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Cured of Weak Back. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Cured of Weak Back. 11. M. Randolph, Uro.dway, N. V, says. "1 tried many physiciau*. and .11 other plasters without avail, nn;il your Pc'roi.oe Plasters were recommended which made a complete cure.'' Of druggists and IPR. Gray, Cambrulgepoi-t. —"Why arc they called pyramids, p. :" .sked who was looking hi a picture of those wou Icrs of Egypt. •■ They arc cslled pyiamida, my son," iep!:ed the laiber without hesitating, "beca-.isc, you scp, they appear amid the general desolation ol IB* de-el..
The Boston Star [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
The Boston Star '«&gt;, Dr. Kanimauu's gu-at book ou diseases, its causes .ml horn,- cat*, with line colored pi ties, is ihe best woik evei published. A copy will be sent lice to anybody who sends thiec '2 cent -tamps, to pay portage, to A. V. Ordway ,£ Co., llosion, Mass.
Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Consumption Cured. An old ,-liv-ii-ian, rcii:i d Iran practice, hsviug ba.l placed la In. h laoa bj ■■ X ist India mission.ly the int inula of a simple vegetable icmcdv lor the -p.-. dv ami perraaßaal car. ot CisaMxaatßra, lit-jucli.'is, eatarrb, Asthma an I ail Tlttßat ami Laaa ABecti .n-, also a pi.-i'ivo aud radical euie for Neivous Debility ami ad Nervous C'omplainis, after In, :n' tc.u-d ps wond-rhjl curative rowers in thousand- ol rases, lias felt it his duty to makeit known lo his BaaaTasa fellow-. Actua-od by this uio-I ve ami a dc-iic to iclieve bumau •oAeribx I will -.-ml. 11 pc of ebarg-.,t0 all who desire i', Ibis iccipc, in German, Kn-iirl. or Encdi-b, wilh lull dirci-lion- l-ir 11. pal, ii -2f ami 11- iuif. Sent by mail by a-ldn-.-ini: wnli .tiiiiiti, aaBUMI this paper; W. A.. NoVi;s. I pi Fomor't fffcrl. Hockeeter, .V. )'.
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. The New Bridge and Also a New Railroad Terminus in Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
A GREAT OPPORTUNITY. The New Bridge and Also a New Railroad Terminus in Boston. Editor Cambridge Press :—More than | two years have passed since a large and. enthusiastic meeting of the citizens of Cambridge was held in Union Hall to express their views upon the project of a new avenue and bridge to Boston via West Chester Park. This project was fully discussed, and a unanimous feeling expressed in its favor. A committee was also appointed to appear before the city council to report to them the action of the meeting, and to request that immediate steps be taken to initiate this enterprise. The matter was referred to a special committee of the city council, and carefully considered, and a unanimous report made in its favor. Acting upon the recommendation of this report, the city council passed the proper order for its construction, and also executed an agreement with the Cambridge Embankment Company, by which this company agreed to till up its large tract of land to grade, and also t...
How Unpleasant [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
How Unpleasant it is to see a hcanlifi.l child's lace disfigured with vile huu.ois, barstlaf tl.rouob the skin iv pimpics, blotcl.ts and soie - , .ml sadikr still, when the *waat and innocent sre laughed at and twitted in all such cases. Parte!* should nive tlicm that Kocd and pine remedy. Sulphur Hitters, which wili seatch and diive oui oi the blood every pain le of humor.
If the Sufferers from Consumption. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
If the Sufferers from Consumption. Scrofula, and Gcaeral Debility, will try Scott' Eesslaioa ul Pars Cad I.ivcr Oil, uiib Hypu|dto»i pbftee, they erill fisd immcilnte rtliel ami a permanent beceiit Hi. 11. V. Molt, Hientwooil, C'al. »i-ill's: "I bavc need BeoU'f KrouUion will, great advantage iv easel of Phldiehi, Scrofel* ami Waning Diseases crucially. Ii a eery palatable." WITS BOKI i, die : sa C aga Core, SB, 30c., «L ÜBPTt HILPHOB SOAP 1.c.,'. and beandac*. 25c anUUm CORN RFMOVER eats Coras B Baaions, ■ARCHILL'S HALT &amp; WHISKER DYE—Wack ft Brew, 50c. PIKE'S TOOTHACHE DItOPS cure in 1 Minulc, 25c. DEAN'S RHEUMATIC PiLLS arc a su~ cure. 50c.
