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THE ILLINOIS FREE-TRADER.
US!.US CARDS. r ; rum mcKcr. . iobsmo uiixu. Dickey & Inland, torneys A tomuelhn at law, Ottawa, Ilk. One of die firm will always be present at the different courta in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May S3, IS JO. 1 tf. Geo. II Norris Attorney and Countellnr at Law, Master in Chancery and Nulurtf Public. Ottawa, Illinois. May 23, 1840. 1 if. J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at Law and Solicitor in ClIASCERT. Office opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, I.a ialle county, Illinois. May 21, 1840. ltl'. S. IS. 1'urcwrll, Attorney and Counsellor at Imw. Office over the new store of CushiiSi St Thomp son, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23.1, 1840. 1 tf. Millon II. Swift, Attorney and Counmllor ul Ltiw. OtTice on La Salle Street, a few ilnont North of the Market, Ottuwa, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1 tf. John V. A. Hoc, Attorney and CounteUor tit Law atid Slicilor in Chancery. Office next door north of the Tost Office, Otta wa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23), 1840. 1 tf. John V. C'liaiiiplin, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Having associated himsellVith Messrs. SPRING ami GOODRICH, of Chicago, will attend to nil practice of their profession in the county of I.a .Si.Ho. Ottawa. June 12, 1810. 4tt. Hih. Cliuiuiisero, .Itlorney and Counsellor at Laic, and fohator in Chancery, PER IT, LA HALLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS. July 10, 1810. 8 tf. Dort. J. (. Armstrong, ITAVING resumed his practice will attend to " n!! calls made upon linn in the line of hut pro fession, utlicc at liis residence in street N. V. of the Puhlic Square, Ottawa, Illinois. May 30, 1840. 2 if. L. Woodruff A Co. Wholesale end Retail Dealer in Sloven, Store-nine, S!i...i: .. i iv i - i i ' uficcjtwi uu a uiwtirc, ire. South Side of the Puhlic Square, Ottawa. May 30, 1840. 2tf. ii. L. Thompson A Co., East Ride of the Puhlic Square. Ottawa. III.. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Dye-Stud's, J'atnts, Uils, Varnish, &c. &c. July 3. 1840. 7tf. If. E. Hollistcr, North East Corner of Canal and Columbus street, Ottawa, Illinois, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, I)yc-StulTs, &c. July 3. 1840. 7 tf. Dr. J. Stickcl, 2.KATErUL for the patronage that he him heretofore received, would inform hi friends and the puhlic generally that ho continues the practice of his profession in its various brunches, and from his extensivo experience, in the treatment of all the diseases peculiar to this country.nnd hav ing scruumzeu cioseiy me cllects ol remedies on tin Human system, under the influence of a bilious atmosphere, he flutters himself that he is aide to treat the various diseases of the Illinois Volley on uiihw principles oi science ana pniiosophy which 1 almost evcrv case, must inanrA airr,: lie would also state that he is prepared to treat chronic diseases, such as the various forms "of Neuralgia, Scrofula, and Enlarged Splim, on a new plan, winch has proven successful ncnt degree. in an eini- Office at the Drug Store of M. E. Mlister. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. A. O. Crosiar, Forwarding and Com mission Merchant, Utica, La SSalle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1- -tf. TAILORING. WILLIAM SEBItINU IMPROVES this opportunity in returning I- thanks to the inhabitants of Ottawa and its vicinity for the lilsTal share of patronage they have formerly given him If strict attention to his business long experience as a practical Cutter employing first rate workmen doing Work with punctuality, fitness and despatch, will ensure a continuance of that patronage, he is con fident lie shall receive it. He still remains at the stand over G. L. Thomp sons Drug Store, one door North of the Mansion House, where he is procured to do all kinds of work in his line of buisness, with which the puhlic may fuvor him, in the latest fashion and on rea sonable terms. Ottawa, May 3(1, 1840. 