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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 September 1842

Z ~ liit ci ? *era, or true skinf.covering, a? it does, tue mi Jesuruc ol tin humaii iKxm 1$ 01 the most >!ial tm? pC ?nee. I? to an regard* l*-a.tfi and I? asty ; be die f ramthrous rwhich.in cnonection with the n er raus ?v.. DBMii UoiU oornniunion w,Uitiie exieroal world. Ii Ibia Imp ? iant membrane tbe nerves terminate in their 3K delicate ? ?...ificattons, and tbe sense of toucii is ren j dso va uable. Diseases ol' tbe skin have attracted com t'rrely bu tittle importance until within a short period, perhaps diere never was a time when so much interest fc i?een ru*? il?-?tetl as at tbe present, lioth on account 01 lite local ravages of this class 01 maladies, and ol their be theatteiHlaots ol tbe nm?t obstinate chronic con^itu toafl disord.-r? The ostmph-xion, otherwise transparent, " brained by p**mplesjpurbule*Of glandular enlargements, "^^exiag nadrr the skin,which not only endanger health, Ii-, la nthe cases, dark, livid spots, blotches or car des. approacMiig a state ?| ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 September 1842

Freaa Graba?'? Mugailnu for Oct THE RETURN OF YOUTH. ?T ? a c uarsjtT. r*i <n*?d thou ?monra tor tbe mldan wr*?.. tie. mim with ?ri era*, upon the mJ* ' Of cnrerful hepe, tbaifil>d CworitHrhh l.rhi . ?y *? 6^n^o?? thought toVpeak. mm* ?fttarM wat tbtoe, aid ?ort, ol larUc 8ni?wnwd the ?Bode? crluMon to thy r?K-rk_ Thou iock-? forward on the earning ?aY> laddering to feH their ahadow ?.. i u?#e ere-n A mto, thick-art with eaaaffte and .Kin ' aSJ?,5? d?^w*nJ lo PUc' " ' oaatawa sleep. Aad ibey wbo wulked with tbre to fife* ftm ?TIl Leave one by ow ihv w.ie. ax! wauine orar ' Thou aeett taeaad companion* of thy are?. ' Pull k>e? of real, and wearnaeaa and f-mr. Yet friere tboo pot, ? or think thy youth it rone. War derm that ifkmooa tasaaon e'er could d.r, Tbv pleasant youth j a little while withdrawn, Waiu on ?e bor too of a brighter aky ; Waits. like the m >ra. t.al folda her wing* and bid**. Till tbe alow war? bring back her Uawoing boor Wanv lik? he vanished ?pring, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1842

THE Nr^T-V?RK TRIBUNE it pub.'Is'ir* ererv raorainjr, ^: No. 3? street. New-York, and dehvered Im Citv Subscribers lor NINE CENTS perwee-k. Single copses Two Cents.? Jt^Sabscrrbera.JHPwrannniii,!^ advance, and the paper ?o do case continued beyond the lime tor which it is paid Subscriptions taken for Six Monilis. ' Terms of Advertising.... For each Ad vcrtlsement of f EN lines or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Cents do. forea b subsequent insertion. 25 u ?do. lor SIX insertions, or one week.Jj $q u do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 to ? Longer Advertismentt at equally favorable rates. Marriages Religious and Funeral Notices, not exceedine five linns. 25 cents. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper for the Country'.!* published every Saturday morning, a: lie atr price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE, American Magazine** for October. Graham's Magazine, under the Editorial su? pervision of Mr. GriswolD, has become one of the very best monthlies in the country. It con?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 27. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or kentucky. FOR GOPKRTfOR, LUTHER BRADISH, ol' franklin co. FOR LIEUT. GOyERyOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OV kings. DistritL kor senators. wi JOH> FRO TIll.WJHAII, Fulton Co. 1V lAftA UASCAJLLi, Franklin Countv. VIlI.-IlAKVjfcY PCJX1YA9I, Wyoming County. Election, November 8? (onv ii a y only.) PUBLIC MEETING. X ' Ib Democratic ?General Wfai^ Com? mittee, Sept. 15, 1842: Resolved. That it be recommended to the Democratic Whig Electors of the City and County of New-York to as? semble at NATIONAL hall, on Wednesday Evening, 28th inst. at 7$ o'clock, for the purpose of receiving the Ue portof the Delegates to the Syracuse Convention, and ?f respending t ? the nominations thetv made of Henry Clay for President of the t'niled States; and of LUTHES ISrad xsn for Governor, and Gabriel FurmaN for Lieutenant Governor of this State. By order. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. j. EL Hobart Haws. > ., , . Edward...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1842

