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A Progressive Druggist. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A Progressive Druggist. While the majority of dealer. In medicines are content to do a limited loi.tne.. ou the ~] t-fasb-loued methods of small si'e. an 1 large | refit-, Mr, Woodward, 40 llroinlleld Street, Hoston. I. driving a treneiiilou. trade hy rt t.l'tug evervtbing iv his li ~ al cot prices. II - tinmen.* slock in. eludes all ti,o nnpnlar remedie.. ,inu,i.r,l psrfames an-l new. si lliiog. lv lollel articles, as well a. the pure.', drugs. Prescription, are eom|K>,m.|e,l by register,-,I pharmacists, at prices thai will a-tonl.h th, se who h ,v- befii paying their regular dru.'gist the cost..,oar. bfjh pmlll.. You hate I lily to e til and ortt Woodward, price, to bo convince,l tbat Ihe nine .lore with rainbow .igri* sell, all the above ar.iele. Nt prices that will open your eye..

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A square Dealing Firm [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A square Dealing Firm There ate lb roe .inre. lv Hoston wlwre one' may buy good, cheap iind not be compelled to feel that the y 'ung women clerks aro ground down to starvation wages In li-le .well the owner', proflit.. Me..r.. Itilne ii Norcress are practical, shrewd bu.lne.H men, and they well understand bow to give tbe public tbe be.t possible bargain., and at the same time keep the loyalty and be.t services of their helpers by fair treatment. Special bargains are now olferlug at tbe three store, of llrinn .v Norcro... Tremont row, Tremont si met and Washington street.

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

Mr Joseph Le Favre's new boarding and livery stable on Somerville avenue, near Porter', station, Is mooting a want long ft>lr. The most careful and faithful attention I. given all animal. entrusted to Mr. bs Favre's care. Particular pain, are also taken in providing back, for all ocoaeiou.. Mr. I r . 1.. Temple, proprietor of tbe well known nurfler, at the corner of Kirkland and Ileaenn streets, l.su.s Monday a line Illustrated catalogue, setting forth his slock In trafle. Mr. 0. X. Hancock, the real e.tate agent Of Mala street, Is one nf tho best known and most reliable agent, in Cambridge, and would In all ease, be a most desirable iHirson to eiitru.t with tbe purchase or sale nf real eatate or the renting of hou.e., flat, and tenements. Mr. T. W Haley, the plumber, has removed to 27 llrattle street; telephone 70115. Laundries new u.e Savena.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Bioyolen and Trioyolcs. HlghoH <lra<lft nf Mhfllilfiffi Mihli-. Tin- TtfSt nf tlin lluiifls. for 8 ymm 1i>»« not worn nut a "tlnfc-I'' CnlumlilH,— Tn.'lr Itlflprfl tuil.l tho Brut World** ltop«r«l* — Allium! liivitrl ii hi v Hill «ifti by l.one it.Hi.tiH'.' Tnurlsis. — ,K»pirjr l*»rt Int*rchfti)K*i*l>lf*. Catalogue Sent Free. Thr Pom RffOi Co., IW7 Wuhlngion Street, Huston. Rid Ing Retioo. open—Pur•l.Mi'll TrXIWM Krcp. J. B. EASTMAN. s * ll Medina It<■ 11,11,, E . West Somerville, The Nicest and Completes! Line ef GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS In thl. vicinity. Prompt and eouttenus attention. limit,. In Nn. Uaiahrldg. as far as Porter's Station.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

