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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 15 January 1841

nr-K-n-rs w -rtfl FT "IT" W-- -r- t-r- -sJ 'jfl A fijll, -4 EIABEI Our Country, !irr Comment, and her Tree Institutions. ' VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1041. NUMBER 3.' TJHlJtfi JULJLIJN OAS -JPKl FREE T ' " 111 " ... " t n m ' 1 i i i . i, , i . , 1.1 GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHM HISE, 'Cjnul Sluct, neurly opposite the Mvuion Unite. Ttnusi: Two dollars ami fifty cents per nnmim, if paid in "advance; Thret! dollar if not paid before tlie expi ration of tlin first six month: And three dollars and twenty -five cents if delayed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at ?l per square for the first insertion, and 23 cent for each sub sequent insertion. A liberal discount inudc to tlioss who advertise by the year. Qy-No p.iwr discontinued until all arnarn;jf' arc paid, unless at the option of the editors. AH communications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOI; WORK Of every description, c; edited the ncilcal maimer, lit the usual prices. OTTAWA is tho...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 15 January 1841

(jj-Wc tak? the following from the Troy Budget. It is, asSiiinucI Weller would ay, " worry excel lent, nnJ werry much to the point." pay the rixivricit. Original "Lw Tt ii ' A'"i." Here cows winter, liere comes winter, Storing of hail and snow ami ulcct . Tuy the Printer, pay the Printer, Let him warm his hands mid fui-l. Hero comes winter, here comes wiutir, Whitening every hill and dale ; Pay the Printer, pay the Printer, 'Ntnd your money hy the mail, ray the Printer, pay the Printer, All remember his ju.t due. In cold winter, iti cold winter, He has wants us well a yon. Merry winter, merry wiuli r It will he if all do riijht; Pay the Printer, pay the Printer. Do the thin that is polite. Happy winter, happy winter, Hark the jiii.'r'linj; of the bells; To the Printer, t the Printer, What sa l tales their inline tells ! Ah! poor Printer! ah! po.ir Printer ! Your subscribers f.-;!ie a!l ' In the winter, in the winter, Hut ne'er think f von lit all ! "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE T...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 15 January 1841

A - ... THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER.- difference between the two states of things, that which now exists ami that which would if the measure proposed by this resolution should be adopted, is far, very far, from being so immaterial as the sena tor seems to suppose. The Sub-Treasury, as established by law, be it wise or not, is, at all .events, legal and constitu tional. No one can deny that; but should tho senator's resolution succeed, and the act be repealed, he would restore the state of things which he, and those with whom he has acted, have contended, for these three years, to be illegal and uncon stitutional, and which placed the control over the public money wholly under the discretion of the Executive. Is that NOTHING ? Public I' lin. Pursuant to previous notice, a large and respectable number of the citizens oi La salle county assembled at the court house in Ottawa on the lllh day of Jan. 1811, and organized the meeting by appointing (Jen. A. McClaskey chairman, and .. Leland se...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 15 January 1841

. . err- " i if THE ILLINOIS FREETRADER I' ! T 1 4 v j 'l; I V AS, BUSINESS CARDS. TllKOrliltCS l. PIt'niT. ,. WiltSt'J UUXU Dickey & JLclauri, A'tvmtys r counsellors at lew, Ottateu, l'.h. One of the firm will always bo present ut the different court in Judge For J' circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1310. 1 if. Geo. II. IVorris, Attorney nnd CiAmtellir ul IaVl; M-ul:r in Chancery und N.tury J'utJ.c. . , Ottawa, lllinuid. MiT23,1810. 1 tf. J. J. ISoIt, Attorney and Cjunstllur a! Law cr.J .Sh.'c.'.'v i.i , C.ianieut. OiCce opposite the Alaiuijri Houi, Oiu.va, La Salle county, Illiiio'u. May 83d, 1310. j S. IS. I'areweSl, Attorney and Cjunsitur it ..to. Ofuca over tho new htore of Cushm.i.i A. Thump i, , . son, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23,!, IS 10. 1-tf. IiiiUon II. Swift, Atlornry und C-junvuw it .... 0i on La Sallo Sir.:', a f.-.v iW.:. Noi-'h . lite Market, Ctl.i.va, i:'..:. May 23d, 1810. 1 - f. John V. A. ISocs, Attorney and Cuume'lur tit I. no tin.! S. Ctutnt.cii. ,...." . OftVf next do...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 22 January 1841

