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T II E I LL INOIS FREE T It A D E 11 ;
THE FREE TRADER.
OTTAWA, Friday, July 17, 1S40.
' Opposition to a National Dimh, as fraught with
A..n n,..- e, institutions and to ike liber-
tic of the pemtkjrom it necessarily gnat and
eontroUingp,mer over the general currency and
business of the Wiry. yr; f"m
... n(r Suatem, as defective in principle
and unsafe in practice, and retpuring a radical
reform. A Wliu acpuruiionuj me jmui nmcmis
f nnuernment from all Bunking Institutions,
i the best iruarantee fur the preservation of our
National Independence. Encouragement to all
lianas, oiisea ujiuh vu principles, wun ine
ability and disposition at all times to redeem
their bills in gold and silver, and an express pro
vision in all Bank Charters, requiring ample
security to be given to the Slate for the redemp
tion of their issues in specie on demand, ami the
perpetual subjection of all acts of incorporation
to the control oj me legislature.
A graft for the Illlnoh Frre Trader.
The following gentlemen arc authorized to act
Qiront.i of this paper, viz :
vr!TT, Pu, La Sallo county, 111.
D. 8. Enmtsoi, mail contractor.
0. . Miller, Dayton.
Pi, O. Smith, Smith's MiIIb.
j isox OtiRLBT, Troy Grove.
1.. W. Disimock, Vermilionvillc.
JisxRV Phillips, Munson, (Indian creek.)
' C. W. Kktsolm, P. M. Pontine. -
Ries Mohoan, Morpan's Mill.
Tames (i. Clapp, HriKtol. Kano Co. III.
William Raxet, near Van Burcn.
(TjjPost Muster, and other individuals rest
ding in La Sulle and the adjoining counties, who
aro willing to act as agents in their respective
neigM orhoods, will please make the same known
to us, by mail or otherwise.
ti ' 1 11 1 '
Vol. KiiUiird OT. John sun.
Mr. Werwter, according to the Washington
'correspondent of the New York Journal of Com
merce, in his remarks upon the bankrupt bill, paid
a high compliment to Col. Johns ox, our present
able and worthy Vice President and democratic
republican candidate for re-election to that high
and important station, lie said :
"'The number of persons subject to iiu
prisonment fcr debt here, was greater than
all the world beside. In England, im
prisonment for debt, without imputation
"of fraud, has been abolished ; arrest for
debt was no longer known to the law? of
that realm. He believed that the thne
was not far distant when the laws relating
to debtor and creditor, would be looked
back to with astonishment. Here Mr.
Webster made a beautiful apostrophe to
the Vice President, Col. Johnson. It is
now twenty years, said he, since you,
Mr. President, prompted by a native sa
gacity and kirtdicss of heart, and anticipa
ting results which the wisdom of the age
has been slow to arrive at, first introduced
tlie law for the abolition of imprisonment
for debt. Mr. W. proceeded in an elo
quent manner to indicate the effects of
that movement of Col. Johnson to thank
him for it, and assure him that he had the
thanks of thousands of grateful hearts
and moreover to tell hiin that the country
looked to him for his advice and aid in
1 tarrying through this measure."
From the Extra Globe.
Ureal CorUalty ! A Whig Blncksmiih !
' Have they not sword players and every sort
Of gymnic artists, wrestlers, riders, runner,
Jugglers, and dancers, amies, mummers, mimics?"
The federal party have brought all this,
and much more, into the electioneering
arena. They have log cabins on wheels,
with decorations of coon skins-, gourds,
strings of red pepper, &c. ; canoes on
rollers freighted with travelling orators,
ballad singers, and cider barrclls, Ac.
But the latest accesion is one quite novel
in a political raree-show in our days,
though figuring conspicuously in the time
of IIudibras. This is a great Bcnr"
or bore, which the National Intelligencer
describes as a " Buckeye Blacksmith."
