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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 13 January 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. "Two Dollars a day and Roast Herf AN ACT, Entitled An ct.reghlating tliewlo of property on JudirinenU and Execution. Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the People of the Slate of Illinois, represented tn ...c ml j9...ni. That when any execution, fee bill, or attachment shall ho issued out of the courts of this state, whether of re- cord or not. and shall be levied on any real or personal properly, or both, it shall be ilte duty oi me omeer levying sucn orpriition, to summon three disinter ested house-holders of the vicinity where such property is levied on, one of whom may be chosen by the defendant in execu tion, and one by the plaintiff, the oilier by the officer: Provided, in nil eases, where either or both parties shall fail, refuse or neglect, to make such choice, or in case of a choice, if such appraisers shall fail, refuse or neglect, to make such apprais- inent, then it shall be the duty ol such officer to choose or summon such house holders for them, when th...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 13 January 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, PUBLISH tO WIKKLT Bl joiix iiise & William ossiv Li Suite ifrttt, ont door from the norlh-uat . torntr of t.'ic l'aolic Sjuarc. tihmi: - Two dollar nu J fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; Threo dollars if not paid before the expiration of the first six months; And three d dlars and twenty-five cents if d l ived until the end f tho year. Alveit;sauioiIt-inefteJ at SI per square for Ihe first insertion, ual ccnU for ea. h sub ;iucii; insertion. A liberal discount uudj to those who advertise by the year. J N'i subscribers taken for a nhorter ;crivi than ix months. dj.Sa paper discontinued until ail ar!-vua--s ire paid, unless at the option of the editor. tj All co n nunioatious, to ciuuro ulUntioti. must be post paid. BUS JESS ('LIDS. 6 SO. U. KOIinii. J.Vlki lllllilo k LL. Morris & Klrdsall. Attornies and Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors vi Chancery, OTTAWA, ill. Odico in the now court house, No, 5, .Yoith-east corner 1...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 20 January 1843

THE ELUNOI EE T" AND LASTALLE COUNTY C 0 MM ERCIAL ADVEB T rs E R. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1843. NO. 3 KADEM lO mmt ID JOL From the Forgct-Mo-Not for 1343. THE I'll ESS. UY JiMf.S M0XTGOMKHT, F.S4. The Preu ! what is the Tress ? I cried ; When thu a wornk-rous voice rcilieJ : In me all human knowledge dwells; The oracle of oracles ; l'Rt, nreaent, future, I reveal, Or in oblivion' mIciicc seal: What I preserve can perish never , What I forego is lost forever. I speak all languages ly mo The deaf may hear, the blind may mo, Tho dumb converse, the dead of old Communion with the living hold. All lands arc one beneath my rule, All nation learners in my school; Men of all ages, everywhere, Become cotuinporarics there. What is the Press? 'TU what tho tongue Was to the worlj when Time was vuutij When, by tradition, sire to son Convey 'd whate'er was known or done; li nt fact and fiction so were mix'd. Th...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 20 January 1843

