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For the Chronicle. GOOD AIR AND GOOD MANNERS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
For the Chronicle. GOOD AIR AND GOOD MANNERS. Mu. I'm row: — Permit me to call attention to a ■ uiatl'-r, which, at this .season of the year in partic- t utur, is outt nf considerable import nice, not only 00 j regards health, but actual comfort. I mean, the ! neces-ity of hiving the atmosphere in our meeting houses, as pute and fresh as it can pos&gt;ib]y be made. In order to ensure Hits, cure must faff taken to] thoroughly purify the faoBOO, some time before it is I occupied, — say the whole d,\y preceding,—as well, ■loo, for a few hours preyious to the morning exercises; the fotiiit-r should no more be omitted than the latter. It i.s, also, of decided advantage, alike to the visual organs, to bodily comfort, and, in no less a degree, to the moral feelings, to soften the glare which is occasioned bv a bright sun ami clear glass, by ('losing ihe blinds, or unfolding the curtains, al least on lint side most exposed lo the sun's ■ rays. When this is done), the xvindnws may re...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
For the Cliroiiiile. Disrtivinrn Sf rii*.. CfcTTir.oN.—Them np- ] pears to be tin eflbrt on ihe part of Mr. Morton and his friends, lo claim ihe honor of ihe nbove discovery. Noyv, I merely wish lo inquire, if Mr. Morton is the original discoverer, wbv he calls himself the " 0.M1 ttVai " Of Hr.Jacl.son, in cases where he sells the rigid to other individuals ? ii. r. (.. Roffl Iff TV I 1'miikI) Statfs.—The Genesee Fanner cay" lhat " the floj fSBOJ in the United Stale*, thin pant year, ia three times iho worth of (he cotton crop. Too * ■lending ereaw' of urine)-, eontunon o*&gt; ntially two bundled milliom. bushels of corn.
MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
MUNICIPAL.....City of Cambridge. j In meeting of the Major und Aldermen, lust evening, June Ifi. j I'ttiUom prtsented and rtftrred—Of I*. U. „. Stone, ! lhal B purl of Harvard slieel may ba graded, so thai ' water will mn off— of Out*. 0, l.iiib-and others, tlmt v Blretl iv Ward l| fioni Hi.title street Inwards l*'te«h I Puiul. may be laid out by the city—ul Bcnj. A. Small !tu sell hie crackers till after the -111. of July. j Sundry paper* Iruin ihe Common Council were re- : fined in concui rence. Order lioui ihe Ciiiinnii Council, imlhuii/.ing the Treasurer to burrow live thousand dollars iv nulieqmtiun of luxes, pafscd iv concui it me. The upon of Coiniiiillic on Public Jiistitietion. The report of C'oniuiillee uu Public I'lopeit) against the piuebarit) uf a 10l of land fur lite enlargement ul ihe hchuul OOOaa lut in Hreen Mreet. Alan a iep..rl from the lama Cuiuuiitlce, submiliiug plans, fce.j were seveiiill) acci pled iv concurrence. Ordinances IHlfffflf I" hr tntt.tlut— AnOnlin...
[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle] COMMON COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
[Reported for the Cambridge Chronicle] COMMON COUNCIL. CoVI Mos CoOOOIti June |&amp; Bepecta no dw petitiona ef Miaah Goodwie, 000. CoOtMgO ami o.heis, Thomas height..ll and olh.fs. Ilerve-, Davis and otheis, WOWJ sevrt ally accepted in ■ concuricii' e. Onffioaoaw pasnd to /■■• ■rdaiotof Ab Ordlnopfo. t&gt; iiddilion In U OvdiaOOOO, prescribing thl duties of Weighers of Hay and nlber aiticles—.\n Ordinance, ! in H-blilion lo an Ordinance, for lite supprt-ssi-.n ol dietortatneea co the Lord's day—Ap Ordiooooai ■■&gt; n.billion lo nn Ordinance, establishing a Fysltiu of , accotintability in die expendilutes of llie Cily. An order iiittboi iziog ihe City Tit.isniei lo boTTOW the sum of five thousand dollars iv an'icipation ol the revenue from taxec, was adopted and cent up. PoaMdM la owolfad Ao Ordinance aataUtshlng llie salary of certain Cily Ofticers —An Ordinance ielatroltttog the going al laige of Dogs within the City Of Cambridge. j Rrports arciptrd and sen...
