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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

™ BEST THING KNOWN ™ WASHING^BLEACHING IN HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLO WATER. SAVES LAIIOK, TI.UK anil SOAP AMAZINGLY, nr.d Itivcs universal satisfaction. ' Mo family, rich or Boat should bo without it. S..ld by all Grocers. BlilVAllßnf imitation* well ili-si'tuiltomi-leail. PEAKLINE is tho j ONLY SAKE labor savin* compound, and I always hears Ihe above symbol, and name of JAMES PYLE. NKW YORK. 1 DR.HOOKER'S AlMim c c »pSYRUP j Colds CROUP SIS*: THROAT Indoi-.ed by Physicians, deed by thousands. IT WILL CURE YOU. I IVOOPIFM IX IT. Mothers, you can conqnrr I that ilreatlful foe, CROUP, with It. Have It on hand I and eartlhe Child. Sold hy Drngglsts. TBY IT P*VITNTS, Caveats. Trade .Murks anil Ciiiiyrlcht* Ob tainefl, ami all other business in the I', s. Patent OSkM at li n.led to for MODERATE FKES. Our otH.e ill op|fOslte tbe V. S. Patent Oftlfe, and we can obtain I';.inns In less time than those remote rroni WASHINGTON. Send MOOKL Ok IIItAWINU. We advise as to liatentahlllty free or eh...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

mgßj mm^m \t/ m \gj/g m^m^Am9m^Btmm^^mmm j "lb* or*ata*t dm on atewth for Paln." r Win refU.r. roor. qoiclflT than amy other fcnoien reapedj: Rheumatism, Nearajgiaw Ka.lUaapv htlll BruSeal! AST Eurna, Soilda, Cuts, LnmbefBBaaaßßal Ba Backaches fjulnsy. Bore Throat, ■ BIV M B^l Wounas, HeavUcbe, W B, Hpralns. etc. Ilics n m m m mw a botdeTSold by all aßaaVfaten 888< lr "Ktf't*- Caution.—Tbe genF Snl'Tltt..* IHI tapeu. oor r<«lateredT™de-ilarl:,aniloerr i (aoadmfa. atgnatur*. A. C. Meyer ct Co- Solo KjearietQeaTßeltlmoref, MfL, V.S.A. DR. BOLL'S COOQH SYRUP ; For the core of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced stages of the Disease. For Sale by all Drug, gists. Price, 25 cents. (Sromws, etc. LTJNT & HARDY, DEALEBB IS BeeflnttonMrnWorla Lard, Hams, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Cor.lnman and Hampshire ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

IfIHNMN'? FOR ™ Cures Diphtheria. Croup. Asthma, Bronchitis, Neuralgia, Pneumonia, Rh.umatiam, Hi««lHng at th* Lunge. Hoar.an.ra. Influenaa, HaoWng Congh, Whooping dough, Catarrh. Cholera aforbua. Drawn - tery, Chronic Dl- gm. aa*. m* mmm. asasaaaa. a. mt mmm _ mmam containing anforKldney MM MM M Smmk WSBa m Mt ■ ■ ma tlon of ».»y W.wlU ■■ IU II WM 111 L boo* to all ■ ■ HM ■■ ■ ■ W ■■■ F and tho*. who who their B/gSM ■■IB ■ ■■ ■ rand for It win an Illu.Bw BM ■MM M-B U ■ ■ H aft.r thaak trated Pamphlet"" ■Ot WM ■eeßW' ■ ■ **■ *Baßßal tbaur lucky Satan*. All who buy or order direct from v*. and risque.t It. '.ball raclve a certiflcate that th. money aBBtS be refunded tf not abundantly satisfied. RetavUi ptic., 36 eta.; 0 bottle)., BB.'OO. Baprea** prejpeaSel te> any part of th. United State* or Canada. 1. S. JOHNSON a CO.. P. o. Box SI 18, Boaton, "— ' MOST WONDERFUL I I MIM FAIT Tm ™ HllllflLii j J. R. FORTUNE, NEW ANGE, I S TOTES. RANGES AND FURNACES, * 80 MAIN 8T " CAMBR...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 50. I JAMES ccx, 1 I Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS., MARCH 5, 1887. {Terms, In advance, I ■ 2.00 per annum. I PRICE FIVE CENTS. f|foe j§E®B»i SATURDAY. MARCH 5. 1867.

