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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Cambridge. Mis. Walter A. Ctatlin is visiting in Holliston, Muss. Mrs. W. 11. Pickering is at Nayatt Point, Rhode Island. Miss Edith Cnshiug is summering at Oil's Island, Me. Mr. I. H. Ayres and family are sponding' the Slimmer at Maiden. TUe chiefs of police of Middlesex County are to form an association. i Prof. C. C. Everett and family will return ' from Europe in September, Mr. Frank I. Eustis and family of Bond street are at Beverly, Mass. Prof. C. 11. Moore and family are at Boxford, Mass., fur the summer. Miss E. D. Henchman is at the Carrjet House, Wianno Beach, Mass. The Misses Ware of No. 7 Waterhouse street are at West Rindge, N. 11. Prof. E. N. Hursford and family are at the Ocean House, Newport, R. I. Mr. P. S. Sione and family of Applcttm street have gone hi Andover, Ma*B, Prof. J, H. Thayer is at the Glen Cove House, Ml. Desert, for the summer.' Prof. C. li. Toy of No. 7 Lowell slreet is at Ellenville, N. V, for the summer. Mr. William B. Durant and family arc at Newt...
Band Concert Programme. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Band Concert Programme. Following is the programme for the next bantl concert, which will bo given on tho Cambridge Common next Tuesday evening by ihe Salem Cadet Band, Jean M. Missud, conductor: Mai Ob, "Er minis." ..laoobowsky. Overture. 'Toe', and Peasant " Su |.|.t', Snlu lor Cirnet, "Souvenir do la Suisse.". Liberal!. Mr. I). 11. X ye.. I a "The Railroad" (tmlt Hum) OulUn.. j li I'ltuck-a b\e lluliv" ("Oil)!) Onni. k. Waliz, "American Students. I .; Missud. (I ntri 'due'lts- OOllega songs.) Selection ".MHis.it. ." Sullivan. Conceit I'i.lkH, "Map 'V Hand." Asi'olese. liblle, "The Mill i-i tlie Forest." Ellenlierg, I a (isvolte, "F.rniiiile." lucnti"»s«y. I btlalop. "Uamusai." I'oliius. Finale, "Itiiksian Festival." MISSUd,
Another Soldier Gone. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Another Soldier Gone. At St. Luke's Hospital, St. Louis, June 11, on Ins way to liis home in Chlcaxo, occurred the death of Charles 1) Griggs of Cambridge, Mass., aged forty-live years. The subject of Ibis notice moved to Ohio, with his parents, |n h's boyli tod days. At the'breaking out of the rebellion, ho, with his brother, enlisted in the Third Ohio/Volunteers among the three mouths' men to receive his first lesson In military warfare al the battle of Bull Run. His term of service having expired and being fascinated with the treatment Massachusetts gave her soldiers he came East ami enlisted In Oiiinpanv A, First R-giuieiu, Massachusetts Volunteers, for ll.lee years, picfetring thai position to a commission in another regiment to which he had been recoinuieiitleil. He was In several battles, ami received two wounds In the battle of The Wi derness, one of which broke his leg, the ball passing directly through it ami lodging In the other. He was removed to a Northern army hospital...
North Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
North Cambridge. Letter Carrier Bulle'n is on a vacation, Alderman lliitclnns has arrived homo from Dakota. Tlltee unlicensed dogs have been killed by Officer Stetson thus far. Officer .lames Wright is on his vacation, which lie is spending about home. Miss Russell, the c erk at Mr. .1. W. Ilunnewell's store, is enjoying her annual vacation. Rev. W. S. Apsey, 1). D., will preach at I.ynn tomorrow for a pastor who is in Europe. Mr. Frank Carney of the Harvard Library is spending his vacation at North Woodstock, Vt,. Officer Dudley, house man at Station.6, has been off duty since Tuesday on account Of sickness. oilier Stetson bas commenced his war upon unlicensed canines. "Dogs must lie licensed," or shot. Mr. Aliiel E, Long has had his sign repainted, showing his own name alone, in place of Marsh rs Long. A new Hack Is being laid hy tho Cambridge railroad In Arlington, between Allen's switch and the end of Ihe route. Lust, week Monday, a hoy named Fleming escaped from the almshouse a...
