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THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER.
Halra at Ibc l.mid OOlre. The extent of emigration to tit Is sec iion 01 me slate, may in some measure be inferred from tlic fact, that the sales of land at the Chicago Land Office, at this time, arr.ount to about one thousand dol lars per day. It is true that a large por tion of the tracts are entered by bettlers who did not buy at tho public Land Sale, but purchases are also continually made by new comers. This district embraces some of the finest lands in the Union. There are both rich prairie lands and good timber. Improvements are being made all over the district with astonishing rapidity. Substantial dwellings and barns are being erected, and new farms catch the eyes of the traveler at every turn. The pressure of emigration has effected a very important change in the views of farmers with regard to the cultivation of the prai rie. Heretofore they have confined them selves to the edge of the timber, under the impression that it was more expen sive to make farms on the open prairie, than near the timber, but now in many portions of the district they are pushing out their farms on to the broad prairie, rather from choice than necessity, and consider tho views they have heretofore entertained upon this point to a very great extent erroneous. We cannot &cc why farms should not be opened in the very centre of our prairies, with the great est ease as well as advantage, l'rom their great fertility every inch of them will be occupied widiin a comparatively short period. Chicago Express. Thr.ing it. A minister in the high lands of Scotland, found one of his par ishioners intoxicated. The next day he called to reprove him for it. 'It's very wrong to get drunk,' paid the dominie. 'I ken that,' said the guilty pcison, 'but theu I diuua drink as meiklc as ye do !' What, sir! How is that?' asked the other surprised. 'Why, gin it please ye,' continued the oiher, 'dinna ye aye lake a glass of whiskey and water after dinner ?' 'Why, yes, Jemmy, to be sure, 1 lake a little whiskey merely to aid digestion.' And dinna ye take a glass o' whiskey toddy every night before ye gang to bed V Yes, to be sure, 1 just lake a little toddy at night to help me sleep V 'Well,' eon linued the parishioner, 'that's jit-t fourteen glasses a week, and about sixty every month. I only get paid olf mice a mouiii, and then if I'd take ixty classes, it would ' O ' make me dea l drunk fur a week, now ye see the only difference, y time it better . than I do !' 77ie Hudson's lhixj Company. The Montreal Courier speaks of this company as follows: The Hudson's Hay Compa ny lias, in every respect, been a prsl to Canada. It has robbed us of the fur trade, prevented for years the settlement of the Suguenay, and crippled our fisheries. In its transactions it has exhibited a disre gard of the laws alike of Cod and man; and if its secret history were given to the world, the horrors it would unfold would Utake men's flesh to ttemiile and their hair to stand on end. We have had op portunities of becoming acquainted with certain transactions of this company and we may, at a future perioJ, rffar some remarks on the state of the Indians and the half breeds in the Hudson Hay Coun try, and also some specimens of the mode in which the honorable company get rid of the troublesome rivals who dare to compete with them in the fur trade. Democratic iTlecliatg ia te Hulb Connly. At it ih'iiiocrs'.ic uifetiritt held at Sycamore on the 21d day of September, 1811, K. L. MAYO was nppoiuU'd chuirinaii, and A. J, Diiow.n secre tary. On mutton, illiani A. Sanger and dipt. Kli Darin wore, appointed members to attend lliu De mocratic Conveniion