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Military and Grand Army Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Military and Grand Army Notes. Privates Cox and Knowlton of Company B, First Regiment, were among the competitors in the prize drill which was held In Tremont Temple, Fast day. J. W. Pierce, formerly treasurer of the National Lancers, has resigned that position to accept the position of paymaster on the staff of the First Battalion Cavalry. The regular meeting of Charles Beck Relief Corps, No. 2,was held at its hall last evening, the usual business being transacted. In the absence of Mrs. President Allen, the senior vice president, Mrs. L. F. Flowers, occupied the chair. An official communication lias been received from headquarters, anuounclng to Company B, Fifth Regiment, that at tbe recent winter Inspections held I', that regiment they still retnin their position at the head of tlie regiment. This is pleasant news. At the entertainment complimentary to the honorary members, which Is to be given in Union Hall by Company B, First Regiment, on the twenty-first of this month, the Fir...
Company B, First Regiment, Inspection. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Company B, First Regiment, Inspection. Company B, First Regiment, paraded three officers and forty-nine enlisted men at the State Inspection, held at Its armory, Monday evening. The men wore their full dress uniform, without the knapsack, which has not been worn at any of the State inspections this year. The company was properly formed for ceremonies, a handsome present being given Col. Currier of the governor's staff, who was Ihe Inspecting officer of the occasion. Then followed a most critical examination of the condition of uniforms, arms and equipment, which were found to be in excellent condition. Lieutenants Smith and Lombard each look a baud at drilling the company and acquitted themselves finely. Then followed a raking fire of questions to the men in relation to guard duty and general tactics, which were quite promptly and correctly answered.
The Temperance Orders. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
The Temperance Orders. Royal Arch Lodge, I. O. G. T., hail a very "pleasant meeting Wednesday evening. The exercises were made up of initiations and an interesting good of the order. Unity Temple of Honor paid a fraternal visit to the Si. John Temple last Wednesday evening. Tlie evening was spent iv speaking, recitations and singing, and a collation was sei ved. The friends of Mr. Charles W. Jones, connected with Mayflower, Unity and Minerva divisions, S. of T., tendered film a surprise parly at the residence of Mis. C. A. Elliott, on Wednesday evening, when iliey presented him with an easy chair. Afterwards a collation was served ami i very enjoyable evening spent in singing ami Sociability, Memorial services were held at Knights of Honor Hall, Thursday evening, March ill, In memory of the late Urn. Thomas F. Parke, a charier member of Memorial Lodge, I. O. G. T. The oration was delivered by Bro. Leonard of Salem, lirief remarks were made hy tlie.rmd recording secretary, and by mem...
A Case of Interest to Policemen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
A Case of Interest to Policemen. EOITOII Camiiuiihik Tkihunk.' A case was recently tried before Judge Hammond of Boston of Importance to pollcemon, the facts helm; substantially as follows: A constable In attempting lo serve a wrl: was assniilti'il by the landlady, tie called In the servh'i's of a policeman, who alio being assaulted, arrested her, taking ll«*r I" the station, where sho bogged of the captain to release her. at llie lime promising to take mi action ami drop the mallei if he Would do in. After soino li'isltaiimi ihe captain let her go without prosecution. She thereupon sti"il him and the arresting officer for 15,000, Mi. Ilartli'tl, counsel for the lady, contended that the offlcels were liable, us the promise was oral, and thai they had no right to release her without prosecution unless they took from her a re* ii'iise under seal. Froohian llnni, Em,., ot our city, defended tho officers ami contend* eil that, although the promise to lake no art ion anil drop the matter...
Eye-Glasses. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Eye-Glasses. Tii" import mo- of having irljnuted to tbe oy.-ri hy porsoni who are regularly fldOOkitOd optl« claim in readily uimHicd hy ttione who hare Invented In a half d ziu pfttff of spectacle* wlUiout milling their el it lit. A good pair of i/lnane* mid l*y HohirUtan II of no ua- to ilio ptiroli MOf, li.ieatino (he 000 wh i eelln bboril doOR not. know how t &gt; apply them. Ilr*. Kinnry \ &lt;;h ipmau, fIUT Main ntieet, heeld&lt; n having an immense ainorttneut of eyeglaaiiee alwayn on hand, know how to tU thorn to the evenlght. i'lu.ir g U art nf the Hnenf foreign and fimerlonn nnnaraoinra, while tiioir prtcei nr« moderate.