Meeting of the School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
Meeting of the School Committee. TumiiAV, June 15. A special meeting was held this thty, in iho room nl" the Mever and Asldeimaa. Present, Iho whulo Board. Mi. Sleaniß, frum the Coiinuitlee on the Btgh School Department, Mtnfcliikda Ki-purt concluding wilh llie following Kesulves. Resolved, Thai in the opinion o( the Board, it is expedient, Ist. That the present system of High School lush action cease ut the expiration of iht: pre Bent term. 2 I. Thai ihe Board organize a Central High Behoo 1 fur lha whole City, to lie opeueil in tht: Brou.'w.iy School House,at the commencement of the Pull Term, in September next, ]&gt;rot idetl ihey .shall bave authority hum the Cily Council so to do. 3.1. Thai considering (he distance of this building from some pails of Ward l,lbe existing n-WOOBjBBMeta for Ni:,li School studies iv that Ward be continued fur lin* present. The Kepi.tt tinil Kesulves were severally adapted and Ueaara Siearna ami Porter were appointed » Coinmillee lv transmit...
POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
POLICE REPORT. Ji'illiam Lull, of Boston, for immoderate driving on Broadway, Ward 2, Sunday, Juno 13ih, was lined $5 and costs. Pltilliy Curran was arraigned for keeping n noisy, ill-governed, and disniderly huusu. Tho magistrate nol having final jurisdiction in the mailer, defendant WM ordered to recognize to Juno Term of C. C. Pleas at Coucnrtl. John G'ootlrich, for breach of I3lh Section, 17ih Chapter Revised Statutes, keeping open after 10 o'clock, P. M., and selling strong liquors, was tiued accordingly. Michael Raidy, for no assault on Christy Caldwell, was tined *r'2 and costs. j Alexander Hewes was lined $2 and costs for selling lire crackers without license, contrary lo (ilh Section, ftHlh Chapter Revised Siatutes. Frank .MeCusky, for throwing stones in tho streets, am) otherwise breaking City laws, was lined 5U cents ami costs. James Flood was sent lo the House of Correction three months, fur being a stubburn, disubedienl, and disorderly hoy.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
Oanai. Through the Isihmis of Surz. — We translate the folloyving from the columns of our industrious neighbor of the Dco'tcli* Schnellpmtl from what source he derived the intelligence yve are not informed. The cutting through the Isthmus of Suez is at last determined upon. Thu conditions of this enterprise in which Fur*pe is eniiibined are: I. Fgx pt is matle a neutral Slate: her neutrality and independence nre guarantied by the Forte, France, Fnid mil and Austria: '£. I'russia, Russia, Ninth America, ant) power* of the second rank are invited to recognize this ne'iti ality: 3. Fiance, England and Austria makes the culling at their own cost and levy a tonnage till the outlay is matle up: 4. The execution of thn work cannot be interrupted even by the breaking out of u war between ilie contracting parties. Austria undertakes to make the Nile navigable us far as Painiclta, where there is lo be an immense harbor (the oversight of this | part of the work will he given to Captain Morning...
CITY ORDINANCES. [No. 24.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
CITY ORDINANCES. [No. 24.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. lii the yenr one ihotmand eight hundred nml forty neven. AN OKDIN.AN* 1., For the Snprendmi id I&gt;i*.iml&gt;suiceM un the l.oid'n .lav. Re it ordained by the City Council of the City of Cambridge, im follows; '1, Every pent..!., who .hall,.m ihe 1,....!'- |&gt;ny, race, nr ride, ot ihivo, f.ir ti ml of cpeed. tiny horw* or other animal of ihe bent kind, on any MM*et of highway in Ihe city, or who (trail, by the tan hu*. immoderiili- or tli«ordeily riding or driving ninny pitch or nlher nnim.il, whether hm m **»cl io nnv gig.»baine, or uther vehicle, m n..|, ur l&gt;v oni-"*, "I ■". "i '""- -i i iep, mi nny ion h wlreel nr hmhw.iv , dim ml. the public p.ne.-, m ah,II .m.1.-I nr emlnugei nnv pei *.n, in going to nr reluming fi.no public wot-hip, &lt;&gt;i rd. ill nhulriict, ttiinuy m intenupt nny pel "no in ihe bee nml tpiii t enj .ymenl ol Inn ieli v i..v« nghl* and pnvileg •, i&gt...
