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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Uev. John W. Drury, D. D., who Is soon to take the editorial chair of the Christian Intelligencer, New York, and Colonel F. 8. Keese of the Bradstruet Company, Philadelphia arc vision. trlt'U'.h 'a '.own.

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THE CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES. Vacation Plans of their Pastors.-The Summer Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE CHURCHES. Vacation Plans of their Pastors.-The Summer Services. The vacation season, when toilers in all walks of "life expect to enjoy a rest, has once more arrived. At the Cambridge cburebee, during the next few weeks, many change* will be made In the hours of services and! many of the pastors will be absent from their pulpits. The facts concerning the proposed movements at the churches are presented below and will prove of seasonable interest to our readers: The Harvard-street Methodist Society will continue Its usual m-etlngs. TUe pastor, Rev.' W. H. Thomas, will preach tomorrow and July 81. lie finds himself again called Upon to officiate a* ihe chaplain of the Atlantic Yacht Club of Brooklyn, N. T., which starts on t's annual cruise next Saturday from New York. The squadron will remain at anchor Sunday, the 17tb, and Mr. Thomas will deliver the annual sermon to the yachtsmen. The cruise will occupy a full week and Mr. Thomas anticipates much pleasure gud recreati...

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An Elaborate Monument. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

An Elaborate Monument. Mr. Alexander McDonald of this city ha* just completed for Dr. H. D. Cogswell of San Francisco a granite monument which Is to be set in Mountain View Cometorv, Oakland, Cal. The granite plinth 1* 23 feet square and cut In four pieces, "be first base stone Is 12 feet 4 Inches square and 2 feet thick. The second base Is 10 feel 4 Inches square and 1 f ot 0 Inches thick. The third base is 0 feet 3 Inches square by 1 foot 8 Inches thick. The fourth stone forms a base for the die and column and Is 8 feet square by 1 foot 0 Inches high, and Is richly mi iililed, with the nam* Cogswell cut on the face. The die Is 5 feet square by 0 feet high, with raised moulded tablet. polished on the four sides. On Ihe four corners are polished columns 1 foot (I Inches In diameter, with richly carved capitals, and are surmounted by a large pediment cap, 0 feet II Inches square, by 2 feet thick, richly moulded. The next stone Is a moulded bate, ft feet square by 1 foot (1 Indies hi'...

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The Summer Schools at Harvard. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

The Summer Schools at Harvard. Three of the summer schools at Harvard University which were announced in the Vacation Supplement of The Tribune some time ago, opened this week wiili excellent prospects. The attendance is fully up to what wa* expected, ami excellent work'l* being done. The Physical Training School lor Teachers, at lloinen way Gymnasium, which IS under the personal supervision ol Dr. Dudley A. Sargent, was successfully opened, Wednesday, about fifty pupils being in attendance from all part* of the country. The School nf Urology opened Wsttw.se day. During the first two weeks there will be introductory work and short daily excursions. The remainder of the six weeks will be divided between the Connecticut and lioosac valleys, in north-western Maatav chusetts, and at tbefo ■thills of the Catsklll Monti tains in eastern New York. The School in Botany is conducted at tbe Botanical Gardens, and will remain open one month. Profs. Ooodale and Humphrey are in charge. The Schoo...

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Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Y. M. C. A. Notes. The morning prayer meeting tomorrow will be held at tbe North-avenue Baptist v'hurcb, al 8.30 o'clock. Assistant Secretary Whitford I* enjoying a two-weeks vacation. He has been at Mr. Moody's NorthnVltl schools during the past week. The open-air meetings tomorrow will be held as follow*: Cambridge Common at 4 P. M.; Broadway Common at 4.30, and at Riverside at 6 o'clock. Mr. Ira H. Bronson Is on hi* way to Scotland, and Mr. Thomas Turner to atngland for a vacation trip. Both are active workers in the association. The monthly business meeting of the association was held Thursday evening, when Interesting reports were read by toe chairmen of the various committees. By a special arrangement with tbe Nan taskgi steamboat management, members of the association and auxiliary can save ten cents by scoring tickets for Nantasket at tha desk on first floor. On Invitation ol Mr. W. 11. French, seventeen members of the Toke Fellows Band visited his cottsgo at Cottage Hill, W...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

