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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

XtQUI Hottttß. *:*tnmonwci»-lth of H*t-*Mtt«tf|«_a. Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To the Heirs-at-Law, next of Kiu, and al. other Persons interested in the estate of Rebecca Wright, lute of Cambridge, in said County, deceased. QUE KTIXG: a certain instrument purporting to Tt be the last will and testament of said deceased has been presented to said Court, for Probate, by Frederic E. Burragk, who prays that letters testamentary may be Issued to him, the executor therein named, and that he may be exempt from giving a surety or sureties on his b<md pursuant to said will and statute; You are hereby cited to appear at a Probate Court to be held at Cambridge, in said County of Middlesex, on the fourth Tuesday of June instant, at nine o'clock before noon, to show cause, if any you have, against the same. And said petitioner Is hereby directed to give public notice thereof, by publishing this citation once a week, for three successive weeks in the newspaper called tbe Cambridge P...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Murium &nltsBy J. L. NASON & 00., Auctioneers. 21 School A. DESIRABLE MeiiiCflstßesitee No. 15 WALDEN BT. NORTH CAMBRIDGE. AUCTION ' THURSDAY, JUNE 16, At 4 o'clock P. —1., on the pi-emlm*. Tbat cosy and desirable estate No. U Wald.n St., very near North Avenue, 2 Story & French Roof House, has 12 pleasant sunny rooms and bath, bay window*, cemented cellar, furnace, set tubs, and hot and cold water; about SOOU feet of land; nice small stable for two hones and carrlace room. The lot Is BO feet front, on the sunny side of the street. I* stocked with fruit trees, grapes, currants and _irubbery. Th. location of th— estate should command the attention of all In March of a quit, medium-priced horn., near the beat of steam and horse car at-commoda-tlons. Terms, f 300 cash at sale; a large part of th. purchase money can lay on mortgage Full particular* of tbe Auctioneers, J. L. Naaon A Co., 21 School St., Boaton. lw* By JOHN R. FAIR-AIRS. Auotionetr. No. ...

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Poetry. [Written for the Cambridge Press.] TO THE MAYFLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Poetry. [Written for the Cambridge Press.] TO THE MAYFLOWER. Inn little pale-fceed blo-Kmu, Coming with *_rlta»t spring,— Delieau, eiMm-Oated peUli, SwMt-rt of odor* you bring. Soon a* th* winter hi over To.r (tardy leave. p*.p thro' th. ground; Before other flower* have wakened Toe an tbe —r*t to be found. Wh.n th. be. Is gathering honey, When tbe bird 1* building iv not,— 0( all tb* -rprlag-time pleaenre*, Ton, little flowers, are best. Shy little spring-time blosMm.! Why 'neath your leave* do you hide? Ti* your perfume tbat betray* you. Whan we ar* by your ride. Gladly we greet your blouoms, T_lings of spring and mirth; We* little flower* we love you, far more than all other* on earth. Brave little sturdy blomoni*, Comiag with wind and mow, Down In th. gra**y hollow*. Where your shy little flower* grow. You're not afraid of the weather. Ton tear, chilling wind, and the rain; Too ar. Spring's own little darling., Gladly w. greet you again. Emma Gertrude Wr*toh.

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[Written for the Cambridge Press.] MY WILLOW TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

[Written for the Cambridge Press.] MY WILLOW TREE. Th.*- (raw In ut garden a beautiful tree. It* oatotretchiag -nn* waving bright willow wreath*; **_**r»*>y eft admired, though they only could see. I v f o-Biain-Uk. form and ludrop, of green leave*. Why spoke not my tree lv best word* In the ear* Of th. stranger wbo pau*ed IU treeh beauty to prato.7 Why murmured It not th. irat mem'rie* of years, Ia u»o*t musical strain* hi* bowed spirit to raise? Ah I waa It bee*—m that grand tree wa. mln. own, Holding ■ens' th. pledge with my each pray'rf ul thought? Far through lv frah laave. there for me ever shone Sack iweet comfort and peace a* from Haaven I* broaght. The woodbine, sweet emblem ot trust, 'round IU trunk Clinging feebly at tirst, had grown radiant at leagth, And musing, I too 'neath IU branches have drunk From the fount that -rive* freshness of faith and of atrength. Thete'* a kindred man, own. to all pulsating Ufa; Bat a one ue_' mere subtle exists too, I ween, With...

