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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
JOHN W~ COVENEY, XI : N D 35 li TAKEE AUCTIONEER * KKAL ESTATE AtiKNT. Shlcb of Real Ritata or Personal Property by Auetiuiior In v.il •■■ S/tl■*. MorfCllgeH NejfOl hit cd. 103 Cam brtil cc Strei't, 1.-.i-t Cambridge Corner ul' Sixth Street. UNDERTAKERS. MAHSII X LONG, Heiiilerann'r. Klock, 'Z'&amp;'t North Avenue, "North Cambridge. Mr. LOnV'l KesldeiM e. tO I.lee St. EMBALMERS. WELCOME AND "TheGENUINE." jij^^2_a^^i__^_S KACII 1.1.AN1) STAMPED AS ABOVE. s Tbe u»o ot part ihml pweet iimi ci i il- in the tt nnufaoture of Boap i« always tbe base of cferj merit, giving tn a llrpt-clapp trtltlt every advantage in WASHING QUALITIES Over noapn of doubtful character. PrOftd by tho above brand*, continued by their constantly lncreaning demand, ami by their nuinorouft tmltatlom In all direction* by othor manufacturer. Coupumera notice tho difference ami call for tho above. MAIIH BY CURTIS DAVIS &amp; CO. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MIDDLESEX, SS. Plum ATI. COURT. To aHnarso...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
REDUCING STOCK. ch__r__eshTb__rnes, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, SPECIAL BARGAINS, In Substantial and Well Matie Chamber Furniture Black Walnut Chamber Set., Cherry Ohamber Sets, Malrogarriied Chamber Bets, Ash Ohambor Bets, Fainted Chamber Bets From $15 to $75. We are offering sho a lino of Parlor Furniture Iv Hair Cloth, Embossed and Crushed Plush and Eaw Silk at prices that will make them extra bargains, A Stook of CARPETS, OIL OLOTHS, BEDDING, KANGES, BABT CARRIAGES, KEPIIIGE tATORR, and everything needed for complete outfit for houso furnishing, for cash or ou EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington Street, BOSTON. MRTGAGEE'S SALE. Purntiant to ami in execution of the power and authority eontitlneil in the) uiorttfHge gtvtm hy William Smith, Maria X. Smith, wife ot tmi.l William, in her own right, ami Arthur S. Coffin, ilevlneei unite r the will of Klizn 0. Sluoil, lato 11 'Cambridge, In ttie County of Middlesex ami Commonwciiitii of aiaaiaoiiaaetta, deoe...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
RED CEDAR POSTS AND POLEB, CYPREBB SQUARE POBTB, OREGON PINE GUTTERS, Th* Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THE SAMK l'HIl'K SAWED WHITE CEDAR, HAKES THE HOST 111 lit "ILK AND LOWEST PRICED SHINfiLE KNOWX. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. AU ot the above goods can be found only with us. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber nt lowest prices. WILLIAM H. WOOD d. CO., 7 Broadway and Third Street, - ■ - Cambridgeport. PATBISTT CARBOLIC PURIFYING POWDER. (Egyptian Discovery Utilized.) IT IS THE BEST DISINFECTANT KNOWN. It Is More Pleasant and Effective than Chloride of Lime. It Prevents Contagious Diseases. This Powder consists of a number of well-known good to sprinkle on all kind, of offal—in fact, ƒ— Sanitary Agent., chemical., combined with Car- «Uh°tn? "r'tliizer In a hill of bollc Acid, which ha. been recommended by Physl potatoes, will save them from the Rot. It may ba clans and Scientific Men extensively all over tho safely used around t...