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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Rale's Honey tb* gnat Cough cure.is*. ,soo.at n Glenn'* Sulphur Soap heals It beautlnos, 9So, GermmnCorn Remover kills Cqrn* * Bunion* Hiir. Hair and Whl.k.r Dy»—Black and Brown,(Oo, Pike's Toothache Drop* euro In 1 Minute.Wo Dean* Rheumatic Pilla an a inn con. soe. Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, (Formerly with Mt*s I>. L. Capon of Bolton,) 40 A lint in Street, Cauibrldgeport. Mini Flitner gives MOfa department of her buslne*n her DCmoiial attention, and, having '"*'■ Incite eiperlenct*, »ht> cau guarantee perfect fitting and first-class finish at reasonable prices. MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing JKJMB _-_ _ work done at Hai7> W nrK your house. Pour •***••** ■»»■ *** *» teen years' eipcri. ence with the best ramlilea. 110 Windsor 81., Cnmbrldß-eport. Ladies' Fancy Qoods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. B. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. 11. IU Mr., Succes...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

pe&uty x *Beco.u/-e of it|» t*tm6 edsy>, jw>otf) bltvtie &od genep&U autapt^biUt^, 0 f WCOjtb sßec&ufe ii- i/ tfjlSpffi a.r>6 vi/iU it fe©% tfxe/fW &od will not- /pllt op /liver y? i o oVivio<f v * 2vpe liable i-o do. '& FRE N CH & AMERICAN CLOCKS, oooß^fiii ' —S^'JEWELRY & EYE-GLAiVSM t : ||| W^^^B'^L REPA,REO ,N THE BE3T MANNE *^|l| f#V M T>TTW Ulllg ONLY 53.00 PER !>OZKN.—Not Club Pictures, but FlrstlliiljllM nmWm X 33 Claas Pbotoa. tint warranted Kqual in Finish hihl Artistic Lighting to any |7.00 pictures. All our former pitrous, and as many now ones as may patronize us, can depend upon perfect satisfaction mod polite attention. Ittßpevtfully, A. M. (iKNDkoN, 13 Tremont Row, liowt'sn, next door to .Massachusetts Moot and Shoe Store. * QEO. F. WHITTEMORE, ' Dentist, * * 50 Bromfleld Street, * BOSTON. * • Th* scientific ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

4$ sj'i, White; 15, Colored. This Rocker is manufactured exclusively for us, and guaranteed of the finest stock. 81 to 91 Washington St., cor. Elm, BOSTON. MASS. BANCROFT & DYER, WILL FOB THE NEXT 30 DAYS Offer their entire Stock of strictly First-Class FURNITURE Consisting of full-line Drawlng-Koom, Library, Chamber and Dining Koom in all desirable designs, and at such prices as shall induce all in want to make selections. We make no pretence that this sale Is to make room for "Spring Importations." The simple truth Is, business haß been very quiet, and we wish to reduce our stock, and, in order to do so, are willing and expect to make large sacrifice. Particular atteutl.>n called to our Drawing-Room Suits, in full Turkish, ami other styles. It is admitted by all our competitors tbat there Is no better work made than we carry In stock. Mr. Prichard, who has been In our employ for many years hat- charge of our Drapery department, which Is a sufficient guaranty...

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

Harvard University. Rev. Alexander McKenzle, D. D., will preach at Appleton Chapel tomorrow evening. Tho Harvard Lacrosse Team beat the New York TJciversity team, 4 goals to 0, at the Brooklyn Athletic Association grounds on Tuesday. Harding of Harvar I made .the. first goal iv two minutes. Tho second goal was made for Harvard by a pass of Dudley In a scrimmage. It took Harvard eleven minutes to get the third goal, whicli was made by Gardner with a clean throw. The next goal was stubbornly contested, and it took Harvard twenty-eight minutes to get the ball through the posts by a thiow of Towle. After playing live minutes more the referee called time. The Harvard spring tennis tournament has been progressing slowly for the last week, and the finals were played Tuesday afternoon on the Beck Hall grounds. In a close and exciting series, abounding in brilliant plays on each side, Lee defeated Taller, 7-5, 5-7, 6-0,7-5. An exhibition game was played between Snow and Taller, the winners o...

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Temptations of a Broker's Life. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Temptations of a Broker's Life. From tlie start, the hoy entering a hroker's office will he intrusted with large sums of money to carry to the hank or to customers. He may be in an office where bank-bills and shining gold are within Ills reach all the time; and he will be so completely absorbed in the subject of slocks, bond), and money, that it will be somewhat strange if he does not soon begin lo look at the getting of money as the most important business of life. And when he is a Hale older and hecomes clerk or cashier, he will be exposed to the temptation to increase his income by stock gambling—"speculating," as it Is called—on his own account. Such ventures are of course very hazardous, and on all accounts should be shunned. A broker requires great strength of character to resist the temptation to get wealthy by false methods; -and a boy should think long and well before he adopts the calling. For the broker's business is at best unstable. The work is done quickly in the midst...