'f TT f "I T T T XT " T O T ril n Tl it f r I ... i r Ii ji o D 'Co iCtt lib siot .V; ,tcr e . !h? - wf - a " -1 , dd J.' ruJ gttc ?ul 1 3 'at' V ie v A," i- ' : n - . From the Democratic Review. ONXBT Tm MrU Tan Itarrn. Fit is! No. thou art not! Rather would I share Thy consciousness of truth, unshrinking trust That light ahall yet be might, and from the dual The poor man'a honest cause arise, than wear The venal honora that the proud prepare For those who serve their craO. and rpinfil lust. Thou dost retire, like him of old. tho Ji r, For crime of too much w-h,and thoti shall be u Home 14 thy quirt farm no e.t-.l.;ul . Each patriot heart shall kep Ihcc m its pr iyer, Believing that the IVopfe e'en in wmhj ' Are honest till, and nobly shall declare Their sense of error, hailing thee ere Ion? aims . Hi.iri.tii. tr.Am inf. K.in.i.. n:iti iiL.iii .... i. ... more atronj. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE THAI) EI. Ottawa, It!., FeM.iT, Jiiini ny -JO, fntint Clill. la another caiu'itii ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 20 January 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER any law of this state, until after the same shall have been, sold ami conveyed by the said trustees as aforosaid. Sec. 14. The said trustees shall proceed to the completion of the said canal in a good substantial and workman-like man ner, so that the same shall, if practicable, bo ready for use and navigation within two years and six months from the time this act goes into operation. The said trustees shall keep a just, full, and accu rate account of all the costs and expendi tures of completing and superintending the said canal, and from the property and as sets granted to them by thi act, and of the amounts received by them under the said loan, and shall annually make a re port to the governor in manner and form specified in the 43d section of the said act of i)th January, 183G. Sec. 13. The said board of trustees shall annually establish a tariff ol tolls to be paid for transportation upon said canal, and are hereby fully authorized and em powered to coll...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 20 January 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. f i l'i - h ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, J(lil HISS & WILLIAM CSMAX, Ln Salts street, wtr door from the north-urd turner of tht Public Sjuaie? Two dollars and ufty cents per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollar it" not paid before the expiration of the first six months; And three dollars and twenty-five cent if delayed until the end ef the year. A Ivctisoment-i iiHert.vl ot ?1 per so.nare for the lint insertion, and 23 ccnO t r each nw!- jijuph; insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. fjr No salHC.-ihar Likou'for a shi.-tcr period than six 1:1. ni tin. (j"jj3 piper diicnitimii'd until all u'rea-a-'os re paid, unless at the option of thu editor. frt llo n n initiations, to tjiMiie attention. must be jiwt paid. i)i:si;:ss cuius. 4SO. U. NO.lidi. i1.t H! Ii IIS l 1. 1.. IVoiris & Iiird:;:lJ. Attornlttt a i l Conanedhrs at Law, and Solicitors in Ulia.iceru, OTTAWA. ILL. Office in tho new court houae, No, ". Xoiih-et.-t corner ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 27 January 1843

THEE ILIIN' 1FREE AND LASALLE COUNTY COMMERCIAL A D V E It T I S E II. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 184:. NO. 34. TRABEM The Lamril f the IrUh Emigrant. BT TBI HOX. MR3. PRICE HLACKWOOE. I'm aitling on the stilo, Mary, Wliern we sat side by hide, On a bright May morning, lung ago, When first you wero my bride. The corn was springing fresh and green, And the lark sarir loud and high, And the red was on your lip, Mary, And tho lovo-light iu your eye. The place is litllo changed, Mury, The day as bright an then ; The lark'a loud song is in my ear. And the coin is green again ! Dut 1 miss the soft clasp of your hand, And your kiss warm on my cheek. And I still keep lisl'ning for the words You uover more may speak. Tis hut a step down yonder lane, And the lilt te church stand near. The chureh where we were wed, Mary, I see the spire from here; Dut the grave-yard lira heiw en, Mary, And my step inintit break ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 27 January 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. The storm was loud before the Mast Our gallant bark wsi driven : Their foairJnsr crests the billow reared, ' AnJ not one friendly star appeared, Through all the vaults of heaven. Yet, JuntleM still the stcerman stood, Ami gazed without a sigh, Whete, poised on needle briut and slim, And lighted by a lantern iliin. The compass meet Li eye. Thence taught hi darksome course to steer, He breathed no wish for day ; Hut braved the whirlwind' headlong might, .. Nor once, throughout the dismal lii0:it, To fear or douht gave way. And what is oft the Christian's life, Uut storms a dark and drear. Through which, without one blithesome ray Of worldly bliss to cheer hi way, lie umsl hi vessel steer. Vet, let him ne'er to sorrow yield, For, in the acrcd pap, A compass thine, divinely true. And, aelf-illumiiicd, greet his view Amid the tempest rage. Then, firmly let him Rrasp the helm, Though loud the billow roar, And soon, hi toil and troubles p -t, Hi anchor he ahull sa...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 27 January 1843

