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BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 23. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
BOSTON MARKET, JUNE 23. CoTTOH—The sale* coulioue light—a amall parrel for eaport, uud small lot* to inunufactuiera—at heavy pi ices. COPFEK—The market reu.aini uuiet, with inxonlUambtß aalea. VlAtVH —tsenfM'e ia a ahatlt; belter in consequence of unfavorable m inda for m rivals, and thu stock Ijeing rather Sales at 4 31 a 4 37—the latter price c,. ne.aUy paid to-duy. Sates of 3 a 400 bbla fig 111 ■■ town, extra brand, al ulnhiL 4 37,4 vi»; 600 bbl* Alexandiia, canal, 4 19, MM, l.iiAiN—Maikel heavy, wilh moderate sales.— Soixhern yellow flat com (0 ft 800, and while 55 a 50e. Oats are very difficult of aale — good Soiillterii have sold aa low a* 35c. Moi.assk.1 —Several arrival* l , with limited sales ut former pr ii'ea. I'ltoviAtoNS—l*ork is selling mtttlerately—ptiiue 9 50, mens 10 50 a 10 75, and deal 11 50 a §12; mtss Beet 8 50 per bbl, 4 moa. Svgar —The market is very heavy, and the transactions light.—Daily Adv.
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY, June 22. At Market, 475 Beef Cattle, 10 pairs Working Oxen, 15 Gbwi and Calvea, 1100 Sheep, uud 240 Swine. 14 BeefCaltle nn»old. I'bic»:»— Beef Cattle —Price* have further declined, and we reduce our iputtationa. We tjuote extra Jft'6 a li 12; tiral tpialily 5 75; second tpjality 5 50; third fpialily 4 75 a 5 25. Wotkinfr Oxen —No aale* ntjlieed. Cote* and Cuheet— Salea ut 22, and #30. ffkmtp jilg| at ftl 62, 1 83, ftj 2 25, 250 and $2 75. Swine —No tots to |&gt;eddle iold ; thohii tit market were reported laat week. At retail from 5 1-2 to 7c. Daily Adv.
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET, June 22. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
NEW YORK CATTLE MARKET, June 22. ion l vnuv v nt i i.i , .tijiiini, i , ji;i&gt;r. a«. ' Atimukei 1143 Beef Cattle, including 265 bead dt iv'en lo Illusion, (|&gt;i im■ijuilly fi'om tlie Boulli :nid Weal,) 0500 Sheep nml Lauibi. Trirca—Beef Cattle— .Market .imply tuipplitd, and holder* have submitted lo a alill lurtlicr reduction on the prices of all j &lt;|u.ilitict*. We ijuoic retailing aorta at 560 a $7, j very lew tranaactiona, liovvevtr, at taller figure. 1-0 ■ left over. Sheep mid I.a nil &gt;s—ln g&lt;M&gt;d ieepjeat at alaml the aame rate* aa laat week. All aold at 87 1-2 to 2 50 a £3 fur Sheep, aud $1 to 2 75 for Lambs.
MARRIAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
MARRIAGES. In this city, 17th, by Rev. Mr. Newell, Mr. George G. Rice to Miss Harriette C. Hunnewell. In this city, 14th, Mr. Nathaniel Guptil, of Acton, to Miss Emma Keith, of this city. In this city, by Rev. I. J. Fletcher, Mr. James Baker, of Boston, to Miss Ester Dunham. In West Cambridge, by Rev. J. C. Waldo, Mr. Cyrus D. Harrington to Miss Rebecca Frost. In Malden, Mr. Eliphalet Sargent to Miss Frederica Edmonton. In Somerville, 18th, by Rev. J. T. Sargent, Mr. George French to Miss Mary E. Dresser. In Fitchburg, 2d inst., Mr. Horace N. Weld, of this city, to Miss Sarah A. Pratt, of F. In Concord, 17th, Mr. William G. Barrett to Miss Sophia B. Dodge.
