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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
SALE'S HONEY i» the best Cough Cure, 25, 60c, *L GLESN'S SULPHUR SOAP heals and beautifies, 35c. JERMAN CORN REMOVER kills Corns &amp; 3unk&gt;ns 35c. HILL'S HAI3 A WHISKER DYE—.Black &amp; Brown, 60c PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 36c. DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS are a sun cure, 50c.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
_rl ill 19 E I | THE GREAT I [German Remedy.fl |TRUTHSFORTHEBICK.g BToT"3seeeTe»etnTylTlOT ■ Bilious Spellsdcpend for a case where M L HI ■ mSi-THCKBrrrxj— phl'k Bitters will HI gfit win care yon. not assist or cure. Itß *-*» ttr *-«*-S-*» 1 l» 0 _ CkrantetheTitlatedß feeling; If to. net \ tmM ,\ -h-, y ou ««■ _n~m BrrTBM; it, imp-Trifle, burst-IB It will rare you. iug through the sklnM Ot_i_4ve-.wlio«r-&lt;* n Mmpl",Bl.»t*lie.,M B-aely condi-d In ■ n&lt;, 8ore »- „ Hc, y on _l tfc. .In. tnd work. S T__&amp;. ***a*i clerks.who do &lt;■*• -~»™ *'" ■'•&gt;» B act procure tu-cleot i^^^.^_____»H X__l-?k-?/S-?- will cure Liver Com ■ feS?.. W T_rnSi I i P*" l '" I&gt;on't tw ,ils-|| _____ -^ur^rediUwUlcnreß if you-lonotTrl-di . I S« J "SF-* BITrEB »H _-m*eTfrt_iKheum trill balkl you up nnd || attain, at a boaie of ■**• 7 ° a *™"S*a&amp;m Bc*u-au» Brrrui; aealthy. fl| Uar-erralltuernre, BrJl j. ul . B BitteuH Dual be without a will ma...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
If I* . j Same tobacco Ibr both c/l_wif76 and SYnaKinto you'll have, either a hoar cfiew or a poor Smoke.. Wriic.fi is not only'Thc i , +.1 her cent more, tobacco than any other brand or Similar auatity and i» is sramted*FrN_EP'S OLD HON ESTYawrf nar a r?£Ol"T)ri Don't take, any other. Mind Over Matter! MBS- DB. E. J. ANDEBSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, •613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport MattA Young Man Taken out of Daicvera Insane Asylum. I w*t called to vltit * young man in Danver. Atyluta who was considered bopel«s&gt;ly Insane, and found the case a bad on*. Through fear of being murdered by tomo one els. he wat teeking opportunltia. to take hit own life. I wat I.UI by physicians that hit eat. waa iueurable; but faith in my system of practice caused me to dissent from their opinion and I commenced Ih. treatment of "Mental Cure." At my second Tltlt to th* asylum I taw there waa a markad improvement in bis condition; and after indefatigable efforts to deliver him from bis fea...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
Jrtßuraim. Five Dollars Will Insure agalnut ACCIDKNT. $5,000 in Case of Death. •35 Weekly Indemnity. For all Information call upon J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, INSIj BANCE, 613 VAIN ST., - Over Post Office. H. BlftD k C&amp;, Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STREET. Royal ■Insurance Co., t&gt; Liverpool. Largest assets or any Company in tbe United State. London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadalphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. _3fSeveral other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, " The OM and Reliable In? suranee Agency." W. B.Hastings &amp; Co. terace Ants, No. 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 10. 7 EXCHANGE PUCE, Boston K*y"Omcc hours in Boston from 1. to 8 P. M. ORDERS S-NT BT MAIL PROMPTLY AT TKNDED TO. LoaMt promptly adi-sted as herntofore W. B. HiSTIXOt. F. W. HitllHOt. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL. Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1826. SURPL...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
