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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never rarles. A nurvel of purity, strength and wi olusomene«t. More economical than ihetTiiiimry k tints, and cmnnit behold in competition with the muliit mleof luw test, »hort eight alum or ph'H-priate i owdorn. SoM on>y in cam. Koval Baking I'owdeb Co.. 1(W Wall St., N. Y. KNAiot Grand, Square and Upright, AND UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER. 178 Tremont St.. Boston, SOLE AGENT. CALIXA LAVALLEE, Formerlyjof the ConserTatory of Parti", bar reeumed hn-truoilnu oil the Piano, Harmony aud (Jompositlon, la classes or private leseonH, at Ibe Miller Hall, MO Tremont St., BoNton. Applications may be made at Heury F. Miller's, 611 Washington St., or at the Pefrallea Academy of Music. LEBSONB INI DRAWING AND PAINTING. ELLA 0", WHITNEY. Apply, for terms, Thurs day afternoons, from 2 to 5, 111 Auburn Street, Cambrldgeport. Invite you to visit their beautiful studio lO TEMPLE PL., BOSTON, and liisiisii their specimens of PHOTOQKAPHN. AH lIS IS MAItKIA...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Rale's Honey th. great Cough cv re.jsc. ,we. * SI Glenn'. Sulphur Soap heals a beautifies, 30a GermanCornßemover kills Corn, fc Bunions Hill. Hair and Whisker Dye—Black and Brown. Me, Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 Hlnute.aso Dean's Rheumatic Pills are a sure eon. 60a MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing jf^ffS ___ . wor " Uune at Hflir lAir»T«l* your house. Knur ***■■** BfTB *** •»* teen ye*re' eiperlence with the best families. ltO Windsor at., Caiubrldgreport. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will bs added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. R. Damb, SncosMor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS KECKIVK PROMPT ATTENTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. JAMES W. MARSHEA, Watch and ClocklYlaker. 448 HARVARD STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Repairing a Specialty. FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS and SPECTACLES, In Holyoke Store. JOHN QILL, WATCH MAKER. DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

tw 1/ fe. fS^t) { ©/ pea.Uty <Beeo.u/*e o/* itf 180U156 edg^f, {^v/ B /ecupio| fye&lif) fcod beauty l °^ e Ifayef/oof. of o/ ». X Jo/eiy .Becfcufe it IV>% $e/6©e &od will n°i- /pl-fo%^Qf /liver jf i o d>iv.r><f v * fivi»e liable to do. FRENCH & AMERICAN CLOCKS, HiWL^SSiml REPA,RED 1N THE BE3T MANNE^S^H| #w M TITVITTVm.r. ONLY Sttto PER DOZEN.—Not Club Plotnres, but FlratOil OllV *Ca A 33 fines Phot is. and warranted Equal In finish and Artistic Lighting to Nov $7,110 pictures. All our former p.lrons, and a* iiunv uew ones as may patronize us, ran depend upon'perfei't .Mtisfactlon and polite attention. K-sp.«'tfully. A. SI. OKNOKON, 13 Ti-emoiit Kow, Itoston, neat door to Masssohusetts Boot and Stum St -r<\ IMPERIAL DENTRIFICE. To maintain tbe health of the Mouth, and preserve i In- rit'*line*s mi I beauty of the Teeth, the frequent DseOl a DentriHos becomes tudlspen-a'de. It Isltupo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and Alter May 10, 1887, TRAINS t.FAVK noSTON PASSKNOKR STATION, HAIiSKWAY STREET, FOR CAMBRIDGE—6.O6, « 30, OSS. 7.20, ~40, 8.35, ti 3". 11l 30,11 10 A. a.; 12 a ; 12.07, 12.30, 1.3J1, 2.lft, 2.2.1, 3 10, 3 13, 4, 4 40, 5, 5.10, ft 33, ft 40, 6 03, 6.13, 6.20, 6 40, 7.1,1. 7. 10, 8.50, » 45. 10, 11.20, 11.30 P. M.; (§n.1.1, t».2ft, §11 A. M ; {12 49, 51.nr,, §J, §4. §4.65, §.1.30, §6.15. §7 06. $7 16, 49.30. §9.46 P. M.) RBTUKN, 6.26. 6.33, 7.1.1, 7 27. 7.48. 8 13. 8.25, 8.33, 9 11, 9 38, 10 18, 10.29 A fa.; 12.U.1, 12 42. 1.14, 1.25, 1.62, 2.14, 2 32, 2.38. 3.2 ft, 3 48, 4 27. ft.2l. 6.02, 6.07, 6.46, 7 OS. 7 11. 7.27, X.40. tI.M, 10.24, ('10.33), 10.53 p. a ; (§7.20, §8,47. §11 1.1, §9.15 A M : §12.40, §1.11, 11.23, §3.31. §1 25. §.1 83, §11.20; §7.35 §7.80, §8 55 I. M. ISORTH All \ is. I ROY, ALBANY AND THE WEtT—(6.3O A. a. Ac«.*ni ), (8.30 A. M. Express, drawlng-room oar for Albany), 11.35 A. H. (3 P. M. Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Lml...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

