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God Bless Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

God Bless Mother. A little child with flaxen hair, And sunlit eyes, so sweet and fair, Who kneels, when twilight darkens all, And from whose loving Tips there fall The accents of this simple prayer: "God bless!— God bless my mother!" A youth upon life's threshold wide, Who leaves a gentle mother's side, Yel keeps, enshrined within bis breast. Her words <>f warning—still the best; And whispers, when temptation-tried— "God bles"!— God bleBS my mother!" A white haired man who gases back Along life's weary, furrowed track. And sees one faca— an angel's now!— Hears words ol light that led aright, And prays, with reverential brow: "God bless!— God bless my mother!" —Oeorge Cooper, in Brooklyn Afagaeine,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mr. F. L Temple's catalogue of his stock of trees, plants, vines, et;., should be examined by all Intending purchasers.

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

You ere cordially invited to inspect the FIMEST and MOST EXTENSIVE line of CHOICE FURNITURE in this country. PAINE'S FURNITURE CO. Salesroom, at Factory, AR CAN A I ST South Side Boston & Maine «*Q 1/AIIAIj O 1,, Depot, Boston. GREYSON & THOMPSON, Importers, tj 53 Temple Place, Boston, Chambers 3 and 4, AGENTS FOR WHITAKER & CO. AND HILL BROS., LONDON. GENTLEMEN ~~ WILL FIND THE BEST FABRICS Of English and American -manufacture, which are made to measure In the correct styles by skilful workmen, at the establishment of J. B. McALOON & CO., TAILORS, Bowdoin Square, Boston. SPECIAL NOTICE. In order to make room for SPUING GOODS will olobo out tbe balance of inj Winter Stock AT A GREAT SACRIFICE. . j. McDonnell, MERCHANT TAILOR. 8 Boylston St., Cambridge. H. E. FAIE3 & CO., IMPORTING SPECIALTIES IN Fine Tailoring. NEW STORE ON STREET LEVEL, ' 36 WEST ST., BOSTON, j An elegant line of Englith Trouierinffi, which wt tin v iniirk...

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

Laughton, McDonald & Co., Booksellers and Importer*, 131 Tremont Street, Boston, Mass. Desire to Invite the book buyer, of Cambridge and vicinity to visit their store, where will be found all the New and Standard Books In endless variety. We have unusual facilities for filling all order, promptly and intelligently. PROFESSOR ROYCE'S NOVEL. The Feud or Oakfleld Creek. A Novel of California. By Josiaii Royck, I'll. D., author of "California," in the series of American Commonwealths. 1 vol. lfimo, decorated cloth, $1.25. A story of great value as depleting unusually dramatic scenes and situations In California life, aside from Its Interest as a portrayal of character and of romantic eiperleuce. It promises to be one of the notable novels ol the season. ~» **'or tale by ail nnoknellers. Sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt afpr.ee by the Publishers, HOUGHTON, MIFFLIN & CO., Boston. ALL THE HEW BOOKS May be had, as soon at published at the University Bookstore, Harv...

