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Masonic. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Masonic. The annual meeting of tbe Grand Lodge of Masons was held at Masonic Temple, Boston, last Tuesday, for the installation of the officers elect and appointed. R. \V. Henry Endicottol this city, was installed as M. W Grand Master by theretiring M. W. Grand Master. Abraham U. Howland, Jr. In turn, Grind Master Endicott installed tbe other officers, .mong which were tbe following also ol Cambridge: Sereno D. Xickerson, recording grand secretary; Prof. Benjamin A. Gould, senior grand deacon; John G. Thoiogood end Frank W. Dallioger, grand pursuivants; Henry Endicott, cx-offijio director; Henry Eudicott and Rev. Lucius R Paige, U. D., trustees of tbe Masonic Education and Charity Trust; Lafayette G. Blair, commissioner on trials; Sereno D. Nickersoo, Jacob C. Patton, committee on library-

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Christmas Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Christmas Entertainment. Tbe festival of the Wood Memorial Church Sunday School on Christmas evening was quite a success. For the entertainment a cantata en* titled " Santa Clans," was presented The principal features were tbe singing of solos by Miss Clara Hiyden, Miss Ediih Ilaivle, Miss Anna Holmberg aod Miss Haitie Short, who represented respectively, Joy, Love. Peace and Hope. Santa C!au«, Frost King aod Drako (Saota Claus' servant,) were well repre seoted by Mr- Edgar Dakio, Mr. Thomas Sco'tun snd Mr. Andrew Campbell; the piano accompanist was Miss Nellie HavJcn Ire cream, liuit and candy were served after tbe cnteitaiumcnt to tbe scholars.

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Letter Carriers on a Junket. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Letter Carriers on a Junket. Tbe letter carriers aod clerks counected with ibe Cambridgeport Post office intend to make a pleasure excursion to Waltbam tbis evening in one ol Niion't conveyances, wbicb tbey trust will lie a sleigh, and if ibe condition of tbe ro.d. permit, it will be. Wben the objective point is reached, a good bot supper will be partaken of at the Piospect House, after which singing and social intercourse will be enjoyed until the return trip, which wiil be made so as to reach Cambridge hy loiiloight. Tbe committee in charge of the arraugements lor the affair consist ol Messrs E. P Craig, A. Otis Cbamberlin and W. L. 11. Robinson.

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To the Temperance People of Massachusetts. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

To the Temperance People of Massachusetts. Tbe committee formed to conduct the no-license campaign in the cities oT tbe Commonwealth, at the recent election, being aware that there is no organization for conducting a similar campaign in the towns of the State, voted at iv meeting held on the I7tb inst ,to invite Ibe temperance people >of Massachusetts to send three repieseulatites I from each town, aod three from every waid of each of tbe cities, to meet in Worcester, on Wednesday, 12th day of January, for the purpose of : organizing lor the uo-lireo*e campaign in tbe towus ot the State at the coining spring elections. j aod for the 00-licensc campaign in tbe cities next ; tall. » We hope that the temperance people will respond to this call, and send representatives as requested, and that tbe result may be tbe formation of an organization which will result in bringing out a full no-license vote at every lowo aod city election lo be held during the year'lBB7 Future announc...

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Ladies' Sociable. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Ladies' Sociable. The lady (rienils ol Ihe Odd Fellows' Hall Association will hold a "ladies party" next Thursday evening, in tlie scries of sociuhle* whicb bave been conducted by Ibe Association this MM The afTtir is under tbe.roan-igenient ol Mrs. Wesley I- Page, who will be agisted by Mrs. Jobn C Crocker and oilier ladies. At the CDtertaintncut is to he wholly under the auspices of the ladies, an enjoyable season is anticipated. Tickcls of admission have been placed at the low figure of-50 cents

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J. T. U. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

J. T. U. The auuual conceit oJ ibe -Juvenile Tempciaore Cmon was given in the vestry of Wood Meinoiial Church Sunday evening, and w»s acieditahle one. Tbe members were out in goodly numbers and perforated their exeicise* to the satisfaction of alt. The president introduced Miss Penola llolienhack to tbe audience as one who bad been present at every session since tbe organization of the I'oion seven years ago. Tbe church has kindly given the use o( the vestry for the holding of all meetings of the Union for more tbaa two years for whicb (he W. C T. U , under whose auspices they are held, are more tbao grateful. Tbe pledge JLcluiies abstinence from profanity aod tbe use of tobacco, Ihe officers believing in thorough work. [

