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SOCIAL BIBLE CLASS. A Regretted Disagreement. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

SOCIAL BIBLE CLASS. A Regretted Disagreement. A disagreement of * very unpleasant charade r ' has existed for more than a year in the circles of | the First Baptist Church and tbe Social Bible I Class Association formerly connected with the church, but now holding class gatherings in an { outside hall on Sunday and Tuesday evenings, j Previous to the withdrawal of the class, pel mission bad been freely allowed 10 hold social entertainments in the cbapcl, until on one occasion, it is ' asserted, a "comic lecture" was given by Key. Dr. Kendlg, a leading clergyman of Boston. To prevent tbe holding of another secular entertainment, it is claimed that the Board of Trustees of tbe aba-tea passed . vote requiring the class to suDtuit a programme to the Prudential Committee for tbeir inspection. This exaction was deemed by the class * reflection upon its judgment as to the character of entertainments which it might offer, and therefore sooner than to aubmit to it. it lieing deemed unfair, I...

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PROSPECT STREET CHURCH. PARISH RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

PROSPECT STREET CHURCH. PARISH RECEPTION. fin Wednesday eveuiug last a grand parish reI ccptiuu was held in the vcs'ry of the Piospccl j Street Church, from 6 to 7 30 o'clock, after which , the paity pioceeilcd to supper, where Caterer lults bad spicad tallies for 3)0, cveiy seal being tilled. After having furnished tbe inuer man wilh ioisl turkey, oysters, lobster salid, sherbet, ice ! cumu, cake-, eotlec, lolls, etc., toasts were iv ; 01.lei, sud In. .1. M. Crocker, thetoastmister, I annonnrcd the fiist toast of the evening, "Pro*j pact Sncet Church," which was responded 10 by the pastor, Itev. I). X Beach, who said il needed no 11 -pause ns il w«, here 10 "peak for itself. I'be next roast, "Prosper! Street Society," brought up Mr. 15.11; the Ihhd toast, "PrOtpect Sticel Sunday I School " 1 lie,led a hearty llspon-e Irom Descon j I-'iolbingi.aui; Ihe iiual toast in tbe Brat part, I "Seams Chapel Branch Baaday School," was j ie-poudel to by Mr. Win. 11. Kmeisou, whine I unccdo'cs w...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

. —We have been informed that Alderman P. Allen lilndtrj has been tendered by High Sheriff Cusbing the vacant deputy position caused by tbe death of Ira Taylor. We hope that Col. Lindaey may succeed in securiug the office. An official bond of .330,000 is required.

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OLD CAMBRIDGE. Death of a Good Man. Cambridge Lacrosse Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

OLD CAMBRIDGE. Death of a Good Man. Cambridge Lacrosse Association. —Mr- J. F. K. Sehaefer started last week on an | extensive trip through the Western country. —The engagement is aunouueed of Mr. J. ' Murray Howe to Miss E. A. Hall of Bristol, R. I. ! —A week from next Wednesday will be Ash ; Wednesday. The gay aud festive season is drawI iug to a close. —Mrs. Protestor E. L, ilorsford has issued cards for a reception at her house, which will be < held next Wednesday evening. —The first of the Harvard Senior parties will take place at Aimory Hall, next Weduesday evening. Another will occur on Apiil 20th. —Mrs. George Lamb will give a leception, to be followed wilh dunning, at the McKay House, Arrow street, next Monday evening. —The engagement of Mi.s Sophy Smith of this city, to Mr. William (.". Codmau, Jr., of Boston, i his been anoounced within a few days. — Some people delight in winter and cannot j seem to get too much of it, still there arc many ; whom we know of, w...

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MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board or Mayor and Aldermen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board or Mayor and Aldermen. Weonesdat Evening. Feb. 9 1887. The regular meeting of the Board wa* held this evening, Mayor Russell in the chair. eiriTlONS PUISINTItII AND HEFKHKBIi. The request of Mary Splaine that she maybe allowed io transfer the lqunr license of her husband, deceased, to Michael Quill, was referred to the commilitee on licenses. The petition of James McCbii-lal, lo have $38.30 withheld from him while a member of the police department, res'oied lo him, was referred to the committee ou claims. The petition of George W. Young for the extension of the sewer in Rockingham stieet, was lefened to ihe committee on sewersThe protest of Mis Daniel Kindge, against tbe placing of two electric light poles at the corner of Cambridge and Third streets, was referred lo tbe committee on lamps. HBPOBTB OF COMMITTKEB, KTC. The committee on lamps lecommended tbat tbe official bond of Edward J. Brandon, Assist.nt City Clerk, be approved, and the recommendation was ...

