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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
For weak lungs, spitting of blood, shortness of breath, consumption, night sweats and all lingering Collgh., Dr. Pierces "Guillen Medical Discovery" is a sovereign remedy. Superior 10 cod liver oil. By druggists. Si.verm Gin da in washing blankets.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
i W £ royal ntvjif jx ill J POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength ami wlolesoinenees. More economical than ihe onllnary kinds, and canuot he "old in compel ition with the milltiturte of low test.Khnrt v eUht alum or phosphate powdere. 86M only in cans. Kuvai. Baking Powder Co., 10*5 Wall St., N. Y. "for sale. Stelnway square grand Piano, T% octave. Four round corner,*, curved legs. Price, $L'2. r &gt;; original cof» #673. Mii-t be sold immediately. Apply 10 J. M. Stonf, :U North Ave., from 2 to 5 o'clock P.M. Tyers &amp; Pond PIANO FORTES. The best. New Styles. Honest Prices. Easy Payments. Old pianos in Exchange. Catalogues and full information mailed free. If desired will call by appointment at homes of those who cannot visit our rooms. IV Kits &amp; POND PIANO CO. 181 Tremont Street, - - - - Boston. Grand, Square and Upright, AND UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER, 178 Tremont St., BoDton, SOLE AGKNT. CAUXA LAVALLEE, Forme...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Hale. Honey the great Cough cure,25c.,500.481 Glenn'. Sulphur Soap licala &amp; beautinos, 2So. (•ermanCornltemovcr nuia corn. cßttnlons Hiir, Hair and Whisker Dye ■ lil.i'k and Brown, 60a. Pike. Toothache Drop, cure In 1 Mlnute.Uo Dean*. Rheumatic Pill, are a sure cure, 60s. Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, (Formerly with Mies D. L. Capenof n.&lt;ston.) 40 Austin Street, Cmmhrldgeport. Mlrts Flitner gives each department of her business her personal attention, and, having had tat** enperir-nee, she cun guirmitfe perfect fitting and first class finish at reasonable prices. MRS. M. JTCOBURN, Shampooing JriL ] '&lt;"T&gt;l ___ _ work done at Hair Wnrk *"" r '"»"»•■ *"»&lt;" ****** •¥■ 1»A *8» teen year.'exptirlence with the beat famille*. 110 Windsor St., Cainbrldjreport. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be mad. a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Str...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
THE CENTRAL GLASS WORKS-LOAN &amp; KELLEY, MAXOrACTDBBBS OB Memorial Windows, Domestic Stained Glass. Orlgln.l Jieilgn, for Window,, Door-Light*, ate. OfBoM, 30 Sudbury Street, Boston. Factory at Me«lr&lt;&gt;rd. UIXIHHB FOR THE TABLE. DE FERRARI &amp; LAGORIO, DEALERS IN FOREIGN JH ' NATIVE THE BEST AND CHOICEST Florida Oranges, Malaga Grapes, New Strawberries, Bananas. 6 Howard Street. Boston. #"■ A T*TT\T"I7""TSsCr ONLY «S.OO PER IMIZKN.-Not Club Picture., but FlratWAOAIS ABM A 0 Cla.. Phot..., and warranted Equal lv Finish and Artist i.- Lighting to any $7.(10 pictures. All our forn.er pilron*, and as many new one* as may patronize us, can depend upon perfect satisfaction and tiollle attention. Rsßpnctfully, A. SI. OBNDKON, 13 Tremont Kow, Boaton, next door to Masßactiuselta Bout and Stioe Storo. * QEO.F.WHITTEMORE, * Dentist. * * 50 Bromfleld Street, * BOSTON. * • The scientific treatment of , teeth to secure their p-.ser- , vation is my specialt...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
$4, White; $5, Colored. This Rocker is manufactured exclusively for us, and guaranteed of the finest stock. r^sSjcllr^Q) 81 to 91 Washington St., cor. Elm, BOSTON, MASS. BANCROFT &amp; DYER, WILL FOB THE NEXT 30 DATS Offer their entire Stock of strictly First-Class FURNITURE Consisting of fult-llne Drawing-Room, Library. Chamber and Dining Koom In all desirable designs, and at mob prices as shall induce all in want to r make solectlms. W« mike no pretence that this Mile is tpjuake room for "Spring Importations." The simple truth is, business lirb oeeu very quiet, and we wish to reduce our stock, and, in order to flu so, are Willing and expect to make large tacrijice. Particular attenti 'ii called to our Draw log-Koom Suits, In full Turkish, and other styles. .Itls admitted by all our competitors that there li no better work made than we carry In stock. Mr. Prlchard, who has been In our employ for mniiy years, bft* charge of our Drnnery department, which is a Bumilfnt guarant...
