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Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Important. When visiting New Vnrx City, save llagnaue Kxpreas and Carriage Hire, and amp at the Grand Union Hotel, nppoaita dram! Central Depot. 600 Hanrianmely Furirlataed llonms at ?t anil apvana per day. Enmpean plan. Klev.tnra, and all Modern Cntivenleneea. Iteetaurani* an i.plied win, the beat. Horso car., stage, and elevated rallrnada mull depots. Yon esn lite better for leas money at the (I, ..ml Unto. Hotel loan airy other ftrat-elu. hotel In the Olty.

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

For the Ladies. -_s ,' -. ' Feather stitch is a favorite finish for lingerie. - ' Lone-stemmed peach 'and apple blossom pins In pink And white enamel, are very popular. A number of large antique medallions connected by double chains make a fashionable beft. Jetted tulle Is one of the most popular fabrics for summer wear in millinory, and In black it makes elegant effects. . Even when cut in front the standing collars will often he Mi and will be clasped or otherwise fastene lat tlie throat. ' . A costume which Is- more eerviceabhvthan any other for hot weather Is of real nongee made so that it can be easily laundered. Wines are especially, stylish on round hats; they are poised In Mercury fashion, grouped In the front or back or In any way becoming to the wearer. >toft and'broad sashes will continue to be favored through this season. Soft fabrics In their fuM widths,-with frsyed and also with unornamented ends, will be a leading style. Polka dots In Tndla silks are very, ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

"Korcnnteiin.liuiicn lie, and valor Inrmeil, For s fti e.i» she, uinic-weet. attractive urace." John Milton in his "Paradise Lost" thus riistiitctilshes woman from man. Diseases fall to her hit that d" not to man's, peculiar to her soft and more refined nature. A remedy adapted, to the cure of her peculiar diseases Is found In Dr. X. V. Pierces "Favorite Prescription" for women. Thonsandu who have used It attest its great worth.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Invllo you to Tl.lt their beautiful studio 10 TKMPI.K P1,., lllhTilN, and Inspect their aperlmi-n. of PhotookaPiis. SHOW CASES. FARI.KY * HOFFMAN, •8 and 100 Snilhur. Street, Hoaton.

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

JUail POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder iwver varies. A marvel of purity, str.-iu'tli and wl'Olvsomeiiess, More eounoiivuttl than ihonrdhiary kinds, ajidcanuot be fold iv torntie tit.on with ihe mnltt.u.le of low test, short em.it alum Itf pU"Hpimte powders. Sold on'y in cans. Ko val ftUKJHU fowin'U CO.. 106 Wall Hi., N Y. E. J. H. TRASK, nmilstuT « Drains, No. 174 Columbus Aye., BOSTON. Window Shades and Wire Screens A 6PKCIALTY. Lowest Possible Price on Wire Screen*. Braatc and Nickel It,etc.. Good Holland Shade, Spring Fixture and Ring (.'i.,iii|ileie, for 3.'. CM., SO eta., 75 CIS. WORCESTER BRO$7~ 23 ft 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers in Hiid Manufacturers of FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. la per cent, off I.ial Price.. Shades and Draperies Hade to Order. DPHOLSTEKINO AND RKPAIRINO PKOMPTI.T DOSE. llie B.at I' aoe in Cambridge to Hay Ice Ctats ai Mriprators ANDERSON'S. SSS MATH BTRKKT. STrCVKNS'S K.UBEKA THK BKST IN THK MAKKKT. sjaT_AJ mmmtm t PRICK ItKIII'CKII JMOXICO I ...

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

' -~- Hale* Honey the great Cough eu re ,3.v. .cWo.t si Glenn's Mulphuruoap beals a b-auilfioe, aso. CirrmanCorn Remover kill. Corns A bunions Hill's H.lr snd Whisker Oje—Black and Brown, 50c. PiUr'aTnolhaolir limps .turn In I Mlnute.Mo Dean's Rheumatic Fill, are a sure cure. Ma MRS. MTXTcbBURN, Shampooing jrLTti work ibaio al Hair Work J^^fc. 0i.0.. witb tbe beat fainillea. 110 Windsor Ht., < nicubrl.lu;. port. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Smalt Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specially of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. U. UAMU.SucceMur to E. A. LIBBY, IMPOUTKK OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. JAMEB W. MARSHEA, ' Watch and Clock-1 Maker. i . . 448 HARVARD STREET, CAMBRIDGE. Repairing a Specially. FINE WATCHES, j CLOCKS and SPECTACLES, In Holyoke Store. j JOHN GILL, WATCH MAKER. PEAR & BROTHER, SII.VK.IMHITIIN AND .TKWF...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

