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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
It's a very simple and yet scient ' fK aCt t ' lat t^le Same tODacco i l \ can't be equally good for both i J) « chewing and smoking, any more &amp; 3 than bread can be good to sat- I. szly*L fa_y isfy thirst, or water to satisfy L hunger. A smoker wants yrl'i. \\ tobacco for smoking, and a A. ti chewer for chewing ; and ) mP'Ciil i or cn ewing there is no / ' &gt;v Jjffl Z_i\\ tODacco equal J \\u to Finzer's "Old j Honesty." It conV '&amp;' \ tains 20 per cent. V more than any other V brand of similar quality; \ and so tfs the cheapest as well a^ ♦ . a red&gt;B?&gt; Vto *Tin J " tag. Get the genuine of your dealer. Made only by John Finzer &amp; Bros., Louisville, Ky. ARE YOU ABOUT TO PAINT? THF.N &lt;;&lt;&gt; TO BUHDITT Ac WHITE'S, Where yon will nnd READY MIXED PAINTS, WHITK I.LAI), OILS and VAKNISIIKS. Also Cranite Floor Paint. Ughtniiig diver. Two cnjiis mm* 1-e applie -. in !a!f,niU-iiir. I hr. uglily dry...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
5»cbools —Qlinical. . I IT. ST. JOSEPH S ACADEMY, ' AMBRIDGE, • • - MASS. FOE BOAEDEES AND DAY PUPILS, KKUHtMIi UO.VDAY, September &lt;ih. ! Pur prsaifMaM ami furiher inlorination BaUfa**, MUTIIKK St'PKKIOK, .Mr. Sr. .Imski'm's Acauksiy j ANNA M. McAVOY, j TKACHKU OF THE i-» i a in o jKomri? f: 71 Ooncord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS"ELLEN~E. HAWKEB, TEACHEK OF )t» 1 AL 7* €&gt;PO FJ r J&gt;E 1... resnmed her ln.i rnclions .Inc. Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIS St., (ambrldgeport. Coal nnb Moot). Coleman Brothers, DEALER. I!, COAL&amp; WOOD H.-l" ana OK.U.\. LACKAWAKNA, SUAMOKIX, Slid LYKENS VALLEY FKANKLIN COALS, kept constantly ou band, at lowest market rat... Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds. Always in stock. Wood sawed aud split an; leugtb at abort notice. Also butt ends, birch kindlings aud sawdust at low prices. The Trade .applied with Bundle Wood. Telephone Xo. 7182. ' Irders by Mail or Telephone promptly attended Is 91 Broadway, cor. or Sixth St. Aad 3«M MAIN M...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
SHISf AGENCY. / &gt;CK_&gt;" '/ \ *' Till: CKI.KtKATKIJ W *■&amp; '- U -' RE S S SHIRT. I**-'' t,% '.- ■■ '• ____. ._W—— \O~ -I'/ TTtawasaayaW""l-e«d " 111 :i...l i-l l.,ttei tlnmaiivSlilrt Made to \ 7 Ord-r. kii'.wf il ki il.fh.-'i.f il.&lt;-1,. s. ni i,'i,d neek-bandu \~ ■ / Hie prtnelp«r**asW».i .:,ir: I'll.- ■• Kijl.niie" I nlent Shirt I,made only KS ml from lb. Mat matJriii!. f, ,r llr-t.la-» irale The l&gt;..s &gt;m run be worn a |H &gt;j/ week wltliout a breaV&gt;r «iin»le an.l -uaiai.'ec.i i.. ..uiuear the Shirt. W I ffl Price, Inlatmdeied, 81.; Laundered, $1.25. II / 7 The "Ehjhml." U.-Knf..r,ed Leadtr Shirt made fit m Wam.utta Mu.I l j I lin, I9ou Lln.u bosom. VV ft Price, Unlanndered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. / Kolt SAI.K UNLV 11V Infringements, us. nons unless sJOHIM t\_m JORDAN, Statu oed G. D. EIGHMIE. |~,, ~,.,,„. nd—m——— n I ° ~t'0,„...,.".. |98 COURT BttlET. opp. Sudbun, BOSTON. Kustntss (fariis. jfo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
New Millinery. GENUINE BARGAIN RICH MILLINERY ROODS, Will ,!., well t„,all early. We have MAKKKI) DOWH TO HALF PRICE -ALL TIIKIMPORTED BONNETS anil HATS Slinwii at t.ur late opaidng. A« we .-an y:i lar K -e &gt;:..ek an.l arc eonstaali* re.eivuiH the late.-t iiii|..iriu:i.,ns, we are i-unii.elle.l to ftarnli.-e tin the above «0t..1-. We are now uj.a beiutirul assoitlnent of Dress Hats &amp; Bonnets At $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 each. OUS MOURNING DEPARTMENT Is now complete. THE BOUQUET MttLINERY STOKE, 134 Tremont Street, Boston. MTiSTS'MATERIALS OF EYEKY KIND. WADSWORTB, ROWLAND &amp; GO. 82 and 84 Washington S., Boston. Straw Hats and Bonnets KEMODKLLKD Til THE Spring and Slimmer Fashions, MRS. M. LARNER, 53 Froapect Street. - Cambridgeport. CD. STEVENS, Millinery. HAIR AM) MOLKHM, GOODS IiINVIANTI.Y ON 11 '.M&gt;. is UAXOVIR STREET, ROSTON. Straw II its and Btamata BlMcfaad and Pressed In Nilcal style. Paith-nlar atU nlk-n paid tc&gt; orders. a...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
