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THE OTTAAVA FREE TRADER.
3- I 1 ' 1 , j i NEW STOKE IX FEUV. BAI.DWIX & BREWSTER HAVE opened at the itone huilditifi in Prru, n entire new itock of Good, selected ex ireialy for this market, cousisling of DRY GOODS, Hardware, Crocket y, Hals, Boots and Shoes, Saddlery, Clothing, Groceries, Sic, &.c. All of which urn offered at very lew price for Cash or Produce. We respectfully solicit the at tention of purchaaera to mil and examine our lock and price. We IihII uko our le.l exer tion to gueaatisfacliou to all who may patronize Ut. Peru, Dec. U, 1813. 2C if NEW STOKE AT NEWARK. FHHE sulwcrilirr lias ju.t received and nffeis fl. fur sale, cheap fur ( .'u-.lt or good Winter Wheat, the following article : Dry Goods, Caps, Crockery, Hardware, Nails, Glass, Collins' Axes, Window Sash, Raisins, Candies, Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Sugar House and N.O. Molasses, Medicines, Linseed Oil, Sp'ts. Turpentine, IJiee, Dry Groceries, Brandy, Alcohol and Wine for medicinal purpo ca, and many other articles. Just opened, 5 cases Hoots Si Shoes. W. K. M I'll RAY. Newark, Dec. ISM. Cli-C Vni Irou I'Hisips .I'Mi ale at the Stone tstore, l'cru, ly Ualdwin & Drewster. 1 'hcae iKimiiii are mauu on an improved plan, and are auperiorto ouy iu une. 'J'hey are intended fur a house pump, to -ho set in the kitchen, sink, or any other place unt coiive liicnt, with th lead pipe aH.ichcd to Uad into the well, bprius l,r cistern. They are so coimtruc li'd that the water can he let out of them without amy Irouhle, to prevent iheui from fretiu;;. Fvr cheapness, durability, anil cuuveiiienre, these -pump need no rcciiuum-ndulion alter tiiey have lieen nurd. Wc respectfully invi'e all who waul a firiit rale pump to call and satisfy thenim Ivc. 1'crn, Dee. M, IflX 20 if flASH paid for Wheat, at the rem J Store. Baldwin & Brewster. Dec. 14, 1813. 20 tf s JUGAU for sale, by the hogshead or BALDWIN & BREWSTER. Dee. 11, 1813. 20 tf Assignee's Sale of ileal Estate. IN BANKRUPTCY : "IBY authority of the United Statea' District MM Court, fur the District of Illinois, the under signed, general assignee of Lunkrujita for Madison county, will sell at puUic auction, for cash, on Saturday the twenty-third day of Deci tuber next, oininencins at 10 o'clock, A. M.,at the pusl-nllice In the city of Alton, thj following property, viz: The east half Mouth east fjuarlrr of section 21, town. 34 iioith, range 'i, vast of the 3d principal meridian ; in the county of I. a Salle, and within n few miles of Ottawa hclouging to the estate of A. C. Ilnukiuson, and believed to he free, from in cumbrance. Aluo an undiviJcd half of the following tracts, via: S. W. qr. cc. 4, town. 3 J n., rani; 1, e. 3d M. W. hf ne qr. sec. 29, town. 33 n. ran. 1, e. " tS. o. vjr. iHv!, town. 32 n. ransre 1, c. " I'donging to tho estate of Thomas M. Hope. The title has hceii cmefol'y examined, and is rep res "Med to be guni'. Also a number of oile r tract of land, situate in Madison, Macoupin, Jersey and Henry conn iliei, Ills., and a half section in l'orter cnutitv, lud, HORATIO BIUEI.OW. ' Alton, Deo. I. 1743. 