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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

DEATHS. HltllllrKN —In till, city, l.'.lta nisi , llenjari ill .1. llrul.lKii, aned S:l years. I'llXK-l'.r.h ln.t.,Sarab B. One , agitl IS years. lIAYKS-lstb Inst., Join Lord Hay**, .ige.l 7.1 years KKTCHUM—nthlult., Charles Ketchum, *ned I'm VCSrS. o'BltlKS—Utlr insr., Margaret E. O'Brien, aged IU yiats. ituVAi,-nub Inst., Annette I, Royal, aged 19 years. SHEA .19th Inst., Julia Sbes, agid SO year,. 81 OWE—l7tb inst, Lucy A gn« Hi'we, aged — year", THURSTON- 11th Inst., Ilanict Maria Thurston, 58 years. TUBS Kit—lBth insr., Mary Turner, »ged si yen's.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Obituary. William (lor.l.in, wU.m recent death th* papers have recoided, was one who deserve.l an.l will receive in re than a pnsaine, thought fr.nu lliose who knew him. To tb.'in he .111 long liv las . pleasant atiit.Bwool incur rry: He \v .a a boy t i whom ll e affect oiuie iliminii Ive na'uraliy applied; an.l Although ll" w is tWi'lily-nine years ..1.1 HI ihe rime of hi. defttb, hislo»lng fn.-n Is—and rbey were mmy — hail u.'ver ceased lo call bill! Wllile, or lo cherish toward lilui a warm an.l lender fseltng. Willi - *RI irul? * good boy. Hy this we mean Hint lie ww gooil 111 spirit, in ilisi oslli. .11, and in puip.se. His lair, rrank, kindly face was an iriimislakatiln corlitl.'iil.! ol Ibis; an.l the loving ri-iueinl.r.inco ..f Ins ben av.-il Triendi abundantly a inflrmi It, Morevcr. bo wa-a l.rnve b..y. In his youth .hath Ist lis lulemii seal upon blm lv ihe form of c.mIttmpllon. and for years he has walked, knowing lhat Hi" ttrnn spec: re wi. ol >se at Ins si.tc...

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Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Important. When visiting New York City, save Baggage Express and Carringe Hire, and stop at tbe Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. 800 Handsomely Furnished Koomi at 11 and upward* per day. European plan. Elevators, and kll Modern Conveniences. Hestaurauts Hunplied with Ibe best. Horse ears, stages and elevated railroads 10 all depots. You oan live better for lees mniiey at the Grand Union Hotel -ban any other brst-olass hotel In the City.

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Three-Dollar shoes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Three-Dollar shoes. There are a number of $3.00 .nor- lv the market claiming various degrees of merit, but tbe brand offered by Messrs, Hoop & Byam Is i-onsldered very meritorious by those who have tested their wearing qualities.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

X. 1.. Perry, the house painter, haa done tome excellent work In North and Old Cambridge. Among tbe Jobs he has bad during the la*t few months are houses for John Allyn, Gardiner G. Hubbard, Key. C. X. Mnor on Arlington street. Harry 83 mouds on rushing street. It. S. Easter on Klce atreet and Senator Fletcher of Belmont. That he has done wot k fur theae people Is sufficient endorsement of his ►kill. .On tbli page today will b© found a striking and Instructive Illustration of the comparative worth of the various kinds of taking powders now In the market. E. A. Llbby's number iboutd have rend 19Temple place, Boston, In lat-1 week's notice

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

OVERMAN WHEEL CO. V ICLUI | tricycles. Highest Grade Known. Gall and examine if yon want the best OVERMAN WHEEL CO., 182-188 Columbus Ayenne, Boston.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. Pure).. ________________________________H * . ________________________■___■ RIM FORD'S, when frcßb... _____________________B~ra__Hi HAN FORD'S, whan fresh.. H_|^Br_-B__________i__S__U _____________________■■ CHARM (Alum ____■_- AMAZON i.v.iiin Powder) # L*_l_______M____N~l KVKI,AMrS(.i....t«t.I../ ____________________ PIONEER tSanFranclaco)... _-_____________■_■ __________________ DR. ____■______■_■ SNOW FLAKE (Oroff's) _________■_■ LEWIS' *_■_______■ PEARL (Andrews A Co.). _________■ DECKER'S __■___■ GULLET'S ■___■ A Mill ll tV SA( 0. "Reiral'^___i Mllw..ittra, (CvnUln. Alum.) BULK (Ponder sold 100ae).... ■__ RL'M FORD'S, wbcirriotfrcsh_i REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS As to I'uril y aud Wliolosoincncss of thoßoynl BaklngPowdcr. "I hnvc tested a package of Uoyal Baking Powder, which I purchased In tlio o|rcn market arril llnd — Composed of pure arrd wholesome Ingredients. It Iso ercam or tartar powder of a high degree of merit, nrrd does not con...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