to be held at I Utuwa on the Ifith dy of November next, for the purpose of! norninatni!; a delegate to attend the I! iltimore (Convention, and leave is given to said delegates to fill vacancies. On mlinn,S. C. Kellogg, K. P. Young and W. II. llcateri were appointed a Central Correspon ding Commiltoe for D Kalb county. On motion, Henry Madden, C. (J. Jewell, Jos. Newberry, (ieo. Ksynnr 1, W'ni. Young and A. J. Drown were appointed a committee to draft reso lutions. Adj. K. L. MAYO, Chairman. A. J. UhowXj Src'y. IIYnCVKAI,. MARRIED On Tuesday niornint; last, in this place, by the Rev. Mr. Cook, Mr. JAMBS Ali SlOL'R of Galcim, to Misa JOANNA WIN LACK of this place. fXvTlie printer's fee hns been duly received, nnd tho hppy couple have our best wishes. The rich supply of wedding cako sent us we hope will prove (symbolical of the affection of our young friends. May this Armour ever shine, and its diluting brightness be increated.' At Pt. Charles, Kane, Co., on the 2?ih inst., by the Rev. Mr. Rounsvilln, Mr. JOSEPH II. WANNER of Auroia.to Miss LOIS, daughter of U. Hough, Lsq., of Somoiiauk, Df Kalb C o. At Marseilles, in this county, on (he .5;h tilt.' lv John Richey, Esq., Mr. S. BELL to Mrs MARUARET HARRINOTOX all of this county. OHIIIAIIV. DIED Ih this place on the 1st inst., JOHN FERUL'SON, a native of Scotland. Commercial. Office or tub Democrat, Chicago, October 2. Business transactions the past week have been rather limited for this season of the year. The Ions continuation of rainy Mrcathcv lias had great effect in keeping produce back, and come days our streets have been almost destitute of team, though the arrivals have increased some what since Friday. , ... l'htat,. consequence of an advance in freights on the Lakes wheat has gone down. The best samples of winter wheat to day bring only 63 cents. Sprin wheal may be quoted at f() a 55c. Fhur. We have not heard of any sales to-day. Superfine would bring from 3 50 a 3 CM. I7ax Seed. Something of a demand is springing up for this article, and the facilities now olio red for the disposal of it by country merchants are better than they have ever been before in our city. The new linseed manufactory of Peck and Uoyce, recently located in this city, fur nishes a home market where our country merchants and farmers can at all times sell for cash at a fair price. Flaxseed is quick at 85 a S7jc. Ut Of ICltTH Tl K.MAIM.Nti in the Post Oifice at Ottawa, JUL Illinois, October 1, IS II. rrj-persons culling fur LdUrs tulll pleuse my mey are mica una. Anderson John Armstrong Andrew Allen KJ 1! rim ii ( 'linrlca Baldwin l'.lmcr Hansen II It Uc.trd.lcv Aaron ! Itrown Mrs Drown Mrs Elizabeth Ureese D It Dcudcstcii K C'ul.u diaries t'halllplill J 0 (.'rcurbaun Olio f-'huse .Sarah t.'alon J 1) Houd Mrs J M Comum Michael rutty Jeremiah t.'uiiiiiiiKliaiii Patrick Dcrry .las Dalit. ml Mary Hotline Siishu K Ihiiiiiuviti) Albert Uimuck M V Dalit T D Dick Peter II Dupcriun V. Kltiolt O C Klu-rnnlc 1) S Kajjeil & Unherls Puruswoitli Daniel Funk Joseph I.ightfoot I fvt I.eoiole Muse Linke F.ai Llsk Manly V J.uvinu VV T S McutYiw lalward Muikey Samuel Milliken Samuel McMelis John Monroe J .inks Miilikcn James At Moore James I' Murrain Joseph Mel'airan John II Miller James . McCarthy John Mcl'onnick W McLaughlin Martin Mitchell Putrick Mann (icu Mann Isaac; My nc Moiishino Millard l'hilo li Muikey l.iilivelto Nash David 0 Price Salmon I'erley Julia A Philips James (i Parker Uldred l'eek Duvid 1J Huberts Milton B Kobhison Mrs I'ichurdsou Win I y a 1 1 James liobcrts L Kouin P Keeder David Kie Handle, Kleh Charles C Kevriold iScarl Swift M II Sefley Win Schneider Henry !"pcncer James Seaman Nathaniel Hiumakee Otiadiah Cray il (Mill J .Il II (riiis P.lcannr