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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

iglumlnng anb <£as fitting LEVI HAWKEaTdc Ir*l «iri.l>er*is», Siinitnry Work «. Speoiiilt y 599 MAIN ST.. Cambridgeport LKTI iIIJItS. JOHK CKAWFOBD JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBER & GAS FITTER, 99 CAMBIUDGK STKKET, East Cambkiikse. (Ruidence, Xo. 112 Gore Street.) All orders by mail or otherwise promptly attended to. KEMOVAL. T* TV. HALEY, .'Formerly with Brock 8n..5.l Plutiil and Sanitary Ventilation, Has removed to No. 27 Brattle Street, Next door IB Worrr*ter Bron. Telephone 7016. JAMES M. PRICE & 80», ■- — DI.ALI.BS IS— W ARE, Stoves and Ranfes, Zinc, Sheet Lead and I-sad Pi|<; Britannia, Japan Tin and Knaraeled Ware. CAST IRON SINKS, OTen, Ash Pit an.l Boiler Hours an.l Uratea.Funu* Iron., Sad Irons, si.ire Linings, Store Brushes, Coal Sieves, ■*.-., Ac. May. S3 C.airMir m., (Odd Fellows' Building EAST CAMRRIDOK. Or-All kind* of Tin. Sheet Iron and Copper War* made to order. All orders promptly attended to. .-.-i _. J. J1...-I \ur-...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

(Sroctrits, tic. C.E. BARTON, 260 Broadway, cor. Elm St. Han a Large Assortment of Tin, Glass & Crockery Which he is Selling at BOSTON PRICES. A I*arge Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails, 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 cts. dozen. G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Oambridgeport (Kuucir* »w Block.) Medford St. Market Medrord St., Somerville. Keep constantly on band choice assortments of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and .Retail. Chas. H. North & Co. CURERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJV and SOMEBI'MEEE C. H. JPISTH, S. H. SSILTOIt Miller's River Market. W. keep on hand a large stock of Provisions OF sVIX KIN OH. AND CrBiCERIES, Wklckw*M> maim Wholesale and Retail At Boston Prices Orders called for and Goods delivered free of charge in Cambridge and neighborhood. John P. Squire & Co. PROPRIETORS, GORE ST., opposite Works, r lABT CAMBRIDGE. ->^—^^——~^.*****-**.-*— TT/iTTvP-up ll.p-st bom«- and sn...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

CatarrH BliY ' s CREAM BALM leanses the ■J^^^SjTOH o *] Head. Allays Inflammation. PWFtVER mi*jj;A Heals the Sores. mp / <yJrAW Restores the Saw / z^fnmm S« nses °' 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, CO cents. Circular* free. KLY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y. FURNACES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and BkilfnUy Repaired, -BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tins.... vi Sleet Irei Wetter 21 CENTBAL SQUARE, OAMBRIDGEPORT. WIGWAM SLIPPERS. Are the lightest, easiest, prettiest shoe, in the market for the house, beaches, mountains, camping, etc. Made of seamless russet leather, handsomely marked and finL-phed. Men's, $1.25; Boys' and Ladies', S1.00; Misses, Ssc.; Children's, 75c. With outside soles, which add materially to their wear, 25c. extra. Sent by mail on receipt of price and 10c. pppstage. Send for illustrated catalogue of shoe* of all kind...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

BOSTON. MASS. & PORTLAND, ME. UNHEARD OF BARGAINS in all kinds of Useful HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Parlor, Ctaler. Dining Boom ai Kitclei Fnmttrß; Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, etc., in Endless Tarlety. Bala for CASH or on TXST4LMX2YTS. Wa tcUt Sett $100 Worth af Q**A*f*rol * Bat*** and $10 par Month, or $SO worth for $8 Dotn and MS mar itamth. GOODS DELirjSBXD FKEEtomll DKPOTB On Ma., V.8., Mats., M. X, * Cam**. f Bmcn. cherry. M E. II PIRE * Walnut ■ H. A 2L-»»»l!2-»i NY I aaaaal II 9 B fl fl VB Gtest Styles.'^^^^^i^-^SB.si»»^.»^-»»B At price* that are sure to move the roods In a harry. W. are li..iiil ta *"■**"■ We have a full-siied solid BLACK WALNUT Chamber Salt, IO pl.t*, comptott, *>r {B)K AH* ASH SET, full-alied bed, and same style a* tbe above aaaajsSa* walnut aat, with th. same style bureau, witb wood tops, and one of the areatest bar-cam* In this city. Only 911 Am. An Imitation Cherry Set. IO pieces complete, solid, square, bra*. •>*•■**""■*.. ■»...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