.-. Li tl 6 E Li 4 IlLONOfS - JB THE EE TRADER. Our Country, Iier Commerce, anil her Free Institutions. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1841. VOLUME I. NUMBER 36. Fifth Annual Ilcport Of the Board of Commissioners of the Illinois ami Michigan Canal. To Lis Excellency Tiiomah C'hlix, Uivernur nf the Sluie of Mint)!: Sir The Board of Commissioners of the Illinois and Michigan Canal have the honor to submit, in obedience to law, their Fifili Annual Report. At the close of the last fiscal year there remained in the Treasury, and in the con tingent fund, the sum of 82,301 53, which, before the expiration of the first quarter, was absorbed by the payment of interest, the redemption of outstanding checks, and disbursements for indispensa bc contingencies. A part of the work for the last quarter of 1839 had gone unpaid, for the want of funds ; and the disordered slate of the mo ney market, attended by a rapid fall of all public securities, forbade any probable re liance upon the sale ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 22 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREETRADER. atcly concerned, as well as to the Nation, that if the laws remain as they are, the first earnest step on the part of Indiana will bo cordially met on the part of Illi nois. All of which is respectfully submitted. W. F. THORNTON, President. JACOB FHY, .let. Commissioner. nSS3.& mi awn wrf "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Wf.iv r & Ilic, IMiiars. UUiuvn, i;;., I'riilay, Jana.try OjMVe un aufio.-; U avowee THOMAS J. TKUE an acaulUUt f.r the j, c if Conner, ft La Suite county, at t'.e rpcd-.A e'.t.iiv.i un tin 30A insiint. fXy-IIon. J, M. Hjai.-.io.N of the V. i r-Vsiate, will pleas accept our th.a.l-.t) ihr varKai.t j ui .lie documents sent ui (rjJH.)ur Senator an 1 Tv rcs-nt -if ivo in th State Legislature, have our thun!;fjri!;-v:r a'.n n tion ill promptly furuiula:!.; i:a with va'naL'e reports, tc. (We tu'iQ thiioceasbn U xvv i-t cur fii.-itd:at Hprtugficld, to envelope leporlM, pa er:i, Ike, in uch a manner, as to l-'iv.- one end .'' tho d....

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 22 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER Wrijjbt of .lliliiarjr .11 ru. The following memorandum was found a number of years ao in llie pocket book of an officer of the Massachusetts line: August ID, 1783. Weighed at the scales at West Point. General Washington, General Lincoln, General Knox, General Huntington, General ( ronton, Colonel Swift, Colonel Michael Jackson, Colonel Henry Jackson, Lt.Col. Huntington, Lt. Col. Cobb, Lt. Col. Humphreys, It appears from the above, that the av erage weight of these eleven distinguished Revolutionary officers was 211 pounds. The heaviest weight having been General Knox, who weighed 280 pounds, and the lightest General Huntington, who weigh ed 132 pounds. It is somewhat Modular that the biographers of eminent men never unless under circumstances of a peculiar character, record the weight or dimensions of the clay tenements wliich were the a- bode of their immortal spirits. -Xero York Sun. 209 lbs. 221 .280 " 13 ica " 210 25$ 23S 232 " 180 221 " Smelling a r vr...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 22 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER: BUSINESS CARDS, TltOftllLVt 1. DICKS.. lORKJXO LIkAXO Dickey & Iceland, Attorney t eoumeUori at law, Ottawa, Ilk. Om of the firm will always be present at the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1840. 1 tf. Geo. II. I orris, Allvrtuii and Cuuiitcltur at Law, Misltr in J r., ..J V..,., P...-. Ottawa, lllinoi. May 23, 1840. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellur at Law and SJleitir in Chaxcsbt. Office oppoidte the Mansion lIouw, Ottawa, La Salle county, liunoii. May 23J, 1810. lr-. S. Ii. Farewell, Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Office over the new storo of Cushmau & Thorn p. son, Ottawa, lllinuu. Mav23J,l810. t tf. itliUou II. Swift, Attorney and Cunsillor at Law. Office on La Salle Street, a few doom North the Market, Ottawa, Iliinotj. May 23 J, ISM. 1 tf- of J oil n V. A. I Iocs, Attorney und CuiuitelLr at L'uu and SAlcltur in Chancery. Office next door north ol tho TojI Office, Oi'. i wa, La Salle county, liluiuLi. May23J...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 29 January 1841

