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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1842

MONEYJMARKET. guie? at lb?-? Stock Excitan e?*, Oct. 2< ? ?.?nil. Y. 5. 1853 ... 81 I 50 Lcng 1?.bSOd f S?t)kY.6.1882.*_ 50 Harlem.... V?p?*!;? Bank.102 ? 50 ?Jo.s?? .??"ofCoia.fell 834,100 ?lo. g do.?rip 90.?100 do.b?30d SECOND BOARD. Sosalei. ;_ ????saini-Ttrinl and MoBcy Plasters. Monday P. J Tbe bu?*"-*??-** of ?*?<* Board was very light to-day, ??.thlM** or no change in rates. ?Tbe irap'actions in State Stock were abo very light, gtfall rales. Sixes im proved i per cent. There ts more demand to-day for Foreign bills, and tl be been a fair business done. No improvement in n . filing, bi a 6 ; Francs, 5.45 a 5.42$. Some leading So i ttch?hare selling at 5 a 5J. jB lula-'d Exchanges there is not much doing, _-__cep ?n Jit-tnlc. lor which ther?. is a go??i demand and light t ply. The rale has improved lo 12} a 13 per cent. Virg j? rather WOtve. We understand there is some difficulty experien.ee gettingremittances. The Richmond banks pay out netes of the distant branches and r...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 25 October 1842

For The Tribune. THE OCEAN-SIDE DEAD. BTJ.F. KOMAIKS. Ok ! should the brave, true-hearted die Far from his native iand, Leave all he loved on earth, to lie On the wild ocean's strand ? And must he hear the Wind's shrill voice Chanting his requiem there. And have no better, happier choice, Than thus the waves to dare? Shall he, his Country's dearest boasr, Lie down and die alone, With naught but Ocean's noisy host His r.anie and deeds to own? Oh ! huw his inmost ?pirit swells To see his land once more, The spreading plains and lovely dells Which garb hit? home-bound shore. And how he long? to clasp the hands Of friends and kindred free, And wander o'er the piea-ant lands Where well his home might be. Yet more than all, he lungs to die Within hi-? childhood's home, And with hi? cheii?icd parents lie ps'eur where he used to roam. But no?his valley will not be The happy, peacful spot, Where, when his soul from earth is fiee, He'll rest, by none forgot. Oh. no ! for now the ocean's wave ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1842

: THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE ? ,._r.?i?ned every morning at No. 160 Was ? '&??.. (?pod? ?--* ?**y ??{?/) New-York, aud deliv SuCity .obscribers for NINE CENTS per week. lEfcemvcx Tvro Cehts. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per - ja advance, and ti.e paper In no case continued ZtSthe time (or which it is paid. Subscriptions ta g^SaMonths. T?su?! Adrer_siiig....For each AdTertUen__ntor t?., iin?orlcns((.*.?r su) first ?iis-nion..... ?0 Cent?. ?i ?'__?<** b nuaequesa insertion. 25 ?? iC or SLt: li_i??rtio<*?, or one week.*j so *? ? iorT^?NTY-FfVfiinsmioTM. 5 0. ? l^aer Adverdsmenu at equally favorable rates. aj?TU$es, l?aiigioiu and Funeral Notices, not wct-edliif ?.?.aas. 25 cents. XT Tat WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, lor ?c C-ounUry, ia pahhshed evesry Saturday ?icrning, a: tbs 1? price ol $2 per annum, in advance. ^THE TRIBUNE. Remarks of Mr. Clay, Delivered at the Indianapolis Barbecue an the 5th instant. Mr. Clay commenced by saying that the visit ?hich he made to tbe capital of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 26 October 1842