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A Large City. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

A Large City. If any one were to walk one way through all tin' streets of London, lie would be obliged to g<i a distance of two thousand six hundred miles, or as far us it is across tlie American continent from New York to San Francisco. This will give an idea of what would have to be done in order to sec even the greater part of London. In our approach to this city, as well as in our lambles through its streels, we shall not be struck so much by iv immensity. Go where we may, there seems to bo no end to the town. It is fourteen miles one way, and eight miles the other, and contains a population of nearly four million people, which is greater, indeed, than that of Switzerland or the kingdoms of Denmark and Greece combined. We are told ou good authority that there are more Scotchmen in London than In Edinburgh, more Irishmen ihail iv Dublin, and more Jews than in ralestine, with foreigners from all parts of Hi" world, including a great number of Americans. Vet there are so...

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A Star-Route Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

A Star-Route Mail. In one of the gulches stood the ruins of a cabin and a "star-route" refuge. No possible need had existed for a mail-carriage across here, but a few years before my date, contractors had found il profitable to institute the route; and a sack holding a half dozen letters and perhaps a few copies of the Congressional Globe, was carried back and forth on horseback. One man brought it one hundred and fifty miles or so from Missoula and delivered il here in the wild woods to a second man, who carried It down to Lake Pcnil' d'Oreille, rowed forty miles across the fir-circled water, and banded it over to a rider at the western end. This middle man w.is utterly alone. Not a single soul lived on Ids route. In the winter he travelled on snow-shoes, for moiilbs together saw nobody but the carrier who brought him his pouch al each end, and could tell you stories of adventures with wolves and bears, and of wonderful visions of elks, sheep and mountain goals. Roblnion Crusoe led...

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The Horse as a Melodist. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

The Horse as a Melodist. Everybody has h.iatd the night-hawk and owl. The bird sounds of the country are familiar topics. I suggest the sound that a stableful of horses make, munching tbelr grain. Did you ever hear it? Years ago, I have no doubt. Il Is very agreeable. A sound of animal comfort, of well-deserved reward, of plenty; yes, a rich (Oilltd I Stand and listen to the grinding nf oats and hay! Man should eat silently; he is forbidden to allow bis food to appeal to more than one sense. But your horse gratifies both taste and hearing as he eats. Old Gray there, now; he pauses at Intervals just to hear old Tom—his roa'e in the next stall—grind his hay. Shrewd old Gray. By that trick he gets a little benefit out of his neighbor's rack—he tastes his own and hears his mate taste his. What else does he pause for? Now he goes at it again. Now they are all at It, the six horses; grind, grind. Il is one of the curious sounds. I like to hear it. Merely to think of it in some tasteless c...

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

Proverbs from Plymouth Pulpit: Many men use their ears as a bolting-cloth, only to catch ihe bran and let tlie flour go. We steal if we touch tomorrow. Clothes and manners do not make the man; but, when ho Is made, they greatly improve bis appearance. The ignorant classes are the dangerous classes. * Character, like porcelain ware, must be painted before it is glazed. There can be no change of color after it is burned in. There is nothing in the world so intolerable as the d ting everything on purpose. You will seldom find in New England a saint in a ragged coat and with clouted shoes. It Is contrary to the drift of centuries of teaching. It is not well for a man to pray cream and live skim milk.

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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Is It Fair? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Is It Fair? EDITOR Camkbiduk TRtDDKai Of oourie you have oftvn consldnred the vexatious dilemma of h-ilng very near a desired object, and yet, very far away. Tbll pOßUton your Somerville i eighburs have bold since the change In the transfer system from Columbia stn*et via Uui'in squ ire atid other points. Now, wa Somerville folks do take a sort of fraternal prtdt) lv Cambridge, in her institutions of learning ad her cburcbu*. which chine upon Ul, with a borrowed perbap--; t.'atnbridge th-> sun. Sun rville the moon, as it were. But wlpmi we tftntk of your city, lo and heboid] we are there with electrical dttpatO'i; to attempt to yet Vthart bttdily Is*, however, quite another Hit'alr. For Inaiatioa, we desire some lino Sabbath morning to attend one of your Cambridge churches, hoping to gatliur a few brlttht coals to siart anew tbe smouldering embers in tha Somervillu heart. Wo board a carat Dillon square, knowing, before wo reach our destination, we...

