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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

THK EXHIBITION OF MUNKACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST before PILATE WILL OPEN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. I RED CEDAR POBTS AND POLES, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, [OREGON PINE GUTTERS. The Most Durable Wood Known, i Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THK SAME PRICE SAWED WHITE CEDAH, MVKKS THK MOST IMKAKI.K AMI LOWEST PRUNED BHWGLK KNOWN. SHAVED. CYPRESS 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. THE "AUTOMATIC" Blind Awning Fixture. i ■» ■» ■ ■ .——- They ventilate and cool the room, giving free circulation of air and refreshing shade, and do not interfere with the ordinary use.of the blinds. Attachable to Old or New Blinds. For sale by BURDITT & WHITE, Central Square, - - - Cambridgeport. IF YOU WANT TO SEE A COMPLETE MARKET, VISIT THE '^MIDDLESEX." Everything in tho Mont, Fish an.l Prnv...

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Little Miss ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Little Miss ... The Orrlngtons were by no means liked by their set, simply because ihey looked down on their set, and on every one else, holding themselves as of the noblesse. And it must be owned that they had a streak of the blue blood. The paternal great-grand-father, Percy Orrington, was an Englishman, the younger brother of a noble house, who, to escape the woes of younger-brother-hood, when a young man of twenty, brought himself and his small portion to the colony of Pennsylvania. Ho obtained a grant of a large tract of land in the weste n part of the colony, settled theie as a bachelor, and fortunately kept his scalp safe fr m tbe Indians. This was a short lime before the colonies revolted. Ho look the popular side, held a major's commission, and distinguished himself at Stillwater and elsewhere. Years afier the war was over, and rather hue in life, he married a Miss Esten, a young Virginia gentlewoman, who brought him additional pride, but little wealth. Percy neve, forgot I...

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The Hottentot Click. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

The Hottentot Click. One of the most remarkable of recent discoveries In the science of language has been made by the scientists attached 10 Ihe Cray library at Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope, South Africa, by ascienilllc analysis of the mi lire of the Hotlcnlot language. Hottentot speech Is characterized by peculiar click sounds which gave the curly navigators the Impression that these creatures were not hum in beings, but. a highly developed species of apes. If Darwin's I henries had existed at that lime they wnuld havo been thought to be the missing link between the human race aud animal creation. The analysis of the click shows that these sounds ate caused hy the manner in which con- sonants are formed in the Hottentot language. The vowels are the same as in other languages, and consonants are formed witli lips, tongue, and teeth; but instead of expressing the consonants by breathing out, the Hottentots produce the sound by breathing In. This may seem impossible at first, but a li...

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The Sportsman's Music. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

The Sportsman's Music. Under the above title W. J. Henderson contributes io the July Century an article ou the calls of the various game birds with their musical notation. We quote as follows: "Unfortunately for the goose, it can be Imitated to perfection, and the unhappy birds frequently meet their end hy paying too much heed to iis deceptive lules. One Instance of peculiar interest has come to the writer's knowledge. The d stroyers in this case were Captain Walter S. Green of Life Saving Station No. 6, Long Branch, and Mr, Bright, These two shooters live on opposite shies of a large pond, and are on the consi mi watch for birds of any kind that may come in from the sea to rest. Early on.c morning Mr. Bright heard a distant hut vigorous honking. He soon saw a Hock of seven geese Hying iv toward the pond. Quickly getting his gun ami some In avy Cartridges, lv- hastened down id ihe edge of ihe pond, keeping himself hidden behind ahe ivy hedge. As soon as he had selected his position ...

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John Adams at Home. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

John Adams at Home. The venerable historian, George Bancroft, contributes lo the July Century some personal reminiscences which are accompanied by full-p.tgeportraits of John Adams and Oliver Ellsworth. We quoin as follows concerning his visit in isis io ihe second President of the United Stives: "We arrived early in the afternoon. The Venerable ex-President received us cordially ill the parlor of his homestead at Quincy; anil so ditl Ihe wife of his youth, th - accomplished woman now known to the world hy the publication »f two volumes of her own letters, antl two more of letters which she teceived from ln-r husband. Several younger persons, seemingly their grandchildren, came in antl weni nut as occasion served, and it was plain thai Ihe aged man was thoroughly well ministered lo hy youthful attendants whose whole demeanor was marked by reverence and affection. A more respectable or a more lovely family group, of which the head is an octogenarian, can hardly be conceived of. "Pi'e...

