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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

BABY CABRIAGES FROM $6.00 to $20.00. INSTALMENTS OR CASH. Kisr*=- These are very cheap and the sale will last hut a few days. LEE L POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON S T. OAMBBIDGE. Corns! Sure Relief. mmWs\Wsw*m% •ll.l'llll — nl'l'l*. srsTsfj'y. ■ f Tutiffl Ul 11 ttitt OR. WHITING, CHIROPODIST, ■ TKMPLE I'IACK, - BOSTON. Corns, Bunions and Ingrownis Nails treated without pain. All diseases of the feet a specialty. Dr. Whiting's large practice in the treatment of all diseases of the feet is sufficient guarantee to all that his ineibod is infallible. Offlce, 5 Temple Place, Boston. l>|*n Sundays from In to 12. Please cut this out. Paiticular attention paid to children. Bartholomay Brewing Co.'s FAMOUS ROCHESTER LAGER BEER. A Splendid Summer Beverage. Pure, Delicate and Sparkling. ITS KEEPING QUALITIES IS UNEXCELLED. In Half ami Quarter Barrels for the Trade. Also put up in Patent and Cork Stopper Bottles for the Trade, Hotel and Family use. Our Kxtra Pale Bohemian Bottled Beer will keep...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Catarrh blys ■Syj;*, JnrniT balm WrmAM BM*JS Cleanses the mM^ff^ut^ 1 Heatl - A"a y s W^^ Coi OtiL & luflanim a t i on. Heals the Sores. MP" / &&BW Be store s the saw .✓ -v-^BB W&msMT Senses of Taste. Smell, Hearing;. - j£sj A quick KeUef. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 60 cents at Druggists; by mail, registered, (HI cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., iJi ugyists, Owego, X. Y. FUBNACES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Repaired, —BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith and Sheet Ironworker 21 CENTEAL SQUARE, CAMBBIDGEPORT. WePhl AptW. 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 he deceived, h...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

V # HOUSE FURNISHERS. V. BOSTON. MASS. & PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN MEW ENGLAND. Carrying under one roof, (the Great Nassau Hall Building, MT Wasarlnsrtnn tt* Boston, Mass.) each and every nrtlole that goea to furnish a w.U-aqnlppad hoaaa. Parlor, Claier, Dining Room ut tUdn Furnitare; Mattresses, Pillows, Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, &c„ li Eidless Varitty. Sold for CASH or on IXBTAJLXEXTS. Wo will _ Sell SIOO Worth of Goods for SlO Down and SIO ssssstsW*sfanf por Month, or SBO worth for SS Down and SS %Mt mm per Month. GOODS DELIVERED EKEE MY to all DEPOTS in Me., X. H., Mass., E. 1., * Conn. M\ FURNITURE, <j9^^S atiTi Tata ■ 9 LATEST STYLES |H^HH CHERRY, OAK and WALNUT. 8881 **ltirlsH BmPM! Bc,t *" nd I » J n*e* t Un* "* ■ HtlPlH HHI ll Bostoe. We sell s slnfte oven M\ MUe Si *»nte wlOa sll Un war. and ptp. wMwAWESMtB complete tor only •lt.OO.sss) I*3 " bot ck>Kt rM «* i * J1 WM * •■* assaJ*aM] aPnwg...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 9. ( JAMES COX, I I Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. - MASS.. A__g_~ _8; <T8877 ■*«£ I Tana., la ad-anc*?! I S-.00 per annum. I PRICE FIVE CENTS. Jfei. JnHMk 2s* Cambridge ${?e** SATURDAY. MAT 28. 1881.

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THE SUBSTITUTE. A TRUE STORY OF WAR TIMES. Good That Game of One Decoration Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

THE SUBSTITUTE. A TRUE STORY OF WAR TIMES. Good That Game of One Decoration Day. It was a bright day in the early part of October, 1863, that John Matthews stopped his horses in the middle of a long furrow he was drawing, to watch with curious eyes, the actions of a United States officer, who was slowly making his way toward him over the freshly plowed groundTf__*P ter the customary salute, the stranger said: "I am not mistaken in supposing that I have the honor of addressing Mr. John Matthews, of Hanover township!" "That is the name to which 1 answer in the regions round about here," was the reply of the puzzled plowman. "Then, this paper will explain my business," returned the officer, taking a legallooking document from his pocket, and putting it into the outstretched hand of Matthews. A swift glance at the contents of the paper caused a change in the countenance of the farmer. "I thought that the quota of our township had been filled?" he said, as with trembling fingers he folde...

