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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 31 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. fXj'VVe eitnct tho following from the Report of the Commissioner of the Patent Office, pub lisbed by direction of Congress : Plusi for Baildiag Cke.a. Coilnfc. After selecting a suitable spot of ground, as near the place of building as practica ble, let a circle of ten feet or more be described. Let the loam be removed, and the clav dug up one foot thick, or, if clay is not found on the spot, let it be carted in to that depth. Any ordinary clay will answer. Tread this clay over with cattle, and add some straw cut six or eight in ches long. After the clay is well tem pered with working it with cattle, the ma terial is duly prepared for making the brick. A mould isthen formed of wood, of the size of the brick desired. In Ling land they are usually made eighteen inch es long, one foot wide, ami nine inches thick. I have found the more convenient size to be one foot long, seven inches wide, and five inches thick. The mould . should have a bottom. The clay is 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. — 31 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t. it- m ?'H' t f ')' -Vm" if Ml"- ''1 I iH) 1 ;,."r' i ;.. ill Kg.' i t X$ ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, PCBLISUKU WKKKLT Ut J01BISE AULLIA3 (!Sll, La Salle tlreet, one door from the tmrth-uent , turner of the Public Sjuare. tsh! a : Two doUarsand fifty cent perannum, if paid in advance; Three dollar if not paid before tlio eipiratioti of the flrat six months; And throe dollar and twenty-live cents if delayed until the end f the year. Advertisement innertrd at SI per iare for the fir it insertion, aid 25 cents for e;te!i kuIh :viuon: insertion. ' A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. j No subscriber takenfor a shorter period than six month. gj'Xo pa!"" discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the, editors. (rAIlcommiinications, to ensure attention, muni be post paid. BUSfXESS CARDS. ecu. n. soams, jamk iuhmu h. IVorri & KiriI$;i!I. Attornies and Counsellor at Law, and , Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL. Offic...

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. — 7 April 1843

' ' if' r TEE IU OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IIJ. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1843. NO. 44. MAN. The human minJ, that lofty thing! The palace and the throne, Vbero Reason sits, a sceptred king, And breathe! hU judgment-tone ; Oh ! who with silent step shall trace The borders of that haunted place, Nor in liis weakness own That mystery and marvel bind .That lofty thing, the human mind ! The human heart, that restless thing ! The tempter and the tried ; The joyous, yet the suffering, The source of pain and pride ; The gorgeous-thronged, the desolate, The seat of love, the lair of hate, Sclf-stung, self-deified! Yet do we bless thee as thou art, Thou restless thing, the human heart ! The human soul ! that startling thing ! Mysterious and sublime ! The angel sleeping on the wing, Worn by the scoffs of Time j The beautiful, the veiled, tho bound, The earth-ctulaved, tho glory-crowned, The stricken in its prime! From heaven in tears to ...

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. — 7 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREETRADER. PEJIOCKATIC CAKDIDATEM for JS11. FOR PRESIDENT : I9AKTIN VAN BL'KEX, or xtw Yuan. FOR VICE PRESIDKST : BICIIAUD 31. JOIIXSOIV, Of KKITLCKT. Su'jeeita the decision rf a National Convevlwn. t M r "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER, Ottawa, III., FrMny, April 1, 'Ike I'ri.luYucy. By reference to the proceeding of the ina meeting of the domocratic party of this county, it will be seen that a resolution has been adopted expressing a preferenco for MARTIN VAN 1IUREN or New York, and RICHARD M. JOHNSON of Kentucky, a the democratic can didate for 1811. In obedience to this expressed preference of the democracy of thin county, be ing in accordance with, our own view and de mrc, we this week hoist once moro the banner of VAN Bl'REN & JOHNSON toourmiwt head, ns the democratic condidate for IS II, sutfrt to the decision of a Nulianal Convention. In doiti; to, we cannot let the opportunity paw without briefly adverting to the claim of the defeated can didate of...

