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Common Council. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
Common Council. W'i:i.M&gt;my Kvkninii. June l.'i. ImxT. The regular meeting of the council wna held ihi- evening. President Coreoraa in the chair, Ab-.nl. i '..un. ilin. i&gt; r'itzpatrick uml Walker. The report of th. committee to a hich wa- r.--ferred the pet ll lon ..i 11. 11. liana el al. for Ihe removal of the Bath street sewer and against tahlag land in the i asino grounds lor a sewer, Tlt'll il Was inexpedient lo null.. un\ cliuUL.'-, wns accepted. An order, tukin. a strip of land SO feel wide through tbe I ..-in., ground? for ■ sewer» wna adopted in c* urreace. (in rccouiincmlniioii of lln- committee ou Nuance an order was adopted in concurrence constituting tbi i Itj K.-ii_.'iiieei'. &lt; ttj Solicitor, Auditor of Accounts and Superintendent of Streets a c-.:nini--ioii lo c..ii-il. :' the advisability of watering all Ibe stifi Is ai the expense or ihe oiU. The order appropriation jHMMMn for the new lirid;.-.- and rrcating :i citj ileM fur the sunn- ...
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Wf.hnk&gt;i&gt;.. v. June 15, ls»C. Special meeting. rrcsent. Mrs. Kendall. Messrs. ( onlau. Km.-rtoii. I'airl.niiks. IliMreth, Morse. Paine. start. In the al.senee of tbe Mayor, Mr. Morse waa rhonem chairman pro lemporeNsTbe record of the last meeting was approv-sk 5 itnlereil, (on motion of Dr. IliMr.-th) that, in view of the'large-addition la the Latin School which i- experted ai Ibe beginning ol the autumn term, ilii- Board does not recommend Ibe proposed enlargement ol the Latin Beboot-ll-.11-.-. But, if tlli- . nh.r_r. lil.tllt lie nol made, it is the ..|iini,.n ul lln- Board that the City Council should at once pro. 1 lo .-r.-et a now Latin Sell,M,lll,,||-e. t,. In- lilli-lleil (HI or before Sept., bejel, and that the- new building he plaeeil upon tin- lot ~r land now occupied bj the English ili-.li School. Adjourned. Till Itsi.AV, June Ifi. ISST. Monthly meeting, Pr.eant, Mrs. Kendall. M,.--r-. Itarue-. Clnireli. ('onion. Euiertoii, Fairbank...
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Cambridge English High School. "Christ Before Pilate." Christian Science and Mental Cure. Liquor Prosecutions. A Monument Dedicated. Musicale. Central Hall. Opening of a new Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Cambridge English High School. "Christ Before Pilate." Christian Science and Mental Cure. Liquor Prosecutions. A Monument Dedicated. Musicale. Central Hall. Opening of a new Church. —For additional Old Cambridge news see first page. —Xext Fridov will be a gala day in this city, it will be Class Day at Harvard College. —Officer Doyle and wife are receiving the congratulations of their friends. It is a girl. —Arrangements for class day are beiug energetically pushed forward. The invitations for the spreads, etc.. ou that occasion, have been baaed. —The "Letters of Horatio Greenough," recently published by Tieknor &amp; Co., were edited by his venerable mother. Mrs. Frances Boott Greenough, widow* of the lute Henry Greeuough of this city. —The Cambridge Railroad Company has adopted a new plan for watering its horses at Harvard square. Instead of using a common pail as formerly, a vessel over two feet in length and divided into two sections is employed. —In Scribu...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
iHOODS/f il Z~—ri[ 'Wisp 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 enrich the blood, and we ask you to try Hood's P_ar*l ilia r • S;Lrsa l ,ar ' ll:l *- Itstrengthcns fC-UUII-ir _~_ bunds 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 pectil- ~p_. l+eolf lar curative powers. Ko ' O ll«CII other medicine has such a record of wonderful cures. If you have made up your mind to buy Hood's Sarsaparil!:. do not be Induced to take any other instead. It is a Peculiar Medicine, and is worthy your confidence. Hood's Sarsaparilla is sn'.d by all druggists. Prepared by C.1. Hood &amp; Co., Lowell, Mass. 100 Doses One Dollar
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
