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THE HERALD AND THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
THE HERALD AND THE BRIDGE. In accordance with its independent traditions, the Boston Herald blows hot and cold in relation to tbe new bridge question. In direct contradiction to editorials printed some months since, that influential paper now distinctly advocates the payment of, ou our part, by far the larger share of the requisite expense of this great public improvement. We hardly need reiterate here our utter dissent from the Herald's views, or our lack of respect for its one-sided arguments. Its readers are respectfully referred to some of the former statements of its able editorial writers on this subject.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
As so frequently occurs, the holiday known as Fast Day comes this year the day before the great Church Fast of Good Friday, and suggests nnow the propriety of selecting the latter for the annual season of '-fasting, humiliation and prayer." By such an arrangement, the day, vow so misnamed and misused, would stand a much fairer chance of proper and soleiuu observance by people of all the various forms of religious faith. The good old cause of Irish nationality was grandly advocated iv old Faueuil Hall on Monday evening by such well-known and representative citizens as Gov. Ames, Senator Hoar, licv. Dis. Miner aud Barto!. Messrs. Brack.-it, O'Reilly, and others. The Boston Hoard of Aldermen concluded on Monday to confirm the mayor's nomination of &lt; aptaiu Richard F. Tobin as tire commissi--ner. Alderman Carroll was the only dissentient to the continuation. The new commissioner will assume the duties of Ihe office on May 1. He is now receiving ihe congratulations ol his many...
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. The idea of abridging the right* of employ.-* of the city l.v prohibiting them from making assignments of their pay. is not tin.lite.' all the favor it wa- expected to at City Hall. It i- a question whether legislation can restrain a lv.iv from disposing of his property, be it mom-}", land or other possessions, a* he may determine. The property being his be can determine what Use to put it to. and enactments again-' hi* doing *o will he abridgement* of hi* privilege*. The Meig* Klevate.l Railway Company ha* 'yen granted locations for it* cl.\atod railway -.-tern in three of the a\CUllesof fbis city. I iiiroute Is-gins at th.- riser est* of Bent *treet and pa--se« through that thoroughfare to l'oilland street and thence to Main *lre.-t. Thi* piece of road wi!i represent a mile ot track M required by the statute, and niu-t U- built and operated to the satisfaction of the Railroad I 'ommis.ion.-rs Isefore the company east petition the Beaton Aldermen to enter that city...
Veteran Firemen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Veteran Firemen. The annual meeting of the Cafiil.ridi.-e Veteran Firemen** Association was held Monday evening in the Central Square Building. An election of officer* ti&gt;ok place with the following re-tilt: I'resi.l.-ni. Mason It-avis; 1-t Visa President. &lt;„org.- 1.. Mitchell; -Jd Vice Pre-idenl. John l.ivennore: K.-.-ording secretary. Vndrew J. Ha-tings; Financial Secretary. i»*.-ar l.ivermore; Treasurer. Kratiei* 1.. &lt; hapmaii: Hircctors. P. 11. Raymond, at large: Ward Oar, Andrew J. Jones: Ward 2. &lt; 'baric* 11. Steven*: Ward :!. Thoina- J. Casey : Ward I. AIU-rt \orri«: Ward .*.. Svlvauu- M. P.r-on-.
A Fatal Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
A Fatal Accident. Freight train No. IS4, on tin- Grand Junction li.ailp.ad. in.-t Willi an accident on Saturday afternoon. -.ilmmii ."&gt; ..".-lock, near the Main street crossing, which eau*»-d the .1.-ath of Jam.-* &lt; aiinon of Worc-slcr. a hrakctiiau. About :«»&gt; f.■&lt;•! from Main -tr&gt;-ct tln- engine ami leader ran off tin- tra.-k. Th. engineer fa*aaed from the .-al. when In- felt flu -hock and escaped unharmed. Brakcmaii Hat.-* of Wwilllll al-o jumped ami Injured hi* shoulder somewhat. Cannon fell on hi* fa'-.- on the ground and was eru-h.-d l.y th. leader and instantly ktllnl. Tin sinit. r car had its *j,i,. broju.-u in and gtat set on lire, l.ul flic Maze was *000 extinguished. None of tin: other car* vv.-re injured. The wheel* of the eiiL'ine were carried away. The cause of the accid.-nt 1* not known. The loss, to the road will be al&gt;out #10,00(1. Two alarms of tire were given, and there wa. much excitement for a lim...
Ball Games in The Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Ball Games in The Streets. .1/r. Ktlitur.— The PKaVM I* usually looked upon as nn organ that i* not in favor of ntii*-am-c*. 'I'liat arc hat*** them in this goodly city cannot admit of a doubt. We don't propose to go into any enumeration or classification for the general lienctit of the public, be)ie\ ing that aggrieved parlie* should make llieir cases known themselves. Man} of the guinea tacitly allow ed to be pjaj id in our streets, are open to many serious objections, not only from passing citizens but fn&gt;m householders whose premise* are recklessly overrun and more or les* injured. We contend that our streets arc uot the proper places lor gullies of either fiiotl.all ..r l.atliall. 11l the first place the space is altogether insufficient, and the danger from living missiles projected iv tin; most reckless manlier is very great. In a street gain.- Ihere is hardly a more objectionable one than -'hockey." where not only the ball is ilrheti with great violence, but also s...
