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SCHOOL COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
SCHOOL COMMITTEE. Tilt 'IiNHAY. Feb. IT. ISS7. Monthly meeting. Present, Mrs. Kendall. Messrs. Barnes, Coansa, Fairbanks. Hall, lltlilrctli. Hunt. Morse. Orcutt. I'ainc. Tilton. Tliu meeting was called to unler by His Honor Mayor liiiss.ll. Tn* record nf thi: lust meeting was anpaoTed. Judge tlrciitt resigned ns nii-iiibcr of tin- stibcoiiiinltt.H- ou truant olHccrs, ami the resignation wns accepted. Tin- Mayor, having nn engagement elsewhere, calleil Judge tlrctitt to the chuFr. Mrs. Keinliill, for the eoiuuiittec on the examination of teachers, reeoiiiiiieniietl that the following iioiuinatioiis be continued :— Krcleric W. Kveleth. a* snlt-mastcr In the l'utuaiii grammar school, from Dae. 1. lis-tl. at Bisalary of $1000: Kniina .J. Boss, as teacher In the Bora primary, from .Inn. Ist, at a salary-of NSO; Kv.lyii H. Kenney. us assistant In the Allston glaininar, from" Nov. 39, lHstl, nt a salary or A.VJII. The iiouiiiititious were cobfirmed. Marion Bradbury was cuiiliruied aw tempo...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Married. IMiYI.E-SCANXKI.L-lii thi* city. Uth lust., by Rev..lames .1. Fitzgerald, Mr. Thomas Boyle of this city to SI iss Mary Scaui.el of Boston. BRKXXAX—HnRGAX-la Worcester. Islh inst., by Itev. Willi in. I, Finueran, John .1. Ilrennan M 11. of this city to .Mi*s Mm) E. llogan of Worcester CAI.NAN-BOYI.E-In ibis cilv, Ituh Inst., by Rev. Philip .1. ii'Donnell. Mr. Maurice sT. Ciilnnii 1.. Miss Mary X. lloylc, both of ibis city. DUDLEY-HAItUINUTIIN-In this city, Dtuli ult , by Rev. .li.lin O'Brien. Mr. William tt Dool*} lo Mrs. Catherine ILirringti.ii, both of this clly. DOWNEY-SI'I.LIVAX--In this city, I.lth inst., by bey. .lames ,1. Fitzgerald, Mr. Dennis Downey to Miss Mary Sullivan, both of Ibis city. DOI.AX-SCAXXEI.: In this city, Kith inst ,by ltcv. .1. X. Mundy Mr. Charles J. Dolan to Miss Bridget S.annell. both of this clly. lIOYT -TENDLER-In Ihi. i-lty, lTih tnst.,bv Rev. W.C. Richmond. Rev. Edwin P. Hoyt of Lisbon Falls, Me., to Mia* Annie M. Tcndler of this city. Mi-GOI...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Died. BKItOyI'IST—In this city, 13th Inst., Catherine, wife &gt;.f Knianuel Berg.julst, 30 years. BAKKINGToX-Will inst.. Jennie D„ daughter of lleurge T. and .Josephine W. Harrington, 1 year. HALL-llth liißt., George X.Hall, 40 years, 1 mo., 1." days. JOHNSON—Wih Inst.. Lillian X., daughter nf Geo. \V. and (leorglana ,I..hi.s.iu, 13 years, (1 months. KII.LDUFF—Wth inst., Isabella, daughter, of Bernard and Delia KllldulT, 2 years, :&gt; months. W ilys. KIVI.AN-l.ith lust.. William, pan of William H. anil Catherine F. Kivlan, 7 ninliths, 25 days. MILLABD—Ifith inst., Susan U., wife of William .Millard, 4s years. O'BUIKN-12ih inst., Hannah SI., daughter of Kugene and Jane O'Krien, 4 months, 13 day*. HOIIINSON—I4th lust., Thomas Robinson, lis yrs., 7 days. Sl' 1.1.1 VAN—9th inst., .Mary, daughter of John and Hannah Sullivan, 1 mouth. SMITH-!&gt;th lust., Almlra C„ wife of Andrew .1. Smith, (si years, 6 months, 24 days. W A KNOCK—I3th Inst., Mary X., wife of Willi...
