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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

* BOSTON, MASS. & PORTLAND, ME. THE LARGEST HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT IN NEW ENGLAND; Carry under one roof, (the Great Nassau Hall Building 897 Wnafclngton St., Boston Mass;) each and every article that goes to f —mlah a well-eq-Ipped hn—. I Sold for CASH or on INSTALMENTS. Wa vHll SeUSIOO Worth af ...-« farslo /■-_•„ and $10 per Month, or $80 worth for $S Down and MS per -Tenth. GOODS T)__fr_„gl> gm-EtoaH DEPOTS tn Me., Js". H.,Mass., M. X, * Osmm. PARLOR FURNITURE. ____ — m — m — ___ mmm ~My mmm^-mmmmmmm^m ~ A beautlfol seven pieoe embossed plush PARLOR STJTTK. CompVsts tn ona color er la a combination of colors, only MS.OO, alao m tall line of parlor suite., oufrod In nil h-Moof Koods at prices that will astonish you. WRITK for CATALOGUE so" PRIOR URI CHAMBER FURNITURE At price* that are rare to move the good* in n hurry. Wo ar* hoond tn UUXr* We have . full-sized solid BLACK -WALNUT Chamber Bolt, IO piece. «__»—», «w SM.OO A— ASH SET, full-sized bed, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

The Cambridge Press. *VOL. XXII.—NO. 12. I JAMES COX. 1 I Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS.. JUNE 18. 1887. I Terms, la advs_j.ee, 1 I SS.OO per snmmi. < PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ijjlk fmm-, %\\t Cambridge $f ress SATURDAY. JUNE 18. 1887.

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[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

[Written for the Cambridge Press.] Sunshine and Shadow BY HRLEN ADELAIDE RICHER. Author of "Thorns and Roses." CHAFI'EK I. "In erery life some ruin must fall. Some days be dark and dreary." Clarence Webster sat in his aunt Prim s cozy silting room, his slippered feet elevated to a handsomely embroidered footrear, his lingers interlaced behind his comely head at the back of the comfortable easy chair, a newspaper across his lap and his eves half closed. He had been silting in that position so long Ibat bisauut thought he was sleeping: she was undeceived when Clarence suddenly exclaimed: "Aunt Prim!" . "Well!'" answered she, startled. j "Do you know I have half a mind to Starry?" "Marry? You!" adjusting her eyeglasses and surveying her nephew increduously. "Yes, I. You don't seem to think I would commit that piece of folly.*' "H—m! I think the young lady who consents will commit a greater folly. l ' * "Aunt Prim you are too severe upon a nice young man like myself. The trouble Is I do...

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Children's Sunday at the First Universalist Church [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Children's Sunday at the First Universalist Church Was very pleasantly observed Sunday with services appropriate to the occasion, the singing of birds, the fragrance of flowers and the happy faces of little children, the body of the church being lil led with them. A talk by the pastor, from Psalms 119-105 "Thy word is a lamp unto my feet and a light unto my path," presented the Bible as the true guide of life. A tenor solo by a member of the choir was well sung, the school assisting in the general music of the service. Seven little ones were dedicated, receiving pretty bouquets, adding much to the impressive-ess of the occasion. In the evening the annual floral concert of the Sabbath School was held, the house being packed at both services. The programme for the evening was satisfactorily carried out with great credit to all concerned. Alternate scripture reading by .the superintendent and scholars followed the anthem by the choir, the pastor invoking the blessing of God upon "these...

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An Important Element [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

An Important Element Of the success of Hood's Sarsaparilla is the fact that every purchaser receives a fair equivalent for his money. The familiar headline "100 Doses One Dollar," stolen by imitators, is original with and true only of Hood's Sarsaparilla. This can easily be proven by any one who desires to test the matter. For real economy, buy only Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold by druggists.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

—M. J. Monk, a Chicago man has applied to the interstate commission to suspend the laws so far as it applied to him, because he desires to enjoy the benefits of free railroad passes in the future as in the past. This is refreshingly cool; but yet, when we come to think of it, why shouldn't Mr. Monk monkey with the law as well as the next man.

