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NEW YORK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
NEW YORK NOTES. "The Girl's Camera Club" had a charming day at Central Park last week, where the "Girls" either caught views from the mpving humanity around there, or took a series of light "exposures" from studies of subjects agreed upon beforehand, to be submitted in competition for the honors of the day. One fair artist would slyly watch a pair of lovers, and catch their beatified look, while another would seize as subject a roly-poly baby seated on the grass. An elephant was called upon to pose in the neighborhood of the menagerie, while the bears and eagles gave infinite variety, with the groups of pretty girls very willing to have their charms photographed, or a "dude," unconsciously was transfixed in all his dandyism and display. In short, the spirit of fun aud mischief found vent and enjoyment in all their artistic work. After the judging of the poodles at the dog-show, several of the pug enthusiasts got together and decided to form a "Pug i) og n u b" after ihe highest Engl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
I I asssssf asasaM al asL_sssssssssssssssß ' ssssssV^H WThe Greatest Blood Purifier/Q ■ KNOWN. # Ml I This Great German Medicine la the#L II ■ cheapestand best. Moiloae.of .sI"L-# w I ■ PHI KBlTTEKSffr»loo,le.sll,..n# «7 f| ■ one cent a doae. It will cure the# JsT 111 m worst cases of skin dl»ea«e p from# ■*■ Sn Ha common pimple on the fatxW f U ■to that awful disease Scrofula.# «* It ID SULPHUR BITTERS la the# ,9 II ■ best medicine to use In al)# S 111 ■ esses of such stubborn an(l#\-„„ r ~-,,, IB |no| P eve?2ie &lt;IIM " c '- I^C f *Ss™V'™e ■ BLUE PILLS /"i"i n i'Mi"KQ ormercurT,tbeyaredea«!# BlTTK, , £ '',- ''■ ly. Placelyou/ trust ln#y°" * Tr **&lt; Jg 111 SULPHUR BITTER*, # m J t^ 6 wh " a' l * M islfs? ?y, Bitters ill UyosrTasgas QnttiW ' JS srlth a yellow Micky #Dont wait until yontJ substance? l.yoiuaf/are unable to walk, or HI breath foul andJfare flat on your l&gt;nck,M offenslTei* Youriwbut get some at once, It 111 stomach Is out#will cure you. Sul...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
BAILEY &amp;&gt;RAHEIN Successors: to CHIPMAN'S SONS &amp; CO. This is not an instalment store, . ■ but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but Carpets of all Kinds, ■1 Mats, Rugs, Etc., But we will sell to reliable parties. \ sjfj Carpets at the Lowest Cash i Prices, by paying a part down. ■ and the balance by the week or month. All of the instalment, stores charge 20 to 2."&gt; per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods to all at the same price. This is the only Exclusive Oarpet Store fa Boston that has ever made this oiler. Oor. Court and Hanover Streets, BOSTON. Mind Over Matter! MEB- DE. £. J. ANDEESON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport. MassAnother Severe Case of Erysipelas Cured. 1 wa* sorely afflicted with the won't tyjie of Erpsipelas in my face, which was so badiy dis.nj(ured and swollen that I was obliged t&gt;&gt; keep it heavily veiled, A part of the time 1 wan con lined to my room b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
ISnairuas (Jarbs. W. A. CURRIE.D.D.S., (Surgeon Dentist.) Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. 1 i At BohCou Dental College Friday AfteriKHinti. ; William" milugan, - *i * [[Surgeon X&gt;eiitis.t, i 613 Main St., Boom 1, Central Square, I CAMBRIDGEPOKT. • I Residence, —No. is Fayette Street. P. ALLEX UHNIY, Deputy Sheriff of Middlesex County, CAMBKIIHiEPOItT. MASS. Offics: No. 613 Main St. Telephone 7.143. Boston ortice: 23 Court Street, dtooiu 11.1 BITLER, lAII &amp; DICRSOC ■ -Attorneys and Connseliors at Law, I 34 SCHOOL STEEET, BOSTON, ' ' K-von.n M ;mil 33 Saving* Bank Building. J l J. H. Butler. J— I&gt;ana. \Y .Ilium DkkHon H. MARTIN. Attorney &amp; Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, mhl CAMBRIDOEI'ORT. tl EICsSARDSOiS k BALK, Attorneys &amp;. Counsellors at Law Rooms 39 and 40 Rogers Building, '209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. B. RICHARDSON. E. R. HALF *,• Mr. Hale's refMenc« in ;WT HarraM ctreet I (Jam bridge, if. C. F. APPLETON, Gent...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
