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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 April 1844

T II E 0 T T A XV A FREE TRADER. same as before the coroner's jury. D'" 1 rec"1 lect sutintf before the coroner's jury that IMuhj's came between the stable ami the sU.-ks when he hoi, or that llio dog wus sitting by Morse when ho g.it there wouhj rec..llcrl if be luJ so stated. H is never Uted that Jl.irsn was J"SiintI I''"1" lips' c.ittlc. Don't kii-iw vlul .V.ire went d(n Ihere fr. Supposed thnt he went down ll"'r! 10 drive rhilipd caul.: nil- ht.i wheat. f li i I ."'''' had d.cd Phillip' cuttle several tunc hcbire this." Should think is was i r '" h ,ur a,t,,r More went out t-ef'tro the Kun cracked : It was utter sunrise when the (run cracked. It clear niorniiis. Thinks there was iioihing between the bix ivhcre be st.wd and where .U""' t '' except fence. Kesidra now ut Newark, Kfinl.ill connty. When ho got to .lom !i-ro be lay, be hollowed luck ! l'rice ami the other. Kun up toJlfrCIakcy'. Sa stated at the former cjuiiiiM'.iull. V. A. Twilling. U partially acquainted with the def...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. V Fublic Meeting. At a largo and respectable meeting of the citizens of Indian Creek held at Munontown, in the county of La Salle, and State of Illinois, on the I61I1 of April, 1844, pursuant to previous notice, for the purposo of Inking into consideration the case of the notorious James M. Phillips, and expressing our views and feelings on this subject, On motion the Rev. Wesley Hatchel lkr was called to the chair, and Samuel Wiley elected secretary. After due consideration the following resolutions were unanimously adopted : Resolved That we most deeply regret the necessity which has called us together to express our indignation at the release of James M. Phillips from justice, after a jury of his county had found him guilty of manslaughter and fixed his punishment at three years confinement in the penitentiary four of the jury believing that he ought to be hung. Resolved That we deeply regret the waul of law for the punishment of manslaughter, or if law ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 April 1844

I T H E O T T A"W A T II E E T U A I) E 11 . .TIICFJ1EG TRADER. rvaLisaco fititr bt join msE at mini osn.v, Liulie street, one dr from the north-west corner of the I'i'ilie Sjuare. ' tsuki: ' Tu;oJJ!jrs perainttrn, if paid in udcunce T.c dJUra and fifty cents if paid within tix n-nthit and three dM.iri ifiLUyed until the end of the yenr. Aforrtisem'ntt inserted at $1 per sjwvf f-r tht first initrt'j-1, and 23 rents fur each stdptml insertion. A liberal disowtt inndi to thoie ultu udctrtist iy the ytar. CZyXj lubieriturs taken fir a shorter period thin fix months. (Xj.V ' p iper diinnlin ir i until till arrearage art paid, :ics at the option if the edituri. (j--I.V comntitniculiun, la insure ut.'tntion, trvtut come free of puslnar. bus! jess CARDS. rusormi.es v. dii ku, i;.oiii.: a. iimiiu. Dickey & Vlhcr, Attorneys an I C'jtviidlors at Law, OTTAWA, His. O.Tioe on tits cast si b of tlio Public. Square, Ijt'.voL'a tho Mansion Homo nnd City Hotel, in tho rooms formerly ncru...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 April 1844

TIIO OUR COUNTS Y H E R C 0 f.l MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, APHIL 2C, 1011. NO. 45. FHITMBIl. m vv m afrsssssi JJL JUL . AJl Y V JL JLL From the New England Democrat. Keep flood Nature!. Good nature is a gem wliich alwnvs aliines brightly jn whatever ground' it is set. It cbeers the darkness of misfortune nml warms the heart that is callous and cold. In Social life, who lias not seen and felt its charming influences ? If you want to be nappy yourself, and make erery body else happy, be good nalured. Pon't let little matters rile and rufile you. Nobody gains anything by being cross and crabbed. A friend has injured vou the world goes hard yoa want employment, but can't get it or you can't get your honest dues or the fire has consumed, or the waters have swuilov.etl up the fruits of many years hard labor or your merits are overlooked or yorr faults magnified or enemies have traduced, or friends have deceived. Never mind, don't get mad with any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 April 1844

