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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
HILL k COMPANY, DB COCCI STB, 8 harvard row, cambridub, WILL linvi- a loiutant supply of the mosc Pure and Frtsh Medicine*. The public may foel aaaured that ill Prtsicriiitioiin will tie t■, .retailv ati rt tiled hi, day and mghi, ■iid put up li) am-thoroughly educated in ike bitaiueaa. on the moMi ap'trm. ,i prim-iples now practiced In lloatuu. At-lendsnc-tiwili bcioaiud at all hour*, and Sundays for uetca•ary Medicine. I till A Co. have it-&gt;i v.-10 refer lo Mr. (Sylvester Almy, Drug- (!■(, Inni'.ui eirc.-i, Hoalon-, end Dr. Waller CbauntiuT, 'roli-Mor tiarvurd University. Pure Sods ami Hymns, Mineral Water, Roctielle and Seldntz Povv.hr., Litmus. Perfume llaaket*. llui and Boxes, Stud Pens, Peart IVn Uaiulka and Folders, Genuine Maria X. Cologne, liny Rum, Hsu Oils, Soaps, Tooth and Hair Brualica, Shaving unwhesaiid Motes, French, Drawing,and other Pencil*. iw*tMied, Card Caaes and Vlaliinjf Cards, Cigars and I'.inr Cases, Walk-is, Fsncy Wafer- and Wax, Raton*, r.-nki.:...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
CAMBRIDGE Funiiture and Carpet Warehouse. WHITNEY, MKACKETT fc Co., Have constantly fur aale at their spacious Warehouse Bear lite Colleges, a very extensive assortment of FURNITURE, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads, Couches, Secretaries', Chairs, tilawes, Itebiterators, Clocks, Entry Lamps, itc. CARPETING, There-ply, Huperline, Fine, Painted and Straw, Stair Carpeting, Rods and E}(-*i. FEATHERS, Mutlrasses, Feather Beds, 4.c. &amp;tc. JJtc. fjtjV All of which will be sold tow. d T Paiicß's Refriseraters constantly on hand, uov 19 til II DRY GOO DS. Child. $l James' New BsriUiw*, Mnln St.* A few doors East of Norfolk street, CAMBRIDGEPORT, WHERE may he found a sood asaorlmeiil or FOREIGN AMI I'OMKSI'IC I&gt;RV OOOOS, al die loweal cash lirlces; 11 leached and I'libleachrd Col Umaof even width and j'lalilv; White Linens; Linen l&gt;nmaak-. Napkins; While Linen Damask Table Covets; Hirds Eye Ilinjier; Oowlas: Craaht Brown Litieus; do. Table Covers; Linen Hiis.li. or ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
CLOTHING. AT PRICKS BEYOND ALL COMPETITION. FOR THIRTY DAYS. Oae of the BEST MANUFACTURED STOCKS of READY-MADE CLOTHING, Will be offered lor sale ai the CORKER Or KLM ASII IIiWOVI.it irßHll, C ALU OW "it 'COM FA Ji V, AT THE ORIGINAL COST, FOR THIRTY DA VS. nTo ?..!*?&amp; w,m "«*» iteacrlifUoa ruTREADY MADE (-ARMt.N in the LATKST nnd most Al PROVED stvl.a. and WARRANTUD equal lv CI STOM WORK. . .. r l ,l ', ,ve ''"'"oid uu e\tei : stvvHiiil rich aMurtiiicwl of Pilot ■.loilia. lleavers, (v.d Uuiildi. Uille*i Siirluul Cloths, ol ryer* Mnkk abada und color, rvmie beauitful Urown Clolli. lor Sacks, with Irmnmitg* lo mm eh. Superfine trench, German at d Enfln.li BROADCLOTHS, iiitnblt- for Du.s and Frock Coals. •A* are constantly n-c.-tviiif, a choice reliction of fluid ,Mi\. d rani y vii.l Plain '1 WEEDS, lor Oven unu, Barks ai.d Uarmaa and Frencli DOKSKINS AND C A S3 I M ELt E* , olevery style, hud suitable f r ihtf prcM-nl season. Velvet, Cashmere, Sauna nnd TESTINGS, of other...
