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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 3 January 1845

mmg 'JUSTICE AMD EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Ottawa, III., l't i!uv, Jiionoiv 3, l 1.1. '1 he l.rclmca. The lecture nw in course of delivery in this place hy our fellow citizen, Kcv. (J. W. Hassi.t mil Mr. T. 0 isshiitt, ore of th most instructive and interesting nature, nnd highly rieditahlu to ihe gentlemen delivering Ihcru. Wo arc pleased M ice tho interest fell in tiii'.u by our citizens, and hope a general attendance v ill he given dining the delivery of llio different cour-cs. On Tuesday cv.-iimi next, nl the Hall, Mr. Ui'neU will deliver a lecture on (..'eulogy ; and on v ciincsu.iy evening next, in me n:i'iin Church, Mr. Dassct will deliver hi second Ice turoon the History of Allien. After the lecture on Widm a lny t veiling, tin delate on tlio i"r x .i ; ipin.lj.ni Mill he resumed. o. nr. i tt i. Lrtors. The Ottur.a U.ich. lor' Cluh eelihralcd the now ycr iti fine stjlo ut the l.'ity Hotel in this !aeo. About Si1 wi re in al'-riI tiire, nnd a more -morry aaaembly, wo aro ce...

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. — 3 January 1845

-- Ut of Letters REMAINING in the post offica at La Salle, Illinois, Jaa. 1st, 1815. (j-Pertont calling for lettera en tlie following list, will please say they are advertised. Albert Cbarlea B Jones John Nelson Uassett Rev Ueo W Johnson lones JJoyd Nathaniel Judge James Drown K or A Wood- Kennedy Michael 2 ward Brown Ariel H Calloway Joseph Cbarnherlin Win Esq Chisro Eliza Mrs Chubbuck, 0 Esq t'oo Julius C Creuzbaur Otto Dsvia Charles Dickey T L Esq Diion Thomas lupetirr Mr Karri 11 Patrick l'tagan John II Tinkle Uforgo Flanagan Jumrs (Sandman Thomas Grillen Henry Urover Alanson Hastings Oliver II P llogan John Harney Jeremiah Hcnnrssy Tbos W 3 Hudson Timothy 5 Hunter James jr II. 1 J.aSalle. Jan. I. 1S15. Kenny K Knonp 11 Lindley Philo Lnngueman Charles Madden Thomas Madden T Michael John Ling Miller J S Mills r'rccmnn Millikin Samuel M onier Jesn Murtiigli liernatd McCarthy Martin MeDanirl Patrick N orris W I J P Owens U O'Krily Lawrence 0'ulli vait Daniel Potts Samuel D Russell ...

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. — 3 January 1845

THE FREE TRADER. ' J0 MsrW'IUIiH 'OSMJ.1, Latallr street, one door from the north-west - torner of the Public Sjuare. TUMI i f f- tio rtoTfir per 'a'nnum, if paid in uJiunce. I'tco'ddlitrs and fifty cents if paid within six Montui'and Hirer dollars if delayed until tie end uftit year. . . AJvcrtinemtntsinsertrrf at fl per syinre fir the first insertion, and 23 ctnlsforearh subsequent nseriio.t. A liberal discount matte la those ww uJ'jerlise bj the year. (XjYj subscribers taken fur a ihorfrr period 1,'tsn six months. . QCj"A" pjjerJ'einlii,urd until till arrearage are paid, unlets r.t the option of the editors. tfj'A'l cvnmtniealion, to insure uilenliun, ni'tsl route fee of postage. BUSINESS CHIOS. T.IKtiritlLl'S L. IllCKF.r. OliOltf.K M. Hilllll. Dlelipy & Fisher, 1'tomtyii aii l Counsellors at Law, OTTAWA, Ills. Office on llio ca.,1 side uf t!io Public Square, butwoco tlie Mansion House and City fotol, in the r.jonn formerly occupied as a la.v oliicc by .Messrs. Farwcll fc Hol...

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. — 10 January 1845

IOTTA" - y a mm t TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY I1ISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 18-15. VOL. V. NO. 30. II: v f " Itrporl of Gov. Ford in relation to I In' Dior uiou Iilin bitnet. The special report in reference to the disturb ances i.i Hancock county duiing the pai-t year, promised liy Gov. Ford in Iiit message at llie opening oCthe present session of the legislature, was laid before the two houses on the 23J nit. utnl baa been printed. It is very long, and give a mi nutoand, wo liuve no doubl, substantially correct liUtory of all the material circumstances of the so-called "Mormon War," from its beginning down to "the latest news." Many of the Cacti contained in it, however, were laid bcCoro our readers at l!to time they transpired, and for this reason, tho report being so lengthy, wo h ive not deemed it necessary to publish it entire, and shall only givo what wo have considered the most im portant parts, not omitting the rest entirely, but...

