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Page 6 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
~ NEW LIVERY STABLE. Tho utii.prrigtied linn erected rind nocks?.l with rtrft flflMi Hor«et, (Jt.rrlr.gep, etc., a ftnumcdloue Livery Stable at NO. 249 MTyaIIBUBN ST., CAfxiBRIDGF Boarding, Baiting AND LETTING i«ti SES At reasonable pries r-, HACKS PIJRNISHI D. DAVID F. BURNS. BERRY'S PATENT HAMES, DFire Departments, Horse Railroads, Express Teams, Hacks and i Liertt Carriages, if* Zjlkly Without taking off jk' i M sijle. Manufsotared al I Ti Itoylatoli Street ti.llihrl.lic*. The proprietor i&gt;«v ok every facility for the piMkamiili and Machinist Bualusss, is ready to execute promptly tlrsl-i-la«s woik al reasonable prices. WELCOME AMI "TheGENUIBTE^ KACII HItAM) STAMPF.II AH The 11.0 of pure aed svreel malerlHla In Ihmerit, ihi tun. or Soap is always the base of sjasi Hi giving to a tlrst class article overy *'lvfc g WASHIN/Q QUA.' p r ov.db,t. ita*arfj . n .... ~f .i, .ni* fii I €-liar"-oir constantly tn StaV' "a ~ OOnfriSid "."....l-i.rous Imltat*"* S. dSrSsDd. aid b-o.n...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following nermlts have been issued from the office of superintendent of buildings: 490—-James McDonnell, Bennett street, Ward One, block of two houses, 49 ft. 0 in. by 49 ft. 0 in. by 29 ft.; J- Fogerty, aiclutecl; Stetson &amp; Diiismore, huildeis. 497—John I. Soitlre, corner of Pearl and Watson streets, Ward Four, block of six houses, 96x06x88; 11. D.enlson, architect; F. H. Stickney, builder. 498—Mrs. P. Quigley, Cushing street. Ward One, wood dwelling, 84x34x98; M. Curren, builder. 499—Mrs. Mary Wilson, Fairmont avenue, Ward One, block of two houses, 80x86x88; George M. Harding, architect; J. ItRhoades, builder. 500— S. Blaikie, 24 Mills street, Ward One, wood dwelling, 24x24x32. 501—Robert L. While, Elm street, Ward Two, wood storage building, 22x22x57; William Craig, builder. 502—William Gordon, 4 Blanche street, Ward Four, wood shop, 38x38x22; Charles Harney, builder. 503—Mrs. 8. B. Greenleaf, corner of Chestnut and Sydney streets, W...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
" The house In Pollen street that belonged to the Horace Mann estate has been bought by Prof. Moore of Harvard College. Mr. William McCleary has moved Into his new double house on Gushing street. Mr. McDonald, who is to occupy the other half, will move in this week. Mr. George Parry's new house on North avenue is to be frescoed hy MacCann. A comfortable dwelling is in course of orection for Dr. A. .1. Sawyer, on tin- corner of Chestnut aud Hrookline streets. The style of the architecture is somewhat quaint ami peculiar, but very pleasing In its Irregularity, The bouse is not large, but its rooms have lima 1 bay-windows, even in the attic. The windows are quite Irregular in their position. The ground Boot contains a parlor, sitling-riioui, dining-room, kitchen and closets, and upstairs* are numerous chambers. The house has front anil back stairs, is to bo healed by a furnace and will have a large and comfortable porch. The lower story is clapboarded, above, the house is shingled, it ...
List of Patents. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
List of Patents. Thtt following list of patents lias been issued up to March 22 lo citizens of Cambridge and neighboring places, as reported from the office of N. 0, Lombard, solicitor of patents, No. 40 State street, 80-ton: George F. Ballon, Walihain, improvements in lathes, six patents; also a graduating machine; John Bylield Lowell, knitting machine; Desmond Fltsgerald, Broukline, mitering apparatus; Etzear Glron, Wobnrn, ear brake nntl starter; Wanl Marsh, Newton, watch pinion cutting machine; John 11. Stevens, Cambridgeport, urinal; Charles W. Elliot, Boston, paper box; Luther Hall, Boston, machine for sewing with wirej.Eugene F. Marget, Boston, watch, case pendant; Leo. W. Tower, Boston, metal boring tools; El bridge Wheeler, Boston, compound ingot; Hiram It. Adams, Boston, car ventilating; W. G. Bell, Newton, meat cutting machine; Henry A. Davis, Lowell, cotton waste separator; L. A. Deribas, Boston, drop-Shtttter for cameras; J. F. Guthrie, Jr., Somerville, wrench; W. J. Jo...