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No Competition For Us. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

No Competition For Us. Mr. Editor:— lf you want to know who I am, I am a noise car driver. Also, I am an autocrat, t kind of dictator 1.r,.*. I went to work on the Cambridge road about a year or two ago. I now own the road, at least me and the other employes do. We never paid anything for it, and don't mean to. The simple fact of g.etting a job on the road is enough. After that we own the road, tod have a right to stay on it as long as we want to, and no longer. We cannot be discharged, but we can leave whenever we please. We fix our own pay and our own boars. Nobody else has any rights in tbe case. The public pay us (in fares) but we don't care auy more for the public than old Vanderbilt did. A driver can say tbat, but if any except a working man said it there would he a row—you bet! The papers say we do not disturb tbe peace. No, we don't, but just let any "scab" try to run a car and there will be a disturbance right off. "Order reigns in Warsaw;" that meant that while we have our...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Mr. Editon— The fact that our streets are "tied up" and this city of 60,000 tools it held as the hostage of some unknown tyrant, six hundred men, without any provocation whatever and in the most annoying way, demand 60,000 citizens shall pay them tribute or die- The question is asked, what aie you going to do abont it ? We will do this, call on the Mayor and Aldermen to protect th-i company in the rights granted them to convey passengers to and from tbe city, Then order the Superintendent of Streets, in conjunction with the president of the road, and police and high sheriff ol tbe County, to rein the road at any cost. We do not care a fig about the fight tbe men have with the company-. Let the fight go on till one gives in, but we, as citizens, will not any longer be a party lo be used by monkeys to poll their chestnuts out of the fire. Dana Hill.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

- A Common Cold Is often the beginning of serious affections of the Throat, Bronchial Tubes, ami Lungs. Therefore, the importance of early and effective treatment cannot be ovirestimatcd. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral may always be relied upon for the speedy cure of a Cold or Cough. Last January I was attacked with a severe Cold, which, by neglect and frequent exposures, became worse, finally BetUing ou my lungs. A terrible cough Boon followed, accompanied by pains in lie cliest, from which I suffered intensely. After Irving various remedies, without oblaining relief. I commenced taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was Speedily Cured. T am satisfied that this remedy saved my life. —Juo. Webster, raw tucket, B. I. I contracted n -severe cold, which suddenly developed into I'neiimonia, presenting "dangerous and obstinate; symptoms. Sly physician at once ordereS the use of Aycr's'Cherrv Pectoral. His instructions were followed, aud the result was a rapid and permanent cure.—H. E. Simpson, Eoge...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Rheumatism It is an established fact that Hood* Sarsaparilla has proven an Invaluable remedy in many severe cases of rheumatism, effecting remarkable cures by its powerful action in correcting the acidity ot the blood, which is the cause of tbe disease, and purifying and enriching the vital fluid. It is certainly fair to assume that what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done for others It will do for you. Therefore, It you suffer the pains and aches ot rheumatism, give this potent remedy a fair trial. A Positive Cure. " 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 Sarsaparilla, I took four bottles and am perfectly well. I cheerfully recommend Hood's Sarsaparilla as one ot the best blood purifiers In the world." W. F. Wood, Moonungton, 111. For Twenty Years 1 have been afflicted with rheumatism. Before 18831 found no relief, but grew worse. I then began taking H...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

