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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 25 October 1844

Til E OTTAWA FREE TRADER lJJlll'I TsX' C.1IMOI DA I ICS. roa iuesipent : JAMES K. POLK, or iivjkiui, ' ron vicr prbsidkxt: GEORGE M. DALLAS, Of rSMNtLA.li. Vor Prcsiilrnlial ICIirloin, A. W. CA V A Rl.Y, firsl rircuit. JOHN 1). WOOD, second circuit Wll.l.IS AM.EX. Iliirdcirrr.il . C. FRENCH, fourth circuit. W. A. RICHARDSON, fifth riivuit JOHN DEME 1", sixth circuit. HA AC N. ARNOLD, seventh citcuit JOHN C VMIOIW. eighth rirruil. NORMAN H. PCRIM.E, ninth rin uit. H.RCTIOX OV THE VOlltT.I HIT OPNOVI.MtU.il. 444 "JUSTICE AND QUALITY." Oll:itra, 111., I'l idny , Crluli I 35, IMI IHclniirholt Oerurrt iter. U'a announce with drri rrgrrt the death of ItonuiT I'. Woonwourir, of lie Ni.tit.nal II tt I, in Peru, in this county, yrslrnhty morning, un der circumslanrr peculiarly harrowing. On Monday afternoon lat lie starlul f...m home with t horse and hussy lo go a few miles into tin country, tilling with him o lny und his d n.blr barrelled fowling jiicro. ('timing to asleep hill, he got out ...

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. — 25 October 1844

NEW GOODS AT PEBU. WM. PAUL & CO., ARE now receiving direct from New York, a prime stock of new and seasonable goods. The following are some of their leading articles: Common and superfine wooldyc black and colored cloths ; bearer cloths ; fulled and shecps grey do,; fine black and fancy cassimeres; satinets; Kentucky jeans; tweeds: silk velvet; satin and fancy vr&iings ; 41)0 1 yards calicoes ; 22 pieces plain, figured and striped nlpaccas, chusangs, and mous- selme de lames; 53G2 yards of brown and bleached sheetings; red, yellow and I TT'' .m??' "TT I ...v;,,,,,. , ,. " ' . .V, .."M&c. ttc, and all the various Latin. ( reek, white flannels ; linscys; bediicks : linen Riid cotton diapers ; Irish linen ; drilling.; colored cambrics: moleskins; shawls; dress and pocket handkerchiefs ; silk, merino and gingham cravats ; laces, edg ings ; insertings ; bobinetts ; plain and plaid muslins; silk, kid, cotton and buck skin gloves; silk and worsted milts; ho siery ; comforters ...

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. — 25 October 1844

err THE OTTAWA FHEE TRADER. THE FJ1EE TRADER. FCBLIsllEtl WfKKLT BT ...JAM HISE & WILLIAM 0S)IA, Ltsalle street, tint dunr from the norlk-wett corner of the Public Square. TERMS : TiCodMiri per annum, if paid in advance; T 03 dulUrt and fifty cents if paid within six months g and threr dollars if delayed until the end of the year. AJeertistmtntsinserlcd at f 1 per juarrfr the first insertion, and 25 cents fur each subsc picut nierlion. A liberal discount niadt to thmc tv.'n. advertise by the year. Xj'Xi subscribers lultn fur a shorter p?hi thin six months. (pS p.tpe.r d'sron'.i nn'd until nil urrc-irag' are paid, unless at the npl'mn if the editors. try All f.omm micalioni, to insure uttti.Hui nu".t come free rjiosijr. T JKUi'lllt-l'S t.. tllCKI'.T. (IV.Oili.i-. S.lllillHt. Dickey iV rilii'i', Attorneys and Counsdlura ut Lux, on.r,vi, IM. O.U on the ul fci'l-J f llm PuMio Sunn, between la .Muni m II ' ' '" I City Hold, in th r.)a:m f rnnrly nc.supiuj in a ln.v oilicj by Messrs. ...

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 November 1844

mwiDi ArnTnn awa j. J3L JL-&- BY I1ISE & OS.MAN. OTTAWA , ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, I8-M. VOL. V. NO. 20. ERIE TRABI1-. T'io Knickerbocker Magazine says ihnl Nicoll, who litis been felicitously tcrmrd tlio "British Btrd of the Lowly," ha written a capital purody upon 'God Save the ljuoen," in " (' Sure the JW," a little ong which we nuncx, together with the original. 'J'hcru iiat least a touching an J noble simplicity and freedom in the parody. Albany A'gus. GO D MA VI'. Til IJ Q I l;t.. (Jod nave Victoria ! Long livo our nohlo Quern ! (Jod suvo the lueen ! Send her victorious, Happy and glorious, Long to reign over us; God buve the Queen ! O Lord, our (Jod, arise, Scatter our enemies, And imtko them fall ; Con found their polities, Frustrate their knavish tricks; On her our hopes are fix'd, God save us ull. 'J'hy choicest gifts in store. On her ho pleased to pour, Loiik may she reign ! May sho defend out laws, And ever gi us cmso To sing with heart and voice, God save t...

