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THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER.
Iniportnm from f prinaflciaWiB"'nr pro ceeding ol Ibr Wupicme Court. W hive been favored by a friend with the li berty of perusing a letter from Springfield of the 25th, which give an account of one of tho inot extraordinary and disgraceful proceedings of the Supreme Court of thisStato on record. It appears that the Supreme Court prttcndtd t decido the "Alien Case," in order that their de cision might have an influence in defeating the Judiciary Bill, to which the Judges are opposed, for tho obvious reason, that its passage would re peal them out of office. The letter say they de livered an "opinion" in favor of the Aliens, but without committing the bench on the main ques tion, and at the same time had a contrary opinion reared, which was written out last june. We arc unable to, give the particulars this week, but shall do it in our next. The Supreme Court has asumi'd an attitude bcfjrc the people, which deserves the deepest execution. External re Mail Itobtx'i'ic. We mentioned a few days ago that a number of robberies of tho mail between New York and the West, had taken place since the Gth of November last, the per petrators of which had eluded the utmost vigilance of the department and the po lice. We are now pleased to learn from the llaltimorc Sun, that .Messrs. Howard, Kennedy and George Plitt, special agents of the department, have succeeded in tra cing tltcse depredations to their authors, four of whom were arrested at Washing ton and Union Town, Pennsylvania, on the 7th inst. The first one arrested was a mail driver named Corman, who volun tarily made a. confession which led to the capture of the others, whose names are Doctor Rraddcc, of Union Town, the chief of the gang; a man named Purnell, who acted as his clerk, .and another named Strnyer, his tool. The Doctor cither is, or pretends to be exceedingly illiterate, though it is evident that he is the principal rogue, and it is ever supposed that he has accomplices in other sections of the country. On searching his resi dence a number of mail bags, traveling trunks and valises wen; found, besides upwards of $10,000, which were secreted in a hay-mound, and of which a part can be identified by Mr. Tyler of Louisville, Ivy., as having been mailed by him in November hist. Great praise is due to Messrs. Kennedy and Plitt for their activity and success in discovering these robbers. They are still pursuing their searches and will probably make additional discoveries in a few days. iiv.-ii:.m:.vi,. MARRIED On the 25th inst. by Lewis V. Link, Ej., Mr. Anthony I.indey to Mr. Mary Chiipin, nil of this place. Ahcin 1 Our friend who kindly volunteered bis services, and politely sent U4 a (hllciuns! cake, hai our bcEt wishes for the future improve ment of his heart. TheIe simile of it he sent us is lather lough, but if our friend of the City Hotel will send us n bottle of his Sherry, we nie of opi nion tho ijuiilticH of the cake would be improved. Not so dam'd tough ne'ther, but mighty tticlni Inpj.' fetch us a pail of water, and we'll try if swilung won't improve it it not, it will make a line color to execute the donors likeness if it should be sift enough ! Iflasonic Notice. X rnnf.rwitti with the first ait'cte of a new . code of liu-Lwi, aJitnlal ut a snciat mul'mr htld on Mitidiii, (lie 'iSlh of Dxemlir last, l.c regular comm'.inieittinns of Ottawa I.oiiui: if FREE AND ACCEPTED YORK MASONS to. he held on the Mo shay evening on or hffnc the full f the Mum. The hathren urll thnrfr.c plane lufte notice, tin t the lln fur hulling v.'r nrjcl regular cnmnninicdl on uill fall c;i t'.r n mr Monday in February, IS 11. Bv order of the Lr.;c. CKO. F. WEAVER, .9... Ottvwa, Jan. ft, IS 11. 87NOTICE.aD3 A " LL persons indebted to the subseri jLsL. her by Book Account or for Post age, are requested to call and settle by paving up in Cash, or bv giving their notes. M. E. HOLLISTKR. Ottawa, Jan. 2i), 1811. 