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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Three Peculiarities Hood's Sarsaparilla, the great blood purifier and regulating medicine, is characterized by three peculiarities, namely: lo♦ ■ Tlle combination of the various I© I ■ remedial agents used. f%fl m The proportion In which the roots, asCU ■ herbs, barks, etc., are mixed. em. * The process by which the active OQ ■ medicinal properties are secured. The result is a medicine of unusual strength and curative power, which effects cures heretofore unequalled. These peculiarities belong exclusively to Hood's Sarsaparilla, and are Unknown to Others Hood's Sarsaparilla is prepared with the greatest skill and care, by pharmacists of education and long experience. Hence it is a medicine worthy of entire confidence. If you suffer from scrofula, salt rheum, or any disease of the blood, dyspepsia, biliousness, sick headache, or kidney and liver complaints, catarrh or rheumatism, do not fail to try Hood's Sarsaparilla "I recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla to all my friends as the best blo...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

EASTERN MARKET, HEADQUARTERS FOR Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Poultry, ALSO, Fresh, Stnoked and Salt Meats, Hams, Pork and Sausages, A Large Assortment of Oanaeti Goods. Full Line of Vegetables. Best (Teamen Batter at low prices O. O. rI'RDY, Proprietor. 471 MAIS BTBEET, Oambridgeport. Cl BARTON, 288 Broadway, cor. Elm 81. lias a Large Assortment of Tin, Glass & Crockery Which he is Selling at BOSTON PEIOEB. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails, 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 ets. dozen. G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Oambridgeport (Ruaaell'a n> w Block.) VERY BEST BRANDS $5.75 a bbl. INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED Keen's Best Haxall. "1 «,, 7 , ... Washburn's & Crosby's Extra, **' '* "■*• Pillsbury's Best, Silver White, j 75C. big. KVERY BARREL WARRANTED. Fresh Country Eggs, 25c. doz, Received Fresh Every Day. Best Granulated Sugar, 6c. lb. 500 Bushels Potatoes ONLY B5 CENTS A BUSHEL. j The best Cooking Potatoes ever sold in thi* city. ty Send your o...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Second Anniversary of the East Cambridge Catholic Union. A Delightful Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Second Anniversary of the East Cambridge Catholic Union. A Delightful Affair. The second anniversary of the East Cambridge Catholic I'nion was celebrated by a grand ball at Harugari Hall, oa Sixth street, Friday evening of last week. The affair was a complete success in every detail, the anticipations of the most expectant participant lieing fully realized. There was at least seventy-live couples in attendance, notwithstanding the rain, which came down in torrents, and the nonrunning of the horse ears. Nothing flaunted by tbese unseemly obstacles, carriages were called into requisition, and nearly all wbo intended to attend were present. The hall, which In itself is a very pretty one. wa* tastefully, although not elaborately, decorated, and was a charming scene to liehold. as the pretty faces and grateful forms of the fair sex, whose toilets were as varied as they were beautiful, glided over the floor with their husbands, brothers ami sweethearts, wbo also presented ...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —The annual meeting of the Harvard Sehtfo] Graduate- Association will be held Tuesday evening at H o'clock in the Wars' Kooin of the City Building Central. Square. It i- hoped that all graduates will make effort to be present and assist the committee in the election ofofficers. —Oddities in chairs, on which scarfs are bung a'Sthetic neglige, have increasing admirers in the homes of the American aacjßja, Anvlbiug which has merit is welcome.l. so that it relieves a room from the prim, uncoinfortalile aspe.-f which tbe old-fashioned style of fuini-hing pro lucel. Enrnit'tn- Trade Msslew of New York. —An evening view of Hartley & Co.'- great earia-t store !>.i to MB Washington street, in the neighboring city, seen through the splendidly lighted plate gla-s windows, is a sight to wonder at. with its rare display of wilton. velvet, aud brussels carpeting*, its wealth of foreign rugs, draperies, .tie. Are. Mr. B. P. Aniinidon of Apple ton street, i...

