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In the Open. TODAY'S REGATTA [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

In the Open. TODAY'S REGATTA Of the Riverside Boat Club.—The Full and Official List of Entries^—The Frixe., etc. The annual regatta or the Riverside Boat Club will take place today at 2 P. M., over tbe Riverside course, between the Riverstreet and Brookline bridges, on Charles river. There are just two things that will make the boys perfectly happy, namely, a good day and good water. Nothing else is asked or desired, as everything la in readiness for what biJs fair to be the most successful regatta over given by this or any other club in Cambridge. At tbe boathouse all Is excitement, and those who are not engaged in preparing for the contests are anxiously discussing the merits of the different men. Never in tlie history of the club has so much interest been taken in the single-scull race, for which a beautiful gold medal, valued at $25.00, has been procured. There are also silver medals for all the other events. The writer called at the boathouse last evening, and found every body ...

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On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

On the Water. (Junimings of the Bradfords (tarts (or Worcester today. Blakie lias just. shipped a new single to Hanlan, at Pullman, 111. Kivlati, bow oar of the senior Riverside crew, has a severe attack of pleurisy. A race between Al Hamm and O'Connor of Toronto for $500 a side is being arranged. Messrs. McNamee and Facey intend to,. start for Chautauqua and the national amateur races, Monday morning. Everything U running smoothly for a good race between Hanlan and Qaudaur at Pullman today. Mr. Haiper, president of the Pullman Athletic Club, will referee the race. George Hosruer, the favorite Boson oarsman, is at tho home of McKay, at Halifax, N. S. He is desirous of recruiting hit health somewhat, preparatory to his fall races. Teeiner Is out with a challenge to row Hanlan a three-mile lace for $1000 a side, and has deposited $250. Teeiner wishes to meet Hanlan before his departure for Australia. Kendall, the Boston policeman, who swam the Niagara rapids, is now training for a swi...

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Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Base-Ball. An interesting game of ball was played on the common, last Saturday, between the Athletics of Hyde Park anil the Oxfords of this city, the visitors winning by the following score: Innings 12345 n 789 Athletic 1110 17 0 8 0-1* Osfords 0 0 3 0 0 4 0 1 o—7 Base bits—Athletics, 13; Oxfords 7. llatterlesAhoarn and Marshall for the Athletics; Brainer. and Kdwards for tbe oxfords. I'mplre—Thnmai Foley of Hyde Park. The Cambridge Y. 11, C. A. team defeated the Brookl of Kast Boston on tho Sla: grounds, last Saturday afteraoon, iv a oneHided six-inning contest. Fnrrell, cluing) catcher for the V. M. C. A. team, went behind the bat and played a very accept abli game and wielded the willow with telllnj effect. Cambridge started in to win, aud ll live minutes had scored nineteen runs, whin so completely demoralized tho visiting lean that the game was given up. The feature) of the game were the pitching and (lclitlnr of Oxford, the second base play of Whilforlj and the hatting of Oxfo...

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Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Lacrosse. Tho Cambridge and South Boston lacros* teams will play on the Cambridge grooms this afternoon at 5 o'clock. The Bostons are soon to go on aCanadlili trip, and while away will play against tie Montreals, Brockvlllos, Ottawa... Cornwals and Torontos In the order named. Boston plays tho Now York Lacrosse Club on tho Union grounds this afternoon. The eon test Is for the Westeheeter cup, emblem- attc of the championship of the United States. Tbe regular monthly meeting of the Cambridge Lacrosse Association was held Wednesday Evening, President Clancy in the chair. Challenges were read from the Boston Intermediate team to play for the Herat 1 trophy, emblematic of the New England c lamplonihip, and also from the Dorchester association to play for the New England championship and the Herald trophy. The secretary was instructed to notify both clubs that their challenges would be considered as soon as the New England association had decided that Cambridge was the holder of the trop...