2 tf. NEW DRUG STORE, C Jj. Thompson A Co. AT the old stand formerly occupied by D. N. Terhku, on the cat side of the Public Square, keep constantly on hand a largo and general assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oilt, Varnish, Patent Medicines, -c. and all other articles which are genendly kept in a Drug Store. . Ottawa, June 0, 1810. n tf. DRUG STORE. r'JIE Subscriber has on hand and keeps con--- stantly for sale general and well selected aasortmt nt or Drugs, Medicines, Palntt, Oils, and Dye Stuffs, which ho will sell low fur cash. Among hit article may be found the most approved and elncacwui remeuiea lor uie . Fever and Ague, auch aa Oulnint. Saimingtorit Pitli, Iiowund'$ Tonic Mxture, Green! Tonic Bitters, Pitrson'i Pills and Bitten, and Under hiWM Diffusible Tonic Compound. ' Hie Store b on tl North East Corner of Canal and Columbua atrceta, at the sign of the golden Mortar. M. E. HOLLWTER. OrriA, Juni 1 20. 180. 0-tf. Moves), Stovepipe, Ac, Ac, L. WOODRUFF, c CO., SOUTH SIDE OF THE PUBLIC SQUARE, OTTAWA, 1 EEC constantly on hand a large assortment of Cooking. Parlor, Six-jilute, Uox ami Cil- ender Stoves. Also, a'ereot variety of Shcvt Iron and Tin VTurc, Of every description, which they offer for vale at wholesale and retail on the most reasonable terms. I OH WORK of every description, done to order, on the shortest notice, by the most skilful workmen. WANTED, Any quantity of Bees Wat, Old Copper, Brass and Pewter, for which the highest price will be pa ul. Ottawa, May 23, 1H10. ltf. C ity Hotel, Ottawa. ' I'ilE. MilMcrilier Rives notice to A the Public that he bus taken the large, new and splendid Ci rr Ho tkl at Ottawa, where he would be licet bis old friends and the traveling public generally, assuring them thut no effort on his part shall be spared to make his entertainment superior to any other in the Western country. iiawug neen a landlord tor many years, he flatters nimscli mat he can suit if people will on v ca . iTj- People with teams will find his Stable nar ticularly desirable. H. DOUGLASS. May 23d, HID. ltf. Kcw ;mhK- lira per than ever! ' I 'II E subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of Ottawa aniLjho people ill general, that he has itist received an addition to his former stock of goods, consisting of the following articles in part, viz : Duy Goons, Okocf.kiks, Hoots A: Shoes, Hardware, Ac. Also, a lot ol Saddlery; consisting of tin; following articles, viz: Full Spanish Saddles, Half Spanish do., Plain Spanish do., Ladies Plain and (juilfcd Saddles, Sad dle Hags, Carpet Pugs, Portmanteaus, Leather 1 runhs and I ulises, JHtips, Halters, Pridlcs, Martingale and Col lars, ldl-Plated Double and Sinsle Harness, and a variety of other arliclcH too numerous to mention, QC- N. U. CANAL SCRIP will be received at par for the above mentioned goods. J. C. FITCH. May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. New tooN just received. WALKER Sc. SANGER, t their Store, on the South side of the PiiIh " lie Sijuare, have on hand, and olfe for sale, on accomodating terms, 10 hogsheads of N. O. Sugar, 1 box of W II. do 2 bbls. of Loaf and Lump Sugar, 40 " of Molasses, 70 " of old rectified Whiskey, 5 " of Limced Oil, 40 kegs of White Lead, 1 barrel of Castor Oil, 2 " of Tanners Oil, 1 of Sperm Oil, 00 kegs of assorted Nails and Spikes, 0 coils of Mannilla and Hemp Hope, 00 44 of lied and other Cords, 25 sacks of Hio and Ilav. Coffee-, 10 chests Y. II., Imp. and (I. V. Tea, 70 sacks of L. (i. Salt, 50 boxes of Class, 7 44 of Tobacco, 25 44 of Soap and Candles, Together with most id' the other articles, general ly found in the Orocery line. Also, a large and splendid assortment of Shelf Hardware A Culler)', Jlmics' and Jtushbums Shovels, Iron of different sizes ; L. P. and Cast Steel, Mill Saws, Hand Saws, Slnvils, I ices, Placksmiths Bellows, Log and Trace Chains, Stoves and Hollow J fare, And other items in this lino too numerous to mention. Also, a good, large and well selected Stock of Dry oods Purchased expressly for this market, consisting in part of 4 bales of 4-8 and 7-8 Hro. Sheetings, 2 44 Hlankets, 30 pieces of Cloths and Sattinctts, 14 20 15 300 10 a 20 10 it Hed Tick, Hickory Stripe, Apron Check, Calicoes, Flannels, Cotton Flannels, Hid. Shirtings tt Sheetings, Irish Linen. tt it Also, Osnuburghs, Burlaps, Diapers, Crush, Merinos and Bombazens, Jaco- netfCumbrick, Mall and Swiss Muslins, Launs, J,aces, Insertions, Edgins, c, Silks of assorted qualities, Pongee, Flagg and China Handkcrgh'ufs, black Ilaliun Cravats, figured Satin Cravats, Stocks, LadieH Dress Handkerghiefs A Shawls, Cotton und II alien Hose and half Hose, Gloves, Milts, c, iyc, tyr. Also, a fine assortment of Iteulyiiiu.le C'lolhliitf. Also, 120 pair of Mens Thick Boots 30 it ti Calf sewed Hoots, do pegged do 30 100 " Kip Hrogiuis. 