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

Clotlftug, ttt. Spring and Summer. 1887. Our importations for the Season ar. complete. R. F. DEYEREAUX, Successor to UEVKKKAI'X A LINDSEY, 367 Washington St., sprl6-3m Boston. NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE YOUR SIMMER SUITS, AND N. J. O'SHAUG-HNESSY, 533 Main Street, Oambridgeport, Lai a In rut* gtock of foreign aud American goods, which tie is prepared to make into fashionable garments at tlie lowest prices. A jierfect tit and good workmanship warranted. EXTRAO_DINA_Y ANNOUNOEMENT. By cutting out the above advertisement, with this notice, and presenting the same, you will receive 10 per cent, discount ou your order* during tbe next 30 days. JAMES STEWART, Mlero_i.&___ Tailor, 578 M*IIJT STREET, Established 1873. iiil»ort.e«_ Wooloiih. FIJTE T.SMEORIjrC. ~~^*Z* 418 Harvard St., - Oambridge. Bartholomay Brewing Co.'s FAMOUS ROCHESTER LASER BEER. A 4|||endld .Summer Beverage. Pure, Delicate and Sparkling. ITS KEEPING QUALITIES IS UNEXCELLED. In Half and Quarter Barrels for tbe...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

Catarrh ' BlY ' B M| I BALM Hea<l ' AUays 9^^°°^%s , **-D| liiflammatiou. EJWFEVERffIb Heals the Sores. Wb* y Bestore *- 1 tlie SenseB of Taste, Smell, Hearing. §aguj A « uick Belief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 00 cent* at Druggist*; by mall, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y. F UJEfcIV ___Cs___S, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Repaired, —BY— SUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith and Sheet Ironworker 21 CENTEAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDQEPORT. WORKING CLASSES*?™" prepared to furnish all classes wltli employment at name, the whole aftae tunes.or for their spare momrnis. Business new, light and profltable. Persons of eltber sex easily earn from SO cents to $5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to the busiiie-sR. Bova and girls can earn nearly as much aa men. That all who see this may send their address, and test the business, we muke this offer. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 25 June 1887

~***_ri _.¥_-*_*» BOSTON. MASS. & PORTLAND, ME. .ftTc*Tl C_"___E_-_Tc_. <UNHEARD OF BARGAINS ii all kinds ol Useful HOUSEHOLD BOOHS. Parlor, Claier, lii Room and iitdn Fnr_itare; Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, &c, in Endles4 Yari«ty. Sold for CASJZorou INSTALMENTS. Weicill SettAlOO Worth of Q*otUforsle Down and $10 per Month, or ttSO tcorth for I*S Dotcn and AS mar Month. GOODSDELItrRKD jritEFtoall DEPOTS tn Me., If. 8., Mas*., _/*, A Conn. I 1?■ eitrTSM ■Sfcli; ~mK_9R____Rfflr mW*\***\****W m I, J~* ' I Wt*f\ w IiVX ft—y t—• it**** ceH Am^ m __K_ti**il__9-i___K - ■ _S ■■ )■ in —j_T _—T'^i.zrfc ; . -;-—rglil pf^^HtljP'ffM^a— -H ■: !> >9 fH B__ __ At prices that are sure to move the goods in a hurry. W. are bound to T.—ml— V. Ev. a full-size- solid BLACK WALNUT Chamber Salt, lO pieces compieu, fcr **%***£ AN ASH SET, full-sized bed, and same style as the above mentioned walnut set, with _. tame style bureau, with wood tops, and...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 14. I JAMES COX, 1 i Editor aad Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS.. JULY 2. 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. I Term., Im advaaee, I f asjao par aaaaaa. ' |flk |f?2**> 2sie {Jamhri&je Jjte $s SATURDAY. JUX.T S. 1887.

