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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 15 October 1846

HOLMIW'I Nfltare's ihm& Ketfarative, muiSVcveiabla M**Mm sltltds innvalM tot th. ,„. M. lowini CooipUlnts, tlb. t ,C| - DYSPEPSIA OR INDIOEOTION, Did* A BED L IVF_ JAUNDICE, BILLIOIfrt CHOLIC, COt-TiiVENEtW LOSt* OF APPETITE. ABTIIfiA, I ULL KM," U|B- ' ORDKR-}, VVOHMd.NERVOI'H COMPLAINT* PAIN IN THEdIDtt.BLEEDINCATTIIt* ' SI'OMACII,COLDHANI>COI!GHHOF LONnrJTANDINO, HOARSKNEtsa, SHORTNESS OP UREATH, SUA -ICKNKdd, 4c„ Ac. J. B. HOI MAN, Proprietor, No. TO ( •rMblll, Bomom. A. REID, Agent lor Cam'rUigr, t'oli.utb.u (otfiHMllr _u|Tollij H|f« r | s This Medicine Is of a warming, cheering and fltvlgortutuit nature, aud la never kuowu to weaken the patient' whereas il is well known uinuy other Catharllca have directly an uu poniii: tendency. It has a most powerliil influence.,exruj. Ed by nn other medicine, in removing NERVOUS COM. PLAINTr*. It is phwisant lo lake, nnd In Ms operaUm, tn much au, thai il may be administered to the tender tnuuit with safety. i It Is n...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1846. NUMBER 25. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING, OCT. 22, 1846.

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SELECTED. THE LAST APPEAL. A TRAGIC TALE OF OLD ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

SELECTED. THE LAST APPEAL. A TRAGIC TALE OF OLD ENGLAND. Marston Hall wan, at the time of our story, surrounded by one of those vast landed estates that make the pride of old England. The hall itself was an ancient and capacious building in the Elizabethan style, and deeply marked with the wealth of olden times. The elevated grounds which it stood on, overlooked a luxurious valley, with a village of considerable size sleeping in its green depths, nnd commanded a distant acclivity dotted over wilh farm houses, till, so far us the eyu could reach, combined in one immense property, which, great nnd beautiful us it was. had been so fur neglected by the owner, a nobleman of ancient family, ihut he hud not visited it for years. The pirk surrounding ibis noble old building swept downward over a broad hillside almost to the village. Shadowed by a mujestic clump of j trees that might huve sheltered the Druids, stood i the park keeper's lodge, more capacious than such buildings usually are, n...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

" Yoa lie," said n feiii M * Hie whirf i « '-.in with whom ha had bean tStpEalsS sti i i.n.iiiuiiotial matters. "Lin!" agclalnasd tho othei, with a fearfully disturbed countraanoe, •• why, I belong lo the Saeontl Itsptlst t'hiireh."

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

H l BMSIIKD KVKRf TIO'KSPA V BY ANDREW REID, A l 1,1. office, comer of Main and Ma«n»lne Streets. DMT il,e store of Joseph A. Holmes * <.'"■. BaaaSSatjSSaW. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE, TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. (Subscriptions received for six inunlln. Ny Single cnpiei, four cents. May lie obtained nl ilia Univcraily Book.lore, Cambridge ; Mr. Work'a, and at ill" office, corner of Mum and Muguxine allien, CAMBKIDUEPORT. *0. Mr. (ir.oßar. Rupe U our authorized for East Cambridge, nnd will ace to tlie delivery of ilia |i»pera in that Wnrd ; and will alao transact nil Iniaincaa relative to tlie Chronicle. Any |ieraoii in th;it ieelroo of the city wishing to aiihacribe or adverliae. will please call on him. * TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE. Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First luaerlion, 0 50 Kach subsequent inaertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Ruaineas Card*, I year, 6 00 •• •• 0 months, 860 " '< 3 months, 200 Advertisemen...

