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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
THE QUALITY OF GOODS SHOULD BE CONSIDERED IN PURCHASING, But unfortunately low prices, without any regard to durability, appear to catch the public. A long experience in business proves to us that flr-t class good* pay both the dealer and purchaser. OUR «I*O,I IV O STOCK Of Furniture and Carpets Is now complete and we are offering FIRST GLASS GOODS Of the leading manufacturers at prices lower than ever before. A Choice Stock of PABLOB, LIBBARY, CHAMBER and DDfIWCr-BOOM FUBHITTJRE in Mahogany, Antique Oak, Cherry and Blaok Walnutj WILTOH, VELVET, BRUBSELS, TAPEBTBT and WOOLEH OABPETS; OIL CLOTHS and STBAW MATTDfG, ABT SQUARES, BUGS and MATB. CASH 0B PABTIAL PAYMENTS. Walbridge Brothers, 23 Washington and 87 Friend Sts., - BOSTON. ■ ■ ' =i % egal JUrfitti. Commonwealth of Ma.uchu.ett&gt;. Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To all persons Interested in the ettate of Royal B. Hancock, late of Rangoon, Burmah, deceased; Greeting: WHEREAS, Alfred L. B arbour, the Administrator of tbe e...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
&amp;ttfiun SaltsBy S. £. KNIGHT* Ac CO-. Ano'rt., Offices, 593% Main Street, Cambridgeport, sad zSt WasUaftoa Street, Bottoa. Sale Of Estate No. 96 Elm Street, SomervlUe, Near Cambridge Station on Ft tehbarg; BY. R. Will be sold by Public Auction, MOBDAT, April 26th, at 6 o'olook P- M. On th. premlMt. The building, couairt of dw.lllng hoost and its bit The hoose is two rtorle. high, contain, eight room., nsoal convenience.. The stable baa four stalls, ample carriage room. There i. a large .bed adjoining .table 16x31. Th. lot of land hat a front of about 80 feet, with depth of about 209; well stacked with fruit tree.. K.y at No. 7 White Street. $200 to be paid in cash at tuns sad plats of tab). Terms liberal. Telephone 7M. apsV-lw By S- K-KHIOHTB * 00-, Atet'ra. Office., 692% Main Streeet. Cambridgeport, and US Wa»hington Street, Boston. Sale of Mahogany and Anti-sac Furniture In House No. 11 North Avenue. Cambridge. Will be told by Pnblle Auction TUESDAY, April 26th, at 10 ...
Poetry. I WOULD NOT FORGET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Poetry. I WOULD NOT FORGET. Tims cannot wean my heart from thee, I k&gt;ta4 femloßg, too nail; Ah! bStttt had wa never met, . Or atvsrtaid farewell. When happy ones are meeting, I ttsal away alone, Aad than I can't help thinking Of happy day. long flown. • I watch the .tar. approaching At twilight grimmer, throw Htr .wee* ih.de. oyer nature, Subduing each bright glow. Aad the moon't pale light i. falling On every flower and tree. And tha broexet toftly sighing Seem whispering, from thee, WBMB tell me I n .UU beloved As fondly » of yon, And tfcoagh all now Mem. clouded, Bright day. art Mill ia .tore.
