will re-eve more quickly than any other known remedy. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frostbites, Backache, Wounds, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, &c Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle. ■_■ ■ H ■ I ■ 1 sThe Greatest Blood Purifier/^ 1 KNOWN. # I I This Great German Medicine Is the#_, 111 I cheapest and best. 128 doses of SUL-#,cw 111 I PiiL'KßlTT£RSforsl.oo,les9tliiia_Fi c? 11l I one cent a dose. It will cure —e_r X ||| . <—] worst cases of...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887

Acme Skates, Dark Lanternsj| Sleds, Sleigh Bells, 1 Boys' Tool Chests, Ice Chisel* 4 BURDITT & WHITE, 2 and 4 Central Sq., Cambridgeport. THREE GOOD WORKING GLOVES! The first, the best, feuch as your jrrandmother used to knit: jut n ceived from Maine, the smell of pines in every pair, 85 cts. E3T LINED HOGSE3N. _^fl Most popular with drivers. Best made, waterproof, durabe, soft and verr warm. Three styles. $1 25. FIFTY GENT GLOVES. In along series of years we have never been able to show such a variety, such heavy and good stook in these low priced gloves as we now <3r. CJ. TT. JFTT I_l_l_3_a, 561 Main Street, - . . Oambridgeport We Want the Earth f _ TO KNOW THAT WE ABE B_LLINO -AHDEVERY KIND OF FURNITURE To Adam your Homes at the VERY LOWEST PBICES, Either for cash or on our special credit system. Ec-upholstering and Carpet I—v—b Snecisltie*. V_ our Furniture Emporium aud be convinced that we mean what we s»y. f~~..«». ».— GILES & FULLERTON, EBEE...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 47. -■ I JAKES COX, 1 I Editor aad Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE, MASS., FEBRUARY 12, 1887. 11 1 I •».** per n.Ui. } PRICE FIVE CEJrfg. gjfee jfs#?BB* ftp gambrt&je |rt?os SATURDAY. FEB. 13. 188;.

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WHAT BILLY'S VALENTINE BROUGHT HIM TO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

WHAT BILLY'S VALENTINE BROUGHT HIM TO. BY ANNIE J. CLOSE. I "Hereld, Globe, Jeurnel an' Travler!'' shouted Billy Hart at the top of his voice. Billy was a paper-boy, that is to say, a *ioy whose mission, or at least occupation, whs to sell papers. He was a real flesh and blood boy, mid from appearance one ♦would sayj dirt, also. If any one made an idol of Billy, which no one ever had done tip to this period of his existence, but if luch could be the case, they might say fjterally that he was an idol composed mjachly of clay. Poor Billy! a rough life afas his, and although under his thin soiled ooii t beat a heart capable of some kind feeling and affection, it was not known, j .Billy was what nice society would term -VVWulgar Arab." What was there in his life to call forth refinement? At home (he "had a sort of a home) a r.runken father was generally quarreling with a mother who kaevv the tasteof beer far too well. Where-eji-r lie went he seemed to hear coarse language. The well dres...

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Politeness. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Politeness. Pew persons realize bow urea* • power tor happiness is wielded by the simple habit of politeness ft is frequently regarded as a superficial thing, eawnirtarof" ajr adherence to rule* and forms of etiquette, nrSU best a mere imitation of kindness, which would lose all value If seen through. Thus many worthy and sincere people associating I: with pretence, feel a certain contempt fnr It, and of course do not cultivate it. while others, shrewdly seeing In It only a useful lever to gain peisonal ends, try to practice it accordingly, whenever they suppose it may react beneficially upon their own interests. Both tltese classes err In underrating true politeness. It Is not a spurious imitation of kindncs«, respect or regard, neither is it synonymous with thorn; hut it Is their natural outward expression. It may be defined as the art of showing by external signs the Interna! regard wo bar* for all our fellow-men. For, while the many different sentiments wefeoM towns* those bound...

