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

Cambridge Club. This club held its monthly mealing on Monday evening last at Young's Hotel. Dinner was served tit six o'clock. Dr. W. W. Wellington and A. A. Whitney, Esq., were present as guests. After ample justice had been done 10 ilia menu President Purler called the mooting 10 order and staled that there were'no vacancies in ihe club. The report of ihe last mooting Was then read hy the secretary, and it was voted to bold an extra meeting of the club in May. Tin' president then announced t.S the subject for discussion, "The Cambridge Public Library—lts wanls and bow to supply them," and called upon Mr. Theodore c. 11 mil lo open the debate, Mr. Iliird said lie fell the imparlance of having heiicr accommodations for out public library. All must tidmil the great necessily of a new building with the latest Improved facilities, lie favored a large lot of land not on the public street, lint in a quiet and convenient locality, and a plain 0111 desirable building. Mather than spend muc...

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City Hall Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

City Hall Notes. I At the Wednesday evening meeting of ; tbe aldermen, On. Hincks aros- to inquire ] when the committee on police intended to j report upon tho police pay. He was In- ; funned by the mayor that the committee J once framed a report, but as several members bail' desired a reconsideration, having I changed their minds, in view of tlie recent heavy tax-payers' petition for increased pay, i the committee desired to consider the matter again. This looks as if the committee was lo report for the desired increase. Tlie old Fames estate on the borders of Fresh Pond, owned by Mr. Spencer Child, has been purchased by the city of Cambridge for the benefit of the water supply for the sum of $7,500. The estate comprises 25,000 square fe»t and is located In the Belmont annex on Cushlng street. The city now has unobstructed possession of the borders of the pond, with the exception of the Hlttinger and Tudor estates.. The above transaction was effected by Mr. L. M. II itiniim, and Ih...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 26 March 1887

GREYSON & THOMPSON, Importers, 53 Temple Place, Boston, Chamber. 3 and 4, / aoent* SOa WHITAKER & CO. AND HILL BROB., LONDON. </hoice r COIfFECTIONERY. Strictly Pure and Always Fresh. 456 Harvard Street, Holyoke Building, Cambridge, Mass. All gnisla are made especially for tlrst-claaa trade. LIVE MEN oonn A sV. akv I'o take oolers lor our trees nuJ a full line ol nursery aioek, ' inly tbose over -'.1 Sears or ane .bo imii tilt'lil b g oil reler.in.e- need Ipply. Woglve employment ibe your Mllinland my aIISIpSBSSS. Silts.-lies at llnlleva, N. V. \ I Address wl'b sl.tnlSr* lIOMEK N UHABK&VOO., flPcKfiatD, Ma. D. WEBSTER WCIT PUBLIC CARRIAGES. Kxnress »»«l Baggage Transfer, rorter". Station, N«,rlli\<t'.ifbrl,lK.". HACKS lurnlslie.l Tor I'i.SJIrC Wadding, I'ucerurs, etc. UARRIAIIRS V/ Pleasure Killing, Slioppliig and VlSlMllg. J r/**.lnters reeetved at Depot, Trunks taken n> and from depot. Keelilnneo, S3O goni.r.lll....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 4. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. T»G\A\BfiIDCETRIBUNE PUBLIBHBD EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAM BRIDGE, MASS. ■absoriptiea ter one year, S, ... 12.80 Binds Oeples 6 *«ts By mall free of Poatag*. Th k Tribune Is printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It Is for sale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambridge: Amee Brothers, Harvard Stj.; J. 11. Grant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambridoepobt: Mr. Shedd, 684 Main street; 11. E. French, SSB Main street; F, L. Beunke, BW Main street and 27 Klver street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Oreenleaf, 4*9 Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; 1.1). Thomas, IS4 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls, UVA Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 lonian square; Cambridge B. X. Transfer Station, West Boston Br...