THE TRIB?NE. WEDNESDAY MORNING. tPCTOBER 26. WHIG- STATU J-OMINATIO-?S. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, OF K-t-tTCCtCY FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRAD1SH. OP FR-KKi.!**" CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, 0 ___cs* District FOR SENATORS, I..ISRAB_ OAKf>EY,oi Richmond. H..JOMJBP-I SAPtHKN. of Lister. .*i..a*__*_l. c. ?-ib*o*.,ot.^%?t5d>,*rf, ,V . At*A __A*<A I, ??. C?DH". __r?^n?,^ ' V..CI_?aT?B BtCK of Lew? County. VI..TI-O.HA? A JOH^O*?;, of Steobea. VJI..W__I,-A*"_ it. ?TBO?*fC. Seneca Co. VUl..__AI.V_ f* POVtfAfltf Wyoming County _?*C? ASSEMBLY, ROBERT ?SMITH, JOSKPH BLUNT, ?. 0. BALDWIN, JACOB ACKER. HORACE ST. JO??N, SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD. JAMES C. BRTNSMADE HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER. JCr The Whig Nomintling Committee meet ibis evening for the parp?se of completing riieir Assembly Ticket, anc nominating a candidate for Register. We understand tha the names of several gentlemen were proposed in the Con vention last evening for the latter office, eillie...

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

MONEY_MARKET. galea at the ??eck Ex rinn*-go, Oct. 35. o.(MS Y.7s 1849.lOOi! S5BkofCom.full 83 !T--N.Y.6v 1882.9t> 40 Uttca it 8cheH.100. Snooindiwa Bonds.... 21. .?"O Mohawk.32, CoifkHttd.?al1? do. 32* SECOND BOARD. No ?I? _ Oomracrcial and -Honey if?nt?em. Tuesday, P. M. The sales at the Board to-day were only 22- shares of all ?^criptions. Rates generally were heavy. Mohawk, Syra case k Utica, and Bank Commerce, declined *?; Delaware ?-proved ?. For Harlem, 15$ ofTered, 16 asked ; L Island, A? ottered, 49J asktd. Xbesale of Slate Slocks were small, but at full rates State Sevens and Sixes improved J per cent. Far City Sevens K 2 was offered. Moderate business doing in Foreign bills. We quote Sterling 5$ a 53 -, Francs, 5 45. Mobile continues ig good demand, at J __ a 13; Virginia Ij a l_. Central Is getting worse*at home and thequola! lion here is unsettled. gome of our Bank officers who are rather timid, are gel? ling an unnecessary alarm at the amonnt of specie drawn fer shi...

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

THE TRIB?NE. To tht Editor of The Tribune . I understand that there are a number of Whig:? ?who will not vote at this coming Election. The ?tease they make is, that there are a -number of persons who hold appointments under the Com Tao? Council that serve as Watchmen, and have regular posts. Surely this is wrong, when there are so many Whigs out of employ. Cannot this be remedied before the Election ? A Whio. OSF* We know nothing about the matter here spoken of; but we can imagine no reason why a man who works for the City should not also be a Watchman a* well as one who works for Robert Smith or Goodhue & Co. The proper question--: to be asked are?Do they perform their duties ably and faithfully ? and?Do they ask and re? ceive only the fair market price of their services . If yea, then why may not a lamplighter, for in? stance, be a Watchman, just as properly as a car? penter or stevedore ? The mischisf in the premises i* bote?Services io the public are generally paid for more ...

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

THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE ft published every morning at No. 160Na? M3-itr?*e?. ?opposite the City Hall,) New-York, and deliv ered to Cuy "??titii.-ril.eis tor NINE CENTS per week_ Single cop'e> Two CtNTs. Mail Subscriber-*, $4 of? per _."auu, m advance, and II e paper in no case continued beyond ihr tune for which il is paid. Subscription*? ta? ken (or Sis Months. I'ennsuf Adverti?"n$:....For ?a? b Adver-f^mr-nto' X?N lines or less (over six) fina insertion. ?50 Cents. d_ torea h subsequent insertion. 26 " _?. lor SIX insertion?, ?ir ?me w-eek.$160 " do. tor TWENTY-FIVE insertiom. 6 00 " J?in^"*r A'ivertisiiieiiu at ?-qnally favorable rates. Marri.t.??, Rt-igm-f and Funeral Notices, not exceetiipf _ -e -n??. 2- cent*. OT The WEEKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, fbr tbe Couniry. i? published every Saiorday morning, at ibe. o? pnce oi $2 per annum, in advance. THE TRIBUNE. The Americun fin?nitute . _r. fillftwort-'? Addreit?. The Managers of the Fair of the American In.ti tute have .teat...

