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OTTAWA. JULY 15, 1854. V. tl PkLMCi. ttia American Newepapir 4 ftat. i" tie -' milMrurd .tgeultur i his paper the ci'.ie ct boston, New Voik, and Phiiadel llua.und it duly empowered to take advertise ment aatvutsaeriptioHaBi me raierequirea oy a. Ills receipts will be regarded a payment. H.elVveire Bosto a, 3cullay a Building :Ntw Ini. Tri'mie Building": Fun.ADtLraulN. W tntaer TaiMaud Cheanui streets. The world it just now in a feverish state of -ifctacr.t. In Europe and Asia, intj bosta of hundreds of thousands art arrayed in the ranks of war, iu which religion U the ostensible cauav, aiid the permanency cf f many nation the issuo for which the lieod cf miliioos U to Cow, tnd tho hard tuned wealth of honrst nice he consumed. In Abt!;4 a'! are tsgcrly watching fur Mnt htrar.go tleveloptneut, somo mighty chaagc. The i urrender of a tingle fugitive t'.ave at Boston, stirs the blood of a whole people. Satires and foreigner', in other cilita, begin to quarrel, and out of a differ In religion and race, grows an excitement full of fears and forebodings. The burning cf a slave at the stake, at the south, a row in iu ctttigra, a half a dozen railroad riots in a single week, awaken a sensation, extensive as our country, aud felt for months. The critical conditions of our relations with fyain, and tho chances of a war, which wouldlead to difficulties with other and more powerful nations than the old worn-out Castil ita monarchy, causes commercial men to wear griva faces and become more cautious. There is ivcrywhcro a state of uncertainty and solicitude, at if some great catastrophe were expected. The public mind has in some degree onneu irom iu mourn 4 U now floating in the current of a universal excitement, and where it will bring up, there u no telling. The pressure of events is sh&Ving the basis of old thing, and those, only of the firmest and most steadfast found ation, will out-live the shock. In tho politi cal heavens is rr.uny a lowering cloud, and politicians are disturbed at the appearance of 4.-J uncertain and vascilutirg barometer. Hut newnere Co wo see any signs , of returning love for those queer things atl'tl "whig trincitlei." The de struction of that once powerful and well or tniiod party as is now about being consult mated, is enough, of itself, as it comes turn t ing about our cars, to causo men to wonder sod feel the unstobility of all human affairs, but a stiil groaUr excitement and anxiety is stirred up in the co'icitude to know w'-at kiud of a political creature is to spring up from it cr.fcd ruins. The Ui-pr.il. JWfbre s Congress and a President can be ietted tlv.t will repeal tho Nebraska and Kan Bill, those territories Mill bcaiikiic admission ir.to the Union a sovereign states; therefore to attempt a repeal is totally and wholly impracticable, and can only be made hobby to ride into o!u-.e on, and throwu aslflt as soon as that object is accomplished. It noodano very far reaching comprehension to tee that what we have stated is true. In tht first place, suppose a set of congressmen should bo elected this fall, on Hie repeal platform, it would ho nearly three years be lave they could hike seats in Congress and act on this subject Ajihi the Senate has a-jw a two third majority opposed lo a re peal and it would take nix years at least to change that body so as to give a majority in favor of it, and it is altogether probable that it could not be changed at all ; and again it wouid be nearly three year before a preui- dent could be elected, who would go in for repeal, aa the next president would bo in tailed oa the 4th of March 1857. So it ap peart, even if the nperil party etiouij suc td, (which we by no means think will be caae.) they could not bring their forces. ia the executive chair and in the home, to adenine question unfil the session of ls57 ar.d 'f, and not until a 6til! more distant time Id the Scnat. Now it will be si-en from these statement, and thi-y are simiilo facts which no one will deny, that even upon the fupposHion the reptal party should succeed in the coming elections, before tbey could act on tho subject, hans-as will contain her Hixty thousand inhabitants and be knocking at the door of tho federal Union with a free constitution, for admittance as a (sate. Does it not then appear wholly im practicable to raiso an issue on repeal f U esn tirve no other purpose than disturb and harrass the country, and be made vet of as a mean by which office my be scight and prhaps gamed. IST1 At the close of Mr. Clay's speech the Jiebraskaitca had their man ready to answer Win Mr. Tracy, a lawyer of Chicago,' who. r nnacrsuna is possessed of considerable tslcnt but he was so befogged with liquor that he could not get through with an idea. It ia due to the sober portion of the Nebras keitfsto gay that they appeared ashamed of their demonstration, but there were others who were in about the same stage as tho speaker, and they felt so glorious that they auld hardly keep still enou h to permit the speaking to go on. The above scurrilous, and vilainous para r,4ph appeared In the fopullicm or last week. Mr. Tracy is a man of decided Ulcnts and of WgTj standing as a lawyer, and is fully ca pable, and did make, a complete reply to the petitions taken by Mr. Clay, against the con stitution and the Fugitive f-lave I.aw, about the only subjects upon which he spoke. Clay in hia speech had thrown out the cbal Jnge, that hii arguincuts could not be an twersd. Mr. Tracy said he would r.p1y from the stand, then and there, if they wire wil I'njr, if not, that he woulJ reply from the oort houso Blips. They Invited him upon t'je Hand. This is the wav hn hannr.n,? In wwt t Mr. Cay, Nor wrro his friends Mhamcd cf him. Tho befogged editor ol the Republican penned the abovo directly after coming from the meeting, and it is just wich a low uugontlemanly and envious mess of stuff ai anyone might expect would drii It from a mind fresh filled with the quint ttsenw of abolitionism, ts distilled by Clay, Codding acd Levejoy. lUv. Mn. Rihsom's Addbcss. We devote th most of our first page this week ti this cration. It is well written, and wc speak for it t roral perusal. Wc have been rcqnest d likiwise to publifh Mr. Bushncll's ora t 'u, copy of which hts been procured by th WimitUo of arrangements Mr. RaMotn's address was batided us some three Of four d" before Mr. Bushncll's, and we bil promisod to pohlisb It this week, other St we should hav ptibliahed Mr. B. rrt Tho Principle. The Nebraska bill is founded upon the principle, that the people are sovereign ; that they have the power, and of right ought to exercise it, to regulate all their domestic affairs in such a manner as shall coincide with their views and interests. This is tho principle which we call Democratic and Jef fersonian. At the time of the formation of the Con stitution of the United States, every one of the old thirteen state passed resolutions, declaring that they would never enter into the Union under the constitution, unless the right of regulating their own domestic affairs was left to themselves. We say then that this principle is the comer stone of Our gov ernment, and that it wu supported anl maintained by Jefferson. The Republican of last week attacks this position, aud calls it impudence. The re mark', however, on the subject are so scat tered through several articles and dissipated through to or three columns, that it would bo impossible to quote auything containing his position if he has any. Tho Republican moreover commits the en ormous historic blunder of attributing the authorship of the ordinance of 1767 to Jef ferson. Mr. Dana of Massachusetts was the author of that instrument which declares that slavery shall not exist iu the North west territory. This prohibition was an excep tion to the general principal of sovereignty upon which this government was founded, and in the establishment of territorial gov ernments tho United States never came back to the general principle until tho organiza tion of tho territories of Utah and New Mex ico. We do not pretend to deny that the ri of yT9t n..tnnut .! a.