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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 1 August 1845

TH E OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Asacrlcaa t'bnracirr. Neal, in tlie cliii-cliat of his 'Saturday Gazette,' speaks as follows of ihe energy and originality of American: The American of Alleghauia or Yan keedoodledoiu tlial restless wiry man, balancing himself upon two legs of his chair, his straw hat turned up behind, and with hia petal extremities loo far through his pantaloons, as he hacks the table wiili a keen edged knife has a trait the re sult doubilctis of his parentage the con fluence of the energetic and enterprising of all nations, nourished into luxuriance by the c fleet of institutions a trait which distinguishes liim from oilier people. Observe now, as lie lodges his heels high er than his head. Miould you rrarnp him by precedent, or shackle his action by (lie control of rulT Not a moment will elapse before his 1 1 nibs may be wreathed into n new attitude more outrk than uny which ingenuity lias yet devised. His legs arc dangling as human leg, perhaps never dangled before he si...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. 7 1 1 -1 i f. , . r ) V 'V 1 '. . J THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. rUBLIfHEO WEEKLY BT . ; johj eise i tmu.i.1 ossi.v La SaUt street, one door from the north west timer of the public square. ti: Two Dji-txns per annum, if paiJ in advsn-e; Tw DiutM Afin s-uti tu if paid within ait manthf ; anil Tnaxs D.fciBa if delayed un 11 the cnJ of the year. Advertisements inserteJ al $1 per square for the first insertion, ant 25 cents fur each subse quent Insertion. A liberal discount mado to those who advertise by the year. ptper discontinued until all arrearages re paid, unlet at the option of the editors. (TjOainnutitcaliouv to injure attention, must always be free of postage and accompanied with BUSINESS CARDS. M. E. HOLLISTER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, , AND 'JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. Office No. 3 Court Home, opposite lb Circul. Court Clerk's oince. tif TUEOFUILVS t. DICKEV. OEO. 8. FISHER. , RICKEY & FISHER, ' Attorneys and Counselors at Law...

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 August 1845

Pill" J H7! A 1 11 111 y rum ADEBL TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. liV msi: & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST J), 1815. VOL. VI. NO. 7. (. I OU1II I.Vl'O TI.; lol'Mia," (io furtli into tlio country, 1'ruw a world of euro unJ guile; lii) forth to unlaiNlril uir, An.l tho b u ii .lii lie's oH'ii smilu. It shall clear tliy clouded brow, It uhull looso tlio worldly coil Tliut binds tliy heart loo closely up, Thou man of euro unJ toil! (io fmth into tho country. Where e,l idsome tight un KminiM Make t'.ii' heart's pulses tliriil an J leap Willi fioshcr, ijuicker bound. They blui!l w.ika Irish I if,' within Tlio mind's enchanted howrr ; lio, student of tho midnight lump, AnJ try their magic power! (!o forth into tho country, With it songs tif hii jij.y l.irJj, 1 la fertile vales, ils grassy hi!-, Alive with flocks an J herdj, Against the power of sadness Is it mufjic all arrayed ; (Jo forth, on J dream no id Io d.cains, Oh, visionary uiaiJ ! (io forth into the coun...

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 August 1845

"JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." TITE FREE TRADEli. OlliTa,lll.,Frl.lay,Auiil 8, IMS. 1 ho Klrctiuu. Ciiabit II. Cilm, llio democratic nomi nee, "u undoubtedly elected county commissioner, anJ L. Lilano school commissioner, by hand somo majorities, though all llio returns huvo n l vet como in. The race was closest bctwcin the abolitionists and whigs, and it is yet harJ lo till which beat. In Grundy county wo learn Ilia! Jacob Clay, poal has been il.'ctcd county commissioner, anJ Thomas O'Sullivan school commissioner. Ceo. Vally ami .Mr. O'Sullivau were the n iiunccs of the convention. In Kendall county they ha J a very animated contest for county teat. Muro than a dozen of points wore voted for, and there can be no choice until one poiut get a majority of all the votes given, which leaves an opening for consi derable voting probably before the question in fi nally settled. Wo will try and give Iho votes cast for the difforent localities in our next. J. W. Chapman, of Oswego, democrat, has be...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. V I'slitcur.s flho Mi-xlcna llilcvcs. The Union, correcting a report in some Southern paper to the effect that tlic Mex ican robbers had treated the reprcsenta lives of Ureal Britain and the Unitcil Stale rather harslily when they weie waybill, says that these robbers are very polite, and would scorn to treat a gentle man with severity. They only want his money that's nil ! which they t;ikc with great kindness and cordiality. The Union proceeds to give this account from the life of (Governor Shannon : 'Tho scene of his interview with them, was some leagues cast of the city of Fuc bla, where the road, not wide enough for two eoaches to pass, runs for a quarter of a mile through a barracanca, or ravine, cut like a canal with perpendicular sides. The stage was accompanied by an escort, furnished him by the Mexican govern ment. Hut a few moments be'foro they entered the ravine, the captain of the es cort rodo up, and informed him that he had passed tho haunts of ...