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APPLYING THE PRINCIPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

APPLYING THE PRINCIPLE. BY THE YOUNG 'UN. A brace of legs thrust considerably too far | through a pair of mottled punt*, **d uUucl.cd to a : couple of the largest sized feel, which were encased \ in twin cowhide broga..*, formed the imderpmmg I ton long, slabsided bod), of otherwise generous | proportions-the whole boing surmounted by aj head, which was covered wilh a grey " five yenr old" (ut least) seal skin cap. This sum Inlul— IsgH, pants, feet, shoe-*, body, und chapeuu— wns the property, by possci*>iou, of Mr. Zenas Hum- J spuw. Zenas had been on " a bat" during the night previous, nnd had squandered full hull' it dollar on himself, in white-eye and sweetening. Hut bis returning senses made biin feel philosophical—and, on the morning we speak of him, be stood, at an early hour, in sire-el, gazing mechanically at the Telegraphic wires—aolilcH-uizing thus wise :— « 'ic!—Thai's the telerguff—W -'*«— well, 1 Hou't pooreeivo nuthin' per—*ic—culier 'bout them stiings—on'y...

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WHIG NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

WHIG NOMINATIONS. For Governor, GEORGE N. ItRIGGS, of Pittsfield. For Lieut.-Governor, JOHN REED, of Yarmouth. f For Representative lo Congress. District No. 4—JOHN G. PALFREY ofCambridge. For Senators—Middlesex County. r*rvii*J Shepard, of Ashland. Jotr.ru T. Buckihoham, ofCambridge. John A. Knowles, of Lowell. _ j Thomas E*4KKSom, of South Reading. Hohart Spencer, of Ashhy. David Heard, of Wuyland,

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

The ('hhoniclk.—lt is now nearly six mouths since we cinninenced the publication of tbeJCbroniclc, and we can say that we hava succeeded beyond our expectations. Our Biihsci iplion list—tboiigb we cannot btistil of tliousandt<—hat* b*M steadily increasing. Our advertising |»nronuge will speak for itself—good. As we snid al the outset, it was difficult to hy out any definite plan fur our future guidance, and deemed it prudent to v iihhold ull promises about what would be al templed, so we say still, —und accordingly have allowed tbe Chronicle to spcuk for itself. So far as we have Iteunl, our course has l*een commended, with a few exceptions-, but we could not do otherwit-e than t-pe.ik out our sentiments, on certain occasions. These remarks are made in answer lo tbe inquiry by many of our friends, of— 44 How does ihe [Kiper prosper 1" Oc nsioually we hear, 100, of individuals who would lake Ihe paper, iiul have nol bud the opportunity to subecribe, MM having been culled u...

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SUB-TREASURY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

SUB-TREASURY. The only use of the Sub-Treasury or Independent Treasury, as it is called by the administration— a treasury without a treasure—uppears to be tho rich emolument which it offords to the partisans of the President, in the sinecure offices created for its custody, aud the merriment und good-natured raillery mingled wilh biting truth to which it gives birth among the Whigs. As a specimen of this double operation, we quote the following from tbe JV. Y. American Sun :— We were in tbe Custom Hoase yeslerday when the door of the Sub-Treasury was unlocked, Had behold there was not v dollar of specie iv the whole place.— four, of Com., Oct. 14. All gone to Mexico ! And mulling to do in the Suh-Treasury office ! The pay goes on, however. Work or no work, Mr. Bond, gets \vnfive thousand a year; and thousands more aio paid to clerks, cartmcn, porters und laborers, with the " old vile horse vol shpeuks te low Dotch like a pook "-— from Schoharie mountains. Tliey, as well us his sons ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

New Si.Ayr. Trnnironv.—The reflecting people of the South are no doubt beginning to be nlnrmed at tbe blind and reckless movements of the ndniinislrntion, for the acq obit ton ol new territory, which, if acrjinred, will inevitably produce a conflict between the slave Stale* and the free States, dangerous to the Union. The administration limy well lake warning hy predictions like the following from ihe Richmond Republican .— The danger lo the I'nion is incren*ed by the temper Htrendy manifested in regard lo ihe iniriKliirtion nf new slave territory. I'pon this point, a conflict will arise between opposite sections of oar country, which we fear may peril the stability of the government. The developments al the close of the Inst session nf Congress, give ns soma foretaste of whnt we may expect when the question of restricting slavery in new Slates, nrises, as il inevitably ' must, before the next assemblage of ihe Itepresentalives of the people. A correspondent of n Charleston pnpor ex...

