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THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER.
THE FREE TRADER. OTTAWA, Friday, September 11, blO. DKMW BAT1C I-KITFOBJI. " Opint;i to a KatUawl Bank, as fraught wUh danger to our fi te institution-! and to the liber ties of the peopVtJ'"'" " g'"" '" ronlivlliug power over the general currency and business of the. country. Opposition to the pre tut Nanking System, as dijective in principle and unsafe in practice, and requiring a radical reform. A total separation of the fiscal concerns vf (I'overninent from all Bulking Institutions, as the best guarantee for the preservation of our National Independence. Encouragement to all .. Banks, boxed upon sound principles, with the ability and disposition at till times to redeem their bills in gold andsilicr, tutd an cjrpres pin vision in all Bank Charters, requiring ample security to be givtv to the Stale for the redemp tion of their issues in spine on demand, and the perpetual subjection if all acts of incorporation to the control of the l.rg;lllurc.,' Agents for Hie IlliaoU I'rft Trndrr. , The following gentlemen arc authorized to ac as agents of this paper, viz: M. MTT, ' 7 r,,ru I,a COUtv F.M Diaiimip, S D. IS. Hnensoi.. mail contractor. l (. Millbii, Dayton. A. O. Smith, Smith's Mills. , Jasov (IrHiKT, '1'roy Grove. I,. W. Di m mock, Vermilion villi. . IIkvry Phillip-, Munson, (Indian iffek.) (,'. V. UsTXotim, P. M. Pontine Ur.Ks Mouoan, Morcan's Mill. jtMt.s t'J. Ciipp, ltrintol, Knii" Co. III. William Rivet, nrar Van lSurcu. William Iv. 1J n vv v, Sunburv. Illinois. Hknuv Hicks, 1IUU' mill, De Kalh Co. III. (rJ'Post Masters, ami o'.lirr individuals resi ding in I3 fallc and the ii'boiniutr, counties, who art- wiliiii:' to act a ix -nts ii their nwaecw neighborhoods, wiil plea.-e nuke lilt same Known to us, by mail or othrrvv i;e. I From the Kichimmd Enquirer. 1 lie Xcw Itei-n of Terror ! Sfftrit of I fid g gery .' Beware ! ! We are startled by the viol -nee display ed by so many Whigs, They scent de termined to put Mr. Van Huron out, atall events and to stickle at no means to ef fect their ol'jeet, by humbugs, n icks ; and if necessary, by force. For example : . Mr. Win. C Preston boldly declared in the Log Cabin in this city "that al though he believed Mr. Van Burcn would be defeated by constitutional means, yet if those means were insuilicient, if the ballot box should fail him, lie for one, was willing to resort to the rights and the arms that Nature gave him. He said this to a Virginia audience, and that Virginia audience . answered him with shouts of applause '." Capt. Stockton of the Navy ! declared to one meeting of the People of New Jersey, that in our father's time, there were men in New Jersey, who, if they had held the commission for member of Congress, would bavr? nailed it to the ta ble of Congress with their hunting knife, nnd seen what Southern cavalier would have dared to take it away. In another meeting at Jersey City, he exclaimed : "And here, befote Heaven, I pledge my self to oppose these marauders and plun derers of our rights, who only want 200, 000 men to take possesion of our pcr ' sons. If c have the means in vitr hands, let as net peaceably if we eun, forcibly if ice must; If tee. come to the ballot boxes and Ore defeated, I do not. cay all is lost, there will he, men still who will protect the. flag and die rather than these marauders should take possession of il let them not therefore lay that flatter ing unction to their souls. I, for one, will go and try with all my heart and all my influence, but if not p-teect'sfril, I will not give up, for by heaven I will carry cn the war." The Cincinnati Advertiser of the 5th inst. states that Corwin (the Whig candi date, for Governor ol Ohio) said at the log cabin meeting, " Let is move in so