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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 31 January 1845

ass THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER, holders, and they should advance the money to complete the canal, we would have no difficulty in paying the rate of in terest proposed. If the bond-holders de cline accepting Iho proportion then we must adopt some other plan Tor the com pletion of the canal ; fur I consider it of the utmost importance for into secure that important object to enable us to re - store our credit. 1 would propose to give the bonu-holclers Until the first of May or June to determine whether the v would accept the abovo plan. If they did not, I woulJ propose to raise a loan on a pledge of the canal and canal property, and appropriate the fund raised by taxa tion to pay the interest upon said loan, al lowing ten per cent, interest. This would, without doubt, secure the completion of the canal ; and I think it would be much K.ttnr . f ; .1 wv.tw. ,. I J lilglivi laiu III lllltlin liiui, . to sacrifice the canal property lo complete the canal. , I would further nmvii'n ihnli after...

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. — 31 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. FROM WASHINGTON. Crrrspalcarr mf Ike Vrt Trndrr. Wishisbtok, Jan, 18 le4. This clay, it appearing, on the report of the committee on public accounts, tha. C. J.McNuL ty, clerk of the home, was a defaulter to the am- ount of between $14,000 and f43,000, he was unanimously expelled from h'w office ; and B. D. French, Eaq., of New Hampshire, waa unani mously elected in hi place. The one day election bill of Dr. Duncan ia now the law of the land. The Texas bill i still under discussion. rre.iJent Tyler ha appointed Col. Polk'n bro ther charge to Naples. Very little of importance has been or will be done at this session. All eyes are now turned t tie new administration. Duel between two Member of Congress. Mr. Yancey, of Alabama, and Mr. Clingman, of North Carolina, during the debate on the Texas question in the lower house at Washiyloti on the 7th inst. got to liking hard words in refcrcneo to each other, and finally agreed to settle their diffi culties "elsewher...

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. — 31 January 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TRADER, j - t t rcat,,nsn w,,ElT " - - ! J0a.1 MSB & WfLLUI OSfliJ, Liatlt ttree', t door from the north-west ,s turn i : -; TUto dalLir per nnnm, if paid in advance,- Two d-tlLxri and fifty cenit if paid within lix mm As; mud lhr$r dolLui ifdtLiyed until the end f the year. A h'trtisements inserted at $1 per tquurefur the first insertion, and 23 cents for tack lubscpierJ mertion. A liberal discount made to those who a lcertise by the year. dj-.Yi subscribers lake for a thortcr period that lit months. erJSjptperdlscinlhtufd until all arrearage! are paid, unless at the option of the editors. tiy.ill cornnnriculians, to insure utlcntior.t must came f ee if postags.. T.IKUl'lllLUIt L. DICKEY. 00 HUH I. riH.irit. Dickey & roller, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, ornn, nis. Olfi.-eoti the eal sido of tha Public Sqnsrc, betweri thn Mansion Home ami City Unti l, in thr r to n fornerly occupied uila.) ullice by Mi)4ra. Karwell V 1 1 1 1 . Olttn, Dec...

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. — 7 February 1845

TT. VOL. V. NO. 34. BY UISE & 03 MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, IC15. Tax SaSc. I 1ST OF LANDS, ami other real ea!ate, aiiuated i the A county of 1. Solle, and state of Illinoia, nil which lain remain Jus anj unpaid for the jcar 1814. i t " a. m a, -T3 Namei of prcaent owner. iN'ainea of piercul owners. Namrn ef present uwnrrrf Nams if -r?4cnt OWlll'l J3 SuW.'.Tiniun. o f I 2 - 5 THIO r Namea of preieot owner. Subdivision. II Merrit 10 nc sc nc Unknown 40 eli ne do 30 in wli eh no da 40 n!) wh ne t!o 320 sh John Tilson jr 80 ch sw q do SO wh sw q Unknown 93 wh nc q WB Walker 91 wh nw q John Til&on jr 80eseeq do 80 w h te q Unknown 7 in wh nc q 2 3 4 i 5 0 WB Walker 70 eh nw q Unknown 80 wh nc q 11 do docli ne q do do do ch sw p do do do eh ne q 12 do 30 in sli eh n w do do do in nil eh n w do AJWeBtkotIiers20u. q whnw do C R Poller - do do do Miss I.ylc C It Poller Stanley Hatch Unknown do do do do do do do do : do E Chancy do . Unknown L Bailey do Stanley Hutch ...

