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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

fitTTIrT are you ill need of a chiropodist? Do you wish to have your finger nails manicured? If so. visit Dr. P. ——xmson's new office, .No. 10 Temple Place. Boston, over X. H. Steams it Co. Take elevator. Old office same as liefore. at Xo. IS. ' I

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

A Common Cold It eftan the beg!nnins of serious tflieclions of lb* Throat, Bronchial Tubes, - and Lang*. Therefore, the importance of early and effective treatment cannot be overestimated. Ayer*. Cherry Pectoral may always be relied upon for the tpeedy cure of a Cokl or Cough. Last Janntry I wis attacked with s eevere Cold, w'hicli. by ue-jlcct and frequent exposures, became worm, finally settling on my lung*. A terrible cough soon followed, accompanied by pains In 'be chest, from which 1 suffered inteusely. After trying various remedies, without obtaining relief, I commenced taking Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and wa* Speedily Cured. I am aathrned that thlt remedy saved my life —Jno. Webster, Pawtuckct, X. I. I contracted a severe* cold, which tuddenly developed into Pneumonia, presenting; dangerous aud obstinate symptom*. Mv plivsiciin at once ordered tbe use of Ayer't CbetTT Pectoral. Hh h-troction* were followed, and tbe result wat a rapid aad per—-sent cure. —H. E. Simptou, Bogert P...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

WANTED. rpwo OK THREE ROOMS, furnished or unfur- _. nished, with board for gentleman anei adult daughter, in a nice private family. Address X. Y. Z., I'HKSS o***l*. Instruction in Short Hand. Ek-iui. Pitman's System, Improve*! met ho. 1 of teach iug. Instruction on the Type WriterPositions uptalned when scholar i« competent Id either. Cra.n.Ull Type-Writer, on Inctaliiu-nu or Canh. Lessons given In Cambridge at residence uf teacher or pupil day or evening. Address, _ « SHOKT HAND, Cambridge Press. p. allex unm, Deputy Sheriff of Middlesex County, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS. Office: No. 613 ***** St. Telephone 7343. Boston Office: 23Court Street, (Room 14.) One Dollar To h*ve your watch cleaned and warranted one year, at F. H. HAINEB, 3 Leverett Street, Boston. NOTICE! Trice Reduced in Cambridge For CLEANING CARPETS to 3 CENTS per i yard. Including Brussels. Tapestiv, Woolen or Kemp, by GEORGE F. RICHER _ CO., strain Maehlner Carpet Cleaner.. Oflloe.— tt* Main St., C.mbridgeport, next clceo...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Horace S. Bartlett, Real Estate Agent, . i —FOR- ' Cambridge Property Only. Office, Harvard Square. i Houses For Sale. ' Houses To Let. Building Lots For Sale ■ IN DESIRABLE LOCAMTIES. ' ™™T™T"™^~^~^TT^T™_~l._—? financial. ] » WAN. SEVERAL THOUSAND DOLLARS on first mortgages. OEORGE W. GALE, 3,18 Main Street, Cambridgeport. WE OFFER, SUBJECT TO SALE, AT 97 1-2 and secured Interest, wilh 25 per cent, of stock bonus. A LIMITED AMOUNT OF The Orange Belt E'y Co's FIRST MORTGAGE 6 PER CENT.' 5.50 YEAR GOLD BONDS. INTEREST JANUARY AND JULY. PAYABLE AT THE FARMERS LOAN AND TRUST CO., NEW-YORK, DUE 1907. THE Orange Belt Railroad Extend- from Monroe, a station on the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Hallway, along the west bank of Lake Monroe, southwesterly through the towns of Sylvan Lake, Paola, Island Lake, Qlcn Ethel, Longwood, Alt imont, Forest City, Toronto, Lakeville, Clarkona, Millers, and Crown Point to Oakland, a beautiful village located on the south shore of Lake Ai*ojika, a dit-...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Co £ti —efor Salt. TO KENT. "V*"ICE, NEW and convenient apart nient_,or Mingle J_i houses of -rum 4to 8 n«nu> tjiu'li. Kent «M:. t-> i 920 per month. Ready March Ist and April tar. Apply at No. 5 Kiver _'ree -* febl9—tf For Sale at a Bargain. MA valuable with SSfli feet of land, three minutes* walk from Harvard College, in a quiet nelejiitbornoc-... All modem improve- ! menu, aud in thorough condition. First claps fur- ' nace, costly chandeliers, and is well adapted for a j respectable* private family; was built by one of tbe J bent builder* in Cambridge. $1500 can remain on l mortgage at 5 per cent. Apply to JOHN l_E>.>.ON. l 145 Pearl St., Cambridgeport. jan_9-tf TO LET. a House of 9 rooms, with bath room and wash room. No. 10 Lawrence street; good yard; cemented cellar; all In perfect repair; rent - 9-5 per month. Apply to J.H.Webber, 583 Main ' street. jaul—tf JOHN MAHADY, REAL ESTATE and lISIBA_CE __Gr__-*JT, ( Drain Pipe, Flagging, a...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Schoo;s—Musical. COMER'S Commercial College Oldest and Most Successful In America. The ecourse of study is Elective, and Embraces Book-keepiug P»uuian«hlp ( Corr«-pon<l«nor, Commercial Law, Cainmerclml Arltninetlc. hh«»rt ilauri, Type* Writing, and tbe KiiKllah brunch***. Individual Instruction. Student-may begin at «ny time. Special three umnibs*course fur tbtme whose time aud lueao- are limited. -tituwUona always ready for coiupetant atn-de-sta. spring Term begin* Monday, April 4th* 1887. For full particulars, address or call upon I C. E. COMKR, in_-4w 6G6 WaSHIKUTOX STitEKT, B«.8TOX. MTTST. JOSEPH'S ACADEMY, CAMBRIDGE, - - • MASS. ) FOE BOABDEES AFD DAT PDPILB, ' REOPENED 1 MONDAY. September 6th. \ For prospectus and further information address, , MOTHER SUPEBIOB, Mt. St. Joseph's Academy ANNA M. McAVOY, ! TEACHER OF THE PIA>OFORTK \ 71 OoncorG Avenue, Cambridge. MISS ELLEN E. HAWKES, TEACHER OF PIANOFORTE has resumed her ins: ructions since Oct. 1. No. 613 ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

