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THE PROHIBITORY AMENDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
THE PROHIBITORY AMENDMENT. The resolve providing for tlie submission of a prohibitory amendment to the people of Massachusetts came up for action In the house of representatives on Wednesday, and was defeated, the vote standing 130 for the resolve and 74 ajainst it, with three pairs. Three voles more would have carried it. Earnest speeches in favor of tlie amendment were made by Representatives Darling of Somerville, Smith of Dover, Judtl of Holyoke, Milliken of Maiden, Roberts of Lynn, anil Whilcher of Stoneham. Mr. Darling cited the four States which have already adopted prohibition, and said that in West Virginia, Tennessee, Texas, Michigan and Oregon it Is awaiting the vote of the people, while In Pennsylvania It has passed one legislature. In the last legislative sessions the liquor question has been uppermost In two-third, of them, Mr. Darling said: "It Is not, a matter of police regulation, but a fundamental issue of social right, and the Stale must come up to that view. Each...
ANDOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
ANDOVER. Events in the theological field are ripening fast. The board of visitors at Andover are soon to hold their final meeting, aud announce their decision as to whether tbe five professors against whom charges were brought are legally occupying their chairs. Meantime the meeting of the Suffolk North Association, held at Somerville on Tuesday, is a striking illustration of the present attitude of Andover toward evangelical theology as represented by the clergymen of that. body. Dr. W. S. Alexander of Cambridge presided, and liev. George A. Tewksbury, Rev. Dr. McKenzie and Rev. D. N. Beach of Cambridge were among the clergymen present. Six Andover students were examined for license, Mr. Beach asking the questions on systematic theology. The progressive spirit of Andover was clearly manifest in the answers, and the candidates were all licensed by a unanimous vote, and with hearty approbation. This association, at least, does not feel that Andover is departing Irom the faith once de...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
The first wom.m to complete the full four years' course at Columbia College, and to receive the degree of bachelor of letters, graduated on Wednesday, at the IBBd commencement of the college. She is Miss Mary Parsons Hankey of Stat-'ti Island. President Barnard Is reported as laying thai he Is as'onislied at her achievements. Equal educ.itlonal opportunity for both sexes, whether lv the form of co-educatlon or after the plan of the successful Harvard Annex, is sure to come at all leading colleges. And there la not, in any experiment thus far tried, an iota of evidence that th* girls will not use the opportunities as wisely and well as their brothers. The cable announces thai the University of Cambridge, England, has conferred an honorary degree upon Profossor Asa Gray of this city, who is now abroad. The news is received with special gratification on this side of the water, where Professor Gray is heartily loved and highly honored. His achievements In botanical science are second to...
THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
THE IDLER. A warm, sunny day near Its close; a wellinformed officer of the Cambridge Casino; a new boat glistening with silver plate ami polished wood; a young and vigorous member of the Casino, with a good pair of oars anil a willing heart; the beautiful Chariot river at flood tide; and the Idler. Il was an effective combination, antl I can testify that one of its members, at least, enjoyed the sunset row between tlie rich green banks of tlie river. It may almost be saitl tli.it the members of the Casino hay.i just discovered the pleasure-taking possibilities of the Charles. The river flows scarcely a pistol-shot from the best part of Brattle street. It has found appreciation from the pnets, ami the Harvard crews have long understood its sinuous channel. But tin very people who hail means and leisure tn enjoy It have Ignored it, until within a year or two. "Out of sight out of mind" —and the Charles is not, unfortunately, visible from Brattle street. The hundred member* of the Casi...
Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Among the Books. Tbe first volume of "Around tbe World on a Bicycle," by Mr. Thomas Stevens, has just been published by Charles Scribuer's Sons. It Is a substantial octavo, of 550 pages, containing more than a hundred illustrations, most of them drawn with great spirit by Mr. W. A. Rogers. The cover is a striking one, to say tbe least. The preface is written by Colonel Thomas Weutworth Higginson of this ciiy, and shows that sincere appreciation of tbe courage and perseverance of Mr. Stevens which must be felt by every man who becomes familiar with bis wonderful achievement. Colonel Higginson says: "When the soldier rides inio danger he has comrades by his side, his country's cause to defend, nis uniform to vindicate, and the busle to cheer him on; but this solitary rider has neilher military station, nor an oath of allegiance, nor comrades, uor bugle; and he went among men of unknown languages, alien habits, and hostile faith, with only his own tact and courage to help him through. ...
Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Munkacsy's "Christ Before Pilate." The celebrated picture, "Christ Before Pilate," by the great Hungarian, Michael de Munkacay, is now on exhibition al Horticultural Hall, Boston, where it will remain for several months. It was bought by Mr. Wanamaker of Philadelphia for (125,000. The painting was often dcsci ibed by foreign correspondents before it reached America, and most of its principal figures were enzraved; but the public have now the opportunity of viewing for thetnsolves a canvas that has called forth such a divergence of opinion from artists and connoisseurs. Viewed as a work of art for commercial purposes, its success has been unprecedented. If the amount of criticism it has received be a criterion of its merit, it is one of the grandest achievements of this general lon. The enthusiastic admirers of Ihe painter have not been chary of its praise. Tbey have boldly proclaimed this picture to be not only the greatest of this century, but one of the greatest of any aae. On the...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
SIMON ALGHIBRFS INCOMPARABLE 80UF8, BAUCEB, CROQUETTEB, ETC. SOUPS. Clear «reen Tnrtle. Wreen Turtle, Terrapin, Mock Turtle, Julienne, Coniomme, tii-Tall, thicken, rrlutaulrre, Beef Tea, Manna Broth, Italian Paste, Mulligatawny, rea. Tomato. leer a la* Mode. Haricot Mutton, Italian BUM* Mushroom Sauce, Tomato Sauce, Bauee ftqeante, Stewed Terraplo, Cblefcen Croouettei, Sweetbread Croquettes. Concentrated Beer, whole cant, Concentrated Veer, hair cant. FOB BALK BY ALL FIRST-CLASS OUOCKUS.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
IBSIJKO EVERT MilSllA V MORNING. ' This valuable and necessary adjunct of Hi* ! counting room ami business nlllcu is well known. II has ti.-i'ii piihllshed every week, iiniiiterrupiedly, since IK.l9—nioro than a qua- ter or a century, it. use hv thousnnils of busliio-s men of Boston anil vicinity Is mi endorsement of its worth and usefulness. A mere statement of Its contents Is siillli-ient to coliunetiil it to every energetic loiil wldo.a\v«ko business man who considers that "time Is money" to him. It i-mitains, among oilier foatuie-: Tho . time uhles of all the Rallmaila radiating from . Boston; th* names of the Mall Steamers and the . tiinii of the closing of their mails at llnslon 'ami New York; the Domestic and Kor.-lgo ! Slussifir Line* from Hoalnn, Portland and ! New York, with their names and dm a of departs I are; the Telegraph Companies, the location or their offices, nnd Ike tariff tables to every State lv the Union; the Telephone Ralea to every section of N«w Knglanil; C...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as toon ai published at the Unlveri ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line of Standard Worki in good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading 'Magazines and Periodicals. Pisti* looki inl.ige &lt;»rieiy 7 "» neat stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy all these i goods In Cambridge, and have them tent to your house or room free o cost and trouble Forei|f Books and Peiiodicsi* ».-pplie_ promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore. lIIKTAZD SOIARK, CABIUDOI
Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. BMoo Tb.atbk. "Di.o_fc.or Fun In a Photok .«pb Oallery' - -ET*— .Iteriioo* and evening. Boston theatkk. Ueorg* C. Bonllaoe, In "Street* of New Yorh"-Bi*ry evening aud Weduesday and Saturday afternoon*. Boston Mi'sbum. Kell»i,lhe magician—Every evenlug »nd W*due«l»jr and Saturday *ft*rpoou». lliii.i.i. stkkkt Tiikatkk. nice* —Every evening and Wednesday and Saturday afteruoou*. * hati-i.k or OK-rry..0a0,»41 Tremont .treet— Open from » A. M. to 11 f. MV dally, sxoept Sanday.. A rfOBTKULTUBAL HALL, Boston. Munkacsy'* Broil Mlcture. "Obllst Before Pll»le"— IU A. M. to Top. m. : •
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Savena ol«an* but does not remove th* paint. The est»te forw.rly occupied by Mr. X. O. Kraatx*r, *n Will.ten .ircet, 1. to be .old *t public auction by J. 0, Nason &amp; Co., on Tiiur.da, next, at 4 o'clock. The estate I. very c.nsey and desirable and I. provided amply with fruit trees, shrubbery and grapes. Th* ho i.s ha* twelv* pleasant room.. "Prom brightening Held, of ether fair ditelosed, Child 01 tbe sun, refulgent summer counts." History is sometimes unaccommodating, and often treats a subject so that the nleagre Information is almost an aggravation. The pre-blstoric origin of summering is naturally a zero, and the history:: origin would be almost a zero but for tbe addition of a historical decimal. It is, b iwover, fair to presume that although history unkindly refuses lo give dufiiilti data, that this deligh'ful custom had a history, and that the present proportion of its popularity was gained by simple evolution. In the absence of contradictory facts, It is allowab...