Housekeepers' Alphabet. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Housekeepers' Alphabet. Apples. Keep in dry place as cool.as possible «ithout freezing. Brooms. Hung in the cellar-way to keep soft and pliantCranberries. Keep under water in the cellar; change water monthly. Dish of hot water set in oven prevents cakes, ect., from scorching. Economize time, health and means and you will never beg. Flour. Keep cool, dry and securely covered. Glass. Clean with a quart of water mixed with a tablespoon of ammonia. Herbs. Gather wifen beginning to blossom, and keep in pap|r sacks. Ink stains. Wet ftvith spirits of turpentine; after three houijsi rub well. Jars. To prevent.? (get husband to subcribe for the home pifper. Keep an it-count offlall supplies, with cos and date when purchased. I.ove lightens labor. Money. Count carefully when you receive change. Nutmegs. Prick with a pin, and if good, oil will run out. Orange and lemon peel, dry, pound and keep in cracked bottles. Parsnips. Keep in; ground until spring. Quicksilver and .white of egg destroys b...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
I a "VThe Best and Purest EVER MADE. /_.&lt; / ""*4)vrtwill.lrivi-thelliim.irrrom.v,,ti r tj. m, aii'l make your skin -o v ';-, and BBoaSa. Thus.- -*, '.- ▼_JfsW-Pta"Ple* and Bint. In s||J S &lt;~/'■•/ ''/. wbi.li mar vmir kcaatyS &lt;y \ naM ' bvtopureg \*j 1. nnd can I ..-HI V 4L '*. 4.,/V- T y*Lren,ove.llnasl,,,,t| /y, ';,''■,. ' r If v..v ar.-|! 1-Jb.V? X J %\* X VVV' R ;'•'&gt;,&gt;;'"'" 4'C"&gt;The D**»sß a *4&gt;lV'V g - % *&gt;. snuill—only a tea7"4j_T--y v / /v (. 0 0,. ■■■ spoonful. * '4 b%)at anil 'o .(. ''/• '/• iu«IK-inc. Try it, aaJX*. '&lt;/, «X 4s yoiinillls? s.'.istled. a,,A_v| Lie. it ot your Uriws-ist. Vt j DOXTW.VIT. ■ l I If you arc siiTTcrii.ir fri.in TvM2*4k * uoy liiscas,-, ami v.i-h to live tsivlbold ajw. ns- BCUPUTB BirrElt9]"4)K S bey ne-ve r tai 1 to cure. Sev-1 3 2&lt;ent stniups to A. I. Oelway &amp; | Ho ~ -I. Mas*., for best mc-.lical wore published? .
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Genuine. I I"". £ I ASI I- *■*&gt;•«•./ lo r every wLD HONE STY CHEWINQ TOBACCO "Hie best is "fte cheapest, old Honesty conTains lobe.Yce.nt more, fbtacto t/ian brand ofs\m\\ar quality, "Triis tobacco isfor c/iewini on/y' and riof" fof Srnos;i&gt;i&lt;}._Mode_o"br -LV . m af. * John fTrtier !f|ro's.,Lo uisvi/le, J\y. Mind Over Matter! MBS- DE. E. J. ANDEBSON, MENTAL PHYSICIAN, 613 Main Street, Room 10. Cambridgeport Mass A Sample of the Dot tor's Wonderful Power to Heal. I fell down stairs and was confined to my bed by severe Injuries In both lower liiubi*. They continued t to swell until one burst; the worst ivpeof Kiytdpelas set in, proud Mesh gathered, the skill of mv physietiin was batned; I could j;et no relief from any source and gave up all hope of recovery. In this cou-lition I employed Dr. Anders, n, who. in six treat-nt-iiU, so f..r reduced the intlainn.ntiiin and swelling that I c uld wear ivy boots; and after thirteen tieatmenU I was tmmpttttlg cu...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
insurant!. Five Dollars Will insure against ACCIDENT. $5,000 in Case of Death. WrnmW Weekly Indemnity. For all information call upon J. ST. (MIR WHITTEMORE, IMSIIBAIVeE, 613 MAIN ST., - Over Post Office. H. BIRD &amp; CO., Insurance. No. 559 MAIN STREET. ~~ Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. largest assets of any Company in the United Stales London &amp; Lancashire Ins. Co., Liverpool, Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., | Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Bostou. other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887. " The Old and Reliaf&gt;le tnsttrante etgeney." W.B. Hastings &amp;('o. Insurance Apts, No. 89 Cambridge Street, East! ( aniliridjce. \o. 7 EUHAXGE PLACE, Boston yofflci hoar* In 80-ton from 1 to 3 P. M. j IUDER3 SENT L-Y HAIL I'BOWI'ILY Al TKNDLD TO. Losses promptly adjusted aa heri-.tofore . w. a. hastinos. r. w. BAB] inos. MIDDLESEX I MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company ; CONI.'IIKD, MASS. Incorporated March...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