EASTERN MARKET, HEADQUARTERS FOB Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Poultry, ALSO, Fresh, Ssnokea and Salt Meats, Hams, Pork and Sausages. A Large Assortment of Canned Good*. Full Line of Vegetables. Best Creamery Batter at low prices O. O. PURDY, Proprietor. 471 MAIH BTBEET, Oambridgeport. CI. BARTON, 280 Broadway, cor. film St. Ha* a Large Assortment of Tin, te & Crockery Which he is Selling at BOBTOI PBIOES. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Fails, 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 cts. dnien,. m G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Cambridgeport (Bu.aell-. New Block.) FLOUR! VERY BEST BRANDS $5.75 a bbl. INCLUDING THE CELEBRATED Keen's Best Haxall. ] »_■ 7 r _■. Washburn's & Crosby's Extra, j **■' D *"• Pillsbury's Best, _ Silver White, j lOC. Dig. EVERY BARREL WARRANTED. Fresh Country Eggs, 25c. doz, Received Fresh ETery Day. Best Granulated Sugar, 6c. lb. 500 Bushels Potatoes ONLY 68 CENTS A BUSHEL. The best Cooking Potatoes ever *old In thai city. 17* Send your order...

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EAST CAMBRIDGE. Dramatic Entertainment. A Successful Sociable. Concert at Institute Hall. Ward Gossip. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

EAST CAMBRIDGE. Dramatic Entertainment. A Successful Sociable. Concert at Institute Hall. Ward Gossip. St* . —J crowded on Tuesday sad Wedsesday evenings, by the amahms of the Father Malbew Total Abstinence Society and their friends, who came to witness the iatsiestiag melo-Jrsma entitled "Lone Pine," which was produced by the "Lone Pine Dramatic Company" aader the auspices of L tbe Father Matbew Total Abstinence Society connected with the Church of the Sacred Heart. The play, which deals with mining life ia the far West, portrays the leader hearts which beat ia the breasts of the roach sad unlettered miners, sad presents the scheming villian who ia tbe end repents, was one that seamed to be happily selected as it save unbounded | satisfaction, judging from tbe hearty sad oft-repeated spplaase which was given. The piece consisted of s prologue and three acts, and It can be said that those who made np the cast had studied their lines carefully, conceived them intelligently and enacte...

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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. —Dr. W»y, a veterinary surgeon, has opened an office al Porter's Hotel. —Loyal Council No. 104, Home Circle, of Boston, of which not a few ol the residents of tbi. Ward are members, enjoyed a dinner at the United States Hotel, Boston, last evening. —Tbe resident* of thi* Ward have been congratulating themselves that Ihe steam cart were to close at hand, since the tie-up took place, —Mitt Partont, who has just returned from abroad, has been tbe recipient of many congratulations from ber friends upon her safe arrival home. —At the North Avenue Universalis! Church last Sunday evening, Rev. C.W. Biddle preached, taking for bis subject "Tbe True Grounds of the Christian Church." —The work of the North Cambridge Woman's Christian Temperance Union has opened most auspiciously for Ihe ensuing yen. The several members of the society will, in turn, lead papers on topics of the day, at the monthly meetings. At th. last meeting Mrs. Steams, the president read an entertaining es...

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WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

WATERTOWN. We have a brand new postmaster this week. Mr. James F. Lynch has at last received tbe appointment. He bad the endorsement of General Col lins and other tried aud tiusty Democrats, which outweighed tbe many hundred signatures on Mr. Hall's petition. Mr. Lynch is a member of ibe Board of Selectmen and stands well in every respect. No doubt he will make a good postmaster. The town has had but two postmasters in 2tJ years. Mr. McMaster was appointed by President Lincoln and held the office for 16 years, wheu be resigned and S. S Gleason was appointed, who has held it up to this time. The salary is only $1600, out of which clei k hire has lo be paid, so the office ia not considered a ''snap." **If s an ill wiod lhat blows nobody good," is an o'.d saying, and true; for the strike on the horse railroad his had a tendency to crowd tbe cars of the Fitchburg ami Albany lines. In this respect we are better off than the "Port" folks, whose lack of steam car facilities becomes painful...

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A Successful Benefit. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

A Successful Benefit. One of the most successful testimonial entertainments ever held in this city, took place iv Union and Temple Halls la-t Wednesday evening. tbe beneficiity being Mr. Cornelius O'Connor. The exercises, is presented on the progiinnue, weie of i miscellaneous character, and took place in Temple Hail, which was filled to ils utmost capacity. Au overture by tranley's orchestra was given with apparent satisfaction, followed hy banjo specialties by Mr Steve Martin, who won the applause of the audience by bis humorous sayings. A very ridiculous and unsuccessful effort was then made by Master Mark Veleucia to personate a character artist. His attempt lobecome witty was a decided failure, and his remark, were certainly not appreciated. An audience will sometime, accept a "chestnut," but when old dec *ycd "hickory*" .re forced upon them it becomes unbearable. The Mack hrotheis, in tbeir bar-jo duet, wis a pleasing feituie of the entertiinment, •nd justly appreciated. The c...