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Cambridge. Mr. Walter S. Swan Is building a summer house at Hill, N. li. Miss Edna Alger of Sherbrooke, P. Q., is visiting friends in this city. Rev. William Orr has gone to Hot Springs, Arkansas, for a short stay. Mrs. Dr. C. S. Longstreet of Now York Ims been the guest of Mrs. Ole Bull at Elmwood. Mr. John Leggett and Mr. William Russell have gone to Hill, N. H., for a few weeks. Mr. D. H. Thurston and family of Mellen street have gone to their summer cottage at Beachtnont. Mrs. M. Ellery MacKaye Is to spend part of the summer with her numerous friends in Newport. The cantata, "The Fairy Bridal," will be repeated next Thursday evening at Social Union Hall. Large new plate-glass show windows have been put into thesiores of C. D. Wilder and George A. Wood in Harvard square. A delegation from the Watertown Y. M. C. A. has taken regular charge of the evening services at the Mt. Auburn Chapel. The wills of Lucy E. l'aine and Mary Bond were presented for probate before Judge Brooks at E...
Eastern Convocation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Eastern Convocation. On Monday and Tuesday of next week the Eastern Convocation of the Diocese of Massachusetts holds lis two hundred and twenty-fourth meeting in Christ Church, this city. Monday evening, at 7.30, there will bo a series of interesting addresses upon the subject, "The Church to be aggressive"—against unbelief, by Rev. W. L. Hold.ins; against IndiTerence, by Rev. G. A. Strong; against worldliness, by Rev. A. C. A. Hall. Tuesday mornins, at 7.30, there will be celebration of the holy communion; at 10.30, morning prayer, with a sefinoii by Rev. Charles Arey, D. D. At noon, in the chapel, an exegesis will be read by Rev. J. 11. Van Btiren; and an essay by Rev. Edward Osborne, upon "Church Services—what to bave, and when to have them," followed by discussion. The public are corJially invited to all these services and exercises.
Band Concerts on the Common. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Band Concerts on the Common. Our energetic and musical city messenger, Mr. Frank L. Pralt, has issued subscription papers calling on the citizens and business men for contributions to provide for a series of band concerts to be given during the summer on Cambridge Common in Ward One. The Idea is a good one and deserves a hearty response. Besides furnishing enjoyment to an unlimited number of people, the attraction ought to draw considerable business lo Harvard-square stores at least, and thereby reimburse many of the storekeepers for any outlay towaids the subscription. As will be seen by the appended names the idea has already met'with considerable favor and quite a gratifying success. It will take $000 surely to provide a series of concerts by lb.' best bands in tbe Stale, and of course Cambridge wants the best, if anything at all. The petition and signatures are as follows: Believing that a series of band concerts given on the common In Ward One would be . source of Kleasure aud ...
Liquor Raids. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Liquor Raids. Below Will bo found a full list of ihe nil.ls made hy the |M,llee sine May I and the results. Where the won! "nothing" occur. It means that no liquors were found of an intoxicating nature as lar as ordinary Inves Igati. it can discover, lint In all such esses .'ample* w re taken for analysis. Hants which wet" sue sful are designated l.y ll.e word "quantity," moaning that a i|U.'iutity of liquor was obtained: Patrick Crowley, ft, Broadway; two seizures; nothing each time. Job. J. Bptllana, 7.1 .leffer*'.n street; q.iantlty of liquor; tried and eotiviciod and paid line of ST" and costs. Job. H. Moran, 80 Bridge street; two snareli warrants, one for house and one for sh..|&gt;; liquor found in ho house; tried and convlcli'il and J.aid Him. of Sofl and coat*. Ellen MrCarly, Harvey street; nothing. Fred llellglite, HHrvey street; nothing. John Coughlin. .1110 North avenue; nothing. Mortimer D.wney, :t7 Warren street; nothing. Hugh K.lir.-.y, llsioi'shlri' street, dr...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Business has never bsen more lively at tlie popular Btiulto of P.ch Bros, th.n tt is tins spring. Appointments can, however, bo made In ndvanee, ami the most careful attention recelvo.i. Those who call without previous appolntmunt will lie attended lo as promptly as possible. For all, Mr. Tupper has nothing but Ihe best work, and portraits that are iinescolled In this country. Call .t the studio on Main street, near Hack Hall. Mr William 11. Holt, tbe painter, has worked fornearly.il the ll.rv.nl prolesHor* and college people. He has don. th. work required In hi* line at to. observatory for the past Itllsen year*. His motto la to deal honestly hy all and hi, reputation Is entirely In .ccord with that plan. litilld. rs will And It tn their Interest to attend th. auotlon s.l. of th. Dlmlck estate on Line and Iteaei.a streets near Cambridge street, Saturday afternoon. May 88, at .1 o'clock. The m.n.lon house and several choree building lot. will be tote without rsMrv*.
North Cambridge. A Successful Liquor Raid. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
North Cambridge. A Successful Liquor Raid. Mr. C. F. Stratton has been elected secretary of the Boston Seamen. Friend Society The burial contract at the almshouse for next year has been awarded to 11. D. Litchfield. The Congregational Sunday School will hold its annual picnic June 17 at Downer's Landing. The committee on the Universallst picnic is still undecided on the place for holding its annual outing. The Juvenile Temperance Band of this ward is preparing for a public exhibition to be held In June. Mr William 11. Sherman moved to his residence at Devereux Rocks, Marblehead, on Thursday, with his family. i Hews's pottery started up on Wednesday after two weeks of idleness in order to allow a new boiler to be put iv. At the North-avenue Universallst praise meeting tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock, tho subject will bo "Lessons of Whit-Sunday." Rev. C. W. Itiddle has been an active participant In the various anniversary meetings of his denomination in Boston this week. Tbe barn of Tim...
