Elephind.com contains 228,411 items from Cambridge Tribune
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 3,057 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
BOSTON & LOWELL R R. MIDDLESEX CENTRAL DIVISION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
BOSTON &amp; LOWELL R R. MIDDLESEX CENTRAL DIVISION. PASSKNUF.It SERVICE, FEBRUARY 21, 1887. I,F.A»'K HUSTON FOII OONOOKD AND PRISON STATION HI T.flll A. M.i 18.104.22.168 p. m. Sun,lay, at 12.80 P. M. RETURN FROM PRISON STATION St 8.38 A. St.; 12.3.-,, 4..18 p. m. Sunday, at 8.85 A. Mil 4.30 I. SI. RETURN FROM CONCORD at 8.4.1 A. If.| 19.43, 4.42 l&gt;. M. Sunday, at 0.09 A. M.; 4.36 l*. M. cLEAVE BOSTON FOII HKDFORD st 8.43,7.80, 10.00 A. M.; 1.30, 3.43, 4.88, 8.43, 6.08. 1i.311, 10.13 r. is. Sunday, at 12.80, 8,00 P. M. RETURN at 5.45, 6.35, 7.00, 7.26, 8.54, 10.02 A. St.; 12.52, 3.39, '4.82, 008 p. St. SuriTTßv, Ht 0.13 A.M.; 4.40 P. M. LEAVE BOSTON FOR LEXINGTON at 0.48,' 7.05,7.50,22.214.171.124,10.00, 10.50 A. M.; 12.20, 1.30, 2.50, 3.15, 4.25, 5.25, 5.43, 0.08, . 6.30, 7.1,3, 8.18, 10.15, 11.28 p. M. Sumlajr, at 10.30 A. M.; 12.80, IUiO P.M. ItKI'UKN at 5.55, 6.45, r.OO, 7.37, 8.0r,,8jt 9.01, 9.38, 10.11, 10.43 A. M.; 12.15, 1.02, 2.15, 3.48, 4.10, 3.02. H. 17. 6.35, ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
t LEAVE BOSTON FOR W. SOMERVILLE a 6.45, 7.05,7.50,8.20, 9 33. 10.00, 10.50 A. SI.; 12.2(1, 1,80, 2.30, 3.45, 4.25, 4.50, 5.15, 5.25, 5.45. 6.00, 6.08, 6 30, 7.05, 7.15, 9.18, 10.13, 11.28 p. si. Sunday, at 10.30 A. St.; 12.3(1, 6.00 p. M. RETURN St 6.22, 7.09, 7.34, 7.54, 8.32, 8.58, 9.27, 10.01, 10.28, 11.09 A. SI.; 12.39, 1.27, 2.40, 4.06. 4 88, 8,88, 8.4", 6.19, 8,89, 7.53, 9.24, .10.35 P.M. Sunday, at 9.80 A. M.; 1.08, 5.21 P. SI. LEAVE BOSTON FOR NORTH CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION at (1.45, 7.05, 7.5(1. 8.20, 9.35, 10.5(1 A.M.; 12 20, 1.3(1. 2.50,3.45, 4.23, 4.50, 5.15, 5.2; i, 0.(10, 6.08, 6.30, 7.05, 7.45, 9.15,- 10.15, 11.25 p. M. Sunday, at. 10.30 A.M.; 12.50,0.00 P.M. RETURN St 6.20, 7.07, 7.32, 7.40, 8.30, 8.50, 9.38, 9.49, 9.89. 11.07 A.M.; 12.37, 1.23, 2.37,14.31, 8.31,5.40, 6.17, 6.57, 7.51, 9.22, 10.33 P.M. Sunday, at 9.48 A. Ms; 1.00, 5.19 P. M. GEO. \V. STORER, AM't Genl. Passenger A£t. C.S.M ELLEN,Osnl.Sunt,
The Only Employee of the Cambridge Road Who Began With the Road. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
The Only Employee of the Cambridge Road Who Began With the Road. Bryan McMahan! You know him, of course—who is there thai has travelled over the Cambridge railroad through Harvard square for the last thirty years that does not know this genial, faithful, old Irish soul. You, perhaps, know him by sight better than name, but you will at once recognize him as a Harvard-square landmark and a Cambridge railroad lixture. Bryan has served the railroad company for the past thlcty-one years. Today, the 20th of March, is the thirty-lirst anniversary of bis engagement by that corporation. He is the oldest employe on ihe road and tho only one now in service who began when the road first started. He was born in Limerick, County Limerick, Ireland. He is in doubt as to his exact age, but calculates that he must bo between 55 and 00 years old. Thirty-six years ago In May lie left the old country and came, to America, hoping to better his He landed in New York hut did not tarry there, coining direct...