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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.---NO. 11. { JAMES COX, Editor and Proprietor. } CAMBRIDGE. MASS., JUNE 11, 1887. { Terms, in advance, $2.00 per annum. } PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Press, %\}t <|ambri&ge gress SATCBIIAV. JUNE 11, 1887.

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Father Plays Base Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Father Plays Base Ball. "One ball!" That was what the umpire said. The umpire was blessed with fluffy blonde hair that streamed in a golden shower from under a knowing little cap of blue and white flannel. The umpire's costume was of white flannel, trimmed with blue, cut without any bias, as an umpire's costume should be, and altogether about as neat a thing as was ever seen on the ball field. Tlie umpire's eyes were as blue as the sunny skies of Italy, and there was a pair of peachy pink cheeks under the eyes, and a delicate little nose, piquantly celestial in its inclination; strawberry lips, and teeth whiter than the cover of a brand new ball. And there wasn't a man in the game who would have disputed the umpire's decision for any honor known to the glorious national pastime. There wasn't one of them who wasn't glad to get out just to hear the delicious ripple of that musical voice as it said:— "Striker out!" And why was all this? Sir Walter Scott remarks in "Kenilworth" "All for...

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Gems of Truth Gathered by H. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Gems of Truth Gathered by H. When a nation forgets her illustrious dead the shadows of decay have already come upon her. Flowers are God's beauties. They rest us when weary, comfort our sadness and inspire our dulness. , Concealed enmity is more to be dreaded than open hostility. Success comes only to those who work hard for it and so deserve it. Kind words are an education—they will enlighten the darkest intellect. The surest way to gratification is to remove the thorns from the path of others. It is the greatest happiness to add to the happiness of others. Truthfulness is the corner stone of character. Never crow over a vanquished foe. He that judgeth us is the Lord.

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Something Boys Should Be Taught. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Something Boys Should Be Taught. A boy should be taught the difference between mine and thine, and that nothing can be gained of permanent value for which he does not pay an equivalent. They should be taught to care for themselves so that they may keep their manhood honest, and their characters stand the test of time and judgment of eternity. They should be taught the principles of mortality, honesty, truth and uprightness, and when a boy can say "That which I have earned has been done with clean hands, and no man or woman has received any injury from me," he is conscious of a pure heart and upright manhood. The knowledge of truth is the great object of education. In the acquirement of truth boys will have a possession against which millions of earthly wealth count as nothing.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

—Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself and superior to all other preparations in strength, economy, and medicinal merit.

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"Christ Before Pilate." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

"Christ Before Pilate." Few more impressive sermons have ever been preached in our midst than the one now glowing from Munkacsy's vivid canvas in Horticultural Hall, Boston, a study of such power that the soul bends in reverence before it, while the silent hush that prevails, the suppressed whisper, the bated breath speak eloquently of its effect on tbe awe-struck worshipper at this shrine of religious art. For art certainly in its highest type is here displayed, in fine conception, lofty ideal and wonderful execution. Its grouping of figures is also most admirable, in the even balance of animation, in the happy escape from any dead level of surging heads among the populace. Yet the painting speaks less to the eye than through it to the heart. Art in its external, technical meed of praise is here subordinate, as it should be, to the marvellous interpretation of the most momentous scene in the world"s history, a trial where the ruler is accused—of his own conscience and conviction of...

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The Difference. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

The Difference. It is interesting to note the difference, in one respect, in the mental structure of the average boy and girl; the different aspect assumed in one and the other, by the selfconsciousness peculiar to both sexes at about the age of 18 or 19 years. In the boy it almost invariably takes the character of conceit; while frequently amusing, it is also often really painful to hear a callow youth, who knows comparatively nothing, talk as though the secrets of the universe had been confided to him; to hear him coolly condemn systems of belief or action in reference to which the wisest men of all ages have been chary in expressing rash opinions; to listen to his confident condemnation of individual characters of whom he really knows nothing whatever. This we do not think is a common weakness with young girls; their prevalent small vice is vanity rather than conceit, and we confess to finding this, far more excusable and endurable than the folly of their brothers of which we hav...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

—The Mayors of the cities of the Commonwealth sat down to their monthly dinner at Young's Hotel on Saturday, and had Gov. Ames as a guest, who made a characteristic address. Mayor Russell alluding to the enforcement of the laws remarked: "In regard to the liquor question, while I am not responsible for the no-license law in my city, I am responsible for its enforcement there; and, whatever my opinion may be as to the wisdom of a prohibitory law, there never was any question, in my mind, as to what my duty should be in the enforcement of that law, and as long as I am responsible, as the executive of Cambridge, that law shall be thoroughly and honestly and vigorously enforced.''

