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IT MUST BE HAD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

IT MUST BE HAD. Tbe discussion concerning a new library building which the Cambridge Club held Monday evening, voices a sentiment that is steadily growing stronger. The present library - accommodations of ibis first university city of the country are not only miserably Inadequate to the needs of the people—they are disgracefully inferior lo those of a great number of the small cities and towns of the Commonwealth. It is quite time that, In tbe interest of our city's good name, as well as for the sake of the popular Deed, a library building shall be. provided that will serve Creditably and conveniently the important uses assigned to it. There aic three ways of securing money for a new library building. One is by the gift of some generous and public-spirited citizen. Another is by popular contribution!. The third Is by taxation. The first is the pteasantest, and it is by this means that Wohtirn. Maiden, Medford and Somerville possess their handsome, spacious, and convenient library bu...

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DR. SARGENT'S WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

DR. SARGENT'S WORK. The biographical sketch.of Dr. Dudley A. Sargent and the review of bis work at Hemenway Gymnasium which we present today will greatly Interestour readers. He stands easily at the head of the gymnasium directors of the whole country, ami the development of bis system of physical cullure, introduced In 1870 at Harvard, marks a moat Important era in tbe care of the body. The change from tbe military system of exercising men In groups, which has now its fullest Illustration In the German titruvercin, to th individualism of Dr. Sargent's methods —adjusting the apparatus ami the exercise tv '.be needs of tbe man—is one of tremendous Ignlficance. It, results st Harvard arc strikingly illustrated by tho fact that there are now nearly two hundred men in college whose "total strength" is higher than that of the man who in 1880 stood highest on the Hat. Dr. Sargent's system Is In use In a large majority of the leading gymnasiums in the country, and Is approved wherever It i...

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HAMPTON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

HAMPTON INSTITUTE. Tbe meeting In Sanders Theatre last Monday evening has again brought -Hampton Institute before the people, and has set forth Us work in a very clear light. It was very truly said, that tbe institute asks nothing in its own behalf, but presents Itself, with all its equipments and experience, that we may make use of it in the serious work which is upon us. What shall be done with the millions of blacks who have their home in our land, and whose men have equal rights with ourselves at the ballot box? What shall bo done with the Indians, whose rights are now engaging public attention, and who am entering on civilization and citizenship"' The problems are grave ones and their, solution cannot be deferred. Hampton Institute has been working with the negro for twenty years, It was created because of him. The gr.,und on which it stands was covered with blacks whom the war had set free. General Armstrong was sent by General Howard to remove them from the place where they h...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

I '. < The Huston Hoard of Alderuien has at last shown a realization of the fact that there is in existence a plan for a new bridge between Cambridge and the Hub. At the meetl&g Monday the committee on new bridge reported in favor of adopting the plans approved by Henry M. Wighlinaii, in December. 1884, ahd the mayor was requested to petition the legislature for authority to raise the. amount necessary by loan outside of the municipal debt limit. The order was passed by a vote of 11 yeas to •"> nays. This is hopeful. It must be remcmbeicd, however, that the aldermen have once or twice, taken similar action, only to have it defeated by the common council. Let us hope for betler luck this time. The ordinance passed last week by the aldermen, granting a holiday on Si. Patrick's day to such of the city laborers as could bo spared, was not sent to the council TitSt week until after that body had atl'j>»urjVed. It was passed to a second reading...

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SOME INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

SOME INTERESTING CORRESPONDENCE. Tub Cambkidoe Tkibunk,) Habvabd Squabb, j CAMBKIDOB, March 19, 1887.) Mr Dear Mb. Ma you: Two points in your for the most part heartily approved course of dealing with tbe recent strike have awakened the surprise and criticism of many of your warmest friends. One is your request, on the evening of February 17, that the railroad stop the running of cars earlier than was intended; the other Is your expressed approval of the course of Mr. Eben W. Pike in retaining his position at the head of the striking employes, while he was iv the employ of the city of Cambridge. If you care to make any statement in relation to this matter, The Tbibunf, will "gladly publish it. Yours sincerely, William B. Uowland.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

