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ADVERTISEMENTS!! [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

ADVERTISEMENTS!! Our friend a in Cambridge, Boston, &.C., can see by our paper that our advertising patronage is not ho large ns could be wished. F.very man iv our city, who i.. in business, ought lo kuow that it is for h\i own benefit as well as ours to advertise in tbe Chronicle, nnd we hope ere long that every one will have hi-> name and business appear in our columns. It costs but little, and must inevitably be of great benefit to ull. Boston merchants will ulrio find, lhat they will receive back ten-fold for what ihey pay out iv this way. We are so near their cii*, lhat it is easy to send iv to them for I whatever may bo needed, and if our citizens pee adveitiscd id our piper ihe articles wanted, ihey will of course know where to send nnd procure ibcm. We hope that our friends will send in their advertiriemeuU ns snon as possible. Our terms arc low, and wo should he happy to have inorv adI vcrlis imiUs iv our paper an kooii as potuiblu. *

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

We have received a copy of the M Young American's Magazine of Self-Improvement," edited and published by Mr. George Washington Light, nt i\o. 3 Combill. \\'e we utnong tbe list of contributors, J. R. Lowell, James T. Fields, T. C. I'pliam, and many of ihu best writers in tho Cuioii. Mr- Light, 119 is well known, is highly Qualified to conduct such a Magazine, and we trust it will bo well supported. Messrs. James Mutiron iv Co. are agents for Cambridge. The ** Ameiiean Almanac " is a highly useful and important work, containing n I'nt of all the government oflieers, their salaries, &c. It is also tilled wilh information relative to the nation and its government. Kvery American should possess a copy, for from it ho can derive knowledge which no other work can give hiui- Fur sale by James Munroc Xc Co. "The livening Budget" in tho title of a neat little penny sheet, just started in Worcester | P. It. Cox, formerly of this city, editor and proprietor. Its tvpograpbv is remar...

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FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

FIRES. Fiats in CAMBKiu«avW>iiT. —Afire was discovered at about half past nine o'clock, last evening, in an empty barn, in Court street, near West Boston bridge, Cambridgeport. The building was entirely consumed. The tiro was the work of nu incendiary. This burn bus been set fire lo several times previously.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

At about half-pusl II o'clock, a fire was discovlured iv lh« bowling alleys of Mr. Proctor, on main street. The lire was extinguished, but not before considerable damage had been done. This fire was also the work of an incendiary. ' |)t:*TRUcnvE Fihk.—-On Friday , about OOS 'o'clock, Iho I'niluriai. Meeting House, in this town, was discovered to bo on fire. Tho flames spread no rapidly that, notwithstanding the exertions of our ciii/.ens and firemen, the whole building whs destroyed. Fortunately ihere was but I litile wind, and that blow ing iv a contrary direction I from tho nearest house, so that tho buildings n- ! round, all Hough in imminent danger, were all saved. The lire, it is siipposed.cuught from a del feet iv ihu atore pipe.—This was ihu largest, und I handsomest church in town, and cost about $12,--1000. A large organ waa also destroyed. The loss is very deeply felt by our citizens generally. No insurance. Fiiday eveuing a Social Gathering i was to havo been held in Lyce...

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ACCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

ACCIDENTS. ANOTHER Fatal ACorlMr.—Kirk Wight, ahout 14 years of age, a son of Mr. James Wight, w'lioliws'on Wnrren stieet, wns killed yesterday afternoon in the lVscott Mill, by falling through what is called ihe elevator, lie lell nhour twelve feet, striking on his bend, fracturing the skull badly. He survived Iha acridenr only about two hours. This is n most distressing accident, and ono which will he severely felt by the alilicleil parents. Just one week baton a similar accident happened in Ihe new Middlesex Mill Wo trust that these two accidents will serve lo make people moie tcurcful.— Ltnrell Courier.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

The steamer Mnhcgnn, which having struck n rock near Sand's Point, 1.. I. Sound, wnt run ashore to prevent her from sinking, hat been got off, nnd towed into Cow Hay, not far distant, wheie she will receive tein|iorary repairs. In PeUetille, Pa., John Reese, who eomciiino ago killed '1 homas Calligaa in telf defence, and was orijiiiile.l, has heon murdered near hia own house. The Lexington (Ky.) Observer nolire. the death of Joseph Brown, Jr., of that city, who sofforaled hi- smoke, whilst lying in his lied. The cuslrnn of n coveiing of a seller in the room look lire whilst ho was asleep, nnd when ho nwoka ho was so far exhausted, that ho could give no nlnrin, though he got out ef tied and wai found on tho floor dead.

