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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

ESTATE FOR SALE. A RARE CHANCE. 'IVHE DESIRABLK ESTATE, 9» Hampshire St., ► 1 is offered for sale at a great bargain. The house contain* 11 rooms, with modern conveniences, ami suitably arranged for two families. Situated on a prominent thoroughfare, in a good licighl 1 irhooil within cany access of schools, churches, &c, a rare opportunity Is offered either for occupancy or invest ment. Apply nt Oambkidok Pan* OFVicE.for further particulars. fWr-horse power mm FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. VFOPR-HOBSE POWEII ENGINE, suitable for light work, will be sold low if applied for soon. The engine is of upright pattern, occupies but little flour room and is well adapted for iiuinufact urine purposes. Apply at Moukill & Ai.i.ks's, 356 Main Street,.Cambridgeport. aprllMf Grand Military Ball AND EXHIBITION DRILL OF Co. B, Ist Regt. Inf. M. V. M. (Massachusetts Guard.) CAPT. FRANK W. lIALLINGEK. To be held ill C7_vio_v h:--.i_i_, ON Thursday Evening, April 21st. Music: J. Howar...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Horace S. Harriett, Real Estate Agent, —FORCambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DKSIK ABLE -OCAHTI-8. Cam bridaeport Savings Bank. A Quarterly Meeting of the Trustees or the Cambridgeport Savings Bank Corporation will be holden at their Banking Rooms, on TUESDAY, the 19th day of April inst., at 9 A. If. J. F. LANE, Secretary. Cambridge, April 16,1887. i w ~sPEciAf Notice " To the.se hi\ ing houses and tenements to let. Having over forty good teuants whom I wish to supply with houses aud tenements before the first of May I will make no charge for letting any houses or tenements placed in my hands to let during the balance of this month. P. S. No person has lost one dollar of rent by any of the large number of tenants which I have furnished during the last year. •IJIIN MAHADY, Ueal Kstate ami Insurance Agent aprl6—l»> 613 Main Street, Cambridgeport. Spring and Summer. 1887. Our importations for the Season...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

