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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 30 June 1843

1 I V ME I LA 31 AND I. A S ALL E COUNTY COM ME R C I A L ADVE R T I S E R. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMEBC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 1843. Kb.l i F t - 1 V. The I'linal L,nw. OpinUu of Judge Kent. ; Since the passage of the Canal I.v last w'm tdf, the loading whi papers of thi and other tales havo leen untiring in their efforts to create the impression abroad, that the democratic party of this state advocated the oil in in doctrine of K.- rum ATI ox, and that no reliance could be placed on the acts and doings of the people, a expressed by their representees in general assembly. All thin noise and clamor was used for the purpose of defeating the canal agent in their effort to ne' r,-otiiite the loan, so tliut the cause of the failure V might be attributed to the democratic party of this state, and thus muke capital for the whig party. Happily, however, the canal agents observed V tha movements of the whig gamblers, and effec. tuallv fr...

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. — 30 June 1843

EE TKABfi rinrui LL U U A N D L A S A L L E COUNTY COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A MD HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 18-13. NO. 2. E TTT T R1 Tbc C'uual l,nw. Opinion of Judy Item. Since the passage of the Canal Law lust win ter, the leading whi; papers of tlii and other talcs have been untiring in their efforts to create the iinprcmiion abroad, that the democratic pn rty of this state advocated the odium doelrino of Hi puiHATiox, and that no reliance could ho placed on the acts and doings of the people, as expressed by their representees in general assembly. All this noise and clamor was used for the purpose of defeating the canal a;cnt in their cfl'orU to ne gotiate the loan, to that the cause of the failure might ho attributed to the democratic party of this state, and thus make capital for the whig party. Happily, however, the canal agents observed the movements of tho whig gamblers, and cflTcc. tually frustrat...

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. — 30 June 1843

THE ILLINOIS Fit E E TRADER. DBJiacaATIC C.lMJla.Vi:- Car 1S11. run i nt.'ui.i i MIUNX TIN BLTtEX, of Sew Tsri. . for vic-j rnnsiDr.xT: RICHARD M. JTAW, of KrntucaT. Sjfjicl lo thedcciiion ( a Xttiowd Cvuven.'Ln. 0EM3C3ATIC REPU3L1CAM r.DWIU.Q.'IS. Foil coNcnEss, JOHN WENTWORTII. foil county orncrns. For C-iunlif Cu iU'i'svinnr s samuel mac:;kv. J'w Ch'wI'I C-nnminioirrV Curb: mauimce mi;ki':iv. ' Fur IWttilt Jj(u-f : THOMAS LAIIKIN. For Uvm ihi-: JOEL w. Aiwsn:ox;. Fur S k'Ail Cummhnwitr : LOISENZO LELAND. Fur T. eisiuer and A . . CHARLES Il.NOULE. Fur CjhiiIi S irrt ,(! ; GCOHCE II. NOKKW. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." TILE FJIEI3 TRAD El i. Ollmvn, II!., I'l litiiy, June IJO, IS I T Kieliriiicnt lu Itlurslnill 0111117. In iho I.aciiti Cactlu df Saturday wo have n full account of (lio e x ul i from Marshall coun ty, by tho citicn nf that and t!io kii rroti tuli ii( countic, of a family by I In' inline i)f Piecvi , w lio had rendered thomselvc odium to their ncighum by their thieving pri...

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. — 30 June 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. DBJIOCBATIC CAXDIDATU far 1SI1. roa PRESIDENT : MiltTlX Y1S BlTtE.V, cf Xe;v Ysri. TOR VICE pkusidf.nt: RICniRD M. JDa.S8J, of KrntajSjr. Subject lo tlx decision tf a Xttiunul Convention. DEMOCRATIC REPU3L!C.Vi NOMINATIONS t for congress, JOHN VENTVOirm. of Clitcrijp. rOR COUNTY OFFICERS. For County Co'uriY.'Vir : samuei. mac key. For County CoH-vriiVuiV Clerk ; MAUI5ICK mi;rpi:v. For Fru'mte J .' '; . THOMAS LAIlKi.N. Far Ilccnrdtr : joel w. AiiMsrno(;. 'or S iimil Cinnmi dinner : I.OUE.NZO LEI.AND. Fur Titnmitr and .1 rv"w. CHARLES H.NOELE. For Count if S.irvri,ir : GEOKCE H. NOKRM. -km "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE f JiEE TUADKK. Otlnnm, III., I'ridny, Juno uo, ISi:j iDicllriiicnl In Iff nrttinll Cumiiy. In tho Lacntl (Jazclto of .Saturday we liavo n full account of tho expulsion fr.i in Marshall con il ly, ly tho citizen of that ninl tho Mirroiirulinu counties, of a family by tin; ihimio of ty mri it ly their thieving propensities. 'J'hry lived in n ecclu...