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The Boston Star [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

The Boston Star says Dr. Kaufmaun's great book on disease, its causes and home cure, with fine colored plates, is the best work ever published. A copy will be sent free to anybody who sends three 2-ceut stamps, to pay postage, to A. P. Ordway & CoBoston, Mass.

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. A Joyful Celebration. Sudden Death. Conveniently Located. Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. A Joyful Celebration. Sudden Death. Conveniently Located. Obituary. Mrs. Ann Close celebrated her seventieth birthday anniversary Thursday evening, June Bth, at her residence. No. 83 Trowbridge street. A goodly company of relatives and friends gathered about her, showing their love and good will by their kind words and beautiful gifts. The rooms were artistically decorated; a large floral horse-shoe emblematic of prosperity was tbe chief piece. A bountiful collation was served, during which a wreath of roses was placed on Mrs. Close's head by one ot ber children. The evening was very pleasantly spent In music and recitations; the following poem composed for tbe occasion being read by one of the grandchildren: We pluck thee to-dar from tbe soil of the heart, A budding and bloomlag bouquet; With thread of lore's wearing we Mad It around Tty) rose aad the blossom of May. The bud was the flow'r ot thy SprlngUme, The bloom ot life's Summer and heat; Though Autumn drops dea...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Ic/iew or a poor Smoke,. • , -*- I is -Tan.f2e.cl FTn-zers Old ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCK CHAIRS. BUItDITT Ac WHITE'S, CENTRAL SQUARE, - - - - - OAMBBIDGEPOET ¥VM. hTwOOD & CO. I>KAI.KKS I.N Lumber & Building Materials OF _KIIVr>JS. . * . We oiler a special bargain in SHAVED RED CEDAR SHINGLES, Durability unequalled by any other kind of wood. BUTTERS FROM OREGON PINE, Best liutter to be had in this market. Lengths to 1.1 feet. < RED CEDAR POSTS, and CYPRESS OF ALL THICkXESSES, ;_r* l-feadiac Parckewn tare rrqs*-.ird la !..•- ■. Over. .Jt : BROADWAY, COR. THIRD ST. Wm. H. WOOD tt, CO. U~m_ " T LYON," ffatctato \ Jeweler, B\*mm_yT 013 MAn sx., cambridgeport, I / .OVEIt POST OFFICE.. } \ Fin.- WATCH I.Ki'AII.INi;. Wat.li.- a.l- -\ jit-t.-.i t.» MHR _r,M„I tiin.- keeping. 1 KI.KX-'II an.l A.MXXI. AX (Is M KS. .IKWep il i:i.i:V ..f even .le-.-ript.uii. OPTICAi i;im>l» «>' ■ g* :ni...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

"EIGHMIE" SHIRT AGENCY. THE CELEBRATED THE "EIGHMIE" PATENT DRESS SHIRT. Dt_ O I This Shirt Is guaranteed to lit and -et better than an; Shirt Made to Order. Every person knows that the set of the bosom and neck-band is , the prlneipal pnrt of a shirt. Tin- '■ Eighmle" Patent Shirt is made only SU I □ T fmm the best material, for first class trade. The bosom can be worn a n 1 II I week without a break or wrinkle ami guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. in the Price - -Maundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. The "Elgh-nla" Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made f rom Wamsutt* MnaIV. AriW £ I . I p ricBi Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. FOB SALE ONLY BT JOHN M. JORDAN, 98 CODRT BTREET. opp. Sudbury, BOSTON. MARBLE AND GRAMTE WORKER. Monuments. Headstone*. Tablets, etc, etc. < 'emetery Work of every description a specialty* No. 4.{ MAIN STREET, - - CAMBRIDGEPORT. niyT—3m Next d,»r t„ the Transfer Station, near West Boston Bridge. % $atuts. VEKRETTE SISTERS, French Dress Makers, Having ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