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Pencillings. Announcement. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Pencillings. Announcement. Bijou Thbatbb. Today—"Bertha, the Sewing Machine Olrl"—2 and SP. M. Next tal-Wwton Brothers, In th. comedy of "Our Minstrel Bojrs — Zve., 8; nut. ever. J.j at 2. Boston Mns«o«. Today-., P. M., the Boaton Mumuiii Company, In "The M.glstraui;" 8 P. M„ ben.tlt of George VV. Wilson—"Cute" and "llooert Maeatre." N.lt week—Th. Museum Company. In "The Ou,'nor"—Eve., 8; Wed., Thar., and Sat. * pat.. 2. ' Boston Theatre. rToday— "All the Earth's •Specialty Paragons"—2 and 7.48 P. M. Next jraek—Monday ev-uliig. 11. A. M'Olen.n's benesTlt, Margaret Mather, In "Romeo and Juliet;" balance of week, Margaret Mather— Tues., "The Honeymoon;" Wed., "LsMb:" '1 burs, mat., "Lady of Lyon.:" Thura. eve., "Macbeth;" balance of week, lo be announced-Zve., 7.45; Wed., Tburs. and Sat. mat., 2. Globe Thbatbe. Today—Wilson Barrett, His- Katlake and London Pilncess Theatre < ompany— 2P. M., "Lady of Lyons;" 7.45 P. M., " I'he Color Sergeant*" • Cbatterton" and "A Cleitcal E...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Another week with neither new play nor player upon the Boston stage, a contrasting forerunner of the following week of unusual splendor. Plnero's three-act farce of "The Magistrate" was recalled to the Museum stage, Monday evening, and it is unnecessary for us to repeat at length wbat has been said about it. The worst things that can be Said about It are the rather cheap farcical "engagements" and the methods of turning plot, incident and situation on au axle of nothing. The best things about it are its sparkling wit, improved ludicrous opportunities, really funny dialogue, and the nearest approach to "refined horse play" possible. From a laughable poiut~ef view It is, and deserves to be, a success. The piece is acted with that old-time snap and even excellence which one confidently expects of Ihe Museum company. Mr. Wilson, as the Magistrate, gives an impersonation exceedingly clever, and he Is deserving of much praise for one of the most absurd, ingenious and original "makeups" se...

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For the Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

For the Ladies. Pattern dresses are among tbe most stylish new spring styles and promise to be very generally worn the coming reason. Long scarf draperies, shirred or pleated at tbe nip, and ending in a point below, held by a large qntette, or bow of ribbon, are conspicuous features of tbe new Bengallne and cashmere dresses, and are suitable for any soft fabric. Young ladies will wear close-brimmed straw hats, not only with their tailor gowns and for travelling, but for afternoons, with cashmeres, and with the silk dresses that are to be much more generally worn than they have been since fine thin wool good* came Into favor. Cashmere basques have their edges corded with the cashmere. Silk basques are plainly faced, or are piped with silk or with velvet. Two leaf points, two battlemented pieces, or two hollow pleats, shortest In the middle, and showing a velvet facing, are on the back of new basques. A light weight fabric for ladles' tennis suits is in various light tints and In plea...

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Mrs. W. Ivers [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Mrs. W. Ivers Will have an Kaster opening of rires* bonnets and round bat ,at her rooms, 440 Harvard square, on Monday and Tuerriay, April 4 and ft, to which all are cordially Invited.

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Lexington. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Lexington. The Riumll House is to reopen about the first of Hay, aud will hare the usual complement of boarders no doubt The ladles of the Hancock Church had a successful sale and aupper at the Massachusetts House on Wednesday evening. Robins, bluebirds and "pussy willows" are about the only "sign* of spring" thus far to be scon in town. And the oldest Inhabitants only are able to remember so long and unpleasant a winter. The ladle* of Kast Lexington gave a very enjoyable and largely attended "old folk's dance and supper" on Friday night of last week. It was one of the most unique and successful entertainment* ever given there. Tbe renovated and refurnished rooms of the Massachusetts House are being engaged for the summer; and this house promises to be even more popular under its new and experienced landlord than it has been in the past. Rev. Edward G. Porter at last relieved the anxiety of bis parishioners on Sunday by reading a reply to their vote asking that he would reconsider h...

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Stanton and the President. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Stanton and the President. We quote the following anecdote from "Recollections of Secretary Stanton" by a clerk of the War Department, in the March Century: "When Mr. Stanley, of North Carolina, was appointed military governor of his Stjte, the Secretary of War caused to be filled out one of the blank forms used for notifying military nominees of their appointment to office by the President, and when he had signed it and caused the seal of the Department of War to be attached to il, he concluded that it would be well to have the sign-manual of the President affixed to the instrument. He sent the commission to the White House, with the request that the president would sign and return It Immediately. Mr. Lincoln took the document and read it over carefully, and then began turning and twisting it about, as though in search of something. At last he handed it to the bearer and said, Ironically: " 'Did Mr. Stanton say where I was to put my signature?' " 'No, sir,' replied the astonished c...

