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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 October 1843

j?. N-EW-YORE DAILY TRIBUNE iS PUBLISHED 18 kverv morning, sunday exckited. K- ii-.sT fojM-osiTK CtTT Hall.) Nkw.Vokk, $S??3to^54r!S3Sfcl^5? Nfl^fc i^ENTs |>ej ^TS5&b theypwfer, they-'caa.pt? ?n adv*ucea?h. JSnJfil months, or a year at the same. rate. Singh W TWO CENTS Mail subscribers Sj per annum, ^?.ce ? aa<l the paper in no case conohned beyond the '.v??which it i? paid. Subscriptions taken tor Six tisne ior 5*^n?nce allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other piper. rj.,., m s of A dvertising;. .. iv'ES oi less, (ov?r Six,) First insertion... cents. TEN1'1,'. ' fnr each subsequent insertion.2.'? " " j,)r six Insertions, or on.- week.... Si M " '* i, for TwEJTv-FivB insertions.6 uu " "_. -jjrora?lvertUemetits at equally favorable rates. w ...As Rn.ti tors aud FUKERAL NOTICES, not ex jatte*???-_ THT NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE * VpiV Large Paper, for the Country, 11 published KVi.KY SATURDAY MORSINC ^ j^rp-ice oi TWO DOLLARS per annum, in advance. ^e" trTbuneT iSarri? (Toniuj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 October 1843

THE^ TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 21 FOR PRESIDENT, SIEKRY CLAY, OK KXNTl'civ' CCr" County Convention.-A meeting of the Dem ociaur Whig County Convention will be held at the Broad? way House THIS EVENING. 27th in*t., at 7i o'clock. DAVID GRAHAM, Chairman. Bi.sr.uRT Lewis, Jr.< Secretaries. ,. Geo*ge Rownann. i _ ?7~La?t Day of the Great Fair at Niblo"*. ?All those who have not visited this ^reat collection ol the products of American Art and Industry, the greatest ever presented to the American public, are reminded that this i<; the U*t day of this anniversary. The reading of the Award* of Premium will commence at 4i o'clock. P. M. At 71 o'clock The exercises of the evening will commence. An Address will he delivered; Od*s will b? sung; the Army and Navy Bands w 111* in attendance; a grand display of Fireworks will close this splendid national celebration. The last day will b- for the benefit of the Library, toaid which Mr. Niblo on that day , charges no rent. _ o27 It i *...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 October 1843

CITY I XT KL LICENCE Court Calendar Friday?Superior Court. ^No?. 10. 22, 32, 33, 34, 8. 15, IS. 4, SP. ^Circuit Court.?No* 74, 57, 65, 99, 100; 10?, 96. 107, 108 1<9, 110, 112,113.114. 18,21, 19,94,90.101.43.3'... JO}'. 109, 103. Common Pleas?Xos 13. 61.62, 63, Go, 66, 63, 51, C9. 37. Thv rsday, Or-;. 26. Circuit Court.?-Before Judge Kent. James vs. Beer.hr' et. a/.?The plaintiff hired of defei A aat* certain premise.; on the 9th avenue, adjoining to which defendants reside, nn'l they subsequently built afence so as to obscnre some windo' s in a back building, which stood four iacbe* within plaintiff's line. Action is brought for dam? age*. Verdict for plaintiff, $150. 'Albert Van Colt vs. William Sharp.?This was an tion to recover damages for criminal conversation with plaintiff's wife. The case was opened, and without statiug particulars, adjourn- ! to this forenoon. Superior Court?-Before Judge Oakley. Mitchell, Public .'? dministrator, vs. Moses V. Beach.? The defendant cause...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 October 1843

THK POOR. HT <*.M. KI-t-VKV CHSNNINO. I do not mourn my friends are false : I dare not grieve lor sins of mine ; I weep for those who pine to death, Great (Jod ! in this rich world of thine. So many trees there arc to sec. And fields go waving broad with grain, And yet?what utter misery! ( Utr very brothers lie in pain ! These by their darkened hearth-stones sit, Their children shivering idly round, As true as iiveth God, 'twere fit For these poor men to curse the ground. And those who daily bread have none. Half starved, the long, long winter's day. Pond parents gazing on their young, Too wholly sad one word to say. To them it seems their Cod has cursed This race of ours since they were born : Willing to toil, and yet deprived Of common wood, or store of corn. I do not weep for my own woes, Thev arc as nothing in my eye : T weep' for those who, starved ami froze. Do curse their Cod and lono; to die. WINTER SCENERY. (From ' A Winter's Walk,* by II. D. Thobeau.iu the Dial.) j * * ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

