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THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER.
THE FREE TRADER. OTTAWA, Friday, August 7, 1510. WKTICf n.lTIC rUTFOBJI. Opposition to a National BJk, as frauglU with danger to our free institution! and to the liber ties of the people, from it oeeessanly great and conl.vlling imi-er over tlie general currency and business of the country. Opposition to the pres ent Banking System, as defective tn principle and unsafe in practice, and requiring a radical reform. A total separation of the focal concerns of Government from all Banking Institutions, as the best guarantee for tlie preservation of our National litispendence. Encouragement to all Hanks, based upon sound jninciples, with the abilitu and disposition at alt times to redeem their bills in gold and silver, and an express pro vision in all Bank Charters, requiring ample security to be given to Hit State fur the redemp tion of tlieir issues in specie on demand, and the perpetual sidjfetion of all acts of incorporation to the control of the Legislature.' Agrnu for the IllinoU Frre Trader. The following gentlemen arc authorized to act a agents of this paper, viz : ? La Snlle coun,y' IU F.M DiAitMitt, D. S. E Bin sol. mail contractor. C. G. Milleii, Dayton. A. 0. Smith, Smith's Mills. Jaso G-milet, Troy Grove. . L. W. Dimmock, Vermilionville. IIenh Piiiliim, Munson, (Indian creek.) C. W. Rstxouir, P. M. I'ontiac. Rses Mono, Morgan's Mill. Jamss G. Clapp, Uristol, Kane Co. III. William R het, near Van Uuren. Wii.ua K. C nwi, Sunbury, Illinois. IIf.nry Hicks, Hicks' mill, De Kalb Co. III. (j3Post .Masters, and other individuals resi ding in La Salle and the adjoining counties, who arc willing to art as agents in their respective neighborhoods, will please mako the same known to us, by mail or otherw ise. ELECTION IvETUKNS. The following is a statement of the re mit of the late election for Representa tive, as far as heanl from : LA. SALLE COIXTV. A . A. , llKPlIiSEST. RIIEIUFr. 502 102 70 449 72 115 10 S7 107 13 103 73 73 103 tii) 20 21 31 2054 500 r' 123 37 7 47 13 4 7 27 8 167 1 5 13 35 8 4 Ottawa, 521 South Ottawa, 20 201 ll'J 33 134 41 37 If! 8 05 41 52 51 67 70 45 48 17 13 1102 elicit, Peru, Grafton, franklin, Urookficld, Eagle, Vermilion, Dayton, 15 41 1 45 Si 3 5-3 ei 147 Troy Grove, 40 Indian Creek, G Lorrain, 33 Eastern, Northern, Lisbon, andy, Waup'onsce 7C 20 8 18 16-30 1102 500 Dodge's mj. 518 Roddick's 1518 JC7YVc will publish next week the official returns, giving a statement of all the votes of the several candidates. Mr. Woodruff is elected county commissioner, and probably Christopher Bailey as eoro . ncr. All Democrats. KAXF. COUNTY. We have just received the following statement of a gentleman from Kane county. We are fully BimsiH'a mill Dir. j.iiik a voie is not sci i ov l inn small, as our informant is a warm friend of the Whig party. Oswego, a tie. St. Charles, . ieneva, Blackberry, Aurora, Little Rock, Lake, 82 80 53 () 10 21 116 100 77 43 37 78 Dii KAt.lt COI'.VIY. We learn that Mr. Dodge's majority in . Samonauk is 7. We received the following letter just as mr paper was going to press: Pan Pan, ,'lug. 4. Messrs. Wkaver fc TIise Our pre cinct gave Abram R. Dodge 27 Lewis W. Link 2. Yours, fce. E. Sr. John. Wc learn that in Bayou precinct, Li ' vingston county, that Mr. Link has a ma jority of 18. Cook County. We learn from the Chicago Daily Democrat that the entire lcgularly nominated Democratic ticket is elected by a large majority, over the mongrel Canal ticket, save the Sheriff, who was defeated on account of there "'being three democratic