lid PHALANX TO THK nALLOT. BOSKS AND Til K HE DEPOSITE OCR VOTES, AND IF WE CANNOT CARRY A MAJORITY, ARE WE NOT JUSTIFIED IN I'SIXG FORCE V And who is not startled and indignant at the language employed by G raves of Kentucky, in the following extract from "The Jcflersonian," publishedatCharlcs ton, Kanawha county, (aye, in Virginia.) of the 1st inst. Read. Virginians! and then say, Is this the party whom you will take to your bosom ? " Congress adjourned hi the UUttdt. Messrs. Crittenden and (raves arrive.! at tlris place, on- Wednesday evuiin:: I.ki. and e:i'di.fC''!i'.!i'ni.i!i deliver;.,! :::i ii(idrei,s before the Tippvmo't Chb ,f Ofvirl-.-s-ton. , ' Vox ci prrtcr.M nihil." " YVc h-ive noiiV.r 'he timp ciiivaliiMi to make an' coni:::.' u brilliant and thundtrlnu : pecc " bertV.tiful extract' from thru i" 4 ... nor '.4 "Il U. ! i:rs. Unci f the Hon. ! MT. i raves, we Wxl n; to coiii-e-il -.'1 L'uv it j from the public eye. We .! sulstantially, if not alnuvu v liatnn, a.- we. 5:eavd it from On gct'tb-m:-! bimsr-lf, " Speakii..? iii a Erik-ml way of t!: Irrpd C'Vni.!ii.'ii' of our (iovo'.-tcri'-iiT. ani r.f i!"..' abomi:- '..ic.!,,i cf Van !$',-( n in ;-:r tlcubir. the i !.-:.tc. ' ()ta;or .hi., h.-hl f.r-' the following ri-'-r.:r. '.net:p..te in t!ie Mt tie cdist Ciiuvcii -.1 cleiichod ami up'. tied, and li.c oii.er rup-pinp- fiiriouslv the railinj round the ullar: IF IT WERE NOT FOR THE HOPE OF REDRESS THE HOPE OF A CHANGE THROUGH THE BALLOT-BOX,' I WOULD II ERE SO HELP ME GOD!! UPON THIS HOLY ALTAR! TAKE AN OATH THIS NIGHT TO .TAKE UP ARMS AND MARCH WITH .YOU TO a I rentoit WASHINGTON, AND PULL DOWN THE PRESENT DYNASTY.' " Ex uno Discc. omncs. . And it is said, that one of the Hotspurs of this city publicly declared on Monday last, that if Martin Van Burcn was re elected, it would he the last election ever made at the ballot-boxes. What phrenzy is this ? And will the people of Virginia I trust their country in the hands of men, who are so infuriated by their passions ? We arraign such men as the enemies of the public peace who would light up the torch of civil dissension, rather than sub mit to the will of the majority. Such men arc fitter for the mad-house, titan to guide the affairs of Srreat People. We would as soon take luif3s from Bedlam, and place them as engineers on the cars of our railroads. Their passions destroy their reason. They are utterly unquali fied to be trusted with the destinies of the first Republic in the world. i ioii MCiiw una ilw jjru. I V..... T- - ... i. "Wk stoop to roxai Kit." This insulting motto, which was home fo triumphantly inthe procession nf the WhigCouvention at Baltnore, has called forth from the pen of our private corre spondent, 13. JI.,the following indignant rebuke, bet it lie read and preserved. Tin: ii:iot kat'h rioiiikt:. You stoop to conquer," ciimcd the thought The lip that spoke the hand that penn'd it Our countiy never ahull lie bought, .Nor comp'ereil, while we can defend it. As braves the stormthe mountain rock, Ascleiives the cloud the eagle's pinion, We'll meet oppression's battle nhoik, And triumph o'er corruption's minion. ' You stoop to coii;ner ?" Who nre ou ? Thai from your mountain lieiht de?i?in(linp,)' Break f.ishion's cobweb b-iniers throuth. And with Ihe sons of freedom Mendim;, With golden bribe and treacherous smile, f-'ow the vile 'seedji of rank po'lutie.n. And wilh your reptile hliiiie defile The temple of our (.'(institution? 'You I'irp tn coiKjUev" stoop fiotn what, lli.nh inimeles or lofty slali'Mi;' ? What proud pre-.'mim nee is that, Whence ye d..