NEW-YORK TRIBUNE. Ja? NEW-VORK DAILY TRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED 1 every morning, sunday excepted. J?d NaMAC ?T. (orrostTF. Crrr H^'nl^;,^". .ffJSSred to Uity Subscribers for NINE CENTS wt M i. <sr when they prefer, they can pay in advice at the ?_fC:,il month*, -ra year at the sarne rate. Single B3__ TWO CENTS. Mail sulstnbers $5 per annum, ^?,?*iiee ? fid the paper in no case continued beyond the 8 f? r which it is paid. Subscriptions taken tor Six Sj^tence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any other T e i ra s of Advertising. rlNES or h s?. (ovvr Six.) First insertion ... SO cenas. T*" >< for each subsequent insertion.2_ " i' for six Insertions, or one w^k.... $1 50 " ?? for Twkntv-Fivk. insertions.5 00 " S-_ t on~tfradrertisemeiits at equally fivorahle ra:es. '.?"ncis.Ib:i.iGiocs-aad Fokrax Notices, not ex ^?Efiehues.2.ceuts._ THE NEW-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE s't/ery Laige Paper, for the Country, I? PL'Bl-ISHKD K.VI.KT SATVKDAV MORNING ? gtt low pi ice ?l TWO DOLLARS per annum, iu ad...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

For The Tribune. Lines Written in a Bible. A gift from thy mother, my own fair boy, 'Tis the true source of happiness, peace and joy; May its beautiful precepts thy footsteps gwide, And keep thee through life on Virtue's side This hook, impearl'd by a mother's tears, May it speak to thy heart in after years; And when she rests 'n?ath the lowly sod, May it teach thee to place thy trust in God. May thine, belov'd, be a blessed lot? And oh may the giver be never forgot ! MONEY-- ITS XATfTtE AND USES. Synopsis of an Essay on UsuRr.: The Evil and the Remedy,' publisned (at $2 per hundred) by Burg?? k Stringer. 2 22 Broadway. CHAPTER I. * * ? Money is a measure of value, because the governments of all civilized nations fix a value on it, which is intended to be definite and in variable. It is a public measure, because it is made by gov? ernment a legal tender for all debts that may be due to any individual in the nation. A man go? ing into any part of the country to purchase a farm or som...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

jiuVELS OFKERIM KHAN IN ENGLAND. Tiie following extracts are taken from an arti u in Blackwood' on the travels of K< rim Khan ? England in 1839-10. The narrative com ^ CC3 from Delhi, giving an account of the sea jXgc and Kerim Khan's observations on it.? ojt we take him up in England : *T now: (continues the khan) returned thanks God for having brought me safe through the l-de ocean to this extraordinary country?be fr'cnd5 latest wonder I have seen, is seeing myself Jjvc on la"1-J'" The troubles of the khan, however, were far from being ended by his arri ?slorJ terra firma .- for apparently from some Ijjtafcc or inadvertence, (the cause of which rjoes not very clearly appear,) on the part of the friends whom he had expected to meet him, he found himself, on landing at Blackwall and pro? ceeding by the railway to London, left alone by jjjC person who had thus far been his guide, in sparuncnts near Corn hill, almost wholly unac cuainted with the English language, separated ?om his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 28. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, of rkntccxt. democratic whig senatorial nominATI0N?. Dist. I... MORRIS FRAXKLI\. II. . . ALEXANDER H. WELLS. Ill... JOHN T. MORE. IV ... GEORGE A. SIMMON'S. V .. . STARR CLARK. CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI. .. HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. VII. .. JOHN MA YNARD. VIII... FREDERICK F. BACKUS. Tr* General Committee of Democratic Whlc Young Men.?A Six-rial meeting.ul this t om ruitt>e will be belu at th- Broadway House,on Monday tven our. the 30th of October, at 7 o'clock. Bvorder>rM . um, me m AfjDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Charles K. Taylor, > Secretaries. o2C 2t James B. Swain, S_ vry General County ?^"jKf^JSl ,Dnf; MOCRATIC WHIG ELECTORS of the ^f^.^.? of .New-York, are requested to assemble at NATIONAL HALL. Canal street, on TUESDAY EVENING next,31?t iost. at 71 o'clock, for the purpose of receiving the report ot the Convention appointed to select ?uitable persons to l>e sup? ported at the ensuing election for COUNTY O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

