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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 3 November 1843

T ! I E 6 'J ' T A W A F H E E ' R A 1 ) E 11 ii THE FREE TllADElt. realism.!. wtiKLt n lnt?v li i w t. iviiiiim iii'MV .1.. ll.I Jli. ii it, It. I. l.l.il I.O.It.1.1, "LdiiiUeVftd, out tiW vw Ac nnrth'tnt cwncr if the Public tS-;:i:ir. i t: it m s 7'n rfjr ami fifty rcutu per annum, fii.d inudcuufet Vvee tUun if ml jmd I- '' ' txp-raiUHivfthrnrt wW w w ..,'- hn;i twerty-Jice au!s ,. tLhyA .-.,.. .. c., , , 'i;tni fur I i 1 1 1 .. ....... .. c 1 .... ........ . r .nirzruwmrmi itr"i'ii in . ." 1 1 , rrt- . j tint I -V (,..!, T)i - -.'.( ; f.'-'ivt i 'ii . . . ,., , ,. ," . ,, liisi-rtwii. A !. j:rul jiinuM imiUn tit u aactfttic uu .'" Vi ' fr :'l ic.'.'V::'i -I ..' .'iii1 4.'V hlOlll'.-t. (JEjTA'i w;r ii'';'i.' . .'." '.' are a, witw f.7 if :'! '77A '.'. (JT'.fV r,iitrlrti-"''nii, li l'i '" .' t.'.i, . r.... .... .... WI.1..I I.HIH (.It "I l'" 'i. i. , -J1IV i-ttt i::.:--:.i:.v n :!!;:.. u i;t it; 1: 11. tvtniK, i.f. .I'' Morris IZ'.i:'.-! :v.:t., Qtlornryt ami CiU'n:;rl!trx a! I.t r...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 17 November 1843

TH1 OTTAWA ms mm t 'IE,. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1813. NO. 22. VOL. IV. NY mOTIIEK'S BIBLE. V THE AITHOH OF 'WUOItM k X ,Pi HK THAT TREK. Tlii biH)lc is all that is left nnw ! Tean will unhidden Mart; Willi laltcruii lip atnl throbbing brow, I net H lo my heart, For many generminiw pasn'il, Here ia our fiiinily tree : My mother'" haniN thin Uthle claap'd ' She. dying, gave it me. Ah! well do I remember thotie, Those name llust) records hear: Who round the hearth Mime used lo clone After the evening, prayer. Ami upeHk l what these pupes said, In tones nty heart would thrill. Though Ihey are with the aileiil dead, Here ure Ihey liting Mill ! My father read this holy book To brothers, si-ters dear ; How calm was my pnr mother s Who leao'd t iod'a word to hear. Her angel faet 1 see it yel '. What thronging nit'iieine roin . Again that little uroup is met Wilhin the halls of home. Thou truest friend man ever kne...

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. — 17 November 1843

THE OTTAWA Fit EE TRADER . DEMOCRATIC CA!UI DA 1 1 S f9, Jnll ron pueidunt : MARTIN TAN BIRO, of .r.v York. V, i TOR VICB PRnSIDHNT: .RICIIIR'J 31. JOHNSON, of Kcut;ir!vy. " Suljut fothe&dt'unt of a KulioMit Vmniliuii. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FKKE TKADI-Mf. Ottawa, III., Frliliiy, rVati;l.ir I 7. IM:; 'I lie .'uiriiliuii. Ia another column lit be. found lU, proceed ing of llie convention held ut this place yester day t.) select a delegate I J present this jud:. district ill the. democratic. iiittii;i..l couvcn'ioii. Taking all thins4 consider '". l'u oonvi u lion win very well utlcnded ullici.-ntly, at ull event, to h'ivu an indubitable expression of the wishes anJ feelings of the i!.-iii.. :a. y i f ibis j ufi cial circuit. 'J'ho vpitit that prevailed in theri.-ixet.ti oi ' j .'..I ! ...I.ili ... iiiilili.lillt II. vi ,o r.S.H .... " . - rnoii2 the liroceei!i,is:s wo. una;ii onii-ly ii.lopteit, and wecaii icfer lo those n .otiilioi,a wiili pride ai eviucins aoiind view und ...

