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Poetry. EASTER HYMNS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Poetry. EASTER HYMNS. Xotrtals, awake! with angels join. And chant the solemn lay; Joy. lore, and gratitude combine To hall the auspicious day. Imheaven ibe rapturous song began, Aad sweet seraphic flra Through all the shining legions ran, And strung and tuned the lyre. Swift through the vast expanse It flew, And load tbe echo rolled; The theme, the song, tbe joy, was new, 'Twaa more than heaven could hold. Down through the portals of the sky Th' Impetuous torrent ran; And angels flew, with eager joy. To bear the news to man. Hail, Prince of Life! forever hail. Redeemer, brother, Friend! Though earth and tine and life should fail, Thy praise shall never end. Samuel Mkm.ky.

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A BILL OF FARE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

A BILL OF FARE. I pity the man tUat It* not blet-t With ft large ami well fllle-1 money cliest, Eapecially if that man depend** Upon bis means to meet both ends. I never waa a greedy elf. Nor spent my income o"n myself. The fact is, I've got seven mouths more. Besides my own to provide fur. The clothing part my wife sets to, That being more tlian I MM do. As it takes all that 1 can rake Together for our E.toma**h'B t-ake. Some folks around presume to -ive Their moth' -di* showing Low to live, And tell us that we ought, and can Live on a money s.iviug plan. One took tbe trouble to prepare Her economic hill of fare, Tbe same 1 send, if you see tit Of coarse you ran publish it. Monday bave a garnish d dish Made up from Sunday's hems anil rish, Tuesd it by way of someLhiug newBeans and pork or cods head stt-w. Wednesdaj cban; |t.be diet code. Have salt tish soup made a-la-nio-le. Thursday If within your weans, Cook a mess of perk and beans. Friday being Usb-d-iy buy Enough Hsb-scraps t-...

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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Miscellaneous Items. —The man iv love with himself never has a rival. —Nature has given us two ears and hut one tongue, in order that we may repeat but one-half n e hear. —An exchange says that the dude is disappearing. We suppose that his winter clothes are wearing out. —There's a difference in men. Some think twice before marri ing. and some marry twice before thinking. —A Church advertises "pig parties." They have them here, where pigs go anil eat four dollars'worth aud pay ten cent*. —"Pa, why is a girl called a belle';' asked Clara. "Oh, I guess it is because of her tongue." uufeelingly replied the old man. —Fall fashions have nut changed materially with the paragraphias. Tlie old banana peel does the business. —Some one says it is the hill which produces the echo. Aud h>-re we have lived all these years thinking it was the holler. — "She—"And do you love me, George?" He (a medical student) —"Yes. from at* Sixth rib." She—"Sir:" He—"l mean, my dear, from the bottom o...

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Important to All [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Important to All who an- wiliifi.- ft* (rata far flu- n-'vinl mt -ih--i-es.. Ilall.-tt ,v i -~. I'.rtl-in 1. Maim-, will mail you. fn-e. full farfkramr* ahuiit work thai ritbef •ex. or uM. ran do. at a pruttl uf from ».'i to W- per day. ami tipward*. ami li\e at home, wherever tli.-y an- loi-af.-d. All.-an .li.tlie wi.rk. ('apital not r.-i|iiir.--l: iliili.-ir .v < ... wiil stall you. limiid MH-i-e** ali*ulut.-K -ur.-. Writ.- al one.- ami *.-.-. —--'rhere is a |M,*r-«»rti<-»- in r.-nn*\ l\ ania know n a- "l'r.-*i.|.-iit." I'r.-i.1.-iit fi.-i.-hml re-i-eived a lett'-r a.l-lr -la- f-.ttow-: -Hi- K\ eellem-y Hull. I.ru.er 1 1.-\ •- ialnl. l'r.-*iilelil." Tbe letter had l»in forwarded from a*****adtSt, Pa., and was inilor-.'l: "Nut here at present: try Washington." Mr. I,'levelanil wa- tntiiii amuiaed hy th.- im-i.|eiit. —If you have a cold, rough, hroneliiti*, ur any funn of throat ur lung di***a*e, dv nul neglect it. Aver* I berry lYetural. if **j*j**i|s|li taken...

