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THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER.
Mr. Vnii Ilium. It is frequently charged uiruinst Mr. Van Burcn that he w "cold, and destitute of qualities to at tach strung personal fricnils." Is it true ! The Washington Globe usksand mm worn the question at follows: And is lie cold, and destitute of quali ties to attach strong; personal friends ? This is another of the arlific" imployed to injure Mr. Van lluren with those who do not know him immediately. Of all our public men, wc Know not one so honorably distinguish! by exalted and enduring; friendship as Mr. Van Btt ren. In early life, lie was signally hon ored willi the confidence of Mr. Jefferson, as appears from one of the most striking of that patriarch's published letters; and the attachment has descended to Mr. Jeff cr8on's grandson and namesake. The warm and devoted attachment existing between General Jackson and .Mr. Van Uuien is as will vouched to the country. The last letter ever written by the vener able Macon was shown to us by one of liis nearest relatives, recommending him to the attention of Mr. Van IJuren, and expressing for the latter the highest ie gard and kindest feelings. That eccentric but gifted genius John Randolph, (who scarcely admitted companionship for any length of time with any man,) was pleased to acknowledge through years of intimacy while in Congress, feelings of kind attach ment for Mr. Van Huren rarely exhibit ed towards any other man ; and, when leaving the United States on his last Eu ropcriu excursion, he would take no deni al, but compelled Mr. Van Huren to ac cept one of his finest blood horses, (of all things most praized by him,) as a momen to of his peculiar afl'uclion. Mr. Craw ford was another great man of the South who was, to the close of his life, one of the ardent friends of Mr. Van Huren. In his own state, no man has ever been honored through life by such honest, up right, exalted, steadfast friendships, a Mr. Van Huren may justly boast. From the time of Daniel T. Tompkins down to the present hour, we do not believe there has been a great and distinguished man of the democracy in the state who was not the friend of Mr. Van lltircu not an hon est and worthy man among ihrm who has not supportrd him with zeal and fidel ity, and found i:i return, an unwavering and faithful friend in him. lie has nev er looked on any of them (as an heart less and ambitious politician would do) as rivals whose aspirations were not to he promoted. On the contrary, it hag given him the highest graliiication to see and promote the spreading reputation of Mr. Wright, Mr. Uutler, Mr. Marcy, Mr. Flagg, Mr. Cambrclcng, Mr. Tauldiiig, and -other patriotic and able men like them to be honored by whoso friend ship, as Mr. Van Huren has been through long years of trial, is itself the strongest proof that he possesses all the qualities calculated to lit a man lor the enjoyment of the honorable and exalted attachments ; and yet it is pretended Mr. Van Il.ircn is cold, and has no heart for friendship ! An:tpiiii)f Tunic Craillr. An ingenious cradle of domestic manu facture, made by a gentleman in Missis sippi, and sent as a present to a friend, re siding in this city. An extract l'tom his letter is as follows : The body or frame of the cradle is man ufactured out of the shell of what we call the Snapping Turtle, that weighed 133 pounds caught by myself, out of my own waters. Tho railing is constructed of the horns of bucks, killed with my own rille by my own hauls. The rockers are made from a walnut tree that grew on my sister's plantation adjoining me. The spring inattrass or lining is stuffed