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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

■ ma m m till' luW\\m\ W KJSJ POWDER Absolutely Pure. This jiowder never varies. A marvel of purity strength ami wbolesomeness. More economics than the ordinaly kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with tbe multitudeof low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Royal Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., N. Y.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

O. C. W. FULLER. MEN'S BLUE SUITS, $8.-50 OTHER SIMMER SUITS, $8.00. The above cut shows our 50c. MACKINAW HAT for Men, thefcest hat you ever saw for the price. SUMMER UNDER-WEAK, and HOSIERY in full -fariety. Complete Suits of Under-Clothing for 5()c„ and. up to $(M)Q, - 561 Main Street, 4, - - Oambriflgeport. boston one Trice clothing co., INTO. 550 J*_-_.I_V STREET, MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. THE BEST MADE. In all the New St y les 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 the LOWEST PRICES | RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. OVERALLS and JUMPERS. i No. 550 MAIN STREET, Odd Fellows Building. W. M TO WNSEND, «fc Co. BH.ITC- FRAMES. WE AUK PEEPAEEU TO FL'I.NISH House Frames *s___Sr...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Delightful Entertainment. Dramatic Entertainment. Silver Wedding. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Delightful Entertainment. Dramatic Entertainment. Silver Wedding. Ward Gossip. The Sunday school children qpDnected with tbe j Church of the Sacred Heart gave a most charm- j ing entertainment in St. John's Hall, Fourth st, | "Monday afternoon and evening and Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. On each occasion the children appeared before good sized and highly pleased and appreciative audiences. The programme consisted of chorus and solo singing, and tableaux and recitations, and concluded with a comic operetta in three acts entitled "A Merry Company, or the Cadet's Picnic". All did exceedingly well and showed careful training, reflecting great credit on their instructor, Mr. P. G. McDermott. organist at the Church of the I Sacred Heart. It was the most successful and I Interesting eblklren's entertainment it has !>een I our good fortune ever to have witnessed. The ' "May-pole" dance introduced in the operetta waa splendid, the evolutions of the children bein...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Those doughnuts of Thurston & Hall's arc immense. —Mr. W. X. Thomas director of the Cambridge Orchestral Society has been engaged as organist and director of music at the Wood Memorial Church. —The Grace M. E. Sunday School and the North Avenue M. E. School are to have their annual picnic at Echo Grove, June IT. —Downer Landing has haaa decided upon ns the place, and June 17th the time, fur the holding of the annual picnic of the Congregational Sunday School. —The Riverside and Bradford host clubs will hold a picnic, conjointly, at Lake W'aidi-n Grove, early in August. —The funeral of Mrs. Lucy A. .■steele. wbo died suddenly at her residence No. :>I Austin street on Thursday at last vvitk, took plnec on Sunday. Interment followed at New Bedford on Monday. Mis. Steele was in apparent good health just previous to her sudden demise. She leaves one son and three daughters and an aged mother. At her funeral the floral offerings were chaste and a...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Sunday Services. —The singing in the Baptist Churcli is of a high order of excellence and is attentively listened to every Sunday by large congregations. —At the North Avenue I'niversalist praise meeting next Sunday evening the subject will lie "What reasons have we for praising (iud:-" —Mr. J. ('. Wellingtun, whuse sudden illness vvas the cause of much alarm amongst his friends this week, was reported to Is- Improving yesterday. —The widow of the late officer Henjainin F. Bridden is very ill with diphtheria at her residence. No. IU Locke street. She is being attended by Dr. (has. I|. Witham. — Engine house Xo. 4 and Station ."> have lieeu in the hands of kalsomiuers during the week and the appearance of both places, in consequence, is greatly improved. —Mr. J. P. Maceabce has purchased a neat wagon and started into the business ut selling butter, eggs and cheese. He commences under most favorable circumstances, having secured seventy-five customers at th...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Married. FREEMAN—McI'LARK— 111 tliis city. Ist inst., by Kev.E, X. Chandler, l>, Mi. i-idlip Freamaa to \li-» Miner-.a H. MeClara, both ol this ciiv. 11 INN su 1.1.1 VAN- In iliiscliy.'.'ialiiili .l.v Bar. .1. X. 111. key, Mr. Hie bird M. Dunn of It.,ist..,i to Mis. Man Sullivan ol llii. city. JKNNKSS-M ELLEN- In this elty, -J.l lust., by Hey. E, X. Chandler, li. 1), Mr. Ariliur W. .I«n--nes. t.e Miss Murgaret I. Melbn, both oT Ihis city. KII.KnYI.I-:— III'KGKSS—In Ihis cily.'.lltb ult .by Key. J. X. 111. key, Mr. Jiiiuc. 11. Kilb.yle la Miss Mary X. Burjiess, b.etli of Mils city. RICK-Tllt'KsTON—At Newton Centre, Ist lust., by Hey. Theodora J. Holms, Mr. (lenri;.- Marsl.all Hiee tn Miss Kaniiie J. Tburston, b-lb uf XeMtiiu Outre. WALLACE -LEWIS—Ia tliis.iiv, Ist inst .by Hey. Jassea MeWUnida, D.H., Mr. David p. Wallace la Mi.s Horiiet M Lewis, both ol tlii- •it v. WEST—REED -In this ,-ity, Im inst.. by H.v. Wal. Icr S. Alexander. Mr. Edward I). Waal of Won ester Is Mi-s ...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Died. ANDREWS—Ia this city, .list ult., William W. Andrew., B years, II inomhs, 3 days. Funeral rrnm the residence of his parent., OB llreeu vlreet, thi* afternoon at .'1 n'cloi-k. Hl,ARK—i!!ilh ult., Alary A., wife of Andrew M, Hlake. BB year.. CUNNKf.I.KY->th ult.. William, sou of James and Ellen Coinielli-y, 1 year, 7 months. ','UWH 1(1—-iuh ult , I'atlierine. daughter of Kdward ami .Mary Cowliig, '-'yearn. I iiuuitlis. COX—Sylvan** 1.., wlo'iw of Kufus Cox, Co years, I 1111111111-e. ill llll.'ie, 1)1(11 AKH-L'sili ult., .I.ihn Diehard. S3 years. DOBBS—SIat ult.. Margaret, wife of George Dubbs, 411 years, 2 mouilil. FORD—At Kent's Hill, Me., 2d inst., ltev. A. A. Kuril. Teirinerly nf this e-ily. hi year.. Il months. GODFREY—-Xli uit.. Kellauce, widow of Kuos QmAtweJ, faaia, :i ui'inilis. HASTIN<;s-:ilsl ult., I.c.lie Hastings, M y.-ars, I nie.ntli. IS dam. HANl.ijv-ma uit,, Jiilejili, son uf Kpliraiui ami Man Haiilon. 1 year. B inniitlii.. JA \iKsi iN—:iutli...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

