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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 6 October 1843

Till OTTAWA EfEE TRiffll OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTODERO, 1013. NO. 16. t Mill. ciuulim: oust:, " A fuller bhul neVr shook tlio lattIrrneiiK" 'Here's a nii-lit for thee ; ln.ik lliee, u U ar'.n cloth lit fir a 'squire's cliilJ." Wiukr'i T.ilc. On a (Vouninqr UK.if overlooking a wild ami troubled stream, which wound through the mountainous regions uf (Ger many, rose one of those baronial castles, common in the Middle Ages. The own er of the castle, Baron Y aldorbcrg, had with most of bis retainers gone on a war like expedition, ami his wile, Lady Ela- nor, was sitting alone in her chamber, furnished after the fashion uf the times, with rude magnificence, but falling far short ol the luxury and comfort deman ded by nioderan rctinement. It w;is late in autumn, and the night was wild mid gusty. At intervals the sleet and rain were driven violently against the win dows and tho wind shrieked like a trou bled spi...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 6 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. OK'IOt U AI IC CAN Dl DATES for JSll lOIt 1'RESIDENT : MARTIN VIS DIKES, cf Xc.v York. FOR VICE president: Ult'iURD .11. J011.SG or Erntntky. Ki'jeet tathcdcchion of a N.tltunnl Ctnvrntwn. "JUSTICE AND ECUALITV." THE FUEE TRADER. Ollnwu, III., Friilny, Oclol.er 4t. I-ilt I'irili'uti.il. Wo publish in HiiJlhcr column llie proceeding of a democratiu gathering in Dc It. ill) t-ou nly , con vened fur tho purpose of appointing delegate to the district convention which w ill usseinhle. ul tlii place on tile IG.h of November next, for the pur pose of appointing adclcgute to tho National Con vention and also a Presidential L'leitor. Wo aro pleased to sec tho countic moving in rc'uliun to the presidency. It i time for tho rank and file of tho democracy to upcak on this subject, as tho politicians have hecn bowing and cringing, and manufacturing ulltc sciiliuicnt, for base pulitic.il purpose, long enough. Dot the other day D avid 1'iickctt, a political huckster of lay ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 6 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Halra at Ibc l.mid OOlre. The extent of emigration to tit Is sec iion 01 me slate, may in some measure be inferred from tlic fact, that the sales of land at the Chicago Land Office, at this time, arr.ount to about one thousand dol lars per day. It is true that a large por tion of the tracts are entered by bettlers who did not buy at tho public Land Sale, but purchases are also continually made by new comers. This district embraces some of the finest lands in the Union. There are both rich prairie lands and good timber. Improvements are being made all over the district with astonishing rapidity. Substantial dwellings and barns are being erected, and new farms catch the eyes of the traveler at every turn. The pressure of emigration has effected a very important change in the views of farmers with regard to the cultivation of the prai rie. Heretofore they have confined them selves to the edge of the timber, under the impression that it was more expen sive to mak...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 6 October 1843

THE OTTAWA F R K K TJtADElt. invitation. While making the necessary preparations, a letter was y'ut into my hand from my father, informing me of eir cuinslatices which compelled mo to bt.irl for home without a moments delay. 1 have now returneJ with l.iis lull :p'r" batton, as you undoubtedly know, to of fer you in V haml.' ivi, ;..!. ! phi never accent.' said Ami- ne.'my heart being already in of another. . . If neither your heart nor haml .-an ; bo mine,' said he, alter rc.naimug mi ; Ill ..i l.. .t tor snort time, - - to interchange tokens of li'iet: .ship. Nil-, f.'r inn to la!;e this bracelet ami in return rm-eivn this rintr. i .. , . , ,1 I. I I Oilillllj uiu " ii" adroitly slipped a superb diamond ring upon Iter linger, and at tho natnc instant pressingthc secret spring that secured the bracelet he removed it fro in her arm. So rapid had been his movements, the h.id no time to prevent llieni, but before he 1,1 .1,,. !..t within the folds! 1-WU1U 111. II, U .. . - ---- r. . . ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 13 October 1843

