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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
WELCOME AND "The GEItfUME." 1 KACII lIIIAND STAMPED AS AHOVK. The use of pure and sweet materials In thetrannfactnre of Soap Is always the base of every merit, giving to a Hrst-class article every advantage In WASHING QUALITIES Over soaps of doubtful eharaeter. Proved by the above brands, confirmed by their constantly Increasing demand, and by their numerous Imitations In all directions by other manufacturers. Consumers notice the difference and call for the above. MARK BY CURTIS DAVIS &amp; CO. COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, THE GRKAT ENGLISH REMEDT / For Liver, nil*. Indigestion, etc. Free from JC / miryi p.muint only IMiro Vrff-uible W*Uf ' Agent: C. N. CRITTKNTON, New Yor |J ,
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Cambridge. Mrs. E. D. Kimball Is seriously ill at her home at Mount Auburn. Mr. Kmerson W. Law has been reappointed clerk of tbe District Court. Mrs. C. G. Furbush of Elliot, Me., is visiting her sons on Crescent street. Miss M. R. Jones will spend .1 few days in August at her cottage at. Nantasket. Professor Charles Elint Norton has removed to his summer home in Ashfield. Miss Browning has resumed tier duties at the Corlet.t school after her short Illness. Mr. Francis C. Foster and family will spend the heated term at Wood's Holl, Mass. Prof. Alexander Agassiz has gone to his residence at Castle Rocks, Newport, R. 1., for the summer. Daniel Pratt, the great American traveller, died at the City Hospitil, Boston, on Monday, of paralysis. The Cambridge Gas Light Company is to build a new holder on Third street, which will contain 000,000 cubic feet. Col. Thomas Went worth Higginson has fone to his dunning summer home at [olden, Mass., for the season. Mr. Downey of May street, Mount Au...
Mt. Auburn Cemetery. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Mt. Auburn Cemetery. Some notable additions have been made this spring to the monumental work of Ml. .Auburn Cemetery. A sarcophagus monument of KnoxvllV', Term., marble has becri placed on the lot of i he late Frank O. Dame on Smlrex path. The design Is from the office of the laic 11. 11. Richardson and is quite ai'iksiie. A large and sulking obelisk 1 monument has be«u erected on the lot of WlU'ram E. French on Ragle avenue. The view from the south gate looking towards these monuments and the tower shows as pretty a piece of landscape aa can be imagined, and makes one regret that tbe lawn plan of laying out cemeteries was not thought of before. On tbe Harrison Gardner lot on Magnolia avenue a handsome sarcophagus monument has been set. Tablets have been placed on tbe Willbaski lot on Chestnut avenue, on the E. S. Dixwell lot on Ailanthus path, and a cottage monument on the lot of the late T. B. Mackay on the same path. On Yew avenue a very elaborate marble monument has been erecte...
The Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The Band Concerts. The first band concert of the season was given on the Caw bridge Common last Tuesday evening by the American Watch Company Band of Waltham, twenty-five pieces, T. H. Rolllnson, conductor. The lowering day gave promise of an unfavorable night for the concert, but the ominous looking clouds held back their moisture and allowed the programme to- be carried out. The crowd in attendance was enormous, anil if the contributors of money for meeting the bills of the concert could have but seen the pleasure the music afforded the young fi Iks, alone, they would never begrudge a ceir. of the outlay. The space for fifty or one hundred feet around the band-stand was occupied by the children, who, for the most part, took their music sitting or lying on the grass. A dense crowd of older people lined the borders of the space pre-empted by the children, while a moving crowd of people thickly covered tlie outskirts of the grounds. The streets around the common were lined with carri...
North Cambridge. Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
North Cambridge. Overseers of the Poor. The championship of the T. W. Tennis Club lias been awarded to A. VV. Reed.' Key. Hugh Montgomery will preach at the Congregational Church tomorrow morning. Mr. J. F. C. Blodgett of Hurlbut street has removed to Downer Lauding for the summer. Tomorrow will be observed as children's day at the Baptist church. Thero will be a concert in the evening. Mr. A. E. Long has take«i I lie undertaking business of Marsh &amp; Long into his own hand!, and will hereafter conduct it ahne. The T. W. Tennis Club held an inte.vstiug social gathering at the residence of Miss Laura Sotile on Kussell street, last week Friday evening. Several new members vere admitted. The liquor case of Davis Locke was tried In the Superior Court at East Cambrdge this week, resulting i conviction. ExJopti.ms were taken and the case has gone to the Supreme bench. Leonard * Wood, two enterprising young men, will open a gentlemen's furnishing goods store in Hand's block, oppo...
