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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

LUNCH BISCUIT. Mad* by ThoisSoa * Hall, is the usoet appetising, delicate and satlsrytag cracker •» «"• market lor a midday leach, or to sat with sardines or lemonade. For sale in Harrard Square at J. H. WTXTB'K, M. X. JONKS'S. and other starts. Bread. Cake, and Pastry In mora than H EVENT Y-FIVK VARIETIES, together with FANCY OB ACKERS, ECLAIRS. ETC.. FIIEBH UAILY ■ l nni. «C4-A*i*n*B 33 at 35 ELM STREET, MX UUP aioresi 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sundays from 1.80 to V A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. Why did the Women of' this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

LAMSON & HUBBARD, MAMIFAcrUKKKS AMD BETAILERB. > m o ■■ 1 tmmm x ■ H 18 mW WM I Hi HWfl u>o ■ 2 m O HI -flHsTal > ~* ° s*aSS husssss bss> . 5 Wm an vi x Z. H Corner IIEDFORD and KINGSTON Streets, BOSTON. We have removed to more centrally located and commodious premises, 58 TEMPLE PLACE, And are this week showing our first delivery for "resent and ensuing season, which Includes all the latrst LONDON NOVELTIES. CRECSON & THOMPSON, English Tailors and Importers, Chambers 3 ami \. 63 IEMI'LE PLAOL BOSTON. spring^goodT All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor. 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS or Engllßh and American manufacture, which are made to measure in the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON & CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. H. E. FALES & CO., IMPORTING SI'KCIA...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

LIVE MEN oooi/ktuv To take nrilen for our trees nml .1 full line pi nursery stook. Only thnee OfOT M yearn of ago who •am fin.iMi flood references need Apply. Worlto employment the year round and |»ny all eipensM. jt/otntiM at (ttttiftTA, N. Y. Ail.lfciti* wl'h stamp, KOMKK N. CHASK & 00,, BOOKTIfItDi Mr. $ ENNYROYAL PILLS "CHICHESTER'S ENGLISH." The Original and Only Genuine. »«ft .nd.lw.,. R.ILM.. Bli««l».f worthily* lmll.llon* ..ll,n.aubl. v LADIES. Aak v~i Ur.ml.l '« "<hl«keater*> KmJMi* »n*l uk. .» »U>*t,or ri.li>** i* mam. A{|Olw>VCSr*rfKfiK '.ifW^^*^ UfO, (l Uoodwll •> (V, WhtlMtlr W"nl< K.~t>.* Was.

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

You are cordially invited to inspect th* FINEST and MOST EXTENSIVE line of CHOICE FURNITURE in this country. PAINED FURnFtURE CO. Salesrooms at Factory, 48 CANAL ST Sout lJ sluB Boston A Maine tuiiAilftLOl., 'Depot, Boston. BERRY'S PATENT HAMES, a Fire Departments, Horse Railroads, Express Teams, Hacks and Light Carriages. Tlie collar and names being attached, can be removpa quickly without taking- off over the head, as In tbe <lil style. Manufactured at 72 Boylston Street Cambridge. The proprietor hay ng every facility for the Blacksmith aud Machinist Business, l» ready to enecute premptly lirafcolar» work at reasonable priest. COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY For Liver. Bile, Indigestion, etc, Free from Mercury; contains only I'ure Vegetable burn* Hunts. Agent: C. N. CIUTTKNTON, New York. WELCOME AND "The OEIUUIItfEs" BACH BRAND STAMPED AS ABOVE. The use of pure and sweet material* In the rranufactare nf Soap !■ always the base of every merit, givin...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been issued from the office of superintendent of build- * 9: K D . m 521—Mr. Tower, Broadway, Ward Two, wood factory, 40x40x25; Kelley A McKinnon, builders. 522—Timothy Desmond, 140 Spring street, Ward Three, block of two houses, 30x30x00; Mr. Oliver, builder. . 528—Peter Morse, Dublin street, Ward Five, wood bakery, 25x35; Joseph Snow, builder. , 524—Samuel Nash, State street, Ward Four, block of four houses, 80x80x30; F. L. Smith, architect; Mr. Painter, builder. 525—Patrick McKlcrney, 42 " Dunster street, Ward One, stable, 15x15x14; M. Mahoney, builder. 526—John H. Gigie, corner Dublin and Wyeth streets, Ward Five, block of two houses 40x40x35. 527--Samuei Woodbrldge, Cottage court, Ward Five, wood dwelling, 27x27x25; E. S. Sparrow, builder. 528—Samuel Woodbrldge, Somerville avenue, Ward Five, dwelling, 20x20x28; E. S. Sparrow, builder. 629—Rodger Keough, Baldwin street, Ward One, wood dwelling, 25x25x18; George Chaplin, b...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

