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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
East Cambridge. A vocal and Instrumental conceit will be given ill the Universalis! Church on Wednesday evening, June 1, the |irneeeds to be devoted to the renovation of tho church. The following talent will assist: Philedian Glee Cluluif Boston; Miss Lizzie Hopkins, mezzo SopnWloj Miss Carrie I. Burton, soprano; Edward Noycs, accompanist; Miss Minnie Marshall, reader. Kvnryboily I. talking about the proposed new Stale House lobe built arninul Ihe old glided dome nn Ile.cnn Hill. HI. aiinnuneerl tmla; that tba neit llostom Himnav QtOrll will have a humorous, Illustrated article nn this subject, In which It will be suggested that the propose.! a.Mitten be portable. In order that It may be nsivl for J imitating. Ne on* aboulil rolu reading thi. article.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge l REAL ESTATE AGENT. m m ; CAMBBIDGK PROPBBTY ON!.*. NO BOSTON OFFICII. law. voar propartv pl.ccd on my list Immediately, at I am in a position to ihoto and direct patron* tommy place in the city. Blinding- Lota (or aale In Ihe most desirable location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. • TELEPHONE 7318. IF TOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT OXCB Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a pair of their PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES ol the Hue. Frenct German and American manufacture, at prloes w thin the reach of all. v.„.\„a The Eye Examined Free. Satl.faoUou Guaranteed. Len.es Re.et and Gla»ses Repaired. BARGAINS! The undersigned have bought of WESTON W. WALKER the Btock, fixtures and good will of the store 621 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Already owning three large stores In and about Boston, we arc In position to give consumers tbe ben...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
BRINE AND NORCROSS, SUCCXSSOBS TO John Harrington &amp; Co., 17 &amp; 18 TREMONT ROW, 70 &amp; 72 TREMONT BT., 660 &amp; 662 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON, 861 ELM 8T„ MANCHEBTER. Giving-Goods Away. A great monopoly which freezes out all small competitors, and takes the big ones into partnership for the purpose of extorting an absurdly high price for a necessary article, is something of which the public are justly entitled to complain, but not more so thai of the other extreme, where some unscrupulous person, without capital or credit, enters into a blind and unreasonable struggle for trade, and advertises to sell at cost, or less, in order to get another's customers. The first is EXTORTION, the last Is FOLLY. It is a self-evident proposition that no business can long survive where goods are sold for what they cost. But there are times when certain goods must be got rid of, even if they are sold below cost; the season for them may be drawing to a close, or t...
SQUIRE VS. CHAMBERLIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
SQUIRE VS. CHAMBERLIN. The Widow of the Late Volney R. Chamberlin Applies to be Appointed Administratrix of His Estate.—Mr. John P. Sciuire Objects. A hearing was lia 1 last Mimilay, at the Probate Court, in East Cambridge, before Judge llrooks, on the petition of Luoia W. Cliambcrlin to be appointed alininistratrix of her husband's estate, The srant5 rant in:: of tlie petition was opposed by ohn I*. Squire, who was represented by General Butler ami J. P. Wyman. Jr. Edward Avery appeared for the petitioner. General butler staled that the opposition to the petition was based on the fact that the laic Volney It. Oamhcrlin had concealed a portion of the assets of his estate from his assignee In insolvency, and, after the insolvency, hail disposed of th" assets thus concealed, and had refused to surrender tho proceeds, or disclose anything concerning them, although the assignee had brought process to compel him to do so. General Builer argued that there could be no properly, which could...
