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A Word to Wheelmen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

A Word to Wheelmen. Yon ought not to buy a bicycle or a tricycle until yon have examined Overman's "Victor" machines. All road men know their many commendable luallties. _..

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Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Important. When visiting New. York City, savofßaggage Express and Carriage Hire, and stop at the, Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Oentral Depot. 100 Handsomely Furnished Booms at 11 and apwards per day. European plan. Elevators, and all Modem Convenlenees. Restaurants supplied with the best. Hoate ears, stages and elevated railroads to all depots. You can live better for lees money at the Grand Union Hotel than any other ft rst-ela— hotel In the City.

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Cambridge Lodges. Prospect Lodge No. 282, Knights of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Prospect Lodge No. 282, Knights of Honor. In 1873 seventeen young men met in a small haH lv Louisville, Ky., and established the order known as the Knights of Honor. These seventeen youDg ' men founded an organization with "love" for Its creed, "help" for Its "motto and with "good fellowship" for Its chief corner stone. They founded a lodge, and 10, it is a multitude. From the very first it grew rapidly and caught the very spirit of the age. Lodge followed lodge in quick succession, and now at fourteen years of age the Knights of Honor is by many thousands stronger than any like association known, still standing firm to its principles of friendship and fraternal love, and pointing with just pride to Its record of the past, which shows that during its short existence of fourteen years it has paid to the beneficiaries of Its deceased brothers the glorious sum of nearly twenty million dollars. About the first of April, 1876, Mr. William Gannett of Boston mad" a pilgri...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Notes. Red Men's meeting next Friilay eveiiiii.'. Mt. Sinai Lodge No. lfll), I. O. O. F., have been Invited to visit Cambridge Lodge. March 20. Mt. Moriah, F. and A. M., worked the second degree on one candidate Monday evening. General Putnam Colony No. 70, I'ilgrim Fathers, initiated six new members last evening. Tho Queen's birthday is June 2rt, when the Sons of St. George will celebrate on an elaborate scale. Friendship Lodge No. 20, I. O. 0. P., worked the first degree on three candidates Monday evening. Amicable Lodge, F. and A. M., will be the subject of Tiif. Tbiuunk'd historical article next week. Mt. Olivet Lodge, F. and A. M., worked the second degree on three candidates at Thursday evening's meeting. Cambridge Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, aro to have a basket party at, Cambridge Lodge Hall on the first Friday In April. Fourteen claims were proved for sick benefits at Monday evening's meeting of Local Branch No. 34, Iron Hall. Cambridge Council No. 12, Home Circle, are to have...

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Po9t 57 visits Post 180 next Thursday evening. The State marksmen's medals have been received and distributed. The general Memorial day committee consists of the four post commanders. TII6 filial coffee party of the season was given by Post 50 Thursday evening. A silent drill and bayonet squad is now In order in Company B, Fifth Regiment. Post 30 is now making arrangements for an entertainment to Its members March SI current. Post :10 gives a children's entertainment Fast day, to which the children of the members of the post are invited. Past Department Commander George S. Evans of Post 80 delivers the Memorial day oration at Turner's Falls. Past Commanders Howe, Eveleth and Jowett and Comrades Duhlg and Seagrave were, appointed to look after the interests of Post 50, Memorial day. Gen. Isaac F. Shepard of John A. Login Post has been invited to deliver the next Memorial day oration before the Grand Army and citizens of this city. In a letter 10 Company...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Tbe sales of Tbe Boston Sunday Globe are constantly increasing In tbls locality, and far exceed ihose of any other Sunday paper. Its average ctroulatloa of 116,000 ts more than 25,000 greater than, that of any other Sunday paper published la Boston or New England. A sale of large and valuable bus lness estates In Oambrldgeport will occur on March 31, which buyers will find very profitable to attend. See advertisement of S. X. Knights _ (Jo.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

OVERMAN WHEEL 00. VlCtOr { TR | C YCLES. Highest Grade Known. '■--- —■ ♦•. Gall and examine if yon want tbe best OVERMAN WHEEL CO., 182-188 Columbus Avenne. Boston. Horse iShocr, tvAmk/flt Calls attention to the NIC Villi fi WTWtr lUF HHIWR-SIIOHS, which Ire • 0 ii, offers, fitted with calks In, ready for milling on, at the following price.: One set fitted wHh 8-16 In. or 3* In. calks, ai •3.00 Oae " '• « 7-11 " •' 1.3 2.50 Oke " " '• »IS " "M " " " .1.00 DAViBT., NORTH CAMBRIDGE.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

