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Commercial. Chicago Democrat Office, August 20. 5 Rising 50,000 tusdiel of wheat were old last Week, at an average price of 6U els. Thia week, only 60 cu. are ottered fur the very best samples, anJ the average in 58 cts. There never waa tuch a diiTercnce in wheat as in that raised this year. Vet it all, with the old wheat, goes, tor the most part, into one pen. It is to be regretted that the custom of mixing wheat cannot lie broken up. Farmers generally demand and get specie for wheat they il not trade nut in our city ; and in two third of thecasuA, they trado a'.l out bctore leaving. Oats are in considerable demand, and but few line been brought in, thus fur. The average price is 23 cts. rniccs itcrcLi! LARGE Mottles fl 50, small bottles ft- Dr. Taylur B iLtiiu if Liverwort, for the cure of Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Liver Complaint, bron chitis and Con-sumption. Read ttie following (IT'Tcstiinony just received from Dr. UowUnd, in favor of Dr. Taj lor' a JJaUom of Liverwort, o75 Oowery, as a cure for Consumption, Liver Com plaint, Palpitation of the heart, Bronchitis and Asthma. We t Point, .19,'A, 1SU. Dear Sir -II is with the greatest possible de gree of heart felt gratitude, and pleasing emotions nf the soul, that attempt to cast in my mite in favor of Dr. Tuylnr'i BuLvim if Liverwort. Ap preciating as I do, the virtues of that excellent medicine, and sympathising with, and feeling at the very soul for those w ho may be afflicted as I was, I cannot, and do justice to my own feelings, withhold my influence from urging suffering hu manity, to make ul least a trial of Dr. Taylor's liilsom of Liverwort. It is impossible for mo to describe to you what I have sull' ied for the past 15 years. When about 18 years of age. I was prized with a Paralysis of the left leg, which con lined me to my bud for a number of mouths, but by the untiring perseverance of my physician I was partially restored to health. My liver and digestive apparatus, and nervous system in toto, suffered from the attack most se verely, and 1 huvii ever been subject to the most violent attacks and imlaoiinulion of the Liver, suf fering in the in isi excruciating manner on taking cold ; was never free from pain in my rilit side, accompanied by all that host of nervous affections which render lifo a burden to all who uri: objects of its prey. In this way 1 suffered until the uu tuinn of 1812, when I was seized with the bilious remitting lever. My life was ib'-pidred of for some weeks, but by the unyielding perseverance of my physicians, I was again partially restored to health, lint my lungs during my illness, did not escape with impunity. I was threatened with a .1:1 ! . iiucKcuing oi me mucous nieiiiliriiiio nt Hie llrou chiu Itubes; my cough was extremely severe; great tightness across the chest; shortness of breath, and violent palpitation ami soreness in the intercostal muscles, ami constipation, sometimes, however, diarrhaea. The matter expectorated as. sutned the aspect of genuine pus, and was occa sionally strcakc I with blood; with nothing but impending death, 1 of course expected very soon to stand at the bar of Cod. In this condition I was when advised by a friend to try Dr. Taylor's Dalsinn of Liverwort, (from 375 Uowery, N. Y.) I did so, and before one bottle was gone ( was entirely restured, but being too ambitious I expo sed myself, and was again taken alarmingly ill. I lost my recollection so far that I could not re member my transactions from day to day, and scarcely the names of ray children. All the sy mp. turns of consumption returned with almost re doubled fury ; I then went to Saratoga Springs where I spent the summer, but without the least advantage; when I returned I was so troubled with palpitation that it many times threatened im- mediate autlocation. 