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GMtatoa irct (tracer. OTTAWA, ILL., JULY 13, IS61 'lie V r Mews uf tlie Wctt, Orect act".'. :tv has t re v:.i'. 1 in tie army in ami ii!vnii,.i V,"a-li:n'.i.-n tlurlng the , . ., '" - , c . - past w.a-k.ani the a..tisiiotMS rd.ub.eu tnat a ar ciMiii the rve of j;i:At j rents "' The ?r:i!.d armv i to move tor- ar,l from tlnTl'Moma under G-:i. JIc- TW..11 in th-..p pc.Ihti.s n.,e UnL-r G.-n. Tv'.er cr.e undi-r CA. HurTler and one i under Col. - lleintwinian, won to bo at j wn l " " . nei Col. ttnith, least l-0."Jsrson lV:-f:txis to U- taken i f tle 10th 111. Kc-gt., is despatched with Cist; then r.us.wM Jun.'tioii. and then ! 8 companies to disperse them. While he .-on t III. union 11' In rcrrm.'.tion of marches from Monroe towards the rebel thi it t ! thi: !-.' ;"': troops ereed camp, tluy t. al into Monroe and burn the the lVio.i...c on th? Vt!i, ..: ling lie-! car cutiinS off his retreat and destroy Lowells army to 6i complete regiments, j bridges that he can't be reinforced. He to huh ail the troops in Washington are 1 attacks the rehrls and disperses them; re te bo added. When this grand army will j tnrus to. Monroe; is attached and again be set m motion will, however, depend ; disperses them; then entrenches himself, omen hat on the movements of General 1 wheie he is surrounded by 1600 rebels, Patterfton. Ou the part of the enemy it is doubted whether he will make a stand , 'either at Fairfax or Manas.-as Junction, i tll was cei taiu that his forces were leaving j the former place on the 10th, falling back j on Manassas, while a large portion of j ' Beauregard's army was withdrawn on the tLe Oth ironi Manxsas to re-enforce Col. j Johnson, who is threatened by Patterson; ! an 1 that no advance from Manassas 'u in- j tended is evidenced by the fact that the j rebels had on the flh beeu levelling the fortt in front of Manassas, completely obstructing the roads in this direction. RicI moud is being strengthened, however, on ail bides, showing that the grand stand of the rebels is to be made there. Gen. Patterson, as stated in our last, crossed the Totomac on the 3d, and in the er.s.'a.'e:rfiit immediately afterwards at Huinesviih. where the rebels made a abort ttand, killed from CO to 100. lie sending ot any more despatches by tele then pioh.d on to Martinsburg, where he ' graph detailing movements of the army; a TiTed cn the -Uh, driving the rebels be-' a like interdiction has been received at for him after they had destroyed some j Springfield, III. 7 locomotives of tiie 15. A O. R. R. Co. j (:?- of the rebel army in Virginia The r.bels. under Gen. Johnson, being ' has resigiu d, and it is confidently stated rapidly re inforccd as they went, fell back ; lJ,at ho will join the Union forces in Wea a t"..ras Bunker Hill, wh'wh is 10 miles toil v- fr rn Myvtm-bmg, where thy made an- j On the 30th inst., Hon. Henry May, other stand, and being then son-e. lOjutW t'nioii M. C. from Md., arrived at Kich trong, evidently mi-unt to tight. Tatter- moud, and had an interview with Jeff sou who had but or 1 0.000 eff-ciive ! troop-, concluded to wait at Martinsburg f.-r re-enh r eii'.ents. These are being sent j flag of truce, and was admitted to the au to him a hist as po-,il,I,; six regiments ' gust presence of Mr. Lincoln. He re. were fo: warded to fim from Wa-hinton mained but a few minutes, and was es nn f-tl . (;1. Stowe, with -j,OU0 left coi ted blindfolded back to the rebel lines Si.dy Hook, on the -ih and is at 1'ait.ea- j bother his n.iion grew out of the visit villo. wiihin rail, so that Patterson's force j May to Kichmor.d, or what it was, is not s than alu.ut 22.000. Col. John- j nobody knows or can find out Of course son, on the other side, had also b ea j lie newspapers are therefore filled with heavily re inferred from Manassas June- J lce wildest speculations on the subject. tiou, so that bis force i3 estimated at from j ls.ttvO to 2'i,oi'o men, and 22 cannon. ; As Ottawa Boat Scxk. We see by the How so ft. rr whether at ail, Pattenon Chicago Times of Saturday, that the will a' tack Johrson, will probably depend ! new eanal boat Cuba, owned by L. II. on tho m. v mentsof Gen. McCIellan, from j Eames, Esq., of this city, was sunk in the the West, j Chicago river on Friday, with her cargo of Ia rr U r. n to this column MCh-lIau's 6,000 bushels of corn, by coming iu col- tht de.-pat. lies are a littlo muldled. ' lision with a schooner. The collision was )n the 2d. we h arn flen. McC. Lad a sharp I wholly the result of the carelessness of kirmi-h with the rebels at Laurel Hill, in j the schooner, and suit has been com Wfcstcrn Virginia, l outing them and kill- j menced against her owners (or damages. inz a number. On the day before, Gen. I Morris, in McClellans divi-ion. meets and ' Bishop Am-:?. In a late discourse to the route a r.e.-t of rebels at P.uckancon, kill-; volunteers at Camp Moiton, Indianna, in.;3i. w-mading 2-0, and taking 100 pri-1 Bishop Ames said : oners. This last place must be 12 or 13 ' T.hero has bef n' mv f'iends, one Grand m ieswestof Laurel Hid. Gen. Morris j l?!?? fiZTy PrfT,nS8, ,of .. , , - , . r. I "":c;i have not been refiorted bv tele- the.i aovanves, on the .,th, va Phillippa to graph. Jt ,vas held ami-1 the fastnesses Laurel Hill, to join McCIellan. A sijuad of the Everlosting Hills. The Kockv of tLoCd Oli'o, aj.parently part of Gen.1 Mountains presided, the mightv Missis- Mo.m command, on the oth. fall into an UrrP' Z'1 t!'e In,1't.ion' 'he Alleghany , , , A,-, , i t - i -Mountains seconded it, and every moun- ainbu-eade at Jliudle lork Bridge, cut j ta! and hill, and river and valley in this their r ay through, losing 1 man and kill vast country sent up a unanimous voice : big 2) of the eneniv. Col. Met 'ook, with I " Resolved, That near n and in.uparal,U, 2 Ohio Kosiiments. "takes possession of the a'l'h"h't has joined together, no man ,., - : , . .'Jiaa j,ut asunder. t l igo on the .in. imtheMh a courier i arrives iu forming McCIellan or Morris that j Ther. 13 .oine invaluable material in 4 cumpanu-s of the Vth Ohio r. giment are ; the Stconi i;egimentof Wisconsin, which W,i.g,,l at Ueuville, 40 miles to the south- j will ho likey to exbibit Hs availability west, bv 2,-jjL' leot ls under U. Jennings i r .i p., .rt , , - . hefc-re the cose of the war. The regiment w r-e, and two regiments were despatched j , ct- r r. , , o.i.l ixl. ..1 Mil. ."I.. L- 11 - " ' ' et I, we ac . cCie .au appai ently at : Lun ngton, near laurel 11 ill. with 6,000 ; . . ' j to 'JtiiMi n-cn, in front of au encampment .. , . . , . .... 