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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER, "SJPAIWTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport J. J. BHEDD, House Fainter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—lB7% North Aye. Re.ld.noe—4 Wklt. Street. The Bed Work done under raj owa supervision In every ease. J)ROP HI A POSTAL. E.L.PERRY, House Painting, FAPEB HANGING and FRESCOING, 3 Saraent St., North Cambridge. Can refer to&lt;ome of the best people In Ward 0, for whom I have worked. pj. 0. DANFORTH, House FAIWTIITO, Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsouiining, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. FORREST &amp; PRINCE, 'WSoi.T, Painting, GRAINING and GLAZING. Kalaomlnina;, Wbitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. for jobbing of all kind, sent by mall or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN M. FOBBBST JAMKH A. PBIHCB. ALFRED D. MACCANN, ERESCOER, Interior PainterAHn Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, 1 RESIDENCE, 88 Chapman Place, I 110 Hampshire Street, Boston. (Ita...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Prospect Lodge, X. of H. f meets next Tuesday evening. Hon. A. B. Alger was initiated Into Cam - bridge Lodge No. 18,1. O. O. F., last' Tuesday evening. Dana Council, A. L. of 11., held Its first regular meeting in its new quarters, Central Hall, on Monday evening. Br. Herbert A. Chase has been elected • member of Cambridge Canton, I*. M., having been admitted by card from Toledo. Deputy Supreme Justice Brother Herbert D. Allen visited Keene, N. H., Wednesday evening, and instituted a branch of the Iron Hall. District Deputy H. F. Peak visited Jefferson Council, Maiden, last week Tuesday, and Puritan Council, Boston, last week Friday.. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F., initiated one candidate Monday evening. The new officers showed themselves highly efficient. Al a meeting of Franklin Council, B. A., Tuesday evening, Mr. George Close was elected orator, in place of Mr. A. J. Lawson, deceased. St. Omer Lodge No. 9, X. of P., worked the second rank on one ...
The Sisterhood of Iron Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Sisterhood of Iron Hall. A rousing meeting of ladies Interested In the Order of the Iron Hall was held at Cambridge Hall, on Thursday evening of last week, for the purpose of organizing a branch of the sisterhood of the order in this city. A charter list bearing tho names of'llo ladies, 00 of whom were present, was presented. Deputy Supreme Justice N. D. Allen, assisted by Supreme Instructor James P. Ewell and Dr, M. D. Church, vice justice of Branch No. 84, completed the institution of the branch. Officers were elected and installed as follows: Mrs. Georgle A Llttlefleld, past chief justice; Mrs. Mary Skilllng, chief justice; Mrs. Liza F. Ewell, vice justice; Mrs. Louise ¥. Gay, accountant; Miss Eva M. Stewart, cashier; Mrs. Ella B. Church, adjuster; Mrs. Fannle Green, prelate; Mrs. Nellie Jarvls, herald; Mrs. L. F. Flowers, watchman; Mrs. Mary J. Owler, vedette; trustees, Mrs. Hannah M. Wood, Mrs. A. R. Downing, Miss Martha R. Jones: Dr. M. D. Church, medical examiner. The bra...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Temperance Orders. The Loyal Temperance Legion will not meet until September on account of repairs to the Front-street school-house, where the meetings have been held. Mayflbwer Division, S. of T., has recently elected and Installed the following officers: W. P., J. C. Rand; W. A, F. D. Dal ton; R. 8., Miss Cora E. Rand; A. R. S., B. J. Middleton; F. S., W. S. Wallace; chaplain, Mrs. Carrie Hodgklns; C, Charles Dawson; A. C, Miss Carrie McGrath; G. 8., William M. McDowell; P. W. P., Mrs. C. J. Chllds; treasurer, N. C. Mulllken. The forty-second quarterly convention of the State Reform Association was held at Haverhill, last week Friday, and was as successful as any ever held. Although fewer clubs were represented, owing to the picnic of temperance societies at Lake Waldeu, yet the interest of those in attendance was clearly manifested, while the exercises wero worthy the body convened. The address of welcome by the pastor of Grace Church, Rev. Mr. Foss, and the response by S. R....
