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Grand Mark-Down Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Grand Mark-Down Sale. Mr. A. E. Paraona, 77 Boylston atroet, llmtnn, I* offering rare Induoamenta to Indies who .pprecl.t* artistic and elegantly fitting .own* by marking down Ills French modal dro*aa* to vary low price*. The** drewe* »re from lh* moat celebrauid F.uroImaii raodlata*, and will be quickly disposed of *t largalna. Mr. Parson* la also making . cleai.no. sale of hi* slock .if foreign labile*, which Inolild* ailka, foularda, urc.iadlneH, and ..titer fa.btnuabtH and teaaouabla ttoods. Tho*o deairal.t* dr.aa uiateiutls most be sold before Mr. Psrsoni l«»*e« for Lon.lon *nd P»rl*. 'I hi* *al« I* ODS of the optMirtui Hie* of lb* *o»so i to aectira bargains In exelu. *tv«gnnd*. The high ataiullng of Hi" llouao I* * f Hamilton of the lu.porunca of tbl* aalo lo our ady roa-iarf.
In the Open. Cambridge Lacrosse Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
In the Open. Cambridge Lacrosse Association. The Cambridge Lacrosse Association was formed in the fall of 1883 by three or four of the present members, including Mr. Harry B. Hook, an old Canadian player and an ex-member of the old Boston Union Lacrosse Team, who was elected its first president. The permanent organlza'ion was not effected until the spring of 1884, when grounds were secured through the kindness of Mr. Edward Kendall, ami vigorous practice commenced as spring advanced. The first match played was with the Harvard freshmen; the Cambrldges, after an exciting contest, winning by a score of 3 to 2. The interest increased among our citizens and the membership grew in numbers. Some twelve matches were played with varying success during the summer, the Cambridge boys winning more games than they Inst, and at the close ot the season were able to defeat the Harvard University first team, 4to 0. The record of this, their first season, was considered a remarkable one, as the team...
Base-Ball Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Base-Ball Notes. The Cambridge Y. M. C. A. team plays at Lexington, June 25. The Cambridge and Chelsea Y. M. C. A. junior teams played at Chelsea, last Saturday, the Cambridge boys winning by the score of 26 to 17. The scheduled game between tho Charlestown and Lynn Y. M. C. A. teams did not take place last Saturday as advertised, on account of wet grounds. The Cambridge and Chelsea Y. M. C. A. nines played the opening game in the Y. M. C. A. league series, last Saturday afternoon, on the Star grounds, before a large audience. Cambridge was handicapped by the absence of Oxford, the regular pitcher, who broke a Anger in the last game and was from that cause unable lo play. The game was close and exciting until the seventh Inning, when the Chelsea boys pounced upon Cooley's delivery and took such a long lead that it was impossible for Cambridge to overtake it. The features of the game were the errors and batting of both teams, the back-stop work of Dyer and the excellent exhibition of...
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Cycling Notes. Twelve members of tho Cambridgeport club made the; run to Wakefield last Sunday. The first race of the Eastern Road Club will be held over the Dorchester course this afternoon. The Cambridgeport club appeared before the committee last evening to to secure entrance. Hlmeon, Caldwell and Carman would make a good team. At the meeting of the Massachusetts Bicycle Club, held Tuesday evening, the ■lotion to disband was carried by a vote of 24 to 90. A committee, composed of W. S. Hlocum, Stewart C. Miller and A. S. Parsons, Is to dispose of the property ol the club and settle up its affairs. The financial status of the club was stated as follows - Liabilities, $1*19.13; assets, $419.32; total Indebtedness, $949.81.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Infallible yeast Powder Tb* Origin.) B.klng Powdar. For over forty year* u.iriv»llad for airength, purity .nil reliability. Absolutely fre* from ailultaratlo.ia. Navar falls to mak* light and delicto..* bread with half th. quantity of oihar powdara. I* r*rf*olly hMlthful. The Baat I* alway. the Oh.ap.at. Sold by Cambridge Orooara. PBESTON ft MERRILL, Manufacturers, soiTtm, MASS., 17. a. A. CENTEMERI KID GLOVES. Abaolut* perfection, comblnad with great aoan omy In prlo*. Sold only at No. 1 Wast Straat, Boston, DM «**r from Washington SsreS*.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
