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The Pay of Some Editors. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Pay of Some Editors. Of the editors, Mr. Stone of tho Journal of Commerce Is paid 190,000. He is the president of the Associated Press—immensely wealthy, lives In Brooklyn, and has a mania for choice flowers and plants; Ills colled ion is worth over $250,000. Charles A. Dana, editor of the Sun, is paid 115,000 salary, but be Is also a large stockholder In the paper, and bis Income from this source Is quite |$ 100,000. Before the paper began to decline the sum was nearly $200,000. Whitelaw Held', chief owner of the Tribune, pays himself $12,000 yearly. lie has been very fortunate in speculation and Is said to be worth over $1,000,000. (His wife, a daughter of 1). O. Mills, has a fortune of half that sum iv her own name. Dr. George H. Hepworlh, who was at one time a great pulpit orator, now chief of the Herald staff, Is paid 113,000 yearly by .lames Gordon Bennett. Julius Chambers, the managing editor of the same paper, receives $10,000. Charles R. Miller, the real editor of the N...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
AGNES SURRIAQE. By EDWIN LABBETTER BIHHEB, 11,60. Tills 1. a work of ye species oalled romanes ; and treateth sagactousl y of ye long past day. of ye noble and much-lamented Rojal Governors of ye Massachusetts Bay Province, what time ye souldiem did march away to withstand ye Ffranch array before Lonlaburg, and ye many fair maids of Boston town did spinne flu on ye Common. She whose name ye booke doth beare, and whose strange and wonderful adventure. It doth set * forth, wa. a comely last of Marblehead, borne from her native rock. by a very gallant and debonair knight of England. Nor .hall we Indite further as to what befell these love-lorn people, for whoso doth take onto himself th. booke, these event, to determine and ascertain, .hall have great content. PENELOPE'S SUITORS. By EDWIN L4BBETTER BYNNER. 24n0. Quaintly bound In antique paper board, with strings. BO cents. Thl. captivating story of the old Colony day. in Massachusetts wa. originally published aerially, when It aroused...
pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
pencillings. Amusements for Next Week. Battl* o» OrrrT.airao, Ml Tremont etreetOpsn from 9A. U. to 11 P. M. dally, ezeept Sanday.. Boston Mi-sKim. Little Corinne, In "Arcadia" —Every evening aud Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.. HORTICULTURAL HALL, Boston. Munkacsj's great picture, "Christ Before Pllate"-10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Oakland Garden, Boston Highland.. Hrocolint Opera Company, In "The Mascot."
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
A few years ago, when the fathers of the present generation were half-grown men, the rapid transits of America could be counted upon the fingers with the t'-umbs left out. A trip to New York was * journey of days; to Chicago, of weeks; beyond, of months. Today the grumbling tourist travelling at windy speed, in a palace of a car, running so easily that he can drink his coffee or cut bis steak as he would at home, puts his feet up into tbe adjoining chair, kicks at the cushions, finds fault every time he can t see over an embankment, growls at the speed, and Is ready to sue the railroad if tbe tram doesn't keep up to the advertised rate of a mile In a minute and a half. And here Is one of the trains some folks will kick about—lt is the first limited in New England composed exclusively of Pullman cars. It runs to Portland with only one stop, at Exeter, making the run, 1151 miles, in three hours, and from Portland to Bar Harbor, 186 miles, in five hours and forty minutes. This is one o...
Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Important. When visiting Now Turk City, save Baggage, Express and Carriage Hire, and .top at the Grand Union Hotel, opposite Grand Central Depot. 600 Handsomely Furnlsh.d Room, at $1 and upward, per day. European plan. Elevator., and all Modern Conveniences. Restaurants supplied with the beet. Hone oar., Stage, and elevated rnilroads to all depots. You can live better for leas money at the Grand Union Hotel than any other flr.t-cl.s. hotel in the City.
for the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
for the Ladies. Gauze ribbons are (till the prettiest possible trimming for tbe white lace bonnets so stylish this .eason. A sash bridle is stylish on either white or colored costumes and takes the place of a sash In finishing a costume. Among tbe newest ornaments for tbe hair are large butterflies and dragon flies made of feathers, and so true to nature are they that their delicately-pencilled wings are strewn over with velvety dust. The newest ribbons are double-sided, having a different color on each side, and retaining' the ploot edge. The color combinations are exquisite, and charming bows and rosettes are made from them. Beautiful crystal spangled net Is seen on some evening costumes for the seaside or mountain gaieties. The crystal la In drops or woven In delicate figures, and, as tbe light strikes it, has the effect of dew drops. The&gt;itig fichus in scarf I form are half a yard wide and tie in front In a simple knot. If they are of muslin they are edged with frllll...
