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tup: ILLINOIS free trader I'AMSAIJ K OF Till: Jl'DH'IAKV KII.I.! Simii i; ir.tii, Fob. 1, 1SU. tisxT: The Judi Jiary Hill passed this day by a vote of 45 to 43. All the whis voted against it, except Mr. Funk, of MeTaine, who xvas nut ro.Hc-t, being detained 0:1 his return liere, i-ros;:-ing the Sanit-mo river. Yours, &e. . From the Chicago Democrat. ('oiiiitriTtiur iVc. Arretted. Ontx.ux Cirr.Jun. 18, lsll. Deak Sin I perceive, by a late num ber of your paper, that your city officers liave succeeded in arresting and couiinit- tinsr sonic three or four of the villains that infest our country. We. too. have had souk; success in thai way. We have now live in our jail and three out on bonds, as follows, viz : George Tyrrcl, alias Myers, accused of forsrerv. held to bail, and committed lor want thereof. Brown, accused of forgery, held to bail in the sum of five hundred dollars and committed. Edward Webb, larceny, bail $100, com mitted. Isaac Dennison, alias Dan Waters, bail $500, committed. Franklin Dewey, M. )., engraver, clockuiaker. fcc., for counterfeiting half eagles, bail $2,500, committed. These are the occupants of our jail The following persons have given tlx re quired bail and arc now at liberty. Norton II. Royce, forgery, bail 1000, given. Richard II. Akins, assisting prisoners to escape, bail 300, given. James 1 lamer, larceny, bail 100, given. Verv respectfully", 1). II. T. .MUSS. From the Philadelphia JSjiii it of the Times. M lieu! W!iulTli:iMlei-! Tlie editor of the Montreal Gazette, in some remarks introducing to his readers the two last letters of lite correspondence which has taken place between Mr. For syth and Mr. Fox, in relation to the Car oline outrage, and the arrest of Mr. M' Leod, one of the individuals concerned in that alfair is quite indignant, ami blusters away in the characteristic style of "I lei Majesty's dutiful subjects." That our readers may enjoy a hearty laugh at his expense, wc subjoin his concluding obser vations : "As nothing is now too base for the officers of the Republic to sanction, we should not be surprised to hear of I'ritish officers, who were engaged in the war o( 1812, being seized and put 011 trial for damage done to the citizens of the separ ate states, by orders of government. ' The cup of iniquity is fast tilling up and wc should like to see that country left to itself." An awful wish, surely ! It did not oc cur to the editor that Great Britain has twice left "that country to itself," and that it proved itself abundantly able to do that same thing and a little more. The Gazette continues a la Jlobndi' "Those persons who firmly believe in Providence overruling the a (fairs of the world, cannot but be impressed with the conviction, mat a government, which noes not acknowledge a Clod, and acts as if there were no God, must ultimately he brought to desolation." llel.ei.it'n Iliiir. The Buffalo Daily Republican says it is now of infinite importance to the peo pie ol the U. S. to ascertain the precise number of hairs there are upon the head of McLeod. Would to heaven he were as bald as a friar! Only think of it the Montreal Transcript says, a hundred thou sand American lives will be sacrificed for every hair of his head, if any harm befall him ! Ten hairs lo a million let 11s consider. We will suppose his head lo be of the ordinary size, and that an ordi nary sized head has 130 square inches of surface covered with hair. Now sup pose each square inch to contain 1000 hairs, and we have three factors, to wit: 130, 1000, and 100,000, which multi plied continually will give the number of lives that will be required to atone for thai of McLeod. Wait a little till wc multi ply, and wc will give you the number. Here it is : 13000,000,000 ! ! !!!!!' ! There's for you '. Fifteen thousand mil lion for one ! Masai on us ! For the Free Trader. A Itiilillf. 