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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Wa have removed, to mora centrally locate.l and commodious premises, » €3 TEMPLE PLACE, And urn now showing our Import s*t Inn* for the isaion, whirl. Inoliule all the Intent LONDON NOVELTIES. CRECSON A THOMPSON, English Tailor* and Importer*, I'll Ait in.ns 3 AMI 4, AS Temple I'laer, Boston. Ag.nt for Whliaksr | Co., 41 i.'oinliilt Stra.t, and Mill Urns., 3 old Bond Street, London, W.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

AMERICAN GUIDE-BOOKS. Newly K.vl.eil In IXB7. *)1 SO eacli. NEW ENGLAND. "Tha bent, most thoroughly systematic, ami useful guidebooks yet prepared in ihi« country."— The Independent. "Complete, exhaustive, and exact. It if* not only a good thing for a travtdilng-iiatchel, but deserves a place in the library. "—Outing, THE MARITIME PROVINCES. Tlie nnh (JiiiuV-B.tok to Eastern Canada. F fth edltl' n. "Who-vtr wishes to visit the famous Bras dOr, or Iho land o 1 Evangeline, or Gratnl Manan, or oiher r**K>rV of thin picturesque and historic region —the land of |»r*r,-e'u tl coolness and qualntness— will find thiol)-'Ok invaluable."— yew York Graphic. "I*B fund of instruction to touristi Is really Immense. "—Literary World. "Everyone going to Nova Scotia and New Brunswick or Qii' lifo should buy Tlcknor's excellent 'Maritime Provinces,' a rich treasury of everything the tourist wants to know about those delightful Countries."— Boston Cazette. THE WHITE MOUNTAINS. "The best boo...

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pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. Battlk of OaTTVaauKO, Ml Trauiout straet— Open from a A. M. to 11 P. M. datlj, except Sundajs. ISostov SIi'SKUK. Little (Jorlnue, In "Atosdia" —Kvoty e»»ult!K aud WeJitesilaj and Saiuulsj afternoon*. Horticultural Hail, Boston. Munkac-j's ••real picture, ''Christ Ucli.ro t"ilal«"-10 A. M. to 1(1 P. M. Ouiusti Gahue.v, Boston Ulahlamta. Brocolinl Opara Company, In "Piraies ol Penaance."

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

At nine o'clock, Capia n John Smith, big, hearty, genial, weather-beaten veteran of the sea, pulled the starting bell, and away from Baiteiy wharf began to move the little ocean propeller, Longfellow, the only excursion boat in our waters widen could go around the world without being carried. There were about one hundred of us aboard—perhaps I shouldn't use so personal a pronoun, for I didn't know Dim »f iheiu — as usual, abou' three-quarters ladies, balance of the, opposite, will; a resonable discount for children. Abou: lnlf of them were sealed, more or less, In ihe midst of lunch baskets, while the balance strolled about with a half expressed air of independence. In an hour or so the Longlcllow was scudding along over ihe blue waters of Massachusetts Bay, with slghiable laud behind and to the right of us—the banks of the south shore, happy Nantucket, aristocratic Cnbasset and clatiny Dux bury all in recognizable eye shot. It is a voyage of seemingly open ocean, pr tected by the c...

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Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Important. When Tl.itlug New York City, sa.e llagiiage Express and Carriage Hire, and slop at tbe Grand Union Hotel, opp .sit- Brand Central Depot. 600 Hanilsoiuely Kiirulr-bed llo.ims st SI and upwards per day. Euo.pesn plan. Elevators, and all Modern Conveniences. Resu.uri.nt. sunplteil aitb ibe best. Horse cars, stages aud elevated rsilr.is.l- mail depots. You can live better for less m icy al theOiMiid Union Hotel .ban any other hotel In tbe City.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Ko K> Soap outwear* anything and i- coinaquently economical. IloimekeepeM Try Sarena "nee f-»r cleaning.