CAMIIKIUUE, March 21, IRB7. Deaii Mb. Howl-anii': In answer to your letter of March 10, and to tho criticism therein referred to, I enclose two letters written by me when such criticism was first called to my attention. Tbe letters were written to friends with no thought of ever making them public. As, however, they express my feeling then and now, and state some facts that ought, to be known in justice lo others than myself, I have no objection to their being published. I had not intended publicly to answer criticism, much of which was made hastily, with little knowledge of the facts, and less of the efforts that were made to fully discharge a serious duty. Yours sincerely, \\m. ]•;. Russell, Camiiuiook, February 19, 1887; My Dkau : In reply to your letter of yesterday let me say—Thursday every preparation and precaution were made to deal with any disorder that might arise in the evening. Fifty officers were on duty in and about Ihe square, and twenty or thirty specials In citiz'Tl...

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174 BRATTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, March 13. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

174 BRATTLE STREET, CAMBRIDGE, March 13. 1887. Mv Dkau Dr. Pkauody: Beneral Blnoks has Just read to me a letter he has received from you In reference to Mr. Pike, and a reply he has written to il. 1 have suggested some changes in bis letter, where he refers lo me, but on second thought It Beams proper that I should myself write you, and trust that you will allow our old acquaintance t>> pardon my Intruding on you. Let me hope at Ihe outset thai the confidence which I believe you have hail in me, and in my desire and purpose faithfully to serve the city, will lead you lo believe (hat my sole and single object hitherto, aiul especially during the recent serious trouble, lias been lo do my duty fully, unhesitatingly and thoroughly; and that my position gives me opportunity to form a judgment as to what is best, belter than that of any citizen; and certainly, with grave responsibilities resting upon me, to form it more carefully and dispassionately, because I have ...

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A Valuable Catalogue [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

A Valuable Catalogue Mr. F. L. Temple, proprietor of tho Shady Hill Nn rue Ins, corner or Kll k land anil Beacon streets, baalsiuad a valuable Illustrated Descriptive Catalogue or all the troo., plants, ihrnbl najd vines that he lias In stock, with fall dssorlpllonjtcf the plants and complota scnlo or price.. Mr. Wetnpln I. n most lUOoeWfal Hardener and I. conAantly making new experiments In leStlngXtrtßl and plants. 111. nutserles areamoiiK the inost'oyiaiilrte in this section, and thoso who deal with hfin will be certain lo tlnd a lar K e variety from which tltoy may pick and shoots, Tho calnlo|iuo I. handsomely printed and Illustrated, and will be found of tireat Interest I" all who care for plant., Iree* or vines. It will be sent free on application to Mr, Temple.

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Among the Books. The most romantic record of exploration and adventure which our own laud has furnished during tbe past century, is graphically told by General John C. Fremont, in "The Memoirs of My Life," the first Volume of wblcb, issued in ten numbers, has just been completed by Messrs. Belford, Clarke & Co. of Chicago. To those who remember the days of 1840, Fremont's name is associated with a romance that belongs to no other American. He inherited a restless disposition, a passion for adventure, and a warm love of nature. He married the daughter of a man who believed that the United States should extend to the Pacific ocean, and who labored with all bis energy to accomplish that end. Twenty years before the outbreak of the Rebellion,"Fremont spoke confidently of the time when a railroad would span the continent, and he never lost faith in our national unity. Inspired with glorious visions of his counlry'9 future, he was well equipped by classical "and scientific tra...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Tbe second hook of poetry wiblishe'uV by Mr. Arlo Bates follows closely upon bis first vohtUre, "Berries of Ihe Briar." It is entitled "Sonnets in Shadow," and contains the poems wrung from him by his own deep affliction In the death of his wife. Since to give to the public those poems of grief is the avowed purpose of the volume, it is not a matter for criticism thai the sonnets have but. one no e. They are. profoundly sad, and they lack absolutely the spirit of faith ami Christian resignation which Illumine the songs of so many other poets in the presence of great sorrow. The deep and Louder love WulCh binds.two souls in ideal wedlock is treated by Mr. Bates witli great beauty. In all the sonnets his delicate poetic sense ami his rare skill in giving ihe best verbal attire to his thought win the reader's admiration. The sonnets are beautifully prime I, on one side only of the leaf, and the tin ik is daintily bound and lettered. It is published by .Messrs. Roberts Brothers, tit one...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

