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BWIXESS ' CARPl UEOPUlll S L. BICKCT. y LOREXXO UHSD ' Dickey A Ldand, , A lorncys 4 counsellors lit late, Ottawa, 111. One of the firm wiO alway I present at the different court in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1840. 1 tf. Geo. II. Norri, Attorney and CxAirutlbr at Law, Jlxw i . C.anary and yjjry Pullie. Ottawa, lllinuig. May 23, 1340. 1 tf. J. J. Holt, Attorney und Councilor ut L-tw und SJIeilii- in j . . . ; C-UAXiitn r. Office oppo.iie the Mansion JJotur. Ottj.u l.a Halle county, Illinois.,- Msv 23J. 1S40. 1tf. S. U. Furcw ell, Attorney und Counsellor at Law. Gdic over the new store of CuslnVin & Thomp ton, Ottawa, Illinois.'. May 23d, 1840. 1 if. - IUilion II. Nu in, ' ' A'tutixey tnd Cvuns'llor at Law. Oflica on La Salle Street, a few doom North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. , May 23d, 1810. 1 if. John V. A. I Iocs Attorney und Counsellor ut Law and SJUitor in , . Chancery, , Office next door north of the Post Office, Otta wa, La Halle county, Illinois. , May 23d, 1840. ' 1 tf. , John C. Chamolin, Attorney nnd Counselor Law, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Having M..ociatcd himwlfwiih M( i, SPRING uu iiuuiiuii, oiimcago, win attend to all practice of their profession in the cuunty of l.a Ottawa, June 13, 1610. 4 tf Win. Chuur.iMcro, Attorney and Counsellor at Lair, am Solicitor in Chancery, PERL. LA SALLE COUNTYJLI.lNOl.s. July 10, 1840. 8(f. J. 0, CLOVER. D. t COOK, ; lover &, Cook, Attornics find Counsellors at Law. OiJ'uc two door North of the Post Ollice, Otta wa, IllincMK. Augusts, 1810. l'itf. , 1. II. IIICI.MIC. . A. 11. DODCiK. Holme & Hodge, A . . 1 1 II Attorney s anu uounscitors at Law, utu: Solicitors in Chancery, . IA 8ALI.K cV KANE C01NT1ES, ILL., Will attend to all business confided to them in the 7th and Uih Circuit. : Communication received ut Bristol (Kane county; or uttuwa (l.a Suite county; post olh cs. Aiigust.H, IS 10. 13 if. Doct. J. ii. Ai'introii;r, TIAYIiNU resumed In liraclice Mill ntt.-iwl i - n-t . .,.. : ii.. i:.... ..n : piiiHii- iiiuii; uiuii iiiiii in inn iiiiu in iiiniui). t t.... iir. ... : i . . . irnaiuii. wiin i' 01 miuencc in ' mrcct N. VV, of the TuMie. Square, Ottawa, Illinois. May 30, IS 10. 2lf. Dr. O. M. Clark, IMiytiician and Surgeon, OI A FKtla hit ervi.e to the citi.on of Oi- rtawa and aurrounding country. He can be found at the Mtimon Hnine, w here he wil lo hap py to attend to any profeaaional husinci that may 4ie rounded to In care. Ottawa, AugUKt 14, 1840. 13 0m. ii, Ij. Thoinjon A Co., Vait aide of the Public Hquare, Ottawa, III.. Dealers in Drugs, Medicines, Dyc-StuflV 1'aints, Utls, Varnish, tc. Ac. . July 3. 1810. 7tf. M. E. Holllstvr, . . IVortlt Eaut Corner of Canal and Columhti street, Ottawa, Illinoi, Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils Dyo-Stufls, be. July 3. 1840. 7tf. A. O. Croslar, Forwarding and Com minion Merchant, Utica, La SSalle county, Illinois. May 23d, 1840. 1 tf. TAILORING. WILLIAM SEBBINO iMrKOVES Una opportunity in returning x thank to the inhabiuuts of Ottawa and it vicinity for the liberal ihwe of patronage they have formerly given him If strict attention in hi liuaincM Ions exDerience as a nractical Cutter employing lint rate workmen doing work with punctuality, nines ana opatrn, win ensure a continuance or that patronage, he is con fident he shall receive it. He still remains at the stand ever O.L.TVomp on Unit fetoro. one door North of the Maiim Hou3, where he is prepared to do all kind of work in hi line of buinea, with which the public may favor him, in the latest fashion and on rea sonable term. ' Ottawa, May 80, 1840. 2-.