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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
DEATHS. In East Cambridge, on Friday morning, Mr. Francis Davidson, formerly of Newburyport, aged 33 yrs. Mr. D. got up in the morning, eat his breakfast, and went out to his work as usual, and in the act of dipping some water out of a barrel, he feII back, gave one groan and died immediately. Truly we know not what a day or an hour may bring forth. At East Cambridge, Dec, 20, Mrs. Hannah G. relict of Mr. Edenezer Thompson, formerly of Charlestown, aged 69. In this city, 21st inst., William Henry, youngest son of the late Col. Freeman, of the Marine Corps, aged 18. In Boston, Dec. 18, Mr. Amasa Winchester, 72.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
i tjflh NOTICE.— Thr prcrtnt hanila are ina.lt ipiate ■' t.i :icr.ttniiUNl.ilt* my nniwenw retti-to*- of customers. :On Ist ti KeUoaiy next, I shall coutmencc tti erect a ' " Stipend&gt;ut H'r?rrV»tt.s*,*" KiilhrMMiilv large li&gt; atromi inii.litlc mv ti iriuli* am) itomeiirtM customers. '* Lnrge |as tlir per sent II &gt;,n*e is, ilia not sufficiently large;" ■ " Spact -ii*, it i»t 0.,t sufficiently spnetam.* ;*' •■ Bnllimni in itnp.-iii nncr, it is ii"t aumrieutlv h&gt;*Uiant. This (iiguilic lltmsc, Ihe Gtorff nf Rattan, i* lo come MM*W i, -in.l a Lerrgtr, more Spar,***, anil Bnltiant Estahlitkmmt ia in t..ke its place. These n.imri have been ■ipplieil tn my ertahliahment by those Ihat are acquainted with the real chnrarter of Oik Hall: Such ns ** a superi&lt;— Mart,** "a Princely Warehouse, " m 99kt Trading Area,** " a Matchless Establishment,*' '•a Theatre of Trade,** "a Stupendous Scheme,** *' an Est ens* $ Market,'* •• a Triumphant Achfr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
j orrr oy Cambridge. Ta tU HoncraUa Mayor aad AMaraMa *4 lha City «f Cmmbridas). Tba Million of Urn uiularsifuad risssslfaUy mntM' aa«U, UMI a natural watar *oars«, leading fraas CrtaRta alraal, to Professor's Row, (so calW.) aas toss falkd up by carlsm itsdividtaab, by raaaon wbafW, graal damage will U austainad by yovr potiiionors and tba city. Wberafora, your petitioners pray tWat immadiata measures may lw taksn to opan aaid restore tbe aforesaid water course, or that such action may ba bad as Urn nature of tbe case may require, (Signed,) ROYAL RICHARDSON, and ten others. In Board of Aldermen, Dec. Si, 1846. On the foregoing petition, Urwered, That notice be given to all persons interested therein, to appear before this Board, at their room in tlte City Hall, on the first Monday, in Jannary neat, nt 7 o'clock. P. M., to show cause why ihe prayer thereof should not be granted. LUCIUS H. PAIGE, City Clerk. A copy. Attest: LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Clerk. Dec. 24. 2w CITT OF CAMBRIDGE. ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
==^3^a-!!ißß«asasHa™hhb==bs HILL a COMPANY, Da vtsiin, ■ HAIVAJID BOW, CAMMUMK. Wll.L k.x~. . oaaMwu Sata»l&gt; ml VS. IB.M Far. ni „ Ihmk, j»,B&gt;ffM.ur«l i *U titftmxrtittitmt win b. cvatUlr MI«M xo, da. .a.l .Itkt, raSsat.pbf oa. UwMHkl, «Iw»u4 I. ttu.bu.lo~.. ou la. runr un.ed Bn.clul-. »ox» ,rasllM&lt; la 80-loa AIMHMSS will I-. rouad al .11 uemtm aa4 thiod.j. far Mar SSfV Mf-iaia* llu "'"-* 1 Co '*" !»»• I*r«»&gt;r la Mr. BllrssUr Aim,. Druffl.l. Treiiimn airer.l, BMtr.ni .nd Dr. Wall.. Cburall-f, rrt*%*m*&gt;e 11.,..rj Univ.r.l... Purahd. aa,l Hirau., Mlurral WaUr. lUoh.il. .ad nVldHuP.,wd.r. E&lt;.r.«.. Pwibma U~kau, Baa. Mid bin ■Mcl P«i». Purl Peii Haudk. aad Polder., (fcnulu. Maria F. Colotne. Ila. Rum, Hair Oik, Soap.. Tortb aa-t Hair Bru.he«, rfj,«.i„, «,wl Hovem, Frencjl, Orawlnj, .nd oUier Peitril.. uwried, C.r.l 0-.-.. and ViaUng Cwd., Clnr. «„d i:„.r i;an&gt;, Wallau, Pane. Wafer, ud Was, tUaon, Pwluurca, Paal...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