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A Masquerade Surprise. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

A Masquerade Surprise. (In M. .inhn eveniu>r. quite a iiiiiiilk'l- of the ' frieinls of Mr. Elmer X. SIiM-omb took forcible po-sessiftn of his re-iilelice. No. 1 It, Washington street, and paid him a genuine surprise visit. Tin- fanta-tie garb* of many of those present added to the interest of the occasion, aud among them may be mentioned Mr. Louis Slocomb, who was attired as "Santa Claus," the Misses Clara and l.ila Fowler and Mrs. Walter (icrald of Ea-t Boston as the •'Three Little Maids from School." .Mr. Walter (icral.l. "Clown;" Mr. John J. Fowler. "Jockey:" Mr. Henry Isaacs of the Brattle Square Hold as "Mephistfipheles:" Mr. (ieo. F. Cross as ••OliK.ramlpa:" Mr.-. Cros-as "Chainlierinaid:" Mrs. Barr and Mi-s William, a- "Liberty;" Mr Herliert McClcarc as "Military:" Miss Susie Mcßrinn. "Bride;" Miss Lizzie Allen, "Honiino:" Mrs. Jennie Slocomb. "(.ypsey:" Miss Annie Mavnard. -Fancy:" Miss Jennie Freeman. "Daughter of the liegiment:" Miss Lillie I'riile. "Nurse;" an...

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Hawkins Lodge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Hawkins Lodge. the storm, the liasket party given by Hawkins Letetga, Tnn- Templars. on Friday eve*a**g of la-t week, w .is w til attended. The liiildin,' lor the liasket-w a- quite spirited, and the entertainment was very enjoyable. The old ha.- Bgaffl entered into ai-tive service the teiniM-raiiee cause, and hid- fair to occupy il- place in the foreiuo.t ranks a-, in tbe days of yore when its teinperanei work and influence w. if fch. Tin -ale ol liasket- netled a handsome siiin. aicl tin- tirrrn aiictiouei-1 was coniplluienle I upon his sucivhk in aeerjerieeg aoofj pri

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A Cambridge Man Drowned. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

A Cambridge Man Drowned. Intclliirene • ha- bean recefve I iv the* city, of the death by drowning ot .Mr. X. W. (iould. «rand-on af the late deacon Kreileric (iould for many year- I'loideiit of Ihe Hlack-tone NationalJ Bank of 80-ton. The iiufortunaie all'air 0.-curreil at Sierra Madre \illa. I.os Angeles, (,'al.. where yoiiiix (iould was vUttafl with his mother. If had heen hi- praclice to take daily exercise iv running around the monster bligallag reservoir near the hoiel.aiul on the HMhinst. while thus eatKaetid lie fell into Ilu- reservoir and wa- drowned. His body was recovered upon ttaafaj|ta> the reservoir after hi- coutiuiieil nliseiue had alarmed hie mother and friends. He wa- :in veiir- of age and le-idcd on 11 iirh lalnl incline.

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Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. 'I'llo-e of mil- eiti/ell- who Were fnrtllllUte a-noiiirli 10 In- present at Temple Hall la»t Miiidai wen- well repaiil h\ listening to the reniaik- of tin two aide -|M-akers from aliroad. EiiL'ene 11. Catpp, K»i|.. Mo-t Worthy I'atriarili >ou> of Ti-ni|M-rani-e. and Key. Mr. Iliek. Mfi-i Worthy Chaplain. Temple af Honor. New York. After the preliminary i-M-reise- .Mr. i lupp \\a.- inlroiliiivil. ami in a i liar. Inreilile ami etunineiim manner told tbe stor\ of inti ui)M-ranee, il- liamfiil results and ilisa-lroii- eiidiiu. aplly illustrating his remarks 111 illeidelll- ill lllelilesof men. frieihl- of hi- \oiilh. ulio-e liriirh't prosiiects had lieen l.ii.-htid and who had irone flown Iff drunkard'- Brave*. He was followed liy I»r. Iliek. \\ ho after a happy allusion to the former speaker MBoV an aide addre**. hi- remarks In ill -_r ehiefh to tin- lining. The ilill'erent lilllperallee or.'alliz.'llioll- ot the fill wer...