liraliam Mary S ( iruham Duel I'1 (rove Joseph ( ii'i'KKs Fnoi (ilday James Hackclt Ilcubcll 5 1 1 .ul LI-J.HJ 'I'llOJ llime,les d'oodman lluanabooiu J ..Ii n J HaitiU Franklin W I' 11 ",l"rJ A I I. .it'.. ... .. .1 I. 2 Seaman Mary Ili llciihUin ICcsper Meniwjcii M Sonm'r t Jcorgo Stone J (i Sinclair John Thoni"'i J W Tune. Win Thornton John Van Xumce Aluiizo Wright John S Welch James Wallace Major D Weaver (ieo F Wheeler James P Whilrscl Solomon Wells A I larwonj Levi Hall Joseph Hooper John Hull J J Holt Jas J Thus llogabnoni Phebe Harvey Charles Kaufman Tuljua Kenn.iilv lluli Ki lly L'dward I. mis Asa Leonard H Leonard 5c aton I.ullis J Linden S'arnh Wilson W W or J J Lawl.in 1 or D McCarty Woraren Norman Liimb A VouiiK'nan Mrs C Louis John 8 Younginan Duct X A. WOODRUFF, J'. .V. Otl iwii. Oct. (i, 18U J.r)0 1. E.i-t of I.i ttors 1KMAIMNt! in the l'osl Ollirc nt La Salle, , Illinois, on the Si), h day of tieitembtr, 18 1J. fXj Jinnn.i culling fir Letters will please iuy tnCij art udcrrliiitd. Alvord Lol'tus lil.uk Jacob 1' Urimhall Horace II Cariai;her James Conncss Robert Corlcy Martin Clarke Philip Dady O.ven Dow ns Mr Fellison William Fithiau Rev Win Frierson John (arvin Timothy tioodiu AX'iliiaui Onni Eli S Hart John Howard Edward Huston John Hyatt Abraham Johnston Jno J V Kleiufelter Mary Leahy John Leonard I.ouiza Lewis S R Lepage John B Oct. , Lnid (harity lvow tieorgo Mycr James Martin (i U Mann John 3 Mills Daniel Murray Joseph jVooney Edwurd .1eCormirk Bryan Newell Rev OTarrell .1 l'eek (leorge S l'erry Julia .V Reed Jackson Reilry P Kichardsoti Win Seybo'd J Slucfli r John Slack .1r Taylor John Wilson James W'illiamoii H Worrell George W Youngs Jeremiah II. L. OSDOKME, . M. CO 16 i:oots,siioi:s, Ln.4Tiu:is, Ac. X. B. COLLIN'S it CO. Xo. HO, Lake Strict, Chicago. II WE just received their fall and winter stock, consisting ul 300 eases of mens, hoyj and youths thick kip and calf boots, shoes and luogaiis, dancing pumps and ulio per, womens calf, kip and morocco boots and shoes, sewed and pegged ladies and misses line walking shoes, slippers, buskins, ties, nailers, half gaiter, kinds. gambroon shoes, children shoes of all Also, sole and wax upper leather, calf and kip ekins, nnd a general assortment of shoe stocks, lasts, finding, Ac, Ac. We aro making mens double soled thick and kip boots and brogans of llie ucst quality. All of which will be sold very low for cath, by the case, dozen, or at rrtnit. Far mers and country merchants will d well to Call anil examine before purchasing elsewhere Oct. C, 1313. 6-3m French llrandy. "I 1)1. French Drandy just received and X lor sale by J. & U. ARMOUR. Sept. 29, 1813. 1 5-tf Taper Hangings. A fC Paper Hangings, for '-M:JJ sale by Sept. 29.-tf. Cvshman fc GrtiDLEV. T LANK EXECUTIONS kept con I3 atanllyon haud and for sale at this olhcc. Ocl. 0,1813. MORE JYEIY GOODS! Vf M. TRUE k SON ARE just opening a splendid assort ment of STArLti & FANCY UUODS, adiijitcd to the fall and winter trade, which they are determined to tell as low as the very lowest profit or no profit consisting in part of DRY CJOODS, Doth Foreign and Domestic, for Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear and for family use; selected expressly to suit the wants of tins community, and bought uncommon ly low. ?OlTH Jk niioi:. A great supply of ladies slippers, walking shoes, boots, geiilleiiiaus boots, hoes, brooans, pumps, slippers, childrens boots and fehocs, of all kinds and sizes. IIAKIMVAIIU. A complete assortment of such articles as are usually called for, including Table and I'ockel cutlery, nails, locks, hulls ami screws, $'C ifcc. (tlL'CMtVtKE, .7 very large assortment of fine and common ware, including lea setts of va rious prices, 11 