Cambridgeport. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Cambridgeport. Mr. Richard Howes and wife are at Swampscntt. Mr. Nalhan llolbrook and family are at Brant Rock. City Messenger Prattf spent Thursday at Marblcliead Neck. Mrs. Abby Brazier and family are at Old Orchard for the summer. Mr. H. A. Sparrow and family of Bigclow street are at Orleans, Mass. Mr. R. B. Bancroft and family are enjoy ing a visit to Chester, N. 11. Mr. E. Burt Phillips and family are at their summer residence at Pocasset. Miss Charlotte Kicker is at the North Conway House, North Conway, N. 11. Mr. G. C. VV. Fuller and family of Austin street leave, today, for Bethlehem, N. 11. Mr. H. J. Poller has been visiting NewYork and enjoying a trip up the Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Peters of Austin siect are at Annistpiain for the summer. Mr. Albert T. Green and family are al their summer residence at Southport, Me, Drugsiist 11. S. Andros has been confined lo his house the past few days wilh a severe cold. Miss Emma J. Young of Auburn street is spe ding the summer at t...
EAST CAMBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE Dr..1. M. Lewis, clerk at (lever's apothecary store, is enjoying his vacation lliis week in Miiulaskci. i;.v. Francis J. Butler of tho Cl.ur.cli of tlie Sicrcil Heart started Tuesday for Shelter Island, Long 1-latitl Sound, where he will remain two weeks. oiiiccr Scobey i-s I'nssiit',' his vacation iv New llHtiiiishirc. Ollicer Hyatt at the While Mountains, and OQlcer Coughlln is taking life easy ill Natttasket. The Baptist Sun lay School held its ;uiiitial picnic ut ihe Point &lt;&gt;f fines, Wednesday. A large number of the members aticiitleil, nnil a royal good lime was had. A grand musical and lliprary entertainment will bo given by tho Cralgln Associates al their hall, curlier of Sec 1 ami Cambridge streets, noxi Wednesday evening, The Cambridge Associates held llivjr semi-annual meotlng Tuesdiy evening ana el- cleil the following-named officers: President, Mr. P. .1. Hreen; vice president, Mr. .1. w. Ward;'recording Secretary, Mr. P, 0, FtltiqUfl...
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Mount Auburn Street Sewer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. Mount Auburn Street Sewer. Editor Cahrbidob Tbibuxk: And no thle wond«rful structure, After or Dine long month*, with snail-like pace, liv drugged its weary l«ngth into tbe UOM yard of A. McDonald, there to rf lu-ilii until some restless spirit, more brave than hi* fellows, -hall call it up. Tbe travelling community of Mount Auburn street during the last winter have be«-n compelled to m &lt;ke the belt of their mi-fortune aud s&gt;-ck an nv-uim where they could travel without fVar or daiuer. And now the tai ptyer* feel ju-t tluo In nayim; a few word* on tbe miiij.-ct. Ttiry bebeve thi* tra suction has &lt;level&lt;.pt&gt;d Borne very important fad*, one nf which I* thai ih &lt;re was no immediate nece&lt;**tty for thli s.-wer, a* the sime ouilet exist* from the low ground of tun Helm &gt;nt disuict that h »s been in use for fevertl general|&lt; 'lis, and no itidividual or corporation ha*...
The Fifth Ward School-House. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
The Fifth Ward School-House. Editor Camhhidgk Tkibitnk: Is it not time that the bo.\B' play in regard to erecting a new school-house in Ward Kive should cease? It Is currently eported that the member of tbe board of aldermen whose nomination wa" oliered last fall with an ap &gt;1 -gy, and whose hon-e stands opposite the Hrst lot selected, used his oftici *1 and s &gt;cfal influence to prevent the purchase of the lot for such a purpose, utterly regardless of his duty toward th Be he represented; for while a man ha* an undoubted tight to protect Ills person and property from damage, a cby ofttcial, if inter ertnu with the conmimma I m of a sc'iem i for the benefit n( citizen*, slit v d put forth extra elf .rt to provide some Buhf-tbute plan. The'Sch'i/d* that surround the territory t*i. question are sadly overcrowded aud now houses are rapidly being ere-ted. SomO children are debar'ed from attending school ou ac-c-'UMt of the distance or difficult access. If this matte...
