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FIRST ANNIVERSARY Of the Catholic Young Men's Gymnasium. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
FIRST ANNIVERSARY Of the Catholic Young Men's Gymnasium. An enjoyable celebration of the first anniversary of the Catholic Young Hen's Gymnasium'took place on Easter Monday night at the gymnasium building at the corner of Prospect and Harvard streets. There was a very large attendance and the costumes worn by many of the ladies were elegant and striking. The grand march was led by Floor 'Manages William J. Powers and Miss Powers, followed by Mr. George Fogerty and Miss Cahill, and the other aids. Music was furnished by Wiggin's orchestra. Among tliD9e present were noticed the following: Mr. Arthur Gormley and wife, Messrs. John and George Sharkey and sisters, Mr. T. Sullivan and Miss O'Brien, Mr. Rhode and lady, Mr. C. Donahoe and Mis 9 Toner, Mr. John McCarthy and wife, Mr. Eugene McCarthy and sister/ Dr. Dwyer and sister, Mr. Al. Lyncli and Miss Carty, Mr. William McCormick and Miss Nellie Ball, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Griffin, Miss Maggie Cahill, Miss Minnie Aylward, Mr. Tboinas Tie...
West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
West Somerville. Tlie pleasing operetta, "Penelope," will be given in Clarendon Hall mulct- the auspices of the Welcome Club. If one wishes lo be entertained for an evening they must not fall to go. The pastor of the lark-avenue M. E. Church is attending the annual conference at Leominster, and Rev. F. H. Graves of Byllcld will supply his pulpit next Sunday. Services, 10.1)0 A. M. and 7 P. M. The regular meeting of the Welcome Club was held in the vestry of the Third Universalist Church last Monday evening. The very amusing farce, "The Elevator," by Ilowells, was given by members of the club, and prove.l so entertaining that it will he repeated at some future dale, (lames and songs closed a very pleasant evening. The annual meeting of the Indies' Sewing Circle of the Third Universalist Church was held April IS, The following officers were elected: President, Mrs. Hatlle E. Mackcchnlej vice president, Mrs. Helen Llbbyj secretary, Mrs. Alice Cornea; treasurer, Mrs. JtUtfne Dennison; d...
Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Lexington. Through tho efforts of Hie Historical Society the 19th of April Is to he well observed in Lexington, On Sunday evening there will be commemorative services In the Town Hull wilh music; an address by President X. 11. ("alien of Tufls College, and others will speak. On luesilay al sunrise a ilium corps frill march over the rotito the troops took; a hand conceit will be given at 7.30, anil an old-fashioned hteakfast will be served in the hall of the Massachusetts House. At I) P. M. services for the children will be held In Town Hall, and a ball in the evening will close the day's festivities.
Cycling Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Cycling Notes. 11. W. Hayes has been elected president of the Sterling Cycle Company. The East Cambridge Cycle Club has elected the following-named officers: President, I-'. E. Lunt; captain, 11. A. Llenhard; secretary and treasurer, Irving Baker. At a meeting of bicycle clubs, held Friday evening of last week at the International Hotel, Uoston, flic Eastern Road Club was organized, with Cambridge, Boston, Somerville, Suffolk, Hrookline and Dorchestei clubs as charter members. The club was organised for the promotion of team racing, the first of which will be held Juno 17 next.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
SPITZ BROS. &amp; MORE. THE "BROWNING" Spring Overcoat, $15.00 The "Browning" is the latest fashionable Spring Overcoat, sizes 33 to 37, in the new shade Light Brown Twill, cut short, covert lap seam, satin sleeve linings, exact fitting tailor made garment, and especially designed to fill the place of custom work at a greatly reduced price. 515.00 SPITZ BROS. &amp; MORE, Manufacturers, Wholesalers nnd Retailers, 508 WABHIN6TON STREET, 6 BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. Tyers &amp; Pond PIANO FORTES. The best. NewSty'es. Honest Prices. Easy Payments. Old pianos in Exchange. Catalogues and full information mailed free. If desired will call by appointment at homes of those who cannot visit our rooms. 11KKS &amp; POND PIANO CO. 181 Trcmont Street, - - - - Boston. KNABE Grand, Square and Upright, AMD UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER, 178 Tremont St.. Boston, SOLE AGENT. WBB ULUAN BULLOOK, VIOLIN TEACHER, 101 Harvard St., Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, Teacher of Piano...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Hale's Honey the treat Cough c.qr*,3sc.,Soo.aa Clrnn.hulphurSo.p heals k besuunos, Mo. h Grrm.nCornßemover kills Corns a Bunions HIITa Hair and Whisker Dye—Black and Brown, Wo. Pike's Toothache Drop* cure In 1 sf lnut*,9So Dean's Rheumatic Pill, an a sore cur*, son. Ladies' Fancy Qoods, General Dry Qoods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. B. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. R. DA.k,Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTKR OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS KKCKIVK FIIOMI'T ATTKNTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PEACE, BOSTON. MOTHERS Who wi-.li their boys fitted with tbe bent And finest _ CLOTHING At moderate prices, will And satisfaction ut the chamber* of G. C. MOULTON &amp; CO., 592 WASHINGTON STREET, IIOSTOK. FIH. OI.OTIIINOOrTH. I.Amur STVI.KS AND IIIMT M ATI-HI A I,H, FOR QRHTLMHRN. P. O'BRIEN &amp; SON, FJLORISTS 820 Main Street. Boies, Hose Bouquets, Flowering and Ornam.ntal PVanta. WM. H. WHI...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
