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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge, REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY OMXY. HO BOSTON OFFICE. Have yoor property placed on pay list immediately, at ram In a position to thou and direct patron to mt place In the city. Building- Lota for sale In the most desirable locations. HOUSES FOR SALE. HpUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. TO ALL WHOSE VISION IS IMPAIRED. "^ DRS. EMERY & CHAPMAN, *%&yr *€?s*s OPTICIAItS, Of Boston, have opened the store at 507 Main St, Cambridgeport, ' And are prepared to adjust In the most Solentißc Manner, Lenses of every radius, Concave, Convex, Parlsooplc, Cylindrical, Cataract, Clerical and Double Vision Speotacles. IS- Consultation and Examination of tbe Eye, Free. fr Hacnllar, Par_Br & Company. RETAIL CIOTHIN6 DEPARTMENT. * The olothlng which we mannfaoture for this department Is made for the express purpose of supplying the wants of gentlemen who, believing that the best Si the cheapest, are willing to pay a fa...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

■ AM surprised, Genevra, to find that you have bought so much with the money: how did you do it?" "It all comes, Jack, from reading Tribune advertisements. I saw last week the advertisement of Walbridge Bros., that carpets and furniture were selling at special bargains during March. It was earlier than I meant to make my purchases, but I decided to go in and see if I could save anything by buying now. You have the result before you —my money has gone ever so much further than I thought possible. The new carpet, the-dining table and chairs, a cunning little rocker for my sunny window, some carpet remnants at great bargains, and several other things have been bought, and I have some money left. Now smoke your cigar in peace, for I have done the best piece of shopping since our wedding purchases." „■ - ..,:.' This Is only a sample conversation; Its counterpart has occurred In , many homes. Our special Maroh atlraettons are pleasing tbe public, and the bayers In this dull season are ple...

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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

East Cambridge. Mr. Towns, of Cambridge street is seriously ill. Alderman Coveney has been luiil up with rheumatism. - •The proposeil new route'for the Meigs railroad through I'ortlatnl street has been surveyed the past week. The East Cambridge Business Men's Club held a jolly gathering and card party at Nicol's on Tuesday evening. The annual business meeting of the Second Universalist. Church will take place in the vestry on Monday evening. The Sunday School of the Baptist Church Is making preparations for an Kaster concert. Mrs. Marsh is at the head of the committee of preparations. Rev. George L, Wrenii, who lias supplied the pulpit at the Baptist Church for the past six months very acceptably, has consented at the earnest request of the church to continue his services there. In the Superior Criminal 'Court at East Cambridge on Monday Timothy Shea, for assaulting Officer Bleu of this city last spring, was sentenced to the house of correction for three months. The election of offi...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

The bargains in carpet samples of 1% yards long for $I.f-0, of which rugs are made, is the reason why hundreds have been sold the past week at Lee L. Powets's Bargain Furniture Store. The new spring style of drapery goods for TO cents, the sash curtain stuffs In Chrenoy tdlk and Madras are just what are wanted hy yon 10 dress your windows. This young man Is an antst In his business. See him and believe him, (of bo in huittsl and upright In all his dealings. Eanodrietdnow nee Savena.

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The City Government. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

The City Government. A regular meeting of the board of aldermen was held Wednesday evening. W. H. Wood & Co., and 60 others, petitioned to have Broadway lighted by electricity; referred to the committee on lamps with instructions to give a hearing. Andrew Law petitioned for an abatement of a sewer assessment, on his property on Second street; referred to committee on claims. Davis Locke and Solomon Isaacs petitioned for innholders' licenses. Patrick Cronan, janitor of the Jeffersonstreet school, was appointed and confirmed as a special policeman without pay. Caspar Berry petitioned for a brick sidewalk on Hampshire street, Mrs. George 11. Coes for granite curbing on same street, and John Blight fjbr brick sidewalk and edgestones on School and Harrison streets. Margaret Murphy presented a claim for damages for injuries sustained by a fall on Short street on tho night of February 12; referred to committee on claims. James liyan.was complained of by the chief of police for ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Reports have lately been circulated prejudicial In the chaiacter of E. M. Holmes, one of our well-known citizens, and for over twenty years doing business -as a wholesale flour merchant in Boston. The repoftS referred to grew out of a sale made by one of Mr. Holmes's clerks some weeks previous to his late business troubles. Mr. Holmes hal DOthlua personally to do with the transaction, and Ibe effort to show bis connection with it, failed signally when the case was Brought before Justice I'arinenter in the Boston Court last, .Saturday. After a full and patient hearing tin, judge dismissed the complaint, laying: "I do not see that there was any intent on the part of Mr. Holmes to deceive, in any lo be presumed against him." E. B. Hale and G. A. A. Pevey, Esi|s., of this city, appeared fur the defence. *

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Spring Flowers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Spring Flowers. A assortment, of the choicest Mowers will be found at O'Brien's. Flowew and plants for Faster deeor.il oi,s are a ""Vpe< inlty with Ibis florist. du«i now Mr O'Brien Is soiling superb spocimens i f those court been list: Jaeqnomfnot, Marcchal Mcl, Cornelia Conk and pcurl tie Jardln, roses.

