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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

C. C. W. FULLER. //_/)/ ' * [ l /nTp Medium and •s3Jsift'cl New and Popular Styles h i?pM (A [ BPW,lfi -Ii tMIIItt WBAI,' VIH Suits $3.W to $11.00. i>w $4* thrib H'rimi w an. 561 Main Street, - Oainbridgeport _ iiiiii j BOSTON ONE PRICE (LOTiLMI (0 No. 550 HAIN STIEET, Md FeUnts l*Uti%»V FINE CLOTHINO. Spring Overcoats, ss to MS HATS. Young Men's Business Suits in Elegant Pattern., os to SM In all the New Spring Style*, for afa* aad Boy*. Four Button Cutaway Suits, «12 tn o*3 FROM SO CENTS la *sm\MO. Youth.and Boy's Suits, ot to SIX SILK HATS, liKUBVS AMD MR HATS. Children's Suita, S2.SO to »lo We have the exclu.lv* sal* uf lb* "ULVIL.I.E FEATHER WEIGHT H AT. taTfrOpolar hat EVEBYTHIHG NEW AKD THE LATEST tur -" > *"-* n *" l ' STYLE. FINE FVRN ISHINGB. OCR BOYS' DEPARTMENT An el.ga.t line ot eaclari-atvi., to will contain the latest novelties in Children's and NB_KWBp_P TOT LwMr—D,**.. Boys'Suiis. We are directly connected with <vie.if mwmwmm mw w — ...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Go to JUM May Parte to see the Dairy—The Sunday marnrng prayer meeting of the Cambrtaka T. M. C. A. will be held May Ist at TrtnMjsT.E-Ckurch Eaat Cambridge at 8. 30. AU men Invited. —There will be a meeting of the Cambridgeport Women's Christian Temperance Union next Tboradaar at S o'clock P. Ml, in tbe parlor of tbe T. IfTc. A. Bunding. Xr Harry B. Evan* and daughter visited Xew York last Saturday and returned Wednesday morning. During their brief ttey they engaged hi right asning, of which the metropolis is quite faaaou* in displaying. —Wit* the Golden Eagle Furnace had a warm house, flre kept (without rebuilding) all winter, with as little care as a stove. Shall build a boose aad will put in tbe Golden Eagle in prefer*nee. —At the meeting of Victor Lodge Wednesday evening the eatertalnment consisted of remark. fatae Goad of the Order by Fast Protector* Batcnelder, Marshall and Poole; banjo duet by Messrs. Wheeler and Steadtoaan; the presentation to the lAtOfe...

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Benefits of Fraternal Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Benefits of Fraternal Insurance. Mrs. Voiney X. Chamberlain, whose husband died suddenly on tbe 4th inst.. ha* received the following; sum* from organizations of a fraternal benefit character of which Mr. Chamberlain was a member: Cambridge Council. No. li, Hoaae Circle, *3500: FrsnkJln < ouncil, No. JO, 80-**) Areawmi. »3000, and Dana Council. No. 123, American Legion of Honor, 9&.00 Q. The several assodat'on* named above are local institutions which have a large membenhip.

