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TWO PALMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
TWO PALMS. Mrs. Van der Venter's soirees were famous. They were always email, Invariably select, and pervaded with a subtle charm, tbe result of the experience, the rare good taste, of the hostess. Her salons were large. Her trained sense of artistic harmony bad arranged the drawing-room suite into a series of delighful "interiors." Artists found nothing to suggest in the appointment of these restful, elegant apartments. Persons familiar with the town and country houses of English peers, French princes, German dukes, and Spanish grandees, consoled themselves with Mrs. Van der Venter's rich art collection and delightful dinners for an Involuntary sojourn lv their native land. The hostess was a woman of brains, a widow, aud forty-eight. She spent her days In a mixture of noble and frivolous undertakings, maintaining a golden poise somewhere between society and philanthropy, rendering excellent service to both. Unrecognized genius, aristocratic impecurilosity, undowered beauty, found t...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A CO., &gt;SB 5 " '"'• PJBSjSw MAJUirACTUBBB. A»D latPOBTEB. OF l Pi!h ; --a^ F,NE ATHLET,C GOODS EEI: I- + ----------------flßß.^^^^^ wr:::::±::::_: ::::::::pr uwn Tennis a specially. va;:;-i_i;i---- : T : + mr Tu6 NK w cam ridge i- . riv.i t&lt;. out VI ; 9 celebrated Peerlew, Climax and champion—Favor i;i";;,i js* lie, «t Harvard ami other Colleges and with leadin) Clubs throughout tb. Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE &amp; CO, 497-499 Washington Styßoston. Thoroughly cleanse tho blood, which Is tho fountain of heallh, by using Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, and pood digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital srrongtt-, ami soundness of constitution will lie established. Golden Medical Discovery cures all humors from tho common Dimple, blotch, or eruption to the worst Scrofula, or blood-poison. Especially has it proven Its efficacy In curing Rnlt-rhrum or Teltor. Kcvcr-fin. s. Illp-joint Disease. Scrofulous Pores nml Swelling* Enlarged...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, a Drapery Materials, Window Shades, etc. On. of lbs largest collection, of tb. above good, .an be found at our n.w and elegant .tor., where ev.ry ion. vonleiice (or lb. ..Lotion of good. 1. offend. Special atention given to tb. rurnlahlng of Private R«*U ■.tiniate, given If desired, and o impetout men ..nt to examine and execute tbe work. LOWEST CASH PRICES. The Boston Wall Paper Co., ™ WM. A. CORSE, Manager, 30 SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE ftUALIT^FIOOI Should be Considered in Purchasing But,' unfortunately, low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catch the public. A long experience lv buaineas proves to us that tlrst-clasa good, pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB Is now complete, and we are offering FIRST-CLASS GOODS, of the leading manufacturers, at prices lower than ever befure. A choice stork of Parlor, Library, Chambnr and Dlnlng-Hoou. Furniture, tn Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and .It I at-. It Walnut; W...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following Demits have been Issued from the office of superintendent of buildings: 579—Day Cordage Company, corner Fifth ami Rogers streets. Ward Three, wooden and iron storage building, 50x60; D. F. Gallagher &amp; Co., builders. 680— 1 liomas McDonald, 53 Vino street, Ward Three, addition, 17x12; D. McDonald, builder. 581— F. M. Smith, Sacramento street, Ward One, stable, 45x35; J. X. &amp; W. P. Richards, architects; M. N. Steams, builder. 682—William B. Hovey, Lancaster avonue, Ward Five, wooden dwelling, 30x35; Chamberlin &amp; Whidden, architects; Kelley &amp; McKinnon, builders. 688 —Thomas McDonald, rear 68 Vine street, Ward Three, addition, 10x20; D. McDonald, builder. 584— William Brewster, corner Brewster place and Riedesel avenue, Ward One, wooden dwelling, 30 ft. 4 in. by 35 ft. 7 in.; Andrews &amp; Jacques, architects; D. W. Power, builder. 686 and 580—William Brewster, Riedesel avenue. Ward One,...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