H. E. FALES & CO., IMPORTING SPECIALTIES IN \ Fine Tailoring. NEW STOKE ON STBKET LEVEL, 36 WEST ST., BOSTON. An elegant lino or English Trouserines, which wi u.'e ni.rrec down lo $12. former price. 115.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Liuighton, McDonald J,*^., Importers, Boston, Mass. Desire to of Caintheir store, who re all the i\t*w%u»i Stand* Ht.l Ur*flff in euilU'P.t variety. vT% have UfUJrfgal I acuities for tilling all order* promptly and Intelligently. JJLL THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as soon as published at the University Bookstore, Harvard Square. A full line of Standard Works in good editions. Har-ard College Text Books, and Hooks of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodicals. Blank Books in large variety. The best Stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy all thesegoods in Cambridge, and have them sent to your house or room free of cost and trouble. Foreign Books and F»ei iodicals supplied promptly. J Charles W. SeVer, Univerajjy Bookstore, KAKVARD soi'AHK. CAMBRIDGE. AMERICAN ELECTRIC $g*j& STOCK BOUGHT AMI SOLD by X. a. FREEMAN, No. 7 Exchange PI. DAKOTA LOAN & TRUSTJK). IiAKOTA^r 7Per t^^ uaraiiit%oV Iftrjrtgages, (•lIUHSRyjOVatrFill! SALE. MorlKiiniia Sold at 7*&am...

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Pencillings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Pencillings. Announcement.. Bwoo Tiibatbb. Today—MU. M.ttle Vlekera and Chart.. 8. Rogers, In "Cherub, the Pearl of Serpent Mountaln r, -2 and BP. M. Next week— s'Berba, the Sawing Machine Ulrl"-Eve., 8; mat. every day at 2. Boston Museum. Todej-2 P. M., Tbe Boston Museum Company, In "Tbe Rival.;" 8 P. M., benetit or E. H. V.nderrell—"Hamlet." Neat week— Tbe Museum Company, In "The Maglitrate"— Eve., H; Wed. and Set. mat., 2. Boston Tukatbk. Todav-Klralfy". grand lyrio and dramatic speotaole, "The Rat-Catober"— 2 and 7.45 P. M. Next week—Specially organized: "All the Earth". Specialty Paragons"—Eve., 7.46; Wed. and Sat. mat.. 2. Oloiib Tiikatkk. Today—Wllaon Barrett, Mie Ka tlake and London Princess Theatre Company, In "Cllto"—2 and 7.45 P. M. Next weekLast week of WtISOO Barrett—"Cllto" at co"lt performance—Eve., 7.45; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. HOLLIS-STBBBT TIIEATBE. Today—The Conrled English Opera Company, lv "The Gypsy llaron" — 2 and 7.45 P. M. Next week-Same bill (la«t week)—Kve....

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To Aid the Longfellow Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

To Aid the Longfellow Fund. The following authors will read from their own writings on tbe afternoon of the 31st of March at tbe Boston Museum in aid of the Longfellow Memorial Fund: Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, tbe lion. James Russell Lowell, Mr. T. B. Aldrich, Mr.. George William Curtis, Mr. W. D, llowells, the Rev. Edward Everett Hale, Mr. Samuel L. Clemens and Col. T. W. Illgginsou. Il is expected that Mr. Wblttler will be present. Prof. Charles Eliot Norton will preside. These readings will be given under the direction of the following committee: Mrs. Louis Agassiz, Mrs. T. B. Aldrich, Mrs. Joseph M. Bell, Mrs. Martin Brimmer, Mrs. James T. Fields, Mrs. John L. Gardner, Mrs. Arthur Oilman, Mrs. W. I). Howells, Mrs. E. N. Horsford, Miss Sarah O. Jowett, Mrs. J. Tumor Sargent, Mrs. G. Howlatid Shaw, Miss Anna E. Ticknor, Mrs. Benjamin Vaughau, Mrs. R, C. Waterson, Mrs. Robert C. Winthrop and Mrs. Roger Wolcott.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Perfect coffee Is a boon which many a man has sighed for in vain. It is no longer out of reach, even for one camping out in tbe Heckles, or struggling with the blunder, of a hopelessly Ineftletent servant. The Oriental condensed colfee, prepared from tho mule, berry .lava, imported by the Oriental Tea Company of Boston, Is always ready at a moment's nolle. Wherever one can get a cupful of hot water, tie can make his coffee, and it i. as fragrant and delicious us licit, which graces Ihe meet retlned breakfast table lv the land. Take Thprndtke'e llalsamin for Hint cold und be cured,. , '. ' —a^- 1 ...-■ ■—r * • ■ Savenais the best washing 1 powder. -

