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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBKIOOK PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICK. Have your property placed on my Hat Immediately, at Tarn in a poMum to $how and direct patroiu te aaay place ia (At dtp. Building; Lota for aale in Ihe in oat de.ir.ble location*. HOUBEB FOR BALE. HQUSEB 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, 607 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a p»ir of Mrelr PERPECT-PITTING SPECTACLES and EYE-GLASSES of tha (Inert „__, German and American manufacture, at prices within the reach of all. , The Kye Examined Free. Sallafacllon Guaranteed. Leneea Keaet and Glaasea Repaired. HAVE YOU EXAMINED "THE NEW CONTRACT" OF THE nONNECTICUT MUTUAL Life line Coipy? It la believed to be tb. CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND BEST CONTRACT EVER WRITTEN. . This grand old New England Company during Its 41 YEARS ha* received from ita policy holders over $1...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
WINTER BT. Ci BURT PHILLIPS, w, MT ERBT. April S5. IM POBTBB, HAHUFAOTDBEB, BETAILEB. Apr| , M 35 WINTER STREET, BOSTON. —I I S) t 1.....—a OUR EASTER OFFERING OF Spring Goods and Special Novelties. Oar store was crowded daily the psit week, why ? Because we are offering oar eastomers UHOICK BARGAINS of oar own Importation and manufacture. Our SF-fjui. NOVKhTiKH In new SPRING garments cannot be excelled In style or quality of MATERIA- OK IN PRIC&amp; Kemember, In purchasing of us you are dealing directly with the MANUFACTURER, THUS saving ONE profit. JACKETS. Black Corkscrew and Whipcord, English Kerseys in modes and delicate shades. Black and Blue. RAGLANS. All Fashionable Styles In Cloth. SUITS In Satin, silk and all goods of tbe season. WRAPPERS. A nice line In Cambric, Lawn, Seersucker, Clotb, etc. TEA GOWNS In pretty design and style. E. BURT PHILLIPS, 35 Winter St., Boston. WRAPS In Cloth, Satin, Urenadlne, handsome Beaded and nail Jets. VISITES. Beaded Silk and Satin,...
JAMES H. WELLS. The Newly Appointed Superintendent of the Cambridgeport Post-Office. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
JAMES H. WELLS. The Newly Appointed Superintendent of the Cambridgeport Post-Office. Last Saturday, Mr. James 11. Wells assumed charge of the post-office at Cambridgeport, in place of Mr. YV. S. Arnaud, removed. Tlie new incumbent is a wellknown citizen, a resident of Cambridge for thirty years and a prominent democrat. He was born in Boston ami educated in tho public schools of that city. He learned tho trade of bookbinding with Charles Hincklin, of which firm the tote George P. Carter was a member. He Subsequently worked for Lemon, Fields &amp; Co., at the Riverside, and for a longtime was business manager for John Ucmick, the blank-book manufacturer, formerly of Central square. After the latter's death, in about 1872, Mr. Wells entered into the cigar-manufacturing business, which he has since followed. He was a member of the common council in the years 1889*8, chairman of the board of registrars of voters, and for twenty years has been the treasurer of tho democratic ward...
THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. A Large Amount of Important Business Transacted. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. A Large Amount of Important Business Transacted. At tha regular meeting 0( tlie aldermen, Wednesday evening, Me«w. Ball and Cogrtf-ll were absent. The mayor read the nam •« of tho recent applicants for policemen, ami in o.der that they might be eligible to appoiutment, according to the civil service rule*, lie n uninat-nl thotn for special oIH cerj. The list did »v. luclud t those who applied and were already special officers, The applicants wero a* follows: John J. MeßrHe, Mlchnel Culhane, Timothy J. Hartwell, Jame* A. N'wnian, J. P. Malny, James Burke, .Joseph F. McOrry, F. L, Ladd, George 11. Falrhalrn, William N. Mullins, H, I\ Ltmb, Jr., J. X. Corcoran, J. 11. McCarthy, Michael CoffVy, Gideon Smith, John A. Kelleh-r, W, Ot Uvenuore, il. X. Bresnnn, James Grant, JLewls Howe, Frank A. Kdson, James J. Garvin Thomas W. Jones, William 11. Carroll. The six months' probationary period of Patrick J. Hurly, a police officer, having expired, the mayor called attent...
ENFORCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
ENFORCEMENT. The First Gun Fired, Warning the People to Action in Securing an Enforcement of the No-License Law. A meeting In the of the enforcement of the no-llcense law was held at the Old Cambridge Baptist Church last Sunday evening. Tho temperance people were out in sitflb-iout force to comfortably till tbe church, nearly all pari! of tbe city holug represented. Rev. Dr. JobDJOt] presided, opening the meeting with a responsive reading of tho Tenth Psalm, and prayer. The lirst spoake'r introduced was Prof. Lawrence of tho KpDeopal Divl iIty School. He said there *va* one thing In which the American people were alt a&lt;*rooil—the privileges and duties of citizenship. Men differ In religion, and in politics, and even in temperance legislation there Is a hi run difference of opinion. many do not agree in prohibitory laws for Cambrldge, ninny would have a bijb iloetilfl bill with hi ens are, but everybody, he thought, did agree that the laws ought to lie enforceil. Tho quest...
Moths, Moths, Moths. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Moths, Moths, Moths. These household pests may be prevented from destroying furs, clothing and anything else that they doom to destruction, by using the specialties saturated with pine tar made by Mauahan aud sold by Messrs. tiurdttt &amp; White, Central square. Boxes and hags In different sizes, made &lt; f parchment saturated with pine tar, pads In convenient sizes for packing in trunks, lining for carpets, and mammoth rolls, are a few of the convenient forms In which these g&lt;x&gt;d* are made. Besides being cheap pnd convenient, these goods are agreeable In odor, and In every way nip.Tim- to camphor.
The Eastern Market. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
The Eastern Market. Patrons of this market arc always sure of finding beef, mutton, poultry and all sorts of mealH fresh and tender. ' aimed goods In large assortment, all the seasonable vegetables, creamery butter, and everything necessary for a well coiiduted cui*ine t are always supplied by Mr. G. G. Purdv, 471 Main street, to Ids customers. Parties ordering from a distance will receive prompt attention. An Important auction silt* of granite monuments and memorial! Will take place at Wight &amp; Scorgle's granite works, corner Mt, Auburn and Sparks streets, on Wednesday, April BT. Read full ai_nouncement in advertising o duiuns,
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
7 Harvard Square. _STEW GOODS A.N"jD SPECIALTIES In Men's,. Women's and Children's _ FOOT W T I A Large Assortment of Seasonable Goods to Select from, Standard Makes. aa» mm • m ~ — Hen's and Boys': Women's and Children's: MEN'S LACED BOOTS, LADIEB ' 6ENUINE oongola boots. a new Una of "Day Machine" malrs, equal Id com- '— . v. —am i ._.-._-„.._■ fort arid lervioe to Uantl-made good*, for leae price. Hand and machine aewed, Id larga variety of itylei. , C ONf|NUK to sell trie .rune lines of Dongola Boota as have been bo popular heretofore. MY $3.00 SHM OXFORD AND NEWPORT ties, la the moat durable la the market. In Black, Wine and Maroon. Theae gooda are new, aeaaonable and "all right." MY $2.50 SHOE $zOO mi w 80flT oxford BHOEB. Ia reliable and la a favorite. Stylish, durable and well fitting. I CONTINUE to keep lo atock the genuine Dongola Shoes In Oxford and Frenoh 'lies and MEN'S RAILROAD SHOES, Bu "°" __'._,__.__.•*_,_ ~a &gt;,i M LADIEB'GOLDEN TAN KID BOOTB. One of tbe ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Common wealth or Massachusetts. MIDDI,KSKX, SS. PROBATE COURT, Whereas, WILLI AM NKWKLL OSGOOD of Cambridge, In said County, has pteseuted to said Court a petit 101) praying Unit Ins name miiv be .hanged to that of WILLIAM PAKKMAN OSGO- ID, for tbe reasons therein sot out: All persons are hereby cited to appear at a probate (,'otir , to be h-'l i at Cambridge In said Coil illy of Middlesex, on tho tlrst Tuesday of May next, at nine o'clock Iv tho forenoon, to ihOW cause, If any they have, why the same should not be granted. And laid petitioner Is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this cliutlon once a week lor three IUCoeSStVS weeks, In the newspaper called the (Jambridge Tribune, printed at Cambridge, the last publication to be two days nt least before Slid Court. Witness, GiMit'ii; M. Brooks, Esquire, Judge of raid Court, this eleventh, day of April, iv ihe year one thousand eight hum! red I eighty •seven. J. H. I YLF.It, Register, Commonwealth or Massach...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
