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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
POLICE REPORT. William Bchelle.y, for getting drunk, aid being disorderly, waa fined $2 and coat. Committed. Hiram Woodruff was prosecuted for setting up and promoting a public exhibition, (a trotting niutch,) on the 8th day of July, and receiving money for admimiion to the face ground, contrary to tho 68lh chapter of the Keviaed Ht»tuie_i. IteciiiMii/"H t*&gt; nppeur « l the October term of tho C. C. Pleas, and to be of good behavior until then. Also, on a second complaint for same olTence, July 24th. Judgment as before. Robert Kern waa brought up for immoderate driving, on Sabbath day. Fined $8 and coat. James D. Littlefteld waa complained aguinat for work, lalwr and travelling with Ida ice teanw, on tlio Lord'a day, not being work., of necessity or charily, and fined $o mid cost. James co-sidered this an Iceolated cuae, and would not keep cool; thought he ahouM melt one load before he gave in. McCapen was fined $5 nnd coat for giving Mistress Margaret Loan a but on the he...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
Charcoal. !—Those who are in the habit of purchasing charcoal from persona whom they are not acquainted with, should be very cautious that they do not get ithaved in the mcai-uire. There have been a number in this city, within v few weeks past, with baskets that are smaller than the law allows. Would it not be well for our city authorities' lo look into ibis matter? During the thunder-storm last Thursday nAernoon, (he lightning struck the ground near the Observatory, in Cambridge, ond passed otT without doing any damage. Two young men, who were only n few rods distant from the spot, were considerably stunned for | time, nnd somewhat frightened. Corporeal punishment is entirely abolished in the African (Smith) School in Ilelktiap ntreet ; ant) hy ihe Keport of the sub-Committee, they nre perfectly si.tisf.e-J ns lo its -success, ami that the practice of Hogging in olher nchools is thought hy many to exist less through the fault of the children than that of the teacher.*. *' Did you t...
For the Chronicle. "A WORD IN SEASON" [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
For the Chronicle. "A WORD IN SEASON" Mn. I'.nrroii,—Thcie are some people who nre not aware thnt they have no right to brenk tiuwer-t, without perinisaiou, because they enn be rcnrlicd ftoiu tbe Hlrect. It may bo excusable in children, but in grown people, Mptcsalfo wonitn, (1 will not nail thorn la lie t, iillbougli well (Irt'ssctl,) ami 011 a Sunday too, before lhti_.c who were silling ut tin? window*), it looks to me rather impudent.— lit. mt; known of m-veral a)_gr:tviited cases, and also hid several plants injured, 1 thought n hint from you might warn people thai tresp.iaaers were liable lo prost-euiion. \oitroi.K Siiifki-.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
Tin: Trojans. — t'nginc ("ntnp.iny Nt&gt;. 10, of Troy, published the follim-in;* curd, soon after llieir return from the excursion to Boston and vicinity, which WM copy !•)' request, our "own Ni.igiirn 1 ' btwg ntenlioiictl aiming ihe number whngiw them v " Fireman's welcome." l-ii[le r.iijjine Company No. lOofTrnv, ii&gt; tlup Fireinrn of Rot-lon, Cambridge, Providence, nnd Springfield—(.reeling : II rot ii kfet—Having relumed lo tsnr quiet hoini', and become iv it pari Nil degree domesticated, the arenes in which we h-tveheeu. associated with you, during Hn tini« of our lour through your generous. land, are again presented lo us, by ineinorv, in nil their nilracltvcncat ; nnd the glad and grateful heart -inks some expression of il* deep nnd ear newt throbbing. To the member* of the- Tire Department of lha city or I.o*loll, ni n body, for their vvnrm-heartcd reception, then constant attention, theit muni- ! ficent rnicttninmenl, Iheir unceasing desire to pli'iine, ...
For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
For the Chronicle. A PUZZLE. "MB composed of 17 leltera. May!, la, 12. indieotog distance ; my H, II, S, 1A, I?, is some*Wn| more than » friend ; my 4, 14, fl. », is a bllo of nobility | my 10\ 11, 14, It, can often bo found in the suds i my ■&amp;. 2, 5, 1, are useful to ,lm "ditor. My whole odd to the beauty (lt »•« parlor. Bii*ia. Answer to my last—The fjM Orrtc*.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
Fapj-R Hangings.—Our neighbor, Wm. C. tJaitiells, manufactures most beuutiful patterns, in fact equal to any imported, and cells them much cheuper. We recommend all who are building, or who wish to ornament their rooms, to give him a cull, at his store on Cheaptide, where he will convince litem lhat " home manufactures " are as good us imported, tho' a little lower in price. Teas—-Of the best quality, real genuine, may bo luid in Cambridge, as well aa in Doatuii. Our friends, J. A. Holmes &amp; Co. have always on hand the best of teas ; also, pure ground Java and old Humutra coll'ee. Temperance OYSTER Saloon.—We would recommend this establishment to ull lovers of the shelly fish ; it being in hucli close proximity to un Alderman's, you can't expect ** anything else " but good fare. .See udv. The alarm of fire in Ward HI, on Monday last, was caused by lire being set in v ahed full of hay adjoining Mr. William Wyinan'e barn. Damage trilling. Put out by firemen ; eugiuu did not...
