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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Co _ld — fax 5 ale. TO LET. STOKE Xo. 339 Main street. Enquire next door. lw TO LET. APARTMENTS in Hotel Allerton, Norfolk St., near Austin street. Apply to Leanukk IiKKKLY, 113 Broadway. inyl4—tf TO KENT. VTICE, NEW and convenient apartments,or single 11 houses of from 4to 8 rooms each. Rent $13 to S2O per month. Ready March Ist and April Ist. Apply at Nu. jkUiver street. feblt;—tf FOR SALE. JOT OF LAND on Biyeltiw street, containing _i about 5000 feet. Will PteU tow for cash; or to a party that will build on it no money will be re quired. Apply to A. E. Turner, 105 Court street. Boston. juu4—tf FOR SALE. T MIDDLE LOT nn Main Street, between Lee aud Hancock streets, about 16,000 feet. Also, one Carryall Coupe, and one Top Bnggy. June—4—tf s. S. AKNOLD. FOR SALE. aM.E BUILDING AND LAND now occupied by . tbe Cottage Street (Grace) M. E. Church. The lot has OiWO feet of land. This presents a favorable opportunity for investment. Apply to Key. N. B. FISK, No. 10 Fairmont Street. ap9-tf...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Ceseeeawealth .f *Hbs.bcl.o.hi.. Miiiiileskx, ss. PROBATE COURT. To the Heire-at-Law, next of Kin, aud all other Pers.,llB Interested in tlie Estate of Ralfii day. late of Cambridge, in said County, ile-«-'"-ed. GKEITIKO : U'HEKEAS, • cert-in instrument purporting to b«* tlie last will and testament of said deceased has been presented to said Court, for Probate by Jeuosie s. Daniels, who prays that letters testamentary may be issued to him, the executor therein named, and that he may be exempt from giving a surety or sureties on his bond pursuant to said will and statute; ■ You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court, to be held at Cambridge, in said County of Middlesex on the Bret Tuesday of July next, at nine o clock before noon, to show cause, if any you have, against the same. And said petitioner is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once a w«ek, for three successive weeks, in the newspaper called the Cambridge Press, printed at Camb...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

**-^— — SUction Salts* AUCTION SALE. SATURDAY. Jus 26th, M 3 o'clock P.M.,ths Wooden Building 483 Maim Street, to ba takaa down and removed within five days. All brlek, stone, and lead and Iron pips to ba left oa th* praises. Terms cash at sale. Jets— SW By ATWOOD fr WELD, Beal EiUt*. Agents 4 Auctioneers, 51 Sear. BiiUding, Boston. Executor's Sale of Beal -Mala. By license of the Probate Court for-be Oeeaty ot Middlesex, the subscriber, sisii-sWof tbe last will and testament of the late ..*.___ 6. OeoooD, will sell at public auction, upon (He fatlMsea, on the twenty-ninth day of June, eiC-toaai hundred and eighty-seven, at four o'clock In tka afternoon, the house and lot on Cambridge street, la Caaabrldge, in said County of Middlesex, Mag A CERT aIK PIECE or parcel ot land sltaated U said Cambridge, with the dwelling boose thereon standing, bounded and described as fellows, to wit: Beginning at the southwesterly comer of said premises ou Cambridge street, formerly called Cragie str...

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Poetry. [Written for the Cambridge Press.] TO A PRIMROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Poetry. [Written for the Cambridge Press.] TO A PRIMROSE. Shea little lower peepia* forth thy head. Frssa 'assth the covering of thy earthy bed; Thee wh-msrsth of Joyous, brighteosne Spring, Of has ths that sear—r, aad of birds that sing. Thee seadsst forth thy smil. to Held and plala; la it I hear the potter of the rain; la It-heartbeat arm or of tbe bees Aad see the greea leaves dancing on the trees. Thba hell, all hail bright aimlagir of Spring, Oh Haas ever thy sweet ptaisst stag, Aad as wa see thy Bee oa Mil aad plain, Wmm that the Winter's pest aad Spring once more doth reign. C. X. Moitaoub. i Editor of the Press:— Every week some one. bewails through the columns of our many papers . t_w toes of revenue to our city by the no license system. I would nepeetfally commend to his __l.se_.lsi the following little poem, hoping some ■agge-tkms of profit may be obtained therefrom. M. J. H.

