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wivrEi:. Trnrr n copy 'f verses hy tho Shepherd of haihomlalr, VirginU, puhlisheil in tlie Kuicker toockcr for November. S,n ho ! a fl i? of trucfi Inn? put In urmtlcM filiU on liiuh; Ami toe nmv llike wheel in liuht platoons Through the dark an. I tri-hhd nkv : And now. like l!i uli.t of murdered fl nvers, They seek ihe earth in connth s showers ; Thy fall on the. mountain's Riddy height, In the 1 irk ravine they fill, Anil o'it the distant ciiy's domes Thev Riead their radiant pull ; That ueauU.-uu snow like a winding sheet, 1 spread over forest, and field, und street. On Ihe storied monument it fallsi, Dints out llio studied verse, And covern all, ttif hiyh mid low, With onn uieeiiliturcd hearse. Methinks it lies ninri' lightly on The trnve of the hrokcn-hcarlei! one. Tli fold of a Piiyriim turhnn now The village rpirc doth hide '. And nee ! i , drese the old yew trio As iay ns a Imnny hridc ; With nn ermine-cloak it wrap the plain, And shuts the blast from the growing gruin. Ilnimiiiro of Ibn I'uM. The I Ton. (icurii Robertson of Kentucky, de livered an orntinn at " Camp Madison," in lliat Stale, on the hut miniver-nry of our national in dependence. From itt pa:;es wc clip the follow in passages relative to some of the incidents in the early history of tho "dark and bloody ground." Truth h indeed " stranger than fiction :" "And in the 'Iiluc Lick defeat.' An;, the 20ih, 1782, tin; cormorant of death ll'il greedily on tlie flower of the ll r-; i set tlement. On that darkest of tlicir j;!ooiny days-, every settler lost a friend, and nearly every family a prop. And on that Moody field the ColoneN Tod and Triir-j, tin? chivalrous Oapt. Ilariand, and the gallant son of Boone, lay undintingiiish- lJd nrootio iho nroiniwf-niiii4i 1 iin nil c-,, , ' , ' ' I m inted by devounng wolve, and vol- lures so as not to he recognized by their iiienii-, v.iin uirec t.ays a:icr uie iiatiie biifn.'il the !,e. A 'f ':"'!': g nor.. sine,, cmcet-.-.l by tneir . crum'ilm countiymen, now lie exposed to the . t ii grief tmdd.spondenco with winch the I mournful intelligence of that day's ... i li. iropne covered me. i.m d. Ibit the sttrvi- vers, tliough woKilly bereaved, were! were ! . .i.Mn , BUnli;i(.sp, i,,.;.,,,, higher tl.a.i we f. .rmetlv did, of Lie b,ea.; and roe key plan, where the, .,,, wc la,c s1Mi!(,r ti:n!f.r ,;,r .j,,;, am, ncroeMell. U c cannot now una-'inu the i,t' ti,.. , i .. i .. . .i . i not to be discouraged or dismayed. Tlieyjfi)r were resolved never to looli hack or t alter in their first and last resolve to con quer tut: wilderness or tin; in tlie nltemot irud'a (iml stood hv and s:ixt:im..,l ti.n ' noble and forlorn bind ; for their cause was His. reported i 0:i tlie Ion f roll of that d av'.-i ain were the names of a IV w I who had in fact been c;r.)ttiiei!. an.l J afier surviving tlie ordeal of the oauntlci had been permitted" to live as captives had bepi taken by a trilie, painted black as the signal of t irhire and death to all. The night afier the battle, these 12 prisoners we'ro Gripped and placed in a line on a log lie to whoim: we have es pecially alluded being at' the extremity of the devoted row, The cruel captors then, beginning :Ulhe other end, sluagh tered pleven, one )y one ; but, when they came to the only survivor, though they raised him up also, ami drew their bloody knives to strike tinder each uplifted arm. they paused, and, after a