KEIOyAL. Carpets, Rugs, Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, etc., etc. Being unexpectedly obliged to move, I offer my entire stock at very low prices. Some goods m uch below cost FRANKLINCROSBY, 344 Washington Street, BOSTON. E.J.H. TRASH, Uittry k Mm, No. 174 Columbus Aye., BOSTON. Window Shades and Wire Screens A SPECIALTY. Lowest Possible Price on Wire Screens. brass and Nickel Hods. Good Holland Shade, Spring Fixture and King Complete, for 30 eta., ISO cts., TS ots. $4, White; $5, Colored. This Rocker is manufactured exclusively for us, and guaranteed of the finest stock. Si to 91 Washington St., cor. Elm, BOSTON, MASS. 1 WORCESTER 8R05., - -23 ft 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, I Dealers In and Manufacturers of I furniture! Eddy's Refrigerators. I 18 per ceilt. off List Prices. H Shades and Draperies Made to Order. I UPHOLBTKRINO AN" RKPAIRINO I PROMPTLY DONE. M DAVID THOMSON, I PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, I No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. H Upholstering and reupholsterlng furniture, |&a...

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Cambridge. Mrs. Anna L. Mbring of Quinsy street is at Naliant for tlie summer. Prof, and Mrs. Cohn sail from New York today for Europe on the Bretagne. C. A. Bass, late with Carter, Carter & Killiam, has bought the pharmacy of Charles P. Orne, 837 Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Longfellow have returned from Europe and are at their cottage at Magnolia for the summer. Mrs. Paul Shepard of Ellery street, will spend tbe summer with her friend, Mrs. Lamprey, at Kensington, N. 11. The Old Cambridge Baptist Sunday School will observe its forty-thirl anniversary tomorrow evening at 7.30 o'clock. Miss Edith Estelle Torrey sings at Waterville. Me., next Thursday afternoon and evening with the Tremont Glee Club. Miss Addle M. Houghton, who had charge of Mr. D. M. Hazen's store, has gone to ihe Fabyan House, White Mountains, for the summer. It is quite likely that enough money will be secured for the band concerts to give an extra one at the end of the present arranged series of s...

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Episcopal Theological School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Episcopal Theological School. The commencement of tho Episcopal Theological School occurrod Wednesday, and tbero was a large attendance at St. John's Memorial Chapel. The degrees were announced by the Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, president of the board of trustees. An impressive sermon was delivered by Rev. Dr. Charles H. Hall of Brooklyn, N. V., after which four young men were ordained as deacons by the lit. Rev. Bishop Paddock. A collation wa < then given In the refectory, at which addresses were made by Dean Gray, Bisbep Paddock, Rev. Dr. Hall of Brooklyn, ex-Governor Rico and Rev. Mr. Wright of South Boston. The graduates of the school are: Joseph Cullen Ayer, Jr., Walter Downes Humphrey, Daniel Rollins and John Francis Nichols.

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Female Humane Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Female Humane Society. At tbe annual meeting of the Female Humane Society, held recently, ninety members were present. It wss ihe first time tbejsoelety bad met since the death of Its beloved president. Hrs. 11. W. Palne, aud all present seemed to feel the solemnity of a common loss. The reports of the secretary and treasurer were read and accepted. The ▼lee president then told of the needs of the industrial branch of this society, whleh, during the winters, gives plain sewing to sixty deserving poor women, to whom this small addition to their weekly earnings Is most welcome. A committee was appointed to nominate officers for tbe ensuing year. The list was as follows: President, Mrs. J. P. Cooke; vice president, Mrs. F. G. Peabody; secretary. Miss A. R. Wells; treasurer. Miss Mary Pea body; committee, Mrs. A. McKei zle. Mrs. George Saunders, Mrs. G. W. C. Noble, Mrs. S. L. Thorndlke, Miss Mary Howe, Miss Alice Jones, Mrs. Charles Folsom, Mrs. J. G. Gooch, Mrs. W. T. Richardson, Mrs....

