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Collisions at Sea. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Collisions at Sea. Collision will and must remain the great and really almost ihe one danger which Ihe X .rib Atlantic traveller need fear. He can rarely hope to cross in the usual steam route without experiencing a run of so.tie hundreds of miles through fog, especially oi leaving or-approaching our coast. &amp;o long as the (iulf Stream and the cold Inlying current from the north move iv juxtaposition as lliey do, s i long will the fog lie almost always present upon the border-land dividing them. I low easy it is for a great ship in be sunk wa, shown in the caso of Ihe Oregon. A lilo v from a pigmy schooner not more than one-tenth her size, and a hole wa, opened through her side, which unfortunate circumstances combined lo make fatal, and the great vessel, a triumph of human skill iv bull and machinery, is lying iv a few hours upon ihe bottom of the sea, wilh a million day, of skilled labor, as represented by ship ami cargo, in this moment made valueless Who can overestima...
Europe Seen from the Adirondac [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Europe Seen from the Adirondac "Wot do yew any as lo whether the X null ms 'II win tlieir liberties or not? My husband an' I im i i spit ovr tint in breakfast t'other morning', I-ay, to liiui, say, I, 'John, I'm for the Ropshanii bskass the Turks have held 'em down long onoiigb,' An' so/, lie, 'Sirali, you're bewitched; fie Turk, tiin'l Ii ililen on 'em down, an' never was.' " riimi I showed him in Mitchell's geography thai ih.i Kioshaii, all b 1 longed to the Greek Ohurch, an' axed him if tlial dliln't make 'em all (Ireitk,. He laid in nfja sense it did. I told him one sense wa, eniilT If It waren't noiißiMice. Then I bro't out Marco II izf. trl. In lb. Third Itc-nlcr an' read that 10 him, nn' thai Ihows tin) Qreok, are downtrodden and oppressed by ths Turk,, lip see 1 li.nl ilin deal wood on him, but he Wouldn't OWn It. Hut I'm fur every nation thsl'l strugglln' for It, lltier lea, wherever it la."—rlfflSfiean Magazine.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A CO., _ #^i|Jlj'JlJjajJJJßjj«tg BOSTON, I ' ' E ■ - : - f | j | MAwerACToaaa* a»d laronMi o» J|:j;j;jy;;i;j;;'||_ FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. tt::::::::::::::: :: - Lawn Tennis a Specialty. m;_.:::::: T-X TI\W The NKW CAM ridgk is . rival to 0.. -vgrnv jflanye- celebrateil Peerless, Climax aud champion—Favor j.; j : : \ He* at Harvard and other College, and with leadloj Clubs throughout the Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE &amp; CO, 497-499 Washington St., Boston. WELCH &amp; BENZAQUEN, Wholoiftle hihl Retail PftAlem In Cigars nd Tobacco, No. 666 Main St., (a mukihiiki-oht, Ma... Manufactnr.ir. of the celebrated W. &amp; 11. Clsan. GRANITE MONUMENTS. A few fine Monument., left from our late aootlon, will be .old at greatly re.liin.,l pile... Alio, special work to order will have our prompt and beat attention, WIGHT k SCORGIE, aSS Mt. A ill.urn Street, Cambridge, Mass.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, J&amp;Etfk Drapery Materials, Window Shades, etc. Rii ■. ? B » «' the largest collection, of the above goodt eaa ■7,Tss»l&gt;i!jHHnrl)\ "" ! ou " d , mt our "•» «nd ele.ant store, where ev.ry con■F veni.noe for Ihe selection of noods Is uttered. sifif Or ' tcy^nTVSAl' ,1 SP * i'i*!.".''""'J"" « ,,,n l 0 tl,e 'urul.lilng of Pilvate RmI'TjWV fBrW Estimate. 'ulve.ii If de.lred, aud oompetent men ..nt to J|§]jnnnDf LOWEST cash prices. : .fltJ__The Boston Wall Paper Co., »« X ** WM. A. CORSE, .Manager, 30 SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF HOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately low prices, without any retard to durability, appear to oatch th. publle. A long experience iv biulneu proves to us that flrst-clau good, pay both th. dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB I. now complete, and we are offering FIRST-CLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturer,, a. price, lower than ever before. * ' A oholoe .took of Parl...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
