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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
A Great Victory A Terrible Case of Scrofula Cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla " In the winter of 1879 I was attacked with Scrofula in one of the most aggravating forms. At one time I bad no less than thirteen large abscesses over and around my neck and tbroat, continually exuding an offensive mass of bloody matter disgusting to behold, and almost Intolerable to endure. It Is Impossible to fully describe my sufferings, as the case was complicated with Chronic Catarrh. After three years of misery, having been treated by three physicians, I was worse than ever. Finally, on the recommendation ot W. J. Huntley, druggist, of Lockport, I was induced to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. And now, after having taken twelve bottles, within the last twelve months, the scrofulous eruptions have entirely ceased, and tbe abscesses have all disappeared, except the unsightly scars, which are daily becoming' smaller by degrees, and beautifully less.' Ido not know what it may have done for others, but I do know tha...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
WINTER ST. -U. DUAI 1 HlUsllf 8, WINTER ST. Jan. 81. IMPOBTES, atAaTOACTDBEB AID MTAILIfR, ism. 81. Successor to C. I. CARTEK ft CO., 3S WINTER STREET, BOSTON. "The Last Straw Breaks the Camel's Back," and | our Tremendous Mark-down Breaks the Record FOR LOW PRICES. Our patrons are having It all their own way, for we have inch a Urge ttoek of Winter Garment, on hand that we must tell them at any price; even It we realize but half the actual cost they malt be converted to cash. Our stock la the most complete in the city, at all sis** can be fonnd at our retail .ton or manufactory. Come early in the week, and get the best bargains. By purchasing garment, at out retail store at prices we offer them at, for next season's wear, you can uv. money. Remember our prices defy competition. We can give you bargains in SEAL PLUSH SACQUES for $45.00, Which cost $G5.00, and are tbe finest made. An excellent one for $25.00; worth 833.00. WRAPS. JACKETS. PLUSH, Pur Trimmed, made in height A splendid...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. The ... Elevated. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. The ... Elevated. The Cltjr Geveratnent, Middlesex County Com- ■ ls.ios.au, aad a large number of ciU'wrrn, upon invitation ef the Meigs Elevated Railroad Conetiaclksa Company, visited the works of the comnttay ia this Ward Monday afternoon, to witness Ike wocki.g ef the ty item nnder the Meigt patent. A section of roadway had been constructed with steep grades aad sharp curves, and upon it wat pie eitl the steam engine, tender and passenger ear.. Tbe eagiae weigh. 36 tons. The tender carrie. two water tanks capable of holding about UOO gallons of water, coesmodioni coal bins, and a boiler to make steam for beating the train. The ear it a little more tban 51 feet long and weight 34,000 pounds, it being from 8,000 to 14,000 pounds lighter than an ordinary car of its length. It en teat 72 pateengers easily and 84 with but little inconvenience. The experimenti Monday afternoon gave ample evidence of Ihe capacity of the engine and train lo Uateise high grades and luccett...
NOTES AROUND TOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWS. —"Uncle Tern's Cabin" at Union Hall this afternoon and evening. —There will be aa exciting polo coolest at the Prospect Skating Academy on Tuesday evening. There will undoubtedly be s large attendance, as polo has not been played mncb of late in this ciiy. —Mr. Walter H. Harding, Water Registrar, has been elected Clerk of tbe Water Board. Congratulations are reaching him upon thit and another happy ev*nt, all of which he deserves. —Pretident Corcoran has appointed William Lochlio, lately connected with tbe City Messenger's office, at Page to tbe Council. —The French Spoliation Claims are now being prosecuted betore the Court of Claims in Washington. Attorney William Dickson of this city, of the legal firm of Butler, Dan. cV Dickson, Boiton, hss recently been before the court presenting claims successfully for clients in New Hampshire. Maine aad Massachusetts, including residents of Cambridge and Gloucester. —Charles Lawrence et al bave told to Julia A. Flynn, for ...
Uncle Tom's Cabin. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Uncle Tom's Cabin. The residents, young and old, of this city will hsv* an opportunity to witneti th* famous play, "Unci* Tom'l Cabin," as h will be produced this afternoon and evening in Union Hall by the Ideal Uncle Tom't Cabin Co. The Ardiae SUtera, in tbeir specialties, are sure to prove a great attraction. The management propose to give .way oa* hundred elegant presents to the children attending the matinee.