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Amusement Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Amusement Notes. Park Theatre. — "H'xxlman Blind," which ha* been played to crowded booses during thi. wetk, will continue tbe attraction for Ibe comiag week, and it is safe lo *«y that targe aa.iaoce* will witness ihe remaining performaßees of this famt-tit English scenic drama. It can wilh truth be said, that ia it* development of lines, of •itnalion* and of purposes; in il. unfolding of jay. and miseries, of heartache* and heart gladucss, th. tlory of 'Hoodman Blind" is on. of th. aiost cootiauoutly affective, cntertaiui.g aad dramatic that ha* been pre*«nted on the stag, in many years. Ia its play ol manly aad womanly character; in it* delineation of the aaarieat at tbeir highest tension, aad in its general gratpiag of .11 those cord* which draw tightly upon the baa* and most in human natuie. "Hoodman Blind"lt a masterpiece of ingenuity. Ilorxis Street Thbatbe—"Fiu Mac Cool," Boucicaull'a latest success, ha* bsts draw.taa* esewsJae aewasa***that ttjajßlrj Ja-piiWi t'tataaa* duri...

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Friendship Lodge, I. O. O. F. Visits Bethesda Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Friendship Lodge, I. O. O. F. Visits Bethesda Lodge. L**t Monday evening: about sixty member, of Friendship Loa-re, No. 2.1 O. 0. F.. of this city, visited Bethesd* Lodge of Sooth Boston, beiof inviled by ih.t lodge to spend a social evening wiib them. Tbe member* of Fi iendsbip Lod-r. wer* much plcssed to tad on their arrival at South Boston that Grand Master.Hill *f thi. State, who it making a tour of the lodge* under hi. jurisdiction, was there present, and they waie amply repaid far their barge ride in the snow norm by Inteaiaf to ibe brother* interesting account of th. work being done throughout tbe State. Later ia the evening the member* tat down le sapper la tbe banquet ball. After Ihe supper aa boar or two wa* pleasantly paned ia tpattla*to a aerie* of tout* presented by Fast Graad Master Stickney of Belhesda Lodge, who .acted as toast-matter. Voc*l and instrum.utal music,ate, were also much enjoyed. Among; those pitatal. accompanying tbe Noble Graad of Fri.atl.hip Lodge, wa...

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Hawkins Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Hawkins Lodge. 7hi* grand old lodge which still live* aad labor*, lor the cause of temperance, iaaiallod taa followiatj officers for tbe ensuing term, on Friday rvaaiaf, Feb. 4th.: W. C., William McCoy; W. V., Bitter McDtrbsott; B. 8., He.ry Heoty; F. 8., H.T. Green; T., Sitter Afoes Fortaae; C, Sitter Uyneaforth; U-, Robert Russell- I. G, SMar Annie Stevens; O O , Edward McDeravoU. Patt Chief Edward McDermott and Suite parfcitaad j the installation ceremony ia a wary able manner, alter which llro. H. T Qreea called aa Saaar Annie Fortune aad Sitter Edith Harvey, aad after a few well chosen remarks, preasoted each young lady with a splendid ctbitet, oa bahtlf of ihe members. Both ladies thaaked lb* atftart of the lodge for their kindness. Th* Bi*tert then served a coll.lioa, aad every oae prataat •pent a .err happy .vealng. Taa mach eradta cannot be given to Bra* Heary T. Grata, tjarihi • way ia which be it workißg- lo kaaa Bawfeaai ; Lodge alive. It aaat he said that thraagh kit \ ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Look Out! A A good article always has its imitator*. and we now wish to have it thoroughly un- . derstood that there is but ONE "Excelsior Baking Powder," and that ALWAYS has L the cut of Wm. Prescott on the label, j with the words --Manufactured by Wilier, I Leonard & Co., Cambridgeport, Mass.," | directly underneath. jf All Powders represented to you to be Prescott's Excelsior Baking Powder that W* %M 9 W aJ I do not have the above, are fraud*, and will ■" M_ I - wF I J\ 111 ■■_ not oe guaranteed by us. If your grocer ■" •»■ " *"| will not procure the genuine ''Presootfs nil/IMn nntaUnri. Excel-»-or"for you, drop us a postal and Kb INu I utflfaJtl. we will see that you are supplied without ABSOLUTELY PURE. MASVFACTt'BED BY ASK YOUB GROCER FOR IT WILLKY , LEONARD & CO. 284 1-2 BBOADWAY, near Elm Street, CAUTION! S*. that thi. eat I. on every m „_ CAMBRIDGEPORT. &c CO:, HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Under Hotel Bowdoin, DEALER IS Hats, Gaps, Umbrel...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