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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Cycling. The Cambridge club made tbe run to the Point of Pines last Sunday. There will be no run tomorrow. The run on the 31st will be to the Nanepashemet House, Marblehead Neck. Tbe start will be made from the club room at 0.30 A. M.

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At city Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

At city Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. The Order for the Police Signal System Passed to ■ Second Reading.— A Dearth of Important Business. A regular meeting of the board of aldermen was held Wednesday evening. The absentees were Messrs. Lindsey, Hutching, Holton and Frazler. Francis J. Coughlin was nominated and confirmed as a permanent police officer. ■An order in regard to the removal of three trees on Lowell street was recommitted to the committee on roads and bridges. J. A. Henderson and seven others petitioned for special police protection in the vicinity of their houses, being annoyed by boys, who break down fences and injure their gardens. Leander Cutler petitioned (for the grad- ' ing of Davenport street and the location of a catch-basin therein. H. F. Walling petitioned to have his newer assessment of $03.72 apportioned according to law. W. E. Plumn.er and J. A. Enos petitioned for leave to erect three posts ou Boylston street. J. P. Squire petitioned for brick sidewalks on Pearl...

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Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Notes. Memoranda have been furnished the architects by the new library commissioners and preliminary sketches have been promised from them by August 15. A lively crusade has been begun on unlicensed dogs all over the city. It behooves all owners to speedily apply for a license if they have not one already. Work is progressing on Undertaker W. A. Taylor's house on Main street. Mr. Leach is putting in the cellar wall. No steps have been taken by the city as yet to stop the work. An attempt was made Thursday evening to hold a meeting of the committee on claims, to consider Mr. Thomas Brewer 1 ! horse case. Lack of a quorum prevented I meeting, although Mr. Brewer and hli counsel were on hand. Four members of the board of aldermei and four councllinen, with Chief of Volici Cloyes and tho three police captains, visitet South Boston, Tuesday afternoon, to in spect the working of the police signal sya tern. The houses were visited, and thei the party stationed itself about one-half . mile ...

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A Visit to California. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

A Visit to California. The only means of enjoying a visit t California which is more comfortable an luxurious than a Raymond excursion, I that to which a pleasant company of frlenc was invited at the home of Mr. Walti Raymond, on Broadway, Monday evenin| Seated in tlie spacious parlor of the mat sion, the guests listened to a vivid and lnte eating lecture on the soil, climate, produc and prospects of Southern California, illu trated, by means of a stereopticon, wit numerous beautiful and lifelike photograph The guests included many prominent Car bridge people, together with some from o of town, including Mr. I. A. Wbitcomb at wife of Somerville, and Mr. Luther Holde Tlie speaker was Dr. C. D. Hendrickso who three years ago went to California wi a Raymond excursion for the purpose of e tending his knowledge of the State, at studying thoroughly its characteristics at its products. He collected a large numb of photographs, to which he has since add' extensively. Dr. Hendrickson, after ...

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The Lockout of the Granite Cutter. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

The Lockout of the Granite Cutter. The granite manufacturers of Cambri appear to be a fairly contented set lv face of the labor difficulties with the j< neymen, and, what is more, they areas termined today as they were when the li out, through force of circumstances, ordered. "I will go out of business bej I giro in to them," the sentiment of J manufacturer, was echoed by nearly all rest of them when called upon recently our representative. While the lockout a certain depressing effect on the bug! throughout the city, several yards are in full operation, and one firm dorian has done more business since the tro than before. The recent denunciatioi certain employers by tho locked-out fails to scare or dishearten them. Mr. t tin Ford has ten or a doxen men at w He says ho is willing to be fair with men, but he expects tho same kind of ti ment from them. Messrs. Wight & Set and Alexander McDonald & Son are run as if mil hi tig hud happened. Mr. A. Pari...