" .We Qve tnc introduction and the feats of
this prodigy, as shown off in yesterday's
; Intelligencer :
"The Buckeye Blacksmith. A ncene of
unusual interest was witnessed in our city oh .Sat
urday evening. A handbill had been circulated
during the morning, announcing that Mr. John
Bear, known as the eloquent Buckeye Black
smith,' wduld address the people at 8 o'clock, in
front of the City Hall. A largo concourse of our
citizens accordingly assembled, in eager expecta
tion to listen to a gentleman the fame of whose
SxtraGrdinary powers of oratory had preceded
him. Mr. Bear, however, had not returned from
nockville, where he hud engaged to speak to his
fello-citrzens. After tho audience had patiently
waited his arrival for some time, Gen, Jones, the
chairman of the Republican Committee of Sev.
enty-six, explained to tho meeting tho cause of
Mr. Hear a detention, and expressed his hope that
the interval would be occupied by some of the
gentlemen present Gen. ' J. observed that he
1 rose, not for the purpose of making a speech
himself, but only as an entering wedgo for others.
The expression not being distinctly heard, ho was
requested to repeat it, which he did, adding that
having inserted the wedge, he relied on some
fqend to maul the log, and should call on a gen
tleman of distinguished patriotism and ability,
known to them all as having already mauled this
Administration till it was black and blue, his friend
Mr. Bell, of Tennessee. The call was enthusi
astically seconded by the audience, and Mr. Bell
' responded to it. After humorously remarking
that he had never expected to feel pleasure at be
ing connected with a " bear," he proceeded to ex
press Wie gratification with which the connection
. on the present occasion inspired him."
There is " humor," indeed, h ! Mr.
Beil, we cannot stand this J you are too
witty ! This lively gentleman, whom the
Intelligencer describes as humorous,"
had doubtless been studying " The Com
plete Jester, or every man his own fool."
We think that " hard cider" must have
been very abundant on the occasion, for
y? the Hon. Mr. Briocs told his henrers,
that he " well remembered" his father,
who was a blacksmith, as having worked
at the furnace, till he was summoned from
it to take post at Bunker Hill !" Mr.
Bricos is a comely young gentleman, who
would not be flattered at being taken for
a man of forty, and the battle of Bunker
Hill was fought only about sixty-five
years ago. but when " blowing the bel
lows of W higery, a lapse or lapsus of
thirty years, is a mere trifle.
But to return to the main question, as
they say in Congress. It seems that the
higs have at length succeeded in catch
ing a blacksmith, a real blacKsinnn,
though one to "feeble" to follow his
manly occupation. They are so prouu
of their prize (a Whig blacksmith is such
rare earne) that they arc carrying him a-
bout for exhibition, as if he were a bear,
in fact, as well as in name. They could
not make more parade over a black swan
Only fancy a Whig blacksmith ! Who
will now deny that the Whigs are the real
people, the Democracy, since they have
caught a blacksmith. There can be no
doubt of the fact, for they are actually ex
hibiting this giant curiosity at the corners
of the streets. He is " a rather delicate
specimen of his craft," to be sure, but
then he tells us that the Administration
has rendered his occupation " unproduc
tive," so that he could not obtain work if
he were strong enough. Horses no long'
er wear out their shoes; bolts and bars
have ceased to rust, and wagon tire lasts
forever. How the real hardworking sons
of Vulcan must scorn this pretender, who
has taken up the trade of spouting and
ballad singing, under the pretence that his
" occupation is gone ! But hear the fi
nale from the Intelligencer :
" The Governor (Mr. Tope) was In the midst
of a most interesting description of Gen. J far
rison's churucter and services, when, the arrival
of Mr. Bear being announced, he terminated his
"Mr. Bear was conducted to tho stand, and ad
dressed tho meeting. Mr. Bear concluded his
address iibotit II o'clock, much against the will of
his delighted auditors. He complied with their
wishes, so fur us U sing a patriotic song, culled the
'1 'ippirnu . Ji'liring.
"io great was the enthusiasm of the moment,
that Mr. Bear was not allowed to wulk through
the gate in front of the City Hall, but was home
over the fence on the shoulders of his fellow-citizens.