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Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. A good andienee was gathered ia Temple Hall last Samlay evening. President Hicks presided, and congratulated hi* bearers that it was the last Sunday under the liquor law. Opening remarks were made by Mr. Frank E. Mason. Captain Eldridge, Warden of tbe Almshouse, wa* then introduced. Capt. Eldridge i* a pleasant and attractive speaker, and his address of about half an hours duration wa* well received. Ex-Alderman Davis then took the platform and spoke earnestly for the cause. S. fa. M'Cready was tbe last speaker, and spoke in his usual earnest manner, closing by propounding the query "What are we going to do with the boys when they are left out tn tbe p-old by tbe closing of the rum aaeaa*" and pl.-a.lepi eioquentry that a place of refuge or a resort of i mil kind should be opened where young men could pas* a pleasant evening iv reai.lng and Innocent anausement. A delegation from the Osgood Reform Club of ( baric-town will Ispresent next Sunda...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. A Pleasant Visitation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. A Pleasant Visitation. -What we venture to say will long be a memorable event in the annals of Port 57, and the Woman's Belief Corps connected with it, wa* the visit these organizations made conjointly on Tueadav evening to the beautifully situated, well conducted and appointed Soldiers' Home at Chelsea. Shortly before seven o'clock those who were to make up the party gathered in front of G. A. X. Hall, and while waiting for the conveyances in which they were to make the trip, passed the time most pleasantly in social converse. About half past seven o'clock live horse cars and a coach chartered for the occasion, were in readiness, and when all. numbering at least 175, were safely on board the journey waa commenced amid much merriment, which'was kept up till the objective point was reached. One and all declared that it is a lilx-1 on Chelsea to speak of her as dcseaseil, the streets being crowded with pedestrians, the ■tore* all lighted and everything showing signs of...

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G. A. R. Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

G. A. R. Entertainment. I In- s.Muii.l in tin- -.fries of entertainments give*. Ipv Win. 11. Smart Post 110, (i. A. H., opfurru.) lu>t Thiirsiluy evenliur. anil notwithsUiiplliu' tbe storm * goodly mimberof cuinra"lp'i with lap|le» were prudent, ami were well repabl ill MesaasJl to tlie excellent programme provided by Comrade .las. X. O.lell, eliairmall of tho guij.l of tlie order committee, wlii. li consisted of the following: Piiino solo. Ipy Miss Louie Kvans; declamation*. "Keinlnlseenee* of a school-day exhibition" aud "KtlinliurKb after Ho.jen," by W. J. Bowen: vocal duets, by Comrades l'ratt snd Monroe; impersonations, ''('apt. Derapsev's speech." "Man with the wooden arm,'' "Dixev'a imitation of Irving'* Hamlet." &c, by L.lim.u.l T. l'belan; drum solo, by Comrade .las. T. ( tark; song., "Urainl Army Comrade." ••Soldier Boy." •'Klt.Tt.*! cost of blue," Ac, by Mr... (ha.. A. tlav: recitation*. "KeutM''e*y .'hilosophy," "Our fcallroad." "Your nuine." *Je,,...

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MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

MOUNT AUBURN. —Work has been commenced on the excavation of the northern border of Fresh Pond. The Fitchburg Railroad has laid a track to this point to expedite the removal of the soil which is to be used ill tilling up the nooks and corner* on the northwest sj,|... The engine and about twenty cars cost $.*-*> a play and it will take about three hionths to finish the work. Tin- pond is lowering at the rate of 1 1-2 inches a day. Kingsley Park, where the ice houses stood on the east side, is lieing graded, and when the whole work is finished it will lie a very beautiful place. —The tire alarm tower has at last lieen painted and it should be lettered, as quite a minilicr of people continually ask what it is. It sometimes speaks for itself, but it is not a very common landmark about here. —A double house of ten rooms is beiiur built by Mrs. Quigley, on lushing street, ami it was let as soon as work was commenced on the cellar. —Officer Hixon was presented with an heir a few ...

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WATER-TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

