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GENTLE WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

GENTLE WORDS. A voting rose iv the summer time Is beaut itul lo me, And glorious the many stars That glimmer on the sen; But gentle words and loving hearts, And hands to clasp my o»u. Are belter than the brightest flowers Or stars thai ever shone! The sun mny warm the grass to life, The dew, the drooping flower, And eyes grow bright und v. .itch ihe liyht Of autumn's o|>cniiig hour— But words that breathe of tenderness, And smiles we know ure true, Arc wnrmer than lite summer time, And brighter than the dew. It is not much the world caug>ve, With ull its subtle art, And gold or gems ure not the things To satisfy the heart; Rul (di! if those who cluslre 'round The altar nnd tlie hearth, Have gentle words und loving smiles, How beautiful is earth!

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MISCELLANY. AN INTELLIGENT DOG. An Eccentric Character. PROGRESS. CHEERFULNESS. USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

MISCELLANY. AN INTELLIGENT DOG. An Eccentric Character. PROGRESS. CHEERFULNESS. USEFUL RECEIPTS. A cc _ , _ _.., . _,_ __ veljer, has sent us the following good story: A gentleman, while discussing the merits of his dog, not long since, remarked lhat lie wng valuable to go of errands. As an illustration of this point, ho privately secreted bis handkerchief behind the, cushion of the soft, and left the inn, in company with his dog. After walking for some minutes, he suddenly stopped, nnd said to his dog, '* I have left my handkerchief at the inn, mid want it"— giving no particular directions in reference to il. The dog irnmedialely returned nt full speed and entered the room which his muster had just left, lie wenl directly to the sofa, but the handkerclnel was gone, He jumped upon tables, counters, &c, but il was not to be seen. Il proved thai a friend li id discovered it, and supposing that it had been left hy mistake, hail retained il for ihe owner. Hut Tiger was not t...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

iniW STOHK. HATS, HATS !—CAPS, CAPS I TliesoiUoetilier iuinrm- his fileml-niul imldie. th«t £Q he Ftasiurrx lho-e who favor Into Willi Iheir imiroim.e a fV thnt lo- will i nin.-li tleon with as ffOOd mi niliele, it mil tietttr lot the ..rice, iluo. can he niirelutM-d el-e--uhere, A nootl usNorlineiil ol' Itluek Fur, Vremti ainMier nii.ti Mule-kin HATS -a very siiuenur iiidUitmii Moteskllt HAT. nl Ihereduettt price ol'O'i- Ion: French Moletiklii lor S'.iii utra Moleskin fur OJ siiuerMulesklu lor *3,50 extra Nuin fur for 03J0, sml line Nulrt. lor «1. JOtfKl'll 0. SMITH, I'siuhrlilgeuort. Kt-a Uloek.nciirlhe Duiveri.nl MweUni Honar. HATS. UAfS. UI.OVBB, [IMBRBLLAB, CANES, lit FFAI.O SKINS, Ac. I )■ If In nuyinsUniellmiiln.viMloeHnnt RVSSattSWOtIOOi it can he fully ol.lioiu.l hy niviuu mfuruintlon lo the suhscrilier. , „ lIATSsiuICAI'S in ml i- tv order and wiirruiiled lo 111. "GENTLEMEN'S furnishing STOKE. WILLIAM KIMBALL, DRAPFH & TAILOR, JVo. 3. HARVARD ROW, WOl'Ll&am...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

P 0 II T II A I T S. In las Italian style, black, or colore,! Crayons, liy MINN E. M.JIIIMI.VM, at No. 2 Kllery rjlreel Cambridge. Terms &I' 2, payable on delivery of llie portrait. KEFEHXNCEB. Ilev. Mr. Allan, 1 Trof, X. T. Clianiiiuj, > Cambridge. A W. Ilrtice, Sag., > Ifcotot. Arthur I). PhOaSO, Lm|., 5 [tf- I'rieiids uud visitors requested to call in the uftei noon Iwtweeu the hours uf lour und live. Jan 7—Liuily C lI~A S E' S DAGUERREOTYPE RQQMS, JVo. 257 Ji T ashington Street, Boston. Miniatures taken singly or in groups, with or without color. I'erfeci satisfaction gTvOB or no charge. {fc>- Likenefsesof children taken at uny nge. JO* otiuctt>m gii-tn iv Mr Art, 3 in 11. H. & R. F. PUUiEB, Counsellors at Law, NO. O STATE RBUT, iii'nky ii. TOLLER, > nnuTnivr kiciiard r. nnxER, 5 ouoiui\ 3m j 11. ~~IIoVKY'S PATENT SPIRAL - Straw Cutter. r TMIKSK machines ure thought to excel all others for cutting Hay...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 10 June 1847