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. — 10 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. victim, which gives to the fisherman time to poise his spear and ensure his capture." In this way we watched part of a day, durirfg which a single Indian caught 10 or 12 of these large trout, weighing from 12 to 30 pounds each. in mm "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." Ottawa, III., I'ridnr, Jniiumr 10, H"J. ( hnrnclrr of Ibc l.rj(UI:ilurr. AVo notico that one or two democratic paper, j aa well as sonic esteemed friends, have lil.cn - eeption to the remarks of one our Springlieldcr- respondent in reference to the chaiactir of the present lcguluturc, and are disposed to cast ecu- ure upon us for publishing them. We can only aay in reply, thut we publish the favors of our cor - respondents without pretending to endorse all they aay eiincr in lavor or ogaiunt inc legiHiaturc. They are on tho ground, and wc presume write their opinions as formed from what they !,cc around them. In publishing them, our only aim ia to get at the truth, no mailer whom it may hit ; and WC do not...

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. — 10 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Wlaiar'a BalwHinVtM Cherry. Thia excellent remedy for Cough, Consump tion, Albrn, Uronchitis, etc., bid fair to become one of the moat popuUr medicine before tbe pub lic, lie eale ie tepidly increasing ; and from the manner our friend anJ other who have used it, tpealc in its praise, we can confidently recommend it to the afflicted as the very best remedy they can anywhere obtain for the disease aboe enumer Mod. The genuine is for a!o by G. L. Thomp eon, Ottawa. 201 IIV3IEKEA l MARRIED On the 1st inst., by Rer. War ner, at the residence of Mr. I. J. Cooper, in I.o raine precinct. Air. Natiukiel Pottkr to Miss Hutu Coomn, all of La Salic county. MARRIED On New Year' eve, by Ucv. T. I). Huilbut, of Lowell, Mr. Loci 1'. Krcin, of lirooklyn, to Miss SoruiA Dimick, of Vermi lioiivillc. On the same eve, by the (tamo, Mr. IIksrt Slitkr, to Miss Lidia M. (Jalluw at, all ol Point Republic, On the same eve, by the same, Mr. Isaac (iark, of Drooklyn, to MissLvct Little,...

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. — 10 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FJtEE TRADER. THE FHTR THADEK. rrausitK'' vrr.ettLT BT joxa iiisE i lyiLUAM osian, Luallt street, one done from tin lorth-west corner of the Pub lie Square. tirm : Two dollars per annum, if paid in aJeaner. Tivo dollari and fifty cents if pail within six months i and three Julian if delayed until the end of the year. Adoertisementsinserled ut $1 per square fir the first insertion, and 25 cents for ear lt mi . -quad nserlion. A liberal discount made to those ivhoi advertise by the year (Tj-yj subscribers taken fir a shorter period than six iiio.illi. CCJ-Vj piper d'witiivted until ail arriarngrs are paid, unless at Vie option of the editors. tgJ'All eornm-inicatiuns, to insure attention, must come free of postage. BI'SIXESS UAH IIS. TUSOl'illLI S I. 71 U K Kl. fi KilllliK s. II Sill It. t ' Hir.icy A. risltor, Attorneys and Councillors ut Laic, OTTUVl, Ills. Office on the tol si.lt of tin- Public S.jti-ire, bolw.'en the' Mansion 1 1 -iiic mi l ( 'iiy JI.,i,J, ii, therjnms ...

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 January 1845

OTTAWA TRADMi pa JCil TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY I1ISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1015. VOL. V. NO. 31. From the Uoston Mercantile Journal. A 1 biiuknginini; Slory. It was a bleak day in the mouth of .No vember. Tlio north wind howled mourn fully through the leafless trees the bro ken clouds flitting rapidly across tl.e face of the heavens and the whole face of na ture assumed an aspect, cheerless and un comfortable well calculated to remind; the moralist of the closing scenes in lliej great drama of life as a traveller, with' weary steps, wended his solitary way j through one of those beautiful hamlets' which abound in New England, and j which constitute the noble ornaments, I emblems of freedom, peace and happiness, of which she is justly proud. To judge from hi costume, this travel ler belonged to the humblest walks of life, or had been singled out as a vio'im !v misfortune. His coarse straw hat, his patched doublet, and his canvass tro...

