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Page 10 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Victor ( BICYCLEa V ICLUI | TR | C YCLES. .Highest Grade Known. Gall and examine if you want the best s OVERMAN WHEEL CO., IS2-18S Columbus Avenue, Boson. OXJR OWN MAKE LAWN TENNIS RACKETS, Kirmess, Hoffman, Victor. ALSO A FULL LINK OF PECK & SNYDER'S and HORBM ANS' LAWN TENNIS GOODS. Dame, Stoddard & Kendall, 374 Washington, opp. Bromfleld St., Boston, Mass.

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

TO LET. ' IVA Tenement nf four rooms at 10 BaoranHmtO Street. Kent, 812 a month. Thoroughly oloants the blood, which I* tho fountain of health, liy "King Dr. Pierce « polo> en Medical Discovery, nml good digestion, a fair »kln, hunynnt opirltsi. vltnl strength. Mra soundness of constitution will Im' rstnhllsnorl, Onlih'ii Medloal Discovery ruirsnll humors from tho common pimple, bhMch, or cTUPtIOn to the worst Scrofiiln. or hlood-pnlenn !■"- peolally has It proven Its rirrn.-i lp.•""fif fclt-rheirrn nf Totter, lever-;- ;■ '''NVg Disease. dernfolnilS Scores ai»l -' i lllpg* mf Inrgrd llliimK ioid Kilting U<"-<- _ " __ (lolilen Names! Discovery enrra < inisurnptlon .which Is Scrofula of tl" MltlMl, Df l'" wonderful hi ».d-pnrlfvlng. Im Ignmllng,.nml nutritive properties. For wMkl.nr.ga, POT" tlngnf ninnd. Shortness of Preefh. Ilnim-hlt"-. Rcvero Coughs, Asthma, nnd klQilretl n "'''.[; tlonn.lt I* « Sovereign n■ni-i'y. II prcmpii) cure* the a...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

/CAMBRIDGE PEOPLE AT THEIR SUMMER HOMES C A £L HAVE **!• delici ous Oak Grove Farm Butter. Cheese and Eggs, shipped to them direct every day, twice a weelc. or whenever they desire; so that in the country, among the mountains, or at the beach, they will be as well supplied with tnese peerless products as at their Cambridge homes. OUR PURE MILK AND CREAM Delivered in any part of Cambridge, Boston, Brookline or Brighton, every morning, in air tight class cans. OAK GROVE FARM DAIRY, Biattle Square, Cambridge, N. L. MARTIN Main Street, Cambridgeport. Superintendent. RIDERS OF COLUMBIA BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES ' -iv Constitute the majority of Arrterican riders of first-class machines, I \l Have ridden around the world. I Hold World's Records from 1-2 *° 24 miles ' incl "sive. Have never Deen able *o wear out ""v r ~l\ their machir ies in 10 years of hard POPE MFG. CO., Franklin Street, - - Boston. I / Illufitrated Catnlufeue Free. LOOK! LOOK! JO I' At OUR NOVELTIES in NEW SUMMER Jfa/ 1 FOO...

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Page 10 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887

"NEvV MAIL BICYCLE." Thlf bMUltfnl Unlit Iftoa'iter i» ilicvery late*, nipr-iwtineiit; it will p<y you tn call antl see it. The blgher-i hi ml i tiacliitip }6l hiveutcd. W.J. NEWMAN, Agent for Cambridge, 10 It noil.- Street. HICTCI.K SUPrI.IKS ANII RKPAIRINO. MHoof.<■• iinT ami Inventor nf the Keyston* Bicycle Saddle, Beeondshanil Maoblnei Bought snd Sold. FRANK E. GARLAND, mflYllT.E Nlekel Plating, DLV I V)hu I an rj painting. 450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. triritnlMn Work mi-I Loweit Pi ice*. NEW STORE, Cor. Oxford and (iarilHil Streets CAMBKIDGB. Also Stores, 601 Miln Street, 3 Austin Street, Cambridgoport. Commonwealth of Majsnchnsctts, MIIMII.KSt X, SS. I'll 'H m: «'"UHT. Toall Per.ons liil.-r.sle.l It. I sun* nf AIIBY 11. FRANC IK, Iste ~f iiiiniin.l.i'. In ">"' bounty, deceased, greelititi: Whereas, JOHN AI.I.VS. Ihe Administrator of th ..stale nt s.i.l .I.■■ ■■ ■'-•>■ '"»" P'W*! 0r allnwanr* the llrt iin.l »" " '"" ' ' ' '•* stl...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 14. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. T^CAavbridgeTribune PUBLISUSD RVSRY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bsburiptlon for on* year 82.60 SUfrle Copies 6 cent* By mall free of Po*tag*. The Tbibuhb 1* printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cam* bridge, Boston, and tlie town* of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five oents a copy, at the following news stands: OLD Camuhidoe: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Hoi worthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambridqei-oht: Mr. Sbedil, 684 Main street; Q. E. French, 688 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 559 Main struct and 27 River street; corner of Allston snd Magaalne streets; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; A. P. Orconleaf, 488 Main street; T. S. Preston, 484 Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main atreet; I, It. Thomas, 154 Harvard etreet; H. B. Ingalls. 249V4 Broadway; J. N. Conrad...

