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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
P. O'BRIEN tS SON, FLOWERS AND PLANTS, FOll Graduating Exercises. WDIDOW^CREENS, Wooden Mantels. Stationary Wash-Stands, Office Desks, Cabinet Work of All Descriptions, MAXUKACTIIKBI) TO OKOKIt BY T. B. WENTWORTH, STATE ST., CAMBRIDGEPORT. j-y-A FEW WOODEN MANTELS of a pretty pattern already made up. If they will fit your house you ciiii buy them CHEAP. IN PRRBS. The Andover Case. The greatest eccletlaitlcal ev«nt ef tliibi r.ntury. A COMPLETE HISTORY CONTAINING AIT Introductory HUtorlcal St»tem«n|; a oareful iiimmary of the ArnamonU of the Reeponrtent l'ro'eaeore; and tbe full text of tbe Arfftiinente of the Comi Ihlruul* and their cnunael: together with the Decision or the Board or visitors. Bvo.i cloth, tl 25. Sent prepaid on receipt of price. STANLEY k USHER, Publishers, 171 Devonshire St., Ho.lnn, Mass. LETTERS OF HORATIO GREENOUGH, Mjllh Biographical Sketches. Edited by 'Frances BooTr (iRKKiTOiroK. With portrait, f 1.25. Biographical Sketch of this Greatest ef American Sculpto...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
UNDERTAKERS. M \ Its II at LONG, Henderson's ttlock. •i'fl North Avenue, North Cambridge. Mr. Limn. Realdence, 10 Hire St. EMBALMERS. JOHN W. COVENEY, UNDERTAKER AUCTION KF.K A UK A I, KSTATE All ►: NT. Sales of Real Kstate or Personal Property by Auction or Private Sale. Mortgages Negotiated. 193 Cambridge street, East Cambridge Corner of Sixth street. THE (jAMBRIDGE Storage Warehouse. PARTIES LEAVING CAMBRIDGE for the ■iinimer wotild do well to rtore their furniture In thli building, whiflh lias been erected eipretPly for tbe pur none by Mr. •fritne* KMot, ami li absolutely fireproof and dry. Apply f. r space to SAMUEL TUFTS, Lyceum Exchange, . Cambridge. , 8?™_600D8. All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
TO THE Depositors in the Gambridge Savings Bank. ▲11 depositoi • who have not handed in their deposit books since June 10, 1887, are requested to do so for ex. aminatlon and comparison with the books of the bank. For the same a receipt will be given and the book 'will be delivered in about one week from the date of its being left at the bank. I Cambridge Savings Bank, | By Oscar F. Allen, Treas. 2 Harvard Row, Cambridge, I June 22, 1887. ( We have removed to more centrally located and commodious premise*, 53 TEMPLE PLACE, And are now ehowlnff oar Importation! for the ■eaaon, which include all the latest LONDON NOVELTIES. CREGSON &amp; THOMPSON, English Tailors and Importers, CHAMBERS 3 AND 4, 53 Temple Place, Boston. Agent for Whltaker &amp; Co., 43 Conduit Street, and Hill Bros., 3 old Bond Street, London, W. GEimElie ~~ WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure in the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establis...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE EXHIBITION OF MVNKACSY'S GREAT PAINTING CHRIST before PILATE - WILL OPEN AT HORTICULTURAL HALL ON TUESDAY, JUNE 7. REO CEDAR POSTS AND POLES, CYPRESS SQUARE POSTS, * [OREGON PINE GUTTERS, The Most Durable Wood Known. Lengths up to 45 feet. Shaved Oregon Red Cedar Shingles, AT THE SAME PBICK SAWED WHITE CEDAR, BOBMAKM THE HOST IH'sUBLKjANV LOWEST FKICKU SHINGLE MOWN. SHAVED CYPRESS SHINGLES. All of the above goods can be found only with as. Complete stock of all kinds of Lumber at lowest prices. __ . tg, tfpm i WILLIAM H. WOOD &amp; CO., Broadway and Third Street, • • - Cambridgeport. ARTISTIC DECORATING FOR Glass Day Receptions and Spreads, Lawn Parties, and All Kinds of Gatherings.' CAMP CHAIRS FURNISHED. FURNITURE LOANED. STUDENTS will And a market for their SECOND-HAND FURNISHINGS. LEE L. POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON STREET, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. THE "AUTOMATIC" Blind Awning Fixture. They ventilate and cool the room, giving free circulation of air and refreshing shade, an...