&udion SabsBy 8* B, XIIGHTS 4% CO-. AwtVn. Offices, 593% Main Street, Kamatt********. aad If W uhlngton Street, Boston. Peremptory Sale of Large oi Valuable Business Estate Hot. 571.578, 575, 577, 579 A Ml Main Street, lambrMgepart, and Lot of Land in rear. Also Lot of Vacant Land on North West Corner of Altoton and Brookline Sis. Will be told by Public Aa-nto* -HUB-DAY, KABOE Slit, 1887, at 3 o'clock P. M., oa th. napuMa* Bitatttt*. T_» lou on Main .i met'bar. * froai of atonal M f«a each, with depth of about 100 f**t. Th* rear la* ha* an ar*a of »bout NM squat, feet. Oa oa* at tka Main street lou U a sub.ba.Ual Her—, tu-rht-k building. On the oib.r la a oat tatty » ***** building. All well rented for Moral I*4 *■*•*. The location of th It property It in tb* bartaM. ***• tre of the city, ma kin* ft ™*ry datlwhl* for Ibt***meut. »500 to be paid In cash on earn h ot th* Mala street estates at time and place Oct **I*. Immediately after tale of nttl Msln Hiaal. will be sold...

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Poetry. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Poetry. HOME. A a—a earn balld a —adon Aad f*m—b It throughout; A —■a eaa ****** a palace. With lofty wall* aad (teat; A —an eaa baHd a tempi., Wle_ hlegb aad .fatten, dome; Bat ao —an la tbe world can build That in.tlua* thing e* lied Horn*. Ho ti* a happy faculty Of ****** tat aad wide, To tan a eot or palae. lato so—.thing site benicle, When* brathan, sons tad bo*band tired, With wiUtag foots Up* come, A pi... erf rtat, wbare io.e abounds, A parf*et kingdom—Home— Janet Janet.

