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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Commissioner* Nolle*. Estate of Hisviv Davis,date of Cambridge, la the County of Middlesex, deceased, represented Insolvent. rpHE subscribers having been appointed by th* JLProbate Court for said county commissioners to r-orlve and examine all claims ot creditors agalast Ibe estate of the said Hervey Davis, hereby fly* notice, that six months from IKth day vt January, A. D., 1887, an allowed to creditors to present aad prove their claims against said estate, aad that t—st will meet to examine the claims of creditors at tha ofllce of Leander M. Hannnm Esq., in that part of said Cambridge known aa Cambridgeport,on Satcbv dat, February 12th, 1887, on Satubjiav, February IMb, l«C, and on Matcbday, February2Mb, 1887, at 10 o'clock, A. M., ou each of said days. Jabez A. Sawyeb, I-— -_i_i_. Johk 8. Pollard,; ( Oo~ml»lon«r*. Cambridge, January 22,1887. Common—eath of Maseachasetts. Middlesex, ss. PROBATE COURT. To all persons interested in the estate under th* will of Tuoh as Whittemobs, la...
Poetry. LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Poetry. LINES. Old timea la ever on the wing, Aad what — don* must slsy; So Ist each moment bold some good, For moments make a day. Be not discouraged when you fail; No good 1* all In vain; What we may count onr greatest loss, Might be oar greatest gain. We mortals often Judge amiss; On* thing is always tn—— Th* victor's crown la to the one Who run's tho whole race through. A. i. c.
TWO THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
TWO THOUGHTS. A thoagbt sp*d quickly from it* darkened home, Where dwelt tha foulest comrades, vile and low; Aad finding lodgment In a weary heart, la subtle form, brought forth a woe. Another thought from out Its palace pure. On wings of whit*, invisible, but strong, Bp*d onward, and with holiness, went in At that same door, and wiped away the wrong. a. J. c.
A LAST PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
A LAST PRAYER. [Written by Helen Jackson (".H H.") four days before her death-Aug. g, 1885-1 Father, I *eare*ly dare to pray, So clear I see, now It is done, That I have wasted half my day, And left my work bnt just begun; So clear I see that things I thought Were right or harmless were a sin; So clear I see that I have sought Unconscious, selfish alms to win; So clear I see that I have hurt The souls I might have helped to save. That I have slothful been. Inert, Daaf to th* calls Thy leaders gave. In outskirts of thy kingdoms vast, Father, th* humblest spot give me; Set me tb* lowliest task Thou hast, Let me repentant work for Thee!
Grains of Gold. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Grains of Gold. It is only right service which is perfect freedom. Beautiful thoughts are the flowers of the mind. There is less devotion to principle than to appetite. It is only once in a life that the average man loves his neighbor as himself. No man should try to make himself heai d in Use world by dressing loudly. Dost thou love life? Then waste not time, for time is the stuff [hat life is made or. Purposes, like eggs, unless they are hatched into action, will run into rottenness. We owe obedience to the law of reason, which teaches mediocrity *Iti meals aud drinks.
Generous. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Generous. Clerk (to grocer)— We've got oue large turkey left over, and it's beginning to smell bad. What shall Ido wilh it?" Grocer —''Put a half price of cost card on it and sell it for what you can g&lt; t."j Clerk—"l've done that, but nobody will buy it." Grocer—''Let me see. Oh, yes, now I've got it. The minister of our chnrch is going to have a donation party. Send it to him." Clerk —"I will, sir; for after all, il is not very bad." Grocer—"lt ain't? If that's the case I'll eat it myself."—[Arkansaw Traveler.
