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Cycling. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Cycling. Th Cambridgeport Club made the run to the Hut of Pines, Thursday evening. Tomorsw the members will ride to Gloucester. Tb Hartford Club has taken decided actio in regard to sidewalk riding, and othe clulis would do well to follow suit. Theiadway is the proper place for pushing the fdal, as the sidewalk Is for the use of footravellers.

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Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Lacrosse. Atjio meeting of the South Boston Club, held n Friday ovening of last week, an clegat set of goal (lags was presented to the vlb by Us lady friends. The flags are inailof red silk, trimmed with gold fringe, on iilch the monogram of the club Is palnid iii' gold letters. The poles are mad of polished French walnut.

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... Port Hudson Forlorn Hope. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

... Port Hudson Forlorn Hope. Th following communication from Lieut. Col.lavld P. Muz.sy explains itself: Anther effort is to he made at tho next scsslii of congress, to secure the promised incd.s for the gallant officers and soldiers whooliinteered to lead the army in the final esporato struggle at Port Hudson, La., in Juo, 180.!. Congressman Henry Cabot Lodft representing tho Essex District, has bcenuterviewed on the subject and liaH pi'oiucd to do all he can in behalf of these bravenhlh'rs. Other members of congress all or tbe country have been urged to assltbiin, and they heartily approve tho objei. The mombers of the column entertaiu 10 most grateful feelings for the Hon. Hoai B. Lovering of the Third Massachuilts Cavalry for his kindness and cxeron at the session of the forty-ninth congiss, for the success of their unilertakli:, be having been an active member of Ut. congress, and presented tho petition lor ts medals. New England unfortunately winot represented on the military...

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At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

At City Hall. BOARD OF ALDERMEN. Last Meeting before Vacation—lmportant Business Transacted —The Police Signal Order Passed by the Aldermen, but Killed by the Council. The last regular meeting of the Board of Aldermen for tile summer was held Wednesday evening, Alderman Cogswell being absent. There was a special assignment for a hearing on the petition of 6. C. Emerson for permission to set up and maintain a steam engine at 103 Bridge street. No oue objecting to the same, the permission was granted. A hearing upon an order for the proposed taking of land in Vassal lane for widening and Btraigbtentng the street was also specially assigned for the evening. Alderman Hincks asked to be excused from voting, as he was one of the interested parties. Ho was excused. Mr. L. G. Blair, counsel for Mr. S. M. Cofran, objected to tho taking of his land, as it was not desired for building, but in connection with his brick business. Mr. Cofrau stated also that the proposed line came snug against on...

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Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Overseers of the Poor. Tho regular monthly meeting for the approval of bills was held at the Central Square building, Tuesday, Mayor Russell in the chair; absent Dr. Vaughau. A communication from the city solicitor was read giving his opinou in regard to the law of 1887, requiring the overseers of the poor to place out all pauper children under four years of age, advising the overseers not to place out any children confined under the neglect law. A communication was read from the city clerk in regard to the holiday on September 7, which is to be granted to tho ledge aud house offal men; referred to the almshouse committee* Tho report of the Cambridge Insane at the Worcester Lunatic Hospital by the visitor was read and placed on file. Tlie application of Mrs. Duddy, for the pardon of her son William, a truant sentenced November' 18, 1886. for two years, was considered. Mrs. lludily appeared in her own behalf, and it was voted not to grant her request. Voted to lay on tho table the ca...