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 November 1844

OS tt 9 CR ITIC C AX ll UATi:. rOR P3S SI DENT I JAMES K. POLK, FOR vice president: GEORGE M. DALLAS, or risssi Far Presidential lilccior, A. W.CAV A RLY, first circuit. JOHN I). WOOD, second circuit WILMS AI.T.KN, third circuit A. V. FRENCH. fourth circuit. XV. A. RICHARDSON, fifth circuit JOHN DI3.Mt.i r. 'lh circuit. 1S AC JV. ARNOLD, seventh cncuit JOHN OALUOlN, eighth circuit. NORMAN II. 1'L'KI'J.fi, ninth circuit. ELKCTIOS OX TMll rOUIITU HAT O? OV V. 11 K II. mmm 'JUSTICE AND ENMITY." TUG FJJEE TJiADEIt. OllawA, 111., I'ritlnT, Novt mbi r 1, IS I I 1 "' '" "" DEMOCRATS ! IIALLY!! Tlally from the hills ! llally from the dales ! Kully from llic work-shops ! lfally from the fields ! From the Norththe South the East the West RALLY! RALLY! RALLY! On Monday nrl, INovciiiImt Illi. CJo to the pulld early ; vole as soon as you get there ; and then seo that your neighbors vote. If any ore absent, start out after them. Let not business detain you from the polls, Tho cause of your countr...

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 November 1844

NEW GOODS AT PERU. WAI. PAUL & CO., ARE now receiving direct from New York, a prime stock of new an J seasonable goods. The following arc some of their leading articles: Common and superfine wooldye black and coloreo doihs ; beaver cloths ; fulled and sheepa grey do,; fine black and fancy cassi meres; satinets; Kentucky jeans ; tweeds: f ilk velvet; satin and fancy vostings ; 4091 yards calicoes ; 23 pieces plain, figured and striped nlpaccas, chusangs, and moits 6cline de laines; 5302 yards of brown and bleached sheetings; red. yellow and white flannels ; linseys ; bcdiieks ; linen anil cotton diapers ; Irish linen ; drillings; colored cambrics; moleskins; shawls; dress and pocket handkerchiefs ; silk, merino and gingham cravats ; laces, edg ings ; inserting ; bobinctts ; plain and plaid muslins ; silk, kid, cotton and buck skin gloves; silk and worsted milts; ho siery ; comforters ; ribbons ; hats ; caps ; boots and shoes ; hatting ; wadding ; tai lor's ttimmings, Sic Sic. 1ho...

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 November 1844

THE FREE TRADER. Pl'IllSlttn WKIII It : jonx iiise & mun osm, Ltjatte street, one duarfrcwt the norlh-H-Cht earner of lie Public Square. : Ttot doll trs per annum, If paid in adeancr,- Ttoi dollars and fifty ctnH if paid within U mnnlhi and three dollars if dttiycd until the end of tli year. A -lixrUwrntnts inserted at f 1 per square fir the test insertinn, nad 25 cents fur each subsequent nterlio-t. A l-bsral discount made to those who ad vert Ue by the year. (Ej'Xi subscribers taken fur a shorter period Ail six months. rrjXipiperd'ciliiiicd until ull arrearage are piid, unless at the up '.Ion of the editors. CAti ea-nnnnieatians, to iniure utlenlioit, tn-ut come free of postage. Til K J fill Lf I. IlllKr. r. (i KDUHt M. Hail II. IHcltcy A I'islirr, illlorneys an I Counsellors a I Law, ornu'i. !!!. OJnooii tho cut aid'i of l!i, PuMic S j.mr,., Iijt'.vjcn tlia Mansion II 'Jo an I ("ilv lloti I, in tfiLrji.iu firntfrly noi'ii(iitiJ ud a la v oliic l' M Mri. Furwell fic II. -ll. O...

