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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
jSrbools—©usual. ■r. st* imrmn ACADEMY, - CAMBRIDGE, - • - MASS. POR BOARDEBS AHD DAY PUPILS, KEOPF.NFI) MONDAY, September lith. Fur prutipai'luii aud f urtb-ar int-in.iat.on *J«1 revs, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mr. St. Joskph'h Acadfmy O. M. OLARK, Teacher of the Pianoforte. TKB.Ha SH.OO. LESSONS GIVEN IN THE EVENING. No 36 Market Street, OambridgeportANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE' 1? I A. IV OF O » T JE 71 Concord Avenue, Oambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OP PIANOFORTE has resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Cambridgeport. Coal anb iMooD. Coleman Brothers, dials** IK CO-A.l_._-c WOOI3 MA a- and UR.nl.\. LACKAWANNA, SHAMOKIN, and LYKENS VALLEY FRANKLIN COALS, kept com tan tly or, hand, at lowest market rate.. Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds. Always in stock. Wood .awed and split an; length at short notice. Alio butt end*, birch kindling* and aawdtu* at low price*. Tate Trade supplied with Handle Wood. TaUphone Xo. 713*. Orders by Mall or Telephone promptly atten...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
hIK llk_!_ -^^'EIGHMIE' 7 SHIIT AGENCY. I \l ' THE CELKBKA ' r,iU ,y \ Ij "EIGHMIE" 6 g PATEIfj DRESS SHIRT. \Q-\ . /-?/ Tol. Shirt is goarajiteed to lit ami et better than any Shirt Made to tl 'V Order. Kvory p*'»«* Vikpws tliat lb* sot of tli« b-s.™ and neckband is V"± I ; c 7 the principal part of ••.hirt. The " tUkmn* " Patent Shirt is made only 1-5 r-,/ »n»"&gt; the best rnajgS'. for first-el*** trade. The bosom oan W worn a IS &lt;-*.'/ week wltbouta bi^J*|-wrtakte&gt;*rfg*ta«iil«H^ouiw**jtt»g_tt. kj j j® Price, UnlauMered, Si.; Laundered, $1.25. \ W \ '" / .M, I / / „ The "Eighml*a-Bt* T "BBforced Leader Bhlrt made from Wamratt* Has. \ \ II 11.., 1900 Linen bo*nn. V s * ' J Price, Unlanndered, 75c.; Laundered, $1.00 Each. \4, 'r. FOX SALE OXLV By 'ttSll'tSUl 1 - JOBtiy IKE, JORDAN, L______k____J»B COUBT StBEET. opp. Sinlburi, BOSTON. .-for Ibe Rabies. VERRKTTE SISTERS, French Dress Makers, Having had many years experience iv tbe business, are now prepa...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
-for tbe £aoies. New Millinery. L-.dies desiring a GENUINE BARGAIN RICB nWmi GOODS, Will ta well t.&gt; .-all early. We hare MARKED DOWN TO HALF PHICK -ALL THKIMPORTED BONNETS vi HATS 1 Sli'p.vn at our late opening. As ** cany a large stock an.l :.rc constantly receivng tlie latest importations, ye are compelled to H.-riti.-e on tl.e alu.ve poad-. We are now __taf as* bcauiiful assoitnient of Dress Hats &amp; Bonnets At $5.00, $6.00 and $7.00 each. OUE MOURNING DEPAETMENT | Is now complete. THE BOUQUET MILLINERY STORE, 134 Tremont Street, Boston. W»EMMTn M WINERY, THIS WEEK. AH the latest styles to be found at MME. LA BREQUE'S, (47 Main St, Cambridgeport, Nearly opportt* City Hall, Indies call an.l aramtne ...ir stock'before going to loston. We ran suit ami nll at BOSTON PRICES. NEW INVOICES IN Fine flilliiim Goods * ALWAYS IN STOCK. A larj-p' assortment or rriromed Bonnets&amp; Hound Hats. Children's Hats a Specialty. Bfjtefl and I'ricfH to rati all. A tVni-...
Arbor Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Arbor Day. This is the new holiday, appropriately known as Arbor Day. A contemporary wisely suggests that the schoolhouse yards are a suitable field of operation in the matter of tree-planting. The editor says '-let the children have a chief part In the work, and be interested in guarding and caring for the young trees." Some of the schoolhouse enclosures — indeed most of them, are little better than miniature Sahatas. We hope for the best results from this public measure. It is a wise and good thing to go systematically and periodically into this work of planting greenness and shade where barrenness and aridity have flourished —if indeed it is proper to apply the word flourish to such unlovely conditions. If a man who makes a blade of grass grow where it was lacking is a benefactor, much more so is the man, woman or child who gives to the wayside the new beauty of a comely tree.