PROVIDENCE RIVER OYSTERS, lEI Milk 4 (..Mil IiISTEBS OPENED FBESH EVEBY DAY. J. WARREN GILL, 54 and 56 GREEN ST, Boston, Corner of Stnnlforil St. pyCamfcrMg* nnd Somerville rats (.a,. In ,n&lt;i DR. HOOKER'S ni in I in" WpSYBIIP tfcs: croup r-sss: throat Indorsed by Physicians. Used by thousand*. IT WILL CURE YOU. IVOOPII'.ni.V IT. .Mother*, you ran conquer that ilrco.lrul foe, CIIOI'P, with It.. Have it on has I and wive the Child. Sold by Druerjsts. TRY IT PATENTS, Caveat*. Trade .Murks anil Copyright. Ob niim-il, and nil other bnalaeas in tbe U.S. Patent Office mi. n.1e.l to for MODERATE PEES. Oat office I* opposite ti,e fj. S. Patent Offlal nnd wo .nn obtain Patent. In las* time Hum Hum: remote from WASHINGTON. * Send MODEL Olt DRAWING. We advise a* to patentability free of chants: and «» nrake No CHARGE I'NI.KSS WE OPTAIN A PATENT. We r.-f, r. hero, to the Post mast.-r, Ihe Suntnf Money onler Iliv., and to nllleinls of the Kg. Pat,lit niliee. For elreular, mlvli-e. term...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
Removal of Stable. The Subm-riber to inform the public thut he ha.« removed his LlTei7. Hack* BoartiDj[ &amp; Sale Stable From I X.MAX SQUARE to Ihe commodious stable Cor. Ellery and Harvard Sis., Lately occupied by Charles E. K.-iyiiiond, Esj where he will limits the stable business in all of its branches. A eonlinunii'-o cf public piuronane is solicited. s J. E. FABYAN. Cambridge, Oct. 1, isso. /-£* TRADE lS*\ JPETROLINEJ VO, MARK. ,&lt;*/ POROUSED PLASTER dares Backache, LangT-reables Kidney Diseases, Rheumatism, 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 f.tr more powerful in their action .hanotherplasters. Do not be induced to take others, but be sure and «t the genuine "Petrolinc," which is always endosed in an envelope with the signature of the f proprietors, The P. W. P. Co., and directions in our languages; also seal on front and back of each plaster. So...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
* Cores Ccujrii. Colds, Eoarsentm, Cronp, Ambmm, Broaclatis, it'hoOj'ing Cough, InclpissntCotuajnpticn &gt; an " relieves conftumptiTe jt&amp;XS&amp;JSb. persons in advanced itajfes of g&amp;p thedisessew Price 25 cts. Gut* bbbbLbbbbbbbbbf' Wk'' o *' 7ha *D»". Bt*U'« PV HuCoupi* Syrup la sold only tn wktmchiie teravpers, and boars our JffS registered Trade-Marks to wit 1 A Bull's Head in a CircU.aßed- &gt; aaCTif| lajaTlMTifc Striy Caution-Label, and the f ac-eirnllo rrignnt tirea of John W. T At2Sr%U$W' Bull st A. C. Ueyer ct Co.,Qo\b tJt - prop's.BtsltJniora,lfal, U.S.A. SALVATION OIL, " The Greatest Cure on Earth for Pain," Will relieve more quickly than any _i other known remedy. Rheumatism,™ Neuralgia, Swellings, Bruises, Buras.aaß Scalds, Cuts, Lumbago, Sores, Frostbites, Backache, Wounds, Headache, Toothache, Sprains, &amp;c. Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 Cents a Bottle. 1 (Sromies, tic. pJNT &amp; HARDY, DEALERS IS Be...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 19 February 1887
IflHNvniLl'Y. ""S" UUniIOUII Ohiibmisi. Cure. Diphtheria. Croup, Asthma. Bronchia.. Neuralgia. Pn.nmonia BSaaSaaaaSS. BlMsUna at tha Lungs, Hoarsen.**, Influenza. Hacking Cough, Wnooplna Ooturh, Catarrh. Oholara Morbus Drasn. ■ANODYNES All who buy or order direct from us, and reque.t It. .hall „celr e a certificate that th. mow".haa -gSSaSan^^ MOST WONDERFUL I ||tJ|MI"AIT UHImLN I UP"*"" N£ W HUB mbrM RANGE, ift#BiJi S TOVES. RANGES AND FUBNACES, m ImINQ 4SO MAIN ST " CAMBRIDGKPOKT. Sf3mffflr , S|ret'ial Ciwrnlaa \3f Furnace and Range Repairing a Specialty. We Want the Earth! -—-ygggjv TO KNOW THAT WE ARE SELLING Parlor Sets, Mirrors, Pillows, Mattresses, Bureaus, Oil Cloths, &amp;2 -ANDEVERY KIND OF FURNITURE To Adorn your Hemes at the VERT LOWEBT PRICES, Either for cash or on our special credit system. Re-upholstering and Carpet Laying Specialties. Vl»l ur Furniture Emporium aud be convinced lhat we mean what we say. GILES &amp; FULLEETQN, EBERLE BUILDING, UNION St...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
The Cambridge Press. VOL. XXI.—NO. 49. I JAMKH COX, I I Editor and Proprietor. I CAMBRIDGE. MASS., FEBRUARY 26, 1887. I Terms, In advance, &gt; 1 52.00 per annum. I PRICE FIVE CENTS.- The Press. fife $ambri&amp;§e §ttss SATIIKUAV. IKB. S«. 1887. ADVERTISING RATES. Each Square, (one Inch,) Ist time $1.00 " " each subsequent insertion JO AH advertisements will be charged at tbe (brefotac rates, except when special contract* are savaUae.