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Sherman in Birmingham. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Sherman in Birmingham. It was my good fortune to be in Binning- : ham when Senator Sherman wag there, and to listen to his admirable speech. The Opera House was crowded unit ihe speaker heartily applauded. I wish that the speech could have been reported verbal im and printed in every .Southern newspaper. It was as admirable as lhat of Henry Grady, and one of the most generous utterances from Northern lips since the memorable declaration of President Lincoln and General Grant..which have already passed into history. 1 hud never thought of John Sherman as an orator, but such he certainly is, and Ohio and the country have reason to be proud of him. What raised ' him, iv my estimation, was the fact that no possible reference was made to the | event of the morning, and no word spoken which was capable of being construed as being inspired by that occuirence. It showed the bigness of the man. aud the fact that he regarded tlie indignity put upan him by the keeper of the Florence Hotel, as ...

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A Generous Firm. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

A Generous Firm. We are informed that the proprietors, Messrs. A. I', ordwuy Jfc Co., recently sent three dozen of their reliable medicine. Sulphur Bitters, to tin- Catholic Home for the Aged, which i* highly appreciated by the directors and inmates. "As ye sow. so shall ye reap."— Kditur Catholic I',, i*,tt.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

—A remarkable boycott i* in progress in (Jalve*ton. A female compositor of that city, 1 member of the printer*" union, married a nonunion compositor, and then tried to get him to join the order. He refused, and the union voted a boycott ill which the wife participated, having left her hu*liand and begun proceedings for a divorce.

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Cured of Inflammatory Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Cured of Inflammatory Rheumatism. K. .1. Hazard, N. Y.. m*s : "I eoaH obtain no rettef until I Hppliiil one of your retrolinc Pmstets whirli eaeeted a eamaiets cure." Sold by driiL'i.'i-t 1 ' ami II. H. Qrejr, < mabridgeport. —'('an'l eat a tiling." Hood'.- Sar>.iparilla is a w.iinltrfiil liiiMliciiii' for ercnttsn; un apix'tit)-. Rtentatins digestion, and giving strength. —A ragaboad of s feSow in aaaassa, (ia., found guilty of gross inirliM t sad ill treatment of Ms famPr. am natnordered l>y las eourt to In- sold to tlir liifili.-t bidder, for a lena-acf »<■ vinty-livc darn. .

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AN ANSWER DEMANDED. Is There a Hidden Cause for Most Suffering A Careful ... [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

AN ANSWER DEMANDED. Is There a Hidden Cause for Most Suffering A Careful ... The inhabitants of Bop ton and New England have been considerably awakened the past week onr some irnpo t mt facts which have come out in articles 111 the papers as to the real cause of most modern diseases. Every one has known that thi r.; has been some mysterious cause for unexplained suffering, that even the doc-tors could not account for. A hidden disease has been shown lo be the real cause of most so-called pneumonia, convulsous. apoplexy, etc. If this is t rue, it is ot the greatest importance that we understand it thoroughly. With this end in iview, a representative .of this paiK'i- lias collects laets from various s sources v.iiien are given ;.ierewith: / Dr.J.il. Cutler, who ' -csides at -I) Popiar St., *:.uid: "l have, in com- " -non with all physicians, observed the alarming increase of kidney diseases leading to that fearful scourge, Bright's disease, and have been constantly seeking for the pro...

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Back Numbers of Boyhood's Days. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Back Numbers of Boyhood's Days. A cheap sort of a liar gave a lecture in Boston not long since on the withering ravages dyspepsia is making among the American people, and recommending to the victims of this distressing complaint the exclusive diet of barley bread. This diaDolical suggestion brings to me loathing remembrances of that detestable fodder which my dear old mother forced me to eat when a boy, and, when I so longed for pies and "puddens with raisens in em.'' If I should live as long as Noah did, I shall never forget the last piece of barley bread I ate. It was a hot August day—ah, well do I remember it; it was the day old Sarah Gray was buried. She died of consumption — the old-time consumption, so called. She was an old maid, singularly ill looking, very kind hearted and fearfully slow in everything she did. She was sick twenty years and commenced dying about the first of April, and didn't get through till the corn haired out. Well, this day my brother Ran aud I were in a...

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How to Gain Flesh and Strength. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

How to Gain Flesh and Strength. I'se after each meal Scott's Emulsion; it is as palatable as milk nnd easily digested. Delicate people improve rapidly with its use. For Consumption. Throat affections and Bronchitis it is unequalled. Dr. Thos Pkim, Ala., says: "I used Scott's Emulsion on a child eight months old: he srained four pounds iv a month."

