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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Robert it... ft g on » | „f |6 Oerry *tre*t, offer a limited quantity „f ,„,,,. milk to resident* of Ward On*. Hy this ih*y m,.,, milk aiactly a* It com** from cow. which are In good health and are well cared for. Cu.lom*™ buying Ihls milk will nod It enilnly satisfactory
Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ARE PREPARED TO FURSIBH House Frames sc./iri"...* at Short IMotice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPABBED, As these Frames come by rail exclusively. 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. THE ZANE PATENT SANITARY WATER CLOSET, IS THK HKBT IX THK WOULD In a unitary point of nl,i Hl y le w*t« clonet I j nirtile are iuviu-d tn exa lit ami proper Water Closet to be used lo tbe city of 805t0n.,^.3 35,000 NOW IN USE. PHIUE, 525.00, COMPLETE. EVERY CLOSET WARRANTED, JOSEPH ZANE &amp; CO., Mi Budburf Street, Hoston. New Torlt Agents, Fit XI). AI IKE St OU., Curner Beekmau ami Cliif St.. John Ruggles, REAL EBTATE &amp; COLLECTION AGENCY LYCEUM BUILDING, HARVARD SQUARE. Houses fur Sale and to Kent. J3r- Uuslness Solicited. ~JL DELA|Sy\ Successor to ALBERT ADAMS, Mason A Builder. Plaaterliiff, Cementing, Whitening. Coin ring, WhtteWMfthliiff, vie. Furnace.*, and (iiHifs Sot. .Jub Work in all itti branches executed with despatch. Offlce—l7 Winthrop Street. ROBERT ROSS ft 80N...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
By S. B. KNIGHTS k CO., AUCTIONEERS', OWm, »*6 Waahlngton sitrsi.it, Ilo.ton, and «tl3',i Main Street, Caiubridajepurt. Sale of 28 Valuable Lots of Vacant Land in Somerville and Cambridge, on Beacon, Dickinson, Leon and Kirkland Streets, Ooncord Avenue and Dickinson Place. EXECUTOR'S SALE. Will be Bold by public auction, commencing on Beacon Street, Somerville, on Tuesday, June 7tb, at 3o'clock P. Mi, on the respective premises. Tbe first lot ha* a front ou Iteacou Street of about 200 feet, divided into four lots of SO feet front each, containing about (-200 fquaru feet each. These lots are between Conourd Avenue and Dickinson Street. The h»t ou Dickinson Street *tnd Dickinson Place, bavin a a front of about 310 feet, Is divided Into t-i x lots of various sizes, containing from about 3778 to 4732 square feet each. The next lot is on tbe southerly vide of Concord Avenue, near Beacon Street, having a fiont of about S3 teet, containing about CG2S square feet. Tbe secoud lot Is bounded ...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY Should take with them a box ot two of our delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, For Bala by all Qrocors, and At Our Stores. 33 *35 ELM STREET - w *** wmvAwas 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, ....„« i „ '06 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sunday* from 7.30 to • A.M. . a THURSTON &amp; HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Go to the NEW STOKE on HojUtou St., near Haritiril Sii, ist oj&gt;ei.ed by W. J. KDWARDS. You will find a large and varied assortment just received froim :me of the first Houses In Boston, of Wall Papers, Borders, Friezes, Picture Mouldings, Ueady Mixed Paints, Varulai.es of all kinds, Linseed and other Oils, Turpentine, Japans, Stains, Polishes, Colors Ground In OH, Colors Ground iv Japan, Dry Colors, Paint. Varnish, Whitewash, and all kinds of Brushes. Kalsom Finish, Wind, w Glass, Putty. A fult line of Wins r &amp; Newton's Tube Colors In OU and Water, Colo...
Page 9 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER, "SJ PAINTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport. ])KOF MB A POSTAL. E.L.PERRY, House Painting, PAPKB lIANOINO an&gt;' FRESCOING, 3 Sargent St.. North Cambridge. Can refer to some (if tbe best people In Ward 8, for whom I bave worked. J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—lBl% North Aye. lletidenc*—4 White Street. Tbe Best jvVork dove under my own supervision In every case. f»EO. 0. DANFORTH, House PAIWTIIVrO. Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kulsomining, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge FORREST &amp; PRINCE, A Late with TO_ J «_4.a___, w.i). holt, irainting*. iOKAIMNI) and OLAZINO. KaUomlnina-, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. gyOrdi-rs for jobbing of alt kind* sent by mall or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOIIM M. FOBKKBT JAHSB A. PRINCE. ALFRED 0. MACCANN, FKESCOER, Interior Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, HKSIIIKNIE, 23 Chapman P...