candidates in the field. Will County. The Juliet Courier of the 7th inst. says : "500 guns for will county." "iVe have met the enemy and they are ours , ."Will county has done her duty in itistaining the cause of democracy. The gallows-handbill-faction have been routed horse, foot, and dragoons." Victory has perched upon our banners, and the foe arc driven back in disgrace. Pear son's majority over Turney, in the demo cratic town of Juliet, is 405. Lockport, the head quarters of the enemy, gave Pearson a majority of 180 over lurney, tilth favorite candidate. This shows that the democracy are true, and cannot WiSeceivcd by gallows-handbills, and un blushing falsehoods. . - "vuir county is souna in tnc true ue- mocratic faith. In November she will stand in the front ranks for Vim Buren and Johnson." Hamilton D. llisley (whig) is proba bly elected Sheriff of Will county. Four democratic candidats were in the field. We have received information from the following counties, viz: Sanoamox. Whig ticket elected, one Senator and live Representatives. Menard. The election for Represen tative doubtful. Rumor says that Ben net (whig) is elected. Loo an fc Christian. White (dem.) said to he elected Representative. Shelby. The democratic Senator and Representative both olerted. This is a democratic gain of one Senator. A Morgan. The whole whiff ticket elected two Senators and five Represen talives. Whiff train of one Senator and two Kepiesentatives. Montgomery. Democratic Represen tatives elected. Tazewell. Whig ticket elected one Senator and two Representatives. Whig gain of one Senator and one Represen tatives. Peoria. Whig Representative elected by a majority of 7 votes. Whig County Commissioner elected, and a democratic Sheriff and Coroner. Putnam District. In Putnam county the Whig candidate for Representative, Col. Henderson has a majoiity of 87. In Bureau county Mr. Swan, the demo cratic candidate, has a majority of 0 The probability is, that Mr. Henderson is elected. Fulton County. A democratic Se nator and two Representatives elected by about 105 majority. Democratic gain of two Representatives. Warken DisTRicT.-The probability is that one u big Senator and Representa tivc are elected. Jc Dames District. Whig majority of 30 for Representatives, in Lec county, icn. Jiirlison'o Letter. A number of the opposition prints, and in par ticular the junto at Springfield, have been ase t- ing that the Hero of New Orleans was in favor of Gen. Harrison for the Presidency. The fol lowing letter will place the mutter in its true light, and Whi'rgerv again imibt hide iis deceitful front. IIeuxitaue, June 23, 1810. To the elitor of thr Nashville Union: Sir: From the many letters which have been recently addressed to me ask ing for an expression of my views rela tive to the leading measures of the pres ent administration of the general govern nient, some of which arc from well known and respectable sources, representing that efforts arc made in various quarters of the Union to incite a belief in the public mind that my confidence in the present Chief Magistrate has-been impaired, it seems to be proper that some step should be taken by me to undeceive those who are thus imposed upon. For this purpose, sir, I beg the favor of you to give a place in your columns to this note, which I trust will lie as acceptable to those who have writ ten to me on the subject as a direct an swer in the form of a letter M ould he. From whatever cause, or on whatever authority, statements may be made, rep resenting me as having changed my views of the leading measures of the present Administration, they are