'fc - !/^^'# ; r'--.i--^, pfcd>Utv tßec&ufe of jfjb pound Jjffgy*" tf?uf j°ecupinv| fje&ltf) beauty i 2 fi°t of &ec&u/e il* i/ Ifo I§Ps4 fcod vi/iU /tand tf>e teft/ jr JL J of — X | will not dr>iv,r>s fivce Jiavbfe to c)o. =» — ■-■-■■-■■ gc.l ■■■! ■■■ ±.1 .' - i. .■— .■?».•-■•■-■■ :rr ■ — • H— — | | - ■—- ■■ ■ -s| I——^ FRENCK 8. AMERICAN CLOCKS, ijf in the best MANNE, 111 IMPERIAL OENTRIFICE. To nmhitain tho health <>r the Mouth, and prtyPBrvn ih« fri'Mliii.-r-H Hii'l I), amy i.f llitj l'nei li, i lit" fr.'i|ii''iii v ' a 1 'fie iltlo- l>f <»iiifi, iiitiiiiii.-M-ii I . . Jt in imiii i-t.-i' t toobthih Ati urilfi e free f r-m 'ibliOX iOll* ihKr.d e>it«, the pien.-ni'i* > f whirl, wnu,., mir«* ly I'ttUMH i.uiuer'>an trmihl. «, the O tgli. <>f oliki'U it* utipupprcte I. TI»i» Powder, which I rHr.-i...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAO. HOOSAC TUNiNEL ROUTE. On mid Alter May 16, 1887, TItAINK I.l'AVi: I'.'isniN . PAHSKKUKK STATION, c At Sl:\VA\' HIIIKKT. FOP. OAMBBIbOE—O.OB, 1.80, 6.55. T.So, ) 46, 8 33, li .11. 11l :«t, Il in a m.; 12 a i 12.07, I 'J .'in, 1.38. 2.lft, 2.26, 3 HI, 3 13, 4, 4 411, ft. ft.lo, 6 3.1, II 40, 8 03. 6.13, ii .'it, li 4n. 7.16. 7. 0. ».», 045. 10. 11.2(1, ll.lin r. St.; («9 15, $9.25. {II A.M I 812 45 51.05, «; }4 54 55, •son. «.iB. J? o». <[; is,<ro so. §9.45 p.m.) kktu .n, 8 .'5. 8.331 f.lt. 1 27. 7.48. 8 13, 8.25, 6.3.1, 11 11, 0 38, 1(1 IK, 1n.20 A M.; 12.05, 12 42. 1.14, 1.25, 1.52. 2.14, 132, '-'.3H, 8.25, 3 40, 4 27. 5.21. 6.02, 6.117, 6.46, 7 I*. 7 11. 7.27, MO. 9 114, 10.24, <*H>.BS). 10.53 p m ; (5.7.20, j»,47. J9.16, $11.45 A M ; $12.40, ,1.11, 61.23, }3.31. {I 25, 5« 111, 1030; 57.35 57.511, 58 55 P. M. soldo AI1I"S, TKOV, ALBANY \NI> THE WEST—(6.3O A. a. am ni ), (M 0 a. a Kx. ice.'.c, ilraVtiiitf tic...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

i^ u !OTBBcICE, ' SEASON OF 1887.. Prices ttsLowa*the Lowest. llltor.lt SciVi'v X. Mete', North Can bridge; - T.Ulvue, I'm Lei's iltsilcsßi lllutlerau. Itt.s,, U.f.e DURGIN. 1 EASTERN i:a aAT«trarwi ovi LAMB, MUTTON, POULTRY, also . Fresh, Smoked arid Salt, Meits, Hams, 'Pork*and Sausages; n large assortment of Canned Goods. Full line of Vegetables. "Best Cieameiy Btrrterat lew priess. -? G^MWTrmzya's 471 Main Street,/ U-iOftmbrtdgejjflTt JOHN P. SQUIRE &C6TT " '39/ TTO I A' ■:■•'■ PORK, I-Aißl>, HAMS, Tripe, Pigs' Feet. Abo nianutaoturere of ftXTRA LAUD OIL. 21, 23 A 25 Faneuil Hall Market and 39-antf; 40 North Mattfet St. r *H /(' / » Jobn P. Squli*. . < I "i Frank O. Squire. BOSTON, tfred V. Sqijlr*.'. ... I— *.C* I I i.f,.J" t ■ ■ '.■' ■- cS, ENOCH BEANE&COm % \ HEAI.EKH Ht Choice Meats, nil Fs®lWV% Groceries, Fmrt and VegelaWdsj Fish. and. Oysters, MILLED We large stock oj J~t Q J pßavisio^j of^hiaa, »iao fnu&xoß BESTfi ...

