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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

paper HAivaiives, PAINTS, ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Varnishes, Oils, Brushes, Window Glass. By Full lines of the above, In new and fresh goods, can be found at the ■tore of the undersigned. FIEST-OLABS WOBK SOLICITED AND SATISFACTION GUABANTEED. HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTING", PAPER HANGING, KALSOMINING, AND INTERIOR DECORATING. W. J. EDWARDS, 16 AND 22 BOYLSTON ST.. HARVARD BQ., CAMBRIDGE. SHOP 16. STOKE at). CARL A. CORLIN AU KindsTf Roofing, /S " AVK A jpAJ_~ Aml (iuaranteCB Satisfaction. 7 ""' Rtf Of. i?*Biaf^ > W Being with H. F. PEAK fur eight years (during the t Foreman), I am well recommended by Carpenter,, I^__ r * Builders and Architects. Your patronage solicited. MillfStreet, foot Holyoke, Cambridge, E. W. EMERSON, GRAINING nUUSL rAlJjlLll, 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 Street, proprietors, « ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

KELLIE & CROZIER. H a|PAIMTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport J. J. BHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—ls7 l /, North Aye. Realdence-4 Whtr. Street. The Best Work done under my owe supervision in every case. J)80P ME A POSTAL. E. J_i. PEIvRY , House Painting,, PAPER HANGING and FRESCOING, 8 Sargent St, North Cambridge. Can refer to some or the best people in Ward 6, for whom I have worked. GEO. 0. DANFORTH, hou.. PAINTING, Graining, Glazing, Whitening, Kalsominiog, Tinting and Paper Hanging. Shop, No. 5 Palmer St., Cambridge. PORREST & PRINCE, La w* B wlt H h o*.T, Painting, GRAINING and GLAZING. Kal.ominlng, Whitening and Tinting. .00 Harvard Street, near Harvard 50..,) Cambridge. gyOrders for jobbing of all kinds sent by mail or left at the shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN M. FOBKE6T JAMES A. PHIKUK. ALFRED D. NIACCANN, FRESCOER, Interior PainteriMn Hardwood Polisher, OFFICE, RESIDENCE, 87, Chapman Place, I III) Hampshi...

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Cambridge Lodges. Great Sun Council of Red Men. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Great Sun Council of Red Men. The great council fire of the great council of Massachusetts Improved Order of Bed Meulwas kindled at the Wigmam of Shawmut Tribe, 730 Washington itreet, Boston, Thursday, at the tenth run, setting of tbe son. Great Sachem William J. Dinsmore nf Cambridge, presiding. All of the great chiefs were present, also a large representation of the past Sachems of tbe different tribes within the jurisdiction. From the long talk of Great Sachem Dinsmore It is evident that the Red Men have kept faithfully on the trail for palefaces during the past great sun, and that marked improvements have been made in the order throughout this reservation. During the past great sun thirty-five tribes have been instituted, three extinsr. tribes resuscitated and five councils of the degree of Pocahontas instituted. At present there are 61 tribes, which is an increase of 38, with a present membership estimated at 7800, or an increase of 500. There are five council...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Notes. The enamelled gold pins of the Royal Society of Good Fellows can now be had at the trifling cost of $1.50 each. J. Howard Payne, Council, Home Circle will go on an exclusion to the Point of Pines next Wednesday evening. The per capita tax of ten cents in the Knights of Honor should be remitted to the Supreme Treasury, on or before Sept. 15. Several pale faces arc ready for adoption, at the regular meeting of Ponemah Tribe No. 9, Improved Order of Red Men, next Wednesday evening. The Improved Order of Bed Men has risen in a very short time from an insignificant position, to be one of the leading fraternal organizations of the state. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F., worked the first degree on two candidates Monday evening. Tho work was performed by tbe officers of the lodge in the absence of the degree staff. Cambridge Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. F., worked the first degree on seven candidates Tuesday evening under a suspension of the rules. The initiatory will be worked next T...

