His Busy Life Ended Friday, March 15, 1895, After Completing Nearly 72 Years.Hon.
Whaling schooner Hattie E. Smith, Capt. John E. Johnson, Jr., arrived at Edgartown late Saturday evening, with a catch of 450 barrels sperm oil to...
COTTAGE CITY, Sept. 26, 1892. At 11.45 on Saturday night, watchman Lewis rung in the alarm from box 41, at the Arcade, and people jumped from their...
Fireworks, Music, Collation, Speeches, &c, &c.  
The past week has been an eventful one in the history of Cottage City and in her prospects for the future. The decision in the question of the...
Photographer R. G. Shute took some fine views of the hotel Monday afternoon. The finished pictures are now on sale at his store, samples to be seen...
At 6 pm. Wednesday evening, 11th inst., the polls were closed in the great voting contest for the naming of Edgartown’s new Summer hotel. Since Dec....
Regarding the contest we wish to state that the right of voting is free to all persons, and one person can send in any number of votes - no limit. It...
By courtesy of the Directors we are permitted to invite the public to sent to the Gazette office their written choice of a suitable name for the new...

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