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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
ESTABI.ISHID 18 8. Alexander McDonald A Son. 4 J MT. AUBURN Marb,e and Granite Works, tjfl Bty? CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 'II Rrs#l Rr&gt;. White Granite Quarries, z. J?ffi i MMilliritiiisi iMMgHaMy Mason, N. H. '^^^sblßßi' | tVi''' '" Memorial Work of Every Description on ", 11 i 'SjiTJp ■ ■ """""■"'■■ 'a . hand and to order. "^WMBsxMK'kssjs* i77i ~— rxer** &lt;^(nee aml warerooms directly opposite Mt. Auburn Cemetery Gate. SARATOGA. On and after duly sth, IW»7, traius will leav» dally (Sundays excepted) via HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE As follows from BOSTON: 8.30 A. M., 10.45 A. M. SPECIAL FAST EXPRESS, AND 11.35 A. M., Arriving at SARATOGA 3.15 P. »., 5.10 P. M., AND 7.30 P. M. Palace Parlor Car Through Without Change. |V» tickets, timeUblss Slid fllrthM Information npi.lv ill Kllrhlmrii 11.11r..8.1 OlBcs, 280 WSSMOgIOn 81,, Slid PssMOgsl Station TMittOmos, Causeway St., Iloston. J. It. WtTHOX. Uenrral I'nssi'nsier ARont. Daily Excursions to Plymouth. STEAMERSTAMFORD I'AI'T. X. W....
East Cambridge. ABOUT PEOPLE. The Homes of England. A Hateful Man. The Prisoner Discharged. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
East Cambridge. ABOUT PEOPLE. The Homes of England. A Hateful Man. The Prisoner Discharged. Miss Annie Ball is speeding her vacation at the White Mountains. Miss Mary Dllloway of Sandwich, Mass., is vlsltiug at Mr. Edward Ball's, 92 Fourth street. Mrs. Steams, the police matron for the third precinct has takou up her residence at 108 Tborndike street. Daniel McElroy was found dead at his home, 30 Spring (treat, Wednesday morning. Dr. Bryant pronounced the death due to natural causes. Officer Scoboy was called home from his vacation this week, owing to the serious illness of a daughter with diph'.heria. She died on Tuesday. Cambridge Associates No. 9, Northern Mutual Relief Association, initiated five candidates Tuesday evening and have five applicants for initiation at the next meeting. Eddie Morris, living at 15 Winter street, while playing near the Lowell railroad crossing at East street, about 11 o clock Tuesday foienoon, was struck by a passing train, and severely Injured. Dr. F...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Storage for Furniture. Having ,"ii«.'&lt;l and llttod up a storehouse for tho storage of furniture, tie,, we are prepared to receive orders tit oitr place of hueiiioaa, NO. 159 HARVARD STKKKT. We make a specialty of Moving Furniture, and also make a business or General Kiprosslng. OUR i:\KI.V KXt'KKSS Leaves Cnnibrldgo to connect with early trains and steamers ftom Iloston. Orders to Insure prompt connection should he left the day previous at our office. Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable. MESSER BROS.. Nn. ISO Harvard Street. lletween Windsor and Clark Streets. INFALLIBLE YEAST pure. Powder The Original Hiking Powder. Over 40 years unrivalled for strength, purity and rtVUl.il ty. Absolutely free from adulterations. Never falls to make light and delirious bteid wilh only iuii Tint (iiTANTITV Of other powders. Is perfectly healthful. The Hest Is always tbe Cheapest. PRFHTON A MX It It 111,. Manufac t urers, Ronton, Mass , I. H. A.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
QUINGY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. Mass. Standard Polls; Issued—FULL VALUE INBUKED-NO «4 CLAUSE. Cash Fund, Jane 1, 1886, - - •MO.OOO Surplus over Liabilities, ... 890,000 Total Liabilities, - - - - - 810,000 Amount at risk, 888,000,000. Dividends paid on every expiring policy: 88per cent, on 8 years, 40 per cent, on 3 years aud 20 per •ent. on all (.titers. UHAS. A. HOWLAND, President aud Treasurer. WILLIAM H. FAY, Seoretary. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure in the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON &amp; CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. IMN6_ftOODS. All the novelties in woollens lor Spring and Summer Wear now ready. J. MCDONNELL, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. . A. YERETSKX Merchant Tailor. New Spring (ioods at Greatly Reduced Prices. 63 Cambridge St., Boston. We have removed to more centrally located and commodious premises, 53 TEMPLE PLAGE, And...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
