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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

JOHN H. HUBBARD, . APOTHECARY, 468 HARVARD STREET, Harvard Square* Will be happy to serve those who Rre so unfortunate as to require the aid of raeitlctne. He undertakes that hi* preparations ahull be oorrectly made of pure sundinl materials ami intelligently dispensed by careful assistants. All the POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES Of tha day will be aald a. low a. any respectable dealer can afford to handle them. *»He would recommend hi. own EXTRACT OF JAMAICA GINGER an being what U pretends to be, without foreign admixture. „___ WILEY'S ORANGE FLOWER GLYCERINE LOTION fur chapped hands. ELIXIR OF CALISAYA HARK al a tonio. SPONGES at all prices. FINE ENGLISH HAIR BRUSHES and TOOTH BRUSHES. REEVES BROS., -F PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS, 854 Main St.,\° prot, c^p a 7e oa "*" Special Care taken, day or nisht, In onr Prescription Department. „,„.,. I Hair Tonio, Toothache Drop., __ I,H B J cream Cooa, Corn Solvent. Tklbphonb connection! free between Phy.lelan. and Patients. ESTABLISHED 1840. RICHARDS...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

BARTLETT'S COLLEGE PHARMACY. t3P The Only First-Class Drug Store In this Section of the City. CAMPHOR, INSECT POWDER, PARIS GREEN, CHLORIDE LIME, POWD. BORAX. Holyoke House, HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE. „ Walter A. Claflin, APOTHECARY, HARVARD SQUARE. Extract Jamaica Ginger, Beef, Iron and Wine, Refreshing Cologne. REFINEO CAMPHOR AND INSECT POWDER. Pure Chemicals ft Selected Drugs A Specialty. NEW GOODS! HANOBOME BATH SPON6EB. BEAUTIFUL CHAMOIS BKINB, MAGNIFICENT COLOGNE BOTTLEB, LOVELY PUN6ENTB, ELEGANT MANICURE BETB. JOSEPH T. BROWN & CO., 504 Washington St.. CORNER BEDFORD BTREET, BOSTON. BASE BALLS, 5 cts. to $1.25. CHERRY, |— k 4 —p /—, *_sr BATS "USECATCHERS' GLOVES, CATCHERS' MASKS, TENNIB BALLS, Base Ball and Tennis Rules and Regulations. AMEE BROTHERS, 5 Harvard Square, NF.XTVTO THK CAR STATION. BPRIN6JOODB. AH the novelties in woollens for Spring and Summer Wear now ready. j. McDonnell, Merchant Tailor, 8 Boylston Sireet, Cambridge. PUREIei DUROIN'B ICE For Fami...

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HARVARD SQUARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

HARVARD SQUARE. The review of business in and about Harvard square, which fills an extra four pages of Thk Tribune today, and overflows into the main body of the paper, is veiy suggestive. It shows a larger and more rapid development during the past ten years than is generally understood. Tho facts presented show tbat energy and industry bring handsome reward here, as well as elsewhere, and that the oft-repeated saying that Old Cambridge il lifeless, as far as business is concerned, is a baseless slander. It is instructive to note, further, how large a proportion of our successful business men came here from the country, where they were born in homes of hard work, If not of poverty. Few of our merchants are the sods of well-to-do parents, or were able to gain a livelihood, even in early youth, without hard work. The review has also its prophetic side. The growth of the past decade Is the promise of still greater development to come. Before the Harvard class of 1900 delivers Its grad...

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A HOPEFUL PROSPECT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

A HOPEFUL PROSPECT. Tbe bill requiring the citla* of Cambridge and Boston- to unite in building a new bridge over the Charles river, came up on Wednesday In the house of representatives, y .pedal assignment An how was de- voted to the discussion of an amendment offered by Mr. Wharton of Boston, which provided that the exclusive street railway franchise aero** the bridge for twenty-five years be sold at public auction to the highest bidder. In supporting this amendment, Mr. Wharton said that he had been credibly Informed lhat a certain corporation atood ready to pay five hundred thousand dollars for this franchise. No stronger proof of the Importance of the bridge has yet been given, by the by, than this statement—that the exclusive privilege of running street cars across it for twenty-five years Is worth half a million dollars I Representative Darling of Somerville, who Is giving admirable support to tbe bill,, made the point of order tbat the amendment was not germane to the purpos...