-:id to c 'iirr nations ? Poor nurselings of tho Tederal r.tye, lVd on the husks of aristocracy, Ye quo il in fear beneath the eye Of nature's true and tried demoda. y. " You stoop to ro'in't'-r" whom ? the free Inheritors of glory 's banner, Who never yet have bow'd the knee, Nor sung oppression's loud hossannah Children of sires whose valor t ro From tyrant brows the di.ideai, And in the march of nation's lore The first roud trophy won for them !. " Wc sto;ip to conquer"' may the name Of him who bora that banner, linger Forever on the roll of shame, A mark for scorn's unmoving finccr. May they who bailed that banner whin lis dark folds to the nir were, given, Traitors alike tot iod and men, From freedom's home in EC'irn be .driven. Back 1 1 your deiir1, poor drivelling fools Bom in corruption's darkest rrgions, Fit only for the servile tools Of tyranny's accursed legion!:, The hearts of freemen while they keep, Watch o'er the ii ;hts theirsires bequeathed them Shall blast wilh curses, loud and deep. The w .mis you've br.-a'h'd, and the lips that b.eath'd them. B. It. I.i'tf ('rtt,iii llio wtty it ivli. We take the following advertisement (Voin a N'ew Vork j-;cr, which will t;ive the reader some idea of Ihe progress of whig pric:j Irs.' in that 'ptartcr ; Sni-niFi-'s Sale. By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias, to me directed and de livered, I will expose to sale, on the 8th day of August, inst. nt 10 o'clock, A. M. at the Log Cabin, in M'Dougcl street, a quantity' of all kinds of Liquor, Jfiiirs, Scgars, ij-c Jacob Acker, Sheriff. August 12th, 1810. '.' Possum up a imm stump, Cooncy iu a hollow." Xisld'ille ( IV.) ft inner. Whiskies to tho rescue ! Cooncy in a cage, (io il witli i ruth, boys, (Jo it I.N A RAGE. " Mum" is the word, boys, " Rn-" "h the game, " f'.j.wy" ir, rhn en,blein Of CLlJ 'i li V WS.. Co ii t'H-e. f-. r Co-.: ; I'n-i;:.".' !' A c? -re ! fio i: hi:!, a Vi,:.I. h y. "; IT IX A ilA'i'E. V 1 .-.err- Th ii! ,' of f'.-ir".; ' W'1'T.'l witl va c u ' n fi '. . istc-; .-,'; r i' ti,. ;r )... ;io ;i" r 1,-, v. 'tlM '7-IM'f no p.- f - -U fitly '"li- 7.. r.A;;r. r.r.'i. '-1 Hi, "t.a at ' ' 'if:;,:; fl.c.. Wi I)-;.:-;.'.. ' rr'ifter. ' f A u -. -. ! -.1 y.- 1 l usl- ;. . irt i.f (J :i B.tv. 'J" her.; were seven stores burnt. The sufferers were D. Whitney, who lost a large store-house and another building occupied as a store, used by Mr. Reed Bartlett, whoso goods were also consumed. Buildings not in sured, but. the goods were. The store house of W. II. Bruce & Co. and also the more and goods partially insured. W. D. Colbourn'n building and goods were destroyed. 'Kentucky. The vote for Governor has teen counted at Trankfort it stand, Letcher, (W.) 5 1,039 French, (D.) 39,15S. I.ct.-hcr's ma jority, 15,811. A Gimd Suggestion. A writer in the Albany Argus recommend that the electoral ticket for the Mate of New York, be composed entirely of A mnerutie Hvulutlimur Sj!diers. Arrivals niitl Departures or Hit' MAILS. POST-OFFICE NOTICE. The contract time for the arrival of the eastern mail from Chicago is daily, except Saturdays, by 9 o'clock I M. Departure dailv. except Sun. davs, at 3 o'clock A. M. Tho south-western mail from Teoria, via Black Partridge, Crow Meadow, Magnolia, Point Ke- pulIiiwil ermilionville urrives 3 times a vrwk. by 8jucl; P. M. and departs on the same day at a o clock A. .VI. by the way of Home, Henry, Ijfc oo, Hennepin and Peru, cerv ulternatc dav Lrtt the same hour . In-weekly mail up I-ox luver, via Dayton, Noitlnille. Pcnnfield, Bristol, Oswego and Auro ra to I. a Fox (Geneva) arrives every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday bv 8 o'clock P. M. nnd departs every Mondnv, Wednesday nnd Friduv nt (i o'clock A. M. Weekly mail to Tioy (Jrove arrives every .wa turday by I'i o'clock M. and departs the same day at 1 o'clock P. M. , . Weekly mail to Marseilles, goes out and re turns every Saturday. Semi-monthly mail, via Pontiac and A vara to Danville, deparls every other Thursday at 1" o'clock M. and arrives the 'i hurray following at 11 o'clock, A. M. PC-.: ons sending h'tterc K.ist or South, will please hand them in at as ( a: ly an hour aspossibe. as the P. V,. h Hiitlinris' d l,i deliver (he mail in anticipation of the contract bi'ur. The Post Ollice is open, on week days, during business hours, and on Snndavs from 9 to 10 o'clock A. M. and from H to !) o'clock. I. M. M. K.IlObLISTFR, P.M. Ottawa, June 20, 1710. G tf. Administrator's Vr.tico. A LI j rersons liavintr elaitnn r.atut jt.a: the estate of ,Tn: T rrrt k, . 