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Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
£«r tb&lt; Matties. ARTIITITAmiILS OF EVERY KINI&gt;. ffADSWORTH, HOWLiI &amp; GO. 82 and 84 Washington S., Boston. ARTISTSIiATERIALS OF KVKItY DESCRIPTION, AT Frost &amp; Adams, Importers, ___ 31 CORN HILL, BOSTON. MRS. E. E. FISH Eli, HAIR PARLORS, SIJ A TKKMONT STKEET, BOSTON. I.aiti.■* Hair Work hi all ltd brancbes. Wigs, Frizzei*, Front PItMS, an J SwiulicH, made to order. All work warranted tiriit das*. Furs! Furs! Fur O.irmeirts of all kinds marla to order, and speiial attention giien lo alteriug, cleaning and repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, .VJ I'm rap. ft Stre«Jt, . Cam bridge port. MILLINERY. All tho latent styles to be found at IMIME. LA BREQUE'S, 647 Main Street, - OambridgeportNearly opposite City Hall. Ladies .-all an.i examine our stork before golnf leßeattoa. We can suit jon aud sell at BOSTOl? Fatten. A full line of FINE MILLINERY GOODS ALWAYS IX ROCK. A l.i MtHftaaMttl of Trimmed Bonnets i Round Bats. Children's Hats a Specialty. Stylet a...
THE McGLYNN EMBROGLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
THE McGLYNN EMBROGLIO. Tike opinion* of outsiders on certain subject*, being unbiassed, have in some respects a higher value than those of Interested or partial observers. The writer, perhaps naturally enough without accurate knowledge of the facts in the ease, was for some time disposed to look upon the distinguished New York clergyman with whose name we are now so familiar, as the victim of very harsh and unjust treatment on the part of his ecclesiastical superiors. It Is only fair to admit that a more thorough acquaintance with the real facts has entirely changed our views. In the first place, Dr. McGlynn has deliberately stated, In writing, his belief that'"le»d is rightfully the property of the people in common, and that private ownership of load it against natural justice, no matter fry what civil or ecrlesiastical laws it may be sanctioned; and I would bring about instantly, if I could, a change of laws, all the world over, that would confiscate private property without one p...
THREE POEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
THREE POEMS. The pages of the February Atlantic are enriched with verse from the pens of three American poets. Of these contributions to the columns of the favorite among New England magazines—to which Mr. Aldrich's versatile genius has imparted fresh attractions—the reader will naturally turn first to " Crededimus Jovem lleynare." a series of characteristic rhymes in the facile metre of "Jafarmt'oa," '-The Lady of «**■ Lake," etc., by the foremost among living American authors, James Russell Lowell. To call this latest production from the muse of tbe author of the majestic ■ lf.MA.aooa" and Agassi*?' odes, a poem, would involve the unpardonable literary indiscretions of rashness and inaccuracy, since it would be difficult to point out iv the entire five pages which it fills, two dozen lines of poetry. It is, in fact, neither more nor less than a trenchant satire, in rhyme, on our age of prevalent disbelief io nearly all that our fathers nnd mothers held sacred. We are conscious of ...
A TYPE OF EGOTISM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
A TYPE OF EGOTISM. The writer overheard, the other day, a I conversation between two passengers in a : horse car, —one, the junior partner In an ! extensive business house in Boston; the other, a man of literary tastes, and exceptional intellectual ability, but by no means conspicuously successful from a financial standpoint. The business maikenlarged on his good fortune in attaining his excellent position, and the success which had attended all his efforts at money-making, adding, with pious unction, an expression of gratitude to Providence for unvarying support and assistance. Now, in one aspect of tbe case, this is well enough, and doubtless creditable on the part of the man of prosperous and profitable business, since his motive in ascribing his good fortune to something higher than his own unaided efforts, was probably an excellent one. But there is another side to the question. The man to whom he thus expressed his sense of the divine goodness in its treatment of him, was real...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Dr. Gladden* sermon at Appleton Chapel on .Sunday evening, wan an inspiring and admirable discourse. It was an argument to show the encouragements and advantages afforded human efforts to follow, in the present age, the apostolic injunction to live "sober, godly and righteous lives."
Wedding Bells. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Wedding Bells. The church of the Umij. West Newton sireet, Boston, was the scene of . brilliant wedding Thursday evening, when Mr. Joseph II Goodspeed, Auditor of tbe Mexicsn Central Itailroad w.e joined to Miss Arahel Morton, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dwight Morton. Tbe church wts thronged witb friends and relatives of tbe contracting parties, from Cambridge and other points. Th--bride, who is . beautiful young lady, looked churning, attired in a white grot grain silk robe, wilh a lace overskiit covered wilh designs io pcai! head-, aod having on one side a panel of silk edged wilh pearl.. Sbe also wore a long tulle veil, aod earned a bouquet of lilies of tbe valley. The ceremony was performed by Key. Minoi J. Savage, aurl the u-bers were Messrs. George C. Moiton. brother o( tbe bride, Edwtn Howhiud, Harry E Ituseill, Francis F. Emery, Jr , Henry C. Meterve and Elgar G Scripture. Tbe ceremony was followed by a reception at the residence of the bride's parents. No. 17 Itoc...