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WAR NEWS. LATER FROM THE ARMY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

WAR NEWS. LATER FROM THE ARMY. MoVKMKNTB OK TrOOI'S—I.ATER FROM Monterey—Death or Gkn. llamjer-—Ma-rine I) i s a st c n—Loii or i «o v x h n m r m Steamer Gophir.—Tho steamship McKim, Copt* J. I!. Peck, from llruzos, arrived nbout two o'clock this morning. The steamship Virginia left tho Rrnzos for Tampico on the 15th .nab, with Isieut. Col. Earl* with 6 companies of the Alabama Itegimcnt, numbering nearly 100 mm, rank nnd file. Tho steamer Cincinnati nnd V. S. propeller James Cngo left on the 16th, with <.en. Shields nnd Klufl". and Cnpl. Sully's Company of Alabama Volunteers ; all bound to Tnnipicn. Loss or the IT- 8. Htkamkr Mother. — The U. S. steadier Gopher Inoko her hng-chnin* and .rtttm connections in crossing ih« bur nn Sunday the 13th. She waa enabled lo get oiitpide tho breakers nnd came to anchor in five fuilmnts water. The wind blowing strong from thn seuihcnst, nnd a heavy sea running nt ihfl time. Shu wns litcrallv smashed lo pieces, and sunk nt her nnVhors...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

Arrival or G*n. Scott.—Gen. Scott and suite arrived in town yesterday morning, and is staying at the St. Charles Hotel. Wo understand he leaves for tho Rio Giande, in the early part of tbe week.— lbid. A correspondent uf the N. Y. Herald states that the actual amount of moneys paid out of tho Treasury, on account of the war with Mexico, is the anug little aggregate, from tbe slh to the 15th of December, (inst.) ($2,335,000) two millions three hundred and thirty-five thousand dollars. General Scott.—Tho N. O. Picayune of the 20th says : •* Thia distinguished officer, accompanied by Major Smith, Cupt. Monroe, and Liouts. Scott and Williams, arrived in our city yesterday and look lodgings at the St. Charles Hotel. The general appears to be in excellent health and spirits, and we learn leaves for the seat of war in the early part of the week.*' The Texan papers loudly complain of the organization of a territorial government at i?anla IV, by General Kearney, aa Simla IV was within the ac...

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GENERAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

GENERAL ITEMS. TiicSTvrs iv MASiSoLuuHi.— Ihe Danville Democrat gives the varioas trades and profession* of the privates of the Columbia Guards, one of iho accepted companies in the second Pennsylvania Kegiuient. We find them divided aa follows : Fighteen Inborn*, tin cc cabinet makers, six primers, tws tailors, four machinists, three boatmen, three furnaciiiien, two ml ulders, one tanner, five miners, two rhaitmukers. four shoemakers, two teachers, four farmers, one manufacturer, two millers, one teamster, one weaver, one plasterer, one puddlor, three earpeuters, two blacksmiths, ono butcher, Iwo bakers, and iwo geullnmen. Tho most of these men sro fioin nineteen to tweoty-six, but fifteen being over thirty, und none so old as forty.

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HYDRANT ENGINE, NO. 4. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

HYDRANT ENGINE, NO. 4. On Iho 7lh instant, ut the house uf the Hydrant Fngine, No. 4, v Volunteer Company of Firemen, wus organized, consisting of 81 members. Samuki. iSamieiib, Chief Fngineer, took the chair, and the following officers were chosen : J. Dana Hovky, Foreman. Samukl Jamils, 2d do. J. S. Ohne, 3d do. B. F. Jacob.., Clerk.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

The following are Ihe officers elect of Mt. Auburn Lodge No. 94 I. O. of O. F. for the ensuing term, which is six months. And will bo installed Thursday evening Jan. 7th. Flliot Bowuim, V. G. A. C. Smith, V. G. Abel Stevens, Jr.. Secretary. L. 11. Locke, Secretary. Massachusetts Sknatohs.—ln ihe Alias is published ihe official return of the votes for Senators, at the recent election, by which it appears that twenty-four Senators only, out of the whole forty, have been elected by tbe people— namely, sin Suffolk—2 in Hampshire—l iv Nantucket and Dukes—2 in Franklin—2 in Barnstable —3 in Norfolk —1 in Hampden-—2 in Plymouth—3 in Bristol —2 in Fss'ix—and lin Worcester. Total 2-I—ull Whigs. There are sixteen vacancies—namely, I in Hampden—2 in Berkshire—3 in Fssex—-I in Worcester—and 6in Middlesex. Total lb*. Tho actual canvuss of the voles shows v greater number of vacancies ihuu was niiticipuled. A majority of the Senate, however, ia.elected hy the people, and as the vacancies must be ...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