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[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow. BY HELEN ADELAIDE RICKER. Author of "Thorns and Roses." CHAPTER 11-[Contlniied.] That night she dreamed that she was in the village and had just come from the Poat Office with a letter in her hand; she could not, very distinctly, see the super, acription on the letter and yet she felt It was for h. rself; before she had time to break the seal a large snake darted up and caught the letter on it* fangs and then ! tinned away so quickly Mattie had no time t.»r resistance, even liad she had the strength; the serpent had eyes like Lottie Brook's, and it* long ugly form waa of the same color us that of the dress worn by Kettle that evening. Mattie awoke with a scream; finding her room dark and still she sank down once more'trembling, but saying to herself. "That comet of Indulging In cheese for supper and Indulging Id unworthy thoughts afterwards; for shame Mattie Palmer!" She again fell asleep and this time she dreamed she was In a ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

—Dr. Richardson, an old colored man, of this city, has an excellent remedy for the cure of rheumatism. He applies the plaster to the feet, with good results. He is located at 144 Pleasant street.

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Complimentary Banquet. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

Complimentary Banquet. TJ» Jttverside Boat Club did the handataMnbkg by Its crew, which won tbe 1 senior four oared race on the 17th of June, in tbe New England Bowing Association Regatta, by giving a banquet at Austin Hall. Union Hall Building, last Monday ' evening in honor of the victorious crew, which consisted of Eugene Sullivan, stroke; Thomas Riley, William Balmer, and Wm. H. Klvlan, bow. The banquet ball for tbe occasion was tatefully decorated with Chinese lanterns suspended from wall to wall, and directly above the head table a large American flag was hnng, on either side of which were pictures of the old and new boat houses, and the handsome silk pennant awarded to the victors waa conspicuously displayed. The silver tntps which are the trophies of the race, were., prizes offered by tbe Boston Globe, and were on exhibition In a prominent place. They are very handsome and suitably Inscribed, the covers are ornamented with a boy holding an oar, and at the base two oars are c...

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How I Felt. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

How I Felt. Why, two years ago I was just about crazy, and no wonder my wife and children were afraid of me. You just want to suffer with neuralgia with no relief as I did until I used Sulphur Bitters. They cured me, and now my wife says I am as meek as a lamb.—Robert Davis, American House, Boston.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

—"Better the day better the deed," will not prove true when you come to dating a deed on Sunday. —Ayer's Sarsaparilla operates radically upon the blood, thoroughly cleansing and invigorating it. As a safe and absolute cure for the various disorders caused by constitutional taint or infection, this remedy has no equal. Take it this month. —This is the time of the year when the farmer hoes his corn all the week and pares it on the Sabbath. —Are you weak and weary, overworked and tired? Hood's Sarsaparilla is just the medicine to purify your blood and give you strength.

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Social Bible Class. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

Social Bible Class. The Social Bible Class, which meets In Odd Fellows' Hall, Main street, observed last Sabbath as fioral Sunday. The platform was very handsomely ndorned with flowers and was spanned in front with a large arch, composed of the same, with tbe motto, "Social Bible Class." while underneath was prettily Inscribed "E-R-Cbainpltn, Leader." The exercises In the afternoon began with a service of song, led by Mr Julius E.Ward, after which tbe study of the lesson waa taken up, "The Sabbath, Its Uses and Abuses." Remarks pertinent to the occasion were made by President Champlln Drs. Stocker and Jones, Mr. Vance, Mr. Ingalls, and others. Mr. Ward sang very nicely. "God be with yon till we meet again." There was also a very pretty floral service by tbe children's department, entitled, "God is Love." At the evenlrsr service, Mrs. E. A. Taylor gave a vocal number In her usual artistic maimer, and there was singing by Mr. Ward and Miss Josle Calef. and a solo by Miss Malta. Presid...