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DUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

DUST. Cambridge is a rich city. Sixty millions of property, sixty thousand people, a manufactured product of nearly thirty millions, are expressions that have a prosperous and substantial sound—and they apply to Cambridge. Some thousands of the people of this rich city were half blinded and smothered in clouds of dust, on Wednesday, as they walked the streets, or rode in the open borse cars. Street sprinklers were doing their regular work, all the time, aird some of Ihe streets were as comfortable as need be. Others, and the great majority, were quite tlie reverse. The same thing will bo true every dus'y, windy day this summer, Aud the people will stand it. Simply because they always have. Why shouldn't every street in tho city bo sprinkled regularly, and the bill bo paid by the tax-payers, just like the school tax, or the cost of the police force? Wouldn't it be a comfortable and a healthful thing to do? Wouldn't it save a large amount of clothing, furniture, and sundry other kinds...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

In commenting on one of the labor bills which has jnst passed the New York assembly, after showing its absurdity, the Nation suggest* that the most important bill In the interest of labor which has not yet received attention is the Labor Sleep Bill. "The sleep of the laboring man has thus far been shamefully neglected by those who make our laws. Nobody In this State, not even the Labor Bureau, knows bow much sleep labor gets, or concerns himself in the least about It, although it Is well settled that eight hours' sleep is each laborer's due. If be does not get it, it shows tbat there is something wrong in our government. The Labor Sleep Bill will or ought to provldo that each laborer shall have eight hours' sleep, either continuous or desultory, and shall stay lit bed till he gots it, and that six sleep inspectors, with a salary of $5,000 each, shall be appointed to watch over the execution of the law, and provide for silence around Ihe laborer's couch." Hon. Charles A. Dana of the ...

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The Cambridge Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

The Cambridge Hospital. At a recent meeting of the executive board of the Women's Association in Aid of the Cambridge Hospital, a request was received from the trustees that a committee of ladies be appointed loco-operate with thetn in tlie interests of the hospital; aud that inasmuch as the effectiveness nt tire committee would largely depend on its cumulative knowledge of the work to be accomplished, it was suggested by Ihe trustees that the present board of managers, who had been connected with the hospital tbe past year, should compose this committee, and thai il be made a permanent one. * In accordance with this desire tbe names of the members of the board were presented to the trustees, who approved and cue tinned them as members of said committee. The vacancies caused by thu death of Mrs. 11. W. l'aiue and Ihe resignation ef Mrs. O. F. Sail'ord were tilled by Mrs. C. _, Jones and Miss M. L. Drew. Owing to this action on the part of the trustees the public meeting proposed las...

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Among the Books. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Among the Books. Since Mr. F. Marion Crawford surprised the world with "Mr. Isaacs,' 1 hehaswiltten some of the strongest and most readable novels of the day. Tbe best of all has lately been published by Macmlllan A Co., under the title of "Saraclnesca." It Is an eventful stoiy of life in Rome beginning twenty years ago, while the city "was still In a great measure Its old self," and had not acquired "tbat modern air which is now beginning to pervade it." A Roman noble, dark, rich, and chivalrous, is the hero. The author says, In Introducing him, that there is no one so thoroughly Roman and so thoroughly non-Roman as the Roman nobles. By education and tradition they are Roman; by blood they are almost cosmopolitan, a* the result of tbe prevailing piactlce of intermarrying with theljfein. families of Europe. The father of Dou Giovanni Saraclnesca was a haughty Roman prince; his mother was from Spain. The lady, whose portrayal and career gives most of Interest to the story, 1* the Duc...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

LUNCH BISCUIT. Bread. Cake, and Pastry In „.*» ths* SEVEN*Y-FIVE VARIETIES, togethw with FANCY iOMACKERB. ECLAIRS. ETC.. FRESH UAI-Y ft _. __-.«. B4miA_ 33 *3S ELM BTREET - At MIITJaSXPrOBa 479 CAMBRIDGE STREET, 109 RIVER ST., CAMBRIDGE. Open Sunday* Uom T.BO to t A. M. ' THURSTON I HALL BISCUIT COMPANY.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

