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Cured of Rheumatism. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Cured of Rheumatism. Mr. Lawrence Van Wart, West oCth street, N. Y.ssys: "I used Pomeroy's Fetroline Plaster, for inflammatory rheumatism, and was cured, after trying all other remedies without avail." Sold by druggists and Hugh B. Gray, Cambridgeport. I saw Etan kissing Kate, The fact is, we all three saw, For I saw Esau, he taw me, And .he saw I saw Esau. . Be Your Own Doctor. It won't cost you one half ss much. Do not delay. Send three 2-ceut stamp, for postage, and we will send you Dr. Kaufmann's great woik, fine colored plates, fiom life, on disease, its causes aod cure. Address A. P. Ordwsy &amp; Co., Boston, Mass. —"Hullo, Mike, I hearyerona strike." "So I am. I struck for fewer hours.'' "Did you succeed?" "Indeed I did. I'm not wording st all now." HAL-*- HONEY i. the hot Cough Cure, So, BOc, *L ".LENN'S SULPHUR SOAP he-is and bcautifie?, _Sc GERMAN CORN REMOVER kill. Corns &amp; Bunion*,, 25c HILL'S HAIR * WHISKER DYE—Black &amp; Brown, SOc PIKE'S TO...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
PEarliNE « BEST THINB KNOWN »■ WASHDTG**»BI_EAC--ING ■ un n tan, mt •■ nu watel ■AY-B LA-MEL, Tims aad SOAP AX AZ~ DH-LT, aad gives *■'versa- satisfaction. Sa fnaßjr. risk or poor should be without it. 3-Hbya-Qrosers. BKW-Hot imitations ■W■ -le-yaerl to mUle-d. F-JARIJITE is tbe 4E-BY BAR btbor-a-vtng eompou-d, aad ' altMft bears tbe above symbol, ud name of JA-TO —fUt, jr_fW YORK.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
OA __^O^kCHEW _W_m\m _j_\ ■m. v \Sjm\\ Special ly yonjM se w/^ ldHonesty CHEWINQ TOBACCO Ihe Ihe cheapest, old honesty contains IO ber cent more. Tbtacco tfian brand of similar flUfl'''Jy &gt; Triis tobacco is/or che.viii.bq_y and not for 3mo*_*ts&gt; M&lt;»*-*ie only &amp; 2 John F^-a.er2F_BrO*s.,LouiSVi/le ) Ny. 1 THE TEMPLE Glove Manufacturing Co. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves MADE TU ORDKR AT BHOBT NOTICE. Repairing and Redressing a specialty. 10 Temple Plaoe. Boom 33, Boston. Take Elevator. -_T- Two towe. the LMeet noi-elty In embroidery. Special discount to the College trade. HOLIDAY PRESENTS AT HALF PRICE. We are closing out a large lot of Gents, regular $2 00 Slippers, at $1 a pair. Also a large lot or Velvet Embroidered Slippers • 1.30 ", Ooodl, closing at 7-5 cts.. 8. paii*. Ladies' $5 00 FRENCH KID for $3.00. LADIES' RCBBEBS, *5 CENTS. Lowest Prices in Boston. JOHN BATH &amp; SON, 755 Washington St., Boston. Opposite Continental Clo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
(Sroctrits, llroirisions, etc. LUNT &amp; HARDY, IIUUIU IB Beel|ntton J Lai. l Por_ Lard, Huns, Smoked Meats, Sausages, Poultry and Canned Goods. FRUIT and VEGETABLES. Cor.lmnan and Hampshire Sts M CAMBRIDGEPORT* Killer's River Market. We keep on hand a large stock of Provisions OF ALL KINDS. AND GROCERIES, Which we .el hole Wholesale and Retail At Boston Prices Orders called for and Goodn de livered free of charge in Cambridge and neighborhood. John P. Squire &amp; Co. PROPRIETORS. GORE ST., opposite Works. . BAST CAMBRIDGE. Medford St. Market -tedford St., Somerville. Keep constantly on band choice tMortmeiiU of GrROCERIES, PROVISIONS, CROCKERY, Etc At Boston Prices, Both Wholesale and Retail. Chas. H. North &amp; Co. CURERS and PACKERS. BOSTOJT assd SO.ytEKWIt\£.E C.H..VOHTII, t. B. S-lI.TON PROVIDENCE RIVER OYSTERS, IE II Wi k WHililL. OVNTERS OPESED PRESHEVEBY DAY. J. WARREN GILL, 54 and 56 GREEN ST., Boston* Corner of Staniford St. and Soraerville cars ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Ones Cods**-., Colds, Hoane-MS, Ci-onp, is-tma, I Brc—chi-.ia, Whooping Cough. Incipient Consump- ■ ___r___j_. tic-n, -nu relieve, conmmpttve ■ _s__B_X_-GT--. p-noiu In ad-ranced *rt__ge. of ■ Mr tbe dtoia, Pr.ceJS.M_, Orm-H __Br___.