THE' ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. From the Globe. The IltiaoU Mcnalor. The election of Judge Brcese to the senate of the United Slates from Illinois, has been announced bv the press of the administration as a matter through which a schism misht be introduced into the de " . 1 mocratic party. It seems that the present powers, having seceded from winery, would be happy to have seccders from any oilier party to join them. If they could only gel the party lines, traced by diversity of political principle, obliterated, have all who adhere to the faith founded on principle abjured as ultras, and estab lish a comfortable half way house, where all could meet and regale themselves who looked to government as merely the dis pcnser of loaves and fishes, it is quite pos sible the administration might make a par ly. And nothing, surely, could contribute more to the success of such a scheme, than dissension in the Democratic ranks, lend ing lo divert it from the pursuit of the public interes t, for the ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 27 January 1843

-M .1 . - III llllllliif . THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 4 TV i I'v ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, ' rumiHiD wtitu ar JOItf HISE fc WILLIlffl 0S11AN, La SJte ttreet, one door from the north-wttf corner of Ihe Public Spiure. TIUNIl Two dollars ami fifty cents per annum, if paid In advance; Three dollar if not paid before the etpiration of the first six months; And three dollars anil twenty-five cents if delayed until the end f the year. Advertisement inserted at SI per square for the 5nt insertion, anJ 23 cent for each mib laquen; insertion. A liberal discount mado to tiose who advertise by the year. No subicribers taken for a shorter period than six months. (JXo paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of ihe editors. fjCjAIIcomiiunications, to eiifurc attention, trust be post paid. BUSINESS CARDS. 10. II. KORUIS. JMfcS III II H AIL. IVorrit V Kitls:13. Attornies and Counsellors at Law, ami Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA. II-!.. Office in the new court house, No, 5,...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 3 February 1843

r THE ELUNOI DEM. AND L A S A L L E C 0 U N T Y COM M E It C I A L A I) V.E,R TISER. , . i.'J '' OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY', FEBRUARY 3, 1843. NO. 35. Q-mmmm "oirD "oiti nrntu a roil THK ILLINOIS FUKK TBllll'.ll. Cnunl Connuimioner MorriV Report. Matxr. E l. tors The report of ths cornmU-inn-era of the Illinois and Michigan canal has at last reacheJ ua at least the report of Mr. Morris, (Jen Fry refusing ti subscribe to the doctrine therein aet forth. It in imlecil humiliating, when we reflect upon the absence of all unity of action which, during the hut year, has been tho great and leading clia .racteriotic of thii board. In reading ovr tho report submitted by Mr. Morris, I find many passnjea in which, it forcibly trikea me, he labours to produce false impressiuns, and which will, no doubt, have the desired elect : Among the member of tho legislature who are not personally acquainted with the facts. I ennnot ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 3 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS Fit EE TRADER. f ill- vl: I I: V. -X j n " 4 vr TUB WIIXTKK IIKAKTM. The iiummcr Jay is bright and lourr, With beaming sun and azure ky ; Ricl in varietica of sonif, And flowere that lure the otierfly ; Yet it h not the heart li lt mirth, Which flow around lite Winter Hearth. The world hrmirtany seeming joye, That tempt the truant hei-.rt to muni, Dut it chill hreath the drca n desire, And turns it hark aniri to home. There aie no dearer tit s 'i earili. Than meet around the Winter Hearth. There, kindred nouls arc "hiwimj rie-ir. And kindred ainilee are fondly civt-n, 'J'hoy georn o bright when nil Jrvnr, They raise the grateful lieut l. II.mvv.ii ; And holy is the 6inide mirth. Which uw around the Winter Ilemih. . I XL??. I "JUSTICE m EQUALITY." THE FfiEE TKADEK. Oil-lira, lit., Fcliliy, I'l'taniarj Ii t$ JTBoat flJ!lr'uin;i Oitiihtiht. On Saturday ni'iiiri'J I.nt a most melancholy affair took place on Indian Creek, uhout lii miles north of til ill place, between Janus...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 3 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Manil Reform iTloTcaacat. These societies re actively engaged in New York in getting names to petition for the sup pression of seduction and adultery, and tho tables of the members at Albany are crowded with them. AT. VI,or,.,nA,l in nrpsentinflT one Of those seductive petitions from 1 17 ladies from the town of Hamilton, in Madison county, took occasion to remark, that the petitioners must be mistaken as to the venue of the grievance of which they com plained. He sa'll l'icre was at l'ial P'ace a theological seminary for the purpose of preparing young gentlemen for the minis try, and he thought it impossible that the evil complained of should exist there ; but inasmuch as these ladies probably knew more about the f.iet than lie did, he complied with their request and presen ted their petition. Really, if these ladies knew how ridiculous all this makes them appear, they would not be so ambitious of sending their names to the Legislature in connection with t...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 3 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 6 ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, rvatiaatB wickit at sm nisE k villus ossaj, La Salle ttrett, one dxr from the north-west earner of the Public Siia e. terms: Two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid la advance; Three dollars if not paiJ before the expiration of the first ix months; And three dollars and twenty-live ceuU if delayed until the end f the year. Advertisement! inserted at $1 per square for the Srit inwtion, and 25 cent for each sub lequen; insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. No subscribers taken for a shartcr psriod than six innnths. (jMo pipor discontinued until all arrearages tra paid, unless at the option of the editors. (jfj All join n uiicatioiis, to ensure attention, roust be pout pnid. DCiiXESS CUIUS. 10. fl. WOK KM. BIBUSiLl. Norris & Hi nival!. Atlornies an I Counsellors at Law, ami Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA. II. I-. Office in tho new court house, No, 5, Noith-east corner room. TUKOrHILCS L. 1)11 ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 10 February 1843

