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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 February 1843

SFREE TWA A N D L ASA LI E C O U N T Y C O M M E It C I A L A 1) V E It T I S E It. OUR COUNTR Y H E R COMMERC E A ND HER FREE INST IT U T I 0 N S . VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1U43. NO. 38. f ID)inL; II II II: II 1 II II A U A 11 MM J. I I L I iJywAMiUUCv if. S v ; Waihinstonian Temperance Songs. PARODY OS THB STAR SPANGLED BANNER. Oh, wy can you see, by the signs of the time, That men are reforming, themselves setting free From all that destroy their bodie and mind, Resolving to plant a new liberty tree. Their condition no more ' ' ' They lament and deplore ; ' ' Their bandage is broken, Their thraldom ia o'er ; - For the temperance banner In triumph doth wave, ' O'er the heads of the rescued, Free aona of the brave. In the past plainly seen thro' the midst of their teara, Is the sorrow and anguish and pain they have sufIWd The sad lota of all that to manhood U dear The time when none kindness or sympathy offered But the trial has past. Thou eh lona it did las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. v. i V f ft r f It Is.V : 1, 1 1 -JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FiiEE TRADER. Ottawa, III., Friday, Februury 31, ISM '., The t'nnnt Bill S;mctl. We have this week the gratification to announce ta our readers that llie canal hill has passed both liouses of the, legislature, and is now the law of the land. It passed lh) senate finally on Mori day lust, with a few unimportant amendment, which wcro concurred in by lho huic on the amo day. 'J'he hill lias teased in such n shape. a i thought to he beat calculated to procure the completion of tho canal without loo much opprcssing thoso who are interested as contractors, hold ers of scrip, &c. The enemies of the cauul iti the senate fought hard agsiust tho hill to the last, and it wa not until the fin'il vote was tul.cn thut it friend were completely relieved from tiieir anxi ety about its pjno.;e. The question that now greets the car tit every turn is, "Will the money be advanced V It is of course, ot pre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER: Female Defaulters. h has been the practice in the post office department to appoint the wives of deceased postmasters as their successors, in those cases in which it was agreeable to the people. This practice has been in operation a great many years, and the number 01 lemates who have thus held oflice is quite large. Durine all this time there has not occurred a single instance 01 defalcation among them. Though it is no compliment to a person to be honest and faithful, (for this is a matter of duty,) yet it is especially ho norable to be so amid those times and temptations in which many fall astray. jy. x . E v. Post. 7anti7n. ThePhiladelphiaEvening Mercury fathers the biting paragraph thus commenting on the advice of some newspapers to Mr. Botts, of "heading memory, to hang himself: "We should be sorry to see him embrace that rccom mendation. It these serious times we are unwilling to spare any thing it to be laughed at." Information fVantcd. Elisha Hall, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 February 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. i ' f ; f 1 u I!iX i r i ? . P, '1 it ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, r i-iLisniu vrer.KLT iit : joim hise & wiliiam osn.w, Lj SjIU tfreet, one door from the north-west . turner of the Purine Sptute.- ' " ' ' '" ' ' ". .'terms; " .. Two JoViarsand fiftv cents per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollar if not puiJ before (he expiration of the first mi mouths; And three dollar and twenty-tive cent if delayed until the end ef the yoar. Advertisements imerted at 51 l"r iuare for tho 2nt insertion, and 23 cent for each mil) iuen. inortion. A liberal discount made I hose who advertiso bv the year. rr Va sulusribera taken for a shorter period . . than six month. QT.N'a paper discontinued until nit arrearages ra paid, utile at tnc option oi me tuiir, ,4 3 All communication, to ensure attention must bo post puia. BCSISESS CARDS. SCO. H. KOHH1S. JJH1 MIHIIKALL. Norris & lihoSuII. Attornies and Counsellors ul Law, am Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, ILL....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 March 1843

I-FB.EE TRAM 73' Ld. 1U," AND LAS A LI E C O U N T Y C O M M E 11 C I A L A D V E It T I S E R. OUR C 0 t N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NDHER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1843. NO. 39. . ( - From the Zion's Herald. Tm KighlecH llaadred Frly-lhre. DxHX 1!T0 XTSTF.B10CS TEAR ! tht ttrlj last To dawn upon this wonderous globe and asl, The last which time's long catalogue displays, (So tay the prophet of these latter days.) Calmly thou stealest now upon the earth, la princely guise, a monarch from thy birth: A thousand beauteous worlds the eye may trace, Suspended, moving in the realms of space, Each, every one, upheld, restrained, confined In close subjection by the Eternal Mind ! Thou hast no omens of forthcoming ill, Tho faithful ou with dread dismay to fill; No signs portentous burst upon the eye, Around, bclovvi or in tho blue-arched sky ; As when thy noble predecessors came, All things material remain the same, Essentially ; there is no fearful ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 March 1843

