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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
By 8. B. KNIGHTS st CO., AUCTIONEERS, Office., ISA Washing-ion Street, lio.ton, and S98 1 /, SI .In Street, Cambridgeport. SALE OF LOT OF LAND Oorner of Putnam Avenue and Flagg Street, Cambridge. Will be sold by public auction Monday, Jane 6th. at 6 o'clock P. M., on tbe premises. The lot has a front of about BO feet on Putnam avenue, about ]00 on Flagg street, about 80 on Walker court. Will be sold [in one parcel or divided into three lots, as may be desired at time of sale. If sold In one parcel, |3(&gt;o to be paid In cash at time and place of sale; if divided, $100 to be paid on each lot. To see plans and for further particulars apply to J. Murray Howe, No. 6 Court street, Boston, or to auctioneers. Plain and Ornamental LPJLASTERIJSTG, Whitening, Coloring; and Whitewashing;. WILLIAM J. HERON, No. 610 MAIN STRKF.T, basement Holmes's Qrooery Store. S £F" Jobbing of every description executed li: the neatest manner. 80ULE, DILLINGHAM &amp; CO., Pavers and Contractor...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, JEELk. Drapery Materials, jjjfJMim Window Shades, etc. R|l pn. of th. largest collections of tbe above good, c.n found at our new aud elegant .tore, where .very eonfmr- Tl,nlo " c e (or the selection of go.Mls Is offend. L- ioOs&lt;&gt;C\ B P ,C '* l .t'.ntion glvsn to the furnishing of I'rlv.te R.strfflr&gt;» atslimate* given If desired, and competent men sent to J|||| jnnnnr' |R|: lowest cash prices. Siffl Boston Wall Paper Co., - WM. A. CORSE, Manager, 20 SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF GOODS" Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to oatch the public. A long experience iv business proves to us that tlrm-clsss goods pay both tbe dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING BTOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETS Ib now complete, and we are offering FlttST-CLASS GOODS, of the leading mauufacturera. al prices lower than ever before. A choice (.took »&gt;f Parlor, Library, Chamber a...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
J. WARREN WHITE, MASON A BUILDER, 14*. BHOADWAT, Caiiibrldtreport, Mau. All kinds ot Jobbing promptly attended to. JAMES FOQERTY," ~^~ ARCHITECT, No. 603 Main Street, OAMBBIDQEPORT, - - MASS Residence, 89 Chestnut Street. W. B. HASTINGS &amp; CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 80 Cambr.djj« St., Kast C*&gt;mbrld|r«. 7 Uiohanffl i'lace, Boston. Ofllce Hours, Boston,, to 8 P. M. A. Blaisdkll, (our authorized Agent), 478 Somerville Avenue, Somerville. We are the agents or the HOLTOKK MUTUAL PIKK INSUKANCK CO. of Salem, with tho largest assets of any mutual company in the State. Surplus as regards Policy Holders $0.14,246.04 Dividendson Policies for one year 20 per cent. Dividends on Policies for three years.. .40 per cent. Dividends on Policies for five years 60 per cent. Special attention given to insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, Hums and Commits. Order* hy mall promptly attended to. For the convenience at parties in tbe vicinity, risks taken or any Information concer...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of buildings : 623—Mrs. .Stevens, 176 Harvard street, Ward Two, addition, 22x13; Leauder Greely, builder. 624—Mary A. Hurd, Washington street, Ward Four, block of two bouses, 42»48; Joseph H. Marvin, builder. 625—Bernard Rafferly. Harding street, Ward Two, work-ahop, 15x11; M. Rollins, builder. 620—N. and G. D. Chamberlain, Jay street, Ward Four, wooden dwelling, 32x43. 627—Mrs. It. L. Emerson, between River street and Western avenue, Ward Four, addition, 15x31; J. R. Rhoades, builder. 628—Miss E. Campbell, Forest street, Ward Five, two wooden dwellings, 23x34; James Fogerty, architect; E. J. Cogan, builder. 629—Thurston, Hall A Co., 33 Elm slreet, Ward Two, factory, 51x50; E. J. Packard, builder.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