- luv, UI that Jefferson, though not the author, yet supported the mi asuro. Yet this in no way overthrows the main principle, or proves that it is not democratic, and whoever claims that it docs stultifies himself. And to at tempt to show that Jefferson w as an enemy to this general principle-, and that it is not a fundamental doctrine of our government, and democratic in its nature, is superlative im pudence aud an insult to any intelligent un derstanding. Whether it was tho best policy to repeal tho Missouri restriction and apply this prin ciple to the territory effected by that measure is entirely another question. But this has all been done, and now what arc you going to do about it. You can't repeal ihiNcbraska aud Kansas bill, and it is impracticable to attempt it What then are youMr. Republican and all others that are so rampant on the subject of slavery, going to do f Are you going in with Clay and that fanatic clique, to r peal the fugitive slave law, that in 1853 you supported and defended f will you de clare all slaveholders unlit to hold any otliee under Ibis government f will you go in for the prohibition of tho slave trade between the dill'ereut states? What are you going to do with your Baltimore Platform 1 We expect the answer would be 'tte expect to (arry the election th'ufulV Anything that U tho't will win. There is the b ginning and tho end ofwhifTScrv. Thr will embrace tho fugitive slave law when they think a prcsi dent can be elected by it, and repudiate it when a congressman might be chosen there by. Truly, consistency thou are a jewel. Death fWin. HicharrfN ?. Mr. Richaidson died of Cholera oa Thurs day night, in the 60th year of his age. lie went to Chicago on Tuesday and returned on Weduesday morning by the night train. Thursday morning he was taken with the cholera and lived only about 15 hours. lie was a native of Massachusetts, and lived for some time at Owegi, N. Y., and came from there to this country 17 years ago. Since then he has resided most of the time here, and has been a large and extensive operator. For a number of years was jus tice Of the peace, aud at the time of his death was a member of the city council of Otta wa. VTni. IUcbardsan was a man much esteem ed in his private character, as a man of iu- T"T ami bnnnr (h a.) p'A'w n aiwl -o--v 1 ii r - - - - " - neighbor, and a kind and precious friend. His iutluence was wholly of the right kind as respects good order and morals. But he was not merely n oral. lie was religious, and sought to act front religious principle. Accordingly when suddenly summuued, he was not alarmed. Without one expression of regret, he professed himself ready to go, lie had confidence in the realities beyond tho present, the ground of his faith, and willingly went to the untried scenes of the future. A valuable man is taken away, leaving a vacan cy very difficult to fill. His memory will be long cherished. The Cholera. The cholera has boen raging for tho patt two weeks, in most of tiic cities of the U. S. with greater effect than it has any time since the summer of '19. From 25 to 40 cas .s daily have been reported at Chicago. In the inland cities and towns it has not prevailed near as much. Wo are told that a number of cases have occurred at Jolirt and Peru and La Salic. Although several persons have died here with the cholera, yet not a single case has originated in Ottawa this year. 'Frightened, superstitious, and miseducatcd persons pro claim a contrary opinion.' We make this statement on the best au tority, and on the best advice, confirmed by our personal observation and experience. We trut, however, that a few transitory cases are sufficient to call the attention of our city authori' ies to the state of cleanliness of our city, and lead them immediately to take measures to provide for the cleansing of the strcets.and especially of the alleys.as ma ny of them are in a most filthy condition. Our city, as a general thing, is remarkably healthy, and even tho extreme hot weather from the 1st to the 10th of this month did not produce any material change in this res pect. But the "Cholera season" is not yet iisit'i "nd every procauti n sl.o ild It taken U) prcvenv disease from coming among us. gccllonnl. The Eepulliean takes upon itself th duty of defending and apologising for the hotch potch convention to como off in this city on the 1st of August, and gets very wrathy be cause we called the movement a purely sec tional one, and impudently denies what the great leaders of this northern confederation do not oven pretend to dispute.that they wish to organise a party embracing on'y a itetion of our country. If folly can go turthcr ttian this, we arc not able to discover how. Wo expected this. Wo supposed that such a di lapidated whig sheet as the Hepvllicnn would refuse inst'netivoly to call anythii g by tho right name, and that while it ia seeking to array one portion of the country in di rect and open hostility against tho other, it would still persist that this was all strictly national. Beautiful consistency. Notwith standing, the disturbance it may causS that paper wo shall still continuo to call this movement to unite all tno flouting elements to be found in the north against the south a sectional one, and an attempt to get up a hotchrjiotth party, a hideous conglomerate. Comhi'ted. Gov. Maltcson has commut cd the sentence of tho three Irishmen con' victed of the murder of Mr. Albert Story at La Salle, to imprisonment for life. In doing this we believe the Governor has carried out the wish of a large portion of the people o thia wtion nf i-nmifi-jr Whether justice has been accomplished by this commutation or not, we are not well enough acquainted with the 'law and the evidence in the case' to determine. But tho Chicago Tribune, that has for weeks been crying for the blood of these men, now pouifes upo Gov. Mat' teson with all tho virulence and political an imosity that malignity can prompt. It at tacks his motives and attributes the commu tation to Jesuitical influence, aud the for eign vote. It Aaya i We have neither time nor inclination, this meraing, to speak ot the most uncalled lor and extaorU.uary a. t ol'G jvc.nor Mait.s..ii, 111 tile manner which it deserves. vt u weiu told, at the time of the first movement was set on foot for the pardon of these men, that tbe Governor would never naug no much po litical capital, but wu thought he never could be so blind to his duty as to act so ralily, and so directly in opposition to every argu ment of truth und justice. But the Jesuiti cal power was too strong ; the scheme of the politicians triumphed, and thu claims of out raged law have been set at naught. It further saj-B that it is in possession of' facts concerning this mutter, and they ex hibit a political corruption that will, when made known, pet feet ly astound the public. That paper would do well to publish the facts, then, before it makes such vile accu sations, and let the people judge for them