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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 1. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. T^CA/ABrXIDGE^IBUNE pUBLiaHBD SVMBY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. psWaerlptloii for one year, .... 12,60 A 6 Mn " .«.okV By mall free of Postage. Tnx Tribi/hb U printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches lubiorlben In Cambridge, Boston, and tbe towni of Southern Middlesex, mi Saturday morning. It Is for tale, at five cents a cony, at the following news stands: OW> C'AaISRIDOB: Amee Brothers; Ijarrard Sq.; J. H. Orant, Holworthy street, Mt. Aubarn. CiJBBBIDOBroRT: Mr. Sbedd, 664 Main street; U. X. Frenoh, 688 Main street; F. L. Beonke, KD Main street and 21 Ktver street; F. A. Clark, earner Main and l'earl streets; A. P. Greenleaf, 489 Main street; Frank Sayre, 409 Main street; 1.1). Thomas, 154 Harvard street;- H. B. Ingalls, 149% Broadway; J. X. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge X. X. Transfer Station, Wen Bost...

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Three Days' Conference OF THE Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES OF NEW ENGLAND. A Good Attendance, Earnest Addresses, and Pleasant Social Greetings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Three Days' Conference OF THE Y. M. C. A. SECRETARIES OF NEW ENGLAND. A Good Attendance, Earnest Addresses, and Pleasant Social Greetings. For the third time in the history of the Young Men's Christian Association the general secretaries of the organization throughout New England have met in conference, and Cambridge was favored with their presence on the occasion of the last, which took place the past week. Tuesday was the opening evening and it was devoted to a welcome and reception to the guests, which proved to be a very cordial and enthusiastic one. The early part of the evening pending the arrival of the visitors was spent in sociability or in inspecting the premises. At 7:20 the invitation was given to ascend to the dining ball, where the Ladies' Auxiliary had prepared a substantial repast. Besides the visiting secretaries there was present a large sprinkling of the solid members of the association. After supper the tables were cleared and seats arranged in order to listen to...

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Overseers of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Overseers of the Poor. A meeting of the overseers of the poor took place at the almshouse on Tuesday, Dr. Vaughan being absent. The house report showed that there were 149 inmates at the almshouse on March 1, including 98 adults and 51 minors. The sales report showed the sales for February to have been as follows: $671.37 for offal, $12.45 for stone, 187.63 for sundries; total, $871.45. A sixmonths contract to supply the almshouse with boof rattles was awarded to Brock & Nash of Boston; it was voted not to sell any portions of the almshouse lands and to reimburse Edward Fitzgerald for stone taken from his land.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Councilman Frank 11. Tet'lo i« "' N''*B York on business. I

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

TO LET. New Brick House, NO. 25 WARE STREET. Has eleven rooms and all conveniences. One of the prettiest and most convenient of modern houses. Rent, $600.00. J. H. HUBBARD, Harvard Square. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: ( Draper Lehigh, FURNACE. ( Jeddo Lehigh, ( Free Burning. STOVE ( Franklin, ( Excelsior, Free Burning. CANNEL. ( ENGLISH, AMERICAN, ) For Open Grates. WOOD. ( All Kinds, Sawed and Split WOOD (All Kinds, Sawed and Split to order. COLLEGE WHARF, Foot or llanster St., • • (smbrldgei V Order* may also be left at I'ntTerslly Bookstore, arrant Square; W. 1.. Snow's, West SomerYllle. Telephone 7163. WILLARD'S WHARF. KHTAHI.IMir.Ii 1*29 Chas. G. Coblelgh, !»nli-r In High (Iradei Of COAL. Also, N. S. Rock Maple, Pinefand Oak WOOD for Grates or Kindlings. Spruce BDtl Hemlock .Slab, ilrh-k rMj-tniji fir RlllltllDgS. ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CAN NEL COAL ' 'HI>P.It "KKII'K LaTKI'M MILIUM.. Ht...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

