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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
WW The discussion In the board of aldermen, Wednesday evening, on the report of the committee on printing, followed by the Indefinite postponement of their recommendation, Is a gratifying Indication that some of the aldermen recognize that official advertising is a commodity t * be bought, and not a favor to be given or a prize to be awarded. * » A brilliant victory has lioon scored by tho young women at Cambridge University, England, this year. Miss Ramsey of Hilton, daughter of Sir James Ramsey of Banff, is the only person, male or female, who reached the dignity of senior classic, and the only first data in tbe mediaeval modern languai.es examination Is Miss Hervey of Newnham. Two other ladies, Missel Pocock and Powell, have reached first class In the second part of the examination. This record would have been pronounced Impossible, a score of years ago. Tbe friends of the former publisher of The Tribune will be glad to know that he has gained both health and wealth during his st...
THE IDLER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE IDLER. Sitting In Sandee Theatre on Monday evening, during the graduating exercises of the English High school, I found myself singularly attracted by the clear and direct way In which tho young students presented their parts. There was a notable absence of abstruse or sentimental essays, such as used to be so common on occasions of this kind. Even the valedictory was a practical and useful illustrated lecture on the voice, rounded out at tho close by a few sentences of appropriate and tender sentiment. The whole tendency of tho exercises—if we except the slight excess of French —was practical and useful, and therefore interesting. It was an audience of keen appreciation, moreover, and the applause came at jus*, those points which showed satisfaction at the freshness and originality of the work f resented. • •• I hope I may be allowed to say that It was a class containing, besides the young men, thirty-two extremely pretty young ladies. As I am personally acquainted with only on...
Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Among the Books. In these daya of agitation over Andover, there Is special interest in the utterances of men who are leaders in the new theology. Charles Scribner's Sous have lately published a revised edition of "Old Faiths in New Lights," by Newman Smyth. The book made a seusation when it fir t appeared, and the'slgntficant thing about Its publication in this revised form Is that progressive thought within orthodox.circles has now become so much tbe fashion that the positions maintained are no longer startling. The theological thinking of the times is getting to be every year more practical, and more directly lv sympathy with real life. Mr. Smyth's book is belpful and Inspiring. It Is reverent, earnest, catholic. It shows a sincere purpose to know the truth, and an assurance that it will not harm orthodoxy to modify Its theology If truth requires It. The result of the study which Is being made of the Bible in these latter days by men who are not afraid to learn new things concerni...
Lincoln on the Declaration of Independence. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Lincoln on the Declaration of Independence. In the Instalment of the "Lincoln History," published in the June Century, an account is given of the famous Died Scott decision with quotations from Lincoln's and Douglas's opinions on that decision. Lincoln Incidentally referred to the Declaration of Independence in tho following striking language: "I think the authors of that notable instrument intended to include all men; but they did not intend to declare all men equal in all respects. They did not mean to say all were equal in color, size, intellect, moral development, or social capacity. They defined with tolerable distinctness in what respects they did consider all men created equal—equal with 'certain inalienable rights, among which are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.' This they said, and this they meant. They did not mean to assert the obvious untruth that all were then actually enjoying that equality, nor yet that they were about to confer it immediately upon them. ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN &amp; CO.'S NEW BOOKS. The Appeal to Life. A volume of Sermons. I!y TiiKoriow: T. MtNOKit, I). I)., author of "The Freedom of Faith," "On the Thretheld," "Lamps and Potts." M.BO. A brink i.f remarkable interest, v.hlch appeals powerfully to Hint wliieli is deepest ami most vital in tlie SspSrlsnee ami aspirations 01 mankind. Phillips Exeter Lectures. I.KCTtItF.S tIKI.IVF.ItKII BBPORK TIIK SixDRNTS OF l'ltlt.l.ll'S EXKTKIt A( AIIKMY, IBBMBBO, 1 v01.,12m1)., 11,60. A volume of admirable addresses on various Important subjects, liy Uev. In*. B. I. Witts and PhUlipi BrOokt, mill Presidents McCtuh, ll'tilker, iittrth'tt, rtooiffion, Porter and Vatier* Hrownlng'H Works Complete. An entirely Now Edition from new electrotype plates, aflcr the latest revised English Edition. In six volumes, crown octavo. Glli top, |1,76 a volume: half calf, (8,00 a volume. These! complete, cloth, £10.00; halt calf, 118.00. The Sim)backs In Camp. Ten Summer! Under Canvas. By SAMt'Ki....