-tf. DRUG. STORE, ''PJIE Subscriber has on hand and keep con' slantly for sale a general and well aelectcd awortment of r Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, and Dye Staffs, which he will sell low for raah. Anion? article may be found the mont upproved and efuencious reiiKwliea for lha v Fever aad Aue, , ' such a j Quinine, Sappington's Pills, HowaniTi 7Vnie Mixture, Green's Tank Hitters, Pierson't Pills and Hitlers, and Under httFt DiffutibU, Tonic Compound. " .' His 8lore ts oti ths North East Corner of Canal and Columbia ttraeu, at the sign of the golden ., Mortar., n . . ' K E. 1I0LLI8TEK. OrrtWA, June M. IWO. . ' (V tf, ."pTlff.Wej Emily IF, PustnoreM lViL iag left ny bed tnd boird without juitcrt, I bSy,eattticJl 11 penoni trc fcri'is j Itt in cy mstt, u I am NEW DRUG STORE. ii. JL. Thompson A Co. T the old stand formerly occupied by I, X. ' - Tinurrv nil til l!lut ulilp nf Public . ' . it ouuc, keep fon-oauuv on nana a Ulid general assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye Stuffs, Paints, Oils, I urnish, Paten Medicine i, $c nd all cthtr article which ar.1 generally kept in Uruj Store. OUauv, June C, lb 10. -tf. Ottawa Chair Manufactory. .111)0 HE i WAIEiniA.V, 'tifOI'Lli rcRpcctfully inform the inhabitant ' of thi vicinity, that tlicy atill continue to manufacture CHAINS on l.a italic Street, a few doora North of the Market Houae, where they constantly keep on baud AN ASSORTMKNT OF CHAIRS of every description, viz: Windsor, Cirt ciun and Flag Scats of all kinds ; Also, Jlockinfr-Ciairs, Cradles and Settees. The subariiber feel cxtrcaidy grateful for the lilicral patrona'e with which the community ha favored them during the past year, and they re pcctfully no lie it a continuance of the same. w. muuur., E. h. WATERMAN. Ottawa, July 21, lblO. 10 tf. City Hole!, Ottawa. r'HE tubar ribcr give notice to ' the Public that he. has taken the large, new and Kpleudiil Cm Ho rtt at IMtawa, where he would be huppy In meet bit old friend and the traveling public generally, rmmiriiijf them that no ell'orU on hii part ahall be spared to make his entertainment iiMTnr to tiny other in the cn!rn country. Having lieen a landlord for many ynira, he Hatter iluiKelt that bo can ti.it il people will only call. rrj- People with team w:ll lind Iiim stable par ticularly iW'Kirahli'. Ii. DOUGLASS. Mav 23d, 1810. 1 tf. .ew (loodi juvl if iifl. WALKEK& WANOEK, At their Store, on the iSoulh nilu nfthe Pult- lie Ktiuare, have on hand, ami olfi'r for vale, on accomodating tcrniH, 10 liog.ilie.ids of N. O. Sugar, 1 lox of XV II. do 2 Mil, of Iioaf and Lump Sugar, 40 " of Mobiles, 70 ' of old rectified Whiskey, 5 " of Linseed Oil, 40 kegs of White Lead, 1 barrel of Castor Oil, 2 of Tanners Oil, I of Sperm Oil, CO kegs of assorted Nails and Spikes, 0 coils of Mannilla und Hemp Hepc, 00 " of Bed and other Cords, 25 Aacks of Rio and I lav. Codec, 10 chests Y. II., Imp. and G. P. Tea, 70 sacks of L. CJ. Salt, 50 boxes of Glass, 7 " of Tobacco, 25 of Soap and Candles. Together w ith mottt of the other articles, general ly found in the Grocery line, AIo, a large and splendid araoriment of Shelf Hardware & Cutlery, limes' and .Washbums Shovels, Iron of different sizes ; E. Ii. and Cast Steel, Mill Suws, Hand Saws, Jlnvils, Hecs, lllacksmiths Jiellows, Lo and Trace Chains, Stoves and Hollow Wttre, And other items in this lino too nunicrou to mention. Also, a good, large and well selected Ktoek of Dry floods, Purchased cxprcaaly for this market, confuting in part of 1 bales ol 1-8 and 7-8 uro. Micettngs, 2 " Rlankcts, 30 pieces of Cloths und Sattinetts 14 Bed Tick, 20 " Hickory Stripe, 15 " Apron Check, 300 Calicoes, 10 Flannels, 3 " Cotton Flannels, 20 " BUI. Shirtings & Sl eetings, 10 " Irish Linen. Also, Osnaburghs, Jhirlaps, Diapers, Crash, Merinos and Hombazcns, Jaco net, Cainbrick, Midland Swiss Muslins, Latins, Laces, Insertions, Edgins, $r., Silks of assorted qualities, Pongee, Flagg and China llandkcrghiefs, black Italian Cravats, fisured Satin Cravats, Stocks, Ladies Dress Hundker shirts A Shawls, Cotton und Wollen Hose and half Host Gloves, Mitts, $c, fyc, c. Also, t fine, assortment of v It cud y made Clothing. Ato, 120 pair of Mens Thick Roots 30 Culf sewed Hoots, 30 100 100 00 24 300 300, do pegged do Kip Urogans, V Thick do " Calf Shoes, " Pumps, Ladies Shoeo A; Boots, ed qualites, . assort- ('hildrens Shoes k Roots, do ToRi-thi r with numerous other articles, which arc usually found in a country Htore. We only mv call and mo for youraelvTS, and we are conndenl yon' will find such articles, and at such prices s win uu. Corn, Oat, Flour. MacoiCrork, Duller, and tnnt oilier kind of Country produce taken in exchange Scrip or t-ah will not he roluserl. WALKER dt RANGER. ' Ottawa, May 30th, 1840. 