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

APRIL ATLANTIC Now ready, has a Fine Etched Portrait of OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, With the following articles: JOHN G. WHITTIER, On the Big Horn, A Poem. OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES, The second peper of Oar Hundred Dr.jg in Europe. EDMUND KIHKE, A Suppressed Chapter of History, Relating a very interesting episode of the War for the Union. . F. MARION CRAWFORD, Paul Patoff. VIII., IX. OLIVE THORNE MILLER, The Mocklng-Blrd's Rest. WILLIAM W. ARCHER, Lazarus Mart n, de ( Hllud Meyer. Other Essays, Poems, Contributors' Club, etc. •4.00 a year; 35 cents a number. HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN _ 00., Boston. THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as soon as published at the University 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 Periodicals. lUank Books in large variety. The *tt Stationery at lets than /oston prices. Buy all these (pods in Cambridge, and have them sent to your house or room free of cost and trou...

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Pencillings. Announcements. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Pencillings. Announcements. Bijou Theatre. Today—Blobard Gorman. In "Conrad"-2 and BP. M. Next week—Hiss Mattle Vlekera and Charles S. Rogers, In "Cherub, the Pearl of Serpent Mouotaln" and "Jaquluue"— Eve., 8; mat. ovary day at 2. Boston .Museum. Tioday—The Boston Museum Company, in tbe Parisian success, "Antoinette Blgaud;" followed by George W. Wilson as Solon Shhigle in Owens's faroe, "The People's' Lawyer" —2 and BP. M. Saturday, BP. M., benefit of Mrs. •J. B. Vincent—Mrs. Vincent as Mrs. Malaprop In "The Rivals." Next week—Same* bill (third week)— Eve., 8; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Boston Theatre. Today—Bobert Downing, in •'The Oladlator"—2 oqd 7.45>P. M. Next week— Klralfy's grand lyric and itralnatic f pectaole, "The Bat-Catcher, or the Pled Piper of Hamelin"—Eve.. 7.45; Wed. and Sat. mat., 2. Oloiik Thkatkk. Today—Joseph Murphy and Miss Belle Melville, in "Shaan Bhue"— 2 and 7.46 P. M. Next week—Farewell engagement|of »I Won Barrett, Mis- Ku-tlake and London Princes...

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

With the exception of the Museum every theatre in Boston Is enjoying a change of bill. - It has been sevjeral years since Miss Genevieve Ward has appeared before a Boston audience, and Be ston well showed that it had not forgotten her by crowding the Park Theatre, Monday evening, to witness this remarkable lady's performance of the title character in an English version of Scribe's fiur-act comedy, "The Queen's Jaworite." To those who have sat through evenings of dramatic horrors and comedy nothings, it most have been peculiarly refreshing to be allowed to enjoy a historical drama, witty, but not comic, patriotic, but not blood curdling. The story of the fall of the Duchess of Marlborough from the favor of Queen Anne, furthered through the craftiness of the Viscount Bollngbroke, is told in a fluent, rapid style, with marked cleverness, and always presenting a sense of incompleteness which arouses the dullest intellect, and keeps It upon the edge of expectancy. Political intrigues wit...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

For the Ladies. The prettiest coiffure for a young girl is the loose queue with a curly or Russian bang. Soutache gimps are to be stylish on cloth costumes, relieving the great severity of the perfectly plain finish. It is thought tbat low-throated bodices with lapped surplice fronts will be a feature of the midsummer gowns. A deep red of oriental richness called the jacqueminot is most elegant in satin or veivet for a dinner costume. Bauds and borders around the skirt near the foot are much favored, but flounces, except In lace, and plaitln gs are no longer seen. Stripes are very stylish this season and should be" made up with the petticoat having tbe stripes run In bayadere fashion, and those of the overdress up and down. All sorts of clinging stuffs which drape easily are worn for house dresses, and- the present modes require a great deal of graceful looping, there bejng little other trimming. Alys cloth is a new black dress material, and is the most desirable of all black fabric...

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

"Better die soon, Than lire on lingering In pain," Better do neither, but get and take medicine that will relieve pain which is only an evidence of disease, and thus you may live on in health and happiness. If you have a, cold or cough, weak or sore lungs, consumption, chronic nasal catarrh, bronchitis, impure blood or liver disease, take Dr. Pierces "Golden Medical Discovery," a'certain cure for these diseases. By druggists.

