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Money to be Made. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Money to be Made. It is (aid that dall lime, are not known by tbe if*.la far tb* great pablhtbing bouse of George Sliosoo A Co-, of Portland, Maine. Tbe reason of thi* erceplional success is found in tbe fact ibat thar always gif. the public tb.t wli'cb is keenly »ppreci.ted *nd at price* tbat all can afford. At arucat, w* understand, tbeir agents are doing waadorfally well oa several new lines- They need BVMy more agents la all parts of tbe country. Tb-Me who need profitable work should apply at oac*. Women do a* well as men Experience i* aat a*c***ary, I. r Messrs Stinson A Co. undertake to show all who ar. willing lo work, not bard hat earnestly, tb. path to large success. It should bs r.m.mb.i.d tbat an agent can do a handsome Mni-M witboat beia_ away doru bom. over •ia*ht. A not ber advaal.ge—it coats aotbing lo giv. lb. business . trial, .ad .a ■eeui can devote all hi. lime, or only bi* sp»e momenta to il Btiaaoß A Co guarantee-fraud succeis to all who .a*.--, .ad follow simpl...

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BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

BOSTON NOTES. Everything Russian is now tbe height of fashion. Russian literature, particularly novels, on which Mr. Perry has written so fine a criticism in Scribner's, Russian furs and wraps and sleighs, all are acceptable trinkets in the eloquence of their books or beauty of material from this land of despotism and barbaric splendor. At our afternoon teas are often seen the Russian samover in which the tea is made on the table, retaining its exquisite aroma and drank as in Russia, without cream. Mr. Rosenbaum, on Boylston street, at his elegant costume apartments, has a specimen of the Russian samover, which is a piece of workmanship of brass so gracefully shaped as to be a very handsome ornament for the drawing-room table. At the foot of it is a lamp and also a pipe to which gas can be carried, and in the body of the samover is a receptacle for hot coals heating the water around it, and on top stands a pretty little teapot from which the beverage is dispensed. The love of these ...

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Wide Awake for 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Wide Awake for 1887. Hall ■ dozen yeirs ago it itemed impossible for Wide Awake to be mmc besulilul or more attractive, yet year iflcr -ear it bai gone on, adding new features md developing old ones, until il seemed it list excellence cm no umber go. Its wealth of stoiies, sketches, poetry and illustrations furnish an inexhaustible reservoir of enteitainnient and iniliuction for th* meml-era of the family circle, old is well as youog, md its monthly visit is like i riy of golden sunshine in lb. household. Wide Awakk tills every demiud 'or • liisi-clisi migizioe for cbildien in tbe way of amusemeni, sol til valuable reading, stimulating ihnti,-bt* and suggestions and arti.tic illustrations Price 21) cents. I>. I.otbrop & Co., rublishcis. Boston.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

The Boston Star says Dr. Kauf—lann'a great book on disease*, its causes and borne cure, wilb fine colored plates, is rhe best work ever published. A copy will be sent Iree to anybody who sends ihiee 2 cent itirnps, to piy postage, to A. P. Ordwar — Co., Boston, Mass. —Tbe pain and misery suffered by Ibose wbo ire ifflicled with dyspepsia ire indescribable. Tbe distress of the body is equalled or surpassed by tbe confusion and toiluresof tbe mind, thus makiug; its victims suffer double affliction. Tbe relief that is given by Hood's Sarsaparilla has caused ihous.nds lo lie thankful for this great medicine, ll dispels Ibe causes of dyspepsia, and tones up tbe digestive organs. Try Hood's Sarsapai ilia- — Oncol llcrj-iri officers said lo in Irislimin wbo was driving I boric of most wretched ippcinoce, "I guess, my mm, I will have to urrest you for cruelly to animals " "Faith," responded Pat, "if v. arret me for cruelty to animals, Oi'll have vc urresled for cruelly lo me woile and 10 ch...

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If the Sufferers from Consumption, [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

If the Sufferers from Consumption, Scrofula, and General Debility, will try Scott 1 Emulsion of Pure Cod Liver Oil, with Ilypophosa pbites, they will find immediate relief and ■ permanent benefit. J)r. 11. V. Molt, Brentwood, Cil. writes: "1 have used Scott's Emulsion with great •dvanlage in case* of Phthisis, Scrofula and Wasting Diseases generally. It is very palatable."

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

HALE'S HONEY ii the liest Cough Cure, 25. 50c., SL, GLENN'S SULPHUR SOAP task and beautifies, 25c GERMAN CORN. REMOVER kills Corns & Bunions & HILL'S HAH A WHISKER DYE—Black & Brown, 50c. PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DROPS cure in 1 Minute, 23c. BEAM'S RHEUMATIC PILLS n > bos cure, 50c.