8 tf, 1 Barrels of BRANDY, just receiv I J ed and for nl low bylhe ub crihera.' ' ARMOUR & LAMB. July i, 1840. II if. 1o Hay's Liniment. VJO riCTlON. This extraordinary cbeini cal composition, the recult of science and the invention of a celebrated iiM'dical man, the intro duction of which to the public was invented with the solemnity of a death bed lequcst, ha aince trained a reputation unparalleled, fully mifctuining the corrcctncxs of the lamented Dr. (iritley'i l.mt confession, that "he dared not die without k" "",' to protfterity the benefit of hi knowledge on this subject," and he therefore bequehcd to hi friend and attendant Solomon Hay the fcecrect of hi discovery. It la now used in the principal hospital, and the private practice in our country, first and inoft certainly, for the cure of the Pile, and also ao extensively and effectually a to batllc credulity, unb-A where its ellects are witnessed. External ly in the following complaints: For Dropsy. Creating extraordinary abnorl tioii at once. All swelliri''. Heducii .hem in 8 few hour. Klicuiiiatixm. Acute or Chronic, giving quick eae. .Sore Throat. My cancer, ulcers or cold. Croup and Whooping Cough. Externally, and over the chest. All bruises, vpraiiiR und buniK, curing in a few hours. .Sorea and Ulcers. Whether freah or long tan din?, and fever nore. It oiicrationa upon odult and children in rc ducing rheumatic ewellingM, and loosening coughs and tiuhtne of tlic client l y relaxation of the parta, ha l)cen turfiriaing beyond description. The common remark ol those who have uneil it in the Tiles, ia "It acts like a charm." For Bale by E. Dewey, Apothecary' Hall, anil S. Hawyer, Dearborn atrect Chicago. LOOKOUT FOR IMPOSITION. A base attempt has becnade to mimitate Hay' Li'icnicnt, and infringe upon the eppy and other right of the proprietor. ISevcr Ituy Jlay a J.ui- ihent un.'et it iiim a Rpieruni enpraveu wrapper, nd llie vtTJitdi, imuil written r-inaturc ol com- rni'K A; Co. All other must be impositions. Any person ven ding any other article, by the name ol tlay Line IIICIIL either at wholeaale or retail, will be prone- rute.lfora violation of our conv l!?ht. Tne oath f Mr. Ilava may bo found coined on our limine wrapper, swearing that no other pcrcon knows any ol the component or essential part ol till . ement and thai he will not reveal the secret f." twenty year. 17. .S. Dtxtrict Uuttrt oj the Mute aj A w lurk. Otlicc of the Clerk for the Southern ) District of New York 3 Thi U to certify that the Copy Rright for the wrappers, and for the dincription, and direction to use, Hay YLincment, were secured in this ollice ii the year In.lo, by t onuitock Uo. ami have not been obtained by any other person nince that late, or before. FRED. J. DETTS, Cl'k of U. 8. Court. CO.MGSTOCK& Co. Sole proprietor, New York. (r7All person ordering thi article from the East will please always ay, Comslnek't llny'i Lin- tment. For alc at the drug store of M. E. HOLI.ISTER. Ottawa, May 23d, 1810. 1 tf. Oldi-idgc's fbtlm ol' Columbia. 1 'Hit HUMAN HAIR. Where the uair i observBd to be growing thin, nothing can be more preposterous than the use of oris, grease, or any fatty matter. Their application can only be recommended through the grosncst ignorance, a they hasten the fall of the hair, by increasing the relaxation ol the skin. lien there is a harsh, try, or contracted skin, and where the small blood vcmkcI which carry nourishment to the bulb are obstructed, then the oils, Ac, may be good, as they tend to relax the nkin; but nloue, they ore of no avail. There must be a stimulus, to rouse the vessel from their torper, and quicken the cur rent of the blood. Lttract from CLrehueh t Treaties on the hair. The U-dm nf Columbia is the only preparation hnt cun have that efl'ect, being entirely free from any oily HUbstancc. its positive qualities arc as follows: 1st For infant, keeping tho head free from scurf, and causing a luxuriant growth of hair. 2d v or ladies ofter child-birth, restonne the skin to it natural strength and firmiKsi, and preventing the falling out of the hair. dd r or any person recovering Irom any ile'.nl- ty thevame ell'eet is produced. 