COMPOUND EXTRACTyV^S^ The importance of purifying Die blood cannot be overestimated, fur without pan blood you cannot enjoy goad heailh. At this season nearly every ono needs a pood ua-dinne to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and wu a-k yeni tn try Hood's Don ilia r ■■**•<■■* ItftHOgflinM rCs-Ulldi alltl beUi, up the system, creates an appetiti-, and tones the digestion, while it cradii-ates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable resin .lies and give to nood's Sarsaparil'., pen.!- -j- |+ep|f iar curative powers. So ■ other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If yoa have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do Ml be induced ' • take any other Instead. It is a I'eciillar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. llood'3 Sarsapari'la IssnU I.yr.il druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood £ Co., LlwrrW, Maji. 100 Doses One Dollar

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

BBS. KMKKY A CHAPMAN, ••-IP/ CITY OPTICIANS, BVS Main Sr., CamuimimsK roar. spc tack*!* and Km OftMtM ■eewatalj title*!. <ii.tj-he* r»i>airt*>l im IeMM re»«et. Ratft-tfte-ti'ih piiairtwl »ytt-3w DR E S FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN Slur** a nh <:. W. It ai.i.w i s, tin* I>i;im.iti<l Daalar.) 24 BEDFORD STREET, - BOSTON. Ramaftvf rtwwgg. la II Av,m street. Elagairt Eya-tilaww, Sp-articl—, Oaaia, Kid.l ami Marina Utaiaca, aad evertlbteg in im line >■( .M.tic.l HvomU W r <;i\«- S|m rial ,\ tt i'iii Inn ;.) the cxaniinaliiin •>f tlic- lln •Hitn Kvr< mi I \hv - icii'ifi." adaj Hit ion nnd proa«v .i.lju.*:iiieii! .<t tin- . '.rre-t lenhei. f*»r all . orraeiaMa aWactt "f vMom S« f<.r axnalMH ti in-*. ißapatliag nea' lv .■•*<•.-nt.-<l. myN—3m

