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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
PURE COLD WATER. The adlvocates of Temperance meet every MONDAY EVENING, at 7 1/2 o'cloek, in Franklin Hall, Main street, Ward 2. Proper proper questions are discussed. facts relaled, &amp;c. &amp;c. The question to be discussed next Monday Enevis this :— In what manner can we best promote the cause of Temperance. nap 22- 3m JOHN PEAR. FUNERAL UNDERTAKER, State Street, in rear of the Universalist Church, Ward II. COFFINS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. HARD-WARE. BeNJAMIN P. TODD, Brattle Sheet, near Battle Square, OLD CAMBRIDGE, Offers for sale, on the most reasonanble terms, a general assortments of Hardware, cutlery, Building Materials, Carpenters' Tools, and Housekeeping Articles consisting in Cut and wrought Nails, Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc, Iron Pumps, Oven, Ash, and Boiler Doors. Window weights, Pulleys, and Lines, Mortice, and other Locks, Bolts, Butts and Screws, Tacks, and Brads, Glue and Sand paper, Bench and other Plane, Hand, Pannel, and Back Saws, Chisels, Beve...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
Minm.» »rx n. At a Meeting OJ the Coanilj C'oiiiiiii.siutieis for mill County, at Cuttfurd, o/i the jit si day of June, A. I). 1K47, ON the IYliliou of Sl-'.'l'll III.MIS, and other., praying lor n dimly Koa.i fiom ihe termination of a new mini, nuir llie house of Nnli Bank, Is I -xteiul from the tei iiiiuii. of .aiil new mail, lo W ai.liingtoii slioi.t iv W'e.t Nt-wltm, or tirove sheet iv Newton Lower Falls, il wan adjudged by said CommisHiiiiier. that said County Koail, a. played fur, in of eiiiiiinon convenience nnil necessity. l'lir.u nit therefore lo said adjudication, Notice is lienliv yiveu, that .aid ('.iiiiiuissjniierd will meet lit j Ihe ltailroad House, iv West Ni-wlon, mi the third j day of August next, at nine o'cloik in llie foieiioon, for die pin pone uf laying out Baiil SS played fur. Per order, JDSIAII ADAMS, C'hairiniin. I'lauiiiigliuiii, June IK, IHI7. dl—je 21 TO BE LET. A CONVENIENT and plassanll. sltnattd Rmss mi M.niiii Auburn strati. Apply tn JAMES 11. THAVEB...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
[No. 25. j city or CAMHiiiiM.i:. In Ihe ye.ro.ie ll,„u„„„| ei|(lll ,„„„,„.,, forlv ., cvt . u . AN ORDINANCE, '" "Ill"" &lt;■'. Oiilinaniccstuhlinhing « .y.tein of nee ounlahilily ~, ,|„. npnilani ul the City Be U ordain,.! Ayr/,, . „„ Conned of Ihe City of Csnanmn, m fottovm; — 1. All Cily Oficar., win, shall, ,„ir official ea- ! paeity, receiie ~„y „,„„,•, ~„ l„ half of Ihe 01, , shall pay to the 11ea.,,,,., the ai ml i ir hands, once ! 1.. lhr«- 11i0i111.., ami oll.nei if „,, .d.exce, ■ tollector of l.ixes, who shall make such payininl whenever tlie mm ,„ hi, hand, ,1 amount la file hundred dollars. All olher persons, who shall have money 111 Ihe, rha hi longing lo the fill, shall foilhwilh pay the same 1.. 111.- Treasurer; who" shall, on the hist day of evei, month, make out a wrillen .laleineut ol nil In. iwalpu, as Tieiinurer, for the araeaainf llloiilh.nlallilg in .1, lad tin- several anionuls.lhe names of tlie persons ol iihun.aiid on what account Ihe same were recei...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