4th If used in infancy till a good growth is started, it may be preserved by attention to the latest period ot lite. 6lh It frees tho head from dandrull, strength ens tho roots, imparts health and vigour to the circulation, and prevents the hair from changing colour or eettuiK pray titli It cause the hair to curl heautilully w lien done up in it over night. QTj' Jxo ladies toilet should ever be made with out it. 7lh Children who have by any menus coutrac- cd vermin in the head, aro immediately and per fectly cured of them by its use. It i infallible. A CASE IN POINT. I had unfortunately lost nearly' all the hair from tho top of my head, when I commenced the use of the llalin of Colum bia, mid hive, by the use of two bottles, had my head coveted with a fine growth ofhair. There can lc no mistake in the matter, as any ol my friends can see by calling on me. I had also be come quite gray, but had the gray hairs plucked out. and i ha irrown in, as tho Dal in says, of the natural e .dour. If any body doubts theso facts, let them call upon me and see. I bought tho Dalm of Corns' ock & Co., 2 I letcher street. A. RINDGE, No. 19 Coentics Slip, Agent of Detroit Line, New-v irk, Nov. 9, rr7 i'HE LATE MAYOR of Philadelphia hos certified under seal of the city to the character of several divine, physicians, and gentlemen of high Miiiuhnir who declare positively under their own hand t (all of which may bo seen at the Office) tha' the Malm of Columbia is not onely a certain pre crvutive, but positively a restorative of the (in nan hair: also, a cure for Daiidrulf. Who 1 ill dispute, or who go bold I PO THE INCREDULOUS. New York, Sep- temler 28th. ! have been intirely bald during 13 vear. ami I have now, by the use of the genu ine Malm of Columbia, my head covered w ith fine hair. 1 shall lie happy to convince the most incre dulous, who will take the trouble to call at in house. I have bought the article ol i,otntock c Co., 8 Fletcher street. J.P.SCHMIDLING, 47, Attorney it. A young gentleman of 388 South Market street, Albany, had very coarse, stiff, and straight hair. all of which he lost by its falling out He has used 3 bottle of Malm of Columbia from Comstock &Co.. and now ha a full flowing crop of very long, fine hair, which curl most beautifully I Hi father, who is one of the most resectable citisens of that city , is rcierrea to tor tne tact, -r Mr. Lewi Millard, of Butternuts, Otsego coun ty, bad lost hi hair, and hsd it fully restored by S bottles of the Balm. In fact the cures are so hum erous that it Is quite out nfthe question to refer to one in hundred ollnose who have experienced the like effect. BEWARE M Soma counterfeiter have at tempted to imitate this article. Let it never be Dtirehased or ved unless it have the nimu oflS. Camtturk on a splendid wrapper. This ia the CIIOIIP, COCGII, ASTHMA, CPITTINCJ if UImI, IIi)iiiig, Cough, iimll 'Pulmonary Disewrr, cured by JAVnE'S EX PECTORANT, und Summer Complaints, Chol era Maiiu.i, I) urrtnea, JJivnteru, and all the various utlectiou of the Stomach and liuwdx re i,,ondv his CARMINATIVE HALSA.M. Please read the following letter J. Dul'ngttr, Denver County, Pa. " February, 1839. 5 1) ar S r I feel it due to you as the inventor of the medicine and to the public, who may be g-eatly l-cnchttcd l y it, to state a cure that was performed in my fiuiily, by the use of your "Car minative Dabuin." niy little son, w uen atiout two months old, was seiwd with a tmirtt cmiij.'tuint, caused, as I sup pose, by a change of diet. It continued for two week 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 effectual cure for bowe complaint, and immediately despatched a messenger to a town seventeen miles oil for a bot tle. By the use of this medicine, in less than thirty six hour the disease was checked ; mid by iU continued use for a few days the child wa restored to perfect health, Shortly after this, there occurred a similar case in one of the fami lies of my congregation; I