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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 April 1847

- JB old uni: 'sntiK <*»iui.i-ulsc. CftiitiirliltfciiQriuiut ttnstun Oinnib-u-sea ■ Blurt liiUM riniiliililan- nl t vfn hour hiul hull ytn,| ever* ht.nr, irom imll imst 6 o'clock, A- M- to I.nil Lust 7 oYbick I. M. miul tritiii Urniilt) Bi-mi, Ui.fctmi, ttvery hour and ha|/-ua»l avrry hoiir.iroiii Imlf 101*1 1 o'clock, A. M to hair itnst h o'tiiK k, I. M.- Also an Omnibus hi at 9 and out alio o'clock. — I urn. FroiuOltirumbrltlKcto Hosum,*, ticket, for an rut ;; :. ii *i v r * ie( * r *-•'•'■'■'■ ** Fronitiiiuibiltlr(',iortio!ltiaion,ii"u7cLf| h a '] l " for - fJS A:\viM.Aii.;; " s^^ilft I'Kiiilirl.lte, June IS. 1616. "* "SIAJS. NI W LINE. ~ 'is UK. C A rvtllll I IM' ...CAM HKIIIH Wnsfw I :HJrSfS FAKES. From Old t.'aiuiirlilgeioilustuui ticket*for sunn " " " " *<ntl« rarr .l'..*"***is ' " ..." , " forty ticket* ,gm IniiiiCaiubntlxcuort to Uimtou Itru tlckeufur 100 " " ** "limit: furc "" 15Y ■»"* THOMAS BTBAkNg, GENTLEMEN'S FUHNISUINO^ STORK, WILLIAM KIM-HALL, I...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1847. NUMBER 49. The Cambridge Chronicle IS PUBLISHED ON THURSDAY MORNING, BY JOHN FORD, At the corner of Main and Magazine streets, over the store of Joseph A. Holmes & Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS— Two Dollars per annum, in advance. Single copies, four cents. Advertisements inserted on very favortable terms. MR. GEORGE RUPP is the authorized agent for East Cambridge, and will see to the delivery of the papers in that Ward, and will also transact any business relative to the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. Executed in a neat and correct manner, At short notice, and at reasonable price. POPULAR SELECTIONS. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1847.

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From Howett's Journal. THE PHILANTHROPIC ASSASSIN; [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

From Howett's Journal. THE PHILANTHROPIC ASSASSIN; Being a Narrative of the extraordinary hullucination of GOTTLIER EINHALTER, alias RAOUL CROC, a native of Tours; carefully abstracted from the Rechtsfalle of the Law Courts of Witternberg, and compared with the Report made by the Committee of Savans to the French Academy of Sciences. In the neighborhood of Puy St. Ostien, a small obscure town of Lattguedoc, a murder was committed about nine years since upon a laboring man, named Jacques Moulin, as he was returning homeward from his work. He was killed by a shot from the road-side, the bullet passing quite through his body. He had a little money about him, and an old silver medal or decoration, both of which were found upon his person, and there was no appenrance of any attempt having been made to rob him; so that the private malice of some unknown enemy seemed to he the only cause to which his murder could he attributed. Jacques Moulin, however, was well known to be a most peaceful ...

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KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

KEEPING UP APPEARANCES. The keeping up of appearances is a disease not peculiar to one individual or one class. All the i world is ulways trying to keep up appearances.— ' It is tho means by which every body deceive* every ; body, and more curious still, constantly deceives j himself. I The woild i* always straining and over-reaching i itself, in all its grades, to be the one above it.— Every one wiahes to ho thought something, more ' lh.in he or she really is. Thus you see ihe maid of ull work, or family drudge, hunger for her holiday ; and when it arrives f.ig herself to death by wandering through the streets in her bent things— , many degress I*o fine—wilb v veil und v boa ( which flic must put in her pocket hefofc she reI (urns home ; merely for ihe. fleeting v unity of being i taken fur somebody who did not know ihe shape jof a mop or a scrubbing brush. | Many a man who is obliged to keep up appearances by dressing well—which b n very expensive part of the delusion—must cut dow...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Rt.-. lit'mhi.f..—What has mnn to boast of?— Honors tarnish, and wealth takes wings. A few lenrs —n sigh—n tl'sappointinent—a groan—nnd human life is gone. We flutter on the stage of existence—lnok about for n few inninenls— pluck a flower to-day nnd a thorn to-morrow—nnd drop off and are gone. The child who n born today, crowds ofTthn sim of yesterday, and is Imnsell forgotten to-morrow. Such is lifts * A little rule— » little sway, A *tinbeani in a winter's day — Is nil llie proud and mighty have Hrlween llie cradle and the giuve." wrote John Dyer more Ihnn I century ngo, and the lines are n« true now as when they wen- pen ■ al. Be humble, iheir, O MM • buasl not wuu:ih und honor—strive not for possession* and renown — for ere the dawning of another day, the mandate may have gone forth aud you bo swept from ihe stage of life. The Dying Girl.—We copy part of a ciunmunicalion from a coirespondent uf Ihe Journal uf Commerce, in which is described an impressive acenu witnessed iv the ...

