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U. O. I. O. L. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
U. O. I. O. L. At tbe iv.-iil:ir Tn.-.-iiu_ &lt;«f I'ambrtflfce Lodge, N... I", of th.- raited ni-.1. r of n.l-l |. ;t .|i, .. !,. M la Sons ni Main •treet, hH evening* kl*oul Mtj members Ken present. A l'.ii&gt;i. for _-n. ral ttm wrtm ** ■ rontribntiofl from tbe M;i":i-luitii* Bible Society. f"i wliii Ii Th.- thank-- ..f ibe Loilge have been -.nt. Mr-. h"ann\ \. (tootlrieh. :t member* abm prev-entefj ■ lar_.- Mblr t-.i- th. altar. Tbe I.'.'!_.- i- -. ■■ tiring a'lli!i"ii- lo it- ltniiilM-r-hiip at i . erj meet ing.
Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Cambridge Temperance Reform Association. V.. .\ itli*T;iihli]i_ Ibr -r \. rir&gt; uf lhe w:ttli.r | I lit |" '&gt;['!- ;i--fiulil« 'I in L r, "»*|l\ ii it 1111 •* r-&gt; :it j Tempi* I fall m%rA Sawfall i \&lt; -?ii 11 _r - \l\&gt; r Ibr u»u;il \'ii:il Uktl -1.-\ &lt;.ti"ii:il . \. r- i-. -, .\lr. .(. Sf. Tun i-|iiin n -\ I- -I !•• Ibo. mil &lt;-» ih. |.n--i.|. Nt | ::it&lt;l iii:i-l&lt; ;i \&lt;\\ t-;, rin — T ;iln I jnij .j-f —i\ f r» in:* rk*. i MM] f'»ll'»\\ til li\ tin- -|it:ikiT i&gt;f !li&gt;- i\tnin_. j Bey. .Mr. I.:m- ■•! I.win. in Ml ilfc*- ] rtM.ll&gt;**. Mr. I.« vi*. i:it» weeretar) »l th* ;i--&gt;- -| "iation. in;nlf :i U-\\ Uriel remark-". At the «-!&lt;»-*■ lof tbe meeting l&gt;T. I.:in_ -;m_ ■•Winn i- ni\ \\ :iii« 1- riiiir boi tn-ni-.'lil ':" Ilu uh"l.- :iiitHt-iH-«-I j'»iniii'_ ii. Ibe i Im.iii-. Mi-. I-". A. All.ii urrive-l bumf Tuewbi ■ ...
Entertainment in aid of the Strikers. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Entertainment in aid of the Strikers. A dramatic ami musical ciitertiiiiiincnt of | unusual merit waagrrra in Aipiinas Hall, corner of Norfolk and Harvard street-. Thursday evening. Long Is-fore the time announced for the exert bis to comim-ucc. every -sat was lillcd and soon after-tan.ling room could Is- obtained only under trying .littioulti,-. N.,t withstanding th,- immense crowd, good onto was maintained the evening. jpaMy due to the j earnest endeavor- of an energetic committee of | th.- former employes „r the i ainbridge Railroad i ('v.. in wlio-a- U-hulf tin- entertaininciit was i given. The following is th,- programme: 1. Overture. I - '_'. Fatce, "I'l'.MH I Kl.TrV's Pit Nit ." By Ilickeus Hr.cinuii. Club, of Dostum last: Peter iHinduckeltv, . Win. P. Condon Charles Langdon, - F. W. Kennev Alphonsode c'eiit-nvtlh-, - lI.V. Armstrong A. B. Pl.-ccilo, - - Pitman Dinsinore 1-elitla, - . - Miss Kvelvn Iluftou Mrs. Moftit, - - Mrs. X. .1. Worthlngton ;:. "A cluster e.f remarks," ...