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Tuesday, June 28. Lawrence Scientific School Association. First annual meeting— Scientific School Building, IP. M. Divinity school. Meeting of the alumni at 2 P. M. in the chapel of Divinity Hall. At 4 P. M. at tbe same place, an address by Rev. Joseph May, of Philadelphia. Collation in the upper lecture-room of Divinity Hall, at 5.80 P.M. Wednesday. (Commencement.) Board of overseers —Meeting at Memorial Hall, 0 A.i M. Election of overseers—Massachusetts Hall, 10 A. M. till 4 P. M. Commencement exercises—Sanders Theatre, 10.30 A. M. (The corporation, oversoers, faculties and other officers will meet the invited guests and alumni of the university iv Massachusetts Hall, at 0.45 A. M., and, escorted by the graduating class, will proceed to Sanders Theatre. The theatre will be open to ticket-holders at 0.25, and seals will be reserved till 9.55.) Association of the alumni. Business meeting—Harvard Hall, 1 P. M. Commencement dinner— Memorial Hall, 2.30 P. ...
Dr. Peabody's Baccalaureate. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Dr. Peabody's Baccalaureate. Key. Francis G. Peabody, D. D., preached his first baccalaureate sermon at Harvard College last Sunday afternoon. Appleton Chapel was well filled for the interesting occasion, the graduating class occupying the front pews. The college choir, under the lead of Mr. W. E. Locke, sang with excellent spirit Schubert's "Jubilate," Buck's "Sing Alleluia Forth," and Shelley's "The King of Love." The following baccalaureate hymn, written by Mr. J. B. Fletcher of the graduating class, was sung by the congregation, to the tune of Mendelssohn's "Trust:" At the brink of life's vague ocean, Poising for the awful leap, Let as fix oar .mil's devotion Ere we rtruggle with the deep. Through the waters olostng o'er us Glimmer changeful phantasies, Pleasure, pow'r and wealth allure us, But tbe soul i. not of these. Darkened by this life of seeming, By tbe turbid surge of time, Still, with saored lustre beaming. Lives for n. the truth sublime. Let us strive In its direction ...
Meeting of the Board of Overseers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Meeting of the Board of Overseers. The board of overseers of Harvard College met at tin; corporation rooms, SO State street, lioston, Monday, President Charles 11. (.'oilman presiding, and confirmed the fol-~ lowing appointments: C. J. White. A. H.| soling dflSn of the faculty In tbe absence of the dean; Prof. A, T. Iladley, lect urer on problems of railroad Hdnilttlstriition for the year 18*«-X7: 11. N. Fowler. I"b. I)., Instructor In Greek and in (Ireek ari'linmlogy; Henry Preble, A, U , assl-tant professor in llroek anil Latin fur live years from September I, IKH7; X. C. Pickering, A, M,, S. 8., I'aine professor of practical astron. omy; O. B. Porter, M. 11., professor of clerical surgery; .I.e. Warren, M. !&gt;., SSIOolatS professor of surgery; A. (1. 11 a* eh, A. 8., and fl, 11. Latimer, proctors for I*B7 S8; Kuno Krancke, Ph. I)., assistant professor of (lennan for Aye years from September 1, IM7| &lt;'. S. Mlnot, S. 11., assistant professor* of histology ami e...