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THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

THE MAYOR'S ADDRESS. The address of the Mayor is v valuable docu- , ment, and we shuuld be glad to publish it entire, I but cannot on account ufit* length,and the small; space we have to spare ibis week. It is less im-I fwrtanl, however, us it is to be printed in v j pamphlet furm, and distributed to every futility iv the city. One of the first subjects noticed is " the administration of the luvvs," we copy v paragraph, hoping that ull will give it a careful perusal. •» It is tho province of the law, ordained fur the public good, to give security to ull in the enjoyment of their liberty und their rights. But there is a broad distinction between liberty and license; and while the largest liberty, under our forms of eovernment, is compatible wiih obedience to law, license, if not restrained on the part of the selfish, the mercenary, the reckless, tho violent, the un- ■ principled, will encroach upon the rights and liberlies of others. Against such encroachment it h the province of ihe...

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MUNICIPAL..... City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

MUNICIPAL..... City of Cambridge. Monday, April 5. —In meeting of the Mayor und Aldermen— Pursuant to a provision of ihe City Charter, tho Mayor nnd Aldermen elect assembled in their Room tl 10 o*clock in the forenoon. Present thu Mayor and v full Board of Aldermen. A committee was appointed to receive auu examine the credentials of the members of the Hoard, who reported the following gentlemen hud presented certificates in due form of their election to their respective offices : — Mayor —James D. Green. Aldermen —Joseph S. Hastings, Charles Wood, Stephen T. Farvvell, Waller R. Mason, William Saunders, Abraham P. Sherman, und tho report ; wns accepted. A message was received from tho Common I Council, announcing thut a quotum of that Board : was present and ready to be qualified, and propos--1 ing | convention of ihe two Boards for lhat purpose; 1 the two Hoards thereupon assembled in convention. Prayer waa offered by Rev. Joseph W. Parker. The oath of office was administered to the...

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Meeting or the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Meeting or the School Committee. Ai'itiL 6, 1847. The School Commiltee for iho year 1847-8 met at tho room of the Mayor and Aldermen, pursuant to notice from the Mayor. Present the whole Board consisting of his Honor, the Mayor, Chairman (ex officio), Messrs. Johh A. Albro, George Livermore, Joseph W. Parker, William A.Steams, W. W. Wellington, John S. Ladd and W. R. G. Mellon. Proceeded lo ihe choice of n Secretary of ihe Board for ihe year ensuing, and W. W. Wellington was elected. Voted, That ihe Sub-Commtltes for the ensuing year consist of the members of the Board respectively residing in the several Wards. Voted, That the Board appoint the Chairman of thu Sub-Committees—and tho follow ing named gentlemen were nppoin'.ed— Ward 1 Mr. Albro, Ward 2 Mr. Parker, W T urd 3 Mr. Ladd. Votf'l, Thut the Prudential Concerns of each Ward be referred to the Sub-Committee of that Ward, till otherwise ordered. i'otcd. That the Public School Regulations of the last year be adopted as tin* Sch...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

The Jamestown, has nnw been len dnys on her way lo the firnisliing in Ireland, wiih provia- | ion*, sufficient lo make thousands comfortable.— j The sight of her when she arrives,, will cause many ■ hearts lo lenp for jny. Her noble hearted officers land crew, many of whom gladly embraced the op- ! porlunity of tnutt dinting iheir lime ami talents ! hi ll otde ol jet of cai.ying food hi the famishing, nre no donht strnining every inch of Canvass, lo accelerate her speed, lhat many who urn now ready lo perish may be rescued from death through (heir limely activity. Of all the ucta of kindness aud generosity by them ever rendered this will be the last to be forgotten, Three other vessels, loaded with food, are now or soon will be on their way fiom Boston to suffering Ireland uud Scotland.

