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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
(0- The ROT, Mr. Cochran, &lt;if Ohio, will preach al Key. Mr. Lane's Church, on Sabbath evening next at half [last seven o'clock. (:. ■■ I'r. Btickmi, will be absent from hi* office until Mm.da) the 17th, inst. PIKE COLD WATER. The edvoeelai of Temperance e*aal every MONDAY EVENING, nt 74 o'clock, in Franklin Hall.! Main streel, Ward 2. Proper OJBOoUoM art discus- ! sed, facts related, feft, ivc. The fpiestioii to lie discussed next Monday Evening is ibis : —ln what manner can we best promote the Onnea ol Temperance. ap 22—3nl JOHN I'KAK, ETW'EHAL IW'DEIiTAk'F.R, State- Street, in rear ol the t'niv,r--Hli-t church, Ward 11 Coffins ri HMfiiEn at shoht ndikk. ] POND'S UNION RANGE. IMTKMF.O 184(1. riIHIS RANGE combines ihe advantage* nf hoih I N' tv Yoi;k and ftOBTOI patterns, unel at the same time avoids their objectionable features. It ha* from riVK In KIOHT BoiLLRS, according lo «i«e, ils Oviji is larok, convenient of access, ami having a v Bpward «b alt, it bakes c venlv v...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
(No. 23.J I city of camuiuim.t:. I hi Ml Tear one thooaaod eight hundred and (orly-*vveu. AN ORDINANCE, Re-pealing Certain Ordinance,-. Be it ordained hy the City Council of the City of Cawsbridgt, v* follows ; Thai mi Ordinance for the appointment of Suiveyoie* of Highway*, paaeed May 11, isto, ami nn Ordinance proovibiag the atode nf eppnlatJl-g certain I'ity Officers, paaeed May 18, 18,0, l&gt;e and the HUM hereby are repealed. Iv Coiii.imn Council, April 29, 1547. Paaaed Ut be ordained. John SARGENT. PraaiaW. In Boaid of Alileiine,,, April 29, IB4T. I'a-aol to be oidained. JAMES D. OKEEN, Mayor. A true eopT. Atteal I m6---lw LUCIUS R. I'AICE, City Clerk. TO BE LET, IN WARD ONE, a new and convenient HOUSE, pleat*.u.ily situated, a lew luinule- walk lie.in ihe College*, near Rev. Mr. Albro'* Church—rem MOO. Apply to JOHN READ. jf in 13 HAIL TO BE LET. riAHE IfALLovei the Hard Ware SloreofMr. X D. I. t'liantU'iliii, recently occupied by ihe Maesacliu-.'tlß Cimrtls, Ap[dv i*...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
EDMUND O. LUCAS, an* Wushiugton Street, Boston, WOULO bvg team te invite the attention of the Ladies of Cambridge, lo hi* v--iv extrusive and ch-tic.- -..lection ol STRAW BONNF/I'S, KlBBOfffl and FLOWERS, M»|irbhM OOBUfUa, FLORENCE, rniNA PEARL, RUTLAND, BIRD'S EVE, ENGLISH, RICE PEARL, DEVONH, DOUBLE RR..IDS, and it large, variety of Mmst-a and Childiei.'i-Straw Bonnet*. Rich Bonnet Ribbons AMI I'k'ih'li antl Aiiinii an ARTIFICIAL PLOWERS IN GREAT VARIETY. We have also rcrenily received per the Havre packets, new nnd choice styles ol FRENCH LACE MATS, well worthy the atlcnlion of those purchasing. Ladies in pursuit of any of the alstve very choice gnodJi ■**•■ W '* lul ' ■■"'''' aiivaulajje lo examine the abova aeeortmapt. aeev offered for their laapeottaas lin.iliM) O. LVC&amp;Mf 311* VVn-iliiu-ilou Sire it, Itonloii. 3111 in 0 -i f,t I Plumbe's Daguerrian Gallery, 75 Court Street, rttllE SubsciiUr twrina purchased the entire inter X eat 111 the above celebrated Gallery, w...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
AUCTION SALES. rUHNITTJBB, PIANO rOBTB e\C-. On .Narili Airuur, Cii-jjWitli-r. ON TUESDAY uext.ai 9 1-2 oSImk.A. M. at the residence of Mr.ti. N. Coiner, IN or lb AVeuue,on WoM C.uubriilgu Road, und near Fitchburg Ruil Read, Old Citnbridge. The entire furniture, of h g-tnile-maa breaklni up house keeping, constMing of threepiy, Kiildcimiut-tci- mid Venetian Carpet*-—Set Alatlaii Cloth Chair*—3 do. Rocking do.—do. Hail elotb couch with pair Ottomans—pair Card Table*— Centre und Dining dv._ Euilm*-ie«l Table covers—2 Gill frame pai lor * .kisses— 15 oi 20 painted Window Shad--* — air tight Coal and Wood Stoves—Set 51 pUoci Ivory beamed Kmve* and fork* — (.lit Gcrandedes and Sol.tr Lumps, with Cut Gnu* diops—2 plated Cake basket.—do. Castor— Sleel lineal plated Entry Carnal Stair do.—UinWelle* and Hat Bland—Stained Glass Entry Lumps—C. S. Chain —Cut Glass Ware—Dinner and Tea Wart-— Seeretuiv and Book (.'uue—Part* Shower Bath— French Bedsteads—Feather Beds—Hair and P. 1.. Matrasses—Prej...
