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Mission Sewing School. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Mission Sewing School. As required by the constitution, tbe following report for tbe 3 ear 1886 to tbe members of the Union City Mission School, is respectfully submitted: Whole number of scholars, 198; Dumber of teachers, 25; number of sessiens during the year [ 1886, 2d; average attendance, 130; number of garments made, nearly 200; four business meetings of Ibe association have beeu held in tbe year and two of the executive committee. Thia might seem lo be all that was essential for a repoit, but to others than those actively engaged in tbe school it gives little or no idea of its condition. At the beginning of tbe year, ihe number of scholars was abont 170. Situated aa we were then, it would have been imposaible to have taken thirty more, but the new quarters assigned us hv the city government enabled us to receive this large increase. While tbe officers and teacheis are grateful for the favor to themselves, the comfort in a well-heated, well-lighted and well-venti-lated room, tb...
Funeral of Mrs. Skinner in Somerville. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Funeral of Mrs. Skinner in Somerville. The slow tolling he!! aod the saddened face* of many parent hy la*t Tue-.ii.iy afternoon, told that ao occasion of deep a.id solemn inictes' wa* '.iking ['Uce, and as the Universalis!; Church od Cross stieet was ueared aud iiuuv entered its saned precincts, it wa-j appuent that one loved and icspccted hud passed away and was to receive the last honor* of affection and christian syropatb) Mrs Cornelia B. Skinucr, wife of Key. Chailes A. Skinner of Somerville, la'e of this city, having de- , paited hence, obsequies were held in the church with scarce a *eat unoccupied. While ihe orgao Dotes were softly i&lt;e%ling forth their sonow the tuteial process 100 entered, Rev. C F. Lee of Cuarlestown eh in. in;; "I am the resurrection and ihe life," aod was fallowed by Key. C- W. Biddle of this city aud ltev A* A. Miser, D. D., imiuedia'ch preceding 'he family of llie deceased. The casket was teodeily home ' y the three &gt;ons and orphew...
Resolutions of Respect. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Resolutions of Respect. At a regular meeting ol J. Howard Payne | Council. No. 72, Home Circle, last Wednesday j evening, ihe following pieamble sod resolutions I were unanimously adopted : — Wheres-, It has pleased Ihe Supreme Leader of I the Uuiviise lo remove irom our midst our frieud, ! Supreme Treasurer, John A- Cummiogs, therefore' : be it Ktaolrtd, That in Ibc death of John A. CummiDgstbe Council laments the loss of a friend who was ever ready lo extend the hand of friend sLip. and lo aid all di.tic9.ed of the fraternity; a citizen whose uprigli' snd noble !i'e was a standard of emulation lo his associates. littolrtd. That we deeply avinpvluze with tho.e j who weic bound to our departed friend by ibe neatest and dearest lie*, ami w ■oars will, ihem Hie hope thai at the final minion in thai belter woild, where Ibeie are do our circle will be unbroken. /iVro/rcif, Thai ilie.e resolutions be spread upon lue records of Ibe Council, and a ;opy [hereof be transmitted to the family ...
A New G. A. R. Post Instituted. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A New G. A. R. Post Instituted. Thursday evening a large number of signers i favoring the organization of a new Grand Army I Post, assembled io Odd Fellows Hall, 548 Main ! street, to be mustered in, a cbaitcr having been granted by the Department Commander. Department lustk ctor, B. Read Wales, assisted by Wanen X. Snow, Officer of the Day, and J. H. Curtail, Quarlermastei Sergeant, initiated Ihe Post nnder Ihe name of John A. Logan, No. 186 I The officers nominated at the preliminary meeting were elected as follows ■ Commander, Julio D. Billiogs; Senior Vice Commander, Capt. John S. Sawyer; Junior Vice Commander, James G Han is; Surgeon Dr. Chailes X. Vanghan ; Officer of the Day, I). Web- ' ster Ballard; Qcailerniastcr .1. 11. Webber;: Officer of the Guard, Kmerv .1. Packard; Anju'ant. William P. Brown. The officers elect will j be installed next Thursday evening.
Children Starving to Death [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Children Starving to Death On account of their inability to digest food, will find a most marvellous food and remedy in Scott's Emulsion. Very palatable and easily - digested. Dr S W. Cohen, of Waco, TexKa, says: "I have used your Etnulsious in Infantile wasting. It not ouly restores wasted tissues, but gives strength, and increases the appetite.