The Iron Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
The Iron Hall. Local Branch, No. 34, Order of the Iron Hall, wbicb wat instituted Oct 10, 1801, .till lloiiriabeand holds second place in point of numbers among the several Branches in the country, the Baltimore Branch holding first position iv membership. The Supreme Council to encourage the growth of the order promised to present tn elegant tilk banner to any Br.ncb show in.- tbe Urgent increase of membership during a period of six months. Our local organization, with a desire to compete for the largest growth, bent every effort to* attain tbat end, but was by the Baltimoieans. wbo, however, wcte deleted in their attempt to secure the largest roll within six months. Local Branch, No. 34, ha. secured the award, having just leceived from the Supreme Council tbe covetcrl prize. It is a beautiful souvenir, nn.de of red and blue silk ol the finest texture and be.vilv ornamented witb gold irioge anl tassels. Upon tbe blue ground, inscribed in gilt letter., i, the following: "Presented t...
New Lecture Course. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
New Lecture Course. Tbe tint lecture in Ihe Young People'i Course it 111. Protpecl Street Church, next Tuesday evening, will be hy Frank A Hill, A. M., master of the English High School, upon "New England Primer Days." This lecture is a stu ly of tbe school system of New England j u ,i, earlier and formative ttage. Tbe materials are gathered from local traditions, town histories tod tourcet not generally accessible. The old school., tbe quaint school houses, the sturdy masters, the prevalent method, ol discipline, the Westminster Catechism, he New Eogland Primer, tbe transition to tl e great school awakening of fifty yean tgo, the work of Horace Mann, and, in general, Ihe glimpses given of timet thet should never he forzoltau for tie strong mm and tbe great thonghti Ibat gave them character. AH these .re full of instruction and entertainment to tbe young an ! the rid alike.
CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. Notice bat been received from Mr. William Robert! and from tbe Bolton Manufacturing Company, both of Waltb.m, of tbeir intention to recover by lew proper compensation for alleged damages to their property in connection witb the Stony Brook water project. Mr. Roberts claimt lo bave suffered lots to hit mill rights by the action of the city in the removal of the dam in Stony Brook from which be secured power to run lbe machinery of hit mill. While it it true that Mr. Roberts suffered tome inconvenience hy tbe turning or tbe water from hit factory, it it ilso true that the city made provision to .stilt in the running of the mill by furnishing steam power which hat been continued tince the water was cut off until the present time. How much damage hat been sustained by Mr. Roberts under tbete circumstances we do not know, but we presume tbtt ajury will fairly determine it. The boston Manufacturing Company believes that it has suffered lost because tbe conduit pipe leadin...
Dowse Course. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Dowse Course. Th. fin.l lecture in this inter estiog course of .ntert.lnm.nts w.s given on Tuesday evening by Dr. Alfred F. Holt, Surgeon General of Maisachusetli. The subject of the lecture wa, "The capture of New Orleans during the late war, and the government of the city by tbe captors " In opening, the lecturer took occasion to say Ibat he woul.Ljbe obliged to allude to some things coming under his personal notice, but be should not do ao in a spirit of revenge, for be eniert.ined no such feeling towards Ihe southern people who were misguided in their tttempt to overthrow the government. Tbe speaker then proceeded lo relate his connection with the military expedition which left Boston in 1862 to join the navel forces in the Gulf, assigned lo the opening ol the Mittiilippi and the capture of New Orleans. Tbe occupatiou of Ship Island by tbe troops, and the presence of the naval fleet under Capt. Farragut, afterward, promoted to the admiralty tor brave and courageous conduct, wa, ...
Royal Arcanum. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Royal Arcanum. Fr.nklin Council, No. 50, X A., will celebrate its uiutli anniversary oo Thursday evening, Feb. 17. Tbe occasion promises to be one of rare interest and commensurate with tbe object ol tbe Order, of which Kianklin Council it is well known is one of its moat conspicuous and exemplary ligb's. At the next regular meeting of Ilea council —at wbicb all its membcir are earnestly it quested to be present—on Tuesday, Feb. Bih, ihe commit tee ou anniversary will make a prtrlial report, and it il earnestly desiicd Ileal all the members may bave a voice io tbe adoption of the final programme ol arraogemeols The new orator, A. J. Lawson, alto will have something of interest to tbe Council. Let there be a lull turnout of tbe member,. There will be an exhibition of secret work md matters of other interest to the fraternity.
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jan. 26, 1887. The regular meeting of the Board wat held thit evening, Mayor Russell In tbe chair. PETITIONS PRESENTED AND lIIHUD. On the petition! of Barney King, James H. Furfey and J. H. H. Holt, for appointment at policemen without pay, and referred to the Mayor, the petitioners were nominated and confirmed. Tbe requests of Patrick Corcoran for permission to move a building in Charles street, and of John F. O'Brien to move a building from Somerville to Dudley and Cedar streets, were respectively granted under the direction of Aldermen Coveney and Hutchins. The petition of John D. McGovern for appointment it a policeman without pay wat referred lo lbe Mayor. The requests of James T. Brady and Catherine Gordon for compensation for injuries received by falling on alleged icy lidewalkt in Mt. Auburn and Washington streets, were referred to lbe committee on claims. The request of William Roberts for assessment of dama...
