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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
EOOB'V? WMEIIUtTA^ Wa yg_/»i&gt; 11 ■ I ■ The Importance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich tbe blood, and we ask you to try Hood's D_.&lt;--&gt; ■ 111 _■• Sarsaparilla. It strengthens rtSCUIIdI _~ Dull(U - p jfcg B y Btem&gt; creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- -a-- |x eo |f lar curative powers. No ■ &lt;*&gt; lUKSII other medicine has such a record of wonderful cares. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced to take any other instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One D...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Horace S. Battled, leal Estate Agent, —-OSCambridge Property Only. Offloe, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIRABLE LOCAIITIBS. Proprietors of Summer Hotels. BEAUTIFUL TREES. A New Descriptive Catalogue OF Shady Hill Nurseries I* sent FREE to all who Bend their addresses to m*. Do yon want your hotel grounds beautified in the highest style of the landscape'gardener art.at a vary (mall cost? Then correspond with me and get terms. I do such work; supplying all plants and trees and planting them with the proper arrangement all over New England. Apple Trees, 25c.; Pear Trees, 36c, Lovers of trees and flowers, come here and see these thing*. A cordial welcome. T. _. TEMPLE, Cor. Beacon and Kirkland Bta., Somervllle. apr9-Gw Ladles! Ladies! Of Cambridge and vicinity, I shall open TUESDAY, May loth, at 10 o'clock, at tbe residence of MUS. B. M. BNOW, PLEASANT ST., cor- PLEASAHT PLACE, Scientific Dress-Cutting School Where I shall introduce and tea...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
C. C. W. FULLER. 3 /to /iti\&amp;. Be * * allll cllrt^ 11 il LL • [\/nrT\ e^um ..Bb? a^eß * I &amp;i_ 3 • 13% -fi \ New anc ' P°P l _!s* r -Styles /I iIFM (AT 8PM »« amd senna wBAi, XW WO Suits $iACSI 2.00. iV TiWSEKS fJEIf » tt(H. (361 Main Street, - - - C___ibridgeport •&lt; .j ... • BOSTON ONE PRICE (LOTIHM CO, NO. SSO H__.ll&lt;r STB-BT, MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. THE BEST MADE n *^ e ew SlTl* 2B -* o *** Men, Boys aad Children. THE BEST STYLE. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, THE LOWEST PRICES. NECK-WEAR, UMBRELLAS, Our clothing is made for us WHITE, FANCY AND FLANat our Wholesale Store. We NEL SHIRTS, pay no Jobbers' profit. Cash BOYS' FLANNEL BLOUSES. and Small Expenses enable us STAR SHIRT WAIST_J, to name the LOWEST PRICES RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. p OVERALLS and JUMPERS. No. 550 MAIN STREET, Odd Fellows Building. W. M TO WNSEND, &amp; Co. SPRUCE 'J^Lm. WK ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames M h_?___k at Sho...
... ONLY A TRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
... ONLY A TRESS. A trass et hasattfal soft hnwra hair, W--aa«HUßO&lt;a&gt;oMla*-B-yHght, Wsst aswsr a thread ot whita within It, _*Igaa»oaltt»dly*lc_*to-ii_, A «"B_ of ky Mot_*rs' *ott brow, hair, jEMkaaaahowdsar A*wast, me— — aUthatlak-ttoiMctalilght. Aad I teem tt a preciou legacy. Ia fluKj I Mas* to mbsrin Har relejae* lighted by .yea of grey, A —11* am hat lip, aad a wicoua. word For th. daagkur ah* loved ao tenderly. Ah, thai* n.eShe-1-. heart.! how tried and tru. , steam t*ad.r aad strong ta time of need; la than evar aa hoar when patience fall., Wfesa a aothar 1* not a mother ladaad? Oa* -a_ry wia gold and honM. and land*, Faau.'. laarel wreath may crown them now Or swiaa aad pais aad low may hid. . Th* ltfht that ahoae mi youthful brow. yil—rin maj forg»t, or tan Mid. Ia th* hoax when arast we aaad their eh..r ■at a notlaf. Wth doth Car abide, Aad the loraUght .hineth par. and clear. Ah, what would I gfv. toM.hu tonight. To haar hat veto* or tooeh h.r hand!—...