VAXHABIB WATBH FOWEB CSOR BAI.K, on which i. , tiUIST SJJ|T Hi ' i n.ad ,„ Water,,,»„, Ma... 7 mile, from Ii ,",„" on he tnai,, C0,,,,,. JUatl. „ fHr ~,„ g „ „„ c" „ ,', wilhiti one luiinlrei) yurds ol the ,1...', ? i ''""' •he Ki.chbuij, Kail- oad ■ItetZ.! 1 Mill oa the ..retaise. lor tho U„ ",v "," |.r*s,-„l Mill ~ alsia, f„„ r *, ~" *'>«»" • ."'« 0r,... and 0... of ,1, L... Mill ha, lb* Itr.l „ g |,.0l wa.er.wilh la, Z&JZ. and corn-fi acker, with a lull supply of w.,t,, ,h" .-ruugh. Th. water power can tat l aZr purpose. ' umtr For further pnrl.eu.ars, apply In J. & 11. BatWß next door west of the Bunk.'cai.bri.l.ejM.rl. ' ' m 13 1-s-Oa, ** AHIHON ABIaK OJ HT IOOT fc shoe store, 1^ NATHAN IUJSHEIjT JR kh:iiahi>-' in.ocK, * Opposite the Univcrsalut Church, Main street < AMimiDunroiir. The Patronnieofformerciislomerßrespeetlullysullclted 0../' Itcpalriiigdoue hi, formerly, hy Mr. DUHANT, LADIES' GAITER BOOTH, " AC.OOH Assortm...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1847. NUMBER 7. 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. Holme's & 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 of 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 1, 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 17, 1847.

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POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE SISTER OF REMBRANDT. A FLEMISH STORY. EXTENDED FROM THE FRENCH OF ... I. THE FLOUR-MILL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

POPULAR SELECTIONS. THE SISTER OF REMBRANDT. A FLEMISH STORY. EXTENDED FROM THE FRENCH OF BERTHOUD. I. THE FLOUR-MILL. At a short distance from Leyden, on the banks of the Rhine, between the towns of Leyendorp and Koukerk, there was, in 1816, a hamlet composed of eight or ten houses. Among them was one of a higher class than the others: four stone steps conducted to a door which was almost always open, on which were engraved rude sculptures. Small windows were placed at each side of the door: the first story, a rare luxury on the banks of the Rhine, extended out for two or three feet above the door-sill, so that it offered to the visitor, a shelter from the rain or heat. Above was inscribed, among the Gothic ornaments, these words—" Jacques Gerretz, Flour Merchant." In the outer chamber of the house, sealed before a counter of while wood, which was covered with scales and weights, might be seen a woman of about thirty-five years of age. When young, her features might not have been d...

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II. THE ORPHANS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

II. THE ORPHANS. Next morning an old woman of the neighbor!)ood, who had kept watch with the bereaved family m the chamber of death, arose from the large arnchair where she had been sleeping, and went to open the window-curlaius. The room waa filled with daylight, and the led glare of ihe lamp grew pule and faded away. The corpse of llie departed , lay extended on a couch, and covered wilh drupery, which just indicated the form beneath. M. (ierrelz, his eyes swollen wilh weeping, leant on a table, seeking to stifle his remorse and grief with incessant drinking. I'ailher oil' were three little children weeping together. Peside them sat a )oung girl, pale, and bowod down wilh sorrow, who told them not lo weep, yet wept herself. Another person entered the room. It was the woman to enshroud ihe dead. The four children threw themselves on the body of iheir mother. " Mother ! mother!" they cried, " we will not let thee go; we will die wilh thee ! Mother, listen lo vs —look at thy liltle c...

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III. THE FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

III. THE FUTURE. 1 T>e«pair is nt first like n burning fever, who-*c j tortures exalt and piodnco a fictitious rnergy : in such a state tho hardest sacrifices and exertions seem oa»v . Hut this firM crisis past, lassitude fob ! lows courage, feebleness succeeds lo energy. Tin n we shrink before our former resolutions; wo bend under onr heavy burden; we can neither endure the Inttei, r.or execute thn former; wo doubt our ; 1 selves; we weep. j 8o wepi Louise, when, poor child us she was, she felt herself alone in lhat large house, which appeared bo desolate without her mother. Her cares uud responsibilities seemed numberless. "I can never do all." «he cried, as, bitlerly sobbing, she sank back iv her mother's urm-chnir. Then what wnuld he tlie end ? Her father wus incapable of business; the house would he without rule or order; thu customers would leave—then poverty and misery ! No, no; one musl foresee such trials, uud prevent them. Courage, poor child, Ood will protect t...