1 .i . .. .,i . ,i . t.- - , - I t .. . , , e , , SLfklltll f-.illt.r . li unit tli-.1 r-'Jn Vt A..1..1. I C C . " - ' - J v l i . v. u v otin rs iiags. The rebels 0 pounders can't reuch JIcC, but the 12 pounders of the latterayeaiinoying the rebels. The rebels are stiongiy entieucht-d and McCIellan is t;v-i;g to dielodgethem. At last accounts, McC. had divided his force l',0"f strong, ititi '1 columns, anil woul I attempt to etorm the cutn-nihir.eiits "in the morn ing." With a few unimportant skirmishes, thi is about the &i:m of the war doii;gs of the week at the tnt. . Neit to the niovemeiits of the graud army in Virginia, the war in Missouri is the Tfcott ei iti:rg 1'roai this quarter the reports are so voluminous, that it is dilli Cult to CiiKlei.se. Gov. Jackson, June oOih, is heard of at M ji'tebello, iu South western Mls.-ouri. ext we hear of him at Tali's Mill-, being join eel by G.l-UO to 8,J-J troops unelerGen. Kaius. Col Siegel, with about U. S. treiops is in pursuit e-f him. Maj. .vturgis and Capt. I'nnce, with a'ji ui o,t,00 troops, seem to be after Gen. llaios. I-ii.L.reemeiits from St. Louis are gfin :o Springfie ld to re en force Si'f-!, wheru (Miitz Brown arrives with a regiment on t'.ie 30th. Gen. L'von, with 3, UJ men, leaves Loonviile for the S .ul.. ou the 2d, ::ud c-ii the itii forms a junction with Murgis and Prince, in M. 1. ir o , "If. On the 5th, Col. Siegt 1 ar r.ves at t -i th.ie, Zlo., and there hears of t:e presence of Gm. Hainswith C,OJ0 men 7: riiiies east, posted on a ridge, with o pices of artillery. Sijel determines to fcive him battle, and approaches withiu N.O yards, liiigagenient soon bi-coiues general in two hours enemies artillerv silenced 'and centre biuke-n. They at-t.-mpt to tlank Siegc-1, attempt defeated, aud Sie -. 1, fighting as he goes, falls back towaido Cuithage, and gains a position i.'Mr ti:e woods nrrth of the town, tho re-b.-ls euu-ibig the town. Next day Siegel f.-!l bacis on Mt. Ye; non, where i is re enforced .) O-j-i. Sivte.ie.y'si-omm vnd from Sr.riii-.'io'.d, 2Io. Another shirmish between Lt. Colonel Wolf aula largo icbci force occurred 30 miles south of SoringrM.i, h, which the latter -.vere routed, but th re p.re no par tiulais. ,A.ri.j ort at Cairo on the 11th that the rebel array at Cuithoge :ad been re en forced by Bea McCuhuch with 6,000 Ar kansas troops' and had cut SiegeTs eom inad to piece is evidently apocryphaL . ' There" ii no doubt, however, that Ar kansas Uxpa, as well as well as troop fiOiu-Meiuphis are being pushed into South vVeat Missouri,' and that Gea. Sweeney ! i and Gen. Lyon will bare their bands full "w ness in that quarter for a week or two. The shooting of Captain Howard by j Sowartl, hotel keeper at Canton, Mo., on the 4th, appear to have been little else than ! a brawl, although it has led to the pursuit Cr.piuro UI Jim vj i urn, Him - v coranlished by Gov. Wood of Quincv, with " . ' 0 men. Green got a writ of habeas con-pus at St Louis, however, and is released. Information was received at Quincy on the 8tll lhat a secession camp was formed at Salt IJiver Fork, 1 6 miles from Monroe, j d stupendous efforts are making from Quincv, Hannibal, Ac., to re in force him. Monroe is 30 miles from IlannibaL His ca-e is not considered very desperate, how- ever. A company under Capt. Tetie, of ICth III., on its way to release Smith, was surrounded near Monroe on the 10th by a body of rebel cavalry, but dispersed them. A little affair accurred at I.ird's Toint, opposite Cairo, on the night of the Sth, to enliven matters a tritle. The picket guard were fired upon by some 20 or 30 rebels. The fira was returned and the rebels fled Nobody hurt. Gen. Tillow has been susr ended in com mand at Memphis by Brig. Gen Bishop Tolk. Pillow had grown very unpolular. Gen. Fremont, commander of the "De partment of the West," is still at Wash ington. Gen. Scott on the 10th interdicted the Iavis. Next day, CoL W. Taylor, of the ' rebel army, went to Washington with a men, among whom are two jlulKire,i anj fifty wi,0 liaVe graduated at . . .- r i ii some institution of classical learning : two , , , -., , , hundred of them are lumbermen, not one in of wl'oni heve slept upon anythin solter than a saw log in half a dozen years. J ' ancan are over nve ieet ten inches htgh; ! one entire company composed of foun- i drymen and iron wojkers, and the re- i mainder of the regiment is made up of i it r. r. . . . mechanics and farmers. Yircrinia I'. S. Kenatnre. ! Washington Julv j This afternoon John S CarliU. r.r I ! i rison eountv. w.m inunimmulv ,.i,...i i- ' S. Senator for the long term, "in the jilace t of I? AT 'V Hunt r. nn.l 't ... rjy ... ... - --V....V., uti.i t tiei IllUIl !.!,.... , i Welley, of Monongalia county, in tho r,UCe tue L,uou heroes of the South, who have of h. M. Mason, short term. In addition to this, elecsions for v..iionStatn;.i, ..l..' ,.l... TI " der full head wav. and it ron.rnii.n ;J gradually extending over all Western Vir-, giuia. Correspondence af the X. T. Tira-i. 1J Soutliern frown offered to Capt.' Itiiuaparte. '; Pahis, June 2 . ! I have iut heen infmrnpil th-al il.a 1 agents of the Southern Confederacy at wiltm trf r Ti" Pro'wrtion i wiitmg to young Capt Bonaparte, former- I ly of Baltimore, to accept the position of uiu.vry j'ictotor of the Southern Confed j er.-icy nun a crown at Ills ( isnnu . wlion cter lie may eteem it neceisary to assume tlie dignity, fortunately for him. Capt. Bonaparte (as well as his grandm .ther. Madam Patterson Bonaparte.) goes f rt;e Union, and the Captain refused tlie uu e'eau and unnatural p-opositiou in the i most decideil tvav. j ernnient in the hands of the democracy A .Steamboat Puksbxt for Cairo. E S. j to wage the war for legitimate, pur Walcott, of Xe-.v York Mills, Oneida co.J poses ; or else, for the democrat to X. Y., has tendered to Gen. Prentiss, as a j withdraw from the army, and thua corn present to thogofernment, the stem wheel ! pel a speedy recognition of the Southern steamboat Princeton, owned by him, and It public. To wage this war for the ex now at St Louis, and the ofler has been termination of slavery,' what does it in accepted by the commandant at the pest: '. volve? First, the overthrow of the consti whose secretary writes: j tution, under the plea of maintaining it; I am instructed by Gen. Prentiss to reply secondly, nine tenths of all the property that a pood steamboat is and ha been in of the South consists in slave ThJ constant need at this rost. and has been ' - . " ,n sUve8- rhe,r hitherto ohtained at exorbitant rent, and vIua ,a oUar9 "d cents is placed at that, therefore, no donation to our govern- !Sht hundred millions. Should Jeff. Da ment could be m-re directly useful than j vis' army come north and burn every city, yours- hamlet, and barn in the free States the Cottox.