The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 206 pages of information about The Bay State Monthly Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885.

COOLIDGE HOUSE,

BOWDOIN SQUARE, BOSTON.

The Coolidge is a centrally-located, thoroughly quiet and comfortable Family Hotel, with rooms arranged in suites, consisting of Parlor, Bedroom, and Bath; having an elevator, and combining all the luxuries and conveniences of the larger hotels, with the quietness and retirement of a private house; affording most excellent accommodations at moderate charges.

COOLIDGE CAFE,

EXCLUSIVELY FOR GENTLEMEN.

Fitted up with the most complete and approved system of Broilers now in use, after the style of Spiers & Pond’s Celebrated London Chop-Houses, and those so desiring, can select a steak or chop and see the same cooked on “The Silver Grill.”

A Perfect Restaurant in Every Respect.

The Best Material, Cooking, and Service.

I.N.  ANDREWS & CO.

* * * * *

REMOVAL.

ARTHUR P. DODGE,

Attorney and Counsellor at Law,

NOTARY PUBLIC,

COMMISSIONER FOR NEW HAMPSHIRE,

Has removed his office from No. 23 COURT STREET to

31 Milk Street, Room 46, Boston, Mass.

Business Manager Bay State Monthly.

* * * * *

Life and Public Services of James G. Blaine, published at Augusta, Maine, his home.  By the renowned biographer and historian, Colonel Russell H. Conwell, whose Life of President Garfield outsold the twenty others by sixty thousand copies.  Mr. Blaine, his friends and his relatives co-operated with the publishers in order that the volume might be most complete and correct in all particulars.  The Augusta, Maine, edition is the standard Life of Blaine.  The people of this locality will directly be called on by the agent of the book; it is having a tremendous sale.

A Standard Volume.—­Col.  Russell H. Conwell’s admirable biography of James G. Blaine has just been issued from a large publishing house in Augusta, Maine, his home.  It is accepted as THE STANDARD work, and is thorough and complete.  Colonel Conwell is better fitted for writing such a book than any other man in America, and all his earnestness, knowledge, and ability, will be found in the volume.  Mr. Blaine, his relatives, and friends, co-operated with the author, and kindly gave him access to the fullest data and information.  It is a large, handsome, illustrated volume, and is sold at a remarkably low price.  An agent is now taking orders among the people of this locality.

* * * * *

HOBBS, GORDON & CO.’S

Concord Suspended Radial Drill,

[Illustration]

AND FULL SWING DRILL.

CONCORD, N.H.

* * * * *

Stanley & Usher,

  171 Devonshire St.
  Boston, Mass.

Copyrights
Project Gutenberg
The Bay State Monthly — Volume 2, No. 6, March, 1885 from Project Gutenberg. Public domain.
Follow Us on Facebook