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, May IS. Appleton Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Rev. Prof. W. J. Tucker, D. D., of Andover Theological School. Monday. Harvard Natural History Society. Lecture: "Land and Freshwater Mollusca of Massachusetts." Prof. Edward S. Morse, director of the Peabody Academy of Science—Harvard Hall lecture-room, 7.30 P. M. Greek readings. "The Frogs of Aristophanes." Prof. Goodwin—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. Certain English authors considered as masters of style (course for freshmen). Fielding (continued). Prof. A. S. Hill—Sever 11, 0 A. M. Wednesday. Divinity School Chapel— D rbate. 4P. M. Thursday. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Prof. Lover! rig—Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 12 M. Lecture before tlie Boylston Chemical Club. "The Laws of Nature." Prof. J. P. Cooke—Upper Boylston, 7.30 P. M. Friday. Divinity School Chapel. Service, 7.30 P. M.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Competitors for the Boylston prizes for declamation spoke Thursday evening in the following order: Livingston Boyd Stedman, "The Coercion of Ireland," Sir W. Vernon Harcourt (1887); Nathan Oppenheim, "The Sisters," Tennyson; Francis Wallace Knowles, "The Pilot's Story," W. D. Howells; Wilton Lincoln Currier, "The Minute Man of '75," G. W. Curtis (1875); Robert Treadwell Osgood, "Conservative Progresi," Edward Everett (1852): Winthrop Tisdale Talbot, "John Harvard," (1828); John Daniel Barry, "The Lament of QSdipus," Sophocles; Herman Page, "The Slave Rebellion of San Domingo," Wendell Phillips; Rowland Blennerhassett Mahany, "A Message from the New South," Henry W. Grady (1886); James Houghton Woods, "The Irish Question," W. E. Gladitone (1886). The competition for the prizes was of such a nature that intense interest was manifested by the audience in the award. The gentlemen who acted as judges were Editor Hooper, Col. C. R. Codmati, Mr. Roger Wolcott, Mr. George Putnam, Prof. J. W...
Tricycles for Two. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Tricycles for Two. You know not what scrapes the affair may draw you Into, whispered Cowardice, to tho naive author of "A Sentimental Journey." He was debating with himself what mighty mischief could ensue If he were to ask a lady to accept half his chaise. And the very modernest traveller may have some tender scruples about bis swift and rhythmic tandem tricycle, which bo will probably settle, If ho have the "chaise" and the lady's assent, as Sterne did, by trying the experiment. There is a period in the life of every young man, no doubt, when the old style chaise with its snug side-by-side sittings, its curtains, aud its adaptation to driving with one arm, is very attractive. Wh°l her tlie possible mischief bs greater or less, has not yet been fully debated at the clubs. But the openness of the tricycle, and its demand for graceful, lithe and alert occupation for hands and feet of both riders, have their compensations. A man may prefer a bicycle In Octo jcr and November, or even i...
THACKERAY'S REPLY TO AN INVITATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
THACKERAY'S REPLY TO AN INVITATION. Had l but I'll minutes BOODtf Got v --ir hOfplMb.6 line. 'Tw'iuld liny.i beii'i delight anil honour With a Kent iikn jfon to dim*; Itut my iv nt il in p used to others, Fit-, be li sngftK-dtoo: Agoiiv mv bosom imotberf, An 1 write adit&gt;ii, adieu. — From "Unpnb'ish'd Letter* of Thatkeray," in Scribiier'n Maynzine.