They escorted him in a sort of triumphal
procession to Miss Corcoran's boarding house,
where he had engaged to meet Col. Swift,- the
Mnynr of Philadelphia. Mr. Bear left tho city
yesterday afternoon, in company with Colonel
Swift, for the purpose of addressing the citizens
of Philadelphia this day. On Tuesday or Wed
nesday, be is to make an address in Baltimore s
and on Thursday, we have some reason to hope
that he will bo in Washington again."
So, at the end of his marvellous har
angue, the eloquent gentleman was called
upon for a son?, when he struck up a
Tippecanoe ballad with great fervor.
Here the audience showed their real sen
timents. 1 hey would not dare to treat
with such contempt one of their own sort,
but think it perfectly fair to amuse them
selves at the expense of a blacksmith.
Would they ask one of their regulat ora
tors to sing for therri in the public streets?
W otild they,. upon tuch ah occasion, call
for a song from Mr. Clay, a catch from
Mr. Webster, or a ballad from Col. Pres
ton ? Why did thev not call upon Mr.
Bell, to celebrate in a song, " his connec
tion," his nuptials with the Bear : A
sentimental ditty from the mouth of the
" humorous Mr. Bell, on such a theme,
would have been quite in character. Ay,
but thi3 poor man is only a blacksmith,
and is, therefore fair sport for the city
gentleman. With all their pretensions to
popularity, the Whigs do not know how
to treat a mechanic with common decen
cy. We have too much respect for hon
est labor, to see a blacksmith led about to
make sport for Whig cockneys. The
audience were so much delighted with his
humiliating compliance, that they took the
duped performer on their shoulders, and
bore him ofi" in mock triumph. Only
think of this, Mr. Pleasant, for a " filthy
mechanic," as you would call him, or a
" huge paw," as Mr. Tinker Buckingham
would call him ! We would recommend
this Federal ballad-singer to return to his
honest culling, He should know that a
true blacksmith is a much more respecta
ble man than the loafinr loungers for
whom he is employed to make sport. Of
this we are Convinced, that by none are
these degrading mummeries more despis
ed, than by tjie true people whom they
are vainly intended to deceive and debase.
so multilatcd that they could scarcely be
recognised as those of a human being.
omriABV. . . ,
DIED In tliis idace. on Wednesday last.
Charles E. only child of Dr. II. llurlbut, aged
So young ! to pass away so soon !
A mother's hope, a father's pride ;
Sunk to tho darkness of the tomb
Scarcely a bud before it died !
Farewell if innocence can prove
A passport to eternal bliss ;
Thoti, the last pledge of a mother's love
Hath sought a world more bright than this.
The free sprightly innocent birds are
all good democrats. Riding into the
country the other day, as is my custom,
Mr. Editor, in the afternoon, I came across
my old and lively friend, the boblink,
pinging and chattering, as is his wont, in
a neighboring field. His "song and re
citative" ran thus: Boblink, boblink
fine day, fine day turiloo, turiloo Mar
tin Van, Martin Van good fellow, good
fellow democrat, democrat all's ripht;
go ahead, never fear, blow 'em up: Log
cabin, log cabin hard cider, hard cider
0 the fools, 0 the fools old lories, old
tories turiloo, turiloo gold spoons, gold
spoons British whigs, blue lights look
sharp, don't trust 'em chink, chink
toodleink little Van, great man Old
Tip, on tho hip old feds, new whigs,
small potatoes, silly chaps boblink
chink, chink good bye, can't stay, call
again, I'm off." Boston Post.
It is stated in a Wheeling paper, on th;
authority of a letter from Marietta; Ohio,
that a young lady from down the river
who was on a visit to her friends in that
place, was last week thrown from a horse
she was riding and dragged seven miles.
The horse was only stopped by the last
ot three snots from a ntlP, ana wnrn so,
the rarpahu of the tttifortttnate lady wpre
DIED At Covel Creek, LaSulle county, on
tlm 6th instant, of a short but severe illness, Mr.
