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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
The Boston branch of P. Cenlemerl &amp; Co., gl »ye nskers, Is at No. 1 West siren, Boston, under the management of Mr. C. H. Phillips, who was for years the glove buyer of Messrs, .lordan, Mnrsh St Co. Tlie stoic is centrally lOMted and U very liHiul-Miio'iy appointed. Th* Ceutemerl kid gloves ate absolutely perfect In wearing qualiiie" and tit elegautlv, while the. are ,&gt;tr-roil hi prices w dob are much lower than are a«ked for MOOnd or third rate goods. Mr. X. If, Perry, the house* painter, Is engaged this week on liouser- for Mr. Benton of Spring HID, Somerville, aud also on the Episcopal church at Spring Mill. Mr. A. Yeretsky, 63 Cambridge street, Boston, Is ottering some Hue patterns of suitings In spr'ng and summer go ds, *t prices that are n*tonl.-hlngly low.
In the Open. On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
In the Open. On the Water. The Harvards have disposed of an eight to the Union Boat Club. Jimmy Neat of the Bradfords has returned from New York, and is now rowing stroke for a Bradford crew. The Bradfords have bought the eightoared shell which was rowed by the victorious '87 crew In the recent class races. The price paid wss S2OO. Tbe Bradfords will probably be represented in the New England regatta by an eight, a senior and junior four, two senior singles, and two or three junior singles. Jack Lynch of the Riversides, who has been out of town, has returned lo work in Cambridge and resumed rowing. It is his intention, if he can get in condition, to start in the junior race on June 17. A large delegation from the Riverside Boat Club accompanied their tug-of-war team to the Belmont Rowing Association's entertainment at East Boston, last Monday night, and were jubilant at their victory over the North End team. Among other attractions, George Hnsmer and John McKay gave a very interesti...
Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Base-Ball Notes. The Y. M. C. A. team will play at Chelsea today. In this city la,t Saturday: Bristols, 17; Stars, 15. Blgelows, 30; Diamonds, 11. Star juniors, 25; Pines, 21. The Oxfords of North Cambridge and the Noble School nine from Boston played an exciting game of ball on Cambridge Common, last Saturday, the Oxfords winning, 10 to 8. The Garflelds have reorganized with the following players: Starke, c.; Tracy, p.; Fiskc, lb.; Ashton, 2b.; Hovey, 3b.; Bacon, k. s.; Small, r. f.; Jenkins, c. f.; Sias, 1. f. They have already won four out of five frames, ami will play the Lees on the common today at 10 I*. M. Merlie Hacketl arrived in this city last Tuesday on a short visit home. He is in the best of health and has been playing good ball since tins season opened. He says the trouble with Ihe Indianapolis team is that the "stars" are not doing as well as they should. Hacketl caught yesterday for his team ami will also catch Tuesday. Last Saturday was all that could bo desired fur...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
Cycling Notes. Last Sunday's run of the Cambridge Club was to Jamaica Pond. Several members of the Cambrldgep irt club made a run to Wellesley last Sunday. The Wheelmen's Hecnrd of Indianapolis, Ind., advueatos tbe election of Herbert W. Hayes of ihls city tn the office of vice president of the L. A. W. The Camtiridgeiiort club will probably lay out a new course for its Memorial day road race, as the road between Newton Centre and Needham is now in very bad condition. Atameelingof Ihe Eastern Koad Club executive coiiniiiitee, Il was decided to run the first race, twenty-five miles, S.itiirdav, June 11, at 8,80 P. M. All clubs Intending to join will notify W. X. Maxwell, secretary, Poilard square, Somerville. The t'.iniiiriiUe|i irt Cycle Club lias issued a neat programme card of the road race which is to In run under Us .uisiiices on May 80. The course will lie iweuty-five miles, and il is expected that it will be covered in very speedy tints. There will be five prize., for Ihe winn...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