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
THE NEW BOOKS May be had, as soon as published, at the Univeri ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line cf Standard Works in good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodicals. P's'ik Booki in large variety The oest Stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy ail these goods in Cambridge, and have them sent to your house or room free o cost and trouble Foreigf Books and Periodicals supplied promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, HARVARD SI.HAHK, C'AMBBIDOK NEW GOODS! HANDSOME BATH BPON6EB, BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIS BKINB, MAGNIFICENT GOLOBNE BOTTLES, LOVELY PUNGENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN &amp; CO., 504 Washington St.. CORNER. BEDFORD STREET, IIOBTON. X y »-&gt; v » | Mr. Valentin* having f f 1 A I withdrawn from the Itrra I ,1 iUI .of yitntNnsJksMls, Mr. »» ■■"' Balls bats to notify sll pasrens to per bills dua Hi" "''' Srni at his offloa, 7 Bojlsson Strest. - - - - - Mr. sails will oiiatln...
pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. Battle or Gotyshubq, Ml Tremont streetOpen from 8 A. M. to 11 X M. dally, except Sundays. Buou Theatre. Louise Arnot, In "Ireland as It Is"—Every afternoon and evening. Boston MrsEUM. Little Corlnne, In "Arcadia" —Every evening and Wednesday aud Saturday afternoons. HOBTICULTItBAI. HALL, Boston. MunkScsy'S great picture, "Christ Before Pilate"-10 A. M. to TO P. M. Oakland Oabden, Boston Highlands. BrocoHi.l Opera Company, In "Pirates of I'eusance."
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Recreation is growing universal. The sports and pastimes of the boy are ascending to the youth aud man. No man under forty, nowadays, considers bimseli Id, aud many a man of three-score has forgotten to put off childish ways. The bat and ball, the yacht, the row-boat, the canoe, the tennis court, the bicycle, the tricycle, are separately and collectively urging themselves upon humanity, and getting accepted. Base-ball seems to have an Imperishable grip—its Interest never lags; its devoTees are always increasing; it is pre-eminently the national sport. Every large city has Its professional ball-ground, where, recreative sport assumes scientific accuracy and dangerous result. It Is a pretty small town which cannot afford an amateur club, and even a village boasts of its youthful organization, the pride of Its people. On the field, on the streets, on vacant lots, tbe indestructible ball forever files, and little children with their alphabet learn to pitch, catch aud bat, and teach them...
for the Ladies [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
for the Ladies The panel which Is formed of a ladder of bows Is a very stylish trimming for a white coslume. Yellow and white is a pretty combination always and for a tennis or a boating costume It promises to be very stylish. Small cbecki are invariably combined with plain fabrics this season. The check forms the skills and.the waist is of plain fabric. A favorite corsage for sheer white woollens is tbe full belted waist, the fulness at tho top being gathered on cords in the form of a pointed yoke. Hack draperies are confined to a very nar row space when gathered or plaited to the bolt, but hang very full and may hang straight to. the foot or be elaborately draped. Nun's veiling in bright scarlet makes a very light weight and gay costume, very serviceable for the seaside. Nothing trims such a dress so prettily as Beiigaline stripes. The kerchiof vest Is the latest in these fashionable accessories to the toilet. They are either in stripes or plaids of a bright color, and are so full...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
"Heaven Is not reaobed at a single bound," Sung Dr. Hullaml, and the same may bo said of health. But many a sick person would make rapid strides In the direction of complete health by using Dr. R. V. Pierces "Golden Medical Discovery." It Is a sovereign remedy for all forms of scrofulous diseases, king's evil, tumors, white swellings, fever sores, scrofulous sore eyes, as well as for other blood and skin diseases. Ball, tbe baker's, toe cream abould be ordered for nil festivities.
A Runaway Train. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
A Runaway Train. There is a story Id the June Wide Awake of a boy, the fifteen-year-old son of a locomotive engineer, who bad often ridden with bis father and "knew the engine pooty well." Indeed tbe engineer hail frequently let the boy "drive" on a long stretch of straight track. One night he left "Dave" in charge of the engine on a siding, while he went to supper as usual. There came up a furious wind; and, after a little, some cars shot by without any engine. The wind had started them. Boy, think quick I Down grade! The lign tiling ox press is to come that way! Nobody near. No telegraph wire. The trains are headed together. There is less than an hour to eaten those runaway cars and pull them out of the way. No time for hesitation! He springs to the lever, picks up speed and tears away with grade and wind and steam like a' whizzing arrow. They aro miles ahead. The rushing minutes are full of sudden comprehension. He almost sees through the dark, tempestuous night. What sot him fly...