Anniversary Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Anniversary Celebration. Franklin Council, No. . R io, Kuyal Arcauum, celebrated lis ninth anniversary by a line music il entertainment, banquet and dance, last Thursday evening In odd Follows' Hall. The Cambridge Orchestral Society. Mr. \V. E. Ilssajae, director, together with .Miss Alice Booth I'l'.ui. sop.au-; Mrs. .1. C. Harris, accompanist; .Mr. .Joseph Proct &lt;r, reader, and Mr. Earnest Uuppell, YeHUt, were the talent, which furnished ihe progrnu me of ihe early part of the evening. Th.il thoi, *.!f,,rls pleased the audience, the hearty and cfl-mpeated applause was a sutti I'ient guaiautce. The remarks upon tin: order by Past Grand Regent, Mr. Henry Goodwin of Boston, were attentively listened to. Past Regent Willi.ni H. White, in an address, gave some interesting statistics, which in substance were as follows: The Council was founde I Feb. 12th, IK7S, with twenty-tivo charter members, now Lwo hundred and seventy-two nanus are on the roll of membership. The first ass...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
— Frau Anna Steiniger-Clark, who is now giving pisuoforte concerts with more than ordinary goo.l success, has announced the :kl series of her Boston concerts to bo given iv the Old South Church, on Thursday evenings iv March, Franz Kneisel and Frederic Clark assisting. Programmes from Bach, Be.thoveu, Mozart and Itatf will be given. Tickets are cl.oo. students will be admitted to balcony for 25ceuts. Besides this, a wealthy patron of art has donated a number of free tickets, iv applying for yvliich a stamped, self-addressed envelope should be sent to Mr. Clark, :!4 Clinton street, Cambridgeport. —A temperance lecture will be delivered by Mr. F. C. Croy, in tbe vestry of the Broadway Baptist Church, next Tuesday evening, at 7.40 o'clock. SubJed : '"The elt'ect of liquor on Ihe human system, iM.th internally and externally." Admission free. Daring the le'clure he iiitroiiii.ei several] colored charts, showing the erteots of liquor on the different internal organs. The subject chosen i...
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Accident. Thursday evening, a very stout woman, the bamTBZ of several bundles, attempted to leave a horse cur on Main, opposite Norfolk street. Before she fairly reached the ground the cur yvas started, and she was thrown down with gn-nt violence. Her hiisbuiul. who was also on the ear. and citizens assisted her to the sidewalk while ihe car continued on. the conductor not even stopping to ascertain what injury hud I ti sustained. A severe sprain to an unklc was the r.-sult of the conductor's carelessness.
Y. M. C. A. Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Y. M. C. A. Entertainment. Thursiltiy evening. Union Hull wus tilled by an audience congregated to listen to an excellent concert of instrumental music uud to hear Miss Jessie C.nitlioiii. the favorite reader. The entertainment was the fifth in the series giv.-u under the auspices of the Young Men's Christian Association. Miss foiithotii never guv.- greater satisfaction, while Miss Christie. violinist, was well r. Ned, and Prof. T. B. Seiiiu astonished by hi- deft manipulation of tbe xylophone. Next Thursdtiy evening, members of the Y. M. C. A. gymnasium will give all exhibition of dumb Im-11 work, pyramids. parallel bar-, dub swinging, high jumping, etc.. etc. The exhibition will Im- under the direction of .1. l&gt;. Bol.crt-on. instructor, and promises to tie one of the finest ever given by the gymnasium.