REMOVAL. Carpets, Rugs. Mattings, Oil Cloths, Linoleums, etc.*i etc. Being unexpectedly obliged to more, f ofrcr my entire stock at very low prices. Some goods much below cost. FRANKLIN CROSBY, 344 Washington Street, BOSTON. E. J. H. THASK, uittn &amp; Decries, No. 174 Columbus Aye., BOSTON. Window Shades and Wire Screens A SPECIALTY. Lowest Possible Prion on Wire Screen*. Br*** anil Nickel Rod*. Good Holland Sliailo, Spring Fixture and King Complata, for 35 ut*„ SO ct*., 75 ct*. a* |4, White; $5, Colored. This Rocker is manufactured exclusively for us, and guaranteed of the finest stock. 81 to 91 Washington St., cor. Elm, BOSTON, MASS. WORCESTER BROS., 23 4 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealer* in and Manufacturers of FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. 1 5 per cent, of f Mat Price*. Shades and Draperbs Hade to Order. CPHOLBTF.RINO AMI REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. Arthur W. Cutler, GROCER. 831 Main St. T»r„«™«, Cambridge. I HAVK THK FINEST GRADE OF BREAD FLOUR 111 th* Market. 80 cts. ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 15. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1887. —- PRICE FIVE CENTS. T»CAwfudgeTribune PUBLISBBD xrERT SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Seasorlptlon for one year 12.60 Kagls Oopie 6 cents By mall free of PosUg*. Tb» Tribune is printed and mailed Friday afterBOon and and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five oents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambridge: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, llnlworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Oajibridobpobt: Mr. Sbedd, 654 Main street; G. X. French, SBB Main street; F. L. Beunke, US Main street and 27 River street; corner of Allstou and UagUlDe streets; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; A. P. Oreenleaf, W9 Main street; T. S. Preston, 464 Main street; Frank Sayre, 408 Main street; I.l&gt;. Thomas, 1M Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. 34»% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Bro...
A NOBLE GIFT. A Library Building and Spacious Grounds PRESENTED TO CAMBRIDGE BY MR. FREDERICK H. RINDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
A NOBLE GIFT. A Library Building and Spacious Grounds PRESENTED TO CAMBRIDGE BY MR. FREDERICK H. RINDGE. At Wednesday evening's meeting of tlie board of aldermen, Mayor Russell announced to the members, as soon as he bad called them to order, that he had an important communication, containing a gift to tb' city, which he desired to read before both branches. A joint convention was hold as soon as the message proposing it could be sent to the council. Again, after calling the meeting to order, the mayor announced the purpose of the assembly. The gift, he said, was the most generous, useful and public spirited that had ever been the lot of the city to receive in its whole history. He then called attention to the wellknown and urgent need of a public library and the efforts of a party of gentlemen during the past three mouths to see if a way of providing one could not be found, tie had the pleasure to announce the success of the undertaking, and that a gentleman, although not at preSHl...
Dedication of the Arlington Soldiers' Monument. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Dedication of the Arlington Soldiers' Monument. The dedication of the soldiers' monument at Arlington, yesterday, was a great event for that loan. The programme of the day consisted of a procession, iv which Ihe four (fraud Army posts of this city participated, among others, oration by Lieutenant (ioveriior Hrackclt, poem by Mr. J. T. Trowbridge, addresses by Judge Parmenler and S. G. Damon, Esq., chairman of Hie monument building committee, and the dedicatory exercises under th" direction of the local G. A. R. Post, Francis Gould No. 80. The procession formed at about 10.80 A. M. and marched over tho principal streets of the town hailing at the monument, at the junction of Broadway and Arlington avenue, while the exercises took place, after which it was dismissed. A dinner was held In a largo marquee opposite the monument, after the exercises were concluded. Tho town was brilliantly decked In bunting, nearly every bouse near the centre being trimmed mora or less extensively.
At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The Police Pay Ordinance Killed.—A Variety of Minor Business. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
At City Hall. THE BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The Police Pay Ordinance Killed.—A Variety of Minor Business. There was barely a quorum present at the regular meeting of the a'dermen,*Wednesday evening. The absentees were Messrs. Hincks, Frasler, Holton, Hutchins and Llndsey. The mayor stated on opening the meetiug that he had a coininunic aion which he desired to read before both branches of the city government, and a motion was made by Alderman Cogswell, proposing a j dut convention. While the message was being transmitted to and considered by the council, tlie board pioceeded with the regular order of business. An in vll in ion was received and accepted from Rev. Thomas Scully to attend the gradiin 1 ion exercises at St. Thomas Aquinas School on the 28th Inst. W. H. Martin petitioned for a sewer on Lopez street. E. N. Horsford petitioned for the privilege of laying paved flagging on Sparks and Craigie streets. Rose B. Munrne prayed for the removal of a troo in front of 18 Clinton street, B....