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Extract from the Records of the Curiosity Club. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Extract from the Records of the Curiosity Club. The chairmun of the committee, an eminently curiuu* member, having adjusted hi* spectacles and surveyed llie Club wiih calm deliberation, unfolded his munuscript and began to read the foltuwing report : — The committee appointed to consider '* the propriety uud feasibility of depicting Slander on canvas," take great pleasure in presenting the following report. They have uppliod themselves to the investigation of the proposed subject with a spirit of earnest, cordial und invincible curiosity, which it is iho grand design of this club to inspire; and which (if they muy be allowed to speak geneiully without any personal allusions) it indubilubly does inspire patient investigation, succeeded by mature deliberation, bus enabled them to arrive at the unanimous and immoveuhle conclusion, that it is both proper and feasible that Slander be depicted on cunvaa. If in iho breast of any member, Curiosity at this moment stunds un tiptoe, expecting ...

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FROM THE CHEROKEE COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

FROM THE CHEROKEE COUNTRY. A friend has kindly permitted ua to puhli.h lha following interesting leller from a gentleman resiiling in the Cheiol.ee nation, to a relative in a neighboring city. It is duled I'ebruary 1«, 1847. ..... 'j'| ]P proaent winter has been one of considerable seventy, the thermometer having been, nt times, as low as rero : lima you see vro nre occasionslly reminded of iho rigorous winters of our loved New England. There is a peculiarity in the winlera here, which, if experienced in yoar latitude to the same extent as with us, would create a driving business for the doctors. Not uafrequently Iho morning is ushered in with a delicious, balmy air, almost tho very breath of Hummer; fires are extinguished, nnd doors thrown open to ndtnil llm warm brcor.e, but before slinilown w. are shivering under a Northern nlmosphern ten degrees below freezing point. \Vn are nioro sensitive to the cold from these sudden changes, and nfler such an one as the above, thfl chilling ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Thn Connrcliouf State Flection is reported to he favorable* to the Whigs ;— that ihern will b« a VVhig Hnvnrnor, n Whig Legislature, unit thut nil •"'ir momhnrs of Congress have been re-eleried. llakvahu Univekbity.—We learn that Oliver W. Holmes, M. D. hu* been nominated on the part of the Corporation, Purkmun Professor of Anatomy uud Physiology ; und John B. H. Jacksson, If, D., Professor of Pathological Anatomy aud Curator of ihu Anutomicul Museum. These professuiships ure connected wiih the Medicul School. Jeffrie* Wymaii, M. D-, Prufessor of Anatomy und Physiology in Hampden Sidney College, ha* we understand, also been uominuted on ihe part of ihe sume Board lo the Kersey Prufcssorsbip of Anutoniy ut Cambridge, rendered vacant by the resignation uf Dr. Wurreu. Have a (.'i.kah Conscience.—We were much amused h day or two since, iv listening to (he misfortunes of a liquor dealer. It seems that a man was indicted by the Grand Jury in Boston for violating tho license law. An office...

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POSTSCRIPT ! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

POSTSCRIPT ! A telegraphic, despatch to the Boston Journal, yesterday ul one o'clock, P. M., announce* lhat nn express from Santa Fe arrived nt St. on the 20ih ult., bringing information thut a body of insurgents itiiiounting to 2000 men, nulives of New Mexico, had marched against Santa Fe, with the hope of regaining possession of lhat pluce, but ihey were disappointed. Capt. Morris with a comparatively small body of men, marched out and met them in Mere Valley, where a buttle wus fuught, and ihu Mexienns were defeuled with great slaughter. Those who escaped fiotn the field of bailie, fled to the mountains. The assassination of Gov. Bent and 25 other Americans, is fully confirmed.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

Vera Crcz.—At the last advices from this quarter the city was completely invested; the enlire line occupying n space of ground of übout eight miles in length. On tho 10th of March, Col. P. F. Smith hud a fight with n force of about WO from thu city, nnd compelled ihem to retire, with n loss of about 2, r > killed nnd several wounded.— The army was in excellent health nrrt) condition. Gen. Scolt was making preparations to plant his heavy batteries, and when completed he will summon the city lo surrender. Should they decline, they must look out foi breakers. It was expected that after due preparations had been made, the citywould be given up without lighting. The offi'-iul account, from Gen. Taylor, of ihe bloody buttle of Buenavista, has been published in the papers, from which it appears thai the loss on both sides was very great—the killed nnd wounded anil missing in the Ameiican nrmy wns 800, one sixth uf the whole army—and it is supposed the Mexicans lost not less than...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

