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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 June 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. The Senate of the U. S. has passed the bill granting one hundred thousand acres of land to aid the state of Michigan in the construction of a canal round the falls of .St. Marie JjE!iX Yet. Why may Prince Albert be considered a saving and frugal personage? lkcause he lay by a sovereign every night. iV. V. Signal. It was stated in the Old School General Assembly, at Philadelphia, that the Uible had been translated into 150 different languages. DUtrucliTC Fire at Wlrcnl. On the 6th inst. a fne broke out in Mr. Molson'a distillery. Quebec suburbs, which consumed about 10,000 worth of property all uninsured. From the Buffalo tit-publican. Geucrnl Hrrion, l'riiiciplc. Q. What are Gen Harrison's sentiments in regard to a national bank ? A. (Jreat Harrison he is tlic'one To lead the sons of freedom on. Q. Is Harrison in favor of abolishing slavery in the District of Columbia ? A. His like again can ne'er be found, So pass the. cider round and round. Q. Is Gen. Har...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 June 1840

THE ILLINOIS. FREE Til A I) Eli. f -s, : t : l P A R T E D r-r r.UK bexjamiv. '(' r j- parted ! tlie departed! T;.ey visit ns in dreams . ud they glide above our memories, Like shadow over streams ; Hut where the cheerful lights of home h constant lustre burn, The departed the departed Can never more return ! The good, the brave, the beautiful ! How dreamless is their sleep, Where rolls the dirge-like musick Of the ever-tossing deep (V where the hurrying night-winds Pale winter's rubes have spread Above the narrow palaces, In the cities of the dead ! I look around and feel the awe Of one who walk alone Among the wreck of former day, In mournful ruin strown. I start to hear (lie stirring sounds Among the cypres trees; For the voice of the departed Is borne upon the breeze. That solemn voice ! it mingle with Each free and careless Mrain ; I scarce can think earth's mintrclsey V ill cheer my heart again. The melody of summer waves, The thrilling notes of birds, Can never be so dear to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 June 1840

' : .' ; THE ILLINOI r r I Our Country, her Commerce, and her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 2G, 1840. NUMBER 6. V ( ) 1 I: PUBMaHED WEKKLr BT GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, ! Canal Street, nearly opposite the Mansion liaise. tib.hs: Two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance ; Three dollars if not paid before tho expiration of the fint six months; And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end or the year. Advertisement inserted at 1 per square for tha' first iinertiou, aid 23 cnnM tor each subsequent insertion. A literal discount made to those who advertise by the year. 'All communications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed iu the neatest nianmanner, at the usual prices. Ottaw a is the seat of justice of La Salle county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 'JU miles, by water, from rSaint Louis, and mid-way between ChicaR'1 and Peoriu....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 June 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t' ; si!Mr!. . 1 r UITATIOX. - i ' . ) r ,''t s.ooi'asfcT. '"vv,i f'-v , n;.t r Umber, oh my ouH .! - V. -The thrilling burp of love, -V,-?,rt ' - daily w'" '8 symphonies, " " ' ' " i cj ,i! jice, anil the hand of IIojio i:. u '.-j. ' U.e rosebuds it would weave fur thee. " "j n'.uwvo care, and bid pule Grief, . ; ck dishcvll'd o'er her temples thrown, i .-is. )at the gate; for thnie are of earth, i .c pilgrim's foot that ncars the Holy Lund Turn from the caravan with which he made Hi joumry through the sands, & loathe the noise Of all ha tinkling bulls. Mow down, my oul ! And enter in alone, to meet thy Hod And crave a Sabbath blessing. Thou, perchance, By the strong urgency of prayer, shall gain That gift of faith, which, like the wonderons light Of the descending Prophet's brow, reveal J Even to the thoughtless crowd, with what dread guet, On Sinai'a shrouded top, hw trembling lip Had dared to talk. .4.il..rf4-' I 1 -Sl-T "JUSTICE AND EQUALIT...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 June 1840