1 "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FKEE TBADERT Oliawa, III., FritUy, Mnrrti 3, 1343-Q-The Canal Lair, which has passed iho legislature for the completion of the canal, will be found in to-day's paper. Per ms who Jj tint f.lm tka mi. will J.i met I to nreaorvs lai number for future reference. (j3Ctt!ijre adjourns t'-morro vs. Our Icjis- " Uture on Monday nsxt. Illinois Stay l.nw. 4 The question as la tin constitutionality or the stay or valuation law pasted by the legislature of this state iu IS 11, U about to lie tried by the supremo court of the United States. It has been brought before that tribunal by Arthur Uronson, a i-Uiron nf n York, under the follow ill ir state Ui I AC IS I uruiiauu uau i.ilu in mi court of the district of Illinois, for the foreclosure of mortgajo executed by John II. Kinzic, s citizen of the state of Illinois. The mortgage bears ilsteiu 1833. It contained a power to sell, in the usual form, the surplus to be paid over to the mortgagor. On the 17th of February,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. DesMcatuic BUM Cacali. . In conformity to previous notice, m meeting of members or (he Democratic party, from various parte of the State, was helJ in the Hal! of the House of Kepresentati-cs, oa Saturday, the lath int. Oa motion, tho Hon. Wiuut L D. Ewixe waa unanimously chosen l'resident of Ihe meeting; Lieut. Gov. joas Moait,and the Hon. Same si Hacklbtos wore chosen Vice I'residents; and Wiliia Waitibs and Jossru U. Duxcax, appointed Secretaries. Col. John McClcrnand, stated tho ohject ef the meeting. He said that due notice had been given, and this roeuting had assembled for the purpose of taking into consideration tho subject of tho appointment of delegate to a National Convention, to be held for the purpose of nominating Democratic candidate for President and Vice President. This Convention he highly approved. It was necessary for the great purpose of union and harmony. The convention system had, heretofore, secured their great objects. It was necessa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 March 1843

4 f THE : ILLINOIS FREE TR ADER . ' i. i I 15 l' ! t ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, f riraimnito wiiRti sr , : . JOnX DISE t WILLIAM OSSIACO I La Salle street, one imr front the tiorti'ivesl turner of Vie Public &puie ... i TIRNI t I Two Jollaraand fifty eenteperannum, if paid f la advance; Three dollar if not paid belore h ; expiration of th first six mouth; Ami three 1 dollar and twenty-five cent if delayed until the nd ef the year. v; Advertisement inserted at 51 per squsrc for the. 3rit insertion, and S3 cenU for each uhsquoii; insertion. A liberal discount uutde to : i. those who advertise Ly the year. J erj N ubseriber taken tit a ehortcr period than aix months. :' .-.r- QTiNo paper discontinued until an arrearage are paid, unlet at the option of the editors. , Of? All communication, toeniurc attention, muat be pd.il paid. .' " J " BUSINESS CARDS. SO. B. HOIIRIS. JAMES DIRIISAIU Norrii & BirSall. Atlornies ail Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, ? - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 March 1843

. truer. FREE TRADE THE MJNOI AND LASALLE COUNTY COMMERCIAL A D V E II t ISER. 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, MARCH 10, 1813. NO. 40. Oregon The IVeir El Dorndo. We derive from a long letter in the National Intelligencer, the following sketch of the Territory lieyonJ the Rocky Mountains, which has recently been the themo of debate in the U. S. Senate : Within a few years several Americans, of whom the writer of this notice is one, have crossed the Uocky Mountains to the mouth of the Columbia, with objects entirely unconnected with trade or commerce. Mine was the desire to see a new country, a lovo of adventure for its own sake, and an enthusiastic fondness for natural history. The party with which I travelled left Independence, Missouri, about the latter part of April, 1834,jnd arrived at the British fort Vancouver in September, having performed the whole journey on horseback. From this time until October, 183G, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 March 1843

f THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. . - r : i ! i " V iid V ' -it V 1 " IV 3 . i.f t; 5 i-' ' :'! f it' - 111'. n) H:1 I) r - i : I i ; iff ' 1- .'A - ' ' A. .- 4.C i-'l 'JUSTICE .AND EQUALITY." St, THE -FfiEE-TRADE B. Ottawa, III., Friday, !Jnrrh 10, 1811 Repent ef the IlnuUriipl I jut. . ' On Saturday evening, the 23lh u!t., the hill which had previously posscd the house of rcprcentativee, f.ir the repeal of ihe bankrupt law, pawed the senate of tho Cnitcd Stale, without a ' single amendment, by the dcci.ive vote of 32 to 13. All the demacraU present and l'J whis vo le J for t!ie repeal. The eminent ability of bi successor can alone prevent his withdrawal from being; a serious lost to the state. Thoxpsos CMPBru,wcII known in the north ern part of the state ai a young man of splendid attainment, has been appointed secretary of state it the place of Ltma THiiMnuit, removed by Tho:na Ford, wlio, it la beginning t be under- stood at Sj ringfirld, is governor of Illinois f A lull, which had pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t P a u eutior ol tao Nashua (N. H. Telegraph tell rather hard but a good story of a dog. We give it in hi own word : Every body remembers Dose. His piaster once took a partner in business. For tome days lie dogged his steps constantly wherever he went, and intimated, in his way, that he thought he was "making himself rather familiar on a slight acquaintance ;" but Uose was not a dog to do anything rashly, and he therefore "laid low" "and watched the movements. At length the sign of the new firm was raised Hose walked out into the street, set himself on his hunches, as dogs have a way of doing, and read it carefully, ile went in, grinned an humble apology to his new master, and dogged his steps no more ! A Saddler in the U. S. Senate. William Allen, the present distinguished and talented senator from Ohio, was, some 20 years ago, an apprentice to the saddler's business in this place. Some of our citizens, who knew him when he resided in Lynchburg, say that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE "TRADER.' i hi-,.. 5 " . ILLINOIS FREE TRADER, rcBLisuco wikk.lt nr B jon.v dise & william os.n.n, La Salle street, one door from Le rwrlh-vet turner of the Public Sjuare.' , TsitMi: - - TwodollaMandfifiycentspcrannum.if paid in advance; Three dollars if not paid before the expiration of tho first mi numb; Ami three : dollars and twenty-five cents if delayed unli lh end f iho year, - - Advertisements inserted at $1 per square fur lha 5rit insertion, and 35 cento for caen u;iavition: insertion. A liberal discount made lo ih mc who advertiso by the year. (j No subscribers taken fjr a shorter period tban six moniDK. (TXo paper discontinued until all arrearages ire paw, unless at ine option oi uic cuuors. CCj All communications, tocnuic attention, must ue poil puid. BCSI.VESS fARDS. ' EO. M. SOttBIS. JAMES II ill USA L U IVorri A: Biislsnll. Attornies and Counsellors at Lair, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA, IU,. Office in the new court house, N'o, 5, No...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 March 1843

THE ELMNOI 1 tf'Xi M -a.r .a. i ! mmmr ji a si mm .a . m a AN D - LA SALLE COUN T Y C O M ME RCIAL ADVERTISER. OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NDHER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. III. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1C43. NO.42. s IIS, miLLER'S WO It Ei U OX FIRE! I was sitting in a warm, neat little room, enjoy Ing a first-rate regalia segar, with my head thrown back in a contemplative position, and my heels mounted on the mantle, when I had one of Fat. on Miller's visions, in which I saw the conllagra tion of the universe. I had just swallowed his prophecy, like many other good people, and while I was digesting it, I saw with his eyes and heard with his ears. As I gradually sunk into my re. vcrio, I witnessed the following grand, glorious, and suhlime scene, and my imagination took the following brilliant and beautiful flight: The lleav'ns were parted: on his golden throne 1 he angel Gabriel sat and sigh d alone ; That when his voice should roll around the sky Creation mus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 March 1843