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. — 7 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. TO THE PUBLIC. No. VI. At length those follow that had bcn hirras in? me tnent themselvM. and I was lot quiet. But I had been harassed in body and nn'nd till I was rundown to a state of health from which but few, if any, expected me to recover. I lingered along through the winter, not able W look to any kind of business In the spring I lu tJhirn.m f, n,..,lirr.l ni.l After remaining there uwhile, I grew worse was lost all hope of the doctors thought me a dying, nd sent a man post haste to inform my family. Mrs. Kimball, at this time was keeping some dczen boarders for the camnnv. and had only a tired girl and a boy 12 or 13 years old with her. I owned a large major ity of the stock ol the company. 1 be company had ploity of teams, waggons, horses, &c, &c. Whut, in all humanity, would be expected under such circumstance? Most certainly, that the company would furnish means and send a man and team, at least, with my folks, with all possible despatch. ...

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. — 7 April 1843

,- v .-: THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ILLINOIS FREE ' fiSUJEK, rvat'tnicB wkeklv r ' JOuTIlISF.' & AYfLLIH CSli.lX, . La SMle street, one. d.mr front thr. wnilt-nxit corner of lite Public Sy.tnrc. TtRMl! . ", ' T,ro dollars ami fifty cent pprannum, if paid in advance; Three dollars if not paid before t lie expiration of tho rtaix euuths; A n.l ihrec dollar and twenty-five cents if dcl.iyc.l until tho end f the year. ' ' - Advertisement iuserted at 51 per tojusirc f.;r tho :lr it insertion, and 2r rout far r ich sub t'ueii: insertion. ' A l'lln-rul discount made l those who advertise by tho yeur. (j No subscribers taken for a shorter period than sin months. ' . '. fTXo paper diacoutiniii-il until "II arrearages art) paid, unless at the option ol tho editors. fXj AllcOm nnuication, to ensure attention, muni be post paid. OIO. 11. K0I1KIS. J A M K S It I II Itri L I.. Mort is & I;ir;ls:i:i. Altornies and Counsellors at Laic, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL. Oflico in tho n...

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. — 14 April 1843

THE IJLi T1 ADEM. AND LASALLE COUN T Y C O M M E It C I A L ADVERTISE It. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. III. OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1843. N0.45. 1 U'AU'A ji jm TUB KETI Of NPRIMS. Agin the violet of our early day Drinks beauteous azure from the pnhlen sun. And kindle into frn?rance at his Maze ; The dream rrjt.ice that winter work is done, Talk of to-morrow's cowslips a they run. Wild tipple, thou art blushing into bloom ! Thy leavei are cmninu, snowy Mnnitom'd thorn ! Wake, buried lily ! spirit, quit thy tomb ! And thou, shail loving hyacinth, be bom! Then haste, sweet roe ! sweet woodbine, hymn the morn, Whoso dow-diops shall illume with pe.irlv liijht Each grassy blade, thnt thick embattled stands. From sea to sea, while daisies infinite Uplift, in praise, their little, glowing hands, O'er every hill that under heaven expands. From the Democratic Review. oki:i;o. Boundaries and Extent Climate and Pruduc lions. The importance o...

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. — 14 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS Fit EE TRADER.- bEJIOt'ISATIC CANDIDATES fmr 131 1. FOR PRESIDENT : MARTIN VAN BUHEX, cf Sct Yer;. j ' for vice prsjidext: ' MCIURD 31. J'jn.SC.V, of KcatacXv. Suljecl totledei'ulon tf a XufoiiulCuinruiirn. IV. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADE l. Ollawn, III., FrliliiT, An U 1 1, l I t Dtalliof M'ltntor ..3rI!oli lt. , We are pained to have to announce to our re.i- j tiers thi week the death of .our I'. sjiiat-.r , Sami eu McKouMirs. Jledud at the roideiiee of his friend Judge Hall, in Chi :ii.n.i;i, on the 27th ult., aged about forty. lli illne.-s was short, j and was occasioned by a severe cold t iken whil.-t crossing the iimuiituiiik on his way home i'roui Washington. Mr. Mclf.had served but two years of the term for which he was elected, haviui,' jet four to aerve, and has thus been cut iff in the j midst ofhis Usefulness. Ho was the only man, I ... 1i..t;viv nr sent to either houve of conuies:5 I from tbis state who via born and raised in i!. lie wa deservedl...

