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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 22 September 1843
THE ELMNOI TRABEM. AND LASALLE COUNTY COM M E R C I A L A D V ERTISE R. 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 OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1U43. VOL. IV. NO. 14. 1 JJLiDiiDi AFFF.CTIO.V IT W. II. 101UIHIOW. What I most prize in woman la her affection, not her intellect. Compare me with the great men of the earth What am 1 1 Why, a pigmy among giants ! But if lho-i Invest mark me, I nay Invest The greatest of thy sex excels thee not ! The world of the affections is thy world Not that of man's ambition. In that stillness Which most becomes a woman, calm and holy, Thou sitlent by the fireside of the heart, Feeding its flame. The element of fire I pure. It cannot change or hide its nature, Hut hums as brightly in a gipsy camp, As in a palace hall. CIULDKIO AT rtV. I'p in the morning, 'as goon as the lark,' Iiiite in the evening, when ftilleth the dark, Afar on the upland, or under the tree. Come the sweet voices of children to me. I am an old man...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 22 September 1843
THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER DEJIOCBATIC CANDIDATE f 1941. FOR PRESIDENT I " MARTIN TAX Bl'REX, of Xtw York. roR tics president: 1 RICII1RD M. JOn.VSOV, of Kentucky. Sidject lathe decision of a Rational Convention.) JUSTICE AND EQUALiTY." THE FREE TRADER. Oltnwn, III., Fridny, Meplrinbrr -JJ. The ('nllle Bthavr nnl Vuir. We re gratified to be enabled lo state that the arrangements fur the ajiproaching cattle fhuw ami fair tre progressing finely. A lurge number of enclosures fur stock have already been erected, and it is in contemplation to erect mie hundred, utul to have lumber on the ground for llio erection ol uj many more, if necessary, Tbe La Salle County Society, we are informed, have abandoned the idea of giving a free dinner on the occasion, a wa contemplated in the com mencement. A willingness wan manifested by the executive committee of the. society, at their first meeting, to curry out the original design, but li,:! i fill! examination of tha whole ground, they conceived the p...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 22 September 1843
V THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. The Canal Loan. The Illinois, Pe liin, Palladium contains an extiact from a leuer, received by a gentleman in that place, from Col. Oakley one of the canal agents, dated London, August 4, stating that they were to have a definite answer as to the loan Cii the 7th. The Col. thought that there was not the least doubt but that they would succeed. This is gratifying intelligence. Col. Oakley states in the? mmi letter that the commissioners expected to leave England in the steamer of tho 19th August. uucago urpr. Chiciifio Itlnrket. Monday, September 18. 65 cent U the highest rale pfiil to-duv fur Wheat Flour is selling at from J3.75 f -I 00. Corn ami oats are in demand, tho former at 37 j cents, the Utter at 23. Exprets. IIY.MEMMIj. "MARRIED In this place on Thursday morn ing last, by the Rev. D. JVf.wtox, Mr. JOHN MANLEY to Miss MANIA CASTLE, all .f this place. fXjrVc tender to the happy couple our best wishes for future prosperity and huppiness. The wedding...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 22 September 1843
THE ILLINOIS FREE Til AbER. This buil. by summer's ripening breath, May pivv a beauteous fljwor. AilJrra of t ditoi of tiik "lion nm" o coMrLrr 10 Til X rillST KIMHKK. Pfiiw, dear friend, that our work is dune, We here present you number one. Tit bo, a small sprig of a rose, On which not e'en a bud yt grow. That it is Inte.'full well we know, And yet, we trust, 'mid frost and snow, V "nil (fiioso quil! a cari and strict attention, And many arts we need nt Mention, To keep our "Ilud'1 from U-iusr blight, d, E'en when tho winter fires ate lighted. Hut there'a one thing that no will nu nii iii, If you will pleaso to ny attention, Vou will not find upon our puues The musty lorn ol liy-rtoiio ar ; Not even, to plcao our animus mother, Will we tiresome to filch front utlicis To make them think thrir hopeful (fiushler Are (roinj to make such inhihly authors." Ho, if you'll jiiHt excu-w tho blunder Which idiall appear in our first nuuihers, Wo may, perhaps, in future iliiy, Present you with...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 29 September 1843