iSMlli Fill TMBEft. mi JLilLV VXa. OUR COUNTR Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOIiEU n, Kin. NO. 17. VOL. IV. At lb lirruiiijc Tluio it Unll bo l.iybl. II V nilS. SIGOl ll.NKY. Walk with the Lord at muni When every m-eno is fair, White the i)H-niiii; luitls the houghs adorn, And Irugraiicu I'.lla tin u 1 1 ; Before the rosy ihuvn awake, And in thy lu'iiig'n pride, Thy first young lilu-h of beauty, make Omnipotence thy gudii. Wulk with the Lord ut norin, When fervid suns are liih, And Pleasure, with lirr treuchcroua Won, Allurrth nmnliood'H eve; Then with tho iliumoiitl shield uf prayer, Thy souI'm oppressors meet, And crush the thorns of sin and c.i.o That hind the pilgrims fee t. Walk with tho I.nrd at eve, When twilight dews di i end, And Nature seems a shroud to weave, As fir noun) hinilten iVieud ; While slow the lonely moments ghdi) On in oumful winjjs awiy, l'ress closer, eloser, to his nidi, For he shall he out slay. liven shoid...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 13 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES for JS11. for rnnsiJEXT : MARTIN TAN BL'REN, of Xew York. Ton vice president : niCHIRD M. JOII.W, of Kentucky. Stiljcct to the decision uf National ulnvtnlivn. 1 "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. O.lnwa, III., I i i.lny, October I t. I SI:, ie " .r nil-,, i. - - . Mule oft'ouiil l.oislu (liiciiuo. The salo of forfeited canal lots in t "lii. a;j tool; Jilacc in that city on the 3 I insl., at-coiding to ad vertisement. The result uf this sale hns In en fa- vora ) o uevand a II nnticiiinlioii. niu lias taken every one by surprint-. All the lots olli icd found numbers uf eager bidders, and went al from double to quadruple tbeir appraised value. The lots old were appraised lit little more than JoUIOI; they brought f 23 1,873 ! IJy the law under which this sale was inadu ten per cent, only is requited tobepaiJ down, the balance, with interest, in twenty years ; and canal scrip and indebtedness is receivable in payment. The ten per cei.t...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 13 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Vrradful Uxploaion. Louisiana Chronicle Extra. " WeJnwilny muriiirifr, Sept. 20th, 18 13. 5 Destnetion of the. Steamer Clipper Xo. 1. Great loss of life. It lias be come n.ir mournful duty to record one of the most terrible catastrophes which has ever happened on the Mississippi. Yes terday at about a quarter past 12 o'clock, as the 6teamcr Clipper No. 1. was backing out from her moorage at our lan ding, she blew up, with an explosion that shook earth, air and heaven, as though the walls of the world were tumbling to pieces obout our ears. All the boilers bursting simultaneously, machinery, vast fragments of the boilers, huge beams of timber, furniture and human beings in eve ry direction, were alike shot up perpen dicularly many hundreds of fathoms in the air. On reaching the great higtli, the various bodies diverged like the jets of a fountain falling to the earth and upon roofs of houses, in some instances, as much as two hundred and fifty yards from the s...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 13 October 1843

