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'I'll K I L LI N () 1 S F K i; L T U A 1) E 11 .
run tuk iLi.iMXrt nu. i. inu.iii.
to a it i:
The Initial wreath is upon thy biovv,
Ami llu' winds il I, ilr urn spoken ;
Tlnm lust cnrn thy heart tu anoih.r now,
Anil nut childhood's lies are broken.
I see thee now lis ii happy bride,
Ami thy iare will lit I y another's side;
I'rmn llu' Inline of thy childhood tlnm will thpait,
With liini who has V. ill thy 1 1 1 1 -1 i i heart.
'J'huil nit iiini; in oilier scenes tu dwell.
Ami tin- world in luinlit before thee,
A in I I uuiil.l nut break llu' holy spell
I ! v l.oe anil Hope thrown o'er thro.
I Would clun k llu' xiuh iiml the li-ars suppit ss,
And I rv to t'orurt the loneliness
That will fall liko shadow iium my heart,
In n the light ul It. mil! shall willi thee ileiait.
I wmilil ulally weave for thy hriil.il day,
Sw eet si.-lcr, a sonn of nl.idness ;
Hut how i an 1 hreathi' a joyous lay.
When 1 1 IV lie. ill is tilled with sadness !
We have lieen together in childhood's limns,
When the light "I hoie was on life's l'.iir flowers:
dove's holiest lies are around us thrown,
O ! how shall 1 hear lj he h it alone !
Til. ill hast In 1 11 to me as the iiht of day,
III the hours of joy and Kindness,
And when sorrow's dark shadows w ere on our way
Together we shared our sadness.
Our hearts mo hound hy n lmly .- i ll
My lies more sliun,' than word.; ean tell;
liul ill'iTliutis ties from the. trusiiu.; heart
Must he rent asunder and we must pail !
'The hridal wreath is upon thy brow,
And the word ; of fate are spoken ;
'I'll. HI hast hound thyself tu niiollier now.
And our childhood's lies are hrokeu.
Tin ui ail unite.: fo.'tli to u world untried,
To launch thy l.aik on its stormy tide;
Itul ill. hi hast a Kindt! who will ever he
A faithful guardian and friend to thee.
To him we commit lin e in hope mid trust
Mav t Uy path he strewed with flowers !
Hut if storms should come, income they unit,
In this diamine; world of ours,
.May the IV ii ud thou ha-t eho.ii n ever pnne
Worthy ol eonliilein e and love.
And llu' tii s that Were formed in pro.-pciity
' Dccoiuc more strum; in adversity. 1, .
Men mi I' I'rci.tcul.
A letter li:is been received liy Ml1. Ilow
of Cinuhcilaud, Mil., wIki.su father
went c nit in llu; President, slating tint the
steamer h:n! been neon in no into Madei
ra. 'J'lie letter was il;iteil Soiiili:itiitn.
F.nglaiid, April 1!), and was brought t y
ihe lirittatinia, which loll F.imlaud the day
tiller. This news h:.tl heen received by
the wile of Tyrone. Power the t- :i i ft ! i 1 1 ,
who was (in board the steamer, Mrs.
Power had kept expresses out on the
coast for some, lime, in her au.xii Iy lo
hear fioin her husband, and reeeiveil the
intelligence direct I'rnlii ;t person on hoard
llie vessel just arrived 1 n nil Madeira, who
h;iv the President iroing into that port its
he eatnt! out. e hope this may nil
prove correct. It looks probable.
Sji. of the Tiuivs, Ma: lo.
I'co.lncc f iticnil Mulls in llie I .Molts.
We have reeeiveil the retttrns of the
agricultural products of the I'ni'.cd Slates,
compiled from the returns of the marshals
for taking lite census, iti June, l ist, with
the exception of two states ami two terri
tories. The aggregate is astonishinoly
lanre, and will be viewed with "ratifica
tion. It exhibits the o rowing wcaltlt of
our country, it will in: seen tiiat .Mielit-
;.fan takes a front rank runon the prodtic
int; states, atid distances most of lh"i:i,
when our population is considered.
In this article we "jvc only the immense
amount ol orru I siuj i proiini-"ii, reserv
ing the oilier important articles for a fu
ture number :
Ilii dids of liu-hds of l'opida-
S ites. Wheat, other e.i'atii. lion.
