Sunday, January 4, 2015
THE PORTLAND TRANSCRIPT, May 27, 1882
Conductor Osgood received a fine seal ring from friends along the line of
Ogdensburg Road, last Saturday, on the occasion of his leaving his position to
to take charge of the Ocean House; his place on the road will be filled by Edwin
Dow, who has been connected with the road for many years, and is much liked.
Reverend Professor Williams, of Wilmington, N. C., has been appointed by
Bishop Williams to the pastorate of Pine Street Church in this city.
Senator Frye will attend the State Republican convention in this city, June 13th.
D. H. Ingraham of this city, is to deliver the Memorial Day oration is
Captain John Fisher fell down the hatchway of the steamer Gazelle on Monday,
breaking his collar bone and otherwise injuring him.
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J. Sturtevant celebrated their Golden wedding last Saturday
evening, and over 100 friends paid their respect to the venerable couple, and
valuable presents were made, including $200 in gold.
Joseph Jefferson appears as Bob Acers at the Portland Theater Thursday
Rev. J. K, Smyth preached his last sermon as pastor of the New Jerusalem
church last Sunday, and after the sermon made a feeling and appropriate address.
Mr. L. V. Walker, one of the oldest and best engineers on the Grand Truck
Road, is seriously ill at his residence on Newbury Street.
Mr. H. L. Robinson, city clerk, is recovering.
Superintendent Tucker of the Maine central is a lineal descendant of R. Tucker,
who was the partner of George Cleves in the first settlement of Portland, 250
Henry John Murray, formerly British consul here, is about to visit Portland.
Samuel Rounds, the alleged forger in the West Scarboro case is on trial in the
Mr. Lewis Pierce of this city, is elected director of the Flint and Pere Marquette
Dr. C.H. Witham of Knightville, on Tuesday retracted his plea of not guilty on
the charge of adultery, and was fined $330, which he paid.
The Portland Bicycle Club will be represented at the League of America
Wheelmen meet, to be held in Chicago May 29th and 30th, by Mr. C. H.
Lamson, designer of the League Badge, Luggage carrier, and several other
improvements connected with the bicycle.