-Two hundred car loads of cot- haT0C ,Vulf BOt comPare with the ruin ton have parsed throiich IndianaDoli. within the past week, bound to eastern ports. Whore is Mr. C C. Memminger, Secretary of Jeff DaviV Treasury? Where ia the great cotton police? The citizens of Horsetown, Califoroia, hare raised tho Stars and Stripes on a tall pole near the bridge over Clear Creek, and just beyond the flaj and staff they have erected a gibbet, with this inscription : "Salute the flag unconditionally or hang!" Gov. Harris, of Tennessee, on the 6th, ifsned a proclamation for 3,000 troop for the Confederate armv. .... . 7 sqpxwawj Are They Demented f There is not in the Union a politician more hopelessly bankrupted and broken down (politically) than Owen Lovejoy. One of the most respecable citizens of Ottawa, (L. M. Ilollister, Esq .) came with in an ace of being tarred and feathered and rode on a rail a few weeks ao, in Will county (a county which last fall gave Lovejoy SOU majority for Congress) because some wicked wag pointed him out to a i C.owel of bvsUnlers as Owen Loveioy. Tt i3 admitted on all hands that were Love ! joy to-day a candidate for re-election to Congress, he would not receive 1,000 votes in his district That a man who in a few months has succeeded in rendering him- elf so utterly odious and detested, should avail himself of the first opportunity that offered on the assembling of Congress to commit some crowning act of infamy, that (seeing no other hope of being remember ed by posterity remained) should avail to "damn him to everlasting fame," is not astonishing. vBut that the other republi can members of Congress from Illinois nould seek to share this infamy with him, and that 53 republican members of Con gress from other States should be alike demeoted, is not ouly amazing, but enough to alarm one that madness is seizing or the whole land. By Monday's proceedings of Congress we observe that Owen Lovejoy introduced the following resolutions in the House : " Jiesolt eJ, That, in the judgment of this House, it is no part of the duty of the sol diers of the United States to capture or return fugitive slaves "Resolved, The Committee on Judiciary be instructed to inquire into the expe d:ency of repea realin- the law commonly'"1 ou.1 t,ie document, is the merest bol itive slave law." j dmlash in the world. To say nothing of called the fug The drift of the first resol .lntinn ia nh. .lution 1SOD ia Maryland viou- In various instances and Virginia, as well as at Cairo, fugitive . slave, have sought shelter among the U. S. troops, and in all cases, where it has ' appeared that such slaves had not been employed by the enemy for warlike pur- ... . . 1 poses, ttiey have been returned, on 1 ppli- -.r j. -i .... . . canon, to ineir masters, mat this was a nig private property, is attempting to de vastate'and scourge the South by sending among them bands of freebooters and marauders. "o one has objected to tbo performance of the duty by our military commanders, but the most rabid and de mented negro stealers of the North. Tha second lesolution is a natural sequence of the first. Army fficers hare recognized the duty to return fugitive slaves because the constitution and the fugitive slave law enjoin it. A simple expression cT the '.fiuton of Congress that it is not the duty of the "soldiers of the U. S." to do what Co.igress has made the particular business of marshals, might not be fcuilicient to ciuse them to discontinue the pra tice. Oiiicers might have an opiuioa of their . - t.,.1 i, l : own, as Gon. Butler had, in opposition to Gov Andrews, of Mass., on this subject Lovejov and sixty o.ld republican mem- joy ana sixiv oia repuMican mem bers of Congress therefore propose to t:i ike the business of slave stealing imperative not only on the soldiers but the whole North, by repealing the fugitive slave law. And now, what a spectacle is this! The President, in his message, bases his hope i for the preservation of the Union upon the assumed fact that in all the Southern plaiu and obvious dutv can be denied only awkwardly constructed as to be utterly i., be euteted in. Kach hor can be eutereJ and ' 'st Premium $10 ) Plate. on the assumption that the United States unintelligible. We re amn.ed that so JJn 'sZVr T V,rm5.um' 7 " government, instead of waL'io war on the - iu-m as lr. atvuiU, to whom bn v.,r.i in which tiieentrv pmpom-d io be ; 4(.r M, n,Yitu. Ill V If "w .'n.Km.n known maxims of civilizedUons reject- document in common courtesy WSs ; '1 "SSS? States, "except perhals South Carolina," priving a Slate" o! any conaViTuTioMal i.t, zl Z iuT::". . ' ' . 1 5 Z 3' gentium ........ 20 t0 the majority of the people are opposed to it iil reeeivejiosuj.poit iroin me of either j .!W.V, i.u,m;tr- Chai !e, Ryan Clin- 1 , ,7. J om-niiUe 1 racy Stroud, Can disunion. He thinks bv crushing .Jell' '"n or uioiiey ; on the c-ntiarv, my tit in ; ton. Io ; Al.-x. Cu-ui. G.ihsbui 'ill ' S l ' wl T 1 to'" JxckI)0rt' 1 1 ' - A Davis and his army, these Union men will f,ld de-id.-d opposition. So lon as it nn.y ; !amble, Llooiuin-ton. ' ' ' '''i toulou, , . . . . . . be IleCSsai'V to kivii nn m-ii.v in ll. ti. l.i . ' oer.aot the terrorism wh.ch now over- awes them, will be ubla to seize the reins of government, and bring back those States to their allegiance. To aid theso Union men ia every way, then, by demonstra ins .v, L ... .u.. . i . 1 . 1 prehensions of danger to their proj t-rty from a republican administration are im aginary, and that all the constitutional guarantees for its security are to be rigidly enforced, is the first and plainest duty of the government. And now how is this done ? The most odious man to the South in Congress rises in his place and offers a resolution to strike down the only clause in the constitution which protects the South in their property and in a house ! niiero uruuauiy memoers wer nrea- t.nt Ci Totc fo; lh e riroposition , And thi. with a fuU COMSciol,rsu of tL diJt, . , , " BU'1 ' UP" uiiiu.i mum 111 nio ooum. nau me rei;ei ; w-... vjien. xancrson ai .uar- j tinsburg and cut his armv utterlv to peieees, the result would not have Leen ; more disastrous ir. tl. T,;r, u ! .i - it . rownlow, ana Holt, and Carlile, and all - ' been daily pledging their lives to their i.t... ui: - .rpuiuu goTe.umem ill Washington mean no hostility to the s-jUtl'er" people, . but will rigidly and I i honestly respect and enforce all the con- ! .