37-3 wp STATE OF ILLINOIS, La Srille County. la the Circuit Court, to May Ttr IS 11. John Hayes, Gardner T. Gariiam,& In Chancery. Lewis Dlt.ley, VS. Bill to fore "close a mort- Tf irssPT.T. TU Mam ahv Adram Edgerton. J T appearing by satisfactory affidavit, filed in the Clerk's office of the Cir cuit Court of La Salle county, that the above named Russell Mallary and Abram Edgerton, defendants in this cause, arc .non-residents of the state of Illinois: NOTICE is, therefore, hereby given to the said Defendants, .that the Complain ants, John Hayes, Gardner T. Garham, and Lewis Durley, have filed in the Clerk's office of the Circuit Court of said county, their Bill in Chancery against the said defendants for the foreclosure of a mortgage, and that a summons in Chan cery has been issued against them, return able before the said Circuit Court of La Salle county on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Court House in Ottawa, on the second Monday in May next, and that unless you, the said Russell II. Mallary, and Abram Ed gerton, shall appear before the said Cir cuit Court on the first day .of the next term thereof, at the time and place afore said, and 'answer to the complainants' said Bill, the same will be taken a? con fessed against you", and a decree entered accordingly. J. CLOUD, Clerk. Jan. 29, 1841. 37tsw J.. J. Holt, Solicitor for Complainant. TO THE PUBLIC. The "Marseilles Manufacturing Company" HAYING purchased tho MILLS and other machinery lately erected by L. Kimball, at the town of Marseilles, ure prepared to do Sawing for,, and furnish to the surround ing community, all descriptions of Sawed Lumber, Lathes, and Shingles, which the country will admit, on the most reasonable terms and shortest notice ; and an the business of the company in all itj branches, will be pel formed by experienced and competent men, and every eliuii made to yive satislVuon, they hope to utu rit a liberal share of public patronage. THEIR LARGE teJ$ riOl'KIXO JIILL, Kcontaining EIGHT Runs of French Purr Stones, designed for both country and merchant work, and to be equal to any in the Union in all its partu, will soon he in operation ; when they will be prepared, and happy to "grind every mini's grist" who will give them a call, in the best possible manner ; and customers may rest assured that the toll dish" shall not he too large, nor be "stricken with a crooked hand." They will also want, so soon as the four merchant run are completed, all the Good Winter Wheat they can get, for which a liberal price will at all times be paid at the mills of the company ; and they would say to farmers in this vicinity, that they cannot grow too much of that commodity. The Company have now and will con tinue to keep on hand, a large and general Assort mcnl of Merchandize, which will be exchanged (as also will their lumber.) for wheat and most other kinds of country produce. Marseilles, Jan. 28, 1811. 37 tf. A .NY QUANTITY OF HIDES ai. wanted by tho Marseilles Man ufacturing Com f any. Marseilles, Jan. 28. 1811. 37--lf. NOTICE is hereby given to Ira 1M, lennan, Jacob Iloldcnnan, .'ill en IIo! Icrmnn, Martha. Soin'ar, Ila ehel Me.Qitotrn, Hannah Holderman, Sarah Holderman, and Eliza Holder man, heirs of John IIom)erm.x, deceas ed, that I will present a petition to the next Circuit Court, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden in Olta wa, Lasalh; county, and state of Illinois, on the second Monday in May next, for a division of the south-west quarter of sec tion twenty-six (20) in township thirty one (31), north of the base line of range three, east of the third principal mercdian, being entered in the name of John II oU dennan and Mary Jones. The said heirs will take notice accordingly, appear and show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. ISAAC PAINTER. Clover Sc Cook, Attornics Ibr Petitioner. January 25), 1811. 