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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

ESS COMPOUND BmUCT^V^t 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 tlie blood, and we ask you to try Hood's Pi-niliar Sars 3P— l ' la - It strengthens r__UllCtr alld bui],*;, 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- "J"— l+ccvlf lar curative powers. No ' O lIS —II other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have Bade 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 S.-.rsannrlll.'iisso'.d by .-.11 ■_ugrjal— Prepared by C 1. Hood & Co., Lowell, Majs. ' 100 Doses One Dollar ■

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

IS_! POWDER • Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength ami wholesomeness. More economlca than ihe ordinary kinds, and cannot be gold in competition with the multitud.'of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. RoTAL Bakin<j Powdi:.. Co., 100 Wall St.. X. Y. To the Depositors OF THE C-IMIIItIIGE BATIK. BAM. All depositors «lio have not handed in their books since June 10,1887, are requested to do so for examination anel comparison with the books of the bank. For the same a receipt will be given, and the hook will be delivered iv about one week from the date uf its being left at the bank. Ca—iiridge Savings Bank, By Oscar F. Allen, Treasurer. li Harvard How. Cambridge, .June L'g. ISS7. je2s—tf I'lllillEWßmilwlffl, The following Depositors' Accounts exceeded the limit according to the Public Statutes, Chapter lie, Section 34,—0n the third Wednesday of January, ISST* Sect. .14. Every such corporation shall once In liv...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

C. C. W. FULLER. BOSTON VM PURE CLOTHM. «•, in o. 550 m._%_iiv sTitJEET. MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. | THE BEST MADE. In all the 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 STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name the LOWEST PRICES RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. OVERALLS and JUMPERS. No. 550 MAIN STREET, Odd Fellows Building. W. M TOWNSEND, 4b Co* SPBUCE FIUICES. WK ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames S ch_£li. k at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED. As these Frames oome by rail exclusively. G-ZEO. "W\ a-AXiIED, 336 MAIN STREET, - Oambridgeport Xicrw s_=_:o_3s Are now in season and are cool aud comfortable. We are well stocked in all colors. MENS' $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. LADIES' $1.00, $1.25, $1....

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Elections of Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Elections of Officers. —The burning of Hght materials in a dwelling on Charles, street, caused alarm 7on Monday afternoon. —Oeßeera Scobey, Jones and Skellev, from Station' 8, were detailed for duty at the band concert on the Common last Tuesday evening. — Jeremiah Desmond was fined $75 and costs in tbe Superior Court last Monday for the illegal keeping of liquor at his place, 166 Bridge street—Mr. B. J. Brogan, who gave a recitation at a benefit entertainment at the Howard Athenaeum, Boston, last Monday evening, received a very flattering reception and a full quota of well merited applause. —At the regular meeting of Local Branch. No. 183, Order of the Iron Hall, held last Tuesday evening, Messrs. Adams, Barry, Steams anil Hutchiugs were appointed an auditing committee. At this meeting two new members were initiated. —Officer M. J. Whalen arrested Jeremiah O'Brien, aged 18 years, on Thursday for an assault upon a conductor of a horse ear and for throwing a atone thr...

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MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

MOUNT AUBURN. —The eastern corner of the pond is lieing rip rappeel witb stone several inches higher; the work of excavating continue- : aliout at pouuels of oat meal mixed in ***** dri—_Bg water, are consumed by the- men a week. —Alexander Me-Dejiialel i* -upplviiu; granite for the finishing of the work at Stony Brook. —Rev. Henry C. Hite-he-o'-k ..f the Wet .•somerville Congregational Church, pre-ae-he- at the Chapel on Sunnday next. —Mr. Ix*e ha* set out several climbing vines in front of hi- greenhouses, which will greatly improve the appearance as summer pfogfnmea. —The old water pipe which was formerly uieed to connect thi- di-trict with the supply, was taken up last week. —Mr. B. L. Bi--ell celebrateel the Queen*! ■lubilee by fireworks and a display of bunting.