with wool from my own sheep. The loose inaltrass is also filled with domestic wool, manufactured and lined by my own wife. The pillows arc filled with feathers from our own wild geese, and have been also manufactured by my own wife, with her own hands the geese having been pre viously slain by my own steady hand. The pavilion which you will prcccive is to he thrown over the canopy, was like wise, fabricated, fitted and contrived by my own right thrifty, ingenious and very industrious better half. Accompanying the cradle is a whistle, which was made by a friend residing with mc, out of the tusk of an aligator, slain by my own hand, as well as a fan made also by the same friend out of the tail of a wild turkey kill ed by me; accompanying the whole is the hide of a panther, dressed afier the fashion of the chamois, the animal having been slain by my own hands, and with my own trusty rifle. This is for the stranger to loll and roll upon w hen tired of his cradle. .." It has been said for the famous Colonel Crocket, that he was fautched down upon a raft and rocked in a bee gum. The stanger, whatever may become his name hereafter, may boast that he was rocked to sleep in the shell of a swamp snapping turtle, lounged on a panther's hide, wits fanned by a wild turkrtfs (ail and cut his tccih on an alligator's tusk ! Heat this who can. -Charleston Courier. Fossil Trees. The following remark able statement comes from a Georgia pa per: "Three entire trees have been dug tip on the Central Railroad, near M icon, Georgia, which were embedded in the earth about thirty-four feet below the sur face, within a few yards of each other. All of them arc of the lame kind of wood, which appears to be wild poplar, and the surface of them more or less charred. Hut the most singular mailt r connected with theui is that two of them were en crusted with rock and part of the other with a thin outer stir face of rock, which concealed a coating of metal, some of which was of common iron ore. ' 'I i iii j i:io(n ni. Washiugtonijiiism has yiveu birth to as bril liant specimens of true eloquence, u heart could desire. Yt'ilnt'sa the follouif touching appeal to the young, inailc by an aej nun, at a recent temperance jubilee at Ncvinaikct, N. II. : ".I have come, he combined, twelve miles to attend this meeting yet I do not value my time 1 feel rewarded by what I see around me. My friends, I have seen more of the world than most of you. I have trod the streets of proud old Lon don ; and the winds of distant India have fanned these furrowed cheeks of mine. My keel has been upon every sea, and my name upon many a tongue. Heaven blessed me with one of the best of wives and my children, oh, why should 1 speak of them! My home was once a paradise. Hut I bowed, like a brute, to the 'killing cup.' My eldest son tore himself from his degraded father, and has never returned. My voting heart's idol my beloved and sullering wife, has gone broken-hearted to her grave. And my lovely daughter whose image I seem to see in the beautiful around me once my pride and my hope pined away in sorrow and mourning because her father was a drunkard, and now sleeps by her mother's side. Hut I still live to tell the history of my shame, and the ruin of my family. I still live and stand here be fore you, to offer up my heart's fervent gratitude to my Heavenly Father, that I have been snatched from the brink of the drunkard's grave. I live to be a sober man. And while I live, 1 shall struggle to restore my wandering brethren again to the bosom of society. This form of mine is wasting and bending under weight of years. Hut, my young friends, you are just blooming into life : the places of your fathers and m ithers will soon lie va cant. See that you come up to (ill them with piire hearts and anointed lips ! Hind the blessed pledge firmly to your hearts, and lie it the Sibbolctli of life's war fare '." Satisfied to be Since. The Purls-' motitlj Tribune of Friday chronicles the return to Lewis county, Ky., of three ne gro men to the home of their master, from Canada, where they had escaped. Co uiiiiciciul Cuu'AOo, October 10. Then has been but little variation in our mar ket daring the past week. In III.