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THE ILLINOIS TREE TRADER
BUSINESS CARDS. BSSIBUVI t. DICKST. lORISIO IIWXD Dlckcjr & Leland, Altamert 4- cmnselkn at lauf, Ottawa, 111: One of Ac firm will always be present at the different ccuru in Judge Ford- circuit." Ottawa, May 23, 1840. 1 & Geo. II. JVorris, . ATome? icl Cxsmeikr at Law, Mjsicr in Cuanccry ana Actory ruouc. Ottawa, Illinois. May S3, 1810. i-tf. - .1. Unit. Attorney and Counsellor at Law end SJ.c'.tor in Cha?ce;it. ' Office cppo'i:e 'lt Mansion llouie, uruwa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23d, 18-10. S. K. Farewell, Attorney and Cour.r.llar at Law. Cine over the new rtsre of Cu'n.n &. Thomp. son, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23 J, 1840. Zliiton II. Swift, A'tornry end CauiwV.or at Law. O.Tice on La Snl Street, a few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. ; 1 if- John V. A. I Iocs Attorney and Counrelhrr at Law and SAicitor in Chancery. Office next door north of the Poit Office, Otta wa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23il, 1310. I tf. loll ii . Clininpliii, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Having associated himselfwiih McssrB. SPRING and GOODRICH, of Chicago, will attend to nil practice of their profession in the county of La fttsUIe. Ottawa, June 12, 1840. 4 tf. "Win. t'liumasoro, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, anil Solicitor in Chancery, PERU, LA SALLE COUNT V, ILLINOIS. July 10, 1810. 8 tf. . O. CLOVER. - D. C. COOK. CSlovcr A Cook, Attornies md Counsellors ot Law. Oifioa two dorrs North of tho Post Office, Otta wa, Illinois. August 8, 1810. 12-tf. J. II. IIELME. A. n. DODOK. . : Helmed: Dodge, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, and Solicitors in Chancery, I.A SALLE & KANE COUNTIES, ILL., Wil attend to all buHinctiB confided to ihnn in tbe 7tli and Oth Circuits. Communications received nt Ilristol (Kane county) or Ottawa (La Suite rounty) post (.di ces. August 14, 1810. 1 3 tf. Doct. J. CI. Armstrong, IT A VINO resumed hi practice will attend to A- all culls made upon him in the line, of hi pro fession. Offico at his residence in street, -N. W. of the Pnblio Square, Ottawa, Illinois. May 30, 1810. S tf. Dr. O.M. Clarli, Physician and Surgeon, 4 O ITERS his- services to the citizens of Ot tawa and surrounding country. Ho can be found at the Minhion 11 aire, where he wil he hti py to attend to any professional business that may be confided to his care. Ottawa, August 14, 18l0. 13 Cm. CI. L.. Thompson V Co., Fait side of the Public Square, Ottawa, 111., Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, Painlfl, Oils, Varnish, ttc. ifcc. July 3. 1810. . 7 tf. HI. 12. IlollUtcr, North East Comer of Cunul and Coiumhus street, Ottawa, Illinois, Dealer in Drills, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dyc-SlulTs, Sic. July 5. 18-10. T tf. A. O. Crosiar, Forwarding and Com- mission Merchant, Utica, La Halle county, Illinois. -May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. TAILORING. WILLIAM SEKKLVU IMPROVES this 'opportunity 'in" returning thanks to the inhabitants of Ottawa and its vicinity for the liberal share of patronage- they have furmsrly given him If strict uttontimi 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 he shall receive it. He still remains at the stand over O. L. Thomp sons Drug (Store, one door North of the Mansion House, where lis is prepared to do nil lands of work in his line of buimess, with which the public may favor him, in the latpst fashion and on rea sonable terms. .Ottawa, May 30, 1840. S tf. DRUG STOKE. 'I'lIE Subscriber has on htmd and keeps con . - Stanley for salo a general and well selected assortment of Drugs, Medicines, PuintH, Oih, and Dje Slvp, which h will sell low for cash. Anions his articles may be found tho most approved and aHicacioui remedies for the . -, Tewnr and A kmc, S such a Quinine, Sapptnglon Villi, 'IlotranTs Tonic MirtimG recti a Tonic Hitters, Pierson'B Pills and Hitters, and Under hilt Diffusible Tonic Compounds . til Hinf U linlihe North Kant Corner of C'ntiM and Columbus streets, at tho sign of the goidwv ; ' v M.E. IIOU.IKTER, ' ::: Ottavs, June 2(J. 1810. . 