HON. JAMES A. FOX, ex-Mayor of Cambridge, Past Grand Chancellor of the Massachusetts Grand Lodge, X. of P., writes as follows to the editor of The Cambridge Tribune: It gives me much pleasure to see In The Tribune a department devoted to the weekly transactions of the many benevolent societies of Cambridge. The various charitable and beneficial organizations of our time have now attained so extensive and so' great an influence, that they justly demand suoh a notice as you propose to give them; and this new project must give exceeding satisfaction, not only to the large number of our citizens are already enrolled In tbe membership of such societies, but it will also serve to acquaint the general public with a knowledge of their existence and workings in our midsj;, so potential as they all are by mutual help for promoting the improvement of human conditions of life. By FREDERICK W. BROWN, Auctioneer. UNIVERSITY *J BINDERY. BRATTLE STREET, \ ETTINSON.E.W, OOK-BINDER, i EST WORK. " MUS...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 2. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURfkY, MARCH 19, 1887. . PRICE FIVE CENTS. TOVABFUtKiETRIBUNE PUBLISHED BY SHY SATURDAY AT ■ HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bbbsorlption ,or •*• !*"> • ' • * 2,60 Blogls Copies » seats Bj mall free ot Postage. T_s TaißtiKK Is printed snd mailed Friday afternoon sod evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and tbo towns of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It Is for sale, st five cents a copy, at the following news stands: Old Cambkidok: Amee Brothers, Harvard Sq.; i. H. Grant, Holworthy street, Ht. Auburn. ■; ' CAHBUDOnroBT: Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; O. E. Freneb, 588 Main street; F. L. Betake, IN Main street snd IT Kiver street; F. A. Clark, comer Main and Pearl streets; A. P. dieenleaf, Ml Main street; Frank Sayre, 105 Main street; 1.1). Thomas, 1M Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls, 549% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 831 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 luman square; Cambridge B. B. Transfer Station, W...

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THE ATHLETES At Hemenway Gymnasium Today. PROGRAMME AND ENTRIES FOR THE WINTER MEETINGS. Full History of Athletic Sports at Harvard. The Programme. Entries for the First Meeting. History of Athletics. Harvard Athletic Association. Base-Ball. Rowing. Foot-Ball. Cricket. Lacrosse. Bicycling. Lawn Tennis. Polo. Shooting. Canoeing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

THE ATHLETES At Hemenway Gymnasium Today. PROGRAMME AND ENTRIES FOR THE WINTER MEETINGS. Full History of Athletic Sports at Harvard. The Programme. Entries for the First Meeting. History of Athletics. Harvard Athletic Association. Base-Ball. Rowing. Foot-Ball. Cricket. Lacrosse. Bicycling. Lawn Tennis. Polo. Shooting. Canoeing. Tho winter meetings of tbo Harvard Athletic Association are the most important athletic events of the season, and are of great interest not only to the mass of Harvard students but also to the lovers of amateur sports throughout the cities of Cambridge and Boston. Recognizing this fact The Tbibune presents its readors with a complete review of matters relating to Harvard athletics up to date A general programme for the three meotings is given, with a list of the entries for thejfirst meeting up to the timo of going to press, followed by a concise history of all tho different university athletic associations. Tho programme for tho threo meetings which are to t...

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PROSPERITY IN PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

PROSPERITY IN PROSPECT. The prospect for a busy and prosperous season in the building trades is extremely bright. Real estate is more buoyant than it has been for several years. Few houses are vacant. There is an unusual demand' for an improved class of houses. A -prominent real estate dealer, who is not given to roseate views of business, said a day or two slnco that he could rent a hundred more tenements in Boston at from thirty to fifty dollars a month if he had them. Plans for a large number of bouses to be erected this spring and summer have been made. It seems likely that Cambridge, as well as Boston and many of its suburbs, will see the erection of a greater number of houses this summer than for many years before. In view of this prospect, which means more in the way of steady, well-paid work to the mechanics and day laborers than to anybody else, It is well to remind thorn that they have it in their power to sharply check the promised prosperity, and to stop a large share of...

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THE WEST END SYNDICATE AND CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

THE WEST END SYNDICATE AND CAMBRIDGE. By so much as Cambridge is less satisfactorily provided with transportation facilities than other Boston suburbs, are Its people more vitally concerned than they in the plans of tbe giant syndicate whicli is now in possession of Its system of street railways. Rapid transit is a necessity. As The Tin mink has constantly maintained, It must come, and before many years. Whatever hastens its approach, the people of Cambridge will welcome. Tbe plans of the Wost End syndicate are not yet fully made known to the public—indeed, they are not yet fully matured. But enough Is decided to indicate that the impending consolidation will be a blessing to Cambridge in tbe improvement of its transportation facilities, and the hastening of tho rapid transit which is so impatiently awaited. Arrangements have been made by tbe syndicate for the fitting up of a car to be run by eiectriclty supplied from a storage battery. It will take about a month to get this car rea...