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Hawkins Lodge of True Templars. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Hawkins Lodge of True Templars. The Hawkins Lodge of True Templars received a visit from the "Helping Hand Temperance Association" of Boston Friday evening of last week and a good time was enjoyed by all. There was good singing, speaking and readings, after which, an excellent supper was discussed. About two hundred were present. If any one wishes to join a live temperance club, the old Hawkins is the one for work. The committee of which Mr. Edwin Stone was chairman have reason to be proud of the way the affair was managed and carried out. Long may Hawkins Lodge of True Templars flourish, and be a great help to the temperance army, that will eventually drive rum out of this State. God speed the time. B.

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Children's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Children's Day. Children's day at the Grace M. E. Church will be exceedingly interesting to-morrow. At 10.30 o'clock A. M., Prof. M. Buell' Dean of the Theological School of Boston University will preach on "Education." Prof. Buell always delights and instructs his hearers. At 3P. M., the pastor, Rev. N. B. Fisk will preach to the children; Subject, "The Lost Boy." In the evening at 7 o'clock the annual children's day concert will take place. A fine programme will be presented and the church will be appropriately decorated. A baptism of children will occur immediately before the afternoon sermon.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Accidents and how to deal with them, and other valuable medical information, will be found in Dr. Kaufmann's great Medical Work; elegant colored plates. Send three 2-cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway & Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free. A Russian nobleman died recently whose name was too long to be sent by cable, but it is gravely asserted that he could shell an ear of corn with it, and have enough left over for a barbed-wire fence, a nail claw and springs for a tmatress. —The life-giving properties of Ayer's Sarsaparilla have established its well-earned reputation and made it the most effectual and popular blood purifier of the day. For all diseases of the stomach, liver and kidneys, this remedy has no equal. Price $1.

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Alarm 26 Saturday forenoon waa oocasioned by a slight fire in a dwelling on School street. —George H. Mackay has sold to Wm. Mackay, for $5,449, one undivided half of land on North avenue. —Alderman Joseph A. Ball has been elected treasurer of the Boston Sugar Refining Company in place of Alfred Wlnsor, resigned. —Alarm 9 Tuesday morning was pulled in on account of the burning of a quantity of clothing in a house in Lechmere Block, Bridge street. —John Lennon, auctioneer, sold on Monday the well known Ross House, corner of Main street and Broadway, for $7500. John F. O'Brien was the purchaser. —J. S. Snow(?) of this city was awarded a shooting suit valued at $30 for excellence in trap shooting at the tournament held at Wellington last week. —Mr. Elmer E. Slocomb gave a party at his residence, 119 Washington street, on Tuesday evening, to a number of his friends, the occasion being his twenty-sixth birthday. —Hon. Robert O. Fuller and Prof, B. A. Gould of this cit...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

IT'S a very simple and yet scien - tific fact that the same tobacco can't be equally good for both chewing and smoking, any more than bread can be good to satisfy thirst or water to satisfy hunger. A smoker wants tobacco for smoking, and a chewer for chewing ; and for chewing there is no tobacco equal to Flnzer's "Old Honesty." It contains 20 per cent. more than any other brand of similar quality; and so it's the cheapest as well as best. Every plug has a red "H" tin tag. Get the genuine of your dealer. Made only by John Finzer & Bros., Louisville, Ky. ADJUSTABLE WINDOW SCREENS, WIRE CLOTH, HAMMOCKS, HAMMOCK CHAIRS. BURDITT & WHITE'S. CENTRAL SQUARE, ----- CAMBBIDGEPORT WM. H. WOOD & CO. -DEALERS IN - Lumber & Building Materials OF ALL KINDS. We offer a special bargain in SHAVED RED CEDAR SHINGLES, Durability unequalled by any other kind of wood. GUTTERS FROM OREGON PINE, Best Gutter to be had in this market. Lengths to 45 feet. RED CE...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

