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An Important Indian Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
An Important Indian Meeting. A meeting of the Cambridge Ilranch of the Massachusetts Indian Association was held Thursday afternoon at three o'clock at the Shepard Memorial Chapel. The president, Mrs. 11. O. Houghton, and other ladies read interesting reports of tlie work thus far accomplished by friends of the Indians. The work done by the citizenship committee is very encouraging. In the case of the Mission Indians, whose sufferings ami wrongs have attrao:ed so much attention, definite progress has been recently made. The question of citizenship has been decided in their favor in the case of Feles Calac, In Ihe Superior Court ot San Diego. This man had been living for years on a section of school land belonging to the Stale. Understanding that a white man intended purchasing it lie was advised to apply also for its possession, but his application was refused on the ground that he was not a citizen. Calac filed with the attorney general his protest against this refusal. The case wa...
North Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
North Cambridge. Mr. Francis Ivers returned last week from his Western trip. Mr. E. J. Kraetzer is about to give up bis hat ami cap business in Huston. Miss Susie Allison went to Hindge, X. 11., last Saturday, where she will take a position as teacher. Nellie Barry has undergone a severe operation on her foo!. at the Massachusetts General Hospi al. Hey. William S. Apsey and Uev. Mr. Walson nf Arlington exchanged pulpits last Sunday Morning. Mr. George I. Sliedd has returned home from llie Sou h, having given up his business connections there* There are one or two aspirant! for the postmastorship in this ward, but Mr. .foul,m, the present Incumbent, has the Inside track. Ilews's potter-y will shut down Saturday night for a week or ten days to allow a new engine and boiler to be put Into the build* ing. A German wedding took place last Sunday evening al the residence of Mr. Lewis Bowman, near Tannery street, the Contracting parties being Mr. Bowman and Amelia jntZi A portion of tlie w...
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Only a few reserved seat tickets for tlie May party remain misulil. Rev. E. X. Chandler anil Uev. 11. \V. Tillen of Hyile Park exchanged last Sunday. At St. Peter's Church, Main street, tonorrow, there will lie services at 8.30 and 10.30 A. M., and 7 P. M. Hoys broke into Miillett.'s candy shop, 150 [lirvard street, on Wednesday night, and Hole a quantity of confectiuncry. The young People's Society of Christian Sndeavor of the Wood Memorial Church will give a sociable on Wednesday evening. Mr. Edround J. RoW, the only son of Mr. r"red J. How, has entered Dean Academy, franklin, Mass., where he will prepare for tol legs. At the Inman-squarc Chapel, lomoirow, lure will be preaching by Mr. 11. L. Minikins at II P. M., and gospel meeting at I P. M. There will be services tomorrow at St. Paul's A. M. X. Church, corner Portland mil Hastings street, at 11 A. M. and 8.18 md 7.48 P. M. The pastor nf llie Pilgrim Church will neai'li a sermon tomorrow morning...