Maine, sls.uai ,',t;:!:i.!i!iii fe 11,7:11;
.New ll.iuipshire, 1 IJ,!l."l :l,Us.s.-,t l,.s
Vennonl, . p:,'i: t.d.'it.sis u".ll,s is
M,issi,'!iu..eiis, l.')S,:cn :.io.w y.n,
1'hode Maud, tt.ess ii:ti,0K lossa,
Connei'iieiii, sit.tis i :i.'.i:i.i,i i.'i :i:o,'iTi
Aew Voik, il,i.'i:i.:i'i':!'.i,.riio.."i'i .'.ls-.-.s.;:,
.New .lersev, 77 l.0'j: i.!l'i .', 1 1 il :,.' I
l'ennsvlv.iuia, lo.O'iti.i.VCi lil,l!H,.i,.,l 1 .s.'.ll.niio
Delaware, '.'l.'i.tli.J :i.lis(;,7i.'i tlid.-il
M inland, :l,r,ll.li:i I H,7 i'J.sii H V.fi'ii
Virginia, Ill.lMtlisn'l ;,ti,u:, ,:i;tii 1,-M:l,j-J
N.ulh(;.uolin.i, VM.VU.-i H'..-J-.'ll."il-J !;) .V.i'.t
(ieor.;ia, l,7d '.'.l.'ii'i III. 7li:t. till)
Ohio, lli.'J! 1,-il'iO -Hi'.li'.t -i leMo.nu;,
Tennessee, -1,5 1V,H i'J l'.l.'i l ". 1 1.1
l.ouisiana, Kl.'i C.li JrJ,v!!lS lis:l,;)l
Al.ihatna, 7 Hi.loll Hi.l Hi. i7 I
Mississippi, i!in,iiti t:i,(;ii:i,'ji) iisi.om
Missouri, It Iii.O iT l;l,su,t!h) :i:!i,771
Indiana, ' l.nMli,.) i."i l.:i.:lll
Illinois, -,',( lo.tlsi) Sl,;,il,!i,l! l.'.i. 1 17
Michigan, rj,ls!),.7ii; ll.VJ.-J,:t i;U,70o
Arkansas, llOi) l,iw',7l'J !l.,lil
Iowa Territory, loi.7 17 l,.ri.V,-j:lt)
Disl't. t'ohun'hia, 12,117 liil.il if -1:1,7 11!
(ili,l)S'J,!M7 1 1 '.1,7 (li.SVI
Whole number of bushels of potatoes
There ate 110 returns from North Caro
lina, Kentucky, Florida, and Wisconsin.
It will al.to be observed that in several
stales the population is not given, as the
returns at Washington were supposed to
be so incorrect, that they were sent back
Jo the marshals for revision.
. Il llilshels of Wheat, llN.US'.l.tl 17
Other grain, I l'.l,77T..s; I
lliishels, tiss,:! .'f,,7 1 1
i:liinate fur Kentucky &e., 70,0 !!,UilU
l'Ushels, (i.".S,l ;(i,l I I
Over US bushels of breadstutl's for eve
inhabitant of the Fuited Stales. Of the
. various kinds of grain wc find the follow
W'Hrat io,(Ml,sm hush.
Corn, '-Hi, liii!, 12 It)
Iv'vo, 17,(IS'J,0 )
Hurley, t!,s t),!i:)7 '
Potatoes, 10.!I.Y.I,'l.'(i "
tl.it.s, !)IJtil.:i:i '
KeiitiK-ky, N. Car. vvc, ...iy id.o io.uiiti ..l ull
J6 nos.-i iv,,; 1 1
' I During the long discussion in Hnglaml
, I 011 the subject of the corn laws, the ne-
.' 1 cessary quantity of grain requiied to find
1 ail individual with hi cad h.io bn.u clojilv
illesti;;:itt .1, tttid il is ( sliiu:itrd lh;il tl,r
average consiiinpiion, iucliiditio ymtno
tnd old, -i about 5 bttshrU to a person.
niclinliU'r all hinds id irram.
A 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 i 1 1 this estimate to be correct,
uid pulling the population of tin: United
Slates at 1 7 , HH ,Oltt, we have a surplus
f :Cl bushels to an inhabitant. Perhaps
lie half of the corn, most of the wheat,
and buckwheat, and three ipiarters of the
rye, is used for bread ; and the remainder
of the rye and a larue pan of the corn is
nianul.ieiured into whisky, or used in f.it
tetiino' poi'iv. We deduct ihe bailey for
tlio brewers, and tin: oats for stock, :d
thouoli in the western counties of Kno
land, barley is used for bread, and in
Si olland oatmeal is in c.eneral use, and
we find the resources of the I ! nited Slates
will stand as follow s :
Kentucky, eve, all kinds,
in i:i:i .Wi
1 H ,11(10,11! II
1 .'..MUM MM I
V :!!I,0IIII,(MI )
Over Vl'i bushels lo an inhaliitant !
I)rlrl: IhtUij .('
A man in Syracuse is said to be en
jraireil in pttttiii'.; up tt building of such ini
mense inairiiiitiilc, licit it will rei"piire a
stone pavement of l( lliarkable Mrelltrtll to
support the shadow only !
Of the six deceased Presidents, four
hae died on the lib of the month : Ad
ams, .letlersnn, and .Monroe on the lib of
July, and Harrison on the ltli of April.
