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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Foreign News. The following summary of foreign news receiv ed by iho British ship Caledonia, m compiled from various New Vork papers of the -Uth ult. The British Royal .Mail Steamer Cale donia arrived at Boston on Thursday the 1 9th inst. She left Liverpool at 3 o'clocl on the afternoon of the 4th, and of course has made the distance from dock to dock in 2 hours short of 15 days. She encoun tered rough and tempestuous weather du ling the greater part of the voyage, winch accounts for her long passage. She arri ved at Halifax on the 17th, at 3, P. M. and sailed at 9 P. M. for Boston ; blow ing gales of wind in her teeth all the pas sage. A letter has been received, dated Liverpool, Nov. 4th, stating that the Britisli Queen which sailed on the 2d inst., had been obliged to put back to Hastings on the 3d, Cause not known. France. The Trench Minister, M Thiers, and his colleagues, tendered their resignation on the 22d of October. 1 he ciuse is thus explained. T...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 11 December 1840

I ); I? ill JL t in: ilti x bis fre e ' t it A n e it V : ; t 1,1 1 V i.i I: i i r in f. f;i ! ! t I ! 1 t i! Ill i . ' I r. V ? ' I I l!: ' ;t ,k i i .a n 0 V. Dickey A LcSaiul, A!!:wt'j V cuuiiuMiift i:t l:w, Utltrivu, !!! f :n .. . ...v?.-,.! til the V11C 01 UIC Urtll "i"'1." -.v ... dim rent courts in Judge Ford'a circuit. Ottawa, May .23, 13-10. 1 tf. Geo. SI. ftoiris, !!u.r,i- t.nd VMti'iUi til Luw,' M: ttr m Chiuunj uii:l iW.i-,y J uoi.e. 4 . . , . Ouawa, Illinois. -.May 23, 1310. 1 U'. J. J. Hall, Attorney mi CunRat ls.v '"' '''' '" OfA vi f :it. OllVe ooposite tho Maiuku House, OU.v.u -LrtSallocm.ntv, Illinois Mv 21, 1st-0-S. li.' X'mtVK'H, AHi'i-U ' (Mil Cull iim ihf ill Oii'.ts over tho in w ht-irt of di.-ihiuaii A, Thnmj Soil, Olt.l'.VV, 11 ' I May i.n.1, 1810. l-:f. illiHon SI. S i'-i, Atlmwil cntl C.uitn-lhf li l."ir. Ollky on Iai o.ilk Street, ii ft w doom .North o till! Market, Ottawa, Illinois. Slay 23.1, IS 10. :l' John V. A. a iocs Al'.u-nfi :t,ul Cmm-.ttL.' lit L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 December 1840

THE IIXINOI FREE TRADER. Out Country, ht Commrrre, and her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1810. NUMBER 31. ! , j 1 Fl'HLISIIKD WEEKLY HI GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Street, nearly ojijjvuite the Mansion Iluusc. TERMS I Two dollar ami fil'tv cents per annum, ifimid in advance ; Three dollars if not paid brfore the cxpirutinn nf thft first biv ninllths: And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of the year. . AdfcrtiscmenU inserted ui ?i per BHu... tho first insertion, n cents tor cacli sunsequent insertion. i literal discount made to Wirtisf bv the year. All communications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest man manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the seat of justice of La Salic county ; is situated ut the junction of tho Fox river with the Illinois. 290 miles, bv water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago and Peoria The population o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 December 1840

T Ii E J I-1-1 N O I S F K E E T H A 1) E It he chose his favorite pistols, I preferred this musket. 1 Mood behind ti tree till he came to the mark I had set, just ten yards off. I then called out to him, 'Stop take care.' I had then a right, by the terms, to fire ; but t loft it to his choice either' to take nine buckshot from my gun, or to drop his pistols and march back to town. He wisely chose the latter; and you all bear me witness that I have brought him from the field of honor safe and sound; and that is more than he would have done for me, if he had been in my place and I in his. And now, to show that l meant to take no unfair advantage, I will change situations with him before you all. I will give him the musket, and let him, if he can, drive me as 1 drove him ; or if he prefers to shoot me, as I gur-ss from his looks that he does, then let him take his revenge, and put nine buckshot into me, if he can." So saying, Jedediah turned to the duellist, and throwing him the muske...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 December 1840

