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WEST END STOCK. Circular from Cambridge Railroad Directors to Their Stockholders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
WEST END STOCK. Circular from Cambridge Railroad Directors to Their Stockholders. Oamiumiioe, July 18, is*;. To tiik STOCKHOLDERS OF tiik Cam nitmoK RAILROAD Company: Under us act of the Massachusetts legislature, ap proved June 15, 1887, the West End Stree Railway Company was empowered ti purchase, or consolidate with, any 01 all of the, other street railway compauie&gt; authorized to run cars in or into tin city of Bolton, and in on.'er to effecl that object was also authorized to is sue a limited amount of preferred stock paying eight per cent, per annum. 11} virtue of tlie powers granted by said act said company has offered the stockholder! of the Cambridge railroad an exchange a tlie rate of 1 and 1040 shares of said pre feired stock, at the par of 100 per share fO' each share of Cambridge railroad slock The yearly Income of 1 ltl-HSI shares of sail preferred stock would thus be $5.04 34-1111 The dividends on said preferred slock ar&lt; also made cumulative; tha...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE Mrs. Frank Ivors Is at Hampton Beach. Mr. J. B. Halliday's family is at Ocean Spray. Miss Bessie S. Piper of Avon street is at Jaffrey, N. H. Mr. Hill and family of Russell street are at Windham, N. H. Mr. George Tlbbetts is building a cottage at Nantasket Beach. Mrs. McKce of Walden street is at the Shirley house, Wlnthrop, Mass. Mr. G. Frost of Tenny street Is in Portsmouth, N. 11., for the summer. Mrs. Hastings and family are spending a few weeks In Annisquara, Mass. Mrs. Allen Sherwood of White slreet is in New Bedford for the summer. Mr. M. C. Bacon and family will spend the next week or two at Bedford Springs. Mr. Ward and family of White street are at Wlllard's Hotel, Fast Lexington, Mass. Mrs. Wales and two children, of Hadley street, have moved to Terre Haute, Indiana. Messrs. F. Ivers &amp; Son are talking of adding a story to their block on North avenue. Postmaser Jordan returned to duty Thursday morning, after a week's sickness. Mr. C. W. Kingsley...
CAMBRIDGEPORT. Y. M. C. A. Notes. A Great Honor to Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
CAMBRIDGEPORT. Y. M. C. A. Notes. A Great Honor to Boston. Judge Orcutt's health Is improving. Mr. John S. Smart is at Saratoga Springs. Next Monday is the last day of discount on gas bills. Hon. H. H. Gilmore and family are at the Pemberton, Hull, for the summer. _ City Messenger F. L. Pratt spent Sunday and Monday with his sister, at Quincy. Mr. Harrison Prescott of Prospect street is at the Linwood Hous.i, Pigeon Cove. It is said that Rev. Mr. Sneath Is the coming pastor at the Wood Memorial Church. Miss Lizzie S. Karcher and her sisters of 85 Pleasant street are summering at Jaffroy. N. H. Ernest Pratt, a son of tlie city messenger, is working for tho Charles River National Bank. Edward C. Wheeler and wife of Inman street are at the Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove. The engagement is announced of Colonel Austin C. Wellington and Miss Sarah C. Flshet. Mrs. Joseph Child of 7 Prince street is spending the summer at Boar's Head Hotel, Hampton Beach. Mr. Asa P. Morse is concerned about ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFICII. Hare yoar property placed on my Hat Immediately, at I am in a position to show and direct patron* le any place in the city. Build lug Lota (or sale In the most desirable locations. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET CELEPHONE 7318. KSTABUSmtD 1K(. Alexander McDonald A Son. CAMBRIDGE Hntnal Fire Inrance Co. Insures Dwellings and Contents. Thl. home company, having had a prosperous business for the past fair years, has again lnore.sed Its dividend, to Policy Holders, aud will hereafter (August Ist and thereafter), until further notion, pay 40 per cent, on One year Policies. 60 " " " Three" ' 70 " " " Five " Partis* desiring insurance can apply personally at the Home omce, No. 555 Main Street, Cambridgeport, or .end postal oard and they will be waited upon at their residences. JOSIA 11 W. COOK, ALFRED L, BARBOUR, President. Secretary and Treasurer. FURNITURE. ■S ''umlBhed from _J y ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