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 January 1845

. ilffiiiiSiiHi - .....v. - THE or TAWA TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IHSC & OSMAX. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, ifllJi. VOL. V. NO. 31. I'rom the Uost n Mrcuntiie Journal. A t li:niU-'iTiia f'loi y. It was a bleak day in the month of No vember. The north win J howled mourn fully through the leafless trees the bro ken clouds flitting rapidly across the face uf the he avens anil the whole face of na lure assumed an aspect, cheerless and un comfortable well calculated to remind the moralist of the closing scenes in the great drama of , life as a tin tiler, with weary step?, wended his solitary way through one of t!mo beautiful I, mulcts which abound in New England, and which constitute the noble ornaments, emblems of freedom, peace and happiness, of which she id justly proud. To judge from his costume, this travel ler belonged to the humblest walks of life, or had been singled out as a victim by misfortune. Hi- coarse straw bat, bis patched doublet, and hi...

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 January 1845

J THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Mountains, was deeply interested in the completion of thi canal ; and the wludo depended upon our willingness to bear n email I5X for the payment of mteieit up on our publio debt. About this there could be no difficulty, if the proper course was pursued. fSccliotial feeling should be j any man, and subserve the best inti i ( .-is allowed to exert no influence on this qucs-1 of this people and of our common couu tion. The north, though at this time bet- j try. ter able to bear the burthens of increased J taxation than the south, wero no more j keenly alive to the honor of our slate and j her great interests. It was a mUuken idea, entertained by some men, that the t people of iho south were opposed ti tax-1 ;tiou and in favor of repudiation, lie1 (Mr. L.) was r.cipr.iinlcd with tho people-j of many of the t-oulhcrn counties, and t gave him pleasure to stale that they wci men of noble and generous disposition.-', high minded and honorable, and would ficely con...

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 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Mountains, was deeply interested in the completion of this canal ; and the w hole depended upon our willingness to tcur a small tax for the payment of intctcst n;- on our public debt. About this there could be no difficulty, if the proper course j mm for themselves a nnme enviable to wis pursued. Sectional feeling should be j any man, and subserve the best int. rests allowed to exert no influence on this qucs- j of this people and of our common cona tion. The north, though at this lime bet-: try. ter able to bear the burthens of increased ! i n n ' ' taxation than t!ie south, were no more j keenly alive to the honor of our 6tale ami j Iter great interests. It was a mistaken J idea, entertained by some men, that the people of iho south were opposed to t:ix-1 filion and in favor of repudiation. lie . (Mr. L.) was ricqtiaiuled with the people! of many of the southern counties, and it i gavo him j L'as u re to stale that they were men of noble and generous dispos...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 17 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. There is a negotiation now pending be tween Mr. Calhoun a Mr. Packenham in relation to the boundary thereof. This negotiation is made the pretence of no in considerable opposition to any movement in the matter. Propositions are pending for the ad mission of Iowa and Honda into the Uni on. Many object to tlio dimensions of Iowa, and think it ough to comprise two States. The territory asked for will make it the largest State in the Union. Flori da wishes admission upon such terms thai she can hereafter divido herself and be come two States. To this there is con siderable, objection. It id doubtful wheth er either of them will be admitted at this session. There is a favorable feeling towards our canal here. Could even a very small tax be levied to pay a part of our interest it would mako the feeling still more favora ble At present, we have no petitions, no proceedings of public meetings and no instructions front our Legislature touching the matter of un additio...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 17 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER There is a negotiation now pending be tween Mr. Calhoun a Mr. Fackenham in relation to the boundary thereof. This negotiation is made the pretence of no in considerable opposition to any movement in the matter. Fropositions are pending for the ad mission of Iowa and Florida into the Uni on. Many -object to tlio dimensions of Iowa, and think it ongli to comprise two States. The territory asked for will malic it tlie largest Stato in the Union. Flori da wishes admission upon such terms that she can hereafter divide- herself and be come two States. To this there is con siderable objection. It is doubtful wheth er either of them will be admitted at litis session. There is a favorable) feeling towards our canal here. Could even a very small tax be levied to pay a part of our interest it would make the feeling still more favora ble. At present, we havo no petitions, no proceedings of public meetings and no instructions from our Legislature touching the matter of an ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 17 January 1845

