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American Lesion of Honor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
American Lesion of Honor. The next meeting of Dana Council of the American Legion of Honor, at its ball inOilil Fellows' Building, will be an occasion of rare good Interest. a» a musical treat if in prospect, the Instructor of the' Council. Mr. .lame- X. Odell, having secured the wrvieea of PMC X. L. Uurney of this city for that occasion. Tinprogramme will iiirlu.li- many attractive number*. No doubt the members of tin- council will be present in force, on Monday next. This "good of the order." under the direction of Instructor Odell. than whom no onr iv this flection is better prepared, he having a wealth at facilities at bis rommand for entertainment purposes, promise* to rap the i-limax of tin-i-ieries of very interesting and successful entertainment* lie arranged for the good of tinCouncil, (of which he was its first Commander.) during the past season. Probably l'rof. Uurney's programme will U- supplemented with other attractive features of interest. Dana Council continues to ga...
In Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
In Opposition. Member* of the Beal Estate Association, of which Hon. Leandcr M. Hannuui is president. met in U_ offlee of W. H. Martin, Esq.. Xo. Mi Mala street, on Monday evening. The question of establishing a metropolitan newer system wm fully dbemaed. and strong grounds were urged ■gaiaat it In view of tbe fact that tbe cost to Cambridge, woukl be a burdensome one by greatly iaereaslax the tax rate- The meeting lavored tbe calling of a public meeting of tbe cfeljfo* *• pit—Ml against swu MfMUfctt.
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. The aldermen have uot received sufficient evidence to enable them to grasp the subject of increasing the compensation of the police, and have therefore again postponed until the next meeting tbe consideration of the question. Where there's a will there te always a w»y. The Meigs Elevated Railway Company has given notice of the acceptance of the locations given it by the Hoard, and we learn that operations will soon lie entered into by the company to show the citizens of Cambridge that it means business. The Cambridge Kailroad Company is required to remove portions of its tracks in l)u n.-ter street, which are said to have lieen laid without authority of law. The standing committee on roads and bridges has recommended the paving of the sidewalk on the northerly side of Krattle street, from near Church street to Fresh Pond lane. as will be seen iv our municipal report. For years there has l&gt;een a growing demand to have the walk properly paved, owning to its...
The Gay Schemer. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
The Gay Schemer. Dr. Grant alias Perry, the lothario who has captured the hearts of credulous and deluded women and who now meditates over his nefarious ways in the Middlesex County Jail, has BOM visited this week by one of his victims of Brooklyn. X, Y. The deceived woman, who gave the doctor her love, and who allowed bim to pack a nice sealskin sack into his trunk prior to her anticipated wedding trip secured her property on Monday after identifying it. The property purchased"ln New Jersey by the deceiver with money inveigled from Miss Torre v of thi- city, has beeu sold al a sacritice for the benctit of Miss Torrey. and efforts are still pending to have the wily rascal disgorge more of his ill-gotten wealth obtained at the expense of hi* Cambridge victim, whom he married.
Still Lives. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Still Lives. The announcement In the PR—w on the llth inst.. that Capt. Timothy Ames, formerly connected with the Cambridge police sen ice, hud died at his home in Pomona. Fla., was premature, as that gentleman was —lilt in the tiesh last Tuesday, at w hicb time information was forwarded us to that effect. Capt. Atne» was prostrated with seven- illness, ami was not expected to recover. He is now on the gain aud it is thought toward complete restoration to health. We ho|ie to again grasp the hand of the genial Captain Is-f.ire he shuffles off this mortal coll.
Franklin Council, R. A. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Franklin Council, R. A. Franklin Council. No. .'si. X. A., has added a goodly number of new inemliere to its rollduring the past winter, and lias other applicants in waiting. The old-time interest in this Council, which is one of the largest in Massachusetts, does not flag in the least, but is on the increase. This is mainly due to the attention shown to Unsocial element of tin- order, which is kept up to a high standard, w bile the "work" of the Council is such as to meet the approbation of tiiosc prominent in the ( ouncils of flic Order. At the next meeting of Ihe Council, on Tuesday next. ten will be presented a feature on the "good of thi&lt; order." which cannot Hail to interest every member of the Council, and it I* hoped ail members will In- present who can make it convenient to attend. The degrees will also Ikexemplified on general applicant.
Grand Ball and Drill. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Grand Ball and Drill. Co. B. Ist Infantry. Hnaoenwetta Board, Capt. Frank W. Dallingcr. proposes to give the finest Military ball ever held iv ('ambridge. The event, for which great preparations arc being made, will take place next Thursday evening, in I'nion and Temple HalN. Gov, Ames will be present with his staff in full uniform, and prominent military gentlemen will take port in the festivities. Tin- nooente nenhen will tender a reception to the tJovernor and start. J. Howard Richardson's orchestra and the Fir-t Regiment Drum. Fife un.l Bugle Corps will discourse music for Ihe occasion. The company will give an exhibition elnll Io display it- skill ill the manual. Ticket- are sold only by netnbera of the company. Supper will iie served in Temple Hall, by Mi-- M. li. Jon,-. The cniuiittee of arrangements eolisisis of Cap!. Frank W. Dallingcr, First &gt;,rgt. Charles 11. 1&gt;,..1g.-. Corp. Charles L. I&gt;. Parka—t, Privati Frank &gt;. liiggins. Pr...