READY TO-DAY. Scribner's Magazine FOR AUGUST CONTAINB: , . whirlwinds, and other wind storms, by Prof. N. 8. Shai.eh, entitled THE INSTABILITY OF THE ATMOSPHERE. Among tbe illustrations Is an engraving from an instantaneous photograph ot a tornado near Jamestown, Dakota, tiken on June 0, 1887. The illustration reproduced herewith .hows the effect of a tornado on a train at Grlnnell, lowa. THE PICTURESQUE QUALITY OF HOLLAND, a most clever paper by Ma. Geoboe Hitchcock, delightfully illustrated by the author. The fifth, instalment of th. UNPUBLISHED LETTERS OF THACKERAY, with several Thackeray drawings, Including a humorous equestrian figure of the author. The letter, give a glimpse of the great London exhibition of 1881 .a seen by Thackeray, and an amusing aooount of a trip on the Continent which Thackeray took with his two daughters. THE REVIVAL OF HANDICRAFT, by Prof. John F. Weir, of Yale College, an especially timely paper, coming when the subject of manual training la exciting s...
Ordination of Herbert L. Caulkins. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Ordination of Herbert L. Caulkins. On Wednesday afternoon a convocation Of about twenty-five cburc'ies In the vicinity of Cambridge was held at the Centralsquare Baptist Church, to examine Mr. Herbert L. Caulklns, a candidate for ordination. Being found an acceptable candidate, his ordination to the Baptist ministry took place in tbe evening at the same church. The exercises consisted of the reading of the report of the council by Bey. Mr. Watson of Arlington; scripture and prayer by Kev.W. 8. Apsey, D. D.; sermon by Rev. Alvah JHovey, D. D., LL. D.. of Newton; prayer of ordination by Rev. H. X. Pevear of Clinton; hand of fellowship by Rev. George Horr, Jr., of Charlestown; charge to tbe candidate by Rev. James McWbining, D. D. Mr Caulklns is a graduate of the Newton Theological School and has bean an active preacher since bis graduation, officiating lately over the Inman-square Chapel.
Playing with Cartridges. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Playing with Cartridges. Eddie Williams, aged nine, a .on of Mr. Edward Williams, residing at the corner of Western avenue and Howard street, and Charlie Hall, aged thirteen, a son of Mr. E. G. Hall of Dodge street, were severely Injured, Monday evening, by the explosion of a priming cap, such as Is used at ledges. A boy named John Anglin, living on Banks street, In some way came into possession of a whole box of the cartridges, and threw them into a store on Western avenue. The proprietor failed to pick them all up from tbe floor, and the Hall and Williams boys found a few stray ones. They desired to see the effect of fire upon tbe little copper cylinders, and fixing one in a crack on the door-step, lit a piece of paper and placed it over it. Nothing unusual occurred till the Hall boy stepped up close to the cartridge to see why it did not explode, when it went off. The Hall boy had his hands terribly lacerated, and nineteen wounds were found altogether on his body. The Williams bo...
Annual Sermon to the Atlantic Yacht Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Annual Sermon to the Atlantic Yacht Club. The annual sermon to the members of the Atlantic Yacht Club, now enjoying their annual cruise, was preached last Sunday by Rev. W. H. Thomas, D. D., of Harvard street M. E. Church, Cambridgeport, who has been for many years the chaplain of the club. The fleet spent Sunday in Black Rock Harbor, Connecticut, and divine service was held In tbe morning on the schooner Gevalla, owned by Mr. H. W. Choate. The sermon was one especially appropriate to tbe occasion, and was listened to with great interest by a large audience. The text was in Jobix., 8: "Which alone spreadeth out the heavens and treadeth upon the waves of the sea." "Theory and facts," said the preacher, "are often iv such antagonism as to make additionally difficult the life problem we seek to solve. Th. idea of the Supreme Ruler as set forth by Job's friends in the preceding chapter is that of a beneficent being wbo must bless the good and chastise the evil man. That admitted, and It...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Massachusetts Mutual Union, composed of officers and directors of the different mutual Insurance companies of the State, recently made mi excursion to Pittsflcld, Mass., where they were the guests of the Berkshire Mutual Insurance Company. The parly consisted of about seventy persons, and was under the charge of Mr. Alfred L. Barbour of the Cambridge Mutual Insurance Company. The party were quartered at the Maplewood Hotel. Some time wa. spent in riding about town visiting various points &lt;rf interest. In the evening a banquet was served in the large dining-ball of the hotel, after which the company was enlivened by speeches from the brilliant and wlt'.y ones of the parly. On their return a visit was psid to the points of Interest In Springfield. The unanimous verdict was that under Mr. Barbour's leadership the excursion was a great success.
EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Mr. W. H. Thompson is at tbe West cottage, Ocean Bluff. Richard B. Harding, Jr, of TtondUka street, Is at the Kendrlck House, Wareham. Rev. Mr. Watson of Arlington wllr occupy the pulpit at the East Cambridge Baptist Church tomorrow. Lieutenant Colonel Davis and Captain Jean P. Nlckeraon, attended the formation of Winthrop Camp, Sons of Veterans, Chelsea, last week. In the Probate Court, Tuesday, letters of administration were granted: upon the estates of Leslie Hastings, Andrew J. Lawson and William H. Wentworlh. If you contemplate a visit to New York, you should send for a oopy of a comprehensive, w.ll written and accurate guide to tbe City—l2B t&gt;M»r and map—entitled "How to Know New York." Bent on receipt of So. In stamps. Address: Advertising Department. Grand Union Hotel. Si.w York.
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
i Cemetery Memorials Of all description., at reduced rates, can be purchased at the Union Marble and Granite Monumental Works, Corner Elravrood Avenue and Mt. Auburn Street. DESIOrHS AID ESTIMATES FURNISHED. Jobbing at Cemetery a JOHN M'.VAMHK, (Established | BUN.I. V. M'XAatEK, Proprietor. I IsM. I Business M.nag.r. UPHOLSTERY. TTTILLIAM W. ROBERTSON, " Practical Upholsterer, 430 Main Street, Cambrld|r«port. Mattresses to orderand renovated; Carpet, cleaned, rentier! and laid; Furniture to order and repaired; Shades, Drape rise aud loose Covers eat and made. CUT PRICES FOB rHIBTT DATS ONLY INFALLIBLE YEAST pure. Powder Tbe Original Baking Powder. Over 40 year, unrivalled for strength, purity and re'i.blllty. Absolutely free from adulterations. Never fail, to make light and delicious bread with only Hii.r tub O.OAKTITY of other powders. I. perfectly healthful. The Best is always tbe Cheapest. rSKSTON ft MXXXII.I., ManufHcturera, Boston, Mass., 11. S. A. Star Lawn Sprinkler. UsrfHl a...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
M STANDARD FOOD WILL put a horse in good condition with leas expense and trouble than anything else. SO VKKDS, AHE tt 00. KILUYBT., KOSTON. BOSTON LEATHER AND RUBBER REPAIR SHOP. 63 Blm Street, - - Boaton. All Mad. of Bobber Boots and Owraboe. repaired at short nolle, and warranted. Rubber WIN applied to leather boots. All kind, of clothes wringer, repaired. Prloa List for Leather Work. For tapping Men. 800t.... .80 Heeling «5 " " Boy." " ....48 " » U " Women's" ....48 " ?* " " M 1....' " ....46 " IB KEOKUK A. UKEVy, ffoprlelor. WELCOME "The QEItfUIIME.^ EACH BRAND STAMPED AS ABOVE. The use of pure and sweet material. In the rranufaetora of Soap I. alway. the base of erery merit, glTlog to a nrat-clu. article every advantage In WASHING QUALITIES Orer soaps of doubtrul character. Proved by the above brands, continued by tbolr constantly Increasing demand, and by their numerous imitations in all direction, by other manufacturers. Consumer, notice th. difference and call for the above....