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The Rebel Yell. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

The Rebel Yell. The author of the following poem from the March Century, 11. W. Taylor, of Terre Haute, Indiana, fought on the Confederate side during the war, and is a brother of 11. S. Taylor, of Englewood, Illinois, who was a Union soldier, and the author of "The Man with the Musket," published in the Century for July, 1880. Is this not a striking illustration of one factor of the war— mere locality? Tbe thirsty rnys of the July sun Drank the breath of the summer morning Over Utah fitfully blown From ponderous mountain lips of stone That seemed In urim prophetic warning Curled In a vast aud massive scorning, As if tbe roar of the morning gun, Tin- faint far crackle of distant rifles, Wore part of a sum of mortal trifles. Then woke Deseret*s mountain men At sound of an old familiar thunder, Woke with a quick heart-leap, again, Drew their brows in listening wonder, With eves of warriors gleaming under; For these were the soldiers of the South Drifted away on tbe wreck of battle To ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

MISS LILLIAN BULLOCK, VIOLIN TEACHER, 191 Harvard St., C.mbrl.l.e MISS ELLEN E. lIAWKES, Teacher of Piano, No. 613 Main Street, GAMBRipoEPORT. CALIXA LAVALLEE, formerly of tlie Conservatory of Parts, lias resumed Instruction on ihe Piano, Harmony ;in<l Composition, In classes or private lessons, al tbe Miller Hall, 156 Tremont 8t„ Boston. Applications may be marie at Henry F. Miller's, t'.tl Wa.ibifi|ft,on St., or at tbe Pet»'rstlea Academy of Music. ARTIBTB' MATERIALB Of Every Inscription. WADSWORTII, 110WLAND tt CO., 82 It 84 Washington St., Cats o/ues Fr... BOSTON. f>HAS. E. FRENCH, Art Stationer, 3 Park Street, Boston. Finest Linen Paper. Five quire, with envelopes for $1.00. Send for sample. ARTISTS' SUPPLIES Of Kvery Description, At FROST it ADAMS' Imoorters. 37 Uornhill, Boston. UNIVERSITY *J BINDERY, BRATTLE STREET, ETTINSON, E. W. OOK-BINDER, EST WORK. MUSIC, M All A FUNKS, PAMPHLETS, Etc., BOUND NEATLY, DURABLY AND AT REASONABLE RATES. Missing numbers...

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

'• •' : ~T I HE Ladies of Cambridge are L ' J cordially invited to attend the Easter opening of Trimmed Hats, Bonnets, and all sorts of imported millinery novelties, to be held at the store of VERNAL S. TAYLOR, 615 Main Street, Cambridgeport, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday, April 5, 6 and 8. The choicest display ever made at this popular millinery emporium. TUTIBS G. 8. FIBHER, Dressmaker, Is prepared to do work at residences, or at home, No. 3 Wallace Terrace, Cambridge. Ladies' Fancy Goods, General Dry Good*, and all kinds of Small Ware. A firtt-class Millinery Department will be added. Stamping will be made a specialty of. R. A. POWERS, 835 Main Street. J. It. Damk, Successor to E. A. LIBBY, IMPORTER OF RICH PARIS MILLINERY. MOURNING ORDERS RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION. NO. 19 TEMPLE PLACE, r BOSTON. MOTHERS Who wish their hoys fitted with the best and finest . CLOTHING At moderate prleea, will And satisfaction at the chambers of G. C. MOULTON & CO., 592 WASHINGTON STRE...