Cambridgeport. Social Bible Class. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Extensive Land Purchases. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Cambridgeport. Social Bible Class. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Extensive Land Purchases. Tomorrow evening ai the Broadway Bap* list Church four persons will be baptized. Last Sunday Rev. X. X. Chandler preached on Ihe "Universality of the Gospel." Miss Gertrude Swaine is lo sing at the evening service of the First. Bsp'tst Church tomorrow. The young people of the Charles-river Church will have it dairy imti.ls' festival on Thursday evening. Mr. Waller I). Hriggs and family have gone to their summer cottage at Clifton Heights, Beach iilutf. The regular monthly meeting of the overseers of the poor will be held al the Central - sijiiiiri' building on Tuesday. On Monday evening the Young People's Social Union of the First Universallst Church gave an entertainment. Mr. George A. Allien has taken for the summer the Wood estate on Adams street, Dorchester, and will remove there early in June. All Ihe Cambridge Universallst clergymen and many laymen were present at the meeting of the Universallst Cl...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge* REAL ESTATE AGENT. ' I,- — CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY OML.T. WO BOSTON OFFICE. ISsrre vow propertT pl.ced on my list lmm«dl«t.ly, at lam in a potUUm to (Sou and direel palnmt l» my place in the city. Hulli11.il; Lot. for *ale In the most desirable locations. HOUBES FOB SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IP YOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT ONCE Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a pair of their PERFECTFITTING SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES ot the Sue. Kench, German and American manufacture, at price, within the reach of all. H„„„, rß d The Eye Examined Free. Satuuaotlon Guaranteed. Lenses Reset and Glasses Repaired. BARGAINS! The undersigned have bought of WESTON W. WALKER the stock, .inures and good will of the store 821 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Already owning three large stores In and about Boston, we are In position to give consumers the benefi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
BRINE AMD NORCROSS, SOCOBMOa. TotJohn Harrington &amp; Co., 17 ft 18 TREMONT ROW, 70 ft 72 TREMONT ST., 660 ft 662 WASHINGTON BT., BOSTON. 861 ELM BT., MANCHESTER. 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 tbe 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 la 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 they are store worn or otherwise d...
East Cambridge. Yerxa & Yerxa. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
East Cambridge. Yerxa &amp; Yerxa. Rev. D. F. Wymin of West Somerville will supply the pulpit of the Second Baptist Church tomorrow afternoon at 8 o'clock. Mr. Silas Buck has bought an Interest In tho coal business of ,1. A. Wellington, the firm name now being Wellington A Buck. A large committee of ladies of the Second Baptist Church is making a thorough house-to-house visitation of this section of the city, hoping thereby lo Increase the attendance of the Sunday School and other services of the church. Rev. Joseph Marsh, for sixty eight years a preacher, died Saturday, at Sandwich, Mass. He was born at Brittle Lane, England, Api il li, 1790, and came to this country in 1821. First locating lv East Cambridge, he entered the New England Glas9 Works, but was afterward employed at Vernon. N. V., Jersey City and Sandwich. His liist sermon was preached as a licentiate at Rotherham circuit in June, 1817, his last at Pocasset In 1884. On Wednesday evening at the grand concert to b...
At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The Brattle-Street Railway Order Passed. — Several Important Hearings. A regulai meeting of the board of aldermen was held.Wednesday evening—all present. A communication was read from the mayor, calling attention to the necessity of Incurring some immediate expenses In regard to the new bridge, and suggesting the appropriation of as much as il is possible to make within the debt limit. The matter was referred to the committee on finance. A Communication was received from George G. Wright, urging a protest against section 8 of the West End bill reported by the legislature; referred to the standing committee On roads and bridges. A communication from Mr. Wright on the subject appears elsewhere. The Cambridge railroad petitioned to be allowed to operate iis road in whole, or in pari, by electricity; referred. The chairman of the high school committee asked for the usual appropriation of ISO to help defray the expenses of Ihe graduating class. J. S. ...
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Important. When visiting New York City, save Baggage Express sud Carriage Hire, and stop at the Graud Union Hotel, opposite (irand Central Depot. * 600 Handsomely Furnished Rooms at 81 and upwards per day. Kuropean plan. Klevators, and all Modern Conveniences. Restaursnt* supplied with the beat. Horse cars, stages and elevated railroads to all depots. You can live better for less money at tlie Grand Union Hotel than any other ilrst-ehaiV hotel in tlie City.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
You can have your carpets thoroughly cleaned, taken up, refitted and laid promptly hy (leorge F, Rleker &amp; Co., LT Brattle street, Cambridge, and til.'t Main street, Cambridgeport. Telephone, 71.1(1. Drivers call for and deliver, rain or shine, all seasons. Tborndlke's delicious root beer and refreshing soda are tho talk of the town. Try a glass when" you are thirsty.