2G lw r Printer1 fie, ?2. llemil by mail, pialoge jmia, at utir rUf; Information Wanted. OSCAR L. UAWLEY, who resides a short distance from Loekport, left home on Monday the 4lh inst., about S) o'clock in the morning and has not been heard from since, lie is suhjiiet u turns of derangement and is supposed to he wan dering about the country.- Any informa , lion will he gratefully received Uy his friends, either kt the l'usl Office H Lock port, or Mr. Patridgc'a in St. Charles. When ho left home he had on a snuff colored body coat, blue pilot cloth over coat, gray pantaloons, and a cloth cap trimmed with fur. lie is n middle sized man and about 31 yeas of afe. There was a muldlu sized briudle and a white dog wi!i him when he left home. Deo. 11, 1813. Call and Sottto fHHE notes and accounts of Mr. Fair . child being left with ua for collection, those interested will pleaao cid! and settle and save costs. WALKER & II ICKLKG. Dec, 15. J 8 13. 1ASII, and the highest price paid for y any qualntity of good Wheat de livered at our store or at Staddcn it Marr's Mill, Dayton. WALKER Si HICKLING. Dec. 15. 1813. Roots Shoes. (7 i Coses Hoots arid Shoes for sale DU by CUSHMAN fc G RIDLEY. Sept. 29, 1813. 15-tf 7HITE LEAD and Linseed Oil j for sale by CUSHMAN A GIHDLEY. Sept. 29, 1843. 15-ff Window Sah. QOir Lights Window Sash for UVUU tale by CUSHMAN fc GRIDLEY. Sept. 29, 1843. 15-f SALT, fine and coarse, 100 barrel just received and for sale by , CUSHMAN & GHIDLEY. A'ov. 3, J.8J3. TAX SALE. LIST of town, ten acre, and twenty acre lots, in the town of Peru, I. a Salle county, Illinois, on which taxes remain due and unpaid for the year 1813. Xantes of Oiunert. Lute. Blocks. Tax. Ward IS. Uumett, 1 24 l-ts. do V! do do . dj 3 do do do 4 do do do ! do do do 6 2li 2 do 7 do do do 8 do do do 9 do do do 10 do , do Ui, known, 0 2) do Waid 11. Uumett, t do do J nU ii 1'. Miaunou, 7 do do W ard U. liuruelt, $ do do do 9 do do do 10 do do do 4 3J do do u do do Alexander Holley, 4 3j 4 do ' 5 do do . Ward U, Uumett, 1 32 do do 2 do do do 3 do do do 4 do do do 0 do do Ransom Hull's estate, 4 33 do do 0' do do do 1 35 do Ward 11. Uurnett, 1 b'J 7J Isaac. T. Towiiseud, '2 do do Ward I). Uurnett, 3 do do do 4 do do do 9 do do William Lowrey, 4 )t do 5 do? lJ do 10 do 10 Ward U. Uurnett, 1 65 5 do 2 il,) ,u do 3 Jo j0 do 4 do do do 5 do o do tf do 7J do 7 do do do 8 do do do J do do do 10 do do Unknown, 1 60 1J do 2 do do do 3 do do do I do do do .ft do do John 1'. Shannon. 4 do Jl,&o Ward li. Uurnett, C 80 o 7 do do do 8 ,lo do Juhu I". shannon, 10 ln fi I .y man D. Streeler. 