A NOBLE REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
A NOBLE REVENGE. Anywhere else she would hare been culled Maud, but Smoketon people were too busy making money to pay proper attention to diphthongs, so by them she was simply called "Mod." Mod's surname was Bangs, the vowel of which was unduly prolonged by the Stnoketonians. as her diphthong was unjustly shortened. There was nothing visible heroic about Mod. She was the eldest daughter of a Smoketon operative, teaching in one of the Smoketon public schools. She was small and slender, awkward in person and 'movements, with a pflMruding forehead, lifeless looking sandy hsjlr, and small, dull, unexpressive eyes. Stephen Dare was not a bad fellow. ejgstchtlly in his own opinion. He was a hfcvMj.ome young giant, witli a frank, tMrry face, usually obscured by a cloud (frsoot; for Stephen, though only twentysjjrt years old, was a "boss" at Brown's Rjfttl, the largest nail mill in Smoketon. lf« was well off, too—very wealthy for a prove whose richest men only counted by tt-ns of thousands;...
BOSTON NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
BOSTON NOTES. For the next six weeks Lent holds supreme sway, and those who have not improved "the shining hours" must sit down and mourn in sack-cloth and ashes. But sewing-circles, lee ures and clubs will flourish, and those who see in Lent a religious necessity will try, by kind acts aud prayers, to make their own lives and those of their friends better and happier. Music, with its never ceasing charm, will interest its votaries among other attractions. Frau Anna Clark Steiniger announcing a series' of concerts to be given in the Old South Meeting House, commencing March 3d. The best Boston critics givehcr high praise, saying that she plays so well and so feelingly that to hear her is a great pleasure; another writing that her earnest sincere aud becoming treatment of her composer makes her an especial exponent of the best writers. The calendars which appeared this year were charming in their varied designs and delicate execution. Those from John A. Lowell &amp; Co. are r...
Aunt Nabby at the Theatre. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
Aunt Nabby at the Theatre. I Bos. ing City. Mastvchusetts. I Keb'y 15th. 1800 aud 87. Deer Edittr. —Ar —die—Koo! Ar—che— Bitot 1 You must excuse me for beginning my letter snecziug, but I've got a bad cold. I gut it to Ihe Theatre hirst teste, the ini-u folks kept i'peniug and shetting the doores so offin. Strange, men earn! set still aud see a play out, they dont, key hartf ser much strength as wiiniuen folks do, they hefier keep going out. ti-r rtrt. I noliss most all on em come baclf. chewiu Clove*. I did wanter tell em Cloves wuz i ale dry in to the blood, an the verry wust things they can eat, but yer caint man r tell a man euiiytliin—if 1 wuz to say to one on em '•Sir you're mistook, if yer think yer'll keep warm che win Chives, for they'll dry yer blood all up," he'd larf iv my face an say 'that's an old woman's notion.' How much these Theatre folks must make; it seems a shame for Mr. Adonis to get ser rich, when lots in lots of men work hard for years, an are rale stiddy, bu...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 26 February 1887
—A California widow sues a newspaper for saying that her deceased husband had gorie lo a happier home. It is quite likely, however, that the paper told "'the truth and nothing but the truth." But the truth is, the dear departed cannot be called as a witness; and even though he could be. probably he would not dare swear against his wife, however much he may have sworn at her or about her when roaming about the eartli in corporeal form. —Hood's Sarsaparilla is peculiar to itself and superior to all oilier preparatiout in strength, economy, and medicinal merit. —A ben 18 years of age departed this life at Oskaloosa, lowa, tbe other day. The owner was probably raising it for a restaurant and was so disspointed by its premature departure that he had to tell the newspapers. —Everybody needs a spring medicine. By using Ayer's Sarsaparilla, the blood is thoroughly cleansed and invigorated, the appetite stimulated, and the system prepared to resist the diseases peculiar to the summer months....