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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 June 1843

fffW-YORK TRIBUNE. thENEWYORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHEI 1 every horning, huxday excepted, it ISO Na?.-1.-?t. (erpoMTf Citv H*llA .New-York, ./Ahvered to City Subscribers f?r NINE CENTS pel ^it sSl "copii TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribes, Ssa ancum, in advance;, ant) .the par*r in no case coatiu J Wood the time for wnich it is paid. Subscriptions la SforS? Months. *^ Terms af Advertising: rVS LINES orh?a,(overSix,)Fi.'stinseTtion...50(>nU. *Jf ?- for each subsequent insertion.25 " ,. for Six insertions, or one week... si 'Ji " ? ?? for Twetstv-Fivk insertions.5 00 " jr"?* Lonzer Advertisements at eqoail v favorable rates. THF. NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE s Very Larre Paper, for the Country, ,.[ BLiiHr.D rvr.nv sstcrdav mokm.vg sfthelow jtics of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance \ iBRiaOE*, R*nr.iocs and Ft^r.haL Notio.s, not es ^s-fiw lines. 21 cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmes is author Jd u receive subscriririons and advertisements for this ria[*r jfijii Office, No. 101 South Th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 June 1843

?I ? |Mlll|''""?-nWilWff''''*ll*M""ll,ul'M!^'gC3MI''11'11 1111 1" '* " TH^RjMNE. . FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 9._ FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or IE5TCCKT. VJ- Persons wishiu* to mbserjrV for The Truv m Philadelphia, and rive rejoining Dutncts, will te- servo re srularly every day on the amT?l of thecar? a; 12 0TO6ClC?B0 >u at rite tow price of ? cent* t*r mobtii, by lesrrios- useir n-irr.p with the nudeisigued. Single copies two ee..n. The Wees ly Tribune per No. Cr cents. L W. CAKR. F'.rum Offic-, Philadelphia ?~7* Th*? Ageof. for T(.e Tribune at ItsHwr, N.J. ; Titterkilos P*(;>:._ (ZJ- For an Editorial account of Ji }'itit lo Sylvan ? a Lf.ttrf Jrom Buffalo, d'c, See First Page. For an interesting outline of the Zi/e <// Moftrot Edicardt, See Last Page. The Canse of Repeal. We dissent i/t fo/o from the doctrines put forth last evening by the American and Commercial in censure of Got. Seward's presiding at a meeting of those friends to a Repeal of the Legislativ? Union between En...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 June 1843

"jrj? Leary ii> Coe-Genoa Hat?.?A fur fabric ol |B)icrune texture aud delicate hue, ?pressly adapted to Gen? tlemen's Sommer wear, by reason of lUeir exceeding lightness, k-jatv elatticity and durability, now ready and for sale by LKARY it CO.. No. I aud 5 Astor House. Ajso a choice selection of the elegant Rocky Mountain geaver Hat frr Summer use. j?-3 6t MONEY MARKET. Sales at the Stock Exchange, June 8. ?OOOCitv 5s, 1S79.... 93 j 100 do do.b30 27 5 000 NY 5s, "58 . 99 25 do do.b5 27 1 200 do do.9S" 5 do OLiiTC,... Bdj 5 000 do dt.9?? I 25 do <h?.66* j'.>00 do 7s, '48 . . . ICWsjj 25 do do.S6j 1 000 Ohio 6?.'50. 92 I 35 do Eagle. Ins.100 ii'jOO Ohio ?*. '60 . 92} 10 do Merchants'la*. 92 10)000 do do-bl5 92* 10 doMerchXxcCo-. 31 30OO do do.92} 25 do Stonington..s60 33* S'OOO 111 6s. '60. 35} 50 do do.b60 32* 4)000 111 Spe huUs..s60 35 125 do do.3.3* o'oOO do do .. . .s45 35 275 do Harlem.3.1.4 J.'OOO Jo do.3.0; j 10-:? do do.bio 33*. l'o?O do do.3?j|100 do do.b30 33 j 2000...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 9 June 1843