Why He followed. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Why He followed. He was going home to his wife and family. It was growing dark. He hud a lonely road from the cars and he was making as fast headway as he could, « hen lie suddenly gathered a dim suspicion that a man from behind was following hiiu purposely. The faster he went the faster the man went and they soon came to a graveyard. "Now," he said to himself, "111 lind out if he's after me," and he started through the cemetery. The man followed him. Vague visions of revolvers behiuii hiiu, sensations of sand bags and loded clubs and things grew upon him. He dodged around a grave and his pursuer dodged after him. He made a detour of a mausoleum. Still the forbidden shadow was after him, around and around. At last he turned and faced the fellow. "What in thuudei do you want." What are you following me for?"' ''Say, do you always go home like this? I'm going up to 's house to do a job of carpentering and a man at the car told me if I'd follow you I'd lind the place. Are you going hom...
A Ghost [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
A Ghost is * my lb, bnt aolui rcaliiy will be known by those wbo write to Ualleit £ Co., Purtiaod, Maine, thereby learning, free, abcut work tbat ibey can do snd live at borne, wherever Ibey reside, ai a profit of from m\i to $25 aod upwards daily, boiutb*ve earned over £d 0 io a day. Capital uot needed. Hal.ell Sl Co., will stall you. All is utiv. Delay not. Pay absolutely sure Irum atait. Weal h ■wait* every wuiker. Bulb sexes; all a^is. —Tbe descun's wile wanted to jot down ihe text, and leaoiog over lo her nephew, sbe whispered, "Have you got a card about yuu ':' "You can't play iv cl.ureb!" wss hii solemn reproviog answer; aud the good woman was so tluatia—d that she forgot all about the lext.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
—An unlorscen accideut. "Yes," sighed a recent widow, "we are very unfortunate, l'uor Jobo was out of work for a long lime, and wheo be obtained a job he died" "What job did he gel?"sbewss saked. "He joiued a cucus, sud got $20 s we-k lor putting bis besd iv the lion', mouth twice a week. That's all he had to do. 1' seems bsrd that be should have died." "What did be die of.'" "Tbe Too bit his head off."
Consumption Cured. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Consumption Cured. A* old pby.ician, retired from practice, liavini' bad placed io bit band, by an E—t India ini.Mon •fj tbe formula of a umpie vegetable remedy ioi tbe .peedy aaJ permanent cure ol Con.ump'ion, Broocbint. catarrb, Aitlima and all Tb.oat anil —unit AflTeciiooa, alio a positive aod radical cure for Nervoo. liebilily anil ail N'ervout Complain*, •fier bavin* te.led it. wonderful curaiivc MM** in Iboonaud. ofcaM*. b«» felt it bi. duly lo make it known to bi. .urtcnhit fellow.. Actuated by tbi. motive and a de.iie lo relieve human .nin-i il._; I will .end, Iree of charge, lo all wbo de.iire i', lliirecipe,in U.rniau, French or F Ntli.h. «&lt;iib lull direction, lor pripanoi.' aud u-inu Sent In m,il by aeldre'-irs; wi'li etemm n.ininif ibi. fmemr. W A. Notbs. 149 /'oner, block, eemsmeeAmr, st t.
AN ARTFUL ROGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
AN ARTFUL ROGUE. She landed at the hotel of our quiet village on a Saturday morning. She ap- i peared to be a young lady of two or three ' and twenty, slightly above the medium ' height, of perfect form, with large, picrc- | ing black eyes, nnd a wealth of raven ! tresses floating over her shoulders. A large canvas-covered trunk followed her j into the hall, and, after she had been i shown into the parlor, the register, with j pen and ink, was brought for her signature. ' She nodded pleasantly—nodded witti a smile that completely captivated the irrepressible clerk—and then, in a very pretty Italian hand, she wrote her name—'-Miss Clara Dubois, Philadelphia, Pa." Later, as the landlord politely escorted her to the supper room, she informed bim that she had heard of his house—that it was quiet and well kept, and that she had come for a short rest and respite from the din and turmoil of the great city. The good host was grateful and very glad the young lady had honored his house with h...