selves. We have some of theso facts. Judge Wilson, before whom the case was trial, we are told, on reliable authority, wrote to the governor, stating that although the laws ol this state would convict thite men, yet jus tice would not ; and thut he was not satistie, with tho verdict. Other persons of equally good authority, und as f"l!y acquainted with the cvileiice, have done the sami. These facts show some grounds, at least, for the conduct of the- xovirro'; and we call upon that "know nothieg," "native Aim r1 can," Chicago Tribune, to give lve proofs of corruption and "Jesuitical induetK e," before it attempts to lead public opinion atray, by mere assertion. The Great rallfMtl Stack kVruaa Wall street has been absorbed for the put two days to the exclusion of every other top ic in the dicCussioii of the over-issuu ot stock of the New-York aud New Haven Kail oaif Company hi it was made public on Tues day. 1 lie high reputatiou ef the party im plicated, together w iih thu u.ugnit job of the transaction, uVa wall struct a stioek HUcii has never Im lore 1m en felt. The delinquent cy in the New York Lite and Trut Compu, ny some yv ai s sincv, was an enormous one, hut lit itner i:i amount nor in the standing ot thu delinquent could that affair compute itii this. Mr. Robert Schuyler has Ix-cn mane Vturs before the public, building uj: ft fortune ana a eusiaeter lor snotiess intiunlv, and the exposure bus given a shu.-k t. ein.iid mv iu human nature wliich lias sadd- lied mai.y a heart and made ev.u honest men ilniihi their own fli nines--', slioul-i they be ex: oy u to sueb tclnl-tution. Saysth N. X tribune : T he whispers in regard to over-itas we heard on Saturday, but expressed indignant ly our belief that tiny were tho vil.il slan ders. To-day tbe rumors are proved to be true, and thu directors have issued the fol lowing card : New-iokk and New Iiavi.n Iuii.uoad Co. At a meeting of a Board of Directors of this Company, holdin this morning, it has been made apnaient on a hasty examination of tho Stock Books which have been kept by the late president, Kobert Schuyler, as trans fer Agent, in New York that by means of false entries, erasures, and othei similar prac tices, an issue ol lilegul and li audulcut stock has been made within a few months past, to tho amount, as nearly as an now bu ascer tained, of nearly twenty thousand shares, or two millions of dollars. " A rigid examination will be immediate made, by order of thu directors, of the books and papers, and tiiu results, when accurately ascertained, will be made public. " In the meantime the transfer books are closed by o: dcr of the liosrd. By order of thu Board of Directors. W. W. Boahdii as, I'res'l, p rit tern. i V..U, J-1,- 1, luftl The discovery of the fu'so issues wsf, we understand, brought ill. out in this wise-: Mr. Ketchum, ouu ol the Di ectors, went to the office of ti t company on .Monday for the pur pose of making some inquiry in regard to the lulu movement in the slot k. In a conversa tion with the book keeter his suspicions were excited, and cfter further inquiries he ascer tained from the book-keeper that about ouu slisres of the stock had been transferred by Mi. S :iiuyb r, as Transfer Agent, to It. A ti. L. Scnuyicr, and by them hypothecated for loans. Mr. Keti hum. who was just on his way to his resid -uee at Westport, Conn., took lli'es ck bool.siulo his possession, sio; ended a muling ol .ir. Mu.gi ss, Mr. Bomeut and Mr. JIuiraK, at his (1 u. sday) morning. A'tt-r lull examination oft leSlork Ledger and Transfer Books, it was evident that tbeie bad been an orcr-i'sue of about 1 '.1,000 hh r s, iqual to $1,1)00,000, and Mr..StiirgeK came immediately lo toftii on thu evening of tbu 4th, and gave thu inrliest public netiee this morning ol the facts. Upon arriving home last evening, Mr. SlurgcSi- found a note from Mr. Schuyler, written on Monday, but ne t b lore r Ci iveil in eoioe U -nee of thu ab sence of Mr. Sturgi s , resigning the Presi dency oftliu l'oin;.,.ny, mid intimating that there wi,s something wrouj about the slock Usues. Tin.-', as e have le.i.t .1, bail r uiy been ds- otcivd the- omiii iimtimig l y the examination of the bonks. t iiu liaiister books Im.c bun cioivd, mi J no irausf.ia were aho-ved to (lav. Arrival ! lh Bailie. New Yokk, July 8. The C. S. mail steamer Bat ': arrived at tins port at 1 o'eioik tim morning. S.ie 1. ft LiterpeOl at 1 o'clock on Wt lt.es day, June 2slii., and uiadetheruu in iiiisys l'J liouis and id miuut .s by steam aloli--. Ihu continental news is very scanty. There is no tresu intelligence from thu &ut ol importance. i On the 23d, Maicissa and Kostra mother of the former Mi.iister ol that uauie, was ar rested ot Madrid. The following is a paragraph dated at St. Petersburg, June 1 7th, and eonlniiicd in the Moiiilc-ur of y,st rday ; fW d-uiiao ny the b'.o- ku lc of the co ist ol i lie- Baltic and 11 ack ! ma' be isli- mat d uear.y act o ding to the oid na y .ales f exports and imports. Tims iu 17SJ, liOU freighted Vessels entered thu ports of thu iiu. lie, and about lue wiuie lium.Rf lilt these potts. Tno thousand and six bundled vessels entered the Black Sea. Total, 1,000, Oou tons.' Thu express in anticipation of the over land mull has arrived. A brief ahslrai t of toe priii. ipal itms of news was given on Mo.iduy. Tiiu Russian squadron is supposed to have taken refuge on the coast of hamskiitka. Onu of iu vessels was Seen about iJO days since at Osnx where she had put in for iu-1 telligenre. Alter deducting the vessjls ordered home our naval force iu thosu seas consisted of 15 vessels of the Royal Navy, mounting 211 guns and 21 steamers of the Indian Navy, mounting 120 guns ol the very largest cab bro and of navy metal. Twelve suil vessels of the same service, mounting 100 guns, muk ing a total of 61 vessels and still guns, ex clusive of the Freuch squadron. It is nut the Russian squadron that is fear ed by her racrclianlile ii.a-ne, but Pirutes iling under Kusian colors. The State L:i tlon. The following statts hold ti e r annuil elections the present year upon the days named : lows, California, Vermont, Maine, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Massachusetts, New York New Jersey, Illinois Michigan, Wisconsin, All theso t-tatua elect representatives tliis y-ar. the legislature oi laiiiorma, Indiana- Illinois, Iowa, MaFSnbuselts, and iscnn sin each choose a United States senator al so at their next meeting. Chicago an Rock Island It. R. The earnings of tbe Chicago and Rock Island Railroad for tho month just closed were as follows : From passengers, $08,508 49 From freight and mails, 44,500 00 Aug. 7 Sept 5 do 5 do 11 Oct. 10 do 10 do 10 Nov. 13 do 7 do 7 do 4 do 7 do 7 Total, Earnings of May, Increase, $113,008 4'J 109,299 20 $3,719 29 IIakvcstino. Tho farmers in this vicinity arc now fairly commenced harvesting. The crons were never better. Somo few fields of wheat have been considerably injured by the scab, but as a general thing, wheat, both winter and sprinp, will yield more this year than usual. A New York Stale Anti-Xebrsska conven tion is called, to bo held at Saratoga Spring's August 16th. fF Mr. N. B. Bristol, Informs us that the CaosJ Sett Columbus, of tbt Chicago and St. iU Law, ltd hit dock en Wednesday of tin , navinj a cargo of 10,017 Bushels tf Mtt. "When loaded iht wat drswine 4 ft. 4!n. Inrn, tnd 4 ft. b. la bow. Thit tj U tht lergett numb tied t&rtufb 'Ivs "ani of bushels mr ear fc Mia A New Style oF Advertising. Wo would re fer our readers to roan JV!. 3, on the store of Osuian A Wbitmore, wliich may