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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

LookOut^^eo,||j;. /S. and TKefoMowinb staro/i on every l_J \±Ayr It >w of the *senuike. .^Old _c_#_ "P Lut r Than any leaf for -i —^ and mo/ CHEWlNQtobacco cW\^ IyDUI HON E STY'is so/d by your dedler.N^ /JOHN FiNZERftiIRO'S., Manufacturer-: .Loi/ISVIli: KyX The Plymouth Glove Store. GLOVES, AH Kinds, at Lowest Prices. Chas- 6. Mansfield & Co., 12 ELM STREET, —AND— 79 HANOVER ST., BOSTON. THETEMPLE Glove Manufacturing Co. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. Repairing ami Redressing a specialty. 10 Temple Place, Boom 32, Boston. i Take Elevator. Hr** Two rows, the Latest novelty iv embroidery. Special discount to the College trade. HOLIDAY PRESEHTS AT HALF PRICE. We are closing out a large lot of Genu, regular $2 00 Slippers, At $1 a pair. Also a larga lot of Velvet Embroidered Slijtpers 51..10 _ Good., closing at 75 cts. n, pn.ii*. Ladies' $500 FRENCH KID for $3.00. LADIES' RUBBERS. 28 CENTS. Lowest Prices in Boston. JOHN BATH &...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

(Sruemes, etc. LUNT & HARDY, BEALERS IN BeefluttOQ.Laib.Pork Lard, Hams, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Gor. Inman and Hampshire Sis., ; CAMBEIDGBPOBT* Miller's River Market. We keep on hand a large stock of Provisions OF ALL KINDS. AND GROCERIES, Which w.sei kola Wholesale and Retail At Boston Prices Orders called for and Good* de livered free of charge in Cambridge and neighborhood. John P. Squire & Co. PROPRIETORS. GORE ST., opposite Works BAST CAMBRIDGE. Medford St. Market Medrord St., Somervllle. Keep constantly on band choice assortments of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, Etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail. (has. ll.North & Co. GIBERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJV antt SO.JMER VMEEE C. H. SORTH, S. H. SKILTOSI PROVIDENCE RIVER OYSTERS, HI Ilk i HMfIU OYSTERS OPENED FBESH EVEEY DAY. J. WARREN GILL, 54 and 56 GREEN ST., Boston, Corner of Muiilfortl St. E~'Cambridge and Somerville ram pars he itor I...

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

Friendship Billiard Hall. HAVING PURCHASED the Billiard Hall formerly kept liy MX. CHARLES H. VuLLINTINK. uiiil in;,ile InMOfISMBII therein, the subscriber hivile. l*ublii' ralitmuge. Sa r " None hut temperance beverages sohl. CHARLES O. DAM, Proprietor. Odil yellows' Building. 546 Main street. HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS. CASH 111 VERS CAN SAVE 25 PER CENT. lIV l-l ItIIIASING OK 0. E. Pierce, Office 178 Washington Street, BOSTON. Please call or write for particulars. STEPHEN H. HARRIIGTOXr Commission Mercian. & Auctioneer, 412 Cambridge St., Oambridgeport, Near corner of Kirn Street. AUCTION SALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING AT 7.30 O'CLOCK. Personal attention given to Sales at Residences, Stores, etc. Ileal Estate anil Merchandise of Everj Description Solicited. Established INK.'. Incorporated 1882 Standard Turning Works. Boston Ottli'p, I Factory, 35 CO.NI.KKSS ST. | 384 Main St., Camb't Manufacturers of all kinds of Turned Goods, 122 Broadway, Cambrldgeport. Telephone, 7277. X...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

