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FAME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
FAME. "Hrblget," said I, with a mo.lsst air, An I the tone of a genius unaware, A- paper in ha nl, I pointed where Some verses of mine were i i into,l, "Toll Is what I was writing one day, When I sent you in a hurry lo sny, The children mint not make a noise at play, Or I'd certainly go de.ll 1111011. "My name I. published— see. up there"— She looked at il with bewildered stare, Thai slowly changed to a pitying air, A* shi. laid asld-i the taper. "Troth, an* I do, ma'am, mind tbat aame; I'd think tl quare, an' a burnln' aha.ne, If they should be aft her prlntin' my nam*, I.lke that, jCa-n out in lb* paporf" —Kmma tovett Carton, in the American Magazine.
... Soups. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
... Soups. Theae Inromparabla soup*, without which no OQlslds I* complete, will be found .t every firstclass grocer's. The reputation of th*** good* ha. grown steadily for years, nnd *t present no dealer catering to th* hatter ol***** will loueh other soups Kplcure* know them the inon.aut they *r* placed on tho table, and t icy are recommended by medical authority for tbe sick chamber.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A GO., BOSTON, _jtf (I! I'll MAHurAcrua.B* inn igroiTiu of FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. _E = ' — : - ~~__|____Z _nm ■■ l|F:::::::::::::::::::::pr Lawn Tennis a specialty. __T The NEW CAM ItIIXJK Is a rival to our &lt;uK - - osl.brated Petri***, Cllm*x *nd Ohamplnn-Favor-ii.il iteeat Harvard and other Colleges and with leading B^SH—** - Clubs throughout th. Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE _ CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure in the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON &amp; CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. Zyeretsky, Merchant Tailor. New Spring Ooodi at (1 really Reduced Prices. 63 Cambridge St., Boston. We have removed to mora centrally 10. cated and oommodloae premlwi, 53 TEMPLE PLAGE, And are now nhowlnK our Importation* for the aeaaon, whleh Include all the latent LONDON NOVELTIES. CRECSON &amp; THOMPSON, English T...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, j__j_j___j_ Dra P er y Materials, Window Shades, etc. ■'' &lt;&gt;n« of the largest collections of the above good* c*n _Hui b " ,ou " u *' our new and elegant store, where every con- ■ 6 venlei.ee for Ihe selection of good* Is offered. jJSFj IxXSßx^'Vlßi&amp;ll—-- Special at o.itioi. given to the furnishing of Private K.*ItHJC Ejtlm.t*. given If desired, and c impotent men sent to jnnrGT Sp- lowest cash prices. Boston Wall Paper Co., WM. A. CORSE. Manager, UP SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. - THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should bo Considered In Purchasing But, unfortunately, low prl.cs, without any regard to durability, apuear to oatch the publio. A long experience lv bu_Lue_i proves to us that firm clasa goods p»y both tbe dealer aud purchaser. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETS I* now complete, and we are ottering FIRST-CLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturers, at price* lower than ever before. A choioe atonic •&gt;( Parlor, Library. Chamber ...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of buildings : 640—Michael Kelly, 113 Fourth street, Ward Three, addition, 15x13; George L. Lawrence, builder. 641— J. A. Stubbs, rear 12 Blanche street, Ward Four, wooden dwelling, 20x30; W. 11. Leach, builder. 642— J. A. Stubbs, cori.er Franklin and Sidney streets. Ward Four, wooden building for storage, 20x40; W. H. Leach, builder. 643—Dr. A. C. Webber, 777 Main street, Ward Two, wooden dwelling, 34 ft. 6 In. by 41 ft. 4 In.; E. L. Clark, architect; W. A. Waters, builder. 644—Kenneth Mcßae, 64 Cedar street, Ward Five-, woolen dwelling, 25x20; Mr. Clark, builder. 645—Kenneth Mcßae-, Cedar street, Wsrd Five, addition, 12x12; Mr. Clark, builder. 6|6—Samuel F. Woodbridge, rear of Somerville avenue, Ward Five, wooden building for storage, 40x40; E. S. Sparrow, builder. 647—Mrs. Savllle, Shepard street, Ward One, addition, 10x15; Erastus E. Piper, builder. 648— J. M. Hilton, Hammond ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