be found among our new adver tiscmcnUt in to-days papor. There Is tome- thing original about theso advertisements, which is seldom found in the usual stereoty ped forms of store advertising. They aro quite amusing, and will well pay any one f r reading them. Considering th short time since Messrs Osman k Whilmoro have opened their store, it is surprising to seo tho amount of goodt they are daily selling. They aro both clever fellows, and give their customers good bar gainsqualifications whicbwill bring success anywhere. Adjocwsukt or Co!aHr.tsj. Tbt Joint Committot of Conference from tht House and Senate have agreed upon tht 4th of Au gust at tbt day of adjournment. It it pro bable that tht two bouset will accedt to tho Committee's recommcodatioo. CoKOtsi0!'Ai---A convention Is celled ia tht Peoria district, to meet at Peoria on 4t 13th of September, to nominate t Democrat Murgnii t uiit j liBiiMM ratlr oi V.'llliMil. The d' mociacy of .tlorgati cuU'ity held a mass iik eli if, at Jaikouvil!e, on Sutunl.iy, July 1, to ap oint delegates to the eoi.gr. ional lonvtnliou, loin held at Spiii gin id, Aug. H. Till y hi lug lo: ia aid lion. Neutoii Cloud, as their piel'.lelice for ekiiilidate for congress. The fol ing arj the m ist significant f the SeVer..l resolutions w hi it w.r.t an ; i lacy evince a utiupruiiin-mtr "puii, ai.u h . w.inl i call ulti litioli to tl i in on that a , oun:. ltlft-1, that, althutij;'! we nw i.i n'n ling taitli in lue g cat (.eioo. raii . .t iricip,.i. of popii'ar hover.ignty, a..u .s ciiai right of every people lo nri ale theii ii.jiikmuc aiiuirs, yet, eniiiiniiK tin- pntVeite in t e of thinking for oui selves, and a"cording tiiu sainu liberty lo olncrs, we are willing to ad mit that, in regard to tne ociasional applica tion of this principle there may be, and arc, among faithful democrats, bon.st differences of opinion ; and, recognizing thu neces-.ity of presenting nn unbroken fiont, we lurch declare, that, for ourselves, we will not con sent to the imposition of any new or unna sonablu tests of demoeia y, or to the uoau- tlioiUed reiiKsb ling of thu democratic faith; but will stand dimly by those ancient land mark'), and light our po.ilical battles upon those limi -honored principle-s, which have a d jeptr significance and a higlier political im portance than any merely temporary mea sure. Kuolteil, that whilu we are thn unwillinic to allow issues of secondary importance to impair the integrity and reduce the strength of the party, He are still hss willing that its legitimate or.aniMUon siiouldbeabaudon.il, or its Wliob some d. ipliue relax, d ; and be lieving that we und better sutl r dele.it than suiTeiiihr a piinctjdc c a mere pre-seiit au- v:inla;.'e, we insist upon tru -ting to no ark of political safety, i-v. t!iC oid hlu,i "Utinocra ty j" but will gladly nuoilti r among our crew all who will r .main on board and faithfully IilIii to work the vess.l. l!eotred, that toe liadir.g articles of our political faith are : lnt, Thu integrity nf the compromises of the constitution. 2d, lliu pres.rvatiou of 'he Union of these stiles, (d, Ubi'diem i- to the laws of tile land whiie they remain upon the statute book. 1th, The dis. oiiut'-nuiicu of factions or sectional agitations. Mb, an equal, just and econom ical uduiiii'stiation ol the government, and. btli, A complete Separation of our pel sons! priicrenees among men iroiu our pouucui ac tion upon n.eaturit mul prinr.ijiUi. Tlio8eiv of Nlislrla. As per private letter from Constantinople dated June 14th, contains news from Silis-ti-ia nf wliich the follow iUK is a brief sum mary : After the attack on the 2'Jth if May, which was described as sanguinary, the Kussian re tired to prepare for a fresh assault. Un the ill st, they advanced with force and renewed the assault in the Fame order as before. Alter a prolonged mid bloody struggle the Bosnia s were repul. d, and on thu same evening, under a Hag of truce, i maiided pcninss.on to take oil' their dead, who were not iea than a.ooo. Un the 2nd, tho gene-rural as.-ault look i.ls.-f und thu whole Bosnian flotilla bom bi;did the town, but thanks to the truly ; iie!'i i ilrepiilily of thu Turks and the ex i eelli lit lu.'irii7eiiie-lit fit' tbu I ieni rnl.n-( 'tiii f house 00 the next I ,. i;UNsialiS Were sirain vietoriouslv beaten oil". T he vii tory, however, cost lue Turks b ar, as they be t their gallant chief, Ku-sa l'in-!,a, who was struck in the side by the Iraguieiit of a gr nade. On the same night a mine wnich hail been rirried l.y the Inst '1 uikisb buttiry, was di strnyeil by a coun ter mine and 400 Bussians, tbu foremost who utlacked the mote, were blown into the air. Under covor of this explosion and the con fusion that followed, the Ottoman sallied out. The enemy were routed in all directions, and the cntrviiclnuciitH taken. Tht total loss of the Ku-sians in their as saults is from ft, 000 lo K.OOU kil id, while the Tuiks loht little in proportion. Kesiui l'a-clia, who h;id Ml Mniinla for that purpo. , approach .! .-jilistr.a with di visions of lio.uoo men. I.t tteia rve-ivd at ('oii-t iiitiii"p!e from Siiiiiii s, duti il Jon 4th, aiiuniince f- shal- U ks against Sihsliia on th- Jil t ol M iv and 2nd of Ji ne, in whlcu the 'I tit. .8 obtain ed thu most hnl.iaut su cess. Lucsrooi, .lum 27. We bad a In ovr ;lc of wind la-l ni(;lit from thu S. W. to tile Went. 'Jills IllO.llilij' the weulhir has an unsett:ei sppi anno . Our markil is huh. rat .y ult nlid this rtiommg, prineipa.ly by tl.o. i.l l.m n !,.. ( Urchas d w h- at ill s;i.a.l quiiditi.s on'y, cl i ,-- b st tl s npt.on. V e i allied ipl'it a d telle ill pril. s. Oi, Fii'li-y mid. I ing .nv.;, w-.re mm ., n (tl-.. led. Sales of Hour w. re elf . t d on'y to a jiinit . ' it' ot en. I thus.- princijial'y to con-urn-ers at for Pnila 1 Iphia i nd Baltimore fir or-'uiary qua. itn s ; HsaJJ for good parcels ; sour held at iil.iiioa. Iii-lian CornNot but a s ow sale at U7s for yellow : UtiaSiis Oil for whit-. U.itsaiid meal uu:i; sates at lormer quota Hons. l'rocrcdiuiis f th City C'oaacil. Adjourned meeting. Sal unlay Eveiilnfr, 1st July, 18.14. Present, tho mayor and aid. i-ctvem, Lyitcli, rash, Cogawell, lticuardson, Kan u ng nd Bt.itoi, H. A:is.nt, ali. Miller, IlasVeli and W!k er, a. ' Minutt a r.ad and approved. The .Mayor rei)oitvl navine had an Inter view with H'm. Gooding, Ksq., w!h) bad vis it d our c it y wilu a view ol becoming ac qiuintO'l a itn the condition of thu liuisaocts coinpluincd of by this coum il, as being eau u by I ie vaual and its apM.-ntW(ua. . . VYiicioipnii, oil motion of aid. Fusil, Oruereil, i !.:t permission bu given to Hie T t n.tt .