CAMBRIDGE Furniture and Carpet Warehouse. WHITWBY, HUCKRT fc CO., Hay. CMMaatlv for tale .1 their .pacmu. Warakoos., asar lha ColUg-x., a vary s.unsi.s ..smiumiii of FURNITURE,. Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Cooclies, Seerelarie., Chair., Looking Gta.t.s, llel. igeratera. Clock., Entry Lamps, fee. CJIRPETIJVG, Thr.. ply. Superfine, Fine, Painted and Straw, . Slair Carpeting, Rod. and Eyes. FEATHERS, \ Mntlrasses, Feather 1te.1., &amp;c. etc. b\c. ' O*CjV All of which will be sold low. IGr Pall..'. RefriaerHtor. cxutNiul*- on !,,.,.J. no. 19 bin ' DR V GOODS. CMI«U tk JftuaeV Vfw B wild I on, Mnin St., ' A few doors East of Norfolk street, ' CAMBRIDCEPORT, « WHEHE maybe found a good a*.inrtiiMi*t of FOREICN I ANU DOMESTIC IWYfJOOns.i.t the loweal caah j Driers; Bleached ami I'nblcadied t ;otlt.naof every widtliaiiii I ' Quality. While Llnensi Lii.en Dimnxk; Napkin.., White! Linen Uamattk Table Covet**; Bird* Eye Diaper; Oowlaa; ; f Crash; Brown Llnrtwi do. Tal.lt* Cover*- Linen...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
*~f** ,1, * 1 * I,W,W, ~ M,^a,^MaM*ll.Ml»^^^^^__ ■ I CLOTHING. AT I*BICES BEYOND ALL COMPETITION POR THIRTY DAYS. On. of the BERT MANUFACTURED STOCKS of SKADr.MIDE t-laOTHI.NC, Will to offered lor ula al Iho con.vi. or ni »md uihuvih ith.. ... CAI.ROW AT THE OItKJINAI, COST, FOR THIRTY UAYB. olstSS!ikW &gt; r l '£.'' ** e V* ,) !:*-" 1 8 , '* , » orsEAi.v y.s v. r.ARMI-.MH.nia.te en ,a X EVIEiaT n„&lt;l „,i.«l Al'P'ir ,V&lt; i, . rTa *•?.** £ n '"""' ■" 0&gt;.e....v..ni1r.d1a-.0rti:.0.., ~f|l lottliiUi., Ihn.en. ni Uonhle Mlthrt trm S e. ~r U'olL'ri'.el'.'.a' 1 ,".""' 1 r " l,,r - 8 **»'••*?-■ BW"i C.otfia l„r e&gt;Rr.l,«, xvnl, tiliii'tia,,. lo ra.tr-. nupcliue. *MH. t GSTBISU .nil F.n:,ixal, lIBOAUCI.OTHS, a,ill, l»k far IJia-B. sntl Fe»*-k Coa... We are. eoiial.nlly rrri-ivm., . el.olr. .election , r. ~ Miy.l laac,andPlain 1 WEEUB,loro»«r.oon,riu (l.rina). ~„,( Frenrh nOKSKIVS AXD CtSSIMEUr., , ol evrrx- slxle, Mirl .uil.Mef,.r th, or.-., n...
POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
POETRY. From tba KnlcUrrUcker THE FAIR INCONSTANT. ar je. ccnTu hi thi. Taras in a crowd where last I met her ; A frown was on her snowy brow, For I. who long had worn her fetter. And uttered many an earnest vow Of love, bad bunt the chain thnt bound me, And learned to smile tia cold na §by , Look'd thru' the miit* AmW thrown fu-utfod uic. Aad eat Msy heart from ihr.i.duin free. Though King her f.wy f.mn una painted In glowing colors on my soul [ Though long I daatwd her migel sainted. Who o*er my nenatfß held control; The rainbow** hues ji Ihbl had faded, And left the heaven* black wiih night; Reflection's cloud my star hail shaded. That star could never inure be bright. She knew ihe power was Rimr forever, That held the captive in her tirin, And that her syren voice could neier Like music thrill my heart agate ; She IV.-1 c the ape!l that onrc cm-hauled Wan swept a way, and pnssivn'n thorn, Which in my hnyish breast had planted, Waa dead, nnd fluwixia there were born. 'Twas in a c...
