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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE VOL. X....N0. 11. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY* MAY 21, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. KMBRIDGE^IBUNE PUBLISHED SYBRY SATURDAY AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bab.orlptlon for one year, . $2.60 Single Copies . . 6 oeat. By mall free of Postage. The Tribune I. printed and mailed Friday afternoon and evening, and reaches subscribers in Cambridge, Boston, and tbe town, of Southern Middlesex, on Saturday morning. It 1.for .ale, at five cents a copy, at the following new. stands: OLD Camubidoe: Amee Brothers, Harvard 50..; J. H. Orant, Holworthy street, Mt. Auburn. CAMiiiiiiioKi'Oifr; Mr. Shedd, 031 Main street; 0. E. French, 688 Main street; F. L. Beunke, 560 Main street and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, oorner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Oreenleaf, 469 Main street; Frank Sayre, 105 Main street; 1. D. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. $49% Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B, Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge It. R. Transfer Station, West Boston Bridg...

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At City Hall. MEETING OF THE ALDERMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

At City Hall. MEETING OF THE ALDERMEN. Lively Hearing as to a Sewer Through the Casino Grounds.— $500 Appropriated for Investigating the Bridge-Street Sewer. — Twenty-five Druggists' Licenses Granted. A regular meeting of the aldermen was held Wednesday evening, a full board being present. The mayor presented a communication calling attention to the necessity of the appointment of one or more police matrons for tbe care of women arrested in the city after they are brought to the station, lie said tbe law required him to designate a location for the matrons and the number to be appointed, as well as to nominate them. He therefore named station 2 as the headquarters and said he should make a nomination as soon as the board determined upon a salary. The matter was referred to the committee on police. Charles Beck Post 56 and John A. Logan Post 180 presented invitations for the board to attend their collations on Memorial day. They were accepted. David Garvin was nominated and confirmed...

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School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

School Committee. The school committee held a regular meeting Thursday evening. The resignations of Ellen V. Eaton as a teacher in the Reed-street school and Mrs. Ruth E. Lander of the Sliepard school were presented and accepted. Julia A. Robinson was nominated as a permanent teacher in the Reedstreet school at a salary of $400 per annum, a>d the nomination was referred. Mary E. VV. Leaver was nominated ami confirmed as temporary teacher in the Reed-street school at a salary of $400; Mary Alice Gregg as teacher in the Agasslz school at a salary of $5 per week; Annie F. Farwell as teacher in the Shepard school at a salary of $570 per annum, and Susan 11. Kimball as teacher in the Harvard school, at a. salary of $5 per week. . Rev. Dr. nail, for the committee on industrial school, announced the closing lessons of the season as follows, to which the public is invited: Monday, May 23, class from the Allston school; Tuesday, May 24, class from the Harvard school; Wednesday, Ma...

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City Hall Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

City Hall Notes. Ex-Mayor Fox and Senator Alger are epoken of in connection with the mayoralty. The aldermen lire becoming exceedingly Irregular of late in opening their meeting.. The Improvement! in the city treasurer's office are quite business-like and attractive. All the druggists' license applications were rot reported upon by '.he committee at the last meeting. The oily fat hen have agreed, up to date, to eat two collations nn Memorial day. Let tho city physician he in readiness. There are already several applications for the position of police matron. Among the applicants are: Mrs. Charles flay, wife of the City Hall janitor; Mrs. S. F. Itiigg, and Mrs. llavni'H, formerly con fleeted with the almshouse. The minority report In regard to police pay, recommending an increase, was signed by Alderman Cogswell and Councilmen Dlirndl and Ivers. It also had the mayor's approval. The majority report was signed by Aldermen Hall and Cnveney and Councilmen Corcoran and Sort well. The new...

