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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

BRIGHTON MARKET, MONDAY. Sspt. U. (Reported lor Ihe Daily Advertlt-er.) At Market, 2100 Cuttle, nttout 1100 of which were Stores, 8900 .Sheep, ami 1-100 Swine. Prices— Beef Cattle —An advance was effected, and we quote to corresj>ond—extra 60; 6rst quality 5 s 5 26; second 4 26 a 4 75; ihird 3 s 4. Stores —Working Cattle in demand, nnd a mimtsrr of sales effected We quote two year old $8 a 14; three year old M 0 s 24. Sheep—hslmim from 76 to $2; old Sheep from 1 60 to 2 17 Swine— Prime lots to peddle 3 12 nnd 4 l-2c; inferior ouality 3 1-4 a 4 1-4; Old Hogs 3 1-2.3 7-8, 4 and 4 l-4c. At retail from 4io 5 l-2c. ftrj** _____■__ Wanted-For tho Chronicle, in all the towns in Middlesex, and " elsewhere." _ _...__._,. „___. ■ t.r lltalmnn'a \atsrrs Grnww Rrni-nntllTts. Is one of tbe best and moat popular Medicines of the day. Read tbe recommendations on our fourth page. I. O. OF R. RFCHAHITKS TAKK NOTUIK. Charles River Tent, I No.liS, 1.0.0f R„ Cainhridgrport.aavr removed tn th...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

BOOK AND JOB PRINTING, Or EVKRT UESCHirTIOS, NEATLY AND CORRECTLY EXECUTED, OH Tllk HOST K_ASO*AB_E TKAMS, AT THU OFFICE. ' I'/- HelUiatas Nwller. On and sfier nest Kabbaib, Julyvii, weekly worship will beheld at tbe ustisl hours,vis: • ten oVlnek. A. M , nud half past two o'clock. P. M., at the j Hall of the Hopkins t.'laanicNl School House, Main street, i TheHev. A.B. Msaas) ol lliis city, has tJeeii luvlled, and lot. j consented lo urtlciule. All persons disposed to attend ibis t service, are respectfully invited. Seals free lo all The As- < so. istion who liitve uuiu-d lor llie purpose of estalilishtng lliis , service, propose in erect a suitable Chapel lor won.hip im- t mediately if—jy IM < ■" .: rr.Ji hi .■■■■■liiiii ■ i _g__g__e t MARRIAGES. ' Iv Brooklyn, N. V., M inst. in ttie Navy Yard l.'lispel, . byßev.i.S Htuckbridge.li.S. N.. Rev. Charles W. Uent- ' sou IV Miss Mary A. Audrews, both id Ht.eu.n. DEATHS. { In this t-ily, (Wsr.l •>) IGih l...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

CL.OTIIING —roa— e FALL AND WINTER TRADE. - TIIK Proprietors of the Xx ten live CI.OTHI.NU KB TAUMHIINKNT, geuerall, known as itie I' OMMKKC' I A 1, AKCADK, At No. (HO Commercial Hires- 1. Huston, sre making their arrangements i*st.v, to li.,v. itic best nod int.-t K\u-n.i*r Htnek of CI.OTHI.Ni; ..,.,1 rmriiS fur injii 1i..-t-r» to tele* i Irom. Dial ran be lound In il,, thiem nnd Hi. y trust, with llie long esperieiir-e ••) ilieir is.-ni.ir Parmer, and their extensive atr-quaUilanre with rratle. lo ..row lo all win. will tske tlte Iroulile to eimoine tintr Hunk, thai they reall> hay« the test Slock ol (XOTUINt. is. he (num. All who nre in want of the best style ol Cl.UllllMi niiute in order, will nntl our Hlock of Plfc* k tJunut every w*y -dspled tv their taste, stnj our Cutlers unsurpassed in their line their Htoek "f OII.KII CLOTHING, for those et posed lo vsei vteitther, is urobiildy the uio»l e&leiisive of any in SaasMrlre. (jovk, »T«XK tk CO. . sent 3 Im...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