-ts u Hie- ll.ino.s an I Miciiimi Can. I to u-t t.iat part ot ba Salle stre. I, soutli of Mill stmt, no.v used for a waste weir, lor a distance ol 11 feet from the south line of s lid Mill street ; and also, tuat pt riuissiou be giv.n them lo continue said waste weir across I.a Sullu st. upon conditions that tin y wall, pljuk, and cover ov. r toe nunc in a good und perma lent manner, and keep and maintain thu sine in good repair. On tu ition of aid. Bristol, Ordered, 'I hat the order of business he siixpt tided until thu matters connected with the Illinois Kivtr Bridge be first disposed of. 1 be city surveyor reported plats of ct r tain proposed stiet-U. in connection w ith the I Illinois Kiver lindirc. hereupon, aid. Kash moved, That l.a Salle street be opened forty feet wide, each side- oftliu centre line of said street, from its present termination to a point 1175 fee t south of the south side of the south abutment of the Illinois Biver Bridge. Laid on the table. Aid. Push moved, That a'stree-t bu opened from a point for ty feet south of the bi m il in rk, iu the- ct li tre of La Salle street lov irdcrcd to be opened, running tmtli 72 thtrtecH west, 2f'l f it; theme to ti 8 tbgreis 140 minutes west, 378 feet to th" centre of the state road, leading from Ottawa to Lowell, to be named utrc-tl. . Aid. Cogswell uioveil that 'tht blank be filled with the word 'fourtni'v.' Carried. UAaV OF OTTAWA ilGHT Ficliaugo on New York, Cotton, Caiia't, sii'l St. Louis. ihu. t i 'i iibh un I.uoilim, in im of our i iii.i. ittii'n i.i.l Uji-,.l, ..ilkl t oi. j Lank i . i, tt. -oils. el, Irclnnd, 1 i.mcr t lirr-i.a'iy. lhtfrt nllnm-tl un (-osif. ttit.il and -ilvt I t-tli l.iuiclit Slut bwitl. tv.veiniwi 14. .tito.3 Kb-ara. Lnuk ill fur I nc. " V -Kim li..ursiic-io.. Il.ir'f. r l, Conn. . , ll.iriluril M.Mihwe.trtn ' O.w. gi, S Y. Ihr vt 'tn r -rM"il.M en j .mi, ,n K ilie;ei n mm) yt-urr ; ami nrrirr,:iti iliii'-ur. l.ie in-iH-rit ol our Ini-ii'laand tvitMx n .mn-l I kir liif, islnr i-iim (iu H. KiniEa Inl.ifut inarii.r nks ink'iiin die Aima. a Vi Ol (Ci - r elit fruri'll J W-iKMNO. 2. TO V., Thcro are now upwards of fifty bills before Congress, to be disposed of before ad journment ' Election or Nrw llAnrsini'B U. S. Scra tch 1'SIP0Nkd, The following is a telegra phic dispatch : Concoud, X II., July 5. On tho tenth ballot this afternoon, whole number of votes Uoti, necessary for a choice 1110. Wells 1411, ; Morrison, VI ; hastman, 8U : Tappnn U ; Cmi ke, 14 j Uoodwin 0 ; Scattering 4. io cl.Oice. On the eleventh bullot, Wells 148, Mor rison , llasttnan 45 Lappan, 6 ; Ciai ke 14; Uoodwin 4 ; Scattering U. No choice. A motion to indefinitely postpone, was of fered by a whig aud carried by 15i) to 147. Motion lo reconsider was negatived, thus settling the question for tho present sessiou. Fro Mm ico. -Later news from tho fron tier of Texas states that a most deplnrablo ronditinu of things exist in Mexico along tho Kio Grande. Many of thu iuhuhilanls of that distracted country, having sutfered to the last depreo from the despotic exactions of the government of Santa Anns, aro vol untarily expatriating themselves, aud seek ing peace and protection within the- United Statist while others, mora bold and enter, prising, are organizing for an armed resist ance to their oppressors. However; this it an old story ; and the next thing wt hear from the Bio Grande will probably be of tbt attack on a villagu composed of half a score of hulc, by tbt renowned Caravjal, or somo other philanthropic brigand, who under tbt guise of patriotism, periodically plunders tht wretched Inhabitants. The Maying, "that tbeto it juoro pleasure in giving than receiving" if ttippntfd to sp. ply cbl(i!y T)Jtltif etd mWe arid ad- California .Hews. The steamer George Law arrived at New lorkontlio loth. Shu brings lu'irornii dates to the. lGthof Jur .. Mining news from California was satisfaett ry. ihu tunnel and water companies aiv doing better than evvr. Wheat and b.irle-y crops were exceedingly heavy. Walker, the filiibuster, has taken the cdi torialshiti of the San 1'Vaneisca Journal. Several Milliliter liol had oceujrvd. Iloublu burelvd eons, axes ami revo ve-rs Were freely used. The riols originated in thu supposed rejection of thu city a lilies by tne land commissioner. The San I'ninciseo papers strongly urge an increase of tiiu puliee force in that city. The Branch Mint was actively t ngsged in thu manufacturing of bars aud coins, Tlioums Campbell had resigned aa U. S. Land Commissioner. George W. baker, recorder of tl.u San Francisco, has been indicUd by thu G.and Jury for a iiiisdeunanor in oilice. Tho Court of Sessions have quushed the indict ment. The Grand Jury in the case of tho tx plo sion of the steamer Secretary, have charged her owners with gross ami illlul careless ness and recmmeiulcd the appointment by the President of a Steaiuboul Inspector for the district Ex-Collcctor Sands has comm. need a suit to recover 10,000 his ecs while in oili. e. Walker's trial has been post poind till Au gust. The accused alleges that thu txpedition was to protect Souora from the incursions of the I dians. Advicet from Oregon to Juno 10th, aro resulted in a democratic victofy, Marei v In K iiiu ciHlnii'iits ml vtsuurl We had a call yesterd iy afternoon from A. J. AlKis, Lsip, cirrt'p ill I. lit of the New York Kvt-ning J't't. Mr. Aiktn has just rt turned from a visit to Kansas, ami confirms the accounts we have previ.';l.-lv re ceived of the beauty of the country and its i-a parity lo sustain a large population, lie- saw rniisidi ruble ol tlie 1 oun'ry m il 1 onvtr-se-l with inteU-gent gcn'leim n from all parts of the territory. All concur in r- pr Si tiling it st one of the very I nest stetont ot tne Misissippi Valley. Now, as to slavery, Mr. A. says that the resolutions at Weston and Indepeiid- me which we published 0 few days since, m' represents the feclingtnf a majority of tho-e who are about to settle in Kauris. H ate property is sufficiently unsafe in Missou I, an l there is v. ry little disposition among toe p'anf- rs in that State to emigrate with their "property" to the new lerrit ry. Thcint-el-in-.' w'nicli passed thu res ilut ons was eoinno- s. d of brok'-n-down political hack, w. 0 wished to obtain' somu little notoriety by blustering and braggadocio. Thu r spect-i-blep. opl.i ill thu town ha 1 noth ngto d j with tin mct-tint'. We w re cspe.-i.illy pleased with t'io s.--emmt given us by Mr. Aiki n, nf Ihu public si ntiin- iits of the people ol Missouri. 11 r;iys be lit urd but one opinion among tlu-m as to tie- pernie'.ous tendtmies ol'lhe "pecu liar insiitution." They feel and deeply de plore its blighting etl'et ts upon their prosperi ty, and very many ofthim expressed them sslvis vi ry Ireely 111 favor of its early and en tire abolition. Many also sru decidedly in fuvor of KitiiMs and Nebraska beeoining free .Slates. Although representing a paper unl Vi rsally known to be- pledged lo the princi pluoT tie Missouri Compromtsr mid linn in resisting thu ndiuisMon or Ihu mul ing of any more Blave t-rritory, bo was everywhere most cordially received, and his position and principles were treated with tho greatest re spect. Tho observations of Mr. Aiken givu u-i ground to Imp.; that all will yet bu well, and Kanr.as willy, t be consecrated to frx- doui. C'A. Iff m, "rw, Dmocjutio Cosvkitioii. A Convention of the Democracy of tho Eighth Congres sional IHstrict will be held at Cnrlylc, in Clinton county, on the 6U1 day of Septem her next 164, to nomipatu a Cougr. as. man to represent tbt Dialtict in thu neit Congress. Each county will "bo entitled in the Convention, to the number of Demo crats room poUod ft the lavt Pncrdvotlal Arrival ol the Aln. Ntw Yonx, July 13. LivxiirooL MaiiKEr When'. 