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Christmas Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Christmas Festival. The Christmas lite at tbe vestry ol the First raiveisa.isi lhutch on Llnt-dmas eve was a decided success. Happy, ujcmv childhood waa out in large ouoihcts, auti the tree almost groaned audibly wilh ibe weigh, of pleasant remem biances iv ibe shape of dolls, funis, boxes, packages aod tbe various embellishments usual ou sucb occasions. A welcome to Santa Claus in tbe fuira of a aingiDg service was Hist on tbe programme, Utile Kalic Couscns singing '.he solos and a di zen children of old Mother Goose singing ibe fboius. Much mernmenl was caused by the old wonißu and her iboe filled wild her chililicn who m|thffn diitien, the mo.her ia tbe meantm-i- uuxiuui fur Ilnir wellaie when old Santa hi |.rm* Miih b—liel <>v Him ready to assist had he thu uitai.s. Tb» little ones file J out of the shoe each one dt-positing some edihiV, carried on a st : ck, in the basket, wbirh is gruteluMy received. Tlie presents from the lice are now kivcd lo the rctfec...

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. Wednesday Evening, Dec. 29, 1886. '■ The regular meeting of the Board was beld this evening, Mayor Russell in the chair. PETITIONS PBIBKNTED AND BiriRBIDThe petition of A. J. Woodsnm for removal of a tree standing in Winsor near Market street, was ! referred to tbe next Board of Aldermen. The petition of Carlos L. Page to set up and use ; a stationary boiler and engine at 180 Broadway, ! was granted, it appearing that tbe boiler is already ■ set and has heretofore been used. Tbe petition of the New England Telephone and Telegraph Company for permission to set poles in Tnoindike, Third, Binney and Brookline streets. I was referred to the next Board. BXPOBTB OF COMMITTEES, ETC. The Mayor communicated information to the Board from the City Solicitor, who asked thai counsel be employed to defend the city in tbe action of Mclntire vs. tbe City of Cambridge in [ I the matter of a tax title brought by a member of j j bis family An ord.:r was ...

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A Happy Twain. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

A Happy Twain. Mis» Kmma Uhrig, only daughter of Mr. Joseph Uhrig, proprietor of the Prospect House, was united in marriage on Thursday evening to Mr. Vidal Uenzaquen, Rev. A E. White, of the First Uuivcra.list Church, performing the service at the pastoral residence, :)o Prospect street. Mr. Ralph Klucken acted as groomsman, and Miss Clara i Benzaquen. sister of the groom, as bridesmaid. A reception was given tbe newly married pair at the Prospect House, at which many costly bridal I picscnts wero bestowed.

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Royal Arcanum. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Royal Arcanum. At the regular meeting of Franklin Council, No SO, of the Royal Arcanum, on Tuesday evening nexl, Ibe following officers elect will be duly installed : Horace B. Bridden, Regent; Charles W. Cheney, V. R., Elhridge G. Stevens, P. R ; Andrew J l.awson, Orator; Samuel D. Young, Secretary; Augustus Tribble, Collector; Herbert A. Rhoades, Treasurer; Z. T. Tu»on, Guide; AugajT tvs P. Clarke, Chaplain; William H. While, Warden; Charles L. Bradlee, Seniinel. At the clo«c . of business there wil 1 he a sumptuous collation. I

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. Post 30's Visit to Dorchester. In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. Post 30's Visit to Dorchester. In Memoriam. —Be sure and write it 1887* —Now ia the time to "swear off." —Good resolution*, are oow in older. —A happy and prosperous New Year. —Tbe cburcbes were welt attended on Christmas day. —Tbe Cambridge Railroad will pa; a dividend of 2j per cent today. — President and Mrs. Eliot entertained a Urge , family party at tbeir home on Christmas eve. | —Prof. Alexander Agassiz was registered at the [ Everett House, New York city, last week. --Having photograpbs taken in toboggan costume is the latest fashionable wrinkle. —Col. T. W. Hitfginson is president of the Cambridge Tobbogan Club. —Post 56 will install their newly elected officers next Hpnday evening. —Alarm 43 at 3.10 o'clock Saturday afternoon { was caased by a slight fire in house on Banks at. j Damage very trifling. j —J. W. Brine, the Harvard Outfitter.ever enter- ! prising, has introduced the electric light into his well appointed establishment numbered 10 and 11 , Harvard...

