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A Story About a Donkey. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
A Story About a Donkey. Teddy and Neddy were two pretty little donkeys, which had been given tn May and Gerty by their godfather. They always came running up to them when they went into the paddock where they were kept, and Teddy would rub his nose against May and grunt for some bread or apples, which he liked very much; and they would both follow May and Gerty all about the field, and put their heads over the stile with a sorrowful look when they went away. One day May and Gerty were going to ride, so Bub, the garden boy, put the saddles on the donkeys and brought them round to the porch. May was ready waiting there, so she ran out and threw her arms around Teddy's head and stroked his long ears, and then she said, "Would you like a bit of bread, my dear?" Teddy picked up his ears st that, and seemed to understand; so Msy ran to the kitchen and cried, "Cook, cook, please give a poor hungry donkey a crust." Cook smiled, and took some bits of bread from a plate and gave them to May, ...
Pomeroy's Poroused Plasters. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Pomeroy's Poroused Plasters. J. B. Slater, druggist, of Johnstown, Pa., says of the above: "I like your goods very much; think they are destined to a great success." Of all druggists and Hugh R. Gray, Cambridgeport. —There is pleasure in sitting iv the corner with the dear one by the bright coal fire, and greater pleasure for the bright one in the corner that makes dear coal higher.
An Imperative Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
An Imperative Necessity. mm isis-sun necessity. What pure air is to an unhealthy locality what spring cleaning is to the neat housekeeper, so is Hood's Sarsaparilla to everybody, at this season. The body needs to be thoroughly renovated, the blood purified and vitalized, the gems of disease destroyed. Scrofula, Salt Rheum, and all other blood disorders are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla. the most popular and successful spring medicine.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Gold Mines are very uncertain property; for every paying mine a hundred exist that do not pay. But if you write to Halle tt &lt;t Co., Portland, Maine, you will receive, free, full particulars about their new business, ami- learn how some have made over foO in a single day at k. You can live at home and earn from •f.i to *f_!s and upwards per day wherever you are located. Both sexes; all ages. Capital not required; you are started free. Send your address, and all will be proved. —"What Is Ji)f.on in niawning for, do you knowr* "It's fit haw faw his bwothaw aw his dawg. One of 'em died lawst week, but I weally fawget which it was." -—They are looking for you everywhere. Drafts of air In unexpected places, going from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness in changing rlothing:—ln short anything which ends in a "common cold in the head." Unless arrested, this kind of cold becomes seated in the mucous membrane of the head. Then it is Catarrh. In any and all its stages, this diseas...
The Great Beecher and the Pigmies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
The Great Beecher and the Pigmies. The heartless and dishonorable action of the Chicago Congregational ministers In refusing to send words of sympathy to Mr. BYei-her In the agony of his last hours, and to his sorrow stricken wife, Is marked by au unfair and bigoted spirit that must smut some of the altars of that city. The great herd of sinners, outside the holy picket line of the church, ponder and wonder over the malignant and unfriendly criticisms over alleged offences that have long been entombed and which are now being dug up by these ecclesiastical bugs M blacken the recor I of one of the most libeial. big-hearted and eloquent preachers that ever lived. All these holy minings aie So inconsistent and the •• quality of mercy is so strained"' that even sinners are shocked over the inhumanity of men who are supposed to be servants of the Great Master, whose mission on earth was one of love and good will to mankind. These things are damnatory to the church and hostile to the great...
AMUSEMENT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
AMUSEMENT NOTES. Hollis Street Theatre. — Boucicault's successful engagement terminates to-night, and the attraction at this theatre next week-com-mencing with Monday evening, will be "The Oipsey Baron." Tbe-play has been pronounced by eminent critics the masterpiece of the brilliant Johann Strauss. The success of the opera has been marvellous, in Vienna It ran 1,000 consecutive nights, at Berlin it was presented one entire season. At the New York Casino, where It was first given in English, under Mr. Couried's personal direction, and at the Thalia Theatre In the same city, it was produced before large audiences, and it will undoubtedly be received with high favor in Boston by large anclappreciative houses. A brilliant Ivric engagement is anticipated. The company will include Laura Bellini, a young prima donna of high repute, Jennie Keiffartl.. Sig. Tagliere, Jacques Kruger and Gustavus Halt. Buck-.—Messrs. Keith* Batchelder have a faculty of presenting to their patrons dramas and c...