44 Thick do 44 Calf Shoes, 44 Pumps, 100 GO 24 300 Ladies Shoes It Hoots, assort ed quulitcB, 300 Childrens Shoes t Hoots, do Together with numerous other articles, which arc usually found in a country Htore. We only say, call and ace lor yourselves, and we are confident you will find such articles, and at such prices as will suit. ff Corn, OaU, Flour, Bacon, Pork, Butter, most other kind of Country produce taken in exchange ; Scrip or Cash will not be refused. WALKER & SANGER. Oitaiua, May 30th, 1840. ; 3 tf. happv to I . STATE OF ILMXOIS. La Sille lonnty. La Salle Circuit Court. To November Term, A. D. 1840. Samuel Mackev, Attachment. vs. David N. Tkriieu.n it 1 1 i:ry Matso.n. I? 101 00 NOTICE is hereby l)aid N. Tcrhe given to the said ipun aim Henry Matsoti, that a Writ of Attachment issued out of the Clerk's office of the said Circuit Court of said county of La Salle, dated the 0th day of April, A. I). 1840, at the suit of Samuel Mackey, against the estate of the said David N. Terheun and Henry Matson, for the sum of four hundred and four dollars, directed to the Sheriff of La Salle county to exe cute, which said Writ has been returned by the said Sheriff as levied upon the undivided half cr the N.E. qr. of Section 11, T. XI, N. K. 7, E. 3d, P. M., and the undivided half of the North East qr. of Lot 2, in Block 18, with the appurte nances, in the town of Ottawa ; and also as served on James 0. Armstrong, Thom as Heale, Lucius Woodruff, Phineas S. Mulford W. 'J'. S. Lavinia, David Wells, William W. Thompson and Joseph Red dick, as (iarnishecs; and that the same is now pending before the Circuit Court of saiil county of La Salle. Now, unless you the said David N. Terheun and Hen ry Matson, shall personally be and tip pear before the Circuit Court of said county on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Court house in Ottawa, on the second Monday in November next, give special bail and plead to the said plaintiffs action, judg ment will be entered against you by de fault, in favour of the said plaintiff, and the estate attached as aforesaid will be sold to satisfy the same with costs. J. CLOUD, Clerk. Ottawa, June 17. 1810. Skth H. Farewell, Plaintiff's Attorney. June 19. 5 0l. STATE OF ILLINOIS, SCT. La Salle County, In the Circuit Court. To November Term 1840. Joseph Stearns, John Arthur, &l James Arthur, r. Ouadiah C. Motley, William Caldwell, In Chancery. Hill to fore close a mort- Wm. (J. Pettis t William Morrison. T 1 appearing by affidavit, filed in the JL Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of said county, that the above named defen dants;, Obadiah C. Motley and William Caldwell have gone out of this State, and that the defendants William (. Pettis and William Morrison reside out of this State ; Notice is, therefore, hereby given to the said Obadiah C. Motley, William Cald well, William O. Pettis and William Morrison, that a bill in Chancery for the foreclosure of a mortgage on several Town Lots in Dascomb's addition to the town of Peru has been filed in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of La Salle county against them ; that a summons has been issued thereon, returnable to the next November term ol the Circuit Court of saiil county, and that, unless you the said Obadiah C. Motley, William Caldwell, William G. Pettis and William Morrison shall personally be and appear before the said Circuit Court on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Court-house in Ottawa, on the second Monday in November next, and answer the hill of the said complainants, the same will be taken as confessed against you, and the matters and things therein prayed for will be decreed against yon. J. CLOUD, Clerk. June 17th, 1810. 