long poW-WOW, i spaicil his lifewhy, he never knew. For about one year, none of his friends, except his fhhfuj wife, doubted his death. She, hoping against reason, still insisted that he lived, and would return to her. Wooed by another, she from tinir? to time postponed the nuptials, de claring that she could not divest herself of the belief that her husband survived. Her expostulating friends finally suc ceeding in their ellorts to ftillj her af fectionate instinct, she reluctantly yield ed, and the miplial day was fixed. 1 i just before it , dawned, the crack of a rille was heard near the lonely cabin ; at tlie familiar so-.uul, she leaped out, like a liberated fawn, ejaculating, as she sprang, "That'll Jjih'i) stun .'" It was 1 .!...'. "... l.". minis jinn sure enougn ; and, in an i p instant, she was once more in her lost hii.-band'n arms, lint nine years afier-i , , , , J i t.. ,,-,!.. ll...l I,, ...I , . .. Li. . niiiu-'i uiiii filing ii ii U'liui il 1 1 in i , v iat r s defeat ami the same disappointed but persevering lover renewed his suit, and, at la-t, the widow became h'n wife. The scene of these romantic incidents was "within gun shot of my natal homestead; and with that noble wife and matron, 1 was myself well acquainted." Orcjjou. A new settlor in what is called Oregon City, on tlm Columhia river, gives the following iiccount of ihut country stating also somewhat cmioii-ly the truo Yankee discontentment ufsomo of the ciders : "Thcro is enough to livo on in this counlry. The inhabitants are generally good farmers, raise large quantities of grain, and hare from -10 to 100 head of cattle 20 to GO head of hos, and horses without number. Clothing is cheaper licro than in Iowa. There is nothing to be found in your stores, but wc have an abundance of, and at a cheaper rate, as they are brought hero free of duty. Noth ing bears exportation from Iowa except good rifles. They are worth ubout $50 in this counlry. Otnd cows will sell at from $30 to $50 per head. ''Several vf our company arc uiiath. fted with the country, and coiUcmjilule gouip: to California this spring. For my part I am well satisfied, and expect to cud my days in Oregon. This place (Oregon City) is situated at tho head of navigation, and at tho foot of Willham- mut Falls, one of the greatest water pow-1 ets in the world. It contains twelve J dwelling houses, three Mores, one black-', smith's shop, one cooper's .shop, two saw " mills and one grist mid are in operation,' and another of thren rutl of stones is to be creeled this sumtin r. Two churches and ' w a number of dwellings are to he tint tip! this summer. I ect a dav for mv work and tools furnished .i'iiioitiu i.iiioi worth 1,0.1 per day, without board. No anient spirits in the country. WM. T. l'FUltY." Orcz.vi Jixlinns. The Oregon In dians helieve in the doctrine of meteni ps kcIiois, i lie present raco (if h:;islf irds, reptiles, ami wen? men who! nee inhahited this earth. 