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 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 30 June 1843

111 K1 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER i J j r a Froin tho Hartford Timet. A SCEXE. WJiig committeeman, with paper and pencil. My friend, I suppose you intend to vote the whig ticket, as usual. Workingman. Why do you wish to know T Whig. We are now making out our list to be returned to the central commit tee, mid I want to put all true men down as jood fur the first Monday in April. Workingman. I shall vote as I please hereafter I havo had enough of your promises, and enough of whig times. Whig. But, friend, yon surprise me don't be hasty in determining how you role : havo the locos been seeing you I JVorkingman. I have been seen by no one as to how I shall vote. I am a free man in every sense of tho word, and will no longer wear the fetters that you ami your friends would put on mo. We work ingmcn have been deceived cruelly, un- feelingly deceived, and by men who know, or ought to know better. I tell you plain ly, if these are the "two dollars a day and roast beef" times, that you promise...

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 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 30 June 1843

Z3 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. F.om the IIariforJ Tiiaet. A SCEME. WJiig committeeman, with paper and pencil. My friend, I suppose you intend to vote the whig ticket, as usual. Workingman. Why do you wish to know ? Whig. We are now making out our list to be returned to the central commit tee, and I want to put all true men down as poo l for the first Monday in April. Workingman. I shall vote as I please hereafter I have had enough of your promises, and enough of whig times. If'hig. Hut, friend, you surprise me don't be hasty in determining how you vote : have the locos been seeing you ? If'orkingman. I have been seen by no one as to how I shall vote. I am a free man in every sense of the word, and will no longer wear the flitters that you and your friends would put on me. We work ingmcn have been deceived cruelly, un feelingly deceived, and by men who know, or ought to know better. I tell you plain ly, if these are the "two dollars a day and roast beef " times, that you promised us, w...

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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 30 June 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TIlADEll. 1 ' ILLINOIS FREE. TRADER, - jonx iiisu t.wiLU.ia osm, Lisullt street, one dmr front the north-west corner of the Public Spure. TKitt ; Ttuoddbrs and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance Three dollars if nut paid Ik fort the expiration of the firtt six months ; and three dol lars and twenty-five ecnls if d.liyed until the end of the year. Advertisement! inserted tit f 1 per ptare ftr the Jlrtt insertion, and 23 cent fjr each suhxenncnt .insertion. A liberal discount made to thone uhu advert if e by the year. C'-Yj subscribers tJcea fjr a shorter period than six months. rr No paper diieunl'nued until ull urrearigrt are paid, unesi at the option f the editor. (Xj'Alt eomnvinlculionyt to iruure ulteutlint, taint come free of 'postage. m:sincss huds. jcor; II. Noni. Attorney anil Counsrlhir at .aw, and Solicitor in Chancery, OTTAWA. ILL. OIice in tie new court house, No, 5, Ninth-rant corner riKim. TUKockii.cn l, nii'Kr.r. mun m. ciiotiikhs. DIekey fc br...

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 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 30 June 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER ..ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, JOHN HISS & MILL! 1.11 0SB1J, Llsalii street, one. d.ior from the nnrth-wett turner nf the Politic Sjuare. tibmi : Tiro dvllirs and Jiffy cents per nnnum, ifpa'd in advance t Three dull in if not paid Iff ire the expirulimi cf the .fit sit inonlhs t and three dJ Lin and twenty-jive cch.'s if d liytd until the end of the year. Adjertisentents inserted at f 1 per squwe fur the first insertion, and 23 ten's fir each euhseipient insertion. A liberal du count made tu those who advertise by the year. fXj-.Vj suhcribm lukeix fir a thorer pcrimJ than $ix months. CySo paper discontinued until (ill arrearages are paid, unless at the option if the editors. (EJ'AU communication, to instire attention, tntttl come Jrec fj postage. nrsixcss np.es. CJeorfro If. JVori-ie. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, and Solicitor in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL. Office in tSe new court house, No, 5, North-east corner room. TiliioriliLC L. picket, tun m. cuonifcin. Di...

