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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
For Toilet Use. Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and freshness of youth, causes it to grow luxuriantly, eradicates Dandruff, cures all scalp diseases, aud is the most cleanly of all hair preparations. AVCD'C Hair Vigor has given me ™I tR O perfect satisfaction. I was nearly bald for six years, during which "line I used many hair preparations, but without success. Indeed, what little hair I hail, was growing thinner, until I tried Ayer's Hair Vigor. I used two bottles of the Vigor, and my head is now well covered with a new growth of hair. — Judson B. Chapel, Peabody, Mass. LjAID that has become weak, gray, -If-lin a i„i faded, may have new life and color restored to it by the use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. ** My hair was thin, faded, and dry, and fell out in large quantities. Ayer's Hair Vigor stopped tlie falling, and restored my hair to itoriginal color. As a dressing for the liair, this preparation has no equal.— Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, M...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
ROYAL BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot he sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y. TO LET—Nice pleasant tenement of four square rooms, to family without children. Rent $13. Apply to 74 Sacramento street. lw* PHAETON BUGGY.—For Sale Cheap. In excellent running order; new wheels, recently ironed. Price $15.50 cash. Inquire at 28 William street, cor. Magazine, Cambridgeport. 1w* OCEAN SPRAY FOR SALE or TO LET, THE VICTORIA COTTAGK on Wave Way Ave., has 7 rooms, all furnished, newly painted and renovated, all ready for occupancy; a good piece of property to buy for a summer home or investment. Terms easy. Apply to GEORGE CLOSE, 243 Broadway, 1w AT The Old Drug Stand, 288 BROADWAY, can be found a complete line of Wright's Fine Perfumes AND SACHET POWDERS....
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
C. C. W. FULLER. MEN'S BLUE SUITS $8.50 OTHER SIMMER SUITS, $8.00. SUMMER STRAW B^_____23sS__ ____.' I HATS. The above cut shows our 50c. MACKINAW HAT for Men, the best hat you ever saw for the price. SUMMER UNDER-WEAK and HOSIERY in full variety. Complete Suits of Under-Clothing for 50c„ and up to f 6.00. 561 Main Street, - - - Cambridgeport, BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHING CO--VO. _&gt;_50 _M__*-____-V _*IT]R-SET, MEN'S, CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. THE BEST MADE. In all tne New Styles for Men, Boys and 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 I STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name tbe LOWEST PRICES;RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. OVERALLS and JUMPERS. No. 550 MAD STREET, (kid Fellows Building. IF. X TO WNSEND, &amp; Co. SPRUC_TpE_4_IM WE ARE P-KPAKED TO FUKNISH ...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. —A Progre-Mivc -whlat party wa* held last trrpptpa; at the reaktence of Mis* Ullie Hawkins. -—Tho BbM Cambridge 'Cycle Club made arun J*J-**—* I*** Sunday, where- dinner was partakes of. —AaKy Degree Lodger. Daughters of Kebekah, So. 16, contemplate, making a visitation to the Lynn Lodge tha latter, part of this month. —Dr. Charles H. Farnsworth and wife, of Xo. 170 Cambridge atreet. sailed Thursday for Europe, from Efcst Boaton, on the Cunard steamer Cephalonla. —A children's concert will be given In the Universalist Church, on Otis atreet, tomorrow evening. A very interesting programme has been arranged. —The petition of the St. John'a Liteiary Institute, asktost the Legislature to urant it permission to hold additional personal aud real estate, has been granted. —John J. Long. Xo. 9» Cambridge atreet, is a practical pluml-er and put titter, and has a corps of competent assistants. All orders, whether by mail or otherwise, receive prompt and personal attention. —Fr...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
WATERTOWN. —We are to have electric light-. —The ofticers are making it hot for the rumseilers. —A council has i&gt;een called for Monday. Juue ■Jfith. at *.' o'clock, to consider the relation- Utweeii Key. M. Wilson and the uiciubers of his •■hurch. —Two at least of the pre-ciit board of selectmen are making theiuselve- very unpopular— one l,y iiis course ~:; tiie special ottieer question, and tin-other by his picayuni-li ways with the town's poor. &gt;o say the gtMsips. —The l*' ■..:)■ i_—croa.po-ii.g lla tajmi faate who liave purchased the IwautiTol i'.ivson estate, rame oat the other ilay and "vi vveil the landscape o'er." They measure! and staked and estimated, and iv other way- I untied their plans for bringing tin. property into the market. M"hat they need ami must have is rapid transit. The land Will seven or eight mile.- from City Hall. Boston.--an hotit'- ride iv the horse ,_r«. and half aa hour by steam. B—l neither steam nor hone ,-ar- touch this particul...