wmmmmg?gg^ Monroe EtlTvardU Thc 'S. 0. Tropic publishes the following out line of this notorious forger, written by a Texan gentleman acquainted with his history. He seems to have found his way into th& cell of a State Pnson much later than he deserved. The story of hi* life is not without interest: Monroe Edwards was born in Kentucky. Wv< father removed to Texas several years prior to the revolution which separated it from Mexico, ami [ died there previous to that event. He was a very respectable man, t>oth by bin habits, connection and associations. Monroe receiicd a plain edu? cation in his battve State, and commenced life in ? early manhood in Texas. He wan not particu larly employed prior to the Revolution, except at : one time as "clerk in the counting-house of Morgan & Reed, who did business at Galve?ton Buy. The j reputation be left with bis employer* was by no means enviable, and but little cjalcnlaled to ad vancc his interest in a mercantile carter in that co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 June 1843

^ew-york tribune. THE NE'W-YORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, BfMUV EXCEPTED, AT 16C Ni>.ii--3T. {epfo.tT.: Citv ^Wou, sfrf delivered to City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per ^?rk SiiiKlc copies TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribes ?s rer annum, in advance; and the paper in no case contai? ned beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions t?? te? for Sis Months. Terms of Advertising: ir/EN LINKS or less, (over Sir,) First insertion ... 50 Onts. *m '** for each subswjuent insertion.2i " M for Six iiiseitions, or one sse?'lt.. . SI 66 " u ? for Tvvr.MTr-Fivr. insertions.5?0 " B^T Longer Advertisements at e<;nall v favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Large Paper, tor the Country, is MfW'tSHKD EVKKV ssTCtlDAV MOSMMf) At the low price of TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance MjjHHaOEs, Rriioiofs and FutiE&aL Nonets, riot et eeediug fire hnes. Z> cents. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Pai.Mi.a i. author jyjd to receive subscriptions and advertisement* for this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORN ISC, JUNE 10. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of IKSTICST. {?7* Person* wishing to mknte for Thc Tcisr/X? in PhilauKLTHM, and the adjoining Distncrs. will U- wi-ii re? gularly every day ou the arrival of tJw car* at t2 o'clock, noon, at the low price of oo cents per month, !>-. lea* inr their names with the undersigned, i*insl? copies two cents. TJ* W ? k ly T/ibnn* per No. 0? eeurs. E. W". (AHR. Fnrnm Otfi'"--, Philadelphia. CjT TU- A?e,,t for Tie- Tribune at RxHwar, N.J.. i THKbpHrL.es Psor. fL/"" All persons visiting The Tribune office on (jxcuteM strictly, such as relates to A'hertisein-nts. N<.:ieeS, *cd the like,?will confer a great favor by applying 10 Thomas Y.r El rath in the firsr-rloor or proper busn e? ..rfice of the <-?rah lishrrviit. and not wearving themselves t.i climb t?r?? or tour long flight* of stairs to trie Edit r's room. Necessity dictates this retpiest; will not courtesy r*uv it v. be respected ' {ffje- For a Communication <?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 June 1843

^mp-? * ? m. - - ???' - ?.^vr^-r^?*.,^!!*-.- UM wl iui iui, Lake Superior Copper Mines.?Mr. J. D. AjirIcv, of Iowa county, Wisconsin, publishes in fjjc .Mineral Point Free Press that he has received from the United States Government a permit to locate twenty-seven sections of copper lands in ihc copper region bordering on I^ake Superior. Mr. Ansley signifies his intention to proceed with? in a few weeks to Lake Superior for the purpose of working the mines, and he otiers to adventurers and miners who are disposed to accompany him, grants of land in his mining district on liberal terms. ^ Unitet> States District Court.?The ";rand jury yesterday found a true bill ?(,'ninst Solomon Cole'and Dc Witt Clinton Ritchie, for bringing the slave Lewis from the Republic of Texas into the United States, in contravention to low. [X. 0. Bee. Great Land Sale.?The CVrnmissioner of the Land Oftiee in Michigan has given notice that a sale of .'>G townships of land, situate in 1-4 different Count...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 June 1843