A Disinfectant. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
A Disinfectant. The patent carbolic purifying powder offered for sate liy MM-r-i. .tunltti A White, Central square, is considered tho bent disinfectant In the market and In highly recOfflmsfldsd by the boit modlcal authority. On ilih principle that au ounce of prevention la worth a pound "f cure, DO family can afford to be without thin dinii&gt;f» , &lt;'tant at thin seaBon,
A DOMESTIC PROBLEM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
A DOMESTIC PROBLEM. " A woman's education Is a mistake from beginning to end," said Rozy Stephens, In a sudden outburst of despair. "Yes, it is. Here have I been going 'to school all my life, and I don't know anything. There never could have been," Roxy deliberately added, "even in tbe Dark Ages, such an ignoramus as I am. I don't even know bow to feed tbe chickens properly," as a downy colony of little "Dominique*" scattered this way and tbat before the mass of scalded meal which Roxy had flung too abruptly into their midst, while the mother hen, sounding a trumpet-note of shrill alarm, scuttled back against the picketfence, with flapping wings and feathers all a-brlstle. The door-yard, starred with yellow dandelion blooms and tufted with rosettes of plantain leaves, was steeped ƒ— the soft noon heats; a chetaux-de-frite of pink and puce-colored hollyhocks guarded the garden wall, and a faint scent of ripening raspberries floated on the air. Down by the maple swamp cow-bells tinkle...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A CO., boston, _fl ! !! .immoimiu lira nroiriu or J;| FINE ATHLETIC GOODS. We :::::i:::::::::::::j jr L » wn Term, » * specialty. ■ : T J " 'JmmT The NKW CAM &lt;RIDGE i« a rival to o.r -j. j^—- eelebrausd Peerle.., Climax and Champion—Favor~aM mpmm fig, s*»**" lie. at Harvard and other College, and with loading aaaaaaaavava - a*"* Club, throughout the Country. HORACE PARTRIDGE &amp; CO, 497-499 Washington St., Boston. LAMSON &amp; HUBBARD, MANCITACTriIKIIS AND HKTAII.KHS. *- _._—,lH_. * _■ ■ ■ I l_l_B * Hflaßaaal __ ■ ■■ X _* aaaaaaaaßß la_l__l X) _____■ B .'■ lf__H__ m B____a &lt; fl l| 7 x W 2 (J "V■ ~* Jl— iavSt* - * -&lt; Corner BEDFORD anil KINUNTON Street., BOSTON. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure In the correct styles by sklltal workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON &amp; CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, "~ Drapery Materials, j|2Lfflflß]fc Window Shades, etc. Kti v ? M ."' th * Ur «« l »&gt; ooll.ctlon. of th* above gaods vi ■WlLO— found at our new and elegant .tore, where every ao*. ■T venlenoe for the .election of good. I. olTerad. _j£ SP **H,' Jf'* ,Uoll *'" ,n l " " , " rur*l»hl*t of PilvM* K«*a. rQjV WaaKXc—PxxxTSl Nl—f Sltllnat*. given if de.lred, and oompetent men &gt;.ut to Wt 17rXXA'_XXX&gt;*ll nfllg* examine Slid execute tbe work. |P j jnTTXT g||| LOWEST CASH PRICES. yi Boston Wall Paper Co., WM. A. CORSE, Manager, ao SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF GOODS" Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low price., without any regard to durability, appear to eaten the publle. A long experience In business prove, to us that firat-cIaM good, pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETS li now complete, and we are offering FIRST-OLVSS GOODS, of the leading manufacturer., at prices lower than ...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
W. B. HASTINGS &amp; CO., FIRE INSURANCE AGENCY. 89 Cambridge St., East Cambridge. 7 Exchange .Place, Boston. Office Hours, Botton,! to 3 I*. M. A. BLAIBDELL, (our authorized Agent), 478 Somerville Avenue. Somerville. We are tbe ageots of tlie HOLTOKL MUTUAL FIKK INSUKANCK CO. of Salem, with the largest assets of any mutual company in the State. Surplus as regards Policy Holders $634,246.04 Dividends on Policies for one year 20 per cent. Dividends on Policies for three years...4o per cent. Dividends on Policies for Aye years 60 per ceut. Special attention given to insuring Dwellings, Household Furniture, Burns and Contents. Orders by mall promptly attended to. For tbe convenience nf parties tn tbe vicinity, risks taken or any Information concerning Insurance given at residence, 5 Russell St., North Cambridge. Mass. CHARLES W. SEVER, Insurance Agent, UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE, Harvard Souaro. Insurance placed In the moac desirable corapanlei al favorable rates. FIRE INSURANCE COMP...