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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 7. I JAMES COX, 1 i Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS., MAY 14. 1887. J Terms, In advance, I I SS.OO per annum. &lt; PRICE FIVE CENTS. f|lk pe«Mt $$t gambrifcge facts* SATURDAY. MAT 14. 1887. ADVKBTIBING RATES. ■aeh Square, (one Inch.) Ist time $1.00 " each subsequent Insertion J5O ■All advertisements will be charged at tb. foregoing rates, except when special contracts are Bade.
BREAD AND HONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
BREAD AND HONEY. When the Armstrong's rode over to Bolton this afternoon, and left Alice alone in the house, they had no idea that there could he any danger for her. Alice was their little only daughter, and, rather than not leave her in perfect safety, they would have stayed away from Bolton forever. To be sure the house was a good half mile away from any other house, and was a very nice one of its kind. It was large and well kep , with a broad piazza all around it, and two bay windows, and had a general air of prosperity. Any one see ing the house here on this country road, where nice houses are not plentiful wonld have thought that well-to-do people lived in it, and was probably well furnished with nice things. However, no one so far had thought so, to the detriment of either house or people. Tramps and burglars were seldom heard of in this peaceful part of the country, and the Armstrongs had lived here tw«nty-flve years and never once been molested. So they never thought of such...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Mayor Eussell was a guest of Mayor O'Brien of Boston, at the breakfast reception tendered' by the city, at the Parker House, to Queen Kapiolani of Hawaii and her retinue. —Mr. L. B. Greenwood of Boston University has been engaged to sing at the series of the Young Men's Christian Association, Sunday afternoons. —The many friends in this city of the successful young physician, Dr. Frank W. Walsh of Boston will be glad to know that he has removed from Harrison avenue to the office formerly occupied by Dr. Thayer at No. 249 Tremont street, that city. The Cambridge patrons of Dr. Walsh will find that he is now conveniently located near the terminus of the Park square line of horse cars. —Mr. George Kiddle, in a recent public letter, explaining his reason for writing the same says, "I am not impelled to make this statement on account of the amount of censure I have received but simply to satisfy my own sense of what is proper and titling and to lay my service freely a...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
—The body is more susceptible to benefit from Hood's Sarsaparilla now than at any other season. Therefore, take it now. ■&gt; —Stiggings married his type-writing girl. Before they were married he was iv the habit of dictating to her, but after marriage she dictated to him. —Many ladies admire gray hair—on some other person—but few care to try its effects on their own charms. They need not. since Ayer's Hair Vigor restores gray hair to its original color. Sold by druggists and perfumers.
The Institute Basar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
The Institute Basar. The bazar in aid of tbe building fund of the St. John's Literary Institute, closed early this week and the result of the undertaking law) been quite satisfactory. Although it la not aa yet known bow much money has been raited by the project, undoubtedly a handsome sum has been realized. The ladies who bad charge of the different booths worked with much zeal and to their untiring efforts in no small measure la due the success of the affair. President Har&gt; rlngton has proved himself to be a moat energetic worker and "the right man in tbe right place." The following is tbe result of the investment* at the recent bazar of the St. John's Literary Institute: Lemonade set, James Shea: pair California blanketi, Norah Qutnlan; bouquet, Thomas Harrington; hassock, Katie O'Brien; meerschaum pipe, W. J. McCarron; barrel of apples, D. X. Murphy; lamp mat, John Byan; album, Daniel Conner.; rug, May Sullivan: bouquet, E. Newman; lamp ■hade, Nellie Murray; set of hor...
