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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
"Ruddygorc" „ fairly booming at the Globe Theatre, ami promises to continue to boom so long as Mr. Stetson sees fit to keep it upon tlie stage. Like nil of (Jilbert and Sullivan's productions, it deserves all the success it is likely to receive, and it enjoys that notable' distinction which marks all of their works—of being perfectly refined and clean in every particular. Miss Fanny Davenport closes her Park Theatre engagement by appearing In "The Lady of Lyons,' 1 this afternoon, and in "fedora," this evening. It is quite probable that Miss Davenport will never again ho seen in her most famous character— that of Fedora—in Boston, Tho en gagement just closing has been one of marks- success, and has attracted large audiences of notable intelligence. Mr. Abbey announce* till' farewell appcaranee, in Huston, of Mill". Adolina Patti, in grand Italian nppra, fur two performalizes only, at tho Huston Theatre, Thursday evening ami Saturday afternoon, Mine. I'atti (fill appear irr conjuncti...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
"Of earthly tronila, I ho beat I. a g ~.| wife: A bail, tbe blttcre.t curse of eanhly ||f&gt;," How many wives who loilay are almost distracted because of I heir many » linonts, all lending to make home unhappy, would become Ihe belt of all earthly goods If they got rid of their trouble* by using Dr. Pierces ''Favorite Prescription," which ii an unfailing remedy for those diseases and weaknesses which afflict th" female sex. Send ten cents in stamp, for Dr. Pierces complete treatise on iheae diseases, Illustrated by numerous wood-cuts and colored plates. Address, World's Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
For the Ladies. Striped moire sashes are very stylish and in themselves are very beautiful. Link sleeve-buttons are worn almost exclusively by the ultra-fashionable. The lily-of-the-valley is this season more beautifully counterfeited than ever before and makes a most charming posy. Vests of linen duck are very stylish for wear with any woollen costume for spring. White pearl or porcelain round ball buttons are stylish in such vests. Cheviot costumes, which are so stylish and durable for every-day wear and for travelling, have a pretty little capote 'sonnet made of the dress material. Shirred and belted round waists, similar to those in vogue a generation ago, are a feature of many costumes of thin material. They a/c fuller than the old-time waists, however. Very low-cut shoes are once more favored for evening dress, and they may be black or match the dress in color. High stiff bows, edged with beads, are placed at the upper edge of the front part. The silk jersey is a very servicea...
At Messrs. Springer Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
At Messrs. Springer Brothers. With the festivities of Easter-tide come In the spring opening- of ladies' garments. The winter apparel maybe worn a little while longer In our capricious climite. but the wearer Is only too glad to l»y It aside for something new. Knowing thla, the largr. roauufaotarlng nousei and the dry gooda stored always huve theirseasouable goods displayed for the Inspection of thrir patroua In time for tbelr Batter seleotionil. Ttielartte and varied stouk of outer garments si,own at Messrs. Springer Brothers tins year, indicate a remarkable depatture, In respects, from the qulei.and conventional styles of the pHBt fnw years. A notable feature of ibis se;ihoii's fashions is an increase In luicl.t goods and fancy destgus. Of course tha quieter modes prevail out one may wear fancy goods If one chooses. This was the imprest-ion which one took awtiy after an Inspection «&gt;f the bnudsome asscrlmout in the above ilrmV spring display, Tho cloak departineut is no...
Advice About Plants. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Advice About Plants. Mr. Bock, tbe florlat, aaya that now la tbe time to set out panitdl and hybrid perpetual rosea. Frost or snow will not hurt them. Many people belle? e that panslea thoultl not tin set out with foliage plants, but that Is a mistake. They will do Juat aa well and better If put out aa eaily aa this. Pamlei require a moist, shady location and good rich soli. H)brld toses d&gt;&gt; beat in fresh loom, with not too much fertiliser on tbe roots, (live a good top dressing now and then. May Ist Is time to set out geraniums; foliage plants not till June 1. Savena la aold by all grocera.
