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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847
HATS, J tej GAPS. IN Store, the SIMtINO STYLE HATS, with brim. to suit eVt-ry variety of feature, uud ul all prices. Hummer Hats of every description. aooo caps. I have also on hand a very extensive stock of Cnps, for tieutU'inen, Youth Mod Children, aud am conBluntly making up the newest patterns as they uppeur. Will :1k; reader please examine. Wholesale Hooms, 2d und 3d stories, 173 street, Iloston. WILLIAM M. SIIUTE. Iloston, March IS, 1847. ni3 GENTLEMEN'S FUIiKISIUNG STORK. WILLIAM KIMHALL. DRAPER &lt;J* TAILOR, No. 3. HARVARD ROW, WOULD respectfully Invite tlie nttenlioii of ihe eilirrns ol Cttmhriihce, tnliimiMHortmeiit of Bullish, Freneli, and l.eriutu l.'li.tlis, CMM line res, I&gt;nt&gt;ktiin ut-.l VenUus'*, which lie will mske up Into inrnients, to order, In tlie Intent hi \ leu, mul wurriuit I belli to 111. I'I'UMHIIIM; (JlMMlrinl everyitascrfiitlon.lUcl. Henri.*, CraVals, Sell Atlhislilll .10.. Hhirl-.Colli.iH, llot-nui-, MitmlKfreluilt.,rt.| ; ....
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 27 May 1847
OXTY liVNOB. %§$ -Jf-HK -nlMcrih-r MM 111. hearty thank, lo l,i. friend..ml Ihe public, Tor ihe very liberal piilrun. go they have CKleniloil lv 1,,,,,, ~,,,1 wou |j „' ; nn llicin, ihul he ,111, | In.' found, a, mm \, .„ ~,„ "Old Stand," Corner of Main St. and BriShtaO Road, Under Ju.ei'h A. Hoi.me. ond Co.'. Store, ready to an.nver u lc , r call. l v a prompt and .at[.factory iminii.-r r iimm7mMi^ AKI: FURNISHED AT AIX UOUllhOl. I'IIEDAV, WITH All. THE VAK.K--TV THE I.AKKET A.E„ H u., r .,A „„ , wi „ B wi |, J, .pared lv lull the palate, uf llie City epicure., ur Ihe want, uf tlie traveller. Oysters, served up in every variety of style, or sent to any purl ofthe city, ut tlie lowest price, free of expense *-2ni Jan. 7 I). STONK. WII.LAM O. DANIELS, Wholesale cj- Retail Manufacturer cj Dealer in Paper Hangings, Chesii.'siile .-oilier ol M/titt inn! Mnf-nzlne Street* Ciunhrlils-.-lini 1. \\ lieic uiH, iiU.ii)&gt;. he found v tootl ttnaordiniii ul Room I'upei'ti, CTtT Also a ...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1847. NUMBER 5. 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 &amp; Co. Cambridgeport.. TERMS—Two Dollars per annum, in advance. Single copies, four cents. Advertisements inserted on very favorable 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. Subscriptions received in Ward I, at T. J. White's Shoe Store, No. 2, Harvard Row. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, Executed in a neat and correct manner, At short notice, and at reasonable prices.. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1847.
THE MAN WITH AN APPETITE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
THE MAN WITH AN APPETITE. I never, for the life o' me, could understand why a man of ten stone should pay as much for coach hire as one of twenty. There's neither reason nor virtue in it; and the stage coach proprie tors must be v set of unjust jolterheads, not to alter it. The rogues weigh your dead stock—your luggage, and, if it be what they call " over weight," they make no scruple of charging you so much a pound for every pound above a certain number of pounds, but they take no account at all of overweight in living luggage, and will charge just as much for carrying a little whipper snapper of a passenger, whose entire corpus, in full dress might be tucked into a conch pocket, as they will for a great, over-fed fellow, whose empty waistcoat would button round a haystack! If a man will stuff himself till he's as big as a roasted Manningtree ox with a pudding in his belly, let him do so— there is no statute to the contrary thereof, that I know of; but I see no reason why be should...
TROUBLES OF A PHYSICIAN'S WIFE [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
TROUBLES OF A PHYSICIAN'S WIFE Nnvr.MnKß '■* —Shall I write them down in mv journal or not, ihese, mv small tionhles? Yes, I will keep nn account of them now, nnd when real trouble comes, I will wonder that such trifles could ever annoy mo. Well, to begin-- some yveeks since there arrived in our town three gentlemen from \ew York, bringing with ibem a small stock of goods. They fitted up nn old cabin, (ihe best house they could procure) nnd opened n store; they have been selling goods rapidly, nnd feel so much encouraged, that they nre noxious to remain, provided their wives will consent to leave their cily homes, nnd reside in the West. The ladies were sent for to come out on a visit ; they arrived safely in nil Iheir cily finery, nnd great hopes are entertained that the three families will make ibis their home. They are nt present boarding nl (he Hotel (we hft%e bul one), but if the ladies can onl, be induced to remain, satiable houses will be built in the Spring. Mv good husband ...