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Bradford Boat Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Bradford Boat Club. The sixth annual ball of the Bradford Boat Club will be held at Union Hail on .the eve of Washington's, birthd.y. Music for dancing will be furnished by Dunbar's orchestra and Cuterer Tufts of Boston will serve the BBBHBiII His Honor ihe Mayor and the Buaid of Aldermen have acce-'tcl aa iuvitatiou to iilleud, and unlets something pie-vents they will grace the occasion by their presence. At thcannnal meeting, tccently held, Ihe following weie elected office is of the Club for the ensiling year: Pic-ident, T. B HanIcy; vice pic-ident, .1. 11. Munsv ; lecoriimg mtatatj, M- E Cesscawa; ti„am-ial sccretutv. W. Paint'; ticasuier, I*. A. Ilelklcy; c-ptai.'i, E 11. Rvuu 88-ijaaatar, J Mc-Phee.

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Broadway Baptist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Broadway Baptist Church. The Ladies' Benevolent Society of the Headway Bap'i-t Church had avr:y pleasant ga.i.ciing at their monthly MMMM 10 the church pailor ou Tuesday aftei uoon. Con-idciahle time was devoted to the making bl garments for the poor of the pan-di 'Ihe pastoi 's bii'ie w»s present and was imbued with tbe spirit of the occasion, as indeed she is with ait tfa'.Leriogs connected with the church. The Indies of the society are much impressed with her amiahle, refined and agreeable manner. It: the eveuii.g a sociable wn.- held, when E_M committee ou entci'.ainmeut, Miss Host Neal and Mr. Frank Seaver, presented aa cxc Ilent programme of entcrtainmenr, consisting of a piano solo hy Mias Mabel McK.usi«k. rcadiugs hy Mr. J I*. Wihl, haimonica solos by Mi. Eiton, closing with a cantata, "The Picnic," under the direction of Prof. E. I.- fiurney, the organist, which was admirably muj§ by [the church choir. Mr. Wild's readings weie of a high order of excellence, and Mi-s McKu-ic...

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Experience vs. Inexperience. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Experience vs. Inexperience. It is a matter r>f regret that io introducing Hood's Sai sapai ilia, its propiie'ois arcobl-gcdto overcome a ceitaiu distrust hy some people who have uufo!tuua'clv bought worthless compounds mixed l.y persons ignorant of pharmacy. Messrs. C I. Hood it Co. aie reliable pharmacists of long experience, aud they make no claims for Hood's Sarsaparilla which cannot he substantiated by ihe strongest proof- And we say to those who lack confidence, read the unsolicited testimonials in favor of Hood's Saisaparilla, aud then prove its merits hy actual peisoual test. We arc confident you will not he disappointed, but will find it a medicine of peculiar cmativc value, which can be implicitly relied upon.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

—Applegate the jeweler, cscap -d au inundation last Saturday evening by the prompt shutting off of the water by officer Deehan, which he found running in the apartment over t"« store. Some damage was done to Mr Applegate's premises

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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Edwin Dresser, Esq., bas been cbosen Presi- : { dent of the National City Bank of Cambridge, in ' place of George T. Gale, Esq., who bas resigned in consequence of continued ill health. Mr. Gsle has consented to remain on tbe Board of , Directors. —Major Fred C. Low, tbe well known photographer and a resident ol Cambridge during the past twenty-one years, has relinquished bis business here and will return to Maine, bis native State, next week, where he will engage in business ', wilh his father, ex-Chief Engineer, Elijah Low of Bangor. Major Low was a successful artist and j turned out some very five work, lie has disposed ■ of all bis negatives to Wh'tney & Son, photographers. —A number of the Somerville friends of Mr. Frank D. Field paid him a genuine surprise visit | on Tuesday evening at his residence, No. 9 Wind sor street. An occasion of much enjoyment was passed in sociability, games, music, collation, etc. ' Mr. Field is an employe of Messrs. ...

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