V*\X.T/aVBX.Xi WATER Jr-OWBH, I i3H&gt;B BALE, on whrcbj. , .iltlKT Mi 1.1., s,i„. nle.l in Wattrlown, Mus.. 7 mile. I,„i„ li,,si„„, "" I'"' '"-"ii 0 ny Road, near ihe Sarins Hut. I, mm! •Ilblaon.! .linljiir.l, ol ihc depot „l'utir,iiii-li „l ili.- I'll.ldling 1i.,i|.,,„„i. ti,,.,,. ha. hsaa uiiii.i | Mill on 111,, pnnnlw. I.n la. In.l .illy -Ml. | Ihe saaaeal Mill i. iils.m |„,„ JeHt , „!,!_ ,„ 8 ,,',„| aaijaa larder, sod ana „i lb. !«■., Mud. la tks saaatrr, The I Mill has Hi,- lii.i right „l enter, null iwa raaefuoae ! unit corn-cracker, wi.h a lull supply af water ill,' yen ] through. TaS Winer power c.iii be' u.ed fur any oilier \ purpose. tin limber particulars, apply 1.. J. &amp; 11. HEWS, next door nest of the 11.u.h, CuihtMgnajti in 13 J. M. RUSSEI.X. STORY, 111 A 1.1. II I N I'OKKIfi.N AM) domestic Hard Ware and Cutlery, &lt; •.MliltlOt.ll'OHT, Oppmile llie " Olil Line " llniuly Office, in b'—o'in LEWIS e. sivctt, Cabinet and Chair Maker, 'la Ihe rt...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
i AUCTION BAL.ES. j IT IIMTIKK, PIANOFORTE, * c . 1 MIIS DAY, June 24, al half pa.l il o'clock, at the l&gt;.ma Hoii.e, rornrr of Harvard and |Uuiiny .Heels, purl of llu- furniture, of a gentleman I leaving the country, consisting of Tluee-Ply and Kldideriiiensier Cur,ieis —Stiaw Malting—Stair Carpet aad Rode—Painted Entry Carpal.—Haarra Ran— .Mahogany flunk Case, (lias. Dour.—Cane Seal (Cliaiis—M.nble Top l-i,. r Table— Pillar Kxtensi.ui | Duong 'laid,— Printed Dinner Wait— Chciiileil Cof- | lee do—Cut Olae. Castnr — variety of OIaSS Ware — MM fat Ola.s Entiv Lamps --.cverul articles Anliiptc, Mahogany liunilme, in excellent nr.lar—Coiiiiliug llo.uii Siercliity—lwo I'e.leslal. for Figure.—n Four Elgin Solar Chuuilolioi—Solar, Amid ami Hnickct Lamps— .el ol tiilt Curtains, Cornice., Rings, iic.— Dics.iug and olher lliireaus— Sinks and Wiohslan,!. — I'.edsleads—Hill MsIIISSSSS I king QlaeßßS Night Cabinet—Kitchen I'm niliire ana Suudiien. —at 11 o'clock — A Valuable Piano Fol...
POET'S CORNER. HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
POET'S CORNER. HOME. Where'er o'ei dialaul land, And distant sci, The traveller forced by fate. Alar may (Ice: Thnuuh by ihe mountain or the stream he ronrn, A Hpii it ever culls, "Come home, come linine." There is a voice that dwell* In every bret'ie, — In hidden sylvan cells, And forest trees. A voice that's ever beard where'er we roam, Culling in accents wild. " Come home, come home." ••dime home!" thy earthly friends With sorrow see The vacant chair that waits So long for lliee. Wanderer, return, return, no more lo roam— C'omo to thy native place, '-Come home, come home." When life's sad scene is n*er, And when the blaot That scatters ruin 'round Fore'er is past. How sweet from Heaven llie words,"Nt&gt; lunger roam,*' Come to ihe home of bliss, "Come h urn*, come home."
