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Relief Corps Instatllation [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Relief Corps Instatllation A-t Ihe las' n-ul.il tOOOliojl ot Wm. 11. Small ' VTetaaa. ltel.ei Corps. No- 27, bed io U.A B 11 .il, -&gt;7-i Ma.v street, luescliy eveii'u_ r , I'll n.sT., he bVlewinj! pilesn wen iaslalled by Mis ■ Miiy E. Klcjwlc. vi Cbarlrstowa, li.T.niment ■ Ckoploio ■ I'iesideut, Mis. M I. Iluatar; Seniol ! Vice 1 ii-sident. Mi-. Aim.i Walker; .I.n,i ~ Van ' l"ie-id,i.\ Mrs Mart A beat lark; Secretary, Mis. Man A. VHkiaoea; Ttnsoaioi. Mr*.Berah ' X. Lie—gatea; i nap.am. Mi. X lea 11. M may; j Couduclc.i, Mis. I.aula I'iunuLei ; (maid. Mis. I .leiju.e t.uc.kiu ; A-sisiant Coadactor, Miss A-ldl. ! Kiuneai ; Assi-ti,:,- lin ml, Mi-. Alice 11.1.-i; ' Co. laopoadieg Stcictaiy, Mrs. Sarah A.Dewaiag Attei thescivi.es ul installati.m, Mis. Kaawfin eaataooedbos tathrfoctiea with ibeteaahel ihe years' work, aod c-.jiiiiuendetl in Itliag lan'ii i*e t ie labon ol Mrs. BTaaabl Marliu, the letuiupresident and her oflicei*. In re-spouse lo the cotnpiiiiientaiy attusinu. M...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
—James J. SJjl is, Esq, whose Lame appeared in ihe J'HKIs last Bat ot eat as uuc of the possible candidate, far Iht otK e nf Cat Cleik, called at, oar .friee loot Satuiriay OMtaiag to say, th it LiDame had beea used without his knowledge or eaaoeat. Beearaotlrj scouted the idea ot saailieiu- lii. lucrative le;;al business for an office ooptoseatiai »o mca_;e ra salary.
A LIVELY RAILROAD MEETING. The Present Management Sustained. Defeat of the Opposition. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A LIVELY RAILROAD MEETING. The Present Management Sustained. Defeat of the Opposition. The annual meeting of the Cambridge Railroad Company was held last Monday afternoon in Lyceum Hall, with a large attendance of stockholders and interested spectators. The public bad been stirred for several weeks with newspaper articles, pro and con upon tbe management of Ihe corporation, and it had gone out that a very considerable opposition had been create,! looking lo the overthrow of tbe directory. Requests bad been made through the advertising medium of the pre.s to obtain pianist lo he used against tbe management, while on ihe olher hand the liicods of llie administration were untiring in their endeavor* to secure strength with which to hold the fort. It is asserted that tbe first move to displace the directors, or a majority of Ihcm, was made when an auditing commitlec was appointed to examine the books. From that moment uutil the meeting on Mouday, the malcontents pursued | a Steady warfa...
Important to Real Estate Owners and Agents. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Important to Real Estate Owners and Agents. CaJsMNMHt, Mass, .Jai;. Huh. 1887. A number ot teal e.tate agents- ami owners of tenement hou.es iv Cambridge and Soiui-i ville, I betayr detiieat af associating tlum-ihes tegetht* ■ for mu'ii.l henetit. advice and pioteciino, raped* fully invite you. to attend a anetaag af tacb, for I orgamzition, to he held al .}. Wuintlt jt C'n.'t ! olfi c, He.6_ Mam snoot, Wednesday, Jan. I'Jih, 'a: 7 o'clock, I". If. signed by .1. WINXLI T, EDWARD HIUNIIAM, FREDEJUCA LULL, 1. M HANSOM, ! C X. HANCOCK, HOMES c. BOLT, ■!. M. liom.IXS.
