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NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Sunday Services. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

NORTH CAMBRIDGE. Sunday Services. —A hajipy New Year. 1 —The letter carriers to s u,au, sre glad tbst the holidays are about overwilb. —Geonte R. Henderson', new csrri.ee factory is now ibe scene of bustle and activity, as it is in fu'l running- order. —School commences .gain next week. Alas! sighs ihe little ones. —Dr. Wilhsm will shortly occupy Ibe boose in' which Dr. Burroughs foimcrly resided .v tbe citf" ncr of Dsy street and North svenue. —Mr. F.rrington's building whicb bss been in process of ere.-tiuo for |sotnc time past, wit> shortly be ready for occupancy. —The residents .long North avenue are anxious to have this thoroughfare illuminaled'hy Ihe electric light. It would be s decided improvement to < the handsome avenue. —Mr. Carl E. Merrill, cornetist, assisted at the musical seivice at Die Nonh avenue Congregational Church last Sunday. —Alarm 87, Thursday forenoon, was caused by v slight fire in tbe basement of SI Joseph's School. Fresh Pond line. D...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887
Publication Title: Cambridge Press
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

SPRINGER BROTHERS ZISyOjaTBXS, Wholesale and Retail Manufacturers of Ladies', Misses and Children's ___■ n Fashionable Cloaks Chauncy St., Essex St., Harrison Aye., One Block from Washington St. BOSTON Co t et—#or Salt , ( TO LET. Jaml Nice convenient house of 7 rooms; Kent PmM sai ier inonili. Apply at No. 5 Wver stroet. ■filssa, Janl—3w TO letT" . a House of 9 rooms, with bath room and wn>h. room, Nu. 10 Lawrence street; good yard; cemente*' cellar; all iv perfect repair; icnt $25 per to J.H.Webber. 583 Main street. * janl— tf FOlt SALE. k NEW two story House of 10 r.wn.s, on Grigg _~Y street, arranged for two families and bittement trVre. _.W0 feet of land. Trice, $3*oo. 91600 can remain on mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply at 97 Hancock street. noviJ7 —tf CHARLES E. HANCOCK," Real Estate and Insurance, 593 1-2 MAIN ST-, CambridgeportWEspecial attention paid to collecting rents and care of Real Estate. J an 6— ly "JTWINN ETT &~CO~ Real Estate Agents. —AND ! AUC...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Insurance. it BIRO & COT, Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STREET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company in the United Stales London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. jJQfpSeveral other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1886, " The Old and Reliable Insurance Jigency." W. 11. Hastings & Co. Insurance Apnts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, rlasl Cambridge. f0.7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston HT"Offlee hours tn Boston from 1 to 8 P. M. ORDERS SENT BY HAIL rROMIILY Al TENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore <V. B. HASTINGS. t. W. HASIIXGS WuTdlesex MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1838. SURPLUS OVER RE-ISSURANCE, •274,178.18 Dividends on 5 year Policies, GO per cent. Dividends on all other*, 50 " J. S. SAWYEE, Agent for Cambridge. OFFICE, - 5.19 MAIN ST., Cambrldgeport. Offic...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Stbools—JBustcal. HT.ST. JOSRPH'8ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, . - - - MASS. FOB BOA.BDJBS AUD DAY PUPILS, ! REOPENED I MO NDA Y, September 6th. For prospectus and further information address, MOTHER SUPERIOR, Mr. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M McAVOY, TEACHER OF THE PIANOFORTE 71 Concord Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHEK OF PIAx>OFORTE has resumed her instructions since Oct. 1, No. 613 MAIN St., Cambridgeport. Frederick&anna, Clark-Stbiniger Have recently arrived from Berlin, Germany, and are prepared to receive pupils for i- *iruction In their NEW SYSTEM .rf PJAXOFOttTE PLAYING. Tlii* system, which was well received and extensively published in Berlin, greatly lightens labor fur the pianist and stuiient; promotes health and develops r*pid control of all artistic powers. Apply personally or by letter at 24 CLINTON STREET. CAHBKIDOEPOKT. GEO. BRAYLEY, Teacher of the Violin, 125 Tremont St., Boston, Boom 21. Hw*~ Private Lessons Only, Day or Evening. A few Se...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