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ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

ITEMS-BY THE SCISSOR EDITOR. John A. Knowles, Ym\. of Lowell, has been selecied by tbe Whig County Committee, to bo a candidate for Senator, in place of l>r. Huntington. Tbe Southern papers mention a severe gale on • the 11 ill and 12th inst. At Charleston it commenced on Sulurday night, and did not cease until 12 o'clock Tuesday morning. The Charleston , New* pronounce* il the most violent storm fur 20 i years. The shipping in ihe harbor suffered consid- ' crahly. The gale of tho 19lh ult. is reported by the fisherman who have arrived at Gloucsster, as having been tbe most severe ihey have ever experienced on the (.rami Hank. Most of them havo suffered, more or less damage, and several have been fallen * in with wrecked, and it is supposed the crews have ' perished. ( I A lad mesmerized a young girl in Montreal, a | short time since. She remained in tbe cataleptic i lit for live days, and was wilh great difficulty recov- ' 1 ered. i A great revival of religion has been i...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

From Mexico.—Later accounts from the city of Mexico have been received ul Mutaimiros. The New Orleans Picayune says—" We are able lo announce, most positively, that letters worn received in this city by tho D«y i by a gentleman deeply interested in Mexican affairs, nnd from a very responsible foreign source in Matamoros, which say that Gen. Ahiiote has been appointed President of Mexico ad interim, and Gen. Santa Anna generalissimo of the armies of Meiico ; and further, that Santa Anna was then engaged iv raising and organizing troop's, intending to luke the field in person in the North." From Yucatan.—Accounts from Yucatan lo September li*, have been received at New Oi leans. The I'nited Slates brig Porpoise, Coinuuiuder Hunt, arrived al Lugoim on ihe 15th, and having taken in supplies ol bullocks, turtles, fruits, &,<*., for the squadron, sailed again on the 18th. Being nf light dniugbt, she was enabled to sail over Ihe bar into the harbor, anil made prize o...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. 15 Days Later From Europe. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. 15 Days Later From Europe. Tin British Mail Steamer Caledonia, (■„„, Loll, arrived at Boston st shout 12 o'clock on Tuesday night last. Saving Irft l.iverpood on i| la 4th inst.—bringing 182 passengers. The Great Britain sleainsliip is lost,-_i„. all her passengers sod crew were saved. Bliu ritl aground on the eouat of Ireland, in Ihe bay of D un _ drum, between Belfuat and Drogheda, on the ni*|>> uflhu 22d ull., st the hsight of tbe tide, and w„ soon too murh imbedded by the soft sand to (~ lifted by subsequent tides. The passengers, l u ,_ gage, null most of ilia cargo were saved. The eipress in advance of the Overland mail reached London on the Sd inst., bringing Bombay dates 10 Aug. 27th. Tha news from India shows lhat preparations are making on both aides for fresa collisions, but ao new events had taken place. | t was rumored thai Sir Charles Nspier was about to retire on account of ill health. The preceding mail arrived on the 2...

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ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

ELECTIONS. Georgia.—Decisive returns have been received from all the Congressional districts, and ihe re* suit is ihe election of four Whigs and four Demoera la, vis:—Messrs. King, Jones, Stephens and Toombs— Jl'higs ; and .Messrs. Iverson, Huriiliun, Lumpkin and Cobb— Democratic. Tin; Whigs hue gained one member. Pennsylvania.—Tbe returns fiom the interior of this Stale show only ihe entire p rout ration of the anti-tariff Democracy. The Whig* have prevailed beyond their most sanguine cxpeetaliur.s. Tbe Pennsylvania!!, the organ of ihe Diuiocrnry iv Philadelphia, says, " there i» no merit in denying a defeat so overwhelming, however it may have been produced." The I'hiladi Iphi» Lnquircr sum* up (be result thus : First—James Power, the Whig candid*..* for I Citual Commissioner, has been elecl-vd by a majority nf thousands. Second—The Whigs and friends of tha Tar iff of | '-12, have elected a large mnjor'ty of the members of Congress throughout the common wealth. I Third—They have s...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