WHIPPLE'S NEW BOOK. ••scarcely Inferior to Macaoiay in brllllano* of diction and graphic portrait., ha waa freer from prejudice and paaalon, and mora loyal to th* truth of fact and history. He wa. * thoroughly honaat man."-.loiii» O. Whittif.ii. "The merit of these essays Is so well known that it hardly need, comment. They are without exception clear, keen, well balanced and fullof sagacity, and the volume tea notable addition to belleilettrei."— [Bolton «mrl«r. "-Ten tbe younger people will read with mingled pleasure and lusting profit til* noble and Jvelocme volume, 'American Literature,' by Brtwlii P. Whlpple."-[r»e Beacon. l "Ho certainly was a master of his subjects and wrote with grace and humor, and In the purest, rrro.l lucid, an.l most Incisive Kngllsh. Tlie paper on' American Literature' won il alone prove till., and we know of no cay thai crowd, lo much critical Information Into .0 brlof h space. It is a mine of almost Inexhaustible wealth for th* yourrg student, aud for ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Hr.F.M-RMCEaWFORD'S NEW NOVEL. SARACINESCA BT F. MARION CRAWFORD, . .i ■ ■ it AUTIIOB, or •'Mr. Isaac.," "Doctor Claudius," "Zoroaet*r," "A Tale ot a Lonely I'arl.h," etc. Mmo, 51.60. OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. Tbe moat brilliant novel of the isaso*. In annexing th* province of tbe historian to th* domain of th* novelist he hai achieved a dl.tingul.hed .ucoe...— Philadelphia Public Ledger. Hla hlgheat achievement as yet In th* realm, of romance. . . . Th* story Is exquisitely told, a atory of Interne and eternal love, yet of love too true, too noble to hold within It on* element of dishonor. It is a iplrltnal tragedy, resetted and aavad and directed to lofty ir.uea by th* redeeming power of ideal noblenen and truth. ... It la not too much to pronounce "Saraclnesca" aa by far the greate.t novel of thla decade.— notion Evening Traveller. "Saraclnesca," we think, ll unquestionably Mr. Crawford', beat novel.— WatMngton Capital. A more perfect picture of modern life In Rome doe. not eilst, e...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

DUE NORTH. it) Matorln M. Ballon, author of "Doc South," "Due West," "Edgetools of Speech," "Genius in Sunshine and Shadow." $1.50, "Exceedingly Interesting. One of-the bet of recent work, of travel."— National Baptlnt. "An Ideal writer of bonks or travel, and blend. Instruction and eirteriAliunent In the moat Insidious manner. Next to going one', self to the countries Is tha reading of Mr. I allou's own travel In them."— Boiton Globe. "We commend the book alike tor Its novel Information and for It. con.taot fascination."-( Tirhrrinn Leader. "He has the tact to travel without an object; ha .troll.. He reel tiling* accidentally; you feel that you might have «een the lam* things under theisms elrcnmsteners. He never lectures; rarely tbsorliei. 111... useful to read him aa It ll enjoyable to travel y,uhU\m."-Jovunal of Education. "He Is a vivid portrajer of scenes visited, and In hi. description., .o admirably given, there I. a self-evident authenticity that render, them ch»rrnlng."-B....

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Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. Bijou Thbatbb. "Tb* Forty-Hln*i»"—Ev*ry afternoon and evening. BoiTOK Thbatbk. Herrmann th* preetldlgttataur and llluMontat—*>*rj evening ami Wednesday and Saturday allernoon.. Huston MraBDM. Augustln Daly's Company, In "Lore ƒ— Hatnea." and "Tha Taming of tha Snr.w"—K.very evening aud|Wedne.day aod Saturday afternoon.. Olobb Tmkatbe. "rUddvgors"—Kv*ry *t*blog and Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.. HOLLII STBBBT Tiikatbk. Klee'l "Evangeline" —Kvory evening and Wednesday ai.il Saturday aft* rnoooa. I'ahk Tiibatiik. Madleon-equar* Theatre Company, In "Jim, tb* I'anrnau"—K.ery e.eiilng aud Saturday afternoon. Battle or übttvsbubo, 041 Trsmont .treat— Open from SA. M. to 11 I. M. daily, except Sunday..