__i__s_&lt; w__,''°». The Genuine Dr. J_*_ir.B msQmW vt Cough Synp la sold only -*&gt;■ HirAU- swapper., and bear. oUr__| ~M _■_ _H registered Tr_de-__u-. towltil mW'AwL ABiU'mnead in a Circlt,aSed- _ -_-__Blßrtp CVi-tlo»-_-VI, and th.B WmMmR mmmtnc-eiTatieeixnntuneatJohn W. ■ --VSeSt*- Bull de A.C.Mf~r &lt;* Ox, sole| _ SALVATION OIL, "The Greatest Cure oa Earth for Pain," Will relieve more quickly than any other known remedy. Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Bums, Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frostbites, Backache, Wounds, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, &amp;c Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle. l**l _■ 11 iH i | THE GREAT | ■German Remedy! nTRUTHSFORTHESICK.n HT- ! MBllioosSpellsdepenu' for a case w...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
SPETROUNEJ POROUSED PLASTER gores Backache, bafig-Itoables Kidney Biseases, Rheamatism, Etc A trial will convince the most skeptical that they are the best They are medicated with capsicum and the active principle of petroleum, being far more powerful in their action -han other plasters. Do not be induced to take others, but be sure and get the genuine "Petroline," which is always enclosed in an envelope with the frigmture of the proprietors, The P. W. P. Co., and directions in four languages; also seal cm front and back of each plaster. Sold by first-class druggists, at 25 cents each. CORJJ PLASTERS Are the best known remedy for hard and soft cot-S, and never fail to cure. Price 15 cents. ThePeleg WhttePrsprtefe-fY 6s. MANUFACTURERS, * 113 W. Broadway, N. Y„ TJ. S. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. And Hugh R. tiny, corner of Main and Columbia streets, District Agent for Cambridgeport. AGENTS WANTED 'w-hfisr 1 Just Published, entitled o Or ■ THE EEBEXXIOTT. A wonderful book by the great Ch...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 22 January 1887
Acme Skates, Dark LanternsJ CM J C1 . , D „ Sleds, Sleigh Bells, Boys' Tool Chests, Ice Chisels! BURDITT &amp; WHITE, 2 and 4 Central Sq., Cambridgeport BUILDING LOTS ON HILL, SOMERVILLE. ' &gt;■ 3 LA UREL~STREET. ~~~ 101 I iai ~ no •KM 40 4 Brick Uonses Home. 4 Brick Hou.es 3D not for sale. not for rale. em\ 1sT : _ ' X 100 CO 81 2 — m j «— * — s B 9 *'■■■" \* » 9 2 101 ! a! ■ I » —» is M S ■ S j* s ; | «0 j «0 60 90 !•! tr It** n » » 5 5 102 I ALEXANDER FOSTER, 15 Doane St., Boston, or 45 Laurel St., Somerville. SOMERVILLE MOULDING CO, Manufacturers of and Deale.-s in KINDS OE -WCOrJIL.T&gt;I-V&lt;a-S Deero, Window Frame, (._._.., Driw.r-C.in, Brnckrli, Bm. Hfawlßg, T-rni-K, Etc., Oder, a«d Mteree Filled Up, Stair Material Far-i.hc*-. I. H. BROWN &amp; CO., Proprietors UITIOir SQUABE, SOMERVILLE, - (Eagle Shade Boiler Building.) $50,000 TO LOAN n Bum. tn .ait, on Personal Property, Furniture. Hone., Carriages, and otber valuable aecur_t.es, ...