6 tf. , - ' FOB SALU, Larg Patent BEAM SCALE, drawing 000 lbs., .by WALKER & SANGr,fl. ' Ottawa, Jane C, 1840. y 3 if. YSbELO: C7i,.:iEmCAN BRAN 1 1 J DY n-'vea, nd for aUe i3y NEW .DRUG STORE, , Q. L. Thompson & Co. AT the old etmid formerly occupied by D. N Ttnatcy, 011 ths ean side of the Public Square, keep constantly oa hand a large and general assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stiffi, Paints, Cih, Varnish, Patent Medicines, $c snd oil other articles which ars gcricral'y kept in a Dru3 Store. O.Ycwa, June 6. 1S10. 3 tf.. Ottawa CItair Manufactory. VXrOrLD respectfully inform the inhalilar.t ' of this viciintr, that they still continue to manufacture CIIAlftS on La allu ytrct-t, a few doors North of the Market House, where they constantly keep on hand AN ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS of every description, viz: lllmhor, (Jre clan and Fln Sea fa of nil kinds ; Also, liocking-Chuin, Cradles ait I Sctfcex. The subscriber feci extremely grateful for the lilierul patronage with which the community ban favored them during the past year, and they re spcclfullv solicit a continuance of the huiiic. ' W.'MOOKK. II. L. WATERMAN. Ottawa, July 21, 1810. 10 tf. ily Ilotrl, 4Uva. 'I'HU Niiliseriber givrs notice to I I'. I, I...- 1 .1 1 . '..- . ui'in 11. iiu una iiinrii un new and eiilcudid ('rrr Ho nt Ottawa,' where he wojild be huppy to meet his old friemU nnd the traveling publie generally, osHitriug them that no cllbrl on iiis part nhiill be spared to make bin entertainment superior to any other in the Western country. Having been a landlord for many years, he Halters hiiimil'lhiit he can m.it if people 'will only call. rr"f People with teams will find his Ntiiblc par ticularly dei.iiablo. II. DOL'GLASS. May 23d, 1810. , I tf. Kcw .'ools just r-i-oiv. WALKER A. SANGER, At their Store, on the South side ofthcPub v lie Scpiare, have on hand, and oiler for side, on accomodating term?, 10 hogsheads of N. 0. Sugar, 1 l.ov of W If. do ' 2 bblfi. of Loaf and Lump Sugar, -40 of Molasses, 70 " of old rectified "Whiskey, " 5 " of Linseed Oil, - 40 kegs or White Lead, 1 barrel of Castor Oil, 2 ' of Tanners Oil, 1 of Sperm Oil, GO kegs of assorted Nails nnd Spikes, 0 roils of Mannilla and Hemp Rope, 00 " of lied and other Cords, 25 sac ks of Rio and I lav. CoTee, 10 chcslalYHImpnnd G.IVTear 70 sacks of L. G. Salt, HO boxes of Glass, 7 " of Tobacco, 23 " of Soap and Canclles, Together with moat of iho other articles, general ly found in the Grocery line. Alno, u large ami splendid ansoiimcnl of Slieir Hardware A Citllery, rfniiei' and Jf'aJiUurni. Shovels, Iron of different sue ; F. J.I. and Cast Steel, Mill Saws, Hani Saws, Anvils, Vices, Mlacksmiths Bellows, Log and Trace Chains, Stoves and Hollow Jf'arr, And other items in this line too numerous to inealija. Also, a good, large and well selected Slock of'Ury !ood, Purchased exprusbly for this market, consisting in part of -1 biilca ol -1-8 ami 7-8 Uro. Sheetings, 2 Dlankels, 30 pieces of Clolbs and Saitinetts, I I Red Tick, 20 " Hickory Stripe, 15 " Aprou Check, 300 " ' Calicoes, 10 Flannels, 3 Cotton Flannels, 20 - " llld. Shirtings & SI cetings, '10 Irish Linen. Also," Osnaburghs, 'jiurlaps, Diapers, Crash, -Merinos and Jlomoinenn, Jaco net, Cambriek,' Malt and Swiss Muslins, Latins, Luces, Insertions, Fdgins, Sfc., Silks of assorted qualities, Pongee, Flugg and China Ilandkcrghirfs, black Italian Cravats, figured Satin Cravats, Stocks, Ladies Dress Ilandkerghitfs Shawls, Cotton and H'ollcn Hose and half Hose, Gloves, Mitts,, eje, .ycf fyc. Also, a line assortment of - Kcnriy mad nothing. j Also, 120 pair of Mens Thick Roots, 30 " u Calf sewed Roots, 30 M . " do Jicgged do 1C0 - " Kip llrogans, 100 " " Thick do 00 Calf Shoes, . 21 " l'timps, ( 300 " Ladies Shoes Si Uools, 'nssorl- ' ed quali:esr . 