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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wkhnksiiay Evkmmi. April 21). ISsT. The regular meeting of the Hoard was held this evening. Mayor Russell in the chair. PKTITIUXB PRKbKXTKD ANli KKKKltltKll. The request of James Patterson, Thomas F. Cablr and others for a sewer in Reed street, was referretl to the committee on sewers as \\ as the petition of Fanny 11. Goodrich for extension of the sewer in Summer street. The petition of X. A. Kedncdy, Alfred Morrill, M. 10. Hideout and others to "have State street laid out aud accepted, were referred to the committee on roads and bridges. The petitiou of William ami John Read and others requesting that if permission is granted to the Cambridge Railroad Company to lay an additional truck in Brattle street, that it be required to put down flat rail, like thus,, used in English cities, etc.. was referred to the -landing committee on roads and bridges. The petition of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company for permission to s.-t ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

— The Odd Ladies Sewing Circle of Cambridge Lodge met ou Wednesday afternoon at the resilience of Mrs. Archibald McSorley, No. Ii I'li.asunt street. An excellent supper'was served by the genial hostess.

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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Common Council. Wkhnksiiay Kvkxinu, April 20, lssT. The regular meeting of the Council wa- held thi-evening. President Corcoran in the chair. All the members Brers present excepting OouncaV men Fitzpatriek ami Me Pet k. On uioiion of Couiieilineii Teel, the reatling of the records of the preceding meeting was dis-pcn-etl with. The ortlt-r authtirizing the committee on tire department to procure plan- and -|a citicutions for a new truck house, vv a- adopted a- allien.led by the Board. An aider, authorizing the committee on roads and bridge- to purchase a steam roller for the -treet department, without adverti-iug. was, after some discus-ion. iv which Cotiucilmeii Sortwell, leans, Sanger and Millan participated, adapted. Tile repeal of the committee ou road- and bridge-, to which vva- referred the order authorizing the watering of public -qitan- at the city". ex|« use. that the order ought not to pa--, w : as accepted. The order authorizing the committee on roads and bridges to purcha...

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. —Hon. t'has. Theodore Kussell is quite ill with pllellllloniii. — President F.liot will visit Malta, Sicily and Naples before returning boats. —i'rof. Alexander Agassiz will go to Alaska in May to he absent ul.out a year. —The continued Illness of Bel • James X. O* Prion neater of st. Peter's t'hurch Concord, ay euue is .1 •oaree of inm-h regret aasang his parishioners. -At an early hour Tue.-duv morning the resilience of Mr-. Kptiraiin I*. Whitman. No. il Kirklaml street, was broken into anil three overcoats ami a quantity of silverware valued at niM were stolen. —Bar. Phillips Hrooks. I). I)., ml dressed the St. l'aul's Society ami the Harvard Young Men's I'hri.-tiau Association Wednesday evening in Lawrence Hall. —Mrs. I'rof.s-or look has returned hones from New York where she hail keen visiting. — A coil'ee party under the auspices of the St. Paul's Lyceum, will take place next Wednesday evening in the Lyceum rooms. Untitle square. Music will l.c furn...

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Dry Goods, Crockery, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Dry Goods, Crockery, Etc. Messrs. Dana W. Hyde & Co., of 000 Main street, Hyde's Block, whose dry goods store haberumi- one of the landmarks of Cambridge, are offering a large and special line of goods for the Spring ami Summer bade. Their announcement in another column will convcv a partial idea to our lady renders of the magnitude of their business aud the large line of stock they carry. Both gentlemen have devoted many years to this branch of trade ami are therefore conversant of the needs ami tastes of their customers. The company carry a full and carefully selected assortment" of crockery, china and glass ware aud other lines of goods requisite for housekeeping. The advertisement of the firm -Liuukt be carefully read.

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SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Thursday. April 21,1887. Monthly meeting: His Honor Mayor Russell in the chair. Present. Mrs. Kendall, Messrs. Karnes. Church, lonian. Knierton, Fairbanks, Hall, Hiklreth. Hunt. Morse, Orcutt. Paine, Tiltuu. The record of the la«t meeting wss approved. Mr. Morse resigned as a member of the Committee on Evening Schools. Dr. Church was appointed a member of the following Committees: Drawing (chairman); Examination of Teachers. Industrial School, Truant Officers (chairman). Evening Schools. Mr. Morse was appointed a member of the Committee on the High School. Judge Orcutt was appointed chairman of the Committee on the Training Class. Julia A. Robinson was continued as temporaryteacher in the Keed Primary, from April 18th", at a salary of $400.00; S. Agues Mullouev, as temporary teacher in the Willard I'rhuarv, from April 18th, at a salary of fctoo.no. Mr. Hunt, for the' Committee ou Rules and Regulations, reported, that the order in relation to the transfer of pupils ...