JOHN.H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 466 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be happy to eerr* those wbo are so uofortanata aa to require the aid of medicine. Ha andertakea that bis preparations ahsll be ewrwniy made of pure standard materials and Intelligently . dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINIS • Of she day will be laid aa low aa any reapectaole dealer oan afford to handle"»•■•_„«,,„- or Ha would recommend bla own EXTKACT 111 -JAMAICA GINQBB aa being what It pratenda to be without foreign admixture. _.„_„ wVlSriI OBANOE fLOWaB GLYOBBiKir. LOTION ft chapped hands. bLiXIB OF o*l I'sATA BARK as atonic •PONOBB at all prices. F |vJ eOIHII HAIK BRUSHES and TOOTH BBInsHEH. • . ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & RACON, COAL AMD WOOD. Our Bpecialtiea (or Family Use are aa follows: (Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh. Free Burning. ( franklin. STOVE. ! Excelsior, ( Free Burning. OA.NNEL. { £0(0* I F ° r 09m " ° r '""- -.»,.,..» I A" Klnda, Sawed and Split wOOp. ( t...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. W rrescrlptloos prepared under the eupervlilon of a seooud oompaUnt person, thus avoiding »11 mliukat 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, "the OLD DRJKT STAND. The undersigned would respeotfully announce to the people of Ibis vicinity that be has bought ihe old dnm t.L»u.l formerly kept by \V. X. WII.I.EY & CO., at I 288 BROADWAY, Near Norfolk Street, Where he bu got a new and well eelacted stock of Drug. Medicines. It-rhß, Toilet Articles, together wltb all the leading Pataut lledteluea of the day. Customers oan rely on the quality of hts g.s ds, as they will he kept freab and of the hast quality, and sold at tha lowest reasonable piioel. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. X. Wlllry ft Co. Registered Pharmacist. Agent for MAJOR'S CEMENT. 988 Broadway, • • ('•■-rid.**port. Walter A...

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THE NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

THE NEW PRIMARY SCHOOL. The alderman acted wisely in refusing a second reading to the order authorizing the purchase of a lot of land on Bowdoln street for the prospective new primary Hchool. As Alderman Hiucks expressed It, "the lot is nut large enough while the price is undoubtedly a good one." Why the city government or committee on public property need pay forty or fifty cents a foot for the necessary lot when plenty of desirable vacant land can be secured at half or twothirds that price in just as good a location, we fail to see. The committee apparently feel* bound, for someunscrufable reason, to locate the school near Liniiatan street or at the foot of Cambridge Heights. There are several available sites not many l<undred feet off on ihe side or even top of tbe hill. It bas a< ways been held that high land Is more healthy than low land, and health is certainly an important consideration In deciding upon tbe location for a school-house. It Is also pleasan...

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CAMBRIDGE STREETS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

CAMBRIDGE STREETS. The street* of Cambridge, beautifully •haded and lined with pleasant and luxurious homes as thoy are, lack in a large degree the quality which makes them satisfactory for driving purposes. The complaint concerning North svenue recently presented to tie board of aldermen, was fully justified. That magnificent highway la In a condition that I* disgraceful. The roadway is full of ruts snd roughnesses, a slight shower results in numerous mudholes which are as needless as they are annoying, and the uneven crosswalks of -round stones are a continual Irritant, both to those who ride and to pedestrians. Other important streets are in equally bad condition. It has long been understood among eyelets tbat for good riding Cambridge must be avoided. There is no reason why the streets of this city should not be as well made, handsomely graded, and smooth as those of any other city In New England. But everybody recognizes tbe fact that they are not. The responsibility for the pr...

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A PRESSING NEED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

A PRESSING NEED. The lliree sad deaths by drowning which have lately shocked our city are an emphatic rem nder that Cambridge, advanced and enlightened as she is in many other directions, is still without any public provision for bathing. Boston has quite extensive free hatb-houses, which are a means of comfort aud heath to thousands of Its people every week during the hot month*. Tbe little city of Waltham, close by us, has made similiac provision for its people. With the extended water-front of Cambridge, the provisions of convenient bathing accommodations would not be difficult or expensive. It is a present, pressing need. Safety, health, and propriety, would all be served by prompt aitoution to this matter on the part of the authorities.

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THE PEABODY MUSEUM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

THE PEABODY MUSEUM. The twentieth annual report of the Peabody Museum of American Archa: dogy and Ethnology has just been published. It shows gratifying progress iv the serious and substantial work which is being prosecuted under ihe Peabody endowment, and formally announces the pleasant fact that in January lasl Mr. F. W. Putnam, the faithful curator, was appointed the "Peabody Professor of American Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University." It I* also stated that the museum building, which has become inadequate for its rapidly growing and well-nigh priceless collection, Is soon to be enlarged to double the present size, money for that purpose amounting to $00,000 being already in hand from the building fund set apart by the testator. The report of Professor Putnam as curator carefully reviews the work of the year, and describes the valuable additions that have been made. The most important is the Bucklin collection from ancient graves In Peru, principally at Ancon. Another ...

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A SIGNIFICANT ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

A SIGNIFICANT ADDRESS. The atldress of ox-Secretary Wliidom at Woodstock on the Fourth of July, was a strong argument in favor of the suppression of tha saloon, ami was significant as showing the proseni direction of a large part of tbe thought of public men. He quotes Archdeacon Farrar as saying that the dramshop dates back only 150 years, allien ale, wine and beer before that time occupied the field now held hy distilled liquors. Even twenty years ago, says Mr. Wlndom—though we should be Inclined to extend the time somewhat—the liquor trade was a branch of the grocery trade, and had not been organized to create a demand for liquors among the people. Now the saloon dominates the large cities, and ihe cities the States, and the States the nation. The saloons claim to represent an Investment, according to Mr. Wladom, of $1,000,000,000, on which the profit* arc greater than on our 140,000 miles of railroad. They employ 500,000 men. The coat of crime and attendant misery directly due t...

