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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
B__Jk._i 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 ofdoubtfUl character; practically recommended by other manufacturers in imitating it. None should be deceived, however, as the word WELCOME and the Clasped Hands are stamped on every bar.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
■Slotjriug, tU. Spring and Summer. 1887. Our importations for the Season are complete. R. F. DEYEREAUX, Successor to DEVEREat'X 4 LI.NDSEY, 387 Washington St.. aprlC-Sm Boston. NOWIS THE TIME TO SECURE YOUR SIMMER SUITS, __.-Vl&gt; N. J. O'SHAUGHNESSY, 533 Main Street, Cambridgeport, ha&lt;&gt; a large stock of foreign and American goods, which he Is prepared to make into fashionable garments at tin* lowest prices. A perfect tit and good workmanship warranted. EXTEAOEDINAEY ANNOUIfOEMEirT. By cutting out the above advertisement, with this notice, aud presenting the same, you will receive 10 per cent, discount on your orders during the next 30 days. JAMES STEWART. EMCercliaiit Tailor, 57 8 .ll.ilJ*' STREET,. S, .Established 1872. - Woolonis FIA'E *fo*%7^ T.itE ORIA'G. -s^» 418 Harvard St., - Cambridge. "" Bartholomay Brewing Co.'s FAMOUS ROCHESTER LtHER BEER. A Splendid Summer .leverage. Pure, Delicate and Sparkling. ITS KEEPING QUALITIES IS UNEXCELLED. In Hal...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
Catarrh elys mkLyV^m CKEAM BALM Head - Alla y s P^^ C °-s£Ls E *M_| Inflammation. Heals tlie Sores. ____■ / Restores the mmmmsr Seuses °f Taste, Smell, Hearing. ■g^pK^V-*^■•'■.'. | A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 50 cents at Druggists; In- mall, registered, 00 cents. Circulars free. ELY BKOS., Druggists, Owego, X. Y. FURNACES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Repaired, -BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith and Sheet Ironworker 21 CENTRAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDGEPORT. WORKING CUSSES*™.™?. prepared to furnish all classes with employment at home, the whole of the time, or for their spare moments. Business new, Ujcht and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cents to $5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to tbe busluess. Boys and k-Hs can earn nearly as much as men. That all who see this may send their addn-ss, .and test the business, we make this offer. To such as ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
V' HOUSE FURNISHERS. V• BOSTON, MASS. &amp; PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST MOUSE FURNIStoIftG ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND. Carrying: tinder one roof, (the Great Nassau Hall Building, 897 Washington St-, Boston*, Mass.) each and every article that goes to furnish a well-equipped house. Parlor,CMier, Dining: Boom ai KitaFomilire; Mattresses, Pillows, Cirpets, Crocker}, Glass Wire, &amp;c„ li Endless Virtetf. Sold for CASH or on INSTALMENTS. We *eiU _^j^_^ Sell $100 Worth of Goods for $10 Doici. and $10 fcp!W_^___Hß_-«WS« per Month, or $SO tcorth for $5 Down and SU mmt _■_. per Month. GOODS DELIVERED FREE _U to all DEPOTS in Me., X. JET., Mac*., B. 1., &lt;t Conn. VJ EOO!£ lu______H| FURNITURE, sS^^B' ALL T'-'F SiH LATEST STYLES i^^HHH i^_-^_^_Hl^_H-H-[ CHERRY, OAK and WALNUT. BHHI HAll __S____U Best snd largest Una la ■ HIPS iKI ll Boston. We s single oven ■1 __■___! j_____l ""**■ wuh ail ti " wan ~* p-p* ftS complete for only •Ie.OO, snd HH-Hn __!__k hot clo * e "...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 13. I JAMES COX, 1 1 Editor aad Proprietor, I CAMBRIDGE. MASS.. JUNE 25. 1887. ( Termi, _-. a-ranoe, 1 I SS.OO peer annum. &lt; PRICE FIVE CENTS. Jfk jjfiMm •—TIT—DAY. JUNE 25, 1887. ADVEKTISING KATKB. Each Square, (one inch,) Ist tun. 11.00 *. a. each subesequent insertion -60 All advertisements will be charged at ta. forefo*M rat.., except when special contract* are WA***.