A Tribune reporter asked Rev. A. E. White of the First Universallst Church what his society Intended to do in view of the necessary widening of Front street to give an approach to the new bridge. He said: "We are not taken by surprise because we have foreseen for some time that Front street wouH sooner or later be widened and our church would then have to go. For that reason our society has been looking around for a suitable I .cation without, however, tsklnj any official action. We are satisfied with our present location, which is perhaps the most prominent one on Main street, or- even In the city, but we recognize what 'he needs of the city demand and we do not intend to make any dlnieulttes. It must, however, lie confessed that there are many members of our society, especially am &gt;ng tlie older people, who are greatly attached to tho present church and who will deeply regret a change I, myßelf, In ray short stay here, have become attached to the church and would also r...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WK ABB PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames B ch p kdVk at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, As these Frames come by rail exclusively. cc C3-EO- "W- Gh-A-LIEJ., 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. J. DELANEY, Succ.saor to AI.HK.ItT ADAMS, Mason A Builder. Plastering;. Cmfmllna;, Whitening. Coloring, Whitewashing, «tn F.rnne.es, Kftnges ana Orates Met. .lor. Work in all Its branches executed With despatch. Office IT Wliillir,.,, Nlreel.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
QUEEN ANNE HOUSES FOR SALE. Two new, very nice, Urst-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 each 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. BURNHAH, 623 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. DESIRABLE REAL ESTATE. A few more Tory desirable Building Lots still fur sale on Gartteld aud Martin Streets, Cambridge. No More Healthy or Pleasant Location Gan be Found in Cambridge. Tbe land in offered at fair prices and on reasonable terms. CHARLES W. MORRIS, JR., Real Estate and Mortgages. 17 Milk Street, Boston. North Cambridge Real Estate Agency. Established IH7S. FOR SALE. On Arlington Street, Cambridge, near North Avenue, steam and horse-car*, a square House of 10 rooms, with ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes. Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Oo to tb. NEW STORE on 80.1.t0n St., near Ran anl liq , ist oleiied bj W. J. EDWARDS. You will find . large and varied assortment Ju*t received from. : me of tb. flrst Hour.. In Roeton, of Wall Paper*. Borders, Frlose*. Picture Mouldings. Ready Mixed Palms, V.rutshes of .11 kind., Linseed snil other Oils, Turpentine, ,lap -us. Stains, Polishes, Colors Ground lv Oil, Colors Ground In Japan, Dry Colors, Paint, Varnish, whitewash, and all kind, of brushes. K.lson. Finish, wind w Glass, Putty. A full line of wins r St Newton's Tube Colors In Oil ana Water, Color. In Cakes, Canvas and Stretcher., Artist.' Brushes, Pl.oques, Hlocks, Etchings and other Papers. Do not forget to call. W.J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. \ ,jft~~ CARL A. CORLIN J !°"# All Kinds of Roofing, J&amp; "ttKA KjV And Guarantees Hntl...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
KELLIE ft OROZIER, "^J PAINTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport ])ROP HI A POSTAL. E. L. PERRY, House Painting. PAPER HANGING an-' FRESCOING, S Sararant Nt., North Cambridge. Can refer tosomeof lb. t.est people la Ward 8, for whom I h.ve worked. J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop— 187V4 North An. Ra.id.no.—4 Whit. Street. Tbe Besc (Work, don. under my OV. aupervlslon In .very cm.. JUO. 0. OANFORTH, Hon.. PAINTING, Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsominlng, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. S Palmer St., Cambridge. pORREST &amp; PRINCE, L Painting, GRAINING and GLAZING. Kalsominlng, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. HfOrdt-rs for jut)binu of all kiuds sent by mail or left at the shop will be promptly attended to. and neatly done. JOHN M. FORREST JAMKS A. PRINCE. ALFRED D. MAGCANN, FRESCOER, Interior Hardwood Polisher, orricß, R.SIDIHCK, SS Chapman Place, I 110 Ilampslilre Street, Boston. (Room 6.) | Cambrldg.port, M...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Harvard Colony No. 60, U. O. P. F., Initiated one member Tuesday evening. Seven applications were received' at the last meeting of J. Howard Payne Council, Home Circle. A visit by Canton Cambridge No. 2, P. M., to East Weymouth at an early date, is among the probabilities. The expenses of tbe annual session of the X. of H., recently held, were $13,000, or $1000 less than last year. General Putnam Colony No. 79, U. O. P. F., is arranging for quite an elaborate entertainment for the meeting next Friday evening. "Tbe Love of a Bonnet" was presented by the ladies of J. Howard Payne Council, Home Circle, at its meeting Wednesday evening. Cambridge Truo Blues No. 17, Loyal Orange Lodge, are to give an entertainment at St. Goorge'S Hall, 603 Main street, Thursday evening, June 2. Friendship Lodge, I. O. O. F., worked the second degree Monday evening before a large number of visitors, who came over from Cambridge Lodge. Tbe Iron Hall delegates arrived at Columbus, O...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