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

THE TRIB?NE. THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27. ' . ~ WHIG STATE J_ ? MIN ATI ON S. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTL'CK?*. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. OK f?l?KKLI.N CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, OK KI"G?. ?Vufrtcf. FOR SENATORS, I..I?RAE1? OAKI.EY.ol Richmond. II.-JOWKPfl JA.Pt ?BIS, of Lister. III..A_i_X. ?. UlBr-O.-V, o? Schenectady. ? Vi-JU ftA _? ?OIM1 Nfi BIA.T1, Kuium Co. 1 ( A?A HAHGA????. Kran.UinCo.fi wot ear?. VCnEtTER Bl'CK "i L-wi. County. VI.. TIIO t? ,1M A - J O H Sf-Oir, of fe-ubi-n. vi i.. *tv 11,1.1 a .ta k. -Tito**/*-.. *rnBC*Co* VIII..l_AltVJEV FI;TiVA:TI, Wyttotog County. COUNTY TICKET. FOR REGISTER, GEOK?E ElCt?ELo. FOR ASSEMBLY. ROBERT SMITHi JOSEPH BLUNT. K. G. BALDWIN. JACOB ACKER, HORACE ST. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD, JA'S C. BRINSMADE, HARV-YA. WEED. FLOYD SMITH. SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STEl'HEN SAM.MONS. Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.) FT Third Congressional District.?The De inocratjc Whig Electors of the Firs!, Second, T...

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

MONEYJIARKET. ???le* at tbe ?**-o_k ?Eschnnce, Oct 15000 Indiana Bon.ls.... 2IJ!$3.000 N. Y. It 1849 _neo Uhio Sixes, 1860... 70?)i 20Bko?"Coro. ?r,.) iSo.bI0d7w! 10 Bk of Com. ?l'on*' do .loi] 45 Farmers' Loan. _5j??0 Illinois-*, 1870.... isji 30 Greenwich Fire HoOO do. 181 5 Aub. k Roch It. ?g'?OO do.**0tl 13 ? 50 Long Island. SECOND EOARD. 100 Lor>!-' M?nd Railroad. SX' do do.ofie " oiutni rcii-.l and iTloner "T?att?-i Wednesday, T'ir ?al?js ?l the B"?ard t*?-day amounted to < ?barc> oi -?H descrip t.on>. There wa? no material c In -talc -flock? ihe itu?iue_ was larger than -.yspa-t- The market generally was not firm. OI Ji., declined < per cenL ?Vom the ?an raie. S:ate ard Ilui<ii> Bends i per cent For City Sevens, o?'crrd. T:??u ;s rather nitre irqoiry for Exchanges, ?rntleity io drcl'me i* arrested. Sterling,5J a 6; 5?ii . t.;; Guilders, S8 a 38': Hamburg, 341 a 2 n?eri, '.'..7?-. The supply is not very large, but nci lo? i I? ! much demand with ?uch Uonle...