- arrivals of pro duce lioin ihe country tin re bus hern a small in crease, ami business transactions during the past week have brcii fair. Wlieut From C8 t CJ cents continues to be paid fir winter wheat, nixl from 43 to Jl fir spring. About 33.000 bushels have arrived here during the past week. Ciiii liut little coming in. Sales have been made to-day at 31 rents which is the highest mar ket price. Outs Sale were made on Saturday at 23 a 2j. We hear of no rales by l'ie load to-day. l'vutr Nominal to-day at a'lont $d 50. There has been but littlu doing in Hour for the few weeks past. Vi and B:ff.t market, Saturday liinht. 210 beef cuttle, t'anie in this morning fioin K.iek Hiver i) head. We heard of in) sales above ?2 2'; perhaps a trifle more might be obtained for heavy quality. In pork there is nothing do iiij, as )ct, cicept to supply the city demand. J)rinierit. Sr. hoe is, Oct. 12, 1S3L I' four Country brands,3 5 I a ?3 75. U'W, first-rate article, I 0 a tX, inferior and for, 60 a .'5i. ('urn, in good demand at 2a 0itt. ready sale nt 20. I'Lt.i'Cul, in demand at 70 a 75c. IIY.TSI'.M .11.. MARRIED In this place, on Mond iv last by the Rev. Mr. I'amdi, Mr. JLKLWIIAH "WOOD lo Miss IJRIDtjUr I! K L.N K.N, (JjrThougli many may think this fair hrido has met with a direful misfortune in being thus sud denly changed into How, such is certainly not the case, for this circumstance has neither impair ed the goodness of her heart, as the bountiful man ner in which she caused llie poor printers lobe re membered abundantly proves, nor the wisdom of her head, fir who will not concede that, as the bleak and chilly ri ign of honry Winter was rapid ly approaching, she acted wisely in seasonably providing herself with W'uud ? (iiMM) wolf nr.vr: VT a convention held at the house of (Ieorge . M. Newton, in Point Republic, on Saturday the 1 1th i lint., for the purpose of taking into con sideration the propriety and management of a ge neral 'ilf Hunt, tho several delegates decided to have a general and simultaneous chase On Snturduy, the :S'h i.-is., Starting from their several abodes in the morning, closing into n circle tit one o'clock P. M. three miles in circumference, round a Hag forty-live feet high, to be erected on tho rail mad seven miles south of Lowell. The grand marshals are Chris topher Winters, Hugh Alexander, Benjamin Mil lord, N'ehemiah Letts, A Hurt Moon, and Lew is W, WcKlon. A petit marshal to every twelve men. No guns admitted nor dogs, unless tied, till after llie ring is formed. How many Ottawa hoys can wc have t Hurrah! Have vnu anv good horse there! PERRY A. ARMS! RONO, lirantillc, October H, 113. Sccrclitri. rjHE Executive Committee of the La Salle H County Agricultural Society, are ri tpicsie, to meet nl the Court Hou-e in Ottawa on Pucs dav the Mill day of Noterober, at I o'clock, p. m. Oct. SO. V.. IIALDWIN". V.. mTANTED A hoy about U years of ng. IT lo live wilh a small family. Enipiire at the Prinlinu Office, f'-l. 2 , 1M3. r H 111 K I'M) () I ' K'LLK! I l)l S C I ) N - j JL TROVESY lor o de by i n v . . c- u .,. vv t J . Al.lll.rv IV llil IVI.I.S It, Saw. TP OYVLAND'S Anchor, Saw Mill and JSl Cross Cut Saws for sale by Sept. 20--tf CrsiniAX & Gridlcy. STOVKS! STOVES! ! Tin. Sheet-Iron Copper Ware. 4m j. .ha.i,i:y v co. HAVE now recened their fall supply of snuT.s, together with a general assortment of Hollow It'urr, Copper, Tin anl Sheet Iron Ware, Stove Pipe, $ c., which will be sold at prices to suit pur chasers. Flour, Oats, or cash, will be received in exchange for any of the above articles. J. .MAX LEY & CO. Ottawa, Oct. 