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Cambridge Lodges. Clan Mackintosh No. 13, Order of Scottish Clans. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Cambridge Lodges. Clan Mackintosh No. 13, Order of Scottish Clans. Tlie Order of Scottish Clans i« composed •f Scnti linn n and ibelr Immediate descendants, above tbe age of eighteen year*. The object* of tbe order are like the bills and dell* of "Auld Scotia," grand and broad, including within their scope the highest attributes of humanity, benevolence, providence and love of country. Tl ere Is probably no class of men who have auch a strong and manifest love for their native l;.nd a* ha* the Scotchman. Many years ago, aud before the reign of Edward I. of England, who first occupied the throne In 1272, Scotland was divided into clanships to the number of about one hundred, alx y-flve of which may be considered as prominent in the many battle* f.iraup'emacy fought between their representative clansmen. The Order of Scottish Clans I* designed to perpetuate a history of which every Scotchman tbOuld feel proud. The head of a clan was called a chief, and attained that position by being ...

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

Visitation. Mt. Sinai Lodge No. 160, I. O. O. F., paid a fraternal visit to Cambridge Lodge, Tuesday evening, at it* hall in Hyde's block. Tbe "goat was brought Into requisition, two candidates receiving the second degree. Plates were laid In the banquet ball for two hundred, the tables being loaded down with good thing* which Immediately disappeared under tbe raking flre of the opposing forces. Dr. Milligan waa then Introduced as toastmuter. He called upon Brother Whitney of Ml. Slnal, who hoped the friendly feeling between Mi. Sinai and Cambridge lodges would always continue. Noble Grand Sev- erance of Cambridge Lodge welcomed Mt. Slnal In a few well-chosen words, and was in turn followed by Brother Walter X. Fobes, Paat Grand Bowers and Captain Eaton of tbe visiting lodge, each with wellchosen sentiments on the good of tbe order. Paat Grand William H. Martin of Cambridge Lodge gave a facetious five-minute talk, Including, of course, one of those short stories for which he Is *o d...

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Anniversary of Victor Lodge, Knights and Ladies of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Anniversary of Victor Lodge, Knights and Ladies of Honor. Victor Lodge No. 600, X. and L. of H„ celebrated Its fifth anniversary Wednesday evening wiih an entertainment, supper and dance at its hall, 603 Main street. The entertainment consisted ol an overture by Wlggin's orchestra; reading, Brother 11. E. Lombard; song, Miss Geitrude Cheney, wiih violin obligato. Miss Cheney's selection was rendered In a very artistic manner and called for well-merited applause. Miss Ks in brook of Chelsea then rendered "Ostler Joe" in ajvery pleasing manner. Then followed a song by Miss Dillaway of Somerville; Instrumental music by the Highland Club of Boston; character song, "Gypsy Queen," with tambo, in costume, by Miss Florence Bigelow; reading, Miss Estabrook; song, Miss Dillaway; song, Mr. Kingman; closing with a grand march by the Highland Club, proceeding to the banquet hall, where Miss Martha X. Jones had prepared a bountiful repast. After supper dancing was in order until one o'clock. The ...

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

Notes. Division No. 5, A. O. of 11., meets tomorrow at 3 o'clock. I'ont'iiiah Tribe No. 11 worked the Hunter's degree on two candidates last Friday. The "adoption" ceremonies are in order for the next meeting of the Red Men. Sick claims to the amount of $075 were adjusted by Branch No. 34, lion Hail, Monday evening. Chailes River Encampment No. 22, I. O. O. F., met last evening aud transacted the usual business. Mr. D. F. Smith of 118 Auburn street is organizing a new branch of the Knights and Ladies of Honor. Cambridge Colony, Pilgrim Fathers, have a basket party at Cambridge Lodge Hall, Thursday evening. North Avenue Lodge No. 548, X. of 11., is to have a progressive euchre party at Its hall next Tuesday evening. Division 15, A. O. of 11., of East Cambridge, will hold an entertainment at Institute Hall, Friday evening, April 22. Betheada Lodge, I. O. O. F., of South Boston, visits Friendship Lodge one week from Monday and will receive a royal welcome. Assessment No. 76, from Branc...

