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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

, I CITY Or CAMBHIDCiE. [ To tlm linuorable Mayor and Aliierinan ol tbe Cily of Cauibrtdn. Tbe petition of the unilersig;ned respectfully repre- ; eenle, that a natural water course, lending from Ow(rie street, to Prolsssur's Row, (so catled,) lias been filled up by certain individuals, by reason wthereof, great damage will tie eustaiiHid by your petitioners aiul the city. Wherefore, your petitioners p-ay tbui immediate measures may be taken to open and restore tin. nfbres.iid w«tt r course, or thai such action may be iuiil as the nature of tha case may require, (Signed,) KOYAL KICIIAKUdGN, and ten others. Iv BoArd of Aldermen, Dec. 21, 1(546. On tlie foregoing petition, Ordered, That notice be yiven to all persons interested therein, to appear before this Board, at their ' room in the City Hall, on ihe first Monday, in -January neat, at 7 o clock, P. M.. to show cause why tbe prayer thereof should not be granted. LUCIUS R. PAIGE, City Cltrfc. A ropy. Attest : LUCIUS X. PAIGE. City ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

HILL k COMPANY, OK UOGIBTI, 8 lIAUVAUU ROW, CAMBRIDGE, WILL havr a consuut supply of the most Purs and Fresh MtJieitu-a. The public may feel aasurwl that all frrt.cniitioiii.wiU ixj careiiilly at landed to. day and uiifkit, end uut up by mv thorouahly Buuesttsel Iv tbe buaimxM, on (ht HioslapLiroi.-t.il pnuciiiltM now praclinod 111 Uoatwi. AttsMidaoiM: wilt In.' found st all huura. and Sundays for ueceamaty Me*ln hie. Hill .V. Co. base leave to refer to Mr. Sytveeler Aim r. Urugftsl. Trtsuioiif .-ireri, linaiiiti', and Dr. Walter Chauuiug, 'roli.-i.aur Hatv,,rd Lni.cisiiy. |'iir.;*i;lu«nlrtyr Ji.a, Mtiiertil Water. Rochello and Held" litx I'owder*, Eiimeta, Herfunie nitwi, Bttgs sua Uoxee, Mteel FeiiH. i'eail feu Handles and Foidera, tienmua Maria F. Cologne, h,,- Hum, Hair Oils. So-ips, Tooth and Hair tiritaliea, Hhuvnujj lirnshes anil limei, French, llrawliig,and other Pencils, unioncd, I'ml Caaes hiiil Viantuig Cards. Cl* .iiii■ and t.uiir Caasa. Wallota, Fancy Walera and Wax, Rt...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

CAMBRIDGE j Furniture aud Carpet Warehouse. j WHITNEY, BRACKETT at CO., j Hay. cimatmitly for sale at their anaeioua Warehouse. near tbe Colleges, a very ealt.iaive Msaorluient of FURNITURE, ' Bureau., Tablea, Beilsleads, Cuuclass, Secretaries, Chairs, Lookii.K lsl.ia.ea, Kcl.igeratoia, Clucks, trill y Lamina. Iv: carpetimo. Three ply. Superfine. Fine. Fainted aurl Straw, Stair Carpeting. Hods aaal Eyes. FEATHERS, Mnttrasses, reseller Bads, &.<:. lie fitc. fjtjv All of which will be Mild low. D* PiMssm*> la>*aMf*aTevsara unMauilr <aa kanJ. DRY GOODS. Cbllsfs * JfiwrV Tferw Ba .Ml-s, MeUn St., Afeto doors East of jVbrfotk street, CAMBRIDGEPORT. WHERE may be round a food aasortment of\FORBIQN AN l» DOMEfI lIC DRY GOODS, at the lowest c**U prices f Blenched and I'libleaclied f.ottonsof every width and q-jithty: White Llnenst Linen Uemaik; Napkins: White Linen Damask Table Coveis; Rirde Eye Dlauer: Dowlas, Crash,. Umwn Lineua; do. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

