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Rules [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Rules for the care of the sick. How to cure disease, its symptoms and causes, and other information of great value will be found in old Mr. Kaufmaun's great book; 100 pages, line colored plates. Send three 2 cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway &amp; Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free.
FUNERAL CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
FUNERAL CUSTOMS. It is five years this month since the death and burial of our beloved juiet. Longfellow. We all remember the incidents of that season of public interest and grief: the universal sentiment .of sorrow at the impending bereavement; the solemn utterance of th; church-bells, announcing with measured stroke, the accomplished years of the long and honored life; the funeral ceremonies on tbe ensuing Sunday,—the gathering of the dead poet's kindred, and a few dear friends and literary associates in the old mansion on Brattle street, at the entrance of which, fluttered no gloomy emblem of woe, and whose wide easements, undarkened by closed shutters or funeral draperies,. freely admitted into the familiar sitting-room, the light of the snowy, but not cheerless March afternoon; the simple and most appropriate service there, amidst the departed scholar's dearlyloved books and works of art; and ihe more stately and public ceremonial at the crowded chapel, where, in the hour when ...
A Festival [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
A Festival Will be held iti the Charitable Mechanic Association Building. Boston, on Tuesday evening. April 12th. It will be given under the auspices of the Massachusetts and the Boston Horncepathic Societies, the Faculty of Boston University School of Medicine, and a general committee of citizens, and in aid of Boston University School of Medicine. The festival will include the following features: from i&gt; toB p. in. there will be a coffee party or high tea, with refreshment tables, under the charge of matrons and assistants, —the refreshments may be continued through the evening; from 7to 8, addresses will be made in the small hall, (picture gallery);. from 8.30 to 10, a promenade concert will be given in the large hall by the Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mr. Carl Zerrahn; from 10 to 12, dancing. Subscriptions of money and donations of refreshments suitable for the occasion, flowers and confectionery are solicited. Tickets for the festival, one dollar each, may be pr...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
—Catarrh, when chronic, becomes very offensive. It is impossible to be otherwise healthy, and, at the same time, afflicted with catarrh. This disagreeable disease, in its most obstinate and dangerous forms, can be cured by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla. —C. D. Stevens, 18 Hanover st., Boston, has received a lot of line English Milans, in different colors, which be is selling at 99 cents; also a lot of choice trimmed sailor and fancy hats, selling at twenty.four aud forty-nine cents. They offer great bargains in trimmed hats. Any one wishing to purchase would do well to call there early and examine.
Wedding Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Wedding Reception. Monday evening tbe spacious and elegantly appointed residence of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson, Jr., No. 244 North avenue, presented a brilliant scene, the occasion being the reception of Dr. and Mrs. George S. Morgan—nee Henderson. The happy pair had but just returned from their wedding tour to New York, Washington and other points, and were receiving their friends, previous to their departure to their new home. The arrangements for the reception were admirable. The guests catered Ihe house from Russell street, a large canopy extending from the sidewalk to the door, and on the walk and steps carpetng was spread. Dr. and Mrs. Morgan received in the drawing room, and Messrs. Louis E. Tenney, Fred R. Dorr, J. M. Smith, Jr., and Frank R. Henderson officiated aa ushers. The bride looked charming attired In an elegantly fitting dress of blue satin, with drapery ot nun's veiling and satin trimmings, caught up with clusters of roses. She carried In her hand a large and b...
AMUSEMENT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
AMUSEMENT NOTES. Mollis Street Theatre.—Mr. George Riddle, tbe well-known reader, will make bis appearance next week at this tbeatre, in Edgar Fswcett'a new play, "Tbe Earl." Tbe piece has been especially written for Mr. Riddle, and is said to be a very strong play, of unusually line literary qualities. Cambridge will undoubtedly be well represented at tbe initial performance Monday night, as well as at every other representation, as Mr. Kiddle is «o well and favorably known in this city. The production bas been looked forward to witb much interest, and Mr. Riddle's friend, wish him every .access. He Is certainly fortunate in having the play brought out at this tbeatre, which will secure for It nrat-claae ataging. Park Theatre.—Miss Fanny Davenport wIU be tbe attraction at ibis theatre next week, ber engagement commencing with Monday evening's performance. Miss Davenport, ever a favorite with the theatre-going public, will appear in a repertoire of ber popular part., and large audie...