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North Cambridge. Musicale. A Timely Letter. The "Automatic." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

North Cambridge. Musicale. A Timely Letter. The "Automatic." Mr. H. D. Yerxa and family are at their summer residence at South Cohasset. Mr. C. W. Kingsley and wife relumed home from their extended Western trip on Tuesday. Mr. A. E. Dennison has been elected president of the Tufts College Alumui Association* Slillnian F. Kelley and family of Pembertnn street will spend the summer at North Scituate Beach. The Rev. A. E. While of tho First Universalist Church will preach in the Northavenue Universalist Church tomorrow morning. The law firm of Brown & Alger has been dissolved by mutual consent, and Mr. Alger will continue in the practice of law with Mr. Alpheus B. Alger, at 23 Court street. A neighborhood party on Cambridge Heights including members of the Dresser, Mason, Jennings and Wyeth families aud others, visited Mr. Newell Wyeth, at Needham, on the 17th. They went in one of the handsome Cambridge railroad barges. The second annual dinner of the B. D. Debating Club to...

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Cambridgeport. Reception to a Former Pastor. Dedication of Grace M. E. Church. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Trouble in the Electric Light Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Cambridgeport. Reception to a Former Pastor. Dedication of Grace M. E. Church. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Trouble in the Electric Light Company. Another instalment of the Frozen Truth is expected next week. Hon. J. Warren Merrill Is at bis residence on the Neck, at Manchester-by-thc-Sea. Oscar 9. and Wallace A. Tobey will spend the summer at tbe Wentworth House, Newcastle, N. H. Rev. E. X. Chandler ocoupied the pulpit at the Dudley-street Baptist Church, Boston, list Sunday afternoon. There will be a reception to the Young People's Alliance at the house of Rev. W. H. Thomas next Thursday evening. The floral concert which was to have taken placeal the Broadway Baptist Church tomorrow evening, has been postponed one Week. There will he no evening preaching service at the Wood Memoiial Church until September 4. A social meeting In the chapel will take Its place. In the Superior Court, this week, the Ruse boy. who stole $1400 from Mr. W. H. Crocker and ran away to Chicago, was sentenced to the ...

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East Cambridge. Representative Perkins and the Salary Grab. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

East Cambridge. Representative Perkins and the Salary Grab. First street has been newly graded and rolled during the past week. TJMrs. Stephen Day of Cambridge street will sail for Europe next monih. Dr. Hooker, now located in Ward Five, is to take an office with Dr. Lattimer and' divide his time between North and East Cambridge. - There was a strawberry fe tival at the East Cambridge Baptist Church, Thursday evening. Singing, recitations and a general gortfl lime were enjoyed. Mr. William L. Lockhart and a party of friends made a trip to Marblehead, last Sunday, In bis yacht Alice. The high seas prevented a trip over to the fishing grounds, which bad been anticipated. Mr. Albert Lockhart and Mr. George Howard left, Monday evening, for New York, to attend the annual convention of the New England casket manufacturers. They arrived home last evening. During the past week the Cambridge Railroad Company has had a large gang of men at work laying new rails on Cambridge street, which ride...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, T f rtr -.JHtVwd Square, Cambridge" REAL ESTATE AGENT. OIHSRIDGE PKOPKBIT ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Bar. yonr property plsced on my list Immediately, (v lam in a porition to $kov> and dirtet patnmt to an* pldct in th, city. Building Lot. for sal. In Ihe mat desirable locations. HOUSES EOR SALE* HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY Should take with them a box or two of our delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, For sale by all Orooors, and Sl* rh.i-n CEf.niB.R4X 33 & 35 ELM STREET, •flLt Uur Stores, 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sunday, from 7.30 to 0 A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. A. Hartley & Go. CARPETS Draperies & Shades. ■ flllfEl I Wilton e 1 T C P"' r Yard, LUWtLL Carpets, t) I. I 0 Worth *2.35 A special collection of low-priced Carpets for your country or seaside home. I nilfCl I Brussels A 4 fin per Yard. LUWtLL Carpet...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

