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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
JOHN P. BQUIRE &amp; CO., DIILIII IB PORK, LARD", HAMS, Tripe, Sausages, rigs' Feet, Also manufacturers of EXTRA LARD OIL. 21, 23 ft 25 Faneuil Hall Market and 39 and 40 North Market St. John P. Squire. Prank I). Squire. BOSTON. Fred F. Squire. EASTERN MARKET, UEADQOABTERB FOB REEF, LAMB, MUTTON, POULTRY, also Fresh, Smoked and Salt Me"»ts, Hams, Pork and Sausages, a large assortment of Canned Goods. Full line of Vegetables. Best Creamery Butter at low prices. Q. G. PURDY, 471 Main Street, -:■ Cambridgeport ENOCH BEANE &amp; CO., DEALERS IN Choice Meats, Provisions, Groceries, Fruit and Vegetables, Fish and Oysters, 906 &amp; 908 Main St., Cambridge. Telephone No. 7128. MILLER'S RIVER MARKET. We keep on hand a large stock of PROVISIONS . Of all kluds, also BEST GROCERIES, Which we mil, both wholesale and retail, at Boston prlcei. JOHN P. SQUIRE &amp; CO., PROPRIETORS, Qore St., opp. Works. E. Cambridge. KSTABi-lrtHtD 1840. RICHARDSON &amp; BAC...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
THE EXHIBITION 07 MTJHXACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST before PIUTE WILL OPEN AT'HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. RED CEDAR POBTB AND POLES, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, [OREGON PINE GUTTERS, The Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon \ Red Cedar* Shingles, ffi WBWJmmJ J A r rilK SAME PBICE SAVED WHITE CEDARjf"" '"' flfihT ' '«*Zirii . :HAKES THE MOST UtRABLEfANU LOWEST PKKfell SHINGLE KNOWN. ;£H SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. ';jj| All of the above goods can be found only with as. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. WILLIAM H. WOOD &amp; CO., Broadway and Third Street, - -.•'•.'• - Cambridgeport. mmif DECORATINO FOll Glass Day Receptions and Spreads, Lawn Parties, and All Kinds of tiatherlugs.! CAMP CHAIRS FURNISHED. FURNITURE LOANED. STUDENTS will find a market for their SECOND-HAND FURNISHINGS. LEE I*. POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON STREET, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. THE "AUTOMATIC" Blind Awning Fixture. *»-■«■. . They ventilate and cool the room, gi...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, June 10. Appleton Chapel. 4 P. M. Baccalaureate sermon to tbe senior class. Rev. Francis 6. Peabody. Monday. Board of overseers —Special meeting at No. 50 State street, Boston, at 11 A. M. Tuesday. College faculty—Meeting at University 5, 3 P. M. Thursday. Academic council —Stated meeting at University 5, 8 P. M. Friday. Class day exercises. Prayer by Rev. Francis Greenwood Peabody. Oration by Franklin Elmer Ellsworth Hamilton. Poem by Francis Sterne Palmer. Ivy oration by Francis Michael. Ode by George Pierce Baker, Jr.—Sanders Theatre, 11.30 A. M. At 0.30 A. M. the senior class will assemble In front of Holworthy Hall and march to Appleton Chapel, where prayer will be offered by tbe Rev. F. G. Peabody, Pluminer professor. At 10.30 Sanders Theatre will be open to those having tickets. At 11.45 the senior class will ro-assemble In front of Holworthy and inarch to the theatre, where the exercises will occupy nearly two hours. From 2 to 6 P. M. th...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
At present, examinations and preparations for class day engross tbe minds of all to such an extent that but little else Is going on. On Wednesday, Harvard defeated Brown at Providence, at base-ball, the score being 14 to 9. Tbe Harvard Cricket Eleven defeated the Albions at Htghlandvllle ou Saturday, by a score of 57 to 26. The students at the final examinations in French 1, last week, had to translate "Mary Had a Little Lamb" In full into French, as one of the exercises. The project of a summer school of physics this year has been abandoned. The standing committee of electors of Harvard College have reported tbe following result of the ballots for nomination of overseers: Whole number of ballots received, 1472; James Russell Lowell has 985; Theodore Lyman, 888; Francis G. Lowell, 809; Benjamin A. Gould, 502; Alexander McKeuzie, 490; Leverett S. Tuckerman, 490; John Lowell, 439; Samuel Hoar, 396; Darwin E. Ware. 342; Henry P. Waleott, 806; Edward H. Hall, 200. Theodore Lyman having ...