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Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Lexington. Some of our citizens have beon attending the Concord School of Philosophy and have learned wisdom at that font of knowledge. A passenger ear was badly wrecked and a coal ear thrown from the Hack by a careless handling of the latter on an Inclined plane leading to the coal sheds in the depot yards ou Monday morning. Mr. L. E, lieniiink, formerly of Cambridge. has bought of Mr. Moses Joj the Blalsdelf estate of thirty-two acres, and will probably cut it up into bouse lots* Ileal estate iv Lexington is a pretty safe investment. Rev. W. L. liobbins has returned from his vacation, and the Church of l he Redeemer welcomes him hack with the enthusiasm which il feels for him as pAstor and as a man. Ills church is a favorite one with tho summer boarders lv town. The illness of Hon. Asa Cotlrell terminated fatally on Monday, and Lexington loses another valuablo citizen, who will be sadly missed. He lias furnished the town with most of Its "law" for many years; has filled positions ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be happy to serve tho«e who are so unfor. tnnate as to require the aid of medicine. He undertakes that his preparations shall be correctly made of pure standard materials and Intelligently dispensed by careful assistant,. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day will be seld as low as any respectable dealer can afford to handle them. (►Hev.OD.ld recommend his own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA 6INUKK as being what it pretends to be without foreign admixture. vyVmOBAIIOe FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for chapped hands. ELIXIR OF CALIBAYA BARK as a tonic SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. ■ COAL. ■C S. SALLS, * I (Successor to Valentine 4 Salle), WOOD. MODERATE PRICES. 7 BOYLSTON STREET. ESTABLISHED 18«0. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: ! Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh, Free Horning. IFrauklln, Excelsior, Free Burning. CANNKL. { £&a...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. OrPreecrlptlon, prepared under the supervision ot a second competent person, thus avoiding all mistakes 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 DRUG STAND. The undersigned would respectfully announce to the people of this vicinity that he has bought the old drug stand formerly kept by W. R. WILLEY ft CO., at 288 BROADWAY, Near Norfolk Street, Where he has got a new and well selected stock of Drug,, Medicines, Herbs, Toilet Articles, together with all the leading Patent Medicines of the day. Customers can rely on the quality of his good,, as they will be kept fresh and ot the best quality, and sold at the lowest reasonable prices. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. B. Wllley * Co. Registered Pharmacist. Agent for MAJOR'S CEMENT. 988 Broadway. • • Cambrldgeport. Walter A. Clafl...

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ON YOUR VACATION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

ON YOUR VACATION YOU will enjoy a weekly visit from The Cambridge Tribune even more heart-, ily than when at home. It contains all the Cambridge news, with plenty of light and attractive summer reading. No letter from homo can be half so full of information about things you want to know. The Tribune will be sent from ourcountlngroora to any address In the United States— and with the address changed as many : tlmea as desired—for five cents a week. * ' ■ ■ ■ ■ ■'■ t I

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OPEN YOUR EYES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

OPEN YOUR EYES. The intelligent study of nature ia ono of the branches of education that Is Increasing In popularity every year. The poet's statement that the proper study of mankind is man, needs to bo enlarged to accommodate modern Ideas. There is Infinite variety outside of man, and it woll repays study. If a boy learns to use his eyes Intelligently, and gets his Interest in nature waked up by the time he is twelve years old, it is of small consequence how much Latin and algebra he knows. The story is a familiar one, how the immortal Agasslz, when walking with a young companion one day, came upon an Immense bowlder in a fertile field. Reading its history almost by Intuition, he asked the young man what he saw. "A big stone," he answered. "Yes, but what about it?" eagerly asked the great naturalist. But bis companion had not learned to see. The bowlder was only a stone to him, and awkwardly blocked up the way. Agassi* thowed him Its Individuality and its history —taught him to rea...

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SOUND DOCTRINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

SOUND DOCTRINE. A set of maxims for the guidance of an association of working men, which begins with the Golden Rule, is In sharp contrast with the utterances of most of the labor reformers of the day, who demand the earth for themselves, with very slender regard for the rights of others. The pilots in Boston have just formed arr association for the proj motion of their mutual lntereats, which Is open to all white licensed pilots of temperate habits and good character. The rules forbid any member, on pain of expulsion from the association, from joining any other labor organization or dealing irr Intoxicating beverages. The following "maxims" for the guidance of members are In force in the New York association on which this is modelled, and will undoubtedly be adopted by the Bostort pilots: Whatsoever you would that men do to you do ye I even so to them. ' A man should never be aihamed to own he bas been in the wp.uk. which Is but tsylng, In other words, that be ts wiser today than h...

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KILLED BY THE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

KILLED BY THE COUNCIL. ' lii his annual message, last January, j Mayor Russell warmly endorsed the reconiI mendation of the chief of police in favor of j .adopting the police signal system. "By ■ this system," he said, "boxes like lire alarm boxes, with electric signals and communication, arc established at various points where needed. Any officer or citizen wishing police assistance, signals through the box, and instantly a patrol wagon with officers responds. Arrested persons are conveyed In it to the station, without requiring an officer to leave his boat, and it Is always ready to serve as an ambulance wagon With clghtocn or twenty boxes, located at Important places, Its cost, Including horses and wagon, would probably be between three and four thousand dollars. Its benefit, I believe, would be equivalent to a large increase of the force." The consideration of this Important matter did not get fairly bofore the board of aldermen until tbo alxth of July, when the committee on pol...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

By vote of the board of aldermen, Wediesday evening, the cltv engineer was directed to investigate the feasibility and cos; of building a sea wall In extension northward of the wall which now stands near the old gas house on the Charles river, so that the new sewer may discharge its contents farther toward the middle of the river than is tone by the present sewer. This is an iroposant matter, and should be promptly attended to. The urgent petition iv favor of anothei location for the sewer had much to reommend it, and was denied because the adermen believed that there were greater iiffl cullies in the way of all other locatbns. But there seems to be no possible rasori for allowing the sewer to discharge as the old one now does, and we hope to see the wall promptly constructed. , , «-» President Cleveland has decided to aicopt tire very cordial Invitation of St. Lotis to enjoy her hospitality. His answer b the delegation who came to bring the formal invitation was frank, friendly and...

