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Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Overseers of the Poor. The regular monthly meeting was held Tuesday in the Central-square building, Mayor Russell and Mr. Walker being absent. The petitions of Robert W. Davis and of William A. Hamilton, asking for the pardon of their sons, iru ints, were laid on tlie table. The question of an ambulance was referred tn a special committee. The bills approved amounted to $3810.53, embracing $531.35 for outside aid, $1748.4:1 for tlio almshouse, $257 for the farm and ledge, and $1270 for offal. Tho expenses from December 1,1886, to May 1, 1887, have, been $27,70.5.7(1, or $2,321.27 less than fur tlie same period last year. The receipts have been $0,002.47, or •1,008.88 less than last year.

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The Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

The Public Schools. The grail nates of the Latin school began Intake their cxamlnal ions for admission to the Boston University ou Thursday., What Is to be done with the Latin school, or else what is to be done nil It the scholars',' Principal Bradbury informs us thai, there will undoubtedly be over 80 incoming pupils next fall, which will make the total number of scholars In the school about 225. Notwithstanding an ahlillon is to be built to the school-home this summer, the building will be crowded worse next, fall than It is now. The growth of this school fir exceeds all calculations.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Ladles from (Jainlirlila-e, when shopping lv Huston, can now have their paokagea sent to lII* Revere House la II"*' i-afu (.iiitrauoe ou Iliilllnoh street), willed tliey will rti.it very c niveiileiit, as many Boston houses do no-, deliver goods outstds the city.

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Cambridge. A daughter has been received into the family of Mr. James C. Scorgio of Mt. Auburn. Mr. John Wilson and his son, Mr. Horace M. Wilson, have been spending a few days lv New York and Philadelphia. Last Sunday a missionary concert was given at the Mount Auburn Chapel under Ihe direction of Mr. Roberts of North Cambridge. Miss Lysle S. Haines of Townsend Harbor, and formerly of the Belmont district, is spending a few days with her friends iv Cambridge. Mr. Frank Hayden returned Monday from Washington, D. C, where be has been spending a few days with Mr. A. S. Christie of the U. S. Coast Survey. The police appeared out In light helmets and new blouses ou Memorial day. The cumbersome outside belt and "bllley" has also been discarded for the summer. Miss Emma L. Taylor of Harvard street left Tuesday night for New York, whence she sails Thursday for a three monthi' trip abroad, visiting Scotland, England, France and Germany. Mrs. Albeit Coleman of Wrentham (pleasantly remembered ...

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The Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

The Band Concerts. Tlie 'subscriptions for a series of band concerts in Old Cambridge Common have progressed finely during the week under the active promotion of City Messenger Pratt, Mr. W. H. Eveloth, and Councilman Ivers. Half tho needed amount has been subscribed, and the reniaiuder should be sent In before the close of next week. Contributions in any amount—the larger the better —will be received by either of tbe gentlemen named a' ove. The following subscriptions have been received since last Friday: Previously acknowledged 9120.00 Charles W. Henderson 10.00 John Wilson & Sun 10.00 den. X. w. Hinoks 10.00 .lames A. Woolaon 10.00 Edwin Ilreaser 10.00 t.'urtls Davis & Co 10.00 Edmund Keardon 10.00 Charle* C. Read 10.00 Dr. E. X. Cogswell 10.00 Ktchardsnn & Uncoil 10.00 George Close 5,00 Charles .1. Mclntlre 8.00 Miss S. 11. Cary 8.00 l'rof. X. S. Shaler 10.00 F.C.F 20.00 A friend 80.00 George A. Wooil 5.00 Prol. C. L. Bmlth..; 8.00 A friend 5....

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Eastern Convocation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Eastern Convocation. T)n Monday and Tuesday, at Christ Church, was held the two hundred and twenty-fourth meeting of the Eastern Convocation. Thirty-three clergy were present, and on Tuesday the English Lord Bishop of Jamaica was in attendance. The exercises commenced on Monday at 4.45 P. M., with prayer, followed by a business meeting in the chapel, tea at the rectory, and at 7.30 o'clock ihe following addresses were made, on the subject, "The Church to be Aggressive:" "Against Unbelief," by Rev. W. L. Robbins, rector of the Church of the Redeemer, Lexington; "Againstlndifference," by Rev. Georgo Alexander Strong, assistant minister of St. Paul's Church, Boston; "Against Worldliness," by Rev. A. C. A. Hall of the Mission Church of St. John Evangelist, Boston. On Tuesday morning there was celebration of communion at 7.110 o'clock, a business meeting at 11.30 o'clock, a sermon by Rev. Charles Arey, D. D., of St. Peter's Church, Salem. After the exegesis, the essay, "Church Services —...