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A LUCKY MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

A LUCKY MISTAKE. The train to Oi lead Falls was late upon that particular Monday afternoon, and as a natural consequence thereof, the stage coach to Gilead Gorge was an hour behind time. "Once you minutes,and, there'll be plenty of set-backs to make it ten," as i Reuben Dolly, the stage driver, ironically ' remarked, as he piled up the trunks on the I baggage wagon that was te> go on first. ; "This ere's for Fuller's Farm." said he, ' "and all the rest for the View Hotel. Now look out, you!" to the boy in chaige, "and ' don't go tippin' the bags and bandboxes down the side of tbe mountain." ' "Guess I've driv' on these ere roads ! afore," said Simon Sackett, the long-legged young Jehu. ' "Yes, but there's some people as don't • never learn wisdom by experience," said I Reuben, as he rolled up the leather curtaijw ' of the stage coach, and fastened them with ' a rusty buckle. And when the baggage wagon reached ' the Gorge, the trunks and boxes were all ■ shaken into such u...

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Congressional Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

Congressional Wit. A Washington correspondent, in a morning paper, devotes considerable space to a speech of Mr. A. A. Ranuey's. in Congress, a few days since, which the writer says, "set the members in a roar." The exciting cause of this outbreak of congressional laughter, as given below, may seem to our readers sufficiently slight, yet it is probably enough a fair sample of the brilliant wit of our representatives at the Capital. A Mr. Tarsncy. it seems, made the public statement, that there was a private understanding with the conference committee, of which Mr. Rautiey is a member. To this the gentleman from Boston replied that he knew nothing about any private understanding, and tbat he proposed to be governed by the rules of the House, and by good sense, however little sense the member from Michigan (Mr. Tarsuey) might show. The dignified law-makers of the national legislature are evidently very easily set in a roar.

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Don't Get Caught [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

Don't Get Caught Tlii« spring with lour I.loud full nf impurities, ' your digestion impaired, your appetite poor, kidney*and liver torpid,and whole system lia- . Me to In- prostrated by discus. —but gel yourself into c_'ii,,cl c.ii.litiiui. and ready her the changing I and warmer weather, by taking Hood's Sarsa- : pariila. It stands uiie.|iiaiieii for purifying the . blood. an appetite, and for a general i spring iiiediciii.'.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

- "Sis," gold i bright youth to hi-* >ist»r. who wa* potting the fininhlnx touches to ber toilet, I **You ottgbl to marry ■ burglar.** "What do you ) im-ati l»y Midi nonM-nx''* "I mean that you | aiiilu burglar would get along well together; I you ha\c got the fabe locks ami be has god the ; fuU- key*/'

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How to Read [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

How to Read '■ fOOr doctor's prescriptions. Seod three 2 cent stamps, to pay postage, and receive Dr. Kaufmaun's great treatise on deseases; illustrated in colors; it gives their signs and abbreviations. Address A. I*. Orders* i Co., boston, Mast. . _ „

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

— A Hurried couple were out promenading in \ the suburbs of Austin otic day. l'roseiilly the wife said : "Think. Albert, if tin- brigands should ; come and take me from yon?" "Impossible, my dear." --Hut supposing they did conic ami carry me away, what would you say/" "1 should say replied the husband that the brigands were new at the business." — Almost miraculous arc some of the cures accomplished liy ilie use of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. In the case of It. 1.. King. Richmond. \'a.. who suffered for 47 years with an aggravated form of scrofula. Aycr's Sarsaparilla effected astonishing results. —"I tell you, Mrs. Brown, you can't ford me I about what it costs to run this hou«c." said ail , irate travelling man. •• I won't be ttilled with. I'm nochicken." You probably mean that you're no goslin," was the remark which, accompanied by a look of unutterable scorn, caused Brown to return to his paper and keep quiet. —"What a way to spell li.-li." said l'at. when be saw the name Psyche on a s...

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Cambridge Lacrosse Association. Banquet at the American House. Speeches on the Occasion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

Cambridge Lacrosse Association. Banquet at the American House. Speeches on the Occasion. Impersonations by Mr. E. T. Phehtn. Presentations. The second annual banquet of the Cambridge Lacrosse Association took place last Saturday evening at the American' House, Boston. We think that it will not be amiss to preface our account of the affair, with a brief sketch, setting forth what the organization has accomplished during its brief existence. The members are, for the most part, residents of Cambridge, an J as the club bears the name of our city, we feel sure that all our readers, especially those who believe in healthy, manly sport, will be glad to know-how the association stands, and what it has done since its foundation. SKETCH OF TIIK ASSOCIATION. The Cambridge Lacrosse Association was permanently organized in January, 1884 t and is, therefore, with the present season, commencing its fourth year. Starting with a limited number of enthusiastic lovers of lacrosse, its membership Janua...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

