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Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Married. BALCOM-FoRSYTHE—In Ayer. 3d lust., by R.v. A. S. Hudson, Mr. Arthur W. Balcom lo Mits I.ibhie A. Fr.rsythe, both nf thil .Ity-GOl'U.-Tltri.L—ln thi. city, 251b ult., by Hey. lieorge A. Tewkabury, Mr. Jnaiah O. Gould to Miss Nellie A. Trull, both of this city. HOWES-VAKNEY-In Boston, Ist Inst., by Rev. John Allen, Lewis W. Howes of this city lo Miss Deli* A. Varnev of Boston. KEITH-GIBSON—In this city, ,',th Inst., by Rev. William Urah.ui, Mr. William J. A. Keith to Miss Agaes E. Gibson, both of this illy. LAMPREY —FOLSOMJ—Ia niawiili. 27th ult., by Key. George J. Pna•nit, Mr. Oilman l.aitijney or Kensington, N. 11., to Mils M. .IoK.-r.hlne Folsom of Ibis city. Mi I.EOD-MoDONAI.D—In yoincy, 25th ult., by Rev. Elrco Muse, Mr, Angus J. McLeod of Oulricy to MI.S Mary A. McDonald of this ally. MORRISON—CUNNINGHAM—In tilt* city. 2d Inst. by Key. James J. FiUgerald, Mr. William J. Morrison rrf Boston to Mist Mary E. Cunningham of this city. MKORMICK-WILKINSON-la this city, 3d Inst...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Died. BUCKLEY—In ibis city, .'list tilt., Robert W., son of Patrick aud Catlerltrc Buckley, 5 years, 3 months, 5 day.. CONN ELL—Ota Inst., William .1. Conn.ll, 30 years. KVANS—'_M in.t., Jesse Evan*. X.'l year.. 5 month.. ORIFFIN-f.lh Inst., Bridget at GrilTlii, 24 years, 5 month*. II days. GREENWALD-3d Inst., Christian Ureenwald,sl years, 3 months, It) day*. JACOBS—3d inrrt., Justin A. Jacobs, City Clerk, 68 year., 11 moutlrs. KEENAN—2d Inst., Rrrsftnnalr Keenan, 82 years. McFAKI.AND—3d lust., I'anriy A., daughter of Charles A. and Jennie M. McFarland, 4 months, 3 days. Ml I.l.KN—3d Inst., Smarm all C. Milieu, 70 years, 7 months. 16 flays. MAGNER-3d Inst., Margaret, daughter of Edward aud Bridget Magner, 13 years, 6 months. O'BRIEN-29th ult.. Jr.banna M., daughter of James anil Kate O'Brien, 1 month. QUIGLKY—3Ist tile, Mary A., wife of James Oulgley, 26 tears. STAYNKR-.lth In.t., H.rrlet, wife of Andrew T. Stayner, 52 years. 7 months. THIKFAI'LXt—3otIi ult., Frederick, son of Napol...
Post 30's Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Post 30's Entertainment. Ai Ihe icgular meeting of Pott 30, G A. It, Ihe following officers were installed by Part Department Commander George S- Event, assisted by Past rjomtnaodei Style, nf Poit 83: Commander, Henry C. Hol.bs; 3 V. C, James Knee land; J. V. C, Henry Newman; Suryeon, Dr. A. Ee. Norris; Chaplain, John G. Ellis; Quarter ma.ter, John L. P. Ackers; Adjutant, James B. Soper; p. D, George E. Mitchell; O. G, Elaskia W. Hill; Sergeant Major, Amnt B. Jarvls; Q. M. S . Henry T. Green A Tier the services ol installation remarks were made hy Past D.pt Com-nandrr Evans auj Past Commander Styles of Post 68. Remarks were also made hy other comrades of the Post. A collation was served later io the evening.