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Serious Charge Against Police Officers. Recent Deaths. Entertainment and Dance. Local Branch, No. 34. Fraternal Visit. Temple of Honor. A Pleasant Occasion. Interesting to Ladies. Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Serious Charge Against Police Officers. Recent Deaths. Entertainment and Dance. Local Branch, No. 34. Fraternal Visit. Temple of Honor. A Pleasant Occasion. Interesting to Ladies. Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. Sunday Services. —Mr. Benjamin F. Hunt, Jr., tailed for Europe last Saturday ou a business trip. —The G. P. Society will ia all probability give an entertainment shortly, at the member! ire much encouraged at the tuccess of their recent muticale. —Mr. Charles Sesgrave intends shortly to build a bouse on tbe Mason land, off Raymond ttreet. —Mr. Walter Cbildt, formerly of Worcester, has moved into tbe house recently occupied by tbe late Rev. E. C. Towne, on Linnssan ttreet. —A pleasant room may be obtained at No. 7 Orchard ttreet. —Rev. C. W. Biddle of tbe Third Universalis! Church and Rev. W. A. Start, also or thit Wtrd, took part in the proceeding, of tbe Sunday School Union of tbe Universalis! denomination beld in tbe Sbawmut Avenue Univeraalist Ch...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Married. DAVIS—COLBY—In this city, 23d iltlt., by Key. \V. H. Thomas, Mr. Martin V. Davis to Mrt. Alice M. Colby, both of this city. FITZGERALD-SHEA-In Ihls city, 26th tnit., by Rev. J. F. Muudy, Mr. William F. Fitzgerald to Miss Anaatasia T. Shea, both of thla city. HITCHCOCK—HANKS-In this city, lath inrt., erf ltev. Alexander McKenzle, D.1)., Mr. Samuel M. Hitchcock of New York to Mitt Caroline W. Hjinkt of this city. McLEAN— MCDONALD—In Ihls city. 20th In.t.. by Key. John J. Griffin, Mr. Daniel McLean of New. ton to Miss Charlotte McDonald of this city. LIENHARD— DOHERTY-In Bo»ton. 25th intl., by Her. William J. Scanlon. 8.J., Mr. William E. Lienhard of this city to Misa Mary J. Doherty of Ho. ton. SULLIVAN—SHEEHAN-In this city, 2Stli Inst., by Key. John .1. Griffin, Mr. Jeremiah Sullivan to Mis. Hannah Sheehan, both of tbit city. TIPPING—WASSON-In Beaton, 25th Inst., by Rev. George J. Pretcott, Mr. diaries H. Tipping to Miss Matilda Wamou, both of this city. TURNBULL—DAKINS—In t...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Died. CRUIKSHANK-In this city, 21st Inst., Janet, wife of George Crulkahank, 54 years, 4 months. CLAY—23d lust., Catherine, daughter of Joseph H. and Mary Clay, 3 years, 11 mouths. COTTER—27th Inst., Richard Cotter, 36 yean. CI.EARV—26th Imt., Patrick Cleary, 53 yean, 10 months. FLYNN—IOth Imt., Timothy Flynn, 53 yean. FLYNN*—23d lust., Dentili, ton of Thomat and CettaV erirto Flynn, 11 monthl, 8 dayl. FORD—25lh Inat, John J., ton of John an.l Mary Ford, 11 months, 6 dayt. GORMAN - 22d Inst.. Bsrtley Gorman, 38 yean. HOKRIGAN—27th Inst., Timothy C. Horrlgan, 22 yean, 6 months, 15 dayi. McCKEHAN—2Ith lust., Bridget, wife of Jeremiah McCrehan, 58 years. McGOVERN—26th Inst., John McGovern, 40 ye.n. NICKERSON-23d lust., Eliza A. Nickersou, 78 yean, 8 mouth., 16 days. PEARSON—In Boston, 19th Intt., Alexand.r C. Pearson, foriu.rly of thla city, 78 yean. RAND—23d Inst., Benjamin R. Rand, 53 yean. SULLIVAN—I9th imt., Julia F. Sullivan,, 37 yn., 6 montha, 27 days. SCAGEL— 21it Inst., Lorenzo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
For Toilet Use. Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps tbe hair soft and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and freshness of youth, causes it to grow luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cores all scalp diseases, and is the most cleanly of all hair preparations. AVCR'C Hair Vigor has given me f*. I Crl O perfect satisfaction. I was nearly bald for six years, during which time I used many hair preparations, but without success. Indeed, what little hair I had, was growing thinner, until I tried Aver's Hair Vigor. I used two bottles of the Vigor, and my head is now well covered with a new growth of hair. — Judson B. Chapel, Peabody, Mass. U AIR that has become weak, gray, n/*aln and faded, may have new life and color restored to it by the use ot Ayer's Hair Vigor. *• My hair was thill, faded, and dry, and fell out in large quantities. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped the falling, and restored my hair to its original color. Aa a dressing for the hair, thin preparation haa no equal.— Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, M...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