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Our New Thoroughfare. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Our New Thoroughfare. Many of our Boston friends and some of the journals of that city have advanced the idea that the new bridge over Charles River will be a convenience only to our citizens and a special benefit to Cambridge. We take exceptions to that view and pre. diet that when the avenue is open for public travel that Boston storekeepers will feel the influence of increasing trade from the Cambridge side of the river. Again, Boston will profit a large amount of relief to its crowded streets by turning much of the vehicular travel from both sides of the river. An advantage will also accrue to our .neighbor of as mwb. .importance aa can be expected to be realized here, and that is the advance in real estate values. We concede that the new artery will develope an advance in real property valuations and open up a large amount of unimproved holdings. We do not feel, as we have shown, that the whole loaf is coming to us, when our neighbors at all points of the compass will share gen...

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Early Closing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Early Closing. The undersigned, the lumber dealers of Cambridge, have agreed to close their places of business on Saturday at one o'clock during June, July and August. John Clary. Geo. W- Gale, E. D. Sawyer & Co.. X. JSf. Stickney & Co., W. H. Wood & Co.

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Open Horse Cars. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Open Horse Cars. To Editor Cambridge Press: — At A regular meeting of the Cambridge Medical Improvement Society, held last evening, the following resolution was unanimously passed:— Resolved, that in the opinion of the members of the Cambridge Medical Improvement Society, much injury to health lias resulted from enforced exposure in open horse cars during the last two months; aud this society strongly recommends that a sufficient number of closed cars be furnished to enable the public to avoid this danger. Frkdkric W. Taylor, Secretary. Cambridge, May 24,18-7.

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No Woman [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

No Woman is beautiful with a bad skin, covered with pimples, freckles, moth or tan. I have lieeii asked many times what will remove these uusightly blemishes. Xo face paints or powders will remove them, as they are caused by impure blood. The only sure remedy I have ever seen is Sulphur Bitters, and in hundreds of cases I have never known them to fail— Editress Fashion Gazette.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

—A correspondent asks: "Is it wrong to cheat a lawyer?" First cheat the lawyer, and then we will answer the conundrum. —If the liver and kidneys are sluggish and inactive, Hood's Sarsaparilla will rouse them to prompt and regular action. Take it now. —Brown—"Hello, Jones? How's your wife?" Jones (a little deaf)—" Very blustering and disagreeable this morning." —Malarial poisons contain the germs of dangerous diseases. If these poisons accumulate in the system, Typhoid. Bilious, Intermittent o r Chill Fever is sure to follow. Ayer's Ague Cure is a warranted specific for malaria.

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Ex-Mayor James A. Fox will deliver the Memorial Day address Id Somerville. —Alarm 6 at 8 P. M. Sunday was occasioned by a slight fire on the premises of Kendall <& Roberts, boiler 72 Main street. —Past Commander George S. Evans will deliver the Memorial Day address at Turner's Falls. —The subject at the North Avenue Unlversalist praise meeting next Sunday evening will be '-The Lessons of Whitsunday." —The reception committee of the Y. M. C. A. are perfecting arrangements for a lawn party to be given in Old Cambridge some time before the vacation season opens. —Alarm 26, Monday afternoon, was a needless one. Sparks from the foundry set fire to a shingle or two on the roof of No. 3 building on the premise*, of Allen & Eodlcoit, Osbom street. The fire was extinguished by citizens. —The Loyal Temperance Legion is preparing for an entertainment sometime in Juno. Meets every Saturday at 3P.M. in Front street schoolhouse. —The Boston J...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

—Only three cents per yard to have your carpets thoroughly cleansed, brussete, tapestry, woolen or hemp included, by George F. Bicker & Co., 818 Main street, near Post Office. Our drivers call for and deliver, rain or shine, all seasons of the year. Cambridge office 27 Brattle street. Telephone 7136.