1 c nl. ;:ro hnr.'1iv !o ' i. ,m ' ...-(' ) !10;;'h'i. a:;.', J't'.lieili'.l 1 0 present the : tn:-, 'm t!:c- subcri!-.er, admi nistrator of sai'! csii'c, or to the Probate Justice (if Ln i'iUc c.-ti-v.y. wi hin nin nvnths from the date hereof, for settle ment. DA MEL LITTLE. Administrator. Ottawa, Sept. 5th, 1810. 17 -iw STATE Ol' ILLINOIS, ? La Sai.lk Ccu ntv, La Sulle Cinuit Court, 7o Xovrmbcr Term, 1810 George W. Armstromi, I Alt; f i?l ttachment. vs. (!eohc;e M. Rostwici; i?100 03. NOTICE is hereby given to the said (ieorge M. Bostwick, that a Writ of Attachment, i.-stied out of the Clerk's Oflice of the Ciiettit (,'ourt of said county of La Salle, dated the 8th day of July, A. D. 1840, at the suit of George W. Arm strong, against the estate of the said (ieorge M. Bostwick for the sum of four hundred dollars and ninety-three cents, directed to the Sheriff of Ln Salle county to execute; which said Writ has been returned by the said Sheriff "levied upon the East half of lot four (4) and the East half of lot five (5) In Block twelve (18), with the appurtenances (hereunto belong ing, in the town of Utiea, ' and that said suit is now pending before the Circuit Court of said county of La Salle. Now, unless you the said George M. Bostwick shall personally be and appear before fh Circuit Court of said county on the first dav of the next term thereof, to be iiohlen at tho Court House iu Ottawa, on th second Monday in November next, give special bail and piead to the f aid plaintiff's action, Judgment will be entered against yon by default, in favour of the sai plaintiff, and the estate, attached as r, fore said, will be sold to satisfy the same witl costs. . J. CLOUD, Clerk. Ottawa, September 10th, 1840. Dickey fc Lei.anp, Plaintiffs Attorneys. 17-4w A large lot of Saddles, Brim.es, Mar tixoales and Collars just received and for tale bv the subscribers. IIUI.LBL'T & RUSSELL. Ottawa, Sept. 1, 1840. 16 tf. A larjrc assortment of Ladies' French Kid Slii's and Gentlemen's Pi-ars just received and for tale by IHJRLBUT A RUSSELL. Ottawa, Sept. 1810. 10 tf. IVOTU'E. orders drawn by r he S;, :'ancer ccc) 'r d Mid inad" payable .'. in d a usual at par 1'nl V. ., I i f h forming otir .':. foti'ni.p; (1st; "'rip i ! I.Tct-fier be '. r " f ' r., (U. Thr t: .ii-ed i('ers or ': v. 1 ,r - ;T. tho tame , -. ::' i';-,ient the ; I . - f" "m. r Tip IS 1 H'v.v-., S'iNGER. in-:f. . 1, A(!iiiiitil..jii i'i .Notice. A LL persons having claims against the estate of Jam's C. Llgecombe, deceased, are hereby notified and request ed to present the same to the subscriber, administratrix of said estate, or to tho Probate Justice of La Salle county, within nine mouth-4 from the date hereof, for settlement. JANE S. EDGECOMBE, Administratrix. Ottawa, Sept. 3, 1810. 10 Cw. XEW GOODS. IIULBURT &. RUSSELL HAVE just received at the old stand of II. & H. Hulburt, on, the comer of La t'alle and Canal streets, l irgc and well selected stock of Dry Gomk Groceries, Hardware, . Boots' it Shoes, and Crockery, which they offer to sell cheap for cash, or ex changd for Dry Hides, Wheat, Oats, Com, Beeswax, tie. :c. , Ottawa, August 1 1, 1310. 13 tf. "Ottawa Uakery. 