300 Childrens Shoes et Doots, do . Together with numerous other articles, which are usually found in a country Hore. , We only say, rail and see for yourselves, and we are confident you will liud such articles, and at such prices as will suit. , ' Corn, . Oats, Plour, Bacon, Tork, Butter, and mnfj oilier kinds of Country produce taken l:i exchange Scrip or Cah will not be refused, . WALKER & BANGER. O'trtM, Muy 30th, 1810. 2 tf. . Ciiiilioii. MY wife Fin i!y JV. Pusuwre liav ini left my bed nnd board without just cause, I hereby caulion nil persons from trusting Iter m my nan e, as I em detci ruined hereafter to pay no debts of her cnnurftcttnif. jh.. W Sift large, . ' 1 i .m PHILIP v. I'ASMORE. Hay' Lluiment. V"0 TICTION- Thie extraordinary chemi V cal composition, the result of science :id the invention of a celebrated medical man, the intro duction of which to the public was invented with the solemnity tf a death bed bequest, h sine gained a reputation unparalleled, fully sustaining the correctness of the lamented Dr. Griilloy's Isst confession, that "he dared not die without gicing 10 prosterity the benefit of his knowledite on this subject," and ho therefore bequeathed to hi friend and attendant Solomon Hays the sccrect of his discovery. It is now mod in the principal hospitals, and the private practice in our country, first and most certainly, for the cure of the files, and also r.o extensively and clfectually as to baffle credulity, unless where its cfTects an? witnessed. External ly in the following complaintr,; lVr Drosy. Creating extraordinary absorb tion at once. All swelling. Reducing them in a few hours. Rheumatism. Acute or Chronic, giving quick ca-e. Sore Throat. By cancer, ulcers or colds. Croup and Whooping Cough. Externally, anil over the chest. All Lruiaia, sprains and turns, curing in a few hourt. Sores and Ulccw. Whether fresh or long stan ding, and fever sores. Its operations upon adults and children in re ducing rhcumalic swellings, and loosening coughs and tightness of the chest by relaxation of the parts, has been surprising beyond description. The eominoii remark ol l!ioe who have used it in the 1 iles, is "It acts like a charm." Tor sale by E. Dewey, Apothecary's Hall, and S. Sawyer, Dearborn street Chicago. LOOKOUT FOR IMPOSITION. A base attempt has beenade to mimitate Hay's Linemeul, and iuliingc upon the copy and other rights of the proprietors. Never buy Hay's Lin ement unlets it has a splerdid engraved wrapper, and the written, tuind written signature of 1 us s roe k & Co. All others must be impositions. Any person ven ding any other article, by the iinine ol Hay's Line ment, either nt wholesale or retail, will be prose cuted for a violation of our copy right. The oath of .Mr. Hays may be fuiind copied oil our inside wrapper, swearing that no other person knows any of the component or Cfwntiul parts of thi I.in ement and that he will not reveal the secret fur twenty vears. V. S. 'District Court nfthe Shite New YA: Oilier of the Clerk for the Southern District of New York 5 This is to certify that the Copy Rrights lor the wrappers, nnd fur the discriptious, and directions to tie, Hay's I. moment, were secured in this office in the year 1838, by Comstock & Co. and have not been obtained by aif other person since that date or before. FRED. J. 11ETTS, Cl'kof U. S. Court. COMESTOCK A. Co. role proprietors, New York. (Jf All persons ordering this article from the East will pleuse always say, Cuiwstntli lltiij'v Liu (uimt. For sale at the dru store of M. E. IIOLLISTER. Ottawa, May23J, 1310. I tr. Oldi-idge's Italm of Columbia. 'TMIKHLMAN HAIR. Where the mar is observed to be growing thin, nothing can be more preposterous than the ui.c of oils, grease, or any tally matter. Their application fan only be reeom mended through the grossest ignorance, ns they hasten the full of the huir, by iuereu'iing the relaxation of the skin. W hen tl.ere is n harsh, dry, or contracted skin, and w here the small blood vi-Hst-Ia which carry nourishment to the bulb arc ub.Urueted, then the oils, &c., muy be good, as they tend to relax flic skin ; but nl.me, tbey are of no auil. There must be a stimulus, to rouse the vessels lroiiTThe 1 ;luV pcrTu ml quicken tfiiTi-iiF r.'iit of the blood. Extract rum CI lUnigh't Treutlen oil tic htiir. The U itm 1 Col mi hid is the only preparation that can have .lint elici t, being entirt ly free hum any oily nub-aancc. Its positive qualities urc us follows: 1st For infants, keeping tlic head free from scurf, and causing a luxuriant growth of huir. 2d For ladies after child-birth, restoring the skin to its natural ula-ugth ami fii'miicis, and preventing the' filling out of the hair. 3d For any poison recovering from any debil ity the same el feet is produced. 