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THE DEATH OF MRS. H. W. PAINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

THE DEATH OF MRS. H. W. PAINE. It is long since our city has sustained so great a loss as In the death of Mrs. Patne. She has held the foremost place in all the philanthropic work of our community, simply because she has been most abundant in labor and self-sacrifice. The care of the poor and the sick, of the orphans and the friendless, has been her dally and constant employment; and, had she been by appointment and profession a city missionary, she could not have devoted herself to the service with more singleness and earnestness of purpose and endeavor. The leisure which in her position she could easily command has been spent In strenuous ag-. gresstou upon whatever misery, ignorance and sin may have been within her reach. In taste and culture fitted to enjoy and adorn refined society, she has deemed It her higher blessedness, in the steps of her Divine Master, to go about doing good. She has been president of the Avon-Place Home from its beginning, and of the scores of orphans th...

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HAMPTON INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

HAMPTON INSTITUTE. General S. C. Armstrong is to speak In Sanders Theatre next' Monday evening at 7.30. The announcement of his natno will be received with pleasure, we arc confident. The meeting is to be in the interest of Hampton Institute, which has always been highly esteemed In this community, and which is carrying on its work for two races .with great success. It is a long time since its work was presented here, .and meantimo it has been enlarged and carried towards perfection. General Armstrong will bring with him a company of Hampton colored and Indian students, who will sing the Hampton songs. Some of the students will make brief addresses, and there will probably be speaking by some of our own citizens. Let us give these visitors a hearty reception.

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ABOLISH THE STOVES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

ABOLISH THE STOVES. **T_e culmination of the railway horrors of the winter comes at our very doors, in the wreck at Forest Hills, which killed thirty people and Inflicted wounds more or less serious on nearly a hundred more. The Investigation already in progress Into the cause of this disaster should be thorough and exhaustive, and II there has been negligence anywhere it should be sharply punished. This accident emphasizes tho demand for legislation to secure tho abolition of stoves from passenger cars. Though no ono was burned to death In this wreck, It Is only because the accident occurred within easy roach of the city firo department and ample assistance of all. kinds. One car caught fire from the overturned stove, and except for prompt and efficient action on behalf of the rescuers, the holocaust would have been appalling. The legislature will be guilty of a crime against the public safety If It adjourns without passing a law prohibiting the use of stoves iv passenger cars.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

There Is, perhaps, no city In America of equal population which is so intimately concerned as Is Cambridge in the affairs of the Old World, and has so many personal attachments on tbe other side of the water. The bright and entertaining European letter which we publish this week has therefore a strong local Interest, and all the more because It comes from the gifted pen of Madame Oozzaldl of Lugano, Switzerland, who, ai Miss James of 96 Brattle street, Is pleasantly known to many Thiiiun k readers, and whose marriage two yean ago Is remembered ss a notable social event. Madame Oozzaldi bas travelled extensively, and has a wide acquaintance, living aa she does on the borders of France, Germany and Italy, and, reading all three languages, she has access to whatever is latest and most interesting in European news. Her future contributions to The Tihbune will be, we feel sure, awaited with special interest. Tbe Reverend Joseph Cook put his foot In it with a good deal of emphasis, in his...

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LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. A Discussion on Sidewalks. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

LETTERS FROM THE PEOPLE. A Discussion on Sidewalks. Editob Cambridge Tribune: Allow me to propose two questions for debate In your columns: First,',"Does',old Cambridge need better sidewalks?" second, |"What form of walk is at once appropriate" to such a suburb and convenient to maintain and use?" , Lest It might be thought presufiipliioiis for one who has lived here onlyjiine years to express an opinion on tlieffirst point, I will proceed immediately to the second. Six forms readily suggest themselves: the gravel walk witli grassy (or weedy) cuter slope and no curb; the gravel walk with outer curb and paved gutter; the board walk laid on gravel; the asphalt or concrete waik; the wide walk of brick, with outer curb and paved gutter; and finally the strip of slate, concrete, or brick bordered on one or both edges by gravel or turf. The first is "rural" in more senses than one, and the addition of curbs makes the matter worse by confining the water; so that the second form, in a vicin...

