Newspaper Page Text
THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER.
v ;l i i ' 1 3 rightful geographical centre of litis great I 1 Pf,nh . .alrfi ! ,Hh0;r .A'., Lnnrp was irradiating every section. The fame of one, so far as tlie knowledge anil fell ings of the people weie concerned, had reached the culminating point uf Ameri can statesmen, anj the other was fast ap proximating it. But iheee geniuses rorruscate no long er. And while we, lesser lights, shine the brighter for their extinction, let lis not be unmindful of our transition state of our ephemeral duration; that our light will soon be put out ; and that we, too, in a moment, in the twinkling of an eye," may be called to give nn account for the deeds done in thit our probationa ry being. Let us then, Mr. Speaker, so conduct, with reference to our God, our country, our fellow-man, and especially to each other, that if others shold be call ed to ask the usual testimony if respect fo our memory, and vote of condolence at our loss, that vote may not be, as I know it was not yesterday, and I know it will not be to-dav, a ceremonious, cold and heartless one. Resolved, That as a testimony of respect for thy memory of the lion. Samii-.i. Mc Roberts, deceased, the members of this liouse will weartho usual badge of mourn ing for thirty days ; and that the house do now adjourn. ScTm Ufa ICicciilril nl tliirftttn. i2o rC'j,o idrnl of tlit L i t 'unit U.ii.Vc. il IVAN A, 1 t'.ll NOV. 1 S 13. You will search in vain in tho papers of the day for the usual details of arrests, trials, and condemnation the private his tory and exaggerated anecdotes, of tho seven criminals executed this morning not a word upon the subject. The offi cial publication of the proceedings will appear in three of four days. 1 say thai seven were executed, but one of lliem had been dead 21 hours. To avoid, as he supposed he could, the disgrace of a pub lic execution, he cut his throat; but the authorities were determined that the 'spec tacle' should not thus be di-tinguished of its original extent. II is corpse was brought out, lied to a stake, and shot with others. It is tail, bin 1 will not be sure; that such is the exact (art, these men were part of a regularly organized band of rob bers, that existed in tlie mountains pre vious to the time of 'Fa con, and which he either dispersed or destroyed. Recently some depredations of the few remaining, . and they were men of substance, having their little property and living decently causod their arrest, trial ami condemna tion. We are told that seven more will shortly share the same fate, and that it is supposed the band w ill be utterly extermi nated. As an instance of the prompt and severe justice of the present day, take notice of the official article in the Diario of the Dili, announcing the condemnation of two sol diers, followed by a short but forcible ad dress, of Gen. O'Donne!! to the troops. Il appears that these soldiers encountered an English captain and another person, who wero asking their way through the streets; they d.