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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
REPAIRS &gt; SUPPLIES, HI WESTON jßOi^fe SUPPLY C0.,1 ■ 95 Putnam Aye. NOTICE TO BICYCLE AND TRICYCLE RIDERS OF CAMBRIDGE AND VICINITY: If you want any kind of REPAIRING Done to your Wheels, call here. Difficult Repairing and Altering a Specialty. Nickeling, Enameling and Painling. Second-hand Bicycles and Tricycles at Low Prices. Machines to Let. Open Evenings. W. J. NEWMAN, 10 Brattle Street, Cambridge. Iff- Ask for the Keystone Saddle. THK COVKNTRV MACHINISTS' CO, tVD.| t\t TTII BICYCLES MAKKIISOF 111 II II AND UJUUiI TRICYCLES, Havo been engaged in the manufacture of nicvoles for nearly 80 years, and base fairly earned tho reputation of producing, the stanchest and most reliable wheel made. Send for catalogno to 2.10 Colnmhii. Avenue, Boston. FRANK E. OAKLAND, ■r.T/iTr/iT n ( REPAIRING DIV 1 VJJII ( ami painting. 450 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. First class Work and Lowest Piles. ~l B. EASTMAN. X * n Medina Hiilldlog, West Somerville, The Nicest and Complete.t I.lnoof G...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....NO. 15. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subscription for one year, .... $2.50 Single Copies, 5 cnts By mall free of Postage. THE TRIBUNE is printed and mailed Friday after, noon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cam bridge, Boaton, and tlie towna of Southern Middlesex, on .Saturday morning. It is for sale, atfive oente a copy, at ihe following news stands: Old Cambbidqe: Amee Brothers, Ilarvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambbidqbfobt: Mr. Sbed.l, 654 Main street; 0. E. French, SSB Main street; F. 1.. Beunke, 668 Main street and 27 River street; corner of Allston and Megaelne streeta; F. A. Oisrk, corner Main and Pearl atreeta; M. Dew, 163 Pearl atre-.t; A. P. Oreenleaf, 169 Main Btreet; T. 8. Preston, 484 Main street; Frank Sayre, 400 Main street; 1. D. Thomas, 184 Harvard street; H. B. lngnlla. 249t4 Broadway; J. ...
HARVARD '87. A Delightful Commencement Week. Review of Class Day and the Graduating Exercises. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
HARVARD '87. A Delightful Commencement Week. Review of Class Day and the Graduating Exercises. Class day, a week ago yesterday, was a great success in every respect. Tlie weather was as good as could be desired, in spite of tlie heavy rain of the preceding day, which had threatened to nip all projected festivities In the bud. The friends 'of the seniors were present in crowds and the number of thu sisters, cousins and aunts was legion. The rejoicing seniors were out bright and early, and at about 9.30 in the morning began to assemble in front of Holworthy Hall wearing their attire of full dross and tall hats. They marched to Appleton Chapel, where prayer was offered by Key. F. G. Peabody, D. D. At 11.30 the swallow-tails reassembled lv front of llolworthy, marching lo Sanders Theatre to listen to the literary exercises. Tbe marshals were: First marshal, Henry VV. Keyes of Boston; second marshal, William A. Brooks of Haverhill; third marshal, F. S. Coolldge of Boston. After them came...
Harvard Divinity School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Harvard Divinity School. The regular annual meeting of the Harvard Divinity School Alumni Association was heltl in Divinity Hall Tuesday afternoon. The meeting was called to order by Key. E. li. Wilson of Salem. The following officers were elected: President, Key. J. 11. Allen of Cambridge; vice president, Key. (Jeorge Bacheller of Wellesley Hills; secretary, Key. J. L. Seward of Lowell; business committee, Key. C. ('. Everett, D. 1)., Key. F. (J. Peabody and Key. A. B. Muz/.ey. Key. S. It. Caithrop of Syracuse. X. V., was chosen llrst preacher for the Vfjar ISSS ami Key. T. C. Williams of Now York second preacher. The necrology of tbe school for the past year was then read by the secretary, lis follows: 188S, Key. C. A. Farlev, died April 2:1, 18K7; 1884, Key. W. &lt;J. Eliot, D. 1)., died January •-':!. i.ss7; 1840. Key. c. 11. A. Dall, died duly IS, isstl. Eulogies were delivered ou the deceased brethren of the association by Revs. W. I. Tllden, J, 11. Heywood, W. 0. Whit...
Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Notes. On Tuesday at New Haven the Harvard anil Vale nines played I heir Anal tame, Yale winning Lv a seine of ti lo :!. Harvard played a jood name in the licld but the battery work was weak. The first, prigs of sum offered by tbe Railroader, a monthly magazine of WashIngton, I). (,'., for ihe hesi 6000-wortl sketch. lias been won by Mr. Alfred A. tJardner t,f Koslyn, 1,. 1., a member of tbe senior class. tbe graduating class nf Irarvard University dined at the Bninswlck Monday evening. The party bail a jolly good time in tlie enjoyment of tho songs ami speeches, which were of a character to represent the closing reunion of the college course. Mr. Kdgar Rich, chairman of the class committee, presided, in the absence of lite president of tho class, ami Mr. X. X. X. Hamilton, llic orator of tlie class, responded to the toast to,"A!ma Mater." The Harvard 'Varsity crew showed that it meant business when, on Monday afternoon at New London, it left the Columbia Crew behind, Both crews fro...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
The directors of the Longfellow Memorial Association held a meeting Tuesday evening, Professor Norton In the chair. It was voted to proceed at once with tho construction of the driveway and the preliminary work of laying out the Longfellow garden. Mi. CharlM Bitot, son of President Kllot of Harvard, will probably havo general charge of carrying out tho details. Mr. P.liot has made a preliminary sketch, In accordance with tho plans adopted by the association.
GRACE M. E. CHURCH. THE DEDICATION SERVICES, CONCLUDING LAST SUNDAY. A Handsome Edifice, and a Working Organization. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
GRACE M. E. CHURCH. THE DEDICATION SERVICES, CONCLUDING LAST SUNDAY. A Handsome Edifice, and a Working Organization. Irace Church originated in a mission so 001, which was started by the old Tempt snee Reform Association in 1870. In tbe fo owing year, on the sth of April, sevente 1 persons, most of them being officers ar , teachers in the mission school, met at th house of Mr. W. J. A. Sullivan on HI er street, and became the nucleus of the C( tage-street M. E. Church. The new so lety worshipped in Williams aud Odd Fejlows halls until tlie 19th of April, 1872, when Its new church edifice on Cottage siscet was dedicated. The first pastor of the society was the K#v. DivFsttten, who was succeeded after a slrjirt time by the Key. Mr. Boyden. Tho other pastors of the church have been as follows: Hevs. Isaac Row, W. L. Lockwood, J. A. Ames, J. W. Karker, Duncan Mctiregor, Alfred Noon, J. Vt*. Higgins and 8\ B, Fisk. The building on Cottage street soon proved unsnited to the needs of the g...
THE HARVARD COMMENCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
THE HARVARD COMMENCEMENT. The beauty of Cambridge in June Is a yearly niirvel to all th- visitois who crowd to tlie gates of Harvard to enjoy the festival of commencement. The Inspiration under which the poet of Elmwool wrote of the days in June was gained in Cambridge, and presumably during commencement week. The grand old trees which shale the college, yard and the city streets pul on their richest foliage for each successive graduating class, that, the young men who go out into life's activities may bear wilh them pleasant memories of the beamy, as well as the intellectual pre-eminence, of their alma mater and her home. The graduating class this year numbers two hundred and thiny-six—more than any previous class. The exercises at commencement were of great interest, and showed the earnest, progressive spirit which Is coming to be characteristic of the university. The essays and orations evinced excellent ability, and a readine's to grapple with practical questions. The absence of...
THE NEW GRACE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
THE NEW GRACE CHURCH. Dedication we-k at the new Orace M. E. Church on Ma;i/.ltie street culminated last Sunday afternoon in the formal dedication by Bishop Andioiys, preceded by a masterly sermon on the chatartorlstics of tho true church, proichad by Rev. Dr. Brodbeck of Boston. The new church is a inouument to the enterprise, push and perseverance of the preeout pastor, Rev. N. B. Fisk. enthusiastically second, d by his p topic. Preparations for building the church wore begun iomc years ago by Rev. Mr. Noon, and forwarded by Rev. James VV. The great bulk of the work has, however, fallen upon Mr. Flsk, who has taken it up couiv ageously, pushed it vigorously, and cimTo ploted it triumphantly. The new church cost, with the land, about $26,000, all but live th msaiid of which has been raised. It is a handsome building, both in external architecture and interior arrangement and decoration. The audience room is especially pleasing iv its quiet, tasteful adornment, and its light and che...
A NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
A NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING. The Cambridge school committee presented to the board- of aldermen ou the evening of June 15, a communication substantially as follows: In view of tbe largeail tltlon to the members of the Latin School winch la expected at the beginning of tbe autumn term, this board does not recommend the prnuoaud utilttrgetnont of the I.alin school house, but, if lid- enlargement be not made, it is the opinion of this board that the city counMl -hould at once proceed to erect v now l.atln sctiooihouse, to he Uniatied ou or before Septeuibor, ISSS, and that the new building be pfseed upon the lot ol land now ooeupfed by the English High School. The probable increase in the membership of the Latin School, next fall, will make it necessary to locate a colony of fifty students iv some other building. •It is already certain that the Latin School has completely outgrown its Lee-street home, and Deeds new and broader accommodations. Tlie committee wisely advise against the enl...
LAW ENFORCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
LAW ENFORCEMENT. The second number of the Bulletin Issued by the Citizens' Law Enforcement Association if Cambridge) has appeared, and contains matter 01 great Interest in connection with the eitforciinient of Ihe no-license law. Tho review of the situation given is a model of clearness and tnoderalion. The secretary reports that a "largo amount of informal ion relative lo violations of law has reach.d him, and that In several cases he has been able to communicate to the police facts of importance. The Illegal sales of liquor thus far aro made by former saioou-koepors. The pollco have vigorously enforced the law, up to this date, and ate entitled to great praise. Nluclj-seven-search warrants have been Issued, and forty-six prosecutions for Illegal selling have been begun, twenty-seven of them tesiiltlng In conviction. The present inetnheiship of the association Is about one thotiaind, and the ollicers desire to extend it still farther.
THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
THE IDLER. Sitting on one of the benches lv the northvest corner cCrTrdmom lastJSat ultMy, and I vatchlng the exciting Same betweer&amp;HartJ rani and Yaje, I WtjßxQ pressed as sieve* icfore with two plCturj»qua,J»eauty djß IB icene. In the foregrond vms the basjf-bsn ield, frin.'nil with eaasr sjSeclators 'nlon j he ropes, &gt;jnd d ittd| wu\ iheJflayers' changing their alti.utles and posWons with -dtrUuee WAS fl led with til" vast semiici cle fit seats, rising one above another and crowded wtthwen-and wornm. TuV^rTglir~ccTresseT inu'Piffilc) s of itje Indies repia-tud and em - TH^*lzHl'6lMcriißso&gt;i ; rl''tg»sot' KirvWd and the (ieeu blue Hags of Vain which were kept 'vavlng tl'ii ist continuously as one side and the Wlie'r took up the crioqrihg. In tbe background ware tin; college buildings, betlnuine with the rich architectural effect of the law, school building on' my r,lght, the 'iymffasiliin 'ftff'.ne' laboratory : tlext, and ihe iii»«jificent'tow»'r...
Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Among the Books. "Xbe ShajdMcks in CanuJ' juApublisheM by Ijdughtosjffelitlliu A jf\, is a vacation I voljfo4wh«uY \ r y spit it of tbe 1 laltfs aiklJcVooiß. It Isjfthe atory of "ten I yap's ii lifer canvas," aid by\ltev. Samuel J J-warrows andlMrs. jahe) A Barrows of I ihe Boston Cwlstlsfl Kegister. Mr. andJ Mr. Harrows spent Ssost of t lieip'\Jeit sc.mM JtpTS ou tho shofV ufl.ake Men M m \Sm%\oL m \Jf, getting rest, enjoyment and health in gen errrrrr- measure, — - ! fft»s- trrstesresve --&lt;si4&lt;s—tat. cttnp-bfe is related with sufficient detail to make the volume of great value to people who are minded to do likewise. "Ouejiefinite aim of tins -ooocIt" says tne preface; "has been lo s'iow ilia' this is by no meana distinctly masculine recreation, bu', thai the ideal camp is Jhe family camp."' Mr. Barrows is llie chaplain of the Fif'h Keiii■ueut, M. V. 11.. am] one chapter in the book is devoted lo a vivacious account of a week under canvas at Framingbam. C imp...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