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Here and There in Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Here and There in Europe. Ber. rimiiia- IT*inlli. I". X.. was met**! l>y a \er> larire aiiiliein-i-in Aipiinas Hall, on Suinlav evening la-t. on the oei-a-ion of hi- illtistrataaV leelure. ill-fliptili-of lll:i|.llitiei'llt view-of sfH lii-torie -puis and sei-nie p-ui.- tif Katlur m-iilli hail |~ r-mially li-iteil theejetaaa B* pliolo'.'raplii I from nature, and liy the aiil of a -tere.iptiei.il. niana.-eil liy Father liriliiii. the -• i lie-wen- n-ieli-reil flmilili intere-tiinr in llst-i-tiin,' In tin- ile-eripliuii a- iriien liy the lecturer. Il wa- i«n hours well sprat, an.l certainly niinh iiifiirniaiinn was lanarted t<> ihe amlieiiee. Mi.-s Mari (i.-rniaiii !■• iiilend setetal inu-iuil seleelinll- ill tille \oi.-e. and was i|e-er\edlv ellfiireil. Mi-- Leah Grero al-o reinlere.l au Italian soiiir iluiiie.' a d riplinii of Itiiliun seeinrv.

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Meeting In Union Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Meeting In Union Hall. Al g iii -Iftt'k h>t i \iiiiiiL'. tin- iii ruifii Hall, iiilli-il li. i-iiii-Mi r tin- bna) iin-.ui- in ui|o|il ini-ii-iir.-- in -riili- Ik* iliilii-iiitii- liftwii-ii ihiCatstbrUßT Itiiilnnul ami ItsrJ, lettc riii|ilnvi«. Link pear*. W in. It. I'litli-nii iitliriaii-il n- iliairinan: \V. W. l'ikf.Cily ( li-rk. ai-tfil a--t rri larv. Hiniark- di-iiiiin ialurv af Ike t 'aiiiliri.l.irf liailliiad ilinrlni- IHI nniiif It. Ml--1-. I>. A. Itiii-kl-i. T. W. UeaaUert, .1.1. M'l'riii.ly. Aiillinii\ and aether*. A n-iiltittiiii iiili-ri-il In < liarli- Dowel, ntin- M:i\ nr and Aldi-rnu-ii to inti-rrnlr with tin- i'aiiiliiifli.'i' Railroad Vrntammj with a rtea to , imaitiful -ftilfiiii-nt of tin-i-\i-iiiii r lit **.!! ifrntr! U.i- linaiiiinoii-ly etteooteei, 11 «a- a iintiii-alili- fi-aturi- ni tin- fnyexedhtgs llial a liiiii-\i-i- iillii-inii- ara* mad.- tu Mayor Kll--111 an<l (In- efoaftj nf Al li-rnii-n. lii--i-liini icreet...