F'.r TV Tribnn*. HOPE's SONG TO THE ADVENTURER. G, come to the Soulh ! To its odorous bowers. Where the light wings of Time Are but laden with flower-: ! There are gems and rich jewels Far down by the sea, And a clear starry eye Beaming brightly for thee ! There 's a deep rolling river, A sun-lighted stream, And the gay insects quiver All day in its boarn. There arc dreamy pine groves Where the owl fold3 hi* wing, And oaks veiled with mos?. Where the mocking-birds ting. There are voices as soft As the fragrance of flowers, To whisper by moon-light Through jessamine bowers. Thy coffers shall glitter With jewels and gold, In thy porphyry halls? But the half is untold ! O, leave the dull charms Of the bleak, frozen North, ~ For a life, short and sweet. And come manfully forth ! Soft praise shall enchant thee From each rosy mouth There :s a spot just like Heaven In the sweet sunny South ! Mantroit, May 29. 1843. A. L. F. EXTRACTS FROM ! THE FALSE HEIR.' a Kt? SOVRL BY JAMrs. The LoTE or...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 June 1843

IjEW-YORK TRIBUNE. -he vew-tokk DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED *D ryvzr MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED, AT W Na?vi -st. (orFOsrri:City ^^JRS&S^ .A7i \ir-T?A to Citr Subscribers for NINE CENTS per *2?? SbtTie^copi? TWO CENTS. Mail Subscribers SS ?anan), in advance; and .the uajNt in no case contin SiUyond the time for which it is |?ud- Subscriptions ta? ken fo* Sis Months. xro Trims ?f Advertising: 'irrH LINES or Jess, (overSix.) Firstinsertion... 50 Cents. ? " for each subserioent insertion.25 " ? fo; Six insertions, or one we? k... SI i0 " a " for Twf.mty-Five insertions..... .5 00 " Loader Advertisements at equally favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE * Very Laree Paper, for the Country, is rVBi-ufirn BTiutTsatdhdayj*o*t?ircp tbe'ow price of TWO DOLLA?S per annum; in advance 'Uar.isor*. ILrligiocs and Fit5kr.ii. Notices,notes ^DTehues.aiceuts. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Palmt.r is author jjj t9 receive subscriptions and advertisements for this nai>?r, Skif?fice, No. 1M !?ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 June 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 12. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or rn.xTrcjtr. TT*" The Ajr-nt for TU Tribun?- at Raflwar, N.J..i* Thkophiivi P*r;r- ^^^^^^^^ All persons raiting The Tribune office on burin* -\ strictly, such as relates to Advertisements, Notices, and tie Iii".? vsill ro-,fer h treat favor by applyinz to Thomas Mr Elnith fo thefirst-floor or proper tan cess office of die ? - Itshoeut. and not wearying themselves to climb three ??; for long flights of ?fair* to the Editor's ro'.rn. N-ee??i". ? | this rennest; will not courtesy cause it t., he respected ' (?~ " Natur?-'? Chasms "are eery badly versified by '? K " Declines! Ck7~ " Mtwcatoi " ir>n?t pereeire, on rellecuoa, that :.u'. lishiag hi* comrouflicatron Would give pain to the rumen. fnessds t>t thr man recenth drowned ai the Jersey Fem ai d would do no good. We do not d< uht that h? ?Utemetit is e.itirejy rr>rrect. C^T" For a Jsttrr co:?r,)<-rning ?1*** A- 17. Iszi'.lat'tr*. X/OCO-Foco Convention,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 June 1843

