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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 20 September 1844

THE OTTAWA F It E E TRADER .- s- OE t JCUATIC CAN 1I DATES. FOR PRESIDENT I ! JAMES K. POLK, Or TS.ISKSSEK. ,rott vice president: GEORGE M. DALLAS, OF l't.Uill AMI. For Prcsldcullal I'.lrclom, A. W. CAVA ULY, first circuit. JOHN I). WOOD, second circuit WILLIS ALLEN, third circuit A. C. FUIINCII, fourth ciicuit. W. A. KHJIIAKUSON, litib circuit JOHN DUMCTF. sixth circuit. ISAAC N. AltNOI.l), seventh ciiruit JOHN OA LHOI.'.V. eighth circuit. NO K.MAX if. FI.'LYLi:, ninth circuit. 'MUSTICE AND EQUALITY." Oilatrn, III., I'i lil;iy,-rl ml, r JO, IS 1 1 lorious IK'iikx ralic 'I'riiiinpli in M A I N E ! lly llio Albany Argus, received this morning, wo have return from llio greater piiilnf the Mute, nnd criuugh to show lhat t lie triumph of tlic de mocracy of ihe ''Lumber Male" iet signal und complete, and eclipse in brilliancy even llio re cent great democratic liiuniph in t lie went, 'J'lie result in M nine is indeed mutt j rutify iiiff, and its influence on the pending contest must l.e ...

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 September 1844

v " THE 0TTA1 Alloy BEX ADIIEJI. Leigh Hunt i the author of the following ex quisite) mimical version of an Oriental fable. Our reader have probably seen it often before, hut it will harm no one to read it every Jay. Abon Ucn Adhem (may his trilc increase) Awoke olio night from a deep dream ol peace, And iiaw, within the moonlight in hit room, Milking it rich und like a lily in bloom, An a 11 gel writing iti a book of gold. Exceeding peace hud made lien Adhem bulJ, And to the presence in the room he said, ' What write! thou V The vi.ion raised his Lea J, And, in a voice made all of sweet accord, Answered, "The names of those who love the Lord!" nut so," 'And is mine one!" aid Ccn AJIiein. '.y, liepliej the angel. Abon spoke more low, Hut clieerly still : "I pray thee, then. Write me us one who loves bis fellow men."' The angel wrote and vanished. The next night lie came again, with a giett wakening light. And show'd the names whom love of (iml had h'est. And lo ! Den Adhem' name led...

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 September 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE E TRADER. D1VUiriC CANDIDA IE. FOR PRESIDENT : JAMES K. POLK, or TZS3ESSKK. , FCU VICK PRESIDENT i GEORGE M. DALLAS, or nxsixt v.tsii. For Prt'tiitculial Iltectora, A. W. CAVA U LY, first circuit. JOHN D. WOOD, second circuit WILMS ALLEN, third circuit A.C. FliEN'CH, fourth circuit. W. A. KICHAUUON, Ultli circuit JOHN DEM CTr. siub circuit. ISAAC N. AliXoLD, seventh citruit JOHN CALH(M;..ci.,ltth circuit. NOIJMAX II. PCI-YEE, ninth circuit. 1 a-vi': 9 I 1 V JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." TliKll-K Ti!A!;l-!J. Ollawi, III., I'i iil:ir, i mix r iO, INI 1 oiloriou Ociiio ralk'TritEiiiph in MAIN E ! Hy the Albany Argus, received this morning, we have return from tho greater paitof llie slate, olid enough to show that tlio triumph of the de mocracy f ll:o ''Lumber fM.tlt:" id hinul utid complete, und eclipses i:i brilliancy even the. re cent great democratic liiumplis in 1 lie went. The remit in Maine is indeed uinsl gratifying, uml Hm influence on the jtfiijinjj contest must bo i...

