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TH E OTTAWA FREE TRADER.
- of "No, no, never !" waving of hats, Ac.) He would take their answer to his father, , and would tell them they had no cause to be frightened.- 'I here had been some talk of the King of Hanover- (groans and hisses) and 20,000 men (more groans ami hisses) coming over there. liet them come, 'They woulJ send a goose over In the King of Hanover.' . (laughter,) and he thought he and his men would get rather too much of a plucking. -(Cheer and laughter.) The (lurrcncyInlcroliiij;. Mr. Kendall, in a Into uiiuiber of the "Ex pot ior," remark as follows in laying before his rea ders a letter recently written by Col. Denton to some of his constituents, in which the Col. urot at tho Only mean:) of giving tho country a sound currency the suppression of ull hank paper under the denomination of at least f 20. Mr. K.'s sug gestions are important and worthy of attention particularly in Illinois, which is,' we believe, the only bwikless state in tho Union. The annexed letter of Col. Denton was written in reply to one from the gentlemen to whom it is addressed, and contains im portant facts and sound doctrine. But to insure to this country a sound currency, another measure, scarcely ever touched upon in the discussions on the sub ject, is, in our humble judgement, absolute ly necessary. By the constitution, the States are forbidden to make any thing but gold and silver a legal tender in pay ment of debts. They have all made both gold and silver a legal tender without re striction or limitation. The consequence is, that gold a seldom or never paid out by the Hanks, exicpt as a matter of f.ivor. If a citizen have a hundred dollar bank note and wants a hundred dollars in gold, he has no legal rigid to demand gold lie may demand gold and silver; but the bank complies with the law by paying him in diver only. That is cumbrous and he does not want it rather than take it, he keeps his hundred dollar note or exchan ges it for notes of a smaller denomination. This case illustrates every ease of the kind, and shows how completely, under the present lender laws, it is in the pow er of the 15 inks to prevent the general in troduction of gold as a currency. And as it is their interest to do o, inasmuch as for every eagle or half eagle kept out of circulation they put a ten or live dollar note in, it cannot he doubted that they will pursue this policy as long as thev have the power. The only remedy is to alter the tender laws, so as to make gold the exclusive legal lender, except for small sums. We should say, begin with rums of a hundred dollars and over, and bring the limit down by degrees to five dollars and over, always allowing fractions of half eagles to be pah; . in silver. Every man who -prefers gold to pffper, could then obtain it as a matter of right, and our currency would become really a mi.ee I currency instead of nearly an exclusive papct currency as it lias been under our present system, and will con tinue to be under existing laws. Nor will the citizen he subjected to anv more inconvenience when the legal cur rency is demanded of him than he is now, nor so much. AW, if he have paper and specie be demanded, he has to go to the Danks and lug home the silver; then, he would have gold to carry. Gold is now the only legal tender in Great Britain, and in most if not all the nations of Europe. If our banks contin ue to exist it must he made so here, or all attempts to introduce a gold currency, or even a mixture of paper and gold to any useful extent, will be ineffective and use less. It is by such a measure, and that only, that the policy of the gold bill can be made effective; and if the Legislature of Missouri will set the example, they ' will do more to protect their constituent .against the dangers