Commencement at Tufts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Commencement at Tufts. The thirtieth annual commencement of Tufts College was held Wednesday. Goildard Chapel was well filled. There were five addresses by graduates, after which the degrees wore conferred by President Capen. The following honorary degrees were conferred: Master of arts, i&gt;v. A. E. White of Cambridge, John A. Hall of Providence, Elbridge S. Brooks of Boston; doctor of divinity, Rev. E. J. Young of Cambridge, Rev. C. H. Eaton of Newton, Rev. H. I. Cushman of Providence; doctor of laws, Lattimer W. Ballou of Woonsocket.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Masten &amp; Wells call attention to th. arrangement for their great Fourth of July sate of tireworks, which bus already begun In good earnest. TbeynlTara large variety of the best goods, at moderate prices. Messrs. Howard W. Spurr &amp; Co. of Boston, who are the New England agents for tbe celebrated Kiißn Soap, request all wno nr. unable to 11 ul tbe KuKo Soap to send tbeni a card lor Information.
CHILDREN'S SUNDAY. North-Avenue Universalist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
CHILDREN'S SUNDAY. North-Avenue Universalist Church. At the North-avenue Universalist Church, Sunday morning, the pastor, Rev. Dr. C. W. Biddle, preached especially to the children, in recognition of the popular custom of tbe day. There was a large audience, particularly of those for whom the services were directly intended. Six persons, including three infants, two children and a mother, were baptized. Tbe pulpit and platform of the church were decorated In honor of tbe occasion, among the designs being a harp of daisies and a cross of wild flowers. In the evening the Band of Mercy, an organization within the Sunday School, formed for the purpose of preventing cruelty to animals, held a concert. There were recitations by Ethel Boynton, Grade Mason, Bertie Bunion, Maggie Pursall, Bessie Dudley, Master Deunison, Harry and Bessie Piper and Bertha Hunnewell, a reading by Miss Smith, a song by Miss Simmons and the infant class gave an exercise. Miss Fannle Bowers read the first annual r...
North-Avenue Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
North-Avenue Congregational Church. Children's day is always an occasion of special interest at the North-avenue Congregational Church, and last Sunday was no exception. The pulpit was profusely decorated with both garden and wild flowers and the arrangement of the flowers reflects great credit upon the taste of the committee in charge. There was a large attendance of children at the morning service and the front pews were specially assigned to them. The pastor, Rev. W. S. Alexander, D. D., prea lied to Ihe children from tho text, "Wist ye not that I must be about my Father's business?" In a very Interesting sermon he impressed upon the children, first, that Jesus was a reverent child; second, that He always knew God as His Father: third, that in nis childhood He realized that His Father had given Him a work to do, and £I« wanted lo set about it right away. Appropriate music was rendered by the choir of the church, under direction of the chorister, Prof. C. L. Capen. The afternoon w...
First Universalist church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
First Universalist church. Tho annual floral concert of the First Universalis Church look place last Sunday "veiling, with a very large attendance and perfect success. The opening anthem by the choir, with solo by Mr. George Monroe, having been sung, and responsive scrinture reading by the school, prayer was offered by ihe pastor, wltb a response anil prayer by the infant class In unison. A selection by the choir followed, the superintendent, Mr. George Cluse, In a short address, giving a synopsis of the »ork of the school, I s efllclenry ami nuinVrs. The membership is 518, average attendsnee 390, with several teachers who have been connected with the school more than fifty years. Singing by the school Intersp-rsed the exercises of the evening, that by the infant class being especially pleasing. Hiss Lizzie Wells gave the first iccltalion, "Beautiful Lilies," while Marion Cade and Elsie McLeod told "Who Made the Kowers." Four members of the infant ilass told of "What I Love." Estell...
Grace M. E. Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Grace M. E. Church. At tlie Grace M. E, Church, Magaiine street, cbiMron's Sunday was oliservcil by appropriate exercises in the evening, wllch were conducted by the superintendent, Mr. George E. Severance. The order of eleroises began as follows: Organ voluntar; by Mrs. I'oitcr; anthem, "I will • the name of the Lord," by the choir e by the pastor; Mr. 11. J. Putter Hi „. sitK a solo, entitled "The Twilight Falls," Mug assisted in tlie churns by a quartern' cimposed of HISS Haltie Caldwell, Mr. and Irs. Comey and Mr. S. A. Leonard. Kcspoisive reading by Ihe superintendent and sciool was followed by the superintendent's rept t, in which he thanked nil frionds of ihe church for the interest which they Had manifested in the welfare of tho scl 1 luring the past year, and Imped to he aide n ,1 short time tn show the public the bcsl runday School in the city. Ho thought Lore was a large Held for the school tn wnrkin, as Ward Four had Increased five thntis.nd In population since the lastj...