FREE TRADER AND LASALLE COUNTY CO M MERCIA L A I) V E R T ISER. OUR CO UNTR Y H E R COMMERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY. SEPTEMBRR id. 1B43. NO. l3. THE Wilt O'CH THE I.OKEI.Y 1111.1,4. IT A. A. HCLIII, D. D. When o'er tho lonely bills at eve, Tho last faint ray of sunlight fade, With thoughtful Meps tiie world I leavo, To dwell in twilight's shade. And there, oh God ! in deep devotion, The spirit from its prison free, Sigh o'er the Irerulilni chord's emotion, And breathes its hymn of lovo to thee. Sure to this holy hour is given The harmony that music brings ; When, from hur own enraptured heaven. O'er this dark world some angel sings: Oh may the soul's desire, revealing In plaintiff sadness all its woe?, Bring back once more that glow of feeling, Which gives the wounded heart repose. From Schiller's " rilgiim." THI! NORM OF I.IFK. Life's fust beavis were bright around nic, When I left my futlier's cot, Breaking every tie that bound me To that dee...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 29 September 1843
E5 THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. DKJlOf'JiATIC I A:DI DA I K far 1SII. TOR PKKSIDEXT : HARTIX VAX Bl'REX, of New York. for vici: musiBFNT: MCIURD M. JflWilV, of Knitiifky. Sdjvl to l.'u Aciu'im of a A'ii'ui.('-'iir"i"" "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." the iw mwmi Olliiwii, III., Friday, KcptctiilM r M!. IS :J 1 be I'o it. The third annual cuttle-show and fair of the Union Agricultural Society, and ilio second exhi bition of (lie I.a Hallo L'ouniy Agricultural Socie ty, were held in this place during tin: it nwt, agreeably to previous notii e. Notwithstanding many dia dvintagcs attended these cxhibitiona, a very general npirit was rimni fouled on this occasion in thrir f.ivor. The warm and wet weather which preceded the days nppniti teJ ftr tbu exhibition ; tho unuiu.d favorable season for sowing am) oilier ont-woik of Ihe. fir mer; unil other considerations equally weighty end important, prevented many from attending crpeciully thosfl wh.i ri!o at a distance. Ve t' all things considered, the num...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 29 September 1843
FREE TRADER. FROM EUROPE. Correspondence of the Western Ciliz'n. AMERICAN IMIOVIKIONS I lS.-Wil.AND. London, July 27, 1843. Mr. Editor In a former letter I com municated somewhat respecting tlie anti- corn-law league, and the efforts which the friends of free trade are making to tiled the repeal of existing icstrictive laws in respect to trade. I am well aware that the people of Illinois have a deep interest in the slate of the provision market in this country, and as it is important that they possess correct knowledge in respect to it, I have taken considerable pains to obtain such information as they may rely upon I have been greatly aided in these inqui nes by the polite attention and aid of Messrs. Phillips & Co. and Geo. W. At wood & Co. provision merchants of this city : to cither of which firms, I would here say, that the merchants- in the west may conseign their porvisions with the utmost confidence that the same will be attended to and disposed of at the best ad van...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Illinois free trader and LaSalle County commercial advertiser. — 29 September 1843
THE ILLINOIS FREE TJlADEIt. ILLINOIS FBEE .TKADE1J, fchiisuku wimt bt JOHN DISK 1 WILL! AH (ISlil.X, Luialte street, one dtor from Ihe uorlk-uctl torncr of the 1'uUic S poire. Tin : V'.en il,lLtr and ft if eenls per annum, if paid t t". .ii.... .r ....i J.,:.ll.,f,lr Itif m liar "ice ; liirar umuis u " -j - ' xp,ru'.un i.j utrjirn uc ww., ... r..n.ipc';i i J ytu , '.liixriixrmcni) iiMiifd at f I J'tr muui' f,r tht jirtt insertion, and " cent for tack tuliffjunil insertion. A LUrat iliirnunt imulc to those win, advertise I j the irar. JTj'.Vj subscriber lat.cn fir a shorter period than six Months. fXyXi paper tVmmtlnutd until oil arrearages ore paid, units at the option "ft!? id.urn. (Xj'Ail. eniiuniiHicatwiif, to imiiit attention, mutt mine fret of postage. Bi'ii:ss nil us. UtOUOE II. BOIIHia. V H. Iinl.llllook. Norris A: IlolSirook, Attorneys anil Counsellor at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA. ,11. 1.. Office in the new com) house, So, .p, .Ninth-cast corner room. Tiixortli...