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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

OVERMAN WHEEL CO. Victor {bicycles. VICIOI j tricYCLES. Highest Grade Known. Call and examine if yon want the best. OVERMAN WIIEKL 00.. 182-188 Columbus ATenne, Boston. LUNCH BISCUIT, Square at J. H. WIKTH'B, M. B. JONES'S, and other store*. Bread. Cake, and Pastry Id more than SEVBTTY-FIVE VARIETIES, together with FANCY ICIUCKKits, ECLAIIM, ETC.. FKESH UAII.V j. m er-tmmmn CC-t-n-no.cz 33 it 35 ELM STREET, At Uur Stores, 479 Cambridge street, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sunday, from 7.30 to v A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

M STANDARD FOOD WILL put a horse In good condition whh less exlie use anil trouble than anything else. 200 FEEDS NORTH AYE. GONGREGAT'L CHURCH. lir. w. s. Ai.KXAMi.ui, Pastor, HI'ICIIIAI. VKsTKIt BRHVIUH SUNK IT KVKNI.M., At 7 o'clock, c.1.. T'lpen, orgsnlst and dlrSntor] Mines, c Ktslior, soiiratio; Mra, Kilalllnkn MoKeS, coniralin; Mr. A. I. Ib.ii. n«, has.; Mr. 11. »l. Pol.ay, tenor. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Nnllcn I* lien.by glfOfl tlint tlm MftnCTlhlp !*•■ ivTHvii itio andtnlgnvd nmi ft I win s. Bill*. f«r <■ in'thix on Din vouu find ouni I'll 'itii'pit, iii.ii liftflnfl 111 ulfloßi at ihfl f*iot ol uhnrlei Kirn Btroei *nU 7 l.oylnton sum, i lii CiiiMl.rtfli;,", In Oil* tiny tlnm.lTi'i. by llm willu.Nivviil nf llm tinil.wM Imml. JUNKS VALBNTINK, 80 llolyuki. .Sir.-.'l. Oambiw.kir, April Bill, IK*?. AMERICAN ELECTRICiffIft STOCK lIOUOIIT AND SOLO hy X. A. FHKKMAN, No. 1 Kantian*-.' PI.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 30 April 1887

IF YOU WANT TO SEE A COMPLETE MARKET, VISIT THE "MIDDLESEX/ ■. Everything In tha Meat. Fl.h and PrnirUlon llns can be found thera at all times. The LARGEST STORE, the LARGEST STOCK and LOWEST PRICES. W. will .all you *"'«»™" BEEF. PORK. Beet Rump Bt»ak S*lf*#' IM Pork Whole Strips 10 cU lb. Face of the Rump Roast 16 " " Salt Pork i-ln " " Sirloin Roan 18-20." " Park. Sausage..... JJ •• ■• SlrloluSteak •it>-.i " " Smoked Shoulders "...""."."'.tl " " Beef Tongue., 120. a lb. Fanoy Brisket Corn Beef, lo.;. a lb. Whole Flank., Fresh or Corned, 80. a lb. Will be plea ed to send jou a price list by mall or otherwise. If ynu have not already done so. call and Bee tbe "Middlesex." THE MARKET HOUSE OF CAMBRIDGE. FRED J. ROW & CO., 423 Main Street and 1 Cherry Street, Cambridgeport Telephone 7062. Teams running dally to Harrard Square, Nortb Cambridge and vicinity. reducing stock. oharleshTbarnes, 512 Washington St. FOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, SPECIAL BARGAINS, In Substanti...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 9. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. T»o\a\bridgeTribune PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. HaoiorlpWon for on. year, .... $2.50 Brsgla Co pie i, 5 cents By mall, free of Postage. Ten Tribune la printed and mailed Friday afternoofi and evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It Is for Bale, at five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Camhkii>oe: Amee Brothera, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant. II.,) worthy street, Mt. Auburn. Cambridoei'OKT: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main atreet; 0. E. French, SKB Main street; F. L. Beunke, SS? Main atreet and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, corner Main aud Pearl streets; A. P. Greenleaf, 469 Main atreet; Frank Sayre, In.", Main street; 1. D. Thomas, 151 Harvard street; 11. B. Ingalls. 24!'% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 lonian square; Cambridge R. it. Transfer stat...

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Y. M. C. A. ANNUAL MEETING ON THURSDAY EVENING. Review of a Successful and Prosperous Year. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Y. M. C. A. ANNUAL MEETING ON THURSDAY EVENING. Review of a Successful and Prosperous Year. The annual business meeting of the Cambridge Young Men's Christian Association was held on Thursday evening. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year: President, E. D. Leavitt, Jr.; vice president, O. H. Durrell; clerk, John H. Appleton; treasurer, Warren Sanger; directors for three years. W. W. Dallinger, E. L. Cheney, N. 11. Holbrook, Wellington Fillmore; director to fill vacancy, Edwin F. Fobes. The present paid officials in charge of the work are: L. Wilbur Messer, general secretary; Alfred 11. Whitford, assistant general secretary, and J. D. Robertson, superintendent of the gymnasium. The following resolutions were adopted: We hereby desire to express our grateful appreciation of tbe services of our officers and directors whose terms expire tonight, making apodal mention of our president, Mr. Warren Sanger, whose loving service and faithful attendance upon tbe duties Inol...