Municipal. ---City of Cambridge. In Hoard of Aldermen Jan. 11 1847. Tha consideration of the petition of Royal Hichunison nnil oiliera, concerning a drain or water course fiom Craigie street lo Professor's Row, w-s retained, agreeably lo assignment, a further hearing having been had, il waa Ordered that Ihe petitioners have loave to withdraw. Ordered thai ihe Mayor be requested lo noiify Mr. Isaac I.ivermore, thut lie must cause iho obstructions placed by him or his order in llirj.lr.ii,, leading acroas Craigie street near Ihe southwest corner of his nursery to be lamoved ; nnd unless Mr. I.ivermore shall remove iha tame within ten days, that the Mayor cause the tume lo he done by Ihe superintendent of streets at the etp.'iise of .Mr. l.i.ermnre. I'eiiiion of S. G. Davis and oihen further postponed. IVliiion of D. I". Slocumb for license lo cxhit.it Ibe luiliun.l Itlinslrels ; license refused. I'elilion of Pioneer Fngine Company No. « for increase of compensation ; read, and referre...

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List of letters remaining in the post Office, Cambridgeport, December 31, 1845. Persons calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

List of letters remaining in the post Office, Cambridgeport, December 31, 1845. Persons calling for these Letters will please say they are advertised. Ann* Elijah tiilniiiii-'iiiriii 111 il'liilliiis Sully Aliliot Ji-eiih (liin.cx.alrli jl'.iiklniiii Win Aiki"nun James 3 caiiliicr Mrs 0 Plenttss Henry llrowii J Mr f.'reei.e Ali-xnmlcr i.'1'c. kil.s I: lias A Itatlef Isajak s (ireene ller.ii'in I'asc rx Tlinm.ia llryeut S E Mr Grave JiaHaptl I'eiililuati. Faulty llml.ei tr Miss (.'. ml Civhnx t'irlin ii lien It llliali I. A Mrs !l.'.,.„!-.lr.lii-Ini.i Perkins Levi llnrtier H Mr llli ial 'lllni l'iy If " rinvlicn llnilti.lt .llu.'v A iilejl I.Mlin .M ;Il..l,|l,v«ii t-iilen A Urmia Emery l.'iniiuleu tin) W KayuiouJ Hluuul Bruits I. Mr liiiiri-I lirsli.'li 'Itnsaell Fliianii W llullanl Juliu* II..I, ,„n .1, M- W llln.-cll Waller lleniiell lunik HallJaii.es jlln.liii. Ilrrlli T 2 Unitlell .Han Ann lllililiard I'.,,illy A tlinii ) Jnlili Jr l.iillr'llei.l J Hill,mi I.urrrlia I. Slitlll se...

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MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

MARRIAGES. In this city, Dec. 31st, Mr. James C. Davis to Miss Elizabeth A. Chaney. In this city, by Rev. Mr. Mullen, Mr. John simpson to Mrs. Ann S. Kimball, all of C. In Boston, on the 31st ult., Mr. Francis Lamy, of B. to Miss louise E. Merrill, of Abington. On the 3d inst., by Rev. Mr. Streeter, Mr. Freederick Balch to Miss Hannah J. Perry. On the 7th inst., by Rev. Dr. Lowell, C. W. Pickering, Lieut. U. S. Navy, to Mary P. Stearns. In Charlestown, Dec. 31st, rev. Charles P. Bush, of Norwich, Conn., to Miss Phillippa, daughter of I. Call, Esq.

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DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

DEATHS. On the Cattaragus reservation, 23d ult., James Strvens, one of the oldest of the Seneca Chiefs, the friend of Red Jacket, and for many years a resident of the Buffalo Creek Reservation. At Cincinnati, Dec. 31, at the residence of his brother, (Timothy Walker,) joseph Brewster Walker, in his 38th year, a member of the st. louis Bar, and a graduate of Harvard University in the class of 1832.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

C1TV OF CAMBKUXsE. Iu lb. year one llioiuteuil eifht buntlr.i] llinJ furty-si*. AN ORDINANCE. To estaljli.il a City Baal. Be it ordained by the City Codneil of the Cily of Cambridgt: 1. That the following shall be llio device of thti sua] of auid city, to wit :—in the centre thereof, a shield, bearing upon it a view, in distant jifcrapective, of Catnbiidgo und lioalou united hy u lirid.ee; on the extreme left, Iho Towers of Gaff, [lull, und on tho extreme right, tho Dome of the Stale House, to iudicuto tho two places; under the shield, llie in— sr.ription shall be M Caatabrigiu conditu, A. A. lt>30 : Civico regimitie donuta, A '7> . I84ti." arouud llie leal, oa llie cily niollo, shall he the words, " Literis auliuuii novis intititulix decora." 2. He it further ordained, That ull Ordinunce. or part, of Ordinance., inconaistunt with the foregoing, be, and the same, lire hereby repealed. In Common Council, Dec. 28, 1840. Passed to he ordained. JOHN SARGKANT, Presi...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