A: THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FHEE TRADER. - im HISE WILLIAM OSUAN, LawVc tint', one duvrfrom the lorlh-weft turner of the 1'ublicSjuare. TERMS t Two dollars per annum, if paid in adcancn t- j tr, t.;r n.,;.l within til. r , , , r ' 7.ni;iiht end n-nlkn, ail Hire' dull tr, if dtlayed until the end 7.4 tc.-rr Al?!rliiiiiun!ii:ixrtej at 1 per square fir the tint ittert:t), mi l 23 cent for each swW'jnent n.trlUi. A t.j'.rjl dcvuut nude lu thtut win, adsertlit by t.'ic year. ryS, su'jicri'jcrs ru.'ici fjr a shurhr pala! t t i six months. are p :id, it ilms ct the upliun if the td-.L-rs. twn-.i lirntiun, to insure uHoitiu", m tit come f-ce f pjd.tge. u(S!.i:ss nu us. T.l iiMi lih L. hi m; r. T. c i: 'in :.:. rinji li. Iio!tvy A: 1'liior, Atl)rifjs an I C'jti.nllrs ut Law, orriv.i, ii!. O.U;jon t!i j en 1 si 1 1 of tliii lo!i!ii' -".pTLin: lul Tjpii t.'i.j M ri.ii i:i Il.)!ii! ii'i l l'i:y Jl .!, i; t'l.'D'in f irm.vlv i.ciijiicl ajala-v oJliec lv ! M.!Jr. Farwoll iV 1 1 - I r . ' i t)t...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 17 January 1845

Til S OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FUEE TRADER. ruai-uaiii wtmt bt 40.1.1 MSG WILLIAM OSBAN. Lual.'e ftnt', ne doorfrcm t he north-west turner of the Public Sjnart. TERMS Two da!! irs p'r ami-nn, if paid in advance Tioi d'Altn and fifty crntfif paid within six m a j J fW du'urs ifdcLyed until the end if Ike year. At:ertifin'Msinsertedot fl per squarefsrlhc frit insertion, an I 25 eenle fir ctuli su!i:,cjutiit nterlion. A li'icrat diicotut untdc tu taurt win, aJjtrtisc by the year. 1jA'j riWn'vj fir a shorter pcriw! tint six mmthi. g'jT.V) pip-rJimtil-d mill nil urrcara-'i are paid, wilc.13 at the ojitiiut of the editors. ryA'.l n-vtii'i li.-itUnit, to iuwire uttcntiur., t)ftt earn! free of pjt,';r. Cfsixuss cuius. TjaiorniLc l. nit Ki.t. uK'iui.K . rimii'ii. DieKey .V ri-lwr, Attorneys uii l C'juititllora ut l.uw, OrriU'l, J!!i. Ihi ea.l si. I J of I'm I'uMir S',uiri', bal.voen t'u M ruitii 11 tusn an I City Hotel, in iturto-in fir ii -rW occupied us u la v oli'iot by hU'ttt. Farweil ,V ...

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 January 1845

4;? zrBmyt v E OTTAWA TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IlISi: & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 18-15. VOL. V. NO. 32. Fill TRIlo FOIl TIIK OTTAWA FHKIi Til A It Kit. The U t bof l-tiij. 'As we weave, so must we unravel, the web of our destiny." Our diameters are not tlie work of a moment, but of years ; aye ! and of the best years of life, while ttie soul U still unshadowed by earthly ill, and the warm impulses of the heart unchecked by the cold admonitions of worldly prudence, and distrust. Facul ties are given to us susceptible of uiltiva tinn. The mind itself, that which makes us heirs of immortality, is a fine strung harp, whoso tones arc ever varying with the changeful touching of its strings. The web of destiny which we weave here, has its unravelling in eternity ; and so ex tremely delicate are the filaments of which it is composed, that, when once inwoven, they can never be withdrawn. lint the years of our probation are not all alike. Wo pass ...

