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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Publication Title: Cambridge Tribune
Source: Cambridge Public Library, Massachusetts
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge l REAL ESTATE AGENT. 4 • * *■ CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Have your property placed on my list Immedl.tely, at I am In a position lo thow and direct palront t. Amy place in the eily. Hull.line I.ote for .ale In the mo.t dmlrable location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF TOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE NOT A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT OXCK Drs. Emery & Chapman, City Opticians, 507 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a pair of their PERFECT-FITTING SPECTACLES and EVE-OLASSES of the finest French, German and American mauutactur., at price, within the reach of all. The Eye Examined Fr.e. Satllfactlon Guaranteed. Len.es Ke.et and Glaaaea Repaired. REDUCING STOCK. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, SPECIAL BARGAINS, In Substantial and Well Made Chamber Furniture Blaok Walnut Chamber Sots, Cherry Chamber Seta, Mahoganiied Chamber Bets, Ash Ohamber Sets, Fainte...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

SPITZ BROS. & MORE. STYIIoFsUITS For Gentltmen, $12,515&520. Especial attention is called to oar fine grades of tbe latest Spring fabrics—neat stripes, pin checks, Scotch Mixtures, Worsteds and wide Diagonals In foreign and domestic goods. They are cnt In single-breasted sacks and four-button frocks, thoroughly made, substantially trimmed, exact In fit, in every respect equal to custom work. Gentlemen wbo desire to dress well and take advantage or stylish tailormade garments at a reasonable coit should examine the Inducements we now offer at $12, $15 & $20. SPITZ BROS. & MORE, Manufacturers, Wholesalers and Ketallers, 508 WASHINGTON STREET. 5 BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON.

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MAY PARTY Of the First Universalist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

MAY PARTY Of the First Universalist Sunday School. The annual May parly of the First Universallst Sunday School, which was held in Union Hall on Monday evening, was a thoroughly enjoyable affair to the hundreds of children who attended it, to the large number of children who participated in tlie programme, and to all the vast number of older people who witnessed the exercises. The entire gallery and the Boor of the hall beneath the gallery were reserved for spectators, and every inch was occupied. The programme opened with a grand march hy the children, dressed in gay costumes, the effect of which was very beautiful. The May Queen and floral march came next, inw ich little Miss Tippy Haley, as the Queen, bore off the honors. This-was followed hy the May-pole dance by sixteen lads and misses. The dairy-maids' march hy eighty young ladies was a novel addillon to May parties and added much to the attractiveness of the affair. The costumes were varied and beautiful and the milking stool...

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At the Front. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

At the Front. The Columbia hlcyclo needs no praise. It is the pioneer .American machine, ami holds easily the supremacy It has alw tys had on tlie roa.l an.l the truck. With more Columbia. In use in Amerlea than oilier machine! put ti.,r"tlier, il is superlliiuus to say what rulers think ol It. The Pope company lias added to its assi.rlmeiit ttiis year a ttimlem tricycle, lor wlileh the ileinaml is so ureal that It 1. unable to turn "tit miii'liiues rest enough to supply It. Last year saw more rycles ol all kinds sold and used than ever beTore, anil the prospect is that this year will again boat the record. The Columbia Is iv tho trout rank, tie usual, and seem, likely to al.iy there.

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Hints in Regard to Clothing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Hints in Regard to Clothing. Tin 1 lime when ready-made olotbtng was sneered at as "store clothes" lias gone hy. Tula change Is ilite partly to tlie tact (hat OlotUlDg is now nia.lis so well* rind partly to tbe cbsnge In men's fashions. Well dressed men tire not so linical In regent to their garments as the* formerly were, because to he carelessly ami loosely dressed is "quite Bngllab." People who nave been pleased hy SwSlI" itulors will l.c sur|nise.i to iin.i wh.it stylish and ' scorning I'lothing can be obtained al I ready for iiiiuiii.liHti, use atsileli houses us Messrs. Spitz Iln.s. & Mork. Theirolotblog is made from tin- most iiesirahie rubrics, ami is out an I trimmed in a manner equal to custom tailor work.

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Ame's Horse Food. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Ame's Horse Food. The Standard Pood for horses ami cattle, niantifiicttirrd hy Am. & 00., fll Kllby ItrOOt, Boston, la healthy, nutritions, tunl useful. It has boon nsi'.l regularly In leading atibles for year., and ilwayi with excellent results, One customer write.! '■Thefirst 1.-iK I us."! convinced me that-1 had struck a.good article, as my >t«reh Improved .iniiy. My grain hill throughout ins been dvcldedly less, toy horses more lii.aitliy an.l Vigorous," A hutr I'.rs..! ji'iiitnl bsg, containing 4<hi reed , ousts hut tSj a fifty-pound bag, o mtalnlng -Jim tomis, $3,311,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Messrs. Holland & Robert., in Temple plsoe, BotUffi, aro at present the most p.pillar photograpbers lb tho "Hub." Oonntasfetff.prsSSJbfo iiients of some celebrated Cambridge psople^Say be seen at their oleifaiit reception rooms.