DEATHS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
DEATHS. In this city, 22d, Helen, second daughter of Mr. Ebenezer Francis, 19 years 5 months. In this city, 18th, John, infant child of Mr. John Palmer of East Cambridge. In this city, 16th Mrs. Mary Duncan, wife of Mr. J. M. Colcord, and eldest daughter of Mr. Jacob Nichols, formerly of Hingham, aged 19 In this city, 16th, Mrs. Elizabeth W., widow of Mr. Isaac Delano, formerly of Charlestown, 86. In Boston, 21st, Hon. Daniel Messinger, 78. In Waltham, 10th, Mr. Jacob Piper, 60. In Bridgewater, 8th, Rev. Shubert Lovel, 76. In Portlandm 15th, Mrs. Susannah Whitney, 70, formerly of Bradford, Mass. In Manchester, N. H., 5th, Sarah Jane, daughter of James Mckindley, 20. Joseph Aiken, 46. In Washington, D. C., 12th, Captain John Rogers, principal chief of the Western Cherokees, about 70. 13th, Major Nahum Stone, clerk in the Auditor's office of the Post Office Department. 38. In Hartford, Susquehanna Co., Pa., 26th ult., Rufus Kingsley, 84, a revolutionary veteran. He was a drummer at th...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
HOOK ANI&gt; JOIi IMtINTINf;, OK KVIHV DKSCHII'TION, NEATLY AM) COKKKCTI.Y EXECUTED, ON THE MOST KCIMIN Alll-E IHIM.i, AT 'FIIIS OFFICE. * iinibridice iiutl (Inirlrn Iliver Rniika. S3- III.A.NX CUBCXI ni Ihe above Hanks, for sale hy tbe tjuire or mngle fheei. al ibe ollice of lite Chronicle. Check Hooks liotind lo order. MOW NTOUK. /aa&gt; JOHEI'H C. HMITII wool.l Inform hisfricixl* and LAW tin- piddle Ettierrtll), ili.it lie tin-* UiVen n More in •tejf" rninl.nilneL.ori, in f\*%\\ block, Man Mr.-. I, (nenr llie Hickory Pole.) where he would l»e ilad lo watt niton Iheui, tt&gt; ttieir Ksn-t nnun He bat just received a fresh lot of MFN'S AMI ItdV's HATS ANI&gt; CAPR, tnu.le ie inliT,- ftinone wlitcb msv tie found the follow mc . Mn.'s Mob-kin Hal-, Men's Wbtle Drab lints, tin Atm-la do do blue do dr. tto Wool do do Japan do Men's, nn.l llo}'»Fiirll&gt;U. Slcn't., lto&gt;'a and Children's Le|horn Hutu. do do do Pslm l.t-fil■ do. do do do...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
XXXI' PERFECTLY COOLI POKE LINEN COAT* Up lo 1 7.i H-t'iaurkt-r d&lt;* \M lo 2.00 Ktid rtjuich Coals, flalui figure,,. 1 :*j to 1 "v liiiiluliuii S. ~t t Ii .| () , l 0 LOU tv 1.25 l.oolTliinC'oaiN, moo] garment *JJ to (ml LuhlH.uoiiufV.aia, Knglndi Uuilliiit. I.