T II E () T T A W A F U E E T It A 1) E It . THE FREE Til A DELI. ri'ULISIICD WEEKLY BT JOSH HISE & AVILLIAjI 0S3M, LasuL'e blrcel, ofie door from the nurtft-west torncr of the 1'uldic Sjtiare. teii v s : 7tet e?oir and fifti) ants per annum, if paid , in advance , Three dollars if wit paid b'ftre t!.e cxpira'amift'iefint six nwnihs ,- and there do! Im and twcnlij-fue cents if dtLiyed until the cud ' if the ycur. Adixrllttmtnt inserted at fX per square f.r th, first insrritvn, will .a cents Jur tMH su:, .f j'i -in i invrtwn. A liberal d.unt ,naUc to ,uo,c ,, advertise hj the 'ear. I (jSj subscrikrs taken fur a shorter pern:.! titan six month. tfj'Xtpnpir diwmllivie.l until ail urn .,';;( ait paid, mi It is ut the npiiun ft'"' eddum. Gj'AU cnrninnnicttiuiif, to insure ultatt: must come free nfpnstirise. oeuiicc if. xoiiiiis. i:. k- iioi.i.iiooi, iorri HBiwnwii, ; Attorneys etui Cotmvlhrs ut I.uiv, and i ! : . ') t ooanir in i ,,,.,, OTTAWA, ILL. Ofllce in tko new court house, No,...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 October 1843

THEO nrvn ?AWABWi OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOIiFIt 20, I CIS. ISO. 10. VOL. IV. HOICM.XU. How many thousands arc awakcn'mi; nuw ! Hume to the sunns of the Inrcst lom,'h, To the rustling leaven at the lattice-fain, To the chiming lull of the latter ruin. And Rome far out on the deep miil-sea, To the dash of the waves in their lainiiij glee, Ah they break into spray on the tall ship's fide, That holds through the tumult her path of pride. And some in the camp, at ths bugle' breath, And the tramp of the steed on the echoing heath, And the sudden rour of the hostile, gun, Which tells that a tit-Id must 'ere night ho won. And some in the gloomy convent cell, To the dull, deep mile, of the warning bell, As it heavily calls them forth to die, While the bright sun mounts in the laughing sky. t a it is Tin: iiiuv vtni: away. Bring mo forth the cup of roM, Chased by Druid hand of old, Filled from yonder fountain's breast, ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 October 1843

THE OTTAWA V It E E TRADER. DEMOCRATIC t'ASUIIMTUS for 111. yqr riiuHDK.vr : HART IS n BURIN, of Sew 'or FOR VIC2 PUCSIDENT : . RICHARD 31. J0iI.S!), of Hrr.!nrky. Stl.jrct tutheJcehlon of Xutional uCimrmltuii: "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FllEE TlWDKll Olluvrn, III., I i iilnj, IIm i -JI. 'I he 4'atinl I.oiiii. biiire our List we have had news fu'iu I'nl.iii.l Ui to Sej.1. 22J, by b.itli tlie Aradia and iieat eon. in,' the "ai fl ini:mi.'" I 1 i'i II inn in .V -.'.s w' -m'. Out of ten coun- Wrstcrn steanijhips, hut neither of llieni apprar, : !nt, to be sriiou-i. Why lliis universal coin- 'i S M:-.si"ppl vshirli have recently held im-i-t-to have brought any decisive intelligence in nla- ' I aint in rendlo llie iireula.uies ol the mails? in;.;s ' i -'hi have expressed a prcfi relict- fur Martin lion to the sul-ci-is of our commissioners in lie:; - : '.'hy thi, evident neleel and van h's.-nc.-s on the Van 1'un u. tiatinj tlie canal loan. The New YoiU papi is, it is true, abound with r...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Mr. Vnii Ilium. It is frequently charged uiruinst Mr. Van Burcn that he w "cold, and destitute of qualities to at tach strung personal fricnils." Is it true ! The Washington Globe usksand mm worn the question at follows: And is lie cold, and destitute of quali ties to attach strong; personal friends ? This is another of the arlific" imployed to injure Mr. Van lluren with those who do not know him immediately. Of all our public men, wc Know not one so honorably distinguish! by exalted and enduring; friendship as Mr. Van Btt ren. In early life, lie was signally hon ored willi the confidence of Mr. Jefferson, as appears from one of the most striking of that patriarch's published letters; and the attachment has descended to Mr. Jeff cr8on's grandson and namesake. The warm and devoted attachment existing between General Jackson and .Mr. Van Uuien is as will vouched to the country. The last letter ever written by the vener able Macon was shown to us by one of liis ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 October 1843