BjltfttOftc, June 9.?Flour?H<>ward-*ticet Floor ha v** rather inactive a:,d v? not a decline >? price. To-day rjL'ijhav? offered to sell freely at $5. hut the transaction !?.oaiv limit-d. A sale of 400 bbls City Mills was made , 5537}, ca*h. It is generally held at 0 50. R v Flour? ed of 1st have been mad- at"<4 i?. a.id now h-ld higher. Qnin_The p'Ceipts of Pennsylvania Wheat ;his week are krmt si.WO bushels, all of which ha? been taken at a mate .?1 advance on the closing rates of last weak. To-day sail, !r?*veral thousand bushels have been made at 116 a 11? cts , fjtf^o of 5000 bushels very prime Illinois received by way f^tf-Orleaus, was soldat 122 cents for those portions ol ? which were i? C?<>d condition. Th- receipts of .Man land tJVats are but trilling, and we 1 j u < te them ac rJ'> a 112 cent fjrordinary toprimered. Some 15,000 to 16.000 hush-! ftMsylvaaia Yellow Corn hare been received this sveek? v^n of which wer- made to-day at 55 a 55?c. Sales ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 June 1843

rc^^p^j^^^^_m Bf Tr., m m i ?MQWgjjgl iiu TO AN ADOPTED BROTHER. L It was my massing hour. Oar of those happy Bear, " "ich strangely can A saBdeu ?pell of power And gleam of sunshine o*?r the sliadowj Past. It wai an hour for Memory, too. anal Thought Busily in her rnys'.ic chamber wrought. II. Amid die leathering gloom That deepened o'er me iu th- soft twilight, Melhought my silent room Seemed a fairy bannt for rbions bright ; While stsll uprose, and beautifully clear, RemPtnUcr'd form? of many a vanish M year. III. And thou?how hvinply Imaged west thou, in that strange, dreamy hour; Thy dark, exprei?ive eye? A..d nwbJe brow, w}.efe Thought *a; throned in power? The fi/je, free lip. with its Iwnignant smile, As though kind srords were hovering round the while. IV. Thir.fi air?thy mien?thy tread? Distinct before me like a breathing thii;;; ? But soon the vision fled, As chough to work my fond imagining j Yet blessed hour, that through the twilight haze, Bronirht thee ?o closely to m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 June 1843

SEW-YORK TRIB?NE. THE NEW-YORK daily tribune is published * * EVKRV MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTRD, Ar!?? Nswai -?t.(?rreuTBCiTj HarA^ew-YoBK, . ,a,\ ivered to C ly SnbscriUrs for NINE CENTS j*-r HS / S&hYcopies TWO CENTS. Mail Sabaariberi ?%*rar:utirn in advance; and the paj>er in no case CQUtln Efi rrood the time for wlucli it is paid. Subscriptions ta rT?forSii Monthi. fW LINES or less, (over Sir,) First insertion... SO Cents, *?t* ? for each *uh->?nueut inswrtimi.2i " . ? fo?Sir inserti'ei.,or one week... $1 jO " ? " for TnrOTTT-Fivjt insertions..'?00 " Looser Advertisements at emaallv favorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE A Very Laree I* a per, for the Country, U PUBLISHED I* Vf.RV * ?T r RDa V MOHMm; iffVl*w J'vir:-- of TWO DOLLAilS per annum, \-: advance ViRKi*'1*' RBtioioetahd FcraERaL Notices,notei (^(belmes,25ca.ts. _ PHILADELPHIA AGENCY.?V. B. Pauker is.anu.or ?Jd w r-reive subscriptioas and advertisements for this taper, Jfjj.;, Gfriice, No. IW South Third-str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 June 1843

