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An Infant's Weight. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
An Infant's Weight. The Journal of Education says that an Infant lose* from three to six ounces in weight during the first four to six days alter birth; by the seventh day it should have regained its birth-weight; that from the lifih month it ought to gain about live ounces per week, or about six drams per day; after the fifth month about tour drams a day; at the lif th month it ought tv have double its birth-weight, and in sixteen months quadrupled it.
An Obliging Husband. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
An Obliging Husband. Lady Arden complained of a toothache. All the remedies used on such occasions were applied, but still she found no relief. At length she decided on sending to Edinburg. a distance of fifty miles from Clydesdale Castle, for a dentist to extract the suffering tooth, and when he arrived she declared that her nerves were unequal to submitting to an operation unless she saw it performed on some one else lirst.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
—"There has never been a breach tpf promise ease before a Colorado Court," says the Philadelphia News. Women are so scarce out there that when a fellow gets a girl he yanks her up to the altar if he lias to put a lariat ou her fa* a necklace. —It the Middle Ages the giving of a glove waa a ceremony of investiture in bestowing lands and dignities. In England. in the reign of Edward 11.. the dispensation of gloves was a cereuiouy of degradation. —An article is going the rounds ti eating on the best methipd of putting potatoes away. A family of a about eight, including three boys and three girls, can put away potatoes about as successfully as is necessary. —Margaret Mather has married the first Addler in her orchestra. It is understood that be has long been Maggie's bow. —James Pyle'a Fearline i» iip-t a soap but a -Washing Compound—a great invention for -axing toil and expense without injury to tbe tp-x--tore. color or han.pl-&gt;. Pcariine is the champion of ail p-ompouiuls f...
Conversation. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Conversation. A talent for conversation has an extraordinary value for common, everyday life. Any one who lias this gift enters in a social circle anywhere. How everyone's face brightens at bis entrance. How soon he sets all the little vvhe.-ls iv motion, en couruging the resources of tlie reserved and shy, subsiding tin. facile, and making everybody glad and happy. To converse well is not to engross the conversation. It is not lo do all the talking. It is no: necessary to talk with very great brilliancy. A man may talk with such surpassing pow. r and splendor its io awe ihe rest of the company into silence or excite their envy, and so produce a chill v.here, his aim should be to piodu.e heat and sunshine. He should seek the art of milking others feel (|uitc nt home with liim, S-. thai, uo matter how gi eil (, .. I]lV Ue |,j g attainments or reputation, or huw small may be theirs, they find it insensibly just as natural and pleasant talking to liim as bearing liim talk. Tlie iiil.-n...
You [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
You will never regret semlim: three 2 eeut stamp* to pay postage, to A. P. Orilway &amp; Co., Hostou, •Mi-s., for a copy of Dr. Kallmann's great Medical Work; 1(H) pages, colored illustratioiiH; of great value to every family. i
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
—It is reported that eighty pretty girls are going from AVellesley College to heathen lands to become missionaries. This object should be discouraged. A number of young men would lw sure to follow them for the purpose of becoming heathens. —All medical authorities agree that catarrh is no more or less than an inflammation of thcj lining membrane of the nasal air passages. Nasal catarrh and all catarrhal affections of the head are not diseases of the blood, and it is a serious mistake to treat them as such. &gt;"o conscientious physician ever attempts to do so. It is held by eminent medical men that sooner or later a specific will l&gt;e found for every disease from which humanity suffers. The facts justify us in assuming that for catarrh at least a positive cure already exists hi Ely's Cream Halm. —An English surgeon says that people who use rocking chairs the most get deaf the soonest. Kockiug also hurts the eyes anil makes people near-sighted. This may all be true,...
A NARROW ESCAPE. The Graphic Account of a Most Wonderful Occurrence. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
A NARROW ESCAPE. The Graphic Account of a Most Wonderful Occurrence. [Kiugstoti C prrcspondence Uoston Globe.] An event has taken place in this city so | remarkable in its uutu: e that I venture to desc ibe it in lull. The principal in the affair is Mr. J ere Simih. sou of jlr. Cornelius B. Smith, of the IjLate Insurance Department at Albany, who is well known, stands very high and is in every way reliable. I have had a long and most interesting interview with mm, which I transcribed and send you in his own words, trusting it may prove valuable to your readers: "During last year," he said, "I could not understand what was the trouble with me. I had always felt strong and hearty, but I gradually became aware that something was undermining me. I first began to feel drowsy and then in a day or two I would be nnnatarallj wide awake. Strange pains would come in different parts of my b-nly. My head did not ache much but It usually felt heavy. I was sometimes hungry and sometimes I nated f...
To the Women of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
To the Women of Cambridge. As the time draws near when the Assessors make their annual visit, it has been thought advisable td call the attention of all women to the fact that the method of qualifying for School Suffrage is a very simple matter as arranged by tha Legislature of 188(5. Those women who dp not pay a property tax, desiring to vote for School Committee.' have only to ask the Assessors to lie assessed for a poll tax (of fifty cents, which will enable one to 'vote for two years, thus making the annual amount only twenty-five cents.) or. if not at home when the "Assessors call, the request must Imp in writing, ready .to b given to them at the door, stating "occupation and age as near as may lie. and residence on the first day of May of the preceding year." Any woman is eligible, according to the Statute. (Chap. (i. Sec. 8. of IMS..). •' who is a citizen of the Commonwealth, &gt;l years of age ami upwards * • « who has resided in the State one year, and within the ci...
