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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
For the Ladies. Colored piques are very stylish this season made in tailor fashion. Cuffs of watered silk and a high dog collar.are seen on stylish wash costumes. The large oxidized silver buckles are stylish worn with the watered belts which finish the round waist. Japanese red pomegranate and Neapolitan blue are all rich, deep colors that will be worn this summer, and may be had in all soft fabrics. Black lace dresses are In great favor with tbe waist and lower skirt made of strips of satin surah alternating with insertions of French lace, and an over-skirt drapery of piece luce edged with trimming lace. Black grenadines in which there are metal figures, are elegant for evening wear, and are a leading fashion this- season. The trimming for such gowns is invariably a ricli black Cbantilly edging and flouncing. A rose jar is so simply made that it would seem as If every one might make one for herself. The half wild roses are th" best, as the aroma is more dastlng from the leaves tha...
Curios. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Curios. A coroner's jury at the inquest of a man killed while walking on a double-track railroad brought in a verdict of "Accidental di ath; deceased being cross-eyed, was unable to tell on which track_the train waa coming."— The Epoch. "Were you ever arrested before?" asked the prosecuting attorney of a colored defeudanl. " 'Deed 1 wusn't; not since I kin r'luembah. I's alwus kep' wu'kiu' fom niaunln' till night. It's wuff bein' locked up ter get rested er Utile."— Washington Critic. New Yorker—"Wbat fresh air you have out here. 'It's so much fn slier than in New York." Farmer—"Jess so. That's jest what I was saying to my old woman. Why ain't a'l these big cities built out in the country?"— Texas Si/tings. "Say, didn't you tell me when you told me that dog that he was a bird dog?" "Yes, that's what I said." "Well, yon swindled me. That dog won't hunt." "I didn't say he would hunt. He's a bird dog. Cook the birds for him. Thai's tho way he likes tbembest." — Newman Independent. Emin...
IMPOSSIBLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
IMPOSSIBLE. A little Philadelphia girl was walking with her father on the banks of the raging Schuylkill. "Oh, father." said she, "just see how dirty the water Is." "Yes," said her father, sadly. "If it were not for the inherent improbability of the thing, I should say that some anarchist had been taking a bath."— Somerville Journal.
INTERSTATE ARCHITECTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
INTERSTATE ARCHITECTURE. Archilect —"Have you any special features you want incorporated in the design for your mansion?" Mr. Moneybags—"H'm! not pertickler. Only I must have the two halls that I hear so much about nowadays." Archilect (Inquiringly)—" The two halls?" Mr. Moneybags—"Yes; the long hall and the short hall, donchcrknow." — Harper'i Buzar.
IT HAD GONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
IT HAD GONE. lie sat (ill the hanks of an Arkansas creek, when a traveller came along and saluted: "Good-day, mister. Wailing for a rise?" "That's just what I am waiting fo'," was the reply. "Got a flat-boat up stream?" "No, sir. I'm a government engineer. Congress has appropriated $48,000 to improve this river, and I'm wai ing for a rise so I can find the stream. How long since you saw anyluing of It?"— Wall Street News.
DOWN WITH MONOPOLY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
DOWN WITH MONOPOLY. "There's one thing I want to ask you, Mary," said a kind parent Ihe oilier day to his (laugh er, "and it is this: Is Freddie inclined to be economical * If he is not it is lielter for you lo break your engagement at once." "Economical, father?" replied the blushing young maiden ns she wound a pair of long sinewy aims about her dear papa's neck, "1 should say lie was. Why, Ihe Hi si tiling lie does every night when he calls is to turn down Ihe gas real low, because, he says, the monopolists charge such an outrageous price for it." And she looked up into l.er fuller's face with such an inn.icenl look lliat plainly said, "Isn't ho grand?" that the indulgent father bad not the heart lo say any tiling more.— Elmira Giurtte.
