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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 22 March 1844

T II E O T T A W A F it E E T It A 1) E It . . THEFJIEETKADEU. rUBLIlHtD wttxir T JOIN IUSE i WiMIiil 0S3IJX, Li'uli'e flrect, one dtxir from the Horih-ivut turner of tht l'u'ilic Sjuarc. Teams':' " Taw a illirt per winum, if paid in udomicti Tivj dillsi -an J jip.if cents if paid within $.'x MviMt; a:id three iluUirt if ddaye.d until the end of the year. . A h'riiifiiitnlt inntrled at ft per ttptare fur t',c fnt iniertiitn, ni l 25 cenlt f r each mi'scy n.it imertiui. A LLcntl Jitermt mode to Untie uuo udcerlite by the year. Qj.V aa'jicrio;,i taken fjr a shjrter period than fix mnnthf. I p Iptr dlir fi'.iil l'l until nl! arrearage are pi:J, wihis nt the option if the t t.tirn. dj"1.7 en nn tu'cutiun , I J insjrt attention, must e.t"i; free nf pxAdL'.'.. BLSISESS CUIUS. TUIoritlLtli L. lltCKKT. UEOUOK . F1SJIH. Dickey tV Fihor,- Attorney an I Coumdlort at Law, . 0TTUVI, Ills. 0.3e n tlia e it si h of the PuMic S.jtnr, l.'lft-n III Mjinion 1 1, nne and l'ity Kotol, in t' rooTii f irm...

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. — 29 March 1844

'MBit r a i m w r 1 a a a m lp w u 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, MAI1CII29, IC 14. NO. 41. LIST of l.amU and other real estate situated in i lie county of Gruwly and state of Illinois, oil which laxun remain lue and unpaid lurthe year lbi-. Names of owners. e T R -3 iS 1.C8 2.88 1.11 do Description Erastus Drown 80 wh nw q 4 32 0S2S2 Garrett DrownlGO ne q lido 480 B Mbrlctt . 80 wh nw q 14 do 240 HKnickaborger doehsw. 1033 4 do r Horam 74.50ehswq 20 do 372.50 2.11 do eli nw do 473 2.83 J McCarty und i nw q 4 32 7 483.43 2.43 JasUurIey40 of w sidceh seq 5 do 200 1.20 JPEwinz 80ehne. Odo ' 400 2.40 Philo Carpenter 40 ne of nw 14 do Fred Dronson . 80ch nw 24 33 do do wh nw do do G C Seelv 100 seq 14 34 W'm Marquis 80 eh se q HichardDrockS 20 do 8 30 do 120 240 do 480 280 285 1.44 do 2.88 1.08 1.43 DRESDEN. C5 1 -i 3 sr 11 12 1 1 3 8 -8 1 $ cts 5 3 do do 18 do do 19- dodo 23 dodo -do do- 24 dodo 11 20 dodo 12 dodo 4 ...

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. — 29 March 1844

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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. — 29 March 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DK.tlOl'U.t I'll' CANDIDA I KS far ISJL FOR I'BBMDENT : .IIARTIX VAN CURES, of Xew York. FOR VlCK VaK SIDKNT : ttlCillRD .11. Jii:iS!!. of KcntutfcY. SVjVcl ttilfieitmtinii of a Xilhoiul Cimveniwn. For I'ic.iilciiiiul i:ieilor, A. W. CAVAKLY. liist circuit. JOil.V L). WOOU, second circuit. WILLI A I. LLN. third circuit. A. U. FUnNUII. fourth circuit. VV. A. UUJ.I AKD-0, tilili circuit. JOHN DliMB.tr. fixlli circuit. ISAAC N. AUVOLl), seventh ritcuit. JOHN O A LIU ILW . eighth circuit. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY.' THE FREE TRADE II, Ollnwn, III., Friday, IMnrili ISM fX7"Havina now got through with our heavy tax list advertisements, which have larg.'ly drawn on our lime an J columns, wo hope to ho able to make our paper more interesting to the jcader in future. rXjThe spring term oflho circuit court for this county, commences in this place to-day. I'll I u I t'llsoollj. ()u Saturday, the 23 1 inst., Mr. William Aleock nnd Mr. Samuel Bidcmcad, two citizens of Uristnl...