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

From BUckwood for Oct. BREADTHJ^ND DEPTH. _V iCHl-LtR. Fcll many a -shining wit rrm?? sees With tongue on ni' thing? m ell-converging The what can -charro, tit?? what ran pleas??, In ev?-**ry nice ?ietail rehear-ing. Their ruptures s-otranspon the colle?e. It .?"ernii one bincymoon of knowledge. Yet out they go in silenc-e where They whilom hold their learn?*! prate ; Ah ? he who would achieve the fair, Or sow ihc etnhryo o? the great. Must hoard?to wait the ripening hour ? In tir** lea**-t tnArPL the loftiest power. With wa?r,n boughs and pranksome hues. Aloft in air aspires the stem; The ?glittering leaves inhale the dews. But fruit? ai*? not conc*"?a.'d in them, In the small kernet germa* we see - The forest', future pride? IHK 1 REE ? Parker*? -,-clf-rea-f _?por*t?nl Slave t'aie. Correspondence of The Tribune. Boston, October 25, 1842. The friend* of Rev. Th_odor_ Parker in th? citv, having comp.et.ed the arrangements for * ?Oourse of L?ctiire- l'y him, awaited with inten??* ?ni...

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

TH? NEW-YORK TRIB?NE .?-hlith?d every morning at No. 160 N as -_?____ (opposite the City Hall,) New-York, and de?v J^o?iy ?obscrilven? tor NINE CENTS per we-_ ^??.?ecopie* Two Cents. Mail Subscribers, $4 00 per ' .?n-. m advance, ami the paper in no case continued ____r ibe time for which it is paid. Subscripiiorts ta ff??r Six M'Jnlb*. Terni* -?f A? ver_?mg.. ? ? l'or each Adrenlaememt of TAN unes or l?"-ss (over six) firu insertion. 60 Cenls. ?t forea h eabst-rueat i_<r*_on. 25 " *, tor SIX insertions or one week.$150 M X_ ?orTWKNTY-FIVF. insertirms. 5 00 " LnDzet AtiyenismenU at equally favorable rates. r_,)rna_ei, Religious and Funeral Notices, not erceetlln*, it? boas. 25-cntls. jj? *r_c'WBKKLY TRIBUNE, a very large paper, for t?? -??O'-try? ,* published every Saturday -lonung, at the ov pnce of $2 per annum, in advance, THE TRIBUNE. 3Literar_ notices. Th? Hierophant, or Monthly Expositor ?*?f.Sacred Sym? bols and Prophecies. Conduct??"by Geo. Bush; No. lit. D?\ ton fc. Newm...

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

ii ?hi ii?nun ??iniiiiiiBiiiiiiii iiiiTiniiiiii._ii ht THE TRIBUNE. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER.28. WHI? STATE NOMIKATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, or __.t--r.c_Y. FOR GOVERNOR. LUTHER BRADISH, or f-awklin co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN, or -i*.C8. Lhitrict FOR SENATORS, I..I?_t.-_-B. OAKLEV.ui Richmond. II.. JONE PH JfAnSJEXV, of Ulster. 111. ALL.V. C. <?IB*?0,-,, of "?ichenecwdy. ,v(aO-tl**l H?Oll?l\,;jI.V7I. FuiwnCo. 4 IAN4 ...V?*-<'. *LI.. Kra/iJclinCo.iTwoVear-J ,V..-HE?TEB BCCK ?f ht*U County. VI..TnO*_,_M \. JOI81V??0*V, ot Menben. VII..W1JLMA.TI K. XTRONG. Settee* Co. v"l.'Il?BV?y FI'T?VA.?1? Wyoming County. CO?NT^JICKET. FOR REGISTER, GEORGE EICH ELL. FOR ASSEMBLY. ROBERT s.-tf-T-?, JOSEPH BLUNT, E. G. BALDWIN. JACOB ACKER, HORACE ST. JOHN. SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVOftD, JA'S B. BRINSMADE, HARVEY A. WEED, FLOYD SMITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STE PH E N SA ?M MONS. Election Tuesday, Nov. t??(one day only.) IX The Office of The Tribune is removed to the ne...

