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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
SPRUCE FRAMES. WE ABE PREPARED TO FURNISH House Frames B c.Sl« at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED, At these Frames come by rail exclusively. C3-EO. "W- Gt-A-TjZE., 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. By 8. B. KNIGHTS &amp; CO., Auct's, Offices, 286 Washington St.. Boston, and 003% Main St., Cambridge-port. Executor's Sale of 17 Desirable Building Lots Belonging to the Estate or the Late Geo. C. Blchartlson on Columbia. Lincoln and Elm Sts., Cambridgeport. Will ba sold at Public Auction THURSDAY, May 6, at 2 o'clook P. M. On the rremtses. Seventeen Building Lota on above streets and near Cambridge Street. This valuable properly for tun Hint,' purposes Is convenient to two l ; ni*s of street cars, ami 1. looatert but little more than a mile from Boston. It ha. been divided Into lots of small size to provide for the erection of houaea by men of moderate means. The lots are also well adapted f&gt;r use for tenement property. For further particulars apply to 1.. ...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
W. B. HASTINGS &amp; CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 89 Cambridge St., Kast Cambridge. 7 Exchange l'lanv, Ho.ton. Office Hour., Boston,l to 3P. M. A. Blaisdell, (our authorized Agent), 4T6 Somerville Avenue, Somerville. We ere tbe agents ot tbe lIIH.YiiKK MUTUAL, Kilt X INSUKANCi: CO. of Salem, with tbe large.t assets of any mutual company In tbe State. Surplus as regard. Policy Holder, $634,246.04 Dividends on Policies for one year 20 nor cent. Dividends on Policies for tbree years...4o per cent. Dividend, on Pulicle. for live year 60 per cent. Special attention given to Insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, barn, aud Conteute. Orders by mall promptly attended to. For tbe convenience of parties tn tbe vicinity, risks taken or any information concerning insurance given at resilience, 0 ltuaaell St., North Cambridge, Maae. CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE Harvard Sauare. Insurance placed lv the most desirable companies at favorable rates. QUINCY MUTUAL F...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OF Paper Hangings, Faints, Varnishes, Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Go to tho NKW STOKE on HojlMoi. St., near H»rvard Sq., ju-t otienetl by W. J. EDWARDS. You will tlml a large and varied n«.*oi tmwui Just received from some of tbe first Houres In Boston, of Wall Paper*. Borden*, Frleiw, Picture Moulding*. Heady Mixed Paints, Varut»nes of all kinds, Linseed and other Oiln. Turpentine, Jup-iiu, Stains, Polishes, Colors Uround in *.)V, Colors Ground in Japan, Dry Colors, Paint, Vftrii.nL, Whitewash, ami all km is of Urnsheit, K-tUoni Finish, Wind- w Ulai&gt;s, Putty. A full line of Wius r &amp; Newton's Tube Colors In Oil and Water, Colors in Cakes, Canvas and Stretchers, Artißts' Brushes, Plaoques, Blocks, Etchings and other Papers. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Block, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. fc?3jr Jfe: HOUSEKEEPERS. l.x«ilJttMlKlt£3.v " Hfffial '""' iii'.l.'...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
KELLIE &amp; CROZIER. "Scoj PAINTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport. J)ROP MB A POSTAL. E. L. PERRY, House Painting, PAPKK If ANQINQ an KKKSUOINQ, 3 Sargent at,, North Cambridge. Can refer tosomeof the best people In Ward 0, tor whom I have worked. J.J.SHEDD, House Painter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop— Ntsrlh Aye. Itealdence—4 White Street- the Iti'Sr, rt'ork done under my own supeivVion In every case. S. H. SWAIN, MANITACTL'KKR OF DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Blocks, Roiettes and Novel ties. |y Builders are in?iti'tl to call and examine. Stuff Strict, CtMiibrldgeport. E. S. SPARROW, Qontractor and Builder. Plans, Specifications Hint Kstimates furnished for the Fluent liuildings. Davie square, West Somerville. pARRY BROS. &amp; CO., MAM FArITHKHH OF AND PKAI.ERH IX MA Ml AND WATKR-STHUCK BRICK. John X. Parry. 1 Offick, CcorK^A A 'pl"r f FOOT 0F CEtBCENT AYE llichard 11. Parry, j North Cambridge. Z. HATDEN. CARPENTER, BUILDER AND JOBBER, 23 De Wolf St., Cambridge. Re...