Two of Mrs. Cleveland's Admirers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Two of Mrs. Cleveland's Admirers. The Milwaukee, Wis., Sentinel says: "It is one of the rigidest rules in all the social economy of the capital that the wife of the President shall not accept attention from any gentleman outside of the Cabinet, but Mrs. Cleveland Is trampling on that rule. She goes out to ride with Mr. w". W. Corcoran, tbe venerable philanthropist, who recently celebrated his 88th birthday, and has been a guest at his house. The other morning she and Mr. Corcoran rode out to Oak View, the President's country place, and spent a couple of hours with Mrs. Folsom. The President's bride has no warmer admirer than the old gentleman, who seems unable to adequately express his admiration. "She has another attentive follower in the person of George Bancroft, who seems to be Mr. Corcoran's rival. He has not been out to ride with her so often, but keeps sending her flowers. Mr. Bancroft's hobby is roses. He Invents them and has given several to the world of flowers. The young ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Marshall Hall's ready method in drowning, as to what to do and how to do it, will be found in Dr. Kaufmann's Medical Work; fine colored plates from life. Send three 2-cent stamps, to pay postage, to A. P. Ordway &amp; Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free. —Among the new books of the season is one entitled "Dodd's American Reformed Horse Book." A reformed horse is one who will not run to suit the bookmakers. HALES HONEY is the best Cough Cure, 25, SOc, «_. GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP heals and beautifies, ate HERMAN CORK REMOVER lulls Corns &amp; Dunio-s 25c HILL'S HAIR _*WHISKKR DYE—Black &amp; Brown, 50c PIKE . TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, Jsc DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS an a tm cur, 50c
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
The Greatest Blood Purifier /S This Great German Medicine Is I -ibe-pestand beat. HSdoaeaof Sl*L-#«7 ■ PHL*R BITTERS for «1.00, less than# 3 I one cent a dose. It will core the_f J? ■ worst eases of skin disease, from_f •*** rS a common pimple on the InceW f __ to that awfnl dlw.se Scr.,fuls.# a B| SULPHUR BITTERS Is the# Jt H best medicine to use In all# **w 111 caae* of soch stnboorn aml_fronr Kid H *m™£*«*~m not ever take #oforder. Use ■ BLUB PILLS #sulpiiurQ tba purest and be-t_f - you ' •**« R \r^™- m£ TMt\v BirknlH Jdfe«jTsf&lt;eOea»s4# B rtbajsllsw _fc&gt;j frmil wait nntil yon __ tali sts -rer* aaable to walk, or _\ breath tmml aadVare ttat on your Lmck.H oflenslre? To—Mot* get some at once. ltH sarss-acb Is wuftUl cure jon. Sulphur H Irt_-I*s Friend. H tMsiltlli ly#T-e yeaag. the aged ami tot- _m , v y°S_V r -Myering are soon made wel Iby B ™» **_lf_flta use. fcmeml-_r what yon M _VT'_rMremA hare, tt mar aare your U ***'*. ■wnfe, tt bas sat-d hundreds. H &am...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
, T ' S a ver y s ' m p^ e anc * y et s&lt; -i en - A W&amp;Q&amp;fr c act at t - le same tobacco can't be equally good for both W % M chewing and smoking, any more ffi *"^\ t^ian bread can * 5e good to sattfn_y fefy thirst, or water to satisfy L hunger. A smoker wants r-fe. ft \v tobacco for smoking, and a x\. b cnewer f° r chewing ; and _ *° r chewing there is no / Aw~™/\ _rSr to F INZER ' S "Old I H° NESTY " It- con- \ Sr \ ta n s 2 ° P er cent - \ more than any other \. brand of similar quality; \ ._jffr- —nd so it's the cheapest as well as / &gt;&gt;w best Every plug has a red "H" tin tag. Get the genuine of your dealer. Made only by John F_nzer &amp; Bros,, Louisville, Ky. Mind Over Matter! MBB- DB. E. J. AIDEBBOH, MEITAL FETBIOIAH, •IS Stela Street, leeia W, CaabrHaeaert, Mass. The Doctor Peaaaaaaa Use Gift of Healing; the ' Want Caeca of Dtaeaae Wlthoat oae Particle of Medicine. A bad caae of two j ears' deafness completely car...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
