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

The following is the petition of citizens asking for an increase in the pay of the members of the police force: TO THE HOXORABI.K, THK MATOB, AND CITY Council ok tub City or cahiiridok: We, the undersigned citizens and tax-payer, of tbe city of Cambridge, respectfully aak your honorable body to increaae ihe pay ot the entire polloe department: _ . „ T. W. Hlgglnson, F. A. Kennedy, Nathaniel C. Naab, William Brewster, John Hartlett, William 11. Sherman, Sumner .1. Brook., David Ellis, Francis C. Foster, Henry X. Olover, H. ii. Goodwin, Charles E. Wentworth, Woodward Emery, Kdwln Reel, William T. Piper, Herbert H. D. Pelrce, William U Whitney, Nathau a. Gooch, T. s. Hittlnger, Oeorge D, Chamberlain, Henry H. Ollmore, George M. Rogers, George W, Gale, W. A. Bollard, A. C. Lamsoa, George A. Davis, -J. G. Caaa, V. VT. Hyde, J. A. Holmes, L. M. Hannum, George E. Carter, E. D. Sawyer, E. V. Brooks, George P. Thresher, George A. Allien, J. Warren Merrill, W. H. Ivers, Edward Kendall, S. Tow...

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ENDED AT LAST. THE STRIKE DECLARED OFF BY A LARGE MAJORITY. An Incendiary Attempt and an Assault on a Driver. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

ENDED AT LAST. THE STRIKE DECLARED OFF BY A LARGE MAJORITY. An Incendiary Attempt and an Assault on a Driver. The striking railroail employe's have at la.t foiitul ilTlecessary to acknowledge their "tie-up" a failure. Al a largely altendeil meeting of Ul* men at their headquarters early Wednesday evening a v.ito was passed declaring the strike "oft." Although tills artinii was advised long If i, even hy tuOM having ih" host Intel est s of the men at heart, they stithhornly refused to field Instead of submitting gracefully, as they might have dune al that time, they have heen forced into their present uuenvialile posiliiui. Want has heeu staring many of the men in the face for some lime, despite the glowing amounts of contributions Irom individuals and assemblies and the receipts from the barges. The point blank refusal of Superintendent Bancroft lo take back any more of the old hum until the strike was declared off and the barges stopped, gave 'natters a decidedly unpromising aspect...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

MARRIAGES. r>ANIKL-FAIRBANKS—In thla city. 3d Inat., by Her. Genr/a W. Rilgga. Walter Daniel to Mary Knnla Fairbanks, both of Cambridge. OOWNING-LOCKE—7th Inat., by Roy. C. Riddle. Kdward 11. Downing to Helen A. Locks, both of Cnmhridge. WHITTBN-RE \L—Jib. Inat., b» Rey. N. B. Flak John X. Whlubn to Ethel E. Real, both of Cambridge,

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

DEATHS. HEMIS-In this city, loth mat., Susmi Pickering, widow of the lite Kmery Heml.. In her with year. Bt.AKK-2.lth ult., Arthur Ward, youngest .on of Myraand Irrlng Hlak*, formerly ot Portland, Me,, atfed .1 Tears, 6 month.. HIM.LUCK -Btti lust., Lublin Bullock, uged 20 years, OltorilEßS-Bih lusl.jKatJe M. Crother., aged 27 year.. W fTON—4th lust., George Henry Lyon, aged SI years. MOORK-.lth Inat., (Jharle. 11. Moore, aged 0 year., .1 inonlh.. (luCLli At sinrrii M.dre Villa, California, 10th alt., Frederick W. Uould of Cambridge.