AIH>OMI-VAI> SUI'PUHTKRfI*. N. E. TRUSS MANUFACTORY, BOSTON, MASS. I r Jiiubi . Fresterlok Ko-ier eoa&eoss to msnuISOtVrs nil lbs various npprovt*. THUBBK*. ul his Old Klind , No. 303 {uuprwjtsNo. mi Wsshiiifcion klrctt, enlrsucein Temple Avenue. A Un, AauoMlSALaßrroaTßaetlbrPwiliipsiislllerl-Bus. I'i.N-it.nv Haos, Knkk C*ra, Back Boaiiu-, Stbklßhoes, for deformed feel.—Tru*»*s repaired at one hour's notice, and msdfl lonimweriiftirullnies as well nn new. Tin-mi... ■criber hsvim »om s Truss li.iin.tli for tweniy-flve rasrs.snd tilted an insny for ihe Itut ten years, feels CoiiJV dt'iit in bolus i l,l '' ,0 »uit all cases thai mny cuma tn linn. Ur. Plstcbrr's Truss, mml Murtih'sTriit.-, Dr. Hull's Truss, tndTboinp«ou , i Botcbftl Trims, una Hit; Ahnkor«'Rock(ni Trusses ■ ma, be bsd at tliU t.-s-taliHslunt in. vVhiaprrlnjj Tubes and Ear Trumpets. I lint WlllCliuMr it person [y converge low wltti oiitvlhsi in bnrtl of bearinj;. AllLsd.es in wtuil of Al...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

LUNCH.^ . 'J'HE ■ahatrllav ramrnt his Is-uny thanks iv his I fiii-nds nml the pnhlic, r,.r lb. rtnrUlMr.l patroaI ago thsy have esli-mlril lo him, and would also inform lUcm, that Im may la; found, aa usuul, al ill. "Old Stand," Corner of Main Si and Brighton Hoad, I'niJur JoiKiMi A. lloi.mkk unci Co.'s Kloro, ie;uly to uiiHvver their culla in v prompt uiul tWt.Uful.ny mariner. IMS TABLEfI ARF. rr!KMS[|i;i> AT AM. " lIOUKS Ol' TUfl DAY, wnii am. mi »|||. IV THfc mahki i Ai-1-uiiUh, mid no pain* Mill lie rjjiaied t<> fuit tin- paluteti of tlie City e|iiciirefl, or tlie wunla ol the 'i'ruveller. . Oysters, , Bi-rviil up in every vnriely of style, or seul lo any pari of ilie cily, al the l.mcbt pi lea, flee of expt-uae. " 12m Jan. 7 I). STONE. I I SONS OF TFMJ'EItANCE !! [ All Temperance men, young and old, who are ■ in favor of foriiiing it Division of the M SUNS OF (l TEMPERANCE, in Cainbiidgfport, cun Higu | (heir iiaiiii'd to v pelitiou fur a Charie...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

X_.„ ' m. J i^!^'rs P 0 It T B A I T S. In the Italian style, black, or colored Crayons, by MM X. M.JI I>KINS M\So. 2 F.lltiy .Slreel Cambridtje. Teruia uttyubie on delivery of ilie portrait. UFFEKENCEa. Key. Mr. Allm,, I'n't, E. T. (.Jli.iniiiiiir, > Cambi itlge. A W.-flmte.LM,., $ E. T. liutmfj. Em., >fl , {U- Friends end visiters re.pioi.ted to call in tbe |AmOM U-lni.uu (be bouiw of lour and the. Im Jan 7 HILL & COMPANY, i> B i (jtjisrs, 8 Makvakd row, DAWRftIDOK, WILL IWM it loimiftlit mnrnls ot tin- nioil Poif ttnd Fresh Medicine*. Tin- uublio may feel itn-iired ih.-n nil Presrniiiioii.iwiUhc i-an-lidlviHtlelided it., tiny Mini niglit, «n.l |t.n nuh, one lhorr-j«yv wlucslvd iv Ilia liii»iii.-«*. on the most .tpprovH princiiden now uriicured iv 110-toii. Attendaijoe will trellnmd ul ull hoars and timid*)'., lor iierere «ar\ Mrtliciiie. illll .V <o. imve U-.tvr; to rrt.r to Mr. Hjlvester Aluiy. l»rii«uinl, Tri'li...

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