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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1842

MONEYMARKET. gale* fit the Stock EscSuiBsge, Oct. 6. a-eroN Y.fiS 1862.88?|100Long Island. ... ?i Sm onvo 6$, is-0.7i| so do.:.*n J*Voao do do.7IJ 29 Stoningtoo R....,.80d 161 pSJo do.s60d 71 10 New-Jersey R 65 ?vo N Y. City 7s, '32. 102 '350 Harlem.*60d 15 Joel L Hod. 82 -100 do.15A ?Farmers' Loan.16i i 50 do.. bl5d 15* w Kentucky Bank.40 ?00 do. 15} 10 Manhattan Fire 1. Co 98 '1W do.b60d 15} I?. Mohawk.S2i second board. lf? Lone Wand R Co.... 49 I 50 do .s3d 49$ . do,.Md 49 I Commercial and! money Itlaucra. Thursday P. M. The sales at the Board to-day were to moderate extent and principally of Harlem, which declined $ per cent. Del? aware fell off" $, Fanners' Loan J, Long Island L State stocks continue heavy. State Sixes, 1862, fell off" { percent; Ohio Sixes $; our City Sevens sold at 2 per cent premium. The Exchange market is very dull, and the British Queen which sails to morrow w?l take hut a small amount "f bills. The rate* have declined and arc not firm. VYe quote Ster? lin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 7 October 1842

STANZAS to OUT. WHO may UN?ERSTAJT? THE?. ? _ UV ACGCSTUS SNODGP.ASS. Through tbe valley, o'er the mountain, By the ?bore of Life'? swift stream, I have wandered far the Fountain That restores young Love's first dream. 'Tis the fountain sought by sages. Which renews the pulse of Life; AD the pangs of Love assuages, . Calms tbe troubled bosom's strife .' I have sought it, nor bave found it;? It flown silent in tbe earth ; Guardian's fierce-fore'er surround it, Not a drop can we pluck forth! I have sought it, and shall lind it, When Life's river backward flows ; When Death's chains to nw shall bind it. And" its waters round me close. Then, dread Mem'ry, then thou'lt vanish ; Night her sable wings shall wave ; Death our toituring cares shall batiisli, Mem'ry sleeping in tbe grave ! There the fountain ever sparkling, Washes idle griefs away ; And the soul in sorrow darkling, Bursts resplendent into Day ! I have loved thee?long and madly ; Tbeu bast smiled, and seemed like Truth: I belie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 October 1842

i .^.HI?wwmihi, I THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNf i1??bH??'*d eterjr morning hi No. 160 Nas LUtree'- ?opprwite t'?r City Hnllj Ne*-York.Bi,d defiv !?Al to City euhscnbers lor NINE CENTS per week. ?ifl^rcT1'^ TwoCrstts. Mail sub?n-nr>ers, $4 00 pei U^ir?. W advance, and the paper in mi case continue! vronrl the time tor wlucb ll i? paid. Subscription* la ifn for Su .Months. Terms of Advertising.... Por each .Vi verUsenHrnt or TIN hnr* or l**? (over ?ui first Insertion. 60 Cents ' ?- r,\ \- ?ulssequp?t insertion. 25 " ul tor SIX Iswertftfvi, *r one week.1150 " ? ?rTWENTY-nVK irawttona. 6 00 " rjjnjrer Advrrusmenu at equally favorable rates. Harras*e?, ?o/ijriois? and Kurveral Notices, not exceedin? I?. ?os*. 25 reals. fj Tht WEEKLY TRIBUNE,a very large paper, fb. ief (kjanu-y. is published every Satarday morning, at tin 0 priee ol $2 per annum, m rsrtvanee. *I THE TRIB UN E. Ittrtarn "Xottrrs. ri| strrcKRasocKVt? for ttaober 1842 Mm au flaawoslreet. We are Jni? in chronicling tlie punctual ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3. WHIG STATS _KOMlK?dTIOHS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KEjtTCCVV. fOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. or nUNKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR. GABRIEL FURMAN, or Krwct. IMttrieL FOR SENATORS* IV. \ AfiA BfAMCALL. Franklin Co. [ rwo Ycars.1 v..tllf:.VX'EK RICK ?'f County. VHL.JHAKVJEY J^l'TWAM, Wyoming County. Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?font day only.) ~~tt Tho Democratic Whig County Cob ?hl m?etnt ibe Broadway House on Monday Jvemor. tbe 10lh iMt.at 7 o'clock, lor the purpose 0 nom? inator thirteen persons for Members of Assembly, and ?.ne for Kr?uter of tlie City and County of New-\urk, lo be supported at tbe e.wumg *l???n ^Bj orderofthe Ottxt^a^^, . ELLIS I O i I ER, Chairman. J. H. Hobart Haws. > Edward E- Covatt, J Secretaries. oS 2t Tbe Democratic Whigpapers will please copy. XT The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and spacious buildings, No. 160 NASSAU STREET, in front or the Park, and nearly opposite the City Hall. ICT The Whir Alma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 October 1842