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Sunday Services. FIRST Bactist CllL'Ri'll, Central Square, Rev .lames Me Whinnie.lVl)., pastor.—Preaebingat 10.30 | A.fil.. Sunday S.hool. with classes for all ages, at ! SJ*Vr. M. I'rcachlng at T.rtli p. M. Young people's meeting Monday at 7.45 P. M. Prayer meeting I Wednesday at P. M. Mission of Tnt: AscKxsmx, corner of Third and Thorndike streets, East Cambridge.—Morning service, 11. Evening service at 7.30. NoIITII-AVKNCF. U.MVRBSAI.IST CIICRCII — Rev. C. W. Biddle, pastor. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7P. M. Sunday Sbln-01, 12.15 P. M. Harvard St. M. E. Cm-Ren, Rev. W. H. Thomas, pastor.—Preaebingat 10.30 A.M., Sundayschool at 2.30 P. M. Prayer meeting at 7.50 P. IC Weekly prayer meeting Friday, at 7.45 P. M. First Parish Chirih, corner of North avenue: and Church street—Rev. Edward H. Hall, pastor. Services. 10.30 A. M. Sabbath School. 12 M. St. James's Ciicrch, Beech Street, Norlh Cam-! bridge. Rev. Edward Abbott, Rector. —Services at 10.30 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Fridays at SP. M....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
WANTED. d 1 QOD CANE SKATERS. Apply to F. M. Eaton. \JT I i&gt;, Broadway, Cambridgeport. febliKJwr pHi: MORNING STAR. A Religious Paper 1 for the home. Established iv lrS2t&gt;. Hemoved tn Mm in Ml X pages weekly. |3*-M i*r year, in advance. Key. C. A. Biekfonl, Editor, Prof. Cyrus Jordan and Miss S. A. Perkins Assistant Kilitors.and a Urge list of editorial and general contributors. Send for prospectus and t-ainple copies. Address, Uev. X. N. FEUNALD, Publisher, l-'iT Shawmut A venue, Boston, Mass. NOTICE. I HEREBY NOTIFY all persons not to trust Mrs. Eninia Ball, ns I will not pay any bills of her contracting from this date. EDWARD C. BALL. Eiist Cambridge, Feb. 1.1,1587. febl»-3w* Established ISC2. incorporated 1882 Standard Turning Works. It,.slot. Offlcc, [ Factory, 25 CONGRESS ST. I 384 Main St., Canib't Manufacturers of all kinds of Turned Goods, 123 I! road way Cambridgeport. Telephone. 7.77. 11. ELA, Manager W. P. B. BROOKS «* CO 151 HANOVER STEEET, BOSTON,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Horace S. BartlettJ Real Estate Agent, —forCambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale IN DKSIttAI'.I.K LOCAIITIKS. ci itt—gax Salt. - TO KENT. MEW and convenient apart menu,or single: .i.l houses of from 4to 8 rooms encli. Kei.t $, 13 to •90 per month. Heady March Ist nnd April Ist. Apply at No. 5 ltiver street. fel&gt;l9— tf TO LET. I)AKT OF A FURNISHED HOUSE, to a small American family; rent taken in board. 4a Columbia street, Cambridgeport. la* TO Ll£T. Mln Cambridgeport. to a small American family, a -ingle House of 7 rooms, at 114 Columbia street. Rent SlB per month. 111--quire at 17 Market street. fet&gt;l9—2w* TO LET. a A FURNISHED HOUSE containing 12 r&lt;&gt; -.ins; ali modern impruvemente; in a good neighborhood; near horse carp, churches and schools, in Cambridgeport. Kent may be paid in part by board of the owner. References required. Address C. W., Pbkss Office. febl9--.»w* at a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Stbools—Sjuiskhl. MTTsfTTElirai ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - ■ MASS. FOB BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY. September 6th. For prospectu. and further Information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OK PIANOFORTE has resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Oambridgeport. Frederick&amp; Anna Glark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany, and are prepared to receive pupils for Instruction In their NEW SYSTEM of PIANOFORTE PLAYING. This system, which was well received and extensively published iv Berlin, greatly lighten* labor for the pianist and student; promotes health and develops rapid control of all artistic powers. Apply personally or by letter at 24 CLINTON STREET. CAMBRIDGEPORT. -fmanrial. 6% FIRST MORTGAGES. 7% Kansas Loan &amp;Trust Co. TOPKK.4, - - HUM* AS. 14 Years Experience. #1 a.000,000.00 Loaned Without Loss....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Ruction Salts. By LEWIS J. BIRD 4 00., Auctioneer*. 216 Washington Street, Beaton. MORTGAGEE'S SALE OF •EKTEELIWIILEIWEUIKIWU 18 &amp; 20 Brookline St., Cor. of Franklin Street, Cambridgeport, Wednesday, February 23,1887, AT IS O'CLOCK NOON. This is a very desirable property, either for occupancy or investment. Kaeh house contain. S rooms, with bath room; hot and cold water; good furnace; cemented cellar, and all In good order. The house. will always rent to good tenants, as they are near large manufactories; convenient to hone ear., school., elc. CT~ Sale positive to highe.t bidder. 3.-00 to be paid at sale. £egal fatten. Coinmonwvath of Massachusetts Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COCBT. To all persons Interested In the estate antler th* will of Thomas Wiiitteh-.kk, late of Cambrldg*, in sai.l County, deceased, testate, given In trust for the bei ettt of l-ovice W. Cowles, .Eliza A.Glfford and others. GkKBTLKO: "IV r IIEREAS, Asa P. Morse, the trustee under tt said will, has prese...