THE TELEPHONE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
THE TELEPHONE GIRL. "Well," said Mr. Roland Wayne, when be came into his office, after several days' illness with ■ wretched neuralgia, which affected him whenever the east wind blew," "you got some one for the telephone—did you, Burns?" "Yes, sir," the head clerk replied. "The young lady has been here since Tuesday." "Young lady!' exclaimed Mr. Wayne, testily. "Why do you get a woman? A bicker's office is uo place woman." "Why, you see, sir," said Burns, with an Obvious embarrassment and apprehensive glances toward a light oak partition, behind which tlie new operator sat in concealment, "you didn't say any tiling about that—onlyCat Mr. Kichards had his hands full with 4fe. wires, anil tbat there'd bave to be iome one to take charge of (he telephone; so A "That Is just like you, Burns," said Mr. Wayne, stamping back into his private office. "Any one else would have known better." "Why, you sec, sir," said Burns, defeni wvely, as he followed him back, "I didn't ,hluk it would make m...
Labor Reform. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Labor Reform. Mr. Editor,—The working class of Ihe United States, native and foreign, teem to be just now afflicted with a very dangerous brain fever. Everybody it thinking, thinking rapidly .deeply and desperately, and everybody wants hit or her thought, to be at once turned into a great reform movement. There it scarcely a man or woman among our working class to-day tbat doet not think out at least half a dozen "reform" movementt and their remedies every day of the week, until the toiling portion of the country has become convulsed with a confusion of thought th.t would be highly entertaining were it not to alarmingly dangerous. Like a flash comet the thought, like a flash comet the ttrikc. Think to-day, atrike tomorrow, it the order and practice of the day among tbe wage-workeri. With your permission, being slightly but not daugeroualy afflicted with the labor brain fever myself, I would suggest tbat piece-work in all labor be done away with, and that a graded tcale of weukly pri...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Children Starving to Death On account of their inability to digest food, will find a most marvellous food and remedy in Scott's Emulsion. Very palatable and eatily digested. Dr. S. W. Cohen, of Waco, Texas, lay,: "I hare used your Emialtioui in Infantile watting. It not only restores watted tissues, but gives ttrength, and increases the appetite. —Cbarlet J. Simpson hat told to Andrew Jonet, for $1,600, land corner of Orchard and Beech ttreets. —James Pyle't Peatline it the very belt assiatant for washing or bleaching, ao matter whether by ate of cold-or hot water. As t labor-wing article ilxicseives especial mention.
What Christian Science Does Not Heal. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
What Christian Science Does Not Heal. We are constantly reading and hearing of tlie cases healed by the Mental Science treatment. It seems lo me it would be well to say a word about the cases that are not healed. We are every now and then being told of a case where the scientist has seemed to fail, and the teller of these failures has a very exultant ring in his voice, however much he may sympathize with the friend who goes on in his suffering. I wonder if these people who are so ready to point out the cases failed upon, ever think to make a little study of the matter! I think, by the manner in which they speak. we can safely say they do not. Eighteen centuries ago we read of this M"Utal Soieticj treatment, and marvel over the wonderful demonstrations Jesus made. Such demonstrations, that for centuries they have come down to us, earning with them the words of the great Teacher: -'lie ■111 ft «aa&gt;,rttoe mmk* ftlw.t .-*&gt; shall he do atso.™ Yet Jesus did not promi...
BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
BOSTON NOTES. While balls, reception, aod altera*** t*M*Jaf, continue iv high lavur yet tobojntataißf, Otarlwa, iurportaiiou fruov Canada, it lib* Saagtaowttto colon aod cm Tor table ia ttyk. Iv Caaaeia tha ditfereul clubs bave eacL tbeir owl mil eft, • fashion wbicb it begiunrng to prevail lean, the Dorchester Club adoption red aud Trhlln Hint. The loug fitting ulatert at. iriintneu roaed taa bottom, the tleevct and hood witb bright eaten and the toque hia a buw ol ribboa to match. A lonic saab with laatelt it worn aiouati the waist, and inauy obtain the h.udtoueu Caaadiaa ntooc.eius of buckskin embruidered wi b beads. Mr. X. Ueroo-Allen tbe profettwr of falteuttry, ha. received much atleotiou io Bottoo, being baudsouie, intelligent .oil well bred. Ur». Turner Sargent, Mi J alii Weird tf.we. Mr. Samuel H. Butaeil and Mitt Buroe t with m.oy other day liujiuisbed people bave entertained him, aod tha hospitalities of the Souicr ,et, Botolpb, aod Sav.ru Clubs b.ve been exteoded to biio...