THE NEW WORLD For Sm'rday, Oct. 8. will contain THE JACOBITE *' LOMSBS.*" Original Tal?, by Miss IsabeUa A. Smith, of I Ql3Sgow, Scotland. THE PASS OF LENEY, with a rifl)did Engraving. THE MISER'S DAUGHTER, se I chapters of this best novel of the day, by W. IL ^worth- CHAPTERS ON WINE, the conclusion of M eccentric and humorous article. A NIGHT IN HAD nos HALL, an extraordinary circumstance, try the author of"Letters fltxttAncient English Halts and Castles." THE PROSE POET OF GERMANY, by Tark Benjamin, from fit Arti't. Familiar Episllc* from an Elderly Gentleman on Half-Pay- ?J w Maxwell, au?ior of" Stories of W?. Krioo/'&c THE QUEEN IN SCOTLAND,by D.Mac Ifiji Letters from a Pedestrian, No. A. Original Poetry, rjuladian Anecdote. Scrap Book, and the current News ofibeDay.'orcign and domestic ; Letter from Europe, 4cc. price 61 cents single?$3 a year. Office 30 Ann-st. PL Y. rj BOOKS FOR THE PEOPLE.?Animal Cbkmis tit, a valuable and instructive work, price 25 cents EB? ciTit Keen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 8 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. jLook on thin Pictare ! In 1241 the Stute of New-York, was " under Whig management." Dunn* that year the E\ pr.NDlTtREs were as follows: Interest on the State Debt.$$19,704 Expenses of the State Government. 7,84,371 Expenses and Repairs of Canals. 521,526 Grand total.$2,?6?i The receipts for the same period wer* Canal Tolls and interest on deposits, etc-$2,123,96(1 Auction and salt duties.- 337,141 Register * fees and miscellaneous.- 75,0*0 Grand total.$2,541,166 Excess of Rtciitris oreR Exr-sNoiTtntts, During this %ettr the Public Works were in progress, and n"o tax was- laid upon the 1 eople. jV?w on Thi? : In 1842 the State of New-York wa* '? ander Regency management." During this u?r tho Expenditures (wo rjucte from the Argus of Octo? ber 5tb.) ure eatim-led to be as fellows : Interest on State Debt.?1,230,000 Expenses of State Government. 800,000 Expenses and repair-' of canals. 400,000 Grand total.*2.430.000 The Receipts for the same period, according to the same ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1842