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. — 14 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ft Barber-ous Mesmerical Operations. We learn from a work "La Chine ct les Chcnois" recently published in Pa ris, that Mesmerism ts understood in the celestial empire, and turned to good ac count, being practiced by the barbers of Canton. "I observed," sanl M. iiorget, "that the greater part of the patients slept while they were being shaved, and I could not account for this singularity. But one morning I observed a man seat himself on stool a little apart from the rest; I began my task of sketching, when the barber, instead of commencing his operations, placed himself before his cus tomer, and, first of all, took hold of his hands, then passed his own several times over the shoulders and before the face of the sitter, who shortly fell into a state of quiet drowsiness, if he did not actually go to sleep. He then moved his customer's head about in every direction ho pleased, to facilitate the operation of shaving. When he had finished he shook the slee per g...

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. — 14 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREETRADER. ILLINOIS FfiEG TKADEU, ,-. . ..? PUOLl&atU "W KKKLT tlT ' J01W mil i AV1LLIA3I S.tIAX, La Salic street, one Amr from the north-west " . corner of the Public Sjvurc. tkum : Two dollars and Gftycciit.per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollars if not paid before the expiration of the first six laanfhs; And three dollars and twenty-live cent if delayed utit.1 the end if the yew.-. ' Advertisements inserted at $1 per square for the 'jrrt insertion, and 25 cenU for each su! i -que a", insertion. A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the j oar. rj No subscribirs taken for a shorter period than ix months. flNo paper discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, unl'e.-: at the option oi tin- editors. All communications, to iure attention, must be post jinid. To rarmcrs V Wool Growers. Trfw; " -- Wou'd repect V?i '' " v''-.-.fsvai fully inform the farm- A -' V -1 tn "J wo0' Kroweri Yt ' .'.:V5 f of the country, that P yy-twyJ'thcy are prepared and i v...

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. — 21 April 1843

H- ... EI3 THE MJNOI AND LASALLE COUNTY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HERFREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY", APRIL 21, 1813. NO. 46. E TRA V.-- ---- - From the Democratic Review. v OBEtiOX. The Hudson Bay Company, la 1670, Charles II. of England, who was very generous to ouch of his cour tiers as most humorod his worst vices, and very profuse with gifts he thought of little value, especially if they were in America, granted to Prince Rupert and others a charter, under the title of the Adventures of the Hudson Hay Compa ny," with the exclusive privilege of trad ing with the natives "on and about" Hudson's Bay. The only advantage go vernment was to derive from this compa ny, was the exploration of the northern section of the continent, with a view to find a passage to the Pacific Ocean. How faithfully they fulfilled their public trust may be learned fron the plain words of the London Quarterly Review, which run thus:"From the m...

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. — 21 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADED :i 1 . i. ;! 1. 44 V ci 1 I 15 DKMIOI'BATIC CANDIDATE for 1S4. FOR PRESIDENT : -HARTIX TAX Bi'REX, of Sear York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : RICHARD JI. J0I1XS0X, of Kcntucly. Suljcd tothededtlon of a Nutlouul Cumtutiun.' "JUSTICE AMD EQUALITY-." THE FREE TRADER. Ollawn, III., I'll Jar, April 21, IS VI ' (Cyiudgo Ronixaux is slowly recovering ftom his severe spell of sickness. We arc of opinion that he will lie obliged to omit li lli 13 couilu on the baLnco of the Circuit this teim. IrrIc!ciit Tjtt' C'ublact. It seems to bo pretty generally agreed ly the newspapers arid letter writers at Washington ihai there are shorly mine important changes to take place in t!ie president's cabinet. On this poini Bennett ha, of course, tho "latest auJ mo.it au thentic" information, which he gives tlm--, in his turgid way: ".Mr. Daniel Weba'.er will retire from the state department in the beginning of May, ami immediately thereupon a new organization will take place in the cabinet...