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IV. JACQUES VAN ZWANENBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

IV. JACQUES VAN ZWANENBURG. Pxfore continuing ibis history, we must sny n word rt*gardinji the utlisl to whom Louise wns about to consign her luolher. F.docated by his good nnd pious mother, who had bei n a widow for twenty years, Jacques Van Zwanenburg grew up to manhood without know ing any cares or sorrows. \\ ben just entering on his professional career, he had the gteat misfortune of becoming atlaehed to a beautiful girl, whom be followed every where—for her he quitted even his mother. Il was blind attachment the objet of it was a heartless flirt. After having encouraged the entbusia'-tic addresses of the young painter, she married another. The blowfell heavtlv, but Jacques bore up under its infliction. " 1 will return home," said he, " for there I shall suffer less in weeping on mv mother's bosom; I she will understand me, and cnmfoit me. Thnnk . God, I nm nol alone in tin* world ! I have slill my I mot hei lo love me; and a mother*! love never deceives, they say." I Returning...

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V. THE JOURNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

V. THE JOURNEY. Some distance fiom Lev den, the little rrvrrisgr . tn which were 1 oni-e nnd Paul pi-sed by n man who lay extended insensible nn the rond. Louise jmnpfd ont. restored him to con«rinusne*». nnd j wished him to entrr the ronveynnec \'nn Zwnn- ] enbnrgh, ■onted near the fool of n tree, watched proceeding, nnd felt Ih» eyes moisten with nn- . wonted MM* U" ro*'- *k*i addrewed the young . girl. Louise answered candidly, nnd by degree* ' be le-uned ibe motive of her journey. The eountennnceof Zwanenburg darkened: he looked ft*verety M Paul, nnd spoke no mor*. Soon «ft«r, the travellers pissed by ft forge, which c«st ft red -md splendid glnre on iho fine** of th* workmen, contrasting with iho gloom of tha cavern behind. The child stopped short, clasping hia hands with ecstacy. "O, Louise, look, look !" he cried. j " GmM thou sketch this scene?" incredulously asked their taciturn fellow-traveller. Paul took a pencil, and iv a few moments traced a sketch, imperfect no doubt, ...

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VI. TEN YEARS AFTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

VI. TEN YEARS AFTER. .Autumn, that season so majestic, and yet so melancholy on the hanks of the Rhine, autumn had btought back Yon Zwanenburg from the liltle farm where he wns wont to pass the summer time. Ten years had introduced many nnd salutary changes in the painter's household. The good angel who had caused this was Louise Gerrelz, whom, on the death of her father and Fruncoise, he had received into his house, and adopted as his own child, together with her brother Paul. The young girl was now changed into the active, brave-hearted woman of twenty-five; nol beautiful—for ihe feature of Louise wanted regulnrily—but there waa a sweetness, nn expression of goodness in her smile, that won all hearts. The artist nnd his pupils blessed ihe day when Louise came among Ihem. She waa always ready to watch over the sick, console those who were mortified with ill success in art, and encourage with kind words those who cast aside their pencils in despair. The love ond confidence of Van Zw...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

ITon't Qnnrrrl with a Neighbor, 1 r.von though he denica yoa your ju»l rights. Il 'I. holier lo .utter in pence, lhan lo gel angry anil ! maintain your ground. There i« nothing ito mod. 110 he deprecated U a quarrel. The toolh-ache if. nothing to it. Wo run only compare it to a writ al I jour heel.—nnd even il.i. would not como nine- ! ieen lime, in twenty, hnd there nol previously heen Imnl word, nod harder thought*. Thero enn bo nolhing ,11.111,1 t,i o quarrel. If wo were a preacher, oneo a yenr wo should prertch from Ihe tent, '••Live pea'cenlilv wilh all men." Look at thai r neighborhood, family, or church thati. euraed with ! a quarrel, andwh.it doc.it prc.ent I A cage of thing, unclean. Haired, entry, bickeringe, hard word, ami bmt» insinuation. move on the face of all thai wu» lovely.—deatroying peace, joy ahd every viriue. And nln. '. how difficult ilia lo ond a quarrel ai hen it geta into the chorch or family. We ■liould rather nllempt lo dam lha water, of iho IV nulncot in...