-coyed them into a retired upot and robbed them. Next day the cap tain made known the case to the English consul, who made an official report of it to the governor, who very soon caused the culprits to be arrested. On the tenth day from the commission of the act, one of the perpetrators was executed, and the "other put into chains and hard labor for ten years. It is said that the English captain and tho consul, when they found how severe was to be the punishment for the rohc-y, interceded for their lives, but . the governor declined ameliorating their .sentence in any way. lilood alone could wipe nut the slain upon the character of the army, and give assurance to tho peaea blo citizens that protection and oppression was its vocation. Since tho days of Taeon, not only are instances of robbery or other acts of vio lence of rare occurrence, but when the criminals arc caught, their punishment is swift snd sure. Chrync. George Cheyne, a Scotch physician, when a person was talking about the excellency of human nature, exclaimed: 'Hoot, hoot, man! human nature ia a rogue and a scoundre l, or why should it perpetually stand in need of laws and religion ?' t'oiuiurri'inl. Ciiii Aoo, Dor, 20. A f.iirnrlirli! of winter wheat command-, tiwluy from l.t to 63 cts. We omit quotim; llio .riri paid fur otht'f n'tiel.' as thoio i wnrrcly any irn ilurc now cniiiin in from the exceeding bail state of the road. ii xnv.y i.. MAIJRIED At finhury I.ivinRKlon county, III., nit the llli in-l,, hy M. l!rHcki'nriil;;c, Km)., Mr. llriiii Ci mmin to Mii-s Han au Ct.w ull ' of Livingston county. Kltler (Ji H K . i t ihe ili'in. jiiiinitii.il . "l.alli r Urv iint," will .rcuch ill lh Met liiinir' Hull at Ci o'clock this cvciiiiiif. If J Of I Jnliimuii, "iMiitullH.I, !i.,i,. T Mi, u l r,l v. - n i , i e i nn .i,,. , in,;,-, ,. . .IIII.IIIV .1... "I . MM, -.1 .in. I t s-.-i.. viir.l to c ili. I ' 'ipiil. i'n i I II . I : s 1. 1 l i i, . One Jjy. ?'' .".s. j ? mi',.1, 'J', Jusl our IimIi' tlie ii-ii i ! . ;, ir ;.- ,i'. i' i.;.-;t,j"l'ssetii;'-i! can seceo i.s lu .nl t.t llirm'i tlie pr ipiiei..'. .-l. ':tiial Scrip. TTIVF. Hundred D ars wan-el, .M. which the highest price will o p.o I. Enquire of (;. UL'RR. Ottawa, Dec. 8, 1813. STATE OF ILLINOIS, 1, !Snlln County.ict. gOf. Ifnn, .O.J . ..... Slv nJ John lleatli. In chancery. ON the 21st day of November, 1813. at a term of the circuit court of said county then being held nl the court house in Ottawa, in said county, came the com plainant, by Glover and Cook, his soli citors, and it appearing to the court by the affidavit of the complainant, that the de fendant, John Heath, is now a resident rf this state; and the said Heath having fail ed to enter his appearance hereon agreea bly to law and the rules of this court ; it is therefore ordered, on notice of the said complainant's solicitors, that the said Heath bo notified in some public newspa per of this state, according to law, of the pendency of this suit, and that, unless he shall personally be and appear before the circuit court of said county on the first day of the next term therof, to be held at the court house in Ottawa on the 29di day of March next, to answer the charges and al legations contained in the said complain ant's bill, which has been exhibited against him and the said Sly in said court, on the chancery side thereof, the same will be ta ken as confessed against him and the mat ters thereof decreed accordingly, and that this cause be continued until the next term of this court. L. I. ELAND, Clerk of said Court. Glover Si Gook, romp's, sols. A ! n: i isl nil o v's ot ni A LL pirsons having claims cgainst the .iut-iti. i.f li.cnnl. , tn! i'f v i!o...! - nr.. hereby notified and requested to attend be fore the probate Justice of La Salle cotiuly, Illinois, at his office in Ottawa in said county, on Monday the ihh day of Fe bruary next, for the purpose of bavins; the same adjuster , that being the day fixed upon by the subscribers, in pursuance of ihe statute, for tlie purpose of seltliiii: and adjusting all claims against said decedent. AHVGAIL HULL. Jm'.r. LEONARD L. HULLOCK, . Ihnr. Dee. "0. IS I.j. yrt -Ol TAX OS'' IIJI'.J. TO I II T. i- !