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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
EASTERN MARKET, HEADQUARTERS FOE Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Poultry, ALSO, Fresn, Smoked and Salt Meats, Haras, Pork and Sausages, A Large Assortment of Canned Good.. Full Line of Vegetables. Best Creamery Butter at low prices G. G. PI7RDY, Proprietor. 471 MAIN STBEET, Cambridgeport. (. E. BAITSN, 280 Broadway, cor. film St. Has a Large Assortment of Tin, Glass &amp; Crockery \^_^--R-E, Which he is Selling at BOSTOH PEIOES. A Large Stock uf FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Palls, 10 cents. Tumblers, 80 cts. down. G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Cambridgeport 'l-.UK.eirs .Sew Block.) BUTTER LOWER We shall offer this week the lowest prioea erer made at tins season of the year for first clasa table butter Just received, 100 Tubs Choice York State Creamery Butter, Only S3 cts. lb. Choice Vermont Dairy, 28c. Ib. Fresh Eggs, lie. down. Sardines, 7c. box, 1 boxes 25c. Choice Fresh Prunes, 7c. lb. 4 LBS. TOR !_.*» CENTS. Granulated Sugar, oc. lb. Best Brands Flour, $5.75 bbl. We guarantee ...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. —Mr. Joseph T. Greene, of tbe St. John's Literary Institute, played in Xew Bedford Friday night of but week, with the Bachael Noah Dramatic Company, aad was the recipient of hearty and generous applause. —Subscriptions ter the building fund of the St. John's literary Institute still continue to come io. -bay of fhe donors not wishing to let their left band know what their right hand does, we are not at liberty to publish tbe names. -.Alderman Joseph J. Kelley lectured in Town Hall, Marlboro, but Sunday evening. aader the auspices of the Marlboro' Young Men's Catholic Temperance Society. The subject waa "The Temperance Question." —Miss Stone, the adopted daughter of the bite Mr. Samuel Slocomb. has been appointed and entered upon ber duties as treasurer of the East Cambridga Fire Cents Saving's Bank, the position held by Mr. Slocomb at tbe time of his demise. —The 13th annual ball of Division Xo. 15, A. O. H., of this Ward, will be held at Harugarl Hall, ...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —The committee appointed by Post .')T G. A. X. some time ago, to take steps towards healing the breach that existed in grand army circles.fluished their business, at tbe regular meeting Wednesday evening, by rebortiug that invitations had Ix-cn extended the other posts of the city to have a joint short parade on Memorial Day. Each post this year will furnish its own music and flowers. Post Ws Memoria 1 Day eoniinittee consists of Commander Voit, aud Comrades Kenny, Donellon, Barton, and MeCorri.son. —"Evans' Advertising Handbook." sixteenth edition, is a valuable hook to the business man. It contains a classified list of the most desirable advertising mediums in the I'nited states and Dominion of Canada. Mr. Kvans is one of the most reliable advertising agents in the I'nited States, always meetiug hi* contracts, and paying fair rates for advertising. The ••Handbook" is neatly printed and well arranged. —A slight fire in the blacksmith* shop of Morrill &amp...
Musicale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Musicale. Mr. E. L. (iurney gave a musical.-, with bis pupils, at the residence of Mr. Wesley L. Page. No. 1 Frost street, on Friday evening of last week. Miss ('ertrudc Bryant and Mis* Kate Bossuet rendered valuable assistance in songs and readings. The programme was as follow- • March, from Fifth Symphony, . Beethoven .Mr. E. L. Gurney. Reading, "Money Musk "... Miss Kate M. Bossuet. Ham Thoughts. . Turner Miss Alice B. .V 11.1,..,. Fairies' Invitation, . . . Meyer Arthur Clark. Waltz Song Champion Miss S. Gertrude Bryant. Forget Me Not, .... Beclit Miss Gertrude Sheridan. Woodland Voices, . . . Waidnian Miss Florence 1.. Page. Beading. "The Maiden Martyr." Miss Bot-suet. Sonata, "Autumn Leaves," Wilson Miss Bessie H. Mercer. MM- H ISTOIU O A 1..—17-n Carman's Whistle, .... Byr.l "King's Huutiuz.ligg." . . Bull Miss Eunice Forbes. Vocal, "Light of the Land," . I'lnsuti Miss Bi vant. Le Reveille-Matin. . . . C-upeiln The Dove Rameau Gavotte and Variations, . . Rameau Allegro, ... S...