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 September 1844

l-.T.. rum fill TRABif BY HIS!: & OS MAX. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, F KID AY, SEPTKM13EU 27, I.'Ul. VOL. V. NO. 15. MIL UliUtt.tlt-UIUf. A SO UIDOW. H i.i. i; H (. I ii i . Thiitccti cnrs a:p, mo:her, A little c lulil h.nl mi ; Its liinliM were li;;lil its voice was soft Its eye were nh, h i Mm-.' Il w as yniir l.i-t, your (U mcsl ; Ami viii Kiiil w licu it w .is hoin, Il cheered awuy yunr Mow hoial, And made yu unforlorii. Thirteen years MS), mother, Vim low J that lulle clii!. I ; Ali!ii!!h iin temper vmivw.iuI win, Ami in w ill t-u titrntii; nui! i I . J ; Voil likened il M till' free bird 'I'luit lilt's lo tin' w. iii.ls Id sic,. To t lit- river fair, the mill tiered uir, And many a jiretty thing-. Thirteen years ne,n, mnthi r, 'I'lio world was in it ymilh ; There w:ia no past ; ami t lie nil to rorne us lliitr, uml I. oe, nml Truth: The hiu n cuinc ilxncini onward, Tin' day was ne'er Inn Ion;;; And every night li.nl fairy tiyht, And every voice n tsoiij:. .Thirteen yrtira no, nvith...

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 September 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. . FOR PRESIDENT : JAMES K. POLK, or tis x r.isn:. KOR VICP. I'RESIDI.NT : GEORGE M. DALLAS, OF PKMNtll AXIA. Far Ii-riilrnlinl Jllrclor, A. W. CAVA 111. Y, firHt rirci.it. JO'.IN U. VOOI, acrnnd ciici.it WILLIS ALLEN, tliir.l ( i -nil A.U. VKKN'H,r.mrtl circuit. W. A. RIOHAUDSOX, fif.li -irruit JOHN DEM EX P. circuit. ISA AC .. AltVOLD, seventh fit nit JOHN C ALMOI'.X.ri-'illi circuit. NOItVtAN II. I'i'Hi'l.E, nin'li ir.-uil. 'V3 .".IK, "JUSTICE AND EQUAUTY." THE FilKK TKADHil. Olliirn, 111., l'i Mtny,KT " I" 1 Wo nrc imlehlnl la the tvleik or ,oiiirhmly clw on the Bteamer Unvr, or snine ollu 1 hi al, lor latr fc't. Loui pnpeiH, ilroppeJ ill the post I'fliee at Pe ru for u. 'i'hu i'ovc ha our llianki, a!m', fur other fjvorn. We have half a iniml tn nay a hiMt of (joud things ahoiit llie n"iitl.-inaiily oUWrm ol (lie oiviflcnt h jul on the river.' 'Hi i) Wrmlii-i lleiilili. Tho vve.iiher for llio hut few d iyi in 1 . 11 u 1 i'ikIh-m u lhat the, h.-ason of the ...

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 September 1844

THE OTTAWA. FREE TRADER. Important Discovery. A gentleman of Cincinnati lias made an important dis covery in constructing a new species of light, surpassing, it is said, the Utnle or Drtimmotul. The Daily Commercial says : 'As a patent can bo obtained it will be put in use here one lamp at the height of 200 feet will light the whole city. The biilliancy is said to be equal to the sun at noon, and the material chea per than that used fur any other lights It is said $300 will light the city, as above, one year. This is a Cincinnati discovery, anil lias been tested far live months past.' Morse's Telegraph. If Mr. Morse, us he announces, has so wonderfully sim plified his apparatus, and can, by merely creeling telegraphic stations along the Sound, (Long Island.) keep up a commu nication without the aid of wires, in .iking the icater itself the transmitting agent, what is there to prevent us from at once adopting such means along our canals, our lakes, and our interminable western water ...

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 September 1844

o THE O T T A W A T It K E T It A I) E It THE FUEETKADEU. vaitsui imi n jo.li nisE & wuimi osinx, Luallt street, one door fruit the north-trot torncr of the Public Sptare. tih.mi : Tata dollirs per annum, if paid in advance; Tut dollars and fifty cents if paid within six M-iiilhit and three dollar, if delayed until the end vf the year. A lifrtUementt inserted ut f 1 per s-puue fir the first iniertim, find 23 cents for each tb.-.eipteul mcrlioit. A liberal discount m nh to those uliu advertise hy the year. QC5".Yi tubicribcrs taken for a sborlir periutl thin six month. $ySa piper discontinued until all amarugn we paid, unless at the option of the editor. c&AH eon ni licatiun', to insure attention, lAiiil come fee of postage. BIS!.LSS (MRUS. TiKortMLi'i i. uictii, ur.mius h. ribiii h. Dhkey X l i-hrr, Attorney un I Counsellors ut Law, OTTUYt, Ills. Offi;eoa the esl ai.ln of tliu Public Spunr, , hjlwjen llie M ruion ll-nne u.i 1 City 11 t I , in lh limit- formerly occupied at a...