The School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
The School Committee. The regular monthly meeting of the IChool committee was held Thursday evening. In the absence of the mayor, Judge Orcutt was elected chairman, and in Dr. Wellington's absence Mr. Sanford H. Huh bard was chosen clerk pro tern. The monthly bills were approved* William A. Stone was nominated by Prof, Emerton as teacher In the Latin school, at a salary of $'.i5O, and the nomination was confirmed* Mr. Start, for tiie committee on exauiina'ion of teachers, recommended the confirmation of Julia It. Robinson as a leaclier Iv the Red-street school. She was confirmed. Mr. TIHon presented the resignation of Al'ce E, Berry of the Harvard school, which was accepted, and nominated H. A. Townsend as a teacher in the same school, at a salary of $020. Mr. Morse presented the resignation of Lizzie 0. Cnpen of the Webster school, Which was accepted. Mr. Morse, for lite Committee on salaries, reported, in regard to salaries for Ihe ensuing ye ir, thai I hey be I tie same as the pa...
The New St. Philip's Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
The New St. Philip's Church. On Sunday lasi ibis new church was used for the first time by the rec'or of St. Peter's as a second place of worship in his large and growing parish. A good congregation assembled as early as eight o'clock, Sunday iiinriilng, for the celebration of the holy communion, and at four o'clock the church. Which bad been replenished with as many extra seats as could be placed therein, was filled with an Interested congregation, many standing iv the aisles and in the porch, while as many went away, being unable to obtain entrance, The service was choral, the choir of St. Peter's Church ent- ring singing a processional hymn, ami rendering responses, The rector of Christ Church intoned the first part of evening prayer, aid tin- rector's assistant read the lessons. The rector preached on the reasons for building churches and on Ihe dignity and profitableness of divine worship. The music was arranged by Mr. 11. S. Andros, who had charge of the singing, Mrs. Andros p...
The Cambridge School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
The Cambridge School. The school on Mason street, which has been carried on by Miss Susan L. Maine and her co-workers, closed on Thursday, but there were no public exercises. The policy of the school has been to avoid everything that would give unnecessary excitement to the young ladies, and on the closing day there were simple reviews of the work of the year, with a brief address by Mr. Oilman. The school is intended to bring the best results of experience to bear on the education of girls, leaving them possessed of all the graces of the true woman added to the intelligence of the modest scholar. For the accomplishment of this purpose it has been the aim to engage as teachers women who have bad the advantage of a college training, and who are also familiar with the science of teaching as presented in our most successful Normal schools. Miss Maine herself, a graduate of Wellesley, has enjoyed boih of these methods of training, and other members of the corps of instructors represent ...
The Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
The Band Concerts. Following is the programme for the first band concert of the season, to he given on the Ward One Common on Tuesday evening, June 21. by the American Watch Company Band of Walihiui, twenty-five pieces, T. 11. Rollinson, conductor: .March, "Major Kemp," Rollinson [lit'.liciteil to Major lloiace O. Kemp, cmn-nanding First Battalion of Cavalry. M. V. Ml " l'icoolo solo, '■Flirtation,".' Muller Mr. D. L. Nash. Waltz. "From the Kliuio to the Danube," Keter Bola "Slory nl ill' War," urrsngetl hy Rollinson ["I.lie Picture," intromiting some of the nio t iioniilar songs of th,. war, performed for it e rim linn, at the estop lire In Union Hall, on the eve in*! of April 17, 1856.] Overture jnllltaire* "Tlie Oath," Auher Conceit Bolero, "Souvenir tie I'ailiz," Uoslslo lliverlisseii.eiit for Pleeolo a*.,l t.'larinets, Kline "Th- Lute Blilfl dies." Messrs. Nash, 11 owe, lllake ami Rrooks. "Ten Ml-iutes h- th the Minstrels," Bowron [Cliaracterl-tic medley, nilroiliicintf the loa...