John A. Logan Post 186. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
John A. Logan Post 186. The regular fortnightly meeting of tbe aliove organization was held Thursday evening at its headquarters, odd Fellows Building. .Vks Main street. Five application* for membership were received ami referred to appropriate committees. A series of resolutions was received from a joint committee of the other Posts extending a fraternal welcome to Post Ist. and inviting it to take part in the observances of Memorial Day. During the "good of the order" matters in the interest of the Post were freely discussed and appropriate action taken.
District Court. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
District Court. Patrick H. Smith, agent of a sewing machine company, was lined iv the Oistrict Court. Tuesday, •?_&gt;() and custs. for using loud and indecent language and calling out "scab" to employes of the railroad company. Wednesday, William Cnnncl.. who was a disturber of the peace iv Harvard square. Friday eveniug of last week, during the parade of former railroad employes and their friends, was fined 190 and costs. J. 11. Sheehan refused to pay his fare in a horse car and wa» fined *7 and' costs for the offeuse. James Halloran was held in **100 for his further appearance for assaulting his wife. Daniel Malone. but four months in the country, was held in $6M for examination next Tuesday, for assaulting special officers William Roliertsou and John 1). Kirk. The affair occurred on Cambridge street, aad arose from the arrest of Malone. who with others were detected in snowballing pa*-ing horse cars on Sunday night. Bering the officer, the men tied into Metals- street, a...
Prospect Skating Academy. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Prospect Skating Academy. Thi* academy, which i* *o conveniently located, pronii*.** to meet with much *tieee** un.l.r the new in;iiia_r,-in,-nt. vvhi.-h l.roiio*.** from ! time to time to offer attract inn* that will la- *ure to meet with iKipular favor. Tuesday evenins.' there will is* a ihjlo contest for a puf*e ..I -?•_!.*&gt;. la-tw.-eu the (ilol.es and the Stars, an.l Tlmr*dav, St. l'alriek'* Day. the ('amliridire I'otiie* and Parfa team* will meet, and a ino*t intere*titiv gaa-B is expected. Mean*. ___, .1. Kra.-t/er. the proprietor, an.l A. X. (unar.l. the manair.-r. are determine*! to do all in their power to .rive entire satisl-ction to their patron*. —Tin- n __kir monthly meeting of the Society fur Chilatlaii Knileaviir of the Qraee M. I*.. t'hiireh (formerly Cottage Street M.K. Chard.), wa* held Weilii.-*d:.y eveniii*; of la*t week, at th.- eh-pci, at which the follow-in;; orticer* were darted to serve six month*: l're-ideiit. W.J. • hadhourne: Kir*t Vice l're*i,...
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Sunday Services. FiitsT Baptist ChC-ch, Central Square, Re. •lame. McWhinnle.D.D., pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, with classes for alleges at 2.30 P SI. Preaching at 7.30 P. M. Young people's meeting Monday at 7.4.', P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.45 P. M. Mission or tbk Ascknsios, corner of Third and Thorndike .treete. East Cambridge.—Morning service. 11. Evening service at 7.30. N'OBTH-AVEMK UXIVEKSAI.IST ChIK. It—Rev. C. m, . Biddle, pastor. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7 P M. Sunday Sbhool, 12.1.VP. 11. Harvard St. M. E. Chi-rch, Rer. W. 11. Thomas, pastor.— Preaching at 10.30 A. M Sunday school ati&gt;.3o P. M. Prayer meeting at 7.30 P. M. Weekly prayer meeting Friilay, at 7.45 P. M. First Parish Cbcrch, corner of North avenne and Church street—Rev. Edward H. Hall, pastor Services. 10.30 A. SI. Sabbath School, 12 SI. St. James's Chcrch, Beech Street, North Cambridge. Rev. Edward Abbott, Rector.—Service, at 10.30 A. SI. and 7.30 P. M. Friday, at BP. M. ...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Married. KANIKI.-KAIKBANKS-In thi. city, 3d lnat., br K«r. Georga W. Brln*, D. !