tl ted and plain glass tum blers, ewers and basins, dishes, &c, &.c. (lo mix;. Coats, pants, vests, over coats, shirts, drawers besides hats, caps, gloves, sucks, hdkfs, slocks, suspenders, etc, &c. ;iioii:kil. Sugar, molasses, coll'ee, tobacco, tea of various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye stull's, spices, etc. Besides, cap and letter paper, ink, quills, steel pens, wall paper, and a "thousand and one" other articles such as are usually called for, all of which we flatter ourselves, will be found as cheap as iii 3iiy other store try us before you buy. Wheat, Oats, Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, IS utter and l''gs taken in trade. Oct. 6, 1813. Stale of Illinois, La Salle county, ss. In the Circuit Court, to November term 1813: William Chuinascro vs. Augustus (J. .S, Viiht, Adam Vroman, William John W lit. John Fauyhander, executor Ac. ol (Samuel Lapslcy, dee'd., and .Samuel T Smith. l'etitiou lor partition of real estate. TTOTICE is hereby ejvcu to the said Augustus .Li U.S. Wijlit, iXd.iin Vroman, William John U inlit, John I' uuylunder, executor eke. ol Samuel Laphlev, dee'd., and S.unuul T. milli, that 1 slull present a petition to the Circuit Court ul La Sallr county on the first day of the next term thereof, to be hidden at Ottawa on Friday the lOlli d.iy of November next, for a partitioii-of section number lour, in townsliip umiiber thirty-tliree, north of the. base line number one, east of the third principal meridian, in the county of La b.ille, lietneen myself and the said Augustus (. M. U ii;ht, Adam rommi, W illiam John ihl. John Fiiui;hiiiidi'r, executor Ac. of S imuel I. n pi ley, dee'd., and samiiel T. Smith, and all claiiu ini; under them accordin); to the respective lights of the jiarties iherein. V. C III' MA SlCRO (lei. (j, IS 13. 4 J5l G. ARMOUR are now opening, a one dm.r Wist of Moms, Trues' store, a large and general stock of Mer chandize, which they intend to sell at the lowest prices for cash and all kinds of country produce. Their stock embraces a complete as sortment of DKV WOODS, Amongst which are Uroad Cloths, Cassimnres, Saltinetts, Moleskins, Velveteens, Vesting, Flannels, Sliriped Sheetings';', A (iron Checks, Merino Prints, i 4 aud i 4 It leeched and IS row n Miirlui;s and Nhrirtiilf!, Ii!uc& Drown Drillings liiuscys, Hailing, Cotton and Woollen Y'irtis Halting, Ac , Ac. Irish and lirown Linen, English, lull Kiver, and Also, a large assortment of Boots and Shoes, Crockery Ifard JTarc, Carpenters'1 Tools, and Groceries. Our old friends and the community ge nerally are respectfully requested to give us a call and examine for themselves. Ottawa, Sept. 29, 1843. 31 ill Saws. Hi 0Y LAND'S Anchor, Saw Mill and M Cross Cut Saws for s ile by Sept. 29-tf Ci siiman & Gkiih.kv. Dissolution. PBMIK partnership heretofore existing between Michael Kennedy and Am brose O'Conner, at Peru, L-isalle county, and stale of Illinois, is this day, by mutu al consent, dissolved. All debts, dues, and demands belonging to the late part nership are to be settled by Ambrose ()' Conner, who will continue business in Peru. MICIIAF.L KHNNHDY, AMBROSE O'CONMIli. Pern, 20th Sept, 1813. N. II. All persons having unsettled ac counts with the late firm of Kennedy and O'Conner, arc requested lo call and settle the same with the subscriber. 