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BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 2. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 2. Cotton—There is rather more demand within a few days; manufacturer* have taken 300 a 400 Indies, and 200 sold for &lt;-&gt;|.nii. l'riccs nre without variation. Corner. —Moderate sales St. Domingo ami Rio to ihe trade. Fl.nrn—Market lienvv, with sales fienesee common aWOMBS Hi $1 ftti; MlSll||Sß 4 ft**; Ohio via 1W w Orleans, 4 25; llowhul street 190, and Richmond 4 .2 |ier bid, 4 nm. tin a in—Market (ptiet,and prices tending downward. Sales Southern yellow flat at 67 a 68c; urn) while t__ pat lvi. Miil.Asst.s—The market If dull nt former prices, and the sates light. A cargo Surinam sold lor distilling nt ISc pel fiall, 6 ma Provisions —We hear of sales of Pork at lower rules. Simiar—Tlie trade aro purchasing to a moderate extent wl former prices. Saltpetre—Sale uf 1000 bags crude, on terms not public.—Daily Adv.
BRIGHTON MARKET. MONDAY, JUNE 1. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
BRIGHTON MARKET. MONDAY, JUNE 1. Al Maiket, 375 Reef C.iltle, 16 pairs Winking Oxen, 20 Cows nnd Calves, 70 Shcc|&gt;, and 1025 Swine. 50 Reef Cattle (im In.ling 18 which came in at the close of the maiket) unsold. Prices— lleef Cuttle —Prices advanced, anil we qnole to correspond—extra J*6 50, nn I a yoke or two prolmblv at something; more; first quality 6 25; second quality I 75 a 6; thud qitaliiv 4 75 n 5 50. ITlSSasgg Oitn— Sales nl 85, S7, and £!».); and a yoke by Mr. Fairbnnk of ]-.*dli_in,at $125. Sheep — Snles not in;ide public. Swine— Old H«fß, haiiow* sc, Shoals lo peddle, 6.-; very small nig* 7 and Sc. At retail from fl to 7c. ' • ' ' Daily Adv.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
MARRIAGES. In this city, 28lh ult., by Rev. Mr. Mutrey, Mr. William Henry Pearson to Miss Hannah J. Emeiy. In Ronton, 24th uk., by Rev. L J. Flcicher, Mr. William J. Pinkham, ol Boston, lo Miss Harriet Emma tiny, ol CnmlY.dfppm.; 2Hih, by Rev. E. 11. Cbnpin,Mr. Horatio A. Corliss to Miss Ann T.. daughter of Mr. Qm||W&lt; llaain; 28ih, by Rev. Mr. Neiile, Mr. Samuel It. Murray, of Hill, N. H., m Miss Esther II , daughter of Nathaniel Hill, Esq., of lloston.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
DEATHS. In Providence, R. I., 26th ult., Abigail Bacon, relict of the late Joshua Bacon, in the 82d year of her age,—for many years a worthy and consistent member of the Baptist denomination. In Elmore, Vt., 20th ult., Mr. Matthew Griswold, aged 75.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
1/■ Ti lira or &gt;lr _«•*. The cheapest plr.ee in the eilv lo imre'ia-e Itootn l'n\u r* ami fliirder* is at V\ 11.1.1 AM V. I» .NIKI.I.s', corner *«l Main nml Magav-ine sir. . t«. He mnnnlac ure-itl'cin. ami StqsJ *' wh01e*....-ami n Inil, very chem •. Atso.t-iei'n rurlnin Paper, t'arpel Paper. Crockery ami t&gt;)_■* Waie. Just drop in. JI COTTONS - t'OTTOXS. NOW I* Ihn limn. Yard-wide Hruwn Htmctirig*, very nloul, al sl\ pencil per vrml, al F. A. * ti. F. n.\MMATTH, J 4 Mi.li st„ a few ilonr* eaal of Norfhrk sl. Pf,FlirKXTliA&lt;vr VALKRIAN. ~ey*s Cordial, MiaireSi E**enceor 1.H., rnlmottary Hsl-im, Filter nf Opium. H-iinls* Harsapartlln, Hhcrmnn'* Lotcnies. Datlny 1 * Pain KUrsrlrr, McAllMnr's. Halve, and 8 general aasonnieiit or rm'l-I.AR MKHU'INRH,- For sale by HENRY THAYER, Apothecary, Hougls-V Block, Main slreei, Ward 2. J*_ nf MMKR VKNTI fc'GH* ... Jt.RT Received, anoiher lot ot thoxc New nml Heauilhil Hijlc Bummer Vcsiints, ai X A A. 11 I. II .MMATTR...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
