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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
The description which Tub I'kimi.nk published a fortnight ago of the Shady Hill Nurseries, haa attracted a great deal of attention among thorn* of our radon who are Intertilled in the cu'tivation of plants and shr jbt, Mr. Temple has had a regu lar unci esalon of calls from interested buyers, ever allien the article appeared. Me win hen 111 to say thai, visitors are alwayil welcome, at the Shady II Ml Nurseries, whether hnme liate purchase in intended or not. He in an QntUUSIM. on the lubjeot of ■bnibl Miii i'l una, ami i- QODltAlltly ready i" share his extensive Information with others. Mr. E. L. Perry, tho pointer, bin gouo to Wei%» ford, Miss,, tlii' week, on an extensive job for Senator J, V. Fletcher ol Ifelmout. The Pat lie's Furniture Company, Is Canal ft rent, offer a line of refrigf rators at faetoty price*, Send for catalogue.
In the Open. On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
In the Open. On the Water. The Bradfords are to hare a new elghtoared shell built. Tbe Bradford club received ten new members at Its meeting last Sunday. William L. Lockbart's elegant yacht, Alice, will soon go Into commission. Hamm is much pleased with the new racing shell lately built for him by Davy. The cat rig, Lily, owned by George Hay of Magazine street, is being changed into a sloop. Eighteen hundred pounds of iron has recently been placed on tbe keel ofjGriffllbs's sloop Wanda. Committees from the Riverside and Bradford clubs are now arranging for a joint picnic to take place tbis summer. Hanlaii will, In the course of a few days, give his new Blakey boat, known as the ''record breaker," a trial for speed. Mr. John Stafford of Pleasant street Is having a twenty-seven foot sloop built by Dinsinore, which will bo ready to launch In about ten days. A committee of five were appointed by the Bradfords last Sunday to select crews for the June 17th regatta, In which tbey will ente...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Cycling Notes. The Port club bold a special meeting next Tuesday evening. Several members of tbe Cambridgeport club made a run to Neetlhain last Sunday. Dr. Marshall of (the Port club lias just bought a New Mail, which he pronounces the lineal machine made. The Cambridgeport club made a moon light run to YValtharn, Thursday evening, which was attended by about ten members. Herbert W. Hayes of the Cambridge club has been re-elected chief consul for Massachusetts. He Is at present busily engaged preparing a book on the roads of Massachusetts. A "Victor" team left Boston for Clarksville, Mo., Thursday, In charge of -Mr. C. P. Daniels, trainer, to participate in what promises to be some of the most exciting races ever held in America. The coins.! for the twenty-five; mile road race to be held by the Cambridgeport club, Memorial day, has been laid out HI follows: The start will be made from the River-Street bridge, thence to the reservoir, to Newton Centre, to Nei'dham, to the triangle, ...
Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Base-Ball Notes. On Saturday, the Cambridge Y. M. C. A. nine defeated the Chelsea Y. M. G. A. nine on the star grounds, by n score of 14 to 4. Tho featurea of the game were Oxford's pitching, !&gt;viVs catching, and Aa*■iitant Secretary whitford'i hasp running. The Active Base-Ball Club is made up as follows: F. W. Hall, catcher and right Held; W. F. Pierce, catcher and right field; G. (J. Tobln, pitcher and centre field; L. S. Rogers, pitcher and centre field; A. Dickinson, first base; W. P. Gilbert, second bate; A. Thayer, third base; U. M. Davis, abort stop and captain ; 11. L. Dexter, left field. They play the Xewtonville Ideals on tbe Active grounds this afternoon. The manager is L. S. Rogers, box 5207, Boston.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
Mr. Kdwanl Fitzgerald is getting out some of the finest building stone ever quarried in this vicinity, at bis ledge lv Somerville adjoining the almshouse. He la laving the foundation lor Mr. Usher's house on HHMde avenue among othera In this city and Somerville. Our 1 cadeta will find a large assortment of bedding plants foTlilßit Far wall's old connervatorics T. if, IC»arne,v, propria, -r. North even no, opposite Day »tfMt, when th-y get ready to set them out. ■JLoosened teeth are stuvesefully treutoil by Dr, Currier, 878 Oolttltlbui avenuo. It&gt;stnn, who has made a specialty of tho d.-ease known wh pyrrhea alva nlonia Will some one living In Old Cambridge, who owns a bicycle, and who would like'to ride to Boston every morning, hv the way of tho mill dam, leaving Cambridge from 7 to 7.50 o'otoak, pltaee address A. M. Ms, this offloa?