110mi11.il nt 1 OJafls for red. Us Sdalls Cd for white. Cosii in limited request at irregular prices, 85aS0s for yi How 85s (Ida26s lor old. Consols unchanged, closingut U4. Money easy. Provisions pork and hetl quiet. Lard unchanged. Bat on dull. War ad via s of startling importauce from scat of war. Wasiunoiox. Jii'y 13. The Japan treaty was sent into the St iiale to-day. Thu House committee for Investigating ! cliurges ol bribery, So,, in coiincilion wim Colt's patent, ttre'progrehsing with tht lr la bor?, Thu invest:galions caused no little fluttering. Ai'ttiiiul K ill, 181. Notice is hereby given, that the "iisses. roc nt Itoll of all real estate snd personal property within the limits nf the city of Ot tawa, made bv tho assessor of said city, for tho year 1854," lias been returned by said assessor, to the clerk of said city, and may be inspected by any person interested there in, at the olllco of said clerk, until Monday even ng, tho 17th instant, at which time tht city council ol said city will meet at tht council-room, to hear applications for revi sing said assessment, T. H. CocarutT, eity tUrb. Ottawa, July 10th, 1664. Tbu resolution was then laid on table. The following orders we-ru then passed ; Ordered, That i: is hereby tho intention of the- c ty eauiicil of the city of Ottawa to open a street according to law, eighty feet wide, to be known us south la Salle street, coniin. iicing at the soutli side of the soutli sl.oluieiit ol the Illinois liiver Bridge, and rui.ii 11 Ibe-uce- south to a point live hundred and lilty four fe.t norlhol'tiie north line of Van Burcti street, and ol thu line between S tious (.even and I. on teen; said Soutli l,t S..1I.-SI. to b' in an xi t 1 ontiiiuoiis line wit 1 La.'l'ht str: I, as alr.a ly ei,t ibl siied north of the li'inols itiver, and tin: cut re line of widen Snail hi.-one tn.imanj live hun dred and t.n fe t wi st of the east line of sec tion eleven iu said city ; aud t iut the r.ul estate nucefsary f.irsaid street be appropri ated according lo 'aw. Old red, That it is thu iht- ntion of the city 1 ouiicil of the city of Ottawa, to open a ntr-.-tt according to law, tighty feet wide, to bo known as Courtney stiuet, cummer. ciiigutu point six huiidn d and seventv tihtfett west 01 tbu centre line of South La Sille st, (the centre line ol said Courtmy L Iniug li v. hundred an ninety-four fc( t nui th ol the north line of Van Bur n stre-tt,) and run liiiH t.ien- ef est, aciosa bloc t. t t,uty six ami tw- iiiy k-.vii in toe or.giuai town ol OttaW.., to trie etiitre ol toe piopos-.-d street l.i.'.wi, us s-lllU LaSaiie sliet t ; tin n e West e giit-eu d ;;r ts south two buimied sni s'xty-six btt; tn; net w.st, eig.it d 0-.cs thi: ly 01. nut s south, three bundled anl sel ine- .got Icet to the slaie or couliiy r.i.t.l .eii ilii ; from OUaua to l.owe l: and tout to- r a' . f Ut.- ie 1 sen y fj, sail stive I be a;. propri.it. ti a. loidinglo ia.v. T he lin 111 e- oi.i.i.itti e n poi ted th. f llo itig Ij-.e-pr-s lit- .i at la.-t ine-ting, asco;-r- t : -.". U'o idi 11 ti "jo, (.,10. lii.oioi :7, .) I.i. ll.i-.-iick fo 'J", King & Bro. 0 ao, c. . J. .,,!.. n J.! '.."j, II. p. a.aik i-li: Win. 'L ik 7 11 -, J. li G. 'Annum $110 i'J. i- po t a- . j I 'I and bills ol-.Ied :.l.l. His w r p.es treil from P. il.ilieran $2, r- lU'.viug iiuis-MH-i-, S. K. King A Co., ln2, nail. X ., Nat, tan Sa-ty.r tOO K-ii-iivuig i.u sin , I'. M.i l.u.i 0 on, i.ibur on directs. Bills loi.nd . coned anil ordered paid. Bill of P. r. 'B't, city r y..r, $103,50, prcscnte; t. t f r.d I fi 1 nee com;, t .ee. 1 10 in-. 1 11 . o. .i,il ftristoi. Or,! re I, Tiial luu owners of lots in bio. k No. 51. f. tnting on Clinton street, be hereby p mint -III ioiistril-'t thu side walk (. ilder ed 2Jih M iicll last,) opposite to said block, with t n roc heavy slri gers of timber, filled in between with cinders and iron tu.'iilligt, and omit the umi.i1 planking as iiiMillieieiit in that I01 ality for the- pui pou intended. On motion of aid. Cog-iwclt, Ordered, Thut the city Attorney be re quest, d l'J pr:paie and report in fii cuin cil, from time to time, such ordinances as liny be deemed wholesome and necessary fur i.';' general goo I. On motion, the clerk was authorized to cause a deed from John S. Waterman lo the city to be recorded, and 10 draw on the treas urer for the cot thereof. Mr. Thorpe appeared and complained against certain nuisances in block number thirty. Kcferr. d to coinmitti e 011 health. On mol ion of aid. C-g-cwcil, the council adjnurielt) Tuesdav evening l8tliin.it. T. 1!. COCUiNiCY.C.ty Clerk. Proposed -v Mri-ott- Notice is hereby given that it is thu hit n tion of the City Council of the city of Otta wa, to open a street aecor ling to law, 80 fei I wide, to be known ss SOL'lll LASALLK sill Kill', commencing ut the south side of thu snctli ahutuieiit of thu Illino is liiver B idge, mid running south to a point hvu hun Ired uii-l fifty-four feet north of the north line of Van Buren street, and of iiie line between Hetlions eleven and four t en ;' said South Lasalle Strut t to be in an txait contiiiuoiM line with Ijisalle- street as ulrca ly tstuhlisiietl iiorlh of the Illinois Kiver; and the ct litre line of which shall bu 1510 feet w-st nf tile east line of section eh Vt-n, iu said city. Notice is also hereby given, that it is the intention of thu city council of the city of Ottawa, tn open a struct, according to law, 80 feet wide, lo be known as COL'ltTNLY M ltllKT, coiiiiu.'iieingata point six hundred und se-veuty-t igbt fett cast of the centre line of South 1 asullu street, (the centie line of said Com tin y Street being S'.'t feet north of toe north line of Van Buren street,) and running tht nee west, across blocks iiO and 'ii 111 tiiu Original Iowa o" Ottawa, to the centre of iht; proposed new slrcit known us Ln-Jiileslretl; liieticu Wtst In (legs, south, Utltl feet ; l icuce West, 8 degs. ilOiii. soui'i, UTS feet t-l the- old I'o.el leading dovn the south bank of the Illinois liiver. Any p I'siiii having objection lo the above nam. d streets bung opened accordii g lo law, is r-quired to hie his objection in wri ting with the undcisiglicd, ti or before lin s dry Ibt.iJuly 151, or tu statu his objec tions belo; the city council of mi I city, ut their rouiicil room, on tho evening ot said lbili Ju.y T. K. COt'Bl.NKY.City Clurk. InFon of ha Couit House Door, W liieh iM-nple Miy, die elieatieiii aiurr in Onawa. g'in In wi-ieiii mrlie. Out sting urjtina : Wr'vrgnl will pure, ftutmeK, e-yihei, s.iadu, cluiiu , nuiin, and li.pe, Miivin. toilri, an J oo.l common soap; N'liikei-ii und Jincn., In 011, whin-, and be IT, r'irit lairiuliueeu und .Seuieh uuir, liaiiilrtiuir s ilchrlsantl carpel liuya. W'ANTt.D butler, eggs, and paprr raa', Uiurs, wool, und otliri kinds ol produce. I-Oil S ALE vnirt-nr the real purr juice j I aeu, nruns, siioe-unt aii, anil oui kn-s, lluek kni if.ov- s, tOiliienl yum knuckle. 'I ra-cupi and Biiucem, ptairfiiml plmtrra, VV.irh howls, ami piltlirrs, i.n l vt. II no mai ler I Large wiioilrn hc-wls, lint c n't l. trai, lor mixing duugh ui iiui,rint mrnt ; VI il,iw inii-kt-t., rountl autl ol-liinu, Tint Csnion OiiIilk recllieetlelg Sw, nl'i, on.) ni.-.li . n, lies. Lumps, canillcsiii kn. u.iu ennilli , Cludis, ciiBaiiu- ri i-, snd tloe-skint, liii.lir-, liixiirrs, e..ik,i.nd t.i.i.iiln. Whineiaiie. f nihrcml-red Canloii.linwls, l-'ieiirt-ei Suit pl'iin sil a pdrai-oli bpioni Ihiiiuiiitt, an 1 iiu Kalviinizrii. i'jr clurilit d suil ptilvpiiz- tj. Liii-fry-w'oii.irt y Oiieitl tiei-itns, Si-w.ii-kilk, onil iKiiiii-liriiesh-iiions. HUek, blue, ie I, aiidhrown camtn , Lml , tais-, sutl i.-onl, hy yitrii or iU'k; rii k hiireg, ami nu r tint- Imreue u laiura, Alpacra, blue eht ck, cnrari ei,u, Miirnia, Imsie-bonifl, I.oiiiim wue ; Malt tie-?, mid .onir thut com" up login r! ( ra.li, iii -pi-r, ii' tim Un ilicheg ; Vci-I pa t.mifr - limt-i.il- lor a -In.l.ej;, ant-n while, an l y--!iii fl.-iiini Is, Twin, ill' purenliairel cundi. HuiiiIimI II' klilld I'UllH-aielli r, Ciuli-r-lt-etf a aiel 1 I.i invents M"l. sir iii.il-, rla.iie gmit r. SiCa cn-l pure ream et Turiar. ltiocii snd alt--ki.i p.M:t-i-liouki', Thr vnv liett of ei' li-1 hook , I'm and nrsal.ea -hi'if and msll, A'o uhl'kr 1 r n il die 1. 