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Funeral from Ute residence of his brother, Mtohuel Ii. Funeral Friday morning at 8.30 from the residence of her father. COLFORD.—la IHI* MUM BUF A, Adweed Ordle L COTTER.—In East Cambridge. Margaret Tween, beloved daughter et Peter and the late Mary Cotter, 18 yrs. assembled at the State House last evening for the purpose of holding an election for lieutenaut-commanden Mad Gen. ^oley was unanimously elected on tho first MARRIAGE IN TENTION 8. 80; Henry Ualndl, S3, and A ana Hoffman, 80; Charlet Avldon. and Clara Kaiser, 80; John Bauta, 87, and A till* Chapman. bernoo, 88, and ii Imnaha Sumner, 19; Daniel O’bani*/, 87, and Macy (/'Hanley.
A YOUM O girl would Ilk* a situation to do sec-ond work or general housework in private family. It* AMERICAN watches cleaned or a new mainspring, JI; watches loaned; all work guaranteed. Yesterday was ladies’ day with the Mid-dlesex Club. John Haskell Butler, with Mrs Butler, stood up and shook hands or chatted with most of the infests rn turn. He thought it quite natural the ladies should be interested in the Middlesex Club, for the club believed in the politic#) principles so strongly advocated in days gone bv such talented women as Harriet Beecher Stowe, l ucretia Mott. Funeral at lier late residence, Friday, May 9, at 2 p. Mc Cann, beloved son of Patrick and Sarah Mc Cann, formerly of East Boston.
Thomas, and included Bach’s “Toccata” and ills "Wedding March”: airs from the “Meistersipcer” and the "Walkure” and Beetho Ven's fifth symphony. Thomas is about to conduct the M ay musical festival.