not refuse to go before tho magistrate. When lie vent to KuIxTts, bo wu not aJviscd to go before lbs magistrate." Qiritionrd by p'o'cctttor There vvasu consulliticn a to what it was lrst to do or what course In take e xcept a w 1111m lias stated. J'oii t recoiled that any course was rreommciidf Irept as tie l;a sluii-u before. Phillips' iicarrslT!f ighbar between liim ami witness, 011 the othr road, win Wallace, except Price, who livcJ about fcO rijs.!l llio rnJ. i;urrycr nvei on inm roan, n'.uut a mile from Phillips'. I!.iiiiIimI ! next, nluul a ri t i 1 0 oil J a bait 'front Phillips'; Hubert lives ne si, abiHit two iiihI u half noes or better. Jl.inis in Hubert lives h li:t'c in- in r to him than u'iiii' doe by lb.it r.u 1. Thinks bo (v ilncss) il nit live mora than two cnJ a half 1111.Y fiom Phillips', t!iu way be came. D.ttd. Ilosfoid lives across the en ck from Phillips" ami ,IrsVs, 11 lii:!n bibber up llu-'creik. If Phillips bail attempted to cross the creek oil the r.).iJ lc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 April 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. - Frinlrr'a MUsUn. To hold and trim the torch of Truth. And wave it o'er the darken'd earth ; To evay the yearning heart nf youth. And (jive the earned thought it birth ; Abroad upon thy way to fling. From nfflhy never resting wing, l.'pnn the crowds that blindly grope, In black despair, a ray of hope 'J'hiw is thy minion to thy kind, Thou mighty Mercury of Mind. From the Gieen Day Republican. Scene lu the IVnl. nt jusiou". CHIEF JUSTICE OF GREEN HAY. Perhaps some of our readers recollect the equitable and speedy method of punishing offences committed against the community, or individuals, during the reign of His Honor, Judge Rcome, Chief Justice nf Green IJay ; who measured out Justice by the half bushel and gill, as best suited him, for many years previous to the time the United Status Government took possession of Wisconsin Territory. That was not the golden age, for gold was as scarce as musquitocs in February ; so scarce indeed, that a look at a "shiner"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 April 1844

THE OTTAWA F 11 E E TRADER. i 1 THE FREE TRADER. rCfttMIIID Wr.IKLT BT joai cise & mum osjax, Lzsalll street, one dmr from the nurth'weil f" tirixar of the Public Square. t Tiasii : Tlo djUart per annum, if p'tld in otA'-MC; t:a ddart and ffit cents if putd wUliin t'x mvit&st and thrt dJ'urs ifMiyed until the c.d of the year. A hertisementsiil'rrleJ ut ft per rftaiefrr the first fieWi, mi '3 ceils fir rich mthq'tent insertion. A liberal dlicrunt made tu thoe ichu advertise by the year. frj-Sj subiCi'Unn take fir a t'l-j.lrr period than six month. p tpr dlji tll.i tfd until ail arrrsiVjn are p lid, unlas at the option f the tJ.tjr. iXyA'.l etuH u inicaJion.', to iiiuia .utlt-itiint enmr free of postage. BUSINESS r.l!lDS. TUKurilll.l t. MIl'KKT. liKOIlliK S. HH.ii II. Dickey tV Fisher, Attorney t an I Counsellors ut Law, OTTAWA, h. OiTVie on tha c.v-l sid ) of the Pu'dic Sqmre, between ih'j M insion ll ni io .iii.I City II nd, in the room formerly ocetipicj a a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

-err - TM I OTTAWA MM TI i i . . i . .. - .. " , '""t . . ,,. , . . . . 0 U R C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1844. NO. 4gT" i From the New Orlcani Picayune. - A 71 It It It, '.4. n etccmed literary friend, ho loves t explore the miliei of lierniiiil thought, has handed 01 a translation from Charles Urck.a poet of ibut land which we have here, at our friend a request Smoothed into bnghtih verse. J he German poet's lofty (though romantic) ideas of our land, arc well 'deserving nf being recorded whero American eye may read tliem. AMERICA fOF OLD.) What does my rye behold! The new world ! See! tin . . L i . t ii nrre iu inc saiea ine etr mil i iresH soar, And where the savage, roaming o'er the lea, I Lives without house or home where monsters roar. The dreadful war shriek rises in the air, . The ranuihal gloats o'er his horrid fond, Milking a human skull, with cursed care, Servo fur his driuking-cup nnd (jolilet ru'-s ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