Memorial Day. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Memorial Day. Some of the Cambridge observances of Memorial or Decoration Day, have been very beautiful and memorable. We recall especially that of —if we remember rightly, 187-4, when the Rev. J. F. W. Ware was the orator, and a selected choir of school children under the able direction of Mr. Lincoln, famished most appropriate music. The public exercises oo that occasion were held at the Cambridge Cemetery, near to, or in the soldiers' lot. Mr. Ware's address was very able and eloquent, and the singing of the children was an admirable and moat suitable feature of the ceremoniea. We heartily wish that a selection of tuneful voices from our public schools might be made for the coming anniversary. There are many and strong arguments in favor of giving the young people of our city a share in this annual and most iuipretwive solemnity. Tlie Grand Army is marching on. and must soon vanish from human view; let our children be brought up to remember what its members did for us and them, a...
A Sad Story. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
A Sad Story. If the entire career, or all that is publicly known of it, of Andrew Jackson Grant, it a sufficiently wretched 'Story, its sudden end is especially so. One of its lessons is tbe indubitable fact that, in the long run. what may be termed professional rascality seldom pays. Men are driven or tempted into sudden and surprising violations of moral and civil law, and often escape the legal consequences by flight or forgiveness on the their victims; but the man who devotes his life to crime, in nine cases out of teu is. before the end of his earthly career, caught, convicted and punished. it was said that the unfortunate and accused prisoner in East Cambridge jail had long been addicted to the terrible opium habit. The result of the autopsy would seem to conlirm the statement somewhere made, that since his incarceration he lias been entirely deprived of the drug. Those of our readers who have read the tremendous utterances of Fitz-Hugh Ludlow and of other writers, on the awfu...
The Bridge Act. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
The Bridge Act. The bill reported by the Committee on Harbor* aud Lands to secure the construction of the bridge to West Chester Park is now before the Senate. The bill provides that a board of three commissioners, two of whom shall be the Mayors of liostpin and Cambridge, shall have authority to construct a bridge across the Charles River Basin from West Chester Park to Kr.pnt street extended in Cambridge, the expense of the bridge Detween harbor lines to be borne equally between the two cities. The City Council of Boston, while admitting the necessity of the new avenue, feel their dignity somewhat attainted by the mandatory clause in the bill, and protest against tbe actiou of the Legislature in passing any act of compulsion affecting Bostppn. Of course they entirely overlook the fact that other cities ami towus have an interest in this matter as well as Boston, and that tbe bill is as much mandatory on &lt; 'ambrldge as on Boston. They ignore the fact that the bill makes ...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
A wretched story of extortion and absolute dishonesty on the part of an attorney of this city and Boston, in connection wilh the liquor trattle, has come to oureais. ' We prefer not to credit the statement, but may see cause to refer to the matter in a future issue. There is little to be said for the Sipund judgment, the common sense or the humanity of the oftlcials responsible for the preponderence of open cars on the horse railroad on Monday. The north-east wind was cold, raw, and even dangerous, and many were the turned-up coat collars, shivering forms, scowling faces and expressions of intense disapproval. We dislike much to even seem to cherish any wish to abridge the harmless pleasures of children; but there"are certainly some strong arguments against the prevalent practice of ball playing in the publicstreets. A blow in the head from an India rubber ball, is a most unpleasant ex per leuce, and one not unknown to unlucky-passers-by while these games are in progress. The amusem...
Pastoral Resignation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Pastoral Resignation. It wa* with surprise ami sorrow that the news of the resignatit.ii of Key. Thomas Kickford. for six years pastor of the Wihsl Memorial &lt; hurch. was received this week. Active and zealous, ready to labor in Sana and out. in what.-M-r field of effort, so that good might be effected an.l faithful to the cause of temperance ami pbilauthrophv generally. His departure from these duties will be a serious loss outside the parish as well as in and one which will be sensibly felt, as these duties press the more h.avilv upon the depleted iiuiuUts still left to contilnii- the work be so obly a-si-t.-pl. More than two-third- .pf the ingathere.l flock were brought together during his pastorate, ami the pleasant iiisnn&gt;rie« of old Steams' chap.l. the little hand of faithful ones led into the new house of worship l&gt;&gt; this p-onsecrate.l posts* are ha'p.s of aior} w hi. li will .ucceepl him through all subsequent labor*. Though never o...