The Cambridge Press. vol. x_oi.---NO. 6. I JAMES COX. I 1 __ltor aad P-rop-rt>t..r. i CAMBRIDGE. MftSS., MAY 7. 1887. I Saoaa, t»*-Na-aa.> I ttAAA far «■**■■ < piacE Firs cmsL fi* 6 PWfttw ■ i i' ■ — a*>fin»AT. BUY 7. INT.

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The Clergyman's Ghost [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

The Clergyman's Ghost Key. Doyce Starkeye had been a month In his new quarters, the parsonage of the church to which he had lately been called. The quarters were new to him, but half a dozen of his predecessors had occupied the house, which was pretty in itself, and prettily situated amid shrubbery and trees. The place was a smart town in northern Michigan. The pastor and his wife were entertaining for a day three of Mr. Starkeye's classmates at college. These gentlemen came up from Ohio for duck shooting on the Lake Huron shore, and had stopped for a visit to their old school-fellow in his new location. After dinner -visitors and hosts were sitting in the cozy parlor while the shades of night deepened. The talk was lively, and all were in the best of spirits, when one of the visitors suddenly exclaimed: "What's that?' Of course everybody looked at everybody else, and the visitors saw in Mrs. Storkeye's face an expression of annoyance almost amounting to distress. It was John Trenna...

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Doctor Yourself [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

Doctor Yourself and save money, and perhaps your life. Send three 2-ccnt stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway & C, Boston, Mass., and receive a copy of Dr. Kaufmann's great Medical Work, 100 pages, elegant, colored plates.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

—Agent—"Have you a burglar alarm in your housevmadame!"' Lady of the house—"Well, we did have Inst week. A burglar came into the house Tuesday night and fell over a stack of milk pans. Talk about your alarms '. You ought to have'heard that.

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... Against ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

... Against ... -.yewua Hall was cgewdsd -Mt Saa-ny M-tog, the occasion being a ck_-mmT meeting, to -remonstrate against the frisk Coercion Bill. Bey. William Orr, pastor of St. Paul's Church, Mt Auburn street, presided and made the "*•■*-v-*-*. address. He said in his remark-, t_a* the priests and people of Ireland were united in their sympathy with the wrongs of Ireland, Catholics, Presbyterians, Baptists, Unitarians and Universalis— alike are bound together by this onion. If we keep within the law every clergyman of ewrjr denomination will aid the oppressed in their laudible efforts to right their wrongs. The reverend gentleman closed his remarks by paying a stirring tribute to Gov. Ames, for bis sympathy for the cause. Col, T. W. Higginson was next introduced, and when the applause that greeted his name had ceased be spoke as follows: -'Notwithstanding that I have never before addressed an audience of this character. I am in hearty sympathy with the. cause. One of my reasons let...

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Dana Park. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

Dana Park. In view of the facts in the cafe, it is a. shanie that the city authorities continue to permit the square in Ward Four, known as Dana square, bounded by Magazine, Lake, Lawrence and Niagara streets, and near the Willard schoolhouse, to exist in a slovenly and unattractive condition. It is unnecessary to refer to the legal conditions under which this area of land was accepted by the city; but it is sufficient to say that not only the spirit but the letter of those conditions has been and they still are l grossly violated in many respects. It is the hounden duty, to say nothing of the spirit of local pride, of the • authorities to preserve and maintain what is known as Dana Park, as a park, in the esthetic sense of the term. The generous and enterprising citizen who donated the land had every reason to believe, at the time.that the "city fathers"' would properly enclose it, lay out spacious walks, sod it and keep it in a respectable condition at least. But to-day it is used...

