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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

100 Decorated Dinner Sets For Seashore and Country Houses, $9.50 to $15.00. THE CHINA PARLOR, Clark, Adams & Clark, 65 and 87 Franklin, and 79 Arch Streets. BOSTON. Please mention Tn.it Cam iiuinui; Tbibdne. BANCROFT & DYER, WILL FOR THE NEXT 30 DAYS Offer their entire Stock of strictly First-Class FURNITURE Coußißtlug of full-Hue Drawl tig-Room. Library, Chamber and Dining Room In all desirable designs, and at such prices as shall lnduoe all In want to make selections. We make no pretence that this sale Is to make room for "Spring Importations." The simple truth Is, business has been very quiet, and we wish to reduce our stock, and, In order to do so, uratoilting aud expect to make large tacrijice. Particular attention eatled to our Drawlog-Koom Suits, In full Turkish, aud other styles. It Is admitted by all our competitors that there is no better work made than we carry In Btock. Mr. Prlouard, who has been In our employ for many years, has charge of our Dra...

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Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Pencillings. Announcements for Next Week. Bijou Tiisatbe. George Fawcett Row*. In "Utile Emily"—Every afternoon and evening. Boston Thsatbs. Herrmann, tho nreMldlgltateur and illu-l mist—Kvery evening aud Wedue.day and Saturday afternoon.. Boston Museum. Augustin Daly's Company, In "Tbe Taraln. of the Shrew"—Every evening and Wedneeday aud Saturday afternoons. Globe Thkatbe. Revival of "The Mikado"— Every evening and Wednesday and Saturday afternoon.. Hol.i.iß STREET Tiikatkk. hice's "Evangeline" —Every evening and Wednesday *nd Saturday afternoon.. PARK THEATRE. Madison-square Theatre Company, in "Jim, tb* Penman"—Every evening and Saturday afternoon. Battle of Oettvsburo, 541 Tremont streetOpen from 9 A. M. to 11 I*. M. dally, except Sunday.. Music Hali/, Boston. "The Damnation of Fan.t," Wednesday evening.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Augustin Daly's company is to New York what our Boston Museum company Is to people hereabouts. The Museum company goes to New York and there receives a continuous ovation. Daly's company comes to Boston to counterbalance the weight of enthusiasm. The Museum was crowded, Monday evening, with fashion in the majority; a genuine Museum audience, and rather more so. Mr. Daly's adaptation of M. Albin Valabreque's "Le Bonheur Conjugal," "Love in Harness, or Hints to Hymen," is one of the brightest Parisian successes, and its Metropolitan run has been remarkable. It Is a simple comedy of overflowing brightness, clear-cut dialogue, plenty of sparkling life, pretty situations, and is really witty. The suggestion of indecency in the original is entirely eliminated, all of the good points of the French left in, and Mr. Daly h s really turned out a strong comedy moral from the suggestive immorality of the original. Tbe adaptation is remarkable. The acting of Mr. Daly's company is simply refreshi...

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THE SPRING GOSPEL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

THE SPRING GOSPEL. Ob, .11 the bloom, of Nature hold Hint, of Eternal Good, And every vernal sermon show. God', graolous fatherhood! Welcome, voiceless allegories, With deathless moaning life; Your yearly gospel tells the world There Is no end of Life! • — William H. Hayne, in Brooklyn Magazine.

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Messrs. Brine & Norcross. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Messrs. Brine & Norcross. No one can read tbe opening paragraph of the advertisement of Messrs. Brine & NororoM without being .truck with the sound business principle, which It sets fortb. It Is upon thl. solid bail, tbat tbe firm has built up it. enormous trade, and In tbe teeth of grasping monopoly and unscrupulous competition, sell, goods as'low a. any house In New England. ITlie firm doe. not advertl.e to give good, away, a. they are not philanthropist., but they do otter bargains 111 handkerchiefs, jersey., ooraete, trmmtugs, small wares and toilet articles. Job lot. in ladle.' boee, taffeta, lisle thread, kid and all-slik gloves are quoted at price, that will startle some of our lady readers. Parasols and sun umbrella, have been marked at very moderate prices mi, account of tbe backwardness of the season. These are only a few of the thousand a.id one article, that this great house, doing business at 17 and 18 Tremont itow, 70 and Tl Tremont aud 660 and ...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

