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CAMBRIDGEPORT. Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
CAMBRIDGEPORT. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Miss Grace Cook, of Leominister, is visiting friends on Austin street. The services at St. Philip's Church tomorrow will be held at . r i P, M. Mrs. X. A. Snow, of Auburn street, is visiling friends on the South Slmre» Hon. 11. 11. (.ilinmr and fenny arc at the I'emberton, Hull, for a short stay. Mr. Henry X. Wade of Tremont street is at the Hoar's Head hotel, Hampton Uracil. Mr. L. M. Hastings and family, of Centre street, are rusticating at Weston, Mass. A new hard wood Hour is being lr,id in City Clerk Pike's otlice at the City Hall. Mr. John R. McKenzie, of Brookllne streot, is at Ulen Cottage, Wolfboro, X. 11. Clark Ellison, assistant to City Messenger Pratt, is enjoying his vacation at Dresden. Me. Services will be held at St. Peter's Episcopal Church to-morrow at 10 and 10.30 A. M. Mr. Horaco H. Howlett, with 11. Bird &amp; Co., will spend his vacation at AnniKquam, Mass. Miss Adelaide Phillips, of Lowell, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edm...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. OHicer Koaney retained from Harvard, Muss., this wek, where he lias been spending liis vacation. City Solicitor 0, 3, Mclntlre, wife and two children, aro enjoying a few weeks at North Conway, N*. 11. At a regular meeting of PoM ■&gt;". held Wednesday evei ing. it was voted to open a subscription list for the benefit of the widow anil family of the large fleorgc 11. I'atch. Persons desiring to contribute can hand their donations to any member of the Post. An open air labor meeting was held in • I.echuierc square, Wednesday, under the auspices ol the Boston Land and Labor League. Mr. J. R. Roche of Boston presided and addresses were made by Messrs. D. 11. Higgs, Andrew Oarbutt and E. M. White. Mr, Henry S. Hills, a venerable and highly esteemed citizen of this ward, who died the 28th ult., aged about S4, was born in Leominlster, Mass., and came to Boston in IS3O, where he established himself in tho chair business on North Market street. Soon he removed to Comm...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
Boston &amp; Lowell R. R. "MERRIMACK VALLEY ROUTE" TO THE lie Mm, MONTREAL, QUEBEC, A2TD ALL PABTB OF Vermont, New Hampshire and Canada. The only Line Running 1 Three Trains every week day to the White Monntalna. Mann Boudoir Sleeping; Car on T P. M. train Boston to Fabyan, and on 10.30 P. M. train Fabyan to Boston. EXCURSION TICKETS. Good going wild returning until October, lire on sale at the company. Boston Office, SIS Washington street, and at Causeway-street station, at the following rates; also, at Lawrence and Lowell Station., at Salem, at proportionate rate.:— Actan, P. Q $16.00 Marlboro, N. H 5.00 Alexandria Bay, N. Moredlth, N. H B.SO V .. ... 18.50 Milford, N. II *2.60 Albargh Springs, Montreal, Can 16.00 Vt ........ 12.60 Montpeller, Vt, 9.60 Amherst. N. II 2.40 Mt. Vernon, N. H.. 8.60 Antrim. N. H 3.90 Mt. Pleasant Ho, N. Ashland, N. H 8.90 H 11.00 Bennington, N. It.. 3.80 Mt. Washington, N. Bethlehem. N. H... 11.50 H 17.00 Bradford, N. H 4.78 Newbury, N. 11 S.O...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square. Will be happy to nerve those who are bo unfortunate at to require the aid of medicine. He undertakes that bl&gt; preparations shall be correctly made of pure standard materials and Intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day will be seld as low a. any respectable dealer can afford to handle them. He would recommend his own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER as being what it pretend, to be, without foreign admixture. WILEY'S ORANGE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for chapped hands. ELIXIR OF CAI.ISAY A BARK as a tonic. SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. COAL C S. SALLS, * JLw • (Sueoes sor to Valentine &amp; Sails), WOOD. MODERATE PRICES. 7 BOYLSTON STREET. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON &amp; BACON, COAL AXD WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are aa follows: I Draper Lehigh. Jeddo Lehigh, Free Burning. ( Franklin, STOVE. J Kacelslor,...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. gy Prescriptions prepared under the .up.rvl.lon of 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 announoe to the people of this vicinity that he has bought the old drug stand formerly kept by W. it. WILLEY St CO., at 288 BROADWAY, Near Norfolk Street, Where he haa got a new and well selected stook of Drugs, Medicines, Herbs, Toilet Articles, together with all the leading Patent Metllolnos of tbe day. Customers can rely ou the quality of his goods, as they will be kept fresh and of the best quality, and sold at tbe lowest reasonable prices. EDWARD T. McGIBBON, Formerly with W. It. Wllley A Co. Registered Pharmacist. Agent for MAJOR'S CK.MKNT. 288 Broadway. • • Cambridgeport. Walter A. Claflin, AP...