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Have you tried those doughnuts of Thurston A Hall? If not, do so at once. —Officers Deeluin and Pike seized a quantity of liquor at the Ininau Square Hotel on Thursday. —Mr. James Mellen and family of B■exstreet, are enjoying the season at their comfortable summer residence at Aunlsquam. —Thorndike's cool soda water and botanic beer are just the beverages to assuage thirst, and therefore his custom is quite large. , —An entertainment will be given in the vestry of the First I'niversalist Church by the Loyal Temperance Legion on Tuesday evening, nt.. to which all art- invited. Admission lo cents. —Miss Henrietta J. Wells of this city graduated at Wellesley College on Tuesday, with the degree of bachelor of arts after a four years' course. —Patrick Cassidy. ■ years old, residing at 4 Hampshire court, 'was "found dead- iv had ou Tuesday morning. Heart disease i;, uscrilied as the cause of death. —On Friday. ***** Ist, the picnic of the Loyal Temperance brigade will ...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. — t apt. ******* T. Davis ami wife of Lancaster street, will pa** tin* ********* ut Aiuiiixjuam. —.Mr. 11. 11. Verxa and family art' at South (toba—ai!, w inn' tln-v Intend famta** ti* ******** mouth*. — lir. John X. Soiucrs, conier of Dw—tl striei't llD.l Neel-tll mm, lm* jjollt' to Allti'.'olli*ll. X. 1!.. v. In re he- i» «iij.i\ inir a well earned vacation. — Ke\. A. X. Whit.-of Hi.- Kirst I'liiversulist ( liureli'cef Mi,- port, iireaelieel in tile* Xortli Avenue I'ni\er*ali.-t I liiireli la*t Suiielav iiioruin'.'. —Mr. Andrew J. I.ovell and faniilv of Forest street, have ***** lo Eat 4 ********** tor the summer, to he absent till the lirst week in September. —Tuft* College Alumni Association bas an aide president in Mr. A. X. Denisoii. who lias recently been eleeteel to that oilice by tile member, of that lioely. —Mr. C W. Kingslev and wife have- retail—Bed home from their Western trip, after an absence of several mouth*. Their many friends were all...

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WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

WATERTOWN. —The tax rate this year will lie 9—LM on $1000, less than it was last year, but more than it had lieen previously for several years. —This is a good place for tire risks; the last fire alarm was February 2*. and only three since January 1, one of these lieing for the Kliot Church in Newton. —Pequossette Lodge of Masons celebrated St. John's Day In the Town Hall, last night. Strawberries anel all the good things of the season were served in abundance. —Several convictions for liquor selling have lieen made against Watertown parties in the Waltham police court, the latest lieing the weltknown citizen. P. J. Kelley. who has appealed his case to a higher court. —The graduating exercises of the High School were held iv the Town Hall Thursday night. Miss Lillie F. Stone made the class fropheeies, and the class oele. written by Miss lora M. Eine.-son, was 11 very tine production. — Rev. Mr. Macy of Chieopee will fill Mr. Wilson's pulpit on Sunday, ami last evening Rev. Drs. McKe...

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A Remarkable Cure of Deafness. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

