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A QUESTIONABLE PROJECT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
A QUESTION ABLE PROJECT. "I t-nll upon the superintendent* of liter. hiy institutions to see io it that the men who go into the elass-i ooms to aland beside the I.t-yJen jar*, and the electric batterie*. antl the microscopes an-l telescope* be children of God, not Philistine*. The. Carlylean. Emersonian an i Ty ndalleiin thinkers or thla day are trying to get all the intellectual weapons nf this century in tlietr own grasp. What wo want is scientific Christian* to capture the science, ami si-holistic Christians to capture Ihe scholarship, and nhltosnphlc Christians to cap, tire the philosophy, and lecturing Christians to take back th* lecturing platform. We want to send out against Schencel. an I Strauss, and Reuan a Theodore Christlleb ..f Bonn, and •.gainst ihe infidel scientists of tbe day a God-worshipping Silliman. and Hitchcock anil Agassi*." The above is an extract Irom one of Dr. Talmage's recent s rinons. We find much to admire in the eccentric Brooklyn divine. He seems an ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
—Most of the superstitions about the moon come to us directly from old English, Scottish, and Irish sources. In Devonshire, England, it is lucky to see the new moon over the right shoulder, but unlucky over the left; but to see It straight before you is good fortune tattle end of the month. Ia Renfrewshire, if a man's house be burned during the wane of the moon it is unlucky, but if the moon is waxing it is lucky. To have money, particularly gold or silver, In your pocket at that time is a tokeu of good fortune, but to be without is a very omen. In Olkney it is considered very unlucky to flit or move from one place to another daring the waning of the moon. Old people in some parts of Argylshlre are wont to Invoke the divine blessing on the moon after the monthly change. The Gaelic word for fortune is derived from that denoting full moon, and a marriage or birth occuring at that period is believed to augur prosperity.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Hats for 1887. -Js3i ; ---' SPRING STYLES READY NOW. Leading Shapes in all Grades for Men, Young Men and Boys. MEDIUM PRICED CHILDREN? HATS IIV OOOI&gt; VARIETY. «-. O. 1-V. FTTaL.L.EIt,, 661 Ksun Street. - I - - - Oambridgeport. &amp;c 00~ HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Under Hotel Bowdoin, dealkk in Hats, Caps, Umbrellas, Gloves. Best Derby Mat In Boston made to order for $3.00. From Shelf, $2.00, $2.50, $275. Sill*: XJat* 045.00, #6.00, #7.00, $8.00. Open .Evenings till 9 o'clock, Saturday till 11. nov37 Cambridge can atop at the door. 3m Acme Skates, Dark Lanterns, Sleds, Sleigh Bells, Boys' Tool Chests, Ice Chisels BURDITT &amp; WHITE, 2 and 4 Central Sq., Cambridgeport. CHRISTMAS OR NEW YEAR'S 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. Fo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
SHIRT AGENCY. / i 1 THE CKLEBRATKI&gt; y ~. . "EIGHMIE" 1 dress shirt. \O-\ ! , ; £?l Thla Shirt Is guaranteed to Ut and &gt;et better than any Shirt Made to \ .■ I *l Order. Every person knows that the set of the bosom and neck-band is YZ: Of th. principal part of a shirt. Tbe"Eighmie" Patent Shirt Is made only ffj from the best msterisl, for first-Has* trad*. The bosom can be worn a \~ .fj] week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear th* Sblrt. W la Price, Unlaundered, Si.; Laundered, $1.25. \ i j l The "Elghmle" Re-Enforced Leader Sblrt made from Wamsutta Musl I / / Ha, 1900 Linen bosom. V\ / / Price, Unlaundered, 750.; Laundered, $1.00 Each. y POR SALE ONLY BY JOHN IK. JORDAN, 11 Sgijgjgg 198 COURT STREET, opp. Sudbury, ROSTON. justness if arts. DENTISTRY. Teeth Filled and Extracted without pain. New Process. Sets Made. Price* Reduced. Work Warranted. DR. W. A. MILLEN, 158 A TRKMONT STRKET, - HOSTON. Form.rly witb Dr. Osgood of Tremont Street, and D...