(.'ofitsr.s or Ii :i:ns. In Potter county,
Pa., within the space of live miles, are
found the head waters of the Allegheny,
Susiuehaii!ta and (Jiiiesee rivers ihr
lirst llowing into the ( I till' of Mexico, the
second into ("hesapeake, and the third in
to Lake Ontario.
Tin-: Nioii i w. ai.i: ami nu: Hawk.
A hawk pounced oil a uiihtiiii;ali! sinir
iitLf in the hedges, crying, "Since you
have such a sweet voice, how delicious
von insist be to eat !''
W as ibis ignorance or irony ill the
1 don't know, but I heard some
yesterday, "That youiiir lady
who sinus so (li'liolitlullv woulil make
excellent w ifc."
A rich old miser, being seated at the
dinner table with all the members of his
and glancing his- eyes around,
the branches tlnive from to old
"Yes," said one of the family, "and 1
think that tin; branches would thrive much
lit tler if tho old stump was out of the
Tai. i:ts am) (itmi-s. Who, iii the
same given lime, ean product: more than
others, has ioor ; who can produce more
and better, has talents ; who can produce
what none else ean, has genius.
Statistical. There are in the United
I States SS colleges. I - law schools, '.Hi me
dical seminaries, lilt divinity schools, am!
mop! than Kithl classical academies.
An old Man's Anvict:. Never at
tempt to expose a villain, if your efforts
in so doing tire likely to injure those who
have been the Unsuspecting dupes of his
Yah 1: or M..ui:ii:n Mi.n. "A little
more animation, my dear," whisptred
I ul v l. to the "entle Silvan, wlio was
walking languidly through a iiuadrillr
"l)o leave nie lo manage my own busi
ness, liiamuia," replied ihe provident
nymph ; "1 shall not dance mv linelets
outof euil for a mat t ied man." " If coursi
not. my love ; but I was not aware win
your partner w as."
First I.ovi;. There is nothin:r in this
care worn wotld so sweet and innocent
as a young sirl's fust love. Then
when the heart is fresh, when every
thought is pure, when ihe poetry of lift
has not yet been crushed out of the soul,
when, as we tire nearer to our childhood
we tire nearer to heaven then it is that
we love w ith an intensity such as we ne
ver love with again.
A Clock and a Woman. I'oiiteliin
beinu; asked one day by a lord in waiting
at Varseilles, what dill'i renee there was
between a clock and a woman, he 111
stanlly replied " A clock serves to point
the hours, and a woman to make us for
A VoiMi Wir. "la, is ilns out
wtutrs f" "Wings ! no, child don't you
know heller than that f" "Why, thunder
and scissors, pa, this ere paper says a
big dogVfe at a man and bit him so I
guess dogs in gyt wings, loo."
Linr.urv. It was the sav ing of a Jew
ish Kahbi, that if the sea were ink, the
trees pens, and the earth parchment,
it would not be sulliciciit lo write down
till llie piaises due to (!od, for liberty.
N -flllltllj of 7-eol).';. Co, A. P. rield. for
un ity ril.iiy for filo" ol llm State, has b.-iu
apioinud by I'u'iidiint Tyler Seciel.iry nf llu:
Tdiiiorv ol Wi.si.jli. 111, iiv Win. I!. ' I.iii.;hlii,
M Ki;ii:ii iT!,,i;mI.iv Mioiiiiu,' Ii -M .
the l.'ev. Him: i. 'i vro. D .. t. J 1 1 .N A.
IIK.MMiU'KS, of N.,t:i !!, ud. I.... to .'.'.i:
II i;i;ii: r A..iuu.-.,t Am -'.Mr. Dm:
i. t.ii. of tins place.
I'l ilaiiily, we rcdiud the rake atid wine,
and an eti u.-ive ipi iu'.ity an I d. li. i.uis ijuality
it was. Tile haipy cuplc h.ie our het "i-lies
fir their future comfort, hoiiic; the luide will
liud her new home ill the forests of Indiana, ipiite
as pleasant as the uri en clad soil of the "i'rauie
slatc." The groom has our het w ishes too, not
wiljstaudiln; mtlnerous liaelu I -nt feel inoitilied.
sarv'd 'cm li-lhl. Wake ip! and watch others!
At Palestine (iiove, I.ee eo. III., on the lith
ills!., hv the Uev. Mr. lli .nilv, Mr. A.N )I!K W
I'. (ii)(l(KI,l. lo MissA. U.ilAWKIMS, all of
la e coieitv.
Ihe fir.-', tu tide of
the present "ode of hy
laws, the regular com
IllUllii'alions .it l ) i t -
w 1.01.1.K ot r i: r, i:
(Mils. M Asti. s,
will he held n the
Mo ii vs ell or liefofr
oil or lieloTi! .lie lull ol iae .Menu.