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

.-■AtFS HONEY is the l-cst Couch Cure, 25, 50c, $L CLESN'i fULPH'JR SOAP heals and beautifies, 25c UERMAN COHN REMOVER sills Cms & Bunions 25c HILL'S HAIR A WHISKER DYE-Blaclc & Brown, 50c PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minule, 25c DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS are a sure cure, 50c —The annual accounts are coming from Dakota of the snowballs, some of the size of apples, others as large as peek measures, that cover the prairies there. These halls are rolled by the wind, and there are thousands of them.

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

■•I ■H I I ill] | M»J |\^J IQ Vjhe Best and Purest Medicineg EVER MADE. II the Unmorfrom your ■ system, and make your t-LinUl to and Bm««>th. Thos*e|W ** '>, and Blotches||| % **•/* 4>!WwhVh mar your beautym *# 4 7XIM caused hv ImpureM I %./*/. ** *% and can 1-eBI . / ,' r ' f . T v % %,'<** e S3.^Ltin»- lf >'" v art 111 H !l'*J?*»v" >** > >.**« \\ n BM ,f> •V J % , 'A •'_ rj J r. J ♦ ** "r/ BM a| s»ita«\v \\\B Hnnall^nlyatea^^*/ v v, (*.*<> ■ spoonful. •%. ■% °\ ■ . I IbNt and chfsaptwt^-sV"•. aVVvfj ■ medicine. Try ft, •iiiV'xV/ I ■ rod will tie Kitlslled. °fjt Ss7-\u ■ UetUuf yoiix Di-xgglsts B Do»*r Wait. Gbt it at ** a* H I If Ton are sufleiinc from • 111 \W ncr Illnue, and wiah to live to*av KM ■ obi age, ase SI'LPIH'I. BirrEKsTV 111 ■ Tbey nerer fall to care. 111 Bortca.ftut. for be*t mwtVcalwoA publl*l»*dF

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

BAILEY & EANKIN Successors to CHIPMAN'S SONS & 00. ■ This is not an instalment store, but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but But we will sell to reliable parties, Carpets at tbe Lowest Oash Prices, by paying a part down, and the balance by the week or month. All of the instalment stores charge 20 to 2"> per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell onr goods to all at the same price. This is the only Exclusive Carpet Store in Boston that has ever made this offer. Oor. Court aud Hanover Streets, BOSTON. Mind Over Matter! MES- DE. E. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Lambridgeport Mass A Young Man Tiikfn out of Dan vera Insane Asylum. 1 was i-Hlled to visit a MM in I>anvei> A-yluia uhii ua> iMiisitiereU b.»i-t*i*r*!-sl> iusaue, and to in id the MM a bad une. fear of betn-j mvirdered by Ntal one else he arM seeking opix-rtu-aWH ti. lake his own life. 1 w:ts t »'»1 by physicians...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

jfnsuratut. Five Dollars Will Insure against o c i r> Jb; :n r .r. $5,000 in Case of Death. •25 Weekly Indemnity. Fur all information call unon J. ST. CLAIR MiUTTEMORE, lIN SS Ij «, A IS O X, 613 MADT ST., - Over Post Office. 11. BIRD & CO., j Insurance, ! No. 559 MAIN STREET. { Royal 'Insurance Co., Liverpool. 1 Largest asset, or any Company In the United State. 1 London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. other Insurance ■ Companies represented. 1 1864. 1887, M The Ola and Reliable in- ; surance Agency." W. B. Hastings & Co. ! Insurance ipts, j No. 89 Cambridge Street, Kast Cambridge. | Vk\ 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston ;-ir~'Office hour, iv Boston from 1 to 3 P. M. > OKDKRS SENT BY JIAIL I'R'IMP rLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore 1 B. lIHTISOH. 1. W. HA.IISOI MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Co...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

