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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. OAMBKIDGK PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Hsve your property plseed on my list lmm.dlst.ly, at lamina potUUm to ihow and dinet patront la mng place I. the city. Building- Lots for s.l. Id th. molt desirable lor.tloD*. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF YOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT ONCE Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 507 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Anil procure a pair of tlielr PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES aud KVK-GLASIES of the finest French, German and American manufacture, at prloea within the reach of all. The Eye Examined Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Lenses Reset and Classes Repaired. I.ateat Styles of __sJM______ V\ I Boots &amp; Shoes W^H^^m 1 S - C&lt; WHITMORE'S, %—ias—. at l ° w prices - in °" r J TAILORING DEPARTMENT We have a larue assortment of Foreign and Domestlo Woollens, and over Five Hnndred Samples to selec...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
SPRING AND SUMMER OVERCOATS Of Dark and Light Colors, made from COVERT CLOTHS, VENETIANS, WORSTEDS, etc., iv variety of styles, suitable for elderly, middle-aged and young men, as good In every way as the best garments made lo measure. Now ready for Immediate selection and use, in our Retail Clothing Department. PRICES, 812.00 TO 930.00. Macnllar, Parker &amp; Gomoany, 400 Washington Mrecl, tioston. BEAUTIFUL TREEB! The New Descriptive Catalogue Shady Hill Nurseries I- sent FItKK to ait who send their HlMn'rirll" l&lt;i mt*. Do ?"ii know what Km™ miii! Ken til lful NffVT'Trrfß Mtid .'.hiil* are 10 bn hud at thin new Cambridge . nursery, Hint how «a*&gt;y h ts to n»-t to? All the pretty Satire Perennials ami siiruliH and Farol. and all new things also can he hao here at low prices and of the I'hotoest finality. Apple Tree*, '.'Be.; I'ear Trees, 31V. liontl of tre«&gt;s and tlo nrs, come here and ark thksr rniNfia. A cordial wetconie. Cor. Knscon Sand K...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
winter BT. ti Bun I ILLIro, WINTERBTi April 11. IMPOETEB, sUHuTAOTUBEB, HETAILEE. _ „ v 36 WINTER STREET, BOSTON. OUR EASTER OFFERING OF Spring Goods and Special Novelties. Oar store was crow.c I dally the past week. Will ? Bi cause we are offering our customers CIIOICK BAKUAIfIN of our own Importation and manufacture. Our BPKCI4L SOVBI/HES In new Kl'KlStt UAKHKMTS cannot be excelled In style or quality of MtTKHIAh OK IN PRICK. Remember, In purchasing or us you are dealing directly with the MANIIKACTUKEK, THUS SAVINi; &lt;m I'KOKIT. WRAPS In cloth, Satin, Grenadine, handsome Beaded and Dull Jets. VISITES. Beaded silk and Satin, very elegant. DRESSING SACOUES In a Variety ol Ptjles. Children's Suits. liood Garments at Low Prices. JERSEYS In Various Stjles and All Sizes. E. BTOTPffIUEPS, 35 Winter St., Boston. BAY MARE For Sale at a Bargain. A fine bay mare, weighs betwejn 850 and 900 pounds. A first class horse in every respect, will be sold, low, as the owner has no further ...
The City Government. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
The City Government. A regular nice Jug of the aldermen was held Wednesday evening, Able men Ball, Prazler and Holton being absent. On the petition of William Wright and others for the removal of certain tra-ks of the Cimurld/e railroad on Dunster strec, which it was claimed wefe unlawlully laid, and for th&lt;&gt; removal of an alleged dangerous turn-out, the b ;ir,| adopted orders requesting ili-i c imiy to take Up the uu authorized por;ion an 1 remedy the dangerom section. The petition of Ad ilpfa Urinated, for a stable for more than fur h -i 'ties on Vint street, provoked a long discussion and via* finally tahled again for a week. J. M. Batchelder was urAnted i»ermUt&gt;ion to drain his premises oa Divinity avenue into a dr*iti leading to the KirkUnd-atreet sewer upon the piyment of an assenHinent of %7t£. Orders were adopted for a sower in Pollen street, and for the extension of a sewer in Brattle street. A communication vu received from the Meigs Elevat...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Mr. F. O. Lion, st 613 Main street. Is doing the bestof work In repairing watobea, eloeka and Jew•lry st ressonstile pi Ices. Msr.u'seturera will be glad to knuw that eleelrle motors esn now bs bad by arrangement with Ihe Cambridge Kleuric Llgbt Company. Be, their ail▼srllseineiit. Havens will not Injure tli.i line.l. fiihrle.