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. — 29 March 1844

r" THE OTTAWA FREE T 11 AD E It. THE FREE TRADER. rUILISUKD wtvili tix JOHN HISS & WILLIAS 0SS1X, Lasalli ilrert, one. dmr from the north-wot turner of the Public Spain. TERMS : Turo dollars per atrium, if paid in aJviuce, TiVi dollars and f.flif cents if paid within t.r months t a id three dollirs if d-.hyed until the end of th: year, A Icerl'utements inserted at ?1 per square f,r tin first insertion,' and 25 cc.ilifur each sii'iwj.mit insertion. A liberal d'.ncounl im:de Ij thote whu advcrlhe Ij the year. rzyXt subicribers latum fir a shorter ptrimi than six muntli. Kj-Xj p ip-r d'.K'iu'.'i.i ! d tin'il all itrrcaru' are paid, unless at the. uplwt of the cXtiri. rrj'AU cornmunienHon:-) to inmrc utlcntiun, muxl dine, free of postn ;'. Ei sii:ss nil ds. TllhUl'lllULIt L. I.ltklt., UMtUl.K . flu.U.il. Dickey tV I'lslier, Attorney i ail Cumin Hois ut Law, OmiV.l, Ills.. OXn-e on the cast silo of l!ii l'nlilii! Square, liutV(i;ii tli M111.0011 Mouse and City Hotel, in the rooms for...

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. — 5 April 1844

OTTAWA fill TEA OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C C M MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FIUDAV, APKIL 5, 1844. NO. 12. IJnLIGj OII TR( OTTAWA EnKE TIUDKII. The Days before the l-'UoJ. Thcro vai music and ininh in a princely Iiull; There was ghidness and joy in the hearts of ull ; There were nolilfs and rincr8, in pomp and pride, And the lridi'groorn ww there with big hcautilul liriJe ; And the sparkling rye otid the flowing check Told thn rapturous joy which no wurds could speak ; Away was banished nil thought mid rare, I'oi pleasure reigned us solo inuuiiich there. In the banquet hall was a feast prepared, Where nemo of the bounties of earth weic sparej. There were merry giir.ta nl the festive board, And their mirth grew loud tw the wine waa pour'd. And mml-thiilling music rose on the air, Fur Jubul's origan und harp were there, Inspiring the hearts of the young and gay A they flew in the mazy dunce away. And the hours fltw by unmarked by all Of the giddy, throng...

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. — 5 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER DEI3l'K ITIC C.nUID. l i:!t for 111. FOR PRESIDENT : S.1PJH FAS BiaEX.of .New York. for vice president: RICII1RD 31. JOlIXSd.V, of Kn'iirkr. St'jcct lolhtdec!!on of a SiHtinr.l Comriii'un. For lrridrnliul i:tcloi, A. W. CAVA HI. V, first iirci.it. JOil.Y I). WOOD, second circuit. WILLIS Af.I.F.N, ihirdciicuit. A.C. FRENX'il. fourth circuit. W. A. KICII.U'IHO.V, fifil, circuit. JOHN UKMK.tr. Hist',) circuit. ISAAC N. AKXDlil), scvciilh rhruif. JOilX CALHOUN, ci-hth circuit. mm "JUSTICE A'JD EQUALITY." THE I'll EE TKADEIi. Ottawa, III., Iiitlny, .Ipril .5, Is ( 1 Nothing new from Washington in nard lu (ho health cf Jui'lJO Lloll-loH. TUe Dcmac i'at Coiinniloii. Agreeably lo the call of thu central committer, tho delegate from the several r eincti in this district, assembled tit the court huti.-e in this jil.n i' On Friday List, The 1 1 1 l; ; 1 1 1 s itcio called to or der hy iiuiuliii Wm. riiiiii.v, lis,),, chair man, auj Mcs;r. W. I'. Lorn un.l '1'. A. lh.su 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. — 5 April 1844

ft.--,..!-. "m.'iJKB!tn,r... Je Voiilh'a Views. We mentioned several week nzo that the Mormon prophet had announced himself a candi date for the presidency, and that he haJ put forth n address giving his views on the di.Tcreut ques tions of national importance. Of this address we have thus far not been able to procure a copy, and II we have seen of it we And quoted in a review of it in a lata number of tho Warsaw Message We subjoin a few choice slices as we find them there. The Message comments on the di lb rout parts it quotes with great freedom, but we prefer letting our readers make their own comment. J.et the reader ponder on .the following : Petition your state legislatures to par don every convict in their several peni tentiaries : blessing them as they go, am saying to them in the name of the Lord, go thy iva; and sin no more. Advise your legislators when they make laws for larceny; burglary, or any felony, to make the penally applicable to work upon roads, public works, or a...