"THERE'S NAE STRIFE HERE." A FACT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
"THERE'S NAE STRIFE HERE." A FACT. In one of Scotia.id's northern towns, a fund) were seated round (he brcnkfasl table, waiting lor 1 the father,'and wnudeting why he was later than usual. Al length lie appeared ; his step wns heavy und bis blow cloudy. Having naked the blessing be sal i est ing Ins bead on bis band, wrapped in melancholy thought. This unhappy looking man was one nf ihe elders in a neighboring chapel : he possessed nnichonerjtv and veal, and il wns hoped rest piety ; hut alas ' he was governed b) n naturally bnd temper, and too often forgot the word* of the wise, man ' He lh.il ml. ih his spoil is better lhan he ttiat taketh a city ;' I and in consequence of his unrestrained temper, the | meetings for ihe chapel business were iho constant scenes of anger and noisy strife. The venerable minister being a true disciple of the Priuco of l'euce, deeply lamented his elder's unchristian spirit. On the previous day a meeting ', had been held, which wus even more contentious...
THE HARDSHIPS OF WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
THE HARDSHIPS OF WAR. A correspondent of tbe New York Commercial Advertiser, gives ihe following account of thu labor and fatigue necessarily experienced by n portion of our arniv in making preparation for the battle of Cerro (iordo, will be read with interest, ns an exhibition of the tod and suffering men will undergo in tho prosecution of their deadly purpose lo destroy one another. "I have been fortunate enough to participate iv every action of consequence lhat has taken place since 1 joined t.eneral Scott's army ut Vera Crux. Iteing mounted on s fine horse I suffered no personal incoiiM t'l'.ncc in the march from Vera Cruz lo the interior, hut our men and animals endured excessive fatigue and all sorts of privations. On our third assi we rsmc up with the advance, under command of tiener.il Twiggs. The enemy were in fronl, occupying n lofty, rugged rampart of hills through which the road to Jahipn defiled by a long, narrow, tortuous gorge. Seven batteries defended the approaches ...
INTERESTING TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
INTERESTING TALE. How singularly sometimes, incidents in the life of an individual which may have transpired at periods distant from each other, and which apparent- ' ly have no connection, will mutually enhance their ! interest, respectively. This thought was suggested I by on occurrence which look place in our vicinity ' ! nn Sunday lust, snd which, in connection with an ' incident many years its senior forms the frame-work i of the following narration. ! Many years ago, when we were hula lioy. « I slartbngnnnouceiiient was made thai a voting girl, | a resident of Weal Springfield, nail been taken from her bed while asleep, hy n person who for some purpose had designs upon her life. Tho attempt had almost succeeded when for some reason * ■be villain became alarmed, dropped ihe (lightened ' 'erealure, and escaped. The whole region around ' was alarmed, and for n long time afterward every ■ family upon letiting for the night instituted a to- • gulnr search under beds nnd in dark clo...
THRILLING INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
THRILLING INCIDENT. Prea. Hitchcock, in a letter to the Amherst l.x&gt; press, from Virginia, describing some of (ho tool mines in that state relates ihe following scmi-tr; ,jie anecdote: Major W. related lo ua a very thrilling that look place in litis vicinity some years which tie assured ns was literally true. A hu;. tr, oneniilumn.il evening, eagerly following in he chase, found himself sliding down into nn old a&gt; ndnned coal pit. Hut soiling upon ihe topof a S »h as he slipped down the craggy' sides, he hung dangling in the air over the black gutf, nnd felt entisca as fioin his knowledge of the place, that if he fell ho must drop nt least 200 feet, and bo dashed in pieces on the rocks beneath. Ha struggled ■ \ &gt;--\\n to regain a foothold: he heard tho cry of hi,* aw hunters and of the bounds aa they hounded p tat. lie shouted wilh all his might and the forest returned the echo, bul no voice of rescue curia wilh it. Tbe winds whistled around him and ...