and mischiefs of an unmixed paper currency than by any other measure. This added to the exclu sion of small notes, would limit the hank note circulation so as to make it tolerable, though nothing can make it entirely safe, until fiction becomes truth. Tlh American Captain and British Jldmiral. When during the late war, Admiral Warren was laying in the Chesa peake, Captain Smith was sent by Com modore Stewart, then at Norfolk, to ne gociate an exchange of prisoners. The news had just arrived of iho capture of the Java, and the Admiral speaking of that event asked Captain Smith how it happened that our frigates were so suc cessful in taking theirs. Capi. Smith an swered that he knew no reason for it, un less that we fought better. "No," said the Admiral, "that cannot . be ; but the reason is that two-thirds of your crew are .British seamen." "Then," replied Capi. tain Smith, "the other third being Ameri cans makes the whole difference." The Admiral attempteu no further explanation Oil the knotty subject." W'e doubt if the records of wit can pro duct a more happy repartee. It was prompt, and at the same timo goes to the very marrow and heart of ihe question. It is one of those pushes that can neither be parried nor returned. It Closed tho game ; tho Admiral had not another move. Citizen Soldier. . Young ladies and genllcmerj arc very plenty how-tv-days, but there is a great demand for boys and girls, which in the sublimated state of civilisation, are wholy exterminated. ' ' ,- f.rucritl John MhIIIthii. This gentleman bore aconspieious part lit the American revolution, lie was the son of Scotch parents, who resided at Berwick, in Main ; and in eaily life he was the architect of his own fortune. De sirous of procuring an education, he went to Portsmouth, and ofl'ered his services to a Mr. Livermore, a counsellor at law, who ' resided near the spot where the church '.is now located. lie offer ed to take care of Mr. L's horse, spin his wood, &c, if Mr. L. would board him, and give him the privilege of read ing his Iwoks. The bargain was conclud ed ; John was faithful to his trust, and was enabled to spend much lime in bis employer's library. One evening, however, Mr. Livcrinore returned from an excursion, and John was not on hand lo take care of the horse. It was found on inquiry of a domestic, that a client had called for Mr. L. to manage a case to be brought before a justice that evening, and as his master was absent, John had oll'.'red his services, and had actually gone oil" with the man Mr. L's curiosity was excited and after taking care of his horse, he slipped into court without being perceived by John. The case was managed with such ingenuity ami ability, and so much native talent was displayed, that afier his return home, Mr. L. addressed him : 'John, my kitchen is no place for you, follow your studies, give them your undivided atten tion, and you shall have, what assistance you need from me until you are in a con dition to repay it.' The result is well known that he became eminent at the bar; and at the call of his country, he made a great personal sacrifice in leaving ; his profession to enter the army. Here he shone as a star of ihe first magnitude, and will have his name handed down to posterity as the companion and confiden tial friend of the father of his country. After the close of the war, he was presi dent of New Hampshire three years and afterwards district judue. Jam us Sum.ivax, brother of John, who was afterwards Coventor of Massachu setts, was, in his minorship, engaged in boating on the Piscaiaqua. He was en gaged in this business when both of Ins legs were broken, the marks of which he afterwards bore. What noble examples are here given, to stimulate young men in the aqnisition of knowledge, and the improvement of iheir natural talents. t'OHI