[No. 25.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
[No. 25.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. In the jroor 000 tboOBOOd ei»lil litindretl uml fol ly-neven. AN ORDINANCB, In addition in nn "Ordloanoa aaublldi)a| a mteoi of ncconiitiil.ility in lin: cxpcii liinieti of llie Oily Ri it onlaintd by the City Council of the City of Combndg,, gg f,U„w.s ;~ 1. All City bnicciH, ulin#li.ill, in their offloUl ea|):ieily, rt-eiivi- any nioncy on hi Inilfol" the City, hint II mv io tin: Trvaßoror tin- ainoonl in their baaaag oaea in ihrea Dionllia a aod nftaoor of raoobodi except the Cullcclor of TaSOOf W,,(J hhnll mnke fiich |i:i\nii-nt whenever the kiiiii in hin htiniU i-li;ill ainonnl to fne lnin.lrcl &lt;lnll.n&gt;i. All t.ihcr paraooa, who thall have money in their li ui.ln bvhmginf io the Cily,shall foithwiih my tha a»ioa to \\w. Tmunirar; wbo Khall.oi the ora| thty ill t'veiv inonih, ni.ikc on! auriUcti Ktalcinent of nil hiit rt'ceijiii*, a.*i TVooßuriir. fof the prooading in.mill,atailtig in detail the botctbl amoonta, tin- hands of ti...
[No. 26.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
[No. 26.] CITY OF CAMBRIDGE. : In llie year unv thnnsan.l OlfOl hnn.he.l and fully .sevrn. AN Q&amp;DINANCE In a.ldilion to an «• Ordinance, the iluticri uf ih.- wrifhan al Boj aod mhar artiiJaa." Ri it or-humd ly the City Council of the Cily of trmfSfmrntfiagg, rtl J IliWx .' 1. The fei-s fur nt the City SoaVa, hlmM he as to.iowgmia \\ it :—one t.-ni ;\iui one half lor even boadred pOtUWh &gt;•• hay Of straw; at llie rate of eight \ i.iits fur every &lt;"&lt;&gt; UIbOBOOd ponn&lt;l« of tin ilia, an- , ihincit.• or ..tin i- cual, ii.m. ice, shine, and Inmln-r, j and iMic cenl fm rvi it handled p. .until nt any olhei | arliele; povide.l, howcicr, tint llie Ices fag »ei&lt;;liini&gt; I any nilicle olhcr than ihiine ah.ye s|&gt;ecilie,l, shall nc\- ' I'i'l.r Irs-, iliiin leu en's, nor m.ne tliiin fiiiy eoote; and the tare shall in all cite* be weighed withoillj charge. » 1 2. I In' s'imli srrlinii of an " t)ialinan...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
DEATHS. In ilii« i-in. Sib iimi, Q. area Bhadd, 17; Kill, laat, William 11.'1.ana1.,. 1 real .•....... 1,, rharlaatitae. M laat, lata. M.-Nall, Tdaea. |a Putataieaih. N. 11. 11th alt, Mis. Man A ..sun. S3, ~ i,l,rn of llie 111, Pjllli I Au.lili, Lm|. The lasl ol llie senior line, ol llie I', uliull. Un nml IV, nl ..nulla —ami ilie atdeat ■aaahaf al the Hard. I'luueli iv tint place. " tireal Bad ! 'Die heart of n mother i. itiine ,l,\ll iH'.Hltllul .l.llk."