4 86 do 5 do do James Mullen, 9 do 4 Uarvev Wood, 7 do $2 50 Ward U. UumeU, 1 88 7J io 2 do do do frar.tteuui ti uo do do do W ij Daniel J. Towuseud, 4 8 ) 10 do 6 do f3,r0 Warren Brown 3 124 Jf) 4 do$ 1'2j William J. ('ox, 2 120 2,00 Lucius J'earl, 4 147 j 5 t: 3-00 do 7 do) Joseph Teikmati, 1 151 S,00 John Aaron, 4 152 50cts. Wurd U. Humett, 3 153 20 Turner, 6 do 30 Isaac Mvte, west 20 feet, 8 do 62 Jos. 1', Turner do 9 do $a,75 Old Town of Peru. 1 do do do do 2 do do 4 do do 5 0 8 do .9 do do 11 do 12 do do do do 13 do do 14 1.1 .15 do do do 10 do d.i 17 do do 18 do do 10 : li do do do 5 74 do 5 'h do 5 74 10 do 31 do do do do 53.0J 75cts. 10 il 00 20ets 121 do 20 I2J 20 .21 do 20 d. 121 I.. 20 124 2o do 21 20 do 15 'J'hon:s At water, do Unknown, do Thomas Alwa'.er, do K. P. WooJworlh, l.'iiknuwn, K. 1'. Woodworth, N. C. FRrwell, Unknown, do do Harvey Wood, Unknown, do ('loud, 10 12 1 6 7 4 6 8 2 7 ,6 1 2 4 1 do o 3 3 6 7 U 1 ti V 4 6 1 2 6 H 1 a 5 3 7 8 4 6 7 2 Harvey Wood, east-half, Myres Si Hays, wesl-hull', llariiMiu & Julia. Hays, do H. .S. Vv'oodwur'.h, L'ukunwiif lo (i) do Siwlc'l &, Woodworth, Uuliiiou n, do Charles llayward, Motley ,V K. bmson, Aar.iu (. ; u , 11, Unknown, U. I. WimJwurih, I 'nkiiuwn, K. 1'. W.njJrtorth, d, i'liha I. re, (,'harles Hayward, dr Unknown, west-lialf, lJa$comby8 Addition to the town of Peru Unknown, 3 8 10 do 'J do do do M do do do 11 J do ,Jo 12 do do do 13 do do do 3 10 do do 9 11 do do 1 J2 do do .7 do do do f ,7 do do .7 ,7 do the town of Peru. Harrison Hays, 1 JO do 8 o o do 9 dn do Harvey Wood, 10 do do do 11 '' do do 12 do do Harrison Hnya, 43 do do do 4 4 do do Ho 3 5 do d,t 4 do do do 5 do do do 6 do d'f Unknown, 7 do do .dn 8 do do do f do do do 40 do tli Harrison llsyt, H do do do XI do do do 43 - do do, Unknown, 13 do do parta of lots. do . I 10 do 2 do -do do H do do do 4 do do dn " do . do Jo ft da do L"'i. Bhrk. Tax. -1 4 10 & do do whole lots. II 12 13 14 15 16 4 do do do do do do do do do do do List of 10 acre Lots in Sec. 10, T. 33. .'. 1, L 3JP. M.t in the borough 0 Peru. Unknown, 2 10 25 do 3 do do II. P. W'oocJwoltU. a do do v List of id acre Lota. Unknown, south ltl aerest of lot 6 SOcls. Isaac Myre, n 1 of s 10 acres of 6, liloek 3, 15 Unknown, n 7 acres, .6, " 3,35" Unknown, 8, " 20, f 1,10 (j 25 cents U'ill be pJJtd to each town lot r tract cf land as cols. in rose i f mlr. If uuiil c- fire ndc, thr proper reduction wiit be mailt: NOTK'H is herehy civen that I .shall expose a, puhlie sale at the National II itrl in the horoo!;U of Peru, the town lots and la uls iiIiovh dehciilxil. on Monday the l.V.h day of January, A. D., 1814, for the amount of taxes and costs due thereon. Sale to continue until all are hi. Id. TllliKON I). UKIOWSTKR, Treasurer Y Collector. Teru, Dec. 13, 1SI3. WIN'J'ER GOODS. FJHE Kiiliserihers have just received at their JL "Id stand in Ottawa, ill reel from New York and Uoston, their winter supply of DUY GOODS, v Aiming which may aro 13 jmm'ps of liliick, bhiR-bliick, blue, invi sible green HroauYlotlis, (Jassiinercs, & Heaver-clothe, 50 pieces rSiittiiieta, Kentucky Jeans, Sheeps-gray mid Linseys, "20 pieces Flannel. Canton ilo. 10 bales bro. Shceiiny, Colluti Ynm, &c. The Ladi.'s' wants and wishes have '.K'un utten- ded to, and lliey will liml liy CiilliiiR, that our stock will eiu:il if not exceed any in the country : It consists in part nf 500 pieces of English, French & Ameri can piints, of all shades and colois, from 0 cents tip. 30 pieces of French, English & (Jerinan Merinos. 