A Peculiar Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
A Peculiar Accident. On Wclin -da&gt; ol Ih, |.r.-. ut w,-,k we took a Western avenue ear tor 1!..-t..n. ju-t between-I ili.i'iy ami Windsor -it t-. Tbe car had moved ■ scarcely liv.- rod*before We m.-l an ouie-.,miiiL' ' Brighton car. and Just a- we met, both ears came ' toil full Stop. I'll,- |, ; ii-,.f. ail ali-hlcel and I linn apprart-d the sttanm- ranse for th.- inter-: riiptiott. It appeared that one of the h..rs,s attacked i" tile- eellle cclnino ,:,,- -|i|,|„s| ~|, the iceailtl together with hi- mute wen- all up in a heap against Ihe avenue car. 11..w best to release tlnni waatbel pr.-bl.-in. for th.-v were perched a- '■ «iiiigl\ aa ever a I.unci!.- wa- done up and tie.l hj a .hit trad. -man. After unlio .king the Iran - and pushing Ibe Brighton rar berk, riunmrnrfil tile proee-s of liliel. It was found nen-ssan lee saw offthe|mk*br-foie-an,thing t-oiil,l 1..- don,-, i m. of th.-ani-, 111.1 - W.l- I ll- 11 helpe 1 Up. b.ll ill,- ~|||.|- lll|e| lee be rolle.i over ou...
Vital, Matrimonial and Mortuary. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Vital, Matrimonial and Mortuary. Prom the eanvaas of btrtbs f.. r MM, we tin.l that . l.'otiare recorded against i.e...".1a 1885. District -.'. comprising w n_ _• and i, added B9 i.. th.- papula- : in ii. aittl liistrlc t .:, Ward .:, .'hi. 11,,. re.-l ..f the new c,eiucrs are credited tn l'i-:ri.t I. Ward 1. Ca|4d capture.l gM happy .-..uples BgabsstCM in IMS. there i- a marked fulling ~|f ol the deaths as shown b] the returns at city Hall as •-. riiparcel with ' 1-s.-.. lii that year l,::ll deaths were recorded ami 1.1. in Issi;. sh.wing » .liiTeieme of 1.1 |. r the lati.-r year.
Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Sunday Services. Finsi iiM-risr I'HiKe ii. Central Square, Bey .tain.-.- M.U'hinni.-.ii.i).. pastor.—PraaeUagat 10J8 A.M. San.lay Trbrni TTlth ilssiis f..r allagea, nt '-'•"' 1" M. Preaching at 7 90 P. M. fonng people's I meeting Monday at T.c. p. M. Prayer meeting \v. itneedai at :.|-. p. M. Mis-t.ev nr i in: Asckxsiox, .-..riier ..f Third ami Ih-.in lik.- -ireeis. Past Cambridge.— Morning J service, n. Eveaiag service at 7..in. Sob i 11-Av i:xi i l'M\ Klis.vi.isr Cm lv ll—Kev. l. \V Hi.ldle-, ;.ast .r. Services, MUD A. M. and 71' M. Sunday Sbhuol, 12.1S P. M. ll.VKVvui. Si. M. X. (11l 11. ii. Key. W. H. Thomas, pastor.— Preaching at It JO A. M . sund.iv school at .' ::u p. M. Prayer meeting at 7.:.n P. M. Weekly prayer Kriday, al 7.1.'. P. M. Kii.si Parish Chi urn, corner ol Korth avenue ami ihiir I, streest—Rev. Edward 11. Halt, pastor. Sesrvires, lii.ai. A. M_. Sabbath Scbool, M. Si. .1 v Mis', Cm ac v. H, h Street. Norlh Cauibridge. Key. Edward Abbott, Beetor.—B&lt;srvi...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
I.M&gt;II -. are You in m ~| of :l c|li|o|ee,,|i-t * |l,e you wish to have your finger nail- tnanb-ured? If so, vfc.it l&gt;r. P. Xt NMsi,s«t in \\ otliie. N... lo Temple I'ia. • . le.-t..n. over 11. 11. Steams ,v I". Tak. i'levator, ni.l ..tlie. -aim- a- before, at SC I-.
Married. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Married. ALLEN SCIIAKKXKK-lu li.-ion. gsth ult. by 1t.,. I . IT. Ilul.ile, I). I)., .Mr. Charles A. Allen of M ill.-n 1.. Miss Sarah E. Schall'iicr .-f BcatOß, lIVKNK ('.Mi11.1.-lu S.mervill,-, l'l-i nit ,hv Hey. .hiiiies I. T. Kelly, Mr. Joseph S.Brrneof this citj ie- .Miss-Sarah i. iiihill ..i 'Somervllle. Mt'ltl'in O'CONNOR- In Socue-rvill,-, tail, ult.. bi Rev. Chris. X. McGralh, Mr. UemdaMarphv ol tlii.- e-ity 1.. Mi-s Kate- u'Conitorof S.eiiierville.' RUSH liiiN"\ AN -In this i-ilv, :'sth nil. hv Key. W. i.'. Richmond, .Mr. Albert 11. ltiish to .Miss Mary A. Donovan, both of this city.
Died. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Died. APPLETON—In this ,-ity. 2tth alt., Annie G., ■ IrtUKletcr e.t'lliarlt-- F. an.l Annie A Ap|.lele.|i. 6 &gt;. arc*. M month:*, !l clays. m'RKK-'.'.'ih uli.. .i.tlni. ■ .11 ..I n.uiici aad Mary linrk.', _' &gt;.■ us, 2 u,.,iitli-.. HAULS- .--tie uli., Alexander, sou of Desire ami Marieeie llaleiti, .- , ears. kai.i am -ad mat., Alexander Balla_,7s year*. BAKKINGTOM -is; inst.. ihail,- H. Hairingtoa, :;_' v.-ars, II aartrtlir. 3 daya. CRITCHETT—2ith uli., Charles 11. Crit.-li.it. 7.' years, 9 mouths, I days. CASEY—.'TiII ult., •I.dm M., &lt;joa of Michael and ISri.lir.t-t I'asey, 1.1 years. GILBERT—Hh Inat- Annie E.,dauiiUier t.r William !■'. anil .lane M. Gil been. 8 years,:; Manilla, 23dja. 1111.1.-.1.1 Inst.. Iluniiah 11.. Hiihiw of Nathaniel Hill, si; years. I mouth. HATCH—Ist inn!., William R.. son of William .1. Ilale-li, J uueiilhs, 9 days. MAURIS-'.'Till ult, Augusta, widowr of The mas Harris, t'.lt years, A iiu.ntlis, 11 clays. X 1 1, l.ill'ltl I ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Day and Night During an acute attack of Bronchitis, a ceaseless tickling in the throat, and an exhausting, dry. hacking, cough, afflict the sufferer, sle, pis baiii-hcel, ami great prostration fofiou *. This disease is also attended with Hoarseness, and sometimes Loss of Voice. It is liable to become chronic, involve the lunigs, and terminate fatally. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral affords npcedy relief and cure In cases of Bronchitis. It controto the di.-po-itie,n to cough, and induces refreshing sleep. I have- 1,, e-n a practicing physician for twenty-four years, ami, for the pa-t twelve, have imßered from annual attacks of Bronchitis. After exhausting all tho usual remedies Without Relief, I tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. It helped me immediately, and effected a speedy cure.—-U.Slov di11..M.1 &gt;..(arrollton,.Miss. Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is decidedly the best remedy, within my knowledge, for chronic bronchitis,ami all lung diseases. — M. A.Kust, M. D., South Paris, Mc I waa attac...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Mind Over Matter! MRS- DR. E. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport Mass. The Doctor Possest.cs the (ilfl t»f Healing the ' Worst Ciisc* of Ptßaaat Without one Particle of Mcl Id lit*. A had case of t\,.e years' deafßeej eeiiu|.let el V L .-lire el hy oi urstf ..f trealiiieul six m&gt;&gt;i,tlis* nraami the- bearing -till retnalas perfect. I shall h,- bappjt lo HIV'- tie facts ill this .Use lee all ulece may wish in I be healed of aav dtfleasa, aad will call aponme.-— Mrs. .lohn 11. William-. No. Is Mt Auburn Street, Cambridge, Mass. I'll Ber-elllil if ll proper .leii.-a. y ot feeling ecu lhe part of patients. 1 am enable to give names and fa.-is i.uuii.-lv "I many bad eases of female dlffienltie-. ,ii..t | n g menial trouhles, and both ncnte and chronic , a,-es ol huautly. vli meh Information, however, «iil he freely giTen nt n Mi,-,-. Tl, e ioilo«iii|i diseases have all been successfully treated: liron. Inn... Mental Troubles, lirst...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, -Fuljlaiubridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. Houses For Sale. Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale in iik-.ll.ai:i.i: I.IM VIITIKs. TO Lo4\. tJKI KIIAI. THOUSAND llOl.l.AHS.eiitirs! m.trtt7 GEOBOE WT. Ii.M.E, ;-i(". Main Slret-l, I'liiiil.ritJyeitorl. WANTED. »S AMATKt'U I'I'.INTEH 1., do printing at * \ lionie, stock furniplieel. Must have uce.„i press mill ty|.i.. Atlilr,ss f„ r particulars D. A. EL Pbeks Oll'li X. WANTED. / &lt; OOD CASK SKATKHS. Applj 1.. F. M. Kai,,\. \ I '■'■'•il-, Broadway, Cambrldgaport. f^lilii-iiw* W." B. McKEEN, FIHIIIIIVIIiIt 11111 l MESSEK. 564 _aiu Street. Cambridgeport. Ladles* at.■! ri.il.lran's Hair Cutting and Shampooing deem- wiil, tin. greatest e.f skill. COMER'S Commercial College Oldest and Most Successful in America. Tbe course &lt;&gt;( mu&lt;!&gt; i-&lt; Etectire, ami Embraces Book-keeping P»amtn»hlp, Cor**or*poa-il«_tce, &lt;'&l...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Co £ct —/or Salt. TO KENT. NICK. NEW and convenient apartmentSt-or single houses of fr-.m 4to S ronnss each. Rent 513 to |3B per month. Keady March Ut and April Ist. Apply at No. 5 Kiver s reer febpi-tt For Sale at a^Bargalrir MA valuable House, with 300.) feet of land, three minutes' walk from Harvard College, in a q\riet neighborhofd. All modern improvements, and in thorough condition. First class furnace, ci-stly chandeliers, and is well adapted for a respectable privati: family: was built by one the best builders in Cambridge. $1,500 can" remain on mortgage at ."» per cent. Apply to JOHN LENNOX, 149 I'eati St., Cambridgeport. jan2!Mf TO LET. JmL House of., rooms, with hath room ami oath i;"H room. No. In Lawrence street: good yard: ■*na__a. cemented cellar; all in perfect repair:* rent VS&amp;per month. Aj-plv t&lt;» -J. 11. Webl er. 683 Main M-reet. _ janl—tf ST. GEORVE. HALL, f_f_*_ &gt;IAIX STRKtT.toletforDaneeeJKafcer\9\J*J t;,inmenis, lodge meetings,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Schools Musical. ARCHIBALD J. HOUGHTON, Certificated Sen. Div. Trinity College, London: Sen. Div. i,: - bis* H&lt;iii.,rs .Viu-uml International College, s.onui.ii; ;iis., S.M-iety of Arts. I.ouilmii, two certiticates, and other Uu-tfmonliila ie mien to re.-ei\e PUPILS FOR PIANO AND THEORY. Apply by letter, Archibald J. Houghton, 218 Harrison Ave., Boston. Wt. ST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - - MASS. FOE BOARDERS AND DAY PUPILS, REOPENED MONDAY, September 6th. For prospectus and further information address. MOTHER SI I'ERIOR, Mr. Sr. .IcisKi-n's Ac.wh.my ANNA M McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE FIAXOFOIiTIC 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHES OF pia;x &lt;&gt;i^&lt;&gt;i* r ri: has resumed her ini*i ructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., (amb.-itlgeporl. Frederick&amp; Anna Glark-Steiniger Have recently arrived from Ijerliu, Gerznftoy, ami art. prepared to receive pupils f«ir \ t-iruciinn in their SEW SY.sI'KM nf i*I...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
gegal Jlotius. Commonwealth uf Massachusetts. Middlesex, ss. FKOBATE COCKT. To all iters.ms iiiteresie.l in the estate under tbe will of Mercy itii MAiiiisoN.lateof Cambridge, in i-ai.l Counly, eleceaseei, testate, given in trust for tlio LiencMt of Charles E. hiciiardson and others. -, . - i, 1.,,,. . . , Ohektino: 11 HtlitAh, (.iiiiii.E X. Hkhariison. the trus--11 tee under said will, has presented for allowance the tirm account of his trusteeship; Tea are hereby cited to npi&gt;ear al a l'mbate Court to be liolden at Cambridge, fa «y,| County, ou the fourth Tuesday ol Vliinli iu.iai.t, al nine o'clock in the foren.coie.rfo show cause, if miiv you have, why the same si.oiilti i „t he allowed. And said Trastaa is ordered to serve this citation hy UabltsUlig the same ouic a week, in the Cambridge I'ieKs,:i newspaper printed al Cambridge, tlnee weeks successively, ihe last publication to be two days, at least, before said Court. Witness, Ghaoaua at. Buoosa, Ksquire. Judge ol ...
Poetry. THE OLD MAN'S DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Poetry. THE OLD MAN'S DREAM. O, for one hour of youthful joy! Give back niy twentieth spring! I'd rather laugh a bright-haired K-v! Than reign a gray-haired king. Off with the wrinkled spoils of age : Away with learning's crown; Tear out life's wisdom-written page And cast iv trophies down. One moment let my life blood stream From boyhood's fount of fame. Give nic one giddy, reeling dream Of life and hive and fame. My listening angel heard the prayer. And, calmly smiling, said: "If I but touch thy silvered hair Thy hasty wish had sped. "But is there nothing in the iiark To bid ihee fondly stay. While the swift seasons hurry back To find the wished-for d.*y '.'" Ah, truest s.uil of woman kind. Without thee what were life? *.)ne bliss I cannot leave behind - I*ll take my precious wife. The angel tMft a sapphire fWa\ And wrote in a rainbow hue, ''The man would be a buy a^ain. And be a husband too." "And is there nothing yet unsaid, Before the change appears. Rememlier all thy sifts hav...
Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Miscellaneous Items. —A scientist after a careful analy.-is ul the impressions made upon the retina Indifferent degrees of light, concludes that both white and black are colors, and both should have a proper place upon the chromatic scale. —The volume of gases varies inversely as the presure. As the pressure of the ulaw ribere at the sea-level is about tifte'ii pounds to the square inch, an additional pressure of fifteen pounds upon any gas will reduce its volume one-half. —The most extreme cold in North America has been observed in the interior of Canada and the section known as the British Possessions. In Pembroke the mercury has been known to fall as low as 43*-', and and at Kort Reliance, a temperature of t'.'.rhas been observed. —M. Duclaux has studied the intlu.-nce Of sunlight on the vitality of microt oeci. A few hours' exposure to the Miulight weakened the pathogenic micoeocci. anil Anally killed them. The inference i- tha: sunlight is a universal hygienic agent, cue that i...
Cured of Pleurisy. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
Cured of Pleurisy. .lames J. t iallaL'lier. aicj Ninth -treat. Rrooklyn. -a\- : "An application of one cef I'omerolr's I'etroline I'l.i-ter- taire.! mc iathtlj in a !• *e hour-. I eoii-i.!. r th. in tie niu-t Hoinlerful of reineilii-." Sold hv druggiM* ami HuiTi I:. (Jr.iv. I aiiihritl_-i past.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 March 1887
"l&gt;ear Pupil.—Your th. in. - art good. You eaa &gt;ro to the eles il.'"an.| faii.i. .11.. 1..,. Ie had time toTiirn the leaf of the tetter aver, an-i read **Oplllellt.** Wllieil •■ellllei. T,-.| (ll- -e llfc-U.-e .11 t!|,Otll. !' siele. —Koii-. i'ini|.i.-s. lii'.e-s. riu_-\\ .eriii. t-rr. i ami all cither nianift-tatioii- e,f impure 1,1 1 are e-lireel t.\ ll&lt;ee,.j'. &gt;a rsa pa ri 1 la. —AII Illfe.r- ell Ac lie), lit. "V•-."-i . I I' ' I M reeeiit witiow --\\. ni.-\ e [-■. unfe.rt iinat'-. !'■"■! John w ,i- e.ut of v c.rk for a bag time, aii'l w li*n he ol.taine.l a j..1, he- ,|i.-,|." -What job 'ii'l he e.'et'-" -he wa- a-k-'i. "lb- join...| a . ir-11-. ale! not *'-." a wv.-k f-.r puttiui' hi- bead in th.- lioirluoiith twice a week. That'- ail he bad lo '!'e. It -.-.in- har'l that Ie- -1.e.ti1.l ha\.- ilie.l." -\\ hat ill.l In tlie of:-" --Th. iioii hit hi- In a.I ..tl'." "Why -it .|..iilil,e| aa like' an oW man. nn lag : What'- rhraaartfaas! ...