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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa free trader. — 16 February 1844

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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. — 23 February 1844

mm 111 OUR COUNTS Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, llili. NO. 3C. 10 iWA fill TRADER, 2 ?0 UL21!lri f rrrm js-: n f a io . -i ,-j7 r Carrepnlar of Grirral Jfmrph Huiiih una lion, j, v. t nitioun. Nauvoo, (III.) Nov. 4th, 1843 Hon. John C. Calhoun, Dear Sir, Ai wo understand you arc a candidate for the Presidency at the next election ; and as tho Latter Day Saints, (some times called Mormons,) who now consti tute a numerous class in the school poli tic of this vast republic, have been robbed of an immense amount of property, am endured nameless sufferings by the State of Missouri, and from her borders have been driven by force of arms, contrary to uur national covenants ; anu as in vain we have sought redress by all constitu tional, legal and honorable means, in her courts, in her executive councils, and her legislative halls ; and as we have petition- ml Congress to take conizence of our suf ferings without effect, w...

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. — 23 February 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DKJIOCRVriC CANDIDATE fr 19U- FOR J'RESirKNT : KIITIX Til BURFJ.uI Xew York. tor rice president: ItfCHlRD 21. JOaXSOX, of Kentnciy. It'jtrt tuthcdedawn of a Xtl:i.'il Cunrtnlion. Tor I'rraldrullnt ICIector, A. W. CAVAKl.Y, first circuit. Ji):IN 1). WOOI, second circuit. WILLIS AI.IXX, thiol eiieiiil. A. C. FRENCH, fourth rin-ui:. XV. A. KICIIAKDSO.N", tilth titevlt. JOHN CALHOUN, eighth circuit. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FJiEK TRADKii. Otlanrii, III., Iiiitnj, I i tii iiin j 2.1, IS 1 1 'Jlir 1Mtlhrr ICItrr, Ar. For ibe lit wci k, the weather ha been cpiitc pleasant nd agreeable, appearing more l.ku the month of May than the miJillo of Ft-brii.iry. 'I'hr ice on tlio stream i rapidly disappearing, mid a few moro d iy of f ivorablo weather will clear t!ie lllinoi river of ice, and navigation will have C llllllldlCC I. I2y reference to out a.lvorli.in; citurri n it will b kcimi that the stcantr " LnSullu" will continue loruriai a regular packet on Iho river, a...

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. — 23 February 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. ,v. .V V - the use of my name for the first or second office, or neither, as advisable, my acqui escence is heartily given. To such of my fellow-citizens as are nominating me fur the ollice of the viee- ptesidency in advance of the meeting of tho Baltimore convention, my thanks arc due, and cheerfully civeu. It does not become me to condemn an honest differ ence of opinion among my friends, or to take part in favor of the one side against the other in their friendly efforts to pro cure my nomination for the office of Pres ident or Vice President. And as I could do nothing, consistent with my public pledges, in this respect, without giving dissatisfaction to some of them, the na tional convention, where a majority will rule, must dispose of me, and decide the controversy between them. In the mean lime, let every one bo ful ly persuaded iti his own mind, and act accordingly ; and no cause of complaint can exist with any, or against any. I wish, of course, to gi...

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. — 23 February 1844

II T HE OT T A W A F It E E T RADE It THE FREE TKADEil. reaiismo wuitt ar jons k WILLIAM OSSAX, Lual.'e street, one door from the north-went corner of the Public 8juure. TKHMS TcvodJhrt per annum, if paid in adramc; T dJi.tn and ft flu cent if w'-'1"'1 "x tnmth, and thru doUun if delayed until the cud vf the year. A iKrtittmtnltinterttdut f I per . r,r tU Jr,t inrtion, and 23 cent for each nUquntt intertion. A liberal dUcount made to tuone who advertise by the year. J-Xj lubscriberi taken fjr a thorler period than tix month. ZjX paper JLicmti'i'ted until nil arrearages are paid, unlus at the option of the cd Jura. r&All communication, to insure attention, tnitst come free of pontage. BISIXESS CUIDS. TaturiUi.ua i. incnar. oitouiiit a. rminH. Dickey & Fisher, Attorneys an I Counsellors at Law, OTTAWA, HI. Office on ths east side of Iho Public Square, between tuo Mansion House and City Hotel, in the room f.irinorly occupied a a law olhcc by Messrs. Farwoll fc Holt. Ottawa, Dec...