ini1 E O T T A W A F It E E T It A I) E It . tl ;',;'L.;.: THE FREE TI1ADEU. fnnLu:itii weirii iit JOHN I1ISE i WILLIAM 0S.U.W, Ltsalle street, one door from the north-west turner of the l'ujtie Square , trims':" Yov dotl'irs ami fifty ct.ts per annum, if paid in uJciiuec Ttnee dulUn if not paid bfoie the. expiration lion of the fitt fix months; and three ,- ., . , , ... . , tf Wt ,fLtwJ until the a,d ojvuyvr. ytrs insertion, and Cj cents for each tuhse-pinit j insertion. A liicrul discount made to t!tue iclto i advertise h'j the year. tulrarioers IMcn J-r a mwur pmi t wj:iill,, , ,,,,... :irii. .s i.i t ,r In,.- ,.f bu-i-than fix month. - can be :o' i;i.i:i. ! atllo ii sie.p, as well rj"Xjpr:cr disevnliitued until all amumgit i "l V''"-'1' thi-w.-iioti ! ti . t uc. ere paid, unless cl the option f the editor, j UAIMM'.N MDOn!', (ZAll communication.'-, to iniurx ut,utiim, i OSCUIJi) CO LI I. come fret ,f psmK )!.'wa. J'.in 17. BL'SLNTSS tlllDS. OEunoE II. Noiiiim. v. s. iioi.nminK. ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 October 1843

s .inrE OTTAWA Fit EE THAI) Ell. wader. t F. 1 1. t t (IT ua iivin, ' fmm tht nsth-wesl Ir t ' !"'r n"'n ''I'.l. 1 J lllll j oi.'i.. ; ' ! " j ?! if Iv'.ii ti, ,'.' .7-r y i, 7 !'. ill .1 ' 't! ' I.- : ! t i "''ll,,. 'Si'.' mi t'Hwt, !M l. oil i A s , :4 j '. i;- an. . . i. n I..-.- !! I'l ' J'l.l. Ii . .. mo r. ;iwi ' L'Hf, 'if . I f'j, c.j, N., ' ..i! I I, IS !. ...II.. 1 UlliOl"'.. or .0 I..lW ;: ,.! Iiii I'l V : A VV'A.jt!, ivett, t '.l .'n.'ll , . 1 1 i s !v i. A i. ii. .l.,fl' t no; 'i i ,'. ly I ,liu' ! In.lt '' 1 1 'ti ll i. 1 1 r ' 1 1 . iitIh" I I .!' il... . o,. ' Mi, l.-o .1 ,1 .It.. 1 ' Et;xl)i.J'-ui. mi - III r" ' , . '! ,. ' ; 1 " i.:. M- i .I. .ii 3 ' llj' , .1!" ilKU. ni! All wooi. it. it tf r krile bv l!K'K!,I(J. B'r ,1 Irl n'lYill" I OH I 'Ml ,! ).lr:n.ii mil'l'ly , T I l,t",l Ii f ell irKI.I.M!. .il'.w M N1 ; tlvi y, - i. : llU, I illlil, !l. V v. Iff liM, I hi. pare nt.n i'. :r.l, , tM rp. wt.n.iij, up. brown, vi.roit, n.oirigu.i, .Ac At. I (in:, Ia!in(-t ami ri...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 27 October 1843