A HALF YEAR'S BUILDING. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
A HALF YEAR'S BUILDING. The Third Somi-Annual Building Number of The Tribune, which we present today, is the fullest and most complete record ef a half year's building operations in this city which has ever been published. Our Unit Building Number, published last July, covered the period from tho opening of the books of the building inspector, In February, 1886, to the close of July, during which 303 permits wero granted. The next six Months, which was rovlewed and illustrated in our second Building Number at tho end of January last, was the dull season for sMiildlng, but showed a higher class of houses, and a generally improved feeling In real estate circles. During the past six months 299 permits havo been granted, and the activity in building houses of a high grade has been greater than In any corresponding period for many years. Our record •f new houses begun or completed during the six months shows some interesting features. Tho two active centers for new •iwell I tigs of a hig...
WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
WANTED. One of the pressing needs of Cambridge is an organization of its active business men into a board of trado. Tbe production of twenly-tive million dollars worth of manufactured goods annually, the erection of five hundred now buildings every year, the practical interests of this city with sixty thousand people and sixty millions of taxable property, are important enough to call for systematic consideration on the part of our business men. The great magnet of Boston Is allowed to so monopolize attention tlntt Cambridge men forget bow important to. them are affairs in their own city, and how much they can promote the city's Interest—and consequently their own—by v &lt;anlzed and systematic effort. The Cam I i idge Board of Trade has a largo iiml iitiwncg Hold which It may occupy with great advantage to tho city anil Its members. It ought to materialize into an active and energetic body before the snow flies.
SIX BRICK HOUSES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
SIX BRICK HOUSES. For a city that produces so many millions of brick every year, it is surprising that Cambridge has so few brick housos. Of ihe 291) building permits taken out during the past six months, only lix were for brick dwelling houses, and not more than a dozen Others for brick buildings of any kind. It is safe to say that in tlie whole city there are not ten brick houses In course of erection. Wood is equally tho material of the man who builds a cottage on the humblest street in the city, or a twenty thousand dollar mansion on North avenue or Brattle street. A few departures from this rule have been made, with excellent effect. Mr. John H. Hubbard's block of four houses on Ware street, the new "Stanstead" apartment house, which occupies the next lot, the statoly mansion which Mr. R. N. Toppan is building on Highland street, the house of Mr. William Parry on Lambert avenue and the cosy home of Mr. F. W. Rogers on Ellsworth avenue are all of brick, and they are very substan...
REV. WILLIAM HAGUE, D. D. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
REV. WILLIAM HAGUE, D. D. On Monday lust Hcv. William Hague, D. D., of Wendell street, an able and scholarly Baptist clergyman, dropped dead in front of Tremont Temple, Boston. The cause of his death is supposed to be apoplexy. Dr. nague was the senior pastor of tho Wollaslon Heights Baptist Church. Ho was a clergyman of wide reputation and striking ability, and was also well known as a literary man. He has boon for some years engaged In preparing an autobiography which will soon be published by Leo A Shepard. Dr. Hague was born at Pclham, N. V., Jan. 4, 1808. He graduated from Hamilton College, New York, In 1820. He took his theological course at the Newton Seminary, graduating-In 1820. Ho was ordained Oct. 20, 1820, and became pastor of the Second Baptist Church In Utlca, N. Y. He remained with that church until lie was called lo the pastorate of the Fiist Church, In Boston, to fill a vacancy caused by tho resignation of Rev. C. P. Orosvenor. His connection with that church contin...
