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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. —A new hard wood floor was laid iv the engine house during the week. While the work was in progress the tire apparatus was stationed at the rear entrance on Russell street, to leave by that way in case of an alarm. —Twenty-two men employed iv Foster's brick yard quit work Thursday "morning, owing to dissatisfaction with foreman Snow. Officers Stetson. Doyle and Wells and the Chief of Police and Captain Lucy being sent for. arrived at the yard aud told the men they must either return to their work or quit the "premises. All went back to work save five, who took their belongings and left. —Mr. F. A. Packard, lately residing in thi* Ward, died lost Saturday, "at the American Hotel, Chicago, after a brief illness. He was a member of Mt. Sinai Lodge of (Hid Fellows, and of Amicable Lodge F. and A. M. The remains were brought to Cambridge aud were given burial in Cambridge Cemetery under direction of the Masons and Odd Fellows, yesterday afternoon. —Mr. James X. Farwell, ...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

ADVBBTISINO BATES. Rash Square, (on. inch.) Ist lime tI.OO •* *- each subsequent insertion .50 BJAU advertisements will be charged at tbe foregoing rates, except when special contracts are

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

A V CD'C Sugar-Coated rA ¥EL It O Cathartic If the Liver be- nil I 4*** comes torpid, if the I I L.L.O. - bowels are constipated, or if the stomach fails to perform its functions properly, use Ayer's Pills. They are invaluable. For some years I was a victim to Liver Complaint, in consequence of which I suffered from General Debility and Indigestion. A few boxes of Ayer's Pills restored me to perfect health.—W. T. Brlgutncy, Henderson, W. Va. For years 1 have relied more upon Ayer's Pills than anything else, to Regulate my bowels. These Pills are mild in action, and do their work thoroughly. I have used them with good effect, iv cases of Rheumatism, Kidney Trouble, and Dyspepsia. — G. F. Miller, Attlcborough, Mass. Ayer's Pills cured me of Stomach and Liver troubles, from which I had suffered for years. 1 consider them the best pills made, and would not he without them. Morris Gates, Downsville.N. Y. I was attacked with Bilious Fever, which was followed by Jaundice, and was so danger...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

OH> POWDER Absolutely Pure. Tliis powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomenesr?. Mure economics, than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be sold in competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold -■></*/ in cans. BoTAL Baxd-Q PowlWß Co., luO Wall St., BF. V. Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, -FORCanibridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIRABLE LO("AIITIES. CITY 0F AMBRIDGE. May IS. 1887. Herirv A. Miner has petitioned for a Druggist's License* of the Sixth class for the sale of Intoxicating Liquors at 161 Cambridge Street, in the room on the lirst floor of the premises, contiguous to the street. By order of the Board of Ahlenneu. Attest: WALTTSB W. PIKE, City Clerk. Dana W. Hyde & Co., 609 MAIX STREET. Dry (Ms i Crockery New Goods Opening Daily. Ladles' Summer Under Vests, 25, 371-2, SOc. Gents. I'niler Shir...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