For the Ladies. Pongee again comes to the front as a material for summer gowns. Red velvet forms the finish of many stylish costumes both in red and In black of light weight fabrics. A new lustre fabric "known as French popllnette Is meeting with much favor for warm weather dresses. Bodices fastening diagonally are In high favor. Some also have one revers at the ton, another below or both on the right or left side. Passementerie yokes and plastrons are seen on the elaborate imported costumes and are of beads and silk cord, or else of woven solid beads or jets. Velvet bows form the most stylish trimming for any sort of a costume this season, and outer garments as well are garnished in the same manner as the dress. Organdies with cross bars are attain revived, and make tbe most attractive light costumes. The flowered patterns are the favorite designs, and will be tbe most generally worn of any, Although the vlsite is still worn, mantles or fichu shapes, wilh long, straight, pointed or...

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Worth Remembering. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Worth Remembering. Every Inspiration of the lungs, every pulse-throb of the heart, overy sweep of the arm—even our very thoughts as they speed llinniiili the brain—all create waste roaltor that must bo cons'antly removed if tliere is to be that bea'liful iiarmony of functional effort wliioli constitutes health. Nature's remedy is the sure and eminently wise one, of expelling, by proper purgation, the humnrs which came disease, and Dr. Tierce's "Pleasant Purgative Pellets" are nature's great ally in the cure of digestive disturbances, anil an unfailing remedy for constipation and its pernicious effects.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

si.ikl your ordnrs for window seremis and screen doors to T. 11. Wviutwortli, Statu street, Oambrldgeport.

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An Electric Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

An Electric Railway. Mr. Allan M. Chase sands Thb Ticibunc ihe following account of tbe electric street railway at Appreton, Wisconsin, which is of timely Interest in connection with the experiment* which the new owners ol the Cambridge railway have lo contemplation: Tbe track upon which the cars run la rather more than two miles long, with, however, but one turn for the entire distance. Tbe works are about half a mile from the road and upon the bank of the Fox river; they own 200 horse power of water, of which they are using at present rather less than one half. The amount of track is to be Increased this summer. The power from the turbine wheel is transmitted through a series of mitre gears, the first driven by the water wheel by a shaft and running of course in the same direction; the second, much smaller, works perpendicularly by its cogs upon the first, and the third, very large, Is connected wilh the second by a secoud shaft. This last is belted to the dynamos, of which there ...

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West Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

West Somerville. Tho eleventh piano recital by Mrs. H. M. Chase and pupils will take place next Wednesday evening, at 2:13 Elm street A musical and literary entertainment under ihe auspices of the Young People's Social Union pf the Park avenue M. E. Church will be given Monday evening. The participants will lie M r . M. I. Myers, pianist; Dr. J. S. Flags;, flutist; Miss I.ida E. Page, reader; Mr. F. J. Kice, cornetisl; Miss Ida Sampson, sdoisl; Mis. M. E. Lacount and Mr. Chatles Adams, pianists; Mr. A. S. Kendall, soloist, and a male quartette.

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She Knew a Magnet. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

She Knew a Magnet. Some years ago a Miss II was teaching school in Dixon, HI. One day In the reading-class they catnn across the word "magnet." The teacher asked how many in the class knew what a niignet was, and requested those who knew 10 bold up their right hands. All the class was motionless for a moment, and then one little girl rose and put up her hand. "Well, my dear," sail the teacher, "what is a ina.iiei?" "I don't know," said the little girl, "as I know what It is, but I have seen 'em at home in mother's Cheese." — American Maunzine.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Messre. Ilowatd W. SpurrAC >.iif 80-ton. wltd are the New Knglund agent* for* the celebrated KoKo Soap, request a'l who ar<> ii labli to fl d the KoKo S.Jip to -mill them a curd lor information. Thorndrtte. ai li! 7 Main turcft, corner of Prospect, sell* refreshing tu.da and rout beer.