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ~Hiialir<i evcrr morn ht g at No. 160 Nas t????? ioppMhe the City HulW Ncw-York.nnd deliv ?????fc it ?ai?cribm tor NINE CENTS j>er week? SKucoDJ? Two Cents. Mail Subscriber*, $4 00 per rnnm in advance, and u> paper in no case continued brvoftd tbe time lor wuir,J ll " VM' Subscriptions ta? ken for 8is Months. T?mM ?i Advert?sing:.. ..Kor ew.li AdverUs?Mrnt or T&H U?** "r tt*NS (?*** ?**) ^rst 'T?0?. ?U CeatS <? hireab subsequent insertion... 26 '? ?tT t,r SIX irtiertio??, ?r one week.flau " ST ?rfWKNTV^lVK insertions. 5 00 " ?injrer Ad?ertl?n?enu at equally favorable ratet. jlarric^efc, KeliRwa* a*d Funeral Notices, not exceeding I re lio*?. 2i> cent*. ?y TU? WBttKLV TRIBUN K, a very large paper, lor il* country, u published cv>-:> Saturday hioiuuik, at tbe ?w price ol $2 per ?oisuin, in a?! viince. "the tribune. CIRCULAR To the People of ?he State of Ntic- Yuri: TtUdV C'xtiitnt: - Tbe Senior Central Stain Committee, appointed by the rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 10. WHIG STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or KKJUTUCKY. FOR ii?VERXOR, LUTHER BRAD1SH, OK FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVF.RyOR, GABRIEL FUEMAN, O? KINKS. District FOR SENATORS, Election Tuesday, Sov. 6?(one day only.) rr The l>eiMO?r??.c WUig County Cou for KetfiMeri iupwirieri at the ensumt* election. Hv order of the Oenera! Committee. ' ELMS POTT Kit, Chairman. J. II. HoBART Haws, ) ?du-aku E. COWLts, ) Secretaries. 08 2t The Democratic Whig papers will please copy. ET The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and spacious building?, No. 100 NASSAU STREET, in front of the Pars, and nearly opposite the Otty Hall. BGT.The Whig Almanac and Cniteo States Rccis* TER may be obtained in all the principal Cities from tbe agent?, ol the Tribun? and from the Booksellers. Price Si per doz*n, $7 per hundred, or for single copies 12J Reals 10* Do not fail to read the Circular of thk Whiu State Committke on our First Page. Il effectually e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1842

MONEYJV?ARKET. doles ?t the Stock Exchange, Oct. S. ???N Y &, 1855 ... 79 I 2ft do. 154 '???Sv'kvSixeV.77 75 do..lud 15J WEVSgaAm... 7U> 25 do.slOd 151 .?MM 71 S60.1 71 .6od 72 ?&? do.bsndM *T*m .i? 25 do.?*<>??7I? ?25 do.**?7i I***** . CAd T' IS imnou'esVitHoTod is goo Mian? Bonds. 21 ?Tann do.?* '>s f? BSelkHad.821 2 "do.S'W82 ?Leather Man. Bank.. 87 ? Amer fix Bk.6L g Farmers' Loan.loj 14 Atlantic M. Ins. C??.. % 100 Long I?land. 4??? 120 do. 49| 675 do. 49 75 Mohawk. 321 5Aub. 4i Koch. R .... 391 10 Harlem . 15* 50 do.s10? 15* 1*9 do. 15-} 75 Stonington R. loi 25 do. IS* 25 do. 15J 5 Cam?n Co. 1" SSCOMO BOARti. ottUntr Islam! R Co.... 49 |15<t Harlem.slms 15 gWdo.vims 49 I Cetatmercial nnd Money ITIntters. Satu?dIy P. M. 1'be businev? of the Board was quitr large. Of Lo"K yawl about 1400 -bares were sold, i losing at 49, a decline ?L 9om ? holders are ?M*iluie,learic<; a call for another,.li? niment. Delaware was firm. Mohawk declined i. liar? ?a ,,Slon...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 10 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. 1,-cicrcof John <|niocyA?lanit.before the Beacon ?,secura. Correspondence *f The Tribune. Boston, Oct. 7,1842. The usual season for popular Lectures, tinder the direction of ihe various Literary and Scientific association?? which exist in our city, ha* again oc? curred ; anil la?t evening, agreeably to a previous announcement, the Hon. JotlN Q?lKCT Adams de? livered the introductory Address before the Bos? t?n Lyceum. The doors of the Odeon were thrown open an hour heiore the time appointed for the Lecture, but riot until hundreds had gathered in the street impatiently waiting for entrance ; and that spacious building '.vas crowded in every part by one of the most fashionable and intelli? gent audiences that ever convened within its wall*.. The deine to *.?* the venerable old Patriot,.and 'listen to-bis tremulous but powerful eloquence, increases with bis advancing year* and with the weight of honors conferred upon him by a grateful and confiding people. On his entra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1842