The estate lately owned by Mr. Samuel B. Payson, lo Belmont, has recently passed into the hands of a slock company callins; Itself the Paysnn Park Land Company, which has In view tlie development of the property. The company at present consists of about twenty capitalists, but it Is proposed to issue in addition $100,000 worth of stock and place it upon the market As many of the owners had never even seen the estate anil as there were many prospective stockholders who wished to see it also, a visit by all concerned was planned for last Monday afternoon. The trip was made in a special car via the Fitchburg railroad to Mount Auburn, when, barges of the Cambridge railroad were taken for Ihe ride to the destination. First a detour around the extensive esiate was taken and then the parly alighted to Inspect it more thoroughly on foot. The velvety lawns, beautiful shade trees, charming walks, enchanting landscapes, the extensive stables, deer park and spacious maiisli.n were points of adm...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
By J. L. NABON 4 CO., Auctioneers, SI School Street, Boston. A DESIRABLE MEDIUM COST RESIDENCE, No. 15 WALDEN STREET, , NORTH GAMBRIDOE, AT AUCTION, Thursday, June 16, At 4 o'clock P. M. on the premlee*. That coaey and desirable estate No. IS Walden Streel, very uear North Avenue, TWO STORY AND FRKNCH ROOF HOUSE, Has twelve pleasant *unuy room* and bath, bay window*, cemented cellar, (urtiace, set tubs ami hot and cold water; about 8000 feet o( land; nice small lUbie for two bor*es aud carriage room, The lot Is ill i v (eel front, on the sunny al le or Ibu •treet, I* ptnclted with fruit trees, grape*, currants and shrubbery. The location of tin* estate should command the attention o( al&gt; in search o( a quite medium, priced homo, near the beat o( steam and horae*car accommodation*. Terms, ♦.100 cash at vale; a large part of the purchase money can lay on mortgage. Full particulars ol the Auctioneers, J. L, Nimon &amp; Co., 21 .School Street, Boatou. OCEAN SPRAY. For...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Oo to th. MEW STORE on Boyl.ton 81., near Harianl liq., Ist 01010,1 by Xl'. J. BDWAKUS. Yon wili ttnd . larg* aud varied assort.nant Just received from I : m* of th. Ant House* In Iloaton, of Wall Papers, Border., Krleies, Picture Moulding., Raady Mixed Paint*, Varnish** of all kind*. Llnieed *nd other 011 a, Turpentine, J*p*n*, Status, Polish**, Color* Ground In Oil, Colors Oronnd in Japan, Dry Colors, Paint, Varuleb, Whitewash, and all kind, of Itruiliw, Kalsoin Finish, Wind w Ol***, Pally. A fal. iln. of Wins r * Newton's lube Color* In Oil and Water, Color* in Cake., Canvas and Stretcher*, Artist*' Brush**, Placque*, Hlook*, Etotaing* aud other Paper.. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. ■ jg~ CARL A. CORLIN AU Kinds'of Roofing, JU "aye A |) And (iu.rantees Satisfaction. 7 X, 00*...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
KELLIE A CROZIER, "ScoIPAIWTBRS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport. T)_OP ME A POSTAL. EJ. J_. PERK A) House Painting, PAPER HANQINQ an- 1 FKKSOOINQ, S B*nr.nt ► t., North Can. brl.lg-e. Can ra(*r to *ome ot th. he»t people In Ward S, lor whom I have worked. GEO. 0. DANFORTH, House pAIItfTIHIG, Graltilnp, Glazing, Whitening, Kulsominlng, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. PORREST &amp; PRINCE, 1 WJct. Painting, ORAIMNO and GLAZING. Kalsomlnlng, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. gy_ird.ra for jnbMn_ of all kinila sent hy mall or left at the chop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN M. KOKKKHT .TAMKB A. PBIHCB. ALFRED D. NIAOCANN, PRESCOER, Interior Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, RESIDENCE, aa Chapman Plae., Ino Ilaiiipalilre street, Boston. (Itoon. S.) | Cambridgeport, Ma**. S. H. SWAIN, MANUFACTURER OF DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Eorettei and Novelties. g3j*-Hiiilders are Invited to call aud...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. The total amount paid ou' by the Knights of Honor to date is $20,439,345.04. There is a movement on foot to introduce electric lights In Odd Fellows building. Equity Lodge No. 23, X. and L. of 11., received two new members last evening. Accountant Davis of Branch 84, Iron Hall, has placed a new cherry roll-top desk in bis office. Prospect Lodge, Knights of Honor, will initiate one candidate at its meetlug, Tuesday evening. Cambridge Assembly No. 57, R. S. of G. F., met last evening. The lodge Is still working on its new set of by-laws. The Knights of Honor, the official mouthpiece of the order, contains a complete account of the supreme lodge session. Strawberries and cream will be provided at tbe next meeting of J. Howard Payne Council, Home Circle, on the 22d Inst. Cambridge Lodge, I. O. O. F., worked the initiatory on six, Tuesday, evening before a large gathering of members and visitors. Cambridge Lodge No. 10, U. O. of I. O. L., will give an entertainme...
