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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. OAMBIUUOK PBOFKBTY ONLY. MO BOSTON OFFIOK. Have your property plaeeit on mv list Immediately, a* lam in a position to show and direct patrons tt amy place in the city. Building .Lot. for .ale In the moat de.ln.ble location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318, IF TOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONBUI.T AT pHOa Drs. Emery & Chapman, City Opticians, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Ana prMara a pair of tti.lr PEHFBTT PlTriSa BPECTACL.ES and F.YB-GbASsES of th. fluest Fr«nch, German aud American manufacture, at prices within tbe reach of all. **> The Eye Examined Free. Satisfaction Gu eratiteed. Lenses Ke.ct anil Glas.es Repaired. BRINE AND NORCROSS, SUCCKSSORS TO John Harrington & Co., 17 & 18 TREMONT ROW, 70 & 72 TREMONT BT., 660 & 662 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. The Spirit of Competition. There's nothing on eart...

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

THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, lo* price., without any regard to dorabiiltv, appear lo catch the pifblle A long experience In business proves to ns that first class goods pay both tb* dealer and perahaMr. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB Is now complete, and we are offering FIRST-CLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturer, a* prices lower than ever before. Ni . A choice .took of Parlor, Library. Chamb >r and nixing llooin Furniture, Id Manngaoy, Antique Oak, Cherry and Blsuk Walnut; Wilton. Velvet. Bca,s«U, T.pe.try .ad vYoollea carpel.; OH Cloths and Straw Mattings; Art Square., Baa* and Mate. IT-CASH OB PAHTIAL PAYMKNT-,. «j WALBRIDGE^BROTHERS, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Streets, Boston.

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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

East Cambridge. Mr. G. G. Towne of Otis street is still seriously ill. Rev. C. A. Skinner of Somorville preached at the Universalist Church last Sunday. The hand of fellowship will he e x t ended to a number of new members at the close of preaching service, next Sunday afternoon at the Baptist Church. James E. O'Kell was sent to Danvers Hospital as insane on March 20, by order of the overseers of the poor, from hi. residence, corner of Fifth and Gore streets. On Tuesday evening. Rev. Mr. Hughes of Tremont Temple, Boston, preached at the Baptist Church, and next Tuesday evening. Rev. Dr. Moxom will speak. Mr. Thomas X. Smith of Hyde Park, one of the defendants In the Robinson poisoning case, was admitted to b ill on Wednesday, Hiram A. Carlton and Rev. L. B. Bates being surety. It. is now said that Mrs. Robinson's trial may not take place in June. The Y. P. M. A. of the Second Universalist Chinch met on Wednesday at the residence of Mr. Fillebrown on Thormllke street. The programme "...

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SQUIRE VS. CHAMBERLIN. Hearing in the Probate Court Before Judge Brooks Upon the Former's Petition for an Order to Compel the Latter to Pay Over $30,000. A SPICY INQUIRY INTO THE ALLEGED ILLNESS OF THE DEFENDANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

SQUIRE VS. CHAMBERLIN. Hearing in the Probate Court Before Judge Brooks Upon the Former's Petition for an Order to Compel the Latter to Pay Over $30,000. A SPICY INQUIRY INTO THE ALLEGED ILLNESS OF THE DEFENDANT. Our readers will remember tho account of the trial, for perjury, of Voluey It. Chainbrlin, which appearel lv Hie column* of this paper iv December, 1886, and that the evidence showed thai Cliaiuberlin had Sold, throngll (J'or.'e H. Priest and Charles B. Wh.ting, 24 *IlKH) 44, per cent, bonds, which he had sworn iv his examination iv insolvency ho had lost in February, 18S2. These bonds or the proceeds, iv rase of sale, belonged to the assets of Lincoln, Cliaiuberlin A Co. The assignee, John P. Squire, made a demand in writing on Chamberlin, March 0, 1887, requiring lllm to surrender the bonds, or pay over to him, as assignee, the proceeds. Ou Chambrlin's neglecting to comply with this demand, the assignee liled a petition In the Insolvency Court, letting forth the substance...

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Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Import ant. When T'sltlng N»»w York ritr, saTe Racrvage RtpTMl and Carriage Hire, ainl stop at ihe Oraud I'nlun Hotel, Opp >fit» Qfsnd i>ntr*l Depot, 690 lUndrmnt-ly Furnlnhrd ROOIM At fl and npwardi- per day, Banrpngn pltn* Blornton, and Mil Modern OooVAtllanOeV. RAftaarant* mnplled with the bett* ITorN civs, ntnytm a*'il sIATAtM mllrotdt I'inll depQta, You can Hta bettor for ye** m»ney si ihe Qrand Union Motel than any other tlrst-claM hotel in tho City.

