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A Costly Breakfast. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

A Costly Breakfast. A breakfast given to Mrs. Stockton In Washington is described by a correspondent. : The centre-peice of the handsomely spread table was a mass of scarlet tulips, and on the plates were tiny scarlet Japanese fans, each with the name of tho guest to occupy that place on it in gold letters. While the fourth course was being disposed of a page carried around a tray of letters, each one sealed with se.irlet wax. In these missives were'epigrammatic poems, each one containing the name of the recipient. Laler each guest was presented with a tiny cage containing a canary hird, with a scarlet ribbon inscribed "Little Dickie.'

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Who Will Vouch For It? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Who Will Vouch For It? If one could believe one-hundredth part of what people say in praise of Johnson*. Anodyne Liniment, it would be au easy matter apparently to maintain good health to extreme old age. Now here are three certificates recently .cut us. We don't vouch for them, but it seems probable that the statement, made are true, as the parties could have no interest in publishing anything except to benefit fellow sufferers. South Windham, Vt. I have never sold any of your medicine, but have been using it in my family. We reserve the remainder for future use and send pay for all. We use Johnson's Anodyne Liniment for a nasal wash for catarrh, and we are delighted with it. We bad tried almost everything recommended for catarrh, but find Johnson's Anodyne Liniment far superior to any yet used. I used it with a common douche, according to your direction. J. E. Whipple. Bronchitis. Island Shoals, Ga., Feb. 6,1885. Gent.:—Your Johnson's Anodyne Liniment is tbe beet thing I have ever...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

—Pastor—"Well, what did you young people realize at your entertainment!"' Member of the Committee—"ffe have just realized that we are $25 out." StirS HONEY i. the 1-est Cough Cure, 25, 50c., «L CLEXN'i SULPHUR SOAP he.i!s and beautifies, 25c UERIWAN CORN REMOVER kills Corns & Bunions 25c HILL'S HAIR A WHISKER DYE—Black & Brown, 50c PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 25c DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS ire a sis cure, 50c

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

BAILEY & EANKIN Successors to CHIPMAN S SONS & 00. ■ This Is not an Instalment store, but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but Carpets of all Kinds, Mats, Rugs, Etc., But we will sell to reliable jxirties, Carpets at the Lowest Cash Prices, by paying a part down, and the balance by the week or month. All of the instalment stores charge 20 to 2."i per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods to all at the same price, This is the only Exclusive Carpet Btore >" BoaMa that has ever made this offer. Cor, Court and Hanover Streets, BOSTON. Mind Over Matter! -MBS- DB. E. J. ABDEBSO.N, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Foo*a 10. Cambridgeport. MassAnother Severe Case of Erysipelas Cured. I wa*. sorely afflicted with the worst type of Erpaipelas in my face, which was so badly disfigured ami swollen that I was obliged la keep it heavily veiled, A part of the time I whs confined to my room by the dreadful disease. It would gather and break i...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Jnsnranu. Five Dollars Will Insure against ACCIDENT. $5,000 in Case of Death. •25 Weekly Indemnity. For all Information call upon J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, INSLRANCE. 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. BAY STATE PAINTS In f'rtj difTereM shades, suitable for exterior and interior of houses. I LIQUID PAINTS In forty tints, besides black and white, and a full line of Oil Colors, Japan Colors VARNISHES. Japans and Stains. MANIFACTI BUD UT -WAKWOITH. IWWLtn k ft Painers' Supplies & Artists' Materials, 82 & 84 WashnintOD & 46 Friend Sts. BOSTON, MASS. Sample cards and price lists free upon applies, cation. Branch Houm Chicago, 111. nor 9— 3in BABY (MIMES FROM $6.00 to $20.00. INSTALMENTS OR CASH. These are very cheap and the sale will last but a few days. LEE L POWERS, 30 BOYLBTOH ST. CAMBRIDGE. Dead Animals! S-7-The B«irberU*laHgai*rißsi ■■«. .TI-li mi Association will remove all dead horses and c:ittle promptly and without expense. Orders sent to tha Br...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