Anchor Assembly Augmented. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Anchor Assembly Augmented. Pursuant to a call issued by Mr. W. J. Purman, district deputy of the Royal Society of Good Fellows, sixty gentlemen who were applicants for a charter to organize a new assembly of the order assembled in Society Hall, Wednesday evening, many well-known business men being among tbe number. Deputy I'urman desired that instead of instituting a new branch of the order the applicants should join Anchor Assembly in a body, which was readily agreed to. At the same hour, Anchor Assembly wss holding a meeting across the way In Kuigbts of Honor Hall, where it had initiated four new members. After routine business had been transacted the meeiiog adjourned to reconvene in Society Hall, where the new members were in waiting. The work of initiation then began in good earnest, tbe entire sixty being introduced to the mysteries of the Good Fellows before the meeting closed. There wero one hundred and ten applicants on the new list and the remaining fifty will receive tbe ...
General Putnam Colony, U. O. P. F. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
General Putnam Colony, U. O. P. F. A most interesting meeting of the above colony was held Friday evening, June 3. At the close of the business meeting the doors were opened to friends of the members and an excellent entertainment was furnished by Mr. Henry V. Armstrong, who Is chairman of the good of the order committee, the following talent appearing: Miss Carrie Waugh, piano solo; Mils Maud Grant in recitations and solos, and Mr. H. J. Storer, in piano solos. The farce, entitled "PoorPlllicoddy," was then presented with the following cast, of characters: John Peter Pllllcoddy, William P. Condon; Mis. Pillicoddy, Mrs. C. R. Denyven; Mrs. O'Scuttles, Mrs. S. J. Westgate; Captain O'Scuttles, Mr. W. P. Han scorn b; Sarah Blunt, Mrs. Helen F. Coleman. The programme concluded with a very toothsome collation in the banquet ball, which was provided by members of the colony. The postprandial exercises consisted of an address by Governor Kellogg and recitation by Mr. Libby, both of Highlan...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
The Temperance Orders. Memorial Lodge hold a largely attended strawberry festival Thursday evening. There was a crowded temperance meeting held at Temple of Honor Hall last Sunday. Unity Templo, I. O. G. T.,' has voted to hold Its annual picnic in August, though no date has lieon set. Minerva Division, S. of T., gavo a select entertainment at its hall last evening, which was well attended. The Rev. Edward Osborn of tlio Bowdolnstreet Episcopal Church of Boston lectured In Temple Hall, last Sunday, taking as his subject, "The Church Temperance Society." A large and attentive audience was in attendance. Hawthorne Lodge, I. O. O. T., held a Japanese sociable ou Thursday evening. May 20. Several of the ladles were dressed In very becoming Jspanese dresses made of paper. A collation was served to the visitors after they had listened to a programme of music and readings.
Military and Grand, Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Military and Grand, Army Notes. Post 50 will celebrate Its anniversary June 27. Colonel Bancroft and Captain Henderson visited the Framingham camp Friday. The City Guard will drill on the common, on pleasant Monday evenings until camp. Belief Corps No. 27 will visit (len. Lander Relief Corps at Lynn, July 13. A large delegation Is desired. City Messenger Pratt, Councilmen Ivers and other members of the city government were present at camp Thursday. Captain Dalllnger should be proud of the showing his command has made during the past week at South Framingham. Comrade Evans was present at the opening of the fair given by the Weymouth O. A. R. Post, Monday evening, and made a short address. No-llccnso has had Its effect on the tented city. Intoxicating liquor was a very scarce article during tbe entire week, especially so al brigade headquarters, and in the Second Regiment district, where none whatever was used. Captain Henderson read the riot act, Monday evening. Fivo hour*' work, ten...
In Camp at South Framingham. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
In Camp at South Framingham. The annual camp of tbe First Ilrigade was formally opened at noon, Tuesday, wht-n the brigade colors were run to the mast-head and the opening gun from Battery B fired. Tlie First Regiment arrived on tho field shortly after twelve, the men being immediately dismissed to Ih-ir quarters. Company 11, under command of Captain Dalllnger, reported flfty-soveu men present at inspection and muster, which was the largest company In tbe entire brigade. Lieutenant Charles 11. Culler, commanding the Signal Corps, bad twenty-four men, one man only being absent. The entire strength of the brigade was lHs7men, which is thirtytwo less than were present on 'he first day in 1880. Wednesday was hot and sultry. The Brigade (Ittanl came from Ihe First Regiment, and they passed a very acceptable mount. Theenliro brigade held a practice review at two o'clock. The attendance for the day was 180S, a gain of eleven over Tuesday. Thursday was ladies' day, and was ushered in by cle...