Jamks C. Eiiulcomhk, in the. 33d year of hi
ace. The deceased has leu. a widow ana lour
children to mourn his) loss.
Arrivals ami Departures of tin;
The contract time for the arrival of the eastern
nwil from Chicago i daily, except HMurdeys, by
9 o'clock P. M. Departure daily, except Mm
davs. at 3 o'clock A. M.
The south-western mail from Peoria, via Black
Partridge, Crow Meadow, Magnolia, Point He
nublic and Vcrniilionville arrives 3 times a wwk,
by 8 o'clock P. M. and departs on the same days
at 3 o clock A. M. by the w ay ol liome, lienry,
Lacon, Hennepin and Peru, errry alternate day
at the spmc hours. ,
Tri-wcekly mail up Fot River, via Dayton
Northville, Pennfield, Bristol, Oswego iiml Auro
ra to La Pox fticif.va') arrives every Tuesday
Thursday and Saturday by 8 o'clock P. M. and
denarta everv Mnmittv. Wednesday and Friday
at 0 o'clock A.M..
Weekly mail to Trov Grove anivea every ba
turday by 13 o'clock M. and departs the same
day at 1 o'clock P. M.
Weekly mail to -Marseilles, goes out and re
turns every Saturday:
Semi-monthly mail, via Pontine, and Avota to
Danville, departs every other Thursday at 13
o'clock M. und arrives the Thursday following at
11 o'clock A. M.
Persons sending letters East or South, will
please hand them in at as early an hour as possible,
as the P. M. is authorized to deliver the mail in
anik'potion of the contract hour.
- n . m -v .1 .1
The 1 on tJiuce is open, on werK-oujs, uuauii
buisnesa honrs, and on Sundays troni ') to Ml
o'clock A. M. Rifl ror B to o clock r. m.
M. E. IIOLLISTHK. P. M.
. TO L.CT,
TWO STORE ROOMS, situated at
the North East, corner of the Pub
lic Square, opposite the City Hotel, and
a dwelling over the sdirie. One of the
store rooms is well calculated for a drug
store. Apply to
CEO. II. NORMS.
Ottawa, May 30. 23 1.
BBI.S. OF AMERICAN BRANDY,
just received per Fayette, and for
sale by WALKER &, SANGER.
June G. - 3 tf.
BBLS. OF MALAGA WINE, just
received per S. Boat Fayette, and for
ale by WALKER & SANGER.
. HITS IW AU1LM1)1 lVIVt,"
sii'ekior, just received, and for
sale by WALKER Si SANGER.
June G. 3 tf.
X BBLS. OF MADEIRA WINE, just
J received per S. Boat Fayette, and for
sale by AVALKER & SANGER.
June 0. 3 tf.
List of Letter.,
T EMAINING in the Post Office at
M Ottawa, Illinois, on the 1st of
A . ; v
Aikin Mark M
The "Sinny FtCB.V
- "Fillet of a finny hie "
In the cauldron boil "md b'aW"
Burnett Ward B 3
Burnett W B 2
Buyer Henry K 2
Byrne John 2
Beatt Andrew 2
Branch J B ,
Beach L H
Cook John T
Baker E D
Beck with Jacob
Burger Mary Ann
Cook Selah M
GO IT BOOTS'"
AitCK Patest BEAM SCALE,
drawing 500 lbs., by
. WALKER & SANGER.
Ottawa, June 0, 18-10. 3 if.
I.iM of Letters
EMAINING in the Post Office at
Newark, La Salle county, Illinois,
on the 30th day of June, 1810.
Ottawa, June 20, 1310.
Peru and Peoria Dai; v racket.
ISlakelkt mustty, will
Ifrmn as a regular packet
a Iwtwecn Peru nnd Peo
ria, leaving iVru daily, (Sundays excepted,) at
fi o'clock, r. m. and Peoria at 7 o'clock, a. m.
. m FRINK, WALKER & Co.
July 17. 1810. 0 tf.
