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SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE / Cod Liver Oil, with Hy popho.phlt.s. For Children ami Fu'tnonary Troubles. Dr. W. S. Hoy. Point Pleasant, W. Vs., says: "I have made a thorough test with Scott's Emulsion in Pulmonary Troubles and General Debility, and have liven .astonished at tin- good results: for children with Rickets or Marasmus it is unequaled."
Cream and Cold Weather. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
Cream and Cold Weather. What a luxury is a luith in summer. &gt;iin ly but a greater luxury i- a clear head in winter: just when alinust everybody is sii,-*-/in*/ aiul snirtlinir with a cold in the head. lint when you are attacked u»e Ely"- Cream Balm. It cures cold in the head, ami what is better, it cures tinworst cases of chronic catarrh ami hay fever. Xot a liquid, not a snuff. Pleasant to use. Quick relief. Kadical cure.
Sleep as a Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
Sleep as a Medicine. j The cry for rest hits always been louder ] than the cry for food. Not that it is more | important, but it is often harder to obtain. • The best rest comes from sound sleep. Of :two men nnd women, otherwise equal, the one who sleeps the best will be the most moral, healthy nnd efficient. Sleep will do much to cure irritability of temper, peevishness and uueasincas. It will restore to vigot an overworked brain. It will build up and make strong a weary body. It will cure a headache. Indeed, we might make a long list of nervous and other maladies that, sleep will cure. The cure of slt-ip-lcssness requires v clean, good bed. sufficient exercise to produce weariness, plcasent occupation, good uir and not too warm a room, a clear conscience and avoidance of stimulants and narcotics. For those who are overworked. haggared and nervous, who pass sltepless nights, we commend the adoption of such habits as will secure sleep; otherwise life will be short and what there is ...
An Imperative Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
An Imperative Necessity. What pure air is to mi unhealthy locality, j what spring cleaning is to the neat housekeeper, 'so is Hood's Sarsaparilla to everybody, at this season. The body needs to be thoroughly renovated, the blood purified and vitalized, the germs of disease destroyed. Scrofula. Salt Rheum, and all other blood disorders are cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the most popular and successful spring medicine.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
A book of rules for playing lawn tenuis has lieen published, but it omits the most important rule of all for beginners, which is: First get your lawn. —A sound body and a contented mlml are necessary lo perfect happiness. If you wish to possess these, cleanse your blood with Ayer's Sars:i|iarilla. It is perfectly safe to take, ami Is a thoroughly reliable, highly concentrated, and powerful blood purilier.
Sound Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
Sound Advice. Julius Caesar Smith was inquired for, and asked to come forward to the president's desk, and when he had complied Bro. Gardner said: •Dats a chestnut bell, sah." "When you start out to sell chestnuts you ring dat bell, eh?" "Xo. snh. I ring de bell when anybody gets off an old joke."' "Oh, I see. What efleck does it hey on de odder person?*' "J—l doan know, sah." "What c-ffeck does it hey on you?'" Julius Caesar shifted about uneasily, but -didn't reply. "Brudder Smith." continued the pre-i- ! dent, "a pusson who am fool 'nuff to pin one of dose things to his west doan know I an old joke from a new one. Dat class of j pussons who cry 'chestnuts' and 'rats,' to give the balance ob de world an ideuh dat dey am smart, am really de only class without brains'nuff to keep I hern straight I in de road. You walk ober to dat winder an' drapdot bell into de alley, and de sooner you get the ideah dat you doan know inore'n all de world put together, de better it will be for you. ~...
Advertising That Pavs. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
Advertising That Pavs. '•I find that advertisements are often unreli- , able, that you don't always find things just as represented. In fact I have come to look upon ! those who are continually advertising to sell goods at less than cost with suspicion," said a | lady in our hearing the other day. There is a ! good 'leal of truth in the lady's remark. How I much belter for merchants to always represent j their wares just as they are. To charge a fair profit ou all they sell. The dealer who offers to j sell sugar or any standard article for less than it can lie bought for at wholesale must overcharge ' on other goods. The fair and square way is the best and most successful. We could name inauv ! who have always practiced this rule. A promt- i nent house that never advertises anything they i have not. is Brine &amp; Xorcross, of Treniout and I Washington streets, Boston; whatever they say j in the press concerning their goods can be relied ' upon. The public kuow this, and the...