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 November 1844

mi fmm TMM31 BY HISE k OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 0, 1811. VOL. V. NO. 21. AWA Fill From the Bonto.-i l'oit. A Singula ITIlo of Swindling. Ofalithe ways of raising the wind, that of writing begging and penitential letter to persona known to be deceased, in or der that they should fall into the hands of heirs, executors or administrators, is about the last which would occur to a romie of ordinary calibro. There is a toucli of ge nius in the contrivance, and in some in stances it has proved successful. Boston, lor some months past, has had the honor of harboring the writer of such letters, in the person' of Henry Van Zandt, alias Henderson, &c, who was taken up in May last for forging an endorsement on some stolen treasury notes. Hy letters in our possession from numerous postmas ters, we can trace the movements of the gentleman back to the first part of the year 1813, at which time he was in New York, although he pretended to be in the Williamsburg jail. - IIU dai...

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 November 1844

from a dying wife to lier absent husband. Thin buatla Uko and lo my haAnd And ay ibat be whom well wvd hath cnt A token of her love; and lid bim think. Thai l of er wb- loved il ones Didlbrob for bim. Orestes Brownson, the great traiisccn dentalist, thus discants upon these at ti des, in the following clear an J lucid man ner : Their superiority obviates to eternity. The cylindrical predominates. The ry doid reduced to entity is impermeable.! f'niinn is ilull : bran is deiivalive. v-ir- cumstQiices combined fortuitously pic clude investigation. The irnfragal.lt: concatenation derived by allihion Mipcr teJes divinity, 1'iiUi natural divisions are oblique Sam Slick, too, is tiuly crazy on the subject, and thus deliver himself: 'I swan to man, it gives a fellow a soil of all-ovciish fecliu lo see a gal with one of ilicm tilings on. I'll ho darned if my heart don't jump clean out of my mouth, every time 1 set my eye on 'cm. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FnEETRACEK. Ollnvrn, 111., l'i lili...

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 November 1844

NEW GOODS!! Latest Jlrrical! WM. TRUE k SON l.ave just opened iheir fall supply of fancy and staple goods, direct from Boston and New York, and are prepared to show their friend and the public a splendid as sortment of rich and fashionadle goods. Our stock is now by lar the largest and most complete in Ottawa, and comprises almost every article usually called for; and we arc determined to offer ihnm at prices so low that persons wishing to pur chase will find it for their interest to buy of us. Among our new goods will be found 8ome splendid patterns of Mouslin de Jaincs, Cashmere d'Ecosse's, plain and fi gured Alpaccas, 3-4 and 4-4 Calicoes, black tnd colored Merinos ; fancy cravats and Handkerchiefs, Shawls of various kinds, bonnet and cap Ribbons, new style fancy Cassimcres, Mackinaw Blankets, Broadcloths, Cassimcres, Sattinetts, Yes tings, Kentucky Jeans. Hard Times, Flannels, Sic, Sic, together with a gene ral assortment of DKY GOODS, ilardwarritoots and Shoes GROCERIES, QUEENS...

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 November 1844

THE FREETRADER. ri'BLISHSD Wlllt " JOBVWSE B'fLLIil 0SJJ.1, Ltsalle ttrtr, one door from the north-west comer of the Public Sjuart, Tl INI 1 ... Two dnlliri per annum, if paid in advance 7'ut iLltars and fifty cents if paid within tit months i and three dollars if delayed until the end tf the year. Adcerlisements inserted ut ?l per square for tht first insertion, and 25 cents for each tub.inpirnt nsertion. A liberal discount mad to thote who a doer Use by the year. fj"Xj subicribers taken for a ihorlcr period than nix months. 0Lj.V paper dine mtinued until all arrearages we paid, unless ul the option of the editors. (CTAll co.n ii'iniculion, !o insure attention, must come free vf postage. BUSINESS IMItDS. 'I'lICurtULUft L. incKtr. nsonot: S. Ustlell. Dickoy X Fislirr, Attorneys an I Coitmdlors at Law, OTf.lW.1, Ills. OTuc on thrs can s'ulo of tlio Public. Square, balween tho Mansion House nml City lintel, in therjatm fornerly ocrupicJ a a l.i.v ollicc. I v Mossr. Farwell fNc I T 1 1...