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

V. Ballard & Sons Are exhibiting for th. season new design. In STREET COBTI/NKB, KKKSKJ 00AT8 (with Strapped Seams), KlMNtt HABITS, COVEUT COATS. UOLHtIfS, (JLBTBI.B, Etc. Spring Importation, -Include a large and elegant variety of COSTUME CLOTHS, In plaids, stripes and tweeds. JACKETINGS, in Drab Kerseys, Diagonals, fancy Sootch cloths, etc. RIDING HABIT CLOTHS IN ALL GRADES. A special line of materials for YACHTING, TENNIS and MOUNTAIN DRESSES, which we are making at low prices. V. Ballard & Sons. Ladies' Tailors and Customers, NEW LOCATION, 96 Boylston Street, Boston. VINAL'B Park Riding ACADEMY, CORNER Newbury Street & West Chester Park, Boston. School Opens September 15th, 1886. Horses Carefully Trained to the Saddle for Ladles and Gentlemen. Saddle Homes to 1..v by ihe Month or Season Private Horses Hoarded at $7 per week, including use of Kldlnfi School. All Back Bay Cars Pass the Door, For further Information address W. A. McQIBBON. Manage...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

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Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Cambridge. Mrs. Prof. Horsford Is very ill with pneumonia. The Charles River National Bank has declared a 3 per cent. dividend. Rev. Dr. Hedge has been quite ill at his home on North avenue, but is improving. The old folk's concert at the Mt. Auburn Chapel occurs on Wednesday evening next. At the Shepard Memorial Church on Fast day, them will be preaching at 11 A. M. by Rev. Dr. McKeuzie. The Cambridge railroad conductors and drivers are being measured for their uniforms. The Arlington and Watertown horse cars commenced running on half hour time Monday. Col. and Mrs. W. A. Bancroft are receiving congratulatl >ns on : the advent of a daughter into their family. The O. C. T. W. A. will hold a meeting at O. A. R. Hall, Monday next, directly after school. All the children are invited. A heavy top dressing of loam i* being spread over the old burying ground, and the yard will then be sown to grass. Is it not about time the new bell tower of the Corlett Grammar School was palme...

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North Cambridge. Cambridge W. C. T. U. An Old Folk's Home. Old Folk's Concert. Vincent Ballard & Sons. Light-weight Overcoats. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

North Cambridge. Cambridge W. C. T. U. An Old Folk's Home. Old Folk's Concert. Vincent Ballard & Sons. Light-weight Overcoats. About $100 was realized from the I. O. G. T. fair last week. Mr. Joseph Newman returned from a Western business trip this week. Mr. Harry Upham, violoncellist, plays In Franklin, April 0, at the opening of the new opera house. The Y. P. M. A. connected with the Universalis! Church held a pleasant social meet. ing at the church vestry on Thursday evenlug. Miss Fannie Sprague is singing In Ihe Baptist choir iv place of Mrs. Stacey, and I here will also 08 a change in the tenor singer before long. Mrs. George X. Clarke, corner of Washington avenue nml Lancaster stic'vA, was "at home" on Thursday "f last week. Many friends from Boston, Needhmi, New ton and Cambridge were present lo gree' Ii rinher new house. Mrs. Dr. Oeorge Seth Morgan, nee Henderson, arrived In Cambridge from her wedding trip on Thursday, where she will remain until after the recept...

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Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Sons of Maine. Concerning Mr. E. W. Pike. The Mandarin Tea Company. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Cambridgeport. Y. M. C. A. Notes. Sons of Maine. Concerning Mr. E. W. Pike. The Mandarin Tea Company. A special meeting of the Wood Memorial Church will be h-ld on Monday night. Dr. Baldwin of East Boston will preach tomorrow afternoon at the Cottage-street M. E. Church. Rev. M. H. A. Evans of Granileville, Mass., preached last Sunday morning and evening at the Cottage-street M. E. Chuich. Rev. W. C. Richmond addressed a meeting at Ihe Sailor's Bethel, Hanover street, Boston, on Monday night, aud Mrs. Richmond sang. Easter Sunday will be observed at the First Universalist Church as heretofore, the usual concert of th 1 Sabbatb School being held in the evening. The Cambrldgeport churches will hold union services on Fast day a*, the Broadway Baptist Church, and the sermon will be preached by Rev. N. B. Fisk. On Tuesday evening, the Ladies' Sewing Circle and the Young People's Society of Christian Endeavor of the Cottage-street M. E. Church, gave a sociable. The subject of the missiona...

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