Another Jeweller. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Another Jeweller. Mr. S. C. Ayres, a practical watchmaker and Jeweller, has hired part of a .tore at 002 Harvard street, where he Intends to carry on the business of putting in order nil mirts of clocks, watches, •ye-glasses and everything else that comes within hi. line. Mr. Ayre. I. an excellent workman, and ha. bean ƒ— business for himself In Newton for the past six years.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Builders will ilnd It to their Interest to attend the auction sale of the Dlmlck estate on Line and Beacon street, near Cambridge .troet, Saturday afternoon, May 2S, at 3 o'clock. The mansion house and several choice building lot. will be .old without reserve. . — Last weok we spoke of the universal use of loe. The next thing to pure ice I. a good refrlgerntor In which to keepit. Lee L. Powers seli. ail sort, and sixes, ranging In price from three dollars up. Be sure and attend the auction .ale of the DimIck estato on Line and Beacon streel. near Cam. bridge street, Saturday afternoon, May 28, at 3 o'clock.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
HARVARD SQUARE. Ul Ul WILUEHj HARVARD SQUARE. ♦♦ Men's, Women's and Children's BOOTS and SHIOE3S IN BPRING AND SUMMER STYLES AND SHAPES. • ♦♦ — LAWN TENNIS AND BICYCLE SHOES, SHOES FOR VACATION WEAR. ,—♦♦- ~ The best selection and largest assortment of desirable goods ever offered to the Cambridge trade. MEN'S: Men's Laced Boots, hand and machine sewed, in large variety of styles. My $3-oo Shoe is the most durable in the market. My $2.50 Shoe is reliable and is a favorite. Men's Railroad Shoes, one of the best makes. These shoes are favorites in Cambridge. Yfcung Men's Shoes, in Lace, Congress and Bu ton. Stylish and serviceable. None better. WOMEN'S : Ladies' Genuine Dongola Boots. A new line of "Day Machine" make, equal in comfort and service to hand-made goods, for less price. I continue to sell the same lines of Dongola Boots as have been so popular heretofore. NOW IS THE TIME I WISH TO SELL THESE COODS. ♦»• O. ID. "W"l_j_)_]~i, 7 Harvard Square. CUSTOM WORK AND REPAIRING WELL D...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Oxford and Newport Ties, in Black, Wine and Maroon. These goods are new, seasonable and "all right." $2.00 Ladies' Goat Oxford Shoes. Stylish, durable and well-fitting. I continue to keep in stock the genuine Dongola Shoes in Oxford and French ties and button. -Ladies' Golden Tan Kid Boots. Rapidly becoming popular and taking the place of French Kid. CHILDREN'S. Boys' School Shoes, made especially for hard ware. A full line of Boy's Tennis Shoes. A large assortment of Children's Shoes, from 75 cents to $2.00 per pair. A good variety of School Shoes for Girls, both with and without heels, differing in price from $1.25 to $3.00. UNDERTAKERS. MARSH A I, UNO, Hendernnn'. Itlock, »»» North Avenue, North Cambridge. Mr. Lone. Re.lilenca, 10 Rice St. EMBALMERS. johYwTclvehi^ UNDERTAKER AUCTIONEER * REAL ESTATE AfIENT. Sale, of Real Estate or Per.on.l Property by Auction or I'rlvaleSale. Mortgage, Neg.illate.l. 101 Cambridge Direct, Kaat Cambridge A- Corner of Slath streel.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
BY S. B. KNIGHTS * CO. Sale of Valuable and Desirable Lot of Land on Inman, opposite Austin, near Main St., Cambridgeport,land the famous "Willow Tree Lot" on Harvard St., Cambridgeport. TRUSTEES SALE. Will be sold by public auction, on ibe respective premises, the Willow Tree Lot at 4 o'clock P.M.; tbe Inman nireet Lot at 5 o'clock P. M. Tbe "Willow 'Pree Lot" baa a front on Harvard ■treet of about ISO feet, on Hastings street about 200, on Passageway about 200. on B. &amp; A. li. It. about 200 feet, having an area of about 14,000 square feet. This la a very desirable lot for the erection of a im.nufuctur.ng building, being near tbe railroad and having light aud air on f.ou r side*; or for the erection of moderate*priced tenements. Terms very liberal. 9200 to be paid In cash at time and ptßce of Mile. The lot ou Inman, opposite Austin street, baa a front on Austin street of about 225 feet, with depth of about 200, having an area of about 15.000 square feet. This Is undoubte...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Yerxu * Yerxm. Meters. Yerxa A Yerxa, 621 Main street, success. ore ol WeatoD W. Walker, own three stores tn Cambridge and Boston, besides being connected with one of the largest wholesale bustnespes In New England. They are ihus In position to furnish groceries to the consumer at a clofe margin. None bat the best goods will be offered and the prices quoted for the standard brands of flour Indicate that the prices will be low. Parties seeking a first-class f.iniil y residence with ample grounds, carriage house, stables, etc, etc., should be sure ami attend the auction rale of the Dlmick estate on Line and Bearon streets, Saturday afternoon, May 28, at 3 o'clock. Babies dorlve great comfort and health from riding In the open air these balmy days. If you havou't a nice carriage in which to give the baby a ride, go and buy rue &lt; f Lee Power* when you save money euough. They cost from ulue dollar., upwards. REDUCING STOCK. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TW...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
