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AMERICANS ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
AMERICANS ABROAD. "Do you remember, 10T5.7 I said, '•Our happy wedding trip. Tho skies with brlglit then overhead. The .*up of Joy was at my lip, And de tr old Nature seemed to smile When you and I went up the Nile. "I&gt; i yon rein-nuber Cairo, dear, With all lis wondrous sights; Its beggars, picturesque and queer; Its clear, bright days and moonl'ght nights?'* She said: "For Cairo 1 don't care. We hnt our Hrst real quarrel there." '•And Meinpbls, too," I quickly add, v "80 mummified and tomby; The very air, I think, wm sad." Said she, "It was not gloomy To inn. How could it lie so, when W« kH-n' 1 there and mtde up again?" "Ah, well," I said, "Those detr old days I Dettr shall forget; They llniter In a golden has.; I see the Thebau templet yet." "Oh, Thebes!" she said, with abstract air, "I lost my rell, a raw one, there." "What sights at Luxor, far away; What oTmlinks and sphinxes! What grand earred statues, old and gray! What bUck-eyed Arab minxes 1 !" "At Luxor," said ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
M STANDARD UTTT T WILL , a ■ put a lior.se in good condition wiih less expense and trouble than anything else. SO LBS., 8 fl FEBDS, AME &amp; CO. WORCESTER 8R05.," 23 &amp; 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealem in and Manufacturer* of FURNITURE CARPETS. We have received the Spring dosigDiof Biujh bklb T_ti*KSTHY and Wool Oahpetb. EASY CHAIRS, ALSOBna3,DESKr?,OHIFFONiERB,LOUNQEB, PAELOR, OH AMBER AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE. SHADES AND DRAPERIES MAim TO ORDJSB. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE, DAVID THOMSON, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholttertng and raupholaterlng furniture, putting up draper? and window •hadtu*, cutting looso corerv. Carpet work a ■peclaltj. Carped taken up, cleaned, lit ted and relaid. H_r_s__-J _■_,___ t PKICK HKOIKKO JMOTICG X IN CAMHKIUGK FOB CLEANING CARPETS To 8 CKNTS per yard, Including i&gt;rus«eli, Tap*-, try, Woollen or Hemp. GEORGE F. KICKER &amp; CO. STKAM Machinr Cahpkt CLKA.NKRB. Omcen...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Rale* Honey the great Cougu cure,25c.,500.4 U Glenn'* Sulphur Soap beale a beautlDos, Ma, termanfornHernover kills Corn. 4 bunions Hill's Hair and WhUker Dye—Black and Brown, 80a, Plke's Toothache Drop* cure ƒ— 1 Minute.Jßo Dean'a Kbeuraatlc Pill* an a sure ear*. 60a MRS. M. J. GOBURN, Shampooing jflLrt work done at Hair Work ESttaSS. enee with the beet families. 110 Windsor St., C»iubrldgeport. Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, 1 ((formerly with Mist I&gt;. L. Capen of Bostoi.) 40 A nil In Atreet, Camlirtdgf-part. Mli*s Klltner gives each depMrtineut of her bustnet's her pergonal attention, and. having had large experience, she oan gimantee perfect fitting and first-class finish at reasonable prices. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. X. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. .J. It. I&gt;AMK,Succe-eor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPOKTK.It UK RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING OR...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Wn _**r_*T~__" ase-ssi north avknuk, VT nHTCC~ BAI __• UlrJtVy NORTH GASSKIUOS. JB *%**#*»*»» X • 10,000 Pansies, Hybrid Perpetual Roses, Clematis, NEW GEKANIUMS, NKW CARNATIONS, and a general assortment if BEDDING PLANTS, Floral Designs of every description. BEDDING PLANTS. A large assortment of lieranlums, Double Petunias, Culeus, Verbenas, and other bedding plants for sale in quantities to suit purchasers, at reasonable prices. We are here to make a living aud aim to secure your custom and retain it. Plants furnished for lots in Cambridge Cemetery. T. J. KEARNEY, Suuceaaor to \V J. Dlnaiuore. 273 North Aye., opp. Day St. BOBTON, REVERE BEACH &amp; LYNN R.R. Fall and Winter Time-Table, Sept. »0, 1886. Lkavb Boston at 0.50,7.3ir, 8, 8.30, 0,10,11 A.M., 11l M„ 1, 2, 3,3.30, •(Expre.e), 4.50 (Express) 6 (Ex(ireis), 15 3ii, O (Express), §6.30, 7.30, 8, 0.30, 10 20, 11.15 I. M. L.KAVK I,V.N.N at Jii.lO, 11 Ml, 7 (Express), 7.30 (Exprw«.)B(Ex|ir»&gt;.), 8.30 (Express), 9...
