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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Special Announcement. Wa would call tbe attention of the building public- to onr un quailed assortment of FINISH LUMBER, And also to our facilities for drying and keeping dry our extensive and varied stock of Fine Hard Woods, Floor Boards, Etc. — is— gtj 0 Our patrons can always feel assured of DBT LUMBER bou«ht of ns BKING UET. In tho matter of prlc.s we art In a position to meet tbe market and shall Uo so. A call at our yards, 836 Main atreet, will convince you of the correctness of our statement. Very truly w GAI(E? Cambridgeport. WILLIAM &lt;. HOLT, House *** Painting, GRAININQ, OLAZINO. WHITEHIHO, KALBOMININQ AND TINTINO. 14 Church Street, Cambridge. House Mia Acacia Street. Satisfaction guaranteed In all cases. Orders may be left at either house op shop, and will receive prompt attention. Ansel Xavier, CARRIAGE PAINTER, 416 Main St., opposite Cherry. ORDRKB PROMPTLY AT KMIKII TO. Work done in • satisfactory manner and at a reatonable price. M.F. TftABY ft BON, Planing ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
By 8. R. KNIGHTS ft 00., AUCTIONEERS, Offices. 818 Washington Street.Boaton, and StSVi Main Street, Cambridgeport. Sale of Valuable Lot of Land in Old Cambridge, Oorner of Broadway and Trowbridge Street. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. Will be sold by Publio Auction Tuesday, July 19th, at four o'clock P. M., nnlthe premises. Tbe lot has a fnun on Broadway of 80 feet, on Trowbridge Street about 103 feet, containing an area of about 12,320 square feet. The location is central; near boras cars and Harvard College, In a good neighborhood, $200 to be paid In casb at time and place of sale Telephone 791. By JOHN B. FAIBBAIRN, AUCTIONEER. Mortgagee's Sale or Beal Estate In Cambridge. By virtue of a power of sale contained In a certain mortgage deed given by Nathan (I. Green to tbe East Cambrlilue Five Cents Havings Bank, dated June 28ih, lags, and recorded with Middlesex South District. De»de, Book 1710, Page 384, and for breach of C'-ndttlon of said mortgage, and for tbe purpose of foroloslng the s...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
PAPER HAN6II.CS, PAINTS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Window Class. ffiy-Full lines of tiie above, In new and fresh goods, oan be found at the store of the undersigned. FIEST-OLASS WOEK SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION GUABANTEED. B&gt; ■*&gt; — ■ — HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING, PAPEB HANGING, KALSOMINING, AND INTERIOR DECORATING. W.J. EDWARDS, 16 AND 22 BOYLSTON ST., HARVARD 50.., CAMBRIDGE. SHOP 18. BTOKK B*. J| CARL A. CORLIN havk a |) Q An j Guarantees satisfaction. y MH KOOf. £r i Helng with H. F. PEAK for eight years (during the -aw Foreman), I ani well recommended by Carpenters, ■■■■■■ . &gt;i Builders and Architects. Your patronage solicited. Mill Street, foot Holyoke, Cambridge, E. W. EMERSON, GRAINING nUUSL lAlNlLlt, HANGING, 211 North Avenue, North Cambridge. Estimates Furnished. Residence—Broadway and Clarendon Avenue, West Somerville. PITCHBURG RAILROAD LUMBER YARDS, J. SEWELL &amp; CO., Crescent Avenue, off Walden Street, proprieto...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER, "S^oiPAraTTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainar AND GLAZIER. Shop—ls7l4 North Aye. Baaldenoa-4 WhHStreet. The Best Work done under my ora supervision In every ease. ])KOP ME A POSTAL. E.L.PEREY, House Painting. PAPER HANGING an« FRESCOING, 3 Sai-sent tit., North Cam bridge. Can refer to some of the best people In Ward 6, lor whom 1 havo worked. pO. 0. DANFORTH, House PAINTIHTC, Oralning, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsomlning, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. pORREST &amp; PRINCE, 'MSolt. Painting. GRAINING and GLAZING. Kalaomlnln*. Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard St reef, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. sgr-Ord.ra for Jobbing of all kinds scut by mall or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, aud neatly done. JOHN M. FORREST JAMES A. FKIMCB. ALFRED D. NiACCANN, FRESCOER, Interior Painters: Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, RESIDENCE, 88 Chapman Plnce, I 110 Hampshire Street. Boston. (Ro...