** Ui 't U» light Hiitiim. r V. ,ta, Valencia, \M to Do (stiNidUxlll Vol, Hi lo I.IW lliia Pain., oi Fura Lii.eti..., 1 W to 2.J0 do do ot all nsuariaja, Aiapn-d tv die pn-tten i hot weather "J to I 50 AH the shove Garments thoroughly made in FAHIIION. ABI.E HTVLE al OAK lIA kl,, and must he-old. being determined to close up all of Iheir Thin Clothing iimnediaiely. fieiilli'tiieii in y/ ml of a good Thin t.armenl, for a little money, the ahovf oit.n, a great inducement. OAK HAIX nViIsVIKOH, 3a f 31, 30 At 3H Ann Slrrrf, Itoslon. &gt;" JJ 211 l MlsddlrsM's, pa*, ai a luuling of TtTu County Cuiiiini»W5 '&lt;" ,sml I omit)-, ai Concord, on the Inl TueaUay : ol June, A. 1). t§|| ** , AAS iho I'eiiiir.i, ,...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
NOTICE ! Strangers Visiting the City! , AND ALL OTIIKUS IN WANT Of HOOD Ready Made Clothing! AHK UECIUESIKI) TO CALL AT THE QUINCY HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MAKKKT! The Largest Clothing Establishment in the City t one i'hkk: Him it :i y AiniKKKij hi, whir.lieliat&lt;t&lt; a ihe farmer, mechanic ' t.r liaiJtaiiir.il Ul yurcluiat hia goods m llie LOW fcHT PHtCK j lhal tney cftii be obtained foi l.r Hit-moat etpeiieuceri anil shrewd buirer-for noun that PAY Kilt THEIR GOODH ! will be allowed to UNjjEftftElX L' 3. Here )Oti will Aim] Ihe lowest price ui;abaM'kh&gt; -rln- LARGEST BTOCK to I stclect from—experienced and riiiihlel cutlers and workmen -ittleiitivt- saleairtcii an.l dciii-—and every article, ol' clothIni. (Irom rnarse m un tJiuiii and superfine,) ncttbMtry lur a gciilleiuau's wardrobe. CUSTOM WORK! Made m in llie best manner, ns regards style, 111 or workluaushsf -nw«ntced to suit- mid in iirices itf percent, less llian most oi custom e«tat&...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
&lt;*-il UlMlJi'll t»t*ss4 Bwtonttiu-. DYBPEr.«I\ OH INDIfSEHTION, DiaEAWEl&gt;*^ JAUNDICE, iiii.iiourf OHOLIC, rojvriVK.M-&gt; LO-M OP APPKTITE, ASTHMA, Htl.UOt I DM ORDERri. WOKMri.NERVOIHCOMPLAI.V.B, i'AIN IN THEMiiE.UEEEDI.N'I.ATTiiE BTONICH,(;&lt;)(,!&gt;h A.Nl&gt; COUGHH OF I.ONfJSTAMiINIMIOAHHKNErSd, "HORTNEtfri OP lIREATH, HU lilCKNEriri, ic., Ac. J. B. HOI.MAN, rillUlaHi, No. 70 &lt; oriiliill, lJoa.uu. A. REID, Agent fur Cam.ridge, Celusubiu (ap|K»«itc Suffolk, Xi.-a.it. Tbi. Medicine .sofa warming, cheer.t.g ~,,,;,„, ~ tH *i,., nature, and isnaver known io wrnVi. ll.e (.nu. Nt- wher.-* it etW ell known m-uiy oilier Cathartic ha. edil.. i'\ an So posite ieii.lt rev. It hits a lintel powerful inllin nt e exrred 0 ..'mSJ!'"T r - » I v ,m,,,( 't "' 'tinoviiu nervous i;omll.xl.Mri. Inside .ftint hi take, ami tn it* operation so nin&lt; It so, that 11 may ho adininiAicred lo the tender In tail t with aidfty. It U m...