For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
For the Ladies. Tbe Norfolk jacket Is quite popular and still stylish fur 'out-of-door costumes ibis season, particularly for young girls. Small welting cord Is used for trimming the e.lge of basques, and very heavy cord, about as thick as one's Utile finger, Is used on mantles. Fancy bengallnes are to be worn more generally than aay other sort of silk fabric this summer and they are in a great variety of beautiful designs. A dark shade of terra cotta is quite stylish for tea gowns for summer wear, particularly when combined with it contrasting color, such as old pink or bright china blue, A new way of wearing a locket or bandsome pendant Is to attach it to the left side of the dress upon the breast with a dainty bow of saiin ribbon matching the trimmings of the costume. Nainsook of fine quality is uzaln being adopted for the afternoon costume In white for young girls, and fine tucking and a wide sash lend the only adornment allowed on these simple toilets. Tangerine, a rich orange ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
"Opprefs not nature, sinking down to rest. With f***t. too isle, too solid, or too full.' Armstrong, when li« wrote these lines, gave good scientific advice. Half of our people suffer from ilyspepsia in some of its many forms. Life beco-iiies a burden, and busiues* worries arid annoys. The "Golden Medical Discovery," invented aud prepared by Dr. I'leice, Is an effectual remedy for indigestion. By druggists. Savena exeols In washing blanket*.
BITS OF TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
BITS OF TALK. *■*■ 'Tlie amount which Queen Victoria gives toward tbe salary of the editor of the Court Circular is about 1150 a year, and Mr. Beard, who bad been editor for nearly forty years, received nothing ou his retirement. Laboucbere sneerlngly says that "royal liberality is otily eipertenced when the obligation cannot possibly be got rid of, or else when the gift can be flaunted far and wide." Rev. Dr. Thomas, assistant bishop of Kansas, who graduated from Yale in 1850, was widely known iv college and in after life as a scientific chess-player. He suddenly gave up playing and explained his conduct by saying: "I found that I took so much Interest in the game that when I was beaten It aroused in me feelings that I could not conscientiously maintain. There was nothing left for me to do bul to give up cbess, and! did so." A West Virginia farmer and father who was asked for his daughter in marriage by a young man in Wheeling thought it over a while before replying: "George, you'd...
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
Important. When visiting New York City, Bare Baggage Kxpreas and Carriage Hire, and atop at tbe Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 Handsomely Furnished Room* at 91 and upward.* per day. European plan. Elevators, ami 1 all Modern Conveniences. Restaurant* supplied with the best. Horeecars, ■tagea and elevated railroads in nil depot*. You can live better for less ni"n*&gt;y at the Grand Union Hotel than any other tirst-class hotel In the City. KoKoSoap outwears anything and I* consequent - ly economical.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
GRAN-MARK-DOWN SALE COMMENCING MONDAY, JUNE 6. French Model Dresses AND GARIYIEIVTS. Also a Clearance Sale of my Entire Stock of Imported SILK-*, FOULARDS, GRENADINES, SURAHS. FINE WOOL CREPES, PLAIDS, SERGES, etc., etc., at a great reduction, previous to my departure for London and Paris. A. E. PARSONS, 77 Boylston Street, 26 Park Square, Boston. KNABL Grand, Square and Upright, AND UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER, 178 Tremont St., Boston, SOLE AGENT. CALIXA LAVALL-E, Formerly of the Conservatory of Parti, has resumed Instruction on tbe Piano Harmony and Composition, la classes or private lessons, at tbe Miller Hull, 156 Tremont St., Boston. Applications may be made at Henry F. Miller's, 611 Washington St., or at the Petersllea Academy of Music. LEBBONB IN DRAWING AND PAINTING. ELLA O. WHITNEY. Apply, for terms, Thursday afternoons, from 2 to 0, 111 Auburn Street, Oambridgeport. Invite you lo visit their beautiful studio, 10 TBMPLK PL.., 80-TUN, and lnap»«-t their specimen, of PHUTOOKA...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 11 June 1887
■ale's Honey th. great Coogh ctire.iso.aoo.* fl tlrnns Sulphur Soap heal* a beautlflos, 38a. X rrm.nCorn Remover kill* Corns k Bunions Hlir. Hair *ntl Whliker Dye—"lack and Drown, SOo. Pike's Toolhavobe Drop, cur* in 1 Minute.Mo Dean. ■hrtimaUe Plllaar* a aura cor*. Ma Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, (Formerly with Mlrs I). L. Capen of Boston,) 40 Austin Street, Cambridgeport. MI-a Klltnrr gives each depwrtment of her bunlnefi" her perianal attention, nnd, having had large experlriuee. sbe can gu«rwnt«e perfect jilting and Jir*( rtat* Hnith at reasonable price*. MRS. M. J. GOBURN, Shampooing j»« _..r«K _.— m m wor ' l aODe ■* Hair Work JSH^-J^Si ence eltb tbo beat families. 110 Windsor St., Cambridgeport. Ladies' Fancy Qoods, Qeneral Dry Good*, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-olasi Millinery Department will be added. StampIns; will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. X. Dam., Suco***or to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS RKCKIVK PRO...