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New York Ministers and Doctors. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

New York Ministers and Doctors. The best paid minister lv New York is Dr. John Hall, a brainy man from the north of Ireland, who preaches 10 800,(100,000 every Sunday. Ills is Ihe smallest church lv town. He owes his rise iv life lo Hubert Bonner of the Ledger, who found him preaching 10 a small congregation In Dublin and induced him lo ctiinn to America. He gets a salary of $20,01X1 a year and makes ♦5000 by his newspaper and magazine arllcles. He is given a luxuriantly furnished house as well. Dr. Morgan Dix, the chief pastor of Trinity Church Corporation, the wealthiest lv America, receives $16,000 yearly. Dr. William M. Taylor of the Broadway Tabernacle gots the same amount. He docs literary work and lecturing th it brings hia income up to $20,1X10. Dr. Charles Hall 01 the Fiflh-avenuo Presbyterian Church Is paid $|.-|,(Kll). He is very eloquent, and his church Is crowded at all services. Dr. Parkhurst of Madison-square Church gets $12,(KK1. He has a large ami distinguished cong...

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ERE THE SUN WENT DOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

ERE THE SUN WENT DOWN. A LtfuKV OF TUB HEA. Mud? <M , ml mad] 0 .X i>ad Wnh « lifeiltu »*■ izrief Wrought in * da)! N<> liti|.e, n-« ray of jrind relief t.i breast tbe gleoiu, BhfQ in the tomb! Kii.l Words, you say. Will- v t ;ir« htiviMt Y'-ittglif • Mini health And li<>,.,-of heaven. Y'-i*! H l -! you're tlghtf "l'li-re is niy wealih, , My itntdlHti Unlit— ** Tlie hope of Immvoii— K..r Mi- otv ail, My very ill) ttarkl hark! In-mill! I>l<l v. v hear a pall? MeihoutibtHwai Will S|.- tktti|{ to me Acr ss itie sea! Fani'>? — may he! Y«:, ever anil aye, JllSt HS I'llsT, When wind* blow thrill, 1 s nil to hear My WW. mv Will, And loud and clear, "God bteM yi'U, dear," Ring* out onec mora Above ill" mar t or wind ai.d sen, •'Opt, Mca yon, dear! Keep yon for nte;'* 'Tw;i* the mom before Our wedding day, An l wilh a smile 1 Hood awhile In tin' mirk t-wav, Ami i-oiMted O'wi Mv lUtlettora Of co...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

HORACE PARTRIDGE A CO., ■la a T.-t»aa, BOSTON, FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. 1£ - z ----- : l z ll:lz:\:- ifLr liawn Tennis • Specialty. ■ -■-■ ialr The NEW CAM KIIXJK is . rlv.l to out .aav , -JgWr celebrated Peerless, Climax and Champ! n—Favor j: . | . a ■ ■ | ! lie. at Harvard anil other Colleges and with leadl.ii, Club, throughout th. Oouutry. HORACE PARTRIDGE fc CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. Fora-woman to say she does not use Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap, is to admit she is "behind the times,'" Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can get " Lenox."