5 Ot. John V. A. Hoes, Solicitor in Complaints.. Prospectus of the EXTRA GLOBE, THIS paper will be published until the Presidential election in November, 1840, with one number afterwards, giving the result in detail, and an index. Twenty-six numbers will be issued. A large surplus of the first numbers will be printed ; and. all persons subscribing im mediately, whose names and money are received before that surplus shall be ex hausted, will receive all the numbers. T E It M S. One copy - $1 00 Six copies 5 00 Twelve copies - - 10 00 Twenty-live copies - 20 00 and at the same rate for a greater number. Mr. KENDALL, late Postmaster Gen eral, will contribute to this paper until November. The names of subcrihers ptocured upon this Prospectus, and the money, shou be sent directly to him, postage paid, or through postmasters, who ore outhorized by the Post Office laws and regulations to frank letters written by themselves, enclosing money for newspaper subserip' lions. Bank notes curicjit in 'the' secliou of country where a subscriber resides, will be received, prqviuod they arc not more than ten per cent, below specie m value. No pnper will be sent unless the money be actually tecetved. BLAIR & WIVES. Washington City, D. C. 1810. Hay's Liniment. "V ITCTION This extraordinary chemi cal composition, the result ol''ieiice and the intention of a celebrated medical man, the intro duction of which to the public was invested with the solemnity of a death bed beijuest, has since gained a reputation unparalleled, fully sustaining the correctness of the lamented Dr. (JriifleyV last confession, that "he dared not die without giving to prostcrity the U-uelit of his knowledge on this subject," mid he therefore bequeathed to his friend and attendant Solomon 1 1 ays the secrcct of his discocry. It is now used in the principal hospitals, and the private practice in our country, first and most certainly, for the cure of the Piles, and also so cxiciisiw-ly and effectually as to ha tile credulity, unless where its effects are witnessed. External ly in the following complaints: Tor Dropsy. Creating extraordinary absorli tion at once. All swellings. Reducing them in a few hours. Rheumatism. Acute or Chronic, giving quick ease. Sore Throat. Hy cancers, ulcers or colds. Croup and Whooping Cough. Exteiim!!, and over the chest. All bruises, sprains and burns, curing in a few hours. Soros and I'lccrs. Whether fresh or long stan ding, and fever sores. Its operations upon adults und children in re ducing rheumatic sw ellings, and loosening coughs and tightness of the chest by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising beyond description. The common remark ol those who have used it in the Piles, is "It acts like a charm." For sale by E. Dewey, Apothecary's Hall, and S. Sawyer, Dearborn street Chicago. LOOKOUT FOR IMPOSITION. A base attempt has been made to imitate Hay's Linemcut, and infringe upon the copy and other rights of the proprietors. Never buy Hay's Lin einent unless it has a splendid engraved wrapper, and the written, mind written signature of com-, stock A: Co, All others must be impositions. Anv person ven ting any other article, by the name of Hay's Line mcut, cither at wholesale or retail, will oe prose cuted for a violation of our copy right. The oath of Mr. Hays may be found copied on our inside wrapper, swearing that no other person knows any of the component or essential parts of ibis Lin etiient and that he will not reveal the secret for twenty years. (r. 8. Diit net ( mm oj the Nate oj iVtt irk. Ollice of the Clerk for the Southern District of Mew York 5 This is to certify that the Copy Rrights for the wrappers, and for the, diseriptions, and directions to use, Hay's Liuement, were secured in this ollice in the year IMS, by Comstock & Co. and have not been obtained bv any other person since that late or before. FRED. .1. UFn s, Cl'k of U. S. Court. COMKSTOCK& Co. Sole proprietors, New York. (J-All persons ordering this article from the East will please always say, ComnloeKs Hays Liu ement. i or sale at the drug store oi M. E. HOLLISTEK. Ottawa, May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. Oldi'idge's Balm of Columbia. 'PHE HUMAN HAIR. Where the nair is a. iiKhitri'ml ti liit frrniL'turv tlttn 11itliiiiir Mill tin more preposterous than the use of oils, grease, or any latty matter. 