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Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and Attar Nov. 18, laae, TBAI.IS LKAV« BOSTON PASSKKOKB STATION, . CAUSCWAY STRUT, Poll CAMBRIDGE—6.OS, B.SO, 6.58. 7.J0, 7 48. 8.83 B. "SO. 10 30,11.10 A.M.; 12 M.J 12.07,12.30,1.36,2 18 25 J'} 0 ' 31i - *■ 4 - 40 ' 8 ' 810 . ** 5406 OS 0.13 i*. .»°-.J B - 2B i 5 U *• "•: i la «• 51-os. U §4, MJK 11.30, 56.16. §7 08. §7.15, §9.30, §9.41f P.M.) RE*rjRN Sft, °3 7 ' l8 ' 7Sr ' T «- 8"• 8S °. *-M. 9.11, 9.38, ill 8 -.'!? 9 AM ' ! ,a " 8 J ,248 - 114 . i* i«2 Em. 2 32, 2-18, 3.28, 3«, 4.27, 8.14, 8.21, 6.02 6.07 6.40 LS 6^ 7 li.!' 2 !' B ' 40 ' 9M . WM - (*10.33), 10.53 p. X.: §8.31. §1 JS, §|5 3J, §6.20; §7.88. 47.50, §8.88 p. M. .HO"** Al>A.|g, TKOV, AtBANT AND THE WKgT-(0.30 A. U. Acoom.), (8.30 A. M. Expreea, drawing-room oar for Albany). 3P. H. Chicago and St. lioula Express run. daily, sleepln? cars for Chlcag i and St. Louis), 7 p. at. Express, dally, sleeping ear for Chicago), (10.30 P. M„ (l.ep. Ing ear for Albany). ... - A...

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Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Real Estate. Building Permits. The following oermlts have been issued fsom the office df" superintendent of bulldillfll! 479—Charles Waugb, rear of Main street, Ward Four, f*ctory, 16x16x40; J. S. Brown, bullder - . r. 1. A 480—Andrew Jones, corner of Orchard .and Beach streets, Ward Five, dwelling, 42 L't. by 42 ft. by 25 ft. 6 in.; H. B. Dennfson, Architect; E. Walker, builder. 481—Mr. Elliott, Boylston street, Ward One, brick; storage'.buildlng, 30x30x50; W. P. Wentworth, architect; M. N. Steams, builder. 482—Henry Hooker, Chestnut street, Ward Four, wooden addition, 24x24x12; Mr. Harvey, builder. 483—Joseph Silvast, Vandine street, Ward Two, wooden dwelling, 32x32x25. 484—George G. Page Bros. A Co., rear of Hampshire street, Ward Two, box factory and storage building, 50x60x100; J. Fogerty, architect; Albert Norrl* <fe Co., builders. 485—Union Colored Baptist Church, Main street, Ward Four, one staging; tmarles S. Delong, builder. 486—Albert B. Hopkins, 278 Pearl stre...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Mr. James Fogerty has just finished plans for a four-tenement dwelling to bo soon erected on Austin street, near Prospect, by Mrs. Dudley. Each tenement will contain six rooms and a bath-room. The building will cost about $8000. Mr. Z. Hayden is to build for Mr. T. D. Sullivan a French roof house at the corner of Prescott and Cambridge streets just as soon as favorable weather sets in. It will contain thirteen rooms and a bath-room and will cost $5,300. Mr. James Fogerty drew the plans. Mrs. Sarah A. Newcoinb has rented tbe houae No. 223 Broadway. Real estate in Somerset street would be almost doubled in value if Allston street were lengthened" to Somerset street. A more direct route would thus be furnished to Putnam avenue, and the class of houses would be improved on Somerset street. Thf leading demand at present is for tenements varying in price from twelve to fifteen dollars. The annual activity on the approach of spring has, however, not yet begun. Mr. Hammond his let his house...

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In the Lane. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

In the Lane. Ajul art thou then, my heart, too old, Kver to leap with lore again, To feel the itrong blood-torrent rolled Through hearing breast and teeming brain? Is It no more, my heart, for thee Life's one unquestioned ecstacy? A re faded quite those- dim, far days When music smothered every sound, When up and down youth's happy wftys Fared glories on eternal round? Has chill of years killed every joy That blossomed for the wandering boy? These are the troet once known se well We felt to tbem all but h. known; Their very shadow we could tell From others by the forest thrown. The iime glad songs from bush and bough— As once we heard, we hear tbem now. And tbese sweet flowers beneath my feet, Their young oyes greet us as of yore. The hope, there I Htlll they think to meet Her glance that shall not answer more: To us alone It cannot be They're looking up to tend- rly. This is the tamo gray |.ath we took Huh Ind tbe slowly going rjftyj As they do DOW. the light leaves shook When even...