Cambridge Lodges. Victor Lodge No. 500, Knights and Ladies of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Victor Lodge No. 500, Knights and Ladies of Honor. The first lodge of Knights and Ladies of Honor was chartered by the State of Kentucky In 1878. Originally, only members of the Knights of Honor and their female relatives were eligible for membership, but that restriction has been changed and tbe order now offers its advantages, both social an I beneficial, "to unite fraternally all acceptable white men and women of any reputable profession, business or occupation, who are over eighteen years of age; to give all possible moral and material aid in Its power to its members and those depending on Its members, by holding moral, instructive and scientific lectures, by encouraging each other in business, and by assisting each other to obtain employment; to promote benevolence and charity, by establishing a relief fund, from which, on satisfactory evidence of the death of a member who has compiled with all its lawful a certain .sum, that has been agreed.upon, shall bo pai...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Notes. The Independent Beuevolont Brothers initiated three at Its last meeting. Ex-Captain Charles H. Cutler, formerly of the City Guard, has joined Mt. Sinai Lodge, I. O. O. F. North Avenue Lodge, Knights of Honor, will celebrate its tenth anniversary on Tuesday evening next. General Putnam Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, gave the farce "Poor Pillicotldy," after the business meeting last evening. A new assembly of the Boyal Society of Good Fellows is to be started, under the name of the Ivers A Pond Assembly. The new charier of Anchor Assembly, Royal Society of Good Fellows, has been received and is an excellent sample of the printer's art. Emerson W. Law and A. W. Gore, of this city, are among the marksmen who have competed the past week in the shooting carnival at Wellington. Members of St. Omor Lodge No. 0, X. of P., are hereby notified to be present next Friday evening, as candidates will be nominated for the various offices. The Independent Benevolent Brothers are to hold an entertai...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Jonas C, Wellington Camp. s. of V., will hereafter meet iv I'o t :',() hall, on the first and third Wednesday evenings of the month. A committee consisting of corporal Caul. kins, and Private Sullivan of tlie City Guard, decorated Ihe graves of ex-Captain Kox and Drummer Everett A. Jones, in tlie Cambridge Cemetery Memorial Day. Posts 80 antl 180, G. A. R., have voted to attend the dedication of the soldiers' monument at Arlington, June 17, in a body. Lieutenant. Governor Brackett will bo tbe orator on that occasion. Captain Ilalllnger has appointed Corporals Marshall Underwood and Charles L. D. Parkblll to the position of sergeants, and Privates Waterhouse, Warren and Fait, corporals. This fills out the complement of "non-coms." At the meeting of Jonas O. Wellington Camp, Sons of Veterans, held al Its hall last Friday evening, the members wore agreeably surprised at receiving an elegant silk banner, the gift of several members of Post 30, O. A. R. Pas...
MR. E. H. JOSE APPOINTED [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
MR. E. H. JOSE APPOINTED Administrator of the Estate of Volney R. Chamberlin. Mrs. Chamberlin's Petition denied by Judge Brooks. In accordance with the adjournment, the Probate Court held a hearing on the petition of Mrs. L. W. Chamberlin, tot appointment as administratrix of her husband's estate, at 9.30 A. M. last Tuesday. General Butler and J. It. Wyman, Jr., appeared for John 1". Squire, and Edward Avery, Ksq., and Thomas Curley, Esq., for Mrs. Chamberlin. General Butler staled to tlie court that he had summoned George. 11. Priest and Charles 1). Whiting, the parties through whom V. X. Chamberlin had disposed of the twenty-four bonds in question, aud that present in court; but thatas Mr. Avery consented that their evidence as given in the perjury trial might be read, instead of their viva voce testimony, unless the court objected, the witnesses would be dismissed and their evidence read. The court assenting, Mr. J. C. Alden proceeded to read their evidence as given in said trial...