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A Sad Case. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

A Sad Case. KniroK Cammuipok TKiiitrMK: Klototi yeara ago, TbumaH S. PraitOD full on tbe Ice ftnil severely Injured It In knee, from which time until now lie hu been acripplo. On tlie .mirth «t,iy of July list, bii nnly ilmii'titor wHrt ilruwi)'»il in CJtiarlt'* rlfff, iidur tlie Kivttri4l.il, Preid. Tli in nhook was no MVfre that tiN ik'tvoub sy-t-nii wa*. oomtilatelv BbMlarAdi His knpe became very IDUflh VOfltt, ami afhir long suffering be went to thu hospital hi Hoston. where tt wan round ne.-H-ssary to amputate the I hub. Four wi'.'ki agd hi' OAIUO OUI "' tint hospllitl, after v \ .'itt'V iiil.'in'H-. mill ■siii(.'iin j, ii cripple for life, with a sick wife and two chlTdren to support. Kind frieodl have he..n a«Btttlt|g liim, but now ƒ—» is trying to h-ip hiinstdf. Prleortl are MfllUng litin to start a DAW* room -and candy Itnra at ■i-'-t Main street, tjauibridjfrtport, near the I'liivursulist Chtircb. wti trii-t tii.i pulillc will patrontiA hhu liberally and thus hi'lp a vvtil...

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

Curios. "Ah! my dear," said B gullanl lo»er t'» lit-* sweetbenrt, "you always r4-mlnd me of a lock and k<>y.'* "Why soT" "Because you are so-neihlng tv a.lore " -Hoston Courier. Voting la ly (to br itb*sr)-> l< Bob t wbst, Is tlie most fashionable Oolof for a brhle?" Uob~"Well, si»; I don't know ahout fashiou, but for me I IbbOld pfdftir a white nno,"-/,i/c. "1 don't see how you gtit so much news Into your papt-r," said the village clergyman to till village editor, "seeing that you have no local reporter." "Ob, that's easily explained," replied tha editor; "my wife hel'ings to three sewing tooltttlw In tbe village, aud she basan excellentmemory." -Hoston Courier. A smart young man who engaged the services of a bootblack at the post-office corner said, after tbe job w.w finished, tbat be would see tbo youngster later. "How later." ilemvideil tho boy. "-Vail, In a month or two." "Going -.ll' without paying mi:','" "Haven't any change, hub. T...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

HORACE PARTRIDGE «£ CO.. *SaSJ*SJjß»aw BOSTON. I I I ■ ■ " ' MiXUK-ACTUKIBS Ami IHrOBTBU OTf i!|! =!!e!ee=E:|:::V FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. |fe::: .-- -- --- - - T-- -- - ■E-::::----""--' ±i:-[.iLr , ' l » wn Tennis a Specialty. . 1&~II-1-I--- ~£""3.*lr The NEW CAM RIDGE Is h rival to 0111 X»rt--j "~ti 'ilay eclebraled Peerless, Cllmai and Champion—Favor lies at Harvard and other Colleges and with leadliif m Mmak£B a s* w Clubs throughout tln< Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE & CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why. SHOW CASES. FAItI.KT * lIIIPI'MAN, 98 and 100 Huillmrj Street, Hoston.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

By S. B. KNIGHTS A CO., AUCTIONEERS, Offices, Sge Washington Street, Bo.ton, and OBS'/i Main Street, Cambridgeport. SALE OF LOT OF LAND Corner of Putnam Avenno and Flagg Street, Cambridge. Will be sold by publio aud ion Monday, June Oth, at t: o'clock I*. M., on tbe premises. Tlie lot baa a front of about 80 feet on Putuam avenue, about lot) on Klapg street, about 80 on Walker court. Will be sold ilu one parcel or divided Into three tots, as may be desired at time of sale. If Bold In one parcel, |300 to be paid in cash at time and placeof sale; if divided, $100 to be paid on each lot. To see plans and for fitrth r particulars apply to j, Murray Howe, No. fi oou.it street, Boston, or to auctioneers. Plain and Ornamkntal Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing. WILLIAM J. HERON, No. 610 MAIN' sittKKT, basement Holmes'B Grocery Store pp* Jobbing of every description executed in the ueatest.mauner. 80ULE, DILLINGHAM & CO., Pavers and Contractors. Edge Stones Set. Streets, Place...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