( cl.y ttivru In ill- liixulilc inhali- X n:ii.t ' I li'i' unilci iiii'iiii.'Mi il "n i'Mii'is nl ,.( S..l!f (- i ii -1 1 v , lli.il 1 will nilniil m ihe 8i-riil . t -(- In ) i I 1 1 I i ll Inr ll.e Hir)inM' nl li1- ni'iii : lii.' I ixi ' dint 1 1 io Kuuu nnd Coumy Inr i in' c ir 1'. 1 S 1 :J . m.: In Uii.iw.i n.'i inci, nl my ollict' in llitnwntin i.muliv tin' :W.li day el Hi cciiilier. 1 S 13. lo Dmloil r.'. iiii-t, ill lilt" il I'llire ill Ua) Inn mi M.iiiihy the Ktd.iv nl' Jaiiieny. IS! I. In Sniiiti O.ltiiva i.r.'oinrl. at lint lnitc of SS v t vaniH Cionl;, on Salurdjy ihe 2nd nl' .Inmeiiy. in lir.ii.klirl.l prc.-iiK-'. ut the house nt Angus Mi-M illmi on VVi'dncsdiiv llin Ilrd day of Juniiarv. Ill (.'raflon prccinl.nt ihe liouse ol' I.nvcll Kini liall. on I'lid.iy llio 5.h diy of Janunry. In L'cic.i prci iu-t at the linusp of ."Ninon C.o siar on Monday lh" 8 h day of January. In H'pMrrn iircc'iict, nt the house of A. Moon in the town of I. a Salle on Tuesday the U.h, mnl I nttlie Niilional ilmi l (ihe election liouse nl sanl .ri'ei ) nn Ihe 10. h day of January. In Yerai'lion niecincl. nt Ihe hoe?e of N. M. I.r!N. on Thursday I do Uih. and nt the Imo.e of! Asi JloldriiliTO on the 12ill days of Jnoeary. I l.iNivtli Vermilion r.reiiM-l, tit the Imuse of I,. W. Diinmiok, on ihe l'lth day of January. In l.nrain rrecincl.nl ihe house of John Uay niond. on Ihe 15th, ond at the house of David Crawford on lh "' h day of Jnntiary. In Mission precinct, ot the house of I.. II. Rom!, on the I7ih. nnd nt the house of J. Ann si.nivi on the lSih of January. In llin Norweinti settlement, nt the house of Christen Olson, on the l'Jih day of January'. Troy drove precinct, nt Ihe house of C. II. ( iilni.il. on the L'2d; nt the house of Levi Kelsey. on ihe 23 I ; nt the house of Jusliu Dewey, on ihe 24;h of January. In Washington precinct, nt the house of Joel Ca tor, on the 25'h of January. In Indian Creek precinct, at tho liouse of John H 'tchellor on the 2(iili .liuninry. In l'alo precinct, nt tlie liouse of Siumicl Vm-kev, ou the 2!l h, nnd lit the house of Thomas Downey, on the 30lh dav of .lannarv. VI 1,1.1AM IlilDDICIC. C('.'Vir I.n Sulk Cmiiili. Those owiii'T Taxi s Inr IM2 or any prcM.ios vcar nre reouclcd to toake imnndi.ee pavmcnl. C aunV orders and Audiioi'H wirmnls at nil limes received. ..Ull. I. (AM liliDUH.'K. Otluivn, Dec. 1.", 1S:. A!tiiiiiiii-a!or's "otic1. ALL persons havim: claims against the estate of Jehu Gum, de ceased, are lieieby notified and requested to exhibit the same to the subscriber, ad ministrator of said estate, or to the Probate Justice of La Salle county within nine months from the dale hereof. N. M. UEF.DEU, Administrator, Doe. S3. 1813. 