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. — 17 November 1843

TH E OTTAWA FREE TRADER. - of "No, no, never !" waving of hats, Ac.) He would take their answer to his father, , and would tell them they had no cause to be frightened.- 'I here had been some talk of the King of Hanover- (groans and hisses) and 20,000 men (more groans ami hisses) coming over there. liet them come, 'They woulJ send a goose over In the King of Hanover.' . (laughter,) and he thought he and his men would get rather too much of a plucking. -(Cheer and laughter.) The (lurrcncyInlcroliiij;. Mr. Kendall, in a Into uiiuiber of the "Ex pot ior," remark as follows in laying before his rea ders a letter recently written by Col. Denton to some of his constituents, in which the Col. urot at tho Only mean:) of giving tho country a sound currency the suppression of ull hank paper under the denomination of at least f 20. Mr. K.'s sug gestions are important and worthy of attention particularly in Illinois, which is,' we believe, the only bwikless state in tho Union. The annexed lette...

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. — 17 November 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THEFIlEETKADEIt. : JOHN niSE k WILLI All 0SM ., - Lualle ttreet, one d or fmm the north-icest corner vf the I'.iblie Square. ' - - terms : Tun dull.irt per annum, if puld in udvtnte , Two ddl.irs aud fifty emts if puid within six tnmths; and three dollars ifiLltjtd until the end vf the year. Advertisement inserted ut il prrtpta ef,r tie Jlnt unertion, and 23 tent fir each tuliv 7 imt insertion. A liberal dUcount made tu those w'm advertise by the year. (EY tuotcrtUert la.te.t J r a snorur prnuj . . .. 1 i . .j 1 than six months. CfSi paver divnmlinwd until nil arnurngtt are pa-'d, unless at the option oj l.'ie rdituri. HAil eniniiiuiiicutiiiiu; to insure utttnliun, rnv! ,-ome f ee nf po-ttge. p,isii:ss ctiiiis. oritur, 11, nourii. k. imi.miooK. j f Bill I? term m iv I'd jusily applied to the diseo- NorriMAII(l!)roo:c, :,fl ,v"rv "..-lin.., ii!. u.e r . , best double, rclmcd I, "ill -tiij-ir in iji-m u iii'itun'r .IHomcyi (I IV I Counsellors (it Mil', all:lh.x...

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. — 24 November 1843

rm m OTTAWA m mm trader OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2-1, 1843. NO. 23. From the Detroit Magazine THE MUXDOF MAC 'KISA W. In the midst of the Lake there's a beautiful isle Where the clear water leap and the moon beam smile ; Where the breezes of summer are snftliest blown And the accents of Lover are sweetest in tone: Where the fresh check of youth i the fairest in bloom And the stern eye of age dims the lust for the lomli s Where the sun us he mounts to his noon in the sky Flings jny from his beams und brings hope in his eye, And the brautias of Nature all spattering lie. Where the voncKiRssong enlivens the oar And the Indian barque is turned on the shore; Where the red-man's triumphs are honored und sung And he dreams of the days when bis nation was younpr When in freedom he danced o'er the wave and the foam And he looked on the land and he felt 'twas his own But (he pulse of the sleeper hr.its faint...