WATER-TOWN. —Pequossette Lodge took part iv the exemplification of the work in the Masonic Temple on Monday last. —Tbe new Methodist minister. Key. W. G. Kichardson, comes from Warreu. Mass., and Rev. Mr. Twoiul.lv. whom he succeeds, goes to Brookline. The young men connected with his Sunday-school class showed their appreciation of his laliors by presenting him with several valuable books. —taut. W. B. Sears, president of the Baptist Social I'nion. gave Key. Mr. Capen of this town the post of honor at the annual mis-ting of that hotly in Boston. Mr. Capen's labors here have been pTowned with market! success. —Favorable weather induce* the boys to play truant ami absent themselves from school, and the officers have bail to arrest several as a warning to others. The lioys should rt-iiiemlier the oltl couplet:— "Labor for learning before you grow old. For learning is better than silver nr gold." —Through the persistent efforts of Principal Turner, Mr. Coombs, and others, the Y. M. C. ...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Sunday Services. "BUI Sqi-arf Chapel, B**con street, near Inman Squar*.— Sunday school st 1.45 P.M., with Bible class lor adult*. 3 P. M., preaching by Mr. H. 1.. Caulklns. 7 P. M., gospel meeting. Mi P. M., prayer meeting. St. PKraa'a Cin-acu. Main street—Rev. X M. tiusbee, rector. Services at 10.30 A. M., and 7P. M. Charles X tv ke Baft i.tChibch, Putnam At. and Magazine .treet. —Rer. W. C. Kiebmond, pastor. Preaching at 10 30 A. M . and 3 P. M. Sunday School at 1.30. Evening service omitted. PuoaPKCTSTBKKTCOJIOaaOATI.INALIJIIIBtB — Rev. As* llullarpl will preach at 10.30 A.M. Sunday Sch-s.l at \2 M. t'ommuuip.n at 3. Young People's Meeting at i. 30 P.M. preaching by la* Pasuir, Rev. 11. S. Beach, at T..IC p. M. Branch Sunday School, Mr. W. 11. Emerson, Superintendent, at Steams Chapel. Harvard stree. at I P. M. Bliti.ttiw.lv Bai-tisT Cm lu'H.corner Ilroadwov and HtLanlinau street. Key. E. X. Chandler, pastor.—Preaching to-ntot row at lo l *. A. M., by tbe l.a»lp,r. Sabbath S. b.*...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Lupins, are you in need of ■ ehteossesvnatl Do you wish to have your finger nails manicure. 1. If »o. visit I»r. I". Kknmsji.n-s new t.ttiee. No. 11l Temple Place, lioston. over X. 11. Steams -I Co. Take elevator. Hid oatoe asaae as before, at Xo. is.

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Married. FOKO-MAKSHAM.-Iu Somerville,, Mta iu.t., hy Rev. -sanaM M. Whimiie, 11. D, Mr. William 11. Ford of this city to Mia* U«.sie (i. Marshall of S-tnierv ille. LANE-SILI.IVAS—In this city. 27th Inst., hy Key. .lob:; F. lircderirk, Mr .ijhn n. Lane io Mi-*. "aat| A. Sullivan, both of this city. MANSFIEI.Ii- MiJ<JKE-ln this city, iftb ln*t*,by Rev.loln, F. Uroderiek. Mr. .lamas T. Mansllell p.f I.ji.ii t.i Miss Sarah X. Mps.re of thisiity. SMI 111—AL'STTN-In this city,->th lust., by Rev. ■lames .V. Whinnir, 11. li , .Mr. Samuel E Smith lo Miss Aunie E. Austin, l>oth p.f Kbo-Je Island. TONEK-MARTIS—Iu Boston, -.iHh inst . by Key . Fiaini. i. Nepperly, Mr. bVnianl F. loner of tbi. .ity to Miss Mary M. Marl's ot Momervlll*. Tirrs-MuIiUAN-ln thUcily, *-7ru Inst., by Key. Clarence E. Ki.-e, Mr. George Tufts of tbi. city to Miss Mary L. Morgan of Beverly. WALIZEK-M.COI XT-la tht. city, 2Tth la**., hy Key. John F. Hro.ler.ck, Mr. .lohn !.. Wallier of Broo...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Died. I.uMI -In this, Hy, Jltb In.t., Mary 1... vvljow ~f Hi.-liar.l tv.,11.1, rj veais. 7 uupuilps.* WM Ita "Wit iust.', William X. U .lies, p;:p >c»rs, I mouth. HLrrEKFIELII-2ith ln»t.,Cb»rle» M. Butti-ru*!.'., .17 years. CON WAV-1.'.11i inst .M»ry, wife .if Kit-bant Conway, M "steaa. CON h KLLI-ZJd inst., Bri.lgst, wife of Thoius. Ui.iu.elly, 40 vents tHMAUVt afch Insl.. Wlllhun 11., sou of Mlebs.-I A. an,l Alie* M. Don iliti*-. :i years, 1 inn... .-. .lavs. liKVINI: Stt Inst , .Ipsp-jpl. 'J. Devtae, *'1> yeais.*. month.. I'KWITT—On insl., >l;.ri;aiel S., wir« al .lames I. l>*.witr, 3. saasa, 3 month*., ,-.i sawe. (;.*i(iNK-'.-tih I ait., aaaaaal 1., »ife of l.oui. -'* yp.ari». 811 ll**** tak Bast , Telia, dauphin of Frank and Annie (lliiser, 1 year. GRANT—2nrn iipst., An.lrew J. (iraut. H years. *TWnaTlTirt Ts.lilam .aVwaall■ st.n'.t (leor^a and l.vi v Knowlton, S months, I6p]*ys. Mi:Kl'll V _.-,iu inst.,.lohn Murphy, fa years. ttILLXM...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