/-JNCTROUBLEsN / CONQUERED \ VSWAYNE'S / /V-UnlFllyi. EXERCISE OAILtXPANACEM TH I 2-ErST GOOD FOOD jpilßlflES EreroL fiSmi / oL RESTORER \ I Cencush) I \D«SWAYNEtSON/ mm WE FOR ITCHINC PILES luiense^V-^_F J _ and ill /muit at niKot—worse l) &gt;^J^lft distre_nmK. I-^-Wf^ to rontitiue lumora form whlcb^W and uh-erai.-, tiecomltic very sore^* SWAYNE'S OINTMENT f «wS_ lto P R tne • to * l - n '-' anf - bleedlnc,/ 4 . *V&gt;is_ ieHl!i u * ct " r,ition - -'"• *-_&gt;v *•s? O ■^^Vp aai| y ea.*»i*a o* v _■ "'-11 IUrW DR. HOOKER'S HI 111 11B" c c R v o G r. &amp; pSYRUP TbatrnlylMlriMatoamadjr^oT Co_S_ CROUP \\*\Tat\ta THROAT Indorsed by Physicians. Used by thousand,. IT WILL OURE YOU. If O OPIfTM lit IT. If others, you can conquer that dreadful foe, CROUP, with It. Have tt on hand and mm the Child. SoM by Druggists. TBYIT •mar 01TT1TT U) oe 1111 - , -''■ 0-* llllM out * nd return HJI Vlnl ll V t(&gt; U8 - 11 1 wt&gt; w "'•- 1 "' - v " v free,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
I———l ********************* astt—■——L—_J _L __L ___ ***** m\ W mta\*m*\**\ —*M I Our— Boa—anea. Croup, AsOi—a, I Bern——*—, lehoopln* Oouah, Ine-tpl—itCto_n_&gt; ■ tt**, *_T m*We**t*taam*m*wa m _lll_e_ I. c&gt;ic. la aclt.r),*ecd ejtuw of! _■" tb. d—-at,TPrlc. Seta. Oe—-■ Ih, Oenulu. Dr. Bull.■ Hsfl—Fl T&amp;MCoua* Srrup — sold oulr — _ _____\ s—K*'*. vropperu, and bear, our■ m. ■! tWr. alat ere i frnoa .Mark, to wlt._! _ tarn**T^m\Aßuivtneod i««cw e.oiu •*■ a*m A m Z mm nafm\\Ftrlp Caution, label, and _*■ a**m m ****mmmt*e~ua*n.*\fTua,armotJ.Jkntr.m SALVATION OIL, " Th. Oresite«t Cur. on Earth for Pain," Will relieve more quickly than any other known remedy. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frost- •* bites, Backache, Wounds, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, &amp;c Sold by all Druggists. Price 26 Cents a Bottle. _—_——^—__ ——__ __■ tic. LUNT &amp; HARDY, DEALKBS IH Beef,Mutton,La_b,Por][ Lard, Hams, Sm...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
Established 18&lt;i2. incorporated 1882 Standard Turning Works. Boston Office, I Factory, S5 CONGRESS ST. I 384 Main St., Camb't lianufacturers of ill kinds of Turned Goods, 122 Broadway, Cainbrldt-eport. Telepbone, 7277. X. ELA, Manager IWiEj-gPHi; gPml TRADE MARK, Soap Never varies, does not contain one particle of the adulterations used to reduce the cost of PURE GOODS But DOES possess the FULL VALUE of every Legitimate Washing Quality, which gives it every advantage over Soaps of doubtful character; practically recommended by other manufacturers in imitating it. None should be deceived, however, as the word WELCOME and the Clasped Hands are stamped on every bar. CatarrH elys BEKy" «■ IREAM BALM KP?fAM Cleanses the ■ Head. Allays P*&gt;^ oo **o|»£ Inflammation. PMtf EVTRwJ: Heals the Sores. ■r . &lt;y&lt;&amp; _H Restores the mg / _&lt;vH— W*n**tr Senses OI " Taste, Smell, Hearing:. **\] A qulck Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A p...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