jnoojf) bWk &o<3 <fcnep&, Sutapt-xbiiit^s u7u/» o l»ecuping fye&Uf) beauty t<s^e /W. of treogth %mm \\ 1/ ffe Eps 4 0.06 vi/ill will not dt-ivipfj < |r^^ = £v == _\«*e liable to do. M»ntif»ctiirera of Caskets, Coffin a, etc., Wholc-ml* nnd Itetnll. MACCABEE & HANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoaimers, Wariroomi, 238 North Avenue, North Cambridge, Odd Fellow. Building. N. B. Open Iluy anil Night. TKLKrHONB NOS.{ |'.;;;;^ n f e °' 722 , W* give personal attention to all call, promptly, sei ..nt..en years' eiperlerrea. X. J. Powell Macoabee. Arthur C. Ilan.com Itoddenca, 4 Rice Street, North Cambridge. CIRCULATING LIBRARY, 440 Harvard Street.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

/jSS§k CITY, OF CAMBRIDGE. OPtlCs. OK CI.KWK OK roMMITTKUd, ) en y Hall, Apm BSd, ww. J Proposals for Teaming Gravel Tor Stone I'uvhig. Scaled proposals will be received at this office unt-l TMUKSHaY. April 281b, at 19O'ttfwk, noon, for teaming from the city gravel fit* ptar Fresh Pond to Main Street, between Portland Strict and the •tone* crossing leading from Ho, iV tl M tin Street, about UOO cubic yard l ", mora or less, it| stone pav■H| gravel, as required by the Superintendent of Sin-eta, «nd lo ins satisfaction, Separate proposals will nl«n be received as above r-tiitmi f -r teaniii g from m-i giavel pits to Harvard Street, be tsM DUU*>t*f and How Streets, about 800 cubic \ aril-, nitre Of Ittsa.ff stone paving gravel as nfUrTMald. B ils will be received from such parties as may dcfirr to (un.i-h ai.d da Uer sttbtfactory paring gravel at ttio placos above sia'.ed, at the cost of leaniiug, only. Proposals to -tit* 1 ! tbo price per cubic yard for loading, hauling ami...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 8 CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'PCAMBRIDGE^IBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bsbisrlption for ona year, . (2,60 Blagls Copies, 6 oents By mail free of Postage. Thb Tbibuhe la printed anil mailed Friday afterneon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cambridge, Boston, and tbe towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It Is for sale, at five oents a copy, at tbe following news stands: Old Cambridge: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Hoi worthy street, Mt. Auburn. • Oamdridoei'Ort: Mr. Sbedil, 6M Main street; 0. E. French, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, BW Main street and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Oreenleaf, 46* Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; 1. D, Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalla, 311% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. St. Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge R. R. Transfer Station, West Boston Bridge...

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I.O.O.F. 68th Anniversary of Odd Fellowship. THREE CELEBRATIONS IN CAMBRIDGE. Notable Ball of Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2 of This City. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F. Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2. Members of Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2. New England Lodge No. 4. Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

I.O.O.F. 68th Anniversary of Odd Fellowship. THREE CELEBRATIONS IN CAMBRIDGE. Notable Ball of Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2 of This City. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. O. F. Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2. Members of Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2. New England Lodge No. 4. Grand Canton Cambridge No. 2, Patriarchs Militant, I. O. O. F. Sixty-eight years ago last Tuesday five men met in a tavern in the city of Baltimore, Maryland, and formed Washington Lodge of Odd Fellows, which was the first body of that order organized on this side of the Atlantic. The charter members were Thomas Wildey, John Welch, John D v ncan, John Cheatham and Richard Uushworth. Wildey was the prime mover in the organization of the order; lie had been a prom n 'lit I'Asr iißAsn's jkwbi.. Odd Pel low in Ihe city of London, passing through the noble grand's chair three times. The American branch was recognized shortly after hy the grand officers of England as holding separate jurisdiction, Franklin, the second lodge...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, r APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harrard Square, Will be happy to serve those who are bo unfortunatrt as lo require, the aid of medlclue. He under takes thai hid preparations sh ill be correctly made of pure stmd-ird matf rials and IntellljEently dispensed by careful asahttautt. AH the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day will be snld as low as aoy respectable dealer cm afford to handle them. » He would recommend bis own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA OINOEK ss being what It pretends to be. wiih"iH fnreliiu admixture. Wi'IETS ORANOE FLOWER OLYCEItINK LOTION lot chapped hands. KLIXIR OF CAI.ItATA MARK as a tonic. fIPONGEB at all prices. WINK EVGLIBH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. REEVES BROI, PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, OK' U..1.. Qt (Opposite Remington St., 854 Main 81..( Cambridge. Special Care taken, day or uiKht, in our PreBarlption Department. sirinriiu (HalrTonlo, Toothache Drops, Kr ''' l r ' s B ( CroHin Coua, Corn Solvent. TBLVPnoNR connections free between Physl. Btana an...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. ty The Only First-Class Drug Store in tbls Section or the City. *- CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS GREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, — PCWD. BORAX. 0 Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter A. Claflin, A FULL ASSORTMENT OF DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES And all tbe New Remedies constantly in slock. 1)K. WYMAN'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK. EMULSION CO» I.IVKIt OIL, SUI'KIIIOK HAY KIIVI, till I.OKA 1 i: POTASH TABLETS, TOII.KT SO A I'M. TOOTH IllWllliS, t'llllill MUll, DOHA MINT TABLETS, 111 VI 11.1.1: li IXI HI l( II HAZEL, EXTRACT JAMAICA OINOEK. NEW GOODS! HANDSOME BATH BPONBEB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIS BKINB, MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLES, LOVELY PUNGENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETS. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington SU COUNKIt BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. BASE BALLS, 5 cts. to 91.25. ciiKiiitY, i—* a "T" r\ wxxlow, RA T S 88 EA^, TS ASH ■"■* »»■■**■' CATCHERS' GLOVES, CATCHERS' MASKS, TENNIS BALLS, Base Ball and Tennis Rules and Regulations. AMEE BROTHERS, 5 H...