'JO, 1813. State of Illinois, La Salle eonnty, ss. In the Circuit Court, to .November term IS 13: William Cbumasero r?. Augustus (i. s. W ight. Adam Yroman, W illiam John W itit. J..liii l'atighamlcr, executor iVc. of Samuel l.apsley, ilee'd., and Samuel 1'- Smith. lYlition loi partition of real estate. "VyOTICL m hereby given to the said Augustus U.S. Wight, Adam Vroman, William John Wight, Jiihu ratighander, executor etc. of Samuel Lnpblcy, dee'd., and Samuel 'J'. Smilh, that I shall present a petition lo the Circuit Court ol ha Salle county on the first day of the next term thereof, to be hidden at Ottawa on Today the 10th day of .November next, for a partition of section number four, in t nv nsl.ip number thitlv-lbree, ninth of tilt; base line number one, east of the lluril principal meridian, in the county of ha Salle, between myself mid the said Augustus ti. S. W ighl, Adam Vroman, William John W ighl. John raughander, executor Osc. of Samuel Laps lev, dee'd., and Samuel T. Smith, and all claim ing urn.Vr them according to the re.-i. dive rights ol the parties therein. IV. CJIL'MASIUIU. I let. (J, IS 13 U I fcxeculiixN Notice. A LL persons having claims against J. the estate of Chester House, de ceased, nre hereby notilii'd and rctiesteil lo attend before the Probate Justice of L:i Salle county, at bis oli'ne in Ottawa, in said county, on Tuesday, the. 1 lib day of November next, fur the purpose of haviiit; llie same adjusted ; tuat being the day fix ed upon by the subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for ihe purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said dece dent. LUC1NDA IIOL'si:, Sept. 2J.-13--(it L'.'i cutrix. TIIOUAS I.AUU1V, Prolate Justice of the Peace, VI, SO iicis as Justice of the J'ea.-u in Ottawa precinc t. Oll'n e on the north-cast comer ol Canal and Columbus -I reels. Ottawa, O. t. 13 1S43. $.?0 Reward ! SVH.W l.D UK STOLEN from the subscribers residing about lV i ""V.J lour miles uoilh ol Dayton, 111., on frSMsX '''C'cuiber last, one V f ' t cream-colored Mare, shod on the BifeL?ai lore feet, and rather of small size. Also, a large bav Horse, with a star en the lore head, and one of the trout and one nf the bind feel are white, and is a good traveler ami riding horse. If Ihe above a 1 1 i ' ii 1 1 s have been stolen, ihe sum of J 0 will be imid for their recovery and the ap prehension of the thief or thieves. If strayed, a liberal reward will be paid for their recovery or information respecting them. V.. P. KELLP.Y, jas. p. i u zr.il. October 13, IS 13. 17-3 A! minis! r:i tor's Notice. LL persons having claims no-ain.,1 tin? estate of John V. Reynold, dee'd., are hereby notified and requested to exhibit the same to the subscribe!, ad ministrator of said estale, or to the Probate Justice of Livingston county within nine months from the date hereof. C. W. REYNOLDS, t'jjninistrator. Oct. 0, 1813.. 