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At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Hearing Concerning the Dunster-Strcet Tracks.—The City Advertising.—The Shepard-Street Sewer Order Passed. A regular meeting uf Ihe aldermen was held Wednesday evening. An Invitation was received from Col. Wellington to attend the camp of the First Regiment at Framingham; accepted. Rev. Father Scully objected to an assessment of $60 for a catch basin. Tbe editors of the Chronicle, Press and Tribune petitioned that a joint committee be appointed to entertain, with a drive abou- town, the New York State Press Assoc!* i ion on their proposed trip to Boston on tbe lfitu Inst. Aldermen Hiucks, Ball and Coveney were appointed on the part of the board. Alexander McDooald petitioned for a sewer on McDonald street. George H. Coes and Luke Schoolcraft petitioned that tbe sidewalk and curbing in trout of their residence on Hampshire street be graded and raised. John Soley asked for permission to move a building through Cambridge and Spring streets; granted ...

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June Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

June Weddings. On Wednesday evening, at the residence of Mr. J. M. Hilton, No. 47 Oxford street, his daughter, Miss Ella F. Hilton, was niairied to Mr. Hiram W. Wadsworth of Barrey. Owing to a recent bereavement in the bride's family, the wedding was private. Key. Alexander McKenzle, I). I)., officiated. Mr. and Mrs. Wadsworth will live on Hammond street. Mr. Wadsworth Is a graduate of Harvard, class of 1885. On Wednesday evening Mr. Freeman Hunt, the well-known lawyer of Boston, and member of the school board, and Miss Abbie E. Brooks wero married at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sumner J. Brooks, 110 North avenue. The ceremony was performed at 7.30, in the presence of relatives and the immediate friends of the family, byrjKev. E. U. Hall of the First Parish Church, the time of tbe reception as set by the Invitations being R3O. The bride was attired In a tasteful costume of ivory-white ottoman silk, cut with full, round train, and profusely trimmed upon the bod...

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Short in His Accounts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Short in His Accounts. Something of a surprise was occasioned In the city, particularly in Harvard square, on Thursday, when the fact leaked out that Mr. John H. Thurston, book-keeper for the Cambridge Savings Bank, was a defaulter. The fact was known to the management of the institution on Memorial day, when an irregularity of $146 was discovered in his accounts. An investigation immediately followed, and the books have since been in the hands of an export. It is fortunate that the defalcation is a very small one— according to Mr. Tburston'sown admission, less than $1000. The examination of the books so far substantiates his statement to that effect. Tbe money was taken iv small sums, and according to Mr. Thurston, was used to meet pressing and unusual family expenses. Mr. Thurston's salary was $1000 a year. He has held the position since 1884 and is about thirty-live years old. He was deposed from his position immediately after his shortcoming was discovered, and although not imme...

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The Home for Aged People. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

The Home for Aged People. Yesterday afternoon a meeting of those interested in tlie establishment of an old people's home was held In the Old Cambridge Baptist. Church. Rev. Andrew P. I'ealiinly, D. p., presided. The report of Ihe ciiininittt.it having in charge plans of organization and Incorporation was read by the chalrjjpfan, Mr. Willard A. Bullard. The committee proposed that a home be incorporated under the name of Cambridge Home for Aged People, to provide a home— first, for aged men; second, fur aged women; and third, tor aged couple*. Mr. Billiard said that the committee had consulted l-'fral talent aud bad come to the conclusion that the funds should he kept separate—that is to say. that separate provision should be made for the aged men, the aged women, and the aged couples, although they would be under one corporation. There could be no legal objections to such a proceeding. The report was accepted Hon. J. Warren Merrill said that the next step was organization, and he m...