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
I'l HE COLD HATKII. The lolviealea uf 'I'e.llpel auee meet I'lrn MONDAY BVENINsB, nl "4 o'lloek. In riaiiklin Hall, Main etreat. Ward I, Prtrpar quaaliaaa are diaouaaad, I'.U II ll la."', *'■• st The ,|,ie-ln,n lo Ire rlisi nssr-il next Mullay F.Teninrs is litis :— In what manner can art Ikpl pniinote Ihe raose ol Tempi! ant e. ap tS—Sm joiiv ri-. tu. rr.YEiiA i. iwu /-;/i ta KXft, Slal, Sir,a I. 11l r.a. ~| 11.,- 11 ll ll . rsnl Ist ll.lir. 11, Wmil l( I'liiails I I HMsilKll AT MIO.T Mill. 1.. rotiND. IN llii. Cilv. near Caniln nlae llii.lfie. a OSLO I HUU't'.LLT, uliiih .in- ...ii'ii eaahaea liyup-r : plying i,( llii. olli.e an.! pa, inp eliar^e.. &gt; «T-* HOUSE ON MAIN STREET. ; /A I lII'. ile.ir.il.l,-n-.i.lvim on Mail, .tnrt.uou of--L.A- raipil'l Ll I*. M AChINTOSIt, I.sip, „ ill 1.'t.1--ealerl on ol aU.nl 111 - 1-1 ol Jul,. I'luLu'l- Infoiimilinll can lit* iil.laiae.l l,v aptiKinfi at tin- luui.e, ttlnrli I ' can U- inspeelei! ilail,,'lioill !» til 12, A. M , 110,1 fr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
I BniCK STOHE TO LET ON A LEASE I UK A TEII.M Ol' YEARS, one ..1.1.- 1..-i lor.tad Sun,'- in ih.- Oh, "i C -; liiiilki', n.lj.rnrma Willard'a Otaa'tbaa OKet.aaat tl,.- ] CoHrgt-a. Tlie Store and Cellar »lrl ha lalwkhorl Wilhual Ihr' 1'11,m1,, ». Also llie Ml,all .to, kof ti RO- , CBRIEH..,, h.,,,,1, „iillieaold .... raaae ita lartne.l Fur lin lin i pail a vial. iiii|iin,',,| 11,,- |,i,s. nl un iipiuil, "L" J" I ll" („, ~,,„, .. n.ail, llrnU a'ialn ~-a,.. I iii IT—3,* w ii.i.iam BROWN. TO SE LET. A CONVENIENT Uouaa, naadr aaw,aoaialnlaf I •». ..", Komi water, ko.. aitaaiad on Maiu "."■■■'. '"' ; " ill'- Bapiiat Meeting Hpaaa. A lli.in.i- on MninU Atil.il, ,t sluil, Irilltaiuing 6' room.. j A ni-ii buiMieg, a alatalaa a (rest aad hu k Shop, | a large room i„ ,i„. „,, f norm, aad a Large-aiiie, j gaad ,-,-llar. iv,-., ► ,|,|,. |„ r nhn./.t ant kiad of Im-i--neaal vtill Incaiedon .Main ureal. Two i ~, „,n iini.hi-,1, in thn aaeoad Mori of a Mlding, in a good fiiueliou oo Main etreat, wi...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
\«tf JOseill S'l'l'DLia, I i_ Druggist and Apothecary, i_ FISKI'.'S ISI.IM h, Conor of .Main ft Austin Sh., Ciuiilrriilgfpii: I. Whan lira, la- li.linrl 111 l Ufai.tllllliil ~f Drega, Mi.lirin,.., I",trail Miaanin., 1a,,,, Ailiili,, fj,. limn i&gt;, 1..', i l PUBE SOD 4 WAITS, with Saaay Sis-mas. i I'lum Jan. Preeeriptloae pefeoaaMi alttndtd 10. i Hatli.-iii.-r ,!. liui.,l uam 1t..... ~1 111, nl 1... I Also —Mnl.lllail, an.'l ,1 ali-i in I'ai I, |, if.', Orrt'imil Leather Paaaereatlee, Vegetable Butrmet. Oil rio.t|i, l.ii(iilil Ink, Ink I'.m.itas, &amp;., ~ 4.,;, m IT \ REAL ESTATE OFFICE, IjVtxi iloor ICi-il of il,e Bank, Cambridgsyort, JU 11. HEWS, offer ilr.ii eeretcea ... .In- publio . ill lII.' |ur,li:i&gt;i-ilinl s A 1.1...1 UEALEIITATE, in LBTTINU lIH'KI.I.IMI HOUSES, Stoma Jto., anil in all nllira Ulsiilet. iroillli'ili.l Willi ill, manages mr r.t ~i iiir tame, m in WILLIAM HOIKY, JIl., ADCTIONBLR AMD KK.ll. ESTATE AGENT, HI 111 l l&gt; SNOW'S...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
AUCTION SALES. rill.VlTl'Hi:, PIANO FORTE, A,. ON Till 'IISIIAY, June 21, lit half pa.t SuVU.ik, nl the Dana House, roriirr ill Hartunl and tliiinej sn,a Is, (art ol' the Furniture nl' a gaatleatan tearing lha eu, j, oooallting i,l Three-I'ly ami Kull.li nattoad ir Carpet.—Si,aw Matting—.Stair r.njnt lend Roda—Painted Lulu Carpel.—ilt-arlh liui; — ' Maboganj Book Case, Ohtaa DoOle—Geaa Seat 'Chans- Mail,!,- T,.p Pier Tal.l" —Pillar Ex -nri ■ lt.ui.ia Tal.lt— Pi i i Dinner Ware Cheratad ivfI he il..—lut Class Caators—earlet, of lilu.. W are— j two .'lit Chl-s Lntt; l,an.|ih -,ciii al atlieles A nt iiji'-s Mahogany ramitere, in rueUenl aadaP-r-Coamtlag lKiaiu Seiriia,)— tun I'erleslala liir Fitjiire. —a I',aa I Liglll Sola. ..hamliliei—Sular, Aslmi »,„l Ilnuk.t I.an. |r. -s. I i.riiill . r,Mains, (Vruiee., SttMgl, *se — ' l».e.siiia ami olber Hin eau«-Sink, uml lluliMai.... ■|— lli.lMia.ls— Hail Malliasse.—Loikilg Ula.M-a— , Night Cabinet—Kitebr n Porn here aad Beodtlea. —a. 11 uYloik...