15-31 AMBROSE O'CONNER. Cxer iilrlv's IVotieo. ALL persons having claims against the estato of Chester House, de ceased, nre hereby notified and requested to attend before the Probate Justice of La Salle county, at his office in Ottawa, in said county, on Tuesday, ihe 1 4 ih day of November nest, for tho purpose of having the same adjus-ied ; that being the day fix ed upon by the subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling nnd adjusting all claims against said dece dent. LUCLNDA HOUSE, SepU 29-15-Ct Executrix. FALL AND AVLNTER GOODS, fur Cush or Produce. TWIllR subscribers aro now receiving direct from JL LJoslon, mi extensive and well selected ussurl incut of FALL und WINTER DKV GOODS, Among which are the f.ilinwiim . Clack, blue, green, and brown Ilroad Cloths and Cassimcrs ; Satlinelts, Ken- lucky Jeans, Hard Times, Pilot, CtifT.i- lo, and Heaver Cloths ; 200 pieces t.'. i , i i i . ,, 1 rencl., Lnglish, and American Prints, Mouseline de Laities, l)omba?.ines, Alt- pines and Alpaecas, black, blue-black, and Alpacca Silks ; French nnd Eng. lish Merinos, Cambrics, mull and Swiss Muslins, Hobbinett, Rail Road, wash, blond, and wire I, ace, lace Edgings and Inscriings, bhmd Quillings, Hook Mus lins, Bishop's Lawn. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Handatina and Pongee Silk Handkerchiefs, Rob Roy Shawls, merino, Alpacca, ami black silk Cravats, green Hjragc, Ladies' while and black cotton Hose, Moravian it woisted Hose, Silk and Taby Velvets, plain and figur ed Satin Vestings, Valencia ditto, Coat Tiimmings, blue and brown Drillings, white and black Waddings, Cot'on Bat tings, Canton Flannels, red, green, and yellow woollen ditto, Imsey Woolseys, Tickings, Burlaps, Hickories, Hleached Cottons, 11 bales brown Sheetings and Shirtings, ifcc., &c, &c. IIAIU) WAUK: Table Hinges, Strap Hinges Driek and Plastering Trowels, Sheep Shears, Rasps, Mill Files, Hand Saw Files, Bolts, chest, cupboard, till, trunk, and pad Locks, (im bleis, Awls, Blacking, Percussion Caps, SnufT Boxes, Ink Stands, Slates; Shoe, Horse, and Whitewash Brushes j Trace Chains, Butts and Screws, Augers, Draw Shaves, malleable it Not folk Door Trim mings, Tricks, Shoe Nails, Brads, Sieves, Glass Paper, ('utry Combs, Hriiannia Tea Pots, Coll'ee Mills, Cattle and Wool Cards, Paint llrushes, Manure Forks, Hooks and Hinges, Sad Irons, Homer's, Wilson's, and Collins' Axes ; Knives and Forks, Spoons, Pocket Knives, Broad Axes, Oil Stones, Britannia Lamps, Tea Travs, 50 Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, tc ALSO, a large assortment of Jjools and Shoes, Crockery and Groceries, Which wo offer for sale us low as such articles can be purchased in the eastern or western coun try, I or cash ol prmluee. CI MIAN A UKIULCV. Ottawa, Sept. 2 J, IS 13. NEW AM) CHEAP CJiJUDS! cst liar gains in the County! r..KFAl A HICKLINC are now receiving ? and opening nt the CUKAl' CASH STOKI'2 in Ottawa, direct from Mew York and Huston, their Fallaud Winter supply iifnierchau- di,c, which was tj-prcsstif mlteted for thin market. The supply embraces a general assortment of imv .oons, A largn lot of new stylo calicoes, from 10 cts. per yard upwards ; brown mus lins; ticks and checks ; painted muslins, brown and bleached drillings and muslins, very cheap; saltinets ; jeans and cotton yarn ; shawls and handkerchiefs, a supe rior assortment; together with a general variety of articles for the especial accom modation and convenience of the ladies, who are earnestly invited to call and ex amine our stock before purchasing else where. Also, a large and complete as sortment of hoots siioi:s, Qucenswarejogether irith a full supply of (JROCEU1ES, Embracing a choice lot of brown tnd loaf Sugar, Coffee, Tea, ifcc., &c. Ai.so, DIM OS X II DK IM S, Oils, 1'uintn and Dye Stuffs, Window Glass, A'uilti, iVc, iVc And a general variety of articles usually kept in Dry Coods and Drug it Medicine establishments. iU'llemiinher ire charge nothing for showing t)ur goodn, and that tee have always sold as cheap us the cheapest! Ottawa, Sept. VJ'J. 1813. tf Wanted. IOHK, Wheat, Flour, Heans, Flax B seed, Hides and Oats. Cl'SlIMAN Si CKIDLEY. Oiiawa, Sept. 2'J, 1813. 