P /royal 'straff* ~ ■ POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thl" powder i.ever varies, a marvel of purliy. sireiu'th nnd wi o;c*iomeueos More economical than iha ordinary Kinds, And nafiind b« ►Old In com ps-r Itloti with 11 ill Initio id lo * t,.s',-h"it ei^ht alum or piVfphnte powdor*. fn'd &lt;"*'.'/ »" cane. Km ai. lUkimi PttWDßttCo., lihi Well Si.;N. Y. JOSEPH LE F VfiE, HACK. I.IVKKV CipAnT.P ■toil HiIAHIII.MI i-&gt; A AJIAJW^ Niiiiiirvlll. Avenue, near P.irtST'l Station, N...11. &lt;'„mi rliig.'. Orders f r . ".flings. Funeral., Hi.-litl.lnit Turtles sis*, rsnslvn prriiiip*. .itsnlloh, .v. at night, Tsltnhnrjs 7&lt;is« CENTEMERI KID GLOVES. Ahsoliitn pstfei too, I'liiiihliieil v/111l great economy Inprle... 5..1.1 on.y i| No. 1 West Street, Boston, On. door from tt'.sli Si reel.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
fk CITY OF f . CAMBRIDGE. Ik Board or Aldbrh km, i _. m May 16tb. I*B7. J The Commlttaa on Koada and Brldgee of this board, to which waa referred tbe petition of tbe Cambridge Railroad Company for leave to lay an additional track on Brattle Street, between certain polnta named In laid petition. Reports: That tbe majority of the Committee, having given the matter of the above-mentioned petition considerable attention, and having thoroughly examined tbe premises, la of the opinion thai the pubtle convenience and necessity require that a double truck should be laid In brattle Street, to enable the railroad company to furnish a better and more frequent servt e of oars between Harvard Square and Mt. Auburn, which haa long been demaudet by the traveling publio in this vicinity. We are, however, of tbe belief that If tbe location desired tl granted, It should be only on condition tbat the old tracks be rel,.ld In the oeufeot the street and paved between ihe rails and between the trucks wit...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
REFRIGERATORS, / From $3.00 Up. Baby Carriages •££. Awnings made and put up. Carpets Taken up. Cleansed and Belaid. —' n» m LEE Hi. PO"W"ERS, 30 Boylston Street Harvard Square. riderjTof COLUMBIA BICYCLES AND TRICYCLES Constitute the majority of American riders of first-class machines. ayk\\S !m\ Have ridden aro -"d the world. i^VV^W Hole * Wor,d ' s Rocords from 1-2 to 24 miles, inclusive. Have never been able to wear out ~l\ their macnines in l 0 years of hard \of/l POPE IHF6. CO., / \ \\£r xflji** 79 Franklin Street, - - Boston. Illu.trated Catalogue Free. THE CENTRAL GLASS WORKS-LOAN &amp; KELLEY, MANUFACTURE.*- OF * Memorial Windows, Domestic Stained Glass. Original Designs for Windows, Door-Lights, etc. Office, lir&gt; Sudbury street, Ilueton. Factory at MeeUord. ROBERT ROSS «X SON, CONTRACTORS AND TEAM JOBBERS, HKIIIIV STIIKKT, CAMBKIUOK, MASS. Saml, (travel, Stone, Li'.lll, OISJ sii.l Smls Kurtrishsd. I'arllciihir attention given to Building lloails, llrmllni...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....NO. 12. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subscription for one year, , . . , $2.50 Single Copies, ...... 5 cents By mall free of Poitag.. THE TRIBUNE is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It Is for sale, at five eenU a copy, at the following new. stand.: • Oid Oambbidok: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. GAMBBiDOErOBT: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; 0. E. Frenoh, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, BUS Main street and 2T River street; F. A. Clark, oorner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Greenleaf, 400 Main atreet; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; 1. D. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. 149 V, Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 I iirna.ii square; Cambridge R. R, Transfer Station...