hoars. Had Sharp gone up he most have passed my door.? ?TV? was a carpet on the floor. Cannot say that he might not have gone up barefoot. Never saw Van Cott take liber? ties with any woman in his house. The young ladies board ioc there were named Waldrou and Riddle. One, I believe, wss a relation of Mrs. Van Colt?the other was a sort of adopted daughter. Two letters were here read bv Mr. Jordan. The first is torn Dr. Bailey to Mr. Sharp, dated August lOtd, 1S42. It commences? " Jlfy dear Sir: Your polite note is received, and in reply i?te that % have not spoken in any disrespectful manner of ^ou to Mr. Vau Co?. i knew nothing of your character prior to this ridiculous flare-up. 1 said to you that my ob Vr. was not to injnre you. I told hirn what my object was. If you will call on me this eveuiug i w ill tell" you what I wId him. My conduct since must show you how much i Was influenced by it, true or false, and if they are disposed t? tjke advantage of it, it is a breach of good fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. IET A Cincinnati correspondent of the Balti? more Patriot, states that a letter has been received in that city from Powers the sculptor in Florence by his brother, in which he says that " Eve" is finished and is to be transmitted to the United States. Although the letter does not state who is to be fhe owner of this exquisite piece of statu? ary, we suppose it will be Mr. Preston of South Carolina. At least it was Mr. Powcrs's intention to send it to him last Spring, as Mr. Preston had given Mr. Powers an ordertosend him any thing he pleased. It will be the finest piece of statuary ever seen in this country. It is made of Sera bezza marble, and without a blemish in the beau? tiful stone. Mr. Powers had thirty different mo? dels to stand for the figure ; and it would not suffer beside Canova's finest Venus. He values it at ?3,000. We arc sorry to see that the " Greek Captive*' is to go to London. This js j too bad. Such gems from our artists should be , sent no where but...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

|ijllllBmM?*W BY ORDER of Hon. D. P. Injjraham, Associate Indre of the Court of Common Pleas for the Comity of *,w-York, notice it hereby given, pniiuant wtheTto visions S-X Statute authorfcingtatttchraents against absconding, ?Sed md non-resident debtors, that *n aiucltment has ? against the estate of William H. carm. a resident of TfrUonvitle. Fast Florida, and that the same will be sold for the payment of hi* d.bts. unless he apptar and discharge such it~?bmcaUaccording to law, within nine months from the Srit publication of this notice;,and that the payment of any /kbtsdue to him by resi ients of this State, and the deliver* to utm or for his use, of any property within tins Sta'e I ? !? ng ?' ,0 him; and the transfer of any such property b> him. ir? <v__itden by law ami are void.? Dated the4th day of Octo v? lsil WILLIAM COIT. Attorney olO lawl>m_for attaching creditor. TjiTOKDfcK of L>;ivni Mann, Esquir?-, Supreme Tj fjourt Commissioner?Notice is herebv given tint ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 October 1843

For the Tribune. WE TRIUMPH! Flieg onr broad banner to the breeze', awake the bugle blast Stoat! for the People, fully roused, are speaking out at last The Loco-Foco flag is struck on fair Ohio's plains, And scarce the Gr.CRCias Whigs can count their over whelming gains. Where clear Patapsco rolls its tide Whig cheers couvuh* the air, And from thy banks an answer borsts, majestic Ditlawark The Keystone of the arch is oars, and soon h-r strong rich! hand The mighty Empibk State shall link with the enfranchised band 'Treason has done its worst,'we know: its final hour is near LV. Infamy a Ieprons pall is weaving for its bier. In History's fane there's but one niche that Tyler e'er can win There Arnold stands, the world-abirorred; room, Arnold, for thy twin. The cloods that o'er the Country l?wered, are breaking from her sky; The shrouded stars in Fredoom's group are peeping forth on high, . And soon their constellated blaze-night turning into day Shall light to the Metropolis her cLam...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 October 1843

