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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

ALL THE NEW BOOKB May be had, as soon as published' st the Univers ty Bookstore, Harvard Square A full line of Standard Works in good editions. Harvard College Text Books, and Books of Reference. All the leading Magazines and Periodicals. Ble'tk Eooki in Isige variety The best Stationery at less than Boston prices. Buy all these goods in Cambridge, and have them sent lo your house or room frss o cost and trouble Foreign Books and PeiiodictfH supplied * promptly. Charles W. Sever, University Bookstore, HARVARD SQUARB, CAMBRIDGE GENTLEMEN WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American manufacture, which are made to measure In the correct styles hy skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON & CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. SFRIMJOODS. All the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. J. MCDONNELL, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Street, Cambridge. We have removi'il to mure centrally located and roiistnodloita premlsei, 53 TEMPLE PLACE, A...

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Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. Bostoic Mi'sitm. Richard Man.fi.ld and tb. Ko.lon Museum Company, In th« Brat production o. .Ny stage of '"Dr. J.krll and Mr. Hydn"— Kvory evening and Wednesday and SatunUy .Iternoon,. Boston Tiikatkk.. Lamb-Jordan-Price ComSany, in "On the Rio Grand."—Every evening .ud aturday afternoon. [Monday evening: Benefit of Dai,Hl Hurley.] Globe Theatbb. "Kuddygore"—Every evening and Wednesday and Saturday afternoons. Holli.-stbeet Thkatrb. Life's "Evangeline" —Every evening and Wednesday aid Saturday afternooua. PAKK T'HKA'I UK. M.illaon-square Tlieatre Company, lv "Jim, tbe Penman"—Every evening aud Saturday afternoon. Battle or (Jettybhoro, 541 Tremont street— Open from t) A. M. to 11 1". M. dally, except Sunday,.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

A peculiarly brilliant week. On the several Boston stages one can see, if he will, the first and last creations of Messrs. Gilbert and Sullivan, "Pinafore" and "Ruddygore;" the revival of ihe famous "Evangeline," and tbe initial Boston production of the great comedy success of the year, "Jim, the Pi nman." Sir Charles Young's melodrama of "Jim, the Penman," has held the attention of New York audiences for over two hundred performances. The reason for this is simple. Tlie play possesses the fascination and vivacity of a high gride detective story, and the intelligent person enjoys an intelligently and artistically arranged excitement as hugely as does the ragged urchin his highly painted criminal romance. The story, familiar to all theatre-goers, is told in a series of incidents and pictures, which slide before the spectator like large dissolving views. The interest is Intense, and so maintained, and excitement wraps itself about ill ■ auditor until every facu.ty Is on the quick, and...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

For the Ladies. Velvet sashes are worn with ail sorts of light fabrics this season. In some of the new fabrics the selvage Is used as a trimming or at least as a finish In neck and sleeves. Embroidered backs are morn fashionable than ever In street are seen on some of these. The high collar, wrist bands and belt of fancy jets are in sets and lend to a simple costume a very dressy effect. A realistic hair pin is a pea pod of frosted gold, half open, displaying nine pearl peas. An enamelled snail nips one of tbe peas. Jean Is a cotton fabric which is much used in Paris this season, and is made in the severity of tailor finish, with velvet collar and cuffs. Ualayeuses for the protection of the Inside of the dress skirt are once more worn. They are for use, not ornament, and should not show below the edge of tbe skirt. White wool barege makes a most attractive costume for summer afternoon wear. Its folds are so soft and becoming. It is made very simply; the more simple it is the prettie...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Colds Ht 111 hang on but can be nuide to rapidly disappear hy a few applications of Thorndike's balsa mln.