20 pieces of plain and fiouied Velvets, Alljiaccait Muslin Delaines. Ribbands, Swiss, book, plain Si fiiurr(l Jackenel Muslins, Laees, Gloves, Shawls, Ilanclkerchiefs, together with the "thousand and one" of the little fixens usually called for. 11 ut if you will call and e.xumiue js nil we ask, as we are coclideut that tii ijuah'y and prices ol our Goods cannot fail to pleasH tlie purchaser. L. P. SANGEIt&Uo. Ottawa, Dec. 8. 1813. NEW STORE AT LOWELL. 7E would inform those inleie-Jed, that for V the iicenrrjmnd.iliofl of the puhlie iu gene ral and ourselves in particular, wc have a stock uf goods at this place, embracing a gciicsl assort ment of DRY COODS, Groceries, Iltisdware, Crockery, Hats 4- Ceps, Pools Sr Shoes, -c, tyc. Which will be sold extremely low for Cash, Pork, Wheat, Flour, Lard, Tallow, Hides, Ilees-wax, ISniler, Eggs, or almost anything the fanner raises. L. l SANGER & CO. Lowell, Dec. 8, 1813. a-.ii: cash:: "J RANTED Any Quantity of l'mk, y f lor which the highest market price will be paid 111 cash and goods, de livered here or at Ottawa. L. P. SANGER &CO. Lowell, Dec. 8, 1813. 4'asli I'ahl for I'orlt. GERSIIOM HURU will p,,v cash for I'ork, from this time until the ope ning of navigation. Ottawa, Dec. 8, 18 13. (3an:tl Scrip. JTIVE Hundred D.illars wanted, fir which the highest price will be paid. Kii-pnie of G. I5URR. ():iav. D.-r. 8, 1813. WANTED Any quantity of P.irk, for which tin; higln:.i niiuket price i!l be paid in r:oh and l'oihIs. 1 4. P. SANGER CO. Ottawa, Dec. 8, 1813. LOOK ti NEW CHEAT STORK, ( Sign of the Ped Flag.) . VOCiia, HCNUJAVIl.N" & CO. ? n -'.si'i:!: rri i.i.v i,.f..r,i, n.. ; iv;.....tJ .1,... 5l tliev h;ivoiusi received from New Vuiii new asuortuicnt of ranry Dry ut:s Such as .'Hi ji' nes, ,'lpacr.as. Silks, Pom vnzincsj rrnchand Lngltsh Meriwics, Muslin de Lainis, Shuleys, and Call ioes of every description. A lso, a new slvlo uf FRENCH WINTER SHAWLS, Handkerchiefs, silk and Kid Cloves, a Luge variety of Stockings, Laces, Ri- baiidti, Tippets, Ladies' Slippers, Sia. They ran 11U0 lUToinnioil.itu their mutt) fr.eud,. with, WmlUn Cliihes, fur Caps, .SV,-.v unit (ili vet, I mts and S'mrs, a uuo tfyfr if vest inn, and I) iiit'xlic. nf which lliey hiv a lju iiifuil inenl. AI.NO, 1 . . ; Jewelry, Cutlery, Spectacles, ,(, AH nf which they will aril nl Nfw York prb-e cheaper than ever, n't take in evtiantf all kimU of oltl (old nnd nilvitr, nj aneh artick'n an the country may produce, mpr islly htrn. They , incite til I when mid mrnieii whn with joikI liai(jin (a call and exuniue their gooda al tho (Jiisiv Stohk on ('anal ilreet; '''4 Ottawa, Dec. 1, 1843. EIGHT half barrels Mackrela supe rior article, for sale bv Nor. 10, WALKER & HICKLING. Soma cf Owners. Unknown, ' do Harrison Hays, do do do do do .S t 2 t J5- 4 C t: c: S 0: r r 5 - " -z S 'S t 1: ; i - - "'2-1-V) - -a -Z ; i f s " - 5 1 il , ? 5 S s! a s ? Si s y . LATEST A11KIVAL! "B" 1'. SANGER t Co. are now re. JLio ceivinsr from New York and St. Louis, at the f rick store, 333 I.4'KAi:S Fo r ci g 1 a n d Domestic DRY GOODS, Hardware, Urorlirry, I.oots and Shoes, .rocfri., .ails sl:iss, Ac, Ac. Which will be sold for Cash, Pork, Flour, Wheat, Lard, Tallow, Hides, and Uees- wax.nl prices that cannot fail to please the most fastidious. Ottawa. Nov. 17. 