'I'hese they j ippose Mill to retain their peculiar lan- j inr( once suppo gtiaojc, which the' can iinpail to iIiom? peo- ; pie into whom they may pass. Such ' people are esteemed conjurers or inedi-;. cine men. They seem also to entertain i notions of witchcraft, similar to tliose of i the Pilgrim Fathers. Dr. Whittinti ; states that out) of them shot himself throtioli the abdomen, last July, done the same tiling two years having j before. After sliootinj' himself, he inetiared to Cjiared to depart, mounted his horse, and was oil'. Me returned ajiain in a short time, prelen-1 1 ' ;,t ' ,"v'll',t i n.la!l county. Illinois, i , i . ... on tlie nm'it nf the lot !i int. lie hud on when .ling to he a ne w man. , ho,!; ;;,. l! irl. ,,r,uvl ,, lV( r.,.;,)lh ,-.,, ,, . (iccil prcscrrCil Jruill the HUut by a Vt ry : jeans w and ve.t drl hat, mt much worn ; I hick Itftl'uT .shirt. i "'"I hoes on his fcit. lie has n Mar, I thin!:. I'eir h'u ii;,t eliei'k bone. e is idiout 5 fert 8 S, tlSOil'iil'f J'oitti mi I 'J'iltl'x t. Tilt? : im-hr hinh. black hair, blue eye,- and li'ht com- N. Y. .Mechanic contains an article on this ' l':'';""'; 'b'H'vcr will return f i.d person, or snlijeet which we think deserves attention, lie says, 'Toj-is should never he put in tlie groiind in a jjreeii siale, notwithstand ig they will last Irmgest in wet ground. v onstani wet Irom water will not initire ,,, , , Vnn;lu,li()M f Iism,rai snp it, . xvom ,la!iU.ns (!,,nv. Wo ... . ,,r ought also to name in conm etion with this, the importance of snaring the sill of a ,1(JI!9S ., ..,rr (lll,.ul,,s , (!rv bci'ore they are used, h is true we now (if tlie;im;,,r. vtl wc arc . i ,ti.-. i-t i. .n.'.:-, n u( I't l.llll 1 11; Oil obit ji.-d to put l:l new silis, on iccoiint of ; tho ImihiT Iwimr iki.iI in mi mOo Li in A f 1 in "i linn, iiiin , j ite. A c,;,.v ... o : . .nit i in; on..-, rvjoou-, I h cuuer Ming as a sill than out! 12 inches square, Mut it n! iripniili iicn ii f iiiiiii!Lil.'YQ race of mankind would perish, did l!,t'y ,',';l''c 10 ''bother. From the lll!H! tllL' lllol,lcr binds the child s head 1,10 '!',:l'',,t ibat some kind assistant "'f"'s toe death-damp from the. how of I tie; dving, we cannot exist without mutti-! al help. All. therefore, that need md have a right to ask it of their fellow-mortals ; no one who holds the power rf granting can ref ise it without guilt. S'Y . Scvlt. Smtimcnt may arise from a cold heart. Sterne had sentiment, but no feeling. He once saw his mother on her way to jail, and made no ell'ort to relieve her ; but he saw a dead mole, and wrote a very pathetic story about. (oiiiiiieieinl. Can- u;o, Nov, CS. In Piincivininf-n fiC llt.i ..niiitni.i.l l.-i.t .1..1.1 f il... roads hut htlle linsines of anv kind is now "oin oii in town, find our m.irki l remains nuu li the s en.- -i I ir-l week. liood ajmplu of v heat In-day hrio O'.l cents. IIV.Mf.MIAI.. M I!i;il-D At th r. Mdeiico of amml H. I.oujlilin, Jj.-ij , of i'ntnavi coantv, on dm' 21 I inst.. iiy Uev. Mr. Do k. v, Mr. Ilvuvi.v II. I.i.i -rut t M-.-i A -t i v ii v A. I, mm ni. i n all 0f 1'ul naui Ciney. nn-w n hiti I i, '' il iiiii,i ii, ii l lll.ol'lll I.I S I.. Illl KI T. I.IOIH.K. . I'ISIItlt. Iic.y t'l; fislKT, it Horn r y y a I I. a ir , dinwi, iii.. l)iii.:i(oi the la-t side if il,c Pi,!,;;,: .-'ijinrc. h.Uvren l!).' Mi'isi.,;i Ion. ,, ljy Jloicl, in llu: rooms finm rlv orciijijc! uj a law o.iicu hv Messrs. l ar'vell .V Unit, - -'"'!1V!,'J.'' " l" 1 91 tf IIF nart:u'ihi;) heietofore exi-tioo r ,i i -1 ottiers, ' between T. L. Dickev and J. ,L in the practice of law, is this d.iv I dissolved. The hooks, accounts and notrs ' are ir ui-lVrivd to T. L. Mickey, n whom j )iiyments may be made. j t. l. nicivr.Y. J. M. CliO I'llEKS. Dec. 1, lHi'l. Oil w a , look m:::j::: NKW C II LAP .STORE, (Sign rf the Re I Ting.) VOCil'.l,, lli;.M)JA.MI fc CO. i:S'X' lTI "I.I.V iMfor n th-ir r.iends thai W they huve just received from Mew Yurie a nrw aiaortniriit of I'anry Dry