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ACROSS THE CHARLES. Important Legislative Hearing. Reasons Why the New Bridge Should be Built. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

ACROSS THE CHARLES. Important Legislative Hearing. Reasons Why the New Bridge Should be Built. On Monday, at 11.80 A. M., a hearing was held before the committee on harbors aud lands In the Green Room, at the State House, with regard to the petitions for legislation to secure the proposed bridge across tbe Charles-river basin from West Chester Park to Front street. The city of Cambridge was officially represented by Mayor Russell, the citizens of Cambridge by 11. J. Wells, Esq., and the citizens of Boston by (Jen. Hazard Stevens. A Urge number of prominent business men of both cities were present to give the matter endorsement aud advocacy, including nearly all the living ex-mayors of Cambridge (ex-Mayor Bradford, ex-Mayor Hall, ex-Mayor Montague, ex-Mayor Harding, ex-Mayor Saunders, Mayor Russell); C. J. Mclutiie. city solicitor; W. 8. Barbour, city engine r; L. M. Ilaiinum, F. L. Chapman, and very many others. The petit loners submitted a bill authorizing and requiring Boston and ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mr. Ollnten SOOllnrd's course of five lectures nn William Morris, given at Mrs. Alanson Higelow's, 806 Ilarviinl slice:, opened Wednesday afternoon with the handling of Hie poet's first Volume, "Defence ot Guinevere and Other l'oems." Having the powers of selection, cle.ii -wifiled criticism, line appreciation, and, moreover, a rich, nice and excellent manner. Mr. Scollanl bids fair to rank high in this field which so many enter unequipped. The subject, William Morris, Is a pleasant variation to Browning, wltb whose works Boston ami Cambridge have been so long parlorrdl On Friday, the Bth, "Life and Death of Jason" will be discussed snd its genius Illustrated.

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THE CITY GOVERNMENT. $22,000 APPROPRIATED FOR A NEW TRUNK SEWER. The St. Patrick's Day Order Non-Concurred in by the Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

THE CITY GOVERNMENT. $22,000 APPROPRIATED FOR A NEW TRUNK SEWER. The St. Patrick's Day Order Non-Con-curred in by the Council. At a regular meeting of the aldermen, Wednesday evening, Aldermen Coveney and Ball were absent. Upon the request of the overseers of the poor tbe mayor appointed William Mahoney a weigher at the almshouse. The mayor gave notice of a hearing before the committee on drainage at the State House, on Monday next at 10 A. M., upon the metropolitan system of drainage. Numerous petitions for licenses as victuallers and Iniiholders were received and referred to the committee on licenses. Post 80, O. A. it., petitioned for a license to give a dramatic entertainment on the evening of April 15. Adolph Umstein petitioned for a license to build a stable for more than four horses on Vine street, between Fifth and Sixth streets. J. A. Kelleher petitioned t > be appointed a special police officer without pay; referred to the mayor. William J. Russell petitioned fo...

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Death of Anson J. Stone. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Death of Anson J. Stone. Mr. Anson J. Stone died on Thursday morning at about five o'clock at his residence, No. 34 North avenue, of pneumonia, after an illness of six days'duration. Anson Joseph Stone was born in Boston, June 28, 1818, anil was consequently sixiy-eight years of age. He 1091 bis father at a very early age and came to live iv Cambridge with his uncle, the late Kufus Fisk. He was educated in the schools at Cambridge and at Audover, aud his since lived for the greater part of his life ill Cambridge. He held numerous offices of trust in public lust itutions and has been for many years in business iv Boston. He was very prominently connected with the organization of the Old Cambridge Baptist Church, and was for some time ils clerk, keeping the records with great satisfaction lo all. He was also prominently identified with Y. M. C. A. and temperance, work and was always a most honored citizen. Mr. Stone took a great part iv the abolition movement in this section, was one ...

