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East Cambridge. Important. Spring Hats. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
East Cambridge. Important. Spring Hats. The rite of baptism will he administered tomorrow evening at the Baptlat Church. i he Cambridge Cricket Club will give its first sociable in Harugari Hall on Friday, April 15. Rev. Albert Gould preached in Marlborough last Sunday and Dr. L. It. Thayer filled bis place here. Mr. Edward Noyes, so well known In musical circles, gave a birthday party Wednesday evening. Miss Louise Keeler and Miss Bruce, teachers in the Putnam school, will spend their April vacation in New York. The ladies of the Baptist Church are organizing a pink and blue party and dairy maids' drill, the entertainment to be for the benefit of the church. The quartette choir of the Universallst Church Is preparing special music for Easter, and tbe Sunday School has its annual Easter concert in preparation. The next sociable of the Second Baptist Church will take place on the first Wednesday in April, under the management of Mrs. Georjje W. Spencer of Spring street. The last lect...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
MARRIAGES. HARROW-PK.Lt.ER-ln Ihll city, 21it lnat., by R-v, N. 11. Kiss, William 0. Barrow lo Esther Poller, both of Cnmhrldga, BATES-BURNS-23d Inst., by R.r. N. B. Flsk, Kdward T. Ultra, Jr., to Emma ft. Barns, both of Boston. MOROAN-HENI&gt;EHSON-23d Inst., by Iter. W. 8. A|-..y. (leorge S. Morgan of New Loudon, Ct'„ lo Ktla.l. Henderson of Cambridge. SMITH—STEWAKT-lOth lnat., by Rev. Alexander McKenzle, (leortie Smith of MinnMota to C.sale Htewart o'.Cambrhlg.. DKISCOI.I.—HKVAN—AtCIi.hjca. 19th lnat., by Iter. E. E. Ilavllsa, John Q. Ilrlacoll to Hannah llevan, both of Cambrldgo.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
DEATHS. KCKKK-ID this city, 18th Inst., Roe. Kcker, .g.d Id vcars. (IAI.K-ltlih Inst., Magdelln. dale, aged 28 years. GKAY-2IUII Inst., Abble 1.. F Gray, aged 41 year.. KAFFFI'.TY litllli lust., Catherine latterly, aged 60 years, SI'EVENS-tn Mont'.al, Canada, Fr.uk R. Stevens, aged ,'IS years, 10 months, 21 days. [ l»ramatlc papers pleaae copy.]
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
MACCABEE &amp; HANSCOM, Undertakers and Epoalmers, Wareroomi, 238 North Avnnusl I North Gamut idga, Oil I Follow, Bu/ldiii*, N. 11, Open Day iii.il Nltrlii T„, ,n,„™ V 7 Il° ° mce ' 7309 " We give iieraonal attention to all calls promptly. Seventeen rear." experience. E. .1. Powell Maccabee. Arthur 0, Hanscora ltesldeuee, 4 IMce St reel, North Cambridge. UNDERTAKERS. MAKBH A I.o*lo, ' Hemleraon'a Hloek, / . \ !taa North A Venue, Niirtl Cambridge. Mr. Lone. Kr.aMrii.fr. 10 Illce SI. ESABALMERS. JOHN W. COVENEY, UNDEETAKER AUCTION jCMt ft lti:\l. rWTATK AOKNT. Salea of Ileal K.tate Properly hy Auollon or I'll viae Sale. MoVlras;.. Negotiated. 103 Cambridge Ntrret, Bait Cambridge, Cnrner of Hllth Htroet. / f%T_Ar„„ t I'KICK HKIII/cKII XMOTICO I IN CAMIIKIIHIK FOR CLEANING CARPETS i'o 3 CKNTH por lard, iiicliiitiii,. Ilrnisels, Tap?. try, Woollen-or Hemp, QEOROC f. HICKER Ie CO., Htkah Mah.isk CAni'nr&gt;M.KANKiiß. Olllees—Gltl Main Street, Uanibridgepoit, next door lo P...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
''WilaMiWerDays, 1 ' LRCTUR^BY FRAMMa/ILL. A.M.. Bead Muter or Ha Kngll.li High Nrluml, THURSDAY, MI4RCH 31, f At 7.30 P. M^b. lff-Tjm\ WILL UK SBBVKIIVi All, A»'T|J[ TIIK I.KCTIUtK. Ail/i slon, 25 cent.. Unfier tho auspices of the I.adteV Home Mhotonof Sh- pari! Church. OLDE FOLKE'S CONCJRTE UNDKK VK CHAHOK OfM Kqu rp KusvlHus obndlajrrap«ii, ASSISTED b\f I Y« BieGrNflOlßEyo Syngers), V" PAYDaWHUftCH CIIOIRE, y« twWysed SYNGERS, o.yniitlbuGK ORCHESrTRAIN6OCIETIE Of 36 Fyddleta akoiowerf, 880. WHITTLKHAs/UrTLCKTYUE JIIOM TiL I.ciult'.r. Nortli-Afrenufl Orthodox Afetttyng ffouae, TIIUKHI/vY EVENT NO, March ye 31, 1887 (N. **.), at 7.4 A. Itesaired Seat Ticket,*, 60 ceiiu. I would retpeotfullv nail tho at ten Li uu of the Cambridge public to the feet that tho PARK CONCERT COMPANY Make their Farewell Appearance in Cambridge on TUESDAY KVHMMI, Allllti. having contracted this week for a two year." engagement In Europe and tbe West, a'ter whlcff they will probably retire to private life. ...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
