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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
BJU-B lawai l VThoßestand Purest MedicineS ♦\SL EVER MADE. M *VuQ*ssjB will drive the Humor from your H and make your skin IB * and smooth. Thoseß *♦ %^2»Aj""»&gt;r ,le » » nd Blotchesß ■*U °» mar your beauty n| &lt;i &lt;i /&gt;2 fc ivare caused by Impure W - VV^, and can be H yS*o M &lt;V^ &lt; 7!«Lrsoiove.ilnaibort|j| V V „ 4s if you are HI 4V */V « re »'lll vV^^rti e r a |S HRWar. Vg CSswSt, gad wish to live ■ •as tCLFUCK ■ ■ —"**' woApuWiahad 7
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
W + l aw r vo" r more Toboceo^#y?Mn*M^v &lt; b!i#j j old Honesty is made and ;»»,** BfSf tobacco and ismade foC«£Wajiiy/ o ' ,/ ' ay, ' ,^ it ft/gjy filuft is stamped I ike "/fie above drawing Insist on Ijavir/f) t/ie genuine, rwode only by Jb/rn fTTizerWfroS., Louisville, Ky- Mind Over Matter! MBS- Da. £. J. AHDEBSOH, MEHTAL PHTSIOIAV, •13 Mala Street, Rseai 10. Cambrldjeport Mass. A Young Man Taken ont of Dsnrer, Insane Asylum. I was called to visit a young man in Denver* Asylum who was considered hopelessly insane, and found the ease a bad one. Through fear of being murdered by some one else be waa seeking opportunities to take bis own life. I was told by physicians that bis case waa Incurable; but faith In my system of practice caused me to dissent from their opinion, and I commenced lb* treatment of "Mental Cure." At my second visit to the asylum I saw there was a marked Improvement in bis condition; and after indefatigable effort* to deliver him from his fearful state,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Insurance. Five Dollars Will insure against ACCIDENT. $5,000 in Case of Death. $25 Weekly Indemnity. For all Information call upon J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, INSURANCE, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. H. BIRD &amp; CO., Insurance, NO. 559 MAIN STREET. 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 Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. Several other Insurance Companies represented. 18647 1887. "The Old and Reliable Insurance Agency." W. B. Hastings &amp; Co. Insurance Apts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. NO. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston. Office hours in Boston from 1 to3 P. M. ORDERS SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted at heretofore E, B, HASTINGS. F. W. HASTINGS.. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD. MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1826. SURPLUS JANUARY 1, 1887, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
PftffiM ™ BEBT THINS KNOWN »&gt; WASIHNa*»BTaEACHING II HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER. SAVES LABOR, TIME and SOAP AMAZINGLY and give* universal satisfaction. No family, rich or poor should be without It. Sold by all Grocers. BEW ABE of Imitation* wull dosijrneil to mislead. PEARUNK 1* th. ONLY SAFE laborsarlng compound, and al ways bears the aboro symbol, and name of JAMES PYLK, NEW YORK. m 9m TRADE MARK. 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 are stamped on every bar.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Vawaamaaoraqoioklr than any other known resacut f-S aTbctLlerßUa byui mm Cautk.n.—l3m renP Saiwrfton Oil bean oor mmmmnm Tmmmmat, and m DR. BOLL'S COOBH STROP For the cure of CotigTis, 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 Druggists. Price, 25 cents. &lt;&amp;rocmes, tit. LUNT &amp; HARDY, DKALEBB IB 6eel|ntM,Lail),Forl[ Lard, Hams, Smoked Heats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLEB. Cor.lnman and Hampshire Sis., OAMBRIDGEPORT. PATRONIZE HOME TRADE. MEATS, POULTRY, FRUITS, VEGETABLES, PRODUCE, ETC., AT LOWEST PRICES, —AT— CITY MARKET, Union Sq., DAVIS SQ., near the Depot, and Elm, cor. Porter Sts. rtO.rIFKVII.I.K. C. S. BUTTERS, Miller's River Market. W. ks.pon hand a Urge .took of Provisions OT ALL KINDS. AMD GROCERIES, Which w. as! oat a Wholesale and Retail At Boston Prices Ordertj called for and Go...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