insurant*. Five Dollars Will Insure against ACCIDENT. $5,000 in Case of Death. •25 We-eklT Indemnity. For all Information call upon &lt;]. BT. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, sUSmJti tt-_.IV CE, 613 MAIH ST., - Over Post Offloe. H. BIRD"&amp; CO., Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STBEET-. 'Royal 'Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company in the United States London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadfdphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. _£ r other Insurance Companies represented. 1864 L 1887, "The Old and Reliable In. surance Agency." W.B. Hustings &amp; Co. taw Aleuts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, East l-a-abrldge. 10. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, BostonBT*Oaee boars in Boaton from 1 to S P. M. ORDERB B.CNT BT MAIL PROMPTLY At TENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore w. a. ■astixos. r. w.unmi. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March Sd, ISM. SURPLUS ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
PEarlSiE ™« BEBT THING KNOWN "» WASHING^BLEACHING IH HARD 01 SOn, HOT OH COLD WATER. SAVES .LABOR, TIME Mid SOAP AMAZINGLY and gives universal aaUsfaction. No family, rioh or poor shonjd be without It. Sold by all Grocers. BEWARE of imitations well designed to mislead. MURUNB Is the OICtY SAFE labor sarlng componnd, and always bears the above symbol, and name of JAMES PYLE. WW YORK. Dfi. HOOKER'S H| 11% 11 n" The only Reliable Bemedr fer CROUP THROAT Indorsed bjPhysleUns. Used br t-oos-ods. IT WILL CURE YOU. WO OPIUM llf IT. Mothers, yon can eonqwer tbat dreadful foe, CROUP, with It. Hays It on h.n-l sndsn*retheCl-Ud. goMbj Drogglsts. TBYIT ll* f\ "ITTITT* 0 I&gt;e made. Cat this out and return U II HI I. 1/ to vi and we will .endyou free, soiueI 111 ll I thing of great value aud Importance 111 I I 11 I | | to you. Ihatwlll .tart you la business XTIVXIJJ A wltleli will bring you In more money right away than anything else In this world. Any one can do the work and live at ho...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
rs-e**-m—r» qnldi It U_-n _nj ctber known nwAmW *%_ B'rlUngs. g_S ____&amp; -_K_^.m Bllr S* Sesids, Cuu. I____k. •^ll£.___to%23£-S: ■ ■_, MSd-Uc-. WouncU, n-_w-_? yjlaU-WTsir-am Pn-e mmmmmMr&gt; r &lt;vz~L c__aon.-iwm " l,, H'_B__y w .l_. Kalratkm c»J bears oar nglstet-4 ud oor DR. BOLL'S COU6H SYRUP For the core of Coughs, Colds, Hoarse, sets, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of coosumptive persons In advanced stages of tbe Disease. For Sale by all Druggists. Price, 35 casta &lt;&amp;xamm, irofarsions, tit. LUNT &amp; HARDY, DEALERS IB B6.fJ_iM.Laml),Por_ Lard, Hams, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Oanned Goods. JFRUIT and VEGETABLES. Gar.lnman and Hampshire Sts. t CAMBRIDGEPOBT* City Market The Plaoe to get the Full Value of your Money. Beef, Pork, Mutton, Lamb, And everything in the Provision Line sold at tbe LOWEST PKICES. GOVE &amp; JOHNSON, 640 Main Street, Oambridge...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Established 1862. incorporated 1882 Standard Turning Works. Boston Office, I Factory, *S CONGRESS ST. I 3-84 Main St., Camb't Manufacturers of all Midi of Timd Goods, ISS Broadway, Cainbrtdaeport. Telephone, 7277. B. ELA, Manager _D-*w-$Q| _Wm TRADE. MAf«C Soap Never varies, does not contain one particle of the adulterations used to reduce the cost of PURE GOODS But DOES possess the FULL VALUE of every Legitimate Washing Quality, which gives it every advantage over Soaps of doubtful character; practically recommended by other manufacturers in imitating it. None should be deceived, however, as the word WELCOME and the Clasped Hands axel stamped on every bar. I Qatar hH jslys CREAM BALM Bv**A*v**3| Cleanses the ■Sa^jSiJfSS 0 *] Head. Allays Inflammatlon. Ek Heals the Sores. W_? / $_f__\ Kestores the mm / *_&lt;s_l mmmmr SenBes olf Hearing. fmmW?L_______s A a uick Belief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A psrticle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeabl Price 60 cents at Druggis...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
