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A Much Married Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
A Much Married Woman. Mr, Fowler, of thi, city, wa, m.rriel last Jannary to her sixth husband, ao'l strange at it may see n, five of lirem died exactly two years froru their rn.rri.ge Jay Her present hr-baod bts been sick for the last four mon iis with chronic jaundice, and was given up hv four of our best pbysn.'ian.; as a last resort he usiog Sulpbur Bitters, and yesterday toll orrr reporter that eawfktaj saved his life, smilingly saving that he guesst d Mrs. Fowler would be unable to take a teventh better half for some time to come.—Escharnje.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
— A joker asserts that if there i 9 any one who should be 'rapped in slumber,'' it is the man who snores —"Deeper than e'er plummet sounded" some people', corrghs seem to come from, yet a bottle of Dr Bull's Cougb Syrup will cure them. Il goes sway down lo Ihe bottom of matter, Mai werk, wonders. Ple.ttot to take tod good for •"••igha, colds, croup, bioncbiti,, etc.
LIFE IN OXFORD. A Town Whose Prosperity Depends on the Presence of the University Students. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
LIFE IN OXFORD. A Town Whose Prosperity Depends on the Presence of the University Students. (Cor. San Francisco Chronicle.] Oxford is like a fashionable watering place, or a mountain resort, or a State i capital, or like any other place that depends for its prosperity and life on a special class of transients. When the terms are in full swing it tiourisheth like its own classical green bay tree: when it is vacation, the city droopcth like a prosaic cornstalk in October. When the twenty-six colleges and halls are full, the city is agog with that academic gayety which is natural to the congregation of thousands of school boys, for that after all, is what the students are; when the quadrangles are deserted, the city seems deserted, too. It not only seems to be, but is actually as quiet, as dead, and as dull as the inner temple in . August, for city though Oxford is. it is , first, last and always a university. A map ' of the place shows nothing but a collection of collegiate institutio...
ODD ADDRESSES. Some of the Curiosities Discovered by British Post-Office Employes. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
ODD ADDRESSES. Some of the Curiosities Discovered by British Post-Office Employes. [Home Chimes.) Many oddly-addressed letters daily pasa through the post-offices. Several of the rhyming kind are somewhat remarkable for the poetical skill displayed by the writers. A clever example is given in tho following addressed to Sir Walter Scott during one of his visits to London: Sir Walter Scott, in London or elsewhere: He needs not ask. whose wide-extended fame I Is spread about our earth, like light and air. A local habitation for his name. Charles Dibden. the naval song writer, 1 sent a letter to Mr. Hay. bearing the following address: Postman, take this sheet away, And curry it to Mr. Hay ; And. whether you ride mare or colt on. Stop at the Theater. Bolton. If in what county you inquire, Merely mention Lancashire. A letter addressed as follows was mailed in the Provinces, and was duly delivered in London: Where London's column pointing to the skies. Like a tall bully, lifts its head and...
TAXING LADIES' MAIDS. How the Swiss Tax Foreigners for the Support of Their Government. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
TAXING LADIES' MAIDS. How the Swiss Tax Foreigners for the Support of Their Government. [Churlfston Kewg nnd Courier.] Sojourner* in Switzerland, thnt Ideal land nf liberty. BTC surpris.-d to find that Ih'-v sra taxed lib ■;■ illy for the support of tho Government. Back visitor is expovtod to contribute rive francs a year to the pnblie treasury, and the failure to pay the amount promptly iuvolves a line of twenty francs. Strangers are not notified about the law and know very little about it. The course taken is to let them alone until the time fur paying" the taxes has expired and then pounce down upon and bleed them to the amount of four dollars each. This is thrifty, is it not; Then, iv addition, every stranger is expected to produce a passport and exhibit certificates of birth, baptism and marriage, which is, to say the least, awkward, if not difficult, for traveling Americans. A Charleston lady, who is staying at Lausanne, has had some rather unpleasant experiences in connection...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Doctor Yotiraelf and save money, and perhaps your life. Send three- 2-cent stamps to pay postage to A. P. Ordway A Co , Ilojton, Mags , aod receive a copy of Dr. KanfmanD*:* great Medical Woik, 100 pages elegant colored plates. —Il must give a person an appetite to atudy tbe I.ngutgc of Hungary.
What It Is—What It Does. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
What It Is—What It Does. Hood's Sarsaparilla is made of sarsaparilla, dandelion, mandrake, cherry bark, uva u:si, dock and oilier Taluable medicinal agents long and favorably known foi their power in eradicating disease tod purifying tbe blood. It will cure, when iv tbe power of medicine, Scrofula, Stlt Itbeum, Dyspepsia, Headacbc, Constipation, Biliousness, Genertl Debility, Pains in tbe Back, Kidney Complaint, Catarrb, Female Weakness, Cancerous Humors, Humors of the Face, Ringworm, Pimples, Ulcers, Sores, Tumois, Scald Head and all diseases arising from an impure stale or low condition of the blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla is made by C.1. Hood A Co., Lowell, Matt. Sold by all druggistt. 91; six for S3.