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

Cambridge. Mr. W. T. Piper Is cummertng at Upton Cottage, Magnolia, Moss. Mr. Fred C. Clark and family have gone to SwampscoH for tlie summer. Prof. Thayer and family have gone to their summer residence at doxford, Mats. Prof. G. M. Lane and Miss Kitty Lane sailed last week for Europe from New York. Mr. Arthur Gilman and family go to Bar Harbor next week, - !© spend the summer. Dr. Stephen 11. Blodgctt has hired a part of the new brick house adjoining No. 880 Main street. Dr. W. Preble has moved his office from No. 410 Harvard street to No. 404 of the same street. Rev. Daniel Rollins has been appointed rector of St. S',ephen's (Episcopal) Church at Pittsfield, N. 11. Mrs. J. 13. Stewart and family of Harvard street go today to York Harbor, Me., to spend tbe summer. Mrs. John Read, Miss Read and Mrs. Melville M. Bigelow are at the Iron Mountain House, Jackson, N. H. Mrs. William 11. Furncss and daughter went to their cottage at York Harbor, Me., last Saturday, for the summer. Mr. Le ...

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The Band Concerts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

The Band Concerts. Tho second band concert of the season was given on the common, Thursday evening, by Martland's Brockton Brass Band. The evening was cool and the weather well suited for the occasion. An Immense crowd, exceeding that at the first, concert, was present, and perfect order prevailed. The only difficulty was the failure of the electric light to put in its appearance until after the second selection. Had it not been for the kerosene lamps which had been provided through the wise foresight of City Messenger Pratt for just such an emergency, the concert would have been late In commencing. Tho selections pleased everybody and several encores were received. Mace Gay, the loader, received quite an ovation at the conclusion of bis cornet solo, and "The Hunting Scene" had to bo repeated. The piccolo solo by James Klffe, and the vocal polka, "Jolly Blacksmiths," won enthusiastic applause. Through the enterprise of Mr. Lee L. Powers, comfortable piazza seats were furnished at a ...

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THE HARVARD ANNEX. Interesting Commencement Exercises Last Monday Afternoon. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

THE HARVARD ANNEX. Interesting Commencement Exercises Last Monday Afternoon. A class of five youug ladies graduated at the Harvard Annex, Monday afternoon, receiving certificates corresponding to the Harvard degree of bachelor of arts. The occasion was quite informal, and very pleasant. Among those present during the afternoon were many of the Harvard professors, Dr. A. P. Peabody, Mrs. William Claflin, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilman, Mrs. Augustus Hemenway, Mrs. Henry F. Durant of Wellesley and Mrs. Qui icy Shaw. There were besides many relatives of the students and friends of tbe Institution. The graduates are Miss Elizabeth Brlggs of Boston, Miss Mary Coes of Worcester, Miss Celeste W. Herrlck of New York city, Miss Elizabeth Seelye of Cleveland and Miss Gertrude Tyler of Winchester. Besides these, certificates were awarded to Miss Olive B. Morrison of Cambridge, who took a special courso of four years, and to Miss Effie Lanagan of Boston and Miss Grace Harriet Macnrdy of Watertown, ...

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North Cambridge. The Baptist Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

North Cambridge. The Baptist Picnic. Mr. F. E. Bowers Is at Marblehead. Mrs. O. 'f. Boyd has gone to Fitchburg, Mass. Mrs. J. F. C. Blodgett is at Downer Landing. The boys have begun to establish their lemonade stands along the avenue. Mr. I). M. Oliver's family will pass the summer at Sasaura Bluffs, Woolwich, Me. Mr. A. T. Turner, Jr., and family arc at the Rockland House, Nantasjtet Beach, for the summer. Mr. C. W. Kingsley addressed the Baptist Social Union at the Meiouaon, Boston, Monday evening. Misses Clara and Eva Mason of Raymond street are enjoying the comforts of a visit to Narragansett Bay. The T. W. Tennis Club held a meeting at the residence of Winnie Glover on Orchard slreet Wednesday evening. The Communion of the Lord's Supper will be observed tomorrow morning at the North-avenue Universalisl Church. Beginning a week from .tomoirow, and continuing for three months, the Baptist Sabbath School will meet al 12 o'clock instead of 8 P. M. The North-avenue Universalis! Sui...