1. pernnce bill I Sum ka anil p. k'i ImHcken ..i I , L'tt'ii-rn tml-i, anil B' tl pa.in Itufs, rV-mlir-inp. HVIt , Slid iv-m) H.ie, Fii-iii tw'o-nn.l-i.ixp-tu-e li- a done, bidi-rii,'b'-i of t.uii.'y r's mtkr, 'I Itn-ur't-r w-er oui lie y iii-ver l-if ik ; I'eckel .f 'tl-t'lt anl weo.h n enmbl, C1.1 veniciu fi'.er -Il y -m II ines. I!u: w - IMl-l rlup wllh Ne. 5, l.V iiiiwn ih- fen. i" ihuik --I o. I 'i.l e - - y 1 1. nf t ii-ln- q 'ie! n- ed ; ovriti 1,-r-i wl .li w.u in yitad. 1 It tf cotttiiiuetl fT"l' .-'I ib ie )"tn .t ri-p-l tf k. J -.y IS. Hi'im, pott T01HE PUB'IC. OIL hU ti, r... : r.LL K Nl ft, 1 K yju wni 1 riittnvr your lifiif.monf jr.nnil l" X iii 'iiih. -ti ii t.tur unit i.i y your At llir Mg.iui .li- inirmnmh html, in tld-nack'B nr ui-k, tn'ir y- uwiiitint itithfatMiutHiiJ tdurr m ni- 1 nl . Mitiu , (.) 1 uf 1 u 11 in mil .1 iurr . 11 mim M.-it rn iiiinU ui rk.nl 'I.t- vt rv tr) knJ i tlifei ih ftnn- linen, 1 mv rt.Hnnt hrlp luif)if r cut) niui miiiiii' ini voun-flv (Jul 111 Ho j", "rj.n l pMttl'H !lli k f lt-!. Mil iM(irei: l t M II Hhvctt V Co. N li. II. ik inn ti.r ifi oil ttiemo iffiujii- U.ilt It Hi Mi lilt (I, (' t IK tllOlilill'f ft ti I j tl vri ! iH4ihii 11 L"UU.xt) rifttrranilkn l ri'lf ul t,r I iwfii , rii;itit-i llir uliw rtMriv tu ,-u-. u il.-.-f wl.t- ki.i.v. i.cihiliij' i't ui if Bit f r. CcMicclitul ( lock rqoi, 'hitman &Dcanc! 1 I'M.ur.K var.riy qti.ii.it. mitt i-upt-nei 11 qu.ililv in a iy ..f'o.A.illrir.l 10 lli.i-cilv.ci.il .i.-iii.y un I111I11I, antl .i.u 111 Hie iin.n nni-tria.. prii-ri-, a- wrt- rt- iihircilrcii ill' inanutacioty Alxi, clock ii paiiiiiu coiir and tvairaiutu, ai llioilrrnlr prl' ra In View nl in li.no f-anrrirrrr. riitiiMVi q'i.i,iiiaiir, ami irnf-rnl sniii-loctirui ivrn in die ..u.i:i-i., 1 iii.pi-m rci-rivr a Itl-rrnl i-hnn-nl pm ri.uir, (mill lii. 111 ih,- -iy ami aurriitimlina eouii ny V ti Una-. iel tidetj I court hmtnt 111 v M . Ijud for Hale. la La -Wi .(. fvrt oma, thofM, and wool US. 111 ioiih'u3l, range rastul ilir 3-1 p. m. A.tripol I mJ l.bioke on lb linraol lh 4hovr i.ici, .jilairnt iu, i piar.ung aud culu- .ifti.tMiixCdunry 1 1, whole of are $8 and ilii-uh l H, m lownsiupjo. ransr 7 cast uf ll:r ll p. lit. Th. r irueta iirfforr on and a halfiosrvcD in i Ira die junciion nl ihr Knti W'.fiie nd Ls. run aiia.in railroad, f nil ih f hieugo ami Mim iii-Mppi iallri.J.uinJ arr uiosl ulihrm wrrPwateia d . and ai rri-pt-e-ilul dmiancr ti-ni innlirrao l k'M.Mii. nt-wil.l ilrrr plenly j wolves and urcrn hriiilcil U.i-Mahuiiilsnl . I'li.-e-iiiiri nl anvq lanrrsreiinnol iIipm lands e.u l-rlind at H.MMJ u-r acre. t.rrenunlT Uhnleuf ift'ion Jl , to(rlhrf wi.h 13 arit-a i.l liiiu-r Ininl. in luwuainp VI, lance II. wen nt iiirtih p ni , lot) acrra ol w hirti art- linkr, vihiyacrr I. iicrd and under cultivi litmj llirrr iniir-c of unii-nranyr hnlr arnunoil, nn-l w-ittuti t nlilr. ot llir Knii.klin tfrivr depot . AIo, a rihkI li'iui-ran.liuiie and a half acrrtin lin-v.iliigr ol li-r t'rttirr. Ailurany4 lis-, liunUwill bcsold in qianli- l.iiilHiun.ltnwIlilii-wf hnds, fori have mad arrsn.iiiriuitti,MoNi..raka. I lfliiiiii dui lo i;o ili..tr Mll,i vule ,rri lIld , r-.u lu ic-i a iiniiiaiiy i, alx.lui m, t . j,h COAL LANDS Fuh SALl! rpllEiihcrilirriifrer8 lor salt-, srvrmv eo and a hall aeieni.l , L LAUD, Pilot tnl on iln- Vcrinilioii rivt-r, It milra blow lin- nmullifll Kairli- t-rt-rk, one nule Iroiu Brnj.. . iMiiekry'a, and li miles souihof Duaw. A coal hrj wi opi-urd on , last winier, and ihr i-uai is fsmnui as tin- railcrl nulinrg coal. 'I'lif VrniiihuneualMconaidt-rrd I lit Im-si in ihr isir. All mining tools orcrssaiy fnrlhrsuermfulop r mi ion ol thr coal wurka. are also oflrred for aalr. 'i'lirrr is mi ih,- land a dwelling house and 9) acrraare unlt-r a high alaie ol cultivation ail w ell watered. dold in iaiitiiii-s lo suit thr pnrrhai-cr. Juii' 17 W. I'mi.i.ira. TllE uudiT'i;iird having (ormrd'a connretion I iu Dui-iurw uniirr thr mm ol vt tinman tc. IVnn, at thr old ard well known aland of Plumb fattro. wr.l of ihr Court llouw. Ottawa. Iirrr ihry have and inirnd to kern a constant iiipply ol (iiiK'i-nri, Provii-iona, Vc, where all kimli- ol t ouiiirv Dioduer will be tikrninriehane lor lio iiN. Iti( waiurd. i M.C. WiiiTMtN. A.S. Dt!. Poem No. 2. Yr city tnlks ami country lan, 1 We w ani lo .how you -yuieihinK new ; II r'vr auanra l.y ihr llioutninl p-niinl.. I inula and raisiiw.iuiuiui'aauil rnuuda, A lariteaini'iiiit ot whip, ami Is.hrt, Hoi luu pm,, pi,iatiieiiia.hir; Cnrn inr.il and Hour, mop linn lira, b'oomi, UfRliy in i', n-a and Inhlr spoons, b-'oking (ilafsrr, w imli.w kla, All kuidi-olsonp, a httlr cas j 'ingi-r.irpp, r, ch-vr anil all-rpice Nutaol llnirir,applr.,prachaiid rice, B.ilarauia, tra ami nails. A coiiiniini kind and llirrr hoop cedar pails, Hull hu-licl in. aaurta , tnlia aiiUchiirua, Sl'-rine i-andlrs, stars and tpurnia, ripesanil inliarcn and rignni, I'leklra ni haip lr and glura jars i ' lr in.. n mill , ,en. r ami nuinn-fa, Hiuoked liams uiid.liiiulilrracampliur&.r;ga, Salt hngn.h.rieir, boxes and wootlen bow, Nrr,r and pin, llirrnd, ukruiaud spool, Butter and l ln ci-e and pit klnl meat, Ciachrrrand rakrr and ifamt thing to tat, Cold Ijeiiirnsiii-.ciilrraud beer, Yet noihii'u ntri.ln.lio hrrr ; Suir.ir h"r, rope, and ranhrrnjnr. Cni.piiwil'-r.khni.liert l ad ami Lara, Itakra. toiler, p s-ket am) tine rornlin. A II k inda nl -ncr and inaer anil pruura, A large aiiioiiiii iHi.iou and rhors, ll't- sell ri cheap we U at ilir jews, I .itud much too nuuierour ,o luriitinn, MVII wiirih your ca.-h and UrPi aurmion, Then eallai the store our gisids can he seen Jui-l weal id the courl hone, ' ll'lllTMA.1 i DiS. .. . . I. ... rl ell- i-e V- ( 1. II. 11 U III llilr llialkcl, h n""Miiv aim retail, ni V i WIITI IhMle'n JUANO Kill - Ai.i-. 160 ACHES OF LAND yl I LA I l.U .in liter creek, 'Bim'ri -..ui Ii ol l)t:la. via: fhrnu-qnf M-rimu 34. lownvhip Jl, in range live, will he sol.l on rrn.,nahe lerni -i IV6- . 1(1 N iTr'.uia Nrllinii at Cost. T RcfT rour entire atock nf Fpriuc and sum II iurr gno'laat rost. t.. ill and fee. The h'lh' 11 price pal I lorhanrr. lu'v lft-4-v. Iln T-M .fif-iti e two ear old I or fill If rV ) good milk row., a i.l ihr cailie bo, aqnantiiyol rapi and.llli ol Joliel cut iinne. wtueli can or Ind ch-np lur r a-h Joiim llcaTim, inquire ut Iliuton and "Anns' "ore. July IS. Mutnal Piotcrlloii Life and HEALTH CAPITAL, . - $50,000 OITICEItS. in. Kline, Presitlt nl, V. Vi. Wliitmcr, Sec, Ullicet Sprinzliuid 111. Clucago 111. St. Louis. Mo. A. H. THCMPSUN, ARent, Ottawa Illinois j.aiii'r 'J Atlhur II. AJmji.L tiwu, IJ I'll LIC in net lr heiel.y given, I hi I the un rtrrr.ieii.fd, admin ii-iulnr ol ihr estate id Ar I Iiu r V. Vlagill Hrr'il , will alirnd the coumy i-uiiri oi I.i Salle emuitv.'.t a lerui iherml. 10 he licliltliatOllaua.nl md I.t .Vi lr ci.unty, and aiuieul lllinnie. on die 3 1 Monday in .Vepirnibrr ileal, wilt n 'ml whrre prrsoua Itn vi 'g cmuili sgiiu.l K il l rstair, arr lie rl.y r. qiuaird lopreacni lip- same nna-.i rnnrl lor a.iju-iiti 111 J.l.y 15 Ai.H,Pra W . M.ni'i.. A-lm'r To make a Russian nama imitate tht " tchuar " of bull frryi ht trot mean iqi) OTTAWA MAHKET. Jine 30. Win at, Winter 1,00 Sprinu, Plia'JUc. Corn, 'i.a in e.i;. Sh.lleJ 30c, Outs, 23c Uiitu r, 12jc j.r lit. I uiulotH, old 5'ic. niwl,00. Lumber char :n, M, HJ clear, $--, M, Coiuuion, iflH, M, ira! a im. Conurrtirut Clock lli-pol. )I.HMI. iireirmg 1 gnoC.it liable, alio I eaj- lilul cluck, t an obtain il rhrnp, m July H'miiA -t Drine'i. Tax .Vur. I ICK ie hereby given, that at a aale of de. A Il enuri hiiu- 111 Oitnw-a, Lit -nlie coontv. llhnoia. nn inxta snileoai tlur tuiheriiynt tlitawa. lor nryear irjj. at u. miiiiii tiec.inr ihr purchaser il llirtnll wing llr-criliril Cltv loin, and au sr. qnrnily iif.ie.ii- u 1 lie- rrruticairs lu mr, aud thai .lie time id ri-iicii.pi.on tlirrcut will expire ou the 'J.hdjyol N..v--ii.b. r, A. I). ISM I.01X, 01 L-lock J, a-. l iked l likli-wn l ot ii( Uitnnilion Ie araom afa'd. II M Htste'a add. 10 Uttawa. Zimmerman. 