The Queen's Jubilee. AT ROCKBEARE MANOR, ENGLAND. Interesting Description of a Country Festival by Mrs. Thomas P. James. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
The Queen's Jubilee. AT ROCKBEARE MANOR, ENGLAND. Interesting Description of a Country Festival by Mrs. Thomas P. James. Editor Cambridge Tribune: Your readers will no doubt see many accounts of the Queen's Jubilee in London, but American papers will have little to say about the manner in which the day was celebrated in the remote villages and hamlets of England. I think, therefore, I need make no apology to my former fellow-townsmen, for sending to The Tribune tbe following brief sketch of tbe festival held at Rockbeare Manor In the beautiful county of Devon, where I now live. Our'parlsh of Rockbeare, seven miles from Exeter, like most of those In this agricultural district, Is a scattered one, with a population of between four and five hundred. The gray ivy-mantled tower of the church keeps watch and ward over a cluster of thatched cottages. Rockbeare Court, the only other gentleman's place in the parish, is separated from the church-yard by a laurel hedge. More than a mile from t...
How to Live Cheaply. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
How to Live Cheaply. To measure the price of life, says Edward Atkinson, the eminent writer on economical subjects, let us suppose that a single man in the city of Boston puts the question to himself: "At what price can I live independently by myself in a small room, or chumming with a companion in a better room?" Tbe answer is that (200 a year is tbe price of a very comfortable subsistence. If he can earn $2UO for eight or six hours a day's work lie will also live at a low cost, and enjoy a large modicum of leisure. If tho man is really poor, or if he desires to save a large part of his earnings, the price of his life in money may even be reduced to $150 a year. But he must be a very intelligent man who can live comfortably on that sum. He must be rather more capable than the average man. It takes a great deal of Intelligence to get the most comfort for the least cost. How is it to be done? First—Shelter. Two young men can find a decent room In one of the several parts of Boston, t...
How a New York Family is Occupied. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
How a New York Family is Occupied. "Oh don't he afraid of listeners. Enimi line nnil Elaine have gone to a sewlng-clasi Vory dreadful of them, isn't it, eonxidcrini But they would go, and I only hope the isn't the least hit of a german afterwan The Schenccladys, who chaperoued thee voh oil it was to be nothing but tea ar conversation . . Dleeekers playing car at tho club, 1 suppose, ne usually Is, this hour—lf he Isn't doing worse. And for young Aspinwall—well, he's got l) latch-key at last, after lighting his fath about It all winter, and I don't know whe Ac Is; I dare say lie's smoking cigarettes the cafe at Deimonloo'i, Instead of studyli for his next Columbia examination, whii takes place In a month. . . l'oyster, tl dear stupid boy, and Lulu, the strange litt vixen, aro both asleep In bed. Lulu danci herself almost sick this afternoon at child's affair the Stuyvesant Smiths gay she begged so hard that I let her go; f how can a child like that be expected to fe sad about the dea...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
POWDER Absolutely Pure. This powder never varies. A marvel of purity, strength and wholesonienes*. More economical than the ordinary kinds, and cannot be told In competition with the multitude of low test, short weight alum or phosphate powders. Sold only in can*. Koyai. Baking Powder Co., 106 Wall St., N. T. WORCESTER BROS., 23 &amp; 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In aud Manufacturers of FURNITURE Eddy's Refrigerators. 