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Obituary. Key. William S. Rowland, missionary of tbe American Board at Madura, India, and Id. wife, Mary 1.. Carpenter, died at tho Ml.slnnary Home in Autiurndaie, the latter Saturday night, and tbe former Monday afternoon. The funaral service was held at the Home Tues lay afternoon, llev. Calvin Cutler of Anruirndale, Key. John S. Chan-, dler, a fellow missionary, and Key. N. O. Clark, D. D., secretary of the American Board, took part in the .oleum and .ffecttng service. The burial was at Mun.oti, Mum., whore Mrs. (lowland's father .llivlvcs her et tile ago v.' eighty-six. William R, Rowland w i. the • hlest of six .on. nf Key. W. W. lloal out, f uty )eam nils.torn, ry In fey ion. lie aa« bora InCejlnn In 1.4G, giadu.te.t'at Moiisoa Acidemv Iv IK,*,-:, at Aiiibeisl Collage In I*7o and at Anduver 'I toolOfftoal Seuitii.ry In 1.73. In June, 1.7.1, be married Mary 1,. Carpenter of Mon.on and ■ailed f<r India lv Sep,ember following. During Id- thirteen years if work in India...

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

On Monday, Mr, Totiiule, tin* nur-ary-man, cor iter Of Kirklattl rfTT-1 BOMOO Ptreetn, will I'-nn a lit • ilium rm, ,i fiiini i/ii ** of hi* nt4*ok. which cannot fall it> tint*rt-fi fntrtntlluii: |'iirch.k««rf,

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

MHiiniriiiimrs oi Ci'kii". Coinuv r>tr. t Whole*!.lfi hikl |{t*lr.il. MACCftBEET"HANSCOM, Undertakers and Emoaimers, Warsrooms, 238 North Aran, Worth Cambtidge, Odd Fcllowi BuildinerN. It. Open Day BPsI Night. TM.KI-H.tNlt Ros.l &Q&&W: I ly l{fiil>'i;fii, ,2::. We give pertional attention |0 all ratlt* promptly. StivetiU-en )«i*ri»' expr-neiice. X. .1. Powell NOOttbOti Arthur C. Ilanfroin Bo».doo*>, 4 Hiri street, Sorih O»mbrld|to, UNDERTAKERS. MAItHII A I.ONO, Hcnilrrftnii'a l.torlc, K-l-4 North Avrnur, North ('Kiiilirltlcrn. Mr. Lnng'i IteiiMrnce, 10 Hlc« St. EMBALMERS. _ _._ ______ FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, 27 Bratile Street, Cambridge. OlnVc Telephone, 70l«. b>al,lcnne Telephone,7lMV JSmTspyITS m BEST THING KNOWN -«« WASHING^BLEACHING IN HARD UR SOFT, NOT OR COID WATER. "/IVKHIAIIIIII TlMKsiulMlll' «tl IZINtII.V tnnl gIVOI milvi'l,l,l siitlsfiK-tlton. No family, rich or pour sltoiilil be without It. SoldbT...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

MEIGS ELEVATED RAILWAY COMPANY, SO Court Street, Boston. Mass. To the Honorable, the Mayor and Aldermen of the City of Cambridge, County of Middlesex. / A major.ly of tbe direr to rsxtftbe Mfllgs Elevated Hallway Compnu-jr humbly petition your liouorable body tbst said railway, duly incorporated under tbe provisions of Chapter 67 of the Acts passed 1884, and subject In the selection of the route of their railway to hsre tbe same agreed upon or fixed acoordlug to the provisions of Sections 38, 39, 40, 41, of Chapter 112 o' the Psjbllc Statutes. Tbst they have submitted and placed upon file In tbe Clerk's office of said city tbe maps required by Sections 38 and 39 of aald Chapter, and ask tbst the Mayor and Aldermen of said Cambridge will appoint a time and place of hearing of tbetr application to have the route hereinafter set forth as proposed beard, and tbat said Mayor aud Aldermen will order a notice of tlm« and place of said hearing to be givon by publication In two of the newspa...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

fUR trade during the dull season following the holidays has gone goods and our bargains advertise themselves. The people have appreciated what we offered, and our three stores have done ja large business. We are not yet ready for the spring rush which me three weeks later. Our stock vill be the largest and best wf ver carried. NOW we are offerlecial and alluring bargains all h our three stores. You know pecialties are: Fancy Goods and es. It's of no use to enumerate, n't tell the whole story on a le Tribune. But we assure our and the people of Cambridge y in particular, that in all depf our stores the opportunity to uuv j.iv/M at great bargains is one not to f be overlooked. BRINE & NORCROSS, r 17 & 18 Tremont Row, 70 & 72 Tremont Street and 660 & 662 Washington Street, Boston. ' The .young woman whose portrait appears herewith can be relied on to recommend the goodß she na. bought at our .toreß. gng M BTW ■.■■IICE ONLY *2.00 FIR DOZEN...

