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CITY HALL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
CITY HALL NOTES. I'll! I Ift 1 ..Ull-il 11:. — adopt,-.1 Ihe 1.1:111- prc-|e;ire-l let tbe- BO*t»a &lt; it\ Ellg_l el' lee,' tl,e ||e tt t*i-1,i_.- aeri.«- t lii:-!.-- River, ami have ti!--!'lie sallle tt itl, the Mariee.c- , eeHllnis-iceJl.-rs. Tie. !. ia j i.. --i 1. i! ii -. that -.enie- ai-tioi, wDI be taken looks i:,_- te. tie- 1. 11:'.'. ii -, ■_' of tbe bridge bat then, hope deferred inake-tb ib.- hear, sick. The Beard ~[ AM, nn. n ai.)..:,, - t.. hare adopt.-.! tb. only j.rop. r roarse in Ihe .ii — &gt;-- ■—;. 1 of tile- r&gt;--'e!uticet|s |fM 111111 ifl,' 1 t" it If' e 111 the meeting ..f eiti/i ii- h. |.| hi I'nion Hail, whirl we print in our niuiii.-i,,:,i pi-0.-c-e .line's. Tbcrr eiiei lleet appear ..,1 llie face..!' the rc-oi lit i"!! * when recei\'-ei. anything fear th- Board load up-eli. a- i: wa- apj.-.ir.-nt that t ie- "st, ik." tt aoff and that th.T.- \\:e- nothing f.,r Ihe Board t-. iiii'lc-rtakc- to s.-rr!.- with tin- railroad i-ompany, ii...
A case of Ingratitude. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
A case of Ingratitude. Mr. Menace* A. Wood, well known ia iMsehy. ami now a resident of Eartl llcnuark. M... has seen more- l ril.iilal ions than tin ncest of ni- n e,t his years-. Ui'l, lota '.t Courage, he ha- battled with din ase, ami survived the pistol l-ul-le, ot a l.ui-jiar ami Ihe ballet, of .-..lit.-. 1.-r:it. - :', tile- War 'et tlie- l'e 'I„1I \, . ,1 . I|e- Id- -1 I'l I _'_'|. - I Will: tin.-ene-ial e-nibana--in. v!-. ami le. -.-If-, lenial an I pradente ha- seemed hiiu-elf a pretty little- farm ill ill. 'pleasant ijliaifl '.tiler. In ile.W lite.. Be- .'• HI I'- . Ml. W '.'..1 Wa- Ul.el-- tile- t ietiln 'CI llli — pla.'.'.l ..-lili.l. ace 1 1,.-.-a,a. tin- |~.,-r of a taluaieie ami ireartmed gold watch lomerh bis f.iih.-r'-. 'piite- :i -inn of in..,,. \. clothing, &lt;t ■. He _':it- el |l pi'et 111- 111 Pc all illlp e'lmice,,- i,,.|it idii.il. a« other ol hi- townsmen had done, and on* da&gt; be t i-ii. .1. with his wife, the town ol Bridgt'ei, near at ha...
Grand Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Grand Concert. Those who were privileged to attend the grand concert of the Cambridge choral and Orchestral Society, nt I nion Hall. Thursday : cv. nin!.'. enjoyed a rare treat. The society as is well know ii. w as organized in lss."&gt;, through the efforts of Mr. W. E. Thomas anil Mr. .1. 11. Itobiiison. the former directing the orchestral branch and the latter the focal Since its organization it- ranks have been augmented by the addition of nnisie-lovinir people, so that now its membership is quite large. It lias been the! aim of tin- society to rehearse with utmost care the best musical productions, and each branch has vied with the other to accomplish the best results. The society has attained a__ footing an.l will look to the people of Cambridge for the support it so richly deserves. The otlieers ~ I the association are as follows : President; Dr. 11. 1.. Chase; Vice-President, lo'orirc I lose: Secretary and Treasurer. Dr..1. s. Plagg; Chorister, Jeremiah 11. Robinson;...