THE BRIDGE. CAMBRIDGE GREETS IT WITH ENTHUSIASM. Interviews with the Three Commissioners. The Coming Boom in Cambridge Real Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
THE BRIDGE. CAMBRIDGE GREETS IT WITH ENTHUSIASM. Interviews with the Three Commissioners. The Coming Boom in Cambridge Real Estate. Tbe assurance that ihe new bridge is a fixed fact Is greeted with great enthusiasm in Cambridge. Tho Tribune presents today the plan of the new bridgo, which is the one made by ex-Clly Engineer 11. M. Wightman of Boston, a portrait and sketch of the third bridge commissioner, Mr. Leander Greely, and an interview with each of the three commissbuiers. Tlie bridge is to be 2155 feel long and 70 feel wide, excepting at the draw, which is to beso feet wide. Commencing at the harbor commissioners' line, at tbe Boston side of tlie river, the bridge, for a distance of about 200 feet, is to be a wooden pile structure, with stone paving. From the end of this 200 feet of pile bridge to the harbor commissioners' line on the Cambridge side of the river the bridge will consist of iron spans supported on stone piers, and the bridge will be a deck bridge, with the exce...
Interview With Mayor O'Brien. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Interview With Mayor O'Brien. Mayor O'Hrlen, when seen by a Tribune representative, was busily engaged with matters pertaining to the bridge. The first question put to him was with regard to the fourth section of the bill, which authorizes the running of street car, over the new bridge. "That matter." ho said, "is entirely In the hands of the boards of aldermen of Boston and Cambridge. Without doubt there will be facilities for street cars across the bridge. The franchise will probably be granted to Ihe Cambridge Railroad Company, or rather lo.the West End Company, as it will be. As to raj.id transit, I have my own opinion, hut it might seem rather crude and incomplete." "What is your opinion of ihe plans of the bridge?" "I approve of thotn, especially since they have been slightly modified. As originally drawn they provided for a distance of eight feet above high water mark at the centre of each. arch. They have been changed so as to make the bridge four feet higher, thus making a ...
Interview With Mayor Russell. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Interview With Mayor Russell. "Good morning. Mr. Mayor," said the reporter. "The Tribune wishes to congratulate you on the happy settloment of the bridge question, and on the prompt aud successful organization of the commission." "It is a matter," said Mayor Russell, "on which we all agreed in Cambridge, and I believe the passago of the bill to be the most important measure for the city ihat has been enacted iv a dozen years at least. Mayor O'Brien and I met immediately afler Ihe lull was signed, anil on Friday united in the appointment; of Mr. Leander Grecly of Cambridge as third member of the commission." "I suppose Mr. Greely lias accepted the appoint ment? "I am happy to sty he has. He did not know anything about il until nine o'clock Saiunlay morning, and I was quite fearful that he might decline ill view of Ihe extensive business lin is OOndllOtlngj but I was sure be would be the right mat] foi the place, end I am great ly delighted to say that he accepts the appointment cordi...
