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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Cambridge Press. VOL. XXII.—NO. 1. I JAMES COX. I I Editor aad Proprietor, i CAMBRIDGE. MASS.. APRIL 2. 1887. I Terms, 1b advance, j I SS.OO per annum. < PRICE FIVE CENTS. Jfc*.- {Jj-H-ii SATURDAY. APRIL 2. 1887.

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TWO YOUNG FOOLS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

TWO YOUNG FOOLS. BY C. W. "I am right!" "1 beg your pardon; but your reasoning is entirely wrong." We were lovers and naturally we were having a quarrel. Now I might proceed to show how we 'made up,' and how everything became lovely, and bow we got married I might proceed to tell these things were it not for the simple yi t important fact that we were both of tin.- masculine gender, and this state of things would rather mar any sentimental romance that I might wish to tell. It was ihe evening before the great race, and we were sitting on the piazza of a hotel which looked out ovir the large bay in front. The calm sea. water was covered with yachts whose -reflecti'-ns on tbe still surface seemed lb double Ihe number of vessels. The beautiful though dim outlines and the tall .tapering masts showed where the sailing-yachts were, while the stumpy, rakish masts and the occasional gleams from the polished brass work marked the steam yachts. Now and then a great swell came in from the ocea...

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Musicale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Musicale. The following programme was given by Mr. E. L. Gurney and purpils on Monday last, at the residence of Bepresentative C. G. H. Benniuk, No. 16 Lee Street. Overture, "Semlramlde," . Rossini Miss Mabel F. Thayer and Mr. Gnrney. Fairies' Waltz Pridham Miss Hattle O. Eadie. Beading, "Biddy's Troubles," Miss Mary Blair. Danube Blver, .... Richards Master Frank Danforth. Whirlwind Mattel Miss Margaret B. Leavitt. Cornet Solo, "last Chord," . Sullivan Mr. George A. Parmenter. Sonatina, ..... Mozart Master Willie A. Forbes. Reading, "Sweet Home," Miss Blair. Johann Sebastian Bach, (his life and works.) Mr. £. L. Gurney. a. Sarabande, .... Bach e. Gavotte, . . . . . Bach Master Ernest W. Bennink and Mr. Gurney. Italian Concerto Bach Miss Nettle A. McKlnnon and Mr. Gurney. Beading. " Whistling in Heaven," . Mis. Blair. Cornet, "Magnolia Serenade,', . , Mlesud Mr. Parmenter. Chlclpipinlni. .... Hoffman Miss £. Gertrude Spalding and Mr. Gurney. The sketch of the life of Bach was made i...

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Hawkins Lodge True Templars. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Hawkins Lodge True Templars. There was a real old-fashioned temperance meeting held Friday evening, 25th inst,, in G. A. B. Hall, 573 Main street, by the old Hawkins Lodge with its sixty members and friends, the old veterans ot the war who used to do all tbe fighting and all the talking, and carried on the great work ot temperance sixteen years ago in Williams Hall, under the generalship ot the late Samuel C. Knights and Cyrus X. Morse, when it cost something to be an active working temperance man. A few of that cold water army that are left, assembled with the Hawkins Lodge and a good time was had, and started the fire again for the great cause of total abstinence and the crushing out of rum and all its allied monsters from th# city. The meeting was called at 7.30, and the W. C. gave an address of welcome to all, then a duett on the piano and harmonica by Messrs. Bodd and _Ha_)ett, which was received very acceptably. Then came a sensible speech from nature's nobleman, O. J. Band, w...

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A New Business Concern. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

A New Business Concern. The Boston One Price Clothing Company makes its bow to the people of Cambridge and vicinity, and cordially Invites the public to its new store, 550 Main street, Odd Fellows Building, for an inspection of its large stock of men's youth's and boys clothing, hats and caps and furnishing goods. The company has removed its business from Charlestown owing to limited store facilities, and has made its advent here under circumstances which will give it ample room to transact its business with more favorable results. Mr. William M. Townsend, the manager, has long been identified with a leading manufacturing clothing house in Boston, and therefore is fully qualified to serve the public in the line of goods he represents. He is of good repute and comes well recommended, as patrons will find in their dealings with him. Holding prominent positions in society circles, he is well known as having travelled well to the east in search of that which was lost. Many of our citize...

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BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

BOSTON NOTES. March has been the month for celebrations of anniversaries of the several benevolent societies, the Odd Fellows having given a ball and entertainment at Odd Fellows' Hall, which was a very enjoyable occasion, and the Masons having also a large re-union. The wealthiest friendly society in the world is believed to he the "Unity of Odd Fellows" at Manchester, England. As an interesting fact to Masons, tbe seal of Erwin Stelnbacb, A. D., 1-76, is mentioned as the most aucient arraagement of the compasses, square and letter Gla existence. The coming "dog show" will be the largest ever held by the American Kennel Club Association. The celebrated pointer. "Nasso of Kippen," is to be shown, having won a large number of first prises. Aa. other noted poiuter Is "Robert le Diablo,** owned by the Highland Kennel of New York. The Woodbrook Kennels of Baltla more will also exhibit niueof their beagles The greatest of French actresses, Sarah Bernhardt, is soon to appear at the Hollts...

