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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COOOTItT r Should take with them . box or two of oar delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, . For aale by all Grocer*, and At Our Stoves. 33 *35 ELM BTREET . *** w*__ ■—-*.*-*-_'_•■ 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, '_ " . _.';." .-' _ 106 R'VER ST., CAMBRIDGE. - Open Sunday, from 7.50 to •A. If. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. — .i iii,. _■■~,. i , . —ii- ■ ,* m -i — — #* M T>THTI?>I<C <>NI.Y •9.00 I'KH DOZEN.™Not Olub Pictures, but Flrat%Jr §m M*W A-IU JBl A s_3P Clase Fhut.ta, and warranted Equal In Klulsb and Artistic Lighting to any #7.00 pictures. All our forn>er pit ions, and aa many new ones as may patrontae us, cau uepeud upon perfect satisfaction and polite attention. Respectfully, A. SI. GENDKON, 13 Trcunont Kuw, Boston, next door to Massachusetts Bo a and Shoo Store. 'absolutely pure C /\ H O IKOK^^^iat., Send 15 KOKO Soap wrappers to National Soap Works, Cincinnati, 0., with your name and address...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and Alter May 16, 18*7, TBAINS LEAVB HUSTON FASSENOEB STATION, CAUSEWAY STREET, Foil OA.MBRIDOK—O.IIO, « 30, 6.1X1, 7.20. 1,46. 8.33, 9 30. 10 30,11 10 A M.l 12M ; 12.07, 12.30, 1.36, 2.15, 2.21), 3.10, 3 13, 4, 4 40, 5, 8.10, S 33, S 40, 0 03, 0.13, 6.20, 6.40. 7.15. 7. 11. 8.90, 9 40. 10. 11.20, 11.30 P. M.; (§0.19, $0.29, §11 A. II ; §12 41. §1.05, §.', §1. 51.55, §5.80, §6i19. §7 05. $7 15,59 30 $9.41? P. M.) KRTTJKN, 6.26, 6.33, 7.16, 7 27. 7.48. 8 13. 8.26, 8.33, 9 11, 9 38, 10 18, 10.20 A M.; 12.H5, 12 42. 1.14, 1.26, 1.62, 2.14, 2 32, 2.38, 3.26, 3 4k. 4 27. 6.21. 6.02, 8.07, 6.48, 708. 7.11, 7.27, 8.40. 9.04, 10.24, ('10.3.1), 10.63 P. M ; (17.20, §8,47. ,».16, ,9.45 A. M : §12.40, §1.11, (1.23, §3.31, §1 25, §5 33, §0.20; §7.35 §7.50, 88.66 P. M. NORTH Alll'iS, tltOY. ALBANY AND THE WEST—(6.3O A. M Avoim ), (g.30 A. X. Ex. pr*w, drawing roi-m oapsfor Albany), 11.38 A. kt. (3 p. H. Chicago, i;iii<-lrrtiafi and St. Louis...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

■____!____ For " worn-out," " run-down," debilitated school toaohors, mllllnors, seninatrifiaos, housekeepers, nnd over-worked women generally. Dr. Pierces Favorite Prescription is tho best of all rcal<irntlvc tonics. It la not a" Cure-all," but ailiiilrablv fulfills 11 singleness of purpoiie, being- a moat, potent Specific for nil those Chronic Weaknctwo* and Disease* peculiar to wot..en. It ta 11 powerful, general i«* well ** uterine, ton' • arid non Ine, anil impart* vigor and strength to the whole system. It promptly cure* wenknena of stomach, indigestion, bloating, weak buck, nervous prostration, debility and sleeplessness. In either sex. Favorite Prose, ptlon Is sold by druggists under our jxwttive. owtrantrt. See wrapper around bottle. Price »1.00, or six bottle* for .5.00. A large treatise on Disease, of Women, profusely Illustrated wltti colored plates nnd niiineroua wood-cut*, aent for 10 cent* In stamps. Add rem, Wonr.n's DIsPKNSABT Medical Association, (163 Ma...