POETRY. PRAYER AT SEA. DURING A VIOLENT TORM. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
POETRY. PRAYER AT SEA. DURING A VIOLENT TORM. BY MRS. A. M. C. EDMOND. Thcni*;lit w:i* dnik, the storm was tuud. Thf viiinl weni k'atKiig la , An I many a wild ami frarfnl ch»ud t?\vepi o'er the sialics ,ky. Around mtf Iwrk Imije billow* rolled. That tii»*ed lis to nnd fro. Ami tt'iu*;, with fury nncouiiolled, At'ar their foam ufnmw. And Uhiuiiiiht *sVf IBS* waters rainc The ihttiiilei'n heiv\ i.nr, As lighltiiiiitlil,eHsbe.-teil flame Flushed tlie wide ocean nVr. Fear like an icy lurieni swept OVr imiiiy a tn&lt;&gt;i lal Tirm, And bnuiflity spirits taiwed and wept, Ti hear that awful Sturm. Rocked on the bosom nf lie- deep, Tiioer'nnV 11ml we pra\ed. Who hiiwhe.l a wilier sea lo *hep, That tl.-tcir *B&gt;itun had invde) He sent his angel do* n id calm The tuiimli ..four -..u!-. And bill ns teel that iiousjilit ci.ul.l harm, Wheie Oud himM-U'conti-.V. O it was joy t«i feel lhat He \Vatched nVr that sen of f-iim; That *tv as n..| there nor graves should la-, ...
SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] NAPLES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] NAPLES. ■■ Naples, ihmi heart ofm-n, whirl, ever pnnteat Naked lifiifalli lit*- li.lre-e eye ol 'heavt 11 . Klytitnn city, which la calm emliariteM The imitinoim *,ir an.l Ma ! I be J r&gt; "ml dice e\cn An miltimp nam.l Lore, Itf driven !"' The caleche which we tool* in the miluirlie toon UfiMfal ii* in frnnl of ill*.' high ir.onnii dino-nina-:i»d Virgil* tomb. An my immediale nrrongeinent« precluded I minute I could only nigh ut the discrepancy between the ideal and nc- j - .unl spot. Both en ejyeajtjoj ictled'u-n* wiriitoon flir.!»ip.iiri. by (he Ovioßl m.d tu.ih|'intrd a'-ene in whicli we at mo.*, immediately fmnid ournelves. Thin tval no other than the (iiutio of IWilipo, a cavern rimd, excavated ho long ago thut the dale of the j work id lost, through the high n.o&lt;:nt which divide* ; .Xnple* from Poz/..io!i. We pDctfl ii'ong ihi-» rcri.iu k- ; nhle highway for the dmanco ol (...If I mils'. It-. | ohacurity i...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
1 The art arlinitting the ~. „■ St ,t,, ,f |„ w „ j,,,,, • tin. I'nii.n lin.illi ii.ss.il both llnnsrs „r Cnngri «* Inn Mnntlny. '1t... t,,,, 1t. ,.,... ~,.,,,„„ „.,,., r , im , j i»MSI«n «•"• n.'l' i" VVaslii,,:,,, 1,,,, ,t.„ and have takm. (heir *&lt; als vi tin | Irasa* (Im. VV.il.lv l'heril|Kl..i is re ~|.„,,„,„.|„| .. ~ . llrij(iiili. r General la talis pnniinanrl i.m,„ n,. vv I regiments iifvo'i.tn.-i is eslltal Into st-r.lrs), Ills , sjong si.rv.rn in Ma.ii i. is urg !',,,,„ of lh „ „,, yoiiilliienL
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
CONSUMPHON CURED BY DR. DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYRUP WILD CHERRY AND TAR. O* MV WW K\ST FROM HOME, Padncah. Ky ■ In Feb.u.ry la-t. I waa attacked with a violent eoht lv B/taashi. ih&lt;: mounlxliis. It was a-. at-Vere llial I waa ..I,lntel |..)iiv h) in ,\eW York aever.il day a after com pleiing ,„, liv.ii,»: A hllh: rec.iiiled, 1 r.-tti. T.i d m l'ltda-Vl! h.a, wh... M.—r- Ruhiuaon. toiln.a A Co recouimri d. d lo „,. Hit HAVIA'dVUI-I'OF WlLlti KKltltV ANU'lARllavllig busiuesa to alieiid to, and wiih the uicuuvriilfOC* niieudiii, absence from home, 1 ooukl mil take it reifiilailj ur pay Uie proper alleutlun in ihe regiiueiidlrrcied. 1 foui ii ereal tienellt, htiwrver, from tilting part ol a I.utile ; was partiall) relisvetl, and enable*! to start Mi my jnuraei hum*. U. cui-hig ihr mounlail.s, I Waaevposed lo a severe Mi-nii which retiewetl the altark with sreally lucrrti-*"! vuileltce, lollnwetl by a hurra—tu. cough, great expedoration iri tun--cus.niidlirav) ui.bi sweals; IMb* co...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