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. — 4 October 1844

.T. THE OTTAWA FREI TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY I1ISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1811. VOL. V. NO. 16. Tho following beautiful lines are from the St. Louia Itevcillc. They fall upon tho heart like melancholy music, or like the mellowed ruys of tho departing sun -sadly and tcudcily, Fanny was seventeen, All full of beauty as a blooming rose, ' Winning, bewitching, reigning o'er the beaux, A fairy queen. I) ut all unconsciously her olin Rcntteri'it smiles, like kindling uurta, n round And all alike tho same sweet being found her, Simple and free. Love lives in all things bright; And Funny loved already, but she ne'er Hud whisper'd of her passion, save in pray'r To the' still night. A strange and silent boy Hazed distantly on Funny, and there came Into tier henrt a fond and holy flame, breathing of jy. Out he was sad in youth, Nor ever gave he token to tho maid Of passion in like holiness repaid, With heart and truth. Time roll'd, and Fanny gre...

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. — 4 October 1844

1 THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. UXUUCIIlTlt'CUIUATIK. for raEsiDKNT : JAMES K. POLK, OF TlMIiiLI. FOR VlCK PRESIDENT! GEORGK M. DALLAS, or rx'n vinh. Fr Irriilpnllnl I'lrclora, A. W. CAVAKLY, first circuit. JOHN I). WOOH.aecond rircult WILMS AI.1.B.N, third circuit A. U. KUEN'CII, fourth t-irruit. V. A. UKJH AUUSOV, circuit JOHN DEMCXI", Hixtli circuit. ISAAC- X. AllXOl.D. aevoiilh circuit JOHN CALHOUN. eiuhth circuit. NORMAN II. PL'IUM.15, ninth circuit. HLKCTIOIV Of THK roi UTII II .IT K SOVKMHKU. 4U "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." TILE FREE TKADEIi. Oltawn, III., rrl.V.i) , Ot itln 1,IM1 "1iiiIi on Ihr l'alti Iloi.i'.'' TliU celebrated picture, liy l!io j-rt ul hUtoricul painter West, is now open for exhibition in ihe IIaptiil church in thia place, and w ill reiimin llieio until to-morrow cvcninti, bciinr open fir visitors from 2 to 0 o'clock, !'. M., ami from 7 to 'J o'clock in tho evening. The painting contain 40 figures, on a nu.if.icit of 200 feet of canvatn, an J in a living tlc-KiTijit 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. — 4 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER List of Letters IIEMAIMNU in the post oilke at LaS.l!c 1 Illinois, Oct. 1st, 1844. Uaker Mrs Win Keeler Edward Esq Daltz Jacob King Join) Heal David Liesi Charles Joseph Durke 1) &FredcrickL.imb Isaac II Calkin John W Leonard II Esq Campbell AlexanderMauning Dennis Colling & Bradford Mahatl'cy Thomas Chase S Esq Mainwaring John Coak Chaile Morm .Minahau Curley Martin Mygatt Mary A Mrs Coo Julius C Murphv Tlioinas Coslello Michael Curl is Edward Murphy Peter Neal W in Dickinson D O Esp Nicholas F Mrs Dixon Mr Nowland Matthew Douglas J G Egan Patrick Ellenwnod E W Ciuvse David Green Smith Mr lladley II Mr Hall Win A llanley Patrick O'iliien Miss Marv Jane Pratt Lorenzo I) ll.ntct W Uyan James Scyhold J Esq Swift Jfsc L Skudc Solomon Handyside Wm EsqSehi c der Callus Healy John Taylor Jane Miss Hopkins Joel W Thoinason 0 I'?q llollind Edwin Esq Webb Jason E Johno:t Jonas Woodward Alex Kennedy M Esq II. L. OSUOIIN, P. M. In Salle, Out. 1, 1811. 1(5 3t. Lis...