17 It. AltP SjraturS Sale. rilHERE i:t the lute residence of JL John WKACfils, dee'd., in Livingston eonnty, On Tuesday (fie. Itli day of Xov. next, I'hc personal property of f.iid deceased, consis ting of one yoke ol Oven, one Wagon, one Horse Mill, farming utensils, W heal ami oats in the stack. Corn on the ground, a lot of Hons, 27 life st. mils, one Loom, h oiscliold and kitchen furni ture, together w ilh a v iriely of other articles. ,1l.io, on the Thursday following, At ihe house of the subscriber in La SalV coiintv, a number of milk Cows, young cattle and r jives ; a lot of Sheep, one Horse, and a number of other items which is also a part of said estate. A credit of nine mouths will be given, and the particulars of the terms o! sale will be made known on Ihe day or sale. C. W. REYNOLD. Oil. 7,1.-1 '. I, 4 I'aper Ilaniiis. A i 1,,lls 1ui"-'r Urging", for fl-UVJ sale by Sept. '29. -tf. Cl-SIIMAV it 0 RIDLEY. Diisoliition. r"H1HE partnership heretoforn existing betivecn Michael Kennedy ami Am hro?e O'Conner, at Peru, La-nlle county, and slate of Illinois, is ibis day, hy nniln al consent, dis-ilved. All debts, dues, and demands bcbuiiiio; to the lain partner-hip are to be Milled by Ambrose O' f'ounet, who vt ill ronlinui bitsiticss l'erti. .MICHAEL K ENNEDY, a.mukom: d'connkr. rein, 'Jtlth St.pt, is 13. N. 1!. All pels it's havinrr nnsfttlcd ac eoun'.s witli the laic (inn of Kennedy and O'Conner, are requested to call and sitile the same with tint subscriber. 15--3t AMllUOSE O'CONNER. Mst of Letters III: MAIM. MS in the iVit Office it Ottawa, ft, Illinois, Ik-tuber 1, 1843. t'l rmim c...',,y J'r Letters will plcutt tug liey i:rc uitintiuj, Anderson John I.ightfiot t.cvi Armstrong Andrew I.copole. .Moses Allen K J l.inke Lsq Urowu Charles 2 l.isk .Manly V Ualdtvin Llmer Lavinia V T S 4 liassett 11 K Nleallew EJwarJ UearJ.ley Aaron 2 Mat-key Samuel lirown Mrs Milhkeu Samuel Hi own Mrs Elizabeth Mcielis John liiecse D U Monroe James Ueailesten 1 Milhkeu James M ('uke Cbarbs Moore James 1' Champlui J C .Morgain Joseph Creurbaun Olio Mcl'airan Joint II Chase Sarail Miller James Caton J U McCarthy John HouJ Mrs J M MeCorinick W Connon Michael McLaughlin Martin Crotty Jeremiah Mitchell Patrick I'uiiioiiulniii Patrick Mann (leu Derry Jas Mann Isaac Danlord Mary Mvne Monshina Dodge Susan C M'.llard l'hilo U Duniotvao Albert Mai-key Lafayvtto Dimock M W IS ash David ti Dalit 'I' p Price Salmon D ck Peter II Perley Julia A Doperion L Philips James G 2 Klliott 0 C Parker Lldred Hhersole D S Peck David U Cageu & Roberts Kuhcrts Milton B rurnsworth Daniel Robinson Mrs Punk Joseph Richardson Win Cray II Ryan James 4 (run John Roberts L (Jiiggs i'leanor Roam P (iraham Mary S lieeder David (iraham Doct F Rice Handle Orove Joseph Rich Charles C iregus Enos Reynold St urt (iilJay James Sw:ift M 11 5 1 1 ackelt Reuben 2 Seelcy Win Hodgson Thos Schneider Henry HovAglcs (Joodman Spencer James lluugaboorn John 2 Seaman Nathaniel Maigh I'ranklin W I' Shumakee Olmdialt II ist'ord A P 2 Seaman Mary llelfenslein Kesper Slcriiagcn M llarwood Levi Songer ( ieorga Mall Joseph Stone J (5 Hooper John Sinclair John I !l( J J Thompson J W Holt Jas J & Thus Tone Win 2 lliiggiibooin Phche. Thornlon John Harvey Charles Vim .amec AloniO Kaufman Tuljus Wright John 8 K ii n ni Hugh Welch Jaoies 10 II v Edward 2 Wallace Major D Lewis Asa Weaver (!eo P Leonard II Wheeler .lames P LeonarJ & Eaton Whiiesel Solomon LullisJ Wells A Linden snmh Wilson XV W or J J l. ivvi.ui P or D McCarty Woraren Norman Lamb A Voungman Mrs O Louis. John S Ynungimiii Doct X A. WOODRUFF, '. M. Ottawa, Oct. 6. IS 13. 