SPRINGER BROTHERS, Retail Cloak Department, CHAUNCY STREET, ESSEX STREET and HARRISON AVE., BOSTON. Boston April 1887 Messers Springer Brothers respectfully inform you that they have opened their new styles of Spring &amp; Summer garments in retail department. Careful attention given to Custom orders and satisfactory work guaranteed. I f \ " We Are the ONLY Parties Who Sell or Dye 4ft BLACK-STOCKINGS &gt;■ That Positively Will Not Crock I '^Ir - "oJ\Au "Mllbrlggsii, I.lsle and Cotton stockings (or sale. Unbleached Cotton Stocking g»gl Dyed tor 25 centa per pair. «£? THE F. P. ROBINSON 00..49 WEST STREET BOSTON. A. Anderson, ■«""« « " tw rr D Furniture, OH Clothe, Carpets, etc. Crockery, OlMßware and Kitchen Furniture. Furniture Bought, Sold and Exchanged. CQC MAIN STKKfCT, Cambridgeport. 003 Repairing neatly and promptly executed. DAVID THOMSON," PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholstering and reupbolsterlng furniture, putting up drapery an...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
* QEO.F.WHITTEMORE, * Dentist. * * 50 Bromfield Street, • BOSTON. » . Tha scientific treatment of , teeth to secure their preser- , vation is my specialty. „ 1)R. GEORGE A. RAYMOND, " DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS BBAHCniS, I'arlors, 154K .North Avenue. Office hours, from 8.30 A. M. to 11! M. and from Ito 5 P. M. At Lexington Wednesday. LOOSENED TEETH Treated and Tightened by W. J. CURRIER, D. D. S., 973 Columbus Avenue, - - Boston, GENERAL DENTISTRY. JAMES W. MARSHEA, Watch and ClockMaker. 448 HARVARD STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Repairing a Specialty. FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS and SPECTACLES, In Holyoke Store. JOHN GILL, WATCH MAKER. DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY. Large Aeeortment to Select From. Caah or Credit. Terms Kasy and Equitable. PBENTICE &amp; GILMORE, (Formerly H. A. Prrnticb,) 409 Washington Street, Boston, Room 3. PEAR &amp; BROTHER, SILVERSMITHS AND .1 KWKI.I.KHS, Dealer! In Jewelry, Silver and Plated Wars Clocks, EtO. No. »f Avery Street, Corner M.sou, Itoston. Opposite open...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
_______Lf V. Ballard tic Sons Are exhibiting for the aeaaon new dealgna in STREET COSTUMES, KERSEY BOATS v (with Strapped Seama), RIDINU HABITS, COVERT COATB. DOLMANS, l/LSTEKS, Ele. Spring lniportationa Include a large and elegant variety of COSTUME CLOTHS, In plaids, atripea and tweeda. JACKKTINQS, in Drab Kerseys, Diagonals, fancy Scotch cloths, etc RIDING HABIT CLOTHS IN ALL GRADES. A apeclal line of materials for YACHTING, TENNIS and MOUNTAIN DRESSES, which w. are making at low prices. V. Ballard &amp; Sons, Ladies' Tailors and Costumers, NEW LOCATION, 96 Boylston Street, Boston. Invite you to visit t'telr beautiful studio 10 iTEH I*l.K PL, BOSTON, mid Inepect their epeelinene of PHOTOGRAPHS.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
The pressure upon our columns this week Is so great that a large amount of matter of timely and important Interest is inevitably omitted. Nortli Cambridge is a big subject and has crowded Tiik Titiiiu.VE to the exclusion of much that would otherwise have been gl-ully printed.
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Cambridge. Mr. Samuel Eliot is still in Floiida. I Prof, and Mrs. Asa Gray have sa'led for Europe for the summer. Mr. George Cutler is ill with pneumonia at his home on Wallace street. Professor Whiltemore will preach at the Mount Auburn Chapel tomorrow, Hcv. James O'Brien uf St, Peter's Catholic Church, Concord avenue, is seriously ill. Mrs. William 8. Metcalf and child have gone to Providence, It. 1., to visit friends. Mr. George E. Fairbanks died at his home, No. 0 Plyiiiplou street, on Thursday afternoon. The proceeds uf the old folks'concert at the Mount Auburn Chapel last week were about (Ot). The retort that Captain T'mothy Ames is dead, is unfounded, although his eondilion is critical, Mr. Gabriel Howard, who has been confined to the house all winter, is able to be about again. Prof. J. Kellner of tho Episcopal Theolnglcai School is spending a few days in Geneva, N. Y. Bishop Boone of China with his wife and little son are the guests of Mrs. C. It. Woods and will remain duri...