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

It is fair to presume tbat the average reader is pretty familiar with Mr. Stevenson's eccentric story of "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde," consequently it would be a waste of space to give its argument within the columns of a newspaper. Mr. T. Russell Sullivan has succeeded In dramatizing it. The play hasn't the full fascination of the story, nor has the story the dramatic force of the play. But Mr. Sullivan has made a powerful drama, with one idea—that of the "thorough and primitive quality of man"—giving Interest and value to the whole composition. Mr. Stevenson's story, weiid and gruesome as it is, is not an easy one to dramatize, hut the difficulties have been on the whole very cleverly overcome. Mr. Mansfield's Impersonation of Dr. Jekyll aud Mr. Hyde was a magnificent triumph for this young, brilliant, and daring actor. He held ihe audience in tbe closest attention from first to last, and the applause was almost continuous. Dr. Jekyll he mad • too sad a man fur Mr. Stevenson's concep...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

For the Ladies. Absinthe, a pale yellow green, veiled with black or white lace, I* likely to be the fashionable (hade for evening dresses tbe coming season. While wool dresses for afternoon wear have a soft vest and sash drapery of twilled silk, which may be of plain yellow, or ƒ— blocks, stripes and checks of red, blue and yellow, or In stripes of Roman or pompadour colors. Apron draperies are meeting with much favor as the season advances. Those most Oular are plaited to the belt, their fulness log in legthwlse fold's, rather than the crosswise folds which are produced by many plaits at each side. The charming silk-like ginghams will be worn by ladles for street wear the coming season, and In view of this use they are made up with a finish like any street costume—velvet collar and cuffs, a vest of pique and bows of velvet. The India silk with a pattern border is one of the prettiest and most effective cosl nines which comfort can suggest for warm weather. They are in all the artis...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Mis, 11. Pl'itner, 40 Austin .tree!., lias an extended experience a. a modl.te with somo of the rcpre*entative Ku.ton houses. Tbe dresses mads by ber are perfect In St and beautifully finished. Savenii excel. In washing blankets.

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Rugs for Fancy Workers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Rugs for Fancy Workers. The craze for rug* still continues and all manner of materials and mode* of working them are called into service. One of theae i* very useful ƒ— employing odd piece* and ends of wool that always accumulate in every fancy worker's basket. It I* a combination of cross stitch and couching, and is executed on Berlin oanvas, with its warp and woof forming exact squares, with Berlin wool and silk cord. The designs are geometrical figures, or arabesques, which are first outlined with dark-colored wool in cross-stitch. Then fill in the spaces so outlined with couchings of various colored wools, evenly laid on by following the threads of the canvas and fas toning at each end by drawing the wool through to the back. _ Then with the silk cord cross the couchings at angles to suit the fancy or the design and fasten it with silk of the same color; or heavy wool of a contrasting color may be used in lieu of the oord. If these couchings be laid on with some horizontal and o...

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Puzzles for Rhymesters. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

Puzzles for Rhymesters. Mr. W. S. Gilbert has found the long desired rhyme for "silver" in "chilver," n word in use at ISritish sales of farm stock to denote a species of sheep. 110 docs not reveal the rhyme which he has discovered for "month, but says it is not Thackeray's "oncty-onth." "When I am on tho subject of rhymes," he adds, "I should like to suggest that any Inventor who is in need of a name for his invention would confer a boon on all rhymesters, anil at the samo time insure himself many gratuitous advertisements, if ho were to select a word that rhymes to one of the many words in common use that have very few rhymes or none at all. Any invention called, for instance, a Loirange, would surely he referred to whenever a poet wished to rhyme to 'orange.' A few more words rhyming to 'lovo' aro greatly wanted. All who have dabbled in amatory verse must have felt this necessity. 'Revenge' and 'avengo' have no rhyme but 'pengo' and 'Stonehenge'; 'coif has no rhyme at all. 'Starv...

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The Distribution of Forest Trees. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 14 May 1887

The Distribution of Forest Trees. The controlling conditions in the distribution of the f.ircsl irere are; Flial, the clraracicristics of the species; second, the nature nf tlie soil; third, the chance of distribution of tire seed; and, lastly, the assault* nf the animnl enemies which each kind encounters. Sonic species—as, for instance, ihe black locust —are extensively subjected lo insect enemies. Tlie oaks, on lire other hand, are, on account of their acrid sap, tolerably well protected from such dangers. As a whole, our deciduous trees have established, by one device and another, a tolerably strong defence against animal peat*, In fact, they owe their continued existence to their success in preventing this class of danger*. Now and then some new enemy arises, which imperils and may destroy a species. An instance of this suit lias recently come to the attention of the preseni writer from some study of the fores'l of Kentucky, Which was undertaken Willi ihe co-operation of Iris as...

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