THE I J rl U iN Cur roau'.ry, her Commerce, and Iirr Free Institnlions. IJLNOIS TRADEM; JO VOLUME I. rj The following beautiful lines, by N. P. Willis, obtained tlie prize ofTercd by the Editor of the Boston Recorder and Telegraph, fur the best poetical production furnished for that paper during the year 1835: vvruuoric uoiiw. I sometimes feci as I could blot All traces of mankind from earth As if 'twere wrong to blast them not, They so degrade, so shame their birth. To think that earth should be fair, So beautiful and bright a thing, That naturo should conic forth and wear Such glorious apparelling; Thut sky, sea, air, should live and glow With light, unil love, and holiness, And yet men never fuel or know How much a Uod can love and bless How deep their djht ut' thankfulness. I've seen the sun go down, and light i.iiio IIjuJs of gld pouretl on Hie sUv When every tree and lljwcr was bright, And every pulse was beating high. And the full soul was gushing love, And longing for its ho...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 29 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. & fl of desolation and horror T Yes ! Let her only speak let but her accents be hearJ, mildly, but firmly, reprobating the principles and the practice of war, and her voice shall be like that of our blessed Sa viour when rebuking the winds and the waves, it shall hush the terrible elements of war into an eternal calm. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." I : THE FIIEE TRiU)ER W enter & Ili-K-, Utlilorn. Ottawa, III., Fr'nlny, January 2'J. yVt ait aulhor'utd in (in'WiiTIIH.MAS J. TRUE as a eirvltd-Je far the. uffit of LW.mrr, fur Li Salle euunli, ut the special election on the 30M instant. Barring of ibi C'iiroUnrVnr Midi (rem Ilriluin. The burning of the Caroline on J the murder of her crew by a, troop of Brilit.li soldiers, was an outrage that cannot be justified, utid may yrileud o serious conscjuenccs. Should the view the British Minister at Wellington lake of the sub ject be sanctioned by the British Government; and should Mcl-eod, aricstcd and indicted fur ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 29 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Iniportnm from f prinaflciaWiB"'nr pro ceeding ol Ibr Wupicme Court. W hive been favored by a friend with the li berty of perusing a letter from Springfield of the 25th, which give an account of one of tho inot extraordinary and disgraceful proceedings of the Supreme Court of thisStato on record. It appears that the Supreme Court prttcndtd t decido the "Alien Case," in order that their de cision might have an influence in defeating the Judiciary Bill, to which the Judges are opposed, for tho obvious reason, that its passage would re peal them out of office. The letter say they de livered an "opinion" in favor of the Aliens, but without committing the bench on the main ques tion, and at the same time had a contrary opinion reared, which was written out last june. We arc unable to, give the particulars this week, but shall do it in our next. The Supreme Court has asumi'd an attitude bcfjrc the people, which deserves the deepest execution. External re Mail Ito...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 29 January 1841

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER BUSINESS CARDS. THioraiu't i. DitKir. Luutm ituxu Dickey & LclamI, Attorneys eounxUuit at tuv, Otlutua, UL. One of the firm will always bo present ul the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. I tf. Ceo. II. JVorris, Attorney mid Counttll-ir at Live, Mu,hr in Chanceru and Noturu l'ull'c. Chancery Ottawa, Illinois. 1 If. May 23, 1840. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at Law und S,.l,cit in CillSCKUT. Oflka opposite the Mansion lluuso, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. i tr. S. Jl. Farewell, Attorney and Counsellor ut I. nr. Oftc over the new store of Cushma.i A Thomp son, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23J, 1810. ltf. Milton II. Swiff, Attorney and Cjumtllur tit Law. QH'ic on La Salle Street, a few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23.1, 184D. l-tf. ' Toll ii V. A. Sloes, Attorney and Conmr'l at L'iw utd i-.di' ilor in Cham cry. Office nvt door north of the l'oat Oii'u-e, Otia ki, La t-'ullc county, Illino...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 5 February 1841