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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Military and Grand Army Notes. Company B, Kirst Regiment,-now has a full complement of members. The minstrel show at Lyceum Hall, which Is to be given by Post VI, Fast day, promises to be. a success. Citizens of Cambridge are about lo purchase a Hag and set of guidons to be presented to Post 180 at an early date. Post 30 is making preparations for an entertainment on a grnntl scale, to take place at Union Hall, April 15. the proceed* to he devoted to their relief fund. Company 1), Kirst Regiment, will be Inspected Monday evening at its armory iv Central square. Col. Currier of tlie governor's staff will lie the inspecting officer. Department Commander Nash has issued General Orders No. 3, in which he appoints Past Commander Halcoin of Post .">i and James X. Odell of Post 80 to positions on his staff. Senior Vice Commander John S, Sawyer and Comrades Charles 11. Tower, Kred W. Hagar, P. 11. Raymond and J. 11. Webber will look after ihe interests nf Post isii. Memorial day....

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Captain Robert L. B. Fox. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Captain Robert L. B. Fox. Captain Robert L. B. Fox died at bis residence, 717 Cambridge street, Fr'day morning of last week, at 10.30 o'clock, from apoplexy. Captain Fox was born In Cornwallls, Nova Scotia, in 1826, and was consequently sixty-one years of age. He was a son of Lieutenant James Fox of the Royal Navy, Captain Fox was a harness maker by trade, at one time occupying the first position in the old firm of Baker A Co., saddlers, of Boston, afterwards establishing a business of bis own in East Cambridge, selling out the same to accept the position of foreman with Adams A Illsley of Tremont street, Boston, which position he held at the time of his decease. He has been long and favorably known in connection with the Cambridge City Guard, being a member of that organization in 1850, and receiving an honorable discharge in 1851. After the war ho re-enlisted and served faithfully In various positions until May 22, 1807, when he was commissioned first lieu tenant, from which posit...

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

West Somerville. Mr. David Bulger is improving in health. Mr. George W. Storer has been appointed general passenger agent of the Boston A Lowell railroad. At the meeting of the Welcome Club, Monday evening, after the usual hour of business, various games were indulged in by all present. Mrs. B. li. Russell has gone to Philadelphia to superintend the printing of her recent translation from the French of Madame Guyon'a Commentary ou the Book of Job. Madame Guyon gives the mystical or spiritual .sense of the scriptures, and she regarded the hook of Job as a perfect mirror of the interior life. An event which is looked forward to with lively interest, is the production by a talented home company of Ihe stirring threeact drama, "Nevada, or the Lost Mine," at Clarendon Hall, April 8, Three of the most popular members of the Somerville Bicycle Club will give their valuable assistance in Ihe presentation of this, their great success of last winter. From what we have seen of tho droll specia...

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Among the Ball Players. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

Among the Ball Players. John Clarkson will again pitch for Chicago. Gilligan will catch for the Capital City Nine. Charles Smith will play second base for Pittsburg. Keefe will pilch for Mow York. He left Cambridge on Tuesday to report at headquarter*. Corkery, who was last year a member of the Franklins, has as yet not signed wiih any club. Dnlan and Flack are to go to Salem, and Burke, Smith ami Kelley of last, year's Franklins are to play with the Boston Blues. Walter Haekell has signed to play second base with Hartford, and left for that city yesterday, lie will play his lirsl game Tuesday al Brooklyn. Gardner, who played with ihe Charleston, ,8. C, team tut season, is negotiating with the iloston Blues and will probably sign with them at an early date. The bull players are now pnltlna! In some good woik in the gymnasium*. .Myrtle Hacked. Ihe fatuous catcher, ha* been assigned lo Indianapolis, bill has come to no agreement with them In regard lo bis salary. He lias been telegrap...