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

MONEYJVIARKET. gain, at the Stock Exchaoge. Oct. 2?. -_?aM V 7* 1849.l**il 10 Bk of Com.felt 82 - rtt \ V 'Si, I8C2._60d 9:> 50 Dei it Hud.b60d P3. ?. ?X do . 8*.! 5 Merchant Ins. Co .. 80 Sfl_N Y 5#, lfti? ... 81 I 5 U tica k Sehen.Hi ?lWOb?Sixes, 1880... 6?>J| IG do. M ??_m do . ?? ! '0 do. Mi t-nV>KW Sixes. ?'??Hi WPaterson R.biWd 48 "fe' Green'w?ch Bk.38.| !*? Harlem.SIM 154 "*. Minhntan Bank.61 ISO do.slOd 15| ?BkoWtnerica ....7t?1?? do.-.sCm 15 ??K.? ? 25 Stonington . 15. ri-ti-aiienu **?'"**'0??.ll"**- -; ' ' ' '** noes. ?$__.*? ??' ^nn.;#l?-?*???-;'- * , . *^-TT77 ,*3?. ??J -. ? ??*.?.il!. . ??I and ITloacy Matter?. Thursday P. M. Tbe sales were rather larger to-day, and there was a rather belter feeling. The ?ales of Slate Stocks were to moderate extent. State Sevens improv? d 1 per cent. : Ohio Sixes declined i ; Ken ut?t*MW-t**at? There ha? been n fair business done in Foreign Exchang-* ?o-dayfTorthe steamer ofthelst, and ihe market if rather firmer. Sterling, 5)...

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

/ - ??-?i?lili_l__WI-l'*lrtBr---I CHILDHOOD'S HOME. BT i. ?. LYI-rotf. Thet told me ea-nern lands were creen. ? Where morning ?"ins arise. I ?.ought a home arid welcome ?.ene. To dwell beneath thfir skie?. I left my own giren mountain dear. It- bloasoms and it? streams, And wandered far where s Ions as ?.tear. Could bles* with e<-ual beams. ? love to view the land-.cape o'er, Of fair and flowery ?Maine, But love the borne of childhood more. Its hills and smiling plain. And when the sun in glory quits Th? aky and day is done, 'T"?3 oft I watch each star lhat ?if**. Or linger?? o'er " sweet home. There fancy paints the twilight hill. The house, the tree and upriog. And childhood hour? come o'er me still. Bright scenes to memory bring. And while my.thou'ht-. .?til! letter here. And ponder past times o er, Fond memory brin?;* ? joy and tear. Foralli loved in yore. So Jong as life shall breathe a eigh, Or friendship feel ? tear. So long / Wear- thai horn?*? and sky. And love it-* chil...

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

\ THE NEW-YORK TRIB?NE ** . ?nbli'hed every morning at No. IGONas ? _o?*et. toppwite the City Hall,) New-York, and deftv d ? city J-obscriben for NINE CENTS per w?-.k. Trekcopie* Two Cents. Maal Subscribers, |400per ",-?Ztxi, ?i advance, and tbe paper in no case continued iV?*o*.d the tivae *"or which it is paiiL Subscriptions ta k/? lor Six .Month.. remtf ???A.dvertismg.... For each Advt_?lfc!_.enlof TfS I'll? or Ir-ss (over six) fin. in?*ertion. 50 Cents. ., for ?a h subsequent insertion. 25 " ,.' (or SIX h_??*_tioB5joroiiN_twe_k.Jl 5f? ?* ?l ?.?rTWKNTY-FlVK insertions. 6 00 - Lenirer ..?ivcrtisnienu at ?"?jually tavomble rates. MniXt?z**, aXtatejon? and S uneral Nonces, not ex?"*e?**>tU_-E ? .??...?.?-'Cekis. " 0- Th? WKHKLY TRIBUNA, a very larCe paper, tor iv t*.*u*>iry. is piibhsheU every Saturday morning-, ?; tb? 0* mioe oi 4_2 per annum, in advance. THE T .MB UNE. SLitcrarn Xoticcs. Xh?. Complete Works ok William Cow. er, with a Me ii?-irofthe Author. By the Rev. II. ?t...

