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Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Lacrosse. Cambridge plays South Boston a ptactice game on Ihe Fort Washington grounds this afternoon at 5.ti1l o'clock. South Boston is playing a great game, and if Cambridge intends to win, Individual play must he dispensed with and a strictly pass game played. The Cambridge and Waltham clubs are to play an exhibition game of lacrosse on Decoration day nn the grounds of the former club, at the corner of Allston and Waverly streets, at 10 A. M. The following is a list of the Cambridge players ami their positions ill this game: Goal, !•'.. T. Phelan; point, I). M. Bruce; cover, R, T. Barr; defence. Yon Kmden, George P. Cooley, Kre.l W. Jacobs; Centra, John Mullen; allack. A. X. Creolman, .1. C. Clancy, W. A. Crocker; Home, .1.,1. Ahem and George PltTlqUlll,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
Mr. Frank I.j-nes finding that bis professional duties ohllgo bird to remain In Boston iluitng ll.e grealer part of the coming summer, announces that tie will receive pupl's In pianoforte and organ playing, hartnooy and OOTOpoSUIOn. Mr. Arthur C. llaiiscotn bus opened olllees for Bra and marina Insurance at 32 Kliby street, Boston, and nttt:iK Norlh avenue, Cambridge.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 13. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1887.-TEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CEKT6. PUBLISHED BVEBT BATURDAT AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. gibsorlptlon for on* year, . .. . *2.60 Single Oopit 6 oent ' By mall free of Postage. THK TiiincNK 1* printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches Boheorlber* In Cambridge, Boston, and tbe towna of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five oents a copy, at ihe following news stands: Old Oamiibiikie: Am'ee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J, H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambbidoepobt: Mr. Shedd, 65* Main street; 0. E. French, Ms Main street; F. L. Beunke, DOS Main atreet and 27 Hlver street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Oreenleaf, 469 Main atreet; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; 1. P. Thomas, IS4 Harvard atreet; H. B. Ingalls, 249S Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge It. H. Transfer Station, West Boston Bridge. No...
Exercises at Memorial Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Exercises at Memorial Hall. The day's celebration beiran early. Post ofl, in pursuance of the custom in vogue for several years, visited Memorial Hall at Harvard College at H o'clock, and after listening to prayer by Chaplain Hitchcock and an address by Comrade George F. Piper, decorated with silk flags the twenty-eight tablets in the transept and the busts of Generals Lowell and Bartlett. Tlie exercises were attended by half a hundred students and a few citizens and ladies. Comrade Piper's address, which we take pleasure in reproducing, will be read with interest by those not fortunate enough to hear It. Al the conclusion of the exercises at Memorial Hall Ihe members of the post took cars for Elmwood avenue, where they joined the other posts In Ihe short march to the cemetery.
Address by Comrade G. F. Piper. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Address by Comrade G. F. Piper. Comrades: ASOther year has passed since last we assembled in these halls. A year fraught with heartfelt joys to mine, fraught with deep sorrows to others. Changes have come, such as the progress of time always brings. Many of our comrades of the Grand Army, who, a year ago, stood wilh us In line, in this our Memorial day, and with us then paid the yearly tribute to their departed comrades, have gone from us. Logan, soldier and statesman, has left us and joined his numberless soldiers whom ho led lo victory from Vlcksburg to Atlanta. Stannard who, wilh his brave Vermont troops, helped break tlie fearless charge of Pickett's troops at Gettysburg, is gone. And in many a village and hamlet throughout the great Ninth, the new-made graves in the cemeteries maik the last resting place of those who were once out comrades in arms. Tbey have performed their life's work, and in that life's work they cannot point to anything achieved witli greater pride or wllh g...