Y. M. C. A. Lawn Party. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Y. M. C. A. Lawn Party. Editor Cambridge thiiu'nk: Having seen buta short paragraph In the (Jambridge papers about tbe lawn party held on June. 30, I thought I would describe it trom my point Of view. It was arranged. by the V. M. C. a. reoeptton committee, Messrs. Kendall. Ko*,er* antl A. F &gt; ooltdge, who spared niliher time nor expense In their plan*. The Mnxtey on the corner of Conlldge avenue, wa" the scene of act ton, aid a finer place coul I not have been selected. The ground* were Illuminated) with t.blnese lanterns hy .Jr. Lee Powers, and as a person passed through the arnhed em ranee, fairy Iriul hurst upon bis view. Carter's hand furulshed a flue musical pn gramme from six until ien. There »as a biiHh.nl display of fireworks, and the refresh mem tables wee in ihe bands of ihe laili-s'comnilti-«, which consisted of Miss A. l&gt;. Conlldge, Mrs. Joseph Williams, Mrs. k. j. CoOlldge; Ms* Alden and Mis* Louise Brown. Ice cream, cake and biuonade nere serV&am...
A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
A Correction. KbXTOB Camiiuiih.k TBI DUNK! Wi'l you kindly all W me to Correct an error that crept 111 l ' the dune i-sue of the Bulletin of tin- I,aw Enforcement Vwsnclattnn. A bra v Harbour, c uv &lt;■■&lt;&gt; ltd Illegal bqu ir sablng, was spoknit or a* i.-cv i Ing r. uiv.sr ,-trcei. owned i-y Mr. .ViltlaniS. Hmwn, :■! ilatic. ck Street, This was an .-rim. 11 n h ur wi- .enitiioyed there, but *old he liquor at Ills house. 05 hrookltun street, cud with those premises Mr. Uruwu has notniiig to do, I* imt'Mi A. Whitman, Secretary i it /.•■&lt; ■' i an Kiifore 111011) Association,
Profit Sharing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
Profit Sharing. TBa great soap manufacturing Arm nf Procter A Oatnble, Of Cincinnati, have entered Into an agreement with their etnpoyes by which Wie latter are to share iv the prouts of the hindn. ss in addition to their wngep.. Thin action was volui tary on the part of the (inn and without solicitation on the part of the employe's. The Kveniug Post of that cily refers to the n&lt; w departure BS lolloWS: The flrra of Procter A Gamble, their employes, the ctt\ of Cincinnati and ihe to-leis of the whole w r d arc t,. be congratulated upon the InaunuraDon by ihe firm above tneht lotted of a practicable and mutually beneficial scheme of pronfrsuarmg. which' includes all the small army of employes ot this great -oap-in.i ing linn. Procter A Gamble are to he congratulated because the) lnvi' l» Und their emp'oyeH to their mtereßt; hecanse they have sweetened their tiwn residue of profit hy tlie consci'-nsn.ss that they receive it into una titled posses* on; because they have the ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, IHarvard Square, Cambridge". REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Have your property placed on my list Immediately, &lt;M / am In o poiition to thme and direct patrons to any place in the rtty. Kullding Lot. for .ale In Ihe molt desirable location.. HOUBES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET rELEPHONE 7318. TNSUEE AGAINST ACCIDENTS BEFORE COINC ON YOUR VACATION. st&gt; a&gt; Policies written for 1 month., 2 months or longer. ItfO MEDICAL EXAMINATION. Full partlcilar. and policies of » W. N". &amp; H. J. STOKER, 555 Main Street, Cambridgeport. FUSUkUTURE. S Furnished from our factory direct at a great saving lllustratrd Catalogue mailed tree. PAINE'S Furniture Co., A a naalAl CT South Side Boston &amp; 48 U ANAL 81. | Malue Depot. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. ft. Hartley &amp; Co. CARPETS Draperies &amp; Shades. LOWELL Carpet", $1.75 Worth 52.5.1 A special collection of Inv.-prici'd C...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