CITY IN TKL LIO E N C Jt Court Calender?This Day, September -27th. Cikciit Col'RT.?Nos. 9 to 15, 18, 2", 2?, 2*9. 22. 2-5 to 3L Common Fur.as.?Part M: No-. 25,17, 149.153, 157. 161, 131,5, 7, 75, 65,39. 101, 139.?Pan 2 i. at 3j o'clock: Nos. VJZ, 58, 160, 138, 164,166; 168, 17l>, 172. 174, 176, 178,184, 48. Monday, September 26. Board of Aldermen.?The Board'met at 5 o'clock, present the President and all the members. The minutes were read and approved. Invitation of the Trustees of Columbia CoI.ege for tin Board to attend the Annual Commencement on the 4th Oc? tober next. Also, an Invitation of the American Institute to attend its annual Exhibition on the 10th proximo, com? mencing at noon: Both invitations accepted. Petitions presented a.id referred.?Of Allanson Pest, lar re? payment of an atsessoient foropemngMoaotMoresSquare; of M. C. Perry, tor correction of assessment; ofJSngine Co. No. 4, for a new location; ofJ?mes Aucbincless and George Forward for redaction <vf tax ; ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 27 September 1842

For The Tribune. THE SAME OLD COON." Am : 6 Sittin' on a RaU." ?'The Whig* are recommencing; all tli*ir old devices of 1340. The same Old Coon i* ia the Held again." fLoco-Foco Paper. I. As I walked out, <iis arternoon. To git a drink, by de light ob d<* moon, Dar I see dat ? same Old Cooh ' A sittin' on a tree? A sittin' on a tree, A sittin' on a tree. A sittin' on a lice? And looking worry glad. IX Says I to him, " wot make you grin ? De Lokies say yott's as dead as sin ; But dar you is?de same old skin? A sittin1 on de tree. &C." III. ' Ob course I ar,' says he, ' and soon De Whigs will sing de good old tune About dis worry 'same Old Coon ' A sittin' on de tree, &c. IV. 'When Massa Harrison?bless his soul!? Begun de great Whig ball to roll, Why. here I sot, and see de whole? A sittin' on dis troe; Sec. V. ' One ting dar was in dat campuin 1 hope to neber sec again? It giv dis Old Coon so much pain? A sittin' on de tree, &c. Lookin* werry had. VI. *De way * Old W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE I? published evrrv morning, at No. SO Artn street, Nr-?--York, a*d delivered t* City Sul*cr.h*r? tor f*JN K CENT* per werk. Single copies Two Cents.? Ma J Subs*r:beT?, $4 per annum,la advance, and the paper m do case continue*! beyond tbe time for which it u paid, gobecrfptioo* taken for Stx Months. Terms of Advertising... .For each Advertisement of TEN iines or Jens (over sis) first insertion. 60 Cents. do. for ?a h mbseqoent insertion. 25 " oe, for SIX insertion*, or one week.$150 " do. for TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 11 Longer Advertisments at equally favorable rates. Marriage*, Religious aad h nneral Notices, not exceeding fl?eUnos725 cents. O" The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a ?ery large paper, tor tbe Conrrtrr, is published every Saturday morning, at tbe aw pnee oV $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. SpoaTiMo Scenes and Sundry Sketches ?, From the MiscvUaneoos Writing* of J. Cypress, Jr. Edited bv Frank Forester. 2 vets. 12 too. ?Jould, Banks it Co. Ml Nasiiao-sti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1842

THE TR IB ? NE^ WEDNESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 28. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or ritAXici-'n co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, Of KING*. ZHttrieL r?* senators. ,v. JOHN FKOTIII.XCJnAJI, Fulton Co. {ASA IIAWCAI^t., Krankhn County. V11I..JMLAUV1SY PUTNAM, Wyoming Cour.ty. Election, November 8 ? (on? day only.) PUBLIC MEETING. I la democratic Ciencral Whig Com? mittee, Sept. 15, 1842: Resolved, That it he recommended to the Democratic Whig Electors of the City and County of New-York to as? semble at NATIONAL HALL, on Wednesday Evening, 28th insL at 7J o'clock, for the purpose of receiving the Re? port of the Delegates to the Syracuse Convention, and n( responding 11 the nominations there made of Henry Clay for President of the United States; and of Luthek Bkad ish for Governor, and Gaiiriel Firman for Lieutenant Governor of ?iis State. By order. ELLIS POTTER, Chairman. J. H. Horart Haws,} a#rrmar:k Edward E. Cowle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1842