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Sons of Main. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Sons of Main. The sons of the Pine Tree State patterning after the natives of the Granite State, have organized an association with a large number of representatives from that State residing in Cambridge, and hope to add to its roll of membership every Maine man dwelling in this city. Tuesday evening a permanent club was formed and the following officers were elected: President. Gen. Edward W. Hlneks; Vice Presidents, Alderman Daniel E. Frailer and Capt. Mark J. Folsom; Secretary, McLaurin J. Pickering; Treasurer, John H. Webber; Executive Committee, Marshall X. Steams, Edwin H. Joee, Mark J. Folsom, Hiram Nevons. A constitution and by-law* were reported and adopted. The club starts off with 100 members.

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The Commander-in-Chief [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

The Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Army of the Republic, Major Geo. S. Merrill. Few remedies are better known ia this vicinity than Sulphur Bitters; their sale has been very general throughout this section, and the number of reliable and well attested cases of beneficial results and recovery by their use, is large and beyond dispute.

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

—Flattery is often a traffic of mutual meanness, where although both parties Intend deception, neither are deceived, since words that cost little are exchanged for hopes that cost lass. —"Cant eat a thing." Hood's Sarsaparilla ia a wonderful medicine for creating an appetite, regulating digestion and giving Htrength. —He is the greatest man who chooses the right with invincible resolution, who bears tbe heaviest burdens cheerfully,-and whose reliance on truth and virtue is the most unfaltering. —A slight cold often proves the forerunner of a complaint which may be fatal. Avoid this result by taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, the best remedy for colds, coughs, and all throat sad lung diseases.

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

gar t{i, fabies. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OP EVERY KIND. WABSWOHTH, EOWLAND & CO. 82 and 84 Washington 8., Boston. Furs! Furs! Ladles leavl.g off their Fur O.rmenu ran have taesa repaired much cheaper and better now than la tbe busy season. MRS. M. LARNER, M Pro.pact Street. Cambridceport. FRENCH DRESS WAITING. BRYANT'S, U WIBTUB BTBEET, • BOSTON. STRAW HATS. Ladles wishing to have their HATS AXD BONNETS KKHOOELLKD. To the Sprint and Summer Fashions. wiU Sad a fail assortment of shape, at POOL BROTHERS' MAT AMD BONNBT BLKACHKRY, 10. 16 HANOVEB STBEET, BOSTON. Saitnrii € arbi. W. A. CURRIE, D.D.S.J (SuravMß Dentist.) Office and Betidenoe, 613 Main Btreet. ! At Boston Dental College Friday Afternoons. WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Nurgeon .Dentist, j 613 Main St., Boom 1, Central Square, CAMBRIDGEPORT. a-aHeaee,—No. _8 Fay.tte Street. ! P. AUES. U..DBEI, Dwjitiaerifof Hiddlesei County, CAMBRIDGEPORT. MASS, OmcB: No. 813 Mais St. Telephone "-43. ; Boston Office : 23 Court Street, (Room It.) b...

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

Stbools—fflusttal. IT. St. JtHfii ACADEMY. CAMBRIDGE, . - - MASS. FOE BOABDEBB AUD DAT PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September (ith. For pro*pectus and further Information address, t MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Jos-Fa's Acadkbv ANNA M McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Ooncord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN YYaWKES, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE has resumed her Insuuctlons sine. Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN 81, Cambrit,gepor,. Coal anb ifi-loob. Coleman Brothers, DBAXE-SI IB iCO-ALieSic WOO_D jur.ti* una uß.u.v. ' LACKAWANNA, SHAMOKIN, and LVKENB j VALLEY FRANKLIN COALS, kept constantly on hand, at lowest market rates. Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds, < Always Ib stock. Wood sawed and split an; | length at short notice. Also butt ends, birch kinj dllags and sawdust at low prices. The Trade supplied with Buadl. Wood. Telephone _.-.. 7133. Orders by Mail or Telephone promptly attended to 91 Broadway, cor. of Sixth St. Aad .(Ml HSAIN ISTKKKT. GEORGE M. SMITH, Macce-a*. I* .ft. a.. SHITH * SON, D-A...