POETRY. CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
POETRY. CHARITY. In the boo. i.f kama I ...now— In ill,: l.om ..I ii.pe.l ««cWi.it not Im &lt;■'"■ ssSßlsi morrow, i'u lbs sad "'"I sorrowing Co ; Mike ii iliy »iiutre«i pkasnrc, Tv ndiuiui.t.r relief, lVeely opening the treasure To assuage a brothel V g. ief. Go ami seek ihe orphan sighing, Se«k llie wiilo*. in lur tears ; As on mercy's pinions flying, Oo iUs|m l their dstassi Itsra ; Seek iho msugSli .n.l Barl weary, I'nss aat on ihe oilier side, Though iho lush he sail aaa dreary, lleciling mil Ihc Bcorn of pride. Go, wilh manners nnnssniniiig. In a meek anil quiet wny. O'er tho father ne'er promming. Though thy Inother sadly stray ; ■fts a Saviour's kind U.Bipß.frSfl, 'Tin l.is rigattvaauass alone, All tunnel iteil salvation, Tliat iiromi 1 lliy pal.'i huh -I"..!"*When thy Mot is wnrmly glowing With iho sacred love of prayer, Be thy works of kindness (lowing Nol aa with a miser's rare ; Duly o'er shonl I l»! lliy wntchivoril, Pity drop ihe Batata lenr : Always li.war.l l...
MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
MISCELLANY. Tiik Bo 1.1 MM Yi.nmue.—Mr, Abraham Sable was in town a short time since for the purpose ol selling a few vaults iv Christ Church churchyard, Tarrytown. There is " snug lying " ihcre, 1 will warrant—uliim*l as snug as in "tlie Abbey, uml our ii.oliinclioly-miir.led friend did well to bring them to NW-Ynrk maiket, where pnrehu-ers uiiist he found, if uny where. Think but of those who want graves, nnd you will know whether there should he bidders for his commodity. First, there nre nil the weary, yvhose hope in life Ins perished; tho nailer, that sought love, and found tears, anguish, dark, dreary nights, mid long, melancholy, purposeless days: the friend, whose close companion of many dear, dear hours, has fallen from him with n cold look, nn unforgiving eye, and a hand close shut to his expectant pftftp, like stone; the merchant, yvhose last ship Las* gone down, far off, with all her freightage, in llie cruel fndian Ocean; and the poor, lone mother, whose only son sunk i...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
City Ordinances. [No. 1 ] f ITY OK CAMUHIUGR. In tltf ran, one Ihoaaand .- him.1ml mill fwly-M*-AN ORDINANCE l*i *»a ibinj llic iimniifi' "f rccnriling lite OrUin.iiii'c. "f tlie City. Be it mJamiJ by Iht Cily Cuii'ici/i/Mc City of Ctm ■ brvtgr »s IWAnm: —All &lt; lnlinniicc., which «h;tll Ik ■MMd i.v An lUfOr «"'! *M"— I »»'l ''V lite ConiI,,..,, l-uu'nil city. "liiOl l&gt;c cngroMoi) ur iccm.1,,l 1,. ,|„. (itv Cleik in n f»lr nnd Wgililo li:ui&lt;t, «iih001 iiili'iliilfiuiiiii Off i'r.lsuie,:uul in tlie iniici ill vs hull lliiv hluill l« pUWdl ''* • ft °° nil l ' nt iiiii'i&gt;"m', nauh »l aimo, linan |&gt;ut&gt;er,v.iili nropar um!;i„» mi.I IihIiX, I" he Iril.-rnl, "Record ol' Ordinance! &lt;.I ihe Cilv ol Ciuulii ids';" which book .hall be pre ►.rv.-.l iu'the ollire ol llio Cily Cknk, •ul.jci I 10 the hiaptnttafl ol the eltiscnf. 1k &lt;'iimmi»n Covvcil. May 11,1946. Pitted to li*" onbincil. ISAAC 1.IVE11MORE, PrwMm...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
Cily Ordinances. accounts, consisting of two incmhera of ihe Hoard ol Aldermen and three member a of the Common Council; «lnch comtniltee shall meet once, at least, every month, and caiefully examine und andit all account* and claims against the city, which almll t« laid before them, certified as provided in th« aucceeding aeclion, and shall allow and pass the same, if found lo lie correct ami justly due. '2. No account or claim against the city, other than judgment* of the Judicinl Courts, ahall be received or acted on, by the committee »n accounts, unless ench account or claim ahall Iw nrcoiiip-mied with a cettilicate of the Mayor, President ol the Common Council, or of some o'tlicer, couiinillec, or agent, authoiizcd on liehalf of the cily to make the contract, or cause the exiK-udilure to be made, that ihe autne is Correct. 8. The City Cleik shall receive all account* and claims Inuu personb having demands against ihe city, which shall have lieea certified a* provided indie prec...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