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Unlike Any Other. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Unlike Any Other. It is said by tbaaa who know, that .L>hnsou'*< AaMdyne I.home; i i- unlike :uiv other in the world and that it i.« the most wonderful family remedy ever i|is-o\eitd It U bi-:li for internal and external use, and is < «,ually \aliab'.e in ■ itlier case. It laaafeta r-uy tha> v.• ri'incdy ih<a kii"«n bas cureil so many cases* i.f Oiphtheiia, Cr-mp, Ast'mia, fllOOChtlls, lliilnenza. Site Lungs, Bleeding al tlo* Lungs. Spitting of Blootl, Cbfoale lloaisene>s, Hacking I,'ough, Whooping Cough, I .a nu.: Stomach, Itheumatism In w.-rse f «rm; t hrunic IHarrho-a, (,'hrouic I>ysentery. Kidney tro.ibles, I Diseases ol th" Spine. Sciatica ami N*Mit»igia, as has Jehaoaatfl Anodyne Liniment. Thai Anodyne Liniment is richly worth tvti dollars a boiile in ceitain cases. For iiii-t nice, in cast"* of diphtheria, croup and when the sntteter is alnm-t ileatl f<>r want of breath, and «. ...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Married. AU.KN-AI.I.KN-In lWton. i»l int-t.. l.y Key. I'l.illi|>r. i.ri'oke. .Mr. Itt.iar 11. Allen of Canada, to Mia* M.irv A Allen t-f .hi* ritv. CHKNKY—CHILD—Ia thit. city. SM iinU., by \%*9. X. X. < 'hetnUltT, !>. !>.. -Mr. limber. R. Cheney to mLn I.oiiix-i X. fluid, in.ll, t>f thiri .ity. crivLKs—LaTHßoK—ln tbJp ettT.Mta h.»t.. by K«t. GMm \V. liiinK'*. >'• ■»-. Mr. Victor W. * 'tippler, tv MIM C»rri« A. Lalhrop, both of thi*> ritv. I>KN"NIS-NI'NKS-Jn Ibta ctty, ttth innt., by Htv. Albert (r«.uld, .Mr. Antonio L. Dennis to Mm Anna S. Nunen, both of ihixcity. JOHNSON—FATAL—Ia thi.4 city, OA inst., hy ltev. l'etcr Sifiir.ii. .Mr. Tbonaa *j. Jobaaoa of Wtnt Newton, tv Mini Ida M. Fatal of thin ciiy. LANK-LA.MB-In I hit) city, BMb hint., -Mr. Patrick Lane t<> Mine Mitry Lamb, both ot this city. PAKiK—GODFRJEY— In thin city, Jtttt inst., by Key. X. X. Chuiiiller. I). I)., M...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Died. ARNOLD—Ia iliis city, 2M last., Joarph O. Arnold, SB \.-;ir-. 11l llliiullis. CONRICK—Hat inst., Katie M., wife ol Thomas Cmirlek. .'UI viMtf.l CONDON-23d Inst., .loseph, son of William and Mary ijnniliiii. S years. lll'liU.XN—li*tli inst., ThiiiiuiH, win uf efaasa* and .Mary lMi|£u.ati, In years, fi montlm. IniNiilll'E—Pub inn.. Catherine M. Donohue, ."- -i ears, m inns., 11 ilayn. 1m1.1.i IFF- EM Inst., liruee !•'.. ilaughlerof Benjamin VV. anil Hcurietta M. Dollolf, 10 years, 10 lllllillle* I*> days. EDMANDS—2tct Inst., Martha A., widow of William M. Kilmands, nl years, 11 mouths. FORBES— Jlth lii.it, (harleaj., son nf Charles J. ami Mary A. Forties, It iiirmlliH. 17 tlava. FnKAN- 2\\a inst..Amy, daughter of James 11. and Sarnli Koran. II loos., JiJ ilavs GREGORY—Uta lust., Kllzubctli. daughter of Kilwuril ami Maria ilregorv.U monllis. KEEFK—24th inst., Patrick Keefe, H years I. AW—Pith inst., Margaret 1... ilaukbier of Albert W. and Mililred A. Law, 1 vear.t* mn...

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C. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

C. T. U. The 11th annual nieeliii_' of the I'nion was held Feb. 10. iii the parlor of lbe V. If. C A. building. After the usual preliminary exercises the Secretary made an aide and exhaustive reiiort of the year's w uk. which will la- placed before the piildic in Ihe near future. The Treasurer reported freedom from debt and thirty cents in the treasury, .-li iwiiur that much money had been expended in various directions. The committee on nominations brought in the following names which wen- iin.inimoiislv elected for the cominst year, viz.: President. Mrs. W. i;. I'evear: Secretary. Mi-s 1.. X. Hawes; Trea.-urer. Mrs. W. l''ilinore: VTeeliresident. Mrs. W. Smith; id vice-president. Mrs. Thus. Bickford : .'ld vice-president. Mrs. S. 1.. Ward. Executive Committee. Mrs. M. Holmaii, Mrs. I). I>. |.eeds. Mrs. E. L. Chenev. Mrs. M. Watson. Mr.-. .1. Jones. Mrs. E. Thorndike. Mrs. .1. (i. Ball. Mrs. T. (4. Nctraest, Mrs. 8. C. Harvey and .Mrs. (i. I). Chaaiiierlin. A letter of s...

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Surprise Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Surprise Visit. Some of the many friend- of Mi-s Winnie paid her a surprise visit at her residence. No. Winsor street. Thursday evening', and presented her with a cost)] gold watch ami several floral tributes of love and affection. 'I he visitors provided v choice collation, the viands ami accompaniments coiniii'; from the (Juincy House. Boston. The party, after partaking of the excellent luncheon, entered into a round of festivities, including dancing, which lasted until alter the churchyards had yaw lied.