37--lsw FCJKS A;Ni si&im 5 tflOON, Mixk, Otter, Mlskrat, vLyDEER and Woi.r skins wanted at the brick store by L. P. Si W. A. SANGER & CO. Jan. 29, 1810. itia: si iaoi:sD-: ' J HU'im STAGS Gl:F;i'L011r.!l!s. KHI.!!"! public iirc r?pi-etfu!!y informi'd that tlii.s JL h.-jjc o ;Un!uh:iii ut h.i i undergone u thorough repair I'r.ni b.ittoin t dip, and is now open under Ihe direction of the aiiboiviber, ree.-Mitly fr.mi l'e.iri.i. They iutend that eveiy attention shall be yiven to the comfort and accommodation of guests', anil toe pntroiiii'e ol tii.? trarellin ' cotuaiuuuy is respeetfully :!ieited. i'hev f el tiian';t'ul to the public, f'jr their pat r niae lieretol'ore, and assure them they are now able to trive mor:: -ii tuI Batlst'ii tion, having re cently att.ii licl a l.iro nddilmn to the building, whieli en.ililcs toem to furnish rooms lor families, and single roonn for gentlemen and la livs. The house is lar ;, comfortable, and commodious, and well furnishr.l ; they except none in the western country. They have als.0 lirst-tate ttablirt(T at tach(d to the establishment. WliLl.y & MULLFORf). January 15, 1911. 35 if. Administrators Kolicc. rHlllb subscribers liuvinn taken out JL Letters of Administration from the Court of Probate cf Livingston county, Illinois, on the estate of Samuel Morri son, deceased, late of said county, request all persons having claims against said estate to present the same to them or the Court of Probate of said county for settle ment within nine months from the date hereof. All persons indebted to sai estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. PERSIS MORRISON, Administratrix. SAMUEL MORRISON, Administrator. Livingston co., Jan. 7, 1811. 3")--1w joii. icot Kr:c, "BTORMERLY of New York, and sup JL posed to have been a contractor, may hear of something to his advantage by informing the printer of the Peoria Register of his residence. Anv informa tion of him from any of his acquaintance, will be thankfully received. Peoria, Jan. 15, 1811. 36-3 w NOTICE. Al! persons who are in; debted to the subscriber by note or book account are respectfully requested to pall and settle the same immediately. N. B. All kinds of produce taken in payment at the market prices. J. HOFFMAN. Pctu, Jan. 15, 1811. 35--tf. Attcutioii. Farmers ! A CHOICE SELECTION OF a p i it i: s, RIPENING IN BICt liSSIOX. 21, Yellow Jflne, ripeninj in Juim and July. 20, Prince'i Harvest, July. 17, Kirlibridge White, " 42, Sweet June, " ' ID, Prince' Jumiinj, " " 40, Yellcw Ilongh, " " IS, Carolina June, " " 18, Early Ked, 6, Summer Queen, " and Augiiit. 3, Carolina Sweet, " " " 10, Summer Pearnmin," " " 24, Ked Stripe, " " " 31, Daniel Apple, " " " 23, .Maideln's lilush, " August and Sept'ber. 47, Horse Apple, " ' " 4, Codlinij, " " " "0, Wine Apple, 15, JJambo, 7, Holland Pipuin. Sept'ber and October. 2o, Monstrous Pippin, " from October to Febr'y. 32, Sp'-tsinburgh, NViiitor. 3D, Watson's Yandivcre, " 0, Cumberland Spice, " 1 1, Gulden Kusset, " 37, Harrison Apple, " 43, Sweet Duller, " 10, Uellflower, 44, ondivcra Pippin, " 43, Rhode Island Green, ' D, White Pippin, " 30, 1'oman Stem, " 40, Pcnock, " 4'J, French Pippin, " 33, Ked Baldwin, 35, Aunt's Apples, " 5, Smith's Apple, " 45, Michael Henry Pippin, 31, lllaek Apple, 2, Ked, or Sweet Pippin, ' 28, White Pearmain, " 3S, Green Everlasting, " 4 1, Ked Komanile, 20, Winesap, " 22, Xevirfail. 