I OTTAWA Ml OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1841. NO. 4G. 1 TIMER, 111 From the New Orleans Picayune. AUFKIl'A. .Vii etr emeJ literary friend, w ho loves t explore the mine oftiennan thought, ha handed in a translation from Cliarles Deck, a poet of that land, which we have here, at our friend's request .(Smoothed into English verBC. 'J'lio German poet's lofty (though romantic) ideas of our land, arc well 'Jenerving nf being recorded whero American eye may read them. AMERICA (OF OLD.) What doea my rye heboid 1 The new world ! See! Where to the skies the eternal f resU soar, And where the savage, roaminir. o'er the lea, I Liven without house or home where monsters roar. The dreadful war shiiuk rises in the air, The cannibal gloats o'er his horrid food, Making n human skull, with cursed rare, . Servo for hi drinking-cup nud goblet ru''t I And there vain superstition darkly reigns, And the priest bows before its ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER DlvtlOL'l.iTIC CA.XIMDA Ti: for IS 1 1ron rnusiDEXT : MJam FIN BDlliiJ.of .V.v York. ron vicr rtiEsiORXTS niCililll) 51. JOItt'SOV, of Krntnckv. t'jett luthtdecisio'i of a Xitiniml Cmivtrtt'vn. Vor Prr.l.lciiiiiil I'lcctors, A. W. OAVAULY, first circuit. JOil.V 1). WOOD, second circuit. WILMS AI.I.KX, third rircuit. A.O. KttVJN'CII, fourth ciicuit. W. A. MOilARIHOX, fifth circuit. JOHN D 13 MCI I. iu!i ciicuit. ISAAC N. ARNOLD, seventh ei.cuit. JOil.V C ALHOUN.ei ;M!i circuit. mrr x trv " "JUSTICE AND EQUAIITY." THIS FUEfi TilADKi oti.nvn, in., rii.tnr..Tir :, '. rfJ-The frirth volune if this pnjr will e riin vl a few tveek; and this i.i la 'in1' " ind:o!ni to us that pmnunt will it demmdd lifire the commenemenl if the fflh vnlttme, Oir de.nimdt art pmr.U and many i f Ihnn f Img !ttndin',iiittl t'leymust It paid, Luig-r indulgent e eanuul U May 3. TTTT1" Citnw.'ortJ. Tli corgreisioiml coriver.lior. fur this distiict, meets ut this place on the G It id licit mo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. Keninrka f Tre, At tho Juliet celebration of the liirlli day of Gen. Jackson, responding to a simultaneous call from the audience: Vhv, fellow citizens, mortal man cannot add to the glory of (Jen. Jackson. It ii stumped in letters of living li;ht upon the bright pages of his country's history. It is embalmed in the memories of applauding millions. As time shall roll along his mighty car, the halo that surrounds that great name, will grow brighter and brighter. Somo have said to me, "Turncy, is it proper to celebrate the glory of a man who is yet alive?" To such I have answered, "Why, my friends, General Jackson will never die. His heart may cease to throb his pulses may bs hushed the lustre may leave his eye but greener and greener will grow his great name, and revolution ami anarchy will never obliterate it." Look at him in a camp infested with spies and traitors within, menaced with a powerful, disciplined foe without, and yet his nerves faltered not for a ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

TIIE OTTAWA FREE TRADER THE FREE TIlADEIl. rentisitiD wnitiT bt .j: joo nisE & wiuua Qnn, 'I,:4 -Lxsalle ttrett, one dmr f-om the north-wet I earner of the Public Square. 7't-o diUirs per annum, if p iid in adM.icf,t';i3 dilUrt and ffti cents if puid whhin s 'x mnilhst and three duliun if delayed until tin eJ fifth year. A hertisemenli inserted ut f 1 per rjuai efir the first insertion, und 25 cents fr etch snh-rnntni inierlhn. A liberal dUcuitnl wide to thoe nho advertise by the year. iXjYj subscrHitrt tJun fir a i'tj.trr period than tlx month. dj".Yj piper dli".if 1.1 ted until a.'! nrrraran are p lid, unlat at the option of I fie tJ.ljiu iXyA.il eimtitinieations, to insnr: .attention, coin free tif postage. BL'SIXCSS (MUDS. TUKurillLUX L. IIICKKT. OROIKJB H. rtSill.ll. Dickey .V Fisher, Attorney i mil Counsellors ut Law, OTTAWA, III. Oi!i;e on tha c.v.t sidi of the Tu'dic Sip-ire, between ihu Mufti on II mi.c and City it el. in tha room 4 f. irm-rly occupiej as u l iw...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 3 May 1844