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THE SONS OF MAINE Enjoy a Dinner at Young's, by Invitation of Their President. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

THE SONS OF MAINE Enjoy a Dinner at Young's, by Invitation of Their President. The Sum of Maine residing in Cambridge, to the number of flfty-eoven, gathered at Young's, in lloslon, Thursday evening, antl enjoyed a complimentary dinner tendered to them by their president, General E. W. llincks. The club was organized n few weeks ago, anil has a rapidly growing membership. The officer) are: General E. w, llincks, president; Cilililin M. .1. Folsom anil I). X. Frasier, vice-presidents; Mel.aiiren J. Pickering, secretary; J. 11, Webber, treasurer; the president, secretary, treasurer and Mi .1. Fiilsom, X. 11. Jose, Marshal N. Steams anil Hiram Ncviins, executive committee. A reception In one of the parlors precetled tho dinner, which was one of special excellence. Tbe menu cards were ornamented wltli thin s rips ol birch, maple, ash anil other Milne woods. In opening the postprandial exercises, General Ulnoln congratulated his brethren from Maine on the blight prospects of their organi...

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Memorial Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Memorial Day. Following is the general order for Memorial day, May 30, issued hy Chief Marshal William H. PI. Howe. By it It will be seen that quite an innovation wilt lake place la the route of procession, the line forming for the first ti ue at North Cambridge and marching down Nor.h avenue: MEMORIAL DAY, MAY 30, 1887. OBNERAL ORDER NO. 1. Having been appointed chief in irstml of tho Kroce*slon on Memorial dty, M*,v 30th, 1887, I eraby accept the j> >*iii n and assume oommand. The following named enm ratios urn hereby appointed members of my staff upon this oocaslon and will be obeyed and respected accordingly: Chief of staff, P. Allen Lindaey, Post 30.G.A.R.; aid, A. P. Clarr, Post 06. G. A. R.; aid, Jonas F. Capelle, Post 57, G. A. It The line will cuusirt ol: Platoon of Police under command of Sergeant F. B. Pullen. Carter's Band of Boston. ESCORT. Company,!), fit-. Regiment, Mass. V. M., OaptalnJT. C. Henderson commanding. Company B, Ist Regiment. Mass. V...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

The William H. Smart Relief Corps will accompany Post 30 to church Sunday, Hay 20, when the memorial sermon trill be preached. Dr. A. F. Holt will deliver the oration on Memorial day at Wilton, N\ 11. The doctor mine lived in the neighboring town of Lyndeboro. The City Ouard will send a committee to Cambridge Cemetery on Memorial day to strew with flowers the graves of ex-CaptaiD Fox and Drummer Everett A. Jones. Tost .77 will attend llviue services at the East Cambridge Episcopal Church, Sunday, May 29. Rev. Mr. Adams, an ex-Union soldier, will officiate. Post .VT are ordered to report at O. A. R. Hall. Fast Cambridge, at 7.30 A. M.. Memorial day, for a short local parale in Ward Three. The Fifth Regiment Drum, Fife and liugle Corps will furnish music. Post 56, escorted by the City Guard, will attend services at St. John's Ep'soniial Church Sunday evening, May 20, at 7 o'clock, when Rev. George Z. Gray, D. D., will preach the memorial sermon. The following quartette has been engage...

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Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Y. M. C. A. Notes. The "country cousins' festivals' will take place next Thursday. / Secretary Messer spoke at "tfr. Hamilton's Church, Somerville, last Sunday. The N..10 meeting tomorrow morning will ■he held at the North-avenue Melhodist Church. ltev. W. 11. Thomas will make an address in tlie Association Hal on Decoration day, on war topics. Rev. Mr. McElwain, assistant pastor of the Claretidon-streo Church, Huston, will address the meeting tomorrow afternoon. The Yokefellows Hand conducted services at the llarvatd-street M. E. Church on Monday and at the Mt. Auburn Chapel on Wednesday.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