More Money for Your Work. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
More Money for Your Work. Improve tbe good opportunities tbat are offered you aud you will receive more money for your labor. Hultett &amp; Co., Portland, Maine, will mail you, free, full information showing you how you can make from $5 to $2d and upwards a day and live at home, wherever you may be located. You bad better write to them at once. A number have made over 950 in a day- All is new. Capital not required; Hallctt &amp; Co will start you. Koth sexes; all ages. Grand success attends every wot Iter. Send your address at once and se2 for yourself.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
—Ticket-agent: "You don't expect those two boys to go on ooe ticket?" She: "Of course I■' do. It's a twin." ■ —Stop Ibst cough by the use of Cherry Pecto- ' ral—the best specific for all Ihroat and lung tlis- i eases. It will alley idH immation, aid respiration, and strengthen the vocal organs. Ayer's Almanacs are free to all. Ask for one. ,
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
PtmuHt ™ BEST THING KNOWN ™ WASHING"»BLEACHING l&gt; HARD OB SOFT, HOT OR COLD WATER. SATES LABOR, TIME and SOAP AMAZINGLY and gives urf.versul eWtltt/aHioD. Jlo far.itlr, rich or poor sho.ild b« w ilhrn.t it. Sold brail Grocers. BETVAItEuf iraiUliuns well d3aU-.ii-d to mislead. rE.tRI.INE ls tho ONLY SAFE labor s.-tTing compound, and always be-.rs the abovo symbol, mid name of JAMES PYI.E. OW YORK.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
JirJ^PbtlnH^ 1 eft ./\ *'** OLD HONESTY is mode of aid insist BFSffo bacco dnd is made fcChewfl 2 iy/ 0 ' 7/,av, ' ,, &lt; $ it fyejyfclufi is stamped li/cc/be. ctkove Insist bn t/7e genuine, rwode only oy - Jb/in fiTizer^roSMLouisville.Ky- THE TEMPLE Glove Manufacturing Co. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves! MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. Hcpaiiing and Ki'dretaing a specialty. 10 Temple Place, Boom 32, Boston. Take Elevator. t£r~ Two rows, the Latest novelty in embroidery. Special discount to lhc&lt;Joilege tra»k*. may mm AT HALF PRICE. We are closing out a large lot of Gents, regular U 00 Slippers, at $1 a pair. Almj a large lot of Velvet Embroidered Stijtjters ■ 1.50 Goods, Hosing at 75 ets. a pa.ii*. Ladies' $5 00 TRENCH KID for $3.00. LADIES' RI'BBERS, 'IS CENTS. Lowest Prices in Boston. JOHN BATH &amp; SON, 755 Washington St., Boston. Opposite Continental Clothing House. eaveSl tfi SEL El T VOIRT GIFTS OF~ Mora, Crockery, RUGS, CHIXA, JAPANESE BRIC-A-BRAC. ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
(Groceries, |Jrolrisions, tic. LUNT &amp; HARDY, DEALERS IS BBBflflttonLbili.Pork Lard, Hams, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Cor.lnman and Hampshire Sts., C AM BRIDGEPORT. Miller's River Market. W* keep on hand a large stock ol Provisions i OF ALL KINDS. AMD GROCERIES, Which we tal sot a Wholesale and Recail At Boston Prices Orders culled fur and Good* delivered free of charge in Cambridge and neighborhood. John P. Squire &amp; Co. PROPRIETORS, GORE ST., opposite Works, EAST CAMBRIDGE. Medford St. Market Medford St., Somerville. Knep constantly on hand choice aasortmenta of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, Etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail Chas. H. North &amp; Co. CIRERS and PACKERS. HOSTO.V ana »O.Tllßni.l,t •'. H. .VOHTH. 8. 11. SKILTOI. PROVIDENCE RIVER I OYSTERS, HI Ilk. fflfllU 01STERS OPENED FBESH EVERY DAY. J. WARREN GILL, 54 and 56 GREEN BT, Boston, Corner of Stanlford St. H^CMeferidge and S"mer\J...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
l CnreaCc^r v sCV&gt;MsHoMatiua^Crc&lt;^ BroochiLls, - \ &gt; hoo; "i ntr Couffh, Incipient Consnmp- ■ tion, and relieve* conFaropUre ■ persona in advanced stages of ■ the diaetaae. Price aft eta. Ctnt-I &amp;. m + m m a m M mfTßktion. Tbe Genuine Dr. BuU'em atH,n n Cough S'jrup ta sold only In ■ mm white wmuuer*, and boars our ■ mM registered Tradoklarks to wit t ■ lm\\m\ m^ J SD. A BuUsHead in a CirxHe.aßed- ■ j m^m W a Wmm m fB m mW m \ stri P Caution-Label, and the ■ W* m m)ii^Uf/ t W. ■ &lt;*4q7s»S*' BuU &lt;* A. C. Meyer «* Co., Sola! ! —*«.*-' U,b.A, M | SALVATION OIL, " The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain," 1 Will relieve more quickly than any other known remedy. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frostbites. Backache, Wounds, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, &amp;c. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle. ■•■■ H B I a I gSj] aj HI m V^J S Vjhe Best and Purest Medicine^ ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