A CHESTNUT "TURN OVER." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
A CHESTNUT "TURN OVER." TBS "1 una. man" we do detent -ptaq j»q ao pa... oj pwq tq. JI Who time at as his aaeiant fa** 'aoqamo. i| i» )»S p.tqt *»a. tji A }o*« (T) to tgsd, (tale and hoary— —pau ipufeirt &gt;,aqi maud «rqx Tht ttmt old, weary, dreary story Su|qu.j a oi mutj u»l **q n,ejt *0£ Of bow us ouriou. daughter, of Eve •aoq. &lt; jo puiij *w»i tq» M»J «q. ji (Tbeagfa thi. latter fact, we deeply grieve) 'aoq-Hnoi .no tj pan H,»q. jtq noX ing Matt ttand on oar head, a polut to find ! «oui o% too jqSno tqt Saiqi.uio. &gt;,v la tfcttt comical (?) line, from the "funny man't" mind. Samoa a wixioa SaiqiXut s.uaqi n
Hot Water as a Medicine. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Hot Water as a Medicine. 111 drinking hot water, it should be sipped, and not drank so fast as to distend tha stomach and make it feel uncomfortable. From fifteen to thirty minutes may be consumed in drinking hot water. A period of six months is generally required to wash the liver and intestines thoroughly. To make the beverage palatable or to medicate It, aromatic spirits of ammonia, clover blossom, ginger, lemon juice, sage, salt or sulphate of magnesia are sometimes added. Where there is an intense thirst or dryness a pinch of chloride of calcium or of nitrate of potash may be added to allay the thirst and leave a moistened film over the parched and dry mucous surface. Wtaeß there is diarrhoea, cinnamon, ginger and pepper may be boiled in hot water, and the quantity lessened. For constipation, a teaspoonful of sulphate of magnesia, or half a teaspoonful of taraxacum, may be used in hot water. Inebriety has a deadly foe in the use of hot water. All thirst and dry mucous membrane,...
Mistakes Will Happen. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Mistakes Will Happen. Gen. Sheridan tells a good story in connection with his courtship. He had stared later than usual one night. All the family except the young lady had retired, and her father had turned off the lights and set the burglar alarms, having a great fear of robbers. When he finally departed the young lady accompanied him to the door. '•In fumbling around for the door knob I set off the burglar alarm. It seemed to me that I neTer knew an alarm to work so well before. It sounded like the explosion of a keg of dynamite. A moment later the father of the young lady appeared at the head of the stairs in his night dress, holding a light in one hand and a large pistol in the other. At this apparition the young lady deserted me and fled into the darkness. My position was positively dangerous. I suppose I had been iv dangerous places before without thinking of it. but i must confess for the moment. I trembled all over with fear, and scarcely mustered up voice enough to say. 'Do...
An Imperative Necessity. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
An Imperative Necessity. What pure air it to an unhealthy loc-ality, what spring cleaning is to the neat house-keeper, 10 is Hood's Sarsaparilla to everybody, at this teason. Tbe body needs to lse thoroll2b.lv renovated, the blood puritied and vitalized, the germs of disease destroyed. Scrofula. Salt Kheum. and all other blood disorders art- cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla, the most popular and tuccessf ul spring medicine.
A Profitable Investment [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
A Profitable Investment can 1«! made in a postal card, if it in used to tend your address on to Hallett A Co.. Portland. Maine, who can furnish you work that you can do and live at home, wherever you are located; few there are who cannot earn over i.'i per day. and tome have made over 9SO. Capital not required; you are started free. Either BBS; al ages. All particulars free.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
—A Boston newspaper man ventured to inquire of t scavenger what became of tlii: cast off boots and shoes he gathered from the gutter* and other filthy place. "Well, 1 ' was tin- collector's answer, "well, some on 'em (roes for jelly." A vivid recollection of having- eaten pleuteoiish of the latter delicacy at hi. lunch but an hour or so before prevented the searcher for information from prosecuting hi. investigation any further.