easßsSßese—■essM . . _ _.i, ejgsai j CLOTHING. AT PRICES BEYOND ALL OOMrmTIOt.. FOR THIRTY DAYS. Oils af Ui. BEST MANUFACTUSBD STOOU of RkiADY-MAPK tJIsOTHINO, Will b. uOsmi lor sal. «llk. coat.lb or us sun Msauvia stanti, CAUOWtCOMPAM, AT THE ORIGINAL COST. 1-OR THIRTY DAYS. n Tk^.'Jy>. r " , »|aV as *ik*rSaaaaalaa of BEADY MAM* ... ■ KM,.'. I 8......1. ,„ ,us l.aTeslT..u enaiill'rHOs tU subs, .wl WARRANTED eaa.l to OlJlWwOßkl. i .!! i* S? '" vi *" eaiaaasi.. uid lick aMorUutut of 1'11.,t Llulba, Benwrs, aa. liuuliks Mi1..., fckirtow Clotlia. i.r every da.lral.ls .had. ..ml coli.r. Son,. bsauUul tiro wo u.olks Inr Sticks, wilh triininiiica lo mate*. S..|>.i line French, fiti men and F.uxlu.l. BROADCLOTSI, autlxbb, for 11.,., aad Frock data. W« jr. riMialaml) aws-i.ins,. choir* selection nf OeM Mixed F«cj snd Plata TWEKDa, tar Oaarcoau, Sack, and Freehs. o*rm*a anal Preach. DOESKINS AWO CABSIMERKS, ofever. stale,aa* sottaMe f r rise presaj.il season. Velvet, Ca...

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POETRY. ON THE OLD YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

POETRY. ON THE OLD YEAR. With mournful tone I hear thee, hay, ** Alas, another year hath sped t" As if within that circlet I.iy Life's gnrlumi dead. Vain ibotighls ! Thy rueatmre is n-.it Time'j ; Nut thus yields life, each ghn, ing hue, Fuir fruits may favll—tbe ucudiil chubs And clasps anew. Time hath route liindinnrk* of his own*Thoy ere noi such as nwn mat) nti-c; Not bis the rudely nuttda :r*J now Ou life's broad tray*) "Th* record tneetnirtiig bis »|hel - m -J* te f ■""d"'*' B< >' ttr eprctt'f — A "browner lejif—a broken reed, .* Or mildew shed. And if Ms foolfr.ll cntsh the Bower. Hew sweet the spicy perfume springs ! His mildew stain upon (he fli.wer A glory bring*. Then let the murmuring voice be still, The heart holds fusi .Utreaeura bright : Tim hearth glows warm nlicn sunbeams citill; Life hath no night. From Buekwood's Gdintairgb Mag»7tne. HONOR TO THE PLOUGH. Though clouds v Yi'rast our native sky, And seem to dim the sun, We will not down in Usng...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

I'roiu the Kniikerlmckcr al Noveint-er. Fa.vnt ham., The swceleMgirl of all I know Is cli,inning Fanny Hall ; Tlie wildest at I husking, 1 The gayest at a hall ; Her cheek is like a Jersey peach, Her eve in I hie anil clear, And her lip is like the turnac In ihe Autumn of tlie ><-ar. CrassWrl never OstsM I hand Like hers so plump ami fair ; Too, Kapheal had heeu etaU*sj with her Mul.im.a blown hair : Ami I'm imUne.l to think if Powers Could sec her, lie wmiM grieic To find a romping Yankee girl Had beaten Mis. Eve. ! There's past I hlt-u.Uh in In, form, RasT fault fsbuul ban* tsMB ; Sit down and ga/.e from morn till night, You'll find her perh ct grace ; And then, to fasltl all, her vyice ! From tlie ewreti>l bird's in apt -fag Yon eould'nt tell its warh'e; but She " does'nt know a thing .'"

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MISCELLANY. GERMAN CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

MISCELLANY. GERMAN CUSTOMS. The following interesting account of MrtA. CIIUMjI customs, is froiu ■ rorre»jioii(li;nt of |fa| N. Y. Tribune. | There are some very bnfittliful und pneiinnl en*.- ' toma in this lallor country, thnt I could wish lo *cc adopted elsewhere, il* it were not |>li ,is.;inter lo celebrato our festive iinnivf>rsurie.-* in ihe same honest, hearty way that our fiihers for genentliuns hnfore us huve done, rather llum ropy the doings ofolhera. The manner of celebritiing rhristiiiiis in Germany is one of the most delightful thing.. } hnve si'on. I know not how il originated, hut il Km hecn in practice for many centime*, nnd is still kept up in n spirit of real ami veneration.— Mny the floor! of innnvnlion, wliieh is sweeping ,iw:iy from tlin world ihe moss mul mould of ancient feelings and undent Drtieliccs. l<-uv» „ 1.-.j these he.itilttul social custom*—those relics of poetry nnd feeling Mil up like gema from iho pen of the past ! ...