POST'S CORNER. From the N. Y. Christian Messenger. THE CHILD'S THOUGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
POST'S CORNER. From the N. Y. Christian Messenger. THE CHILD'S THOUGHTS. "Were I ihe sun "—" What iheu, uiy child 7 Were you ihe nun, what then V «'I wouhl not chine, ho warm und mild, Upon such wicked men. I'd wither up their budding grain Wheu just it leave* ihe earth, Anil they should sow their .cud in vain, Eur never, never would I deign To warm it into birth. ** But on ihe harvest of the good, I'd cend both heal und dew, Till every young and callow bud To golden ftlfltafQ grew ; The flower* should spring around bin door, Beneath my yellow rays, And if ho were despised Mai poor, I'd fill with richest fruit his -lore, Aud bfoai aim all bin days. •• Were I the rain **■ —" What then, my child I Were you the rain, what llien !" •'l'd never fall so warm and tniid, Cpon such wicked men. I'd flood (heir fields till uot a root Can find v spot to cling, And every young aud luiukr shoot Shall lloal before the catelc bb foot, A drenched and worthless thing." *' Dear child, not so dolli Cod...
MISCELLANY. The Young Swiss and Plutarch. THE HORRORS OF A SIEGE. INFATUATION OF GAMING. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HABITS. CHOOSING A MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
MISCELLANY. The Young Swiss and Plutarch. THE HORRORS OF A SIEGE. INFATUATION OF GAMING. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HABITS. CHOOSING A MINISTER. Aii honest .Swiss, of the Bays de Yaud, bating determined to send bil son to Paris, made a present of a line Plutarch, wilh large DiaMflfil and handsomely bound, at the time of their parting. Tho father earnestly recommendetl to bis son lo rend tho live* of the great men of niitit'iiify. " Make the; book (said he) your principal study, begin your morning exercises with rcllecliotis on the conduct of the illustrious men whose history il contains; you will thus learn to imitate ihem. 1 assure you, my son, it will be greatly to your advantage to continue this reading regularly." The young man readily promised to read his riularch which his fatlier delivered to him; but the first thing he did was to lock it up iv his trunk. Two months soon Mat uwuy in Baris. The young man wrote lo bis father, thai notwithstanding his economy, be wanted money. "Bead Plut...
THE TEETH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
THE TEETH. BY L. M. CHILD. Tho pervuleneo of defeclivo toetb in this country is a general subject of remark by foreigneis; and whoever has travelled iv Spain und Portugal is struck with the superior soundness and whiteness of leeth in those countiies. Nobody need lo have oifetisivo breath. A careful removal of Bubstunco from betvveeu the teeth, reusing the mouth after meals and v bit of cluirocul held in the moulh, will always cure bad breulli. A lump of charcoal held iv thu moulh two or three limes a week, aud slowly chewed, has a wonderful power in preserving tho leeth and to purify the breath. The aetiou is purely chemical. It counteracts the acid arising from a disordered stomach, or food decaying about the gums; and il is tho acid which destroys the teeth. A dear friend of ours had, when übout twenty years of uge, a front tooth that turned black gradually, crumbled, und so broke oIT by piecemeal. By frequently chewing charcoal the progress of decay was not only arrested, but na...