27 It. "nkv st ok si ix vi:ii v . BALDWIN & BKUWSTEll HAVK opened ot the Hlotie huildina in Peru, nn entire new stock of Iio.mIs, selected ex pressly for litis iniirkel, eotisistin of D li Y G O O 1) S , Hardware, Crnckety, lints, BooU and Shoes, Saddlery, Clothing, n ... ' c. (. UlUCllirs, ivc, ivl.. .MI of which are olh red Hi very low puces lor CWi or Vrwlnrr. We respectfully 'licit ihe .0- u-uion n purciiiiHer, in ca ,. r . .en,.,, slock Hnd price-i. We shill use n'tr hest ever-; lions to (jivo K.ilisfaelion to all wiio may piUri.ui.i! us. IVru, Dec. 11, IS 1,1. IM-If C;ist ti ou I'll ii ii, I. I'll' sile at the Moi.e Stoic, i'eru, I II, M.' V II rev These p1 I :lie ill I'll- t ii I -in r imp.. ..I , .1 t'.ll " II I... I' .I ...' ii i. n i' . . , , . i !'r-. ral.' I'U.i.n t I -o.. ' -1 ni, . :,. fern. !. 14. I- 'J0---H The subscri - f-r;. 1s! ';.,'. V ' '" is will pay cash hrporli ' .. jl.t- tcrcd or on fun. Ccsuman Gkiolv. Dec. 15, 1843. ' NEW STOHE AT NEWARK. rjJ'IG suVrr'her liux jusf received and ..(Ten U. f.r sale, chesp i'..r I.'hsIi t.r good Winter Wheat, the f.ill.iwiiig articles: Dry Goods, Gaps. ('rockery, Hardware, Nails, Glass, . Collins' Axes, Window Sash, Raisins, Candies, Sugar, Collc'C, Tom Sugar TInnso and N.O. Molasses. Medicines, Linseed Oil, Sp'ls. Turpentine, Hire, Dry Groceries, 13 rand v, Alcohol and Wine fir nicdioinul purpo ses, and many other articles. Just opened, 5 cases Hoots A: Shoes. w. k. mi i:i;av. Newark, Dec. ISM. 2fi-6 WINTER (foODS. ril'Ili sulfi -rilier have just received at their HL old s'and in Oltawa, direct from .New York and jtu.-t-m, liieir winter supply of DRY GOODS, Anion 3 which may nrc 15 pieces of black, blue black, blue, invi sible green Broadcloths, Las? uneies, iV lJcavcr-cloths, 50 pieces S.iitiucts, Kentucky Jeans, Sheeps-irray and Liuseys, 20 pieces Flannel, (-anion do. It) bales bro. Sheeting, Cotton Yarn, &p. The Ladies' wanti imtl wishes have heeu ntten d.'d to, nnd Ihey wiil lind l.y cillin", that our stock will e.iial il not excei d any in Iho country : It I'onsisls in part of 5n0 pieces of Foolish, I'ronch Si Ameri can print, rf all bhades and colots, from 0 cents up. :;;) piccs of French, I'nghsh Si German Merinos. 2!) pieces of plain and filmed Velvets, Ai!paccat Muslin Delaines. Ifi'ihan Is, Swiss, book, plain tt figured Jaekenti Muslins, Laces, (i loves. Shawls, Handkerchiefs, tugflh-r with the "ilioiisaml and one" of the little fixi'iis usually called fur. !!nt il'V'U "ill eal! inn I examine is nil we nk. us e are i- iniideiil that the .pi.ility and prices nl our Co nls cannot fail I.) ple: :ie tlie pinrli.iser. L. l S A! SGI', Co. Ottawa, Dec. 8, 1813. f1.SlI paid ftr Wheal, at the Fern Stoic. 11 a i inviv it 15k!:wsti;u. Dec. 1 1, 1813. 2 if UGAU for sale, bv the hogshead or barrel, at the Fern Store. Baldwin & i;iir.8Ti;i;. Dec. 11, ISC). 20 tf Ic:i5 for Cash or Winlcr Vlirat. ir"211F subscriber will sell on the most EL re.ional Ic teims, for cash or good winter wheat. Broad Cloths, Cassimcres, SaHiiiiUs, French Mcritwrs. French Unmxtzines. c. At., as, also, any other article in his line of business. Cull and sec and oamine fn ionrsclcrs. 6 JOHN SIIULKR. Ottawa. Augusts."), 1813. 1 0 if. ioru: boju: "rANTKD Any quaniity of Fork. V v I t which tho highest m.okct price will be paid in cash and goods. L. F. SANGFIi t CO. Ottawa, Dec. 8, IS 13. ET1 IG1IT half barn Is Markrel, a supc JjJ lior article, for sale bv Nov. 10. W A LK i: 11 .till CK LI N G . tall ami St ! tie. riMIF notes and accounts of Mr. Fair child being left with us for collection, those interested will please call and schle and save rosts. WALKCIi it HICKLNG. Dec. 15. 18 fC. 1,- Ili ri: LFAD and Linseed Oil for sale by CFSHMAN it GRID LEY. 2!), 1813. i:.