BOSTON ONE PRICE TLOTHINti CO, MEN'S, YOUTHS'AND BOYS GLOTHIN6. THE BEST FITTING. HATS. THE BEST M IDE. '° a *' tne ew *--' t y- e8 or Men, Boys and Children. THE BEST STYEE. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, THE LOWEST PRICES. NECK-WEAR, j UMBRELLAS, Our clo'hing is made tor us WHITE, FANCY AND FLANat our Wholesale Store. We' NEL SHIRTS, pay ho .Jobbers" profit. CashißOYS' FLANNEL BLOUSES. and Small Expenses enable us; STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name the LOWEST PRICES i RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. OVER ALLS and JUMPERS. So. 550 MAIN STREET, Odd Fellows Building. W. M TO WNSENB, A Co. C. C. W. FULLER. \ MEYS RUE SI ITS. $8.50 OTHER SIMMER SUITS, $B.M. STnA ifii mk HnTB, The above cut shows our 50c. MACKINAW HAT for Men, the best hat you ever saw for the price. SUMMER UNDER-WEAR and HOSIERY in full variety. Complete Suits of Under-Clothing for 50c„ and up to $6.00. 5(31 Main Street, - - - Cambjidgt^ort. SPEUCE"' PHAE WE AltE PIiBPAREII TO FUKN.3H House Frames ~VSi,.,: at Short Notice. OTJR FACILIT...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Death of Mr. Towne. Parliamentary Fund. Sudden Death. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Death of Mr. Towne. Parliamentary Fund. Sudden Death. Ward Gossip. Br. George G. Towne, after a lingering illness of several months, during which he suffered IncnuaaUj, finally succumbed, on Friday evening of last week, to the diseases which had made great inroads upon his constitution. The cause of his demise was dropsy together with heart disease. The deceased wss 4ft years of age and was bona in Stanford, N. 11., from which place he removed when but a child, taking up his residence, with his parents, in Boston, where be attended tbe public schools. When he had finished his schooling be secured a position in a mercantile bouse, engaged In the flour trade, in which be continued till the breaking out of tbe war, when be joined the 4th Artillery of Massachusetts, in which he served three" years. At the close of the rebellion be returned to Boston and entered into the business of a restaurateur, which he conducted successfully until he removed to this citT some fifteen...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Thursday being the Feast of the Ascension, imposing and appropriate services were hehl during the day at all the Catholic Churches. —"No flies on us."* remarked a prominent •'victualler", as Serg't Batcheldar vv ith his assistants retired from his premises, after an unsuccessful search for the "ardent". —District Justice 11. D. Allen, in company with Mr. James P. Ewell. Supreme Trustee, and Mr. Dana R. Hovey, Past Chief Justice, start to-day for Columbus, Ohio, to attend the National Convention of the Order of the Iron Hall. —A fancy dress and costume carnival was held at the Prospect Skating Academy, Wednesday evening, complimentary to >lr. A. N. Cunard. The affair was Itlierally patronized, and netted n handsome sum to the U-netieiary. —Those doughnuts of Thurston & Hall's are immense. —The unseasonable weather has In-en quite j productive of colds and throat ailments. To i relieve these troubles Thorndike's Kalsamin is most efficacious. ...

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WATER TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

WATER TOWN. —The Masons seem determined to organize and erect a $35, l> w > building; hut whether it will pay or not is another question. —The Congri-gationalists by ■ very large majority, have refused to accept"Key. Mr. Wilson's resignation. He has the matter under advisement. —Let us again suggest to the horse railroad management that it would be a good investment for them to keep tbe thoroughfare watered from Newton to Bowdoin square. Thousands would then ride in their ••magnificent" o->en ears Unit now patronize tlie steam cars in preference. Kvcrv man has to eat his peck, hut no one wants to eat it all iv one day; and he will have to, as things now are. unless he goes as closely veiled M a Persian woman. That word "magnificent" ! above quoted. I know savors of ''talfv," but let It go. —The new time-table on the Fitchhur-j Kail- I road doe* not affect tbe Watertown Branch. ! —I have been told that horse railroad man- j sgers never read the newspa...

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Real Estate Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Real Estate Sales. 1.. M. Haiinuin. real estate agent, has sold during the past week the estate of Key. Arthur M. Knnpp.2l Clinton street, to Csssa. A. Sawyer, for *.H.'2*iO; the estate of James King, Id Kssex street, to Lemuel H. Spalding, for *4,1KK1: the lot of land of Frank A. Kennedy, corner of Harvard and Higelow streets, to IsssTssTaTf (ireeh, for 72 1-2 cts. per foot, and lot of land of J. fr. O'Brien et al., containing SUMO feet, to rtcuhcu Arev, for 211 its. per foot, lie reports business brisk. —At the election of officers to till the vacancy Occasioned by the promotion of (apt. I. M. Foss to Lieut. Col"., Ist Mass. Kept.. U. R., Knights of I'ythias, the following were elected: Sir Kt. Lieut. X. XX. Marden to Captain, vice Fuss promoted: Sir Kt. Herald.). M. Nazro to Lieut., vice Marden promoted: Sir Kt. Sentinel T. J. Wright to Herald, vice Xazro promoted, last (irand Chancellor J. A. Fox is expected to he on hand for initiation at the next regular meeting of the Divisio...