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THE CITY COUNCIL. Hearing on the Petition for a Double Track in Brattle Street. A Long Meeting and Much Important Business. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

THE CITY COUNCIL. Hearing on the Petition for a Double Track in Brattle Street. A Long Meeting and Much Important Business. A regular meeting of the aldermen was held Wednesday eveiring, Alderman Hutcliius being absent. The mayor read Invitations for the board to attend the review of tho First Regiment Infantry, May 9, and to visit the Brattlesquare building and examine tlie work of the evening drawing school, which were accepted. Several' owners and residents on Third street remonstrated against tbe erection of telephone poles on that slreet and suggested that the proposed location be changed from the west o the east side; referred lo the committee on roads and bridges. J. M. Milton petitioned for sewers on Hammond and Winlhrop streets; referred to the -.'00111111166 on sewers. J. M. Minot and S. 0. Sylvia petitioned for druggists' licenses; referred to the committee on licenses. (!. A. Ahlen petitioned to be allowed to erect a stable for more than four horses on Harvard street, an...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Mrs. M. A. Denisoii, the well-known authoress, whose winter homo Is in Florida, Is spending the summer with her brother, Dr.'R. It. Andrews, of this city.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT. A Series of Enthusiastic Meetings, Sunday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

LAW ENFORCEMENT. A Series of Enthusiastic Meetings, Sunday Evening. Last Sunday evening union meetings were held throughout the city in the Interests of the enforcement of the no-license law which went into effect Suuday morning. Tho meetings resulted from the efforts of the Law Enforcement Association, and collections were takeu at each meeting in aid of the organization. At the North-avenue Baptist Church was held a union meeting of the North Cambridge churches. The Universallst Sunday School anniversary prevented many of the Universallst people from attending as they would otherwise have done, aud their pastor, Dr. C. W. Biddle, was also unable to take the part 1,1 the exercises which had been assigned him. Mr. Warreu Sanger presided, Rev. Dr. Apsey read tho scriptures, and Dr. Alexander made the opening prayer. The address was made by Mayor Fosdick of Fltchburg, who, although a very rapid and Interesting speaker, wore upon the patience of the audience a little by the length of h...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

An exhibition of drawings of the froe evening drawing classes will ha held next Monday and Tuesday evenings, from 7 until 0, at the City Dnllditig, Brattle square.

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will b. happy to .err. those who are ao unfortunate aa to require tbe aid of medicine. He nndertakea that bia preparations ahall be currently mad. of pure standard materials and Intelligently diapanaed by car.ful assistants. All tbe POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of the day will b« aeld a. low as »ny reapeoLble dealer c.n afford to b.udle them. fH. would reoommend bla own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA. GINGER a. being what It pretend, to be without foreign admixture. WILEY'S OKANOE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for ohapped hands. ELIXIR OF CALIsAYA BARK aa a tonic. SPONGES at all prlcea. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. . ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: S Draper Lehigh, Jeddo Lehigh, Free Burning. ! Franklin, Excelsior, Free Burning. OANNEL. { } For O « Mm Gr " tM " „„„„ ( All Kl.i.ls, Sawed and Split WOOD. j to order . COLLEGE WHAEF, root Of Dunster ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. rr The Onlj First-Class Drug Store In this Section or the City. CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS GREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, POWD. BORAX. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Walter A. Claflin, APOTHECARY, HARVARD SQUARE. Extract Jamaica dinger, Beer, Iron and Wine, Refreshing Cologne. REFINED CAMPHOR AND INSECT POWDER. Pure Chemicals & Selected Drugs A Specialty. GOODS! HANDSOME BATH SPONGEB. BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIB SKINS, MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUNGENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St.. ' "COICNRK BEDFORD STKF.ET, BOSTON. BASE BALLS, 5 cts. to (1.25. CHERRY, A -1— f\ CATCHERS' GLOVES, CATCHERS' MASKS, TENNIS BALLS, Base Ball and Tennis Rules and Regulations. AMEE BROTHERS, 5 Harvard Square, NEXT TO THE CAR STATION. BEAUTIFUL TREEB! The New Descriptive Catalogue OP Shady Hill IV u_ series !■ tent FIIF.R to all who tend tlielr addrefMG* to in-'. Do you know what It arc nml Beautiful New Trnea an...