The estate of ex-Mayor George C. Richardson, consisting of about 65,000 feet of land divided into small lots, between Columbia, Lincoln and Elm streets, has been placed in Mr. Hannum's hands to be sold at auction in the early part of May. The estate of Thomas Peterson has been sold to Mr. William Hackett of Boston, by Mr. L. M. Hannum, for $3100. The carpenters wi'l be through on Mr. John Pa-ry's new house on North avenue in about another week and Mr. Parry expects to be in it by May 1. The house has among many features three open fire-places, two with handsome tile facing and hearth, and one—that in the dining-room—with brick facing of a very handsome design. Messrs. Sewell Brothers, the contractors, have done a fine job on this house. There only remains the paper hanging to be done on Mr. Colby's double house on Mead street, Ward Five, before It will be ready for occupancy. Mr. Colby expects to build another house" on Hubbard avenue on laud he is negotiating for with Sewell Bros. ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

The list nf patents issued In residents of Cambridge and vicinity April B, lis reported from the office of N. C. Lombard, patent solicitor, 40 State street, Boston, is as follows: Charles Bickford, Boston, main springs; Thomas Bickford. Cambridge, feeding crib; B. ,S. Bryant, Boston, carpet lining; William P. Canning, Lowell, yarn sizing machine; William Dearborn, Boston, cotton cleaner; J. 11. Ftirnliam, Maiden, electric Instrument protector; Louis Ooddii, Winchester, nailing machines; James H. Holbn ok, Boston, twine reel; Charles W. Ilollzcr, Brmikline, electric gas burner; Orange. B. Hubbard, Lowell, clothes drier; Alvin P. Johnson, Boston, puzzle; Arthur I). Lovercii, West Somerville, vapor stove; T. C. Maguire, Boston, reclining chair; Orln F. Martin, Somerville, tube cutter; Donald I. McKinnnn, Lowell, measuring canister; fleorge 11. Phelps, Newton, tennis racquet; George 11. Phelps, Newton, speaking tube attachment; Osgood Smith, Cambridge, key; John P. Putnam, Boston, trap....

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West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

West Somerville. Union Fast day services were held at the Baptist Chapel, the pastor, Rev. Drew T. Wyman, preaching the sermon. Tho masquerade party given In Clarendon Hall last week Friday, was , very successful one. Mr. Fish did the catering In good style. The coming Methodist conference will undoubtedly allow Hey. Mr. Nichols to continue among u.i. His people are much attached to him. Thtro will be an Easter concert at Ihe Methodist Church, tomorrow evening. The pastor, Rev. A. 11. Nichols, will preach an appropriate discourse at the morning service. Mr. R. Walter Milliard, a young and enterprising Insurance agent from Arlington, has secured the office In Elm-street depot formerly occupied by Mr. M. Van Dusen, and will engage In the real estate business In addition to Insurance. "Nevada; or, Ihe Jewel of my Lost Mine," a three-act drama, was presented Wednesday evening in Clarendon Hall by local talent, assisted by "three of the mott popular members of the Somerville Bicycle Club...