BARTLETTS COLLEGE PHARMACY. tyrhe Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section of the City. LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN TOILET REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter A. Claflin7 A FULL ASSOKTMKNT OF DRUGS. CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES Anil all tbe Nt'W Kenioilleß conitenUy In Hock I>K. WVMAN'H ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK. EMULSION «'OI> I.IVKII Oil., HIU'KKIOK IHY KIIM, CHI.OKA TK I'OTAHII TAHI.BTS, TOII.KT SOAPS, TOIITII I'DWIIIR, COI'UII MYKI'I", HIIIIA MISTTABI.KTS, Dl-TII.I.KH KXT WITCH HAZKI., KXTItACT JAMAICA OIMIKIt NOTE PAPER BY TIIK POIND. ! Cream Wove, •:- 25c. lb. Cream Laid, •: • 35c. lb. Russian Linen, • • 40c. ib. | Beacon Hill Linen, 50c. lb. j Weston's Linen •:• 55c. lb. Irish Linen, • • 67c. lb. KNGKA V I NO. Plate and Cards, 51.75. AMEE BROTHERS, Harvard Square, NKXT TO TIIK C\K STATION SPECIAL NOTICE. In nr4*»r t i nink<> r-« m It sphlMi i*t«'l).S Winter Stock AT A (iRK...

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THE STRIKE OFF. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE STRIKE OFF. The strikers on Wednesday evening declared the strike "off," and voted that each man should be at liberty t i gel work wherever he could. The discussion that preceded the vote was a long one, and iis tenor was n,t particularly complimentary to the leaders. It is four weeks since the tie-up was voted, and it has been a hard lime for the misguided men and their families. The bitterness of the mistake they made has b-en apparent to the public from the first. The men have recognized it themselves for a fortnight or more, but pride and desperation c,unbilled have In- j duced two or three hundred of thorn to hang | together until this week. ( A more 111-advised and badly-managed ' strike is not on record. A handful of irre- | sponsible malcontents brought it on against the judgment of most of the more intelligent men. [it, continuance for a day after the ear* began to run was the height of folly. Its absolute collapse after a mouth of Idle-' aess on the part of those who "...

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THE MEIGS ROAD LOCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE MEIGS ROAD LOCATION. The caraful examination of the route asked for by the Meigs railroad, which the committee on mads and bridges made last Monday, convinced them that the. interests of the city would be better served by a track running up Bent street, arroas the Jand of the Boston & Albany railroad to Portland and up Portland to Main street. Accordingly a report was submitted recommending that a location be granted on the portion of Portland street covered by the first petition of the company, and a new petition was presented for tho remainder i f the location. The ordinances granting the Portland-street location were laid over for one week to be printed. On a vote to accept and adopt the committee's report, wbloh was interpreted by the mayor as a general approval of Iv provisions, the vole was eight to two In Its favor. Aldermen Cogswell and Ball voting in the negative. The former Is the only member of the board who declared himself opposed lo granting a location ...

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THE GREAT CONSOLIDATION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE GREAT CONSOLIDATION. Horse railroad history is made rapidly, of late. No sooner was the consolidation of he Cambridge and Metropolitan roads Infinitely agreed upon by the directors of loth companies, than its consummation was made impossible by the purchase of a controlling Interest In the Cambridge by a party f mysterious capitalists whose names and ocallty were unknown to Ihe public, and even lo the directors themselves. Slmultaleonsly with this the South Boston' control >assed into new hands, and the scheme nf he Metropolitan to secure a location In lonth Boston was blocked. Scarcely was the public surprUe at these tremendous atock movements quieted, when the Metropolitan stock began to boom under the heavy buyiug, and on Saturday last the control of that great company pasted into the hands of the omnivorous syndicate. It was at first believed '.hat the Philadelphia Traction Company was the purchaser of the Cambridge and South Boston stock. A later rumor credited t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A conference Coin nut lee representing Ihe amalgamated building trades of Boston and the master liuilllers has been agreed upon for the purpose of securing uniformity of hours ami other desired improvements. In their reply in the proposition the master builders lay down the which in their "[union should govern associations, cither of employes or employed: "First—Associations, as such, can make no agreements, but musl simply act as deliberative, advisory bodies, and in conferences the only action should Im- the submission uf a report iv the form of resolutions ~f recummendati'in lo the individuals forming the associations. Second —Individual liberty to work or not to work, to employ or not to employ, must always remain unquestioned and unassailed. Third—The delegates sent to us must lie individuals whom some of the memU'rs of this association are either actually employing or are in tbe habit of employing, for we have no right lo interview or interfere in matters of this kind with wor...