One of tbe most important and extensive real estate transactions ami land speculations that has been known in Cambridge for a long time is tint purchase of Ilia Teele estate on North avenue, opposite Tannery streel, by Mr. Frank Henderson of the firm of Henderson Brothers. This land comprises seven acres ami has a frontage of 650 feet on North avenue, extending back to tlie line of the Lowell railroad. It Is the purpose of the purchaser to open up several streets through this tract ami put up over a hundred houses. The deeds for Ihe land will not be passetl until May 20, but a deposit has been made by Ihe purchaser and writings drawn, which makes the bargain binding. Mr. Henderson says he has obtained a grand thing in the purchase of this land, one thai will be profitable to himself in the development, and of immense value to tlf cily. lie intends to improve the neighborhood and altract a class of good respectable people there. He has strong hopes that the Lowell road will build a n...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
QUEEN ANNE HOUSES FOR SALE. Two new, very nice, first-class Queen Anne Houses, at Old Cambridge, near Harvard Square. Highly finished in natural woods, all modern conveniences, very best plumbing and drainage, electric bells and lighting, high land, southerly exposure, 82 feet frontage each lot. Terms liberal. Also, some VERY FINE OPEN LOTS For sale for first-class houses, on Bates, Raymond and Avon Hill Streets, south side of Cambridge Heights. Apply to E. BURNHAH, 623 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Mass. TO LET By the month or on lease, in the new Hotel Stratford on Elm St., between Harvard and Broadway, Flats of six rooms and bath room, set tubs, hot and cold water, gas, large pantry, extra closets, and private cellar with each flat; halls are spacious, gas lighted by electricity, freight elevator, etc., etc. Rents very reasonable to desirable tenants. Apply to GEO. CLOSE, 243 Broadway. HOUSE TO LET. No. 7 Cleveland atreet; Just Hnitthed. Con. tains eight rooms and bath-room, hot an...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
IF YOU ARE IN WANT OP Paper Hangings, Paints, Varnishes. Oils, WINDOW GLASS or ARTISTS' MATERIALS, Oo to the NEW STORE on Borl.tOD St., near ll.r, ur.l flq ,| i«t opened by W. J. EDWARDS. Yoo will find . Urge and varied assortment juat reoelved Irom.i. me of the Sret Hourea In Hoetou, of Wall Paper., Borden, Frie.ee, Picture Mouldings, Ready Mixed Paluts, V.rolahea of all kind., Linseed and other Oil.. Turpentine, Japans, Stains, Polishes, Colors Ground lv OIL Color. Ground In Japan, Dry Colore, Paint, Varnish, whitewash, and all kind, ot [(rushes, Kulsoni Finish, Window Ul.ee, Patty. A fall line of Wins r A Newton's Tube Colors In Oil and Water, Colore in Cake., Canva. and Stretchers, Artiste' Bruahea, Placquei, Block., Etohing, and other Paper.. Do not forget to call. W. J. EDWARDS, HOUSE and SIGN PAINTER and PAPER HANGER, Read's Blook, 22 Boylston Street, Harvard Square, Cambridge. "■Hfr~ CARL A. CORLIN J m ™"f&amp; AU KndsTf Roofing, SB ~ay e a And Guarantees Satisfactio...
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
jjLARENCE G. REED, * Plasterer • AND HTIICCO WOIIKKII. Hiilaoiol.ili.K, Wlille.n..K nn.l Tlntln«. t'ut.Kti ash I.ktticii llox: 111! a.wln', K.pres, Offloe, llarvar.l Square, i ami.ridge. Tel.plion. coitne.'llon. .1.10 li.'.»i.m Mrent, Somerville. Plain atii&gt; ihina.mkntai, PLASTERING, Whitening, Coloring and Whitewashing. WILLIAM J. HERON, No. (.10 MAIN STKKF.T, basement Holmes's (Irooery Store. V£T' Jobbln| of every dsscriptlen executed In the neatest manner.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
KELLIE ft CROZIER, "H^iPAIMTTERS, 436 Main Street, Cambridgeport. T~)ROP HE A POSTAL. E. L. PERRY, House Painting, PAPER HANGING and FRESCOING, S Sargent St., North Cainbrldg-e. Can refer toeorne of the beet people In Ward 5, for whom I bave worked. J. J. BHBDD, House Fainter, Grainer AND GLAZIER. Shop—lB7Va North Aye. Reeldene.—» Whits Street. Tbe Beat Work done under my own supervision tn every case. s. h. swAinr, MASUFAOTUBHK OS DECORATED HOUSE FINISH, Corner Bleeks, Rosettes and Novelties. VT Builders .re Invited to call aud examine. State Street, Cambridgeport. E. S. SPARROW, Qontractor and Builder. Plans, Specifications and Estimates furnished for the Finest Buildings. Davis Square, West Somerville. Z. HAYDEN, CARPENTER, BUILDER AND JOBBER, S3 De Wolf St., Cambridge. Residence, No. 14 Bowdoin Street. Jobbing a Specialty. Euimnte. cheerfully given. Personal attention bestowed on all work. M. F. TRACY &amp; SON, Planing and Moulding MILL. MANUFACTURERS OF DOORB, SASHES, ...