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THE APPRENTICE GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

THE APPRENTICE GIRL. I Thu warerootns of Madame, CainiHe, one of our I meet fashionable I'.iiisiaii milliners, had one day I received ;ui additional apprentice. Her name wnA ■ Gabriell*. llor father was a unison, und, like too ti.iriv of tho working classes, drank on Sunda\ what he had earned during ihe week. Her moth- ! -■! did th* best she could to support her family, nnd : found it a hard matter with (lie liitle .she earned. Gabriel]* had sutlerud such misery from her .•r.idlu, thai she had never known that youthful spring which usually makes to children the mere cnneiousness of existence a joy. " .Mamma, what a nice ihing it ia to be alive !" one* laid v child to her mother as she hounded before her. (i-auriello was sixteen, and know not ..hat v smile was. Her fair bul faded cheek bore in expression of suftering and quiet resignation ivhieh was more iitlo'ttng than uny open demonstration of grief. Th:' child contrasted the house of her mistress—the abode of order, economy, und i...

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AN EXCELLENT SCHOOLMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

AN EXCELLENT SCHOOLMASTER. The following capital story nf a N. Y. Srhnolmaster, which must have filled him for operations on nn extended sen In, is giwn in hii ex r : " I heard one of _>mir Commillees inter(err ins wilh a venffi nitre, nnd turning nut a Schoolmaster for committing enormities in ihe way of illustrating hie lemon*, ll eppears that he had enlisted ihel feelings nf pupils in Natural Philosophy, nnd tried to got some sppan Ist, but was (old to dn Ihe leaching and U-H\e ihe nonsense. Hut nothing daunted, lie R<,l some appnnitus himself, and told the bo\s tf they would bring him a mouse or two the nexi day he would show ih, m the effects of nitrogen gas upon tbem. The, next .lav ramr, ih» committee, U> reprove him. because, forsooth. t| lo boys In their 'mik-ernesa lo leuru, had been up all night trying !to catch tnicu for their master and disturbing the house, lie promised to do belter, but when he came to Astronomy he committed a mom atro...

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CHRIST, THE FOUNTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

CHRIST, THE FOUNTAIN. BY C. F. ORNE. * " Lonely, oh lonely through the sands 1 wanJcr, , The hot sirocco breath is on my hrow ; . Through every vein there ruua v bmniiifr feier — Whither, oh whither shall I tinu me now I , Where bhall I seek amid the drcray deiwil. Where shall I Hath a fountain pure ami cool 1 In vain mv rvearch, I only lind the mirage, 1 only ledsSHM lurhid, shallow pool." "Hither, poor wanderer ; turn thy footelcps, hither, Here f-pi iugs a fountain, here coot wtiteiH How; ilete ipicuch thy thirst ; who at this weH-epiiuj iliiuketh. \o more, no inoie lhat burning thirtst shall know." •• 'I'ell me, oh tell tue, is (his heavenly fountain By any holy hlet-setl name made known V* " Chribt is that fountain—Christ the Lord** anointed, Scut from high Heaven, by the Holy One."

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HOW TO GET ALONG WITH NEIGHBORS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

HOW TO GET ALONG WITH NEIGHBORS. I once h.id a ueighhor, who, though v clever man, came to me one day and said, '* T'.iq White, I want you to come and get your geese away"— Why said I, what are my geese doing? "They pick my pigs* ears when they are eating, and drive them away, and I will not have it." What can I do, issid 1. " You must yoke them M That I hive not time to do now, said 1 ; I do not see but (tn>v must run. "If you don't take care of them, I shall," s:iid the clever shoemaker, in anger.— " Wh.it do you say, Esq. White." I cannot take cure of thorn now, but I will pay you for ull damages. "Well," said he, "you will find that a hard thing, I guess." So oft'he went, and I heard a terrible squalling among the geese. The next news from tho guese ; was, that three oTtbenll were missing. My chil<lten went, and found them terribly mangled, und , I tl'-itil, und I hrown into the bushes. j j Now, said I, all keep a till, und let me punish ' him. In v few d;t...