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

SHIRT AGICY. / ■ 1 THE CELEBRATED L pi "EH-HMIE"- \| |! DRESS SHIjRT. \O-\ 'j. <j?/ This Shirt Is guaranteed to fit and et better tkan say Shirt Made to \ ,; __•/ Order. Every person knows that the set of tbe bosom sad Desk-band 1. y__ Of th. principal pirt of a shirt. Tlie " El-rhmle" Patent Shirt la a).lis only -_/ from the best material, for first class trade. Th.bo.om eaa be worn a \ —. rJI week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. W . mf Price, Unlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \\ I j The "El_hmle" Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from TuuttUMui- \ \ II Ha, 1900 Linen bosom. \ * V J Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Eadt. J/ FOR SALE ONLY BY ♦ JOHN Ms JORDAN, Z3£a£s£Z -M <M""T BTRKKT. opp. Sadbiirr, BOSTON. HENRY C. BRINE. <_> £c c --______-___.. _.. = __^.. : , T ,. 9 T I BUY MoOALL'S QLOVE-FITTIIIG 2 00 BAZAR PATTERNS Q OF j Henry C Brine, * 485 Main Street, Cambridgeport, nf^\ OKA LIB I- — fjr Hosi...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 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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Page 1 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

_U I>. WALKER, Late of 26 Temple Place, has opened the new and elegant store COR. OF TREMONT STREET and HAMILTON PUCE, BOSTON, Where she is showing all the latest ideas in high class goods. Special opening Easter week. _$***•- Carriage Entrance, 1 Hamilton Place.

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

With this issue of the Prkss we enter our twenty-second volume, having attained the respectable if not patriarchal age of 21 years. Thanking our friends for many tokens of confidence and regard, we begin our new year witii a strong purpose to give fresh ground for their support aud favor. It is proposed that Dr. Albrecht of Boston be hired to suppress the professional gamblers in that city. He succeeded in placing two of them hors de combat one day this week, and it is thought that his services in that regard may be still further utilized. The cheating rascals are open to one argument—that of the revolver! Cambridge street* ami sidewalks are in an unusually favorable condition for the time of yetr. It is somewhat rash however to boast much yet; we can scarcely safely consider ourselves out of the woods till about the _oth of April; two or three snowstorms are by no means impossible before Easter. A Boston paper stated the other day that Dr. Meredith had accepted a call to succeed Be...

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An Amazing Combination. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

An Amazing Combination. A special dispatch in a recent issue of the Herald furnishes a brief account of a social dinner party given by Judge ..din Thayer of Worcester to the members of the Worcester County bar. If we remember rightly Judge Thayer is celebrated in history ;i- ilie Commander of the gallant army which thirty-four yeais ago. marched trots tinheart of the Commonwealth to the rescue of ihe fugitive slave Anthony Burns, iinuiii' ed iv the Boston Court House. Gei;. T'liaver resorted to no violent or illegal measure, for the release of the captive, but confined himself strictly to the tactics of the famous Commander of the army of Israel in lav ing seige to.lerk-lto. After marching round the Court house several times, gioans ami how Is doing duty for the scriptural trumpet-Wow-ing, the Worcester • ounty warriors returned quietly home, poor Burns remaining in the Court house. We refer to this old lime.-pi-sode merely to illustrate our belief thai Jndge Thayer-a worthy and abl...

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A Pleasant Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

A Pleasant Entertainment. The tirst of a series of entertainments inaugii-" rated by Wm. 11. Smart l'o«t Jo, G. A. X.. took place at its ball last Thursday evening, uuder the direction of Comrade Jann- X. Odill. chairman of "Good of the Order" committee. There was a good attendance and the audience was well entertained by the following pn>gramme: Army calls, by drum corps; instrumental selections. Bijou orchestra: recitation. "The Little Hero," Harry V. Armstrong: harmonica duet. Laws Brother-: recitation. "The Sergeant's story." James __, liu-bo-: -ong. F-lvvard Broiler-: ' recitation. "The Dandy Fifth," Wm. 11. O'N'eil: banjo solo and song. L. X. D-dmuii; recitation, "The Wounded Soldier," Harry V. Armstrong: violin duet. Messrs. Grant awl Kaula. with piano accompaniment by 11. W. Perkins: recitation. "Ihe S'arn of the Nancy Bell." James A. Hii-he.-. The selections were well received and heartily encored. The entertainment closed with remarks by Past IH-pt. Commander Ge...

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Camp Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Camp Fire. Friday evening of last week, comrade (ieorge S. F.van- of I'o-t. .'_>. G. A. It., ami Chief Clerk of the Railway Mail Service, visited Washington and was present at the twentieth anniversary ramp tire of Kit t arson Post No. 2. The entertainment was made a particular season of enjoyment, from the fact that a tine programme.was presented, which Included a series of addresses by Pension Commissioner John ('. Black, on "The Soldier:" by Editor W. A. ( rofl'ut of the Washington _*-*«, on "The Veteran." and by Comrade Kvaiis on "The Grand Army of the Republic." The address of Comrade Kvans was received with manifestations of great pleasure.

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New Uniform. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

New Uniform. A special meeting of John A. I.ogan I'ost IMS, was held at headi|uartei's. Odd Fellows Building. _4M Main ntrcct..Xh_rs<lay evening. There vva* a large attendance• of comrades. Action was taken upon the matter of procuring a uniform. and it was voted.hat a dark blue Mouse, light blue army regulation pantaloon, with dark blue cord ill side seam* and army cap and black licit 1»- adopted. The post also voted to provide itarh* with miniature hunting flag* with which to mark tbe graves of soldier* and sailors, instead of throwing away money for flowers, which soon wither, or are purloined by despicable tha-ves.

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