&gt;., Mr. Walter Daniel to Hi..- Mary X. ralrbanka, both of this city. DOWNING-LOCKE-Ib this elty. 7th In.t.. by Her. Cbarle. W. Blddle, D. I&gt;. Mr. Edward H. Downing to .Ml.. Helen A. Locke, both of thi. city. nUEN'b—KEBNEY-In Soini-rvllle. 22d nit., by K«v. (leorge W. Durell, Mr. Edward W. Friend of tbi. city, to Mi.. Mary A. Keruey of SotnerTllle. BOM AN—ORIMJAM-In this city, M lu.t., by Willi--. H. Orcutt, Esq., Ju.tlce of the Peace, Maunel Roman to Mary Uriubain, both of tbi. city. WHITTEN-REAI In this city, sth in.t., by Ber, Nailisniel B. Pi... Mr. John E. Whttten to Mim Ethel E Real, both of this city. WARREN—LOCKI.IN—In tbte elty, 9th In.t , by Rev. Edward M. Uu.hee, Mr. Alfred E. Warren to Mr.. Haa-ah 8. Locklln. both of thi. elty.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Died. BULI.OCK-In this city, sth lust, La ban Bnlloek, 69 years. BOYXTON—9th Inst.. Sarah B , wif •of Mania B. Boynton, 62 years, 2 mos., -4 days. BKMH-lOth Inst., Susan Plcksriaf, widow al Kmery Bemls, 79 years, t months, ■ days. CROTH Kits-nth inst., Hattle M. Crothars. 27 yemn, 4 mouths, 18 days. HAM.ox-r.ib inst.. Bridget 8.. daughter of Thomas ami Mary Hanlon, U years, 4 mnls-t HAI.K .-,i)) lust., Cbarlaa B. Hale, 29 years, I months, 17 days. McLAI'CUI.IN—Ith Inst., Ttareaa, daug-tar of Joseph A. and Kliia McLaug-Hti, I year, 7 days. MOORF.-sth Inst., Charles H., ton of Samuel and Alice Moore, 11 years, 5 monthd, IS days. TAYNK-4th inst., Mary, widow of Timothy Tayne, liB yenrs.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
——————————————————————————————— —————————_—,i SCROFULA I do not believe that Ayer's Sarsaparilla baa t an equal as a remedy for Scrofulous Humors. It is pleasant to take, gives strength and rigor to tbe body, Uimuipa $ad prod licet a more nUint&gt;r9 t permanent, hurting, result than any medicine I ever used. —E. Haines, Xo. Lindale.U. I have used Ayer's Sarsaparilla, in my family, for Scrofula, and know, if it is taken Ervsiu-elas. f »»*"»'"'fy. •* win -.• 7»i|i.ioo, thoroughly eradicate a this terrible disease. — have suffered with Erysipelas. I have tried •11 aorta ot remediet HP M_l *•* "■-f complaint, but comßilced using Arer't Sti-kparllla. After taking ten hot. tiet of thi. mstUmt I am completely eared. —Mary C. Aim■*■!., Hockport, Ma. Clrflifrtl. ! luTe •uffered, for ' jMMra, from Catarrh, which waa to severe that It destroyed my appetite and weakened ■t tyitem. Altar try. ing other remedies, aad getting no relief, I __ - . began to take Arer't Cm be f^-* l^' •"*!_]*...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Horace S. Bartleil, Real Estate Agent, —FORCambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. BuildiDg Lots For Sale IN DESIRABLE LOCAIITIES. FOR "SALE. ' VLOT OF CHAIKS: also a iVhorse p-,».-r H.-iler. Apply t" KEI.I.KV St .McKINNON, at llarvar-l Kink. |»* WANTED. rpWO OK THREE ROOMS, furnUhed or unfurJ_ nished, with board for gentleman ami adult .laughter. In a nice private family. Address X. Y. '/.., I'ItKSS OKFH X. WANTED! A.\ AMATEUR PRINTER to do printing at liome, stock furnished. Must hare good press iiml type. Address for particulars D. A. X., Pukss (IKKICK. BOGUS BUTTEB~ Butterine or Oleomargarine, lias come to atxy and I* a sweet, wholei-mme, aud pet net substitute for tine ilutter. Order alO pound sample tub of J. X. FKYK m CO., I Jain Street, lioston. RKPOBT OF the: tOMHTIO&gt; OF THI NATIONAL CITY BANK of Cambridge, at Cambridge port, iv the Statu of at tlie close uf biiiduess, March 4, ISK7. Rfiourn.. Loans and discounts, - - $_»_...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
