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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Cycling. Getchell will ride In the three-mile 0-10 class, and in the two-mile handicap races at Lynn on the Fourth. The Cambridge Bicycle Club has called a run foi tomorrow. They will leave at O.liO, riding to Downer Landing, and dine at the Rose Staiidish House. A pleasant run is anticipated. Twelve members of the Cambridge club enjoyed a ride to Sharon lasl Sunday. Upon arriving at Cobb's Tavern, where it was intended 10 take dinner, to their horror it was discovered that ttie Somerville club bad visited that famous hostelry ahead of them, and the famishing riders were obliged to continue their ride to the Massapoag House on|Lake Massapoag, where an excellent dinner was served. George W. llean. William T. Roop, Frank E. Carman, and Kdward ('. Himeoii, members of the Cambridgeport Bicycle iliilt, rode to Worcester and returned last .Sunday, tlie cyclometer registering at the finish just ninety-two miles. The route was through Brighton, Newton, Wellesley, Natick, Framingliam, Southb...

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Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Lacrosse. The team which Is to play on Boston Common on the Fourth for the city of Boston prizes has liceu practising very haul of late. The Cambridge team has been greatly strengthened by the addition of Mr. Charles 11. Clary of Krie street, who, as an all-round player, has no equal.

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Adjutant General Dalton and family arc at the Kockland House, Nantasket Beach, where they arc to remain during the warm weather. The nlll.'are of the Fifth Infantry have decided to make Ihe coming camp a "dry" one. Their friend, in the other organizations will have to double their aupply under these olrcumstnncea.— Rnston HrraUl. If this Is all the encouragement you can offer, Brother 8., silence would be preferable. 'Ihe nineteenth anniversary of Charles Heck Post 58, (J. A. R., was observed on Monday evening by a musical and literary entertainment, furnished by the Memorial Quintette Club. After the entertainment, refreshments provided liy the ladles of tho relief corps were served to tlie guests. At the meeting of the Signal Corps, First Brigade, Wednesday evening, Lieutenant Charles 11. Cutler, its commander, was presented with a set of twelve photographs, Illustrating life in camp, which wero taken by WJlllncy on the field. The photographs were ar...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

I.e. L. Power, 'can be hired to paok furniture aud has also aooommod.tlon. In hi. large new bnlldlng for storage, 30 Uoylntou street, Cain, bridge.

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

SPITZ BROS, 4 HOI. IMPORTANT. Our Entire Wholesale and Retail Stock of MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S FIZNTE CLOTHING MUST BE SOLO. Until the close of the season we shall offer UNAPPROACHABLE BAR GAINS OF NEW AND DESIRABLE SPRING GOODS, stylish and petfeot fitting, at wonderful reductions. Men's All Wool Suits, $6.00 AND $8.00. "Tailor Made" Suits, $10.00. Strictly All 'Wool, honestly made and trimmed, in Light and Dark Mixtures, and were manufactured to sell for 912.00 and 915.00. We consider them the most attractive bargain in 91000 Suits ever sold. BOYS' DEPARTMENT. SAILOR SUITS, - - $2.00. VACATION SUITS, - $2.60. (\UEI> 4 TO 14). Wa W'uiM respectfully nsk all outU-mtn, whether they buy or not, to look at our Suit*, as we know they will pletue you. Kveryihtng In stock lit* advertised. Spitz Bros. & Mork, 508 WASMNGTON STREET, 5 BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. JULY 4th, 1887. TWELFTH ANNUAL Temperance Celebration AT LAKE WALDEN. Tho following Ulent will Appear In Thre...

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

THK EXHIBITION OF MUNKACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST BEFORE PILATE WILL OPEN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. RED CEDAR POSTS AND POLES, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, {OREGON PINE GUTTERS, The Most Durable Wood Known, t Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THE SAME PBICE SAWED WHITE I KIIAH, BDKHAKBB TUB MUST 111 K,VHLK|AJiII LOWEST PBIIKD KIIIM.LK KNOWN. 1 [SHAVEDICYPRESS^SHINGLES. All of the above goods can be found only with us. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. WILLIAM H. WOOD & CO.. Broadway and Third Street, - - - Cambridgeport. SMITH BROS. & CARTER, LITTLE FRESH POND ICE, OFFICE-CRESCENT AVENUE, NORTH CAMBRIDGE. MONTHLY RATES.-15 lbs. dally, per month, and Office" commencingin May.—ls lba. dally, from $2.00; 20 lbs. daily, per month, $2.50; 25 lbs. daily, May to Oct. 1. 59.1M1; 20 lv». daily, (rom May to per month. $3.00. Monthly rates apply to all not Oct. 1, tll.On; 215 lba. daily, May to Oct. 1,113.00. i t...