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Beer Drinking. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Beer Drinking. Editor 0A_BB_)0b Tiiiiiunk: One of the most insidious foes which the temperance people of today have to contend with is beer drinking. Recognizing this fact the W. C. T. U. has boon emphatic In denunciation of Its use. The Associated Charities also find It to be one of the most prolific sources of poverty and consequent suffering. A man will spend for beer, In one day, as much money as would buy shoes for a child; and, In the course of a week, enough to comfortably clothe the same. Tbe prevalence of the beer wagons in our streets speak of the great demoralization going on occasioned hy this trallic. That the think ing public, will become cognizant of the fast-growing evil In season to control it, is in bo hoped, and that all respectable {icople will osgkcw Its use, to he devoutly waved for. < m. j.

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Letter from Franklin, Nebraska. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Letter from Franklin, Nebraska. I'HAMii.iN, Feb. 23. Editor Camiiiiiixik Thiihink: Thinking that you might like to hear about tho state of affairs in Nebraska, I take the liberty of writing you. The State is being rapidly settled by Swedes, Hermans, Norwegians and emigrants from the Eastern States. There Is a small town in the southern part of Nebraska, in the fertile valley of the Republican river, called Franklin. It is but seven years of age, yet numbers in the vicinity of seven hundred Inhabitants. If one came to Franklin expecting to be in tbe wild West, he would be sadly mistaken, for tbe people are quite as well civilized as those who live in Cambridge. Our Eastern civilization is nowhere, for here In the town of Franklin, with seven hundred inhabitants, not a rum saloon of any description can be found. This is the soil in which churches flourish: within the last three years four churches have been built and one is In process of erection. As in America the church and school g...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Among the Books. The model Christian hymns for all time are the earliest, when the divine gift of Christ and bis gospel still seemed fresh andnew, and when those whom it illumined and gladdened had within sight or recent memory the pagan superstition and savageness from which they had been redeemed. Out of these glorious lyrics have grown, by various processes of paraphrase and adaptation, a very large proportion of the really good hymns In all our English hymnals. We are glrfU to go back to the sources, and to enter into the precise thought and feeling, the penitent, trustful, aspiring, often jubilant, emotions of those ages of unquestioning: faith and unworldly devotion. > To this worlO Cambridge has of late made contributions of rare wortb. Several of these bymus have been given to tbe public by Rev. Dr. Johnson, who has enriched bis admirable translations by historical and critical introductions which are all that can be desired. Mr. Hayes In the "Qorolla Hymnorum Sac...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

AMERICAN ELECTRIC O % F 9W Q Y C O °_ STOCK BOUGHT AM) SOLD by E. A. FKEEM AN, No. 7 Exchange I'l. DAKOTA LOAN & TRUST CO. WATEHTOWN, DAKOTA. 7 Per Cent. Guaranteed Mortgages, (HOICK HO MIS FOR SALE. Mortgages Hold at Par and Accrued Interest. Coupons Payable Seml-Aiiiuially, at K.Bstorn Officii OLD STATE HOUSE, 110 WASHINGTON STKKET, BOSTON. WW. 11. HIDDEN, formerly of OKIiWAY, BLODOKTT * HIDDEN, Kastern Manager. HOWE & CO., COMMISSION BROKERS, 13 Exchange l'lace, Knston. New York and Boston stocks bought and sold for cash or carried on a margin of 1 per cent, or upward. drain, provisions amf oil also carried on small margins. Settlements immediately on closing trades. Correspondence solicited. B~FIRBT MORTGAGES. 7" PorCt. I'erCt. Kansas Loaa aai Trast Co., TOIF.KA. - - KANSAS. 14 Years' Experience. •11,000,000.00 leaned Without Loss. Capital and Surplus over •3M1.000. Evory loan nisdo is carefully Inspected by an experienced Kismlner sent from tbe office of...

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