[«*■ ■ 8888 BJ fl aa WTBh 1 2 VThe Best and Purest Medicineg EVER MADE. B II drive the Humor fromyourßfi H -i, .«o"V«y»tem, snd make your tklnßa ■ fe. 65-ILclean and imooth. Thc-seBB I ♦♦ ''„ and BlotcheaH 8%, °1 *•/, ♦/Js-.wUch mar your beauty m 81.. *o f 4 4 caused by Impure W ItJ V, V *w ."H, and can beß IPJ a/a "o 6 e *'*^3sßLreinove<llna.hortß| ■v^/i <%f r ]% vS?"™ 1 ""kl %*■ The Dow nnall-onlyateaXr«x v ->. <i*o. 0 /-SB| spoonful. It It V % °<«' Bj best aad • *A* , a. v <*B medicine. Try ft, a»IV?A «-* %.V, tj yon v.lll be satlsned. <V, •*%" ■ Get It of your Druggl*. %,"■* I DonTWait. Getitatosce , *v a^jS in If yon are suffering; from • H 111 no- Disease, ami v. lsh to live BB HI old age. Uk SI'LPIUR BITTEBS."K I HI Tliey never fall to euro. <iend t S-cont stamp, to A. P. Ojdway A Co-' Boston, Maw., for best medical worn published? JAMES H. PRICE & SON, — DEALERS IS— Stoves uud...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

<Sroctrws, fjrobitions, tit. C.E. BARTON, 280 Broadway, cor. Elm St. Ha. a Large Assortment of Tin, Glass & Crockery WARE, Which he is Selling at BOSTON PEIOES. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails, 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 cts. dozen. C. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Cambridgeport (Bo.M-ir. New Block.) Medford StTMarke. Medford St., Somervllle. Keep constantly on band choice auortmenU. of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail Chas. H. North & Co. CURERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJT an* SO.TIERVILLE 0. B. BTOBTB, I. H. SBILTON Dlumfnng anb tSas LEVI HAWKES & CO I?l umbers, Sanitary Work a. Specialty 599 MAIH ST., CambridgeportLCTI HISIII. JOHN CRAWFORD JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBBS & GAS FITTER, 99 CAMBRIDGE STREET, East Cambridge. {Rmtidmet, No. 112 Gore Street.) All order, by- mall or otherwise promptly attended to. REMOVAL. T. TrV. HALEY, {Formerly with Bbock Bbos.) Fluin and San...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