?KW-YORK TRIB?NE. ,,v vEU'-VOKK DAJLYTRIBUNE IS PUBLISHED * EVERY MORNING, SUNDAY EXCEPTED. , .^S,jsav-st. (opposite City Hal^LNbw.Iork, ^ifflTflS to < iCT Subscribers for NINE CLN 1 > m W K .Vwhen they prefer, they can paym adranci at thi ?7, ; S1X months, or a vear at the vame nt-. Singh D^JW{pwO CENTS. Mail subscribers Si per annum r,?jrtur* ? inil the paper in no case continued beyond th i?^f-J which it is paid. Subscriptions taken lor Six tin* r" ^^rence allowed on Daily Exchanges with any fJp"' T e i m s of Advertising. .. i\?S or less, (ov?r Nx,) First insertion ... .''0 cents. jfE****! for each subsequent imertion.2i " ii ]or six Insertions, or oiip week.... SI io " forTWexty-Five insertions.S 00 " " j i-ocir?' advextisemeuts at equally favorable rates D .,.nReuigious and Fu.neral Notices, THE NEVV-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE , v/rr L-tute Paper, for the Country, ? .? published evi V -\Ti rday m or.** i no j^Iowjtf'f* ?' rW.? DOLLARS per annum, in advance. tSY tribuneT ? "? \i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, ?EM0rratic whio senatorial KOMWATIOIf?. &i*t. It.. MORRIS FRANKLIN. II... ALEXANDER H. "WELLS. III. .. JOHN T. MORE. IV. .. GEORGE A. SIMMONS. V .. . STARR CLARK. CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI... HENRY S. WALBRIDGE. VII. .. JOHN MA YN ARD. VIII... FREDERICK F. BACKUS. tee V Democratic Whiff General Comm?; i ? A.n Adjourn*'* Meetinz ol thu Committee WUJ ?*,>*'' TVESDAiKVEMNO. Oct. Slit "t the Broadv.aj Xo?^?*c\Ji PHILIP HONE. Chairman. Wm TCRNr.n, Secretaries. o3U 2t inc. th* 30th Of P?Opl^ CtfaRLF? K. TaV1.oR, > Secretaries, o.. ot Ja>I??B. SirAt.?r,?_$. J1ALL. v,. k?r. at 7? o'clock, for the purpose of receiving the report 01 the Convention appointed to select suitable persons to' bjeanp I^rted at the ensuing election for COUNT? OFFICERS uad MEMBERS OF ASSEMBLY. By order of the Con >,D.;r(n. DAVID GRAHAM, Chairman. ?tNEDICT Lr.VH, JR. f S^ari?. rAo 2. QgOKflE ROWLASD. > ' Fogt Office Reform. The New Worl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 October 1843

JlarhetS?Carefully reported for The Tribune. Saturday, Oct. 2S. igHES.?The demand Ibr Pots is steady, and the: sab *Lt are 75 barrels at 4 60. In Pearls the sales are gen M ?5 3S, but some small lots have sold at 6 25. Tli i J.re about 100 barrels. Export from 1st to 25th Oct. 7,^047 barrels Pots, 290 bbls Pearls. COTTON ? The better feeling continues to prevail, an ? ialtsare reported at 1200 tO 1500 bales, at full prices ?tftO'i cent per lb advance compared with last we* ^^ef of the week ending Friday night sum up 757 yrt of which 4300 were Upland, 1600 Mobile, 1700 New and baic-s Texas at rjj cents, short price. Th ^jv?l? daring the same period were 2250 baler. We quo! Uplands. New-Orleans Ordinary.*{ I. a I Middling ??;.g? *h 4a '1 f1^^;;:::::::::::: ; I &, I &'**>.8i* 4 9* * jiOl'R AND MEAL.?There is no material chang; 8Ctjc< ?n Flour, 0,11 t!,p market cannot be quoted quite s< tirmft* yesterday. The demand was not large. We quo: i'}9a4 6-a Michigan a"d Ohio, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 October 1843

THE TRlB_V?i?. Deferred Articles. Mining in Wisconsin;?The Grant County Wiscorrsia Herald gives an i::terestwg accvu.it of the mines, or, a* the editor term* them, ' Patch Diggings' of tits I ??ounty. There are some dozen of these Patches in the coun? ty, to* largest of which is situated on the margin of a keauti fal Prairie near Plattsville. The oar of this vein, or patch, Jay entirely upon the top of the rock, averaging eight-en feet in Width and three in thickness. Pieces of mineral raised from this 'patch' weighed as high as 25,000 pounds each, and such was the extraordinary facility with which it was obtained, that four men raised, in one day, 425,000. The hod in the vicinity cf these mines is very rich and produc? tive, and easily subdued; but the miners, in their anxiety, to grow rich, leave it almost entirely uncultivated. The average number of miners that have been employed upon the Dig giags, per year, since their opening in 192S, is ten. The whole amount of mineral raised...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1843