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Cambridge Lodges. Notes. Amicable Lodge, F. and A. M., met Thursday evening. (Claims for $475, in sick benefits, were approved by Branch 34, Iron Hall, Monday night. Cambridge Lodge, I. O. O. F.. worked the initiatory degree on one candidate, Tuesday evening. Excelsior Lodge No. 2, Daughters of St. George, initiated one member Tuesday evening. The Initiatory was worked on one candidate in Friendship Lodge, I. 0. O. F., Monday evening. Z There was a progressive whist parly given by North Avenue Lodge. No. 548 at its hall Tuesday evening. ■ - ..., Jfri «jSfO Seventy-five per cent, of the suspended members of Branch 34, Order of the Iron Hall, secure reinstatement. North-avenue Lodge, X. of H., has appointed a committee to make arrangements for celebrating Its tenth anniversary, June 4th. Charity Lodge, F. and A. M., worked the third degree Montlay evening in a very acceptable manner. The meeting was well attended. G. A. A. Pevey has been appointed deputy Installing officer for Highlan...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Mrs. Hazen lias been delegated lo represent Relief Corps No. 2 at tho National G. A. R. convention tbis fall. Captain Henderson has appointed Corporal Charles A. Blair to the vacant sergeancy caused by the expiration of enlistment of Sergeant Steams. Charles Beck Relbf Corps No. 2 will celebrate its eighth anniversary May 25. Its meeting nights have been changed from the second Friday to tho second and fourth Wednesdays. The current rumor that the Central-square company is to be changed from the First to the Eighth Regiment is without foundation. If such a change was to be made a general order from Adjutant General Dallon would convey the first intimation secured by the public. Major Kemp and staff of the First Battalion Cavalry have sent a suitably engrossed set of resolutions to ex-Paymaster Noyes of the staff. The resolutions extend thanks for past services and also Ihe hospitalities of the staff to future encampments and social gatherings. The next...
To the Women of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
To the Women of Cambridge. As tbe time draws near when the assessors make their annual visit, It ha. been thought advisable to call the attention of all women to the fact that tbe method of qualifying for school suffrage Is a very simple matter a, arranged by tbe legislature of 18H0. Those women who do not pay a property tax, desiring to vote for school committee, have only to ask tbe assessor, to be assessed for a poll tax (of Arty cents, which will euable one to vote for two years, thus making the annual amount only twentyrive cents), or, if not at borne when the assessor, call, the request must he itt writing, ready to be given to them at the door, stitlug "occupation and age as near a* may be, and reßldenoe on the first day ol May of the preceding year." Any woman la eligible, according to the statute, (ohap. 6, sec. 3, of 1582., "who Is a citizen of the Commonwealth, 21 years of age and upwards . . , who bus resided lv the State one year, and within the city or town In which sh...
A Suggestion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
A Suggestion. Editor Cambhidok Tiuihink: A, I dally pass through East Cambrldg,, it look, as though the authorities were enforcing the "no license" and that the lienor dealers were complying with the proclaniallt.il of our worthy mayor. But the temperance people should stir themselves, and act as philanthropists and see lo It immediately that nice, neat and attractive boffee shop, are uponed iv different part, of Cambridge. Let them cull on Sam Shaplelgh or the Oriental, who will cheerrully advice and set to work ci.ffun sli j.s and thus give employment perhaps to some who have been tending whiskey shops, and thus convert them from Intemperance to tempera oe, and place before the drinking men and iodi.ii a harmless and healthful beverage, rttsoertaln that the preient state ot things—simple acauiescenoe to tbe lawwill not last long, and It bobooves temperanco people and .11 good law and order people to see to It thai belore reaction takes place something be done. 1 also suggest that,...
Not a Gain. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Not a Gain. Burro! OAHearuofl Tatuoan Th« attempt of tho Cambridge Railroad Company to aborten the time between Cambridge and Boston by stopping only at atreet corners Is a ridiculous failure and It la very strange tba F , thn directors should not bave foreseen It. It Is true tlmt ihe time saved by those who happen to be standing at c-OfSlngn when cars go by may be anywhere (torn two ii five minutea, but on the other hand one half of the patrons of the road will have to pay do.ible lor tbe advantage of the other half. Those «ho leave a house or a atore at the ml Idle of a block and aae a car patting will either lose that ear, or If the conductor |s obliging ami Nop* at th i oear*at crowing, *be pmsengers will l&lt; an more time ihui they would otherwise gain, A person who )&lt;&gt;st' a car can he delayed anywhere from two minutes] to half an hour In the ca«e. of an Arlington nr a Newton car. ],it us bOM tbecotnpany wdl »cc tta udatake and correct it. C. 11. ...
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Important. When visiting New York City, save Baggage Express and Carriage Hire, and atop at tlie Grand Union Hotel, opposite (.rand Central Depot. 600 Handsomely Furnished Hooma at $1 and upwards per day. European plan. Elevators, and nil Modern Conveniences. Restaurants supplied with the beat. Horse earn, stages and elevated railroads to all depots. You can live better for lesa money at the Grand Kiilou Hotel than any other lirst-cla-«s hotel tn tbe City.