Is It "Retrogression?" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Is It "Retrogression?" To Editor Cambridge Prett: — Dear Sir:—My attention has been called to an editorial in your issue of May 7, beaded "Retrogression." Will you kindly allow me to say that it is evident that the writer of this article did not hear the reading of the paper referred to. If he had, he very likely would not have agreed with me in all my conclusions, but he certainly would have hesitated before styling me a "representative of a barbarous past," or saying that my idea was that "the teacher should lie permitted to apply the fine old physical discipline of ferule, rattan or cowhide, as his personal taste in instruments of flagellation may dictate." At the proper time and place I am ready, if called upon, to maintain the soundness of the views I actually expressed, but I respectfully submit to you and your readers that a carefully prepared essay, occupying half an hour in delivery, ran hardly be compressed Into half a dozen newspaper lines, and then be made the ground of ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
—It comes pretty near being a model establishment where you can furnish a house comEletely from cellar to garret from the stock on and,'and wheu you learn that in carpets alone they have a stork valued at over $100,000, its magnitude becomes more apparent. 80 when such a firm advertises goods at phenominallr low prices, or offers inducei lents much beyond those regularly made, you &gt;»a easily perceive that they are"amply aide tt do just as they promise, an J where a smaller firm would loose* money by it. they would make a fair living profit on tbe transaction. For example, take the firm of B. A. Atkinson &amp; Co. Read their announcement in another column.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
J-ookOutw-dHj: /S,. and. Thefoflowiiifc Stam/i on every l£j If &gt;v plqo of Ir.e y^O^ dtO. dm. m\\\^ mm Tmm m W^r^ m^mt^m^t mmm md\T^ m m\ TW 20 11311 iw/ mWAm I -wßiiMi chewin&lt; * I \ \\mmf\mmm\ m\mhZ£mm\ TOBACCO more Ifl I• ■ f rom ' foLaCCO I ntnanwßsi.nwSH I than any otfier 'j!§ 1 11 I tt\ f.i I chew in 6 Iblu6of rnXWi Ifswa"!! a ■ fc fX"* i Jg% Wm% Wko only • I ItnaMantTanl , h . Similar hof otttYCgOod CHEWINQ tobacco cannotVL 0 :^ ittx / te pood for SMOKINQ. \fisK «rOLI) HON E STY'.,sold b Y your *dler. \ft / JOHN LcUISVILU.Ky\ » _ r GALVERNIZED WIRE NETTING FOR VINES, ALL WIDTHS. FROM IS to V&gt; INCHES. IN STOCK. | BRASS RODS FOR SASH CURTAINS BUJIDITT Ac WHITE'S, OEHTEAL BQUABE, ----- CAMBBIDGEPORT. "W-A-XiXj PAPERS Picture Mouldings and Friezes. HOUSE PAINT INC, FRESCOING, K\LSOMIM\(,. WMTEMJG, PAPER HWGIXG. Ceilings. Cornice*, and Wood Work Tinted to Match Hangings. j. h:. aSc j. t\ thayer Ac 00. NEXT EAST OF CITY BALL. IF. O. X/3TO2ST, Watchmak...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
jStbools—fflrwixal. MT. iTrjOSEWS ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, ... MASS. TOE BOAEDEES AND DAY PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September (ith. For prospectus aud further Information address. MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ARCHIBALD J. HOIGHTOK, Certificated Sen. Dlv. Trinity College, London; Sen. Uiv. Ist CIaVM Honor* Musical International College, London; al**) Society of Arte, London, two diploma*, ami other teaUmonlals li open to recelre PUPILS FOR PIANO AND THEORYApply by letter. Archibald J. Houghton, 102 Mt. Vernon St., SU.TO Boston. 12w C. M. CLARK, Teacher of the Pianoforte. THRU SSi.OO. LESSONS GIVEN' lif THE EVENING. Ho- 36 Market Street, CambridgeportANNA M. McAVOY. TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OP PIANOFORTE has resumed her Instruction.* since Oct. 1, No. 6J3 MAIN St., Cambridgeport. 1 p* . _ . _ — &lt;&amp;oal anb S&amp;oob. Coleman Brothers. DEALERS DC COALAc WOOD IJM I' ana t*Kolla\. LACKAWANNA,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