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. — 21 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER';- ! i - Am tTaferlaaate ad Dallfnl CSirl. Being on Fourth street Ust evening, sometime after dark, wo saw a large man moving towards us, whom wo supposed, from the slowness nnd inequality of his gait, to be blind. A Utile girl, whose head reached about to his elbow, had his hand, and appeared to be assisting him along. As wo met at the corner of . street, he seemed determined lo go on, tittering an occasional oath in an indis tinct tone, directed by his little guide. No, father," said she, in a sweet and tender voice, "no father, this is the way home, down this street, father." She fi nally succeeded in turning his course, and they proceeded along the pavement. At times he would make a lurch, throwing the girl quite off the sidewalk into the gutter. Dut she held his hand firmly, only exclaiming in a low tone, "don't, father; oh father, don't." When they came to the door of the stairs which led to their lodgings in an tipper story, he in sisted upon going fu...

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. — 21 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 11 i. f 5 II i A': ,1 ; ! -' f- I i A ILLINOIS FBEE'TRADEB, rCBLISIlSII WI'.KKI.T tit JOHN MSB & VILIUH CS3AX, La SjZe sired, one door from the north-west . turner vf the I'uUlc Sjuure. terms: Two dollars and fifty cents pcrannum, if iai! inadvance; Three dollars it not paid before the expiration of tho first six month; AnJ three dollar and twenty-five cents if delayed until Iho end f tho year. Advertisements inserted at SI per square fni the 5nt insertion, mil 2" rent for er-ch sub jqueir. insertion. A littoral discount made to those who advertise by the v ur. (j No subscribers ta';eii fjr a shorter period than six mo nl lis. Qj'So paper discontinued until oil arrearage are paid, unless at the option of 'the editor. fXj Allcomni'.iiiicutions, to engine attention, must bo post piaa, besixess tin us. OHO, It. KOIlttlri. . J A n 111 11 l 1. 1. Ittomiex and Counsellors tit Livi', and S'lfiritors ill Chtt:ircry, OTTAWA, I!.!.. Oinco 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. — 28 April 1843

A sA TThITCS ADEM A N D L A S A L L E COUNTY COMMERCI A Ii ADVERTISE R. 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, A PHIL 23. 1.1-13. NO. 47. fflRII NO R FOR THE ILLINOIS VI1FI THWlrR. Etlnra lionOur Common SjcliooU. Messrs. Hire mid Oiman Permit mo through the columns of your paper, to call the attention of the public mind to h subject too little agitated in our community notwitliitnmlin? ibis, it is riot he less important. I refer to the cause of educa tion, particularly that of common school educa tion. The necessity of general knowledge mid good morals, is admitted by every reflcctirn; mind; yet, the great majority do not consider tluit common school are the very source nf a nation's ititcll'grncc. It is of them the youthful mind receives its direc tion; and we know, that Just as the twig is bent, the tree's inclined." Their influenco in i;ivin; character to the tui tion, is moro than tantamount to that of the pi ens, inas...

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. — 28 April 1843

1 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 8 n 'I: 1 ; j i 1 0KJIOVRATIO CAXID.T1 for IS 1 1. FOR I'dESIDEKT : IARTIX TAX Bl'REX, of Xc.v rar!(. fOB VICE PRESIDENT : " IUCIURD 51. J01MS0X, of KrntucXy. Suljtct to tit decision of a Sul'.uiiul Cunnntivn. i v l : "JUSTICE AMD EQUALITY." THE FUEE TRADEIi. ounwn, in., Piiii:ir, Apri: 2. isn MMBHMMiMiananwjntiinMtjimii Dentil of J ml (j Itobi.mou. We have this week the niflancliuly Juty to per form of announcing tlio death of the Hon. John St. RoBHSiX, one of the judges of the supreme court. Ha died at the Mansion Houre in (hist place, on the 27lh inst, at 31 o'clock, 1'. M., aficr an illncs of twenty-seven days, in the 50. h year nfbisae. Ho bore hin Ion:; ilinoM wilh srent fortitude, and retained tho full possession of bin intellectual faculties until within a few n.iiiuto.4 prior to hit death. Previous to tlic morning of hi death, his friend and attendants ciiteiiaincd the most sanguine expectations of his npiJ reco very, frjm tho circumstance of his...