unfounded and unjust. Of the wisdom and importance of these measures, and particularly of that which aims at the establishment by Congress of a fiscal agency for the Gov ernment without the -jse or aid of banks, time and the fullest opportunity for reflec tion have left not a doubt on mv mind. And the ability which Mr. Van Buren has manifested, in developing the bearing of this great question, and of its antagonist one, on tlie tree institutions of our coun try, and the firmness he has displayed in holding on to the true interests of the peo ple, when there has been so much tempt ation to compromise them, entitle him in my judgment to a rank not inferior to that of Mr. Jefferson or Mr. Madison as a pat- not and statesman. With such opinions of the present Chief Magistrate and of the measures to which he has given his sanction opinions which have never failed to express when 1 have had occasion to speJk on the subject it is surprising how any one could take up the idea that my confidence in him had been impaired or that I had become indif ferent as to the choice to be made at the next election between him and Gen. Har rison. Looking fupon the latter gen tleman as tli3 representative of Federal principles in the present contest, and knowing that he has never been identified with the Republican party in any of its great strugglcs against the influences which have been calculated to take power from tlie people and the States, and give it to the General Government, BOto sup pose that I would for a moment think of giving my support to such an individual as a candidate for the Presidency would be a mockery of all public principle. In respect to the statements which have been made in several newspapers of the day, that I disagree with many of my po litical friends in the estimate they have formed, of Gen. Harrison's military mer its, I am not aware of having said any thing to justify them. C7Having never admired (Jen. Harrison as a military man or possessing the qualities which consti tute the commander of an army, I have looked at his political relations alone in tlie opinions I have formed or expressed respecting his pretensions to the Prcsideu ey,DI and the consequences which would result to the country, should the suffrages of the people place him in that high office. I am very respectfully, Your obedient servant; ANDREW JACKSON. ' Lg Cabinanian' a Hard Cidtraulaa.' That our readers may keep pace with the move ments of the Opposition party, we deem it ad visable to furnish them with an occasional speci men of Harrison enthusiasm in the eastern states. That they are becoming disgusted with the plan of operation, will be fully substantiated by the following from the Albany Argus ; . .? " Log Cabin' Demolished ! Johnstown, July 7th, 1810. Dear Sir A log cabin was raised in the town of Broadalbin, on Thursday last, by the feds, in honor of Harrison and Tyler. Some 50 or (50 attended on that occasion ; when there was literally " great excitement" since hard cider and something stronger were freely used. I am informed that that peaceable and quiet place never exhibited such a scene of in temperance as on the few days this log cabin was allowed to stand. After many consultations and whisperings among the more temperate and sober-minded feds, they came to the conclusion to lake doun their log cabin, believing thai the cause of Harrison and Tyltr would be injured if it was left standing longer. C7And be it remembered, that on the 4th of July 1840, there assembled in the town of Broadalbin, Fulton county, some 100 feds, and in a peaceable and quiet manner, sur rounded their log cabin, tore