4th If used in infancy til! a good growth is started, it may be preserved by uttention to the latest period of life. filh It frees the In ail from dandruff, s'.rcn-lh-cus tiie roots, 11. 'parts he. .1th and vigour to the circulation, und prevents tho hair lVuia changing colour or getting gray. 0th It cuukcs the hair to curl beautifully when done up in it over night. () No ladjes' toilet should ever be made with out it. , 7th Children who have by any means contrac ted vermin in the head, are immediately and per- loony curca ol tlicm ly Its use. It is iulallihlc. A CASE IN POINT. I had unfortunately Fist " nearly all the hair from the top of my head, when I commenced the use of the lialm of Colum bia, and have, by the use of two bottles, had my head covcied with a lino growth of hair. There can he no misiake in the mutter, as any of my menus can sec uy calling on me. 1 Had also be come quite gray, but had the gray hairs plucked out, and i' hut grown in, asthcUaltn says, of tho natural rjlour. If any body doubts these facts, let them ''all upon me and see. I bought the Balm of Corns' oek & Co., 2 Fletcher street. A. R1NDGE, No. 19 CoenliesSlip, Agent of Detroit Line, Ncw-V irk, Nov. 0. (Tj iTIE LATE MAYOR of Philadelphia has certilied under seal of tho city to the character of several divines, physicians, and gentlemen of high standing who declare positively under their own hand 1 (all of which may bo seen at the Office) tlia the llulm of Columbia is not oucly a certain pre .crvalive, but positively a restorativo of the iiu lien hair; also, a cure for DundrutU Who si all dispute, or who go bald T POTHE INCREDI LOIS. NewYork.SVp- tember 88th. I have been intfrely bald during 13 years, und 1 have nw, by the use of the genu ine Balm of Columbia, my head covered with fine hair. I shall be happy to convince the most incre dulous, who will tako tho trouble to call at my house, I have bought the article of Comstock & Co., 2 Fletcher street. ' " J.P.SCHMIDLING, 47, Attorney st. A young gentleman of 383 South Market street, Albany, had very coarse, till', and straight hair, ull of which he lost by its falling out. He has used 2 bottles of Balm of Columbia from Comstock 04 Co., and now ha a full flowing crop of very long, line hair, which curls most beautifully ! His father, who is one of the most resectable citizens of that rity, ia referred to for the fact. Mr. Lewis Millard, of Butternuts, Otsego roun ty, had lost his hair, and had it fully restored by 2 bottles of the Balm. In fact tho cures are to num erous that it is quite out of the question to refer to one in hundred of those who have experienced the like effects. BEWARE 1 1 Some counterfeiter have at tempted to imitate this article. Let it never he purchased or ucd unless it have the name kL. S. Comstock on a splendid wrapper. This i the only external test the. will secure tho public from deception. CROL'P, COI GII, ASTHMA, CPITTING tiDUd, llping. Cough, and al Pulmonary Disecms, cured iy JAY NE'S EX PECTORANT, and Summer Cumplutntu, Chol era Mjrbu., D.urihortt, D'jmiUry, ond all the various aliections ot tlic Momath una ifmetu re moved by his CARMINATIVE BALSAM. Plea read tlic following letter J. Durl'ngton, Beaver County, Pu. February, 1S30. 