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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

CAMBRIDGE Furniture and Carpet Warehouse. WHITNEY. UKAt'KKTT k CO., Have e.in.uiitlv li.r sale al then spaiiinia Wareliouse, near ilie Collect., a vei v evtensive a3.oiluifi.t ut FURNITURE, I'.nri-.-uis, TaUaa, rVitliltaiU. I'ia.aiit. Sanialaiit, - Uiaua, lamkiiiK GUsraa, llcli ij;n..l,„ ~ Clucks, Enli) l.atniia, &c CARPETING, , There-ply, Snp.-iliiie, Fine, Painted and .Slr.iw, . blair CniiielniK, H.nla and Efaat | FEATHERS, [ Miillrnasrs, I'eallutr lie.la, tie. See. &.r. (to- All of which will be auM low. K7 I'l.llvu's Ki'l'riueri.lura tuiislm.tly mi hainl. ! uuv 19 lini I DH y (JOOD.S. Chi lilt* X. JtiuieV Svw liuildiifKt Mviii St.* A Jew doois East of JVbrfulk street, t <:AMHRII>tiKI»ORT f v WHKltriunyl.ffoiinilatriHMhti.iTortiiii-111 n, FORKK;N . AHu ikimi;hhc nuvt.oons.Mi ftekmwi cv.ii priOMJ lilfiicli,.! mitt I'litilfadiiil Colloimot'evcri wiilllianiJ ~ ..men Dnuni-i. 'r.il.lf IWrat Itinls Efa Dtauefl lr,>..i.ii, Z Cras...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

CLiOTJIING. AT PUICKS BEYOND ALL COMPETITION. FOR TIIIKTY WAYS. One of the BEST MANUKACTUBEU STOCKS oi UalAUy-MAUK CIsOTIIIAfU, Will be uttered lor sals at tl.u COKNUII Ol* ILU ASH. HjUllTtll STREKTS, CALKUWa, CO.MPAXT, AT Tin: ORIGINAL COST. tOll TIIIUTV DAYH. This stork ramprtseseven tlasrrlwtoa ofHEAHY Mvlir" 1. UIVU..N I 8, mad* la Ihe LATEST uiul luosl APPKOVEI) still., hi.,l WARRWIF.II t,,„,,l In CUSTOM WORK, V... u„ii. in II mil un |..ici.aivu sad nth assanasml. I' I'lloll 1,.111., |~.,v,r... n,„,l t,,„,1,1u Milled gurli.ul 1 1u11,., .T ~..;, ill.mil Ii- .limit 1.11,1 ruler. «,,.,,,, brailllAll liruviu Clnlti. !•.. rl lets, .. nil l.iiniiiiiita tv niulrti. «jh;ilii.ulTiii<Ti,n. I,nun ui.dt.ii.ll.il •SO A DC LOT lis, uil'itli- li.r lln-ss ami Fruck I'ui.ls. u> are roiisiaatl, ramtvlaj. a tktsr. sstsatiaß ri Gi,:,i .V1.U.1 1..ley and Finn'..VLBUS, I,Tin. nun..,.-,.,»,, 1.1.J 1 rr. lis. 1., in, an ami Irenrh iioi'.sKiss axi) ojtMisiaaas, el'-v.-ii siilr. i....

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

POETRY. The following beautiful piece of poetry is front the pen of Mrs. A. M. Edmonds. It fiist tippeurcd in the Boston Traveller of the 21st ultimo. Our columns have often been enlivened by tbe effusions of Mrs. E.s gifted pen:— Journal. THE VOICE OF THE DYING YEAR. I stood by (he conch of Departing Time, Ere pealed the belle in their midnight chime, Tbe eandi of his life run few nnd slow, And the lamp of hie spirit burned dim and low. "I am going now/* said the Vying Year *' My woik ts done, and mj journey here; Farewell, farewell In ye, etas of cl.iy, We meet no more till the judgment dtiv ! Oh, many b nhMga have 1 wrought on earth Since ye Sang of my coming, and welcoinM my birth; | Ye hailed me with rapture, ye leave me with grief, ' Tho' my moments were (letting, my seasons were brief. 1 ka?f seen the young in their frr«lmes* <rte, While the nged, Death with his dail pn*sed by. Proud men, in the dust they spurned, lie low, And the conqueror sleeps with his fallen f...

