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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 18 June 1887
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 15. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JUNE l's, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'FOabridgeTribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bnbsoription for one year, .... $2.60 Single Copies 6 oents By mall free of Postage. The Tribune Is printed end mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cambridge, Boston, and tbe towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five cents a oopy, at tbe following news stands: Old Cam iihiikie: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. auburn. Cambbidoepobt: Mr. Shedil, 6154 Main street; G. E. French, 888 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 589 Main street and 27 River .street; corner of Allston and Magazine streets; F. A, Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; M. Dow, 163 Pearl street; A. P. Greenleaf, 460 Main street; T. S. Preston, 484 Main street; Frank Sayre, 408 Main street; I. D. Thomas, 184 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. 249% Broadway; J. N. Co...
The public Schools. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. Sanders Theatre Crowded for the Graduating Exercises. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The public Schools. ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. Sanders Theatre Crowded for the Graduating Exercises. The graduating exercises of the English High School were held in Sanders Theatre on Monday evening. It was the first time that this school ever gave an exhibition separately from the Latin School, aud It was the first opportunity the new principal, Mr. F. A. Hill, has had of preparing for such an occasion in this city. No one will say, after listening to and watching the exercises, that Ills judgment 1b poor in a matter of that kind. The theatre, as it always is on such occasions, was packed from floor to balcony, and after the gates were taken away to admit those not holding tickets, encroachments began to be made on the standing room. The members of the graduating class occupied seats In a seml-clrcle upon the platform, and at their left sat Mr. Hill, the principal, and His Honor Mayor Russell. Around the front odge of the platform was a continuous row of bouquets and baskets of flowers ...
The Latin School Graduates. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The Latin School Graduates. The graduating class of the Latin School is as follows, and the members will pursue their studies next year at the institutions named: Horace Andrew Davis, Frank Webber Scaver, George Wesley Priest, Frederick William Weinschenk and' Benjamin Arthur Whlttomoro will go to Harvard; Margaret Mlnot Caret, Inez Louise Clark, Elizabeth Hews and Ada Ruth Kinsman, to tbe Harvard Annex; Annie Merrick Warren, Winifred Warren and Florence Gertrude Wentworth have already entered Boston University; George Gray Barry and John Livermore Odiorno of the second class will enter the Boston Institute of Technology. Kalph Waldo Giff&gt;&gt;rd will receive a diploma. Mr. Gifford was a member of the school three years and took his examinations for Harvard one year ago, though he has been at w.&gt;rk during the past year earning the necessary expenses before entering the university. Mr. Bradbury speaks in high terms of this voting man and predicts for him ...
The Teachers for Next Year. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The Teachers for Next Year. The teachers of the public schools, appointed las', week for the coming year, aro as follows: l.alln School—William F. Bradbury, $2,800; Thnodore I&gt;. Ailam.i, $2, ; Helen M. Allien, &gt;:i.'.n, i liarlntte 0. Barrel!, $870; Jennie S. Spring, $875; Mary C. Warren, 87R, English High School-Frank A. Hill, $2,80(1; Edwin 1.. Sarge l, 19,000) Emma P. Munroe, 11,1110; Clara A. Amies, $87.5; Jessie 1.. Cute, $950; Margarelte M. Lelgbton, $$501 Louisa P, Parker, SOW; Kite P. Richardson, «:i.',n- KinniH A. Sen.liter, $0.10; Maria X. Spare, $!!.*&gt;; Caroline A. Sawyer, $87.1. All-ton (Irammiir School — Benjamin W. Roberts, 12,0110; Miiry 1. Vinton, $700; Sm A. Bailey, $G2O; Mary it. Brigham, $020; Mary lllalr, $020; Carrie Close, $(V.&gt;il; liatiie 11. Johnson, $.120; Melissa M. McKlnley, $020; Cella F. McFarlanil, $620; Evelyn 11. Kenn.-v, 1830; Emily I!. I'ltklll, $G2O; Ida (1. Smith, $620: Carrie M. Williams, $620. Harvard (...