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Sunday Services. First Baptist Olil'rch, Central Square, Key James Me Whiimie.D.D., pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, with classes for all ages, at -.&gt;.:«) P M. Piea.hlng at 7 :H&gt; P. M. Young people'! meeting Moll.lay at 7.45 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.43 P. M. Tiiißn C.i.NiißKiiATioxAi. Six ietv (Unitarian) Austin atreet. —ltev. Dr Uriggs will preach at 0.30. Sunday School at 11. Mission or the As.-exsio.n, corner of Third and Th .rndikc streets. East Cambridge.—Morning service.lt. Evening service at 7.30. North-Avenue Umveiisalist Church—Rev. C. W. Riddle, (water. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7P. M. Sunday Sbhuul, 12.1,", P. M. Cottage Street M. E. Churcr, Key. N. B. Eisk, pastor. — Morning prayer meeting at 9.30. Preaching at 10.30 A. M. and 3 P.M. Sunday School 1.3U P. M. Yuung peuple'a meeting at g. Prayer and praise service 7. Harvard St. M. E. Church, Key. W. 11. Thomas, pastor.— Preaching at 10.30 A. M., Sunday school at -\3O P. M. Pr...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Married. j lIKI.IWX-lltil.tiEß-ln this city. U'th inst., by It.-v, Nathaniel It Fink. Mr, Alvan .1. Brown to Mis. Alice A. Holder, both of St. John, N. It. CAMPBELL-BOYD—In .Somerville, Mill ult.,by Key. C. S. Dewing. Mr. James P. Campbell to BMm Elizabeth M. Boy.l, both uf thisrlty. , CAIRNS-IiI.KNNuN —In ibis city. 13t|i inst., by Roe, -'..lin .J. tirifhn, Mr. Philip Calms to Miss Hllllatl tiler.noi,. boll. ..f this city. IxiNM-11.1.V- Ct—LEY—ln tUt city, l-'tb inst., by Kev.Jaamt 11. n'liri.-u. Mr.Patrick Donnelly to .Miss Kliza Curley, both of this city. I SOTS— lil.'i:li—ln Boston, tilth Inst., by ltev. Thot. ! .1. U. Home, Mr. W, Fred (love of thia city tv Mis. M u&gt;,| 1., llur.l if 805t.,11. , HKGNAS-MeDuNAI.D-la this elly, IMb lust., by Rev. William Orr, Mr. Fran, is Heguan uf ltoeton to Miss miltbalb McDonald of thlt city. I LEX—BOOTH lv that city, Sth Inst., by ltev. Alexander MeKeiir.ii. D. D., Mr. .I.hn E. Lee nf thlt city t,, Miss Harriet A. Booth of Soinervil...
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Died. BKKiHAW-In this city, ML Inst., Mary B , widow ot Wiliam Ml years, tv mouths, H days. H'IAKII.MAN-llth inst., Kstlier 11., daughter of William CMai Krneline M. Hoardm..u t 3 years, 10 mouths, 19 .lay.. j IH.'NC.IN—MI mat.. George 11., sou of John and Sarah Iluii. an, J years, I months. DAII.I'.Y —"Hi Inst., Mary A., wife of Charles W. liailey, H ycari l . ELLIS—MI Inst., .lech mi,nh, widow o| Rudolph Kllis, ll* yeats. KtiHKST-sth mat., Kdwin, son of William mid Margaret Forest, 4 years, 2 mouths, ll days. ' GANNON—MIh inst., I'eter .1. Gannon, 31 years, 3 months. : llH.iW—sih lusct., George O, Grow, t&gt;9 years, B mos, .. (lays. ' QALLAOBKB—r.'th inst., Ma Gallagher, ■ yrs. II AltlilMl—Tth hltt. Belli! L Harding, „ years, * inccnths. 1". .lays. HOWK —1-th inst., Estes Howe, 7. years, U inontba, ■jn days. Kill.AN — loth inst., Nicholas Nolan. Ik; years. SWA NSKY —11 111 inst., .los.nli, son of Tiuiolhy aud Annie Swansey, 4 years, I months. SI'I.AINK-loth inst., Al.hie ...
