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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Special Announcement. — i — t-i ; , ■""" W, would call the atteutl'in of the building jiuhllo lo oar un»qhalled.aMortmeot of FINISH LUMBER. And al.o to our facllltle. for drying and keeping dry our extensive aud varied stock of Fine Hard Woods, Floor Boards, Etc. * * *»• fOur patron, can alw.y. f..l aerated "f I)KY LBMBEK bou*lit_of .»• BEING UKY. in th. Mattel ol irl'-eB wear» iv a uoaltlon to meet tie market and shall do sec A call at our yard., 3ta Muln .treet, will couvlnoe you of tbe'eorrectne.. of our statement. .•&gt; j Very trply yours, ,; GEO. W. GALE, Cambridgeport. " . . "T -. _- . , , ■ Ansel Xavier, CARRIAGE PAINTER, •19 Main St., opposite &lt;sKefry. ; (/minus FiioiirTbY Sr nxntifPro. Work done In a satisfactory manner and at a reasonable price. r M. F. TRACY &amp; SOnT flanint? amt -JXrouttiing - :■£ MILL. OF DOORfI, SASHES, DOOB AND WINDOW FRAMES. Kiln-dried Lnmber for Sale: Pine, Walnut, Ash, •Obeiiy,-ttalr-aw4- White wiwaV-Alw -Slpraear llmd...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Desirable Property FOR SALE. Mr. Charles R. Tibbett*. b-dng about to go to California to rooiilt-, offers bit Kesldenre, HorneK, (nrr la ?»•«., Furniture, Ice Privilege and Ice House for sale at a bargain. Tbe House, li iltuat-d Mt ih« corner of M**ad ltr*t*t »»'i Cojruwtslleveuue, *n&gt;l number*') 30 Mead nr.'i'i; contains ten inoiin- (ii eluding, bath-'oom), furna- c, cemented cellar, y,nm, s&lt; ap« ■ ah k In 111 tell ii, U'tubro'-in whb soapvtone tubs, water el&lt;»&gt;et In c-liiT. kltcbHii ranno, and all t e conveniences that could be aektd fur; witb 4 500 feet of laud Tbe Furniture aoneints of many deilrable pieces of modern design. A Is- to be soldi A Lot of ijand, in llie rear of ffi- hour*!', I'tiirHiniiiji 15,0*10 tt-et. on which is rituated a nheil ami sianle, with acc&lt;&gt;mm■•dtijpaf for S'lvbh imr-'K; iiru-ri'iiii well on premie*. s-V'T:il horses, barnes-en and carriages are locluited In th ■ property for cale. The Ic...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
PAPER JXANGINGS, PAIM 18, ARTISTS' MATKItULLB, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Window Class. — j}^* Fall linos of the above, In new and fresh goods, can be found at the atore of the underaigned, —- -— — — '•— ■— riEBT-OLASB WORK SOLIOITED AW) B*TIBFAOfIOH GUABAHTBIDrHOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, KALSOMINING, AND INTERIOR DECORATING.; _~ 21 al; . ; W.J. EDWARDS, 16 AND 22 BOYLSTON ST., HARVARD fIQ, CAMdfUDeB. SHOP 16. - STORE Mj s&amp;&lt;fz&amp;j J&amp;tz&lt;?tjxl-c&amp;', All Roofing, Jm h *ve a |)flj And Uairanteei Satisfaction. 7 * ROOf. Being wllli 11. F. PEAK fur eluht years (during the Ki.reman), I am well recommended liy carpeuten. s l .. —*m*—*A iluiliiere kii.l Arc|iiloem. ( patronage solloltaal, .. j^^J^— Mill StToBt, foot flolyoko, Garobridge, i ' ' '. i ■....■■'' ™- E. W. EMERSON, GLAZING, nniTQP PATIHTPH P Ap ER GRAINING nUUOL liillllLli, HANGING, anj 211 North Avenue. North Cambridge. m~U ! •■■ I' Estimates Furnished....
