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The Officers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

The Officers. Captain Dalllnger is a Cambridge boy in S thorough sense, having lien born in this city June 5, 1852. He was educated in the public schools, graduating from the high school In 1800. During his school days lie took, a prominent part in the ipor|a of his 'choolmates—base-ball, shooting, aird boating receiving much of his attention. He was at different times a member of the R solute, Monitor and Irving base-ball clubs, the livings being in 180!) one of the ilrongest nines in Massachusetts. He coinmen' ed his business career as clerk in the wholesale fruit house of W. L. Hooper ot Co., where tin remained from 1800 to 1870. He established the storage business iir 1877 in HI Commercial street, Boston, remoiing therefrom to 121, 12:! and 125 ltroai street iir 1878, at which place Le still remains, although he bus additional storage l„fts hi State-street block and al 85 South Matkel street. He joined Company B, March 10, 1884; was elected first lieutenant, March 81, 1884, and ...

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History of the Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

History of the Company. The Massachusetts Guard dales itfl existence back to September !i,d#2l;Tt ruff rig -located al that, lime in S.unucl Culler's Tavern. In 1---' II the company was located in Baft Cambridge, from which place it shortly after removed to a hall In Deacon Holmes's building in Central square, where It was disbanded In 1848. January 8, 1574, or shortly after the reorganization of Hie niililli, il was located in Union Lower Hall, where I he company rcjuuiincd until the Completion <»f the present commodious quarters in tin' Central-square City Utldltig, September, 1874. Daniel Coodnow win the llrsi commanderfn 1831; Otis ProicoU succeeded him, ami was in turn succeeded by Daniel Coodnow, who was re-elected. Then came Captains Tilesion, Nahuin Stone, Kdwar 1 Brown, iir., Itowinau \V. Dennis, and Koyal Douglass. Captain Douglass was a very efficient drill matter, and during his term as commander the company earned an excellent reputation, of which they may fe...

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A PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS. THE SHADY HILL NURSERIES AND THEIR PROPRIETOR. A Million Trees and Shrubs on Twelve Acres. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

A PROGRESSIVE BUSINESS. THE SHADY HILL NURSERIES AND THEIR PROPRIETOR. A Million Trees and Shrubs on Twelve Acres. Among the notable and progressive Industries of Cambridge, resulting from the originality and energy of a single hard-working and studious man, are the Shady Hill Nurseries, located on twelve acres of the magnificent Norton estate, bounded by Kirkland and Beacon streets. Here are to be found, in all s'.ages of growth, a million young trees and shrubs —a larger variety than Is grown in any twelve acres in the United States, with the exception of the Arnild Arboretum. The founder and proprietor of this nursery is Mr. F, L. Temple, whose flttress for the work he ha* undertaken, and cnthusiarn in following it, amount to positive genius. Mr. Temple is, like many other successful Hostonians, a Maine boy. He was- born October 10, 1810, at Hermon, Maine, and lived on a line farm for the first seventeen years of his life, getting such education as Hie public schools afforded, ai...

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The Proposed Home for Aged People. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

The Proposed Home for Aged People. In furtherance of the plan for establishing a home for aged people in Cambridge, which Tub. TRIBUNE mentioned a fortnight ago, a meeting was held on Thursday afternoon at the residence of Hon. J. Warren Merrill, on Broadway. Dr. A. P. Peabody presided. Mr. W. A. Billiard slated the terms of Mrs. Wood's bequest of (95,000 for a home for aged women, which we published in full olf*_prll 3, Mr. Merrill slid that this meeting grew out of the terms of this will. Having given the matter a good deal of consideration, and examined the charters and by-laws of similar institutions in Boston, he believed that an organization under the general )aws_pf tho Slate was best. Cambridge needed air Institution for aged men. aged women and aged couples. The only doubtful point is whether such a home can be established under the lernn of Mrs. Wood's will, which provides for aged women only, ft might be feasible to establish, first, a home for aged women, ami then ask fo...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, K468 HARVARD STREET, - Harvard Square, Will be hapjiy to serve those who are to unfortunate as to require the aid of mertlolne. He undertakes that hie preparations eh-ll be correctly made of pare Itftodtrd material* and Intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of tbe day will be sold aa low as any respectable dealer can afford to handle ihem. l*He would recommend bis own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GIKGER aa being wbat lc pretends to be, without foreign admixture. WILEY'S ORANGE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for cbapped bands. ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK as atonic. SPONGES at all price.. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Onr Specialties for Family Use are aa follows: I Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh, Free Burning. I Franklin, Kxcelelor, Free Burning-. «ANNEL. { £S§jg_,) 'or Open Grat... _~,.»., I All Kind*, Bawed and Split wood. | to ord „. COLLEGE WHABF, foot of...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. OTTbe Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section of tbe City. CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS GREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, POWD. BORAX. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. __ Walter A. Claflin, A FULL AHSOUIMKNT OP DEUGS,' CHEMICALS, TOILET ARTICLES And all tha New Remedies constantly In stock. UK. WYMAN'S ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK. EMULSION COO LIVER OIL, SUPERIOR BAY HUM, CHLORATE POTASH TABLETS, TOILET SOAPS, TOOTH POWDER, COUGH SYRUP, SODA MINT TABLETS, DISTILLED EXT. WITCH HAZEL, EXTRACT JAMAICA OINOER. NEW GOODS! HANDBOME BATH SPON6EB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIB BKINB, MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUNGENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETS. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St., UOItNKK BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. REDUCING STOCK. CHARLES H. BARNES, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, SPECIAL BARGAIN?, In Substantial and Well Hade Chamber Furniture Black Walnut Chamber Bets, Cherry Chamber Beta, —ahsgaolied Chamber Bets, Aih Chamber Sets, Fainted ...