A Merry Sleighing Party. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
A Merry Sleighing Party. "Dualling through the snow, in a four-horse open sklgh, O'er the hills we go, laughing all the way." In iho words ol ao 'old saw." aucli were tbe sentiments of about fifty memliers oi Friendship Council, Home Circle, Leader Uackeit, as they ctnliaiked in two of Nixon's barges in tbe Port on Monday evening. The aleigliing waa delightful and Ibe trip through Brighton. Watertown and Waltham, with a stop st Ihe Prospect [louse in Ihe latter place, where t fine supper was served, waa thoroughly enjoyed. A fine entertainment was suhsrq.ienilr improvised io the parlor, when Mrs. Edwin A. Hancock entertained with piano music, and songs were giveo by Mrs. Henry C. Beckett and readings by Hlaa Carrie Baldwin. The occasion was a delightful one, and it is not amiss to say that the -"reina" of Ibe barges were in the band, of competent and skillful drivers. 11 ia just like Friendship Council, and tbe whole-souled members composing it.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
SCROFULA I do not believe that ! Aycr's Sai-saparillu lias ,an equal us a remedy for Scrofulous Humors;. It is pleasant to take, gives stretiL'ih and vigor to tli'- body, Uiimni.ee* : ""' produces a inure nUIHUrS, permanent. lastiiiL'. result than ant in.di. in.I ever v s i-I|. — I:. Haines.Xo. Lin.laic&lt;). 1 havo iise.l Ami's Sarsapai ilhi.in in) family, for Sii-c»fiil:i, unci know, if it is taken Frveinelae fuithfuilv. it will CrySip6l&lt;t», , thl&gt;l - ou&gt;;l . lv • ~,-a.licate this terrible disease. — W. F. Fowler, M. D., Greenville, Tcnn. For forty years; I have ■fend w'ilh Ery•itielas. I have tried j all sorts of rciiiriliei flan If p. I* anil '" r my complaint, but banner, anu folwd _, r X. f until i en iii me nr ed using A jrer't Banaparflla. Afl.-r taking ten bottio. of thin medicine I am completely cured. — Mary C. Aincsbury, Itockport.Mc. rv Catarrh, 11"*™ —•**»*, ■&lt;* &gt; years, from Catarrh, which was so severe th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Horace S. Harriett, Real Estate Agent, -FORCainbridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Mortgages Negotiated. Insurance Placed. T.HH.^m ~~, WANTED. CHOKUS SINOKUS for a Catholic Church Choir. Prlvats vocal Instruction in exchange for services. Apply to J. T. DOOI.EY, 45 Franklin street, Monday evenings between 7 and » o'clock. lw* Catub /• idyeport Savinys Bank. 4 OL'AUTKRLY MEETING of the Trustees of A the Cambridgeport Savings Bank Corporation will be bolden at their Banking Rooms, on TUESDAY, the l«th day of January inst., at 9 A. M. J. F. LANE, Secretary. Cambridge, Jan. 15th, 188". lw Cambridgeport Savings Hank. aaf At the Annual Meeting of the Cambridgeport Savings Bank Corporation, held at their Rooms on the 13th of December, 1886, the following persons were chosen officers of said institution for the ensuing year, all of whom have been duly swoni, lo wit:— PRESIDENT, JOSEPH A. HOLMES. VICE-PRESIDENTS, Luciea R. Paige, George T. Gale, D. U...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Co £ tt—got Salt. TO LET. TJIURNISHED ROOMS at 60 Market Street, I_ Cambridgeport. janS—3w* TO LET. MNice convenient house of 7 rooms; Rent *20 per mouth. Apply at No. 6 River street. jaul—3w TO LET. a House of 9 rooms, with bath room and wash room. No. 10 Lawrence street: good yard; cemented cellar; all in perfect repair; rent *25 per mouth. Apply to J.H.Webber. 683 Main street. janl—tf FOR SALE. ANEW two story House of 10 roon.s, on Grigg street, arrangeil for two families and basement store. 2,800 feet of land. Price, $2800. $1600 can remain .on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply at 97 Hancock street. nov27—tf CHARLES E. Real Estate and Insurance, 593 1-2 MAIN ST , Cambridgeport gar"Especial attention paid to collecting rents and care of Real Estate. jane—ly CO., Real Estate Agents, —AND AU C TIOIYE E RS, Care of Estates a Specialty. 623 MAIN ST., Camb'port, 40 Slate St., room 28, Boston. J. W1NNETT. W. Q. CUTTER JOHN MAHADY7 REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE A.GE5JMT, Drain Pipe, Flagging, a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Stfrools—ffltusical. ffTsr. Joseph's ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - • • MASS. FOE BOABDERS AND DAY PUPILB, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further Information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HA WEES, TEACHER OF PIA TV OFOI* T E bat resumed her Instructions since Oct. I, Wo. 613 MAIN St.. Cambrldgeport. Frederick&amp;Anna Clark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany, and are prepared to receive pupils for Instruction In their NEW SYSTEM of PIANOFORTE PLAYING. Thia system, which was well received and extensively published In Berlin, greatly lightens labor for the pianist and student; promotes health and develops rapid control of all artistic powers. Apply personally or by letter at , 24 CLINTON STKEET, CAMBRIDGEPORT. I BOSTON ■ | MASS. The American Investment Co. Paid up Capital, $600,000: Surplus. $73,000. 0 per cent. Debenture Bonds; 7 per cent. We...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Yttrium SaltsBy S- H HARRIHGTOH, AuetioßMr «M Cambridge Street, Cambrldgeport. AUCTION BAKE OF Household_F_rnilure. Will be sold at Public Auction at Ibe residence of Mr. Ckas. Daily, 49 Willow St.. Cambridgeport, TUESDAY, January 18th, 1887, AT 10 OtXOCK A. af. The entire household furniture, comprising black waluut chamber eeta, carpet*, bedding, extension table, chairs, clocks, mirrors, lounges, refrigerator, range, parlor Move, lv fact the complete out-lt of parlor, chamber and kitchen furniture. The above stock will be sold without reserve to tbe highest bidder. Terms cash. lw* fegal _toti«». **aaßßaaawe«Uk mt maaaaefcaaatta. Middlesex, sa. PROBATE COURT. To all persons Interested In the estate of A biqail Hahmo.vu, late of Cambridge, in said County, deceased, Qrkktikg"nrHKßSAS, FrakcisL. smith, tbe Executor ,Tot the will of said decease 1 has presented for allowance the rtr»t and ttnal account of hit administration upon the estate of said deceased; You are hereby cited to appe...