1 again had recourse to Dr. Taylor's Ualsoin of Liverwort, (from 375 Uowery) and by its continued use, I am now almost entirely restored to health. I have occasionally made use oi it in my practice, mid that with marked advan tagc. I declare myself to be an enemy to al quacks and cure-all medicines, but so fullv con vinced am I of the virtues of ygur medicine, it is my candid belief that if tho Faculty would make use of it in connection with the remedies already in their hands, less by far would be tho victims of tnatdreadlul disease denominated consumption. .... . .... ii, itr, wnat i nave written will be of any ml vantage to you, or to suffering humanity, you aio perioci nucriy to use ii. Yours, with much esteem, Signed A. 11. HOW LAND, M. D uewareof counterfeits! The genuine is for ale by (J. L. THOMPSON, Ottawa. August 23, 1811. 10y Administrator's Notice. A LL persons having claims against the estate of Mary G. Hayes deceased, are notified and requested to attend be fore the probate justice of La Salle coun ty, -Illinois, at his office in Ottawa, in said county, on Saturday the 5th day of October, A. D. 18-14, for the purpose of Having the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the administrator, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against .said decedent. G. II. HAYES, Aug. 23, 1811. lO-Gt. Mm'r. Ploughs. PLOUGHS just received on t-IV-F consignment, a superior article for turning in stubble. Those wishing to purchaso are invited to call and exam ine for themselves. Tho subscriber re commends them inferior to none in the stale. If they do not prove satisfactory they can be returned and tho money will be refunded. Ottawa, Aug. 23, 1814 G. BUttll. Administrator's Notice. A LL persons having claims against the estate of Clark Hollenback deceased, are notified and requested to attend before the probate justice of Kendall county, Il linois, at his office in Yorkville, in said county, on Saturday the 1 1th day of Sep tember, A. I). 1811, for tho purpose of Iiaving the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the administrator, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpt.se of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. G. B. HOLLENBACK, ,7,m'r. August 11, 1811. 0-flt. Iroii.SIcl uils. 1 f TONS assorted Juniata, EngMi, X P Swedes, and Russian Iron. English and American Blister, Cast, Get mm. and Spring Steel. Ar.s.i 10 Kegs assortei Nails, of the lies'. .uinlily, for sale at th? lowest prices fur cash, by J. MANLEV, JL CO. Ottawa, Aug. 15, 1814. MOItEXEW GOODS. THE subscriber has just received from Philajelphia, a splendid as sortment of DR0AI) CLOTHS, Casimeres, Sattineits, Silk Velvet, plain and figured Satins, Valencias, Marseil les and swan down Yesiings, Velvet een, Shirting and Sheetings. Also, a splendid assortment of Hand kerchiefs. Cravats, Slocks, Shirts, Shirt Collars, French and English Merinoes, Canton Si woollen Flannels, Suspenders, Gentlemen's kid, silk, and rhene cotton Gloves, Umbrellas, and asplendid assort ment of trimmings of all kinds; just re ceived and lor sale low, for cash or good winter Wheat. LEATHER. A variety of Calf, Kip, and coarse upper leather of the best quality. The subscriber feels thankful for pat favors and now llalters himsidf tlim l... can sell as cheap, as any other establish ment in town. JOHN SHU LEU. Ottawa, August 15. 