SHIRT AGENCY.' I / ; 1 THE C ELKBRATED |n '" \\ "EIGH M! IE" 1 S PATENT DRESS SHIRT.: \o—, i . i £?/ Till. Shirt is guaranteed to tit and sat fetter than any Shirt Mad. to \ • V 7/ Order. Every person know* that the *et of the bosom and netk-band i* Y±L Ol the principal part ot a shirt. The " Eighmie" Patent Shirt I* mad. only \ U./ from the best material, for first-class trade. The bosom can be worn a \~. r-,/ week wlthuut a break or wrinkle and gunrauleed to outwear the Shirt. HmJ ffl Price, Vnlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \ I ill The "Eighmi." Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wam»uttaMu»- -\ , / I Iln, 1900 Linen bosom. \ -i ft Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. V, I f FOR SALE ONLY BY Infrln-re-nairs, us* now unless JOHIVT BKa JORDafaUaYa. 11 198 CODRT STREET, opp. Sudbury, BOSTON. Dushuss ®arbs. Teeth Filled and Extracted without paiu. New Process. Sets Made. Prices Reduced. Work Warranted. DR. W. A. MILLEN, 158 A THKJItIXT STREET, - BOSTON. Formerly with Dr....

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

REMOVAL - OF. THE NEW Art Embroidery Store From So Winter SUeet to 505 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON . Stamped Linens, All Varieties of Crewels, Worsteds and Yarns, Starlight Yarns, Knitting oinl Embroidery Silks and Flosses, Chenilles, Plushes, Plush Ornaments, Velvets, Satins, Satines, Fellings and Ilibbons. Briggs' Transfer Patterns. Stamping and Pinking DONE WHILE YOU WAIT. ARTIST EIBB0NS, AND LADLES'FU1NISHINQ GOODS. MRS. M. eTcROWELL, 605 WASHINGTON ST. B0ST0K. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY KIND. WADSWORTH, BOWLINE & GO. 82 and 84 Washington S., Boston. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, AT Frost & Adams, Importers, 37 CORN'IIILL. BOSTON. MRS. E. E. FISHER, HAIR PARLORS, 819 A TREMONT STREET, BOSTON. Ladles Hair Work Jn all its branches. Wigs-. Friaaes. Front Hecef,aa4 Switches, made to order? All work warranted lirst class. Furs! Furs! For Garments of all kinds mad. to order, and special attention given to altering, cleaning and repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, 5...

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BETWEEN THE MILL-STONES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

BETWEEN THE MILL-STONES. If the people of Cambridge consoled themselves in the vain belief that the recent compromise between the horse railroad company and their employes was in tbe stature of a permanent settlement of their Innumerable differences, they are by this time most effectually disabused of any such idea. Whichever of the contending parties may be legally or morally right, one thing is certain, the unhappy public is the innocent and helpless sufferer. There are, beyond question, pleasanter and much more rapid means of transit than by horse cars, but the latter method is surely in all respects superior to the jolting misery of a. '•barge," or the expensive discomfort of j the modern "herdic." We are not disposed at this stage of Ihe ; combat to enter upon any discussion of ihe relative merits of the ease. We have had a more or less comprehensive statement from both sides, and each render ajaaaat decide for himself, and will doubtless stand manfully by his or her individual...