Do Unto Others as You Would They Should Do to You. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Do Unto Others as You Would They Should Do to You. Mr. E-ij'", —Yon ate probably aware that we bare bad aad .nil ben terj tßppety walking oo CaaiWidge ajdesralas ll hat l»*-pn so bad lor a i week |)a-t 11, at we cannot blip cuutia.l .ng it with I twenty tears ago. At that period, the police lorce ; looked sharply aficr neb matter-, ami wheic ; walks were covered with iet thai i-onld nut he ; veiy well rcmovid at the time, railed upon Ihe oci cepeats of dareWajti to teatteraaad or athet'evev I tiit-iii, -o ms in leatea the IMdfitt to accident*. ; i Thisstat as it tbeeld t'c, aad there exi-t. oo | reasoa lor fetronradiag (rota a good enstom. I There appears tabes veiy giett foent ol ioj difference in the community, aud c i louder ego 1 than last Sunday tluie nor mauy walk, not far ' ' born Ibe oflee of ihe Passe, lhat were iaeverj daageioil, coaditton,-ii.il tn .0v livtos in tacb h» -a!--i iiiesiliil aothtag .*t mi la provide t raaedj foi the ' 11-Oi.l.lrt This :s a slate ol ti,ni_'s ...
A Struggling Church Society. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A Struggling Church Society. 5«. Peal's A. M I. t hare*, ikaatod al Iht eeracrel Porllaadaad 11 act streets,is Iht liisi I Otgaaioed i-.,|iiri*,l i lint&lt; I, ..i' litis ci'y. lis pastor jis tin- lt-v l; X. (."..ii.*,:.-I&gt;. li. I&gt;. Per seine lime I tin- u,*-n.'.,-i-iii|. ii h beea bardoaoo 1 l&gt;&gt;- mdei.tc.iaest lot ibe areead o*ea which the ehateh | beildiag rtaadt* Natwahstaßdian much eppooilion, il soi-u.s a. Ibeogb Ibey mem to reap since--, 'in li-t Tm-il,v i,i-!,i i| iC Tin.tees weie pretested will. .&gt;:i.si .'tn, .Ii oolieetrd oiocint. them- ' selvp, Tb« ! i,,;,iiin „r lbs nahholb School arc ; taa-aaiaed into a club aad aie called tlie "Little I Light.," as the] Unci nil line ml whicb it betas I used lor ligbtiag parpatea. The terrieeol tbiol chunii ou Saedaj a&lt;aalag&lt; h ol imnaol latoiaot. iio iiud help them.
Visitation and Installation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Visitation and Installation. Wednesday neaiai .lolm Blast Council, No. 112 , O'dt'l Ol l.'llilcd I- 11. 1..1-, WilS 1,i.11n;,-,| by a , visit from Major (icon;,- .-s. Men ill, Grand Councillor of Massachusetts; District. Deputy (i. L). Jntioooa, and Ailing Bread 1 Marshal Malm. The I 10l oaki!; office-is weie installed : Chief Councillor, | Richard w. Sanaa; Viet councillor, Krauk T. Hawes; I'iilitc. Dr. A. P. Clarke; Roeetder, Bother! A". BhoaJoi; Financier, Frank A. WUite; , Traaiurei, Jeeosh vvbittem &gt;re; Harabal, Baaarl Craig.Jr.; Guardian, George Telfer; Sentinel, i Ueotjft S chardtea. Tbt- Coaaril woo loand to be ma boaha* eaadkioa, w.ih every indication of a prosperous tcira. After the excercijes iclrcobuicnt. | were scivcd. |
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board or Mayor and Alderman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board or Mayor and Alderman. Wednesday Evening, Jan 12. 1887. Tbe regular meeting of the Board was held this evening, Mayor Russell In the chair. PETITIONS PRESENTED AND KIFEKKID. The request of Samuel Balchelder for curbstones io Hiiliard street wss relcrred to the standing committee on roads and bridges. The request of James F. Wilkinson and others to have street lamps placed in Grant street, was relcned to the committee on lamps. Notice waa received Irom the attorney of Margaret O'Connor, of an action to recover compensation for injuries received by hi» client from a lall on the ice in Reed street. Referred to the City Solicitor. Tbe uquesl ol 50 members of the police force for increase of compensation from January 3, 1837, was referred to the committee on finance. REPOKTB OF COMMITTEES, KTC. The standing committee on roads and bridges repotted orders grantiog permission to the Cambridge Electric Light Company to erect two poles 00 Cambridge street, Dear the ra...