BALM MB5J^l/->r^ l ?fS!r*l Head. Allays ■rS^ c Inflammation. Heals the Sores. m* y $& Am Restores tbe Wm\\%t%T Senses of Taste. Smell, Hearing. rrtaj A quick ReUef. |>|/saY~FEVEn A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druggists; by mail, registered, 60 cent.. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. T. ifil /UiNCTROUBLESN /CONQUERED \ \S WAYNE'S / /Vr3WffllCy i. exercise daiIyVAINLACEM [ TH Q 2 -EAT GOOD FOOD IPURIFirS I yl oDC .surrar... |rUl\irits» \ffliu)REiAi B u E B , iP RFUL m\m 7 / -3LRKTORER \ I Cencush) I m^ ITCHING PILES •hWVMMPTOIIS^B^^ and stingingj^TJ^j. at night— worm? n > very distressing. to continue tumors form whichNhl soften bleed and ulcerate, becoming very SWAYNE'6 OINTMENT «5^* opB tne * tt ' hln * anri bleed! ~ , ulceration, and !nX-i c r A ranee removes/o' 1 V -. How Lost! How Restored! Just published, a new edition of Dr. Cclverwkll' Cklkbratkd Essay on t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Who use furnishers. * • BOSTON, MASS. & PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND. Carrying under one roof, (the Great Hassan Hall Building, 8»7 Washington St* Boston, Maas.) each and every article that goes to famish a well-eqnlpptd house. Parlor, Oliainlier, DiMng Boom and Kitclifin Fsriitßre; Mattresses, Pillows, Carpets, Crocker,, Glass Wire, Ac., ii EaAtts Verier,. Bold for CASH or on INSTALMENTS. We sill g, Sell tIOO Worth of Goods for $10 Do,e„ and $10 Ifmaißßßß bßßbbbsbbl per Month, or $80 worth for 48 Down and $5 akgu Urn per Month. GOODS DELIVERED FREE W to oil DEPOTS in Me., If. M., Mats., R. 1., * Conn. BJ] FURNITURE, <n£9^^B' ■AT.T. THE 9 LATEST STYLES hlbsssHßH CHERRY, OAK and WALNUT. mmWLWm HnIH ShNbE B * ,t """'"rgast lias Is 1 Hw BH II Borton. We . slnti. oral ■fl range with .11 the ware and pip. - % Uflßflga9 HgS complete mr only 814.00, and BBa] P% * hot closet range all ware and MB plpe ""aP l "' '»r only SSO.O...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 5. I JAKEs) OOX, > I Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE, MASS., APRIL 30. 1887 {Terms, In advanoe, I •S.OO per an nam. 1 PRICE FIVE CENTS. jfe® fjjttss, %\)t ijambrt&ge Jjtea* SATURDAY. APRIL 30. 1887. ADVERTISING RATES. Each Square, (one Inch,) Ist time $1.00 " " each subsequent insertion .50 All advertisements will be charged at the foreColas; rates, except when special contracts are ■ad*.

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THE BURIED TREASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

THE BURIED TREASURE. "John," sai.l Mrs. Lester, as she and her husband sat on their, little front porch in the cool of the summer evening, ''when do you mean to cut down that old tree, and to dig up that great black stone out of ihe way? I've got to hate the sight of them, and I am sure they spoil the looks of the whole place." John Lester glanced lazily over the trim front garden, which his wife had taken so much pains to make bright and attractive with grass plots and flower-beds. "Oh, I'll do it before long, when I have time enough, and ain't feeling too tired with my day's work!" '"But you've been saying that for over two years," his wife replied, impatiently, "Why not make up your mind to do it at once, instead of putting it off month after month! 1 Yoa might begin this evening," •he added, rather hesitatingly. "A Httl» digging around the stone, now and then, would help to loosen it, and so there would be less trouble in getting it out of the way at last." "I don't see why you ...

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A $15,000 Prize. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

A $15,000 Prize. At the receut drawing of The Louisiana State Lottery, held Mart-h 15th, 1887, one of our citizens was made happy by the announcement of ticket Xo. 66.551 drawing the First Capital Prize of 9150,000. Thomas Falvey, of this place, was the lucky man who held a one-tenth ticket of that number, the official announcement of which he received a few days after the drawing too a place. His portion of the prize was $15,000, which amount was •promptly forwarded to Mr. Falvey on receipt of his ticket. Last Saturday the money was paid to Mr. Falvey through the First National Bank of Columbia. Mr. Falvey has been a boatman for many years past, and has been untiring in his zeal to gain a livelihood. Mr. F. is now nearly 70 years of age, and at this stage of life, the handsome gift he has just received will no doubt place him in comfortable circumstances. He received many congratulations from his numerous friends.— Wriylitsville (Pa.) Star, April 8. The lucky man's letter to the ed...

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Dogs of War. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Dogs of War. The Prussians, who seem to press everything into the service of their army, have now impressed "watch-dogs." The "watchdog battalion" is trained to carry news from the advance posts to the main body in despatches tied round their necks. They are also employed to w aru the outposts of an advancing enemy in the bight, and to hunt up wounded men or stragglers. The dogs are attached to each company of Chasseurs.