Cambridgeport. Serious Accident. Wilson-White. Temperance Service. Union Temperance Service. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Dinner to Mr. Weston W. Walker. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Cambridgeport. Serious Accident. Wilson-White. Temperance Service. Union Temperance Service. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Dinner to Mr. Weston W. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Stiles Bent will summer at Cavendish, Vermont. Rev. C. E. Eddy of Middleboro will preach al Wood Memorial Church tomorrow. Mr. E. I). Brooks and family are at thai r cottage at Point Shirley for tho summer. Mr. E. P. Boggs and family are at Falmouth, Mass., where they will spend the summer. Mr. William B. Witherell and family are at Waseley Cottage, Ocean Spray, for the summer. Captain William Hallett and family of Magazine street are spending tbe summer at Hvatinls. Rev. George L. Wrenn and family will spend the summer at York Beach, Me. They will leave Cambridge July 2. Dr. A. P. Clarke has been made an A. M. by Brown University. Dr. Clarke Is a graduate of Brown-in the class of 1860. Mr. J. &lt;». Harria and wife of Prospect street will occupy their summer residence at Black Rock, Nantasket Beach, after July 1. Mr. O,...
DEDICATION WEEK. At the New Grace M. E. Church on Magazine Street. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
DEDICATION WEEK. At the New Grace M. E. Church on Magazine Street. The opening services at the Grace M. E. Church on Magazine street have thus far been largely attended, and the sermons have been of a high order. On Sunday there was preaching at 10.30 A. M. by Rev. J. W. Hamilton, D. D., of Somerville, at 3 P. M. by Prof. L. T. Towusend, D. D., of Boston University, and at 7 P. M. by Rev. Charles E. Davis, pastor of People's Church, Bo9ton; on Monday evening a sermon was preached by Rev. A. McKenzie, D. D.: on Tuesday by Rev. W. H. Thomas, D. D.; on Wednesday by Rev. A. J. Gordon, D. D., and on Friday by Rev. F. Johnson, D. D. Thursday evenii g was set aside for feasting, rejoicing, and speech-making, and though rain fell In torrents, over three hundred were present to partake if the bountiful feast offering. A blessing was Invoked by Rev. George A. Tewksbury, after which thirty young ladies with bright dresses and bright faces dispensed the eatables. At nine o'clock the pastor intr...
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. A Card. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. A Card. Editor Cambridge Tribune: We were surprised to read In your issue of last week a false and apparently malicious article relative to the affaire of the Caintmlga Electric Light Company, which the directors believe themselves competent In manage. The acoeptauce of the resignation of a superintendent proved, after a protracted trial, to he unsatisfactory, and (he employment of an efficient and experienced person to till the position, seem to us matters of public iuterest only in so far as the puhlle service Is affected thereby. Fully aware of the Inefficiency ol the servioe under previous management, and recognizing the iiuperatire need of Improvement, the directors have made Che change necessary to accomplish it, as it Is their determination that Cambridge shall havo the best and most reliable light furnished. They will deem It a favor, aad it would seem more in accordance with your usual custom, If you will ascertain definitely regarding the truth of ...
Righting a Wrong. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Righting a Wrong. KIIITOB CAMBRIDGE TribiNK: A cn.e was tried last Saturday before Judge Ori'ini in the District Court, whereby an huni-st man was accused of stealing household goods and wealing apparel, the case was presented ami defended by able counsel, and a mass of circumstantial evidenoe adduced, sufficient to ensure aeon, lction. The Judge took a different view and discharged the defendant. Since then several articles have been missed from the house, and suspicion being aroused, the servant girl was accused of tho crime, ar.d after sloutly denying all knowledge of how several articles were found fii her trunk, at last made a clean breast ot the whole affair and admitted the thieving to hare been done by her. It was evidently a case of kleptomania. This an Iclo Is inserted in Justice to Mr. James Hawlcy, conductor in ihc Cambridge.railroad, who was so uijustly accused, tried anil discharged. He has shown himself » man If. every respect, both In the tryliu pojlti.ui In which li...