1811. ;tii:i:.vs hi i l ls. rjpHE subscriber tvnu'd most respect fully inform his old friends and cus tomers, that he has taken his mills a-ain and hopes, from the repairs which he has made together with strict and aceomrnada ting millers, to receive a liberal share of public patronage. The business will be conducted under the superintendence of his sou, 1). Green, who, from long experience in the above business, hopes to rentier general satis faction. JOHN GUEEX. Dayton, August 9, 1811. IVV JL I.' I " .1 l'KKL', ILLINOIS. 'I'll I:, suli.-'cn ers. having recently opened the noose nerituinre Known as the I'eru Hotel noo, i,v u strict nttfiiti n to business, to merit dure of public p.itruii.ige. Tho house d m (.--1 1 refitted, the furniture iiiiii' it ...!.' 1 I . II , i. . i.iuii- iiiiii iiar ih u 1 1 limes Hmll we SU: plied with the best, and no f, litis snared In nuik those comfortable who may favor the with u cull. A comiii'iilinu turn has been erected on the premies, und uu uttenlive otler iilvviivs in niton ''"" v. W. &J. DKESsEK 1'cru. August !l, 1841. PllKSI IlKM-UL (J l-11 TlCKKT CuMI'I.F.TK ! ! 1 here is no question now before the Amiricmi people that so deeply concerns their welfare s the coming presidential election; then fore, we cull upon every one to reud and ponder well upon what we have to say. We advocate neither the claims of Clay, Vulk, Birneii nor Smith, (now .ii...iM...t . .i : . , "im "o" c buiuiiiiv ueiieve is lar more worthy than either of the abovo gentlemen, for this reason : Oir candidate has done more limn they nil for the real benefit of the great mass of me people. For a long time we have been perfectly sutis. tied that " the people, if left to the decision of tlieir own unbiased jiidgin-nt, would tiiianiiiuius' lu proclaim in favor of our candidate for nrrsi. dent, but the claims for the office of vice prenident nave neen so numerous mat we have at tunes been undecided wlioot them all would suit " the pen. pie" best : note, however, those doubts are disni-l. led, and with great satisfaction and sure hopes of success, we piuce nciore tne American iiennle. but : .ii.. .i . - . , .... 1 . specially me citizens oi northern llliwus, an en lire ticket. We are aware that the leaders of Hi. opponiliou will tremble alien we httve Ihmg ,Ur banner to the breeze, and inscribed upon its ample folds (he names of our worthy candidates. In ooiii diameters tiicy stand thus: For picsident "JEW VAVW" for vico president: "E CHASE ir CO." With our ticket complete, our party united, and our cause just, we have no fears as to the result. Our principles are pure, being Buiiinieu up in mis : i)ipimiiiuniu Human snjcrinir. We have neither time nor space at present to go lino an encmieii expose oi uie merits or our can didates, but will merely say that " Jew David" with his "HEBREW I'LASTEli," cures nil cases of local or anil til miin. aneh u h'hr,,. .-.... . .. l.liHIU) lljffl. lume ur iceuk Buck, oamtt puin in the side mid snmiMcr, uppremve pain in the Omul, swellinjiii, tumnrt, bruin , Ac. It u aL-u dttiti on ci.rns. So sure are we of tho great medecinnl virtues of this lleorew fluster,' m all cases for which it is recommended, that we are willing to warrant it. Our agents are permitted to sell it uiiu im cnn,;'. mm inai in every insianco where used according iu uirt-i:iiiiiiN, aim nn iicuciii uerived Iroin its use the fact brim; certified to "'". the money shall be' reiunncu. in an rases oi no euro the certificate must be given, and tho empty box with wrapper, uiuiti uu ii-iuiiieu lo iiie ttgeiir. uur candidate tur vice urendent. with ili "Tersian Pills," is daily achieving the most won derful cures in cases of chill ftver. f. r.,.i:.... i i . f .."..'. K'l'rriii lUTiiinfeiiirni UJ the !""'