-. . , . : j stitutionai guaratees for the security of ; '; their slave property, stand up after a vote ' m Congress like thi? If 61 republican ' mthers of Congres, at a time like this, will oust Kiieh a. vnttn irlmt u-;il .1.. thirds republican not do should ther majority in that body rebellion be suppressed ? It is our honest conviction, after such an expression as to the objects f pression as to the objects for which this war is waged by the republicans, that if such madness is to bo persisted in, but two chances remain for its termina tion within the next ten years. The first is, to hurl the republicans as speedily as possible from power, and place the gov- the d-structlon 01 slavery involve to the South. Proclaim this as th object of the war, and it can never end while a living max remains in the seceded States. We support no such war the demo cracy of the Xorth will support no such war. In the well founded terror of tho South for the safety of their property on the accession of a republican administra tion, the democracy sympathize with them, and, to allay their fears, strove with them to extort from Northern fanaticism ikw guarantees for the security of tbeir pro perty. But when the South commenced the war upon the government the demo- craey could no longer excuse them. They eeuld not afferd to bear the government broken up. They will aid unanimously to crush secession, but not to trample en the constitutional rights of the South. Their hope is in the Union men of the Southern States. They will stand by them in all they ask short of secession. But if the Union men of the South are to be crushed, then rather secession than a war of exter mination between the sections. In a word, j wo nnrWstnnd Ih. lomrnttn t.nvilion t 1 - - will lepar a reaaonuble effort to attend it. A cor- be this: lhey sympathize with the South dial invilution in extended to Ladies and Gentle in their complaints aiainst Northern fanat- nie'' throughout the Union and Canada, to be pre- M t mriii fiiiniiRii Kir the IilMtMi rironiitim tnrmA , lcsi tney aenounce tne Kepublicans as the principle authors of the troubles, and they j oppose secession as an unjustifiable reme-2 dy Hence, they will go so far as to pro- tect the Government from destruction and anarchy, but no fu.ther. The President's Message. The Message of President Lixcolk, at the opening of the present extra session of Congress, will be found on our outside form. It will be eagerly read, of course, on account of the extraordinary circum stances under which it was proposed ; but any one who expects to find it a docu- ment at all worthy of the occasion, will oo eauiy disappointed. All it contain might have been embraced in a few sen- secession, thrown in annarentlv to length- - o lne neeuiessness ot an argument III such j . i ,r , . , Place to I'rove wliat few seriously dis- ! Pute thero ' scarcely a law student in ! u .i-.,,. . tne country but could have presented the ca8e more clearness and ability. As . . . literary production, it is the faultiest a d sliabit document of the kind ever pre- c,n.l t. ( tv, r v-e'"3- lfw "mrin.r" nn.l m.ra - ? i0. -.e certainly submitted, would peini'tit to go betjri! Congrtr-i witln ut droing it tip. It will be a lut.d ot 'amu' inei.t f. r Sou 11. ern ed.tois lor the next ix nuiithv Itcspcnaea to I.owj.j' devolutions. The infamous resolutions of Uven Love-" joy in Congress, equivalent to a declaration that the present war is prosecuted fr the destruction of slavery, and sustained by a ...v.-. j ,-MinjMj i-uarges mat. nie pres- urounasnir iiiciciiiiimwiaiiiiii oi tne multitude j warning iommtuee j. i,. rarinife, 1 eo- eu iiip writ OI habeas corpus. Which latter i ! ent war was commenced by the rebels, by .iJis will 1 be at XuVnal ieTm o"e tTtw ; r': e'.'nu Ju,lk,s. Galena; V alter Carr, ; the King of England would not do. He the bombardment of Fort Sumter, and dollars per dar. Theie are'inT gooVlioieU "in St-Louis- . honored the Chi.f Justice for the ground ,i, ., i, r the citv which, in coniieciiou with private house. C1.A? !. taken by linn against it. 1 he President men recommends the raising ot 4(1.0tK wjl Iluke -ni,e ,,repuratidua to accommodate all FASTEST TROTTING GELDING OR FILLY, WHICH had gone even beyond that proclaiming men.and the appropriation of $400,000,000 . who attend the Fair. F 1KtmU) r0R "unevos a regular j martial law, a thin.' not in the con-f tu- ! for the suppresson of the rebellion. The I j,?of,LAHe l.t Premium $50.00 Cash. 'Tbii, w'' l ". 1 passed rennttinrr the duties majority of the republican niemb. rs in the ; ,,e ,"u "',"l"'- A premium w.ll u.,t beaward !,,. l... : , i , ed It the annual be looulit uriMoribv. tlioub House. ha alrea Jy e.icted responva from ; tiiere be u, c.,n;.. :,t The ae of all i.mi-U the I. UiOn men in the slave states. The 1'nii.n le.iisljiii,.. r V. ir, , Llilun Legislature of a, at Wheeling, o-i Wednesday, adopted the followin-' ie-o!u- c tins: MVierti, one Owen Lovejoy, a member from Illinois, Las. oilcied a lesolution in! the l.ons of l'..,.,.,.tiiv !.-;.... r - i- . r--- ' ......Hi; iui its object the it-peal of the fugitive slave : 'law, therefore L it j ' . 1:-J- '"'at our Senators in Conprsa tie in-uucieu ana our JieuttsentatiAe. i- : i quested to vote a-'alnst said reo utioi.s. or f any . ther like object. The Hon C. A. Wiekl lle. one or the most t at rest I'nion men in K.ntuckv. speaks to tlie same puipoe. He :tv: "I wish ta be tii.-timtly understood "pen this subject. Miould the proaent "sume TurI,OM' u l il'' '" the aooiiiiou oi slavery in tne .lale. or ul le- ta d.fend the Capital and" prce, ve the! Government from the as.-ai.lis of its ei,- ! rides, foreign or domestic, it must be sus tained no longer." -c.r.,- ti i - . .- EtBort The only ponits ot intereat ,n the news Irom Lurone ior the nnst week are the death of the Sultan of Turkey, who is succeeded by UU brother; the death of the Lord Chancellor of England, I ami the alarming state of the health of! the Pope. Napoleon still withholds his j wnnilinn nf IfQ!.. Tl . i. e reco nition of I alj. 1 he nevy ultan of j lurkev. it is ssiil m'iii.ii.ik i, s l .i.i a ;... ornua tn r ' ,7.1 .17 l l I :i, . i u . . . KICK man. wlnrh ih intrmnl... n. niore trouble in Svria Llvt , ,, Ut showa Lrealstufl4 finnel, aIlll UMe T 7" f I I ,B C" tluUe fVOrabI- l , . ! Te",b,e Worm at Kockford ana Frecport. . - ...... Fiii-Ei-oitT 111 Julv 9 ' a tornado passed over this eitv vester- dav about noon. Its conrs n-I. from 1,01 l lWtt lo l,utluart. The wind blew a gale for over ball mi. hour, and the rain poured ia tortei.ts. ... j ... j. an .iu ii;eil.