THEFJtEETKADEU. PUILISUKD WIEIH B JOHN BISE 4 WILLI1U OSMAS, Litalfe 'treet, one door from the nnrlh-wel cornet of the Public Sj-we. terms: Twoildltrs per annum, if paid in ad mica Tan dollars and fifty cent if paid within . Tm!h,; an t lhr dollm ifddtycd until Ike end . of th; year. A ieertiviiunlt inserted at IX per T""ef'r first inertia, a id S3 cent, for euch nhnt imerlijn. AUtouldiMMnt mndt to those who advertise by the year. (Tj-.Yj nbicriber hUen for a ohorUr per walk-in six months, ,rySpt rrdUcni:vvd until "II arrtan,Stt are paid, unlxs at the option of the editors. .17 tnm nmication', h insure ullcnUm. mt came free of nmtase. ,t,,t BUSJXESS CARDS. ..Kiinillll'l L. U1CKKT. OKOIIUV. . nusu. Dlrlcey A richer, .lllomeys an I Cowwllors at Law, ornv.i, Ills. Olhoou t!m east si la f the Public Square, het.vee.i t!iJ M.i.ui.jii miJ 'ity M.iicl, in t'.4 rwn formerly occupied a ! ":Ilcu l7 Mesrs. Farwell Holt. , ()Hri, Dec. I. 1HH. 2-f uluiiqc ii. sioaui. . iiotnuuun. IVoitIs &am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 May 1844

HI OTTAWA I OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY 10, 124-1, NO. 47. Thrown? f CIIII.DIIOOU. Ill HICMIHU HllWITT. We came to be'int from tlio nielli, An Cometh forth the morning liuht ; Tho world i tipnutiful and new ; The earth in filled with flower am dew ; Bird loudly on wind and r;iy, And we more merrily than tliey. We gather treni;tli, we rim, wo loap, Find joy in everything, and sleep, With mirth ami heauty luinliu hand We take po:ieiiMon of the land ; Life surely then U not a breath What then ha life t Jo wit! death ! A mother' love, her smiles, her tears, Am with us in those Meowed year; The seed of fond Direction sown In youth, thut strong in ago arc grown; I.ove that in part her love repay, Her sol.ico in ilccliniii!; ! iv ; I.iht, warmth in reje'it Wintry tjlonm ; i'air atar, sweet lloiioinn to the tomb. Then knowledge? comes, with manhood's noon, With rare and sorrow, all loo soon ; Tho Kprins of mystery ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. OEtlOt'K.lTIC CANDIDATE for ISIL roa president : 5I.IIIII FA BUREX, or Sew York. roa VICR PRESIDENT ! Ricaiaj JI. JOHNSM, of KmttirliV. Si'j cl tut he tccltlon nf a NMnut dt ictn on. Par t'rr.ldrmlnl ICIrrtoi-s, A. W. CAVA Rl.Y, first circuit. JOlfX P. WOnp.aecimd circuit. WILMS AU,E, third circuit. A. C. r'KK.VCM. fourth circuit. W. A. RICHARDSON, lifih circuit. JOHN DCMC.tr. sixth circuit. ISAAC N. ARNOLD. seventh citcuit. JOHN CAI.HOU.N, eighth circuit. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Ottawa, III., I'rlilny.jTlitv 10. ii l$yThe f.iurlt volume of I hit paper will expire lit a few wce'i'f and thit it to notify those inili bled to ul thai payment will be demanded before the conuntHcement if the fifth volume. Oar demandt are imull and many if thfnt nf Amr ttunding, and they mutt he paid. Lwgir indugenre tannut he given. .Uy 3. Convention!.- The congressional convention f.ir this district, meet at this iluce on trie C.li nf next month. The convention t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. From tho Missouri Republican. Am ladlna Frost. Messrs. Editors Permit to make a brief notice in your columns of an interesting and somewhat musical scene that took place at that City Hotel on Saturday last. It is known thai Geo. II. C. Melody is now in the city, v illi a party of Iowa Indians, designing to take them on a tour through the Union, and then depart with them for Europe. Last Saturday, a grand 'feast' was given to these Indian chiefs and braves, by their great father, Major Harvey, our worthy Superintendent of Indian Affairs, 'under whose sanction they now travel ; and a number of citizens were present at the hotel, as invited guests, to witness the scene. Finer specimens of the red race now tenanting the wide plains of the west, could scarcely have been selected to give people abroad a true notion of what our Indians are. Mr. Melody has brought these chiefs from the present location of the tribe, on the Missouri, about five hundred miles above thi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 10 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE 'TRADER.' THE FREE TftADEll. Sm KISE i Yi'ILLIlJl CS.7.1.V, Ltud'e ftr;ef, one dwr cum Ihe imrtfi-n-cl thvicr of the Public .Symir . T & n m : 1uj .!.'! in pf wt.ffn, if ".'! ' ' '' 7 . t,i I J.jii -:! .. c.noi h.i i i ..,-.. i.li'mr ddi.ir, ifuiltifd u il'i 1 " nft't: 'fitr. .1 .). vi.-.i iVft' k" I ' '- '' j '' l :l f-,l in.erliiii, nnd 23 iv.s , ..! .... il trlt'jit. A IUrruldi.ru ,1 m'.t.r Li ..vm' rc.e. ujcirt'se ly the ji'vr. ti':, ;.. ('tun J'"r iiwullit. urc n fi. ii,iim. .'n: :i!io:i i-l'l'ic i I . '"'. (fj1.7 d) run tutcuioii-', to i-ia.Hi III f lllim! tuil'l cunif fite nj jiwiff. IStSIXKSS IM!l!iS. TK r.u rill li.h I., mr k t:r. n i-.nin. V. s. Ki u n. Di'ey A S'i-l.er, .Ittor.ieys ail I Cotinulhra ul Lit'.', 1,7. UU. l!!s. Office on llio al side i.f the I'iiIiTm- tji.nif ic:lw on (In! Mansion li iii-f inn! ( -iiy 1 ! ! I, i tin; rooms formerly .ccupitd us u law mii: c by Messrs. I'arwell V II..H. Ottawa, Dec I, IS 13. 21 - tf Attorney and Coun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 May 1844