North Cambridge Relief Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
North Cambridge Relief Society. The North Cambridge Relief Society held its first annual meeting at tbe vestry of tbe Unlversalist Church, last week Wednesday .[evening. The presidei t, Dr. X. A. Carpenter, presided aod opened tbe meeting with a brief explanation of toe objects and ain.H of the society and gave an outlive of tbe work undertaken by tbe Associated Charities. He said that about $300 a year could bo wisely expended iv relieving tho worthy poor of thla.ward. He urged the necessity of a personal examination into all cases of poverty known to individuals, but should such a coon-e be especially incouv nient, a simpler method, viz., that of reporting tbe case to the Ward Five Conference ot Associated Charities, would res'ilt In a careful Investigation by a competent person, and aa president he would pledge prompt and sufficient relief. Tbe president then Introduced the speaker ot th* * evening, Father Osborn of Boston, wbo began bis audres by giving the true definition of ch...
Dinner of the B. T. Debating Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Dinner of the B. T. Debating Club. The B. T. Debating Club of this city held Its second annual dinner at Young's Hotel, Thursday evening, April 11. After an opening address by the president, Mr. C. W. Spencer, the party sat dowu to partake of a menu as follows: Bluepolnts on Deep Shell, sot'p. Mock Turtle, Consomme a la Royale. FISH. Shad, with Roeau Maitre dr Hotel. BBMOVsM, Spring Lamb, Mint Sauce, Fillet of Beef aux Champignous. ENTREES. Cutlets of Lobster au Cardinal, Croquettes of Chicken aux Petite Pols, Oyster Patties a la K'ine, Banana Fritters, Glace Klrtch. HKI.KVK, Orange Ice. GAME. Cape Brant, English Snipe. SWKKTS. Omelette SoutHe. Charlotte Ruase, Madeira Jelly, Strawberry Shortcake, Biscuit Glace. DF6BERT. Oranges, Bananas, Applet, Strawberries, Ice Cream, Sherbet, 'Coffee. During tbe dinner, the president, in his capacity as toast-master, Introduced the following gentlemen, who re-ponded to rarloul toasts: Mr. Hall, "Tho Ladles;" Mr. Brown, "Initiation;" Mr. Drew, "C...
TRIBUTE TO ANSON J. STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
TRIBUTE TO ANSON J. STONE. Dear father, friend mid brother, Thine earthly course ia run. And, in faithfulness ascended, Has thy heavenly life begun. The Matter*! work of loving deeds, Was o'er ihy highest joy; For Him, thy powers were gladly spent In ever-blest employ. Friend of the slave, of woman, Of temperance, and of peace. Never In any righteous cause Did active effort cease. We shall miss thy genial presence, ' And thy bland, benignant smile, As we still pursue our journey In this lower apheraawhlle. But we'll follow thy eiample Of fidelity and lore, Till wo roach the opening portals Of the glorious home above. M. F. a. CAM-RinORPORT, April 8, IHB7.
Massachusetts Emergency and Hygiene Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Massachusetts Emergency and Hygiene Association. The annual meeting of tbe Masaachuaetta Emergency ami Hygiene Aasoclallon waa held on Tlmi atlay evening at tbe boua. of Mra. Kate Gannett WelW, 1M Bovtaton atreet, lloaton. The report! allowed that the work of thla oxuellontVeiioioty It eon.tinit ly 6elng extenilert, arirl that very aubatantlal reaiilte have followed from what haa already been done. Mor. tban forty courere of lectures bare been given In Boston during tbe winter, while large branob ..nidation, have been formed at WorceaUtr snd l.ynn. Private and publlo eouraaa of omorgenoy loot urea have bf en liven In a number of town., and It la hoped to extend very greatly this iM'io'lli'lal organisation during the oornlng year.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
