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The Public Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

The Public Schools. The graduating class of the English High School this year comprises thirty-six pupils of the full course ami thirteen of the commercial course; the Latin school graduates thirteen, and the several grammar schools, 310, all told. Yesterday afternoon public exercises were held in the primary schools, with tho exception of ihe Bridge, Dunster and Lowell schools, from 2.30 lo 8,80 o'clock. Besides many parents, members of the committee were present at all the schools. The graduation exorcises of the English High School will take place on Monday evening, June 20, In Sanders Theatre. The valedictorian will be Miss Bertha J. Barker; the saliiiiilorian, Miss Agnes F. Collier; the historian. Miss Jennie T. Rugg. The other parts are not definitely assigned. There will be no exercises by the pupils of the Latin High School, hut their diplomas will be awarded at the same lime ami place. Yesterday, at the Harvard Grammar School, I here were exercises in connection with .Memor...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

On Thursday at the Wood Memorial Chinch a council was held at which Rev. Thomas Bickford's resignation was approved, ami ho will therefore shortly preach his farewell sermon.

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

JOHNIH. HUBBARD, APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square, Will be happy to aerre those who are ao unfortunate as to require the aid of medicine. He undertakes that via preparations shall be correctW made of pure standard materials and intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Ot the day will be ..Id M low »« any respectable dealer can afford to handle them. •> He would recommend hi. own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER »» being what It pretend. to be. without foreign admixture. WILEY'S ORANGE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION for chapped hands. ELIXIR OF OALISAYA BARK as a tonic SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUBHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. REEVES BROS., PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, 854 Main St.,{ opp n^rW£ on ,fc ' Speolal Care taken, day or night, In our Prescription Department. „. nun I Hair Tonic, Toothache Drop., itarr. v ks o j cream Coca, Corn Solvent. Telbphonb connections free between Physl•laus and Patients. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDS...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

' PLAN OF THE NEW IIKIDliK BETWEEN CAMBRIDGE AND BOSTON. BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. iy The Only First-Class Drug Store In tbis Section of the City.. CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS GREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, POWD. BORAX. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. Claflin, APOTHECARY, HARVARD SQUARE. Extract Jamaica Ginger, Beef, Iron and Wine, Refreshing Cologne. REFINED CAMPHOR AXD INSECT POWDER. Pure Chemicals & Selected Drugs A Specialty. NEW GOODS! HANDSOME BATH BPONGEB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIS BKINB, MAGNIFICENT GOLO6NE BOTTLES, LOVELY PUN6ENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St.. CORNER BEDFORD STREET, HOSTON. ARTHUR W. CUTLER, GROCER, 831 Main Street, COR. Or TROWIIRIUGK, CAMBRIDGE. FOR SALE. My black HORSE, Dandy. Just the horse for ladies to drive. Price, $80, cash. GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS or English and American manufacture, which are made to measure in the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. ...

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THE WORK AT FRESH POND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

THE WORK AT FRESH POND. Fresh Pond is lower than It has been in a long time. On Tuesday the water stood, at 7.24, nine feet below high water mark. Last year at the samajjaie it was 10.6. The coudition of the pond is due to two causes— the continued dry weather, and the increasing consumption of water. The cily is using every day about four million gallons, which lowers the water half an Inch. There is no present danger of a water famine, but it is a matter of great satisfaction to know that the Stony Brook supply is to become available within a few months, and that it will be practically inexhaustible for a half century to come, unless the growth of the city should sur- t pass all reasonable anticipation. The work which has lately been done, | and is now going lorward, at Fresh Pond, is of great importance. Cambridge Nook, the north-east portion of the pond, is now uncovered, and is being deepened to grade 7, Which means the removal of two feet of earth from its entire |surface of s...

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THE BRATTLE-STREET ORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

THE BRATTLE-STREET ORDER. Alderman Holtou failed to make out a case, Wednesday evening, in his opposition to the double track in Brattle street, and the order was properly passed by a vote in which his was the only dissenting voice. The idea which he seemed to be trying to impress upon the board, that a railway track in a given street is primarily for the uso of the abutters, is a fallacious one. The public and the (abutters In a single street are by no means synonymous .terms. The opposition of abutters to a proposed improvementjlike the double track in Brattle street, is always to be respectfully considered, but tbe decision of the case must rest on a much broader view of the city's needs than can be gained by consulting the personal opinions of the residents of one street. In this instance, however, not a single lemonstrant, from Brattle street or elsewhere, appeared at the pu-hlic hearing Wednesday evening, and the objections made by Alderman Holton vanished into thin air before...