ygC* TRADE jjgi wf fPETROLINfc} POROUSED PLASTER Gores Backache, hang Troubles Kidney Biseases, Rheumatism, Etc. A trial will convince the most skeptical that they are the best # They are medicated ■with capsicum and the active principl*: of petroleum, being far more powerful in theiraction ;hau other plasters. Do not be induced to take others, but be sure and get the genuine "PetroHne," which is always enclosed in aa envelope with the signature of the proprietors. The P. W. P. Co., and directions in tour languages; also seal on front and back of each plaster. Sold by first-class druggists, at 25 cents each. &lt;PEDACURA&gt; CORK PLASTERS Are the best known remedy for hard and soft corns, and never fail to cure. Price 25 cents. ThePeleg White PrGprietarvGt. MANUFACTURERS, | 113 W. Broadway, X. Y„ U. S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. And Hugh R. (iray, corner of Main auil Colombia street*, District Agent for Cambridgeport. AGENTS WANTED I&amp;2S* Just Published, en...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 8 January 1887
Acme Skates, Dark Lanterns Sleds, Sleigh Bells, j Boys' Tool Chests, Ice Chests BURDITT &amp; WHITE, * ! - 2 and 4 Central Sq., CambridgeportI- — = EO J* SAL, E ! BUILDING LOTS ON SPRING HILL, S LAUREL STREET. ioi j wo I .. I vi 40 40 4 Brick Houses House. 4 Brick Houses 3D not for sale. not for sale. aai I " 2 a 1 E 100 j 60 n a i : ' ~" »~ ! —co ie |§ s ••;-;,« a • .9 10' ■ 1 W : °° «• ! —6o n W § h . j s 3 s 2 I » J 60 I oo 90 1^ g F « b « - 102 I I I | ALICXAWDER EOSTER, 15 Doane St., Boston, or 45 Laurel St., Somerville. ~ CO., Manufacturers of and Dealers in KIIIM&gt;N OE IttOtrLTJUXOS Door., Window Frame., Nn.bee, Drarrrr-Caw., Krackrla, Bats N.wiif, Tar.i.a, Eic, Otlcre and Mlore. Fillet! Up, Stair material FaraiabreJ. L H. BROWN &amp; CO., Proprietors UNION SQUABE, SOMEBVILLE, - (Eagle Shade Roller Building.) $50,000 TO LOAN n turns to suit, on Personal Property, Furniture. Horses, Carriages, and other valuable seouritiet, aa he Office of the CAAt BR...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 43. l JAMES COX, 1 1 Editor aad Propr1 1 tor. I CAMBRIDGE, AASS., JANUARY 15, 1887. — — ■ I Terms, In advance,) 1 52.00 per annum. J PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ip9g jce««, tATCBOAI. J AH. 15. 1887. i. ' ' ' ■ ~ ~ AOVXRTISINd RATES. « Naeh Sqaare. (one Inch J Ist time SI .00 " " each sabsequent insertion .50 AH adveUlssauala will be charged at tbe foresting rates, except when special contracts are
LUCILE'S NEW YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
LUCILE'S NEW YEAR. BY IDA ROWLAND. Alt was the last week of the year. when. , uhe morning, I read aloud this advertise- , Mt: to buy, an antique desk. A liberal price, will be paid for one satisfactory ' it- every respect. i *"Oh, Lucile!" I cried, -'this is your ' chance. You can now retrieve your fallen ' fortunes." And I tossed the newspaper ' across the breakfast-table. Lucile read the advertisement again, and ! ltjpked over, with a sigh, to where, be- ' tween the windows, an old desk, such as I tljp newspaper described, occupied the port of honor. "I should feel as if I were selling my ' giawiiunma's bones," she said, decisively. ■*fwell, I don't believe yonr grandrqpfcher," I began, "would blame you, if si* knew—" ' Here Ruth stopped me with a look, and ' b' gan telling something that had happened lei the store that day. Ruth was sales wo- ' man in the cloak department in one of our gT, at city establishments;. I taught school, and Lucile had been the French instructor in a yo...
BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 15 January 1887
BOSTON NOTES. A new club is to be inaugurated in Boston to be a copy of the Athletic Club in New York. It will probably be located on the Back Bay.—Our distinguished minister, Edward Everett Hale, lately preached in Washington, and was about to close the evening services with the benediction when the local preacher arose and waving his hand to the choir to commence singing, the plates were passed round to collect the "revenue" service, amid the smiles of the audience that it should have been so nearly lost.—The Hon. Leopold Morse entertained many of the visiting statesmen at his palatial residence on Commonwealth avenue. His dining-room is one of the most attractive and elegant in the city. —The public seem to consider that not only the Orthodox Professors but Orthodoxy itself is on trial in the present proceedings. In these intelligent days all men read the bible for themselves and believe that they can trust their own interpretation, and it is unwise to strive to enforce any dogma...