Dr atm nr Mm. Fox, i.atk British Mini* ii.H a i Washington.—Mr. Fox died in thnt city on Tuesday, 13th inst. Ho had been indisposed lor some lime, and had lived quite in seclusion liflCl the arrival of Mr. Bakeiiham, his sj*js> sin iv olli< e. His death is supposed to have beru h.sleiied by an excessive dose of morphine. The new sleiimbont, Isnnc Newtnn, just come out nt New York, is spoken nf as tha largest steamboat in ihn world. She is .140 feel long, 40 feet wide. Her engine is 1374 horsepower, and hs« a 12 foot stroke. The shaft* and, cranka each weigh 32,000 pounds. Twelve ion* of white lead, nnd twenty ton*, nf paint were used in painting h«r. 2344 yards carpeting were used, wilh 600 mattresses, MO pillows, nnd oilier bed fixings lo match. Nineteen slaves arrived al Cincinnati onHurtdny, llih inst. from North Cnrolinn. They were libernled by n family named Winslow, and were on their way to Indinnn, for the porpoao of locating there. Chief Jnslira Wki.i&a...

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Municipal.---City of Cambridge. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

Municipal.---City of Cambridge. ruDAT. Oct. 16.—1n meeting of the Mayor and Aldermen— AIM- M'Caoch. Thos. Cban.y. E. P. To****. N B . Cats and J. Maoroe, jr., were drawn to serve 0 „ , Sheriff's Jury, to estimste the damages sust.ined byJss. Gould, the Fitchbufg Ruilroad Coinany, snd the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, [y tlie construction of the Boston snd Maine RailReroonstrance of Samuel Sanders and 3 others, sgsinsl the petition of Ward F.. Wrighl snd others, for Ihe Isying out of Market street forty feet wide. Keferred. Petition ofNewell Bent and Joseph Porter, relative lo certain alleged trespsssee on streets in the city. Referred to special commilteeOrdsreaf, That Alde.meo Bolchelder, Battrick ,nd Wood, be a committee to consider the expediency of making any alteration in the fees for weighing stone, ice, or sny olher articles, at the Cily Scales. Ordered, That Aldermen Batchelder, Wood and Daltrick, be a committee to revise the voting litis ia tho setersl Wards. Urish J. Dail...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

Thk Pistr > ** oftiikMorm ans.—A writer in ilii! St. I.nim Reveille, who l»n* spent a week in tlie rity of Ni.uvoo, gives lif following account of ihe appearance of ihing* after tha main body had left, ant) the A nttes hud taken possession I — I pissed nothing but tenanllese noose* ; Nine if ihem closed nnd burred, nnd other* wilh doors w'nls open, ns if left in haute. All along the city, waj nulei, wherever I went, might be seen on the iloorg, or on ihe walls, rome nolire lhat (he tenemeni was for anle or for rent. Everything indirnte* ih.it Mor man ism is forever extinct in Illinois. As a people they nre completely subdued. Not one, in niy opinion, will ever try lo regain a foothold in (Uncock. They are selling their little property at very Intv rates, indeed almost giving it away. Horses, fll *'i, (men, and wagons, are in great demand.— Many de-inn to join the expedition, which haa gone in advance, to Ihe wilderness of tho Par •V*g*g) while in.my other* h»ve atrendy le...

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DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor—lSAAC DAVIS, of Worcester. For Lieui.-Uov.—QSSSSI Hoou, of Lynn. for Hc|>rw«lllallve to Congress. Di.l. No. ■»— FatuEE.liE Kosiasoi.,Charleslowo. For Heoalor. Mldille.es OOSaatf, Leonard T1r0n.,"".". "< Wolarrn: Wellington, ofA.hliy; AlplKU. R. Brown, <><}->»f- "/J 6 """ Mu.xey, of Lexington; Ue..rge W . Dike, ol tilune. haui; Alden Ulaial, of Holll.lon.

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POLICE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 22 October 1846

POLICE REPORT. Deputy Marshal Jones complained of Eliza McCabt for telling ruin, without license. Fined 820 and costs. Also, of Thomas Me Gmrha for being drunk and disorderly. Fined 81 snd coals. Tbe Cily Marshal complained of W. Fuller, Etq. ofCambridge, for immoderate driving in the public streets. Fined t*s ond costs. Samuel Wright, of Boston, wss prosecuted for Ihe same offence, and fined $i and costs.

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