Decorated Interior House Finish. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Decorated Interior House Finish. The new decorated Interior moulding, for home unlaii, manufactured by Mr. 8. H. Swain on state street, Cambridgeport, are a new thing and a decided ornament to a il Selling, Several patterns are made. Carpenters, contractors and parties about lo build ought to Investigate tills new win,kit- which costs hardly any mure than plain moulding, but which is far more desirable.
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. The Cambridge Directory. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. The Cambridge Directory. Editor Cambridge Tribune: A directory for any city is useful only as far as It is correct. The Cambridge Directory for 1837 seems to have been prepared with very little care. As a sample, we give the lists of teachers of the Latin School anil the English High School as they appear on page 474: ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. Fayette atreet, corner Broadway. Erected 1884. Frank A. HIH, Head Master; Edwin L. S.rgcnt, (leu. F. Jewett, Sub Masters; Clara A. Amies, Jea.l. L. Cate, Elisabeth Emerson, Mary M. Leighton, Emm. P. Munroe, Louisa Parker, Kate P. Richardson, Caroline P. Sawyer, Emma A. Scudd.r, .Maria E. Spare, Assistants. LATIN HIGH SCHOOL. ,'l5 Lee atreet. Opened 1886. Win. F. Ilridhury, Head Muter; Enuna J". Munroe, Masters as t., Jessy L. Cate, Caroline A. Sawyer, Kate P Richardson, Clara It. Ames, Margarelta M. Lelghton, Mary P. Pleroe. Loulae P. Parker, Emma A. Scudd.r, Maria E. Spare, Teaohers. lieu. F. Jewolt, Instructor in Chen ist...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Lexington. The market-men's train began running on tlie Lowell road last week, leaving Lexington at 5 o'clock A. M. and stopping at all stations on signal. It is a little singular that tlie two largest farms, jn Lexington should be offered for sale at the same time. The failure of the old firm ofEstabrook &amp; Blodgett necessitates the sale of their faun of 157 acres, in a high state of cultivation, and it is reported th.it it has been bought by a party from Weston. The famous "Valleyfield farm," on Middle and Walihain streets, once owned by Sir. Fred (J. Cass, of Cambridgepoit, aud now by the estate of the late Orlando Tompkins, is advertised for sale, tor $20,000. This is a very unusual chance for a "gentleman farmer*' aud the mansion is admirably adapted for a country seat.
Grand Junction Grain Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Grand Junction Grain Store. Mr. B. F, Rogers has just oo in pie ted at 207 and 269 Main street, near tin Grand-luncti »v railroad Crossing, a ooinmodlous grain, straw and flour Btofe, which has been thrown open to tbe public thin week. Tbe close proximity of the building to the railroad'enables Mr. Lingers to unload directly from the oars into iiis store, thus saving teaming and one handling. Hy tills means he Is prepared to Offer bis goods at prices which no other dialer In Cambridge, or even Boston, can afford to quote. He is the only agent outside of Boston lv this vicinity f..r Archibald* celebrated flour, than which no better exists Orders will be promptly delivered by Mr. Rogers, but parties who desire to do their own teaming will be enabled to save even more by buying of him.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
The universal Verdict upon a job done by Heron, the plasterer, is "excellence." A well-known artisan of this e|iy FATS, "I h-'ar frequent complaints nliuiit fi ■ariil-Vo, but never about Mr. Heron, He never slights bis work." Parties having tin, elate or gravel rooting to be done can do no bettor than to engage Mr. il. F, Peak, corner or Mt. Auburn nml Charles, River furfwiw, Cambridge, ifo but) performed come of ihe finest Jobs In tlie city, Real estate or collections plaoed in the hands of -John Rugglet, 430 Harvard Street, will not bo neglected. Levi Hawkei &amp; C&gt;&gt;. are ready to take the finest plumbing Work to do «ud guarantee a job right up to tlo' handle every time.