A Remarkable Cure of Deafness. PARKMAX, MlB. Messrs. I. S. Johnson * Co.,— I am going to tell yen almut my cn*ein part. Some thirty years ago I used to be tr.mbled with cough, anel threw up mucus, junks of hard matter. People said it was catarrh. I took Dr. .Marshall's snuff. It would make nic sneeze, and give relief for a short time; but the trouble grew worn.. Some fifteen years ago it got so bad that I had to breathe out of my month. Ten years .go it caused partial deafness, which increased, and for the lust six or eight years I have been stone deaf in my right ear, anil vecy hard of hearing iv my left ear. I have taken doses of physic, imwelers, anil pills, from various physicians, nnd applied blisters, with only temporary relief. But of late I am getting permanent benefit—for I have been taking Johnson's Ano.iyne Liniment for tbe last live months. In a short time after I commenced taking it and applying it to the ear according to the directions, there appeared to be a lame roun...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Sunday Services. First Uxiversalist Chcbcii. — Rev. A. E. White. P.ste.r—Sermon by the Pastor, 10 3t» A.M. Sunday School .nd Pastor's Bible Class 12.111 P. M. Praise Service, 7 P. M. Tbe Sunday morning prayer meeting of tbe Cam bridge Y. M. C. A. will be b.ld dune 26th, in the Broadway Baptist Church at 8 30. All men cordially invited to attend. naoAUWAV Uai-tist Chi'Kch.corner Broadway and Boardman street. Key. E. X. Chandler, pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A M., by Bee. G. 1.. Wrelin. Sabbath School and Bible Class at '_' P.M. Sabbath ScheeU "Floral" Concert at AM P. M.; Siuging and speaking by tbe children; ******* by Key. Mr. Eveleth aud a Native Karen. All are invited. ST. PainS'l CuiKiH. Main street.— Rev. E M. liusbee, rector. Service, at 10 and ltl.;lel A. M., and 7 P. M. Sr. Piiii.ii*'.- Cm hi v, Allstou street, Sundi.v School 4.13 I*. M. Service aud sermon a P. M. Old Cam übi nu e Baptist Chikch. Key. Frank lin .lohnsou. D. D., pastor.—Preaching by thepastor at 10..1H A. M. Th...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Married. AAKON-SCIfMEI.7.KB—In ihi. city, Ist lust., hy Key". Tinimus Bickforil, Mr. Joseph Aaiou tee Miss rarrie Se-hlnelzer, both of this city. BUT!— KS—HE-MAS—ta Huston, 2lith in*t„ by Frederick .1. Stark, Ksep. .Icisticc of the Peace, Mr. .lohn W. butters, Jr., lo Miss .Minnie Heltn.'iei, both "f 'hi* city. Unit::-- wnI.KIiKYS- In lbl. city, ad inst., by Bmeg. A. leaves, Ks.|.. Justice of the Peace. Mr. Wil.oieil liorrto Mi-s Annie M. Wolfieys, both of this city. IIUM.OI"—IiAMciNS—In this city. Istle inst.. by Key. lieorgc A. Tevvkaliuiy, Mr. Jiielaou Diinlop tb Miss Louise 1 lanions, both of this city. MAHONEY-KLANAIJAN-In this city, li.th inst., by Key. .lohn F. Uroilcrii-k, Mr. Daniel Mahoncy of Sotiierville to Miss Nellie Flanagan of this cily. .Me DONALD—STKVF.XS-In this city, 21st Inst.. by Key. li. /.. Uray, li. D , Mr. Norman McDonald 10 Miss Edith S. Stevens, daughter eef X. T. Stevens, Ksif., I. .th of this c-ilv. M.U'.TEI.I. -lIAUKIS-lii'thi, ,-itv, beat, by Key. Natl...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Died. BABTUHf—ItI till. city, ttt lust., Thomas Hartley, M vtearee, 111 lliientlis, 1- clays. BUN—NFONT—2tot inst., Mary 1,., daughter of Alfonse: and Sarah Hieiienfotu. 1 year, 3 month*. COLK—lata ln.t., Mabel X., daughter of Ivory F. and Klla F. Cole, 1 year, I month. CONN—LI— Bit ln.t., .leilla, daughter of Michael and Cathailiia Coimel!, * years, -J tines., re dsys. CASSlllY— St*t ln*t., I'alrlck F. Cassidy X years. IKINOVAN—I7tIe inst., .lohn, son eef Patrick and Margaret lioneevaii, n tnemihs. UAI.LAOHKB- ITtb ins!., Katie, daughter of John and Mary Gallagher, -'! years, l tneentli. HUBI.KY—'-'lst ileal., Mli'lm.l Hurley, 47 years. JnIIAXSKN— '.'lst Inst., Wi.lor H., sen at Aaron O. aid Bertha Jeihatisen, 1 year, 4 months. KKI.LKHKK— IMb inst...fames X.,2 years, ID in.,*., Il'days; i!lst inst., Tlieiusu, 15 years, 7 mouth*." days.'iliildrcii eef dames and Ellen Kelleleer. I.AVVI.KSS—I-lli inst., Maggie Lawless, I'l years. Me I.AI'CUILIX—I7th inst., Kuiina It., daughter of Alf'...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

AYETD'C Sugar-Coated M 1 Lll O Cathartic If the Liver be- Ql I 1 Q comes torpid, if tbe I I L—lL . bowels are constipated, or if the stomach fails to perform its functions properly, use Ayer't Pills. Tbey are invaluable. For some years I was a victim to Liver Complaint, in consequence of which I suffered from General Debility and Indigestion. A few boxes of AVer's Pills restored me to perfect health. —W. T. Brightney, Henderson. W. Va. For gaan 1 have relied more upon Ayer's Pills than anything else, to > Regulate my bowels. These Pills are mild in action, and do their work thoroughly. I have used them with good effect, in cases of Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, and Dyspepsia. — G. X. 31iller. Attleborough, Mass. Ayer's Pills eared nic of Stomach and .Liver troubles, from which 1 had suffered tor years. I ********* ***** the best pills in—le and would not lie without them.— Morris Gates, Doivusviile.X. Y. I was attacked with Bilious Fever, which was followed by Jaundice, and...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

DKS. IMUH - CHAPMAN, CITY OPTICIANS, .mi: Main Sr.. CUXMBMI i*i»kt. .8m ladM nm. Kyo OfetaMQ .iciuratMy litte<l. QM-M- re;tttir.M nmi lt-uflcr. r<->*-i. Baifßfafl ti«*n m\_**— .'(m - DR. E. S. FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN '.Store wilh C,.\V. llai.ilewi*l,oa Diamond Dealer.i 24 BEDFORD STREET, - BOSTON. Kulining through to 41 Avon Street. WX***nt Jtyo lilaseee, Bpeetan-le*. ObocM** Field ami Maricee cllasses, and everything iv the line of OptiW». eTiive Special Attention to the examination of the llenoiu Eye ami the m lellllcall adaptation unci proper adjustment of the correct lenses for .11 ccerreetoMa defect, of vision. Koch—nj. for examinations. Kcpairinir neatly executed. myll—3in

