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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBBIDOE PROPERTY ONI.Y. KO BOSTON OFFICE. Bare yonr property pieced on my Hit Immediately, as lam in a position to thaw and direct patrons U> may place la tn* city. Building LoU for .ale In the mint deelrable locations. HOUBEB FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET rELEPHONE 7318. Established 185*1. Alexander McDonald A Son, CAMBRIDGE Mow Fire line Co. Insures Dwellings and Contents. ** This home company, having had a prosperous business for the past few yean, ha. again increased its dividends to Policy Holders, and will hereafter (August lit and thereafter), until further notloe, p»y 40 per cent, on One year Policies. 60 " " " Three" ' 70 " " " Five " Parties desiring Insurance can apply personally at the Home office, No. SSS Main Street, Cambrldgeport, or send postal card and they will be waited upon at their residences. JOSIAH W. COOK, ALFRED L. BARBOUR, President. Secretary and Treasurer. RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSION...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

- _ ftw BALB BY J. A. HOLMES & CO. RYDER & DAVIS. 1 aUUSK S. McINTYRE. 3 «. NORRIS & MERRILL. CHAS. JAMES. CHAS. W. CARMAN. ZkV "THE PERFECT CLEANSER." Boston & Lowell R. R. "MERRIMACK VALLEY ROUTE" TO THK We Milis, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, ADD ALL PARTS OF Vermont, Mew Hampshire and Canada. The only Line Running; Three Train. every week day to the White Mountain.. Maun llondolr Sleeping; Oar on 1 P. M. train Boston to Fabyan, and on 10.30 P. SI. train Fabyan to itoston. EXCIIKHIOM TICKETS. Good going bud returning until October, are on sale at the company's Boston Otlice, SlB Washington street, aud at Causeway-street station, at the following rates; also, at Lawrence and Lowell Stations, at Salem, at proportionate rates:— Actan, P. Q 516.00 Marlboro, N. H 5.00 Alexandria Bay, N. Moredith, N. H 8.30 V 18.50 Mllford, N II »2.60 Alburgh Springs, Montreal, Can 10.00 Vt 12.80 Moutpeller, Vt D.rSO Amherst, N. H 2.40 Mt. Vernon, N. H.. 3.00 Antrim,...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

M STANDARD WILL put a horse in good coudition with less expense and trouble thau anything else. SO LBS., SO FEEDS, AUE & 00. BOSTON LEATHER AND RUBBER REPAIR SHOP. 63 Elm Street, - - Boston. All kinds of Rubber Boots and Overshoes repaired at short notlc. and warranted. Rubber soles applied to leather boots. All kinds of clothes wringers repaired. ' Price I.lst for Leather Work. For tapping Men's 800t5... .60 Heeling 25 " " Boy,' •• ....4B " 20 " " Woman's" ....48 " 20 " " Misses' " ....« " IB IiKOKUK, A. iikkw, Proprietor. WELCOME AND "TheOENOTB.'' KACII BKANI> STAMPKD as above. The use of pure and sweet materials In the n anulactuie of Soap is alway. the base of every merit, giving to a first-class article every advantage in WASHING QUALITIES Over soaps of doubtful character. Proved by the above brands, confirmed by their constantly Increasing demand, and by their numerous Imitations In all directions by other manufacturers. Consumers notice the difference a...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

PUREJvIILK. West Sohkbvillk, July 21,1887. Tbe estate of John H. Brookhouse will continue the delivery of Pure Milk from selected cow., with the same fidelity to the Interests of patrons as heretofore. While Pure Milk I. recommended by physicians as a nutritious article of diet, by adulteration or the lack of proper oare It becomes an equally recognised, and most subtle medium of communicating disease. The numerous cases of typhoid fever In Cambrldgeport tho past year, furnish a case In point, having been each and every one traced directly to milk from one farm. To Insnre healthful Milk cows must occupy dean, well-ventilated quarters, be fed with bay and grain or the beet quality, and receive careful attention, while the milk must be cooled by the most approved method. The premises are open to visitors, and examination of the animal, and tbelr surroundings Is Invited. Cows are fed and milked from 4 to 6 A. M.. and from 3.30 to 6P. M. No milk will be delivered but that from cow. fed ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY » Should take with them a box or two of our delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, For sale by all Grocer.,land At Our Stores. 33 * 35 ELM BTREET -' *"***** •»•■»**«»•"■ 479 CAMBRIDGE BTREET,. .. ■■ a . ..A*. ..... ' I 106 RIVER BT., CAMBRID OpengSundaye from 7.30 to 9 A. M.; THURSTON I HULL BISCUIT.COMPANY. NOW IS THE TIME. Mr. Lee L. Powers has secured from' the departing students many fine bargains in Pictures, Bric-a-Brac, 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 cfieap. Among the lot are many superb bargains. It is getting late for refrigerators, consequently my stock-will be closed out at low prices. Lunch Baskets—Just the identical thing for picnic and excursion parties, from 25c. up. LEE L. POWERS, 30 Boylston Street, Cambridge. MATFS FRENCH RAT TRAP, ONE OF THE GREATEST INVENTIONS OF THE AGE. EZOne of these traps will keep'la house entirelyifre...