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Hale's Honey thegreat Cough cure,25c.,500.55l Kll'llll's Solplllir Soup heals k beautifies, 25a GermnnCornltcinovcr kits oforna &amp; p unions Hill's Halr.aoa Whisker IHe—RlnWnnd Crown, Cbo. IMhc's T'ooilinelic iriops ciW' In 1 Mlnuto.26o Dean's Itheumatlc IMIIh ore a au/o cure, 60a MTss lTllian mvMj VIOLIN TEACHER, 101 iiiirviirtl St., Cum bridge MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES. Teacher of Pia/no, No. 613 Main Strelf, OAMBKIDGEPORT. CALIXA LAVALLEE, Formerly of the Conserrtttorv of Pftrlf, nireinmod Inst runt on on i hi* I'inno, Mimnnny ami C'Hti|n&gt;-*i-tion, tn ulassea Or ,&gt;ji*Hty li'hmhis, ni tttw Miller llalfTl"&gt;0 Trcmont Si., Boston. A|i|iltcatloun may be made :it Hi-nry b\ Miller&gt;, (ill Wit-Oiingion St., or at the lvL'TrMit'ii AcHtlomy of MUllOi ARTISTS' MATERIALS Of Kvery Description, WA OS WORTH, HOW LAM) &amp; CO., 82 &amp; 84 Washington St/ Oata oi'.e- K-ee. BOSTON. £"\HAS. ,E. FRENCH, Art Stationer. 3 Park Street, Bo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
TMJISS C. 8. FISHER, Dressmaker, Is prupared to do work at residents, ni at-home, No. 3 Wallace Terrace, Cambridge. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. purs; them tn tbe bmy season. Street, CambridgepWli lie X, Damk, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS 4/ tVnTION. NO. 10TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. MOTHERS Who Willi their hoys lilted with the heat hiul finest CLOTHING At iiiodcntto prices, 'will find rmtirifful Inn n| tin- rhiimlH-r*" of C. G. MOUi-TvON ft CO., 582 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON, Fink Cloiiiino ok thk i.atkst stvi.bs and lIKBT MATKHIAI.S, Pun IIKNTI.HMK.N. 1 I / " \ We Are the ONLY l'Brtlo. Who Sell &lt;&gt;r Ilye #Jsb BLACK STOCKINGS That Positively Will Not Crock ! "^ ,D 'l«»»&gt;i, Male »nd Cotton StooklrK. fora.le. Untile i-ln.l c ,tton Stooklnga — " l " '&a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
V. &amp; Sons Are exblbitlng t at new deaigna In STREET ( OSTI'Tlft/ KEKSKV COATS J (with Strappei Seams), ItllH.Ml UAliipL COVKUT COATS. UOIiJUKu/ y ILBTEI.S, Etc. Spring ltnportatpns luclade a large and elegant variety of COSTBME cloths, hi plaids, etripea and tweeds. JjuJKETINIBS, In Drab Kerseys, Diagonals, fancncotch ciotl., etc. RIDIIW HABItVoTHS A spccia/line of materials ftr YACHTING, TENNIS old MOUNTAIN DHE3|ES, which we arc makiilf at low prices. S V. Ballard «£ Sons. Hadies' Tailors and Costumers, !»(&gt; Boylston Street, Boston. Park Riding 1 ACADEMY, COIINKK | Newbury Street &amp; West Chester Park, Boston. School Opens September 15th, 1886. Horses Carefully Triilued to the Saddle for I.utiles ami lli-nlli-uii'ii. Saddle Horses to Lot by tlie Month of Season Private Horse. Boarded at $7 p-.tr weuk, iin-luillng u.e of Hiding School. All Hick Hay (Vir* /'a.,. fAc 'toor. For rurther Information addtats — , W. a. MoQIBBON, Manager and Instructor. KNA...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
LOOSENED TEETH Treat, il nntl I lgl,l»ti,-.1 bj W. J. CURRIER*" D. D. S., 373 Coliiiiihua Avenue, - - Hog ton, OBMBRAL DENTISTRY. JAMES W. MARSHEA, IrVatch and ClockMaker. 448 HARVARD STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Repairing a Specialty. FINE WATCHES, " CEOCKS .iikL SPECTACLES, In Holyoke Store. JOHN GILL, WATCH MAKER. DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Large Assortment t«» Select from. Cash of ttVrdlt. Tenna Knay nnd Kquitable. PRENTICE &amp; fiILMORE, (Forirmrly It. A. Pbkmtick,) 409 Washington Street, Boston, Room 3.