!" ?^^'?"?.a^rirvers for'N?NE CENTS per week? ?t-? jTofeTwo Cemts. Nail Subscribers, $4 00 per -^ m advance, and the pape?"ln no ca** continued ?"""?.'fh* time for which il is paid. Subscriptions ta ??Moans. ,^m of Adverusing...-For each Ad vejtlscment of Ttfn_lT.r less lover su) firsl insertion. 50 Cenu t*Zmin pbanoeat mssrtioa. 25 " *l S ?>1X iwertjons, or one week.$1 50 " ? "JlwKNTY-FIVEiiisertJons. 6 00 " S? *! AdvertJAmcnU at eooally favoralde rates, j Kure?, Relipo? and r uneral Notices, not eiceit?ne rS*?.' THE TRIBUNE. SLitctarn "Notices. 1 nili ? \ M'Eazioe for Literature, Philovipliv and r-,.^0.' No. X. October, 1*42. Bo ?ton . E. P. Pea x,i-!nn *-.??? ?iew York; C.S. Francis. . Ve bare not now to express, our conviction r>( ?. r)rtbof thi?. Magazine, or to indicate Us gen : character. Qur reader? are already familiar ^ejboth, and are ready, su,h of them as are fa .,._ witii the wort itself, wo doubt not, to wel >fl? its appearance as that of a valued friend, /fa ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11. WHIG, STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OV tttflTOCKT. FOR GOFER fiOR, LUTHER BRADI3H, or rsui-kxi?. co. for lieut. uoverxok, GABRIEL F?RMAN. OS KINO!.. JJutucL FOR SENATORS. ivJJOHN ?VKU'l'IIIXiUAJI, KulionCo. I AMA ItAACAI??j.KrauKhu?;.? [Two?earaj v..?jlI?Vr?K BICK of Lewis County. V1..TMO01AS x. JOHNSON? ol Meuben. VIL.WiJjI.IA.n K. ?THONC?.?i-oecaCo. Vlll.-itAItVjx?V JPLT^AJl, wjuming County. Election Tuesday, Nao. 8?(one day ordy.) LO-Central Clay Comnuttee.-A regular meet ingof tb's Committee will be Ue.M at Nawoal Hall, on Wetlnet-day evening, Ute 12th :u?l- hi 7 o'ciocl-, 1er in?: pur? pose ot compleung ?ie election ot officer*. CONRAD SWJiET, Chairman pro tern. James E. Betas, Wecrettovpro ten'. oil ?-*? ET The Office of The Tribune is reme ved to the new and spacious building?, No. J60 NASSAU STREET, In frone of the Fork, and nesjly opposite ihe City Hall. tnrTHE Whig Almanac asu United States Rkc:ir ter may be obtaine...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1842

3J L'nivemiiy of New-York, Sept 3f. 1342. , Qirt to tlie Medical Profession and the Public?The ?edicai Faculty of the University of New-York desire to ake known to the Profession and the public the following That they had occasion during last winter to expel from ?h^ir institntioo, for offence? committed, Mr. James Alexan? derHouston, a Reporter connected with the " New-York Hfrild," and Ihe " Lancet,'* papers of which Mr. James tard?n Bennett is proprietor. Tbat since ihat event those periodicals have indulgetl in ?oceR?nt attacks oa this public institution, misrepresenting ?3 condition- They have widely circulated that it has no neat? of gtving clinical instruction, that it is a failure, that oai o! it? nit mbers. Professor Mott, is about to leave il and 'poto JEarope, with ma;i\' other alterations, which are ut trrly fal??. Whilst, therefore, ihe Faculty make known that all the ?avantages of the New-York Hospital, the Eye and Ear Infirmary, and other similar institutions, are ope...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 11 October 1842