A Good Record. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
A Good Record. Rev. Mr. Ilarrell of the I'nion Baptist &lt; hun-h. having iiompletcl hi., tirst year of service, preached to a good audience Mimlav evening a sound practical discourse from the Ist Th—Hk 5.21. and gave a very creilitalde review of his ministry, viz : Had made over .'lon. vi-its: received to membership of the church.:*!: baptied 28; administered the Lord's supper on every lirst Sabbath monthly: performed T marriage.; officiated at IT&gt; funerals, noi all of his own church: and assisted in all Ihe praise, prayer and Sabt-ath school meetings of the year. .Money raised and paid over. fu—l—St. L fpppp Mid earnestnesi presage a successful continuance ut hi* labors with the Divine blessing. B.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
OV-F.RHK.AKt&gt; BY AN KvESHKI irrKK.—" When ■# ami I started out we had nothing hut our clothes, feather l&gt;c,!. small cook stove, and wash tut). But there's my son Johnnie, eartiiin.31* a week, anil what docs lie do when he and Carrie I&gt;elaney set their heads together to gel l-arried!' lie walks up to that dig linn on tVashiugton street. (What's their name &gt;lax■rie?) &lt;&lt;h. it* B.A.Atkinson ,t I'o.. and par* down forty or liftv dollar", ami thiv have titli'd up a bouse for him in great -tv le. once a week he throw. ■ tern dollar- to tli.'in. which i- m-ver missed, and h. ha- a home tit for a prince."
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Strawberry festivals are now in order. —Burditt A White, Central square, have the latest style of hammock. —Holmes's low shoes are cool and comfortable. Just the thing for the season. —G. CW. Fuller has »oine neat designs in summer suits. His straw hats are neat. —Charles S. Hardy has sold to Caroline X. Whipple, for $3,000,' laud and building on Jay atreet. —Those doughnuts of Thurston .t Hall's are immense. —Geo. E. Davis has sold to Lizzie A. Davis, for $3,000. land _t:d building on Ashburton place. —Many are the rutin, ladie- who look forward to Class Day v" ith most pleasurable anticipations. —The no-license lav; has been ill operation in this city about si\ weeks and our population still increases. —Children's day will he observed at Prospect Street Church next Sunday by a special service in tbe morning and a fiorii! Sunday school concert in the evening. —The Columbia* of Cambridge po.t played a fame of base ball last Saturday with the lioslinale Stars nt R...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Loyal Temperance Legion Met—tag at Front street schoolhouse this afternoon at 3 o'clock. —The Feast of Corpus Christi was observed with due solemnity in all the Catholic churches last Thursday. — Edward Mcliibbon.druggist.its Broadway, has been appointed wholesale and retail agent for Major's celebrated cements of New York. —The four ('rand Army posts of this city will take part in the ceremonies attending the dedication or the Arlington Soldier's Monument next Friday. -The new storeof Messrs Young A Glass, 110 Washington street, is one of the handsomest in Boston. This linn makes a specialty of interior decorations, draueries, artistic paper hangings, aud window shades. —Wood Memorial Church and Sunday School will hold a basket picnic Tuesday, June 21, at Lily Point (irovc, Waltham. Barges have been engaged to take the party to the grove. and a good programme of games" and sports has been arranged - —Mrs. Seaman of 41 Market street, would like babies to board. A...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
That TlreU Keellnc Afflicts marly every one in the spring. The system having liccoinc accustomed tv tin- bracing airof winter, is weakened by the warm day s of the charming season, and readily yi&lt; tsdj to attacks of disease. HnA Sarsaparilla is just the medicine needed. It tones and builds up every part of the body, and also expels all impurities from the Idood. Try it this mjag,