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Surgeon General Holt and Representative Perkins visited the Second Brigade camp on Thursday. TheW. H. Smart Relief Corps held an entertainment Tuesday evening, on which occasion a visit was received from the renowned Peak family. Captain Henderson of the City Guard has appointed Arthur R. Henderson to the position of coporal, made vacant by the expiration of the term of service of Sergeant H. C. Steams. It is unnecessary to state that tho Second Brigade has been in camp this week at South Framlngbam. The Tribune leaves the particulars of the event for recital next week. We can say, however, that tho Fifth Regiment, and our own Company B, has shown up to good advantage, and in a way highly creditable to them.
The Ancients Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Ancients Abroad. The Ancienl and Honorable Artillery Company of Boston was well represented at the anniversary celebration of the Honorable Artillery Company of London, at the armory on Flnsbury square, on Monday of last week. The great banquet on that evening was followed by a visit to the Wimbledon rifle range, on Tuesday. Wednesday the visitors were dined by Captain Baker, at the rooms of the Falstalf Club, attending a smoking concert at Flnsbury Armory in the evening. Thursday they dined with the Duko of Portland, at the armory. On Friday the Bostonlans attended the Kempton-park races, going thither on a four-in-hand drag, and in the evening half of the party were dined by the lord mayor, at the mansion house, and the remainder by Colonel Borden, at the Naval and Military Academy. Saturday they had a private audience with the Prince of Wales, at St. James Palace, being presented to his royal highness by the Duke of Portland. Tlie festivities in London were concluded In the e...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Lexington. Asa Cottrell, Esq., Is still confined to hie house by illness. M. F. Mills, Esq., Is stopping with his family at Poland Springs. Oakland street Is the active part of the town this year, and the hou es of Mr. Alonzo E. Locke and Mr. Herbert Wellington are progressing; tho town water is being carried through (he streot and the streot newly graded. In East Lexington, a "Non-partisan Woman Suffrage League" has been formed, of which Mrs. L. W. Peaslco is president. There Is considerable interest in this movement In East Lexington, but tho main village seems not to be "aroused." The Massachusetts House, besides proving a most delightful home to Its many summer boarders, is the objoctlve point of ■numerous tally-ho anil dog-cart travellers, and barge excursions, and some such party Is I'iit.i'i•mined there almost every day. The Russell House is full all tho time, though there is a continual change of guests as one party goes to tho shore, or to the mountains, and others corno to...
The Rat Trap. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Rat Trap. Th. Mat. rat trap .old by llurdllt A Whit. IS on. of the MM d.vlnes over invented for the de.truotlnn of the.. houMhold pests. The traps are stronf—on. will ltat a lifetime, audi I. .asily k.pt clean. A single trap will rid a lions, of overy one of the., destructive rodent..
Milk Butter. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Milk Butter. In the current Issue of the London Lancet there is an Important editorial article on the adulteration of food and drugs which Is worthy of wide attention. The following suggestion, on the subject of butter vs. oleomargarine, will interest every housekeeper: "There can be no difference of opinion as to what in popular acceptation constitutes butter. It is a semi-solid, prepared from milk only, but containing naturally and unavoidably a considerable quantity of water. Tbe addition of salt and of a minute quantity of some harmless coloring matter is justifiable; but foreign fats, such as are grouped together under the names of butteiiue and oleomargarine, are not butter, and their sale therefore as butter is a palpable fraud. But even to this apparently simply story there is another side, which must not be forgotten. It seems certain that these butter substitutes are as wholesome and fit for food as butter. They are much more palatable than the cheaper kinds of genuine but...