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Important. When visiting New York City, tare Baggage Express and Carriage Hire, and stop at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 Handsomely Furnished Rooms at 91 and upwards per day. European plan. Elevators, and all Modern Conveniences. Restaurants supplied with the best. Horse cart, stages and elevated railroads to all depots. You can live better for less money at the Grand Union Hotel than any other tlrst-clatis hotel in the City.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
fcAKIH* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wlolesomeness. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be fold In coin* petition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in cans. Koyal Baking Powdkb Co., 106 Wall St.. N. Y. E. J. H. TUSK, ilsterf &amp; Drwrii)::, No. 174 Columbus Aye., BOSTON. Window Shades and Wire Screens A SPECIALTY. Lowest Possible Price on Wire Screens. Brass and Nickel Bods. Good Holland Simile, Spring Fixture and Ring Complete, for 3fi eta., SO cts„ 75 els. WORCESTER BROS., 23 £ 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. 15 per cent, off List Prloea. Shades and Draperbs Made to Order. lIPIIOI.SI KKINO ANII REPAIRING PROMPTLY IKIMi. DAVID THOMSON, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholstering and reupholstrrlng furniture, putting up drapery and window sha&lt;les, cutting loose c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
Hale 'a Honey the treat Cough cure, Jse. ,SOc * H Glenn's Nulphur Soap heals ft beautifies. Wo, GermauiCornßemover kills Corns a Bunions Hiira Hair and Whisker Dye—Black and Brown, too. Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 Minute.aso Dean's Kneumatle Pllla aro a aura oure. 60a MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing JrUT® m work doM at Hair Work HSi^J^S. euce eltb the best .families. 110 Windsor St., Cambridgeport. 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. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. It. Dank, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPOHTKR OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS KKCKIVB PROMPT ATTKNTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLAGE, BOSTON. KNAdL Grand, Square and Upright, AKD UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER. 178 Tremont St., Boston, SOL.X AGENT. Iyers &amp; Pond &lt; PIANO FORTES. The best. New Styles. Honest Prices. Easy Payments. Old pianos in Exchange. Catalogues and full informat...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
PEOPLE GOING INTO THE COUNTRY Should uke with them a box or two of our delicious LUNCH BISCUIT, For sale by all Oroceri, and At Our Stores. 33 * 35 ELM STREET ' w *»* •***»*•»«■■ 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, . ...... .« . « . _ 106 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sundays from T. 30 to 9 A. M. . .' THURSTON &amp; HALL BISCUIT COMPANY. fjm A 'DTIITIi'IPC ONLY SI.OO PER DOZES.—Not Club Pleturea, but Flret-e-rXaOXXsI JEM JL d 3 Clues Photos, and warranted Kqual In Flulsh and Artistic Lighting to any $7.(10 pictures. All our former ptlrons, and as many new ones as may patronize us, can depend upon perfect satisfaction and polite attention. Respectfully, A. SI. OKNDHIIN, 13 Treuiont Kow, Boston, next door to Massachusetts Boot and Shoe Store. IMPERIAL OENTRIFICE. To maintain the health of the Mouth, and preserve the freshness ami beauty of the Teeth, the frequent use of a Denlrittoe becomes Indispensable. It Is Important to obtain au artiole free from obuox loud Ingredients, the presence of W...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 25 June 1887
FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and After May 16, 1887, TRAINS LEAVE BOSTON PABSENOBR STATION, CAUSEWAY STREET, Foil CAMBRIDGE-6.05, 8.30, 6.86, 7.20, V.46, 8.33, 9.30,10 30,11.10 A.M.; 12m.; 12.07, 12.30, 1.35, 2.lft, 2.25, 3.10, 3.13, 4, 4.40, 5, S.lO, 5.33, 0.40, 6.03, 6.13, 6.26, 6.40, 7.15, 7.1)0, 8.90, 9.4 ft, 10, 11.20, 11.30 r, M.; (}9.15, §11.2,1, §11 A. at.l §12.45, §1.0.1, §2, §4, §4.59, $8.30, §6.16. $7.0(1, §7.15, §9.30, JIMS r. X.) RETCKN, 6.25, (1.33, 7.15, 7.27, 7.48, 8.13, 8.25, 8.33, 9.11, 9.38, 10.18, 10.29 A. W.; 12.05, 12.42, 1.14, 1.25, 1.52, 2.14, 232, 2.38, 3.25, 3.48, 4.27, 5.21. 6.02, 6.07, 6.46, 7.06, 7.11, 7.27, 8.40, 9.04, 19.24, &lt;»10.33), 10.53 P. M.; (§7.20, §8 47, §0.15. §9.4» A. M.; §12.40, §1.11, §1.23, §3.31, §1.25, §5 33, §6.20; §7.39, §7.50, §8.65 P. M. NORTH AUASIH, TROY, ALBANY AND THE WEST—(6.3O A. X. Aceom.), (8.30 A. M. Express, drawlug.room oar for Albany), 11.30 A. m. (3 P. m. Chicago, Cincinnati and St. Louis Expres...