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Poverty and Distress. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Poverty and Distress. That poverty which produces the greatest distress is nol of the purse but of tlie bbod, Depiived of Its richness it becomes scant aha watery, a condition termed anemia iv medical writings. Given this condition, and scrofulous swelling, and sores, general and nervous debility, loss of flesh and appetite, weak lungs, throat disease, spitting of blond and consumption, are among the common results, if you are a sufferer from thin, poor blood employ Dr. Pierces "Golden Medical Discovery," which enriches the blood and cures these grave affections; is mure nutritive than cod liver oil, and is harmless in any condition of the system, yet powerful to cure. Hy druggists.

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

Buttons. A ciir-loulorbuttonnl It's a good many, Isu't It. Tills ma; not be the exact auniiint, but its something like what Messrs. Urine tt Norcroas have just opened at their thrcs p lpular lloslnn stores. The beamy of It is that they aro soiling tbe entire let at ten cents a card—each card cmitai log from two doKou small, but handsome, melal dress buitnns, l.i ii ilf a dnzen larg.l and rich buttons such as have ,old fur tlfly cents or more. Ten cents a card, nil through tlie slock. It's a bargain. And tbey aro gohw off fast. Savena is the best washing pmvder.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Punch biscuit, Mod* by ThonHoa A Hall, I* th. most .ppetlilug, delicate and aatUfylng cracker In the market for a midday lunch, or to eat wltb sardine, or lemonade. For sale 1 n Harvard Square at J. H. WTKTUS, M. B. JONES'S, and other store..; tatSi Bread;, Cake, and Pastry In mora than SBVBNTY-riVK VARIETIES, together with FANCY CKAOKKBB, ECLAIRS, ETC.. FBEBH OAII.Y j. 4, !«,„_ C4n«fia 33 * 35 ELM STREET, AX Uur atores, 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sundays from 7.80 to 0 A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

r-n± GOLD MEDAL, FABIB, 1878. dM BAKER'S Cocoa. Warranted abtolulrlu pitr« Coma, (nun which the excess of {Mf*T§fo. Oil has been removed. It low (Arcs Jiff n n\u '"»'»">'*.'''"'!/"' «'<'<"»»miii-ii iaf >(I HVW "'"' Burrh ' Arrowroot orßogy, m ' ! | lift and Is therefore far more cconoiulIU I I Mia oal, costtny lm» than one t'tnt a Vu i I jjfl nip. It I? delicious, nourishing, « I 111 ntrcngthenlng, easily digested, and KM I f H|'l|ndmlr.iuly adapted for Inyallds as efii I J as for iiersons In health. Ureters erorrwhere. W, BAKER & CO., Dorchester, Mass. The BOYLSTONWF^ •• • * 18 Boylston Street, We cater for Gentlemen eiugDinnp Only. Desirable Terms. OAMBKIUUL. tjrl'alilflii all respects First-Olass. • • PEarliNE th. BEBT THINS KNOWN «» WASffING*»BLEACHING IN HARBOR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATERBAVM LABOR. lIHS and SOAP AMAZ--INGI.V, snd gives antTSrsal satisfaction. No family, rich or poor shnnld b« wlthont It. Sold by all Graters. ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

THE OLD AND RELIABLE HOUSE FURNIBHINO ESTABLISHMENT BIS WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. CHARLES H. BARNES. OUR STYLES ARK THE LATEST, OUR MANUFACTURE THE BEST, OCR PRICES THE LOWEST. OUR TERMS FOR PAYMENT ARE UNEQUALLED BY ANY HOUSE IN OUR LINE. WE HAVE IN LARGE VARIETY CARPETS, PARLOR SUITS, OILCLOTHB, ODD CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, CHAMBER SETS, BEDDINO, RANGES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATOR 3, AND EVERYTHINO FOR A COMPLETE OUTFIT FOR HOUSEKEEPING FOR CASH OR ON EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLES H. BARNES, BIS WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. WORCESTER BROS., 23 & 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE carpets. We have received the fall designs of Brussels, Tapestry aud Wool Cahpets. EASY CHAIRS, ALSO BUQB, DESKS, CHIFFONIERS, LOUNQEB, PARLOR, CHAMBER AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE, SHADES AND DRAPERIES MADE TO ORDER. UPHOLSTEBING AND BEPAIBIHG PROMPTLY DOSE. BERRY'S PATENT HAMES, Departments, Horse Railroads, Express Teams, Hacks and Light Carriages. Tlie collar and names ...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. The following oermlts have been Issued sfrom the office of superintendent of buildings: 507—John H. Hubbard. Ware street, Ward One, one brick dwelling, 52x52x60; J. B. and W. P. Richards, architects; Lord Brothers, builder*. 608— F. W. Rogers, Ellsworth avenue, Ward Two, brick building, 32x32x32; J. H. Webber, architect; L. P. Wilson, builder. 509—Asa Wade, Broadway, corner Tremont street, Ward Two, cellar wall, 12x12x15; E. J. Packard, builder. 610—Foster Perry, 102 Henry street, Ward Four, one addition, 17x17x15. 511—Ellen Burns, Sparks street, Ward One, block of two houses, 33 ft. 0 in. by 33 ft. 6 in. by32|ft.; Mr. Taylor, architect. 612—Colin Cbisholm, 108 Tremont street, Ward Two, wood addition, 4 ft. 6 in. by 4 ft. 6 In. by 28 ft. 613—Bartholemew Kelleher, corner of Cambridge and Tremont streets, Ward Two, block of two wooden houses, 44 ft. 6 In. by 43 ft. by 06 ft.; James Fogerty, architect; Colin Chlsholm, builder. 614—Docker A Holton, rear of...