&amp;AKIH* POWDER Absolutely Pure. Thin powder never varies. A marvel of purity strength and wholei-mme-ieM. More economics than ihe ordinaly kinds, and cannot be sold in conipetition with ihe multitudeof low test, short weight alun; or phosphate itowders. Sold only in cans. Koval Bakim; I'ovdkb Co., lOC Wail St., X. Y. §tfll AIESIEJAIIB BAM. The Annual Meeting of the Corporation ot the North Avenue Savings Bank will be held at the Bank on SATURDAY EVENING, 18th inst., at 7..10 o'clock. GEORGE W. PARKE, Secretary. Cambridge, June l. r &gt;, IsST. lw CAMBRIDGEFOBH.mr.uS BAM. The following Depositors' Accounts exceeded tbe limit according to the Public Statutes, Chapter 116. Section 34,—0n the third Wednesday of January 18«7. Sect. 34. Every such corporation shall once in five years publish, in some newspaper of tbe county where it is established, a list of tbe amounts standing to the credit of depositors who have not been entitled to dividends on tbe whole amounts sta...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
C. C. W. FULLER. BOSfoFONE PRICE &lt;10TH!\&lt;_ CO., ISO. 550 STREET, MEN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING. THE BEST FITTING. HATSs THE BEST MADE. In all the New St y les for Men » Boys and Children. THE BEST STYLE. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, THE LOWEST PRICES. NECK-WEAR, UMBRELLAS, Our clothing is made for us WHITE. FANCY AND FLANat our Wholesale Store. We NEL SHIRTS, pay no Jobbers' profit. Cash BOYS' FLANNEL. BLOUSES. and Small Expenses enable us STAR SHIRT WAISTS, to name the LOWEST PRICES [RUBBER GOODS, for equal quality. OVERALLS and JUMPERS. No. 550 MAO STREET, Odd Fellows Building. W. .1/ TO WNSEND, &amp; Co. WE AXE PKEPAKED TO FUKSISH House Frames schedVf. at Short Notice. OUR FACILITIES ARE UNSURPASSED. As these Frames oome by rail exclusively. C3--EHO. "W. C3-JLXjE, 336 MAIN STREET, - Oambrldgeport LOW S-EECOIES Are now in season and are cool and comfortable. We are well stocked in all colors. MENS' $1.25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, $3.00, $3.50. LADIES' $1.00, $...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Complimentary Excursion. Wedding Bells. Death of a Veteran Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Complimentary Excursion. Wedding Bells. Death of a Veteran Soldier. The members of tbe St. John's Literary Institute and their lady friends who assisted them at their recent bazar, to the number of over t four hundred, enjoyed a day's outing yesterday at Strawberry Hill. The affair was complimentary to tbe ladies and was gotten up for the purpose of showing in a substantial manner the appreciation of the Institute, for their untiring efforts in making the bazar the success it proved to be. During the day many exciting and closely contested trials of skill took place, among the number being tugs-of-wars, tub and hurdle races, base ball matches, etc. At 1 o'clock the gathering repaired to the Sea Foam House, where an excellent dinner, elegantly served, was partaken of. The follow lug was the bill of fare: MENU. Clam Chowd.r, Radishes. 801-KK. Halibut, Egg Sauce, Cucumbers, Mashed Potatoes. ... Baked. Bin. Fish, , Haddock, Green Peas. _ Fried. Clams, Perch, French Fried...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Watertown and Mouut Auburn notes on fourth page. —I'nity Temple of Honor has added four pillars since the first of May. —Sophia Gaulnipp has sold to Caspar Mittlchacli, for $I.*JO, laud near '*Alc\vife Brook," 5 acres. —Emily S. Koss has sold to John X. O'Brien, for $7300, land and buildings on Broadway. —Thorndike's botanic root beer and his excelent soda water, with all flavors, are eugerly sought after by thirsty mortals. —The Catholic Young Men's Gymnasium will close ou the 25th inst., aud will re-open in September. —There will be a temperance adJ.'e.s by Col. (lark in the Broadway Baptist Church. Tuesday evening next, at T.-Wi o'clock. Tlie public is cordially invited to attend. —Have you tried those doughnuts of Thurston A- flail* If not. do so at once. —The graduating class exercises of St. Thomas Aquinas College will occur in Aquinas Hall, on Tuesday evening, 2Sth inst. —The stars and stripes were gayfy living yesterday from the City Hall, from tlie" seve...