-tf Scpt. Window MalJ. 3000 Pali? bv Lights Window Sash for CFSHMAN it GIIIDLEY Sept. 20, 1813. LVif SALT, line and coarse, 1 CO jusl received ami for sale bv barrels, CFSHMAN it GKIDLEY. Nov. 3. 1813. DO. Washhtun's S u i r t.. ... Shovels and Sept. 20-if (JrsiiMAN it finiDLi:v. lEirSfOlTfT AT LOWE LL, ."tTH would inform ihnse inleie t. d, that fir w il the acfniieoiidiiliini nl I In t.nlilie in i.pne. ral and oiitselves in tuiriicular, nr line u stuck of imds t this pi ice, einln acinic Heueriil tissort metit of DRY GOODS, fi . Hardware, Cmckcru, lint a & '' i iiji-i, liinn.i i.y .) l., i)l.., Which will ho sold extremely low. for (huh. Pork, Wheat, Flour, Lard, Tallow, Hides. I!ees-vvax, HiltlfT, Fgg, or almost ! anvihing the fanner raises. L. P. SANG F.R Si CO. . H. Hi:t. L M. Di ' T N l'i;i) Aoviiuiniitvof Poi'k. ',' f I r which th"' liirlirst iriirki-l i , ill In. paid iii cash and gumls, de .ei... I In re "r at Ollawa. L. P. S NGFR ,t CO, I. I'.i ell. Dee. ft, 1H I.J. - - I Csislj f:itS lor l'oih. l TI FRSIIO.M UL'RR will nay cash for J prk. from this time until the ip( inimr of navigation. I Ottawa, Dec. H, 1813. . C 9 fa 'XI 3 o - 5 ; ' x - x c v s c 2 :- P 1, 1 v. - aw L r E j. . 'Z - C '-3 "J ci ZX 2 - v. " i - - - v. ?' - - - . 'J . t . . n '- . ' n "-z u a ;j . i " '' - - 5j . t ' 5 O v. T r c - '- a el 3 tf I.ATKST AKKIVAL! 7T P. SANGFIi Sc Co. are now re. HJ, ci'i inr; from New York anil St. Louis, at the lliiek store, Fo r c i ; n a n d J) o m cs I i c DRY (HOODS, Hardware, I'rorJiovy, Uoois nml Shoe-, (ai'oci'rijx, ;Lis, Ac, Xf. Which will be snhl for Cash, Fork. Flour, Wheat. Lard. Tallow, Hides, and liees wax.at prices that cannot fail to please tlTe most fastidious. Ottawa. Nov. 17. 1813. Ni:W AND CHKAl GUODS! Rest Bargains in the County! Vir.!,Kr.Ii t IIK'KI.INfi are now receivii'R i and openin;,' lit toe CHI'.AI' I'AII Sl'liiii; i ti ( l l:i it . ilir.M from .New mk nml Uosinn. their I'dUand Winter supply nf merchan dize, wliicll tfprc !: lirti-tl Jur tin's mnrht. ! 1'lie siit'iilv eiiiln arcs n eeneral iisfoitnielit ol ei:v ;oos A large lot of new style calicoes, from 10 cts. per yard upwards ; brown mus lins; ticks and checks ; painted muslins, brown ami bleached drillings and muslins, very cheap; sattincls ; jeans ami cotton yarn ; shawls ami handkerchiefs, a supe rior assortment; together with a general variety of articles for the especial accom modation and convenience of the ladies, who are earnestly invited to call ami ex amine our Block before puivhasingtke where. Ar.so, a large and complete as sortment of FOOTS & SHOES, Queensicare,tojtcthrr with a fall snpp!; of GROCKFIFS, UinbraeinM a choice lot of brown and loaf Sugar, Coifce, Tea, tc, tc. A i.so, Ramus & .iK'.ou aivr.s. Oils, Faints anil Dye Slnjj'u Window Glass, Xails, eye, At. And a general variety of articles usually kept in Dry Goods and Drug it Medicine establishments. iiZr'icnn ndier we charge nothing for showing on r gooils, and that we hure aways soil as cheap as the cheapest! Ottawa. Sepi. .). 1813. lf i;cKT7,lnJ2oa. M'.ATBJiJSC, c. s. ii. roi.l.lNs a,- (.'