The Children's Ride. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Children's Ride. Once there wero two little girls. Their names Were Rosy and Alice. They had a little brother whose name was Robbie. Once when they were iv tho woods they saw a creature with eyes of flame, whistling as It went through the air, and it said in a gruff voice, "I am a Jabberwock." "What kind of a creature under the sun are you?" said Robbie: "what flashing eyes you havet You look rather kind, though very frightful. Please take me up to the moon on your back aud give me some cheese when you get there." Robbie had heard that there was cheese in the moon, but he did not really think so; only for a joke he said that. "Oh! you soft Utile pussy thing!" said Rosy, as they rode away up to the moon. Pretty soon they went bump against something which was shiny and yellow. It was the moon. Then Jabberwock let the children get off her back, and asked the Man in the Moon if he would please get from hi closet soma cheese. "Why!" said Bobbie "I didn't know there was really any che...
Training to Meet Change. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Training to Meet Change. A single discovery In chemistry, a new application of photography, a novel use of electricity, is liable to change at once the methods in vogue in a whole group of industries, to render obsolete costly machinery and painfully acquired skill. Hence all who lake Interest in the kind of education to he given In the common schools of America may well demand that such training shall be given tho youth of the rising generation as will best enable them to meet tho ever-shifting conditions which must Inevitably result from the new discoveries, which now seem always Impending. To teach a trade which the next invention may destroy, to train a pupil in the technical skill of a particular Industry, of which lite next discovery may make an end, seems plainly a wasteof time.—/. Edwards tlarke, in American Magazine.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
PARTNERSHIP NOTICE. The undersigns* Jhave this day formed s partnership for the transaction of business a. mason., contractors and builders with union at 39 Wendell Street, Huston. 11. W. LKaCII. J, A. OBAST. UAHBIIIIKIB, July 1, 1887. BBS For " worn-out," " run-down," school teaeton, milliners, seamstressse, nousukeeper*, and over-worked women Keoemlty, Ilr.Tlcroo's Favorite Prescription la the boat of all restorative tnnk*. It Is not a "Owj*"• but admirably MIIIHs a £n|Traea. of ii n 1} s.. lielnir a most potent Spcelth' for nil how OhmtlO Weuktien.es and DIsCaSPS peellllir to wot..en. It Is a iiowerliil. general M well as uterine, ton and nervine, and Impart, vigor nod strvnath to Hie whole system. It promt"l ly euro, wiiikneiw of stomach, IndlMtlon. WOMIna, wenk back, nervous prostmtlon. debility and alcenlcaancaa, In either aox. Favorite Prose, ntlon is wild by ilnm-M-lHts under our oostUet guaranty. 808 snipper nmiinil bottle. Price M.OO, or nix lioltlea tor *...00. A larirn t...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE REPAIRING Of all kind. done. Fir.t-Class Work, - Reasonable Price.. New and Second-Hand Machine, for sale, low. F. E. GARLAND, 400 Cambridge St., cor. Tremont St., Cambridgeport. NOTICE TO BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE RIDERS OF CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY: If you want any kind of REPAIRING Done to your Wheels, call here. Difficult Repairing and Altering a Specialty. Nickeling, Enameling and Painting. Second-hand Bicycles and Tricycles at Low Prices. Machines to Let. Open Evenings. OT. J. NEWMAN, 10 Brattle Street, Cambridge. It7~ Ask for the Keystone Saddle. REPAIRS M SUPPLIES, Mm THE SUPPLY CO., |H 95 Putnam Commonweiillh of Massachusetts. MIODLESKX, BS. PROBATE COUUT. To tlie Heirs-.t-l.aw. nest of Kin, and all otb.r Peraon. Interested in the fettle of,MARIA E. X ILBI'RN, late of Cambridge, In said County, widow, decea..d, greeting: Whereas, a certain instrnmenl'piirp.rtlng to be the lest will .nd testament of s.id deceased lis. been presented to s.ld Couit. for Probate, b...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