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Frederick W. Gould. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Frederick W. Gould. Mr. D. Gilbert Dexter writes from Los Angeles, under date of February 21, tbe following warm-hearted sketch of crick W. Gould of Cambridge, whos^-^ sudden death was so a shock °. M .H friends in this city as well as in fornia: The sudden death of Frederick \V. GoUd has caused a thrill of Badness to pervade this community. Mr. Gould was well known in California as a young man of tbe highest character. lis was beloved by ill who knew him. His parents reside In Cambridge and the family are among the best known in the city. In this sad bereavement the family and friends have the heartfelt sympathy of friends Kail and West. At ilui lime of his death the deceased was thirty years of age. lie came to CaliljrTiia some time ago and liked the genial climate so well that he decided to make this hh future home. He was thoroughly in love with the whole country and never tired of talking about it. The writer of this brief sketch had the pleasure of bis acquaintance here and wa...

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Charlotte Fiske Bates's Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Charlotte Fiske Bates's Readings. The Boston traveller has the following pleasant notice of the recent series of readings given in Boston by Miss Charlotte Kiske Bates of Cambridge: Added to her broad culture, Miss Bates has great analytical powers, keen, clear perceptions, and a rare capacity for gathering into a few sentences the wheat scattered through a mass of literature. She does for her audience that which the editor does for the readers of his paper—culls the Important facts and presents them in an attractive, forcible manner. In this age of hurry there Is a constant struggle lo gain mental as well as material wealth with the leasl possible effort. Th" mines must be dug, but how much easier to take the product second hand than to delve for one's self. Miss Bates is a faithful, conscientious toiler In the mino of literature; she lias gleaned only the gold and precious gems; anil she gives of her wealth unslintlngly. In the course Just ended she discussed tbe lives and the wor...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Among the Books. It has transpired that the late Mrs. Horace Mann wrote a novel almost a generation ago which never was published because its incidents were based largely upon actual events, and she wished to postpone the publication until all who might be affected by It should have passed away. The time at last arrived and arrangements for the publication through the D. Lothrop Company had been made, when it was discovered that tbe manuscript had strangely disappeared. During an ineffectual search, Mrs. Mann herself passed away, and thus did not have the satisfaction of seeing the work in print. We have not seen the manuscript, but we are informed that it contains many of the author's most profound observations, and shows in a powerful manner how her mind awoke to a sense of the spiritual equality of races. The book is said to have no moral purpose, but to be the forceful dutpourlng of the writer's soul on the great supject that was destined, soon after this story was written, to s...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

The story of the life and death of the late Bishop Haunington is a tragedy, but it is lightened up by many a pleasant trait and it ends with the martyr's triumph. The subject of the story was but thirty-eight years old when he gave up his life In the jungles of Africa for the men to whom he had come to minister. He was a son of affluence, and passed his youth in the fullest enjoyment of all that a manly boy loves. VJut-of-door sports were his special favorites. He loved adventure and especially did the. free life of the yachtsman fascluate him. He was of strong and marked personality, and al times seemed to approach eccentricity. No danger was too '.ere.at for him to face; no consideration of a selfish nature had any influence over him. Ever ready to sacrifice himself for the good of others, he bound himself to the sad and the sorrowing, the poor and needy,as'wlth bands of iron; and yet, he was at times apparently harsh and extravagant in his denunciation of acts that do not appear ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