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. — 4 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER THE FKEG THADEK. V1MI1II WrtKlI HI JOIN DISE k WILLIAM 0S3I..X, Lisallt street, one dmr frtm tht north-west corner of the Public S-juart. t i n m t Tuad,dlir$ per annum, if pail in advance, 7 if J dollars and f fly cents if paid within six mm'hs, and three dollars ifthltyed until the end if the year. A Ixrtiiementi Inserted ut ?1 per (quart fir tht fust interion, and 23 cents fur each suhscpinit nserliol. A liberal discount mndi: to those who udttrtlst by tht year. (rySt sulmribcrs tnhen fr a ihorter period t.'ii-i six month. $yXiptpcrdieint:ift.-d until nil arrearage art paid, unlets at the option of the ed.turs. (CjT.l co wit i n ii'.iit ions, to insure attention, niutf enme f ee ufpoiti'ge. bMSIMSS I'UIDS. T JKorilllA L. lllCKK.T. minus h. rm.u 11. Dlcltcy & Fisher, Attorneys and Counsi llors ut Law, or hum, MM. Oifi.to on Ilia cast si. hi nf thn Public Square, l).it.v.'eri tho Minim II me a i I Oily J I-l.-t. in lh.?r !n formerly occupied ai a la v ull...

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. — 11 October 1844

TMH OTTAWA TO1 IL' JLU. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IlISi: & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, UH4. VOL. V. NO. 17. ; urn II i m v J w v v i w xmtsiE&ma xni: riicsr i.imfof Ai ri.uv HI KLIZ1BETII OAK 1.3 SMITH. I oe Ihee fall, thou quivering leaf, Of fiint and yellow liue ; The first to feel the autumn winds That, blighting, oer thee liletv Slow-parted from the rucking branch, I sec thee floating by, To brave, all desolate and lone, 'J'lio bleak autumnal sky. Alas! the first, the yellow leaf How sadly falls it thrre, To rustlo on the crisped grass, With every chilly air! It tells of those that aonn must drop, All wither'd, from the tree, And it hath wak'd a sadder chord In deathless memory. Thou eddying leaf, away, away, There' sorrow in thy hue; Thou sound'st the knell of sunny hour J, Of hud, mid Inpiid dew And thou dost It'll how fiom the heart The blooms of hope decay ; How ea:h one lingers, lulh to part, 'J'ill all are swept away. lVt'M'iic...

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. — 11 October 1844

T II E OTTA W A FREE TRADER. : j 1 i ? I "s . .' -: ,'t ? IS lfTIOC'l(tTlfJ t'AKDI U.lTli FOR PRESIDENT : JAMES K. POLK, or t it .Km tii. for vick rnr:siDKT : GEORGE M. DALLAS, vr I'tNNsi i aMi. For Iretlleulinl EMrrlorn, A. W. CAVAIiLY, first rirciiit. JOil.V D. WOO l, second ci ion it WILLIS ALLEN, third chcuit A.C. FRENCH, fourth mewl. W. A.KlCIIAIlDSON.Iifih circuit JOHN DEVI H. I. sixth circuit. ISAAC N. AUNOLI), seventh eucuit JOHN (;ALIK)i;,nj!u!i ir.-uit. no u.man ii. ri."i;j'i.i:,i.i. uii circuit. LICTIOX OX TIIK UK : II Til It OK 0 ', r; -I il I II , "JUSTICE AMD EQUALITY." liiii ruiii iii.iiiiJt. Otlatru, III., 1'il.lnr.Oclnln r 1 1, IS Illcrlioii cvs I One hundred gun for Drhnrtur. and Maryland ! ! two mo in: statcs i;r:in:;:Mi:i)! ll'MC yxt linint tltt mum fin 11 Ml. iftni'irnd--(iti'id iicii'h (iml Inic ',' l.'im 11 L . ,c. The New Yolk Nun, ft tieuli il piper, leeched thia inoriiinij, hrnrjs liie mihinineil ciici iMi,,- r, H fruin iJttjitwn.e and M iryl.nnl. An clivn....