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HARVARD SQUARE AND ITS BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

HARVARD SQUARE AND ITS BUSINESS. Next Saturday The Tliinu.VE will devote a four-page supplement exclusively to tbe business Interests of Harvard square and Its Immediate vicinity. The retail business done here is much greater than would bo supposed by a mere casual observer, and the energy, industry and thrift of the men who arc doing it are richly worthy of record and recognition. ] >\. large number of portraits will including those of Alfred Wood, Fr L." Chapman, J. H. Hubbard, William Wright, D. Brewer, T. H. Brewer, J. M. Hilton, .). F. O'Brien, J. W. Brine, H. G. Low, J. T. Fhelon, N. L. Martin and others, together with some views of prominent buildings. Brief sketches will be published of all the leading dealers, and much Interesting information will be given. The regular eightpage issue of The Tiiibunk, which wl contain the Harvard-Square Supplement, will be crowded with lis usual variety of matter pertaining to the interests of Cambridge and lis people. Altogether...

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NO-LICENSE AND ITS ENFORCEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

NO-LICENSE AND ITS ENFORCEMENT. Cambridge begnn its first year under the provisions of the no-license vote, last Sunday. The only places where intoxicating | liquors can now be legally sold in the city ] are licensed drug stores, and these can sell "for medicinal, mechanical, and chemical purposes only, and to such persons only as may certify in writing for what use they want it." No druggists' licenses have yet been granted, but there are thirty-three applications before tho board of aldermen, which will probably bo acted upon at the next meeting. Intoxicating liquors, within the meaning of tho present law, are defined as "ale, porter, Strong beer, lager beer, cider, all wines, and any beverage containing more than threo percent, of alcohol, by volume, at sixty degrees Fahrenheit, aa well as distilled spirits." A variety of beers and tonics having no more than three per cent, of tileohol have been compounded to meet this requirement, and all such drinks can be sold without license....

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A COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

A COMPARISON. Springfield had, by the census of 1885, BIH9 families. The annual report of tho city librarian uowi that the number of persons now holding cards is BOM, anil th.it the average use at home of books from the library during the past year has exceeded 86 volumes per family. Tho library numbers 68,000 volumes, has property in building, bind and books valued at |360,000, and an endowment of 880,000, Cambridge has 19,484 families; and the bidders of library cards numbered last December, 8880—throo hundred less than in Springlleld. The average number of books used by each Cambridge family last year was less than seven. Our public library numbers 18,87S volumes It is high time that the most intellectual city in New England roused itself on the subject of a public library. The fact that the magnificent Harvard library is available to a small minority of our most scholarly people Is not an argument against spending money for a public library. It should rather stimulate the city t...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

The Boston Globe moved Into its new building last Monday, and celebrated the event by giving every purchaser of a Globe on that day a free ride in the horse cars. It was an Immensely popular proceeding, anil sent v,. the sale of the Globe to 8P4,000 copies. The new building is the tidiest and handsomest nswspspei building In Boston, and fitly marks the magnificent energy and enterprise which has given tho Globe In nine years the largest circulation of any newspaper In New England. Colonel Taylor, to whose orlglnalily and sound judgment Ibis great success Is due, has reason to point with pride at the Globe of today, and bis prediction that It will within Aye years reach a daily circulation of 200,000 copies is not half as wild as a prediction ten years ago of the present achievement would nave been. The annual meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association of this city, held on Thursday evening, showed bow successful this Institution is and what good it is doing among the young men...

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Joseph Collins. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Joseph Collins. Last Saturday Mr. Joseph Collins, so well known as head gardener at Mount Auburn Cemetery, pas scd away at the age of fiftyfour. The deceased, who was an Englishman, came to this country thirty-one years ago and his taste and skill as a gardener immediately procured him B leading position iv his profess nt. He superintended the laying out ami bad charge of some of the finest estates in tlie vicinity of Boston, and at the same lime was a frequent and very successful exhibitor at the various fruit and (lower shows. On the breaking out of the Hehclllon be enlisted in Company X, Eleventh Massachusetts Volunteers, and at the expiration of bis term re-enlisted "until the end of the war," giving his country an Uninterrupted service, of four years and a half. Wonder has often been expressed that a man of his character am! abilities should not have risen from the line, but to those who know the steady persistency with Which he declined office* pressed on him 111 the various o...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Among the Books. The "Final Memorials of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow," edited by Rev, Samuel Longfellow, are published today by Messrs. Tioknor * Co., in a handsomo volume, uniform in stylo witli the Longfellow biography. For it we predict a cordial reception. It is in response to a demand for fuller records concerning the life and work of our beloved poet. The book contains fragments from early journals from 1829 to 1836, extracts from correspondence from 1837 to 1805, and "journals and Letters" from 1886 to the close of his life, followed by some chapters of "Reminiscences" and "Tributes," "Table Talk," "Fragments of Verse," "The Study at Craigio House," and "The Memorial in Westminster Abbey," which make up the contents of the body of the book, after which comes an Appendix containing genealogy and bibliography, and Aye additional sections of much interest, as tho "Story of the Two Inkstands," and an explanation of the poet's motto, "Non clamor ted amor." The very mention of these...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

WORCESTER MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. THE OLDEST, LARGEST AND STRONGEST Mutual Company in the Stale. fays 70 per cent. Dividend on 5-Year Policies. — m ** ■■ ■ OT. IV. A H. J. STORER, Agts., 661 Main Street, Cambridgeport.

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