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The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

The Temperance Orders. Mayflower Division Son' »t Temperence initialed one candidate Monday evening. A new Temple of Honor is soon lo be instituted in Arlington, to be followed by another in Somerville, both of which are now being organized. Notwithstanding the heated season Unity Tomple of Honor continues to hold large and Interesting meetings, an average attendance of about forty being maintained through the summer months. The Progressive Temperance Union held >a largely attended and interesting meeting Wednesday evening. Among the speakers wero Messrs. O. J. Hand, J. M. Patrlquin, J. Hicks, F. E. Mason, S. R. M'Cready, J. Hibbard and others. The Cambridge Temperance Reform Association will be entertained on Sunday evening in Timple Hall with an address by Mr. George W. Penniman, D. O. W. P., and other well known speakers from thedivisions of the Sons of Temperance of this city who have charge of tho meeting on that evening. There will be a Union District meeting of the...

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The Fifth Regiment in Camp. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

The Fifth Regiment in Camp. 11l accordance with general orders No. 7, issued from the adjutant general's office May 4, 1887, the Fifth Itegiment left Boston for the annual five days' tour of duty at South Framlngham, Tuesday morning, July 10, via the Boston and Albany railroad. The regiment reported with 175 officers and onlisted men out of a possible 536. This exceeds In numbers the attendance al any camp of au eight company regiment since the reorganization of the militia In IS7H. The regiment reported on tbe field shortly after 11.30 o'clock and after being admonished by Colonel Bancroft to perform all of tbe duties of tbe week in a soldierly manner, were dismissed to their quarters to arrange their toilet and prepare fur dinner. Miss M. It. Jones catered for the City Guard during the week. Cambridge should feel proud of her military commands. At the encampment of the first brigade In June, the Massachusetts Guard, Captain Frank W. Dalliuger, led Hint brigade will) a total of fif...

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Adjutant George A. Keoler, of the First Battalion Cavalry, rodo a different horse each day while iv camp. The annual parade, target shoot, dinner and ball of the Claflln Guards of Newton Will take place in October. The clock and gun-rest at the guard house at the state camp ground are of the pattern used at West Point. A prize of 5000 marks Is offered by the German minister of war for the best model of an improved cartridge box. Several members of the City Guard are anticipating applying for a transfer to Battery A of Boston at an early date. The Brockton Band attached to Ihe Fifth Regiment was the centre of attraction at its evening concerts during the week at camp. Captain Newell A. Thompson, aide-de-camp ou tho staff of General Peach, will pass the month of August travelling wiih friends In the White mountains. There wcro but 28 members of the Fifth Regiment that failed to report for duty at camp last week. There were 1 sergeant, 1 corporal and 20 p...

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Past Department Commander George H. Patch. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Past Department Commander George H. Patch. Mr. George v. Patcb, past department commander of tho Grand Army of Massachusetts, died at*hia residence lv South Framlngham, Tuesday morning, nt ton o'clock, of pneumonia. Ho was aboiil '13 years of ago. At tho age of 10 ho enlisted from the town of I.ittle'.on, Aug, 21, 1801, and was mustered Into company F, l-Btn .Massachusetts regiment, 001, Edward W. Hincks commanding. The regiment was roculted at Lynnlleld, loft tlie slalu Aug. 88, 1861, proceeding to Washington, ami from thciicii to PoolesvlllOi Mib They were assigned I" I In- lid brigade, 8d division, 2d corps. At I'oolcsvllle the companies were initialized, and Comrade Patch was trimsferred from Capt. Hlcii's cunipuny to ('apt. Jonathan If. I'lymptnii's OOtnpatiy, and in that company carried v mv kct ilui'lii;,' his term of service. He was captiiroit'viii "ttlo 17lh of September, 1802, Inkon Up the Shenandoah valley to Btoughton,and ihrooa to Richmond, He was confined in l.lbby six...