Death Benefit Paid. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Death Benefit Paid. Yesterday a committee af Dans Council, Nn. 1-1, Ameiic.u. Legion u l Honor, consisting ol William 11. While, Commander, George C Benl, Stccrctarv, and A- Whiting Watrisa, Treasurer, paid lo Mrs. Batab A Jacob, Ihe sum of *5,000, being ;hc amount for which the late Justin A Jacobs was in-Hied in the order. The late clerk died on Ibe 1 I m-t , and oa Ibe 7th in-t. the Supn me (oiniri! received Ibe liist inleiataliea of his dea.li Thisprs—pi pavaieut is not ouly creditable to the Supieine t'oiiccd. but it reflects credit upon thu olli.-eis of Daoa Council lor their cfiiiiency io furnishing prool of death.
Death of Dr. Esters Howe. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Death of Dr. Esters Howe. Dr. Kslcs Howe, Tieisureiof Ihe Cambridge Gas Light Company since IMS, died at his home, No. 1 Oxford Sticel, on Wednesday, at the age of 72 yeait and &gt; ■oatba The deceased was a native .': Wui-.bii.gioi!, Mass , aud was a son (it .lodge Howe. He was gia.luated at llairard in ! IS.TJ, and subs(.|iiently studied medicine-, being far 1000/ lieu a successful practitioner. At one i time l.c resided iv Cincinnati. Daring his resi-lience-here be repraaaatedlke est? ialkeSeaato in lhol* .iii.l in IS7I, and was at one lime a member of the Camb.iclge Water Hoard. He was a staunch Krpuhlican in politics, and was chairman for several years ol the Kepublican Cily Committee. Dr. Howe was a genial gentleman, and waa highly respected.
Revival Meetings. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Revival Meetings. A religious awakening has manifested itself at the Collage Street M. E. Church during the past two weeks, and several converts havo testified I beta belicl iv religion. Tue revival has been conducted by the pastor, Key. N. b Kisk. He has been ably assisted by Key. George S Chadhourne, presiding Elder, Key. James Smith of Halifax, N. S-. and Key. W. 1. Haven, son ol the late Mtkopi Gilbert Haven.
So Say We, All of Us. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
So Say We, All of Us. The Legislature certainly ought to grant Ihe petiiionof Cambridge for the passage of a law cslatdi-liing five-cent fares on the horse railroad in that city. The idea of charging air cents on lhat roud, when all others are glad to get five, is SO lidiculoiis at it is unfair, unbusinesslike and impolitic. Citizens of Cambridge have lights which a company usiug its streets should respec'. — [Boston OMe, ltftb. im&gt;t.
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. —Key. \V. A. Start has entered upon his eleven h yeat of service as Superintendent of the Mission work of the L'aireriulitt State Convention. —The week of prayer at the Congregational Church closed successfully last Saturday. —Tbe residents along North avenue are looking forward wilh most pleasurable anticipations, to the time wbeo tbe electric lights will illumine this handsome thoroughfare. —Lots of sleigh parties have passed through this Ward during the week. —"A Serpentin the Garden of Eden" was the topic discussed at the North Avenue Univeisaliat Church last Sunday evening. —Tbe S. P. Society connected with the North Avenue Baptist Church, gave a very interesting niusicale in the vestiv of the church Thursday evening. The "Wand'drill" was a feature of the evening's entertainment. —The Woman's Christian Temperance Union held its regular meeting in tbe parlor of the Universalis! Cburcb yesterday afternoon- There was a very good atteudancc. —At the North Avenue Un...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