1, New ton Piipiti, " 13, American Pippin, " The time of ripening is calculated for the 40th deg. of latitude, but will vary with different situations or changes of seasons. Plant the upper roots three inches below the surface, which will make one inch deeper than they grew in the nursery. If dry, the first summer after planting, water the trees. The above are selected from upwards of 500 kinds of drafted Fruit, (the se lection of the East,) and believed to be the best out of that number, which is cal culated for family use throughout the most of the year. I have had, bearing in my orchard for several years past, the above variety; and have, together with the opinion of many good judges, made out this selection, believing it to be the best I can do to render justice to all my customers : as I consider the responsibili ty great. AN DREW HAMPTON, Six miles JVorlh of Richmond, la. If. DO (."CLASS, City Hotel, Agent at Ottawa, 111. Persons wishing to purchase trees, can have them delivered at Ottawa or Peru between the 1st of March and the 1st of May. N. U. Application should be made immediately. Jan nary 15, 18 IE 35-3 w WAVl'I'U m f i d DOLLARS IN RAIL ; J XJ y ROAD S C 1(1 P, for which the market price will bo paid in !Xoils l)V .1. lion .MAN. Peru, Jan. 15, 1811. 35tf. LOT OF GOOD 11 RAN I) Y for sale by the quantity at cost and carriage from New York, for canal scrip, by the subscriber. G. E. WALKER. Ottawa, Jan. 15, 1811. 33 tf. 8 Ilarrels of superior Suirarhoust MOLASSES, just received for sale low for cash, by J. HOFFMAN Peru, Jan. 15, 1811. 35 tf. STATE OF ILLINOIS, ? 3.:i SnlN- County, ) III the ( irniit (Vni't, lo )luy Term. 1;U, Rac;:i:l H Asimorcif, ") In Chancery. vs. y Bill to foreclose a David N. Ti:uiu:rN. J mortgage. IT appearing by satisfactory affidavit, filed in the Clerk's office of the Cir cuit Court of La Salle county in this cause, that the above named David N- Teihcuii is not a resident of the State of Illinois, Notice is, therefore, hereby giv en to the said David N. Tcrheun, that the Complainant, Rachel Ila.sLrbuek, has filed in the Clerk's ollice of the Circuit Court of La Salle county her Bill in Chancery against the said David N. Tcr heun for the foreclosure of a mortgage, and that a Summons in Chancery has been issued against him, returnable before the said Circuit Court of La Salle county, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at the Courthouse in Otta wa, on the second Monday in May next: and that unless yon, the said David N. Tcrheun, shall appear before the said Circuit Court on the first day of the next term thereof, at the time and place a fore sail!, and answer to the paid Complainants bill, the same will be taken as confcf .'ed against you and a decree entered accor dingly. J. CLOUD, Ch ik. January 5t!i, 1811. George II. Nonius, Solieitor for Complainant. 31 lw Aotice 1 (' rpnn CHIfST MILL of the under- ft dinned hn been thoroughly rr-iIJ!'''-v.?P''ired nnd finilu d, nnd ii now in prr-t'-ii: feet order fr Ktindin; nil kinds of ?rin. Prompt attention will bo Riven to nil who kcc proper to give their rutoni, and wp nre confident, from long experienep in the busi ness, that wc-enn rlo vrm's. eipi -J, if n;t -superior, to any in tho land. We hold ourselves rexpniini ble for all haggrntruntod to un that arc well mark ed with the owner' h name. The iibove Mill i oitunted on Indinn Creek, about half a mill) from the mouth of the tnme. J. B.NK1NNKR, CI. CL'RUV E, J. IIOBUS. Iii'lian Creak, Jan. 1. 1 4I. S3 tf MOltK MEW OODS. J. Y. SANGER L Comp., A T the old stand of WALKER, & SANGER, 2m. on the south side of the public ami a re. have jint received from New York and St. Louis one ol the iarjet and best selected stock of goods which has ever been offered in this market. and which will bo sold nt such prices at will suit the tunes. Our cuUiC stock having been pur chased for the cash at a time when goods were low, will allow us to give our oul fiiends good bargains. A part of our stock consists of 350 pieces of Prints, newest styles. 12 bales of Domestic Slwvtings, 50 pieces of lllue Drillings, 10 it ti Drown Red and White Flannel, 3-1, 1-1 L C-4 Tickings, Liusey, English Merino, Kentucky Jear.s, Cloths and Sattinelts, 5 10 12 30 30 pair of Blankets ; Also, Illcachcd Muslins, Cnmbricks, Lawn3, Lace Silks, Marines, Shallys, Ueavcrtcens, Moleskin k. Rcpplant Cloths. Diaper, Ragging, Uuckskin Mitts and Gloves, Woollen and Cotton I lose and Half Hose, Cotton Yarn, &c, &C, etc., With other articles in this line, too numerous to mcntbm. Also A line Lot of Ready made Cloth ing, Riots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, &c. Also A large and well selected lot of Shelf Hardware and Cutlery, Iron, Nails, Plough Moulds, Anvils, Vices, Trace, Log and Halter Chains, Stoves, &c. Also A large stock p of GROCERIES, at i wholesale or retail, t' Willi W llS in, l .ZlN. (ti'v'?"'