LOST. ON THURSDAY, 27th Inst., between Putnam .venue and Sidney street, a Hens. Blanket. Auy one finding the same will please leave it at 578 Main Street, Cambrldgeport, and bo rewarded. WANTED. 4 HOUSE, weighing between 10 and 11 hundred pounds, (o do light work for his feed, until •prlng. Apply to JAMES SXAWAHT, 578 Main stieet, CaUfbridgeiKfrt. w FOR SALE. i SIX OCTAVK CIIICKERING PIANO, In good A. order; price $50. Also pianoa tuned and put In fine order; no piano house can excel. "-"SJSBBEiwia,, Also a few choice Viollus un aP baud; home workmanship. MpjM \%i FRANCIS ROBINS, WK P' 172 Harvard Street, Jan2!&gt;—2w» Cambrldgeport REMOVAL OF TILE NEW Art Embroidery Store From 56 Winter Sueet to 505 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. Stamped Linens, All Varieties of Crewels, Worsteds and Yarns, Starlight Yarns, Knitting md Embroidery Silks tnd Flosses, Chenilles, Plushes, Plush Ornament.. Velvets, Satins, Satinet, Fellings and Kibbont. Briggs Transfer Patterns. Staging and Pinking DON...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
, — ■ ■ t ■ Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOR— Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Mortgages Negotiated. Insurance Placed. 7318.^*m Union Hah\ Cambridgeport. Sattrtay Afternoon &amp; Kv'dii. Jan. 29 THE IDEAL MAMMOTH Uncle Tom's Cabin Co., HAUIiY WOOD, Proprietor and Manager, In two grand productions of Uncle Tom's Cabin. Mammoth Company. Magnificent Scenery. Strong Cart. Great Tops;. Funny Marks. Savage Blood Hounds, Trick Donkey. a. Don't fail to see the fanions All DINE SISTERS, In their Great Specialties. 100 Elegant Presents given to children attending inaliuse. PHICBS. Matinee. Children, 15c; Adults,"2s k 35c, Evening, 25, 35 and 50 oents. 5 * Reserved leatt now on sale at H. S. Androt' Drug Store, Ml Main street. "M mm mi Prospect ft Ml TUESDAY, Feb. 1.-FRANK A. HILL, A. M., Masterof the English High School. Subject; "New Exglaxd Primer Days." THURSDAY, Feb. 10.—JAMES S. BARRELL, Matter of the Harvard Grammar Scho...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
&amp;o%d—got Suit. FOR SAJ.E. *a* A valuable House, with 370.1, feet of hind P|» more or lets, in Old CuinM-idg-. two mimi:.* -i-iaa. walk from Harvard College, in a nice neisth' borhooil. This it a slate I ru.fl" h'Hteas, with all modern Improvement!, very haudsouiely fltted up, first class furnace, costly chandllers, and is adapted for a respectable private family; was built by one of the best builder* in Cambridge. A;.plv to JOHN LEWNON, 143 Pearl St., Canibridgeyort. jan29-tf TO LKT. M House of 9 rooms, with bath room and waaL room. No. io Lawrence street; good yard; cenient«d cellar; all in perfect tepair; lent *23 per month. Aj.ply to J. 11. Webber. 683 Main street. j.inl—tf FOR SALE. 4 NEW two story House of 10 roon.s, on Grigg IX. street, arranged for two families and basement store. 2,800 feet of land. Price, $2800. $1600 can remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply at 97 Hancock stieet. nov27—tf charles e. Uncock, Real. Estate and Insurance, 593 1-2 MAIM BT-, Cambri...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
.Si-fowls—Jßitsical. MT. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. TOE BOASDEES AUD DAT PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY. TEACHER OF THE PIANOFOBTE 71 Concord Avenne, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE has resumed her inttructions since Oct. 1, So. 613 MAIS St, CamtoMgetiftfi. FrederiGk&amp;Anna Ciark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Cormanv, and are prepared to receive pupils for instruction in tbeir NEW SYSTEM of PIAKOFOKTE PLAYING. This system, which was well received and extensively published in Berlin, greatly lightens labor for the pianist and student; promotes health and develops rapid control of all artistic powers. Apply personally or by letter at 24 CLINTON STREET. CAMBRIDGEPORT. I BOSTONH IH|!PBJBH_MfiT?'T i»Pfiifflni T^TT^ mm ?*'^ m^m^mmmmMmmmmmmMmm ~~~*ar*mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmmm small limTiTm S mk mm , IS STOCKS, G...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
- . - — ■ j ■ — ■ i a mmmmm% Segal gotim. Commissioner's Notice. Estate of Hervev Davis, late of Cambrldflt, la tl.e County of Middlesex, decoates], repreeeated insolvent. 'pHE subscribers having bean appointed by tb. L Probate Court forsal.(county commissioners to receive nnd examine all claims of creditor, .gains* the estate of tbe taid H.rvey Davit, hereby give notice, that six montltt from lath day of January A. D., 1887, are allowed to creditor, to preaont and prove their claims againtt laid estate, and tbat thty will meet to examine the claims nf creditors at tb* office of Lender SI. Hannum Kt&lt;q., in that part of said Cambridge known as Cambrtdgeport,on BATCBday, February 12th, 1887, on Saturday, Februart 19th, 1887, and ou Saturday, Fkhrtjary 2titb, 1887, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each of said dayt. Jaiiez A. Sawyer. I— I— , .)OHS S. I&gt;Ot.I^RD;( C ° ,nml " l, »" - Cambridge, January 22,1887. Caaeaa..we.lia mf tflmentmmamua. Middlesex,ss. PROBATE COUBT. To...