(). No. 110, Lake Street, Chicago. Il.WK jllst reeeiwd llleir fill n winter slock, cnusislini; n IIOO in-es of mens, liny'4 mid yniilhs tliul. kip and c.ill I .... t s , k!hh s .nn! hii'iMns, (luiirii-i; pumps nnd slip pers, uoiaeus call, kip nnd morocci. hoots and shoes, sewed and pettjed ladies mill mis i- line wall.ini; sIi.m s, slippers, hiil,ilis, lies, uaiters. half ; : i i 1 1 l s , e.iniln ...in shoes, cloldr. n shoes of nil kinds. Mso. sole mid wax npperleather, call and kip skin-i, and a uener.i! asnrluienl nl shoe stocks, laas, lindiii.'s, ,Ve Arc. We are making uiens ihai'ile s .led I'oiek and kip hunts mid lit. nuns ol the In st ipi.dilv. All of which will he sold very low for ca-.li, hy Ihe case, doen, or at retnil. Fir mer., nnd country merchant w ill do well lo call and eMenine hef .re purchasing cl.-.ewliere. (let. (i. ISKl. Hi- An !,uniic S:il' of !: I IM.ilc. f3 JL'RSU A NT to an order of the circuit St c 1 1 1 1 r I of La Salle county, the sub scriiier, ailmiitisir.Hor of the eslate of Era Ackley, deceased, will sellx-Ht publw due, ou the premises hereinafter det-erihed. ou ihe full day of January 1ft i I, at I Z o' clock M. t.f that day, the following tract of land, to wit: Oommonoin:; al the north cast euriicr of a lot of sixteen acres t f land I hcrelobro surveyed and subdivided into two acre lots by Lancelot Rood, county surveyor of Lu Salle county, May, IS II. a 1 1 1 ruiiuinir thence south (ii ' east fu r chains and twenty-four links : from whence arid oak 1H inches in tlia inelt.r, bears north cast six links; thenee south lJf'e.tst twenty-six chains fie links, whence a bur oak '-11 inches in diamelcr bears south 20' west 3 linka ; tlienct! norih CiV 3(1', west four chains ami thirty-nine links, to tho south-east corner of said sixteen acre lot; thence north 1' .V, west twenty-live chains and seventy two link" l the place of hcoint-inir, (nI1. taiiiiuo ten acres, and subdivided into live lots of two nen s each. To bn sold in tracts of two acres each to the hi"hcsl bid tier iVr rl adv motiev. Li:lAN ACKLHY, Adm'r. Nov. 17, IHI3. 22--r.t A Si;PI'.RIOR lot of Window Glais, J.i just received nnd for sale bv Nov. 10, W A LK K !t CHICKLING. a u .MORE jVEIV GOODS W M. TRUE Si a OS 4 UK just opening a splendid nssort inent of STAPHS L FANt'Y GOODS, adapted to the fall and winter trade, which they are determined to sell as low as ihe ten lowest profit or no profit consisting in part of i::y Room Hoth Foreifrn and Doir.csti", for Ladies' atid Gi ir.lemen's wear and for family use; selected expressly to foil the wants of this community, and bought uncommon ly low. BOUT.H&IIGi:s A gretil supply of ladies t-lippers, walking shoes, boots, gt'iiili'inatis hoot1', allocs, brogan. pumps, slippers, rhildrens boots and fhoes, of all kinds and fixes. A complete at sortment of sttch articles as aie usu.dlv called for, including Table I and Foekct cutlery, mils, locks, hults and scews, A c, Arc. A very large assortment of fine and common ware, including tea sells of va rious prices, (hited and plain glass tum blers, ewers and basins, dishes, Sic, &c. i.d mix;. Coats, pants, vests, overcoats, shirts, drawers besides hats, caps, gloves, socks, hdkfs, slocks, suspenders, etc, itc. ;i;4 rsiis:. Stig:ir, molasses, coilee, tobacco, tea of various kinds, rope, pails, glass, rice dye sttill's, spices, Sic. Besides, cap and letter paper, ink, quills, steel pens, wall paper, and a "thousand and one" other articles such as are usually called for, nil of which we Halter ourselves, will le found as cheap as at any oilier store try lis before you buy. Wheat, Oats, Hides, Tallow, Flaxseed, nutter and F.ggs taken in trade. Oct. (?, 1813. FALL & WINTER GOODS. suhscri'oer is now opcnitig from New Yotk. a eenerul ns-iorltiiciit ol'STAl'LK DltV (JDODS. Black, Blue, Brown and Mixed i;uoai cloths, Shccpi Gray Domestic Cloth, Black and Mixed Sattincls, Rearer Cloth, Red and Il'ftite Flannels, Domestics and Bleached Cottons, Cotton and Woollen Yum, And n variety of other goods, such aa arc utiUully kept in country stores. ;itorr.i:Bt. 7as, Coffee, Sugar, Molasses, Plug, Smolinz end Fine-cut TolaeCO. Spices of all kinds. SlH'lf Hardware-. .1 large assortment if Boston Nails, .'Lees, A'C, A'f. A I.SO, a l.irtte asiiorliiient of 71iick and Fine Boots, Dj. for Boys, superior, Thick and Kip Brogans, Ladies Sliii and Walking Shoes. The Mihscrihcr will receive in exchange for the ahoie, heal, Oats, Tullow, Decs-wax, Dry nnd lireeti Hides, Deer iSliins, I'urs, mid nil kinds ol contilrv prliice. Ii. 1 Kl, llu mn. Oct. 27. IS in. I'J It" 7 II litis. N. O Sii!;ar, 2 Ills. Loaf S:io ir, 2 " Crushed do., 20 Sacks Rio and Huvanna Coffef, l(i ("bests Y. II. and Imp. Teas, 10 Foxes Raisins, SO Kegs Nails, For sale at prices to suit the times, for cash or ready pay. .Nov. 17. L. P. SANGFR & (!. J! tools, KIiocs, :iml I.iMilii r, 4 (jy (v'ases Coarso ami Fine Hoots, M '. y sml Shoes, ol) Sides Sole Leather. 17 Doz. Huckskin Mills, At naluced Prices at the Hiick Store, Nov. 17. L. P. SANG F.R Si Co. mV ST0IM-: AT DAYTON. rBHIi subscribers wouhl make known a lo their liiemls and the community ot'iicrally , and especially those visiting the mills, that they have ojieutMl a Store at Dayton, in the comer room (formerly the bar-room) of the brick tavern, where they '' ! intend keeping as good an assortment of roods as can be found in any country store. We solicit ihe patronage of the public, and pledire ourst Ives lo sell as cheep as we do in Ottawa. Persons visiting; the mills will consequently be av'd the ne cessity of going to Ottawa for what arti cles they may want. We want to purchase IO.OOO Baiclsof WSIIMT, Delict red at Dai.tcn or Ottawa, for which wo will pay the highest market price. Also, hides, tallow, bees-wax, llax-sccd, butter, Slc. Sir. WM. TRUK it SON. Davlon. Nov. 2J, 1813. V?; Oollurs BCcwnrd r II. I. he nivcii for the upprelicnsion of Jmnes Old 1 ii ld, who escKi ed IrniiUlte cnstn,l nf the juil.ir ii t Yorkvillo, Keudull count v. Illiiinis, on lh ni;htnf the loth insk Ho had on when he lift, a dark drown li.'.iver-clolh frock rout ; jeans punts nnd vest ; drah hat. not inui li worn ; and nl'.ocs on his feet, lie hu n cr, I think, near his riulit cheek hone, ll.t is shout 3 feet R inclu i high. Muck hair, Idiin eyes, mid light coin plei,.n. Whoever will return ai.l ison, or B'vo itiforiti ition where he cailhe lud, will irccio ihe iiImivc rewnrd. J. WW S. rORNZLI., rT erijr YtrktilKNs. I. Wi. T. D. Brcwscvr, &Z&?tkMrc!iantt Peru. La Jal county, Illinois. i'citr, March 1, 181?. Jotui lIoQijian, onrarding ty CommUtta. V I aiERCUANT, Peru. I. a Sa!!c county, IilV May 12, 18-13. 4J-t ISAAC!). HATX.lIO.-V. ronvarding and Commission Mercian! I trx, ILLINOIS. I.ihcral adv.nicn mdo upntl Produce in florr. r,iM.'i paul : any iuaiiti'y of Whcul. Corn, U.its unit l ork. Peru. DtiT'iihcr, 1613. FALL AM) WLNTJ-R (iOODS, for Cash or Produce. r'JVIK nilMcrihcra ure imiv receiving dirwl fiora d Illiu: t iri i l' ir K lit nml inu I .iai... . mem of r.M.I. ond U LM KIi - , . . nun ii ai ii u:au HXkUl l DiiY GOODS, Anions vrhich arc tho f.l'.minn : Black, blue, ,'recn, and brown Hnd Clolhs and Casimcr3 ; fattiuettj, Ken -lucky Jeans, Hard