C. C. W. FULLER* MEN'S PANTALOONS New Spring Styles, Mixtures and Color*. Prices to rait every on*. Special Line for "Working Men, $200 a Pair. BOYS' "^I^O'JTHIIVGK New Deeslgus, for School, Dress and Street Wear, all wool, mad* and trimmed In * theroufh and e*r*f»l manner, 93.50 and upward • suit. 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, - - - Cambridgoport. ZETIEW 817 OIR, 35. BOSTON ONE PRICE CLOTHDW CO, I*, .i.iO HAM STBEET, Odd Fellows Building. FINE CLOTHING. ' Spring (Jvercoais, S5 lo stiS I J-¥ Jk r f"» tSt Young Men's Kusiness Suits In Elegant * Pattern*, fcK to miO In all Uie New Spring Styles, for Men and Boys, Four Mutton Culaway Suits. Sl2 to *«3 FROM SO CKNTN lo »3.50. Youth's and Boy's Sulls, S7 to SlB SILK HATS. DKKBYS AND .SOW HATS. Children's Suits, E3.SO to Eio We have the exclusive sale of the NELV—II FKATHKK IVKIGHT BAT. .Th* popular hat EVERYTHING NEW AND THE LATEST for youu...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Opening of a ... Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Opening of a ... Ward Gossip. The bazar, ifaid of the building fund of the St. Joan's Tatunry Institute, was formally opened bat Maeviev evening in Institute Hall. nader most auspicious circumstances, and the aaeaibeis and friends of the Institute have reason to feel gratified with the propitious mauuci in which the affair was inaugurated. About 7 o'clock the sidewalks were lined with people, Everything wore s gala like appearance, the reason being the grand way In which the baaar was being opened. In the earlv part of tbe evening the members of the Institute. headed by their energetic president. T. W. Harrington, and the members of the Apple Island Fishing Club, with a drum and fife corps in the van, a platoon of police under command of Sergeant Corcoran of Station 3 and the Noddle's Island Band in the rear, formed in front of the Institute, and marched as far as Craigie Bridge, where the Columbian Guards, Company A, 9th Reft., under command of Captain D. F. Keefe. ...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —At the Monday meeting of the CongregationalisU In Boston, Rev. W. S. Alexander. I). D. of the Xorth Avenue Congregational Church presided. —Sanford H. Dudlev made an address at the last regular meeting of the Univcrsallst Club in Boston on Monday evening. —Mr. Edward N. Manning of the Cambridge Lacrosse Club, was present at the annual meet- j Ing of the Xew England Laerose Association Monday evening at the Qulncy House, Boston, was appointed one of the committee on finance. ; —In putting in coal for my furnace In winter I now only get 3-4 the amount, since 1 bought Dunklee's'New (iolden Eagle Furnace. —Mrs. Ann Bell, who was a nurse at the | lianvers Insane Asylum visited the Belmont District on Sunday, where her sister, Mrs. Kerr, was Iving dead. " Monday ntortring Mrs. Bell gave birth to a child, which she is charged with having murdered and secretly burying it. An autopsy bv Medical Examiner Holt revealed the fact that the infant was born alive. The woman is n...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Obituary. Ward Gossip. Easter Services. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Obituary. Ward Gossip. Easter Services. Sunday Services. Mr. Sumner Applin, residing at Xo. 131 Xorlb avenue, died at his residence on Saturday afternoon, at the age of 71 years. For many years he was identified with the furniture trade. )>eing a leading manufacturer in that business. Mr. Applin was connected with the firm of Braman, Shaw A Co., and Shaw. Applin & Co.. and retired from business a few mouths ago. He was a native of Swanzey. X. 11., aifll bad resided in Cambridge for several years. ll* leaves a widow, one son and a daughter. His funeral occurred on Tuesday afternoon. Rev. C. W. Biddle of the Third i'niversalist church, officiating. —At the Xorth avenue I'niversalist Church next Sunday eveuing the pastor, Rev. Mr. Biddle. will consider James Freeman Clarke's recently published tribute to I'niversalism. —At the Xorth Avenue I'niversalist Church Easter was observed with great Impressiveness. The congregations, both morning and even...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Married. CKAWPUKD- MMl 1.1.EN In Ihi.eilv, 1 lb tart., lev Key. William Oration. Mi. I**-* '.I 1 r.iwfee.l e.t Hlste.U, te. Ml-, lift. 1,,- I .M.Mil Hell *| ill l» 111 > . FINS' — KAIIKKI.I.- liiNenton.l.lh iii-t. by Key..l. F. Ollfelher, Mr. .leremuh Finn uf this city In Mb* Mary Farr.-U nf Newli-n. SALT—HUKD-Iu Ihis city. 14lh In-1., hy Kei. K.Uar.l VI. Ounhee, Mr Robert A. I .alt of l'hll.i ib Ipbia. M Ml«< Kale O. liurd uf this city. lIII'I'I.EK-ANDEKER—In this city, 14th tart- by Ed-raid H Mallsy, Km , faallw ..f ihe Ivaie. Mr. Andrew S. nippier lo Miss Mary T. Anderer, both of thii. city. KYDIIOI.M— CIIARLSOX-Iu this city, 9th lust., by Key. C. F. Johalisaoii, Mr. Charles A. Kydholiu to Mlv Sufi* E. Char]...ll, both of this city. KOUHINS -KNoWLEN-In this illy, I2lh Inst., by Rev. liee.rge W. Uriggs, D. D . Mr. Allien M. Ile.l.biiui lo MM Mary W. X m.wles, b.ith of this city. SMITH—CABLU——Ia llels illy, llth inst., by Waller W. Pike. Ksi| . .lustl.e.ef Ihe...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Died. Al'l'l.lN—ln this i-ltj', '."li lint., Sumner A|,|illn, 71 years, ;i nHi*., Tilaji. BLAKK — Huh Inst.. 1 hi.m.v Ul*ke,47 yeais. IMII.KY-lUli tart., Alice M., »lf* of K*B*ni Imilt-y, J7 yc»r». liriliS—l-'tli iiwt., Keehert, son of Adam ami .less!* Dels, Is years. Kl< HKKltii—stli lint.. .li-nnle , .laughter of Hans ami Mary Kb -lib, Ig. I" DM*. FOSTKH—I'II) lust., rbarles W., son of I'liarlet Slid Maria Foster, !* months, 7 day». FAItWKI.I. -th Inst.. Isiliella V . wife uf Bertram N. Farwell, US years, 7 month*, 13 days. eOOOWI— — Htta Inat , Klsie A., daughter of Merchant It. ami Isabella Goodwin, H years, b miei,., 4d»y«. , JOYC—- 12th Inst., Norah C ilaujliter r.f Kdward and Norah Joyce, 7 months, 0 day». KEN'NKDV—I2th lint.. S»r»h X., wife of William F. Kennedy, 27 years, 11 mouths. LITTLE—Sth lout., ltosannsh, wife of Mellaril (1. Little, 42 years. Mil: A BK -llth lust., Elizabeth, wife of Jainat «.- -("»be, 2.1 Years. McCAkT—Y—Tib but., KB*a,wMo* *l Mam Mc-C»tt...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