U. O. of I. O. L. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
U. O. of I. O. L. At the regular meting of Cambridge Lodge I'nited Order of Inhipunh al odd Ladle* oa Monday evening embers were installc-l for the ensuing term of tinve months as follow &gt; j chaplain. Mrs. Martlra E. Co,-: Past Lady. .Mrs. Ellen M. Murray: Noble Lady, Mr-. Nannie Martin: Vice Lady. ji;.. Martha A. Aele i-i. in; Senior Warden. Mrs. Ltta H. Kuller: Junior W'ardeu. Mrs. Sarah A. Livingston: Financial Secretary. Mrs-. Loiti, v Zcrega: Reoonfii.g Secretary. Mrs. Louise F. Gay; Trca-urer. Mre. Lucina B. Brown: UandnettOav, Mrs. Helen X. MnlkiTl. flnnnl. —1» liiiim !&gt; llimMiw- KF-hl Hand Assistant. Mrs. Gordon; I—ft Band A--i--taut. Mrs. M. X. Hunter. Ml mill Hi of Ihe tiliaiice. investigating, relief and hall coin luittees and the board of trustees were ai-o duly installed. Kight Worthy Lady l.'.veruess. Mrs. Lydia J. Johnson, assisted hy Mrs. Kaines. Mr-. Merrill ami Mrs. Parent- uf the government perfwrtaed the in-talling service in a highly cnednU...
Base Ball Playing in the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Base Ball Playing in the Streets. Mr. Ef&gt;lTi&gt;lt. —V.mr eorr.-spond-iit "Citi/,-n" in your pa[K-r of last week, in shaking of gain' * in the public stns-ts. v oiceel public opinion iv v matter of a good deal of haportance. The pru.--tiie should unquestionable, l»- forhiiMcn bj the proper authorities, uiid we trust that aothne will Ik- lost in n'miing an ert'ective remeily. A— i now comes in another natter i-onm-, t,-,l with this, where our e-ity i- lamentably desVieat. Playgrounds arc an impel all vc Mcd for Ihe children, and it is lime better than a fraud tip-&gt;n tbem that the pr, -cut state e.f thing- cvi»ts. We take the ground thai tic city i- i.oiiinl by every consideration, pul.lie- an.l private, to pswvliieii remedy for thi* crying evil. There is vacant land to Ik-ha&lt;l iv the easterly ward-that could lx- procured tot Ibis eorawee, and the very fact of open sipiare- would largely iacreaee the value of all the neighboring territory, retu...
Expression of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Expression of Thanks. c.vmbuiiKiE. April l.ltli MIT. I wish to thank friends and neighbors for for their many kind lapweahn* of heartfelt sympathy for me and mine in our trouble, and especially would I thank the men who were formerly in my hii-band's employ for the many expressions of their appi'eoiaiiou of him: liny cheerad him in miiiiv ways in the dark hours through vvhle-11 be was cull,-el to pass, and all I ask is that tin y i eineiiiNer him as they knew him. He has passed beyond human ce_mre or human anger and is w itb One w ho "kuovvetli our frutin-: He reinemlK-nlh we are but du-t." Mils. V. It. CMAMIIEItI.IN.
He Gets His Money. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
He Gets His Money. ••Is it true.-" asked a PoOodiemi reporter of Mr. Byron l&gt;. Houghton Ibis afternoon --that yon really won *'ii.mKi in the March I'raw ing of The Louisiana Mate Lottery." "Yes sir. the reporl is eorre.-t and Ihe money h now iv mv possession. 1, arrived this morning by the I. -s. Kxpross company and I have it on deposit. I wasn't elected mayor where I coulel earn si'si a year, but I an &lt;MMH never, theless." How did you come to invest*" "I'll tell yon." answered Mr. Houghton. "In Ilecember 1 was induced to buy v half tickci. I dr.vv a blank, bin having faith in the enterprise I bought twenty dollars worth of ticket., for the .lanuarv drawing. In return I received $mX For the March drawing! purchased *."in worth of ticket-and drew Wft.WO. I sent mv ticket to New Orleans March t9d for collection aiul the money arrived to-day." "I&gt;id you evei try any Other lottery!'" asked the reporter, "No sir. The UaHna state Lattery is guml enough for...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
—The yoiin;.' peaph mt Piospcct Church cleared from their n cent course of i-ntertain-inents i*l.—. assvjr have Ml asidu £75 of this t,&gt;warda new piaao"for tin- &lt;-haj»-l and Si"! for the general charit} finul *f the i-hunii. They have also pre«ented"t« tin ehtin-li a handsome' large copy of thcri\i-ed lamhia uf tin- liitilefor pulpit u»e." The latter weuf Into Ur- for the tii&gt;t lime Ea?l**r m&lt;mjlu—
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wkdnksday Evening, April 1.1. IxmT. The regular meeting of the Board was bold this evening. Mayor Russell in the chair. M PKTITKINS PRKBENTKI) AXU ItEHF.ItRF.H. The petition of George 11. Steams. William Wright and others requesting that Ihe Cambridge Railroad Company lie required to remove a portion of its traoks in Dunster street, laid without authority, was referred to the standing committee on roads and bridges. The request of Arthur F. Estabrook to have ; the sewer in Krattle street extended, was rei ferreii to the committee on sewers. Petitions for sippio and billiard table licenses, second-hand store licenses, junk collections and apothecaries liquor licenses, were severally rei ferred to Ihe committee on lii-enses. The remonstrance of Andrew Burke and • others against the use of a stable for more than four horses on Vine street, was referred to tho ; committee on licenses. The request of James E. Dennison to have the westerly; ...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