FOR LATEST IDEAS IN &&$( V, VISIT L. D. WALKER'S NEW STORE, COR. OF TREMONT STREET and HAMILTON PUCE, BOSTON, Formerly 26 Temple Place.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 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 — 18 June 1887

And Cambridge is to have _ public library at last, thanks to Mr. Frederick 11. Rindge. With a new bridge anil a public library, we shall soon be on the high road to prosperity. We commence this week an original story entitled "Sunshine and Shadow," written by a Cambridge lady. It will be continued weekly tor about eight weeks. and will be found quite interesting. The horse railroad company has taken wise and kindly action in placing a line of barges at the terminus of the Arlington road, running to the Heights, one of the loveliest localities within twenty miles of Boston. They should be well patronized. The doctors tell us that Cambridge is in a very healthy condition just now. Tlie season has come when even the open horse car has lost much of its power for mischief: too much was however done during the unseasonably cold days and evenings of May and ear.y June. The visit of the Xew York Slate Press Association to this city on Wednesday last, was an occasion long to be remembered by...

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Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Band Concerts. The tirst of th..* OOtmutt concert*, on the < oinnioii will In-ifiven In ih,- Aui.-ricaii Wal.-h Co, Band. T. 11. Kolliuson.conductor, next Tuesday evening. The following i- th.- prograuuuc for tile elltertaillluelll : 1. Mar.-b. "Major Kemp.'' 1.,,11in5.,n liedi.-ated Is .MaJ. Useam <1. K«a.|>, ■<.m--uiuudiiig the Kiisi bsttallon of .'avalry. .M. v. a. '.*. Overture, "Zainpa," . . 11,-rol.l 3. Piccolo 5.i1.,, "Klirtath,ii," . Mulier 4. Waltz, "Fr.-iii the Hhine t<» the liaiiubc." 5. "Story of the War," . . I'.-loiisnn 'Tone-Picture intioiliiciiit* some of lb.- v...si. popular BODgs ~1 Ibe war. I'erfoi mcd f..r liie first lime at the camp tire tv I ui.ti liall, i.v Die eveuing >.f April 17th, I**-*.i. 6. Overture Militaire. "'fhe I i.ith," Aaber T. Concert Holer.., "Souvenir il.-Cit-hz."' P...sista s. liiv.ri iseiin-iii f..r I'luf.-ln and I :l_im,cts, ••Thel.ittleßullrtncl.es." - . KHaa Messrs. Nasb. !(...

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AT LAST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

AT LAST. What should have hepn done long since by dint of municipal enterprise, is to be accomplished at leugih by private munificence. Thanks to the judicious liberality of one of our younger citizens. Mr. Frederick H. Rindge, Cambridge will soon have a Public Library building of wliieli we need not be ashamed. This is neither the lime nor the place in which to notice particularly the conditions which the generous donor has attached to his gilt: lln-y arc few, and of no importance in view «.f the magnitude of the noble present. It was but yesterday that our citizens had cause to blush in presence of intelligent visiters Iron abroad, as they passed our poor apology for a City Hall, and inquired in vain for iiny evidenceot the existence of al'ulilH* Libra: y building. We Ileal Illy congratulate our citizens, and especially those who for the last few years have so deeply felt, and so strongly expressed the crying want now so happily supplied: and we but give utterance to a deep and ge...

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CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

CITY HALL NOTES. Five members of ihe Hoard of Aldermen transacted the business on Wednesday evening, the oilier live members being absent. A peculiar rule constitutes one-half of the Hoard, with Ibe Mayor, a quorum, although the Mayor has no vote upon any measure, he not la-iug a uieinber but only chairman ex-otlicio. The session of the Aldermen was quite brief on Wednesday eveniug as compared witli many previous nice tings which bare continued until midnight. The absence of the talking members is assigned as lb,- reason of the short session. The Hoard of Aldermen, or rather a majority of live members, have determined that the pay of the police shall not be rai-ed thi- year. The ordinance providing for an increa-e came from the Common Council where it had been enrolled, but three Members of ihe Hoard refused to give it a second reading. It is -til! poiieihlri that an ordinance will Ix* adopted when there i» a larger attendance of the in.-tuber-. The Aldermen voted to grant -ceases t...