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 August 1845

1 ' ' 1 IK If ' ' THE OTTAWA FREK T .IAD Ell. "runnsuiio wr.riftv r.r JOflS HISS 2. WILLIAM MMX. .SaiVc ;(:', o;ir. do'tr front the north-ti-est corner of the public square. I E II m s : Tsro Dillxus jicr annum, if paO in ndv.m-e; Two DlLlAR AND TltTX CI. XT! if paid Wllhlll i mouths; anil TuiiKi; DoLt-ms if delayed un il Ihe en I of thr year. AdvertisomcnU imertcd at if! P" square Tor tho first Injeitinn, mil 25 cent l..r each uj.. ijujiit imortion. A liberal di-eouiit nude I" lli.ue who advertise by the year. ,rj-No paper discontinued until all arrearage o.ropfd, unless at the option of the c htors. (Xj-Ooin nuniealioin. to insure attention, must always lie free ol" postage aJ accompanied with tlio author! name. l:l'v;!M:ss CARDS. M. E. I10LL1STER, Attorney and Counsellor at Law anil Solicitor in v Inner ry, AND JL'STUT. 01' TUT. VV.CV.. (iiib-n . S Court Hou.e. opposite theCircui ('unit Clerk's ofliec. 1 If TimorHiLis l. i!ckicv. oc. b. isim:r. DICKEY & FlSUUlt, Altorurys ami...