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MINE IS THINE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

MINE IS THINE. BY GOODWYN BARMBY. Miii* m thine, and thine id mine — Such is Orfs* most holy sign : When the mother's InsM bare liivrlliinilklolal.) f.i'ir ; When the ailing inl.inf cries Bringing tones to mother's tyf*; , Smile for Fmile, and e\r for eyr, i Tear for tear, add sitfli lor sigh; | SThen appear? the luu divine— * Mill'- is thine, and thine is mine. , Mine is thine, and thine is mine — Such is Lovn's most holy sign : When the lover tnkes hie Iwide, i Each shall share the same fireside, l Each the Mm sky orethend, i Earh the board and each the bed, i Each the night and each the day, , Each the toil and eiieh the play, . I'iilnc Tor pulse and start for start, Beat for beat and heart for hear!; Thus fhov show fhr law divinr— Mine is thine, and thine is mine. Mine is thine, and thine is mine— i Such i« Eovi:** most holy sign : j When the members of the Stale I Children are of Mother great; One in heart and one in bead, Eike two lovers ripely wed; When they each Mill share n...

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SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

SKETCHES OF ITALY. [From the Italian Sketch Book.] ROME. " Vet, Ibis is Rome, That sat upon her sc\en from Imt ihros* Of beauty, ruled the world ! Yel lltrse are K..ni:uis. Why. in thai elder day, to be n Koman Was greater than a king !" 1» the light of a clear atmosphere we stood upon the summit of the Capitol, und thoughtfully gazed forth upon the city wilh its mountain-wall circling broadly in the distance, from so commanding n position, wit wese enabled to expand our idea of the site of ancient Rome, into a sensible conception e/ the relative localities and original aspect of b«r scattered nnd dimly defined remains. Directly beneath us stood a massive form, whose sculptured and inscribed surface is uniformly tinged with the melancholy hue imparted by the earth which sn recently encrusted it, and deepened by thi lapse of ages. And yet, beneath that arch have earth's MM splendid pageants passed; eyrt bedewed with the rich tears of grateful rxult.ition, have dwelt upon its now defa...

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

The New Yeah.—The olmerver of aigna mny look upon 1847 with a fearful face. Tlie year begins with Friday and ends with Friday—that verjr unlucky day. The 4th of July comes on Sunday —very unlucky. For tha first time in the 4 *recollocttun of the oldest inhabitant," there will he no full moon this year in the month of February—unlucky month. Our national political year begins on Sunday, the 4th of March—unlucky day. There will be no eclipse visible in the year—unlucky for the star-gazers But ns un offset for the whole.—January is to be blessed with two full moons, and March with the like number—this will be lucky, and will perhaps throw light enough over the dark features ef the year to overcome all evil prognostications.— Portsmouth Jour.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

CONSUMPTION CURED BY | DU. DAVIS'S COMPOUND SYRUP ; WILD CHERRY AND TAR. j ON MY WAY iAfT FROM HOME. I'mlurah, Ky , In I Fehriiary last, I wna attacked with n violent cold iv croMHtiu Ihe mountains. It wm. no severe that 1 wro* > oi.lui-d to lay by in New York aeveral ilai« after completing my buiioiewt. A luile re.Tinted, 1 returned in Fhiladelphia, > when Mennrr* Itohtinioii, INdliun dr. Co. reeoinuieinled lo * in,' lilt I>AVIS'HYHIJIM>F WIUMJIKRHY ANKTAII < ■laving hunhieaa lii attend to, and with Ilie incunveuieiice ; attending absence from home, I could not lake it regularly ■ OT Ml the proper attention lo the regimen directed. I found • great henellt, however. Iroiii t'tkiug part ol n bottle; was .■ ji.-ii i i'il! \ relievetl. and enabled to Mlurl on my journey home. > Rccrosahtg the mountains, 1 waa exposed lo a sever* Mono * which renewed ihe nltnck with greatly increased violence, • followed hy n tiHrriuaftng...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 14 January 1847

IMPBOVSNBNT IN aTUVttg, The Air-Tight Madeira Parlor Stove, Patented October, 1846. r 11 t l BY means of ihe Imiirovanieaiscomhtnadln ihlsfitove, i tlie llrone mid aulpliurnui lases nre main brought into . contact wilh llin lire, liy which many ile-draWe advantages wro nefiired. Tile beat i« no limner violent, hut so mild mid ■ equable hs lo cause Ilie temperature of a Madeira climate t to circulate throughout every part of ihe room j the degree dcnlretl being regulated with die (necl-non ol clock-wurit by , means ul' Univalve in the mnoke-ylue, without the possl- , tnliiy nl the escape ol' a,-i» or notions vapor, that being to- , tiilly consumed wilh the amohe and dusi arising from coiuhunlion, winch are thu grounds ou which the paten* la ao Tlie'end propoard — and which has liecntnlly attained,- la < In consume itm smoke, dust, anil till notion* gimea, thereby ! uicrftistiin, tliu iV'it. wllilu jmiily dluiinhdlillg the. coilsuuiptloa of wel-tAdurnee a genua and euj'ial ...