East Cambridge. From One of the Abutters. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
East Cambridge. From One of the Abutters. Bey. W. \V. Everts, Jr., nf Philadelphia, will preach at the Baptist Church, Tuesday, at 7.:l(l P. M. Tin* dairy-maids' festival, in Course of preparation at lh« Baptist Church, will lake place nn May 11. The Cambridge railroad It laying new nil s in Cambridge atreet, east of the (.rami Junction railroad crossing, Tlie fair of st. John's Institute is still most successful, and all through the week has continued t" draw crowds, In tin' Superior Civil Court, Tuesday, tho ease .if Mary Slu'vlin vs. W. 8. Ilartwi'll, to recover for personal Injuries, was decided fur the defendant. The V. P. M. A, of the Universalis! Church mot on Wednesday at tin'house of Mrs. Day, Cambridge street, The entertainment consisted of a debate on capital punishment and some tableaux. Mr. (ieorge Tnfis of Olis street, was married, Wednesday evening, by Hey. Clarence E. Rice, to Miss Mary Morgan of ; everly, Mass. A number of friends were present and there were many pr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT. Harvard Square, Cambridge 1 REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY ONI.*. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Have tout property plsoed on my list Immediately, at lam in a petition to show and direct patront ttCMty place in the eUy. Building Lots for sale lv the most desirable locations. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF YOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT OKCB ' Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 507 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure » pair of their PERFECT FITTING SPECTACLES slid KVE-OLAS3ES or Ibe finest .French. Oermsn and American iimn.ifaclure, at prices wltblu tbe resell of all. d„„„,„j Tbe Eye Eiamlned Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Lenses Iteset and (Masses Repaired. HAVE YOU EXAMINED "THE NEW CONTRACT" OP THE nONNECTICUT MUTUAL life Insurance Cfliw? It la believed to be tlis CHEAPEST, SAFEST AND BEST CONTRACT EVEB WRITTEN. This grand old New England Company during its - 41 TEAKS hss reoelved from i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
E. BURT PHILLIPS, 35 Winter St., Boston. Importer, Manufacturer, Retailer. Crowded Store ! Immense Number of Bayers. LADIES'"GARMENTS. NEW GOODS. SPRING STYLES, AT LOW PRICES. New (ifiods from our manufactory received nnd placed In stock dally, and are sold directly to our customers, who save one proiit by buying or us, as we sell at manufacturers' prullt only. , WRAPS. (loth, Sh.iio nnd upward. Satin, Sll.uii and upanrd, Jet trimmed, llreiiadliics In Brocade and Jets, $0.00 and upwards. A large line of elegant Imported Fabrics, trimmed wllh lace and finest cut Jet at prices that defy competition. VISITES. Headed Silk, $11,110 and upward. lirenailliic, $12,011 and upward. Velvet, a very choice (election. JACKETS. Greatest Bargain Ever Offered. A special lot or Uli-WIMIL JACKETS, cost $5 eai-h, selling for $1.95. Come early and make selection. Corkscrew and Whipcord, $1.50 and upward. English Kerseys, $5.50 and upward. Mode and delicate shades. RAGLANS. In a great variety or elegant ...
THE CITY COUNCIL. The Brattle-Street Sidewalk Order Vetoed. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
THE CITY COUNCIL. The Brattle-Street Sidewalk Order Vetoed. A regular meeting ef the board of aldermen was held Wednesday evening, Messrs, Ball and Hutching, being absent. An invitation was accepted to attend the anti-coercion mtetiug in Lyceum Haifa Sunday evening! H. S. AngllS was granted permission to move a building in ltristoi and Washington streets. Hugh McElroy petitioned for street crossings in Suulh street. J. M. Temple ask.'d to remove trees and encumber the sidewalk. A. S. E*terliro &gt;k askel for an exten-i in of a sewer in a new street extending from Brewitei court to Appleton street. A sewer iv Clifton street was petitioned for. J. E. Doyle asked for the removal of a tree in front of bis residence on Second street. A letter from the cattle commissioner was received and placed on file. W. A. Parry asked for the extension of a sewer iv Mt. Pleasant street. An order providing for the same was adopted, 11. Emerson petitioned for extension of sewer in Hubbard avenu...
Firemen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Firemen. lirivcr Frank f.'arr of steamer S lias returned to duty after a few days of Illness. Engineer John E, Kicker of steamer 4 was presented with a fine lialiy boy on the 21sl ins.. The tegular monthly meeting of the hourd of engineers for the approval of hills, etc., was held Tuesday evening. Architect Fogerly is at work upon plans fur the new hook and ladder truck house which is to be located on Portland street. It is hardly decided whether to tnik- the new hook and ladder house on Portland Mre. I a double building or a single one. Tbe question is in doubt simply by reason of the small appropriation ($12,000) s.'t apart for Ihe purpose. It is posiible that a double house may be squeezed out of that sum. The annual meeting of the Firemen's Relief Association waa held Tuesday evening, in the Central-square building, The election of officers resulted as follows: President, Chief T. .I. Casey; vice president, E. 11. Locke; secretary, ('. Ktni'ison; treasurer, W. 11. Cade. Board of...