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A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A New Firm. I'alntlng, glazing, kalsomining and all kind, of work relating to Interior deooratlng will be carried on by the new firm of Porre.t a Prince. They have Ailed up a large and commodious room over too Harvard street, Wolman's old stand. Both membars of the firm are well known In Cambridge a. tirst class workmeo, ono of them having been with W. H. Holt for the past ten years. It I. to be hoped tbat the firm will meet with Immediate recognition.

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Curios. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Curios. Borastern. Bornson, tbe Norwegian pott, want* to com. to America for a visit. (J)jJJJJJ j.) Those j'a belong In the name somewhere, and th. reader can distribute tbem to suit hi* taste.—Norwlch Bulletin. Clara—"Ob, Jobnl what lovely flower.! They look, as if they had Just been gathered. Why, there's a little dew upon them." John (somewhat embarrassed)—" Due upon them I Not a cent, Clara, I assure you, not a oent!"— Life. Uncle Jack returns from a long walk, and, being somewhat thirsty, drinks from a tumbler be find, on the table. Enter hi* little nleoe Alice, who instantly set. up a yell of despair. . Uncle Jack—"What's the matter, Allle?" Alloc (weeping)—" You've drlnked up my aquarium, and swallowed my free pollywoga." (Howl* with augulsh.)— Harvard Lampoon. A young humanitarian (bearing tbe bag-pipes for the first time) —"Oh, mamma, couldn't you Interfere? There's a horrid man squeezing something; under his arm, and he Is hurting It so!"— Punch. Th. little daughter of a L...

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Two Sides to Every Question. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Two Sides to Every Question. "To take off my hat at the play, I agree," She salil. "You're an angel, by Jove!" Said he. She continued, "if you'll promise ms> That you'll not go out for a olove 'Tween the act.," and hn answered, with aspect severe, "Oh! keep on your hat If you want to, my dear." —Botton Courier.

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Johnny's Answer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Johnny's Answer. A Sunday School teacher said to her papll: "Well, Johnny, wo will commence tho shorter catechism. Why should we love our Creator?" Johnny—"Because lie makes preserves, and redeems us."— Motion Timet. Savena will not Injure the finest fabric.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

IF YOU ABE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Padnts, Varnishes, Ofls^ WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, OiU Color. Ground In Japau, W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER. Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. SOULE, DILLINGHAM & CO., Pavers and Contractors. Kilge Stones Set. Streets. Places, Private Avenues, Sidewalk*, end all kinds of Plain and Fancy Paving done promptly. Hox 72, No. 3A Hawley street, Boston, Mast*. Particular attention given to the construction of Horse Railroads. O. W. SOtTLE. G. A. hi 1.1.l Mill A M . Al.lllF.li BOt'L*. (JLARENCE G. REED, • Plasterer * AND STUCCO WIIRKKK, Kalaomlnlna, Whitening and Tinting;. "in, Jill ISO I.KrTr.it Box: 2, Sawln's Riprras Ofllce, Harvard Square, Cambridge. Telepbon. connection. 830 Beacon Street, Somerville. s. h. BWsAinr. MANrrAi rniiKii or DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Rosettes and Novelties. E*T~llnllder. are Invited to call and examine. State Street, Cambridgeport. J^sT...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