NOTICE! Strangers Visiting the City! AND ALL OTIIEHB IN WANT OF (.<HH> Ready Made Clothing! ARK HEQIJESTS.U TO CALL AT THE QUINCY HALL CLOTHING STORE, OVER QUINCY MARKET! The Largeit Clothing Eelabliehment in the CUy ! OX X PRICE! Ktsiitlv UW| to, wlikli.-...l.lr.ilier«rm.T,me<-lisiilr h.i ,',... . '""f h "«-'."." «•"»•"•> Hie LOWEIST MUCK 1,1. ' 7 »*>a.ara l.w \l 111.! 1.....1 ..Mrfe-Mcd .....I .1.r.xx.1 l,ii,|. r .-ft. mm. ih.i I'aV Kill TIIEIIt IiiHHM ..111 1..-.I c.x.,,1 l„ lINIIKHHKU. Itß. Hm£S Sill Alii Hie luxxnl urk* ... .s as . i hi/- il,e I.AKIIKS.' h IIHK tv M-lrrl 11..1H . xianei.ee.l a.al taitßftll eulua. siul xxerkieei. --allri.llxr 5a1e.,,,.-,. rlrrk.-.nil tv.l) .r.lrle ul clnlllnig, (liaaa . ..arse ... nnajiu.ii ult.) sijuiiline,) ueet.sni, lur . g"ilUai..i.'s uanlrolie, CUSTOM WORK! Haas iip in the bent nirinner, ns regards style, fit nr work liiHiinlnp -ii:,.nn.liiil In mi:l nntl nt im tret & percen...

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POETRY. TO MY BROTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

POETRY. TO MY BROTHER. BY CHARLES SPRAGUE. We are hut two—the others sleep Through drath'a untroubled night ; We are lait l wo—oh, lei its keep Tlie link that binds us, blight. Heart leaps to heart —the sacred floml That warms us is tho stutiu ; That pjood old man —bis honest blood Alike we fondly claim. We in one mother's arms were locked— Long be Iter lovo repaid ; In the MUM cradle, we were rocked, Hound the same hearth we played. Our boyish sports were nil the aaine. Each little joy nnd wo ; Lei manhood keep alive the llaiue, Lit up SO long ago. We arc but one—l« tlrnt thp bond To hold us till wo die, Shoulder to shoulder let us stand. Till side by side we lie.

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MY MOUNTAIN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

MY MOUNTAIN HOME. BY JULIA H. SCOTT. My Mountain home—sp l m S " pvrr t,,Tew Her gifts 'neallt skies of lovelier line ; Ne'er waved sweet summer's rosy |ilumo O'er spot of more unsullied bloom ; And ne'er did ntiluuiii's purple ray 'Mid scenes of loftier grandeur stray ; My mountain home—rude nature's hand, Unaided, ull thy lieanties pl-ium-d. Hill, glen and slream, and hearts whose key Is oattire's own sincerity ; Hearts which, ihuugli least of love they boast, Slill closer c.bng, and feel ihe mosl. My mountain home, mid cliff und dt-11. My home, 1 lore iliee passing well. My mountain home, earth has no voice To lure me from thy issßsuras choice — The swell of nature's thrilling liyinu, Through festooned aisles and grottos dim ; The tones which greet lite evening's air Of deep, anosiciiiaiious prayer ; The words Irom lips which ne'er deceive. And whose fond truths our spirits cleave. Oh ! world, what li-ools thy cankering gold, For which such joys us these are sold 1 What nre thy p...

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THE BLUE EYED LASSIE. MISCELLANY. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

THE BLUE EYED LASSIE. MISCELLANY. BY BURNS. Ireland. —Extract from a letter of an American abroad, to the Philadelphia United States Gazette. In Dublin itself alone there are fewer tokens of poverty than I had supposed. Indeed it was a common remark among us, that it would he easy to find in the smith weglern part nf our own city, neighborhoods more repulsive from squalid .j-K.verly tlmu any portion nl Dublin. It is ou the whole a magnificent city, having the token.-) of great weallli, and improvement among ihe better class. Heggnrs nre by no menus numerous, but they nre more clamorous nnd importunnto nnd more thoroughly unsettled in appearance than nny I had before seen. They are accustomed to take their stand before closed windows and doors and scream at the inmates for charily. Their emaciated forms, their tattered garment*, their deep shrill, sad semi-tone .applications are most striking and painful to n, stranger. They continue always lo mingle a liltle blarney with their cries...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

City Ordinance. [No. 19] CITY OP CAMHKIIH.K. In the year one thousand eight hundred and forty-six. AN ORDINANCE, ...stub! Ub tug tho office of Superintendent of Streets, and prescribing his duties. Re it Ordained by the Cily Council of the City of Cambridge, as follows ; 1. There shall be chosen, at tho commencement of each municipal year, by a concurrent vote of the City Council, to be first acted upon hy the Mayor and Aldermen, an üble and discreet person to be styled Ihe Superintendent of Streets, who shall hold his ollice nt the pleasure of the City Council, and shall receive such compensation as said Council shall determine. Whenever said ollice shall become vacant by death, resignation, or otherwise, a successor shall be appointed in the mnnner herein prescribed. , 2. The Superintendent of Streets shall, under the direction and control of the Mayor nnd Aldermen, have the general care and charge of the highways, streets, lanes, sidewalks antl bridges of the city ; and shall att...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