ioo;3. Such an ,-lli)!ni's, ,'Hniecat, Silks, Bom bazines, Trench and T.nglish Mrrin e.s, Muslin de Luincs, Shahys, ami Culi corn of every description. A i.io, h new style of FllLWCtI Y I NT LMI SHAWLS, Handkerchiefs, ilk an.l Kid Cloves, a cessily of going to Ottawa for what arti largc variety of Stockings, Laces, Pi- r,;s tl,ey may want, bands, Tippets, LadkV Slippers, tc. j ' They ran nlso neeoinni-hitc tin ir in a'e friemN ll'c want to liurchase. with, ilW.tii (V.,.v, tir ('(,. .V-.',- ii,i, -. . ... .7oc,, and (,; u mu. J,,U ,f ,, .",!.'. ! 0P( ""'N f W II HIT, und J.-wi-.'ry, of which thry havs a larc a oi. , Dilivrrd at Dmtan vr Ottlllia, for nu,nt- AI'S,)' which we will pay the highest market JctcrJry, CuIrry, Sprrtacln, H e. J price. Also, hides, tallow, hees-un.v, All nf which tliey will sell nl Mew Vnrk prhr : ll iX-SCCll, butter, & for, ehcnier than ever, nnd like in cxclciiiito nil V ! TIMrP C- eov ii...L..-..U....I.I..,l.;iv..r ,..! ...i 1 ' ' 1 ''I"' IV N)A, ..... ............ i . i . ntviLiin u.l the e junlry uiiiv nriiduce, e-peciallv J'uri, They invite all l.idiea and unit tt men who wii.li Cood hariiin la cull nnd exutnin-. tlieir goods ul the 'iikap Stouk on ( 'unul Mtrt-. t. Ottawa, Dec. 1, 1S1J. to - C Jr, c . r V s 2 a 3 j rJZ y i . v 5 3.- 't'y. c zi r, v. '., z S3 Sal aZ a u s 3 V . C x . ; i - i r J ; 3 t-,i ? f 7 " ? J. - 3 "! V ir i Z 5 I m . v. r 23 Io:i:!is i:en;n3 : r rifj, ,P ..iven for the aunrehension of.Iainrs I H Old Field, who eeapeil from the cu-tody ! t'ive iiilortn iiion where he can he had. will receive the above reward. Vorkvillc. Nov. IS, IS 13. 'JJ-1' LATEST AKIUVAL! P. SANCEli it To. are now re. I ccivinr from ?sew ork and St. I.ouis, tit the Drick store, 2"i;i Vrr.icu Foreign and Domestic DRV (JOOl)S, ISarilw.-iw, rrocUrry, lioaS :j:jS1 SUv.iirovvvivs, Aails ... A, m-.. cU will be sold for Cash, Pork. F lottr. Wheat, Lard, Tallow, Hides, anil I'ees wax, at prices that cannot fail to please the most fastidious. Ottawa, iNov. 17, ISIS. 71 1 hils. 3 His. llhds. N. O Sugar, Loaf Sugar, '2 " Crushed do., 2d Sacks Uio and llavanna Codec, 1U Chests Y. II. and Imp. Teas, 10 l'oxes llaisins, SO Iveirs Nails, 1 or saIe !lt P1'"'0 to S1,lt llincs ll,r ,:as" or reaily pay Nov. 17. L. P. SANCF.II ,t Co ISoots nJkm's and l.vntUc m A (jy (.hises Coarse and Fine Hoots, 4J nml Shoes, .00 Sides Sob? Leather, 17 Ihz. nuekskitt Mitts At reduced Prices at the 1'iick Store, Nov. 17. L. P. SANOF.U ,t Co. FALL e'e WLMT.ll GOODS. rjlllll Fub-eriher is now ojieninrt from N.nv 1 . oik. ii nencr.il assortment uf tj l'A VIA'. DKV (iDODS. j'l'itck, JHirr, llnurn ami Mi.crJ r.::ou ri.oifis, S?irrj)i (irni J).nrs!ir Cloth, JUmk tin I Mixed SttHinrt, Heart r Cloth, .V an I It'lii'r I'liinmh, ) iini'slia and !lttr!n! Cult on , Cotton and H'onllcn i'n -n, nd : variety i f other :;oo,N, such m aie usually lvc t iii eniiiitry -torci. 7Vv, C"Jj i Sttgitr, M.ilnssrs, I'lnj, SuikI'iiij: mi! J'iin-cul Tobacco, ii:es of all kin Is. fUvi' U:ii'i!ii (. .1 (;-;.: a .sortinrnt if H.is'.on Xttil.i, , l.n s, iVc, .ye. Al.S-'O, li-;e aortiueiit of Ti'i irk and I'inr Units, I) i. f ir ''. siijirrinr, Tit irk nn I hut ii'!riins. Lit Urn Slip and U'a'Liirj; Shor.i. The Mili-erihcr will receive h exchange f,.r the no ne. Wheat, I ) iC-, Talloiv, lji rj.vvav, Ihy und (ir l ien. I ) r .-n in-, I in-, and nil kind., nl c . 