it from its foundation, and buried it without the hon ors of war. This log cabin was two days old, and was fairly murdered in infancy. The "Hard Cider Party." A Do.ston correspondent of u Harrison Whig paper in the ciiy of New York, afier giwng an account of the celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the invention of Triming, adls these truths; " There is no news of importance to communicate to you to day. The log cabin, hard cider party, are as crazy as ever, and ninny sensible men among the whigs are disgusted with the proceedings of their own party. The recent conven tion at Worcester, is said to have made scores of democratic loco focos. The scenes there exhibited, by portions of tlie delegates, would have disgraced the in mates of a bawdy house. On cue end of a barrel of hard cider, was placarded. " get tip, tumble vp, any way to gd ?yj." Many other mottos, equally ridiculous, were there, as "part and parcel" of the convention, and my only wonder was that men could be lound so lost to all decency and sense of propriety, as to bear about the banners and other insignia of Tippe canoe enthusiasm. I say not this as a partizan but common sense rebels at such sights, and teaches me, as I have no doubt it does thousands of others, that such exhibitions cannot elect any man to the presidency, but will, on the contrary, render odious the individual whom they arc intended to advance up the political ladder. The whigs of Massachusetts must change the modus operandi of their electioneering, if they would prosper, if they would have their victories come after as well as before election." The New York "Olive Leuf," a religious pa per, says: "In this city, it is said that all the so called log cabins tire furnhhed with ex tensive bars for the vule of intoxicating liquors of every kind. It is said in tlie papers, that several of them arc kept open on the Lord's duv. The irreal central cabin, in Proud wui, which u e visited a day or two since, has a run nearly thir ty feet long, with a long spruce log for a rail in front, and the shelves filled with deatli draughts, intermingled with Log Cabin song books, Tippecanoe t?xt books, Harrison almanacs, &c. On one end of the counter is a barrel, labelled ' Haro Cider.' Viom the V,h'la,fhe A tmliscr. To Ihe lxlie. When the fair ladies of the land, " the last bctt irjft of God," do not tr.msenJ th i bounds which their amiability aid dignity should at all times prescribe; fii-y are cipaMo of imparting an in terest to assemblies, of a convivial, moral or in tellectual character, almost irrestiblis to the rougher sex ; it is therefore much to he regretted that in the instance given brlow, which we ex tract from the "boy ton Herald," they should have so far descended from the elevated station they arc capable 6f occupying, to assist a few fa natical demagogues in their designs of substitu ting ribaldry for argument, and bud'oonery and revelry for reason and common sense. MiAXivnrnn, July 12th, 1510. Mr. Edaor: It. is truly ridiculous to sec the fuolerv of whimri-rv. On last Saturday the ladies, no not the ladies, but some ot the females of Carrolton and vi ciniiy came on a freight boat to this place to rxninit themselves. I hcv were ioin- ed by some of the females of this place ; mey nil went to a tavern ana alter smell- in? at the bun? hole of a certain cider barrel, they each brought forth one of Comly's negro tune song books. They sung several vulg ir, low, doggrtl songs to me tune ot Jim t.'row, rosin the bow, vtc. &.c, and at the end of rach verse or song shouted ruid cheered most lus;ily. When they sung John Van Clevc'i