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for the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

for the Ladies. Russian cross stitch is a very stylish trimming for the cotton fabrics. Collars and cuffs of velvet are seen on all sorts of thin fabrics, even mulls. Basques aft still made with vests of con-. trusting goods and short postilion backs. Tan shades in gloves are no longer so fashionable as grays and the new pearl shades. Russet shades will be used for stieet wear and already vie with the stylish biscuit shades. The new satines closely resemble foulard and India silk. They are covered with Oriental figures, blocks, bars or stripes. Mantles, with sling sleeves, made short and completed by a hood, are popular and are made iv all materials and to complete suits. v ft Himalaya cloth is so soft and pliable that it is very much used for morning gowns and wrappers. It is in the soft and uatural wool shades. The lovely English and China crepes, In delicate .shades of pearl, primrose yellow, chartreuse green aud turquoise blue, are again aspirants for popular favor. ihe noveltie...

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A RAILWAY JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

A RAILWAY JOURNEY. "Yes," said Mrs. Bob Sabretasche, '.'I admlt it; I do pride myself on being a judge of character. No, I am not clever—l never pretend it for a moment; and I detest bluestockings—their clothes never fit like any one else's, and they are ale/ays so dictatorial and disagreeable. No, 1 don't pretend to be clever in any way. I'm a wretched manager, and whatever I should do without Jinks and his wife I don't like to think; but character I am a judge of—an unfailing judge. I never make mistakes. I can tell you. a man's profession the very moment I look at him. No, It's not cleverness. I don't pretend tt for a moment. It is a gift—the only gift I have." "And you never make, mistakes, Mrs. Bob?" some oue asked. ''Oh, never. Take my marriage, for instance ; I actually ran away to Bob, and asked him to marry nftei.' "I bee your pardon, Lily," said Bob; "you did nothing of tbe kind—nothing half so business-like." "Well, not in words, perhaps, dear," she admitted, "but in real...

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"Their Speech Betrayeth Them." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

" Their Speech Betrayeth Them." A correspondent who signs A. E. 1., of Castlne, Mo., has written to The Critic to expostulate against the dialect accepted as pure "Yankee" by admirers of "The Blglow Papers," "Elsie Venner," and, Mrs. Stowe'i rustics. This correspondent avers that in much New England travel ho never heard any dialect even, remotely approaching It, adding t.'uat the English of the State of Maine is the purest in all the United States. With the latter assertion there need be no groat quarrel. With the first, however, A. 7.. 1. is widely at sea. . , , Castine, Me., is ft tery small place from whence to hear criticism of New England dialect, but it happens that titH Only does A. E. I. hall from there, but that (rrere.alsn was born the writer of these lines. vivM memory exists to th is day of mature Itrtiggles to correct habits of pronunciation/ acquired In that Stale where the English is the purest In America. Il was long, wearily, long, before the effort ceased to say "...

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Enterprise in Business. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Enterprise in Business. At no time in the history of the' world has the spirit of enterprise been so Indispensable an element in business as at the present day. The times when a man could jp-t rich by plodding on, without enterprise and without taxing hia bralna, have gone by. Mere industry and economy are not enough In modern times; there must be Intelligence and original thought. Every avenue of business is crowded, and as soon as il becomes known that one man has made a success by one method there are scores of eager aspirants ready to Irylhe successful plan. Tne business man using those tactlca sanctioned by usage almost Invariably invites defeat, aud it is not long before he ascertains thsV important fact that one, in order to succeed! Ip these times of originality and fierce competition In every circle, must keep abreast of the times, and, If possible, ahead of them. All professions and callings are each day receiving new additions to tbelr ranks of men bold in Idea and keen I...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