' ' "V" e THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. '. i I r The Fourth or July. The Committco of Arrangements are now able to inform the public that they have made the necessary anangenients for an agreeable celebration of that day. An excellent dinner will be prepared At the CITY HOTEL, in Ottawa, by Mr Douglass, and on such moderate terms, that there will doubtless be a general attendance. The Committee repeat their invitation to all, who appreciate the value of our republican institutions, our civil and religious liberty, to join us in celebrating and perpetuating the memory of that eventful day. GEO. E. WALKER, T. L. DICKEY, WM. PALMER, JAREZ FITCH, D. BUCHANAN, ALSON WOODRUFF, -ADAM LAMB, Committee of Arrangements. Ottawa, June 26th, 1810. ('tmvt.vt'oii Nominations. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION FOR REPRESENTATIVE: Abrunt It. Dodge. WHIG NOMINATION FOR REPRESENTATIVE: Lewis Y. Link. He are requested to annouiiee (JEORliE A. bOUTllWORTH an a candidate far the ojjke of county comminitioncr. rcYWe are a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 June 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ; ill.' t . .illlltlM oil ill-hair v' .;-".v.-.'r.- ;U:-t-iV. following address r .'.tor, Mr. M. t. r n'M, ;it the Natchez benefit in e, by one of the orphan MORESS ; VK8 SATC1IT.2 BSXr.lT. IT -. -V i. i '-Hold! Tho sky ublnck--in.l crashTi;t. . v. ,ig thunder nd tho light'ning flash Ti- ..ricking wind, and blood-congealing tone Of frantic agony and dying groans Yt II of a city hurtled to decay, And throng of human brings swept away ! r'Twa not the warlike engine's dreadful rattle 'Twm not amid the bleeding ranks of battle. Nor centuries, nor years, nor e'en a day Brought the proud city crumbling to decay An instant only! fines the temples nod, And man expires beneath the hand of God! Ye who have ever felt a pang of woe Ye who for man man' kindly feelings know Yo who by fate or fortune have been grieved, And know how sweet it i to !c relieved Relieve poor Nau-hez'.chccry our hapless brothers And doubly bless yourselves, by blessing others! Think of the dead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 July 1840

FEME TRABEM. 1 THE IIXINOI Our Country, her Commerce, and her Free Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1040. NUMBER-7. ty s PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Slreet, nearly opposite the Mansion House. terms: Two dollars anil fifty ccnta per annum, if paid advance; Three dollars if not paid before the expiration of the first Bix months; And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end of the year, Advertisements inserted at $t per square for the Srst iniertbii, an I 25 cent tor each subsequent insertion. A literal discount made to those who- advertise by the year. , All communications, to ensure attention, must be post paid. JOB WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest maninanner, at the usual prices. Ottawa is the scat of justice of La Salle county; is situated nt the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 miles, bv water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago and Peoria. The populati...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE T It A I) E It. Vl! . rjIIEKTV. ' n Tiik bostojt bard. When Freedom, 'neath the hattlo atorm, Her weary hear! reclined; And round her fair mnjestie form Oppression fain haJ twined; Amidst the din, beneath the cloud, Croat WisiiixiTiii apjcnred, With daring hand roll'j back the shroud, ' ' And thus the sufferer cheer'd. 'Spurn spurn despair! le great lie free! ' " With giant strength arise; Stretch stretch thy pinions, Lilierty, - Thy fl;i! plant in the skiea: Clothe clothe thyself in glory's robe, ltd stars thy haum-rn gem; Rule rule the Heft, posscw the glohe, Wear Victory's diadem. t "Go toll the world a woild i hum, Another orb give liht, Another sun illumes the morn Another star the nihl. Be just, be brave, and let thy .lift me, Henceforth CoLcvniA be; Wear wear the oaken wreath of ''nine, The wreath of Liberty." lie oaid, and lo! thest-ir of night, Forth to her burner Ili'w, , And morn with pencil dippVl in lit;l'.l, ller bhihlies un it threw; Columbia's chief...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. R a- - -c-rr'- Ji Important from Springfield::! By advices from Springfield we learn that the speech delivered by our " youthful" friend and "soldier," the junior editor of the Kinawuk "fixen" at the SpringfiVhl Convention, was a "powerful effort," and furnished the "most deli cious treat" that was ever offered to the citizens of thai place. Wc arc riht glad of this. We can assure the citizens of Springfield that he is altogether a nntrnmnsr vounc man!!!! Having Wii educated nt West Point hv the funds of the Government for public service, it is reasonable to suppose that ediiealion, anil everv care taken to miulifv hirh for a distingtiflted statesman' .'..'.'.' f .The charge is faht that this "youthful" editor liimwir wmto i,n -nmmuniciition signed a " Whig Lady" and " Saiiffumon," which appeared in the Journal at the time he was in Sprinkle . I, in nraisi! of himself. His modesty li.rbul the yciii!MM!;tj!!!:!!!!!!!!!!!!!!::!!!!!!!!!(7;J) " It wfnU that thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 July 1840

.. . r., POETICAL. rj.AG OF THE UNITED STATES. ?Ter waved beneath ui6 golden sun A Iovlier banner for the irave. Than that our bleeding fathers won, And proudly to their children gave; riot earth a fairer gem can bring, Or freedom claim a brighter scroll. Than that to which our free hearts cling The flag that lights the freeman' soul! lt glorious stars in azure 6hinc, The radiant heraldry of Heaven; Its stripes in beauteous order twine, The emblems of our Union given. And tyrant with a trembling gzc, Surrey its bright and meteor glare, With glorious beams around it blaze, And rest in Cubic slumber icrc! . Look, freemen! on its streaming fold! As gallantly thry range afar, Where Freedom' bird undaunted hold . The branch of peace and Kpeur f war, 'While high amid thf rolli'ir tars, With word which every heart expand, Within her beak secure she bears The bad;;e of our united I and! Behold the star-wrought cnsi;'ti sweep, Thy country pride, th. tyrant's bane; Unrivaled on the loaning de...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 July 1840