5 D. ar Sir I feel it due to you as the inventor of the medicine and to the public, w ho may be greatly benefitted by it, to state a cure that was poi formed in my fjwiily, by the use of your "Car minative Balsam.'' My little fon, when about two months old, was seized w till a boict I eomplniiit, caused, us 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 "Jayne' Carminative ," as an eil'ectual cure for bowel complaint, and immediately despatched a nu's.sengcr to a lown seventeen miles oll'litf a bot tle. By the use of this medicine, in lis thau thirty six hours the disease was cheeked and by its continued use for a few days the child was restored , to perfect health. Shortly after this, there occurred a similar exsc in one of the fami lies of my congregation; I prescribed "Jaync's L urmmativc, and tlic result was a speedy cure. From a knowledge of the efficacy of your medi cine in bowel co.npluints, u disease, to which children ore 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 coining up the Ohio, was attacked by the horrible malady, CROL'P. We landed in the night at Beaver Point, and when our fears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral cough was the forerunner of ucuiti, we gave bun a teaspoon full of the "Erpeetorfint," (a bottle of which you pre sented me withwucn in Philadelphia) and applied some lineament to the throat and breast, and be fore m:inv minutes the hoarseness waa gone, the child breathed freely and slept sweetly. Owing to these circumstances it cannot be wondered tit why I have so high nn opinion of Dr.Jayue's medicine, nnd why I advise every family to keep it on hand ready for any emergency. Respectfully yours, ARTHI R B. BRADFORD, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, ' Darling ton, Pa. Dr. D. Jirxr. LumLertxsille, N. J., April 27ih, 18.10. Dr. Jains Ihar Sir. By the blessing of God your INDIAN EXPECTORANT has ellected a cure in me of 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 nlllicted for many years past. It was attended with a hoarseness and soreness of the lungs and throat, together with a laborious coiigh, and complete prostration of strength, and wh' u almost worn out with siilfoealion, a bottle of your Expectorant was sent to my house. At lirst I thought it was nothing but quackery, but seeinu it so highly recommended by Dr. Going, with whom I was well acquainted, 1 wai induced to try it, and in a few days it completely cured me, nor have I ever had any return of the disease since. I have now formed ro bih nn opinion of your medicine, that if I bad but a few bottles of it. ind could obtain no more, I would not part with them for ten dvlluia imh. Y'ours, most respectfully, JOHN 'SEGER. Pastor of the Baptist Church nt Lambcrtsville. Puila Delphi a, June 0th, -lft3&- 7b ny filruiHiil ii i. 11 . 1 would say, that I am well ncquaiiiied with David Jnyne, M. D.. and know him to be a respectable 1 hysieian and Druggist of this city a gentleman in whom en tire confidence may be placed. I have tested in toy own ease the beneficial elucts of his CAR MINATIVE BALSAM, and have greater confi dence in it than all the other medicines of tlic kind. His EXPECTORANT is equally celebrated und ellie in ions. IRA M. ALLEN, ' Agent of the Baptist General Tract Society. Tho above valuable medicines nre prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, No. 80, South Third street, Philadelphia,, where all orders w'll be promptly attended to. For sale by appointment by M. E. IIOLLISTER, Drutrgist. O.'tvu-a, M..y 23, 1S10. 1 tf. HEPATIC PILLS. Pirpnrrd by I Jr. J. Sllckrl, Ollnvrn, Illinois. rpnilESE Pills arc admirably rabitl.itril to M. cleanse the stomach, restore the proper functions of the biliary organs when impaired, and dispel with promptness tho premonitory symptoms of the Bilious Fevers in this state. lieing made expressly tor the use ot persona in this climate, and intended for a family medicine, so tbot every one may avail themselves of the means of cure, and apply the remedy when the first symptoms of disease make their appearance, which will be noticed by a bad taste in the mouth in the morning, with some headache, and a furred tongue. Diree'iont. The dose for adults is four pills, to be taken on going to bed ot night ; and if they should not operate by morning, take two or three more, and repeat them every night until relief is obtained. But if four pills should opt r ite more than two or three times actively, it will be best to tako but two or three the next time. Children from five to ten year old may take from one to two pills for a dose. For sale at tho Drug Store of M. E. llollister, north east corner of Canal and Columbus street, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. July 21. 