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CAUGHT AT LAST. Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant in the Toils. DETECTIVE DUCEY ARRESTS HIM IN NEW JERSEY. To be Brought to Cambridge Immediately. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

CAUGHT AT LAST. Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant in the Toils. DETECTIVE DUCEY ARRESTS HIM IN NEW JERSEY. To be Brought to Cambridge Immediately. Dr. Andrew Jackson Grant, whose matrimonial exploit with Miss Lucy Torrey of this City last summer, caused such a sensation, has been captured in New Jersey, by Detectives Ducey and Harrimau of this city, who are at present on their way to Cambridge with him. The Incidents lv connection witli Dr. Grant's marriage and subsequent career will be well remembered. He mot Miss Torrey while travelling at the White Mountains, and pretended to fall head over heels In love with her. He pressed his suit urgently and offered his hand and alleged wealth to her, which sl_ at first declined. In his- persistency he followed her home to Cambridge, and Miss Torrey finally yielded to his request and became his wife. Tttey were married in Cambridge by_ Dr. Peabody. Before starting off on a wedding trip Dr. Grant succeeded In converting Miss Torrey's $8,000 worth of G...

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

DEATHS. ANDERSON -In lliis city, 11th Inst., Mary A. Anderson, sued .'lll years. BAKER—IBth lust., Cathorlnc Baker, aged 45 years. BUI'TERFIELD—I3tb Inst., Sarah O. Hutterfleld, aged 73 years. DODQE—ISftb tnst., Ellen A. Dodge, aged 43 years. HOOD—lsth Inst, Samuel E. P. Hood, agod 26 years. JI'DKINS—I7Ih hist., Bllsa Maria Judklns, agnl 77 years* Funeral services lit She|ianl Memorial Church, Saturday, lit 3 I*. M. KEKOAN-15lli Inft., Mary Kcegaii, aged 08 years. PA INK—l6th 1n1t... buoy Elizabeth, wife of Henry W. Palne. lucd 70 years. PENNEY—I4th Inst., Thoma. W. Penney, aged 40 years. TEELE—I4th Inst., Samuel I. Telle, aged 60 years.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

IU Hfe _!I_!i^s_^'. F DONE - IN - THfTbEST- MANN LAMSON & HUBBARD, MAMTAi'IIUIKIIrI AM) KKTAII.KIIH. **■ BriH ** - w __________L:_L ■ iIvH _____ F r ■ <_ 1 '»'___■ -_■- </>o __________?■ 9 : ____l ° > _j ■; - ii x x go «^B ________ ~ Corner BEDFORD snd KINGSTON Hlrerts,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Manufacturera of Caaketa, Cofflna, etc. Wholesale ami Retail. MACCABEE & HANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoaimers, Wareroomi, 238 North Avenue, North Cambiidge, Odd Fellow. Building, N. It. Open I>ay nml Night. I«*r«»Ko*{3sgailH We give personal attention to all calls promptl' Seventeen years' experience. E. «J. Powell Maccabee. Arthur C. KanSCOin Residence, 4 Rlod street, North Cambridge. _ __ UNDERTAKERS. HARSH * LONG, If enilcrsnn's Itloek, '2-i'i North Avenne, North CuiKlirlilfr.... Mr. Long's Keslilenee, 10 Itlcn St. EMBALMERS. JOHN W. COVENEY, UNI) E RT AI *_ E R AUCTION KKlt * ItKAI. RSTATR AUNT. gales of Kent Kstata or Personal Property by Auction or Private Sain. MortgHgea Negollnteil. 193 CamlirlilKn street, B*S| Cambridge, ttiiriirr of Slatli street. t PIMCK KKIIIIKI) X—OXICC I IN OAHBBIO.OK TOR CLEANING CARPETS To 3 CKNTS per yard, Including Brussels, Tapestry, Woollen or Hemp, GEORGE F. RICKER 8c CO., Sikam Maiiiink CAiii'cr cu:ani:un. i Ml!.■.'■- i;I. ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

HAWTHORNE LODGE OF GOOD TEMPLARS WILL HOLD A GRAND FAIR! At THEIR HALL <>ver Stone. Market, opposite Porter's Station, TUESDAY, WEpNESDAT and TIIUI-SiiAlf EVENINGS, March 22, 23 and 24; alio, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. HIP* Tbe Fair will be marie pi en sing to ynunjf and old. WThere will be Useful and Fancy Articles, for sale, with Refresh me it ts, etc. , K_T" Two young ladles will bare charge of Cupid's Post v (flee, aud the young folks can Buy a very eweet letter for five ceutt*. ty A Phrenologist will be present each oveninn and will give a ten minutes' examination for twunty.flve coins. t_T" A Fine Musical Programme will be gWen each eTentng. and other attractions usually held at fain. Season 25cents; Aduihhion, 10 cents. Doors open, 7.30 and 2 P. M. NORTH AYE. GON6REGATL CHURCH. Dr. W. S. Alexander, rastor. SPECIAL, VESPER SERVICE SUNDAY EVENING, At 7 o'olock. C. L. Capon, organist and director: Miss S. C. Fisher, soprano; Mrs. Ellaßlake Mi-K-ee, contralto; Mr....