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. — 11 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Administrator' Notice AT Uie term of the circuit court hol deri at Ottawa, in La Salle county, on Friday the 8th of November next, I ihall apply to said court to order a sale of so much of tlie real estate of Dormon Weeks late of La Salle county, deceased., as shall be sufficient to pay the remain ing debts chargeable- against said dece dents estate, when and where all persons interested can appear and show cause to the contrary if anv thev have. JOHN illJItliAlil), Adm'r. Ottawa, Oct. 11. 1814. Ai1iiiiuis(iat(;S .olici. E undersigned, administrator of the estate of James 1'ricket, tlecea-cil., la e of Kendall couiny, lllim u. will at- tt nd before the probate justice of said I couuty, at his office in Yoikville, on Monday the 23d day of Novembrr next,; for the purpose of settling and ;nlj votiu -i I all claims against said decedent; and all persons having claims against said estaic are hereby no ilied and requested, il.cn' and there, to attend for the prpo-e...

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. — 11 October 1844

TILE 0 T T A W A F It E E T R A 1) E It . TIIKFKEKTItADIill. f j h n sain wiun t im iftsE k WILL! Ill OSii.l.V. Ltjalle it sett, one d mr fr m tit uirth-ua-l t imer of the Public Hjuurt. TERMS : Tjntddl.tr per an'tina, if p'tld ' ndcattcr; 7 ci d.llun and ffiicntslf p'tid within tlx and three dulLus 'fddujtd until the end vflhe yar, A Icediwinentt inserted at f I per t-piaref.r thr first i'lKrllon, and 23 tents fr tuck an'mpunl tucrtlwi. AlMcral disc i l il tnnd to llfint u-hu ul;rl!e bil the vrar. f?Xt 4 Wirier taken fir-a thorfir period t th in six month. rjj-A' i p 'P'r J '' mllirnd until all urrruru we paid, unit. a! lie option id tin r.l.t irs. (Xj.l.V t i n nt Haitian, lt injure ultenlloii iiiil come f ce if pn.luge. cs.si.Niiss nuns. T 4 Kit I'll I LI ' L. IHCKK . ( t." ill. K .I IUHI. Diekey iV fisher, Attorn' ys an I ( oii tii Horn ut .an-, ornu'.i, mi. Olfi :e on t!in easl shl't of the Public Square, hslvvucii Tn iMiiiiiiiii House and Cily Km- I, in (h-DiiiiH f ir.n.'rly t...

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. — 18 October 1844

THE 0 FREE TRADEHo TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IIISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 10, Hill. VOL. V. NO. 18. From Tail's Magazine. The t'urntc) or, Ho pen. TiiissLn'to fkom rni:iir.uiK.v bukmsn's siiotit STOUIKS. I always 1) ail a peculiar method of trav elling with the least possible distress along the stony road of life ; although, in a physical as well as in a moral sense, I generally walked barefoot. I hoped ! hoped on from day to day, from morn to even, at evening for the next morning ; in autumn for spring, in spring for autumn ; from one year to another; and thus I had hoped away almost thirty years of my life's journey, without feeling severely any of my troubles, except I he want of good boots. I ronsoled myself under this calamity when in the open air; but when introduced to respectable company, I was tormented wii'n a deire f S.:lii;-,,r ;,;y heels foremost, because they were best covered with leather. I ought to confess, too, that I fe...

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. — 18 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DKTIOlll ATirCAMIUATt. for ritr.siDr.NT : JAMES K. POLK, or rtsr$syn, roit vicr. rrti:siHK.vr : GEORGE M. DALLAS, or n.i.n i xx t A For I'rcsiilcnilnl i:i(tioi, A. W. CAVAIil.Y, first circuit. JDXV V. VlOL, ceond eiicuit WII.LM ALI.KX, third ciicuii A. C. FKK.VCIi. fourth eiicuit. W. A. UK'II AKll'SON, Mill circuit JOHN DEMi: I, siuh circuit. ISAAC N. AUN'Dl.Li, seventh ciicuii JOHN' mUIOl N. eighth circuit. NOKMAN' II. I'l.'KrM.i:, ninth circuit. MKITIOY O TIIK ID! IITII iT P M3VKMIII.il. "JUSTICE AUD EQUALITY." Tlllj FK1-1-: TilADllli, Ollu.rn, III., ri:.!-.::uaei' IS, 'I be t ::nnl I. on ii. Wo lisvo iiecn a letter from N'cw Veil, to h gentleman in this place from which it appears that there i Hill a faint hope h ft (hut tliu cunal loan may bo obtained. J.t ltcra received by the 1 it bleamer from I.urepe slate (ha( tome aildi lional kubscriplionn havo been madu in London, and tho Hum tlill to be raided in not o large but that there it a reinolo ponnihility...