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JOHN KINNEAR. THE CENTRAL CLUB. A Reception to the Ladies, and a Pleasant Time Generally. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

JOHN KINNEAR. THE CENTRAL CLUB. A Reception to the Ladies, and a Pleasant Time Generally. The Central CI til) a reception to its lady friends, Tuesday evening, at its elofrant apartments, No. 1 Norfolk street. The occasion provided tlie first opportunity that lias heen presented for the wives and lady friends of tlie members to inspect the club rooms. They heartily admired the good taste displayed in the selection of rooms and in furnishing them. The apartments were made as attractive as possible, outside of their regular furnishings, for the benefit of the visitors, and this was done principally through tlie efforts and ideas of Florist O'Brien, who is a member of Ihe club. The profusion of flowers tilled the house witli their fragrance. Tlie reception accorded the ladies was a royal one. After a pleasant promenade through the apartments all came together in titc double drawing-room to enjoy an entertainment prepared foi them by the following artists: Miss Annie Shirreff, Mrs. Char...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

MARRIAGES. KIItKPATUIUK -l."t'iilll.is-ln this ciiy, imii nit., l.v It.'.. J. t\ llruderlulr, William X, Klrkpatrlos lo itriiiit-t a. Luughlla, ln.ili o( Cam. bri.l^,'. aWKTKA—roCHRAN—3d ln«t., l.v Itev. .1. Miiwiiii.ni". wuiiiuu. Swiini io Kdltli Coelirsn, hi.tli "f (.'niiit.rfitne.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

DEATHS. ANDIIKWS -In tins city, Ist ln-t., .lossiil A. Andrew*. «k.sl SI vi-tns. DAII.KV -8.1 lust , Mary Dall.y, aged n moniits. o'S Klb—lll Inst.. Rom it' Nell, iu,-il 6 M-ars. WKHIIKIt-lst Inst., Knima A. Weliliur, au,sl US years. WKBSTKII—Sri Inst., Josspb T. Welisirr, ajjed 7 monllis. YOL'Nd-.'lil Inst., Susan (1., widow ol doaeph Vollntf, Sgfld 7.1 yea a, I ini.ntlis.

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

ig\A.S HI O ET-A-ZBILiIE SPRING FOOT WEAR. A Large Assortment of Seasonable Coods to Select From, Standard Makes. Now is the Time for Ladies' Kid Boots. A LAROB ASSORTMENT, IW PRICES VARYING PROM *1.50 TO $5.00. Lawn Tennis and Bicycle Shoes. The Best and Cheapest Goods for Out-door Wear in the Market. A LADIES GOOD HAND-MADE TENNIS BHOE FOR $2.60. ALBO OTHER QUALITIES AND PRICES. Men's and Boys': Women's and Children's: MEN'S LACED BOOTS, LADIEB' GENUINE DONGOLA BOOTB. A new line of "Day Machine" make, equal In com- „ . ~ , , ~«.,. fort and service to band made goods, fur lose price. Hand and machine aewed, iv large variety of styles. IU J continuk to sell ilia same Hues of Dougola Boot, a. have been ao popular heretofore. MY $3.00 SHOE OXFORD AND NEWPO rt ties, It tbe most durable iv the market. In Black, Wine aud Maroon. These goods are uew, seasonable ami "all right." MY $2.50 SHOE $2 00 eoflT OXFORO BHOEB I, reliable arid la a favorite. Stylish, durable and well fitting. T CONT...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Manufacturer, of Caak.l., Cifflna, etc., Wholnanle nml Ketml. MACCABEE & HANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoalmers, Wararooiiia, 238 North Avenue, North Cambildge, (ld.l Fellows Building, N. H. Open Day and Night. iravniMM v >a I ToOBSS, 7.100. innnovt no., j To ggj dtMt| vm We give personal attention to all n.lls promptly Seventeen ye.rs' eiperlonce. X. .1. I'owell Mafc.lier. Arthur ('. llansctun. I(«sti|.'iii'n, 4 Ktc. Street, North (,'a.iil.rlilKe. UNDERTAKERS. M.I US II A I I I.S.J, Ilrmloi sun's lIIIM-k, , '4'4't North Avenue, North (JHiiihrl.tne. Mr. Limit's Kc.l.lence, 10 l(l.'« St. EMBALMERS.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

COLUMBIA TRICYCLE. Latest pattern, two track, with Lamp and Luggage Carrier. Almost new. In perfect order. Cost with attachment, $174. Will be sold for $130 cash. Address 8., care Camiikidue Tribune. FRANK E. GARLAND, BICYCLE {»SS? 450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. First class Work and Lowest Pi Ices. MORTGAGEE'S SALE. Pursuant to and in execution of the power and authority contained in the mortgage given by .Milium Smith, Maria X. Smith, wife of said WllHam, in her own light, aud Arthur S. Coffin, devisees under the will of Eliza <;. SißSon, Into i f Cambridge, tn the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Massachusetts, decease<l, to Frank W, Holes, date i .January 19, IKB2, aud recorded in M litdleaex South I Hstrlet' >eedß, book 158!*, pane 51. r >, for breach of the condition of said mortgage ami for the purpose of foreclosing the same, will be sold at public auciou on the premises hereinafter described (being the premises described ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