City ordina v cc h. INu. 1 j CITY OF CAMIIHIIX.^ In the year one thousand eight hundred und forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, Ii rsci thing the manner of recording the Urdiuancca of ihe City. tie it ordained by the City Council of (he City of Cambridge f tts follows : — All Ordinances, which shall Im passed by the Mayor ami Aldermen and by the Common Council of said city, ahull be eugroased or recorded by the City Cleik in a fair und legible ham!, without interlineation or erasure,and in lite order in which they ahull t&gt;e passed, in a book to he kept fur that puipose, made ol strong linen paper, witb projß-r margins ami iridefc, lo Ite lettered, "Record of Ordinance* of the City ol Cnml&gt;ridg«;" which hook shall he preserved in the office of ihe City Cleik, subject to the inspection ul the citizen*. In Common Council, May 11. 1846. Passed to lie ordained. ISAAC LIVEHMORE, President. In lloa nt) or Aldermen, May 11, 1946. Passed to be ordained. JAMES D. GREEN, Mayor. A tr...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
Aldermen uud tluev members of llie Common Council; which committee shall meet once, at least, every month, and carefully examine aud audit all accounts and claims against the city, which tli_.ll lie laid before litem, certified as provided in the succeeding section, nud shall allow ami jiasi tlie same, if found to be correct aud justly due. 2. Nu account or claim against the city, other than judgmetiis of the Judicial Courts, shall be received or acted on, by the committee "a accounts, unless such account or claim shall be accoiDlKinied with a certificate of tin: Mayor, President of the Common Council, or of bouu. officer, committee, or agent, authorized on behalf of llie city to make the contract, or cause tlie expenditure to be made, that llie same is correct. 8. Tlie City Clerk shall receive all accounts and el-ims from persons having demands against lite City, which shall huve I _en certified as provided in the preceding section. He shall carefully examine all such accounts aud ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
WOOD I_ lIA 1.1Na_ 5 a.a « llar.nril H.ar, C__As__ _ (Opiiuaiie tlie Law Hdiool.) Will cinataiitlv -eel* _ ,o_ a_l .rucral an aaaortntent of WEST INDIA QQQ-QS AstJ GKOCKHIfr^., ns cm be found in tins cily or in Boa ton, -which tlie y oiler tv lite im-jhc on retuounUU: UrilM. —ALSO— Foreign Fruit of all kinds, pure I round H|»icea; Chocolate, Cofoe kin. Hhelu ; (.old Water, Butler, Kusnr aud _. -v Crackers; Cast Ik, llrov.ii and Toilet ►. "iys, tfiicrm Oil. Olive Oil; Scotch Oatmeal} Tup loot; Haco; Macearoid sml Vt-r.iis.__ Hi; Citron; Irisli Mossi lain* hi*..; Indigo; tint. wa_; Blacking; Ink; Hb__; Twine; Wlrkbis; Floor -Mats, t. lllpt-trc; Hn I l_hl a; Cream '1 'art .n l..»«ix, _kc At. j_j- Goods delivered iv any yart ol lue cit&gt; withouteitra charge. AiafßED Wuos. [j4] Oasis H_ll. WILLIAM lIOVJEV, Jr. Arc Ml ret ***—. Kml E«iai_ Aural, Flral _o.tr west of __unurUlge linnk, Cambrwigeport. Fit AN CM HOLMES,"™ " FOREIGN AJYD DOMESTIC HARDWARE. Main Sir. i-t. Cainlirliliep...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
Cant Be Beat m OBB.T r-FiLi. TAILORINB, OL'TFITTING, —AS.— Xl KMSHIMC- DEPARTMENT.! "OAK HALL,!" BOSTON. viaiTCD SV UrWABDS OF NO.OOO PEOPLE! THE young Lkm, taking a ahorl nap, shakes the dew drop* iron. I.is mane, and give, a ml oM &amp;u££d '♦»OABI'» Thisse who remember the events or 1&amp;.2, in Boston, the rinsing ol the aigu of ' "OAK HALL," will nnt easUyrcrtel the treinewloitt excitement prmlnecd in lln: ha-lioiiahleKejuly Made Clothing and Furnishing line. In ihe debut of llie sulia nber. It Oral developed itself ill gentle ripple* upon the sluggish sea of this branch of trade; niton Ihe ripples look tin: form of swelling waves, rolling each upon another, until us deep bosom was lashed into a tempest tearful 10 heboid, sweeping the high price and long credit -j._-11.-11s into the deep gulf below. Hut to descend Irani Hub lush state of metaphor, llmil April, |(M 2, when I.KORGE W. SIMMONS look tho held, it waa not supposed for a moment, that an Individual powe...