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Seventeenth of June at Arlington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Seventeenth of June at Arlington. The citizens of Arlington are to have a grand celebration on Friday next, June 17, on which occasion they will dedicate the soldiers' moiiiiin nt just erected there, aud which Is located in the centra of the town. Invitations have been extended to the different posts of the G. A. It. in tho vicinity, and tlie following have accepted: Post 130 of Somerville, (10 of Medford, 148 of Winchester, 33 and 101 of Wobitrn, 119 of Lexington, 29 of Wallham, 81 of Watertown, 92 of Brighton, 180 of Concord, IK), 50, 57 and 180 of Cambridge. Together with Post 3d of Arlington there will be over 1500 veterans of the war represented. The Somerville Light Infantry has tendered its services as escort, which have been accepted. The Arlington Fire Department is to participate, also the Mozart Regiment Association of the Fortieth N. V., of which Arlington furnished nearly one company. Several bands and drum corps have been secured for the occasion, and the air will be f...

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The N. Y. S. P. A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

The N. Y. S. P. A. The New York State Press Association is to hold Its annual convention this year in Boston, beginning June 14 and continuing till June IS. On Wednesday the visitors and their wires will enjoy a carriage drive to Cambridge, by invitation of our city government. They will Inspect Mount Auburn, Harvard College, Kennedy's crooker Mtory, and various other interesting: p»m- bridge institutions. Mr. Frank S. Kennedy has offered them a complimentary collation, which has been accepted with alacrity. Other courtesies have been aud will be extended, and the Empire Stale editors are sure to enjoy the : r visit to the city where tbe first printing press in British North America was set up, two hundred and fifty years ago, and where two of the most important and famous printing establishments In the country are now loca cd.

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FLOWER SUNDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

FLOWER SUNDAY. The Inmates of the Middlesex House of Correction Entertained by the Ladiee of the Flower Mission. The flower mission of the ladies connected with the temperance union of East Cambridge was observed on last Sabbath after* noon at the house of correction, thus giving to the inmates of tbat Institution a breath of summer's divine air. After the prisoners] numbering two hundred and sixty, were) seated, the ladles of the' union and their friends were admitted to tbe auditorium at the top of tbe building opposite to that in which the prisoners are confined. Mrs. Bardwell, Slate president of the union, presided at this meeting. Mr. Charles Boyd was announced as leader of the singing, he giving. also a solo. Tbe chorus of young ladies gave pleasure in their selections. The Rev. Mr. Beach of the Prospect-street Church led in prayer, reading also the parable of the "Prodigal Son," from the scriptures. Tbe Rev. Dr. Thomas of the Harvard-street M. E. Church addressed the prisoner...

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The Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

The Band Concerts. Following is the list of subscriptloi received in aid ot the band concerts. S hundred dollars was the minimum su required and It will be seen that the su scriplion lacks but little of that anioni There is still room for a few mure generoi hearted citizens to show their public spl by donating their init>s. Any sum will thankfully received by City Messenger F. Pratt, at the City Hall. Amount previously *oknowl«ilged 93M Prof. Jam.* Barr Am** 1 William L. Whimsy I Oliver H. Dun-ell I (Icon* O. Wright I H.O.H . I Oeorg* W. iisle. I Cambridg* Railroad Ompany Tl George tl. Pag* Bin Company I .lamea M. W Hall 1 j, (I. Tlio pc, .!r 1 Cambrtdg* CnroslolS... Worcester Brothera , Jama* 11. Wvetb — Co John H. Hubbard Ml**M. R. Popkln Norrl* 4 Marrill William Stolb* . Srof. J. P. Cook. 1 .W. Sand* •S3 The' first concert will be given on Tues evening, June 21st, by the American Wa Company Band of Waliham. The t gramme will be given nut week.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be h.ppy to serve those wbo are bo unfortunste as to require th* *td of medicine. He undertake* that hi. preparation, sh ill be correctly made of pure standard material, snd intelligently dispensed by careful as.l.tant.. All tbe POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of th* day will be *ald a* low as any respectable d**ler can afford to handle them. He wonld recommend bis own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER as being wb.tlt pretend. to be. wllhi'Ut foreign admixture. Wis.KY'B ORANGE FE.OWER OHCER. ISE _OTIOT<r fT chappsd hands. ELIXIR OF CAI.Ir.AYA MARK M s tonic SPONGES at all pries*. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES snd TOOTH BRUSHES. WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY! AFTER JUNE 30 Tbe Bakers at Wright's Bakery Will stop work at noon every Thursday. HO orders delivered after noon on that day. FRESH TEA ROLLS and BREAD ON HAND At the store, 83 Mt. Alburn St., as usual. REEVES BROS., ~ PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, 854 Main 5..,| op^'I c__b^w7.! 0,,...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. _T°Preeorlptlon* prepared under the supervision of a second competent person, thu. avoiding all mistakes often >o serum. In tbalr result*. Toilet Articles In the Greatest Variety. Rich Cream Soda and Mineral Waters. Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. THE OLD DRUGJTAND. Th* undersigned would respectfully announce to tbs people of this viclult j tbat be has bought tbe old drag stand formerly kept by W. R. WILLEY * CO., at 288 BROADWAY, Ne*r Norfolk Street, Where hsi bss got ft new ftnd well selected atook of Drug*, Medlehies. H«rbs, Toilet Articles, together with ftll the leading Pmmu Medlolne- of the day. Cv" tome re can rely on the quality of hts gotes, aa they wtll be kept fresh and of the best quality, ftnd colt! at tbe loweat reasonable prices. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. B. Wllley * Co. Registered Pharmacist. Ag*nt for MAJOR'S CBMENT. 188 Broadway, ■ • Cambridgeport. Walter A. Cl...