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. — 24 November 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. BjEflOCRATIU CAINDIDATi: far IS 1 1. FOR TRKflDENT : Kirjn YM'Btan.of New York. TOR VICB rRESIDKXT : RICHARD 31. J0nSi)X, of Krulorky. S.i'jeel tothtdrtmon vfa Xii'mml dm '''. "JUSTICE AND QUALITY." THE FREE Til A DEI!. Ottawa, III., I'iI.Iiit, .. uil.t r j . IS J J. Tim i'.in:i:. (jTWO llOLLAIl-i.rD per atmum, payable in advance. ONI! DO.U.AIJ for six months. Tim l.iiml Cnuiiiiiiutirr. There have within llio past wink or two lien unfavorable apprehensions t-jiU-i l:in d lure us t ilia ultimate met es nf our romuiWiu.'rr.-i, in niu-Cijf.-Mn'e of their lung tlutf-iilin.i in New York. Dut these ffim. wo arc happy in I'i in'' uhlo to talc, aie w ilbniit foundation. The .nisc o li-, Detention, Ilii 4ew 1 or llcruNI aiya.ivj'ut noii urrival tliore of Cov. Davis, w h li.s ilt-t.-r iiiitit-il to remain in Ma-:steluisctis uulil uficr tin: c l.-i-. i.i'i on ilia lU.li iust., when l:e will repair i; NVw York to ineet Captain M". ill mid Major IIuiiii U. wlin, with him ...

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. — 24 November 1843

-rff. THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. TUIAI. OF YIMICVAltD. Curreupwultna if the N:W Yurk Tribune. Mosaor., (Wi. Ter.) Oct. 15., 1813. When I last wrote you. you will recol lect I was at Milwaukie. Since thg my course has been slid westward, and Thursday night found me at this place, which is the county scat of Green county. The routs which 1 have passed from Mil waukie here is most beautiful and the countrv passed over such as the eye de lights to gaze upon. 1 had heard much of the beamy of the Kock Kivcr country, but when I came to survey it myself, I had to acknowledge that the one-half had not been told me. I crossed Rock Kivcr at Jancsville, a beautiful and thriving little town with a pretty court house, and what is rare in this country, two elegant and well kept hotels. On arriving here 1 found that the court was in session and that the cele brated case of the United Stain vs. James Vineyard was about to he brought to trial. Never having been in a western court, I ghad some little cur...

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. — 24 November 1843

T 1 1 E O T rr A W A F K E E T HAD E R . THE FREE TKADEll. rvillKHiD weekit II T joo iuse Si williim osmax, IrjaaL's timet, one d-.mr from the north'Wat corner of the Public Sjuare. T t H M t : Tux dtdLin per annum, if pa! J in adrmter; Two d'lkrs and fifty cent if iid within rrumth', and three dullm ifdciiycd until the end cfthe year. Aloerliicmenti invrfed fit fl per mpuoe fo- t't Jtnt insertion, and 25 cents f,r t,n:h ,n,-npitnl invrtiun. A literal discount i.vide to Hume who adcertine by ihe iear. gr.Vi nubscrihers taken fir a thorlcr period than fit mnnlht. (Xj-.Vj p iper diinml'nu'd until "it iirreani-; Ore paid, unlet ul the upturn if the editors. gyAU com n t n icution?, to iu-ure uttentiun. enut come pee of p tn:: I BISlNLSS I'lRIiS. KuniK h. oniii. . . 'I'li Hii'ion. orris iV II(il!)foo!i, Attorney tin I Cmiiixill'iri ut Law, and Silh i'ori 'ni dutitrcnj, OTTAWA. II. I.. 0:flce in tSe nn rourl li iiee. n,5, .Voith-e'ii cirnrr r inm. TilKiiril I i.ix t. no K . r. mil M. r 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. — 1 December 1843

h : h TAWAI OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D KER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, in 13. NO. 24. THE OT mxmm mm tr aim. From the Louisville Journal. (jCsmpbelli lines upon the Rainbow have always been considered one of his most beautiful productions ; yet if the following lines upon the ame subject are not more beautiful, we aro no judge of poetry : the RAixnaw. Ill AMtLIA. I sometimes have thought in my loneliest hours, That lis on my heart like tho dew nn the flower, Of n ramhlo I took one bright afternoon, Wlien my heart was an light as a blossom in Jw j Tho green earth was moist with the l.ito I'allru showers ; Tho brcezn fluttered down and blew open the flowers, While a single whito cloud to i's haven nf rest. On the white wing of peace floated off in Ihovvest. A s I threw bark m v tresses to rntrh the cool breeze. That scattered the ruin-drops and dimpled the seas, Tar up the blue shy a fair rainbow unrolled Its soft tinted pinions ...