1 am email but yet have u place in creation, I wan not with tho ancients, nor yet in the llood i I was present when Adam committed transgression. From thence with the righteous I ul was s have stood I was present when Noah tho urk was ahuildin-j, And in that great vessel the necond was found : I was on the water when he was a nailing, And ufler ho landed I stuyed in the ground. li. VmmW 4JkJ' 'LM I'MAWWl I '111 3laonir Notice. IN finfnrntUif wit ti tlie frt uiticle 'if a urw ctiik of liij-lioe-i, mlitptid ut a Knriul mutiny ktld on MniiUiij, tlm 2si f Ikenitlxr lust, the regular, eniniiniiiicuiiuiiii of Ot'nwi Iaim, t of . FREE AMD ACCEPTED YORK MASONS will It In Id uit lite M0.x111.it erciiiittfi on nr hrf'ne the full of the M. Vie Ij.-dmu will tlirrrfn t pkiM talit notice, that the iluu fur holding mir next regular nA'imunieatmn will full on the riiir Monday in Mmh, tsll, liiag the t day of said month. Uv order of the I.oilii. C1KO. F. WEAVI2K, S:c'y. Ottawa, Teh. 5, liH. LIME & 1UIICK. rEHH subscriber would respectfully S inform the citizens of Ottawa and its vicinity, that he will make Brick, to the amount of 000.000, and have them on hand after the first of May next, lie has also now on hand 300 bushels (if I'rcth Burnt Lime, and will at all times during the season have a large quantity of the same for side, which he will ex change for labor or produce. WM. v. flagg. Ottawa Feb. 3, 1811. 3S(im i'irr.i6-. f OTIC V. is hereby given that the eping of the paupers of I. a Salle county will be let to the lowest responsi ble bidder on Tuesday, the second day of March next, and that sealed proposals for the same will be received at the Clerk's Office until, or on the first Monday in March next. The person to whom said keeping is awarded, to be entitled to all service s that any or all of said paupers may in any way be enabled to render. ' order J the eoanli commissioners court. J. CLOUD, Clerk. Ottawa, Feb. 3, 1811. :iM--lsw Slra j I'd away 7 ROM the subscriber re siding in Uliea, Lasalle county, Illinois, a dark bay 'T'yTi' la.tian Pomy, still' main, bob tan, ami noavy witu loai. rass The mare, left about two months since. Any person giving information where the animal may be found shall be suitably rewarded, by MAR TIN Ml RPJIY. Ftiea, l'fb. 3, 1811. ilS-ilw a: otic r,xe fa 1,1, persons indebted to the subscri her by Book Account or for 'ost are requested to call and settle bv paying up in Cadi, or bv giving their tiot. s. M. i:. HOLLlSTKR. Ottawa, .Jan. '20, 18 11. :i7--iwi TO Tin: PUBLIC. Tito ".Hai-M'ilio- M:i:iul.t luring 'nij:ii) " Sg AVIXfi purchased the MII.I.S and other I . machinery lately erected by J,. Ki M iiai.i., il the towa of .Marseilles, are pieeared to do Sawing for, and furnish to the surround ing community, all descriptions of Sawed Lumber, Lathes, and Shingles, which tne country will admit, on the most reasonable terms and shortest notice; and as the business ol e company in all its branches, will bo pcifornied experienced and competent men, and every cd'oil made to give, satisfaction, thev hope lo ine- . 