?r. t n it n v x ,,r ii fp$$ii'i- li" ' - w " - ' ' . ' r-rr,? T.vL-..vkinils and qualities. i-.-fy All of which will be &?f''1 sold very low for cash, or on exchange fur most kinds of country produce. W e respectfully invite our I'riemU and the pub lic generally to call and examine our goods and prices before piuchasiinr, elsewhere. J. Y. SANGER Si Co. Ottawa, January 1, IS 11. o3 tf. N. B. All persons indebted to the late lirtu of WALK ER & SANGER aic ear nestly requested to call and settle the same immediately, and save trouble. S. &. Co. 1 1 I . FANCY GOODS. L. P. it W. A. SANCKM iV Co. have jut received at the liriek ntore, A'o. 1, ehi side, and will Hell on very reasonable term, n fIIoiitIi:l tsortiiu'iit of Madioni, Gros Dcsurp t (iros Denap; Silks, figured and plain; a general assort ment of Muslin Dc Lanes, Shallics, and Saxony Cloths, embracing 30 I'itVerent patterns, French Iiombazines, Marino, Rrocha, Muslin Delaue, Silk, Cahmcre and Cotton Shawls, Silk, Linen it Camb ric Handk,, Ribbons, I'roca, C'ords, Lin en and Gotten Edgeings and Insertings; plain and figured Swiss and IlookMuslin, Robbcnei:-;, J.u konett.s, Sic. Ollawa, Jan. 1, 1811. 3.J ;f. Ol) FISH. A lot of Co.llish. in boxes or at retail, can be had at a bargain at the store of the subscribers. 11 FKLISI'T Sz RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 18, 1810. 31 if. Head) i!i:t!o jj l.'ST lM'CI'lVf.U at the store of the siilncii ? bers on the eorner of t'aiial and La .alle streets, n tjuuutily of P.F.ADV.MADi: CLorHLNC', Such at Over Coal-', Dress Coats, Yes'.s, l'aul:i!oei:, Shirts, Sic, Sn, V.'hi.-h uill be t '. I mueli l e.vcr than f)r:i.;r price Helve . V e h. wil'.l a.e .in In supply Ibcm named article-' v ,' of the above favor in v. il!i a call I '(" re purehu'-in uiivwl.ei'o '. IIUULUUT Si RUSSELL. Ottawa, I fee. IH, 18IO. 31 :f. Iorti'ti- E'la:iiuas. A 0 Pieces ol DOMESTIC FLAN- J . "V d' rr ti r t a. v.J' ii'iii ti iresn arrival, ir fiale tit whole sale or retail, at New York pri ces, by IIUivLI'iUT Si RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 21, IK 10. 32 tf. A larirc Assnrtiwnt of f A TID WARE, Iron Nails, Crockc . ry, China and Glass Ware, on band and for sale at the Brick store. L. P. Si W. A. SANGER Si Co. Ottawa, Jan. 1, 1811. 33 tf. C)i 1'ieccs of Mum I)c .ones atid Saxonies, em!)iacing a gre.it var iety of patierns, just received and for sale low by L. V.SiW. A. SANGER it Co. Ottawa, Jan. I, 1SU. 33 tf. Silks A Yell els. E UST received and fur sale low by the pj? suh-Ti ibers. a brge supply of 'figured and plain SILKS, and I lack nnd hive VELVETS. L. P. k. W. . SANGER & Co. Ottawa, Jan. 1, IS II. 33 tf. I'ov. cr, riiil Slcacs, Ac. fJHI I. imliMcriber bin on hand at bin ivr-llknown B. stand in Peru, Illinoi-i, ami olV.-ti f 'r tale low for rnh the fillowiiur items: 22 Kegs of Ml isting Powder, " Dtipfiut's Sporting Pow der, 100 Grind Stone?-, 20 Poxes of Raisin.i, 11 Parrels of Linseed Oil. J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Oct. 15, 1810. 22tf. J5000 FKiiT or I'isi: LufiiJiif, a Mupeiior article, icciiviil on eoniiii;iiuicnt and for tiale by the hubi.eriber. J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Oct. 15, 1816V - 22--tf.- iflio x"es"Tfs r liur&T'i'Ai.- 1 LO W C A N I) LES for sale b v J. I'. S.LXGEIi $ CO. pi ON ST A U LES' SALES, just print- J cd and f. for sale at tho office of the 'FREE TRADER." Cloths, Hurinos, &c. L'ST received and foi sale at the store of the ? subseriliors on the south i.!e of tha Public Square, in Ottawa, lib 10 pieces of black, blue, brown, olive, adclaidc and claret Cloths, 9 pieces of superior Beaver, Pilot and Uuflalo Cloths, 20 pieces of French, German and Eng lish Marinoes, 200 pieces of English, French and Ame rican Prints, 8 pieces of plain and f.