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. — 1 December 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DEMOCRATIC CAilUIDATW lor IS 1 1. FOR PRESIDENT : HART IN VAN BLUES, of New York. FOR VICK rRESIDTXT ! : RICHARD M. JOillSOX, of Kentiifky. S.i'jccf .W;CJ 'i'l of a A ilimtt! Cr'railitn.j l!:.J.-iJ---l!!, "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FKKK TliADKIJ. Ollntrn, III., I"ril:iy, It ni!t r . S:I. QJ Our townsman, .Mi mi i. I(r iv, K ; w !io tiai brrn on t ur to Jliirnjc to in .ti.ti.i'e the canal laan, rrturm'.l ti tlii i-! r c on Moml iv lie in urcomjiaiiif.l l y (J.i;.!ui:i Imhh1 of tin: (,'. army, an cni;iin'i'r of hih rc.ul r.i'.n, woo lia i liccn 'iointcil on lnhall uf l!i.' f ir. iu canal bondholder to ina'ic t!tf IHVis ary cYatiiiliiilinilt on thocanul. (Jov. Dti ih, the a:;i nt i l'tln' IkhoI huMem, Iiiij not yet nrrie I at lliij la-c, l ut In: it hourly t-xjim'lia', in curnji my uilli (.!ov, I'i u n . Thu Jiarlie meet ut 1'eru, lr:iil win ri'-o t sainiu.i t Inn i! on tho rannl will ho roininiinii!. '1 he Jiruiecti of the canal ure highly II ild iiir.', Binl ...

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. — 1 December 1843

T II E O T T A W A F It E E T II A I) E R . wivrEi:. Trnrr n copy 'f verses hy tho Shepherd of haihomlalr, VirginU, puhlisheil in tlie Kuicker toockcr for November. S,n ho ! a fl i? of trucfi Inn? put In urmtlcM filiU on liiuh; Ami toe nmv llike wheel in liuht platoons Through the dark an. I tri-hhd nkv : And now. like l!i uli.t of murdered fl nvers, They seek ihe earth in connth s showers ; Thy fall on the. mountain's Riddy height, In the 1 irk ravine they fill, Anil o'it the distant ciiy's domes Thev Riead their radiant pull ; That ueauU.-uu snow like a winding sheet, 1 spread over forest, and field, und street. On Ihe storied monument it fallsi, Dints out llio studied verse, And covern all, ttif hiyh mid low, With onn uieeiiliturcd hearse. Methinks it lies ninri' lightly on The trnve of the hrokcn-hcarlei! one. Tli fold of a Piiyriim turhnn now The village rpirc doth hide '. And nee ! i , drese the old yew trio As iay ns a Imnny hridc ; With nn ermine-cloak it wrap the plain, And...

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. — 1 December 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TRADER. rvBLtsHtn wstitf nr im IIISE k WILLIAM 0S1IW, LtutL'e street, one door from the nnrth-wr.it turner of the Public Spmre. Tinas : Two iLdlirs per annum, if puld in adrnnrr ; Tioo ddlirs nwl fifty cents if paid within nix months i and three dollars ifikkyed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted (it U per square fir thi first insertion, and 25 cents fir each snhseonenl insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. (Xj".Vj subscribers taluH for a shorter period than six months. rrytft pnprr discontinued until all arrearage are pnid, unless at the option if the editor. CfJ-Atl communication', to insure ulttntinn, must come free of postage. bi'sixcss nuns. SOHOE II. SOU u IK. It. s. ilol.iilioiiK. ' TVorris V llalbi'oo'i. Attorney and Counsellors at Law, and .iiiuiiiy . Solicitors m Chancer;, OTTAWA, 1 1. 1.. OlHce in t!io new court house, No, 5, N'mth-oaal corner rnom. THKOl'HILIH L. IHIKKT. JHIIM . V Kll I llt...