You are cordially invited to Inspect the FINEST and MOST EXTENSIVE line of CHOICE FURNITURE In this country. PAINE'S FURNITURE CO. Balasrooms at Factory, 48 CANAL ST., WORCESTER BROS., 23 6 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers In and Manufacturer, of FURNITURE CARPETS. We have received tbe fall doaigna of Brussels, Tapestry snd Wool Oahfrts. EASY CHAIRS, ALSO Bum DESKS, CHIFFONIERS, LOUHOEB, PARLOR, CHAMBER AND,DINING BOOH FURNITURE. SHADES AND DRAPERIES MADK TO OKIIKH. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE, A. Anderson. iikalk " « M witomo»p p UPn iturO, Oil Clntha, Carpeta, etc. Crockery, Giant ware anil Kitchen Furniture. l-'iiniitur-i Houiiut, Sold anil Exolmngeil. CO_ MAIN HTKEtKT, CamuriflKeport. 0U 0 Iteualrinit neatly and promptly executed. DAVID THOMSON, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Uplrolatorlnej and reupholaterlng furniture, putting up drapery ami window abaile., cutting looae covera. Carpet work a aneclalty. Caruela lakeu np, cleaned, fitted...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Hale', nonev the great Cough cure,2So.,Boo.*tl -lenn'a Sulphur Soap heala a beautinoe, __ derma—Corn Remover kill* Coma a Bunion* Hill'a Hair and Whiik.r Dye—Black and Drown,6oa Pike'*Toolhaehe Drop* cure In 1 aiinute.juo Oean'a Ktar uiir.tlc Pill* are a aure cure. 60a MRS. M. J. COBURN, Shampooing ,«..?-_. ——. . _ »ork done at Hair Work R r |sMB ence v, lt.h the boat families. 110 Windsor at., Cambrldfreport. Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, (Formerly with Miss I). L. Capen of Huston,) 40 Austin Street, Cambridgeport. Mlsa Klltner gives each depMrtment of her business her personal attention, and, having bad large eiperifiu't l , she can guirantee perfect fitting and Jlrat eta** Jiniik at rtaMonnble prictt. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Goods, and all kinds of Small Ware. A first-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. it. DA&gt;B,Btteo*Mor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPOHTEK OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
A SPRINGER BROTHERS. ___. * ' ■ ♦ ♦ ' f*yk Fashionable Cloaks. Choice Novelties in Ladies' Jackets, Wrap?, Capes, etc., for jdlfe| SPRIN6 and summer wear, b_ H I" latest shape* aad newest fabrics, can now be teen at Mm SPRINGER BROTHERS' JWM ik RETAIL DEPARTMENT, wr m Street, Essex Street, Harrison Avenue, Boston. ■r I I iJ^rrrla_il^-^__-S--^^^^r^^^^^^^^^^-^ FRE,;,CH -AMERICAN CLOCKS, II!s E D ' OOK T ° ™^_|^ V ' ~~ J EWELRY _EY E- GLA3SM t . :^tW llKuSi_^__r REPAIREO )N THE B£3T MANNE^4fili_ »—1 JB TITHTT-SWla-. ONLY 53.00 PKIt liOZKN.—Not Club Picture., but Flrrta_r_Xa_&gt;XXll _C_ X 33 Cla.a Pilot &gt;~ and warranted Kqusl In Finish mid Artistic I.lelitioc to any % 7.00 pictures. All our former palroni, and a, many new ones aa may patronize us, can depa—l upon perfect aatiafaullnii and polite attention. Respectfully, A. M. GENUKON, 13 Tremont How, Bo.toD, next door to .Ma.auctiuaelta Ilo.it iin-l Shoe Store. JAMES W. MARSHEA, Watch and ClocklYlaker, 448 HARVARD ST...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
• QEO.F.WHITTEIrIORE, * Dentist* * # 50 Bromfleld Street, • BOSTON. » _. * _ Tho scientific treatment of f teeth to secure their p-eser- . vation is my specialty. « ])R. GEORGE A. RAYMOND, V DENTISTRY IX ALL ITS URANCIIES, Parlors, 15IK Xortti Avenue. "Office hours, from 8.30 A. M. to 12 M. aod from ItosP. M. At Lexington Wednesday. LOOSENED TEETH Treated and Tightened by W. J. CURRIER, D. D. g„ 273 Columbus Avenue, . - - Boston, lIKVKKAI, lIKNTISTIIY. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Cocoa. BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural lawa which gorern the operations of digestion and nutrition, Hiid by a careful application of the flue properties of well-selected Cocoa, Mr. Kpps lias provided our breakfast tables wltli a dollcately flavored beverage which may save us many heavy doctors* bills. It is by the Judicious use of such articles of diet that a constitution may be gradually hutlt up until strong enough to resiat every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are flo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
V. Ballard &amp; Sons Ar. exhibiting for the season new design! 1b BTK--T COBTI/MKB, KEKSKIf OOATS (wttb Strapped S&lt;——t&gt;, BIDIN6 HABITS, (JOVKKT COATS. DOLMANS, ULBT-KB, Itc. Spring Importations include a large and elegant variety of COSTUME CLOTHS, In plaida, .tripe. and tweeda. JACKKTINOS, in Drab Kcraeya, Diagonals, fancy Scotoh clotb., etc. RIDING HABIT CLOTHS IN ALL GRADES. A ipecial line of materlala for YACHTING, TENNIS and MOUNTAIN DKESSES, which w* are making at low prices. V. Ballard A Sons, Ladies' Tailors and Costume", NEW LOCATION, 96 Boylston Street, Boston. Invite you to vl.lt their beautirul studio, . 10 TEMPLE PL., BOSTON, and Inspect their apeclinena of I'llllTOlllt.ll'HS.
Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Cambridge. Tomorrow there will be a temperance meeting at G. A. 11. Hall at 3.30 P. M. Profenor Alexandei Agassiz will go to Alaska next month, to be abient a year. Mr. W. A. Amee Is soon to start for Fond dtt Lac, Wisconsin, to be gone until the middle of July. The Cambridge Typographical Union held its regular monthly meeting on Monday evening last. Miss Estelle F. Russell of Ipswich, N. 11., is visiting friends on North avenue and Wallace street. Rev. Dr. McKenzle's book, "SomeThings Abroad," will be published this fall by the D. Lothrop Company. A new cylinder press of Cottrell make, 37-64, has just been added to the stock at the University Presi. Rev. Alexander McKenzle, D. I)., will sail for Europe, to be abseutlseveral months, on July 7, on the steamer Bothnia. Mr. William J. Lally, an amateur actor of some note in Cambridge, died on Wednesday of consumption, aged 24 years. St. Paul's Catholic Lyceum will hold a private social anil eiitert.ainmerit.at Its rooms in Brattle squ...
North Cambridge. Officer Benjamin F. Bridden. Order by Mayor Russell. School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
North Cambridge. Officer Benjamin F. Bridden. Order by Mayor Russell. School Committee. Mr. C. V. Sanger has returned from Ihe West. The absence of any sign of crape at station r&gt; since Officer _rldden's death has caused conrinent. The Fltchburg Railroad Company Is slow in clearing away the tleliris caused by the removal of the old depot. Hishop Boone, missionary bishop in China, will speak on "China ami Christianity" at St. James's Church tomonow morning, services beginning at 10.31). The Rev, Edward .1. Young of Cambridge, pastor of the Unitarian church, Waltham, will preach rrext Sunday evening at the North-avenue Universalist praise meeting. The annua] commencement exercises of the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy take place in Association Hall, Boston, Wednesday evening. May 4. Mr. (J. Linwood Libby of this ward is a graduate. At the North-avenue Universalis! praise meeting, last Sunday evening, tlie pastor, Rev, Mr. Kiddle, considered James Freeman Clark's recently...
Cambridgeport. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
Cambridgeport. Dr. William F. Warron is now in Rome. All the Methodist pastors of this city have been reappointed by the New England conference. The young ladies of the Wood Memorial Church will give a concert on Wedneiday evening. Rev. Thomas Hickford has returned from bis Western trip and preached last Sunday morning. Rev. E. X. Chandler and Rev. If. W. Tilden of Hyde Park will exchange pulpits tomorrow. The annual meeting of tiro Austin-street Unitarian Church will lie held on Monday .evening next. Mr. Linn Boyd Porter has been elected one of tbe vice-presidents of the Suburban Press Association, The guard room of Police Station Xo. 2 is being renovated and the walls timed, a much-needed Improvement, Dr. L. F. Lathe of Austin street, who has been seriously ill for two months, has fully recovered, and has resumed practice. Tbe annual meeting of the overseers of the poor f.ir the election of a secretary and other business takes place on May 2. A meeting of the executive committee o...
East Cambridge. A Word for the Children. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 23 April 1887
East Cambridge. A Word for the Children. The Superior Civil Court came in on Monday, Judge Knowltnn otr the bench. The Institute fair is still drawing crowds. On Wednesday evening an exhibition of drilling was given by Sergeant Phelan of the Montgomery Guards. Key. W. ~. Everts, Jr., preached in the lt.ipiist Church on Tuetuay evening. Rev, Dr. William Hague was also present and participated in the services. The annual meeting of the Baptist Church occurred on Friday evening. There will be baptism at the close of tomorrow afternoon's service. Next Tuesday evening, Rev. George _, ttorr, Jr., of Cbarlestown will preach, Last Sunday an Easter concert was given by the Sunday School of the Baptist Church. A most attractive programme was tendered, the most pleasing features being the comet sclo by Carl Merrill; vocal solo by Miss Jennie McKillican, and singing by a trio composed of Mr. Singleton, Mrs. Merrill and Miss McKillican." Carl Merrill was presented with a bouquet. ,The success of...