-e MIllOU of damage was done, but no lives weie , , los, or persons hurt Ti e Epiacopal chureh was blown down, iauUisa peilect wreck The ileth. dist I c;.uri-l, ,4 ,nl-.-V UlUOoied. Tlu. U-eieleP House is ii.u tlv unroofuel: also. P.iii lilrw-lr & Handel s building, a block above. The lkaa,,e ""roaa round-liouse is in ruin, and Hie freight houe injured. The Ga- ,ena freight' Lous, is partially unroofed, and their large bridge over the Pecatonica completely carried otl 1 he Illinois Cen tral nanroau oriuge over l el low Creek is also gone. A large number of barns and private hotn.es are unroofed or blown down entirely. A good deal of damage was done in Bydott and Silver Creek townships, but no lives are lost to far as heard from. BorKror.n, III. July 9. A terrific storm of rain and wind passed over this place yestt rday about noon, un loofingitlid blowing down buildings, and hurling everything t the ground with which it came in contact. The damage done to buildings and other property in town is variously estimated at from ? j(J. 000 to $75,000. The damage to farm pro perty is very great, grain of all kinds being levelled with the ground. No lives were lost as far as heard from. Secession Account of a Union Victory. The Xew Orleans ricayune of the 21st publishes, with all the prominence that disylayed head line ean give it, the fol lowing despatch : " Highly interesting from Missouri Complete defeat of Lyon's forces Three hundred Federalists killer5 and seven hundred taken prisoners- Large quantity of ordinance captured The St. Louis Dutch to be drowned. " Memphis, June 20 A reliable gentle man from St. Louis says that Gen. Lyou's force was completely defeated at Boon ville by the Missourians. " The Federal loss in killed amounted to three hundred, besides seven hundred taken prisoners, Gen. Lyon included. Six cannon and several hundred stand of arms were taken. "The steamer Iatan, of the expedition, was sunk. "Two hundred Federalists were killed and wounded at Dansas City on Monday, and three hundred taken prisoners. Four thousand secessionists were ex travagantly joyou at St. Loui. Blair two regiments from up the river were ex pectep. The Southerners would rise on the night of the 19th to Drive the Dutch into the Mississippi river." Could anything be more extravagantly misrepresented? THE GREAT NATIONAL HORSE SKCO"W And Ladlss Equestrian Fair, At Ottawa, Sept. 3d, 4th, bth, and 6th, 1861. We give below the Premium List, at al so the Rules and Regulations of the Natio nal Horse Show to be held in this city in September next. Regulations, te. TI1IS exhibition is designed to exccll anything j ol the Kind ever given, in iiie miteu jmsus, ana , 1 he grounds eiecied are siu.ciou, and a splendid Tg&Z Cn'llu iu c nS ruction to make it what it should be. .eats tSfXS over 20,f0n peron,' The occasion will be enliven- ed with splendid Lamls of Music. The graceful cxei Mute in I.aot KgnsTniANS will form one of the most at t active features of the Kxhibition. Equestrians w I ap air in costumes to suit their own taste and e nveuience. ' The liberal prizes offered for com p iili-n in tliia Class will secure the attendance of t.i" best l.adv Kidera iu tlie .Northwest. E ich I.ndy will be accompanied by a gentleman. The premiums will be awarded to th best, nottha fast -st rider. No running will ba allowed. The Silver Plate odered as prwmiuma ia of the first quality of treble plate, and manufactured ex pienrtly for this Fair br the celebrated firm of i:oc K is. J-mitii X Co., Hartford, Conn. Matchkd Tkotting. Opportunity will ba giren f ir Matched Trottmu on each day after 4 o'clock, SO 'h.it all can trot to their hear is' content. flieuts are heini? made in . ! .....I ,.n ,h. ' ? V '" '.cles, and tin urns attending stoek fhiooedfrrer-i..,..r ! ubjett to the u-.Uai iuUiu..-... ' j WmZZTcZ HZiS rt'T. 'r m-Hre lliurMlav noon, upon the payment of All.SUK-k regiMeied asaho.e will be sold ' , oUThnrda ai.b Kn.iav. fr, i to a o tl., k e V . A.n C'"r be in au.nh.nce. who will aha'ue a reaonuble compensation for h service j ;,.Kri. x.,tk. -The SecreirT' ntlice wdlbe " ,"re .i j hoh n i e pt. ji, wi.en the bus int iiliicf mt ill ti at th tip tir.. v.d..a! -nterm,; anMi.al. f..r premium, will confer rial f ,ro" "-e Commiiue by maku.K il,eir ' en.lr-T " writurv i ill.ce at o tatlr lr, ucli can be done peooually or by mail. Care h uid be t. ke t t SI a:e nlam It the' name i,f th. . - ex-e to le lelt nlone. tii5.tttied o-otherwise. .Safety! re j .ire-, a -fiiri ei.treemei.t if il.it ru!-. and evtry i h t-- ( nti d in vi -laiioti i.( it ,vi!I be renioted from 1 t' e ;r..ut..l.t Al bi.Mi.l-iip ni the (irnnn.ft f.,r ' e bibitiou il tie u.ul.-r the c-mlrol of the Kxecu- viid. ttii.K- ir poi.t-.ble care tln-.r n.etv. Hi Hirectui r will iu .s.ble fur -. accident that mar . . i wni be .nkii .r r , Kill fcllij. unlit.' ! i". c se be reiot. occur ... t-rui!t or anitisult. The (iates wfil be oiic.i xt o'c'.K-k each day, when ererv officer it j expected to Le at hi M.t't. The Awarding Com ; luitlrT ate iriiie-tel to r.i ott tliPmlvrt at tlie ; ecietai'iitli -en o'clock, no il.at i a.-.incipj tan ! be li'led, slmiil I ant ..ocur. N.. j.ertoii lu it un i b bitor a i C at Ju.lire in I'll... in -I. ...I. ; 7 .1'. '' n"V 4" -'"; " commuted u "le uuanuarv oi tne ear in winch foal- ied .1 te t . 1 sp ed wiU be .gaiut trae. though ! t,,e "'-'' .ai e..d off more llian one horse ata J t;me. if the l.uitl.i aie agreed. ; .. ... ., ,..... i t:..t j . n. .. . . ...... . . n.,5, ior one : ''"'" ' w!" ,l'r "n or in rariaiae. 25 i :. w' ' f" . w "" at ,ie.ure. j uo i,r evuner-ou. .vuunllai.ce to M-at.t In ct extra Ui.e .!r t horse cm-ae. ,th thednve"-," l,e a-lm.t rd t.. t':e (roundaon ihe parment of 5o.t. !i:ir,,7'r1"V:ii,.,,r J..u'u',r ,,d "Jcr' iJcli- V " .,, . .V .-T.i . ' . a ' i nit umiiiiiiih" vi r v '"' ur li IJIMJCr ail rr- o ti T t 1. V- " " (uii. all t-iin i.-f i.i : j u ill ih- Cliar k;ti. ir., .... " r... . .-. .. . Th -ale of Li.,u rs oa the yrouu.I, it exi.relv nx-hibiled. Prem urn List. CLASS A. e.....io.3 ... j. riyja. toiR ins. old ; i .. t. ' " . ' CLASS r.. STALL IONS nOAW-TM:?. FOLK YEARS OLD AND Ct'WAUIiS. 