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 21st inst. Mr David Tucker, formerly of Camton, 56; - 23d, Mr. William Endicott, 78. In Somerville, July 23, Mary Hills, only daughter of John K. and Sarah Hall, 16 mos. In Salem, 23d, Mr. Obed Dickerson, about 80. In Bangor, Mrs. Mary Mayhew, 75. Mrs. M. was the first white child born within the limits of what is now Bangor. In Nashua, N. H., Mary Ann, wife of Mr. Francis Gould, of Charlestown, Mass., 25. In Sudbury, Mr. Andrew C. Dole, 42. In Lynn, 5th, Mr. Ezra Rhodes, 62.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
.N'OTK'K. j"j"Persons, having business with the Mayor, will flml him at tilt) Room of ihe Mayor arid Aldermen, in the City Hall, daily, between the hours of 12 and I, Sundays excepted, | / Krliuioua Notice. On and after neat Habhalli, July !*», weekly wuraliip will beheld at the uoual hours,viz: ten o'clock, A. M.. and half pant two o'clock, P. M., ut the Hall of the Hopkins GtOOStOOj Heboid Houne. Main street. Thultcv. A.B. Miizwy oi'lliincily.hiwliecii invited, uud liv* consented lo olllciale. All persons disposed lo attend lid* service, arc respectfully invited, rteata free lo nil The Association who have indlcd lor the purpose of establishing lliia nervier, propone to erect a Mii.tu'j.e Chapel for worship lininediately. **-■!&gt; jj ABI&gt;OMIN'AI^CI'P&lt;»RTKII.S. N. B. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, BOSTON, MASS. Ii • Jninea FredcrlcU Vesitr fonlinuea to msnufuclurr nil tile various approved at his Old Htaud No. 305 (opposite No. MM Washington street, entrance in T...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
City Ordinance. Otri OF CAMBKIDUK. In tbe year one thousand eiyht Uuudred and furty-sia. AN ORDINANCE, For the removal of nuisances, sources of filth, and causes of sickness, within the City of Cambridge. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Cambridge, as follows ; 1. The Mayor and Aid inn en, fur tin; time lining, are hereby appointed and constituted ihe Hoard of Health of the City of Cambridge, and shall liavo power lo carry into execution all laws of the* Coiiininnwi'iilib und ordinances of tin: City Council, made for the presorvulionn of iho health of the inhabitants of said city. 2. Every tenement in the city, used as a dwelling house, shall be furnished, when it can bo done without unreasonable expense, with a sufheieut drain to curry off ihe waste water into a common sewer or reservoir, which drain und reservoir shall bo under ground, and no person shall sutler any waste or stagnant water to remain in any cellar or on tiny lot of land or vacant ground around or o...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
Auctian JSale. MIKKIFFS NAL.IC. MiuDLKNts.s*. Jul* li.ibltr. 1 __-Y.l'._,'.. and will be sold al Kiililh: Ancm-ii-or. SAlliHliAt. ibe tfltecnih day of August lien I, at lW i. clock, P.M., vi Jucl Seed's Tavern, ia CftUibriuKe, hi said Count t, - A 1.1. ihe 1.1.1n and rittercat that Edmund Ilayea had on the Ihlli day i.l Muy Insl, when the smiie waaaitarhed on Iheoruuial \tnt, m the luHi.win* tltscnlMrd iiiorl«sitetJ Heal hslate, 10-v.it, iiiiitaiiiinx 17.J*, led ol Eauii. sliiiaied on WMNhiurtnti r.tiirt, in Camhrldie, in said Couiity, and im the same Estate n,ii,j Ihty « inorlfayed lo Kraiiels Drnper. A more ptuUiular description will l-e tnvm. Nt Ihe t-ate. J&gt;l4&gt;—»L |,XVI I'AHKEU, Dcp. Hhehlf. TASMIi'.\KK*« NOTICK. ME st-rond nieelhif ..I lh« creditors ot THOMAS HEAIVfcU, oi Caiiibritlse, in ibe Comilj ol Midtlie-ex. baker, iui insolvent-let-ior, will beheld al the Probata tulice, in sakl Cambridge, nn MONDAY, tin mutuiianaHijtaitil fin Kiixt Hat. tu in o'clo...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