Fine Photographs. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Fine Photographs. K.vnry Harvard nun knows I'ach's Studio so well that It I- needles, to call his attention to It. Th* beet college pictures arc taseli lien- that can bo found In the country. This is the best lime in the year, by the by, for getting the members of your family photographed. First-class work, and othIng else. Is done by Mr. 11. William Tuppe , tbe mauaicr. Studio, near llcck Hall, H»lu S'.rost Cambridge. RsadsSS will do well to consult Mr. P. T. Ware's advertlHeasenl on another page. Housekeepers! Try Savena once fur cleaning.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, .Harvard Square, Cambridge* REAL ESTATE AGENT. i. i i m | CAMBKIDGK PBOPKBTT OM.Y. NO BOSTON OFFICK. Have your property placed on my list Immediately, a, lam la » P«««« «• SSmSL*. *"""" ""'"** to am* placet* the city. Building- Ik&gt;U lor .ale In th. moat rle.l ruble locations. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET TELEPHONE 7318. INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS BEFORE GOING ON YOUR VACATION. Policies written for 1 month, 2 months or longer. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION. Full particulars and policies of W. X. &amp; H. J- BTORER, 555 Main Street, Cambrklgeport. SUMMER RESIDENCES Furnished from our store at Snrjrisiily Low Prices, And from a Complete Stock Suitable for the purpose. $1 to 91 Washington St., cor. Elm, BOSTON. FURNITURE. our factory direct J —* logoe mailed tree. PAINE'S Furniture Co., AO fiaUAl OT South Side Boston &amp; 45 bANAL 01. 1 Maine Depot. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. A. Hartley &amp; Co. CARPETS Draperies &a...
At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. A Hearing in Relation to Electric Power for the Cambridge Railroad.—Long Talk on the Advertising Question. A regular meeting of the board of aldermen was held Wednesday evening. Messrs. Lindsey, Coveney and Hutchins were absent. Alderman Kelley arose to inquire the chair's ruling upon the question of the legality of tho last meeting of the board, when only five aldermen were present. Mayor Russell believed that as the mayor was considered by the rules a member of the board, and as a majority of the board is a quorum, the meeting was legal. That there should be no doubt raised as to the legality of the important business transacted, he suggested a ratification of the doings of that meeting. Alderman Kelley read a section of the statutes, which says that no member of the board shall receive compensation for bis services, which would seem to exclude the mayor from the board. He merely desired by raising the question that the business of the previous mee...
P. O'Brien & Son. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
P. O'Brien &amp; Son. Tbo above well-known florists hare th. monopoly of the college patronage during the closing days of the term. Knob of tbe beauty of the various spreads was due to the firm's taste In Mural decoration. An abundant supply of all the favorite ftuwar. and plants may be found at the con.ervatory.
About Baths. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
About Baths. Now for the skin. Ninety-nine people ont of s hundred never think about their skin, though the health of all their internal organs depends upon its condition. It is no use washing your face and hands, aud leaving the rest;of your body untouched. It is little better to stand in front of a basin and spatter yourself from head to foot with water. You must cleanse every part of your skin thoroughly once a day. I am no advocate of discomfort in lathing —cold water in a cold room, and all such nonsense. Have the room warm, and the water only a few degrees cooler. Stay in tho bath five minutes, keeping yourself either under water or pouring wet all the time. But It is after you leave the tub that the really Important part of the bath begins. Dry yourself thoroughly with two towels; then take a stiff flesh brush and try with all your might to rub your skin off. A cocoanut-fibre brush is the best; and to get at your back it is a good plan to have a cocoauut-flbre mat hung agains...
The Alaska Seal Islander. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
The Alaska Seal Islander. On the island of St. George, Alaska, where 15,000 seals are annually taken, $10,000 is divided among the natives each season. A first-class share last season amounted to $525. When It Is taken into consideration that, bealdos tills cash paid for services rendered by each sealer, every native family on the island has a comfortable home, with fuel, lights, medical attendance and schooling, free of charge, it will not seem an exaggeration to claim for these hyperboreas a slate of life which it would be hard, if not impossible, to improve. With such advantages over his fellow-Aleuts it is hardly tolbc.wondcred at that the seal islander should consider himself a trifle better than his poorer cousins. Great is the flutter in the social circles of Oonalaska when a dusky hero from the bloody fields of St. George or St. Paul arrives on one of the company's steamers iv search of a wife. In affairs of this kind the priest of the parish has great influence, and it has ...