song and followed his direction in the singing, it was most beautiful to see female's who w:.di to pass themselves in community as decent, cbp their thumb to thoir noe'nnd " gracefully wave" their fingers and grind with their other hand." But tlie most re volting part of the brothel like parade was the small apron each wore with large let ters ia front, some of which read " Mar tin can't come it," " Come it . Tip and Tyler." The heart of an honest female must sicken to see her sex standing in the public street or on the top of a canal boat with one thumb on their nose and grind ing with tlie other hand, and Icbelled 4 Martin couldn't come it.' O. I.airal Fashion for XiOg Cabin Geutleuirn. Cambric linen shirts, with exquisitely ruffled wristbands, perfumed with otto of roses. Delicate silk umbrellas, also, are sold at the log cabin stores, for log cabin men, to drive the rude sun from them when they go into the fields, and to pro tect them from the falling dew at night. N. V. Planet. Falsehood is often rocked by truth, but she soon outprows her cradle and discards her nurse, Arrivals and Departures of the JIA1LS. .1 .rsr POST-OFFICE NOTICE. The contract time for the arrival of the eastern mail from Chicago is daily, except Saturdays, by 0 o clock P.M. Departure daily, eiccpt Sun days, at 3 o'clock A. M. The south-western mail from Peoria, via Tilack Partridge, Crow Meadow, Majnolia, Point He public and Vermilionville arrives 3 times a v?ck, by 8 o'clock P. At. and departs on ihc same days at 3 o'clock A. M. by the way of luuue, Henry, J.aeon, Hennepin and Peru, every alternate day at the same hours. Tri-vu'ckly mail up Fox River, via Dayton, Noithvii'.e, l eniilield, Uiistol, Oswego and Auro ra to La Tex (liencva) airives every Tuesday. Thursday nnJ SSntnrdny by R o'clock P. M. and departs every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 0 o'clock A. M. Weekly mail to Troy Orove arrives every fSa furday by 12 o'clock M. and tlcparti the same day at 1 o'clock P.M. VVekIy mail to Marseilles, goes out and re turns every fSaturd.'iy. eml-montli!y mail, via rontiae and Avoea to Danville, depnr.s every other Thursday ut i o'clock M. mul arrives tlie 'I hur.iday following at 11 o'clock A. M. Persons sending letters East or -South, will please h;md them in ut asavly an hour as possible, as the P. M. is authored to deliver the mail in anticipation of the contract hour, The Post Ollice is open, on week-Jays, during buisnets hours, and on Sundavs from 9 to 10 o'clock A. M. and from 8 to 9 o'clo-k P. M. M. E. IIOLMSTEE. P. M. Ottawa, Juno SG, lo40. 6 tf. OTTA WA l'KICC CHHHEST. Carted d wafdi fr the Free Trchr. Dacou, 8 to 10 Uecf, per cvvt. 5 00 Butter, 10 to 12 Heeswux, 20 IJeens, white field, 1 00 Candles, sperm, 0'J " mould, 20 " dipped, IS Castings, per lb. 7 Cheese, country, 10 Coil'ce, 10 to IS Furs, rimsknit, VI to 18 " racoon, 25 " beav. 5 CO to G 00 " otter, 4 50 to 5 00 " mink. 23 ro 37 Flour, per bbl. 4 00 Com meal, f'O Wheat, pbirsh. 37 to 4.) Oats, 2" Corn, shelled, 31 Hides, dried, p. lb. 7 green, 3 Deer skins, 3 to 5 Iron bar, 10 Hoop, 15 Lard, 8 Xails, cut, 10 wrought, 13 Oil, linseed, p. gal. 1 7j Potatoes, Irish, 25 uar, loaf, per lb. 20 brown, N. O. 10 full, l.iv. Mown, 137 Aliim.p.buh. I 50 Kanawha, 87 Mint, per lb. 12 Stono Coal, per bush. 12 'fallow, per lb. 12 llonev, 12 Molasses, N.O. p. al. 62 nuiiiir house, 75 STATE CF THE THERMOMETER. From JJirir J. (i. Armstniig'is (Jfii; OTTAWA, Jen, IS 10. mm 0 o'clock. K o'clock. 3 o'i 3f 70 He) t'i 1 74 90 'XZ 2 7 J M C 3 70 81 4 7H 8ii Si 5- 74 7s ;; e? 70 7S 71 J, LV Atiicsr .. O. CI.OVEP.. U. C. COOK. Clovrr X 'ook, Attornies and Counsellors at Law. Olfiee two doors North of ihe Post Oilier, Otla wa, Illinois. August 8, 1840. 