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

The lie. ItiisroN SIIMIAV 111.inn will .'olll.'llii an lllust i.ited arti'leon ' Itolililes" h. Hint i opular wr1t..r,;.l IV. Clarke, whose recent sketches lv TllK llosrii.N Si miav 'li.'ilik linvo been so widely sail. Kvery man ilnil wniiisti, boy and girl whn luis a hobby "i lnis ii fiien.l whli a Imbby will en|oy IBM article.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 2 April 1887

**> J/ s\ <sii){ of ped.uty «Bcccau/-e of itf i*oijq6 e<igt|f, Jf\°°th bWe Bvo<3 <Jenep».J &6^p*&bi,itv T %T/ecupiog fye&ltf) <\r><3 beiMj«V to^e ¥)°iyef fi*>t of Jtreogth it i/ ffefiffi a.o<j vi/iil — o/ 9 ~ X |&/ety .Betfcufe it B*% ifxe/W &q6 will not- dnuviog M <W"j:ifcfc,ei;o do. LUXURIES TORTTHTIantEJ DE FERRARI & LAGORIO, DKALBRS IN FOREIGN JH "JrCTTITS NATIVE THE BEST AND CHOICEST Florida Oranges, Malaga Grapes, Itfew Strawberries, BANANAS. v ' 6 HOWARD STREET, - - LAMSON & HUBBARD, MAMKAII IIIMIS A.VII HKTAILKHB. >- m z sWßrltfl H < ■ ■ *Mb\W 5 v- ■; H.M > ■ol — ■;■■ Z -I Corner BEDFORD and KINGSTON Street., BOSTON. LIVE MEN r D^i D . To tnke orders for our tre*s and a foil line of nursery stook. Only those orer 25 years of ane who •hi. fur...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

THE CAMBRIDGE TRIBUNE ' VOL. X....N0. 5. CAMBRIDGE, MASS., SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1887. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 'FCA^BWDCE-'T^IBUNE f * ' PUBLISHED KrXRT gATUMDAT AT HARVARD SQUARE, CAMBRIDGE, MASS. Bubsorlption far eat y*ar, ■ • • • •180 Slagl* Copies, 6 Mats By mall free of Posttg*. * Th* Tribune Is printed and mailed Friday afterbooo and evening, and reaches subscribers In Cambridge, Boston, and the towns of Southern Mld(Uasez, on Saturday morning. It Is for sale, at five oents a copy, at the following news stands: Old (Jahiikiduk: A nice Brothers, Harvard Sq.; J. H. Grant, Hoi worthy street, Mt. Auburn. CAMiianiOKi'oitr; Mr. Shedd, 654 Main street; ' G. E. French, 888 Main street; F. 1.. Beunke, BBS Main street and 27 River street; F. A. Clark, corner Main and Pearl streets; A. P. Greenleaf, 469 Main street; Frank Sayre, 405 Main street; I.l>. Thomas, 154 Harvard street; H. B. Ingalls. SMVi Broadway; J. N. Conrad, 331 Broadway; A. B. Parker, 10 Inman square; Cambridge B. It. Tr...

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AT THE BUTTS. FAST DAY MATCHES OF COMPANY B. FIFTH REGIMENT. Good Weather Conditions Bring Out Some Excellent Scores. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

AT THE BUTTS. FAST DAY MATCHES OF COMPANY B. FIFTH REGIMENT. Good Weather Conditions Bring Out Some Excellent Scores. Since last fall there ha? been a general waking up In rifle practice among the members of the Cambridge City Guard, and, as a result, they sent a team to Framingliam to compete In the annual State shoot which excelled all former teams sent by that company In the number of points scored, they making a total of 154 out of a possible 245. On Saturday, October 13, of last year, they secured another scalp for their belt by defeating tho Massachusetts Guard team in a close contest for the "Tribune Trophy," winning by the score of 162 against 158 for their opponents. When we consider the fact that 193 points was the largest score ever made at the Statu competition It will be easily seen that we have within our city, men that are rapidly pushing their way Into the front rank of military riflemen. . Since last fall strenuous efforts have been made to secure suitable land for ...