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At City Hall. The Board of Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

At City Hall. The Board of Aldermen. / ; 4 «(l',i|i4.nMendoii( wjj held Wpdnesdity evening; absent, Jleßsrs. Butohllii and QoMweJl. ' r . j 'Die Pilfer for; Hm» rp'nbvai *f trees In 'royerweatherStreet aud Western avenue cume up for a hearing by apeeial ABllgn. ivientVWtti' r«ao'n.'fr^ft ,, «ppe'a'ffti^'kui 'inattor waicjimtionimiued ki the couuiiiitte on loads ami bridges. "The committee on tire department reiiorted that the appr'iliriKtioiijiLiJiUPO fur 1 nesrCTooknßQ aaaparTtrlcff \jSJse on ■portlaiiu sireet' wasTrisufßeient To build (he house which had been planned. The ive(iinuieudatiuu .«»« tnaile Inr ai) ejttrji prlalioii of $3000, and that the sum he taken fres? the appropriations fur furnishing and enlarging the Latin School ($2(100), and from the ordinary expenses of llie tire department ($1000). Orders wwe adopted in? the transfers, and appropriating fUjs sum to the new hook and ladder Uuuse '|»ccnu! t. '■ \L .' \V. J. c ullivan pot it ii.mjd for* brick *%- i'talk'Dß Perr...

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An Old Landmark to be Demolished. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

An Old Landmark to be Demolished. The old dwelling on Mt. Auburn slreet, known as the Hastings house, and now owned by Hubert U, Sands, Is soon to be demolished ami a don bin house oioel.sl in lis place. Thinking that the facts in regard 10 this old landmark would ha of Interest to on TffißdeJ With ft* M ljplted biinsiaeralile'.inWitld,''lii- J,|pn % rtgard.tpll, llWi itwi* nbottekrjpwi. ,A deed if cmvevaiice *'aH shown j|ft'e Yenorter, jjS vhicli Wriam, S. ITas'tfugs and Vhiflejj ''C. teirs add assigns, a certain farm which .ram ■on! in in-il more than one hundred acres,' »HH rlWfnihg House, bhrri, alld' •Bt%W uildings, for llic'tram- of : «r50<». The 'was'drawn vt William" J. Whipple"! Esq., 1 'justice"ttf Ihe'lieace,' VoVembee 2." lB37.'"'»?"llHafti B.'Hotl Whaiies" O. 1 P."BaSU .inge'verti-thf *'■*« of Beth' Hastings,••#» it oire"tlhite rebreSeriteitrlils district 1 la" tW United 'States'SenatJa," arid Itls km"**'that he eatirte waSC'lnfhe Httstlngs'TarlHlyuKt east ou...

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THE RIVERSIDE BOAT CLUB Banquet in Honor of the Successful Crew, Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

THE RIVERSIDE BOAT CLUB Banquet in Honor of the Successful Crew, Monday Evening. The originator of the Idea of tendering a complimentary banquet to the victorious Riverside crew in llie lVth of Julie regatta, #nd the four gentlemen associated wiili him In carrying file plan into operation, saw a most successful and auspicious consummation of their 'undertaking at Austin Hall im Monday evening. Tlie event Hits another illiisu-atlutijlf tn< fraternal feeliiig exisunu' amoifg ihn luna'eiiriiarWiieii iv this vH'iuilv. and of tlieir deep interest in tlie welfare of boating, lit mspMiiae to vnr Umpired -Hi vital ions scni o6tviilnuit rtglitygeiithniieii were present. Among the guest) were His Honor Mavur AliLrinen Hall, Cove., ney anil Kerlev; rreshieritrlCorcorali, of die comin.lil'Cotfncii; Asslstant'Cliy Clerk iriifnr don; Hon. 11. 0. Houghton; President Waller Stinipson of lAjß.jQlsSowlng As ■OCiatlou; Kugene "luckley, vice president BU' Ihe same organization; James P. Fox,...