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

Nature's Grand BrCgtoratlTe. DKBPKPbIa OB INDIGESTION, DISEASED LIVER JAUNDICE, HILLIOUS CHOUC, COBT.VENBSS ' LOBS OP APPETITE. ASTHMA, BILLIOUI DM- ' ORDERS, WORMS. NERVOUS COMPLAINT* PAIN IN THE BIDE, BLEEDING AT THE sm>MACII,COLI)BANDCOUOHfIOp LONG STANDING, HOARSENESS, SHORTNESS OP BREATH, BEA SICKNESS, etc., Ac. J. D. lIOI.MAN, Proprietor, N*. to C .r M hll|, BsHitanat. A. REID, Agent tor ('ami.ridge, At the Office of ihe Cambridge Chronxcle. Thin Medicine la of a warming, cheering and lnvlgorailu x naiure, and la never known tv weaken Ibe patient; wherea, His well knowu many other Catbartka have directly an op. poaile tendency. It him a inoal powerful influence, eirecded by no other tuediclne, in removing NERVOUS COM. PLAINTS. It la pleasant lo lake, and In Ita operation flu much so, that it may be administered tv ths lender infant W'itll nullity. It In not pretended that the above Medicine will rirre *.. the diseaaca in winch human nature la heir, m- ia said ~f man...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1847. NUMBER 38. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT Tttt KStr.siV jiiirmm;, jan.ii, 18« i.

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POETRY. SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

POETRY. SONG. BY B. B. FRESCH. IVrillea far Die Annual Celrbralion -f lII LsafSef tf lerPiijnra. by the jW ftagiW Sun./,/ of the ri/vaf tl'asAiaj-f.ia, Derrmber 22, l"4ti. Ws nttw cointneiiloraic ihe day To Yankee hi nits most de:u , sir. When ravuge eyes in Pit mouth hay, U.-held a ciljlit sn *pi* er, sir, A a.lip .ippr-wiclied tin" n»<'ky shore, Moved b| Ilie hiccxc npiiec, t-ii, And on hSf finKcu deck »he IfeSra, The f.ilher« of our r.ov, sir, Yankee doodle let ns slag. And with tlini day n m.Miilrer, Tlie first [nfSflSed Yankee Rtteg— The '* .May 1 lower M in Dfrcinlicr. Tli-nub ml 1 and chill the windy air. Tliough dirnr die ice-hound roßel. sir, The May flower's fStSM were planted there, (liew, nml bQoRJM a host, sir ! New Bug Und'* soil could not contain Tlie fiiiil-of llml flint lilooin, sir, Ami so it spread like summer rain, Knr south ami went (tif room, sir. Yankee doodle let us sing. An I wiih that day rcineml-cr. The first intciitcd Yankee tiling, The *• M iy...

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SELECTED. Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

SELECTED. Pedler Molly AND Pretty Jane. A GRANDMOTHER'S STORY. BY MRS. A. M. F. ANNAN. (CONTINUED.) Meanwhile the two lovers were moving from room to room in the old house. The young pastor led the way, and pointed out, with a satisfaction the fuller for its novelty, his various plans and arrangements, while Jane timidly expressed her commendations, and acknowledged, with modest grutitude, his solicitude for her comfort. "This room," said he, opening one of the lower apartments, "you have not seen since I hud Ihe new toilet moved into it. We will keep it for our guest-chamber, will we not ? for I irust that the exercise of a cheerful hospitality will always be a chief pleasure) wiih us hold. It is a light, snug looking tittle place, and we wijl try to make onr friends feel at home in it." " And yet I nm afraid it will often give me n melancholy feeling 1o enter il," said Jane; M I do not know if I huve ever spoken to you of it before, hut it wus in this very room, here wheie we now ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

FI'BLISHftDD JKVKRV THORSVAT, At (lie comer of Main and Maiasine Streets, over ihe ainr© of Joseph A. Iluluiss & Co., Cau.brJ<J(e|>ort. TERMS OF TUB CHRONICI.JE. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six mouths. ()r»-3in?la copies, four cents. May he obtained a t the University Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, aad st ths office, corner of Main and Magazine street*, CAMBRIDUEI'ORT. frt- Mr. Gioroi Ruri" is our auikurised agent for But C-i.ubr.dga, and will see to the delivery of the papers in thnt Ward j and will also transact all business relative lo the Chronicle. Any person in that section of the city wishing to subscribe or advertise, will please call on him, TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements nolexceediug 10 or 12 lines, First Inserlinn, J> p° Each subsequent insertion, 0 w By the month, (four insertions,) I 00 Business Cards, I year, 6 £{> »* •« 6 months, 360 « ** 3 months, 200 A...