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Luxuries for the Table. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Luxuries for the Table. Attention In Mll#d to the anuount'oment of Mesiirs. Da Ferrari A'Lag>rlo, dealer.a tn fruits. All th** ettoleeft mod* o' tint Ira And foreign growth may be ordcrt-d fmni II Air Ample f>toi!k.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Palne'ri Furnlturo (Jo. Is >itirlv.il.e<l In Us facilities for supplying styhnh houve gOOdf*

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

MARRIAGES. KAIZER—FRANCIS—ln this city 28th ult., by Rev. Willlim Graham, George A. Kaizer to Elizabeth XF. Francis, both ofh of cambridge. LARKIN—LAUREL—29th ult., by Rev. W. H. Thomas, Thomas Larkin to Mary Nelson Laurel, both of Waltham. PILLPOTT—MILES—28th by Rev, E. H. Hall, Anthony Pillpott of Arlington to Georgiana S. Miles of Cambridge.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

DEATHS. ANSfIHI/\!-Iu thfsitfty, 2tUh alt., Mary Aiu. helm, nurd M v'iirn. hliAlf VM— 27th ult, Joseph Rrabam, aged 27 ytur*. Cll ASF.—3oth nlft»i Ada Stuart, only daughter of floorae s. tt.nl Carolyn I*. Obfiee, Aged n yam, Fnnnr-il letYlOef, t'ilitv [Saturday}, at II A H, Friend! lttvii*?,| without further ii'iiti'O Friends kindly requested n>t to send tt >wor i'loco3. VurUl prtviitn, COUGHLtN—27th n't., r>onnlB 0-ughHn.ftgid22 Tpnrr>. " MAKRKrT—Mntiilr., I<orsnJto Murrett, b\v*\ 71 vnns. S'Wioi'R Al BP \.va ro«Muin*-». Higd'iui I Bvnuai, today, Aprils, at 1 l\ M. nurlai i.urr. Kl'Milrt ar* invit'-t wMunt fiirttinr notice and kin Hy rAtloattsjd obi to Mnd fl.wors. Si IN3UN— BOkO OltVf Maud j I. Suitson, ng h! 33 ye at*. fITONB—BIII alt., at hi* ro.»ldenr«, 31 North aren'ir*, nf (iiMMi«tMMilu, An«on J. Stone, arid 64 year*. Pnoerftl Hiftlett at the o A *:aiiihrnlge liaptltft Olidfbb! imnorrow, April 3, at 3 I*. M,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mandarin Tea Company, ! 94 COURT ST., OPPOSITE SUDBURY ST., AND 839 WASHINGTON ST., NEAR COMMON BT-, BOSTON. tWe have opened at above locations two new Stores stocked with a finer assortment of Tea and Coffee than can be shown in New England and at prices fully one-third less than We are direct Importers, and goods pass directly through our hands from the foreign producer to the consumer, paying but one profit (and that a small us). We do not claim to own or control any private plantations, steamships or railroads, but having had 24 years' experience as Importers we are enabled to land our eoods in this country at much less prices than are paid by dealers who buy in this 5 LBS. FOR ONE DOLLAR (An'Junheard of price) of pure OOLONG, ENGLISH BREAKFAST OR JAPAN TEAS, (Such good* at are usually retailed at 35 cti.l, and a Strictly Pure Java Coffee (Roasted or ground), at 18 CtS. bat pat all yonr money into the quality. PRICE LIST: Coffees. Good Formosa Oolong. «?,. « eU » 9vrlc " T POM J...

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

Manufacturer, of Cin.k -Is, Conns, etc., Wholesale mill KoLml. MACCABEE &IANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoaimers, Wsnrooni, 238 North Avstui., Worth iCambildg*, Odd Fellow. Bailding. N. B. Open Day and Night. ■v.l ».■!._■■ Mjij ITo Ofllc*, 73M. Tti.wuosa Sot. { Tv 1m VT. give parson.l attention to all calls promptly. SnY-iit....ot years' experience. IC. .1. Poivell MaccabM. Arthur C. Ilsnsconi Rul'lanc., 4 tiles strrrt, North Cambriilr/.e. UNDERTAKERS. MAKfill A liONfJ, Uandemon't ittorfc, SMX North ATinnn, North Cannbrlrls;*. Kr.Lsßß'i Btmlileaoc, 10 Blo« St. —EMBALMER3.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