Interview With Mr. Greely. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Interview With Mr. Greely. Mr. Leander Gretly, the third member of the new bridgo commission, selected by Mayors Rii'sell and O'Brien, was called upon by a Tribune representative, Monday afternoon, at his home, No. 18 Pleasant street. He was found busily engrossed with several biii'iling plans, which ho kindly lefl to grant Tho Tribune a pleasant interview. Afler expressing his appreciation of the honor conferred upon him by his selection lo the Important station of commissioner, and his pleasure In accepting the p. sition. he went on lo state, as announced In The Tribune last week exclusively, that the commission had organized and appointed Cily Engineer Jackson of Boston to prepare specifications and to complete Ihe plans In detail for the structure and sup.Tint.mml the construction of it. He said that the plans and specifications, while not complete in detail, had boon decided upon to all intents and purposes and would soon bo in proper shape to receive estimates for the foundati...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Mr. Leander; Greely,! the third member of the bridge commission, is a unlive of the Pine Taee State, though ho has been a resident of Cambridge for thlriv-one years. Ho wad horn in Cumberland, Me., In 1884) his father hclng a farmer. Hlh education was gained at tho public schools. He was apprenticed to a carpenter whllo in his teens, and finished learning his trade at tho &gt;im&gt; of twenty-one. In 1850 ho canto to Cambridge, where he worked as a journeyman carpenter for throe years. In 1850 ho b came associated with Mr. 0, E. Hancock under the lino name of Hancock A Gree y, and for nineteen years the Ilnn carried on an extensive business as carpenters and builders. Many important buildings were erected by them during this time. In the year following the Boston fire they built sixty-three stores In the burned district, besides a large number of buildings outside, including the Brighton abattoir, Thayer Hall at Harvard College, and the Old Ladies' Home at Cbarlestow...
MEMORIAL DAY. Full Programme of Next Monday's Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
MEMORIAL DAY. Full Programme of Next Monday's Celebration. Below will be found the revised general orders for Memorial day: MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30, 1887. OKXKHAL I.KIIKR NO. 1. Having been appointed chief marshal of the Erooe-slon on Muinorlnt day. May .tilth, 18H7, I t'r.-t.y accept the positlen and assume command. The following named comrades are berel.y appointed members of my staff upon this ocensl'»n and will be obeyed and respected accordingly: Chief of stalT, P. Allen l.lndsey. Post 30. (I. A. It.; adjutant, Julias X. Dnpalle, Posts 7. G. A. It.; aids. Dr. Albeit I„ Nnrrl", Pi .at 30; William H. Kvoleth anil Dr. A, P. Clarke of Post 66. The line will cuiisist of: Platoon of Police uniler command of Sergeant F. B. Pullen. Carter's Band of Boston. ESCORT. Company B, sth Regiment, Mass. V. H„ Captaln.T. C. Henderson commanding. Company It, Ist Regiment, Mass. V. M., Captain P. W. Dallinger commanding. Charles Beck Post SO. .1. V. Commander M. J Conry commanding. Jobn A. Logan Post...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Notes. All four posts will march together from the cars to the cemetery anil back. Past Commander George S. Evans delivers the oration at Turner's Falls, Memorial day. Mayor Hussell and the orator of the day, General Shepard, will attend the exercises at Cambridge Cemetery iv the morning. It is probable lint thero will be quite a general decoration of residences along the Hue of march, particularly on North avenue, through which the procession passes for the first time. The selections by the quartette at Union Hall iv the evening will be as follows: "Rest. Spirit, Rest?' by Hooke; "Sing Hallelujah Forth," Dudley Buck; "Prayer of Moses in Egypt," Kossini; "Batlle Hymn of the Republic," Howe. The exercises on Memorial day at Union Hall in the evening will consist of a prayer hy the chaplain, Rev. W. 11. Thomas, of Post 180, singing by the quartette, address by Mayor Russell, and the oration by General Isaac P, Shepard of Post 186, The quartette engaged to take part In the exercises at...
Experiments with an Electric Street Car. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Experiments with an Electric Street Car. Since the announcement that an electrical car was in process of construction by the Cambridge railroad at its Dutister-street shops the public has been on the gui nice to know when it was to be tested, and to see it when the exhibition came off. It was known last week to a tew of tbose most interested in the experiment that the construciion of the car, or the electrical appliances at least, was nearly completed, and it was understood by those having the work in charge that if everything was favorable a private lest would be made Sal unlay night. The dozen gentlemen who assembled on that occasion to witness the exhibition were disappointed, however, as a "short circuil" was found, or rather not found, and the trial was postponed to Monday evening, but another disappointment was encountered that evening, also. The crowd of railroad men, electric light magnates and re-xutera who had patience enough to come around Tuesday night was rewarded by th...