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
OVEBMAN WHEEL CO. Victor i- BICYCLESVICLUI | TR | C YCLES. Grade Known. Call and examine if yon want the best •YIRMAN WHEEL CO., 182-188 Columbus Arenae, Bonos. &amp;OALL AT ROOP &amp; BYAM'S AMD SEH Till LATEST Spring Styles for Gentlemen's Wear. A LOW BALMORAL AND CONGRESS. Also the Best Line of |s. LADIES', MIBBEB' AND CHILDREN'S F'NK BOOTS and SHOKS to be found In Cambridge. Kemomber name aud number, &amp; BYAM, 557 Main St., Cambridgeport.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
PETITIONS OF DRUGGISTS FOlt Liquor Licenses of the Sixth (lass In Cambridge, T(l Al'ltll. »7, ISS7. Aiii'n, Nathan I..,DBSOambrldfsStrsst. Anilros, Henry 8,, nil Main Street. Ai.eziu, Alt,-., M., BBS llmailwiiy. Ilalley, A. It. &amp; (Jo , W&gt;7 Main Slri'i.l.. Halley, Francis it., 27:1 Pearl Strom. Ilartli.lt. Ili.raio s , 4112 llarvaril Stroct. i-l.iilin, Wiili,-r A., I Itraltle Street c.iiiii.s. ci.iiii.'s X.,417 Cambridge Street. OroMomb, M, 0., en t'lemnt street. Dow, Msresllai 1., urn Pssrl street. (love, X. (;., Jiini'tli.ll Main mil WHshlngtun Streets. 11n1.1.ir.1, John ll„ litl lliu viir.l SI r.'.-l. Ketctium, i Inn,"! It , Wl Itrnailw.y, LsPl.rra, Kiln 11..32 lllver Slreet. l.lliby, (I. 1,., 2Ss Ni.rtli Avenno. Lowell, Y. 11., 430 Main Slreet. McOlblmn, K.l.ard T„ BSI llniailway. Mlnott, .1. M , 4 11. ii...i. Square. Olive, Douglass, 1(1!) llarvaril Street, Olive, (loorge M., ISA North Avenue. Orne, iliarl.ii I.. 537 .Mult. Street. 11u..', Joel S., 403 Mai...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
AN OI.I)-KA«IIIONEI&gt; District School Examination r.iDKii the Ausnrss or DISTRICT SCHOOL GRADUATES, Wll.l. TASK IM.A.'K AT THS Chapel of the First Church, Mason St., Thursday Evening, May 12, at 7.30 o'clock. ADMISSION, 2.1 CKNTS. CHARLOTTE FISKE BATES —- wrr.r, oivs a •» Reading from Original Writings, At * Park HI.. M»r 10, at 1.4H aVSR Tickets, BS cents, to be hail ot Mr. 11. S. Andros, Camhrlilgeport. M.Mr. Prang A Co., P.rk Street, and at the door. NORTH AYE. CONGREGAT'L CHURCH. Dr. W. S. ALF.XAnnaa, Paatnr. SPECIAL VKSPEB SERVICE SUNDAY XV K.NINO, At 7 o'clock. 0. L. Ilaii.n, nr,r»nl«t .nd dlr.ot.er; Miss S. C. Fisher, loprauo; Mra. KllalH.k. MCKfJI oontr.lto; Mr. A. F. Robert., b.u; Mr. H. M. Poli.y, tenor.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
RIDERS OF BiairrOXiES TRICYCLES . Constitute the majority of American riders of first-class Haveridd en around the world. XtV//// Ilu/ Hold World's Records from U\*dS~ |-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Have never been able to wear out their machines in 10 years of hard usage. POPE MFC CO., 79 Franklin Street, Boston, ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE FREE. _sfj| UNION MARBLE &amp; GRANITE MONUMENTAL WORKS, Corner Elmwood Avenue and Mt. Auburn Street. JOHN McNAMEK, I EataWlahed 1««« f BEN J. F. MoNAMEE, Proprietor.) E.tabll.hed 18S9. j 8u.1n... Manager. Designs and Estimates Furnished on Application. I have some rare designs among my late ITALIAN INVOICE, one .being a "VEILED STATUE OF A LADY" standing on a pedestal supported by a column and urn. Tbis WORK OF ART 1, worthy of Inspection even by parties not wishing to purcb.se. Any One Wishing to Boy a Lot In Cambridge Cemetery Will find, it to his advantage to call on me, as I bave a very desirable one for sale. This I. a 300-foot lot and is s...