"HELL BROKE LOOSE!" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
"HELL BROKE LOOSE!" Whichever direction our sympathies may take, whether witb the railroad company, or its dissatisfied employees, all good citizens must unite in deploring and denouncing the riotous demonstrations of Sunday last. Kven those who most regret the suggestion of weakness in the Mayor's much talked ot request to the Directors a few days since, will admit that the civic authorities were not found wanting in the final emergency. It will be difficult to praise too highly the Chief of Police, and his energetic and courageous assistants on the force, for their timely and discreet action under very difficult and Tying circumstances. The public will also appreciate the wisdom and foresight of Mayor Russell in his ample preparations to meet and foil the designing villains who are responsible for all this contemplated or accomplished violation of law. and disturbance of the public peace. We think it is generally conceded that the ex-employes of the railroad had no direct connecti...
Election of Aldermen by Wards. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Election of Aldermen by Wards. The proposition to elect aldermen by wards, ought to receive the favorable consideration of the legislature. The plan is to have the aldermen voted for by tin- entire city, and the two in each ward having lbe highest number of votes to be declared elected. This is precisely the plan umiei which our school committee and principal assessors are elected, and the election of aldermen should be upon the same plan. I'nder our present system, in of the last twelve years, some ward has had but one alderman, and some other ward has had three. In one of these years Was*. Four had nonc v and Wnrd Three kmifatsri In three of the twelve years. Ward One, mie of the largest and wealthiest Wards, has Ind but one alderman. There are many very important matters committed entirely to tbe aldermen, and iv these the non-repiesentatiun of a Ward in tlie upper branch is liable to operate disastrously to the Ward which has in aldermen, or is but half represented. There can be...
Stock Transferred. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Stock Transferred. Durinjf the past two weeks a barge amount of Cambridge Hail mad ■taeck htM lieen transferred to other pnrtie- than those win) possessed it fjuite h-ciii'lv. Sales have taken place at aagemlH « liii-h anrather startling, in view ef the late reduction of fares and the large inciea-e ol expenditures incurred in cons.-iiuence ol the action of ihe organization known as late Knights or Labor. It is said that a premium of from SjlO to £45 per afcarc has : lieen paid in some cases, ami that a majmit v of the stock has b-en shifted at handsome rates. By some it is said that the Standard Oil Company, others that the We-t Ettas I Land Company, -.till others lliat a I'liil.idelphia syndicate are at the liottom of this affair, but there is no certainty as vet so : far as our information goes. If loofci al present as though thete might be a change in the board of officers of ihe Cambridge road at the next annual meeting. IVrttana ' a special meet ing of the stockholder-. !;.■]....
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Our local militia companies. «,„,■.», („.,,.. ing the letter B as adi-tinguisliing mark and belonging respectively to ihe Ist and 3A Infantry, respunded promptly lo the precept issued by the .Mayor lu-t Monday. Th* Commanders held themselves in readine--to repair to any given place to pro-erve order should occasion require. As their services were happily not needed, they w ere dismissed on Tuesday night, anil martial law ceased to exi-t in our city. The sister eiiies of Worcester. Lynn. Salem, and Lowell, are-deserving of the wannest thanks of all law and order loving citizens for their prontpt tcspeangtl to the appeals for police assistance in anticipation of another hoodlum outbreak. such as disgraced the city on Sunday. We trust Ihe day may never come. but should it. ami these muii-ipalitics should rind themselves in need of police assistance. Cambridge will gladly reciprocate by sending lo '.heir aid a detachment of the ••lini'st' . As (here i- a vacancy in the School Board Irom...
The March Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
The March Atlantic. This is a most excellent number of the old Boston magazine. Mr. Lowell's lines, "Fancy or Fact." with which it opens, if not equal lo much of ihe illustrious author's former work, is yet a subtle, suggestive, and charming poem. Lawrence Saxe. probably a Mates, plume, gives the second, and closing part, of -'The Lady from Maine." Whoever this author may be, should he continue to write stories equal in power and absorbing interest to this lianjf talc in the Atlantic, can scarcely fail in -winning a great name in our literature. Readers of the magazine will naturally turn Hist to Dr. Holmes* delightful paper, the first of a series, entitled, "One Hundred Days in Europe." It is entirely worthy of its author; the style is as simple and admirable as anything from the pen of the Autocrat; it brims over with that rare combination of wit and good nature, of which this most genial of writers has the secret; it inspires familiar experiences wilh such fresh originality, that...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
The Chief of Police and every oue of his subordinates, who have been identified with the troubles arising from tlie railroad strike are to be commented for their elliciency. and for the valor exhibited on the occasion of tlie tuinuk on Cambridge street last Sunday afternoon. Ihe officers have shown that in emergencies of this kind that they may be depended upon. On tlie first page we print a letter from •Aunt Xabby." She has visited tlie ihfalH, and gives her impressions. Although "Aunt Xabby" is a lone "lone vviddir." she is a lively one, and we shall be pleased to hear limn lie- often. Judge Orcutt. in sentencing the rioters, bas covered Messrs! wilh glory. He has shown great wi-dom. and has the thanks of all law-abiding citizens. It is slated that a well known citizen in Ward One has started a subscription lo purchase a backbone for Mayor llussell.