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Floral Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

Floral Concert. A very interest lag floral oonoert waa given last Sunday evealog tn the Broadens*Baptist Church. Tbe platform was tastefully arranged with flowers. Tbe exercises consisted of a voluntary on the organ by Prof. E. L. Gurney. Superintendent E. L. Cheney read the Scripture lesson, Deacon W. H. Flanders invoked the blessing, and there were, recitations and singing by the children and choir. "Tbe King's Garden;" iv three parts, was very nicely recited by Miss Ela Williams, Nellie Dllllnghasftv and Cora Freeman. 'The exercises by tbe primary class, which Is in charge of Mrs. E. L. Cheney, were very pleasing. Bey. F. H. Eveieth. a missionary from Bai-mab, made a fine address on that country, as did also Mr. Hemmay S.. Klaipo, dressed i„ faj, native costume, and who is studying tor the ministry here. The church was crowded.

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Sons of Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

Sons of Temperance. The sixth anniversary of Mayflower Division Sons of Temperance, Worthy Patriarch, Mrs. George W. CblMa, nssa appropriately observed on Monday evening in Knights of Honor Hail. The following programme waa interestingly interpreted: Piano solo, Mr. Carmichael; address by Grand Treasurer, Benjamin B. JeweU; piano duett. Miss Lottie and Cora Freeman; remarks. Grand Worthy Associate, Mrs. Olive Wlllard; piano solo, Mr. Frank Field; readings,' Mr. Andrew Keefe; song, Mrs . R. D. Field; song. Master Frank Megroth; vocal duets, Jennie and Cora Freeman; farce, "Grandfather Blinder," enacted by Past Patriarch Mr. Edgar Allen, Past Grand Worthy Associate, Mrs. Sarah A. Gates, Past Patriarch George W. Childs and Miss Lottie Freeman. Remarks were also made by Most Worthy Patriarch Eugene Clapp and Past Grand Worthy Associate James H. Roberts. "The four seasons" was nicely sung by Master Irving Webster, after which there was a fine collation. The division Is one of the most pr...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

—The two-story wooden dweiring boose No. 483 Main street, advertised to be sold at public auction last Saturday, to be torn down and moved away, less the foundation stones, bricks and lead and Iron pipes, wss bought by John F. O'Brien, for #40.50. Upon the site Mr. VV. A. Taylor, undertaker, will immediately erect a three-story brick dwelling with spacious undertaking warerooms on the first floor, which he will occupy. In the meantime Mr. Taylor may be found at the store of J. M. Oxford, 639 Main street, or at his temporary residence 473 Main street, bell 3. —The second council fire of Massachusetts Tribe, No. 44. Improved Order ot Red Men, was held in its wigwam, Central Hall, Holmes' Block, No. 3 Central square, on Tuesday evening. The election of officers took place as per announcement. Several applications for membership were received and acted upon. The adoption ceremony was worked tn a highly satisfactory manner by Mishawum Tribe, No. 30, of Charlestown. The hunters', warriors...

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

; LooKOuTf"^Eo||j: >V Otxd The foil owia* t»tam/> lfc%s bU»o ofl*e yrOvt, ca b ta-^>^j mm^mmU^mm m a m mm mmmm m m^ 0 : i •J/j 111 bl BaamFaai I CHEWING I ■£ TOBACCO *ft© ' Smode WOCe lii £m| IJ best I leaff ° r *>a4a* B* iaaaa anal I Chewing btuior lIX Lai only' \mUrrnecf Ja. bbbbbl bbbbbl and S^7Gfiod i CHEWlNQtofcaceo camiAs^^ ll&nOLl) HON E STYI sold b Y Y our ie^Nyp / JOHN FJNZER^BRO'SsManufaeturars.LoUISVILU.KYA PJKTABLE WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCK CHAIRS. BU«1)ITT St Wlll^E'S*. OEITBAL BQTJABB, OAMBBLDGEPOBT' VHA- H. Wood -it co. DEALERS IN a Lumber & Building Materials! We offer a special bargain in SHAVED RED CEDAR SHINGLES, Durability unequalled by auy other kind of wood. \ GUTTERS FROM OREGON PINE, Best Gutter to be had in this market. Lengths to 43 feet.' ill) CEDAI POSTS, and CYPRESS OF ALL THIIkmSES, __ i IT" laieadlaa PsrchsMn are rreas.irS la Leek a. Over. Mjf BisIOADWAY, COB. THIED...