A remarkable Incident occurred at a ■astlon of the investigating committee in the Beverly bribery affair, at the State House. A youthful Boston attorney—he must he very young—burst into tears because a remark of one of the examining counsel led him to believe that he was suspected of dishonesty! A committee of the Legislature is still at work on the proposed bill restricting the privileges of the Mercantile Ageucies. Action in the matter is, of course, warmly oontested by these overgrown and dangerous monopolies, but it is certain that legislative action is imperatively demanded by the mercantile community; the result of the present movement is awaited with interest. The Rev. Dr. E. G. Taylor, whose death was recently announced, was one of the most eminent of American Baptist Clergymen. He was formerly settled In Providence, and a few years since—we believe, before the Incumbency of Mr. Pervear, and soon after the death of Dr. Mason—was called to the pulpit of the First Baptist Chur...
Tax-Payers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Tax-Payers. The whole number of tax-payers in Cambridge U 30,816. of whom 12,883 are poll tax payers only, leaving 7.933 who turn into the city treasury more than two dollars each. It is apparent, therefore, that the poll tax payers outnumber those who pay more than two dollars by 4.»o0, and can thus elect every city officer and dispose of the whole of the cash raised from taxation in a manuer to suit themselves.
The Library Again. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
The Library Again. A contemporary urges with truth and force the fact that it is nothing less than folly lo hope that any unselfish and benevolent citizen will speedily find it in the line of either duty or inclination to present Cambridge with a suitable public library building. As the editor intimates it is the plain and imperative duty of the city government to take immediate steps to wipe out the disgrace attending the present inadequate and utterly unlit accommodations for this most i-n port ant and beneficent public institution.
A Legal Mare's-Nest. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
A Legal Mare's-Nest. If the recent assemblage of law makers at the national capital accomplished nothing else, they certainly succeeded in enacting one piece of legislation which is setting the railroad companies, north, south, ea.-t condition- of travelers: drummers, deadheads, merchants, and missionaries. The popular construction of the new law. especially in reference to those clauses that are interpreted as controlling and restricting certain privileges long enjoyed byfavored parties, is testing very thoroughly the patience and ingenuity of the recentlyappointed commissioners, and those gentlemen have felt compelled to assert, in more than one instance, their belief that under the provisious of the law, their powers in the way of interpretation and final decision on mooted points, are extremely limil.-d. Among the appellants to the judgm-nt of the commissioners, is the venerable Bishop Knickerbocker of Indianapolis, who inquires as to the duties under the law of certain roads in...
Mr. Riddle Shakes off the Dust, & c. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Mr. Riddle Shakes off the Dust, &amp; c. Mr. Edgar Fawcett the author, and Mr. George Riddle the chief interpreter of the new play recently produced at the llollis St. theatre, have joined issues in a nio-t vehement assault on Boston, its theatitgoing people, its Clitics, and its journal-. The cause of this onslaught—literary and dramatic—is the incontrovertible fact that the citizens of Boston and vicinity saw lit to neglect the rare opportunity of aniu- - roent and instruction offered them at fie llollis Street playhouse: in point of fact, they stayed away, and practically pronounced a decided preference for other stage productions. Mr. Riddle's now famous letter to the Transcript, wherein he airs his vvrailiful rhetoric, and declares his purpose to, professionally at least, avoid Boston forthe future, is dated from our own favored city. from which it is fair to infer, that, albeit many of our pleasure-loving people are constant patrons of the Boston theatre-, we are not i...