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Tuesday the "Beacons defeated Harvard at base-ball by a score of 8 to 6. Saturday, the base-ball nine defeated the Holy Cross College team at Worcester by a score of 5 to 3. a The commencement dinner of '87 will be held at the Brunswick, Monday evening. A few weeks ago a report appeared in certain Boston papers concerning a new swimming bath to be given to Harvard by H. R. A. Carey, a wealthy student, whose home is in New York. The same report gave a description of the proposed new building, told where it was to be situated, what were its dimensions, and said that Mr. Carey proposed to make a gift of $25,600 for tho purpose. Tliia information was given as official. It now appears that this report has little fonndation of truth. Mr. Carey did not promise $25,000 for a swimming bath, and does not now intend to build a swimming bath. What Mr. Carey does wish is to build a racquet court in which the baseball nine can practise in the winter. It is proposed to build a wing on tbe side of ...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Lexington. Robert P. Clapp, Esq., has made a flying trip to Dakota on business. Rhoadcs Lookwnod, Esq., and family have again taken Ihe old Pierce bouse at East Lexington for the summer. The male chorus gave thclr.long-prepared-for concert In the Town Hall on Wednesday night, to the satisfaction of their audience. The iadies of the Sewing Circle at East Lexington held a fair on Thursday and Friday which was successful and enjoyable. Mr. C. M. Rogers has opened his sightly house on Concord hill to boarders this year, calling it "Mansion lingers." It Is likely to be full. The Field and Garden Club go on an excursion lo Wilt vi, M. If., today, repevIngiiwlth some attractive additions, the enjoyable trip of last year. The rate of taxation is to lie $11 this year, against #14 last year, and $10 the year before. A town debt to be paid r.ii."d Ibe rate much above the average last year. Mr. 11. 11. Harding, the popular station agent, late clerk at the Arlington Itatlnn, improves his vicatio...
West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
West Somerville. The Welcome Club.elected the following officers, Monday evening: X. [~ (Jltzier, president; L. D. Cobiirn, vice president; W. M. Wing, secretary; Mrs. X. T. Cuiiec," treasurer; O. F. Murdoch, Miss A. F. Pennison, Miss F. I). Andrews, directors. The annual Sunday School concert a", the Third Universalis!. Church was held Sunday evening. The principal feature was "The Floral Clock," an extremely Interesting exercise. The church was beautifully decorated with flowers and set pieces. All excellent address was delivered by Mr. li. I.ildiy, displaying much feeling.
A TOUCH OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
A TOUCH OF NATURE. When flrH tbe delicate crocus thrnstn lln nop* i I' through the drifting!, of beitUod snow, Wli.mi folded green things In &lt;llm woods unWi»ri Their crinkled vpn lU. a sinlilen tremor g"ns Into my veins ami makes me kith ami kin To every wiM horn thing that thrills and hh&gt;«. Seated tfsido t Ink blazing *r&gt;n coal Are, Hern In tho elty's roar and din, Far fn in ilmhrmnldy paths I used to know, Far from the gur ling brooks thai slip ami ulilne, I share tlw tremuloiis sens* of bud and brier And Inarticulate ardors of th" vine. ~T, fl. Ahirich, in tlvprr'n far June.
Roses Given Away. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Roses Given Away. Mr. F. 1,. Temple se.ls rose t&gt;u&gt;die», liut not roses. Ills hundreds of hushes are lust MOW In full h'oiitn, however, aud. Im Is glad to tffvl lo customers who will take the trouble to call, a big handful of the beautiful blossom, 'rhl, generous offer is heartily appreciated by those who have alieady enjoyed It. h lUiuy. Try Triorndlke's rich aud anliclnus tods, to be obtained at 617 Main atrrel, Central square.