prescribed "Jaync'i Carminative," and tho result was a rpeedy cure From a knowledge of the ellicacy of your medi cine in bowel complaints, a disease to which children are constantly liable, I have obtained and keep constantly in the house, a quantity of the "Carminative. The same child, owing to exposure, when rec ently coming up the Ohio, was ut lacked by the horrible malady, CROUP. We landed in the niiiiu i licaver i omi, aim wnen our tears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral cough was the Ion runner ol death, we gave him a teaspoon full ol the "hrpeetaranl, (a bottle ol which you pre- senU'il me with when in Philadelphia) and applied some lineament to the throat and breast, and be fore many minutes the hoarseness was gone, the child breathed freely and slept sweetly. Owing to these circumstances it cannot be wondered at why I have so high an opinion of Dr.Jaync's medicine, and why I advise every family to'keep it on hand ready for any emergency. Respectfully yours, ARTHUR D. BRADFORD, Pastor of llic Presbyterian Church, Darling ton, la. Dr. D. Jrsr. LtunlcrtsviUe, N. J., April 27th, 1S33. Dr. Jatxe Dear Sir. By the blessing of God . .. . r,'. t a Kl'M I -IT.-....! our l.Dl.; LiA riAj I HUM I nus lui-cira cure in me of a most distressing tomplaint. In December last, I was seized with great severity by o Paroxysm of Asthma; a disease with which I had been afflicted for many years past. It was attended with a hoarseness and soreness of the lungs and throat, together with a laborious cough, and complete prostration of strength, and when I most worn out with suuocation, a bottle ot your Expectorant was sent to my house. At first I thought it was nothing but quackery, but seeing so highly recommended by Dr. Going, with horn I was well acquainted, I was induced to try , and in a few day it completely cured mc, nor have I ever had any return nf the disease since. I have now formed so hih on opinion of your medicine, that if I had but a few bottles of it, and could obtain no more, I would not part with them lor ten dollars each. Yours, most respectfully, JOHN SEGER. Pastor of the Baptist Church at Lambertsville. Philadelphia, June Oth, 1838. To n:v personal frinid..l would say, that I am well acquainted with David Jayne, M. D., ord know him to be a respectable Physician and Dr :ggist ot this city a trentleman in whom en tire confidence may be placed. I have tested in my own case the beuehcial cfToeU of bis CAR MINATIVE BALSAM, and have greater conn- nee in it than all the other medicines of the kind. His EXPECTORANT is equally celebrated and Ihcacious. IRA M. ALLEN, Agent of thf Baptist General Tract Society. The abovo valuable medicine ore prepared only y lir. IJ. Jayne, No. 20, South J hird street, 'hiladelphia, where all orders w'll bo promptly attended to. For sole by appointment by M. E. IIOLLISTER, Druggist. Ottawa, May 23, 1610. 1 tf. HEPATIC PILLS. Frcpnrrd by Dr. J. HlicUrl, Ollawn, Illinoi. rjnilESE Tills ore admirably calculated to JL demise the stomach, restore the proper functions of tho biliary organs when impaired, and dispel with promptness the premonitory symptoms of the Bilious Fevers in this stute, Ueing made expressiy tor tne ubc ot persons in this climate, ond intended for a family medicine, so that 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 bo noticed by a bad taste in the mouth in the morning, with some headache, and a furred tongue, Directions. Tht doso for adults is four pills, to be taken on going to lied nt night ; and if they should not operate by morning, take two or three moro, and repeat them every night until relict is obtained, nut it lour pill should operate more than tw o or three times actively, it will be lest to take but two or three the next time. Children from five to ten years old may tako from one to two pills lor a dose. For snlo at the Dnm Store of M. E. Holhster, north cast corner of Canal and Columbus street, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. July 24. 1840. 