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

New Advertisements Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOR— Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIKABLE LOCALITIES. BABY CARRIAGE FOR SALE. APPLY to F. O. FELLOWS, 142 Washington street, Cambridgeport. Je2s—tf Franklin Council No. 50, Royal Arcanum. ON AND AFTER July 5, 1887, the meetings of this Council will be held in CENTRAL HALL, No. 2 Central Square, on the First and Third Tuesday Evening! in each month. Je25 2w SAM'L D. YOUNG, Secretary. J. CLOSE, Christian Scientist or Mental Physician Having connested myself with the Boston College of Metaphysical Science, my office hours at my residence, 121 Prospect St., Cambridgeport, will now be from 4 P. M. to 7 P. M. JelB-3m 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 Frutti, Neapolitan, Caramel, Coffee, Maraschino, Peach Cream, Frozen Pudding, Roman Punch,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IK PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catch tlie public. A long experience in business proves to us that rlr-t class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING l-JTOOI--•Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST CLASS GOODS Of Ihe leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. . A Choice Stock of PABLOfi, LIBEAEY, OHAMBEE and DIIfING-EOOM _TJENITUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTOH, » VELVET, BEUSSELS, TAPESTBY and WOOLEK CARPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STRAW MATTIITG, ART SQUARES, RUGS and MATS. j (!ASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers. 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - - BOSTON. .-Stbools—Slusieal. ; ARCHIBALD J. HOUGHTON, CertilWated Sen. Div.Trinity College, London; Sen. lnv. Ist Clrss Honors Mu>U?hl International College, London; altk> Soviety ol' Ari..-, J.omlun, two diploma*, ami other te-tlmonl...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Co f d—goigixU. TO LET. APARTMENTS In Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., ' near Anstin street. Apply to Leaxdeb Ureelv, 113 Broadway. myl4—tf TO KENT. NEW and convenient apartments,or single i\ houses of frum 4to 8 rooms each. Rent 813 to $20 per month. Ready March-Ist and April,lst. Apply at No. 5 River street. febly—tf FOR SALE. LOT OF LAND on Bigelow street, containing about 6000 feet. Will fell low for cash; or to a party that will build on it no money will be re quired. Apply to A. E. Turner, 105 Court street. Boston. " jun-4—tf FOR SALE. MIDDLE LOT on Main Street, between Lee and Hancock streets, about 16,000 feet. Also, one Carryall Coupe, and one Top Buggy. June—4—tf S. S. AKNOLD. , FOR SALE. rjiHE BUILDIXG AND LAND now occupied by ' X tbe Cottage Street (Grace) M. E. Churcb. The lot has 6900 feet of land. This presents a favorable opportunity for investment. Apply to Key. N. B. FISK, No. 10 Fairmont Street. apd—tf Lot of Land on Cambridge St. f FOR SALE. ADJOINS the elegant busin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

"Ctgal Hotitta. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To tbe next of Kin, nnd all persons' interested lv the Estate of Harriet Turner of Cambridge, in said County, an insane i-jiwn, ' GREETING: | WHEREAS, John Pierce, the Guardiau of said ' insane person, has presented his petition for license to mortgage certain real estate therein specified, of his said ward, for the sum of fifty-two hundred dollars, for tbe reasons therein stated. You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be holden at Cambridge, in said County, on the second Tuesday of July next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any you have, why the same should not be granted. And said Guardian is ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once a week, in the Cambridge Press,a newspaper printed at Cambridge, three weeks successively, the last publication to be two days, at least, before said Court. Witness, George M.Brooks,Esquire, Judge of said Court, this twenty-f...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

&_rtu>n SaltsAUCTION SALE. SATURDAY. June 26th. at 3 o'oloek P. -..th. Wooden Building 483 Main Stekkt, to b. Uk.n down and removed within Ut. days. All Mak, si one, and lead and Iron pip. to be left on tb. I—nit isei. Term, cash at sale. JelB—2w• By AT WOOD _ WELD, Eeal _«ute jfajjft _ Auctioneers, 518ear8 Building, Boitoo. Kiecuior'i Sal. of Heal Estate. »' Bj license of llie I'robale Court for the County of Middlesex, the subscriber, executor of th. l.tt will and testament of th. late Sarab a. Oesooon, will sell at public auction, upon tbe pmmlteni. oft the twenty-ninth day of June, eighteen haul red and eighty-seven, at four o'clock in the aft-moon, the houte aud lot on Cambridge atraat, iv Cambridge, in taid County of Middlesex, being A CERTAIN PIECK or parcel of laud tltnattd tm said Cambridge, with the dwelling house t—araon standing, bounded and described as follow, to wit: Beginning at tbe touth——tarry corner of laid premises on Cambridge street, fonu...

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