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Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Sunday Services. First Baptist Church. Central Square, Rev James McWhinnie, D.D., pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A.M. Sunday School, with classes for all ages, at 2.:t0 P M. I'reacbing at 7.30 P. M. Voimg people's meeting Monday at 7.45 P. M. Prayer meeting Wednesday at 7.45 P. M. Thihi&gt; CosuRK&lt;»ATIO!fAL Society (Unitarian) Austin street. —Rev. Or Briggs will preach at 10.30. Sunday School at 12. Mission or the Ascknsiox, comer of Third and Thorndike streets, East Cambridge.—Morning service. 11. Evening service at 7.30. NoRTH-AVKNUE UXIVKItSAUHT CHL'RCO—ReT. C. W Biddle, pastor. Services, 10.30 A. M. and 7P. M. Sunday Shhool, 12.15 P. M. OOTT-A-tta Street M. E. Cihrch, Rev. N. IS. Fisk, pastor. — Morning prayer meeting at i».:W). Preaching at 10.30 A.M. and 3 P.M. Suuday School l.ou P. M. Young people's meeting at y. Prayer and praise service 7. Harvard St. M. E. Church, Rev. W. H. , Thomas, pastor.—Preaching at 10.30 A. M., Snuday school at 2.30 P. M. Prayer meeti...
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Married. COOMBS—KIMiEIt-In thi. elty, l:.th Inst., hy Rare. Edward X. Ch miller, D.IJ., Mr. Frank L. Otoliths »-f I'pper Stillwnti-r, Me., lo Miss Ella M. Ki.l-1.-r of llltnoin. CIMILKY—CAHTWUKiIIT— In Boston, nth Inst., hy _Urr.Oeo.ge 1., l'erln, Mr. Charles A. Cooley of thi. .ity, to Miss Funnii- M. Cartwrlght of .Boston. ' IiAM.MEKY—WILSON—III till. elty. 17th Inst, by Key. .lain,-. F. Spalding, Mr. William J. llnmnie- — lo Miss Mary A. Wilson, both of this , Ity. KKETZSCIIMAN— X I'NSTI.EU-ln Boston, lr.th inst.. by Key. Louis B. Schwarz, Mr. Carl O. Krelzs, linillu to Miss ('lata A. Kuu.ller, both of this city.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Died. 11l TTKUI-*IKI.D- In this .iiv. Hull inn!., Louise J., wi-lnw of Ahleti 11. Iliilteriiclt I, .",1 years, 7 mus., 17 .lays, coKEA — 211 th inst., torn, daughter nf llen.lrick ami Mary C"rea. 2yenrs, 1 inuntli. CO.S'.'ELI.O—I7th iiml., James Cnstelln, O years. F.I.HAKIIT—-Till iuBI., Caroline, widow of Joseph Krliar.lt, 77 years. rntT«M IWli insi.. Elizalx-th (1., daughtnrof ratrh-k iin.l Mary Fiillam, 1.~, years, 4 nios., ]X tlys. OATES—I7th inst., Stephen F. I.ates, ai years, 5 nios., ll ilny.. IH'MI'HKKV-l.'.th Inst., .lane, willow of Charles flu 111 | ill rev, 77 yearn, B nios. HoWAKII—IHth inst., George C. Howard, M years. 4 m 0... 12 days. I.INNKIIAN-Mth 1u.1., Mary, widow of Dani Linliehan, Till year.. Mi-i'ARTHY—Hith Inst., Charles E.. son of Timothy and Mary M.-Carthy, 1.1 year.. I month, 12 days. M.-FAI.I.ANI) — mth lust., Sarah, wife of ttubert McFarlaud, K2 year.. Mi-KAE, It-tli inst, -Joseph, sou of Kenneth and Ellen IM.-I.ae, !l m 0.., 1. - , days. XELSON—ltilli hi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Day and Night Daring' an acute attack of Bronchitis, a ceaseless tickling in tbe throat, and an exhausting, dry, hacking cough, afflict the cu-erer. Sleep is banished, and great prostration follows. This disease is also attended with Hoarseness, and sometimes Loss of Voice. It is liable to become chronic, involve tbe lungs, and terminate fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral affords speedy relief and cure in cases of Bronchitis. It controls the disposition to cough, aud induces refreshing sleep. I have been a practicing physician for twenty-four viur.i, and, for the past twelve, have sull- rid from annual attacks of Bronchiti-. After exhausting all the usual remedies Without Relief, I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It helped me immediately, and effected a speedy cure.—G.Stoveall,M.D.,C-rrollton,-liss. Ayer's Cherry IYctoral is decidedly the best remedy, wi.Uiu my knowledge, for chronic Bronchitis ami all lung diseases. — M. A. Rust, M. I)., Smith Paris, Me. I was attacked, last winter, wit...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