J. WARREN WHITE, MASON _ lilll.l'lli, 242 KKOADWAY, CHiiibririireport, Man. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. JAMES FOGERTY, AECHITECT, No. 603 Main Street, CAMBRID3EPORT HISS Residence, IS Chestnut Street. ~W. B. HASTINGS &amp;CO~ FIRE INSURANCE A6BHQT. HO Cambridge St., K»M Cainbrlrig*?. 7 Kxchange i'lace, Boston. ofl.ro Hot.ru, Boftodd to a V. M, A. Klaisdki.i., (our authorized Agent), 478 Somerville Avfitue, Snmfiville. WiUM.|li.uiLM'ntf..i the HOI.YORK MUTUAL FIKK INSIKANCK GO. of Salem, with iln* largest assets of any miituai rumpariy in the State. Surplus as regards Pulley Holders $531,246.04 Dividend* on Policies tot one year..... .20 per cent. Dividends on Pol tides for ibren yean*...4o per cent. Dividends on Policies for live years 60 per cent. Speelal attention given to iiiriurlng Dwellings, Household Furniture, Hums and Contents. Orders hy mail promptly attended to. For tbe convenience of parties In the vicinity, risks taken or any information concerntug...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of buildings: 610—John Gilmore, Holworthy street, Ward One, block of two houses, 43x42; James Fogerty, architect; E. J. Cogan, builder. ' • 611—C. L. Jones &amp; Co., rear 172 Pearl street, Ward Four, brick factory, 35x57; H. W. Leach, builder. 612—Edward T. Everett, 31 Sacramento street, Ward Five, addition, 18x20; E. W. Archer, builder. 613—Mrs. Samuel Glddings, 116 Thorndike street, Ward Three, addition, 34x17; John Quiu, builder. 614— J. W. Emery, 12 Oxford street, Ward One, one chimney. 615— W. G..and J. W. Coleman, 14 and 16 Brookline street, Wird Four, addition, 30x15; H. A. Christopher, builder. 616—Jeremiah Murray, 22 Harrison street, Ward Two, cellar wall, 10x28; James McCool, builder. 617—Plymouth Savings Bank, corner Walden street and Crescent avenue, Ward Five, cellar wall, 18x16; Sewell &amp; Co., builders. 618—Mr. Short, corner Portland and School st...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
On Main street, opposite Bay street, a handsome residence is being built for Dr. George A. Webber. The architecture is a modification of the Queen Anne style. A view of the front will show as prominent features a tower containing bay windows, a balcony on the first floor, above the basement, which will be reached by a flight of steps. The balcony will extend around the east side to a large double entrance and the exterior on this side will show a bay window, and above It another bay window projecting. The west side is more plain but the windows arc somewhat irregular in position. Tho plan of the interior will be somewhat as follows: In the basement will be the kitchen, laundry, bins, closets, etc. The first floor will contain a large reception hall, extending through from the cast side. In the front of the house will be a parlor and a library antl in the rear a dining-room, office, china closet, back hall, etc. On the second floor there will be four chambers, a dressing-room and a l...
Howard F. Peak. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Howard F. Peak. The roofing of a home Is one of the most essential particulars in building, anil nothing is so l roublesome as a leaky roof. Mr. Howard V. Peak of thi, city ha, made roof laying almost .1 life study, ami is prepared to lay and guarantee a tight roof In gravel, tin or slate. Mr. Peak was horn iv West Yarmouth, Mass., May 17, 1858. He came to Boston when thirteen yearn old and began wok in a tobacco store, where he remained until he was seventeen. After that he went In work for Mr. E. S. Carr of this city, of whom he rerelveil hi, initiation into tlie roofing business. He remained with him four yeais until Mr. Carr retired, when, with the foreman of the business, Mr. J, E. Anderson, he formeil » copartnership. This contin eil until 1882, when Mr. Anderson wont West, since which time Mr. Peak has been alone in the (inn. His lint location wa, nt 41)2 Harvard street, but the premises there were inadequate to accommodate his rapidly growing business, and so ho removed to S...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
When ga. piping la required Mr. 11. J. Noune I. the man to do It. Ha I. thorough, rallabto and reasonable. Ho Is well known ƒ— Cambridge, although he apps.rs as an advertiser In Tin: Trim una today for th. tlr-t time. Ills shop I* In ihs ba.ement at the corner of Holyoke and Harvard Birinve, Harvard ei|ii»r -. ana his reddence at 41 Beacon struct, S imervllla.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABB PBJtPARED TO FURNISH House Frames S oS« at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, As these Frames come by rail exclusively. C3-EO. "W. G-ALB, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. HERBERT W. CLARK, tflariM 1 Gardening, Special attention paid to Preparing Roadbed, for Concretinv, Laying out IJ»wn Tennis Court., Orad Ing, etc, SOU Lake View Avsuss, Ctvmhrlrlr*. Order, respectfully solloitad and sail.faction guaranteed
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