150-16. I.itt of Letters 1 i:I.ININU in the Pest Oilicc at La Salle, ft Illinois, on the3lj;hday ol September, 131.). !Ju I'ermm catling fir Letters will plena say tliClj HIT (llltCrllHt. A L ord Loftus Loid Charity lll.rck Jacob P Kov (leoree i Unmhall Horace II Myer James (-arraghcr James Martin U IS Comics liobert Mann lolui Corlcy Martin 3 Mills Daniel Clarke Philip Murray Joseph Daily Owen Jlioney Kdwnrd Downs Mr AcUmiuick Uryan r'elhson William Newell Rev I'llhian Rev Win O'l'arrell .1 I'riersoii John Peck (ieoige S ('arvin Timothy Perry Julia M Oooiliii William Reed Jackson Onm Eli S K,.,b-y P Hart John Kichardsoi) W'm Howard Edward Seybold J Huston John SliHeih r John llyali Abraham Slack Mr Johnston Jno J V Tin lor John Kleinfclier Mary Wilson .lames Leahy John Williamson II Leonard Louiza Woirall (ieorge XV Lewis S K Young Jeremiah Lep'i.'e John U II. L. OSBORME, P. M. Oct. e.lSl l. &0-1G i:oots, siior.s, i.i: rui:u, Ac. s. It. trol.l.IN's .V CO. -Vy. 110, Luke Street, Chicago. H VE just received their fall find . winter slock, consisting i, 3()U cases of mens, boys and youths thick Up ami cult boots, shoes and brogaus, dancing pumps and slip pers, wmnens calf, kip and morocco boots anil shoes, sewed ami pegged la lies and misses fine walking shoes, slippers, bu-kius, lies, nailers, half gaiters, gamhrooii shoes, children shoe of nil kinds. Also, sole and wax upper lealber. e.ilf and kip skins, and a general assortment nf shoe stocks, lasts, linihngs, etc., iVe. We are milking mens double ri.deil thick Hinl kip hoots and br 'iinns of the best quality. All of w hich w ill be sold very low for cash, by the case, dozen, or al retail. Par. iner mid country mrichants will do well to call and examine befoiu purchasing elsewhere. Oct. (i, IS 13. 10-3m I'reiieli Ilrautly. 111. I'rencli Hrandv just received and for sale hy J. & (S. ARMOUR. Sept. rJ, 1813. I f)-if NOTICE is hereby given, lliat the notes and accounts of James Jlr tnmtr have been left with me for collec tion, and that suit will be brought indis criininaiely unless setilcuienis and pr.y mcnts are made forihwiib. S. II. EAR WELL. Sept. 15, 18 13.- -It Information Wauled. N or about the 5th of Sept last, Mr. John Waller, about Sfi years of nje, cihiii! to my house with nn ox team, wnj on, nnil horse, as an old acquaintance, from Newark, Tinga county, New Yoik. lie lame, remained, and left in my ah. sence on S.iturday of the name week, and no information can be obtained from any source. lie he's been in this country hinee I83M, and tin last year was riifjaged in worKinij land in le Kalli county, near Sycamore, lie left about norm, and com plained of having- the nue. In behalf of his friends at the east, (who ate wry res pectable.) any information of him will he thankfully received. W.M. RICHARDSON. South Ottawa, Oct. 0, 1913. NEW AND CHEAP GODS! Best Bargains in the County! TK.KZK & IIICKLING ar now receiving ? and opening at the CHEAP CAi-H S PORE in Ottawa, direct from New York and Huston, their Fall and Winter supply of merchan dize, which was txprchily ttlrrted f.,r thin tmnktl. The supply embraces a general assortment of Ditv ;oois, A large lot of new style calicoes, from 10 cts. per yard upwards ; brown mus lins ; ticks and checks ; painted muslins, brown and bleached drillings and muslins, trry cheap; sattineis ; jeans and cotton yarn; shawls and handkerchiefs, a supe rior assortment; together with a general variety of articles for the especial acconi modaiion and convenience of the ladies, who are earnestly invited lo call and ex amine our stock before piirchasintj else where. Also, a large and complete as sortment of koots a suor.s, Quecnsu-are.togelher with a full supply of GROCERIES, Embracing n choice lot of brown and loaf Sugar, Coffee, Tea, &e.t tfce. Also, natufjs v ivii:di ims, Oils, Paints and Hie SttJfi, Window Glass, .V,7v, eV r.. t, c. And a peneral variety of articles usually kept in Dry Goods and l)rug& Medicine establishments. C7Kemimbtr ice charge nothing fur showing our goods, and that ice have always sold as cheap as the cheapest.' Ottawa, Sepl. 29. 