SUMMER SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
SUMMER SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL CULTURE. One of the most interesting of the five Harvard summer schools now In progress is that in the department of physical culture. Its sessions are held in the Hemenway Gymnasium, aud It is under the direct charge of Dr. D. A. Sargent, Professor of Physical Culture at Harvard, ably assisted by General F. W. Lister of Allston and Mr. Chr. Eberhard of the Boston Turnvereln. The course of study, which covers five weeks, is of an advanced character, and is intended to familiarize the members of the school, both theoretically and practically, with Dr. Sargent's system of physical culture, which has been fully described In these columns. The striking and significant thing about tho class is the character of those who have come for instruction. All parts of tbe country and many of our leading educational institutions are represented in the list of fifty-nine studonts. Forty-one are ladles, several are physicians, one. is a professer of military science, one is...
Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
Among the Books. Stanley &amp; Usher of Boston have published la a compact volume of 104 pages, "The Addover Case: with uu introductory historical statement, a careful summary of the arguments of the respondent professors; and the fall text of the arguments of the complainants and their counsel, together with tbe decision of the Board of Visitors: fiirniahiug the nearest available approach to a complete history of the whole matter." The documents on the side of the complainants iv this remarkable case are here presented with a completeness that leaves nothing to be desired. The side of the professors and the trustees is briefly given, and the summary presented was prepared by the author of the report made in tbe Congregationalism The volume in not, of course, impartial. Under the circumstances it could not be. But for those who desire complete records of one side of t'io case, and a summary of the other propared by an editor clearly in sympathy with the complainants, the pub...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
LARGEST &amp; MOST SUCCESSFUL (908 WASHIN(IpN £8 OSTON. THE COURSE OF STUDY is thorough, complete and practical. Pupils are fitted for the duties and work of every day life. THE FACULTY embraces a list of twenty teachers and assistants, elected with special reference to proficiency in each department. THEBTUDENTB are young people of both sexes, full of Dilligence and Zeal. THE DISCIPLINE is of the highest order and include* valuable business lessons. THE PATRONAGE is the largest of any COMMERCIAL SCHOOL in the world. THE REPUTATION of this school for Originality and Leadership and as THE STANDARD INSTITUTION of its kind is acknowledged. THE SCHOOL BUILDING It centrally located and purposely constructed. SPEOIAL COURSE. Short Hand, Type Writing, Composition and Correspondence may be taken as a special course. SITUATIONS IN BUSINESS HOUSES furnished its pupils completes the varied Inducements to attend this school. ___.. „ ~,, , „ THE PRINCIPAL may be seen daily after Aug. 22n...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
F. B. BARNES. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. DEALER IN WATCHES AND DIAMONDS, GOLD CHAINS, ETC. 402 Harvard St. JAMES W. MARSHEA, Watch and ClockMaker, 448 HARVARD STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Repairing a Specialty. LAI-TQUAQES. I. L LITTON, A. M., (Oxford and Paris,) Counsellor a. Law unci Attorney, Itocnlree I'lipllS In riIKNIIII, HI. KM AN, ITALIAN, NI'ANINH, LATIN anil HKKKK. Address, by tetter, ltoom 4 t l.ynenm Halt, Harvard
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
JUST READY: HOMESANITATION A MANUAL FOB HOUSEKEEPERS lIV THE SANITARY SCIENCE CLUB OF TUP ASSOCIATION OK COLLKGIATK ALVMN.F. CLOTH, 50 CENTS Tbe object of thin manual is to arouse tlie interest of housekeepers In tho sanitary toadJttoni of their homes, and to Indicate the points requiring investigation, the methods of examination, and tbe practical remedies. Tho subjects treated art? the situation of the house, care of the cellar, plumbing and drainage, ventilation, tinatlng, lighting, furnishing, clothing, foid and drink. Kach tOplo Is introduced by an explanatory utatement, which la followed by a series of questions so framed that an affirmative answer Implies a satisfactory arrangement; and they alto suggost a remedy If the answer Is negative. Sold by Hook sellers. Smt, postpaid, on rrreipt of price t by the publisher*. TICKNOR &amp; CO., Boston. £LL THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as soon as published, at the Univert ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line of Standard Works i...