Common Council. Wednesday Evening, April 13,1887. The Council met this evening after an adjourn- j ment of two weeks President Corcoran in the j chair. All the members wore present excepting I'oiincilnieii Sanger. Fitzpatrick. McDonnell ami Walker On motion of Councilman sortwell the reading of the records of the preceding iin-eiim: was dig- j passed with. Tin- petition of the estate of William Head et ! nl,. that an electric liirht be placet! at the corner i of Hoyl.-toii amlMt. Auburn streets, wm- referred ! to the committee oil lamps in coiiciirreni-e. j The rt'iHirt of the committee ou public prop- ! ertv. recommending the passage of an order for j the introduction of steam beating nnd ventilating i apparatus into the Washington sehoolhouse, at j an expense not exceeding «:Sin»i. tbe amount to lie charged to the appropriation for sehoolhouseg, \ was after considerable discussion, iv which . &lt; ounoilmen Ivcrs. Sortwell and Waugh partici- j patcii. amended by chiinoing ...
OLD CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. —The last •■ Harvard -onior Party" will take [ilacc in Armor) Hall, next Wednesday evening. — Harvard i« to lime a University Athletic Chili. Tin- scheme hi' its formation i- io include all liH-ii ivlm are- leaders in athletics anions its niciiiliei-s. anil the veterans of former years are t«i In- .iiliniitcd a- associate-*. —Tin- rir-i of tin- lilee clnl, eoflee parties was _t■».-ii Thursday evening of lasi week in Bob- ■ it.' Hall. Brattle -treet. and was pronounced a most enjoy aide all'air. —The fa&lt;hioii:ilil&gt;- ,-xodiis to Europe, now beginning, will 1,,- fully as gnat, if not greater, than hi-t year. —Tin-llarvanl Glee Club will gtre their seeon. 1 coffee parly on Monday «-i ,-niiiir. at Koberts Mall. Brattle street. ( lieeiiev's Orche-tra will furnish niusie- for dancing. 1 aagfilhi n iniinortali/ed ids three daughter! in his poem --The Twilight Hour." one of them. .Miss 1-;. lit li. married Richard 11. liana, anothi r. Miss Anna, is the wi...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
WATERTOWN. —Easter Is cssentiallv the church's holiday,— Everything else has a* holitlav,—Arbor Day'for the trees; Memorial Day for the Grand Army ••Boys;" Seventeenth of' June for "Pigtown j" Fourth of July for Patriotism: LaborDav for the toilers; Thanksgiving Day for the turkeys; Christmas for Santa Claus and the children; Twenty-second February for the Father of his country: Fast Day, for people to eat not more than four meals a I'lay: but more than all these is Easter, to celebrate" the ascension of the only God-man; the only man-God. In this ancient old town Easter was appropriately observed in all the churches, the fine weather o'nlv adding to the customary observances. —By a vote of two to one the Selectmen have reappointed Officer Iturkc. Mr. Selectman Porter feels rather snubbed over this lack of indorsement of his first official act as chairman of the committee on police. He can stand it, however, he is not at all thin-skinned. Service in both branches of Boston's city Co...
A New Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
A New Departure. The new concern or Young &lt;i mass, at 119 Washing St., Boston.are young men well know n in bu-1-ness circles. Mr. John Young was formerly proprietor of the N. Y. Shade* Holier Co. at U Trement Row. Mr. .lames A. Glass lias been for four years with the house of Welister Folger &amp; 00., 41 Washington st. Young A Glass make a specialty of Interior decorations. Draperies, Artistic paper hangings and Window shades. The new store is one of the handsemiest in Boston, while the quantity and quality of the stock ii superior to that uf any house in the city. Both are active young saen with plenty of push, snd w* take this opportunity to wish them success.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 16 April 1887
COMPOUND EXTRACT/V^S^ # SSft fatsmmAteemmmmem *"■' J Tho Importance of purifying the Wood &lt;!annot be overestimated, for without pure 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 DorMlliar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens rCCUIIai anj builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while It eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation of the vegetable remedies used give to | Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- -p — If coif lar curative powers. No ' " ' 18611 other medicine has such ■ record of wonderful cures. If you bavo made up your mind to buy Hood's Haiiaj llllßa do not be Induced 1 1 take any other Instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and Is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is sold by i !1 druggists. Prepared by C. I. Hood &amp; Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar