The Worcester Directory (Google eBook)

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H.J. Howland, 1871 - Worcester (Mass.)
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Page 49 - ... real and personal property to an amount not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars...
Page 16 - COOK'S FAVORITE, As can be proved by the many thousands of testimonials received.
Page 300 - Massachusetts have ratified it and the congress has given its consent. Any state not mentioned in this article which is contiguous with any member state may become a party to this compact.
Page 66 - COCOA. The very agreeable character of this preparation has rendered it a general favorite wherever it has been introduced.
Page 66 - ... the strength of both mother and child. The superior quality of this article has induced others to attempt to imitate it, and the public are cautioned to beware of any other than the genuine Preston's Breakfast Cocoa, As there can be no other like it, the trade mark of which is secured by Copyright. It is easily prepared for the table, and should be kept on hand by every family for ready use. It is neatly put up in pound and half-pound packages, with directions for use on each package, and sold...
Page 50 - rescue from evil and misery such children as are deprived of their natural parents," and provides for them a home, until new homes are found for them in suitable families. Donations of money or provisions always thankfully received, and judiciously used.
Page 46 - The object of the Institute is to furnish a training school for young men of moderate means, or even without means, in which they can receive an education, not only in the branches usually taught in high schools and academies, but combining with these a practical education in the mechanical and scientific trade».
Page 6 - WIRE RODS of all grades; ROUND IRON, Rivet quality, 3-16 in. to 1-2 in. Plain and Patent Galvanized Telegraph Wire. Market and Stone Wire, Annealed fence and Grape Wire, in...
Page 48 - The society has nearly 25 acres of land on Highland street, west of the Court House, for the accommodation of its annual exhibitions, on which a spacious hall has been erected, and a half-mile trotting park laid out. Notwithstanding the great multiplication of local agricultural societies...
Page 48 - Notwithstanding the great multiplication of local agricultural societies and exhibitions, (or perhaps as a consequence of such increase,) the annual exhibitions of this time-honored Society have of late been greatly improved, both in the variety and the excellence of the contributions.

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