1 heir application can only he recommended through the grossest ignorance, as they hasten the fall of the huir, ly increasing the relaxation of the skin. When there is a harsh, dry, or contracted skin, and where the small blood vessels which carry nourishment to the bulb ore obstructed, then the oils, &c, may be good, as they tend to relax the skin; but alone, they are of no avail. There must be a stimulus, to rouse the vessels from their torper, and quicken the cur rent of the blood. Extract from C'lirthugh's J rent ics on I tic hair. The Balm of Culumhia is the only preparation that can have that ell'ect, bcin en'iiely free from any oily substance. Its positive qualities arc as billows: 1st For infants, keeping the head free from scurf, and causing a luxuriant growth ot hair. 2d For ladies after cliild-birih, restoring the skin to its natural strength and firmness, and preventing the falling out of the hair. 3d For liny person recovering from any debil ity the same cllect is produced. 'I til If used in infancy till a good growth is started, it may be preserved by attention to the latest period of life. full It frees the head from dandruff, strength ens the routs, imparts health mid vigour to the circulation, and prevents the hair from changing colour or getting grny. Cth It causes the hair to curl beautifully when done up in it over night. 0.jf No ladies' toilet should ever he made w ilh out it. 7th Children who have by any means contrac ted vermin in the bead, are immediately and per fectly cured of them by its use. It is infallible. A CASEIN POINT. I Imd unfortunately lost nearly all the hair from the top of my head, when I commenced the use ot the Ualinol Colum bia, and lcive, hy the use of two bottles, had my head covered with a fine growth of hair. There can Imj no mistake in the matter, ns any of my triends can see by railing on me. I had also be come quite gray, but had the gray hairs plucked out, and U has grown in, as the lialm says, of the natural cjlour. If any body doubts these facts, let them call upon me and see. I bought the Halm ot Coins' ork & Co., 2 I Ictehcr street. A. KIN DUE, No. 19 CoentiesSlip. Agent of Detroit Line, New-V irk, Nov. 9. frt f HE LATE MAYOR of Philadelphia has certified under seal of the city to the character of several divines, physicians, and gentlemen of high standing who declare positively under their own hand i (all of which may be seen at the Ollice) tha' the Dalm of Columbia is not onely a certain pre .ervative, but positively a restorativo of the liu nan hair, e.lso, a cure for Dandruff. Who si all dispute, or who go bald 1 PO THE INCREDULOUS. New York.Scp-I- tcmber 28th. I have been intirely bald during 13 years, und I have now, by the use of the genu ine Uahn of Columbia, my head covered with fine hair. I shall be happy to convince the most incre dulous, who will take the trouble to call at my house. I have bought the article of Comstock & Co., 2 Fletcher street. J.P.SCHMIDLINU, 47, Attorney st. A young gentleman of 388 South Market street, Albany, had very coarse, stiff, and straight hair, all of which he lost by its falling out. He has used 2 bottles of Dalm of Columbia from Comstock iV Co., and now has a full flowing crop of very long, tine hair, wiucn curls most Deauiiiuiiy i jus father, who is one of the most rcspeetablo citizens of that city, is referred to for the lact. Mr. Lewis Millard, of DuttcrnuU, Otsego coun ty, had lost his hair, and had it fully restored by 2 bottles of the lialm. In fact the cures are so num erons that it is quite out of the question to refer to one in a hundred of those who havo experienced the like eflccts. BEWARE !! Some counterfeiters have at tempted to imitate, this article. Let it never he purchased or used unless it have the name of L. S. Cmimtoek on a splendid wrapper. This is the only external test that will secure the public from deception. Tor sale bv M. U. HOLLISTER. Ottawa, May 23d, 1840. ttf. CROUP, CO UGH, ASTHMA, CPITTING ofBlnxt, limping, Cough, and all Pulmonary Diseases, cured by JAYNE'tf EX PECTORANT, ami Summer Cumpluints, Chol era Morbus, Di'urrhiiea, Dysetittry, and all the various affections of tho Stomach and llm-eLi re mined ly his CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Please read the following letter J. Dmilngton, Heaver County, Pu, February, 183J. Uwr S.'r I feel it due to you as