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Lieutenant Robert B. Edes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Lieutenant Robert B. Edes. Lieutenant Robert B, Edes joined the old First Hegiment In 1871, prior to its being changed to the First llattalion, and served with his regimental the Huston fire In 1872. He was appointed sergeant in 1871, elected second lieutenant of Company F, Fiftli Regiment, in -'uly, 188.1, and detailed as acting Inspector of rifle practice, lie was elected first lieutenant In July, 1881, and In isst;, upon the passage of the bill establishing the office of Inspoclor of rlflo practice, he was appointed to that position on the staff of the Fiftli Regiment by Col. Bancroft. Lieutenant Edes began to use tho rifle In 1871, and although still a young man, is * veteran rifle shooter. Ho was a member of the team from Company C, First Regiment, which won the Providence tool cup forth* lirst lime In 187 ft; receiving a silver modal from the Stale. In 187 ft, he went West and entered the employ of the government, serving on the plains several years, using his rifle constantly...

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Exciting Church Meeting. TWO MEMBERS OF THE SOCIAL BIBLE CLASS CENSURED BY THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. FORTY MEMBERS WITHDRAW FROM THE CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Exciting Church Meeting. TWO MEMBERS OF THE SOCIAL BIBLE CLASS CENSURED BY THE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. FORTY MEMBERS WITHDRAW FROM THE CHURCH. The latest phase of the trouble within the First Baptist Church, Central square, is the censuring of Mr. Edgar 11. Champlin and Dr. A. A. Stocker for their participation in the alleged iinchurchly proceedings growing out of tttslr connection with the Social llilile Class. This action was taken at a special church meeting held in the vestry on Tuesday (Veiling. The meeting was presided over by the pastor, Hey. James McWhinnie, D. I)., and the object of the gathering was sufficient to call together a large number of parishioners. The meeting opened with prayer by several members, and reading of the eighth chapter of the First Epistle to the Corinthians, by the pastor, after which, in a few w irils, the chairman stated the matter for consideration. It was introduced by a report from the Standing committee, read by Deacon Holmes. This document reci...

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Sociable of the Social Bible Class. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Sociable of the Social Bible Class. A stranger accidentally stumbling into Austin Hall on Thursday evening, would have been struck witli several features, viz.: The large audience, the cordial greeting he would have received, the sociability prevailing and the genuine pleasure manifested on every hand. It was a sociable by the Social Bible Class. No one would have supposed from appearances that any trouble ever had raffled the brows of the society, or that anything disagreeable was impending. The society appeared true to its name as far as sociability was concerned. The semiannual election of olllcors took place early in the evening, resulting In the unanimous choice of Mr. Kdgar It. Chituplin as president by U."> voles, and the following balance of the ticket: Mr. Tniewortliy (Jerry, secretary; Mr. F. E. Flanders, treasurer; Dr. (i. \V. .tones. Dr. A. A. Stocker, Mrs. D. D. Leeds, Mr. X. 11. Hollon, Mrs. C, E. McKiiinoii. Mr. W. \V. Walker, vice presidents. On taking the...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

Monday maiked the ninth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Miillikiu, and a few of their friends wore Invited to pass the evening with them at I heir home, No. 180 Put nam avenue, in celebration of the occasion. Mr. Mulliken's associates in the Cambridge Electric Light Company, Messrs. Applogatc, Underwood and the Hurgess brothers, took advantage of the occasion to make him a present, selecting as the token that always handy article, a marble mantel clock, with bronze figure. Thla portion of tho programme was a complete surprise lo Mr. Mulllken, which was apparent from his "unutterable" appearance. The evening was spent very pleasantly, with, a collation, etc., until 11.110 P, M.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887

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