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[Written for the Cambridge Press.] THE ROSE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

[Written for the Cambridge Press.] THE ROSE. A iw in bloom dwelt by a running brook. And •—ftly breathed iv perfume on tbe air. Sweetly it lived in iv requ««tered nook. And oa all sides sent forth lv fragrance rare. It whispered of the days, the Summer days. So soon to p—•*, forever pa** away. No thought it gave to Winter* chilling way*. When on the ground iuelf would (battered lay. Now, locked in ice, the brooklit tings no more; Hone are the days, iv many days of song. In One -unbrace, from once green shore to shore, Winter ha* cla.pe.l it with iv mantle atrong. There, weary now, alone the roae'a atom Stand* shivering the dreary Winter day. Where I* tbe flower that shed iv fragrance rare? Ah me, 'tis passed, foiever passed away. C. E. .Montauvz.

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A Pretty Story. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

A Pretty Story. There waa once a tailor who had a beautiful daughter. All the young men from far and near came to visit her because of her beauty. Two rivals sought her one day and said, '-It is on your account that we have come hither.** "What do you want of me?" she replied, smiling. "We love you." returned the two young men, "and each of us wishes to marry you." The maiden, being well brought up. called ber father, who listened to the two lovers and then said: "It is late; go home now, but come again to-morrow, and you shall then know which of you shall have my daughter." At daybreak the next morning the two young men returned. "Here we are," they cried to the tailor; "remember what you promised yesterday." "Wait a bit," he replied. "I am going to town to buy a piece of cloth. When 1 return home with it you shall learn what I expect from you." When the tailor returned from town he called his daughter, afid on her appearance he said to the young men : "My children, there are two o...

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Politicts Applied to Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Politicts Applied to Coal. A Congressman wbo is keeping house here started down town snd Ins wife stopped liitn. "My dear," she said, "don't forget to send up that coal. There isn't enough in the place to get dinner with.*' "Can't it go over a day?" "No it can't." she said Hushing up a little. "It is made a special order for today, and if it doesn't come up you will hear from one of your constituents who is not to he trilled with." It came up.—[Washington Critic.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

—A prooe** ha* been devised for manufacturing a pulp and a paper from asbestos fibre that will resist the action of tire and water, and will aUsorb no moisture.

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An Irish Horse Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

An Irish Horse Trade. The following story was told to a clerl cal friend In the West by a countryman named Dinny Cooler :— "Good morrow, Dinnj ; where did you get the horse?" "Well, I'll tell your reverence. Some time ago I went to the fair of Ross, not with litis horse but with another horse. Well, sorra a man said to me, -Dinny. do you come from the alst or do you come from the wesht ? and when 1 left the fair there washtn't wan to say, •Dinny, are you going to the aist or are you going to the wesht?' Well, your reverence, I rode home, and was near Kilnagross when I met a man riding along the road fornins me. 'Good evening, friend, said he. 'Good evening, friend.' said I. 'Were you at the fair of Boss?' sez. he. 'I was' sez 1. 'Did you sell?' sez he. 'No.' sez I. •Would you sell!' sez he. 'Would you buy?' sez I. -Would you make a clean swop?" sez he; -horse, bridle and saddle and all?' sez he. 'Done!' sez 1. "Well, your reverence. I got down off ay me horse, not this horse but the...

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A Congressman's Future State. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

A Congressman's Future State. When Gen. B. F. Butler was a member of Congress, he and Mr. Bandall were frequently pitted against each other, but they, as a rule, preserved good temper aud cordial personal feeling for one another. At one point of the famous deadlock over tbe civil rights bill, when Kandall was*ltn*naging the Democratic side as usual, Butler, who favored holding a session on Sunday, went over to Handall's desk to arrange for It. Bandall would not agree to the proposition. "Had as I am, I have some respect for God's day," said he, ''and I don't think it proper to hold a session of Con gress on that day."' '•Oh, pshaw!"' replied Butler, "don't the Bible say that it is lawful to pull your ox or ass out of a pit on the Sabbath day? You have seventy-three asses on your side of the House that 1 want to get out of this ditch tomorrow, and 1 think 1 am engaged in a holy work." "Don't do it, Butler," pleaded Bandall. "I have some respect for you that I don't want to lose. I ex...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Thkek KrTKCTS.—The thousands of remarkable cures wliieli have been accomplished by Mood's Sarsaparilla are due simply to three effects which lliis great medicine has upon those who take it: First. It purities the blood. ***• Second. It strengthens the system. Third. It gives healthy action to the digestive organs. Willi these three effects no disease can long retain it- bold. It is forced to leave Ihe system, giving place to health ami strength, through the potent iiilluencv of Hood's Sarsaparilla. Sold byall druggists. Try it. —A bail boy surprised ami plea.sed his teaelier by promising |to contribute a line steel-tiigrav-ing of Washington to aid in decorating the M-hool-rooiu on Feb. „. Tlie teaeber left a large apace among the evergreen-trimmings on the wall, ami the boy brought ber a two-cent postage-stamp. Rev. C. F. Brooks says that his little girl is troubled with malaria very severely, am! lliat sini-e he gpxe her Sulphur Kilters, he never thinks of leaving NewYork for lii» ...