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Band Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Band Concert. Following is tlio programme for Tuesday evening's band concert by Brockton Brass Band, Willlam|J. Martl leader. It promises to be the best oc the season, introducing, as it does, sii by a male quartette, vocal solos and i novelties in hand music. It will bo worth hearing aud the public may certain of onjoylng It. Seats will be vided, at tho slight charge of 10 cent all who wish, by Mr. Lee L. Powers, feet order is insured. March, "U. I). Camp," I [Dedicated to Uniterm Decree Camp No. I. O. O. F., Cambtldgeport, Mass.] Overture, "The .telly Robbers," Concert Medley, " l .lolly Party," [Introducing "Dream Kaoos," with Mi (Quartette.l Fete In Madrid, "Spanish llnlero." A Clarinet sole, "Tyrolean Air Varle," Mr. W. F. lliirri'll. Concert Wall.es, "Amorettentanie Selections from "Chimes of Normandy." Plan "Ton Minutes with the Minstrels," I [Introducing bones, tamborino, clogs, vo solo and quartette, sand jig, song i dance and walk-around, etc.] Humorous March, ".lolly Copp...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Last week, a parly of Cambridge <li consisting of Drs. A. V. Hall, T. B. 1 A. P. Clarke, D. M. Kdgorly, C. C. I L, L. Bryant and F. W. Taylor, dined Hotel Nantaskct, Nantasket Beach.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be happy to serve those who are so unfortunate as to require the aid of medlelne. He undertakes that his preparations shall be eometly made of pure standard materials and Intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES OI the day will be seld as low as any respectable dealer can afford to handle them. «aUe would reoommend his own KXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER e» being what it pretend, to be without foreign admixture. WJXSW ORANGE nOWIB GLYCERINE LOTION for chapped hands. ELIXIR OF OAUBATA BARK a. a tonic. SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & RACON, COAL WOOD. Oar Specialties for Family TJ.a are as follows: I Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh, Free Burning. I Franklin, BXCe,,, F r ree Burning. OANNEL. { i F ° r ° P " n Gr, ' M '■• „„,,„ ( All Kind., Sawed and Split WOOD. j to order. COLLEGE WHABF, Foot of Hanater St., - ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. Hf Prescriptions prepared under the supervision Of a seoond competent person, thai avoiding ail mistakes often .0 serious in their result.. 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 DRUG STAND. Tbe undersigned would respectfully announce to the people of thl. vicinity that he has bought the old drug stand lorinerly kept by W. R. WILLEY 4 CO., at 288 BROADWAY, Near Norfolk Street, Where he has got a new and well .elected .took of Drugs, Medicines, Herb., Toilet Article., together witb all the leading Patent Medicines of tbe day. Customers can rely on the quality of his goods, a. they will be kept fresh and of the best quality, and sold at the lowest reasr sable price.. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. X. Wllley * Co. Registered Pharmacist. Agent for MAJOR'S CEMENT. '288 Broadway, • • Cambridgeport. Walter A. Claflin, APOTHEC...

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... AND THE REST OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

... AND THE REST OF THE WORLD. flth humanity at tbe west and south of j J iroiling under a torrid sun, the substanOomfort of the climate of Cambridge j Boston is appreciated by their residents [ l lore nearly its correct value. The fatal j Ul of the heat in New York, Philadel- j ' i, Chicago, Cincinnati and Cleveland, I ' !h are so appalling, would be practically | 8 ossible iv Boston. The east winds, j c sh In February and March receive their j c measure of objurgation, are in July t August a priceless luxury in their influ- ' on health and comfort, le Tribune has long maintained that a are very few places iv the whole try that offer such attractions to suinresldentß as does our own city. Cam- ' ge is one of the most beautiful cities in J England, and in its residential sections ■ much more the air of an aristocratic ' well-kept country town than of the ' ih city iv population in the State. The < torts and luxuries of the city, and the < I beauty of tbe countr...