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A Builder of Fine Houses. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

A Builder of Fine Houses. Mr. X. S. Sparrow, tbe contractor and builder, wbose advertisement will be found added to Ibe already long list of wise Arras wbo patronize Tub Tribune, bus built aome of the finest of reoent structures In this city. A morn them Is the Nortbavciiuo Baptist Church and tbe elegant residence of Mr. M. C. Bacou on Chester street, ju*t completed. The In:n.'r is probably tbe finest bouse In tbe vicinity of North Cambrltltie and speaks lou-lly In praise of tbe builder. Mr. Sparrow Is ready to serve others as be has Mr. Bacon and refers to Mr. Baoon to corroborate what we say. Simula will not Injure tlie Quest fabric

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TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY Of the Pastorate of Rev. George W. Briggs, D. D. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

TWENTIETH ANNIVERSARY Of the Pastorate of Rev. George W. Briggs, D. D. On Wednesday evening the members of the Third Congregational Society in Cambridge, popularly known as the Austinstreet Unitarian Church, tendered to their pastor, Rev. George W. Briggs, D. D., a reception in commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of his settlement. The reception was held In the vestry of the church, and was largely attended by the members of the parish. Mr. L. M. Hannum, chairman of the parish committee, conducted the exercises, which were of a very pleasant character. After music by the church choir, Mr. Hannum began the exercises with a brief and graceful address, calling attention to tbe rarely satisfactory character of the relation that for twenty years bad existed between Dr. Briggs and his people. Mr. Hannum was followed by Mr. John Livermore, who gave a series of extremely interesting parish reminiscences. Familiar as he has beeu through a long series of years with tbe progress aud his...

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The Mandarin Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

The Mandarin Company. It If ono ofthe myatotlei oflho trad*—o)ntj that must remain Inacrutubln to out-diler* — how th# abovo company cm rail Bva poandi of pur* tea for 0116 dollar, Headers who have been ttmiced by tbe mi 111' i grocer wilt be astounded when tin y read tho price! Is I ut ibis house Iv our columns.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Mr. F. I-, I)HPpt«O the Sha.lv Hill NuTaerleaV Corner of I\>ik.and slid BOMon atreetn, aoia forth his lurnii and valuable itook iv bl-i now Illustrated Catalogue.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABE PKEPABJJD TO FURHI3II House Frames »oHiu'« at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNBURPABBEO, As these Frames come by rail exclusively. m ■*> GEO. "W. O-J^TJEi, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, Brushes, Window Glais, Artists' Materials, (to, at low prloes and satisfaction guaranteed a the store of N". a. FINNEY, 103 Cambridge St., -.- Boston On ' liv, of Cambridge Horse Cars. rORREST & PRINCE, 1 ty.3%*. Fainting, DRAINING and OL.AZINO. Kiilamiilnliiir, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, near Harvard Sq.,) Cambridge. arOrili-rs for jnbbimr of all kinds mint by mall or left at tbe shop will be promptly attended to, and neatly done. JOHN M. FORUKST JAMKB A. I'RINCK. S. H. SWAIItT, MANUFACTURER OK DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Roiettei and Novelties, ffr~ Bail,liars art- invited to call aud examine. state Street, Cambridgeport. DARBY BROS, fcoj KAMTAf TllltKUH OF AND DEALERS IN SAND AND WATER-STRUCK BRIC...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

W. B. HASTINGS ft CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 89 Cambridge St., East Cambridge. 7 Inbsnit riace, Boston. Offloe Hoars, Boston,l to 3P. M. A. BLAimisi.L, (our authorised Agent), 478 Somerville Avenue, Somerville. Wo *ro the agents of tho HOLTOKK MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. of Salem, with tho largest assets of any mutual company In the State. Surplus as regards Policy Holders t034,240.M Dividends on Policies for one year 20 percent. Dividends on Policies for three years...4o per cent. Dividends on Policies for li vo years SO per cent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, Barns and Contents. Orders by mail promptly attended to. For the convenience of parties In the vicinity, risks taken or any Information concerning Insurance given at residence, 8 Rnssell St., North Cambridge, Mass. CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE ' Harvard Sauare. Insurance placed In the most desirable companies at favorable rates. J. WINNETT & CO., Real...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

.IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings. Paints. Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Oo to the MEW STORE on Bujlstou St., near Harvard la., Just opened by tr. J. KDWAKDB. You will find a large and varied assortment just received from some of tbe first Houses In Boston, of Wall Papers, Borders, Fries**, Ploture Mouldings, Heady Mixed Paints, Varnishes of all kinds, Linseed and other Oils, Turpentine, .lap-inn. Stains, Polishes, Colors Ground In Oil, Colors Ground In Japan, Dry Colors, Paint, Varnish, Whitewash, and ail kinds of Brushes. Kalsom Finish, Window Glass, Potty. A full line of Wins r St Newton's Tube Colors In Oil and Water, Colors in Cakes, Canvas and Stretchers, Artists' Brushes, Plaoqnes, Blocks, Etchings and 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. important "TO - 7~~ TK|yL||jyf HOUSEKEEPERS, i rsWlsnl The undersigned (with A. W. WatiiSß for tb...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

E. S. SPARROW, Qontractor and Builder. Plans, Specification*, aud Knl (matea furnished fo- id" Fluent ItuildtiiKK. Oavla .square, Weet Somerville. M. N. BTEARNB, CONTRACTING and BUILDING OKEVKKV 11ESCHIPTION. Large Contracts and ilniii'inl .lolililng mi,' M.l,"i i" will, equal dlspateb. 18 Wallaif Slri'i-I, Cambridge, J. SEWELL & CO., CARPENTERS, BUILDERS AND JOBBERS, Creacent Are., North Cambridge. JNO. UCWIM'. ICOWP, IRWRLL. CHAR. B. kt)katk\ N. D. Jobbing promptly attended to and aatlafaetion guaranteed. I.tJMBKK FOlt 8 ALB.

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Cambridge Lodges. Agassiz Council No. 45, Royal Arcanum. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Agassiz Council No. 45, Royal Arcanum. Tlie Royal Arcanum Is a secret beneficiary order, and was organized in Boston, June 23, tern, Hon. J. A. Cummlngs, Prof. G. W. Blisli, J. M. Swain, W. O. Robson, C. X. Darling, VV. Bradley, E. M. Crawford, J. H. Wright and D. Wilson being the originators of tlie order. It was organized to meet the growing demand for a beneficiary order founded upon business principles, and incorporating the improvements which modern experience and study had suggested. It is Intended to labor with all in piomoting the cause of benevolence, charity and fraternity. The.objects of the order are: 1. To unite fraternally all white men of sound bodily health, and good moral character, who are socially acceptable and between 21 and 65 years of age. 2. To give all moral and material aid in its power to its members and those dependent upon them. 3. To educate its members socially, morally and intellectually; also, to assist the widows and orphans of dec...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Notes. Victor Lodge meets next Wednesday. Royal Arch Chapter, P. and A. M., mot last evening. Prospect Lodge, X. of 11., meets next Tuesday. Amity Lodge No. 14, D. of R., meets next Thursday at S3 Cambridge street. Equity No. 23, X. and L. of H., mot last evening and' transacted routine business. Friendship Council No. 12, Home Circle, initiated eight new members Wednesday evening. Olive Branch Lodge No. 21, D. of R., meet in Odd Fellows building next Wednesday evening. Cambridge Council, Home Circle, will have an antiquarian supper at their new quarters next Thursday. The initiatory degree was worked on five candidates Tuesday evening by Cambridge Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. F. Accountant Davis of Branch 34, Order of the Iron Hall, sent out assessment No. 78, Thursday, which must be paid on or before May 7. General Putnam Colony No. 79, P. F.. has accepted an invitation to visit Paul Revere Colony of Boston, next Wednesday evening. Cambridge Lodge No. 10, U. O. of I. O. L., will givo a ...

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