The Condition and Prejudices of the People of Great Britain. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
The Condition and Prejudices of the People of Great Britain. A New Englander writing from Perth, in Scotland, to thu Kdiior of the N. Y. Tribune, in de•cribiiig the condition, physical and moral, of the I operative*, and agricultural population of ihe' L'nitsd Kingdom says. " Tiwr ngrieultaral lulMirers ol tireat Hrilnin, the men and women whose lot) luive made this counli) the bemtiful gulden thut it ia, what is iheir condition ? Pht.sn.ully, they nre worse off (1 say it after ahunduni opportunity In judge) ilihii ihe slaves uf America; motility and inlellet luully, ihey nre bul tilth' better;—and socially they urn at most us Lad. I see hundreds of mim n bird at wrk i the fields i-f Sc.llnnd just imh, who cun tut a shilling v day, to do width soma of them have lo come a king barefoot journey from tlie Highlands. Aa for lln-ir soeiul . ondHM-n, a Ifnti-h farmer •VOflU be s« much sho. ki .1 ul thu idea of sitli"g at me&gt;l , with one of bis laborer* .m v Southern planter wil...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
&lt;»i k f'l leail* — A' * ordmg to ihe ren-ua taken by order .d ib. S&lt; IhhiI ( ommitlee, and njH.itr.l in raja i4,tiat*« asejpg, lt -ippt-ara thai on ihe Is, iff May Ust Ik-re ;,u . hlblien 111 I hia &lt; ity beisv.tn Ihe ag&lt;- of I and Hi „„t .,ll.-,„l,„g «, bool It .!*o«MU-i*-M.tfohtnd, how. v.i.tbat children are 1.1 oow titln.ilftd lo lh. |\iM„ ,-■, 1 t. 0I)I) | ,| .... jmjmnrtBg* i».d„. t„^^ : , (l|l MillI l» iw.t n 11- Mg. .of 4,11.1.*.» ih. n w,l| remain I Ml ?•.»• : Ih.». lb- r.g» „f fit, ,,„t ,„ alltnd.toe 01. • tlMMdwIon ibe ctfisua waa liken, ami ni,d.,.d.tt .t'v a portion of lbi« mm h. r bad aft.ml. d •. !„&gt;,, a of llie pf.&lt;e.|og y..u on riot»- hav n&lt; bet n ! 1 - , .n in \\ arJ I of ibia latter etaaa of rbddren, as w .. do«e i. U'.i..a II. end III. \\ f„. „tum tie *« f*« l..|. .1 il .honl.I be .uj.|wi- d ihsl the number of chddien in Cumbridge not attending school has increased sim e the last year— whi...
East Cambridge Awake. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
East Cambridge Awake. MR. EDITOR. - At a very large and respectable meeting of the Union Temperance Society held in this Ward on the evening of the 23d. ult the following r, snluliiiii wit. 1111.mi uslv tii!t.|it.-tl. , •' Itisnlviil Hint tin- 111.1111.511r tin. iiiui-ln.g tl. j li-iulir,-il tv thu Mat Ul nnil Airier men uf ills Cily nf Cun,lot,loo fur ih. ir ilt-ti.nm nn tho 1.i,-,ii.„ 1 qupation, n.puding the sals nf iutiilieatiaf ilrink," uiul lh.it tin- same I;., pulilisln .1 111 the (-uiiihrlilgc rhruni.lf. J. (;. .\. TAYLOR .Wry. The sunn Resolution nn. al«o uriaiiiinnu.lv atl.iiitiil In tiruliili* lliii.itui .No. Sii Sons ofT.iu|iirmnu in tln-ir Italian tlm svrninf of the 14th "'«- J &lt;■■ N. TAVI.IIR. R. S. frolem.
Correspondence of the Chronicle. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
Correspondence of the Chronicle. Mt\ ;.M. Mil. r.nnnß, —There is not pcihsp* in New ' ! ngl md uriulbei lowu which unites no ni.inv enviable i|u.ilitn *&gt; for a ri Jtitbnce, ns this narm- town ol Woreenter. To v man who is ambitions to en- '' u.y Id', in nu .'eg ml and i.iluuial way its atlrac- [ . lion* must be ulmosl irre*isl_ble. .Musi iiiohah.v I j ahull not be able to mpait to your readers a Miigle i j particle nf infuriiiutiun by giving a brief description , of llic town; every ibui-.', tniwevir, is, nt this sea- &lt; sun, so redolent of the il.ariniig glares and fivsltiiess nf spring, that I ahould consider myself to he 1 a little heller thmau inlidel, should I altogether &lt; ' omit t,i pa&gt; my hibule lo the visible beauties antl *■ atlrm linns of milure. ' Travillei* iv d.'sciibing Worceatir, most comit.only deiioiiiinaln it, thephasant and d. liybtful ; Jri//&lt;U'., why it slum!.! he raiib.-d among village*, |' I cannot iiioginc...
MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. MONDAY, May 13.—In meeting of Mayor and Aldermen— A i i'iuuiuni_.4liuii was rr reived Vuin l.o\al .Morse declining lo accept I be ollice uf Scacrol Wv.ghi* nnd Measures. The Mayor nominated Charles Jarvis Uphum a Sealer of Weights and Measures, which nomination was laid on lln- tdilr. Petetion of Ebenezer Fogg; to be apiaunted Surveyor of Lumber, was read and referred to a special joint committee in concurrence, Petition of Rockwell &amp; Co. for license to exhibit the performance of a Circus Company on the 3rd and 4th days of June; granted, on such conditions and limitations as the Major shall think proper to impose. Petition of Charles A. Foster for license to give a sporting exhibition in Lyceum Hall; refused. License granted to Jacob G. Day to set stone posts in Main street, Ward 2. The Chief Engineer submitted a list of persons who offer to take charge of Hydrant Engine No. 4. Read and Ordered, That J. Dana Hovrey, Joel S. Orne, J. W*. A...
POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
POLICE REPORT. John h'ellvy was sent to the House of Correclicn one nioiith, ns a vile dissolute person. /&gt;Aa 'Soul,! was fined &lt;t5 and coals for immoderate driving through tho streets of Cambridge May bsMbV ■bsWhl 'C/i(j-,/ ( f of ,| lo Bnmn uflence, paid a fine of siS nnd coals. Twooiber individual* were fined #3 each and costs, for immotlerale driving on Sunday, Mny SO. tltlicer Jones arrested Prterniu] Patrick Brown for bemg drimk ami noisy in ihn nigh' time. Juslice Marreil imposed a fine of each nud cosla.
Meeting of the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
Meeting of the School Committee. Fhioat, Mny 11. Keporta weir made by the mt ml* is present, wilh irgni.l tv their monthly visits m the achunl*. The mbsfrt of raisins Mi. l,e*i- R. Monroe's sub nry waa referred to the Committee on High Helmut Insliiicin.n, 1., h ~i,m ~til rxt meeting. Tlh- Seereiaty was authnriaed to certify lo the norrrctness of the regular quarterly hills of tho teachers lot in*iiiK linn. Adjuorm-d lo Ul Tuesday ul June.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
TUESDAY, JUNE 1. The Sub-committees of the several Wards reported with regard to the condition of the schools at the quarinly examinations. The Sub-Committee of Ward 8 also presented some suggestions as in the arrangement of the rooms in the School House about to the erected in that Ward, and of the grounds about the House. Mr. Albro reported that Mr. C.L. Flint had been appointed in give iuslitieliun iv I.mm and (.reek iv llie Auburn (Jintmnai Sthoul, in Wind I, iißMauihly hi n vole of the Ib.nid, passed Apiil 21, Mr. Steams fi nm ihe Committee m whom wna referred the pel ii inn uf l.enis R. Minima, for Increass ' of salary, sulmiilled a verbal rspoii, nccuinpanied hy i ill. tollo.iug uiilii, v.liiiili ua. .iitolAvO. Ordeitd, 'i'li_l Mi. Muuioa.'. .SSM) U- fAW.|I *v a7IKI |»i annum, nud lli.it fur tin. sum In- A*' .ia^u.i.i.h*' lo ti-u.'li Mum, , ua u.'.i.'t(*lur..-. The Miijul »v. U'i|Ul-al«l lv ilifwllltaVofowWiW uf lln- l.'ouiinilU. ul lliv Cnj |V«W»t foi- | auuilititi, llial ll...
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 3 June 1847
MARRIAGES. In this city, 25th inst., by Rev. Mr. Ware, Mr. Avery W. Gilbert, of New Braintree, to Miss Eliza H. Wetherbee, of this city. A goot school Teacher ought to make a good wife. This happy bride was a "very good " Teacher. Iletti-e lite w is.iotn of iho bridegroom's choice. We hoja- that she may have anolht-i oppot (unity laaavaSßf* cr ... bl, of leaching " the young idea how In shoot." Tlfe enke was duly received. In this city May 26, by Rev. Mr. Ware, Mr. F. E. Gregory, to Miss S. F. Bird, daughter of Wm. Bird. At Billerica Mills, June 1st, by Rev. Mr. Proctor, Mr. S. Stillman Blodgett, of Amesbury, to Miss Hannah P. daughter of Herman Rodgers, Esq, of B. M. We acknowledge llie receipt of a generous slice of cake.