Lodged Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Lodged Notes. The policemen are joining the Good Fellows in large numbers. Branch No. 34, Iron Hall, Initiated two members Monday night. Ollvo Branch Lodge No. 23, Daughters of Rebekah, initiated one candidate Wednesday evening. Cambridge Council No. 12, Home Circle, held a pleasant entertainment and at Us hall last evening. A children's entertainment will Ire given by Cambridge Council, Home Circle, at the last meeting in May. Mrs. Bolton of Olive Branch No. 23, Daughters of Rebekah, is quite ill at her home on Winsor street. Ex-Mayor Fox will receive the initiatory degree in Cambrldgo Lodge, I. (). O. F., on Tuesday evening, May 10. The Royal Arcanum paid the clilm on Ihe death of Volney R. Chamberlain, $3,000, fifteen days after his burial. Nominations for great chiefs in the Improved Order of Red Men mu«t lie banded to the chief of records on or hefnre Monday. The attorney general lias not rendered his decision in the Iron Hull question, which he bas had under consideration duri...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Key. W. 11. Thomas will act as chaplain-in-chief Memorial day. Colonel Benl* will decorate the soldiers' monument on the ommon,'Memorial day. Commander Billings and Dr. C. 11. Tower of Post 186 were present at a camp-fire al Milton on Wednesday evening of last week. Mr. Billings formerly taught school in that town. Company 11, First Regiment, has forwarded a tender of escort to the general committee for the Memorial day parade, which has been accepted. This will complete the line as of yore. The following changes In the Fifth Regiment will soon be announced In general orders from headquarters. Assistant Surgeon Mend will be promoted surgeon; Dr. Foster of Cambridge, assistant surgeon; exAdjutant Rich aril W. Sutton, paymaster. Acting Adjutant Betiyon will report, to his Company, anil Lieutenant French of the Charlestnwii Cadets will assume his du'ies. Captains Houghton, Coleman, and Simonds have resigned and have been discharged. 11l appointing Dr. Fos...
A Visit to the Soldiers' Home. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
A Visit to the Soldiers' Home. A party of about two hundred, consisting of members of Post 57, (J. A. It., and the Woman's Relief Corps No. Oil of East Cambridge, leftG. A. R. Hall, Cambridge stieet, Tuesday evening, for a visit to ihe Soldiers' Home in Chelsea. Five special cars were necessary for their accommodation. The visitors were cordially welcomed by Superintendent James A. Cunningham and wife, after which a tour of inspection of the various buildiiii»s was made under the leadership of Past Department Commander Evans, •all expressing much pleasure at the appear* ance of the Institution. The party then assembled in the large hull, where "America" was sung by all present, Mrs. Nellie M. Day presiding at the piano. Then followed a song by Miss Llllle Hawkins; instrumental duet by the White brothers; songs by Messrs. Mitchell, Goodwlllle, and VVbor* iskey, and Miss Cooper; reading! Mr. 11. Brogan; reading, Mrs. A. W. Nelson; harmonica solo, Mr. Morrison; cornet sol i, Mr. 0. Ili...
A Pleasant Reunion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
A Pleasant Reunion. The annual reunion of Company I), Fifth Excelsior Massachusetts Regiment—the lirst three-years company enlisted in Cambridge —was held in Grand Array Hail Wednesday evening. An appetizing supper was served, and the contrail s sat wreathed in the smoke of good Cigars till after midnight, fighting their battles o'er again. Of tlie members of the original cimpiny eighteen were killed, and almost everyone of the survivors was wounded in some one of llie twentyfour battles fought by the company. Thirty live members survive, nt whom twenty-two were present. The following officers were elected: President, Lieutenant I. 11. Bullard; vice president, W. s. Viles; secretary, &lt;'. &lt;;. 11. Uenulnk; ireas. urer, X. T. Fairlield; toast-master, 11. 'I. Green, A letter of regret was read from exMayor Bradford. Remarks were made by ('ol. W. 11. I.ounsiiury and other members of the company, and by Past Department Commander George s. Evans, who responded for the...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Whitney of ,"H.'t Main street secured SlCSllen*. negatives, 'l'ue*day, of the Canton diill M|uad, and an Interior view of Union Hall with it. dscorstlons which will be f.-r s.ile In a few days. Whittoy makes bpeotsl prices lo lodge meiiib.irs. Mr. (larland, MDGsmbfldge Street, repairs biey. eles In tlm mostetllcient manner. None butskilful workiiion am employed and the best miitcrnils used. The I'llue Furniture Company always has tho largest assortment of Inmiture nn band.
In the Open. On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
In the Open. On the Water. Amateur boating seems to have taken a fresh impetus In this part of the country— in the vicinity of Boston, particularly—by the formation of the New England Association of Amateur Oarsmen. Cambridge has shown unusual interest In this species of sport since the formation of Ihe association, partially, no doulit, because two of the principal officers selected for the board of government are residents of the city. But outside of this consideration Cambridge has a large and creditable boating fraternity distributed among two flourishing clubs— the well-known Bradfords and the no less popular Riversides, while the Arlington club, whose house Is located on Spy Pond in Arlington, is accessible and open to one section of the city, and includes almost as many Cambridge boys as It does Arlington, among them being President Waller Stlmpson of the Now England Association. The prospects of the association from a Cambridge standpoint are indeed br.llia.nt. The fact that...