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

Activity In building is beginning tn brace up with the approach of warm weather, and the prospect is that this will he an unusually busy year In every way. There is some uneasiness about a strike, but the general belief Is that the worklngmen of Tlilr Vicinity have seen about all they care to of tfiaT sort of thing. Mr. Fillmore will commence tn finish the new Grace Church next week. He also has the pews constructed and ready to be placed In position. The price paid to Mrs. Mary E. Gaylord by Mr. Frank S. Stevens for the house and land at No. 21 Worcester street, was $3600, Instead of the sum stated last week. The old Wellington Primary School on Columbia street has boon repainted on the exterior by Francis Traynorand anew fence ha* been built in front of it. A new floor lias been put in the office of City Engineer VV. S. Barbour. It is of hard pine, matched with blind nails, and is perfect in every respect. The new St. Philip's Church is in a very favorable condition now. The build...

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Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Overseers of the Poor. The overseers of the poor held their regular monthly meeting at the Conlral-sqiiaie building on Tuesday afternoon. In the absence of the mayor, Dr. C. E. Vaughan took his place as chairman. M. F. Karrell attorney, appeared in behalf of Edward' Fitzgerald, asking fur right of way through the city ledge. After hearing hlsstatcments tho board voted that until otherwise ordered Edward Fitzgerald be allowed to remove from the city ledge grounds, under the supervision of the warden, the Hone belonging to him that I* accidentally thrown on the city lands by blaatlng. Mr. John Calhhtn and wife appeared asking for ihe release of their child. Charles F. Cailahan, sentenced April 22, 1880, as a neglected child, during minority. Voted that Charles F. Callahan be placed under tbe care of the father until further orders of the board. Mr. Corcoran made a report In the case of John Barry, neglected child of Edward Barry. Dr. Vaughan reported In the case of the child, Nellie B...

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The Symbol of Human Life. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

The Symbol of Human Life. Now April on the scene appears; Today all smiles, tomorrow tears. Coquette-like aa the days go by. She'll smile and frown alternately. We'll have till she her race has run Our days of gloom, our days of suu. Her cloudy and her cloudless skies, Our life on earth do symbolize. —Boston Courier.

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

Mr. John Buggies, the Harvard-square real estate agent and collector, has taken quarters in the Lyceum building, where ho Is In readiness; to better attend to his customers and tua public generally. Mr. David Thomson has opened an upholstery •hup at 2 Prospect street. He says that all so rts of work in his line will receive prompt attention, and the carpel work is a specialty. Owner, of gardens should examine the Illustrated Catalogue of the Shady Hill Nurseries, corner of Kirklaudand Beacon streets. Tlniriiilike's Kalsaniln Is a pleasant medicine and it will cure your cold. Savena will not Injur, the finest fi brio.

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THE MANUFACTURE OF BRICK. EXPERIMENT WITH COAL FOR KILN FUEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

THE MANUFACTURE OF BRICK. EXPERIMENT WITH COAL FOR KILN FUEL. Parry Brothers Experience Another Successful Winter Season With Their New Process. The novelty of brick-making in winter ww called to the attention of Tiiiuune reader* last June, so that many of our friend* daring the past cold season have doubtless examined the process themselves as they found It In operation at the only ovens of the kind in this part of the country—those of Farry Bros., Concord avenue, near Fresh Pond. The firm has experienced another successful winter season with this new method, and while most other manufacturers have spent an Idle winter and been lout; aince aold out of their last aeason'* stock, these enterprising gentlemen have been actively employed through the coldest weather and have turned out an immense quantity of brick right along. At the present time they are loading from 50,000 to 60,000 brick a day from the kiln, and are yet unable to keep up with their order*. Other manufacturers who rel...