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. — 7 February 1845

tssa Nam of prate t OWJCie e o A Woodruff M 0 KuberU , 4a ' ' Jonathan Knot I Feriieou Unknown 1 Olm-laaJ J II HenJcraon Jj Unknown DOiuiattl tit co:nin Un'uiown ila d do c k .'''' 4D ill wb. 172.2 J nw 6!aw 23 tU ne 9 wh lie " 43.37 in wh na w IS in cli nw f 5 in wb pw 6 .n cb u 4Jah wh 31 nh wh 80 eb iw il i wh aw 72 S3 in ch Dt fcl.SG b t.e 8 J ch " il l wh re dull t do wh a.t SubJivUIon f c -2 ' I " 57. $ 3d 31 3 160 1 35 3 662 1120 . 84 43 J II Iielc:a n IG? 57 no IN'alha'i Vuun'iia i 40 of ao 1 18.7 C 05 - 7 81 58 6 31 5 303.59 2 25 476 3 5 1 4")3 3 JsD 7 1)00 7 100 1 12 130 1 (0 5 t0 ) 4 1j C .1 1 201 41 2 ft 31) 2 7 I 320 2 37 4 tit .!.. r:o 2 27 4 .' 2 3M I 0 1 12 is. Namee of fir. sent t Subdivision 15 c It Xt Wil y Unknown Ii Solomon WuM.-n J no Kiot J II H"i) luMon ill A Vvi't J U Murray do K 7. Alien I) Uirl.tr K 1'crVy do d J W frOiydcr do Unknown (1 do da Willet Terry Unknown do )I Sluvcr Unknown d Win M union do Unknown A D;ivi N W Woodruff do do Unknown b.il iiiioii...

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. — 7 February 1845

:s Hays rfddi'iun to Fern. Owner unknown. Lot nik Val Sets rri SubDivision of 10 acre lot M. 6. i. 16, T. 33, N. R. I.E. 31 1. M. Owner unknown. LU 01k Val S cts m 5 21 15 111 3 0 oil a t 4 do d do do do do do do do 21 do 5 de 0 do 10 do 11 do 12 do 13 do 11 G 12 do do do do do" do do do do do 25 27 do do do do do do do do do TOH'X 01' UOMKK On ihe nw q of S. 33, T. 35, N. K. I, E. 3 1 1. " Unknown 12 43 2 do 2 do do 3 do do 4 do do ch 5 do . do 0 do do 7 do do cli S do do 13 do do 2 do J D Wixom 4 do do eh 6 1.50 1 do ch 7 do Unknown 3 8 3 2 Mr Phelps 5 do Unknown 7 do do 8. do Mr Phelps 10 do Unknown 19 do do 2 do do 3 do do G do do 1 10 do It II Wixom 8 do Mr Phelps 1 12 do Unknown 3 do do 4 do do 5 do do C do do 7 do do 10 do do 2 13 do do 3 do do 4 do do 5 do do 6 do do 7 do Mr Phelps 2 1G do J D Wixom G 40 28 Unknown 7 3 2 CIIGilman 1 18 50 35 do 4 do do 5 3 2 do 8 do Unknown 1 20 do do 4 do do 5 . do TOttiN OF MAKSUU.I.ES", 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 On the bIi ch so n S. T3, 'I'. 33, N. ...