saJr off THE 1 FREE TRADEM. Car Cuuntry. her Couimrrrc, ami lirr Free Inslilutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, lTJiKUAKY 5, mil. NUMBER 38. rUllLlSHHI WEEKLY HI y GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Street, neurit opposite the M imwii Hmsh: t s it m s : Two dollars ami fifty ceuls per annum, if I'uitl in advance; Three dollars if not iuid before the evi ration of the first six months; And three dollars and twenty-five cents it' delayed until the e;ul of the year. Advertisements inserted at ?l per square tor the first insertion, and 53 cents for each sub aeoiicnt insertion. A liberal discount made to those who adverti.e by the year. ySa paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editors. All com'mmieatioiM, to ensure attention, must be post paid. J Oil WORK Of every description, executed i.i the neatest manner, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the seat of justice of La Salle county; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Il...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 5 February 1841

T HE I Ij L I X 0 1 S V 11 K E T 11 A 1) E K . !! r r. If W 18 . I ? ! . tr. m .' ; !;- V- If; U $ .J i i e If , I run the illivom rnr.K tii im rt. To :r. YV- i . ' I look upon thy art With feeling of the deepest admiration, , At from tho canvas lifo-Iike figures start, Possessing almost living animation. Tfce speaking eyes, anil each familiar ieatuir How canst thou mi'le thin look so much like na ture! I often envy thee Thy art divine; it u a glorious treasure. The bright creations of thy ban 1 to see Must yield thy heart refined, ex d'ed plr.ismr. I Wfitrh thy pencil wondering and delighted 'Tii the sublime, and beautiful united! Thine is a magic skill, ' A power almost beyond imagination To sea thy hand obedient to the will, Truly embodying the mind's creation With matchless skill the various colors hirudin':, And to the whole a life-like h. auty lending. I look upon thy art With envy mingled with deep admiration. To things inanimate tiioil canst impart Such living hue, Mich spea...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 5 February 1841

-re- tup: ILLINOIS free trader I'AMSAIJ K OF Till: Jl'DH'IAKV KII.I.! Simii i; ir.tii, Fob. 1, 1SU. tisxT: The Judi Jiary Hill passed this day by a vote of 45 to 43. All the whis voted against it, except Mr. Funk, of MeTaine, who xvas nut ro.Hc-t, being detained 0:1 his return liere, i-ros;:-ing the Sanit-mo river. Yours, &e. . From the Chicago Democrat. ('oiiiitriTtiur iVc. Arretted. Ontx.ux Cirr.Jun. 18, lsll. Deak Sin I perceive, by a late num ber of your paper, that your city officers liave succeeded in arresting and couiinit- tinsr sonic three or four of the villains that infest our country. We. too. have had souk; success in thai way. We have now live in our jail and three out on bonds, as follows, viz : George Tyrrcl, alias Myers, accused of forsrerv. held to bail, and committed lor want thereof. Brown, accused of forgery, held to bail in the sum of five hundred dollars and committed. Edward Webb, larceny, bail $100, com mitted. Isaac Dennison, alias Dan Waters, bail $500...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 5 February 1841

fit ft? -ft THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 1 1 ii S 5 t !J ' ft tl ! is U ! f i 1 2 , if! M l! ft is- a' 1 Si : 8; 1 ., 1 i; r i. '!. BISIXESS "CARDS. raiorMlLV t. niCKlr. , . loiissxo lklanh Dickey & Lclantl, Attorneys r eounsellort at law, Ottawa, Ilk. On of the firm -will always be present at the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 if. Geo. If. IVorris, Attorney and Cottmillir at Law, Muter in Chancery and Notary 1'uLUc. Ottawa, Illinois, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. " J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at L'tw and HoV.eitor in CllAKl'KltT. - Oruca opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23 J, 1S10. ' tf- S. It. Farewell, Attorney and Cuuiis-dtir at Ism; Office over the new store of Cushmuu Jit Thonip son, Ottuwa, Illinois. May 23J, 1840. 1 tf Milton II. Swift, - Attorney and Cutnnlhr at Lair. Offca on La Sallo Street, n few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d. 1810. l--tf. John V. A. I !", Attorney and Counsel! ir ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 12 February 1841