Change of Base. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Change of Base. Yesterday Gilhooly told his landlady that he was going tn withdraw from the canvass and put up at some other boarding house. '•Why, Mr. Gilhooly. what can be the matter? Isn't the hash the best the market affords?" ''It isn't that, but the young lawyer in the next room to mine is tlie cause of it all. He makes speeches all day to au imaginary jury." 'T see, he disturbs you." '•On the contrary, he puts me to sleep, so that I am late getting down to the office." "I don't know what to do," said the landlady, "unless you were to change rooms with him.
Curing the Measles by a Tumble. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Curing the Measles by a Tumble. One of Ihe most remarkable pathological cases on record Ims just occurred at Perigueux. A patient in the hospital suffering from measles jumped out of one of the windows at 4 o'clock in the morning, and fell a distance of four or five yards into the garden. He was at the time at the period of the strongest erupti.in. Awakened by the pain caused by the fall, he walked about in his nightshirt for some time, the thermometer standing at eight degrees below the freezing point, until he succeeded in waking the concierge, when he returned to bed. The next day his complaint had entirely disappeared. This mode of cure, however. is not generally recommended by the faculty.
Something New [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Something New and most important. Hallett &amp; Co., Portland. Maine, can furnish you work that you can do at great profit and live at home, wherever you are located. Kither sex; all ages. Asa P. Hand, Westlioro, Mass., writes us that he made $80 profit in a single day. Every worker can make from $5 to $-&gt;5 and upwards per day. All is new. Capital not required; you are started free. Full particulars free. Send your address at once.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
—"I hear Miss Brown wants the post office," remarked Tompkins. "Indeed," said Brown. "Of course the salary isn't large, but it will help her some, I suppose." "Yes," said Mrs. Brown, "and there are the postal cards, too." —By the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, elasticity of step, buoyancy of spirits, and the bloom of health, may be restored to the system which bas become eufeebled with disease. The best vitalizer and blood purifier is Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Sold by druggists. Price $1. —Talk about women being flighty! Look at bank caahiers. HALF'S HONEY a the beat Cough Cure, 25, SOc, *T* GLENN'S f L'LPHUR SOAP heals and beautifies 25c GERMAN COSH REMOVER kills Corns &amp; Bunions 25c MIL'S HAIS &amp; WHISKER DYE—Black &amp; Brown, SOc PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 25c DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PILLS are a sen cure, SOc
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
BAILEY &amp; EANKIN Successors to CHIP MAN S SONS &amp; CO. ■ This is not an instalment store, but a first-class Carpet House. Nothing but Hut WM will sell to reliable parties. Carpets nt the Lowest Oash Prices, by i'''.v*»g " p***t down, and the balance by the week or month. All of the iiistiilnient Stores charge 20 to il per cent, more than regular cash prices. We sell our goods to nil at the same price. This is the only Exclusive Carpet Store '■' Boston that has ever made this Cor. Court and Hanover Streets, BOSTON. Mind Over Matter! MRS- DR. E. J. ANDERSON, MENTAL, PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport. Mass Another Severe Cast* of Cured. I w!i-&gt; sorely afflicted with the worst type of Erysipelas in my faYe, wbii-li was so badly disfigured aad swollen tbat 1 was obliged to keep it heavily veiled, A j-art of the time I WM ■ oiitin, &lt;l to my ran by The dreadful disease. It would gut her aud bre.-.k into running sores iii my nostri...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 30 April 1887
Car&amp;s. wTaTcuTrrTe.Td.dTs7, (Snrg-eon Dentist,) ' Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. At Boston Dental College Friday Afternoons. "WILLIAM Surgeon Dentist, 613 Main St., Boom 1, Central Square, CAMBKIDGEPORT. Residence,—No. 28 Fayette Street. P. ALLBT LDIKKT, i Deputy Sheriff of Mllesei County, CAMBKIUGEPOKT, MASS, OFFICE": No. 613 Main St. Telephone 7343. Boston Office: -■'&lt; Court Street, (Room 14.) HITLER, UAXA &amp; Dl(kSo\, Attorneys and Counsellors at Lai, 34 SCHOOL STREET, BOSTON, | &gt; Itooms 31 aud 3*. Savings Bank Building. J. 11. Butler. .luiues Pa***, William Dickson WM. H. MARTIN. Attorney &amp; Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, n.1.4 CAMBKIIHiEPORT. tl &amp; HALE, Attorneys &amp;. Counsellors at Law Rooms 39 and 40 Rogers Building, 209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. B. KICHAKDHOM. B. B.HALS *."Mr. U-tie's residence ia 3»7 Harvard street Cambridge, tf. C. F. APPLETON. Gemlemen'sShoes, 13 COURT BTRRET. BOSTON...