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

>r -___ sa ___-- s For many a year I've chewed tobacco and I never found any M ==m\ brand as good as Finzer's "Old Honesty." I smoke too, j m WR m an( i *used to use the same tobacco for both, but now I s-bbT EawK'v____.____' _____^WwTs»___-r* m anc * "" Y ou D °y s w\ v w wa&Sfthere's a heap more satisfac-"-__f7l \*r uon ' n *** li ont cost }f any more. When I buy " Old Honesty" I always look for the red "H" tin tag, and then I never get fooled. "Old Honesty" is only made by John Finzer & Bros., Louisville, Ky. ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCK CHAIRS. BUIIDITT *Sc WHITE'S, OEHTBAL SQUABE, ----- OAMBBIDGEPOBT' wwiTh.TwboF lTco. DEAI.KItS IX Lumber & Building Materials OF ALL _KHVr>JSB. We oiler a special bargain in SHAVED RED CEDAR SHINGLES, Durability unequalled by any other kind of wood. GUTTERS FROM OREGON PINE, Best (Jtitter Mbe had in this market. Lengths to IS feet. RED CEDAR POSTS, and CYPRESS O...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Schools —musical. ARCHIBALD J. HOI'GHTOM, Certificated Sen Div. Trinity College, London; Sen. Itiv. bit (Jiaw. Hoiiora Mut-iral luternttiional College, London; also Society of Arts, I.on-ton, two ilinloRRm\ ami other te-i (.monii*ls is open to receive PUPILS FOR PIANO AND THEORY Apply by letter, Archibald J. Houghton, 10- Mt. Vernon St., ap3o Boston. l.w C. M. CLARK, Teacher of the Pianoforte. Ta-tt.na #>.«>_. LESSONS LiIVEV m TIIK EVENING. No 36 Market Street, OambridgeportANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Ooncord Avenue, Cambridge. MI^TIiLMR^HAWKES, TEACHER OF _E* I _A_ IN O F O _R T E has rexumtrd her instractlona since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Cambridge port. Coal anb t_tHooo. Coleman Brothers, DBA-BBS LB WOQ_D HA V una GRAMJV. LACKAWANNA, SHAMOKIN, and LYKKNS . VALLEY FRANKLIN COALS, kept constantly on hand, at lowest market rates. Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds, Always In stock. Wood sawed and split an; length at abort notice. Also butt ends,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

AGENCY. I / i \ ' TUB CELEBRATED \U ' f 1] "EIGHMIE" E |PATEN| DRESS SHIRT. W. \ . i i?/ This Shirt Is guaranteed to tic aud >et tn-uer than any Shirt Made to V . ; Ljl Order. Every persoa'tniows that the set of the busom and ne-k-band is PS i'J] the principal part of asldrt. The " Elghmie" I'atrnt Shirt la made only \«r m/ from the best material; for first-class tra.it>. The boaom can be worn a }£ r-,7 week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. fe I I ffl Price, Unlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \ / / The "Elghmie" Re-Enforce- Leader Shirt made from Wamautta Mnsl \ II ho, ISOO Linen bosom. V> fj Price, Unlaundared, 76c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. \JJ__ J/ SALE O_JL_ BY Infrlng-Mots, us. noneunku JOHN IKE. JORDAN; 98 COURT STRgRT. opp. Sudbury. BOSTOS. T n Jß_A__N_E_: MoHUGH, MARBLE AND GRMITE WORKER Monuments. Headstones. Tablets, etc, r_fl Cetnetery Work of every description a specialty. M No. 4:t MAIN STREET, - - CAMBRIDGEP...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

There is something striking and admirable in the skill with which the driver of a watering cart invariably contrives to lavish the contents of his machine on those portions ot the public thoroughfares which are in least need of, the refreshing and dust-compelling fluid — viz: the streetcrossings. It is lamentable to reflect en the amount of profanity for which these worthy public servants are daily and hourly responsible. The directors of the Charles River Embankment met Tuesday of this week, and in view of the approaching construction of the new avenue across the basin, took measures to push the work of the company's improvements. Committees were appointed for that purpose. The section of retaining wall now built will be undoubtedly extended easterly this season to meet the abutments of the new bridge, and the extensive work of tilling be commenced.

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Memorial Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

Memorial Day. Tbe arrangement- for the observance of this impressive and beautiful anniversary in our city, are, as usual, complete and admirable. Tbe procession, under tbe direction of the able and experienced Chief-Marshal, anil with tbe assistance of hi* aids, will undoubtedly prove an entire success and a popular feature of the public exercises of the day. Indeed, there is every reason to expect, from the reputation of the gentlemen taking prominent parts in the services of the day, that this celebration of Decoration—or as we prefer to designate it. Memorial Day, will be among the most gratifying and successful of any of the lengthening line of these days devoted so largely to the memory of the martyred patriots of the unhappy civil strife.

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The "Installment" System. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887

The "Installment" System. Tbe rapid growth, or general adoption of any ot the numerous modem experiments in tbe sale of various kind, of merchandise Is sufficient proof of their success as means of money-making. This applies with special force to tbe sale of goods on what is called the ''installment plan." It is not. however, its results to the dealer on which we wish to say a word : what concerns us just now is its effect on the purchaser—we may say, perhaps, on the public. It is easy to see wherein such a mutual arrangement may prove of equal benefit to dealer and purchaser, and it is by no means difficult to point out opportunities for trouble and loss on both sides: and, iv fact, in its practical application, the system is abundantly productive of both good r.nd evil. As many of our readers will bear witness, there were formerly men whose chief business is the sale of merchandise on the installment plan, who misnse their legal rights under this system for purposes of the vilest ...

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