The Approaching Amateur Regatta. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
The Approaching Amateur Regatta. Cambridge feels great interest In the regttia of ilia New England Association of Amateur Oarsmen, which lakes place on Ih" Mystic riser a! I liarloslown, June 10 .•mil 17. The I -v.i local chilis are doing good work, anil will give creditable ro|n.rt of themselves al llie regalia, The success nf the N'a'i mal Association rogatta, in be held al Lake oiiauißiir)iri In July, will be gravely Interfered with ky the Inter-Stale &lt; unerce law, which prohibits special rates for transportation, ami will keep aivav many oarsmoil who would otherwise lie there. All thla will of course tend lo help the regatta here, president SJtlnipson "f Cambrldgp, tthn is winking hard fur ihe success of the assoclaiion, said iii a recent interview: In order topr-moto iiniHteiir rowing: In the Bait. It I* ii(t,',&lt; arv thai to sp coil inducement should b" ofl'eied hy the peopl" Who receive the full belief!' of Ihe month* of nniii---: mid bird work that an a-...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Cycling Notes. Carman of the Cambridgeport club is a promising rider of strong physique ami excellent slaving powers. Good work is expected of him iv this season's races. The Cambridge club made a run to Lynn, last Sunday, starting from the club house at 10.30 A. M. There will be a meeting of the Cambridgeport club, Tuesday evening, when arrangements will be made for Ihe cUb road race on Memorial day, and the route laid out. Getchell of the Cambridge club now rides several miles each pleasant day, and will soon take to the track and commence active training for the coming season's races. He is in excellent, health and promises some good work before the season closes. The new club house scheme of the CamIn idge Bicycle Club has fallen through. The location on Winthrop street was not acceptable to the majority of the members. It is possible that another location may be chosen and the house be built just the same.
Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Lacrosse. The Harvard team and Cambridge Seniors play a practice game of lacrosse on Jarvis field this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Cambridge Juniors and Harvard Freshman team will play a practice game of lacrosse on the grounds of the former, corner Allston and Waverly streets, Saturday, May 7, at 5 P. M.
Lawn Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Lawn Tennis. The tremendous advance which lawn tennis baa matte during tho lrtst low years is a very gratifying evidence nf the intere-t in oul-d or rccreatl &gt;ns among yoinii* inuu ami young women, Tim man* ufai'ture of tawn-teiints goods absorbs large capital and great bu.lness enterprise, Th j re 1* no estub liHliiiieni where- more Intolltgentatteni lon bo* been lliven to llie.se good, than by' the tl'iuuf Horace partridge &amp; sons, the niemba s of which are ptominunt Cambridge meti. Their rectory Ims this year been crowd-d wl h tiusiuee*, aiel they are Selling more goods of this son than ever bo'ore. Tlieir faoion- Peerless ravauet i* ne-re- popular than over. Their tlr-l outer to llie factory this yivir was for one iti oi-uii't of these racquets, aiel illey are scarcely 'able t" keep lip Willi llie .ieiliHinl. A new raoqilet wiiieti i- tie rdSUlt of plans aiel ideas advance,! by the bast players of Harvard ami Cambridge li i* been mads thi* year by ttio Mes-...
A Crowded Store. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
A Crowded Store. The ladles, wh i are quicker than men to avail themselves of bargains, crowded ibe store nf Mr. X. Hurt I'billips, a', winter street, llostnn, la-t week. Tbey were drawn there by the numerous bargslns In fa-liionuhle dresses and outer garments otfered by this live ttrm. The immense sale tbat look place la*t week was Ihe largest iv the history of the house. All the novelties for ladies'wear ill tame variety are offered at a wholesale profit. Remember this great st- ok is renewed ilallv, ami tbat every new tiling in la lies' KirmeliU, whether foreign or American, quickly filldsa placo In tills establishment,
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
Important. When visiting New York t.'lty, save ItagKage Elpress snd Carriage Hire, and .top at the Grand Union Hotel, opp .site Grand Central Depot. f sun Handsomely Furnished Rooms at tl ami upwards per d:iy. Rurppesn plan. Klevators.anl all Mullein Conveniences. Restaurant* supplied with the best. Horse «ar, stages and derated rnllr.iß.l* in all depot*. You oan live better for le,s ni-iiey at Ihe (liand L'nlon Hotel Lhan any other nr*t-cla*s hotel in the City.
A New Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
A New Firm. Messrs. RsltlS &amp; Orosisr, painters, Main street, have formed a partnership, All kinds of fresco painting mil Interior decoration will be made a specialty. \s both members ot ihe tlrm ar•&lt; well known here a* good workmen, it Is to be hoped that they will lie laeosssfal,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887
The Successful photographer of t'sl iy is as truly an artist as ho who succntslully Illustrates magazines and paints portrait*. It lakes mora thin mere mechanic,l skill to secire a really artistic likenes.su. Ii s ire taken every .li&gt; by I'acli lire*., Main street, near link Hall. Mr. 11. W. Tuppcr. ill,, manager, is an artist of line fcling and rare .kill.