1 - i 1 1 I . , 1 rn a le.crai snare 01 puime patronage. Tin: lit LAUGH tvHijvy I'l.oi ;III,L, V. l(t" containing KlGIlT Runs of French Hurt' Stones, designed for both country and merchant work, and to be equal to any in the Union in till ils parts, will soon be in operation; when they will be prepared, and happy to "gT'.i rvcrij hiiiiin rivl" who will give ihcm a call, in the best possible manner; and customers may rest assured that the " toll dish" shall not be lo'j lurc, nor be ") r't t lx en irith ti croohiil ; ." They will also want, t-o soon as the four nuuhant run are completed, till the (t'ooff If infer il b.cat I hry can ?c(. for which a liberal price will at all times be paid at the mills of the company ; and they would say lo farmers in this vicinity, that they cannot grow too much til that commodity. The Company have now and will con tinue to keep on hand, a large and general ..Isorinicul of .Va'ditiwUzc, which will be exchanged (as also will their lumber,) for wheat and most other kind ) t i country produce. Marseilles, Jan. -J 8, 1811. :7--if. 1NV QFAYITIY OF llTlilTs J.W.. wanted by the Murvi iflci Mun- vfdClUril) g ( 'oilljilDI I. Marseilles, Jan. V!, 1811. 37-tf. 'HxT OTICK is her J.l llohlernxtii, .1 bv given to fro acc! ;,( riiian,' . Jllen lloLlennaa, Martha Son-Jar, lla eliel Metaiurn, Jlanmth i 'ol 1 Icrtniui, Sarah II jlJmaan, and Eliza II;l,er- 1 ft it 1 man, neirs 01 John iioi.ii;ki.n, deceas ed, that I will present a petition to the next Circuit C.ourt, on the First day of the next term thereof, to be hidden in Otta wa, Lasalle county, and state of Illinois, 011 the second Monday in May next, for a division of the south-west quarter of f cc tion twenty-six ('20) in township thirty one HI), north ol' the base line of rang' three, east of the third principal incredian, being entcreil in the naino of John IIoI- ihtrtnan and Marv. Jones. The said heirs will take notice accordingly, appear am show cause, if any they have, why said petition should not be granted. ISAAC PAINTKR. Gt.ovr.u Sc Cook, Attornics for Petitioner. January '211, 18 11. a7--Isw Jvvt oriel: 1n debted All persons xxhoareiu- liook account are respectfully requested to j call and settle the same immediately. N. IL All kinds of produce taken in payment at the market prices. J. HOl'F.MVN. Peru, Jan. lo, 1811. :s.i--tf. rrus a.i suns. rff)ON", Mink, OrrKit, Miskrxt, yDcK.u and Wolf skins xvantcd at the brick siore lv L. P. 'V. A.SANGKit iUCO. Jan. 29, 1810. - . "t. .:i t: i:m::: l :; ill n!!!),.,!, Ills. FlV.IH jiiiblii1 are ivs.i rtl'ulU informed tlr.it this 1 l.ir.re ctuhlihiiit-ut has undergone a thoroiivli repair fro' 11 bottom to toji, and is uoiv oon under the direction nf the subscribers, recently from Peoria. They intend that eveiv attention shall be liven tolhe comfort and a -eomin idation of nuests, and the patronaire of the tr.icllin.r community is respectfully solicited. They feel thankful to the public for their pat ronage heretofore, and assure them they are now able to ie more ucncral satisfaction, hawim re cently attached 11 lare addition to the buililio. which enables them o furnish rooms lor families. and sitmle rooms for fetitloiuen anil ladies, 'l'he house is larue, oomfoit.tble, and coiiinindinliK, and well furnished; they except none in the western country. They have also first-rate stablinr nt taclwil to the establishment. Wlil.l.si Ml I.I.IOKO. January to, IS 1 1. I!.') tf. Aliiiiiiis.ti';itois olico. V Y II K subscribers having taken out H Letters of Administration from the Court of Probate of 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 mouths Ironi lite date hereof. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned. PF.RS1S MORRISON", Administratrix. S.VMFKL MORRISON, Administrator. Livingston co., Jan. 7, 18 11. .'13-- lxv .loaax tun iii:i5, SORMl'R'LY of New York, and sup b8 posed to have been a contractor, may hear of something to his advantage by informing tlie printer of the Peoria Register of his residence. Any informa tion of him from any of his acipiaintniice, will be thankfully received. Peoria, Jan. 13, 1811. IJO-.'lw AMi'tiGou, I'ariiK'o A fliOiCi: tsKUUnin.N OF a v v li s KI1'i;.mno in sirei'ssioN. 21, cllou June, ripening in .1 line am Julx -o, rriucc s Harvest, 1 I, Kirkhridtre White, Sweet June, 1'riiiee'n Juniliiur, It!, Ycll.'w l!ou!;h, lg, t.'aroliua June, is, Daily 1,'ed, S, Siiminer (Jiiecn, tt, (.'arolina Swiet, l''1. Siunnicr l'caiinain, 2 I, Red Stripe, ill, Daniel Apple, 2:1, Maiden's liiii:,'n, l i. Horse Apple, 1. Codlinir, -!, W ine Apple, 1. '), Iaiolio, 7, 1 1 till Hid III, 2, ), Moiislioti i I'ippiii, ;32, Spil.-inliiu-.rli, U'.iison's auilncr i, ( 'ilinlicrland i"'pii-e, 1 I, ( i.ildcu Kilssel, Harrison Ajipli , IS, Sweet JJutlei, 10, Ib llllowcr, I I, aililicie i'ijipin, Jul and August. A ii'4iist and Scpt'bcr, Sept id t leloher. fi'oiu lelobcr to l'ebr'y Winter. l-i, luioile I i.ili I (in 11, il, lute l'iiiin, HO, Komaii Stein, in, I'i nock, I'.), I'ri'iieh I'ljipiu, :i:t, Ucd Daldcin, ;i", Aunt's Apples, o, Suiilh's A pple, 1"), M ichael 1 leury l'iipin, :n. liiack Apple,' 2, (veil, or S Wl et 1'lppln, 2S, W'liite rcaiinain. Its, (J rci ii Bverl.isliny, 1 1 , lo I Komauile, 20, W'iliesap, g2. Nevcrl'ail, 1, New ton I'ippin, Id, Aiiii iiean I'ippin, The time of ripening i -the (Otll deg. of latitude calculaled fur but will vary XVltli ilillereut. itii.tt it ms or changes ol seasons. Plant the upper roots three inches below the surface, which will make one inch deeper than they gtexv in the nursery. If diy, the first summer after planting, water the trees. The above are selected from upwards ! of 300 kinds of (iroj'tnl 'rait, (the si-i lection of the F.-.'-st.) and believed to be j the be.-t out id' that number, which is cil-! eulated for family use throughout tbej most o! the year. I have had, hearing in i my orchard for several years past, the above variety ; and have, together xvil'i the opinion of many good judges, made out this selection, believing il to be the best I can do to render jtistit e to all iny customers : as 1 consider the responsibili ty great. AN DiJKW HAMPTON, f ix miles North of Uiclimntid. la. II. L'Ol lil.Ass, fiiy Until, Agent at Ottawa, HI. Persons wishing to purchase Irers, can j have them delivered at Ottawa or Pern between the 1st of March and the 1st of May. N. 15. Applicaiion should be made imnieiii: itelv, January 1"), Hll. :)"-:iw WA.vrr.i (7bl4f DOLLARS IN RAIL ROAD S C R I P. for which the market piic will be i.iid in goods by J. HOFFMAN". Peru, Jan. 1 .". Is 11. tf. A LOT OF (iOOD 15 RAN DY for .2. sale by the qutuitity iit cost and carriage from New York, lor canal scrip. by the subscriber. G. I'.. WAI.KKR. Ottawa, Jan. 1", IhM. U.V-tf. 1 f Parrels of superior Sngarhouse I O. MOLASSL'.S, just received