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
MISCELLANY. From the Windham County Democrat. THE MURDERER'S FATE. A LEGCND OF DtLLOWs FALLS. Reader, was yon ever nt Hollows Fulls? Dill you ever stand there—there oil tho rock hy the bridge, wilh ihe torrent I hundred feet below, roaring, mid hissing nnd twining ilstlf around umong the rocka like a chained lion; while the red lightning* stieauied down the mountain* Mile, and the deafening thunder burst over your bend mid crushed till the old hills shook to iheir very central 1 If you hnve, MM with me to tb;it lonely reetl tuiiight ! To-night, while the Union's cannon thunders over tho Hudson, .un] his blue .nml re*, Hag waves over ihe hroad, »till walers of Lake Chnuiplnin ! To-night, whilo the boat, tin I Ihugoyne •leeps in hie "guarded tent," mid dreams uf a lordly banquet in the liir-olf halls ul' .Manhattan— dreams ho has conqueud Mr. Washington, iho retiel, nnd will soon sue him dnnglinj. fiom n jil.het, a warning lo timnkiud not lo itssc-fL their rights— not to think nr spea...
THE WORLD AS IT IS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
THE WORLD AS IT IS. This wodJ is not so bad a -wflrld As Jtke to make it; Bui whether good, or wheiber had; Depeods on liow we take \\: For if wa scold and fret «U day, From dewy morn till even, ■This world will ne'er afford to man A foretaste true of Hen ten. This world in truth's as good a world Aa e'er waa known lo any Who have nol aaen another ya-t. (And there are very many;) And if (he men, and women 100, Have plenty of employment. Tliose surely must bn hard to please Who cannot find enjoyment. This world is quite a pleasant world, In rain or pleasant weather. If people would but lenrn to live Iv harmony together; Nor seek to burst the kindly t*-ond By love nnd peace cemented, And learn tlntl best oflessons yet, Always lo be contented. Then were the world a plensnnt world, And plcusnnt folks were in it; Tin; &lt;by would p.isa most pleasantly To those who thus begin it; And all the nameless grievances Brought on by borrowed troubles, Wouhl prove, as eertniuly lliey hi a...
SIMPLE AFFINITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
SIMPLE AFFINITY. S.inie water antl oil One day hail alK.il, As down in the glass Ihey were dropping. And .vould not unite, But continued It. fight, Without utiy (&gt;rot,|ajct of stuppit.g. Some PllATU.Aait o'ethenrd. And as quick ns a word, He jumped in the midst of ihe clashing, When all three agreed And united with speed, And Soap was created lor washing. IS'ew York Sun,
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
A New Item in a Bill.—Some twentyfive yours ago, while Jerome Bonaparte waa travelling through New England with v laige suit, he stopped over night at the tavern of nn avaricious old hunks in one of the beautiful villages in Western Massachusetts. The Inndlord was an Englishman born, ullratory in lis feelings ; and when he hoard in the morning that he wns to have no less a person than a brother of the (ireut Napoleon, wilh an extensive retinue, for hia guests at night, his joy knew no bounds. Extra servants were employed, the rooms were all cleansed, clean sheets were put upon the beds, chickens and turkeys were run down and had their necks wrung—in short, every preparation was inadti to give thu Prince a reception becoming his high rank. Night finally came, and with it came Jerome Bonaparte, with some twenty friends and servants. Here was a windfall for the old tavern kcefc*r— hero wus business for him. Supper was soon served, the distinguished guests went to bed nt an curly hour, ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
-IjITMB*aiBB.BsiMB..IB*S'~WIaS-a" f'■■ sstW* = -'■ '■■*■ "** DR. DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD - CHERRY AND TAR. ON MY WAY BAST FROM HOME, Padttcah.lCv , Ift Fehriui/y la**!, I waa attacked with a viujent cold ia cruaslmj lbs mountains. It was *0 sever*, tbnt 1 waa obliged to lay by tn New fork several day* after completing my aJaJsiiiei*-*. A Utile recruueil, I returned to Philadelphia, when Miasrs Huhiiiauii, Collins A (Jo. re*JOuiJii«n&lt;l-rd lo mi* 1)11 l&gt;AVlt3* SVRUI' OK WILD CHERRY ANJI TARHaving BMaaas to attend it-, and with the Inconvenience niltiiiiliit-t aUenca Ir.uii home* 1 could uol take it regularly '"■ P*X Iti»s MTi&gt;li«r aiteuUtitt 10 Ihe regimen dlrecietl. 1 found great hetiertt, howler, irom taking part «&gt;f a hoiilt-. was partially reliavt-d, and etint.led lo Blurt on my journey home. ittH'i u»»inj llie mountain.., I win* exposed .-' » severe slurm wkkh renewed the nliack whit greatly incrcmed violence, loltowedhy a hnrrnssin...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