Cambridge Literary Institute. 1857 -1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Cambridge Literary Institute. 1857 -1887. A few of the old members of the C.nibiidge Literary Institute, an orgtnizttion which was in a nourishing condition in this city over a quarter of a century ago, but which cease 1 to exist about twenty years since, met at H Proipect street ou Thursday evening, and discus,cJ the feasibility of . reunion of the members of the society. It wet voted to have a reunion on tbe evening of the! 21st of February, anil iuvite all peisous wbo were* members at auy time during tbe existence of theorganization. Auother meeting for the completion of arrangements for the reunion will be beld at thu office of Mr. John Mahady, 013 Main street, over the Past Office, on Thursday evening next, at 8 o'clock. If this brief notice should fall under the eye of any of the old members of the above organization, they ire cordially invited to attend the mceticg al Gl3 Main street. It is not the desire to reorganize or in auy way revive the old association, but to briug to...
Post 186, G. A. R. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Post 186, G. A. R. Tbe first regular fortnightly meeting of John A. Logan Post 180, G. A. X , wai beld in Odd Fellows' Hill, 548 Mtin street, last Thursday evening. In consequence of the absence ot Commander Billing! it the G. A. B Department Convention iv Boston, Senior Vice Commander J. S. Sawyer pretided. Applications for membership were acted upon and other business tr.nsacted. Tbe attendance wat of a flattering character and much interest was evinced. The next meeting will be held on Thursday evening, February lOib, at wbicb every member should be present.
Washington Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Washington Letter. Washington, J.o. 24, 1887. The present Congress has redeemed its reputation during the first half of thit its latt session, and it will now go down to history honored, even il it should do nothing more for the remainder of its life. The enactment of the Presidential Succession bill has been followed by tbat regulating the Electoral Count, aod so a double peril it removed- It it now pretty certain that President Cleveland's successors will be elected and inaugurate J without tuy retort to partisan war—a calamity that hilberto b.t been averted only by tbe tolerance of tbe people. But tbit ii not half of what has been accomplished. The Interstate Commerce bill, "lor better or for worse," has gone through both bouses, and only awaits the Executive signature to become a law. Then a rigorous Anti Polygamy meaaure has at latt bceu passed; an investigation of the Pacific Railroad crookedness has been ordered and tbe old Mexicau veterans are about to be pensioned. At the e...
Massachusetts Press Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Massachusetts Press Association. Tbe fourteenth annual reunion and dinner of j the Massachusetts Press Association took place on r Tuesday at the United States Hotel, Boston. The business meeting wis held at one o'clock, with the President, George M Whitaker of the New England Farmer, presiding. Resolutions were patsed ' on the dettb of the late Hon. John A. Cuminings, ' formerly Mayor of Somerville, who was a member of the Association. The repoits ol different com- , mittecs were received and accepted. Francis I Procter, who represented Ihe Associttion at the International Editorial Association, held at Cm- , ciontti in February, 1886, also made a report. | President Whitaker read a report of a committee appointed troni the Executive Committee in which , several chances in the association was suggeited. Tbe report w.s adopted. The annual dues was re- &lt; duced from $2 to $1. The election of officers ie- ' suited as follows: President, George M. Whit.ker of the New Knglanrl...
"Harnessed Lightning." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
"Harnessed Lightning." Prof. George H. Hartwell will lecture iv Union Hall, next Tuesday evening, upon the subject of electricity. Prof. Hartwell is thoroughly verted in tlie quettion wbicb he so ably present! and will give experiments which cannot fail to interett hit audience. He will employ the use of the ttercoplicon lo illustrate many of the displays be will give. Orcutt't Electric Kailroad Signal and Danger Alarm will be exhibited. See advertisement.
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Real Estate Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. Real Estate Sales. -. —The University Press has not had a busier winter for years tb an the present one. —The Roberta H.ll party will occur on the night of Febrn.ry 15th. —Rev. A. P. Peabody, D. D., recently entertained the Cambridge Shakespeare Clnb. —Prentiss Cnmmiogt, Esq , president of the Cambridge Railroad, entered this year upon bit third term 6f office. —Col. Bancroft, the superintendent of lbe Cam' bridge Railroad, was re-elected for the third term at the last meeting of tbe board of directors. —President Eliot, of Harvard, left Thursday in the steamer "In.lipendente" from Neiv York for Gibraltar, with Mrs- Eliot. Tbey propose to visit various points on the Mediterranean, including Algiers, before returning home in September. —Bartlelt, the Harvard tqnare druggist, givet away a nickle plated match safe to a person pnr" chasing a dollar's worth of cigars. — Joseph F. Noera, No. 436 Harvard streat, keeps a fine stock of everything in the gents' lornishing goods...