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. — 5 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FiiEG Til A DE 11. FCHLtSHKD WF.CKLT HT JOHJ HISE & iVILUDI GS11, Lisulle slrert, one do'ir from the iinrth-ue;t turner of the Public Sptare. TERNS Two diH.tr i per annum, if pnid in nifmnsr; Twi di'.Urs ant Jiffy cents if paid within six tninlhst undtlirer djllurs ifdd.iy.d until the end of the year. A Icerlisementt inserted at fl per narefr li t first insertion, and 23 cents fir rack sulj-.i mil insertion. A liberal discount made to time win, advertise by the year. dj.Vj m'jieribirs tufsen fir a thorite prrimi than six months. tfj'Xi p tper d sc mt 'n I'd until nil arreuragii are paid, unlets at the opliuti if the e l.tvr. CpAil to'ifn tnictition , to inmre utlcntim tn'nt rum: free if ii' s: ::ss nil as. TUKJI'IIILIH L. UK Kit, I. i.milj l: H. Ii.il II, .Wornrj nn I Cuum.lhr at Lax, oinin, His. OiW'.a on tin out 6 i -1 nf llic Squire, bcLviii'il t!u M in-iloii II r.i-ii-uud ty'ily ll.'irl, in t'lo ri)ii:in fir. n -rly nci'n;ii.J as a law i;!ii:u l.y...

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. — 12 April 1844

Mil TEABIl nmnro-Annnn JL. OUR CO UNTB Y H E R C 0 M M E F! C E A ND HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APHIL 12, 1044. NO. 43. ( 1 r i: TIIKOI.DSTRtW ll.IT. w Paroiy on " 7Ae OA wfrwi CAar." t "cnczzntwiT," ' I love it, I lni it, anil whit of llint t ' Who'll chido me f r Mini; that ni l atraw hntl 1 I've, gazed on it "ft wiih un;irakahlc pleasure ; I've guarded it ever with tender care; 'Twaa the gift of maiden no loved and fair, , Her finger hate woven each delicate plait, And -aacred thing is that old alraw hat. I love it, I Me it, and who will say , That I h on Id now cat that old liat away t It halh circled my head where the ea uinda Mow, It hath h el If red my hair from the mountain aiiow. From the noonday con it hnth xln tter'J my brow, And think ye, when old I'll forsake it now 1 Tn unhine, and storm, and in wintry weather, ! That old ht and I have been friend together. t'll cling; tn it fondly, yet many a day, Till mv eyea grow dim, and my lock are c...

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. — 12 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. the smiles ami ornaments of li is parlor. It is skillful ami judicious management in the kitchen which docs so much towards linking home pleasant' and prospects bright. Let every young lady who ex poets to become h wife (and w ho Joes not?) look well to these things before she leaves the maternal care. Let lier 10- member, that to bpcnme truly a 'help incet, implies prudence, sagacity and ex perience lit domestic duties ; and let no one enter into thai important and most interesting relation with untried powers a ml unskilful hands. UETIDLIi ITIC ('AM)lin I f.! for I Mil. roa t'r.K.iDK.T : ailTIS V IV DL'.IE.T.of .V.v Torli. yon vi:k sid:nt : R!::n:ia .u. juaxsax, of ErutnckT. S I'j-cl luL'tcdrcition nf a Xilimiul Cunveidroil.) Vv IVcsiUYullnl riceloia, A. W. CAVAKI.Y, fir.,1 circuit. JO.'IX I). Wt (!, sci I circuit. WII.US AI.I.KN, ihitd circuit. A. 0. rilKNClI.f .urlli riiruit. W. A. KICIJAUIJ-iON, nfili circuit. JOHN DCMF.X I'. sixth rircnit. JSAAJ .. AKXO...

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. — 12 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER; casioncd the wreck of both vessels. The tody of one of the crew of the Wnve lias been found washed upon the beach. ' The captains of the Victory and Wave Were married men, having large families, who resided in this city. An appropriate discourse, in reference to this melancholy event, will be preached in the lielhel Church this evening, by Mr. Itowlett the pastor.- Jf'estern Citizen. From the Slate Kcnister. Mule of Mlntc l.nuls. The 6ale of these Ian ds, commenced on Monday. As yet, the sales do not amount to more than some four or five thousand acres, generally ranging from $3 to $6 per acre ; and the prospect is that but few more of them will be sold at this time. It is believed by many per sonsAhat it may be fortunate that so few of them sell. We are informed, that Mr. Itynn re ports, that the internal improvement bond holders in Europe,-wer last summer, ve ry anxious to be let into some work of internal improvement in this stale, upon such terms as are p...