Ottawa Library Association.
pVT OTIC E whereby
11 given, that there
will be an election held
at Ulie Court House in
Ottawa, on Monday evening, July 20th,
1810, at early candle light, to choose one
Trustee of the Ottawa Library Associa
tion, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the
ineligibility of (Vtestcr It. Hall, one of
the present board.
Ottawa, July 11th, 1810.
By order of the Board.
M. E. 1IOLLISTER,
July 17. 01 w.
Bass Wm B
Mead Mager A
Miller & Ford
Niblo R D Miss
Niblo A li
Helm Joseph W KsqScarl Harvy
Haladay Aaron Townsend Benj. M
Phelps John . Taylor Elisher
Mavnard John B Wilcox Erastus
J'. STOUT. LL. P. M.
July 3. 1810. 20 it. 73 w;
VLL persons having claims against
the estate of Ezra .Idlcy, tlec'd.,
are hereby notified and requested to pre
sent the same to the subscriber, ndtuini
strator of said estate, or to the Probate
Justice of La Sallo county, within nine
months from th5 date hereof, for settle
ment. LEMAN A CK LEY.
Ottawa, J"ly 3d, 1810. 7 lv.
Cushnian Consider Clark Geo I 2
Carpenter Otis II Crippen Ethan
Davisson Elias Of
B V Thurston
Downs Myron 1)
Deuiing II E
Dewel Nicholas 11
Douglas Alexander 2
Day Jane Mrs.
Eager James V
"The people- of I'loriJit may .do their own figh
ting," a t'ue editor of tha "Ninny Fixm" said
w hen he almcondtd from the U. S. Army t the tima
force were wanted in Florida. '
Fuller Andr. S Rev Ferguson Pat
Filion Jcremie Farrell Battle
Sale of Ueal Estate. v- ?
State (jfllllnbi, La Sullc County Circuit Court
r.. L In Chancery.
Nathamkl Peulky. J
BY virtue of a decretal order of the ;
Circuit Court of the County of La
Salle on the Chancery side thereof, made "
in this cause at the May terra of said
Court, A. D. 180, 1, Milton It. Swift,
commissioner, duly appointed by said
couit, will sell, at public sale, to the high- '
est bidder, for cash, at the door of the "
Court House in Ottawa, in said county, '
on Saturday, the 18ih d;y of July next
at 10 oVIoek, A. M., the undivided half
of the east half of the north-west quarter of
section, No. 4 in township No. 34, north
of range I, east of the third principal
meridian; and the undivided half of the
east half of the south-west q'larter of sec
tion No. 1, in township No. 3 1. riorth pf :
range 4, east of the third pruicipal rncri- -diai?
, lving in said county of La Salle.
MILTON II. SWIFT, -Commissioner.
Dickey it Lv.i.and, Solicitors. ' ,
N. B. The other undivided half of
the above described lands will be offered
for sale at ihc same time arid place by tho
owner thereof. . . ,
June 20. 1810. 0 3w
A LL persons having claims against
1. the estate of Ihniamin Lvndii,
deceased, arc hereby notified and reques
ted to attend before the Probate Justice
of La Salle county at his office, in Ottawa,
on the? 2d Monday in September, A. D.
1810, for the purpose of having the same
adjusted ; that being the day fixed by the
subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for
the purpose of settling and adjusting all
claims against said decedent.
Ottawa, July l7th, 1810. 9 f,v.
Gillen Patrick 2
G rover Jacob
Goddard Wm II
Graves Eliza Ann
Hays Mary G
,L persons i.'-iving claims against
the estate of JairM A';rgtis,
deceased, are hereby notified" ,nnd reques
ted to picsci.t the same to ttic sul'H'nbcr,
administrator of said estate, or to J.ho
Probate Justice of La Salle county, with-1
in nine months from the. date hereof, ior
settlement. B. VAN VALK ENBURGII,
Ottawa, July . 'hi, 1810. 7 lw.
" . IV O 'I' I V V. '
S hereby given, that, on the 8th day
of August next, I will proceed to sell
to llie highest and best bidder the north
west qmirter of Section No. 34, in town
ship No. 14, north of range six, west of
the principal meridian, in the County of
Putnaih, Stale of Illinois, as the properly
of the late Suiratrl AUlrie.li, dee'd.