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

! PAPER HANGINGS, JgfiUte Drapery Materials, d£sij& Window Shades, etc. P B . Ooe of tho largest ooll.ctlon. of the abova good, can Hii taSaaaW, e . " d .*' ollr "** aml .'..ant stere, where every couKf - T " n '* no * for the ..laotlon of goisls >. offered. ;'C I. lM>Jis | SPeC H*!tel > * nllon S'"*" to "'" [ur "l»blng of Private He.i./|||]jnnnrf |I|f lowest cash prices. Crnr Mk The Boston Wall Paper Co., £M C»l»K»/nt]»j * * WM. A. CORSE, Manager. '20 SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. "THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortuiiatidy, low nrlcr.. without any regard to durability, apiwar to osti-h tbe public A long experience In liiisiiinss (.rov.-s to us that firm class goods psy both tbe dealer aud purchaser. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB I. now Complete, and we are offering PlltS r-CL, ISS GOODS, of the leading manufacturers, at prices lower thin ever before. A choice stunk of Parlor, Library. Chamber and Mi...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been issued from the office of superintendent of build"llO—Jeremiab Keefe, Heed street, Ward Five, wooden dweling, 22x32. 711— W. E. Pervere, No. 4 Pleasant place, Ward Four, wooden dwelling, 11x30; E. J. Packard, builder. 712— J. W. Pierce, corner Hurlbut and Lini.aian'streets, wooden addition, 8x8; E. J. Packard, builder. 713—Frank Culton, 205 Lake View avenue, wooden stable for one horse, 24x20; John Giilvin, builder. 714— F. O'Keefe, Athens street, Ward One, wooden block of two houses, 43x43; John Galvin, builder; James Fogeny, architect. 715—Mary E. Sleenburg, 837 Main street, Ward Four, wooden dwelling for four families, 31 ft. 9 in. by 44 ft; Joseph 11. Marvin, builder. 716—Harold Whiting, Walerhouse street, Ward One, wooden dwelling, 40x40; R. 8. Snow, builder. 717—A. Oilman, Mason street, Ward One, alteration from store-h mse, 20x30, to laboratory; X. 8. Snow, builder. 718—A. Gilman, Mason street, Ward One, wooden ad...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Mr. Frank Henderson, who recently purchased the Tt-el ■ farm on North avenue, opposite Taunery street, has had the estate surveyed and divided Into house lots and streets preparatiiry to building. The estate has a frontage of 043 feet, a depth on the north side of 75H feet, 448 feet on the south side, 534 feet on tin west, and makes 05 lot s, averaging in size 4500 square feet. There are two streets laid out through the prop-r--ty, at right anile with North avoiuie, which are coimecied at lb« west end wilh another street running about parallel wilh the railroad. All three streets are 40 feel in width. It is proposed to move the old barn, which now stands on the estate, on to a rear lot and turn it into a house, while the same disposition will be made of the old house. Wnrk will commence Immediately upon half a dozen or more new houses besides, and we wouldn't be surprised to Hud quite a colony established iv the locality by wit ter. The houses will be built to rent or for sale. Mr. ...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Special Announcement, A VV. mutt callus att<*tlon»f the building public to our unequalled awortm.nt of And .1.0 \0 o'urliltieilor frying Ink keeping .try our e*t.n.ivi and vavjfd tOoitk of . Fine Floor Boards, Etc. A call a.oTr yard., 336 £.ƒ— atr..r7w«. convince ,ou of th. of o,^**l. Vary truly yqurs, ■ ' - GEO. W. GALE, "-ijs~**» ' Cambridgeport. WELLINGTON FILLMORE, Carpenter and Builder, NO. 11 CHICKKV ST. Residence! 147 Washington Str.it, Cambriaeeport. WILLIAM 8. HOLT, House *** Painting, ORAISISO, OL4ZIKB, WHITENING, XALBOMININO AND TINTINO. 14 Church Street, Caiiil.ri.lir.>. House H I 2 Acacia Street. Satlsfsittli.il guaranteed In nil crises. Order, may be left st i-liber house or shop, and will receive prompt attention. Ansel Xavier, CARRIAGE PAINTER, 416 Main St., opposite Ch«rry. OKUKKB PKIrWPTLY AT K.MIKII TO. Work done in a satisfactory manner and at a reasonable price. liTTTiiwcYTsmir Planing and Moulding MILL. MANUFACTURERS OF DOORS, BASHES, DOOR...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Desirable Property FOR SAIiE. . ••-'.> ! * a i "..'>..-! i Sir. CUarlea E. Tibbett-, being about lo,gft $0 California lo reside, oßei. tils j !' ! ..->■ •■ : Kesldfnte, Horaes. (Jirrlagfs, KurnllUre, Ice Privilege and Ice House for sake M a bargain. • , ■• ■ »■..,•»-»-■ ."' a/tl '• The House 1. situated at -ilia corner of Mead .treet end Cogswell avenue, ami numbered 80 Mvad sin-ei; comalii. ten rooms (lr.cludl.ig fiivna. c, cemented cellar, ga>, soap.nine '.I'lik IS kiuih n, w.sliro..ii wNh .uapatoim tab., water closet lv oellar, kitchen range, and all tie convenience, tbat could be asked (or; with 4,800 feel of land * The furniture consist, of many desir.bl. pieces of inoderu design. Al.e to be sold; A Lot of Land, iv the rear of tlie house, containing 16,0110 feet, nn which 1. situated a .bed and .table,'with aoovunmndaiiun. for .even horse.; sriestan wellou preud-ea. Several horse., harnesses aud carriage, are Included lv th.- property...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

PAINTS, fETIBTB' ■'■■ MMmUM, Varnishes, Oils, brushes. VfihdoW OtaftSs 'j-;: 11 . ■■ - ■ ■■'.' ■ ■ — "^V- —inrri i.j,'.' JQp" Pull lines of the above, In new and fresh goods, cub, found Ist th* •tore of the undersigned. - >I .11 ■> - ~ r"IBST-OLASB WOEK SOLIOITED-AND BATISFAOTIOH GUARANTEED. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, KALBOMINING, AND INTERIOR DECORATING. W.J. EDWARDS, 16 AND 32 BOYLBTON ST., HARVARD BQ, CAMBRIDGE. SHOP 16. STORK B*. A, CORUN Jm HAVE ■* |) 0_ And «u»rantees Satisfaction. 7 * «00f. ir^wi Being wilh 11. X. PEAK for night yoars (during the In.reman), I am well recommended hy carpenter., , , ' \\ Hullder.aud Arohlteclß, Your patronage Millelted. Mill Street, foot Holyoke, Cambridge, E. W. EMERSOItf, GRAINING HUUbL I Alii ItK, HANGING, 211 North Avenue, North Cambridge. Estimates Furnished. Residence Broadway and Clarendon Avenue, West Somerville. FITCHBURG RAILROAD LUMBER YARDS, J. SEWELL & CO., Crescent Avenue, off Walden ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