tT HJlT" E. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13. FOR PR ESIDEST HENRY CLAY, or irsTt'cir. fXT" The Agent for Tlie Tribune at Rahwi .. N. J., THKorMiLi t Par;?;. _ iX7" All perKms visiting Tri? Tribune ofhVe on iiutn^-i ?pictly, ?ueb as relates to Ad-verti*eroe:;fs, Notices, and tie iiie,?will confer a great favor by allying to Thomas Mc Klratli in the Jvat-floor or proper uu*ir.e?? office of e?ule li-dinactit. and not wearvii.s: tle-rns-dve? to climb three 01 foui lonrt flights of stairs to the Editor*? rooin. .Necessity dictate, thi* request; will not courtesy came it to Le respected ' (fj- For Embanks* Hydraulics, Lahe. Superior Cojiy>: Mme$, y Malices. d"c, see First Pa-ge. Fora Poem, Political History, No, imi., see List Page. _ Friend* of Protection I Be Ready! From every portion of the Union we have art. counts of the revival of Business and the in ereaned employment of industry under the New Tariff. Property i? genendhr apprrciatinp; in value, in spite of the ruinous contraction of t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 June 1843

rj The last Fayette Times states that Schoy , QiAjutiu,Dock liarris, and one of the Scarcy*s, voeof the persons who were concerned in the iLderand robbery of Chaws, passed through qVord and Randolph Counties some ten days vious. 2n<^ embarked on a steamlwat at I Ian tj,ye can scarcely understand how the cit ^Tof those counties could reconcile it with ' to the State not to have arrested hirn. [St. Louis New Era. "*lt trtxuT'- and delicate, hoe, expressly adapted toGea Surjuner wear, by reason of their exceeding lightness, ?j* Iieary & Co.?Genoa Hat?.?A fur fabric of r*& ^ j ^U?-?"" * --? rlasticity an'' durability, now leady a&d for sale by ' LEARV k CO., No. i 2nd 5 Astor House. Ik) ? cboic** selection of the elegant Rocky Msmntaia j^e* H?t fnr Summer u>?- je3 'i w ? MONEY _MAltK?T. ggle? at the Stock Kicban-c. June 12. , Indiana 50 vr?dj. 35 I 61 do N J R. -:, ^ Jli. (special).34 j 75 do Stonington ...33 SS do.33i W do Moh'k.b60 38j -on I? ditr.a Bo-id* .. . 351 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 June 1843

"jjaUjM^MaMjM^jgjajijgjMMMBii i i in 'I ii 11 r~T~ i*im "~ For the NVw-York Tribune. ECCE HOMO o* ?tTAtr. the mtAVTtrvL fAin-iM? or r\cr. is the , ?iati05a:. acadhmt Behold the man ! that form divine Hath chained my spirit to the spot. Meekness and love resplendent shine Through thorns, as though they crowned The hand of bitter mockery [him not; Hath wrapped his unresisting form, And girt with ro:>c of kingly dye The Incarnate Ruler of the Storm. In vain rny burdened spirit irirs In loftiest measures, to repeat The unuttcrcd thoughts which clustering rise And on thy stainless forehead meet; Patience with innocence combines To trace its image on thy face, But clearer, brighter, purer shines Love for our lost and rmned race. And while my lingering spirit stands Wrapt in sublime adorings high, And gazes on thy pinioned hand?, And blood-dewed crown of mockery, Some voice with seraph sweetness steals Even a* I look on rolie and rod? And my wrapt louI before thee kneels And worships Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 June 1843