—Prof. F. S. Dennis of New York made some experiments on a recent trip across the Atlantic to test the purity of the air about 1000 miles from land. lie found that in a stateroom on the main deck the air was quite impure. In a cabin on the promenade deck, where the circulation was freer, it was very much purer, while at the bow of the steamer it was found to De entirely uncontaminated. —This short sermon fur boys comes from Maine. A school teacher there says that at one time he had in his school seven "vulgar, profane and vicious boys" whose one aim in life seemed to be to torment him. He recently visited the State Prison in Thomaston, and found three of these boys there. Four others are in the reform school. —"Xo, I don't care for hard work,'' said a tramp, as the manager of the Provident wood yard pointed him to a saw and an axe. '"I'm not very strong, and I have to work easy or not at all. Up in St. Paul I applied for the job of driving flies out of the ice palace, but a snoozer ...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

SHIRT AGENCY. / . \ THE CELEBRATED U pH j] . "EIGHMIE" E |PATENT DRESS SHIRT. A This Shirt is guaranteed to fit and .et better than any Shirt Made to I I I'M Order. Every person knows that the set of the bosom and neek-banilis \Ui O/ the principal part of a shirt. Tbe "Elghmle" Patent Shirt is made only \— i / from the best material, for flrst-claaa trade. The bosom can be worn a \2i £3 week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. «. I IS Price, llnlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. I 1 I] The "Elghmle" Re-Enfcrced Leader Shirt made from Wam.utta MusII il " n . ,9 °* Linen bocoro. . V \ I/ / Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. \ ' / FOR SALE ONLY BY [_______{__._■■ JOHN M. JORDAN, 98 COURT STEEET, opp. Sudbury, BOSTON. Bats for 1887. SPRING STYLES READY NOW. Leading Shapes in all Grades for Men, Young Men and Boys. MEDIUM PRICED GHILDRENS' HATS lIV GOOD VARIETY. Gt. <D. W* _^XTI_LaEPr, 561 Main Street, - I - - - Cambridgeport. abjTyou ab...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

got fyt % abws. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY KIND. ; WADSWORTH. HOWLIND & CO. 82 and 84 Washington S., Boston. , MRS. E. E. FISHER, HAIR PARLORS,! 819 A TKKMONT STRKET, BOSTON. Ladien Hair Work in all its brmic.'.ei. Wig*, Frlzzm. Front Pieces, aud Switches, made to order. All work warranted first class. Furs! Furs!! Fur Garments of all kinds made to order, and special attenti.iu given to altering, cleaning aud ] repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, S3 Prospect Street, - Camlirldgeport. HAIR LINED SHOES, '> WARM, WATERPBOOF and CHEAP. J C. F. APPLETOX) < COUETJBTKEET. BOBTOH ' HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. ' CASH KIVKKS CAN ' SAVE 25 PER CENT. [ HY ITRCHAHINC. OF 0. E. Pierce, Office 178 Washington Street, 1 BOSTON. Please call or write for particulars. , •fastness (Jarbs. , W. A. CURRIE, ' ( (Surgeon Dentist,) i I ' Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. At Buston Dental College Friday Afternoons. " WILLIAM MILLIGAN, , ' Wni'g'eoii X>entis4r t j 1 613 Mai...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

"Master Workman" Pike has discovered: that his duties at the City Hall are so numerous that he cannot spend any more time in oratory. Col. Meigs met with opposition in bringing his elevated railroad project before the Board of Aldermen, but he is persevering and no doubt will triumph in the end. It is reported that Sam Joues received •19.000 for one month's work iv Boston, says the New York Sun. We don't believe it. If he received 81000 he was well paid for his harangues. The directors of the Cambridge Itailroad Company have scored a victory in the late strike, and their cars are now running regularly and well equipped, many of the old employes having returned to work. Judge Orcutt taught the rioters a lesson last week which they will long remember. Peace aud quietness reigns in our city, and the police can now take a rest, many of them having been on duty n u arly twenty hours each day for several days. When will "Howard" pretermit his silly and malignant dings at the dead warrior,...