A Well-Known Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
A Well-Known Store. There ll no need of tVtr-&gt;duenig ihe More ol Messrs, ii .a. Mart la j &amp; On, to Cambridge psople, They know It alr*ii It, and I'l.-y undnrstan I t'lHi. It Id one of ihe nine) Mini slve and elegant MurM in \-'\v Ktwland tor tbe Mie of carpels and draperies The principal pa'flirtKttD baa been ftreatly extendetl and beautified dm ing th* winter. And if now one of the mo-t attr to Ive and tiiLarnHitiif places for a Bight-seer or a ptlrohtlar, to be found In tbe city. I Ii- room on this tl -mt net/nted todraperle* i- fairly oriental m It! luxury of app dntmenta, and It i&lt; Do abundantly lighted ihtl c.i*toni©-i have the bent IHHidlde opportunity Lo examine the fabric* before purchasing. .Juit vow, Mr. Hartley la offering tome very choiea bargain* In all department* &gt;■&lt; bin store. Full data).a appear in our advertising oolamiii
Tennis Racquets. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Tennis Racquets. Tbe 'Kirmesi," "Iloffmnn," and ' Victor.* 1 offered by Meeers. Dame, Stoddard &amp; Kendal], .171 Washington street, Hoston, are respectively a high elans, a modi am quality, and a mo lira!--priced racquet. Theae goods, mre of the Ann's own make, and are pat upon llie market by them with the conlldence thai they will meet with Hie same reception from the public thai their other sporting (-null- hnve mt* riled A full assortment of I'mk A Snyder's and Mors hi an.'* good* al way" on hand
Welch & Benzaquen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Welch &amp; Benzaquen. These young man oponad ■ st-.re for tli" whoiesalo and retail of clgT* ami tobacco at .&gt;'■''• Main street, about thiee works ago, and their gouls jumped Into popularity rPom the atari They mako the " W. &amp; ft." brand of cigars; boi trade in a apoctaitty.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
A KOOd sanitary waler-doM-l i- :i thing of the 11-Bt impnrtnnee In these itmei. Tha B«tna i*i»*Mt, winch in :niviT( i.iii in another oolnmii, if Indnritd by tlm BottOtl wiitcr hoard, and is largely tiled, It cost* only .f'J.'S complete, and every OIOMI II warranted. Mr. T. .1. K«Hm«y, tho florist, 273 Norlh avenue, oppoiita l&gt;.iy .-treat, h i-* » large amortmenl of bed* ding p|nnd for e.ilo jil very reasonable prlcoi. Mo will furnish y-m with (liners and then BSI ihem out free If you wish. Mr. Oi A* I'hotpn olfan for rent* fnrniihid oott:i.:&gt;- on the Poutb iltore, o &gt;ntAlnlhfl D ilniihod nn.in- hihl Including half an wm vi lawn with superb sea Rod land views. PflOfl for tlie IdMOB* |BW, __ Sarena In lnvAluahlyi fof boUM cleanirit!
In the Open. Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
In the Open. Base-Ball Notes. The Lee Base-Bail Team defeated the Massachusetts club on the common on Fiiday of last week by ihe score of 8 to (I. They play the Gat fields on the same grounds this forenoon at ten o'clock. The Actives of Cambridge played the Ptcscottß of Roxbury on the Active grounds Monday, and defeated them by the score of 20 to.0; oitly live innings were played. The Actives will pliiy the Feltons on Cambridge Common this afternoon at S P. M. Al Cambridge, Memorial day—Somervllles, 12; Gai fields, 4. The second team of the Y. M. C. A. defeated Ihe Walthams by Ihe score of 17 lo 10. The Day nine defeated tli-. West Kud lloa: Club, 30 to 22. At East Cambridge—West Catnbridges, IS; East Catnbridges, 7. At Cambridgeport tho Columblas defealed tlie Stars by the score of 18 to I).
Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Lacrosse. Ihe Cambridge anil Waltham clubs played an exciting draw came 0 „ t | ie grounds of Ihe former, Memorial ilay, at ten o'clock, each clttl) having otic goal lo its credit. Several ladies Interested lit the club have for some time past been busily at work gecuring a set of goal Hags for presentation to the club, and just previous to starting the game, Mrs. Oliver E. Creelwan, In behalf of tho ladies, presented lo the club an elegant set of blue silk Hags trimmed with gold fringe and mounted ou polished walnut poles. Captain Barr responded briefly, thanking the lathes for their interest in the club and hoping that it would be merited.
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Cycling Notes. Harry (Jetehell of llie Cambridge club won lirst prize, a handsome French mantel clock, in tbe two-mile race of tbe 0-10 class at llie Lynn races, Memorial tlay. During the first mile Getchell hung back anil contented himself wilh the last place in the procession of riders, but upon entering the second ami last mile he spurted anil soon gained the lead, Getchell ami Harlow then matte a very pretty race to the finish, but our Cambridge man succeeded in maintaining bis lead to the fend, winning by half a wheel. Several Cambridge men were present, who rushed down the Hack and lustily cheered their favorite. The Cambridgeport Bicycle Club held its twenty-five mile road race on Memorial day. The ruin of the previous days made the roads vety heavy and part of I be course was through deep mud. The club assembled at its rooms in Central square tit 8:80 A. M., anil, under command nf Captain Marshall, wheeled to I Listings square, where 11. L. Caldwell, one of tbe members, took...
N. E. A. R. A. Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
N. E. A. R. A. Regatta. A circular has been issued announcing that the first annual regalia of the New England Amateur Rowing Association will he held Friday, June I", over the Chariotriver COlirte, Boston. The races will be open to tbe world, i. c., to tuemliers of all amateur rowing clubl which have heen duly organised three months prior 10 Ihe holding of the regatta. Al. races will be over two miles with one I urn. Two or mote entries are required iv each class lo insure a tace. No. S3 of the regatta rules give! the committee the power to reject any entry. In entries for eight-oared races, a list of twelve names; for four-oared races, a lis! of six names; and for double scull races, a list of not more than four names, shall be seni to the secretary, and from these names Ihe actual crews must be selected. In singlescull races substitutes are not allowed. The entrance fee will be as follows: Singh! scull. $.*i; double scull, $ii; four oars, $10; eight oars, 116, The entrance fee mi...