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 July 1843

IE EL AJUM 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 NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA. ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 7, 1843. NO. 3. TUCP.11VCH ox nt'XKcns mix. at xu. sicounxrr. Darin:; the battle of Hunker's Hill, a venerable clergyman knelt on the field, with hand upraised, ami (jray head uncovered, and while the ImlleU whistled around him, plaved fur the success of his Compatriots, and the deliverance of his country. It waa an hour of fear and Jrcad Uiijh roue the battle cry, And round, in henry volumes spread The war-cloud of the sky. 'Twrs not, at when in rival strength, Contending nations meet; Or tove of conquest madly hurls A monarch from his seat. Yet one was there, unused to tread The path of mortal strife, Who hut the Saviour's (1 iclt had fed I3cido tho fount nf life, lie knelt him where the black smoko wreathed, His head was bowed and bare, While for an infant land ha breathed, The agony of prayer. The column, red with early ...

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 July 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. DBTtOCBATIC CANDIDA ru far IS1I. ron PREsiDiiN r : SARTIX TIN BURES, of .c.v Tori. TOR TICK PRESIDENT : " RICniRD J0!lSft.V, nf Kentucky. Sifj'ct tu the decision if a Ndiunul Cunvcntiim. OSMjCTUIC RPJ3UC J N3.M!,'JATI3N3 1 FOB CONGRESS, JOHN WKNTWOUTII. " if Chicago. ron COUNTY OFIICEIU. Far Ci'ii'v C rnm'tunniT : SAMlrEL MA (.'KEY. For Cnt'ttif C 'immiti'ta'iert deih MAURICE MKHPIIY. - For JW''' J txl-'e': THOMAS LAEKIN. F,ir Rtmrdt r t JOEL XV. ARMSTKUNC. Far .5 hunt Cuitiiiiitn'iuier : LORENZO LELANI). Fur Ti taiurtr unil A f.w CHARLES n.Noiac. Fur Count 1 S irrtijur : GEORfJE II. NURIUS. i-r. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FliEE TRADER, Oltnwn, III., I liilny.Jiilr 7. IK 13 Tlir Arirtl of I'rnplicl Nitiiili. Great V.fitliiiCnl Itl IV 'iuihi .' A'iC ' nJ'f Smith, the M initial I'rnphrt. New was brought last evening ly the sieumer Octroy, tlml Jno Hinith, Ilii .Miiriiiuii prophet, had liri'ii arrested and placed in j;til ut Oliiivii; mnl Iu'IIht, iluil whou ...

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 July 1843

1 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. The n.tllle fllimbrr Hill. On the m iming of the I7ih of June, 1775. the British troops stationed at Bos ton for the purpose of forcing the rehel Inn colonists into siihjection. discovered it their great amazement that a redoubt IiaJ been thrown up on Hunker Hill du ring l!ie night, and lliat the indefatigable Americans were vigorously lab.iring upon their breastworks. A heavy cannonade was immediately opened upon them from the British shipping. This proving in effectual, a strong force of infantry anil artillery were ordered Id attack them by land, and proceeded to Morton's Point, where they were formed in order of bat tle. -lint Feeing that the Americans kept their ground with firmness, they await ed the arrival of reinforcements before venturing to begin the attack. On be ing joined by their second dettchmenl, the liriiisli troops advanced slowly un der cover of a tremendous fire of cannon and howitzers, frequently halting to al low their artillery tim...

