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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
The New England Conservatory cf Music hire lougtat 100 Ivers &amp; Pond I'lanos. Wilts Ivers A I'ond Piano Co., 181 Tremont street, If about to purchase, and get Information free. The Illustrated Catalogue of Mr. Temple of tlie Shsdv Hill Nurseries will prore most Interesting to Intending purchasers.
Industrial Sale of the Humane Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Industrial Sale of the Humane Society. The. attention of all charitable citizens is called to the announcement by the Humane Society that the annual sale of the industrial branch will be held in the vestry of the First Pariah Church, Harvard square, on April 13th and 14th, from 11 A. M. to 13 P. M. Underclothing (bleached and unbleached), aprons and a few fancy articles are offered. Admission free. The industrial branch gives a little plain sewing eacli week during the winter to as many needy women as the funds allow. This sale is the principal means for raising the money necessary to carry on the work next winter. The society has usually employed about sixty workers each year. Several of thera are now old women, who have depended for many years on the help they have received through the hard season. They must have many anxious thoughts about next winter when they remember that their constant friend, Mrs. Paine, can no longer care for their comfort. Deeply sensible themselves of the...
The Botanical Garden. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
The Botanical Garden. The exhibition of flowers sent from the Botanical Garden to the flower show at Horticultural Hall was on exhibition at the greeu-liouses, between Raymond and Garden streets, on Sunday, March 27. Tbey were not in as good condition as when at Horticultural Hall but remained very well preserved, considering the short time that some of the blossoms usually last when growing out-of-doors. The flowers of principal interest to one not a botanist are those which will soon be with us in the field, the meadow and on tho heights. These include cowslips, jack-in-the-pulpits, blood-root, meadow and wood violets, lily of the valley, red and purple columbine and Solomon's seal. Tbey all look natural except the red columbine, which does not assume that handsome red which It does when blossoming out-of-doors, but has more of a greenish tinse, which gives it a sickly hue, making one feel rather sad for it as for a puny child who hasn't had enough sunlight and air. It is surprisi...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Lexington. Building operations are likely to bo very active this spring if labor troubles do not deter many from carrying out plans now made, ami it is probalilo that more houses will he built in Lexington this year than In any one year iv Its history. Miss Clara Harrington, late of Cambridge, is to build a very tasteful dwelling on her lot opposite the common, the lower story to be of stone and the Upper of wood, which will he quite an addition to the vicinity. Mr. Lewla Hunt will build two or three i houses on Main street; Mr. 0, 0, Goodwin la practically rebuilding the Holmes house on Mcrriam -street; Mr, 01 G. Fletcher will build several small houses to be let on the street leading from Main street, near the [tuslell House; Mr. Norris expects to build a fine large house on the corner of Main and llloomfield streets, and several neV house* are to be built on tho new streets opened In this locality last fall. New houses and new streets are also in Contemplation in Kast Lexington, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
SPITZ BROS. &amp; MORE. THE "BROWNING" Spring Overcoat, 515.00 The "Browning" is the latest fashionable Spring Overcoat, sizes 33 to 37, in the new shade Light Brown Twill, cut short, covert lap seam, satin sleeve linings, exact fitting tailor made garment, and especially designed to fill the place "of custom work at a greatly reduced price. 515.00 SPITZ BROS. &amp; MORE, Manufacturers, Wholesalers nnd Retailers, 508 WABHIN6TON STREET, 5 BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. "the kirmesiT WILL HE OIVEN IN MECHANICS' HALL, ON THE Evenings of Thursday and Friday, April 14 and 15, r.NHKIt TIIK DIBKCTION OF Professor CARL MARWIG, of New York. Magnificent Music by the Cadet Orchestra. J. THOMAS BALDWIN, Director. lo the EthiblUon lUU each evening after the Klrmeu proper, will be held the (IKAND BALL, or "Dancing on the (Jreen." hi this Hall also, on Friday, will tie held a f&gt;ale of Refrenhraent*. etc.. and at mated Uou'tt during the day Novel and Artlntlc Entertainment will ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