FREE TRADER. lirivp. f mm thfi result of this emrairement, fallen into the power of the Sublime Porte. Letters up to the 17th Oct., via Ejrypt, . 1 . .. ..r ft. Vi. confirm the ruin ot tne cau- . roy in Syria. According to these letters, the Emir Bechir, wun o; i t!ie allies, bcsiilcs irremil mountaineers. TwoEgyptain regiments had also "one over to tlie allies, loralum and Soliman Pasha had retreated before the victorious allies, and their whole irMis were in a slate of the greatest do , moralisation. All is quiet and going on well in Ervnt. All the nor ih of Mount Lebanon, w ith the exception of Tripoli, is in the power of the insurgents. I he l.mir lsecuir who had been for some time in communi' cation with the allies, concluded a coiv vention on the 5th Sept. with the Sera, ltior Isot l':ish:i and Admiral Stopford, The Prince of the Druses required that Ids life and property should he secure tr. him. mihI iii return he enirarred to serve hi mimicr. the Sultan, with fidelity. On t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 18 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE THAI) EH j ;' : i i in i n j.:' A ElMESS CARDS. TMlOFlllLl'S I. l.K'JiKT. lORLViJ LKLA.1I Dickey & Lelnml, AUornej o tuunsillora ut law, Oi taunt, lit'. One of the firm will ulwnys be present et the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. I it. CJeo. II. Morris, Atturtie- mid CuunftUrr at Laic. M.ntcr in ' Chtficcry and Rotary Pubic. Ottawa, Illinois. Mav 23. 1S-10. 1 tf. J. J. lloll,. AUtrneu and Cjitnvllir at hue and S. l'rif r in ClIiMCrilT. Otfice opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, La Sulle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1S10. x S. II. Faro well. Attorney and Cutms'ilor 1 1 I. :: ORice over tlie new stre of Oushinan A Thcmpsoii . ( tltawu, Illinois. May 23,1, 1810. I if. " Mi'toii II. Swill, Allttntty Ynd Cw.wlbir nt Iru: OiT.ca on La Salle Street, a f.xv doors ..'.. tli of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. I Mar 23d, IS 10. l-.lf. John V. A. IIocs, Attorney and CinnitH:r at Liw cud Sj.'dtor i-, Chancery. Office next door north of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

EE TR -JUJ&.JJ Our Co si n ry. In (.'cnimrrrr. uutl hrr l'rrr Instiunions. VOLUME 1. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DFX'FMHL It HMD. NUMBER 32. w- m -r .r-v a - i).t!.!.,..t.! 1 ' I ADER. PCBLISHKll WKF.KLt III GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, J:mul Sticet, neurit opposite ihe Maii$int limn-. T K II m : Two dollars nii.l fifty cents per aiiuuiu, it'puiil in advance: Three dollars if not paid before the expi ration of the first six mouth; And three dollars ami iwmlv.l'.v ills if drl ivcd until ttlC end ot Advertisements inserted ut l per square for iKa I,, n..rti.ni. mil 2 J cent lor eaeli sun sequent insertion. A liberal discount nifule to those who advertise ly t'c year. All eom-nunifations, to ensure utleiition, must be post paid. J0!i WORK Of everv description, executed in the neatest nninmanner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the seat of justice of I.n Sail county; is situated ut the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, SUl) miles, by water, from Saint Lo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS F H E E T R A I) E It . i-'r"i the New Haven R'ghtcr. Vhnt will the Democrats do?" CryvfthtWh'gs. What will they dot They will rally to save Their land from the foe-from mountain anil glen In itrength they will come, true-hearted and. b:avc. Man binds not the wind, controls not the wave, Aqi thinks ho to conquer firn patriots when Contending for rights, the" determine to be, Though tyrants shou)',.thrrstcn-unshaelird& (roe. What will tb'y do! What have they ever done ! - Unerringly toil for freedom and truth, Nor shrink from the conflict, till victory won, They ece the work ended bo nobly begun. The wisdom of age, the vigor of youth, ' Will unite in the e:lrt bless'd may it be. That no cloud may darken the home of the free. What will they do! They will steadfast remain, With principle! pure, with purposes high, The laws of their country will firmly sustain, Love for Liberty' cause, will fondly retain ; . To her aid thev will hasten when danger is nigh, This,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS F H E E T It A D E It . t'lvm llu Ahe Huren Rrgittcr. "What will the Drmocniu do?" - Cry of the WA'gs; What will they do t They will rally to save Their land froiu the foe-from mountain an J glen In itrength they will come, true-hearted an J. !;ave. Man binds not the wi.rd, control not the wave, And think he to conquer firm patriots when Contending for rights, the determine to be, Though tyrant ahoul'1. ihreaten-unshackl'd &(rcc. Vh.it w ill tb'y do! What have they ever done ! t'nccfuingly toil for freedom and truth, Nor shrink from the conflict, till victory won, They ace-the work ended to nohly begun. The wisdom of age, the vigor of youth, Will unite in the c:T"rt bless' d may it be, That no cloud may darken the home of the free. What will they dol They will steadfast remain, With principle! pure, with purposes high, The laws of their country will firmly curtain, Love for Liberty' cause, will fondly retain ; . To her aid they will hasten when danger is nih...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