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY Should lake with them a box or two of our delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, For Bale by all Orocersjand At Oup Stores. 33 * 3S ELM B ™eet. Al WUI aluloa J" 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET,! ops. Sunday. Irotu 7.30 to BA. US. ,06 RIVER ST - CAMBRID THURSTON &amp; HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. PREITO^^A'irTiOLP, ONE OF THE GREATEST INVENTIONS OF THE AGE. One of these traps will keep a house entirely free from rats. The trap is strong, convenient to handle, and easily kept clean. ■ - *o—m WILLIAM F. FALLS' STAR LAWN SPRINKLER, FOUNTAIN AND SPRINKLER COMBINED, For sale by BURDITT &amp; WHITE, Central Square, - Cambridgeport. H.W. L.AC,,. H W LEACH &amp; CO., ' * OKAKT Masons, Contractors and Builders. MABOHB.Y IH ALL BEABOHEB. and a Speoialty of BT£AH POWEB AUD PUBNAOE.WOBK. Setting Steam Boilers, Erecting Chimneys, Engine Fountains, Etc.; Building Bakers' Ovens. Chemical Furnaces, Setting Brewers' Kettles, Etc. 146 Washington, near Norfolk Bt, Cambridgeport, V...
In the Open. The Junior Championship. ADMIT ONE TO THE JUDGES' BOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
In the Open. The Junior Championship. ADMIT ONE TO THE JUDGES' BOAT. July 30, i"hi, ■use. m. The writer had a ticket, with the above Eleasant wording on it, handed to him as e entered tlie Riverside lioat house last Saturday afternoon. "Would I like it?" "No funny business?" "No; it's all straight, sent out here by the manager of the thing." "Good! thanks, my boy; if you had given me the city hall you couldn't have pleased me better, this day, at least." Now I don't suppose it will take much to make you believe that the writer with his friend flew for a Bolton car and was cosily seated In the pilot house of the "Mattie Sargent" at 6 o clock sharp, wailing for Mr. Buckley to givo the word "go" to seven promising young men who kept themselves, the referee, and their friends, in an agony of excitement by their constant crowding each other. Then came the usual sly edging up, each man bound to get the slightest advantage on the start, even if only a few inches. Finally, after working the...
On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
On the Water. Smith, brings another trophy to the River. sides. Al the Coming pictllc lbs Riversides and Bradfords will otter prizes to the man or men that succeed in rowing the "Downey" over a certain course. A party of about fifty of the Riversides, Bradfords and friends escorted tho trick boat "Downey" in great style to the WestEnd boat house, near Cragie's bridge in Boston, last Sunday morning, and were agreeably surprised to find a bountiful collation already spreail for them. After satisfying the hungei for which a good healthy oarsman is famous, and after some of the men had "boiled the beef" lo their heart's content, cigars were passed around and all repaired to the balcony, to watch the laughable contortion! of some of our wellknown professionals iv their vain efforts to ride the festive and now famous "Downey." It is needless to say that none succeeded. Mr. Boyinan going by far the greatest distance of any.
Lacrosse. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 6 August 1887
Lacrosse. The Dorchesters aro practically Hon est. Frank X. Cleary and Henry Cabot, of tho Cambridge club, are recreating at Centra Harbor, Maine, Cambridge will cross sticks with tho South Hoston team this afternoon at 5 o'clock on the Fort Washington grounds. Mr. Herbert Waterman, P. M, of the Cambridge Lacrosse Club, guarded tho right garden for the Advertiser base ball team in their last game against the Herald team. It is needless to say the Advertisers won Ihe game. William S. Phillips, formerly cover point for the Dorchester Club, will play with Cambridge in the future, having joined tho association last Saturday. Mr. Phillips is a thorough athlete, an accurate thrower, a rapid runner and a thorough gentleman on the field, and Cambridge Is to be congratulated on securing his services. Tbe Cambridge and Stoneham Y. M. C. A. teams did battle on the grounds of tho latter last Saturday. Cambridge played with a reorganized team, and were, minus tho services of what has been their ...