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

WORCESTER BROS., 23 & 25 Brattle St., Cambridge, Dealers in aud Manufacturers of FURNITURE CARPETS. We have received the Spring designs of Brussels Tapestky and Wool Cahfktb. EASY CHAIRS, ALSO EOO3, DESKS. CHIFFON iERS, LOONQEB, I'ARLOiI, CHAMBER AND DINING ROOM FURNITURE. SHADES AND DRAPEftIES ~|AI>K TO lillllKlt. UPHOLSTERING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY DONE. IjAVID THOMSON, PRACTICAL UPHOLSTERER, No. 2 Prospect St., Cambridgeport. Upholstering and reiiphntslerlng furnirure. puttlutf up drapery anl window alia-lt,*, cuitlti){ loose eorarts Carpet work a siecUlty. Carpel* taken up, cleaned, titled and relaid. s The he tl' ace in Cambridge to Buy Ice Ctats anfl JSefricerators ANDERSON'S, 53.1 HAIN STKKKT. S I'KVKNS'S KI'KI'KA TilK BK.ST IN THK MAKKKT. SJW —Aa __ f I'HICK KKIIIirEII JLHOTICG I in cam Hitman FOR CLEANING CARPETS To 3 CKNTS per Mini, Including Brussels, Tape* try, Woollen or Hemp, GEORGE F. RICKER & CO. HTKAM MAIHINB OaRI'KT CI.FANEHS. Off...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Halo's Honey the great Cou(tnr?ure,2Se.,SOo.atl Glenn'*Hulphursioaplieals a beatitldos, Ha GermanCornnemovrr kills Corn, k Bunion* Hill. Hair and Whisker Dye—ninrk and Brown, SOO, Pike's Toothache Drops cure In 1 Ulnute.lSo Dean's Rheumatic Pill* axe a sure cur*. Ma Miss G. Flitner, Modiste, (Formerly with Mies D. L. Capeo of Boston,) 40 Austin HtretM, Cambrlds;oport. MI-h Flitner give* each depMrtmeut of her business her pergonal attention, and, bar tug hail large I'Hpmi. in ■*'. she oan gu*r«ntee perfect fitting and Jlr»t-close Jtnieh at reasonable prtcee. "MRS. M. J. COBURSr Shampooing jftjfljß. work done at Hair Work JS^SfJSSL ence ultli the best famlUea. 110 Windsor St., ('Hinbrldß-rvort. 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. I)AMK,Snccess»r to E. A. LIBBY, IMPMKTKII OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS BKCKIVK PROMPT A...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

pezkuty JJecfcufe o/° it|» t»«uQ6 ed^y, jr\°°th blfeoe &o<3 genepaU o/P weo£th izOMfz ij" i/ ffefßpjU 0.06 vi/iU /food lf)e tytf Jr _ o/ . — X will n°t /pltt %^ oy /4i V€l» io dpiviocf = f?V &JJ Cut o'rxilj' fivpe lidxbJe to do. Bfi^ D !!I!P. U^r.^P^ X l FOR ' WATCHNAKERS •pONE-IW-itiE-BEST'HANNER|| KS FR£ NCH & AMERICAN CLOCKS, ooor ' : JEWELRY & REPAIREO IN THE BEST MANNEr\^&||| vii,. Btf WM tJs-SSTSTJT a'.M1.1.11 NOItTH AVKNI X. f-« t nil TCT ■A* JaUtrla.p Miitui OaSBBIJME, J) JJLs»UX\.Xi3 X ■ 10,000 Pansies, Hybrid Perpetual Roses, Clematis, NKW (JKItANIt:\IS, NKW CARNATION*, and n general a*t»rtmeut < f BBDDHSG PLANTS, lliinit llihtiriiH of I'viry description. BEDDING PLANTS. A laree assortment of lioranlums, iioui.it- Petunias, Coleui, Verbenas, and other bedding plants for sale in quantities lo sit it. purcbasers, at reasonable prices. We are liere to make a living and aim to secure your custom ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Thoroughly cleanse the blood, which is tho fotintnin of health, by using Dr. Pierces Golden Medical Discovery, and frond dlßOStlon. a fair skin, buoyant spirits, viti.l sirens - !!-, nnd soundness of constitution will lie established. Golden Medical fllscovcrv cum nil humors from Ihe common pimple, Wotrll, or rritptlon to Ihe worst Scroluln, or blond-poison Kspcclnlly has It proven Us effiencj in curing-Pull-rheum or Ti tier, Fcvetvnri s, .lip-joint Illsense. Sen fillnlts Purrs Dfll r-welllngs, KnInrired Olnnils, and Filling lions. Guidon Medici Discovery cures Consumption whlrli Is rVrnfllta of lie l.iinirsi, by lis wonderful Mand-inirlfylna. ImltrnnitliiK, nml nutritive propertlci. I'm- Weak Limits, Spitting of ninod. Shortness of ftmrt i. Ilroncldtls, Severe Cninrli*. Asthma, nnd kindred affections. It Is n -..vcreiirn remoi >. It premptly cures the so. -rest Colnrlis. For Torni.: I.her. Illlloiisnrw, or "I.lver Complaint." Hvs|>cpsia, and Indijrcsllon, it l...