TIIE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. From the Genesee farmer. Thorn Fctirc. We regret that tlierc is so little attention paid to this branch of domestic agriculture ; as it is scarcely probable that with all the hardy, thick-growing and spine producing plants of our country to select from there should be nothing suitable for the important purpose of fencing. We have seen acres of land, which had been cleared many years ago, and then left, covered with thorn that had sprung up spontaneously, and in impenetrable masses. In other parts of our country, the woods are filled with the native thorn. Now it may be considered a well established fact, that any plant or tdirub that will sprir.g up and flourish in a wild state, may, in the same place and soils, by a suitable course of cultivation, be made to grow in subserviency to the wishes of man. Thus there is nothing to hinder a first rate thorn fence in our soils. The ditlicul- ty of making the seed of haws grow, has had its influence in preventing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. it i From the Genesee Farmer. Thora Frucr" We regret that there is so little attention paid to this branch of domestic agriculture ; as it is scarcely probable that with all the hardy, thick-growing and spine producing plants of our country to select from there should be nothing suitable for the important purpose of fencing. We have seen acres of land, which had been cleared many years ago, and then left, covered with thorn that had sprung up spontaneously, and in impenetrable masses. In other parts of our country, the woods are filled with the native thorn. Now it may be considered a well established fact, that any plant or shrub that will spring up and flourish in a wild state, may, in the same place and soils, by a suitable course of cultivation, be made to grew in subserviency to the wishes of man. Thus there is nothing to hinder a first rate thorn fence in our soils. The difficulty of making the seeds of haws grow, has had its influence in preventing t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 25 December 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. mum cum tatoraiLV i. nirjiir. lui.ism leliso 1 ' Rickey & Lclautl, Attorneys 4- toumcllora at toe, Oliinta, l'h. Oae'of the Grin will always be present at th - dillerent court in Judge Ford circuit. -. Ottawa, May S3, 13-10. If. Ceo. II. Norris, Attorney and Cjumelhr at Law, M .... ' Chancer) und Xutitry Public. Muter Ulla.vu, minon. Vtay 23, 1810. ltf. J. J. Holt, AUvrnry und Countclhr at Law and Sicily in C.IASCEltT Ortlc opposite ilia Mansion IIoujc, Ottawa. L Salle coi.nlv, Illinois, May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. i. ll. rurcwell, , Attorney cud OunttclIur (it L:v: Office over the new stare of Cushtnau A Thumpsou, Ottawa, UlirtoU. May 23d, 18-10. lf; Milton II. (Swift, A'tunity und Cumin Hor u! L:u Office on La Salle Street, a few doors .North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. Miy 23d, 1610. 1 -tf. JoEin V. A. Hoes, Attorney and Countt'lur at Liw und Hdiclturln Chancery. Office next door north of the IVnOlheo, Ottawa, La Salle rounty, Iliinoi. May 23d,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 1 January 1841