Private Theatricals. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Private Theatricals. Prirate th_atrlcals are to blame for this annitnral long-log for notoriety that la ysahn np In society; prirate theatricals, Ifcewgh hanalesa. oertainly do no one any (and. When I see people paying a good prlee to see their frienda try to assume esnorttn-i of which they know nothing, and boring themael-rea to death in the endeavor If Ok troth were told, I always think of a woong friend I had who married a girl who had created no sensation in the world. The match was not to bis mother's ambiMojia taste, and taking him to task she begaa to anoserate the lacks in the bride •lew. "My doer sir," she said, -'she has abaolately no talent that I know, unless dreestajr well and having good manners be CaJe-ata." "My dear mother,'' responded the coo, "she ia the best of all things, an appreciator. I love music, but I want better than good mosic; I know where to boy it Cor oa both. I love acting, bnt it ■Mat bo good acting, and that ia for sale at Situs, I love painting whe...
Newspaper Men's Trials. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Newspaper Men's Trials. Oa* of the great trials of the newspaper profession U that its members are compsllnd to tee more of tbe sham of tbe world than any other profession. Through every newspaper office, day after day, go all the weaknesses of the world—all the vanities that want to be puffed, all tbe revenges that want to be reaped, all the mistakes that want to be corrected, all the doll speakers want to be thought eloquent, all the meanness that wants to get its warea noticed gratia in the editorial colnmn io order to save the tax of the advertising column; all the men who want to he set right who were never right; all the cracked-brain philosophers with stories as long as their hair and as gloomy as tbeir finger-nails in mourning because bereft of soap,—all the bores who come to stay five minutes and talk five hours. Through the editorial aad reportorial rooms all tbe follies and shams of the world are seen day after day, and the temptation is to believe neither in God, man or ...
A Much Married Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
A Much Married Woman. Mr.. Fowler, of this city, wss married hut January to ber sixth husband, and strange as It assy aism, rive of tbem died just two year* from their marriage day. Her present husband has been sick for tbe last four months with chronic jaundice, and was given up by four of oor best physicians; as a last resort he began using Sulphur Bitter*, and yesterday told our reporter that they had saved his life, smilingly saying that he guessed Mrs. Fowler would be unable to take s seventh better half for some time to come.— Exchange. —"Be a good boy and don't break your mother** heart, for then yon would be an orphan in an asylum, where you would have to listen to a couple of sermon* on Sunday, and two three during tbe week." said hi* mother," and that boy has been good ever since.
For Scrofula, Impoverished Blood, and General Debility. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
For Scrofula, Impoverished Blood, and General Debility. Scoffs Emulsion of Pare C'txf iicer OU teitk HapophosphiUs, has no equal in the whole Tealm of Medicine. Read the following: "I gave one bottle of -"-con's Emulsion to my own child for Scrofula, and the effect was marvel-ou*."--O. Y. Gray, M.D., White Hall. Ind. —All medical authorities agree that catarrh is no more or leu than an in_am_lation of tbe lining membrane of the aaaa) air passages. Nasal catarrh and all catarrhal affections of tbe bead are not disease* of the blood, and it is a serious mistake to treat tbem a* such. No conscientious physician ever attempts to do so. It la held by eminent medical men tbat sooner or later s specific will lie fonnd for every disease from which humanity suffers. The facts justify us in assuming that for catarrh it least a positive cure already exists in Ely's Cream Balm. —There wa* a hurricane over In Oregon township last ,week, that blew every thing off the ground In section 23 exceptin...
Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Consumption Cured. Aa old pbyuciaa, retired from practice, having had placed ia Ms band, by an Salt India miauoa. ary tb. formal, of a .imp), vegetable remedy for the apaedy and permanent cure ol Con.umptioD, Broacbili., catarrh, A.tbma and all Throat and Lung Affection., also . positive aud radical cur. for Hers on. Debility end all X.rvou. Complaint., altar having tested it* woodciiul curative power. ia thoaiaad* of case., ha* f.lt it nil duty to mike it known to hi. luffering fellow.. Actuated by this motive and a de.ire to relieve human .ntfering I will saad, Ira. of charge, to all wbo desire it, tbia recipe, ia Garmai, French or English, with lul diractiooi for preparing and a.ing. Sent by m.i by addrossiot with stamp, naming thia paper. W A. Noras, 149 Power's Black, Rochester, S. Y.