1st Premium .2.j.n0 Cah. -il l'remitim lKUO Awarding Committee - Lowrv Matthews, St Louis; Tlio. I'lummer, Hock Island; II. II. Yate-, Chicairo. CLASS C. STjLLIOXS For. all I'I r. 05E3, three yiw. old. Premium, fJHW Cash. - '1 'tt-,,)iul " Awarding Lmnnntter G. I Collins, Ken- tUn Co. ch:is p,ro,.Sltl) Grundv Co.; Tho. i . .... ro.n rr 4S5 D el.V..T l. stallions For. all i t urosta. two yrs. old. Ui Vlurn ..$15.WCb. - - - ............. . .u.vv H Shaver, La Koliert S.ruwn, La SalleCo, Chas. atone. Marshall Co. t-L.iw n.. ' rremitim $!0.t0 Cash. '2d Premium 5 KJ " Awardtna ( 'mmii're II. II. Wilsie. Gales burg. Ill: Jacob Fish horn. I.a Salle Co.: t j Samuel Mi;!iken, La S.d!e Co. CLASS 1 SINGLE CARKIAGE IIOIIrE IX HARNESS. Ist Premium j0.00 Cash. - I I remiuni. Awarding CoiniititUc Li)00 Henry Graves, Chi- eago. 111.; Hon. Churchill Colling, Teru, 111 ; Bl. COOK, JOIU'l, ill. CLASS G MATCHED CARCIAGE HORSES. 1st Premium $(30.00 Cash. 2d Premium, 40.00 " Awarding Committee P. IL Morgan, Chicago; J. L. Coats, Chicago; D. JL Wetherby, Grand. Detour, 111 CLASS II. CP.0OD MARES, WITH SAMPLE OF STOCK. 1st Premium, $25.00 Silver Plate. 2d Premium, 15.00 " Awarding Committee Franklin Bruner, La Salle Co.; Xathan Hardv, La Salie Co ; A. D. Butterfield, La Salle Co. CLASS I. GELDINGS OR FILLIES, THREE TEARS OLD. 1st 'Premium, $25 00 Tlatc. 2d Premium, 15.00 " Awarding Committee Luth. Martin, Gales burg, 111 ; C. T. P. Buck, Aurora, 111.; P. L. Y. Ashton, Earlville, 111 CLASS J. GELDINGS Ott FILLIES, TWO YEARS OLD. 1st Premium, $20.00 Plate. 2d Premium, 15.00 " Awarding Committee Josiah Shaw, La fcalle Co.; Isaac Iloag, Grundy Co.; Abra- iiam llolderman, Oruiiuy Co. . .... CLASS K. GELDINGS OR FILLIES. ONE TEAR 01 n '1st Premium, $15.00 Plate. 2d Premium 10.00 " Awarding Committee John Dounah, La SalleCo.; II iram Baker, La Salle Co.; Irenus Brower, La Salle Co. CLASS L. SUCKING C01T. lsbPremium, $25.00 Plate. 2d Premium, 15.00 " Awarding Committee O. Walker, Prophets town, III.: Thomas Herford, J. B. Barnes. La Salle Co. ' CLASS M. PAIRS OF DRAUGHT HORSES STRENGTH. DOCI LilV, Ac, BKIXt TUK TK?T. 1st Premium, $30.00 Plate. 2d Premium 90 Oft Awarding ' Committee Amos Bosserman, La SalleCo.; John Blackburn, La Salle Co; John Carry ea, La Salle Co. CLASS N. FASTEST . TROTTING HORSE, GELDING OR FILLY, , - . L'NDEg SADDLE. htPrem.um, $30.00 Casb. "d Premium, 20.00 " Awarding- Committee Edward Moore, Chi cago; H. D. Colvin, Chicago; Ja.. Akins, Mendota, La Salle Co. CLASS O. FASTEST PACING Olt RACKING IIORSK. OFLDINR OR FILLY, UNDER SADDLE OR TO HARNESS. 1st Premium $40.00 Cash. 2d Premium, 20.00 44 Awarding Committee Duncan Carter, St. Louis, Mo.; E. J. Hempsted, Whiteside Co.; J. D. Becket, Chicago. CLASS P. GENTLEMEN'S' SADDLE HORSES. 1st Premium, $15.00 Cash. 2d Premium 10.00 " Awarding Commitue C. Nedham, De Kalt Co; A. B. Hitchcock, La Salle Co.; J. L. bow, Grundy Co. CLASS Q. FASTEST TROTTING STALLION, TO HARNESS. 1st Premium, $100.00 Cash, 2d Premium 50.00 Acardi,g Committee Thomas Goteer, Ken- dall, Co ; Charles Robinson, Chicago; J. O. Humphrey, Chicago. CLASS R. FASTEST TROTTING GELDING OR FILLY, TO HAR NESS. 1st Premium, $100.00 Cash. '. -U 1 leilUUin, Oit.OO " Awarding CmmitUc General Singleton, Quincv. Ill; U. II. Knight, Chicago; L. Utley, Pontiac. CLASS T. fastest DOUBLE tkam. REGARDLESS OF COLOR ' . 't 1 remiurn, . .1 Premium,.. f.(i(tn r-.t, 2j.00 Awarding ihmmittec J. McNulty, Alton; j C. W. Lander. Elooniington ; John Ham- , breck, Princeton. ! J CI SS U ! ' " ' ; gentlemen equestrians. "'LASS V. STALLIONS SHOW ING PEST FIVE COLT THREE YEARS OLD AND L'NDKK. 1 1st Premium, $0.00 Tlate. ; 2d 1'iemium 2.W ' , t, i Tl. ' ,-1a W'" twittrt L. B. Stdes, D.XOn, Til . : A P...L . II..... Tl. ir:l ler, tuincy. CLASS W. THiP.orou brkd stai.i.ions. roua years olo a no if Auns. it i rem'.um, ?.m.uij tash. 2d Piemium 2o 00 " Awarding Committee P Uonlevy. Ottawa; owner of Gen. Gilford, '"anton 111 "-"i- .iniKitiii, n.ia-j. jir uamuiK, ' . 7 i CLASS X. ! TROTTING TAXDIM. ' tt rrrr. :..,, jr. rn i c i. b ! ........ .... .............. -j . j 2d 1'remiuni 2-i.W " : A.rard,n; Committer Wm. Loomis. Chi- We.W P-r I II .Ir.h... . . ' ' -v.....!, U ood.tock. CLASSY. ?0V ,,:vl'ES.TRIAStf rI"EEJ! YEARS OLD rNDER J1 1 reuuum r-'iw 1'Ute it -d Premium. 15.00 d Tremium lo.Oo " Awarding Committee Charles Eronson, ; firundy Co; L II. Eames, La Salle Co.; K. . E. Goodeil, Jolic-t. CLASS Z. lll TliLE RILING. lit Premium $50.00 Plate. -d Premium 30 00 ! CLASS A 1 ! lady kutestkians. ; 1st Tr lady's extra fine enamelled ! hunting ease English lever Watch j and Chain, set with diamonds, $2J0 ; 2d Pr Fine English lever cold hun- ; ting case watch and chain, j 5,1 Pr Full Tea Set silver plate, 4th do do I 5th " do Uo i oth ' S.lver Plate, ' 7th " do 150 To 75 75 60 40 AMrdinj Committee K. K. Swift, Chica i go; H. I. Col vin, Chicago; L. P. Sanger, ; Joliet; Col. Burtis, Iowa; James Aiken, I Mendota; J. B. Preston, Locknort; Geo. C. Campbell, D. P. Jones. Ottawa ; J. G. Ja cobs, Supt. C. It. I:., Amboy; H.Gould, St Louis; II. I). Bracket, Galesburg. Congress, Congress met at noon on the 4th. In : the Senate, 30 members answered to their ! names The credentials of Lane and I Pomeroy of Kansas, Browning of 111., and McDougal, of Cab, were presented, and they were sworn in. Laue and Pomeroy j drew for terms, when Lane drew the short term as Senator from Kansas. Lane, in conseqence, resigned his seat, and took the oath as Brigadier in the armv. Stan- ...... c - ton. Walker's Seeretarv .Hnr f k-r,., has boen aDDointed in his dace. , . . . . I . , . . -, , n the house IoO members were present, j Two ballots were had for speaker, the; second resulting in the choice of Grow over F. P. Blair. Ex-Congresman Ball, of Ohio, was elected Sergeant-at arms, and Ira M. Goodenow, of Xew York, Door Keeper. On the 5th, in the Senate, the standing committees were appointed. Sumner is chairman of. foreign relations; Wilson of Military Affairs; Trumbull of the Judi ciary, Fressenden of Finance, Ac. Mr. Wilson introduced tho following bill : A bill to ratify and confirm certain acts of the President for the suppression of in surrection and rebellion ; a bill to author ize tho employment of volunteers to aid in enforcing the laws for the protection of tne public property ; a bill to increase the present military establishment of the Uiiit'd States; a bill for providing for the better organization of the military estab lishment; a bill to promote the efficiency of the army ; a bill for the organization of a volunteer milit.a force, to be