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.. IMPORTANT DISTINCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

.. IMPORTANT DISTINCTION. Important fact In tbe relation of emrs and employed is getting itself recog- | in connection with recent difficulties, that when men refuse to work for any or corpora'lon they thereby sever busirelalions with their employers, and ot In a position favorable to arbltra- ; of the difficulties. In Brooklyn, for j nee, the engineers of the elevated rail- ] were dissa'.lsfied with the discharge of »r two of their number, atid demanded | they be taken back, at the same time j ilttlng a lot of rules by which the road 0 bo run. The company very properly | cd tbe demand. The engineers struck, j company at once began to fill their | a. "hey then proposed to arbitrate, company had nothing to arbitrate, ded to recognize the men as any longer employes, and they ate now looking Job. ■Iking workmen have by their own act Inated business relatlous with their employers, and there Is no obligation on the part of the latter to evenconsider their differences. The appeal to arbit...

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A PROMISING DARK HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

A PROMISING DARK HORSE. In looking over the field of available candidates for the presidency on the republican side of the house, the Springfield Republican finds a good deal to say In favor of Hon. Robert T. Lincoln, who was so excellent a secretary of war in the cabinets of President Garfield and President Arthur. The importance to the party of finding a caudidate outside of Blame and Sherman is recognized by many of its most thoughtful members, and among the more or less dark horses who are now in sight, Mr. Lincoln is counted by the Republican as one of the most promising. It Hays: Robert T. Lincoln, as an availability candidate, far outranks Mr. Allison. He is an honored ion of an honored sire. His father was a great man, whose fame is going to rise as we emerge from the prevailing tendency to exalt the military heroes of the oivll war. His nomination will recall to the ballot-box throughout the South thousands of colored men who will never hear or derive any encouragement from...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

It would put an end to a lot of heartburning and jealousy on the part of clergymen and their friends, if the New York Observer's suggestion that all regular ministers be called doctors of divinity, were carried into effect. The Observer believes there Is as much reason for it as to call all physicians doctors of medicine. It, says: "As the recorder and reviewer of events in the history of the church we are Impressed every week by the utter incongruity with which we are compelled to mention the names of ministers as engaging in public services. Tills incongruity is no less conspicuous in tlie omission than in the application of tlie title. We cannot, In many cases, fail to see the propriety of the answer given to tlie old lady who asked why certain names In a catalogue were ornamented with capital letters following. She was told that it was to make them equal to the others." Tbe principal advantage from tin warm newspaper discussion over the circumstances of Lincoln's speech at Getty...

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THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

THE IDLER. The Idler feels complimented to an extent that makes him eager to share the honor ' with those who do him the courtesy of reading these occasional paragraphs. He has had a seaside cottage named for him, and in clear and handsome characters "The Idler" announces Its individuality among the cosy summer homes that fringe the shore from Crescent beach to Great Head. I followed Tbe Tribune's advice to "get out," last Saturday, and from the piazza of "The Idler" watched the lazy waves, the slow-moving ships, the bathers, the dogs, and a lot of other things more or less interesting, at such odd moments as I could snatch from eating, sleeping, tramping over the rocks, digging clams, going to church, bathing, rowing, chatting with my neighbors, teaching tbe little Idlers to swim, and reading a hook that harmonized perfectly with the name of tbe cottage, from Saturday noon till some time Monday. The vacation I thus enjoyed was an ideal one, and served perfectly to send me back to w...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887

Among the Books. The third volume In the Carlyle aeries which Macmillan & Co. are publishing under the editorship of Profeesor Charles Eliot Norton of Cambridge, is entitled "Reminiscences of Thomas Carlyle," and comprises two volumes In one. The first contains biographical papers written by Carlyle on his father, James Carlyle, and his wife. Jane Welch Carlyle, soon after the death of each. To these Professor Norton has added as an appendix Carlyle's bequest of Craigenputtock to the University of Edinburgh, and also his last will with Its codicil. The second volume contains the already familiar papers on Edward Irving, Lord Jeffrey, Southoy, and Wordsworth. Concerning the publication of all these papers, what Professor Norton has to say Is interesting. He says that Mr. Froude's first edition, published Immediately after Carlyle's death in 1881, was "so carelessly printed as frequently to do gravo wrong to the sense." He also says, speaking of Mr. Froude: "But he did omi...

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