1813. NFAV AND CllCAP GJODS! Pest Parga'uis in the County I STALKER tc lUCKI.IXrj nre now receivini; S mid fipeniiijr nt the UIIEA1' CAII STOIJK in (litiuva, direct from New York and ninton. their Kali and Winter supply of merchan dize, which was txpresnlif itkcltd for this imui.it. The supply emlirnccs a Kcucml assortment of nsjv ;oos, A large lot of new style calicoes, from 10 els. per yard upwards ; brown mus lins; licks nuil cheeks ; painted muslins, brown and bleached drillings and muslins, very cheap; saitinets ; jeans nnd colton yam ; shawls and handkerchiefs, a supe rior assortment; together with a general variety nf articles for the especial arenm inni'lalion and convenience of the ladies, who .are earnestly invited to call and ex amine our slock before purchasing else where. Also, a hire and co;nj)Iele as sortment of UOOTS & SHOES, Queensirarejogtlhcr with a full supply of GROCERIES, Embracing a choice lot of brown and loaf Sugar, Coffee, Tea, &c., ic. Also, dkits x .11 ruin M.S. Oils, Paint and - Dye Stuff's, Window Cla.is, Xails, $c., 4"c And a general variety of articles usually kept in Dry Goods nnd Drug it Medicine establishments. LZfliem-sinber tve charge nothing for showing our goods, and that wc have awais sol I as cheap as the cheapest! Ottawa, Sept. 2'.). 1813. tf ' boots, smoi:s LLVrilS'.ll, Ac. H. 11. t Ol.I.INS CO. Xo. 110, Lake Street, Chicago. U: I. jiisi rerein'iiuieirijllaiiii winter stock, consisting tl 3iK) litres of men', I toy 4 mid mitjis Ihiek l.ijt mi l call b ulls, slim s urn! hioi.Miis, daueiiiK pumps an. I slip, pers, womi iis call, kip mid moroee" liouls and slo s. seiveti mid lit'ttut il r J ladies and misses line walking siloes. ' ' slippers, huskius, lies, (jailt is, half 1 u.iliers, );aiiiliiiitn shoes, cllMren t-hoes ol all , kind-. Alj.iv, koIo and lias upper leather, Ct.ll' anil j kiji ki-is. and 1 urneial ussorlmeiit of shoe stocks, ' las s, iiculun;, Vi, ti e. We are iiijIJii mens 1 d oible s .U-.l thick mid kip Loots and hrouans ol I tin' In si ii ililv. All of wdich will he sold very I j.v f.,r c i-)i. liy the case, do.rn. or al relail. I'm- im.tv and eoiiiilrv merchants ill do well to call and vaoiine hrfore purchasing elsewhere. " i ( IR'3. 10 3n Public S.il- ol j: al IMale. Pl'RSL'ANT to an order of the circuit ctnirt of La S.dle county, the sub scriber, administrator "f ihe estalo of Ezra Ackley, ileeeascd, will sell, at puhlie vrn- due, on the premises hereinafter described, on the ;tli d iv ! January IS H, at I'Z u a M of llnil ll:i V, the filiDMillg tr;icl of land, to wit: Comuieneing nt t!n mirth I oast corner of a lot iff sixteen uercs of land - 1 lu retolore surveyed and subdivided into two acre lots by Lancelot Rood, eounty surveyor of La Salle county, May, 1811, anil running thence south GO3 3() east four chains and twenty-fmir links : from whence and oak 18 inches in dia meter, bears