10 11. DR. HOAHIKIIAN'S ANTI-FEVER PILLS. Prepared expressly for the West and South.) ranllF.sr. mil arc altered to the public as a pre JL ventative, ami remedy for the Fever of these countries. By the proper use of these pills. FEVER &. AGUE, With all its varieties, of Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, &c. together with Periodical Rhumatic Pains, Pe riodical Headache. Niuht-Sweat and all those harsssina svmutoms of debility all of which hav their origin in the same couse, may be either pre vented or removed. HILIOU8 FEVER or BILIOUS REMIT TENT FEVER, (which nrc the most prevalent in the latter part of summer and fall,) TYPHUS FEVER, (which generally commences as a re mittent, but oon assume a typhus character,) and YELLOW FEVER (that iwourge of the South) will in these pill, find a moot formidable Toe. Each Box is accompanied with full direction for nan. For sale at the Drug Store of G. L. Thompson dc Co. Ottawa, III. Aug. 88, 1840. , 15 ly. -1 i"V LBS. OF CONFECTION O V ARIES, jusWocejrnd, and for rrosix-rtiis for THE ILLINOIS FREE Til A HER. Ottawi, .u Silk amity, I't. The ulmt in the till t.f a nt.w ihuht, rummenrtd ut Ottawa in Miy hint, and has uirraity a circu lation e'jwd lo uay country paper in theXtute. THE establishment of the "Fats Th atikw" has 1 r... ,.i ti.n : P. M-' if if. wi't.. IUI I ID VM J i, llllj X 4, 4 FARE." To promote this our efforts shall be chiefly devoted to the dissemination of informa tion relative to the fertility und cxhuustlrgs na ture of the soil composing the " Upper lil'.niiia' to represent to the man of capital and enU'rprise the number of advantage this highly favored section of country presents for investment and to encourage emigration and settlement among us. To the mi mi: a we promise a liberal t-imee of our columns, and assure him that the "FrxTiia ii i a" will not be unmindful of hi best interests. He shall at all times be adv ised of the state of the markets furnished w ith 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 .hkbchaxt, and men of business gene rally, we promise a full and impartial account of the u business world," as far as the same may come to our knowledge. Having made arrange ments for the receipt of the ablest and best com mercial journals of the Atlantic cities, we will be able to give accurate information respecting liie principal commercial transactions in that quarter, in conjunction with the latest foreign news, which at the present age is all important to the man ol business, inasmuch as the Old and ISew World are closely linked together in their com mercial transactions. We will furnish all the information we possibly can respecting the paper circulutkn of the country, and expose with un sparing hand, nil attempts to force on the com munity a fraudulent and worthless currency. 1 he mechanic and the pRorrKssiox al ma we promiie a share of our columns. Belonging to the first, we shall nt all times be pleased to ad vocate and sustain their rights, and render such information as may tend to their prosperity rjnd iippmess; ami viewing tne latter as essentially necessary to the moral and political greatness of our country, we will with "open hearts and illing hands" render them all the service our situation may command. Having tor our object the "GEIvERAL WELFARE," as before stated, we arc impelled by a sense of justice to udvocato and mstain the measures of the Dj.ioi iiatic Paiitv. The Free Trader," therefore, w ill be found on the side of democracy and the people's rights op posed to monopolies of nil kinds, whether state or national opposed to nil "officers for life," and ill render all the aid in its power In the diffusion flight and truth. The dark and a-iful desiirns of the monopolist, which have for a season louded the prosperity and well niah ruined the commercial greatness of this mighty nation, should be exposed to public gae, and every free man in the land be nindu acquainted with their operat'ons. e u:ive taken our stand on f 1 inropet ol democracy from a lull conviction . 