[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow. BY HELEN ADELAIDE RICKER. Author of "Thorns and Koses." '. i- CHAFFER 11. I must take you back twelve years dear reader; it is quite necessary, I assure you. • Mattie. Palmer reached her own door, accompanied by Clarence Webster, in the rosy twilight of a June day. I The purple hills nnd durk shadows here and there; the uoisy trout brook tbat went tumbling over its rocky bed at no great distance from the door, scut up a softened murmur as the two stood on the vine-coy- * en*d porch. i Mattie had been strangely silent during the drive home, hardly replying politely to , the remarks of her companion. Now that he was about to say good bye, her young heart gave one great throb and then was almost motionless with a keen, new feeling e-nfpsm. She bravely smothered it, however, as she took his hand and said firmly: "Yes. I will answer all your letters. Good bye." ('lnrence sprang lightly into the carriage, lifted his hat witli a pleas...
Vigor and Vitality [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Vigor and Vitality Are quickly given to every part of the body by Hood's Sarsaparilla. That tired feeling is entirely overcome. The blood is purified, enriched aud vitalized, and carries health instead of disease to every organ. The stomach is toned and strengthened, the appetite restored. The kidneys and liver are roused and invigorated. The brain is refreshed, the mind made clear and ready for work. Try it.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
—They say that the English Cambridge crew can't get money enough to come over here, and row against our boys. Matters are beginning to look brighter. At one time it looked as if the Harvards would have to bribe their formidable rivals to stay at home.
HOW UNPLEASANT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
HOW UNPLEASANT it is to see a beautiful child's face disfigured witvile humors, bursting through the skin in pimples, blotches and sores, aud sadder still, when the young and innocent are laughed at and twitted iv all such cases. Parents should give them that good and pure remedy. Sulphur Bitters, which will search and drive out of the blood every particle of humor.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
—It is proposed that a paper shall be published at the cost of the city of Boston to chronicle the proceedings of the municipal government. Hum! Better make it a book. —Avoid the use of calomel for bilious complaints. Ayer's Cathartic Pills, entirely vegetable, have been tested forty years, and are acknowledged to be the best remedy for torpidity of the liver, costiveuess, and indigestion.
Graduating Exercises of the English High School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Graduating Exercises of the English High School. The last act In the drama of school-life to the graduate* of the English department of the High School waa performed on Monday evening at Sanders Theatre, the parents and friends completely tiling the spacious room. In order that justice may be done to each exercise we will take them up as presented on the programme, the first number being an overture by Richardson's Orchestra, which discoursed the richest music during the evening. The "Latin Salutatory," by Agnes F. Collier, foliowed.and was a fine production throughout,—the enunciation and pronunciation such that those whose Latin had become rusty could readily understand. Next was "Astronomy, illustrated, by George H. Oxford, Nettie A. McKinnon, Carrie F. Colburn, Alice M. Smith and Margaret O. Mulloncy, who told of the "Telescope," "Its Magnifying Power." "Glimpse, ot Planets," "The Surface of the Moon," and "Shakespeare and the Moon." This exercise was rendered very simple to the...
Northern Mutual Relief Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Northern Mutual Relief Association. Mr. J. 11. Morgan of Lawrence, General Agent of the X. M. B. A. is meeting with success in his canvass to increase tbe membership of Cambridge Associates, Xo. 9 of this city. Mr. Morgan comes well recommended. He it a member of Needhani Post No. 89, G. A. B. of Lawrence, and is also a member of tbe Order of United Friends, being one of the twenty-two who founded the order. There arc three lodges of the Northern Mutual Belief Association in Lawrence with a membership of nearly four hundred, which hat been instituted by Mr. Morgan. The Order waa incorporated in Massachusetts, September 19,1888, ami its membership is confined to the New England aud Middle States. It has called thirty assessments, and pays a full benefit of efe-2,000. One half the amount Insured for la paid to the beneficiary of a member who is permanently disabled from doing any business through sickness' or accident. The home office of the Order is in Boston. The amount of the weekl...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