The hie linen w ill theicl'.ire please lake iiuliie.that
the day fir holdiii-' otiriH't regular Coiiumuiii a
1 i i n w III fill on llie i sr Monday in May,
."s 1 1 , heim; the ol.-t day ol said month.
'J'r.iu .ii ut hretluen in nood i.taiuhn;; are rc
spci'll'ully invited to attend,
liy old. r of tin- l.i"U;.
;K'i. i'. wr.Avr.i;,sce'y.
Or rvwA, Mav 7, 1-11.
Tli:- iiiii',i'Miry of M'. JililN Ihr lliiiiiiNl
,,( ' h'hrated, on the 'J 1th
V V day of Jane next, by tlie Jt i.n:i
Iioixii: of J'n f and . left jilt . J '. .Ji-
m;;(v. An oration appropriate to ihe oe
casion will be delivered.
All transient brethren, of good standing
and thosu residing in the surrouiidinu
counties, are rcrpii ifully invited to at
iJ V order of the I.odgi?.
M. K. I5i:t)W.SON, Sec'y.
Mav T, 1811. 51- tc.
I'OI ill SJ OH" il TV.
r S 1 1 1. citizens ol Ottawa and vicinity
.3. art! rc?pecttully reiitestetl to meet
at the .IoM.vom House, on Monday eve
ning next, for the purpose of adopting
preparatory measures for celebrating the
approaching anniveisary of American In
dependence. M AN Y.
I'H. 'iJWHKtlfiUJ HLK-KUlli .P.O. W W y..Ml !
DtM'tor . I'rary
riinN'DKIJS his piofci-sioiial service" to the in-
liahitan'.s of Ottawa and its vicinit v, and, hv
i sttict atl.'iiliou to the duties uf his prolc-sion,
hopes to teem n I'oilioiiol the piihhe paciotiaii.
I n he louudat the MAAMD.N HOI SK.
Ottawa, May iS, 1:1!. V.'-l-tf.
Spring :ml Suuiinef l'asliioiis.
rilllK sidisi riher rc'i'i i'll'iilly iiif.irnlhe iteu.
l lli.'iiun of Ottawa and vicinity, that helms
just received of Me - i s. Scutt Ac W ilson, of N ew
York t-ity, their iSpnn and Jsmniner lieporl.
together ivitti tin? latest l.ouiiou and I nns 1 a-
hii'iiis for ui ntlemcji's i lothes, which he thinks
w ill not fail to di ae rcnllcmcn of every variety
M ta.-te. J to still assures all who mav lavor linn
with their orders, that all husiuess entrusted to
him shall hi! attended tu with promptness and
Shop nu ('and street, oppasid! ('11-ditnati iSr
i'hoinps.m's store, an 1 uver A. .Newton's jewel
ler's shop. K. TI!AUY.
Ottawa, May 2", 1SU. v'J-l tf.
AtK'iKioii xv l!i Hi vor is iiji !
J V will exchai
y f iiuantily off
inge CJoods for any
of Oals and Potatoes, if
roiioht to us within two weeks from this
late, and give the greatest possible price.
.Mav WALK UK it lICKLINO.
A. Mi Ll fi:i., IVritiuK ?l.i.(or,
gKO'OSi:S giving : course! of les
8 sons 011 t'ttrxl airs' fclebrafed aya-
tern of IV.SMANsitii', ill Ottawa. The
cili.ens tire invited to call ami examine
pec'iineus, &e. Iioom oil the soulh side
of the public, s.jiitire, two diiots below the
store of Messrs. Walker &.II inkling.
On the utility of this arj to all clttsses
ol eouiinuitity, eoniment superlluous.
Since the I'arsttiiriau Systin was lirst
hitight in London yetirpi ago it litis
been thoroughly tested in Crcat Hiitain,
I -'ranee, and the United SlateJ, and is uni
versally pronounced by iiuieliants and
men of science to be the otiy principle
by which a high decree of eliance com
bined with rapidity of execution can be
class of Ladies ean be atlc'ided lo at
a separate hour, and instructed in tiny of
the plain, fancy, or ornamental hands now
Ottawa. Mav 'JS, lS.
1111 holders of small scrip issued by
nie, are hereby notified, t!at w ish
. . . . 1
ing to bring tny business tnaltijts to a
( lose, I will redeem ihe small Scrip as
tuatnl fur four months from dit', alter
which time will charge the interest accru
ed on the large one hundred dolhr scrip.
OHO. F. KAN DO! I'll.
May '.IS, IS II. li-l-ln.
.i':m ille ci)o!.
This sidioul, situated six miles cist of;
Ileliliepiu on the road to Lowi II, eight
miles from Peru, has been in successful
operation H years and six mouths, under
the charge ol O. Fl.-ui:i:, Principal. The
summer term will commence on the ltli
of June, and continue eleven weeks.