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. — 7 February 1845

!. 1 Cabinet ud Chair Manufactory. THE undersigned having en tend into co-partnership in . tbi manufacture of CHAIRS nd CABINET WARE, beg leave to an nounce to their friend and the ipoblicin general, that they have constantly on hand and ready fur late, at dtIcci to auit the r"'''! I " ' 'times, at thoir shoo on Labia le treel. iu thia place, every variety of articles in their line of business, including bureaus, Tahiti, Stands, Bedsteads, with every variety ol Chaus,kII orwhTch they are anxious and ready to sell to those who may favor them with'thcir patronage. , All kinds of furni lurc rrnde to order, on (he shortest notice. The subscriber flatter themrelrcs. that tlmse wishing 10 porrliaa article in their Inn of t.tisi nesacanbe accommodated at their simp, at- well a at any place iu lifts section oi li t- siMi. , -warren moore, . Osgood cole. Ottawa, June 17, 134-. 3--tf. . NEW GOODS. frTMlE subscribers arc now rcnivirg a comjdete ami vi!I stlcclcd assert. meat of ' Fall n:i;l Wi...

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. — 14 February 1845

HMOTT. FRIfT MBit, : ' . TWO DOLLARS 1ER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. .;' BY HISE & OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1045, VOL.V. NO. 35. Ton Till OTTAWA FItl.K TIIAIIKR. nrfirrliom n( Ibe Tomb of a Frirnil. And tliou urtgonc! pmp, never to r turn : (lone, ai the day-spring of our rarly primr;. lionc, a ihe liulible tirnkrn on the iullnw ; lor; Gone, at the (lowers, plucked ly the hand nf win Or n the sunbeam of mime jexterdrty. ' Dut where art l!iru! our. searching lliuughtK would know, U could wo pint ti io veil that darkly listing And separates us from u future ivurkl, And ga.a upon.thu great reality, . ' And know how, where, and wlmt we then shall be i What j )y and sorrows tiro in nlore fur us ; Or how connected with our prevent state. ; Our duties thence infer, our prospects learn. These things the worldly wise huve never known, though searching oft and long j fur, since the birth Of man high, nnblo, heaven npirmg ma HU thoughts have turned within to learn himse...

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. — 14 February 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AN'D EQUALITY." lRKEJAl) Ottawa, 111., riitSoy, I brutj I t, I -13. ITIlrkinu hie on I or. Gen. Okss 1.J3 besa elided to the U. S. senile from Michigan for nix years from thu -lih of Match next, in the place of the II on. A. ts. I'm ter, whoie term expire tit that time. Ktvr I'lmi 10 V.ty the Smle IHbt. Tho Alton Telegraph gives ilia details nf an entirely new plan, suggested hy a citizen of Ma dison county, for the extinguishment of our pub lic indebtedness. It is I rictly as followa : It is estimated that there are 20,000,0')0 of acres of un improved and unincumbered land in tho Htale. Tho plan proposes that the owners of this land shall cede one-fourth of it, or 5,00v),(i00 u ri", to t!ic lati;, which it is thought will bo ah!-' to mil it at ?3 per acre, in stale in Ji btcdncss. As a rc IDuncritiori lo tho Jximr-', it is proposed lo c e npt the rest of their land from taxulion f. r iwcn ty or twenty-five "ears, in consideration of which it lit tho...

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. — 14 February 1845

T II E O T T A W A F R E E T R A DE R. Smartness. A specimen of t! pecu liar quality called smartness' is given in a Southern paper.. A. fellow landed at Mobile, took a horse from the rack at the landing, rode up to a mill in the neigh borhood, traded him oil for another horse and $25 ;took the last obtained horse back lo the rack from which lie had taken the first, left him and stepped on board the same steamboat he had just left, and was soon on his way to the Crescent ci ty. The owners of the two horses meet ing shortly after, the matter was explain ed. This was an instance of trading on lorr&oed capital and making profit out of the exchange. Good. Punch says that the 1 0 A In dians now exhibiting in London are an 'lonestcr race and not to be confounded with the I O U's who arc natives of Penn sylvania, and bear a very opposite char acter. .'7i American Hull on an Iriuli 'Sub ject. 'The Common Council of New York propose as a means of "keeping foreigners from coining. to that...