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New York Editors in Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

New York Editors in Cambridge. The tuen]l*4.rs of the Xew York State Press Association, an.l 1a.1t.--. who are at pi—senl visiting Boston upon the occasion of their annual exeur-ion. received a eonlial welcome in ('..tiil.ri.lgc on W.-lnesilaj. At half pa-t .-i*»Ht o'clock, A. M.. I'arouehes we.-,- t:.k,-n !*\ th--Mayor, a .-omniitt.-.- at the Cltj (oiin.il. and th.- i-iililishers of tin- local papers, an-l the part; proceeded to tbe lintel states Hotel. Boston, where the New York ectttora nnd their Indies, liuinl*. rile.' . iirlst> persona, took carriages for a ri.ie to this ,-ity. There were twenty-eight l-arouehe- in all. au-l aa the pro.e--i.-n ne,*el along it presented quite an attractive appear-an,-e. Tlie .Irive in thi- city wa- Intended to view attractitre objects of interest, inctodi-g ihe observatory of Al-an (lark _t mv*. t, -!, -<■ ■>■_»• makers, ih,- I ni\.r-ii-. Press. Episcopal Tbeoli.L'ieal >. 1i.k.1. Ihe l.on-.'f.-Mow Man-...

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Illogical and Absurd. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Illogical and Absurd. it has r:ir.i> ii.-.ii m fbttnne to -, •• in prim iinii-i- deplorable nnd w'i-.-ti'lii-'l twaddle than iiim-li of the r, ,-i nl i;i!k -il,.,iit tin- "desecration*' of Kan.uil ll.i>l. in ease tin* British soeieti. San gianlisl ii- ii-, ~,ii ib.-ni-i-.i-i | 11 lehration oi tin- Eaglet (jßoun's jsti.il... a- |« ike • -..',-, i of lb.- :iliti.'i|>ut.-.| -i in- ill lln old bull i.n llnportrait- of Ham ok. Adam-, mid other re dull..nun worthies,ih.-r.- i- litti.- d'.iil.t thai lln > will be abh. t.- stand ii. Hke the bene* the] an . whatever naij be ii- etktri on oar Imported uml excited fellow-, iti/. *ns who thus forcibly 01.j.-i-l lo Ihe proponed ■■.|.-.-erathm." The]. perhaps, nm) be nidi- i. - learlj thai Ihore are at leaal two sMes to lln .|ii. -linn, whether the leoh who talk abort iiirniiiL' ib*,-i- pictured farm to the wall, ran or nut. Win. meeting after mectbu! j in lb.- inli-r. -i *.f Irish In,in.- nil.- has bee...

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Kvkxixo, June IS, ISS7. The regular meeting of the Hoard was held this evening. Mayor Russell ill the chair. PETITIONS PRESENTED AMI KEFEIiIIEU. The petition of W. H. Martin to have a brick sidewalk laid fronting bis estate on Lopez street was referred to the standing eoniinittee on roads and bridges. The re(|tiest of X. X. Ilorsford for permission to lay flagging stones on his sidewalks corner of Cruigie and Sparks streets, at his own expense. Arc. was referred to the same committee. The request of Mrs. Kosaunah Rowe to have the Board petition the Ji>dge of Probate tv appoint ii guardian fbr her spendthrift son. Philip J. Rowe, was considered in executive ses-i.in, the public being excluded. The petition of Mrs. Kose 15. Munroe lo have a tree removed from No. is Clinton street, was referred to the standing committee on roads and bridges, as was the petition of 11. Kellehcr lo have a brick sidewalk laid on his prem...

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