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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholesomeness. More economica ili an the ordinary kinds, and cannot, be sold In competition with the multitude of low teat, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Koval Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., X. Y. Dana W. Hyde &amp; Co., 609 MAW STREET. Dry Goods _ Groctery New Goods Opening Daily. , Ladles' Summer Under Vests, 25,371-2, 50c. Gents. I inter Shirt, and Drawers. 25 and 50c. _.a&lt;lies Kid, Male and Taffeta Gloves. Ladle, and Children's Cotton Hose, finished st-imis, In fast black and fancy color.. -5 cts. and upwards. New Styles Ginghams, - 10 centsNew Styles Fonlards, - 10 cents. Seersucker Ginghame, - 10 &amp;12 l-2c-Ladies Oalico Wrap's 75c, $1, 1.25,1.50, '' Cotton Underwear, Corset Covers, 25 cts- and upwards. Chemises, 25 cts. and upwardsNight Dresses, 50c, 62c, 75c, $1, $1-25 Fine assortment of Corsets 50c to $1.25 A Variety of Gents. Neckwea...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
C. C. W. FULLER. «E1\ 7 'S BUI SHTO, $8 M OTHER SIMMER SUITS. $B.«f. The above cut shows our 50c MACKINAW HAT for Men, the best hat *you ever saw for tlie price. SIMMER DNDER-WEAR and HOSIERY in full variety. Complete Suits of tinder-Clothing for 50c,, and up to $(&gt;.()(). 561 Main Street, ... Cambridgeport." BOOTiM ONE PRICiE CLoMfifTl, XO; .-jSO &gt;l_tVl_&gt;' &gt;A r m\&lt;iwz r \\ MEN'S. YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATS THE BEST MADE. In all the New &amp;t y les for Men &gt; Boys and Children. - THE! BEST STYLE.' j UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, THE LOWEST PRICES. NECK-WEAR, UMBRELLAS, Our clothing: is made for us WHITE, FANCY AND FLANat our Wholesale Store. We | NEL SHIRTS, pay no Jobbers' profit. Cash BOYS' FLANNEL BLOUSES. and Small Expenses enable us STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name the LOWEST PRICES RUBBER GOODS, ' • for equal quality. OVERALLS and JUMPERS. No. 550 MAO STREET, Odd Fellows Building. IT. .1/ TO WNSEN...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Concert at Institute Ball. Surprise and Presentation. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Concert at Institute Ball. Surprise and Presentation. Ward Gossip. Mr. Edward T. Turner, a well known resident of this "Ward, received a genuine surprise Tuesday evening, when some twenty-five of his friends aasembled in G. A. R. Hall and presented aim with a beautiful gold headed walking stick. The head was of an elegant pattern and suitably enscribed. Mr. Edward A. Cooney made the presentation speech tn a happy manner, and the recipient feelingly returned thaaks. After this pleasant episode of the evening the company sat down to an elegantly prepared collation, which had been furnished by Sleoi. When the cigars were lighted toasts were in order and many complimentary thing* were said about the gentleman in whose honor the affair was gotten up. Mr. Turner leaves for Europe early in June, and his friend, took this opportunity of showing their esteem for him and bestowing a gift a* a memento. Among the guests were Representative Scully and Councilman Shannon. Institut...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Miss Gertrude Swaine is to sing at the evening service of the Kirst Baptist Church, tomorrow. —The Cambridge Lacrosse Association defeated the Walthams at the latter place last Saturday, 4 to _. —Colonel Thomas Wentworth II igginson addressed the Free Religion Association meeting in Tremont Temple on Thur-ilay evening. —The appearance, exteriorly, of the First Parish Baptist Church i* greatly improved since it has been thoroughly painted. —A choice morsel—Thurston &amp; Hall's doughnuts with a cup of coffee. —A private performance of the cantata the "Fairy Bridal." wa* given Tuesday evening in the Social I,'nion room*. Untitle -tn-et. —Mr. Kdward N. Manning, clerk of the Common Council, has become a member of the Riverside Boat (.luh. —The following persm.s from tbi- city were present this week at the Baptist anniversaries in Minneapolis: Rev. W. S. Apsey :ind wife, Mr. W. I. Richards, wife and daughter. Mr. W. J. Mandell and mother, Mrs. X. 11.Whitney, M...
MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
MOUNT AUBURN. —Otto Anderson, from the lower Port, has purchased the house formerly occupied by Albion P. Maxwell, on Cushing street, and ha* moved in. —Officer Barrington comes ill for congratulations—this time it is a lioy. —Mrs. Alexander Cox and Mr*. Win. R. Baleman are great sufferers from rheumatic fever. —The excavation for Mr. John (iilmore's new houses has lieen made by Dennis Collins of Somerville. —Mr. Thomas G. Newgent, has been confined to his hotise by an attack of rheumatism. —Mr. William S. Collins and Ids family have moved to his mother's, where bis wife will Inside to receive letter care and treatment, lie has let his house- to Mr. John S. McLean who lives in Mr. Donald's granite yard. —Rev. Francis L. Hayes of Boston, preaches at the chapel Sunday." Evening meetings are now held Sunday evenings, and rehearsals are taking place, preparatory to a "ineniorial" concert on the last Sunday. —Plants were set out In the cemetery last Monday, aud it will take two week to g...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
WATERTOWN. — Building and repairing is going on in all directions. —Rev. Dr. Townsend of this place lias lieen preaching in the late Henry \\ nnl Beecher's pulpit in Brooklyn. N. Y. —There is something iv the air and water of Watertown that is favorable to dog-flesh. The assessors have returned JIOU,—SO more than a year ago. —"I buy all my lumlier iv Brighton now," is what a well known builder said the other day. Why. "Because Brighton Is a part of Bostoii. where they have a sensible license law. but Watertowti is run by a lot of cranks who are killing business." Aud so it goes. —There have lieen some burglaries iv town, the first for a considerable time. The first place they tackled was the poorhousc. Who would ever think of breaking into an almshouse:- As a rule, paupers are not overburdened with this world's good*. But the Watertown patitiers are different. They save their money and do not spend much for board and clothes'. So tinburglars made quite a haul—Ml from one inmate's po...
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Sunday Services. Third Cunoregational So« ietv (I'liitariatO Austin street.—Rev. George W. Brlggs. I&gt;. I&gt;. will preach at 10.30 A. M. A christening will take place at the opening of the morning service. Sunday School at U_ _.!. Everybody welcome. Prospect Street Cos a kko ati&lt; »n a i.Ciiriicß — Rev. I&gt;. N. Beach, Pastor. Key. George A. Tewksbury will preach at 10.30 A.M. aud the Pastor at IM P.M. Youug People's Meeting at MM P. M. Sunday School at l'J M. Branch Sunday School, Mr. W. H. Emerson, Superintendent, at Steams Chapel, Harvard street at J P. M. Age to Come Meeting. New Odd Fellows Bui.ding, Main street, at 10.45 A. M. aud I P. M. Subject tomorrow: "I»eath, Sleep and the Kesmrection. Seats free. All are invited to attend. Charles River B API IstCn 0 Kcu, Putnam Al. and Magazine street. — Key. W. C. Richmond, pastor. Preaching by Rev. S. T. Frost of Kostiudale at lo 30 A. M ami 3 P. M. Sunday geaaal unniveisary ; addresses by I_. W....