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CAMBRIDGEPORT. A Card. Social Bible Class. Overseers of the Poor. Last Week's Drowning Accident. Y. M. C. A. Notes. EAST CAMBRIDGE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

CAMBRIDGEPORT. A Card. Social Bible Class. Overseers of the Poor. Last Week's Drowning Accident. Y. M. C. A. Notes. EAST CAMBRIDGE Mr. E. 11. Jose has qualified as administrator of the estate of Vulncy R. Chauiberlin. • There will be the usual preaching service at tlie Pilgrim Church tomorrow morning at 10.30. The police drew lots for their vacations on Thursday, an I have until July 5 t > trade among themselves. lion. 11. O. Houghlotl has presented lb* library of the University of Vermont with j,!iHO worth of books. Mr. George-10. Pancoast of Sisson A Cawthorne's "Little Nugget" Company, will summer at York Beach, Me. Key. W. 11. Tin is, chaplain of the Atlantic Yacht (.'lull, will so.in start on his annual cruise with that club. Rev. Mr. Roberiton of Vergennc, will oc copy the pulpit tomorrow morning at 10.30 at the Wood Memoiial Church. 'The engagement of Miss Jennie Teele, daughter of the late S. P. Teole, to Mr. John A. Amee, was announced last week. Rev. X. X. Chand...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

IHarvard Square, Cambridge" REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBKIDOB PROPERTY ONLY. NO BOSTON OFFIOK. HVtve your property placed on my llat ImmsdlaUly, at lamina position tofthese and direct patront to anyplace la the city. Ilulldlns fcoU for .ale In the most de.irable location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET .TELEPHONE 7318. INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS * BEFORE GOING ON YOUR VACATION. Policies written for 1 month, 2 months or longer. NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION. Full partloilara and policies ot W. JST. & H. J. STORER, 666 Main Street, Cambridgeport. FURNITURE. TWJT*' MOUNTAIN from our factory direct at a BreBt BaY ' ng I —J logue mailed free. PAINE'S Furniture Co., A a nasi SI AT South Side Boston & 48 CANAL SI., 'Maine Depot. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. A. Hartley & Go. CARPETS Draperies & Shades. LOWELL Osrpe't", $1.75 Word, ilk A special collection of low-priced Carpet, for your country or aeaaide borne. LOWELL $1.00 ROXBURY Ta &...

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The public Schools. Webster School. Harvard School. Putnam School. Shepard School. Washington School. Allston School. Thorndike School. Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

The public Schools. Webster School. Harvard School. Putnam School. Shepard School. Washington School. Allston School. Thorndike School. Notes. Mr. Billings, the principal of the Webster •Grammar School, seldom leu a graduating class slip by him without giving It a chance to show the public "what It Is made of," so to speak. He bad several good and unusual reasons for Hying particular stress upon this year's graduating exercises. The longanticipated and much-discussed settees for the school hall needed christening, In the first place, the bright brass gas chandeliers recently put In needed to be ihowu off, and, above all, the graduating class was the largest in the history of the school, which seemed to call for especial emphasis. The exhibition was held on Monday evening, when the large hall was filled to overflowing with spectators. The programme was necessarily quite loug, but was conducted by Mr. Billings as expeditiously as possible. The exercises were as follows: Song, "May Day...

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In the Open. Base-Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

In the Open. Base-Ball. Mr. Robinson, manager of the Y. M. C. A. team, has arranged the following dates for his club: July 2, at Cambridge, Cambridge ts. Charlestown; July 9, at Cambridge, Cambridge vs. Chelsea; July 16, at Cambridge, Cambridge v«. Brooks of Boston; July 23, at Chelsea, Cambridge vs. Chelsea; August 6, at Chelsea, Cambridge vs. Chelsea. Next Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock the married and single men doing business in or near Harvard square will contest for honors on the base-ball diamond on Cambridge Common. The teams will be made up of the following players: Married men—Conry, Clark, Council, Brock, Manning, Slolba, Guyette, Gatelv, Doyle; single men—Ross, Corcoran, Gately, O'Hara, Flack, McGowan, McDonald, Sul.ivan, Ramhofer. The T. M. C. Association team, with Gay and Shackley of the junior nine, defeated the Stoneham Y. M. C. A. team on the Star grounds, Wednesday af'ernoon. Seven innings only were played, as the sun became so strong as to make It practically Im...

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On the Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 July 1887

On the Water. The Arlington Boat Club will have a regatta on Spy Pond, July 4, aud a grand display of fireworks in the evening. While out upon the river, Monday afternoon, McKay had a collision with another oarsman and his boat was badly damaged. The prizes awarded to tbe victorious Riverside crew in the June 17th regatta were four handsome silver cups presented by the Boston Globe. They were Inscribed as follows: "New England Amateur Rowing Association, Boston, June 17, 1887—Senior Four-Oared Working Boat —Presented by the Boston Globe."

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