4 rilllfi subscriber would respectfully inform the L citivens of Ottawa and vicinity, that he still carries on the above business in Columbus street, opposite the Waggon makers Shop, w here he always keeps on hand good supply of . , Frvsh llrfad, ('rakers, take?. Pies," r. He would likewise inform the publicthat he has A fJroccry Connected with the above establishment, and constantly keeps on hand a good Supply of Liquors, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, Sic, &c lie Tcspeetiuliv solicits a rontiuuancc ot that I patronage with which the public has heretofore I favored him. JAMES AUMOL K. I He respect fully solicits a rontiuuancc of that Ottawa, August 14, 18 10. 13tf. Administrator's Notice. ALL persons having claims against t!ie estate of ft illium Conway, deceased, are hereby notified and request ed to attend before the Probate Justice of La Salle county, at his ollice, iu Ottawa, on the second Tuesday in September, A. D. 18-10, for the purpose of having the same adjusted j that being the day fixed by the subscriber, in pursuance of the statute, for the purpose of settling and adjusting all claims acainst said decedent. J. 11. KLMOliE, Administrator. August 14, 1810. 13 Cw Administrator' IVoticc. LL persons having claims against t.. the estate of Pmney Bliss, deceas ed, tire hereby mnified and requested to attend before the Probate Justice for La Salle county, at his office in Ottawa, on the 2'ith day of October, A. I). 1810, for the purpose of having the Fame adjusted that being the day lixed upon by the subsciiber, in pursuance of the statutes, for toe purpose of settling and adjusting all claims auamst said decedent. EKASTUS G. NICHOLS, Administrator. August 14, 18-10. 13 6w FI Eeight Day II 11.1 SS CLOCK'S, p just received and warranted, and for sale for cash or country produce, on rea sonable terms, by Aug. 28. U AI.KEH .V S.1XGLII YcM ii Aiitii;ili its 1 ill. llll.M. 1 iIIk are (loud to the t ullic ns a A'J JIAb'l K', 8(!iii ted troie raiticulailv to liilu ns i.oururies. nnu liileiulcil to u i Iv ill pla.-q of ( 'iilonie! w bii b is so cMniBivi 'v im.l inm- nmis'y UHod ; rsi ecinllv wln n oilnnnistered bv unskiiiiil baiiUH, us il too lic.juei.tly is, in new and tninlv Ki ttled eouiitoi s. As Huh pl y.:c im rii.iie an efilcienl in ihrowinrr oil a bilidus iiltnek, In niu' at the hHine time p. r lect.v niie, nun ailop ilier inoro j. roper, ss a pre pnmtorv iiirdieme, in the treatment of ML- lOi rs fi;i-;iv, 1 f.M.i; AND AtJI F, nml nil the variety of intf rinilli nts, incident to a bil ious or nrue country, it will ceitninlv be found irefi ruble to all mcn-miiil picpfintioiis ; nl the same lime their operation in rt n.ilil tint tl.cy may l.e ucil witn perleet siifety ihuI great adviin- inne. oh a l Afl.ll.i 1 in SIC. 'J'hcy w iil als i l.p found useful in all PH-IOI N COMl'l.AIN'I'S, Jmnilee, L-rrr t'omjlii.t, Si.-ll i.t'i.T' r, A;;ue iU.I.-f, ' C.'c, I'wtivuin .i, Los if a f. pit -, and in ullrnses of Tuij ar if l.'it. D net I-. ' Full directions accompany cseh Box. J'rirc 25 cents, i'repiirtd bv 1JK. POAKItM.W. White Pigpnn, Mich. l. P. Tlirf-e Pills Hie r l.tin !y vr(;etal.e. I or niile nl the I'rur? store of ( f; L. 'I bompaon A o., Ciiaivn, lllini.is. Am'. 28, 1S-10. l.r lv. - IMt. ItOAIllMIAA'S ANTI-I'i:ri:il PILLS. (Prepared trprmly fur the Wat etui iS'.,i.M.) rilllFSp, pills are offered to the ublic kk o n M veiitative, and rei.n dv for the Fevcm of these countries. By the projer UK' ol ihcic iIIh, it; vfk .v a(;i;f With all its varieties, of Chill Ft ver, Bninh Aywr, Ac. together with Periodical Kbunmtie I'ains, I'e rioilicai Headaches, TSiiibt-NweiitH und all those biirassina syiuptoii.s of debility all of which have lie ir origin in the Mime eun?e, may beeithir pre vented or removed. bii.ioi s I'DVFiv or Pibiocs r;:vit. TBN'P l'J.VF.f!. (wl.ii-li are the iikmI prevalent in the killer j art ot mtemer pi d fall.) TV I'll IS FiiVF.R, (which (.erieiiillv cuiiineiirCK iin a le inilU iit, but si.oii immincH a tvplms character ) and YKLLOW VI', V I'll (thut scourge rf the S-itith) will iu iIithc pill, find a most formidable foe. I'ucli Box is accompanied with full directions for use. l or tale at the Drua; ftore of d. L. Thompson ('o. Ot a'va. Ills. Auc. If-4 (I. - 15 ly. Just Itcctivt.l p tlie sel scnl is a large supply of Dry (Joods, Boors & Snorcs, and G Rot. euiks, and fir sale low, for Canal cnp. bv ARMOUR t LAMB. Ji;!v 31, 1310. 