J.J.IJM.LDI3, * AND atIMEIER. 1 SMtr-MTH *v**4h i A*.. • riant*- s«j,W s*4*f Itreet Ihe Bs,i -Vbrk-ua>**.«w A- r OOaVJM <« n .vt,to >i ij > .. l r y .«.»,, , t . iff(Jrp rrl i' Mil .'. ■ I > . b MM HOPS*, * ' y-k-sa'^WlTaWwal'-^'* i t • il < 436 Mam Street, Cambridgeport. " * •■'■■-' ■ '■ ■ .-. ' . .li.mtt PROP ME A fUUTrAV'.- ' ' O .7 lo (T«|w>st ..1.1.r E. L. PERR i , b —• OiU ■ tat m•" •'•'« House Painting, PAPHH lIANQING an FRESCOING, S Sargent •t.,North Cau.brl.lge. Can refer to some of tho beet people tn W.rd A, for wb--m I have worked, a, |i EO. 0. DANFORTH, Hou.e PAUffTIBIG, Graltiitif{, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsomining, Tinting and Paper Banging. Shop, No. 5 Palmar St., Cambridge. FORREST & PRINCE, *• Late with x» ~*Bwm4- £«*»«> w, b. holt, iraintingv, GRAIVIN'I and GLAZING. Kal.omlD.ltla;,' Whitening anil Tinting. 400 Harvard street, near. Hairard 8q..) Cambridge. tyor.t.r« f...

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Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Til Order of the Iron Hall sow has IMMM as a reserve toad. Tke sisterhood of the Iron Hall has added 1 tmjSmlrml saeesbsrs to He Hat la one Ifli. Maria L. instructor In Friendafctp Council,, will spend most of the smnaaer a-awAtMMat Besvdrmont. Twenty-one new tribes have been added to the Improved Order of Red Men in this Stole daring ihe pest rear. Brother Charles B. White of Friendship fodfeocLO. O. F. Is at his cottage at AaiiUquaro, Mass., for tbe summer. Since the supreme sitting; of the Iron Hall was held in May, tbe order has made a , ■aatgatnof *00t> members throughout tbe country. Cbarles River Encampment formed a new degree staff last evening which Is composed of considerable new blood. Excellent ritualistic work is promised. Daring the past six months the subordinate councils of tbe Royal Arcanum of this State have Increased their membership by the addition of 896 members. Harvard Colony. Unled Order of Pilgrim Fathers, will install off...

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The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

The Temperance Orders. The officers of Minerva Division No. 57, S. of T., were installed last week Friday evening in T. of B. Hall by D. G. M. P. Rldell as follows: W. P., William Wallace; W. A., Katie Tomklns; R. S., Samuel H. Rice; assistant R. S., Major Hendry; F. 8., F,tta Smith; treasurer, Lucena Brown; chaplain. D. F. Dukeshire; C, Monroe Greenough' •.•sistant 0., Georgie Batchelder; I. S. Miy E. Burk; O. S., R. F. McCouaghey; P. W. P., Judson Ditnlop. The Grand Division, Sons of Temperance, of the Stale of Massachusetts, will meet in Tremont Temple next Monday. In the evening a reception will be tendered the National Division of North America, to which the public will be admitted. The floor of the temple anil the platform are reserved for members of the order in regalia. His Ex?ejlency Governor Ames will speak. Music will bo furnished by the P.irk family, Mrs. Osborne, and others. Charles O.J4*«J, G. W. P., will preside.

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Post 56 meets next Monday evening. The post will bold but one meeting during August. The marquee used by tbe City Guard while at camp will comfortably sest 150 persons. The government of Italy has expended $100,000,000 on war vessels during) the last ten years. Privates Hamilton and Phillips of the City Guard qualified as marksmen at the range last Saturday. After next week, Col. Bano-oft's postoffice address will be South Framingham, Mass., for a brief season. The Fifth Regiment will make the best showing at camp this yew ever mule by that excellent organization. Lieut-nam Lombard of the Massachusetts Guard qualified at 200 yards for a firstclass Stare medal last Saturday, rolling up a score of 42 out of a possible 50. Pavntaster Sutton of the Fifth Regiment SualiflWl as a second-class marksman, Tuesay, with an even twenty to hla credit. Tbe are rumors afloat that the City Guard rifle team will soou arrange a shoot with a team from the First Brigade S...

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