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 10. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1887-TWELVE PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. PURLiaEED EVERT SATVRDAT AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Mb.eripUon for on. year 52.80 UkglaOoplei B o.nU By mall free of Po.tage. Tub Tbi buns. Is printed and mailed Friday af teraaa* and evening, and reaches .üb.crlber. In Camttrldge, Boiton, and trie town* of Southern Mld- *}_,». on Saturday morning. It Is for .ale, at five reels ■ copy, at the following news stand.: Olid Oambbidge: Amee Brother., Harvard 84.; t. H. Grant, Hoi worthy atreet, Mt. Auburn. Oahbbidobfobt: Mr. Shedd, 884 Main atreet; G. E. Franoh, 688 Main atreet; F. tr, Beunke, Its Main atreet and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl atreet.; A. P. Oreerrleaf, 46t Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main atreet; I. D. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalhr, *_■% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 lonian square; Cambridge B. R. Transfer Station, West Boiton Bridge. North ...
Cambridge Loges. Plymouth Rock Commandery, United Order of the Golden Cross. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Cambridge Loges. Plymouth Rock Commandery, United Order of the Golden Cross. The Supreme Commandery of the Order of tbe Golden Cross was established at Knoxvillo, Term., in 1870, by John H. Morgan, M. D., of that city. Each Stale has Its grand commandery, of which there are at present fourteen. By the April report there appear to be two hundred and thirtyeight subordinate coinmamlerles, and although ihe order was not represented in this State until two years after its establishment at Knoxville, Massachusetts has distanced all other States in the number of commauderics formed, heading Ihe list with sixty-nine; Maine coining next with fortyrrirre. The subordinate cominanderies accepl as members all who do rrot use alcoholic liquors as a beverage and are bodily aud morally sound to the satisfaction of the members. The Grand Commandery of Massachusetts lias for Its grand commander Mr. E. Hartshorn of Somerville, who is also tbe editor and publisher of the Golden Cross Journal, the offi...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Notes. Friendship Lodge, I, O. O. F., will work the first degree, Monday evening. St. Omer Lodge, Knights of Pythias, worked the second rank last evening. A visit by Cambridge Canton No. 2, P. M., to their brothers In Weymouth, li anticipated. Dr. M. 1). Church is medical examiner for Anchor Assembly, Royal Society of Good Fellows. The "hunter's" and "warrior's" degrees were exemplified at last evening's meeting of the Red Men. J. Howard Payne Council, Home Circle, Initialed ono member nt Its meeting on Wednesday evening. The Odrl Ladles' Sewing Circle met at the house nf Mrs. Drake, on Putnam avenue, on TtariradSy evening of last wsekr District Deputy Grand Patriarch J. C. Smith made his first official visit to Boston Encampment, Wedneiday evening. Branch No. 860, Order of the Iron Hall, will celebrat' Its first anniversary In an appropriate manner next Friday evening. Cambridge Council, Home Circle, Initiated three candidates, Thursday evening. A complete set of dishes, necessary ...