. ixu., tuiu win evpr neioro Known. As a ami hi """""" oineve uie "reman I'liin n mi. npialled. Their operation is thorough and at the same nine mim anil easy tiiiou t he vt..m ti, "I'crsian Pills" are for shIc on the tame e mditiims us iiih -riciirew i inner. Price of plaster 50 cents per box. containing suflicient to spread 0 or 8 plasters. Price of pills 25 cents per box, conlainiiu 3.'i pills. ' D. IIAIH'Dtt ct CO. Sold by O. f.. Thompson, Ottawa, (J H Woodmir. Juliei. " DuclS t. Smith, Peru. " Noah Wiswall, Princeton. " J Stevens ti Sun, Indiaiitown, " Th'imao Oallaher, Henry. " A Peltier, Dresden. July 19, 1841 By Strayed or Stolen IllOM the subscriber residing al Uti ca, La Salle county, Ills., about the middle of July lust, a bright bay horse, 7 or 8 years old, black main and tail, and with black hoofs. Also, a sorrel marc, 3 years old, with a white spot on one of her fore legs. Any information respect ing the above animals will be thunkfully received and dulv rewarded by THOMAS GOLDEN. Utica, Aug. 10, 1 1 1. o-iiw. Act mi nit Tutor's Xoli-p. I Hit: uudcr.oigtit'd, administrator nf the estate of Smith C. llobinson late of J.a Salle county, deceased., will attend before the honorable court of probate nf said county, on the 23d .Monday of Sep tember next, for the purpose of settling ami adjusting all claims against the estate of said deceased. All persons having 'hints against said cMate are hereby tnlt l:cd ;:n,l ropicstcd to present them at that time fir adjiictmcnt according to law. WILLIAM U. W ALKEU, Mm'r. Atigusi V; 1811 8-Ct. THE OTTAWA Iron Store. 15 TONS of assorted IRON and STEEL, just received at the Iron Store, and for sale at reduced prices for cash. Also, 5 bales of Cotton Yarn, a superior quality- 30 kegs of Juniata Nails. 1 doz. Collins Axes, Lath Hatchets, Hand Saws, Door Locks, augers, Urace Hits, Compass Saws, Units and screws, log chains, trace chains, buggy springs, sad irons, frying pans, etc, fcc. Also. Ihireau and cupbord trimmings, glass and mahogany knobs, brass knobs, chest locks, knives and forks, shears, window springs, window glass; brass candle sticks and snuffers, mill files, horse rasps, wood files, iron squares, block tin and wooden faucets, door latches and bolts. Boots and shoes, shoe brushes, and blacking, &c. DKY GOODS. Brown and bleached sheetings, calicoes, ginghams, drillings, linens, Sic. SCHOOL HOOKS. Webster's and Sander's spelling books; 1st, 2d, and 3d, Eclectic Hreaders ; letter paper, loojscap, ruled and unruled. Also, wheels ami patent wheel heads. OKO( r.itir.s, Ac. Sugar, coffee, tea, salaratus, pepper, spice, molasses, ground alum salt, in sacks and salt in barrels, Sic. Ac. D. NEWTON. Ottawa, July 19, 18U. One Ton of Ilullow-U ai t. UCH as sugar kettles, pots, dish ket tles, bake kettles, spiders, tea ket tles, skiilets, just received and for sale at the Iron Stoie. 1). Newtox. Ottawa, July 11), 1811. NEW' M'ltlNtj CiOODS, .It the Stone .Store, Peru IIIE subscribers are now receiving from the eastern cities their siirinij supply .if l'oimIs which they nre oll'ering to the public on terms un usually favorable. The attention of the fanners is particularly invited to their stock, among which is to be. found almost every article of Staple ami Fancy Dry Goods, adapted to their necessities and tastes. Also, Groceries, a general assortment, unusually low. Also, Hardware, Crockery, and a full assort ment of SUMMER CLOTHING, Hoots, Shoes, fyc. The subscribers will only say that it is ihcir in tention to sustain tho reputation which they trust they havo already acquired, of selling goods at hnuprieen. Almost all kinds of produce will be purchased at the highest market prices, with cash or goods. IIA1.DWIN &, MEWSTEK. Peru, April 26, 1841. Administrator's Notice. ALL persons having claims against the estate of John T Walter, de ceased, are notified and requested to at tend before the probate justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at his office in Ottawa, in said county, on the 2Cth day of August, A. D. 1814, for the purpose of having the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the administrator, in pursuance of llie statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. WM. RICHARDSON, Mm'r. July 12, 1811. 