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. — 14 February 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. TIIETREETUADEK. J8H. BISE & WILLIAM OSJIA.N. Lt'tHe ttr'tl, one dor from the norlh-wett itrtef of tht Public Sjuarr. naxi : Toi lilltrt per a mum, if paid in udminet,. TtO d lt.tr, nut ffy cents if paid within ii'j n m'.li i and litre dJlurs if delayed until the end tfthe year. A h'rtUemmh inserted at 1 1 per square for the tint insertion, nnd 25 cents for each snlnfipttit ixer'.ion. A liberal dicmnl made to those who ajjrrliie by the yt.ar. (Tj.V( tu'iwiberi taken fir a nhorter period 'Vjn six months. X?St ppr ilsvtnlin-itd until all urrtartign we paid, uiilai at the option of the td.luri. ifj-A'i eo n I t iiriitiims, to insure at!eutinni in .if come free if pontiles. B1S1M.SS C ill IIS. t4 K'iritl LCD L. lit'. KKT. riKOIUIS S. riHill II. Dickey & rili'r, .1it)rncyi an I C'oitnxrflors at Lau-, OIT.Wl, Ills. O li:o or tha east silti of tho Public Square, bet eii tho Minsixi H itie aoJ City Holt I, in I'irriMK f ir n 'r'y nceiijiicj us a la v nli'ieo b...

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. — 21 February 1845

THE OTTAWA TEABIl; TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUAL PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY HISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1845. VOL. V. NO. 36. mm From Chamber's Edinlmrg Journal What I do iu t-uar of Act'iilt'u I. IIKOKEN L1.MI1S. There are fov accidents more frequent, or more distressing in their results, than ihose arising from fracture.l bones ; and none in which the attempts at relief afforded by bystanders are fraught with greater danger to the patient. When a person is seen to fall prostrate, the first impulse of the crowd is to raise him up, without stopping to inquire the nature or extent of the accident, and totally over looking the fact, that the ltcumbant po sition is the one chosen by nature as best ( adapted for the sick, the weary, and the infirm as the only position in which they can enjoy perfect, rest, without the exercise of any muscular effort. In Un case of fracture of any part of the lower extremity, moving the patient from the , horizontal position is product...

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. — 21 February 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. !. w - J v;i,.j "justice a:;3 EQUALITY." THE FllEE Til A DEI I. Ottawa, III., I'lido j, Ftn.ij iU l"45. rno.M spMNi.nixD. I'erit .pontli ucr f ibc Hit Tnuter. t'cuiNonn-n, Fib. 13, ISio. Th! morniiij lhe Louie by unanimous W.e ml ill senolc ly a vote i f iti 10 1 I pv-s d ir -luii.ms ad n'tHir;; (iov. Ford, ix-linci'ior Davis, end Mr. Lravilt In m at will. in t: b.ir f respective hou.ee. '1 Li court, y one wocisup - p would have Wet ts .-n le I without - Tr"" - '"; Lut ir.e-i.bei ifiLe s.-nale Lad l" b- Jeer, nrini a. a rtn.'ii tliil t!iey did te t i Ij overused ! fi;itn.l. i;i tlic Jin" ir; ui i.o w dulirt; wltitli. ta ny Ifie lit of u. Ji nol ". . ,.;; fJf ti,c jnyiiicnl of i;ilcret. m. d jt llu n.le COinTli i.t-i.Urr i. lLo iiitegiity und lirn.iu-.j oJ . ( j8 , .,,,; Lilt; olLei wino r.n i.led by tlir tnuliii. u.'.J lent 1 f !l U lhM- !:.. ol.jei!.d. W6-,'lu. V011 will n.Htrc ll.at ll.f b..n.limld t) SjtutihT bil wji j.a.e.l by boiL Loum. , rrinallf nt jne...

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. — 21 February 1845

Mr. .Tlrtieraaod'a Report. It it difficult to select passages from this report every part of which tee on with fact which must trike every candid mind it iusupcmhle ia favor of the completion of the canul at almost any sa criCce ; but i Mine of the member of our legis liture have attempted to underrate .thi wcrli al leging that there nill bevrry little trade t pass li rough it, we subjoin a few paragraphs from the report on this head which show but one or two out of the many source the report enumerates, from which trade is expected to fl-iw through thin channel. The area of the eleven new State Jone is 545,000 square miles, inhabited ly 6, 570,972 people. England, Irs land, Scot land, and Wales ate estimated to contain 320,000 square miles, and a population of 27,000,000. Now, according to this ratio, the new biates of the west would support a population of 1:22, 'V23, 000. Sucli an amount of population will fur nish some data upon which the produc tion and consumption of the new S...