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. — 1 March 1844

THE OTTAWA I ! fill TRADER 0 0 U ft C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A ND HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1844. NO. 37. I if a TUB OTTAWA KREI TKAHKR. CANROET, Inscribed to Laura. I. Tby smile ii 1 i k tlio morning light That lifts the mitt, the clouds, and utorm From mountain brow, and leaves it height Revealed in majesty and form : For thus the shades of gloom arise. And leave the mind serenely free, ' Where'er thy laughing, full dark eyes Pour their unequalled brilliancy While moping melancholy takes Her flight, and joy triumphant wakes. ii. Tby oice is like the melting tones Of seraph-music which descend ' On fancy's ear, from star-lit thrones, . At evening hour, when natnre biennis Her thousand charms. 15 y it controll'd, The sordid passions all retire, . While love and hope their wings unfoIJ , And till the heart wilh tender fire : Waked into gladness, by thy voice, Our nobler passions all rejoice. lit. Since Heaven's high King isjuit, we'r...

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. — 1 March 1844

THE OTTAWA Fit EE TRADE It. DC.Uai'iaVIl' CANDIDATE far 1S1I FOX J'HESIDLNT : ami TIN BCREJi o! Xe,r York. for vicu pke-ioes r : RICO-ItD M. JOilSSOS, of Kfn!ntl.y. Far 'i esiileuil.nl jricelora, A. W. CAV AK1.V, first circuit. JO'.I.V I). W )i econtl ciit tit. WILLIS AM.F.X. liiirJ cir.u.l. C. r'WENCU. fourth circuit. V. A. KICJIAltDsti , lifsh i-iieuit. IS VAC X. AIINOLU, nvrlil'iVucuil. J jillX CALlKiCN. fi.'lu'.i vi-V-'. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." Ji;iJ!llKE.TIlAI)E!i. Ollntru, III., I ri.liiy, Jt'fh t, ISIJ rrrrs..-. M1V':'" ' tj'l'Ue river U w "' of lion linn fairly roniiri'-nre ! uveral Ima-, .in ve , arrived at IVnl fi""i h.'low.nn 1 business 1 iic'ivc una tin. 11m niu n i 1 - 1 l ' .. - . u ..l 1,. stMnon of t'lC year, mi l utiles wmc favii-,1 1 iili 1 a heavy fallof riin,l' 'a! will not lie ali.e to rta. 11 lliia j.law. 41 ur l"i cnl.K iiliiil 1 u t'ior. It ii timu to do unrlliiiiir in n pei t to nimii- julii n (le.iniM r a' ic raiiJitlati) for preinleiitial rlectur of ni:r c...

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. — 1 March 1844

V THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER t rV it . is Great Battle in Caucasus Loss of Sixteen Hundred Lives! A correspon dent of the Allgemine Zeitunir, in a letter from Caucasus of 9ih Dec, stales that in September last, Kchamyl tho Chief of Tschetschentsen, pressed with ten thou sand men against a Russian fortress, lion guU. Having besieged it and reduced the besieged to a slate of starvation, and also cut off all supplies of water, the gar rison, after Hunting with tine Kussian en durance six days, were compelled lo sur render. Lieut. Col. Wassilitski, who was hastening with a battallion to relieve the garrison, was surrounded, and he and liis troops were hewn to pieces. Gene ral JMagcnaii hastening out of the North, thew himself into the fortress Chunsiik. Sehamyl besieged it with y.0,000 men. Another llussiau coming up, they attack ed Sehamyl in the rear, while Plagua, making a desperate sally, drove Schamyl into the mountains. No one can ti ll the loss of the Russians by this disaster. Their...

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 March 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER THE FREE TRADER. ri'iiiiHtn fctrKiT bt JOHN HISE & nVULMB CS3.H, Liutl'e ntrert, one duor from the norti'fircit curittr of the PuWic Sjuare. TERMS S TxoJ.iHirs per annum, if p'u'J in ndi'mire; Tw iljUirs an-i fifty cents if void wit'ii.i ix inni!ht a ll ihrer dJLrt if d.lijed until the cud of Ihf. year. A loerlise '".' inserted at f 1 per rpt'tre fir the first insertion, (till 3 ecutt fir eii'h su'y"i imertiun. A libsral diwmt nude to tuie iriu. aJcirti.ie by the year. dj.Vy iithicriuzra taken fur a thi-rkr period than six months, rySipip.rd';tntirn-d until till arrturugr., are ptid, unlets at the option of the e! .-. r&Afl cwii iftniealiim , to iniurt ulentiuii, m'tit com; free of positive. !i: s:i:ss nit us. T.u)riiiLin t. iiickkt. (i.s'iuiifc . ris.ui. lk:tcy A: fisher, Altjeixryt an I Cju lullors ul .wo, OTTAWA, !!:. O.H-eon the east ki I ) of llie FuMIs Srpnrr, lint .viifi) t!i; M iini.l i II itne u-til City M"trl, in llie room fir.ii.-rly occupie...