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OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. Annual Report to the State Board of Lunacy and Charity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

OVERSEERS OF THE POOR. Annual Report to the State Board of Lunacy and Charity. The annual report of the Cambridge Overseen of the Poor to the State Board of Lunacy aud Charity, covering the period from April 1, 1880, to April 1, 1887, shows that the number of paupers fully supported during the year, at the almshouse, was 201, of whom 220 were sane and 32 insane; at the State insane hospitals, 07; at tie State workhouse, 1; total, 230 sane and 120 Insane. The number remaining on April 1, 1887, at tbe almshouse, was 152, of whom 123 were save and 20 insane; there were 71 at the State Insane hospitals and 1 at the State workhouse, making a total of 124 sane and 100 insane, chargeable to Cambridge. The number of persons partially supported by Cambridge was 1317, Including 520 males and 707 females; there were 100 male and 251 female State 111!) males and 290 females had settlements in Cambridge; 131 males and 250 females bad settlement) in other places. The number nai tially supported d...

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Annual Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Annual Meeting. Tho annual meeting of the board of overseers of the poor was held 00 Monday in the Central-square building, Mayor Russell in the chair and tho full board present, except Dr. Vaughan. Henry A. Doherty, elected by the city council as overseer of the poor for live years, was duly sworn in by tlie mayor. It was voted to refer to the almshouso committee the matter of removing gravel from the west side of the ledge. It was voted to remove Jeremiah McCarthy from the almshouse to the lunatic hospital, if deemed necessary by the physicians ami Judge Orcutt. The mayor appointed the following committees for the year: Committee on outside aid, Messrs. Albce, Vaughan and Walker; committee on almshouse, Messrs. Corcoran, Albce and Doherty; committee on finance, Messrs. Vaughan, Corcoran and Dohorty. David P. Mn/zev and Vespasian Danfiirth were unanimously re-elected secretary and visitor, respectively, The matter of allowing Charles C. Reed, guardian of Charles E. Willard, inmate ...

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Cleanliness Next to Godliness. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Cleanliness Next to Godliness. The following communication was sent out on Thursday by Superintendent Bancroft to the conductors and drivers of the Cambridge Railroad Company: To C'o.viiccroKs and DuivKits: The superlnt. nil,-ii t desires to thank you for the pain, you havo taken in complying with the last order respecting the neatness ol your persons, and to congratulate you upon the excellent Impression made by your new uniforms, lie venturea nothing In saying that you excel iv personal Appearance at the present ilme any body ot street railway men in th.country, and he desires to say that a very little effort on vmir part will enable you to maintain this superiority. Brush your clothes at the end ot every trip. Polish your boots, wash y ur hands, keep your balr cut close and keep cleanshaven. Wear your cap. square on your Inmds, not on the back nor on tbe side. Drivers should keep their coat, buttoned, and are a lviscd to carry tbeir rubber coats when there is the least sign or ra...

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Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Lexington. It was Ihe Ariel Ladies' Quartette of Cambridge which took part in the Baptist organ fund concert last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Brown sailed from Boston for Europe last week and are to make the tour of the continent. Ho.v. Mr. Branigan has resigned his pastorate over the Pollen Church at East Lexington, and Ihe church has accepted the resignation. The ltussell House Is now open and is rapidly filling with guests. It is already difficult to secure good rooms for any part of Clio summer. The Massachusetts Hnusa.ls also prosperous, ami all the private boarding houses in tlie town are liiuling a lively demand for rooms for the summer. The Unitarian Society held a very successful May festival in til 6 Town Hull on Wednesday afternoon and evening, which was enjoyed by young and old. There was dancing around a May-pole anil otherwise, ami music and feasting. The money raised goes toward tlie repair of tbe church organ. The town mooting Monday night was a somewhat tame affair, th...

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"Great oaks from Little Acorns Grow." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

"Great oaks from Little Acorns Grow." And great benefits ensue from the use of Dr. Pierces "Pleasant Purgative Pellets"— tiny, sugar-coaled granules—which obviate the necessity of choking and "gagging" In the attempt to swallow some huga bolus of uninviting aspect and disagreeable effect. Their cathartic action is thorough, yet perfectly gentle, and unlike other pills, they never react towards constipation. 11l cases I of sick headache, and as a promoter of ill-1 gCStlon, they are unsurpassed. By drug gis's. .^__________^