MIBB LILLIAN BULLOCK, VIOLIN TEACHER, 101 Harvard Sit , Cambridge MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, Teacher of Piano, No. 613 Main Street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. CALIXA LAVALLEE, Formerly of the Con-terra-ory of Part*, has re-fumed Instruction on the Piano. Harmony and Cotnpoaltlon, tn claetet or private le-Moni, at the Miller Hall, 156 Tremont 81., Boston. Application! may be made at Henry P. Mlller'i, 011 Washington St., or at tbe Petenllea Academy of Muttc, ARTISTS' MATERIALS V * Of E-erj Description. WADSWORTH, ROWLAND & CO., 82 * 84 Washington St., 0iu»,,i,.r.„. boston. KHABE Grand, Square and Upxi^t, AUD . UPRIGHT PIANOS. E. W. TYLER, 178 Tremont St., Boston, SOI.K AOKNT. CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY, SOOICN BTKKKT, - CAM BRIDGEPORT People »»r linen there tut. longer than a Hams. Mall postal for dally wagon, and thus bars a modern laundry pri.otlc.lly it your own door, maklni washing day unnecessary. P. O'BRIEN & 80N, FLORISTS 820 Main Street. RotM, Rom Bonqnets, Flowering and Orna m...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Hale'a Honey the treat Conch rure.SSc.SOe.a'tt tlrnn .NulphurMoap hpnia h beeutlflee.Ma tlernianCom Remover kin. corns * D unions HitTi Hair md Whllker D r t-Hlii''i nni Ilrnwn.tOo. Pike's Toothache Drop* euro In l Minute.,3so Dean'a Hliriimatlr Pllla axe e euro cere, 60a Ladies' Fancy Ooods, General Dry Goodl, and all kind* of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 833 Main Street. FURS! FURS! Ladles leaving of? their far garment* can have Ui'-m repaired much cheaper ami better now than hi tbe busy itMon. MRS. M. LARNER, 52 Prospect Street, Cambridgeport ,1. R. Dami, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTBI. OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS RKCKIVK PROMPT ATTENTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, BOSTON. MOTHERS Who wish their boy« fitted with the b«at and finest CLOTHING At mod**rat*« prices, will And satlafactlon at the ehftmbera of a 0. MOULTON tt CO., 592 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. Fisik CLOTntsm or the I.ATFST ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Park Riding ACADEMY, COKNKR Newbury Street & West Chester Park, Boston. School Opens September 15th, 1886. Horses Carefully Trained to the Saddle for Ladles and Gentlemen. Saddle Horses to Let by the Month or Season. Private Horses Boarded at $7 per week, Including use of Hiding School. All Sack Bait <'art Pan tht Door. For further Information addreis W. A. McQIBBON, Manager and Instructor. DR. georgeXraywond, <■ DENTISTRY IN ALL ITS DHANCHKB. I'arlors. 1.?1B .North Avenue. Office hoars, from 8.30 \. M. to 12 M. and from 1 to SP. M. At Lexington Wednesday*. LOOSENED TEETH Trented and Tightened by W. J. CURRIER, D. D. S., BT3 Columbus Avenue, - - Boston, GKNKKAL DENTISTRY. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Cocoa. BREAKFAST. ''Hy a thoroniih knowledge «-* the natural lawi which unTcrn the operation* of dlgefllun aud nutrition, md by a careful appllc ttlnn of tlid fine prop* tjrti«w of we'll-Peh'ctotl Cocoa, Mr. Kpps bft* prorlded our breakfast tables with a...

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Cambridge. Mrs. Moouey of Cusblng street is recovering from her Berious illness. Mr. C. P. Cranch and family have gone to New York for a few weeks. Mr. Charles E. Maynard, the humorist, appeared.?!) Thursday at Grotoh. Mr. and Mrs. Archibald Howe and Miss Sarah Ilowe are to pass some weeks of this spring In Florida. A vocal, musical and literal y concert will be given at the Mount Auburn Chapel for the benefit of the chapel on Monday evening. Mr. A. A. Waterman, manager of the Harvard Co-operative Association, who is suffering from ill ltealth, has gone to Washington for a short stay. The much-talked-of and long-delayed old folk's concert at the Mount Auburn Chapel will take place the last week In March or the first week In April. • William Connell, for causing a dlsturbince In Harvard square last week Friday, during the labor parade, was fined $20 and costs In the District Court Wednesday morning. The marriage of Mr. F. H. Leavltt, of the firm of Leavltt A Pierce, and Miss Nellie F...