tm H Easter flowers, spring songplfers, I and a chetrStw social lv. I !' fe " now irnmctUsJrfe prospect. I The outlook is j^pleasant I We congratulajjryou on it, and beg Ito renKlr k iitrSt our contribution to KfaSß I tne g L,m lt»"l good cheer will be in I '-' I our nne — tnat of the choicest RrJ| I plains and flowers. Our green-\-'"«Sjri , b&amp;ssfl I are almost as well known 2ks3s#*a»« I as harvard Square itself, and there W&amp;VAwK&amp;rM ■ "is little need of special advertising, I eSß|ot to'say that our assortment ft /fw I f° r theljjgster season was never so I ' ar B e ancr^tractive, and that we trJ-:SrS«Svfr^-i"-^.ff^^ SSßsfflalH are ready to Hill all orders. Our &gt; W salesroom is at NrVB2O Main St., ■ and our telephone isHitfo. 7100. PrompWess and satisfactory service at moderate charges are*fc.ways guar/rhteed. P. O'BRIEN &amp; SON, 820 Main Street, Camb^plgf!' The Cycling Scm&lt;HTs Open. j^slu'm BIA * :H&gt; "Av!...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Commonwealth of Massachusetts. MIDDLESEX, SS. PROBATE COURT. To all persons interested In the estate of OLIVER HASTINGS, late of Cambridge, In said County, deceased, greeting: Whereas, LORENZO MARRETT, tbe executor of the will of said deceased, has presented for allowance the fourth account or bis administration upon the estate of said deceased;- £ You are hereby cited to apjpar at a Probate Cuur , to be hoi ten at CarabrlAe In said County, on the first Tuesday of April next, at nlno •'dock In the forenoon, to sllow cause, If any yoa have, why the lime should got be allowed. And said «xeeut«&gt;r Is ordered Jo serve this citation by publishing the sum* -oKce a week in the Cambridge Tribune, a newspaper printed at Cambridge, three weeks successively, the last publication to be two days at least before said Court. Witness, (jßuunu M. Himoks, Require, Judge of said Court, this fifteenth day of March, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighy seven. J. H. 1 YI...
Hemenway Gymnasium. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Hemenway Gymnasium. Next to the athletic revival, the cause of physical education in America has received its greatest impetus, in recent years at least, from the organization by Harvard University in 1870 of a new department of physical training, in connection with the Hemenway Gymnasium, for whose oreotion aud equipment Mr. Augustus Henienway of Boston, a graduate of Harvard in 1870, gave *1111,000. President Eliot himself was a boating man in bis day, and is still a bold rider anil an enthusiastic yachtsman. The Hemenway Gymnasium was built according to the plans of Messrs. Peabody &amp; Steams, the well-known architects of Boston. Mr. Peabody was renowned as a hucccs: fill athlete when a student at Harvard. Dr. D. A. Sargent, a graduate of Bowdoin College in 1875, and of the Yalo Medical School in 1878, was appointed to take charge of the new department, with the title of assistant professor of physical training and director of the Hemenway Gymnasium, The gymnasium was f...
The New Summer School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
The New Summer School. This year, for the first time, Dr. Sargent will open, at the Hemenway Gymnasium, a summer course of physical training, designed to supplement the Physical Training School for Teachers, which lias been so successfully carried on in Cambridge for the last live years. Tlie design of the school is to qualify men and women to supply the demand for competent instructors in tlie Sargent system of examination and physical training. Tho present need is for intelligent organizers and leaders rather than for skilful performers —for those who can arouse enthusiasm for health and development rather than for feats and display. Aside from tho Immediate object of this course, the opportunity hero afforded to persons who are otherwise occupied during* tlie rest of the year for obtaining a better knowledge of their physical condition, and for laying I lie foundation of a better physical life is an encouraging feature of tlie scheme. The course of instruction will consist of lec...
Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, March 21. Appleton Chapel, 7.30 P. M. Hey. (ieorge Zabriskie Gray, D. D. Monday. French readings. "Chanson de Roland." (Heading in modern French from the old French text.) Prof. (John — Sever 11,4 P. M. Harvard Finance Club. Lecture, subject: "Political Economy aud Christianity," Prof. James Laurence Laiighlin—Sever 11, T.BO P. M. The St. Paul's Society. Sermon by ihe lit. Rev. W. C. Doaue, S. T. I)., LI.. 1)., bishop of Albany—St. John's Chapel. 7.30 P. M. Tuesday. French XI. Discussion Orale. Sujet: "La peine de mort doit-elle etre conservoe?"—Sever 111, 3 P. M. College faculty—Meeting at University 5, at 3.3(1 P. M. Assyrian readings. Subject) "Pictures of Babylonian Private and Social Life in Ihe Sixtli Century B. C from Contemporary Documents.'" Prof. Lyon—Upper Boylston, 7.35 P. M. Wednesday. Last day of receiving applications for tlie Parker, Kirklaud, and Walker fellowships. Divinity School Chapel, Conference. Mr. A. M. Lord, 4 P. M. Gre...
The First Winter Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
The First Winter Meeting. Hemenway Gymnasium was well tilled, last .Saturday, to sec Ihe llrsl winter meeting of the Harvard Athletic Association. The events were, excellent anil everything went olt as well as could possibly ho expected. The olllcers of the meeting were as follows: Judge of wrestling, Oiitrain Hangs, '84; referee of sparring, Doctor William Appleton, '72; lodges of sparring, .1. S. Kay, dr., and J. !'. Ilawes. The entiles for putting the shot were X. .1. Manlev, '«7; W. .1. Bowen, '87; r. X. Loud, 'H7; 11. B. (libson, 'MS; ,1. 11. Slade, '1)0. [n the three trial puts, Mauley came out ahead wifh a record of:!:! feet. 7J inches. Loud was second Willi :ll feet lIJ Inches, Bowen third. In the final puts between these thfee men, Mauley kept the lead ami won with a put of 111 feet, S 1 inches, with Bowen second, 83 feet (IJ Inches. Next came beavy-weiglil wrestling by A. X. Holden, '88, and W. .1. Bowen, '87. Bowen Is the college heavy-weight champion wrestler, while Hold...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
l!cv. Brooke Herford of the Arlingtonstreet Unitarian Church addressed a large audience in Applclon Chapel Sunday evening, i'lie .singing hy the choir was worthy of a keen appreciation, and the solo of Mr. j. D, Merrill, '80, in the hymn, "Oh. -for a closer walk with (Sod," was especially well rendered. 'The text was taken from the Ninety-sixth Psalm, the ninth verse, "Oh worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness." The Hasty Pudding Club will give an entertainment in tlie concert room of the Xew York Metropolitan Opera House, on Kaster Tuesday, Apiil ]2, Under the patronage of some of the must fashionable people in New: York. The Harvard seniors are to give a private party In Armory Hall, Brattle square, Wednesday evening, April 30, The Cadet Orchestra will furnish their customary tine music. A chess tournament between Princeton, Tale, Columbia and Harvard is to be held al the Manhattan Chess Club rooms lv New Yoik some lime this sprinc; the date has not yet been decided on definit...
ANDREW JACKSON GRANT COSILY BEHIND THE BARS AT EAST CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
ANDREW JACKSON GRANT COSILY BEHIND THE BARS AT EAST CAMBRIDGE. The arrest of the notorious eonliilencc man and bigamist. Dr. Andrew Jackson Craut. alias Dr. Perry, who married Miss Lucy Torrey of Plyrupton street, last summer, and, after securing tflllUki or SsiHki of her money, skipped off and left her at Albany while on the wedding trip, has caused a decided sensation In Cambridge, Tlie credit for bis clever capture is due to Detective Lawrence .1. Ducey of this city, who has been Hacking him for a long lime. lie was found living in the little town of Clayton, New Jersey, where he had purchased, about five months before, a snug farm of thirty-two acres, and was devoting himself to Ihe raising of fowls. The bouse on the premises was a neat one and well furnished. He employed a housekeeper and 11 hired man. He had Worked himself Into Ihe good maces of the best class of townspeople and was a prominent worker In the Methodist church. Had he been contented to live at Clayton in the man...
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887
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