1 5-tf DOZ. Washburn's Shovels: and Spades for sale by 9 Sept. 2'J--if C csiniAN k Cnini.bv. lic:i for asli or Winter Wlieiit. TIIIE subscriber will sell on llie must H reasona'dc teims, for cash or good winter wheat, Ilroad Chillis, Cass'nneris, Saltinclls, J-'rench Merinoes, I'rinrh Bombazines. r.. .-r.i as, also, any other article in his line of business. (all and sec and examine fur yourselves. JOHN SHULF.li. Ottawa. August 23. 1813. lO-tf. Itoots iV Shoes. Cases Roots and Shoes for sale Cl'SHMAN k GRID LEY. Sept. 2'JV 1813. 1 5-tf TimrLEAD and Linseed (), for sale by Cl'SHMAN Si GRID LEY. Sept. 20, 1813. 15-lf WiiidAW Snsli. (7 (ff Lights Window Sash for OUUU ale by CL'SHMAN .St GIUDLEY. Sept. 20, 1813. l&-if HM.tSIOX HOl'SL', .hid General Stage Ofiicc, Ottawa, IiTs. TlXAV. subscriber respectfully informs the travel 1. limr public, that he has taken this commodi ous establishment, situated at the south-east corner of the public wjuare, in the town of (iua. The situation is ilcuant nnl rentral. biin j in the business part of the town mid diieetiy op. ,0",ila ll,c c""rt ""I" Tl,u ' and coiienodious, and is well provided wiih cham- (,ers and ..arlors. neatly furnished, airv. ..lcasant. am' aijreerjble. A d-iil'v line of stages "arrive and depart for the Ka:'t and West. The undersigned) having h.i.l considerable ex perience in keeping a public hotie. Hatters himself that ho can give entire satisfaction lo those who may favor him with their patronage, (lis arrangements in regard (o m inngement of the house, are extensive and convenient, nnd no pains will be spared to give pi Ouipt accommoda tion. , il. . Ottawa, Oct. VI, JS-t-J. XU tf NOTICE is hereby given." that the notes and accounts of James .It moitr have been left with me for collec tion, and that suit will he biought indis criminately unless settlement: and pay ments are made forthwith. S. 11. FAR W ELL. Sept. 15, IS 13. 41 AtluiiiiixlratoiS Not ire. A LL person.- having cl iims against the estate of Lowel Morse, dee'd., are hrreby notified and requested to attend be fore the Probate Justice of La Salle county on Monday the 13th day of November A. D 1813, for the purpose of having tho same adjusted that being the time fixed upon by ihe subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against ihe estate of said decedent. M. D. WALLACE, ,7,m'r. Ollawa. Sept. Nth, 1813. 120 AiliiiiiiistiiitoiS N olive. VLL persons having claims against the estate of Joshua Brown deceas ed, are hereby notified ami requested to aletnd before the proba.e justice of La Salle county, at his office in Ottawa, on the Dili of October, A. 1). 1 K 13, for thf purpose of having ihe same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the sub scriber, in pursuance of the statutes for the purpose of ad justing all claims against said decendent. LEVI KKLSEY, Jr., Aug. 25. IS 13 Dt. .Idministiiitor A l iii ill ist ni tors Aotiee. TO TK'E is hereby given that, at the November term of circuit court in and for the county of La Salle, and stale of Illinois, lobe holdeu on ihe'Jd Monday of November next, a petition will be pre sented to obtain an order for the sale of the following real estate of Edward Kcycs, late of said county, viz : The un divided half of the south half of sec. 10, town. 33, n. 4 c. of the 3d P. M. Also, the east half of the n. e. quarter of sec, 31, town. 31, n. 1, c. of the 3d P. M. for the payment of the debts chargeable against ihe estate of Edward Key es, dee'd. the personal estate being insufficient. ALONZO WALIIUIDOE, .'idmitiis! rotor, Ottawa. Sept. 2!', 1813. 1 1.