lllt'i , llll C n i c 1 1) (i, Nov, 13. In consequence of the continued had nlutc ol the roads but litllo produce of any kind U;u arri ved the pat week. W'e ijnole wheal imlay al a 5S. Corn at !.). Oats is in gn at dcin.uid ; quick ut 33 a 37 cents. Beef has ndvaiiccd u little since our I;. st. Heavy Ij. cf, on f.mt, com innnds from 2 !o l'2.i5 per cut. SomH'ew hmds of pork, weighiun froui 200 to 2.10, wa re t.d on Saturday al "2 25 a 2 ill). A few sales hac ;d- J been made to-day at tins rate. The prospect is favorable for a much belter price being paid for pink this fail Ihau Ihe last i but what it will he ca t now be determined. One of our most extensive merchants remarked to us this morning, thai he was willing to contract for t',000 hoi;, weighing 2 0 lbs , (o be delivered after ihe middle of ihj- mouth at per lUOibs. The prospect of Chicago offering a goid market for hogs this fall ami coiiiing winter, is very en couraging; many of our meichants of umple means are making extensive preparations for slaughtering and packing, mid we think thai many inducements will ho held out to all our fir mers, who possibly can, to bring their perl; to lids aiarket. JJcsides the good price, tin ir pork will command, in no part of the west can goods be purchased cheaper ihan in this inaike', as mo.tof our merchants made the whole entire purclia-e of Iheir stock before the last heavy rie in goods. Utmiirrat . in w IHIW.W iwimijiu riiblic Sale of Kc:il EMntc. U USU A N T lo an order of il.j circuit court of La Salle cotiutv, the sub scriber, administrator of the estate of Ezra Ackley, deceased, will sell, at public ven due, on the premises hereinafter described, on the full day of January 181 1, al 12 o' clock M. of thai day, the following tract of land, to wit: Commencing at the north east corner of a lot of sixteen acres of laud heretofore surveyed ami subdivided into two acre lots by Lancelot IJood, county surveyor of La Salle county, May, 1S11, and running thence south Gil3 30 east four chains and twnty-four links : from whence a red oak H inches in dia meter, hears north Qi, east six links ; thence south 1 5' east twenty-six chains five links, whence a bur oak 22 inches in diameter bears south 2()J west 3 links ; thence north 6'!' 3 )', west four chains and thirlynine links, to the south-east corner of said sixteen acre lot; thence north 1 5 west tweniv-five chains and seventy- two links to the place of beginning, con taining ten acres, and subdivided into live lots of two acres cicli. To be sold in tracts of two acres each lo the highest bid der for rendv money. I.E. MAN ACKLEY, Mn'r. Nov. 17. lrtf.T 22-fit LKATIIK1L A general assortment of Leather, for sale cheap by Nov. 10. VALUi:U&lllCKLlNG. A SUPERIOR lot of Window Glass, just received and for sale by Nov. 10. V A LK L. II & 1 1 1 C K LI N G . i LANK EXECUTIONS kept con- 3 atantlyou hand anil foroalcatlhis ojice. c c -- H 3 s5 S c "f -- 5 sT o g " c? v2 K s. -j - a 3 ' u -.sssS tt . C -s, 3 .S5.:aj -H C t C ? ! - rr , t S ? : ;s?x- cr-.2 ; -St1-- s, n'S W W'S 1i.-5-'.S-3" C i. - 3 13 - . t !5 tL'Z "5 "t J 5"! - 5"a- . i s-! H - fc '-- i LATEST AI1KIVAL! LP. SAXfJKIl it Co. are now re. ceiving from New York and St. Louis, at the Brick store, '2T3 Purlm sen Portion and Domestic J)UY GOODS, !":ii'lv:ii, J'rorKrry, Hoots :uiil felloes, Jror'i i. v, Aails, i!asv Ac, Ac. Which will be sold for Cash, Pork, Flour. H heat, Lard, Tallow, Hides, and Bees wax, at prices that cannot fail to please the most fastidious. Ottawa, Nov. 17. 1813. 