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

Rheumatism It U an established fact that Hood's Barsaparffla has proven an Invaluable remedy ta many severe cases of rheumatism, effecting remarkable cures by Its powerful action In correcting tbe acidity ot the blood, which Is the cause of the disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. /( U certainly fair to assume that what Hood's SarsaparUla has done for others it will do for yon. Therefore, If you suffer the pains and aches of rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair trial. A Positive Core. " I was troubled very much with rheumatism In my hips, ankles, and wrists. I could hardly walk, and was confined to my bed a good deal of the time. Being recommended to try Hood's SarsaparUla, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's SarsaparUla as one of the best blood purifiers In the world." W. F. Wood, Bloomlngton, HI. For Twenty Years 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 18831 found no relief, bat grew worse. I then began taking Hood'...

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

Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, j I —FOE— . Cambridge Property Only. | Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Mortgages Negotiated. Insurance Placed. S_p-TELEPHONE 7318~£3g Cambridgeport Savings Bank. tM At tlie Annual Meeting of the Cambridge-' port Savings Bank Corporation, held at their Rooms on the 15th of December, 1886, the following persons were chosen officers of said institution for the ensuing year, all of whom have been duly ■ worn, to wit: — '*. ; PRESIDENT, JOSEPH A. HOLMES. VICE-PRESIDENTS, Luclubß. Paige, George T. Gale, D.U.Cbamherlin. TRUSTEES, Caleb C. Allen, Henry Endicott, Dana W. Hyde, W. A.Bullard, Geo. T. Gale, Edward Kendall,' D.U.Chamberlin, Jos. A . Holmes, Asa P. Morse. Curtis Davis, J. \V. Hammond, Lucius R. Paige, B. K.Tilton, BOABD Ot INVESTMENT. Jos. A. Holmes, Geo. T. Gale, Dan'l U. Chamberlin. SECRETARY, J . F . LANE. TREASURER, WILLIAM PAGE, by the Trustees. A true copy Attest. J. F. LANE, Clerk. Cambridge, December 29,1886. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

THE CHIIMA PARLOR CURE, ADAMS & CLARK,« 6'.t> a»rf 67 Franklin St.. cor. Arch, Boston: COMMENDING MONDAY MORNING, NOVEIBV& ISth, Ml VI 'HAM, OFFKR '■'?':'. 100 DECORATED DINNER SETS Al Ml JOBMI'G PBIOB*. tl.«.rcw ... >tl. al !<•• Ilia, rosl . NOTE PEIOES: #».50,'*i_,,*lft, UPVAEDS* CAM; AND BXA —INK. V FLOUD FLOUn. SlTashbiirn.Cros*)/ at Co's Extra, 55.2S bag | Hunt's Best Haxall. *5.2S bbl.,«e, t SKLI* _tMH BVCKwHBAT, 18 aad 33 Crate. fEAS. COFFEES AND SPICES. Extra Quality Formosa and Japan, 50c. lb. I Qoverament Java. 30c. 1' tfocha and Java mixed, 32c. lb. | Pore Spices, strictly pare, Sc. qoar. 11 CA.INJNEJD GOODS. :Jest Tomatoes, loe. an. | Peaches, (new and fresh), IS, It aad S . Choice New Raisins, 10c. lb. Best X, Oil, 100" test, 10c. gallon. Old Soaps, dii-ect from the masaii .urt>rs,by the box, lb. bars, 4-V- bar. Choice Beans, 5 and 7c. qt.,Tjoc. peck. Best golden Syrup, tt piK Choice Molasses, 40c. gall...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. ... Railroad Accident. Decease of a Former Citizen. Anniversary Celebration. ... Reform Association. Social Union. The First Keen Twinge. Cambridge High School Alumni Association. ... Firemen. A Lucky Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. ... Railroad Accident. Decease of a Former Citizen. Anniversary Celebration. ... Reform Association. Social Union. The First Keen Twinge. Cambridge High School Alumni Association. ... Firemen. A Lucky Woman. glter. Jtaws A. LalimeT aad wife of this Wsrd. sad accident Sooday afternoon at the V ewassaag of taw Fitehbovg Bail road, Webster : \jmmmt. luaiivUle- The doctor seeing a horse [ -%a*t*aee a*ar the tracks, the gates being up, to feftsw, but before dearie* the out-! -*rf|Bs«a« his carriage ana struck by a train wajjasaaae upon him without warning. * waa Hfted bodily from the track aad „ -Wema Mth ila occupants about thirty feet. aaesstsaee rasehid them the oceapaats of >■- tkw aaulags vara found to be still in their seats taw J as I ante being upright bat badly wrecked. Dt- Latimer was found by physicians, whs were rmtlsil, to hare sastaiaad Use fracture of two ribs eevere spins! injury. Mrs. Latimer was to be unconscious aad with a severe - wnaad on t...