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABK PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames sca'/oVst at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED^ As these Frames come by rail exclusively, j _f -, "W. C3--A-ILiEi 7 / 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. tolet" By the month or on lease, in the new Hotel Stratford on Elm St., between Harvard and Broadway, Flats of six rooms and bath room, set tubs, hot and cold wafer, pas, large pantry, extra closets, and private cellar with each ffet; halls are spacious, gas lightM by electricity, freight elevator, etc., etc. Rents very reasonable to desirable tenants. Apply to GEO. CLOSE, 243 Broadway. HOUSE TO LET. No. 7 Cleveland ■treeti Jont Bntaheil* Con. la ns t" f ;tn ronrui and battwoom, hot and old witter, rang*! furnace, Otftnented collar, foundry, and g:n fixtures. All ready for occupancy. Kent, $;,5 ami water tax. * / Also, several deal r able HI ll,llNQ I.OI'S, 8600 to 8000 iquare feet, M'idv to * * X..1. MKI.I.r.IKiK, 110 HratileSt, TO LETT lv Norlh Cambridge, /. A House of...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
W. B. HASTINGS &amp; CO., FIRE INSmtANGE AGENCY. 80 Cambridge 81., East Cambridge. 7 Kiehang-e Place, Ho.ton. Office Hear., 80.t0n.l to 3 P. M. A. iILAisoELL, (our .uthorlxed Agent), 478Somerville Avenue, Somerville. We .re tlie agents or tbe lIOLVOKK MUTUAL FIRM INSURANCE CO. ol Salejn, with the largest aaiets of any mutual cotupany/u the State. Burplu.MreK.rde Policy Hold*../...5r84.24f1.04 Dividends on Policies for one *&gt;&gt;■/ • • .20 per cent. Dividend, ou Pollclea for tbreelrefra.. .40 per cent. Dividends on Polielea for ttye ySafa 60 per com. Special attention given to insuring Dwelling., Household Furniture, Uarna and Content.. Ordera by mall promptly attended to.. For the convenience of partiea In the vicinity, risks taken or any Information concerning Inauraiicti given at residence, S Ruaeell St., North Cambridge, Mnee. CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Harvard Souare. Insurance placed In tbe moat desirable companies at favo...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW QLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Ho to the NEW STORE on Boylstoii St., near HatrYarrt Hq., Juft opened by \V. J. KOWARUB. You will Hud ft Urge mid varied asrortment Just received from tome of tbe first Howes In Boston, of Wall Paper*, Border*.Prlexe*, Picture Mouldings, Ready Mixed mini*, Varnisbet of all kinds! Llnieod and other Oils, Turpentine, Jap&lt;n*, Status, Pollsbes, Colors Gruun 1 In Oil, Colors Ground Ifi Japan, I&gt;ry Colors, Paint, Varnish, WhttaWH«f.., and all kinds of BruAes. KtUom Finish, Wind w (liana, Putty. A full line of Wins r &amp; Newton's Tube Colors In Uff and Water, Colors In Cakes, Canvas and Stretchers, Artists' Brushes, PI acq ties, Hlocitu, Etchingh ajJ. other Papers. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, ; HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. . ITni.M Tt*-ww** iter ritßiawUf AND YOUII SENSES OVEKWII...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
ALFRED D. MACCANN, FRESCOER, Interior Painter and Hartlwqpd Polisher, OPffcK, ItKSHIRKCB, 2*-i Chap tun 11 Place, Ilin I lump-thin- struct, Boston. [Itonm 0.) I Cam bridge port, Masn. fJLARENCE G. REED, Plasterer * AND STUCCO WORKER. Kalsomlnltlff,. Whitening and Tlntimf. Onnsn anii.Lettbii Box: 28 SawhVs Rxpress ODtlrtP, Harvard S&lt;]iune, Cambridge, .Telephone connection, :i:&gt;r&gt; Bettenn street, ftoinervlltos Plain and oknamkntai. Plastering, Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing. WILLIAMThERON, No. 010 MAIN STKKKT. basement Holmes's. Grocery Store. Jobbing of every depcription executed in the neatest manner. MANI'FACTI'REU OF / DECORATED HOUSti FINISH, Corner Blocks, Rosettes and Novelties. HP* HullderH are invited to call aud examine. Stats?) Street, Crtinbriiljteport. ITNr^TIAinNSr CONTRACTING, and BUILDING op EVERY DEBGHIPTIQX. Large Contracti and General Jobbing attended to with equal ditpatch. IK Wallace Street, Cambridge. J. SEWELL &amp;...