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for the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

for the Ladies. Gray in every shade, liadt and dark, la tlie color most sought this season. Very dark seal Li own is also being revived. The rnge for bright red has extended even to foot-wetr, low-cut velvet or satin shoes of this color being fashionablo for evening wear. A now slik glove for summer wear Is loin? enough to go over the sleeve, and so trimmed with bows as to appear as if fastened by them. Elbow sleeves appear again upon the summer costumes. They are made slichtly full above the elbow, which adds materially 10 their graceful effect. Pelerines are popular with young ladles. They are made with hood.-, which are generally lined wilh silk matching the costume with which the garment is to be worn. Flower necklaces are sometimes worn wit'i wedding and other dressy toilets. They ate arranged with pendent sprays and buds falling to the depth of a low bodice. A pretty fashion of slashing the skirt ami inserting plnitings of bengaline siripes is greatly liki-d by those who like ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

As In ricif women tliore are iiiiiiieit.u* 0n.i.l ratelie* in tin- LTiiitei] States, .Miss Elisabeth Cirntt, the lister of the president nf tho Baltimore ami Ohio railmail, i- stiil to be worth between ♦15,000,000 mil 120,000,000, ami site is both bright ami lm«lties«-llke. The three daughters ol P. A. Dresel of Philadelphia are worth $4,000,000 eacli, ami there is a rnillionhalre Lsii-i in Tennessee named Hand St. Pierre. w lio receitik purchased 94,0(10 acres of coal lauds, ami who lias enough business ability to manage her own fortune, and a husband as well. One of i In- richest young ladles iii Washington is Mi»s Jetllilo ittgiis, whose father, Qeorge W. Ititis/s, was a partner of \V. \V. Corcoran; ami there Is a Miss BernlCS Morrison ill St. LoUIS, who, several yea's ago, wa* down on the ia\ lisl as being worth $004,090. Miss Clothllde Palms, the Detroit benny wliom Senator .lines In vain trietl to win. is Said to lie worth 12,600,000; ami there is now hardly a city in the Unit...

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Curios . [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Curios . "Well—*r," said (he youth, riling, "I— er—guess I'd better go. It's ten o'clock." "till! you need not hurry unless you want to," said tbe young lady. "But—er—your father may object to my staying any longer," rejoined the youth. "1 have—er—read so much aiiout stern fathers coming downstairs and—er— forcibly ejecting from their bouses young men who stayed rather late In company with their daughters that—er—l am rather afraid to remain longer." "Oh!" exclaimed tbe beautiful maiden, with a laugh, "you needn't be afraid. There are seven girls of us still unmarried, and pa would rather invite you to a late lunch than do anything to render your visit unpleasant. He always keep, bin-self carefully out of the way when joung men call at the house."— Ronton Courier.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

First young wife—"What on earth are you doing at that mirror, Clara?" Second young wife—"l'm practising how to make wrinkles; I've almost forgotten how." First young wife—"Wrinkles! of all things! don't you know how a man likes to have his wife looking young?" Second young wife—"lndeed I do. John is going with me to select a new bonnet ibis afternoon, and if he sets his mind on a cheap bonnet lie will discover that it makes me look as old as his grandmother."— Omaha World. It is claimed now ■ liat the telephone was invented in 1035. It diil not come into general use, however, because tho wonl "hello" was nut invcnled until some years after. If ynu will just try it a few times you will uudeisiaud why it was utterly impossible to run the telephone by saying "Prlihee, friend," or "Odds boildlkins, man," or "Give thee good morrow, sirrah." No wonder the telephone was a failure. — Burdette. "Yes," said the undertaker, "it was a beautiful funeral. I would have given a good ileal if the de...

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Extravagance in College. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Extravagance in College. The very parents who speak so bitterly of the encouragement given to jouiig men's extravagance, by the modern college life have carefully trained tli-ir sons for just the life which tli'-y |, a ye fotin I. Usually men in moderate circumstance*, they have never compelled their sonsto earn a dollar In their lives, or lo know the coit or value of money, or to deny themselves anything Within their reach, or to do anything except spend money When a favorable opportunity offered. The sons, passing for the first linie beyond the father's eye, and able to plead circumstances which parents cannot deny from personal knowledge, are in a fair position to deplete the paternal pocket-book, aud have never been trained to refrain from improving such an opportunity. It is not for his own si Io.il graiitica i"ii that the son joins ibis or tha l college society, or lakes all ihe college papers, or "g'es with the nine" to watch an Intercollegiate game in another college town, o...