Saul sale to be upon the said premises
and on a credit of nine month, the pur
chaser giving good sennit v.
JiJlv 3. 18 10. 7 4w.
Janiisson Henry M , Hamilton J
James Elbridge U Jones Joha A 2
J. SHUL13R, MERCHANT TAILOR,
ESPECTFI LLY informs the, chimin of
Ottawa and vicinilv. tlmt ln Im mi.-, r...
ceived from rhila.'eluhia city, a large ap'iortinent of
of various colors viz: Blue, Black, Invis
ible Green, Brown, Dalia, Cadet, Stecl
mix'd, Drab, &e. Also, a Iarrc assort-
ment of CASSIMERES, Fancy Stripe
ana other tlillercnt colors. A variety of
Satinet In, of various colors, such as Black,
Blue, Invisible Green, BroTn, Ash, Ca
det, Steel-mix'd, &c. Also. JJombazine
of an excellent quality ; a splendid assort
ment ot lull-triined Satin and Bombazine
Stocks ; Gentlcmcns Gloves. Gumelastic
Suspenders; the latest stylo of Satin,
Marseilles and Silk Velcrt, excellent ar
ticles for I esls. Also, Shirts, and
splendid assortment of Trimmings. He
has also received a lot of Jicaver and Pi
lot Cloths, and an excellent article of
Hue lushing for Over-Coats, a variety
otMcrinoes, Corduroy, Fumy and Plain
cravats, rocket Jamlkcrchirfs, Crope.
Lasting, and Summer Cloths.
July 17, 1810. 0 3in.
IV3Y M'ife Sarah Ann, ha3 left my
JJ.jL bed and board without any just
cause on provocation ; all persons arc,
therefore, hereby cautioned against har
bouring or trusting her on my account,
as 1 shall pay no debts of her contracting
Ottawa, July 3. 1840. 7 4w.
A List of Letters
W$ EMAINING in the Post Officii at
IL1 lick's Mills, Dc Kalb county, III.,
June 30, 1840:
Henry Holmes, lleubcn Russell,
George W. Owen, 2
HENRY HICKS, P. M.
June 30, 1840. 8 3t.
Johnson John L or
Mason John West
Merrill Charles II
Moore John B
Low man Arthur 2
Letts David 2
Leloin E S
Morey E S
McCovvn Henry C
Murphy It G Col
Mans William Doct Matson Henry 2
Murray Pamelia Maxwell Archil. 2
McCarthy John Morrison Win 2
Murray Jonathan C M alone Ransom
Norris B II
Norris Geo II
Olson L or
Powell E N
Perly Natlianit 1
State of Illinois,
la sAi.i.i: cor.vrr,
Circuit Cvu. l. To Xor ember Term 180.
Timothy Horrom, ) In Chancery.
vs. y Petition for a di-
Saraii Ann HonnoM, J vorce.
JOT1CE is hereby given, that the
above named petitioner Timothy
Ilorrom, has filed in the office of the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of said county
his petition, praying to be divorced from
the said Sarah Ann Ilorrom ; that a rum
nions has been issued in this cause, re
turnable before the .Circuit Court of La
Salle county on the first day of the next
term thereof, to be liolden at the Court
House in Ottawa on the second Monday
in November next; and it appearing by
satisfactory affidavit, filed in the Office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of said
county, that the said Sarah Ann Ilorrom
resides without lb1; limits of the state of
Illinois ; Now, unless you, the said Sa
rah Ann Ilorrom, shall personally be and
appear before the said Circuit Court on
the first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at the Court House in Ottawa
on the said second Monday in Nove mber
next, and answer the sdid petition, the
snme w ill be tnkrn as confessed, and the
matters and things therein prayed for will
be decreed according to the prayer of the
said petitioner. J. CLOUD, Clerk.
Ottawa, Illinois, July 2d, 1810.
Dickey & Lki.ano, ,
Solicitors for tho Petitioner.