Boston Conservatory of Music. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Boston Conservatory of Music. An anniversary that marked the -cccmd lie* cade of the Boston ('onuemSorji waa celebrated in Treinont Temple last Th,,r*.la&gt; afternoon, tile StSOX beille.- last, ■ til 11&gt; elee-orat.-.l fee,- th. occasion with pott..l plants. Ibe organ an.l balcolll wreathed w itl, ".reel, fe-tiec.,,-. while iv a coiispicuou- position Fragraa, carnations -p, 11,-.I ■ nit the siouiiicant date - Is,;; is.-.;. Al , ~v , .|. lent pruegrai t waspres-ented bj tl,.- pupil- of the ,'ons, ,-\ :itor\ who -Inew narked |il'ii.'l'i" :ct cad, public- r.-cital. A quartette from Beethoven. for piano ami strin_:s. was : , \.i\ .-nio\:,l.|e nuiiib.r. .Mi-- Ka,in\ .1. Andrew- ui\in_ excellent interpretation id the- piano -.ee|-,-. .Me--1-. eli-nuison an.l Van Ifaalte |.Li&gt; \iolin and .■.11... A duet for piano ami vioßn bj Mi--.-K.-ttell,- aid Batch,l,l, ,- wa- full ol graceful Mozartiai rharaeteristi-*-., Tbe -..|..i-t- who scc-uiei| especial (aTorites wit...
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS. Board of Mayor and Aldermen. I Wf.hneshay Eveninu, March 2, ISK7. r The regular meeting of the Board was held this evening. Mayor Russell in the chair. r l'E'rrrniNs ■&gt;___§__ and kf.fekked. * The petition of Matthew Corkrey and others to have a brick sidewalk laid in Somerset street. was referred to the standing committee on roads and bridges. The request of Henry D. Verxa and others, for street improvements in Hillside and Washington avenues wa- referred to the same coin- i * mittee. - ' 'The petition of Henry .1. Yolk for a street lamp in Kiunaird street, was referred to the committee on lamps. The request of I. Allen Undsey for appointment as an auctioneer, was referred to the ! Mayor, who iiominateil the petitioner and the nomination was confirmed. - 1 REPORTS OF COMMITTEES. ETC. 'The eoininitttec on lamps recommended leave I to withdraw to Charles 11. Saunders, petitioner i &lt; for an electric light at North avenue and | t Langdoii street....
New sanitary Conveniences. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
New sanitary Conveniences. j Weh,.-,lav morning Aldermen Hottdn, Cogswell aid Fra-i.-r. and Councihnen T.-ele- and I vers. Clerk "t Committees M.Hi,llie. Superinlendentof Buildings Steele, and ex-AMerman Cogan. visited tie.- Aitston i.rami,,ar sehool--1•• ■ i, —• Boardman street, to inspect the acn sanitary srrangemeuts jus, completed by John jK. .lam. -. lie well known plumlier of Harvard I square. Te&gt; -ay that Ihey vv.-n- lull, h pleased with the work Mr. Jam, - had so skilfully performed, ix putting it milelly. We- heard one or two say that il wa- superior to any job of the same kind tha, bad c-v.-r been done for the city. We certainly think thai no one could have done the work better. The ite'c-omnio.lation- in this school are now all confined t" the basement, which i- w.-ll lighted and is :,.,-, —il.le l,v stair- from the s.-|,....11,c,u-e- prop.,- and by bulkhead step-, one 1 o-iiiir ccii each shle of the building. &lt; m the girlsi'le- there- are- nine apar...
OLD CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
OLD CAMBRIDGE. —Professor Alexander Agassis- ),as just received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science, from the I'niversit y of Cambridge, England. —Professor X. X. Horsford was missed jit Monday's reception at Wellesley College. Not j long ago he sailed for South America. | — Tlie city forester, during the past week, has had the trees in the common trimmed and I all the decayed and ilea 1 branches removed. j — Mr. .lames Kussell Lowell will be the next lecturer in the Low.-ll Institute course of lectures. He will deliver six lectures on "iild I English Draiuati-ts." b.-ginuingnext Tuesday. — Harvard College Library has just had the I I'kkss. (Pr the years l.sss't to Ism;, inclusive, handsomely bound in one volume. This library now has complete tiles of our paper, which are j in an excellent condition. j --Hon. .lames Kussell Lowell delivered a brief address at West Church, Boston, last Tuesday. on tin'occasion of tin- 150 th anniversary of its foundation. Mr. Low ell's late fath...