NOTICK! Strangers Visiting the City! I AMI AU-UTIIKKH IN WANT OF OOOD Ready Made Clothing! All.: UKUI KrITKII Tl) CALL At' THK ; QUIN C V HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Largest Clothing Establishment in the City .' o\e price: KraifTi.y *i&gt;ni:ni.i&gt; io, v. lurbeur-Mes the Inrmi t, merbsiiir or tradesman lo pun-base his roods st (he I.OWKHT I'Kll'E that ttiej* Clin be til'luintrl tor 117 tite mont nml shrewd htmr lor none that PAY KOIt TIIKIH G&lt;M&gt;D_l will be/..lowed to INI.I.I.HKIJ, US. litre &gt;o*i will fllid Ihe lowest price fli -mam_ki) lilt- I.ARGKST IyTOOK to select Iruiii- expt runt t-ii mid lailhlhl cutlers mid vvoTkmeu - atU'iiiivt.'. salt-sitieii and clerks -and every snick- ol tli.tliiiilf. (Irolii t'tiarst* In inediiiui and -iioctlliir,,) lit ccoj-ary lor a ct-iiik-inhm's wardrobe. CUSTOM WORK! Mails up in the best in miner, aa retard* stylo, lit or workmanship -gunraiiued to suit- aud al price-* -i per cent,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
lIOL'SK I'AINTINt; AND QRAIMINO, ULAZtNti AND |&gt; Al- EHI M U, — ALSO - Sl.;\ PAI.a/TI.MJ OF EVKRI KI.NII, OtRXIi nS TUB MOST SK.S.'.S.HI.r. TSk..., AX. |_ A SATIS-r.c-riiav MAanaa. ay J - 11. at J. I&gt;. TIIIVER, 9 ||I j-*'' ,u Street, Cttgnbridii. port. Can't Be $mX. THE (ISKAT twi:iM r a 11. oiti s v, ti trnTTi.t., rt uarag WABTionrn! 4 -OAK lIALL,!" BOSf f)N. VISITSD BY irW.UD. Of SO.OOO PEOPLKI ritlli; .nt-nig |,j„ n , ttikiiiaT ii -lion nait, Hhitlti&gt;t ibe tWvs M. ilraiM It "'in bu mime, and prw a real old Uehion. d ••ROA Rl*» Tb.!*«' wlin r. member the t-vaiU of Itil2, iv Ronton, tlto ruisins ol tbe r.t(ii tit T — '•OAK HALL," will iml i e;isilv tori-el ilu- tremendous excitement iirodure.l in ■ liej-M*litoiiiiMeßea.lyM*itk CUKliiiit ii-b.l Ftirnishin. line, in llie debnt ol tlie stibs-ribtr. It first developed itself.!. Senile ri,t,tje-t tiiiow tbe *ln«t:ish lea ol'tins brancli ol Irti.lc; Hiiini Ibe riiMtleslook ls.clon._ol mwelling wnves, rolt...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
POETRY. Mi-* Ellen M. Cockle), of Joint ant) TtKMpM Forest, Uauinior-j Co., Mur&gt;li.inl, piwrrtsaJ to Mr. Joiia Uut.scY Adams, a far wsaki ■!■*» v I**'' 1 ' v *" ■*"" gloTe*. In at-.kiitmle-ljiiii-f M«wr lecepliou, lit. « 01.l man elotuicnt" peim-rd li* tUtowißg lines : Wl.o *li:til ■*■■_ in*! public life * li tßtsOsn ""&lt; tlit-conlHiil nil ile E Anil Ik; wliuse liciirt it* Uinvtl tv luvc, 'IVmier mill geiille aa llie dove, Must win I his talons, nijihl ami tiny. Fur cunllicU Willi ilu: bud* of piey '. This world ie f;i-**V,t»iictl, 1-tnly fair I 01joy ami Borrow, MM ami cme. Of t-iultleii t bangta, small uinl grctll, (If upwttnl antt of downwind fale ; Aml vtlioifo hernia liits mood iv 11 arc Tim iiiiniild of man's fallen nice, Mny riit;li to thi'l thut nututu s plan In rulUleitH war fr-nu man lv man. But It.li.llve cnul, ED Im ktml, Not to wilt taily MM But g:ivc 'atm woman oa ihe fpui, To tOlogsf pltiit-uie in u\n Int. Tint if .villi man wm- ennnot OMaS, Willi...