711 lids, a Bis. Minis. N. 0 Sugar, Loaf Sugar, 2 " Crushed do., 20 Sacks Kio and Havanna Codec, 10 Chests Y. II. and Imp. Teas, 111 l!ox"S Kaisius, 50 Kegs Nails, For sale at prices to suit ihe times, for cash or ready pay. Nov. 17. ' L. P. SANGER it Co. Hoots Mtoes and Iesa:!ier. (7 ('ases Course and Fine Hoots, $3 and Shoes, fit) Sides Sole Leather, 17 l)oz. Hui ksuiu Mi; is, At reduced Prices at the Hiiek Store, Nov. 17. L. P. SAN (J I'll & Co. JVnlicc to Croli.'ors of Bankrupts. IN' the matter of the liatikrtiptcy of William N. 1'avis, (ieorge 1!. Martin, .lames S. Waile, Kelle rupts Uuryea, and Seymore llelauiattcr, bunk- .Notice is hereby civen to all creditors and other persons in interest nf iho above named bankrupts, that on the dill day of December. IS 13, I sh'ill up. ply to Ihe l)i-.lrirl Court t.f the l i.iled Nialos lor tlie llislricl of Illinois hnlden nt priugiieM, fur an ordiT of s ml coui I anlhori.ing me to compound or sell any ib bis. or other claims or seem il les, dis charge ihe liens, sell, transfer, and convev real estate, property, litihls of property, ur lesiilmnv interests, redeem and diseharue moi tie.'i s. due or beloui;ing to the ivtales of said bankrupts no cording lo the provisions of ihe Ith si clion of the general bankrupt law, upii.ived Aiiylis! 10. IS 11. when and where you may appear and show cause if any you have uhvsiieh order should not be parsed. l.VMA.N HRI.sTul,, A-m'jucr f,,r K'ndiill Cn-ntln. Nov. ITih, IS 1:1. oj-2 FALL cc VI.Ti:il GOODS. fllUn subscriber is now opening from New I Vork. a general assurlmcnt of STAPLE DRV (it)ODs. Black, Iiitr, Urmrn and Mixed i:i:oai r:.oa i:s, SlicrjiH (I ray Dmeitie Cloth, Hack and Mixed -Sat I i nets, liravrr Cloth, le i and While Flannels, D.nnrstia and !lurlrl Cottons, Cotttiuand ll'onllen l am. And a variety of other goods, such as arc usually kept in 'nunlry stores. ;s:o( t::us. 'Peas, Coffee, Sugar, M iusses, Plug, Suud,in and Pine-cut Tobacco. Spices of all hinds. Shelf l!:m!iv:irc. Jl large assortment of Boston Nails, .lxet, ti c., Vc AhsiO, a lame axsortuicnt of Thick and Pine H ints, ). for ioys, superior, Thick and A'yj Prolans, I.uitics Slip and Walking Sh:us. The. subscriber will receive in cch mite for the above, Wheal, Oats, Tallow, lleps-wiix, Dry and (ireen Hides; Deer kiii', I'uis, and all kiiids ot country produce. (i, IJI'RR. Ottawa. Oct. 27, 1813. iy if c;i:o i:itir.s. JUST received and for sale low for cash or pro duce Prime New Orleans Sugar, New Orleans Molasses, St. Louis Sugar House Molasses, Pi.rlo Oabclla and Km Cotl'ee, Losif Sujjar, Superior Sperm Oil, Young Hyson Teas, ('hewing and Smoking Tobacco, Maccoboy and Sen eh SnttlT, Rice, Nutmegs, Raisins, Cloves, Indigo, Copperas, l!uni, Sail Peter. Salera tus, popper, Allspice. Cssi.i, Powtler it Shot, Lead, Hints, Purctission Caps, Win dow Glass, ,tc Wanted, in exchange, Pork, Wheat, Oats, I 'lax-seed, Hces-wax, Leans, tc., for which the highest imrket price will be paid. CL'SIIMAN & GKIDI.K Y. Oct. 27, 1313. NEW AND CHEAP GOODS! Pest Bargain in the County! WALKER ,V IIICKI.IMJ arc now receiving and opening nt thn CHEAP CASH S TORE in Ottawa, direct from ew York and Ronton, their Fall and Winter supply of merchan dize, which was rxprfxly trketedfor this timrktl. The supply embraces a general assortment of DliV GOODS, 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, very cheap: sattinets ; jeans and cotton yarn ; shawls and handkerchiefs, a sane- rinr 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. Ar.so, a large and complete as sortment of KOOTS A SHOES, Qucensware.to'ielfter with a full supply rf, olimony, U.ili written mid verbal, to the imperi f l'ni'l'IMes ' or Vi,lue ami el!ienry ol this preparation. To the l.i WlK-L. U 1 !'