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Married. I'I'SIIAKII-Mi ISAAC-Intl.is city, M inst, l.y Key. .lolin .1. lirirliii, Mr. llusliard to Mia. Katie .Mc-lsaiic. b..ili of tin., city. GKIKKI.N —l-.rsT—III -..mervllle, 2-th inst., by Key. N. 11. Hatch. .Mr. .Ic.hli X. liriffln of ihi. city to Mrs. i.c.Hie I. K-jst c.rSc.niervillc. McIioNAI.D-TUOMET—Ia Uil. city, Mt inst., by Key. John .1. liriltiu. Mr. Martin McDonald to MIH Mary O. Tcplney, both of this city. KINIKiK-KNIOHT- Ia 'Ircntnn, Mich, .nth insl., Kred.-il.-k 11. R_a_ge, 1,,r rly of this cily, to May It. Klci.ht. ROBERTO— WILSON—Ia this city. -.'ltli insf., by Rev. 11. F. Coinhasli, H. li.. Mr. denial 11. Huberts c,f this c-ity, t., Miss Mary X. Wilson of Kostoii. RANDOLPH—KDWAKHS-la tlii. city, l.th lust., by William H. Orc-iitt. Ksq., .lusiice of tlie Peac-c--.Mr. Ma 11. Hand.dpi. t.&gt; -lias Mary A. Edwards, both of this city. WHJO-t—HKHtBKBT—Ia tliis city, _3Hi inst., by Key. Franklin .Inlinsnn 11. I)., Mr. ■'harles s. Wilson to Mis* F.leauor A. Herb...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Died. Itl.lSKK—ln this city.-Ist inst.. V.lentlii., danghter of Charles and Lena lillser.li inontlis. COTLE—__t_ inst.. I.izzie, daughter of Franc-is aad Ann c'oyle, :i y.-iirs, 10 mouth*. CoWlllli—.ith" inst., .Mary, ii year". .1 inontlis; M__ inst., Kclwarc), 1 year, :i months, c-liildr.u of Kdward and Mary Cowhlj;. FELLOWS—IM inst., of hydrocephalus. Marion Crane, only i hild of Frank i). mid Nellie L. Fellows, B niontbs, 3 days. Kven all our love could never hope to make Her life so blest As Christ, wiio now our little one will take Unlo His I.react; And thoii.h, for her, our loneiy hearts mustecho— She is at rest! HAMILTON—o;Id inst.. Otis J., son of William 11. unci F.nima X. Hamilton, 10 months. HOKKIOA-t- __d inst.. Mary X.. daughter of Jeremiah and Klleu llorrigau. 1 year. 3 mouth.. HKOLON—_Dth inst., Johanna, wife of Peter lledlon, :i« years. KUA.MK'H—_M_ inst., Gertrude, daughter of Harry and KM/ji Kramer. ;. years. l&gt; mouths, .1 days, M&lt;(,I.OSKKY--4...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
'a4WThe Importance of purifying the Mood cannot be overestimated, for without imre blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich tlie blood, and we ask you to try Hood's PiOr-l lli_» r '•*•*•§»____« It strengthens rBWHI anil Mid, up the system, creates an appetite, and tune, the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies, used give to Hood's Sarsaparilla peci.l- -I--. |4- cc _|f tar curative powers. No ' " 1156 IT other uieiUciUC lias such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up jour mind \o buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be Induced ti ' take any other Instead. It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's It 11111" I***1 *** Is so:.'. !&gt;y ::'.\ druggists. Prepared by C.1. Hood IL l'o., Lowell, Mas*. 100 Doses One Dollar
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
DBS. E.HEKY tt CHAPMAN, jMMMm\^^MMMM\ CITY OPTICIANS, ."-ot Main St.. Cambiiiim..:* port. Spectacles and Kye Ghou-es accurately tilted. Glasses re-aired aud lenses reset. Satisfaction guaranteed. 11l JIB Hill DJBL B. a FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN (Store with C. W. Baldwin, the Diamond Dealer.) 24 BEDFORD STREET, - BOSTON. Kuiming through to 41 Avon Stree.. Elegant Eye Glasses, Spectacle,., opera, Field and Marina Glasses, and everything in the line of Op.i\\r&gt; 01-m Special Attention to the examination Of the Hum-tn Ky»: aud tlie i-ieti'ili-- adaj union and proper adjustment of th* correct lenses for all correctable defe. t* of vision No charge for examination*. Repairing neatly executed. Mjll llli
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