Accidents [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
Accidents aud how to deal with them, and other valuable medicail information, will be found iv Dr. Kaufmann's great Medical Work; elegant colored plates. Send three 2-cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway &amp; Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
At the examination for the baccalaureate degree, the professor of physics aski-il the candidate, "What is the best insulator known?" "Poverty," w»h the reply. Writing a letter is, to many people au irksome task, but it isn't half so irksome as it is to hear a lawyer reading your letter aloud five years afterward in open court.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
JtfiBSJES ■*»" M fe Short Honrs nimiit For Wo^ n the bsstand safest Wash- &gt;fflV d/M§ lag Compoand fan-—n. P&gt;. $1 TyT It Prodttoss better results -'-' wim-*m\ with a prsater laying ot l^r^A Tims and Labor jl^ntiHUt,. ia Washing sod Hanse- AA^L?^-~iMWK) cleaning, than anything is?_2Kf . jrst ißTsnted. \z3%Av Wuhyour Dishes, Glass- %.sY\**ruM wars,Windows,Curtains, '?:M I |H|| Jewelry, Silver, ia fact _ W IW e— —rtUag, with it. Try ' nHa it in the Bath, and note y AW*r* ■US-penority-rerßoap Wjft O UWANO Hew.reorinilt_i.in,. The MtWASI* 1 *' '"'"t Genuine stwsy. bears the nc A Dl Ikir tuT\ IT shore Symbol •nd name of KLHKLIiIU V\V 11 JAMES PYIE, New York. I THE GREAT | iGerman Remedy! BTRUTHSFORTHESICK.g ■ ,I Trr , tKiusTfle3llyTTr-BffwT!nilßT!M ■ BllloosSpellsdepend for a case w here .Sil HI ■ inSlLl-HI.KBITTE—I PHI.'B BITTKKS Will HI Hit will cure you. not assist orcurc. It||| Hthattircdandallgone cu-anse the vitiatedn ■ fecllnu; If bo, use bio**! when you secUl ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
BAILEY il HA_TKIN! Successcrs to CHIPMAN'S SONS &amp; CO. I •*a_. _*-fi Thlg is not an instalment stoic, ■ but a tirst-class Carpet House. XothitiK but Carpets of ail Kinds, Mats, Ruj?s, Etc., But we will sell to reliable parties. (Su'puli at the Lowest Oaßh Prices, by paying ■ part down, ami tin' balance by the week or month. All of the instalment stores charge 20 to*9B per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods to all at the same price, This is the only Exclusive Oarpet Store '" Boston that has ever made this offer. Cor. Court and Hanover Streets, BOSTON. LADIES Can now, by calling at CENTHAL VUACHXRT, 47(* Washington Street. Hoston, nearly mmA( Temple Place, or at KTOKEU'S IJLKACIIKKV, *i 73 [ Washington Street, head of Beach Street, hay tlieir Hate cleansed or NMffd aud made into the Latest Spring Styled. &gt;iew Patterns received daily. »pi_ —3m SPMG MILLIEE! HATS and BONNETS Trimmed in the most artistic mauner, for"i 0 cts., 75 cts. and $\. A la...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
justness CariJs. W. A. CURRIE, D.D.S., (Surgeon I&gt;entl»t,) Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. , At Bon ton Dental College Friday Afternoons. WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Nurgeon X&gt;ei_titst, 613 Main St., Boom 1, Central Square, CAMBRIIXIEPORT. Residence,—No.'.'» Fayette Street. r. Aun umiTp Depaty SherilTof Middlesex County, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS, OFKtca: No. BU Main St. Telephone ~.M3. liostou Office: 2.1 Court Street, (Beam 11.) BITLER, DASA &amp; MlkSo\, Attorneys awl Counsellors at Lai, 34 SCHOOL STBEET, BOSTON, Room* 34 »v.l X&gt; Saving-* Bank UuiMiug. J. H. Butler. .lumen Dana. William Dlckimn WE H. MARTIN. Attorney &amp; Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, nihl CAMBRIOUEPORT. tl " SEGHABDBOH 4 HALST~ Attorneys ..Counsellors at Law Rooms 39 and 40 Sogers Building, 1209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. B.HICBAKDSOIf. I. B.HALS ".• Mr. Hale's residence is 3d7 Harvard street Cambridge. tf. c. fVappleton^ i Gentlemen's Shoes, 13 COURT BTREET. BOSTON ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