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SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

SCOTT'S EMULSION OF PURE Cod Liver OH, with H-rpophosphltea, For t'hiltlren and Pulmonary Troubles. l»r. W. s. Hoy. I'oint I'l.-asant, W. Va.. says: ••I have made a thorough test with Scott's Emulsion iv l'ulmonnry Troubles und (ieneral Debility, and have l-ccu astonished at the good results; for children with Rickets or Marasmus it i- unc<'ualcil.*°

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

—"|)o you have damp ■beets!" said thi' fu-i-y old man at the hotel, securing a rouin. "Xo,** •aid tli.- clerk, who wanted tolic obliging. "Hut we ran -priuklc Vtn for you if you like them that way." —Xo matter what part* it may tinully affect. catarrhalways start* in tin- head, ami liolongs to |1m bead. Tb-ra is no mystery ahout the ori.in of this direful disease. It bag—M in n negfclSed cold, line of the kiml that is "'sure to lie latter ill a tern ilays." Thousand- of victims know how it is bj sail experience. Ely"* Cream Halm i-urcs colds in the head aud catarrh 111 all it- ptmgn l Xot a snuff nor a liquid. —An English "Queen o' the May" of a girl*' school wore this year lovely gamlents designed by Miss Kate ('nenaway. The skirt was of olive silk, and over it a garment of white soft silk, embroidered with a border of pansies, was worn. A wreath of apple blossoms was the crown of the maiden' who was chosen Queen "because she was likeublest, lovablest and cleverest. —Pearline. Wilh...

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HEW YORK NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

HEW YORK NOTES. Two verdicts of "murder In the first degree" have been rendered during the last week In New York, one so sad in the case of an Italian woman, where the jury returned, it is said, with tears In their eyes, but with their sense of justice overcoming the pity and chivalrous feeling which men naturally feel for a woman's misfortunes. The poor creature is now said to be almost insane in her cell. In many respects, women in this city have greater opportunities for success than elsewhere. Many of the leading fashionable modistes are millionaires. Mine. Counelly has amassed a fortune competing j with Worth of Paris in her elegant displays. These fortunate people have a vast influence for good over the thousands of women in their employment. Brooklyn following the example of Philadelphia, Chicago and Boston, will henceforth have a woman officer or matron in every police station in the city, for the purpose of caring for arrested women. So humane and sensible au arrangement it...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

LADIES ! Can now, by calling at CENTRAL ULEACHEUY, I 478 Washington Street. Boaton, nearly opposite Tempi. Place, or at STOKER'S BI.EACHERY, 673 Washington Street, head of Beach Street, have their Hats cleansed or colored and made into th. Latest Spring Style.. New Pattern* received daily. apr9—3m I SPRISG MILLINERY. HATS and BONNETS Trimmed in the most artistic m-iuiier, for 50 cts., 75 cts. and $1. A large as-ortment-of Rich Millinery Goods At lowest price*. Order* promptly tilled. MISS E B. OOLLINS, 478 Washington & 7 Avon Street, Boston, Room 1, opposite Temple Place. HT Alao a line asaortuient of Human Hair Good, at Popular Price*. apr9— 3m LADI 1ES 7 "55.00~ French Kid Boots, Fin. New York Made, closing out at $3.00. Gent's Hand-Sewed $5 Shoes, Closing out _*_T $3.00. Latest styles. JOHN BATH & SON, 755 Washington Street, - Boston. Opposite Continental Clothing House. WIGWAM SLIPPERS. Are tlie lightest, easiest, prettiest shoes ia the market for the hou...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