1 1 j : i v ero.li on: Mil ova. Oct. 27, IM1 n-if WAV STOKi: AT DAYTOX. rSnilF. subscrilicr? woild make known1 .2, to their Iricnds and the community ; generally, and rspr-ei, illy tho.i visiii-ig ihe ' mills, that they have opened a Son at! Dayton, in the corner room (formerly thoj bar-room) of the brick tavern, where thevi intend keeping as good an assortment rd'i goods as can be found in any country Miro . We solicit ihe patronage of the public. and pledge ourselves to Fell cheep as we do in Ottawa. Persons visiting tho mills will coliseouentl v ! .1 T...i..., 7 .. i i .,.n ii v inn, nuv, , in i.i, SUPElMOli lot of Win.l,T:u.- just received and for sain by Nov. 10, WALKERS HlCKLINCi. n 5 NEW AND CHEAP G'JUDS ! Lui Hargains in ihe County! VyAT.KT.r. .'c irKMvl.lVfJnrerowreeeivin:: 7 nnd ooenin? ut the IT KA ! twSll STORE in Ottawa, direct from ."New Vork and Iloston. tlieir Fall and Winter supply oflliercliati iliz", which wa r.rirf") ttflecltj fr t fit's liuiiln l. The fipply c.ubnt ts a general assortment of i::v tjoons, A iare lot of new style, calicoes, from 10 ct. per yard upwards ; brown mus lins; ticks and checks : painted muslins, brown and bleached drillings and muslins, very rUviii; sa'.tinets ; jeaiis rilul cotton yarn ; shawls and handkerchiefs, a hujic rior (tsanrtmnit; toetlier witli a general variety of articles for tlie especial acrom inodation ami convenience of the ladies, who are earnestly invited to call and ex amine our slock before pnrcliasin? lse- where. At.o, a lar-'C aiul comp! sortmeut of hoots a s:ioi:s, Qi:cenmrarc.f:):rr'her with i: full supply rf dUOCFiilF.S, Fmbraeing a choice lot of brown and loaf Sugar, Coli'ee, Tea, c, ttc At.'o, iynv(m a .i;:::)in::s. Oils, Taint and Dye Sitffi, li'indow (ilass, Xnili, icr i,-c. And a general variety of articles usually kept in Dry (loods and Drugifc Medicine establishments. XrjI!cmrmhrr wc charge nothing fur sho:r'uig our goods, and that wc hare ultra; aoLl as cheap as the cheapest! Ottawa, Sept. 20, 18 tf MORE jYFJV GOODST .V M. T II u v. a S O N A KI- just opening a splendid assort IXi. mmt r STAPLF, fc FANCY i()t))S. adapted to the fill and winter trade, which they are determined to sell as low a? the rrry lowest profit or no profit consisting in part of msv joois, r"ta Foreign am! Domestic, for Ladies' and (lentlemen's wear and for family use; selected expressly to suit the wants of this community, anil bought uncommon ly low. ROM I'M Ar MJJUr: A great supply of ladies slippers, walking shoes, hoots, geiitlemnns hoots, nhoes, hro::ans. pumps, slippers, childrens boots and slioes, of all kinds and sizes, ti lit iva::i:. A complete ansortment of such articles as ru" iiMially called for, including Table and Pocket cutlery, nails, locks, hilts and screws, ,yc, ic. ,1 very large, assortment of (inn and common ware, including lea setts of va rious prices, fluted and plain glass tumbler-', ewers and basins, dishes, Sic, el'c. t 1.(11 lll.XJ. Coats, pants, vests, over coats, shirts, drawers besides Lais, caps, gloves, socks, hdkfs, stocks, suspenders, -te, &c. ;ic( r;cii M. Sugnr. molas-es, cod'ee, tobacco, lea ol various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye stud's, spires, fee. Mrs-ides, cap and leiter paper, ink, quills, steel pens, wall paper, and a "thousand and one" oilier articles such as an: usually called for, all of which we flatter our.-elves, will be found as cheap as at any olliet store try us before yon buy. Wheat, Oals, Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ibnter and I logs taken in trade. Oct. (1. HI!!. CM ' Cast s I5 i.its and Shoes fur -i y by CFSIIMAN ,fc (JIUDLKV. Sept. .