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May Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

May Festival. The annual May party of the First Uuiversalist Sunday School took place iv Union Hall on Monday evening. The affair like all others of its kind presented by the First Uuiversalists was not only a success in the character of the programme offered, but quite satisfactory in the vast audience which gathered to witness the performances. A grand march by the children to the music of J. Howard Richardson's Orchestra, opened the proceedings of the evening. Following came the May Queen and floral march which was executed in a pleasing manner and with exactness of movement representing careful training and instruction on the part of the ladies having this matter in charge. Sixteen lads and lassies then illustrated their expertness in performing the difficult Maypole dance. These youthful devotees of Terpsichore were eutirely successful in their graceful evolutions, not an error appearing to mar tte beauty of the intr*> cate dance. The feature of the entertainment was...

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... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

... Sa-Md-gr. *""* **»■■» _P"» »■■»> •_•», started. ■ M »*»»»W —A araetiee gnaw ad laansaak tott haplayed between toe ■araa-Nft totoa-to-l-tfca Cambridge wators an Jar*— ■__* t*_t afternoon at a o'clock. —Frederick Schotelset et al. has* aatd to James Cnlhaae. for tlSOft, toad _i -told ings on east side ot F«-rtha_*-et,9Wt—M-, —Thomas Stevenaoa has aatd to Clan B. McFaU, for land aad li-H__i*.i on east side of Fourth street —The Loyal Temperance Lagtoa which has met for two rears la th* vestry ot Wood Memorial Church will meat this afternoon at 3 o'clock, in the Mason aehoolbouse, Front street. - - —Last Monday one hundred aad fiftydog licenses were issued hy the city. Assistant City Clark Brando* Infants as tbat this is the largest number of licenses ever delivered In a single day at City Hall. —TlMold firm of George H. Peters* Co., of which Hon. J. M. W. Hall,was a member has been dissolved tiy limitation. The new firm of Well-tan, Hall A Co. succeed to the general whol...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

—The body is more susceptible to benefit from ■ Hood's Sarsaparilla "now than at any other aeason. Therefore, take It now. —"Ye*," aaid Fogg, as a ■raeeess I have ahwajr* been a failure, but as a failure I have been ao unqualified success."' —Ayer's Pills are the best cathartic for correcting irregularities of the stomach and bowel*. Gentle, yet thorough in their action, they core constipation, stimulate the appetite and digestive organs, and strengthen the system.

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

I_-_a___7 CHEW 9^_^ wa - nt the Specially \ CHEWINQ TOBACCO _G Ih* cheapest old Honesty contains to ber cent more Tbtac-o than Buy other brand of Jimitar qua* ity.ltiis tobacco it for enkwu*} m£/ Ondngtfa. LAWN MOWERS, PHILADELPHIA OONTINBNTAL, BOSTON. LAWN GRASS SEED. LAWN FERTILISER. ,:- BUIIDITT Ac WHITE'S, OamLAL SQUASE, OAMBEIDGEPOET. •WAjLiILi EA-_S_^ Picture Mouldings and Friezes. (HOUSE PAINTING. IMIHBC, IAUOHSIII., WMTBSEfG. PAPER HAMITO. .. -, yyj.'lfet:. A: jr?_p. t_h-4_y_e_e*. Ac 00. »__T MAST QF CITY HALL. _?. O. _Lf_T__T, Watchmakur and Mamrfaohtring Jeweler 613 MAIN STREET, Cambridgeport. OVER POST OFFICE. WATC_I__S, FIHTCH & AMERICAN CLOCKS, JEWELRY' AND OPTICAL GOODS Repaired in the Best Possible Manner. After years of experience in Manufacturing and Repairing, I am prepared to give entire tatiafaction. Kf-t-Opea Evenings. Clocks called for and delivered. WA _B_r__-*i _T 3*»-331 NORTH AVEHFB, _*T _% __> TCBI* ■ —aa __FWJ__,a NORTH CAMBRIDGE. J...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