HI T i mm JL JL. OUR CO U NTH Y H E R COMMER C E A NO HERFREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, MAY. 17, 1044. NO. 48. MA Mill. . The Pleasant Spring baa C'aute Agaia. BT ISAAC F. BUSTARD. The pleasant spring has come again, . - lti voice is in (lie Irivn, , ; It speak from every sunny glen, , It riik'i upon the lirerzo ! The Scattered (Wits arc lowing Beneath each shady tree. The gentle winds are blowing, Oh come rejoice with me! ; The pleasant spring has come again, I hear the river's roar; It sparkles, foams, and leaps, as when My. summer skirt" it bore ! Stern winter's chiiin is rended, The gushing founts are free, And light with wnli r blended, Is d j ncing oVr the sea ! The pleasant spring has come again, All nature's heurl is yl.nl, The mountains rie like giunt men, And smile, with beauty clad; The pretty floweis are spiinging In every greenwood shade, . '.Their perfumes round litem dinging A. sweet as l.ileu made. The pleaoant spring hui come again, TIil' plou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 May 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DE.MOcn.vriu candidates far IS 11. FOR PRESIDENT : JURTU Til BCREX.of Xc;v Tork. ' ' ron VICR PRESIDENT t - RICH HID 31. JOIIXSO.X, of Krutoekv. SSjcct to the decision of a Nttianal C)ocrt,ln. Far President in I Elrclora, A. W. CAVAR1.V, first circuit. JOHN D. WOOD, secnml circuit. WII.I.TH AT.I.EN, third circuit. A. U. FRENCH. fourth circuit. W. A. 'RICHARDSON, fifth circuit. JOHN DEME.t r. sixth circuit. ISAAC N. ARNOLD, seventh cireuit. JOHN CALHOUN, eighth circuit. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE FREE TRADER. Oltnvrn, III., I''i ilnv,irliiv 17, 111. (fJ-Tte fourth volume if this paper will extire in a few week', and this it In notify thmt indebted to at thai payment will be demanded before the commencement if the fflh volume. Our demandt are tmnll and many if I hem if long ttunding, and they must he paid. hmgr indulgence cannot be given, May 3. Conventions. The congressional convention for this district, nieets at this pluce on the C.h ol next month. 1 ho con...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 17 May 1844

T II E O .T T A V A , F R E E X R A D E 11 . . " Caalrtiala in l.lfn. . . t t . . A Scene in JScio Fork City. . A physician met me. Would you like to see a curious picture of life?' said he. Of course, how far oflT Within Ound of lhat trumpet. We turned out of Broadway, and in n few moments were ;it the fool of a rude and dirty staircase, leucting up on the side of a wretched building to kind of temporary loft. The doctor opened a door, and we entered a dingy room, just long enough for a man to lay his length in it the longest way. A cobbler's bench without tools, a few scraps of old leather, and a man lying on some dirty straw in a corner with a ragged quilt over him, were all the contents of the room. Yes, one thing more a cent laid carefully on the window sill. .Have you taken the medicine V asked the Doctor. 'No sir!' 'Why not? 'Its of no use, sir.' 'How of no use?' Why, I don't want it. I'm sick of life, Doctor. I didn't send for you.' ' Here the sick man turned his back to us ...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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