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Society Hall in Odd Fellows building la being fitted with electric lights. There will be an Odd Fellows excursion from Boston to Bar Harbor about the middle of next month. At the last council fire of Poneroah Tribe Ho. 9, I. O. X. M., corn and venison were provided by the committee. District Justice Allen visited Local Branch No. 238, Order of the Iron Hall, of Linden, Wednesday evening. Nearly $21,000,000 has been paid by the supreme treasury, Knights of Honor, to the beneficiaries of their deceased members. Tbe supreme dictator, Knights of Honor, Intends to introduce the order into Canada M soon as arrangements can be completed. The almost total absence of sickness from the tribes of Red Men in this city speaks volumes for their respective medicine men. Fonemah Tribe No. 0, I. O. B. M., will raise up Its chiefs next Wednesday evening, at Cambridge Lodge Hall. A large attendance is desired. At the meeting of Anchor Assembly, Royal Society of Good Fellows, h...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
The Temperance Orders. The forty-third annual session of the National Division, Sons of Temperance of North America, was held at Tremont Temple Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, with a large attendance of delegates. M. W. P. Eugene 11. Clapp. in bis annual report, said: "The present year promises to bo a notable one in regard to the strengthening of the movement, (or the submission of constitutional prohibitory amendments to the votes of tho people." He also paid a high tribute to the worth and work of Hon. John B. Finch, the well-known temperance advocate. From the scribe's report we learn that there have been seventy new divisions formed during the past year, an increase of 5527 members up to Jan. 1, 1887, and a further increase since then of 54*1 members, making a present membership of 84,379, which Is the highest point ever readied hy the order. The tteasuror's report showed a balance in the treasury of $5010.79. Tuesday evening a grind reception was tendered the National Division ...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Brigadier General Benjamin F. Peach and staff are at the camp ground today. Governor Hill of New York hati signed the bill granting pensions in certain cases to members of the Now York State National Guard. Keeler A Co. have lately furnished tho main hall of tho Lancers armory with new and elegantly upholstered settees, which arid much to tho appearance of the hall. During the past week the companlos of the Fifth Keglmont havo boon inspected at their armories, Colonel Bancroft and Paymaster Sutton being the inspecting officers. Al tho meeting of Post 50 Monday evening, the recommendations of tho national | etislon committee wero adopted by a unanimous voto. The meeting then adjvurned until the first Monday In August. Brigadier General Peach has issued an order in which be states that each officer and man In the Socond Brigade must take par. In the target practlc- al the Framingliam range during tho coining week. A largoly attended mooti g of ihe field,...
Lieutenant Edes Wins. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Lieutenant Edes Wins. Lieutenant Robert B. Edes, Inspector of rifle practice, Fifth Infantry, and W. C. Johnson, Jr., of the First Corps of Cadets, shot a match Tuesday at the Waltham Range for the gold medal of the Bollard Arms Company In Individual match No. 4, which is to be won three times before it can become the property of tbe holder. There are contestants In several different States. The conditions are: Off-hand shooting at 200 yards, standard American target; 50 shots without cleaning rifle; allowance five points on each string of 10 shots for use of military rifle. General B. F. Peach, Jr., Second Brigade, M. V. M., was referee, and R. B. Dawson, secretary of the Lynn Rifle Association, recorder. The scores: Lieut. R. B. Edes..S 048668078— 62 046660763 4— 66 87766789 3 8-68 768667798 7-70 9 8 6 8 6 ,1 10 10 6 4— 71 Total 320 Allow military rifles, 5 points, 10 shots 26 Grand total 361 W. C. Johnston, Jr.O 37044486 4— 63 708454650 0-6J 23794 10 466 6- 66 7 7 5 6 8 6 6 6 9 7...