(flotbiug, tit. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE YOUR SIMMER SUITS, .A.rv_&gt; N. J. O'SHAUGHNESSY, 533 Main Street, Cambridgeport, lnu- a large Mock of foreign an.l American go-oil*, ■kick lie ii» prepared t«&gt; make into fanhi&gt;&gt;uable garMOtl at tli« lowest pritM, A pttfiCt tit ami good workmanship warrauteU. EXTBAOBDINABY ANNOUHOEMENT. by cutting owl the above with thin notice, and presenting the same, you will receive 10 per lent, dlfeount ou your order* during the next :ui days. * ~~ i ~Tw**^^^^r ±m mTWWmW ma * ""^*____-^ .IA mTBS stewa r t. Merchant Tailor, 578 MAIJT STREET, Spring and Summer. 1987. Our importations for the Season are complete. R. F. DEYEREAUX, Successor to DEVKKKAt'X * I.I.MiSKY, 30* Washington sit., xprlC-Sm Boston. Kstabllsl.t-d 1871 •N. Imported FM'E TAIEORIJVG. *• 418 Harvard St., - Cambridge. """ i : . ■ Mjlumbtng anj&gt; (?as -fitting ' LEVI HAWKES &amp; CO 131I 3 1 it inl&gt;e-r is, Hh—lli—l'J l Wo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
insurant*. STTppi"~* tC, Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STREET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets otany Company in the United States i i London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., - Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, " The Old and Reliable insurance efigency." W. It. Hastings &amp; Co. \wm Apnts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, Kmat t'ninbridge. So. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston ty Office hours in Boston from 1 to 3 P. H. UHOEKH SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY A1-T-XDKD TO. Losses promptly adjusted ai heretofore er. b. bastihos. r. w. hxiiihos. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1886. SURPLUS JANUARY 1, 18S7, ■478.936.16. Diviilemls on 3 year Policies, 70 per cent. Dividends on all others, 50 " J. 8. SAWYEB, Agent for Cambridge. OFFICE, - BS9 MAIN ST., Cambrld geport Office hours, 8 to 10 A. M., 2 to 3 P. M...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
CatarrH bly ' B WFJ fl""'" BALM EP?£AM BAA)*,! Cleanses the Head * Allays £A Heals the Sores. E*- . KestoreB t,ie &lt;S&amp;z\W SenBes °f Taste. Smell, Hearing. A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied Into each noetrel and it agreeable. Price 00 cent* at Druggists; by mall, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y. Coal anb ftltoo.. Coleman Brothers, DEALKKS Ot woor&gt; MAY and GRAM. LACKAWANNA. SHAMOKIN„ and LYKENB VALLEY FKANKLLK COALS, kept consUntly on hand, at lowest market rates. Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds, Always In stock. Wood sawed and split any length at short notice. Also bntt ends, birch kindlings and sawdust at low prices. Tbe Trade supplied with Bundle Wood. Telephone JS'o. 71A9. Orders b/ Mall or Telephone promptly attended to 91 Broadway, cor. or Sixth St. Aaid SOS WAir. HTB-BT. GEORGE M. SMITH, dacccsser i. HI. L,. SMITH Sc HON, DKALKB IX ALL KINDS OF Hard and Soft Coal. —ALSO— Hard ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
BOSTON ME.I UNHEARD OF BARGAINS in all kinds of Useful HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Sotd for CASS oPon lirSTAJeMXWTB. Wmmtttt BeUslo9 WmrtAmf GooAe fmrSlO Doum and $10 per Month, or SAO srortfc for SS _•-» urn* SS per Mmmtk. OOODS DtTLIYE B-J&gt; FREE to all DEPOTS t» Me., iY. —T., Mm—,, _. _, 0 Ommm. Parlor, Clailer, Hill ilKitcliiiMtm; MATTRESSES &amp; PILLOWS, STOTES &amp; RANGES, Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, &amp;c, 1b Endless Tarlety. PARLOR FURNITURE. CHAMBER FURMTURE. AHairClothParlor Suite £-«l?SSfi l S^S?agP 0 fi !^^*_"_"^£ rocker and four large reception chalra/Thls salt Is NUT HslM SUITE, 10 piece* tlMglWe. tet covered in prime quality of hair cloth, .olid black &lt;£*?_. fift walnut frame., and one of tbe greatest bargains eyrO _ » W. In this city at theprice, with this snlte wa Include a _ w asn s_r fUUalaed had. aad sans '"•^"^ 9 «la«t«at re u U .. fc r.nly ."„-« "_2__? vS_.tli.wS $30,0 Q. the same style bureau, with wood tops, and on* We ...