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
MISCELLANY. Music.—Music may be rrinsidered one of the most useful meiins which we possess of improving und cultivating the miml of tiiau, nnd by far llie mo_t powerful in softening tho he.irt, and rendering it wur-eeptible of evary fine nod tnnro cxnlled sentiment. Nor c;in music, bo called merely an art calculated to please and delight thu senses alone, Tor certainly its execution employs the mint] much more than the body To insliince the many nurjirising eflecls produced by music over the minds of men, even tho most rude mid barbarous, would bo superfluous and impertinent. Tha delight which music imp-iris to the mind, can ho enjoyed in every period of life, from the earliest infancy to the total decay ol" all \il;il powers. No art affording so niticli felicity stud liappiiiet-is can be M easily cultivated and attained. Tho influence of this part of education over the mind of tbe female sex, must be, and certainly is, highly beneficial. Their heurta arc hence in a particular manne...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
City Ord in aim's. '(No. 14.1 CITY OF CAMIIIIIDUE. lii lha year ono thousand .i(hl hundred and forty-six. AN ORDINANCE. For the Prevention of Fires. Be il Ordained by the City Council of the City of Cambridge, at follows : 1. No gunpowder shall he kept wilhip the limits lof llie eily, except in ihe imgiiiinu h-lnSglag to lite Commonwealth, unless the same .hall lay well secured in tight casks or canister.. 2. No gunpowder, aliove llie quantity of Wl) pounds, shall la; kepi or ttrpnsitfil i y shop, s4ore, or olher huiltling, or in any rhip»nr vts.el, which "lm ll bcwilhiu leu rods of uny ulhcl building within S* eily. r 8. No gunpowder, uliove lite i|tianlily ol one pound, shnll lm kepi or dsposilsd in uny saw, Jt»r»l or olher bnildiiig, williin leu rods "I any oilier tM Iding in Ihe city, unlet, ilia st , '.*■ ««H ! "-''»"'' '" cornier, tin or brass canisters, holding mil mure lhl.it lite pound, each, and closely rotcred will, copper, tin or brass co.ers, according In the seven.!, s...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
7. The Collector _liaH, within thirty days ultei the As-.eai.nis hliull have pUed any lift of luxes in his hands for collection, deliver to svery person on whom em tux other then a poll t»x shall Imve been naeeeaed, orleMl at his rfece of abode or U.siness.a bill of anch lasea. which stall be eqelraleillp » s|a*ci»l deomed of payineni thercuf by the t'oHector ; and all tuxes »li.ill be taiyabte, ami |mi&gt;uh*ul thereof maybe anfuiced by disliessoi impi ivunutenl, al tbe •xpinttion of foerteea days eflsr bills of the same .hull have been detkered or left ai provided in this mtiouS. The Colh'ctoi ■hell, within llie imiiiiripal weu* lur which he was chosen, collect ull taxe« committei! to hint, finiii.illpeisoiisnsaii."l "--oni be »bull have I nnv such tax und »lw shall be it-stdent in or Imve •utticient gomls or estate within ibe cily. In Common Council, July 14, 1846. i'a-sed to he oidained. S. T. FAUW'FM., IVea't pro tern. In Hoard of Aldermen, July 14, 184b\ l'assed to be ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 30 July 1846
lo uny order of ilm Chief or other Engineer, or of a violation of any of tin rulen unit regulation* of lh« fire department, shall notice and keep a record of the mate, and the Chief t-iiginter ahall forthwith ■iiukt) v true return thereof to the Mayor und Al(letinen. ,S»:c. IM. Kach of thu coiiipiinieti formed and nppumlud by llie Muyor and Aldermen, ahull Imve ,i lureiiian, tir-H and cecond assistant foremun and clerk, aud these officers shall be chosen by ballm, by their rcHpcctivy companies, subject to thu »p--pitivul of thu Mayor uml Aldi'iiin-ti. Hkc. 20. of lha stivem! compaiiien fur the cho.CH of ollicur* shall be held during the first week in Apiil annually, or ua soon thereafter M may be; provided, however, thut if tiny ollice in eillter compiiny "....ill become vaciint by denth, re- | signation or otherwise, the sumo may be filled ut j U_| time. I B»C. ll&gt; All mooting-* for ihe choice of oilmen* shall be held apeciully for that purpose, and a no- i lice •imcifyi...