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THE RIVULET. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

THE RIVULET. I love the little, lauding ■ ill That all lite live long day, Cit s spa. kling, -ingbig, dancing still. Through meadows, l.u away. Oh, oft I've chased that sportive stream In summer's Minny hours, Ait<) watched each silvery tipple "learn, Off phick'd lb<: hoidci ing (lowers. Au I still I love 10 stand and gazu Along its winding shore, Ami dream ol happy, happy days That w ill return no moie. Rnt hie, like thee, lluws on, sweet lit), An,l I, like thee, must baste, Each day lo do my Fathers' will, .Nor turn one hour lo waste.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

Thick; or a Maniac. A pauper named " Silly Hen," the inmate, of u union not far from Essex, was so refractory that the governor, in order lo subdue him, ordered (hat hu should be confined in ihe " dead bouse," where lay the body of a man lately deceased. Afur a lapse of two hours the porter visited the maniac, when to his horror, the poor fellow, M he imagined, dropped a corpse ul his feet, us hu opened the door. Horror-stricken, | he hastened lo the governor, y\ho, npnii being informed uf the horrid circumstance, went, accompanied by several others, to the " dead house,"' where they hehelfj Silly Ben stretched upon the ground. While deploring bis fate, the corpse in the collin suddenly lose, exclaiming, " Hani limes, master," and then shrank back into hi* narrow shell. An immediate rush from thu habitation of j death to ihe governor's house was the result, when t the governor nnd several others fainted. After a I great lapse of lime a crowd of olHeers and others j repaired lo the d...

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EDUCATION AT THE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

EDUCATION AT THE WEST. The seurcity uf schools fur tbe education of the j) on tig in the Western Stated, in v cause of iegret | ami unxiety among iutelligi-ul and thinking men throughuiil the country. And well it may bo. The i Tbe nature of our civil institution* is such lhat nn equal distribution of means fur the promotion ol knowledge aiming the people, in a mutter of vital importance. If ihe inhabitant* in one part of ihe laud aro suffered to lite iv ignorance, and those in the olber puilinns rank high iv ihe scale of intelligence and relinemeiit, ihere cannot exist between them a communion of feeling. Ignorance and intelligence never hud, and never will have, syinprithy iv common, nnd in a guveinmeut which twin is only by the will of the people, felluw-fet ling is the cohesive aliracliou by which that " existence is nindu sure." Mutual interest inn tttrong bond, a bond lhal will hold men in subjection, uud keep a nation together under trying circumstances; bul it botOtUai a we.i...

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THE SILVER MINES OF MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

THE SILVER MINES OF MEXICO. Wo are tempted to makt* some further exiraets from (iilliams bunk tin .Mexico relating to the mines and the process of mining iv Mexico. Speaking of the appearance of the veins uf silver, he says; " I was much surprised when I perceived lhat tbe veins nf sitvei ore were perceptible upon the surface, for I bad imagined lhat the treasures of niilure lay buried deep benettlh mother earlb i and ihe mountain-rock, obscured from all anxious eyes, ns does iht? rich man's money in his balden coffers. Bul nol so with bountiful nature ut Zacalecas, for she has, wilh the finger of her plentiful hand, plainly marked out the useful ore to iht; view of man, so thai he cannot be foiled, or unrewarded in bis labors in excavating the precious metals." p. p. 21b, 17. The following is Iho description of one of the principle mines belonging to a .Mexican company : it is called the Hacienda de la Benefit: in Mincitile. The cost per week for conducting its operation is said to...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

A man went into one of our markets not long since anil stated that he wished to make some purchases, remarking at ihe same time, that he wanted to pay the rash, consequently tho nrlicles must be sold at the lowest rates. Mo mntle his selection, and told the market man to send them to Ins house, — which was done, expeetiiig tho bill would be paid tbete, but it was not; cnniequonlly the next morning, he was OOOOOted as ho entered the market, as follows:—" I thought ynu snid you wanted to pay the cash for ihe articles you had yesterday morning; and in consideration of which I reduced th<* puce somewhat to foo." Tim man replied, " My frond fellow, it in just an f told ynu, f do want to pay the cash, OCT I itAv'nr GOT TIIK CASH TO PAY ! !" I-'irf.— The alarm of fire yesterday firennnn ItOM from KnM Cambridge, Aft Roving boon discovered in the cellar of the Unitarian Church, who li warn exiinwtihout much iOMftfli The al.irm >~, Monday mornlot; was mused by some DOOrd...

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For the Chronicle. WHAT CAN BE DONE? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847

For the Chronicle. WHAT CAN BE DONE? Mr. Kpitoh,—The rapid and incieasing tide 1 of emmigralion which is 1 flowing in upon us has begun to awaken iht* seiious ntteuliou and alarm of our law-makers and citizens. The condition of the emigrants who arrive nl our ports is most deplorable. In poverty uml helplessness ihey Icfl a land of famine and destitution; sick, diseased and starving, they usk to land in our cities, to become the objects of our charities and suppoit. To expect lhal this uuiinlcuaiift! will long be tendered freely, willingly, or at ull, is lo expect whai it is not proper or just fur human nature to grant. Thu specimens of foreign emigtatils which we have heen forced to become familiar with, have not created an inclination fnr niulliplv ing thu number. j Moreover it is out consistent with our national honor, tamely to bear the impositions which the I selfish governments of Kuropc are so willing to put upon us. Nevertheless our laud is (he home for the distressed, and a...

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