QUEEN ANNE HOUSES FOR SALE. Two new, very nice, first-class Queen Anne Houses, at Old Cambridge, near Harvard Square. Highly finished in natural woods, all modern conveniences, very best plumbing and drainage, electric bells and lighting, high land, southerly exposure, 82 feet frontage eaoh lot. Terms liberal. Also, some VERY FINE OPEN LOTS For sale for first-class houses, on Bates, Raymond and Avon Hill Streets, south side of Cambridge Heights. Apply to E. BURNHAM, 623 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE. A few more very desirable Building Lots still for sale on Garfield and Martin Streets, Cambridge. No More Healthy or Pleasant Location Can be Fonnd in Cambridge. The land la offered at fair prices and on reasonable terms, V CHARLES W. MORRIS, JR., Keal relate and Mortg-aaes. 17 Milk strret, Boston. WANTED. In Cambridge, wltliln a reasonable distance of the college grouuils, A House of Moderate Rent, The owner of wblcb I. willing to make an alteration to .nit te...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Go to the NEW STOKE on Boylston St., near Hanar.l Sq , Ist opei-od by W. J. EDWARDS. You will find a large and varied assortment Just received fromi : me or tbe first House. In Boston, of Wall Paper., Border., Frlese., Picture Mouldings, Beady Mixed Paints, Varnishes ot all kind., I.inseed and other Oil., Turpentine, Jap.n., Stains, Polishes, Color. Ground In Oil, Color. Ground in Japan, Dry Color., Paint, Varnl.h, Whitewash, and all kinds of brushes, Kal.om Finish, Wind' w 01a.., Putty. A full line of Wins r Si Newton's Tube Color. In Oil and Water, Color, ƒ— Cakes, Canvas and Stretchers, Artists' Brushes, Plaeque., llincks, Etching, and other Paper.. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANCER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge... \ ,» CARL A. CORLIH All Ends of Roofing, JS havk a fvQ And Guarantees Satisfaction. J 'Uul KOOf...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER, H «^)PAINTBaS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport __________________ JJHOP ME A POSTAL. E. I_. PERRY, House Painting. PAPER HANGING an-' FRESCOING. 8 Sargent St., North Cambridge. Can refer to some ol the best people In Ward 6, for whom I bawe worked. J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—ls7H North Aye. Ke.ldenoe—4 White Street. Tbe Best I Work done uuder my own supervision lv every case. Q.EO. 0. DANFORTH, House PAINTING, Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsomlning, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. PORREST &amp; PRINCE, * Late with m m % _ _.— w. b. holt, Jr aiiiiing. GRAINING and GLAZING. KalsomiT.ii.jr, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard (Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. for jobbing of all kinds sent by mall or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN H. rOBHKBT JAMES A. PRINCB. ALFRED 0. MACCANN, FRESCOER, Interior Hardwood Polisher, orrioa, iHinmcß, M Chapman Place, IH...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Fifteen societies now meet in Odd Fellows building. Clan Mackintosh, Order of Scottish Clans, met last evening. St. Omer Lodge No. 9, X. of P., will work the third rank next Friday. Franklin Council, Royal Arcanum, Initiated one candidate Tuesday evening. Equity Lodge No. 23, X. and L. of 11., has seven new members to Initiate next Friday. 1 Excelsior Lodge No. 2, Daughters of St. George, initiated one candidate Tuesday evening. Mt. Sinai Lodge, F. and A. M., worked the second degree on five c indidates, Thursday evening. Plymouth Rock Commandery will have its children's meeting on June 15, instead of June 1 as announced. Harvard Lodge No. 1542, G. IT. O. O. F., woiked the initiatory degree on three candidates at lis last meeting. Agassiz Council, R. A., is talking of having an entertainment at its next meeting, wilh possibly a lectur- by Prof. Jewett. .Cambridge Patrlarchio No. 15, Encainp"lflSlrt of tluj G. U. O. O. F., held an interesting drill meeting at...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Mrs. Maniflelrl, wife, of Comrade Maurlcn Msmfleld of Poll 66, died In,' Saturday morning of apoplexy. Funeral n-rvlcei were held at the bou,r, 13 Sheafe street, Bolton, Tuesday. A beautiful bouquet of flowers was contributed by the post. Captain Benjamin, Company L, Maiden Bines, resigned Mouday evening. The Massachusetts Guard has an excellent mortar squad drilling. They are doing good work. The annual field day of the Fifth Reglment will take place on Boston Common next Wednesday. Post 30 mustered one new recruit at its meeting Thursday evening The meeting wss largely attended and very Interesting. Lieutenant Edes, I. X. P., is nut and about, though he has not fully recovered from his recent illness. Sergeant Coye of the City Guard has been detailed as left general guide, and A. X. Henderson as marker, in the Fifth Kegiment. Adjutant Bateman, Fifth Regiment, has reported for duty, thereby relieving Lieutenant French. He is much improved in health. _...
Dinner Sets. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Dinner Sets. Before the summer exodus to the seashore and 0 ai ,t 1 y begins, readers should Inspect tbe decorated dinner sets wntch Messrs. Clark, Adams &amp; Clark, H nt n. are offering at very moderate prices. $9.60 to 913.00 arc the tijurc* quoted f&gt;r th j bean* tilui goods.