Political Contributions. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Political Contributions. An order bat been offend ia the House noairng political committees to make a public oncost ng of tbeir expenditures. W* belief* that the Jambiidge Republican Ward and City Ctwaiallto* let a good example in this direction by tenrtiag te :very contributor to iti fundi a detailed ililamtat if receipt, aad expenditure.. Coolribaten te tlection lundt bave a perfect right te knew hew their money it ipent. If political committees wan more communicative in tuch matters, Il is potato!, that the work of collectiog mosey weald b* limplified. —Boston Journal, 2tih test. Tbe Journal it right ia iti conjecture that the Cambridge committee hat taken lb* initiative ta tbit important matter. While feeling that contributors to campaign funds believed in ihe hoee&gt;t disbursement of tbeir doontioat, jet it wa* thought tbat greater tatisfaction would be felt by them te know for what purposes tbeir money was expended. The name of each contributor is recorded by the Trea...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Bbt..C. F. Brooke •eyt that bit little girl ii troubled with aaalarm very severely, and that aince be gave her Salphar Bitten, be nerer tbmki of leaving New York for bit aummer retort without a few bottles, fat they alwaj• cure hia family. —A new device is called the "bacbelor barton." We bare aot teen it, but we presume it leeks eery much like . tbingle nail ran through two botes ia t waistband.
The First Keen Twinge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
The First Keen Twinge. At the tenon advancer, the peine aad achat ay which rheumatism maket iiself knows, an experienced after every expoauro. It la set daisies* that llood't Sartaparilia it a specific for rbeaaati.ra —we doubt if there a, or can be, each a reeaey- But ibe thousand* benefited by Usaafs Sartaparilla, wan ant ut la uryiog others whs suffer from rheumatism to take it before the ant keen twinge.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
Frescott's Look Out! A A good article always ha* its imitators. and we now wish to have it thoroughly understood that there is hut ONE "Excelsior Baking Powder," and that ALWAYS has the cut of Wm. Prescott on the label, with the words ''Manufactured l&gt;y Willey. Leonard &amp; Co., Caiubridjieport, Mass.," directly underneath. All Powders represented to you to be Prescotfs Excelsior Baking Powder that F *.# K-S | I fl I f\ W\ drr not have t lit* above, are frauds, and will r m. 11l I fi\ 111 || not °e-Kuaranteed by us. If your grocer Uat mm " ™" " " will not procure the genuine '-rrescotfs a. aaaiim ■% Allin I" I*l Excelsior" for you, drop us a postal and HIIKIMh f uWULII we will see that you are supplied without delay. ABSOLUTELY PURE. MAXCFACTCKED BY GROCER FOR IT WILLEY, LEONARD &amp; CO. 284 1-2 BROADWAY, near Elm Street, CAUTTOXI So* that thi. cat I. on every CAMBRIDGEPORT. ZMZTTRiPiEarsr &amp;c 00., HATTERS, 4 CAMBRIDGE STREET, Under Hotel Bowd...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 29 January 1887
SHIRT AGENCY. / \ THE CELEBU.VTED y "" j "EIGHMIE" fe DRESS SHIRT. ;. : jigl TUIs Shirt it Kuarairteed to 111 and et better than »ny Shirt Mavde to LJ iPI r&gt;rJ*r. Every |t«rt«n knrtwt tlr.t the set of tire hosem and oesk-banrl is ,C3 O/ tire prlnr-ipal part of a tlrlrt. Th. " Kirrhmie" I'atent Shirt 1. made only 1 1-5 /-.,/ from the best material, for tirst-cla** traile. The lms&lt;&gt;m can be worn a li rjl week witltouta troak or wrinkle air.l Kuararrterd to outwearth.Shlrt. I g J H Price, lnlaundered, $1.; Laundered, $1.25. \ I ; / The "Klfzhnile" He-Enfonerl Leader Shirt nradv fr.m Wamsutta Mm- \ I i I lin, 1000 Linen botrrlu. VV 'J Price, Unlaundered, 75c; Laundered, $1.00 Each. \(_ ije/ tTlts, SALE ONLY BY Irr'rM.g-erner.s, use rone unlets JOHIVI IYI. JO!\DA.IV. :^,T l - 198 COURT BTREET, opp. Smlbory, BOSTON. jbusiiuss garbs. DENTISTIY. Teeth Killed and Kxtracted without pain. New Process. Sets Made. Prices ltiducetl. Work War ranted. DR. W. A. MILL...