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Cambridge. Tlie incandescent has arrived In Old Cambridge. All hail! The electric now illuminates the heretofore dark and dismal Church street. There will be a temperance meeting tomorrow afternoon in G. A. li. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. George Webber sail week after nex' for Europe. They will be absent about ten weeks. It is said that a public trial of the Orcutt railway signal will be made on the Lowell railroad next week. Miss Edith Estelle Torrey has been engaged as soprano at the Unitarian Church in Lowell for the ensuing year. fc Miss Fay of this city is visiting Washington as the guest of her nephew, Mr. Sidney Everett, of the Department of Stale. One of the sad'sights in tbe Police Court this week was a sixteen-year-old girl from East Cambridge charged with drunkenness. The Dunster-street obstruction case against the Cambridge railroad was on Monday again postponed for a couple of t jta s. Mr. Frank Stevens, formerly a letter carrier connected with the Cambridge station, died recent...
North Cambridge. A Quiet but Prominent Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
North Cambridge. A Quiet but Prominent Wedding. Mr. C. F. Sanger is in Chicago on business this week. Mr. J. J. Henderson returned from Florida last Saturday. Remember the masquerade in Clarendon Hall next Friday evening. Mr. M. Clinton Bacon has moved Into his elegant new residence on Chester street,. The old depot commenced on its trip to Dublin bright and early Monday morning. Miss Mary Gibbsof White street died suddenly of heart disease, Thursday morning, aged 88 years. In the Superior Court this week, Patrick Conlan pleaded guilty to drunkenness ami paid his fine. Dr. T. J. Sawyer will preach tomorrow evening, at 7 o'clock, at the Third Universalis! Church. All aro welcome. It Is reported that Mr. Worthley of Arlington has purchased Mr. C, W. Turner's milk route, the latter having gone out of the business. A private whist party was held at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Llttlefield, on Eustis court, Tuesday evening. Mr. J. W. Hiinnewell won the liooby prize. The engagement...
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Dedication of the New Pulpit at St. Peter's. Cambridge Art Circle. Important Journalistic Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Dedication of the New Pulpit at St. Peter's. Cambridge Art Circle. Important Journalistic Gossip. Rev. W. H. Thomas preached in Lynn last Sunday. The annual business meeting of the Broadway Baptist Church was held last night. Tlie overseers of tho poor will hold a meeting at the Central-squaro building on Tuesday; The annual business meeting of the First Universalist Society will take place on Monday evening. The ordinance of baptism will be administered tomorrow evening at the Broadway Baptist Chinch. Tomorrow Is temperance Sunday at the Social Bible Class in Odd Fellows Hall, and good speakers are expected. Secretary Messer of the Y. M. C. A. gave some Bible readings on Monday night at the Harvard-street, M. E. Church. Mrs. Cheney of the State W. C. T. U. will speak in the Central-square Baptist Church tomorrow at 2.30 P. M. Edmund T. Phclan, the popular Cambridge comedian and humorist, has gone on a flying visit to New York City. On Thursday even...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
\ -MfORACE S. BARTLETT. \ Harvard Square, Cambridge, M &gt;REAL ESTATE ACCENT. CAM BRIDGE PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON to#FICK. Have your property placed on roy list Immediately, at tarn in a position la thow and direct patront a, emf place in Ihe cily. Building tiatt for .ale In Ihe mo.t de.lrs.ble location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET. . TELEPHONE 7318. TO ALL WHOSE VISION IS/.MPAIREP. = rfg g"^ DRS. ENlttY &amp; CHAPMAN, (ajßljy OPTICIANS, Of Boston, have opened the store at 507 Main St, Cambridgeport, iiid are prepared to adjust In tbe mo.t Sclentiflc Manner, Lenses of "every radius, Concave, Convex, Partsooplc, Cylindrical, Ca aract, Clerical and Double Vision Spectacles. , Consultation and Examination of tbe Eye, Free. Macnllar, Pilfer &amp;Cmpany. RETAIL 010THW6 OEPaSTMEaT. The clothing which we roanuActure fo&gt; this department la made for the exrass purpose of ■upplyhip the wants of Kentlemaf who, believing that the best is the cheapest, we ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
J THE line storm is over, the firstotJlKpril ' s near, and the little birdsasSTconiing back from their winter All nature indicates that the buying furniX ture aiu ' carpets us. It is a good atl^i^^^Hii 1 ' 1110 t0 cons |4(s»^™' lL ' re Y° u will buy what w furnishing or refurnishing yovrWjjsWse. We beg to announce that R' fully ready for the spring from ground floor to loft, is crowdedwifchthe latest and best things in carpets Mru furniture. The prices^never so low. The designs weasrnever so artistic. The never so good to makej»our home charming at small expense. find' that you ezra/save money, every time, by buying of us. PlearalMll WALBRIDCE BROS., FURNITURE and CARPETS, 23 Washington St., Boston.