Poetry. CLOUDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Poetry. CLOUDS. There are clonds that .hide o'er rs as blessing-. Cloud, of gold and of silver sn.l white, Aad they drive from our vision the darkness, Aad bring the Beyond near to tight. There come also the clouds taat are shadow., Vailing heaven'■ bright colors from view; While the soul off grow* weary, forgetting Dark clouds may bring rich blessings t.io. But they hover so low and ao heavy, That they press faith and pray'r to the earth, Till at hut when they pour out their treasures. The soul is refreshed with new birth. Now when clouds of deep sorrow brood o'er ns. Let us gather our pray'r. ami our sighs; Till they rise a. the raindrops to'ard heaven, To bring strength and faith from the akies. For to mortal, such favor Ss given. As extracts from afflictions the hue That e'er tints all life's mists and it. shadows, With lights that show heav'n shining through. Nina Gbay Clarke. Cambridge, Feb. 14,18*7.
[Published by request.] SUMMARY OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
[Published by request.] SUMMARY OF LIFE. When I hildhood's sportive, guileless years we share. And joyous Youth, unscarred by rankling care; And Hope indulgent throws her magic charms Around each scene, and folds them in her arms, *Tis sweet to live, believing all the rest Of life will be Ilk. this, securely bleat. Ah! young but once! nor will those happy moment, stay; At prime but once! and quickly pass those years away; Old age but once! alas! an.l all of life is o'er, — Thence to the tomb, and "dust to dust" forevermore! Thus ends ambition, pride, and earthly things, But Hope, inspiring, points above and sit gs; Within the Pleiades' starry belt sublime There is a life unreached by Death or Time. Ksr.v Hi:,.ok-.
Historical. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Historical. —Shakespeare and Cervantes died on the same day, i. c., April Si, ll.lt&gt;. —Tea, coffee and chocolate were introduced into England during the reign of Charles 11. • —Coaches were introduced into Kugland during the reign of Elizabeth, and were at first only used by ladies. —The term ''the wisest fool in Kurope"' was aptly applied by Tully to James 1., the first of the Stuart line of English kings. —Mary Queen of Scuts vva&lt; forty-live years of age when executed in Kiothhighain Castle. Queen Elizabeth, who sigir d her death warrent, was at that tiun\l.&gt;7 rifiytour years old. —The Plantagenet line of English kings liegan with Henry 11. and ended with liicliard 11.. occupying the throne of England for nearly 21-2 centuries, that is from 11."4 to 1309. —Columbus, three days after the last I Moorish stronghold in Spain had surrendered, received on the plains of I'reiimla his commission from Queen Isabella t.&gt; sail on his western voyage...
A Fortune for You. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
A Fortune for You. All is new; capit.l not needed; you arc started fiee. Both sexes; .11 »„'es. Wherever Jou live I you should st once wiiie to llaliet: .v. C . Fortl.i.d, iJ.ioe; they will send yuu lice, :u!l icfoirr.tion about «oili lLat yun can do and live • t home, earning Iheieby liuin *•&gt; to 92a :...-l upa.jds daily, tram :nc Ira .--art Baas* n.ivc m.oe over JJ.V)-o » dm-. The net ilnm. ever knowa by *oitiDi pcopi.-. Ni* i, |ba tiaic — deiay not. — Ihe best meui,j*l wii-.tr* - la in that t e successful lemedy for BBaaJ c.-vii.. rrju-t e lusirrit.iint;, e.sy ol ajfßßßtiaa, and one :l.»t will, by it* own sciiod, reach ail ihe MBBBt* | .ics, M d ulcerated .urt.cci. The history of ibetrT.rato tie.t c.t.nu dining ihe Baal lew ram obi n to admit th»t only one remedy has cc-aalfarh met these endnion«, aud that is hly s Cans* Bala* This safe and f-leusiot leinedy has ina.'.eied c.t.irh as nothing BBS baa ever itaaa, aad both physieisus ami patients lieely concede Swat fact ...
Essence of Business Law. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Essence of Business Law. The maker of an accommodation bill or I note, that is, one for which he has received an consideration, having lent his name or ' credit for the accommodation of the holder, i is fully bound to all other parties as if there ! were a good consideration. I Xo evidence may be introduced to contra- j diet or vary a written contract, but such cvi- J deuce may be received in order to explain tbe contract when it is in need of explana- ' tion. If one holding a check as payee or other- ' wise transfers it to another, he has a right to insist that the cheek be presented that day, or, at the farthest, the day following". Checks and drafts should be presented during business hours, but in this country, except in cases of banks, the time extends through tbe day and evening. An oral agreement must be proved by evidence. A written agreement proves itself. The law prefers written to oral evidence, because of its precision. '•Value received"" is usually, and should be,writte...