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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Itules I for the care of the sick. Hoxv to cure disease, ; its symptoms and causes, and other information of great value will lie found iv old Dr. Kaufliiann'- great liook: inn pages, tine colored plates. Send three 1 cent stamps to pay postage tei A. I. onlxvay i Co.. Boston. Mass., and receive a copy free. — Hoxy do we know that Cesar had an Irish sweetheart! He went to the lthiue, and proposed to Bridget (bridge it). —.lames l'yl,-*&gt; Pearline lias indeed hei-onir an artii-li- of estalilishi-il \alue in domestic economy, and niixv i. the time for every family to test it, fur house-clianing as well as for laundry purposes. A nmre us,-ful article for liou--ekeepcr.s is not to he found, and tln-v xvho neglect a trial of it deprive theasseives of a great convenience. Sold ley grocers generally, but sea that counterfeit-, an- nut urged upon you.
A CAPTAIN'S EXPERIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
A CAPTAIN'S EXPERIENCE. A New Kxplanation of the Oregon IHi.nM.-r, and some other Information of Great Importance. The mystery surrounding the stamship Oregon has nex-er been solx-ed. That a vessel crashe-1 into her is ccltnin—that is aIL The '■ .st evidence xv.- —ire yet encountero- 'hat of Csptab S. tlreeuwood, mast .:' tiie iteatncr Kanuxviia. which runs oetxveen Newport News. Va., and Providence. X. 1. In conversation with the writer, Capt. Braenwood said: "On the night in which the Oregon xx-as sunk, 1 whs steaming along on a course South and East of the collision. It was about 11 o'clock xvhen the lroltout reported a sail on the port hoxv. 1 was on the bridge at the time and immediately sighted the boat. It seemed to be moving iv un unSteady manner, al- Capt. okef.nxxoon. though most of its sails were set. As we came nearer I saw it was bearing directly over our course without any regard for the rules of navigation. I accordingly slowed down, and finding she still kept her cou...
BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
BOSTON NOTES. The "Creation" was magnificently per- ■ formed by the Handel and Haydn Society. ! Mr. Henschel being warmly weloraed bask to Boston where he has always had so many admirers. The illness of a member of Mr. S. F. Cushing's family will prevent the appearance of Mr. Gushing in the private theatricals given for a charitable object, but many society people of talent will perform. Miss Burnett is very lively and will appear as a French Marquise. The j ominous silence of cable news regarding Mrs. James Brown Potter would seem to | hint her failure in histrionic art. The many generous contributors to the I kindergarten fund have ensured the com- ! pletion of the building which is now ready ' for occupancy. Its location is in Roxbury I and it is to be dedicated on Tuesday. April 19th. Dr. Samuel Elliot will preside, and give a brief history of the work. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe will read an original poem,and remarks will be madefby Rev. Dr. Peabody, Key. Phillips Brooks, Key. Dr. Ba...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
9\Jlie Best and Purest MedicineS EVER MADE. II ■ *kG [s»fcvftwlll drlre the H—aorfrota—&gt;arH I JL~tV •j ***&lt;** ami make your skmlll ■4&gt; e- ~(/2 Wckn" and auiooth. Tin,si 111 ill *» '~ anil Biol. lie.ljj '''' ''^sSy your l.i-anlia—l U +« *A ~-*_s_*W 'ausc-d liy lmpurt'Ed H ' / .' ■'~ 4. '*'.*A_^.rciiioviiliiia.-h..it||l ■ W'f. »- " youarel II M The Doee is - lh_V "o ' %%■ % HI ■ sauOl-onlyatea - !^*/ v «. &lt;&gt;. &lt;• V^BI ■ spoonful. Itl.tho\\i '.. \- HI ■ heat and diauestVi « X&gt;&gt;. 'VBI ■ meaiclne. Try It, »olV\*&lt;, s,\, II ■ you »111 l&lt;e aatikfied. &lt; 111 ■ Get It of your Druggist. \ *# I Dd&lt;»"tWajt. GBTiTATOitci - W *.a la llf too are sofitorinr from ■ If B nev Disease, and wish to live |f| ■ eld axe. use SI'U'IU U II H They I—rer fail to cure. ~| 111 Snd s S-ee— staiape to A. P. «&gt;Btway &amp; CoBoewa, Haas., for bert nedtealwore published?<...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