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GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE. Fire ix CiunuiToww-A lire broke out on Thursday night last, st half past 11 o'clock, in n building on Medford street, Chsrleslown, occupied as s> cooperage, chemical works nnd carpet weavin-. The building was owned hy Charles A. Locke, of Boston, and was insured for $10,000. The cooperage was ennied on by Mr. Locke, the chemical works hy Mr. Anderson, who hsd just commenced burness, and the carpet weaving hy Mr. Lang. Tho hiss of these gentlemen we did not ascertain. Tire ik Medtord.—A new wooden house, on Ihe farm belonging to Mr. ({serge .Adams, in Medford, nearly completed, took fire on Friday ; night, about 8 o'clock, nnd waa i.enrly consumed. There hud been Are in the borne lo dry thu plaster- j ing. Insured tot about $3000. — Journal. A Crash.—The roof of a largo building upnn ! Charlestown Square, culled Washington Hull, mid used »s « dancing hall, fell in on Saturday night, nhottt ten o'clock, with a tremendous crush, srot-j leriug the timber...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

Jails and Houses or Correction.—We gather from tbe Abstract of returns of the Keepers of Jails and Overseers of the Houses of Correction of this Commonwealth, for the year ending Nov. lat, 1846, aa prepared by the Hon. John v. Palfrey, Secretary of tho Commonwealth, the following fact*- :—Whole number of prisoners (including di-l.tora) in nil tbe Jails nnd Houses of Correction, during the year ending on November Ist, 1846, 0544; melts, 4943; females, 953; adults, 4999; minors, 897; whitu person?, 5518; colored, 378; married, 1561; not stated whether married or not, 4983; able to rend or write, 2163; addicted to intemperance, 2125; confined for debt, 953; confined for insanity, 40; natives of Massachusetts, 1126; native* of other States.7ss; natives of other countries, 1265; persons whose nativity is not given, 3398. Remaining in confinement, November Ist, 1846, 743. Average cost of board of each prisoner, per week, fft,ffT|. Estimated value of labor in Houses of Correction, $15,495 ...

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WAR NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

WAR NEWS. From the Seat or War.—The New Orleans Dellu gives iho following ns reliable information :— (Sen. Taylor, as we had been previously advised, counterman-lied when on his route to Victoria, nnil was appiouching Sallillo, when ho met Col. May and his stiuudron, who had pushed on iv advance of him, returning to Monterey, Col. May having informed him of the actual and existing s|ute of thing-i at Snltillo, ho returned and recommenced his march for Victoria. It lurns out thai the alarm originated thus : lien. Worlli Intercepted a letter from the Coventor of New Leon to a partisan Mexican (Joneial, whose mime our informant could nut recollect, telling him to advance and attack Sallillo on v certain day, nnd lhat he had so arranged it that the Mexican inhabitants would rise, join them and defeat the American forces. Add to this, a large cavalry force was reported on ihe advance from Sun Luis Potosi. Wilh reference to the letter, (Sen. Worth enclosed it to the author, telling him th...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

Our Fours: in the Fiklp.—The Washington Union of Saturday night publishes the report of the Adjutantgenerul of the United Slates Army. (Jen R. Jones, from which it appears thai ibe Regulars in ihe field, including nlliceis and men, number ISM. Troops at sea under orders to join tho aiinv, 10!»8. Recruils en route for ihe seat of war, 762. Aggregate of Regulars, 8473. Volunteers in the Held, 15,745 ; nt sea for California, 7tiG. Aggregate of Volunteers, 16,514—amounting in all loan army of 24,!>54 men. Of ibis number there are under tbe orders of Major lien. Taylor, 18,.132 ;of whom 7,406 are Regulars, and lu\«26 Volunteers. Under the orders fjr Brigadier Ceneral Wool, charged wilh the conduct of a scpaniln division, 2,660 ; of which 621 are Regu•ars, nnd 2,03!) Volunteersu rider Brigadier C'en. Kearney, also charged with the conduct of n separate division in New Mexico, 3.M92, of whom 466 are Regulars, and 3,546 are Volunteers. FnoM Vr.RA Cruz.—On the afternoon of the 13l...

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[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 21 January 1847

[For the Cambridge Chronicle.] Conukebs.—The proceeding?, of Congress during the present session thus fur, liave embraced mainly the military and financiul provisions necessary for currying on tbe Mexican war. The declaration in the president's communication towards ilie close of the lust session, lhat war existed by the act of Mexico, was artfully coupled, by members of the popular branch who wero must f.iiihfol in executing Ins high behests, wilh the grant of men und money, which he called for; und such was the panic created in the House of Representatives, (but, in spite of ihe conditions of many, and the assertion of some, that the declaration was not true, they did, iv fuel, by iheir votes, wilh few exceptions, make ibe declaration llieir own. Tbe Senate followed llieir lead. This gave tv the president an advantage of which he might have availed himself, ns v shrewd politician, lo a much greater extent than he has actually done. To be sure ho speaks in bis message, nl the openi...

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