PERFECTION AT LAST < Are the words and pratseof every Wheelman who has seen and examined tbe "NEW* MAIL LIGHT ROADSTER." It Is a beauty. There Is nothing in tbe Country to come up to It. It has Improvement* which no other Bicycle has, Trig we 11 Ball Head, Perfection Backbone and Porks, Spade lUudlea, Spokes wound seven times. Keystone or Kirkpatrlck Saddle, etc. All parts interchangeable. Call and see it before you buy anothe<; we now bave It In stock. Second-hand Machines taken iv Exchange, Bought ami Sold. Repairing of all kinds neatly and promptly done. We Rent Machines. SPECIAL MENTION. Having secured tbe Cambridge Agency for tbe "BOYS' IDEAL" Bicycles, we now have them. Id stock and sell tbem at the manufacturers' price, f ruin $25 up. If y<<u buy a New Mail or Boys' Ideal of us we wll> deliver It lv any part of Cambridge or vicinity free of all express charges. All kinds of sundries on band. W. J. NEWMAN, Sole Agent for C...

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Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, May 8. Appleton Chapel. 7.80 P. M. Rev. William S. Ralnsford of New Tork City. Monday. Harvard Natural History Society. Illustrated lecture: "Some New England Jelly-Fishes and Polyps." Prof. Samuel P. Clarke of Williams College—Upper Boylston, 7.30 P. M. Greek readings. "'The Clouds of Aristophanes" (continued). Prof. Allen—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. Last day of receiving applications for the Tyndall scholarship. Certain English authors considered as masters of style (course for freshmen). Fielding. Prof. A. S. Hill—Sever 11, 9A. M. College faculty—Meeting at University 5, 3.30 P. M. Harvard Union Debate—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Wednesday. Divinity Schaol Chapel. Conference, 4P. M. Harvard Natural History Society. "Massachusetts Spiders." Mr. James H. Emerton—Lawrence ScientiflcSchool Building 4, 7.30 P. M. Academic council—Stated meeting at University 5, 8 P. M. Thursday. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Prof. Loverlng—Jefferson Physical Labo...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

On Thursday, Harvard defeated Hie Hcacons at base-ball by a score of 13 to 5, On Monday the lacrosse team was defeated by the South Hustons by II to 1. The lacrosse team was defeated on Wednesday by the Independents of Boston. The score was .1 to 2. On Tuesday a game of base-ball between '88 and '90 was won by the former, tlie score being 9 to 0. Monday afternoon Prof. Colin finished the entertaining course of French readings, given in aid of the library of the French department, with 'iLet Marlage de Figaro." Theso readings have been a source of great pleasure to many citizens of Cambridge interested in the study of French literature, for they have had the opportunity of listening to masterpieces of French uenius delivered in a most spirited manner by Harvard's well-known French profersors, Prof. Bocher and Prof. Colin, who have been long and favorably known as public readers. On Saturday a team composed of Clyde, Greene, Austin, Oakes, Meade and Palmer defeated the Jamaica Plain G...

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The Detective Camera. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

The Detective Camera. The amateur photographer is an individual who has developed with unprecedented rapidity in the last few yean. lie is to ho met with in all parts of the world, and litis the rest of mankind at his mercy as long as the sun shines. It is no longer, enough to avoid the man that carries a hip; bellows box and tripod. Tlie first person you meet in tlie street may he taking your photograph from an extremely small and unobtrusive button-hole, through which peeps the nozzle of a lens no bigger than a pea. Underneath his eont is a disk which revolves and makes an exposure l.y means of a string, which the pedestrian may operate from his pocket. In a morning's walk the amateur photographer can obtain six small pictures without changing his plate. Ah may well be Imagined, he can gather in this way glimpses of humanity which were never before put down in block and white with so much truth, For once be catches mankind napping and gathers in time a remarkable little collection...

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A DROP OF INK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

A DROP OF INK. This drop ot Ink chance leav-*, upon my pen, Win inUlit it write in .Milton's mighty liaii'l! What intuit It speak at Shakespeare's high comin m.l! What w .r.ls to thri'l the throbbing heart. ..f uieu! Or from Beethoven's soul a gruel amen. Ail tiro and death In one run compass spanned! who could lv power St Goethe's touch withstand? What words or truth it hold. Ii iy mil our Item What bloree I proiuis.' we wou.l rain he t. .1.1, And I'Htinot; what grim ledtrtioo dre.i.l a* .l.'tilli; What v.,.....in.us lie, that uevnr shall tint .1.1; What lew. undoing SOlenee wi'li a brenlh! Hut—mookery ..r lire's qnlok*wasted lot— DroppoS on ti virgin sli".-t 'tt, tun a bio' I —Rrnett H'httney, in The Critic. Seven, ia aold by all grocers.

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