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

Cambridge. Miss Jennie Beane of Sidney, Me., is visiting her uncle, Mr. George A. Beane. Mrs. Kathriua L. Beedle, who has been seriously ill since Memorial day, is Improving. Mrs. Ole Bull has taken Mr. Edwin Booth's Chestnut-street house, Boston, for next winter. The bob-tall car again operates between Harvard square and Beacon street, via Kirkland street. Rev. Dr. Andrew P. Peabody will spend the summer at Portsmouth, N. H., with his throe daughters. Mr. Oscar Fay Adams is absent on a business trip In New York State for the house of Tlcknor & Co. Mr. N. J. Cloves of the Newton Theological Seminary preached last Sunday at the Mount Auburn Cbapel. The Cambridge railroad barges are in great demand. They are comfortable, commodious and handsome. Mr. W. T. Richards, the artist, has taken Mr. C. P. Cranch's house at the corner of Harvard and Ellery streets. Miss Fanny Browning will return next week from the Boston Highlands to resume her duties at the Corlett school. The Mis...

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North Cambridge. Death of Mr. Ralph Day. Death of William Frost. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Mr. Edward T. McGibbon. Bethune & Hill. Removal. F. O. ... The Safety Razor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

North Cambridge. Death of Mr. Ralph Day. Death of William Frost. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Mr. Edward T. McGibbon. Bethune & Hill. Removal. F. O. ... The Safety Razor. Tbe Fitchburg railroad has reached Porter's station with Its blgh board fence. The Baptist Sunday School will bold Us annual picnic at Lake Walden, June 25. Miss Coates of Philadelphia is the guest of the Misses Rand at their residence on North avenue, where she will pass a portion of tbe mouth of June. Mr. and Mrs. Parker L. Soule and Master Willard Klngsley arrived home on Saturday from their extended Western trip. Mr. C. W. Klngsley and wife are expected back today. Mr. Thomas Pitman, of Dublin street, while digging In the garden, Tuesday, burst a vein In his arm. Officer Sletso'i's timely appearance and assistance prevented serious consequences, as he was bleeding profusely. The picnic of the Nor'h-avenue Congregational Sunday School, Juno 17, will leave the.church at 8.15 A. M. for Downer Landings taking hor...

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Cambridgeport. New Episcopal Church. The Public Schools. Mrs. Livermore at Prospect Street. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Cambridgeport. New Episcopal Church. The Public Schools. Mrs. Livermore at Prospect Street. The next meeting of the overseers of the poor will be held at the almshouse, June 14. Rev. E. X. Chandler will preach tomorrow afternoon at the Dudley-street Church, Roxbury, The First Universalist Sabbath School will hold its annual picnic at Downer Landing, Saturday, June 18. The Sunday School of the Broadway Baptist Church will have Us picnic ou June 28 at Downer's Landing. Mr. E. H. Miilliken has resigned his position as superintendent of the Cambridge Electric Light Company. The Charles-river Baptist Sunday Schoo 1 will bold its anuual picnic at Lily Potn t Grove, Waltbam, June 18th. Mrs. Frank Paul and Master Frank Paul of Springfield. Mo., are the guests of Mrs. A. M. Paul, Brookllne street. A gentleman in riding from Central to Harvard square, one recent evening, discovered five electric lights out. Tomorrow will be observed as children's day at the Harvard-street M. E. Church, and th...

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

East Cambridge. The Grand Jury came In at East Cambridge on Monday. The alarm from box ft, Tuesday forenoon, was caused by the burning of a lot of clothing in a tenement In the Lecbniere block. Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Nellie Elizabeth Blodgett, dauglit. r of Mr. Elias Blodgett, to Mr. Fred Wesley Parker, on Wednesday evening next. Jeremiah Callahan, whose house alongside of the Lowell railroad m this ward was demolished hist year by a freight train, lias recovered $1508.83 damages from the road. The June term of the .Superior Civil Court for Middlesex county was opened Tuesday mortilng, Judge Pitman upon the bench.' Prayer was offered liy Key. Albert Gould. Isaac Angell of Hopkinton was appointed foreman Of the first jury, and Nalium Gonduow of Sudbury foreman of the second jury. Both juries were excused until Wednesday. The firm of E. Ricker A Son of Bridge street notified thc'.r men Saturday to quit work as soon as the stone on which they were at work was completed....

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, IHarvard Square, Cambridge* REAL ESTATE AGENT. OAMBBIDGrX FROFKBTT ONLY- KO BOSTON OFFICE. Bar. tout propcrtv pl»o«d on mv Hat Immediately, a. I am in a potUum to thou and dinet patron. H tmy place tn the city. Hollilldk Lot. for s.le In lb. moat de.iri.bU, location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSEB TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF YOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, ICONSUI.T AT OMCE Drs. Emery & Chapman, City Opticians, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Aad procure « pair of tb*lr PERFECT FITTING BPBCTAOLES and HVK-UL 4.SJE9 of] th* fine* French. German and American manufacture, at prices within the reach of all. The Eye Examined Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed. LenM* Ke*et and (.lasses Repaired. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. A. Hartley & Go. CARPETS Draperies & Shades. ■ AMt—dJ Wilton _>* 7_ per Yard, L|NQSUL Waruet., v> I. / 0 Wortb »2.3fl A BFTIk.I Jlltijartll'" of low-priced Carpet...