WANTED. / \NE OS TWo KooMS, with or without board, \ wfut h nentlen.jui; within twit minutes walk of Central n-jiiare. Must be pleasantly situated mid v. it ti al it im-di-ru eoB-f-Ml-MMM- 4NIM with full p irtieular**, '■»; mO, n Cambridge PMBM OllU-e. Attention, Steam Users! The exph'sinn at ibe Middlesex 1.1ea.-hery calls to mind The American Steam Boiler Insurance Co.. of \. Y. Cash C.pltml. SSOO.OOO, Insure*, agslnst 10.. of life and damage to projierty AT A VEKV L'.W RATE. All ill one Pollov. J. St. Clair Whittemore, Agpou. for* Cambriilgpo, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. EASTERN MARKET. . 471 MAN STREET. ■ This market has been t-stablishedl for many year.**, and -MM always had a reputation f&gt;&gt;r fair and honest dealing. Mk. G. G. PI'RDY, the present proprietor, w Ul endeavor, by i*?r--_-&gt;nal attention to business, to retain thi* reputation by ottering Beef, Lamb, Mutton, Poultry, AT BOSTON MARKET PRIOES* ALSO, Fresh, Sm.oketl and Salt Meats, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, —FOB— Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Mortgages Negotiated. Insurance Placed. T.ilH.^m "Hifl PEOPLES WISE, Prospect 1 (Ml TUESDAY, Feb. I.—PRANK A. HIL.., A. M., Master of tlie Knglii.li High School. Subject; "New Ekuland nun Days." THURSDAY, Feb. lO.—JAMES S. BARRKLL, Master of the Harvard Grammar School. Subject: "Ksminisi knees of a short Eluopkas TBI-'." TUESDAY, Feb. 15.—The ItEV. WM. H. THOMAS, D. I)., Pastor of the Harvard Street Methodist Episcopal Church. Subject: "Pbbson-L HkM IX ISCK.N'CKB OF IIEUOKS OF THI W_Vlt OF THI Kkbf.i.lioN." MONDAY, Fob. 81.—MISS SARAH C. FISHER. assisted by other popular artists. Vocal I.ID IJ.S.THU.-BNTAL CONCKKT. Hour, 7.45 o'clock. Doors open at 7.15. lyA'd HetttTtd Seats. Conrse Tickets, 75 cts. Single Tickets, 25 cts. Dm Jitate. The last Lecture of tlie present course will be given ON Tuesday Evening, Jan. 25, BY Alfred F. Holt, M. D., of this city.l . *...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
€a % tt— Jfor Sale. TO LET. IrtURXISHED ROOMS at 60 Market Street, ' . Cambridgeport. jan*—3w* TO Lb_T j a HOUSE of seven rooms. No 7 Pleasant ! Place. Apply to Gj'.okiik B. Moktox. 145 Broadway. |w* TO LET. ~ M House of 9 rooms, with bath room awl wash room. No. 10 Lawrence street; good vartl; cemented cellar; all in perfect re.iair; rent »2S per mouth. Apply to J.H.Webber, 683 -Main street. jam—tf FOR SALE. ANEW two story House of 10 roon.s, on Grigg street, arranged for two families aud basement store. ~800 feet uf land. Price, $2800. $11.00 can remain on mortgage at 0 per cent. Apply at t.7 Hancock street. _-jv_7—tf CHARLES E. HANCOCK" - Real Estate and Insurance, 593 1-2 MAIN ST-, Cambridgeport tar** Especial attention paid to collecting rents and care of Real Estate. jan6—ly J. WINNETT &amp; CO., Real Estate Agents, -. —AND AUCTIONEERS, Care of Estates a Specialty. 623 MAIN ST., Camb'port, 40 State St.. room 28, Boston. J. WINNETT. W. G. CUTTER JOHN MAHADY, REAL ESTATE...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
.Sfbools —Stusical. HT. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. FOB BOAEDEES AND DAT PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further information address, mother superior, Mt. St. Joseph's Acadexy ANNA M* McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge, MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE hat resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Cambridgeport. Fredßrick&amp;AnnaClark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany, and are prepared to receive pupils for I".traction in their NEW SYSTEM of PIANOFORTE PLAYING. This system, which was well received and extensively published in Berlin, greatly lightens labor for the pianist and student: promotes health and develops rapid control or nil artistic powers. Apply personally or by letter at 34 CLINTON STREET, CAMBRIDGEPORT. ■_BBH-MHu-riuN-B--i-B-ii-MMBHS-filfl mass. MaEa-H-BEI jftnanriaL The American Investment Co. Paid up Capital, $600,000; Surplus. 575.000. finer c...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