WINTER ST. U- BURT FHILLIrO, WINTER ST. BOSTON. Successor to C. I. CASTES ft CO. BOBTOH. •»"•17. 36 WINTER ST. Jaa. 17. Branch Store ta Lrna, IS Monroe St. LOWER PRICES THAN EVER. THE SEAL OF SUCCESS STAMPED ON QUE Grand January Mark-Down Sale. ! wh?SI«!i5' We are the only manufacturers having a retail store, and our mark-down la tr OB an* WHOLESALE prices. (Murk downs in oilier stores »re from KETTAIL nricM « S w?th3?»'„" g "'?" hou «V» Boston on some quality ot garments. By puienastS "of a"ToTIn dattt? ?»™i fni'"2F u ? unT ' thuB faTin « bo ' h i° bbi "* «" d re, »" Droflt - Our enormou. sales past tea dS eomm w,u get the be * ,t '■"«"-»•• H ' w •*• *-* us. These good. .„ lately manufactured by JACKETS OF ALL STYLES from $200 to $23.00. ELEGANT IMPOETED WEAPS AT HALF PBICE8EAL PLUSH SACOTJE, 826-00; worth $33- The finest in Boston for the money. SUITS. NEWMARKETS. All-Wool (worth $12) - - $7.50 pi. in .... tfiOOmwaWl Tricot Butt ---. $12.00 ' W.OO npwnrd ABtraohan Trimmed - $2000 ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
' ■'- ' ' ■- ■ -■ ■ - ■ ■ ■ ■"■ _ FIS! MS! We are now prepared to exhibit a flao ttlittata ot the ■ Latest Paris Styles I -ik-FUR-LINED and * SEAL-SKIN GARMENTS. ir l- These Garments ware selected by Mr. Kakas i- while In Paris, the past summer, aad are tare to S please our friends and coitomers who may daelre new styles of Fur Garments. We shall also show a - large assortment of OUB OWN STYLES In SEALSKIN MANTLES, JACKETS and BACQUEB. 1 EDWARD KAKAS &amp; SONS, 1 404 Washington St. Bortttt(FLOUß! FLOUR! I ; The very best Haxall, 55.75 per bbh, 7Se. par baa | The very best St. Louis, 5.60 per bbh. 70c. per bag BUTTER. Best Vermont Butter, 32c. per pound COFFEE. Very Best Old Gov't Java, soe. per lb , Very Best Maleberry and Mocha, 33c. per lb Canned Goods. • Best Corn, 12c. Canned Squash, Ue Tomatoes, 10c. Canned Peas, Ue , Finest Quality of Teas at very Low Prioes. Full line of Crockery, Glass and Tin Ware. 1 Goods all new. No old stock. Orders called far ' and goods delive...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Presentation. A Successful Ball. A Pleasant Sociable. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Presentation. A Successful Ball. A Pleasant Sociable. Ward Gossip. Mm* Minnie Storey, daughter of Mr. Edwin Stasev, the well known confectioner of this Ward, tainted her majority oa Monday last. On the avoaiag ol too above named day, her friends, to the aomber of forty or more, called on her. at her naidimi i No. 75 Fifth (treat, and extended tbeir r*)Bgja*Blalinni. wishing her "ad mnltos annos." A nwfvSM was in store for Miss Storey, and ir Mlitctw, inasmuch as aba was thoroughly •ahwa Seek on fading prettily arranged on a aide tabi* *a aiagaat fold watch and chain and a beaatifal band painted toilet let and other useful artielea, which were presented to ber by ber friends a* birthday gifts- Miss Storey, when she had sufficiently recovered from the surprise, con sequent oa being the recipient of such costly gifts, returned thanks to tbe donors in fitting laaguaga. After the presentation the evening waa ■sorrily pasted in listening to vocal and instrumental selection...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. A New Organization. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. A New Organization. —Mr. Charles E. Raymond, of thia city, haa obtained judgment in the Court of Common Pleas of Hamilton county, Ohio, on Spring Grove and Avondale bonds againtt the Cincinnati Northern Railroad Company for 4302,000. Tbit is a rcault ol a long contested lawsuit, growing out of Toledo, Cincinnati and St. Louis Railroad complications. —The Somerville Dancing School Association held a very pleasant "bon-bon" party at Eherly Hall, Union square, Somerville, Friday eveoing of last week. There were about forty couples present, who danced, at Intervals, till midnight, to the atraina of Borg's orchestra. Mr. N. B. Gilkey officiated as floor director to tbe entire aatisfaction of all. i —Francis S- S. Monblo has sold| to Andrew | Bnrke for 82500, lend aud building on north | aide of Vine street. —Attention it called to advertisement of Chorus , Singers Wanted. —The Middlesex Market, corner of Cherry and Main ttreett,...