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

FU.-0 Horace S. Bartlett, Keal Estate Agent, —FOR(am bridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN IIKSIKAHLK locaiities. Franklin Council, No. 50, Royal Arcanum. \ SPECIAL MEETINH of llii.s Council will bo ln-l.t un SATURDAY EVENING, June 4tb. at H dM.hlc. Nt Kniglitnof Honor Hnll.Mr> Main street, to law,- a. tlini on the dealh ot our iate brutlxir, Andrew .1. I.awneeii. ami the transaction of aunli business as maj properly come before ihe meeting. Per onler, H. E. BaninEN, Regent. Attent: Samuel D. Young, Secretary. FOUND. A MALE DOG. on Main Rlrc-t., ■ la" Tuesday, between l'anibrielgi-|>eirl *"QJ9Q B|aiiil The owner tan have the -am.- ley proving property and *SmWrm p ß y|„ X ,-hargen. Apply at HILTON BLOCK, Harvard street, Kooin -J.". Iw Early Express. SAVAGE & CO Now run an KAKI,Y KXPKKSS tn connect with I oaily train* and steamers fn»m Hosti>n. j Railroad and Steamer Time Fu...

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

THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED I\ PIRCHASIXG, But unfortuniuely low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catchthe public. A long experience in business proves to us that rlistclass goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING iSTOCE Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST CLASS GOODS Of tha leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PAELOE, LIBEAEY, OHAMBEE and DINING-BOOM ITIBNITUEE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Oherry and Black Walnntj WILTON, VELVET, BEUSBELS, TAPESTEY and WOOLEN OAEPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STEAW MATTING, AET SQUABES, BUGS and MATS. CASH 0» PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sis., - BOSTON. BELCHER'S ICE CREAM DEPOT, 440 Harvard St., Harvard Sq. ! Fancy Creams and Ices of every description, such as < Eafa Pafa, Brown Bread, Pist.»c_io, Tutti Frutti, Neapolitan, Caramel,. Coffee, Maraschino, i Peach Cream, Frozen Padding, { Roman Punch, Fruit Ices, ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Co |^et —Jior Sale. TO LET. FRONT -CHAMBER, up one flight, near Central square; reference required. Apply at 191 Greeu street. my2l—tf TO LET. VI'AKT.MKNTS in Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., near Austin street. Apply to Leaxiiku IiKKELY, 113 lJrnadwuy. myl4—tf TO KENT. VICI-., NEW and convenient apartnient_,oT single _.\ houses of from 4to 8 rooms each. Kent $13 to *_o per mouth. Ready March Ist and AprU,lst. Apply at No. B River street. feblg—tf FOR SALE. M One-and-a-half Story Cottage House of 11 rooms; Fresh Pond water; excellent drainage. The lot contains about 5,000 feet of laud, with fruit trees and grapevines. Pleasantly situated. For further particulars apply to B. RAFFEKTY, 1_ Harding street. j4—2w* FOR SALE. LOT OF LAND on Bigelow street, containing about 5000 feet. Will sell low for cash; or to a party that will build on It no money will be required. Apply to A. E. Turner, 105 Court street. Boston. ' jun4—tf FOR SALE. ~ MIDDLE LOT on Main Street, between Lee and Hancock stre...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