J. WINNETT & CO., Real Estate. Mortgages and Insurance. XT Care of Batata, a Specialty. Boom SJB, 40 State Street, Bo.ton. J. Wluuett. W. O. Cutter. John Rugglos, REAL EBTATE & COLLECTION BUREAU llouses for Sale and to Bent. 430 Harvard St., Hilton Block. X3T Business Solicited. QUINCY MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE cdMPANY. Mais.'Standard Poller Issued-FULL, VALUE INSURED-NO % CLAUSE. Cash Fond, June 1, 1886, - - »«10,000 Surplus over Liabilities, - - - 990,000 Total Liabilities, - - - - - 310,000 Amount at risk, •28,000,000. Dividends paid on every expiring policy.' 60per cent, on 5 years, 40 per cent, on 3 year, and 20 per cent, on all others. UHAS. A. HOWLAND, President and Treasurer. WILLIAM H. FAY, Secretary. J. ST. G. WHITTEMORE, INSURANCE, 613 Main St., Cam- 42 Congress Street, bridgeport, Boston. Orßce.) U AM J.S.SAWYER, ■:■ Fire Insurance 559 Main Street, Cambridgeport RISKS PLACED IH ANY FIRST-CLASS COMPANY. Losses Promptly Adjusted. W. B. HASTINGS &amp...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

SfJ-t ofc IMPORTANT TO IS r HOUSEKEEPERS, eaaaK HMM ° ' — *H The undersigned (with A. W. WatiiM for the past teu B ■ years) has opened a NKW HTOKK at 480 Mulii Vfl ■ Htrwft, where will be found the celebrated NEW ■ Bl HUB ItANOK and. General Kitchen FurnSßhlngs. Tin Plate and Sheet Iron Work will recelrs prompt 9W attention. Specialty: Furnace and Range Work. .J. r."fortune, 480 Main Street, uppe.lte Unlversaliat Church WJfc^E—- 21 * 1 Cambridgeport, Sole Agent for New Hub Range. HOUSE FURNISHING! — *-sar™House Renovating. *-*- ■ *V FURNITIIKK UPHOLSTERED AND REPAIRED AT LOWEST POSSIBLE COST AND WITH DESPATCH. IH nrn nruT fllOnnilUT On all work done during January and February, which U rtn uCltls UIOuUUII I dlsoount IS made to secure work to keep my workmen steadily employed. Hare your Hair Mattresses Renovated and remade now for 83.00. lIRICA-BRAC, CHINA, for use and decoration, PICTURES, CARPET SWEEPERS of tho latest pattern and Improved design at »3,0 i). CALL AND SEE ME PERSONAL...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

J. WARREN WHITE, MASON A llllll.llKlt. 543 BKOADWAT, Cambrlrlsreport, Macs. All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to. CONTRACTING and BUILDING Of EVRIIY DRSCHIPTION. Large Contracts and O.neral Jobbing attended to with equal dispatch. 18 Wallace Stmt, Cambridge.

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

PORREST & PRINCE, TO** Painting OKAININO and GLACINO. Kalsomlntnjr, Whitening and Tinting. 400 Harvard Street, (near Harvard Sq ) Cambridge, t(r 'Ord. r« for jobbing of all kinds «ent by mail or left at th* t-lmp will be promptly attended to, and neatly dona, JOHN M. n.HHFM, JAMES A. TBINCB. LEVI HAWKES & CO., PLUMBERS, 599 MAIN STREET, Opp. Prospect Ilouae, CAMBRIDOKPORT. Levi Hawke*. John Crawford. ■ ■—*-,—■■ I. _. —.. .1 I 1.1 , ,■— ■ T. W. HALEY •7 (Formerly with Brock Bros.) PLUMBINC & SANITARY VENTILATION. ' 90 Teara 1 Kxpfirlrnc*. Corner Harvar*! and Holyoke Street*. Cambridge. pARRY BROS, ftjfa MAM KAiirilHHS OF AND DKALKRS IB SAND AND WATER-STRUCK BRICK. ,lohn X. Parry. 1 Officii, &Ati6s?-fw<rt OF OEEBOEHT AYE Richard H. Parry. J North Cambridge. The BOYLSTON CAFE~ * * * 18 Boylston Street, We cat. r fat Gentlemen CiMBUinRF Only. I)e.lrable Terms. CAMBRIDGE. • • nr until I Real Estate lor Nale an* IttrnUVSL. t „ Ren...

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Cambridge Lodges. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F. Many persons, aa well members of tbe order as others, will be interested in the origin of what Is now one of the largest and most favorably known organizations In the world, whose objects are to do good when trrer opportunity offers —to visit the sick, bury the dead, and educate the orphan; knd It Is well known how often the brethren are called on to attend to those selfimposed works of charity. We are indebted to the "History of Odd Fellowship," by James L. Ridgely, assisted by other distlnguls»(r""members of the Order, for ihe following facts concerning the origin of Odd Fellowship, aud its introduction Into this country. The order was originated in tbe city of London, England, by an assemblage of workingmen for social enjoyment. The society so formed continued to develop, thence the formation of "lodges," which after a while combined into'an affiliated order, the first being known as the Ancient Order of Odd Fellows. Emigrant...