fegal _taiittm. Commissioner's Notice. Estatk of HravtY I. a vi«, l.te nf Cambridge, Is the County of MlddleMX, deceased, represented insolvent. rpHE mbscrlbcm having been appointed by the X Probate Conrt for said county coitimisrionert to receive and examine all claims nf creditoi. again-* tbe estate of the said Harvey Davit, hereby give notice, that six months from IMb day of January A. D., I8(i7, are allowed to creditors tn' present an. prove their claim, against .aid estate, and that they will meet to examine the claims of creditor, at tbe office of Leatidar M. Hannum Em., in that part of said Cambridge known as Camhridieport,on HATCHDAT, Fmm.iuv 12th. 11*7, on S-tubd-.y, Faakuaby 19th, IRKT. and On SATURDAY, P-880-JIT Hutu, If(.'7, at 10 o'clock, A. M., on each of taidday*. .labez A. Sawyer, \t_-l____i ,ioh» s. pollakd, f vs**sstmsmsm, Cambridge, January 22,1887. c.mm.a-f.ui, #f mmtmmsmmmmt. Midd__si-x,SB. PROBATK COURT. To tbe Helr.--.t-Law, next of Kin. and .11 other person*,...
Poetry. THE BELLS OF SHANDON. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Poetry. THE BELLS OF SHANDON. Amm\ ivoaUftettoa. I off. tk-ak of Tke Skaadoa bells, *WkM* soaada m wild would I* -ays of ekildkood ntag roaad ■/ cradle Tkatr smnM spells. Oa lh- I powUr, Wh*f»*er I waadar. Aad thus ftow tender, Sweat Cork of thee ; -ntk tfcy ban* Tbat sound so gpnid'en Tke pleasant waters Of Use rlT*r Lee. -*•»• beard bells eblari-g Fait many a clime la, TolUnf aoWhne In Ca-bedral sbrlne. , While at a (Ub ratf '_ Brass tongue. woaM ttbrate; Bat all their music Spoke naught like thine; For ■easory, dwelling Oaeaah proud .welling Of thy beflry, knelUng Its bold notes fno. Made tho boll* of Shaadon Weoad ter an, grand on The pleasant waters Of the rtTer Lee. I'tb hoard bells toUlng Old Adrlan't Mole In, Their thunder rolling Fraa the Vatican; And eyKbals glorious Swinging uproarious la the fergeoas turret. Of Motre Dame! Bat thy sooads were sweeter Than tho do-M of Peter Fling's e'er tho Tiber, Peallag solemnly. O, the bells of Shaadon Soand far aoato grand on The plao...
The Grateful Editor. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
The Grateful Editor. '•We wish to return our sincere thanks," says the editor an Idaho paper, "to the enterprising bnt misguided burglar who broke into oar residence night before last under the impression that he was cracking the crib of the druggist who live-; next door. He entered at a window and care. folly removed his boots, setting them down on the floor. "To this circumstance, and to the fact that we saw him come in, we are indebted to tbe first good pair of boots we have had in ten years. While he was ranTiir'T'Tif; tbe boose we quietly slipped out of bad aad exchanged oar old boots for his aad then went back to bed and fell asleep. How long be was in tbe house" we do not know, bat the presumption is that when be went away he took tbe old boots. They have been missing ever since, and there was nothing else to take."
Husband and Wife. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Husband and Wife. Preaerre sacredly the privacies of your boose, your marriage state aod your hearts. Let no father or mother, sister or brother, nor aay third person, ever presume to come between you two, or to share the Joy* or sorrows that belong to you alone, to yoa two. With God's help build your own quiet world, not allowing the dearest earthly friend to be confident of aught that concern* your domestic peace. Let Moments of alienation (if they occur) be healed and forgotten at once. Never—no. never—speak of it outside, but to each other confess, and all will come out right. Never let the morrow's sun find yi-u (till at variance. Renew or review the vow at all temptations—it will do you both good. And therefty your souls will grow together cemented in that love which is stronger than death, and you will become truly one. Thus do I pray for every married pair.— [A Wife of Forty Years.