IMI'KOVBMK-wT IN STOVKs. The Air-Tight Madeira Parlor Stove, Patented Octobgr, 1845. ' m^mmmmm'swas' m ~~ BY means of ihe imnrriveiiii-uls couibliiei' in thi*Btove, i llie ttaiuc Mid sulphurous gases are a.ahi brought into 1 contact Willi the fire, l.y which many dedrahlea'vantage* • are neeund. The teat i- tui longer violent, but *0 mild and - eg.liable as in cause the temperature of a Madeira cllMßl* • to circulate tliroiiKhma every üßj-t of the room ; iliedeajriM, 1 desired being itrul'ili-d vviih tin- prvciaiuu ol clock-won- tiv »" means of the valve in the aiiinke-nine, without the oosslt.tlll &gt;of llie e-i'iil-r «&gt;l mi* or noxious vapor, tlo.l belli r totall) eoiiMimii-d Willi the ainoka and Oust grlaiag tVoio eombiinlitili, which nre the gruumls v* which the patent ia ae- ' The end Bmspßjdß BBtl which has hiciilhily attained, ia I to c.oiaiiiiielhiJ »moke. dual, nlid all iiotlou- gaasa, thereby ineren-iu-. th« li-h. while treaty .h'liiuUlinir tlir cnuaiim...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 7 January 1847
SOLMA !*'• Nat-re's Gnu.. RestoratiTe. THIS Vsgeiabla Medicine steads unmslled for ths la) luwuig Coiiiplaiuis, vis. i DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION, DISEASED lIVRR, JAUNDICE, HILUOUS UHOLIC, COBTIVENEB*, LUSH OP APPETITE. ASTHMA, UILLIOUt tUB ORDER*. WORN*. NERVOUS COMPLAINTS, PAIN IN THE SIDE, BLEEDING AT THE STOMACH, COLDS AND COUGHS OF .-•ONUHTANDINU, HOARSENS**, SHORTNESS OF BREATH, BRA SICKNESS, see, Ac. J. D. HOLMAN. Proprietor, New TO I •rtet.lll, Baajts-is. A. REID. Again lor Cam' rids*. At the Ojjice of the Cambridg* Vhiontcle. This M- -(Heine Is of a warming, cheering an* lnvl|r&gt;ral||ig nature, and i» never known lo weaken ihe pat lent; wrier*,, tl ia wall known mtny other Cathartics have directly an op. posiie irudrucy. It hits a most powerful Influence, exceed, c.l by no other medicine, in tauioviiig NERVOUS COMPLxINTS. It is pleasant to lake, and In its operation g* much an, thai it may b« administered tv lb* lander lufaiu with safsty. Ill* uot pre'ruded that th«...
SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
SELECTED. From Blackwood's Magazine. THE SONG OF STEAM. BY GEORGE W. CUTTER. Harness me down with your iron bands ; Be sure of your curb and rein : For I scorn the power of your puny hands, As the tempest scorns a chain! How I laughed, as I lay concealed from sight For many a countless hour, At the childish boast of human might, And the pride of human power ! When I saw an army upon the land, A navy upon the seas. Creeping along, a snail-like band. Or waiting the wayward breeze;— When I marked the peasant faintly reel With tbe toil which lie faintly bore. As he feebly turned at the tardy wheel, Or tugged at the weary oar;— When I've measured Ihe panting courser's speed. The flight of the carrier dure, As they bore a law a king decreed, Or the lines of iißputient love ;— I euuld not hut think how tits world •voald feel, As they were outstripped afar, When 1 should be bound to the rushing keel. Or chained to the flying car ! Ha, ha, ha ! they found me at last ; They invited me forth, ...
From the Ladies' Album. THE ROMANCE OF AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
From the Ladies' Album. THE ROMANCE OF AMERICA. BY A. J. H. No land mny boant i\ romance more varied, « poetry of t.fn more holy, or one thnt wakes tho j heart lo deeper ami moie thrilling amotions. To I Aula mny be llio romnnce of antiquity nnd religion. Hers was in*pir..tinn cradled—Christianity born. Here were the seals on future time unloosed to prophets vision, snd the Almighty w;tlkt'(i with iiinn on eirlh. To Africa—that ofi the unknown — nither s snd reality of wo nnd hloo.l : her sands are of gold, her giirdem tike Paradise; hut, like the wave* of tho mnd-oec-nn in her bosom, her nations nre broken, nnd she who rocked Science on her heart, sits in niglii, desolate and lone. That uf Europe mny be called the romance of religion, science and art. That soul swnlla, and the pulao heat* quirk, tn pressing clnaaic ground, and we gnze on living, breathing [ marble almost to worship. Hera, too, nre the pride and pomp of royalty—the fests of knight* and the songs of bard*. How shall ...