-31. no'riril 'BHE heirs of Ezra Aekley, late of La Salle county, deceased, are hereby notified that I intend to present a petition lo the Circuit Court of said county, at llie next term thereof, lo be? holdeu at Ottawa on Friday thu ltllh day of November next, praying for the sale of so much of the real estate, of which the said Ezra Aekley died seized, as will be sufficient to pay the debts against said estate, the personal effects being insufficient to pay the same. W hen and where the said heirs and others interested in said estate, may appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be granted. LEMAN ACKLEY, .Idminislrutor. Sept. 29, 1813. 15-fiw Type at ICeilueetl I'riees, St. Louis Type Fonmlnry. MIE undersigned, (successor (o Geo. Charles,) having purchased the in terest of his lale partners in ihe above es tablishment, will continue the business at the old stand, and solicits a cnutiiiuaiice of the patronage hitherto extended to this fnunilery by ihe Printer.- if tho West. I5eing determined to furnish Type, and all other materials used in a Printing Of fice, ai cheap as possible, he is prepared to 111 ali unlers with which lie may be favored, n llie following om:.il.Y ituf i;o i:a I i:s, fur cash s Noinpareii, 73 cts lb. Minion, (0 llrevier, "' Uuri'enii, 4 5 Long Primer, I Small Pica, 39 Pica, H.j English, ,15 Printing Ink of all kinks constantly on hand. Priming Paper supplied to order. Wood Letter of all sues, together with Presses, Cases, Cha'es, &c, cVc. Old .vno rc,.ive,! i,, ,-v!., . MnnUl tatll. f.f Stltl.'fllT Of l.t.l kklllS t.C cents per pound. ' v n Pi,!..ba r , the South and West, who shall insert the above advertisement, -with this note, three limes w ithnt the next three months, and Bend one of their papers t. the foun dry, will bo tnti'lcil in the p.iytueiit of their bills by purchasing (our times the amount. A. P. LA DEW. July 13 3t. THE FKEE TKADEtt. UBMSIIED WEEKLY ST J0!I. JUNE i UILLIDl OSilAS. LmiUi sir, el, one dur from Hit twrth-u-ett t-trntr if t'tt l'u'j.'ic Sjuuit. T E It M S I Tir.) dJt-irs and fifty emit per annum, i until in adduce,- Three didixrs if not paid Life the Xj irationifthejint s.'x m-jiUhn ; und l.'.rce dd fori and ticir.r, -Jiet etnh if ddiytid until t.'tc end if the year. A hxrllnemmtt hisc t.d at S i per syicrf far the fnt insertion, nnd Sj cvitu fnr enc't mhenuent inM-rt.un. A Iherul dUcount made to linse trim adrcrli t I y t.'.e year. C Aj iidi c.-iUrs LUen f,r a Hurler period than a'x nwnthf. gj'Xi P'iprr disointlnucd until (ill arrccrn"ts i nre paid, wdvis at the in lion if the editors, r Z'j'A-'l eoDiiir.nueutijir, tj insure attention; imi't come fee of po.-tiige T. I). JBrcwMii-, fctrrjn il ' fru'ttrdin y iV Cormnissioti JfcTZtiM'rchtott; Peru. La Sail county, Illinois. I'tcnr, March 1, IS 12. John II of 2 man tjj illt-KCHAXT, 1'eru, La Salle counlv. Alay 12, lslJ. 4S tf. Iti'Ktilnr I'ackd lor Illinois Kiver; The new a, id splendid fast sailing Steamboat i ... . , lfc.j.A l1-. UiiKMsoy, .Master; will run as a regular iiacket hctivrpu l.'iiv and M. I.ouis. .-vie will leave l iica every Tues day, and St. Louis every Saturday. Her accom modations for passengers are of the first ordi i, having private state rooms and every conveuitnca iciiiism- i,ir coihiori. I'.t freight or passage apply to the master 0:i board. CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP. it jl LAIIi:V l'.i V STO it i:. J 0 J EST received ut the Ladies' Fancy X Store in Ottawa, direct from New ?( Orleans by the steam-boat Alex. Scott, h X a new and large assortment of DRY k OOODS ; a new style of liht and jj ! dark Prints, of all kinds ; Ladies' v Shoes, complete supply ; Honnetts of v all kinds; Domestic, Cloves, Mils, 2 and everything belonging to fancy ar- f .; articles. Ladies are invited to call ') and examine the goods. No trouble ( y will be spared 1j accommodate them. J X Cooda will be solJ very cheap, and '. J; no mistake ! ft X Ottawa, J. i!y 28, 1313. 