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. — 12 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TRADER. , rcausnio WKKKIY Bf JOIN MSE 4 VILIIIS 0SJ1J, Lualle tlrect, on door from the north-west turner of the Public Square. . tirm: TtoadtAlirt per annum, if paid in adoance , Txt -dollars and fifty cents if paid w'lhin tlx month and thret du.'ljr if diluted until the end of the year. A h:rtistm:itis inserted at ?! per quartfir tit first insertion, md 23 cent for each r.thneq-mtl insertion. A liberal discount made to those uhu advertise by the year. (.Vj sabteribirs li.i'.n f.r a Airier period than six months. Xj.Vy p tpvr disc mlirt'tcd tin. J oU arrearages we paid, unlets ui the option if t'le ed-'t irs. jM7 coufwiniculiuns, to imart ultci.'iu.i, Wis! cn'nr. frrt nf pnttiie. BlSfXESS f.lil IIS. TIIKUfllll.1) L. IIICRtr. o.naGi: K.I IS. I HI. Dickey tic risher, Allormyt (til l Counsellor at Law, omwi, 11!'.. OTi.'s on tin enl sidu of (ho Public Sqinrc. botui'n llif Mnuio.'i Jlmim and OtiyTlolel, in tht r i) n f ir n vly occupied its a Uw u.licu b...

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. — 19 April 1844

I OTTAWA IMEE TRADE OUR C 0 U N T R V H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APIUL 19, 1014. NO. 44. .Ho A .-.- An ICxciliuii Mlory. ilt was a very sultry evening towards the close oPJune, 1772, that Cant, liar moil anil the Rangers urgeil their canoes up the Keuebeck River, in (he pursuit of their savage enemies. Four hours they toiled diligently at the oar the last trace of civilization was left . hchiiul, and the long shadows of thu striking forests met and blended in the middle of the hroad stream that wound darkly through them. At every sound from the adjacent shores the rattling of some night bird, or the quick footstep of some wild beast-the ilash of the oar suspended, and the Ran ger's grasp lightened on his rifle. All knew the enterprise ; and that silence which is nam rid to men who feel tlicm ) selves in extreme jeopardy settled upon the midnight adventurers. -'Hush softly men !' said the watchful Harmon, in a voice that scarc...

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. — 19 April 1844

T II E 0 T T A XV A FREE TRADER. same as before the coroner's jury. D'" 1 rec"1 lect sutintf before the coroner's jury that IMuhj's came between the stable ami the sU.-ks when he hoi, or that llio dog wus sitting by Morse when ho g.it there wouhj rec..llcrl if be luJ so stated. H is never Uted that Jl.irsn was J"SiintI I''"1" lips' c.ittlc. Don't kii-iw vlul .V.ire went d(n Ihere fr. Supposed thnt he went down ll"'r! 10 drive rhilipd caul.: nil- ht.i wheat. f li i I ."'''' had d.cd Phillip' cuttle several tunc hcbire this." Should think is was i r '" h ,ur a,t,,r More went out t-ef'tro the Kun cracked : It was ut ter sunrise when the (run cracked. It clear niorniiis. Thinks there was iioihing between the bix ivhcre be st.wd and where .U""' t '' except fence. Kesidra now ut Newark, Kfinl.ill conn ty. When ho got to .lom !i-ro be lay, be hol lowed luck ! l'rice ami the other. Kun up to JlfrCIakcy'. Sa stated at the former cjuiiii- M'.iull. V. A. Twilling. U partially acquainted with 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. — 19 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. V Fublic Meeting. At a largo and respectable meeting of the citizens of Indian Creek held at Mun ontown, in the county of La Salle, and State of Illinois, on the I61I1 of April, 1844, pursuant to previous notice, for the purposo of Inking into consideration the case of the notorious James M. Phillips, and expressing our views and feelings on this subject, On motion the Rev. Wesley Hatchel lkr was called to the chair, and Samuel Wiley elected secretary. After due consideration the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved That we most deeply regret the necessity which has called us together to express our indignation at the release of James M. Phillips from justice, after a jury of his county had found him guilty of manslaughter and fixed his punishment at three years confinement in the peni tentiary four of the jury believing that he ought to be hung. Resolved That we deeply regret the waul of law for the punishment of man slaughter, or if law...