called the United States National Guard. In the Horse. Mr. Chandler gave notice of a bill " to confiscate the property of all Governors of States, members of Legisla tures, judges oi couru, and all military officers above the rank of lieutenant, who shall take up : rms against the govern ment of the United States, or aid and abet treason. All such individuals to be for ever disqualified from holding any office of honor, emolument or trust in the gov ernment. Such property to be applied to restore to the Union men in the rebel States any losses they may have suffered. Mr. Va'Uandigham gave notice of a bill to repeal the tariff act of 1861, and revise that of 1853. Mr. Stevens gave notice of a bill U re peal all the laws creating ports of entry in seceded States; also, a bill for holding a Lmted States court in Wheeling, Va. Saturday the death of Mr. Scran ton, of Pa., was announced in both bouses, and no business done. Monday, July 8th, no business worth noting was done in the Senate. In tho House the standing committees were an nounced. ThaeL Stevens, of Pa., is at tho head of the Ways and Means, Washburn, of Cemmerce, Hickman, of Judiciary, Ac Lovejoy introduced his resolutions, no ticed elsewhere, getting 64 votes in favor of their consideration. A large number oi bills were introduced, which will be tnore particularly noticed as they come up for action. Among them was one grant ing bounty lands to soldiers ; another for a general bankrupt law. Xc. A resolution was adopted, that the House will, during the present extraordinary session, only consider bills and resolutions concerning military and naval affairs and financial affairs connected therewith. Tuesday, July Oth, the death of Senator Douglas was announced ia both Houses, and no business done. Wednesday, 10th, in the Senate, Mr. Wilson's resolution to legalize the acts of the President in calling out volunteers, &c, Ac, was taken up, and elicited a pret ty sharp debate. Mr. King said he was willing to sustain a.u mo acts oi ine 1'resid. - -1 will nuum . .l i.i mo, omtgat er Mr. Lane would sanction no peace until the death of all the ai ine.l ir.it,.., .. i . j lead the rebellion, not timplv by the steel of soldiers, but a felon . death by tU halter. , Mr. Kenneuy said he was still more op posed to coercion now than before. They j might fight for twenty years aud not re- i construct the Union. Mr. Polk spoke against the resolution, j and said the President made-this war,' which Congress alone had power to do. and had increased the army and suspend-1 on arms imoorted l.v th States cira ih i 1st of January last and till January next j Adjourned. " ' In the House a bill for a loan of SW.o- ' Oi it i I u y k .. ... -. ' i I uv'.',wi Tit jui ujjoii us pa-sie Mr. Jiurneu (fcessiotiit of Ky ,) said ; representative of Ky. he t-hould oppose bv ! as a 1 v.s u vote every movement tor the prosecution of this war. Mr. Malhn v of i Ky., protested against the remarks of his ' ! bv a large majority to support the gov j ment of the I'. S. in this war The I wa k,. !., colleague, and said Kentucky had decided ; ern- ; bill ; was pasted by only five votes in the nega- tite. A bill similar to the act against nullifi cation in 13:J. called the force bill, pro viding for collecting duties on shipboard. Ac, was pa-sed. The loan bill provides for an imm.-diate loan of ?2-i'i..ri,iH(, but makes appropriation of five hundred mil lion dollars, and enables the President to accept volunteers not exceeding 6'Ki.UH It also provides franking privilege to Colonels, Lieutenant -Colonels. Ma tors" Ad jutaots, Quartermasters and Captains. 1 - A SllrMlVTAlvorm P.. .. 1 . explosion on a Western river, a passenger i was thrown unhurt into the water, and at once struck out for the short, blowing like a porpoise. He reached the bank almost exhausted, and was caugnt by a bystatid- ; er, anl drawn out panting " Welb old fellow," said 'his friend 'had a pretty narei lime, en : " Ye yes. pretty hard, eot.sider.n'. : "J"v uoiii it ior myseil, tfiough : was - a worleir. for one o them insurance com- ; panies in New York. Got a policy on my u:e, arcu i waniect to save em. I didn t care LECTURE TO LADIES. Ou Monday After noon July 2 o'clock I. 31 " Iir. C. M. FITCH, of Chicago, 1RHLe.tur.la LIGHT t.lMICD III LI. Ottawa, l"pon the caue of the ILL HEALTH OF AMERICAN" WOMEN. Lecti re to bp. to the Ladies Ext lcsively. ADMITTANCE FREE. A full attendance is respectfully invited. ! Dr. Frrva be i the Gr ger lloa-.. , Ottawa, da- f-ri.-.t M.ndmy. July 2-.-d, hrn fe m:iy b. cotii-tej ly al tlie drsirirj Lis advice. V will a'o e xt Vr- 1 I itrh mtiftt r. a-ra tn a ll , .. t- r a - r .. ... UI m, iorKr p4. t:n;i i may ra ke it enarr meat to call upon him, ; whether er not tl.ey n.ay hi-, in neJ of I.i5 pr.ifes.ior al ! cricci. Consultatietii i'rrr. P;i-nu wl.o may place thraitclTct under Dr. FiUh' tit-annen! on tin- prefcnt ! ccation, w.ll continue to c-rrr?pond wi.b him in Chi- I caco wicficu: Jii.unxl churg? j 1801. 1801. War, War, War, Tlie Latest War News from Waaliiiigtoii. ml .? w 'coroiiklv nrrled mil and ICebelft broueln IuJiimuc Ur llie irt of October. , jrOoa JNews For All, M. Whitest one & Bro. i Harinf opened the Great Onited States Clothing House! FORMERLY OF XKW YORK CITY, j Would respectfully announce to the public and atran prrs in Et-nrral. who ars now in search of barraini. I that they wu!d do well in jiving , , c,i before lay- ' itia elehere.ai we art dt-rn.,.. nn. . k. ..' i Vei To' oZ' J or "y "h"yi'y"' f ! I - or. our stock comprise! roods of the latest ' ! tyle.. ,ucl. as B "," ! .... . - - . ....... u ii v . . uv uuu.r- 1 i Clott.inir of the rtrv best mat t!i ..... . .... - V.p W. K.I IC..UI1I, II ... . ,. - vAiyr. usjet .nu icon uutiDcr euiu. At manufacturers prices. r- . .. . . ' " " "no we" I hUKMSHING GOODS. AU of which cannot be equalled in make, quality or price. N. B. We are thankful to all those who have already giTen us a trial to show that what esay we mean, an J also for their speedy return to our Store to purchase fur the second, thiid and fourth time. A'.l those who doubt the truth of our selling so low s ould do well to (ire us a trial, )n the UMOX Style. Before buying elsewhere as we are determined to ie'1 at all h-iard-.. and if you would but spend a few mo ments eziminins; our stock we could post you oa goods Ten if you don't want to buyj that would learc in as tonishment. M. WIIITESTOXE & BRO. Great United State Clothing House, Madison street, between Eormhals Umpire Saloon, and Drew's Agricultural