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BABY'S FINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

BABY'S FINGERS. If we know the baby fingers, Pressed against the window pan., Would be cold and stiff to-morrow-Never trouble us again— Wouldl the bright eyes of our darling Catch the frown upon our brow? Would the prints of rosy fingers Vex us thaen as they do now? Ah! those little ice-cold fingers How they point our memories back To the hasty words and actions Strewn along our backward track! How those little hands remind us, As in snowy grace they lie, Not to scatter thorns—but roses— For our reping by and by.

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AMUSEMENT NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

AMUSEMENT NOTES. HorjJH Stbekt Theatrk—The management of this elegant theatre ever anxious to bring forwmrd prvduetkms that wHI not fail to please, hare been, as usual, successful in presenting "The Qipaey Baron." The play Is a romantic ■to—r of Hf* and love among the Hungarian QtoeM-t and other* of fax higher station in Hfe. Tatars StraOMt, the famous composer, has aimed higher la this really brilliant opera than in any att**j*f%t e*—j«e,. Iniieedthe score is often so S**i _R ■_> Mh, in its rhythm, harmony ai *t *•* *W efraajd opera. There is one ilelightfal th&g thrtii*Miut the production »nd that is ÜbehMtcter aaV variety of the music, that is c—B—lk. Theft arc-fully 100 persons engaged ■ tfc I«presentati«fc, and there is a large and ••bet orehertr* ut»kr, the direction of Adolf Bauer. "The Gipsey'Baron.'- which will be tin ■ttraßtton at this t—aa-egor a brief period, has B*e_Vrttness»d by brg*and appreciative audi•nee*%uring the week. GLOBE Thkatke. — Wils...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

—The popular blood purifier. Hood's Sarsaparilla, _ having a tremendous sale tbis season. Nearly everybody take. it. Try it yourself. —"What do you weigh, Pat!" "Sometimes tun pounds. sir, and sometimes «00." "How do you make that out! - "Well, y'see. I'm drivin' for a coal dealer, an' I always weighs the difference between tbe coal an' a ton." —When you want Pearline lie sure you get what yotj ask for. The market is full of imitaUons. The genuine is manufactured only by James Pyle, Xew York. —In the opinion of scientists there will come a period when the earth will cease to revolve on its axis. To the man. however, who, on going home at night, baa to wait for an opportunity to catch his bed as it passes him, it will continue to go round. —Tbe latent riddle out: Why wa. my baby's a—t attack of croup like this paragraph. lie - cause It was very short and ended with tliat wonderful cure. Dr. Bull's tough Syrup. —The following letter was received by Steinway _ Co., recently: Mrs. Styne...

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THE FOLLIES OF MOURNING. A Protest Against Funeral Extravagance. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

THE FOLLIES OF MOURNING. A Protest Against Funeral Extravagance. The conventional period of the'lying in I state" having exprled, then comes fhe funeral. So patent Is the folly of extravagant expenditure at funerals, nnd so plainly is it condemned by common sense that we need not consider that point at any length. But it is impossible to pass it by so long as people persist in making the occurrence of death an occasion for display. In truth, these funeral pageants are inspired less by respect for the dead than by a puerile love or pomp on the part of the living, iOn what other ground can they be ex- ! plained? Funeral extravagance is no mere modern folly; on the contrary, it is hoar with antiquity, and is endowed with all the power and prestige of an immoral usage. Nevertheless, there is much encouragement for its assailants, in the continuous lire of protest evoked by the practice, and in such noble examples as that recently set by the family of the late bishop of Ripon. The coffin...

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Marshall Hall's [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Marshall Hall's ready method in ***** niiig. as to what to do aud how to elo it, will be found in Dr. Kaufmann'a Medical Work: line colored plates from life. .Semi three '.'-cent stamps, to pay postage, to A. I". Ordway & Co.. Boston. Mass., and receive a copy free.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

—William Henry attended an auction sale the other day. and cxpre-ssedsome surprise at seeing* so large a congregation of persons all with forbidding aapeect.. —They are looking for you everywhi-n*. Drafts of air in uncx|>ccti*il places, going from hot rooms to cool ones, carelessness in changing clothing:—ln short anything which emls in a •vouiinoii eolel in the heael." I'nlc.-s arrested, this kinel of cold luccinies seated in the mucous uieinlirane of the bead. Then it is Catarrh. In any and all its stages, this ******* always yields to Ely's Cream Balm. Safe, agreeable, certain. Trice tifty seats. —The English government is licgiiining to discover that iv sending the Irish tenant to jail it sends the Irish lanillord to the poorhouse.