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permlu have been issued from the office of superintendent of buildloirs: 697-Himlin R. Harding, Pleasant street, Ward Four, block of two bouses, 40 ft. by 68 ft. 6 In.; James Fogerty, architect; Charles F. Nowell, builder. 508— E. D. Brooks/bordering on Harriion, School and Moore streets, Ward Two, block of two brick houses, 00x65; Mr. Phlpps, architect. _ • '. 699—Antonio Gomes, Vine street, Ward Three, wood house, 21x33; Manuel Sears, builder. 600—Bright A Davis, 320 and'32B Broadway, Ward Two, alteration, 18x4; E. J. Packard, builder. 601—Proctor Brothers, Smith's wharf, on' Bridge street, Ward Three, stable for more than four horses, 25x56. 602—Adolf H. Orausteln, Vine street, Ward Three, stable and sleeping rooms, 69x40; D. McDonald, builder. 603—George W. Gale, 338 and 848 Main street, Ward Four, building for storage of lumber, 100x20. 604— Mrs. Mary Galvin, Prescott street, Ward One, wood house, 88 ft. by 24 ft. 9 in; James Fogerty...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
On Brattle street, adjoining the Longfellow mansion, Hr. J. G. Thorpe, Jr., is building a large and handsome residence. The plan of the house Is as follows: Through a large seinl-circular porch, one will enter a vestibule finished in oak, opening into the main hall, a large apartment, also with oak finish. On the right is the library, finished in mahogany, with an oak floor and a large open iire-place. In the rear of the library is the dining-room, separated from it by a passage-way opening on the side piazza. The dining-room wlllv.be also finished in ink. On the left of the main hall is the parlor, which will have a painted white-wood finish with an oak floor. In the tear of the house there will be a china closet, the kitchen, servants' hall, lavatory, etc., all having hard pine flnlslr, with the excep Mon of tbe china closet, which will be finished in cherry. The main staircase will be directly opposite the front entrance, thus giving a very handsome effect. On the second floor is...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Lexington. A spirited meeting of the Lexington Temperance Union was heli! at the Unitarian Church on Sun lay evening. Robert P~. Clapp, Esq., has opened a law office in Norrls's block, where he will bo found three evenings In the week. Mr. Fred S. Saville, son of the town clerk, was married on Wednesday, the 4th Inst,, to Miss M. A. Meleney, Rev. C. A. Staples officiating. Everett W. Locke was seriously Injured by his fractious horse In front of his store, last week, a wrist and a rib being broken, with other painful wounds from the horse's hoofs. The "Field and Garden Club" held a meeting on Wednesday evening, at which many new members were voted in, and a committee, consisting of James 8. Munroe, Cornelius Wellington and L. A. Saville, was appointed to take the care of the common under the vote of the town at the last town meeting, appropriating $200 to be expended under the direction of this club. Lexington owes much to the influence ami labors of this club, formed some twenty ye...
West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
West Somerville. Look out for a good time In the vestry of the Third Universalis! Church the last of the month. The dslry-roalds' festival held at the Daystreet Congregational Church was quite a success, having cleared about seventy dollars. The entertainment was repeated last Thursday evening. The annual Sunday School sociable was held In the vestry of the Third Universalist Church, Monday evening. The children sat down to a bountiful collation which (to all appearance*) they all enjoyed. Bonbons were distributed lo each one as they marched to the tables, and when they were seated with their bright colored caps on their heads they presented a very pretty sight. Various games were indulged In and a very merry time was passed.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
Alfred Anderson, wire recently opened the furniture itore at 53S Main atreet, hai met with suooe&gt;. and haa therefore como to stay. Ho haa Jurat added a complete line of refrigerators In alt sizes which be propose, to .ell at figures within the reach of all. Housekeeper.! Try Havana once for cleaning.