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

A Freedom Party. If every young man's 21st birthday was marked by such an enjoyable event as that which attended Mr. Hundley S. Christopher on Thursday evening, lie would have no reluctance at reaching his majority. The event in question was a freedom party tendered their son by Mr. and Mrs. Zenas Christopher at their homo on Davenport street. Fully one hundred friends called in during the evening—'he greater part to stay and enjoy the pleasant festivities of the occasion, a few to simply offer their congratulations and host wishes. The lawn around the house was decked with Chinese lanterns of which the party availed itself in helping to enjoy the beautiful evening out of doois. Refreshments were provided and by way of a pleasing divertisement the Misses DeWolf performed piano selections and Miss Wilson gave readings. One of the pleasant est parts of the affair lo the host was the piesentatlon to him of a handsome cherry secretary with roller ease, by bis young gentlemen friends, an...

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Summer Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Summer Drinks. The following delicious summer drinks are drawn from llazen's new ami ulegaul fountain: Ice cold sod:i, (wltb pure fruit syrups,) genuine Saratoga Vichy, nhosphated ginger cream, laclart, Mozle'B nerve food, Horsford's acid plmsphate. Holyoke lluihliug, Harvard squaro.

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

The Boston A. Lowell railroad Is offering special summer rates for excursion tickets, good until October. This road extends to sit the most fHshionable summer resorts at the While Mountains .s well v to .11 p«i i. of Canada aud th. Northern New Kngland State.. It is the only road running threo trains dally lo the mountains through tbe famous Merrlniuc valley. Send twelve cents In stamps lo th. compauy for copy of Mouutalu, Lake and Valley ami Wlnulpesaukee and About There, containing a full list of excursions and descriptive of the hill and like country of New Hampshire mid Vermont. This conveuleut guide Is handsomely Illustrated aed Is ludlspensible to every sumnior traveller. Lee L. Powers still haa mine flue bargain* In studeut'a cast oil furnishing.* and room decorations. Ko Ko Soap outwears anything and U cnutequently economical. Savena la Invaluable for bouse cleaning 'J'horndlke'K imU li a refreshing beverage.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

DEATHS. KIMHALI.-At Mount Auburn, .Inly IS, Mri. Jennie Treat Ktiuhull, M year*, 11 Ittontni, JOHNSON—III Botton, Sunday, July M, J. i}. A. .lolnimm (if (Cambridge, «0 years. HILLS—In Kaat Cambridge, July 28, lieaeon Henry S. HUH. Funeral Sunday, July 81, at 12.30 P. M., from hla late repiilence, 7K Thnrmhlio street. Krleuda and relatives toTttod without further notice. Intermeat Monday at Leomlmter.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Thoroughly cleans,- the Monti, which Is tho fiiuiitniii of health. In nsinir Dr. Pleroo'B Gold. en Medical Discovery, und (rood diirretlon, a fair skin, buoyant spirits. \lt»il Strength, and siiuiidiiiwni constitution will !«• MUbllsnod. Oolden Medical Discovery cures all humors from the eoininon Jilmple, blotch, orcruptlon to the worst Berofllla, or bipod-poison hsiwi'lally has It TOWn 11 its ellie.c.v mi eurinij Snlt-rhemn or Telle,-, lever-sores, illp-Jol t Disease, Scrofulous Sons iin.l Swrlllinrs, bnlarneil rilands, and Kntlmr I li era. (iolden Meilleal lliHcnvll> inn s ( olisnmptlon ( which Is Scrofula ol in- l.inursUiy its wonderful blood.piirlfjrlng, "VtenrnttaK.ana niitrlllvc properties.' For l.iiritis.. J-j''<-tliiirof lllnnd. Shortness nf Ilreulli. Ilrolicliltis, Seven) CoUgha, Asthma, iiml '■.iii'ln-il HIT -••- tlons. It le n soverelirn riiiic'.y. It promiuiy cures Hie severest Cuiiirhs. For Torpid Liver. Biliousness, or I .Iyer Complaint* PTspopßin...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