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A Bachelor's fate. What Came of Dodging a Designing Young Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

A Bachelor's fate. What Came of Dodging a Designing Young Woman. Perry Vance was a bachelor—old bachelor, as some people were impolite enough to qualify the word, although he was In reality several years short of tbe fatal forty, where a man's friends are first justified In thus labeling him. But then Mr. Vance seemed so confirmed and hopeless a Coelebs that it was small wonder If those who know him fell into the way of giving him brevet rank, In the conviction that the future would be as the past. His own mother was a sharer ih this belief, reluctantly enough, for she was not the sort of mother to be jealous of "the not impossible she" that might come to divide her domestic empire; on the contrary, It was the seeming impossibility of such a she which caused all her anxiety. Almost from the time Perry had come out of round jackets, Mrs. Vance had occupied herself with the question of his marriage, and had set trap after trap for him; perhaps it was the early consciousness of this th...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

HORACE PARTRIDGE «t CO., BOBTON, j*So* - - ' Pr(,hW. MAMU»ACTUB«K» AKD IMI»OBTkHS Or FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. wr;::::::;::::::::::::: Jd^ - Lawn Tennis a specialty. m ZZ'.'.'.'i.'--'.'-'.'.'. Jf. TmmW The NEW CAMBRIDGE 1» a rival to oui ; n4W celebrated Peerle,,, Climax and Champion-Favor -j. AtMmr ltet , t Harvard and other College, aud with leadlrij Club, throughout th. Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE fc CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. For a 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 — 30 July 1887

PAPER HANGINGS, JflßUk Drapery Materials, .4£g*&£ft Window Shades, etc. ° n * 0I the largest collections of the above goods can H-lW De '"""d at our new and elegant store, where every con. W"' IX^SwWPs^^BfUV 1 ."Ul.iioe for the seleeUon of goods Is offered. ■WOO fes Special attention given to tbe furnishing of PMvate Kesl. tMRR IsßaXXW>oO<9 bIH/ Kst'im.tee glien If desired, and competent men lent to jPrJCFinDf,' fljß= LOWEST CASH PRICES. •^M^ n H*Mr= Tho Boston Wall Paper Co., ™ —>T" WM. A. CORSE, Manager, 30 SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, uefortunately, low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catch the public. A long experience lv business proves to us that first-class good, pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING BTOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETS I« now complete, and we are offering FIRST-GLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturers, at prices lower than ever before. A...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been issued from the office of superintendent, of buildings: 743—William P. Cutler, Rice street. Ward Five, cellar wall, 33x13 feet; J. F. Broanahan, builder. 744.45.4e—Francis R. Henderson, Cottage Park avenue, Ward Five, three one-tene-ment wooden dwellings, 20x24 feet in dimensions. 747-48—Francis R. Henderson, North avenue, Ward Five, two one-tenement wooden dwellings, 22x28 feet. 749 —Francis R. Henderson, new street opposite Tannery street, Ward Five, double tenement, 36x34 feet. 750—City of Cambridge, Portland street, Ward Two, truck and engine bouse; 37x82 foet; James Fogerty, architect; H. Coon & Co., builders. 751—Thomas Broderlck, 46 DeWolf street, two additions to house, 16x16 feet. 762—Thomas Broderick, rear 28 Beaver street, Ward One, wooden stable, 16x28 feet; H. Briggs, btrilder. 753—L. B. Spaulding, No. 35 Essex street, Ward Two, two-story wooden dwelling for three families, 28x32 feet; James Foge...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

.».*t<. ssuc wi " ue ,ue Third SeraiIS.nl. » {Number of The Tribune. It rerTed \' ■ complete recotd of the the nri'ce'n 10,,s of lhe P" 1 ,lx mouths, cost P of food W great importance The f.,,„ii;,. u . lumbers already published Sore *•- ? satisfactory in giving in Tne | lonnected form a review of ,„„.,„ , *uonths, and both readers and Unot so "beginning to look forward to J? " ... S. ual issues with groat Interest. Thffl" .'", 5 careful descriptions of all imporla,. elllngs and other buildings erected d g the half year, and several illustralior i The Building Number will ~.r.-_L-_ ach the attention of all Cam- ' who are interested in buildihe ,ln 8" an( ' wl " tnerefore b* ot exister to a large class of advertisers. i. Ie amount of space has already beer, . 1, alrd for good locations it will be n*. "al to send in your orders early. Copy shou:- ' reach ua on Thuraday next, attire latcsi ' On account of an informality in the title to the Briggs estate, which is situated on...