Police. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Police. The police will appear in new light helmets of latest style on May 30, Tho station ~ guard room looks very neat since tlie renovation it has undergone. Special Officer Rowe his been taking Officer Fllrbush's place during his sickness. Officer Dudley resumed work on Thursday after several months' absence owing to sickness, Officer Furlnisli has I n off duty for the past tao weeks owing to sickness. He returned to work Wednesday. The effects of llie .strike are rather lasting. Officer Brldden's succosaor as day station man at station B has not yet. been appointed. We understand that the appointment devolves uprm the police commitlee. For the present, Officer Marslon has been doing day duly al the Station and Officer Wright at night. Officer Mcßrldp, newly appointed, is covering Officer Wright's heat.
The New Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
The New Mail. Then are fifty thoii*aml wheelmen In the United States, ot win ni Cambridge and Its vlcli.lty have their full proportion. To meet the wants of Ibis rapidly growing army, Messrs. William Head &amp; Son* have developed a new bleyolc, comhlnlng the heat iHtlnts of foreign ami domestic wheels, which Is now for the 11.*t time on the market. It Is called the New Mai', and I* handled in i.'aintiridge hy Mr. W. .I. Newman of 111 llrattln street. Mr. Newman is an BtttbuslMtlc Wheelman and is always ready to place Ills flspertence and kit -wledge St Viedlßnofafof purchasers. The New Mall is a hoauly—«t inch, graceful, and In every way lirst class. Call and eiatnlne 11.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
DEATHS. lIOI.U'.S-In this cltV, at the home of Ins nml her Mis. Frederick 11. Holies, William X. Holies, ag.'lT 69 years. lto\|)-e|th Inst., Mary 1,. Hon,l, aged !IL* years. lIKVINK— Kill 105t,., .I.,sepli .1. Ilevlne, agod Hit years. DKWITT—2.I't Inst., Margaret ll.iwltl, aged 37 years. DOrTT—Ultth ln*t&gt;, John Dniry, aged til years. &lt;&gt;'' OSNEbli—Wth lust., Jeremiah Ouonnsll, sged ;f(f venrs. STKISUN-SStl Inst., Annie X. Stetson, aged 41 years. ■THWART-841b,' lest,, Kllen Cooke Stewart, aged fiOyears.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
SPRING FOOT WEAR. A Large Assortment of Seasonable Goods to Select From, Standard Makes. Now is the Time for Ladies' Kid Boots. A LAROT ASSORTMENT, IN PRICES VARYING FROM $1.50 TO *5.00. Lawn Tennis and Bicycle Shoes. a, The Best and Cheapest Goods for Out-door Wear in the Market. A LADIES' GOOD HAND-MADE TENNIB SHOE FOR $2.50. ALBO OTHER QUALITIES AND PRICES. Women's and Children's: LADIES' GENUINE DONBOLA BOOTS. A new \\\\&amp; of 'Day Mm-hine" matte, equal in comfort Hiid H.-rvic- to hand itmda good', for lem price. I t&gt; sell ihe eauie ltueuof Uougolft Booib a» have been no popular berwtolore. OXFORD AND NEWPORT TIES, Iv Black, Wine ami Mftrorin, These (foods are new, Beasouablu umi "all light." $2.00 LADIES' GOAT OXFORD BHOEB. Stylir-u, durable and well titling. T OONTIN I'l-; to keep in flock the genuine DongoU Bhoei lv Oxlord aud French Ties aud Uuiiuu. LADIES'GOLDEN TAN KID BOOTB. Rapidly becoming popular and taking the pl.ico of French Kid. A Large Assortm...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