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NOTES AROUND TOWN [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN — Vlacnllar, Parker _ Co., tbe great manufacturing clothiers of 398 and 400 Washington street, Boston, fhave issued aa illustrated calendar for b 1887, representing their extensive buildings and busy workshops ia whicb bundieds of male, and I j, females are .employed. Attached lo the calendar If| i. a printed budget containing pleasing quotations from eminent men. The calendar as a whole is I . useful, both in tbe household and in tbe office. I " —We are in receipt of a beantilul calendar « issued by George W. Gale, lumber dealer, 336 to D 348 Main street The calendar bear* the portrait | of a handsome female, aod ia a pretty original photograph nf Miss Pick, a native of Vienna, and i P called Ibe "Austrian Madonna" by her friends »' ; and admirers- { —Mr. Herman W. Bird, insurance agent, is !' i distributing calendars for 1887 issued by the Royal ', loan ranee Company of Liverpool, Continental of | New York, Northern of London. Pennsylvania of ; Philadelphia and C...

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Chinese Laundry. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Chinese Laundry. F Castosssrs whu have heretofore patronised Qeong Slag's Lsondry, Central square, arc 1 cautioned jgsinst doing business with snother * concern ia the vicinity which has taken the name of the sabscriber without suthnrily. Having been ' a located at Ho. 6 Central square for some years, | S aad having given the best satisfaction to my j B customers, I invite their continued patronage, I promssiag to serve tbem with tbe best work, sod ( with proaptness. . QCOXG SING, No. 6 Central Square. 1

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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Married. BROWN—WILLIAMS-In this city, 22d ult., by ! ' Rev. Wllaam B. Bowens, Mr. John 11. Brown to j ' Mis. France..l. William., hoib of this city. ' DODGE-MA YKKS- In Newcastle, Me., 2.lth ult., , I by Key. Charles D. Crane, Mr. llarlaud It. l)o<lg« ' to Mias Bessie Maynes. both of this city. atlXIS— BXLCHKR—In Kaston, 23d ult., by Bey. I f_ . JjraakSS** >*■ tlhapiu, .Mr. I.al|-li J.Klliaof this Klen W. Belnlier nf Kaston. ; I_H isP«fc»ON— In thia city. ad ult., by Rev. T Mr. James W. Filter of .Maiden ' toMha JJflossfee E. Wiiuon of this city. JOPP—Vv_tOK In thi. city, 14th ult., by Key. George A. Tswksbury, Mr. (illman E. .lopp to Mia* Mary W. Wlxon, both of 1-rovidenee, X. 1. LOF-ANIiKRSON -In Boston, 28th nil., by Key. r C. K."Davis, Mr. Edwin I.of to Mis. Helen Anderson, hot* of this city. BrVaTTT—In Boston, 23*1 ult., by Key. J. '%sim4ort, Mr. Wilfred Pitt of this city to Miss ' Mary Blvett of Somerville. WQRCttTEK-.M ANSFIKI.I>-lii Bo.ton,2S...

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Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Died. * ISsXIHrWBB-lii this city, 28th ult., Kmlly _, wife Sr* WHHsei.r. Brewster, 68 yr>., 11 mm., 20 dsys. ■XatOWDlS—tJth ult., William 1.., son of J. O. and • a\»ah(J. Crowdis, j years, 2 mouths, 6 days. COAaffiky-lt.Mli ult., John Coakley, 21 years. CHAPLOf-JoiJ, ult., Sarah 'I., widow of Charles F. Chaplin. M. I>., 77 years, 9 months, 12 dsys. CLARK- anli ult., Mary X., wifo of Thomas flark, M —aa. DAViS-ftth ult., Peter It. I)avl»,M years. , DCKKEK—3Oth ult., Jacob liurkee, 20 yrs., 4 mo*. DCLIJf—At Washington, D. C., 2«th v It., suddenly, ' Charles, infant son of Charles O. and Mary E. Delia of this city, 9 mouths. FBAMCE—26th ult., Ketweea France, 43 years. QATELEY-24th ult., Patrick Gateley, 43 years. DaYlNE—2Bth ult., John Irvine, 73 yesr., 6 months tree—. ' MaVAD-JSth "It., Mary, widow of William Mead, j ' W ssars, < nioiiih*. 27 day*. - _fcSSi»S-Mlh ult., tuey, widow of Willard M*s . ser, S3 yean, 5 months, 17 dnia. McMAHOM—22d ult., Patr...

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