I ?i; TRIB?NE. funeral of I>r. Chacniu^'. Correspondence of The Tr:bur.?j. Boston, Oct. e. The death of Willum Ellkry Cham sing, the eminent Christian and Phiitmtliropist, the luver of his race, hu? already been announced to your calumns in the appropriate language of heart-felt regret and sorrow. His remains having heen con? veyed hither from the place of hit death, w*re yesterday consigned 10 ?icrir resting-place in the peaceful shades of Mount Auburn, amid the tears of a sorrow-stricken multitude, assembled to {.ay ; the last token of rer.pect to one whom they bad , loved and venerated as u. good man and a true servant of God. The funeral rites were performed in the Bem atreet Church, the scene of'his rmstoml iibors and j of that eloquence a* a pteaclier for which he was so widely celebrated. Tiie bouse wus biJed to J overflowing, and among the audience were a large number of our most distinguished men, and mum of the poor, who bud felt in their hearts the. genial influence of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1842

THi? KKW-YORK TRIBUNE ??ocbltshed every morning at No,160Nas Ln-*trert, ?.opposite the Ciiy Hull.) New-York, and deliv i^o City Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week. ???Recopies Two CeKTs. Mail Mubscribers, $4 00 per innaio, m advance, and the paper in no caw continued beyond the time for which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ken tor Six Months. Te?os ?f Ad missing.... For each Ad v***-Us?**n>entoi rgN lines or leas (over six) first insertion. 60 Cents on, for ea b suhsequeat insertion. 25 u An. fcr SIX r-aseTUon*.. or one week.tl 60 M ao. inrTVVENTY-riVKhis-ertiona. 6 00 ?? t^oger Advertismcnu at equally favorable rale*. Marriapes, ReJigioos and Funeral Notices, not exceeding l^?nsa.'ti-'ceai??. XT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for ft* Country, is published every Saturday snommt*, at the ?w pnce of $2 per annum, hi aitvnnce. THE TRIBUNE. Th? 2>iflerenee. The Whigs have so Districted the State of Mas? sachusetts for the choice of Members of Congress that on the poll of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1842

_?_?_?_? TM.K TiU iU NE. WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER L2? WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, W FRANKLIN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, vu.. *???_?_ _,*.__?_ _*y. .*?> J *n?*_-i?**-* ". - * :, Vlil.._f AK.VSSV PliTWAflt, Wyoming Goonty. Election Tuesday, Nov. S?(one day only.) FT MJeemtscratic Wfcijf ???eirat Coinmic me.-A Special ?eeitne <-? mm Cfcrffumut* w?iot hehl at the Broadway House, on Tbu:?;iay ^venirig, Oct. 13:1:, at > o'clock. ELcIS 1*0f ILK, Chairman. _ H _-01V?RT t?AWS* \ Secretaries. , 19 9, Eow. ?. ComLKs, ) (_ ol2 _t ET Centrai Clay Couaminee.?A legularioeet in"of ib- Committee will be held at National Hall, on .VeO_?-fc<Jn.v evening, the 12th last at 7 o'clock, lor the jmr DO?e oi'compfeting Hie election of olbcers. CONRAD sw EET, Cb?irnian pm term James E. Beers, Secretary prv tent. oil i?f VT The Office of The Tribune is removed io the new and spacious buildings, No. MiO NASSAU STREET,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1842