SHIRT AGENCY. / S 1 THE CELEBRATED L \ "EIGHMIE" § || PATENT DRESS SHIRT. \0- '■ . \ %? This Shirt Is guaranteed to tit and sat better than any Shirt Mad. to \ ; 17/ Order. Every person knows that the set of the bne»m and neck-band is B3 O/ th. principal part of a .hlrt. The " Elghmi." Patent Shin is made only \-5 &gt; jfr,] from the bMt material, for first-class trade. The bo..im can be worn a v£ Kj week without a breaker wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear tbe Shirt. k . ffl Price, rnlanislered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \ ■ /* / *^ \ I / / The "Elghmie" Hi-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wamsutta Mv»I II Ho, 1900 Linen boson,; V&gt; ' / Price, TJnlanidered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. J*r j FOE SALE ONLI BY Infringements, us. none unles, JOHifp IYI. JO RD A.Nm 98 COUBT STfUET. opp. Bu&lt;lbnry, BOSTOW. mchugh, MARBLE AND 6IMITE WORKER. Monuments, Headstones. Tablets, etc, &lt;.&lt;:. Cemetery Work of every description a specialty. J No. 43 MAIN ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Jfor t(je £a&amp;n)s. New Millmeryl Ladies desiring a GENUINE BARGAIN RICH MILLINERY GOODS, Will Jo well tv call early. We have MARKED DOWN TO HALF PRICE —ALL TOE— IMPORTED BONNETS anil HATS Shown at our late opening. A* we carry a large slock anil are constantly recelvln lJJ» latest Importations, we are compelled to iiafllnie on the above goods. l?"e are now making upa beautiful assoitment of Dress Hats &amp; Bonnets At $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 each. rMOUHNINCJ DEPARTMENT Is now complete. IHE BOUQUET jMILLINERY STORE, 111 Tremont Street, Boston. apr23—tf v OPENING IN MILLINERY, THIS WEEK. All the latest styles to be found at MME. LA BREQUE'S, 647 Main St., Cambridgeport, Nearly op|&gt;osite City Hall. Ladies call ami examine imr Mock before going to Boston. We inu suit .ml sell at BOSTON PRICES. NEW INVOICES IN Floe Millinery Goods ALWAYS IN STOCK. A l.rsje assortment o Trimmed Bonels &amp; Round Hats. Children's Hats a Specialty. .styles and Price, to...
School Committee's Report for 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
School Committee's Report for 1886. The annual reports of the school-board and of the Superintendent of Schools, are, as usual, documents of much importance to parents aud to Ihe tax-paying public In general. The committee's report begins with the statement that "$178,900, has been expended the past year In the maintenance of the public schools." A large amount of money ; and. as the report goes on to say : •■'he people have a right to know how it is expended and what results are secured by the expenditure." The document proceeds in the usual way to furnish a clear and succinct account of the school work ot 188H, and its practical results. Considerable space is properly devoted to remarks suggested by the resignations of ihe veteran teachers, Mr. Daniel Mansfield of the Washington Grammar, and Miss Mary F. Peirce of the High School. The letters of nsignation and the committee's resolutions thereon are given in full. We need only say that we entirely agree with the committee in Us ex...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
" Representative Perkins took a prominent part in opposition to tlie lUverlv hill, enacted in tbe Legislature ou Thursday. Rifbt jrou are. Hon. Henry Williams, who died recently iin Taunton ar a great age. obtained the name of No-Meat-WiPiams from his opponents while in Congress, at the time of the Whig cry of "two dollars a day and roast beef," as the result of a high tariff, for workingruen, Mr. Williams, in a speech against high prices contending that there was no necessity that woikingmen should have so much meat. In our paragraph last week in reference to the remarks of Mr. T. W. Davis, at the recent teacher's convention, we hid no purpose of personal reflection on the character of that gentleman or any action of bis as master of one of onr grammar schools: we simply took exceptions to his views on the general subject of corporal punishment in which system of school government we entirely disbelieve. We are very sorry if we have done any injustice to the excellent principal ,of...