TOE EIXINOI FREE TRABEM. Our Country, her Commerce, ami litr ltd Institutions. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1840. NUMBER 8. 9 Jwfrn PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Street, nearly opposite the Munsion Huuse, TERMS t Two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollars if not paid before the oxpiaiionofthe first six months; And three dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed until the end ol the year. . Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first imartion, and cbiiU lot each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by 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 Sallo county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 miles, by water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago and Peoria. The popu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. : m the Ntw Y'trk Xcw Era, DEMOCRACY'S WAR. a trumpet is heard. Kef! how mighty men shake," J ; Though iu note are of exquisite ton;1; Now millions of freemen to glory awoke, - -While the tyrant turns pale on hi throne. "Tin the Trump of Democracy, calling to war A mightier army than kings ever saw. Hark! again it is heard. Now its notes !erp and clear, The high places of wickedness shake; The sons of Democracy arm without fear, Strong, the-sccptrcs of tyrants to break. 'Tia the Trump of Democracy calls them to war; A mightier army no mnu ever saw. Yellow bbtodlcw, how icarlcs Democracy's war; For no weapon of steel there is neon; No weapons of death do the soldiery draw, But Iftelr liunl freverare green. 'Tis the sharp sword of Truth that these champions wield, Tho mightiest wepon on Freedom's broad field. Through the plains of Humanity witness the strife! "fece! how Error her form would impose! Tho sharp sword of Truth now deprives her of life, And the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 1 i THE FREE TRADER. OTTAWA, Friday, July 10, 1810. DE3IOCKATIC PLATFOKJI, Opposition to a Salianal Bank, a fraught with vancr to our free institution! ana to the hbertiesofthe people, f rot itt necessarily great arid controlling peir ortr the general currency and business of the country. Opposition to the presmt RanktnB Ststem, at dehxtive in principle end unsafe in practice, and requiring a radical reform. A total separation oj tne jural concerns of Government from all Banking Institutions, as the best guarantee for the Tiresertation of our National Independence. Encouragement In all Ti 7 1 ' P . .1 . Dimics, vascu wfxni imi principles, utin me ability and disposition at all times to redeem their bills in gnhl and silver, and an express provision in all Bank Charters, requiring ample security to be given to the State for the redemption of their fames in specie on demand, and the perpetual suljrelion of all acts of incorporation to the control of the Legis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. lilWISV CARDS.' i . L, 1.1 I !, lORIXSO LL4JU. u-key A Leland, ',. ' v eouiuethn at taw, Ottawa, Jib. i Le arm will always be present at the Us'vN-nt courts in Judge Ford's circuit, wa, May 23, 1840. 1 tf. ; Geo. II. Norris, Attorney and Cuumel&r at Law, Matter Chancery and Notary Public. ? - Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1840. 1tf. - , in y J. X. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chaxcert. 1 Office opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1tf. S. K. Farewell, Attorney and Counsellor at Low, Office over the new store of CuBhifyjn & Tliomp : ; son, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1tf. Milton II. Swift, Attorney and Cmtnttllor at Law. Office on La Salle Street, a few doors North of the Market. Ottawa. Illinois. May 23.1, 1840. , 1tf. Joint v. A. I Iocs, Attorney and Cowntllir at Law anil Solicitor in Itiancery. Office next doov north of the Post Office, Otta wa, La Salle county, Ill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 July 1840

4 J--4 THE IILMNOI FREE TMABEM Our Country, her Commerce, and her Free Institntioiis. VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1840. NUMBER 9. V PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Slrtet, nearly opposite the Mansion Jtutist. terms: Two dollars and fifty ccnU per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollars if not paid before the expiratinnnfthft first hit months: And three dollars nd twenty-fire cents if delayed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the first insertion, affd 35 cents for each subsequent insertion. A literal discount made to those who advertixc by 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 i the scat of justice of La Calle ' county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 200 miles, bv water, from Saint Louis, and mid-w ay between Chicago and Peoria. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. r 7 Pmv J"-riiUi, Emporium. I " i- jf castles stormed, .-. ' ' k.J heroes slain, I . t . .at "cider" has performed, a can perform again. -T' .6 essence of UiU liquid firo (iives freedom to the slave, It lays the ruler in the mire, And makes the coward brave. It weaves the mystic, potent ujiell, Of intellectual night ; Makes chriMian prietiU delight to tell How soldier men should light How the red children of the wood, Were by a Hero slain, Who burn'd their cabins, drauk their l lood, - An4kiU'd them o'er asain. t"l)rab coats and broad brim hate h br'tngn, To step in martial line, It must be best of earthly things It hard olinoht divine ; full many a man when he begun, Had scarce a rug to spare, Hut sucking at tho stuff, anon Had nothing else, to wear. , l'o help the phiz, you can't suppose What wonders it can do i've known it turn a milk while nose A lively Prussian blue, It binds with aid, tho Eyelet hole Too beautiful to mention, A man must " drink to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 July 1840