lie- .-.iitistmtnta Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, -FOB— Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN IIKSIRABL.E LOCAIITIKS. WANTED. AYoI'NG MAN* in a clothing store. Apply at 5..1 Main street, Cambridgeport. lw* DR. S. F. MARSHALL, DENTIST, 593 1-2 MAIN ST., - Oambridgeport. The Old Drug Stand. Th. undersigned woulil respectfully announce to tlie people of lliia vicinity that lie ha. bought the old &lt;Ini|_ stand formerly kept by W. R. WILI.KV 4 CU.. ill 288 BROADWAY, NEAE NOBFOLK STEEET, where he has gut a new and well selected stock of Drug., .Medicines, Herb.. Toilet Articles, together with all the leading Patent Medicines ol thedoy. Customers can rely ou the quality of my good., aw they will be kept fresh and of tbe bet quality, and sold at the lowest reasonable prices. EDWARD T.McGIBBON, Formerly wilh W. R. Willey A Co. REGISTERED PHARMACIST. 288 BEOADWAY, - Cambridgeport. German Grocery Store 206 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IP. PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catchthe public. A long experience in business proves to us tbat flr-t' class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. our « zip r, iiv •&amp; 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 PABLOE, LIBEAEY, OHAMBEE and DINING-EOOM FUENITURE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTON, VELVET, BEUBBELS, TAFEBTEY and WOOLEN OAEPETSi OIL CLOTHS and STEAW MATTING, AET SQUAEES, BUGS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - BOSTON. CITY 0F AMBRIDGE. May 25,1887. ' Charle. A. Baas has petitioned for a Druggist's , License of tlie Sixth Class for the sale of Intoxlcating Liquors at ICIT Main Street, iv the room on the tirst t!oor of the premise., contiguous to the street....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
(Jo — gar Salt. TO LET. FURNISHED FRONT CHAMBER, up one flight, near Central square; reference required. Apply at 191 Green street. i_y2l— tf TO LET. APARTMENTS in Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., near Austin street. Apply to Lbajcdbb Ukkkly, 113 Broadway. mj-14—tf TO KENT. NICE, NEW and convenient apartments,or single houses of from 4to 8 rooms each. Rent fl3 to *-0 per month. Ready March Ist and Apriljlat. Apply at No. 5 River street. feblg—tf FOR SALE. A GOOD, Gentle. Family Cow, Jersey and Guernsey breed. Will come in the middle of Jane. Warranted to give IS quarts of milk a day. Apply at once to MRS. P. PHELAN, 383 Main street, corner Clark street, Cauibridgeport. lw FOR SALE. riiHE BUILDING AND LAND now occupied by J. tbe Cottage Street (Grace) M. E. Church. The lot has 6IKIO feet of land. This presents a favorable opportunity for investment. Apply to Rev. N. B. KISK, No. 10 Fairmont Street. ap9—tf Lot of Land on Cambridge St. FOR SALE. ADJOINS the elegant business block recently ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Suction Sales. EXECUTORS' SALE • —OF— REAL JSTATE. By virtue of a license granted by the Probate Court for the County of Middlesex, on the 17th day of May, A. D., 188T, will be sold by public auction, on the several respective parcels hereinafter described, snd at ths time designated with reference to esch, oa TUESDAY, the seventh day of June. A. D., 1887, the following severally described parcels of lsnd, namely: The first parcel, situated in Somerville in the County of Middlesex an d Commonwealth of Massachusetts, will be sold st three o'clock In the afternoon, and Is bounded as follows, viz: Beginning on the northeasterly ride of Beacon street, at a point distant fifty-four and 60-109 feet northwesterly from the northwesterly line of Dickinson street, thence running northeasterly in a line nearly parallel with said line of Dickinson street,eighty-five feet; thence running southeasterly parallel with .aid Beacon St., 64 and 46-100 feet to said line or Dickinson street; thence runn...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