The water supply at Mi. Auburn Cemetery has proved Inillfflclent fur the greatly hicteulng need, and the: corporation is arranging for Increased supply by means of artesian wells. After a sufficient number of wells are driven, tli"y will be connected, to one main suction, eight. Inches In diameter, and then connected to a large steam pump, which will draught from litem, and force, tho water into a reservoir on tho hill, floni which it w II be distributed over the grounds, Ihe same as in a town water supply. The aiuiuint of water to he supplied al this place for private use Is mora than is needed in many Iwm ~l loon inhabitants. It is a fact, which many arc not aware of, thnt thousands of these wells are lining used by manufacturers to save water rales. They are especially adapted lo the uso of brewers, tanners, gus works, creameries, dairies, etc., where much cnld water Is neetled. By this special process all surface drainage Is excluded; pure water is raised from a great depth, and...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will bs happy to serve those who are «o unfortunate *. to require the aid of nie'llclne. He nndettake. that bi. preparation, .bill be correct y made of pure ■t.txUrd material. »nd Intelligently dispensed by oareful assistant.. Ail tbe POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES . Of the day will be «»ld m low a. any respectable dealer on afford to handle them. r He would reoommend bis own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER a. being wbat Ii pretend, to be. without foreign admixture. WILEY'S ORANGE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION f«r chapped baud.. ELIXIR OF CALISAYA BARK a. a tonlo. SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDSON & BACON, COAL AND WOOD. Our Specialties for Family Use are as follows: (Draper Lehigh. Jeddo Lehigh, Free Burning. IFrauklln, Excelsior, Free Burning. CANNEL. { JJEStSk ) For Open Grate.. .«,.,»■> ( All Kind., Sawed and Split "««"• j to Order. OOLLEGE WHARF, ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. iy The Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section of the City. CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS QREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, POWD. BORAX. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. iTalter A. Claflln, APOTHECARY, HARVARD SQUARE. Extract Jamaica lilngcr, Beef. Iron and Wine, Refreshing Cologne. REFINED CAMPHOR AMD INSECT POWDER. Pure Chemicals & Selected Drugs A Specially. NEW GOODS! HANDBOME BATH BPON6EB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIB SKINS. MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUN6ENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St.. CORNER BEDFORD STREET, BOSTON. BASIS BALLS, 5 cts. to 81.25. CHERRY, l—V A ——• f\ wnvum, BATS "VOTf CATCHERS' GLOVES, CATCHERS' MASKS, TENNIS BALLS, Base Ball and Tennis Rules and Regulations. AfflEE BROTHERS, 5 Harvard Square, NEXT TO THE OAR STATION. PURE ICE. mjRGIN'9 ICE For Families and Store*. SEASON OF 1887. Prices as Low as the Lowest. 'llli'.t 1 v :s: :; Locke, North Can bridge; T. Stouu, I'ulttr...

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THE NEW BRIDGE ASSURED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

THE NEW BRIDGE ASSURED. The most important stop in the direction of the material advancement and growth of Cambridge which has been taken in many years was consummated Thursday. A Western city would celebrate the event with flags, cannon and speech-mak-ing. Cambridge, gravely decorous, does not oven "cut .respectable capers" over the long-deferred consummation, hut its thrifty citizens will quietly devote themselves to making what personal gain out of the inevitable upward movement in real estate that the next two years will bring us. The bill requiring the erection of a bridge over the Charles river between Cambridge and Boston was on Tuesday passed to be engrossed by the house, under a suspension of the rules. The amendment offered by Mr. Wharton of Boston, providing that the borse-railway franchise over tho bridge be sold at auction, was ruled out by the speaker, as being beyond the scope of the petition In answer to which the bill was framed. Another amendment offered by Mr. Wal...

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POLICE MATRONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

POLICE MATRONS. The law recently enacted by the legislature requiring the appointment of police matrons in cities, is so obviously essential In the interest of humanity and decency, that the wonder is that it has walled so long. Mayor Russell called attention to the law, Wednesday evening, at the meeting of the board of aldermen, and stated that he should decide upon the number required aud make the appointments as soon as the hoard settled tho question of salary. He designated station two as headquarters for the one or more matrons. The number of women arrested in Cambridge in 1880 was 124. Last year the number was 163. A matron at each of the four stations would be desirable If it were not for, the expense Involved. There certainly should be more than one, as the law requires a woman arrested in any part of the city to be at once brought to a police station where there is a matron, and to brine; all such prisoners to station two would be a rather serious inconvenience. Stations on...