Masonic Installation and Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Masonic Installation and Presentation. The annual installation of the officers of Amicable Lodge, F. and A. M.. took place in Masonic Hall, 633 Main street, Thursday eveuing. The affair was a public one, and hence the members were accompanied by their lady friends in large numbers. The proceedings were male particularly Interesting from the fact, that the Most Worshipful Matter of the Grtnd Lodge of Massachusetts, R. W., Henry Endlcolt of ihis city was the Installing officer. He wat assisted by Bro. Horace D. Litchfield at Manual. Before the formal exercises of Installation took place, in organ voluntary was played hy organist George Swift. Following, tbe Buggies Street Church Quartette rendered an appropriate ode, after which the officers elect were duly Installed at followt: W. M., George B. Lotltrop, Jr.; 8. W., El bridge G. Stevens; J. W., Richard W. Sutton; Treasurer. C. G. H. Bennlnk; Secretary, (57th term) j Charles Tufts. In tbit connection It it proper to j state that M. W....
A Home Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
A Home Interest. We learn from very good authority, that Dr. Cbarlet Bullock Is soon to become the President of the Cambridge Electric Light Company and that Hon. la, M. Hannum will act as treasurer. Tbe consummation of these selections will m ake tbe en terprise absolutely a local one.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
—The special meetings held in tbe 014 Cambridge Baptist Church this week have beeo attended with considerable interest. They will continue during Inn coming week. Rev. Mr. Needtiara will preach to-morrow morning and evening, and every evening during Ibe week excepting Saturday.
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Sunday Services. Firbt L'xivtßSALißT Church.— The paator Rev. A. E While, will preach a Sermon at 10 30 A.M. Sunday School and Paator'a Bible Claaa at 12 M. 7.30 P. M., Lecture by Rev. Dr. A. J. Patterson of Boston Highlands; Subject, "CulverKaltsm—tbe motives it addressee." Friday Evening at 7.45. o'clock, Bible atudy and praise meeting. Prospect 3t beet CosobeoatiohalCh uses— The pastor. Rev. D. N. Beach, will preach at 10.30 A. M. and 7.30 P. M. Sunday School at 12 H. Young People's Meeting at 6 30. Mission Sabbath School, at Steams Chapel, Harvard street, at 2 P. M., Mr. W. H. Emerson, Superintendent. First Baptist Church, Central Square, Rev ■lames McWhinnle.D.D., pastor.—Preachingat 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, with classes for all ages, at 2.30 P M. Preaching at 7.30 P. M. Young people'a meeting Monday at 7.43 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.45 P. M. Third Cosobegatioxal Society (Unitarian) Austin street.—Her. Dr. Briggs will preach at 0.30. Sunday School at 1 1. Charles Kiv...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
A Common Cold Ih often the beginning of serious-Taffec-tions of tbe Tbroat, Bronchial Tithes, ami Lungs. Therefore, the iraportano. of early and effective treatment cannot be ovt rctimated. Ayer't Cherry Pectoral may always be relied upon for tbe speedy cute of a Cold or Cough. Last January I was attacked with a arren CoM, which, by neglect and frequent exposures, became worse, nnaliv tHUsBC on my IaTatJCB. A terrible cough a.0r.11 followed", arjcompanietl by pains in 'ie etkest, from which I suffered" intensely. After trying various remedies, without obtaining relief, I commenced taking Ayer's Cherry l'cctoral, aud wan Speedily Cured. I nm satisfied that this remedy saved my life —Juo. Webster, Pawtucket, B. L I contracted a severe cold, which »udtleiily developed into Pneumonia, present. lug "dangerous and obstinate symptoms. My physician at once ordered the use of AyeiVcberrv l'ecloral. Hit instruction, were followed, and Ihe result Wat a rapid and pt inianiut cure.—ll. £. Simpso...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
