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Curative Power of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Curative Power of Water. There is no remedy of such general application and none so easily obtainable as water, and yet nine persons out of ten will pass it by in an emergency, to seek for something of less efficacy. There are but few cases of illness where water should not be given the highest place as a remedial agent. A strip of flannel or a folded lengthwise and wrung out of hot water and applied around the neck of a child tbat has the croup will usually bring relief in ten minutes. A towel folded several times and quickly wrung out of hot water and applied over the seat of pain, in toothache or neuralgia, will generally afford prompt relief. This treatment in colic works lit_e magic. We have known cases that have resisted treatment for hours yeild to this in ten minutes. There is nothing that will so promptly cut short a congestion of the lungs, sore throat or rheumatism, as hot water when applied promptly and thoroughly. Pieces of cotton batting dipped in hot water and kept ap...

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The Liquor Code of Turkey. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

The Liquor Code of Turkey. A common impression prevails to the .fleet that the Tutks, among their other virtue., number that of sobriety. This cannot be literally true, for our late minister. Mr. ("ox, hag been investigating the matter. The Turku have laws upon the subject of drunkenness and its punishment and this is one of the clauses: ''Intemperance is proved either by admission of the person accused or by witnesses who haveseen him in the act of drinking. The flavor of wine from one's breath is not sufficient proof; he may have eaten quinces, which give the same odor." Of course every man who is fond of the bottle will lay it to quinces. It is possible that quinces supply in Turkey the place of cloves in American bar-rooms. Very few men will admit being drunk, even when their tongues and legs become hopelessly tangled. Iv vicvy of the punishment provided in Turkey for the offense, it is presumed that quinces have to bear a heavy burden. "Punishment for intoxication is 'good advi...

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Cure Yourself. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Cure Yourself. Don't pay lar_i- iloctora" liilN. The liest mi-il-ii-al liook |itililislir<l. HKI pilars, i-li'-sut colored phitcs. will lie sent lo yon on rco-ipt of three 2-i-i-nt stamps to pay poeta*;*-. -UUVBwS A. I*. Onlway A Co., lloston. Mass. —"How ever ilid you jfet tin- heels all siTaiied off your shoes:" askeil ( ora. "I was at a tolioi;--_:iiiiii_ party la«t nlfrlit," replied Mamie. "And iliiln't you know what to tlo with your feet J*' "Why. of course I iliil." was the scornful response: "hut the {iititli'iiian in front of me wa. a iniiii.ter, anil I thou)(ht he miKht lie offeuded if I put tin-in iv his lap." —The lireath of a chronic catarrh patient in often so offensive that he cannot go into society, ami he liei-oiiics- an object of disgust. After, tinii- uliiration sets in. tlie spongy Inines are attacked aad Iteqaeßtl. entirely destroyed. A constant source of ilisi-oinfurt Is the iliipping of the purtileiit se-ritioiis Into the throat, sometimes producing ...

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AN APPALING HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

AN APPALING HISTORY. r_r. John Tf. t .i, i.u-li. an Army Vetcm n or W.a.nelil, 'likes a Slar.lli.i_ Dlacoirry. flioston Advertiser.l The following narrative is _o graphic, so ir.lcresuu-' and so valuaiiis. that we give it for the benefit oi ou:* iwiders. in Mr. Furbush's own words. He 5.:.79: "I cm imp. lied to ______ this statement, not only fcr the bra-fit of my fellow veterans, but for the t..ous-;.ids of people who are to-day in the t-re- test danger Snd who do not know it. 1 enlisted as a member of Co. D. of the -Sth M_~sach--setts regiment, possessed of hope : . n 1 visror: I retired at Iho clo_e of the war bankrupt in both. The Brat si_:i 1 had of comi n g iron ble was a stnai.-c r -stlessness. I was not aliiid of battles for I had :i.:.c 3 ed through many of-hem, but I was very tul-.-ims. My head ached and my appetite was poor. 1 felt a faintncss at the pit of my stomach aud a bad taste in my mouth, while my skin was sometimes hot and sometimes cold. I tried to throw these f...