"EIGHMIE" SHIRT AGENCY. THE CELEBRATED "EIGHMIE" PATENT DRESS SHIRT. This Shirt is guaranteed to fit and set better than any Shirt Made to Order. Every person knows that the set of the bosom and neck-band is the principal part of a shirt. The "Eighmie" Patent Shirt is made only from the best material. for first class trade. The bosom can be worn a week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. Price, Unlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. The "Eighmie" Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wamsutta Muilin, 1900 Linen bosom. Price, Unlaundered, 75c.; Laundered, $1.00 Each. FOR SALE ONLY BY JOHN M. JORDAN, Beware of Infringements, use none unless Stamped G. D. EIGHNIE, PAT'D FEB. 8, 1878 98 COURT STREET. opp. Sudbury, BOSTON. FRANK McHUGH. MARBLE AND GRANITE WORKER Monuments. Headstones. Tablets, etc, etc. Cemetery Work of every description a specialty. No. 43 MAIN STREET, - - CAMBRIDGEPORT. my7—3m Next door to the Transfer Station, near West Boston Bridge. For the Lad...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

FOR LATEST IDEAS IN _I<3_ Cl<_s# VISIT L. D. WALKER'S N"E W STORE, COR. OF TREMONT STREET and HAMILTON PLACE, BOSTON, Formerly 26 Temple Place.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Why did the Women of this country use over thirteen million cakes of Procter & Gamble's Lenox Soap in 1886? Buy a cake of Lenox and you will soon understand why.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

We learn with pleasure that Rev. Dr. Wm. Howe of this city, who was taken dangerously ill at Minneapolis while attending the anniversaries, is now improving and hopes soon to recover his health sufficiently to return to his home. The Xew York Press Association holds its 31s( annual convention this year, in Boston, June 14lh to ltiih. The members will visit this city on the ltith and will be cordially received by Mayor Russell and a committee of the city council, who will extend courtesies on behalf of the city. The Legislative salary bill, by which certain members of the General Court expected to obtain $1000 each for service as Representatives, received a telling set-back on Tuesday. Eighty members were recorded for the bill and one hundred and nineteen against it. Politically twentyeight Republicans and fifty-one Democrats favored, it, and ninety-seven Republicans, twenty Democrats and two Independent Democrats were in opposition. Of the Cambridge Representatives Mr. Perkius was t...

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Gen. Shepard's Oration. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Gen. Shepard's Oration. We hear some slight criticism of Gem. Shepards Memorial D.iv a*l-irc--s, on the ground that it revived unpleasant memories in an era of peace aud conciliation. We have small sympathy with such feelings. Facts are always stern obstacles (a get round, and it seems to us that the day especially devoted to memories of the martyrs of the great struggle for freedom and the unseveml I'nion. was the best time in-the world to revive iv the memories of survivors, and to kindle iv the licaits and minds of the young, the recollection and the thought of the causes that led to the fratricidal war: and it is in.iiitfe.-tly impossible to accomplish this without distinct and uncomplimentary reference to those Southern soldiers and politicians— especially- the latter—who are so largelyresponsible for that awful expenditure of blood and treasure. Gen. Shepard did hiwork faithfully and well, and his oral ion is a valuable addition to our catalogue of historic aud eloquent Memori...

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Safe in the Hearts of the People. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Safe in the Hearts of the People. It is gratifying to see the ■lliabllllill evidences that the fame of liraut —despite rivalry" and vUliflcation, indisputably the greatest military leader of modern, of rather of recent days—is secure in the popular heart. A correspondent of ihe Sauday Tribune of Minneapolis makes the following stalciin-iit fiom the lips of ( 01. FieJeric Grant, the lieneral's -on : **_taee my father was buried. I know that no: a faded bud taken from his tomb lias been thrown away."* This coriespondent tell;, us that in addition to the Iloral offenng-furui-hed by the licneiai's family, lowers of all descriptions, in every conceivable form aud design, are daily sent to be placed iv and about the famous sepulchre in Kiv-er.-ide Park, from all --ectiotis of the I'iiion. and that these dowers, after their lir-t freshness is gone, are eagerly sought, to be kept by the vi.-itors to this national shrine a» mementoes of the great American whose iuoit.il remains lie buried th...

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