Kin Beyond Seas. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THK TBIBUNE*S SPECIAL COBRESPOXDE-M'. My last letter went off before tbe festivals at Florence were finished; the historical procession and the mediaeval tournament were postponed on account of rainy weather. May 15 dawned, however, without a cloud, and at two o'clock in the afternoon the procession entered the city at the Port 'alia Croce and came through the mrrow old streets to the piazza, where they were reviewed by the king aud queen and received by the Gonfallone and authorities of Florence. The procession represented the triumphal entry of Amadoo VI. of Savoy, called the Green Count, on his return from freeing the Byzantine emperor, John Paleologus; many of the characters were represented by their descendants in dresses copied from portraits, and the route was identical with the real entry. The houses wero decorated with ancient tapestries and hangings, the old palaces of the Borgo degll Albizzl being especially beautiful and harmonious in their gala dre...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Ilou't forget that T. J. Kearney at Farwell's old nurseries, g73 Nurlh avenue, bus a large selection of bedding plants for * lie cbcap; also, cut (lowers, r.i.es, etc., for evening parti, s and receptions. If ymi are thinking of putting in a furnace tills season, lnok at tbe Buss Heater, manufactured by Kolger A Dupunt, West Siunervllle. Bayenaexe.il in a ashing blankets.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
HORACE PARTRIDGE A CO.. BOSTON, " T~ tf ' MASUFAtTUBKBS AMU IM POBTKBS 0» J|:;|||||Vfine ATHLETIC GOODS, :::::±:x:::::] ; - |ay' Lawn Tennis a Specialty. »;;jj-lIJ The NEW CAM RIDGE l« a rival to on t""t "" celebrated Peerless, Climax and Champion—Fa.or !£,&lt; lie. at IlKrTßril and oilier Colleges and with loadlni Clubs throughout tbe Couutry. HORACE PARTRIDGE &amp; CO 497-499 Washington St., Boston. Why did the Women of this country use over thirttcn million cakes of Procter A Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1 886 ? R»» -, /-&gt;.lrs. »f T ..nv and vnn will soon iiiider.staiul why-
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
PAPER HANGINGS, JMSBUfe Drapery Materials, jWSSiffift Window Shades, etc. H. 4; °'ie of the largest collections of the above goods can Hfi sffl ISO. b * , " 1 "" 1 »t our "ew and elegant .tore, where every conMr venlenoe for the selection of goods I. offered. ii't M Special at'entlon gl.eii to the rurnishlng of Pilvate HesitKX RflrW Estimates given if desired, ami competent men sent to HI A W&amp; LOWEST CASH PRICES. P/flE onn liPThfl Boston Wall Paper Co., ™ - WM. A. CORSE, Manager, ;3Q SUMMER STREET. BOSTON. THE QUALITY OF GOODS Should be Considered in Purchasing But, unfortunately, low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catch the public. A long experience lv business proves to us that first-class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRIN6 STOCK OF FURNITURE AND CARPETB Is now complete, and we are offering FIKST-CL.IS3 GOODS, of the leading manufacturers, at prices lower than ever before. A ohoioe .took of Parlor, Library. Chamber and Dinlng-Room ...
Real Estate. Building Permits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Real Estate. Building Permits. The following permits have been issued from the office of superintendent of buildings: 678—Charles Laurie, coiner Henry and Sidney streets, Ward Four, wooden dwelling, 37x42; Eugene L. Clark, architect; Christopher Leake, builder. / 679— W. A. Mason estate, 449 Main street, Ward Four, alteration, 35x30; M. W. Himeon, builder, 680—Thomas Scully, Essex street, corner of Harvard street, Ward Two, alteration; James Fogerty, architect; Mr. Fltzpatrlck, builder. 681—Thomas Scully, Essex street, corner of Harvard street, Ward Two, alteration to school, 65x65; James Fogerty. architect. 682—Dr. Lucy A. Cook, 9 Forest street, Ward Five, greenhouse, 14x0; O. B/French, builder. 683— F. Becker, 744 Cambridge street, Ward One, greenhouse, 00x18; O. B. French, builder. . „ 684—C. L. Jones &lt;fc Co., rear of Pearl street, Ward Four, soap manufactory, 20 ft. 6 in. by 30 ft. 6 In.; M. C. Beedle, builder. 685—Francis Ivors, 176 North avenue, Ward Five, alteratio...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
On Ellsworth avenue Mr. F. W. Rogers is building a small residence which will lie quite striking. It is mainly built of brick and Is situated back from the street on somewhat higher ground. A view of the exterior will show a hall or vestibule proieclimr forth toward the street and entered not from the front but from cither side, the front containing a stained glass window of irregular shape. On each side of this hall are large windows on the ground floor. The windows on the second flour of the cottage project. A side view of the house will show large bay windows and the chimney outside. The interior plan of the house will allow Aye rooms on the ground floor, consisting of a reception-room; a sittingroom, 17 ft. by 18 fi. 0 in.; a dining-room, 12 ft. 6 In. by 18 ft. 0 in.; a bed-room anil dressing-room, and the kitchen in an ell at the rear. A verandah will extend around one side of the house. On the second floor there will be four chambers and a servant's bed-room, all well provided...