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A DELICATE DUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

A DELICATE DUTY. The ollicial in a public- library who assume-* the task of censorship—-or to whom is entrusted the duty of rejecting certain publications on the ground of imo oral tendencies —laten: or indubitable, sucli a per sjri. we say. occupies a position of no ordinary responsibility and important e. To judge wisely bbbJ justly as to the acceptance or rejection of certain popular books — mostly works of fiction — a* - mantis: a somewhat unusual combination of courage and discretion. There arc of course plenty of publications—tlie work- of lie French realist Zola, for example-in regard to which there can be uo yn atiim There arc many others 01 who-e ineii s. from a moral point of view, there would naturally be nearly as grea: a \ affiety ol opinions, as of -reader-*. Otsr ilea- on tbisubj ct were suggested by tbe lac! that a story recently published by Tiekn,.i*. from the pen of a popular Ameiicau author, is on the list of prohibited volumes at the Cambridge library. It is the...

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ANOTHER HUMAN HOLOCAUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

ANOTHER HUMAN HOLOCAUST. It wonlii stem thai the Vi rim.tit I Mm] corporation i- nut iliivctiy responsible for the recent awful disaster al llartfosd. \ t. The sadden breaking of :i rail isanaecidcut which, in matey case**, c:iu neither be fore-ecu nor prevented; but there sorely niu-l be mrsni of averting the fearful -uf leftng anil low "I Hie ci.ii-cijtirii; on the lircakiiij; out of ore in the ■ recited i ;n -. Thii arainlogii within the U.-t lew moatcs have Iieeu freemen! and startling. Thai they have !>< en iBswevrtlrsi, or al any role .-hamcfi.lly neglected by thi- extensive eotpe*iti >n. i- s Cad :hal b i- im; o--ib.c to >-itin r doubt or deny. In rJew ol the numerous accidents ti;i- -. ason, readeted ititiiiitely snore Mai aad horrible by the attendant ravages of tire. the. MMded of the Vermont li. it. Company—fearfully emphasized bv tbi- latest calamity---to Osaka adesmate provision against tbierowasaji honor is, to the last degre...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

ThU is the third iaataace in the history of t'e Cambridge Railroad that no carwere ruu over t.i ■ track-so! tie- r .ad for *• veral days.

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"Letters to Millicent from America." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

"Letters to Millicent from America." This is the title of papers recently publish il in •' Temple liar." from I ho pen nf Mr. Frederick Wedmore. an F.nglish tourist iv this country, and a witter of some literary reputation at home. This gentleman begirt*, his sprightly and pleasant corri's*iondetii'e with the statement that "America ought to be very interesting to justify the voyage." The juurii-'y fl|'|Pffl'. lo have been, to Ml*. Weilmoie. a period of real and serious affliction. His experience on shipboard is I very graphically described. Then follows ••a word or two about New York itself— ! a lneie first impression." Our author's "impressions" of the metropolis are. on the whole, pleasant and favorable. "Hardly le-s important." ha says, "than the house of Mr. Vanderbilt—fancy that! —is j the Koman Catholic Cathedral, of a beauti- i ful white stone."" Then lollons his views j of Central Park, and of New York in general. "The true Xew Yorker, at all events the official New Yorker,...

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Cambridge Railroad Tie-Up. No Horse Cars For Three Days. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Cambridge Railroad Tie-Up. No Horse Cars For Three Days. At a very eirlv hour Wednesday morning, the 1 employe, ol tbe Cambridge ltsiliosd voted, afh r a Itag and eniL-iisias'.ii- meeting iv Lyceum Baß, Bat to do further work for the Company until the i piomi.es of tbe Company to the men had been fulfilled. Taaaiay atteruoou a committee ol tbe men had a conference witli the sub-committee of the Directors, but were unable to obtain further [ concessions than ttio.c previously agieed upon by [ llie Company. Al Ibe mcetio-; of tbe employes 1 Tiie-dsy night a proposition was received fiom ttic Company as follows: To the Employes 0/ the Cawtat-idjat llailroad : Sirs —At a conference held with your committee one week ago we submitti-d two time tables, in Bf-eeadaajei with un asawasaaat previously maile. tine of these your committee greatly preferred la tbe other, mid we supposed thai tlie same had been reporte 1 to you in substance anil had been accepted. 'I'liat time table was not stri, ...

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