A Successful Business Man. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
A Successful Business Man. On May the first, Mr. Cyrus D. Wilder will have occupied his store at Harvard square six years, during which time his trade -has steadily increased. Today lie probably does a larger retail business than any man In Cambiidce. Mr. Wilder lias been In the boot and shoe trade In this cily for upwards of thirty-five years. He occupied one store at the Port for twenty-five years before he removed lo his present place. He secured the confidence of his trade from the start, aud has held it by always selling them the best goods obtainable at a fair profit. His stock lias always been large and well selected, so that where Cambridge people have been compelled to go to Boston for most other articles of wear they have always been able to select from as good and varied assortment of hoots and shoes as any Boston dealer had to show. Mr. Wilder always keeps abreast of the times; any novelty that lias received the stamp of public approval immediately finds its way to his s...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Base-ball enlhiisiaus are tilling- the air with praises of the splemllil reports of the Bostons' games which the Boston glohb is giving. Tint (ioisx was the mil. paper In the country which sent n special reporter Willi the team on Its Southern trip. I.ovits of the national gam* esiinot afford to misa the Boston Daii.v ami SUNDAY UI.OHK.
North Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
North Cambridge. Rev. Dr. Alexander will reside on Lancaster street. Mr. Chester F. Sanger started Friday for St. Paul and Minneapolis on business. The Canadian emigrants begin to arrive In town In search of employment at the brick yards. The Day-street Congregational Church, West Somerville, will soon hold a dairymaids' festival. S. S. Sleeper, Esq., was one of the guests at the Massachusetts Club dinner at Young's last Saturday evening. Six golden robins alighted in a yard near Porter's station, Tuesday morning, and sang their spring song. The old depot at Porter's station, which was ju9t sold and moved away, was completed anil opened for occupancy about 1854. The last sociable of the season by the Universalist Society was held Thursday evening. It was a very enjoyable occasion. Mr. J. 11. Trofatter, for twenty-five years an old carriage builder of Salem, has lately become connected with Henderson Bro*., as collcc'or, Mr. Allen Chase, wh 1 has been obliged to give up his studies I...
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. The Coming Military Ball by Company B. First Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. The Coming Military Ball by Company B. First Regiment. Hey. William Howe is making a tour of several months ihrongh the Souh. Rev. W. 11. Thomas will return from the conference at Leominster iv lime to preach toinoriow morning. On May 2 a May party will he given iv Union Hall under the auspices of the First Universalis! Society. Mrs. S. Louise Barton of Boston will speak in Steams Chapel next Thursday evening at eight o'clock. On Monday evening the A. A. Carlton Ass.'inhlv NO, 7-57-"&gt;. X. ol' L , held a dance In Union II ill. Mr. E. J. Carroll officiated as floor director. St. George's day will be celebrated with a grand ball in Odd Fellows Hall next Thursday evening, given by Victory Lodge No. 101, Sons of St. George. . Dr. 11. O. Marcy's Bible class of tho Harvard Street M. E. Church had a reunion on Wednesday evening at the residence of Mr. Durgin, IiOS Harvard street. Mrs. Charles A. G.iv of William 11. Smart Relief Corps No. 27 will ...
East Cambridge. The Bazar in Aid of St. John's Literary- Institute. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
East Cambridge. The Bazar in Aid of St. John's LiteraryInstitute. At the Haptist Church, Rev. W. W. Everts, Jr., of Philadelphia, will preach on Tuesday evening. Mr. John R. Taylor, for many years bookkeeper for Chaffee &amp; Cuinmings, has gone into business for himself. Tomorrow, Low Sunday, the Easter music will be repeated at the Church of the Sacred Heart, without the orchestra, There will be confirmation services t day at ihe Church of ihe Sacred Heart, Archbishop Williams being present. The Easter concert of the Haptist Church will be held tomorrow night, and one of the features will be the cornet playing by Carl Merrill. The Y. P. M. A. of the Second Universalist Church will conduct ihe Sunday evening meeting at the church. Speakers will be present from the different Y. M. P. A.s of llosion and Cambridge. Praise service at 7.a0. St. John's Literary Institute of East Cambridge auspiciously opened its long-talked-of bazar and lair on Monday evening. The society wishes ...
The Mason Estate. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
The Mason Estate. Tills delightful estatsairords some of the fl.est building lots In the city ol Cambridge, it la tho hlnbeat land iv lbs city, the view lining unaurpa«a«d. Arlington, Belmont, Si mervllle, Medford, Toftl College, Newlon, and various parts of Cambridge coming wllhln easy range of tho naked .yo from any on. point. Tbe bus are of moderate sine, to suit paopln of moderate! mcliia Tna prio Is within rsaaonablc b mhila, and less than half wta it land coaia a stone's throw distant. The land la 10. oaled on accepted streets, w th sewer ami water pipes air sdy laid, an I gas poihlaad tins enr ng. Tbe locality Is within four niliiut«a' walk of Por ler's Station on tbe l'l chburg railroad, and Ihre. lines of horse cars Ui Boston. Intending buyers should make an Investigation of this chance by applying to W. A, Mason * Son, civil engineers • anihrlitgeitort. Mass.