19-10. 10 tf. 1 K f LBS. OF CONFECTION I OU AUIES, jnst received, and for saic by G. L. THOMPSON & Co. Ottawa, June 12, 1840. -1 tf. 1 p DOZ. SCYTHS SNATHES, JLO just received, and for sale by , WALKER & SANGER. ' June 6. 3 tf. 5 SACKS OF RIO COFFEE, just received per Steam Boat Fayette, and for sale by WALKER ct SANGER. June 6, 3 tf. 7 BARRELS OF ALCOHOL, just received, and for sale bv WALKER Si SANGER. June 12. 4 tf. 1 C Ttcla of BRANDY, just receiv X V cd and for sale low by the sub scribers. ARMOUR & LAMB. July 31, 1810. 1 1 tf. fi f & Barrels of GIN, just received and A tnr snln low hv tha uhscrihprs. Viospectu for TIIE ILLINOIS FUEL' TRADER. Ottawa, La Sulk county. It. k Tlicaliore is the title ( a new paper, eotunitnctd at Ottawa in May taut, ar.d ha aready a circa htivn tijuut 10 any cvmtry paper in tin State. THE establishment of the "Fnta TuirEit"has A.for its object tbe "GENERAL WEL FARE." To promote this our efforts shall lie chiefly devoted to the dissemination of informa tion relative to the fertility ond exhaustlcss na tureof the soil composing the " Upper Ulinuia" to represent to the man of capital and enterprise the number of advantages this highly favored section of country presents for investment nnd to t-iicouragc emigration und settlement among us. To the mumku we promisp a liberal space of our columns, and assure him that the "FiulkThi iieu" will not bififiilful of his best interests. He shiill at all thnrTbc 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 MKiieiisT, nnd men of business gene rally, we promise a fTi and impartial account of the "busineW world'' as far ns me same may conic to our knowledge. Having made arrange ments for the receipt of the ubfest nnd best com mercial journals of the Atlantic cities, we will be able to give accurate information respecting the principal comnicr -ial transactions in that quarter, in conjunction with the latci foreign tuvvs, which ut the present age is nil important to the man of business, inusniuch as the Old and New World are closely linked together in their com mercial transactions. Wo will furnish all the information w e possibly can respecting the paper circa hd'nn of the country, and expose with un sparing hand, nil attempts to foa-c on the com munity a fraudulent and worthless currency. The mechanic and the i-iiofi essional ma.n we pronih-e 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 lis may tend to their prosperity nnd happiness; and viewing the latter as essentially necessary to tho moral and political greatness of our country, wc will with "open hearts and willing hands" render them oil the service our situation mey command. Having ior our object the "GENERAL WELFARE," os before stated, we are impelled by a sense of justice to advocate and sustain the measures of the Di.t.ioi hjitic Paiuv. The " Free Trader," therefore, will be found on the side of democracy and the people's rights -op-pc ed to monopolies of all kinds, w hether state or national opposed to all -'officers for life," and will render ull the aid in its power to the diffusion of light and truth. The dark and a tful lii Mgns of the monopolist, which have for a reason clouded the prosperity and well ii;;;i ruined the commercial greatness of this mighty nation, should be exposed to public gaze, and every lice man in the land be made acquainted with their operation?. We have taken our s'.and en the parapet ol democracy from a full conviction of its purity, and as the only fafe-guard offered to the promo tion of the free institutions of our country. But, while we are ihe votaries of democracy, and en deavor to perpetuate its permanency by advoca ting the principles of J ih ehson end Jai kkhn, wc wish it to be distinctly understood, that wc will never be ro far influenced by d' rei.- ih -r, t iii:.