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AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. A correspondent calls attention to the fact that three main sewers and two smaller ones, draining the whole region between Cambridge Common and Porter's Jstation, weit of North avenue, including the Belmont, district, are discharged into the Charles liver wilhiir tbe basin formed by the curve of the river between Lowell street on the west and Bath slreet on the east, a distance of fifteen hundred feet in a straight line. It is proposed to huild a new sewer from WaterhOUSe street to tho river, to afford needed relief to the region bounded by Linnn'an and Garden streets and North avenue. This sower it Is proposed to discharge at Bath street, making it practically an enlargement of that sewer. Many residents of that region protest against this, feeling that the discharge of sewage within Ibis United distance should bo- lessened rather than increased. No sewer empties into the rivjr for more than two thousand feet below Bath street, and it is claimed that somewher...

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A VETO TO REJOICE OVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

A VETO TO REJOICE OVER. Governor Aim's has done himself credit and gladden "d the hearts of the friends of a pure government by bis vein of Ihe Beverly Farms bill. The merits of the bill have, at this lime, nothing to do With the case. It came before the governor tainted. Twenty thousand dollars had been expended to promote the passage of the bill. An Investigation had been made, and the reports Included such sentences as this, from the senate committee: "It Is to be greatly regretted that there has been a growing demoralisation iv the methods pursued In promoting private bills and private Interests before the General Court, deserving the strongest condemnation and tho most effective remedy." Governor Ames, in a ringing message, full of practical gootl sense, returns the bill without his approval. He has done well, and the State will remember II In his honor. His messtge concludes with those emphatic words: "The strongest condemnation and '.ho most effective remedy I can apply Is a ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

How will Cambridge celebrate the Fourth of July? There are ten thousand children In the city who would enthusiastically welcome the announcement of such entertainments as Boston provides for Its juvenile Inhabitants on that day. It wouldn't cost much to give them a chance to enjoy themselves in a rational way. And it would pay. Won't some rich alumnus endow a chair of statistics at Harvard, and have Colonel Carroll D. Wright appointed its professor? The question of dust has been a prominent one for the past fortnight. "Down with the dust!"

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THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

THE IDLER. A better place for an Idler than Cambridge In summer, I do not know. There is so much work done by other people, and such a variety of work, that it quite relieves one from any sense of evading responsibility If he glve3 himself up unreservedly to enjoying his ease. And there are so many easy/eoinforiable things to do that have an air of earnestness, that tho most Inveterate Idler may get through his days and nights without an irksome feeling that he is of no use In the world. • * • There are the opon horse cars, for instance. For what a trifling sum may one see all Cambridge, to say nothing of inhaling the mephitlc fragrance of the Charles river, from an end seat in one of these luxurious vehicles! If the car Is not crowded, and the day is not dusty, a rldo to Mount Auburn, or up North avenue, or through Broadway, h a real inspiration on a pleasant morning. Cambridge is a well-shaded city yet, In spite of the aim >st weekly slaughter of her fine old trees, in ...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

Among the Books. No less a person than the eminent statesman and mugwump, Carl Schurz, Is the author of the "Life of Henry Clay," In the series of "American Statesmen," In course of publication by Houghton, Mifflin ,fc Co. Unlike the majority of its predecessor, this biography Is contained in two thick volumes instead of one. The reader first meets the future statesman at bis birthplace in a remote part of Hanover County, Virginia, in a neighborhood called the "Slashes," where Henry Clay was bom on April 12, 1777. His career is followed, step; by step, through his manhood, beginning with his successful experience as a lawyer in early youth In Kentucky, where his eloquence won him such success as lo give him the reputation of being able to insure tite life of any criminal Intrusted to his care, whatever the degree of guilt. The hlstoiy of Clay's political career is of great interest to every American, and wheu one remembers that at the time of his entering the Senate of the United St...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

The anniversary exercises of th" Perkins Institution for the Blind will tike place at Tremont Temple ot) the afternoon of Tuesday, .June 7, at three o'clock. Dr. Samuel Eliot presiding. A brief opening address will be made by Rev. M. .1. Savage. Exercises in geometry, geography, reading, kinder" gan -ii work, military drill and gymnastics will he Interspersed with piano nnd clarinet solos, and band anil choral music. The little class from the kindergarten recently opened at Hoxlniry will he present on the platform, and on behalf of this department, Harvey S. Shepard, Esq., will address Ihe meeting. Dr. Eliot will present the diplomas to the graduating class, which this year numbers ten members, and the occasion promises to he very interesting. Cards of admission for the Hour and first balcony can be Obtained at the salesroom of the Institution, No. :I7 Avon street. The second balcony is open to the public, whose attendance is cordially Invited,