V 5- rV, ftv 1 tHi h. - "JUSTICE AND FQUALITY." THE FfiEK TRADER. Oliawn, III., FrUlaj, March 31, IS43Q11 Nunc f We have before us sheet purporting to bo an MIsuiPKansxT DiMOt hat," printed at Spriirjfield, and bearing date March 0. Xo editor i announced, and ihe public arc thus I. ft in the dark as to iU paternity. However, the sheet itself bears tho Indelible mark of a notorious midnight clerk," bring dirk, U:mrl, lime and halt, and hut "la? mate up." Wo must confess this mysterious stranger takes ns somewhat by surprhe, a it reflects on the itato Hegistcr, at also on Gov. Ford. What ! Canada IVk abuse tho Itcgistcr, heretofore t!.o god-father of all hia tins! I it possible that the notorious " Springfield i lirjue" U broken up. :nd (hat the "Forty Thieves" are robbing ami pluude ring each other ! " It i it tmit he so, or else why thU" war within their own camp ! Time alone can disclose the na'.uro, extent, and rcault of thin new movement. Wc are led to believe Gov. Ford will not ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. TOE COB1ET. There has been an unusual light obscrvablo for several nighls past in the southwest. When it first appeared it was generally supposed to bo the zodicul light, a phenomenon not uncommon at this season of the year, but subsequent observations Iiavc proved it t be a Comet of unusual size. The following diagram, drawn by Mr. Uasnett, shows the position and extent of the Comet's tail, as it appeared on the 22d of March, at 8 o'clock, P. M. The tail in the diagram is 30 deg. long, and from the convergence of the rays it is at least CO deg. long. fwi? U cuUrn EXPL WATIO.V. Y r. 1 represents tho Cornel's nil. Fig. 3 the r.,pi il.ir. Fig. 2 tiro So'alitial C lure 0!) Jr;j. lVoin the Vi-iiml L'i;uiiu X. Fie;. Siiic.H. The tilats rcprctcnt tho CJiistellatiou Orion. Ottawa, mmeli 20, 8 o'clock I'. M. in the plane of its oil.it, this orbit must be inclinMxsn. K.Llara It is well known to this corn- cd twcity or thirty dcgiecs to the ccliplic, and, murrity tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 24 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. s . 1 i i it 11 It V i. i " n ele;c:3 free trader, rVBKISKBD VCCKLY ST im EISS 4 WILLIAM 0SS.W, v. La Salle rtrttl, one door from the nurlh-wesl torntrtf the Public Sjuart. "v ' " tiixi: Two dollars and fifty cents per annum, if paid in advance; Three dollar if not paid before the rmralion of the first six niOUtus; And throe dollar and twenty-five cenU if delayed until the end f the Tear. Ailfertisements inserted at SI per square for the irit insertion, and 23 cenU far each subasquen: insertion. A liberal discouut made to those who advertise by the year. (Tjf No subscriber taiion for' a sUirtcr period than six months. (j3"No paper discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, unless at the option the editors. Cj Allcorainunications, to ensure attention, must be postpaid. 10. B. 50BKIS. HIUIISAIL. Norrts & lSlrdall.' .ittornies an. I Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, OTTAWA. II. I.. Office in the new court house, No, 5, Xoith-cast cor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 March 1843

" ' " " " ' ' ' " , A N I) L A SAL L E C O U N T Y C O -M M E R C I A L A 1V V. E It T I S E R. 0 U R C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D H E R FREEINSTIT UTtONS VOL. III. The Two Ifimilrri! Million Scheme. On reading IV. Cost JJinson't scheme for paying; , the stale dtbta. , BT JESSK E. 1)0V. " . i !, ." i. ' My country! U there nono to feel Thy deep contrition, and thy shame 1 Hun Chivalry no guardian uteel To flash hefore thy vcslal flume'! ' I independence lost in debt, ' - And hag the tar of glory set 1 Ye doubting sons of noble sires, Look out upon your mighty land ! See science by the village fires, And strength in every toil-worn hand ! Above the starry union waves . Below the dead fill glorious graves ! Vain men, forbear, nor bid the wave That dashes on the rocky faco , Of Nature's western architrave, Shrink back to its old rest'tnir place : ' Nor bound, nor rest, nor ebb nor flow Shull life's eternal billow know. ; What checked the Scandinavian horde, Whon onward its...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY. THE FREE TRADER Oltawn, III., Friday, Mart b 3 1, 1 S I t fjCourt meoU at th'n place to-day. 1 1 i-t Honor Judge Robissox arrived in town on WednJay tvoning, and ha taken room at the Mansion House. He look well, and is in fine health ami spirit. Little it i thought will le doricin court before Monday. Stranger aro already fl.wkirig into town in number, anil among (ho lawyer from other place who ro already here, we notice Mr. District Attorney Fridley Messrs. Davis and Fell of Bloomiugton ; and our friend Mr. Peters, of Peoria. j-.Messrs. Oakit.t and Kvav have k ft for the East, to negotiate for iheranal loan. Mr. H. loft thi place on Wednesday evening lust. The Hlar Imvt DerUivn. In compliance with the request "f a number of our subtcribcrs, wo have placed on our first page thi week the opinion of Chief Juaico Taney delivered in the case of Bronson v. Kinzie et al. In reply to the often repeated question, will our judge take tho decis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. fXj'VVe eitnct tho following from the Report of the Commissioner of the Patent Office, publisbed by direction of Congress : Plusi for Baildiag Cke.a. Coilnfc. After selecting a suitable spot of ground, as near the place of building as practicable, 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 inches long. After the clay is well tempered with working it with cattle, the material is duly prepared for making the brick. A mould isthen formed of wood, of the size of the brick desired. In Lingland they are usually made eighteen inches 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 then plac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 31 March 1843

THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. t. itm ?'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. O...

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