REDUCING STOCK. CHARLEST. BARNES 512 Washington Street, Boston. FOR TH- NEXT TWO WEEKS, Special Bargains In Substantial and Well Made Chamber Furniture. Blink Walnut Chamber Seta, Cherry Chamber Set*, Mahoguized Chamber Sets, Ash Chamber Sets, Painted Chamber Sen. From $15 to $75. We are offering also a line of Parlor Furniture Id Hair Cloth, KmboMeel ami Crushed Plush anil Raw Silk, at. Prices that will make tbem extra bargain*. A Large Stock of CAP.PETS. OIL CLOTHS. BEDDING, RANOKS, and everything needed f .1 complete outfit for limnie ftu-uiidiing, for caali or «>a EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLES H. BARNES 512 Washington Street, , i BOSTON. BAY STATE PAINTS In forty different shade*, suitable for exterior anG interior of house*. LIQUID PAINTS In forty tints, besides black and while, and a full line of Oil Colors, Japan Colors VARNISHES. Japans and Stains. ! MANI'F.U'TI'RKD BY lI.IIIMIWII. 1I0WLW1) i II Painters' Supplies & Artists' Materials, 82 & 84 Was...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

IjUto -^bbertiseawirts. Sjilz Bros. &Hoi_ " BROWNING" Spring Overcoat, j $15.00. I i Tin' "Browntag" Is tli- latest fashionable : Spring (hereout, sizes .'i.'l to 37 in the new j simile Light Brown Twill, eat shorl, covert i lap Fe-eini, satin sleeve linings, exact fitting I tailor made garment, iinii especially de- ' sioiied in til the place ot eostom work at t>' i greatly i i-iht.-i-il pritf. $15.00. Spitz Bros. & Mork Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Eetailers, 508 Washington Street, 5 Bedford Street, mart RUMTOIV. 2t LADIES' $5.00 French kid Boots. Kiu« New Vnrk Made, .-liming out at $3.00. jGent's Hand-Sewed $5 Shoes, I CbiSinejOUl r r $3.00. Latest Style*. j JOHN BATH & SON, 755 Washington Street, - Boston. Oppostta Continental Clutliing House. BOARD AM) LODGI\G. VPSirATS FAMILY Bring in Ward Two. MM Imirii: S.|ti:,r-\ will taki> a gentleman and i {wife, or a -.iii_l«- _entlfi-i:iii, either a* boarder? or ' j lodger*- wit...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

HE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IX PI'KdIASIXG, But unfortunately low |.rices, without any r«-x»rd to iliir.ibi.it v. appear t«» ciiteh public. .-V long experience in business proves io v* limt tir-t i-lgiui jpmil* pa) bthe the dealer and purchaser. „(,(, OKI 14* SPRING STOCK Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST GLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PABLOB, LIBRARY, OBAMBEB and DDTIKG-EOOM FUBNITUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnutj WILTOH, VELVET, BETJSSELS, TAPESTEY and WOOLEH CABPETSj OIL CLOTHS and STEAW MATTI-G, AET SQUAEES, BUSS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., ■ BOSTON. BRINE | —Ai\DNORCROSS, Successors to John Harrington & Co. 17 & 18 Tremont Bow, 70 & 72 Tremont Street. 660 and 662 Washington Street, BOSTON. THE Spirit of Competition. There's nothing on earth so mysteriousl...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