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

THE TRIB?NE._ "Ht?rday morkikg, Qcyoggg^ "wHIO STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, HENRY CLAY, Or K-gKT-CKV. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH. or r_iNXuiN co. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. or KiNcs. thstrict *'OR SENATORS. ! ISRAEL ?.% KL -SV, of Richmond. IL. JOME PH JAtiWBff, of Ulster. III A_ EX. C. Gt BKOlVjOf Schenectady. IJOIINI l***M>TH-N?_I?JI, Fulton Co. IV ?B4 HAMCAJ-6.? -.-ranklin Co. {Two Years. V.._HE-?TEB KtC-?JK of Lewis County. VI .THO^IAM A. JOH**v***O*\,0fhteuben. VII TI_I>I?IA.-TI K. f**TBO?*Y4K. Seneca Co. VJ1I?HL1BVEV PI'TIVAiTl? Wyoming Couoty COUNTY TICKET. FOR REGISTER, GE0RCE EICHELL. FOR ASSEMBLY, StfBEBT ?MITO, JOSEPH BLUNT, E.G.BALDWIN. JACOB ACKER, HORACE ST. JOHN, S.MITH DUNNING, \ A. ALVORD, JA _ B. BRINSMADE HARVEY A. WEED. FLOYD S.MITH, SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY, STEPKEN_SA.\LMO>'S. Election Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.) ?DEEAiCATIONS?? An EXTRA TRIBUNE *vfl] be published TODAY, al 1?? o'clock, with official accounts of the re? cent A...

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

MONEY MARKET, nn.e* ai tbe Kiork ExfJhnnge, Oct. _t_?.. t. ,? fres-iarv Notes... lt***>4? 50 Ocean In?. Co.f. S?? Obio Six?**, I860... ?39* 2?) Howard In?.Co.100 ?T?v Oh'O Sues, i_3?>... o.?t __-? nowara ma. .o.iw **rt .o.???-. 6^L.-?Tj**"ln,i'Co.36 ^SrTky Six?. 75i? 50 de.s90J 15 _., ?___! GO."*' *-' ???>?>' II?. V?J...OO S,X y. 6s, 18?2.b6(?d 90' 205 Harlem. 15i -do . ? *? do.*60d 15 100 Long Island R Co.... 49?} 250 do.sSOd 49 ?3*> Stnnington R. l.*?J ^mfca?Bank ..... ? -s Leatbe- Man- Bank.. 37 7 8.. of Com.?"?**?? 32 511 Kentucky Bank.4IJ SECOND BOARO. 5,. Long Island Railroad.toOd 43 ?fi do do .O J l.omm? ro.al and ITloaey ITC utter*. Fridav, P. M. There was no change of moment at the Stock Board to? day, end the amount of busines? was light Stoning.on de rim?d i- Pot Delaware a3J was offered, and advance of i cent- and 34? asked. lo Stale Slocks the sale? were moderate. Kentucky ?ne. and State Sixes, 1882, improved ?lightly, but Ohio ff 11 off. lo Foreign bills...