ijlumhina. anb (fas fitting LEVI HAWKES &amp; CO P*l omber s, &amp;Hiiitui-y Work a. Specialty 599 MAIN ST., CambridgeportLKTI HAWKES. JOSS CRAWroKD JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBER &amp; GAS FITTER, IMf (AM llltl IMiK STKKKT, KAKI' I.'AMIIKIIMIK. ilie.idet.ee, Xu. Wl Gore Street.) All arista by mall or otherwise promptly attended tn. , rataolL-.b.*&lt;t. bestt-ku.jwn &gt;ursirie« i-Jthe cuon-l try. H .-1 liberal terms. faeilitiea,! ST. GEORGE'S HALL, ♦ tO'} VA,N ■*■*■*. »• Ist far ltaas«L KnterJ\t*t tulnments, l.sine nieetinj;., etc. Knmiire of CUIUS Atkins, 4.Vii, Mai„ street, or no (pton Street, (;&gt;in]bri.i»&lt;ep..rt. IsTniTTTIT'" '"' ""' , ' • ''"' " l1, '"" 1 &gt;»' 1 issata flfl I I 111 L V 'I' "* "" """stMs. torn trea. mm111 I1 IU P 1 "'"""" -•"■" Jala, and Importance ill 1111 ll I T" * r~nls iiailnim riKht »»»&gt; Una aaTtktna HaclatMawMM. A.tom can da the w.iri. sn.l live al I a, Killi.-r ««•* : all lute.. Boa...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
insurant*. 11. BIRD &amp; CO., Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STREET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest onsets of any Company in the United States London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. [JjgfSeveral other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887. ' M The Old and Reliable in. \ snrante Agency." jW.B. Hastings &amp; Co. tamce Apts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. So. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston |7"Office hoars in Boston from 1 to 3 P. M. URDKRB SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Loties promptly adjusted at heretofore w. b. iiahmnoh. r. w. Hastings.. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCllltli, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, lxvie. St'HPI.l'S JANUARY 1, IW7, 5476.036.16. liivi.leuda on 5 year Policies, 70 per cent. Dividend, on-all others, 50 " J. S. BAWYEB, Agent for Cambridge. OFFICE, - 5.10 MAIN ST.. Cambridgeport Ofttre hou...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
Catarrh ely s ■ CREAM BALM mfrWSAM Cleanses the ■s^lSSQy^l Head - A ll a &gt;" s m f^^ C ° l Inflanim a t i on. Heals the Sores. ft*' / &lt;^i-r flfl Restores the ssT y eC^Jm* mOOMsr Senses of Ta ste, Smell, Hearing. "*M A &lt; l uick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 50 cents at Druggists; by mall, registered, fifl cents. Circulars free. KLY BROS., l)i ngKists, ow.go, X. Y. FURNACES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Repaired. -BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith and Sheet Iron Worker 21 CENTRAL SQUAEE, CAMBRIDGEPOKT. Cambridge Laundry. One of the oldest aim best Laundries practically at your own door. Send a postal and our drivers will call Mondays at any part of Cambridge, and deliver the goods Fridays. Holland Shades and Lace Curtains made a specialty. CAMBRIDGE LAVNDRY, Ntdfn tttrrei. Cambridgepor t. TTftTTcan live at home aud make more money at Villi wurk for »s. th»" at «n vihliif...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 14 May 1887
BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND; Carry under one roof, (the Great Nassau Hall Building; 897 WsshiagSsa St., ' Boston Mass.) each and every article that goes to furnish a weU-eqatpped bona.; Sold for CASS oron IXSTAL MEKTS. We, will Belt $ 100 Worth of Oood* for $10 Dotcn and $10 per Month, or $SO tcorth far $8 ttoim aad $S par Mont*. GOODS DELIVERED TREEtoall DEI'OTS in Me., X. H., Moat., M. J., tt Conn. | PARLOR FURNITURE. ■~.■-, WLM&amp; Kdl*aßnMß SaMTssnaw &amp;*'. •laW aaaaaaW aaV m BaaaWaaH ■ mm HPB hh E vSmHI Mm ■ II A beantlfnl am piece embossed plash PARLOR StITK. Compl.se In on. color or tat a combination of colors, only 545.00, also a full line of parlor suites, covered In all kind, of trooils at prices that will astonish you. "vTBITK for CATALOGUE and PRICE LISTS. CHAMBER FURNITURE At price, that are snre to move the goods In a hurry. "We are bonnd to LEAD' ! We hare a nill-slzed solid BLA...