1 C I I II. LANK DEEDS, ju-n printed on a superior quality of paper, nnd fur sale at the oflice of the "FREE TRADER." UDGMENT BONDS, just printed and for sale at the oflice of the "FREE TRADER." 10NSTABLES' S.'ILFS, itnTrmt- J ed and for sale at the office of the "FREE TRADER." LANK SCMMoySFS, k. in con stantly on hand and far sale nt this ollice. LANK S I' I IP IF. .i S, kept eon- stantlv on hand ami for srde atlhi ofi'ire. NEW WOODS. J. S H U L E R, MERCHANT TAILOR, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, EsPECTFl'LLY informs tlw citizens of Or I in a nnrl vl.-itiitv tliaf fit Itna illt VA eeived from Philadelphia chy, a large assort ment of Itroad I'lotlis of various colors viz: Blue, Illack, Invis- ible Green, Rrown, Dalia, Cadet, . Steel- mix'd,. Drab, tc. Also, a large assort- metit of CASSIMERES, Fancy Stripe and other different colors. A variety of r, . , , 1 ti i SatinettS, of various colors, such as black, Blue, Invisible Green, Brown, Ash, Ca- det, Stecl-mix'd, &c. Also, Bombazine r . v. i j j . of an excellent quality ; a splendid assort- ment of full-triined Satin and Bombazine Stocks ; Gcntlemens Cloves, Cumclastic .. , i i i r f . Susp-nders ; ' the latest style of Satin, Marseilles and Silk I'ehet, excellent ar- tieles for I'ests. A's0 Shirts, and a splendid assortment of Trimmings. He 1 !. : i ay. lias :ils.i rpeciVfd a lot of llfnrf.r nnd lJi- 1 - .-, lot Cloths, and an excellent article .of JUne Flushing for Over-Coals, a variety ji i r .'! i of Mermoes, Corduroy, fancy and Plain Cravats, l ocket Handkerchiefs, Crape, Lasfings, and Summer Cloths. ' Mr.' Shuler respeetfullv informs Lis friends and the public in general, that he continues the Tailoring business in all its various branches. . . July 17, 184U. - V .im. I'CI UtllHl IN Ol ill-Daily EncliOt. t M MIR Steam - Boat FRONTIER, Ikiuur master, will run as a regul.ir packet between Peru and l'co- tia. IravuiK i rru thtilv, (Sundava except-d,) at C o'clock, p. m. and IW, at 7 o'clock. m. VJ'RINK, .WALKKR& Co. Julv 17. 1613. 9 tf. 1BBL. Peach Brandy, just received and r i i iiiiirnn mvnrn for sale by ALKLK A; SAINGLR. Autr. 21. BI3L. Port Wine, a first rate article, just, received ami for sab by ' o i ii.lu; i e. o ' t-. n I &BULS. Molasses, just received and l"l .Tint I'J Allfr 21. ""WALKER &. SANGER. CWWi!vplil!(. d R (-'bests Tea. assorted, just received applied it, and for three days found, ashesup Arf.,,i f. C(1i i, ; posed, no beni fit, but after thut he perceived that i . ,..... vug. I. W ALK bit (t SAISGLK. idi. v-i.errv iranuy, superioi qnantv, nil .i ri l i. i .1 just received and for sale by Aug. 2 1 . WALKER &. SANGER. ..nin u i. ii i.j . i Si It It I .N. t nonrii MrriTiili' mal rnri.ti . . ,' J ' atnllor sale l)V Aug. 21. WALKER &. SANGER. HMDS. New Orleans Sugar, just re- ceived and for sale by Aug. 21. WALKER k SANGER, d Bales of Domestic SHEETINGS. O just received and for sale by the subscribers. ARMOUR .t LAMB. Julv III, 1810. I I if. QCl'ONE WARE, a large supply, just . ... .. ii.rf kZ received and fore sale by Aug. 21. WALKER it SANGER JHOTU H. rBIIIFi heirs of Xorlon Hum, deceased, JL. late of the' county of La Salle, and State of Illinois, arc hereby notified that 1 .intend to present a petition to the Cir cuit, Court, to be holden at thfc Court House in the town of Ottawa, in said county, on the second Monday in No vember next, at tho opening of the rourt, to enable,, me to sell all the real estate of the said Norton Gum, deceased, ' to p.'tv the debts of the said estate, (the. personal estate being insiifb'eient,) w hen and where the said heirs can appear and show' cause, if any there is, w hy the tajd petition should not be (.'ranted. DAVID READER. Auminisirator oi tue said instate. Julv 21. 