12 tf. 1 Q HBLS. OF AMERICAN IJKAN JLl) DY, just reciived, and for sr.le by WALK Kit t SANOElt. August 8, 1810. l'J tf. Caution. M Y wife Ihiiily W. Pasmore hav mi, l.ilt Ml,- hml r,,,l hnnrr :M ,,, just cause, l Hereby caution all persons - ,1.1 II ivi, ,i,.v. ,,u uuuk. iiiiuvui,,. nnatvoroil in I'HHIW IPV 11:1(1 IHimfll.ll from trusting her in my name, as I am homc for HCV,.rai Wvvi, ami on his re determined hereafter to pay no tlolita oftlirn , prc.at surpriRR ami chagrin he her contracting found that Mr. S., the father of his belov- I HILIP C. I'ASMORL. h;i(, S(1,(, his firni( amj with his wifl, Augusts, 18 l'J. 12-3 w. pn(l a-.m-litor had departed for Michigan. Harrcls of (UN, just received fmd for sale low bv the subscribers, AUMOUli it LA MIL July 31, 1 H 10. 11 tf. 7 Haled of Domestic Sll EETINOS, ) juft received ami for sale by the subscribers. A1IMOUU ,t LA MIL Julv 31, IN 10. II tf. JUST received and for sale low, a quantity of LOAF SL'OAR l,v AK.MOUli & LA.MIL July 31, 1810. 1 1 tf. (jy DO.XEOr LEMON SYUUP.just received per Steamer lVvetto, and for sale by WALK Eli k. SANUKK. June 0. 3 tf. von hi li:, A'; AitoE Pati-nt UEAM SCALE, drawing 500 lbs., by WALKEIl &. SANOEtt Ottaw.i, June 6, 1910. 3 if. HEPATIC PILLS. Prepared by Dr. J. "ticket, Ottawa, IllinoU. rCMHESE Pills are admirably calculated to JB. cleanse the stomach, restore iLe proper function of the biliary organs when impaired, and disuel with promptness the cremoniuiv . . - g - symptom cf the Bilious Fevers ia thn state. licing made expressly tor the use of persona in this climate, and intended for a fari.iiy medicine, so that erery one may tvail themselves of the means of cure, and apply the remedy when the Crst symptoms of disease make thc-i; appearance, which will be noticed by a bad taste in the mouih m the morning, with some headache, and a furred tongue. D-r- c The dose for adults is four pill -., to be taken on going to bed at night ; and if tliej should not operate bv morninc, take, two or time more, and repeat them every night until r. lict" i obtained, llut if four pi. Is should operate more than two or three times actively, it will be best to take but two or three the next ti.u?. Children from fivo to ten years old may take frsm one to two pills for a dose. For sale at th Druq; Storo of At. E. IIolKs'er, north east cornt i -A Canal and Columbus street, Ottawa, La Palle county, Pilinoii. Julv 51. ISM. 10 if. NOTICE. riPUlE heirs of Norton Gum, deceased, , lnts of the county of 1,3 Salle, and State of Illinois, arc hereby notified that I intend to present a petition to the Cir cuit Court, to be holdcn at the Court House in the town of Ottawa, in said county, on the second Monday in No vember next, at the opening cf the court, to enable me to sell nil the real estate of the said Norton Gum, deceased, to pay the debts of tlie said estate, (the personal estate being insufficient,) when and where the said heirs can appear and show cause, if any there is, why the said petition should not be granted. DAVID READER, Administrator of the said Estate. Julv 21. lSl'J. 10 5w. IVi'ii autl IVoria Daily I'liclii't 'A,533?5?Y rMMIR Stcnm - Mont A-iuTTM . FRONTIER, Ji-i""' I iJ'.Ki:i.it innstir, will W-'!S!!!ES'"uii ai a regular racket l,'.;wfrlf n, v-3l.ii,tv-i n Peru and Peo ria, leaving : eru ouilv, (Sundays excepted,) at 0 o'clock, v, m. nnd Peoria ut 1 o'clock, a. m. PRINK, WALKUU& Co. July 17. 