THE ROUND OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
THE ROUND OF LIFE. Two children down by the shining strand, With eye* as bio. as the Summer sea, While th. .Ink log son Oils all the land With th. glow of a golden mystery. Laughing aloud at the sea-mew's cry, Gasing with joy on its snowy breast, Tll&gt; the ttrst star looka from the evening aky, And th. amber bars stretch orer tlie west. A soft gram dell by the breezy shore, A sailor lad aad a maiden fair; Hand claspad la hand, while tbe tales of yon* Is bone again on tb. listening air. For lore to yoang, though lor. be old, And love alone tbe heart can fill: And tbe dear old tale lhat has bf en told In th. days gone by la spoken still. A trlsa-bnllt home on a sheltered bay: A wife looking out on tbe glistening sen: A prayer for the loved ones far away. And parting imps 'neath the old roof-tree; A lifted latch and a radltnt face By th. open door In tbe falling night; A welcome home and a warm embrace From th. love of his youth and his children bright. An aged man In an old ...
Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Household Hints. The color of old oak is pleasant for bedchamber woodwork; in north rooms terracotta paper of an old pink shade is pleasing. and in south rooms olive-green of a middling dark and golden shade. Tint ceiling pale, soft, olive-green. Biting off Threads.—Many ladies use their artilieal teeth as substitutes for scissors, and such use of them soon renders repair necessary. When told that they should not bite threads with them, they are surprised. But they should be taught not to use even their natural teeth for such purposes. But few think that in biting oil' a thread the entire muscular force of the jaws in use. is concentrated into the small space measured by the diameter of a thread. Besides, thread after thread is applied to the same place on the teeth, anl thus the enamel is soon broken there. Food and Conscience. —Kdward Kverett Hale says: Xever go to bed in any danger of being hungry. People are kept awake hy hunger quite as much as by a bad conscience. Remembering ...
How They Fell. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
How They Fell. The jjreat empires of anliijuiti, mi^.it liave In-eu fluuiisliin;; but fur urriuin tiits. tructWe eleiueuts. cherished within their own bMMM. Uabyl'.n mm eeaqaered hy drunkenness and revelry. Persia full l.y the drunkenness of her kings and people. Had '•: not luen for tliis. that wonderful people might still have been a power in the wurld. Gieece in her turn, fell nut so much hy the. prowess ol the Human arms. as by her own discord anil effeminacy. Save for tin-. Athens in air. science and manners, might still have been the world s wonder arid example. Home Mt, not M much hy the horde* of (,olh*. Iluiis and Vandals descending upon her plains and ■MMihlag her cilies. by the careless ,a-e and sottish inditl'-nnce of her people. Wine and spjil took away the heart of that great nation an 1 unnerved its mighty arm. But for this. Home, from her seven hills, might still have been controlling the destinies of the world, or at least leading in the van uf nations.—[lrish World...
Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
Consumption Cured. "An old pbys-clau, lelii.d from pi actice, having bad placed in bis hands by an Enl led a mis-ion ary Ibe toimula of a s'mp.e vegetable remedy lol the -peedy and permanent cue ot Cun-ump iun, Bionchius, catarrh, Asthma and ail Tbioat aud Lung Affections, also a posiiive and ladical cure lor Nervous Debility and all Ncvous Couiplaiu's, atler bsviog tested its wonderlul euialive poweis ill thousands or cases, baa felt it his du'y to make it known to Iris surterihg lellow.. A' tuaed by this motive and a desiie to relieve h'imau siitreritig I will send, tree of charge, to all who &lt;l-sire it, tliilecipe, iu lic-ruiae, l-'tencb or Kngli-h, wnh full directions lor prepaiing and u-ing Sent by ni.il by addressing wrh .umiv naming lata paier. W. A Novas, ll'J I'o'ctrt Block, Bnitsafn. .V. )'.