-ney Cassimers, 20 " " ' Sattinctts, 10 Kentucky Jcr.ns and fulled Cloths', 15 bales of Sheetings and Drillings, 300 lbs. Cotton Yarn, 200 " Wickery, 15 dozen pair of Buckskin Gloves and Mittens, 0 dozen pair woollen Gloves and Mitts. 10 Socks. L. P. & W. A. SANGER fc Co. Ottawa, Jan. 1, 1811. 33 tf. !i1 Boxes of SOAP just received and v for sale bv the. subscribers. ARMOUR & LAMP.. Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1810. 23 tf. Srtfllik Barrels of A'. A'. .ViiVi'. (II.;,-, V rr lilSiivy, JUSl rcCCIVtU and for sale low bv the subscribers. ARMOUR & LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1840. 23 tf. 0)f 1'nclsof AME1HCAN BRAN-.-w J DY, just received and for sale by ARMOUR Si LAMP. Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1810. 33 tf. fiSNI Lhs' of I'0Al'' SUttAI " just received and for sale by the subscribers. ARMOUR Si LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1810. 23 tf. leather A t h:iirs. dp the atoie of the uubMrrihcr in Peru, La Sulle county, Illinois, 80 Sides of Sole Leather, CO " Upper Leather, a superior article, 10 Dozen of Il'indscr Chairs, for sale low. Hides will bo taken in exchnnpr for the above articles. J. 11 OFT .MA . Peru, October 1"). 1R 10. '-'.' tf. l? the Parrels of SUPER FINE FLO UK on hand and for sale by the subscriber. J. HOFFMAN. Peru, October 13, 1810. 22tf. 6 20 CANNON STOWS, various sizes, just received on consign ment anil for sale by J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Oct. 15, 1 H 10. 22tf. (JARS ! CAPS !! 1 A f "cr' Sa,f' iy"'hir l5' Musk .tL.fl O rat Cdl'S, just received and for side cheap bv the subscribers. L. P. Si V. A. SANCEU Si Co. Ottawa, J.i!!. 1, lrtll, ,3 tf. n.irs: iiatnT: 3 Ah Cases of A; and lfvollen Hats, on hand and for Kale at the store of the subscribers. L. P. & W. A. SANGER cV Co. Ottawa, Jan. 1, Uill. 33 tf. Uoots t'-i h:,ct.. ,V V. A. rAN;r.ll Co. ,;,m- ju..t ived lit their IK v.- Hliik :,l.in' nil ( a betc.ren I. a "Mille and t'ohimbiin hit -., V. lei cit :': i' for tale a! tb.e I..v.,.t prieef i air of line Cidfdvin Pools, i 30 1 1 V) Men's, Po-, and Youths Cot'.rse and Kip Hoots, 200 " Men's, Hoys, and Youths Course nnd Kip Shoes, 300 " Ladie.i ami Misses Kid end Seal Slip,., 50 " French Kid, Bronze & Coh ered Ilti.sl-.iti Slips, 30 " I.dies and Misses Calfskin Bools, I ogetiier with a smashing lot of Childreii.s' Shoes. Ctt.tv.a, .Ian. 1. 1611. ad tf. 04 Dozen Pair of G i: n ;t i. t m l? ' s Woomt.n H.M.r IIosk, just re ceived, and for sab- low, by the doen or single pair, at the store of the subscri bers. IlURLP.UTec RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 21. 1810. 32 tf. f Dozen Pair f (i i:ti. km i:n's tockincs, a fupeti- us mr Wooi.li;n or tirticle for f ab.- by Ottawa, by the iiien oi httijrle pair. iiui:Li;i; it RUSSELL, Dec. 21, IP 10. 32 tf T $ X Dozen of Twist, Hack A Sim: 9 ) y Comiis, by the dozen or nt re tail, at Eastern prices, IV r sale bv the sub scriber. ni'KLP.i r Si Russr.LL. Ottawa, Dec. 21. mo. 32 tf. YAEi l H i:. Du.en Pair Yai:n MiriT.Ns, stri ped and (Viui'i.-J, just received 1 and for sale cheap for cash, at lite store of IIURLIJUT .t RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 2 1, IS 10. 32 if. v2ei:at tVA.v::.!!'. K'K'MIE subscrilicrs will pay purl cash JJ nnd liberal prices for I'ond incrch antahle Fall ur ll'infrr ll'hraf. IMIRLlJL'Tit RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 21. ltl'. 32 tf. An Apprentice Yantcd, rSHE subscriber wishes to obtain a fl boy between tho age of 15 and 10 to learn the 'Tailoring business. A boy wdio will be able to give good rccommon dalions as to character, will find a pleas ant situation by making immediate appli cation to JOHN SHULER. Ottawa, Dec. 11, IS 10. 