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Harvard University. Calendar. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Harvard University. Calendar. Sunday, March 13. Appleton Chapel, 1.80 P. M. Rev. Francis O. Peabody. Tuesday. College faculty—Meeting at University 5, at 8.80 P. M. Assyrian readings. Subject: "Cyrus according to Contemporary Babylonian Sources, with References to Greek and Hebrew Accounts." Professor Lyon—Upper Boylston, 7.30 P lvf Wednesday. Divinity School Chapel. Conference, 4P. M. The St. Paul's Society. Sermon by the Jit. Rev. H. A. Neely, D. D.. bishop of Maine—St. John's Chapel, 7.30 P. M. * Thursday. Electricity and magnetism. Lecture. Professor Lovering—Jefferson Physical Laboratory, 12 M. Mathematical seminary.. Lecture: "Tho Discussion of a Differential Equation." Mr. W. F. Osgood—University 10, 4P. M. Vesper service—Appleton Chapel, 5 P. M. Harvard Union debate—Sever 11, 7.30 P. M. Friday. Readings from the Odyssey. Book XIX. Professor Palmer—Sever 11, 4P. M. Divinity School Chapel. Service conducted by Mr. Lewis Calvert Leary, 7.30 P. M. Saturday. Certain English autho...

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

The French readings to be given by Profs. Bdcherand Cohn during the latter part<of March and in April, for the benefit of the library of tho French department, promise to be of great interest. The subjects chosen will interest varied tastes, including, as they do, both interpretations of French of the twelfth century, as found in the "Chanson de Roland," and selections from Alfred de Musset and Theodora de Banville. The concert to be given for the benefit of the American School of Classical Studies is another praiseworthy object. It Is well known In literary and scientific circles that this school is doing much toward giving American classical scholars a chance to take a position In the world of archaeological and philological research. The fact that Dr. Charles Waldstein has been appointed to the directorship of the school, on condition that a fund of $100,000 is secured, is also well known. It is toward furthering this end that Harvard's musical societies have fenerousl...

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Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Lexington. Tho town meeting passed off quietly and to the satisfaction of most of I lie cilUcns of the town. There were 312 votes cast for Mr. L. A. Saville for town clerk, this being the total number of votes cast. Mr. 0, T. West was elected selectman In place of Mr. Walter Blodgctt of the old board and Mr. J. F. Simonds was again defeated for the oll'ux. Miss Klleu A. Stone defeated Key. C. A. Staples for school committee, and Mr. A. S. Mitchell defeated Mr. Waller Wellington for constable. These were the peacefull, condiic eil contests of the day. There were 178 no-license votes to 100 In favor, a large gain over last year, and Lexington has, indeed, frequently gone for license. The matter of the Arlington water supply basin in East Lexington was referred to the State board of health. Nine hundred dollars was appropriated for the lire department instead of the llSOOMlcetl for by the engineers. One hundred dollars was voted for the Celebration of the 11111 l of April, to be in cha...

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A Millionnaire's Secret. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A Millionnaire's Secret. It Is said when A. T. Stewart of New York was a poor and obscure man, he once advertised for an errand boy, and from the scores of applicants made his choice upon the spot, without doubt or hesitation. And it Is further said, the choice was fortunate; tbat as the boy grew up be was advanced step after step, until he became partner, life-long friend of Mr. Stewart, and a mllllonnalre. Once he ashed Mr. Stewart why he selected hin , "Because you left the doors as you found them," was tbe Instant answer. The man had thought of many reasons, never of the right one. Now although It would not do to promise tbat every girl and boy who follows the er-rand-boy's example, will become a mllllonnalre, It is perfectly safe to say they will achieve success in whatever they undertake; for see what is Implied in the comparatively insignificant act of leaving a door as you find It: Observation, thoughtfulness, unselfishness, energy and good breeding. Notice, Polly, and do no...