FREE TRABEEi. AND LASALLE COUNTY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, OUR COUNTR Y H E R COMMERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1813. NO. 36. T b Democratic Party f llliuoie. Fellow-Citizens : III the short appeal which I propose to make to your candor and juslic, as republicans and honorable men, I trust that you will helieve nic when I say that I am actuated by no feeling of resentment, arising out of disappointed ; ambition, fir not having been re-elected to the Senate of the United States ; but simply and purely desire to perform an act of justice in myself, as well as to my friends, both in and out of the legislature, who were kind enough, in my absence, to support me on that occasion, by vindi cating my political reputation against un merited reproach, and against unfounded misrepresentations, which. 1 am informed, were industriously circulated against me by persons professing to belong to the democratic party, just before that election. How f...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 10 February 1843

1 ' THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Ho ha gone to tbe grave wo sod hint no more, Hit labor, and trials, and sorrow are ended : The loss of the good wo mutt ever deplore, Hut our errief fur his to. is with thankfulness MendcJ; ' ' : , ' For we kaow he has gone to the land of blest. Where the wicked come not and tho weary liuJ rest. lte has gone t the grave "to that peaceful retreat, Where millions unnumbered r quietly sleep ing. The rest of the grave to tho righteous is sweet. For angel forever are watchfully ke'iin The doors of the lomb, till the sluiiihi-iing Just Shall awake to receive tho reward of llio yi'l. Tby have laid him to steep on the bosom of earth, Dot his aoul U not there it has broken ils pri Unfettered and free it in wandering forth, f mm To the mansions of glory hi pii it h i ris.-n. lie has gine to receive hi eternal rowurd, In the mansionsof real f r Hie ri.;!iteous prepared. O ! sweet 13 tho hrtur of the spirit's rrdea-io in? ; ." Fro.n the wearisome wi ri.l nfslietion...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 10 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ,. Two It-llar Cva-let-felt -itdln-n UilU. These counterfeits arc shorter and narrower than the genuine bills ; the counterfeits being but six and one-fourth inches long ; the genuine ones an J twos ore six and one-huf inches in length. The counterfeit is also narrower by the margin line, than the genuine. The pub lic are cautioned to measure all cur two dollar bills presented, as the counterfoils are well calculated to deceive. The number, also, will furnish means of detection. In all the twos issued by the bank, it will be found that (except the first one thousand issued at the Indiana napolis Branch, front one to one thou sand) the right hand, or State Bank num ber, always exceeds tho left hand, or Branch number ; and the left hand num ber is always in thfl same hundreds and termination with the right hand number ; but not in the same thousands. No two dollar bill is genuine, purporting to be on the Michigan City Branch, (with which Branch so far as seen...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 10 February 1843