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REVENUE ON RUM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

REVENUE ON RUM. Oar ooffers ill with sordid gold. Mo -utter what Is bought or sold. We'll rob ths matfy, bless the fewAll this, aad more, fer revenue. 1 saw a voter, art ed hiss why He'd east his tote fcr men to die, Aad thee this deadly course pursue? Ha aaswerad, "Jest for revenue." Ths alder-Ma la council meet, Tm raiae ssore fund., repair the street. They've straek a plain, though fiendish view, Well tax saloon for revenue. See fathers peeling o'er the grave, Aad mothers sinking—naaght can save. Bat what ear. we we want oar due, Though thousands die for revenue. f saw the bride with rosy cheek, Her aetloa graceful, manners meek; Later behold the pallid hue— The flower was plucked for revenue. The babe upon iv mother's breast, Ms innocence demands sweet rest, Here obsess its coffin, cheap but new, The child was slain for revenue. Oh, tssn-ad hopee and telling teen, Millioas ot souls, millions of years; Bas what care we, a drunken crew, We'll sell yoa all for revenue.

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JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

JUNE. OJih! delicious month of June! Whea winds and birds all sing la tune; Wfcea ia the meadows swarm tbe bees Aad ham their drowsy melodies While pillaglag the buttercup, Te store the golden honey up; O June! the month of bluest skies. Dear to the pilgrim butterflies. Who seam gay-colored leaves astray, Blosrn down the tides of amber day; O Joae! the month of merry song. Of shadow brief, of sunshine long; All things oa earth love you the best— The bird who carols near his nest; The wind tbar wake, aad, singing, blows The spicy perfume of th. rose; Aad bee, who sounds hi. muffled horn Te celebrate the dewy morn; Aad even all the stars above At sight we happier for love, Aa if the mellow note, of mlrth Were wafted to them from the earth. O Jnae! saeh music haunts your name; With yoa the summer's ebons came! —St. Nicholas.

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Historical. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Historical. Tka oldest known MS. is part of the Iliad round in Upper Egypt. Tbe first notice of aurora borealU in jbgland, was on March 6,1716. Tbe organ was invented by one Cteaibius, a barber of Alexandria, about 100 B. C. Vesuvius reposed for 1492 year*, till 1631, bnt since tben destructive eruptions bave been frequent. Prudentius. in tbe fourth century, set notes to the breviary; and Flavianus established the first choir at Antioch. Tbe art ot engraving originated in some experiments ot Maso Finiguerra. a Florentine, in the first half of tbe fifteenth century. Tbe meteor of 1783, seen all over Europe nearly at the same moment, was believed to be as large as Great Britain and 120 miles high. Confucius, the founder ot tbe religioiu deism of China, was contemporary with Pythagoras, and died at tbe age of 72 years. Tbe literary education of women began to prevail in England in tbe early part of the seventeenth century. In 1620 neither of Shakespeare's daughters could write. Tbe Apo...

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Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Consumption Cured. As old physician, retired from practice, having had placed ia his hands by aa East India missionary tbs formula of a simple vegetable remedy lor th* speedy aod permanent cure ol Coo.umpiioo, Bfoecbiiis. catarrh. Asthma and all Throat an.l Lang Affections, also a positive snd radical cure tat Nervous Debility and all Nervoas Complain!., after having tested its wonderful coraiive powers ia Ihoasaads of cases, has felt it bis duly to make it known to bis sofferihg fellows. Actuated by this motive aad a desire lo relieve human suffering I will send, Iree of charge, to all who desire it. Ibis recipe, in German, French or English, with lul directions lor preparing and using. Sent by msi by addressing With stamp, naming this paper. W A. NOTES, 149 Power', Block, Rochester, A. Y. —Tbe walking club of society girls " bonds Its members to walk live miles a day in fair weather and two miles in foul." Base ballists would never join such s club. They would object to going "out...

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NEW YORK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

NEW YORK NOTES. A Washington writer thinks that the I proposal to build an "Episcopal Cathe- ! dral" in New York is the boldest and broadest step yet taken by protestanism in America. But how much bolder and broader a step would it be could the Protestant churches ail unite in the building of a giand university similar to the institution contemplated by the Roman church? Such | an institution would redound to the glory of the Protestant church throughout the ' world. The remarkable literary partnership j formed between Julian Hawthorne and Inspector Thomas Byrnes will result in a | series of tales founded on fact, which will be of interest. Mr. Byrnes who is already { almost as famous as the celebrated French Detective Vidoque, furnishing the material ' and Mr. Hawthorne doing the literary | workmanship. A famous member attached to the Madison Street .Station, did not pass a civii | service examination, draws no pay and cannot read or write. This wonderful addition to the service, a...