A New Tribe of Red Men. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
A New Tribe of Red Men. Mas-a.-hiisett- THbe of lie.l Men was in.-ti-Inle.l In.-.lav evening la&gt;l ill Central Hall. Central -iiuare. (Iranil &gt;aeliein W. J. Iliii-inorc, a-i-1.-.l I,&gt; Hiawatha Trihe. So. :H of Medford p. rl'oriii.,l Hie work of in-titiitiou. Tin* Ailuption lle.-r.-.- wa- worked in an .-1.--_riiiit maimer l.y lliawatlia Tribe. Then are HI!) charter nieuil-er* of the m*w tribe. At tbe close of the iii-titiitin_. .-.•reinoiiy a line collation was served in the ban*.uot hall liy Misi M. X. Join--, caterer. The following orticer- were installed: I*. Alien l.ind-ey, -aelnni; Sainu.l Hall, senior sagamore; John IV. Walker, junior sagamore; Saniiielli. Xokmg. chief of record*: .lames 11. Soper. assistant chief of record-; J,,-epli Whitteiiian. keeper of w ainplliii: (ieo. _£, Mitchell, l*t -annet; Kiiliaril W. Sutton. _!d .-aiim-t; l.othrop J. I 'loves, Ist warrior; Alonzo S. llarriiuaii. *_&lt;i warrior; Win. H. Witlierell. M warrior...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
—Messrs. Oierge X. Kicker ,v. CO- tlie well known -team rarp«-t clean, aa, received last Tuesday tlie following not,- from the wife of ex-Mayor Allen. Tin* communication is self explanatory : June 1.1. IS.**?. Tn Oil Mil- W. KIfKHU m lii-. ■U Main street, r&gt;_alllllkllllllll. Mass., Dk.au Silt.-*: Tin* carpet-which you clcanie.l for in.- _. r i\e iK-rfcr! sati-factioii: look nlniu-t as fresh aiul l.riirht a- new. Mrs. W. A. Allen.
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. The National Lancers. The Golden Cross. Friendship Council, Home Circle. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Ward Gossip. The National Lancers. The Golden Cross. Friendship Council, Home Circle. Sunday Services. —Tbe Baptist Sunday School will hold itannual picnic at Lake W'ald.-u next Saturday. —Mr. and Mrs. Hooper and family have gone to their summer residence at Ocean Spray. —The I'niversalist Sunday School ,iia le an excursion to Middlesex FVUs, yesterday. —The Orthodox Sunday School enjoyed a picnic at Melville Gardens, Downer Landing, yesterday. —J. L. Nason ■_ Co., auctioneers, sold last Thursday the bouse No. 13 Walden street, to Josiah Prescott for o—U\ -The Rev. A. X. White of the First I'nivcrsaiist Chinch, Crinbridge, will preach in the North Avenue I'niversalist Church next Sunday morning. —Mr. Frank Henderson, of Henderson Bros., carriage manufacturers, is seen quite frequently driving iv a handsome dog cart, behind a spirited pair or grays, driven tcndciu. —The North Avenue Congregational Sunday School enjoyed a day's outing at .Melville Gardens. Downer Land...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
Married. BERKELEY— TOOHET—Ia tbls elly, llili inst.. by tt.-v. .I..tin .1 liiillin, Mr. llavi.l BatOaSOJ lo Miss Ann tomaun, beta at this eiiy. 81.-AVN—MASSIIKiII-lii S.iin«rvlUc. 1111 l ins*.., uv Key. C. S. Dewtag, Mr. Dllbslt J. Ilr.mii to ■Has Kil.-ii M. .1. sts—insli, i...Hi of tin-, .ity. CHEXET— HUTCHIN-JON-In tills .ity. I*.ih inst., by Ituv. K.lwiinl X. (.'lnin llur. Mr. &lt;;li»rles W. VleeWmj i-f llu»l..ii, t-i .Miss Klorii A. l[ilt&gt;-liiu**-iii of ibis elty. NAtiI.E—KELLT—In this city, 14th Inst., by Iter. i. V.. Illckev. Mr. 1 boiuiis V. Naijl** la Miss CatkarlM A. Kellv, bulb iif tills elty. HKKI&gt;-KKl.LV—iii tills i lly. IM inst., by Hey. .l-lin V. 11r.K1.-rick, Mr. .1i.1.i, liceil to .Miss .Mury Kelly, both of this.-ity.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
Died. BOWMAN-la this cily, l.ltli Inst.. Florence M»!;»lighter ..f Herbert Bowman and Mary .lane BsnsSl, 1 year,'J months. O.KI-'KY—llth inst.. Cornelius Coffey, 74 years. ColdllLlN —nth inst., Margaret, .laughter of Ilaniel ami Hannah C..tlghlin, 1 year, - months, Itlsys. DAKI.IN'II— tith lust., John R. Darling, .'I years. FAI.VKY — llth Inst., Margaret, wife of Michael Falvev, 4r&gt; years. HILL—'-Mb bet- llenretta X. Hill, Tt; years. HOPKINS—I4th Inst , Catherine, widow of K.luar.l Hopkins. S4 years. LACY —llth iii-t., ltase, duughter of .lames an.l Ann l.acv, !l nionll.s. LAWI.EK- llth inst , Nellie A. I.a*ler, tt years, B months, 1;S ,lavs. 1.1 All V— Llth inst.. Annie, wife of Patrick Leahy. 37 years. MAHo.M.Y —llth inst., .lereiniah, son of Hcniiian,l .lohannali Mahoney. 1 year,.*, months, B "lays. POKTKK li.th inst., Laura M. A., daughlci 'of Kohert 11. an.l Maiy M. Poller, _! )e irs, "J months, •-'1 So—. ItILKY-i:nh inst., Klizabelh A., wife of John KiU-y, ■'!* year...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