Abdominal Supporter*. NFW ENGLAND TRUSS MANUFACTORY, l|*4loM< M«a». J 4 Mt-s ritKDKKK'K FONTKH continues to m_»«iiur. Ml tft vifoS «pi.ri.*s.rAlWfcß., hi. oldsUiul, No W Washington muel, oynosilu No. M 4. enUraiK*i In Tempts Avenue. Buston, where lir hss been or tn. St ten rati? and Sis raSm sad bus „.■« betas in tin- .inn,, tmililiiii!, lie rsnbesccii at. home nearly all ol hi tin? dayor ■ eiliut. He has "'ore room and batter !o,,ve«i.\ire. y r..r(he*rr?.*- hoslness ihsu any olher person It one .».. X nolii-e. and oUcntmie. Iliads to -^f£___»! a. new. fts subscriber having worn a Truss MpMtt tin- last tweuly-live years, ami lilted so "WJRL___S ten year*. li-eU ciinfl3eut la being able to suit all cases ttmt W f.onvX*_plfnl Trusses, Dr. Chaw's Trasses, formerly sol.l hy Dr. Iseuehi Trusses of galvauii-ed metal that will >»>» rust, having wooden nntl cupper pads) Head's Hplrsl Irtiss, Handi-U'sidol -Salmon's Hull and Hw-ket, -Sherman's JtaM and Hooker...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 17 September 1846

II Ol MAM'S Natttreri* Grant! RCTtwratm. rffYIHS Vegetable Medicine stSQtls unrivalled for th* « , X lowing Complalata, vis. i me ftj| - JjVNFKI'SIA OR INUKHCSTION, _Uttl£Aß|£|) i IVF JAUNDICE. UILLIOUB CHOI.IO, COBTIVKNR&m J,OBH OF APPETITE,AaBTHMA, BILLIOtTR ||*s> ' ORIIERB. WORM*. NERVOUS COMPLAINT* FAIN IN THE HIDE, lILEKUINGATTIIE HTOMACII.COI.UBAND COUGHS Op LONUBTANUING.IIOARSENBB*, HIIORTNEBH OP BREATH, HFA BICKNEBB. *c, Ac. J. li. HOLMAN, Proprietor, No. TO L'srahUli Bnlm. A. IILII), Agent for Cambridge, Columbia opposite ftaffolk) Hirert. This Metliclnc Is of a warming, rhrarlne and lßT%—y,. nature, mid is never known to weaken the patient; win,-,.,.. It Is well known many olher Cathartics have directly v, „* postte tendency. Il has a mimi powerful influence, eir<tt j ed by no other medicine, in removitig NERVOUS COM PI.AINTB. It is pleasant to lake, and In Its operation ~, | much so, that ii may be administered to the tender |_r ta ( Will...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

The Cambridge Chronicle. VOLUME I. CAMBRIDGE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1846. NUMBER 21. THE CHRONICLE. The Cambridge Chronicle. CAMBRIDGEPORT. THURSDAY MORNING,SEPT. 24, 1846

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From the Columbian Magazine. WHAT MUST BE MUST. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

From the Columbian Magazine. WHAT MUST BE MUST. BY MRS. C. M. KIRKLAND. CHAPTER I. "I am afraid you will educate Mary to death, my dear," said Mr. Austin to his wife, in reply lo a long detail of her plans for the perfecting of this her only daughter. " Too much educution is as bad as too little." "Too much education, Mr. Austin ! who ever heard of such a thing? Everybody is complaining of the want of education among us, and you, yourself, I am sure, often criticise young ladies, and say they are miserably educated. But you are the strangest man ! Have I nol always kept Mary under my own eye, had masters and governesses for for her, instend of sending her to a fashionable school where she would have learned frivolity and nonsense, and given up society that I might never lose sight of her for a moment .' Haven't I watched even her mantua-maker, and forbidden her to describe the finery of olher customers, and bought Mary's bonnets myself, without ever letting her try them on, lest she...

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STORY OF LITKA AND HER LOVER. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

STORY OF LITKA AND HER LOVER. There are few of the old settlers of the Creek territory in Alabama, who do not recollect the great Indian Council held at Dudley's store, in Tallapoosa county, in September, of the year 1833.— In those days, an occasion of the sort drew together white men and Indian from all quarters of the "nation " —the one to cheat, the other to be cheated. The agent appointed by the Government to " certify " the sales of Indian Iands was always in attendance; so that the scene was generally one of active traffic. The industrious speculator, with his assistant, the wily interpreter, kept unceasingly at work in the business of fraud; and by every species and art of persuasion, sought—and, sooner or later, succeeded—in drawing the untutored children of the forest into their nets.—lf foiled once, twice, thrice, a dozen times, still they kept up the pursuit. It was ever the constant trailing of the slow-track dog, from whose fangs there was no final escape ! And where a...