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. — 21 February 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER TillJ FJIEE TKADEU XjLlsiiktl WItlll ''t ' 'J.K1.N U(S2 L WILLIAM OSJIAN, Laulit tired, one. Jor fn.m tht north-vat corner of the Public Sjuure 7 Utrs per annua, if paid " aacaucr. . i a i en .. .... i. ;f T.ind within sue i.r wjiurs ii it -i jij. ij kiii'i -j r . . . '.', t .. and thrc dollars if delayed until the end tftucycur. AJvcrUiemtntt inierted at 1 per square for ''' tint insertion, and 23 eenti fur each subsequent nieriion. A liberal dicuunt made tu those who ul:trliit ly the i,ear. ZySt su'iicribcrt lukai for a shorter period i'i i,l six month. JSip t? -rdlwntinud until nil arrearage urepuiJ, unit at the option if the editors. CjA.'l cjnn:t'ticutioH, tu insure uttatliun, in lit cm .if fire of postage. lilSI.KSS CUIUS. rat ii'ui tf l.iuckkt. uKoiiuiis.nsm.il. AlUtneys aal Councilors ul Law, OTTAWA. Ills. O.n e Oil tho ei-l side of tho Public Square. bst.viK-a I i.i .M.inijii ll'ue wiJ (.litjr Hiel, in t i r k fir ii -rlv occiiiiieJ us law ollico l' M...

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. — 28 February 1845

te mm TOMEfc 1LM VH.JL JLilL VVXV TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY I1ISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, F LI II) AY, FIillUAllY 25, VOL. V. XO. 37. From tlie Si. l.oui Kcvcille. tVntloniil Knit Hand. COS SKCTIXO HIK ATLANTIC A. II riCIITIC. The memorial of M. Wl.imey, which lias, been presented to (,ngrcs on the subject of connecting the Atlantic w ith the Pacific ocean, contains many valuable and important suggestions, which in our present relations with China will doubt less receive the gravo consideration of the members cf both Houses cf Con gtess. Mr. Whituny first directs attention to the fact, that all the st ites east and north of the Potomac connect directly with the waters of the great lakes ; that there is a chain of railroad, now in projection from New York to the southern shore of Lake Michigan, crossing all the veins of com munication to the ocean through all the 6tates soutli of the Ohio river ; and then goes on to stale, that he has paid great attention ...

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. — 28 February 1845

TH E OTTAWA FREE TRADER. i)zr" ha! wir.uvj it fur bin;" aiJ other ii.' ware urJdy- 'bit Sextan ' .. ' Had l'ie :nI mot ? Tim. mot the a of 3a.lu.iin !" Baton o ic p int all a.i.roi-J Urn thcc-anal ""J . . .. . 11 .1 .. : .1 . i IN lS uiU r uU up. ' ani t.ie i mi-i.uuh. .ilil as welt adf-iurrl and go ho.nc there III UJO attempting l le.-i.t uc!i clo-l'ieaee. What' ilia price of putty 1 V. '("-.- i i v - "jj;t!CE a::d crJ.VulTY." THE FllEK T!?ADE!J. m:Tj, 111., Tii.Ia), I'. Ltu .17 -T, t'ri?oiu!( mr til' ike l'i- Tim'.tr. ir-.'iiiM.rii::.:., I'V!., VJ, Hlj The bill in r'U'i ; t I'.ys a j.,.ili..n f tnlercftt 011 1!. v j'u i.ic Ji jl a:.l l '( Ihe t 11 i I ; , j : 1 ! uf the ennui cu.ne u;i ;!.. t::.in.:. s. "i '1 '- u l,t' ' r 1 U:" ifce i""''- fuiwinn vvj i.ii t'u: ai..i r.'! i,f..t tf Vr. !:.'.. i.f ; I' vir, i.n, I'uW, Hhith r.roii.'iJ that in the b""'- '' ' 1 ' 15 J holJer iffu.e to a.!. anro lho fU.vO.tW l..r thuj i'l. bi'.l f.r t!io i:.yiui'i.t ,.( .uili.Mi of coiuJjSi tioii ti ...