financial. SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS ou first mortgages. GEORGE W. GALE, XX Main Street, Cambridgeport. *WE OFFER, SUBJECT TO SALE, AT 97 1-2 and accured interest, witb 25 per cent, or stock bonus, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF The Orange Belt R'y Co's FIRST MORTGAGE 6 PER CENT. 5.20 YEAR GOLD BONDS. INTEREST JANUARY AND JULY. PAYABLE AT THE FARMERS LOAN AND TRUST CO., NEW-YORK, DUE 190**. THE Orange Belt Railroad Extends tram Monroe, a stmioii tm the .Jacksonville, Tumpa aud Key West Railway, ftl-flOg _____ west bank of Lake Monro*-, southwesterly through tbe towns uf Sylvan Lake,' PaolH, Ihlhihl Lake, tihii Ethel, Longw.M.tl, AlHim.nl, Forest City, Toronto, .-•.keville, Clarkona, Millers, ant) Crown Point to Oakland, a beautiful village located en the south shore of Lake Apopka, ■ ftttTITTTr of M miles, and is being rapidly extended tliruiiyh to Point Pinellas on the Gulf. This road passes through ilio mos*. fertile lands of the State of Kb-rida and the nn-st thrifty orange bell of Om stale....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
€o gtt—goi Sale. TO KENT. "V"ICE, XEW and couvenieiit apartnients,or .-ingle _ll houses of from 4to S moms each. Kent 113 to $20 per mouth. Keadv March lstand April Ist. Apply at Xo. 5 River slreer feblS—tf For Sale~at a Bargain. MA valuable House, with 0000 feet of land, three minutes' walk, from Harvard College, iv a quiet neighborhood. AH modern improvement;-, and iv thorough condition. First class furnace, costly chandeliers, aud is well adapted for a respectable private family: was built by one of the best builders in Cambridge. $1500 can remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply to JOHN LEXXON, 145 Pearl St., Cambridgeport. jan2o-tf TO LET. a House of 9 rooms, with bath room and wash room. No. lo Lawrence bir.-et; good yard; cemented cellar; all in perfect repair; rent ?L's per month. Apply to J. H. Webber, 683 Main .feet. jaul—tf ST. GEORGE'S HALL, £*AO MAIN STREET, to let for Dances, Enter\J\J*J taimneuts, lodge meetings, etc. Enquire of Chak_.es Atkins, 45314 Main sireet, or ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Reboots—JKusical. COMER'S Commercial College Oldest and Most Successful in America. The course of study i. Elective, and Embraces Book-keeping* Panmanehip, Correspondence, Commercial taw, Cauimerctal Arltnmetic, Short Hand, Type Writing, and the English branches. Individual Instruction. .Students may begin at any time. Special three months' course for those whose time and means are limited. Sitnatione always ready for competent »tudenta. Spring Term begins Monday, April 4th, 1887. For full particulars, address or call upon C. -S. COMER, ms—iw 660 Washington- Street, Boston. MT7 ST. JOSEPHS ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - ■ MASS. FOB BOABDEBS AND DAY FUPILS, ukopf.m:!) j MOM)A i, September tit/t. _Fg* pl-aspeetofl aud further inlurit.fl.thin tddren, M&lt;&gt;TH X It Sl* PS It lOR, Mt. Bt. •Joski-h*_n Ar.wn-M. ■ ANNA M McAVOY7 TEACHKU OF THE i _PI AISOFOH r JT £•: 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. ; MISS ELLEN E. HAWSES, TKAClll'l. OK ;PIA bat resumed her inalructions since Oct. I...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
_. egal _\atuu. Commonwealth of Ma.r_achu.ett.. Middlesex, as. PROBATE COUBT. To all ..ersons Interested In Ike e.tate under the will of Mehcv Kichaki.so.v, late of Cambridge. it. said County, deceased, testate, given Ib trust for the uencttt of Charles E. Kiel,ard.un and other.. Obektinq: ll'H eke as, Geoboe B. Bichabdsok, the trnaII tee under said will, lias presented for allowauce the tirst account of his trusteeship; You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Conrt to be holden at Cambridge, in said County, on tho fourih Tuesday of March iusiant, at nine o'clock in the forenoon, to show cause, if any you—aye, why the same should not be allowed. And said Trustee is ordered to serve tbi* citation by publishing the same once a week, In the Cambridge l*re*s,a newspaper printed at Cambridge, three weeks successively, the last publication to M two days, at least, before said Court. Witness, Ueoboe M.Biiooks, Esquire, Judge of said Court, this nrsfcday of .March, lv the year of our Lo...