LAUGHTON, MACDONALD & CO., BOOKSELLERS AND IMPORTERS, 131 Tremont St., Boston, Mass., Desire to Invite the book buyer, of Cambridge and vlclulty to visit their store, where will be found all the New and Standard Books In endless variety. We have unusual facilities for tilling all orders promptly and intelligently. By S. X. KNIUIITS A CO., Offices, 2_o Washington Street, Boston, and 593% Main Street, Cambridgeport. PKRKMPTOIiY SALE OF LABOB AND VALUABLK BUSINESS ESTATES, Not. 571, 573, 575, 577, 579 and 581 Main Street, Cambridgeport, and Lot of Land in Rear. Atto Lot of Vacant Land on North-west Corner of Allston and Brookline Streets. Will be sold by Publiq Auction, Thursday, March 31st., at 3 o'clock P.M., on tbe respective premises. The lots on Main Street have a front of about 00 feet each with depth of about 100. Tbe rear lot has an area of about 5000 square feet. On one of tbe Main Street lots is a substantial thro..story brick building; on tbe other is a one-story...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Your Eye le Caught w JS'SJiT" With a Line of Bargains Eitandltag from ths front to the rear door. HONEST QUALITY and LOWEST PRICE Is th* tone which give, life and motion to my (rash, ever changing stock of a-pi-uss ■ ssss «»™» ARTISTIC FURNITURE __ HOUSEHOLD DECORATIONS LEE L. POWERS. 30 Boylston Street, ■ - ■ . Cambridge. GABUVETS R. NI ' Y „?*: 00 PE , B s_W_-«9» c, '"» Pictures, but Firstl— 1 _»«»_■__ MM Mi ■—I Claaa Photos, and warrauteil Equal in Finish and Artistic I _htl_r to any $7.00 picture.. All our former patrons, and as many new ones as may patron zo ML carTdViISI upon perfect satisfaction and polite attention.' Respectfully, X. M. OENDItONISTremontT_oW Boatoo, next door to Massachusetts Boot and SboeStoro. ™" ' ls T «'«'»"">* How, TO LET. New Brick House, NO. 25 WARE STREET. Has eleven rooms and all con- ; veniences. One of the prettiest and most convenient of modern houses. Rent, $600.00. J. H. HUBBARD. Harvard Square. rlbkbros^ Prescription Druggists. 854 ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE . PHARMACY. ETThe Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section or the City. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN TOILET REQUISITES ALWAYS IN / STOCK. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter A. Claflin, A FULL ASSOBT—BNT Of DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES Anil all tbe New Remedies constantly In stock. , UK. WIMAN'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK. EMU—HON COO I.IVK.H OIL, SUPERIOR BAY RUM, CHLORATE POTASH TABLETS, TOILET SOAPS. TOOTH I'IIWDIK, COUOH SYRUP, SODA HINT TABLETS, DISTILLED EXT. WITCH HAZEL, EXTRACT JAMAICA GINGER. NEW GOODS! HANDSOME BATH BPONGEB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIB BKINB, MAGNIFICENT GOLO6NE BOTTLES, LOVELY PUNGENTS, ELE6ANT MANICURE SETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St., OOBH-B BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. LG. BURNHAM &^OT AHK tKLLINO / COAL At the Lowest Market Prices, AKD IIAVK 1M STOCK OENUINE LYKENB VALLEY FRANKLIN, LOR BERRY, LEHIOH, DRAPER, LACKAWANNA, PHILADELPHIA & READINO COAL 4 IRON OO.'S ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....NO. 3. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Subcription for one year, .... $2.50 Single Copies, 6 cents By mall free of Postage. The Tribune is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It is for sale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: OLD CAMBRIDGE: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. CAMBRIDGEPORT: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; G. E, French, 588 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 559 Main Street and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. .Greenleaf, 469 Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; I. D. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls, 249½ Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge R. R. Transfer Station, West Boston Bri...

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DR. SARGENT And His Work at Hemenway Gymnasium. THE NEW SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL CULTURE. A GREAT AND SIGNIFICANT REVOLUTION IN APPARATUS AND METHODS. The New Summer School of Physical Culture. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

DR. SARGENT And His Work at Hemenway Gymnasium. THE NEW SYSTEM OF PHYSICAL CULTURE. A GREAT AND SIGNIFICANT REVOLUTION IN APPARATUS AND METHODS. The New Summer School of Physical Culture. The erection of the Hemenway Uymnß»ium in \xi\i, anil the creation of a department of physical cullun- at Harvard equal in importance to the scholastic depart menU, with the election of Dr. Dudley A. Sargent as ita head, marked an em in physical culture, and placed Harvard at the htrnd of Amarlnao oollngiis iv its «cientffie atttrntitm to the body, aa it had twig been at the head in its euro of the intellect. The sketch of Dr. .Sargent given below, with a brief review of his work, the description of Hemenway Uymnasium, and the announcement concerning B new Hummer school of physical culture, will be found of (rreat interest. DX. DUDLEY A. SARGENT.