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
J. J. BHEDD, r l-.y.~AM&gt;'. GLAZIER. Shop—ls7% Norih Aye. Keeldenoe—4 Whit* Street. Tbe B.ac a or. dove voder my on mperrt.ton In every case. * T" ~TT H Scoi PAINTERS, ■J js.o.d.g.i.H 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport . .11, ',' ' — rH-r —'li ' ~* J') HOP ME A riMTAI.. - House Fwterflng^ PAPICK HANGING an ■if iUfcrtfaAl W«, 3 SHrsent t.. North Cambridge. Can refer to some of U}« bast people lv Werd 3. ~)r whom J have worked, (LEO. 0. DANFORTH, ' TJffatnlriif.'Gnalliig, Wliltetiitig,"KnUdinrniiig, Tinting and Paper Hanging. \ Shop,. No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. PflnBKT &amp; PAIHCE, fiSftfogs Painting, . OBAixiN'i »mi (U.AZ.iPjd. Kalaomanin*;, Wlilienlng anil Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near.HarVard Hq.,) Uinibraig.; for jobbing of all klmla sent by mall or left at tha ahnp will be promptly attended t&gt;&gt;, and neatly dona. JOHM 11. FOBUKBT JAMES A. PRINCE. ALFRED D. WACCANN, Interior Painteri Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE', KESinRNOB, *S Chapman Plane....
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. July 1 finds seven societies occupying the new hall In Central square. There will be no meeting of Local Branch No. 84, O. I. H., next Monday evening. Brother' Alliert E. Hill, secretary of Friendship Lodge, I. (). O. F., Is summering at his cottage at Ilyannis. The newly elected officers of Victor Lodge will be installed in the new hall, Central square, on July 13. A good lime may be expected. D. D. G. P. Smith visited the Weymouth Canton of Patriarchs, Wednesday evening, and gave much valuable instruction to that new body. Mrs. Sarah E. Dowsing of this city was elected to fill the office of left hand assistant at the last meeting of Irving Lodge N". 4, I. O. O. F., of Boston. Tbe Grand Lodge, Knights of Honor, of Massachusetts, is arranging for a grand mass meeting of members of the order from all over the State, to take place at Melville Garden, Duwner Landing, August 10. Cambridge Associates No 9, Northern Mutual Relief Association, met In the office of ...
The Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
The Electric Light. CAMBRIDGE, July 1, 1887. BDITOB CAUBRIDOH Tkiiiink: Aa your edition of dune Sffth ci malned a curd algned by certain dlrectora of tbe Camhtidgn Hectrle Light Company, and areaking of Mr. Mullikeii'H eftlolonVf a* atiperliitetident Ol the Cnmhrtiiga BletitriO Light Oni party In a dllptroglflg way, *e will) t&lt;» eiprrlfl our continued coiifldonce in him and hla iimnagoment of the coin|any*H ntTnira, a«&gt; far aa be baa been allowed to managt them; mi d w add beh.w the opinion, on the HMltfl poliitt., of tbe New Xi glaml Weaton Klectrie Light Company, who** iji« tern we aro uning in Cambtidge, anil which, we think, apeaka for Itfclf. JOHN R. Itl'ltClKSH, A, J. AI'I'I.sCUATK, iMrectora,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
BOSTON, June 30, 1887. MFSBHB. A. J. API'MWAtS AM' .1. Bi IInKOKNfI, DIKIOTOIU CAMIIRIIOK KI.KITHIC LldllT COMPANY: Gentlemen—ln reply to your inquiry In relation |to a raid In tho Cambridge Tflbnue of June BSlfa# reflecting on efilrl. ney of Mr. X. 11. Mulllknn 10All capacity M i-upeiliiteinlent, and after rending that card wh cheerlully mate that aaide from pernonal eMetm of Mr. MuMlken, we conalder Ida management of the affair*, '-f ymir company, from what we know of it, au&lt;li an t»&gt; fully Jualify our unchanged belief that aa lar an lie lallowed to act, we may nalely OOlDßlll to blm Ihe reimtatton of our ay-tenia In Cambridge, in tbe conviction that they will receive full Jmatce at hla banda. Youra very truly, Tiik Niw Knola.ni&gt; WfaTo.N ICHOTBiq Light Company, Airmutw Roßstiov, TfMii
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
William I*. Holt, of 14 Church street, hait lately completed the nelntlng hdi! Interior flnlah ol the large house of Samuel Hatcbelder, corner Milliard anil Itrattle ttraeta. 1 bit In a if""* ai-eclmen ol Ml work, which !■ alwaya promptly and well done, him! guaranteed to give aatlifacil.-n. Mr. Holt ban Juat painted the handatanri on Old Cambridge Common, a* hla contribution to the aerlra of concert* now In progrear Hav.na Is Invaluable for ti.un&gt;' claanlng