2 :0 Ung. tnwiiol Uitawa, liukuowo. 4 31 ' 'I 31 " " ' 4 32 a a,i Unt I. .t 70,. in tub. of swfrq, 11, 33. 3, " '"' W. BDSUKCtL. Norval's Bitters. 'pilKhfci Killers 11 rrpr.paird by tn.e of iliemoat J suceetiliil Mrihciil praetitidiirrFi'lllir kge.- lluving tierii urtl by htm Inrihr iasl liiunren vrara tin his practice) in all Uihoui Ditraeea with r null- i.t ucei-n. 'I In y are now i.tTrreil lo ihe public in- the only tellable medicine tbrmg purely vrgeia blr) ..r ihe prrmaitrlit cure of the lollowing dtara er, viz : .4 imperfect action of Ott hirer of Kidney; h'erer nn'l A'jue, Jjypejuia, hytentary, Chill J'erer, Jn'lujiioi, Liter compH Sick Uca'Uue, Jii'ermittui, Jaundice, ' v llemitteut, Iianhct, Ileliiiity, Lou ofappdite. Cold iytrtatt Stin dintatef, i-tat 1.1: CunrxitSTa, ', Wruknn, 4ec.,) of the luken. t 1. ,.,r ut the hem and satei medieines hclurt- ihe public. No Calt.inel. Qtntiiiie or Araf-i.u-111 11. tiuld hy U. L. Thompson, 'liiawa, S. J.(reenwnnil Lni-nlle. July -6111 STA TK OFlLllS'OIS, lJiSa'l7Colilvty, ts "I'm I'lujitmf the State of Uln.otB, Tamil Uiohnmtlutt Pintutt may come, md eift emllylo the next of Kin, Hrtm-at-lm. Tnd (Veiliiara of Elt ill. decd-U KEbTIXU : Wlll.lt rl AN, Alexander R Niblo. adminis trator uf the Kla.e ul fcli Hut, drceaaed. i iieairou' of rendering an account ol hut proctrd nigs as its hai'iiiiiuatraitir, and having a t-nalaet-lletiieiit. and bir lhal purpose haainadean appli cation in tile Coumy Court of La M1II1 county for a citation, lobe directed 10 ih'se who may he in terested in i-aid ct-liiw : H K, 'I'll Eli KrOHE require you in appear belore riiraaid court, at ihe court liouar at Uiniwa 111 is id rvuniy, on the Tib day 01 Aututl, IBM. at 10 o'clock 111 the fore noon, it you see hi 10 attend the final sellleiurut of aid account III Te.tini'tny Whcienl, the auhicriber, Clerk ol the coumy court ol La Salle county L. a I alure.aid line herrunlu tet In. band an at Hied the seal of laid Court, the ?ih day uf Julv, ,6'jt. July tl-tw. SaXU. IV. RiTH60, Clerl. Ilsaairi. N ClllC'AOO MAHKET. Wheal, winter l,0n1,10. Spring. 8oatl0. Corn, 4o a 48c, OatS 81uU3c K'ES I lie. Butter, 11 a 18c, fresh. July 18. MARRIED In Dayton, on the Btli Inst, by Itcv. M. R. Wliitliscjr-, Mr. Daniel l'ar aons, to Miss Jsnt Idc, M All lilNlD July S3, hy the Rev. Mr. Ran som. Mr. Osusna Aii.il, lo Mies MaaTUA C. LlSSISi allol Kieednin. DIEDltj this city, July lltb, very tran- jnuiliy, alUirailofteiing uioess, .-miss aiht AJim sMridnri. iui(-e XTHTIC'L lr beii-by pivi 11, ll.nl n ihe fust if Mnii.tav in S' lil' iii rr ttt xl, al iheSepti-m i'i l I'liiinl ilii-riiiiiiiy e. .1111 ul I, a -Salle Con my 1 I'll..e l..e llui.lenal tllei'OUII IlllllM- III I III! W i -Il .11 lib a nr. 1. urn 111 lite -aid 1 iiiiutv c-nurl. nrav vm 101 un or tei. purMiunt to ibtstfitii!e,io author. i-Pie ui jell the loili wiiipiiriciit'iti nal reifie t.-w it: 'I'll' tin. Ih id die SWA i f the nn of sec. 14 3 1 It 3,lieloto'iuK niiiie-ntAiir iilSnuil. Mackev lit c'd , Intent -md i-oiiniy, w h'-n unl wnere alt per-nuainiere-ei in nnl ri ul cinie a.e requ-Hril tniipprur aim -dew 1 ua-r.u uny inrvuuvr w-iy h 11 ' not lie st iil lor Ihe purport' ufme-uid. Iiiy I5-3iv. J ANfa.VrtNCis. A Imiuulratnr Jn Ac Mutter of th folate of John O'Uon veil, tleca. UTIC E i.hen bv giV'ii, 10 the heira-at-la w, nnri lllliltitr it' irn I 'I" runlr nl .1 hn O'lb.iiiiell, ilrcniM'il, ihni en Die 1-1 Mt inlay ol Si pteniber nrai, I "luill pit seni a pen lion tn ihe ciiiiiy rnnrl nl La ShIIi- n-untv. at a lei ill of raid enurl lln-n lo In h-dd'H. h-rthr ante nt the rhnf lite acq ir are 13, town 33. II. S.be InnRinS hi mil enmr. fur ihe nyiuriit id the drbiraud luibiiiiirs id ka id mate Maav 0'Di!iiri.i. fllrver A. Cook, mlt Julv IJ-. To tht IL ir- if lie, ntnf to all rertnnt Jn ttrnttd in tht Eetatt of (Jtnhom Burr, De- CC(IHl. TAKK notice, thm 1111 the firpi Mnntli.y of Pi p teiiihrrneii, at a lerr.itd ihe eniimy enurl nf La Halle ci I toy llhu-is ihtn lobe Imli'en. I eha'l present a petitinn Iniaul rriirl, Inr lite inle nl ihe real estate of ihe aid lieMiom I'urr, dee'd., or ro much thereof as ehsll he nrcenaiy for the pnvmenl nf the fleblaaud linbililn-s id Haiti e-tair tJnlylA-tr) II. C CM, Txerwnr 4000 Ar or Lund fiir ini, I? WDIIAHLV filualednn ihe line nfrailrnada 111 the t niiiitieinf La Halle, l Kalb, (irun tly, and Llvlugainn, which wlllbr sold on favora ble lermaolpaimeni lo actual lellh ra. A houaeand Ini lor rale In Ottawa. Mairh4-tl. Jonn I' ANTROHf RAIIOXHf nf cut and dried ainoklng tobacco VvinrMlaneaiuiiilrsiOll, clitupal . liiH-.-v 'Jl. .tm't. Estate of Thomat Louderbact, defeated. VvoTK't; isherrby given 10 all prraona having cla 11ns agiiuiri Ihe estate id 'i'homaa Louth I back, late nlLlvingrion Ci.uniy.rleriasrd.teprtK. Huoe ihe same 111 w ri mg ami file iheni in the coun ty Court nl said I. million County, on the tlnra niunilay in S-pinnbcr next, when and where said elaiii. alt's aie 11 queried in appear for the purpose ol having ihrirciauuaadjutteti according 10 law. In p S. it-3 .Mii.ijLoctitauicK.aJtn'r. Ettate of llenru Deenit, dee'd. K ALL persona having claim ana mat the eatat ol fletiry Ut-riiis, dec'n., are hereby nnuhcil and reque.tetttoirt'aeiii the inme betore the coun ty court id La .S'tlle county, on ihe 8 h day ofAti gust next, Inr the purpose ol having litem adjusted. ifii.LiAM 11. uresis, July 8. H'll.tllU &TSAWIH, xc- utr. Notice. LLperaonaindehied In me Inr clothing, sr nniiKrri to call and retile before tht first day of Auxin! next, aa my old bu-iiu-mminl bt do Tfdjip hi) Mul lime julle-liw Joan. ll-'iiiTitie -mvar a. imi w mm 9 OLD SCRAP IRON. IT. l wliicli the highest price will be paid in cash, ui ihe- nineliii.e shop, on the hydraulic lutein ( J ul) rj ) 11. 11. ruu aai.i.0. Estate of Sheldon Cadlrtll, dec d. LI. pi-rnmr having claim, agamal the enata (if rhrl Ion Catlwell, ihe'd., are hereby no lined nnil nqure'ri) to pirn nt ihe same beiuie ihu rouiity cnun "I La Ejulle rnuiity, tut ihe iwrniy. liirl dry nl August, 1M, lot thrpurpoac ul hav ing th'iii ailju-ird. julrt-fiw Sntt.pos C. Cinwti.i,, iixeealar. tiAr.hXhsscrMiO i Emerson's American Hair Rcs'oratlvo, r'tll Itesioriiigthr llairon Heads itorEi.twt.v silo, und to prevent ihe llair Iruin falling, ia wiiiiitnggiilil'ii opinion! of persons wlioair uaiiig 't. This it anew article, ircetnl) itiliin'ui-id, ia a sure thing lor llahlnesr : ami will aland the test ola discerning public. Tne proprietors have rurh ronli.h'iire 111 il that they authorise their AgatiiaiotiikeRiild rain on Gl'Alt ANTKL, I'nce l. In large bodies, i U TilouranN, Agent. C E. FISIIKII CO.. rroprietor, oit 47 Suiiertor Street, Cleveland. Ohio Mguriniil MoliissfB. IIIAVKjuai rerriveda largeainek of Hagarand Molasars winch I will sella! W holesale or Re tail at theep ittto ke bought in 1 Ait ily. Couu. try nierehai land Farmrra wishing to buy by ihu quantity an ra pirated tooall and eaamine inv atock liefnra purchasing aa I shall not be under old Main r . oppoilie Martaion Home. Apri' 13 t. r f, P. KM1TII. IADlf.il Kill ami Mnruielt'd tlurkln audilfu J v!.ttttio, 'Ar' -) 5'TS?7aj.