Patriarchs Militant. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Patriarchs Militant. Grand Canton Cambridge, No. 2, Patriarchs Militant. I. O. O. V.. will celebrate the sixtyeighth anniversary of the introduction ot Odd Fellowship into America, at Colon Hall, next Tuesday evening, by giv ing their firxt annual SraiMl civic and military ball. J. Howard .ichard-on's Orchestra will furnish the music. Tickets admitting gentleman and la.lv, $1; extra lady-ticket .» cents. Supper ticket's SO cents. A promenade concert and drill mill take plana from Mto 9 o'clock. A large reception ami executive committee, and a general committee have been chosen to conduct the affair which promise, to be a grand success.
Massachusetts Guard. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Massachusetts Guard. The military ball and reception given by Co. B. Ist Infantry. Capt. X. W. Ualliiiger. at I'nion Hall, Thursday evening, was one of the finest partiest given In this city for many a day. The reception committee consisting of a large number of aawH-iate member., performed their duty in an admirable manner. The festivities were opened by a promenade coueert aud company drill. Private C L. iLParkhill was presented with the Dallinger medal for excellenceIn marksmanship. A warm and cordial reception was tendered Gov. Ames, Lieut. Gov. Bracket! and the Governor's start. There was „avery large number of invited guests present who Wore hospitably entertained by the company. T&gt;e asaair was a brilliant success in ewers way and Capt. UalNuger and his command may vv ell Jnel proud of it.
Shall We Have a New Bridge? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Shall We Have a New Bridge? The opposition of alderman N. li. Smith of Boston borders on the puerile, when ho expresses the fear that the erection of a . new bridge across the Charles Barer will hinder boating. When the lite engineer Wightman drew the plans for the bridge, he provided an elevation ot the structure with width of spans to allow the passage of row boats at high tide. The Alderman holds that Cambridge should pay the lion's share of the cost of the bridg*, because, in his opinion, we are to reap ihe greater benefit. Such narrow views coining from an intelligent public official, are very much to his discredit, aud exhibits a disposition on his part to thwart a great public improvement which liberal-minded citizens of both municipalities highly favor. He also oppoena mandatory legislation to compel the , cities of Boston and Cam bridge tn build the ; bridge at once, and desires the present permissive statute to remain until such time as Boston may see tit to unite with Cam...
No-License. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
No-License. There was a largely attended meeting of the friends of no-lieeuse held in the Old Cambridge Baptist Church ou Sunday evening. Rev. Franklin Johnson. I). D.. the pa-tor. presided. Addresses were math- by Rev. William laivvrence. I). I)., of the Episcopal Divinity School, Mayor Coggan of Maiden. Rev. George W. Briggs, D. I)., and Col. T. W. Higgiii-uu. The general sentiment was expressed forthe rigorous enforecment of the law. The people had voted to have no license, for the sale of intoxicating liquors issued ill Cambridge this year, ami each sjieaker urged the support of the government in its enforcement of the law. Col. lligginsoti said, "there is but one Sanaa to pttr-ue —go in and execute the law- and take the consequences for weal or for woe." He praised the indite force and said that it would do honor to any city. The Mayor ami the Chief of Police were tucivnot afeareil" to do their duty.
Ministerial Promotion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Ministerial Promotion. Rev. John F. Mundy, for a period of fifteen years assistant pa-tor of St. Mary's Church of the Annunciation. Norfolk street, ha- bean assigned by Archbishop Williams to the pastorate of St. Bridget's Church in Abington, in place of Rev. Father Mc()uai.l. transferred to St. James Church, Boston. Hi- Genet the Archbi-hop, has on several occa-iotis tendered to Father Mundy the pastorate of other parishes, but through the urgent requests of Rev. Thomas Scully, the pastor, ami hi- own inclination to remain, he hatl liecn retained to a—ist in fonvartling the work undertaken by the pastor. During his loug career he vva- considered a clergyman of very pronounced views, ami a strict disciplinarian.