MARRIAGES. In Boston, Mr. William Morrows, of B. to Miss Jane W. Wardell, of Cambridge.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

DEATHS. In this city, 2d inst, Edward Kenegan, 1 year 6 m; 6th inst. Mr. Thomas Cox, 83 In Watertown, 2d inst. Nancy M. widow of the late Henry Higginson, of Boston, 64. In Boston, on Tuesday last, Abraham W. Fuller, Esq., for a number of years a worthy member of the Suffolk Bar. He was found dead in his bed at his lodgings in Franklin Place, A disease of the heart, was supposed to be the cause of his death.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

joiin rK.*.u. FV.YERAL IWDERTAK'ER, Hlate St reel. In renr of thr |lnli realist Church, Ward It Corn*** i*S*tß*j** at mioBT notick. CAMRKIIH-K MINICAI* ASSOCIATION. A Mecling of the Association, for rehearsal, willhc hel.l al llw* Veslrv of ihe Key. Mr. Ware's Church, on MONDAY EVENINO next, at 7 ..'clock. A full and poiiclu.il attendance is requested. Sn THOMAS (J. RICE, Secy. [No. 22 1 CITY OK CAMHRTIW.E. In the year one thoiis.tnl eight bnntlrrd and forty-seven. AN ORDINANCE, Establishing the Salary of the Mayor of the Cily of Cambridge. Be it ordained hy the City Council of the CHy of Cumin idge, as follows : There sh.itl hcre-iflcr be paid lo the Mayor nf the tbe City of Cambridge, an annual S,.lnry ot Si» Hundred Dollars, in equal tpiatleily payments ol One Hun bed and Fifty Dollars richj whirl. *hntl Its in full for services rem Ir red in his ..fnciat capacityIn Common Council, March 22, 1847. Passed lo lie ordained. ISAAC LIVERMORE, President. In Board of Aide, men, Mnrrh 22...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. THE Inhabitants of Ward Out, in lias City of Cambridge, t|ui,lilieil as llie law ilire.-!., are hereby notified „, audible in llie Lyceum Hall, in . •aid Word WEDNE3UAV, lis. fouileenili day , Of April, inaunl, at two o'clock, I*. M., lo give in* ■ ibeir vuli-a fur one member uf ll* Common Oioiicil, In fill a ..iiuiiiy OXjotlof in ll.at Board; Stephen T. ' r'nrwell, v member elect, Ituvitig declined lo accept Billll If—S.. It ia ordered, lliat tbe polls las opened at two o'.-loak, I*. M., and closed al Bevel, o'clock, I*. M. ' Uy order ul iltt. Hojn—' i.nd Aldermen. I LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. Cainbri.lyr, April 8, 1847. CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. APPLICATIONS will be received until llie (if- , li'i-nlli ilny nl A pi i I nexl, for llie ollice of Su|ier-inleiid.-iil nl Buosls in said City. lly order of tbe Mayor and Aldermen. ' LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. March 22, 1847—3.v COAT AND PANTALOON MAKERS WANTED.—Wanted luiuiedlately, lour good Oial M.keia; blbo b four Pauta...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 8 April 1847

H5200 REWARD several buildings hava fans* recently •el nn fire in Cambridge, as is believed wilfully and maliciously, by some person or persons unknown, a REWARD OF TWO HUNDRED DOLLARS is * hereby offered, pursuant lo an Order nf the Hoard of Aldermen passed on ll.e Bth instant, f-r such evidence us will lead tv llie detection and conviction uf any in- , dividual, who has been, or may hereafter be engaged I in setting on fire, or attempting to set un fire, any building wilhin the city. JAMES D. GREEN, Mayor City of Cambridge, Feb. 10, 1847. tf f. 1 rpilE COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existJL iug under the linn uf MUNROE & COOK, expired by Inn i tat ion this day. The Imsiuc-H uf the (inn will las seitled by either uf ihe suliscrita-ra, who are authorized to use the name of the firm fur that purpose. WILLIAM W. MUN ROE, JOS lAH W. COOK. Cauibi idge, April 1,1847. Ttie subacrilier having purchased of Josiiih W. Cook his part uf the slock in trade, will continue the W. I. Goods u...

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