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

^mmsSsW???SS???SS????^^S??^m W9??&. Fron? Black? cod for Oct. HOPE. TiY .',?_?-.L_.R. We ?peak with tbe bp.and we dream in .be?***?_l, Of some hetterand fairer day -. A__our days, the mean while, to that golden goal Are ?tkhnji end sliding .iwav. N'o.v the world bec-mic? old. i** attain it ?- yon:.?, But " The Better's-' lor ever thC ?'""I On the tongue Ai ibe lb? thold <.t bit* Hop'* '*'?*'?*? 11*1"? !??)?>. play- r<,ur..; ibe m nhfulboy . Tbooch the heat of iu charm, may with youth !?? ? "? YetT?! ace it ?-reserve? ?t* toy. When wesie.k atibe ?.rave, why, tbe grave has ICOpe, And over ibe colbn Man pliuUelL? Urn ? An.) ;t is not a dream of a fancy prood, Willi a Fool toi Us t!u!i ????-.;eiter ; There's? ro?ceat tbe j.r_n i?,ai p??*-la i ins aiou?l?? " Ye were born t_ adsttsa the Better.'" .n.l ib-it voice ?*f the Hear?, t) ye. may believe, v*. ill i <? v r ?be '.lope Qf tbe Sou! deceive! T.??*. ?'iospert KtriKl?.*'?*? : Fr.?.:, ibe Troy Wbi-. I be _o?-s of Ohio alr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

im NEW-YORK TRIB?NE I hlished every morning at No. 160 Nas I ],?,~* (oppo''^'', die City Hall,) New-York, and deliv u0t_Ptty MliscrifH-i?. for NINE CENTS per week.? gglSa Two Cum. Mail Subscriber*, $4 oo per ___ madvance, and the paper in no case ointinued ?S| tit- tin?* f? which it is paid. Subscriptions ta? ?2tt Six Months. * f?-? ?f Adver-sing.... For each AdverUaement of ,J ?n-, or less (over six) first insertion. 60 Cen?s. ? tore* h rrubsisqueHt insertion. 25 " ""* is: ?*1X iKsertioi*?. or one week.ft] 50 ?* ? ?*wf*A'KNTY-FIVE iuvrt.ons. 6 00 M "^-?-r Adveni?i)euf. ai equally favorable rates. _m'?P*** l?f,-lKiouh a*d Funeral No?ces, not excee_ng ;--l??,25c?" I rr Tb# WBKKLY TRIBUNK, a -ery Urge paper, fbr ,v(^r-ry.tt publudted every Saturday i_orn_tg, at u.e ,.r>n?oft-per annum, in advance. jjAnAfpnt for this paper is wanted at New Haven, rjjevtoi* acquainted there would I?*- preferred. ?STH_ TRIBUNE From the New-York Stale Mechanic. Queft.iomng 4'audidnte?. fbe Committee wh...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New-York daily tribune. — 31 October 1842

THE TRIBUNE. MONDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31. 1841. WHIG- STATE NOMINATIONS. FOR P RE ^ WE NT, HENRY CLAY, Of KENTUCKY. FOR GOVERNOR, LUTHER BRADISH, Or .?RANKUN CO. FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, GABRIEL FURMAN. Diet net FOR SENATORS, I..1MRA.KI, OAKI.EV/fR"''nWn,t VI .1 ?1 f IUI k.STKONG. Seneca Co. VIM H.BV/VPIT'-An, Wyoming County (He Congressional Nominations. ThirdDistAct.I. 1'IIIItI'IP* PH?MX. Fifth District.... JOHX JR. SCOWS?. SMh District.IttAMgL-rOJi FISH. COUNTY TICKET. FOR REGISTER, GEORGE EICHELL. FOR ASSEMBLY, KOKERT ftlMTH, JOSEPH BLUNT, E G. BALDWIN. JACOB ACKFR. HORACE SX. JOHN, SMITH DUNNING, A. A. ALVORD, JA'S B. BRI?SMADE, HARVEY A. WEED. FLOYD SMITH. SAMUEL WEBSTER, CYRUS CHENERY. STEPHEN SAMMONS. Elect ?m Tuesday, Nov. 8?(one day only.) TT General Cramittre OF DEMOCRATIC WHIG YOUNG .MEN.?-A special me?-tin_r of this Com? mittee will 1)?? held nt ilie Broadway House on Monday Evening, October 31,at 7 o'clork. ADDISON DOUGHERTY, Chairman. Samuel D.Jackson, > _. lob, j retan...

Publication Title: New-York Daily Tribune
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