1810. 10 rw. Stale of Illinois, LA SALLE CO IN TV. Iii the Circuit Court if said county, To .'oi(iid(r Term, IS 10. Ciiakles Williams, '. Ill ( ) 111 niifi' is. i ' - lltlllt v i William I). MAtmsti f Bill to foreel.ise JohnC.Caluwi-.i l. J a Morlgaifc. T tippcaring by satisfactory aflidavit filed in lie; office of tho Clerk of the Circuit Court of said county, that Wil liam D. Martin, one of the above named defendants, is a non-resident of the state fif Illinois. Notice is then fore hereby civen, that the s:iid complain:. nt, Charles 1 1 : 1 1 t . , ii i , - , i , miiiams nan ii;cu ins neicin, and a i M,mIIll,nSi having been istied brr-ri r 'for ding to law, retiirna' b Ik f.-n; the Circuit Court of L i Salle county, on the M-cuid Monthly y November mwt. Now unless you, the said William D. .Martin, k ! i r-1 1 ' pi iM;..i'!y be ;iil appear before the Cir Iciit Civit: of faid rounfy, on the first day of the next t.rin thereof,, to be h-obVn at the Co',:: 1I.. l .c in Ottawa, on the second Monday in November next, and answer the nutters tnid thiiiL's eonp.-nied in the said complainant' Hill of complaint, die i same wiil Ir taken as conksred. rod tlie matters and things' therriu prayed fur will he decreed accordingly. J. Clpi'd, Clerk; . Peti-.wh f Gale, Solicitors for ecmpfuinant. August 1H10. 5 It. M ON FY TO LET in small sums. on blunt time, for undoubted se curities, by R.,K. SWIFF. Troy Grove, Sep:, t. mt IC if. r.. DIL1KS celebrated Chemical Plaster. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY IOR Rheumatism, Fevertorts, WhiletweUiiig, . Inflammation in tht eyes. Burnt, Swettti in 8,-arLt Feeer, Quinsy, ire ' THE PUBLIC' ,, y V mtfjr wwrniTha may certify, SSS4 ffi rh'hiSnSS years been in a delicate state of health, no tht I hfve lcen 1u'l!,I Pr and cm ulate wid Ku--omta"!!1! f i1" !ur"'r"-g lommunity liemandi; and feeling that so valuable an article ought to be made known to the afilicud, I have made arrangementa with H. A'lla, Ohio, to manufacture ? 'cud " ,u ,TI naaie as my sole successora. This, tho-f..fe. may i nl.ed on as the trnuine artieU hi n-u-tore a'jart hv m". As witnes u; ... LivAKi U.s DEAN. estt.cld, ( inutaunucco.. 2 Y Jan I lH'ta ' -,. u-0-..nJan.i, jj. The Chemical Plaster is an important remedy 10 a11 'l',i'' who are afllieted with inttammatory ZT"' tg'"' lf"' ,co"ntin .in- Il4,"''t'on, and giving sptudy ichef, by iu active, h..,;.. i i" eouuiu.c jiruiienu-a. jn et- tectuul remedy f.jr inflammatory rheumatism, agi ' !'e l.reast, cramp, bums, bruise?, scrofula, old " oners oi uiiiium everv uescripuon, cankered and swelled throat arisingfrom scarlet fever, fcl mis. white swcliiries, chilhlains, &c Persona siriiig from livn complaints, pulmonary diseas- 'f'. 'T BTn77i Wt -T1? i will find relief. In ufl caara it may be uaed with safety OO The Harter is now rut up in boxe. at 50 Made and sold, wholesale and retail, by II. tors. - .N'one rrnubfc nisieaa siEned bv HI Harris on the wrapper. TESTi!;OXIAt.vS. Pr ! Lixe, Pa.. At ril 7. Messrs. llama &. Co. fira: Since I was at y,"r Jub' bwt. I have used E. Dean'a C hf ""f" . lasttr'. 