T II E I LL INOIS FREE T It A D E 11 ; 1 A ft). if J ft - if' THE FREE TRADER. OTTAWA, Friday, July 17, 1S40. ' Opposition to a National Dimh, as fraught with A..n n,..- e, institutions and to ike liber- tic of the pemtkjrom it necessarily gnat and eontroUingp,mer over the general currency and business of the Wiry. yr; f"m ... n(r Suatem, as defective in principle and unsafe in practice, and retpuring a radical reform. A Wliu acpuruiionuj me jmui nmcmis f nnuernment from all Bunking Institutions, i the best iruarantee fur the preservation of our National Independence. Encouragement to all lianas, oiisea ujiuh vu principles, wun ine ability and disposition at all times to redeem their bills in gold and silver, and an express pro vision in all Bank Charters, requiring ample security to be given to the Slate for the redemption of their issues in specie on demand, ami the perpetual subjection of all acts of incorporation to the control oj me legislature. A graft for the Illlnoh Frre Tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 July 1840

THE ILLINOIS FREE-TRADER. US!.US CARDS. r ; rum mcKcr. . iobsmo uiixu. Dickey & Inland, torneys A tomuelhn at law, Ottawa, Ilk. One of die firm will always be present at the different courta in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May S3, IS JO. 1 tf. Geo. II Norris Attorney and Countellnr at Law, Master in Chancery and Nulurtf Public. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1840. 1 if. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in ClIASCERT. Office opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, I.a ialle county, Illinois. May 21, 1840. ltl'. S. IS. 1'urcwrll, Attorney and Counsellor at Imw. Office over the new store of CushiiSi St Thompson, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23.1, 1840. 1 tf. Millon II. Swift, Attorney and Counmllor ul Ltiw. OtTice on La Salle Street, a few ilnont North of the Market, Ottuwa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1 tf. John V. A. Hoc, Attorney and CounteUor tit Law atid Slicilor in Chancery. Office next door north of the Tost Office, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23), 18...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 July 1840

i, 1711 THE ILUNOI FREE TRADER. Our Country, her Commerce, and her Free Institutions. ft VOLUME I. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1840. NUMBER 10. FUBMSUID WEEKLT BT GEORGE F. WEAVER & JOHN HISE, Canal Strett, nearly opposite the Mansion IImsc. TK MS .' Two dollar.-! and fifty ccnU per annum, if paid in advance j Three dollar if not paid before the cxpiralinn of llio fir.jt.ir mnnlhs! Anil three dollarS and twenty-five ccnta if delayed until the end of the year. . Advertisements inserted at f I per square tor the Snit iniBrtioit, and 25 cents for each subsequent insertion. A liberal discount made to those who adverline by the year. All communicatioiiH, to ensure attention, must be post paid. 1 JOB WORK Of every description, executed in the neatest manmanner, at the usual prices. Ottawa is the scat of justice of La Salle county ; is situated at the junction of the Fox river with the Illinois, 290 miles, by water, from Saint Louis, and mid-way between Chicago and Peori...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 July 1840

TIIE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 4 o w . :.i;hard v.. johnson. '7 ' X.jr Spangled B.Hinrr." COl. n - . it c. throuzli the forest so dark. V "ih h s 1 arrior legions advancing tJ battle! t' '.tin- tl yell of the savage re-echoes and hark! Vi" j the death dealing stroke of their rifleJls rattle, i at is it they fear? 'tis the name that they hcar ttu the cry of revenge for the blood of the dc r ; Tis the name of our JOHNSON oh, long will it flame, In letters of light on the banner of fame! How piercing the shriek, uttered thrillingly wil l, From the heart of the mother, in agony swelling, At she mourns the sad Tale of her innocenl child Torn from l'LlnfrTfajienii her desolate divrlWlio soothes her alarms and her wretchedness calms, And retores, gaily smiling, herbabetoherarms'! It is our brare JOHNSON oh long will his name Float in letters of light on the banner of fame ! Rouse! rouse! tit (he battle! remember your (tires; Their fame is immortal and how h jvc they gained it 1 They fought for...

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