City Ordinances. be inaerlud, four weeks aucceaaively, in such newspaper ua ahull bo piinted and published in ihe city; or in case no newspaper shnll be printed and published in tho city, then in such newspaper or newspapers, printed and published in the,«*** of Boston, as Ibe Mayor und Aldermeu ahall Irom time to lime designate. lu Common Council, June 9, 1846. J'usscd to be ordained. liSAAC 1.IVKUMORK, President. In Hoard of Aldermen, June 9, 1846. Passed to be ordained. JAMBA !&gt;• GsHRSVi Mayor. A true copy. Attest : Lucius U. Paioe, City Clerk. [No. S.) COT* OF &lt; AMHItllXiK. la the year 0M thousand eight huiuhed mid folly-sin. AN OKIUNANCi:, Kctablishing the Salary of tho Collector of Taxes. St it ordained by the City Council of the City of' Cambridge* ua nUawt I ' The Collector ot'Taxes shall receive on nnnunl salary of live hundred dollars, to he paid in ijuarterly payments, of one hundred nnd twenty-live dollars each ; which shall be in full for all servi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 25 June 1846
City Ordinances night, ao lung ai each railing or feuee ■hall bo kept ■landing, lie ahall ulao, within audi reasonable time us llio Mityor oud Aldermen him 11 direct amend und repair audi atieet, lane, alley, ijj e .' wulk, or public place, to ihe acceptance, of lloutd. 4. front and after the, passing of this ordinance no perann tdmll inuku, erect or tiiuintain uny door. atep, portico, porch, entrance or puaaugeway to any cellar or tiMgmipt. or any other structure, m or upon any atteei, hme, alley or sidewalk in (he r j ( . without permission in writing from the Mayor m',,1 Aldermen. No perann shall suiter the platform oc grate of tin' entrance or paoenga way to hi* cellar or h;inemeiit. heretofore corntructed, or which tnti hcrenfter ho constructed, in any street, lour, nil,.," or sidewalk, to line above the even nurture of « u «li Htrett, lane, ulley.or aidtiwulk; und every uuclunttiince or piaxnge-way ahull be at all tune* kept covered by u mutable nml substantial plulfnim u r gr...
Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER XVI. The Jasmine Flower. CHAPTER XVII. The Waking of Honor. CHAPTER XVIII. The Domiciliary Visit. CHAPTER XIX. The Double Trial. CHAPTER XX. The Price of Blood. CHAPTER XXI. The Malediction. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 2 July 1846
Manuela D'Avilez. Translated for the Boston Atlas, from the French. CONTINUED. CHAPTER XVI. The Jasmine Flower. CHAPTER XVII. The Waking of Honor. CHAPTER XVIII. The Domiciliary Visit. CHAPTER XIX. The Double Trial. CHAPTER XX. The Price of Blood. CHAPTER XXI. The Malediction. BY PITRE-CHEVALIER. " Munuelu t" cried tho father und aon together, on sceinu her. The young girl looked in turn at each of them, and fixed her disturbed eyes ou Htefano. " Whal are you doing, cousin ?" looking at his equipment from bend to foot. " Cousin," unswered Stefano, fixed to the spot, "cousin, I am going . . ." "Going," cried Manuela, springing towurds bim. " He is going, uncle?" shu added, interrogating Pedro. " Yes, my child," replied the old man, with v sigh. "That astonishes you, Manuela?" said Uie young mini, with a tonu of bitter irony. " Ought I uol lo go away from her, to whom 1 have had tho misfortune to say, I love, when her heart belongs to another ?'* "To another ? He knows all!" thought t...