15 per cent, off Ll.t Price.. Shades and Draperies Hade to Order. UPHOLSTERING ANII KKPAIKING PROMPTLY DONE. The Bust P ace in Cambridge to Bny Ice Chests id Refriprators ANDERSON'S, SSo MAIN BTKKKT. STKVKNS'S KURKKA THK BEST IN THK MAKKKT. "■aT —A J _._. t PRICE HEnUCED JMOTICO I IN CAMBRIDGE FOR CLEANING CARPEtS To S CENTS per yard, including Bruseel., Tape., try. Woollen or Hemp, GEORGE F. RICKER &amp;L CO. BTKAM Mac iii.sk Cawkt Cleaheks. Offices—6l3 Main Street, Cambridgeport, next door to Pot Office, and 27 Brattle street, Cam bridge. Teleph...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Hale's Honey the gnat Cough cure. J6e..Soo.*H Cilenn'.Hulphursioap heal, a beautifies,ato, taermanCornßemover xllin Corn, a Bunion. HUT. Hair ana Whils.r Dje-m »rx and Brown, 60a. Pike's Toothache Drop* cure In 1 Mlnute.aso Dean's Bbc umatlc Pills are a sure ear*. 60a NOTICE. Button Holes, Plain Sewing and Millinery promptly done at home. MRS. PORTER, 14 Cog*well Avenue, North Cambridge. SE. SMITH, • DfcT (10(1118 A DKKNHMAKINIi. BUTTON HOLE AND SEAM BTITOHINO. Confectionery and Stationery of All Kinds. 195 NOIITH AYE., CAMHKIDQK. MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing *?"* p°«yi w and havo the __ _ _ work done at Hfllp WOVH your house. Four mml wwmftamt teen year.'.xperi. enoe with the oost families. 110 Wlminor At., Cambrlrlfreport. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Starring will be made a specialty of. B. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. H. Damk, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPOKTEK OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. M...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
F. B.JARNES. Fine Watch Repairing a Specialty. DEALER IN WATCHES AND DIAMONDS, GOLD CHAINS, ETC. 4Q2 Harvard St. Storage for Furniture. Hart nit leased and fitted op a storehouse for the storage of furniture, etc., we are prepared to reoelre orders at our place of business, MO. 159 HARVARD STREET. We make a specialty of Morlng Furniture, and also make a business of General Ei pressing. OUR EARLY KXI'ItKSS Leavea Cambridge to connect with early trains and steamers from Boston. Orders to Insure prompt connection should be left the day previous at our office. Satisfaction guaranteed and prices reasonable. MESSER BROS., No. ISO Harvard Street. Between Windsor and Clark Streets. FITCHBURG RAILROAD. HOOSAC TUNNEL ROUTE. On and Altar May 16, 1887, TKAINH LEAVE BOSTON PASSENGER HTATIoy, CAUSEWAY STUEET, FOB CAMBRIDGE—6.OS, 6.30, 6.68. 7.20, V.40, 8.33, 9.30,10 30,11.10 A.M.; 12 M.l 12.07, 12.30, 1.38,2.18, 2.28, 3.10, 3.13, 4, 4.40, 6, 8.10, 8.33, 8 40, 6.03, 6.13, 6.26, 6.40. 7.15, 7.30, 8...
ON YOUR VACATION [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
ON YOUR VACATION YOU will enjoy a weekly visit from The Cambridge Tribune even more heartily than when at home. It contains all the Cambridge news, with plenty of light and attractive summer reading. No letter from home can be half so full of information about things you want to know. The Tribune will be sent from our countingroom to any addreiß in the United States — and with the address changed as many times as desired—for five cents a week.
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 July 1887
Cambridge. Mr. 11. O. Bright and family are at Poland Springs, Me. Mr. 0. M. Trumbull is at the Pavilion, Wolfboro, N. H. Mr. J* Edward Mullen Is spending the summer at Hull. Mr. William Brewster is at his summer home in Concord. Prof. J. J. Hayes is at the Ocean View House, Pigeon Cove. Officers Mcßriile an I Smythe of station 1 are on their vacations. Mr. Charles Eustis Hubbard is at his residence at Beverly Farms. Mr. E, G. Eastman Is stopping at "Lovett's," Hampton Beach. Mrs. J. R. Bradford aud Miss Edith Bradford are at Bar Harbor. Mr. Alexander Mlllan is making a short visit with his friends In Canada. Mr. William H. Porry and wife are spending a few weeks at Brldgton, Me. Mr. S. A. Eliot Is at Hotel Sippicon, Marlon-by-the-Sea, for the summer. Many Cambridge people have attended the races at Mystic Park this week. Mr. Gardiner G. Hubbard is at his|residence on Brattle street for a short stay. Hon. Charles Theodore Russell and wife are at the West End Hotel, Bar Harbor. Mrs. ...