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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
I TJISIOTS MALL,; Friday Evening, April 15. j BENEFIT FOR THE REIIEF FUND O£JPOST 30, G. A. R. THE I'SIOX PARK THEATRE Co. I Will present the emotional drama LOVE AND HUMOR, With the following cast: I MAUD—Lady Challoner, Miss Catherine Goode Katk Sept-ox, - - Miss Minnie Birch Scsax Tapekloy, - - Mrs. J. D. McGill Guild Gwrss, - Mr. Philip Sheridan Toby Tapekloy, - - Mr. Jas. A. Bushee Doctor, - - - Mr. Geo. W. I.eCain First Detective, - - Mr. E. Kneeland Skco.nd Detective, - Mr. L. J. Wilso. Sir Ralph Challoner, - Mir. Z. G. Wood i And the side-splitting farce of POOR PILLICODDY. Poor Pil lie-oddy, a victim or the hideous idea tbat be i married another man's wifeiu-teadof bis widow. Mr. Jas. A. Bushee I Capt. O'Scuttle, a ferocious aea monster, (just re-! turned from a long voyage), In search of his wife, Mr. Ueo. W. LeCain Mra. Pilllcoddy, who delights in dear little bonnets. Mis. Catherine Goode Mrs. O'Scuttle, tortured with the thought thst her husband has so far forgotten her ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
j C. C. W. FULLER. MEN'S PANTALOONS Sew Spring Stj le», Mixtures and Color*. Trices lo rail esery one. Special Line for Working Men, $2.00 a Pair. BOYS' CLOTHING, ISew Designs, for School, Dres. and Street Wear, all «e*L made an.) trimmed In . thorough and oarafal manner, *S3.SO aud upward a .nil. BOYS' KNEE PANTS, 50 OTS. TO $2.00 A PAIR. Our Extension Waist Band is a great saver of Stitches and Buttons. 561 Main Street, - - . Cambridgeport. I ITEW BOSTON O\E PRICE CLOTHING CO., \o. 550 MAN STKEET, Odd Fellows Building. FINE CLOTHING. Spring Overcoat., tSIoKSi H A.TI--S Young Men's Hut-ines. Suit. In Elegant * Pattern., »g to *j 2O In ail the New Spring Style*, for Men andßoys, Four Button Cutaway Suit., «li to l! 3 FROM SO CENTS to S3.SO. Youili's and Boy** Suits, 37 lo SlB Sll.lv HATS. I-ERUY3 ASD SOFT HATS. Children's Suit*, UB.SO tn HID We have ihe exclusive sale of the MKLVIIXa. . FEATHER WEIGHT HAT. The popularhat 1 EVERYTHING NEW AND THE LATEST f " r y """ r lw "* STYLE. FTN...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
SPRING MILLINERY. I HATS and BONNETS Trimmed in the mint artistic manner, for Sects., 75 da. and 11. A large asaortnieot of Rich MilllnerT Goods At lowest prices. Order* promptly filled. MISS E B. COLLINS, 478 Washington 4 7 Avon Street, Boston, Kooni 1, opposite Temple Place. gsa— Alto * fine'assortment of Human Hair Goods at Popular Prices. aprD— 3m ladS Of Cambridge please look over my stock of DRY GOODS before purchasing elsewhere. Bead some of my price*: Sheeting, 81 inches wide, SO cent* per yard; Towel*, from 10 cents upward; Ladles' Black Stockings, fast black, 25 cent* per pair. Ginghams, Shambrsys, Century Cloths, Ruffling., Ribbons, . Laces, Collars and Con*. Ac., la great rariety. ear* Dress and Cloak Making a specialty. R. H. WOODLAND, 28 Boylston Street, - OtvnWd-ja. aprtl Near Harvard Square. *■ MISS M. E. PORTER, MILLINER. 478 Washington Street, Boob 2, Bottom. Ijr French Bonnets a •pert*'try. aaa*****
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Obituary. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Obituary. Ward Gossip. MR. HARVRY GEORGE, one of the oldest resident of this ward, died at bis home, No. 104 Otis street; last Sunday, at the venerable age of eighty-three. The deceased waa a resident of this eitv for over SO year* and wa* highly respected by all who knew him, being loolied upon as a good and worthy citizen. He had been a member of tbe Baptist Church since 1842. He was not, a* has been erroneously stated, engaged in the manofactre of bricks, but being for many years a contractor, having horses and trucks, he 'used to tenm for his brother Obadiab, who wa* in that trade. He ahn conducted the business of a grocer, being at one time located In tbe 'Port on Cambridge street and later In this Ward corner Fourth and Cambridge streets. He had been retired from active business for the past twenty-seven years. During the later yean of his life he experienced the feebleness attending old age, and for the past few month* he had been growing weaker and weaker. Th...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —At the meeting of the Baptist Ministers' Association of Boston and vicinity. on MondayRev. E. X. Chandler, D. D., of the BroadwayBaptist Chur.