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CITY ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

CITY ADVERTISING. The attitule of thebiard of aldermen— with the exception of two or three members —toward the question of city advertising, is peculiar ami ra'.he.r amusing. The key to It is expressed in the phrase so generally used in discussing the matter at City Hall—"to pine the advertising" to this or that newspaper. It Is worth while to remind the aldermen that when they spend the city's money for advertising they have no business to gratify their personal friendship by "giving it" to one medium or another as a favor, at any price. They are buyiny a commodity which the city requires just as much as it needs hay for its horses or paving-stones for its streets. The way to buy it is to consider the purpose for which It is wanted, an I then to select the medium Dr mediums which, by reason of location, drculation, or character, will best serve the [mrpose, paying for It at the saino rate which other advertisers buying an equal imouiit. of space would have to pay. If Cambridge or B...

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THE GRANITE CUTTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

THE GRANITE CUTTERS. The granite-cutters' strike, which was beun last January, and which has been "seted" so often since, has assumed another haie. Now It Is a lockout, by certain of le manufacturers, of the union men who aye, It appears, boycotted or black-listed ■e yards where non-nnloii n.en are at ork. With an Innocence that is out of lace In this wicked world the unionists rofess not to know why they are locked ht, but It seems that they have prevented orkmen from going to work In any of the ards where nonunion men are at work, ml have, In their official Journal, notified II sto ie-ciitters to keep away from this lace. Tlierj Is not any question of pay or hours f labir Involved; It Is merely one of father the manufacturers will bo periltted to employ such men as do not choose i Join ,tbe stone-snttters' union. The recent eclsion of tlie State board of arbitration covered ihe question of hours and rate of pay, but not the employment of non-union help. Some of the manufacturers c...

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SOLDIERS' EXEMPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

SOLDIERS' EXEMPTION. It looks as though Governor Ames would have a chance for another veto. Tbe soldiers' exemption bill has passed the house, and on Wednesday the senate gave It a third reading without debate. The mischievous feature of the bill is that, while It will be of no practical advantage to the veterans In whose behalf It is supported, It will afford a precedent for making further exceptions to the requirement for civil service examinations, and thus strike a serious blow at a system that is becoming more popular and more useful every year. Tlie law already requires that, other things being equal, an ex-soldier shall be preferred by the appointing power. This is surely all that should be uskei. or that, in practice, can be granted, under any.law. For a man who Is not capable cannot Ion; be retained In office, even if by favoritism he secures appointment. If the bill comes before Governor Ames we hope to see him veto it, in the interest of good government, and of the vetera...

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A BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

A BUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT. The secretary of Harvard College, Mr. Frank Bolles, has introduced a plan which is so helpful to students of limited means that we hope to see It solidify Into an established custom. He offered some time ago to receive applications both from persons who would employ students during the summer vacation, and from stu lents who were seeking employment. Tli-i noiice given was necessarily a limile I one, and the applications from thoii desiring the services of students have nol been numerous, though enough have come in to show the feasibility of the idea. The applications from students in need of employment have already reached sixty, and many more would apply except that the opportunities for work are thus far much fewer than the students who want them. Among the preferences expressed by the students were teaching or tutoring, "work out-doors," farm work, places as deck hands on steamers, as hotel clerks, as carpenters, and on horse cars, and several were willing...

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