■ale* Honey tbe (Teat Cough cure,3se. ,50c* tl •Blenn'i Sulphur Soap heals * beautlOos, Mo. OermanCornßemover kills Corns * Bunion* Nltr* Hair and Whisker Dye—Black and Brown, too. Pike* Toothache Drop* cure In 1 Mlnute.Mo Dean's Rheumatic Pill* are a sure cure, 60a Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. .I.H. Dams, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OK RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS KKCKIVK I'HOIWrT ATTKNTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PEACE, BOSTON. ■OTHERS Who wllh their hoys fltted with tho brut nml Uncut CLOTHING At moflcrnto iirlr.ru, will And **\tUfiulloit at tho rliiinilii'm of C. C. MOULTON &amp; CO., 592 WASHINGTON STREET, HOSTON. Fin* Oi.oTiimonrTii* I.ATBST STTI.KS ANtl IIKST «A TKHIA l."l, Vol! OKNTI.IMKST. ARTISTS'" SUPPLIES Of Evtrr Description, »t FROST St ADAMS' Importers. 37 Oornhill, Boston,
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
SPRINGER BROTHERS, Retail Cloak Dep-artment, CHAWCY STREET, ESSEX STREET and HARRISON AYE., BOSTON. &amp;£?&lt;&amp;&gt;&amp; 0-ff ■ f~\ We Are the ONLY Parties Who Sell or Dye %m BLACK STOCKINGS That Positively Will Not Crock ! vJW"^lbrlgg»n,Lisle »ndOottoD Stockings for s»l*. Unbleached Cotton Stocking , tA lt,''f^.ii w Dyed for 25 cents per pair. THE F. P. ROBINSON C0.,49 WEST STREET BOSTON. A* Anderson. dealeb » p UPn itur?o, Oil Cloths, Carpets, etc. Crockery, Glassware and Kitchen Furniture. Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged. CQC MAIN STRE«T, Canibrldgeport. 300 Repairing neatly and promptly executed. DAVID THOMSON," PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholstering and reupholstering furniture, putting up drapery and window shades, cutting loose covers. Carpet work a specialty. Carpets taken up, cleaned, fitted and reluld. WORCESTER BROS., 23 it ?5 Brattle St., Cambridge, Healers in and Manufacturers of FURNITURE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
V. Ballard &amp; Sons Are exhibiting for the season new designs In BTKKKT IJOBTUMKB, KKKBKK COATS (with Strapped Seams), KIUIJiU HABITS, COVERT COATS, IiOIiMIMS, ' VIiSTEKS, Ktc. Spring Importations Include a large and elegant variety of COSTUME CLOTHS, In plaids, stripes and tweeds. JACKKTINGS, In Drab Kerseys, Diagonals, fancy Scotch clotbs, eto. RIDING HABIT CLOTHS IN ALL GRADES. A special line of materials for YACHTING, TENNIS and MOUNTAIN DRESSES, which we are making at low prices. V. Ballard A Sons. Ladies' Tailors and Gostumers, NEW LOCATION, 96 Boylston Street, Boston.
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Cambridge. The dynamo for the electric car has arrived, but tlie car is not yet completely fitted to receive it. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Abbot, of Milwaukee and Cambridge, are to pass some weeks in .Southern California. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Ilnwe and Miss Sarali Howe have returned from their delightful sojourn in Florida. Prof. Lane's residence, No. 42 Quincy street, was entered Monday morning aud a lot of knives aud forks stolen. The One hundred and twenty-eighth meeting of the Cambridge Entomological Club wa9 held at 150 Brattle street, last evening. There will be a temperance meeting at G. A. ft, Hall tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 o'clock. Speakers from Y. M. C. A. All are invited. Mr. A. W. Cutler's grocery store on Main street was broken Into on Sunday night and $2 stolen from the money drawer, besides a bottle of pickles. The Bicycle Club are expecting a man of means to erect for it a club and wheel house. The club guarantees to lease a satisfactory building for live years at $000 p...
North Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
North Cambridge. Mr. Low is preparing to rebuild Ills tannery In the early spring. Smith Brothers A Carter appear out with several new ico carts. Mr. anil Mrs. L. P. Soule arrived lioiue from their California trip last week. Mrs. Frank Fuxcioft and daughter are spending a few weeks in New York, On Fast day evening a prayer meeting was held in this Orthodox vestry at 7.45. There will be a sociable at. the Congregational Church, Wednesday evening, April 20. On Fast day morning at 11 o'clock, a prayer meeting was held at the Baptist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ivers, who have been passing the winter in California, are expected home about May Ist. The Baptist Society held an enjoyable sociable in the chapel on Wednesday evening. An old folks' supper was served. Between $100 and $200 were netted from the old folks' concert given last week. Tills speaks well for the committee In charge. An alarm of fire from box 111, Tuesday evening, was caused by a slight tiro on the roof of Mr. O'Brien...
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Death of William M. Gordon. Public Exercises of the Allston Grammar School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Death of William M. Gordon. Public Exercises of the Allston Grammar School. Mr. J. S. Paine is still in California. Mr. C. E. Boyd was in Concord Ibis week. Mr. George Webber will sail for Europe on tbe 15th inst. Many police officers are members of tbe Sons of Maine Club. The First National Hank lias declared a dividend of 4 per cent. Hey. A. A. Wright returned last week from Do Funiack Springs, Florida. Hon. 11. O. Houghton returned on Tuesday from his trip through the Smith. Mr. J. C. Billiard of Higelow street was Buffeting from an injured foot last week. Hey. Thomas Hickford will return to Cambridge from his Western trip this week. Hiiilding-irioving across car tracks in the busiest part of the day should not be allowed. The question agitating the druggists just now is whether they are to he granted sixthclass licenses. The young people's meeting on Monday at the Broadway Baptist Church was led hy a lady, Mrs. Hauisilcll. Mr. Spencer Child rece...
East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
East Cambridge. Mr. 11. W. Pierce and wife have moved !0 Omaha, where Mr. Plena Intends going Into business. At the Second Baptist Church, last Sunday afternoon, Key. George L, Wrenn gave inn hand of fellowship to eight new mem* bors. At tim missionary concert, Sunday evening, at tin' Second Baptist Church, an Inter* est Ing address was given by a young Japanese, v member o( the senior class al Amherst College. Sergeant Harriman has recovered ono chain fall and one rope fall, both valued at iihonl *•"&gt;&lt;&gt;. which were stolen by "Steeple .lack" Kay of Charlestown, from .Spear, Gregory A Oo.'l nil works. A week from tomorrow, Miss Clara M. Cushman, for six y srs a missionary in China, will speak at the Methodist Church, in the morning, Hey. Albert Gould will be absent at the annual conference. John Bagaariy, living at 58 Vine street, dropped ileail of h»ar( disease on Fourth street earty Tuesday morning. He was 86 years old anil was employed by Kendall A...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
m trr-ri HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE FBOPEBTT ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Have your property placed on my list Immediately, ns /«»&lt;* a poeition lo ssoto and direct patront to any place in Ihe city. It ul tiling Lot* (or sal* Iv the most desirable locations. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF TOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT OKCB Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 507 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a pair ot their PKUFKOT-FITTING SPKCTACI.KS and KYK-OLASSES o( Hie finest French, Oennun and American manufacture, at prices wltlilu the reach of all. The Eye Examined Free. Salis'acllou Uuaraiiteed. Lenses Iteset anil masses Repaired. BRINE AMD NORCROSS, SUCCESSORS TO John Harrington &amp; Co., 17 &amp; 18 TREMONT ROW, 70 &amp; 72 TREMONT ST., 660 &amp; 662 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. The Spirit of Competition. There's nothing on...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
WINTER 8T E» BURT PHILLIPS, W BT. April 11. IMPOBTER, MAIDTAOTOBEE, BETAIUSB. Apr| , „ 30 WINTER STREET, BOSTON. OUR EASTER OFFERING OF Spring Goods and Special Novelties. Our store was crowded dally tho past week. Win ? Because we are of rerlng our customers CHOICE BAKtiAINS of our own Importation and manufacture. Our si'Ktltii siovkliTlKS In new spuing uakhknts cannot be excelled In style or quality of MtTKKI.U OK IN PRICE. Kemember, In purchasing of us you are dealing directly with the MAM FACT! KKH, THUS BAVINti ONE PROFIT. WRAPS JACKETS. In Cloth, Satin, Grenadine, handsome Black Corkscrew and Whipcord. English Bended and Hull Jets. Kerseys in modes and delicate shades, Black and Blue. VISITES. RAGLANS. Beaded Silk and Satin, very elegant. A|| FaBlll( , nable s ,,, es ,„ Clott , DRESSING SACQUES suits In a Variety or Styles. '" Satin,silk and all goods of the season. Children's Suits. WRAPPERS. Good Garments at Low Prices. A nlce ~ne ,n 8f erBßCker ' JERSEYS TEA GOWNS In Variou...