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

Carpenters and baHdjfl should examine the new decorated Inter'nr mouldings manufactured by S. if. Swain on State street. I

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABB PBEPABED TO FURNISH House Frames •»«*.»■ at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNBURPABBED, At these Frame* come by rail exclusively. » * — GKEO- "W- C3r-A.TJE1 7 336 Main Street, Cambrldgeport. TO LET OR FOR BALE. &s<"& style House, partly furnished, on a very desirable corner lv Unimvin Street (No. 14), near North Avenue. Apply to Rev. X. U. Towns (next door), 39 Hurlbut Street. TO LET By the month or on lease, in the new Hotel Stratford on Elm St., between Harvard and Broadway, Flats of six tooms and bath room, set tubs, hot and cold water, gas, large pantry, extra closets, and private cellar with each flat; halls are spacious, gas lighted by electricity, freight elevator, etc., etc. Rents very reasonable to desirable tenants. Apply to GEO. CLOSE, 243 Broadway. HOUSE TO LET. No. 7 Cleveland street; Just finished. Con. U ns eight moms and bath-room, hot aud cold water, range, furnace, cemented cellar, laundry, anil gas fixture...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

W. B. HABTIHBB * CO., FIRE INSDRMCE AGENCY. 89 Cambridge St., Kut Cambridge. 7 Ei.hsaie Place, Boston. Office Hours, Uo.ton.l to 3 P. M. A. Bi.aisiikll. (our authorised Agent), 478 Somerillle Avenue, Somerville. ;,., W.are the agent, of tb. HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. of Salem, with the largest ass.v of any mutual company In th. State. Surplus as regard* Pol lev Uol dors |534,3 M.04 Dividend, on Policies for on. jmi 20 per oent. Dividends on Policies for three year....40 per cant. Dividend, on Pullotel for Aye years 80 per cent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwelling., Household Furniture, Barn* and Gontant*. Order, by mall promptly attended to. For the oonvsnl.no. of partus In tbe vicinity, risk, taken or any Information concerning lusurano. given at residence, S Russell St., North Cambridge, Ma... CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Harvard Sauare, Insurance placed In the moil desirable companies at favorable rates. J. WINNETT & CO., Rea...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Oo to th. NKW STORE on Boylston St., near Harvard Bq., Just opened by W. J. EDWARDS. Yaa will Hod a large and varl.il assortment juat rec.lv.ti f rum some of tb. rlr.l Homes In Boston, of Wall Papers, Borders, rrteie*, Picture Moulding,, Ready Mixed Paint., Varnishes of all kinds, Linseed and other Oils. Turpentine, Jap 'lis, Stains, Polubas, Colors Ground tn Oil, Colors Ground in Japan, Dry Color., Paint, Varnish, Whitewash, and all kinds of Brushes. Kalsoiu Finish, Window Olass, Putty. A full line of Win. r ft Newton. Tube Color. In Oil and Water, Color. In Cakas, Canvas and Stretchers, Artist.' Brushes, Plaoqtles, illness, Etohlngs and other Paper*. Da not forget to call. W. J, EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. ■WT _____ "*_■—__—. j- n«ai.->*>4 AUD YOUE SKNSIB OVERWBBUUD IOUr J-ayfS XS...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

GRAVEL ROOFING, • slating, * • METAL ROOFING. Estimates given and Work Warranted, Repairing in all Its hrancher. Fifteen years'experience. Best of References, if required. Call on or address Howard F. Peak, Corner Mt. ~ v.*. '"-a- «, '>uer St*. M»n.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

QLARENCE G. REED, * Plasterer * AND STUCCO WOKKKII, Knlsoinlnlng, Whitening and Tinting. Order ani> I.kitkh Box: 22 Hawin's ExpreM Office, Harvanl Square, Cambridge. Telephone connection. ;,:h. (..neon Ktreet, Somerville. — A. Plain ano ornamental Plastering* Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing. WILLIAM J. HERON, No. din MAIN STRKF.T, basement Holmes'* (Irncerv Stole. o** Jobbing of every dweriptloa exui'utrd In the nratest manner. s. h. swain, MAM'PACTL'BKR OF DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Rosettes and Novelties. ; f7~ltutlilers aro inviteil tn call and examine. Mali- Street, Cambrldgeport. M. N. STEARNS, CONTRACTING and BUILDING OK EVERY DESCRIPTION. Large Contracts and General .loliblng attetuleil to with equal dispatch. IS Wallace Nlrrrt. Cambridge. j. sewellTcdlT CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AND JOBBERS, Crescent Aye., North Cambridge. JNO. NKWKII.. KMWIi. SKWKLI. CHAS. S. ADAM*.. N. B. .lobbinn proniptlv nttendod to and satis* faction guaranteed. UIMHKU VOX SALE. ...

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