THE SABBATH. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
THE SABBATH. The day was instituted for wise purposes, but many sadly pervert it, and to such we wish to ndminister a trifle of good advice. Parrel up, on tlnstlav, your apples of discord ; spriuklo a few drops of sincerity over your robe of outward ap- , pearances ; put on the boots of humility, and go straight to church. Whet, there, don't bothery our bead about to-morrow, and, instead of listening to the sermon, fill your heart with the sour feelings ol envy, because your neighbor's pew is better cushioned, but look honestly ahead, and think thoughtfully of self. Men have no right to be building houses in ibeir brains, or buying flour and pork in a church I To the women we would say, if Mrs. Crundy's feather dotM obstruct your view to the pulpit, don't let it deafen your ears to the words spoken; it may be your turn to sport oue, too, and you needn't say that because her father was a cobbler she has no right to have her soul mended in the same church.— St. Louis Uen ,7.7.
AND WHAT NEXT! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
AND WHAT NEXT! A gentleman riding near the City, overlook a well dressed young man, ami invited him to a seat in his carriage. " Ami what," said the gentleman to the young stranger, "ure you plans for the future r" "lan a clerk," replied the young man, " and my hope is to succeed and get into business for iny-elf." " And what next J " said the gentleman. " Why, I intend to marry, and set up an establir-hment of my own," said the youth. "And what next r" continued the interrogator. " Why, to continue in business, and accumulate wealth." "And what next?" "To retire from business and enjoy tie' fruit of my labors.*' And what n.Mr" It is the lot of all to die, nnd 1, nf course, ratiiiot escape," replied tho young man. "And what nr.ii .'" once more asked gentleman. Put the tnnng man bad no annwer to make; he had no purposes that reached beyond the present life. How many young men are iv precisely the same condition ! Their plans embrace only this world — what pertains to gelling wealth a...
PROCESS OF MAKING SHOT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
PROCESS OF MAKING SHOT. In company wilh a number uf citizen* \ve yesterday made ■ rioN to ihe new shot tower uf our * ni.-rpri.-iiiig citizen, Ferdinand Konnett, Es&lt;|. lie ban everything cemipleted for ihe successful lliniloractnre of this article, and we witnessed the process wilh much interest. The lead in mellcd in a furnace at tho lop, and there poured through sieve ladles, from vvhenco it falls into a tank, tilled with water, cm the lower floor. 11. re il is shoveled out and curried lv a revolving drum, heated by uir, in which the whol \* dried; and lioin thence il pas-.es into a circular wooden receptacle formed like a drum, which is I 1 revolved hy clock work; thin is the polisher. | from the poli-die&gt;r il pauses upon a Ml of inclined tables, about six inches apart, and one a few inches below the ulher, helweesn which are placed troughs; ove:r ihests the shot mil, (he pcifeet ones passing freitn one table lt&gt; the either, and so down to a recei...
PLANT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
PLANT TREES. Plant trees, everywhere, wo say ; let them shade our streets, and grow wherßver there is room for them. Lspeciully plant them in the country, where open tields will admit, and he sure in the end they will suiprise tho plunter by their growth, whilst ho and bis children ure sleeping! In evidence of this, let us ipiolo uu anecdote to the purpose. It is related of a farmer on Long Island, that 00 planted an ordinary field of fourteen acres, with suckers from tho locust, (a native of this country) in the year of his marriage, as a portion for bis children. His eldest son married at 22. On this occasion the farmer cut about §1,500 worth of timber out of his locust wood, which he gave to his sou to buy a settlement in Lancaster comity. Three years after, ho did as much for hts dunghler. And thus ho provided for his whole family; the woods in tho mean lime rOpoiriH by Woken all the losses it suffered. Brooklyn Eagle.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
A Romantic Incident is reported in the Glasgow Saturday Post. During one of the performances at tho Adclphi theatre,in (.lasgow,while a .Mrs. Do Bottrgh was on the stage,a military-looking man exclaimed, from the pit, "My wife, by Heaven! my Llizi!" On hearing the voice, the 1 lady swooned. The manager interposed, to obtain an explanation of the interruption; aud, after some inquiry on both sides, satisfied himself that the gentleman, Lieutenant Lewis, had not been mistaken. Mr. Lewis aud the lady had married when young, in Lugland—he at the time Was a private noldior, she a rising member of a theatrical company. The regiment was ordered abroad ; Mrs Lewis could not obtain leave to go with her husband; and they had not seen each other since. Light years later, learning that her husband was dead, she married again; but the second husband died about eighteen months ago. The long-separated couple were now reunited with every appearance of delight—Mr. Lewis promising to show his wife th...
USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
USEFUL RECEIPTS. I Dki,triors Aiti.k I'i;nniN&lt;;.—Veryconvenient, as it may ho made several hours before it is baked or when a nice addition is wanted unexpectedly. Tare and chop fine, half n dozen or more according to their si/.e, of the best cooking apple*—grease a pudding dish, cover the bottom and sides half an inch thick with grated bread, and very small lumps of butter, then put a layer of apples with sugar and nutmeg, and repeat the layer, which miiHl ho of bread ami butter—pour over the whole a teacup of cold water. Put it into tho oven ns soon as the dinner is served, and hake it for 16 or .10 minutes. It tuny he baked the day B*fbre it is wanted ; when it must bo heated thoroughly, turned into a shallow dish and sprinkled with powdered sugar. It requires no sauce.— .'/,/.. .'lg
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
'I n i ai, i: in i (hii:asi: uhim ('i.iiiiiu,— Tube oil'the greaso with the nail, or if that cannot bo done, have a hot Iron wilb snmii thick brown paper; lay the paper on the pari while llie grease is, then put Ihe linn upon the spot; if tho grease • comes through Ihe papei, put on another piece, till it does not soil the paper. If not all out, wiap n little bit ofclutli or flannel round the finger, dip it into spirit of wine, and nib llie grease spot; Ibis •HI l; 'l"' ll In ly oat. lie careful nut lo have tho iron lon hot; tiy il |i, s | lm „ |,;,.,.,. „f w1.i,,, paper; il it lain tho paper brown, or scorch it in the least, il Is ton Dot, If paint should |M on the coals, always have spirii „( wiim or turpentine ready, tins, willi a BOM ' Manuel or elulb, will easily take it oil', if not left to get quite diy.
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
CAMllllllM.K Furniture and Carpet Warehouse. WIIITNKV, 8111111 l 4V CO., Huvo constantly for snle ut their spacious Warehouse, near the Colleges, v vcrv cxlciisivo iissoiliiitiil ol FURNITURE, Pimsill Tiiblcfl, UoiUtcmls, Clinches, Secretaries, Chairs, l.niikiiig Qlsii.i, R-frlgsrstori, Clocks, Lull) Lumps, kc. CARPETING, Throe ply, Supeiliiie, Fine, Painted and OSMO? a Stair Cupeling, Rods aud Eyes. FEATHERS, Mutlrusses, Feather Beds, &amp;c. &amp;c. &amp;c. 0J- All of which wilt be Bold luw. 1 rll'.tltrii'-. KelVifjerulori. cinn-tmiil) on InnuJ. iiuv 1!) out WOOD X HA Ll*, No*. 5 mill (1 Iliirvi.r«l Itovv, Cuiiibridue, (Oliim-.ilrlliel.aw Helloed,) WillcoiiHliuitly ket'ii us t-ooil ami general an assortment o WEST I Ni 0 IA, aO 0 P, S Ami BBOCBBIM, us cull Lcloiiurl ill till, city or in tliißtoll,—wliiclithcy otli-r In Ilic tiiililic on I■ciiM.niil.lc terms. TV llihiilmlclivciiul ill liny |iurt ol tile cily without twtrn eksrs.. Ai.niiin W.lllll. [ol| Illtt...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 13 May 1847
dSSk »mv SI'OKE. HATS, HATS !—CAI'S, CAI'S ! — 'II ie ni'liiM tilur in lorn in liio Irw iklh hh.i i,.,i.ii„ , ■ w^..' l 'A l :';:r,!:^ l ;;;.c':r:;ite h &lt; w' mini Moh-.kin HATS v v. i&gt;' superioi ii ilia it ~ fl ,'V■ HAT. al Hie reduced price ol',-; I Er", eh M ileJaor. 1 " jrj„'.il cum Moleskin tin *;i .iiuii-Mo ~V ,t" i. -~ I' li a Niitrti Fur lor ,:t.iKI, un.l line lviilia lor si *' "' .ut., cai's. I ,- 11 In any instance [In- nhove does not slva ..llaAu-ti. „ LtXr'" ' U " V o '""'" t '' l b&gt; """" ""'""'iiiliou M, the .2. HATS mill CAPS made loonier and warranted lo ill. OLD LINE. r-|4ll I) Cumin -1.1,e, I'uiiil. riils. lit. it niul Huston 0inn11,,,,,., S start I ii. iii t.'iiiul.iiilec ill every hourund hull phsi „,,, Hour. In.in imll pa. li o'clock, A. M. lo lii.lt punt -I ~'. 1,., l I. M. niul tram limine sued, Ho.i iverV i,&lt;„„ Jsj hiiir-i.il&gt;!.-VCI) liolir.lioiu hull -tinai -o'clock, A.M. v, |", i p.islii o'clock, 1\ M.- A...