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 November 1844

rn. mm 'AWA IT TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IIISE & OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVEMBElt 13, 18M. VOL. V. NO. 22. MTOflL urn j hi . LI HA Cj The west is fust gaining in library talent a well an in the devt-Iopcmi'iit of llio tuituiul riclinese of licr Mourning and fertile praii it Tlio spirit of sews, too, hud spread her munlle over her devotees west of the greut lakes,' and their .warblings, clear nnJ sparkling, gushe. pullucidly bright. The following sweet truiu from a young luJy of Chicng), a deaf nnJ dumb mute, will stand the test of a comparison with u majority of our noivspaper poetry. From the Gem of the I'laiiie. Is there no power to give ine hack, The faith uf childhood' earliest day, When shadows from (he future's traek. Were chased by joy-bcams far uwy ! When to tho view life's pathway spread, Encircled by a mystic chain, Still haunted by its sunshine fled, I would I wetc a child again. And can no earthly power restore, Unto this heart the stead...

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 November 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. pretty animal ; and when seen under the microscope, present or.c of the most per fect and elegant objects in animated na ture. Its whole anatomy and structure nre beautifully adapted to its mode of life ; its orbicular eyes cnablu it to tee above, beneath, and around it; iis proboscis. m Licit it elongates and conlr.u-ia at pleas ure, can seize and extract tbo juices of the minutest particle ; and its tiny feci are like a boy's sucker, enable it nut only to climb tlic smoothest surface, but to walk even with its back downwards. Ml "JUSTICE AND CGUAL1TY." THE FREE TIlADEll. Ollnirn, III., 1iMnT, rVcviml r 15, Is I I tww iiwm i mm m m ifn mn in ii i i ii i WEItIOCIMCV TIlll'.I.P.iA.V.' ! Wc have tlic proud satisfaction of announcing tlic cheering news to our democratic readers in to-day's pa per, that James K. Polk and Geo. M. Dallas will enter upon the dis charge of their official duties as T-naIilnnl- nnrl Virn 1 r I 1 j 1 1 iiPtlif IT ! I Ui..l.. it.. Hi. .1...

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 November 1844

TH E OTTAWA FREE TRADER. NEW GOODS!! Latest Jr rival WM. TRUE Si SON have just opened their fall supply of fancy nnJ staple goods, direct from lJoston and New York, nnd are prepared to show titoir friends and the public a splendid as iortnicnt.of rich and fashionadle goods. Our stock is now by lar the largest and most complete in Ottawa, and comprises almost every article usually called for; and we are determined t offer them at prices so low tint persons wishing to pur chase will find it for t'leir interest to buy of us. Among our new goods wul be found poino splendid patterns of Mouslin dc Jaines, Cashmere d'Ecossc's, plain and li gurcd AIpacea3, 3-4 and -1-1 Calicoes, black and colored Merinos ; fancy cravats nnd Handkerchiefs, Shawls of various kinds, bonnet and cap Ribbons, new sly! lancy uassimeres, Mackinaw IJlaukeis, Droadclolhs, Cassiineres, Satlinetts, Ves tings, Kentucky Jeans, Hard Times, Flannels, Sic, Sic, together with a gene ral assortment of DRY GOODS, Hani ware Hoo...

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. — 15 November 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TRADER. rcsusriEn vrmit nr johj nisE k william osm, Luallc street, one dnor from the north-wett corner of tie Public Square. toms : Two dolhrt per annum, if paid in udcance; Two dollars and fifty cents if paid within six month,, and tare dollars if diluted until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for tin first insertion, and 25 cents for each subseqnmt nsertion. A liberal discount mad to those who advertise by the year. rj-$j subscribers taken for a shtrttr period than six months. rrNo paper discontinued until alt arrearage art paid, unless at the option of the editors. CCJ-All communications, to insure attention, must come free of postage. Bl'SIXESS L'lliDS. laEurniLua t. Man, mkouuk s. iisimi. Dickey A Tislier, Attorneys and Counsellors ut Law, OTTAWA Ills. Office on the east tiJj uf lh PnM.r S(iiiw, between the Afanaion llouje unJ f .'ity Jfm. l, i.i therioin formerly occupied an a ia.v ullico ly Menari. Farwell & Il...

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. — 22 November 1844

TMI 3 JLJJ L E OTTAWA in i TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY I1ISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FillDAV, NOVLMBCIl - 1811. VOL. V. NO. 23. en TRADE& The C'nunl Ixmu -.Mr, Kjuia'a I.ellcr. From tlie N. Y. Journal of Commerce. Messrs. Editors: The leucr of Mr. Thos. W. Ward in your paper of Thursday, is bo liable to mislead, that I derm it due to the citizens of Illinois and myself to give to the pub lic the facts as they have actually trans pired during this negotiation. Afi?r a long, unpleasant, and tedious negotiation. Col. Oakley and myself suc ceeded, towards the close of last year, in settling the details of an agreement which was in every respect satisfactory to us, honorable to our Slate, and agreeable to the wishes of our creditors. The latter, after a preparatory statement, bound themselves as follows: 'but we arc nev ertheless willing, and hereby agree to ad vance to the trustees, to be appointed in manner poiuteJ out by the said Act, the sums set opposit...