Warehouse and Sted Store. Ottawa, July 13-6m. Instruction in 11 nlc. Prof. Chas. L. Simon, af Clark Seminary, Anrora, III., takes great pleasure in informing the citizens that he is about to make his home in Ocuwa and ready to accept scholars upon the Piano Torte, Ifelodeon or Or gan, also instruction? in thrrnuitn Bass and Composi sitioni. Hit reputation as a first class teacher and composer is well knoan all over the State, he receired his musical education in a German Academy of Munich and assures full satisfaction. Inquire for particulars of Prof. E. Frank Ford. EMraycd or -I olen. From tbe subscriber, residing on the plank road about six miles north of Ottawa, on the first ir St., A Sorrel Colt, two years old, two hind feet white, (one to the feUock joint the other white only en the inside to the same joint.) with a white star in the forehead, and a white stripe about an inch wide running down to the ns, growing wider and running into one nostril ; long in the legs, and in good condition. I will pay a liberal reward f..r anv information that will enable me to re cover the colt. Address, July 18 Swp. T "03. no WARD, Ottawa II. Caul i n. All persmi are hereby oautione I not to harbor or trast my wile Mrs. Wesley Walden, living in the loan of Farm lodge, LuSalle county, Illinois, or any oue of I.er family, as for good and sufficient reasons I am no longer l:ving with said woman, nor run r vin K. ly er otherwise be held resonsiblo for or to pay any debts contracted by her er theta. Ottawa, July 13-3WB. WESLEY WALDEN. 7naf Settlement. STATE OF ILLINOIS, tlmntu af I.a. Salle, sj..- The J'eopU ef the Mat of lUinoi. tn all tn tclutm thru vrrttmui may eomn.and etpeciall i to tienrtn Of Kin, , hein-ntJatc, and creditor! of William J'arr, rfe I teased: ' 1 7 HERE AS Pamutl Parr, ailministrntor of the es- ! V late of William Parr, late of said county, de- ceased, is desirous of rendering an acco nt of his pro- ' eeedings as sncb administrator aud havin- a final set- tlrnif.nl and for that PUri ? uas niauo au ai.iai.ua , ta T the county com t of said county, for a citation to j be directed to all those who may be interested ia Said estate. . . We, therefore, hereby require yon te appear before ur aaid court, at the Court House in Ottawa la eaid county, on the third Monday, nf August, a. D KW1. at tea o'clock A. a.. If Ju ace fit to attend the Unal aet Urmeatef accauot. In taotUntiay whereof, Philo LindUy Clerk of said eeart, has hereunto set hia hand aod affixed the seal ef said court at Ottawa, the 10th day of July, a. o. 11. , PUIlOL.lNM.EY. Clerk. B. L. Uaaairx, Dep'y. Ottsws, July 10 1MI wj... ATTENTION ! THE City Crockery Store Is selling off The entire stock f GM ,ina, I DINNER TEA & TOILET SUTS ' ' IViLt&l Otl5, j VASES, MOTTO CUPS, American and BOHEMIAN' GLASSWARE, ALSO j CROCKERY, ' YELLOW, UOCKINGHAM, AND STONE WARE, kEKO.L.H OIL LAWPiif, BRITT.txrA r.R:. LOOKING GLASSES. Ac, Ac. Ac, EEHEi: BARGAINS HAVE SEVER BEFORE BEES Of FRED IX OTTAWA Tlian now at U.t CITY CUOCKEKY STORE, iThe People's Cheap Store. I Tavino rahi of Mr. h. r. Cm ' -a a. Stock r.t Dry Goods, I deiirt to call ! my Stock of at hi cntfrt attentiaa to ! ! DRESS GOODS, SILKS, SHAWLS, RAGLANS AND DUSTERS, j ' wmcu I shall offer at Low Prices for the next 60 Days. My Stock i lurrc and tomfltte, cou itlnf of trerythin niual!y kc.t in a firi-t c a Dry (loods S ar- ; aod I hope, by Quick Smlr and t'r-f.n. tomnit tke liberal itrunlrJ0f t,,e bl c r,rtjcu,ar ,UeB,h,a m called , to rr.y large STOCK OF DOMESTICS, Cinaiiunx ot BLE ACH ED AN D BROWN SHEETINGS SHIRTINGS, TICKS, STRIPES, DEM INS, CHECKS, Ae , Ac. Wl irli were houcl t be'er tlie r-'f t in t lis kind of Gaoda , and vhith t hall se'1 al lo pru-ts j Ottawa, June iu, le-til. JOHN 8T0CT. olico lo the Public. ! ivs?2Autzi& B Srocr, hit entire stock T lly heBeak lor him a cs-Miaa- aiire of the pntronnre heretofore so liberally beuond on the People's Cheap Store and 1 hereby rctara say tlianks to tny friends and custanwrs f-ir the aama. AU persoes ind.-l ted to roe. either by not or buaa; account, will pleuie call and SrttU f V Mm. f-Tmrrfeuar ly. All erf.ns having demands against sn are ra qiirstrd tn present the saote to the undersifoed, ml th People's Chap S'ore. Ottawa. June to, l-61-8w H f. CLARK. ON THE CREDIT SYSTEH. Goods sold at LOW ER PRICES than ever be fore in Ottawa FOR CASH. LET those who want anyarticles among; the fellewlasr named goods, be sure and get aur prieea before purchasing. We are confident that they will save aa ey by so doing. STAPLE DRY GOODS, Sheetings, Calicos, Ginghams, Danlaaa, Stripes, ChecKs,aVc, Vc. FANCY DRY GOODS. Black Silks, Fancy Silks, and every etc criptiou or Summer Dress Goods IIOSIEIt Y AXD GLOVES BLEACHED AXD WHITE GOODS, XOTIOXS. Cassimercs, Sattlnets, Clothes, Jaass, aa every description of Cotton Goods lor Mens and Py Hear. CLOTHING, BOOTS & SHOES, CARPETING, HATS AND CAPS, CROCKERY, GROCERIES. We request our friends net ta draw orders at ask us far credit, as we must and will positively refwse for no consideration will we sell to any one except CA8.1 may 11.1601. ANDKIW LT50H. NOTICE EXTEA. After this Saturday. May 11th, 1861, we will sell ea to no mau except for Cash aud Barter at cash prieea.- For the part three years we have tried lo sell feeds for cash onlv, but notwitl.sianding our efforts ta the contrary we Bind that we have aold many reads oa credit. 8ome ill have credit any hew, ibeuf h lhey knew it i. ruinous tn them. Now, once for all, we kav determined, il possible, te break up this credit Susie- ess. 10 accoinpnsn 11, we purpose sailing ar ana jmmr without any profit over what will pay frelfhl ad pemes o selling. Ry so doing we shall placa our. selves in r position that we must rcAise no matter bow anxious a e may be to accommodate. And an the ebr hand prices will seem so much lower to parties par, chasing, that if they have any refard far their - '.. -au -' - r-' they buy. Thus by the end of the yeai. we troat, par. tics will get bu in the habit of paying cash far what they buy, and so fully aatisned at tne saving 11 will to them that they could not be induced te buy ea cred it afterwards. We shall commence ou Monday asera ing aud mrk rf our goads. We advise these who bay for cai-h. I- yet nur prices before purchasing. And we advise linn- ho buy on credit to get thee tao, ae. Uiey can see bo muck they have ta pay for tKelr credit. ANDREW LYNCH. iiertseua Oil. fV HOSJ that do not like ta use Plaid, eaa find the baft M. ejaailty at veal uti ai ftcbUJ O.WAlftU'K.