&amp;ttt-ion SaltsBy 8- £- KNIGHTS ft CO , Anet'rs. Offices, 693V4 Main Street, Cambridgeport, and 22* Washington Street, Boston. Sale of Lot of Land corner of Putnam Aye. and Flagg Street, Cambridge. » Will be -old by Public Auction, MONDAY, Jan. -tli, at &lt; o'clock P. M., on th* premise.. The lot has a front of about 80 feat on Putnam avenue j about 100 on Flag* street; about 80 oa Walker court. Will be sold In one parcel or divided Into three lots, as mar be desired at time of sale. If Mid as a whole, (300 to be paid in cash at time'and place of .ale; if divided. «100 to be paid on each lot. to see plan aud for further l articular, apply to J. Murry Hone. No. 6 Court street, Boston, or to Auctioneers. may2B-_w By 8- a. KNIGHTS * CO-, Anct'rc Office 693 - Main atreet, Cambridgeport, and 22* Washington street, Boston. Sale of Large and Valuable Lot of Land on Garden St., Old Cambridge. TRUSTEE'S SALE. Will be »old by Public Auction, TUESDAY, Mar 31.t, at 5 o'clock...
Poetry. THE DRUMMER BOY. A Little Hero Who Fell In War and Filled a Nameless Grave. A DECORATION-DAY POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Poetry. THE DRUMMER BOY. A Little Hero Who Fell In War and Filled a Nameless Grave. A DECORATION-DAY POEM. Orsr thoassada of fields they are marching, our armies of peace and of love, To ths muffled heartbeats of a nation, in solemn procession they move; Emotions of hatred and vengeance have yielded to blessed repose— Their swords are beaten to plowshares,they wield but the laurel and rose. They will wrap round the graves of our heroes floral banners of red, white and blue; They will crown them with garlands of beauty, all wet wltli the tears of the true. And oh! far away in the Southland the grave of one hero is mine. So tiny I wonder that Freedom accepted such gifts at her shrine— My dear little drummer-boy, sleeping, God know.s, and He only knows where. Who gave up his life and went bravely out into the dark with a prayer. I can see the proud form of my darling as he marched with the soldiers away. His sweet, childish countenance Hushing like tlie pink-and-whlte blossoms of May. ...
Tenements for Colored People. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Tenements for Colored People. A number of the colored people of Cambridgeport who, in times past, have experienced great difficulty in obtaining respectable houses to live in. started a movement some two years ago to break down the barrier against which they had to contend all along. The idea of the projectors was to form a corporation, to Imv sell and improve real estate, but tor xarious reasons nothing definite was done. Kecently the Legislature granted theui a petition, and they organized the Middle-ex Keal Estate Association of Cambridge. The iucorporators and officers aie: President, Thomas Taylor; clerk. I.ouis Y. llaldwin; assistant clprk. Emery T. Morris; trea-urer, George V. Smith. The capital stock of the association is not to exceed $2-,000.10 be divided into shares af£_9 each. There are several large property owners amoug the colored people of Cam bridgeport.— [Herald.
Keep It Up Always. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 28 May 1887
Keep It Up Always. The observance of "Decoration Day." .»et apart for _ta*w__g Bo well on l_M graves of those who fgAWt up their lives c,n the battle-fleld of the rebellion, is now participateil in pr;ictit-all\" by llie whole American people. Bat only are the graves of the old soldiers upon both side- of the sanguinary struggle decked with iloral Irih-U-es hy the hands of relatives anil friendon each returning anniversary of the day. but the beautiful C*MM__ has been adopteil by coiunion consent as a lifting time for all to demonstrate their remeinbraoca of the dead by these touching memorials. Year by year since the closp of the war has the day been more and more fully oliserved. until it ha», to all intents anil purposes, become as much of a legal holiday as are others et apart by law. and it is not probable that the time will ever come, even should incineration take the place of burial. when the custom will be abolished.