Cambridge Lodges. Amicable Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Amicable Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons. Tbe preliminary proceedings toward the organization of tbis lodge occurred when eighteen brethren met at a Mr. Hovey'i, and formed what was styled tbe Aurora Society, February 9, 1806. By vote of tbe society tbe membership was limited to twenty-five; they met every Wednesday evening and adjourned promptly at half-past nine o'clock j offices were held but two mouths at a time, and a unanimous vote was required to elect a member. Preparations were soon made for obtaining a charter, and on April 8, or less than two months after the organization of tbe society, a committee was appointed "to regulate a system to procure a charter." The "system" was "regulated" and the charter granted, and though the petitioners had chosen the name of Oriental Lodge, as there already was one lodge by that name, Amicable was substituted, which name lias proved to be peculiarly appropriate. The lodge was consecrated and the officers installed on th...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Notes. St. Omer No. 0, X. of P., worked the third rank on three last evening. Division No. 21, A. 0. of H.., Initiated Jour at their last meeting. They are to have a coffee party and dace &gt; In Lyceum Hall, Easter Monday night, April 11. Moro Castle No. 5 met Tuesday for the transaction of regular business. Prospect Lodge, X. of 11., will visit Warren Lodge of Somerville, April 5. St. Omer No. 9, X. of P., worked the third rank on three candidates last night. Mr. Charles Tufts is now serving ids fiftyseventh term as secretary of Amicable Lodge. There were four initiations at tlie last meeting of J. Howard Payne Council, Home Circle. Friendship Lodge No. 20 conferred the second degree on one candidate Monday evening. * Prospect Lodge No. 109, Knights of Honor, initiated one candidate Tuesday evening. District Justice Allen and suile, Iron Hall, visited the Brighton Branch Tuesday evening. Harvard Colony No. 00, Pilgrim Fathers, visits John Wiiithrop Colony of Boston, April ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
F MUSS .lohn T Ilcwlre Frank Power, 'T. W. Synionda, Elmer Llttlelleld, Charlea lladcock, Cbarlea Clark, George Davis, -. Charlea Elliot, (ieorge Itloker,' Isaac Dlckman, Al. Soul., Frank Kbaw. Sln.on Knight, Frank Herring, Q. B. Tripp, Charles Seubury, Georga Atwater, Nat. Munroe. Allan Svteet, Cbarlea Sanborn, Victor Hall, Asa Flanders, H.A.Miner, 11. L-. I.lbby, The sb ,vo group represents tbe employes of the Cambridge liailroad wboaaalatod in (be rioiuuw or tbe Ural can. to Boston on Saturday, February IS, tbo lirat day that an attempt waa made to run the cara afler tbe strike »as declared. In common but inelegant parlance, ibe me. are vital would bo called "acaba"-&lt;&gt;f tb. original, ,lyed-i. -the.wool vnriety-a name wblch tbe men themselves appear proud to own.
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Major Hovey Inspected Company R, First Regiment, Monday night. Command.'! Howe of Post 60 is to be the chief marshal on Memorial day. Comrade Worcester of Post 50 is rapidly recovering from his recent, ilhi'ss ami will soon he out. and about. The Grand Army is remembered 111 the appointment of Mr. I). T. Duhig as postmaster at Old Cambridge. .. I The Memorial day exercises will lake place this year at Union Hall, Cambridgeport, instead of Sanders Theatre. (Jon; I. L. .Shepard of Gen. Logan Post 180, G. A. It., has accepted the Invitation to deliver tlie oral ion on Memorial day. Corporal Phillips was promoted to Ihe position of sergeant, end Private George to that of corporal, by Captain Henderson on Monday evening. Post st arc arranging fo- an ciilerlaitiruent lo lake place Fast night 111 Lyceum Hall. The Post :, Minstrel Troup" of Lynn will black up for the occasion. Comrade Albert Cm lis of Post M&lt; who has for some lime past had charge of...
Not Company B, Fifth Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Not Company B, Fifth Regiment. General Orders No. .", from the adjutant general's office, dated al Boston, March 24, have been issued. Paragraph I contains tlie letter from Mayor Russell, which is as follows: City ok camhriook. Mayor's Okkick, ICambkiiiok, February 84, ISS7. I To His Kxckllkncy oi.ivKtt Amks—:&gt;ear Sir: In bebalf or tbe city of Cambridge, 1 desire to express to you, as c,:nn,aiiiler ill eliief, our appreclailon of tbe prompt, faltblul and full reaponse of Company 5, Fltal Regiment, and of Company B, Firtb Regiment, to my recent call upon litem lor ibelr aervlcea. I'beir promptneaa, discipline and bearing were very creditable, and entitle them lo this word of commendation. I mi, V.ry reauectlully, w. X. Russell, Mayor. Then follows a paragraph from the com miin.lcr in-chief personally commending these two companies for their promptness and full attendance at that important duty, and a paragraph which is published in tbo Boston Herald of yesterday, which say...
Rifle Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Rifle Competition. Company 11, Fifth Regiment, are to hold a grand military competition Fast day. at their range in .North Cambridge. They lute a committee of live in charge of Hit" shorn, who have, ill each case, had a praclicil insight into Ihe many annoyances Incident to many rifle matches, and they promise lo do away with all those disagreeable features which go to make a sbonl dull and uninteresting. No man i« t.i b" allowed to shoot more than three entry tickets in succession; competent men (not boys) will be In charge at Hie "hUttS," who are to see thai the targets are freshly pslllied every two hours. The modals will lie awarded al the close of nf the shoot, which Include! First class, lirst prize, gold medal, very handsome; second prize, silver medal. Second class, llrst prize, gold and silver medal: second prize, silver medal. There will be a pool match with per cent, of the entry money divide.l Into fortj, thirty, twenty and ten per cent., and a "bull's-eye" match with si...