CO gtt—gox Salt TO LET. MA Sew Uriek House, on M»in street. near the College, of 13 rooms. Apply lo Ch»*. H. Huuuevrelt, Real Estate Ageut, Harvard square. aprlli - 2w* TO LET. A NICK TEVKMEST of six room* ami wash room, on Glenwood Avenue, near Pearl street. Inquire of KDWARD KENDALL. 1.19 Miiaariue Street. aprl6—if FOR SALE. TOME BUILDING AND LAND now occupied by A. tl.e Cottage street (Grace) M. E. Churcli. the lot lias (iIKH) feet of lan.l. This plena—* a favorable opportunity f.n' intestmcui. Apply to Rev. N. Is. FISK, No. 10 Fairmont Street. ap9-tf FOR SALE! rrm E READ ESTATE on Harvard Street, corner X of Elm Street. Jami s -1. Rkaii, 13 Tremont Row, Room 10, Boston. TO LET." M Small Ilouge on Dana Street. Apply to Chakles E. Cram, al Pembertou Square, Boston. TO RENT. VT ICE. XEW and convenient apartments,or i-ingle _▼< houses of from 4to 8 rooms each. Rei.t M.'i to S2oper mouth. Ready March Ist and April Ist. Apply at Xo. 5 River sired. feblli—tf For Sale at a Ba...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

SaltsBy 8. £. KNIGHTS * CO.. A-c'rt., Offices693>4 Main ttreet, Cambridgeport, and 2_ Washington street, Boston. .~erlajagrCa Hal*. By Tirtae of s power of sale contained la a certain mortgage deed given by MAROAsarr Tkaymob to George C. Richasdoox, dated February tirst, 1879, and recorded with Middlesex (South District; deeds. Lib. lEel, fnl. 300, -trill be sold by Public Auction, upon the imailsss. THURSDAY, the fifth day of May, IM7,at two o'clock In tbe afternoon, all and singular Use premises conveyed by said mortgage rtned namely A CERTAIN LOT OF i-AND with the buildings thereon, situated on the northerly side ef Colunibii street, tn that part est Cambridge. In th* Commonwealth of Massachusetts, called Cam bridgeport, and bounded and described aa follows, Tia.: Commencing by lot numbered twenty-three (II) oa the plan hereinafter referred to, at a point oa the northerly line of Columbia street, distant 10*. feet northeastwardly from Lincoln street, and thenea running...

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Poetry. AN EMPTY NEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Poetry. AN EMPTY NEST. A frare old aaa sad a maldea fair Walked tofetber at early morn; Ska tfcraahee up ia the clear eeol air ■aa« to the farmer planting his corn. JLaA, oh, how sweet was the fresh-turned mould! _ad, oh, how fair were the budding trees! l*er daisy's stlrer and daffodil's g..: d Were fall of the happy honey bees. "Ah, look! there's an empty nest," she said; "Aad I wonder where sing the last year°* birds?" Than tbe old man quickly raised his head, Though scarcely be noteel her musing words; He tore the nest from tbe swaying tree. He flung to the winds its niosa and hay, Aad said, "when an empty nest you see, Be sure that you throw It far away." ••Bat why?" sbe asked, with a sorrowing face— "Why may not tbe pre.ty home aldde'.*" ¥ Because." he answered, " 'i will be a place la which tbe worm and the slug will hide. least year 'twas fair enough In its wayIt was fall of lore snd merry with song; Bat days that are goue must not spoil to-day. Nor dead Ji.y s do the living...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

—A subscriber asks: "Can you send me a good receipt for hoarhound candy?" Certainly we can, dear. Send along your candy and you will get a receipt by return mail. —A very thin dude walking along the street between two finely built young ladies drew the following unpleasantly audible comment from a grinning street gamin; "ain't much ham in thai sandwich.'' —Jiber—"That's a very killing bonnet yonr wife wore to the theatre last evening." Jiber—"So I understand. The fellow who sat behind her nearly twisted his neck off trying to see around it. —It's been given out that my daughter was married." said a gentleman neat Griffin recently, "but I want to state there hint no truth in it. Such talk as that will keep the youug men away. She ain't married at all. but is just as willin' as ever." —A bard-up looking tuan who had accosted a citizen on canal street for IU cents was answered with : "Set: here, didn't you hit me for a dime only three days ago?" "I believe I did. sir, but do the best I...