.!, poor it is furnished gratuitously, on feullicieul Embracing a choice lot of brown and loaf Sugar, (y'offee, Tea, itc., tc. Ar.so, i;s & ,fir.n!ri.rs. Oils, 'aints and Dye Stuffs, Window Class, XailsKc, iyc. And a general variety of articles usually kept in Dry Goods and l)rug&. Medicine establishments. He member we charge nothing for showing our goods, and that we have always sold as cheap as the cheapest! Ottawa, Sept. U9, 1813. tf MOIli: M-JV GOODS! W M. TRUE & SON A HI. just opening a splendid asnrt iL "i"nt of STAPLK &. FANCY GOODS, adapted to the fall nnd winter trade, which they are determined to sell as low as the very lowest profit or no profit consisting in part of nuv ;oots, Hotri Foreirrn and Domestic, for Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear and for family use; selected expres.-Iy to suit the wants of this community, and bought uncommon ly low. Rt;r a. shoe A great supply of ladies slippers, walking shoes, bonis, geiiilemans boots, shoes, brooms, pumps, slippers, ehihlrens boots and shoes, uf all kinds and sizes, ii i:iv aki:. A complete at-snrimcnt of such articles as are tiMially called for, including Table and Pocket cutlery, nails, locks, butts and screws, , c, ttc (tccrmn-itiF,, A very large assortment of fine and common ware, including tea setts of va rious prices, limed- and plain glass tum blers, ewers ami basins, dishes, ifcc, Sic. i. I.OI III.XJ. Coals, pants, vests, over roals, shirts, drawers besides hats, caps, gloies. socks, hdkfs, stocks, suspenders, itc, vtc. Sugar, molasses, coiTce, tobacco, tea of various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye stuffs, spires, Sic. Ilesidex, cap and letter paper, ink, quills, sued pens, wall paper, and a "thousand and one" other articles such as are. usually called for, all of which we (latter ourselves, will be found as cheap as at any oilier store try us before you buy. Wheat, Oats. Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, I'etter and Kggs taken in irade. Oct. 0. 1813. Itoots A Mioes. fj Cases Itnois and Shoes for sale OU hy CUSI1M AN ,t CIHDLF.Y. Sept. 'J'J, I8i:i 1 5-:f J HI TK LF.AD and Linseed Oil lor sale by CUSHMAN A: G HID LEY. Sept. D, lHn. 15-tf XVimlow S;is2i. 3000 Lights Window Sash for 'V : US I I.MAX Si GHIDLI'.Y. Sept. 20. 1813. 15-if Sii .!, Jsptules lor s;i ourti s Soovels ami ;tie iv Sept. '23-if Cusiiti.w Si G urni.F.T, V;iiitd. JTJOUK. Wheat. Flour. Heans. Flax i , seeil. Hides and Oals. CUSHMAN Si GH1DLF.Y. Ottawa, Sept. i9. 1813. lo-tf SALT, line and coarse, ho banvU, just received and for sale by CUSHMAN & GiilDLF.Y. Nov. 3, IS 13. B HANDY. Jusi received a stipcriei 3 lot of brandy, and for sale by WALKFH Si IIICKLING. Nov. 3, 1813. WHISKEY. Old Kertifii-.l wiiis. kev,2',i barrels jusi received mid for sale by WALK Eli Si IlICKLlNfJ, Nov. n, 1813. S I C 1 11' half barrels Mackrel, a supu A lior article, for sale by Nov. 10. WALKER. illOKLINO. r n i: e n i f 1f"i7e LicTotiTcoN. J. TKOVF.SY for sale by Oct. 13. WaIKSH vt UlCKUNO. SAXUS' SABCSAFAKILLA. rjlll uniivalrd preparation has erl'rmed ome 3, of the most astonishing cure of diseases t h i, I are recorded in the annuls ol history, thus proving conclusively it is capable of Unfiling iho high aim ami purpose lor which it is design, d. Patient suf fering for years from various chronic constitution al disorders, a!U-r trying diir.'rvnt remedies, upen ding thousand f dollars in truvelins and doctor- : ....v : . 1 1 -i. .. i ing, aoo xuneiio a;i mui numau I. a: u rc n capa ble of enduring, hive, by the Use of a few bottle, entirely recovered their health. Chronic Mieu matism, Scrofula or King's Evil, Salt Khcum and Ringworm, Ulcers and painful nidation of iht hones, Ulcerated Throat arid ."VoMriU, Scurvv. Biles, Chronic .Sore eyes, Ulotehes and various cutaneous t ruptiom, are ellictuallv cured by its iise. Piseascs having their origin in an inquire slate ol the !ool ami l;un!s generally will be speedily and eli'ectu iliy removed I v t!ii invalua ble medicine, as its operation is peculiar, and con sists in rciiovng the cause of disease by entering into the cireula'i.m and passing through the gen. era I