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

For the Ladies. The polonaise again will be a favorite model for spring and summer costumes. Velvet still Is and will be the favorite trimming for all sorts of fabrics, silk, cotton and woollen. The newest shape in round hats is called the columbine. Its crown is square and tbe brim very wide and daring. Surahs with a pin bead dot in white are quite new this season. They are of American manufacture and very wide. Flowered patterns aro seen not alone In the India silks and delaines but in the gauzes and grenadines for summer wear. The shaded stripes which are shown in some of tlie new fabrics are very pretty, when used for the petticoat or trimming of a costume. Flowered stuffs both in delaine and silk are to be worn by children tbe coming season. A wide sash of plain color is worn with these figured fabrics. lchimok Black, brown or blue cloths, having hair stripes of white, ecru or red, which were introduced last year, will be much favored the coming season for coats for general wea...

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Saved from the Wreck. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

Saved from the Wreck. If tlie d-'licate organlz ition of woman gets out of order, prompt application of remedial agents is required,.-, to save it from total wreck. In oil such cases, whether to assist nature ill the discharge of her functions, or to repair damages caused by diseases of special organs, there is no remedy so mild, and yet so effective, as Dr. Pierces "Favorite Prescription," prepared at the World's Dispensary, at Buffalo, N. V., and administered for many years to thousands of patients with the happiest results.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

If you want to stop at a convenient, comfortable, moderate-priced Louse, when In New York, go to the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. It It on the European plan, and you can regulate your expenses to suit yourself. Savena will not Injure the llnest fabric

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FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and After Nov. 15, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and After Nov. 15, 1886. TBAIMS I.KAVK BOSTON I'ASSK.VOKH srATIOK, CAUSKWAV BTBKBT, 808 CAMIUtIDOE—O.(IS, 8.30, 8.55. 7.20, 7 45, 8.33, 9, 9.30, 10 30, 11.10 A. H.; 12 H.I 12.07, 12.30, 1.1.1, 2.15, 2.25, 3.10, 3.13, 4, 4.40, 5, 6.10, 6.33, 6 40, 6 03, 8.13, 6.26, 6*o, 7:15, 7.;,0. S.SO, 9.45, 10. 11.20, 11.30 P. U.; (§0.15, §9.25, til A. K.I §12.45, §1.05. §2, §4. §4.55, §5.30, §8.15. §7.05, §7.16, §9.30, §9.45 1-. M.) RETURN, 8.26. 6.33, 7.15, 7.27. 7.48, 8.13, 5.26, 8.33, 9.11, 9.38, 10.18, 10.29 A.M.; 12.05, 12.42, 1.14, 1.28, 1.62, 2.14, 2 32, 2.38, 3.25, 3.48, 4.27, 5.14, 6.21, 6.02, 11.(17, 6.46, 7.06, 7.11, 7.27, 8.40, 9.04, 10.24, (•10.33), 10.53 P. M.; (§7.20, §8,47, §9.15, §0.45 A. M.l §12.40, §1.11, §1.23. §1.31, §4.25, §5 33, §0.20; §7.36. §7.50, §8.55 P. H. NIIKTII Alll'lS, I'KOY, ALBANY ISO THE WEST—(6.3O A. X. Acoom.), (8.311 A. H. Ex. press, drawing-room oar lor Albany). 3p. M. Chicago and St. Louis Express runs dally, Ble...

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