5 'j;" "-sr ' e 'i The :iatel liiMOvcryol'ihc A'ivi f IlIII leirn may he justly applied to the disco L very of coinpouiiding tii.-di.-iiics with tits be.it double refined Loaf fu:u in such a inaiuiel1 that child, i n nnd adults n.ay iiv i t mcdicina with as much t!cau:e ns lln-y do the hct io;.fLx lioieiry . I'or this tiifi iim ry wc arc indebted to A. Slier man, M. 1 , of the rity of New V oil:, who has been a regular prac'roner of medicine in thutiity Inr ihe Ian ten yearn; nnd b'im) u uiciuher of til Mew Yoik Medical ."'ocie'.y. The Uoctur, utter devoioi", his tt-:'!on fir it Ion.; time to the nubjcel, aii.nit ll:ree vcurj bine j olii ri d his invention lu t!:e puV-hc um' -f llie naaiuuf nii:;km.v. :t mi'-l-icatku lo::i:.(;i:s, Since which linis they h'lve oned n cehbrily fof the cure of different i-omKir:uiioiu fur which tluy uie recoiuiiieiiili d, unprecedei.ted ia the hiaUry uf any other nu'diciiie they cni t of COKlill l.ir.l'.NCIX, Whii b nre llie il'est una mo.-t ell'eetuul remedy lor I.'oukIis, t'olils, tloiiMimption, Whopill( t'oiii;!!, A-llimii, iV c. ever o. b red lo the public. I'hiy opperiite by pr.e.ii .tin; i xpe'toration, a!!uy imj the iuiitHtiou of Coii,'!ii;ig, and removing tin cause id dim .l-e, wtiiiM Ltr.r.Nci:, The only inf.illibl - Worn medi. ino ever discov ered. In over UH.OiM e.i-e they b.i.e l:f vcr been' known 1 1 I, ul. .M in v dise:iM' uii-e from woniu nnd oeciiioii loiiL- and intense mi;lci iii and even deith, willn ii! tin ir even lu in Kii-peeted ; grown perKotiH uie very o.'le.i a, 'la led with lliein, hliu nre doctored foi vnrious cuuip'uiiits, without any benefit; when one dot-e of t!.eu Lozenges wouli! Hpeedily cure litem. f .winiou i.ir.i'.Nci:, For nervous or sii k be.ul .tclie, pulpilntintis of tho heart, l.insitude and nervous ulbctions generally. 1'er.sonn tunc hnu, or ntli in'.uiit huge parlies, will find the i,o.enes really reviving, and iiiipurtiiij tin- Iniovaney of youth ; n-ed uftcr dis.sipalioi.', tliev w ili nt,ire the tone of llie xystein generally , and remove u 1 1 the unpleasant yinplouia aiUing from too iVeo living. r .thai; nc i,oy.r..Nnr.s, The l.esl c.itli n tic ir.edii ine b'r removion tide f.'om the HVsleni and piovenliiu a'taeks of the billion and intermittent lever ol tlii- section of country. FKVL'li AMI Alil i: I.OZKMJi;. rili'M- Lneimes have been tilted by a Ct It hratcd physician in a practice of twenty yearn und hnvo never bi en I. now n to fail in reniovin ; this dts Iicnmii.; dim :i-e. In inbhtion to which, it llie d recti, ins lie , used, tl.e li-ea-e will lint return. Mi;:uMN'.-i ft"':: man's platku. This Placer, nf ulncli ever 1,10 1.0 '0 arc sold yearly, is believed lo be llie best pl.i-.ler for rheu matism, lumbar piiin in l',o' back, breast, wjr.or any other put id the b, ilv, ever prepared, and it price (oidv 13 ci'nt-.) i-nii;;s it witiiiu tho rcsill of every petsim in tl.e '" iiiniutiily. J,C7A l.irgo stij'i'ly of llicsc celebrated artlelebjust leeched and lot sate by i. I.. TI!!Mr.- t), ,.lc a.'t.forbtlaws. x. i. '?! I'M, Pen. i:. r. s. rrr.sii'F.i;, iiciHirpin, H, A T. ALI.r.N. Juliet. (;i:i)U(iK s.N VUZ'tt, l.aoon. A.must 11. tM'. Iv. Ireer !!il XVmileO. A LlilLlUAL pii-o will be p: .1 Sl ratli. fir s;i:t::",er er fall ikil lid III jlivcred at my Uun.iry in Ottawa. Yotr 'need not s;o; to Mrcnch or dry them, only 'r'"nc aiteati. I U 1 t 1 iiuu.v. i t w i 'i n iiw: aii' as'.i forUltcitt! f JM1E subscribers wilt pay in cash, for fl Whr-:it i! 'livrred at Staddcn's iill, t least w'uhi i f.-'eeu rc.i's of the Chica go price, at ;U tin".1. B TADDEN k MARK. Daykiit, i.y li'O, 1?13. 31 Vl .