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North Cambridge. The Death of Thomas E. Jameson. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

North Cambridge. The Death of Thomas E. Jameson. The wife of the late B. F. Bridden is seriously 111 at her home on Locke street with diphtheria. Miss Mabel E. Cutler, formerly of this city, has been engaged as soprano soloist in one of the Woburn churches, Mr. C. W. Kingsley was elected vice president of the Baptist Association at the convention at Minneapolis this week. At tli" North-avenue Universalist praise meeting tomorrow evening tlie subject will be, "What reasons have we for praising God?" Mr. Jonas C. Wellington was taken suddenly ill last Saturday night with a paralytic attack, but ut last accounts was rapidly improving., "f^"" .The Universalist Sunday School will hold Its annual picnic on June 17th, at Spot ,Pp.nfl,BtoaaJi*ui**M.T|ie .school will be cqhv*?y.VTto which' will start from iliechiirch," On Wednesday, Mr. Edward I). West of Worcester and Miss Emma L. Reed were married at tlie residence of tlie bride's father, Mr. KnOsW. Reed, 33 Iliirlbitt street, by Rev. W. S...

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Cambridgeport. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Cambridgeport. Hon. 11. O. Houghton and wife have gone to Chicago. Dr. William Howe will return this week after a tour through the West and the South. Rev. Albert Dnnnell of Haverhill will preach tomorrow at the Wood Memorial Church. Rev. M. 11. A. Evans preached last Sunday morning and afternoon at the Grace M. E. Church. The monthly business meeting of tbe First Universalist Church was held on Thursday evening. Four members of the Sunday School of the Broadway Baptist Church were baptized last Sunday evening. The Sunday School of the Harvard-street Methodist Church will have a picnic today at Lily Point Grove, Wallham. Sunday, June 12, will be observed at the Harvard-street M. E. Church as children's day, by a Sunday School concert. Letters have been received from Rev. W. C. Richmond from Queenstown, announcing his safe arrival and perfect health. Thursday evening at tho Charles-river Baptist Church there was a dairy-maids' festival, which was very successful iv all respects. Mr. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, IHarvard Square. Cambridge* REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBIUOOK PBOPXRTY OM.T. MO BOSTON OFFICK. Hay* your propartv pl*e*d on my list Immediately, at lam in a potition to tkmc and direct patro-* to any piace in the city. Bulldlns; Lot* for sale In the mo*t d**lr*>ble loa-atlon*. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF TOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, [CONSULT AT OHCS Drs. Emery & Chapman, City Opticians, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Ana proour* a pair of tbelr PERFECT-FITTING SPECTACLES and EY/B-Ub VSSK.I of| the tine. French. German »nd American manufacture, at price* wlthla the reach of all. The Eje Eiamlned Free. Saltr'actlon Guaranteed. Lenses Re««t and Olassaa Repaired.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Importer!, Wholesalers and Retailers. H.A.Hartjey&Co. CARPETS Draperies & Shades. LOWELL Carpet", t> 1. / 5 Worth 92.38 A special collection of low-priced Carpet* for your eouQtry or seaside home. I nilfCl I Brussels o*l fin par Yard. LUTVCLL C*rpets, \> I.UU Worth •1.88 ROaBURY 'carpeU, /5 "' Worth 91.00 TADCCTDV '•■ uMels A CC. per Yar.l. IMTCO I 111 Carpets, *TU " Worth 75c. JOINTLEBB BTRAW MATTINGS. We have received a very choice lot of fancy col. on and very fine quality, the best we ever had, and ■hall not he able to duplicate them this season. Our prices areas follows: 15 cts. per yard Worth 2*5 ots. SI cts. per yard Worth 37% cts. 31 cts. per yard Worlh Wets. Tbe above Straw Mattings are of Special Value. I niliri I ExtrA GCC per Yard. LUlf ELL Super, DO ■• Worth $1.00 ALL-WOOL 0 "-" BB&^t&SV PflTTflU » nd WOOI,, n re. par Yarn. UU II OH Carpetß, OO" Worth 050. IL A. Hartley & Co., 95 to 105 Wa...

