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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
LUIMOH BISCUIT, Square at J. H. WYBTH'B, M. B. JONES'S, snd other store..: Bread. Cake, and Pastry At Our Stores. 33 *35 elm street, * 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Open Sunday, from 7.30 „ 9 A. M. 106 RIVER «".. CAMBRIDGE. THURSTON &amp; HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. PROVISION'S t PROVISIONS I THE , "MIDDLESEX" Buy direct from drat bands—no middle men's profit. JKe are now the Largest and (lest Equipped Market In Cambridgeport, ami WE .MEAN always to keep the front rank in tbe provi.lou business. Pork. Poultry. Fresh Pork Strips 11 cts. a lb. Young Turkeys 16-18 eta. a lb. Park's Home-Mado Sausages 12 " " Yearling Turkeys 12)4 " " Bell's Sugar Cured Ham. '..ft- .. Young Chicken. 1? « « Smoked Shoulders 9" " " Corned Shoulders 8 " '• _*„—-—»*»Jf __ m.Ja. Leaf Lard 9" ■• UannCtt VrOOCISi ■ ■•.-.' '- Tomatoee, 3-lb. can. 10 cts. a can __G6_. Corn, 2 lb. can. io " " Peaches, 3 lb. cans 12% '• " Faco of tbe Bump Roast 15 cts. nib. Hump Steak, best 26 "»" F_*fSS_l. F__&gt;l_ SirlolnSteak...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits''have been issued from the office ofauperinteudent of buildings: 489—William Brewster, Brattle street, corner Itiodesel avenue, Ward One, one wood dwelling, 50 ft. by 50 ft. by 82 ft. 8 In.; Andrews &amp; Jaques, architects; D. W. Power, builder. 490—John Welsh, rear 109 Third street, Ward Three, one wood dwelling, 25x25x10; John Crowley, builder. 491_G. Goepper, corner of Webster avenue and Seckel street, Ward Two, two Wood dwellings, 43x43x42; John Quinn, builder. 492—John J. Coffey, Bay and Franklin streets, Ward Four, wood dwelling, 24x24x85; P. Flanagan, builder. 493— T. D. Sullivan, corner of Prescott and Cambridge streets, Ward One, wood dwelling, 22 ft. by 22 ft. by 31 ft. 0 in.; J. Fogerty, architect; Z. Hayden, builder. 494—John Brooks, Ash street, Ward One, wood dwelling, 47x47x40; Longfellow &amp; Harlow, architects; W. H. Edgett, builder. 496—George W. Stetson, rear 94 Banks street, Ward One, one wood ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Mr. George W. Stacey has sold to Mr. W. P. Hanscom for $1,850 a house and 2,270 feet of land, No. 30 Kinnaird street. Messrs. J. B. Pierce &amp; Sons of Charlestown intend to move their express and teaming business to Cambridge and have leased an.estate on Main street. Mr. Samuel Nash has bought the Highland rink at Hoxbury and will utilize the material in the construction of a large block on State street. Work was begun last week on the new house to be erected on the Brewster estate for Charles Almy, Jr. The house will be large and spacious, and is to be erected on the corner of Brattle street and Kiedesel avenue, opposite the old Kiedesel house, which was recently moved from the corner of Sparks street. The general plan of the house will he as follows: Through a covered piazza one will enter a vestibule and thence through glazed doors a wide hall, measuring 14 feet 2 inches by 17 feet 2 inches. On the right will be the dining-room, measuring 1(1 feet 0 inches by 10 feet 7 ...
The American Woman's Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
The American Woman's Dress. Women have learned to study their own figures and their own coloring; lo settle definitely on what harmonizes and best emphasizes both; and thus it has come I o pass that the American woman Is now, if nigh authority may be trusted, the best-dressed woman In the world. Her skirts may still be too heavy, her waist too small, her sleeves too tight, but this is the tyranny of fashion from which she more and more emancipates herself as time goes on. The day will come when every child will be taught the laws of form and color In their application to dress, and any violation be held as an offense against society, to bo Instantly frowned down. When that day comes, the three essentials we have specified will enter Into every dress. It is equally certain that for many that 'lay li already here. Common sense is one portion of the average American woman's Inheritance. It may be seriously overlaid with prejudices, It may be hampered in Its action by foar of Mrs. Grund...