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. — 28 February 1845

Dcalrncllrc Pir lu New York. The .Tribune Jiuillings Consumed " J2 mount of Properly Dcslfoyed.' We learn from the New Yirk Herald that at about 4 o'clock on Wednesday illuming ft terrible tire was discovered to be raging in the block of building occu pied as the Tribune printing establish ment, corner of Spruce and Nassau streets. Evry eflort was made by the fire cni- jrauica iu mnui Hie ',olnJi v ICIlll. II l, uuli lo no purpose, and in the course of a con- pie of hours after llie notice of ihe first i . i ! Maze, tho Tribune newspiper concern, trie periodical depot of Mr. W. II. Gra ham, the bookseller and stmioiuMs estab lishment of Jansen &J)ell, the liquor store occupied by Mr. Kenedy, and the German establishment of the Deutsche Schncllposl a German journal publish ed in this eily for the last three year, with a large stock of books, fce." were totally consumed with nil they contained. Mr. Graham lost not only his stock, but 8100 in cash and his g.dd watch, and narrowly e...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 28 February 1845

THE OTTAWA FllEE TRADER. J- TJ!E FJIKE TltAUEU. jm UiSE i WILUAH OSMN, Ltullt strut, ' J '"" lht ''I'l-icot - tJi-tUfoflLtl'u'uhi.Sjuan. TiUjUuriptra-MH, if pM " nJ''an"1 Tm ddUr, a , I fifincmh if ,miJ vdhin mnlht, and three dullir IfJthy'J until thr Mc jyeor. . A Ixrtiummh fowled at f I per tVm-if,r ' '. 4Wf ,WA". Si cent fur tack .wp"" Btf,;,Vt. AtM,-ulj:c .l m-idtl thou u.'io ulotrtlscly the year. (EJ-.Y, ,',c,i!:rt li'tai fit a Wer pern i ii x mnntha. r',ptptrj:urt:l:Kd until nil arrearage wt pit, U'Hen ai i iy -j In in, lire ultciitluu. m i con ftt nfpo-tngr. lit sivtss c iitns. T.i.jiiilLt t. nicntr. ihoiu.n . rimiui. DlrUcy X richer, Alloriitiji mil CouiidloM at .'tw, OTfWW, Ills. O.n:on iKt tiit tiil i uf t!" Ujt-en tUo Minim Jl .j mid 1'ity .el, in llir.iiu fifiierly occuitJ mU ollico hv , Mjhc. r urweii v ii.ui. Ottin. Hue. I, 21-if JOIII V.A.HOEII. AIHHIU.M HUH. J. V. .1. & A. IIo s Alt rntjt i i an I C Mwll'iri ul l,'t v uul o uu tluri ill C. 'fin etri. 0.3:ao!ith n...

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. — 7 March 1845

PBQBOTT. fill TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY HISE & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1315. VOL. V. NO. 38. AWA From thCinrinnvti Uuzultc. OLD BKUUN IOU. Thrre is on old brown dop, That roams about our struetH, But no one known from whence ha came, Or where bo eats or sleeps, llii name hii rure bin business here, Are bullion in a fog, Thore seems to be a invnterv About that old brown dog. lie often haunts the post oilier, . : Hie letter never cmnen lie often visits I.ouilerback's, Dut buys no sugar plumbs: lie cuMh himsnlf bfido the door Which leads to the Gazette, . But never ask) tbo latest news, Nor seems disposed to but. He dogi no master round, Like most of his degree, Cut through the longest winter day In one lone spot he'll be. And there with head between hia paws - He lies mid snow and rain, As if somo dog-nm wild ami vuguo Perplex'd hi troubled bruin. And oftentimes I stop And gaze, and try to trare The mournful thought that sceifl to flit Across...

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