For Toilet Use. Ayer's Hair Vigor keeps the hair soft and pliant, imparts to it the lustre and trashna*. of youth, causes it to grow luxuriantly, eradicate* Dandruff, cures all scalp disease*, and is the most cleanly of all hair preparations. aIYCD'C Hair Vigor bas given me a". Itn 9 perfect satisfaction. I waa nearly bald for six years, during which time I used many hair preparations, but without success. Indeed, what little hair I had, wa* growing thinner, until I tried Ayer's Hair Vizor. I used two bottle, ot the Vigor, and my head is now well covered with a new growth of hair. — Judson B. Chapel, Peabody, Mass. ||AID that has become weak, gray, ll***!*! and faded, may have new life and color restored to it by tlie use of Ayer's Hair Vigor. —Mr hair waa thin, faded, and dry, and fell out in large quantities. Ayer's Hair Vigor (topped the falling, and restored my hair to its original color. As a dressing for the hair, this preparation has no equal.— Mary N. Hammond, Stillwater, Mi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

R©l POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thi* i-owtler never v:.rifi». A marvel of purity. ntreiijith ami v*.-liulettoiueiifss. ■ More economical thiiu (lie ordinal y kin.l*. and c.'iiinot be soM in coin, petition njth ihe multitude of low tent, short weight alum or phosphate i>owilers. Safe) >>nly in van*, Koval Baking IV/wi>tlftCO., 10t> Wall St., I\'. V.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Flcto REDUCING STOCK. CHARLESI BARNES 512 Washington Street, Boston. KOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS. Special Bargains la Substantial and Well Made Chamber Furniture. Bla*-k Walnut Chamber Set., (Jl.erry Chamber Set., Mahoguized Chamber Set*, ' Ash Chamber Seta, Painted Chamber Sets, ' From $15 to $75. We are offering also a line of Parlor Furniture i In Hair Cloth, Embossed and Crashed Plash and lUw Silk, at Prices that will make them extra . bargains. A I-arge Stock of CABPETS, OIL CLOTHS. I.KDDINQ, RANGES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS, and everything needed forcomplete ou ttit for hoase f urnishiog, for cash or on EASY PAYMENTS. Ji CHARLESI BARNES 512 Washington Street, BOSTON. j Dana W. Hyde •& Co., 609 MAIX STREET. Dry Goods f Crockery Few Goods Opening Daily. Ladles' Summer l"n.l*-r V*-sts, SS, 371-8, SOc. dents. I'ader Shirt* and Drawer*, 25 and SOc. | Ladlsp* Kid, I.l*le aad Taffeta Olore*. Ladle* and Children's Cotton Uoir, fin-1 Ished hsui, In fast black and fancy | co...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Stto E. BURT PHILLIPS, 35 Winter St.. Boston, DfPOBTES, MANUFACTURER, RETAILER, Crowded Store ! Immense Number of Buyers. LADIES GARMENTS. NEW GOODS, SPRING STYLES, AT LOW PRICES. New Goods from our manufactory received and placed in stock daily, and, are sold directly to our customers, who save one profit by buying of u-*, as we sell at manufacturers' pripflt only. WRAPS. Cloth, 98.00 and upward. Satin, 311.00 and upward, j'-t trimmed. Grenadines in Brocade uud Jets. $0.00 and upwards. A large line of elrgant Imported Fabrics, trimmed with lace aud finest cut jet, at prices that defy competition. VISITES. Beaded Silk. $11.00 and upward. Grenadine, 912.00 and upward. Velvet, a very choice selection. JACKETS. Greatest Bargain Ever OfferedA special lot of AU.