TO THE Depositors in the Gambridge Savings Bank. All depoaitora who have not handed in their deposit books since June 10, 1887, are requested to do so for ax. amination and comparison with the books of the bank. For the same a receipt will be given and the book -will be delivered in about one week from the date of its being left at the bank. l Cambridge Savings Bank, 1 By Oscar F. Allen, Treas. 2 Harvard Row, Cambridge, 1 Jane 22, 1887. j JOHN P. SQUIRE ft CO., DKALKHB IV PORK, LARD, HAMS, Tripe, Sausages, Plies' Keet, Also manufacturers of EXTRA LARD OIL. 21, 23 &amp; 25 Faneull Hall Market and 39 and 40 North Market St. John P. Squire. Frank O. Squire. BOSTON. Fred IT. Squire. ENOCH BEANE ft cST DEALEBS IN Choice Bleats, Provisions, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables, Fish and Oysters, 906 4 908 Main St., Cambridge. Telephone No. 7188. EASTERN MARKET, lIKAIIQIIAHTKUS FOB BEEF, LAMB, MUTTON, POULTRY, also Fresh, Smoked and Salt Meats, Hams, Pork and Sausajres, a large assortme...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
RED CEDAR POBTB AND POLEB, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, OREGON PINE GUTTERB, The Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT TUB SAME PRICK SAWED WHITE CEDAR, HAKES TIIK MUST I»IKAKL1I;ANI) LOWEST WICKD BHI«eU KNOWN. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. All of Ihe above goods can be found only with us. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. WILLIAM H. WOOD &lt;£ CO., Broadway and Third Street, - - - Cambridgeport. THE "AUTOMATIC" Blind Awning Fixture. 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 &amp; WHITE, Central Square, - Cambridgeport. IF YOU WANT TO SEE A COMPLETE MARKET,.VISIT THE "MIDDLESEX." Everything* In the Meat, Plbu and Provision line can be found there at all times. Tbe LARGEST STOKE, the I.ARUKST STOCK and LOWEST PIUCES. We will sell you BEEF. PORK. Best Kump Slc...
Arne Sandstrom's Bride. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Arne Sandstrom's Bride. "Big Swede wedding over there this evening," said one American to another by his side. "Peter Lund's daughter." "Is she marrying a Swede?" inquired the second American. "Yes; fellow by the name of Artie SandStrom." "I should think old Peter, well off as he if, would have stood up for an American son-in-law —you or me, Mr instance," observed the second youth, with a laugh. — "The girl's pretty as a pink, and has bad every advantage. It is a pity to sco her thrown away; but old Peter has a lot of younger ones coming on." "That makes it less an object. I thought she was his only. The Swedes are clannish —ain't they?" "Peter Lund's is headquarters for them, too. Here's one now, hunting up the wedding. I'll bet sbe'B just arrived from the old country." So near the truth was this surmise that Elsa bad been off .the train only twenty minutes, and in that time bad repeated the name of Artie Saudstroin interrogatively to every person she mot. She was dazed by long rid...
A New Summer Bonnet. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
A New Summer Bonnet. In nine cases out of ten the woman who starts out to buy her summer bonnet does so confessing publicly that, she "hasn't the least Idea what she wants." This, of course, makes it easy and pleasant for the milliner aud her assistants. The milliner's clerk, who is one of the martyrs ol modern limes, comes forward and asks sweetly: "Were yon looking for a bonnet?" "Well, yes; that is, 1—" "What kind would you like?" "Well, I really don't know. I haven't made up my mind yet. Let me see what you have." "Yes, certainly; how would you like a fancy braid with a—" "No; I don't like those fancy braids. A fine straw of some kind, or a— "Here is one with a—" "Ob, that would never do. I could not wear red." "Hut we could change the trimming, and—" "Not at all. I really don't know what I do want. Let me see that electric blue in two shades." "Yes; that is one of our most stylish bonnets, and would look well on you." Tries it on, and says in an ecstatic tone, "The very thing! ...
An Irishman's Bull. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
An Irishman's Bull. We are surrounded liy dlfllciiltiei and dangers, said Pat, from the cradle o the grave, and the only wonder Is that wr ever live long enough after leaving the i DO to reach the other. The greatest dangir lies in allowing the seeds of disease to be sown In our system. If you feel dull and dtowsy, have frequent headaches, bad taste lv nouth, coaled tongue, poor appetite, you are mfl ring from a torpid liver. Take Dr. Piorce's "(ioldcn Medical Discovery" ir you vnuld destroy those seeds and avoid reading a harvest, of suffering and death.
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Important. When visiting New York Olty, save baggage Kxpress and Carriage Hire, and stop at llie .Irani! Union Hotel, Opposite (Irani) Central Hep. I. (too Handsomely Furnished llooms at $1 and upwards per flay. Kiirnpoan plan. Klevators, and all Modern Conveniences. Restaurants supplied with the best. Hone cars, stapes and elevated railroads load depots. You can live better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel han any nthor lirst-olass lintel in tliet'ily.