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FORCambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IS DKSIKABT.K LOCAIITIES. UCiILUB, flttll £ fWPilf, Retail Clothing Department. rpHE Clothing which we manufacture for this deA partnient is made for the express purpose of supplying the wants ofgeutleinen who, believing lhat the best is the cheapest, are willing to pay a fair price fbr-garmeiits that have been made from carefully selected, thoroughly tested, honest materials, aud by skilful, intelligent, well paid labor. We do not claim to sell our goods at as low prices, nominally, as can be foiled elsewhere; but we think that hundreds of thousands of our customers during the last 35 years would attest that, all things considered, we have always given full value lor the price received, and that there is a satisfaction in wearing eiir goods not attendant upon those of poorer quality aud lower cost. The stock pi ej.ai -ed for this season ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

C. C. W. FULLER. 11 Li Lb ' l\ ui\\ e^um ne trades. H~ Newand Popular Styles 1 mhlb fAi SPRIXG AXD B|jmmkr wba *» I \g UD Suits $3.50 to $12.00. *m TROWSERS §0 GEKTS TO $M 561 Main Street, - - - Cambridgeport. new' store. boston one price clothim. Co., Vo. 550 MAIS STREET, Odd Fellows Building. FINE CLOTHING. « Spring Overcoats, «5 to as* r «SaJ Young Men's I'usiness Suits in Elegant * Pattern., as to »*0 In all the New Spring Style., for Men and Boys, Four Button Cutaway Suits, 812 to »23 FROM 60 CENTS lo mS.HO. I Youlh'a and Boy's Suits, «T to SlB SILK HATS, IIKUBYS AND SOFT HATS. Children's tiuils, -S2.CO to »10 We have ihe exclusive sale of Ihe MELYIIXM j ' r'KATHKK WKllillT HAT. The popular hat EVEBYTHING NEW AND THE LATEST for yoat " e u,en ' STYLE. \ FTXE I* UR N IS HI NGS. OIK BOYS' lIEFARTMENT An elegant line of exelurtre stylrfTa will contain the latest novellies iv Children's mid NGCI(W6rIP IOT ErlSTfil*. Boys'Suiu. We are directly ci.sic.l »lih one of erwna ww was. iv. b...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. ... Temperance Mission. Wedding Chimes. Bazar Notes. Ward Gossip. Spring Millinery Openings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. ... Temperance Mission. Wedding Chimes. Bazar Notes. Ward Gossip. Spring Millinery Openings. ■ '■■■ sm aj mt i ■ ■ The mission hi the interest of temperance which has been held during the week, in the Chorea of the Sacred Heart, on Sixth street, eomateneed last Sunday evening and closed stoat tut ii nt—rnflj Thursday night. Unusual Interest was evinced and large gatherings were pi stunt each evening. Different clergymen occupied the pulpit on each occasion snd their ihti uuii i, ii 111 h eloquent snd interesting, wen attentively listened to by young snd old. Ths frrt aermon In the course wss delivered by Vary Rsv.WUham Byrne, T. G., of St. Joseph's Church. Boston, and was on "The Need of Temperance Reform." The reverend speaker ■i the come of Ids remarks said that temperuses reform wss absolutely necessary, and that at all the evils that afliet our country at the present day intemperance is the greatest. He rejoiced in the existence of temperance societies una said t...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Attention is directed to the advertisement headed "Estats for' Sale." An excellent opportunity (..offered to secure a pleasant home to one in moderate circumstances. —The regular fortnightly missionary meetings of the First I'niversalis't Church was held at the pastor's residence, 95 Prospect street, on Monday evening with s good attendance. —At the annual meeting of the Sons of New Hampshire Club, held st Odd Fellows Hall, 548 Main street, on Wednesday evening last, the following named were elected officers lor the ensuing yes*: President, Henry H. Glluiore; Vice President, Charles W. Adams; Secretary, Isaac F. Sawyer; Treasurer, James M. Robbins; Directors. Frank E. Ingalls. Thomas X. Hale, Oliver J. Rand, Frank E. Brock, Mauley W. MeClure. —Mr. Edmund T. Phelan, the Comedian it considering a ten months engagement with the Spaukliug Bell Ringers which has been offered hbn. Mr Pbelan has the following dates ahead; April i'lth, Lawrence; Utith, Glove-ester; 28th,...