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. — 18 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. NEW GOODS. npiIE subscribers are now receiving a complete and well selected assort ment of Fall and Winter Goods, among which are the following: Black, blue, green, and mixed broad cloths, sattinells, Kentucky jeans, hard times, fustians, Ac ; black, blue, green, and brown figured and plain nlpacca; black and blue black dress silks, bomba zines, allipines, merinnes, cambrics, ed gings, inserting, scarfs; bandanna, pon gee, and cambric handkerchiefs, black hilk cravats; sewing silks, twist, cords, fringe, merino and blanket shawls, flan nels, checks, linseys, tickings, hickory, blue drilling, gloves, mittens, wadding, batting, hickory bleached and brown sheeting and shirting, calicoes a large as sortment, tc, fce. Ila i d ware. Saw mill and cross cut saws, hand and wood saws, tiles of all descriptions, shov els, spades, manure forks, shovel and tongs, sad irotu, hoes, pitch forks, log and trace chains, broad axes, hatchets, Collin's axes, sieves, grid-irons, 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. — 18 October 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE T HAD E II THE FiiII TIlADEll. FJatlSllkll WttKLl HI JOII.Y JilSE k WILLIAM 0S.U.1X, Lualle ttrect, one Joorfntn the north-west corner of the Public Square. tuxi : TiUi dollars prr a vium, if pnid in udcance; 7 if J dollars an! fifty cent if paid vithin tix Man! hi i and three Julian if JtUiycJ until the entl of the year, Aletrtiiemcnti inserted, nl fl prr srnarr fur tin first iiiterlinn, and 25 ctnlifor etit 'm'tliu j :t nl nir.rtinn. A Uicrul discount modi In tluist: who adrcrtlit ! the year. Qfj'.Vj mbicrilicrs tukcii fir a hhirtir juriml than six months. (j.V p iper JUenntin'fd until till miroi' are pnid, units at the option if the td'.l is. Qj-.l.V coinimi'iira.'iuny, tu initiit ullinlioii mint enmf f ee of yiWi -'. i!!'s;:.s nuns. t:i i.ui'iii Li s t.. nut: :;r . I. till it 11 K S. Die key .V Fisher, Allorneiji an I (oitiinllors at .(tic, omv.i, nis. O.n :o on til'! rani side of Ihe Public S.pi-uc, b 'tween tin) M .nision : and ( 'iiy II ml, in til-: r nn Cirnn...

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. — 25 October 1844

1EET. RADEEL u TWO' DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY.I1ISE & OSMAN. Ottawa, Illinois, fridXy, octoder 25, wax. VOL. V. NO. 19. I.IU TO A Kill OF MQl'OK. Witliio these prison walls rrqioso The chattering tongue, the horrid oath ; The fist fur fighting, nothing loth ; The passion quick no words can tame, That tiurots like sulphur into Hi me; The nose with rubies glowing rel, The bloated eye, the Woken heuil ! Forever fastmed he this door ! Confined within a thousand more Destructive fiends of hateful shape, Even now are plotting an escape, Here, only hy a cork icslrained, In slender walls of wood contained. In all their dirt of death icsido Eevengo that ne'er was sati.-fied ; The tree that bears the deadly fruit Of murder, maiming, and dispute; Assault that innocenco assaiU, The images of gloomy jails ; The giddy thought, on mischief bent, The midnight hour, in folly spout : All these w ithin this cal; appear, And Jack, the hangman, in the rear! Fcccntl'leitir of llir Cnl...

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