18-13. if MORE SEW GOODS! W M. T RUE $: SON ARE just npeninrr a splendid assorl . ment of STAPLK & FANCY GOODS, adapted to the fall and w inter trade, w hich they nre determined to sell as low as the very lowest profit or no profit eousistinjr in part of diiv ;oois, Roth Foreign and Domestic, for Ladies' and (Jcutlemen's wear and for family use; selected expressly to suit the wants of this community, and bought uncommon ly low. rooi&mioi:. A great supply of ladies slippers, walking shoes, boots, gentleinans boots, shoes, brooans. pumps, slippers, children boots and bhoes, of all kinds and sizes. IIAItlMVAItlC. A complete assortment of such articles as are usually called for, including Table and Pocket cutlery, nails, locks, bulla and screws, ($'c, ttc. ji aiii:. A very large assortment of fine and common ware, including tea M-tts of va rious prices, (luted and plain "lass tum blers, ewers and basins, dishes, 4c, etc. (in mix.. Coats, pants, vesis, over coals, shirts, drawers besides hals, caps, k'i"'S, socks, hdkfs, Mocks, suspenders, &e, ttc. :itM I it I ics. Sugar, molashes, colfee, tobacco, tea of various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye stuffs, spices, te. Resides, cap and letter paper, ink, quills, steel pens, wall paper, and a "thousand and one" oilier articles such as are usually called for, nil of which we Hatter ourselves, will be found as cheap as at any oilier More try us before you buy. Wheat, Oats. Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, Hotter ami Eggs taken in trade. Oct. 0, 1813. im:v .stoki:. Jtt O. ARMOUR are now opening, one door west of Messrs. Trues' store, a large and general stock of Mer chandize, which they intend lo ne ;n the lowest prices for t.iibh and all kinds of country produec Their Mock embraces a comtdcte ns- fortmcnt of diiv ;oods, Amongst which are Urnad Cloth, ( 'uK-imt-res, Sallin'-lls, Moleskins, Velveteens, Vidimus, Klanuels, Sliriped Sheetings,' A iron I 'hecks, Mrrimai Prints, -I anil 4 1 llleeched and lirown Nurtinj.il nm! Mieeiinis, IlluecV Uruwn Diillinyi. I .in n, ys, iln.'Sliij, '.'"(ion and Woollen Ysi II Ualling, Ac , Ac. List) and IJrown Linen, Lni;hi-h, I all Hiver, and Also, a large assoiiment of Hoots and Shoes, Crock cry Hard' JlVirc, Carpenters? 7Ws, ana (1 rarer ics. Our old friends and the community ge nerally are respectfully requested to give us a call and examine for ihcm.-elvcs. Ottawa. Sept. 20. 1 H 13. Coots iV Mioes. O f 'as-- Hoots and Shoes for sale OU by CL'SIIMAN ,t CRIDLLY. Sept. 5!, 1813. 15-:f V17!HTU LEAD and Lim-eed Oil y f for sale hy CUSHMAN i G RIDLEY. Sept. 20, 1813. 15-tl Whitlow ;i.h. O (ft l-i'his Window Sash for OUUUraichv CISI1MAN tt HRIDLEY. stpt. 20, inn. -i.vu Tnih Washlairn's Showls atid' Spatles for sale by Sept. '2'J-lf L'usiiM.v.N Si Gripluy. T. D. UrcuMer, ce-. i, xora ard;ng Commission .9?;? Merchant, Pkhm. La Sl!t county, Illinois. I'tRC, March I, 1842. John HolTuiuii, ZE3rFururJi'g 4' Commistion - ' olrtlivi- ....... v.. ,. i., , j i'ern. Lu Salle coui.tv. llW Mav 12. If 13. 4S If. ttei;Jar IVieliet lor Illinois Kivei 'i'he new and splenJid hm Hi. ii Oli urilUUHl -t "'m 'l '- Llitkixso.v, Master, L"L2."'will run as a regular ."r-T&ZZ 1... I and M. I. .mi-. mli ,-wvc 1'iica every Tues day, and t-M. Limid every SatuVilay. llt-r accout iiioilatioiiH for i.is -en,'. rs i.re of the tirl order, luoinj private slate ro,.;i,-a:id every coiivctiiencj rcijoi-itc for coii.f.n t. I'or freight or pu'-.ie apply to the master ou board. CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP. LADILV r.i.M;V STOISE. A 1 1 A. H A A JUST received al the Ladies' Fancy Store in Ottawa, direct from New Orleans by the Mcnm-boat Alex. Scott, a