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Real Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Real Estate. Mr. E. B. Morgan, 110 Somerville avenne, Somerville, 1* disposing ot some very desirsble bnllduig lot* on the Meacbam . stale. This propeitv is ad* vant 'geously situated for residents of this city, and will appreciate In value in a very short time. See diagram ami lull paiticulars in tbe advertise ment ill ami ht-r column. "The Dial," the old--»t counting house guide for Boston and vicinity, e-itaoll.ued in 1H5!I, couialn* a large amount of valitttile Information, Including departure* of foreign mails, leleg aph r.le*. summer resort steamers mid many oilier facts. It Is published by Horace Do id, 2(io Washington street, Bolton. A rare chance to hire a suite of live room* and bath-room in one of the host locations in tbe city, uear steam and liorse cars, can he had ot Horace 8. Bartiett, real ea'.ate agent, Harvard square. ■The disciple* of Ilaak Wallon will And a full • uppy of tackle *t M.esr.. Ham.-. Stoddard Si Kendall's, Bolton. See adverllseinent. Materials for sk...

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

MARRIAGES. DRAKE—MoAI.PINK-1.. this city, 7ih Inst., by Rev. fleorge A. Tewkshurv, Augustus M. Drake of Brooklyn, N. V., to Miss Ida I. McAlplne of Cambridge, HAVEN-RlCH—sth Inst., by Itev. Oeorge A. Tewksliury, Oenrge F. Haven to Miss .Mary A. Rich, both of Cambridge.

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

DEATHS. MACKIS—In Portland, N. B, lith ln*t.,.ifier a lingering illne*. of consumption, -loßet.hiue, v-nuiiit-*»t daughter of .fohn and Ann Mackln. [Boston paper* please coi y.]

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

/ y/_»1 •__di, » • j____t. aw L- Av ~. * | * • w»*.*-«y -// — ffv_n^rf"jj_.- 7 .t - ■ *■ / yC--—• i I 'Hj-^*-j"' u '—'- v ' *** ; // «j ; _ / A * at* S ,—'*»*- a // _* 7 1 • I # .— / - » —i ■ ; ■— p. A - w ■ i %*. MS av.wv*. 8 v 7i - Jttftfc, ■ THE COL. MEAOHAM ESTATE. _-» BriVߣ«fi &1»M WtSßhJL*^ arm'i b «M"on b % a rrn'. re ?o *ult P urch..er*. If d_lred, house, will b. erected and .old on *_y terms of payment. For full partleulari apply to PE. B. MORGAN, 310 SOMERVILLE AVENUE. People de«irlng to lorate In Soaiervllle can b* .applied with laud or hou*e* In »ny part of th* oity on *a*y term*. ________________ RIDERS OF COLUMBIA BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES Constitute the majority of American riders of first-class machines. >(Wa\ Have rit,t,en around the world. /Sc_>vA WlftrzK. Hold World ' B Records from 1-2 *° m e s > inclusive. Have never been abie *° wear ° ut their machines in 10 years of hard POPE MFC. CO., XAV/f/ Franklin Street, ■ - Bos...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

100 Decorated Dinner Sets For Sea.hore and Country Houaea, $9.50 to $15.00. THE CHINA PARLOR, Clark, Adams & Clark, j 65 and 67 Franklin, and 79 Arch Streets. BOSTON. Please mention Tbe Cambbidob Tbibukb. NOTICE , TO BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE RIDERS OF CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY: If you want any kind of REPAIRING Don* to your Wlie.le, call here. Difficult Repairing and Altering a Specialty. Nickeling, Enameling and Painting. Second-hand Bicycles and Tricycles at Low Prices. Machines to Let Open Evenings. W. J. NEWMAN, , 10 Brattle Street, Cambridge. fl - A.k for the Keystone Saddle. THK COVENTRY MACHINISTS' CO. 1.'11., .-» W (ITTTI| BICYCLES *«■ \jh\jD TRICYCLES, Have been engaged In tbe manufacture of Mtcycloa for nearly »0 year*, and ht.e fairly earned the reputation of producing the stHiicliesl and mo*t reliable wheel ma te. Send lor catalogue to 230 Colutubua Avenue, Boston. ""frank; e. garland, tit/1 XT/iT n \ REPAIRING, BICYCLE fc_ug? 450 Cambridge St., o«mbridg«port. First...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