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For Scrofula, Impoverished Blood, and General Debility. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

For Scrofula, Impoverished Blood, and General Debility. S'itf.l Ei.iiiisi,.,, ut- I'ure C.„,l /..'•-,- OU irith //ifjiotihos/i/iite*. ha. uu ,-e|ual in the whole realm of Me.li.-in.-. Keail tin- following: --I gave one bottle of Scott's Kmulsion te. mi own chiUl for Scrofula, and Ili«- tmett wa-mar\,!-ous."—o. r. 6—ST. .M.D.. Whit,- Hall. In.!. -

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

One Cent Invested in a )K>stal earii i»n which to semi .\uiir a<l«lresto Hali.-ti A I 0.. Portland. Maim . will, lev return mail, bring you free, particular, about work that i«>tli -.-xe-. of all ssjss, ,-an i!u. ;u,.l live st iiouie. wherever you are loi-ateil. earning thereby from *-"> to WMeptTean, ami upward-. Sonic lisve earned over *-"si in a -in.-!,-da*. Capital not required: urn an- -taitiil in-.-. "Petroltne" Poronsetl l'!**ter* Are tin- U-st i-\t'-rn;i) r.-tm--I_\ rtcv -le-\i-e-.|. They afford iti-tant relief, ami an not i-xhitiitnl at County Kair- like -prize turnip-." mat an recoiiiinemie.l by phy-.ii— n. aiul aahi an tir.trla.s ilruifirists aiul 11. X. limy, ('aiiil.rid^.-porl. —'I'll.-i-nrn-srejiiil.-nt uf a i-otmtry new -I,:i|«-r wrot,- from th,- South. sawriMagtfci iiiiluh i After telling how tin- humbler iK-o|i]e- wi re buried, be adds: ■Bui when people ,lii- of distinction, they are buried in tin- following inaiiner." —Ay...

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Prospect Skating Academy. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Prospect Skating Academy. Since Mr. E. J. Kraetzer has assumed the entire management of the Prospwt Skating Academy many notable changes have tak[en place. He conducts his business in a systeuiative manner, and gives personal supervision to all the details of the business. Objectionable person- are not allowed to skate, nor participate at any ot I the entertainments given in this rink. He proposes to abolish and prevent any feature of a demoralizing character, anil will endeavor to make this popular resort worthy ofc'publie patronage. On Tuesday evening last, a fancy dress and costume carnival was held, aud conducted in a praiseworthy manner. Many of the costumes worn hy the skaters were beau iful , and elaborate, representing all phases ut character, from the king to the newsboy. ! Someof ( the representations xveregood. and i the characters tvell portrayed, this being : particularly noticeable among the lady participants. During the evening the man- I ager presented prizes as foll...

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Fraternal Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887

Fraternal Visit. On Monday ex'ening about 150 brothers of Betheld« Lodge, Xo. .'lO, of South Boston, paid a fraternal visit to Friendship Lodge, Xo. 20, under tlieir Xoble Grand, Kichard C. Ilankin and spent a very pleasant and profitable evening. The third degree was worked in an admirable manner, and after the Lodge adjourned a very fine entertainment was given iv the lodge room, consisting of music and declamation from some of the brothers and a number of speeches. A very pleasant feature of the evening was the presentation on behalf of Friendship Lodge by Past Grand Master Horace W. Stickuey in a very appropriate aud neat speech of txvo beautiful volumes of the "Picturesque World," to Brother Hazelxxood of Friendship Lodge. A banquet xvas afterwards served iv the upper hall, and at an early hour in the morning the visiting brothers departed in four special cars much pleased W—fa Ihe manner in xvhich they had been received. Among the prominent members of Bethesda Lodge who xvere ...

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