Nathaniel B. Fisk. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Nathaniel B. Fisk. Rev, Nathaniel 11. Flsk, pastor of Grace Church, was horn in Ahiiotsfotd, I. i)., March I, 1848. In 1800 he entered tho New Hampshire Conference Seminar;, where be graduated, laklrig Immediately thereafter tlie theological course at the boston University, from which he graduated in inti. He was ordained a deacon in the M. X. Church at I,vim, April 11, 157.1. and an elder at Sprlngnehl, April 11,1875. He lias occupied stations in the New England Conference since 1871, all llis pastorales being of tho full limit of three years. He has raised 44',;.Ikhi for church-building purposes before coming to Cambridge, where he has energetically eanied forward the raising of funds. Iv 1873 Mr. Fisk was married to Miss Catherine Gillespie, who has labored with him earnestly in tho gospel. In in~s, Mr. Kisk enjoyed a protracted vacation iv Europe, visiting Scotland, England, Heluitiin, Switzerland, Germany, Prussia, and Italy. Ile Is actively interested in the work of the Chauta...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
The Temperance Orders. The various seciet temperance organisations have been Invited lo be present at tlie Temple Hall meeting tomorrow evening. Mr. .lames Hicks has received the appointment 6f district deputy in charge of District No. lof BusfoH. He will assume his duties at once. Tim name, of Dr. James A. Dow was aihhil to ihe membership roil of Unity Temple No. in, I. o. &lt;i. T., at tlie meeting Tuesday evening.
Spitz Brothers & Mork. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Spitz Brothers &amp; Mork. 'this enterprising firm l« offering meat bargains, to close out 111. Ir aiirliu; stock of lino goods. Their "tailor iimde" suits for ten dollars an l a most .inactive baigalu, S. X. Sinllli, at 101 North avenue, offers' dry foods ami dressmaking, button hole Hn.l seam itltohliig, eonfeoili y ami stationery, ai low prices. I.ami parties Supplied with Chinese lanterns, sellers; and tfrnumla ilecoralcd by l.cc. 1,. Powers, Mi itoylslon street.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
MARRIAGES. Cill,l,lNS-COOKK-In this illy, '.'stli nil., by Rev. llenrge A. Tewksbury, William S. Collins to Harriet .VI Oonke, belli or Salem. O'IIKIKN--McI.KI.I.KN -Sglh nil., hy Rev. N. II Klsk. Silas O'llrlen to Minnie M.il.ellen, both nf Uarnbridge. ,IIINKs—SUA W-111 Homer.llie,B3d nil., by Rev. A. R. Nlebo s, Benjamin n. Jonas 10 Ktta J, Shaw both of Souirrvllle. .
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
OVERMAN WHEEL 00. Virtnri BICYCLES. vItLUI i TRICYCLES. Highest Grade Known. Gall and examine if you want the best. OVERMAN WHEEL CO.. 182-188 Columbus Avenue, Boson. DAME, STODDARD &amp; KENDALL, Successors to Bradford &amp; Anthony, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FISHING TACKLE OF HIGH GRADE. SOLE AGENTS FOR SKINNER'S CELEBRATED FLUTED SPOON, AND NASON'S PATENT LANDING NET RINC. Onr stock of ROUS, KKKLS, LINES and other Tackle has never been more complete. Our variety of AKTIPICIAIi XI.IKS Is larger than ever bl fore, comprising all tbe standard patterns for SALMON, TKOIIT and BASS. %S~ OUR 6ti.PAGE_PATALOGUE SENT ON APPLICATION. _^J 374 Washington, opp. Bromfleld Street, Boston, Mass.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
BERRY'S PATENT HAMES, a Fire Departments, Horse Railroads, Express Teams, Hacks and Light Carriages, 'i lie collar ami hemes being nliiicheil, en be rntnovoil quickly without taking- off user the head, »» I" 'he old alyle. Manufactured .1 IS Boyl.ton Htrrrl, Ceinhildg*. The proprietor lis. ng every facility for the lllacksiullli and Machinist llu.liies., Is ready to execute preiuptly II nuxdan work at reasonable prloee.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