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 July 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. ILLINOIS FPvEG TKADEK, rusuiiito wutt Hr JOnS HISE i VILLUS CSrlA.V, L-Malls street, one dmr fmm the nnrtli-wtd corner if the Public Square. t t ii m i : Tux dulltrs and fifty centt per annum, if pa' J in adonnce ,; Three d.dUrs if nut paid b' fire. Ihe expiration if the Jirtt tie month ; tend Ihnt Jul ian aid Iwsntifji.'e cents if diliycd until the end if the year. A luertitt nnnis inserted at f I prr sptrtrc fir thi fust insertion, and 23 cents fir euci suhsepunl insertion. A Ibsrul discount made to those who adcerti.se by the year. (EjY tu'jterilcrs taken fir a tlwrlcr pcriud than six months. rjpRj p,iptr dlwdiwtcd until ail urrcur;irs are paid, unless (it the option if the iditors. ryAll ammuiiiciil.'onr, In insure attention, must co:ne free if postage. ni'srxEss nuiis. Clcoi'jre H. !Yorri. Attorney an I Counsellor at Laic, ami - Solicitor in Liancery, OTTAWA. ILL. 0 flics in t!i new court home, No, 5, Nottli-cast curniT room. TUKUritlLt'M I.. IllCKKT. ...

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 July 1843

-. - - - . ' i. . j . . u , , n . . ....ii n THE ItfcENOISMlMFREE TR ABE A N D L-A S A I. L E CO UNTY CO M M EHCIAL A U V E ll T I S E 11. $.';: OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E,R C E A N 0 HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 11, 18-13. NO.4. T UK MA IS U A T II . HV JAM KS (illAlliM. The Poem of tho f.iMiatli will long endear tin) liiuiio of James tiralitim to all ihmc who cherish a Chrwtiun regard for t!it5 day, and the devotional thoughts and poetical fueling which it inspire. We extract his description of a Suhhath morning in the country : . How still the niomin? 'oftfib'hullow'd day ! Muto is tho voico of rural lahor, hush' J 'J'ho plousjhhoy's whistle, nd the milkmaid's sontr. ''ho scythe lios glittering in the ilmvy wreath Of tedded (Trass, mingled with fading How-era, That ymti-r-morn Momn'il waving in the hree.e. Sound the most faint attract the ear; tho hum Of early heo, tho trickling of the dew, The distant Mealing midway up. the hill. Calmness ...

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 July 1843

TJIK ILLINOIS FHKK TIlADiUl DttOt llAIIC CAIVJUD.l i rs far IHll. F0K PRESIDENT : MARTIN T.1X Bl'RES, of .New York. for vit. president: RICn.lHD 31. jni!S(I.V, of Ki-nlarTiy. Subject lollicJahion of a Xttio'i-jl Cnnnu'tmi. DEMOCRATIC BEPJ3LICAM NOMINATIONS : TOR CONORl'SH, JOHN WENTWOUTII. if Chiaii'ti, rou rot'NTY oi in v.v.i. For County Cjii."w'..mc : SAM I III. M A' 'It K 1 For Ci'H'it'f Cnmuiin-i-i.t, .i ",,, MAI I'iCi MI'IM'IIV. bur I'l iilmli . i-li' i : THOMAS LAIiKIN. I'nr ttt i tini r .- j oi: r, w. ai;m-'Ti;w;. For S.linnl ( 'illlllli'f 'mm r : loi;i:n.o lkland. For a iin r unit .1. " ciiAiti.i's ii. musi.i:. Fur Count U v7 n '1'ir .- (;i:oi:(;i; n. muikis, i i iii-miiiii.ii m mm. 1 1 i mm . ii.wwm.iwih hi ar wim J ---------- . "JUSTICE AND rouAurv." J'iliri'lM-K TIIADKII. Ollitmi, III., .'riilu), Jul) I J. t"s S Haw I lie l'.ii.r. I.lit l.ll Is In- .lulnl I'liis. llaji'itl (j'ii'H'Ii if F-imiir miJ if a ('ii-iililni' . When 'ol. Wr.'il .v nil', ( llic '!)! -i ; I ii'iii'i...