The Temperance Orders. Royal Arch Lodge No. 17, I. O. G. T., is arranging for an excellent entertainment to take place on tho evening of June 15. The secretary of Memorial Lodge would do well to cortespond with parties living at No. 7 Teele street, Arlington, as they desire lo join that lodge. Brother Robert F. McConaghey, P. W. P of Minerva Division, has been appointed D. G. W. P. of Caledonia Division No. 00 of Boston. He paid his first official visit on Saturday evening last, and was accompanied by a large delegation of the members of the order in Cambridge. Minerva Division No. 51, S. of T., will bold a strawberry festival and musical and literary entertainment In tbe Knights of Honor Hall, 555 Main street, on Friday evening, Juno 10. A competent committee has the affair in charge, who will leave no stone unturned to make the affair enjoyable to those who attend. Unity Temple No. 10, I. O. G. T., received a visitation from St. John's Temple of Cbarlestown, Unity Social Temple No...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Mrs. 11. A. Allen, president of Relief Corps No. 2. gave a birthday party to her son, Gannet X. Allen, last evening, at her home, 13 State street, It being the occasion of liia thirteenth birthday. The Massachusetts Guard will hold an Informal shoot at the range, Monday, aft"r the parade is dismissed. It will probably consist of a match between teams representing the officers and privates. The Cily Guard Privates Rifle Team have challenged Companies D, 11, I and X of the Eighth Regiment and have received favorable responses from Companies II and X of Salem, though no dates have been set. The First Brigade Signal Corps, Lieutenant Charles 11. Cutler commanding, will leave for South Krauiiiighatn Sunday evening, June 5. The annual fiel 1 day Is Monday, June 0, and the. remainder of the week will bo devoted to the First Brigade muster. The First Brigade, of which our own Massachusetts Guard is a component part, will encamp at South Framliighani, June 7 to...
Eighth Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Eighth Anniversary. The Charles Beck Woman's Relief Corps No. 2 celebrated Its eighth aniiivers.iy, Wednesday evening, hy a select entertainment and collation, at Its hall In Qulncy square. Mrs. H. A. Allen, president of the corps, occupied tbe chair. Tbe exercises were opened with a piano solo by Hiss Wheeler, followed by remarks by the department president, Mrs. Parker of Brockton. A finely executed drUI by eight young ladles In costume was next In order, and was received with round after round of applause. The president bad prepared a genuine surprise for the members of Post 56 in tbe shape of an elegant white silk banner with the State coat of arms handsomely painted in the centre, which, tn behalf of the relief corps, she proceeded to present to the post in a few well-chosen words. Commander Howe responded feelingly for the post, thanking the corps for the magnificent gift, which, he assured iliem, was a total surprise, not only to himself but to the entire post. Mr. Ashenden t...
An Interesting Occasion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
An Interesting Occasion. It was a large gathering of the representative men of this city that met at John A. Logan Post Hall, Thursday evening, to witness Ihe presentation to that post of a complete stand of colors, tbe gift of tbe citizens of Cambridge. The moeling was called to order by Commander John D. Billings, who In a few fitting words Introduced Ilia Honor Mayor Russell, who proceeded to present to the post the gift of the citizens, which consisted of a handsome silk Stars and Stripes, a pair of blue silk markers, and a white Hag, with ihe facsimile of General Logan's corps badges painted in the centre. The mayor, during Ills remaiks, paid a glowing tribute to the memory of Gen. Logan, to whom he attributed every quality of manly, Courageous and honorable dealing with men, and congratulated Post 186 on its groat privilege of inarching under a flag which hears the name of so noble a soldier ami a citizen with such love of country. Commander Billings rjccived each emblem separ...