■ JfvM/t ff i MLM9I If MmA a(k tarflUllaflll MlflfeaHH *tBHI W >K>)si!yflw'BflKHL A MUBfl *JEHBBQ jjfl •& FRENCH & AMERICAN CLOCKS. l|^O^Ft^rM REPA,RE ° ,N THE BE3T MANNE^W^H ■ '■ ' ■ ——^^——■.———^—s^—— i i ■ ———————————————' I II —■ Tbe NEVERSLIP SHOE Applied by JAMES BOLGER, MM sKI Palmer Street, Old Cambridge. ffV »t^Ct^ l ?- ill FXPFRT HflßfiFSHflFlNfi Wa renpiwtfully call Attention to til H tt * V- 111 LArcni nUnOCOnUCina. ourfMilitie fordoing firauclaw work lljYfl \ wtmt ƒ— t, ' i '* Itne " f l)U * l "'' Hfl - We satisfactory retulia from oar JHV rae tli'Kli of shoeing to relieve and |ir,jvenL lameiie!*, qaarter>-aran*T, corn, iOflrW InterffrirtK.oTer-ronchliig stumbling, or auy nth -r defeats in gait. Oar V-ttaL rßßmWmf i>'»c-* fur »li«leing lame homes are nli/htly In ad v.nice or those forourordlffga n ar y wor * p but the baueflt derived will far more ih*u offset thsentlroootfc. IF_ CLARK'S PATENT HORSESHOE....

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Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, April 8. Appleton Chapel, 7.80 P. M. Rev. Edward Everett Hale, D. D. Monday. French readings. Moliere, "La" Critique de lTScole dcs Femmes." Prof. Bocher—Sever 11, 4P. M. Semitic seminary. Beader: Mr. W. W. Fenn. Subject: "A Study of the Book of Job"— 7 Lowell street, 7.30 P. M. Harvard Cooperative Society. Annual meeting—Sever 11, 7.80 P. M. Wednesday. Spring recess begins this day and continues through April 12.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mr. W. W. Gale, '88, has returned to college after a severe Illness of some four months. E. C. Pfeiffer, one of the strongest men in college, Is now rowing In the sophomore crew. Mr. C. B. Barnes, '00, has been elected a director of the Harvard Shooting Club. Height, '89, who was obliged to leave college on account of sickness resulting from overtraining on his class crew and tug-of-war team, has returned much improved. Rev. Francis G. Peabody, D. D., took part In the service at. the last meeting of the Cambridge Brotherhood at King's Chapel, Boston, Saturday night. Tbe last of the vesper services was held Thursday afternoon. The Social Athletic Clv i has secured a house, and, at toon as its finances are assured, will at once take its place among college societies. Dartmouth will play Harvard base-ball In Cambridge, April 0. The first eight of the O. X. from '88 is as follows: Bruce, Fuller, Garrison, Leahy, Loeb, McCleary, Sanford, Sedgwick. Mr. E. B. Stewart, '87, who left the col...

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The Summer School of Botany. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

The Summer School of Botany. Among the summer courses held at Harvard, one which is of much value and likely to gain in Importance and numbers as time goes on, is the school of botany. The school has been held every year since 1875 Inclusively, with the exception of the years 1882 and 1885. The advantages of such a summer school are great; the fact of It* being held in summer is naturally au inducement, on account of the superior advantages offered for out-door work, and the greater part of the studies are carried on in the ltotanical Garden; as a consequence a student is enabled to examine a variety of plants such as he will be unable to And elsewhere in this part of the country. Prof. G. L. Qoodale has usually been at the head of tho school and the list of those who have taught in the courses includes such names as Farlow, Peuhallow and Trelcase. Instruction has been tiven chiefly In the botany of flowering plants, though Dr. Farlow conducted courses in the tlowerless plants in 18...

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A Taking Combination. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

A Taking Combination. High quality and low prices ar. a taking combination which can be found at the store of Messrs. Walbridg. Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend streets. Bostoa. Their spring stock of furniture and carpet. 1* now oomptete, and Includes all th* latest novelties in styles and designs. Ono can count on courteous attention from experienced salesmen at this store, and the goods bought there give uniform satisfaction.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mr. P. 1.. Temple, proprietor of tho Shady Hill Nuroorles, oorner of Klrkland and Beacon street", has Issued an Intonating catalogue Of hit (took.

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LITTLE MISSY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

LITTLE MISSY. Do you know the feeling of living in a house pervaded by an unseen presence? That wa* what I felt at Malvern; for so the old Virginia place was called where Jack and I settled down to rest after ten consecutive seasons in New York. The doctor, no wiser than the run of his craft, had prescribed the regulation thing—perfect rest, fresh air, milk, early to bed and early to rise, etc. —and Jack, being able to carry out any reasonable (nay, some unreasonable) expenses, had bought this Virginia manorhouse for a song, and with it three hundred acres of sedge-grass and young pines. He had bought the house and furniture and everything as it stood. Colonel Baskerville had been tbe last owner of the place, and he had been dead ten years; also Mrs. Baskerville. And there had been three children—two sons, one of whom was shot dead at Gettysburg, and the other had died of wounds and exposure. The daughter, Amy Baskerville, too, was no more. AU this I gathered from the one or two per...

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