1 purity, .... . . m . . nd as the only pate-guard ottered protec tion of the free institutions of our country. But, hue we are the v Planes ol Democracy, and en ?avor to perpetuate its permanency by advoca ting the principles of J eftzukox and Jackson, we wish it to lie distinctly understood, that wc ill never be so far influenced by party cwm de rations, as to disregard the sentiments and fee lings of others, equally entitled to their own opin ions, and who doubtless honestly maintain thein. Our course shall be mud towards our political opponents, and our sentiments couched in rc- pectful though decided language. 1 he miscellaneous department ol the paper, together with such local news as may be of in teerst to the reader, will receive due attention from the editors. - Western Antl-Kilioiis Pills. t; IIESE Pills ore offered to the public as a CATHARTIC, adopted more particularly to ihous Countries, and intended to supply the place of Calomel which is so extensively and inju riously used; especially when administered by unskilful hands, as it too frequently is, in new and thinly settled countries. As this physic is quite as efficient in throwinc oil a bilious attack, heme et the same time per fectly safe, and altogether more proper, as a pre paratory medicine, in the treatment of BIL IOUS FEVER, FEVER AND AGUE, ond all the variety of intermit tents, incident to a bil ious or nguc country, it will certainly be found preferable to all mercurial preparations; nt the same timo their operation is so mild that they may be used with perfect safety and great advan tage, as a FAMILY PHYSIC. They will also be found useful in all BILIOUS L'OM PLAINTS, Jjund.ee, Liver Complaint, o.cii-tiiaaactie, Asie ukc, uf, yomvenen, Ijiss of appetite, ond in all cases of Torpor if the limpets. Full directions occompony each Box, Trice 3 rents. Prepared bv DR. BOARDMAN, Wrhite Pigeon, Mich. N. B. These Tills are entirely vegetable. For sole at the Drug Store of Ci. L. Thompson iV Co., Ottawa, Illinois. Aug. 28, 1810. 15 ly. r BARRELS OF ALCOHOL, just 1 received, and for sale by WALKER & SANGER. June 12. 4 tf. rUST received and for sale low, quantity of LOAF SUGAR by ARMOUR & LAMB. July 31, 1840. 11 tf. Just ICeccircfl the subscribers a large supply of ry Ctoons, ijoots ac PtiioEs, ana Groceries, and for sale low, for Canai Scrip, by ARMOUR & LAMB. July 31, 1840. 11 tf. F f Barrels of Smith Ohio Rectified JU WHISKEY, just received and for sale by the subscribers on Water street, between La Sallq nnd Columbus streets Ottawa, 111. ARMOUR ii LAMB. July 31, 1810. 11 tf. A Lot of painted wooden ware, such as Pails, Tubs, Ate. received nnd for sale by Aug. 21. WALK ::i H SANGER. ? rBBLS. ot-SJLT, just received Vand or sale by D. NEWTON. Ottawa, Aug. 28. w Er-iirht Dav nitASS CLOCKS. just received nnd warranted, and for sale for cash or country produce, on rea sonable terms, bv Auk. 28 WALKER 4- SJXGEIl LANK SUIiPaSXASi kepi core- Hrrrhaiit'K improved compound fluid extract or S A II S A P A 11 1 L L A 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, tars and other parts of the body, eruptions of the skin, rheu matic affections, white swellings, pains in the bones and joints, fever sores, obstinate old sores, fcald head, salt rheum, ringworm and other diseases arising from on impure state of th blood. Also, habitual costiveness, piles, chronic affections of the liver, lungs and chest, pains in the stomach and sides, night sw eats, etc. It is also much recommended as a cleansing Spring medicine. rrtHIS compound fluid extract is Alterative JL Diuretic, Diuphaietie, Laxative, Aromatic, and tl ghtly ttiimilunf ; ond may be most success- hilly used in scroluluus ond syphiloiiTuisrases, and that shattered stale of the conttitulion which so often follows the imprudent use of Mercury ; xoitoses or morbid enlargement ol the bones, snrpiginous pustules or rntgwoims; ulceration. generally caries of the bones, carti-leges of tha ne so, mouth, etc, etc., with tltc o.'lier diseases above mentioned, and all diseases arising from m morbid state of the blood. There is hardly a physician who has not had occasion to observe with pain, the phagedenic ariety of herpes; and in spite of all the remedies he could bring against this cruel disease, was compelled to acknowledge their intlRcacy, and llow the monster to corrode and destroy the nose, hecks, lips, evelids, cars and temples parts for which