"Iv?W-YOKK TRIBUNE. VEW-VORK DAILV TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED ? EVEM MORNING, bc5dav EXCEPTED, ATi rn Citv Snhrr hr- f?r Ni.>E ' EM S per TWO CENTS. Mail Subscriber. S^annain, in ?d'anoe; and ?b* par?-r in no ease contln t .'. . t:rnr for r.htct, i; i, pa'-i. J>Uk%cnptt?M U f?r Sil MOB''I'*- . . ?t<8'? 1> i m -i ? f A ?I r ?r r i?i n s: *r\'LLN'ES oi Uaw,(or?f Sia,)Fir?tiiijmion..-irOt>nta. * for each soJM4*|u**nt.ins*fpon.? * " fbt S:z inx rtb?tu, or ooe wwk... Jl V) * ? " (br IV".:? rr-r ite insertions.i<?0 ' ry Looser AdTerttsements -u eqnallv farorable rates. THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIB?NE i Very Lars? Paper, for th* Conn try, If r h.l-M? i? El er* saturday m0rj?i!?o i low {Tic-- of TWO DO LI. A A S per annum, m .trlnuc* ^MU?t?i Remoiocs and Funeral Notices, notes wflLADELPHIA AGEN( V-V. B. Palmer is aatl ir t M receive irobsciiptions and advertisement* lot this tcper, fBHfl?ce. No. 101 South Third-street, near thi M? rchanis' ' THE TRIBUNE."" 3L;terari? "Xoticc. The Ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 June 1843

~" "TUET Ii i V> U .N E. _ ^'EDN^dICy^ JUXE 14. "for president. HENRY CLAY, OK k.chttjckt. f/- TV Ar>-:it foi Tie? Trilmo? at Rahwat, N. J-. b T:f>.ori?t.- ? J'i-..-:. ?7- All :?rioxv? >isit?:.c The Xsibiiae office on te'ii ?tnctly, svch ?s r?-!at?-..T" A^-.'.- me us; Nonces, >.n<j t.v )ik-.~?iH'.-...f-r a great Ii?.-..- t ? aprdvi at 1*1 boms; Klnth ir; tbefirSt-fioor "f proper es* office ot the ? J re liabraent. and not newi?* ihemsebrrs to climb ihr** pi loiuc liiKtit', <?! stsirsto i!<-- Editor's room. Necessrtj oictates : this -w.u.-*'; will not courtesy canse it to be respected . fjfjS- For a notir- of a nets work, Seven I'ea^J ?n tAe Wttt tirtfh JU rails, ate. > e f-'^-st Page. grjfc- For an (Jri^iiul Pvia, Character of 'M Iriik, Jiir and Wader Beds, ate., Lt.: Page Is it iluliCHt ?' Wc wish to bring ibia question home to the cx>n*ciruceK of tho.se (if such there be) who 'Junk (be VViiigs ought to follow in the train of John Tyler, and render him...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 June 1843

T,i":ry <fc Co.-Cciiba BTat?.?A fur : | ttvcstv* lestnre anr! delicate' hue, expressly adapted I i Gcn .v'c,..,.', Summer vac by.reaeon of their exceeding Ifchtni ., brjatr elasticity aod durability, now ready mid for -wi- by LEAHY k CO., No- i and i Aster Bouse. AJ*o a choice selection of the Rocky Ma-hnl n jj*avPf Hat f?>r Summer uy. _ Jc3 ? MONEY ^MARKET . F?fcs at tbe Slock Exchange, June 13. MdiWObin X3.... '310 <*?> d.32 Y?X) Jo do W.90JI 94 drj U. S. B*. It ... 5 do do.90* .50 doViclubnrg- 2| ?.COO do do.opg 90 ' 50 do <J<>. I'm do do.10 1*3 : 50 do Mohawk.3?;. 3*P0<' Jo ?"?>_blO 90 t 26 do do.1)10 37] ,0?? do do.r,r> ! 25 *? a*.MOT-37" IQoo K"*otocky bi.... 97ij "?'? do ?'..opg :t: 7000 du do.91 10 db'U? St Sib.".. . .ll?' l'fjOO do do....blO 97 I 95 do do.117 jOtfO Indiana B >ods ... 33 5 do Aub . & Roch:. 93j 4*000 III, (special).33J 20 do do.abtT 93 -Ofl? do'.34 I 50 do L LI R_blO 51; (,'OCO <lo d......33} 50 do do.blO oil CO $h* Ck...

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Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 14 June 1843

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Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New York, United States
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