in rm HE INOI EE 'RABEM; 0:ir Country, hrr fumnicrce, cmi her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, NUMBER 39 ; FR jjgHt)iaiiai him bViwi . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT . ' GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN RISE, Canal Street, nearly opposite the Mansion House. terms: Two dollars and fifty cenU per annum, if paid in advance ; Three dollars if not paid before the expi ration of thn first six month: And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of the year. : Advert'wenionts inserted at $1 per square for the Srst insertion, and 23 cents fr each sub sequent insertion. A liberal discount made to thoss who advertise by the year. (No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the editors. All communication, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest iiia'incr, at the usual prices. OTTAWA is the scat of justice, of I.o Salle county; is aituut.'il at the junction of the Fox r...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 12 February 1841

TIIE ILLINOIS F It E E TRADER . cs the prize and still bears it onward, un til another stepping on the stage still hears it onward and its flight is au endless pro gression. Such is the character of the mind of man, that its susceptibility of an endless improvement, unsatisfied and un satisfying in it character, it is infinite with God himself. In this view of the subject, what lofty ' and holy aspirations press themselves upon us in our own intercourse with the world of mankind, raising our minds to things more sublime and conciliatory than this world, with all its glory, could pre sent to our view. What, I ask, has done as much towards enlightening the world as associations of this kind, purely bene volent in its operations and philanthropic in its glorious intentions ? Let us, then, in our humble association, emulate those of a higher character, and devote our hum ble abilities in promoting and strengthen ing the mam pillar of our glorious rcpul lican institutions, thereby improv...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 12 February 1841

7 T II W I L L I N O I S F It E E T It A I) E It . right, ready to battle, at any time, for the good cause. The American, who visits our National Legislature and is not struck with its ap pearance, and rejoiced by the contrast it affords with the deliberative assemblies of every nation on earth, must have a cold heart indeed. He sees' no royal throne erected in the midst of the council-Hall to overawe and keep down the free spirit. There is no crimson wool-sack, for a silk-gowned Lord Chancellor no assem blage of hereditary peers, full of ignorance and titled no l'riuces Koyal lounging about the senate, and tainting the free air with their effeminate hauteur. No, thank God ! There is not a citizen who has ever looked upon the American sen ate, who has not as good a chance to be come a member of that greatest earthly convention, as those who now adorn it. James Buchanan used to rim about the streets of Mcrccrsburg, the son of a poor Irish farmer, elad in green linen panta loons and a...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader. — 12 February 1841

T II E 1 1. LINOIS FREE T It A I) E It . :"BCSWESS CARDS. Geo. II. IVorrls Attorney ami Cuaniellor ct Laic, Matter Chanary and Nitlary PuLL'e. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1810. , 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney anil Councilor cj Laio and Solicitor in ClIAVtEKT. Offica opposito tho Mansion House, Ottawa, La Sallo eoi.ntv, Illinois. May 23J, 1810. 4 . ltf. S. li. Farewell, . Attorney und Counsellor ct Luw. Oflloe over the new store of Cua'iman Si Thomp son, uttawa, Illinois. May 23J, 1840. 1 tf. John V. A. Hoes, Attorney and Coumellir ut L-tiv and SAicitor in CUancen;. Office next door north of tlio Post Office, Otta wa, ia Salle county, Illinois. May 23J, 1810. 1 tf. John C. Champliii, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. , HavingaciateJhimsclfwith MegiM.SrRIXO and GOODRiCIL of Phi (Tft Will nrtfliul -v tll j -r. va " lit MIVV.1I VI (A-li practice of their profession in the county of La oaue. Ottawa, June 12, 1610. 4 if. Win. Cliuuiasero, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and ooli...

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