system. Where obstructions to its InvoraWe operation exist, they are removed as il passes along the iilnnneiitary canal ; hence the patient 'v ill leel anil know the sensible operation of the .Sarsaparill.i from its curative powers. Thn pcipiietors lire daily receiving from tiie medical piolession, the clergy, otii. er of justice, nnd numerous private citizens, amnio tin I willine ' l'r',".,fcing furnished ..f their worthiness. , on i' pirid in l; i eitlliitlien j, ii'n iimii 111 11 a IS v UO have nitl'ered with Scrofula in its severest form, are presented for the caiel'ul perusal of the ajliic led : Essi-.v, Cow., July S3, IS 13. .1 .), S ind ( Jenl. : About eiu'hl ) ears since, by being overhea'ed and directly after exposed, I was sei.ed Willi a severe cold, which deranged ihe whole, system. I'urplu or 1 1 i . 1 spots appeared on the skin, attended with violent j ain of ihe head; the symptoms being alarmim;, a physician was Called who proicnbed blistering ami leeching, which produced partial relief. Hard b.my lumps formed under the skin ol vaiiotts parts of the body and the Doctor pronounced rny complaint heredi tary iScrofuhi now for the first timo developed, t ho following winter my sight failed in both eyes ; medical aid was aain resorted to, which relieved mv sight during the summer; my nose now begun to increase ia size nnd the whole body rapidly enlarged with a dropsical swelling. The iiom; even grew very sore and discharged profuse ly the must loathsome substance. Mv whole svs. ( lem was involved in disease ; Ihe lumps sofiened and discharged tin Iv, producing great debility; ulcers now broke out on the legs, and lo complete mv iniserv. the muscles mid sinews conlraeii it so ! 'hat 1 was rendered nearly helpless. I remained with little change in this condition until last Oe tober, uhen I was sud imly seized with an inde scribable sensation which rendered me nearly mi conscious, a'ul my I. ieiids supposed it w as the will of kind I'rovblenee t i rid me of my sulicrings, but fioin this I rec ne red only to Mill', r on: the ulcers bad become one coutiuiious sore entirely raw. Il was in this condition thai I commenced the u! c.f your invalu ible Sursaparitb, which I was induced to use from ihe many leuiirkablo cures I saw pnblinlicd. It c.'i.nu to mi: a 4 some guardian angel ; a id I CJ:t scarcely I. IJ why, yet from the moinent I heard it mentioned I wn impressed liibv with ihe In lief that this was to be Ihe ( io.nl ."Sa maritan tor u,e and truly it has wrought wonders in my case, Afier using it a few i!ii) my pains gicw easier, Ihe swelling of Iho body and limbs went down, the ulcers commenced tnahng, and I rested well. Aln r sutlering eveiy liung hut the pains of death, how happy am I, and how grate ful do I feel to be able to add another testimonial to the cllicacy of your priceless 'Sarsapaiilla, My heallh is resoued, and I have w alsed foui miles whh nit iiicoii wniencc. I superintend mv l.l'iuly nllairs, and in fact leel alino-i li'ne being in a new world. I an induced to make this pnh ic ac'kiiowledguieiit tioni a deep sense ofduivdue lo you as a means in Iho hands nf find of rosining n fellow modal from a premature grave. Lan guage is iuaileipiatc to express my lei linoj, ,,My the Lord be wilo you, and make bis fno to shine Upon y oil, is too Miicere ihsire ol your much olihg.il ami deeply indebted fiieiul. To the ifll eied I would suy, Do not despair ; for, how ever desperate your case may be, ou surely haM' an antidote at hanil vii S ,oh' H irsitjiiii ilin. Tiust lo no oilier, however great their pretensions. MU.iss. MMMO.s. Middlesex (hi. ss. Hssi x, t.'onn. July V5. IS O. i'i isonally appealed the above named louis.a Nimmoiis, and made o ith to the f.irls contained in the t-irt'goiii statement before me. ;n;HO SMITH, Ju-lice of the Peace. We the