Spring Modes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
Spring Modes. Mount. Springer llrotherp, Kniex end Chauncy atreet*, meke their an iui.il aprlng announcement In our eolumim today. Tale heme Ii 100 well known to our lady roadern to nned miy cnntinendA ilon; ■ufl.oe It toeay, tfail thtdr rpring Aaeortmnut Inclinl.-R ell the new thing* In wmpi, jacket*, vI id ten, nnd ell kind* of out*, Mr* garment* for ladle*' wi'ur. Kow houne* In the eo.iniry hnve the fecill tlee for piecing the«e a Il et moderate price* DO their count-en M Imvh MtMri. Bpiluger Bndhem.
WEDDING RECEPTION At the Home of. Mr. Robert Henderson, Jr., on North Avenue. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
WEDDING RECEPTION At the Home of. Mr. Robert Henderson, Jr., on North Avenue. A wedding reception was given on Monday evening at the residence of Robert Henderson, Jr., No. 244 North avenue, by his daughter, Etta, and her husband, Dr. George Seth Morgan, who were married on the 23d ult. in response to the three hundred invitations sent out, nearly that number of people were present. The guests entered the house by way of the side entrance, and after proceeding directly upstairs, removed their wraps and descended the front stairs to the reception room. The couple received in the sitting-room, the ushers being Mr. Frank Henderson, brother of the bride, Mr. Fred. R. Dorr, Mr. Louis Tenney and Mr. James Smith. The rooms were aromatic with sweet-scented flowers, which covered the mantels and tables and peeped from numberless vases in every corner. J. Howard Richardson's Orchestra furnished music throughout the evening. The bride was dressed In a faille francaise silk, en train, draped wi...
"The Browning" Overcoat. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
"The Browning" Overcoat. Mont of our realer* will ndmlt, without much ).'iili-vini'. IhHt a etyllfh nprlng overcoat te of uiiinh hnportnuce on a ehllly iprtnf d»y« Th* Author of (ho "Blot on the 'Scutcheon" now enjoys the uolqnodistinction of having lmd one of thoee ■ervfeeahh* garment* named after him. Browning OrQtrl are ituinerniip, h&lt;it there In only one "Browning" overcoat. It In manufactured hy Meiarn. Spit* Bnw. s. Mofki lloxton, and la In all reepnete a ntyllnh Alld wall k girilietlt It Ii nmiiilfac lurid ffom durable welt put together. i run M.1 In the moat serviceable manner, and retell* at the moderate prlfll or fifteen dollar.*. Such an overcoat aa Ihe "Browning" !• a credit m the eiittrpiialuft 1n.1r.11.1-i1 who produce It., and thehii'py name they have given It II en IndloeMod of nbrewdnene on their pert.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
OVERMAN WHEEL GO. \j-mr r bicycles: VICtUr j TR | C YCLES. Highest Gade Known. Call and examine if yon want the best OVERMAN WHEEL CO., 182-188 Columbus Avenue, Boston.^ THESE CUTS ~t m \\\\\ HIGH COUNTER SHOES.M^^ j u ,t the thing for WEAK ANKLES. mm **m\m\ mw ROOP &amp; BYAM, 807 Main Street, - Successors to A. H. HOWE, ■ Cambridgeport. B. F. ROGERS, Grand Junction Flour «£ Grain Store, 267 &amp; 269 Main Street, Cambridgeport, Wlliil.r.SAl.R ASD BBTAIL IIKAI Kll IN Flour, Grain, Hay, Straw. £SS;2 TT" Ex,rn ttlifMa «« mt\j*mm\w*MVh Wjndeiiiere, • • • $,M|i^wi?ww!a
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 9 April 1887
AX GROVE FARM DAIRY, customer made was a customer saved and inevitable. Trade grew so fast that added Trade is still growing, and will continue to are pure milk, rich cream, the best butter, f fresh eggs, and cheese. Besides these, we ' have lately added Oak Grove sausages, ham, bacon, and canned corn. The sausages and corn go like hot cakes. Bacon is slower, but every customer who trie's it wants more. That and the sausages are from corn-fed pigs grown on the Farm, and can be recommended. Our prices are no higher than other dealers'. Often, indeed, less. But the quality of our goods is what talks, and rolls up our business. Send a postal card order and one of our wagons will call;. N. L. Martin, Superintendent Oak Grove Farm Dairy, Brattle Square, Cambridge, and 505 Main Street, Cambridgeport. We are just now selling as a high class specialty Fresh-Churned Butter from Oak Grove Farm. It is simply delicious, as all our customers say. We sell it in quarter-pound, half-pound, and poun...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Tribune — 16 April 1887
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