mm MWA OUR COUNT!! Y H E R C 3 r,: M E 3 C E A N D HER FREE I N S T I T U T I 0 VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, WAX NO. 19. it&k?J&ZW'MKmi M U W M J M J H 11 11 U II J II J II.Uja Tin: co7ii.; Airrc.KX. Ill II I Nil Y III II I II ST. llorrnh for brown Autumn, hurrah, hurrah, JIo hasten uVr valley auj !itin, A nu the witlieriicr nind U his idmut of war, - And iii'tny I wcmi are llic t.luin. lie lias won liim a rubo from tliu ciimsoii leaves, And a crown from tlio ivy so green ; In hi hand tit lioldeili n sump of vviuo He's a jolly old fellow I ween. ' The pn-t may Htnpr of tltc lirnnlim of Spting, And prate nf tin spasmi of Love ; lint ho ! for the hour when Autiuna flingi Hi armies o'er nnnidiev nnd t;rovc. 'And the wail of die wind is tin) miij for me, With it wild :mtl w. inl-likc cry ; l'or it echoes the triad of his heels so red, A'ld it shouts as he r!loielli ly (bdlopiHli, hriuyinp the ulitleriliii frost That tnukelli l blossoms ilrcny, And diiv.-th the ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 27 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DEMOCRATIC CAKUID.l 1 1: far ISX1- FOR PRESIDENT : M1HTIN TIN BURES, of Xe.v York. roR tics punsiDKST : IlICaiRD M. JilllWa or Kentucky. Stt'jeet tntli' iYcm oi A'.'"'"' n C'rn.. ! "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FKEK TKADEIi. Ollnwn, III., Fi Liny, Ot'lubrr 'J?. !.: n L- - - . - -'-' 1 " - - ' "lHrcrl TdXitliuu." t'nJer this head, in a paragraph of Ion than two dozen of line, the Chicago Express of tlie 17th commits about at many falsehood mid blunders as can conveniently, be crowded into that amount it pace. It taya thai "three inonllis every In cofoco paper in the 1 uid ailvuculed direc t taxation s the true and only democratic 111c t hod of raining a nilionul revenue;" but "the whijs opposed the measure, as they ulways have;" and "the loco journals advocated it just so long as they thuuht it would subserve their pftity purposes,"' and then they abandoned it," and the rdiior of the Cx prisiliJS no doubt "in a short time tln:.e imc immaculate papir will refer i...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 27 October 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADE It. 4 A I.ITTI.K CJKU. There's not a hciirt however ruda But hath torcr little (loner, To briglitcn up hit solitude, And (cent tho evening hour. There'ii not a heart however cast l)v erief and sorrow dawn, But hath soma memory of the past, To love and call iu own. Discixg. The f dlowing U the way they call out tho figure of a reel in Iowa. Dance to the firl willi the yellow shawl on, Now Jown outside ami up the middlo ; Turn to your partner Isaac Suiach, Ami now to that enliro stranger; Kachex to the right and left, Ka, ile dan tin da da, do da da ; Now to Peter Switchd'a daughter, Turn to your partner every one. Set the gal with the Hiring frill, lialance one anil opin ahout To the gal with thu bole in de Keel of her flock ing! Working for n f.irlng. We find the following excellent article in the Oilorinsj," edited tiy tho factory girl in Lowell : "From whence originated the idea llr.it il was derogatory to a lady's dignity, or a blot upon female character to ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 27 October 1843

T II K OTTAWA FREE T It A-DEIt. THE TJIEE TKADIUl. ri'iiMMitn WT.ru Lt or J0n IIISE L V1LI.IA.1I OS!!.., L tsalU htrrct, one iliir frmn the. nurlh-ivtst turner if the I'utitic Sjuarc. teuvh: ! TUv Juliirs am! fflq cculs' rrr winuni, ij "-d in admtmti Thru dilLiri if nut ptiil tufirt t'r fXpiruttii rf .'? ftr.-t .fix U'iH if.'n . n.iil tirie 1 urn un-i iweuyue eeuu j awry . ... .'. vi l.n yiur. A tivrliff limits iwrrled nl l 'it t jurrrf,r tf, .. .. I f i . r - ' urn insert tin, mil irnu inr iwii " J . ...... . , , uuicnts,.,!,,, .,.,r. . (1S u'Jcrt'jcr3 lawn jr a swr .lii'I IllVhth., v. .; r ...,.' I ,;,-, ,ir,.--. . ...' i7 nryuirwf ej , Ij'tllir u.. Timlin arc Jtnid, un.'t.vjr tit the tj,lhni tj t.'ir ttlttjra j"A!l eopimuuictstiuii, !o inline ultenlnui, twul ciimr.'frte if pn.'lirjr. JJCSIVLSS C.lli.'.'S. ULOItUZ II. No II nil. :. h, nouiltunK. nr. it. j. ii. i' ......i JtVI I 1 fc kmIMUW4 IIUlll ' . QUornnjn ami Cuunnlhn at I.tft', ami .Solintori in ( luiiiri , OTTAWA, U.I,. Off...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 3 November 1843