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A FABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

A FABLE. BY R. W. EMERSON. The mountain and the squirrel ll.al | quarrel. And the former called tha l.itier •' little Prig." Hun leplied, \ oa aru doubtless very big,. Ml all soils of tilings mul weather Mini be taken in together 'I'o make up n \cur And a sphere, And 1 ilimk it no disgrace, '10 occupy my place. If I'm uot so large us you, Yon are not so large as 1, . And hot half so spry; I'll not deny yon asMM ' A v.'ry ptt-tiy ss-eiffsil track ; , Thlciiu dttlet; all is well and wisely nut; If I cannot carry foiests on my back, I Neither can you crack v nut. '

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

I A lady seeing an iicquuinlanc.o walking with a j long slim fellow, inquired who Urn gentleman was. " It ta bet beau," was, the answer. " HeriouV' c.-iud she, " 1 should think him an arrow?." A capitalist Iming ashed what lit.' thought of the ■•peciilalioi.s now Hiloat, replied, •■ Uie) tire, like I ' cold huth ; lo derive any estWllflt from wbicb. it is ucci't/Stiry lo be very quick in am 1 very UsOb out.'* \ " Won't you take, my word, air, when I tell you I will call und li(|uulala your deuiaiu! mi Saturday morning n. Xt ?" and i delinquent debtor ton dunning creditor, with whom ho had sharp wonts. ".So, air," replied Ihe other ; •• 1 had ralhor 'jou would keep your word." It r.tnr.n ATior*. — A Certain old lady who had been fnned for sour looks nnd not very aweet Words, touching (he Various accident* of lift, whs observed to have suddenly become \, t y ntuiihlc. " Whit hippy change has eonm over yon ." said a neighbor. " Why." said the transformed, "to tell you ihe (ruth, I have...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

CONSUMPTION CURED BY DR. DAVIS'S COMPOUND BYRUP WILD CHERRY AND TAR. ON MY WAY EA.3T FROM HOME. Hadocah'.Ky , In February last, 1 was attacked With a violent cold iv Crosslux the liiounlaliis. It was so severe that t witu ohltKctl lo lay by tv .New York »*ev«ral dais after ewiupleliin, nn business. A little recruited, 1 reiun.cd Iv I'UilsvJt.lpliiM, when Messrs Itohlusou, Collins <& Co. recouimemh-d to ma UK UAV.S'BVRUHOF WII.LM ItKKRY ANUTAK. Driving husiuess lo altenu tv, and with Ihe inconvenience a molding aisjsSUOS from home, 1 could uol lake it rcaiilnrly or pay the proper attention lotto- reftmim directed. I font,it great heuelU. however, trom taking pari ol a bottle I was ourilrtll) lelieved, and enahleil lo start on my journey home. kicro»-irjg the mouulatiis, I whs mposed io v sever* Blurm whicli renewed the attack with greatly Increased vloleue", loliowed liy a harrusßiug eoiu.li, great SXPsetOTStlOll oi milens, and heavy nifht SSRestSI ihese OOVCwU...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

The Air-Ti«;lit Miidcira Parlor Stove, Patented October, 184&. BY means of the Improvements combined in this Stove, llie Hume and sulphurous «imts me again hrougin into I COtitaCt With, the (In;, l>y whicll lIMItIV (,|-.trub]e il I VHiitiiiiL-s , are secured. The heal Is no longer violent, lint so mild ami . i-uiiHlde us to cause the temperature ot'it Madeira climate ' In circnlute lltroii»lii.ut every innl ol' the room ( limnYiiret* i desired befits, mutated with the pre-cUu I c'oek-woia, by l men tot nl the Valve in the smoke-ulpe, witlinni the uosaj. tnliiy nl ilte escape "I -.as or noxious vapor, that helmi tnUlly euusHlued YVUU the Stanke and duel ami us from emubust ton, v\huh are the iround*an which lire patent is o> ' The end uroinuat ( |—nml which hax dccii fully attained,- in to eonSUIII* the miioKi.'. dual, and nil noxiiiiit (aSfHt, iherehy luciea-am, the heal, while '.reatly dinitui-diiii* ihe cnumiiniiimii ol fuel -totliiruhe na.i'lle m...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 31 December 1846