Consumption Cored. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Consumption Cored. An old physician, retired from practice, beting bad pieced in hi. bsnd. by to East Indis misaionsry the formula of t simple vegetable remedy for tbe speedy tod permanent cure ol Consumption, Bronchitis, catarrh, Atthmt and .11 Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive snd radical care for Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, alter having tested ilt wonderlul curative power, in Ihonesad. of caw., hat felt it bis duly to make it knows lo hi. suffering fellow.. Actnsted by thi. motive and a desire to relieve human suffering I will Mod, iree of charge, to .11 who de.ire it, thi. recipe, in German, French or Eagli.h, with lul directions lor preparing and using. Sent by m.i by addressing wilb stamp, naming Ibi. paper. W A. Noras, 149 Power', Block, Rochester, N. V
TRIBUTE TO ANSON J. STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
TRIBUTE TO ANSON J. STONE. Dear father, frien.l, end brother, Thine earthly course Is run, And, in faithfulness ascemled, Hn, thy heavenly life bejjan. The Ma-ter'» work of I.x ing deeds Wa* e'er thy highest J..y; For Hlin ihy power, were gladly .pent In ever blest employ Friend uf the Slave, of Woman, Of Tempeianee, of Peace,— Never, In any righteous Coise, Illd active effort, cease. We shall mis. tliy genial presence And thy bland, benignant smile, As we still pursu* our journey In this lower sphere .while. Bu* we'll follow thy example Of fidelity and love. Till wo reach the opening jiertals Of the rlorlous home above. -M. F. S. Cambridgeport, Aprils, 188".
Quick Sales and Small Profits. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Quick Sales and Small Profits. "Jaiui-s," said the druggist to the new buy, -'if you can induce a customer to purchase a quantity ol an) thing by offering him B small discount, you may ilu so. It is a good business principle. .lames, lo turn your capital oflen, although tile margin uf profit is not so large." "Yes, sir," replied James and the proprietor went out to lun.-h. On his return he learned, with more or less satisfaction, that the intelligent .lames had induced a cu-toiuer who only wanted one two-cent postage stamp, to buy the entire stock at a cent and a half apiece.
You [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
You will never regret sending three I cent stamps to pay postage, to A. I*. Oriiway &amp; Co., Boston, Mass., for a copy of Dr. Kanfmann'Kjtrrcat Medical Work: 100 pages, colored i Must rat Kins; of great value to every family.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
—The old style was to go around loose iv tight trousers. Now the style is go around tight in !oo»e trousers. Styles change, but the young men remain about the same. —The exhausted ami drowsy feelings, common to spring time, indicate an impure and sluggish condition of the blood, which may lie remedied by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparllla. It is the most powerful, anil, at the same time, most economical blood purifier known. —Snow lies deep iv sunny Italy, and it il feand that the hand organ crop is seriously damaged.
AN AROUSED COMMUNITY. The Unusual Stir Caused in Kingston, New York. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
AN AROUSED COMMUNITY. The Unusual Stir Caused in Kingston, New York. [Special Correspondence Boston Globe.] The letter I recently wrote the Globe describing a remarkable occurrence which took place here, has had the effect of thoroughly awakening this community. The facts, as described, wore that Mr. Jere Smith, son of Cornelius B. Smith, of the . . State Insurance De- rotate insurance Department,after passing through an agonizing ordeal, and having been abandoned by his friends had been most wonderfully rescued. His exjierience was, in its beginning at least, almost the same as that of hundreds of other men and women in every city and town. He had gone along thougthessly, notio beqiskino of the isi). ing only occasional inconveniences. and bad suddenly been awakened to the fact that death was staring him in the face. He had overlooked little passing troubles without realizing that they are often "the beginning of the end." He had neglected interests that concerned his very life, ju...
Unequal Marriages. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 23 April 1887
Unequal Marriages. The genius of Milton never found a l sweeter theme than the ideal marriage ol our flr.-t parents in Eden, yet he who wrote so beautifully of the marriage state was himself the victim of an unhappy marriage. Indeed, men of genius have, perhaps, been more unfortunate in this re-pect than ordinary mortals, became, living on a higher plane of thought, it was more difficult for them to find a helpmate equal to themSelves. The same is irue. although not to the same extent, of women of g.-nius who have married men inferior to them- ' selves in mind, because a wo.nan's nature has not only more enduranc; but more adaptability in it than a man's. The man soon grows impatient of iho conversation of a frivulons wife, especially'it she disturbs his inent il occ i,.ati n-, b n a woman ofteu feels ■ pi asure in the horn g ■ of a j commonplace husband, if un y he be an honest and consid.-ia •• fe I -,&lt;, ai.d wi h her more than with man, "pity is akin to love." Hence it...