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Devices of Advertisers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Devices of Advertisers. So many devices nn l resorted In by advertisers, thai tho ordinary reader sometime* lM'COtne shy <»f Ihe tempting paragraph, fearing the a Ivic ■ tint Is concealed In It Ilk' a pill in Jelly. Who, fir Itisaneo, on beginning this item, would h.ive supposed that Its purpose was to make known the truth that I)r. Sage's Catarrh Remedy i-» What it claims lo be—a cure fur a dIsUMO at once loathsome to friends, and annoying ami even dangerous to the sufferer.

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

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

LUNCH BISCUIT, Made br Thuntoo * Hall. Is Mm moat appetising, delicate and utlatjrmg entoker In the market *ur a midday lunch, or to Mt with sardine, or lemonade. For sale In Harvard Square at J. H. WYETK'S, M. B. JONES'S, and other .tore..; Bread, Cake, and Pastry In more than SEVENTY-FIVE VARIETIES, together with FANCY CRACKERS, ECLAIRS, ETC., FRESH DAILY m 4, £%„— «4ni>R« 33 &39 ELM STREET, JLX UUP Sioresi 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Bandar* from 7.50 to 9A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. THE BEST TOILET ARTICLES AT REDUCED PRICES. W. have th. Largest Variety of fin. Imported Toilet Article, ever .hewn th a Boston store. Also a Foil Lin. of Goads from all tho ismom toilet artlale maker, of till, country. OUR SPECIALTY: Tn. Best Goods at Lowu Pucks thu TREY CAH BB BOCOHT FOR BLSIWHERI. WOODWARD'S, 40 —40 —40 Bromfield Street, Boston, Trie original, reonoed prlee, patent ■SMllrlne, perfntne, toilet artlele aad i rug ....

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

T HE CAMBRIDGE LODGES. Mr. GEORGE H. HOWARD, a leading Lodge man of East Cambridge, writes: I am pleased to notice In your excellent paper a space devoted lo Lodge matters. It seems to fill a long felt watil, am! as Thk. Tribune goes Into so many of our homes It will Impart knowledge to many Inquiring minds. I think you have studied the Interests of the public. I desire to express my personaN thinks for your endeavor lo keep the public posted on matters of Interest. POWDER] Thoroughly cleanse tho Wood, which Is tho fountain of health, by using Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, and good digestion, a fair skin, buoyant spirits, vital strength, and soundness of constitution will be established. Golden Medical Dlscoverycures.il humors from tho common pimple, blotch, or eruption. to tho worst Scrofula, or blood-poison. BsK dally has It proven Its efficacy In curing It-rhoum or Tetter, lIIj S J«Hrft Disease, Bcrofuloiis Sores and Swelling*. Enlarged Gland*, nnd Eating Ulcers. Golden M...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

bWe &o<3 — Jec&Ofe il- \j fe wjU 0.06 u/ill will not /pitfr%^ op/4jVCI» io dpiviog V MM ™vilf lifcble to do, Diseases Cured Without the Use of Medicine. w Rheumatism. riant for tho cure of Nervous Prostration* I have Bosrov i),.,. 20 IKBO taken lour luontbs' treatment, vvhloli lias, comI hare had Sciatica Hheumailsni over forty year.. »l0v»l7 restored my health. Mas. J. B. M.. Tried' everything I could hear of with little or no - o0 " ttrro " «• relief. Dr. Hutohln.'e'treaiuieiit. cured me »ur- Testimonials from Prominent Physicians, prlalngly quick. Ko)»f Mouths has MMOd and no , never know of a remedy so prompt and ctllclent relapse. If you doTiot, waul Ith.'umatl.in go and M Oman. J B< results attained are only iioxt to ,cc him, oven If you havu no f.mli. marvellous iv Asthma and Consumption. .1. PBItOOTT, Arlington. Maw. iim , s . i,utii,ow, M. 1).. Insomnia, Nervous Prostration. Brooklyn, N. V. Boston, lien. tIT. lanfi. The results ...

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