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NEW COURSES AT HARVARD. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

NEW COURSES AT HARVARD. Every recent year has marked an advance at Harvard In the direction of broadening and liberalizing a "college education." The training in Greek and Latin which used to be counted the prime factor in education is gradually finding at Harvard Its true place. Just what tint place is, it is impossible to say just yet, but there is no college in the country which Is doing more than Harvard to solve the question, and none where it is met in a more progressive spirit. The announcements for next year's study include some courses in English which will commend themselves to every man with a liberal outlook on educational tendencies. One of them is devoted to the Bible in its literary aspects, and is under tho direction of Professor Child; another to the English drama outside of Shakespeare, conducted by Mr. Barrett Wendell; and a third to general literature from Shakespeare to Dryden. The field of English literature covered by these courses is of the utmost importance,...

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A FELT WANT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

A FELT WANT. It's rather odd, isn't it, that the city of Cambridge, wilh its great property and business interests, has no association of its active business men corresponding to a board of trade or a chamber of commerce. There are very few cities of 60,000 Inhabitants In this country in which there is not some organization of the kind. The present is a good time to supply the lack in Cambridge. We are entering upon an era of notable and rapid growth, unless all signs are misleading. This development can be directed, aided and promoted by concerted action on the part of our substantial and enterprising business men. It Is needed, and will do good.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

At the last Monday meeting of the Congregational ministers at Boston, "The Relation of the Clergy to the Secular Press" was discussed. Mr. Frank Foxcroft of the Boston Journal pointed out the blunders so often made by ministers, "that writers for the press are indifferent to religioff*. ".There Is as much conscience and honor In tho newspaper man, he said, as actuates the most reputable of merchants. All talk of a subsidized press is, so far as reputable papers arc concerned, either arrant nonsense or malicious slander. Mr. Foxcroft said that, while the general news features of lending papers are the same, yet a newspaper's treatment of crime Is a good touchstone of Its general character. Rev. A. E. Wlnshlp of the New England Journal of Education made a good point In saying: "We ministers are afraid of minorities. The editor is never afraid of minorities. The clergyman lies awake nights if a single family withdraws from the church. If a subscriber sends a note to tho editor stopping...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Among the Books. One great charm of Prof. Royce's ntw novel, "The Feud of Oakfleld Crack," is a certain novelty both ƒ— scene and subject. The curious complexity of life In and about San Francisco, hardly appreciated by those who have not studied it, opens a new and Interesting field to the novelist. Few American writers, however, have as yet entered upon this ground, aud of those few, none has succeeded better than has Prof. Koyce. The many bits of scenery and local glimpses bring vividly to the mind of any ono who has visited that region the beautiful country bordering tbe bay of San Francisco. The feud which gives name to the book is one that arose between the settlers and the supposed owners of a tract of land along tbe bank of Oakfleld Creek. For tbe fiual settling of this feud the numerous claimants plunged into a combat with the usual California disregard of human life. Alonzo Eldon, pioneer, merchant, miner, politician, aud, at the time the story opens, mlllionnaire, Is a th...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

__UftCH BISCUIT, Mad* ky Thentoa * HaU, is th* meet appetising. 4*llo*l* and eatlsfylnic irMkjr la the Mrttllr * mldaV»y laneh, or to eat with Midi*** or lemonade. For sale In Harvard at J. H. WHTBI, M. R. JONES'S.[aad other .tore.. Bread. Cake, and Pastry I* more than SEVENTY-fIVE VARIETIES, together with FANCY (CRACKKKB, ECLAIRS. ETC.. FRESH UAItY a* flnia Stnvaa 33 & 33 elm street, JLt UUP »TOreS, 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sunday, from 7.80 to • A. at. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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