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

M STANDARD WILL put a horse In good condition with less expense and trouble than anything else. no LBS.. a O FEUDS, AME & CO. WORCESTER BROS., 23 & 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers in aud Manufacturer, of FURNTTURE CARPETS. We have received the fall designs of Bkusselb, Tapestry and Wool Cakpkts. EASY CHAIRS, ALSO RUQS, DESKS, OHIFFONIERB, LOUNOEB, PARLOR, CHAMBER AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE, SHADES AND DRAPERIES MADS TO ORDER. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE, A. Anderson, ~eale" « F UPn iture, Oil CloiliH, Carpets, etc. Crockery, Olhmhware anil Klteli«n Furniture. Furniture Bought, gold find Exchanged. rOC MAIN MTKKKT, CambrldKeport. 0w U Repairing neatly and promptly executed. DAVID THOMSONT - PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholstering and reuphnlsterlng furniture, puttiutf up drapery and window shade*, cutting loose covers. Carpet wort a specialty. Carpets takeu up, cleaned, lltteil and relaid. JMOtICG I INCAMHKIDOK FOR...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Hale's Ifoney the great Cough cure,26c.,Soc &81 Glenn's Sulphur Soap heat, a beauttflos, 25c. tirrninnlortißniiovtr kills Corn. A Bunions Hill', Hair and Whisker Dye—Black and Drown, Boa Pike's Toothache Drop. euro In 1 Minute.Mo Dean. Hue u malic Pill, are a sure cure. Cue. MRS. M. J. GOBURN, Shampooing JgtXX work d<»nc at TTflll* MWAVb yourhouae. Pour AlttA-T "Willi teen y.^rs'experience w iili the host famillu*. 110 Windsor.St., Caiitbrldfreport. Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, I t'"i.| merly with .Mir. D. 1.. Unpen Of II stou.) , 40 Austin Slreet, Ca.i.brlilge|iort. Mlsa Flitner gives oacti department of Iter business lier persiinal intention, and, Saving hail large experience, stie can guarantee perfect fitting and firtt-clatt jlnith al reatonabte pricet. 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. X. Dame, Successor...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

COCKLE'S ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, THE GREAT ENGLISH HEMEDY !„r Liver, lllle,' Indigestion, etc lice Horn Mi-r--rnryl contains only I'uro J.eßi-Hllile IrujrSill.ma. Agent I 0, N. CHITTKNTON. New \ ... 1,.

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Cambridge. The First Parish Church Ib being painted. Miss M. Estella Fox of Wallace street is visiting at Wrentham. Mrs. Stowe, late station agent at Mt. Auburn, has moved to Boston. Miss Edith Estelle Torrey sings at Steinert Hall, Boston, next Wednesday. Col. Thornton and family of Ware street have gone to Hlnghatn for the summer. Mr. B. F. Hatch spent Sunday with his daughter, Mrs. C. J. Philbiook, in Lynn. The old burying ground in Harvard square looks finer this spring than it has for many years. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Jr., of Cushing street, have received an addition to their family. ' Mr. and Mrs. Gamaliel Bradford, Jr., sailed from New York for Europe last Saturday. Key. W. H. Marble of the North-avenue M. E. Chapel will preach at the Mt. Auburn Chapel tomorrow. It is said that Mr. C. H. Low, who went to California five years ago and started in the real estate business, has made $75,000 during that time. Dr. John F. Hildreth and family arc to pass the summer in Germany, Th...