A Five Minute Dialogue. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
A Five Minute Dialogue. A colloquy which was waxing warm until Mayor Rill in,B interposed, took place in the cloak room after the aldermen adjourned on "tVe.hicsday evening. iM'tweeii A Merman Coveney and Chief of Police Cloves. I'll, dispute grew out of statcineiils made by the Alderman to the Boanl. explaining tin- part he took during Ihe riot on Sunday, which the Chief I half,! ll wa- not a correct vcr-iim. The indignation of the Chief wa» plainly »hown. and but for tininterposition of the Mayor, who separalcd the disputants, a lively scene might have resulted. Aldermen and outsiders were interested listeners !o the colloquy.
Our Militia Companies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Our Militia Companies. The ready response of the Bseasben of our militia companies, when called upon by tinmayor, la-i Monday, indicated thai the commands an- mindful of tin- dutie- .lev oh inir u|kiii Iliein. Many of the m.inl-r- repotted for duly al grea! iiersonal inconvenience, swbat to the short notice triv en. c... B, Fir-t Infantry. Cap. F. W. Dallineer. liirn.-d out .V. men. an.l Co. B. Fifth liifanlry. i api. I. C. Hi-n-lers.ii. r.-sptind. d with o.; ntra out of ■ r..i| ~f .v. Boembers. Our citizen--houlfl give to th.-, organi-zation-of young m.nil i nai iia.* mi nl an.l supitor! the v -o richly deM rvc
A Singular Order. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
A Singular Order. Fearing' po—ible iiiciir-ion- of Imilhi ~f lawle— men from Hoston. has] Tin-day. iu.-liueil to commit breaches of the peace.. Mayor Itti~-.lt in-triic!el Bilebji CnailiilmliiiMi Marvin lo .au-.- tin- draw- ..f the bridge, to be run oil' upon the lea*t -i.-n- of wen: mv a-i..n-. Pen hap* the mayor may have overlooked tin- possibility of -ucll inva-ioii-over tin-railroad bri-l-.'t- and by wav ..f the i'.ri.ditoii and llrookline avenues.
Self Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Self Defence. The disgraceful occiirreiiee- of the pa.-t week have been a i.iot a) tat fair raase ..f i :.n.bridL'e. and it i- t.. be bopeej tb.-y will Bot be re|sa!e.|. and lie y are mil likely to t&gt;e if all iv authority tlo tin ir ilnty. We have felt oiitra-.-ed at the treat mi n! of police ortic r-. and ...mlii.P.r- an.l driver- of lbe bant .ar-. We lielieye 11|..-l |~-:irlily ill -ell defeliee all I think till tin—c parti. - -lion].l he provided with -otne nicali- of it pellin- attack-. \v'. d Ul't want ativ Inawki-ll nl llllaa 111 III! thi- -llbj'-ct. aad where mt mli Bills ileal in rowsreih blows ..r burl iiii--i!.-. we _-.. f.,r an in-tant tsringoa of bands or -oiii.-ibiiiL' -tr.in_'.-r. Qeslle a iiilUefc ill niiiiiberof . ilizeiis have been ieopardizt-d in per«ou lb.-pa-t few Uays to call for any ami all means lo brhsst ibe-e wr.-iclie. to iii-lie.. 1..-I ii 1..-iifidcr-10.,,1. once tor all. Ilia! "iir faithful polic-men arc expected P. defend tlieni-ell. -. aild ...