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In Aid of the Longfellow Memorial. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

In Aid of the Longfellow Memorial. The authors' readings given at the Boston Museum, ou Thursday afternoon, in aid of the Longfellow Memorial, brought together a company of authors and an audience that has perhaps never been matched in this country. Rev. Samuel Longfellow, Mia* Alice Longfellow, and other members if the family, occupied one of the boxes, and among the audience were Mrs. Ole Bull, Mrs. A:assiz, Dean Gray, Miss Norton, and many other Cambridge people, besides many of the most prominent citizens of Boston and vicinity. I'rof. Charles Eilot Norton presided, anil Introduced with felicitous remarks the various authors. Mirk Twain read a fragment of a paper on "English as She is Taught." Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes read "The Chambered Nautilus." Mrs. Julia Ward Howo read the grand and familiar "Hattle Hymn of Ihe Republic," and the following tribute to Longfellow, prepared for ihe occasion: LONQVKLLOW. Master that dw ll'st in heaven serene, Thrice happy soul, that ours hssi ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

A testimonial concert was given on Thursday evening of last week to the Ariel Ladies' Quartette (Miss Nellie E. Fox, Miss Ida 11. Holt, Miss Fanitie E. Holt and Miss Mabel F. Mmnler) In Odd Fellows Hall. The artists assisting were Miss Marlon Osgood, violinist; Dr. Ftagg, flutist; Dr. Jones, basso, and Mr. W. S. Sargent, pianist. Dr. Flagg's playing was particularly pleasing. The quartette showed the effect of constant work. Their voice*, always soft and musical, blend perfectly, aud on account of this prime requisite they take a prominent place in the ladies' quartettes of the day. Misses Fox, F. E. Holt and Mmnler contributed solos, and each responded to a hearty recall. The concert musically was a decided success, but on account of Isck of management, there was a difficulty in seating the large audience.

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

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

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. 17 The Only First-Class Drag Store In this Section of the City. t LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN TOILET REQUISITES ALWAYS IN STOCK. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter JL Glaflin. A FULL ASSOKTHKNT Or DRUGS, CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES And all tbe New Remedies constantly In stock. UK. WYMAN'B ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK. KMUI.SION COD I.IVKK Oil., KUI'KKIOII BAT KU.YI, OHLOKATK POTASH TABLETS, TOILET KOAPB. TOOTH I'IIWUKK, COUGH SYRUP, SODA MINT TABLETS, DISTILLED EXT. WITCH HAZEL, EXTRACT JAMAICA til .Mil-It. I ~~ CARDS I— ASTER C_ NOVELTIES Birthday Cards, World Type Writer, i 57.00. USEE BROTHERS, 5 Harvard Square, NEXT TO THE CAB STATION. NEW GOODS! HANDBOME BATH 8P0NBE&O BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIS BKINB, MAGNIFICENT COLOBNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUN6ENTB, ELE6ANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 304 Washington St., CORNKK IIKIIKilKI) STKKKT, BOSTON. BEAUTIFUL TREEB! Tbe New Descriptive Catalogue or Shady Hill ...

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CONCERNING THE TRIBUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

CONCERNING THE TRIBUNE. The readers of The Tribune will boar witness that under its present management there has been no disposition to fill space with protestations of phenomenal success or claims of a business exceeding that of all or any of its esteemed contemporaries. They arc, however, directly interested in The Tribune's success, since it is only the successful newspaper which can afford to be first-class, or to servo its readers adequately.. The reception accorded by the people to the improvements which have been from time to time .introduced in these columns Is very satisfactory. Tho people have not only bought The Tbibcne —they have also praised It, and persuaded their fiiends to buy it. One of the leading newsdealers has doubled his sale of Tribunes within the past six months. Another i« selling three times as many as he did a year ago. Another—one of the smaller dealers—disposes of six times as many as he did last July. All tho dealers show decided gains. Our edition has ...