FLOUR! FLOUR! The very be.t Haxall, $5.75 per bbl., 75c. per bag Tbe very beat St. Louis, 5.50 per bbl.. Its, per bag BUTTER. Beat V.-nnoni Butter, 32c. (&gt;er pound COFFEE. Very liett Old Gov't Java, .ttv. per lb Very Belt Maleberry an.l Mo. ha. .13c. per lb Cauned Goodd, Best Corn, 12c. Canirod Squash, 12c T.matoes, 10c. Cauned l*eas, 16c Fineßt Quality of Teas at very Low Prices. Full line of Crockery, (lias, and Tin Ware. Goods all new. No old stock. Orders called foa and goods delivered In any part of Cambridge. CAM. AND SEE 5 and 10 CENT GOODS. G. E. BARTON, Oor, Broadway and Elm St.. Oambridgeport. i Kuaaell'a New Block.) t. w. haZ^eyT (Formerly with Brim k Bbos.) PLIMBHG AND SANITARY VENTILATION, Oor. Harvard k Holyoke Sts., Cambridge. 20 Year. Experience. W. P. B. BROOKS «&amp; CO 151 BUaHOVEB BTBEET, BOSTON, are now offering SPECIAL BARGAINS IN FURNITURE, CARPETS, CROCKERY SILVER WARE, BEDDING, BLANKETS, STOVES, RANGES, AND ALI. HOUSEKEEPING GOODS. Always ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Jfor fyt cf abies. ABmTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY KIND. WABSWOHTH. IOWLAI &amp; GO. 82 and 84 Washington 8,, Boston. ARTISTS'MATERIALS OF EVERY INSCRIPTION, AT Frost &amp; Adams, Importers, 37 CORNHIIX, BOSTON. BffRS. H. LOOKLINT" FRENCH MILLINERY, Feathen curled and dyed in the latest styles. 308 Pearl Btreet, - Oambridgeport. MISS E. A. HALEY, MODISTE, Boom ]7, Mnsic Hall Building, Boston. HT* Entrance 2 Music Hall Place. Take elevator. Also 6*4 Hamilton Place. MRS. E. E. FISHER, HAIR PARLORS, Sl9 A TREMONT STKEKT. BOSTON. Ladle. Hair Work In all lit branches. Wlgt, Frizzes. Front Pieces, and Switches, made to order. All work warranted first class. MRS. X. B. PISHBkT Magnetic Physician 147 Tremont Street BostonFurs! Furs! Fur Garments of all kinds made to order, and special attention given to altering, cleaning and repairing. MRS. M. LARNER, St Prospect Street, Cambridgeport. MILLINERY. All the latest styles to be found at MME. LA BREQUE'S, 647 Main Btreet, - Oambridgepo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
€o $t*—£ot Sale TO LET. Ii ,l J? N ti H . ED R OOUS at 60 Market Street, Cambridgeport. jar*—aw* TO LET. MNice convenient house of 7 rooms; Rent S2O per month. Apply at No. 6 Hirer street. -■ Janl—3w TO LET. M House of 9 rooms, with bath room and wash room. No. 10 Lawrence street; good yardcemented cellar; all in perfect repair: rent *» per mouth. Apply to J.H.Webber, 583 Maiu f trtet - jam—tf FOR SALE. ANEW two story House of 10 roon.s, on Grlgg street, arranged for two families and basement store. 2,800 feet of land. Price, $2800. Slfioocan remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply at Mr Hancock street. nov27—tf CHARLES E. HANCOCK, Real Estate and Insurance, 693 1-2 MAIH ST., Cambridgeport aVEtpecul attention paid to collecting rent, and care of Real Estate. JanS—ly j. WINNETT &amp; CO., Real Estate Agents, —AND AUCTIONEERS, Care of Estates a Specialty. 623 MAIN ST., Camb'port, 40 Slate St., room 28, Boston. •I. WINNETT. ' W.Q. CTJTTEB JOHN MAHADY, REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Sfbools—ffiusical. iirrjoii^iiFi ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. FOB BOABDEBS AND DAT PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M McAVOY, TEACHER" OF THE PIAINOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OF I*l A. IX OFORTE hat returned her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Camprldgeporl. Frederick&amp;Anna Glark-^teinigep Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany and are prepared to receive pupils for !• ttrnctton In their NEW SYSTEM of PIANOFORTE PI.AYING. Ihin system, which wat well received and extensively published iv Berlin, greatly lightens labor for the pianist and student; promotes health and develops rapid control or all artistic powers Apply personally or by letter at 84 CLINTON STREET. CAMBRIDGEPORT. ■ BOSTON ■ I MAS 3. leawawatawawawataar mW aafawV I 1119 Jfiitanriai. The American Investment Co. Paid tip Capital, tOOO.000; Surplna. $73,0...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
t •■.■.•■ wealth mt .vfaa.arka.etla. Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To tbe Heirs at-Uw, next of Kin, and all other Persons interested in tbe Estate of Riciiahd J. Ripley, late of Cambridge, In laid County, deceased, Gheltiko : WHEREAS, a certain Instrument purporting to be the last will and testament of said deceased, has been presented to said Court, f .r Piobate, by Sakah P. RIPLEY, who prays that letters testamentary may he lasued to her. tire executrix therein vain.-d, an.l that site at.) be exempt from giving, surety . r sureties on ltr b. nd pursuant tosalrl will and statute; You aro hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at t ami.ridge, in ttald entity of aViaddletex, on the fourtb Tuesday of January instant, at nin. o clock before niton, to show cause, if any yon have, agalnat the Mine. And said petitioner is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing tbis citation once a w.ek, for three successive we. Is, in the newspaper called the Cambridge...