and for sale low for cash, by J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Jan. 13, 1811. US tf. J. V. SANG Fll & Comi, T the old stand of WAI.KKR .V JSAXOI'.l!, 011 tlie -null side of the public squuro. have A just received from New oilt und St. Louis one of the l ir '.est and best selected stin k of ;oods which his ever been otlirel in this market, and which will be sold ut such prices as will suit the times. Our eiuiie stock, having been pur chased tor the cah tit a tune when nooils were 1 low, will allow us to ejvo our old friends t;ood bargains. A part of our slock consists ol 1130 pieces of Prints, newest sl les. Pi bales of Domestic Sheetings, 30 pieces of Blue Drillings, 10 " Brown " 23 " Red and White Flannel, '23 " 1-1 . 0-1 Tickings, 3 " Liusey, 10 " F.uglish Merino, I'Z " Kentucky Jeans, HO Cloths and Satlinetts, ISO pair of Blankets ; Also, Bleached Muslins, Catubricks, Lawns. Lace Silks, Marines. Shallys, Bca crieeus, Moleskin & Repplatit ( Mollis, Diaper, Bagging, Buckskin Mitts and Gloves, Woollen and Cotton Hose and Hall' Hose, Cotton Yarn, 1V.0., c, A.o., With other articles i 1 this line, too inuueruiis lo mention. Also A line Lot of Ready made Cloth ing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, cVc Also A large and well selected lot of Shelf Hard ware and Cutlery, Iron, .Nails. Plough Mould-, Aui!s, Vices, Trace, Log and Halter Chains, Slows, ivc. Also A large stock jjj. 4T f CROC KIM F.S, at ft .: .. 1. 1 1 . ... : c .s, iioicsaie 01 u iau, xis with W I N I) S and v-iL 1 Q V 0 R N (fall V.- 'kinds' and qualities. v All of which will be 'C-'V sold vt ry low for cash, or on exchange for mo.-t kinds of country produce. V.'c re 'jieclfu'l;. invite our li 'i-uds and the pub lie., iicueially to call and examine our uoods and price- hcl'iiv pu.'eliasin el.-.ew In re. J. Y. SANGFR .t Co. t );t.iv, ,1, January l.lsll. tf. N. B. All persons indebted to the late linn of WALKHR & NANGFlfatc ear nesily reque-stcd to call audsetile the same immediately, and save trouble. S. A: Co. i M I I . l NOV (JOD i)S. JP.& V. A. SAMiCil iV- (.',.. have just Am received at the DricU stoic, ."So. 1, cheap si.!e, and will sell 011 very reasonable t. nns, a N;lcni!il ts-ot (iiseut of M.ulioni, Gros Desitrp iL G'ros Deuap; Silks, figured and plain; a general assort ment of Muslin De Lanes, Nhallies, and Saxony Cloths, embracing 150 dilVeienl palterus, Fi'etich Bombazines, Marino, Broehn, Muslin Di lane, Silk, Cashmere and ('o'.ton Shaxvl., Silk, Linen v.-Cambric Ilaudk., h'ibbons, liroca, Cords, Lin en ami Gotten IMgeings ami Iiiseriings ; plain and figured Swiss and lIook.Muslin, Bolibeitetts, Jack'onells, t'vc. Dtt.iu.i. Jan. 1, isii. if. C10D I ISII. V lot of C.uhi.sh, ii J boxes or at tvlnil, can be ha. I at ; bargain at the store of tlie subscribers. IH RLBI T A: RI SSPLL. Ottawa, Dec. I 8, lM ID. .'(I tl. !(:! yisi:?1' Itlii!i:r. i vr k i :t ' ill i:n .u ike .-imc ..r t',.