MAKES M || Short Hours PcaruNE For Won T ths bestasd safest Wash- /Mk _^ ing Compound known. F», 9 VJ Used As Directed >7?WK. it prodnces better remits ""-' alWhm with a greater saving of PS^^F T;m» and Labor AC*»rrJ$aY> ia Wrjhing sr.d Home- (Ty i BlVi cleaaiag, than anything Jv^^^Sbs yst inTsntfra. o<E35B Wash yon: D^'r.es,Glass- i le^wBi ware,Windows, Cnrtaiss, •mllHni Jewelry, Siiyer, in fact ¥ IJfiP ererything, with it Try itfBie* it in tbs Bath,and note iuSnperioritTOTer8oap 0N% 0'CJ$9£MJ& laSSS-Mm-IS PEARUNEWDIT JAMKS mjt. New York. Dead Animals! faf-The mud ffl<-ll ietai A»«*ciRii«u will remove all tlead burse*aud cuttle promptly ami without expense. Order* sent to the Krifliita A baitoir, Brighton, either by telegraph, telephone or mail, at the expense of the Association, will receive Immediate attention. T« leash • He Pirn. 74JO. JAMES M. PRICE & 801V, — DEALERS IX— Stoves aud ltuiigret?, Zinc, sheet Lead ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

Groceries, tit. = (!. E. BAItTON, 280 Broadway, cor. Elm St. lias a Large Assortment of Tin, Glass & Crockery WARE, Which he is Selling at BOSTON PBIOES. A Large Stock of FAMILY GROCERIES. Water Pails. 10 cents. Tumblers, 30 cts. dozen. G. E. BARTON, Oor. Broadway and Elm St., Oambridgeport (Raweir* New Block.) Medford St. Market MedTord St., Somervllle. Keep constantly on band choice assortments of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail. Chas. H. North & Co. CURERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJV and SOJOERVMEEE O.H.NOKTH, I. H.SKILTOD Plumbing anb (fas -fitting LEVI HAWEES Sanitary Work a Specialty 599 MAIS' BT-, Cambridgeport. LKTI HAWKKB. JOBS CRAWFORD JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBER & GAS FITTER, 09 CAMBRIDGE STKEET, East Cambridge. (Residence, JTo. 112 Gore Street.) All order, by mall or otherwlae promptly attended to. REMOVAL. T. W. HALEY, .'Formerly with Brock Bros.) Plumbing and Sanitary Ventilation, Has removed to No...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

CatarrH elys cream balm WgJftM c*e a"s e s the ■M^.*T*rv K Hr I Hea(L A**a y s P*^ c *£lj inflamm a t i on. JF*J Heals the Sores. Br"* / Restores the Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing-. "'■'*' l A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A rsrtli-le i. applied Info each noatrel and U aureeiible. Price 50 ceuta at Druggists; by mill, registered, 00 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS.. Owego, X. V. *|frt'lTTlTT to be "sate. Cut tlils;out and return llfl I I 111 L V'" us "'"' W6 wl " S( -'" d >'°" free - some11l I I 111 11 I il'liigofitre.t value and importance 111 I I I '" rem, that will start you tn business *'****« ■*-« ■». which will bring you In more money riirlit away than anything- else In tills world. Any one can ilu Ihe work and live at l-.oint'. Either sex; all ages. Sunii-thliij' new. that Just coins money for all worker.. We will start you; capital not needed. Till. Is one of the genuine. Important chai.ces or a lifetime. Those who are ambitious and enterprising will n...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

SPRINGER BROTHERS, Retail Cloak Department, CHAViWY STREET, ESSEX STREET and HARRISON AVENUE. /*^ s **«u-^-£'^-^ ta^&r<A<rf V —"V. n BOSTON MA^jMmMM A TV.T-. OJb'Jr'JJT?. I WOUNHEARD OF BARGAINS in all kinds of Useful HOUSEHOLD GOODS. Sold for CASS err on INSTjLCMEKTS. Wo trill Bell $100 Worth of Goode forslo Down and $10 per Month, or $50 trorth for $S Down and $$ per Month. GOODSDET.TTERED VUF.Etoall DEPOTS tn Me., X IT., Matt., It. J., * Conn. Parlor, Her, Mi Soon ai Men FDritoi; MATTRESSES & PILLOWS, STOVES & RANGES, Carpets, Crockery, Glass Ware, &c, in Endless Tariety. PARLOR FURNITURE. CHAMBER FURNITURE. AHairClOthParlor Suite At P ric«.th.tMniretomov«th.r>OsUln*l«my. , , , . , ~ ~ _.. v i As. W» h»ve asserted before, w« an n~—»* to of seven piece, complete, emulating of two-part back Tv . n ».»_.«. .. _. .„,,. „ 1 ™»„ sofa, Lmi-e Oenls arm chair, Ladies patent noiseless J-EAD. w « have a full-si...

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