MnniifActur«rß of Crbftkotn, Cofllna, etc., Wholc-iaml* and llfti.il. MACCABEE &amp; HANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoaimers, Warsrnoms, 238 North Arenas, North Oambtldge, 04,1 Fellow. nodding, N. B. Open i&gt;i&gt;t nnd Night. T --"-"" N »'-|ToR?..3i^' 7M « W* give personal aitsnllon to all calls promptly Seventeen year.' ox jet let,ce. V.. if, Powell Maccaheo. Arthur C. llanacoin. Kealdenc*, 4 lite* Street, North (Jarobrldge.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
COLUMBIA TRICYCLE. I.;il' si pattern, two Hark, Willi Lump and Luggage Carrier, Almost new. In perfect order, Cos - with attachments, $174. Will he snld fur *si:|ii cash. Address li., care Cambridge Tiuuunk. FRANK E. CARLAND, •nT/m/lT T1 \ REPAIRING, UL\) 1 vliu l an( | painting. 450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. First c.las* Work ami Lowest I'ik'ee. ITheCyelng Season is Open The public ia Invited pOLUMBIA U BICYCLES Tricycles POPE MFG. CO. ;i» Franklin SI, BoStOII, OA*ALOOI'R Skjit Kiikk. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Pursuant to ami in fiieeutlou of tli»* power and authority contaiiioi iii th-* mortgage given by William Smith, Maria X. siniib, wifnut Hal.l WWHam, hi lor oun tight, ami Arthur S. Coffin, devlseef. under the will of Kllza c. sisaou, late &gt; l Uambi hlgo, lv the County of Middlesex ami Com utonwealtu of HataaobueettSi dfcea*eii, to Frank w. Holer", dale. January l:i, 1683, ami refolded in Middlesex S"U'h I&gt;i&lt;*itri.-l In-."!*, hook 15MI, pane, air,,...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
PERFECTION AT LAST Are the words and pia'se of eveiy Wheelman wkaJuevSeen and examined tlie "NEW MAIL LIGHT IMADSTICR." It Isa lie'.ulv. There I* notblni in tlie Country to ci iup to 11. It lias linprov menu which no other Hlcvclu baa, Trlnwrll Rail Head, Perfection Backbone and Porks, Spade Handle*. Spokes wound M'ven tiuiis. Ke)stone or Klrkpatiick Saddle, etc All parts Interchangeable. Call and see It belore you buy aiiotties we now have ll In stock. Secondhand Machines taken lv JSxohaog*, nought and Sold. Repairing- of all kinds hoi ly aud nromptlj dona. Wo Rem Machine*. SPECIAL MENTION. Having secured tbe Cambridge Ageu&gt;-y for the "BOYS* IDKAL" B r cy&lt;*le», we no»v bare that* in stock ami sHI tiimu-at the manufacturers' price, fr.mi $215 up. If y&gt;&gt;u buy a New Mail or Buys' I led or us we will deliver it in any part of Cambridge or vicinity free of all ci press charges. All kinds or sundi if s on band. W. J. NEWMAN. Sole Agent for Camb...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, May 1. Appleton Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Rev. George A. Gordon. Monday. Fetich readings. Beaumarchals, "Le Mariage de Figaro." Prof. Cohn—Sever 11, 4 P. M. Greek readings. "Tlie Clouds of Aristophanes" (continued.) Prof. Allen—Sever 11. 7.30 P. M. Semitic, seminary. Reader: Mr. John Orne. Subject: "The Druses of Mount Lebanon" — 7 Lowell street, 7.30 P. M. Wednesday. Divinity School Chapel. Debate. 4P. M. Problems of railroad administration. Lecture: "The Question of State Ownership." Prof. Arthur T. Hadley—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Harvard Natural History Society. "Beetles." Mr. George Dimtnock, secretary of the Cambridge Entomological Club—Lawrence Scientific School Building 4, 7.30 P. M. Thursday. Last day of receiving applications for college rooms for 1887 and 1888. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Prof. Lowering—Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 12 M. Architectural monuments of Great Britain. Illustrated lecture. Prof. Cooke— Upper Boylston, 7.30 P. ...