er- . '■■ ■_ A*- -rfCnf-Ti-t-J 9-1 \m'~4 11 111 _P_Tw_L_H _a*B BOSTON HASS.-POt7riAND ME. '■ l-B—a— in ■ ■! ■»--^-^-^saS-^^--^-^s»»*-^-^-^__^__^^ W _M-^_M^ M ||^^^^ UNHEARD OF B ABGAINSki aB kiiids of Useful HOUSEHOLD GOOOS. Bald for CABU oron. INSTALMENTS. WewiUSeUSIOO Wert*efQ»»4ef%rslS Jeoun. cmd $10 per Month, or $SO —art* for $8 Dose* em* $S per Mont*. GOODS DEL TTJERBD TRBEtomtl DEPOTB Sn Me., X. M., Mots., M. X, S Oesni. Parlor, Ctaler, Hii Boon ill illttn FniUm; MATTRESSES &amp; PILLOWS, STOVES k RANGES, Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, &amp;c, in Endless Tarlety. PARLOR FURNITURE. CHAMBER FURHITURE. AHairClothParlorSuite *^^ m ™__?*^___T_ _ .__,___ __. . As ws have asserts- before, we are BmsbA te *t£ T £rM.'2£c__M ""»• »«lwi«*--lalltlliO-WUs rocker and four large reception chairs. This suit is -SOT CHAMBER SUITE, 10 pieces IWJMfcft covered la prime quality of hair cloth, solid black «g_s f_t\ wslnut traines, and one of the ar-atest heaaalna &lt;Wa.W. ...
A HUNDRED POUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
A HUNDRED POUNDS. The two clerks employed by James Miiltby, the jeweller of Royalton. were gitliiiji over the stovo one raw and rainy spring morning, trying to amuse thftuisolvi'i in the absence of a customer. The A Kir nf the Inner office opened suddenly, and a tail gentleman, wilh gray tingt-d moustache and gold-rimmed gUAacs, came out. Their (■ni'iloyer being in feeble health, Harvey Chapin was the manager, and the two clerks. Walter Brooks and Dick Crane, stood in wholesome awe of him. '•Mr. M iltby wishes to see you — both," said Mr. Chapin rather gravely. The young men exchanged pu_(led glances, and followed Mr. Chapin Into the office. Mr. Maitby sat at the desk. His face was paler than usual, and his brows -pftti contracted; he pushed back his white kakir with nervous agitation as they entered. .*.;•..• "An unpleasant business, young getjfjeluen," he began, abruptly; his eyes Were fixed with peculiar sharpness ou Walter Brooks. The young m-in embarrassed by tliegjjdden scruti...
Police Officer John Wiley. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
Police Officer John Wiley. There recently appeared in a local paper brief biographical sketches of members of the police force. Of one of the number sarcastic allusion was made to the effect that he refused to give information of himself to the person representing the paper. Three blank, lines were inserted in the criticism to represent the amount of information withheld. Officer Wiley, vkft wjl alluded to, claier- -rat he- Wi by the representative of the paper in an impudent and exacting manner, and therefore declined to gratify him. Mr. Wiley has no disposition to withhold from the public any information of himself which would be of interest, and makes substantially the following statement: He was born at the North End of Boston, June 29,1845. He attended the Boylston and Mayhew Grammar schools, and on the breaking out of the war enlisted at 16 in Co. A, 14ih Regiment, but his mother secured his release. Nothing daunted young Wiley enlisted in the 9th Regiment, but was again overc...
Our New Deputy Sheriff. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
Our New Deputy Sheriff. We print in another column the business notice of Col. P. Allen Lindsey, the newly appointed Deputy Sheriff of Middlesex County. We took occasion to allude to the appointment of Col. Lindsey at the time it was made, and commended High Sheriff Cnshing for his good sense in placing the official robes on such worthy shoulders. We can only repeat what we then said,.with the addition that the office will be efficiently filled by the genial incumbent. Col. Lindsey has opened an office at 613 Main street, and also at 23 Court street, Boston. For the convenience of legal gentlemen and others, the Colonel has established telephone 7343 at his Cambridge office.