PAPER HANGINGS/ fJhßfiUk Dra P cr V Materials, Window Shades, etc. tit ? ne , 0 ' the l»rgest collections of the above good* c.n OS li A, " '"""' 8t " ,lr ,iew Bml ele t aiit store, where every conLil L y Jjl "'l yU'llL vnleiiee for tho selection of goods Is offered. JT' X ■ ■■■-'■ ci '"*' "| t0 """" B ,Ten to the furnishing of Private K**i. Ji lppPpL : 111 LOWEST CASH PRICES. J SilfeThe Boston Wall Paper Co., f-W Cfx?f*ia)n]&r+ x 7 WM. A. CORSE, Manager, SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. Tffi OUAIITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low jirloei, without any regard to durability, appear to eatcu tha public A long experience lv Imslueas proves til us that first-class goods p*y both th* dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING BTOGK OF FURNITURE AND GARPETB Is now compline, and we are offering PIKSr-ot.VSS GOODS, of the leading/nanufacturers. at prices lower than ever before. pe A choice .took of Parlor. Library, Cliamlnr and Dining.ltoom Furniture, In Mahogany...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

J. WARREN WHITE, MASON & BIIILDKH. 242 KKOADWAY, Cniiibrldffeportt Mums. All kinds of dohbing promptly attended to. JAMES FOGERTY, ARCHITECT, No. 603 Main Street, OAMBRIDOE?ORT KABS Residence, 80 Chestnut Street. W. B. HASTINGS & CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 89 Cambridge St., Kaat Cttmbrldgre.. 7 Exchange I'lace, Boa ton. Offlco Hours, Button,! to 3 P. M. A. Blaisdkll, (our authorized Agent), 478 Somerville Avenue, Somerville. We are the agentn ol the imi.YOKK MUTUAL FIKK INMKANCi; CO. of Salem, with the largest MWtl of an; inutuat eumpany iv the State. SurpluM a- regard*) Wiley Holder* $534,246.04 I>lvidemlt< on Policies' for one year 20 per cent. Dividend.-) on Policies for three yearn. ..40 per cent. Dividend* on P-dlcies for tire year* 60 percent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwelling!, Household Furniture, Ifiirnt aud Couteuta. Orders by mail promptly attended to. For tbe convenience of parties lv the vicinity, risks taken or ...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. Th* following oermits have beeri Issued from the office of superintendent of buildInfW : ,t . 630—Peter Burns, 31 Banks street, Ward One, block of two houses, 45x51; E. J. McArthur, builder. _ 631— G. G. Hubbard, Sparks street, Ward One, wooden dwelling, 33x30; Cabot A Chandler, architects; J. W. McCabe, builder. 632—Mrs. Estes Howe, Appleton street, Ward One, wooden dwelling, 42x32; Cabot A Chandler, architects; J. W. McCabe, builder. 633—Frank Cunningham, comer of Clark and Washington streets, Ward Two, wooden dwelling, 22x48; J. A. Hasty, architect; Gillespie A Short, builder. 634—Miss Warland, Felton street. Ward One, addition, 7x12; S. Blaikie, builder. 635—George Ketchum, Columbia street, Ward Four, wooden store, 9x24; J. E. Brown, builder. 036—Elijah Ball, corner Garfield and Oxford streets, Ward Five, wooden dwelling, 30x32; James Fogerty, architect; Wellington Fillmore, builder. 637—Arthur W. Blake, 102 Otis street, Ward Three, addition, 21x17...

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

On Thursday the following lots of land belonging to the estate of the late Alexander Dickinson were sold at auction by S. R. Knights A Co.: Lot on Harvard street, 4444 square feet, to Hetiry Kerr, for 32+ cents a foot; lot on corner of Harvard and Moore streels, about 6500 feet, to G. J. White, for 35 cents a foot; three lots In Davis street, about 12,000 feet, for 20 cents a foot; lot on Bristol aireet, corner of Webster avenue, about 3500 feet, lo Mary A. Kirkbrlde, for 35 cents a foot. Mr. Brosiiaban has finished the job of setting the new 54-I'orse power boiler for Low's new tannery, the engine has also been put in and the shafting in being put up. It is expected that the shop will be in running order by the first of July. The sale by auction of the laud belonging to Ibe estate of the late George P. Carter, situated on Garden, Wycth and Madison streets, which was to have taken place last Monday, has been Indefinitely postponed, no purchasers presenting themselves. The sale by au...

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

Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Vaille and family, who have been abroad for two years, are on their way home anil wil. be warmly welcomed to their Lexington home by their many friends. Mr. J. T. Eldridge, whose daughter, Miss Jessie Eldridge, has done so much to entertain the people of the town by her readings and recitations, has sold his farm anil left tlie town, much to the regret tst its citizens. Fred. O. Brown, son of Mr. Oliver Brown, who has been an invalid and has been away for his Health, died at East Lexington on Saturday, aged thirty-three years. His early death will be mourned by a large circle of friends. The Episcopal Society Is malting an effort to have service* in East Lexington on Sunday afternoons, Key. Mr. Kobhins conducting Iheni. They were kindly offered the use of the Unitarian Church but preferred Mo' Village Hall. The Field and Garden Club met last week to make arrangements for their annual excursion. It is probable that they will go to Mount Wachusett in June...

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