BAILEY &amp; EA^EIN Successors to CHIPMAN'S SONS &amp; CO. ■ This is not an instalment store, but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but But we will sell to reliable parties, , Carpets at the Lowest Cash Prices, by paying it part down, ami the balance by the week or month. All of the instalment stores charge 20 to SB per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods to all at the same price, This is the only Exclusiye Carpet Store '» Boston that has ever made this Oor. Court and Hanover Streets, j BOSTON. Mind Over Matter! MES- DE. E. J. ANDEBSON, MENTAL PHYSIOLO, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport Mass Another Sever*- &lt;fine of Erysipelas Cured. I wiv*. sorely arHicted with the worst type of Erpsipela* in my faVe, whi-.li was so badiy disfixuieil ami ' swollen that I was obliged to keep it heavily veiled, A oar: &gt;.f the time 1 was i ontiiud to my room by the dread:ul ilise-ifte. it would gather and break into ritual tig sores in m...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Insurant!. Five Dollars ! Will insure against ACCIDENT. $5,000 in Case of Death, i •25 Weekly Indemnity. _"or all Information call ujjon I J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, j IMSLRANCE, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. | H. BIRD &amp; CO., i Insurance, jNo. 559 MAIN STREET. [ Royal 'Insurance Co., Liverpool. ' Largest assets of any Ceempany in the I'nited States : London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., i Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., i Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. other Insurance Companies represented. 11864. 1887. I 'The Old and Reliable Ini tnrance elgencu." |W.B. Hasting &amp;CoJ ! Insurance Aieiits, No. 89 Cambridge Street, i —a*! Cambridge. W. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston hoars in Bo.ton from 1 to 3 P. _. ORDERS SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore •r. a. oaaTiMos. r. w. MAAMtSSM■ MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company COX'JOKD, -MASS. Incorporated March 3d, IM2G. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
STEPHEX 1. HARRKGTOX, Commission Merchant &amp; Auctioneer, 412 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport, Near i-orner of Elru Street. AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AT 7.30 O'CLOCK. PfOiti attention given to ShUh at Kesidenee*, Store.-., etc. Ueal ErtaM an-. .Merchandiso of Every iHWllptluu Solicited. Dead Animals! i TT The Batrher'eNlaaahlrriaa aad MMI ing Assaclailea will remove all ilesil homeland raltlo promptly ami without expense. Orders sent to th* Brighten Abattoir, Rrlghte.ii, either ley telegraph, telephone or mail, at the expense of tho Association, will receive Inimediat* ttteiition. Telephone No. 7440. JAMES H. PRICE &amp; SIM, — DKAI.KRS IS — Stoves and Ranerea, Zinc, Sheet Lead and Lead Pipe; Britannia, Japan Tin and Knarueled Ware, OAST IRON SINKS, Oven, Ash Pit ami Boiler Doors anil Urates,Fuime Irons, Sail Irons, Stove Linings, Stove Brushes, Coal Sieves, Ac, *c. Km. HA Caaabridar ai.,&lt;Oild Fellows' Building f. a s r ( amiii:iit t; _. OT All k...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
(Sroceries, |probtsions, tit. 7 CX. BARTON, 280 Broadway, cor. Elm SI. Has ;i I&gt;*r;_v Assortment of Tin, Glass &amp; CrockeryWhich he is Selling at BOSTON PRICES. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails. 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 cts. dozen. G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Cambridgeport (Russell's New lilock.) , Medford St. Market Medford St., Somerville. ' Kesep constant!; on band choice assortments of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail. Chas. H. North &amp; Co. CURERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJT and SOMERYIEEE C.B. SOUTH, S. H.BKILTOS |)lumjnng anb (fas jutting LEVI HAWKES &amp; CO Plumbers, Sanitary Work a Specialty 599 MAIN ST., CambridgeportLEVI HAWKKg. JOHN CRAWFOBH PLUMBER &amp; GAS FITTER, 09 CAMBRIDOK STREET, East Cahhhidqe. (Residence, No. 112 Gore Street.) All orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. KEMOV.f_.l_. T. W. il-VJLiEY, ■.'•Formerly with Brock Bros.l Rutty and...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