CHEW £Vfcd special I y w/'f/i th*!* T L dHonesty &amp;j»rfm W CHEWI,NQ TOBACCO the best is "the cheapest, 'oId HoNESTr conTains 2© bercent more ibtacco "W_an any otfter brand of similar flUa'i'Jy."ffiis tofcacco isfor che**'mb qnhf and tt»r for only W , „ „. • John FTn_er *Jtro'S.,Loui»Vi/i_ | Ay. iOTTABLE WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCK CHAIRS. BUIIDITT Ac WHITE'S, OEHTB-I. SQUARE, ----- OAMBBIDGEPOBT WM. H. WOOD &amp; CO. DEALERS IN Lumber &amp; Building Materials OF 1 ___J__l_ JE_II_VI&gt;S. We otter a special bargain in SHAVED RED CEDAR SHINGLES, Durability unequalled by any other kind of wood. GUTTERS FROM OREGON PINE, Best Gutter to be had in this market. Lengths to 4.1 fi*et. RED CEDAR POSTS, and CYPRESS OF ALL THICKNESSES, _~* Inteaelias Parckawra arc rer«a«.terd ta 1...k ■• Onr. #*) BROADWAY, COE. THIRD ST. Wm. H. WOOD &amp; 00. |l = I~F. O. LYON, _____jil__b-- fatc__a_er\ Jeweler, El CEL S_ *~ ° 13 Mm ST ' Cambridgeport...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
SHIRT AGENCY. / / \ \ THE CELEBBAT - ED B DRESS SHIRT. \oi , fgf Tbit Shirt ll guaranteed to lit and pet better than any Shirt Mad. to \ j jj/JI Order. Every person knows that the set of th. bosom and na.k-b.od it \_}, . /Of th. principal part of a shirt. The " Elghmi." Patent Shirt is mad. only \— ■}. Ll from tbe best material, for lirsi-claiet trad.. Th. bosom can be worn a \~ rJI week without a break or wrinkle; and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. fe ,#/ Price, ...laundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \\ It The "Eighml." He-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wamsutt* Musl \ / / Un, 1900 Linen bosom. \\ / / Price, Unlaundered, 75c. j Laundered, $1.00 Emu. \ AT FOR SALE ONLY BY tsTwf JOHWr W ' JORDAN, II Ba^.. w :;, t s'r.. 198 COURT BTBKET. opp. Sodblirjr, BOSTON. McHugh, MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKER. Monument**. Headstones, Tablets, etc, etc. ( einetery Work of every description a specialty. No. 43 MAIN STREET. - - CAMBRIDGEPORT. loyT—3m. Next door to the Transfer Station, near West Bosto...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Dea. Geo. W. Chlpman of this city had a very narrow escape from instant death on the afternoon of Saturday last. An insecurely fastened hammer in the hands of an employe at his residence on Brookline street, flew from the handle and struck Mr. Chipmaii on the head, knocking him senseless. His physician tells us that a very slight divergence of the utensil would nave proved instantly fatal. There are few men in the community whose sudden taking away from various interests of very great importance — religious, benevolent and financial—would prove so serious in its results to organizations and individuals. We understand that Mr. Chipman is rapidly recovering from the effects of the accident.
Modest Greatness and its Reverse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Modest Greatness and its Reverse. There are few facts in nature or human life more striking and significant than the almost invariable union of merit aud modesty. It seems indeed one of those divine marriages made in heaven. We niean signal, unusual merit; there are plenty of men of good ability of various sorts who have very decided views of their proper place in the world of business, or letters, or art; what we maintain is that the world's greatest scholars, and poets, and scientists, even warriors—although in the latter instance there are striking exceptions to the rule—have generally been men or women who placed an unduly low estimate on their rare endowments of intellect or moral force. Let us consider a few prominent characters by way of illustration. Tbe name that will naturally first sug gest itself in this connection is that of Grant—the modern American soldier, par excellence. There were scores of Major Generals, hundreds of brigadiers and innumerable officials of lower d...
Reminiscences of Sixty-five Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
Reminiscences of Sixty-five Years Ago. Just sixty-five years ago yesterday. June Jlth. lift! 2. I win present at the laying of Ihe corner stone of the Ist I'liiw-r-alist Church iv Cambridge, which was dune with great ami imposing masonic ceremonies. A large procession was formed at the room of th** Amicable Lodge, which was then in the upper room of the school, bouse on Franklin street, [which building was removeel in 1*153) anel proceetled clown Main street with music and in full regalia to the -pot where thi: services took place, which consisted of prayers, singing and an address |,y Kdward Dickenson, then a student with the late Dr. James P. Chaplin. Afterthe laving of the* stone wiih the usual masonic form ami ceremony the proeessiou was reformed and mare-heel tee Fogg's Tavern, corner of Main and Douglass street-. where a dinner was provided at which the puuch was not omitte-el. and what remaineel after the baneniet was distributed freely to the Ikivs and others w ho were peaae...