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"More Honored in the Breach than in the Observance." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

"More Honored in the Breach than in the Observance." Wealjyde hi the preifl ■■tiqiritrd -v--\_yjti-* r ' - ".- eaUag th- j».-..:,!.- t igcathrt TO considr in.i't-r- i.f general iu'.ere-t. Tlie iineling in I nion Hall la-t week is a case iv point. It really nosooeoAetl nebedj and nothing, unless indeed it served as an outlet for the undercurrent of tm l.ulenee and disorder, which e\i-t- Ie A gicaler Oi less degree in all our communities. It surely did not give expre--ion to lhe vie-.v-Of the lati- employes of tin- railroad ce.nipany. since these men have taken frcawal occasions (o deplore anel lV niwilll i all n »ort to violent or illegal asures.—and one ut least of the speaker- nn Friday ev.-n inn assailed tin civic authorities f.,r their discreet and neees-ary measures In j, i-.-x.• j t r a bioe-Rly rict. There waa ccrtainiv exhibited at the I'nion Hall meeting, a decided disinclination to listen to anything in the wav of wise and timely coun-el. Mr. limkley. whose remarks seemei t...

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Similarity of Names. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

Similarity of Names. A great deal of c-onf,,-ion I,a- ... .■,,, ~-,! in |he coinniunilv over tbe -iniilarii \ ~f nam.- m person- holding pc-iti..n- in iin Hall, iin til itbreak of the.lisaoreenient between Ihe, uohtVgt Bailroa.l Compani ami it- . uiploj, -. \|,-. Ll.. n ■ I'ikewa- con-pi, iioii- _ Ma-t. r Worknian of the railroad in.•„'-.-i--eu,l,|\ of Kni-bt- .el Las Ix.r and ha- since been publi.-ly prominnt. The I'ity rk-rk. .Mr. Wall.-r W. I'ik. ha* ben mis. t_;en ~», the lawgwlng _* - r 111, man l„,iu-. ..( liearing a -urnaine -inula, to hi-, and Mr. Tbeodore L. Bike, in-pe.-i. cr ~r sewer* hi- aU,, come in f..r a -bar. ..f mi-tak.-i, i |.-niilv. Mr. Kben W. Bik.. who hold- a ,-1,-rk-hip in I'ity Hall, i-in now at , nam ill il with th.-.ctli-cos of the other L'ellt le,l|e-1| of the -a|i;e liaim. I'he rity Clerk wa* 01,|i0,-.| ~„ I'ridat et.niiij: of la-t week to-er.e a- clerk of th. In., t in- of citizens at Ini-.n Hall. 1.e.-au-.-th.-, 1,:,,-,.-,- r..piire- it. and -im-c- lln-...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

The- state senate-. I.y ■ laru',- iiiaj,.;i{y . ,j.--f.-at. ■! on'l'm —lay . th. l.ill proliibiliag tie■ 1.-t--aOM of lelieinellt 11011-e s iv w hi, h t ■. -. iI i 111 11 \icaling li.pu.r-. Th. provision- .-t th, ieill. it seem- to ~-. w,-c-e w i-. and iudiciou- ina-mm h a-Ihey ware- intended ta rename Ihe inllu. m. - « hich surround th. li.pic.riiattic from tb.- h..m. - i,f tllose c-o,lip.||e-l tee ~,;,- U|i.|e,e.ne roof. -~. Ie a law would Is- Icneticial to a omen an.l chil.lr.n who now are unw illin.; w it:,,-—,-- .ef the trade in lii|iior conducted under I heir habitations. —BWtUg tllC presellt llllx-ttl, d Ce.lle lit ice,, eef l||epublic mind.the police hai c lieeti n'e|iiired fee -Ic-c-j, in tile police stations, prop,-r ac.iiiiiin.i lati..iihai lag I en proi idc-.l f.., th. i, , i.. : -,.

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MASSACHUSETTS JUDGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887

MASSACHUSETTS JUDGES. No more difficult or responsible duty falls to the lot ol the Executive of this State, than the selection and appointment of justices of the various vourts, from the incumlients of the supreme bench, down through hit -I'vening grades, to magistrates of petty districts. In some American commonwealths, these most important offices an- tilled by the people, at popular elections: we think it is generally believed I that our system, with all its disadvantages, is, on the whole, conducive to better , results than follow in communities where the administrators of public justice ate chosen by the popular vote, as are members , of the general court, and other legislative ! officials of every giade. 'let. as we hive said, it is a most onerous and weighty responsibility thai is thus entrusted to the GoTernoT. Where the judge. like the executive hints If. is elected at the polls, he is almost necessarily the e imlidute, and to seme extent the partisan representative of i a...

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