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Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Anniversary. Olive Branch Lodge No. 21, 'Daughters of Rebekab, I. O. O. F., celebrated their ninth anniversary, Wednesday evening, with a choice entertainment at their hall in Odd Fellows building. Fifty members of Ivsloo Lodge No. 7 of Somerville came over lv barges and took an active part In the exercises. On the programme was a piano solo by Mrs. Lizzie Jones; song, Mrs. Bullard; reading, Mrs. George Sutton; recitation, Mrs. Spaulding; reading, "Betsy and I are Out," read responsively by Mr. Mills and Mrs. Spaulding. The Bazoo Band, composed of ten ladies in-antique costume, was heartily encored, to which they responded by •giving a burlesque on "Strikers." A duet by Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Bullard was followed by the reading of "Widow Bpdott," by Mrs. Caroline Mills. Addresses were ma de by the noble grand and secretary of lvaloo Lodge, Sisters Cushman and Noyes and Past Grands Sanborn and Noyes. It was a thoroughly enjoyable entertainment and reflects much credit on the committee, ...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Notes. Charles Elver Encampment jNo. 22 meets next Friday. Franklin Council, Royal Arcanum, meets next Tuesday. New England Lodge No. 4 worked the first degree last evening. Ensign CastleVNo. 7, Knights of the Golden Eagle, meets next Wednesday. Many members of the old Crlbb Club are joining the Knights of Pythias. Cambridge Lodge No. 101, Knights of Honor, will initiate one candidate next Wednesday. ,—•. Cambridge Lodge No. 13, I. O. O. F., worked the first degree ou two candidates Tuesday eveniug. » Mt. Moriali Lodge, F. and A. M., will meet at their hall, 12 Central square, next Tuesday evening. Harvard Lodge No. 1542, G. U. O. O. F., worked the initiatory degree on two candidates Wednesday ovening. Five members were Initiated into Clan Mackintosh No. 13, O. S. C, at their last meeting on Friday of last week. Mr. Parke, one of the oldest members of Memorial Lodge No. 27, I. O. G. T., Is at presentj'wiy-iH in Dorchester. *"— The first degreo was worked.on three candidates by Mt. S...

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Post 57, li. A. I!., realized about 1150 from the two lectures recently delivered under ils auspice... The monthly bualneil meeting of Ihe Post ."ill Relief Corps was held in O. A. It. Hall last evening. Post .",7. G. A. X., visited Post 131 (colored) of II Mton. Tbilisi iv overling, Slid an enjoyable lime was the remit. An entertainment complltnenuiry to the honorary members of Company it, First Regiment, will be given in Ihe latter part of April. Company I!, First Regiment, has three men drilling in the "awkward squad," and three Officers and fifty-nine enlisted men on its rolls. Two new members were elected and three proposi'ions for memliership read al last Monday's meeting of Company 11, Fifth Regiment. , The members of Post 30 are discussing tbe merits of .t|ic several pension bills with considerable warmth at their Thursday evening meetings. A committee from tho three older posts of this city met at Ihe hall of Post 50 during the past weok and v...

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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Answer to Remonstrant. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Answer to Remonstrant. Editou Camuihdge Tribune: In the article on "Woman's Rights," in a recent issue of I'nic Tkiuune, signed by "A Remonstrant," the position Is taken that suffrage would be made obligatory on every woman and be a burden to those who do not wish to exercise it. Is it possible your correspondent does not know that school suffrage has been "imposed", upon women for five years, and that in this city of Cambridge less than fifty women have voted this hut year? One of two things must be true—either women do not consider suffrage obligatory, or they are very remiss In the performance of their duty. I prefer, for the honor of womanhood, to believe that they have not waked to a sense of their responsibility and of their power for good with even that limited suffrage; when they do, the "home-loving, class" will use all available means to see that the right ones are put iv charge of the schools that are composed of their children. 'wrnqnltrant" says...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

The dlreotnrs of the Cambridge Polios Relief Association held :i meeting?, Friday afternoon, to elect a nominating committee for the Minus] election m-xi Thursday and prepare the annus) reports.

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