HALES HONEY is the best Cough Cure, —, SOc, tt GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP heals and beautifies, —ft GERMAN CORN REMOVER kills Corns &amp; Bunions 25c HILL'S ttAMm WKISKER DYE-Black &amp; Brown, SOc PIKE'S TOOTHA.HE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 2Sc CEAN'S RHEUMATIC FILLS ate a set cure, SOc Catarrh elys ■■j ■ BALM IB__^8 ES te"l Head " Allays Zpl Inflamm a t i on. PIAYFEVERSJS $A Heals tiie Sores. lb*- / &lt;£•s■&gt;fl Restores the ___T ✓ V(S___! mSWmMtr SenseB of Taste, Smell, Hearing. A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price SO cents at Druggists; by mail, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Dcuggists, Owego, N. Y. How Lost! How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culyxbwixl' Celebrated Essay on the radical cure of Sperma torrhcua or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Semlua Losses. Impoteucy, Mental aud Physical Incapacity Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also. Consumption, Epile...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND| Carry under one roof, (the Great Nassau Hall Bnlldlns; MT Washington ■*- Boston Mass.) each and every article that goes to furnish a well-eqnlppe* kowae | Amid for CASH oron UTaTAJjXEItTS. Wa edit SeUAIOO Worth ef OeeAefarStA I —own and $10 per Month, mr SSO temrth for 9S —owe- aiul $5 par MmmSh. GOODS DELIVERED WMMMAamU DEPOTS' in Me., X. It., MTaasu, M.X.,* than. PARLOR FURNITURE. ________H_____ fit I i___-__ I __■ __N I I waM _i -f ■ 1 1._^^^^^^^M 1 " . h ■______■____! ___H ______________________ BOH M H^' *m\\\\\ \\\\T* m fl ■■" A beautiful seven piece emboaaed plush PABLO— SPITE. Complets In «■* color or Si s combination of colors, only a-i A .00, also a fall line of parlor suites, cowered In an —leads af goods at prices that will astonish yon. WRITE for CATALOGUE, sad PRICE 100. CHAMBER FURNITURE At prices that are sure to move the goods In a hairy. Wo are bona- ta —BAD* Wo har...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 4. I JAMES COX. I I Editor anil Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS.. APRIL US. 1887. I Term., In advance, I 1 52.00 per annum. ' PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Press. %\}t gmabri&amp;ge $}re** ItTOBDAT. APRIL S3. ISS7. ADVKBTISINO KATKB. Keek Square, (one Inch J let tine gl .00 " " each .nbrequent Insertion JO All adrertlMnMaU will be charged at the foregotac rates, except when .pecial contracts are
Self-Deceivers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Self-Deceivers. A large proportion of the vast aggregation of evil with which our unhappy world is cursed, is wrought by men and women who honestly deem themselves the salt of the earth. The most dangerous members of cominuuity are not its avowed murderers, and thieves, and seducers, but those who in the guise of exceptional morality. or, worse still, in the garb of religion, serve satan successfully and safely; nor does the fact that the sinner deceives himself in the ■tatter, make the case any less alarming;! indeed, it really adds to his own peril and to the danger of.the community. One of the very worst men of whom we have any knowledge is a clergyman whose long life has been a connected story of malice, selfishness, meanness, and lost: yet this aged sinner today honestly deems himself one of the elect of God; with his dark record of unhuppiness—partly the result of a singulary crooked mental make-up, greatly of the dreadful creed which teaches him to regard the vast majority of...