-, as to ili.srcgaid the sentiments nnd b r lings of others, equally entitled to their ov. n o i;i ions, nnd who doubtless honestly maintain them. Our course shall be mild towunls our oiitical opponents, and our sentiments touched in rc spectfiil though decided language. Xhe iiiisci llancoiis-depairtijo-iit-of ilie pupeiv together with such local news as may be of in (erost to tho reader, will receive due attention from the editors. STATU OF ILLINOIS. La Sat.j.f. Cot NTY, In the Circuit Court rf sai l county To May Term, 1810. Robert A. Kinzie, vs. Ii'jvr.K S. Skixxer fc W 1 .mam II. Davis, &l the unknown heirs and legal representatives of the said RoyerS. Skin ner, deceased. In Chancery. . Bill to foreclose a mortgage. "J&TOTICE is hereby given to lite un X 1 known heirs and legal representa tives of Roger S. Skinner, deceased, that the Complainant, Robert A. Kinzie on the 11th clay of March, A. D. 1838, filed his Bill in the Circuit Court of La Salle county against the said Roger S. Skinner and William II. Davis for the foreclosure of a mortgage, described in said Bill ; that a summons was thereupon issued against the said Roger S. Skinner and William II. Davis, returnable before the Circuit Court of said county, at the next term thereof, thereafter to be holdcn at the Court House in Ottawa, on the third Monday in April, A. D. 1838 ; that said summons was returned by tbe Sheriff" of said county "executed on the said Roger S. Skinner and William II. Davis," and it having been suggested on the records of our said Circuit Court that the said Roger S. Skinner has deceased since the service of the summons on him as afore said and before answering the said Com plainants Bill. And the said Complain ant having, by leave of the Court, filed his supplemental Bill herein, praying the said unknown heirs and legal representa tives of the said Roger S. Skinner, de ceased to be made parties to the said Complainants original Bill herein filed, and requiring them to appear and answer said Bill. Now, unless you the naid un known heirs and legal representatives of the said Roger S. Skinner, deceased, shall personally be and appear before the Cir cuit Court of said county on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Court House in Ottawa, 011 the second Monday in May next, and answer, plead or demur to the said Complainants original Bill, the said Bill of Complaint will be taken as confessed against you, and a decree will be entered in accordance with the praver of the said Bill of Complaint. J. CLOUD, Clerk. Beai-moxt & Skixxer, Solicitors for Complainant. Ottawa, August 14, 1810. 13 Iw UST received nnd for sale low, a quantity of LOAF SUGAR by ARMOUR &, LAMB. Merchant's improved compound fluid extract of 1 &V&s2H ;:r. lift S A R S A P ARIL LA For removing diseases arising from an abuse of Mercury, chronic and consti tutional diseases, such as scrofula or kings evil, secondary syphilis, ulcera tions and corrosions of the throat, nose, cheeks, lips, ears and other parts of the body, eruptions of the skin, rheu matic affections, w hite swellings, pains in the bones and joints, fever sores, obstinate old 6ores, scald head, salt rlfPuin, ringworm and other diseases arising from an impure state of -the blood. Also, habitual costiveness, piles, chronic alleclions of the liver, lungs and chest, pains in the stomach and sides, night sweats; etc. It is also much recommended as a cleansing Spring medicine. rilHIS compound fluid extract is A'tcraflre JL Diuretic, Diaphoretic, laxative, Aromatic, and it ghtl-f tttmulii.it 1 and muy be most success fully used in scrofulous nnd syphiloid diseases, nnd that shattered htute of the constitution which so often follows the imprudent use of Mercury ; exostoses or morbid enlargement of the bones, snrpigiuous pustules or ringworms; 11 rations generally caries of the bones, curtilcges of the nose, mouth, etc , etc., with the other diseases above mentionrd, and ull diseases arising from a morbid stute of the blood. There is hardly a physician who lias not had occasion to observe with pain, tlic phagedenic variety of herpes; and in spite of ull the remedies