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. — 8 December 1843

nn II OTTAWA ? rrr OUR COUNTR Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A ND HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. thi u nrnirsny iiu couht'iiht to have additional lime nt his disposal I should have the benefit of it. The sui at which each was valued, at a modem estimate, was act down against him in ill account hook, and every credit gained 1 extra labor was duly eulered also. 1 this way some fifty or sixty achieve! their freedom, by a process which mad it manifest that they knew how to priz it, and that they were worthy of it by process too, which confirmed them in had its of industry and thrift. Mr. Maedor ough published a statement of the who! affair, and the following extract is froi the concluding portion of it. llu.lt. Pat THE TOOK. 11 T ttOIUBT NICOLL. Ve nr liAvly very lowly, Misfortune is our crime, We have heen trodden under foot, From all recorded tune. A yoke ii(ioii our neck i.s laid, A Imrdim to rmlure ; To suffer is our legacy, Tliu portion of the jiotii'. Wo sr lowly very lowly And Rcorned from...

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. — 8 December 1843

THE OTTAAVA FREE TRAD Ell. rV 4 "i . V" - '. DEnCt'IMTIt; CANDIDATE for 1SII. roa frksident : HAUTIX VAN BlilLW, of New York. TOa VICB rRF.8IDF.NT: RICniRD 31. JOIIXSON, of KrnSnrir. Siljrct lothedicis'on of a Xttumal Cmmtlin.) "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FiiEE TIMDEIi. Ollutrn, 111., Iii.lny, Crrrmlirr N. 1 "s 1 I (jj (j'ov. Dvis, the agent of ll.o canal bond TinlJtTi, arrive J ut tliiit place oil tr'iitnriiay laM, niul remained ut lh I'ox Kivrr House until Tuesday. Tito CJii v., accompanied by Messrs. 7!v.it an J Swnr, Ml litis place fur Aurora, mi I'ox river, from whence they will proceed to LucLport. d'uv. l'oii ii has nut )cl airivcd. The Ciiit.il Our Mnlr li bl. Wu are truly Hurry to see such respectable pa pers a tins i'haw ncclown (intite mill Rellevillc Advocate join li.iinU with tin) Alton Telegraph and Lin In il pi'mli In linvuit the noble tH'ort tJi.il l.i now being made lo icstoie the ire lit and honor of our stale. W e earnestly invoke llioi-o, pupi r, bil.no lin y irm...

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. — 8 December 1843

'' THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Kuiaucipnlian Touching l'uc. Mr. John Macdotiough, of New Or leans, some lime ago liberated a number of his slaves, nnd sent them to Liberia with a liberal ovitfit. II is plan of accom plishing their liberation was somewhat pe culiar, lie proposed to such as were wil ling to go to Africa an arrangement of this kind, viz. that lie would allow to each one a certain portion of his time each week, and would pay him lor the labor done at such time, or credit him wilh it at a fair priee. The servant man was to have his ordinary task of daily labor, and if by in creased industry he could finish this go as to have additional time at his disposal he should have the benefit of it. The sum at which each was valued, at a moderate estimate, was set down against him in the account book, and every credit gained by extra labor was duly entered also. In this way some fifty or sixty achieved their freedom, by a process which made it manifest that they knew how to piize it, ...

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. — 8 December 1843

Til E OTTAWA FREE TRADER THE FREE TKADElt, ' PUBLISHED WllKlf II JOIN HISE & VILLIy 0S.T1.1N, Lnmlle street, one donr from the north-west turner of lU Public S juare. Ticoddlirs per annum, if paid udenntr s T,,. . ,;..,. in ? vn. if u: within iz walk,, mi thnc JoBar, iMtyed until the end wwti.t ...... . y ojt.ieyatr. .im.fc.r,c.. -i v A "'w r T ' -1 ,om" al,vcy,"u "'" r ' " . CO-AO stmim taken f.r a swrrr prn.Hl than six months. j fifSt pupcr diaCti!!ifJ!l until nil ('TWiv.'' an paid, unlm al the option ,.fth e,l..r,. it enmefrre nfpistu:;r. bcsixkss nnos. THKOrllltfH I.. IIUKCr. BKOHIIK H. HJIIHI. Dicltcy V ri!irr, A llorncys at Law , OTiiuM, Ills. OffifO on tlm enrtt i ln nf tin- I'uMin H ifiro. batwoon ilia M uni'Mi limine uirl t'ily llntiil, in tlie rooini firiiHTly occHuicJ u a law oilicu Uy Momrs. Farwcll &. Holt. Ottawa, l)ic. 1. 1H41. 21 tf CrKUllfj ft It. HOItUIH. K. X. l U U II IlllOK. IXorris cV IIol!)i-ook, Attorneys and Ctmnavlhra at Laic, uml Solicitors in Chan...