Poetry. A DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Poetry. A DAY. EsMi. flwatlltl WbltUer la February Atlantic] TbA not of tad November, when a day Of »a»»,glsmsanahlnenltatbertyof noon, ■ Aad a wind, borrowed from tome morn of June, Man th* brown graaew. aad the leaflet, spray. Ob th. anf rotted pool th* pillar*] pine* tea* their leaf shaft, of ahadow; the small rill, Baaglag a pamat at tong of rammer still, ▲ lln* ef lOver, down the hill-slop, ahines. Hartal! the bird voice, and th* ham of beet, la th. thin grant th* cricket, pipe no more; Bat atill the aqnirrel board* hi. winter .tore, Aad drop, hi* ant-shall* from th* shag-bark tree*. Softly the dark green hemlocks whisper; high Above), th* .pare* of yellowing larches show. Where the woodpecker and bonte-lovlng crow Aad Jay aad nut hatch winter's threat dety. O fraeiosts b*aaty, ever new aad old! O tight* aad sounds of nature, doubly dear When th* low innahine warn* tb* cloeing year Of snow-blown Held* and wave* of Arctic cold! Oo*. to my heart I fold each lovely thing The iw**t...
LIKE ALL HER SEX. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
LIKE ALL HER SEX. I kaow a laatie. Oh! the', fair; Her cbeakt are just like cherries; She aae blue eye. and golden hair Asm! Him, like ripe strawberries. H.r hair hang, down In rippling emit And oa her shoulders dances; She t&gt; the prettiest of girls, And saucy are her glance*. I k&gt;v. that maid with all my heart. She ilia toy heart with glatlnea.. And If from her I bad to pan, I'd spend my life in sadness. Aad yet the make, me mad, the aprite, Som.tlme. th.re. no denying. When I moat rise from bed at night To hmat ber when she's crying.
Amusement Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Amusement Notes. Gloss Thsatbic—Mr. M.B.Canis, of -Sam' of Poearn" rraown, will present at tbe Globe Theatre seat week, commencing wilh Monday evening, performance, hi. new comedy, "Caught is a Corner," giving another Jewish character portraiture, strongly ia contract witb that of "Tbe Dnatmer," bat which is said to be quite ss «ff*etiTe. Mr. Curtis has. in year* put, won the good will of ihousands by his clever acting, and it i* safe to say tbat crowded boot*, will be the rule at (hi. theatre daring his engagement!, air Cartas will be supported by a goad compai.y. Hoixis Stbxzt Thkatrk. —In compliance wits tha desire of Mr. Boucic.ult, who wishes to devote as long a period as possible during his engagement at th* above theatre for tbe ruo or his sew play, it has been decided to bring asm "Fin sfscCool" Monday evening. Every thing, excepting the tceaery, has been ready for some time. Mr. Bieh has pnt »n extra force on thi. department. Messrs Abbey &lt;t Scboeffel having lent...
A Great Offer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
A Great Offer. No matter in what part yon live, &gt;ou bad belter write to Hallett at Co., Portland, Maine, without delay; they will send you free information .bout work tb.t you c.c do soil live at home, si . pro6t of from S&lt;3 lo 525 .cd upwards daily. A numl«&gt; have earned over BJO 10 a d.y. Both .exes. All ages. Yon .re started io business free. Capital not seeded. Every worker who takes hold at once i, absolutely sure ol * snug little fortune.