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 August 1845

I1I0TT Hi M1 T TWO DOLLARS TER ? ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY -IIISK & OS MAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY; AUGUST 15, 1815. VOL. VI. NO. 8. RAMI EXTEHJIINATIONOPrnit ERirif. An Indian Tradition. A correspondent of i!ie Buffalo Com mercia Advertiser" furnishes llio follow ing tradition of the origin and consequen ce of the wnr between the Five (after wards Six) Nations, and tho powerful na tion of ' Erie," who inhabited Western New York before iti subjugation by the combined forces of iho Iroquois," and of the stirring scenes which have been enacted on the spot where Buffalo now standi. Tho Advertiser says that its sub stantial, if not entire accuracy, may be im pliedly relied upon, every detail having been taken from the lips of Rlacksnako and other venerable chiefs of the Senecas and Tonawandas, who still cherish the traditions of their fathers. Near the Mis sion House, on tho Reservation, adjoining Buffalo,' can be seen a small mound, evi dently artificial, that is said to cont...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. rrr - -'i etwra "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY, Ottawa, I II., rrlilny. Anil ul 13, IH4S. bcratrlol.- McflcranMU MiC'ooMi-H. The question a to who b.ill be our next ( vernoc, U already beginning to bo arjitatej in thr aouth, where the people appear determined to liave a hand in tho matter, instead of lea ng it all U the management uf poliludaris and clique. Tro litter on the subject from diliugui;hcd de mocrats hive loci) brought out, one ly Mr. Kin ney) of tho St. Clair Banner from tlia lion. Jons A. M'Clkhxi), und the other hy citizen of Tike court'.)') from Mchhai McCoys k ti, Kp .These teller, to publish them at length, would lake uj mro moid than we have at our disposal, nd can llu rtfure receive hut a gmeral notice of ' their content at our hum!. Mr. McChruund timidy -lnti ihul he has no wish to ai-tuine tho honor and weighty respond hililic til tho gubernatorial office, and think he run do the ftuto hetter service ly unending faith fully to his duties a a membe...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. It EAT ATTRACTION. Tito great und celebrated European Magician, ' 1IERR ALEXANDER. On his journey to tlio eastern cities, will ll e . . .1 I , , - , . - fin lliiri i uw tin V mill mlnn. a " ttvtw in m . - " iiitiiiiua jiv- ing an entertainment, in which he will exhibit to the citizens of Ottawa ITiii mi. i .., I .i ... , . . , gtcal powers, both natural ami physical, IfoViniT mnki fttllsttsii'iil nna......i.. 1. will be able to give an exhibition hereto- for- nn...ll..,l Aug. 15, 1813. 81 NAUMIAL'S SIM'. Unihd Stales' Circuit Court-E41 cut ion Ao. 1018. BY virtue uf a writ of 7m. tend. Exn. to me directed from tlm ITni. ted States Circuit Cutirt, for tlio Dibtricl of Illinois, in favor of John L. M. Me ' Cracken, and noainst Charles II avu'sinl. I havo levied on tho following property, to win - Lois 2 and 3. inldwk 2- !.,i n R 7 s n in block 3; Jul u, in block 4; lota' land J, in mncx o; luu-i, in tunc y; lot i, in bluck 10; loti 1, 3, 7, B, II and 15, in blo...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADE It. THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. PUBLl'llfcU WEEKLY' lis , JOfl.t HISS & UfLLI.lU CSlll.V. Za Salle street, vine door f om the north west timer of the public square. Two Dillih, per annum, if piJ in dviln-o; Tr i ) i'.um xn iit rusT if paid within six tn m'Jif ( Taut D.'U-tn if delayed un'il the enJ of tin year, Adveftisn nnnu imerlcj at $! per aijuare f.ir the firn iin -rti in, an I 25 com f.ir each ubsc uiunt iii'orli.vi. A liberal dUoun' undo lo those who aJverlie by the year. p,"or discontinued until all arrearages are pji.l, un'Mi al Iho option of tho editor. rXj"Cj;n Annie itlmi. to insure attention, muist always he free of poilaga and accompanied with lie author's name. . M. E. HOLLISTER. Attorney nJ Counsellor at Law and j Solicitor in Chancery, .' AND JUSTICE OF THE PF.ACE. Oi'Bae N 3 Court House, opposite ihoCirctii, Court Cl-rk' ollicc. l'f TIIEOPUILUa l. DICKKY. CEO. 8. FISHER. DICKEY & FISHER, Attorneys urJ Counsellors al Law, Ottawa, Ill's. 11 ...

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 August 1845

mm aw A , MEl TRADER n TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. DY IIISE & OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 22, 1045. VOL. VI. NO. 9. i a a Tllti IjtUOIlEU. H T II. S, I. A H II u o . Ay, stand erect! nor bend thy knee, nor how, Hut spcuk tliino own Tree thoughts, mill with un Hold ns an eagle', cleaving Iho hriglit sky, eye Hold upward thy proud way ! O why should'sl thou, Whoso iron arm hath made the m'njhly world A realm of beauty, and suhdiied tho wave, O'er desert vales ami mountiiin heights uiifurl'd The flag of hopo why should'st thou, like a slave, Cringe to tho nod of pride, and hen thcu low, Even on the noil thy hand hath taught to bloom Ai a fair garden ; wherefore shouldsl tlmu no How down, and shut thy soul an in a tomb? Oh, stand erect! throw fetter oil' and ban, And speak thine own free thought thou art a Till: I.UVKIt'H vow. Iir J. II. VIUNOX. Hy the magic voice of the evening breeze, The silvery chime of tho tropic seas, By the murmured sound ofwoodland...