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Sunday Services. Gkack M. E. Cui'RCH, if.irn.erly Cottage Str..:.) Rev. N. B. Ki-.lt, pastor, will preach in the I Will of the new ehnnh tomorrow, at 1».:«) A.M. Tlii* will be the tirst service in the new ehurrh. The Suti'l.HT rooming prayer meeting of the Cain bridge Y. M. C A. will be hehl May SM, in tie North Avenue M. E. Chun-b, at I .'At. All men cordially invited to attend. CUABLES I.tVKK »A I*l I **T ClU' RCH, Putnam Ay. and Maga/ine street. — Key. W. C. iCI-'bniond, pallor. I'reuching by Her T. B. Houae at MM A. M., wMm at ;i P. M. by'Kew i\ H. Wataon of Ailii - ton. Prayer meeting at 7.. W. Prospect St rke i •:<>ngrf.qatio.\ai.Ciii r. vThe Pitsst'T, Key. I». N. Beach, will preach at in ;,, A. M. and ZM P. M. Sunday School at !_• \|. Young People*-* Meeting at i;.:a* I*. M. Branch Sunday School, Mr. W. H . Emerson. Superintendent, at Steams Chapel, Harvard ntreti at -J P. St. Third CoNORKiiArioxAL So* ikty t,t'nitari.iiw Austin street.—Key. A. E. White ...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Married. BIKKWEILEIt—BAUXMAS -In Boston, 12th inst., I') Key. Louis B. Schwar/, Mr. Louis Bierweiler to Miss Lino. Kauxinali, b.,lh of t'ifs city. BKnW.v—yl'lNN-la ataatoa.l-'ih laat-bj Hey. John llo.sl, Mr. .lames \v. Ilrown of this city, to .Miss Leila tjuinii of Boston. BANCROFT—RIVERS—In Solnorvllle, IKlh Inst., by Itev. W. H. Thomas, I). 1)., Mr. Edward A. Lati.-roft Oa Somerville, to Miss .M iry B. Kivers of ibis eitv. JAi.olis--MYKKS-In this city, l-Jth in.t , by Lev. .Mark .1. Hamburger. Mr. Asher Jacobs lo .Miss 80-table Myers, both of this city. KEEFE—Iio-iK—ln this . ity. 12th inst., by Itev. John .1. I'rinlii, Mr. 'I'iiuotliy Keefe to Miss Annie O.pit, both or this <-tlv. PINNEAN—LAFLA.MME—In Boston, 15th inst., by Itev. J. Raistlorf, Mr. August Piuueuu to .Miss K.-lla P. Latlamnie. belli of this city. PRIDIIAM—VAN'ASSES—In this city, lstu inst., ay It,:v. Edward M. liusl Mr. Samuel it Pridhani.to .Mrs. Sarah YauasMu, both of this city. REKU-MiaJL'E —In this c...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Died. BUTUnt—ln tills city. Htli Inst., Ellen, wlilow of .lames liuller, HI years. BLOOMEIt— l.llli insl., Irena, wlilow of James Bloomer, BJ years. BKEEN—I7IIi lust., Bartholomew Ureeu, ;ie years. liCC'K— lath lust., Alice, daughter of Frank and Mary Buck. -years. 11 montlis. EASTEKBKOOK—IsIh Inst., Moses, son of Moses P and Jane E u-terl>rook, I years, 2 m 0.., 23 days. Gltlr'r'lN Mary, daughter of James and Annie Griffin, ."> years. 2 mouths. GRANT -13th inst.. Rachel, infant daughter of Daniel *T. and Mary Grant. Oiiiil >— i.'-th lost , Tiuiothy Good, 65 years. GHOSE-17th lust., Mary 1... wife, of ilenrv H. HOWE-20th lust., David Howe, aged a years. Grose, 21 years, .' months, 7 da)B. LONG-lsta Inst., Julia A-, (laughter al Jeremiah J. and Margaret Cong, 11 months, IH days. Mi N A VIAKA -li'th Inst., Margaret, wire of John McNamura, SO years. MATHEWS—I7th insi., John W. Mathews, 36 yrs., ii months, 24 days. KOVAK—IStb last., Margaret, daughter of...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

kmwsA The importance of purifying the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pat* blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's Ps-srilliar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens rCt-UHar and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, ami preparation of tbe vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaiiarilla pecul- T-. 1 + eolf lar curative powers. No ' O ITSGIT other mediciue bus such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not bo Induced ' i take any other instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and is wi rthy your i.-ouiidciice. Hood's 6arsapartlla Is sold by all druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood fc Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar I

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

DR E. S FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN (Store with C. W. Bali-win, tlie I>iamood I>calei. > 24 BEDFOBD STBEET, - BOSTON. through to -11 Avon Street. Elegant Eye iilas*-es, Spectacle.-. < ipera, Field and Ma till) fl..w.wiT. Hilt ■r.iijtfllng in the line of Uptleal Good*. W* Mm Special Attention to the examination •>fll.<- Human Ey«* ant tin* .-ientilif iul.i[ tv limi anil proper .oijuMtn.-'il of the .-orrei-t lense* fur all rorreiiauU* defect*, of rMua No charge fui exainiiiati nir*. K.-pairini' nearly ■-».•■• ntf-l. my J 4—'» m