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
The Temperance Orders. Union Temple of Honor will, hold no Sunday afternoon meeting, tomorrow, owing to tbe funeral of one of its number. St. John Temple of Horror No. 30, of Cbarlestown, will pay a Iraternal visit to Urrity Temple of this city on the evening of tbe 241 h. Unity Social Temple visited Waltham Wednesday evening and assisted in the institution of the new Social Temple In that city. Unity Temple of Honor initiated one candidate Tuesday evening. They now have a lolal membership of sixty-live and are in a good financial condition. Memorial Lodge No. 27, I. O. G. T., is making preparations for a fair and sale of f.mcy goods, to tak- place early In June. A committee of ten has tbe matter in charge. Mr. Henry Heeney, of Unity Temple of Honor No. 10, died al his late residence on Pearl sireet Wednesday evening at seven o'clock. Funeral services will Ire held at the house tomorrow afternoon at two o'clock. Tbe interment will be made wi'b the usual Ceremonial of tire order, Uni...
Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Horace N. Conn has been elected captain of Company G, Fifth Regiment. Post 180 received their new uniforms, Thursday evening. They are very neat. John A. Logan Post 186, G. A. R., will meeta'ihe Harvard-street M. E. Church on the Sunday before Decoration day. Col. William Beals of this city presented a handsome silk flag to the Fuslleers On tbe occasion of their centennial celebration, last Wednesday. Tbe Cambridge City Guard will take dinner at the Crelghlon House on the 2.lth Inst., that being the annual field day of the Fifth Regiment. On the morning of Memorial day there will be services in Memorial Hall conducted by Post 56, which will Ire &lt;&gt;| en to ihe public. The exercises «ill commence promptly at eight o'clock. Corporal 0, L. I). Parkhill of Company B, First Regiment, received a painful Injury to his left hand last week by having it caught In a moving elevator. Three bones were broken and cords severely strained. General ...
A Contested Will. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
A Contested Will. Iv the Supreme Judicial Court at East Cambridge, Wednesday, before Judge William Allen and a jury, the case of Amaranth li, Hancock of this city, widow of Solomon Hancock, late of Cambridge, deceased, vs. John Hancock et, als.,. being an appeal from the decision of tbe judge of probate disallowing tbe will of said Solomon Hancock, was operred. Tbe issues for the jury are: First, whether the will was executed by the said Solomon Hancock; second, whether at the time of the executton the testator was of sound and disposing mind and memory; third, whether the will was cancelled by the testator with Ihe intention of revoking it; fourth, whether the will was properly executed. The property was left solely to the wife, the nephew of the deceased contesting the will upon the ground that it was cancelled by tbe testator. The evidence was that the will was made October 13,1880, and that the testator died August 2, 1886; that on tbe day of the testator's death he asked for th...
Social Bible Class. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Social Bible Class. A most interesting meeting of the Social Bible Class was held last Sun lay afternoon, when one hundred and fifty members were preaent, and under the leadership of Mr. E. R. Champlln, many of the gentlemen and ladles took active part in the discussion of the lesson on "Tbe Child Moses." A largely attended prayer meeting is held each Tuesday evening at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Leeds, Franklin street, and all are cordially welcomed. The event of Ihe week was the monthly social held in Austin Hall on Thursday evciring, when the class was richly entertained by Miss Greco, Miss Shirreff, Mrs. Buckman, Mr. Adams, and Mr. Maynard, after which the heartiest hand-shaking, and expression of good will and kindly feeling was kept up until a late hour. A picnic is talked of for an early date, and the matter is left under tho supervision of tire entertainment committee, Tire class meets In Odd Fellows Hall on Main sireet, Sunday afternoon at 2.30; service of song at 8,16, ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
The First Parish Sunday School fair given on Saturday last lir aid of the S. P. C. 0., proved a success, and nearly $300 were made. The gypsy camp, wiih tho two fortune tellers, Misses Folsoui and Hopklnson; the flower table, presided over by Miss Swan, Miss Morse and Miss Arnold, dressed in fancy flowing robes; tho card and paper printing department, In charge of Ulaster Swan and Master Bead, and Ihe art room and country pos-tofllce under the charge of the young ladies in Mrs. 11. B. (ioodwln's class, were among the principal attractions. Supper was served by a corps of young ladles' who gave a most excellent mesl for twenty-live cents. On the whole, It was Ihe most successful entertainment given In the church for a long lime, with the exception, of Ibe Christinas theatricals of 1880.