4. Ad niiiiist ia tor's Notice. ALL persons having claims against the estate of John Woods, deceas ed, are notified and requested to attend before the probate justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at Ins office in Ottawa, in said county, on Monday the Dili day of September, A. D. 1814, for the pur pose of Iiaving the same adjusted ; that being tho day fixed upon by the under signed, in persuance of ihe statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. N. M. REEDER. Mm'r. CHARITY WOODS, Min'x. July 25, 1841. G-Ot. lloiiuets! Hoimcl!! A large assortment of fashionable bon nets is now opening at ihn Stone Store. The attention of the ladies is earn estly solicited. Every variety of plain and open work. Tuscan, Florence, Leg- lorn, and Cvpfus Bonnets of the latest tyle are offered for selection. BALDWIN & BREWSTER. Peru, April (!, 11 1. Oats Wauled. QUANTITY of Oais wanted, for which the highest market price in A cash will be paid by JAMES O'CONNER. Ottawa, July 5. 181 1. Pork. rj ? BLS. pickled pork, in good or tier, for sale by, (J. BURR. Ottawa, August 1, 18 M. Sndn Water. I'll 13 cooling beverage ran be hud at the Drug (Store (ifli. I,. Thompson during the summer. What will you tnfco! Strawberry. Sursoiuirilla. dinger, or I.einon ! Ottawa. Mny 31, 1811. 50.-1 f. (T( I'OXES Tobacco, various quali sJ ties, just received and fur sale I'v J. t (I. ARMOUR Ottawa. June 20, 1811. IVIiiiKcy. BI1LS. best r culied Whiskey on hand, and for sale by 50 , WALKER Si HICKLING. Ottawa, June 20, 1811. 1-tf, FREE TRADER. New Summer ami Fall Good. fXlHE subscribers have just received JL from the East, and offer for sale at very low prices, for cash or produce, a seasonable assortment of Dry Goods, &c, comprising, in part, as follows: 12 bales 3-4 and 4-4 brown Domestics. 3 do cotton yarns, No 5 to 13 long and short reel. 2 do do Baits. 1 do blue Drilling. 200 pieces printed Calicoes. 23 do Summer Stuff, viz., Demins," York Mixtures, Summer Cassimeres, Cottonatles, Gatnbroons, Hamilton Tweeds. 10 pieces Hro: Drills, 12 do Ued Tickings. 20 do bleached Shirtings and sheet ings. do Broad Cloths, Sattineits and Jeans. do Buffalo Cloths and Molcsk ins. 10 Dundee Bagging, Osnaburgh, Scoth and American Ginghams, Shirting Stripes, Apron ('hecks, brown Linen, Irish Linens, black anil colored Cambricks, Jaconett, Swiss, Hood, mull and barr'd Muslins, Bishop Lawn. Bonnet Silks, silk dress Handkerchiefs and Cravats, pongee, flagg, Madras and cotton Hag Handkerchiefs, silk and cotton velvets, table and towel Diapers, Hosiery, la dies and gems kid, silk, and cotton Gloves, silk Mitts, sewing Silks, Twist, tailor's Trimmings, fce. &c. .Hit), 20 cases Boots, Shoes, and Bro gans, containing men's thick and line Boots, Brogans, and Pumps; ladies' Bootees, Shoes, Slips, Buskins, and Ties, Boys', Misses', and Children's Shoes. .'llso, A good assortment of Nails, Shelf Hardware, Crockery Ware, Stone Ware; School Books, Stationary, Ink and Quills, Drugs, Medicines, and Dye Mulls. Our stock of Groceries ant Liquors is as full and complete as that of any other in La Salle county. Our old friends and the public generally arc re spectfully invited to give us a call ami iry our prices. WALKER HICKLING. Ottawa, July 25, 1844. New Flour. 