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. The effort of the committee ou assessors department to change the present mode of electing Assistant Assessors by taking the matter out of the hands of the people and placing it in the power of the Principal Assessors to nominate their Assistants has been defeated. Alderman Ilolton advocated the measure strongly on In-half of his committee, but be Was out-voted because of the sentiment that the people should continue to elect their Assessors a- a whole. The division of opinion upon the continuance of a high rate of interest on unpaid taxes was manifested in the Hoard of Alderman, on Wednesday evening, by a close vote of ."&gt; to 4. The popular branch started the proposition to continue the rate of interest at T per cent., which has heretofore been passed upon annually by the adoption of an order living Ihe rate. Early iv the year the discount on taxes, if paid before I let. In. was reduced from four to three per cent., hut the committee on finance recommend...
Declared Unconstitutional. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Declared Unconstitutional. ThefwMbeach of the Supreme Court, in an opinion by Judge Isevens, ha.- pronounced unconstitutional the seventh section of chapter :U*i. acts of IHSo. which enacts that "no person hereafter naturalised in any court shall he entitled to Ik- registered as a voter vv ithiullodays of such naturalization." The Judge reviews the authorities in point, and continue-: "No argument in favor of the constitutionality of the section can be founded upon any |s-culiarity in the situation of naturalized citizens which renders an iuquiry in regard to their qualifications different from similar inquiries when applied to ail other citizen-, and the regulation which it assumes to make is partial, and calculated iniuriously to re-train and impede in the exercise of their rights the ciaM to whom it applies." This decision wn* made in the ca-e of Patrick Kinneen v..lame- ||. Wells it al.. which was an action of tort against the Begi-trar- of Voterof this city to recover damages f...
Franklin Typographical Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Franklin Typographical Association. At the monthly meeting of the r'ranklin Typographical Society on Saturday evening an invitation was received from the Typographical Cniou to hold their meting in tin- I'nion"- spurious hall. ju«t leased in Kvanklin -tree;, and the matter of a change of unaililn wa- referred t" a committee for coii-idcration. The chairman of the library committee presented a tineU arranged and hand-onielv printed catalogue of the hook- in flic lihrarv. troui the pre-- of Onuu. Curtis \- Co. The catalogue wa- made bj Miss (ireeii of the 80-ton Albcun-um. under the direction of the library committee, and i- a line specimen of work. A prupaeltlon to change the evening of meeting from Saturday to \\ .d--neeehrj erThurssfan wa- brought up for eonslderation. and laid over to th.-next an.linj; The projMj-itioti is a good otic, and we ho;*- it will Is- adopted.
A Popular Landlord. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
A Popular Landlord. Mr. Solomon Isaac*, proprietor of the Brattle -quare Hotel.w a- granted an innhol.l.-r'- license on Wcdnesihy evening, aud mi the same evening Mr. 1-aacs wa- granted a -imilar licrn-c for ttn-(,rand Vi.-w Hotel. Itev.-rc. which carries with it the right to di-|»-u-e liquor-t&lt;&gt; gue-t-. Mr. Isaacs is on.- of uur law alibiing eiti/.-n-. as is evidence.) by the con-id.-ration -bow n liiui by our Board of Aldermen ami by tie- seleciun v of Revere, who know him to be a -uitahle person to carry on tin- iiinhold.-r-' bu-ine—. of .-oiir-e. it inusf be i.ndcr-tood that no priviige igranted to sell intoxicating liquors in the Brnttle square Hold, which will Ih- carried on und. r strictly swaaperaace principle-.
Birthday Greeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Birthday Greeting. A delightful little lunch party uraagiveaen Wednesday evening to Mi-- l.illie &gt;ha!V.-r. hy her aunt. Mr-. Horace Scales- :-: Mai k.i -t r--.-t. on the occasion of her eleventh birthday. Music and game*, witii suitable presents, added interest, while the carefully prepared hue h was duly appreciated. Pleasant milestone;, on life . joario-v Greet them gaily as lliey coiia-; Let n. t one te 1.-.i „r missing Till earth*. Inrtii.lavs all at.* done.