T( 1 111. x In Primary Di pailnienl, Ml
' ('minnon U1n.d1.1h br iie In tl .'.II
' ' I'lillo-iopliv, t'lleiniary. .e. I (III
1, ill ;ii i;;. s, lllln t Math.
unifies, 1 ,Vi
I'.O.ilii, ill l.UUllli ,' luilU s ',i l,j ijj
.)!) p i w u k.
K. WAIiF. Agei;l.
Dole's U I)i : il
r iX. I IS a tide needs mi ITITINC. Theu-e
.1. f it v ill ! e a siillieient reeoiiiincinl. It will
cure all eompl liuls lnwhiihllie i e is icuhject.
liy applying to llie maker of il, he will prepare it
in such ii tnaaiier a.-, to rcmoc 'Vv, Ctihintt ts,
uid other i.l'sliiatioii.sof the eye. The follow ini;
leeuutit of it introduction ititu this coiiiitiy will
lie read w llh inteie-t :
"The late .lame. Dole, Kmi. of Tmv, was the
person who introduced this celelirated remedy
inta extensio u.-e in (his vicinity. During the
revolutionary war, .Mr. Dole was an oiliccr in 11
troop of cavalry was lUtackt d with the small po
in a very scu ie maimer. Idle he was conv.il
seciit. l at as vet perfectlv hlind, he was led mil
f tin- I ..spit d, whni he w as met hy a (iermau
won. .111. un.i 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 -1 . 1 to cure lum oil coiKlitloii
tliat he should never reveal Ihe composition of the
llye Water, lades upon hi.; death-hed. These
facts Mr. IVlc has eominiiuii aL d to me; and,
after 11 1 1 1 solicitations, has uniforinlv refused
lo eouimiiiiie.it.' the secret to me,. Mr. Dole du d
in Trov, i:i '.S'!!, .11. ! a few il.us previous lo l,i
di e. a -e, u u ,ih ! tiie cotiiiHjsitio.i tu the will' el
I. M. V 1.1.1., D.u-cJ..!, Tr..y,X. Y."
This m iy certify that I hae, t'..r ihe last It)
years, known Dole's live Water to lie clhetiially
apj li.d to tin" cure of chronic atli etiotis of the
eye, an 1 in one install, e, hac Known a person
who had he. 11 totally blind for s months, to hi'
eutiii Iv cured hv its application al aie.
II. S. KiMiii.iu.v, M. D.
Cliicu-o, March .'.111. ISM.
T'iiis may Ci-itily that I have sold Dole's Kyo
Water i'er the last cidil or leu years, and can le
c.iuiineliil it to the pill-lie.
1'uiLii ( ' Mci NTiai, Dru"jisl.
I lierely certify that I l.;ne heen ae.iiaiiited
with Mr. Dole for a liumher of vears at tin' Dast.
1 have lUiilufore heen iilllictcd with sore eves;
and hy Usker D.de.'s live Water.have elf. eted an
iiiimeili.ilecure. I have furnished a ureal 1111111
her nf my IVi. lids and aeip.'aintnneen, both at (he
Mast and ir this city, with this Kyi- Water, and
h e. e ii.M'1 know 11 it to fail of curing immediate
ly. Dm 11 V an ('01 r.
' Chira-o, March Cth, I-mI.
I hcichy te.lify, (hit, within a lew weeks past
I have hceu I'ihcti.l with very sore eyes, and by
ihe use of t ile's Kv c Water, w as imni'-dialely
cured. I h i U' pr.n'iiicd it fur a itiuuher of fi ietids
and ae luuinttai e.s, and, in allca.-es, it has cured.
IS . 11 11 v Diti.
Chieaco. l. h Cth, 11I.
rr This W A 'IT. 1 1 can he ohlaiiied at
the Drn x turl of C I,. Thompsoti, Ottaw a ; at
the principal Uni:r.;i-t.i in (.'hie. 11 and itate, and
with ihe maker, who resides at the hoii-e of Isaac
D. Mihken, directly cist of Dr. Dver's, ('hiea;ii.
Ottawa, Mav Ul. Isll. ' oI:;,n.
. Id inin i;l ra(o rs A 'v! ice.
gJUMI.lC .VrriCK is hereby given,
H that the undersigned have taken
out letters of Ailuiuistrtition on the estate
of Chriiil'nin 11. 'Jinnies, deceased. All
persons having daims against the estate
of the said deceased are hereby required
lo exhibit the stuie to them or to the
Court of Probate for the county of La
Salic for seltleini.il within nine months
from the first day of Movi inber, A. 1).
Dated at Peru, this first da)- of No
vember, A. D. IN II.
May 28. 2-1--C.W.
Sliini in it mint's Sic.
vJ'I'K'l' is hereby given that, we
J.l shall sell at pul lie auction all the
personal eslale, poods and chaltcls of
t'hritlittil I!. Charles, deceased, late id'
Pern, in the county of La Salle, on the
lirst day of July next, ;,l 10 o'clock, A.