A Lesson in Natural History. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
A Lesson in Natural History. "I suppose you think you know me, child," said he, "But things are seldom what they seem to be, And your Ignorance I can not but lament. I can give some information For your mental cultivation, If you listen with a mind Intelligent." "O, thank you, sir!" she said In tones polite, Though her teeth they chattered audibly with fright. "Then glvo me your attention," he began, "And please do not grow fidgety— My family la Striaida, And Symium Vinereum my clan. "My customs, I may say, are quite nocturnal, Though my cousins, tbe Nycteas, are diurnal (They are dear but distant relatives of mine). My habits are carnivorous And sometimes Insectivorous, To rodents 1 especially incline. "My »»yes are rathar luminous, I own," lie continued In a meditative tone, "But if it would oblige you, I could wink. My pupils arc dilating, But the lids are nictitating, Which enables me to give my noted blink. "I grlove to say that persons superstitious Abuse me in a manner most m...
Uncle Esek's Wisdom. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Uncle Esek's Wisdom. We stand In our own sunshine oftoner than others do. It 1b the little things that are the most wonder, ful and difficult; It l» possible for bnman enterprise to make a mountain, but Impossible for It to make an oyster. There U nothing so necessary as neeeealty; without it, mankind would hare ceaaod to exist ages ago. The heart gets weary, but never get! old. If a man is right, he can't be too radical; If wrong, be can't be too conservative. Tho silent man may be overlooked now, hut be will get a bearing by and by. Method and despatch govern the world. You can outlive a slander In half tbe time yon can outargue \i. —Uncle Esek, in the Century Magazine.
Curios. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Curios. An estimable lady of tbe Watt Side has had the fortune of three husbands—two having psssed over to the majority. By the drat husband there Is a son; by the second a very bright little daughtwc. One day, while soma lady friend, were lunching "with the mother, the little girl asked: "Mamma, ha. Jack a papa in heaven?" "Yes, darling; hush!" replied mamma. "Here I a papa In heaven?" . "Yes, darling; hu.li!" repeated mamma. After a pause and profound thinking, the little miss added: "Papas don't last long, do they, mamma?"— Yinowine Newt. A woman who keeps a boardtng.house on Lamed street called at police headquarters yesterday te complain that a gentleman boarder had skipped her house, leaving a bill unpaid. "He owes me about 140, and I want him caught," she added."' , "What kind of a person was he?" asked the sergeant. "Well, tbe day before he went away he ottered to marry me to settle the bill. You can judge what cheek he has." "And you refused?" "Yets—no—no, I didn't!" she ex...
A Woman's Wit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
A Woman's Wit. When the dlttlonary of the "Wit of Woman" It compiled, the following must certainly have * *placelnlt: Abby Folsom, a champion platform talker of the old Abolitionist days, had a disagreeable habit of speaking where she waa not wanted or Invited. On one occasion she became so troublesome to the Abolitionists themselves that they resolved not to stand the Infliction of her speech. So three of them—Wendell Phillips ant his brother-in-law, William A. White, and Oliver Johnson—lifted her up In the chair In which ski had planted herself, and carried her out of th« meeting. Hut she raised her voice above th* tumult, and cried out: "I am more honored tha» my Master was; lie was borne on ono ass, and I am borne by three."— ftoston Times.