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What Stopped the Train. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

What Stopped the Train. Men put down their papers and looked mil nf the windows. Ting-a-ling, a-ling a ling. The rope was moving through 'he long train of cars. Down Weill the brakes. The train slopped. The passengers thought .the bell had rung for "danger." Every one was much alarmed, The men hurried out. The ladies leaned mil of the windows to look. But there was nothing to Ic. seen. The iinin seemed to lie all right. The brakemen ran dowu the track, There was nothing wrong on ihe iraek. Some ol the brakeiin-.i went into the baggage car. ■~> Then they found out why the hell rang. There was a monkey in the baggage car. He had Collie from India In a ship, lie was on the way lo a gentleman who had bought. him. In Ills old home, iv the forest, he used to twine his tail Around the branches and rock and swing. He sai on a trunk in the higgige car. lie thought this was a very dull way to spend his tune. He wished to play as he did at home. Soon he spied Ihe bell-wire. This bel...

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Cycle Repairing. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Cycle Repairing. Mr. P, X. (larland 450 Cambridge street, ha* every fact tty for repairing bieye'es or tricycle, promptly anil In li" in ru Intelligent manner. Only tin- best materials are u-cit and nine but skilful w >rktn mi St. employed, vti- OrtrlAud ha* also a large sss rimed nf machine, of niTerent ntnk' s, nes, and .ccnlitt-liaiul. wli'eli he iil7«r» for sale clieap.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

Knltfor A iMtpont art) il ilnj tliA |»iuiubing And fiirnMi-.' w >rk in Mm. ll*.ywarl> new bouae om Gb«rry itrtMt. 8oia«rvll.«.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

llale'*noneytb*great Cough cure,3tie.,ioe.ft(l Ulcnn ssiiilphiirsoap heals a beaatlfloe. Ha, SermanCornßemover kills Coma ft Bunion* Hitr. H.ir and Whisker Dye—Black and Brown, 60a Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 Ulnuw.aSo Den v s Itl.elunatic Plllaare a sure cure, 60s. I^O'BRIENTiON, FLOEISTB, 820 Main Street. Hoses, Knee Uouiiuots, Flowering and Orna menial Plant.. ■ WELCH & BENZAQUEN, Wholesale and Retail D.alers In Cigars *j«L Tobacco, No. SMMaix sr., (AMiikii'tiKt'onr, Mas.. Manufacturer, of the celebrated W. & 11. Cigar.. M STANDARD FOOD win ■if 11 i WILL put a horse in good condition with leu expense and trouble than anything elio. AMI* 00,

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

W bAKIH* POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength Hint wi olesomeuess. More economical than iheordlnsTv kinds, and cnnii"t be sold Iv com ni'i itiim with ihe multitude of low tcm ,*h >rt eiKht alum (if nli"n»luit«s powder**. Sold on-y in cans ttOYAIj Bakis<» I'uwnm Co.. 106 Wall St., N Y. E.J. H.TRASK, UpDolstery i Drwries, No. 174 Columbus Aye.* BOSTON. Window Shades and Wire Screens A SPECIALTY. Lowest Possible Price ou Wire Screens. Brast* ami Nickel Kmls. 000-l I lull and Sliade, Spring Fixture and King Ofinnlete, fur 86 0t# M 50 ottH. 75 c s. WORCESTER BROS., 23 & 26 Brattle St., Cambridge, ]>ealers in «nd Manufacturer* f FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. 1.% per cc.l. off List Prices. Shades and Draperi's Made to Order. lI'IIOI.M KIIIMI AM> X KIM lItI NO I'liimni.v DONE "Hie Hr.t 1' aee'lo Cambridge to Buy Ice Ms ag Refriprators ANDERSON'S, fVlrt HA IN sTKKKT. BTKVBHfIM KI'RKKA THK MKST...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