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 March 1844

Tffl Ottawa mmmm mee trader 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. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAIICIIC, 13-14. NO. 30. sr 9 1 ji From the Home Journal and Citizen Soldier. Til E MAM OF THE II Elt.Tli r.lt; H. Br nr.ORnK i.iiiahi), ksi. Tlie eastern sky is glowing willi tlie soft warmth of ilie autumnal dawn; fir. fir ovpr IipjuI arched ilie azure dome of tlie Heaven?, and far, fir around sweeps tlie gorgeous prospect of wood and field, uprising hill and green meadow, the wood clothed w ith rainbow lines, ilie hills all dusky hrown, while the long grass of the meadows glitter with the liist fiost of autumn. Our way has lain along yonder green meadow, our f misteps erispiny the I 'll grass at every step come. b-t us rest our selves mi yonder slump nf a ci nil oak, let us look forth upon the skv from the interval hetwe.cn the shrubs vet urrcn with summer, and the ehesinul tree heat v with IVu 1 1, it -i long limits sleeping across our vi.-ioii. whi...

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 March 1844

T HE O T T A W A F II E E T It A 1) E 11 . Mrir of ronm covered ii a 'stor.r b..ln'.radr. j The northern front I ornamented iiith a In.'' -r-j .; ' . r r..,.i. f, i.ir miliums in f..ut uu.l ri rliii I ..i.h ih,,- r.,l-n. In ll.einl.'.inr. ihe northern " . . . .... .. . i. ..ii ! rniniiio I"- i i t r I ffiv l oi fini lint kiiniilv with plain . ... ... ... . m mf.. Ii d Iw! ii Int.. (IH'li'ln 111.11 1 - . . i sturroeJ wrIU. Ailv:im-'mi throiis h ii trrr.vr nl I.mi,-rolumns, the J.i-r in tin- centre op.u- inf. ul r.K.m forty l.y lliirly feet, the .vull, cover- tlA IV . .IhiiI. uLun col.l leal IM.xT Willi '!' - " '" i ' , I. ir.l. n. 'I'he ni.irl.le ehimiiey .n re mu! ii! I i I ii 110 niiiii m i!'h JiUj-ery ol iho VMinl.ivv i nM.nn- J utiJ i lnirs. i:h a rieli cr.ei, I .v.. la''.' num..-.. ii.l i.s;.!en.i l cut hi i li.oi.l. Iter. ,:iw. the - jii MMiiee of .1 rieh mi.l ctn-Mirut 'l . ,., C.i.iJi. In e.h -nl. nl I tin roo.'i m l """ " . i-.iaiiniiiiiiMiiiij; :h.rei,Ji l If;1' Miil.ire ro...

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 March 1844

T II E O T T A W A F R E E T It A 1) E It . Oregon FurCompany. A bill lias been introduced into the Senile of this Slate, to incorporate a Company to trade in furs in the Oregon Territory. It is a novel movement but one which, if carriocl into successful operation will yielirnn in coineYi the projectors. The. New York Company ( which John J. Astor is a member have coined money, and so far, brokea down all attempts at competition. The capitalists who propose to form the Philadelphia Company have, and caii command, funds sufficient to rival this mammoth corporation. This will be one way of peopling the Oregon. Pottsville ( Pa.) Emporium. Large Hogs. During the past week, two tremendous porkers where purchased by two of our merchants. The first by Nathaniel Pitkin, 111? Lake si., weighing fi73, raised by J. McClellan, of Hristol, Kendall co. The oilier, by Messrs. Dy er & Chapin, 103 Lake St., weighing 081, raised by David Kennedy, also of Hristol, Kendall co. Thus Kendall co. is a...