10 BLS. (lour from new wheat, Staddcns brand, for sale by Ottawa, Aug. 1, 1844. G. BIIh'R. Administrators Notice. ALL persons having claims against the estate of Jehu Gum, deceased, are notified and requested to attend before the probate justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at Ins office in Ottawa, in said county, on Monday the Dili day of Sen- tember, A. 1). 1844, for tho purpose of having the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the administrator, in pnrsuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. N. M. REEDER. Adm'r. July 25. 1844. 0--Ct. Laborers M anted. Lr or 20 men wanted to cut Grass, J for which a liberal price will be given, enquire of G. BURR. Ottawa, July 25, 1811. 0-2. F.ecutoi"s Notice. N pursuance of an order of ihe circuit court of the county of Bureau, statu of Illinois, mado at the last term therof. I will sell at public auction, at the door of the court house iu Princeton, in said county, on Tuesday ihe 1st day of Oc tober, A. D., 1814, between the hours of 10 A. M. and 5 I. M., the following des cribed real estate belonging to the estate of Ashur Doolittle, deceased, to wit: the east half of ihe east half of the north-east quarter of section (31) thirty one, town ship No. (10) sixteen, north of range No. 0 east of the -1 ill l M. Also, sixty acres from tho south-east part of the south-west quarter of section (22) twcnty-lwo, same township and range : the whole to be sold subject to the widow's existing claim on said tracts of land. Terms of sale, a cre dit of six months with good security. SIDNEY SMITH, Executor. July 20. 1811. (l-(it. nxli Paid for Wheat ! fgMIE subscriber will pay tho highest market price, in cash, for Wheat delivered al his mill in Davton. WM. STADDEN. Dayton, June 21, 1 M l 1. 1 tf olice. Til B. ELLIO T T, having removed to La Salle, informs his friends that he has added to his capital, and will keep a large stock o( groceries and dry goods on hand, which shall be sold cheaper than ever. Satisfied that no one can un dersell him, lie requests the attention of his customers and returns his sincere thanks for past patronage. Country retailers will do well by ex amining his stock before purchasing else where. N. B. All who are indebted to him, either by book account or note, will please call and pay up, otherwise their accounts shall bo left for collection. La Salle. July lfi. 1814. nli: Salt! U'S'T received by Steamer La Salle, 02 sacks Ground Alum Salt, J T0 sacks Turks Island ditto. Farmers and others wishing salt will do well to call toon and purchase their year's supply, as we arc offering it very low for casii. Cusiiman Si Gripley. Ottawa, July 12, 1811. Administrator's Notice. A LL persons having claims against Am the estate of George Reynolds, dee'd., are notified and requested to attend before the probate justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at his office in Ottawa, in said county, on Monday the 9th day of September, A. D. 1814, for the purpose of Iiaving the same adjusted ; that being the day fixed upon by the administrator, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. HENRY. G. COTTON. JlJnx'r. CATH. BR AM EN, .'Am'i. Julv 21, 1814. C-Ot. Administrator's Notice. A LL persons having claims against Jt the estate of Thomas Jcpson, de ceased, are notified and requested to at tend before the probate justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at his office m Ottawa, in said county, on Tuesday the 19lh dav of September, A. 1). 1841, for the put pose of having the same adjusted; that being the day fixed upon by the adminis trator, in persuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. JOHN ARMOUR, Mmr. July 19. 1811. 