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THE FIRST OF MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

THE FIRST OF MAY. The first of May, when Cambridge becomes a prohibition city for at least one year, Is near at hand. Two meetings of citizens in the irrtere t of a strict enforcement of the law have been held during the week, and there has been considerable active work done by the Citizens' Law Enforcement Association in preparation for the new condition of things. During the past year Cambridge has had 337 licenses— the largest number allien the present law went into operation In 1881, and one for every 178 of its population. By a majority of 666 at the last election the city voted that it would have none at all this year. The anthorlties have therefore in hand the imperative duty of preventing the sale of liquor in Cambridge for one year, for any but medicinal purposes. It is a large task. We believe it will be undertaken by the mayor and the city council with the honest purpose of performing it faithfully. In doing this, the moral support of the people of the city Is essential, ...

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IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION. The directors of the Cambridge railroad voted unanimously, on Monday, that "on and after May 1, in order to give quicker transit to the patrons of the company, the cars shall atop to take and leave passenger* in Boston proper, Cambridge and Somerville, only at street corners and convenient points against public grounds or squares and on the bridges, and at the stations of the company." This li a step in the right direction. The rapid transit lo Impi rativcly demanded canJiot be had, under any circumstances, without limiting the number of stops. Neither an elevated road, an electric road, or a cable road, can materially shorten the time between Cambridge and Boston if stops are to be made at all points to suit the convenience of individual pasiengers. There li no good reason why horse-cars should not be run with some regaid for apeed, as well as for the convenience of pasiengers In getting on and off. How much the new rule will shorten tho time between Harvard...

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LET THE CHILDREN SHARE IT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

LET THE CHILDREN SHARE IT. It I* with hearty approval that we place before our reader! a mother's appeal that the children may have a share in the Memo- rial day observances. It was almost the only blemish in the noble seventeenth of April celebration, last year, that the school children were assigned no active part which would arouse their patriotic interest. The mistake should not be repeated. Memorial day will be observed In fraternal harmony this year, for the first time In some years. Let the children join In the observance. Object lessons In patriotism are the only effective ones. Nothing can be more filling and appropriate than to make Decoration day such a lesson for the children of Cambridge, who live on soil hallowed by patriotic memories.

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MORE LIGHT WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

MORE LIGHT WANTED. The simple fact that eighteen thousand dollars or more was raised by the people of Beverly Farms to secure the passage of a bill In the legislature, and that the money has been used successfully for that purpose, Is enough to make a citizen of Massachusetts hang his head with shame. The question whether voles have been directly bought, however grave, Is almost less Important and loss shameful than the already admitted facts. The admission by Senator Hart well, the chairman of the committee of Investigation, that "it Is legitimate to raise money to Instruct the legislature;" th* Statement of a prominent Beverly Farms man that the passage of the bill was tried last year with a smaller fund, but without success; the conspicuous ignorance of everybody as to what was done with all the money; and the testimony of men who received some of It as to what they wen expected to do, and did —all this and much more reveal a state of things that the keen light of publicity shoul...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Next Saturday Is Arbor day. It should be observed systematically and appropriately in Cambridge. The school-home yards are a good place to begin the tree plantiug. Let the children have a chief pari, in the work, and be interested in guarding and caring for the young trees. Cambridge has many noble trees, but they are gradually growing fewer, as the result of "improvements." Arbor day is a good time to take action toward supplying the places of those that have gone, and must go. The important hearing on the petition of the Cambridge railroad for a double track in Brattlo street, which was appointed for Wednesday evening, has had to bo postponed on' account of a blunder of the official organ. The city of Cambridge refused to pay a fair prico for its advertising last year, and has been reaping tho fruit of Its parsimony and pettiness over since The legislative committee on harbors and public lairds unanimously voted, on Tacsday, to report a bill requiring tho cities of Boston and Camb...