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The Size of London. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

The Size of London. Every four minutes makes a birth—even while I spend two hours in writing this, thirty babies will have been born and twenty deaths will have taken place. London has seven thousand miles of streets, and if you took them for a morning walk at the rate of twenty miles a day, you would have to walk almost a year—and more than a year by fifty days, if you should lay up Sundays. Aud if you were a thirsty sort of traveller and couldn't pass a drinking shop—don't be alarmed—the seven thousand miles have five and seventy miles of drinking shops — public they call them. So you need not think of thirst. How do these people live!—as you do, by eating. They eat a lot. I can't go into figures, but you can take your slate and figure up how much .they swallow every day, for in a year these London folks swallow down 500.000 oxen, 2,000,000 sheep, 2,000,000 calves, 300,000 swine, 8,000.000 head of fowls, 500.000.000 pounds of fish, 500,000,000 pounds of oysters. 200,000,000 lobste...

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Historical. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Historical. —Arabic notation was introduced into Europe in the tenth century. —The term -'Islam," which is applied to the religion of mahouiet, is an Arabic word and means salvation. —Caesar's laconic despatch, " Veni vidi vici" was inspired by the rapidity with which he had overcome Phai naces. —The university of Oxford was founded in the ninth century. The earliest German university was that at Preyon founded in 1350. —The earliest bank established was that established at Barcelona, which was founded in 1401. The bank of Geuoa had its origin in 1407. —The use of the pointed arch or Gothic style in architecture dates to the closing yearsof the twelfth century, aud originated in northern France. —The House of Hapsburg, the present ruling family of Austria, came to the front with Rudolpii 1., King of Germany, in the thirteenth century —In Germany, till the reign of Charlemagne at the close of the eighth century, there were no towns except a few that had been erected on the Rhine and ...

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How Unpleasant [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

How Unpleasant it is to sec * beautiful child's face disfigured with rile humors, burning tbrougb tbe skin in pimples, blotches and sores, aud sadder still, when tbe young aud innocent sre laughed at and twitted in all such cases. Patents should give them tbit good md pure remedy, Sulphur Hitters, which wili search and drive out of the blood every pirticle of bumor.

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"The American Analyst" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

"The American Analyst" Says ol Pomeroy's Petroline Plasters: "Avery carelul examination has failed to fii.d any deleterious substauce, but Ibe ingredients are calcnli'.ed to produce tbe very beneficial effecti cliimed." Sold by druggists .md H. R. Grey, Cimbridgrpoit.

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War Ahead. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

War Ahead. There is gresi danger of war with Mexico In the near future, but al present we can pursue Ihe arts of bappiucss, piospeii'V and wealth. Wherever you live, you should write to Hallett £ Co , Portland, Maine, md receive free, fill! inlormili.n about work Ibat you can do and live st home, earning Ikcretiy from $> to $2o*nd upwards duly. Sonic have earned over $o0 in ■ day. Capital not required; you are stalled tree- All is new; both sexes; all ages. Par, as ibove. guaiinteed, from first start.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

JAMIE'S PEarliNE « BEST THING KNOWN »« WASHmG^BLEACHING lIIAM BI SOFT, IfT 01 COLD WATEf. ■ATM LABOR. TUCK aad SOAP AM AZDKII.I, aad give* inlverwU uufarfactioo. Xa family, rich or poor should be without It. SoldbyiH Grocers. BCWAREof imitations wbß rWlgiuirl to mislead. PKABUXK U the O_XY lAra labor-saving compound, aad always boars the above symbol, and name of •TAX—I PTUS. MBW YORK. sUTIs _TTI XT'" - 1 * lu * d< *- tu t this out an.l ri-lurn 11 hi ll V'" v * a ' 1 "1 w '* wll> *- e,H * you rre -*' •~»ieIflfl I IhlajroT-rrMt valu-, and lui|i..rtauct' ■I II ll I I I to you, that will .tart you In business HVAIU A which will lirliii you lv mors money Ha—i away tk a.a aavthlax rl*. Iv ml- world. Aajrsa. M*__lvsrku4!l-Vilko-_. Either sri: ill axes. •a*M—la*2 BOW. Ih—t J-sat c.l.s luoncy for all workers. W. *vW Mart ywi; eapiui n-.t -rcsl«l. This Is one of m» mamma*. Imparu.l eha*-ces of a luVUuie. Those who asaamammmaam aad aaimrpr lalnv will uol delay. Uraud eiI...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

11l vow frY*o u*etfte Sartre tobacco Tor both cht\rj\nt and SrnoKintp you'll have, cither a boor c/iew or a boor &rnok*x.. |f you chew,try Wriicn is not only The /)er cent more. Tobacco than OhYotfter brand or Similar Quality and is therefore, the, CHEAPEST in the market Every ft.us is sTamped Rnzeß'S OLD Don't take any ot/ier. THE TEMPLE Glove Manufacturing Co. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves MADE TO ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. Repairing and Red rousing a specialty. 10 Temple Place, Boom 32, Boston. Take Elevator. t3T* Two rows. th. Latest novelty in embroidery. Special discount to the College trade. Removal of Stable. Tbe Subscriber begs to Inform tbe public tbat be baa removed bis LiTery.Hact, Boarflini & Sale StaWe From ISM AX SQUARE to the commodious stable Cor. Ellery and Harvard Sts., Lately occupied by Charles E. Raymond, K_q., where he will continue tbe stable butanes* in all of Its branches. A continuance of public patronage Is solicited. J. E. FABYAN. Cam...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