pe&uty <BcC2su/*e of itf edfaf. J*\°«Jlf> bl%ie &00" genep&l 3^cJevpr^biUt^, t6u/»/ecui»io«| f)c?Nlif) l °^ e f°°^ $e r\oj»i- te/ o */ La • < jjfc/etv .Became it W4f {fxe/6 o e will noi- /plit io dr»iviog n'rxilj' 2vi»e liable ro <Jo. COR PLEASURE AND HEALTH * * r /iV vacation: Cycling is Unequalled. Columbia, 1 n c yclQs 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. Have never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. Pn4)P Mfa Cn 79 Franklin St., Bos/on. A l/JSC> XVAJg. Illustrated Catalogue Free. % FRENCH tV AMERICAN CLOCKS, '--C9^'JEWELRY & EYE-6U&«J1I ffiEi^ repa,reo ,n ™ e best MANNE^4f^*fiffl BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE REPAIRING iif all kinds done. Flr.t-Class Work. - Reasonable Prices. New ami ieeond'Hand Machines for sale, low. F. E. GARLAND...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE THIRD SEMI-ANNUAL BUILDING NUMBER VOL. X....NO. 22. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subscription for one year, . . . . $2.50 Single Copies, . . . . . 5 cents By mall free of Postage. THE TRIBUNE is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambridge: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambridokport: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main stroetj 0. E. French, 888 Main street; F. L. Beunke, BS9 Main street and 27 River street; corner of Allston and Magazine streets; F. A. Clark, corner Alain and Pearl atre.tr; M. Dow, 163 Pearl .treet; A. P. Oreenlwf, 469 Main street; T. S. Preston, 4M .Main street; Frank Snyre, 405 Main street; 1. D. Thomas, 154 Harvard ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887

Cambridge. Mr. William H. Niles is at Wianno, Mass. Mr. William T. Piper has returned from Magnolia. Mr. Geo. A. Allen is passing his vacation at Enfield, N. H. Miss Carrie L. Perkins will spend August at Crescent Beach. Hon. Charles H. Saunders is at the Veranda House, Nantucket. Officer McElroy has returned from his vacation to Franklin Falls, N. H. Mrs. E. W. Bettinson of Brattle street is at Canton, Me., for a few weeks. Mr. Warren K. Blodgett, Jr., is at Lincoln, Mass., for the next two months. Prof. N. S. Shaler, the eminent geologist, is at the Springfield House, Nantucket. Miss O. S. Bragdon, ex-superintendent of the Cambridge post-office, is at Corinth, Me. Mr. C. F. Wilson and family are at the Farragut House, Rye Beach, until September 1. John Dunleary was convicted of illegal liquor selling on Monday, and fined $50 and costs. Mrs. Joseph Williams and family are at their cottage at Ocean Bluff, Brant Rock, Mass. Mr. W. H. Neal, of 23 Sacramento street, is rusticating at t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887

- «—UU 1— .■? Everybody I. ulklng about th. wonderful gain that Th. Boston Sunday Globe Is making each week, efen In Hie., clog.lav times. Last Sunday It reached tho unpr.oed.nteil figure of 1g5.020.

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Mr. Colby and family, of 14 Meacham street, are at BeacbmoDt. Letter-Csrrier Raymond is enjoying his fifteen days' vaostion around home. Bey. W. 8. Apsey, D. D., of Coggswell avenue goes to Gorham, N. 11., for a few weeks. Low's tannery, destroyed by Are not long since, has been rebuilt by Mr. J. F. Brosnahan. . Mrs. S. S. Drew, B. S. Drew and Alfred W. Drew will spend the summer at Jefferson, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Lynes are spending their vacation at tbe New American House, Kichfield Springs. Miss Hattie Stevens, book-keeper for Mr. Thatcher Stone, is spending her vacation at Marblehead Neck. The familiar face of Judge Orcutt is again seen on the stroet. He is rapidly recovering from his illness. A sad affair was the death of Mr. S. C. Wbltmore's infant son, last week Saturday, while the family were at Crescent Beach. Mr. C. F. Wilson, superintendent of Little, Brown &. Co.'s bindery, Boston, goes to tbe Farragut House, Bye Beach, N. H., for the next...

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