this malady generally affects a preference. !.. : .!.:. -.. . . ...:n i. - 1 . .. .... .l.. UUl III llll fHUiUl Will UL' 1U11IIU ,i peui-ci ii-imuj all such cases, and where the disease has not produced a very great dcrarg-mcnt of structure, it will even yield to this remedy in a very short time. G. W, Merchant takinej advantage of these Cicts, has adopted on improved process for extrac ting the medical virtues Ir.iin the actual ingredi ents ot this compound fluid extract, which aro nine in number, without heal; that is to soy, neither decoction, infusion or maceration ore made use of; nor is the temperature of the menstiurr used, allowed to exceed 80 deg. Fah. ontil every particle of active principle is extracted, leaving a tasteless inert mass behind ; thereby attaining tint whole of the soluble ortive principle in a highly onccntrate d stale, leaving out the tecum, woody fibre, etc, w hich encumbers the extract obtained by decoction. I he propnelor, tnercfore, has not owy the sat. isfaction of assuring the medical faculty nnd th public, that this remedy is prepared according b strict chemical and pharmaceutical rules, but tlml , he has also united some of the officinale valua ble and active vegtublcs, all of the choicest selec tion, which materially enhance its value in the treatment of the diseases nbovo mentioned, lie is therefore induced to offer this fluid extract to physician and others under the fullect ussurasro of its superiority over that in common use. Physicians will find great advantage in the ur of this extract, and a great relief from (he per plexities attendant upon the treatment of thoss 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 a diet nnd regimen a in their judgment the ease would scein to indicate thereby giving the extract it full influence. Prepared ot the Chemical Laboratory of G. Vt . Merchant, Chemist, Lockport, N. Y. N. 13. A liberal discount made to Dealers ami Physicians. fTT For sole bv M. t. llollister, uttawa; mo Druggists at Chicago and Juliet ; J. H. Elmore, Peru, and James Dariey, llennipen, in. ah orders sent to H. Harris cc Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, for the above medicine, will be promptly ottenaeu to. Ottawa, August 14, 1S40. 13 ly. FARRELL'S FEVEH AND AflTJE DROPS. 'IMIESE DROPS arc a certain, quick, and per- manent Cure for Fever and Ague. It i certainly a matter of the greatest importance to obtain a Medicine which can be relied upon in the iure ol that distressing Disease, called the revcr and Ague. A Medicine, bearing the above name, is now offered to the public, as a safe ond certain Cure for that Disease, in all its various formg thi confidence has been produced by experience in more than one thousand case. It is composed of articles well calculated to restore harmony of action between the Stomach, Liver, ond other important organs; the loss ot which is evidently the immediate cause of the Disease, ... It speedily promotes a healthy and regular ap petite, which affords vigor and strength to the whole system, , It also, bv imnrovimr tho Diucstive Oreans can bo used successfully in Dyspepsia, Depraved Appetite, Night Sweats, Dysentery, &c. dec. But it is in the cure of the Fever and Ague, that its superior qualities are most abundantly dis played, and by all who have used it, is pronounc ed sovereign to all other remedie. It ha posi tively never been known to fail in a single instance. Hundreds of certificates might be adduced here in testimony of its efficacy w have only finally to say, that all who use two bottle of this Medi- cino (Although in most case one will answer,) according to directions, and do not realiie a cure, will have their money refunded, Trice $1 per bottle. Manufactured and sold by the gross, dozen, or single bottle, by Farrvll Xc l.ippineott, Druggist, Peoria, Illinois, and for sale at the Drug Store of O. L. THOMPSON de Co. v Ottawa, June 12, 1840. 4 3m.. BLANK DEEDS, just printed on a superior quality of paper, and for sale at the office of the . "FREE TRADER' : Tj UDGMENT BONDS, juat printed onh -M that will secure the publle frn ,tw M. r'r",r t tia 9 and for sale nt the oQicc or Uie v