RED CEDAR POBTB AND POLEB, CYPREBB SQUARE POBTB, 'OREGON PINE 6UTTERB, The Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THE SAMK PRICE SAWED WHITE &lt; EDA.It, MAKKB TIIKMOST DIJUBLK AND LOWEST PKICKD BUINGLE KNOWN. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. All of the above goods ran he found only wilh as. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. WILLIAM 11. WOOD &amp; CO., Broadway and Third Street, - - - Cambridgeport. patent" CARBOLIC PURIFYING POWDER. (Egyptian Discovery Utilized.) IT IS'THE BEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN. It Is More Pleasant and Effective than Chloride of Lime. It Prevents Contagious Diseases. Tbfß Powder consists of a number of well-known good to sprinkle on all kind, of offal—ln faot, In Sanitary Agents, chemically combined with Car- every Pisco where bad odors exl.t. .„.,..,.,. ' , , . „. .. A little, mixed with any fertilizer In ft hill o( boltc Acid, which has been recommended by Phy.l potatoes, will save them...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, May 22. Appleton Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Rev. Phillips Brooks, D. D. Monday. Harvard Natural History Society. "Common Worms." Dr. Charles 8. Mi not, of the Harvard Medical School— Lawrence Scientific School Building 4, 7.30 P. M. Greek readings. "The Frogs of Aristophanes" (continued). Pi of. Goodwin—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. American Economic and Historical Associations. Joint session—Sanders Theatre, 3 P. M. College facultyMeeting at University 5, 3.30 P. M. |Vi Wednesday. Last day of receiving applications for the Harris and .Rogers fellowships, for college scholarships, and for aid from the beneficiary fund. Divinity School Chapel. Debate, 4P. M. Forensic lecture. Prof. Royce—Sever 11, 4 P. M. Harvard Classical.Club. Illustrated lecture. "Petra and the Siualtic Peninsula." E. S. Philbrick, Esq., and Prof. J. B. Greenough— Upper Boylston, 7.30 P. M. Harvard Natural History Society. "Sponges." Prof. Alpheus Hyatt, of the Massachusetts Institute...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Harvard plays at Princeton thil afternoon. On Thursday Harvard defeated Cornell at base-ball by a 9core of 0 to 5. The Pittsbutgs played their first game iv the amateur series Thursday morning, and were defeated by Ihe Crimsons by a score of 21 to 5. The Harvard freshmen showed Wednesday that they couldn't play the game of base-ball. The Yale freshman-varsity aggregation came up to Cambridge and frightened then) out of the game, Sabine, the Harvard pitcher, lost the game for Harvard by pitching wild for tho first of the game, and then giving easy balls in the eighth inning. In the eighth he was safely bit live times for eight totals. A more demoralized - crowd than the Harvard freshmen has not often shown itself on Harvard ground. Tbe .core was 10 to 7. Sanders Theatre was filled to its full seating capacity on Wednesday evening during the Glee Club and Pierian concert. The concert opened with a march by the Pierian Sodality, and other notable features were Mr. Swarts's solo, "Hutte...
UNFINISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
UNFINISHED. [It Is stilted that P. 11. Poller, a yiuing English aitist of ureal promise, one nf whose |rlolures no* occupies a prominent place iv the Grosveuor Galleiy, has just died of aotual starvation.] "How dim (ho light! my picture fades; The sun sinks iv the sea; The eye of swarthy Jewish maids No longer smile at nie— My brusli with color rich I fill, O fur one hour of light! Had I the strength to match my will, I'd finish it tonight. "Just for one hour I My Miriam stand., Imperial, queen o r queensl But hunger holds my helpless bands, Grim death iiunil me leans; Unfinished! all my bast Is here, And all my Inst is vain— 0 but to touch my mm Inn's hand! To hear her volOB agsln! "Ili-rn was a day—ah! hope doth crown Mole royally ihaii hit gs— 1 left my lumber's gat-l-n gate, Anl nil life's meaner things; .1 read my future In tin* stars, laughed at my tow estate; — I'd give my life to stand again Within that garden gate! "O farm-! you mocked me to my face, Your smiles were .Iren ...
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. It bas been a case this year of "winter ! lingering In Ihe lap of spring," in Europe, whatever it may have been on the other side of tbe Atlantic; tbe Ice on our window-panes was thick enough to cut ƒ— the early morning only a little while ago In tbe neighborhood of Paris, while the ground was covered with such a heavy white frost that we mistook it for snow. Iv England, April has been extremely cold, the thermometer going down to 32 degrees almost every night up to the very last day, and the ponds skimming over, while the fruit blossoms have been nipped from the trees. But for all that, May Is really here and the exhibitions of the Salon and Royal Academy are open aud the season has begun. Soon the correspondents of the American newspapers in Paris and London will be sending home detailed accounts of all tlie pictures worth describing and many that are not. Meanwhile, I will just mention a few that may be of interest in the...