the inventor of the medicine and to the public, who may lie greatly k'nefitted by it, to stute a cure that was icrformed in my family, by the use of your '-Carminative Balsam." My little son, when about two months old, was seized with n bowel cmnjihant, caused, as I sup pose, by a change of diet. It continued for two weeks without intermission, and notwithstanding the remedies prescribed by a respectable physician, we gave up the child a victim, as we supposed, to a fatal disease, but I providentially heard of "J ay ue'a Carminative," as an effectual cure for bowel complaint, and immediately despatched a messenger to a town seventeen miles off for a bot tle. By the use of this medicine, in less than thirty six hours the disease was checked; and by its continued use for a few days the child was restored to perfect health. Shortly after this, there occurred a similar case in one of the fami lies of my congregation ; I prescribed "Jayne's Carminative," and the result was. a speedy cure. From a knowledge of the ellicacy of your medi cine in bowel complaints, a disease to which children are constantly liable, I have obtained and keep constantly in the house, a quantity of the "Carminative." The same child, owing to exposure, when rec ently coming up the Ohio, was attacked by the horrible malady, CROUP. We landed in the night at Beaver Point, and when our fears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral cough was the forerunner of death, wc gave him a teaspoon full of the "Expeeturunt," (a bottle of which you pre sented me with when m t hiladelptua) ami applied some lineament to the throat and breast, and be fore many minutes the hoarseness was gone, the child breathed freely and slept sweetly. Ow ing to these circumstances it cannot lie wondered at why I have so high tin opinion of Dr. Jayne's medicine, and why I advise every family to keep it on hand ready for any emergency. Kcsjiectfully yours, ARTHUR B. BRADFORD, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Darling ton, Pa. Dr. D. Jatxe. Lamheitsville, N. J., April 27th, 1839. Dr. Jatnk Dear Sir. Bv the blessing of God your INDIAN EXPECTORANT has effected a cure in me ot a most distressing complaint, in December last, I was seized with great severity by a Paroxysm of Asthma; a disease with which I had been alllicted lor many years past. It was attended with a hoarseness and soreness of the lungs and throat, together with a laborious cough, and complete prostration ot strength, and when almost worn out with suffocation, a bottle of your Expectorant was sent to my house. At first 1 thought it was nothing but quackery, but seeinq, it so highly recommended by Dr. Going, with whom I was well acquainted, I was induced to try it, and in a few days it completely cured me, nor have I ever had any return ot the disease since, I have now formed so high an opinion of your medicine, that if I had but a few bottles of it, and could obtain no more, I would not part with them for k.i dullurs earn. Yours, most respectfully, JOHN SEGER. Pastor of the Baptist Church at Lambertsville Philadelphia, June 9th, 1838, To mu personal friends. I would say, thnt I am well acquainted with David Jaync, M. D., and know him to be a respectable Physician and Druggist of this city a gentleman in whom en tire confidence may be placed. 1 have tested in mv own case the beneficial effects of his CAR MINATIVE BALSAM, and have greater confi dencein it than all the other medicines of the kind. His EXPECTORANT is equally celebrated and clhcacious. IRA M. ALLEN, , Agent of the Baptist General Tract Society The above valuable medicines arc prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, No. 20, South Third street, Philadelphia, where all orders will he promptly attended to. For sale by oppointment by M. E. HOLLISTER. Druggist. 1 tf. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. No Apology Tor Wigs. fV all the remedies ever devised for the restora- tion and preservation of the HAIR nothing has been found equal to ALIBERT'S OLEA GINOUS HAIR TONIC. It seldom fails to restore the hair to Health and beauty. Many who were bald three months ago, can now exhibit luxu riant heads of hair. Copy of a letter from Dr. S. S. Filch. Philadelphia, May 10, 1838. Dr. Jaime, Dear Sir, I feel that I can hardly say enough to you in favor of AliberCs Oleaginous Hair Tonic soul by you. my huir had been falling oil' two years, and had become very thin, threatning sjicedy baldness, when I commenced using this remedy. In about one week it ceased to tall oil. I have used it now about three months, and have as full and thick a head of hair as I can possibly desire. I have recommended its use to a number of my friends, who oil speak well of it. If faithful ly employed, I have no doubt of its general success. I may adit that before using the l onic, 1 had tried almost all the various articles employed for the hair, such as the Macassar ( til, all the different preparations of Bear's Oil, Vegetable Hair Oil, &c. &c. without experiencing much, if any benefit. Respectfully yours, S. S. FITCH, No. 172 Chesnut street. From the Rev. C. C. Pahk, Pastor of the Baptist Church at Haddoiiticld, N.J. Hadiioxfield, N. J., Tcb. 12, 1839. Dr. D. Jayne, Sir I take pleasure in inform ing you that the bottle of Alibcrt'g Hair Tonic, which I obtained of you last October, has proved most satisfactory and successful. My hair had for a long time been exceedingly thin. But for two or three years past it had so fallen out that my head had become almost entirely bald. I was under the necessity of concealing the baldness by combing the hair on the sides over it. But now after using alwut half a bottle of the "Tonic," I have as luxuriant growth of hair as I ever had. C. C. PARK. The Rev. Leonard Fletcher, Taster of the Bap tist Church at Great Vally, Pa., who had been more or lens bald for inanv vcars. used three bottles of die HAIR TONIC, and has now a fine growth of new hair over all that part of his head where he was before bald, writes '"My hair is growing finely, I assure you." 3 L. FLETCHER. West Chester, Ta., March 2d, 1839. It may be had wholesale and retail of Dr. D. Jayne, General Agent, No. 20 South Third Street, Philadelphia, and of the subscriber at bis drug store in Ottawa. Price f 1. M. E. H0LLI-3TER. May 23d, 1840. 1 3m F A R R E L L'S FEVEIt AND AGUE DROPS. 'I'HESE DROPS arc a certain, quick, and per x manent Cure for Tevcr and Ague. is certainly a matter of the greatest importance to obtain a Medicine which can be relied upon in the Cure of that distressing Disease, called the Fever and Ague. A Medicine, learing the .bove name, is now olfered to the public, as a safe ad certain Cure for that Disease, in all its various forms this confidence has been produced by experience in more than one thousand cases. It is composed of articles well calculated to restore harmony of action between the Stomach, Liver, and other important organs; the loss of which is evidently the immediate cause of the Disease. It speedily promotes a healthy and regular ap petite, which affords vigor and strength to the whole system. It also, by improving the Digestive Organs can be used successfully in Dyspepsia, Depraved Appetite, Night Sweats, Dysentery, &c. &c. But it is in the cure of the Fever and Ague, that its superior qualities are most abundantly dis played, and by all who have used it, is pronounc ed sovereign to all other remedies. It has posi tively never been known to fail in a single instance. Hundreds of certificates might be adduced here . in testimony of its eilicary : wc have only finally to say, that all who use two bottles of this Medi cine (although in most cases one will answer,) according to directions, and do not realize a Cure, will have their money refunded. Price $1 per bottle. Manufactured and sold by the gross, dozen, or single bottle, by Farrcll & Lippiucott, Druggists, Peoria, Illinois, and for sale at the Drug Store of G. L. THOMPSON & Co. Ottawa, June 12, 1810. 