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Bon Voyage to Mrs. Moulton. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Bon Voyage to Mrs. Moulton. A pleasant bonvoyage reception to Mrs. Louise Chandler Moulton, who la Boon to go abroad for Ihe slimmer, was given by Mr. Oscar Fay Adams Tuesday afternoon, at bis moms in Fcllon Hall. The rooms were crowded from four to seven witli wellknown literary and society people, and the occasion was most enjoyable. The young ladies at Ihe tables were Miss Louise Imogen (itiiuey of Aiihiirnilale, Miss Blanch Duneklee of Brighton. Miss Lunt of Scltuate, and Miss Maud Moshor of Cambridge. Among rhe guests were, from Boston, Mrs. Col. Fitch, Mrs. A. M. Kellogg, Mrs. S. A, lligelow, Mrs. Faitnie (ireene, Mrs. Darwin Ware, Dr. Bender, Mrs. John (I. Blake, Mr. Willi im Ordway Partridge, Mr. Arthur Howard Pickering. Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. Chandler and Miss Chandler Mrs. T. T. Pitman "Margery Deane," Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Selinger, Itev. Arthur Wentworlli Eaton, Mr. Arlo Bate«, RoY, 11. Bernard Carpenter, Miss Lillian Whiting, Miss Josephine Jenkins, Mis. 11. 11. Goodwlr, M...

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North Cambridge. Anniversary of the Third Universalist Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

North Cambridge. Anniversary of the Third Universalist Sunday School. Mrs, Dr. Morgan returned Monday lo her home iv New London. Miss Haiti.! S. Stevens has been engaged as book-keeper at Mr. Thatcher Stone's market, Mr. Walter Littlefiehl sang as tenor in the Baptist choir, last Sunday, on trial for Ihe vacant position. Mr. B. I>. Morse, the safe manufacturer, has moved into Mr. M. 0, Bacon's house, No. 8o Orchard street. Mr. (leorge It. Henderson is having the long-delayed job of lettering done on bis new carriage manufactory. Rev. William S. Apsey, D. I)., and wifo will attend the Baptist missionary meetings in Minneapolis, Minn., this mouth. Mrs. M. If. Prescott and Masters 11. G. and G. 11. Prescott will reach Cambridge next, Tuesday after a flvemontlis' sojourn a. Pasadena, Cal. Mrs. Ruth X. Lander, who has taught in the Shepard Grammar School for eleven years, has resigned her position and accepted a more lucrative one in the public schools of llrookline. An alarm ...

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Cambridgeport. Death of a Veteran Stable-keeper. Firemen. Police. One Hundred and Thirteen Saloons Still Open. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

Cambridgeport. Death of a Veteran Stable-keeper. Firemen. Police. One Hundred and Thirteen Saloons Still Open. Mr. S. Tower lias hired "C" cottage on Atlantic avenue, Swampscolt, for tho summer. A social gathering will be held at th". Central-square Baptist Church next Thursday evening. Tlie monthly social gathering at Ihe Broadway Baptist Church will take place on Tuesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Perrin have given lip their residence in this city, and now reside at the South End, Boston. The Woman's Auxiliary of the Y. M. C. A. are planning to have a strawberry festival Ihe latter part of this month. The collections for current expenses during the month of April, at the Broadway Baptist Church, amounted lo 1805, Mr. George E, Mitchell litis been appointed to the position of choir direc'or at tlie Congregational Church, Wostboro, Mass. Mrs. Angie Newman of Nebraska spoke to a large audience al the Y. M. C, A. building on Tuesday, on "Mormonlsni and the State." The missionary conc...

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East Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 7 May 1887

East Cambridge. Rev. Hugh Montgomery of Worcester will speak on temperance next Monday evening at 7. 80 o'clock at Trinity M. X. Church. An entertainment will be given at Hie Baptist church next Wednesday evening, Including a pink and blue party, dairymaids' drill, with vocal and instrumental selections. The fair of St. John's InstituV was open all ibis week. On Tuesday il"' Pirst Regiment Drum, Fife ami Bugle Corps was presort. Several coffee ami calico parlies arc in preparation by ladies of the different lables. New la the time to I'" photographed, All naturo Il getting lute Its in'" (pries' clothes, nml men and women are doing liken l«e. A photograph taken In one of these sum y spring days, at. the studio of Pacti Urol ie,*r li'"' X H'»l', Main street, Camliridss, will al»< isbsiantlal satisfaction to all your fri.Ttnl Mr Tltpi'er, tit" manager, la especially r.'Halite lv getting I ' portrait, ol children. Mr. X. W. Kni'Tsen nf North Cambridge ha, boan In MSllrSn a* S...

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