Poetry. GOD ... MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Poetry. GOD ... MOTHER. AHUM glri irttb-axes balr, Aad soattteyes, so sweet and fnlr, ' Win kneels, wbea twMgl-t dartana all, AadtnmwboaeloTi-gHpetberef-11 " The assaat* e&lt; t-_s siaspie prayer: "Oad bleaal Pad bleaa my mother !" A 11 alb anem Ute-a tbreabold arlde, Wbe laaTss aY-tie Brother's side, ' ' Te-keaaa, anabrined within Ws breast, ■or wards mt waral—j.—still the beat; Aad itHltl, when temptation-tried,— *-*Oodble_s!-OoU bleaa my mother !** A white* htlred man who gases back X thing lie's weary, farrowed track, - And seas eaa face,—aa Angel's sow I— Bean won— ot light that led aright, Aad prays witb nrreiential brow: "God bteaa!—Ood Meaa my mother!" gescf Cooper At Brooklyn Magazine.
THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
THE SEVEN AGES OF WOMEN. All tke world's a wardrobe, Aad all the (iris and women manly waarera: Tksr have tkalr fas-ions and their fantasies, Aml owe eke Ib bar tlas* wears many garaeata T-ina|&gt;nal km Seven Stages. First, tka baby, MsfilHsil aad broMarad, la bar nurse's arms, Aa- tbea tka trlas-hoeed aeboolflrl, witb bar flouncee Aa-I aaaall siij-anoral-a. face, tripping skirt-wag-es**. Qs.aMSH._l/tn--001. And tben ths flirt, O-Ua. Hka area, with a baal-ess _el___.de Fees oa bar low-eat corset. Tben a bride Tail of el range lnary, vastared like an angel. Yetted taparoaaly, yet Tigilaat at glance, laaMaa; —» Waaaaa'a heaven. Admiration, Kraal at tba altar stepa. And tben tbe matron, tmjsar, mm valvee, with saave satin lined. WM- area severe aad sklru of yoatblol eat, NI of dress saws aad modish laataar-se. Bata-ehbarfWa their part. TJse eixth age a-lfta Into tba gray, yet gorgeous grandmamma, VU gold plrirsnai oa nose aad fan at aide, ■m s ■■lilwl tarts Ma atr-ag, and wert...
Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 March 1887
Miscellaneous Items. *_ *~*~*~*— —A MCrw .Method of preparing solder for brazing tsnslsti in .Mixing soluble proportions of p*-_rwlined brsss solder sad pul veriaed borax, tbeo grinding the two together nntil tbe borax aritl set or harden, and the ■eixtnre la ■lasUy free from lumps, snd slowly adding water to make a paste. The naolatare is then dried from the paste, tmWtmg cakes are formed which will keep any length of time. —A new device for a feed water heater, In which the feed water enters into a heating coil, passes Into a round drum and ascends In an annular water-chamber, whence it pastes _■ a purified heated state to the boiler, being heated in its passage by a eantrai steam-chamber and a steam-jacket BmM-bnnlrating with each other. —The best finish for walls in a hospital ward for contagious diseases, says the Sanitary Engineer, Is probably a good sand finish, on which should be placed three coats of paint. This appears to be the least liable to cracks and scaling, and is r...