5-0t. Administrator's Notice. A LL persons Iiaving claims against ihe estate of Joshua Richason, dee'd., arc hereby notified and requested to at tend before the Probate Justice of La Salle county, Illinois, at his office in Ot tawa, in said county, on Monday the 2d day of September next, for ihe purpose of having the same adjusted; that being the day fixed upon by tho subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims against said decedent. WM. M. RICHASON, Mmr. Ottawa, July It), 1844. IVERl'OOL Blown Salt, Ground Alum do Dried Cod Fish, Tar, Just received and for stile by WALKER & HICKLING. Ottawa, June 12, 1844. Save the Pieces. OLD castings, such as are broken and unlit for use, are bought at the Iron Store. Ottawa, Aug. 1, 1844. lame! l.ime! F "ilOR sale. The subscriber lias fresh lime always on hand at his perpet ual kilns in the town of La Salle for cash or country produce. DANIEL COSGROVE. La Salle, Aug. 1, 1811. I. Newton, Jlgent for the J'eoritt Foundry. Castings of any discriptiou can be ob tained at low prices, and on a short no tice. Ottawa, July 19, 1811. ONE Thrashing Machine, and six Fanning, just received on consign ment, and for sale at the Iron Store, D. Newton. Ottawa, July 19. 1811. Window Sasli. fff LIGHTS, at factory prices, OUU for sale by June 23. W. TRUE & SON. I-iimlirr Waggons. f TWO Horse LUMBER WAG. II CONS for sale low by June 28, 1811. G. BURR. Cash tor Wheat. MIE subscribers will pay tho highest price for any quantity of good win ter wheat delivered at this place. J. Si G. ARMOUR. Ottawa, Aug. 1, 1841. Notice. T UIE notes and accounts due the es tate of Aaron Bain, deceased, un der $20 have been placed in the hands of the undersigned for collection. Persons indebted will save costs by making prompt payment. J ABE FITCH. Julv 24, 1811. 0-2. Justice. Administrator's Sale. N' OT1CE is hereby given that, by virtue of an order of ihn La Salle circuit court, made at its March term, A. D. 1814, upon the application of William Seeley, administrator of the estate of Ben jamin Lundey, dee'd., for leave to sell the following real estate, I will on Monday the seventh day of October, A. D. 1841, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in. and S o'clock p. m. of ihe same day, upon the premises hereinafter described, sell to the highest bidder for cash, at public sale, part of tho north-east J of sect. 20, town ship 31, north range 1, west of the 3d. principal meridian, commencing nt the north east corner of said section 20 ; ihencc running west on section line 02 perches; thence running south 31 de grees, cast 48 perches; thenco south 50 degrees, east 12.0 perches ; thence north fri perches to placo of beginning, contain ing 15.12 acres in tho county of Putnam. WILLIAM SEELEY, Mm'r. August 9, 1811. 8-Ct. riougiiHi i'Ioukjis: "V Jewell's l'atent Cary Ploughs fJ just received and for sale at $8 CaslU CCSIMAM Si G RIPLEY. August 9, 181 tv - .,,.. f"";" John Hoffman, 9Forwrr(linS Commiitiofi , Pkhc, I.a Salle county, Illinoii. My 12. 1S43. 4stf T. D. Rrewster. WwuJi Forwardin S; Commistibri I2j?rr?le MERCHANT, 1 EM,, La Salle county, IIK'nois. March 1, 1843. 34 tf l:i:i. Ik. II?. i-uiitn - rr toruurding Sr Comrnitsioii rPHt, J,a p county, Illinois. Liberal advimecB made upon Produce in Cuti Daid fir iltlti tlin'iiliiw ni WUoi 0,ts. and Pork. J ' ' ' ' Dec. 184S. 25.lf, Storage A: Forwarding, K VT, Uv AI.KMN WOOUKLTF, st vJJ.CJ&V tlie steamboat binding,' currier of 'T VyX.