-h was elected president. —At the meeting of Mayflower Division, Sons of Temperance, on Monday evening, in Knights of Honor Hall, the following officers were installed for the ensuing term: Worthy Patriarch. George W. Childs; W. A., Carrie childs; R. S., J. C. Rand; A. R. S.. Dora Shaffer; V. S.. B. Wallace;T.. N. C. Mullcgan: C.. D. F. Smith; Conductor. T. B. Rand: A. ... Mrs, .V. C. dates; I. S., Charles Dawson; U. S., Fred A. Dalton; P. W. P., Frank D. Field. Grand Worthy Associate Mrs. S. A. Gates was the installing officer, who was assisted by Bro. Sullivan of Caledonia Division as deputy grand conductor. Mayflower Division is one of the most prosperous' in the State. —Tbe entertainment and sale at the Grace M. £. Church, last week, was a success, having netted WO. This vva-s given by one of the small classes in the Su...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —There will be an adjourned meeting of the Webster Graduates association in the wiir.l room Central Square building.next Friday evening. —Mrs. H. S. Diiston, No. 47n Washington ' street, Boston, has a line line of adjustable dress , figures and dressmaker's findings which she ! otters for sale. Mrs. Huston also .I.h-s dress aud cloak making in all its branches. —Yesterday afternoon (Good Friday) lietween the hours of I and I o'clock, sjiccial nil hen, aj&gt;-propri-Jtc to the day. were held at St. Peter's Church on Main strwl. There was a large attendance at the exercises. —German cooking ware of every description at reasonable prices may lie found" at Guy Bros., Xo. 38 Bedford street, Boston, the sole agents for the goods. —Fresh Easter eggs for 14 cents per dozen at , McCloskey * Hatty's. 477 Cambridge street. 443 Cambridge street, Cambridgeport. and 91 and 1»3 Cambridge street, East Canirridge. —C. IX Stevens, Xo. IS Hanover street. Boston, bleaches and...
The Spring Months [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
The Spring Months Are undoubtedly the U-t in which to purify the blood and strengthen the system, because at thi* time the bod) is most imirpllbk-i to the iHiieticial etl'.-ct* ~f ■ reliable medicine like Hood* Sarsaparilla. The feeling of d.-liility. languor, and la—itiide. caused l.v the changing season, is entirely overcome, and scrofula and all hui.ioi* UT expelled from the blood by the powerful reviving ami purifying influences of Hood', sar-apurilla. /&gt;-, ~.,[ .i.1.t,, -Take Hood'- Sar-aparilh! mots. It i* made l.v c. I. Hood A Co.. Apothccari.-.. Lowell. Mass. Sold by all druAi*;*. lihi Doses One iJoilar.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
— A in.-ii.'.iial service to the late TtMaaas Parke was hell in Kniuhts of Honor Hall on TTiur.*.l;.v '.'ih ul:.. by Memorial 1. .dge. No. «J, I. v. (j. r. in whl. h *f*alrj feeling t'ribules were paid to his memory by the in.-iiiL.-r. of ihe order and orhers. to to wl;..ni his many excellent qualities eiijca.ed him as a Mead an.l counsellor.
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Sunday Services. PttospEl-l SriIKKrCoMiKCUATIOXAI CatTOCn— The I'.st.ir, Iter l&gt;. N. Beach will p«**C* st ll&gt;:jo A. M. Sue.l.-y .s.h-1 at I.' M. Young IV..pie's Meeting at G I. M. Kalla • Siimliiy aTa*h*al concert at 7 P. M. Scrvi.-ea ..f tlie .lav appropri-ite to E.-.atrr Biaa.i Sunday School, Jlr. W. 11. Knierson. Superintendent,;.! stesrn* Chapel, Harvard street ut -• 1". .M. ObACI M. X. Clll K( 11, formerly Cottage Street." Ker. N. B. Fisk, pastor. —.Morning prayer mee:ing a; tJ». Praaeblna at KLSfI A.M. and I p. M. Sunday School LSI P. Sat. rrayer in.-etlng at IP. M. Prayer nnd praise service ut 7 1". M. iili.i'Avnißn,c.i-:B.vi"TiSTCniKiii. Key.Franklin .lo!ms..n, I). I&gt;., ps.tor.—Prearhiug t.v the p.i*;o r at MLM A. ,M. QuartAlv eoni.rt of the sabbaUi School at 7-.i*i, wilh exercises ai.piuprUtc t.i Faster. Ciivklks It, iv Kit B,i pr ist C uracil, Putnam A v. aad Magazine street. — Itev. W. (.'. Kii-bnioiid, pa-tor. Piaaiblm at WM A. M., snd :&...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
I.M.IK*, are ton ill Bred of a &lt; hiro|.oili*t - Do joii vvi-li to have Tour linger nail- inaiii.-ured? If -o. vi-it 111-. I. IvKNNISON's lli-VV ollile. No. ln'lclnpli Ha.-.-. I'm. 1011, over It. 11. Steams A &lt;o. Take elevator, old office ssaae a* before. at No. |x.