The English High School Graduates. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The English High School Graduates. Of the English High School graduates who received diplomas in the four years course, Henry Durrell Green will go into business; George Henry Oxford will go to the Institute of Technology; Edward Frank Whltten will learn the machinist's trade In Brookline; Mary Celestine Altmiller will remain at home; Bertha Isabel Barker, at home; Mary Elizabeth Boyle, at home; Carrie Florence Colburn, at home; Agnes Frances Collier and Ellen Baker Collier will cuter a normal school; Carrie Danforth will return to her home in the West; Mary Alice Dow, Gertrude Fuller, Gertrude May Gove, Alice Leverett Grames and Maud Mary Hatch will remain at home; Beatrice Haynes will study proof-reading at the Riverside Press; Lillian Winship Hyde, at homo; Eleanor Ingraham will return to her home in California; Emma Marie Jacobson, Martha Elizabeth Johnson and Anna May Keough will remain at home; Mary Elizabeth Manning will study stenography; Nellie Sibley Martin, at home; Mary ...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Notes. The last examinations for promotion in tin 1 grammar schools have been held, and next week we shall be ablo to announce the graduates. The new chandeliers at the Webster school are very handsome. Tbe large one iv the centre of the bull has twenty-four burners and is of a very tasteful design. Mr. F. A. Hill, principal of tbe English' 1 High School, graduated from Bowdoin College twenty-five years ago. He was present Wednesday at the alumni dinner which was given at the Falmouth House, Portland, and at tbe commencement exercises at the college, Thursday. The graduating exercises at the Webster Grammar School on Upton street will take place in the new hall next Monday evening nt 7.45 o'clock. The graduating class will number about eighty, and as there will be a great demand for admission, tickets have been issued sufficient to comfortably fill the hall. After a short literary programme, Mayor Kussell will present the diplomas to tbe graduating class.
A Gift to Wellesley. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
A Gift to Wellesley. Prof, Ebcn Horsford of Cambridge, who is an honorary member of the Wellesley class of 1880, formally presented to Wellesley College on Monday a marble statue of Elaine, made by Mr. S. Wood, a Boston sculptor in Rome. The statue bears the daisy, the Wellesley flower, iv enamel. I'rof. Horsford, in his speech of presentation, said: The occasion of c .mmencemont has brought the class of 'Bfi onoe more into the effulgence of Wellesley. We have come to lay anew tho homage of our hearts at the feet of alma mater. It Is here, dear president of us all, that our spirits have been attuned to liner Issues. Here hare we been fed. Hero have we been robo 1. Here have we felt the raJianee of courtesy and trust and retlneruent that have illumined the scarlet tbfreftdjjfeffl£tll by the college into tho texture of hear voices others cannot see as others cannot see. The daisies IHoon. for us as tney can never bloom for others. We are tilled with gratitude. Wherever our homes.iwe t...
Commemoration Day at the Annex. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Commemoration Day at the Annex. At tho Harvard Annex on Thursday, Commemoration day was observed by the present and past students, who hail as quests the ladles of tho executive committee. The exercises consisted of an Ivy oration by Miss Tyler, and a Latin oration by Miss Hevrlck. These exercisos were followed by a collation, and the pleasant social hour ended with the singing of part songs. Tho flvo members of the graduating class looked very picturesque In the English squaretopped cap and Plowing gown. The Aimer commencement will ho on Monday next.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Rev. Edward Alibott, rector of St. James's Church, returned last Saturday from aa eight weeks' Western trip, and preached Sunday In his own pulpit. He had a molt enjoyable journey and travelled very extensively through the Westorn Slates and Territories. He left Mrs. Abbott behind at Columbus, Ohio.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
JOHN H. HUBBARD/ APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be happy to serve those who are to unfortunate as to require the aid of medicine. He undertakes that his preparations shall be correctly made of pure standard materials and Intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day will be sold as low as any respeotable dealer can afford to bundle tliera. ■He would reoonimcnd his own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGKB as being what It pretends to be, without foreign admixture. ______ WILEY'S OBANOK FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for chapped hands. ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK as atonic. BPONOES at all prlees. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. WEEKLY HALF HOLIDAY! AFTER JUNE 80 The Bakers at Wright's Bakery Will stop work at noon every Thursday. NO orders delivered after noon on that day. FRESH TEA ROLLS and BREAD ON HAND At the store, 82 Ml. Auburn SIR as usual. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON &amp; BACON, COAL Am WOOD Our Specialties fo...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. * 9"Prescriptions prepared under tbesupervision of a second competent person, thus avoiding all mistakes often so serious in tbelr resulte. Toilet Articles in the Greatest Variety. Rich Cream Soda and Mineral Waters. Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. THE OLD DRUG STAND. Tbe underlined would respectfully announce to the people of this vicinity that he has bought the old drug stand formerly kept by \V. it. WILLEY &amp; CO., at 288 BROADWAY, Near Norfolk Street, Where he has got a new and well selected stock of Drugs, Medlolnes, Herbs, Toilet Articles, together with all the leading Patent Medlolnes of the day. Customers can rely on the quality of his goods, as they will be kept fresh and of the best quality, and sold at the lowest reasonable prices. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. R. Wllley * Co. Registered Pharmacist. Agent for MAJOR'S CEMENT. 288 Broadway, - • Cambrldgeport. Walter A. Clafli...
THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE ENGLISH HIGH SCHOOL. The graduation exercises of the English High School, Monday evening, afforded Cambridge people their first pubiic opportunity to judge of the work which has been done by the bead master, Mr. F. A. Bill, during the first year of his service here. The verdict of the audience which crowded the theatre agrees with that of the school committee and the pupils of Hie schoolthat he Is the right, man-in the right place. There was evident in the exhibition an intense practicality of purpose and a real enthusiasm for knowledge, that arc quite in harmony with the reports that come from the school building itself. Mr. Hill clearly lias the gift of enthusiasm In his work, and of awakening in his pupils the determination to know thoroughly what is set before them to learn. The straightforward way in which the illustrated talks on tho telescope and astronomy were given, atid the evident familiarity of the pupils with the subject, were nothing less than admirable. Mr. Hill r...
HARVARD PERSONIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
HARVARD PERSONIFIED. The present Issue of The Tribune, appearing a few hours earlier than usual, finds itself In the midst of the Harvard class-day festivities, which promise to be unique, charming, and delightful, as they always are. The portrait of tho senior class which we present—one hundred and fifty-eight faces in one—is a reproduction of the first composite photograph of a Harvard class ever made. It Is thoroughly Interesting in Its portrayal of the typical Harvard face which is so mucli admired and appreciated in Its Individual realization by the fair wearers of pretty class-day costumes. Harvard personified is a handsome and intellectual young man, and there Isn't the slightest reason why any appreciative yonng lady shouldn't fall in love with him.
A JUST SENTENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
A JUST SENTENCE. Tbe order-loving people of Cambridge will note with satisfaction ihe sentence which Judge Oreutt has Imposed on M. B. Dewlre, the Klrkland street, rumseller. The evidence showed the most complete and scientific plans for violating tbe law. The building was fitted up with electric wires and signals, secret doors, and all possible contrivances for carrying on tbe business of selling liquor In defiance of the law. The sentence Imposed is $100 One and six months Imprisonment In the house of correction. This Is the second time (hat Judge Orcutt has sent a rumseller to jail since tbe no-llcense law went into effect. It was a case in which severe penalty was demanded, and will be approved.
JULY FOURTH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
JULY FOURTH. The Tribune last year called attention to the fact that Cambridge makes no provision for its children to celebrate or enjoy the Fourth of July. There Is every reason why this national holiday should be made a striking object-lesson in patriotism for the children of this historic city. First, a patriotic recognition of the llessons of the day, and second, a thoroughly good time—this should be the outline for the city fathers, cooperating with a committee of citizens, to fill out in the fullest and most effective manner. It is late, and perhaps too late, for a proper celebration to be arranged for this year, bat we hope that suitable and seasonable preparations will insure a celebration next year that will be an honor to the city and a lasting satisfaction to its ten thousand children.
THE TYPICAL MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE TYPICAL MAN. The leading article in the July issue of Scribner's Magazine is one of the most important contributions to the subject of physical culture that has I een published for a long time. It is from the pen of Dr. Dudley A. Sargent of Harvard College, who, under the title, "Tbe Physical Proportions of the Typical Man," discusses the tendency of tho present devotion to athletic sports, and describes the system of measurements and the anthropometric charts which he has devised. Dr. Sargent starts off with a radical departure from the commonly accepted Idea that physical exercise, to be beneficial, must be attractive. He believes that to pursue sport as an end in itself, rather than as a means to an end, is (o rob athletic exo'cises of half their value, and to reduce constantly the proportion of men, nominally connected with athletic organizations, who really practise athletics to a beneficial extent. The tendency In all sports, exercises, and pastimes, where high achievement...