A New Postmaster. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
A New Postmaster. Mr. James 11. Wells, appointed by Postmaster Cor-e to the supcriutciidciicy of the Cambridgeport Station, in place of Mr. William S. Aruaud, removed, is generally well known to our citizen-. Mr. Wells has resided ill Cainbride for many years and has la-en prominent in political cjrcles holding executive |&gt;o-ition- on the Democratic Ward and City I oiiiinittec. ami for years it- Treasurer, lie was twice elected a int-mber of the Common Council from Ward Four, serving on important committee-, etc.. during hi- term of office. He ha- al-o served as a member of the Board of Regi-trars of Voters. Mr. Well- entered upon hi- resaosasV ble duties last Saturday. It may la- -aid in tins connection that the office is now tilled by a lVmocrat for the first time since Wei, vvlien the venerable Samuel Jam.-- wa- retired by the Lincoln administration, and .Mr. John McDuilie appointed as his -ucccs-or. The editor of ih.- Pkk&gt;- ha- been persoeadr. acquainted wi...
Death of an Honored Officer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Death of an Honored Officer. officer Benjamin F. Bridden. for man] yens day station man at Station .". and the old.-t officer ill the-erv ic. of the police department, died at his re-idem-,-. No. In Locke street, Friday evening of la-t week, after a -hort illn.— produced by an o|s-ratioii performed a levy day- la-fore hi- demi-c. gat the purpose of removing a canc.-r trotn which he -uttered for souie time, although in -eer.-t. a- no one knew that he wa- afflicted. Ihe deceased was la&gt;rn in Charleston n in 1*2:!. where he Bossed hivouth. Prey ion- to hi- appoinlimnt a- an OSBo r by Mayor Ravumml in Hi, he was engaged in th- tin plate business. He wa* for many years connected with Di-trict 2 a- a patrolman and iv lsso vva- ap|K,int.-.| to the poasnan he vva- tilling up to the time of hi-la-t illn.-—. The deceased vva- for many year- prominently identified with the old volunteer tire department, and vva- nni-ver-ally esteemed and respected by hi- brother officer- and a large...
Order of the Iron Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Order of the Iron Hall. The Di.tri.-t sitting of the order of tha Iron Hall, wa-held on Monday at Cambridge Hall, M Main street. During the examination of credentials by the committee Supreme Vie- Justice F. D. Somerby. addre 1 the Mtting. giving "iib-tantial advice to Ihe representatives. The sitting then proceeded to the election of three representative- to Ike Supreme -sitting to Isheld at Coluinbii-. Ohio. May 24. ami 11. D. Allen of thi- eitv. 11. L. Holeolllb of Florence, and Dana It. Move] of thi- eitv. were el.-.-t. .1. There were al-o elected a- alternate- George A. Davi-. of thi- .ilv. .-aiuu.-l H. Harvey of Boston, and Beaj. Holt of Low.-11. The new Hoard of officers were then iii-ta11.,1 by Past Di-trict Justice Win. ||. Martin, a- follo'vv- : Di-trict .In — tiee. 11. D. Allen of Cambridge; District Vice Jll-tiee. Henj. Holt of I.OW.II; Accountant. J, R. Roy.l of Cambridge: Ca-hi.r. V. L. Poole of Cambridge; Adju-tor. 11. E. Bowers, of Wi.lthain: hull in Ini, &gt...
Enforcement of the Liquor Law. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Enforcement of the Liquor Law. The Mayor ha- Issued the following order to the neSee: M.wnit'-. okkhk. i April, ltd, Iks 7. )' To the ineinlM-rs of the police force: l.cutlemcii—Ou ami after Sunday. May l-t next, the law prohibiting the-ale of intoxicating liquors take- effect iv tin- eitv. It is expected ami required of you to enforce' this law impartially, v igoromdy and thoroughly: every member of the for.-.- inu-t make hini-elf entirely lamiliar with the nrovMeaa of the law ami he alert to detect all violation- ami prompt to prosecute them. It i-your ,|ulv not only to prosecute known violation-of IB* law battoaaow who violate the law. Enforcing the lew means thai I it -hall not lie violated vv ith impunity. You will Is- held strictly rrsponsHih for sacfg enforce■antof the law. lean a—un- all officers that they will have the cwnhnlcp operation of ihecltj ■uieaasw.nl and of Use citizen- of Cambridge ii, ' Ihe faithful discharge or their ilulv. The Chief will sea thai thi- notice i...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
—Supt. X. 11. Mullikcii of the Cambridge Hertrie Light Company, is introducing the electric light into his private residence and that of Mr. A. J. Apple-gate. He will furnish the-light from the Jii lieu Storage ilatterv now in utC ou the 80-tou aad Albany Kailruad. j