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Dr. Dudley A. Sargent. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Dr. Dudley A. Sargent. Dr. Dudley A. Sargent, director of the Hemenway (iymnasium. wax horn in licl fast, Me., September 28, 1841). lio is of Puritan blood, counting John lingers among his ancestors, His father, who died when he was six years old, was s man of great physical strength, and his mother, though not remarkable for Strength, had a vigorous constitution ami great endurance. During Dr. Sargent's boyhood he showed singular vitality, and was fond of out door sports and all sorts of physical exercise. His early education was gained at the public schools in Belfast, where be learned rapidly in spite of the fact that circumstances compelled him to work out of school hours to help his mother in the family support. A number of his school companions went to a hoarding school at Tnpsham, near Brunswick, while be was in the high school, and while there became greatly Interested in gymnastic exhibitions' at liowdoin CollOgO, On their return to Belfast they organized a gymnastic cluli,...

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Dr. Sargent's System and His Work. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Dr. Sargent's System and His Work. The Individualism of physical culture — developing the individual instead of tbe group or mass —is the vital point in which Dr. Sargent's system and that in use at colleges ami elsewhere prior to 1875, diverge. The old way was to turn the Students loose ill the gymnasium to make such use of the apparatus as they might, with perhaps some c ass drill with dumb-hells or clubs added under an instructor. The result was occasionally good, but frequently bad—overstraining on heavy apparatus when lighter work was needed, the development of muscles already too prominent, ami the imlul-genee-rn violent exercise by a man unsound in heart or lungs, lieing regular occurrences under the old system. The following extract from an address 1 delivered by Dr. Sargent before the American Public Health Annotation at Detroit, November 14. 188:1, gives a clear ide.i of his methods: "No physical exorcises -ire better stapled, lo School purposes than thosea-of the modern g...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

TO LET. New Brick House, NO. 25 WABE STBEET. Has eleven rooms and/all conveniences. One of the forettiest and most convenient of modern houses. Rent, $60to.OGE J. H. HUBBARD, larvard Square. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON "« BACON, COAL WOOD. 'Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: I Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh, I Free Burning. r It ranklln, j Kxceflor, I Free Burning. «annel. {fiffiSL jr r °" M,n «*«••■ WOOD. [A " X V"'". Jawed and Split COLLEGE WHAEF, Toot of minster St., - • (ambrldgn ■Older, may alio be left at Unlrerslty Bookstore, ■Harvard Square; W. 1,. Snow's, West Soniervilla. Telephone 7163. -comAT MARKET RATES. CHAS.C.COBLEM, Wlllards* Wharf, FOOT BOYLSTON STREET -:- UAMBRIDOE, " NO. HOWARD BTRBBT. -:- ALLSTON. Teleprion«V74C>3. L G. BURNHAM & CO. Altr. HKI.I.ISS At the Lowest Market Prices, ft Uap, AND HAVE IS STOCK GENUIHE LTIENS VAILEY FRANKLIN, LOR BERRY, LEHIGH, Dl IPEB, LAOKAWAHha, philadelp: ia a reading GOAL 6 IRON 10.<3 HAR...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. \& The Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section of the City. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN /oiLET requisites\al/ays IN STOCK. \J Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter A. Claflin, A KULt, ASSORTMENT Of DRUGS. CHEMIOALB, TOILIfT And all the Now Remedies constantly In itook. UK. WYHAN'B ELIXIR OF (M.ISAYA BARK. EMULSION COD 1.1 VKlt Oil,, BUPKRIOK BAT HUM, CHLOKATK POTASH TABLITS, TOILET so A I'M. TOOTH POWDBR, COUGH HVKUP, HOI)A MINT TABLETS, DISTILLED EXT. WITCH HAZEL, KXTKACT JAMAICA OIN'iKK. NEW GOODS ! HANDBOME BATH BPONGEB, BEAUTIFUL GHAMOIB BKINB, 1 MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUN6ENTB, ELEGANT MANj)URE BETB. JOSEPHVfiROWN & CO., 504 Washington St., OOHNER BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. MOTE PAPER BY THE POUND. Cream Wove, • • 25c. lb. Cream Laid, - • 35c. lb. Russian Linen, •: - 40c. lb. Beacon Hill Linen, 50c. lb. Weston's Linen, -:• 55c. lb. Irish Linei, • ■ 67c. lb. engralving. Plate and Ck...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

GRAND JUNCTION FLOUR SB GRAH **v STORE, \! 267 & 269 Main Street, CAMBRIDQEPORIV

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

B. F. ROGERS, Wholesale aud Retail Dealer In V Oraln, liar and Straw. rmiKS will be LOWKK than Ihe same clas of goensVcnn bo had In Boston or vicinity, aa m unrivalled faollltle. far handling goods save al intermediate pront or uiinecossary expense In Qsrtlßf or handling. I Hoods will be promptly delivered. Orders sent by petal will receive the samel attention as though given In person.

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