The Memorial Tablets. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
The Memorial Tablets. The following names appear on the marble tablets in Memorial Hall, and represent the sons of Harvard who fought and died in their country's defence: 1828-Jamea Samuel Wadiworth, 8 May, lain, Wilderness, 1833-Fletcher Web-ter, 30 August, 1562, Hull Run. IKU-Clisrl-s Henry Wheelwright, 30 Julr, 1863. IKl7—Jllines Richardson, 10 November, 186.1. 1841—Charles Francis Simmons, Februarr, 1862. IM2-Wllllam Logan R. dman, 27 May, 1803, Port Hudson. 184.1—Arthur Buckmlnster Fuller, 11 December, 18112, Fredericksburg. 1841-Kbenezor I'lon-e Hinds, IT August. 1882. 1841—Peter Augustus Porter, 3 June, 18114, Cold Harbor. 1848-Kara Ripley, 28 July, 1861. IBM-Moutgotnery Ritchie, 7 November, 1881. 1847—Edward Hotchinsoo Hobbtna Revere, 17 September, 1862, Antietam. 1848-John Franklin Goodrich, 4 .lime, 1863. 1848-Luclus Maullu. Sargout, 0 December, 1861, Ilelleilehl, Va. IK4S-Wllllam Oliver Stereos, 4 May, 1863, Chancelloraville. 1849-Bverelt Peabody, 6 April, 1862, Pitt.burg...
LAW SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
LAW SCHOOL. 1848—George Duucan Wells, Ll November, ISOI, Cellar Creek, Va. 1855-Georjie Allien Gerrlsh, 1 September, 1866. 1857-Charle. Peleg Chandler, 30 June, 1862, Richmond, Va. 186—Nelson Bartholumew, 21 November, 1861. lass-Ari il Ivers Cuininiugs, 9 September, 1863, Heinpsted, Texas. 1858-Siniuel Fay Woods, 26 June, 11864, Tledmour, Va. 18511—Henry Duana, 1:1 September, 1862. 16511—Thomas Ky.raoo Huyoes, 1862, Virginia. 1839-1 homaa Swan Tiumbull, 30 Maroh, 1866. 1860—William wteeler, 22 June, 1864, Marietta, Va. 1861 --Thomas Albert Henderson, 1 August, 1864, Deep Bottom, Va. 1861—William Lowell Potoam, 22 October, 1861, I all's Bluff, Va. 1862—George Waterman Arnold, 8 December, 1862. MKOtl At. M'llOOl.. 1835-Johu Lawrence Fox, 17 December, 1664. 1843—Francis Miller McLcllao, 12 November, 1863. lsls-Saninel I.oe Blgelow. 1 November. 1862. 1852-Joshua denies Ellis. 17 March, 1663. 1553-Wllliam Henry Heath, 23 August, 1664. lasli-1 ra Wilson Bragg, 21 October, 1864. 1860 John ...
Local Parade in East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Local Parade in East Cambridge. P. Steams Davis Post 57 of East Cambridge indulged in a parade through the principal streets of Ward Three before starting for llie cemetery. The post was accompanied by the Liwrence Light Guard Drum Corpa. The mute nf the procession was as follows, starting from (J, A. R. Hall on Cambridge street at S o'clock: Through "Cambridge to Sixth, to Thorndike, to Fifth, to Oils, to Fourth, to Tlionidike, to Second, to Cambridge, to Bridge, In Third, Jjs Olis, lo Fifth, lo Cambridge, to Eighth, where cars were taken for Cambridge Cemetery. There was considerable decoration along the route.
Decoration of the Graves. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Decoration of the Graves. The four posts, headed by Carter's band, and accompanied by the Sons of Veterans and drum corps, formed a procession on Elnwood avenue, after alighting from the cars, and marched through Elm wood avenue, Mt. Auburn street anil Coolldge avenue to Cambridge Cemetery, direct to the soldiers' lot, within llie circular confines of which they gathered. As they filed in upon the greensward llie band performed the "March Kunfehre," by Chopin. His Honor Mayor Kussell, General X. W. Hincks, President Corcoran of llie com in in council, the orator and chaplain of the day, were stationed near the entrance lo the lot as the procession passed ill by twos. After all had eutcird the chaplain, Key. W. H. Thomas, D. I)., offered an impressive prayer, following which the band rendered "Under tin' Weeping Willows." The members of llie pints were then despatched in details to various parti of the cemetery to decorate the graves, enough remaining within I hi'soldiers' lot to att...
The Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
The Parade. It was nearly 1 o'clock when the procession moved. The forming of the line took place on North avenue, right resting on Beech street, opposite Porter's Hotel. The novelty of a parade In this part of the city on Memorial day was enough to attract a large crowd to the vicinity, and the avenue from the starting point to the depot wa crowded with spectators. The line moved in tbe following order: Platoon of police under command of Sergeant Pollen, conslaitog of Patrolmen Furbusli, McCrebao, Wblte, Corcoran, Roper, lllggln. aud Brennan. Commander w. H. H. Hoere ol Poat 86. chief marshal, assisted by the folloivlng staff: Chief of staff, P.Allen Lludsey of Post 30; adjutant, Jonas F. Capelle, Post 57; aids. Albert 1.. Norris, Post 30; Augustus P. Clark, Poet 56; William 11. Eveletb, Host 66. Carter's Band of Boston, twenty-Are piece*, T. M. Carter, leader. Company B, Fifth Regiment, M. V. M., three officer* and fifty enlisted men, Captain Thomas i. Hendersou commanding; Lieute...
Decorations Along the Route. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Decorations Along the Route. There were several flags displayed along Brattle street. A solitary flag was observed along the whole distance of Harvard street over which the procession passed. It was suspended from the house of Dr. F. W. Whlttcmore. On Lee street tbe residences of Rev. E. M. Gushee, Francis L. Pratt, Representative lieunink, Richard Matthews, William H. Raymond and George W. Burditt were! taslefully decorated with flags] and bunting. On Main street flags were displayed from Dr. Clark's, Dr. Chase's and Dr. Norris's residences, the Conservatory of Music, Mr. 11. S. Andros's drug store aud Mr. J. H. Stevens's store. Gen. Shepard's residence was almost hidden beneath bunting, and the motto, "Welcome to the Veterans," occupied a conspicuous location. The houses numbered. 730 and 744 were also marked with the Stars and Stripes. While not elaborate the decorations along the route of the procession were quito numerous, particularly on North avenue, where the procession pass...
Decoration of Graves at North Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Decoration of Graves at North Cambridge. A detail of ten members from each post, except John A. Logan Post, which only sent half that number, visited the Catholic Cemetery at North Cambridge, early in tlie morning, and decorated Ihe graves of the dead soldiers burled there. Below is a list of the persons whose graves were decorated which have stones to mark them. A great many graves that were decorated are unmarked. rah ill. Peter Homier, died Aug. 18, 1963, aged 26. Andrew Randall, U. S. X., died Jon. 18, 1865, aged 611. John Stlnsnn. died Dec. 14, I-61. aged 62. .lames MoNully, died Aug. 11, 1851, aged 67. .Mm O'Brien, died Nov. ml, 18.VI, aged 24. Andrew FUzsiiumnna. Patrick O'Connell, U.S. N. ll'Kcefe. Hartnett. ■ Toner. Lynch. Thomas Fitzgerald, died Sept. 34, 1862, aged 24. X. .1. Nnrcott, died July lv. 186.1, aged 111. .folio P. Nugent, died May la, 1874, aged 32. Timothy SuTllTan, aged 32, ,lohn Sullivan, ngod 2S. T. A. Dnhcrty, Co. 11, 21st Mass. Kelley. Humphrey Desmond, d...
Decoration of the Monument in the Soldiers' Lot. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
Decoration of the Monument in the Soldiers' Lot. As usual the women of the relief corps were not forgetful of the dead heroes. Corps 00, connected with P. Steams Davit Post 67, contributed two pillows, one each In memory of P. Steams Davis and General Logan, which were laid upon the monument In the soldiers' lot, and Corps 27, connected with W. H. Smart Post 30, contributed a bouquet dedicated to General Logan, besides filling the vase on the monument. The committee from Corps 66 having the decorations in charge consisted of Mrs. P. W. Knights, Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Anna Marsh, Mrs. Hlne and Mrs. Gallagher. The committee from Corps 27 consisted of Mrs. Nannie Martin, Mrs. Shattuck, Mrs. Cox, Mrs. Fulton, Mrs. Fairfield and Mrs. Copeland. Besides tbe decorations of tbe monument by the relief c rps, Jonas C. Wellington Camp, Sons of Veterans, contributed a crescent surmounted by a star dedicated to General Logan, and Mrs. Gallagher contributed a wreatli of Immortelles.
The Collations. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 4 June 1887
The Collations. After the dismissal of the procession, Post 66 repaired to Its hall on Quincy square, Post 57 to its hall iv East Cambridge, Post 30 to Temple Hall, and Post 180 to Odd Fellows Hall, where each had a collation. The escort was divided up among the posts, Company B, First Regiment, dining with Post 187; Company B, Fifth Regiment, wllh Post 66; lh» Suns of Veterans with Post 30, and the Fifth Regiment Drum Corps with Post 57.