• ! £^»S*^^XV** / . BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, MB. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND; Carry under one roof, (th. Great Nassau Hall Building 8t? Wat—lstatf' At* Boston Matt.) each and every article that goat to tnrnls— a w.TI .qnlfepsj—aaaa; Sold for CASH ot-e-m INSTALMENTS. WauHUSaUSIOO Waatmmf Oll&lt;t#ei»H XXown and $10 par Month, or 980 worth for AS Dawn mat* AS par M*****. GOODSItELTTEBEIt TBE2.taoU DEPOTS in Ma., JT. jr., -Tsie. t «. X.e#T*nn PARLOHFU RN ITURfi. Abeau_fi_»venpleceeTOno««!dpluahPA__Oß%Trrr_. Comtuttt in on. ealer__a combination of colors, only •46.00, alto a full line of parlor aultee., covered In all Uadaat? •roods at price, that will aatonlth. yon. W_lT_ for OATA_OGUK and PBIGK Urn, CHAMBER FURNITURE At prices that are etnre to move the good* in a hurry. We are boand ta TMAtY We have a full-sized solid BLACK WALNUT Chamber gait, lO piece, aomshtea. «v ***** AN ASH SBX, fall-sited bed, and tarn, ttyl* aa the she—i —eri...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
The Cambridge Press .VOL. XXI.—NO. 51. i JAMES COX, 1 1 Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS., MARCH 26, 1887. I Terms, la ad&gt; ance, 1 1 aa.oo per annum. • PRICE FIVE CENTS. fjfoe filwm, |$e gmbridge Jf re ** SaVTOBDAY. atABCB **. IaST. ADVBatTIHIKG RATatS. Baoa Basjare, (oae laehj Ist tlase SI.OO * - eaek sabseqnent insertion JO AB. adnetUsnaeats wOl be charted at the forefslas; Bates, except when special contracts are
HELEN'S SURRENDER. A STORY, BY C. H. THAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
HELEN'S SURRENDER. A STORY, BY C. H. THAYER. Helen Weston was left an orphan at tweniy-ttto, with a crippled brother to support and a mortgaged farm, which she was determined to relleTe of its (to her)' intolerable incubus. Women hate mortgages, but men -'cry for them," as the babies once did for soothing-syrup. Besides her brother and her farm Helen bad lovers, several of them, mostly cultivators of the neighboring soil and clerks in the village stores. They were all very anxious to pay the specified mortgage, mid allow Helen to live at ease, they said. But she knew what ''liitug at case" meant for a farmer s wife, and declared repeatedly that such a fate should never be hers. Still, as they saw many girls marry the very opposite of their profess, d ideals, these asseverations, emphatic .-is they always were, did not alarm the lovers very much. It was a young lawyer from a neighboring city who troubled them a gie.it deal more, i Handsome, dashing, and eloquent, they felt themselves...
Inaccuracies of the Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Inaccuracies of the Directory. A directory (or any city is useful only as far as it is correct. The Cambridge Directory for 1887 seems to have been prepared with very little care. As a sample we give the lists of the teachers of the Latin School and of the English High School as they appear ou page 474: English High School. TEACHERS. TEACHERS. Directory Vertion. Ctrrect Version. Frank A. Hill, Head Frank A. Hill, Head Master; Edwin 1,. Sar- Master; Edwin L.Sargent, §ent, Ueorge F. Jewett. Master: Emma F. Mun-ul&gt;-masters; Clar.i A. res, Master's Assistant; Amies, Jessie L. C'ate. Km mi A.Scudder.MargaElizabetb Emerson. Mary reite M. I.ci ghton, Louisa M. Leighton. Emma F. P.Parker, Maria E.Siiare, Mnnrne, Louisa I arker, Jessy L Catc. Caroline Kate P. Richardson. Car- A. Sawyer, Kale P. Rlcholiue I. Sawyer, Kiiiina a-ds-.n." Clara A. Armed. A. Scudder, Mary E. iict«e F. .Icuett, Special Spare, Assistants. Inatiacior ta Chemistry. Elizabeth Emerson, Lib.'uriau. Cambridge I....