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Cambridge. Mrs. Alexander Cox of Mt. Auburn Is seriously ill. Miss Browning, teaelier in the Corlett school, is ill. Mr. Irving Blako went to Portland on Tuesday oil business, Mr. Nelson of Hoi worthy place buried his youngest child last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whiting gave a reception on Thursday evening in honor of Miss Guild. Mr. P, L. Chapman attended tire dinner of Ihe New Hampshire Club at the Vendomo on Wednesday afternoon. Prof. E. N. Horsforil made an address at Wellesley College, on Wednesday, at the reception to Queen Kapiolani. Mr. George S. Saunders of Concord avenue, after a severe bronchial attack, is convalescent and is now able to bo out. Mrs. Dorcas 11. Young and Miss Mottle Young of 38 Mt. Auburn street have gone to Chatham port, Mass., foi a few weeks. Miss Edith Eslelle Torrey sings in Centralville, Lowell, next Wednesday evening, and in Sleeper Hall, Boiton, Friday evening. About twenty-live young men from the ■Watertown Y. M. C. A. held a praise service ...
Resolutions. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Resolutions. The following resolutions have been adopted by Charles Beck Post 50, G. A. R., on the death of its late comrade, Mr. Joseph Collins: Whereas, lly tho death of Joseph Collin, we have lost one of our rnucli-toreil comrade*, therefore, he It ltrcfulvcil, That we deeply mourn Ihe Inn. of one who. while wiih us, set an example of manlinens, purity, trentlene.. ami r-implicily which wo all ravpeotfld, one whole Itandard et true gentlemanly conduct wai lire highest, and who al alt limes unfllne-blngiy lived up to it. Ki'S.itveil. Tlini. hi. modlla and unassuming .I. .i ;i.'t.T his kind and obliging manner, hi. bciiirMini disposition, have err teared liiin to all who knew libit. Ri'Milvcd, That wo exprell ourdeep and earnest aympalhy with his bereaved widow and children, ami lhat a copy of these ralolutloui be sent them, CIIAHLKS 11, HK.VI', KoiIKKT 1.. -SANIIS, WILI.IA.U 11 11. HtIWK, Committee.
North Cambridge. Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
North Cambridge. Overseers of the Poor. Mr. Ralph Day of Day street is very ill willr pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Aldrich left last week for a tour lv California. Pains,are being taken to have a line lawn around the Baptist Church. Miss Fditlr Sherman gave a parly to her playmates and friends on Wednesday evenlug. The central thought at the North-avenue Universalisl praise meeting tomorrow evening at seven o'clock will he "A High Ideal." The one hundred and twenty-ninth inflating of the Cambridge Entomological Club was held atti! Sacramento street last evening at seven o'clock. Alderman lliitchlm has returned from his recent extended business trip iv the. West. During his absence he visited various cities iv Ohio and New York States, Chicago and other places. R-v. C. W. Biddle, D. 1)„ has been enjoying a rest in a brief trip to New York, New Jersey and oilier places. He is expected home in season to preach tomorrow. Last Sunday, Rev, 0. R. Moor occupied Ihe pulpit. i Mr. Bertram 1...