THE CAMBRIDGE ALMSHOUSE. Sketch of Its Warden and, History of the Institution. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE ALMSHOUSE. Sketch of Its Warden and, History of the Institution. In Cambridge, during tlie early years, provision was made for tlia poor in private families, under the supervision of the selectmen. However, In March, 1770, it waa determined to purchase a houso in which they might be gathered together and their wants inure systematically supplied. Accordingly an estate was purchased, consisting of a dwelling-house and twenty-live square rods of land on ilie north-easterly corner of Brighton and South streets, and was conveyed to the town hy deed dated March 20, 1770. For some reason this estate proved iinsatlHfaclory and the town voted, March 1, 1785, that Mr. Caleb Gannett, Stephen Dana, Esq., Captain John Walton, Deacon Aaron Hill and William Winthrop, Esq., be a committee to sell llie old estate and purchase a new one. Tills was done; the old building was sold al politic anc'ion for £10 10s. and the hind for £37 10s., and an estate on the south-westerly corner of Nor...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
O- IX WTUDIEIR.., 7 Harvard Square. NEW GOODS .AJSTD SPECIALTIES In Men's, Women's and Children's FOOT "WEj^K,- -„ A Large Assortment of Seasonable Goods to Select from, Standard Makes. Women's and Children's: LADIES' GENUINE DONGOLA BOOTB. A new line of 'Day Machine" make, cijual In comfort and service to hand made goods, for lose price. I CON' r INUK to sell tbe same lines of Uougola Boots as have been so popular heretotore. OXFORD AND NEWPORT TIEB, In Blnek, Wine and Maroon, These goods are now, seasonable and "all rlgbt." $2.00 LADIES' 60AT OXFORD BHOEB. Stylish, durable and well-rUtlng. I CONTINUE to keep In stock the genuine liougola Slices In Oilord aud French 'lies aud button. LADIES'GOLDEN TAN KID BOOTS. Rapidly becoming popular and taking the place uf French Kid. A Ladies' Good Hand-made TENNIS SHOE FOR $2.60. " Also other qualities and piicvs. A Largo Asforuueut of CHILDREN'S SHOES, Prom "5 cants to $2.00 per pair. A GOOD VARIETY OF BCHOOL BHOEB For Oirls.both wllh sod wi...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Overseers of the Poor. The nvoraoara r.f tl„- poor hoi,I a mewing at the llmthiiiM on TtteailRT, Tils ottloa relief report showed a total of »MI2 7n, eapenaea from Kehttitry flftrt'Alir.l I. Tin .Isltor'a report showed that i:&gt; new historic* &lt;&gt;l famlllea war* taken, 221 .lilt* wars made andWtlsye spent In tag eiamtnaitont. The, house r«|M&gt;rt. allowed that them worn IM In-rna-M on March :tl. The aalra tniiort allowed that ♦jnfl.27' were recalled for atone, |M4.«n for offal. iif.Ti.ni for sitnilrlca, total 1970.11. Dr. l.i-wls I.. Bryant waa unanimously re-elected aaalstHiit olty phyelclan. A petition waa received riom Mesata. Maccahoa A lUntcoiu with rcfarenos to a olty morgue; alao asking lor a hearing before the hoard. It waa »nted that a hearing he granted for ihe neat meetli ■*;. The board adjourned until Apill 2(1.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
REDUCING STOCK. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, SPECIAL BARGAINS, In Substantial and Well Made Chamber Furniture Black Walnut Chamber Sets, Cherry Chamber Beta, Mahogauliod Chamber Beta, Aah Chamber Beta, Painted Chamber Bets, From $15 to $75. We are offering also a line of Parlor Furniture In Hair Cloth, Embossed and Crushed Flush and Raw bilk at prices that will make them extra bargains, A Large Stook of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, BEDDING. RANGES, and everything needed for oompltte outfit for house famishing, for cash or on EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington Street, BOSTON. REEVES BROS., •:• PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, QKM iff. tl&gt;» _# | Opposite KnmlnEton St.. «.)1MillBM„| " Cambridge. Special Care taken, day Of nltftit, In our Prescription Department. _•■.'-•«*_•_»_ ( Hair Tonic, Toothache Drops, KrjK * EBß \ Cream Coca, Corn Solvent. T-MCl'Homk connections free between Physicians and Patients. NEW STORK, Cor. Oxford and Garfield Stre...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
«AX GROVE FARM DAIRY, as a Cambridge institution, is ness for the past six months has exceeded fourfold what it was the first six months. The reason 10 question as to quality, and nity of excellence. Cambridge know what a good article is, tying found it, are as sure to stick i a cow is to choose fresh, succu■ass, rather than stubble. Every nade was a customer saved and His influence, too, was sure to jther custom. The result was Trade grew so fast that added ad to be secured to attend to it. ill growing, and will continue to .uc jjuiv. ,nilk, rich cream, the best butter, fresh eggs, and cheese. Besides these, we I have lately added Oak Grove sausages, ham, bacon, and canned corn. The sausages and corn go like hot cakes. Bacon is slower, but every customer who tries it wants more. That and the sausages are from corn-fed pigs grown on the Farm, and can be recommended. Our prices are no higher than other dealers'. Often, indeed, less. But the quality of our goods is what talks, and rol...