■ f , YS J CREAM BALM JjfREAM Cleanses the Head- Alla y s Heals the Sores. bbv / Restores the ■aw / Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing. fjfmT^^^v**^ A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle Is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druggists; by mail, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y. How Lost! How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. Culvertvkll's Cklebuated Essay on the radical cure of Sperma turrhcea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Senilna, Losses. lin potency. Mental and Physical Incapacity liv pediments to Marriage, etc.; also. Consumption,* Epilepsy and Fits. Induced by self-indulgence, or sexual extravagance, Ac. The celebrated author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successful practice, that tlie alarming consequences of self-abuse may be radically cured; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which every sufferer, no ma...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
FURNISHERsi I^* BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, MC THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND. Carrying under one roof, (tke Great Nassau Hall Bull ding, Ml Waihlagtan M. Boston, Mass.) each and .vary article that go*, to furnish a wallesjalpaaid Biewag, Parlor, uHailier, Diniag fioon aiil Eitdiii Fttiitin; Mittnssu, Pillws, Carpets, Gnetoiy, 6lim Win, 4c. li EMtos Varfttf. Bold for CA.BB or on IKSTADMSITTB. Wo wUI _ Sell $100 Worth of Goods for $10 Bourn and 810 XsmmmMu LwaWa*w*»sf P*r Month, ar SJSO urorth for *8 Doum and $8 VsaS swai per Month. GOODS DELIVERED FBKE to «U DEPOTS in Me., JIT. H., Mass., B. I, * Conn, VI .ROOM FURNITURE, JS^^K LATEST STYLES e.^^^^Hl CHERRY, OAK and WALNUT. M*Ui II Beat sad large** lis* la Boston. We sen a slag!* ovsa rang* with *nth*w*n sat **«• complete** oalySU4.oe.aaS _MJ »afBWaT% a hot closet rang, an war* aad ■*"*■ w "» ■■* tOR YaW -"-n»s.wsaßavaaa»», Oomntoto #09, If KUFUilrtAnNftn. PARLOR FURNITURE. CHAMBER FURNITURE. A f...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Death of a Well-known Lady. Notes. A Life Saved for a Dollar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Death of a Well-known Lady. Notes. A Life Saved for a Dollar. It waa, indeed, a gnat shock to tke host of Mesas* of Councilman Francis X. Fttzpatrick, wkea they harmed early last Saturday morning that hU esteemed wife, Mary E., had died M&amp;fetuyat midnight tbe night before, at her iweidenee, No. 10» Otis street. The deceased had bo preaaonltlon of death, as up to a short time ago, the had been in her usual good health, aad a weak ago Monday returned with her htnoand from New Orleans, where they had ween on a visit. Within a few days of her demise, however, she had complained of feeling somewhat unwell, bat neither she nor ber hnshand feared that there wag any danger. On the day of her death she was up and about, attending to her household duties as usual, till noontime, when, feeling a little fatigued, she lay down, thinking a little rest was all that was needed. Being quite comfortable while reclining, she remained In her room during the rest of the day a...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. Important Journalistic Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. Important Journalistic Gossip. Boston, March 24.—Base ball is now coming to the front, and the capture of Kelley leads Bostonians to hope that Boston will win the penant this year. The best reports and latest fosslu about base ball will be found as usual in he Boston Daily and Sunday Globk. In February, 1885, The Boston Gixibe'k average circulation was 58,621. In February, this year, it waa 126,405 —more than doubled in two years. It Is still gaining in circulation every month. "Why Men Smoke" will be the subject of a funny Illustrated article In the next Boston Sunday Globe, which now has a circulation of 116332. The Boston Daily Globe and The Boston Sunday Globe have a larger circulation than the Daily or Sunday Herald. The Globe is prepared to prove this statement, and no man or paper dare dispute it. —Housekeepers about purchasing wall papers will do well to see the immense stock at the Bazar. Nice quality manillas from 6 1-2 cents: whites from 10 cents; gilt ...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Bells. Ward Gossip. Thanks to the Militia. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Bells. Ward Gossip. Thanks to the Militia. Sunday Services. The marriage or Miss Etta Henderson, daughter of Mr. Koiiert Henderson. Jr., and Dr. George S. Morgan of New London, Conn., took place Wednesday forenoon at the rcsideuce of the bride's father, No. 244 North avenue. The ceremony was performed in the presence of the immediate relatives of the contracting parties by Rev. Vfm. S. Apsev, pastor of the &gt;orth Avenue Baptist Church, "fhe happy couple were the recipients of uianv appropriate and costly presents. Dr. and Mrs. Morgan started oh their wedding tour in the afternoon, taking the 1 o'clock train for New York, via the Providence Railroad. Before returning they intend to visit Washington and other points. They will reach Cambridge liefore April 4th. on which date they will hold a reception at the home of Mr. Henderson. The newly wedded jialr will take up their residence, after a brief sojourn in this city, in New London. Conn., where Dr. ...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Married. BATES-HL'KNS-lu this CSty.SN inst , l.v llev. Nathaniel B. Kisk. Mr. Edward T. Hales, Jr., to Miss Emma It. Bums, both or Boston. BAKKOW-PII.I.EK—In this city, gist., by IU-v. Nathaniel B. Fisk, Mr. William E. Barrow to Mi«s Esther Filler, both ofthis city DKISCOM—SEVAN—In Chelsea, 19th inst. by Rev. E. Ebeu Bayliss, Mr. John C Driscull to Mis. Hannah Bevau, Is.th of tbis city. MOSES-COWTEK—In this city. 20th inst., by Key. M. J. Hamburger, Mr. Joseph Moses to Mia* Martha Cowissr. both ol this city. MOUGAN-HENDEKSON-In thi. city, 23d Inst., by Rev. William S. A|&gt;sey, George S. Morgan. M. D.. or New London, Conn., to Miss Etta J. Henderson of this city. SMITH-STEWART-In this city. 19th inst.. by Rev. Alexander McKenzie. D. D., Mr. George Smith of Minnesota to Mis* Carrie Stewart or this city. WHITNEY-NCTTING-In this city, 23.1 Inst., hy Her. George W Brlggs, I&gt;. D.. Mr. Arthur (I. Whitney to Miss Maud W. Nutting, both or this cilv.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Died. BATKS-In tbis city, £M ln&gt;t. Mllly (i. Bates, 30 years !i mouths, IS days. BANS' in — i*-jil Inst., J.me. Bannon, 63 years. CKKW LEY—2oth Inst., Mary, daughter of David sii I Kmuia Iludley, 4 months, 17 days. Dl'ULEY—2oth Inst., Bertha X.. daughter of Geo. X. and Ellen Crowlev, 2 years. 5 months. KUKER— IMb tail.. Koea, daughter of I-eopolil and ran.line K'-ker, 19 years.2 months.22 ilays. FITZPATKICK-lsth inst . M.ry X., wife of Francis Ftizitatrick, :!-j \ ears. 2 mouth*, g? days. HI'(;HKS--'.'Rtli inst.. Arthur 1., 1 year,6 months; IStli, Hannah, 3 years, children of Esther and the late George F. Hughes. * OII.L— lath inst.. Hannah, daughter of Michael and Martfaret Gill, 1 year, « months, I days. GA I.K-lmh inst., Magdcliria. widow or William G. Wale, 2. years. 7 mom lis. 3 days. GKAY-toih inst.. Abide L. K„ widow of Edwin Gray. 41 years, 2 month., 211 day.. OAI.ARXKAX-iSd inst.. Haul M.. son of Charles .1. and Mary Galarnean, 3 veais 2 months. McA Vny- tit Inst...
The Electric Lights. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
The Electric Lights. n EtliUir Cambridge Press: — In tlie last issue ol the Cambridge Neves, then- is an article in regard to who \* responsible for eictilu the electric %ht pole*. I should my that it belonged to the lamp committee. Do they for one moment Intimate, that the blame of so uianv mistake* rests with the Cambridge Electric Light Co.? Allowing the electric light company to he to blame, doesn't the lamp committee have to make a report of the locations iKifore it is passed by the City Government, and by so doing sanction what has been done? If they did do this, did they do their duty! If so, I think a change had better be made immediately. If I am not mistaken, I saw the lamp committee, consisting of Aldermen Tear and Hinek", and Councilman Teele, together with two representatives of the electric light company, one liemg Superintendent Mullikeu. out locating the poles for the lamps, and the General with his gallant military tread was pacing oft* the distance from one locutio...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
YOUR EYE IS CAUGHT And your senses overwhelmed when you cuter my atore with the line of BARGAINS extending from the front to the rear door. HONEST QL'AJJ.ITY and LOWEST PRICE is the force which glfes life and motion to our fresh ever changing sti&gt;ck of Artistic Furniture, AND HOUBEROLD DEOORATIOHBPushing along the highway of auorc*n, I bt&lt;&gt;p at nothing to accomplish an increase of business; therefore, prices me lower than ever this mn,;th with the reli-ible ami popular firm uf LEE L POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON ST. CAMBRIDGE. '.THE WIGWAM SLIPPER Will appear here next week. Look for it. C. F. APPLETON, Gentlemen's Shoes, 13 COURT BTKEET, BOSTONr. AisLn uosif, Deputy Sheriff of Middlesex County, OAMBRIDGEPORT. MASS, Orrica: No. MS •nan St. Telephone T.