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. — 19 April 1844

I T H E O T T A"W A T II E E T U A I) E 11 . .TIICFJ1EG TRADER. rvaLisaco fititr bt join msE at mini osn.v, Liulie street, one dr from the north-west corner of the I'i'ilie Sjuare. ' tsuki: ' Tu;oJJ!jrs perainttrn, if paid in udcunce T.c dJUra and fifty cents if paid within tix n-nthit and three dM.iri ifiLUyed until the end of the yenr. Aforrtisem'ntt inserted at $1 per sjwvf f-r tht first initrt'j-1, and 23 rents fur each stdptml insertion. A liberal disowtt inndi to thoie ultu udctrtist iy the ytar. CZyXj lubieriturs taken fir a shorter period thin fix months. (Xj.V ' p iper diinnlin ir i until till arrearage art paid, :ics at the option if the edituri. (j--I.V comntitniculiun, la insure ut.'tntion, trvtut come free of puslnar. bus! jess CARDS. rusormi.es v. dii ku, i;.oiii.: a. iimiiu. Dickey & Vlhcr, Attorneys an I C'jtviidlors at Law, OTTAWA, His. O.Tioe on tits cast si b of tlio Public. Square, Ijt'.voL'a tho Mansion Homo nnd City Hotel, in tho rooms formerly ncrupied as ...

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. — 26 April 1844

TIIO OUR COUNTS Y H E R C 0 f.l MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APHIL 2C, 1011. NO. 45. FHITMBIl. m vv m afrsssssi JJL JUL . AJl Y V JL JLL From the New England Democrat. Keep flood Nature!. Good nature is a gem wliich alwnvs aliines brightly jn whatever ground' it is set. It cbeers the darkness of misfortune nml warms the heart that is callous and cold. In Social life, who lias not seen and felt its charming influences ? If you want to be nappy yourself, and make erery body else happy, be good nalured. Pon't let little matters rile and rufile you. Nobody gains anything by being cross and crabbed. A friend has injured vou the world goes hard yoa want em ployment, but can't get it or you can't get your honest dues or the fire has consumed, or the waters have swuilov.etl up the fruits of many years hard labor or your merits are overlooked or yorr faults magnified or enemies have tradu ced, or friends have deceived. Never mind, don't get mad with a...

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. — 26 April 1844

not refuse to go before tho magistrate. When lie vent to KuIxTts, bo wu not aJviscd to go before lbs magistrate." Qiritionrd by p'o'cctttor There vvasu con sulliticn a to what it was lrst to do or what course In take e xcept a w 1111m lias stated. J'oii t recoiled that any course was rreommciidf I rept as tie l;a sluii-u before. Phillips' iicarrslT!f igh bar between liim ami witness, 011 the othr road, win Wallace, except Price, who livcJ about fcO rijs.!l llio rnJ. i;urrycr nvei on inm roan, n'.uut a mile from Phillips'. I!.iiiiIimI ! next, nluul a ri t i 1 0 oil J a bait 'front Phillips'; Hubert lives ne si, abiHit two iiihI u half noes or better. Jl.inis in Hubert lives h li:t'c in- in r to him than u'iiii' doe by lb.it r.u 1. Thinks bo (v ilncss) il nit live mora than two cnJ a half 1111.Y fiom Phillips', t!iu way be came. D.ttd. Ilosfoid lives across the en ck from Phillips" ami ,IrsVs, 11 lii:!n bibber up llu-'creik. If Phillips bail attempted to cross the creek oil the r.).iJ...

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. — 26 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. - Frinlrr'a MUsUn. To hold and trim the torch of Truth. And wave it o'er the darken'd earth ; To evay the yearning heart nf youth. And (jive the earned thought it birth ; Abroad upon thy way to fling. From nfflhy never resting wing, l.'pnn the crowds that blindly grope, In black despair, a ray of hope 'J'hiw is thy minion to thy kind, Thou mighty Mercury of Mind. From the Gieen Day Republican. Scene lu the IVnl. nt jusiou". CHIEF JUSTICE OF GREEN HAY. Perhaps some of our readers recollect the equitable and speedy method of pun ishing offences committed against the community, or individuals, during the reign of His Honor, Judge Rcome, Chief Justice nf Green IJay ; who measured out Justice by the half bushel and gill, as best suited him, for many years previous to the time the United Status Government took possession of Wisconsin Territory. That was not the golden age, for gold was as scarce as musquitocs in February ; so scarce indeed, that a look at a "shiner...

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