1840. J-!f. A 1 nt i ti i s t ra t o ! v l i . A LL persons having claims a.'raitif t the estate of Prnjomin Lfndy, deceased, are hereby notified : inl reques ted "to at!e:;d ! i fore the Fro'-ate Justice of La Salle eounly at 1 1 is oilier, in Oi;av;i, on tho 'Jd Monday in .September, A. D. 1810, for the purpose of haviuir the fnuv? adjusted ; that being the day fixed by the subx-iilier, in pursuance of iho statute, for the purpose of fH tiliiuT and adjusting all claims against mid decodeiif. W ILLIAM SEEI.Y, ,'J 'ini.ilsliutor. Ottawa, July I7t!i, 1H 10. 0 (lv. Ottawa Chair Manufactory. W r()ri.l rcMiectfidlv infirm l!ie in'. V.-iMt.t . nf lli'.s viciietv, tlmt ll.i'V i'ti'1 coiilii.ue to niiuii'.f.ii tore ("1 1 Al ;S (in I, a ? idle 'ircet, a f v d. Ncr'h of the Market Jluine, where tliii constantly l.ci p on hi.nd AN ASSORTMENT OF ClI UKS of every description, viz: ll'iul.tor, (ire elan and Plug Sea's f all ki'ids ; Ai.so, Porking-Chairs, Crallei nil Settee . 'f'he Mil'sci'ibcM feel extremely ta'efi.l f ir th. liberal patrmui;rt v. ith which the c i.umi iiity I is favored tliem during the a.-t year, and th.'y re spi ctlolly ticilicil a coiitiiiliaiice el tl." sane, .V. mdmi'i:, V.. I,. WATCHMAN. Ottio.a, Julv 21, 1810. lu-- !l". IVotit'c. OTICE is hereliv i'ivi ,i to all v. horn it may concern, that I intend to apply to the County Coininissiotiei's Court of La Salle county, at Ott:iva; ;tt the next Senlomher Term of mid (-'our'. to ost;iMili :iMotlu.T i'Vrrv urrti. s t!ic j Per,.. ' ....I l .;n ,il. '., i apply for a lieeiisolo keep lb'1 s.i'uc. J. II. KOill.NSO.V A il.rntt 1 lit 1 I . .....v. - laughter. She was an only ehi I illl and tllC i rircurnstaiiers o her lover worn not sucii I ... , . , ., 1lr. ll 41.-, Ull', ,1 , I ,1 fcl... . , - . . j . ....... 1jusim;HH jlaj ,.ai)Mi tllc Vgung man from James tho't he saw through the motive of this movement, ami learning that they had been gone but a few d.iys, hi resolution was at once taken to follow, unprepared , . ..J : "- ll.invls (il'Sinitli Ohio Rectified IIISKM Y, jut receicd ti:i .1 for sale by the subscribers mi Vv'.itcr street, between L:i Salle and Coluinlnis str,-?:?, Ottawa, III. AKMOl.'U o .V.W. July 31, I HID. 11 tf. -g "V llaneUof HHANDY, ju.-t re, n 8 V ed and for sale low by tic sub scribers. AILMOltt Ji. j.AMU. July 31, 1H0. 1 1 tf. B the 'siibst nbcrs uiare si;pply cf Dry ("loons. Hoots &, Skoks, and (iKocKr.iEa, and for salo low, for Canal Scrip, by AUMOUlv & LA MIL July 31, 1810, U tf. I, Jm sew goods. " ; J. SHULEE, MERCtfAtfT TAILOH, v OTTAWA, IU.INCI?, " , , " v : l H ESPECTFCLLV .uifrtrm the rl:licn of " Otuwa and vicmily, that bw In. jut re ceived f.om rLiladclphiaiity, alarjj3assor!uici.i4if ' Broad Cloths, of ri-io'is roTnr.i vir t Rliin Itlrb Tr..:, - - - , 1. , A ( 1 , i ible Green, Brown, Dull.. Cadet, Su-el-mix'd, L'rrib, &c. 2ls3, a - large assort ment ol UAtMMLKiiS,-Fancy Stripe and oihcr different colors. A variety cf Satinetti, of various ec!o:3, tveh as BIscf, blue, Ir.viaLb Green; Brown, Ash, Ca det, Steel-mix'd, c. Also, Pombazine of 21 prrllirt minlitv 5 tn'J;j.,.,j ment of full-triined Satin and Ucintazine Stocks; Getitierricus Gloves, Gamelastic Suspenders; the hteit style cf Satin, Marscillts ar.J &UU Vdiet, excellent ar ticles for 1'enfs. Also, Shirts, zai a splendid assortment of Trin.rnings. He has p!?o received a lot of Peavcr end Pi i t Cloths, and aa . excellent article cf Blue Pluthing for Over-Coals, a. variety otMerinoes; Corduroy, Fancy and Plain C.rrirris. I'vrhrt TTimithrrrhiaf " ' X,t, Ladings, and Summer Cloths. Mr. Shuler respectfully informs hia friends and the public in general, that he continue? the Tailoring business in all its various bronchos" July It, IS 10. ' 0 3m. xotici;. MY wife, Saruh ,'lnn, has left my bed and bo-.ird without any juit cause or provocation; all persons are, there fore, hereby cautioned against hnr-' bouriuir or trusting her on my account, as I shall pay :io debts of her contracting. ll.UUTIIY JIURKOM. Ottawa, July 3. 