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Bin beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Bin beyond Seas. FROM THE TRIBUNE'S SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT. They 'have"had snow fn Rome! Great was tbe excitement among the photographera, both amateur and professional, and cameras were to be met flying in every /direction. The last time snow fell there was in December, 1863, when photography was in Its infancy, and, of course, the proper thing for all visitors to take home this year will be views of the Eternal City in Its white dress. According to old decrees the courts of justice and all schools are to be closed when snow comes. Perhaps that tbe boys and the judges may have a snowball fl'glft, as travel is never seriously Impeded. Part of the duty of the governor of the Fortress of riant 'Angela is to keep the bridge across the Tiber free of snow, but he Is seldom obliged to exert himself. It is recorded that in 1845, on the Feast of the Annunciation, there was snow. Tbe then Pope was preparing to go to one of the city churches to say mass. The guard drawn up to accompany him wer...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

■ale's Honey the great Cough cur*,25e..a0c.41l Glenn'.sulphur Noap heals a beautifies. 25c CrrmanCornßemover kills Coma k Bunions HIITs Hslr snd Whisker Dys—Black and Brown,6oa Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 M mute.Ma Dean's Rbe i_natl o PI He are a su re ear*. 60a. MISS LILLIAN BULLOCK, VIOLIN TEACHER, 101 Harvard St., Cambrldce. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, Teacher of Piano. No. 613 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. CALIXA LAVALLEE, _V>rnierly of the Conservatory .of i'arls, has. resumed Instruction on the Piano, Harmony and Composition, In classes or private lessons, at tbe Miller Hnii, 1.6 Tremont St., Boston. Applications may be made at Henry F. Miller's, 611 Washington St., or at the Petersllea Academy of Music. ARTISTS' MATERIALB Of Every Description. WADBWOKTII, HOWLAND A CO., 82 & 84 Washington St., Cata ojiKi-Free. BOSTON. KNJ^IBE Grand, Square and Upright, urn UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER, 17$>Tremont St.. Boston, SOI/E AGENT. "CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, SOD...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. It. A. POWERS, 5.15 Main Street. FURS! FURS ! Ladle* leaving off their fur gamin. ts can Imvt) thorn repaired much cheaper and baiter now than In the busy season. MRS. M. LARNER, 52 Prospect Street, Cambridgeport. il. R. Damk, Successor to IS. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. HOURNINQ ORDERS ItECEIVK PROMPT ATTENTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. MOTHERS Who wlah their boys fitted with the b«at anil flncat . CLOTHING At moderate prices, will And aat(•faction at the chambers of C. 0. MOULTON ft CO., 592 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. Fink Clotiiiso ok Tnit I.ATKST STVI.KB ANII IIKBT M A TKIIIAI.H, Foil na.vTi.nMKH. f>HAS. E.FRENCH, Art Stationer. 3 Park Street, Boston. Finest Linen Paper. Five quires with envelopes for $1.00. Send for sample. ARTISTS^ SUPPLIES Of ICvery Description, at FROST & ADAMS'...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

___! __P^l______i V. Ballard & Sons Are exhibiting for tbe season new designs In STREET COSTUMES, KKKSUi" UOATB (with Strappe t Seams), KlOlNtt HABITS, t'OVKKT COATS. lIOLM IJIB, I LBTKI.B, Etc. Spring importations Inolude-a large and elegant variety of COSTUME CLOTHS, lv plaids, stripes and tweeds. JACKKTINGS, fn Drab iretaeys, Diagonals, fancy Scotch cloths, eto. RIDING HABIT CLOTHS IN ALL GBADES. A special line of materials for YACHTING, TENNIS and MOUNTAIN DBESSES, whloh we are making at low prices. V. Ballard A Sons. Ladies' Tailors and Costumers,, NEW LOCATION, f 96 Boylstop Street, Boston. fjnj. GOLD MEDAL, PARIS, 1878. vm BAKER'S fShaJreaffi cocoa. Warranted abtolutely puro _WaM_ ~ Cocoa, from which tho excess of fmf Vb. OH has been removed. Ith_(Ar„ mil \ BYm tim " °" ,lr ' n fi"' °' Cocoll mixed Uf j fl|M with Slarch, Arrowroot or Sugar, iffr H Ulll aQ d hi therefore far more economlIfl ' I-ii °**' col ' fn f lesi than one cent a Mill II In cup - I' '" deliciou...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Park Riding ACADEMY, CORNER Newbury Street fc West Chester Park, Boston. School Opens September 15th, 1886. Horses Carefully Trained to the Saddle for Ladles and Gentlemen. Saddle Horses to Let by the Month or Season. Private Horses Boarded at |7 per week, including use of Hiding School. All Sank Sou Cart Pott the Door. For further information address W. A. MoQIBBON, Manager and Instructor. LOOSENED TEETH Treated and Tightened by W. J. CURRIER, D. D. S., 278 Columbus Avenne, - - Boston, GENERAL DENTISTRY. FITOHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and After Nov. 15, 1888, TBAUfS LEAVE BOSTON PABBKNOBB STATION, CAUSEWAY STBEBT, FOB OAMBBIDGE—O.OB, 6.30, 6.55. 7.20, 7.48, 8.33, 9, 0.80. 10 30, 11.10 A. M.; 12 M.j 12.07, 12.30, 1.36, 2.15, 2.28, 3.10, 3.13, 4, 4.40, 8, 8.10, 6.33, 6 40, 6.01, 6.11, 6.26, 6.40, 7.16, 7.30. 8.60, 9.48, 10, 11.20, 11.30 P. If.: (§11.15, {9.26, .11 A. al.| {12.48, {1.06, §2, (4, {4.56, §6.30, §6.15. §7.08, §7.15, §0.30, §9.46 P. M.) RETURN, 6.26.'6.33, 7....