MONEY_MARKET. Sale* at the Stack Exchange, Sept. 27. 25 DeL&Had.slOd 83 i 50 Harlem. 16* 31 do. 83 ! 50 do.stw Itj 25 do.?10d 82}! 36 Aub. it Roch. R_80 20 Manhattan Co.eo [150 Long Isl.sGOd 501 26 Bk of Com.full 83 I 25 do.50j 24 do.83j!J00 do.b?0d 50J 20 Franklin Bk.Cin.... 42 [150 do.5o? 10 Mohawk R. 34 1 !5 Canton Co. 18j Caumercial and iTloney Ulattera. T?ESDAT P. M. The business at the Board was very light to-day, and al the close the market was heavy, though without much effect in prices. New-York City Fives,'58, declined 1 Irom last sales, Canton j. Long Island J. Nothing was done in Har? lem for cash. In State stocks the sal's v. ere as follows: $2,000 N.Y.Water L'n.'53 R0 l$9,0M Kv.6*,(>on'l<.77? $1,000 Ohio Sixes, 1880..c 72J1 An offer has been uade from this city to the Secretary of the Treasury, of par for one and a half millions ol the Gov? ernment loan, but as It was coupled with a privilege lotake the balance at the same rate within ninety dsys, was re fuse...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 28 September 1842

From the Democratic IIe%iew lor October. AN INCIDENT IN A RAILROAD CAR. BY s. K bOWELL, He spoke of Burns: men rude and rough Pressed round to hear the praise of one. Whose breast was made of manly simple stuff, As homespun as tbeir own. And, when he read, they forward leaned, And heard, will? eager hearts and ears, Hjs bird-like songs whom glory n?ver weaned From humble smiles and tears. Slowly there grew a tender awe. Sun-like o'er faces brown and bard, As it in him who read they felt and saw Some presence ot die bard. It was a sight for sin and wrong, And slavish tyranny to see, A sight to make our faith more pure and strong la high Humanity. I thought,these asen will carry hence Promptings their former life above, And something of a finer reverence For beauty, truth, and love. God scatters love on every side, Freely among his children ail, And always hearts are lying open wide Wherein some grains may fall. There is do wind but sows some seeds Ol a more true and open life, AVhicb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1842

THE NFVv'-\ e;Ri< TRIBUNL ji pob! ishei ?v?'v morntug. at No. 30 Am. ttreet, New-York, a-d delivered to C:tv Subscribers :or NINE CENTS per week. Single copies Two Genf*? Mail SnbscrhVrs, S>1 per annum, i.i advance, and tbe ppper w no case continued beyond tbe time for which it is paid. Subscriptions taken for Sis Months. Terms of Ad verti -ans.... For each Advertsememt of TEN lines or less (over sis) first insertion. 50 Cents. do. for ea b sub'equent insertion. 25 " do for SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 " do! tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 5 00 " Longer AdvertisavenU at equally favorable rates. Marriages Religions and Funeral Notices, not exceeding five linw. 25 cents, rrj* Ti.c WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for the Country, b published every Saturday mommg, *t the ow price of $2 per anHur.i. in advance. ~THE TRIBUNE. LITERARY INTELLIGENCE. We observe a Prospectus in circulation lor a new Quarterly Magazine to bo called " The New Esclasder,'' to lie published simultaneo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1842

THE TRIBUNE. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29. WHIG- STATB NOMINATIONS, FOR PRESIDENT. HENRY CLAY, or kkntccky. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, ur franklin co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, or kings. Dis triff. for senators. ,vtJOn\ FKOTHI.^CillAM, Fulton Co. \ AHA IIAMCAIili* Franklin County. Vlll..UABY?V PIT.VAM, Wyoming County. Election, November 8 ? (one day only.) \\'hi% Senntorini Convention?. Firtt District? At the Broadway House. N. York, Oct. 1L Tatrd District? At tbe Mansion House. Albany, Oct. 1 L Fifth District? At L'lica, Oneida County, Oct. 4th. Sixth District?At Coming. Steoben Co. Oct. 6 h. Seventh District?At Auburn. Cayuga Co.,Sept. 28. O" The office of the Tr bunk will be removed noxt weektothe new building No. 160 Nassau-strket in front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hail. The arrangements for printing and publishing the Daily and Weekly Tribune will be greatly extended, and such im? provements made in tbe paper as it is hoped will insure a continua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1842