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 August 1845

Til E OTTAWA FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FBEE TRADER. Oiiami, III., Friday. Auiiiikl , 113. , I.rn.lu) Cnunl l.nml. Ttn week ago wo took occasion lo say a vorJ in reference to llio highly ohjocliniiahlo or ier, as we conceived, of the hoard of canal trus tees, in regard to leasing the canal lands and lots, and, deeming it pussihlo lhat there might be arguments in fuvor of the measure of which wc bad no knowledge, with view of eliciting them, we invited a discussion of the measure. Mul'uins however haa been brought out hy this invitation but a simple alurmalion on the nut of the Julie! Signal that tho measure U nine and j.'si, and this appears to be com-idcrid all thut need be ssid oi the suhjcci. Now, the icltler conscieniiuily believe that this order is uut c;t!ier iso ur josl. and, viewing it in this light, wo believe arc de termined to resist its being carried i-ito effect 5 and it H due to tho trusties that they should be rnado acquainted wish this fact, os well as ...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREETRADER. A man lately attempted to rob one of the Michigan banks. He wai arrested, and will no doubt get clear on the ground of insanity. tilt CAT ATTIC ACTIO. Tho great and celebrated European Magician, HI2UK ALEXANDER, On his journey to tho eastern cilice, will bo here in a lew days, and intends giv ing on entertainment, in which he will exhibit to the citizens of Ottawa his ma gical powers, both natural and physical. Having a most splendid apparatus, he will be ablo to give an exhibition hereto fore unequalled. Au-r. 15, 1815. 81 IN OTIC K to Claimants or Canal L.uml iV iMts by Pre-emption. ON and after the lOihilay of. Septem ber next, at the canal office at Lock port, proof of pre-emption rights to canal lands and lots, under the provisions of an act, entitled, "An act to provide for the completion of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, and for the payment of the canal debt," approved I'tb. 21,1813, will be received. The proof required will be the affidavit of the cl...

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 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE TIIADER. ; , FCntmiED WEEKLY BY Jons msE wmns oim 'Let Salle street, one door from the north - went corner of the public square. t k n m s : Two ffciLt. tits per annum, ifpabl in advance; TwJ 1).M. AX.. FIITI CKVFS if p 11 J Wtlllltl nix months; and Turn Dllibs if dclayeJ un il the cnJ of the year. A lverlisoin.mta inserted at Jl per square tor tUs lir.st insertion, un I 23 etna for r acli subse quent inierlion. A liberal discount mdo to t'.ioitf ivho advertise by the year. rrJ-So paper discontinued until all arrearages aro piij, imVss at l!to option of tho editor-. irJfCin nuiiio.iliam, toiinuro attention, niiil always bo fr-.-c of postage and accompanied with tliu author's name. BLSI.USS CARDS. TlIEOlMilLUS L. DICKEY, Attorney at Law, Otlutua, Illinois. Office on the cat si.lo of llio public square, be tween the Mansion Uouso and City Hotel. Ottawa, Auj 1."), 18 13. - 1,,;slll,:lt Attorney ami Counsellor at Law ami Solicitors in Chancery, Ottawa, Ill's. Co!lc;tions...

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 August 1845

mi TWA, WW'II Ill TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. BY IHSE-& OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2), IS45. VOLl VI. NO. 10. E TRADE mil u J V U Tram the N'ow York Mirror. TnU DEUTEU IIOIII&I'EAD. Thcro is a Koily homestead, .. In green anil quirt vale, With its lull trcci sighing mournfully To every passing gnlc; There aro many ruins round it In tlio (untight gleaming fair, U lit moss grown in that silver cot, Its wall nio gray and hare. Where onco glad voire sounded, Of children in t tie ir mirlh, No whispei hrrnk ll.o solitude Of that deserted hcuith. The iwullow from its dwelling To the low caves halli flown, And all night long the whip-poor-will Hingi by the threshold stone. No hand above the lattice. Ties up this trailing vines, And through the hroken cnement panes Tha moon at midnight shines; And many a solemn shadow - Seems standing 'mid tho gloom, Like forms of long departed ones, l'ropling that dim old room. Oil ! where arc they whose voiees Kang out o...

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. — 29 August 1845

THE OTTAWA FREE-TRADER. tlians. He had then-neither the means la redeem them, nor to bring them away ; but ho promised that he would urge on the officers of Government to lake meas ures to redeem them without delay. This gave hope and Joy tithe rnptives. He miiAcall proper inquiries of the warrior, and found that llicy were very willing (o surrender theso young captive on the payment of a satisfactory ransom. He insdo the arrangement with the Indian In fcjmo ia to hold a talk with the Commit eioncrs, and he represented to thoso Com missioners the situation of the captive children, and pressed upon them the pro ' finely of taking measures to have them lansomed ; and offered that, if the Com missioners would grant tho authority and furnish the means, ho would, without compensation, go into the plains and re ceive all the children thus held in captiv ity, and bring them into the settlements. He confidently ex purled that his repre sentations would be properly attended to by the Commiss...