- .i.i.:,t fff bias mi tlie comer id I . ..!! and I. a ;-.i. stict l.i. :i ipiaiit'-ly of L'I'ADV.MADi: CLO THING. Such as Over Coals, D;ess Coals, Vest Pantaloons, Shirts, Ac., Ac, Which will be sold iniie'i lower than f r;.icr piiees. c hope these v. chill:; to sepj I'' them .telvfs with any ol the ithove n lined iirliilcs, will fix or ii xv i:h a call bi'tore porch. i-inu; 11 11 v w here e!.e. IIPRLIMiT A R( SSKLI,. ,'i,Otiawa, Dec. IS, I H ID. Ill if. 3(!i!t"slic n.uiiselv. r, Pieces ol DOMl'lN I IC PLAN- 9 NLLS, a fresh arrival, for sale at xx hole sale or retail, at .New York jui ces, by III RLIil P A I!l SSKLL. Oitawa, Di i . '21. IKI'-I. :p tf. A l;if!;f As Dllllfltt ()f u.v::1 ARDWAh'l'., Iron Nails, (o,k - China and Glass Ware, on hand and for sale at the I'rick stoic. L. P. eV W. A. SA.NGKR ,x, Co. Oitawa. Jan. 1, 1h1. :id tf. jj Pf ces of Moat )v .ours and Jj SiU'onirt embracing a great xar ietv of patlci U", just leci ivi d luul for sale low by L.P.A W. A. SANGF.lt A Co. Ottawa, Jan. 1, ISO. It:! if. Silks A V-lv'H. 3 I ST received and for stile low by the off sub-eribers ,a large Mit't'lv of figured lv ol t.i.d idoin SILAS, , ,-7'l I hloih and l.lin: i VELVETS. l. p. Si w. . sn(;i:r a c.. Ottawa, Jan. I. lull. I!:? tf. j I'ow (!ri', .i i;ni Sloiu-s, Ac. r 311 1 1 sub M-ribcr has en hand at bin well known 3 stand in I'i rn, Illinois, 1111. 1 ollcr. t ir sale low for 1 ash the foil. iw uiu Item : Ti Kegs of Hl isting Pow der, 1 ' Dupont'.s Spotting Pow der, 100 Grind Ston.,"j, '20 l'ovs of R lisins, 1 1 Hariris of Linseed Oil. J. HUFFMAN. Peru, Oct. 13, lKlfl. '2'2--'f. n:i;r or i-i.m: i.i uiu.i;, a sapi lior a on Ic. in - im I on c.jijsihi. incut mid fir sale bv the ii!i-i i ;!t. j. HOFFMAN. Pern, Oct. 13, 18 10. r! tf. Oft fPL P.OXF.S OF SPFR.M V TAL LOW CANDLF.S for sale by .. r. s.iMi.n ,v rn. ('lON'STAHLF.S' SJL:S, just print J cd and for sale at the nll'ico of the "KRKF. TRADKR.". Cloths, Ifluriuus, Cm.:. II"ST received wnd foi sale ut the Btorc of the subscribers on the so'itli side of th Public Square, in Ottawa, III. 10 pieces of black, blue, brown, olive, adelaide andclaiet Cloths, U pieces of superior Beawr, Pilot and I)u Halo Cloths, "20 pieces of French, Gi nu:.u and F.ug lish Maiinoes, '200 pieces of English, French and Ame rican Prints, 8 pieces of plain and fancy Cassimers, :0 " " " Satlinetts, 10 " Kentucky Jeans and fulled Cloths', 13 bab's of Sheetings and Drillings, 300 lbs. Cotton Yarn, '200 " Wickery, 13 dozen pair of Buckskin Glox ts and .Mittens, 0 dozen pair woollen Gloves and Milts. 10 " Socks. L.l'.it W. A. SAN (SF.lt A. Co. Dltawa. Jan. 1. 1S11. 3:J tf. fflpi Boxes of NOV P just received anil W r. 1.. 1... .1... . :i mi S.IIO IP 010 MUIM MTS. ARMOLR ,V LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. '2.t, 1810. '2; tl. ifo Barrels of A. .V. .Smith's Ohio lii ctifu il II hislm, just received and for sale low by the subscribers. ARMOLR & LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. '2:t, 18 10. '2:1 (f. 0 20 Ban. Is of AMI'.RICAN BRAN DY, just received and for sale y A RMOF R ,V LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. '2:. 18 10. ;):t tf. Lbs. of LOAF SUGAR just received and for sale by the ubscribers. A R MO PR A LAMB. Ottawa, Oct. '2:J, 1810. 'J.'l tf. S.riillirr A 4 Ii:iii. I S'C received on cousin anient and for sale a( the stoie of the subscriber in rei n. I. a Salle .'Hunts , lliliiois, HO Sides of Sole Leather, 30 " Fpper Leather, a stipirior article, 10 Doen of ll'i minor Cliuirx, for sain low. 1 1 ides vv ill be take 11 in ci haiu;e for tlm 11 hove 11 lido. J. IHII'F.M.W. Peru, October l.", Mill. 22--tf. mm Barrels of SI PI'R FINi: FLO PR on ban,, and for e by the subscriber. J. HOITM VN. Peru, October 13, 18(0. '2'2 tf. 6 PAN.NO N S''OfCS, various sizes, just received on consigu- incut anil lor sale by .1 Peru, Oct. 13, 1H10. llOlTMAN. 2'---tf. CAPS ! CAI'S ! ! 