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THE PUBLIC LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

THE PUBLIC LANDS. The President has ordered the sale of about ten and a half millions of acres of public Iands in Wisconsin, lowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Florida. The sales in Wisconsin embrace about 1,130,000 acres of fine wheat Iand, situated north and west of Green Bay and Lake Winnebago, and between the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers. Part of it is on the Mississippi, Wisconsin,and Fox rivers; and all of it well watered by those streams and their tributaries, which afford a ready access to a southern or eastern market. The lands directed to be sold in lowa, include about 896,000 acres lying on the Red, Cedar, lowa, English, Des Moines, and Chariton rivers, and their branches. These lands are exceedingly fertile, and well adapted to the cultivation of all the small grains; and like those in Wisconsin, being interspersed with timber and prairie, the labor of clearing is avoided, while abundance of the finest timber for building and all forming purposes is convenien...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

A young man from the country lately on a visit to a quaker, was prevailed on to accompany him to meeting. It happenad to be a silent one. When he left the meeting-house with his friend, he asked —" How didst thou like Ihe meeting ?" to which he pettishly replied, " Like it ! why I can see no sense in it, to go and sit for whole hours together without speaking a word. It is enough to kill the devil." " Yea, my friend," rejoined Ihe quaker, " that's just what we want." An officious friend showed the prince of Conde some libels written against him, in which he was described as acting and speaking things that were false. " These rascals," said he, " make me talk and act as they would, if they were in my place."

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

PUBLISHED EVERV THURSDAY BY ANDREW REID, Al hit olflee, corner of Msln sml Msissl.te Blrrm., ore Ut store of Joseon A. Holmes - Co., CemfirlJlsnorl. TKHMS or THB CIIRONK-1.8. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. _a,»cr iplimn received for six moilllu. «_ Bin|[l« copies, four cen.t. May Iro olilnineil nl ihe Unieenily Booktlore, Cniuliriili;.. j Mr. Work't, ■nil al (lie office, corner of Main nod Magutine ..reels, CAMHIUDCEI'OKT. (VJ- Mr. o*o*lol Rurr is onr millim izcil ngenl for Eat. Ciimliritlgo, uml will sue In lliu ilrtisiry of the pollers in tilt. Want ; nnil will also triumun nil Isisinnss relulive lo llie Ulironiitle. Ally |iersiill in lliul teclioa of llie cily wishing lo subscribe or mlvertise, will please call on liiin. TERMS OF AIIVKHTISING IN THB e.IRO.VK'I.E. Ailverlisements not exceeding 10 or 12 lines, Firtl Insertion, * *>'• Each a,ilnrt|iiijrit insertion, 0 20 By the month, (four insertions,) 1 00 n.,sinest Cards, 1 yenr, i 00 ♦' .* 6 inuntlis, il m M &...

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FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

FOREIGN. Of the intelligence from England by the Cambria, most interesting to the United States in regard to its commercial and political relations with Great Britain, is a brief discussion in Parliament occasioned by a question put by Lord George Bentinck, bearing upon the present state of British interests in Mexico, he said — British capital, to the amount of £ 10,000,000, is vested in the Mexican mines; and tbe public debt, due to England, amounts to £1,200,000. He apprehended, that if the war terminated in the conquest of Mexico, the debt would be placed in the same position as the debt due by the United States. Texas had been annexed to that country by the most unjustifiable means. Fictitious transfers of lands took place to citizens of the States; and then the Legislatures of Texas and Coahuila transferred, for $20,000,000, an extent of land equal to four hundred square leagues. " From this period, it became the interest of those American speculators to foment a rebellion in ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Cambridge Chronicle — 24 September 1846

Dirkct Taxation.—There is much good sense in th': following article. The great difficulty in the mailer is that a sufficient number of independent men can never be found in a dominant party to try the experiment of direct taxation, unless the actual existence of war has driven thorn into straits beyond any olher rescue. A Washington correspondent of the Journal of Cnmiucrcu says, " that the debt of one or two hundred minimis that will be the consequence of ihis Muxienn war, will either diive us lo direct taxation, or render impossible the permanent amelioration of ihe tariff system." We shall hold up both our hands for "direct taxation." If ilial had been the mode of collecting the revenue, wo should never have got into this abominable contest ; and when lhat system shall he adopted by the people j they will be Hiire never lo get into Hiich another. Tell the laboring men of ihc country that iv order to " sujijtort Ihe goeernment.*'' they must pay a Tew cents a pound more on their su...

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