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 March 1844

i" THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER THE FREE TKADEK. rcaLisum wkr.nii hi jon.v MSB & WILLIAM ossn, LualU tlree.l, ote dune from the nirli-ueat turner of Ike Pulilic Sjuarc. T b r m : Too dJliri per annum, if p-t'd in wlvmct , j Tart ddltr awl fifty tr.nl if (Mid w l'il't X w nthi t i l I'irtr doll-in if Miyvl unlit the end "f y'"r' .1 U-rtistm'nh inserted at f 1 p'r square fir llit ftst inieHinn, fad 2i ee.ahfir each iidi-rfonl inert ion. A Ib'ral di.icuaat inside In l.'iase who ejeertit til Ihe near. j-Xi i'iW-WV;r,i taken fir a thjrler prriud thin six mtmth. (Tj-X) pior d.c fiti. ird ut'if nil arrange are paid, unk lit fit option ufl'u ed-lirn. dj VI ci im nietttiim-, to ina-trt ullenthit. mini titnu free ftp i-tae. umm cards. T.moritli.1 n l. oiim.T, iikoiiuk Hi ris.im. Eickey tV 1'Miit, .llltrneyi m l CouiiitUtri ut Law, or run. m.. Oli.-'l I'l cut ki U nfthe I'uMii; Hijunre. b,u-veeu tin Miisi.ni II iu ami City Hotel, in the ro.i 1)4 firnierlv nccnpicJ us J law iii'ico by Mnsjrs. Far...

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 March 1844

- v -. . lie cx nn mm aw a OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A K D HER. FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAilCII 15, 1844. NO. 39' ' ww-- I I IU I -Y Fiom die United States Gazette. ' AttacbMrnl.A Story ef Ie and Uebl. A curious anecdote was once related to tn, with name of person and place, and the date of the event, which we shall re peat for the benefit of the rising genera tion, who in their haste to carry out their views, may commit some mistake whose effect will be permanent. Mr. Rhodes was the High Sheriff of county. Massachusetts and his good name, inherited from his father, and cher ished by the son, made him not only popu lar as an officer, but rather wealthy as a man. Why Mr. Rhodes never got mar ried, the ladies could not ascertain, though they talked the matter over and oxr ve ry often ; but almost all said thcV? must have been some cause 5n his youth, (Mr. Rhodes was thirty-five, at least,) which was known only to himself, and perhaps one other. 'S...

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 March 1844

3 THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. OEnOCBATIV CASOIBATM far 1911. FOR l'UEStDKNT : 211RTIS TAX Bl'RE.1, of Sevr York. FOR VICE I'KESIOICNr : RIcniRD M. JOI1SOX, of Kentncky. Sj'jsc tuthedecUiui if a Xiliiimil Cjnccut'wn. For I'rmiilt'iiliul lienors, A. VV. CAVA MA", first circuit. JOHN 1). WOOD, ccoiid ciicuit. WILLIS A LI. F.N. third circuit. A. U. FRENCH, fourth cir. nit. W. A. HICIIAKI)"0. f.lili circuit. JOHN DSMK.Xr. sixth circuit. ISA AC N AI!.VOl,1., centh cocuit. JOHN' CALHOUN, ri-hth Circuit. IP!' "JUSTICE AND ECMUTV." THE FKEB TI.I)i:!i. Oll.iwn, 111., l ii.;T, Jlni-h 1, l- S i 1:1 another column our tvatli rs will find a full Account of the iccciit awful calamity at Wcihirig t on. We learn fro.n the C i I ." lli.it the duiies (.1 tho offico of secretary of sta!o v ill lie dscharged ley Attorney General .Wlson until a surcessor to Mr. Upshcr i appointed, and tlioo of seari.iry of ilia nivy by Com. Lewis Wui lhiii;;ton, cl.iil of the Dureuil of yard uti 1 il .'l.n, until ihe ap poin...

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 March 1844

iindiiuiBii c'apHT. ' Few among us are aware of the extv ordinary resources ami wi'ie spread puns of this remarkable society, which lias ex ercised in its barren domains a steady en terprising policy, not inferior to the East India Company itelf, and now occupies more than one ninth of the foil of the globe. The great business of the compa ny is the fur trade, of which it is now nearly the sole monopolist throughout the choicest fur region of North America with the exception of that portion occupied by the Russian. The bulk of its empire is secured to it by charter ; but it is in pos session of Oregon as debatable ground and under stipulations between Britain and the United Slates. The stockholders are British. The management of its affairs in America is carried on by "partners" so called, but in point of fact, ngenls paid by u portion of the nett income of the com pany. These are scattered in various posts over the whole territory between the Bay and the Pacific. They are chiefly S...