Cambridge Lodges. Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 169, I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 169, I. O. O. F. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows is sn organization having for its object the elevation of mankind, morally, intellectually, socially and physically. The command of its laws is that it visit the sick, relieve the distressed, bury the dead, and educate the orphan. The order has now enrolled over half a million members in good standing, and initiates nearly 50,000 new members uer year. It has an annual revenue of over 16,000,000 and disburses for the relief of distress over $2,000,000 per annum. It is upon facts like these that Odd Fellowship bases its claims to public favor as an institution of great practical beneficence. Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 160 of North Cambridge was instituted September 23, 1874, tho ceremonies being conducted by the grand officers at Masonic Hall, opposite Porter's station, where the regular meetincs of the lodge were afterwards held. The charter members were: George F. Tibbetts, Henry F Whitney, 6. H. Gr...
Visitation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Visitation. On Monday evening, February 7, sixty members of Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F., paid Bethesda Lodge of South Boston a fraternal visit. A return visit was paid last Monday evening, when the South Boston lodge came over with a delegation of one hundred and twenty-five inen.bers. They were met at the entrarrce of the building by a committee from Friendship Lodge snd escorted to the lodge room, where they were met by Past Grand W. W. ltawsoti and conducted to their seats. Friendship Lodge was in tlie midst of the regular business meeting and the visiting members were treated to a fine exhibition of degree work by the prancing goat, who was introducing two brothers to the mysteries of the third degree. Iv a neat speech the noble grand of Friendship Lodge welcomed tbe visiting members, after which a choice entertainment was given, consisting of musical and literary selections by tbe members of the home and visiting lodges. Past Grand Master Horace W. Stickuey delivered t...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Notes. Brancli No. 34, Iron Hall, initiated seven candidates Monday evening. Harvard Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, initialed one member Tuesday evening. United Lodge No. 40, X. and L. of 11., will receive a visit from tho grand officers next Thursday evening. Harvard Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, will visit John Winthrop Colony of Boston on tlie evening of Thursday, Apr.l 21. The annual inspection, drill and election of officers in Canton Cambridge No. 2 will lake place at the hall next Thursday evening. Tlie subject of Tiik TuiiiCNK.'s historical lodge article in next week's issue will be Canton Cambridge No. 2, Patriarchs Militant. It will be of special Interest lo Odd Fellows. There will be no meeting of Branch No. 34, Iron Hall, next Monday, as the district meeting Is to be held in its hall on that evening. Harvard Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, now has a committee at work arranging for a strawberry festival to take place in the latter part of May. The strawberry vines are now being set out. At...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
The Temperance Orders. The East Somerville Division, Sons of Temperance, are to have an apron and necktie party next Tuesday evening, to which the public are cordially invited. Refreshment will b- served at 10 o'clock. East Somerville Division, Sons of Temperance, installed Its new officers Tuesday evening. Grand District Deputy T. B. Rand being the installing officer. The officers for the year are: W. P., Mrs. E. Orcutt; associate, Mr. Moffatt; R. S., Mrs. X. A. Butt; A. R. S., Mrs. F. Valentine; treasurer, Mr 9. A. Buxton; F. S, Mrs. Rice; chaplain, Mrs. L. Orcutt; C. S., Miss F. Buxlon; A. C, Mr. Kllpatrlck; I. S., Mr. G. Howes; O. S., Mr. D. Jones. After the installation the good of tlie order was taken up and an enjoyable time was the result. Delegations were present from Mayflower, Prospect, Unity and Minerva divisions of Cambridge, Mayflower Division, Sons of Temperanco, initiated two members at its meeting Monday night. After routine business had been transacted, a pleasing ...
EASTER SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
EASTER SERVICES. At tbe First Universalist Church, in the morning. Rev. A. £. White preached an appropriate sermon, and there was singing by a choir compose.l of Miss F. A. Billings, soprano; Mrs. G. 11. Munroe, alto; Mr. E. 11. Chase, first tenor; Mr. 11. 6. Perkins, second tenor; Mr. O. 11. Munroe, first bass; Mr. T. It. Parrls, second bass. The musical programme included the "Te Deuin," Bauinbacli; responsive service by the choir, and "Christ, the Lord, is Risen Today," Wilsori. At five o'clock an Eaater concert was given by the Sunday School. The programme was as follows: Organ Voluntary; song by a quartette composed of Miss Killings, Mrs. Munroe, Mr. Munroe, Mr. Perkins; responsive reading by tlie Sunday School; prayer by tire pastor; song by the school, "Beautiful Morning;" recitation, "Easter Secret;" solo, "Cone I'nlo Him," Miss Fox; recital ion; song. "Notes of Mercy" by the class; recitation by three little girls; solo, Mr. G. 11. Munroe; recitation, "The Bluebird;" song, ...
Windows and Walls. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Windows and Walls. The Boston Wall Paper Company nlTer* to llios* about to occupy new houses, or refuting- their prt-a-ent homes, the best possible facilities fur hind* some wall papers and attractive shades and draperies at the closest prions. Mr. Oh »i Ins \V, Koto inson, formerly of toil Washington street, one of the moat experienced dealers In the city, ha. charjj.* of the reUll department, and Is always glad to afford the benefit o' his advice aud good tast* to customer*. The atoro of this company, of which Mr. William A. Corse Is the eltti-lent manager, is a very handsome one on Summer street. Cambridge people are always welcome.