S-tution Salts. EXECUTORS' - SALE —OF— REAL JSTATE. By -rtrtue of a license granted by the Probate Court for the County of Middlesex, on the 17th day of May, A. D., 18OT, will be sold by public auction, on the several respective parcels hereinafter described, and at the time designated with reference to each, oa TUESDAY, the seventh day of June, A. D., 1887, the following severally described parcels of land, namely: The first parcel, situated in Somerville, in the County of Middlesex an d Commonwealth of Massachusetts, will be sold at three o'clock In the afternoon, and is bounded as follows, viz: Beginning on the northeasterly side of Beacon street, at a point distant fifty-four and SO-100 feet northwesterly from the northwesterly line of Dickinson street, thence running northeasterly in a line nearly parallel with said line of Dickinson street, eighty-five feet; thence running southeasterly parallel with said Beacon St., 64 and 46-100 feet to said line of Dickinson street; thence ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Ruction £aUsBy 8. £. KNIGHTS ft CO , Aurt'r*. Office*, 593% Main Street, Cambridgeport, .and _• Washington Street, Boeton. Sale of Lot of Land corner of Putnam Aye. and Flagg Street, Cambridge. Will be gold by Public Auction, MONDAY, June iltk, at 6 o'clock P. M., on the premise*. Tbe lot has a front of about 80 feat on Putnam avenue; about 100 on Flsgg street: about 80 on Walker court. Will be sold in one parcel or divided into three lots, as may be desired at time of sale. If sold as a whole, $300 to be paid In cash at time and place or sale; ii divided, * 100 to be paid on each lot. lo see plan and for further i articular* apply to J. Murry Hone, So. S Court street, Boston, or lo Auctioneers. may2B—2w By. S. R. KNIGHTB & CO., Anot'n. Office* 603% Main street, Cambridgeport, and 22C Washington street, Boston. Sale of 28 valuable lots of vacant land in Somerville and Cambridge, on Beacon Dickinson, Leon and Kirkland Streets, Concord Avenne and Dickinson Place. EXECUTOR'...

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Poetry. THE DIFFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Poetry. THE DIFFERENCE. Tbesy stood at the bar ot Justice — Two women with heads bowed down. And one waa dressed in rustling silk And one In a tattered gown. Oae clad ia the height of fashion. The other one ragged and torn; The former Inspiring sympathy. The latter con tempt and scorn. "And why are they here?" I que.tioned, "Why are they in such ill,grace: The shrinking form in the tattered gown And that In the silk and lace?" "Tbey are here," said tbe grim policeman, And a frown his visage wore, "For stealing whenever they get a chance, In a fancy dry goods store." The one In rags was sentenced To a year's Incarceration In the common goal; the one in silk Was "taken on probation." "Xow why should this be so?" I asked: The answer was terse and brief— "The lady's a kleptomaniac, The one In rags a thief."

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Scheme of a Chicago Man. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Scheme of a Chicago Man. The peculiar varieties of insane people are as interesting sometimes as they are pitiable. In a car the other night I talked with a man who proposed to make locomotion in Chicago as easy as standing still, which is easier to some people than even ''rolling off a log." He is going to have two sidewalks iv each street, each sidewalk to till the street to the center—platforms Covering the entire street. These two platforms are to be on rollers, and are to he set in motion, one running one way, the Other the other. For example, the sidewalk on the north side of Madison street ia to run west and that on the south side is to run east. If a person wishes to go west on that street he has only to step upon the sidewalk and stand still. It will take him there; and as the sidewalk goes to the middle of the street teams as well as persona will be carried right along. The poor manjwas so serious about it all and was so confident that he was going to carry out his scheme ...

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They Sleep Together. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

They Sleep Together. Of the Confederate dead in the National cemeteries there arc at Camp Butler. Cypress Hill, Finn's Point, Fort Smith, Hampton. Jefferson Barracks and Woodlawn, about 10.000. to say nothing of those at* Arlington, Fayetteville and elsewhere, that .are numbered among the unknown. The National Cemetery at Mound City, 111., containing 5,229 bodies. 2,772 of which remain unidentified, is beautifully situated upon the Ohio river just above Cairo. The monument here was erected in li-74 by the State at a cost of $25,000. The base is twenty-live feet square and four feet high. with a die ten feet square and fifteen feet high, and large panels of variegated marble on each of the four sides. The whole is surmounted by a Goddess of Liberty in marble, most tastefully and artistically carved. At the base is the shot stand and elegant statues of soldier and sailor.

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Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

Consumption Cured. Aa old physician, retired from practice, having had placed io his bands by an East Icdis missionary the formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tbe speedy aod permanent cure ot Consumption, Bronchitis, catarrh, Asthma and all Throat and Lang Affections, also a positive and radical cure far Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complainis, after having tested its wooderful curative powers in thoosaads of cases, bss felt it bu duty to mske it known to bis sufferihg fellows. Actuated by Ibis motive and a desire to relieve human I will send, (ree of charge, to all who desire il, this recipe, in German, French or English, witb lul directions lor preparing aod using. Sent by mai by addressing witb stsinp. naming this psper. \V A. Noraa, 119 Power', Block, Rochester, A. Y.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 4 June 1887

There is something in a name, especially when a wife happens to find at tbe bottom of a letter to ber hnsband tbat of another woman.

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