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 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. r g 'JUSTICE a:io EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER, Ollawn, III., Fi idJ , inunry J I, li.. Tnxntioa -Hrpuliutioii. NVo publish to-d;iy t!io report of llie com niittco on finance, on the mobl impurtniit public measure that ban ever come before tho IiiM.i ture and people of this Mate. It ia on ulile do cument, and with much truth unJ clearing pre wcnU tho Uituu now hi lore I lie people m luin jj cither Tuxatiun or licpudiulnm. This is now , tho eimplo rjueation before a virtuuu anJ intel ligent people of a grout Mute, ami lhoui;!i many honest men may not at firbt view of the mallei thus consiJcr it, yet a moment' mlm reflection must convince them thnt nuch in the cake. W'c havo dufcrrcd action on the public ch hi from tiino . lo lime, vainly hnpiiii; that vomo pructicublc Hi eat ure of relief would t urgent iisc.lf to our lo gUlatori, without renortii g In the only nofc ami common teuse j lull of uXi.i.'mi. (.'rcutnrrs il the mere fancy huve haunted our imagination ...

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 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. The committee propose at that time that the state should resume the payment of the entire interest ; paying in 1819, one-half by taxation, and the balance in land scrip. The following calculation assumes the taxable property of the state in 1818, to be $ 100,000,000, and the rate of taxation for interest purposes, 2 mills or 20 cents on one hundred dollars. It assumes that the increase of taxable properly after the completion of the canal, will be 10 per cent, per annum, and therefore the amount of revenue will incrcae in the same ratio. The table will then show the amount to be paid in money anil land scrip for ten years, at which time the proceeds of the tax, without any increase of the rate, will pay the entire interest. NO. I. Am't. paid in money. Anit.pnitl intcrlp. i 200,000 JHO.Ot'O lCO.UOO 1 10 000 12V 00 100 000 80.(00 (iO.UOO 40,000 20 0(i0 I 0 t'00 In IS IS. tiOO.OUO is 1850, S")1. 18.12. 8.";. 1851, 1855. ISofi, ls:7, 1808, 220.OU0 2t"0u() L60.000...

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 January 1845

T II E O T T A V A F It E E T 11 A U E R. THE FREE TRADER. , ruaiismu wntit t J3M HISE i WILLIAM 0S3.nr Lxialle ttrect, one door from the nnrth-irfit tjrncr of the Public Snart. Tim : Two dollar! per annum, if paid in adeunce, Tio) dJLrt and ffty cents if paid within i.'.c months i and three doltun ifdiliycd until the end of the year. Alixrliicm'.illi inserted at f I per tquart firtht lint insertion, and 25 tents for em it sufj-.f.jueut nserlion. A libertilditcnu.it mnde to t!w-c uhi advertise by the yrar. tfj-A'j suWribers takci fr a sh.rbr perhA I'tun six month. j.Y ptmrdisnvitinud until nil urrmrogt are paid, unlcu at the option .'' ed-!i.r. (j.l7 ewa-inlculioif, to i.ui'J ultLntltu. must come free ifpodig. BtSINI-Sj HilliS. TiUl'll-lULL'S L. lllCKCr. (, I. .Ill lit S. IIHllHR. Dickey 'Fi!ier, Attorneys an I Couiutllors al .;", CrflV,"., Ills. O.nisou tho ca.l ailo of tho Public Sip irr. betw.'c-ii Uij .Mansion il ia-e and City 11 .i-I, m tllj u.t'iu fonncrl nceipieJ as a i.i v u...

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. — 31 January 1845

THE 0 TTAWA mm t Mill, TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY UISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 31, 1815. VOLT. NO. 33. Itcmarks of Dir. Ilyuii, MiJc in Ihe Senate, Jan. 6, 1945, un tU jtropw,: t'wn ij a one mill tax. The ienute, in commilteo of the wholi. Mr. Doi'gukuti in iho chair, took u.a resolution in troduce! hy Mr. Firm an, itietrueiin the cum-initli-e on tho judiciary to report u bill y ruining Uiti canal, caiml lunJs, wutur pjwcr, unJ ull lhc property f the tttatr, to a company. Mr. KILL PATRICK luJ movtil an Amend ment, proposing luxation to pay a purl of the in terest upon llit: puhliu Jctil. Mr. McMl.'K i'liV had proposed to limit the tax to one mill, which was uceeptcd ly Mr. K1U. I'ATRM'K as a modilicmimi. 'l'ho qumtion was on striking out the original resolution otVcri-J by Mr. Fitiiian, mid iiiMcrtini; the amendment of Mr.lCi lli'ATuich as inoJuicd, nd which road a fullon : Whereas, the c-nii plt iou of the Illinois and Mi chigan canal fee ...

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