Row Between the Races. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Row Between the Races. "Yon has a desire to be after makln' more trouble wid yer dirty tongue," said the woman down on the "medder" one night as she reeled across the narrow alley, noisy and berry and shaking her big fist wratlifully in the face of a lull, thin female who stood on the sidewalk un-e;i.-ed, with a baleful grin on her homely old countenance and simply replying, l I guess me und all the other ladies iv this block can't tattle wuss'n you—yer nolhiu' but er paudy Waahlu' mill, any way."' "The devil baste yer. ye has uo more wisdom nor a hin, to git up my rage to that ixlint that 1 must make er Protestant corpse of yes,"' howled tlie woman. "Hold on, old inarm Ireland." yelled the long woman, "the lu.-t time I rid up to the court with you in the Black Marin, you sussed me and thro wed out nasty hints about my Surah, un* if 1 hadn't had twisters on me I'd a lore your gullet out—now you can perceed wilh yer Hibernian style of inakin' Yankee corpses—my hand is free." Then ihe...
Make Home Happy. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
Make Home Happy. If your home is not happy, why, and who is, or who are responsible? are questions for every member of the family beyond childhood to consider. We should not be satisfied with any thiug less than positive happiness In the tabernacle of home made sacred by the altar of love. This can be bad in spite of poverty and sickness, disappointment and sorrow, losses and crosses, age and lonelineseT Her blessed presence will abide though all these things be against her. but will flee from anger and selfishness, indifference and fault-finding, hypocrisy and sin. One sweet spirit can keep her hovering about, but only by the invitation of the majority will she come in, and by the courtesy of the controlling powers will she become a permanent guest.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
—An Arkansas msu made a bullet out of a piece of n plug tobacco and shot it through the body of a wildcat. The animal died. Here we have another forcible illustration of the fatal effects of tobacco on the system. U)OT. **] don't know where. I can't tell when, I don't see how—rfoiiiething of great value to me, and for the return of which I shall be truly thankful, viz.: a good appetite." KtifNii.—"Health and strength, pure blood, an appetite like that of a wolf, regular dlgcxtion, all by taking that popular aud peculiar medicine, lloott'i. .Sursaparilla. 1 want everybody to try It tbi&gt; -tea-ion." It is sold by all druggiat*. One hundred done* one dollar.
THE BRINK OF THE PRECIPICE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
THE BRINK OF THE PRECIPICE. The Mlelil step Hint h.s Proven Fatal to So Many Men and Women. Recently "Senator Pi Ice. ot New Harr.pshire, while talking with a friend suddenly threw up his head, gasped, and without a word fell to tho ground dead. Gen. McClellan went out for a drive, came home and diod in hie chair. Wa. H. Vanderbdt is conversing with Mr. Garrett of the Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad In his own house, mid suddenly falls to the floor dead. A prominent citizen of Boston hastens to catch a train at tbe ' depot, and dies before the train j leaves the sta- I tion. A wellknown society lady of Hartford •vv'.i ile dancing at a reception, suddenly becomes faint, and before she can be conveyed from the room has ceased to breathe. The** are a few of the sudden deaths of which we hear, but the vast number of which we do not bear is thousands. Are tbey all caused by htrt disease ? Do the mysterious beatings of that delicate instrument, that works day and night without .qaasing, atop ...