NOIS FREE r Our Country, hrr foramfrrf, and her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA , ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1011. NUMBER 33. THE itnn 'iH'.'i'i-'i Lmii l.iil '""..f - -1 Uff. President's Message. Follow citizens of the S:nule and Huux if ttiprtsentutive .- Our devout gratitude is due to tlu Supreme Being for having graciously continued to our beloved country, through the vicissitudes of another year, the invaluable blessings of health, plenty, and neace. Seldom has this favored laud been so generally exempted fiom the ravages of disease, or the labors 01 uie uusoaiiuiuan more amply rewarded ; and never before have our relations with oilier countries been placed on a more favorable basis than that which they so happily occupy at this critical conjuncture in the affairs of the world. A rigid and persevering abstinence from all interference with the domestic and political relations of other States, alike due to the genius and distinctive character of our Government, and to the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 1 January 1841

F THE ILLNOIS FREE TRADER. fthe rights of tlie minority ; if suck is jjdeuiably the case, what national grounds iultl have been conceived for amicipaing pght but determined opposition to such jh institution at the present dayt t Could a different result have been ex pected, when ths consequences which ave flowed from its creation and nurticlary from its struggles to perpetuate its Ixislence, had con firmed lit so striking a "aanner, the apprehensions of it? earliest , opponents ; when it had been so clearly lemonstrated that a concentrated money ixnver, wielding so vast a capital, and r;ombinlnir such incalculable means of in fluence, may, in those peculiar conjunc ture J to which this government is unavoio "ibly exposed, prove an overmatch for the political power of the people themselves ; jwhen the true character of its capacity to iregulate according to its will and its inteirests, and the interests of its favorites, the .'value and production of the labor and property of every m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 1 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER i For the Illinnin Fret Trader. Tlie Cloning Voir. How swiftly Tunc is sin-eding Through days, anJ mollis, and years ! Onward ho goes, unheeding Poor iix r.aU' sihs ""J 'eursHo care not for tho hearts he breaks, Nor for the ravage ho makes In nature' wide dominions ; Ho never stops to take repose, He pauses not, hut on he goes, On never-tiring pinions. A few more days 'vitl finish The history of this year ; As days and hours diminish, Another hastens near. Another year will soon commence, But who can tell what one year henee Will bo our situation ! To us the future is unknown The veil of darkness round it thrown Defies our penetration. Time is no politician, No party man is he ; He flatters no condition, He favors no degree. But unt uM beneath his caro He gives, unasked, a liberal share Of all that he possesses : Hopes, disappointments, smiles, and tears, Anticipations mixed with fears, Vexations and distresses. How swiftly Time is speLdiii Upon his unknown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 1 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. w f i K ! ft 'id W ,a t if to r-u a i. w f P' .!! ir e 'O i :'e BUSINESS CARDS. Tf.rurmi.rs l. pic-kit. loukxzo ikla u Dickey & Lcland, Ailonity 'V counscl'.urs ut lute, Ottawa, Ilk. Oue of die firm will always be present ut the diuerent courts in Judge Foril a circuit. Ottawa, Ma; S3, 1S40. " 1 tf. iieo. II. I orris, Attorney vnd CuumeUur at Luw, Muster in Chancery end JX-itury VuLl.c. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1S10. 'S. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor ut L::.u and SJ citur in Office opposite the Mansion Ilou.e, Ottawa, La 6ul!o rm.ntv, Illinois. May 2-td, 13i0. X Fa row oil, A'.'i'rnry end Cmtnnaur ut Luw. Office over th? new st .re of Cushmaa A, Thoij son, OltJ'.vii, Illinois. Mflv 23-1, 110. I tf?fIilJOtt SI. Swift, A't rn' auil Cntiiftior at Laic. O.Tice en J a . al'e r. . et, a fnv doors .North "I the M i.i.it, Ottawa, lihnui.. May 23J, H ! f'.rolns r.'A. E!e-i, A'.tLTMy c.iJ C.j t. -e'i.-r of L itc und S li.-it.ir i.i Otfire i:et t?.r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 8 January 1841