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. — 22 November 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. ro TC OTTAWA ri TBADIE. Blether' Room. The tryrttnir pot in the sunny day of child. kood, and the "aik of peace where the bath of iuj i aaauoweu. In childhood' bright end funny day, When wearied with our imple ply, When doll, end book, wide were flung, And nursery legend left unung; With timid steps we'd oftly tread Around our feeble mother' bed ; Feeling a blessed pot wa home When gaihcr'd there in mother' room ! Year pass'd, and soma sweet dream hid faded And many a hope of earth been shaded, Some strings iu life' gold harp were broken, And ome low word of lovo unspoken ; Whilst 'mid tliecolJ world's crowded mart" We bore with them, our caiclc part ; But yet 'twa sweet, at eve, to come, And gather in our mother' room ! When an empty place wan at the hearth, And a weet voice pass'd away from earth. When midst each sccno of mirth was still The aching void," no joy could fill, And many sorrow darkly fell Upon the homo we loved so well; One star of hopo amidst ...

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. — 22 November 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DIED In South Ottawa, on Saturday last, Matilda H., conort of Tnomaa DusnetL The diteae of w hich Mra. B. died wi an af fection of the heart. Her uffering were aevere nd protracted, and her patience wa tried in an extraordinary degree. But the retained the poa aeuion of her reasun to the last, and welcom ed death with a full reliance on the efficacy of Redeemer'! blood. DIED Near Pontiac, Livingston county, on the llth ult., IIassau, consort of John Blue, aged 21 years. In Mcllenry county, Illinoia. on the 25th ult., of congestive fever, Lima Buhoit, aged 28 yean. tk. ,wp.1 a citizen of Livineston coun- ty, Ills., and has left a wile ana ouo cnitu mourn his early death. . - , i'ii to One Hundred Dollars ICeward. STOLEN from the house of the sub scriber, residing at Ottawa, La Salle county, Ills., on the night of the 8th day of July. 1844, $110 in silver, 16 sover- ciens. one Norweiaian cold piece, value $8,00, $120 in notes, and one 2 dollar bill. Bank Massac...

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. — 22 November 1844

VI THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. , THE FttEE TRADER. . P0SL1SRSD VIII1T ST JOIN IIISE i WILLin 0S31AX, LnJk 'street, one dor front the north-west corner of tke Public Square. tiiii : Tuo doll irn per annum, if paid in advance, Tivo dollars and fifty cents if paid within six month,' andthrer dolltiri if delayed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at ?1 per square fir the first insertion, and 25 cents for each subsequent tnerlioit. A liberal discount mads to those who udvertise by the year. (Zj'Si suhicribirs lalan fir u shorter pt.riul than six month. rrySt paper disontinunl until all arrearage are paid, unless al the opium f the euilnrr. (Tj"A!l coinm'tniciitionn, to insure attention m ust come free uf postage. DlSlNKSS CUIUS. TliKOrHl LI'S L. 1'H'I.I.r. . l.nilf.K Dickey V l islu-r, , n:Ut.i:. Attorneys and Cuunsilhrs at l.wr, orma in. O.TIoe on the e.nl sido nf I lu Public Square, between the Mansion il nis" and ( i ty lino I, in the fJoin f irmcrly nccupicJ u a law ulllc...

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. — 29 November 1844

I 1 r T 1? Annnri AWAv 1 iVTyU'Mja TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IIISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, NOVKMKER 20, UM-t. VOL. V. NO. 21. mm I.i'llt-r oil Aiiimiil JliijjiirliMii. ii t ii kv. mi. nKtciiKii. In October, ISVi, on my w:y to l!ie Synod of Genesee, I spout l!ie night :it the house of Mr. Hull, nt Hymn. In the evening I called on Ilev. Mr. Child. On entering the room I found his son, nn in telligent boy, aged ten years, then in a cataleptic fit, sitting in his father's arms, and his feet in warm water. In a few moments he recovered, lie frequently had from three to six tits a day. Had received the best medical attendance in that region. Was no better; daily worse. Had lost, entirely, the power of speech for several days. (J real fears were felt that lie would never recover. There was a sore on the back corner of his head and on the spine, occasioned by a fall some months previous. When the tits passed ofl, he became hungry, and not at all drowsy ; ...

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