The Spirit of Competion. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
The Spirit of Competion. We publish in another column one of Means. Brine *t Norcros.' unique and attractive advertise ments, and would like to remark here that aside from the pecuniary recompense for it, there Is a satisfaction, for we know we are benefitting tbe readers of the Press and the general public In doing so. It Is a pleasure to speak of a house that for twenty years hss pursued tbe even tenor of its ways In legitimate trade; tbat has always lived np to the principle and plan adopted at Its outset. Tit: selling good goods at fair prices; and of realising «uch a profit from their sales as to enable them to pay their employes a liberal salary for their services. It is a satisfaction to know that those who patronise this house will always find the goods they purchase to prove as represented, and that nothing is advertised beyond what they have in stock. Another noteworthy feature characteristic of their wtabllfdtments is the unif &gt;rm courtesy and politeness with w...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
,jfor % £aoies. ARTISTS' MATERIALS OP EVEBY KIND. WiDSWOBTH, HOWLUD &amp; GO." MaadSiWukingtoaS., Boston. Furs! Furs! T torn leaving off their Far Garment, can hare them repaired much cheaper and better now than In the busy season. MRS. M. LARNER, SS Proapeet Street. Cambrldfreport. C. D. STEVENS, Fasta* Millinery. HAIR AND MOIRMXG GOODS CQSSTASTLY ON tLAKIX I] 18 HANOVER STBEET, BOSTON. Straw Hats aad Bonnets Bleaclte.l and Preased in latest style. Particular attention paid to orders. aprit-3m ! FRKNCII DRESS RAITING. BRYANT'S. 22 WTJTTEB STBEET, - BOSTOH. J STR^W"~HATS.|/ Id Ladies wishing to MM their HATS AXD BONNETS KEMODEUED. | To the Spring ami Summer F-i**hU&gt;us, will find a full as*. &gt;rtm«n. of shapes at POOL BROTHERS' HAT AND BONNET BLEACHER!'. Ho. 16 HANOVEB STEEET, BOSTOH. , Sasiruss Carbs. W. A. CURRIE, D.D.S., (Surgreon Dentist.) Office and Residence, 613 .Main Street. At Boston Dental College Friday Afternoons. WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Nurgeon Den...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
jst bools—ffiosixal. mt. st7josews ACADEMY. CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. FOE BOABDEBS ASD DAT PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For proepeetu. and farther information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Acadkmy .ANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISB ELLEH £ HAWKEB, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE Las resume*! ber instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., lambrH.ftepuj-1. (foal nni) ©loot). Coleman Brothers. r DtALESS 111 WOOI&gt; ll.ll' and URAIJV. LACKAWANNA, SIIAMOKIX, and I.VKKNS VALI.KY FKAXK.I.IN COALS, kept eoustantly on Uan.l, at lowest market rat... Hard and Soft Wood of all kinds. Always In stock. Wsf4 sawed and split any length at short notice. Also butt ends, birch kindUugs and sawdust at Low ■ rice**.. The Trade supplied with Bundle Wood. Telephone- &gt;o. 7139. ■ orders ty Mail or Telephone promptly attended to 91 Broadway, cor. of Sixth St. A.a SOU MAI.*. HTKKET. GEORGE M. SMITH, ■MMHM !•.«. I-. M.TUTH A* SON. DEAL...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
mW aSßaf Avgßf * W I UflaflaJa £&gt;m M «»w OLD HONESTY is mode of and jwiit' JfSf fooacco dr7d i-swadefoCHEWoj7iy/°' 7,,dV,^ it ft/eiy [lluO is stamped like'/iie above drdwi-ij Insist on the made otil-/ty-Jb/in f7r,zer?p3roS.,LiCu;sville, Ky- H SHIRT AGENCY. / \ T,IE CELEBRATED jLJ "1 "EIGHLVIIE" B g PATENT DRESS SHIRT.I \o- i . ■ ij?/ Thi. Shirt is guaranteed to tit and -et better than any Shirt Made to | \ 'i n &gt;l Order. Every person km.w. that the set of the bosom and neck-band» I SM Ol the principal part of a .hirt. Tbe " Etglimie" Patent Shirt i. made only ; \se; w/ from the best material, for first-.-laa. trade. The bosom can be worn a , IJI week without a break or wrinkle and guaranteed to outwear the Shirt. p ft Price, llnlaandered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25.1 \ . / The "Elghtnie" Re-Enforced Leader Shirt made from Wumsutta Htu- \ \ I J lin, 1900 Linen bosom. V\ ' J Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. \ y FOR SALE ONLY BY Infringements, us. none u...
OUR GREAT AUTHORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
OUR GREAT AUTHORS. It is a fact in which we may well take an honorable pride, that seven of the greatest among American authors have been residents of Cambridge. Edward Kverett. at the height of his world-wide renown as orator, scholar and statesman, was a familiar figure in our streets, not only in Old Cambridge, where he lived as teacher in Harvard, and afterwards as its president, but in Cambridgeport. where, for several years, his son William was a pupil in the High School, then on Amoiy street in Ward Two. Mr. Everett took a deep interest in the school, of which Mr. Elbridge Smith was the principal. He made frequent visits during school-houis. and on several occasions addressed the school. A speech delivered at one ot the annual exhibitions is included in his published works. As every one knows. Holmes' fume as tbe matchless lyrist of our literature, dawned on the world while he was a resident of the old town and a teacher in tbe University. Many of bis best and most familiar s...