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

Cambridge. Dr. Mackenzie will preach in Mt. Auburn Chapel tomorrow afternoon at 8.15 o'clock. Mrs. Charles Carr of Garden street, after quite a long Illness, is able to walk out a little. Mr. J. West will address the temperance meeting In G. A. R. Hall tomorrow, at 3.30 P.M. In the Superior Court, Thursday, Thomas Lally was fined $50 and costs for Illegal r liquor selling. Mr. George S. Evans of this city talks on the railway mail service next Sunday, at the Concord reformatory. The Right Rev. N. A. Noeley, D. D., bishop of Maine, preached In St. John's Chapel last Wednesday evening. Mr. Galo of Chauncy street has so far, recovered from his accident as to make it quite probable that he will soon be out on his crutches. Some one threw a large stone at a window in Col. Bancroft's house, Tuesday evening, but it struck the bottom of the sash and no injury was done. Mayor Russell was a guest of the Irish Charitable Association at its 150 th anniversary celebration in Tremont Temple on Th...

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Roll of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Roll of Honor. The roll of honor published last week, containing the names of the old employe's of the Cahibr dgo railroad who remained faithful to the company during the recent strike, was incomplete, owing to the inadvertence of the railroad officials, who, after they had submitted it for print, discovered thirteen hands iv the repair shop who had been overlooked. We give today the complete list as far as is known: Elmer 11. Llttlelield, Thomas W. Symonds, Alfred SoulcJ George H. Tripp, Allan X. Sweet, Harry 1,. Llbby, George VV. Atwater, George F. Kicker, Fernando Miles, Charles A. Sanborn, Isaac Dickman, Frank Herring, Charles T. Seabury, Henry A, Miner, George H. Davis, Victor M. Hall. Charles E. Clark, Simon Knights, John F. Dwyer, Frank VV. Power, Charles C. Elliott. Frank E. Shaw, Asa VV. Flanders, George Hates, Nathaniel Munroe, Charles E. Hadcock, William 1). Bennett, Frank Sturievant, Enoch liurtlett, Martin V. Powers, Itlchard M. Orr, John Horgan, George A. Colo, Thomas ...

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Sudden Death of James A. Martin. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Sudden Death of James A. Martin. Mr. James A. Martin, junior partner in the linn of James Martin is Son, sail makers, at 114 Commercial street, Bolton, and residing at Ml Oxford Street, this city, died suddenly of apoplexy on a railroad train, between Springfield and Hartford, Saturday afternoon last. He was On his way to New York on business. His body was sent to Undertaker I.itclilield's on Saturday and removed to his late home on Sunday afternoon. The news of his death was received by his family soon after it occurred. Deceased was 411 years old and leaves a wife and one daughter. He was ft member of Ml. Olivet Lodge, F. iind A. M.j of this city, and served in the late war in Company F, First Massachusetts Infantry, as corporal. The funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon from the North-avenue (Third) Universalist- Church, with which deceased was connected. Hesides ft large number of individual mourners, there were in attendance large delegations from Mt. Olivet Lodge, ...