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Sight is Priceless. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Sight is Priceless. There is no more delicate orfean in the human body, or one which a iierson can so ill att'ord to have tampered wiMl. as the eye. If, therefore, the surlit is impaired and (.'lasses are required, a Imtsoii should select a reputahle practitioner. Camliriflire is now fortunate in having in her midst Dn. Kniery $t ( hapmaii. professional opticians, from 110.-toii. who have taken the i-oiiiinoiliiiii- store at No. ."x>7 Main street, where a most complete line of spectacles and eye can Im- found. I oiisultation and examination of the eye free,

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Death of a Business Man. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Death of a Business Man. Mr. Daniel X. hfcjeatr. of the firm of I). X. Mes>er fl Bro., well-known died suddenly of heart disease, at his lodfriiifrs. No. tee 1-8 Harvard-treel. on Tuesday Bight. He was in apparent jrood health on Tuesday. and retired to hi- room at an early hour. Wednesday mornini: his lifeles- body, fully clothed, was found upon the Boor in hi- sloepinj; room. Mr. Me--er wa- a native of 110-tmi. where he was lioni in Utati. lie had resided iv raiiiliriihre for many years. and was at one time an active nieinIht the hand engine tire ilepartment. He wa.-a uieiiilier of loiiir stiiudiiiir of Kriendshiii l.od-e. No. 20. I. O. i». X. Hi-funeral will iH-i-iir from 14" Harvard -tn-et. next Tuesday. at two o'clock.

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Cowardly Assault. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Cowardly Assault. -Mr. IMiilip T. (ireely. resiilinir nt No. 1.1 leiitre street, was outrageously assaulteil on Satunlay evenini.' by two riiflians without the HHst provoi-ati.ui as be was his way Tiomewiiril. The all'air oi-euneil at the corner of (ireeii iiiul I'lea.-ant street>. Mr. Greety states that he was probably nii-takeii for a railroail einplffve. lieini.' ealletl a ••seah." No arrests have lieen iiinile.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

— A a.'rainl IK-mtit i-oinvrt will Im- irivi-n by >onir of our iniint-iit inii-ii-al taliiit ni-xt Wttlnr*ila\ i-\iiiiii|f. at tin- rrii-pii-t street (oiiirrrKatiniial < linnli. tin- object Ininir to raisn to aid in 1 In- f-ri-i-tiiiii of the l!n-h A. M. X. Zion Cliun-li. A of .■•olos, ijnartetti-> ami M-lfi-t reatflaaa will !«• reattlereil by tinArifl Quartflti-. I'iljfriiu Chun-hChoir, Mr. J. 11. Roliin-on. Mr-. W. C. Riiliinoiiil. Mis- V. 1.. Pin-lan. Mi--Mary Blairanil Miss Heffie E. Hall. Wi- hape they will be gteeteaf wilh ■ full house. Ti.-kf-t- Al it-. Ki-i-iM-il stals :fu-ts.. for sale l.y Mr. L. W. MesM-r. Mr. Henry S. Amiros. Mr. Elit- Lapierre. Mr. Dow's. AlMitheeary.

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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887

Sunday Services. First BAPTIST OaTVSOS, Central Square, Key I .fames MeYVbiiinie.TVD., p:ist..r.--Frea< Ling at 10.30 j A.M. Sunday Sthool, with classes for all ages. :it ! 'J.ito I* M. Prea<hii»i{ at 7.30 P. M. Young people's j meeting Monday at 7.4-"> P. M. Prayer meeting ~ Wednesday at ~'.V> P. at. Miksion of m AsfKN.sioN, corner of Third' and Thorndike streets. Fast Cambridge.—Morning ; aaabiaa. IL Kvetiing service at 7.:w. NoKTH-AVKM X UMVF.BSALIST CUI'RCH—Uev. I C. W Itiddlc, paitnr. Services, 10..W A. M. and 7P. i M. Sunday Stdiool, l-'.l*. P. M. ; llarvakd ST. M. X. CiURtH, Key. V. 11. Thomas, pastor.—Preaching at ln.aoA.M . Sunday ' school atSJM P. M. Prayer meeting at 7.30 P. M. Weekly prayer meeting Friday, at 7.45 P. M. Fiii>T Pauish cnt'ifcH, tomer of North avenue ■ttd Chnr. h street —Key. Kdward H. Hall, pastijr. Servn-es. ML3B A. M. S ibbath School, 111 H. St. .1 amks's Cur rch, Keech Street, North Cambridge. Key....

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