Beyond the Law. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Beyond the Law. Dr. Andrew Jack-on l.rant. a- he styleil himself, who lured .Miss Lucy Torrey into an illegal marriage, and then abandoned her. after securing a large amount of her personal properly, anil who was arrest.il in Sea Jersey by s.-rgi-ant Ducey and brought back to ('ainl.ri.lge for trial, dii-d in the jail Tn.—.lay in-rniiig from thp-p-nV. Is. it is thought, of a non— upply of morphine, p.f which be wa- au immoderate user before his arrest. He was ea&gt;vetaed with in his cell nt an early hour Tuesday morning ami complained to the officer that he wa- not feeling well anil that he would not then get up. He was told that h.might get up when be eh..-* to. shortly aft.-r the offlp-er passing through tin: p-orridor. discovere.l Gram lying dead in bis bed Me.li.al Examiner Holt was notinVd and after viewing the remains placed tliein in charge of ('mlc-r--taker Litchfield fur burial. Wednesday an autopsy era* held by MecVeal Examiner Holt in presence of Dr. J. B. Taylor...
Enforcement of the "No License" Law. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Enforcement of the "No License" Law. The following elnirchc. uniti- in six iini.pu meetings, to Imp held to-morrow evening at 7.:!0 o'clock, the object being tv emphasize the cn-fo—ein.-nt of the "No License" law, which goes into effect on that ilay. The citizen- in gp-neral arip cordially invited to attend these mi-.ie.-s, and by full ainli-in'.- express their co-opcratiipu with the city authorities in p-iifon-ing tin- law: Baptist—Central Square. North Avenue, Broadway. Charles Kiver, East Cambridge, Inman Spjnare. Co.NOßEiiATii.NAi.—Prospect Street, Pilgrim, North Avenue, W.kwl Memorial. Mkthodist Ei-iscpppai Harvard Street, C.ittage Street, Kasl Cauibr.p!|*e. Usitakiax—Austin Street. U.MVKRSAI.IBT—KIrst, and Kast Cambridg.-. The three colored churches unite in a meeth.iM.iniiay evening, at St. Paul's M. X. Chur.-lp, Portland street. I -MION lIKKTINOS. l'ilnriiu Congregational, Magazine street— Speakt-is Bey. X. X. Chandler, I). I&gt;„ Key. Albert Gould, Rev. A. E. White,...
Patriarchs Militant. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Patriarchs Militant. trrand Canton Cambridge, No. It, I'atrian-lis Militant, fame a afmmi &lt;-ivi.- nii.l military ball, in Itiion Hall, phi Tu.-sclay .■veiiinp/. in .-oinniciiioration of tin- sixt&gt;-.-ii;litli anniversary of theinti'. ilu.-tion of 1 Kill Fellowship into America. The hull was iM-uiilifiillv itf i llall I for the occasion ami was brilliantly lighted with electric lights. The elievali.-rs appeared in their rieb ami show; uniforms. Tin- Canton hail as guests Mayer Russell, who delivered a brief a.1.1r.-ss of weleoiuc; Hngailiet-..eiiural C. A. fusliiuan. Department &lt; oininaiiilcr of Massachusetts: Major Thomas Miller, Assistant Adjutant Geucml; Major I&gt;. A. "aatan, Assistant Quartt-r--inastcr (ieneral, ami others. From Mto il o'clock a proiuciia.le concert ami exhibition drill were given, after which '' ' | was indulged in. A Hue supper serv.-.l by Miss M. li. Jones, in Temple Hall, was highly ajipnp.iat.ii.
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Eveisi.no, April 27. 1887. The regular meeting of the Board was held I this evening, Mayor Bussell in the chair. PETITIONS PRESENTED AND REFKURKD. The request of George W. Parke to have the Boar.) of Mayor and Aldermen petition tlie l'robate Court for the appointment of a guardian for Sirs. Harriet Turner, a person of weak mind, was complied with. The petition of J. M. Temple, asking to have 1 the limbs of a tree removed which interfere with his house, was referred to the standing committee on roads and bridges. The petition of Hugh McElroy for a street crossing in Charles street, was "referred to the same committee. The petitions of 11. S. Angus to move a biiHding from Norfolk to Washington stri-et, and to ocean Bristol street while turning a building around, were granted under direction of Aldermen Fraxier and Holton. respectively. Petitions for liquor licenses, (apothecaries); to sell fireworks; for billiard, slppio and po...
Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Common Council. Weiixksi.vy EvKNiMi, April! 7, Imk". The regular meeting of the Council was held this evening President Corcoran in the chair. All the nieinlH-rs were present excepting Councilnien Waugh, McPeck. Bingham, Slianuon and Durrell. Un motion of Councilman Eveleth the reading of the record of the preceding meeting ")wa* dispensed with. The petition of Matthew Rowe that the city share the expense of erecting a fence between his land and that of the city, was referred to the committee ou public property in concurrence. The report of the comn.itU.-c on roads and bridges that tbe petitioners for the acceptance of Dave court 1m- granted leave to withdraw, w as accepted ill concurrence. An onler from the committee ou roads and bridges lhat the southerly line of Lancaster avenue at tbe point where said avenue delect* in an easterly direction towards Xorth avenue,. be established by taking v certain parcel of laud, provided the owners of the laud in question shall waive the usual ...
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. Farewell Address and Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. Farewell Address and Testimonial. —Mr. Charles disunion was visiting friends at Annapolis last week. —Mrs. Thomdike gave a party Friday evening of last week, in honor of her daughters, at the McKay House, and the affair was very enjoyable. —At a recent meeting of the Thursday Evening Club, at the resilience of Mr. J. L. Bremer. Beacon street. Boston, Interesting papers were read and discussed on astronomical anil geological subjects, by Professors Pickering, Shalcr anil Agassiz. —Professor Oyer of Harvard College was among the audience at the Schott recitals at Steinert Hall, Boston, Friday evening of last week. —The Cambridge Junior, and Harvard Freshman Team will play a practice game of I*acroase on the ground, of the former. Cor. Allston and Waverly Sts.. uext Saturday afternoon, at ."&gt; P. M. —The Harvard ami Cambridge Seniors play a practice game of I*aerosse on -Tarvis Field this afternoon, at ."&gt; P. M. —The grounds, corner of C...
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Spring Tournament. Reunion of Co. D, 5th Excelsior. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Spring Tournament. Reunion of Co. D, 5th Excelsior. —The thorough scraping that the city men gave the avenue last week was sadly needed and was much appreciated. —There has been recently built on Mead street a sidewalk of gravel which is a decided improvement to this much neglected thoroughfare. —Lost children have been frequent of late In this Ward, hardly a day passing without several being cared for at the station house. —George Vllllari, a French Canadian, was killed on the Fitchburg Railroad above the West Cambridge station Monday afternoon. He was walking on the track and stepped from it to avoid an approaching train when another train coming from the other direction struck him with the result stated. He was 70 years old and lived at 196 Spruce street. —At the annual meeting of the Ladies' Sewing Circle of the Congregational pariah the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Mrs. Dr. Alexander, President; Mrs. D. M. Oliver, Vice President; Mrs. 8...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
JHGQD'S/i The importance of purifying the blood cannot 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 eurlch the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's Porsiillar Sarsaparilla. It strengthens rCCUIIar and builds up the system, creates an appetite, and tones the digestion, while it eradicates disease. The peculiar combination, proportion, and preparation ot the vegetable remedies used give to Hood's Sarsaparilla pecul- -p— If calf iar curative powers. No ' " lISCIT other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla do not be Induced ta take any otlier instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sr.ld Ly ;.!1 druggists. Prepared by C I. Hood f: Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOBCambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIRABLE LOCAIITIES. Dniyersalist May Party To be held in UNION HALL, MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2nd, Doors open at 6.45. Entertainment at 7.30. 88. SAWTEEEE'S TRAINED ST. BERNARD DOGS, In their feats and tableaux. DAIRY-MAIDS MARCH, 80 Young Ladies. May Pole Dance, 16 lads and missus. Floral March and Crowning of the May Queen. Mother Goo&gt;e Quadrille. DANCING FROM 10 to 12. J. HOWARD RICHARDSON'S ORCHESTRA. TICKETS, Reaerved Seats, 75 cents; Admission, 50 cents; Children under fifteen, MA centa. storTand tenement TO LET. p*|VHE whole or half of Store 484 Cambridge itreet. A being the third .tore from the corner of Prospect atreet; baa just been remodelled, finished in cherry, cemented cellar, furnace, marble bowl, elegant and costly gas lixtures. Fine location for tin* teas and groceries, custom tailor, jeweler, hardware, milline...