Sore Eyes The eyes are always In sympathy with the body, and afford an excellent index of its condition. When the eyes become weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it is an evidence that the system has become disordered by Scrofula, for which Ayer's Sarsaparilla is the best known remedy. Scrofula, which produced a painful inflammation in my eyes, caused me much suffering for a number of years. By tbe advice of a physician 1 commenced taking Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using this medicine a short time I was completely Cured My eyes are now in a splendid condition, and I am as well and strong as ever.— Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. H. For a number of years 1 was troubled with a humor in my eyes, and was unable to obtain any relief until I commenced using Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This medicine has effected a complete cure, and I believe it to be the best of blood purifiers.— C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. H. From childhood, and until within a few months, I have been afflicted with Weak and Sore E...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
I)KS. KMKKY &amp; CHAPMAN, 4aT~4aw CITY OPTICIANS, BH Main St., .-amiikiim;..Four. Spectacleu and Kye Qhistea accurately titled. (ilaj.r.eri repaired and lenit-8 rettet. Sati«faction guaranteed. inyi!H— dm. DR E. S FOSTER, CONSULTING OPTICIAN (Store with C.W. Hn,imi.\, tbe Diamond Healer.) 24 BEDFORD STEEET, - BOSTON. Kniming through to 41 Avon Street. _*'l**i_:int F.ye-t.la toaa, Spectacles. l&gt;i*sra, Field an.l Marine O-MSeSL aad everything 111 the line of Optical &lt;...o,i*. \V. flive Special .V*t*-ntl&lt;ni to tlie examination uf the Human Ky.- an,l the sctentillc adaptation and proper adjustment of tlie correct lenses for all corret'lable defects of vision. No charge for examinations. Repairing neatly executed. myli-Jm
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
New Advertisements Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, — FORt--Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DESIERABLE LOCALITIES. NOTICE! THE CATHOLIC YOUNG- MEN'S GYMNASIUM, Cambridgeport. will closs SATURDAY, June 25th, 1887, and will reopen in September. TO BE GIVEN AWAY. ABOUT Two Hundred Loads of loam for filling. Apply to W. A. TAYLOR, 483 Main Street. J. CLOSE, Christian Scientist or Mental Physician Having connected myself with the Boston College of Metaphyisical Science, my office hours at my residence, 121 Prospect St., Cambridgeport, will now be from 4 P.M. to 7 P. M. je18-3m NOTICE is hereby given that the co-partnership of WILLEY, LEONARD &amp; CO ., of Cambridgeport, manufacturers of Prescott's Excelsior Baking Powder, in this day dissolved. The business to be continued by GEO. T. LEONARD. WALTER R. WILLEY, GEO. T. LEONARD. Cambridgeport, June 11, 1887. 1w* SILK RIBBONS. An elegant, large package...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IX PIRCHASOfG, But unfortunately lnw prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catchthe public. A l.uig experience in business proves to us that flr«t class goods pay both the dealer and purchaser. O1) R SPRING -S.' r -T O-O B_. Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST CLASS GOODS , Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PABLOB, LIBBABY, OHAMBEB and DINING-BOOM PUBNITUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTON, VELVET, BBUSSELS, TAPESTBT and WOOLEN OABPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STBAW MATTING, ABT SQUABES, BUGS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 WashiiiKtoii and 87 Friend Sts., - - BOSTOH. Slusital. ARCHIBALD J. HOIIGHT-M, Cert iti cat ftl Sen. Div. Trinity College, London; Sen. I»iv. 1»t Clfl!«» Hoi.-nrs .Musical lnter.iut-oi.al College, London: ■teoSoelotj n*. Artu, London, two diploma.-, and other l*i_ inin*i.i;i.s is open to r...