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Cambridge. Prof, and Mrs. George M. Lane will spend the summer in Europe. Mr. Fred C. Jones moved to his Lexington farm on Wednesday. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George T. Barrington of Cushing street, on Saturday. Prof. Louis Dyer, when he lias closed his engagements wilh Harvard, will pass some timS in Europe. Prof. Charles Carroll Everett is to sail for Europe next month, He will join his wife and daughter in Italy. The Mr. Darwin who married Miss Sedgwick, and is now visiting this city, is a son of the great naturalist. The engagement is announced of Miss Copeland to Mr. Kussell Allen, son of the Rev. Joseph H. Allen. Mrs. Sears of Lowell stieet has gone to Brockton to spend some weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Toppan. A private presentation of "Tho Fairy Bridal" will be given at the Social Union Hall on Tuesday evening. Gabriel Howard, a long-suffering colored man, woll known in antl about tho square, has gone to the almshouse. Mrs. Joseph Taipc and tier little daughter, of Pr...

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North Cambridge. Avon Place Home. Death of James K. Farwell. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

North Cambridge. Avon Place Home. Death of James K. Farwell. The mother of Mr. A. 11. Hews died at her home in Weslon, Mass., last Sunday. Tbe letter carriers presented themselves before Pos'inasler Corse on Monday in their new uniforms for inspection. Mr. George S. Chase of Lancaster street sailed on Thursday iv the Wleland for Hamburg, to be absent three months. Miss Clara Hunt ha, been engaged as soprano iv the Univcrsalist choir. She will not begin duty, however, until a week from tomorrow. It is said on pretty reliable authority that another letter carrier is to bo added to the North Cambridge station to relieve Messrs. Cleveland and Raymond. Tha Universalis!. Sunday School has appointed a coininiitec to make arrangements for its annual picnic. There is some talk of holding it al Middlesex Fells. Rev. Edward J. Young of the Unitarian Church, Wallham, lias sold his $20,000 residence in Cambridge and will soon locate in Wallham, much to the gratification of his parishioners. The ...

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Cambridgeport. The Cambridge Art Circle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 21 May 1887

Cambridgeport. The Cambridge Art Circle. Tbe Social Bible Class Sunday School is growing rapidly. Mr. J. S. Palne arrived home from his Western trip last week. Last Sunday Rev. A. E. White exchanged with Rev. G. W. Bilggs.JD. D. Mrs. W. 11. Norris of Pleasant street will summer at Moullonvlllc, N. 11., for which place she left Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hall and William M. Hall were registered at the Arlington House, Washington, I). C, last week. Mr. Aaron of the firm of Aaron .v. Parker has rented Crystal-bay cottage at. Ocean Spray, where he will spend the summer mon lbs. The Young People's Mission of the First Universalis! Society met'on Wednesday at the residence, of Mr. W. 11. Porter on Magazine street. Mr. G. 11. Whlltier lias hired the cottage on Marlon street, Dnwner Landing, owned, and for several seasons occupied, by Edward T. Nichols. H number of prominent Cambridge Univtrsallsts were present, on Monday at the n.-etlng of the tlniversallst Ministers' Club at College Mill...

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