1 " Ruction .Sales- . By H0LBBO0X ft FOX. Auetionatn, Office No. IS Poet Office Square, - - B08T0N Mortgaaee'a Bale of Real Keinle. By virtue of a iwwer of sale contained in a eertala mortgage deed, given by James I. Brooks to Benjamin C. Hardwick, dated March » 1178, and recorded with Middlesex fouth District Deeds, Lib. 1476, fol. 3W, will be aold at Public Auction, on the premises, for breach of the conditions contained in aaid mortgage deed, on MONDAY, the tenth day ot January, A. D..1S87, at two o'clock tn the afternoon, all and singular, Uio premises described in said uorigage dead, namely: A CERTAIN LOT OF LABIS with the buildings thereon situated in Cambridge, In the County of Middlesex and Commonwealth of Masaachueetta, bounded and described aa follows, via: Beginning on the southerly line of land formerly of William Aikerson, Jr., now of the City of Cambridge, and used aa a school-house lot, at a point sixty-six aad 4-100 (fcfi.oi) feat westerly Irum the southeasterly corn...

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Poetry. ONLY A YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Poetry. ONLY A YEAR. Ob. year ago,—a ringing voice, A clear blue ere, Aad rloiterlDf lock. of sunny hair, Too fair to die. Only a year ago-no voire, no smile. No glance ot eye, Mo clustering lock, of aanny hairFair, bat to die. One yaar ago—what lore., what schemes Far Into life! What joyou. hope., what high resolves, What generous .tlife! Tlie silent picture on the wall, The burial itmt. Of all th* beauty, lire and joy. Rentalna alone! One year—one year—one little year, And bo much gone! And yet the even flow of life Mores calmly on. The grave grows green, the flowers bloom fair . AboTe that head, No sorrowing tint on leaf or spray Says she is dead. No hash or pause of merry birds That sing above, Telia us how coldly sleeps below The form we love. Where hast thou been this year, beloved. What hast thou seen,— What visions fair, what glorious lifeWhere hast thou been? The veil! the vel !so Uiln, so strong! 'Twixt its and thee; Tbe mystic veil! when shall It fall That we may see? Not...

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A Musical Memory. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

A Musical Memory. It i* easily understood that a retentive musical memory is of great value to the musician, be he composer or merely a performer. Talented young musicians n>t unfrequently possess an astonishing memory. Sonatas, symphonies and even fugues which they practice, they can soon play by heart. As they advance in years the power of memory becomes weaker. Blind musicians appear to preserve it undiminished for a longer period than others. The blind pianist. Dulon. is said to have known one hundred and twenty flute concertos by heart, which he had numbered. and any one of which he could play instantly, on its number being mentioned to him. True, there is musically little gained by burdening the memory with compositions which chiefly consist of complications of passages calculated to display the dexterity and skill of the performer. The works which a musician ought to be able to recall to memory are the classical works such as Gluck's •• Iphigeni in Tamis." Mozart's...

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The First Printers' Union. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

The First Printers' Union. Of any record which can be found it was formed in Loudon in 1810. its object being to "correct irregularities and to brirg the modes of charge from custom and precedent into one point of view, in order lo there being better understood by al! concerned.'* After securing the scale of 1810. this society was allowed to be broken up. so that no successful resistance could be made to the reduction in 181b'. From the last named date the majority of the craft in London h;is been in Union, and tin* London Society of Compositors is now one of the largest bodies of organized workingmen in the world.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