July 3. . 7 lw.
Philips James M
Pendergrnst M D
Rutheifoul Salmon Rodeeker Samuel
Ryan Con Roche Patrick
Uobcrthson William Roginnon E Mrs
Huberts Milton B Reeder David
Rasnuisen Halooti it
Raho Rev Mr
Roe M Rev -Ross
Archd; T a
Reynolds Iienj. B
Stephenson Thomas Shrigley John
Sampson Eliza Smith John R
Shoemaker Cornell. Shaw Joseph
Sinelare John W Snenin Wm
Toshnd Kuud it
Thomas Charles S
Stndden John Col
Siunton Chas T
Terhuen David N 2 Thompson Arthur 11
Tcrhuen 1) N 0
Thompson J W 2
Strayed from tiur drove, '
ON. the 1 f th of April List,
A BAY DORSE, four
years old, with black mane-
a?&s5asiand tad. white feet, a small
star on the forehead and a small snip on
the hose. , Any poison returning said
horse to the subscriber at Sugar Grove,
Kane, county, Illinois, or giving imfbrma
tion where he may be fouud, shalf bo
suitably rewarded. , "
June 10, IS 10. " 53wt
"" ' " !. ... -y ii. i, i, i .Mill
Strayed from Ltlca,
ON the 14th inst. A BAY
HORSE, about eight
years old, 17 or 4 1 8 ; lianda
high, with black mane and tail ,
rather slender built ; no other marks re
collected, except a small lash on one of
lis eyes. Any person returning said
horse to the subscriber at Utica, La Salle
county, Illinois, or giving information
where he may be found; shall be suitably
Utica, June 20. 1840. 0 4t. .
HE building formerly oc-
2zgSiand I). Link, nearly opposite
to the Post O 111 co. Enquire of the sub
J. V. A. HOES."
May 23d, 1810. 1 tf.
(jy pf BOXES OF COD FISH, juit
received, and for sale at th
well know n stand of '.''
June 0. 3 tf.
(jy BOA'ES OF LEMON SYRUP, just
mn received per Steamer Fayette, and
for sale by WALKER St SANGER. (
Juno 0. " 3 tf.
icy 1,9,ZI:N n:' scythes, jut
.1. iicuwd, and for sale by ,
I inie fl.
WALKER t SANGER.
DO.. SOYTIIS SNATHES,-
jusl receive, and for. sale by
WALKER Sc SANGER.
June 0. 3-tf.
Walker Silas. .
Wolcott jlorace 1)
Winlack Daniel ' " 1
v. , . . .. t
Young Wm II Young J S
. M.E. HOLLISTER, P.M
July 3. 1R40. 231 h. 7-3w.
Notice of Dissolution. .
11 E Cr? partnership heretofore exis
ting bttween John brink, Charles
K. Bingham and Martin O. Wnlkcr, un
der the firm of Friuk, Bingham. fc Co.,
was dissolved on tlie 2Sth day of May,
1810. The business of the late firm wil
be settled by cither of the subscriber. V
JOII-N FRIXK, V -, '
MARTIN O. WAITER;
Chicago, June 1. 1810. .G--4v-.
Co-Part norFiii. -
undersigned have C)rmed a
JL C-o-parlncrsiiip rnd will continue
the Stagt ing bus'nss under the firm of
Frink, H'tdktr Co., and hercoftcr. no
notes of hand or writing obligatory will
he allowed,' other tlun signed by a mem
ber of the firm' or an Agent duly authoriz
ed for tint purpose. ", .'; "v ',
JOHN. FRINK, . - i :
MARTIN O. WALKER.,
" Cl'NAN WALKER. ;:- lf
ago,.Jre 1.. 1R10. . 6-4,w.
r BBLS. OP;.VM!IUN GIN, jt
i J received pt ?-tram,Botr FaYette, anri
frr ?a!e hi -.WAUvER fc SANGER"
xJUne4V.';. .;. .'..:V'3-lf.; : ,
. , T. Job Work .:'..
NEATLY EXECUTED AT .THIS OfriCl