RAYMOND'S VACATION EXCURSIONS. All Travailing Expenses Included. Partloa will leave BOSTON, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, AND THURSDAY, APRIb2B. FOR A * TOUR Or? 60 DAYS THROUGH Colorado and California, With visits to 'hicago, Lv Wgai Hot Springs, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, l*os Angeles, Tbe Raymond at South Pasadena, San Francisco, the Hotel del Monte, Monterey, Santa Cruz, the Olant Redwood Forest*, Salt Lake City, Mauitou, Denver, etc.. and daylight trips over tbe Sierra Nevada and through the most picturesque regions of the \Vah Batch aud Kooky Mountains. A Party will leave BOSTON, THURSDAY, MA V 6, FOR A TOUR OF 72 DAYS over the fame route through COLORADO AND CALIFORNIA. Thence through the Picturesque Regions of the PACIFIC NORTHWEST, And homeward over the entire length of tbe Northern raclflc Kail road, Including the newly i ompleled line from Tacoma through the Cascade Mountains, with a Side Trip of 8 l>a.ye to all points or Interest in the Yellowstone National r»rk. Visits wil...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE NEW BOOKS May be had, at soon as published, at the University Bookstore, Harvard Square. A full line of Standard Works in good editions. Harvard Collage Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the lead- , ing Magazines and Periodicals. Blank Books in large variety. The best Stationery at lets than Boston prices. Buy all these goods in Cambridge, and have them sent to your house or room free of cost snd trouble. Foreign Books and Periodicals supplied promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, HARVARD BQITAKK, CAMaMMDOE.

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Pencillings. Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Pencillings. Announcements. Bijou Thbatbe. Today-Helen* Adell, In -•The R»lnbow"-2 and SP. M. Next wees-Blob-«rd Gorman. In "Conr»d"-B»e., 8; mat. every day •» 2 " Bostok MUSEUM. Today-Tbe BMton Museum Company, In tbe Parisian success. "Antoinette Blaand:'' followed by George W. Wilson aa Solon Shingle In Owens 1 , farce, "The People's Lawyer" —J and BP. M. Next week-Same bill (second week)— Eve., 8; Wed. and Bsft. mat.. 2. BOSTOK Theatbb. Today-Cora Tanner. In "Alone In London"-2 and 7.45 P. M. Next weekRobert Downing, In "The aiadlator"-Eve.. 7.49; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Globe: Theatbb. Today-Robert B. Mautell, tn the revised "Tsegled Llve."-2 and 7.48 P. M. Next week-JoaeWi Murphy suit Miss Belle Melville—Mon., TuesVWed; c.c. and Wed. mat., "Kerry Gow;" balance o week, "Sliaon Kirn — Eve., 7.48; We'd., Thurs. and Sat. mat., 2. HOLLISITBEET THBATBB. Today-Won "J' 1 ,' 0 '; oault, In last performances of "Flu Mac oooi - t and 7.45 P.M. Next week-The Conrled Eiml.n Opera -.Company, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Tbe dead-lock is broken—the Museum has another.play—the third during the present seasou. The public Is to be congratulated, particularly those who would as soon think of losine their breakfast as missing an opening night at this orthodox play-house. Monday evening the dear old Museum days gave promise of beginning to return — two plays on the bill; one a farce; every seat filled; a brilliant gathering altogether; a regulation Museum, house. • It coujd ip jw more, i. was no l?ss.-' ■"" "Antoinette Higaud" is an Anglicized French comedy, which generally follows in the line of its predecessors. It has a plot the component parts of which are sentiment and sacrifice. A "noble lie" lifts it somewhat out of the conventional, and affords opportunity for trying situations and intense passages. Whatever may have been the method and dialogue in the original French, none of the expected Frencby vulgarities are found in the adaptation. It is pure in line and situation, with only a suggestion of ...

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