MONEYMARKET. ?nie? ni the ??eck Exthnngr, Mrpt. 28. 5 Del. itHii.l.cash *2J Pbeatx Hink.70 25 Mohawk R..hSd 33} 250 Harlem.s4m 1f> 15? do.U3J 5P-1 25 Stonington R. 17} 100 do. 177 50 do. 17 50 Long Island R R.DO Aub. it Hoch. R .... $9 2o0 do.cash 50Jj 5 Canton Co. 18* 300 do. 50i: ?y?n?wi?*rrinl nod iHoner IJJntter*. The sales at the bo.ird were quite light this morning.? Canton Company closed at an advance of j upon cur 'final quotations of yesterday. Delaware declined J, and Long I.-land R.R j percent. No cash sales at Harlem, on lime is sold at in. Exchange?Foreign?Tborc is a fair demand to day (or bills on London. We contibue quotations at 2 a 8j dercenl premium. Bills on Paris 5f 3IJ a5f SO; .Amsterdam, 39J; Hambarg r>"4 n 35$; and Premen 76 a 7G1 cents. AmceiCaN Stock*.? Lmrfnn, Sept.C?Indiana fives, 20J ? Louisiana sterling five*, 60; New?Y< ri. five*, 1858,76; Penn tiylrania live?. 18tin 34 a 35; South Carolina lives. (Palmer's) 72j; United Slates Bank shares, 15. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 29 September 1842

From the Cincinnati Gazette. HARRY, THE HONEST AND TRT7E. TvtiX ?" Rosin the Bow." Ye callant. true Whir** of the army That conquered with Tippecanoe, Come with in and join n< w the standard Of " Harry, the honest and true.*' Of Harry, the honest and true. Our Harr}', the tried and the true : "Who " fought in the ranks/' as a soldier With us for old Tipp-vanoc. We have not, my friend*, now to lead us, Our former Commander, 'tis true. For death his been here and promoted Our Chieftaiw. brave T;pppcmo<?: Our Chieftain, brave Tippecanoe: Our gallnnt old Tippecanoe; He'? left us to join the high army Of those who are faithful and true! Yet in the same cause we re united, We fight t.he same enemy t.>o. And have, for our leader, invited The friend of old Tippecanoe. The friend of old Tippecanoe, Our honest old Tippecanoe: He's left none behind him mor1"* worthy Than Harry, the gifted and tue! We know that he never will leave us, To join with the enemy's crew: We know he will neve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRiB?NE !? publisher every rooming, at No. :>i. Ann ?Irrel, New-York, and delivered t? City Subscribers tor NINE CK NTS per werk. Single copies Two Cents.? M?8 Subscriber*, $4 per annum. i?i advance, and the pa:.*-r m no case continued beyond (be l?ue ibr which U is paid. SuWripikwix taken lor Six Months. Terms of Ad vertising.... For each Adver?s<jme-nt of TEN hues or less (over six) first insertion. 50 Ceits. do. for ea h subsequent insertion...... 115 " do. *or SIX insertions, or one week.$1 50 " do. tor TWENTY-FIVE insertions. 51? " Longer Advertismeou at equally favorable rates. Marriages, Rofigros aad Funeral Notices, not exceeding five linos, 25 cents. D" Tbc WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large piper, for the Country, is published every Saturday morning, at the ?w price of $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. For The Tribune. Messrs. Editors: If you would suggest the plan of giving the 14th proximo (which is the day of the Croten celebration) as a * holyday ' to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1842

T^gE TRIBUNE._ FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 30. WHIG- STATE _NOMIN ATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or rxAXKLis co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN, or KINGS. IMstricL r*?? senators. ,v(JOHN FROTHI.Y?IIA*I, ruitoo Co. f A8A JHANCAJL.L.? Franklin County. Til I.. 11A KVJKV I'tT>A.tj. Wyoming County. Election, Nornmlifr 8 ?(on* day only.) Whig Senatorial Convention?). First District?At the Broadway House. N. York, Oct. 11. Third District?At the Mansion House. Albany, Oct. U. J?t/? i>i?frurt?At Uuca, Oneida County. OcL4tl?. Sixth District?At Corning, Steuben Co. Oct. 6.h. S*oenth District?Al Auburn, Cayuga Co.,Sept. 28. fjr The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and spacious buildings. No. |60 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. KT The Wme Almanac and United States Rlgjs. ter is published and may be had at this office. Price 12J cents. ET It is expected that Mr. Webster will deliver bis grea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1842