M. at said Peru, La Salle county.
TcrniH of Stile AH sums under live
dollars cash,. if over live dollars on a cre
dit of six mouth.
Mav "S, is II. 'J-l--lw
HM subscribers will pay ihe highest
market price in exchange for gooi
for good Wheal, Corn, ttl:, Huron,
If I.anl. WALKKK &. IIICKLINO.
Ottawa, Mtiy 11, Is 1 1, 7 .
r 'I Ml U subscribers ri
. i: jTC sp.-i-il'ullv iiiloim
av'Wl rl'lic i nerallv.
H ' . V,t;''' Vv'V I that thev have rented
m:M.i'L.. L,!fi'CARDING MA-
h riw7iV-t7J''Hlalt a man ol
''vp, ii.ineiii lliehu-
jMpmr'r ' ;
KJS.r!iai5W'ltMV..r to cue general
satisf.u lioii, and a.-suies lli ise who may favor dim
with their en loin, 111 it llieir work sh ill be doiu
in Ihe hi s po -sible manner.
1 he Mai'liine will under:;-! tlioron-;ll repairs,
and will be put 111 complete onler lor canine; 1
kinds ol wool by the gi'tll of May.
liclicvim; that "the nimhle .- iv pence is bet!
than the slow- s!iillin-'," we have est ibli-lii d
otu iriee lor .- irdin; w 110I the prese nt 111 at
inn! 11 .'(..- i'i per pound, (a n-ilu. ti.m Iron,
foiiiti r price- of mil' iuiiI llnir j'il!i rt ah per
pound.) The Machine i.-. n-moM-d lo our In w
luiililiir-T eiili iilati-d fir a Woollen I'm lory, which
will be put into operaliuu the pie.enl season.
.1. (V D. CIiT.UN.
Davton, in.. April :m. isii. 1 if.
IH'SIIFLS OF OOOD
UUl) W I N T 11 li W 1 1 K A T
wanted di'ltvered at Otcon's Mill, for
which the highest price will be paid.
L. P. (v W. A. SANCKKiv- CO.
April .'i(, isil. r.()tf.
rHllIF. Cn.iloi.i imrl (' the D'onr'uit:
J. Mills of the M.n:ulh Mannaft.
iiyiii'S i.oinjninii is now in siiceessiui
operation, and having altaehed lo it smut
mills of the mort appioved kind, screens,
i.c, the Comp.uiy feel confident of bciir;
able to cive full s.itisf.u'tion to thi-e who
. . . . .1 .1 :
in. iv t.ivof itietit w tiit itieir p mi t j u, l; .
i IJDO.riKNT IKJMIS, jn:t 1-iiimTiI
alld f.il' .'.le tit the iilli.'i- ul tiie
1 i;i:i: tkadkil"
Keuular I'sn Uvl for Illinois Stiver.
, , ..jr.S4?fl "" TOW. . f
Tlif .cv. ami Sirm!ii Fust Sail ina, Sitaiulioiil
N. '. K!, I oimiiiiii.Icr,
UAYlNIi been built expressly for tho above
trade, will run as a regular packet between
t'tieii or Peru and St. I.ouis. iter stated times
of depaituie will he from I lien r Peru on every
1 ucsdav i.ionunu' at 'J u clock, and I10111 St. I anus
every Saturday at llu) samo hour, callim; ut nil
intermediate lundiuijs. iter iieeoiiimodatioiiM lor
passengers are of the first order, having private
state rooms, and every convenience; rcipaisiu for
l'or frci-tht or pass:i'.;e npplv to the master uu
hoiiid.orto AUMOI KA DAM II, A'.its.Ottuwn.
Mll'IT WOODW'OUTII, Peru.
11. X. DAVIS, St. I.ouis.
March It'l, IS II. -15 tf.
.'New. r.l'v::iiit A- 4 i 111 inutility
U L A UCUH.
I iil. sI'IM l K I ll l.ll,
ILL run as a Kitot i.ak Passi:"-
i V tiitu Packiii', in connection with
the Steam lioat 1'KONTIKK, making
two trijis a week between St. Louis and
erti, leaving St. Louis every Tuesday
and Friday evening at 1 o'clock ; return
ing, will leave Peru every Wednesday
and Saturday at IU o'clock, (m.) by tin
steam boat uovi n;i!, and w ill take the
(ii.Aixrs at Peoria. Passage and freight
w ill be taken as low as by any one boat
am! without delay, and payment received
hv either boat lor both.
j.'or pnserf. or freight apply
to WAI,m:k iy. IIICKLINO.
Ottawa. April .'!(), IS 11. " fiO-tl'
!ie;i; 4';ili Stoic.