Times, Pilot, Buffa lo, and Heaver Cloths ; 200 piecei French, English, and American Prints, .. Mouscline de Laities, Hombazinc, Ali pines and Alpaecas, black, bluc-blnck, nnd Alpacea silks; French find Eng- - lish Merinos, Cambrics, mull and Swin Muslins, Hobbinclt, Rail Road, wash, . blond, and wire Lace, lace Edgings nml Inseriinjs, blond (iuillingn, Hook Mue-... lins, Hishcp's Lawn. Linen Cambria Handkerchiefs, Haiulanna and Pongee silk Handkerchiefs, 14ib Hoy ShawU, merino, Alpacea, and black silk CravaU, gnrn Harage, Ladies' white and black cotton Hose, Moi avian it woisted Hoc, silk and Taby Velvets, plain and figur ed satin Ycstings, Valencia ditto. Coat Tiimmins, blue and brown DrillingJ, white and black Waddings, Cotton I5at tins, (Janton Flannels, red, preen, and yellow woollen ditto, Linscy Voolsey, Tickings, Hinlaps, Hickories, Hleachid ('ottona, 11 bales brown ilieeliuj and ehirtings, itc, ic, A.C. UA11D WAIIE: Table Hinges, strap Hinges Brick find Plastering Trowels, sheep shears, linspc, Mill Files, Hand saw Files, Holts, rhtst, cupboard, till, trunk, nnd pad Locks, Gim blets. Awls, Hlacking, Percussion Cnp, snuir P-oxes, Ink stands, elates ; slice, Horse, and Whitewash Hrushcs ; Trace Chains, Idttts nnd screws, Augers, Draw shaves, malleable Si Noi folk Door Trim mings, Tacks, Shoe Nails, Hrads, Sieves, G!as Pajicr, Cutry Combs, Hriianniu Tea Pots, Coffee Mills, Cattle and Wool Cards, Paint Hrushcs, Manure Forks, Hooks and Hinges, Sad Irons, Homer's, Wilson's, nnd Collins' Axes ; Knives and l orks, .spoons, i oeuet Knives, Uroail Axes, Oil Stones, Hritannia Lamps, Tea Trays, 50 Kegs Swedes Iron Nails, &e ALSO, a larje assiiitiniut nf Hoots and Shoes, Crockery and Groceries, Which wo offer for sale as low as audi article can he ptirchnsed in tlie eastern or wigum coua try, f.r cusli nf produce. ("I'.-MMAX ft Cr.IDLET. Ottuwn, cpt. 21, li-13. iNi:v stoki:. JSi G. ARMOUR are now opening a one door west of Messrs. Trues' store, a large ami general stock of Mer chandize, ui.ieh llit.y intend to sell nt the lowest prices for cash and all kinds r,f country prodie'e. Their stock unbraces a complete si sortment of DStV ()(), Amongst which are I'.r.iad Cloths, Ci.s-ioicrcs, Srilliiii It-, Mnl. skins, cli teens, Vi-tCiin;, ri.iiuicls, Miripcd Slieelinga, Apron (.'hecks, Mcrimar rrlnls. i 4 and 4 4 bh eched and ihnwu !hirliiigs ami Sieel1ng, itiutkx. Urown Drillings l.insi , ItnutinR, (Jottnii ami Wool!tj VHrn losli mid limwii Li nan I Hailing, Ac , & lhilish, I'ltll IJiver, mi ll Al.so, a large assortment of Ituo.'s and Shoes, Crockery Hard Ware, Carpenters' Tools, nnd Groceries. Our old friends and the community nerally arc respectfully requested to girt us a call am! cxamitie for themselves. Ottawa. S.pt. 21), 1813. Sn;:r, 'offrc and ."Tlotnsos." 2fi Hagshcads New Orleans sugar, SO Sacks Rio and Ilavannah CcfTeo." 1! Parrels Molasses, just received snA fir sale, wholesale and retail, vetv low, by WALKF.U A.UICKUNO April 2?, IB 13. TITIIISKI'.Y,-01 Rectified Vl.iV V V key, 2) barrels just received ami -for sale hy WALKER & HICKL1NGY Nov. 3, IS 13. V:uif'!. . "jrOIiK. Wheat, Flour, Ileitis, Flax. Jt. seeil, Hides nnd Oats. CFSHMAN Si GRID LEY. Ottawa, Sept. 29, 1813 15-tf RANDY. -Just received a superior , .83 lot of brandv, nnd for sale hv WALKER & IIICKI.IN'C. Nov. 3, 1843. . "CT EATHER. A pencral assortment jJJ of Leather, for sale cheap by ' Not. 10. y ALKF R k HICK UNO.