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Sunday Services. Charles Rivkr BAi-nsTCurKi'ii, Putnam Ay. and Magazine street. —Kbt. W. C. Kiehmoml. pawtor. I'reacbing; by Prof. Q. H. Wliiitemore at I') 30 A. M. nia I. M. by Key. X. T \\ hitman ■•f Allstun. SundiiV Heliool at l.:»ii I*. M, Suiul iy 5,h.&gt;..l cmerf at Ul P M. Prayei n.ectin-;. Friday evening, at 7.45. I.WI L"Mvt:it?*ALlsT CiifKril. -— Key. A. X. White, ttetor— M CMMl &gt; M-tr Suinlav." in ;u» A.M.. Talk t«&gt; thechililreu by tin- p;istoi'. l_.ln Sumlnv School and Paster* liiblc Clasa. t'..:;o P. M. Sunday sell mI eoaecrt, The Suivlav Mfl-M prawr M-Mltaf "f ihr-Cam bridjfe Y. M. I . A. will be held June li'th. in t_M Harvard Street M. X. Church at X :'&gt;o. Al! men cur dialiy invited to attend. Sr. Pktek's Chirih. Main street.— Key. X M. (iiishee, nrtor. Services at In and 10.:;n A. M , and 7P. M. St. Philips Church lA.M*. and 4P. M. PRiiSI'K(TSTIIEKT(;oNOR_(iATIi'NA] ClltKcnThe i«__t..r. Key. I&gt;. N. Bt-a.li. will pn...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Married. DAM Mi'KKl'SoN In lotiiil. Ith inst., hy Key. .loin, I. I:, ii. Mr. Charles n. Dam at this city to Miss Halle Niekerson ~f I'otclt. DESMOND- LEONARD— In Hoston. sth inst.. l.y Re*, -lohn J. (irittlu, Mr. Michael A. I lesuioud of Hoston to Miss Marearet Leonard ot this city. DKAKK— McAI.I'INE-la Ihls eily. Till inst.. hv Key. Ijeo. A. Tewkshury, Mr. Augustus M. Drake of Hrooklyu, N. V., to Miss Ida I. McAlpinu of this city. OKKI'.N -BstCEKTT—In this city.rth inst., hv Re*. John P. Bro.lcrick. Mr. -Jeremiah I'reeti le -Mi.s Kmeline 1.. 0. He.kett. both ot this city. HAVEN—RICH—Ia this oily, sih |~st., l,y Key. George A. Tewkshury, Mr. Geoige X. Haven to Mi-s Mary A. Id. h, hoili ot tins ,ity. HUNT -B HOOKS- In this city. Ml, iust., hy Key. Kdward 11 Moll, Mr. I iceman Hunt to Mi-sAh-hie I). H0.0k.. I„,lh of this .itv. Mi I.Al'lilll.lN -111 XXX -In this citv,,Ma inst. hy Key. .lohn !•'. Hio.l.rick, Mr. William .McLaughlin to Mi-.* Vl-iry HiirUe, hoili ot this city. UEDV-- Kllt...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Died. IHTlfl -TTT Talaa-elll 3d inst .Martin, sou of .1 Ii ti and Susan Dunlavey, 7 yeats, r, months. DAY—lth inst., Italph Day, H years, « months, •.-» days. (HKNK'ITT_—(ta in»t., T., son ~f Qaamps I. and Catlierine liuenetto. :i ni.mthti, ■.' days. Q A .ITI.V- t'lh mm., .Michael, Sep ~f ntaa and BrMaet —atoley, l veat, 5 _waa%g&gt; Hi 11: I'M*TT—M inst., Catherine, wife of James Hart 10-tt. i.l years. lIAMII.I, iN-sth inst., Killel M., ,-i years, 4 months. Hi .lays; Dili inst.. Helen X.. :: years, H inoulhs, SB da\ s, daughters uf .Joshua i. atid Alma A. Hani ilton. HOVT-ln Lowell, Tth Inst., of dropsy, Kniiua .I. Hoyt. Bteadaaaatat of the late Samuel C. Knights, 3.", years. MuI.I.EK—I.-t lust., Peter A. Midler,oyear*. MASON—"th inst., (leor-re C, -on of George D. aud Annette 1.. Mason. 'J mouths, 7 days. O'CONNOR—9th inst., Cornelius d. O'Connor, -I yrs. BTKWARI -."ih ii.st., Alice X. Stewart, ■ years, In mouths, T, days. Ttlo'd.vs-iithiiisi.. Alinira, wile of Kllia D. Th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
GorO *&gt;i. \ co-ram BmucTX^^. //^ y®_F SpE-_/i) The importance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pure blood -ou cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs s food medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's Pan ilia r Sarsa I &gt;arlll *- It strengthens rCCUIIai a-_ builds up the system, 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- ~T~. I + -.-,|f tag curative powers. No ■ '*' 11561T ether medicine has such a record of wonderful caree. If you have i_a_e up your mind to boy Hood's Sar—iparllla—lo not be induced * * take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla is so: J by r.Il druggists. Frep-red by C. I. Hood _ Co., Lowell, ___«. JOO Doses One Dollar