MOTHS t MOTHS t MOTHS ! JVH AUNT'S TAME BAGS &amp; PADS, BOXES, ETC. Superior to Camphor For keeping Fur Garments, Clothing, Ruga, Lap-Robei, Blankets, etc., free from Moths. A Remarkable Disinfectant. Made from Pine Tar. Leave! a Kef resiling Fragrance instead of a Disagreeable Odor. CHEAP, CONVENIENT, INDISPENSABLE. Tarine Pads, Hags, Muff Boxes, Carpet Border Lining, Mammoth Pine Tar Sheets, etc., for sale by BURDITT&amp; WHITE, Central Square, - ' - Cambridgeport. B. F. ROGERS, Grand Junction Flour d_ Grain Store, 267 &amp; 269 Main Street, Cambridgeport, ..._ WHOLBSALB AND KETAII. DEALER IN Flour, Grain, Hay, Straw. SS^I^ 1 Extra F,our ' MI jwtt a \ir_i l n i^ b :ca,'n^7ow:' &lt; '"lWyn&lt;lemere, ■ ■ ■ 5.2S | v»jwijffty* NEW. You can SAVK MONEY and have a TIGHT ROOF by having CARL A. CORLIN do your roofing. , I will warrant all kinds of roofs tight. Beiiia formerly with 11. F. Peak for eight years, and during that time having been Forema...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, April 24. Appleton Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Rev. George A. Gordon. Monday. French readings. Theodore do Banvllle, "Grlngoire." Prof. B6cher— Sever 11, 4P. M. Greek readings. "The Clouds of Aristophanes." Pro/7 AllenSever 11, 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. College faculty—Meeting at University 5, at 3.30 P. M. Wednesday. Last day of receiving names of competitors for the Boylston prizes. Prof. A. S. Hill wUI be In Sever 1 at 3 P. _[. to meet competitors. Romance philology conference. Subject: "The Pronoun Ille In Italian." Mr. Grandgent—Sever 3, at 4P. M. Divinity School Chapel. Conference. Mr. L. A. Harvey, 4P. M. Problems of railroad administration. Lecture: "Railroad Legislation in the United Slates." Profeisor Arthur T. Hadley—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Harvard Natural History Society. "Something about Crabs." Dr. J. S. Kingsley, editor-of the "American Naturalist."— Lawrence Scientific School Building 4, 7.30 9. M. Thursday. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Pro...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
The Freshman Glee Club and Banjo Orchestra give their first concert in aid of the freshman crew in Lyceum Hall, Friday evening, April 29. There will be dancing after tbe concert. On Monday afternoon, in spite of the severe storm, a large number of persons were present in Sever 11 to hear the reading by Prof. Conn of the "Oraison Funebre de Henriette d'Angletcrre." It was much enjoyed. On Monday, Prof. Bocher gives hi* lart reading, "Gringoire," by Theodore de Banville, to lie followed on the ensuing Monday by the reading of Boaixmarchals's "Manage de Figaro,' r hy Prof. Cohn. On Wednesday, on Jarvis field, Harvard defeated the Cocbitua'.es by a score of 11 tc-3. The first, game between the freshman and the Exeter nines will be played on June 4. On Wednesday, Prof. Hadley gave the second lecture on subjects relating to railroads, in Sever Hall. The schedule of class games is as follows: May 3, '88-'9O, Morgan, umpire; May 0, '89-'B7, Crocker, umpire; May 9, '88-80, Loud, umpire; May ...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Lexington. Not since the centeiuii.il celebration in 1875 has the anniversary of the battle of Lexington been sj spiritedly and satisfactorily celebrated as this year—the one hundred and twelfth since that eventful day. Sunday evening there was the usual gathering at the Town Uall for semi-religious commemorative servlc -s, in which the clergymen of the town all took part and Ilev. E. 11. Capen, D. D., of Tufls College, gave an address, wisely departing from lire stereotyped historical account and truating in ire of our pr&lt; sent duties as tbe successors of the men of '75. A greater danger now confronts us than even they faced, in the problems of the enormous Immigration and the discontent of some classes iv our community: and whether we can assimilate the one and allay the other, time only can prove. In spite of the fall of about six inches of snow the plans for the nineteenth were carried out witli great success and enjoyment. The drum corps wailed through the snow at su...