I Tbe (£uico«d Silool of Philosophy will &gt;&gt;pen July 13 ail continue through the month wilh a lecii». «very weok day at 9.30 A. M. ami 7.30 P. H. The j&gt;rinci|ial theme will be Arisiotle.Jit Mrs. Howe will speak "P"ii the Elizabethan drama, Mrs. Choney "wrrinira-aim-MisiaseTr'SrtiWrt oir Mats, lowe and his s'lci'ess'ir, Bdwin Mead on the bud tortfllsb draiiia, Dr. Hartol on Shakespeare,'.* poHiiea, and &lt;: ty, f&gt;oira on Browning. Th -re are several new s|&gt;e.ikers Hock Jflryollfc*, M fit, MrMe/lprtrnltb Colle«e, Mrs. Eilen MiVlietl "of TCnvor, Dr. Julius (Joeh.-l from Hiltlmore, and Prof. Lnla] K-rrj from the University of Annie. Bv-ry wHlshe'rViJlowod by W perfectly free iliscn-ainn, . ~ ■ Tlih Cambridge Branch of the Massachusetts Indian Assncfailnn is lo" send n liarrcl nf olnlhlnji to (he Uoiind Valley Mission lv California, by ihe middle of July, and request that, any contributions .for that pufpnsn may be sent befor...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. jy Presetipilouß prepared under tbe anpervlalon of a second ooinpetont person, thus avoiding all mistakes often so serious in their results. Toilet Articles In the Greatest Variety. Rich Cream Soda and Mineral Waters. Imported and Domestic Cigars and Cigarettes. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. i THE OLD DM STAND. The uniltti&gt;lj(ti'*&lt;i w .uM nMpftClfully ann-Minea to th* tioui.lr -if (lii* vi-'hiity ttiitt h« h*t* bOfttftll 'In. nl.) dru« Maml foriuarJy kt&gt;|&gt;t by W. X. WILLKY Si CO., »t 288 BROADWAY, N.-nr Norfolk Street, Wheru li« liv got a now mid well Mlertfd stock of Drug-. Mo'lldiifi, H-rhH, Totlflt Artfet-W. toi[.-ih«r with all ttiH )e*-liiiK INi-iii. Modiolus- of Hie &lt;Uv. Cmloim-rs chii rely uU Ifae qiril-tv nf Inn «&lt;■■ ,l ". M lii.v will bQ k- pi I'r.-fsh Iml ill the bttHi quality, uini noli! sit the iow«»t raMOuabta prloWs EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly Willi' W. It. Wlllev...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
RF, VOV N' &gt;'V. A SPLENDID SUMMER NUMBER. ScribnersMagazine JULY NUMBER BEUINS VOM7MK 11. CONTAINS DR. D. A. SARGENT'S hiithly hiterostlhg and vii]iriMti (in[n r i i i phyt-lca l culture, entitled "Ibe Phytic.*. Proportions of iho Typical Man," with many tllustra t-ms Tbe author. professor of physical culture In Harvard University, gives tbe results of hi- long experience as a tuacher. The r-yriteiii wfaloh betxpoun s will give the youth of the Ihliil an incentive to proper physical trainlug, anil place in their hand* a key %a the strong aud weak p 'tut* of ttieir bodies. It will also guidn parents hs to the growth and development of their chil&lt;Jrun. SOME ILLUSTRATIONS OF NAPOLEON AND HIS TIMES, tha seeo.id and concluding paper by Mr. John 0. Hoprs. Superbly illost rated. Tbe fourth Instalment Of the UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF THACKEHAY. Many of thism written from Paris and containing interest lug aliiisiwo to the fammH uien wh no he met there. IltustrHtfd by liit«...
ITALY'S NATIONAL HOLIDAY. An Interesting Letter from Rev. W. C. Richmond or Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
ITALY'S NATIONAL HOLIDAY. An Interesting Letter from Rev. W. C. Richmond or Cambridge. Vfi N A 7.1 ON AI. X, "&gt; BOMK, .IOUe, 18CT. I It occurs (iv .'(mo O.aud. comtuemorating the adoption oi I heir repitblicsn constitution, answers to onr 4th of J«l v. Frqin as/mud sleep, Induced by t,he long ride from l J isa to Rome trf the day bef.,lo. I, was awakened by 'be musical iiotes of bugles, and soon th» streets began to swarm' Willi people In holiday attire. We were fortunate in being lnKujti«A&gt;n Jhls/day for;we thus had a good -oppqrtiitiity ,uf seeing &gt;lie king and queeu and I'rbnce Imperial, the royal suite, and aUne parade of Italy's-best soldiers, and of-observing' the various classes of people from ih" surrounding villages,ant} country districts who come liiio the capital, jo'l ?ush oecasivWis. We; were fornicate, likewise. In- that, a monument, commemorating llie valor and di-ftth of- the Italian soldiers who had recetoly fallen in the Dongola war...
Amusements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
Amusements for Next Week. BATTLK OP IiKI I VHIiCIUI, Ml Treinonl to reel - Open from 9 A. M. to 11 ('. M. daily, except Sirudaya. Boston Mi-srcm. Little t'orlnne, In "Arcadia" -I veety evening and Wednesday and Haiutday afternoons. HoKTU'CctTITBAL Hai.i., Boston. MnnkHCy'a great picture, 'Utitlet Before I'ilate"—lo A. M. to To P. M. oaki.am, iiAiincv, B caion Iligliltincla. Brocolltii OperaCicnipany, hi '-rtratea ol reiczftiico."