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Evening, April 0. 1887. The regular meeting of the Board was held this evening, Mayor Russell in the chair. PETITIONS PRESENTED AND KEFEIf RF.II. The petition of the heirs of Wm. Head. Heorg.O. Wright and others to have an electric light placed at the eornerof Boylston and Mt. Auburn streets wa. referred to the committee on lamp*. The petition of Frank A. Smith to have a sewer constructed in Saville and Appleton streets; that of John M. Batebelder for privilege to enter a private drain in Divinity avenue into the public sewer: that of Susan (.. Smith for a sewer iv Preseott street, and that of Man B. Lynch for a catch-basin at Rrookline anil Auburn streets, were referred to the committee on sewers. • The petitioni. of E. S. Dixwell and others to have brick sidewalks laid in Garden, Linna-an and Chauucy streets, were referred to the standing committee on roads and bridge. The petition of (jeorge S. Saunders ami other* to have ...
Marriage Announcement. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Marriage Announcement. We have received a kind in\ itati-.n from .Mr. ami Mr*. Edward (i. aaaaac, torin.-rly of thi* city. to attend the wedding of their daughter. Miss Edna OraftOO Sanger to Mr. Albert 1.. Beck, which happy ovenl will occur in the I liur.-h of the lledeein.-r. Atlanta, (la.. Monday evening. May 2. at 9M oVlook. P. M. We thank our old friends for their remembrance of v*. and if possible will join them iv the lillllllil of the OeCHsioll-
Independent Benevolent Brothers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Independent Benevolent Brothers. The above is the name of an organization which wa- instituted in Boston sonic IT year* ago. but had it* headquarter* in this city aUiut two years ago, holding il* meetings oti the first and third Wednesday of each month in Temple of Honor Hall. .V*;S Main street. It* object* are mutual aid to the extent of not less than f.i per week in case* of sickness, ami t«-*i for funeral expense*. It ha* a constitution and by-laws for it* government, and judging from it* long existence and the names of tho*.- connected with it it till* it* place well in the line of beneficialorganization*. The cost to join i» HI and the a*aessiiieiit is m&gt; cents a mouth; it has a large uieuilsyrship. In order to bring the organization Isefore the public an entertainment was given iv Temple of Honor Hall, Wednesday evening before aa appreciative audience.
Carpet House. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Carpet House. Messrs. Bailey &amp; Hankiii. corner of Court aud Hanover *treet*. Hoston. are dealer* in every description of &lt;-arp&lt;-tiun of the best manufacture. They are successors lo Chipman'* Son* &amp; to., with whom they were long associated, and an-therefore fully versed In the earpot trade. A feature of their establishment i* that they carry but one price in the several grades they handle and sell on instalment* at same rate* as Ihcv do for ciisb. In thi- direction th. vme est* clu-i.e from the fa. t that all Other lli.ils.-s selling on the iiisiuliueiit plan charge from 2H it, VpeT cent, more than regular cash price*. The linn'- business card appears in another column.
Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. There was a good attendance at the meeting of the association in Temple Hull, last Monday evening. Oevoiioiial exercise* w.-ic led by Mr. Hibbanl. President Hick* i made the opening remark- in his usual carni-i and impressive manner, and wa* followed b] brief and pertinent addresses by Missis. I'al riqiiin. Hand, M'&lt; ready and others. A temperance essay wa. read by Mr. Samuel fit. Itice. The president announced that the Hun. Marcellu-Coggan. Mayor of the city of .Maiden, would be the speaker next Sunday evening. Mayor t'oggan's reputation as a practical temperance man and a good s|«.-akcr arc well known and a large attendance is anticipated.
Fashionable Spring Overcoat. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Fashionable Spring Overcoat. Messrs. Spitz Bros. .V Mork. WW Washington street, the fashionable and popular clothiers, have just manufactured and placed ill their retail department a very fashionable spriug overcoat culled thc""llrow niiig," which was especially designed to till the place of custom work. They are made in sizes 88 to .'IT iv the new shade of light brown trill, cut short, cover lup seam, satin sleeve linings, and they are ottering tin in at only fifteen dollars. The reputation of this house for strictly reliable clothing and the very low price of the ••Browning" will doubtless insure au enormous sale.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
—The Hay Mate I'aints have bean applied on some of tin- liui'st resiliences iv llostou ami viciuity during the past fourteen years, aud have stood the test batter than any other tinted Batata in the market. The Vf. 11. .t Co. Liquid Paints put up In gallons, half gallous, quarts ninl small can. will he found a very convenient article fur all parties who have not time to mix their own tints. They are. iv forty different shades beside, white and black. Send for sample curds as per Wadworth, Howlaiid &amp; Co.'* adv^sernVnT.