SK. SMITH, • DRY 80008 A lIKKSNMAKI.MI. BOTTON HOLE AND BEAM BTITOHINO. Confectionery and Stationery of All Kinds. I il.l NOHTII AVi:., C'AMIIHIIKII. MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing «'...t , .vi a* *« antl base tile w a V WOrt tl 'lie al HaiTl Wfil'lc your b.iu.n. F.itir ■**•*** «■ ••■ ** t.-en years' e.perl. enee .lib th* beat families. 110 Wlml.or St., Cn..tbri«la;eport. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kind* of Small Ware. A first class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. It. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. It. IH«r, Hiiceassnr to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OP RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS RF.CRIVE PROMPT ATTKNTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

WINDOW SCREENS, Wooden Mantels, Stationary Wash-Stands, Office Desks, Cabinet Work of All Descriptions, MAMUrACTURBD TO OHIIKK BY T. B. WENTWORTH, STATE ST., CAMBRIOGEPORT. t3T~ 4 FEW WO "DEN MANTELS of a pretty pattern already made up. If tbey will sit your ttoiue you can buy them CHEAP. f II SnTIITIS I PS ONLY SS.OO PEK lIOZKN.—Not Club I'l.. ur.., Inn Klr.t*a* , «aal SEP JLXm JEM M. a 7 Claaa Pl.ot ... and warranted Equal In Kiuisli and Artistlc Uglitlnn to any $7.00 picture.. All our former pttrous, and as nisuv new ones a. may patronise us, can depend iipiui perfect satl'factlnn and polite attention R. sp-ctlullv, A. SI. OENDKON, IS Tremunt Kow, Boston, next dour ni Mawaebuselts Uiti and Sboe St.ire. IMPERIAL DENTRIFICE. To maintain tho health of tbe Mouth, ami preserve the fionline-* HUM bt-uuty of the Teeth, the frequent u*e of a I>eui rlHco becomes tiidlipen"a><l-<. lilsiraportai.t to obtain an article free fromobnoi ■ou- Ingredien...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 July 1887

FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and alter May 16, 1887, TRAINS LEAVE ROBTON PASSRNOKR STATION, CAIISK.WAY STItEKT, FOB CAMBKIrsOK—O.OS, it 3(1, 6.155. 7.211. . 46, 8.33 0 3/1.11130,11 10 A. M.; ISM ; 12.07, 12.311, l'su, 2 18 2.2/1, 3 10, 3 13, 4, 4.40, B. 5.10, S 33. 6 40, 6 03, 5.13. 6 26,6 40,7.15. 7. 0. 8.60, 0 45. 10. 11.211, 11.30 e. M.l (§9.15, 15.10.f11 A.M.; Jl2 48. «1.08, }2, {4. §4.85 BiM, IS.II. 57 05, §7 15, Jl) 30 {IMS e. M.) KK'trjiiN 6.28. 6.33, 7.18, 7 27. 7.48. 8 13. 8.28, 8.3.1, 9 11, 938 10 18, 10.29 A «-.; 12.115, 12 42. 1.14, 1.25, 1 52, 2.14 2 32, 2.38, 3.25, 3.48, 4 27. 8.21. 0.112, 6.07, 6.46 7 1)6. 7 11, 7.27, 8.40, 9.04, 10.24, (.10.33), 10.53 V. H ; (57.20, 58,47, 59.15, 59.45 A. H ; 512.40, 51.11, 51.23 53.31. M 25, 58 88, 56.20; 57.35 57.50, 58 55 P. M. NORTH ADA oS, I HOY, ALBANY ANI> THE WEST—(6.3O A. H. I CO'nil ), (8.30 a. h. Ex. liress, drawing room car for Albany), 11.36 A H (Bf. at. Chicago, Ulnotnoati anil St. 1,..u1a Kspi...

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