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That Tired Feeling [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

That Tired Feeling Afflicts nearly every one in the spring. The system having become accustomed to the bracing air of winter, is weakened by the warm days of the changing season, and readily yields to attacks of disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the medicine needed. It tones aud builds up every part of the body, aud also expels all impurities from the blood. Try it this season.

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —The Ladies of the Grace M. E. Church held their monthly sociable at the Chapel on Cottage street, on Tuesday evening. —Bey. C. H. Bo we, a former pastor of the Charles Biver Baptist Church, Is delivering a series ot Sunday eveuing sermons on "The Last Things," at his church In Whitman. , —Mr Chas. E. Boyd, has been appointed Director of Music of the public schools of Waliham. He is to cmtlnne in Ports mouth N. 11., giving up his work In Concord N. H. to engage nearer home. —At the annual meeting of the Firemen's Belief Association on Tuesday evening' Thomas J. Casey was elected President; Edgar H. Locke, Vice President; Charles Emerson. Secretary; William B. Cade, Treasurer. From the report of the treasurer it appeared that #173,53 was paid oat for relief during the year and #70 received from all sources. The fond new amounts to *4739.44. —The Cambridge and Ochestral Society feasted on Tuesday evening to the number of 75, on a choice banquet served by Miss M. R. ...

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Literary and Dramatic Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Literary and Dramatic Entertainment. The Young People's Literary and Dramatic Club gave a very meritorious entertainment in Conservatory Hall on Tuesday evening. The place waa crowded to the utmost, many of the friends of the pupils being unable to gain admittance. The farce of "Who Speaks MP was presented with the following cast: Capt. Charles, Master C. E. Wiggin; Mr. Militant, Master W. Stewart; Potter, Master G. H. Cox; Mrs. Militant, Miss Mamie Leonard; Smart, Master F. Pptts. Recitations followed by Master Bert Buffum and Miss Lillie Jones. "My Turn Next" was presented with the following dramatic persona-: Traxicum Twitters, Master W. V. McGill; Tim Bolus, Master T. J. O'Brien; Tom. Trap, Master E. 8. Bensons Farmer Wheatear, Master F. L. Soper; Lvdia, Miss M. Smith; Cicely, Miss M. F. Cox; Peggy, Mia* S. Braslin. Miss Blanche Pierce and Miss Kittie McXamee next followed with recitations. The whole concluded with "Anything for a Change," the cast being as follows: Mr. Paul Hon...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
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r |f you fry to us*ttht __. L__i __L________fl________L__^__a_Pa^^_al .} Bfl p*W_R___J Satne tobacco tor both bM_S_B I cAdWin6 and SrnorCin^ aaa-Tai I* i !3fc_i *_**___! Y O -' 1 ' /.ave either a boer I c^ew or a /> oor __.__. ■ _#• If Y ou c^ew^y aW filer, is not only The , _ +l Jier cent more, looacco Wian flhvotter brand or Similar tburtlity and is therefore trie CHEAPEST in the market Every b.u6 is sramped FINZER'S OLD Don't take, any ot/ier. ARE YOU ABOUT TO PAINf? THEN OO TO 131T1*I>ITT Ac WHITE'S, Wb*r* you wUI find BEADY MIXED PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, OILS aud VARNISHES. Also Granite Floor Paint. Laavtaiaa dry *r. Two co*.* may be applied in half an hour. Thoroughly dry iv Uminates. Excellent IoS-loon. iwak, B*d and Tellow simple.. IX'—Op > I*ll nassr HAKDWABK, PAPER HANGINGS, *S*l tnornuL squa_e, - oambeidgepokt. yAL_j"^AFE*RS. Picture Mouldings and Friezes. HOUSE PAINTING. FRESCO. Mi. -ALSOMNIXG, WHITEMXG, PAPER HANGING. Callings, Cornice*, and ...

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