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

EIGHMIE" SHIRLAGENfIf. I THK CELEBRATED S gPATENT DRESS SHIRT. \QJ .'-55 l This Shirt ta guaranteed to ill and set belter than any Shirt Made to l \ * jrnt >rd-r. Kverv i*is,,n ki.-.ws that ihe set of the boaom .nd ne.k-b*|nl is UA lO] -lie principal "part of a shirt The " Klghml." Patent Shirt Is mule Only YS, Li 'nun the hest inai..rial, fo. nr*i c.la*. trad.. Tha boaom can be worn . reek with..in . break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear tbs Shirk. II f¥ Prlcc ' Inlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $«.tt. II / / The "Ktghinle" KeKufor.ed Leader Shirt made from WamautuMssl \ / / ll.i, iiHMi Llnan boaoiu. \\ / / Price, Unlaumlered, 750.; Laundered, Sl.oo Eaoh. / FOR SALE OJJLV BY Tfeaaa, JOHN HI. JORDAN, 11 *^v^J^.^''' ir i!vB (1011RT STREET. opp.Siidbiirr, BOgTg. MARBLE 4\l> (JRAMTE WORKER. Monuments. Ileailsiuiu-s, Tablets, <*lr. elr. Cemetery Work of every description :i specialty. No. 4.1 MAIN STREET, - - CAMBRIDGEPORT. my;—3m Next door in the Transt...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 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 — 2 July 1887

We bear .ittle said now-a-dayg about the new bridge; doubtless everything is going on all right; perhaps the late good news In regard to a library building has diverted for the time being the public attention from what we may deem, in one sense, "as good as built." Tbe Cambridge Railroad Company has been granted the privilege of operating its cars by electricity instead of by horse power when It Is assured that that form of motor will do the work. It is claimed for it that quicker transit. will be obtained. That being the case let us have electricity by all means. Our neighbor of the Chronicle has established the value of his advertising columns at a lower rate than tbe price offered by tha retiring contractor, whose predecessors fair into the field with a mongrel publication started on a venture and having no standing when tbe contract was awarded them. A contemporary gives Its patrons a "composite picture" ot the graduating class at Harvard. It is interesting, no doubt, as an oddi...

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A Timely Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

A Timely Suggestion. In tbe first sermon preached in the new St. Philip's Church, the rector of St. Peter's, Mr. Gusbee, very pertinently and forcibly called the attention of his hearers to the wisdom of the purchase by the city of land immediately adjoining the public domain known as Fort Washington. The preacher toafc occasion, while speaking of the present neglected condition of a place which should be sacredly cared for. to remark on the comparative cheapness at which acres of this land might now lie bought, and of its probable greatly increased value in the near future: he also dwelt on the desirability of this territory for the purpose of a public park. The rector* remarks were wise and timely. Regarded merely as a paying investment, such a purchase would be s measure of prudence, and, in view of projected improvement* on an extensive scale, the neighborhood of Fort Washington is the very place for a park or a common. Pennywisdom in municipal as in private affair* is often pou...

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The School Vacation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 July 1887

The School Vacation. If we ever look Dack with regret to our long-vanished school days and feel a slight •motion of envy of our youthful successors in the Cambridge schools, it is at the close of the spring term and the beginning of vacation. What delightful promise of tun snd frolic, of innocent and healthful enjoyment at old farm houses in the country, among the mountains, or at the sea-, shore! There is a future close ahead for all of them—dismal in some cases, no doubt, as that predicted by the poet for his thoughtless successors at Eton school: but why should that trouble them now? A* Gray well gays at the close of his melancholy poem: "Where ignorance is bliss. Tis folly to lie wise." We commend to our young friends the following advice which we heard from the lip* of Edward Everett, addressed some 35 years ago to llie pupils of our High School: ''I have but one more remark, sir, and that addressed to our young friends. They have Just reached the end of a laborious term, and a...

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