-;. I S I :i. 13-:f U "Ml !'i: I.FAI) an! Liusied Oil V ? f"i' " 'I,; hy CFSI1.MAN .t CUIDLFV. Sept. -j:). is 13. I3-if AViaiiloiv S:ih OJlkrVflk Window Sash for y y sab- i.v CUSIIMAN& GIMDM'.Y. Sept. uj. isi:t.ir, UV - ,)0" ! Spades f,,r sale hy hovel and Sept. 'J'J-.if CrsiiM.w k C.'mni.r.v. W.iiitoii. POKK. Wheat, Fiour. Means, Flax fiec 1. 1 1 idr and Oat. CFSifMAX ,t (i HID LEY. Ottawa. Sept. 20, I H HI. 1 5-tf j ALT. (in and "coarse, U"3 i'lsl received and for a I HO barrel, do In CFSMMAN & OUIDLF.Y. Nov. n, i8i:t. BP ANDY .-Just received a superior lot nf brandy, and for sale hv WALK E!t k IllCKLINO'. w T 7 HISKEY. Old I'-ctilied Wl US- key, 2u h o rels pist received and 1 for ale by W'ALKEU HICKLINC, i Nov. u, 1 s f:j. p .1 KilIT half barrels Mackrel, a stipe lior article, for sale by Nov. 10. WALKER .t HIC:CLIN(. rnin: end of uklkmodscon- .1 TROVESY fur -sale by Oct. IS. W.LKi-;rt t Hiciaisu'. NEW GROCERY STORE. J. 0EIL Tj$ FSPF.C TFULLY informs the riti .EiJw Zens of Ottawa and the surrounding counlry, that he ban opened in Ottawa ? large and fresh supply of G 11 0 V F. R I F. S , embracing a superior supply of .S';,'grr, Coffee,1 'Tin, Molasses, Tolcao, and olher nrticles usually found irf the grocery business. ALSO, .'? superior supply rf :;:oici: Ljqior.s, which will be sold at wholesale, or re tailed by the gallon pr quart, nn the most reasonable terms, for cash or country pro duce. j. I. The highest price will at ell times be paid fir Wheat, Corn, Oats, Oinset'g, llees-wrx, Flax-seed, fcc.. cVc. jiGFersons trading in O'.tawa will do well by calling and examining my slock. Ottawa, April 21, 18-1S. Vi y i.oos s, shoe:, m:.;tiii:i:, Ac. S. 15. COLLINS .V Ct. No. 110, Lake Street, Chicago. MWV. jns rereived their fall nnd . winter stock, consistiin; ol 3!l'J eases of mens, iov nnd youths i thick kip nnd cull limit, nhors and i hrogans, dancing i limps nnd slip-! eis, uoim in tii If, kip nnd morocco hoots iiuii k!ioch, se'.ved and penned ladiesnnd inissesfine waliiiio shoes, slijiners, luisUins. ties, cniiurs, hall' ;ail(-i'! , u.iiim'iimmi nir'i-ii, viiuoivii Midi's Ol nil I.- 1 t.O 1 1 ..r ii nuts. Also, hoIc uml unjc upper cnther. can and kip skins, und a general assortment of slice stocks, lasls, liiidiiii.j, fi.c., ' '. We iiro iiiuhin mens iloulile K,iled thick nnd kip hoots und hro'ans of tlie nest ipiality. All oi which will be sold very low for cash, hy tho rase, dozen, or at reliill, 1'ur iners and country merchants will do well to call and examine hcloic purchasinij elscw here. Met. fi, 1813. 16 -3m H' AIM) LA.Ml'S.Ncnl's patenl, a JiJ new and valuable improvement, for sale hy J. MANLFY &, CO. Ottaw?, Feb. 2f. I S I :t. in-:ii ;jsH or Wistlcr Wlural. r 3 11 II subscriber will sell on the most reasonable tetms, for cash rr good i inter wheat, ;-eri Cloths, Cassirneres. Sattinelts, Trench Mcrinncs, Trenrh II tmliazines. Sec. be., as, also, anv olher article in his line of business. Call unJ see and examine for yourselves. JOHN SIIULEK. Oitawa, August 2"), 1813. 