BEAUTIFUL INSCRIPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
BEAUTIFUL INSCRIPTION. Oaring a recent visit te Laarel Hill Cemetery, nasi Philadnlphia, while wandering areand among Iho sculptured monuments, we saw upon a plain slab ef inartile these simple, yet b.aalif.l words : " Otia MoTiita —She tauiuit us how to MVI, Antr. MOW TO nl«." This is nn dnahl the iribala ef affection which soma motherless, children have paid re iheir de- ' rrssed parent, and the few words employed rtprrst more than could a volama ef praise. Pha tanght as lata te live. How vast a field ia embracrj—lhe fear of God—early piety—love for one another— meekness and forbearance—faith, hope, love and ' charily, all iha graces which adorn rhe f'hrisiisn character, aeemed to he combined in on. short sentence. She imparted these In her children; and hy leaching them •■ how to live " she taught their, bow j lo die. Would thai every mother's eplinph might be written in aurh a sentence. Ii is a light neon ,h. memory of the deceased which casts ita reflection noon the living — Ta...
Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. BY MRS. A. M. F. ANNAN. ( CONTINUED. ) Years passed, and the early object of the pedler woman was accomplished. The fruits of her tireless industry had gradually made her the mistress, not only of ihe cottage, to ihe possession of which ahe had ao long aspired, but of several fields lhat lay around it, and the cheerful prospect of an old age. smoothed by ease and plenty seemed before her. Her foster-child had entered upnn her womanhood, and with the extreme beauty thut marked her infancy, she still retained the title by which it bad boot, acknowledged. Throughout the whole country fbe was distinguished as "Pretty Jane." Hie had learned, wilh her first power of reflection, to appreciate the unselfish goodness thut had cherished her, and the only feeling which appeared to stir her tranquil nature with the strength of a passion, wns that of gratitude. " God bless her !" was often the tearful ejaculation of Widow Slade; "if there is o...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
PUStsaVSSD asVBH.IT THUBUMH BY ANDREW REID, 41 his efflce, comer or Msla and atsis.lne aureate, ores iho .lore of Joseph A. Holmes m Co., Oeaibrldl.tiorl. TERMS OF Till! ICHROWICIJC TWO DOLLARS FEU ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. Sobscriptions received forsix moilllis. capita, four cent.. May be obtained al iheUni varsity Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, and al ill. office,corner of M.iin and Magaiine slreeta, CAMBRIDtiEI'ORT. Od- Mr. Gxorok Burr Is our auihorlaedagent for East Cambridge, and will see lo the delivery of Ike papere in tliat Ward ; and .ill also Irnnsacl all holiness relative lo Ike Cliroiiicla. Any person iv that seciiun uf the city wishing la subscribe or advtrlist, will please call an him. a=ss== TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements nolexceediug 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion, 0 60 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the niiinih, (lour insertions,) 1 00 Basilicas Card,, I year, 8 00 •• •• 6 months, 3SO «« •&lt; 3 uiuiiili,, 200 Advertisements exceeding...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
\V« un- again indebted tn .In: Hon. B. Thompson, M. C, for congressional documents, for übirli we feel much obliged. Tie- Governor's Message was-received too late for insertion in our columns to-day, without making our paper a day later for its patrons, which we did not feel uulhoiized to do. 'Ihe Boston papers are so easily obtained lhat we presume our reuders will not be muuh disappointed by its non-appearance.
JOB AND CARD PRINTING!!! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847
JOB AND CARD PRINTING!!! Many of the friends and patrons of the Chronicle, we fu d, are unacquainted with tho fact that Job Printing, in all its varieties, is executed at this office, cheaper than they can havo it done in lloston, or elsewhere. We aay cheaper, becouse in Iho first place, we do not pay the enormous rent that we should be obliged to, wero we located in Illusion, nnd therefore as we pay a less sum for rent we can live by charging a still lower price for our work. In the second place, we can do work lower than our neighbors in Boston, because our personal and ihu incidental expenses of the office are less here, than they are to those in Boston, and. us we have tho same advantages with regard toour printing materials, we say again, that we can and will do Job Printing cheaper than it can be done in lloston. There is a large amount of Printing carried out of the city, which by right ought to he executed by tho Printers in Cambridge. Tho type in this orfico is new, and we ...