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NOTES AROUND TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
NOTES AROUND TOWN. —The services at St. Peter's Church, Main street, during "Holy Week," in addition to the daily appointments, will be the first service of tbe Passion. Thursday evening, with sermon, and on Good Friday at 8, 10 1-2, 12, and from 2 to 3, the service of tbe Last Hour. —Mr. Edmund T. Phelan, the humorist, has recently written two songs, which are being set to music br Mr. Fred A. Jewell, the popular composer and author of the opera "The CourtThe Gough Associates will bold iv first ball I next Thursday evening,—Fast Day, in Odd Fellow's Hall MS Main street. Music will be furnished by Dolan's orchestra and it will be enjoyed from 8 P.M. till 1 A.M. The affair promises to be quite successful as many tickets have been disposed of. E. P. Webster, No. 277 Washington street, Boston, advertises in another column, "wigwam slippers," which are just the thing for the house, beaches, mountains, etc. They are light and pretty as well as being comfortable. —Charles E. Hancock, real...
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Sunday Services. C.-blbsßivbb Ban ist Cucbcb, Putnam Ay. and Magaiiue street. — Rev. W. C. Richmond, pastor. Preaching at 10 30 A. M., and 3P. M. Sunday school at 1.30 P. M. Mla_io_ary coucert at 7. Subject, "Slam." Fibst Usivbbsalist Cbcbcb. — Rev. A. E. White. Pastor- 10.3. A. M.. Sermon by h&gt;». W. W. Smith of Melrose. Sunday School. 12.Ui P. M. Praia, aerytce at T P. M. Addreu by R.t. Mr. Smith, subject, "(Quickening of th. Spirit." Age to Come Meeting. New Odd Fellows Building, Main .treat, at 10.4. A. M. and 2 P. M. Subject tomorrow: "Is the UnlTersal Salvation of our Race True." All an invited. Th. Sunday morning prayer meeting of th. Cambridge Y. M. C. A. will be held April 3d, In lb. Shepard Memorial Church, at 5.30. All men cordially invited to attend. ST. P-tbb's Chi-bch, Main street.—R.v. X M. Ou.hee, rector. Service, at 10 and 10.30 A. M and; P. M. First Baptist Church, Central Square, R.t Jama. McWhiunie.D.D., pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, wi...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Married. KAIZKK-KKANCIS—In this city, 2Sth ult., by ltev. William Graham, Mr. George A. Kai.er to Ml.. Elizabeth F. Fraud., both of Boston. I.AKKIN-I.AI.'UKL- In this city, -9th ult., by ltev. W. H. Thomas, D. D., Mr. Thorns. Larkin to Ml.. Mary N. Laurel, both of Walt-am. MAIDKK-SPKOWL-In this city, 23d ult., by R.t. Oliver D. Kimball, Mr. Jo-baa Mald.r to Ml.. Lottie Spmwl, liotli of this city. PHILI'OTT-MILES—In this city, 28Ui ult., by Kav. Kdward H. Hall, 11. I) Mr. Anthony Philpott of Arlington to Mis. Oaorglana S. Mile, of tbi. city. POK-KK-JORNSTON-In this city. 22d ult.. by Rev. .lame. McWlilnnis, D. I)., Mr. Johnston Porter to Miss Ellen Johnston, both of this city.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Died. AXSHKI.M-In this city, 20th ult., Mary, wife of John H Anaheim. 51 year., 11 month.. BKAIIAM—_7tb ult., Jceph Br.hain, 54 years, 3 month., lit days. CHASE— 30th ult.. Ada S.. daughter..! George S. aad Carolyn P. Chase,!) years, 2 months. COL'OHLIN—29th ult . Dennis Cougblin, '."-&gt; years. DKEVY—3Oth alt., John B. Drew, 69 years, h m 0.., 4 day.. FOX—-Ith ult., Bobert L. B. Fox, 61 Tears, 1 mo., 27 days. UKAY—2Oth ult., Abble L. Fanner Gray, 41 years, 2 m 0.., 20 day.. HOLBKOOK-_*tb ult., Edward Holbrook, 82 year., 11 month., 21 day.. HAYDEN—2-th ult., Howard A. Hayden, 31 years, 3 month., 1 days. HUXLEY—27th ult., Timothy Hurley, 51 years, 3 months. HOHGAN— 30th ult., Helen M., wife of John Horgan, 38 years, 6 montha, 19 daya. MOONEY— 26tb ult, Hannah Mooney, 40 years, 6 months. McAVOY—3oth ult., Mary A., daughter of Nicholas and .Mary McAvor, 15 years, 11 months. MOUSE—26th ult., George E. Mores, 72 years, 2 months, IT days. MCDOWELL—24th ult., Samuel P., son of Sam...
WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
WATERTOWN. —Before this reaches the eyes of your readers, the new postmaster will have assumed charge. Of course, we will accept some improvements from Mr. Lynch, and one of tbe first ought to be a later mail to Boston. The but .mall at nhrht is now made up at 6.90. A man doing business in Boston, who arrives home in oue 01 the evening trains, finds it impossible to get a letter into Boston in reply to one he may find awaiting him. There is a train in at 8.28 P. M. What is to hinder making up a mail for that train? One other thing, which perhaps is not so easily remedied. A letter requiring an Immediate answer may come for you; and if you do not happen to go to the post office, and some friendly neighbor does not notify you, the letter may lay there indetinltelv. A young man la Cambridge complained to' me that he had notified a friend In Watertown of an entertainment to come off. He gave him ample notice, aa he thought,— two full days; but the irate Watertouian received it two days ...
Spring Millinery Goods. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Spring Millinery Goods. The lady readers of the ____SS will lie planed to learn that Miss [_ 1). Walker has opened a new and ele)rantlv&gt; fitted store, comer of Tremont street and Hamilton pluiv, Huston, where she now has on exhibition » rare anil high class of millinery jrooils for ins|iection anil sale. Miss Walker lias a full conception of the tastes of tbe ladies for this form ot -imminent ami therefore offers only sui-b gooi&amp; as are the most attractive to the sox.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
YOUR EYE IS CAUGHT And your senses overwhelmed wlieu you enter my store with the line of BARGAINS extending from the front to th. rear door. HONEST QUALITY and LOWEST PRICE i. the fore* which give* life and motion to our fresh ever-changing stock of Artistic Furniture, AND HOUSEHOLD DECORATIONBPushing along the highway of success, I stop St nothing to accomplish an incresse of business; therefor., price, are lower thsn ever this month with the rell i.le and popular firm of LEE L POWERS, 30 BOYLSTON BT. OAMBEIDGE. To-day^ WE ARE SELLING Choice Dried A[ pie, sc. per lb. Loose Muscatel Raisins, sc. per lb. Table Butter. 25c. aud 30c. lb. Fancy New Orleans Molau.a, Soc. per gall. Potto Rico Molasses, 40c. gall. V.ry nice Japan and Oolong Teas, 50c. lb. "Perfection" Flour, the finest lv the market, 5..75. "Oriental" Mala Berry Coffee, 40c. lb. "oriental" Java Coffee, 32c. lb. Alki a full line of Fh-t Cla.. Groceries at Lowest Prices. Give u». call. HARLOW .*■ GLIDDEN, Sufoeftora to L. M....