West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
West Somerville. The regular meatings of the Welcome Club will he postponed until two weeks from next Momlay. "Penelope" aird W. I). Httw«U»'s farce, "The Elevator," will be given al Clarendon Hall next Wednesday evening. Rev. W. 11. Dearborn of Hartford, Conn., will preach In lire Uuiversalist Church tomorrow, at :l P.. M.; subject, "The Bible and Unlversallim." Prof. Harmon of Tufts College will preach iir the evening at 7.30.
THE NEW BRIDGE. Remarks of Mayor Russell Before the Legislative Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
THE NEW BRIDGE. Remarks of Mayor Russell Before the Legislative Committee. MB. Chairman and (lentlemin or the Committee: The gentleman who has just spoken represents the petitioners from the city of Boston who ask for legislation to carry out what they all believe to be a very much needed public tmprovenieat. _ have come here to represent the city of Cambridge; yet in speaking for the city of Cambridge I also speak for a much larger constituency that stands behind her, and Is equally In tens tad with her in having this bridge built. I mean by that almost the whole of Middlesex County. Therein no doubt that tbe citle- of Somerville, Waltbam, and Newton are very much Interested, and that the towns or Arlington, Belmont. Lexington, Concord, Watertown, Medford, and a great many others, are directly Interested. That Interest Is evident, first, by the locations of these buwiii, as you will see by glancing at the map, and In the secon 1 place by the many petitions that have been circulated...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
LTJIVCH BISCUIT. Square at J. H. iTIBTB'i, at. B. JOHKa'S, and othsr atoraa.J Bread, Cake, and Pastry -v Id mora tha* UVeNII-NTK VABIBTIBB. loge»h*r with VAMOT kDBAOKBBS. ECLAIRS. KTC FB-.H UAIXY A 4 fli--. SISmuM 33 *35 ELM BTREET . At -JUT snores, 479 oambridqe street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Op.. Sunday, from 7.30 to • A. M. THURSTON &amp; HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. J HK S PEaruME the BEBT THINS KNOWN w WASHING^BLEACHING IN HARD OR SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER. SAVES LABOR. TIME and SOAP AMAZINGLY, ami frivrs nnlverasl ant Israel lon* No family, rich or poor .horrid be without it. Sold byalMirsii'ors. UKWARE of Imitations well iii'Hiirrn-1 to mislead. I'KAKI.INE Is tho ONLY BAKI'. lahor saving compoimil, and always bears tho nlmvo symbol, and namool JAMES I'YLE. NEW YORK. __~ ' OtTB M A STANDARD B'xVMANUFnCTUriI TIT" T T T ■ "lllij IrV%/ OST °I Put a horse in ■ K " 0cl co,l(ll,l " n 1 wllh 11-,s ,&gt;x ' ff_ P Cn,( ' ft "&lt;l RJCfiD m trouble limn k, &lt;...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, JjfjpHfc Dra P cr V Materials, Window Shades, etc. Rii ■. ? D * . 0( tha large.t collections of the above goods can ' __li f . _-i__ Qi round at our new aud elegant store, where every conH9 venlanoe lor the aelecllon of good, la oltcnd. Juth D £RaS_CK^' s ___W&amp;a- . S P* C '" l , atentiou given to the turnl.hlDg of Private Hasl. —Ifan Ua r\V—VvWl ajkjSrjir** donees, nntela, etc. RflrW ■jtlmate. ul.eu ir dealred, and oompetent men lent to JH 'fenDDr' lowest cash prices. rnn Ai__ri Thfl Boston Wall Paper Co., — WM. A. CORSE. Manager, 20 SUMMER STREET, BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low prices, without any retard to durability, appear to catch the publlo. A long experience lv business prove! to ua that first-class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING BTOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB Is now complete, and we are offering Flitsi'-CLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturer., at prlcei lower than ever...