Where the Rainbows Hide. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
Where the Rainbows Hide. In a small room under tbe eaves of a tall tenement house, where only stray gleams ot sunshine could steal in to brighten its bareness and poverty, two boys were eating their simple meal of bread and cheese, moistened with water from a tin cup. The eldest lad was about 14, strong and able-bodied, though his brown cheeks and slender hands looked as if bread and cheese were not the most nourishing food for a growing boy, having to earn his own living and that of a little brother. He looked at the little fellow as he put his last crumbs into his mouth, and the thought struck him that he was indeed a little fellow—stunted, pallid and hollow-eyed; and a sigh was smothered back as the poor boy felt the fear cotne upon him that maybe he would not be long in this big world. "You won't get lonely to-uay, will you, Xicco?" he asked, cheerily, as he put away plate and tin cup on a shelf in the corner. The wan face lit up wonderfully. "Not to-day!" he cried with a strang...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Ira Hill et. al., have sold to Oito Anderson, for $2875, land and buildings on Strawberry Hill. —James King has sold to Lemuel B. Spaulding, for $4000, land and buildings on Essex street. —John Pollier has sold to Anthony J. Rossi, for $3000, land on Columbia street, 5923 square feet. —Local Branch, No. 34, Order of the Iron Hall, initiated two new members at its meeting last Monday evening. Two hours were devoted to the -'Good of the Order." At the next meeting a collation will be served. —Clarkson. the pitcher for the Pi rtlands, and Clarkson who fills a similar position in the Chicago team, are both Cambridge boys, and are the sons of our old fr.end, Thomas G. Clarkson. —The annual meeting of the Evangelical Baptist Benevolent and Missionary Society was held in the Meionaon, Tremont Temple, Boston, on Tuesday. J. Warren Merrill, George W. Chipman, Chester W. Kingsley and Robert O. Fuller were elected on the board of directors, Joseph H. Converse, treasurer, an...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —In accordance with general orders, Co, B. will parade with the sth Bagliaeat oa Boston Common, on Wednesday next. At the close of the parade, the Company will dine at the Crelghton House. Capt. llendemon. In a circular to kit nimiiimart. requests a full attendaiioe of the awsta#aa» of the Company a* that ooomsion. —Daniel Flynn. employed by F. A. Kennedy Co., and reaidlag at M Prea* street, was seriously refered Saturday eveaing, while alighting from a hone ear at the corner of Columbia aad Main ttreeU. He waa assisted to hit home, aad a physician summoned, who discovered afxaoture in one of bit lets betides severe Internal injuries. —The National Lancers will eelebrala their Both anniversary on Tuesday, ftraw 14. An energetic committee baa aatrry completed all the arrangements nnnestaii to make this occasion eclipse all prsvleaa efforts of the kind. A large ailsgatlaa from military organizations will be inueaat. and participate In the festivities. —The Progressi...
Rough on Harvard. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
Rough on Harvard. Ben. Perley Poore In his remlaUoaocea in the Boston Budget, write*: "Gen. Botler is merciless when cross-examining witnesses. Once, on a trial ta MauachuaatU, at whh'h Prof. Horaford of Cambridge, a compeer of Dr. Webster, the emineot anatomist, was a witness, he naed the distinguished gentleman ao rae-g-bly In bit cross-examination that tbe eoe-rt Interfered, saying: 'Perhaps, Mr. Butler, you are rant aware who the witness is. It Is Prof. Horstord of Cambridge.' Whereupon tbe terrible advocate, fixing an eye upon each, replied: 'Oh, yes, your honor, I know, a Harvard professor; we hanged one of tbem a while ago.*"
Successful Lumber Business. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
Successful Lumber Business. We print elsewhere the business card of William H. Wood &amp; Co.. dealers in hjrrstber, lime, hair and cement. Tbe firm occupies the extensive wharf corner of Third nil eat and Broadway, which has been used for that ■postal business for more than half a century. The copartnership which is now composed of energetic young men, rank*high in tbe lumber trade and those who patronise it are always antattad with tbe character of good* delivered and the prices paid. Tbe Messrs. Wtlttam H. Wood and George A. Stuart who constitute the firm, are recognized for their fair dealing* aad hence secure a very large share of bulkier*' orders. The advertisement In another column deserihas some of tbe special lines of stock tbe ttm it ries, which should be read by tsssee aboeTt n&gt; build or wbo are intending to make aaMsttaM on their buildings.
New Publications. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
New Publications. Ticknor** Paper Series is a happy Was of tbe publishers, and will be very acceptable ta al readers during tbe summer that is now tp ties* upon us. It includes a number of th* Meat famous and successful of the novels of the pant flve years,—books Hke Quean, Tbe story of a Country Town, A Nameless Nobleman, aad The Story of Margaret Kent and others of equal value and merit; with these come brilliant new works like De Montauban's The Cruise of a WotnanHater, and the vivid and fascinating Ves-ettaa novel, The House of the Musician, by Virginia W. Townsend, whose The Neptune Van won such great praise a few yean aga. Bach a group of novels as these titles Indleate win be as refreshing ss a sea breeze In romrner. The retail price is fifty cents each volume, a remarkably low price for such handsomely printed and made up copyright books. The second nass-ber of the series is the famous and widely approved novel, "Guenn: a Wave on the Breton Coast,'' the chef cPamvre ot Blanc...
Be Your Own Doctor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
Be Your Own Doctor. It won't cost you one-half a* much. Do not delay. Sen.l three 8-cent stamp* for pottagt, and we will send yon Dr. Kufr*nuia**&gt;-great work, fine colored plates, from life, on disease, its causes and home cure. Address A. P. Ordway &amp; Co., Boston, Mas*.