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A New Departure. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

A New Departure. Mr. F. O. Lyon, out of our well known young men, ; and a practical watch maker and Jeweler, ha. established himself at 613 Main .treet, ovei the Post Of lice, where be will give personal attention to the repairing of fine Jewelry aud watches. Mr. Lyon's facilities for doing work of this description are of a superior cbarscter. ami .11 repairing done by him will be warranted to give satisfaction. He make, a specialty in the adjustment of watch.-, to temperature and correct running. His manufacturing ability cannot be questioned, a. he learned his trade of one of the moat practical mechanic In New England. I-adies having fine Jewelry needing repair., vr watches to be adjusted, should give Mr. Lyon a call. SeeadvertlMnieut.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

—Th. Cambridge Art Circle met on Wednesday evening at No. 11 Blgelow street, tb. residence of Mr. H. M. Bint. A larx. number was present and a very iuter..tlng and Instructive evening passed. It being thu histrionic evening. Dr. Clarke, Chairman of that deparment, had direction of the pr<>grtmn.e, after the oi>enit>g by l>r. White, the Pre. blent. Tbe evening, a. before announced, was given to tv address by Prof. Mo-es True Brown of tb. Boston School »f Oratory, on th. liels.ru- Pbil<>»opby of Exprestion. Prof. Brown gave a most adiuiral.l. and instructive addrt... showing BBS* conclusively that the philosophy of human expression is now becoming one of the known and exact art. or science. Taking the system a. shown by Delaarte, he begsa with its first simple and fundamental rules, and un. folding them In tbe law- of gesture, pantomime and vocality, be -Lowed th. power this knowledge imparts, and the mastery...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. In Memoriam. WATERTOWN. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. In Memoriam. WATERTOWN. Sunday Services. The announcement of the death of Mis. Maggie O'Brien, which occurred Monday eveuing, at the home of her parents, No. 11 Wyeth street, was received with profound sorrow by all who knew her. The deceased was but nineteen years of age, and during her short life had endeared herself to all with whom she came iv contact, by her gentle, unassuming disposition and guileless manner. She had been unwell but a few months and during her brief illness all that the best of medical skill, loving parents and devoted kindred could do. was done for her, but to no avail. The inroads that consumption had made upon her system was more than her strength could bear, and she finally succumlied to the dread disease, passing from this world to abetter one, peacefully and resignedly, surrounded by those who in life were .leaf to her. The parent's of the deceased, her brothers and sister have in their sorrow, the kindly sympathy of a large circle of fr...

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Married. GANNoS-KEEIrAN-ln this city, lath imt.. by Itev. duo. .1. lirirnu. Mr. Thomas Gannon to Ml*. Julia Kcegan, both of this city. KEATING -MAHAN-11l thi. city. 19th i11.t.. by Rev.,J. F. Mundy, Mr. Richard Keating to BTBS Bridget Mahan. both of this city. JIASON—HARVEY—In this city, 12th Inst.,by Itev. W. C. Itichinon.l, Mr. Benjamin Mason to Mis* Alfreds Harvey, both of Boston. NKWTON-BHOWN— 111 Boston, 211 th ln.t.. by Rev. J. Horatio Carter, Mr. Walter 11. Newton lo Mis. Harriet 1.. Brown, both of this city. PIPEK-OIHN-Iu Ho.lon. 17th ln.t., by Rev. Fred l.lnilemann, Mr. Willi.un Pltier to Miss Paul!.a Guhn. both of t hi. city. PR '.TI'—THOMAS—In till, city, I7th ln.t., by Rev. W. C. Richmond, Mr. Henry L. Pratt of Plymouth to Miss Susan It. Thomas of this city. ItICE-BAI.COM-11l this city, 201 h ln.t., by Itev Albert Gould, Mr. Horace 11. Hlce to Mis. Evelina r. Balcom, both of this city. TARIioX-O'RKIKN-ln this city, 21*t Inst., by Rev. Edward M.llu.hee, Mr. William H. Tar...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Died. BALCH-In this city, 19th lust.. Adela M., wifet.f Moses P. Balcli. 7n year.. 5 inotitl... 11 .lav*. BASCOH —lmli in.-t , Caleb (i. Ilascom, Ml years,.". month*. B days. HICIMIEN -I'.tli Inst.. Benjamin F. Bridden, (S y.-ars,.'; nn nth*. CAItItINUTON — llth ln.t.. I.ulu, daughter of Lender nml C'atherliio Carrlugtoii, ti years, II moiithi. CONK-null Inst.. Sarah II , daughter t.f Za.-harlah ami Elizabeth Cone , 15 years, tl months, 11 days. CONWAY-15th lust., Mary, widow of Klcliard Conway, till year.. HAYES—IIHth inst., John L. Hayes, L.1.. D.,7.1 years, 5 days. HUSTON—2I»t ln.t., I'hebe, widow of dohn Huston fis year*. KETCH L'M—l7th Inst., Chariot Ketchu in, 05 year., 8 mouth., 16 day,. LALLKY-'-tith Intt., William J. Lalley, 24 years, fi month,. LINNEY—If.ih ln.t., Andrew, sou of Albert .1. and Hose A, l.iuney, 1 year. C month,. MILICK — ltitb 1n.t.,1 Jsme. X. -Milick, al year., :i month*. McKKWKX.- 20th ln.t., Frederick Mt-Kerven, Is year*. O'LEAKY — IBtb last- Mary, daugh...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