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 July 1843

Til E ILLINOIS FREE TRADER Thv Orrgon. Col II. M. Johnson accepted an invitation toattcnJ the Orrgon Convention which was held at Cincinnati on ths 3J inst. Ilia letter cloaca with the following paragraph: "Wo owe a solemn duty to ourselves, to generations yet tinhorn, ami to (J oil wlio has smiled upon us, and has always given us victory, to occupy every foot of this continent to which we, as a people, have a just claim. Every day that we postpone tho assertion, vindication, and excrciso of our right to the invaluable Territory of Oregon, we increase the diffi culty of an amicable adjustment. So far as our claim is just to Oregon, I am for a quick step. I am for working by the job. I am, therefore, willing to adopt such measures as may seem most conducive to its immediate occupation, whether the government acts or not, having duo regard to the laws and constitution. Our outlet to the Pacific, by the occupation of the Oregon, is only second in importance to our outlet to the Atlanti...

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 July 1843

THE 1 Is L I N 0 1 S F II E E T II A 1) E It . ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, ruiiimitD vitKii nr JOHN BISE & WILLIl'J I) S3 AN, Lnalle street, one d.mr from the north-west corner of the Vuhlic 8-juarc. tkhms : Tuv Jtitlxrt and fit cents per annum, ifpa'd in advance Three dollars if not paid In fare the expiration if the first six months ; wd thrie dol lars and twtnly-flct cents if ddttyed until the end of the year. Advertisements inserted at f 1 Jirr spiure fir thi first iifertiun, and 25 cents fur mch snhse'pun! insertion. A liherul discount made to those who advertise Ly the year. (Jj-JVj subieri!i:rs taUrn fir n shirtcr period than sir months. dJ-N t puptr diwmtliiaed until nil nrmirnt are pnid, unless at the optiwi if the. editor. fXj".4V eoiiimiinientimir, to in'ure utlinliun. must come fee of post.ipr. msixess emus. lieora 12. IV orris Attorney an I Counsellor at Law, uiv.l Solicitor in Chancery, OTTAWA, I M.. OHioo in lo new court house, No, 5, Noith-east corner room. 1'IIKOl'lll...

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 July 1843

IT fl VI 3E TRADER .-fS ttr A X 1) I. A S A I. L E COU N T Y COMMERCIA L A 1) V E It T I S E R. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A ND HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JULY 21, UJ 13. NO. From Ihe Jay Male Dt iiwcrut. "At a meeting recently held in Alabama, Col. Lahmanousk v, a veteran of nearly eighty ' years, tall, firm ami erect, arose and said, Mliat he had nerved twenty -three years in the armies of Nj leon, and ha 1 heen enaed in two hundred bat tle, had f.mrteeii wounds on bis body, and had sufl'errd from the parching drought and heat of tho Kuvptian deserts, to mieh a decree as to be obliged to draw the Mood from his own nnn to ijuetieh his thirst; he had borne the trials of the Russian campaign ; had lived upon horse fles.li for a lone; time; had endured with others all the terrors of that awful disaster, and next to thu pro vince of Uod, he attributed his preservation and his firm health to the fact, that be had never tasted of ardent spirits in...

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 July 1843

prSHH THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. tB.nOt'BATIC CANDIDATES for 1941. FOR FBCilOENT : WAaTlX m BL'REX, of Xew Yori. roa vicb rnsnor.NTi RlCIlliliJ M J 0 II SO V, of Kentucky. Si'jeet to the decision nfa National Convcnlim.) DEM3CRATIC REPUBLICAN NOMINATIONS FOR COSORES8, JOHN WKNTWOUTII. if Chicign, tor coyxrv officer. For Canity Cunm'tiiiiHtr : SAMUEL MACKKV. For Count 1 Ciimi!nnrri' Clirl, t MAUKICii mlt.phv. For Prolate J isliee : THOMAS LARICIN. Far I!;mnhr; Joel w. arustroxg. For S.hKil CoinmUsiniier: LORENZO LEl.AND. For Ti t.iiurrr tii'.J A ncoc : CHARLES h. noble. Far Canity Strvtpnr i george ii.NoitRK 'MUCE WUALITY.' oiimvn, in. i iiiinr, Juir at. mi l fjfJoiM Jn IV'IV, Esq , llIM llffn appointed p ist master nt Troy Grove, in thi county, in llir place of V. A. Hicknck, removed. Dr. Illclnril iTIuriiiir. There, in nt present great rejoicing in llio whig tamp, from llio fart that Dr. MrnriiT bar. come out a nil independent candidate fur congress '' po..:iioi tn (Jul. Wcnlworlh, ...

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