north 0'-i, vast six links; thence south 1 .V east twenty-six chains five links, whence a bur oak tI2 inches iu diameter bears south 20 west It links ; thence north Gi 3' west four chains and ihirty-iiinn link, to the south-east comer nf said sixteen ucre lot; thetmo north 1" ,V, west twcfitv-ltvt! chains and seventv two links M the place of beginning, con taining ten' acres, and subdivided into five lots of two ncrcs each.' To be sold iu tracts of two acres each toihe highest bid der for ready money. LE.MAN ACKLEY, Jdm'r. Nov. 17, 18l3i 2'3-6t . A . SUPERIOR lot of Window Glass, XJL jnsl received and for sale by . Nov. 10, WALKliRti: HICKLING. r , c ' i - r- s c i m u -z t a a o 2 "s - . r. -o k t , ? 5 ? - - - w : M - MORE JS'EW GOODS! WM. TRUE & SON ARE just openinff a splendid nssort . ment of STAPLE & FANCY GOODS, adapted to the fall and winter trade, which they re determined to sell as low as the very lowest profit or no profit consisting in part of DUVOOODS, Iloth Foreign and Domestic, for Ladies' andCJe,.:!emen'Swearandforf.un,lytise;!FALL AND WLNTEfi COODS, selected expressly to suit tho wants ol j ; at Ibis cou.tnttnity, and bought uncommon.1. ..P Jf afi or 1 ''blfucc' , .. ' a 1 5 iu.scri;iers ore niv receding direct froru 7 low' A Boston, an extwisivo n.id well siltwtcd jsori. BOOTH & NHQES I1101jt f I'.U.I. and U I.NTJ.H A great supply of ladies slippers, walking DIIY GOODS shoes, boots, get.tlemans boots, nhoes.i .., ,,, f.l!lllttill ' brogans. pumps, slipperi, childresis boots anu snocs, 01 ail kiiuis ami mz;'s II.llCUWAlilu , ,11 1 , A complete isortnicnt of such articles j ss are usually called for,' including Table j and Pocket cutlery, nails, locks, butts and screws, Ac, Jtc. S it ww. 1 nr.. very large assortment of fine and common ware, including tea setts of va rious prices, lluted and plain glass tum blers, ewers and basins, dishes, dfcc, tc. 11.01 ill. u. Coals, pants, vests, over coats, shirts, drawers besides hats, caps, gloves, socks, hdkfs, stocks, suspenders, &c, te. ;:cot i:ich:. Sugar, molasses, eod'ce, tobacco, lea of various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye stuffs, spices, Sic. Resides, cap and letter paper, ink, quills, steel pens, wall paper, nnd a "thousand nnd one" other articles such as are, usually called for, all of which we flatter ourselves, will be found as cheap as at any other store try us before you buy. Wheat, Oats, Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, Ilutter and Eggs taken in trade. Oct. C. 1813. FALL i; WJNTEil GOODS. fltlin suWrihcr is now openin; frnm New I Vnik. a Kcncral assortment of STAl'LK DUY liUOD. Black, Pine, Prawn and Mixed i:i: A I CLOTHS, Sherps Gray Djinrxtic Cloth, Pinch and Mixed Satlincts, Pnivtr Clothf Pcd and White Flannels, Domestics and Pleached Cottons, Cotton and Woollen Yarn, And n variety of other goods, such as aro usually kept in country stores. V.itocniur.s. Teas, Coffee, Sugar, ALilusses, Plug, Smoking and FinC'Citt Tobacco. Spices of all kinds. Mic'f Hard ware. Jl large assortment rf Ponton Xails, Axes, ic, Vc. AI.SU, a lurne assortment of 'Thick an I. Fine Hoots, Do. for Hoys, superior, 'Thick and Kip Brogans, Ladies Slip and Walking Shoes. The suliscrilier will receive iu exchange fur the lihove, Wheat. Oats, Tullow, lJce.s-wav, Dry nod tireeu Hides, JJi'cr ttkiu, furs, and all kinds ol country produce. (i. llt'Kli. (lllaiva. Oct. 27. 