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. — 15 December 1843

Til OTTAWA i IE OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, DECEMBKK 15, 15513. NO. 2G. EE TRAD t I From the Citizen Soldier. ' THE OLD OAK. B T H B II 11 Y B. llltltT. Shske, shake thy lirad in the wind, And rustle and wail. Old Tree, And nen, when they think of thy glories gone, Will feel for thy fall with mo. But they never can feel for thee, Old Oak, as a Poet can ; For he hath the heart to break And they have the heart of man The cold and stony heart, And the earthy soul within That owna no (Jod savo tho Idol Self No priest, save the priest of sin. Now, tho Poet's heart is warm And spurneth the clayey clod Is warm with the love of the Rood of Life, , And fresh from the hand of Uod. And ho will say, Old Oak. That, though so old and grey, Thy branches sung a gleesomu son; In tho merry month of May Thnt, in tho hot July. They made a pleasant shade For tho way-worn wanderer, as he strode Along the sweltering glade That Augus...

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. — 15 December 1843

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. U EffltmTIC CANDIDATE for 1S41. FOR PRESIDENT t KiRTlN VIS BL'REN, of Star York, ion vice president: RlCniRD M. JaaXSOS, of Krntnrky. t j i.. nfa Kdiuiiul Conn nit"" i ' ' ; si; - v o imam warn-. "justice a:jo EQUALITY.' THE FREE T11UKK. Olluvru, III., Frl.liiv, SJerrmbrr 15. IS H. (Jj-Mr. ilt as urr.vod in thia place jester Jay afternoon from Lockport, nnJ report quite favor ably at to tlio cxaiiiinutiona being made by the ogcut of the bondholder. Gov iHvis i at Luck jiort. Cov. I'oun is expected to bo at Peru ibis evening, at which place lie will bo met by Mr. ltis. We hone to ice a proper inanifcstatiuii 1 ' ' " . . I made ty our cituena oil tins mo nr.i vmiioi wuv, Ford to the Jiurth since his elevation lo jjubcri.a- toiial chair. tVisrouslrt Insurance Coiupnuf. Al length thu call we made two weeks ugo on ! the ''hicago pnpen to apeak out upon the aubjecl I of tho Wisconsin Marine and Tiro lusutance Coin-; i..... i i.i .... i ,,....( ii,. ,,. it,., i'.,,r...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 15 December 1843

THE OTTAAVA FREE TRADER. 3- I 1 ' 1 , j i NEW STOKE IX FEUV. BAI.DWIX & BREWSTER HAVE opened at the itone huilditifi in Prru, n entire new itock of Good, selected ex ireialy for this market, cousisling of DRY GOODS, Hardware, Crocket y, Hals, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Clothing, Groceries, Sic, &.c. All of which urn offered at very lew price for Cash or Produce. We respectfully solicit the at tention of purchaaera to mil and examine our lock and price. We IihII uko our le.l exer tion to gueaatisfacliou to all who may patronize Ut. Peru, Dec. U, 1813. 2C if NEW STOKE AT NEWARK. FHHE sulwcrilirr lias ju.t received and nffeis fl. fur sale, cheap fur ( .'u-.lt or good Winter Wheat, the following article : Dry Goods, Caps, Crockery, Hardware, Nails, Glass, Collins' Axes, Window Sash, Raisins, Candies, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Sugar House and N.O. Molasses, Medicines, Linseed Oil, Sp'ts. Turpentine, IJiee, Dry Groceries, Brandy, Alcohol and Wine for medicinal purpo ca, and many other a...

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