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Hctu REDUCING STOCK. GHARLESH. BARNES 512 Washington Street, Boston. fOll TBK NiiXT TWO WEEKS. Special .Bargains la Substantial and Well Made Chamber furniture. Haas Walum Cliamber Sets, l.'lierry Cb.mb.r Sets, Vlabogi-ized Chamber Sets, Asb Chamber Sets, Painted Chamber Sets, Prom #15 to $75. We are tiMering also a line of Parlor Furniture In Hair Cloth, Embossed snd Crushed Plusb and Haw Silk, at Prices that will make tbem extra bargains. A Large Stock of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, lIKDDINO, KANCIES. BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS, snd everythln? needed for cum lJute .unlit for house furnishing, for cash or on EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLES H. BARNES if 2 Washington Street, BOSTON. The Old Drug Stand. The umlersigned would- respectfully announce to th. people of this vicinity that be has bought the old drug stand formerly kept by XV. R. WILLEV si CO.. at 288 BROADWAY, NEAR NOBFOLX STBEET, where he has got a new and well selected stock of Drugs, Medicit.es. Herbs, Toilet Articles, together with a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Ufto RBPOBT OF THK lOKDITIOIH Of THE NATIONAL CITY BANK of Cambridge, at Cambrldgeport, in the State of Massachusetts, at the close of business, May 13,1887. Besaarees. Loans and discounts, - ■ $283,729.36 Ov.rdrafts, ..... 5.32 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation, - 50,000.00 Doe from approved reserve ageu s, - 111,139.00 Current expenses and taxes paid, - - 440.0] Checks and other cash items, - - 5 131.96 Bills ur other Banks, • - - 4,965.00 Fractional papercurrency, nickels and cents, 21.1S Specie, ..... 5.400.00 Legal tender notes, .... 2,450 00 V. Is. certificates of deposit for legal-tenders, 6,000.00 Kedempiiun fund with L*. S.Treasurer, (5 per cent, of circulation) ... 2,250.00 Due from IT. S Treasurer, other than 5 per cent mleeniprlnu fund, - ■ 620.00 Total, - *389.152.01 Liabilities. Capital slMi-k paid in. - .100,000.00 Surplus fund, - ... 50,000.00 Undivided profits. ... 13,531.11 National liank notes outstanding, - 44,500.00 Dividends unpaid. - 366.00 Individual deiiosiu...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED 1\ PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without- any regard to durability, appear t» eatchthe public. A long experience in business proves "10 us thai tir-t class goods-p.-iy hold the dealer and purchaser. our 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 FABLOB, LIBEAEY, CHAMBER and DUfING-BOOM" FTJBNITUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTOH, VELVET, BBUSSELB, TAPESTBY and WOOLEN OABPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STBAW MATTLKG, ABT SQUABEB, BUGS and MATS. CASH OR PABTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sis., - BOSTON. €a %tt —Jf or Salt. TO LET. I BURNISHED FRONT CHAMBER, up one flight, near Central square; reference required. Apply at 191 Green street. iny-jl—tf ~ TO LET. APARTMENTS in Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., near Austin street. Apply to Leakdeb Ukkelv, 113 Broadway. myl4—t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 21 May 1887

Ruction SaltsBy 8- £■ KNIGHTS * CO-, Auot'it. Offices, 593% Main Street, Cambrldgeport, and 22* Washington Street, Boston. Sale of Desirable Residence, No. 427 BROADWAY, COR- OF ELLBBY BTBBBT, OLD CAMBRIDGE. Will be sold by public auction, THURSDAY, M.j 26, at 5 o'clock, P. M., on th* rmmlsss. Tbe house is wood, 2% stories high, oontatalDg 12 onveniently arranged room.; ampl. eloMt rooas bath room, furnace, gas, hot and cold watar flits, r. a all In good repair. Tbe .lot of land has a front oa Broadway of about GO feet, with about the sam. front ou Kllerv strMt, well stocked with grapa visas and fruit trees. Tbe location la very central, In a good neighborhood ami near Harvard College. •300 to be ■■at.! in cash at lime and place of sal.. £ or . £??' • na f artner Particulars apply at offlo of 8. D. Wkittamore, 209 Washington .treat, Boston or at office of Auctioneers. Telephone 791. may2l—lw By S B. KNIGHTS * CO-, Anet'n. Office 593% Main street, Oambridgeport, and 22* Washington st...

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