Wood Memorial Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Wood Memorial Church. The exercises at the Wood Memorial Church opened with an organ voluntary by Mr. W. E. Thomas, followed by sinking by the school, reading of scripture, and a prayer by the Rev. Mr. Eddy of Middleboro. The "Children's Day Chorus," by fourteen young misses, was followed by a recitation, entitled "Wanted Now," by Eddie Abbott; the choir then sang "iVelcome to Spring," Miss Nellie A. Uayden presiding at the piano; a recitation, entitled "The Dew Drop," by the primary department, was followed by a trio, entitled "Evening Song," by the Misses Peterson, McClellan and Peterson; recitation, "My Daisies," by Victoria Olsen; chorus, "Lily Bells," by a class of young ladies, with Miss Emmie Hayden as pianist; exercises by ihe primary class, consisting of singing and recitations', aud a song by ihe school, entitled "The Banner of Tmmanuel;" twelve young misses then recited "The Trees of the Bible;" ihe anthem, "I will love Thee, O Lord," was then sung by the congregation, af...
Harvard-Street M. E. Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Harvard-Street M. E. Church. The Harvard-street M. E. Church, last Sunday, was profusely decorated with choice flowers and potted plains, and with its array of Utile children in bright-colored drosses formed a veiy pretty picture. The exercises consisted of singing by the school, the infant class, and by separate classes; addresses by the pastor and Dr. 11. O. Marcy; responsive readings and recitations by the following members of the school, each representing a separate class: Emma Lowe, Edgar Parinenier, librlha and Alice Bard well, Grace Turner, Lulu Smith, (icorgie Campbell, Maud Durrell, Grace Parker, Minnie Drake and others. A pretty feature was presented in the shape of a floral eros; starting with a frame, each class added its offering of flowers when called upon by lion. 11. O. Houghton, until a beautiful anil massive floral cross had been completed. Singing by the congregation closed I he exercises.
Inman-Square Chapel. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Inman-Square Chapel. Children's Sunday was appropriately observed at the lonian square Chapel last Sunday evening. Tlie exercises opened by the slnglngiif the hymn, "The Springtide," by th ' congregation; then followed a prayer by the pastor: readiiigo'scripture; an ex-r--clse, entitled "Silent Preachers," by members of ihe school, in which reference was made to the death of tlie late librarian, Mr. Burton After an ml Iress by Mr. Hoibrrt 1,, ('aulkins on "Fl &gt;wers and Wli.u They Teach," the service was closed by singing "To (Lai be Ihe Glory" by thecongicgation. The platform was profusely decorated with flowers. An attractive feature of tbe evening was the sinning by a select quintette, "Be not Deceived," which was rendered in a very touching manner.
Prospect-Street Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Prospect-Street Church. Children's Sun lay at the Prospect-street Congregational Cbuicb was observed by a special sermon at 10.30 A. M. preached by the pastor. The. platform was elaborately decorated with choice flowers and potted plains, wbile baskets of lliwers were suspended from each chandelier. A floral design was received from the prisoners at the East Cambridge jail, consisting of a star suspended on a standard, which was made entirely of daisies. The evening programme consisted of an organ voluntary, a processional hymn, responsive readings, recitations and solos.
Pilgrim Congregational Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
Pilgrim Congregational Church. Children's Sunday was observed a', the Pilgrim Church, Magazine street, by a special service for the children al three o'clock. An elegant Hible, bnuutl in d irk morocco, was presented to eacli member, over seven years of age, who had been baptized since 1872. On tlie cover of each was the inscription, "Pilgrim Church to a child'of tho covenant," and on the fly leaf was the recipient's name. The floral decorations were unite elaborate ami very tastefully arranged.
East Cambridge Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
East Cambridge Methodist Church. The exercises al tho Eist Cambridge Methodist. Church consisted of recitations and singing hy the children, and an address by Secretary Mcsser nf the V. M. 0. A., who related the ex|ieriences of his boyhood days in a veiy entertaining manner. The church was profusely decorated with flowers, anion.; the floral pieces being a Bible made en Irely of daisies. Tlie attendance was good.
West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
West Somerville. Rev. I). T. Wyman is taking his vacation at Bradley Falls, Me. He was obliged to go to Oldtown to ufllcia'c at the mairiage of Mrs. Wyman's niece. Miss Grace M. Bean, who was wiih Ibein at. West Sotnervlllc last winter. Willie llierc ho concluded to stop three or four weeks, thus taking bis vacation earlier in the season thin usual. Mrs. Wyinau Is with him. In his absence his pulpit will be furnished with supplies. The I',uk avenue M. E. Sunday School observed children's day last .Sunday. The church was tastefully trimmed with flowers and pot plants. The pastor, Rev. A. R. Nichols, preached an appropriate sermon in the illuming, and a Urge audience g itheied In the evening to listen to the Sunday School concert, consisting of music, recitations, dialogues, reading, etc., all nf which was very creditable and interesting. Mr. 11. R. Glover of Cambridge wits present and addressed the school, to tho great delight and satisfaction of both young and old.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
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