Not Yet Settled. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Not Yet Settled. Tbe disagreement t&gt;etween the F'ir-t Baptist Church ami the social Bible ( lass, which has been so .unpleasantly prominent for somettme. appears no nearer a solution than it was some weeks ago. (.barges which had Is-en j. referred against Messrs. Champlin and Cro.-k.-r were reported upon by a committee of the church on Monday evening, in which they were found guihv. The committee recommended the withdrawal of the haud of fellowship until each recusant shall nave publicly acknowledged hi* •rror and had expressed regret for his action. The report wa. accepted l.v a vote of 170 to I li. Per contra to tbe above" the Bible i la.-s pr.spo*es to keep up its organization ami ou Thursday evening held a meeting in Au-tiii Hall, with new accessions to its numls-i*. ami chose tinfollowing officers: President. Kdgar B. ('h:uii|&gt;lin; Vice I're.ident-. I»r. Jones. F. H. Hollon. I&gt;r. Stoeker. 3lrs. Leeds and Mr.. McKimion: treasurer, f. X. Klander*:...
Pastoral Reception. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Pastoral Reception. A very pleasant affair took place at the Third Congregational Church. Austin street, last Monday evening, in commemoration of the twentieth anniversary of the -settlement of Key. Ueantc W. Briggs. I). 11., a* pastor, the occasion al*&lt;&gt; being tbe seventy-seventh anniversary of hiMrth. Tbe exercise, of tbe evening consisted of vocal rendition, by Mi*« 11. Louise fjinc and Mi*. E. T. Kmerson. and by quartette singing by the same and Messrs. C. X. Hunting and N. Y. Lincoln, and by address** hv Hon. Leamlcr M. Hannum. who presided, ami Mr. John Liverinore and Key. Or. Briggs. The address of Mr. Livermore was in reminiscence of the society with which be has been associated Wiwiaj* laaii year, and was particularly interesting, lie ga&gt; •• a brief description of ( ainbridgcisort a* il wa* before tbe building of West Boston Bridge, an I also gave an account of the first Sunday school in tbe Port, aud how the children we're taken from the st...
Grand Military Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Grand Military Ball. The military hall and drill of the.Massa. husctt. Guard, Co. B, Ist Kegt., M. V. M., which will be given in Union and Temple Halls, on the evening of ApW lilst, is already an assured success. The ticket, are selling rapidly ; although they are sold only hy subscription by members of the corpa. The entertainment will consist of an exhibition drill and dress parade l.v the company, iv which the. Ist liegt. I iruui. Fife iu.il Bugle Corps will take part. A promeiiade concert by J. Howard Kichiirdson"* popular orchestra will be followed hy dancing until 2 o'clock. Supper will be served in Temple Ila:l by Miss Martha X. Jones during the evening. It la expected that this occasion will be flusocial event of the year. and that it w ill lie the largest gathering ol military officers which ever occurred in this city, as representatives from Wakefield, Concord, Xatick, Brockton aud New Bedford have alruadr signified Ibeir intention* of being present. The fact that the Gove...
Suicide. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
Suicide. Mr. Volney X. Chanibcrlin. late of the firm of CbamlierKn, Lincoln &amp;. Co..*pork packers, committed suicide hy shooting, at his residence. No. 167 Brovikline street, last Monday alleruoon. The deceased was involved iv a ease iv court iv which be wa. oauvkted of |ierjurj- iv .wearing tbat be bad made full returns of the firm's assets -arbeu it failed.when it was shown t hat **J.(.*X)ihad baaa unaccounted for. The dual hearing in the can ana to have been bad yesterday. Mr. ( hamtMrita ar** 30 yearsi of sgv aud leaves widow ****** *Tr* child' ea.
EASTER DAT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
EASTER DAT. Despite the foot of snow which covered the ground on Palm Sunday, and the wintry aspect of things in general on that day, we are quite likely to have a mild and lovely Easter day. The sun rides too high in the heavens for old winter to gain any more permanent victories this season. We earnestly hope for a fair Easier. It i* the most significant and beautiful festival of the Christian year, and bright skies and balmy spriug breezes are its fitting adjuncts. The festival falls some two weeks earlier than last year; it sometimes occurs even in the latter days of March.
A SAD EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
A SAD EVENT. The suicide of Mr. Volney R. Chaniherlin was the sad and terrible ending of a long story of error and consequent suffering. Whatever may be our personal views as to the victim's guilt or innocence, it is impossible to withhold a tribute of pity for the mental agony that could lead to a result so desperate and awful.