"The Greatest Cora on Earth for Pain." Wm nHwwn quickly thaa any other known resa_tf*___B__ *°7 Khi-u__a_nn. lStxirmig-U, 6»rtli_g«. BUff heck, BruK s\\T _. _*__.v Botds. Sc_l_*. Cats, LamtMkM>flf «rs PVn_rl«T t Bores, Fro«tv*it«_, M Backache, Quinsy, Bore Throat, ■Scf_tlc_ t Wounds, Headache, __UP_B Toothache. Bpralna, etc Prtoe __^_____>»eta aTU'tUc Sold by ail Caution.—The genuiT *' SoJtxiriaM Oil bears our rejflstcred Tr_de-M_rk, and oor f_o_tmn« sigTjatore. A. a Meyer & Ox, Soie ProprietorOaU_iio-»,Md^I?.eCA DR. BULL'S COU6H STROP] For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced stages of the Disease. For Sale by all Drug, gists. Price, 25 cents. ■•■■ H ■ Imt 1 m \W »»_| ■_i ■ *tI W v^J 1° THE GREAT | German Remedy! niTRUTHSFORTHESICK.[i I | ißlUoturSpeltsdepenu foracasewherJ3Si;L-|l| II >nSi:u*HURBirrEBS phcr Bittehs wl...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

fPETROLINQ PORQUSED PLASTER ; dares Backache, Lang Troubles ; Kidney Biseaseß,""" Rheufnatism, Etc. A trial will convince the most skeptical that they are the best. They are medicated with capsicum and the active principle of petroleum, being far more powerful in their action *han other plasters. Do i.ot be induced to take others, but be sure and get the genuine "Petroline," which is always enclosed in aa envelope with the signature of the proprietors, The P. W. P. Co., and directions in four languages; also seal on front and back of j each plaster. Sold by first-class druggists, at 25 "'' cents each. CORN PLASTERS Are the best known remedy for hard and soft coma, J and never fail to cure. Price 25 cents. ThePeleg TCtePreprietarf £§. MANUFACTURERS, 113 W. Broadway, 2*. V., U. 8. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. And Hugh R. Gray, corner of Main and Columbia street*, District for Cambrldgeport. "AGENTS"WANTED "fcStfST^ Just Published, entitled fSSE on\/ of Or § THE •RTsBTrr.T.TOIT. A wonderf...

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

The above is the temperature of oar Lumber store-house maintained by an boiler and extensive piping. Following is a list of the flniah lumber tat «tpre: I White wood, Cherry, Ash, plain and quartered Ort «ai f Black Walnut, l in., 1 1-4, 1 1-2 and 2 fnehes thlete ; Hard pine, Birch and Spruce flooring, mill woried. this lumber, being thoroughly seasoned and dried before going into __ We-' house, and since that time exposed to a temperature of 70 degrees, and higher, Is very best condition for use. Xo matter what the weather may be or has been o* . patrons can always find what they may need in the abovajjne ready for immediate use. * Our stock of Pine, Spruce, and Hemlock will be found complete aad satisfactory. Carriage Oak and Ash from Ito 3 Inches thick. Lime, Hair, Cement, (Portland and draulic) and Plaster; also a superior Lath. All to be found at the RAILROAD CUMBER YARDS. GEG.W. GALE. 336 Main Street. Acme Skates, Dark Lanterns, Sleds, Sleigh Bells, Boys' Tool Chests, Ice Ches...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 42. I JAMES COX, 1 1 Kill tor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. ,MASS., JANUARY 8, 1887. • Terms, la advance, i I •5.04) par ananas. J PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Press SATURDAY. JAN. 8. 1887. ADVERTISING RATES. Each Sqnare. (one inch,) 1st time S1.C0 ** " each subsequent insertion— 50 All advertisements will be charged at the foregoing rate**, except when special contracts are made.