THE GAMIN'S ESTIMATE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
THE GAMIN'S ESTIMATE. .Some few days agon placard appeared in Ihe window of a large li aril ware store on Washington street, which bore upon ths snow-white surface in black letters, the legend, "Hoy wanted." In answer to this mil for help a veritable street irab went Into the store, and going up lo tho junior member of the linn said: "I came in to see about thai job." "Well," said Ihe proprlelor, looking the liltle ragamuffin over from head to foot, "you know we don't pay much hero, and besides that, if ynu come to work in a nice store like this, you would have to dreßS better." "Oh, yes, I know that," responded the gamin, "but how milch do yer pay?" "Two dollars a week," relumed Iho proprlelor. "Oh, I cnnldn't think of workin' for that," sahl the gamin, "for I can make more every week now." "Well," said ihe proprietor, "I did not think you could, but when I first went to work I got only 81.50 a week." The srah sized the speaker up from head to foot, and 1 licit giving his head a to...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength ami w I olefin men est. More economical than tbe ordinary kinds, aud cannot be *old in competition with I he nm 11 i i mle of low test, ihort weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold on/y in cans. Koyal Baking Powder Co.. 108 Wall St., N. Y. WORCESTER BROS., 23 «$ 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In and Manufacturers of FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. 1 a per cent, off List Trices. Shades and Draperies Made to Order. UPHOLSTERING AMI REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. The Best P ace In Cambridge to Boy Ice (Mi ami jufr.ora.ors ANDERSON'S, S3S MAIN BTRKKT. STEVENS'* EUREKA THE BEST IS THE MARKET. To»_A*..«««. t PRICK RKntJCEI) JXOIICO I IN CAMBRIDGE FOR CLEANING CARPETS To 3 CENTS per yard, Including Brussels, Tapestry, Woollen or Hemp, GEJRGE F. RICKER It CO Stkam Maciiink CaBI'KT Uliameks. Offices—6t3 Main Si reel, Canibrldgeport, next door to Post Office, and 27 Brattle Street, Cam bridge. Telephone 713(1. Februa...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Hale's Honey thagreat Coach care,86e.,600.8n (llenn'ssiulphurrsoap heals a beautlflos, 380. errmstiforn Rrmovrr kills Corns k Bunions Hlirs Hslr snd Whisker Dye—Block and Brown, 80s. Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 uinute.ato Dean's. Rheumatic Pills are % sure cure. 80a SE. SMITH, • IHtY UOOIIH St- lIKKNNM.tKINU. BUTTON HOI.l; AND BEAM 81 ITCIIINIi, Oonfectionery and Stationery of All Kinds. 105 NORTH AYE., CABIHKIDGK. MRS. M. J. COBURN, Sham'Dooin.z «end P ..sui SSIIHS~SIW»»S| RM(| havo lh() -, a. work dnno at TTzilT* W(]T&gt;lr yourh Four ****** ■■ *••■ •* teen yours' export, ence * lt.h the best families. 110 Windsor SI., ('Htiilirlilir«pnrt. J. It. Dams, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OP RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS KKOKIVK I'ltOMl'T ATTENTION. NO.IOTEMFLE PLAOB, BOSTON. SHOW CASES. KAKI.KV A HOPPMAN, 08 end 100 Ho.lliiirT Street, Ho.ton.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
pe&amp;utv &lt;Beco.u/*e of \y&gt; pours 6 edsy, tftuf/e curing fje&amp;lti 2 ) *°^ e 6 0 Pfef/o°j; o/ P wer)sh «Becc\u/*e it ij 9 HtflSpffi &amp;,r&gt;6 vi/i.ll Jo/ety it fto% tfxe/6°e &amp;nd Cut n*ulf 2vi»e liable &lt;*o &lt;Jo. ill li^l U J F , F i! : . U i:r. V y- Q i! X ' ? " OK ' WATCHI&gt;IAKEIRS ' D ° ')i&gt; FRENCH t AMERICAN CLOCKS, JEWELRY 8. EYEGLA^EjjJj|| REPA,RED 1N ™ E BE3T MANNE^Y^||i gv-a M nTWTnmf. ONLY «3 00 I'Kll liOZKM.—Not Club Pictures, bill KlrstUxiOXlll JCfl X 33 Class Photos, and warranted Equal In Finish and Artistic Lighting to any $7.00 pictures. All our former pitrons, and as many now ones as may patronize us, can depend upon perfoct satisfaction and iioll.e attention. ItrspHctfuily, A. M. OKNDKON, 13 Tremont Row, Bostou, next door to Massachusetts Boot ami Shoe Store. IMPERIAL OENTRIFICE. To mrilutatn the health of tbe Mouth, and prei»orv.- the frushnnm ami beauty ...
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Cambridge. Professor W. Lawrence is at Newport. Mr. Harry Hltlinger has gone to Europe. Mr. C. W. Sever is at Conanicut Island. Mr. P. A. Underwood is sick with cholera morbus. Dean G. Z. Gray and family are at Bar Harbor. Mr. John Amee is summering at Annisquam, Mass. Mr. T. N. Hastings and family are at Walpole, N. H. Miss Lucy Whipple of Nortou street is visiting Saratoga. Prof. Byerly is at tho Stanley House, North-west harbor, Me. Miss M. S. Whitney is at the Centennial House, Bethlehem, N. H. Mr. William Macdonald and family of 20 North avenue ar« at Magnolia. Mrs. L. A. Devens qf Oxford street is visiting her daughter at Auburn, N. Y. It is understood that the Old Cambridge Baptist Society is to purchase a parsonage. Mrs. O. Stewart is passing July and August at the Shirley House, Ocean Spray. Mr. Fred Paine of Winllirop street is receiving congratulations on the birth of a boy. Mrs. Baker and Miss Lane of Holmes place arc at Deerfield, Mass., for the summer. Mr. Samuel Longf...