T H E I L E I N O I S F R E E I TRAD E It . ILLINOIS F5EE TRADER, ruausata wKKtT T ; ' BISE k WllLUS 0SSA5, , La Soils street, nit djor from the north-wot turner if the Public Sjuare. ' '. . . . Ttiiti: .. . Two dollars and fifty cent per annum, if paid In advance; Three dollar ir not paid before the expiration of tho first six u.Jaths; And throe .1.11 I ... . r:. jmi if il.'ljvcl until u .Hi n rm SHU iwBi"i4t vmwp i!m pml f the rear. ' Advertisement inserted at $ I per square for la fir it insertion, ana S3 cent ur cacn u i xiuon', insertion. A liberal discount made to t 1i.ua who advertise bv the year. No subscriber taken for a shorter period than six months. (J".Vj paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at tho option of the editors, rfj AUeoromuiucations, to ensure attention. must oe post paiu. mw CARDS. 0. U. XO.-IUIS. JAM Ik MiailSALL. , IVorri V Ciil:n. .lltornies and Counsellors at Luw, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL. O.Tico in the new court house, ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 17 February 1843

-' fTR TTTT A N D L A S ALL E COU N T Y C O M M E R C I A L A D V E R T I S E R, 7' OUR COUNTRY HER C O.M MERC E A NDHERFREEINST IT UTIONS r.7 VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1843. NO. 37. TT71 TTIT n Tr!rlT33 LEU Jill. JJ-JJ-J-U-ILXM -U-k? ' TE.1IPEBANCE TALE. ' ' BY S. T. ARTHUR. 1 I want a quarter of a dollar, Jane. : J This was addressed by a miserable crea ture,1 bloated and disfigured by intemper ance, to a woman, whose thin pale face, and heart-broken look, told but too plain ly that she was the drunkard's wife. 1 Not' a quarter of a dollar, John ? Surely you will not waste a quartei of a dollar of my hard earnings, when you know that I can scarcely get food and de cent clothing for the children !' 4 As the" wife said this, she looked up into her husband's face with a sad, appeal ing expression. . I must have a quarter, Jane,' was the firm reply. " O John, remember our little ones. The cold weather will soon be here, and I have not yet been able to get shoes....

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 17 February 1843

-. If.. THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t iT d " e V ci, ' u.'"' ci VI, th w c:. 10, Ft th Fi 1 lis iru M : - t fr'w for -T' -an) and ; . i f ; 1 for there vti no one to whom ehe could Ull her troubles and disappointment, with . even the most feeble hope of a word of f Dnowrt.- Mechanically the proceeded to . set the table, and serve up the last portion cf food that remained. A loaf of bread and a few slices of cold meat, made up her little store. As they wcro all about drawinz up to the table, there was a loud knock at the door, which Mr. Jarvis im mediately answered. " Docs Mr. Jarvis lire here!' asked ! rough voice. Yes, sir was the reply. ,r 'Well, here is a barrel of flour and some -groceries f,,r Mm. Shall I bring thcin in ,; here, ma'am !' . Thero mutt be soma mistake, sir. They do not belong here. We have bought nojiarrel of flour or groceries.' ' Is not ill ii Mr. Jama' ?' Yes.' And number 40 T Yes.' Then this is the place, fir that was the ., direction given me.' ' Yes, this is ...

Publication Title: Illinois Free Trader And Lasalle County Commercial Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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