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
TBE OLD AND It-XIABLE HOUSE FCBNI3HING X sTABLISHMBNT, SIS WASHINGTON STBEET, BOSTON, CHABLES H. BARNES. OUR STYLES ARE THE LATEST, OUR MANUFACTURE TBE BEST, OUR PRICES THE LOWEST. OUR TERMS FOB PAYMENT UNEQUALLED BY ANY HOUSE IN OUB LITNE. WE HAVE IN LARGE VARIETY CARPETS, PARLOR SUITS, OIL CLOTHS, ODD CHAIRS, MATTRESSES, CHAMBER SETS, BEDDING, RANGES, BABY CARRIAGES, REFRIGERATORS, AND EVERYTHING FOR A COMPLETE OUTf FIT FOR HOUSEKEEPING, FOB CASH OK ON EASY PAYMENTS. CHABLES H. BABNES, -1- WASHINGTON STBEET, BOSTON. I ' ' J@SE&amp;k * CITY OF wlpfe A MBRIDGE, office of Clerk of Committees, I City Hall, April Ist, 1887.1 NOTICE TO CONTBACTOBS. Proposals for Watering Streets, Season of 1887. -i-ea.-Hi 1 j.roposalii will be received at this office until TUESDAY, April 12th. at VI o'clock, noon, for watering tucli streets daring the Mason of 1887, ai shall be paid for in accordai.ee with the provisions of the city ordinance. Proposals must state tiie price per hour, for one ma...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IF. PURCHASING, But unfortunatt'ly low prices, without any regard to ilumliiliti. appear to catch the public. A long experience In business proves to us ihui tlr-i rla*s good* pay boili the dealer and purchaser. OUR SPRING NTOCK Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST CLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PABLOB, LIBBIBT, OHAMBEB and DIUIHG-BOOM FUBBTTUBE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Black Walnut; WILTON, VELVET, BBUBBELS, TAPESTBY and WOOLEH OABPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STBAW MATTDTG, ABT SQUABES, BOOS and MATS. CASH OR PARTIAL FAYMMTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - BOSTON. €a %tt—got Sale FOR SALE. riIHE READ ESTATE on Harvard Street, corner JL of Elm Street. James J. Read, 13 Tremont Row, Room 10, Boston. TO LET. bat Small House on Dana Street. Apply to Chables E. -BAH, 21 Pembertou Square, X-J-. Boston. TO RENT. NICE, NEW and co...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
jfinandal. TO LOAN. SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS on first mortgages. GEORGE W. GALE, 336 Main Street, Cambridgeport. WE OFFER, SUBJECT TO SALE, AT 97 1-2 and accured Interest, wilh 25 per cent. of stock bonus, A LIMITED AMOUNT OF The Orange Belt R'y Od's FIBST MORTGAGE 6 FEB CENT. fi.SO YEAB GO_.lt BONDS. INTEBEST JANUARY AND JULY. PAYABLE AT THE FABMKBB LOAN AND TRUST CO., NEW-YORK, DUE ISOT. THE Orange Belt Railroad Extends troin Monroe, a station on the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Railway, along the west bank of Lake Monroe, southwesterly through tbe towns of Sylvan Lake, Paola, Island Lake, Glen Ethel, Longwood, Altamont, Forest City, Toronto, Lakevtlle,Clarkona, Millers, and Crown Point to Oakland, a beautiful village located on the soath shore of Lake Apopka, a distance of 34 miles, and Is being rapidly extended through to Point Pinellas on the Gulf. This road passes through the most fertile lands of the State of Florida and the most thrifty orange belt of th. State. It Is do...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
SalesBy HOLBROOX *. FOX, Auctioneer-, Office No. 12 Post Office Square, - • BOSTON. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE, Oi BR.OBE STREET, East .nbrii-gi, On TUESDAY, April 12, 1887, At IS o'clock, Noon, oa the Prom lees This valuable property coaiprises the land and buildings numbered 87 and S» Bridge Street. Th. lot contain. 5892 square feet, baa a frontage of «S feet of Bridge Street, a depth of about 90 feet, aad adjoins In the rear th. location of th. Boston a Lowell B. 8., which fact In ooni.ectlon with Ik) nearness to the bualne.. section or Boston la the vicinity of the Northern and Eastern Railroad Station., renders it very desirable for hndness Barposes. S2OS to be paid at sale. t_T* Particulars of Auctions.r«. apr2—2w By J|__B. B. FAIRBAIRff. Auctioneer. NeT 166 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. H_.rt_w._T-&gt;. "ale. Pursuant to tbe power of sale contained la a mortgage deed given by Hbxby Dbqax to the Bant Cambridge Tire Cent. Savings Bank, dated May 20th. 1882, and ...