Temperance Work in Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Temperance Work in Cambridge. The temperance meeting which have liee'ii held In (fraud Army Hall and on Old Cambridge Common on Sunday afternoons during last year havo been very sucicssfiil and full of Interest. The following list of speakers has kindly assisted lv the work: Key. H. W. Richardson, Key. M. Jdiiilh, Rev. A. J. Cordon, I). 1)., Prof. ■;. VV. Whitteniore, Key. Franklin Johnson. 1). 0., Uev. I). N. Beach. Uev. VV. 11. Marble Key. Dr. Ulddle, Uev. George A. Neodliam Key. Alexander McKcn/.lc, I). I)., Mr. J. Harvey of Huston, Uev. W. A. Thomas, I. 1).. ex-Mayor Hall, Prof. I.yon of Harvard College, Uev. A. E. White, Mr. Alison Stone, Dr. A. Kcene, Mr. W. A. Wilker, Sir. It. 11. Woodland, Sunday-school tuperinlenilent, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Frank llriggs, Key. A. A. Wright, dean of Cliatniqua School of Theology, Mr. A. 11. Whilford of the Y. M. 0. A., Mr. Ilitchcocl, Mr. Phelps, Uev. A. Pay, Uev. Mr. Ferguson, Uev. A. Gould, I). Dm Mr. A. Day, Kiv. 1,. 11. Hales, D, D.j Mr. Sha...
North Cambridge. Marriage of Truant Officer F. M. Mason. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
North Cambridge. Marriage of Truant Officer F. M. Mason. Mrs. L. A. Pratt Is at Holliston, Mass., for tbe summer. Mr. A. S. Temple will pass his vacation at Monument Beach. Mr. E. L. Bead of Arlington street is at Manchest.e"-by-the-Sea. Mr. R. Arey and family are summering at Centre Sandwich, N. H. Miss Lilian U. Seagrare is at Cot'age City, Martha's Vineyard. Mr. H. F. Peak has established an order office at J. H. Bent's hardware store. Mr. J. Walter Fewkes of Roseland street is at Newport, R. 1., for tbe summer. Mrs. E. S. Appleton of Roseland street is spending the summer at Needbam, Mass. Mr. A. E. Higglns, salesman in Quincy - Market, is spending his vacation on Cape Cod. Miss Lottie L. Higglns and Miss Abbie Hayward are visiting In East Orleans, Mass. Mrs. Arthur Howarth and family of 11 Rice street are at Beachmont for the summer. Hon. J. M. W. Hall and family will spend the remainder of the season at North Scituate, Mass. Mr. D. W. Rice injured his knee severely one day the...
Cambridgeport. Applied for a Writ of Mandamus. Resolutions of Respect. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
Cambridgeport. Applied for a Writ of Mandamus. Resolutions of Respect. Mrs. N. P. Hunter is at Strong, Me. Mrs. .1. 11. Itussrll Is at the Marlboro Hotel, Har Harbor. Mis. William 11. Martin Is seriously 111 at her home nil Prospect street. Sergeant Hatclielder has a daughter seriously sick willi brain fever. Miss Isadore J. Smart, of Austin street is visiting at her home in Pembroke, Me. Mrs. J. Maud Durrell Is visiting Miss Mamie dale at the Shirley, Ocean Spray. Mr. J. Warren While of 242 Broadway has moved Into his new cottage at Ilcaclimoi.l. Hon. 11. O. Houghton' and wife anil Miss E. 11. Houghton are at. North Conway, N. 11. Judge William 11. Ori'utt lias been seriously sick the past week with a kidney trouble. Mr. George X. Hagar will spend July and August at Campobcllo Island, New Branswick. Mr. 11. W. Whitney and family will remain at their cottage at, Ocean Spray until cold weather. Mrs. Could and family of Looko street are spending Ihe summer at their cottage al Wlnthrop...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 July 1887
HORACE S. BARTLETT. .Harvard Square, Cambridge REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE PBOPKKTT OHXY. NO BOSTON OFFICE. Have your property placed on my list Immedistely, at I am in a position to show and direct patrons to any place in the city. Buildluc Isate «or sale Id the most desirable location*. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOUSES TO LET rELEPHONE 7318. INSURE AGAINST ACCIDENTS BEFORE COINC ON YOUR VACATION. Policies -written for 1 month, 2 months or longer. . NO MEDICAL EXAMINATION. Full partlonlars and policies of W. JST. &amp; H. J. BTOEER, 655 Main Street, Cambridgeport. F. B. BARNES. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. WATCHES AND DIAMONDS, GOLD CHAINS, ETC. 402 Harvard St. FURNITURE. IpSfpKurnislied rrom kI (,ur factory direct J y Illustrated CatsI —J logue mailed free. PAINE'S Furniture Co., A a 8181181 CT Boutb Side Boston &amp; 48 CANAL SI. i Maine Depot. Importers, Wholesalers and Retailers. H. A. Hartley &amp; Co. CARPETS Draperies &amp; Shades. LOWELL SSX $1....