rr— •" pe&amp;uty &amp;e,c&lt;s&gt;\jfz of \tf fows6 edgy, tp\ oo lh bMe &amp;od genep&amp;l Svctapt&amp;biUi^, o/ — &amp;£C&lt;Nufe it i/ IfeKpj'd wd mil tfte no/ J- /e/i/efe if * —of— .X--pfety Becavufe it fto% tfxe / o&lt;&gt;e &amp;od will not /pllt-%^Qj»/4JVCP in dpiv.r)** &amp;&lt;»e liable to do. 1 Is——ss.—»» ■—■ ii ill COR PLEASURE ANDIIEALTH ~ * * l IN VACATION. Cycling is Unequalled. (olum M&amp; j||lL . 1 n c yclcs CONSTITUTE the majority of American riders of first class machines. Have ridden around the world. Hold World's Records from 1-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Ha\»e never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. PnAp Mfa Cn 7 ? Franklin St., Boston. J. \JJS&amp; J.rj.Jg. Illustrated Catalogue Free DAME, STODDARD &amp; KENDALL, Successors to Bradford tc Anthony, IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FISHING TACKLE OF HIGH GRA...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0 21. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'FCAwwdgeTribune PUBLISHED KYKRY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bibaorlptlon for one year $2.50 Single Copies 6 oents By mail tree of Postage. The TntBUNK Is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches aubscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It la for sale, at five cents a copy, af the following news stands: Old Cambbidoe: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambbidoepobt: Mr. Shedd, 664 Main street; G. E. French, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 589 Main stroet and 27 River street; corner of Allaton and Magailne streets; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; A. P. Greenleaf, 469 Main street; T. S. Preston, 454 Main street; Frank Bayre, 403 Main street; I, B. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls, 249% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broad...
In the Open. The Riverside's Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887
In the Open. The Riverside's Regatta. Last Saturday was a red letter day for the Riverside Boat Club, as on that day was held their most successful regatta. Even the gods of the weather seemed to be propitious and held back the rain just longenough to finish tho last race and allow the spectators to reach their homes. Speaking of the races, one of the spectators, an old boating man, who has himself had many a hard struggle with tbe oar, declared they were the finest he had ever seen on the river, and said he found himself as much excited over the different events as if he had been a member of the club. Indeed the crowd, which numbered fully 1500 people, must have felt the same way, judging from the manner in which they cheered the winning crews. The first race was for the doublo scull working boats, and the contestants were Boymau and Harrington, McKay and E. Sullivan, and Welsh and O'Leary. The first named pair took the lead at tbe start, and were never headed throughout the race, ...
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887
On the Water. Hanlan's race with (iaudaur was a most unsatisfactory affair, anil has caused much unfavorable criticism. Captain Newman of the l.ivcrshlo sixoared ere*/ Is taking great Interest In bis men and will have lliem on the river on every poMible occasion. Mr. Newman says It wll be bad luck Indeed If there Isn't a "csming four" amongst the six. liubear, Teemer, Courtney, Hainm, Ross, Homier and Conley have already entered the regatta which takes place at Oswego Fails, New York, In August. |iis rumored that Smith will have to defed! the medal in a short time, and a fine rat* will be the result as one or two momben have gone into strict training. the Riversides recently loaned the "leeket" to the Boston police who were dr*vging the river for the body of the Stevenson boy. Some of the members also gavi their services. Ut. Marshea, the jeweller of Harvard .squire, will present a gold medal, to be rovtid for at the picnic of tho Bradford and Hive-side Boat Clubs, He is just now en...
Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887
Base-Ball. Aihas 10, Wlnlhrops 8; at Downer's Lanlng. Canbridge plays the Slonehams al Stonebam his afternoon. J.F. Biitu-rwnrth has been electod captain Hid Archie Campbell field captain of the *. M. C. A. team at tbe meeting of the clubleld Monday evening. Tb final game in the series between the Cam-rldge and Chelsea Y. M. C. A. teams will robably be played on Cambridge CommoOiome time in August. Th fourth in the series of Aye games hetwee the Cambridge and Chelsea Y. M. C. / teams was played In Chelsea last Salulay afternoon, and resulted in the defeat i the Cambridge players by tho score of 100 4, thereby making the series a tie, with wo games won to the credit of each. Altliugh a large delegation accompanied the Ine from this city, they gave a very poorixhibition aud played a very listless garni errors being very frequent. Clark aud lay fielded well, but the costly errors of Vultford, Dyer and Page could not be (ivenme, and at the end of the seventh limit game was called, as th...