1 0 if. I'..ieiitor .o(i -. A LL persons having claims against the A estate of Henry Andrews, dre'd., are hereby noiiiied and requested to attend be fore the Probate Justice of I'utnam county. Illinois, at his oflice in Hennepin in said county, on Monday the 18di day of De cember next, for the purpose of having the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon hy the subscriber, in pursuance of i the statute, for ihe purpose of settling and I ai.jusiuig all claims aoaiteu raid decedent T. D. IIPEWS TER, Oct. 21, 1813. Txerutor. I'iiMm S.i It- ol'ICoal IMato. UliSUA NT to an order of i!ie circuit court of La Salle county, the sub scrilier, administrator of the estate nf Ezra Ackley, deceased, will sell, at public ven due, on Ihe premise hereinafier described, on tlie nth day of January 1 H 1 1, at 12 o' clock M. nf that day, the fil!o-.ving tract of land, lo wit : Commencing at the north east comer of a lot of sixteen acres of land heretofore surveyed and subdivided into two acre lots by Lancelot Pood, county surveyor of L i S die county. May. 1811, and running thence south CiP H0 cast) four chains and tw-tity-four links : from whence and oak IS inches in dia-! meter, hear north C2?, east six links ; i l , . thence south 1 east twenty-i x chains : tr.i: hum, wnence a nar oalc 2i inches in diam-ter bears sir.ttli 2 V west 2 links ; I,,... .....I. li;' 1 I I I iin.au: iiuiiii ui on , I'-i iour enaiui ami , , tlnriv-nitie links, to the south-east corm r ; ol said sixteen acre lot; thence north P ,V, wet twenty-live chains and seventy two links to the place of beginning, run lainiii ten acres, and subdivided into five lots of two acres i aeh. To be sold in tracts of two acres each lo the highest bid der for ready money. LEMAN ACKLEY, .7,mY. Nov. 17, IS 13. 22-f.t auot c:ki b:s. fl s T reci'iu-d und for ale low for eaili or rro CV dace Prime New Orleans Suar. New Orleans Molasses, 1't. Louis Sugar House Molasses, Porlo C.ibella and Rio Coffee, Loaf Sugar, Superior Sperm Oil, Young Hyson Teas, Chewing and Smoking Tobacco, Maecohoy and Scoich Snulf, uice, Nutmegs, R.iiin. Cloves, Indigo, j Copperas, Mlum, Salt Peter. Salera- tus, Pepper, Allspice. Cassia, Powder A Shot, Lead, Flints, Purcu--sion Caps, Win dow Class, eve. Wanted, in exchange, Pork, Wheat, i . r't tit . " ,w' l-l:X-seeil, l.ees-wax, beaiw, Vc, ll,r "'Inch the highest market price will he pa.il. ULSilMAN vt (iWlDl.EY. Oct. 27, I?3. ilirAN Trllt. hoy nhont 1 1 yearn of 1150 T t to live with a Siinill faoulv." linipiiro nt the Priuliun Ollice. Oel. 2 IS H. fi I .AN klTOTO koptcfirt. I j stintlyon hand and for sale at this oflice T. D. Ilrcwucr, .yy 5;rJ77--h'f'oril:arding 4' Commission Merthant, Tkrv. J.a SiU1 county, Illinois. , Pj.r.r. March. 1, 1S-I2. " Suli'A I!oMui:iii. )-fiff 'JricarJing Commission 'tS SirRCIIANTi Pom. La Salic couatv, . lay 12, IS 13. 43-lf. ' Kegular racket for Illinois River. rew n' pb'ndil 2lrJr will run ni a reqh at5CiS5al253pacl;rt between Itica and M. I.ouis "li will leave l.'tica every Tuca dy, nnd St. I.ouis every Saturday. Her accom mndat:or: f.,r r.vWrrrs aie of the first order, limiinr private ft.ile r joirmaiitl every convenience' rco'iisite for conifort. r.irfrci-M or parasso rpp!y W the master on I'Oald. FALL AND mm& GOODS, for Cash or Produce. Vll'AV. MiWrihers are now rereivins; direct final fi lloston. nn extensive rim! ivll m.....io,l .... ment of TALI, tin.! WINTEIl DIIY GOOD.?, Amonz wh'u-h nrc the folhiwinir; , IJIack, blue, grcn, .md hrtfwn nror.fl Cloths and Casimcrs ; Sattinctt?, Ken tucky Jeans, Hard Time?, Pilot, Buffa lo, and Leaver Cloths ; 200 pieces French, English, and American Prints,' Mouseline de Laines, Pombazincs, Ali pincs and Alpaccas, black, blue-black, and Alpacca Silks ; French and Eng lish Merinos, Cambrics, mull nnd Swiss Muslins,- Pobbinctt, P.ail Road, wash; blond, and wire Lace, lace Edgings and Inseriings, blond Quillings, Look Mus lins, ISisht-.p's Lawn. Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, Ilandanna and Pongee Silk Handkerchiefs, Kob Koy Shawls, merino, Alpacca, and black silk Cravats; green Parage, Ladies' while and black cotton Hose, Moravian & worsted Hose, Silk and Taby Velvet", plain and figur ed Satin Vesting, Valencia ditto, Coat Tiitnming, blue and brown Drillings, white and black Waddings, Cot'on Pat tings, Canton Flannel, red, green, nnd yellow woollen ditto, Linscy Woolseys, Tickings, Burlaps, Hickories, Pleached Cottons, 14 bales brown Sheetings and Shirtings, &c, &c., tc MAUD WARE: Table Hinges, Strap Hinges Prick and Plastering Trowels, Sheep Sheers, Hasps, Mill Files, Hand Saw Files, Holts, chest, cupboard, till, trunk, and pad Locks, Gim blets. Awls, Placking, Percussion Caps, Snuff Pom ., Ink Stands, Slates; Shoe," Hlir.-fi :iMil W 1 1 I I.Ht'.ik ll Itri'.ttiou Tr.nn ...... .,.... ii Hiii. ii urn if i urn, , IIIII.O Chains, Putts and Screws, Augers, Draw Shaves, malleable &. Noifolk Door Trim mings, Tacks, Shoe Nails, Hrads, Sieves, Class Pap"er, Cuiry Combs, P.ritannia Tea J, Pols, Colfeu Mills. Cattle and Wool ards, Paint Prushes, Manure Forlts, 1 1 ..i I f : ti . i tt . iiniinn aim iimofn, oau irons, liomcr 8, Wilson's, and Collins' Axes ; Knives and Forks, Spoons, Pocket Knives, Proad Axes, Oil Stones, P.ritannia Lamps, Tea Trays, DO Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, &c ALSO, a lur;;- assortment of Boots and Shoes, Crockery end Groceries. Which wc oiler for sale n-i low ai such articles can he piirehuM-d in the eastern or western coun try, for cash ef oodiice. (;i;-mman &. GRIDI.Y; Oilrvit. s,.rt. :. l-.;'3. isi:v .s'luKC. Jit ft. A Ii.MOUU arc now opening, one door west of Messrs. Trues" store, a large and general stock of Mer chandize, which they intend to sell at ihe lowest prices for cash and all kinds of country produce. "I linn- film!. pm!irifina i nnmntnla mml .itvi. i'iivi.".MV.VdMWIIIll,C.VA l(1R.lU fjf ' dizv ;oods, Amongst which ara , . i,., ., uroad t.lotliH, Casyimerea, Mcrimac Trials, M and 4-4 UleechcJ and, iatiimtw lirown Shirtings and Sheeting, lu& Drown Drillinjs liinsr) it, il.i-Qinj;, Cotton anJWoollen Yarns Catling, &c, 5ce. M.dc.,!.ins, Velveteen:!, Vi "tiiiijii, ri.nim !. Soripcd Sh'tinrji, A pron 'heck, losli nn I Uroivn I.inen Iliio'.iU l'a! luver, and ) Also, a large assortment of Hants (aid Shoes, Crockery Hard ll'arc, Carpenters'1 Tools, and Groceries. Our old friends and tho community ge I nefally are respectfully requested to giv j us r. call and examine for themselves. Ottawa, Sept. 2'J, IS 13. Administrator's Notice. VLL persons having claims againit the estate of John W. Reynold?, dee'd., are hereby notified niul requested to exhibit ihe fame to the subscriber, ad- niinistrator of said estste, or to the Probate Justice of Livingston county within nine months from the date hereof. C. W. REYNOLDS, . .Iitministralor O-l. 3, 1813. 17 4 1. . . .Idministrntor Sot ice. A LL persons having claims ngainsf tbe estate of John Woods, deceas ed, lute of La Salle county, are hereby no tified and requested lo exhibit ihe'snineto the subscribers, administrator of said es tate, or to the probate justice of said rutin-' IV, within nine mortths from the dale line7 o'r. " C U A KIT V WOODS, .'?,mrv . N. M. REKDF.K, ,';. Nov. 21, I8i3.-23.lt ' if"-., 4(