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AN APPALING HISTORY. Mr. John W. Furbush, an Army Veteran of ... Makes a Startling Discovery [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

AN APPALING HISTORY. Mr. John W. Furbush, an Army Veteran of ... Makes a Startling Discovery [Boston Advertiser.] The following narrative is so graphic, *o Interesting and so valuable, that we give it for the benefit of our readers, in Mr. Furbush's own words. He says: "I am impelled to make this statement, not only for the benefit of my fellow veterans, but for the thousands of people who are to-day in the greatest danger and who do not know it. I enlisted as a member of Co. D. of the 'iSth Massachusetts regiment possessed of hope and vigor; I retired at the close of the war bankrupt in both. The first sign I had of coming trouble was a strange restlessness. I was not afraid of battles for Ihad passed through many of them, but I was very nervous. My head ached and my appetite was poor. I felt a faintness at the pit of my stomach and a bad taste in my mouth, while my skin was sometimes hot and sometimes cold. I tried to throw these feelings off by force of will, but they would not g...

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WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

WATERTOWN. —Dogs must lie licensed before July 1. or die. —The persevering Masons are determined to nave a building of their own. —Representative Bigelow of this town voted against the miniature salary grab. —The School Board entertained the public teachers last Tuesday evening,—not a bad idea. ■ —J _g ent *eman from Watertown said the other uav that one of their expressmen had seventy orders in one day from Boston—for groceries(*■)'. The only danger is that tbe friends of temperance will make the law so obnoxious iv its enforcement that next year there will be a reaction and we will have "free rum." —It is a good many years ago since Mrs. Carlton was murdered at her own door, whither she had repaired to answer the bell. No one has yet guttered the legal penalty for the commission of that horrible tragedy. " It is true that the great State of Massachusetts chased aha Ifcrazy * rencb-Canadian way down into the wilds of .Nova Scotia; it is also true that the same powerful Commonwealth...

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MOUNT AUBURN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

MOUNT AUBURN. —There ought to be a look-up in this locality. —On the tt o'clock train out Saturday evening tlve men got off on its arrival at the depot, and they were "full as full could be,*' and were taken up bodily by their heads and heels and earned into (Million*** shed near by and left to sunnier. Some were found there 'on the next morning. —Quite a number of accidents occurred at the cemetery last week: James Kowau, one of the foreman, slipped off of a granite curbing aud sununed himself; George Taylor was kicked iv the hand by a colt, and had a sprained thumb; liver Diamond, one of the men in the einplov of U. V. smith, well digger, had a piece of pipe'fall on him, wrenching his side badly, aud X. H. 1 avlor ■ horses took fright on Sunday afternoon while he was decorating his lot and* damaged a monument, barked one of the trees l.adlv, tore up the ground and smashed the pole, so that ilr. laylor and family had to go home in the cars. °

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Musicale. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Musicale. A very pleasing musicaie was held at tlie residence of Mr. Charles X. Shaw, IT Forest street, by Mr. E. L. Gurney and pupils, assisted by Miss Anna Clifford, soprano, and Miss Fannie Wheeled., reader, on Monday eveniug, June 13. at which the following programme was given: Pi \*.?' La Gracieuse, . . Bohm Miss Florence Page and Master Arthur Clark. Piano. In rank and Ale, . . . . i_anee Master Willie E. Forbes. Reading. "David Copperfleld aDd his Child Wife." Miss Fannie Wheelock. Piano. Crimson Sunset, . . Townsend Mlsb Gertrude Sheridan. Piano. Cat and Mouse, . . Llchner ~ , Miss Annie L. Learitt. Vocal. "Flower Girl," . . . Bordese Miss Anna Clifford. Piano. Hermione, . . Meyer Master Frank Danforth. Piano. Styrienne, . . . Behr Master Henry C. Shaw and Mr! Gurney. Piano. Overture, "William Tell," . Rossini Miss Margaret F. Davis and Mr. Gurney. Readings 1 **• Tne Railroad Crossing. * ' It. The Emancipation ol Man. Miss Fannie Wbeelock. Irancis Joseph Haydn. Sketeb of his...

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Chronic Coughs and Colds [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

Chronic Coughs and Colds And all diseases of the Throat and Lungs can be cured by the use ot Scott's Emulsion, as it con. tains the healing virtues of Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphites in their fullest form. "I consider Scott's Emulsion the remedy par-excellence in Tuberculous and Strumous Affections, to say nothing of ordinary colds and throat troubles." \V.*K. S. Con-sell, M. I)., Manchester, O. —The Pittsburg Telegraph tells of a dog in a bench show iv that city committing suicide-by opening a vein with its teeth. We learn from another source that the animal left a plainlywritten note stating that he had been disappointed in love, and that life was no longer worth living.