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. — 29 August 1845

TH E OTTAWA FREE TMDER. Cnnal Lots A Lands. IN pursuance of a late order of the Board of Trustees of the Illinois and Michigan Canal, all unsold Canal lots and lands aro to be teased ; The undersigned would therefore give notice that he will receire proposals, rel ative to renting Canal lots and blocks in Ottawa, and also, (lie lands in this vicini ty. Applicants will please describe in wii ting tho premises wanted, and stato the amount of rent they aio willing to pay therefor. Good sccuriiy will be required in all cases for tho prompt payment of rent. Moderate, not exorbitant rent will be required. The undersigned may be found at the Canal office. 1). L. HOUGH, Ottawa, Aug. 29 1815. Agent. OTTAWA rOUNDIlY. fTHE subscribers beg leave to inform 1 , the public that they are about star ting a foundry at this place, and that they will be ready to commenco operations by the I Old of September, when they will be prepared to do all kinds of jobbing in their line, in New York style, on the ...

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. — 29 August 1845

THE 'AW A FREE TRADER. THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. i sH'BLISlIED weekly by - JOILN MSG k VILLUS 0SS1S. La Salle street, one door from the north - icett earner of the public square. terms: Tiro Djuar. per annum,if paid in advon-e; Two Djliaus ah ruVfH'" if paid within it months; end Three U.aiiiii if delayed un'il the end of the year. A J'crlisumi'fiU inserted nt per square lor thsy first insertion, in 1 2j cents for each subse quent ioicrlion. A liberal discount made to tftoso who advertise by Ihe year. fCj'' pnper discontinued until all arrearage aro (uM, un at the option nf the editor. frJ-Ciin uunicilwn. t.iiinjro attention, must always be free of pastajo and accompanied with the author parno. BtSlXESS CARDS. TIIEOPMLUS L. DICKEY, Attorney at Law, Ottawa, Illinois. , O.Tice on the east aide of tlio public square.be , tween the Mansion Ilouso anil City Hotel. Ottawa. Aug 15, 1813. GEO. S. FISHER. Attorney anil Counsellor at Law and Solicitors in Clinnccry, Ottawa, Ill's. Collection pr...

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. — 5 September 1845

t V THE OTT. FREE TRADER TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUMjPAYABLE IN ADVANCE, BY IIISE k OSMAN. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1815. VOL. VI. NO. 11. AWA OCIl COCNTRV. Our Country 'lie glorious land, VVilh broad arms strctch'd from shore lo shore j Tho iroutl Pacific chutes hot slrnnd, She hear (lie dark Allanlic'a roar ; And nurtur'd in Iter ample breast. How many goodly prospect lira, la nature ' wililent grandeur drcxt'd, Enamelled with her lovliest dyes. Rich prairiea deck'd with flowers of gold, Like aun-lit oceana roll afar; Itrntd lakea her azure heavens behold, . Itclleeting clear each trembling atar; And mighty rivers, mountain bofn. Go sweeping onward dark and deep. Through forests where the hounding fawn Beneath their l.rltoring brancbra leap. And cradled 'midnt her clustering hill, Sweet Tolea in dream-like beauty hide, Where love the air with music fill, ' And calm content and peace abide. For Plenty here her fullneaa pours, - ' In rich profusion o'er the land, And, sent 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. — 5 September 1845

TH E OH'AWA FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE Fl EE TliADEH. Oi(nwa,lll.,Frlifn).rin:iri 3. IMS. (ct week we contemplate publishing Mr. Kyis' reply to II. n. Jon Uth' paraph. Id of 44 pages, in which Mr. K. was gr.iasly as- saihrtl, and which hat furni.hcJ food for the whig res ami politicians to glut m for the last sii montlif. We ak of every democrat to read cnJ circulato this document, for it contains facts and figure! which will tnulile cvm the Federal Sena tor of Massachusetts, w ith all his luct and cun ning, to satitfactnrily explain to an enlightened community. We will only add that the friends of Mr. Ryn have nothing to fear in this contest, we assure them he maintain his ground like a man. Chicago Itluihrl. Tho tendency of wheat Is still upward. Sule have hren mado within a few days at as high as 71c. This is an advance of about 10 els. in one week, and the occasion of it is tho bad weather in England at the latest dales. The news by the next steamer will determine ...

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