COSTLY CLOTHING. ... Curious Points in Speculative Town-Building in the Southern States. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
COSTLY CLOTHING. ... Curious Points in Speculative Town-Building in the Southern States. [Atlanta Oor. Watbl-gton Post 1 Hugh T. Inman, of this city, is wearing a fIAOOO .nit of clothes. The suit only cost hint •2,500, but it now represents a cost of $16,--000. The suit is a neat salt-and-pepper Hootch cassimere, well mixed, three-but-toned coat and loose trousers. Mr. Inman is a mug millionaire, but he don't usually wear *10,000 clothes. Here is how he came to get this suit: About two years ago he put fc!,500 into a scheme for building a railroad to Sheffield, a projected town in Nor»h Alabama. In twelve months he sold his interest for a suit of clothes. The interest is now worth 1*16,000 and grows more valuable as the clothes wear out, which suggests some curious points in speculative town-building in Alabama. In 1883 W. S. and B. C. Gordon, brothers of Governor Gordon, of this State, found themselves on a bluff overlooking the Ten nessee river, b?low the Muscle shoals and near Tu...
WEATHER REPORTS. The Germ from Which the United States Signal Service Sprung. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
WEATHER REPORTS. The Germ from Which the United States Signal Service Sprung. [Ben: Perley Poore, in Boston Budget.] Weather reports, bqw fu. mshed by the Signal Service, were inaugurated about 1853, by A. H. Stephens, then n Whig representative from Georgia, who had rooms at Mrs. Duncan's boarding-house at tbe corner of D and Fifth streets. Among other boarders in that house at that time waa an eccentric Pennsylvania I choolmaster named Prof. Espy, who had Ixsuu to be known as the storm king. Prof. Espy had just published a new system ol meteorology, which was not receive! with favor by American scientists, with Ike exception of Prof. Henry, of the BtaattaaatM Institution. The professor had, however, visited Paris, and had submitted his views to several distinguished French philosophers, who thought well of thorn. Governor Stephens, feeling assured of the great practical usefulness of the meteorological laws taught by Prof. Espy under a proper system ol speedy communication between...
CLEAR AS A MIRROR. Watching a Bear-Hunt by Glancing at a River's Surface. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
CLEAR AS A MIRROR. Watching a Bear-Hunt by Glancing at a River's Surface. 'Portland Orf--.-i.uian.| In 1N,5. as John Mintu had to go up tht Columbia river, he took passage w.th an Indian chief who had something of a retinue. There was a sub-chief who ixked after things of minr-r importance, rami a dusky maiden, to whom old Pu-Pu-Mox-Mox, who was then a great chief, aud wat destined later to fall in battle in command of the combined forces of the inland empire, showed very devoted attention. Thert were uUo several slaves, who drove tlie canoes with their paddles for motive power. Some where on the gland river, when among the ranges that lower abovej Cape Horn. Mints noticed t':at the Indians acted very singularly and rather suspiciously. They st"pired the canoes and looked down in the water intently. Then two slaves and a sub- hief got into the smaller canoe and started to cross the river. Suddenly Minto "dropped on it.'" and saw what the Indians saw. It was one of those beautiful tr...
A Pretty New England Name. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
A Pretty New England Name. [Kinderhook Notes.; A Valatie man who has been traveling in Massachusetts says there is a lake la the town of Wel.stt-r. in that State, bearing the following charming name: •• Chargoggagoggmanoh.auggag ■ggaeruiigamang." The people in the the neiborhood call it for abort •• Chau-bun-a-gun-sja-niang." probably pitting the --B" in out of pure cussedness, as there are none in tlie original name. The meaning of the word is said to be: -'The Lake of Sparkling Waters." If there is man in town who can promptly pronounce the word at sight we will give him the freedom of the village and a keg of diamonds.