-H3. Boston Office: 23Court Street, fltoaai 11.1 One Dollar To havt y&lt;mr watch cle.Hu-d and warranted one. year, ut F. H. HAINES, 3 Leverett Street, Boston." EASTERN MARKET. lIEAIHH'AKTERS FOR Beef, La...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Horace S. Bartlett, Heal Estate Agent, —FORCambridge Property Only. . Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. BuildiDg Lots For Sale IN UKSIRAKI.K LOCAIITIES. " m *?T M *wsT""'^"^'"'^'^^^^ M *ssss.—— Jifirtancial. TO LOAF,. SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS on Brat mortgages. GEORGE W. GALE, 33S Main Street, Cambridgeport. WE OFFF.R, SUBJECT TO SALE, AT 97 1-2 and arcured Interest, Willi 25 per cent, uf stock bonus, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF The Orange Belt K'y Co's FIRST MORTGAGE 0 PER CENT. I 5.20 YEAR GOLD BONDS. INTEREST JANUARY ANDf JUTY. .PAYABLE AT THE FARMERS LOAM AND TRUST CO., NEW-YORK, DUE 1907. THE Orange Belt Railroad Exttmlc. Irmn Monroe, a «.t:iti &gt;n on the Jackson- . villc, Tampa and Key Went Uailway, along tbe west bank uf J.;.ko Monroe, soutbweßterly through the townfl of Sylvan Lake. Poola. Island Lake, Glen Ethel, Longivooil, Alttmont, Forest City, Toronto, U'lkeville, Clarkonn, y,llert&gt;, aud Crown Point to Oakland, a beautiful village loca...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard t«i tlur.iliiijtv. appeal- 10 catch the public. A long experience in business proves to us lhat nr*t class goods pay both the dealer and purohn«er. OCR SPRING STOCK Is now complete and we are offering FIRST CLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PARLOR, LIBRARY, CHAMBER and DINING-ROOM FURNITURE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Rlack Walnut; WILTON, VELVET, BRUBBELS, TAPESTRY and WOOLEN OARPETBi OIL CLOTHS and STRAW MATTING, ART SQUARES, RUGS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - - BOSTON. Co l&amp;ti —Jfor Salt FOR SALE. THE READ ESTATE on Harvard Street, corner of Elm Street. James J. Read, 13 Tremont Row, Room 10, Boston. TO LET. a Small House on Dana Street. Apply to Charles E. Uram, 21 Pemberton Square, Boaton. TO RENT. NEW and convenient apartments,or sin...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
Stbools—lßxtsual. COMER'S Commercial College Oldest aad Most Sucessfil li Aeerlca. The course of study is Elective, and Embraces Book-keeping Paninanshlp,Correapondenor, Commercial Law, Commercial Arltnmetlc, Short Hand, Type Writing, and tbe English branches. Individual lnitructlon. Students may begin at any time. Special three months' course for those whose time and means are limited. Situation* always ready for competent students. Sprint; Term begins Monday, April 4th, 1887. For full particulars, address or call upon C. E. COKES, ius—4w 666 Washington Stueet, Boston. StTstT JOSEPHS ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. FOR BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September (ith. ■ t For prospectus and further information addre**, MOTHER SUPERIOR. Mr. St. Josepb's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHES OP THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHES OF PIANOFORTE has resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St.. Oambridgeport. Frederick&amp;Ann...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 March 1887
portion Sale*. By 8. B- KBIQHTB * CO., Aaofra Offices, 583% Main Street, Cambridfeport, aad ft* Washington Street, Boston. Peremptory Sale of Large ami Valuable Business Estate Nog. 571.573, 575, 577, 579 ft SSI Main Street, Oambridgeport, and Lot of Land in rear. Also Lot of Vacant Land on North West Corner of Allston and Brookline Sts. WUI be soU by Public Auction THURSDAY, MARCH 81it, 1887, at 3 o'clock P. M., on tb* respective premise* Tha lot. on Main street-have a front of about St feet each, with depth of about 100 feet. Tbe rear tot has an area of about SOW square feet. Ob one at the Main street lot* 1* a substantial three story brick building. On tbe other Is a one-story siinrtsa building. All well rented fur stores and stilus The loc itlea of thi* property I* in the business eeatre of tbe city, making ft very desirable for las ait meat. »500 to be paid in cash on each of the Mala street estate* at time aad place of sale. Immediately after sale of estate on Mala Mags. will ...