SCROFULA I do not believe that Ayer't Sarsaparllla has an equal us a remedy for Scrofulous Humors. It is pleasiuit to take, give, strength and vigor to the body, Ulimni*4x am ' produce, a more IIUITIurB, permanent, lasting, result than any medicine I ever used. —X. Haines, No. Llndale.O. I have u«etl Aver*. Saraapurlllii.liimt fumllv, for Scrofula', nnd know, If It is taken Ppuftin<>lne falthfullv, it will ■"' y-»'H° ,a »» thoroughly ' .-radicate this terrible disease. — \V. V. Fowler, il. I)., Greenville, Term, For forty years I have suffered with Erysipelas. I haw tried all sorts of remedies P.anlrnr and for »>y complaint, imt banner, aim , 0UI1(1 ' 110 re^er Ulltil j commenced using Avar's .Sur-iipnrillii. After taking ten bob. tie. of this medicine I am completely cured. — Mary C. Amesbury, Kockport, Me. Catarrh. I I'ave Buffered, for years, from C'aturrh, which wss so severe thst It destroyed my sppetltc aud weakened my system. A fter trying oth...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

flcto REDUCING STOCK. CHARLESI BARNES 512 Washington Street, Boston. KOR THE NEXT TWO WEEKS, Special Bargains In Substantial and Well Made Chamber Furniture. Black Walnut Chamber Set., Cherry Chamber Set., Mahoguized Chamber Sets, Ash Chamber Sets, Fainted Chamber Sett, From $15 to $75. We are offering also a line of Parlor Furniture In Hair Cloth, Kmbossed and Crushed I'lusli and Kaw Silk, at Price, that will make them extra bargains. A Large Stock of CAKPKTS. OIL CLOTHS. BUDDING, RANGES, and everything needed for complete outfit for hou>e furnishing, fur cash or on EASY PAYMENTS. CHARLESI BARNES 512 Washington Street, BOSTON. H. N. MABIE, ..nenor lo V. it. Hk.aberl.la, AGENT I Oil THE Automatic and Adjustable Window Screen AND OTHER PATTERNS. Also Screen Door, iv Stock and Made to Order, 200 Winsor Street, Cambriilg-eport, Residence, a Springfield St., Somerville. Send Postal, that Agent in.iy call ami show model and give estimate.. Order, solicited aud work guaranteed....

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887

Hete C. M. CLARK, Teacher of the Pianoforte. TUBUS* So.nO. LESSONS GIVEY IN TIIK EVENING. No 36 Market Street, CambridgeportVERRETTE SISTERS, French Dress Makers, Having hail many years experience in the buslnen, are now prepared to receive order, at 183 Harvard Street, cor. of Boardman St., CAMuRIDUEI'JKT. Ladies ate inviietl to call and a.-* them. .23—3 m* E. A. LIBBY, IMPOHTIIK 111 Rich Paris Millinery, No. 10 Temple Place, Boston. Freeh arrival, by European .Steamer.. a2S—3m MRS. L EDNA MARTIN HAS REMOVED HER STUDIO AND ART PARLORS —TO— 81 Bolvston Street, Second dcor from Williams Jt Everett'.. CHAS. FT. HUNNEWELL, Real Estate Agent, AT THE OLl» STAND, Corner of Holyoke and ilaivard Streets-Hoii-sfrjgfli WlnHirop Hqr„ - U4.500 Huu»ejtrn.ilv..r;p St., ulre place, 4.000 House nn Lake View avenue, . . 7,000 Houston I>ay street*, ... 6*ooo H'ni»»-uoii Main St., new and brick. - 0,500 TVn Thousand feet of I.ami on Brattle St., near the tuiuur*. A Number of Large and Small...

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