COR PLEASURE AND HEALTH * * IN VACATION. Cycling is Unequalled. (olumW \s/////It 11 ®T* •' T ■ 1 ri c ycl€s CONSTITUTE the majority of American riders of firstclass machines. Have ridden around the world. Hold World's Records from 1-2 Jo 24 miles, inclusive. Havfc never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. Poi&gt;e Mfe. Co., 79 Franklin St " Boston - A ~/d » Illustrated Catalogue Free. pURNITURE PACKING •:• "" STORAGE FOR FURNITURE. LEE Xj. POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON STREET. THE CAMBRIDGE FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EMPORIUM. "LOW PRICES, COURTEOUS TREATMENT, RELIABLE GOODS." [ESTAIILIBIIKD 1873.] ROBERT Li. SANDS, MARBLE AND GRANITE CEMETERY WORK, OF ALU KINDS AN*I) IN KVKKY VARIETY. Declgni and Photograph* furnished without cost. KBtlmfltuß Klren for dupllcatea. Correspondence Invited anil promptly answered. MT. AUItUKN STltKl-.T, About tbreo mlnutee' walk from tbe fronteutranca ot Mt. Auburn, And on tbe way from tho Cars to Cambridge Cemetery. ROOP&...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
REPAIRS SUPPLIES. BjJM Patronize JWfflM WESTON Se^m ■s\e t eHsl&gt;llaT«sasl3 HL SUPPLY CO. [j IHfH 95 Putnam Aye. NOTICES TO BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE RIDERS OF CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY: If you want iiny kind of REPAIRING Hone to your Wheels, call here. Difficult Repairing and Altering a Specialty. Nickeling, Enameling and Painling. Second-hand Bicycles and Tricycles at Low Prices. Machines to Let Open Evenings. W. J. NEWMAN, 10 Brattle Street, Cambridge. C ft~ Ask for the Keystone Saddle. THK COVK.NTKV MACHINISTS' CO, L'D., (ITITR B'CYCLES " ,K UUUIJ TRICYCLES Have been nnnaiiV'Hn Ibe limmifucniro of Hieycle* for lu'rtrly 90 vram, HDd lit*.- fairly pftrtlfld tho rapu union of prodoolng ihe t&gt;t.u.»'ii.-:u niul most retiiiMe wheel 11.111.0. Kent, for oatftlotflie t-&gt; 230 Columbiin Avenue, llo*l"ll. FRANK E. GARLAND, *t* M «*j«* -n ( UKPAIRIX6, BICYCLE [mist 450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. First class Work .nil Lowest PtIOSI. Dally Excursions to Plymouth. STE...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 18. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDIIf, JULY », 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. T^OvabridgeT^ibune pl/JiUSHBD BVKRY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Biasorlptlon for one year, , . . • $2.60 Blagle Oopiet E&gt; cents By mall free of Postage. Thb Tbibune is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cam bridge, Boston, and tbe towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at flvo sent* a copy, at the following news stands: Ou&gt; Cammbidue: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Hrant. Holwortby street, Mt. Aubnrn. OAMBBiDoneoB-r: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; G. E. French, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 559 Main street and 27 River street; corner of Allaton and Magazlua streets; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl stro t; A. P. Oreenleaf, I6S Main street; T. S. Preston, 454 Main sir-et; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; L B. Thomas, 154 Harvard stroot; H. B. Ingalls. 2...
At city Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
At city Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. An Order for Bath House* Introduced.— Warm Discussion over M. I. Shea's Petition.—Miscellaneous Business. A regular meeting of the aldermen was held Wednesday evening; Alderman Cogswell absent. Notice of a meeting of the harbor and land commissioners to approve plans fot the new bridge on July 14 at 11 A. M. was received and read by the mayor. Notice was received from the common council that it had decided, to adjourn oh July 13' to the first Wednesday In September. M. E. Steonberg petitioned to construct k cellar on Main street, near Portland street, 0 feet deep; also to build two projecting bay windows over the sidewalk. A. P. Peabody, George Z. Gray, Charles Eliot Norton ami others requested that the board petition the legia'aiure to require the raising of tho grade of the Grand Junction railroad over Cambridge street, Broadway, and Main street. William Campbell prayed for the completion of the sidewalk on Harvard street. J. J. Sullivan petitioned...