POETRY. WESTERN POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
POETRY. WESTERN POETRY. Hi, «ill. K ie i .t|.l.-i.SM»-».&gt; ai.ulou.*«lve, 0. the privilege PCronlcJ.u., nl am icl.mg ~or columns vv.ll. .he, Mngsii.-omlrfci.ru v. IVyni- addressed l,v one *hon nam* iamWnrnmoma to Wwtrn. U*ru'lure, v, - iimihir, on oeeawß ol .he ,!,.«,(, ( W;iii&lt;mly chihl-a hnet% huh. daughter.—EP. CISCIRNATI 11 KHALI".
TO THE BEREAVED. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
TO THE BEREAVED. BY MRS. ANNA PEYRE DINNIES. ■• Ale Hie. nrtt Id -lei in,! -I"""'. '3VJPJS2&amp;&amp;' '"' IttoM li lit. i-tit.ll re.eiie tile u.l.elltai.ee ,'l mlvnllou . 1 have beautiful dreams who* I sit •*&gt;■• Of tin" seraphs lliut wnii "'I •!" ""'&gt; Throne, Au.l basks in ll,c ,;,}» ll'i't •&lt;* ■*■« ur Till cuch with n halo of glory if crowned I I hoar them sounding their harps of (!„lil, .As their gossamer pinions of light Uotohl* Anil la-ill' then, aloft where lliey shine afar Like tliiitnonil Fimiko —c:icli n lirilliiint star ! Then their.tolcof. of molotly seem lo ruif.*. Each lender strain to it dincrem string I Though in hnrinony !*** IS" *"*••• l ' l '' l "'' Anil down lo Iheilluuno of Onto, descend ! Ami even now lo my spirit's ilicnni They hnve loui'heil their taff* lo a brighter Iheine, Ami n strain of J.'.v is looiUja given, Tie llie an",nV uclenuiediomc in llenvcil. *■ Sister ! limn .lie realms Ix-low, Welcome to our glor...
MISCELLANY. From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. CATHARINE ACTION, Or,-The Retreat from Lexington. COUNTRY BETWEEN CORPUS CHRISTI AND THE RIO GRANDE. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
MISCELLANY. From the Philadelphia Saturday Courier. CATHARINE ACTION, Or,-The Retreat from Lexington. COUNTRY BETWEEN CORPUS CHRISTI AND THE RIO GRANDE. * It was nbout nino o'clock on the morning of April, 177.., when ■ young man, mounted on a henutifully-linibcd die. titut horse, galloped al full speed up to iho door of ■ small farm house, situated upon the turnpike roatl to Roston. lie threw himself from his saddle, and clasped llif! hand of n youii" girl, who, wilh a pale check, aud anxious looks, came forlh to meet him. 11 What news of the enemy, George?" she asked eagerly : ** nnd are you hurt ?" 11 I nm safe, Catharine, but White Star, you see, is slightly wounded in the shoulder by ■ bullet that grazed it." " Thank God for your preservation," cried tbe maiden, with n fervor lhal betrayed ber deep interest in the safety of the young man. He was then three-and-twenly, wilh n manly figure, und a fine, frank expression. He was plainly dressed in the ordinary frock of the ycom..nr...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 4 June 1846
DR. R. KERN, VETERINARY SURGEON, FROM ALBANY, Who left France about nine years since, where he practiced FARRIERY for six years has loiuird liinlsill prr-iiißUtntl, | n CAMBRIDGEPORT, where he can be found at his -stable, opposite the Univirsalist Church, and offers fill services to tUo public generally in that line. He pledges himself to cure the following diseases i Founder positively fiirtil iv one hour-, I nil tint mat lon of Feet or Acme l-'ounder; liilhiiiiniHtiim of Ihe Kidneys; Hpavia nml Ringbone; Hplini; t.nlnrrlud Fever; l-alsnli „ r Common Coldt Epidemic, catarrh; Cough*; Spasmodic Chojic; riuiiilt.it i'holic; liilhunmntioii ol Howcls; Worms; Hernhior Rupture; Jaumilce; lllubetea; lufhimmatinii kih| ftyMatUOtlic miacks of Ih. Illiuliler; Blilpprt naluil ol Urine: Strains, tfpntin*; Winds-alls i Thorough Pin; Blood wid Bag Hprrvhi; Cupped lloiikn ami ElbtiWai MsUia-Oir, Pumiced Feet improved; False (tuurien.; Utllllcra; (.'anker in Feet; Thrtinh; Corn*; Contraction of F.r...
Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. PART FIRST—CHAPTER I. The Feast of Ears. CHAPTER II. The Majo's Secret. CHAPTER III. The Village Riot. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846
Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. PART FIRST—CHAPTER I. The Feast of Ears. CHAPTER II. The Majo's Secret. CHAPTER III. The Village Riot. BY PITRE-CHEVALIER. Panola is a little village in Old Castile, Biluuted in the narrow purt of that province, which contrasts by its fertility with the hitrremiess of thu rest, An oasis in nn arid desert, nn Andalusiun landscape hidden in the plains of the Starrs, Puholu. is v delicious garden, und perhaps the only one in the world, where nature appears to have labored under the inspiration of I gre.it hotanist and v great painter, lo reunite on one spot of the globe, all the riches und beauties of creation. You have just traversed fifty leagues without meeting a tree; without perceiving the smallest stream of water rolling over ihe flints; all at once you arrive in the midst of woods, of crops and flowers of all kinds, ranged upon the steps of mossy rocks, as in a p'u-turesque and colossul green-house. Here cork tr...
BOUNDARY OF TEXAS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846
BOUNDARY OF TEXAS. The MltMving extract from the speech of Mr, Garret Davis, in the House of Representatives, on i lhe army appropriation, presents the best seminary of facts respt-cimg the boundary ef Texas that wo have seen. Vpnn the jMiint of what territory was rightfully a pari uf Texas, 1 have examined as many authorities as were accessible to me, in me shorl time since this lull has been under debate ; and without excepiion, they establish the position thnt Texas did not extend to the Rio Grande, and not one of them represents the western boundary of Texas to be further west than the river Nieces. Humboldt traveled into New Spuin m 1794 and 180], and collected fiom his own observations, and the examination of the records und aullieiiues the materials for his map of the country. Iv bis French atlas, constituted of information thus obtained, the edition published in 1807, Ihe Nueces is described to he the. western boundary of Texas. The map in the edition uf Piukerton's geograph...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 11 June 1846
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, At the corner of Main and Magazine Streets, over he store of Joseph A. Holmes &amp; Co. Cambridgeport. TERMS OF THE CHRONICLE TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. Subscriptions received for six months. Single copies, four cents. May be obtained at the University Bookstore, Cambridge; Mr. Work's, Cambridgeport: Mr. Gales, (under the Methodist Church) East Cambridge; Jordan &amp; Wiley's, Boston; and at the office, corner of Main and Magazine streets, CAMBRIDGEPORT. TERMS OF ADVERTISING IN THE CHRONICLE Advertisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, First Insertion 0 50 Each subsequent insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 Business Cards, 1 year, 6 00 " " 6 months, 3 50 " " 3 months, 2 00 Advertisements exceeding 12 lines charged in proportion. A liberal discount to those who advertise by the year. All Mercantile or Medical advertisements inserted according to contract. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, NE...