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JOHN LORD HAYES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

JOHN LORD HAYES. In the death of John Lord Hayes, LL. D., which occurred at his home on Mt. Auburn street last Monday morning, Cambridge and the whole country sustain no ordinary loss. He was a man of remarkable natural ability, notable attainments, and great achievements. His life, extending over threequarters of a century, has been busy, useful and beneficent to a marked degree. Mr. Hayes eirtered on life wiih a rich heritage of superior culture and character on both his father's and his mother's side. He brought with him from his college life scholarly tastes no less than attainments, and a peculiar love and proclivity for the pursuit of natural history, in some departments of which, especially iir ornithology, he was an adopt. Though always a busy man, he has maintained his conversance equally with lap ancient classic* and with modern and current literature. At an early period of his professional life he was clerk of the United States Courts for New Hampshire, at a time when the...

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The Best Life Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

The Best Life Insurance. The Itnpo't.noe of life Insurance is too well e.tabll-hed to need argument. How ami where are ih i timely que.tions. The OonßSOtlOUt Mutual offers unusual attractions to all who wish to buy rellab'o Insurance at a fair price. The company oomhliias undoubted financial strength, great economy 01 management, and one of the best contracts ever written. During the forty ono years of It. existence the company has returned to lis policyholders ovor Slli,l,lrOo,iK)n, or »4 [-10 per cent, of llm premium, received. During the pan fourteen year. It ha. returned lo policy holders llOti for every 9100 receive ,98 on every Still) more Iliad that returned by any other American company. Mr. I). W. unburn Is the general agent for lies compHTiy, with offices at 172 Devonshire street. Mr. 8. It. Chai.iller of 8.1 North avenue I. a special agent.

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Among the Books. Dr. Andrew P. Peabody, the beloved and honored professor emeritus of Christian morals in Harvard University, gives us in the volume, entitled "Moral Philosophy," Just published by Lee A Shepard, a powerful series of lectures, of the variety and Interest of which his title furnishes the ordinary reader but slight Indication. They are the ripe fruits of a loug life spent in teaching sound doctrine to generation* of college men, and in the graceful personal exemplification of his own grand principles of action. No one canjread this;book without being the better for X. No one can fall lo fall under the fascination of the author's genial and guileless character, for every chapter bear* the impress of his personality. While it is strong, it is never harsh; though it utters no uncertain sound whenever a moral question is under discussion, it always shows that charity which tliinketh no evil, suffereth long and Is kind. The style Is popular, but the methods are purely scien...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

DON'T FORGET ! THE GREATEST or ALL $3.00 SHOE For Gentlemsn'a Wear Is to be found at ROOP & 8YAM'8,557 MAIN BTREET. Also * full line of LADIES' Seamless Button Boots, Just the thing for _,_l_rs;ed Joints and Tender Feet, lar* Remember the name aad number. ROOP&BTAH, 557 Main Street, Cambridgeport. I CARDS I— ASTER NOVELTIES Birthday Cards, World Type Writer, $8.50. AMEE BROTHERS, 5 Harvard Square, NEXT TO THE (JAR STATION. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure In the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON & CO., TAILORS. Bowdoin Square, Boston. "SPRINeIOODS. All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor. 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. LAMSON & HUBBARD, MAMFAei lUKIIH ANO lIKI All.Kits. ________n______ ____■__■ S____ _______HrM_K___ _______■<-_____ =° _______■____■ m _____■__'_■___...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

£LL THE NEW BOOKS May be had, at toon as published' it the Univeri ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line of Standard Works In good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodical*. Plsuk Book, in large variety Ths belt Stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy all thess goods in Cambridge, and have them sent lo your house or room free o cost and trouble Foreign Books and Periodicals supplied promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, II AHVABII BQUAHK, OAMKHIIMJF. IThe Cycling Season is Open The public la Invited to In.peel the nOLUMBIA U BICYCLES Tricycles POPE MFQ. CO. 70 Franklin 5,., Boston. (a i lUKiri Bint Frrr.

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Pencillings. Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887

Pencillings. Announcements. Buou Thbatrb. Today—"ller Atonement"— I'and I P. M. Next wool—Fisher] and Will., In "A;i old Day"—Eve., 8; mat. every day at 2. Boston MirsKl'M. Today—Mlia Annie Clarke and tbe lloeton Museum Company—2 P. M., "London Aanursnce;" 8 P. M„ "Simpson & Co." and "Oliver Twlat." Neat week—Mr. Kichard Manaflolil, In "A Parlalan Romance"—Eve., 8; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Boston Theatre. Today—Henry Chant ran, in "The Octoroon"—2 snd T.«B P. M. Next week— Mme. Adeline Paul, lo grand Italian opera— Than., 7.4K P M.j Sat., 2 P. M. r Globe Theatric. Today—Oilbert and Sullivan* latevt opera, "Kuddvgorii"—2 and 8 P. M. Next week-Same bill (fourth wank)-Eve., 8; Weil, and Sat. mat,, 2. Hou.rK street Theatre. Today—Bo.c Coghlan and Osmond Tearle, in "Mai-En and Fncia"—2 •nd7.4!SP. M. Next week—Tho Ilnlyr, In "Vacation"—Kve., 7.4-5 I Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. ' Park Theatre. Today—Fannle Dav,mort— 3 P.M., "Lady or Lyon.;': 7.46 |P. IM., ' Km lora." Next week—Mme. Ja...

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