-WOOl, JACKETS, cost S.-p i ucli, selling lor $1.93. Come early and make selection. 'Corkscrew and Whipcord, $7.60 and upI ward. Knglish Kerseys, $.">..">o and upward. Mode anil delicate shades. RAOL./V.IXS. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catchthe public. A long experience in business proves to us that rlr-t class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING STOOK. Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRS T GL SS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PARLOR, LIBRARY, CHAMBER and DIBTHG-ROOM FURHITURE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTOH, VELVET, BRUSSELS, TAPESTRY and WOOLEN CARPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STRAW MATTIBG, ART SQUARES, RUGS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers. 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - BOSTON. TO-DAY WE AEE SELLING Choice Dried Af pie, Be. per lb. Loose Muscatel Raisins, tic. per lb. Table Butter, 25c. and 30c. lb. Fancy New Orleans Molasses, o.">c. per gall. Porto Rico Molasses, 40c. gall. Very nice Japan and Oolong Teas, SOc. lb. "Perfectio...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Ruction SaltsBy EDWARD BURSHAM- Auctioneer* 623 Main Street, Cambridgeport. Household Furniture Per Sale at Publio Auction. VtriLLb* sold WEDNESDAY next, May 4th, at T T 9 o'clock A. 11.. at No. 70 FraXKLIX STBXaT, corner Pearl street. Cambridgeport, Household •fleets of every description, including Cabinet Bad. By S- £ KNIGHTB <t CO, Auct'r*. Offices, Main Street, Cambridgeport, aad 22*, Waahlngton Street, Bonon. FOR SALE AT AUCTION. Saturday, April 30, at 3 o'clock, P. M., At 47 Franklin Street, A Hue, new and thoroughly well built dwelling of 11 room., with opportunity ot sddlng 4 or t room. in upper part. The house is provided with all modern improvement*, and wa* built by the day under tbe supervision of the owner. In near proximity to the home is a well built stable with four stalls and carriage room for 8 or 10 carriage*. Tb* land contains 9,000 square feet,and the portion not covered is stocked with pear trees, quince bushes and grape vines. The Mil is sandy, dry ...

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Poetry. THE OLD COUNTRY STORE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887

Poetry. THE OLD COUNTRY STORE. How well I remember, Perhaps yon do too. When the towns were miieh smaller, And tbe coutitiy was new: How ibe mails came on horseback. Once a week past our door, And were straightway delivered At toe old country otore. There were dry goods and blankets, Mixed up witb tbe news; There was ready-made clothing, HaU and capo, boots and shoes; There were large candy apples, Which wore red ti> the cure. And fat candy babies At t.bnt old country store. How often I ventured, While wailing tbe mail. To price tlie toy playthings I found there for sale; There were no "five-cent counters" In those dayo of yore, And 't was Keldoni 1 pun-based At tbat old country store. A cheap line of hardware Filled up tbe back end; Ami a few crooked scythe-snaths. With a natural bend, Were kept In a barrel, Which stood near tbe door, With tbe things large and small, In tbat old country store. There were needles and thimbles, Horse collars and cheese. Tobacco and licoric...

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