THE NEW POSTMASTER MR. D. T. DUHIG APPOINTED TO SUCCEED MISS O. S. BRAGDON. Sketch of the Appointee and Some Facts About the Office. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
THE NEW POSTMASTER MR. D. T. DUHIG APPOINTED TO SUCCEED MISS O. S. BRAGDON. Sketch of the Appointee and Some Facts About the Office. Mr. Daniel T. Duhig, who has been chosen by Postmastei Corse to succeed Miss O. S. Bragdon as superintendent of the Cambridge post-office, was born in Cambridge, October 4, 1845. He attended the Harvard Grammar School, where, under tbe fortunate tutorship of Principal Magoun, he obtained his I'mited education. After leaving this school he entered tbe printing office of Allen &amp; Farnum in Cambridge, where he was engaged at the opening of the war. He enlisted al the age of eighteen in Company F of the Thirty-eighth Massachusetts Volunteers, and served to the end of the war, participating, under Gen. Banks, in the Louisiana campaign, and with Sheridan at Cedar Creek, Fisher's Hill, Winchester and other engagements in the valley. After ills discharge from the service he reentered the printing business, and soon after began work for John Wilson A...
Praise for the Police. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Praise for the Police. The following communication was read Wednesday evening in the several guard rooma of the police stations at Cambridge: City or cam iiamo k, Mayor's Omen, 1 March I, 1887. I To the Cinsr or Polick: In behalf of the elty, and expressing an almost universal feeling of the cltlsens, I desire to warmly commend the police force, officers ami men, for their faithful and arduous aervtce during the recent troublea In I Ills olty. Called upon for severe, continuous tabor of many hours -each day, th.y r.ported promptly, served faithfully and patiently, and with courage and good judgment upheld the law and malatnlned peace and good ord.r In th. city. V.ry truly yours, William F.. Kussßi.r., Mayor.
Meeting of Master Painters. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Meeting of Master Painters. A meeting of tbe master painters of Cambridge was held Thursday evening at Mr. P. J. Thayer's office on Main street, to discuss what prices shall be paid to Journeymen And what prices be charged for work the coming season. There were about fifteen gentlemen present. Mr. Gunnison presided ajJMr. Ackers acted as secretary. It was neyntnoualy voted to pay first-class Jour-•gorknHwenty-flve cents per hour, Inferior may *** *" be paid as the master painters con eltute at was also voted that ten hours 'no hours on it work for live days, and cpulied to wait r.day. Tlie secretary was \ not present, and obta. the master painters the doings of the meetlheir signatures to and profitable discussion iii.A" interesting of work, and various subjects '|A&gt;» the price the trade. The gentlemen presenting to to organize themselves Into a perilKi*'^ •&gt;t association and chose Mr. Gunnison president; Mr. Ackers, secretary, and Mr. F. J. Thayer, treasurer. ...
The New Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
The New Bridge. A hearing will be held before the committee on harbors and lands, at the green room, State House, Monday next, at 11.30 A. M., on numeroua petitions for legislation to secure Ihe proposed bridge across the Charles-river basin from West Chester Park. No public improvement is of more pressing neees-ity at this tine than this bridge. As the Iniilg-caiinot he hull I without legislation, it is Important that those whose Interests cannot fail lo be largely subserved by ibis improvement, should pertonally attend the hearing "it Monday next, and give the measure substantial endorsement by their presence and advocacy.
City Government. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
City Government. At the regular meeting of the aldermen, Wednesday evening, Messrs. Coveney and Frasler were absent. A notice was received from :he common council Informing the board that it had voteil to indefinitely postpone the matter of leasing the city wharf; received and placed on file. Tbe ordinance in amendment of an ordinance in relation to the time of making up the am mil assessment of taxes, fixing the 20th of August as the dale, which came from the council non-concurred in |and on which a conference committee was appointed, came up from the council with the endorsement that the board voted not to recede. After another prolonged debate on this time-worn and quibbling subject, it was recommitted to the committee on conference. i.iF. W. Dalliuger petitioned for edgestones and brick sidewalk on Henry street. J. F. McQuade gave notice of damages sustained by a fall on Cambridge street; referred to committee on claims. J. F. O'Brien petitioned for another electric light on Mai...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Common Council. In tho common council iho president anil Messrs. Evslstb, ltlngliam, De Cuurcy nml Traces were appointed on the Memorial day committee. Tim order from the hoard of aldermen granting the employes of the. cily, audi as could he apared, a holiday on March 17th, came up for its first reading. It was opposed by Councilman Durrell, who said: "I shall oppose Ins order for what I think are goi&gt;d-!,tid solllfo-iii, revs. ns. The first la, 1 think there 1.1 no right or Justice In giving to a part of the employes ol the city .holiday al tile expeoaeof the tax payers, and a. against tlie oilier employs., Ido not tellevc in (iivorltlstn 'either to ono elnss or the other, aa has been shown In this ease, and I think II la establishing a bad precedent. I bulleve In holidays—we do not have any too man)—hut when w. have them lor tho city, have Ilium apply to all departments alike. Neither do 1 believe In making a day a holiday when no private concerns or corporations close ...