fp-Y?RK TRIB?NE. c xKW-YORK DAILY TRIB?NEIS PUBLISHE T* rYiSRY morning, sunday excepted. ,A\,.ai-*T.(orrosiTi: I'm Hau.,).Njwjo?. to City Subscriber, for NINE CENTS 4ad?fe"5Sm they prefer, they can nav?? adranceat tri mouths, sr. a year at the .same rate. Sing! DrtkWL^yQ UKNTS. Mail subscribers Sj per annum ,L- Jn<l the paper in no case continued beyond th :3^V r wuich it i? paid. Subscriptions taken tee ?jirji 'i * ?^^rcnee allowed on Daily Exchanges with any (if*- teI ms of Advertising. if?rS or less, (over Six,) F irst insertion.. . 50 cents f?N*\i ? for each subsequent insertion.?5 " j ii lor six Insertions, or one week.. $1 50 " * ?? for Twenty-Five insertions. 5 00 " r^rtr advertisements at equally I ivorable rates. W ,,,?? Religious and Funeral Notices, u d ? fefi? cents._ THt: SEVY-YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE .v/rv L??'?R? Paper, for the Country, * IIT0BU-HED every s.vturday MCKVINC the lo? pnct* *Ji TWO DOLL AUS per anuum, in advance XhFt"^ I B 5 X W. ZLiUrarn Notices. ?j roBvoi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1843

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 31. FOR PRESIDENT, sRY CL.AY, er EKSTTCJCT i'l.moc ratic whig senatorial, nominations. DiST. I. .. MORRIS FRANKLIN. II. .. ALEXANDER H. WELLS. Ill .. . .JOHN T. MOKE. IV... GEORGE A. SIMMON'S. V .. . STARR CLARK, CHARLES E. CLARKE. VI .. . HENRY S. WALBRID? E. Vll . . . JOHS JIAYSAKD. VIII . - . FREDERICK F. BACKUS. rr?- Democratic w ni? General Commit? tee.?An Adjourned Meeting ol tins Committee "... behej oa TUESDAY EVENING. Oct. 3l*t, ?t theBroadwa) HW. a?iTo'clock. PHILIP HONE, Chairman. W '! Ti'K>rR* i Secretaries. oSO 2t N- G. Brsdiord, j r < ITJ- Democratic Whig &City R%cu?.-peDemoc?tic V^*Youn* SSffl M^a and County ol .New York are rwaesteo^w n National Nail on Tbwj f^XifSw nominate Conat hear the report of the Convention ctusen ^ Officers and ???^r^^otjGHERTY, Chairman. ( has. K. Tartest. ? Secretaries. 03| James U.Swaix,_ s m _ rry General County Meeting.?THE DE? MOCRATIC WHIG ELECTORS of the city and Count] of New-York, are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1843

From the Boston Evening Journal, March 29. S^osTssRSAr viuiXA.-Tle success which has attended cation ol ?im remedy for all diseases aming fromau &?tar^ ?t* ilrst introduction to th. SEfMeurs. Sands k Co; D uggi<?u, NewYprk, acconl ??etwtimonj of manyhighlj i?,^?>leindiy4duaU. ^?Se^inderful.and isasucugproo o iu excellence. &Srs Smiths Foule, the agents foi this City, aredailj n - SS'letter, fro... indii idu Is who have used it wirhaucccss m" v of th m having been afflicted with diseases which ^nedtobemcu. il.U-. but by the use Ol this art ele have .? i ?'.1Covered and areanxions to add their names and testi ?in^SfaV.lr. Many of these letters are on lib- and will Kown to all who wish tose. ihem. by calling at thestoi 5 Se agents, No 138 Washi gton street. Forconclusiveevideuceol itssupenoi value and efficac\ tte certificates published in this and other city pa, era. . Preiured and ?old, wholesale an 1 ..-tail, and for exportation, hr A- c- SANDS & CO.. Dtuggists, (O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1843

HHRKflflBflflH THE TRIBUNE. Singular Salt Depository.?An officer of the United Slates Dragoons, writing from WashiU river to the Cincinnati Gazette, August 5th, give* the following statement of the Sail Ptain of th< prairies. 44 About 200 miles from Fort Gibson wc came to the Great Salt Plain. This was one object of our journey, and the sight was truly gratifying The bed of the river (the Ncscutunga) was w ?>. dened, being near six miles in width, and ten in length; the river running by one side of it. through a small channel in the "sand, while this upper plain throughout was covered by a crust of sah as white as" snow. We approached it through sand hills and when within four or five miles ol it, the plain looked like an immense salt lak) which liad dried up aud left the salt in its bed. We found the salt to have a local origin; it comes to the river in a creek which is very salt. Thw overflows the plain arid leaves the water to crys. talize on the surface. Heavy rains will n...

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