Quaint Old Marriage Records. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Quaint Old Marriage Records. The world discourages, and rightly so, the marriage of December with M ly. and when Koch marriage.) took place in former times they were usually recorded io some such way as this: **2_d August (1782). At Bath, Captain Hamilton, aged 36, to Mn. Mudsoii, a lady of rani, and fortune, aged 85." We may And even a distance of eighty years between an old man and his bride. In February, 1"69, ••Robert Judge, Esq., of Cooksburgh, Ireland, aged 95, to Miss Annie Nugent, aged 15. He served in King William's wars, and received a ball in his nose.** Particulars ot height, a** well as of age, fortune, and length of courtship were often given: --December (1755). At York, Mr. Thomas, a grenadier in the Yorkshire Militia, six feet two Inches high, to Miss Hannah Tennick. of Clearlam, three feet two inches high, with a fortune of five thousand pounds." And oo April sth. 1785. at Ripley Church, Mr. Robert Long was married to Miss Reynard; between them there was disparity b...
No Woman [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
No Woman beaatiful witb a bvl skin, covered wit b pimples, freckle-, moth or lav. I bare been a.ked many Haas what will remove tbeee no.igbtly blemisbe*. Ne face peiate or powders will remove tbem, a they are canted by Impure blood. The only &gt;ure remedy I bare ever teen i. Sulphur Bitter., and iv baadrede ol caeee I never knew them lo tail. —In tbe de-criptioa of a rhinocero. it ii stated tbat be is a powerful beast, witb a mouth ranging lrom aa open valise to a candidate', .mile.
Consumption Cared. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Consumption Cared. Aa old pb_r.ic.aD, retired from practice, having bad placed in bis band, hy an East India uiimonary Ibe formula of a .impie vegetable remedy lor tbe ipsod/ and permanent care ol Con.umpiiun, Hteacbiti., catarrh, Ailbm. aod all Thrust and Lao* A-ectinoi, also a positive end radical core Mr Nervous Debility and all Nervuu. Complaint., after having te*-.red it. wooderlul caraiive power, ia tbeaesad. of case., bas felt it bi. duty to make it known to bii su-feribg fellow.. Actuated by tbi. motive and a desire to relieve buman .utferlbg I will send, Irae of cbarge, to all wbo desire it, tbi. recipe, io German, French or Eogli.b. witb lull directions lor preparing and u.iog. Sent by mail by eddrenieg witb .lamp, naming tbi. paper. W. A. Notes, 149 Power's Block, Rochester, N. Y.
The Railroad Traveller's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
The Railroad Traveller's Rights. A man named Myron T. Ely, according o the Chicago Herald, hag done tbe public ome service in compiling from court cporta a manual of the railway passenger's egal rights. Why, when and where may . passenger be ejected from a train is requently a perplexing question for conluctors, and the exercise of the right is ertainly humiliating to passengers. For instance, it is one thing to prevent a Irunken or disorderly person or a "bad haracter" from boarding a train, and quite nother to expel such a one after being awfully on board. But having lawfully allowed a drunken nan to get on board he cannot be expelled luring the journey unless he misbehaves. Then, too. a company may refuse to illow a passenger to board a train without i ticket, but if he succeeds in getting .board he cannot be expelled for want of a icket if he tenders the legal fare. But if you refuse to pay your fare and he train has been stopped for tbe purpose &gt;f putting you off. a ...
Old Men. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Old Men. Old men, you ought to be like autumn, like October in the year. It is not June, young and smiling, that is most beautiful, tender as it is; it is not wealth-producing July aud August: it Is not September even; it is October, when all the trees put on their beautiful garments as if they were going to the Lord's wedding, to death itself. The man tbat has gone through life, fought his battles, and accepted the resultg, and is' nearing his heavenly home, is conscious of biA rich** in the future and in hisl'od; and the old. of all the men in the world, ought to lie ashamed to sit with a haggard face, .-uiil iv a moping way say to (he children: "Ah! you will find that the world is not such a world as you think it is now; it is a sad world, my dear!" You lie! It is a glorious world ; and old age ought to he ashamed to mope heresy in the earn of the young. It is a world of strength: it is a world for achievement; it is a world where a man can prove himself a good soldier. An old ii...
How to Save Money. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
How to Save Money. Whererer yoa live, you should write to llslle-t &amp; Co., Portland, Maine, and learn about work tbat you can do while living at your own home at a profit of at les.t from $.'"- to $2o and upward. daily. Soue have made over $50 in a day. All i. new. Either .ex. All age.. Hallett &amp; Co, will .tail you. Capital not needed. All particulars free. Send along your address al opce aad all of the above will be proved to you. Nothing like it ever known lo workingmen. —An exchsnge religiously avers: "Show us a man that always keeps his subscription well paid up, and we will show you a man that will pick mu.ic from a barp in the eternal summer land ol song."