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Police. Firemen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Police. Firemen. Mr. I". 11. Johnson of It Dana strict has gone In Nab ant. Tiro first quarterly conference at the Cot-tage-itreet.M. _. Charon took place last night, Rev. Mr. iiigglns, former pastor of ihe Cottage-street Society, was In Cambridge Wednesday, The Cambridge Sons ot Maine will iline at. young's Hotel at live o'clock next Thursday evening. On Wednesday evening the teachers ill the Sunday School of the First Universalis! Church heiil their monthly meeting. There will be a meeting of tbe Cambridge* port \V. C. T. U. in tlie pari f Ihe Y. M. C. A. building, Thursday; at :i P. M. Preparalions are bolllg made for the celebration of children's ilay by the Cottagestreet Society mi thesecoiid Sunday in June. Mr. anil Mrs. 11. S. Hunillett of Austin street left this city Thursday fur Winterport, Me., where they will spend the summer. Tomorrow, Rev. A. E. White of the First Universalis! Church and Rev. if. W. ltriggs, I). I)., of the Austlll-Stre...
East Cambridge. First-class Furniture. Lumber. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
East Cambridge. First-class Furniture. Lumber. (In Wednesday evening a vary successful eiiterlaiiitiient was given at the Hap tilt ■ lunch. Mrs. \V. A. Start, president of the Woman's Universal lit Missionary Society, will occupy the pulpit of the Otis-street Universalis!, Church tomorrow at tho regular service; subject, "Woman's Work ill the Church." Michael ilogftii, a single man boarding al 373 Cambridge street, died on Tuesday of small-pot, The was Immediately called lo.the attention of the hoard of health and the house was thoroughly fumigated and the Inhabitants vaccinated. No new cases are as yet reported. The entire Itoek ~r tlio woll-krinwti fiirnituro luuiro of Bsnor.oft A Dyer, isn Tre—oni itfsit, is offered fur the next thirty days at greatly reduced prleßli A-till, tlrm carry only lliu best rurnltiire, mi,l »« Hi" iiubllir knew that when th* linn advertise, ssit..of bsraaln*thsy menu wiiat they i*y, wn n.lvi-.'our ri'H.lor. to Impoot tlii'ir nssorlnient ~r olßiant horti...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
HORACE S. BARTLBTT, Harvard Square, Cambridge* REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBKIIIGK PBOPKBTT ONLY. KO BOSTON OFFICB. Have toot property placed on my 11.1 immediately, a. /am lai. poiltton to I*™ and direct palrone to any place in the city, Bonding Lota tar .alt In tbe moat dealrable location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. IF YOUR EYES BLUR, IF YOUR GLASSES ARE N6T A REST FOR YOUR EYES, CONSULT AT ONCE Drs. Emery &amp; Chapman, City Opticians, 507 Main Street, Cambridgeport, And procure a pair of their PERFECT PITTINO SPECTACLES and EYK-III.AS3ES or Ore live. French, Herman and American manufacture, at price, witliiu the reach or all. ~„„„i,,„. The Eye Examined Free. Satisfaction Guaranteed. I.enees Reset and Classen Repaired. SPITZ BROS. &amp; MORE. STYLISITsUITS For Gentlemen, $12,515&amp;520. Especial attention Is called to our line grades of the latest Spring fabrics—neat stripes, pin checks, Scotch Mixtures, Worsteds and wide Diagonals In fore...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
BANCROFT &amp; DYER, 1 WILL FOB THE NEXT 30 DAYS Offer their entire Stock of strictly First-Class FURNITURE Con—iitng of full-line Drawlng-Koom, Library, Chamber and Mining Room lir all desirable designs, and at auch price, aa atiall iuduoa all ƒ— want to make .olecttous. We make no pretence that thl, ,ale ll to make room for "Spring Importations." The .lniple l nub 1,, buslrro,. has been very quiet, and we wiih to reduce our stock, and, In order to do »o, srawUllna and expect to make large lacrlftce. Particular attention called to our Drawlng-Room Suite, In full Turkish, aud other style.. It la admitted by all our competitor, that there la no better work made than we carry In .took. Mr. Prlcliard, who ha. been in our employ for many years, ha. charge of our Drapery department, which is a sufficient guaranty that all work entrusted to him will he entirely satisfactory. We mean what we say, and will make such prices aa will ensure large and quick sale. All are reapectfully in...