IMPROVBKMNT IN STOVJCS. The Madeira Partor Stove, Patented October* 1845. BY menus of the Imtirovemcnta combined in this Stove, the Same and sul.ihiiroiiH sasra art- nan in brought into COMttM! With tha Ihe. M which ninny desirable advantages are seemed. Tile lient I" no lunger violf ul.hut ao inilit antl i.pi.'iiiii'nn to aaaaa taalamaaraiara of a Madeiraclimate tpelrculate throufkpul every unrl af tlie room ; tin*degree iit-n fil lieliif rt-suhiltd with the .irreiaion ol' clock-work l&gt;v menus ol' the valve lo the smoke-nine, witluutl the nowsiluliiy of llie escape of ::it. or noxtniiN vnmir, thnt lieliiff tuinll*. Nuiaatntrd with tlieemnka ami iium umiiii, irom enmhiihilon, vt Inch are tho uruuiiila on whieli the .iiitent la aa. eareii. The en it pro.'oacil—and which has been fully titliiiiietl,-- in to cniiaUiUfl tlie mnoke. tln»l, ami all novum*. (Me*, thereby mciatisnii the bent,white itTentiydiuiiiiUhiiiif, ihecomuimnlltni ol fuel-in dill'ilse it jeiitli: unit equal...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 December 1846
HOLHOI 'tl'.llly 1J Nature's Grnnd EestoraUve. THIS Vrgi-tnbfcj. Medicine -f until WMsWMsMsjMd f__ f, i lowing Complaint*, v|g. : ' DVBPEP&amp;IA OR INMfIEBTION, DISEASED LIVER JAUNDICK, UILUOUM OHOLIU, CORTIVENEftIi ' LOIW OF AITETITE, AKTIIMA, IULUOIia DIH ' ORDERS, WORMdL.NERVOUSCOMi*LAINTH PAIN IN TIIK HIDE, BLKEDINU AT TUB BToMACII.cOLDBANHCOIJtiHfIOF I.O.NUHTANDINO.IIOAKtfKNEDII, SHORTNESS OP BREATH, BE A SICKNESS, Ac. Ac. J. 8. HOI.MAN, Proprietor, No. 70 C'arishlll, U«»t»»„ A. HEID, Agent lor t ambridg*. At the Office of the Cambridge Chronicle. This Medicine la of a warming, cheering and Invigorating nature, and is never known lo weaken the patient - wherta» it is well known many other Cathartics have directly a n op. poaito tendency. It has a moat powerful Influence, eiated* ed hy no other medicine, in removing NERVOUS COM. IM.AINTH. ll is pleaaaiil lv lake, and lv iv operation ■_ much so, thut ii mil) be aduiiuiate/eil to Ihe tender iafam with aatety. It Is nut ii...
SELECTED. THE STORY OF A PENNY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846
SELECTED. THE STORY OF A PENNY. BY MARY LEMAN GILLIES. That money n the base of re*p*cubi|tly, and the great augine fur achieving happiness, were paramount impressions on the mind of Charles Warrender, when, aa a young mernautite speculator, he entered into life ; to a worldly education, and the influence of mercenary home precepts and example, he owed these impressions, which, like rno»t derived from that acurte, and imprinted at the dawning of life, are received without examination, and uctcd upon without reflection. An early marridge had surrounded him with a family, t.nd in thui* giving hostages to fortune, be added spurs to hi* passion for gain. Day after day he plodded into ihe city ; night after night he wended his way home, wilh the anticipations of fortune and project* for its realization, fermenting his brain. A pleasaal unpretending euburhao residence, wilh «M the iim:essarii's, and many of the comfort* of life, to which a gentle, agreeable wife and blooming children, gav...
EPHRAIM HOLDING, ON BEING RED-HOT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846
EPHRAIM HOLDING, ON BEING RED-HOT. Favor me, my young friends, with your best attention. When v man walks along a narrow path, by the side of a ditch, he must move circumspectly, but when there happens to be a ditch on each side his path, double, aye, treble caution is required. Fn this very situation, as teachers, are you placed, and as it is not easy to point out which of the two ditches is the deeper, you must do your best to keep out of them both. The muddy water in the one ditch moves along but sluggishly, while in the other, it rushes forward like a torrent. If you fall into one, there you will stick, and if you tumble into the other, it will carry you, no one knows where. The sluggish ditch of which I speak, is apathy I if you once get into it, I promise you trouble enough and to spare, before you get out of it.— Once go to sleep in jour avocation, and you will rather be a hinderance than a help to the young people of your class, for they will very comfortably go to sleep wit...