WORTH CAMBRIDGE. Golden Wedding. Serious Loss by Fire. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
WORTH CAMBRIDGE. Golden Wedding. Serious Loss by Fire. —Mr. &lt;;. (). Itohiirsun anil family, of Korest street, were in Washington during the week. They were present in the House on the day of adjournment. —An old folk concert will shortly be (riven under the auspices of the Congregational Church. —The Pastor of the North Avenue I'niversalist Church will take for his evening subject. --The Coming of Christ. When and How i — Rev. Charles \V. Middle, the pastor of the .North Avenue luivcr-ali-t church, took for bis subject last Sunday "The I'niversalist Idea of the Church and Christianity in Theory and Practice."' —A concert under the auspices of the Young People's Missionary Association, connected with the North Avenue I'niversalist Church, was given in the vestry Tuesday evening, when a most enjoyable programme was presented to the evident pleasure of a good sized audience. —The annual muting of the North Cambridge Charitable Belief Association was held in the vestry of the...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
WATERTOWN. — lssii wa* a bad year for babies, for there | were „ less born in Watertown than in I**o. ' We hope that I**7 will break the reconl. —The tow n meeting will be held next Monday at 7.".il A. AL The town report, a -roe,,! looking pamphlet of 220 pages, has beeu distributed. The whole story i&gt; told in the report, and no one can plead ignorance of town matters, tor pains are taken to see tbat every householder I receives a copy. "Sam" Gieafton will be inodcr- j ator. a- usual, and tin- meeting promises to Im* a : loiiir and exciting one. —Everybody seems to be quite certain that Charles Brighton, the present chairman -of the j Board, will be re-elected: but an equal amount . of uncertainty exists as to who w ill be the other two. There will be lots of "splits" and combinations in the tie Id. and some "trades" will undoubtedly be made before the contest Is over. The chief interest seems to centre on the license ■ piesfion. and candidate-' names are canvas-cd will, ...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
EASTERN MARKET, ItEAIXiI'AHTKUS FOX Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Poultry, ALSO, Fresh, Smoked ana Sail Meal; Hams, Pork and Sausages, A Large Assortment of Canned Goods. Full Use of Voffetables. Best Crearaerj Butler at low prices ♦I. ,;. I'I'RDV, Proprietor. 471 MAIN STEEET, Oambridgeport. ( E. BARTON," »«0 Broadway, cor. Elm St. lias ,i Large Assortment of Tin, Glass &amp; Crocfcery WARE, Which he is Selling at BOSTON PEIOES. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails. 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 ets. dozen. C. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Oambridgeport iKusgeH'n New Block.) BUTTERLOWER We shall offer this week the lowest prices ever made at this season of the year lor tirst class table butter eJiic-t received, KM) Tubs Choice York State Creamery Butter, Only 25 cts. li&gt;. Choice Vermont Dairy, 23c. Ib. Fresh Eggs, 19c. dozen. Sardines, 7c. box, 4 boxes 25c. Choice Fresh Prunes, 7c. lb. 4 LIIS. FOR 2.-, t'KNTS. Granulated Sugar, tic. ib. Best Brands Flour, 65.75 b...
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Anniversary. Torchlight Procession. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
EAST CAMBRIDGE. Wedding Anniversary. Torchlight Procession. Mr. and Mrs. 11. J.Oliver entertained a company ! to the number of about fifty at their residence. I Xo. li*l Cambridge street, Wednesday evening. The occasion was the tenth anniversary uf their married life, and relatives ami friends from this j city. Boston aud other points, came to extend their congratulations and to wish Mr. ami Mrs. Oliver many years of happiness and conjugal 1 bliss. - The evening was delightfully passed in I social intercourse, and vocal and instrumental j music, together with ilaneing, was enjoyed. About ten o'clock a bountiful collation was partaken of. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver were the recipient of a lanre nuinUr of presents, sonic of which were handsome and costly. Shortly after ' 11 o'clock the guests took their .lepature. wish- I ing the hospitable host ami hostess a continuation of prosperity and "a.l multos aunos." Mr. Oliver is well known as the freight agent of the Boston &amp; Albany It...
NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —Thanks to Kepreseutative Henderson, for a copy of the--.Manual for the l.in.ral limit. UK." —A liw. w ide awake hag . w ha haa a |.riiitinir pi.--,-, -houlel tak- :cbantai.'e el the ..Hi r in another eohiniii. — William Phelan ha- -..1.1 to John X. 1!r..-na-han mmraaSta, land and l.uil.lin--. lot 14. on the "Trotting park." —At Ihe meeting of the Woman'- Hoard of Missions in I'ark Mreet I 'liurcli. Huston, e.n Tuesday. .Mr-. I). N. Heiieli was electe.l a \ ice president. Mr-. 11. 1.. Barrage and Mr-. U.K. Arnoid director-. —Al the regular Meeting of Kriendshii, ! ( ouncil. in I Hall, on Wi dnexhiy i Orratag. six new members were initialed. At (ha clc.se at routine business, a BOTel and laughable eiilcrtaiiiiiiciit wa- pre-eiited for the edili- ' cation of the members, Mrs. M. ('. Mavnar.l recited in costume "The &lt; i&gt;iimi-y Sch,,,.| uii'l." ami a dialogue entitled "Hiring a Servant,'' arat humorously [riven lit Mr«. .Maria 1.. Roper and | Mrs...
Washington Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Washington Letter. \\ \s|||M,|i&gt;\. Kelt, jsth, IvsT. \\'ill there Im- an extra session? This is an important tpiestioii at the I apilal just Bear. Vuli hear it discussed on every idde. A- to the probability and necessity tor a called -e-sion of tile IWo houses Off special -o--iee|| Ol the 'll Ball , the opinions of our law niakei's ditler widel&gt;. Sonic -ay the backward state of the Appropriation bills, for which the lle-inoe lalie brain h of I'eHpM i- entirely to blame, make a culled -essioll illev ilahie. Others say tile work will ail lie done and both House- will be naib to adjourn on next Friday. t'onjrrossiin n never want an extra Hliauiim, but the people of Wasliingtoii alway- do. It i« to their interest for &lt; to ha&amp;R e.n as lono as possihle. and they woiihl like for il* sessions tv be perennial. The House is now w orkitiu ni'.dit mid day in order to throiioh. Hon. Mr. Iluttcrwortli of (ihio. who is niileh opposed to an extra session...
Christian Science. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Christian Science. Mr. X. X. M::-«Jw. heretofore prominenth known in temperance rfrrk -. ha- enl. r*-! ibe ii.-1-l -■! i hri-tiaii Seiener an.l Mm.l Healing, lia- ofieneil an apartment, room 7. So. BIS Main rtreel. ben h- wiil he i»li-a».-l lo vi- •■ Information npon th-i-i- -.uiij.-'t-.. Tberr ami In* fooml at hi- uAee f 3fm. Eddy'i- Science and 11-alth. ami other minitttianeon* i»ainphl.t- treating tintopic- above naini.l.
Pilgrim Fathers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Pilgrim Fathers. Tbe regular meeting of tten. Put nam Colony, N&lt;&gt;. T't. I'ilirrini Fatbt r-, vra?&lt;bek] in Obi !•"&lt;!- -i'-u - r.nil'lin.. r.j*' Main street, i:i-i evening. Ki_ht n.w in* in!»■ r- were ..l-!i_::t.-&lt;l into tbe in\-trrif* of tbe order. 'I'hi- . oloni i- r:ipi.l!\ growing. Mid i- composed &lt;&gt;f ■ membernbip eqoaJ in -tan.lin.: t&lt;&gt; mii otber orgaaixstion. Dr. A. Ward foßetl i- IberaethVal . xauiner for thi- roloni.