>f bools —ffiusiral. ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - MASS. FOR BOARDERS AID DAY PUPILS, REOPEKED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and farther information address. MOTHER BUPKBIOB. Mt. St. Joskpb's Acadk-t ARCHIBALD J. HO.GHTON, CrtMeaUd B*n. Div. Trinity College, London; San. Div. lit Class Honor* Musical InUrnational Collet.. London: .Uo Society of Art., London, two diplomas, ant other _stl_~ni*l* I* open to receive PUPILS POB PIANO AND THEORY. Apply by letter, Archibald J. Houghton. 109 Ml. Vernon St., »p3O Boston. l'.'w C. M. CLARK, Teacher of the Pianoforte. TKBll* tH.OO. LESSONS GIVES IN THE EVENING. * Ho- 36 Market Street, OambridgeportANNA M. MoAVOYr TEACHEK OF THE _PI _■■__ T9 O_F O-Et T JE 71 Oonoord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN IH___WK__-", TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE ha* resumed her Instructions sine* Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Cambridgeport. Coal anb fiHooi. Coleman Brothers, DKAl—B* IX o-o___.r_Ac WOOD HAY and GRAMA. LACKAWANNA. SHAMOKIN, and LYKENS VALLEY FRANKLIN COAL...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

SHIRT AGENCY. I / '''■ I TH * CKI.KBBATKD \L j "EIGHMIE" Mi |f PATENT DRESS SHIRT. I \Q- i . • Jljjf Thi. Shirt Is guaranteed to St aad set better than any Shirt Mad. to \ ; ™/ Order. Every panoa know* that the let of tbe bomni and ne«k-band -a V" Of th. principal part of a .hlrt. The " Eigbm-e" Patent Shirt U mad. only \« ._/ from th. be-st mat-rial, for _rat-da** trad.. Th. buk-m can be worn a ;IJI week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. a ! J? Price, Vnlanndered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \ / / Th. "Elghmi." _*-Enforc«d Leader Shirt made from Wammtta His- \ t II Iln, 1900 Linen bosom. Y\ / / Price, U_la__dered, 76c.j Laundered, $1.00 Each. \ / -OB SALE ONLY BY JOHI4T m. JORDAN, COUBT BTRKKT.KPP. Sml-nry, BOSTON. F , _a^__l\ T _E_: MCoHU-Gm. MARBLE AND GRAMTE WORKER. Monuments. Headstone*. Tablets', etc. etc. Work of every description a specialty. "" " No. 4.t MAIN STREET, - - , CAMRRJDGEPORT. ■nyT—3m Next door to th. Transter Station, nfasMVcvt Boston Br...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of.-.: . Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886 ? . " ,t Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand-why.-'* ''..""''". • .__- •-- W." *

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

Now, Cambridge being tor at least tbe current year, a strictly temperance city— intoxicating drink* of all sorts more or leas inaccessible—let us proceed to inaugurate one more Important reform: let tbe lMews?k|, and «treet-corners be purged of the knots of loafers that infest them, especially perhaps Sunday evenings, renderlag certain parts of Main street extremely unpleasant for ladies, who are frequently compelled, as matters are now, to run the gauntlet of from ten to twenty impudent boys aad half-grown men. It is quite time this abominable nuisance was abated, by psßoa'tnterTsatloa or otherwise. How many trees were set out in Cambridge oa Arbor Day, and where were they planted? For aught we know, a full third of oar citizens were thus laudably engaged oa Satdrday last, but we did not happen to witness any of tbeir beneficial labors in this direction. Possibly this was by reason ot oar own industry in tbe same praiseworthy eaaae. As a rule, it would seem that the ertie authoriti...

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Retrogression. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887

Retrogression. Al lb* recant convention of school teachers, Mr. Thomas W. Davis, master of the Putnam Grammar School, in East CambrWge, openly advocated, under certain ciw-msta_ces, the generally contemned aad repudiated resort to corporal punisbinat We believe tbe Idea of this gentleman was tbat only under peculiar and aggravated conditions should a pupil be finally expelled from a public school, and that after temporary suspension has proved anavailiag, tbe teacher should be permitted to apply tbe fine old physical discipline of ferule, rattan, or cowhide, as his personal taste In Instruments ot flagellation may dictate. We do not know to what extent his aaA-aoe of practical educators agreed with thin representative of a barbarous past in -be at—"j of our schools, but it is certain (hat tbe beat teachers in tbe assembly—the ■ea aad women whose success as instructors to tbe most marked and enviable— would eatirely agree with the respected and beloved former master of one of our gra...

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