SriHXIl SH.MMEil (iOODS.
iAMUI, MAVTlIX havinu' just reeeidd a
1 w new Mipplv ol sprui'' and siiinmer tioods ut
his new store on Ihe west side ol the public
-pi. ire, liu Hatters liiinsell that all who mav favor
him with ll call, will be fully satisfied that his low
prtcen correspond w ith the hardness of the times,
His stock consists ot
Such as licavcrtecn, Sattinclts, I'lanii"!.-
lllue and Krowu Drillings, Linens, Slna
tings, (. alicocs, Maunos, Hosiery, Silk
Htindkerchiefs, Ulaek Silk Olovcs (if :i
neat Mxie, vniie ami i.otercd t niton
.... I (el -. 1 , .
(iloves, Koiinet and I'ap Kibons, Laces
iVc, iv c.
I. KOI IK 1 1 Si
Tea, Coll'ee, Sugar, Tobaeiu, Pepper
Spice, (iingcr, ('loves, Salertttus, K u-
I Iocs, Uoston Nails, Huts and Screws
Dour Latches, Trunk Locks, Pad Locks
Ktiors and Straps, (,'urry Combs, IJInck
uu, and Wooden Faucets, Knives am
Forks, Jack stud Pen Knives, I!titt:mi
1 aulo anil lea Sqmous, Hooks am
Kyes, ix.'c. Iron Ilotse Shoe liar, Nail
Kods, Wtiggiiu Tire, &(".
actio i i niioi s
Men's Cuar.-e and I'ine lloots, Hoy's
llools, (loaise and Fine Shoes, Men's
I o;;ether with a l.n'oe assortiiienl of Ci.l If 'l
llu I , and a e. I sui.nlv of Wi.NDO W (il.ANS,
Will IK I.KAIl, )., ,..' with 11 number of
Jt I (II ill 1 1 .1 IxfU IlUt 111 llfllfl IU lilt lllll'lli
Ottawa, May 11, Is II. filMf.
S T It I ,N (i (! O () I) S !
William 'I i hc V Son,
n .WI.Mi receive I Iheir tspritn; Supply of
(ioods, are pr. pared to olfer to their friends
and t!ie public, us .od an assoituicnl mid at as
low prices as any other store in Ihe place. Tin ii
stoelv consists ol
I) Ii V C, () ) 1) S,
Such as Cloths, Cassimores, Sattinclts,
Summer Cloths, Tailor's Tiiininintrs,
I loineslic ( Ioods, Calicoes, Flannels, Tick
ings, Drills, Linens, Threads, I'onucts,
Hosiery, and (iloves, 4ve., c.
(; n o c 1: 1: 1 1: S :
Tea, Coll'ee, Molasses, Sugar, Tobacco,
Dry Fish, Pow der ix. Shot, Flour, Il.istnn
Pickles el Ketchup, Kaisins, Ctindlcs, x.c.
. .' ) ir.t Ji :.
Uoston Nails, Shovels, Hoes, House Fix
tures, (such as Putts, Screws, Latches,
and Locks.) Cutlery, Trunk and Cltesi
Locks, Trace and Log Chains, lirass
xetlies, I ollee .Mills, cVc., vVc
C I. O T 11 I .V 0 :
Coats, pants. Vests. Shirts. Drawers,
Slocks, llandkcrehii Is, Suspenders, ttc.
11. 1 7' S .V C I ' S:
Ilite-h, I'm, and Palm Leaf Hats Fine
and Common Fur and Worsted Caps.
; f) 0 T S -V .V O I! S :
Men's, Women's, and Children's U00U
and Shoer, of various styles and iiualilies.
V ; : .v s ir.i i: ;.
Cttjis and Stiuccrs, Plates, Howls, Pitch
ers, Tumblers, A.c, ttc
. . V () :
Saddles, H. liters, Ciicitigles, Window
Class and Sash, Stationary, and a great
variety of oilier articles.
All the .(' ne iirli. li s tiie silb-eribera will be
ll.ippv to : h.nv lo any per -oil who w ill l.ivot them
with .i 1 ill.
WW. TKIii: iv fON.
(Ill .e.i. lll ii, HII. I'.'-lf.
i;ai;ui:ls of wihskfa , just
i(( i ived and for stde very low tit
,i ...tine of W M.KF.U& HK'lxl lNti
( ft :W 1. pill I Ii. IS I I . IS--U.
. 0. 1 vosiar,
it'.. .... ,. ,1 rr Miiti V. .i ,.7 .
lion Merchant, Ui ii .v, La Halle county,
FortranHnz V Cinumi'niion
t&T.?TiMrc?ii'tt, I'krc, La Salle
Peru, April 15, 1H11.
ItloK iV Voulvwrth,
?r.i!!fNWiJ) rFonvuriUng $' Cvmmission
1XV'UST,?'' 1,..., I,,,,, I, l,.ni. Tn'K!..H..
county, Illinois. . ' .
Peru, April 15, 1811. 48--tf.