O* Lenry dfc Co., No*, 4 ana 5 Astor House. New ?York. Hauers, will introduce ?n Wednesday, the 21st insL, anew and elegant article of gentlemen's Black Fur Hats, at $3,62$ each, in explanation of which we submit the tol lowing remarks; Since the origin of our entabilshment, we have had in view, and have strictly adhered to three distinct purposes in our manufactures, viz : Economy in price. Improvement of quality- and taste, and Hie perfecting a STANDARD OF FASHIONS FOR THE UNITED STATES, indepen dent of the European, all of which have been successfully effected, resulting in a most important saving to the cam jxtunity at large, and an equally vatisfactory remuneration to onrselves, consequent upon the extensive patronage ?which we have reewived. Our improved FIVE DOLLAR HATS, so superior in material, elegance of style and perfect finish, that imme? diately upon their introduction, they became not only pre? eminent at home, but celebrated in London and Paris, and elicited the highe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 30 September 1842

For Tbc Tribune. Easto.v, Pa , September, 1342. I aend vou a rough kind of a Log Cabin Sou ?which I beg leave to dedicate to the Whig Youn Men of the State of New-York. Lkhighto.v. the W?Tg rifle. Air?"Old Rosin the Bow." Come true gallant Whigs of the Union? Though cheated, we'll never complain; If a traitor has snapped our Whig Kifie, We 'II pick flint and try it again: We '11 pick flint and try it again, We '11 pick flint aad try *Z*ia 5 If a traitor has snapped our Wbig Rifle, We 'li pick flint and try it again. It>s time we fell in with a Judas, A dotard botb srlfi>h and vain; And he 'i awda our Whig Rifle burn priming, Eat we '11 pick flint and try it again: But we'll pick flint and try it again, i.e. f?s eyes have growa dim with the vapors, Abstractions have addled bi? brain; And whatever be shoots at he misses? But we '11 pick flint and try it again: But we 'II pick flint and try it again, lie. Brave William, when be lay a-dying, Ga?e up the Wh;g Uifle with pain; And f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 October 1842

^^"new-york tribuni" i.iishee" "-ery morning, at No. 30 Aru U ?1NW-York. and delivered to City Hubsertben for fSEk CENTS per week. Single copies Two Cental u.15nb*crRx r?. $4 per aauwnt,t'ni advance, and tbe pape. CVf, continue.; beyond tbe linae for whicb 11 !* paid Ba&aP**- ukcD for 811 Monti*. Te~n* of fldverlMag.... For cai.b Adverti5Ctn*mt ol cKS Hees or Irs* (over six) first /n-ertion. -50 Or.c l-^a h subsequent insertion. 25 5 for SIX inwitwn*. or one week.$150 " a SrfWKNTY-KlVJ? in*ert;o*a. 5M " ixrt-rer VlvertisrnenU ? equally favr,r?ude rates. Jf^ges, K^'igidu* awd Funerai Notice*, not exceeding rrr Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large p*pex. to CTcoanXry. is published every Saturday Aorning, at the l* price oi g P^f annum, ia advar.ee._ t he trib une._ GOV. SEWARD'S ADDRESS the Annual Fair of the Sew-York Stale Agricultural Saciely. At tbe Capitol, AlbTTTy, Thursday, Sept. 29. IHvported for Tee Tribune.] rxLtow CiTiXiHi: The display of animal and vejjetv Me pr*dactions, C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 1 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1. WHIG ?T?TE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTCCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, or KINGS. JRistritC rea senators. n?iJOKT FROTHI.\CHAM, Fulton Co. 1 {ASA HA?CAL.Ii, Franklin County. VIll..liABVIf\' Fl/XWAJH, Wyoming County, election, Notimher 8 ?(one day only.) Whig Senatorini Conventions. First x^ufrici?At the Broadway Bouse, N. York, Oct, 11. Tkm-d District?At the Mansion House, Albany. Oct. 14. Jfiflk District? At I'uca, Oneida County, Oct. 4th. ~%mrh X>ulrift?At Corning, Steuben Co. Oct. C.h. ?waM Z>i*ra-u<-At Aubnrn, Cayuga Co.,Sept. 28. ET The Office of The Tribune is removed to the xt?w and spacious buildings, Kb. 160 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Pork, and nearly opposite the City Hall. _ O" Advertisers will please hand in their advertisements for Monday's paper, before 9 o'clock tbLsevening. TO CORRESPONDENTS: " A Midshipman in ths Nuvy," misunderstands the...

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