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ADDRESS -OF- Hon. William E. Russell MAYOR OF CAMBRIDGE, —TO— THE CITY COUNCIL. JANUARY 3. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

ADDRESS -OF- Hon. William E. Russell MAYOR OF CAMBRIDGE, —TO— THE CITY COUNCIL. JANUARY 3, 1887. GENTLEMEN OF THE CITY COUNCIL:— A wise custom provides that, as we assume the duties of our respective offices, we shall take a comprehensive glance at the whole work before us, that each particular need may be considered with reference to all other needs, and with knowledge of what has been done, and of the ways and means to meet what is yet undone. Necessarily we mingle somewhat the past with the present, and from them forecast the future. Following this custom, it becomes my pleasant duty to go back with you over the past year on ground familiar to many of you; and then to step forth with you into this new year with hope, courage and enthusiasm, to meet the new duties and the new responsibilities. It is well as we review the old work, and face the new. to formulate, if possible, some principles or policy that, tested by experience, shall guide us. A wise financial policy is the Hist n...

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Resolutions of Respect. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

Resolutions of Respect. At tbe quarterly meeting of the Cambridge Veteran Firemen'a Association held in the Central Square Building, Monday evening latt, tbe following resolutions were adopted: FRANCIS H. TUFTS. Whereas, our late member. Francis H. Ta 111, having departed tbit life on November 10,1886, at an advanced age, we desire to solemnly express oar sorrow at bis decease, and to pats suitable resolutions thereon. Therefore, be it Resolved, '1 hat by the death of our late companion tbis association bas lost a member with whom it was a pleasure lo associate. Resohtd. That while we mourn oar lost, we are encouraged with tbe belief tbat he haa gained by tbe transition from mortality to immortality and will be prepared to welcome ut at we journey ooe by ooe lo tbe celestial shore. Resolved That while we deplore tbe demise of our brother we are consoled wilh the feeling that tbe paths be now treads arc bestrewn with flowers ol contentment, lore acd peace, and tbat be is crowned wilh...

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PETER R. DAVIS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

PETER R. DAVIS. Reeolved, That this association It assisted lo learn ol ihe death of Mr. Peier B. Davit, who departed Ibit life December 24, 1886, - alter a brief illness. Retolred, That while be never took part ia oar deliberations, he was known to many members of tbe association as having been an efficient member of Hydrant Engine Co. No. 4, who respected him lor bis genial, pleasaot traits of character. Resolved, Tbat we transmit to lbe family of oar deceased friend a copy of tbese resolutions, and with them an expression ol our tympalhy and regret at his tudden taking off, and ibat the tame be duly recorded by tbe secietaiy ia lbe proceedings ol tbis meeting. "After life's fitful ferer he sleep* well."

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WATSON B HASTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

WATSON B HASTINGS Whereas, having learned with unfeigned feelings of sorrow and regret of the sudden rtoalh ef our late and highly esteemed a soc.ate, Watson B Hastiogs, whose earthly career was brought to a close in Boston, on Saturday afternoon, January l.t 1887, it it Jtetolttd, Tbat tbit organisation desires to testily its high appreciation of the social and kindly tiet wbicb were ever tbe aim of oar late esteemed member lo foster in bis tnteicourse with us, and wbicb, during our abort lerm of life as aa association, he ever exemplified. Raolved, Tbat by bis sudden departure from earth to a higher sphere, we are admoniabed that like unto bim our pilgrimage it rapidly searing its end, and tbat we too must antwer lbe summons of lbe inexorable leveler of mankind. Knotted, Tbat io lbe loas which we have sustained by tbe decease of our esteemed friend, we sadly mingle our tears with those of a loving wife and a dutiful eon, whose bereavement is irreparable by lbe demise of a faithful...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

—Tbe p»in and misery (offered by Ihote who •re iffl-cled wiib dvspep!.i» »re indiscribable. Tbe dialress of tbe body it equaled or jorpaaaed by the confusion and tortures of the mind, thai making its Tictima ruffer double affliction. Tbe relief that ia giren by Hood's Saraaparilla bat canted Ibouaaodato be tbinkful for this (Treat medicine. It di-pela tbe cause of dyapepaia and tones ap tbe digeative organt. Try Hood'a Ssr»aparilla. —After all it ia tbe bad child (bat get* the palm. —A recent comic aong ia entlued ''Soap," It cornea in ban. —In chron'c and stubborn ca-.es of neuralgia, gout and ih=umali»m nse Salralion Oil It h the greatest pain-destroyer if tbe age. All druggist* cell it for only 25 cen's a bottle. —Puriic beats tbe faith core, because it baa the inside track.