JOHN P. SQUIRE 4 CO., DBAUttS IV PORK. LARD, HAMS, Tripe, Sausages, fit*' Feet. Also manufacturers of EXTRA LARD OIL. 21, 23 - 25 Faneuil Hall Market and 39 and 40 North Market St. John P. Squire. frank O. Squire. BOSTON. Prod P. Squire. EASTERN MARKET, HBADQUABTEBB FOB REEF, LAMB, MUTTON, POULTRY, also Fresh, Smoked and Salt Me-its, Hams, Pork and Sausages, a large assortment of Canned Qoods. Full line of Vegetables. Best Creamery Butter at low prices. G. G. PUEDY, 471 Main Street, -:- Cambridgeport MILLER'S RIVER MARKET. We keep 011 liaod a large titock of PROVISIONS Of .11 kluda, alio BEST GROCERIES, Which we Mil, both wholesale and rutull, at Button prices. JOHN P. SQUIRE & CO.. PROPRIETORS, Core St., opp. Works, E.Cambridge. BOSTON LEATHER AND RUBBER REPAIR SHOP. 63 Elm Street, - • Boston. All I. Imls of Rubber Hunt • ami < Ivorslums repalr.il at shoit notlcs and wirr«.it«d. Kubber Mil** • nplled to laalh*r boot*. All kind, of clot*.. wringer, repaired. l...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

THK EXHIBITION OF MUNKACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST before PILATE WILL OPEN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. ARTISTIC DECORATING FOR Glass Day Receptions and Spreads, Lawn Parties, and All Kinds of Uatberlugs. CAMP CHAIRS FURNISHED. FURNITURE LOANED.' STUDENTS .111 find a market for tb.lr SECOND-HAND FURNISHINGS. ______ I_. POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON STREET, HARVARD SQUARE. CAMBRIDGE, RED CEDAR POSTS AND POLES, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, OREGON PINE GUTTERS, The Most Durable Wood Known, Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT TBE *AXB FBICB BAWED WUITK CEDAB, MAKES THK MOST DURABLE AND LOWEST FHICKD SHINOLE KNOWN. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. All of tbe above goods can be round only with us. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. e> a> ■■ ....■■■ WILLIAM H. WOOD A 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 inven...

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Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, June 12. Applelon Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Key. Alexander McKenzle, I). D. Wednesday, June 15. Episcopal Theological School, Commencement. Ue ivory of dinlomas. Sermon by Key. Charles 11. Hall, D. 1). Ordination by the Kt. Key., the bishop of Massachusetts—St. John's Memorial Chapel, 10.30 A. M.

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

On Wednesday afternoon Harvard redeemed itself by defeating the muchdreaded Yale nine by a score of 7 to 5. The game was an exceedingly interesting one nJ the benches on Holmes li -M were crowded with spectator*. There were but few Tale men present, although they did their best to keep up the cnuraee of their men. But luck was on Harvard's side and the home team led almost throughout. The success of the crimson was largely due to tbe splendid work of Bingham, the pitcher. In the early part of the game Harvard's fielding was very bad and the errors were costly. After the fifth inning, however, tl,e playing was much improved. Bingham proved a puzzler for Yale and struck out seven men, two more than Stagg, the famous Yale piicher, succeeded in striking out. His batting also was scientific. Wiestling played a fine game at short, while Linn distinguished himself in right field. For Yale, Kellozg and Hunt excelled at the hat, while Hunt played an excellent fielding game, putting out six m...

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Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887

Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. Thu festivals are over at Venice and Florence and have been successfully carried out. Tbat of Venice came first, beginning tbe lsst day of April with tbe arrival of tlie royal family, as I meutioned in my last letter. The art exhibition remains open till October 25, and during the summer there will doubtless be other attempts to attract strangers; though as there Is but one Venice in tbe world, she seems to need no outward adorning to tbe eyes of Americans. *• . The day of the arrival of King Humbert and Queen Margberlta, accompanied by many, senators and persons of distinction, was a glorious day. The traiu came In early in the afternoon and was received by a battalion of infantry with band and colors, and Ihe firemen in their helmets, who play so important a part on all public occasions in Italy. The mayor and many distinguished Venetians were wailing in the station, which was decorated with flowers and hangings; but the r...

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