A LIVELY MEETING Of the Cambridge Board of Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
A LIVELY MEETING Of the Cambridge Board of Aldermen. A regular meeting erf the aldermen was held Wednesday evening, Alderman Frailer being the only absentee. Henry A. Miner petition—l for a sixth class druggist's license. J. L. Boyden petitioned to have the curbing lowered in front of 104 Gore street. A petition was presented from virions holder* of billiard and pool license.., praying for exemption from doling their store* at 11 o'clock; referred to the committee on licenses with a request to give a hearing. By special assignment the order introduced at the last meeting, thai the mayor be authorized to petition in the name at 1 on behalf of the city of Cambridge to lUn General Court, now in session, for such changes in the city charier as will authorize the appointment of live first assistant assessors, otre from each ward, and five second assistant assessors, one from each ward, the said lirst and second assistant assessors lo be nominated annually hy the board of principal assess...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
MARRIAGES. KOIKIKKS-MoCORMAO——In tbis city, mth Inst., by F. L. Chapman, J, I*., Thomas w. Itndfers of Brldgoport. Conn., in Lena afoOofrolt— of loaton. WALKER—MULLER—At Boiton, 4th Inst., by ltev. Kretl l.iiiilermanir. Lewis Walker to Minnie Muller, botb of Cambridge.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
DEATHS. OHUROH—In tllll olty, "Hi lirst., Kliziibotli X. Cliuri'h. rigeit 111) year.. lil'l'r.h -Mb in.t., Clinrle. S. Dupee, aged 44 year.. OKIFI'IN-llth 1r.51., Marshall I&gt;. (Iriffln, ajje.l 48 year.. iJII.KOVI.K—I2Ih Int., Miuliael Kllfnyle, asieil 114 years. iftoDONAIVD— frill in.t., K.lrriiliul .lease Mcllonul.l, Hg&gt;'«l 411 veam. Wl 1,1.1 AMs-lOth In.t., Ann Williams, agi'il (SO year..
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
HARVARD S-UARE. Us Ul WIILDCIij HARVARD SQUARE » I Men's, Women's and Children's BOOTS and SHOES IN SPUING AND SUMMER STYLES AND SHAPES. . *-*. LAWN TENNIS AND BICYCLE SHOES, SHOES FOR VACATION WEAR. -—♦-♦. The best selection and largest assortment of desirable goods ever offered to the Cambridge trade. MEN'S: Men's Laced Boots, hand and machine sewed, in large variety of styles. My $3.00 Shoe is the most durable in the market. My $2.50 Shoe is reliable and is a favorite. Men's Railroad Shoes, one of the best makes. These shoes are favorites in Cambridge. Young Men's Shoes, in Lace, Congress and Button. Stylish and serviceable. None better. WO ME __TS: Ladies' Genuine Dongola Boots. A new line of "Day Machine" make, equal in comfort and service to hand-made goods, for less price. I continue to sell the same lines of Dongola Boots as have been so popular heretofore. NOW IS THE TIME I WISH TO SELL THESE GOODS. *&gt;■• ! . O. T_). WILIDIEIR,, 7 Harvard Square* CUSTOM WORK AND R...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Oxford and Newport Ties, in Black, Wine and Maroon. These goods are new, seasonable and "all right." $2.00 Ladies* Goat Oxford Shoes. Stylish, durable and well-fitting. I continue to keep in stock the genuine Dongola Shoes in Oxford and French ties and button. Ladies' Golden Tan Kid Boots. Rapidly becoming popular and taking the place of French Kid. CHII_DRENnS: Boys' School Shoes, made especially lor hard ware. A full line of Boy's Tennis Shoes. .A large assortment of Children's Shoes, from 75 cents to $2.00 per pair. A good variety of School Shoes for Girls, both with and without heels, differing in price from $1.25 to $3.00.