Italian Monumental Statuary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Italian Monumental Statuary. Mr.'John MoKamee|of the Union Marble and (Iran - ite Works has Imported some very beautiful tspeolmens of Italian monumental work. Four pieces In Carrara marble, cut in tbe modern style, are on exhibition In his warehouse. Tho stones are entirely different In design and finish from similar work done in this country. They aru allegorical lv design*, anil are worked out Into life-like detail. These in numents are pervaded by a Christian spirit and the subjects are arllstioally treated. 'Hie most important ono is the statue of a veiled woman, supported by a pedestal. The figure is placing a wreath of flowers with one hand, and wllb the other sbe clasps the urn which is placed on tbo top of the pedestal. The statue Is five feet high and is a beautiful piece of work. Thedrapery is very cleverly managed, and, as the face or the woman Is entirely veiled, that inanity of (expression usually seen In marble nil numents Is avoided. The grief of the mourner Is very ...
A New Jeweller. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
A New Jeweller. Mr. F. It. Barnes has opened a store at 402 Harvard street, where he Intends to do tine watch repairing, lie also Intends to carry a stock of watohos, docks and Jewelry. Mr. lUrnes was the examiner of watches lv one of the largest manufactories In the country and 1. a Jeweller of undoubted ability. He solicits ouly first-class work. We think there Is a Held here lor a man of such Hue abilities.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
On leaving Cambridge tbe students part with their room furniture and furnishings at almost any price to get rid of it. Mr. I.cc 1,. Powers generally steps In fora large share of these goods anil consequently just now can offer some linn bargains In them. Call at 30 Hoylslon street and see. The well known firm Of Mcsser Bros., 189 Harvard street, have first, class accommodations for tbe storage of furnliutc. See advertisement.
In the Open. Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
In the Open. Base-Ball. Tbe Cambridge T. M. C. A. team plays tbe Brooks of East Boston on the Star grounds this afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Tbe next game between Chelsea and Cambridge will be played at Chelsea, July 23. A liberal sprinkling of Cambridge supporters Is desired. At the opening of tbe base-ball season, a league was formed, consisting of teams representing the Cainbiidge, Chelsea, Lynu and Cbarlestown Young Men's Christian Associations. Tbe Lynn and Cbarlestown teams Booti|withdrew from tbe race, leaving Canibtidge and Chelsea to battle for supremacy. A series of five games was arrauged, tbe first of which was played in this city, the Chelsea boys winning by a score of 36 to 26. The next game was played in Chelsea, June 18, and was a stubborn contest, Cambridge winning In the tenth inning, the score being 10 to 9. Last Saturday the third game was played on the i ground near Fort Washington, and another cose game was the result. Chelsea tied the score in the ninth inning. ...
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
On the Water. Frank Smith of the Riversides is having a new boat built hy Davy. Tbe tickets for tho joint picnic of the Riverside and Bradford crews at Lake Walden, August 24, are selling rapidly. The Riversides have ordered a new shell for John Lynch. As soon as the boat Is received Mr. Lynch will go Into active training for the fall races. It is to be regretted that tbe Bradford club is not to send a crew to the national regatta, and considering the excellent material in the 'club, there must be a lack of interest among the members, as a position should be gained by them among the oarsmen of the country. The Riversides arc to hold a grand regatta on Charles river, between the River-street and Brookline-street bridges, Saturday afternoon, July 23. There are to be races for single sculls, double Whitehall*, fouroared shells anil single whiteballs, and a tub race. The committee in charge is made up of J. 11. 11. McVainer (chairman), John McDormott and P. Hlckcy. Mr. Qeorge IT. Miffli...
Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Cycling. Frank Fields of the Cambridgeport club is now mounted on a lifty-four-inch Koyal Mail. The Cambridge club will enjoy a run to Marblebead Neck tomorrow, starting from the club house at II) A. M. A The next mooting of the Camhridgoport vHub will be bel I next Tuesday evening, when a large atlenilaiice'nf members is desired. Captain A. I). Peck, Jr., and Mr. .lames W. Burr of the reorganised Massachusetts Bicycle Club of Boston arrived at Washington Tuesday, having ridden nearly I heentiro distance on their machines.
Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Lacrosse. The Cambridge Lacrosse Team was badly hnndicappeil on July 4th when called Upon to play the game with the Dun-hosiers, the Cambridge* having fifty ml unlet before defeated the Bostons, and Urn Dorchester* being fresh. Being dissatisfied with the result of thn ginte, a Challenge lias been sent to the Dorchester* for a friendly contest to test tlieatiperioriiy of the two toaitiH. 'I ho challongo hits been accepted, and tho game is to he played on the Dorchester grounds On Saturday afternoon, July 30.;
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Star Lawn Sprinkler. Useful and Ornamental. Sprinkler and Fountain Combined, Making the. lii'isl beautiful display ever Scan from either sprinkler or fountain, lit, not buy a sprinkler until you see It. WM. F. FALLS, Pole Agent for the United State.", 103 Milk Street* Boston, Knoin I. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MIDDLESEX, BS. PROBATE) COOftT. To tke nest of kin, creditors, and all oth.r persons interested In the Kstate of JON KSI VAI,KNTINK, late of Cambridge., 11l said County, deceased, lntostate: Whereas, application has been mads to said Court lo grant a letter of administration on ihe estate of ssld defeased to KI.MKR VALESTINB, of Cambridge, In the county of Middlesex, anil to exempt him fro v giving surety or sureties on his linn, pursuant to statute; You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be held at Cambridge. I" ""i' l 9°V9 of Middlesex, on the fourlh Tuesday of July Instant, at nine o'clock In the forenoon to show cause, If any you have, against granting t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
COR PLEASURE AND HEALTH * * r IN VACATION. Cycling is Unequalled. •IP • T xyy/// /'uvVsvvc3^ 1 rrycles xMmxW CONSTITUTE the majority of American riders of firstclass machines. Have ridden around the world. Hold World's Records from 1-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Have never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. PnA? iVFfd Cn 79 Franklin St., Boston. J. UjSC MJg- Illustrated Catalogue Free. NOW IS THE TIME. Mr. Lee L. Powers has secured from the departing students many fine bargains in Pictures, Bric-a-Bbac, Furniture of all kinds, Draperies and Furnishings. These goods will be sold at one fourth their value in many cases. They were bought cheap and will be sold cheap. Among the lot are many superb bargains. It is getting late for refrigerators, consequently my stock will be closed out at low prices. LEE L. POWERS, 30 Boylston Street, Cambridge. BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE REPAIRING Of :iH kinds done. First-C.auH Work. - ltetiHontU»le Price*, New ami Second-Hand Machin...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0 20. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1887 PRICE FIVE CENTS. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. T ■ebsorlptlon for on. y«r » 2 6 0 Single OoplM B O,nU Br mall free of Postage. Th* Tribune is printed and afternoon end evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and tbe towns of Southern Mlddleeez, on Saturday morning. It 1.for sale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambridge: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; 3. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Oambbidorpobt: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; 9. E. Prenoh, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, W» Main street nnd 27 Kivor Btreot; corner of aJlstonand Magaslne Btreets; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Tearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; X. P. Qreenleaf, 469 Main street; T. S. Preston, 154 Main street; Frank Sayre, 408 Main street; . B. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls, 49% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. I. Parker, 10 liiniiin squar...