The New Globe Building. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
The New Globe Building. The handsome brown stone building on Washington street, which has been erected for the Globe newspaper, was occupied by the Globe's force last Sunday, for the first time. It is needless to attempt a description of the structure as all oor readers have undoubtedly seen it, and those that have not are no donbt aware that the management of tbe paper has extended an invitation to the public to iu-tpect lea quarters whenever convenient. Last Sunday afternoon the newspaper fraternity, to tbe number of several hundred, were present, by invitation, at the new quarters and assisted at the "housewarming." Alter the building had been very generally inspected the Globe's guests were invited to the general reportorial rooms where a fine collation, which waa elegantly arranged on long tables, waa partaken of with evident gusto. A« the newspaper men left the festive board they were handed some excellent cig_rs, and ss the "weed" was being reduced to ashes, pleasant social c...
"COMBINES" FOR LUCK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
"COMBINES" FOR LUCK. Eaat Buffalo Excited Over the Capture of Several Lottery Prlzee—How th. Combines Work—A Lottery Favar. East Buffalo is perspiring with the Louisiana Lottery fever, since the announcement was made that one-tenth of the 9100,000 first capital prize in the drawing of tbe 15 th inst, is owned by a -'combine" on William street. Tbe news Was received on Sunday, and on Monday night tbe lucky hit was celebrated by the syndicate hold- * ers of the winning coupon, at the "combine" headquarters, in Matt Metzger'a saloon at 457 William street. Before the jubilation was over another combination was started which numbers over twenty already and will probably be Increased to fifty. Three other "combines," having headquarters elsewhere, are also being formed for the next drawing In the hope and expectation that the lightning will strike East Butlalo again—this time in several places. The members of the Metzger "combine" which captured one-tenth of the 9150,000 prize, or 915,000...
The May Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
The May Atlantic. This is an excellent number of the favorite Xew England magazine. It opens with a characteristic and charming story by Sarah Orne Jewett—one of our very best writers of fiction. As a delineator of quaint Yankee characters, Miss Jewett has few equals, and as .we believe, no superior. Here is a delightful bit from the Atlantic story—"The Courting of Sister Wisby." We quote from a conversation between two of the characters; one of them, a dear old Orthodox, Yankee saint, says, speaking of mullein leaves: "There's odds lit mulleins same's there is in angel's. Take a plant that's all run up to stalk, and there ain't but little goodness in the leaves. This one I'm at now must ha' been stepped on by some creatur' and blighted of its bloom, and the leaves is han'somc! When I wss small I used to have a notion that Adam an' Eve must a took mulleins fer their winter wear. Ain't they just like flannel, for all the worldF' The Rev. Dr. Wm. C. Langdon has an excellent Italian sk...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
d h Short Hours PearunE For Women - t_»W-tsa4safcstWss_- jff\ d/L lag O-iwil Ewa E&gt;. -a TV*"? Paed A* DlnarUd %0F &gt;7_N it fr-sd-MS WtWrm-t. ~«' »op-3 • with a gnatar *»ving ot s^^el Tia. aad Labor ,£_n*dn_e-i ta f--n **-~Ee»- V______ -Wsaiag. *—a aavtaing Jk[-&gt;3» «« -vt-. ■■'^■■■Ig*^3^B "_»T«r__-«.OLur mJWfI -a-hWlsliw,o-r_-t*. ißfll _ _*_ _ _* s—ilf i ___^_n_~___J__ -»fc»iilaHi«w*B*-» oH*u o*s?&gt;|S__ . s **
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 7 May 1887
BAILEY &amp; EA_TKIN Successors to CH_PMA_TB SONB &amp; 00. ■ This is not an instalment store, but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but Carpets of all Kinds, Oil Cloths, Mattings, Mats, Hugs, Etc., But we will sell to reliable parties, Carpets at the Lowest Oath Prices, by paying a part down, and the balance by the week or month. All of the instalment stores charge 20 to 25 per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods tn all at the same price. This Is the only Exclusive Carpet Store in Boston that has ever made this offer. Oor. Court and Hanover Streets, BOSTON. Mind Over Matter!! MRS- SB. E. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, •13 Mais Strut, Room 10. taiabridrnport. Ma**. Another Sever* Case of Eryilpelal Cured, j I was aorely a—llcted with the worst type of Erpaip«la* ia my face, which waa ao badly disfigured and •Wull.n that I wa. obliged to keep It heavily veiled, A part of the time 1 waa confined to my room by the dreadful disease. It would gather a...