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Roll of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Roll of Honor. A copy of the following document, neatly framed, bearing the autograph signatures of the directors of the Cambridge lt-iilro.nl Company, will be handed to each person named, together with a sum of money: (IKI-'K X or GAHIIRIIKIR l( Al I.IIOA ll COMPANY, I IIAKVAIHI SIII'AHK. I'AMIIIIIIIOt.. March 7th, 1857.) To Klmnr 11. I.Hlleflelri, Thomas W. Rvne nils, Alio, I Rente, aeurgo X. Tripp, Allan X. s. , Harry 1.. I.lhhy, Oenrae W. Atwater, Ur-oritn F. Klr.ker, Fernando Miles, Charles ft, Haiihorn, l.aati llhvkman. Frank Heriing, Charles T. Kcabury. Henry A. Miner, (Iconic It. Hstl", Victor M. Halt, uharlea I-:. Clark, Hlinon Knights. .Mm P. Dwyer, Crank W. Power, Charlaa C. Kid.-it, Frank X. Rli.w, A.a vv Flanders, (Irorge Mate., Nathaniel Munnie, Charles X. Iladcock. William I). Bennett, Crank Startavant, Knurl, Bartlett, Martin V. Powers, Richard M. Orr, John Horvan, Oeorge A. Cole. Thomas Lelghton, Smiley Otto., John Leary, George W. Kant, Brian MoY.ann, Henry Jamas. ...

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North Cambridge Another Incendiary Fire. A Quiet but Notable Wedding. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

North Cambridge Another Incendiary Fire. A Quiet but Notable Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Soule started on their homeward trip from California on Wednesday. The 127 th meeting of the Cambridge Entomological Club was held at 01 Sacramento street yesterday at 7.40 P. M. In the District Court, Friday, the case of John.Murphy for assaulting a horse-car driver, was again continued until today. Mr. Andrew Jones of East Cambridge has commenced on the cellar of a new house on Orchard street, next to Mr. J. W. Hunnewel I's residence. The credit for discovering the Are in Low's tannery, last week Friday morning, should have been given to Officer Roper, who also rang the alarm. Mr. James X. Farwell, superintendent of the Cambridge Cemetery, who has for a long time been a gpeat sufferer from has resumed which for) a time past have had to be suspended. Mr. Edwin A. Start has severed active connection with tbe Franklin (Mass.) Sentinel to assume a position on the night desk of the Rutland (Vt.) He...

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Cambridgeport. City Hall Notes. Sergeant William Mullett. Important. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

Cambridgeport. City Hall Notes. Sergeant William Mullett. Important. Rev. W. 11. Thomas was in New York this week. Mr. W. B. Taylor of 55 Essex street is seriously ill. Captain Twist returned to' bis old post at station 2 Monday night. Mr. Francis Cogswell, superintendent of schools, Is Improving in health. The venerable Mr. Amos Munroe of Auburn street has lately been seriously ill, but Is Improving. The Band of Hope of the Broadway Baptist Church held a meeting last night for the election of officers. A. F. Anezln was fined $50 antl costs by Judge Bacon of the Superior Court on Tuesday for Illegal liquor selling. There is now on exhibition in the galleiy of the Boston Art Club a fine portrait of Frau Stciniger-Clark of Cambridge. On March 20, Rev. J. D. Pickles of the Common-street Church, Lynn, will preach at the Harvard-street M. E. Church. Box 3(1 at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning was rung in by a slight fire In the blacksmith shop of Morrill A Allen on Main street. A week from tomo...

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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

East Cambridge. Police Officer Amos Jones has been sick for the past week and his place on the police wagon has been taken by Officer Scobey. A- vesper service will be held at the Universalist Church tomorrow evening. Rev. C. X. Rice will preach on "Amusements." Miss Mary Stone has been chosen treasurer of the East Cambridge Five Cent Savings Bank in place of Samuel Slocutn, deceased. The Y. P. M. A. of the Universalist Church will meet next Wednesday evening evening at the house of Mrs. Mason, 107 Prospect street. *•• ttitTDistrtct Court Tuesday morning, t.... jk Smith was fined $20 and costs for sing language which lie ought not to towards Cambridge railroad employe's. In the Middlesex Probate Court on Tuesday the will of Patrick Cleary was presented and letters of administration were granted on the estate of Cora D. Kendall and Francisco J. Silva. On Thursday, evening a progressive euchre party was given at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Llbbey of Otis street. The first prizes wer...

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West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

West Somerville. The Welcome Club is arranging to give ais operetta iv Clarendon Hall about the 251b. of this month. There will be services al the Universalist Church by Prof. Shipmau of Tufts College at seven o'clock tomorrow evening. .A regular meeting of the- Welcome Club will be held on Monday evening at the veslry of the Universalist Church al 7.45 o'clock. A congregation filling Ihe West Somerville Baptist Church was richly 'entertained and profited, last week Wednesday evening, by a lecture illustrated by beautiful stereopticon views, given by Rev. C. T. Douglass of Reading. The subject was "The Story of the Gospel, simply (old." Baptisms have occurred in (he church the nasi three Sundays, making fifteen since the (beginning of the year, nearly all of whom are adults. Still the good work goes on. The ladies' circle of the Universalist Church gave a rose supper and entertainment in their vestry last Tuesday evening, which was very successful. Lovely roses were every where, eve...

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D. J. Wild & Co. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

D. J. Wild & Co. V»!|.«srs. I>. ,1. Will * »'c have removed to 2T Brattle street. The new "tore l« centrally located for tlin best trade am l '• ''t ■" and cemmodlons. Stoves, ranges, tin-"""' '""' kltehm furnishing ii is iif the bc-l makes Kill be offered at the Finest price-, tin m Hie and biaaS and dipper Work will he made.a eierlalty of. Tbe linn's con stanlly lucre i.h X biislmoa Biadeila ckango of location llecvsmry' i

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

on Monday, h ok out tot tbs llluatratad taialogM issued by Temple, proprietor of tbs nurseries 'at i lie cur in- r ii I XI rk ian d and Baaoon aWeeia.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

HORACE S. BARTLETT, Harvard Square, Cambridge, REAL ESTATE AGENT. CAMBRIDGE FKOPKKTY OHXT. WO BOSTON OFFICE. Have your property placed on mv list Immediately, «/Mls <•»»••««>"■ <• «*<« and iirtet P** n »* to mi place i*tkt city. Building; tote for sale In the moat desirable location.. HOUSES FOR SALE. HOU6EB TO LET. TELEPHONE 7318. TO ALL WHOSE VISION IS IMPAIRED. i^g DRS. EMERY & CHAPMAN, TS?I / OPTICIANS, Of Boston, have opened the store at 507 Main St, Cambridgeport, And are prepared to adjust In the most Scientific Manner, Lense. of every radius, Concave, Convex, Pealeeoptc, Cylindrical, Caaraot, Clerical and Double Vision Spectacles. Consultation and Examination of tbe Eye, Free. / a j> ELEGANT jHHffl Furniture wAuilllllllll (ffrnmßQ. or T,,E FINEST WOKKMANSHIP, at Very Reasonable Frloessod Extent g— Amgfi 1 has no competition in i,|WnriaJl»l OATALOOnEoongravingi nailed free. PAINE'S FURNITURE CO. s Salesrooms a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THIS Lady seems to be crowding the season. tR X She takes The Tribune, and read last week our (KSfik announcement of special bargains in furniture and carpets, to be obtained by coming now. Hence her prompt appearance in summer garb, to take Kxk advantage of the opportunity to buy a parlor carpet, a couple of rugs for the hall, a new oak dining table, and, some remnants of Brussels and moquette carpet tor place in front of her children's beds. The horse-cars are all right now, and Cambridge c *.' FyMPik ladies will find ll worth while to come promptly. C 'U Our fresh spring goods, of the latest patterns, are very attract ' ve anc * Etching. Ten per cent, is worth saving. You can save it by coming now. *y~■-' A And you get the advantage, Besides, ot early selections when the store is not so crowded with buyers as it will be later. Walbridge Bros., FURNITURE and CARPETS, / 23 Washington St., Boston.

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THE ALDERMEN. NEW PETITION FROM THE MEIGS ELEVATED ROAD. Strong Petition for an Increase of Pay for the Police. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 12 March 1887

THE ALDERMEN. NEW PETITION FROM THE MEIGS ELEVATED ROAD. Strong Petition for an Increase of Pay for the Police. A regular meeting of the aldermen was held Wednesday evening, a full board being present. .-- The mayor gavo notice that Jeremiah McCarty, C. C. Mars ton and George Bmyth had served as police officers their probationary period of six months and were ready for permanent appointment. The matter was referred to the committee on police. An ordinance In amendment of an ordinance previously passed by the board,|flxlng the date at which the tax warrant shall be placed in the hands of the city treasurer as August 20, came from the common council amended August 15. The board non-con-curred and the ordinance was sent down. Later it came back with a request for a committee of conference, On Ihe part of. the board of aldermeu, Messrs. Ball and Hutchlns were appointed, and by the council, Messrs. Softwell, Sanger and Haines. The Cambridge Electric Light Company was given permission to ...

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