I '.' ' ft ltI 01l.ifa t fill) . , . ufltf ' ' ..it- .11 ""I III- W . - : I t . , ,.j ; f,.l, , . . ' "') ; ' :'T ! 1 ' I-..'; -'-' - ' i) OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A NO HER FREE-INSTITUTIONS VOL.IV. OTTAWA , ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1013. NO. 20. H i I'!' 'I 4 t 1 . WESTERN ARMOLIY. Ektrucla Irani the tt-ort of the t'ouuuiaslu nrr. npfiutali'il In :!-( t a lo .Hum lor I In' IVcalei'M Ariaoiy. . Our readers will, recollect, lli;it in Novembrr, 1S11, the coiuiuissioueis ujipuinU'J by the irci dent of the United SStute to select a suitable loca tion for the cunti'iiijlitc.l Western Armory, visi ted this section and spent several ihys in uukoi;; cxamiiiatioas. l.fj i litis li;ue wo luse been un ullo to procure n copy of their report, nd wo ure now indebted to the pofiiness of Mr. Swirr .f tliis place, fir the privitegu'of exani!riiii it. V'c extract bucli po'itions as arc likely to interes: the mass of our readers. Hy tho following it will be Bfen that La S.ille county ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 3 November 1843

'I' it rt"fT"t a it 1-1 -n, - i r. -m. i u t Ul 1AWA r It j ti TUA1JLK. OEnornATic CAXDID.lTFft far ISIl- roa president : SUTIS T1S of Xew York. FOB vice president: RICaiRD 31. JOIH'Sil.Y, of Ken-larky. I St'ject lathe deciiion of a Xtl'uHVtl Conr'ntim.) ft JUSTICE AM EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER." Ollntvn, III., Fridnv, ovrn:lxi ."J. 4' IMPORTANT CANAL NEWS, Cenrspemtrncr f ibe I'rre Trotter. IWrov.Oct. 15, 1313. .1cjr.. Edilari One of the Commissioner of fllinoi arin-d voter lay y tiis steamer Hi her nia, from Liverpool. 'J'he other Commissioner remain In settle nme detail. They have at 1-o.t male mi arrangement with lite bond-holder which will secure the completion of the canal : The bond-holder agreo to advance, first half j million, n I ihrn if the state continue to show ' disp .sition t-) hu honest, thry agree to continue ' the advance until the canal it completed. Hut ' lliry reserve the right after the advance of half n ii 1 ii n. lo withhold the remain.hr if the state at temp...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 3 November 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Finm the Albany Argus. ODE, Written Jjr the Remttllaer County Agrioultwal Society. TUB TOIt K OP AUTIMIW. mt a i4Dt or iisstsost-iiuH. There's music in the f.irest trues, And notes in lh- full woods now ; Tuo rushing whirl of the falling leaves, And the s u ij of the ru-tilio bough. There's music in the wild boe's hum, At it sports through the g irJcn bowers, AnJ sips the la-it of the honey-dew. From the lin'riug autumn flowers. There's music in the stream, ere long To be bound with an icy chain. And its cold hrifht waters leap and bound, On their way o the dUtant main. And shall the voice of men be mute, When Nature around him sings, And the very "air is musical," With the voices that autumn bring.il There's music in the ploughman's song, As he wends his homeward way. And thinks on the stores laid up avcure, For the coming winter's day. There's music in the reaper's heart, As he views his golden st te, And Sffi that with heaps of gather' J grain, His barns a...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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