-V I Clllllllilill mi.l W'tilMv .i Mn..... Kdte cheap. CASH paid for Port. January o, 20-6m . S. & J. Wudswortli, fOftWAUDING AXD COMMISSlbK AND WHOLSALE DEAI.FItS IS DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES Chlrmjo nn it lVrii, lllliio... ltrxnlnr Weekly Packet. TOR ILLINOIS RIVER. A .'"m rHIIIE liaht-dmuBht (only si "ffir'?L&l3 J3- iclie) staunch built and is ' i '. tinit running Httamer A. 11. UOt' l1' , Mauler, Having been purcha..cd fur the Illinois river trade, and thoiuushlv repaired, will run riviilurlv ihn.' llie Kcason an a wki:klv paikit leaving St. i.oum every mommy nl 4 o clock, p. in., and arri ving nt Peru at o" o'clock on Wediicduy eveninpii and leaving I Vru everv '1 Iiursduv mnmim? ui 7 o'clock, and arriving nt M. Louis ut 8 o'clock on oaiuruay mornings, touching at ull the landings each wav. The KAKITAX ntivitlir turirn nirv ruliina nl! 7n' large state room?, oilers fupcrinr ncccinnindulions 10 pimsenj-erfi ; ami lu ing n ncil liv Ihe ofhrvrs oil hoard, no itViirlwitthe Miared to lirnnuilp lliv rnmJ furl of pusHengcrs and the intern.! of khiiicr. t no travelling pntilic may rely on the punctuality nf the Hnrilnn in kcepinR her lime. JOHN 1IOIT.MAN, Aireht: Peru, April 10. 1841. Chicago Democrat nleaso rnnv for the arnom' and send hill to J. Iliillaiun. Itcgular racket for Illinois Itlvcr. J23?& fErjIE wcl1 k"ow,, ar,d "launch huilt cfegSSEf'1! Atcr LA SALLE,' gU"rSS5ptI'f. will run as a weeklv -" linrlnl it,- : son, leaving St. Louia every Saturday at 4 P. M. mid arrive nt Peru and Otinwa on the following M.tn.l 1.1 II If . ... . i ' . oi. iseiurning, will leave Peru every Tuesday nt 9. A. M.. and nrrlt. St. Louis on Thumdnv nwirnimr Cant. Dlckinnon. prutrfnl f.,r iTa i;r....i . J " ' tiiu 1 1 in i.i aup- port which hlieen extended to him during pant seuKnnn, hopes by utrict attention I0 businciia en trusted to him to ineritn continuance of ihe aamev I or Iri'ight nr passage, apply on hoard or to K. S. fc J. WADSWOUTH, Ag'ta. Chicairo; HOItAt'K NOUTOX V, CO WALKHIJ.V HICKLING, Ottawa. '' JOHN HOFFMAN. Peru BALDWIN & .HUBWSTER, STILLMAN. CHAW LEY & Co.. Peoria. (5REE1.Y At OA LE, ' St. Loui. V. H. Tl.'RXER Ar t'.n W hich lartt arc also ncenta for hnnmnn th annth.' crn and wentern river. Ottawa, Fchrunry 23, If? 44. lH ta uit imc:ult. TUR STEAM nOAT MAMA,- A. U. DEWITT.Au.er: t,rll.li rim Irom Peru toSt. Louis ns a rcuular ? f piickctjIeiivitiH Peru every Friday morning Ht7 o'clock. The Piiriiina lieing new and very light druft, the iravellina cimuuunity may rely on u Hpcedy and COmfuitnlilu trip. Peru, March 1, It 11. rorwartliii A: Coiiiinission. rilME subscribers have cstab!ithed iho JL. above business at Chicago and1 Peru and will, the coming season, be rea dy to contract and attend to forwarding1 goods to or from either place, for New York or New Oilcans ; and will also at tend in particular, to all goods on commis sion sent to either point. They tire ready all limes to advance on all goods consign ed to, or l'roduce stored with them, and1 Farmers or Merchants in the unroun ding country, can have a choice of mar ket, and can sell, or store and take advan ces at whichever place they think will af ford them the best market; as they will! at all times he prepared to buy or store. Dry Uooris &. roceries. They have as usual a good stock ct Dry Goods and Groceries, at their old stand. No. 113 Lake street, Chicago ; and a full supply of Sugars anil Molasses and most other kinds of Groceries at I'e ru Ill's., w hich they are enabled to sell al' St Louis prices. E. S. Si J. WADSWOUTH. April 1. 1811. 42-lf. WOOL. T IIIE ulmcri!ier inteniU leavinc for New York iu AutfiiNt in u, und would take cliuriie of and tell iu that city, any quantity of i urn, which me ninncr mny Vvimi to dispute ui. An advance will he miidc, it required. Ottawa, May 31, 1S4I. (!. BERK. Scythes. A SM'i.lClUIC .articio oi Grass and a drain Scythvs for sale Store. May the lirick 1814. f aTIDOZ. Washburn's ShoXeln ant fjyj Spades, for sale by ncpi. i'J-u v.isn.iiAi xviruDa.EY. n . . ( 1 1 i. r. I.IVTIIIH. , m ff TODNDS sole leatler for JJ sale low al the If rick Store. May 17, 1841. QJALT, fino and coarse, 100 barrel, O reecivcJ and for ae by Nov 2. C VI it an f O-'-'-it; 1 1 .