• Jnanranx*. Five Dollars Will Insure against _^ccir>_Brsi.r. $5,000 in Case of Death. 25 cent* Weekly Indemnity. For all Information call upon J. ST. CLAIR WHITTEMORE, INSLRANC£, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. ■• BUI & CO., Insurance. No. 559 MAIN STBEET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest asset* of any Company In the United State* London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. other Insurance Companies represented. 18647 1887, "The Old and Reliable Intnranee Agency." W.B. Hastings & Co. Insurance Apt., No- 89 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. 10.7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston l-yofflce hours In Boston from 1 to 3 P. _, ORDERS SENT BY MAIL PROMPTLY Al TENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore W. B. HASTINGS. W. W. BASIIBOS. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCOKI), MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 186. SURPLUS J...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

j fPETROUNE? POROUSED PLASTER Cares Backache, LcingT-rsobles Kidney Biseases, Rfieamatism, E~ 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 -.ban other plasters. Do not be Induced to take others, but be sure and get the genuine "Petroline," which b always enclosed in an envelope with the signature of the proprietors. The P. w. P. Co., and directions in four languages; also seal on front and back of each plaster. Sold by fir_t-cla__ druggists, at 25 cents each. <PEDACUHA> CORN PLASTEfrS Are the best known remedy for hard and soft corns, and never fail to cure. Price 35 cents. ThePelegWriitePraprielarY-t. HANUFACrURaKS, 113 W. Broadway,-J". V., U. 8. OF FIRST-CLASS DRUGGISTS. And Hugh X. Uray, corner of Main and Columba streets, Diltiict Agent for Cambridgeport.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

H Caution.—The (rea-*«Hs»*-il>i« ort bear, our »esriseeredTr_l».Mirk,a_ao_' {_*_mtl» aignature. A, a Meyer — Co, Bole P--or«tetoi-i7—l'-iio**-N !!<_,_■&_, DR. BULL'S COUGH SYRUP For the cure of Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Incipient Consumption, and for the relief of consumptive persons in advanced stages of the Disease. For Sale by all Drug, gists. Price, 25 cents. I THE GREAT | [German Remedy.! nTRUTHSFORTHESIGK.n II II Bilious Spellsdepend for a case where.Si; i.-l II II onScLPHCßßrrnsss phue Bnr_RS willlM U| it will cure you. not assist or cure. It||| a S-2-. B Ithattiredandallgone Cleanse the vitlatedlß feeling; If co, use I,looa whe - - ou geeH sulphur Bittebs ; _j lmpuriuen bnrrt-lfl it will cure yon. inr through the skin 111 Operatives who are InMinples, Blotches,|| —closely confined In J?* *>res. Bely onH _the mills and work- ?_Fg^*2y2HS ■ shops; clerks,who<lo I*" 1 healtn Will ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

Acme Skates, Dark Lanterns* f Sleds, Sleigh Bells, Boys' Tool Chests, 'Ice Chisels*BURDITT & WHITE, 8 2 and 4 Central Sq., Cambridgeport. THREE GOOD WORKING GLOVES! The first, the best. Bnch as yoar grandmother uaed to knit; joet re ceived from Maine, the smell of pines in every pair, 85 cts. H_T LINED HOGSKIN _^0 Most popular with drivers. Best made, waterproof, durabe, soft and very warm. Three styles. $1.25, FIFTY CENT QLOVES. In a long series of years we have never been able to show such a variety, such heavy and good stock in these low priced gloves as we now offer. O. CJ. W. _PTJ_L._L.__C_a, 561 Main Street, ..... Oambridgeport, B STOVES, RANGES AND FURNACES, 480 MAIN ST., CAMBRIDGE-PORT. We Want the Earth! J^_ /i TO KNOW THAT WE ABE SE_LI»fOI -AND— EVERY KIND OF FURNITURE To Adorn your Homes at the VERY LOWES! HBBtfc '" "" Either for cash or on our special credit system. Re-cfiha tssmffuig and Carpet Laying Specialties. Vial our Furaitu re Emporium and be convince...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 12 February 1887

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887

The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 48. I JAMES COX, 1 i Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE, MASS., FEBRUARY 19, 1887 I Terms, In advance, I I 82.00 per annum. I PRICE FIVE CENTS. The Press %\)t Cambridge $Jress SATURDAY. FEB. 19. 1987.

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