Another Jeweller. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Another Jeweller. Mr. F. O. Lyon, ffatchmaker and manufacturing jeweller, has taken a chamber at6l3 Main street, posi-oluYo building, Ho intend- to do the moat difllcult and most skilful work lv his business. It In not generally known that only the most ordinary work is done by tho average jeweller; all work requiring skill or experience is generally sent out to SHch artisans as Mr. Ly&lt;«i. Plating of al kIJDCB Is made a specialty of. \ A stock of French and 'American clocks, sllver-waje and goods for sale at moderate proms. Mr. Lyon li well known In Old and North Cambrldges, having worked here for a number of years.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings; Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, no _ the NEW BTOBE on Koylaton St., near Harvard Sq.Just opened by W. J. KDWABDS. ftu will and a large and varU- assortment Just received f ro_ some of the first Houses In Boston, of w_Tp.ners BordersTrlese.. Picture Moulding., Keady Mixed Paints, Varnishes of all kinds. Unseed Japans, Stains, PolTst.ee, Colors Ground In Oil, Colors Ground In Japan, gjj Colors PaliitTarolsn Whitewash, ami all kind's of Brushes. Kelson, finish, Window Glass. Putty. °7a fall line' of wins r * Newton's Tube Colors In Oil ana Water. Colors In Cake., CanTas and Btretchers, Artists' Brushes, Plaoque., Block., Etohlngs and other Papers, J&gt;o not forget to call. W.J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. Plain and ornamental Plastering. Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing. WILLIAM J. HERON, No. 010 MAIN STKKKT, basement Holmes'...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
W. B. HASTINGB A CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY, 89 Cambridge St., East Cambridge. 1 Exchange l'lace, Boston. Office Hours, Huston,l to 3P. M. A. Blaibdell, (our authorised Agent), 478 Somerrille Avenue, Somerville. We are the agent, of the HOLYOKE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. of Salem, with the largest assets of any mutual company In the State. Surplus as regards Policy Holders 16:14,246.04 Dividends on Policies for one year 20 per cent. Dividends on Policies for three years.. .40«ver cent. Dividends on Policies for Aye years.... .60 per cent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, Barns aud Content.. Orders by mail promptly attended to. For the convenience of parties In tbe vicinity, risks taken or any information concerning insurance given at residence, 5 Rns.ell St., North Cambridge, Ma... CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Harvard Souare. insurance placed Id the most desirableoompante. at favorable rates. J. WINNETT &amp; CO., ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
9" Jk^U&lt;sc*su.i!X*, IMPORTANT TO W f HOUSEKEEPERS. —°— The undersigned (with A. W. Watll.s for the past ten H ■ year.) has opened a NEW STOKE at 480 Main Street, where will be found tbe celebrated NEW M ■ ■ &amp; HUB KANOK and General Kitchen Furnishings. ■■ F Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Work will receive prompt "~~Ji( Hi attention. Specialty: Furnace and Range Work. Lsv J- R.~FORTUNE, '^l^____iw : —&lt;__lJfc__ , 480 Miilii Street, opposite Universalist Church Oambrrageport, Sole Agent for New Hub Kaujce, i i-f —— WALL PAPERS, " PICTUKE MOULDINGS, FRIEZES. EXPERIENCED PAPER HANGERS ALWAYS ON HAND. HOUSE PAINTING, FRESCOING, KALSOMINING, WHITENING. Ceilings., Cornices and Woodwork Tinted to Harmonize with Paper Banging!. J. H. A J. P. THAYER d. CO., NEXT DOOR EAST OF CITY HALL. pTCHBURG RAILROAD LUMBER YARDS. J. Sewell &amp; Co., Lumber Dealers, CRESCENT AVENUE, NORTH CAMBRIDGE. PINE, SPRUCE, ASH AND WHITEWOOD LUMBER. Laths, Clapboards, Shingles and C...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