30 tf. Wanted at the Store of J. noFFMA?f, Forwordin? k CcmmIlol 31ert!iant, Pern, Illinois, TJ Q MI0$ Bushels of pcod Clean tnnter meat, for which the highest market price will be paid in goods and cash. Also S5tl5J llushe,s of fornt and the e.uic iiuanmy ol Ualt. Peru, Oct. 13, 1810. - 22tf. Ta TACKEREL. A prime article 'of It.B N. 1 Mackerel for sate cheap for cash or most kinds of produce bv MUKLBUT& RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 18, 18-10. 31 tfi 8fffUS- OF C.1ST STEELi J Vassorted sizes, just received and for sale by J. Y. S.QXGER & CO. Sept. 18, 1810. H7H1S1I. 10 Parrels of Whits Fish, .EL and 800 Lbs. Cod Fish, just re ceived and for sale low at the Bnck store L. P. & V. A. SANGER & Co. Ottawa, Dec. 4, 1840. 28tf. ' NOTICE. All persons indebted to the subscribers will please call and make payment of their accounts. By ao doing they will save trouble and costs. Nov. 27-tf ARMOUR & LAMB. rauniii? Mills. UST received per steam boat Rich mond, on consignment 8 first ratt F.1XMXG MILLS, which will b sold low for cash, by J. HOFFMAN.- Peru, No10, 1810. 26 tf. I'uriiiturc Tor Sale. rTfIIE subscribers have on hand a largo Jl lot of Furniture, consisting of Ta bles, ficdrlcads, Wash Stands, Looking Classes, $. S-c. Reef and Pork taken in exchange for the above articles. Nov. 27-tf ARMOUR Si LAMB. L. Thompson nAS just received at hi IVew Urujr Stor, on the east bide of the Public Squart in this place, a largo assortment of freah DRUGS & MEDICINES, Together with a few choice "Wines and Liquors. The public ar respectfully requested to call and ure. Ottawa, November C, IS 10. 25 tf. 11 15I1L. Port Wine, a first rate articlo, just received and for sale by Aug. 21. J. Y. SANGER Si CO. BLANK DEEDS, just printed on a superior quality of paper, and for sale at the office of the "FREE TRADER." STATE OF ILLINOIS, Ln S:illc County, I:i ilij (irrjit Court, to May Trim, lilL William Croo-i vs. Sami i t. Makk, sur viving administrator of Geo. W. Howe, deceased, Pliny FnittMAV, Avos Ki:i:i.kr, and Javis Hall. Injunction ia Chancery. S'"" T appearing by eatisfactory affidavit, filed in the Clerk's ollice of the Cir cuit Court of said county in this cause, that Pliny Freeman, Amos Kecler and James Hall, three of the above named de fendants, arc non-residents of the state of Illinois: NOTICE is, therefore, hereby tjivrn to tlte said Pliny Freeman, Amos Ket ler and James Hall, that the Com plainant, William Groom, has filed in the Clerk's Ollice of the Circuit Court of La Salle countv his bill in Chancery acainst the said Samuel Marr, survitiiig admini strator cf George W. Howe, deceased, Pliny Freeman, Amos Kecler and Jamca Hull, and that a Summons in Chancery has been i.-stied against them rcturnabld before the said Circuit Court on the first day of the next term thereof, to beholden at the Court house in Ottawa on the se cond Monday in May next: And that untc: 3 you, the ertitl defendants, shall ap pear before the said Court on tho first day "f t!ie next term thereof nt the time nnd place aforesaid, and answer to the Complainant's bill, the same will be taken as confessed against you. and a decreo entered accordingly. Deeetnber Ptb, 1S10. J. CLOUD, Clerk. II. O. Mi;Kt;iVAN, Solicitor fjr Complainant. 31 4w " TAVERN STAND TO LET. TD "5HE subscriber offers to let .JL thai well known TAV- US J ill 1U. t units iiunij )ttaw a, on the road leading from Ottawa to Chicago. Attached to tho tavern, is a tract of land, containing 10 acres, . which arc erected a large barn, nnd other convenient out-houses, together with a line Yoi no Orchard of apple, peach, and cherry trees, which yield . annally an abundance of fruit, Possession will be ivo by tho firt t of March. Persons wisning to examine the property, and ascertain ihe terms, can do so, by applying to the subscriber at Day too, Ill's. W. L. Dt-NAYAN. - January , 1S41 . . 34lw rV L.