1810.' 7 lw." State of IlUois. LA SAI.LE C'OINTY, SCT. Circuit Court. To November Term 1610. Timothy IIokho.m, -j In Chancery."! ts. v Fttition fer a di- Paraii Ann- Hokuo-i, J vorce. NOTICE is hereby given, that the , e.bovo n;:med petitioner Timuthy llorrom, liar filed in tlie fiicc of the Clerk of the Cirouk Court of Flid ecLi.tv i : :.: . , . i- , i pcmioii, yr, inj v) i c (irvt rce.i )r:'i.i tlie said Sanili Ami Ilorrrm; t!,"t n n;n- l.i i , l""H mii CJI Is.'UC I lil liila etH.: " turnal.'ltf before, the Circuit Coi.n. ii Salle county tn the t:ru y:,y Lf : N; term then cf, to be h l-'cti rt tl'c House in Ottr.wa on il.o second Mtt..'. in Novf in! cr i (M ; prd it ipp nit sati-l'icu.ry : fltdavil, fled i:i tl.e Cfi'.tc the Clerk cf tlie Circuit Ccurt f f e:.' county, th.it tl.c rAi Sardt Ai:o IL,rr :r. re? ides vl:!iotit the llmi'.u f the slate . UliiKUf,; Now , t.Lhf.i (..!, the raid S -rah Ann Horrent, shall pern rally 1c tr.: appear before l!:o said Circuit Ccurt o:i ll.e dr. t (!y cf t!ic next t.-nn theieof, "to be holdrji at the Court House in Ott nvu on the s.,id second Monday in November next, at:.! r.nhvcr the snid petition, tl.c .'.ar.ie v. ill ! take n an coi.feif and tho ui;itters and liiin:s therein prajed for will In- dccrc"d rccordiivr to t'.c pr.ivcr of the .said petitioner. . J. CLOFD," Ckrk, Ottawa, Llijims, July -J, 1S40. Da Kr.v Li:i.am, Solictor.? Julv a. f-T t' I'ctiuciij-r. 4w. .tIi;iit:Miv:tii'r .'Hcti'. . I L its ka'.itvj: claims against 1 i. lit;.' i M.'.ti: cf J(tM'i G. Hiriiis, J, - ed, t.w bc:o!.y si--!:lul aiiU rcqttcsi ted to present ;n:e t ) l!:c c.;b:.-ci;ibei:, r.!m;.ti-::t.:r cf , m.'-J rvttc, or to ti.? P.t'v:':' Jvtice cf f . t ': !V cotoitv, with in Mm i::-i:i!h fin v.i thr d.it- Icutif, for s' t l m tit. B. VAN VALKENBFRGII, iiwKii.i.iru'Or. Ott:.wa, July 3a, liil'j. , 7 lw. ' o T f f : i: r. S hereby given, that, on the bth day 2 of Amriit in t. I will proceed to sell to the highest end bcrt bidder the north-' u .t tjiiaru-r of S. ciion No. 31, in town-. ! "'': lNo- 1 0' r:ii:?c wt of toe principal l'li-rmiMi, in t!tc county of Putnam, Stat.' cf t F iiioi , i.s the 'property, '.!.... 4' . . . I C ,11 ' f , , , ' Ll" -'ll '"' K'fi f-. ti!:ll Kl, Ul.'C O. vj. ,: 1 . 1 . 1 ... -ei .-:uc i" co upon trie saivi premises n: (,. I isn-rlit nf l,inn innnltii (lia ,.i .,,.- :. : ..... i .. -' ... ... in".. , - . . " STEPHEN ALDicICH, ' .'di.iinisirutar. is tn. 7 lw. 3. Ad'iiins-.trator's Notice. LL persons h:aiog clJms agaiiist 1 A. the csi.it.; of Pzru ,leklry, dee'd.', u ro hereby notified And retjucslcd to pre- .cut the saioe to tl o subscriber, .tdniini- stntor of sai l cs'.ale, or to the- I'robate I .. ,.c i .. o .ti . - ' ., uuT.o;.- ci ii i .iiu :'(,iin:v. ui miti'inn. - B' ? 111117 months from tlie dat h( roof, Lr settfe LEMAN AClvLYiY. SlJiiiiiiijirafor. Utfawn. July 3d, IS 10. 7 -tw. Mvu)mI from Vtion, ;.r-. (fX tho ! 1th inst. A I3AV i' "f)'.M old.:, 7 at lS luunts BAY ht 1110 c?".-. u-j high, wi,!i bbtok mane arullui1 rather riender biii'.t no tb.cf marks re coll.. cted, f.vccj t :i small l;-rh w. one cf h:s eyes. Any peroou rrtunihtg- maul wro to tLu s-tiljtic riber r. i .U tk.i I,a Fairi county, Illinois, or giving "Infextmaticn- wnorc ue may loumr pnau ce utauy rewarded. : 'iU:t ' JAMES CLAIUCiri. Utica, June ?f3. JH. 6 4t v. f