POST'S CORNER. The Child and the Autumn Leaf. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
POST'S CORNER. The Child and the Autumn Leaf. BY SAMUEL LOVER. Down by the river bank I t-lrnvM Upon tin nulumii da) ; Uuiide Ihe lading ||MM ihero I taw n child at piny. She play'd among the yellow lenvei— The leuvci that once were fNflftfc Aud thing up.m the panning stream What mice had blooming been ; Oh! deeply tlid it touch vi) heart Tv see lhat child at play ; It whs the meet uncouciuus spurt Of childhood with decay. Fair child, If by thi* t-i renin tliuu alruy, Wheu nfler years go by ; Tlie scene lhat tuakctf thy childhood's tpuit May make thy ngeV nigh ; When fan! you see around yn fall Tlie Hiuniiiei's leafy pride, And mark the river liiuiviii" ou \ Iv ne'er returning tide ; Then inav ynu feel, iv peimive luood. That life's a summer dream ; And man, at last, forgotten fall— A leaf upon the stream.
MISCELLANY. THE PERILOUS ENTERPRIZE. A HEBREW LEGEND. THE CONGRESSMAN'S REASONS. THE WATER CURE. THE WIDOW'S DAUGHTER. What if People do Speak against You? [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
MISCELLANY. THE PERILOUS ENTERPRIZE. A HEBREW LEGEND. THE CONGRESSMAN'S REASONS. THE WATER CURE. THE WIDOW'S DAUGHTER. What if People do Speak against You? " La laugae pent procurer la iimrt A siinire Iv vie." Thero was once upon v time a very powerful king, who had uu only uud much beloved son.— This eon became extremely ill, uud the physicians declared lhat nothing would euro bim but thinking ihe milk nf thu lioness. The king immediately caused a proclamation to be published, announcing the fact, and calling upon In &gt; royal subjects tv exert themselves to prut ure the milk, ami thereby save the life of their future sovcreigu. Hut the mission was of too perilous a nature,ami none came foward to offer their services. At length a man was found darit g enough lo undertake it. Tin: kitg was overjoyed, unci suid to him— ** If you succeed, I shall mako yon a grandee of my kingdom. " Tins man told tbo king that he would require six goats, which be instantly received. With ihem ...
USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 June 1847
USEFUL RECEIPTS. Hen to ii.vvk Miool Piki » T riMt, I'rrpuie Ih, n,,.;,! In bOitln| and chopping, vi for immediate ooo—mix it uiih a laltobla portion of sue I, spice and salt—(hen put in an OortbOri pet, pound il lioun, and ever it with ihs botl Of OnbuffOe, keep it win roil 0 ill ot.t fiee/e, and it will Of lit fur use tiny time. My wife has adopted ihe abme n.urse fur four or five years, with perfect MOOflU; so that WO have had inline pies made Iron ;il killed IM Deermher, ius constant in July following as in J.mn.n V .._ M, un r Amor, ' LfaVKIIf/o Ink.- 'I.ike sixpenec worth of Lunar eoMlhitOod hevtog put it Into on ounce vial of rfoogor, oorh it tight and bmoj n in toe sua, In ., oooplf of days it will bj fit foff OOOi To make n hfOfsWilafl fcf (lie ohoVO, |~U ft lump of pearlaali of the sue of n chesnui, ami dissolve it in a gill of rain wnler. The pail of tin- OlOSlffl In lie uiilleii upon, is to 00 wet wilh the prcp, tl nihm, and dried and ([lazed with a hot flat iron: mmo di...