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Married. HOl'llV, ILI.-lIKIIi- in this &lt;ilv. ."11. inst. hy Uev. \\ 11. Mara**, .Mr. .1i.1.n 1:. ili.thwell to .Mr.. Susan 11. 11..-.1. Loth of New York. EUSTI-t- KAINKV-li. thi. city, nth in-t., l.v Ban A *xaadef .Mckenzie. l&gt;. !&gt;., .Mr. o»i«i** X Ki.sli* o. Mi-a Annie Itanu-v, l.olli of Marl.leliea.l. bowk .ndbkws- in n.i. eitr.ata im.t.,t.v tat. Jam.- M. Wlm.iicv. |l. 1)., Mr. K..1.,rl A. Howe la, Ml .- lira*, r. An.lr. •*», both of tl.i.s .ity. il'il 1.1n.S -lltlMH-.N —In I*artll**a. Mo., hy John X. I.ihby. Kb.]., Jusli.-eof ihe l'eaee, .Mr. l-.t.lclt li. .Moult..ll of .Soiuh Caitbaue, Me., to Mrs. Winnie 11ri.1.1.-n of lliia city. PIPKK- SAWIN— la thia i-ilv, i;th Inat., l.y Itev. Al-xan.ler Mi-Keii/.ie, li. 11., Mr. Henry c. I'lpt-r of New York City to .Mia* Jennie O. Sawin of this eitv. IlOi.Kl:- - I'li'Kl'l' —In Worcester, fiili Inai., hy lUv. W. I' I'eiiin. Mr. Charles M. of thi. cl'y I" MHi M. Kllen I'i.kup of Won eater.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Died. ADAMS—Ia lliia ,-ily. Til. mat., Ktli.l. inl'.nl il.ninl.t.-r &lt;&gt;f Chart** VI. an&lt;l Battt* 8. Adam.. CIIAMItI Itl.lN-M lint., Alfr.il N. 'Juaiuberllii, *1 year*. 3 ■***~ i; ilnys. CANNuN—L'iI hart* Jaasx* I'uiiii'.n. If) ve.rfl. CIIA.MIIKIII.IN—IU. mat., Volniy It. IJliuuiherltn, ."aa year., I MB*., 'JI day*, it MMisKi-.V-Ma lum , Catherine C*o*ax*Mi ey, M wars. (;&lt;i.MKK-'i)llll—lilh Inst., Kilvvaid .1., son i.f K.hvar.l J ami Margate: Conierl'ortl,l year, il month.*, jk d:.V». I.'I.AUK -mil inst., Mary X.. daughter uf K.lwanl ainl Man Ulatk, M years, a iiiimllis. liONXKI.I.Y — Ist lost., Miiliai-I.a.iii of Tlioina. anil fat In-ri ue linn nelly,:; yeara. * month.. I'OI.AN-M 1n.1., Annl.- M.. dauifhter of K.lwanl J. ami M:irv X. I'jlan, 111 yeara, 11 mua. KlTZllKUAl.il—M ln.t.. .lame. Klt/.eerahl, 7". year. GKuKUK—3th mat., llarv.-y S3 year., '16 .lays. GOKDOK—rah in.t, William M. Gordon, "!&gt; year., 7 lima., Vj ilavH. III'MP...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
The First Sign Of failing health, whether in the form of Night Sweats and Nervousness, or in a teams ot General Weariness and Loss of Appetite, should suggest the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This preparation is most effective for giving tone and strength to the enfeebled systcm, promoting tho digestion and assimilation of food, restoring the nervous force, to their normal condition, and for purifying, enriching, and vitalizing the blood. Failing Health. Ten year* ago mv health began to fall. I ana troubled with a distressing Cougb, Night Sweats, Weakness, and Nervousness. I tried various remedies prescribed by different physicians, but became so weak that I could not go up stairs without stopping to rest. My friends recommended me to try Ayer's Sarsaparilla. which I did, and I am now as healthy and strong as ever.— Mrs. E. L. Williams, Alexandria, Minn. I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla. in my family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is taken faithfully, that it will thoroughly eradicate...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
THE OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, ol ■'. WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, CHARLES H. BARNES. OUR STVI.KS AXE THE LATEST, OUK MANUFACTURE THE BEST, OVH PRICES THE LOWEST. OUR TERMS FOR PAYMENT UNEQUALLED BY ANY HOUSE IN OUR LINE. WE HAVE IN LARGE VARIETY CAKPETS, PARLOR SUITS, OIL CLOTHS, ODD CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, CHAMBER SETS, BEDDING, RANGES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS, AND EVERYTHING FOR A COMPLETE. OUTFIT for holsekf:epinu, for cash i OR ON EASY PAYMENTS. I CHARLES H. BARNES, U9 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. BOARD AND LODGIM. V PRIVATE FAMILY living in Ward Two. near Inmau Square, will take a gentleman and wife, or a single gentleman, either as boarder, or lodgers without board. Apply to R. R. at Pbes. office. * apifi —tf WANTED. I&gt;V A YOUNG MAN, an unfurnWied room, with I &gt; use of bath r-*om; muxt t&gt;« a large -.ue with clurtt*., wiiliin five niiuuteH* walk of Central Square. A'tdreas, with full particulars. "C," care of Carrier 4l!«, C...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