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. What more bsautlf ul place is there on the face of the earth to spend June or any summer month in than Lucerue, Switzerland? A street of hotels faces the lake, and fortunately there are nabobs who can afford to go there and pay for the pleasures that we poorer ones can enjoy. Upon the slope of the hill, or on the edge of the lake farther from the town, are llttie pensions where one can Jllve most comfortably for $1 to $1.50 a day. There are excursions to make on the lake, Ihe Rlghi and Pilatus to ascend, walks and drives, and, for the invalid, the ever varying panorama to watch, of lake and green hills and the snow mountains of the Alps, among them the ever beautiful Jungfrau. In tbe evening one can go to the Casino for the moderate sum of ten cents, where concerts, tableaux and little plays are given and where a mild form of gambling is Indulged in—little tin horses that run around a baize table, on which one may bet a fran...
An Old Kentucky Home. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
An Old Kentucky Home. The homestead was of square, roughhewn blocks of granite, and had been built beforo Ibe days of professional architects by a former governor of the Slate, who was a stonelmason in early life, and worked honestly at his trade until the people called him Into another sphere of action. The house was at once thoroughly comfortable and extremely inconvenient; additions had been made to the main building at different times, frith no idea of general effect. From the broad front porch one entered at once a large, high mom, which was parlor, library, and sitting-room all lv one; and very attiactive it was, with cheerful paper and carpet, comfortable rocking-chairs and sofas, anil big open fire-place with creat brass-knobbed andirons. Opposite the front door and leading to tbe luck pop-h was a hall, from which a door opened directly upon some steps leading 10 what w.is called the "bigup-stairs." This room, which was of necessity entered he.id-fureiiiost as one ascended t...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A GO., BOSTON, ATHLETIC GOODS, Wff/s H*j|i|iij|iyan hi w :::::^: : :: : ::,jr Lawn Tenn,,i a specialty. m:::i±:--3 f-Silr The NEW CAM RIDGE is a rival to oui '-"LtTmr celebrated Peerless, Climax and Champl n—Favor ilXaalSllS ""■ Ht Harvard ami otber Colleges unci with loailiui '"^iSaaj^gsW"*" 3 Clubs ibrougbnut tb« Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE &amp; CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. For a woman to say she does not use Procter &amp; Gamble's Lenox Soap, is to admit she is "behind the times." Nobody uses ordinary soap now they can get " Lenox."
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, jkcO| Drapery Materials, Window Shades, etc. H « .. P Da °' "" largest collections of the abova goods oan HE i l?*sw--&gt; - found at our new and elegant .tore, where every con?Oi venlence tor Ihe selection of goods Is ottered. '■ r* loS&lt;m/y\ H"" i. S r ec ,',*' Ht ' ent| on given to the furnishing of Private Keti'VOC C-HNJi/ Estimates 'klvoii If desired, and competent men scut to ", .T - ■ •■• -' Ml Df]r£L eiamlueand eiecule tbe »or« JR LOWEST CASH PRICES. Thfl Boston WaU ? » WM. A. CORSE. Manager. UP SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. "THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low nrlccs, without any regard to durability, appear to oatch the public. A long ciperleuoe in business proves to us that flrst-olass goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING BTOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB Is now complete, and we are offering FIRST-GL.VSS GOODS, of tli6 leading manufacturer*!, at prices lower than ever before. A choice tttoc...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of build"fe—William A. Taylor, 481 and 483 Main street, Ward Four, three-story brick dwelling, with store on lower floor, 21 ft. front by 72 ft. deep, with flat roof; H. W. Leach &amp; Co., builders. 723—Mrs. Moran, Howard street, Ward four, two story wooden dwelling, 31 ft. front by 32 ft. doep, with ell, 7x13; M. W. Hiraeon, builder. 724—Mrs. L. J. Abbott, Green street, Ward Four, one-story building for a store; Mr. Wright, builder. 725—Cambridre Gas Light Company, Third Street, Ward Three, telescopic gas holder. 726—George L. Damon,'Main street, Ward Four, wooden addition to safe works, 40 ft. front by 70 ft. deep; J. W. Packard, builder. 727 —L. F. Babcock, corner of Lee and Main streets, Ward Four, two-story wo iden dwelling, 31 ft. front by 43 ft. d-ep, with ell, 13x20; W. E. Poor, builder. 728—ft. H. Gove, rear Third street, Ward Three, carriage house, 16x24. 720—A....
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Work is under way upon the cellar of a house which is to be built at tho corner of Lee and Main streets, on what Is known as the Kinsley Twining estate, for L. |F. Babcnck, Esq. Mr. W. E. l'oor of this city is the contractor. The architecture of the house is somewhat colonial in character, although of no pronounced style. The outside dimensions of the building tire 56x81. The foundation will be of stone, with brick underpinning. In the basement will be the laundry, closets, coal bins, etc. There are three circular bay windows to the bouse, extending from cellar to attic. The front entrance is In the middle of the house through a circular recess. Around the front side of the house extends a piazza with a circular flight of steps landing from the walk. The first room to the left upon entering is a reception room, !)x!8 feet in dimensions, with acircularlbay window.Jin the rear of which is the main staircase. Further along is.i coat closet and then the kitchen, which is 15 feet square....