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

■ Easter flowers, spring songsters, and a renewal of cheerful social life, are now in immediate prospect. The outlocflc is a pleasant one. We congratulate you on it, and beg to remark that our contribution to the general good cheer in our usual line—that of the choicest plants and flowers. Our greenhouses are almost as well knowa as Harvard Square itself, and there is little need of special advertising, "except to say that our assortment for the Easter season was never so large and attractive, and that we are ready to fill all orders. Our salesroom is at No. 820 Main St., and our telephone is No. 7100. Promptness and satisfactory service at moderate charges are always guaranteed. P. O'BRIEN & SON, 820 Main Street, Cambridge. SPECIAL NOTICE. itfOßitiAitf Mcdonald & co.. ALL KINDS OP MARBLE AND GRANITE WORE. Memorial stones of All Descriptions on Hand, Or furnished tn order at shnrt notice. Particular alien lion paid to Lettering and Cleansing- Monuments In Cem...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Commonwealth of Massachusetts* MIDDLESEX, SS. PKOBATE COURT. To all persons interested In the estate of OLIVER HASTINGS, late of Cambridge, In said County, deceased, greeting: Whereas, LORENZO MAKRETT, tbe executor of the will of said deceased, bas presented for allowance tho fourth account of his administration upon tbe estate of said deceased; You aro hereby cited to appear at a Probate Cour , to be ho) ten at Cambridge in Bald County, on tho first Tuesday of April next, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any you have, why tbe same should not be allowed. And said executor is .ordered to serve this citation by publishing the same once a week in the Cambridge Tribune, a newspaper printed at Cambridge. three wuoks successively, the last publication te be two days at least before said Court. '■ H Witness, (iKoio.k M. Brooks, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this fifteenth day of March, in the year of our Ix>rd oue thousand eight hundred and eighty-seven. J. H. ...

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Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, March 20. Appleton Chapel, 1.80 P. M. Rev. Brooke Herford. Monday. French readings. Alfred de Musset, "Carmoslne." Professor H6cher— Sever 11, 4 P. M. Semitic seminary. Reader: Mr. M. L. Kellner. Subject: "Isaiah and the Assyrian Monuments"— 7 Lowell street, 7.30 P. M. Meeting in the Interests of Hampton Institute. Addresses by General S. C. Armstrong and others. Singing and speaking by colored and Indian students—Sanders Theatre, 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. Assyrian readings. Subject: {•Babylonian Psalmody and Its Relations to flic Hebrew Psalter." Professor Lyon— rCpper Boylston, 7.30 P. M. Wednesday. Divinity School Chapel. Debate. 4P. M. Greek reading f "IphiSeneia tn Taurlanland of Euripides (first alf). Professor Dyer—Sever 11, J. 30 P. M. Thursday. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Professor Loverlng—Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 12 M. Mathematical seminary. Lecture: "Some Equations in Theoretical Astronomy." Mr. G. W. SawIn—University 19, 4P....

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CŒUR-BRISE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

CŒUR-BRISE. Marion Derby, tall, fair, exceptionally beautiful, comes in from a brisk walk on the sands, strolls, bright-eyed and rosy and smiling, down the esplanade which fronts the Hygeia at Old Point Comfort, and drops into a chair in the pavilion. The wind blows freshly up from the Chesapeake, and the pavilion, which is built out into the water, is like the deck of a ship at sea. Marion suggests a picture of fair, fresh March. She sits staring out on the dancing, breeze-tossed waters, her white gown blown about her, and her broad-brimmed hat caught In tho gale and flapped impertinently about her bright face. Finally a rowdy blast tears it off her shining head and carries it away in a mad frolic, fortunately shoreward. Marion rushes for it with exasperation, but it eludes her pursuit, as hats will, and goes spinning just out of her reach down the esplanade. It is June, an off season at the Hygeia, and the place is comparatively deserted. Marion had the chase all to herself, until...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

THE BEST TOILET ARTICLES AT REDUCED PRICES. We hare tbe Largest Varimy of linn Imported Itotlet Articles e.nr shown In a Boston storo. Also a Full Line of floods from all the famous toilet artlalo maker, of tbls country. OUR SPECIALTY: Ts. Bkst Goods at Lowkb Pricbs thaw may cast iik iHiiiuiiT FOa ki.skv.hkii... WOODWARD'S, 40 —40 —40 Bromfield Street, Boston, The original, veduaed prloa, patent medial—•, perfume, toilet krtlnle aaa drnc store. Mt lor the H_UR STOIIK with -AIN■OW SIGHS.

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