uiiseriliers, being personally aeijeiiin. led with Mrs. Monii Simmons, do not hesitate si) that we i sider the above statement if her Case sulistanti illv true an I cnti'.led to c oitideuee. I!i:i llll'.V I'O.sr.Deiicon ItiptisiClnir. h. 1. llll. I. WW 1)'.., Mer.liiut. ciiA-s. (;KLi;M,i;.r, snr. ienti-t, A. I". WlUrTfJM.Jl.i-:, roa-mai, cr. lirM.KK.ni.G tl Kt: OK hip diseask. New Vork, July i!u'th, I'M Messrs. Sinus Unit.: My daughter, aged ix ) ears, was uilaeki J wilh thr hip discuao w lieu t-vo years nld, and since then the. has been grow ing gradually worst; until recently, and her nutlet lug at intervals was most paiiilul t heboid, and bailies all dcsciiption. 'I'he head of the hip hone was thrown entirely out of place, niter w bleb mat ter or puss formed in the mm kel ol the joint, and for many months 111 siiceissi in she was entirely dopiivcd of all natural rest. Mie was reduced to a more skeleton and very nfteii ixclaimid. "Ob. mother! I wish it might plea-e Ihe ' good Man' above lo lake me to himselt.'1 Il was my fervent prayer her siilh rings might be terminated und my anxious f urs rem wed. I'hi! Almighty ha promised lo be wilh Its in :.i troubles, and in the smcnlli he will not leave us nor forsake us. if we. put our tiu-t and conli ileiu e in Hun; und tn.'y I (an say il has been verified in t ic present ea-e. Through llis bless. iug and our instrumentality , mv i luld lives yes, is restored to pei feci health, an I is a living monu ment of the elli-'aey of your In ollh-re-lonng Sar siiiarill,i. W e had tried all the remedies w ithin our reach, had the bone once si I, had it blistered and purged, without i-il'etl. .v he coaiinenei d Ihe use of the Sarsaji.it ill. i in Apr, I l ist, and ia less than a week there was an evident improvement : a discharge came out froni the hip joint, and In a lew d.is it commenced healing, iiml in bs than two weeks was cnlirely closed. Hilling ihe time ol u-ing the Sarap.n ilia she pas-ed large quanti ties of Worms, which aided materially lo hasten ing tin-cure, fihe rapidlv improved in lieuhh and strength, her appetite inen a -ed. an I she is now entirely restored, and Imilv so by the mo of nor s.irsapai ilia. v itli the ciatelul I, clings of a m liter k ueari nun a itni r i"V , wc hiin-crilo mil selves your It tend. WILLIAM N I! I LEV. ti ii , No. 5J0. Vourth.-trce!. We thesulis.ih.'.rs. In inu iietuh'.v rs to Wi!.,itn rtml Sarah IJailey, know the rthovc ,tah rnent in relaiion to Iheir cli.bl mid the cure performed bv bauds' Sarsapariila, to o(. tn tly Irue. ' william en ,vsr:s, J)ii..MVKi:s. Pirp.ircd and olJ bv A. 11. Sam!, ft t'o)iu2. is) and Chemists, (irauila building, Uroiul way. th.rner of (Miambcts street, N. V., and for ile by Drin-isisihrouuhouitho l.'.S, lUwo, l per liottle, six bottle for i2. ij Uemeriihcr that it is S.mtl's SarH.pnritlo that has, ami is constantly iichievinn neb remarkable euren uf tho most diHicull cliiss of dicnse, C. L.TllOMi Arjcnt by special nppoiuttnciit of tho proprictorr, , tt Uun.y nd viciniiT. Clly T. D. Ilrcwslcr, , tVwj, Forwarding Commiition &&vrftMrctantt Peru. I.a Sll county, Illinois. . , - . , , Pr.Kr. March 1, 1842. . , John SIoU'usuu, . LsPorwurding 4- Commission itzj&& WERCIIAXT, Peru. I.a Salic county. IIT. AW 12, IS13. 49 if. ' UesiiluK Packet for Illinois ISivcr. d ' ' ii-rfi "st S!lili"r Stttmhoat 53lSL 'A MI.LI.', iVill run a, a regular Cfffcr-.J packet U-tweeii ftic. and M. Louis, .-.ne will l. avo l.'licaevrry Tue. day, and Si. I.ouis every sjuturdnv. I.'er accom modation for passenger are of the f,rst crdcr. haviror private stale rooms a.