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Wisdom in Eating. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Wisdom in Eating. As a universal rule In health, and with very rare exception in disease, that is best to be eaten which the appetite craves or the taste relishes. Persons rarely err in the quantity of food eaten; nature's instincts are the wisest regulators in this respect. The great sources of mischief from eating are three—quantity, frequency, rapidity—and from these come the horrible dyspepsias, which make of human life a burden, a torture, a living .death. By eating fast, the stomach, like a bottle being filled through a funnel, is full and overflowing before we know it. But the most important reason is, the food is swallowed before time has beeu allowed to divide it into sufficiently small pieces with the teeth; for, like ice in a tumbler of water, the smaller the bits are, the sooner are they dissolved. It has been seen with the naked eye that if solid food is cut up in pieces small as half a pea, it digests almost as soon without being chewed at all as if it had been well ma...

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Showing Politness to the Aged. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

Showing Politness to the Aged. It happened at Athens during the public representation of some play exhibited in honor of the commonwealth that an old gentleman came too late for a place suitable to his age aud quality. Many of the young men, who observed the difficulty and confusion he was in, made signs to him that they would accommodate him if he came where they sat. The good man bustled through the crowd accordingly; but, when he came to the seats to which be was invited, the jest was to sit close and expose him, as he stood, out of countenance, to tlie whole audience. The frolic went round the Athenian benches. But on those occasions there were also particular places assigned for foreigners. When the good man sulked toward the boxes appointed for the Lacedaemonians, that honest people, more virtuous than polite, rose up all to a man. and with the greatest respect received him among them. The Athenians, being suddenly touched with a sense of the Spartan virtue and their own degen...

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It is a Curious Fact [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

It is a Curious Fact That the body is now more susceptible to benefit from medicine than at any other season. Hence the importance of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla now. when it will do you the most good. It is really wonderful for purifying and enriching the blood, creating an appetite, and giving a healthy tone to the whole system. Be sure to get Hood's Sarsaparilla, which is peculiar to Itself.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

—A new baby had arrived at little Johnny's residence, and the youngster was admitted to take his first look at the little stranger. He surveyed it calmly for a moment, and then looking up exclaimed enthusiastically: "His face is just the color of Uncle George's, Gosh, but he must be a hard drinker. —Energy will do almost anything, but it cannot exist if the blood is impure and moves sluggishly in the veins. There is nothing so good for cleansing the blood and imparting energy to the; system as Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Price $1. Six bottles, $5. Sold by druggists. —AU mankind are happier for having been happy, so that if you make them happy now, you make them happy twenty years hence by the memory ot it. —"Neither rhyme nor reason can express howmuch I value a cure I've found for my weak ankle," she said. "What can it ber" "Fancy a woman never having heard of Salvation Oil at twenty-five cents a bottle." —A weak mind is like a microscope, which magnifies trifling things, but cannot recei...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

slTfie Greatest Blood Purifier /S B KNOWN. # I I Thla Great German Medicine I. tbe_r_. ■ ■ -hcapest and be.t- 128 doscaof sri.-_r «* M ■ Pill KBlTTEKSforil.OO.les.-ilh.-inJF 5 I Hone cent a dose. It will cure Uu-M A* ||| Sm worst rases of skin disease, fromJF rwi Hi common pimple on the face_F 4* m* ■to that awful disease Scrofula.aT $ Dl ■ sULPHT-t BITTKItS Is the# £ Wt ■ best medicine to use In all_F *» |j| ■ case, of such stubborn and_Fy our n\d |H ■ deep seated diseases. Do_fney»areout|i ■ not ever take _fof order, t -.- 11l □ BLUI PILLS #si-M'iil-kQ "**k i_B ■ ly. Fl«<»you/tru.tln#y^»™^ a |*oM ■ 3ULPHUB. BITTEKS,# m „ a, fL wh * ,t ****" ■ ■ the purest and bestirJ"*". nae || ■r^ ,eT Bitiersln Q with a vel low sscky_rDon't wait until yon Q ■ snh-ta'nce? lsyo_r_fare unable to walk, or ■ ■ breath foal and-f7are flat on your back. 111 ■ __"en_rre ? V oiirJfout get some at o nee, It 111 ■ stomach la outaTwlll cure you. Sulphur 111 ■of order. U-eifßlUers is ||| H St InTall...