Annual Reunion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Annual Reunion. The Kichardson Associates, Co. C, Third I Regiment Ma... Vols., the first company raised i the United States for the war, held its twentysixth animal reunion at the Kevere House, Boston, on Monday evening. Nineteen of the remaining members of the company were present. Letters were read from Capt. J. P. Kichardson, who recruited the company. General Samuel E. Chamberlain, the First Lieutenant and others. Surgeon General A. F. Holt of the Governor's staff was elected President: Police Captain Thomas H. Lucy, Vice President, Geo. H. Hastings. Secretary, and Levi Hawkes, Treasurer. The communication of Col. Richardsou wag as follows: 120" Sax Jacijtto Svbeet, l Austix, Texas, April 6, 1887. | My Dtar Doctor, Your kind letter of the Ist Inst., Is just received. I wish I could tw with you at the reunion of the ever memorable old Company, on the 171 L., but circumstance, forbid It at this time. I entertain hope, however, that some time in the future 1 may he able to arrange...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —T. Hiikfortl of this city has just received a patent fur a crib, which he has recently invented, and O. Smith also of this city has likewise been granted a patent for a key. —Mr. John T. Burke, who has won KOldeu opinions for himself by his superb pitching in the base ball game with the Boston Blues against a picked nine composed of members of the Boston League Club on Friday last, is at present superintendent of the Catholic Young Men's Gymnasium of this city, which position he resigns May Ist to actively engage in his favorite pastime. Mr. Burke has been an amateur of no little repute for some years past, occupying the pitcher's box of the j Franklin Base Ball Club of this citv;he has wonderful command of the ball, is not easily rattled and we are sure will make a good showing with the Blues this season. —The thirty-fourth annual meeting of the Middlesex County Teachers' Association will be held in Horticultural Hall, Boston, on Friday next, beginning at 9.30 A...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —The stable of Edgar Harding, *3 Maple avenue, was broken into Friday night of last week and a harness and three overcoats stolen. The boarding bouse of Mra. Tatt at 40 Austin street was also entered tha same night and some silver knives, forka and money belonging to boarders wen taken. —The lovers of freshly boiled lobsters will now have the opportunity of procuring them every afternoon at 5 o'clock, at Catting's lobster house and fish store, 369 Mate street, as he has just begun his annual business. Mr. Cutting makes a specially of the lobster trade by wholesale and retail, and delivers orders to all parte ot the city -tret) of charge. See advertisement. —Maiden's Liquid Ink Eraser, a newly patented compound for removing Ink stains from paper and cloth, seems to be an article of much merit aud deserves to meet with a large sale. It is manufactured by H. H. Marden ct Co., 63 May wood street, Boston Highlands. —In the District Court laat Saturday Judge Orcutt gave...
The New Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
The New Bridge. The Legislative Committee on Harbors and Public Lands resumed the hearing on Tuesday on the petitions relative to the erection of a new bridge across Charles River between West Chester Park in Boston and Front street conrepresented citizen, of "Boston* favoring the measure and Mayor Russell appeared on behalf of the city of Cambridge, and Judge Henry 1. Wells for the citizens. Alderman N. G. Smith of Boston was first heard, and while he remonstrated against mak ing the compulsory portions of the'bill, he stated that he was inclined to favor the project if it was made permissive on the part of both cities. He thought that the only objection that would be raised in the Council .would be that It would tend to interrupt the boating on the river, and while its chief object appeared to connect au undesirable portion of Cambridge with the garden of Boston, it would in his opinion decrease the value of the real estate on the Boston side. Mayor Russell said that the bill subm...
The Golden Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
The Golden Cross. Plymouth Rock Commandery, United Order of Golden Cross, Noble Commander James P. Ewelt, held one of their most enjoyable sociables in Knights of Honor Hall on Wednesday evening. At the close of lodge business an adjournment was had to the banquet hall, where a most appetizing collation was served by caterer Miss Martha R. Jones of Harvard square. After the menu speeches were indulged In of a more or less humorous character by chairman Ewell. Past Commanders W. H. Briggs, George A. Davis, Lewis, Redding, A. A. Bradshaw, Mr. Caulkin. of the Tribune, and others. Past Commander Charles E. Maynard gave recitation, and songs in his usual inimitable manner, to the edification of all. Past Commander B. P. Doe gave several songs, the company joining in the chorus. A mock trial created much merriment. A very pleasant occasion was brought to a close by all joining in singing familiar songs. Plymouth Rock is to be commended on its progressivensaa, and prosperity, and the commi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
—People who declare most loudly their ability to paddle their own canoe are generally the people who haven't got any canoe. —That tired feeling and loss of appetite are entirely overcome by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the peculiar medicine. Try it and see. —From statistics now in my hands, I have ascertained that we have enough pie in America, if properly distributed, to give each adult, exclusive of Indians not taxed, one-eighth of a full grown pie and still leave one-sixteenth pie for each child of school age.—[Bill Nye. —As a hair dressing and renovator, AVer's Hair Vigor Is universally commended. It eradicates dandruff, cures eruptions of the scalp, invigorates aud beautifies the hair, and prevents its fading or turning gray.