Accidents [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Accidents aod how lo deal with tbem, aod other valuable medical information, will be found in Dr. Ksuf. matin's great Medical Work; elegant colored plates. Send three 2 cent stamps to psy postage to A. P. Urdway &amp; Co., Boston, Mass., and receive a copy free.
Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
Miscellaneous Items. Mrs. Mary Iloiton, who has been sworn in as recording clerk of the Ohio Stale Senate, is a graduate of the Boston High School. The newly married Comtesse de l'iennes received from her father, the Marshal McMahou, as a new Yeiir's present, a check for $20,000. Dr. Laura Weld, who graduated at a Boston medical school, has hung out her professional shingle in Dresden, Germany. The statue ,of Gen. Burnside at Providence is finished and gives great satisfaolfaction. It will be publicly unveiled some time In the coining spring. Prince Albert Victor of Wales has completed his twenty-third year, but is still one of the least known members of the royal family. He seldom appiars in public. Bear Admiral .simeldt is a personal friend of the King of Coica, and is now being entertained by him at tbe royal palace. Miss Ellen Terry, who is now visiting Paris, is attracting much attention by appearing in puplic iv odd costumes. Parisians are not accustomed to vagaries of the *st...
After Diphtheria. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
After Diphtheria. Diphtheii* is a temble disease, requiring the greatest medical skill to effect a complete cure. Even when its power is broken.it clings to tbe patient with great persistency, and often leaves tbe system poisoned and prostrated. Just here Hood's Sarsaparilsa does a vast amount of good, expelling impurities from the blood, giving it richness and vitality, while it renovates and strengthens the system.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
—Sbe was looking for pieces for a crazy quilt. "Could yoa tear off a fewliitle pieces from these silk pallet 09 r" ' 1 should be delighted to do so," replied Ihe clerk, "but you see this bouse is in favor of a tear off lor revcuue only." If the SuflVrcrs from Consumption, Sciofula, sod Gescral Debility, will try Scott's Emulsion ol lure Cod I.ivcr Oil, with Hypophosphites, they will find iinniedistc relief and a permanent benefit. Dr. 11. V. Molt, Brentwood, Ca]., wiiics: "1 have used .Scott's Emulsion with great advantage in cases of I'llliiisis, Scrofula snd Wasling Diseases generally. Ii is very palatable." —Msry: "Stop your flattciies, or I shall bold mv hands to my ears." John, wishing to be complimentary : "Ah, your lovely hands are too small." —"Ob! il 1 bad only known that in time' Known what ? "Known that a simple cold in tbe head may develop into chronic Catarrh." Well, it isn't too laic, lor Ely's Cream Balm will cure catarrh even after the sufferer's life has become a bu...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Press — 5 February 1887
OLD HONESTY is mode of and insist BfSf flcco d «&lt;* \smaA*ToQkVcmy/ onhM ' in s' &amp; ' fygty f-lus is stamped likeihe. above drav/mg Insist on /?avi-£ t/je genuine, made on\y by - Jb/)Ti JJTizerfc-'ros.,Louisville, Ky- THE TEMPLE Glove Manufacturing Co. Ladies' and Gents' Kid Gloves MADE TU ORDER AT SHORT NOTICE. Repairing and Redressing a specialty. 10 Temple Place, Boom 32, Boston. Take Elevator, (y Two rows, the Latest novelty in embroidery. Special discount to the College trade. Removal of Stable. The Subscriber begs to inform tbe puDllc tbat be has removed his Llrerr.Hackw Boarding &amp; Sale StaHe FromINMAN SQUARE to the commodious stable Cor. Ellery and Harvard Sis., Lately occupied by Charles E. Raymond, Esq., where he will continue tbe stable business in all of iv branches. A continuance of public patronage U solicited. J. E. FABYAN. Cambridge. Oct. 1, lbfc. I'TIHHJ-V- F—AVOR VOIR f*|MKoMeat, Game, Fish, Poultry, Dressing Scolloped Oysters WM - G...