Good and True Men. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Good and True Men. Mr. Editor, Tin trariewi and uprighl ina_'i— !ia.. e .niitiiie. an important part of our civil I panopi.. NTfaea tb- blind and reckle-s inslruiin n!- .-I p..polar eoniniolioii. heed!,... ~f public il-■.-■rum mid - ■u.ily. invade the -a.-red pre-cinct-of tb. I:iv&gt;. and nub!. —Iv attempt the i 1 1. -miction ..1 i-opcrty. and I Bilaiagi I lllllleßll ' prnti clioll ::ll I cv. I| |il, it-elf. then the friends ;of publi. ord-i- ; .|„| tranipiillily look !.. tin- enRsrhteitesl an.l . • .11-. i. iiti.»u- guardian- of the I law. \n.| r.relv in Ma--a.lm-ett-tlo Iln-y look in vain. Tbe prompt in.l . Ili.-i.-iil action ai a*as%* I'ireiiii it, Cainbrid-e. and efassjte llurbaiik in ] South Itostou. in adniinisteriu.' proper |nleslth i j ami H«|llbeSß) due public iriiarantic-. in tin- res i ceil! ease* of p..polar in-iil.or.liiiatinii. tlan.'.-r : and v iol.-nce eewiasilul with lbe -ti.-t railway -tlik--.i-w-.ilh, - I public cm -iiflatioii. in.l j |.|lec|s boliit.- aS...
Grand Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Grand Concert. The Cambriilitc Choral and Orchestral Society w ill-rive its second Brand vm-al ami iiislriuiicn- ; tal concert iv Inioii Hall, nest Tlmr-day evenitiL''. The society vv ill be assisted by Mis. Ilaltie M. Lain, contralto: MsM Alice lira} I.athrop. violini-l: Mrs. .1. &lt;;. Harri- eompnni-t. ami \ Mr. Krnst IJuppcll. 'cvftet. The graad iblai — w ill In- under tie . on.liietor.-liip of Mr. .1.11. : Itol.ii,-on. and tb. -rand orihsntf* under the I directorship nf Mr. W. X. Thorn.-... A line pro--1 diamine will be pre-int...l. Tbe -ocietv i. entitled to the fullest public recii-.'nitioll. aiidwc | make no doubt tha! I nion Hall will be filled with the music Invimr citizen- of I anil&gt;ri.l_'e. ' Choice -eats are on -ale a! Itayley's ait.] Andros' I etnas, store-.
John A. Logan Post 186. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
John A. Logan Post 186. Al the stated inei tin/ ot Ihi- Post at il« ball, odd Fellow- Building. MM Main street, last Tliiir-dai evening, four new inetiiliers w.Te aillllilled. The Po-t bad H '-'11.-t- of tile evening. cbarle- Heck Post ail to Ihe number of M member-. A vote of tbank- Wets tendered to comrade Dr. churl.- 11. Tower, for bis valuable donation of a Male, tl:. •_ and sabre- for the altar. I iiirin- I In ■-..;,„„| of the order." brief addre-se- were male Ltj t ominalliliT llowc Comrade (Jeorge V. Pip.-r. I'a-t Co aiiderKveletli ami .li w.tt an.l ('iiarterma-ter Miles of l'o-t .'rfi. I'ust Commander A Ily n of the same I'ost in -iibstitutefor a speech, recited with line clt'eet the •• Yarn nf the Nancy Hell." The I Mltecr of the llay of Poeet |sii u-ing iinavoidabh ab-eiit. Pa-t Commander Jewel! of Post ab kiiulli performed lbe .I'liie. of I hat ollicer iv a highly ereliial.le and sati-factori nuuiiier. other ad-drc--i - were made by Comrade lien. Isaac F. Sheparil. I'a-t ...
A DISGRACEFUL RIOT. The Sanctity of the Sabbath set at Naught. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
A DISGRACEFUL RIOT. The Sanctity of the Sabbath set at Naught. A* mi outcome of the present railroad strike, the cars nf the Cambridge Railroad Company were assailed by an infuriated mob on Sunday afternoon, the tirst attack lieing made about i o'clock, at the intersection of Cambridge street anil Webster avenue. The ears attacked with brickbats and stones were those of the Webster avenue line. Capt. Murray ami other officers put in an appearance and endeavored to disperse the mob which was lining augmented la numbers. Finding It necessary to disperse the unlawful gathering he telegraphed to the several stations for ailiiitioii.il help which reached him as soon as possible. I'pon the arrival of the relays the mob was found to be of gigantic proportions ami heroic measures were necessary to quell Ihe outbreak. Every car as it neared the scene of disorder was riddled with stones and the windows broken. At :l o'clock at least tfit |teoplc had gathered ami appearances indicated that a g...