TMMVM &. lllt'KLirx'G, on tho outh side
t of tho public griuaro, iiciuiv opnotite tho
new court houm?, have on hand and oiler for alu
at prices to suit the times, nKood and well selected ,
STOCK OF DRY GOODS. - -
consisting of Calicoes, Merinos, l'onibnA .
2incs, Flannels, Tickings,' Iiuper, Crash, ...
IM, 7-8 ami 8-1 blenched and unbleached
Domestics, Cotton Yarn, AYicking, Piat
ting, Ulankcts, Drillings, Cloths, Satti
netts, Moleskins, Beaverleens, &c, &c,
etc., and- most all other articles in this "
liim generally found in a country store.
,11 no Uools, yhoes, and Ilroo-ang',
Hardware, Nails, Waggon Kolks, fee, Arc.
.lino .A Well selected stoek of (Iiuk k
iuks and Lhit oits ptiited to this market.
Wc only say to our old friends and the public
generally, give u a call and trv our prices.,
N. U. Oruen and Dried Hides, Furs
and Peltries, and most kinds of country
produce taken in exchange.
Ottawa, April 13, 1611. 48-tf.
ALL persons having claims against
. the estate of Smnuil .apulei, de
ceased, are hereby nolilltd and requested
to attend before the Probate Justice of La
Salle county, at his office in Ottawa, on
Saturday tho PJih day of June, a. d.
18 11, for the purpose ( J' having the same
adjusted; that being the lime fixed upon
by the subscriber, in pursuance of the
statute, for the purpose of rcttling ami
adjusting all rlnitns aeainst said deceased,
JOHN FAl . UIlANIlFK,
April 30. inn. :or.w.
A (I IU i nisi l it ( i i 's IV ot il l'.
LL persons having claims auaiust
. the estate ui'Jcmra C. Llreinnle,
deceased, tire hereby notified and requested
lo attend before ihe Probate. Justice of J, a
Salle co'uiiTy, at his nii'ieo, in Ottawa, on
Tuesday the 1st day of June, a.i. 111,
for tin1 purpose of having the same adjust
ed ; thru being lite time fixed upon by the
subscriber, in puisuaitee of the stalute,
for the purpose of settling and .iiljiistinjr
all claims atrainst said decedent.
JAM-: K. KIK.'KCOMIU:,
April ::, DM1. 4U--Ciwp
s.r fnVIU Klihserihnr lo.vtn r
a lar.xinilh Shvp at
the Auucditet, in Ottawa Centre.
Vl" tin- nb.ne biisim -s in
all its hraii-hes. He is tireta!cd to
maiiufaelure Steel Springs fur coaches,
and to do :dl the iron work necessary to
vehicles of every description.
Most kinds of country produce taken
in payment for work. A. STF.WAUT.
N. IL An Apprentice wanted lo the
Ottawa IVntre, April 2t), ls!l. I'l-tf.
" FoiHHT, TjitlTTliill Mllif Btni
, v 1 1. V -7
M A N U F A C T O Jt V.
rHIIU snhscrihi r ti.iviu vn-i.x ;vi an experi
SL, eliced workman, bcjjs leave bi inform tho
public, that he i- 1 .irrvin 011 the ii'i.e e businrss
ill nil its brain hs, and will constantly he. p on
h and A U 1 in. u imi I uu. n A sou 1 m i. r of
Tiu and Copper Ware, Stoves, Stove
Pipe, cvc. A:c, which will be sold low
for cash. J. HOFFMAN.
N. II. All kinds of copper and tin
ware repaired in the be.-t manner at p'.ifrt
Peru, A nil 1 Ms 11. 4s'..tf,
Litiins WINDOW SASH,
on hand and for sale at the
btiel; store of the stibscii'ier.--.
L. P. & W. A. S A NO F.I! & CO.
Ottawa, April :t(, HI I. ."ll--tf.
flfc KK(;s OF P.OSTON NAILS,
jnst received ami for sale at the
store of WALKF.K IIICKLINO.
Ottawa, April It's 1H11 P'-lf.
P.KL. OF UNSF.F.D OIL, just re
ceived and for sale at the new sterc
ol llu'- subscribers.
W ALKF.il & HICK LI NO.
Ottawa. April Hi. Is1 11.
SPAKKKLy of mo;.ss:
recuivrrti tier H'eatu boat Las
1 lie and
for sale bjWALKl'i! & IIICKLINO.
O tin wrv April lfl,,KMl. D'-'l-
0T" iit-iii:i s or drii:d
OljU A'I'TdlH just revived.
and for salt leu' '"h ' Jt'; '
' -.'..AtWOU'rtA. LAMP,
l )tiiiw.i. March 'JO, 1 iifr . 15 tf.
4kTlL'E.--iU persons indebted in
the fcuhsc fibers will phase call and
make p. i) tiiettt.of their accounts. lv so
di.ivji' they will tae troiddc ait. 1 costs,
.N7v. 'J?-tf AltMOUli & L.V.r'J.