Baabr?pt?. October i?l>. . H Watenhoiu-e, merchanl. N \?-compulsory. ( JS5 of Bulklfy, Merritt ft Ely and other??injunctic *-?5?J?_e*.er Hanford, jr, house carpenter, Wiliiarasburg *^___ Joseph afid A Curcnflings, firm Joseph k Cummm?! ,i?rroerc'iaat_,NY.Novr7. r.mes ?? M i 1er, meraharit, N Y?compulsory, on coi .?ir? of G D Hasbroock, Nov 10. P w? See?, cabinet maker, N Y, Nov 10. ?Tiniufl a House, merchant, No 215 Water?rt?compul* ?on ccmplaint ot John C Cas?, Nov io. ?eorge Graham, builder, N Y, Nov 17. Jl__ Tyson, victualer, N Y, Nov 10. W-,i AdamJ, of lale firms Adams it Crawford and Adar _ Lather, 8*u_erue?, Nov 17. Ira D Bugbce, of late firm Bugbee k Kneeland, m? eta!. ?Y- m C.'TY INTELLIGENCE. Law?ers' D??r??This Dav, October 12th. SCTERIOR Court?No*, 123. 132, 138. 139, ?13, 32. 140, 14 _4 ii3, 145 to 138. inclusive, 1W, 161,162. Circuit Court.?Nos. Ill, 102, 127, _U9.110. 97, 52, 51,5 M II?i, 108, H3, 130. 40. 237. 63, 87, 14a, 144. 127, 209, 82. Common Pi-Kas.?Part l?t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 12 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. A Viast to the Mams*-?11- Car?. Corm-xmdweolTheTnhune. Glascow, Ev. Sept. ?>. 1?.42. When ? was a school-boy and studied Morse's Geography, I ?member seeing therein a long de? scription et* no immense cavern in the Mate of Xenuickv; but tifa* did ? then imagine that I should ever be treading its dark avenue* or dining beneath its magnificent domes. But so it i?. How little do we know in our school-boy days what we may do? or-where we may be in after year?! About a year ago I left my homo among the Green Mountains to travel in the F? West. Af? ter making the voyage of the Great Lake?-, wan? dering over a great portion of the State of lilinois and making trip? on several oi the great rivers, ?with many other peregrination*, I found myself at a small town in Kentucky only eighteen miles from _he Mammoth Cave. Here I heard so much talk of it as a natural cariosity worthy to compare with Niagara, that I determined to visit it forthwith.? So, taking a horse I proceeded thi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1842

A THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ?.tiihed every morning at No. 160 Nas I'P'^i, opposite the City Hall,)lMew.York,and deliv aif,cfcitv Subscribers for NINE CENTS per week. ?_copies Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per 55' fl advance, and the paper in no case continued _*__\ the time for wliich It is paid. Subscriptions ta '?SfxMonths. TKtns af Advertising.... Kor each Advertisenvfeat of .?2 _^or lew (over six) first insertion. ISO Cents. , _-nee* b subset-ueat itwertion. 25 " I!. ?_? SIX is?ei-otrs, or one week.$150 " I **? ^ f WE NT Y-MVK insertion?. 5 00 " > %-jtf -tdrertisniejati at equally favorable rates. I __llizt% K??ftgioofi and Knoeral Notices, not exceeding | _p Tb? WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, tor ! Jcouctry.is published every Saturday ??iMuin_, at the ?"? & _-c,. ol $2 per anaum, m advance. ,?pnc THE TRIBUNE. ??trtaru 'Notices. I ,.,Ci5 and Miantonomon ; A Historical Discourse dt-liv l rretl at Norwich, Cl. July 4, 1842, ou the ereulio- of a Moiiuaient to the memory...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 13 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBKR 13. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of EK ?.TUCK Y. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, or ra_NKLi!? co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL F?RMAN, or KINGS. District FOR SENATORS, __ _ 1V t JOHN FKOTl_I.VQ-.IA-W, Falwn Co. J> ?ASA UAr?tjlIJl,.i'rai)ki?toITrt?nr.] V..(!H?*tTF.X BIX'K ?"J^tf?SiV;? VI..THOi-Ar4 A. .IDH.WOA, of Steuoen. VII..-\VI-:i*lA.TI K. ?TKOIVC. Seneca Co. VI1!..HAKY_Y JPtJTWAJI, Wyoming County. Election Tuesday, Nov. S^fone day only.) -J?BT^* ?'; B\u"%TT?cCn_ir2&at J H. Hosakt B*ws, / secretaries. .,? ?, Row. E. Com-ns. > _ ou -t ?3" The Office of The Tribune is removed to the new and spacious buildings, No. 160 NASSAU STREET, In front of the Park, and nearly opposite .be Oity Hall. ?CTTheWhig Almanac and United States R_m.? tjeb may be obtained In all the princip-l Cili?s from the agents of ibe Tribun? and from the Booksellers. Price $1 per dozen, $7 per hundred, or for single copies 12_ cents, O" An Agent...

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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