fltio BROE NORGROSS, Sncressors to John Harrington A Co. 17 4 18 Tremont Bow, 70 &amp; 72 Tremont Street, 660 and 662 Washington Street, BOSTON. THK Spirit of Competition. There", nothing mi earth so mysteriously lunar as a modern advertisement. They are built to do hard work. It would appear that customer* had to be knocked down with loud statements, and kicked Insensible with bankrupt reduction., and dragged in wilh irresistible slaughter of price* before the; would spend a cent. In their eagerness ti. crush out all competitor.* the modern advertiser strains constantly alter cheapness. It is one monotonous appeal to the supposed j popular demand for cheap things. Sacrifice, whole- | sale slaughter, and ow ing to lids or that fact (which |is not a fact at all iv many ca.es), aaauring th* : reading public that full Hues or hosiery will be sold at half cost, aud that H 5n Clove, will be seUl at 75 cents. I These arc specimen, cf ihe way In which the I modern quack advertiser ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 1\ PI'RCIIASMG, But unfortunately low prices. without any regxrd in durability, appear la. i-nteli ihe public. A long experience in business proves lo us thai 80. &lt;-ia-s jro,&gt;.|, p*jj |„,||, the dealer and purchaser. G€R SPRING IN took: Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST GLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers L at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PABLOB, LLBEA&amp;Y, OHAMBEB and DOING-BOOM FOBNITUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Blaok Walnut; WILTOH, VELVET, BBUBSELS, TAPESTBT and WOOLEN OABPETB; OIL CLOTHS and STBAW MATTING, ABT SQUABES, BUGS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers. 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sis., - BOSTON. €o Utt—got Sale FOR SALE. I*HE BEAD ESTATE on Harvard Street, corue of Kirn Street. Jiax. J. Head, 13 Tremont Bow, Kooui 10, Boston. TO LET. a Small Home on Dana Street. Apply to Charles E. Obau., 21 Pembertou Square, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
f tgal ftoiias. Coaaxaoawealta af n*iaaaca.ai««Ua. Middlkskx, ss. PROBATE COURT. To the Helrs-at-Law, next of Kin, and all other Person, interested In the Estate of Timothy Hubley, late of Cambridge, In said County, deceased. Greeting : UIHKKEAS, a certain instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, has been presented to said Court, for Probate, In Syi.vestek c Frost aad Patrick Ht.-b.lhy, who pray that letters testamentary may be issued to them, the executor, therein named, and that they may be exempt from giving a surely or sureties on their bond pursuant lo said will and statute; Yon are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Cambridge, In said County of Middlesex, on the fourth Tuesday of April instant, at nine o'clock before noon, to show cause, if any you have, against the same. And wild petitioner, are hereby directed to glvt public notice thereof, hy publishing thi. citation once a week, for three successive weeks, in the newsp...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Ruction SaltsBy 8- R KNIGHTS ft CO , AucfrsOfflces, S93% Main Street, Cambridgeport, and JB* Washington Street, Boston. Sale of Estates Nos. 224 Broadway and 41 Clark Street, Cambridgeport. EXECUTOR'S SAUS. Will be sold by Public Auction, on MONDAY, the 11th day of April, at 4 o'clock P. M., on the premises. First—Estate No. jbi Broadway, tbe boose Is wood, I stories high, containing 10 rooms, ansnssd for two families. Lot of land h»s nbont 2800 last Second—Immediately after sale of above rtorilbeq estate will be sold estate No. 41 Clark street. The house is wood, U&gt;4 stories high, containing S rooms. The lot of land contains about 2215 square feet. SIM) to be paid in cash on each estate at time and place ol sale. aprS—iw By B £. KNIGHTS ft CO., Ase'ra., Oflic.s693V, Main street, Cambridgeport, and 32S Washington street,*Hostou. Hlorsajsssjee'e "ale. By virtue of a power or sale contained la a certain mortgage deed given, by makoabxt Tkaynob to Okokok C. Kkhardsox, dated ...