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

" Ml 2;. | N Y and TKefoMowirii stam/i oh every IJiJ I_£J ItX. of the *senu.l_e. Conta '*^|^^^ o _S^___&»B___^______***_______r^ ESTY ari #% TluCr / tobacco / P-__P"l F^^S ismadc «JO.c I ifll from the tobacco I BEST than any ' or otfie»_ £ 511 I _f_L_*a _Er_fl chewint) l> lu -W mm\\JL ZMMM iLi oni j Simi la r JbHHHb9Hbb_-_________Bb---_-E .^7Q__L d , CHEWlNQtobocco «mJ\ s^,^ ita/ be pood for SMOKINQ; \TsK «|A)LD HONESTYkso/d ty Y our d*m»\s / JOHN LOUISVILU.Ky\ Mind Over Matter!! MIIS. DE. £. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport Mass A Young: Man Taken ont of Danvsri Insane Asylum. I was called to visit a young man in Pan vers Asylum who was considered hopelessly insane, and found the case a bad one. Through fear of being murdered by some one else be was seeking opportunities to take his own life. I was told by physicians that his case was incurable; but faith In my system of practice caused me to dissent from their opinion, a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

jnsnraiut. Five Dollars Wilt Insure against aooii>j__::_\t. $5,000 in Case of Death. •-5 Weekly Indemnity. For all information call upon J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, lIVSIj It.s_._N C£, 813 MAD. ST., - Over Post Office. H. BIRD & CO., j Insurance. JNo. 559 MAIN STKEET. Royal -Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets or any Company in the United States j London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. [fljgpSeveral other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, "The Old and Reliable In- ! nurance JMgency." VV. B. Haslings&Co. rnsnrance Apnts, No> 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. Jo. 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston C_r**o_lee boor. In Beaton from 1 to S P. M. ORDERS SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as herntofore. W. B. BASTIiIOS. r. W. HASIIXOf. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, M...

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

plumbing anb <_*as fitting LEVIHaAWKES & CO Plumbers, eJanitn ry Work a Specialty 599 MAIH ST-. CambridgeportLBTI HiWS.ES. JOBS CBAWFOBO JOHN J. LONG, PLUMBER & GAS FITTER, DU CAMBKIDOK BTBEET, East Cabiikidob. (Residence, Xo. 112 6"or« Street.) All orders by mall or otherwise promptly attended to. REMOV _*.!_.. T. TrV. JE_f_iLl_,_EY, {I*ormerly with Brock Bros.) Flulu and Sanitary Yeniilatioi, Has removed to No. 27 Brattle Street, Next door lo Worcester Bros. Telephone 701-. WiEUffltel dmm TOAIXMAHK. Soap Never varies, does not contain one particle of the adulterations used to reduce the cost of PURE GOODS But DOES possess the FULL VALUE of every Legitimate Washing Quality, which gives it every advantage over Soaps of doubtful character; practically recommended by other manufacturers in imitating it. None should he deceived, however, as the word BMfIM and the Clasped Hands are [stamped on every bar.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

(Sroc-rits, Urobisions, tit. LUM & HARDY, DBALKBS IH BeeiJuinMPorl. Lard, Hami, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Cor. Inman and Hampshire Sts., CAMBEIDQKPOETMiller's River Market. We keep on hand a large stock of " Provisions Or ALL KINDS, AND GROCERIES, Which w. sel vote Wholesale and Recail At Boston Prices Orders called for and Goods delivered free of charge in Cambridge and neighborhood. John P. Squire & Co. PROPRIETORS, GORE ST., opposite Works, BAST CAMBRIDGE. Medford Si. Market Med.ord St., Somervllle. Keep constantly on hand choice assortments of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail. Chas. H. North & Go. CURERS and PACKERS, BOSTOJT and SOMEHVIEEE o. a. aoBTB. a. h. skiltox ■SJrt*|TTlTT*° be lnatl '■ C"t thls;out and return U ■ J HI Ii II to ua and we will send yoa free, sonicHl II 111 Ii I thins of (treat value and Importance 111 I | to V" 11 - ll&gt...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