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The ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

The ... It's a pity that Harvard aquare couh not enjoy an absolute cessation of business during August, instead of playing at trao in the sleepy, absent-minded way that now characterizes it. When the college year closos, the last week in June, businesi suffers a sharp check. But it continus to show signs of life for a fortnight luger, while last things are being done prepattory to the exodus which is ptactically completed before the end of July. I suipose the actual number of people who go away for the summer, compared with those who remain at home, even in Old Cambrhle, is a rather small minority. But it is large enough to give Harvard square quit the effect of a deserted village during Aigust, and the lines of business especially dvoted to trade which centers in college and sclety life, might about as well be suspendd entirely until September, as far as any ptifitable excerclse is concerned. The vaation idea is developing so rapidly that it may not be wholly preposterous to look t...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

Among the Books. I Those of our eiders who remember the , publication of a volume of essays called I "Obiter Dicta," will he glad to know that the author, Augustine Blrrell, has issued a second series of papers with the same title. The present series comprises a larger nunr- ■ ber of essays than the former (to be exact, ' the first contained seven while the second ' has eleven) and they are all marked by the i same "literary".character that was so pro- . mlnent before. There are papers on Milton, Pope, Johnson, Burke, Lamb and Emerson, on the Muse of History, the Gffices 'of Literature, and so on. There is no proi fundity; the easy and confident author trips , gently over his subjects; dabies fondly with ' them; throws out bright remarks bore and ' there; and- cares little to make a deep iin - ' presaion of seriousness or thoughtiulness. , The essay orr Emersou is 1 v the nature of a re- . view of Holmes's "Life," and interests one for that reason, but it gives the reader no new 1 v...

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pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. Battle or Oe-rcTs.uao, Ml Tremont .treet— Open from SA. M. to 11 I*. M. dally, ezeept Sunday.. Boston MI'.EUM. Little Corlnue, In "Arcadia" —Every avenlng and Wednesday and Satuiday afternoons. HOBTICULTU.AL HALL, Iloston. Munksc.y', great pleture, "ChrUt Before Pilate"-10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Oaklanh Gabdbic, Boston Highlands. Broeo* llul OpOia Company, in "Tbe Mascot."

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

More than a hundred—a. usual more than half ladies—every man a fighting journalist. Hardly a dozen Boston newspaper men in the lot. Somehow the city fellows ami the provincial ink-slinger, don't seem to mix with heartiness. The ten dollar reporter of the city daily may look with indifference upon hi. hay-seed brother of ihe pen, and that's the only satisfaction be can get, for generally the way-back editor with his little patent inside paper wields, more influence to the cubic inch of his field, and is able to support a family in moderate comfort, and that. more Iban half the city pen-pushers can do. It Is a jolly crowd at the Lowell depot, Saturday morning, to fill tho special cars. At 9.80 others and I are off for the White Mountains. Hardly a word of "shop" i. spoken as we speed through the beautiful suburbs, and then follow the ever turning Merrimac, now to plunge into dense foiliage, then to catch a glimpse of that romantic river, and envy the villa owner who along its shore, h...

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And home again-well, what of that? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

And home again-well, what of that? Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate" is drawing an Increasing number of visitors to Horticultural Hall. During the past week the attendance has surpassed that of any previous week. A largo number of Sundayschool children from neighboring towns have lately visited the exhibition. Tho picture will romaln In Boston less than a month longer.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 July 1887

The Bryant * Stratton Commercial School of Boston whicli our readers will notlco advertised In this week's issue will re-open Monday, September 6tb. This school needs no recommendation from us, as Its present standing and reputation gained during tho last twenty-five years place it al the head of all schools of a similar character. It can be patronized with full confidence that nothing that Is possible to be done for iv pupils will be left undone. All readers handle KoKo Soap. If you are thinking of nutting In a furnace this season, look at the lloss Heater, manufactured by Folger ft liupont, West Somerville.

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