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 March 1844

THE FREETRADER. jmi hise & AViLLii.ii ran, LtmHe utrect, one door from the north-writ corner of the Public Sunre. TKB.MS : Ttvo dolltrs perantvim, if pit! J in adetmre; Tun dMarf mid ffti cent if paid within fix months; and thro dJlirt ifdhijed until the end of the year. A tj-rtiwn'ntsinvrledul $1 per i-ptnrcf,r tin Jirtt insertion, and 2 " cents for e'V.h sti'iy "I insertion. A liberal dUcMnt made to tituie who aditrt'fC by the year. jV, anhicribtri ttt'c; f a thurtrr'riml than nix months. gJ'.W, pi.r r di-cmli'i i'd until all arreting" are paid, unlets at the option !'' editors. Cj.17 c n n tnic.itinn, to insiu". attention, nuil en nt free if Wo"-'. nrsr.vrss nm. ritkoi'iui.i s l. incKkr. usoui.t: i. rin.it. u. , DJrkt'y A ristir, Attorneys and Counsi llurs ut .aw, OTTAWA, Ills. O.Ti:eon ill cast i !'t f the PiiMir. 8-piare, bol-vcen ihe M nsiou Il ium nml Oily II. del, in fin roo'ns formerly occupied us it luw ollic.o by Mcsrs. Farwcll t I I'lU. Ottawa, D.-c. 1. 1 5 1 I . 2 -...

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 March 1844

IOTT. 5 il .lt 'I 6 U R ' C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS yoL. iv. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAUCII22, 1844. NO. 40, ..if j-i AWA mm; - v; t.I - - if j . . . . . . ... - Annual Report or the Commis si osiers of La Salic County. The commissioners of La .Salle county, have, since April IS 13, ordered warrants to be diawn on the treasurer of said county for the' sum of $5,C20 55, in favor of the several persons 'and for the purposes nienlioncil in the following state ment, up to this date, to wit, March 18, 1844, in elusive. ,! ' - 1 "'" Paupcir Expenses from April 5, 1843, . ' ' to March, 1811. - 8 Norton, keeping crazy woioaw 13 weeks 26 CO llerfry Ueinbrick, UeepwMjauperii, an per HCi'ounl tiled, 'V V J S.1UII. t'A 1$ Jo H iplcy Drew, maliiouJsysffir pauper, Jos I'tiihtn in, " jo',' do 21 00 3 00 6 00 5 00 '1 Iiohm Mahaiivy, boarding Michael Mc ,i;ji., Mj,K n,,,f . - 19 00 Harmon Hunhut, ijiedicul atteiiff.'p-'jr it pour Mouse, T J Tine. llopli'v Drew...

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 March 1844

'n ir i. ' I ' i ir . r n r n 1 a s-v t- t 1 Illi V7 JL X V. V r IVLL 1 IV IV U j It . hit tormenters were really substantial, they mutt have some tracks behind them. The nest hight was accompanied by the same extraordinary noises ; but the super visor had provided himself with pistols, and being doubly armed with a lamp also, he proceeded down stairs as hard a he could. The imps however, were too nimble for him, and he could not even got a glimpse of them. Again did he search in every hole and corner, disturb ing the poor spiders with the blaze of his lamp ; and finding his scrutiny in vain, he was retracing his sieps, when hu re collected the sand which in his terrified descent lie had forgotton ; when lo ! and behold, lie perceived fivo or six hundred cloven tracks! Thoy were too small for old devils, and much too large for rats, and therefore he concluded they must he supernatural beings of some sort. The matter assumed rather a serious aspect, and he determined lo write to his ...

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 March 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. ayi Mr. McDuflie, "am! am willing to take my humble stack of political repu tation 'ipon the truth of the assertion, that the circumstances of ihe extraordinary coalition between Mr. Adams and Mr. Clay, furnish i strong evidence of the abandonment of political principle, on the part of Mr. Clay, and a corrupt political bargain between him and Mr. Adams, as is ordinarily required in courts of justice, to establish the guilt of those who are charged with the highest crime known to the law." We can prove these charges by the argument of Mr. Clay's own friends in North Carolina. Mr. Badger, the ex-Secretary of the Navy, and Mr. Clay's file leader in North Carolina, pro ved them most conclusively in the cam paign of 1828, and he, like Mr. McDuffie, then saw no way in which Mr. Clay could relieve himself from the condemna tion he so justly merited. We oppose Ilenry Clay, because he is still the advocate of a splendid govern ment, and the most corrupt and profligate...

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