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

Prescott's Look Out! S? ood article always has Its imitators. B if " ; and we "°" wisn '" nave if thoroughly un[aaaaß derstood that there is but ONE "Excelsior Wm Baking Powder," and that ALWAYS hag /s£s the cue of Wm. PresCOTT on the label, with the "Manufactured by arena. * sans Lm Preseotfs Excelsior Raking Powder that ■■ %M I M I f% ■■ do not have the above, are frauds, and will P I I. I 1 j J\ 111 W\ not be guaranteed by us. If your grocer ■■ *•- W0 mm mm "e# I "aw ■• will not procure the genuine '•Prescott's aa.4aa.aaaßß.ae.fei Excelsior" for you, drop us a postal and KDR|n||| I llWlJtn we will see that you are supplied without delay. ABSOLUTELY PURE. JtAXUFACTUBED BY ASK YOUR GROCER FOR IT wiLLEY, LEONARD & CO. 284 1-2 BEOADWAY, near Elm Btreet, CAUTION! See that thla cut la on every „ CAM BRIDGEPORT. Box. S^^SmiFWiogency. \| THE CELEBRATED L; '"" ij ."KIOH >I X JE " B DRESS SHIRT. \o_ £0/ This Shirt is guaranteed to lit and >et better than a...

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THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS. The inaugural is. as is usually the cisc with the public efforts of Mayor liussell, an admirable production from a literary point of view, and little is left to be desired in its tieatment of the various matters of general interest. The Mayor's reference to the financial policy of his administration, including various facts and statistics relating thereto, will he received with general approval. His Honor's opinion as to the wisdom of a continuance of that policy, are thus expressed: "I strongly recommend that we continue this financial policy the coming year. " It is now established; it is well known and approved by our citizens; I believe it to be wise, prudent, and honest." We believe that the Mayor's position in regard to the liquor law, and its enforcement, will especially commend itself to our citizens, whatever may be their differing views as to the wisdom of the law itself. Th» attitude of the Chief Magistrate in this regard, is forcibly expressed in few...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

Cambridge has hud one of the Biggest kind of sensations Ihis week, it i- very ■unpleasant to think of it. The Dames prominently mentioned foi the office of City Clerk ate lion. Isaac Bradford. Walter W. I'ike. Ks. t .. the A--ist-ant City ( lerk. .lame* .1. Myers, jfnnj ami George V. I*i|.er. t-ij. The placing of flags at haif-ina-t over the City Hall and on flag -tart's in the aaablie squares owned hy the.city, laws week, has caused considerable comment. Cambridge has been incorporated as a city forty-one years, and has had but ihree (ity Clerk-, the first of whom i{ev. I.neinIJ. Paige, -til! -urvives. at the age "f 83 year*. It may we -aid without exaggeiation. , that no Massachusettscitr. in recent times. has had the -in ice of a ( b rk w rttasc i.utiewere lerfoinnil with more fidelity aad intelligence lhaa ciiaraet■ riz d the I 'Hi; term of the deceased i ttieial. Would i: not have i tea better to bar* deferied the election of ( ity ( 'lerk. on Mundav bi-t. until another meeting...

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Methods in the Study of History. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

Methods in the Study of History. Tbis is perhaps a sufficiently accurate tii.e for Col. Ilig:;icson's address on Tuesday evening—the last io the regular course of ])ow»e lectures Tbe addiess was cot only of exceeding practical valae a* regaids the >ur<jrct of which it treats, but was haDJled ia a manner so inteiesting and attractive throughout as to command the close atteotioo of tbe audience to tbe end. We c*tunot undertake even a synopsis of a lecture to which do meie sketch would do anything like justice It any be sa:J, ia a word, that the system advo cated by the speaker, io the study of history, includes as its maio points, what he dcsc.ibes as prorimj, p<itntih<j t wmd th- piactictl application of iU principle* i That is, first fixing io the mind the facts oa aWatiCta the narrative is hastd, and then Cto thing the skeleton with Hesb and blood; making it vital and real to the s'udent. The address abounded with apt illustration-, and «...