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How to Gain Flesh and Strength. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

How to Gain Flesh and Strength. I'sc after each meal Scott's Emulsion; it is an palalSble as milk Mt] easily digested. Delicate pe-oplo improve rapidly wit li its use. Kor Consumption. Tiiriint airiMticms ami Uroncliitis it Is uiifijuitllccl. Dr. Tnba I'ki.m. Ala., says: "1 used Scott's Emulsion on a child eight months old; lie guincel four pounds in a month."

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Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Consumption Cured. An old physician, retired from practice, having had placed iv his haDds by an East India missionsry tbe formula of a simple vegetable remedy for tbe speedy and permanent cure ol Consumption, Bronchitis, catarrh, Asthma and%ll Throat and I.unj.' Affections, also a positive and radical cure (or Nervous Debility and all Nervout Complaints, after having tested its wooderlul curative powers in thousands of cases, has felt it his duty to make it known to his sufferibn; fellows. Actuated by tbis motive and a desire to relieve human tufferibg I will §end, tree of charge, to all who desire it, this recipe, in German, French or Englitb, with lull directions lor preparing and using. Sent by mail by addressing with stamp, naming tbii piper. W. A. NoTBi, 149 Pbtcer>t Block, RoehtHtr, N. Y.

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HISTORICAL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

HISTORICAL. —Microscopes are said to have been invented by Jansen in Holland about 1590. —Bearimg coats-of-arms was introduced and became hereditary in England and Prance about 1152. —Casts from the face were first taken in plaster paris by Andrea Verrochi, about A. D. 1466. —David Garrick made his debut in Goodman's Fields Theatre, London, in liicbard 111., Oct. 19, 1741. —Bees were Introduced into Boston in 1670, and have since spread over the American continent. —Lightning conductors were first set up for the protection of buildings by Franklin shortly after 1752. —The idea of taking pictures in profile originated with that taken of Antigonus 330 B. C. who, huviug but one eye, led to tbis kind of picture to conceal his physical defect. —Margroff first produced sugar from the white beet root in 1747, and in 1799 Al.Archa'rd produced exellent sugar from it. Thence <was developed the great beetvsugar industry in France. —Posts are said to have originated with the regular ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

—Quartered oak is seen more frequently in the warcroonis of chamber furniture manufactures than even last year, when it gained so much prominence. It is sometimes used in reception rooms ol country houses and a chair recently shown in a Fifth Avenue bric-a-brac establishment was made in oak upholstered in corduroy. It was quite effective. Good cabinet-makers, however restrict its use lo dining-rooms, although there are some who think oak should be everywhere. Happily, such radicalism is never prevalent.— Furniture Trade Review of Xeui York. —Iv guiding belts on nr off, it is best to protect the hand with a piece of cloth held in the hand, but never wrapped around it or the wrist or arm. A stick is liable to be caught by the pulley or belt, drawn between the pulley and belt into other machinery, or thrown swiftly, striking you or some one else. —Palmistry is not such a new craze; we have known men to sit around a table for hours trying to find out aliout each other's hands.

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Don't Read This [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 March 1887

Don't Read This if you have a sufficiency of this world's goods. but if you have not, write to llallctt & Co., Portland, Maine, and receive, free, full particulars about work that you can do and live at home, wherever you are located, at a profit of from <?.•> to $25 per day and upwards. All succeeil: lioth sexes; all ages. AH is new. Capital not required; Hallett _ Co. will start you. Don't delay; investigate at once, and success will attend you. —"I reach and reach, but cannot grasp,'' writes a poet. This is the experience of a good many people during this time of icy sidewalks.,

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