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SENTENCED TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

SENTENCED TO DEATH. The death sentence was pronounced by Judge Field, at East Cambridge, Wednesday morning, on James E. Nowlin, the youthful murderer of' George E. Codinan of Somerville. No exceptions were taken by the prisoner's counsel, but bis request to the court that the time of execution be deferred three months longer than is customary, was granted on the ground of the prisoner's youth. Tbe sentence of the court, pronounced will impressive so enmity hy Judge Field, was that James E. Nowlin should be kept in close confinement until January 20, 1888, and on that day hanged hy the neck until he Is dead. The crime of young Nowlin Is one of the most horrible ever committed in this county. The evidence taken on the trial showed that it was premeditated and committed as nearly in cool blood as It Is possible for such a crime to be. There is no sign of insanity in the prisoner. The case Is one of the clearest on record, and If the death penalty should ever be executed without delay, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Thc'Boston Advertiser, whkh Is said to have sunk three hundred thousand dollars since moving Inti its ptesent home on Washington street, has been sold to Charles E. Whllln of Whltitisvllle, for $100,000. The Evening Record Is included in the sale. The stock of the old corpora l ion is wiped out, and none of the old stockholders will have a hand In managing the new paper. The recent career of the Advertiser has been really pathe ie in its sudden changes of policy, and its painfully conspicuous lack of a competent head. One of lis most serious difficulties has been that its old stockholders so hampered any editor with temerity enough lo undertake the management that his chance of success was nothing at all. To make a great newspaper profitable and successful requires tbe work of a true journalist at Its bead, with sufficient freedom to formulate and carry out his own policy. Divided counsels are as sure to wreck newspapors as theological seminaries. Tbe old stockholders will pay up th...

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THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

THE IDLER. It was tho wilchitip'hour of midnight, as the clock was ticking off the first minutes of the glorious Fourth, that a general fusillade of cannon crackers and torpedoes roused me from slumber. Everybody else was waked up, also, except the small boys—and they hadn't been aslcept I caught a few winks of disunited slumber between that time and sunrise—about four o'clock, I should judge—when the church bells began ringing and kept at it until, In common with many other disgusted and sleepy though sleepless patriots, I concluded to make the best, of it, and lieuln the day in earnest. Noise may be essential to patriotism, but if it's all the same to the public I sliould'llke to begin my lessniis In that branch of study a few It ours later in the morning, next year. There was, however, oVie advantage In the unseemly prevlousness of the crackers, guns and bells in Ihe neighborhood of my sleeping mom. With Mrs. Idler ami the Utile Idlers I caught an curlier car for Boston ami train...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Among the Books. ! rightJb)Vtw#ald emlnMl* readable he vjlum* #f essays lux Mi* Louise udlwMoufflon, vvhich jpssrs. Roberts iliers have published under tbe ■ title of "Crfrseiycs and Our Neigldgirs." Then are hfttkiiot the essays, which picture antnetimes wiltlly, sometimes satirically, hill always with truth, the social aspects of the life of today. Mrs. Mnuliou shows that she bas observed broadly and keenly, and she points out the foibles and follies, as w< II as the sober excellences of society, giving a good deal of practical advice at the same time. The vivacious style of these essays I* illustrated by this extract? "to be a young bicheliii in socleiy is to be king of the hour and lo hold ihe cup of life to one's lips bubbling with pleasure and beaded with success; to be an old beau—an elderly man about town —Is to have uriiuk off the bubbles; Indeed, to have reached the dregs. But if, Instead of an old beau, a man elects to step aside from the ranks of those who wai...

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Symmetry and Achievement. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Symmetry and Achievement. A small, well.male engine, with all parts adjusted, «ill do more work than a larger one with parts loosely constructed and a great tlispropoition between the Important members. So a small in m, compactly built, with symmetrical propoiilons and a well-balanced organism, can accomplish more tban a larger man less solidly made, with all pans wanting iv symmetry and Shapeliness. This law of adaptation and harmonious adjustment of parts prevails throughout, tho greater portion of the animal kingdom. Among ihe civilized portion iif the human race it. is controverted by social laws that tend to foster an inharmonious development. The division of labor, for Instance, has made it possible for a man lo earn a livelihood and to maintain a footing in the world hy the use of very few muscles and faculties.— Prof. D. A. Sargent of Harvard, in Scribner's Magazine fur July.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

I Shotld take M<\ the J a box orßro of t r delipjfcs I ' ■ h For sale by. all Oracers, and A* On*. CtrtrPtt 33**3*3 ELM STREET, Ait Our aiores, 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. ■ f Open Sonde** f#oan T.SO to 0 A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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