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The New Post of the G. A. R. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

The New Post of the G. A. R. The followicg named gea'letnco have associated themselves with a view to tLe forming of a new ; (irand Ai my I'ost: John I). Billings. P. H. gajfllj. Capt. MLim s. Haanaa, La. Qaa. M. ItetaM] Lt. .1. 11. Webber.' .f i. Dalilmllai. Gen. Is.iae fc". Shepard, .lame-. X. Mali, Mr. A.C. Webber, A. M. Higgins, Br.idt>ury P. Ku»-ell 1.. Scow, Sanf.-td B. Hubbard, IA H. H. Hai.'-roft, Charles damei*. OfageaOt. l'reble, Capt. dosepli W. Smith, Charles S. Hamnla. O'-orge W. Ham.-., Caj.t. Arthur Jl-nlyeu, I.yman W. Baaaaa, John U. McKaaxle, Key. W. 11. Thomas, William H. Fuller, (i. W. B. I.itehtield, dame- Kh hanl-on, George X. Carruth, Kin-.-rv .1. I'aekard, S. C. Higgins, .1.11. fa Manoft, I). Webster Bullard, Jafea Jaass. JL W. Plummer, Hiram L. Ni-hols. B. p. MraTaaac Nati.an H. 1b.1bp...k. Key. W. A. Stut, W. H. I nderhill, I>r. C%aa. X. Vaughan, d..hn H. Walk.r, F. B. Puller., Fred A. fIfIITJ. •lames 11. Harris, Oaaraa W. lireeuleaf, T...

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DEATH OF THE CITY CLERK. HIS PROBABLE SUICIDE. A Defalcation in his Accounts Discovered. An Unfortunate Ending of a Long Life. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

DEATH OF THE CITY CLERK. HIS PROBABLE SUICIDE. A Defalcation in his Accounts Discovered. An Unfortunate Ending of a Long Life. At au early hour on Monday morning, the community was greatly shocked to learu that Justin A. Jiicohs. for thirty years the efficient City Clerk, hail been suddenly prostrated by fatal illmss, and right on the eve of the annual inaugural ceremonies of the city government, at which he had so long been the respected and esteemed figure-head. Sadnt ss was depicted on every count-nance as intelligence of the unexpected event was proclaimed. The Cli rk appeared in excellent health on Sunday, while engaged in preparing the official papers necessary to he used on the morrow. The funeral of Mr. Benjamin F. N'ourse. late Superintendent of Lamps, was, to occur on Sunday afternoon, and as the time approached for the as-embling of the city government at the City Hall, preparatory to the attending of the funeral, the numbers generally paid their respects to Mr. Jacobs, w...

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New Church Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887

New Church Enterprise. The me in be i-, of the Rush A. M. X. Ziou Church, now *ar*b*aisg in the halt No. 458 Maiu l stieet, are endeavoring to raise $'4,000 to defray ! the of a church lm 1 d-.g which they desire to : erect on v lot al bad recaatlj bought for that ■ purpo«>e on S"hool alrtatt, achich has been pdid for, the pi.rch'i-c money, >>'l ,o'.)lf, hiving been raised wholly among them-elves. ThelSociely has held its rne-ting- tor -eveial yeais in ihe hall, which it is now ilciintl to vacate, ami under the rnerg-t ie iabui sof toe pastor, It-v. William IJ. IJ iwens, harapiiljv iccreated i's nicniber.-hip. The organi£it ion is compo-ed of colored people, nu 1 i« ving of palwlc counteuance. The Society ■I peals lo the community to aid the moveui'nt laaksag la the erection of a church e«lirirc, and will gratafallr nca ye couti ibuiioos for that parp >>e. Hey. Mi. Howens is authori/ed to teceive donations at his icaidence, No. ...

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