CatarhH £LYS CREAM BALM Cleanses the ■^^SS^L o *l Ht ' lul ' A l «ayBr^^ c Inflamm a t i on. Heals the Sores. ____** / *'_-?__■ Restores the _____■ _/ mmmmr SenseB of 'Taste. Smell, Hearing. A quick Relief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied Into each nostrel and is agreeable. Price 60 cent, at Druggists; by mail, registered, 60 cents. Circulars tree. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owcgo, N. Y. How Lost! How Restored! Jußt published, a new edition of DR. Cclverwki.l'k Cklsbrat£D Essay on the radical cure of Sperma torrlicea or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Sentlua Losses. In.potency. Mental aiid Physical Incapacity Impediments to Marrlaxe, etc.; also, Consumption/ Epilepsy and Fits, Induced by self-indulgence, or sexual extravagance, Ac. The celel.ra.te_l author, in this admirable essay, clearly demonstrates from a thirty yean* successfu 1 practice, that the alartutnn: consequencea of neli'-abuse may be radically cured; pointing out a mode of cure at once simple, certain and eff...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 2 April 1887

__.m 1 aPv *■' *___tB ' m' m Mm. m ' ' BOSTON* MASS. & PORTLAND, Ml. Atrvi o_"i *___-___*ra*r ° UNHEARD OF BARGAINS In all kinds of Hatful HO-S-HfitD OOOfB. Failor, wm, lii Bum vi Wei Mtiri; Carpets, Crockery. Glass Ware, &c., in Endless Variety. SaM /"or C_»F«■» iy.TAI_tJ.iT.. VT, «-tfi SeUtlOO WoWA./<__*els Jwt-#_ > Jt.MS-1 «suf Ittaar JTonlA, or #f» wort X for As Dow* -at- *- jser __wbb*. w»0->a_>_-_.-T_tl.-_D J_-_--t«oa-t_liJ-_»oryiK a-.., jr. g., Jfa-a, ..VX., < Cwa-B. CHAMBER FURNITURE ««l In Ash. Oak. ws_J| fc. ■ ■ Birch. Cherry. J X II Pmß * Walnut i I HKfilß.' _H _____r_____l \1 Latest Styles, •^JUB«^»^BBw|^»^^wal At prices that are sure to move the goods la a hurry. W. are boW__ to f_***__■ We Save a ft-l-atied solid BLACK WAL-eUT Chamber Bolt, lO piece, t H-fass., t» 9AAJMA. AS ASH SET, fall-sized bed, and -ante style a. the abere me-Uoael wmlsnt sat, _r_h ths same style bureau, with wood tops,...

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

The Cambridge VOL. XXII.—NO. 2. I JAMBS COX, 1 1 Editor and Preprletor. i CAMBRIDGE. MASS., APRIL 9, 1887. j Terms, In advance, I I »2.00 per annum. I PRICE FIVE CENTS. (Ik IftSsW, flje Cambridge JJre** • ATCRDAY. APBII. 9. 1887.

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IN GOLDEN FETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

IN GOLDEN FETTERS. — He was twenty-three, liomely, awkward, un< ducau-d. uncultivated, .-low of thought aud speech, just escaped from the dull, grinding routine of haid labor on a farm. She wa. eighteen, clever rather than intelligent, energetic ambitious, quick in every motion of mind and body, f-md of society, .•lid possessing a combination of agreeable manners and i-aicastie wit which made her • leader in it, wherever sbe might be. What womb r I hut when ihey met as schooluiales in a little Wi stern college that he .-hauld fall in love with her with all the strength of his deep slow nature. Cailiariue Ashton paid but little attention al tir.-t to her ungainly admirer; then i amused herself a little while with him; ! then as his attentions began to assume a j chatacter too serious to be made a matter ft»lje*t, she ridiculed him in public, snubbed prim iv private and at last ceased to notice ■ him altog.-thei. ueemiiig litis the best way j in rid herself of an unpleasant...

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A Great Battle [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 9 April 1887

A Great Battle Is continually going on in the human system. The demon of impure blood strives to gain victory over the constitution, to ruin health, to drag victims to the grave. A good reliable medicine like Hood's Sarsaparilla is the weapon with which to defend one's self, drive the desperate enemy from the field, and restore peace and bodily health for many years. Try this peculiar medicine.

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

—A Kansas man has a lemon that weighs six pounds twelve and one-fourth ounces. Sunday schools desiring to use photographs of the weed to stir into water for picnic purposes are nowbeing supplied.

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