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Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Lexington. Tho children of the public schools, nave , :an exhibition of their progress In music at> the Town Hall, M .inlay evening, and did credit to tlieir instructor. The death of George Munroe, Esq., -rern'ives another of Lexington's most useflil and piinlio-splrlted olttzens, He Im lln Ul' many positions of trust und responsibility in tfie town and will be greatly mistmd.. James Mullen, a w6ikman'employed on the foundations of Mt«s cinr.i Uiirrlugton's new house, whs 6augtlt ulider a heavy stone bn WoiUiesday and one leg wis so crushed ' thai it had 10 he anipmated (it thu chuseiis (leiieinl Hospital. I Tlie excursion of the Field and Garden,,' Club to VVllbihi N. 11., on .Sitiuilu.v, ,(v*s (jnjoyed by about seventy-live pcs 111*, who Iftnme h >me laden wilh ihe iniiuiitain laurel. As usual. .Mr. an I Mrs. Geoigtl O. W'liilliiii mild* the party welcome lit tlit-lr, , home 1 here. • ~ ~. • , The l.iun ii.irly anil sale for the benefit of the "fresh uir fun ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Ma."ra. Mnwciol W. Spurr Si Op, nf Beaton', who are (he New Knglaii.l agaiiU'for die eeleliriite.l X- K-. S".p, r. cico'cc. ai! woo lire niiablel to Ui,il the K-.K.c S.mp td -.m.l them a enrd tor Inforiiiatlnit. ' ■ : ' '• ■'■ J Ll_i •• Ml Ilelclier, the caterer, furnlah.lt refretttinenft. for I'ltllil aioc-Hcls 1111 ciaa, Uil}, le-altlea umntterlucMi fltlu-r , „'i.' laiccnc. Mr. John Parry an. Ol « of Folgrr * Dnpont'a Bora lleaur furn.Ci. in bis near lioiiae on .North ftrenUH. Siirena cxcela In waclnng bianketa.

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

HORACE 'i ARTMDdir * CO., FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. Wfrr- - - -+- -Tt j rtH I r'lTl Ir li 'i' l "' nkw cam ridge i- » rival i ir t j celebrated PearleM, Climax and t.'harnnl u—Ka*"r itfs hi lUrvuril md other Colleger anil Willi leading Cluba-ttiruiigb'jat tbe Uimrtrf. HORACE PARTRIDGE & CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. JOIWtF.ittrBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Hitrvtiril SqimrA,' " "' J -I*ll j - - •- " - • •*•* - Will be happy to serve tbone who are so uu fortunate as to require thu nil of nieitlelne. He an<lertakeo,tUMtr.blis pr«yara,tioiif ihrJJJLbfl correctly, made'Af ptlre stimi ir<l mat-ruibt mid dispensed by careful asjUtaute. All tbo " i POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Or tbe day will be ..14 .a lay a. uny resectable dealer can allohl lo'bandle iliem. I Hewoald reoommenil bis own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA OINOEK as being what It uretende to be, wlib<cut ail'i.liiuri-. WII.KV'S (lIHMIK Kl.lllVKK OI.YCKHWr, UIII'IN t-» übaiowil hands. - ELIX...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

M fit 1 ' If. II*! '/!*"■?!} I,". ") m I |, . ' . 1...',. I 1c ■c the WomerK, r , <df Wm Kuntiry Wi: Weir thirteen ittiUion cakes of , Soa P in l 886? ; j; ~,," r ' Bu? a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

AVcn have ri-niove.l I o more el ntrtillc, 10. | cated aud ciouuiitOloua pmnUe., 53 TEMPLE PLACE. Ami iir«' now Knowing °" r tm(i'»rt»tlon* Inr ♦ lie' «en«ou. whlrh IllOludO All thn lHtt*Nt LONDON NOVELTIES. CRECSON & THOMPSON, 1 English Tailors and Importers, 1:n A m inns 3 ANli I, 53 Trtiiple Plaae, Itnatim. Agent f"r WliliakarK Co., 4S('oii<lnit Street,»nd | .ilui 8r05.,;! 01.l Bond Street, Loodou, W. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of Knullsh and American iiianiiracliiiT, willed are made to measure In the correct styles by .skilful workmen.!, at ...|hc cstabllsllllH'lll Of J. B. Mc\LOON & CO., ; TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston, j A. YERETSKY, Merchant Tailor. New Spring (Inocla at (Iraatly Itntliicnil I'rleoa. 63 Cambridge St., Boston. SPRIPJOODSr ' All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston St refit, Cambridge. V JatMSTMAH, 8 * 0 Medina liuil.llnif, Weal 5..,,,imv111. . Tb...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