Poetry. THE TWO ANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Poetry. THE TWO ANGELS. Two angels, oa. of Lite, aad one of Death, Paased o'er the Tillage a. tbe morning broke; T_o 4awß waa on their fees.; and beneath, Th. soaibre houses rapped with plumes of smoke. Their Matnad. aad aspect war. the same. Alike their feature, aad their robe, of white; Aad owns crowned with amaranth, aa with flame, Aad one with asphodels, like flakes of light. I aaw them passe on their terrestrial way— Then said I, with deep fear and doubt oppressed, "■eat not so load, my heart, lest thou betray Tbe place where thy beloved are at rest!" And be wbo wore the crown of asphodels, Deeeo-ill.g at my door, began to knock; And my coal sank within me, as In wells The waters sink befurean earthquake's shock. I recognised the nameless agony— The terror, and the tremor and the pain— That oft before had filled and haunted me, And now returned with three-fold strength again. The door I opened to my heavenly guest, And listened, for I thought I heard God", voice; And, knowing w...
Historical. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Historical. —The Erie Canal was opened io 1825; the old Middlesex Canal had been in successful operation for over twenty years at that date. —What is now known as Harrison avenue, Boston, was formerly called Front street. The name was changed shortly after President Harrison's death. —The first paper mill in Massachusetts, and it is believed in the United States, was established at Milton on the Xeponset River about 1730. —Id 1731 Franklin established in Pbila delphia the first subscription circulating library in America. John Mem opened the first circulating library in this city. —The Boston Theatre (the old Federalstreet Theatre) was the only thoroughly appointed theatre in Boston from 1798 to 18_7. This house was opened in 17.4. and was the first regular Thespian temple to be erected in that city. —Father Wood, an English monk at Rome, constructed the first pianoforte in 1711. —Fairs were established in France by Charlemagne about 800, and encouraged in England by William the Con...
Important to All [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Important to All who are willing to work for the reward of success. Hallett k Co.. Portland. Maine, will mail you. free, full particulars aliout work that either sex. young or old. ran do. at a protit of from $6 to $23 per day, and upwards, and live at home, wherever they are located. All can do the work. Capital not required; Hallett &amp; Co. will-tart you. (irand success ahsolutely «ure. Write at once ami see.
How to Gain Flesh and Strength. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
How to Gain Flesh and Strength. Use after each uieal Scott's Emulsion; it is as palatable as milk and easily digested. Delicate people improve rapidly with its use. ForC'onsumptlon. Throat affections and Bronchitis it is u_e&lt;iuaUed. I&gt;r. Titos Prim, Ala., says: -I used Scott's Emulsion on a child eight months old; he gained four pounds in a month."
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
HALTS HOMEY i. ihe Is*. c,m_h (_c, _5, 50c., «L G-E-N'. ICLPHUR SOAP h___ and lsa___sa_, 23c. CERMAI COfm REMOVER kill. C-bbs &amp; -unio... «c HILL'S HAI.I A WHISKER DYE— -belt &amp; Brown, 50c. n_X*S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 2Sc. Ea-Un RHEUMATIC PILLS are a ._.- cure. 50c. —Xo woman ever answer, a call by ti-li-pliotic without smoothing down her hair, working up a .mile, and trying to make a good impression on the transmitter.
Test For a Gentleman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
Test For a Gentleman. "I have here the best test for a gentleman that there is in New York," said the old, gray-haired servitor in the blue naval cap who wanders about the corridors of the postoffice. "A gentleman will never let the door slam In the face of a man or woman who Is following, no matter how much engrossed In other things he may be. A gentleman will always hold the door open until the person behind him gets his hand upon it. Judged by that test there are not very many gentlemen in New York city. I kept a kind of score for an hour the other morning of the number of persons who showed any consideration for their fellow beings. There were 1,116 persons went through the doors in that time, and of these I saw 87 stop and hold the door so that it would not slam against those behind them. Fourteen, all smart young fellows, bank clerks or something like that, I judged, threw the doors wide open, so that they might slam back the harder. The rest showed no knowledge whatever tbat ...