MISCELLANY. From Graham's Magazine for June. THE STRAWBERRY-WOMAN. USEFUL RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
MISCELLANY. From Graham's Magazine for June. THE STRAWBERRY-WOMAN. USEFUL RECEIPTS. BY T. S. ARTHUR. "StrnwbVcf*./ Stniwb'reesP' cried n poorly clad, tired looking woman, about eleven o'clock ono sultry Juno morning. She was passing a handsome house in Walnut street, into the windows of which she looked earnestly, in tho hope of seeing the face of a customer. She did not look in vain, for tho shrill sound of her voice brought forward a lady, dressed in a nilk morning-wrapper, who beckoned her to stop. The woman lifted the heavy trny from her head, and placing it upon ihe doorstep, sat wearily down. •'Whut's the price of your strawberries?" asked the lady, as she MOM lv the dour. "Ten cents a box, madam. They are right fresh/ "Tencenls!" replied the lady, in a tone of surprise, drawing herself up and looking grave. Then shaking her head, and compressing her lips firmly, she added— "I can't give ten cents fur strawberries. It's too much." "You can't get such strawberries as ihcse for ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
CAMBRIDGE Furniture and Carpet Warehouse. WHITNEY, HKACKKTT a, CO., I llavo iiniiH.Hiitly foe sale ul llieir .|iiii-iou» Wnrt-liousc i Mat tllo Ootisgas, v very exlt-ii.ive u..ortineiit of FURNITURE, Hureaus, Tables, lledsteuds, CoucheH, fSecreturies, ! Chairs, UaoUoO QUOMM| Keli h, Clocks, Kutry Lamps, kc. CARPETING, Three |&gt;ly. Sup,-, line, l-'ino, I'aiiitiil uinl Slinw, bl.iir CbrfSMMg, Koils nnil Kjt-s. FEATHERS, HaMIMSaS, l-Vuiliii lli-.ls, &amp;c. kc. &amp;c. DO- All of nliiih will lie solil low. ir I'.llr.', Kefrlaerwlor. SSS)StSIU| in, h.nd HOY lit 6,11 J. A. lIOI.MKS A CO., Jiinr/l'iiii uj Main .street, Itotrrtoien and Urishlun llooits UENKItAI. ASSIIIITMENT OF WKST INDIA IiIIODS AND IiUOCI'.HII'S. In 7 _ stum: (s i.EtriiE, fAMI I, V BTOIt I- I . MuriliM-li'. I'orucr. .Main Slrt-rl, CAMUIIIIMIKI'OItT. 1 ,-Cnoils dt-livt-ir,l to nil uaruoUlit-Clly.al .hurl notice in 7 IIKMIV I'll A VKII. /) ii u&lt;;n i a T aw /» avot ii s e .i« r, liontlas...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
Davy's Patent Summer Baker, MANUK At TURKU AND BOLD HY N.N. C.ATK, Chop of North Snond and Cambridge, streets, East Cambndxe. ! r I 111 IS valuable al licit for Summer use is made ul I tool iron, fcheel mm ami tin. The part most exposed to the aclio'i of heat, is of cast iron —the top and Hues of tin und sheet iron. The furnace is furi nlulled with a drawer that is opened and closed nt plo.omre, for ihn iidinissiou of fuel. Whun full ■nouule.l il wei«hsjiiHt titly pounds, uud ll provided with band lea (hut make it portable aud convenient, nnd easily managed. It is warranted to I Hike us finely as a brick oven, uud il is provided wilh uceuiumodalioiis for hoiliuj*, masting ami brolllof, uud will bo found In meet the expectations of the purchaser. The public are rcfpeeltully requested lo call anil examine loi themselves be hi re purchasing any thing id' the kind elsewhere. -AJm, the Washington Air-Tight Summer aud Winter COOKING STOVE, for wood or coal. Fast Cuudnidge, April 15. IVIAL...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 June 1847
To the Hon. the County Commissioners for the County of Middlesex, Gentlemen— % IAHEItEAH, the .Selectmen uf the town of Holli.--i I 1 "";!" ""'I !' m "' , - y ' lmvin X «-wiw-l a petition signed by Aimer Johnson and twenty-eight other., legal vote la of the town ol llulli.iuu afore.aid, orovlttl that two new piece, of Town Itoad may Is, locate.l, ...me and eMuhl.-hed in said town, a. described i» said (Million Ol laid Aimer Johnson aud others, tlid upon ihe petilniu ufoieMai.l, alter |tttO| -Tpl OQtIOQ of their ...leulioun.p.oceed to lay out .aid new Tow., Kuud.u. iheriuu prayed for; and afterward.,, tv wil 00 I .e 17th day of May, iutlunt, laid the said loibj mil lieforo the town fur ils acceptance, and the said .own, hy n. vole thereon, at a legal meeting 1.01.1eu 00 the «aid 17lh day of May, mutant, aforesaid, did unreasonably reh.se to accept ofthe doing* of ihe «aid Selectmen in the premier, uforenaid— WherefoiO ihe aiidersigiied, your iMtliliunera, pray your lion Hoard .hat th...
Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME II. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1847. NUMBER 9. 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, JULY 1, 1847.
POPULAR SELECTIONS. GERMAN WOMEN. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF MADAM DE STAEL, FOR THE CHRONICLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
POPULAR SELECTIONS. GERMAN WOMEN. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH OF MADAM DE STAEL, FOR THE CHRONICLE. Nature and society huve bestowed upon women t a singular power of endurance; und no one, I i think, can deny, that in our uge, these influences , produce more etfecl even than men. At a time i when the prevailing evil is egotism, men, to whom i all positive interests relate, must of course possess less generosity, less sensibility tlnn women; the | latter are bound to life by ihe ties of thu hesurt, and | when they wander they are beguiled hyfeseling; | their personality always respects two, while that of j the man has himself alone for ils end. Homage is t rendered lo them hy the affections which ihey inspire : but ihese are for them, almost always sucri- t fices. The most beautiful of the virtues, devotion, f is for ihem both a delight an.) a destiny. Nothing | good cnn exist for them only hy the reflection of y the glory or prosperity of another. To live wilhout ( regard lo self, ei...
A PREDICAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
A PREDICAMENT. I was one day travelling in Calubriu ; it is a country of wicked people, who, I believe, have no great liking to any body—and are particularly indisposed towards the French. To tell you why would he a long nfiuir. It is enough that they hate us to death, and that the unhappy being who should fall into their bunds would not puss his time in the most agreeable manner. I hud for my companion a lino young fellow. I do not say this to interest jou, but because it is die truth. In these mountains the roads are precipices, and our horses got on with the grealeit difficulty. My comrude going first a track which appeared more practicable and shutter than the regular path led us astray. It was my fault. Ought I to have trusted to a head of seven years? We sought our way out of the wood while it was yet light, but the more we looked for the path the farther we were oil" from it. It was a very black night, and we cume close upon a very black house. We went in, and not without sus...
DON'T DELAY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
DON'T DELAY. DanUKK OF l'HOCHAbTlH ATIO.V IN LoVE j An-a ins.—Wo copy tin; following anecdote ofj Mrs. I'eubody—wife of Rev. Stephen Puubody, formerly of Atkinson, N. II.—from an article in I the Christian Examiner. Her first husband was the Rev. Mr. Shaw, of i Haverhill. I know little of the character or ministry of Mr. Shaw, except that loo who generally re-1 garded as a very worthy men, and faithful in his j sacred vocation.—Baling some economical ar- j rungements imposed by tho stress of hard necessity, their house was the centie of an elegant little society for twenty years ufter the revolution; some of the most cultivated inhabitants of Boston and ils vicinity delighting in a pilgrimage to Haverhill, where they could enjoy the charms of Mrs. Shaw's presence and conversation. In reference to her second marriage, I must relate a curiously interesting unecdoto, communicated lo me by an old female domestic of Mrs. Shaw's family, heiself one of the excellent of the earth, and who f...
WOMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
WOMAN. Who in thi* Wor *d of cure and strife, Doth kindly cheer and sweeten life, Ah friend, companion, and as wife * ''bis woman. Who by a thousand tender wiles, By fond eadeanaente ami by -.mile*, Our Ikisoiii of Uu j-rief lieguilts t *Tis woman. From tthoin do all our pleasures flow". W ho draws the t-corpiun sting of woe, i Aud make* tbu 111-.ul with trum-pon glow! 'Tin woman. Who of a nature more n/ii.'d, Doth soften man** rude, stubborn mind, And make* him gentle, mild and kind? "Tin woman. Who bind* us all to one another By silken hands ot father, 1110titer, Of hubhend, children, sister, brother*. 'Tis woman. When hour* of absence past we meet, Say, who enrapturM run* to greet Our glad it-turn, with kisses sweet? Tib vvomam. Who, in a word, a touch, a fif*h, The simple glancing of her eve, Can fill the soul with testacy 1 'Tis woman. Eilen she lost, ensnarM to vice, Hut welt she lias repaid iis pi ice, For earth is Mdo a r vuaium. By woman.
"'TWAS EVER THUS." [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
"'TWAS EVER THUS." An amusing illustration of the false philosophy tvhich estimates a man's wealth by ihe quality of his chillies, and his worth hy his wealth, occurred at a religious meeting nol a long time ago. A couple, apparently man and wife, entered the church where the meeting was held. From their slvle of dress it seemed probable that they were strangers in a taraaga kind; their garments, though good and clean, were neither costly nor fashionable. They entered a pew where sat some ladies whose exterior was com&gt;iderahle more showy, nnd who seemed to look with some contempt, not republican certainly, upon their neighbors, the lady being of course the principal object of observation. The huftincau of ihe m-*««I"-* Y •* ■ "■"•J » and the collecttion was made. The plate bearers presented them to those in tbe pew who appeared respectable—to the strangers they presented them j not, possibly thinking ihey were poor immigrants ' who could not afford to give anything, and d...
HOW TO BE HAPPY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
HOW TO BE HAPPY. Po all the pood "leu can. Whenever you hear I !of a poor tti.h.w, a.i orphan child, or aged man who is in allhetion, pay that inditidual a visit. ; IHo not hoard up all you earn; give a certain por- : tion of your property to the poor. Never gel nrnrry. ' ■ If you ore slandered or imposed upon, better sutler \ j a little than lo reialiatc and cso harsh language. ; IBe not proud or selfish. Think no more highly of | youiself nnd tour talents than you do of the rapac- j ', ititca of others. Pay all you owe. Keep out of I debt. Have nothing to do with lawyers. (let not 1 entangled in the meshes of the law; avoid it as i the sure gate to ruin. Shun vicious pursuits and ; : unprincipled n**«ciate*. Honor the Sabbath, serve \ ■ t.od, and be devoted to truth nnd religion. Finally, - ; lake some useful paper, pay for il in advance, and j read it altenlively, and our word for it, you will be ; : happy. Peace and contentment w ill smile in your path, joy dance on your counten...
RUSSEL'S URANOSCOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 1 July 1847
RUSSEL'S URANOSCOPE. The I'ranosropo is in thos-fnrm of a sphere, of more lhan five feet in diameter, composed of metal rods or bars, so arranged as to represent all ihe merieliins, parallels of latitude, and primary circle** usually marked on artificial globe*. If the room in wbii h tin' instrument is shown, hate .1 vaulted Cell big. noil all other lighl be excluded from it, except that which comes from a lamp fixed in the centre 01~ the globe, tho exhibition of tho various planetary phenomena will be rendered heaulifulty distinct .."d perfect. The meridian* and circles will make defined shadows on the face of ihe vault, while lhe*oii, moon, stars, and planet, id* tar inn* magniledca, w ill, on the contrary, en.t upon it iheir radisr.t reflection. A tran.parent covering, npon which nre painted several hundred star* and OM figure, of tho conatellnlion*, may be thrown over , the globe ,it plea mire, ami ihn* the vaulted ceiling I become* at once a perfect representation of the , cele...