OLD CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. —Hon. H. O. Houghton, the publishers, is travelling In .Southern California aud Mexico. — la-c 1.. Towers, *Xi BoyNtou street. I* otfVrbag ran- Imnraitis in linl.v carriages. —1-jistcr canU an- not cards any more, but ehiliorato iiini often exfeattt* bonks and volumes. —Tlie annual spritig vacation of Harvard College liegan last AVednesilay and will end Ttiesilay next. —Professor Charles: Eliot Norton haa edited the very intereiting volume entitled "Correiponilenee Between Goethe anil (.'arlyle.'" —Itev. Jiimes X. O'lirien, pastor of tbe St. Peter's Church, Concord Avenue, has been quite ill at the parochial resilience on Buckingham street, for the past few days. —Colonel T. \V. Iliggiusou had an interesting article in a recent munlier of Harper's Bazar, on "Exulted Stations," in the column styled "VTuiueu and Men," to which he contributes weekly. —Colonel T. \V. Higginsou read a paper entitled "A New England Vagabond," at the tiieeting of the Historic Genealogical So...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. Time to Call a Halt. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. Time to Call a Halt. —Mr. J. Newman returned last week from the West, where he went on a business trip. —Mr. Harry Ipham, violoncelist. played at tin- opening of ihe n.-w opera house in Franklin last Wednesday evening. —The proceeds of tbe recent I. &lt;). (J. bazar amount.-.! to over #100. —At the North Avenue I'liiversallst praise meeting last Siimlav evening, the subject of meditation wa* "The King and Kingdom of Soul* " —Tomorrow ought to lie a lovely day, as the new-Spring bonnets will lie worn" by'the fair ones for the lirst time. —Appropriate sermons will he delivered In the several churches of this Ward at the services tomorrow morning and evening. —Special services have Ix-en held this week In the North Avenue I'liiversallst Church, in general keeping with the church season. Tuesday evening the pastor gave a lecture on ■•The benetit. of church membership:" on Thursday ovefr** ing the subject was ""Jesus moving toward the cross," and the...
Easter Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Easter Services. At St. Peter. Episcopal Church, Main street, Ber. E. M. Gnshee Rector, the following Mrrlce* will take place:— MATINS—6.3O A. M. Processional, "On our way rejoicing," Haverga Chant, "Christ our Passover," Humphrey Chant, Te Deum-with solos, Solos by Messrs. 11. S. Andre* and J. C. Turner. Easter Carol, "Christ Ihe I.ord Is Risen," German do "He Is Risen," Warren Reproeesslonal, Carol, . Manh CHORAL CKI.EBBATIOK-10J0A.il. Processional, "Jeans Christ Is risen to-day," Carey Kyrle Eleisou, .... Toana Gloria Tibi, .... Store* Anthem, "Ye choir, of New Jerusalem," J. White Solos by Messrs. A. Ashenden and J. C. Turner. Te Deum, with Quartette, N. Parker Masters Arthur Clarke and Clia*. Nazro and Messrs. Andros and Turner. Offertory, Gloria Patrl, . . Burnett Sursum Corda, ..... Storer Sanctus Trotter Communion Hymn, .... Bach Gloria in Excels!*, . Old Chant Receaaional, ..... Tours EVENINO-SO.VG—T P. M. Processional, ..... Carey Veraiclea, ...... Psalter, Proper Psalms—l...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
At the We.t Church, Boston, Dr. Bartol pastor, tbe Easter music will be aa follow.: Voluntary, in C Major. - - Beethoven Antbem. "Mary .toisl the cross beside," G. M. Taylor Aria, "My Heart ever faithful," - - Bach Hymn, "Lift your glad voice.,'' - - Mozart Solo, "I know that my Redeemer." - Handel Carol, "The World itself," - Tucke/man Congregational Hymn, - - - Huraley Poulude, Fugue in G Minor, J. S. Bach The following is the quartette: Mrs. B. F. Gilbert, .oprano; Mr.. Flora E. Barry, contralto; Mr. F. A. Wetherbee. tenor; Mr. F. 1.. Pratt, basso. George Meudall Taylor organist and director. At the Broadway Bapti.t Church, the following Easter mask will be given: Antbem, "Why seek ye the living among tbe dead?" "Easter Morning." by Missel Gertrude Cheuey, Esther Barbour and Zillah Barbour; "Easter Hymn," a Netherland melody of tbe sixteenth centnry, by Valerius, sung in unison. Tbe choir I. composed of ladie. and gentlemen of the society. Misses. Gertrude Chenev, Itnaa Neal and ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
IIHOOD'S/f jl! jimm-i' » i COWOWD D™ICT^V^V I, 8 1 a»- ' The Importance of pnrifylng the blood cannot be overestimated, for without pore blood you cannot enjoy good health. At this season nearly every one needs a good medicine to purify, vitalize, and enrich the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's Pfafllliar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens rcCUIIdI jnj i,„iids up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation ol the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- T-. lar curative powers. No ' *■» IIScIT other medicine has such a record ol wonderful cures. II you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be induced ti take !Jiy other insie.-iiL It Is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by .-11 druggists. Prepared Ly C. I. Hood &amp; Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar OPEMM m MILLINERY, THIS WEEK. AU the latest st...