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About people. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

About people. Mr. Payson Tucker, of Portland, Me., has offered to give tbe granite for the pedestal of the Longfellow statue in that city. The stone will come from the quarry at North Oonway. James James, a negro, and, citizen of the United States, who resides at Santa Rosa, Mux., is perhaps the oldest man on earth. He was born near Dorchester, S. C, in 1752. He is supposed to have been a near relative of the late Joice Helh. The Philadelphia Press says: Prof. Elisha Gray's new discovery is called auto-tele-graphy, and it is claimed that it will be possible with its use to write upon a sheet of paper and have an autographic fac-simile of the writing reproduced by telegraph .100 miles away, and probably at a much greater distance. No one need remain ignorant of the strange or interesting flowers that may be found during summer rambles in the fields and woods, for Mr. £. E. Sterns, 2:! Union squaro, New York, offers to furnish, without charge, the scientific and popular names of any p...

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A Slight Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

A Slight Mistake. "Hut that is not ho bad as to think ono is in church when one Is at the play. My wife is the daughter of a minister, and bail never been in a theatre until she came to Boston with me, and I was to meet her and our hostess at llie Park Theatre one night. By some mischance I was late, ami flurried and disappointed, the two Indies were ushered down what seemed to the countrywoman an interminable aisle, to tho third row of stalls from the from. My wife, as she sank into ber seat, dropped her head at once devoutly upon Ihe rail In front. At this moment her companion gasped: 'Sarah, what are you coins to do?' 'Take off my rubbers,' said the quick-witted woman, abandoning her prayers to clutch at a foot that was guiltless of overshoe.''— v4meric<in Magazine.

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A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

A Correction. Ma. Km i or: In your very nattering description of S.wln's Eipress, published In the Harvard square supplement to the Tribune some time sloce, you refer to me a. the sole proprietor of the same. Iv Justice to my brother, J. B. Sawln, 1 wish to correct this, as he has been an equal partner with me In the business for more than twenty year,, and has done his part towards building It up. By giving this an early Insertion, you will greatly ohllg.. Yours, etc., M. M. SAWIN.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Agents wanted to handle the Bom Heater farnaoe, manufactured by Folger A Dupont, West Somerville.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Special Announcement. We wonlo call the attention ef th. bonding pnblto to ear «»tMIM *wsertssent of FINISH LUMBERAnd aUo to oar facllltlee for drying and keeping dry our .jt.nflve and varied stock of Fine Hard Woods, Floor Boards, Etc. Our patron, can always f.el auured of DBT LUMBER bc-uubt of us BEING uRY. In the matter of prices w. are In a position to meet tbe market >nd .h.U do so. A call at our yards, 380 Main .treat, will convince you of the correctness of our statement. Very truly yours, GEO. OT. GALE, Cambridgeport. ■ale's Honey the great Ootig h oare,*Se.,St>e.fell Ciena's Sulphur Soap heel, a beautifies, Ma German Corn Remover kill. Corns k Bunion. Hlir, Hilr and Whisker Dye—Black and-Brown, Ma Pike's Toothache Drop, cure In 1 If Inate.lSo Dean's Rheumatic Pill, see a sure cue. 60c Ansel Xavier, CARRIAGE PAINTER, * lr> Main HI , opposite Cherry. ORIIKKH PROMPTLY AT'EXDBD TO. Work done In a satisfactory manner and at a reasonable price. D....

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Desirable Property FOR SALE. Ut. Charles E. Tibbett.. being about to go to California to reside, oilers bis Residence, Horses, Carriages, Furniture, Ice Privilege and Ice House for tale at a bargain. The House Is situate.l at the corner of Mead street and Cogswell avenue, and numbered 30 Mead street; con lain, ten rooms (including bath-room), furnace, cemented cellar, gas, soapstone sink In kltcb.n, washroom with soapstone tubs, water closet lv cellar, kitchen range, and all the conveniences that could be asked for; wltb 4,000 feet of land. • The Furniture consist, of many de.lr.bl. pieces of modern design. Also to be sold: A Lot of Land, In the rear of the house, containing 15,000 feet, on which IS situated a abed and .table, with accommodations for seven horses; artesian well on premises; situated alongside the Fltchburg Railroad, wltb side track running close to land, making an excellent opportunity for manufacturing purposes. Several horses, harnesses and carriages are Included ...

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