:", mm j;; Window Shades, etc. H Ir •'■',',■'. >Oe« «£ lh„ large.t' co'lleellima nf 'll,o '.Wivb'RnMa eSn ii *« tjuin M eur'mil and Slenai* at.**, wliiT.l «ieryooß- • i ii.. ling -<J ~;*..* for ihe .elaotliia of noieta I. altared, n ,„,,ii mi ftfij S afaWlop given to tbe tUrmSibtng ol'Ptlvat* 'Kail." " 'Vwjfi JWvOcßiXXKffl RflPw KjUmahja Ulren if deaiiod, and oju>|*>leui laeu Milt, U,.--•■■lPlilrSP fit/ Wst ' LOVVEgT CASH PRfCES. "';.''"•'•' The Boston Wall Paper Co., .-■■.' t ,'t,".'.„, .:■ ' '■' ' uiillin, .A...,, . ■~,„\., f&BZZF!rl*zx .;•... wm.^PPß^| r 'tWrfH>«llfr/'•;•;>; f MSmWESS mma^^ Should be Considered in Purchasing ''but, uafnrtiMmUly, W'Y' i without Cftanrti to 'alt Dear' lb O*toh"the, tmblfa!"' 'A lniiif, jn prin't'M ;-. us thlt tfral,-c 1 auk ply* riN-th the^filler' aittl purofcjtwrv' ,', ' >' dunMlng stock of furniture .ano carpets t;H.H li now iaomplet* and, w«, are, qftarimj F...

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Real Estate. T Building-Permits. I [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Real Estate. T Building-Permits. I The following peijniti have been issued from the office o( superintendent of build606—Mrs. Addle J. Raymond, corner Lambert ami Richdale avenu s, Ward Five, wooden dwelling, 27x21); Joseph Miller, architect. .„ , 697—Joseph Miller, Fairfl»ld street, Ward Five, wooden dwelling, 27x30. 698—Charlts S. Hanks. 37 Porter street, Ward Three, wooden dwelling, 10x22; William S. Dovkd, builder. 699—William Brewster, Riedesel avenue, Ward One, brick museum, 43x46; A. J. Currle, builder. 700 —E. N. Nlles, Walnut avenue. Ward Five, wooden dwelling, 47x35; M. J. Drown, architect; Albert Nutria & Co., builders. 701—-Daniel Walsh, 3d Huntinir street, Ward Two, i .wouilsp duelling, M Mahau, builder. ' 702—P. J. Hughes,. 10 BroadwaVj Ward t Two, BVicjt ad Fill m,-2Qx5O; -BonaFd Me-_ Donald, ouilder. 703—Club house (R. T. Palne, president; 9. P7 Morgan," treasurer;) ~Mi.> Arrrrtrrn atre»t, Ward Oii'e, wooden bujldji*. 48. ft. 0 in. by 39 ft.; J...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

- "On Boyfston' street, near \llp bridge, a large brick buildiug measuring.about 30x50 feet, has just been built by Mr. James Ell ott. and consists of a brick block standing in an isojffted position. This situation will preVMUMpuildlllg from catching on fire from M»|fji»jlijr. Ji'iilling, while the materia I of .■-#nTel*9t:is built renders it substantially ilWi-pwaifr The windo'.vs arc provided with t'Moi\, Amtcrs, and l everything combines to iuSkß if most secure. There is a very wide doorway on the iirou- d level so that wagons OU 0* driven right in. The plans for tlie UMldidg were drawn bt W. P. Wentworlh and thebuilder was MT N". Steams. . On th» new street which is being opened between Lansdon and Shepard streets. Mr. Clianes H. Beardsley is frectllig ». large bouse meaaurli.g 41x29 feet, wi'h an ell, 10x28 feet The house will contain in all twemj;fji* rooms, consisting of four flats of six rooms each, each rl n being entirely sep- , araie. with all tbe different conveniences./...

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