rORREST &amp; PRINCE, * Painting. GRAINING and (IU«IM1. Kalsonilnllia, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, (near Harvard Sq ,) Cambridge, fs—orders for Jobbing ol all kinds sent hy mall or l.ft at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN M. riIBREST. lAMEB A. PRINCE. M. N. STEARNSr CONTRACTING and BUILDING OP EVERY INSCRIPTION, barge Contracts and General Jobbing attended to with equal dispatch. 18 Wallace Street, Cambridge. 80ULE, DILLINGHAM &amp; CO., Pavers and Contractors. Kilgo Stones Sot. Streets. Places, Private Avenues, Sidewalks, and all kinds of Plain and Fancy Paving done promptly. Hoi 7L\ No. 311 lliiwloy Mreet, Uoston, Mass. Piirliciilnr attention given to the con.tructliin of Horse Railroads, O. W. SKULK. 0, JU DILLINGHAM. ALFRED SOULS. H. W. LEACH, MASON, CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, Setting Steam Hollers and Kettles. Also Untitling Bakers' Ovens ami all kinds ol Furnace.. Setting holler, with d arris Patent Furnace a Special ty. ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Savena is sold by all grocers. UNIVERSITY 7 BINDERY, BRATTLE STREET, ETTINSON, E. W. OOK-BINDER, EST WORK. MUSIC, MAGAZINES, PAMPHLETS, Kte, BOUND NEATLY, DURABLY AND AT RKASONAUI.K RATES. Missing numbers supplied. Volumes from nrV vate llbrarlos repaired and ronovated. Sunday Hcliool lilirnrlos robound and repaired in ths Strongest am) best manner at slight expense. (rjr- Mr llettinson will attend personally to all Orders by Mail, Uesldenco, ;I7 Brattle Stroet. WORCESTER BROS., 23 &amp; '25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Healers In ami Manufacturers if FURNITURE CARPETS. Wo liavn received the fall designs of llitrssEl.", TapMTkv and Wool. Uarikts. EASY CHAIRS, ALBO RIIO3, DESKS, OHIFFOHIERB, LOUNGBB, PARLOR, CHAMBER AND lIININO ROOM I'IIKNITURII. SHADES AND DRAPERIES MADR TO ORDKK. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRINt PROMPTLY DONE.
Spring Clothing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Spring Clothing. Tbe announcement of the moat respectable clolhIng house In Boston deserves more attention than an ordinary advertisement. Nothing Is ever stated by them In public print that Is not fulfilled. Tbe fact that they have always kept faith with the public is one of the secrets of their success. While they do not claim to sell better goods cheaper than anybody else, It Is known by their patrons that the clothing Bold by them is made from, carefully selected fabrics, Is of the newest patterns, and lainadeby skilful and well-paid workmen, while the price Is only moderate. Every suit Is stamped with the house's Individuality, and, If worn for years, will retain Its shape and finish. The stock offered for the present s.sson Is one of tho best ever produced by the hou.e. Spring overcoats from the newest things In English ami other foreign fabrics; morning coat suits of tbe most durable material in neat stripes snd Indl.tlnct check.; celebrated wool miitures In business sack sui...
An Alderman in a New Role. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
An Alderman in a New Role. Alderman P. Allen Llndsey has given up his connection with the tailoring business and Intends to devote his full time and energies hereafter to Bis new calling, that of deputy sheriff and auction•or. Tim Triih.-ni: does not need to say much In recommendation of Mr. Llndsey, as he I. too well known for that, and likewise It would seem like throwing away words and space to urge our readers lo place their favors In his hands, as of course they will do that any way. Mr. Lindsay's offices, as will be seen from his card In another column, are at 113 Main street, Cambridgeport, and 2.1 Court street, Boston.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887
Just received pensteamship Catalonia, 102 dozen lannis caps for students, 20 pieces of Hhkll.li striped laniiel for line tennis for athletlos. As we bare enlarged our manufactory wa have the best facilities for making all kinds of atlilotlc. sporting and tennis goods. J. F. Noera, Harvard street, Cambridge. A person's stature many times Is a source of annoyance; In doing some things one may tlnd that he It too tall or too short. It Is, however, Immaterial to Mr. H. William Tupper. the artist photographer and manager of Pacn Bros.', studio on Stain street, what size or figure a person may be, as he can produce a photo 7 that will be sure to please and that will be elegantly finished. Tbe Cambridge man, young or old, who buys bis spring hat at Parker's, 278 Washington street, Boston, gets a good bargain every time. Mr. Parker selects Els goods with taste and skill, gives his customer the best styles, and makes his price tbe lowest possible that a good article can be sold at.