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
PUREJvIILK. West Somerville, July 21,1881. Th. eatate of .Toon B. Brookhouse will continue the delivery of Pore Milk from .elected cows, with th. same fidelity to th. lnter.su of patrons as heretofore. While Pure Milk 1. recommended by physicians v a nutritious article of diet, by adulteration or th* lack of proper oar. It becomes an equally recognised, and moat .übtle medium of communicating disease. The numerous esses of typbold fever In Cambridgeport th. past year, furnish a case In point, baring bean each and every on. traced dlreotly to milk from on. farm. To Insure healthful Milk cows must occupy clean, well-ventilated quarters, be fed with hay and grain of the boat quality, and reo.lv. careful attention, while th. milk mult be cooled by th. most approved method. , The premise 6 are open to llsltors, and'examination of the animal, and tbelr surrounding. U Invited. Cow. are fed and milked from 4 to 0 A. M.. and from 3.30 to BP. M. No milk will be delivered but that from cow. fe...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
NOW IS THETTIME. ■ ■a— | — # SJ ... Mr. Lee L. Powers has secured fromj.the departing students many fine bargains in Pictures, Bric-a-Brao, EWniturb of all kinds, Draperies and Furnishings. These goods will be sold at one fourth their value in many cases. They were bought cheap and will be sold cheap. Among ;the£lot are many superb bargains. It is getting late for refrigerators, consequently my be closed out at low prices. Lunch Baskets—Just the identical thing for picnic and excursion parties, from 26c. up. liEE. Is. POWERS, 30 Boylston Street, Cambridge. h. w. „ach. H- w# LEACH &amp; CO., J A o*** l - Masons. Contractors and Builders, ■ABOIBT IN ALL BRANCHES, sad s Speoi.lty of STEAK POWER AID FTJBHAOE WOBX. Setting Steam Boilers, Erecting Chimneys, Engine Fountains, Etc.; Building Bakers' Ovens, Chemical Furnaces, Setting Brewers' Kettles, Etc. 116 Washington, nut Norfolk Bt, Cambridgeport, Mass, 39 Wendell Street, oar. Ollrer Bt,, Boston, Mass. TELEPHONE CONNECTIONS: BOS...
Miss Smith. WRITTEN FOR THE TRIBUNE BY ELIZABETH B. WALLING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Miss Smith. WRITTEN FOR THE TRIBUNE BY ELIZABETH B. WALLING. "By Jove, Annette, she's a daisy! What a firm, grand mouth, none of your buttonholes for her; what a nose—rarest feature In the world to find perfect, too; look at that broad, low forehead—what a backward sweep of hair; no idiot fringe over those eyes. I say, Net, trot her out, will you?" Annette laughed long and merrily, showing a white, even row of teeth. "O, Horace," she said at last, "are you going to add that to the list of your follies, falling in love with a picture? What has become of Miss Vandycke? Where's the divine Flora McKay? Have you so soon gotten over your infatuation for " "Come, old girl, don't rake up the ashes of old flames, dead as door nails every one of'em. 'Rcquiexcat in puce,.' " And with an airy sweep of his hand,.thus metaphorically disposing of his old loves, the young man once more perched his eye-glasses upon his nose for further inspection of tbe cabinet photograph which had pleased his extre...
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Kin Beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. The two Americans whom Oxford honored with the degree of D. C. L. this year are so identified with Cambridge that it may interest the readers of The Tribune to know what was said of them across the water. William W. Story Is the son of Judge Story, who lived so long In the house at the corner of Hill lard and Brattle streets|tfaat has lately been rejuvenated by the present owner, Mr. Samuel Batchelder. There mast still be living many who remember Mr. Story In boyhood and youth before he went to live in Italy. Of Dr. Asa Gray, the well-known professor of botany at Harvard, the donator and curator of Its valuable herbarium, there is no need to speak, as his home is still the Botanic Garden. '•* Both are Americans who have made world-wide reputations, one in the fields of science, the other In those of art, In prose, poetry and sculpture. In Introducing Dr. Gray tbe Regius Professor at Oxford described him truly as "Moribits su...