1,!eh hra ,c you at different times, and feel myself in dut bound to you as proprietors, and to the public generally, to recommend the same as a safe nnd n'y for ihoa complaints for which it is recommended. I have used it in several casoa of inllsmed eyes, in some of which its ffvcu as a curative have lieeri decided, and in no case has it failed of eivins relief where it has been applied accordins to direction., and all who have used it ar" Pcr,,'''''y snt'sm'o with it so far as I know. havcahw amdh 4 it in some aevere cases of ague in th: breast w ith the happiest cflccts. L0(?nn, who has ln afflictd with the rheuma- ia.ui. ... w..v Ii ir ui Ullllllll 1 CUin, EU Ll.ltl I1C IIOU 'ern comH'!lcd to abandon labor, in a prcat mea sure, i ici ii i in nave a l .ox oi the 1 latcr, he I"1'" was not so -severe, and in less than two Weeks he conbl later bnr.t nil ibiv an.-t mt fnw from Pain at nieht. lie snva he vvool.l not nnrt .. . , t . ... vvitu tue no he lias tor three hundred dollars, providing he could not obtain another. He also u (u iiie, Keep ii on uauu ana reeommeim it wherew-r you cn. t i . i in : . .... r . . .i 1 uixu i nr i m-Huf in msti oi i Bins in me ....... - 1 snle, tmiK, sliouldets, eve. with like good efiect. Yours, Ac. -NIKL K.NKKLAND. M.l). MtixnoE, June 13, 1S39. -Messrs. Harris A, Co. irs: I have used E. Ican's Chemical Plaster for four ) ears pant and do cheerfully recommend it to physicians and the public generally as an invaluable, remedy in chron ic and acute Theumatism. Mirnina of'tln. wriul. Unkh shoulder, Ac. In felons., whitlow and 8,'r0,'"'nus swelling of all descriptions, it Is gcu- 3 ' w"'7rver iii..- n .urn, ii is ai'iivi sure io gie rcuci in a few hours. I have used il in orent muxlr r,f rheumutic. lltT. i tioim. One of mv noti... Ij n.r,l 40, full habit, had a rheumatic swelling on one i, ,,, ,, ,,. . icg. ue nun ueun uniu.ie to get out ol the hous tor three mouths ; in leg was .welled loan enor- mous Fi7j, twice its uiual bigness; every thing ba-1 bien dono withont success, until we com menced UHU12 I lean Chemical Plaster. We enveloped the kiiee 'und a portion ef the limb in ihe Plaster, and in three dvsthewcllingentircly disappeared, and in ten days ho went about hm onlinnrv business. 8uch lias been our success with the aitiele, and we now willingly reccn- inena it tQ too putilie. l.ir n trial. ours, f-c. J; H. lUIYKOLns, M. D. rf;' For mile by M. E. llollist.rr, Ottawn ; tUa Dnuci-ts at Chica.to and Juliet; J. II. Elmore. Peru, and Jjones D.irlev, Hennipfn. I;!. All or ders sent to II. Haf U (V Co., Ashtal'.ula, Ohio, for the above inodicine, wil br proniptK- atffiaifd to. He particul.ir to e:n;iiirc for Dean's Chemi cal Pl.iMer. t)ttlw. Auu-t 1-1, liiH 13 ly. I'KSVATi: SALK OF RCAI. r.STATE, IN Till: TOWN OF OTTAWA, "CHEAP AS A BROOM." IT.L be offered at private sale, 7 f ftiT this dati-, the following de scribed properly, in the town of Ottawa, viz: Lot No. 2, in Block No. 10, in the town of Ottawa, ou which are erected TWO HOUSES. Li addition to the buildings, which are convenient and well finiihed, there are also :t Bain, Smoke House, and what is well known to all the inhabitants, the very best well of pure water in tho town. One of the houses faced oa Front street, commanding a beautiful view of the river and surround inn scenery; the other on Canal street. The side-cut, w ith the two locks, id im mediately on th." west; and the basin is located directly in fnut. on the brow of the bluff. As soon as the basin is put under contract, there will be a no more eliirible situation for business iu the place. A I soa lot of excellent TIMBER L.l.M), imwicdiaulv in siht, on the I inland in ihe lihnois rivtr. Li the al ?n.e of the proprietor, who rfMih s on tin- premiers, t'.pply to J. Cloud, E.-.(., '.vhii. will pive all required informs lion in ii'n-r.l to the rvopcr'v. T.J. TRUE, 0:.?. a, Aug. 2?, Barrel of Smith' Ohio ReetifievI O VWHISKEY.j.ist received and for sale by the sub eribcrs n W;itrr (trect, between La Saile tmd C'otumbus MrceK Ottawa, BI. ARMOUR L.Ml?: July 31, 1810. ; ll--tf. A Lot tf painted wooden ware, 'such A, as Pails, Tubs, &c. reiveil hndfor 1 :de by Aup. WALK : t SANGER, It. fj)AllIHA of S.il.T, just received. Fund for s.de bv D. NEWTON",