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. — 28 April 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ever until the year 1835. Thus a apace of time had intervened of about fourteen years, during which time it was to all in tents and purposes defunct in point of fact, and this hiatus in its operation was regar ded by many as an effectual cessation of its existence, leaving nothing to renew or continue by the act of 1835. Others ob jected to it because it had been notoriously insolvent, in the usual acceptation of the term, for the most of the time since the year 1837, having been nearly all that time in a state of suspension of specie payments, and as most of the members of the general assembly were of the opinion in open breach of its charter ; by means of which the people of this state compjain of immense loss and injury, from the great expansion of its circulation and the conse quent depreciation of its notes on their hands. This has been the condition, not only of the Bank of Illinois, but the State Bank of Illinois and the Bank of Cairo ; and this cond...

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. — 28 April 1843

i V 1r 1 6 i a at' ILLINOIS FREE TKADEIi, rUBMRUID WltKU T JOUX niSE & WILLIAM CS31.1X, it ttrtel, ne danr frtini (fie niiith-wcut ... ,-u" ' fwner ef the Public Sjuare. Vi- tihm: . Two J)ll.irnd fittycentfl ju-raiimim, if j'lii.l In advance; Three dollar if not paid before the espiratiou of tho first six months; And three dollar and tvveniy-five cenU if d. laved until t!ie end ef the year. AdvortisomonU inserted at J! per square for - the fir )t insertion, and 25 cent! for each su!-iiquun-. rtion. A liberal discount made to these who tulvcrtve by the yeur. (Xj Nosuhicribef taken for a it.vuter period than six months. djNo paper discontinued until u.l srroara;tcs tto paiJ, nates at the option 01 te t'lmnri. rj Allcntnmnuicalioiii', to cm-iue attention must be pol pjid. uto. u. somiis. jmi: iiuicsi it, IVorris & Bh3s:ill. Attornies and Counsellors at Laic, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL. OJjoe ill tlio new court house, No, ft, NoHh-cust corner room, TMfcOrll Ill'S 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 5 May 1843

A FREE TRABM U O UlA SL1LJ V J .. . . . AND LAS A I. L E 'l v a vr at T7"r r t a t a ii r u r t t? t OUR COUNTR Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY, 5 1843. N0.48. COUNTY . v Judge Crnor. Sliorlly aficr the first republican con Btilulion of the state of New York was framed, ami the judiciary system was cs tablisheil for the civil department, the Su preme Court, or that branch of it called the Circuit Court,' was appointed for one of the circuits in the county of Duch ess, and the eccentric Judge Crane was to preside. Judge Cryie was very wealthy, and highly respected for his public and private virtues, especially for his chari tableness to the poor; but he always ap peared in a plain garb, and would hardly ever wear an overcoat, whatever the weather might be, and it was seldom that he rodo when he went abroad, although lie owned many valuable horses. On the morning of the day in which the court was to begin, dio judge set out bc...

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. — 5 May 1843

V;- THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. (r -TV s5 DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES far ; FOR PBEJIDKXT : v -SlttTW TM BURE.X, of Xr.v York. ' ; , -FOR VICE PRESIDENT I ' UfCniRD sjOMSOT, of Kratae''. Sliced to the decision of a National Convention.' J JUSTICE AND EQUALITY.' THE FBfiE TRADER. Ottawa, III., Fritlnjr, Bl;y 5, ISM- SucceMr of lfa I.nle Juilc Hubimoii. The last Illinois Gazette, after announcing to il readers the death of Judge Hnuixsox, says ''John D. Cuton, Esq., lute judge Jjiv tern., wi;l .probably le his successor." ' it is amusing to witness the sage predictions of some of the whig papers of this stute in regard ti the doings of Gov. For.l. Their consistency al ways demonstrates that they know about as much of what they are talking about, as parson Miller does about "the time of the end." A short lime inco the Alton Telegraph predicted that Gov, Ford would appoint Mr. Caton to the judgeship of the Cook circuit, at present held by Judge Young, and send the latter to the U. S. senute, to...

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