18-13. I 'J it 7 JIM 2 li 1 1 hits. N. O Sugar, Is. Loaf Sugar, Crushed do.. 20 Sacks Rio and llavanna Coffee, 10 Chests Y. 11. and Imp. Teas, ID I'koxrs Raisins, ui) Ives Nails, For sale at prices to suit the limes, for cash or rcadv pay. Nov. 17. ' L. P. SANGER &'c. toots, Shoes a lid Leather. A (jy Cacs Cuure and Fine Uoots, J and .Shoes, ;"t) Sides Sole Leather, 17 Uoz. liiic.kskin .Mills, At reduced Prices at the Riick Store, Nov. 17. L. P. SNGER it Co. iNl-W STOKE AT DAYTON. .. subscriber would make known u. 10 u.c.r ineiuis auu me commtinuy ... .1 . 1 1 . 1 .1. . .. generally, and especially tho.e visiting the mills, thai they have opened a Store at Dayton, in the corner room (formerly the bar-room) of the brick tavern, wheie they intend keeping as good an assortment of I goods us can be found in any country 1 tor. We solicit the patronage of the public, and pledge ourselves M sell ns cheep as we do in Oitawn. Persons visiting the mills will consequently be saved tho ne cessity of going to Ottawa for what arti cles lliey may want. We want to purchase 1.0,000 liutlicU of WHEAT, Delivered at Dayton or Ottawa, for which wo will pay the highest market price. Also, hides, lallow, bees-wax, flax-seed, butter, Sic., Sic. WM. TRUE & SON. Davton, Nov. 21. Igl3. . '2 H lolliirs lCcw:iil il.l, he nivi-n for the appreheuainit of Jaoit Old I' leld. who rcatietl trom t!l eilxlodv uf the j.iilor at Vuikville, Krudjtl county. IllinAiii, on the iiii;ht of the 15lh iiit). Me IiniI on when he leli, d.trk hrown lieaver-ctol'i Irnek ca! ; jeaim piiuta ami vent 1 , drah lint, not uiueh worn ; ami aline 011 his frrt. He hat near, I think rear liii riyhl check hour. He is almtit 6 feet 8 iocliri hijli. hlark hair, hlue eye, ami liuhl com plexion. Whoever wi'.l return Hid r)ii, nr give iuf irination whrr hs can ha had, will rcc-aivr Ihe obovs reward. jam es . ronxni.i 5; Yorkville,Nov.lS,l313. 23-4 T. D. Brewster, " 'N '."sP '.Forwarding 4" CommiMiow QiteVr chant, Peri.. I.i SaU county, Illinois. Peru, .March 1, 1842. Jo .in Ilofliiiau, orftirit'ii 4- Commissin. IVrn, 1.4 Sl!e eounty, Ill's. SUy 12. 1S43. 43 tf. Clack, blue, green, tnd browu P.roaJ j Clolhs and Cassimr is ; fc'attinctts, Ken ttieky Jeans, Hard Times, Pilot, Duffa l, and Heaver Cloths ; 200 piece French, English, and American Prints, Mouscline de Lainis, Bombazines, Ali pines and Alpaccas, black, blue-black, and Alpcc a Silks ; Fteneh and Eng lish Merinos, Cambrics, mull and Swiss Muslins, Bobbineit, Rail Road, wash, blond, and wire Lace, lace Edgings and Insenings, blond Quillings, Book Mus 1 ins, Bit-hop's Lawn. Linen Cambria Handkerchiefs, Bandanna and Pongc Silk Handkerchiefs, Rob Roy Shawls, merino, Alpacca.and black silk Cravats, green Banrjp. Ladies' white and black