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North Cambridge Death and Funeral of Thomas W. Penney. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

North Cambridge Death and Funeral of Thomas W. Penney. Miss Ada Atwood of Russell struct contomplftt.es going to Andovi'r to school sunn. Rev, W. A. Sunt addressed tho .Social Union of Huston, a Universalis!, society, on Tuesday evening. The annual meeting of the North Cam* bridge Baptist, Society will be held on Monday evening, Mai eh 28. Hey. William Apsoy's "Pilgrim's Progress" lecture last Sunday attracted a large. and interested audience. Mrs, C. Oi Marston lifts moved from liegent street into the house at, the corner of Orchard and Blake streets." Mr. Will Parry of the firm of Parry Bros. has purchased a lot of laud on Ml.. Pleasant street, where he will build this spring. The police of stations 1 and 5 are getting up a purse of money for the widow of their former associate, Mr. Thomas W. Penney. Mr. Tin mas W. Penney, who died Just, week, wits ft member of the Connecticut Valley Association, from which the" bcnolii'larlcs will receive 11000, At the North-avenue Universalis!, ...

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School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

School Committee. A regular meeting of the . school committee was held on Thursday evening, Judge Orcutt in the chair. Hills to the amount of 117,285.83 were approved. The following teachers were continued: Gertrude A. Long, Webster school; Edith A. Saiiford, Harvard school; Untile H. Johnson, Allslon school. The resignation of Elizabeth' Era* erson us clerk and librarian of the English high and Latin schools was accepted. It was voted to procure clerical assistance in Miss Emerson's place for the balance of the year from Ihe date of her resignation, April I, at the rate of $r>oil per annum. Tbe report of the committee on text books that the Interstate Primer be introduced ill the schools was adopted.

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Norman, McDonald & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Norman, McDonald & Co. The above llrm, although only about a year old, bus born so well uatroiiizcd Unit It tins tieon Obliged to Increase its faoHitlSS, Tbo ware-room has been enlarged so SI 1" lu'i'oinniodatii twice ns ninny iiioiiiinieiitnl tabislt, Thin room Is one of the handsomest of the kind In A morion. 11 Is painfull In ll|(lil blue anil 1. cnrpoteit with Brussels. It i-oiiLiiiiiH i:in tablets in original designs, nml from the purest Cnrrnoeil ninrlile. None but, the hlOßt sklllul workmen aro employed, nml elincte nml Blqnlsltl Work produced by them I. iiiirivnllcil. Among ttio niniion US liiinultfill tablet* executes to order by the linn, the one to be plAood al llie grnvo of tho late Mrs, o. 0. Clark, tbo wife of the missionary, dSISrVSS. ipsslll notice. Piowsti nml ferns nro carved upon the stone, and tbo words "Auf Wledersheii" arc out nt Its tissc. The in in bus a number ol Important commissions on band, which rank among III" I'i'sl In tho city.

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V. Ballard & Sons. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

V. Ballard & Sons. Mns.fl. Vincent, lltilliiril Si Sons aro tho latest addition to tlio colony of Indies' tnlloison Itoylston stri'i't, Huston. Onoof lllOStStelj old mansions (No. Ilil) tias ti.iou riinoil'ill ''I "ni elegantly fiirntsliod. Mr. Ballard's bTHIMS. 1. tf. tneroa.oil to such an e Hunt that he lias In en obliged to yield lo a demand made by thnsn who like his lit fur evening" and dinner dresses. Hi will visit Paris and London till' summer, for the purpose of socmlii|l novoil its with this snd lii vlnw.

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

rains Furniture Co., ia showing many beautiful arjloles of furnlturo In new designs.

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Cambridgeport. Sons of Maine. Police Mutual Aid Association. Y. M. C. A. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 19 March 1887

Cambridgeport. Sons of Maine. Police Mutual Aid Association. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Mr. Perkins Boynton of 11 Perry street is very 111. Hon. 11. O. Houghton, wife and daughters ha/c gone South for a trip of several weeks. Mr. Philip VV. Harris lias been confined to his room for the past three weeks with illness. The ordinance of baptism will be administered tomorrow at the Charles-river Church. Rev. Joseph Hawkes of Norfolk street is about to undergo a serious operation on one of his eyes. Mr. John G. Clarkson, pitcher of the Chicago Base-Ball Club, intends to go West soon for Ihe season. Tomorrow morning and afternoon Rev. W. C. Richmond will exchange with Rev. O. I). Kimball of West Newton. Tomorrow morning, Rev. Mr. Pickles of the Common-street Church, Lynn, will preach at the Harvard-streel M. E. Church. Box 32 about 10 o'clock Tuesday evening was sounded for a slight fire in the rear of 312 Columbia street, iv a house owned by John Collier and occupied by Mr. Sugrite. The Social Bi...

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