he could bring ngainst tiiis cruel disease, was compelled to arknowlcdge their incflicacy, nnd allow (he monster to corrode and destroy the norsc, cheeks, lips, rjelids, ears and temples parts for which this malady generally 11 fleets a preference. But in this extract will be found a perfect remedy, in all Mich canes, nnd where the disease has not produced a very great derangement of structure, it will even yield to this remedy in a very short time. . G. W. Merchant taking advantage of theso f.icts, has adopted an improved process for extrac ting the medical virtues from the actual ingredi ents of this compound fluid extract, which are nine in number, without heat; that is to say, m ithcr decoction, infusion or maceration are made Use of; nor is the temperature of the n.enstrum us! d. allowed to exceed 60 deg. Fuh. until every I a .tit lo of active j rim i le is extracted, having a tasteless inert muss behind , thereby attaining tho whole of the fcoluble active principle in a highly concentrated state, leaving out the fecula, woody fibre, etc., w hich encumbers the extract obtained by decoction. ' ' 'i hc-proprictor, therefore,- ha-mot-only the sat isfaction of assuring tho medical faculty and th public. Ihnt this remedy is prepared according to strict chemical and pharmaceutical rules, but that he has also united some of the officinale valua ble and uetive vcgtublcs, ull of the choicest selec tion, which materially enhance its value in the treatment of the diseases above mentioned. He is therefore induced to rdlirthis fluid extract to physicians nnd others under the fullest assurance of its superiority over that in common ue. Physicians will find great advantage in the use of this extract, nnd a great relief from the per plexities attendant, upon the treatment of thoso obstinate cases which bid defiance to every rem edy their confidence prompts them to prescribe more especially as having the patient under their immediate care, they will prescribe such adfelj' and regimen ns in their judgment' the cose would seem to indicate thereby giving the extract its full influence. Trcpared at the Chcnii-al Laboratory of G. W. Merchant, Chemist, Loekport, N. Y. " N. B. A liberal di:vount made to Dealers and Physicians. (X)" For sale by M. E. llollister, Ottawa; die Druggists ot Chicago nnd Juliet ; J. II. Elmore, Peru, end James Darley, Htntiipen, III. All orders sent to II. Harris & Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, for the above medicine, will be promptly attended ti. Ottawa, August I t, 1S10. 13 ly. FAKKELL'S FEVER AND AGUE DB01S. 'pilESE DROPS ore n certain, quick, ond per A manent Cure for Fever ond Ague. It i certainly a matter of the greatest importance to obtain a Medicine which can be rslicd upon in the Cure of that distressing Disease, called the Fever and Ague. A .Medicine, bearing the above name, is now offered to the public, as n safe end certain Curo 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 Btomach, Liver, and other important organs ; tho lose of which is evidently the immediate cause of the Disease, It speedily promotes a healthy nnd regular ap petite, which affords vigor and strength to tho whole system. ' - It also, by improving the Digestive Organs con be used successfully in Dyspepsia, Depraved Appetite, Night Sweats, Dysentery, &c. &e. ' But it is ir the cure of the Fever ami Ague, that its superior qualities arc 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 efficacy : we have only finally to say, that all who use two bottles of this Medi cine (although in most eases one will answer,) according to directions, and do not realize a Cure, will have their money refunded. Price $ 1 per bottle. 0 Manufactured ond sold by the gross, doren, or . single bottle, by Farrell o Lippincott. Druggists, Peoria, Illinois," nnd for sale at the Drug Store of O. L. THOMPSON ft Co. Ottawa. June 12, 1S I0. 4 3m. 7BBLS. Mackinaw White Fish and Trout, just received and for sale by Aug. 21. WALKER & SANGER. ABBLS. of Whiskey, just received tand for salo by August 21. WALKER & SANGER. ' . Job Work ti v rvrPiTFT) AT T ... '