HOT. MAN'S Nature's Grand Restorative. IIVBI-EI'HIA OR INDIOBUTION. DIrJCaMiD llvim JAUNMCE, lIIU-IOUS uiioLlt;, ct>«TIV«»m»H ' LOSS OK Al'l-KTiTE, ASTHMA, HlLLlOOl? Ills ' ORDERS, WORMS, NERVOUS COMPLAINTS I'AININ THE SIUE, BLEEDING AT THE STOMACH, COLDS AND COUQHB OP LONom-ANDtNO, HOARSENESS, SHORTNESS OP BREATH, SEA SICKNESS, ale, «,«. M J. B. HOI.MAN, Proprietor, No. IU tar.al.tll, BMaa, A. REID, Atein lor Camlridta. At the Office o/ the Cambridge Chrmtclt. This Medicine la of. warming, liiesriuf amtinvi.or.tin nature, ati-l la niivtir kt.wwn to wenkai. th. patient; win-res' it ia well ktmwti many oilier Cathartics have directly an ol" poalte tendency. It haa a ntnat powerful Influence, agreed* t-d liyno oilier medicine, ,n removing NERVOUS COM PLAINTS. It is plciaiuil lo take, am] In lla operation itiuchan, thnt II may be administered lo llie lemler inf., with siilcly. ' ll Is mil iiraiciiil.il thai the above will cure ~, llie diseases tft whirl, liiiiiihii nali.ri, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE., THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 1847. NUMBER 36. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 7, 1847.

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SELECTED. TO SENECA LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847

SELECTED. TO SENECA LAKE. BY J. G. PERVICAL. On illy fair liua.iiii, iiilviT l.kr, Tlip wild *nnn Aprpndp hi* *n>wv Aail, And round hi* l>reii«t the tipplr* ti.enk, Aa down lit' hoar* liefoip the g'i'p. On thy fiir hoA.ini, wovplaaa Alreain, The. di|i|iiin( paddle pih»p* fur. And llaeliPA in I lip moonlight tjl.'iim, And Ijrighc reflerlA tin- polar *lur. Tilt' mii v .'A a1.n.0; thy |M'l.lilv alioii;, A* Mow* thr norlli oin I, hr.-ivp tlu-ir funnl. An I curl nroiin.l tile* da*hi.ii' onr, A* lale lln- iMinlinnn hie* him home. 11.,w MV.-rl.at *pl of MM, to vipw Thy fill !pii iniir.ir *pip:i.ling wide. And kpp Hip mint of nninlliii]' lilnp ri'.m r.inii'l ilip .tiA.iiiit nininitxin'A *ide. Ai ini.liiigltt In nr. v *hin..* flip moon. A *ln-pt ol'a.l.pi *pip;»,l* hplow t And mm kli.' nil., nt hi)(hi'*t niri.n, l,i|{hl pluudA, likp wirnlli* uf pnrpAt Allow. On thY fnir iM.A.iin, *ilvor l:ikp. O J I p.ii.l I pvpr *»«i-p lllp onr, Wlm'iip.iilv l.iid* ill llipfllim .vi.kn...

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A THANKSGIVING DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847

A THANKSGIVING DRE AM. BY RICHARD HILDRETH. I dreamed a dream, and behold ! a table was set for a Thanksgi* itijf dinner, and there wore gathered together, fioin the four corners of the earth, Mesh, fi*h, and fniits of the fi<*!d. I gazed upon them with delight, anil wan fa.«t making up my mind, indeed, to a much more satisfactory mode of examination, when, as I seized upon n knife and fork for the purpose, I heard a grum voice from the upper end of the table—" Gentlemon come to order !" The crowd immediately began to arrange itself in file*. The voicr I presently perceived to have come from a venerable loot-inn turkey, who rolled sideways out of ih-* dish in wMfh be had lain trussed and smoking from the spit, burst the Beak thread fell»*rs that hound bis claw less stumps, and mounted with gwefei di»nilv upon an enormous npple dump hit. wbegn he sraii-d himself in state, like the ( b ine.-llor of I'njfl.ind on tho Woolsack. I'hi' meeting thus heinw ortrnnized, the Moderat...

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