EASTER SUNDAY. HOW IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES. Musical Programmes and Order of Exercises. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
EASTER SUNDAY. HOW IT WILL BE OBSERVED BY CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES. Musical Programmes and Order of Exercises. Tomorrow is Easter Sunday, anilfollowing will he found the musical programmes and order of exercises at the various churches of this city: At Saint Peter's Church, Main street, there will lie the usual early choral ser vice tomorrow morning, at 6,30, with address. There will be four Services: Matins at 0.:!0; early celebration at S; nigh celebration at. 10.80 [choral]; even song at 7. The rector will preach a' 10.80 and 7. Th/following is ihe musical programme: MATINS. 0.30 A, M. Processional. "On our way rnjototng" ... Hcnoergol, Chant, Oi:i,risr ,-ur Pass ,v,ir" Humphrey. Chant, " l'e Ilioiin," with solos. Soli* hy Messr-. U.S. And rem mid .1. 0. Turner. Easter Carols, "Christ tbe I. ltd I* Icisuu".. Herman do. "He is Risen" IVurrrn. Recessional. Carol \farsh. CIIOIIAI. CKI.KIIItATHIV, 10.30 A. MProcesslonat, ".Ihsus Christ is risen today".. Carey. "Kyrle Kleison," X Ynun,/. "(...
Easter Novelties. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Easter Novelties. I .adieu who Infpcct the ppi-iny tipfiortnient of •pedal hOTOItIM nlTered for. Iftlfl hy Mr. Ri Hurt I'hi.llps, 30 Winter Mreet, llonlon, inuxt btQOIM convinced to two fncto, ♦ In., that the variety of gOOttH in the lariti't*! and IslO't complete in BottOti, and i hut tlie price-* are moderate, The more vrai crowded lnf\ week hy DtlfOllMwn who knew where to m ■ I*l the moet dealrnble Lblngi In wntpti, visiter*, J.ieU«te, drafting eaciine*., children* mitf*, In'tine nnd itrMt dreaien Tllll "tore, wan Ihe nriuiiifil nli 11k more In lto-t&lt;ui, and m ijer the present it iin-m-.'tni'iit it \n going ahead or it* -id reputation. Itemember the itneM Is dally immwed from one of the lafgMli iiiiu.iil ti l hOQfM, *o thai the itnuii'iifo anortment in never broken.
Boots and Shoes [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Boots and Shoes One of tlie bMI ItOOkl of line ho &lt;\* and ihoil In the city la to he found tit the Itoti of Me«-Hr*. Hoop tit Ityatn. Thi.« ci&gt;(ahlt*dmicnt line alway* hud a repQUtton for cinylnif the ettojoplt K"oda t and tinder tho preiM-nt it* Kales have Increased and v- Itooh Improvod. One of their IpeolAltlei !•&lt; iidvm f.iMi'd In another » coin inn. Ladtefi will And hII (he novehien in footJwi»ar, both for therneulvea and their children at fair price*.
Spring Wall Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Spring Wall Paper. Mr. W ,t. I'ltwunirs, v&gt; itoylnton ntniet, Harvard square, haa received nil tlie new and tteautlful denign* In pape# for Interior decoration. Theaa gOOitl fire from tho leading mfuiiiffWiirere ami are HHl'Pr'iMlly iTit - 'tided for IIOIIMK of mode rll e ni/ed rooinn. Wall paper MR be rurnffdiod l»y thin firm At i.li-i InwiH market rale**, nml Itt Work in always ■.atlffuctoi v. Mr. YA ward* in now working on (totlM Of llie imtt reHdftieei in the city. Hordwr*-, frler,eo, ami everything ri'lmiii/ to Intetio* decoration, an well Hn piltltl.Olll nut viii lit", he* of VHrlollfl klndfi, are alwaya to be found at hi Morn.