JOHN P. SQUIRE &amp; CO., DIAMHM IS PORK, LARD, HAMS, Trlpf, Sausimvs PIH»' VftU AIM) liialiilln.'lin.Ts Ol ■ S I'HA I.AKI) Oil,. 21, 23 if 25 Faii'iiil Hall Market and 39 antl 40 North Market St ■ I 'I'll P, Squire. Crank ". sn Ire, BOSTON. r*r,',l X. Bqu.rs,
THE CHAMBERLIN INSOLVENCY. Examination of Mrs. Volney R. Chamberlin in Regard to the Missing Bonds. —Full Report of a Lively Hearing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
THE CHAMBERLIN INSOLVENCY. Examination of Mrs. Volney R. Chamberlin in Regard to the Missing Bonds. —Full Report of a Lively Hearing. On Monday, June 20, John P. Squire, tbe assignee of Lincoln, Chamberlin &amp; Co., filed in the Insolvency Court for Middlesex County a petition alleging that he had good reason to suspect and believe that Mrs. Lucia W. Chamberlin ant Mrs. Frances L. Hewlett, the widow and slsler-ln-law respeciveiy of Volney B. Chamberlin, bad fraudulently received, concealed, or conveyed away cci tain moneys, goods, effects, or other estate of said dim 01 of said Chamberlin, or that ihey had assets of said firm or of said Chamheilin in their possession, and that lhey had knowledge of things material relating to ihe assets and dealings of said firm and Chamberlin, and praying that. they be summoned to appear belore the curt and submit to an examination 011 oath touching said matters. Said peiitioii was sinned and sworn to by said assignee, Ci 1 a.ions were iss...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
SARATOGA. On and after .July .Ith, 1887, trains will leave dally (Sundays excepted) via HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE As follows from BOSTON: 8.30 A.. M„ 10.45 A. M. SPF.CIAL FAST EXPRESS, AND 11.35 A. M., Arriving at SARATOGA 3.15 P. M„ 5.10 P. M„ AND 7.30 P. M. Palace Parlor Car Through Witr.out Change. For tiekr-ts, time tables in.il further Information apply »t Fltobliur* It -Ureal! I nllie, 288 Washing i..,i Sn, and Pasu'iig-er Station Ticket Office, Causeway Si., Muslim. J. X. WATSON, liMierat Passenger Agent. PURE_ICE. DURGIN'S ICE For Families and Stores. SEABON OF 1887. Prices Us Low as the Lowest. ilumen InXa.i 10 hooka, North can bridge) T Stone, Porter's Statinn: Slurtevaiil bros., Uululi Square; C..L. Stevens, West Soiuerville. The Old, Kellnbto Firm, H. 0. &amp; W 8. DURGIN. EASTERN MARKET, BBADQI AItTKUH FOR DEEP, LAMB, MUTTON, POULTRY, also Fresh, Smoked and Salt Moats, Hams, Pork and Sausages, a large assortment of Canned Goods. Full line of Vegetables. Best Creamery ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
TO THE Depositors in the Gambridge Savings Bank. All depositors 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 ban*. For the same a receipt -will be given and the book will b* delivered in about one week from the date of its being left at the. bank. ( Cambridge Savings Bank, I By Osoar F. Allen, Treas. 2 Harvard Row, Cambridge, 1 June 22, 1887. j A. YERETSKY, Merchant Tailor. New Spring Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices, 63 Cambridge St., Boston. SPRIMJOODS. All the novelties in woollens lor Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor. 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. Bally Excursions to Plymouth. STEAMBRSTAMFORD CAJ-T. X. W. DAVIDSON. * LEAVES LINCOLN'S WHARF, Next to Nnrttr l''"rry, Koston, weather permitting, ilaiiy hi 8,80. Sundays at in \. M., sharp, arriving In Boston at nli. 'in 6.1.1 p. m. 'I o Insure uroiiiiir C'llltnrt, spneil anil safety ihe Stenrner Stamford lies...