§nßinr»B €ai_s. WTTsTCURRIE. D.D.S., (Surgeon Dentist,) Office and Residence, 613 Main Street. At Boston Denial College Friday Aft.moons. "WILLIAM MILLIGAN, Murgeon Dentist, 613 Main St., Boom 1, Central Square, CAMBRIDGEPORT. Residence,—No. 28 Fayette Street. P. ALLEN UIBIIT, DBjiaty Sheriff of Middlesex Coity, CAMBRIDGEPORT, MASS, Officii: No. 613 Main St. Telephone 7343. Boston Office : 23 Court Street, (Room 14.) BITLER, MM & DIChSON, Attorneys a__ Coouseliors at Law, 34 80HOOL STEEET, BOSTON, Rooms 34 and 33 Savings Bank Building. J.H.Butler. JamesDana. William Dickson | WM. H. MARTIN. Attorney & Counsellor at Law, 563 MAIN STREET, mh-t CAMBRIDGEPORT. tl EICHARDSON _t HALET" Attorneys <_. Counsellors at Law Booms 39 and 40 Sogers Building, 209 WASHINGTON ST., Boston J. n. KICHAKDaoN . .B.HALK ... Mr. Hale* residence Is 387 Harvard street Cambridge. tf. C. F. APPLETON, Gentlemen's Shnes, 13 COURT BTBEBT. BOSTON E. P. BOWKER. Civil Engineer and ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

VM_M«? /________• If ever varies, does not contain one particle of the adulterations used to reduce the cost of PURE GOODS But DOES possess the FULL VALUE of every Legitimate Washing Quality, which gives it every advantage over Soaps of doubtful character; practically recommended hy other manufacturers in imitating it. None should he deceived, however, as the word WELCOME and the Clasped Hands are stamped on every bar.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

jrisarartu. h. fftßft ft m, Insurance, No. 559 MAIN STEEET. Royal Insurance Co., Liverpool. Largest assets of any Company in the United SUtes London & Lancashire Ins. Co., Li-erpool. Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Of Philadelphia. American Insurance Co., Of Philadelphia. Citizens Mutual Ins. Co., Of Boston. {J_jr"Several other Insurance Companies represented. 1864. 1887, '• The Old and Reliable Insurance urgency." W. tt. Hastings & Co. insurance tents, No. 89 Cambridge Street, Eatat Cambridge. !10.7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Boston |_r-Office hours in Boston from 1 to S P. M. ORDKRS SENT BT MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. Losses promptly adjusted as heretofore W. B. HA.TI-08. r. W.H-S-UHOa. MIDDLESEX MUTUAL Fire Insurance Company CONCORD, MASS. Incorporated March 3d, 1820. SUKPI.CS .JANUARY 1, 1887, 5.76,936.16. Dividends on 5 year Policies, 70 per cent. Dividends on all other*, 50 " J. 8. SAWTEB, Agent for Cambridge. OFFICE. - SK9 MAIN ST., Cam-rid Report Office hours, 8 to 10 A. ...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 11 June 1887

Catarrh EIjYS g-gLY-1 «■ CKEAM BUM K-W-AM BWWJ Cleanses the ■^^T^ R M?*I Head " AllayB 1 iiflaiimi ati on. PWVT-VErBJ! Heals the Sores. X** , K estores the ______-»-' Senses of Taste, Smell, Hearing. ft «1 A quick Belief. HAY-FEVER A positive Cure A particle is applied into each noatrel and it agreeable. Price 50 cents at Druggists: by mall, registered, 60 cents. Circulars free. ELY BROS., Druggists, Owego, N. Y. FURNACES, STOVES, RANGES, Promptly and Skilfully Repaired, —BYSUMNER C. HIGGINS, Practical Tinsmith and Sheet Iron Worker 21 CENTEAL SQUARE, CAMBRIDGEPOKT. WORKING CLASSESff™ prepared to furnish all classes with employment at home, the whole of the time, or for their spare niouienu. B__lues_*iiew, light aud profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from 50 cents to $5.00 per evening, and a proportional sum by devoting all their time to tbe bu.lues-. Boys and girls can earn nearly as much as wen. That all who see this may scud their address. Land test the business, we ma...

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