Quaker City Visitors. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Quaker City Visitors. On Friday morning a delegation of thirtyfive members of the Philadelphia City Government, accompanied by Governor Ames, members of the Meigs Klevaled Railway Co., reception committees from Boston anil Cambridge city [governments, railroad commissioners and members of the legislature, paid a visit to the Melga Klevaled Hallway Company's works at East Cambridge. The Philadelphia contingent arrived In lloston at 0.30, and were breakfasted al the Revere House. They were then driven to East Cambridge. The railroad was thoroughly Inspected and examined, and Captain Meigs explained Its construction In detail. A ride was taken In the train and a lecture given by Caplaln Meigs in the attic of the company's building. At noon a collation waa served In the carpenter shop, following which Die gnosis were driven around Cambridge, visiting the colleges, Memorial Hall, Fresh Pond aud other points of Interest, During tlie presence of the party ill Cambridge they were the guests...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Cambridge people who take Lbe cars ut Bftwdofo nquare are enjoying the Kevere House ladles' cafe, which Is one Of the ploasumteut am! best served In Boston, hihl, holng so n ur the oatf, a great convenience t&lt;» shoppers from ihat section. Be sure and attend the auction mle of the IMmlek estate on Line and Bencon street! near (Jam' bridge slreet, Saturday afternoon, May 80, Ht 8 o'clock. Iloußekeepernl Try Savena once for cleaning
In the Open. Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
In the Open. Base-Ball Notes. The Actives of this city will play the Prescotts of Roxbury on the Broadway gronnds, at tbe corner of Prescott street, Memorial day, at 3 P. M. Tbe Cambridge Y. M\ C. A. team will play the Harris Base-Ball Club on tbe Star grounds this afternoon at 3 o'clock. Manager Robertson Is endeavoring to arrange a game for Memorial day on the common. The batteries in the Harvard-Princeton games this afternoon and Mond.y will be Campbell and Boyden for Harvard and Mercer and Brownlee for Princeton. Catcher Henshaw of the Harvard s has not been aid • to handle a ball since his Injury at Princeton. tho Oxford Base-Ball Club of North Cambridge Is made up of Ihe following players: W. Greaves, c; C. Brainerd, p.; J. Hilton, s. s.; G. Lad.l, lb; E. Rosters, 2b; B. Thayer, 3b; E. Brown, r. f.; S. Nutter, c. f.; C. Greaves, I.f. Tbe club has open dates after May 30 and would like to hear from uniformed teams. Tbe average ago of the members Is eighteen. The Cambridge Y. M....
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Cycling Notes. Harry Getehell of the Cambridge club will compete In the amateur threc-inilc handicap and two-mile open race, which takes jilace on the Lynn track, Memorial day. Barring accidents, Harry is a sure winner In the two-mile open, and has a fighllng chance in the handicap race. He has trained faithfully this spring and deserves a front place. Tlie twenty-five mile road race which Is to bo run by the Canibrldgeport club, Memorial day, will be started from Ihe River-sireet bridge at 10 o'clock in Ihe forenoon. The course has been changed from the one previously announced and is as follows: Leave the bridge and pass through Allston, Brlghlon, S'ewlon, Waltham, Auburiitlale, Newton Highlands, Newton Centre, Chestnut Hill Reservoir, to the starting point, A collation will he served at the club rooms immediately after the race.
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
On the Water. Mr. Joe Wheelock of Wlnthrop, Mass., held the lucky number at the drawing of the single-scull shell at the Riverside boathouse, last Monday evening. William L. Lockhsrl'B yacht Alice has gone down the river and is now at her moorings In the Inner harbor. She has heen thoroughly overhauled and repainted during the winter and looks line in her new dress. Rev. W. 11. Thomas, of ibis city, chaplain of the Atlantic Yacht Club, has received an Invitation to be on Roger Maxwell's new yacht .Shamrock, which has been built to contest the Thistle on its trial trip. On account of Memorial day lie will be unable to be present.