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
DKS. KHKKY i OHAP«4*«. CITY OPTICIANS. MS Main Si,. I a\imium;i. torn r. Sim-* lac lea and &gt;.&gt;■*• (il i**-.'. acctirat*-l&gt; tiLte&lt;l, (mMNI r„i*airt.*il aiitl l_n*_rt SatinfaiHon iftiaranieeii. HijTfl !■ DR E- S FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN S;..r.- with C. W, I*'Al,i»win. tlie I Harm.ml Dealer.) 24 BEDFOED STEEET, - BOSTON. Iln lining through to II Avon Street. Elegaat Kye Ula-i-Hs, spectacle-, Opera. Kiehl and Marine ('lasses, aud everything in tiie line of Oplt-c-l _»*&lt;*. We I'tve Special Attention to the examination of the llum'in Ky,- and the scientific .titif t.tion tncl proper adjustment ~f the ,-,,rrect lenses for all c,,rreelah—i defects at rMea Me afeacg* f'»r aaaaftaationa, Repairing neatly eeeeatoe". mjII It
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
Hctu Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOR— Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. ! Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIRABLE LOCAIITIES. Early Express. SAVAGE &amp; CO Now run an KAKLY EXPKESS t-» connect with early train* and steamers from Boston. Railroad and Steamer Time Furnished. Orders to insure prompt connection mustbeleti the day previous nt our office, 60C Main Street, next to Holmes' store. SAVAGE Ai CO. BELCHER'S ICE CREAM DEPOT, 440 Harvard St., Harvard Sq. Fancy Creams and Ices of every description, such as Kafa Pafa, Brown Bread, Pistachio, Tutti Fmtti, Neapolitan, Caramel, Coffee, Maraschino, Peach Oream, Frozen Pudding, Roman Punch, Fruit Ices, Currant Sorvette, Pineaple &amp; Orange Sherbets. All or the FINEST OUAI.ITY. -6n__i Grocery M 206 and 208 Cambridge St. IN STOCK.—A buTf* variety of the best German, French and American (iroceries, -Liennun MuctHni,, Swi.l.l &lt;"bee?**-, Nciifchatel Cheese, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED I\ PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to eatclitbe public. A long experience in business proves to us that tir-tclass goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING l_.T-OC._Ei_ Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST GLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PARLOR, LIBEAEY, CHAMBEB and DINING-BOOM FURNITURE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WIL.ON, VELVET, BBUSSELS, TAPESTRY and WOOLEN OABPETS| OIL OLOTHS and STRAW MATTING, ART SQUARES, RUGS and MATS. €ASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 2.1 HashiiiKlim nnd 87 Friend Sis., - - BOSTON. .S-cbools—Stusical. ARCHIBALD J. HOIGHToS, Certificated Sen. ]&gt;iv. 'J'rinity College, London ; Sen. I»iv. latCbtta Koaoia Mu&gt;ieal International College, Ixnidon; also Society ot Arts, London, two diplomas, and other te-iiiuonials is ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
€a Ifti —J-x Sale TO LET. I BURNISHED FRONT CHAMBER, up one flight, near Central square; reference required. Apply at 191 Green street. my2l—tf TO LET. APARTMENTS in Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., near Austin street. Apply to LeandeOkeklv, 113 Br—ulway. myll—tf TO RENT. "VJ"ICE, NEW and convenient apartments,or single _..! houses of from 4to 8 rooms each. Kent 913 to tttOper month, lteady March Ist and Aprll.lst. Apply at So. 5 Kiver street. febl6—tf FOR SALE. MOne-aml-ahalf Story Cottage House of 11 rooms; Fresh i'oud water; excellent drainage. The lot contains about s,'iikj feel of land, with fruit trees and grapevines. Pleasantly situated. For furtker particulars apply to B. RAFFERTY, 12 Harding street. J4—2**,* FOR SALE. LOT OF LAND on Bigelow street, containing about-SOW) feet. Will sell low lor cash; or to a paity that will build ou it no money will be re quired. Apply to A. E. Turner, IUS Court street. Boston. jun4—tf "for sale. ~ ' MIDDLE LOT on Main Street, between Lee and Ha...