cotlon Hose, Moravian & woisted Hose, Silk and Taby Velvets, plain and figur rd Satin Vestings, Valencia ditto, Coat Tiimmings, blue and brown Drillings, while and black Waddings, Col'on Bal tings, ('anion Flannels, red, green, and yellow woollen ditto. I.insey Wooiseys, Tickings, Burlaps, Hickories, Bleachsd ('otions, 14 bales brown Sheetings and Shirtings, Sic, tic, Ac. II A II D WARE: Table Hinges, Strap Hinges Brick onil Plastering Trowels, Sheep Shears, Rasp!, Mill Files, Hand Saw Files, Bolls, rites I, cupboard, till, triink, and pad Locks, Gim blets. Awls, Blacking, Percusbien Caps, Snuff Bojes, lyk S-lauds, Slates; Shoe", Horre, and Whilcwash Brushes j Trc 'Chains, Bulls and Screws, Augers, Draw Shaves, malleable Norfolk Door Trim mings, Tacks, Shoe Nails, Brads, Sieves, (las Paper, CuiryCout.be, Britannia Te Pots, Coiree Mills, Cattle and Wool Cards, Paint Brushes, 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 Trays, 50 Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, Si ALSO, a large assortment of Bools ami Sh,csi Crockery and Groceries, Which we offer for sale as low is such article can he purchased, in tho eaateru ur w estern coun try, fur cuh 1 prodiirv. CU-IIMA.N &. fj RIDLEY. Ottawa, Sept. 29, 1M3. NEW .STOKE. Jet G. ARMOUR are now opening, a one door west of Messrs. Trues' , store, a large and general stock of Mer cliaudire, v.hich they intend to sell at the lowest prices for cash and all kinds of country produce. Their stock embraces a complete as forttnent of d:;y goods, Amongst which are Ilroud Cloiloi, ( .t ki 1 m red, .Salt ine tlx, Muleskiio', V Ivetecna, Vei-lini;, I'hlKMI Is, Stiriped S"t ctin-", Aiiron I'hecks, Mcrimas fiinta. ,4 a ml 4 4 I) leeched nl Drown bhiiliiji kul Sheetings, roiuecV Urown Drillinjs l.inxryi, 13a.?-;iuj, Cotton and Wouilia Yarm IimIi and llrown I. men 3a!lil!f, t&c , A.. i::i!i!U!i, l'.i'd River, aril' Also, a large assnif.nent of IJaots and JSIlqcs, Crockery Hard Ware, Carpenters' Tools, and Groceries. Our old friends and the community ge nerally nre respectfully requested to gtta ;c , n t r... .!,..,. ( ii9 ca uiti Jkaiiiinu awi 11101.1 mw Ottawa. SetU. '20. 1943. Administrator? Xotice. ALL per.-ons having claims ngsitvrt the estate of John Woods, decess ! ed, late of La Salle county, are hereby no tified and requested to exhibit the tains to the subscribers, administra'.cxs of laid si' tale, or to the probate justice of said coun ty, within nine months from the date hcie of. CHARITY WOODS, Adn'r. N. M. 1IEEDER, .iVniV. Nov. 21, 1813.--C3--41 Sinr, C'otlVc and ?IoIussch. 26 Hsgieiuli New Oilcans u;sr. CO Sacks Rio and Havannah Cofleo. 40 Barrels Molasses, just received and for sale, wholesale and retail, vcty low, by WAI.Ur.H JkUICICUNO. April 28, 1843. HISKEY. Old Rfrtificd Whis kev, 20 barrels jusi received and , for sale by WALKER S: HICKLING, Nov. 3, 1S43. ' H t . waiiieu. 0RK, Wheat, Flour, Boaos, rl fceed, Hides ami is. CUSHMAN Si GIHDLEY. v P Oitawn. Sept. 20. 1843. IS-lf BRANDY. Just received a superiof lot of brandy, and for sale liv . WALKER & HICKLJN9, Nov. 3, ISIS, s