4 3m. Prospectus for THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. Ottawa, l.'i Salle county, III. The above is the title of a new paper, commenced at Ottawa in May last, und has already a circu lation equal to uny country paper in the State, THE establishment of the " Fiie Thadeb" has A for its ob.ect the "GENERAL WEL FARE." To promote this our efforts shall be chiefly devoted to the dissemination of informa tion relative to the fertility and exhaustlcss na ture of the soil composing the " tipper Illinois to represent to the man of capital and enterprise the number of advantages this highly favored section of country presents for investment and to encourage emigration and settlement among us. To the FAiiMEii we promise a liberal space of our columns, and assure him thot the "FrekTba- deu" will not be unmindful of his best interests. He shall ut all times be advised of the state of the markets furnished with full and accurate infor mation relative to the improvement of his lands, stock, etc., which will be furnished from periodi cals of the highest standing in the agricultural community. To the meiichant, and men of business gene rally, we promise a full and impartial account of the "business world," as far as the same may come to our knowledge. Having made arrange ments for the receipt of the ablest and best com mercial journals of the Atlantic cities, we will bo able to give accurate information respecting the jirineipal commercial transactions in that qnarter, m conjunction with the latest foreign news, which nt the present age is all important to tho man of business, inasmuch as the Old and New World are closely linked together in their com mercial transactions. We will furnish all the information wc possibly can respecting the paper circulation of tho country, and expose with un sparing hand, all attempts to force on the com munity a fraudulent and worthless currency. The mechanic and the piioffessionai mat wc promise a share of our columns. Belonging to the first, wc shall ot all times be pleased to ad vocate and sustain their rights, and render such information as may tend to their prosperitjrand happiness; and viewing the latter as essentially necessary to the moral and politic al greatness of our country, we will with "open hearts and willing hands" render them all the service our situation may command. Having for our object the "GENERAL WELFARE," as before stated, we are impelled by a sense of justice to advocate and sustain the measures of the Dkmocbatic Pabtt. Tho " Free Trader," therefore, will he found on the side of democracy and the people's rights op posed to monopolies of all kinds, whether state or national onuosed to all "officers for life," and w ill render all the aid in its power to the diffusion of light and truth. The dark and artful designs of the monopolist, which have for a season clouded the prosperity and well nigh ruinedth commercial crcatness of this mighty nation, should be exposed to public goze, and every free man in tho land be made acquainted wun meir operations. We have tuken our stand on the parapet of democracy from a full conviction of its purity, and as the only safe-guard offered to tho protec tion of the free institutions of our country. But, while we are the votaries of Democracy, und en deavor to perpetuate its permanency by advoca ting the principles ot J eh ebhon and jacksoh, we wish it to be distinctly understood, that we will never be so far influenced by party coiuride rations, as to disregard the sentiments and fee lings of others, equally entitled to their own opin ions, anil who doubtless honestly maintain them. Our course shall be mild towards our political opponents, and our sentiments couched in rc- speettul though decided law" age. Tho miscellaneous department of tho paper, together with such local news as may be of in terest to the reader, will receive duo attention from the editors. TERMS : THE ILLINOS FREE TRADER i published at Ottawa, the seat of justice of La Salle county, Illinois, every Friday morning, on a largo imperial sheet, at the following terms, to-wii: two dollars and fiftt cists per annum, if paid in advance tiirki dollam if not paid before the expiration of the first six months, and three hollars and twehti five cests if delayed until the expiration of the yCa"' GEO. F. WEAVER, JOHN HISE, Editors and Proprietorl. Ottawa, June 28, 1840. FOR SALE, HOUSE AND LOT, sit uated on Canal Street, near the Side Cut, at present occupied by J. Fitch, containing five rooms, with a Garden, Darn and Yard, and a first rate well of water near the door. The subscriber will sell the above prop erty on reasonable terms. Possession given immediately. II. J. HEED, Ottawa, May 30, 1840. 2tf. t a LBS. OF CONFECTION lOv ARIES, just received, and for sale by G. L. THOMPSON & Co. Ottawa, June 12, 1840. 4 tf. MA