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THE NEW BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

THE NEW BRIDGE. The prospect of a new bridge to Boston brightens. The Boston city council has waked up to the Importance of the subject, and the legislature Is giving It attention In a way that looks quite like business. The hearing last Monday, which I* reported In full on another page, wa» of great Importance In It* clear and full presentation of the fact* In the ca«e, and the Imperative necessity of the bridge. The *lgniflca»t faot that the oommnnleatlon between Cambridge and Boston is the *anie today that It was ninety-three year* ago, when the West Boi- ton bridge was completed, is alone an unanswerable argument for the proposed improvement. Then, Cambridge bad 1200 people, and Boston 18,000. Now, Cambridge has fifty times as many, and Boston has grown more than twenty fold. Of the seventeen millions of people who travelled by horse cars between Cambridge and Boston last year, at least six millions were bound for Park square and the Back Bay, and were carried far out of their w...

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PROPERLY DEFEATED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

PROPERLY DEFEATED. By a vote of ten lo nine, 00 Wednesday evening, tbe common council refused to concur iv the order granting a holiday to city laborers on St. Patrick's day. The council acted wisely. There was no sound reason for passing the order by the aldermen. The seventeenth of March is not a legal holiday, and is not recognized hy the banks, by private corporations, or by ordinary places of business, as a day on whicli trade is to be suspended. And it surely is unfair to grant a holiday to one portion of the city's employe's, and not to the others. The following letter to Councilman Durrell, which comes from a man very prominent among the Irish citizens of Boston, states the case from his point of view with clearness and cogency :*.-> Mr. O. M. in miKM.: Dear Slr-Inlast week's Issue of aCambrlitga paper, I ha<l mtach satlsfac*tton in reading your protest against, the action of the Cambridge City Government In paaitug a bllt to give tbe city employes a ho...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

The business of the Bell Telephone Company, as set forth by the statement presented at Its annual meeting on Wednesday, is in an extremely satisfactory condition. The Increase In subscribers Is 0,318, against 2,069 In 1885. The net earnings for 1886 are (1,947,283, against (1,793,196 in 1885. The regular dividends were (1,176,252, extra dividends, (392,084. The surplus account is (1,401,380, against (1,204,120 in 1885. The company control 14,185 miles of wire, 2,613 of which are underground. The average connections for the year are 312,605,710. Tbe policy of extending underground wires is to be extended, involving a large outlay in the future. Terminal facilities have been secured in Philadelphia and long line service between that city and New York will soon be established. The line for long line service between New York and Boston will be completed during the present year. Tbe stockholders elected the following officers: Clerk, Charles Eustis Hubbard; treasurer, William R. Driver; ...

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Eliza M. Judkins. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Eliza M. Judkins. It is true of art as of all other vocations, that some of Its followers, deserving more recognition than many of their fellows receive, live and die without a due share of it. Miss Judklns was one of these. If, in her prime, appreciation had been given her artistic work; and, when her powers were in their vigor, if her pictures had been placed in tho best light—figuratively as well as literally—she would doubtless have left here the noble fulfilment of more than one beautiful conception which has gone with her—may,it be for higher consummation! Illness rather than age —for her hand was firm and h'sr eye keen—kept tho artist for the last years of her life from anything of moment; but some pieces other work, done long ago, have marked excellences of color aud handling. Several copies from famous pictures are admirably reproduced. As to her autumn-leaves, they are unsurpassed, and often so near to nature that one's fingers incline to pick them up, as if the paper were...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Among the Books. Messrs. Houghton, Mifflin A Co. have begun the publication by subscription of a complete aud exhaustive history of the American continent from prehistoric times to the middle of the" present century, under the title, "Narrative and Critical History of America," with bibliographical and descriptive essays on its historical scenes and authorities. The editorial supervision Is in the hands of Justin Winsor, librarian of Harvard, with an advisory board, consisting of Robert C. Winthrop, Rev. Dr. George E. Ellis, Francis Parkman, Charles Deaue and Prof. Torrey, representing tbe Massachusetts Historical Society. Many other historical societies and writers Will cooperate. The work will be issued in eight volumes, at intervals of six months. Volume 11. is ready, but Volume 1. will be published last, as It will contain the editorial' introduction. Each topic will be prepared by the hands specially fitted for it and the chapters will be in two parts, a historical narrative an...

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