—**A merry heart >toes i!l the day ;** but who cao merry be. when racked and tormented wiih a baleful coujeb. Be wise aod try Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup It relieves at once ar.d cores promptly AH droggisu bmre it. —One of the hardest things for a man to understand ta why those women who wear sealskiu sacks would not be without tbem for the worM, and why those who don't, wouldn't wear one of tbe horrid thing* for anything. —If you are ttflicted wi.h loss of appetite, nausea and Tomiting, biliary derangement, dull pains aod numbness io the parts affected, and feverish symptoms, you may safely conjecture ihatjou have gout. Rub therefore thorough.y with Salvation Oil, the great pain-destroyer. Price twenty five cents a bottle. —"What is education r" asks a writer. Well, it is something a college graduate thinks he has until he becomes a newspaper man. — Rheumatism is primarily cau-ed by acidity of tbe blood, flood's Sirsaparilla puntie-i the blood, aod thus cures tbe disease. —Th...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Important to all Who Work for a living. Write to Hallett Jt Co , Poitlacd, Maine, aod they will send you full information' free, showing you bow you cau make from 8-5 to %'2o and upwards a day and live a* home,wherever you are located. Some have made over SoO a day. Capital not required; you are started free All ages; both sexes. All is new. Great incomes sure fiom ibe start. Fortunes await all workers wbo begin at once. Delicate Children, Nursing Mother-, overworked men and f >r all dUea<-es where (be tissues are wasting away from the inability to digest lood, or from ov r i woi k ; should take Scott's Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil with Uypopbo»phitcs. "I used 'be Kmulsion on a lady who mam I put her io -uch good health aud tlesh. that I must say thai r is the b~*st Kmul aion."—l P _______ M. 1)., Hii_l.'« MilU. SC

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The Mad King's Palace. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

The Mad King's Palace. A very interesting private letter, written to a Washington lady by a former resident I of that, city who has been travelling in I Europe, dated at 'Obernals bei Meran in i the Tyrol," describes the last of the four j palaces built by the late King Ludwig of I Bavaria. The authorities have opened the • (our palaces to the public at a charge of ! flflv cents a ticket, aud have thus realized | $100,000, and with it are paying Ludwig's debts. The Chinese palace, at which the I king never received a guest, and which '■ even his own mother has never seen until j after his death, copies the styles of that \ built by Louis XIV at Versailes, the mad j king seeing to have taken the extravagant monarch as his model. The entrance hall is a miniature copy of the entrance to the grand opera in Paris, the walls being encrusted with fine marbles ani the ceilings superbly frescoed. By means of a grand staircase of white marble a series of sumptuously decorated and furnished ro...

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A Much Married Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

A Much Married Woman. Mrs Fowler, of this city, was married last January to her sixth husband, aod strange as it may seem, five of tbem died exactly two years from their marriage Cay. Her piesent husband has ->een sick for the last four months with chronic jaundice, and was given up by four of oar best physicians; as a last resort he began using Sulphur Bitters, and yesterday told our repoiter that ihev had saved bis life, smilingly saying that he tmewan Mis. Fow'er would be unable to take a seventh better ball for some time to come.—Exchafje.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

— Nothing is so pleasing as to have a large man thump you in tbe left lung to emphasize an argument. The foundation of many an everlasting hatred has been laid in that way. To the Rescue With Pomero) 's Petroline Plasters after all others fail to cuie. Sold by diuggiats and Hugh It Gray, Cambridgeport. — A trd-hot Californiao nccolly made the welkin i ing by exclaiming, "If ever Igo back on tbe principles of the party, may my right hand cleave to the roof of my mouth."

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Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

Consumption Cured. -.v viu j'ijj siLiau, icintu Hum practice, uavrog bad placed in bis bauds by an East India mission ary tbefoimula of a simple vegetable remedy for the -pecdy aod permanent cure ol Consumption, Uionchitis, catarrh, Asthma aud all Throat and Lung Affections, also a positive and radical cure •or Nervous Debility and all Nervous Complaints, alter having tested its wonderful curative powers in thousands of case*, has felt it his duty to make it known to his suficribg fellows. Actuated by this motive aud a desire to relieve human sufferihg I will tend, liec of chaise, to all who desire it, this recipe, in (iorman, Kieoch or Euglisb, with full directions lor prepaiing aod u-iog Sent by mail by uiMie--ni_ wnti stamp, nnmiog this paper. W. A* Notes, III) Power* Block. Rochester. W. >'.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 1 January 1887

—"lientlfmen," sab) a Ssn Francisco orator, just after tbe election of his favorite candidate, "tbe icnown of this glorious victory will le-echo in golden letters tlnoujjb the conidors of the river of lime." HONtY » the bam Coogfc Cure, 25, 50c., $L StPrJ SULPHUR SOAP he..:* a„d liaillWll, 26c JERMAN CORN REMOVER kills Cecal & Cunions '25c. HILLS HAIR * WHISKER DYE— Black & Brown, 50c PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 25c. DEAN'S RHFUHATir PIMC — - ny

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GLENWOOD !"*i_j Old Stores Taken in Exchange. Cash or on Installment. Second-II and

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