n rHE TRADER. Our Country, kt I'uminrrcr, nn.l her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, JANUARY B, liMl. NUMBER 34. ILLINOIS FREE 1 pry.;?! -tnizrvm i. ... v ruuLiNiiKn wti.KLr x GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, "Caiutl Street, nearly ojjntsite the M union House, r e n m : ... Two dollars ami lil'ly ct-ntH per annum, if paid in ,K-.,... 'ri.,.i.,ii.,r- Wnrii niiiil before theexm- ration of 'the first six mouths; And three dollars and twenty-five cents it delayed Llm " the year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square tor tho first insertion, and 'J5 cents for each subMpquent insertion. A liberal discount madu to those who adrertiie hy the year. fj".o paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unices at the option of thu editors. All comiiHinications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB (I n K Of every description, executed in the neatest manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the scut of justice of I.a Salle county i is situated at the junc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 8 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. For the Llinoit Free Trrdrr. The IVcw Yrnr. Another long, eventful year has ended Another ea eventful has begun, And still to us lifV blessings are extended ; While many who beheld last New Year's sun, With brilliant hopes, by rosey health attended, With life and all its busy scenes have done, And now lie giunilioring with the peaceful dead, Unconscious of the tears around thein shed. Another year, with hopes and wishea, Is just beinnin j will it he our l.nt ? Darkly the future fiom cur vitvv is shrouded; We eannot raise the veil around it east. To umc, by forrovvs it may he o'en loud, d ; ' To some it mvr be brighter than the pa t ; To nil it will bring changes, more or Lsj, And probably, to all some happiness. Thousands, perhaps, in Measure' tram "I 1 'dly And ihougUll'JiS mirth, the yea' neiy spend Wasting life's treasures, and a prtn ing v. holly Unconscious or tegurdie-.s of t!n ;r end ; While on the steps of lli'iusunda, .Melancholy, With her dark tmi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 8 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Ottawa Legislature. A merlin; of the Ottawa Legislature will lo lnld at the Mechanics' ll.ill on Mmdni Iircm'tni tho 1 1th iust. The following rc solution has hceu mauc me special ordi r : t P .... ..... TL.i .1... -......I.t.w. mi Inf.'rio.l tin .ft'..-fT.J, 4 IIUl lilt' fUlllltM ' - irovemenU lie directed to enquire into nnil report to this Ho.isa trn expediency of providing funis t- . . .i fit: 1 t : I : t . , ior and cilnl timr me uniiois iimi ..uciimnn i alial, the Central Kail Hoi'l from Itork Kiver to Cairo, and the If orih;'rn Crom Kail Kond, from i i u..-:....r...l.l i ..e : .i JiiCKSonvuie io niiim;ni, mm oi mcrciisiiur im banking capital of the !tate for that uinoe." The public are invited to attend. Jan. 11. W.Om.y,Secnt,mj. STATE OF ILLINOIS, Max Salic County, In the Cirruit Court, to )Iay Trrin. Nl. Rachel IlAsnuon k, -j In Chancery. vs. I IJill to foreclose a David N. Tr.Rin:i . J mortgage. I T appearing by satisfactory aflidaxit, JL filed in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 8 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t ; f BUSINESS CARDS. TBEurJILVl I. 1MCKKT. tOHCCZU ULIXII Dickey & Lelund, Attorneys Sc counsellors al law, Ottawa, Ilk. One of tha finn will always lie present at llic different courts in Judge Ford' circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. co. II. IVorris Attorney and Cuuiiullr at Law, Mmtir in Chancery und Notary Vuldic. , . Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1810. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney und Counsellor at haw and Silicitm- in Cuisikht. Office opposita the Mansion House, Ottawa, La Millie county, Illinois. May 2:ld, IS10. 1 tf. S. II. I'rwll, Attorney and Counsellor tit I.uw. O.'Iico over the new storo of Cushmau A: ''ho;iiison, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. LzlL ?Ii!ton II. Swill, Allorwy and Cuunsdlor at J.'iu: Office on La Salle Street, a iVvv door .orth of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1610. Jolin V. A. IIo'S A.'turuey and Cuuusc'l r til lsnv ami S Jicitor in Chancer y. Oflicc next door north ot the Post Office, Ottawa, La Sallu countv...

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