-.d every coavenieno reipnsiie for comfort. i or freight or passage opply to tho rnntcr oa board. mi AND WLNTEK G100i)S, fur Cash or Produce. r'jllin suliscribers are now receiving direct from X Uostmi, nn extensive and well iclccU'd surv incut uf 1'Al.l. and W INTER DKV GOODS, Anion.'; which are the f dlowiug s Black, blue, green, and brown DroaJ Cloths and Cassimcrs ; Sattinetts, Ken tucky Jeans, Hard Times, Pilot, Buffa lo, and Beaver Cloths ; 200 piece French, Enojish, and American Prints, .Mouseline de Lnines, Bombazines, Ali piucs nnd Alpaccas, black, blue-black, and Alpacca Silks ; French nnd Eng lish Merinos, Cambrics, mull nnd Swiss Muslins, Bobbirtett, Hail Hoad, wash, blond, and wire Lace, lace Edging anil Inscrtincs, blond Quilling,, Book Mus lins, Bishop's Lawn. Linen Cnmbria Handkerchiefs, Bandanna nnd I'onoeu Silk Handkerchiefs, Hob Koy Shawls, merino, Alpncca, and black silk Cravats, creen Barage, Ladies' while and black cotton Iliir-c. Moravian Si worsu d Hopc, Silk and Taby Velvets, plain and figur ed Satin Vestings, Valencia ditto, Coat Tiiinminnsi. blue and brown Drillings, white and black Waddings, Cotton Bat tings, Canton Flaunt l, red. green, nnd yellow woollen ditto, Linspy Woolseys, Tickings, Burlap, II it kories, Bleached ('ottous, I l halt s brown Shielings and Shirtings, Sic, &.c, Sic. HAIU) WAIIEj Table Hinges, Strap Hinges Brick anil Plastering Trowels, Sheep Shears, Hasps, Mill Files, Il.uid Saw Files, Bolts, chest, cupboard, till, trunk, and pail Locks, Gini bleis, Awls, Blacking, iVrcussit n Cups, Smifl Boxen, Ink Stands, Slates ; Shoe, Horse, and Whitewash Brnshes ; Tracw ('bains, Butts nnd Screws, Augers, Draw Shaves, malleable Si Norfolk Door Trim mings. Tacks, Shoe Nails, Brads, Sieves, Class Paper, Cuirv Combs, Britannia Tea - PotsM'oilie MjU, Catile and Wool Cards, Paint Brushes, Manure Forks, Hooks and Hingis, Sad lions. Homer's, Wilson's, nnd Collins.' Axes ; Knives and Forks, Spoons, Pocket Knives, Broad Axes, Oil Stones, Britannia Lamps. T Trays, .r0 Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, Sic ALSO, a I'irga. assortment of Boot a and Su.cs, Crockery and Groceries, Which we ofTcr for silo as low as nurh article can be purchased in the easlcru or Wctlcru cnua--Iry, for cash of produce. CK-MMAX & C RIDLEY. Oon'vn. ef t. 5' 113. M;vY .s'IOKC. JSi a. AI5.MOUU are now opening, s one door west of Messrs. Trues store, a large nnd general slock of Mer chandize, which ihey intend lo sell at the lowest prices for cash and t'.l kinds of country produce. I heir slock embraces a comp.cta ni- s.'ntnn nl of nscY .ooi)S, Amongst which are Uroad (Moths, Merimac rrinln, i 4 mul 1-4 Uleeched snrl Urown Miiiling and wheelings, Illueoi Uruwn Drillings '.insr y, Jagging, .ti..n anj Woollen Yarns ( iissimeres, Xiittiuetts, Mole.-K.ius, Vi Ivelecns, Vt'stillgS, rianiicls, S itiped !Sceting, A proti t 'hecks, I'ish aod llrown I.lncn. English, Fall K.ver, iinii batting, &.C., Lc. Al?o, a large assortment of - 'oals and Shoes, Crockery Ha ll'arc, Carpcrdcrs' Tools, c rd- and ( 1 1 acmes. Our old ftiends and the community ge nerally are respectfully requested to giv us n call and examine for themselves. Ottawa. Sept. '.), lH4n. Jj O riCE.-On tl..e iOthinst.ihroitgli J n mistake, I s,.d m Mr. Wood in (hiawa. a sin ..il BLACK COW, with several whi',; spots on her, and one fifth Iotiis s-., littler iliitn the oilier. 1 supposed the ,.! to be my property w hen I sold. '; r, but have since lotind the cow helooe 'I mm . .i 6 ing lo me. I Ins is lo notify ihe owner of i!ie nbove i!eTribed row that I hold invself responsible for the mistake msde. PATIHCK UURNS. Oitnwa. Oct. 23. 18. 1Q3 NOTICE ii hereby given, that th. . notes and accounts of Jamet.jf mour have been left with mu for rollec lion, iind that suit will So brought indis criminately unless settlement snd pay ments, arc niado forthwith. , S. 13. FAttWni.L. Sept. 15, 1813.4t . ; " rA l'El). A boy stumt 14 rsrYf g' ' ? to live with m unsll fwilji .Inulrtv ih Printing Ofiicp. fla. , ItO, . ' .( .