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
A Festival Will lie held iii the Charitable Mechanic Association Kiiilding. Boston, on Tuesday evening, April 12th. It will be given under the auspices of the Massachusetts and the Boston Homspathic Societies, the Faculty of Boston University School of Medicine, and a general committee of citizens, and in aid of Boston University School of Medicine. The festival will include the following features: from 5 toB p. m. there will lie a coffee party or high tea. with refreshment tables, under the charge of matrons and assistants,—the refreshments may lie continued through the eveuiug; from 7 to 8, addresses will I*| made in the small hall, (picture gallery); !■ mi 8.30 to 10. a promenade concert will be g -en in the large lull by the Symphony Orchesti i. conducted by Mr. Carl Zerrahu; from 10 to 1' | dancing. Subscriptions of money and (' nations of refreshments suitable for the e rasiou, flowers and confectionery are solicited. T ckets for the festival, one dollar each, may lie 1 aciire...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
—It is estimated that Mr. Beecber during his lifetime earned fully $1,000,000 by preaching, lecturing and writing-, or this he leaves an estate said lo amount to SIoO.OOO or 9200,000. —Have you n cough!- Sleepless nights need no longer trouble you. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral will stop the cough, allay the inflammation, ami induce repose. It will, moreover, heal the pulmonary organs and give you health. —A material called "featherbone" prepared from the nuilU of geese and turkeys, is said to be largely taking the place of whalebone for many purposes. —Vliat you need Is a medicine which Is pure, efficient, reliable. Such is Hood's Sarsaparilla. It possesses peculiar curative powers.
IN THE TOILS. A Gay Deceiver Behind the Bars. $20,000 BAIL REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
IN THE TOILS. A Gay Deceiver Behind the Bars. $20,000 BAIL REQUIRED. Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant, who figured so conspicuously last fall as a gay lothario, and who wooed and won Miss Lucy Torrey of No. 10 Plympton street, and after the marriage of the lady, absquatulated with valuable property of hers, was traced to Clayton, N. J., by Sergeant L. J. Ducey of the Cambridge police, who arrested him at his residence on a small farm, which he had doubtless purchased with the proceeds of the robbery of Miss Torrey. The arrest took place as above Thursday night, 17th inst.. and Grant, in custody of Sergeants Ducey aed Alonzo S. Harriman, reached Cambridge Sunday morning last, the prisoner agreeing to come without requisition papers at first, but demanded them afterwards. They were produced and he then yielded. Dr. Grant, alias Dr. Alexander J. Perry, was snugly settled on his farm, employing a housekeeper and a hired man, and keeping horses and cows and fancy fowls, &amp;c. Monday th...
Officer John Wiley. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Officer John Wiley. To the Editor of the Cambridge Press: Dear Sir, —In your paper of last week in referring to Police Officer John Wiley's record, why it was not published in the Tribune with the others, and the circumstances under which the officer was solicited by a Tribune representative, you say that he was approached in an "impudent and exacting manner." As I was the •'representative" who "approached" Mr. Wiley in regard to the matter I wish to deny the unfounded accusation contained in your article that I was either impudent or exacting in any sense whatever. He was asked for the facts la connection with his police record in the police station in the presence of a dozen or more fellow officers who were invited in the same manner for their record. All cordially gave the desired information except Mr. Wiley, who was urged very politely but whose reply was that he "didn't know anything," and that he "didn't want anything published." I understand the officer went so far in his ob...
Wonderful Surgery. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Wonderful Surgery. The remarkable advances made in surgery the past ten years is something wonderful, and yet these great strides made in the love of tinkering up maimed humanity, have their drawbacks. A man and his wife got into a squabble over a can of beer, iv South Boston, about a year ago, and the wife removed all the cords and tendons from the old man's left leg, with a pair of ice tongs. The doctors got together, (after the man's foot had withered and the leg become useless), and decided to repair him. A colt was etherized and all the tough membranes of the animal's legs were taken out and set into the unfortunate man's leg. Everything has worked first class, save a hoof is gi owing out from the ankle joint, where the foot was, and a vicious inclination to kick everything and everybody that he passes. He spends most of his time in the station, house for numerous assaults committed on pedestrians, who are unlucky enough to meet him in the streets. The shoe for his hoof is made...
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute. The efforts now being made by the friends of Indian and Negro education to aid the above named institution of learning is worthy of the fullest success. The Hampton Institute was organized in 1868 and incorporated in 1870. It is managed by seventeen trustees representing well known clergymen aud others. Rev. Alexander McKenzie, D. D., of this city, being one of the number. Gen. S. C Armstrong is the principal of the school. The trustees and other friends of the institution are making appeals to the liberal minded citizens of the country for monetary aid to forward the purposes of the undertaking which has thus far received generous support. The institute is non-sectarian and non-partisan. It has TOO acres devoted to farming and thirty-two buildings, including thirteen workshops devoted to industrial training. The valuation of its property, the gifts of friends, amounts to $475,000, and without any debt burdens. The state of Virginia contrib...