INFALLIBLE YEAST pure. Powder The Original Making Po*der. Over 40 years unrivalled for strength, purity and reliability. Absolutely tree from adulterations. Mover falls to nnike I'ght and delicious bread with only half THR yUANrnv of other powders. Is perfectly healthiul. The Best Is always the Cheapest. I'KKMTON ft MKRIIIIX, MHimf»< I urers, Itoh ton, Mush., V. H. A BERRY'S PATENT HAMESi ®M Fire Departments, Horse B Yk Railroads, Express ■ W reams, Hacks and J IB Light Carriages. Ml illar and haines being Arsm HLI hiihilii'il, ran be renmvea quickly wltimnt taking oft B txsSW IB e»ei the head, ss In the 9 ft old style. Msnulsotor*. at 7S Haylston Street, Cambridge. Th. proprietor heyi.g every facility for th. lilacs-null I. aud vis.'iib.lsi Business, i. ready to ex. emite p rem oil v n ret class work at r» asouable prices

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THE NEW YORK EDITORS. Their Day of Pleasuring as the Guests of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

THE NEW YORK EDITORS. Their Day of Pleasuring as the Guests of Cambridge. Members of the New York Press Aasncla- , tlon, with their wives and d milliters, to the ' number of ninety, were entert lined in Camabridge on Wednesday by His Honor Mayor William E. Russell, and a commit tee of the city council, aided by the publishers of the j Cambridge papers, aud a number of public- I spirited citizens. The committee lrom Ihe aldermen was made up of General E. W. ninc»v Mr. J. O. Ball, and Mr. J. W. Coveney. The common council was represented by its president, Mr. John H. Corcoran, and Mr. Warren Sanger, Mr O. H. Durrell, Mr. Warren Ivers, Mr. Franklin W. Haynes. and Mr. William S. Shannon. City Messenger Francis L. Pratt was. as he always Is on such occasions, the efficient and genial master of ceremonies. The New York Press Association Includes the editors of most of the leading newspapers in the Empire State, outside of New York city. Its officers for the presen. year are: President, Mo...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

Folder & liii'ioiit ere doing tbe plumbing and furnace work In Mrs. Hal ward's new house on Cherry street, Somerville. Try Thorndike's delicious root beer and soda and be thirsty i,o longer Saveua exods Iv washing blankets.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

The Proposed New H. ft L. House on Portland Street. T t We herewith present a front view of the proposed Tstfel new hook and ladder bouse to be erected on Portlsnd IT^ street. It will be built of brick, the outside courses / \ to be of Sand's best quality of carefully selected bard / \ 'brick or others equally good. Longmeadow freestone / \ trimmings will be used. The material throughout II I \ required by tbe specifications to be of the best. The / \ outside dimensions of the building will be 38x82 fee*. Jr \^ The apparaius room will be 34x50. The hull on the V|. second flow will be 14x34 feet. On the| same floor will \\l ' be a reception room, two chambers, two bath-rooms and two large dormitories. It will be noticed Ihat I ■■■ j iFtFF the bulld'ng is a double one, and will accommodate pWTPJrP' two pieces of apparatus. The plans were drawn by V=Architect Fogerty. Bids have been received for build- Ws _- H Ing the house and j the lowest Is In the vicinity of = $14,500. As there is ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887

By 11. LIBBET & SON, Auctioneers. MORTGAGEE'S SALE Of Real Estate on Hubbard Avenue, North Cambridge. Pursuant to the power of sale contained In a certain mortgage de<-d, given by Richard Ma tin to (lie New England Hrlek tympany, dated October first, A. D. 1872, and recorded In Middlesex South Dli-trlot Deeds, llbro 123**. folio 468, afterward* aligned by said New Ei g'and Hrick Company to William Po» Rtchardeou and Robert M. Morse, Jr. trustees, by ilet-d dated A. rfl 29,1879, and recorded wltb aid Deeds, hbro 1008, folio 14, and then a-slgned by saul irus'ees Ui Henry Enieisnn by deeu dated April 18, HOT, dn*y recorded, will be sold at pnblcauoilon. f r bteaon of tbe c ndltlons or the said mortgage, ou Nminilty, >ho 9ih day of July next, at *f o clock m the afternoon, on tbe (.r**H)iiir.ii, a cor lain parcel of I Mm), with the build lug. iheieon, situated tn Cambridge, iv the County of Mi-ullesex and t'ommonwetlth ot ,Ma-sachuseit«, comptMng hit n...

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