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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

East Cambridge. A most successful concert was given at the Universalist Church on Wednesday, consisting of reading, solos, duels, trios and i|iiartettes by tho following artists: Miss Carrie I. Burton, soprano; Miss LizzloOl. Hopkins, mezzo soprano; Mr. Edward Hibbard N'oyes, pianist; Miss .Minnie Marshall, reader, and ,thn Philedian Glee Club of Boston. Surveyor Coveney underwent a surgical operation, on Thursday of last week, at his home, tor relief from llie effects of a wound iv the left shoulder received at the battle of Spottsylvanla Court House, twenty-three years ago. The wound had never healed thoroughly, and had occasioned Colonel Coveney much discomfort. He hail recovered sufficiently from the effects nf the operation to be able to resume lus duties on Tuesday. Handsome decorations for class-day occasions, lawn parties, etc., supplied by Lee 1,. Powers, Boylston atreet. Camp ehalrs and furniture loaned at reasonable prloes for receptions by I.e. L. Powers, Boylston street...

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At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Hearing on the Orcen Street Tracks.— Minority Report Increasing the Police Pay Adopted.—Much Important Business Tranaacted. At the regular meeting of the aldermen, Wednesday evening, Alderman Ball was Ihe only absentee. The following preamble and resolutions were presented by Alderman Hlncks, who made a vigorous speech in defence of them: Wheraae, A private bill now pending before th* legislature contain, a Motlou by whloh It 1* proposed to repeal a general law of th* Commonwealth, .o far a* thecltlmof Boston -nd Cambridge ar* concerned, and to deprive these cities of the power to alter or revoke tbe location of street railways, either surface or elevated, and, whereas, tbe denial to these two cltle*. 'containing a large proportion of tbe mileage* of atreet railway* within tho State, of the power to exerolse this constitutional anil healthful control of railways on tb* public streets would constitute a gross Injustice to the cities thus discrimin...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

MARRIAGES. WEST—REED—In this city, 1st inst., by W. S. Alexander, D. D. , Edward D. West of Worcester to Emma L , daughter of Mr. Enos W. Reed.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

DEATHS. STEELE—In this city, 26th ult., very suddenly, Mrs. Lucy A. Steele.

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

HARVARD SQUARE Vl Dl WILUCK) HARVARD SQUARE. —♦* Men's, Women's and Children's BOOTS and SHOES IN SPRING 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 $3.00 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. Young 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 GOODS. «-. 7 Harvard Square. CUSTOM WORK AND REPAIRING...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 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 Kidßoots. 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. KoKo Snap prevent* chapping of tha hands. CENTEMERI KID GLOVES. Absolut* perfection, combined with great «con oray In pries. Sold only at No. 1 West Street. Boston, On* ilnor from Washington Htrs.t.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

UNDERTAKERS. M tKSII & LONG, Henderson'* Kloek, iii North Avenue. North Cambridge. Mr. Long. Residence, 10 Rloe St. EMBALMERS. ~~ JOHN W. COVENEY, UNDERTAKEE \ AUCTIONEER A REAL ESTATE AGENT. Sale* of Real KstHle or Personal Property by Auction or Private Sale. Mortgage* Negotiated. 103 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge Corner of Sixth Street. FURNITURE. BRpsSgwKuTnislie(l from TO IwEsJtii our factory direct ■Ejjjjj at a E reat saving WTj niugtraied Oato- } —J logue nailed free. PAINE'S Furniture Co., Art naalfll OT South Side Boston & 45 bAHAL 01., Maine l»pot. -COALAT MARKET RATES. CHAS.C.COBLEM, Wlllarils" Wharf, FOOT IP l VINTON STREET, -:- CAMBRIIKIE, •• NO. HOWARD STREET, -:- ALLSTON. Telephone 7403. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: {Draper Lehigh, •leddo Lehigh, Free Horning. ! Franklin, K " e,,, Fr.e Rnrnlng. CANSEL. j A K^'«! l , c ' h n .) For Open 0r.t... .•Mnn f All Kind...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

f THK EXHIBITION OF MUItKACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST before PILATE WILL OPEN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. ARTISTIC DECIMATING FOB Glass Day Receptions and Spreads* Lawn Parties, and Al! Kindt or fiatherlQf i. CAMP CHAIRS FURNISHED. FURNITURE LOANED. BTUDENTB will flnd a market for their SECOND-HAND FURNISHINGS. LEE I*. POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON STREET, HARVARD SQUARE. CAMBRIDGE. RED CEDAR POBTB AND POLEB, CYPRESS SQUARE POBTS, OREGON PINE GUTTERS, The Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THE NAME TRICE SAWED Willi X CEDAR. MAKES THE HOST DURABLE AND LOWEST PRICED BHIKOLE KNOWN. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. All of the above goods can be found only with us. Complete stock or all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. •> WILLIAM H. WOOD & CO., Broadway and Third Street, ... Cambridgeport. Every Man His Own Barber. ■»-■»> THE IMPROVED DIAMOND SAFETY RAZOR The Diamond Safety Razor is a new and most excellent...

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