new and larve assortment of DRY COODS; a new siyln of light and dark I'riii.s, of all kinds ; Ladies' Slims, complete supply ; Ihninetisof all kinds; D-nnesiies, (Jloves, Miu, and i.'verylhiiig hclougiiiij lo f.mcv ar articles Ladies an: invited to call and examine the goods. No trouble will ho spared to accommodate them. Coo. Is will be sold very cheap, and no mistake ! Ottawa, July 2S, 1 S 13. FALL AM) WIM'Eli liUUDS, for Cash or I'ruducc. f 1 1 1 n subscribers ac notv receiving direct from JL LSostnn. an exlt'io-iie and well sck'CteJ Uorl meiit of FALL and U I.N 1U it 1)U V (JOODS, Amonj which are the f ill nviini i Dlack, blue, green, Mid brown liroaJ Cloths nnd ('.T-sitners ; Suttinells, Ken tucky Jeans, Hard Times, Pilot, Buffa lo, mid Heaver Cloths ; 'ZOO pieces French, English, and American Prints, Mousclinc tie Liiiues, Uombaziiu'S, A it li nt-t and Alpaecas, black, hlue-'oiuck, and Alpacea Silks ; French and Eng lish Merinos, Cuni'orics, mull ami Sw iss Mii-dins, I'oiibintii, Rail lumd, wash, blond, and wire Lriee, lace Edginirs anil Inseriings, hlontl Qui'dtns, Rook Mus lins, llishoi' Lawn. Linen ('ambric Ilaiidkcrehit fs, HaiidaiilU lit id Pongeo Silk Handkerchiefs, Rob Roy Shawls, ineriiio. AIHeca.and black silk Cravats, irreen Harare. Ladies' while autl black cotton 1 1 -. Moravian o uolsied Hose, Sik and Taby Vihets, plain anil rirur cd S.itin Ve.-'iniiS, 'alcncia tliito. Coat Tiiininings, Lino and brown Drillings, while and black Waddings, Cofon Rat lings. Canton Fl oini Is, red. green, am! yellow woollen tliiin. Linsey Woolseys, Tickings, I'.url-tps, Hickories, llicaeheil Cottons, 11 Labs brown Sheetings and Shining-!, tt' etc. MA II!) WAKE : Table Hinges, S.rap Hinges Rrick Slllf Pl.isiering Trowels, Sheep Shears, Rasps, Mill Files, ll.iinl Saw Files. Rolls, chest, cupboard, till, trunk, and pad Lucks, dm blets. Awls, 1?!. n kiiig, l'creiissii n Caps, Snuff Muxes, Ink Stand-. Slates; Shoe, llor-c, and Whitewash finishes ; Trace ( 'bains, llutts and t'erc w s, A ugers, Draw Shaves, malic. d ie itNmfolk Door Trim mings, Tacks. S!inu Nails, Rrads, Sieves, Cla.s Paper, ( 'in ry Com lis, Uritaiinia Tea Pols, Coil'ee .Mil'ls, Cattle and Wool Cards, paint IJrusbe. Manure Forks, Hooks and Hinges, Sa I Lous. Hoincr's, W lUoii's, and Col'.in.' Axes ; Knives and I'orks, Siiioiis, l'ueket Knives, llroad A xi s, t )il Siones, Ili itaiiiiia Lamps Tea, Trays, 50 Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, dc ALm). Tt'l.l'hl of Boots u:i:t iS'ii.f..-, CrccUry and (iruiciic?, Which vi e ell', r l'.-r ns !..iv ts such article cm be pmcl,n.. d i.i the cos'.c.u or wtateili coun try, bo i aili of pi.'ifoc -. -'L UMAX A. lirilDI.Ly, Oit.nva. Sept 2J, 'lie;i lot' or Winter Vhe;it f II Silh.r rilier will sell on tlip mojit reason, i' I,, lei in, for cash or gooj wni'er wheat. I! nm I Cdths. Casumrrts, SiittinrHs, Pccnc'i Mctiaott, Trench B mlu:inrs. c. Vr.. as, also, any older oiicle in his line of hti.infN. Call anl see and cxui.ii.if f r v nrntlcrs. JOHN SIIULEU. Ottavva. A-i'i:.-i C.'i. 1S1J. I0tf. Atluiiiil ,li:Uor', Oolite A LL persons b umg eMinj rig;iiiil lh tst.ite of Low el M,,rt. dtcM., aro hereby notillid at.d tcrp.iested to attend be fore the Probate Justice nf La Salle county on Monday the loth day of November A. D., 1813. rr the purpose of having the same adjusted that bt invj the tiino lixeil upon by the suhsciiber, in purvuance of the r-t;iiute, f r t'te purpose of retiling and adjusting :.V. iLi:n tjjaitui the fMale of said tleccdt til. M. I). WALLACE, Kldm'r. Ottawa, Sept. yih, 1'J 0 : V:iatea. r OOl'.K, WlK-.d, flour. Ucms. Tbs- J." n.xd, Hide and O.ds CFS.UMAN A CRIULCY. Ottawa, Sept. '."v IS 13. 1 3-vC