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

FEOPIiE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY Should take with them a box or two of oar delloious LUNCH BISCUIT, For sale by all Grocer*, and M 4. A... ai A1 , M a 33 A 35 ELM STREET, AX UUP 010P8B, 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sundays from 7.80 to • A. M. THURSTON & HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

100 Decorated Dinner Sets For Seashore nnd Country Houiei, $9.50 to $15.00. THE CHINA PARLOR, Clark, Adams & Clark, 65 and 67 Franklin, and 79 Arch Streets. BOSTON. Please mention Tiik Camuhii'iii: TbIBOXB, A. YERETSKY, Merchant Tailor. Now Spring Goodi At Q>sfttljr Rtdtteed Prices. 63 Cambridge St., Boston, \\m ii»v«* removed lo more loCAtu<l aim! cniitino.lliiust pri'mittcn, 53 TEMPLE PLACE, Ami mi- now hliowliii; our luipirt«tloill for pr*>nr>iit nml tMiMultiK "Piikiiii, which Include Mil tin' huc-t LONDON NOVELTIES. CRECSON & THOMPSON, English Tailors and Importers, CIIAU.O Its .1 AMI 4, AS Temple Place, Itoaton. Agont for WliltakerK Co., I.lCoinliilt Streot, and Hill 1Jr0... .1 olil Iluml Street, London, W. SPRINfiJOODS. All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. LAMSON & HUBBARD, «Ai,rFAcriiit' r .ns ami HCTAii.ir...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

THE NEW BOOKS May be bad, as soon as published' at the Univers ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A Ml line of Standard Works in good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodicals. Pla'ik Book. : c 'mpe variety Ths oest Stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy all these goods in Cambridge, and have them sent lo your house or room free o cos' and treuble Foreign Books and P.iiodicsls Supplied promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, HARVARDSQUARE, (tIVBRIIIOK.

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Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. Buou Th bathe-. George F.wcett Bow.'. "Pop"—Every afternoon and evening. Boston Thbatbb. The .Male play ft "Th. World"—Every evening and Monday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.. Boston Mi'smill. K.11.t, th. m.glci.n—Every .renin* and Mond.y, Wednesday aud Saturday afternoon,. Glob. Tiikatrk. Pint art of "Ruddygnr." and Mm nd aot ..f "The Mikado"—Monday afternoon and eveulng. (Close »»l the season.) Hoi.i.is stbkbt Thbathk. hid* "Evangeline" —Kvery evening and Mouday, Wednesday and Saturday afternoon*. Pahk Thbathk. Nat. 0. Goodwin, in "Little Jack sh. ppard"—K.-ery evening aud Mond.y and Saturday alteruoon*. Battlb of Gkttvsburo, Ml Tremont street— Open from BA. M. toll P. M. dally, except Sunday*.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

If our memory serves us correctly, "The Taming of the Shrew" has never before been presented in Boston witli a near approach to entirety. The merry comedy of ''Katherlne and Petruchio," really a farcical off-shoot of Shakespeare, has been given as a sort of afterpiece, and through It the modern thea're-goer has obtained an idea of what a full production of the original might be. Mr. Daly's company at the Museum is giving a genuine Shakespearian revival, with great magnificence In the stage settings and costumes. Mr. Gilbert's Christopher Sly is notable for make-up, and drollery never descending toward the burlesque. Mr. Drew does not make a giand Petrucbio, but bis performance is full of life and quiet force. Miss Kehan'B Katherino is remarkable In its portraiture of tbe vixenish character of an original sbrew. Next week the Museum's summer season opens with an -engagement of Kellar, the magician, tbe hero of 323 consecutive performances in Philadelphia. "The Mikado" again, and natu...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 28 May 1887

For the Ladies. French parasols for morning and dressy afternoon wear are made of the same material as the dress with which they aro worn. Travelling cloaks of small checks In black aud white are stylish and also appropriate for summer wear and are made In the raglan style. A travelling costume should not be of rough material which can hold cinders and dust. Serge is the best possible fabric for this purpose. A stylish costume for morning wear this season Is that of coarse-ribbed pique made in simplest tailor fashion wl'.h only the stitching as a finish. It is predicted that chip hats are to be worn again, and they will no doubt be hoartily welcome, as they aro unexcelled In lightness and pliability. The square or Mikado sunshades are to be stylish for Ihe seaside and country and they are a 9 gay and bright as possible, always edged with a lace flounce. Striped skirls are Ihe most stylish mode seen here this season, and over them are worn the plainly looped overdresses which give su...

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