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HOW UNPLEASANT [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

HOW UNPLEASANT it is to see a beautiful child's face disfigured with vile humors, bursting through the skin in pimples, blotches and sores, and sadder still, when the young and innocent are laughed at and twitted in all such cases. Parents should give them that good and pure remedy. Sulphur Bitters, which will search and drive out of the blood every particle of humor.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

—Tailor (to applicant for a job): "IVe want a good cutter. Have you had much experience in the tailoring line!**" Applicant (with a confident smile): "I never had a suit of clothes ready when I said I would since I've been in the business." Tailor: "You'll do. You must be an old hand." —Impurities of the blood often cause great annoyance at this season: Hood's Sarsaparilla purifies the blood, aud cures all such affections. —During a theatrical performance at Newcast le-on-the-Tyne, one of the .actors was struck by thunder.—or rather, by one of the cannon balls used to simulate thunder—and fatally iujured. Some of that brand of stage thunder should be imported to this country by the next boat. —Many a young girl shuts herself out from society because her face is covered with pimples and blotches. All disfiguring humors are removed by purifying the blood with Ayer's Sarsaparilla. This remedy is the safest and most reliable that can be used. —One uight at tea the conversation turned on...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

TftON'T W SPJ Allow your Clothing, / _gfmP*iat, or Woodwork, ' *0r m washed in the old km rubbing, twisting, wrecking way. Join tm^m —— that large army of sensible, economical people, who from experience have learned that James Pyle's Pearline, used as directed on each package, saves time, labor, rubbing, wear and tear. Your Clothes are worn out more by washing than wearing. It is to jour advantage to try Pearline. JAMES PYLE, New York. Bom Ewiywher-e. One Dollar To hare yoa* watch cleaned sad warranted one year, at F. H. 1A1158,3 L«T-r-tt Btreat, Boston.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

LADIES Can bow, by calling at CENTRAL BLEACH tllY, •ITS Washington Street, Boston, nearly opposite Temple Place, or at WORER'S BI.KACHKRY, 673 Washington Street, heed of Beach Street, have their Hats cleansed or colored snd msde into the Latest Sprlnf Styles. Mew Patterns received daily. apt*—3m SFW Mill.; HATSahd BONNETS Trimmed la the most artistic maimer, for 50 cts., 75 cts. and SI. A large assortment of Hich HtlHnery IJeo-ds < At lowest prices. Orders promptly tilled. MISS £ B. COLLINS, 478 Washington k 7 Avon Street, Boston, ' Room 1, opposite Temple Place. sa_r* Also a fine assortment of Unman Hair Goods at Popular Prices. sprs—3m . LADIES' $5.00 French Kid Boots, Fine New York Made, closing out st $3.00. (rent's Hand-Sewed $5 Shoes, Clqsln. out I A.T $3.00. Latest styles. . JOHN BATH & SON, ; 755 Washington Street, - Boston. Opposite Continental Clothing House. WIGWAM SLIPPERS. I 1 _fefl_i ( Are the lightest, easiest, prettiest shoes In the market for ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 18 June 1887

$nsracis Garbs. d.d;s. : , (gaifsos Dentist,) Offioe and Eesidence, 613 Main Street. At Boston Dental OoUags Friday Afternoons. WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Wurg-eon Dentist, 613 -tain St., Boom 1, Central Square, CAHBRIDQEPORT. Residence,—No. 28 Fayette Street. DR. S. F. MARSHALL, DENTIST, 593 1-2 MATH ST., - Cambridgeport. pTallei. undsey, Deputy Sheriff of Midtllesei C oumy, CAMBKIDGEPOKT, MASS. Omci: No. 613 Main St. Telephone 73-13. Boston Office: 23Court Street, (Room 14.) -JCTLER, ttANA~&T>fC__SOS7 Attorneys and Coanseliors at Lai, 34 SCHOOL STEEET, BOSTON, Booms 34 and 35 Savings Bank Building. J.H.Butler. James Dana. William Dickson WM. H. MARTIN. Attorney & Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, mM CAMHKIDGKPORT. tl RICHARDSON & HALE, Attorneys<s_ Counsellors at Law Rooms 39 and 40 Rogers Building, 209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. B.KIOH--DSO-. 1.8.H1U •.•Mr. Hale's residence Is 3«7 Harvard street Cambridge. tf. ~<57 FrAP...

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