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PASSED WITHOUT DEBATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

PASSED WITHOUT DEBATE. The bill for the erection of a new bridge to Boston, was passed to be engrossed by tlie senate on Thursday afternoon. It now goes to the house, where tlie indications are very favorable for its early passage.

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BUILDING PROSPECTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

BUILDING PROSPECTS. The prospect for new buildings in Cambridge during the current year is better than It has been at this time in any preceding year since 1872. Tho permits thin far taken out, though not greatly in excess numerically of last year, are for a better class of buildings, and fewer are for mere repairs. Superintendent Steele reports that llie feeling Is sauoh better than it was last year—which ■leans better than for many years. Keal•Bstate agents tell tbe same story In their conservative and cautious fashion. Tenements of a good elms and houses of moderate rent are strongly in demand. There is beginning to be some call for houses to purchase—a thing the real-estate men are so unfamiliar with, of late, that it really surprises them. The building trades are feeling the impulse, and, if no labor troubles intervene, anticipate the most prosperous season they have had for years. What Is true in Cambridge inla moderate degree, is* true in larger measure in Huston and at many ...

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THE BRATTLE-STREET SIDEWALK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

THE BRATTLE-STREET SIDEWALK. The order for laying a brick sidewalk on the north side of Brattle street, passed by the aldermen on the 20th Inst., was returned by Mayor Russell last Wednesday evening without his approval. The objection named In the veto message is that the proviso which the order contains permitting abutters to lay at their own expense flagging walks not less than six feet wide, is not clearly stated, and Is unjust and oppressive. Th* proviso requires the abutters who shall choose to build a (lagging walk Instead of one of brick to agree that in case the city hereafter desires to lay a walk of different width or material, the estates concerned will bear their proportion of expense as if the walk now provided for had not been built. The veto was sustained by the board,' five members voting for the bill and three against. The matter now goes back to the committee on roads aud bridges for further consideration. The public interests require that this Important thoroughfa...

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THE GOSPEL Of GOOD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

THE GOSPEL Of GOOD HEALTH. Dyspepsia is no longer saintly nor intellectual. It is not a sign of degenerate morals to hayeja vigorous body and a firm biceps. A full chest and a good appeti.e are in fashion. The Harvard oarsman is also a good scholar; the ball player stands well In Greek; and Annex girls have more than once been seen on tricycles, their ruddy faces and wind-blown tresses proclaiming the gospel of good health. The marvellous advance In this direction which the past decade had seen, is scarcely less than a revolution. It is within this period that Dr. Sargent's new system of physical culture, which adapts the exorcise to the needs of the individual, rather than the man to the machine, has been de (eloped and has spread through the whole country. Within ten "years tho bicycle and tri cycle have conquered the country, ».- that now there are fifty thousand in use this side of the Atlantic, and men and women are using the wheel with immense advantage to health. The) develop...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

In dealing with a no-license law, It Is usually fair to assume that the liquor sellers are as a class In favor of such action as will bring it Into disrepute and lead to a reversal of the policy at the next election. This point was happily made by Alderman Holton, Wednesday evening, in connection with the proposition to license druggists. There Is no doubt that liquor for medicinal purposes is counted a necessity by tho great mass of tho people. To make it illegal for a druggist to sell for this purpose would bo out of harmony with the purpose of the nolicense lsw, which is simply to prevent the sale of intoxicating liquors as a beverage. The sixth-class license provides only for the sale of liquor for medical, mechanical or chemical purposes, on the written certificate of the purchaser. There Is good reason for issuing these licenses to reputable and regular drug stores, and then for requiring the provisions of the license to be rigidly and Impartially lived up to. The joint meetin...

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