1 -i ( Otter, Sial, Xrn!er - Mak- (it C.I'S, just receivtd and tor sale cheap b the subscribers. L. P. A V. A. SVNGFR &('. Ottawa, Jan. 1, 1 M 1 1 . :;:! tf. HITS! HATS!! ises of Sill; and WooUtn Hats, on baud and for sale at the store of the subscribers. L. P. A. V. A.S VNGHR k. Go. Oitawa, Jan. 1, 1811. Hit tf. itools A Mioc, 1 v. w. .v.is.v: I Am received at their V. A. isAMiPU . Co. have iiisl new l!i ick stoic mi t 'a- mil sii'ei t. I iwei-n I. a .allc and (.'nluinlais sirs., 1 n!i; :nt 1 loo 200 :ioo r lor sale at Die lowest puces iir ol line Call-ikiu Hoots, Min's, I!os, and Youths ( 'oiir.se and Kip Hoots, " Men's, l'ovs, ; 1 1 1 1 1 Youths ( 'oui'sc and K ip Shoes, L:.i!ii s and Misses Kid and Seal Slips 30 " Fleliell Kid, lilOll.i.' A Colll- en d l'uskin Slips :to Ln'iii ind .xiisses alls.Mii Hoots, Together xxith a ( 1 ildielis' Sir i s. Cltaiva, J in. 1. tsll. ,v.'i-.(lg lot of a:: if. ( I loy.cn Pair of 1. s 1 1. 1: xi 1; n ' s W001. 1 i n H m i llo-i:, just re and for sale low, by the dozen or pair, at the stoic ol the su'e cri III PI. Ill 'I' A HI SSP.LL. eeiveil single hers. Ottawa, Dee. '.'I. s;l, :i2--'.i. 1 Do111 Pair of ( ; 1: N T i.i: XI 1: N ' Wool. 1. i.n StoiMM.s, a superi or ailii ie, by the doell 01 M!i'e pair, for sale by ilFKLP.l P A RI'SSFLL. Ottawa, Dee. '21, 1 H 10. it2 tf. O ri Doy.'-n of Txx 1st, Hxi kA Sun y X y CoMi'.s, bv the dicy.cn or tit re I : tail, at Ha-.tern prices, for sale by the sub scriber. Ill IH.l'.l P A UI SM'.LL. Ottawa, D-'c. '2 1. hi". o'2 if. 1 (7 Dozen P.iir Y'.xii Mtrri s, stn- 3 .JL I"'1' lii'1!1'!' received and for sale cheap for cash, at the store of IIP RLHFT A IvTSSF.LL. Ottawa. Dee. II, 110. :i'-tf. Ii:AT N i l'.!). f JlIF -su'oseii'.ieis xx ill pay part cash y and hlicral prices br good merch antable lull or H iit 'r What. 111 i;i,hi:ta rfssf.ll. Ottawa. Dec -21, IM0. i;2 tf. An itpH'MjixT W.ttiivc. rjSll!. subscriber xxisiies lo obtain a J3 boy between the age of 13 and 10 lo learn the Tailoring business. boy xx ho w ill be able to give good rccoiniiiou datious as to character, xxill find a pleas ant situation by making immediate-application to ' JGllN SHL'LI'.R. OUtyxva, Dec. II, 1810. 30tf. Wnnud nt the Store of J. HHFFJI.l.V rorwartlinsl I'omittlwioii iilertliant, rcrflj lilietii, " 1 1 inter 11 hud, for which the highest market price will be paid in goods and cash. Also Bushels of Com, and the X V X fame quantity of Oats. Peru, Oct. 13, 1S10. 22 tf. ACKFRFL. A prime article of No. I Mackerel, for ffale cheap for cash or most kinds of produce by 111! RLBUT& RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 18, 1810. 31 tf. I1:S- VF CJST STEEL, Ov'l "assorted sizes, just received ind for stile bv S.LVGEIl S,- CO. Sept. 18, 1810. I 1INIL 10 Barrels of White Fish, !. and 800 Lbs. Cod Fish, just re ceived and for sale low at the Brick store. L. P. A W. A. SANG EH & Co. Ottawa, Dec. I, 1810. 29tf. "jVTOTICF. All persons indebted to .1.1 the subscribers will please call and make y. ment t f their accounts. By sol doing thev will save trouble and costs. Nov . -27-tf ARMOUR & LAMB. Tanning Mills. I N T received per steam boat Rich- 9P monil, on consignment H lust rale '..Y.Y.Yf; MILLS, which will b sold low for cash, by J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Nov. 10, 1810. 2G tf. rirititi:t'4 for Salt. f 0 T II F. subscribers haxc on hand a larpe .B lot of Furniture, consisting of Ta bles, f'ti!.l(inl.i, Wash Stands, Looking Glasses, , e. iVc Beef and Pork taken in exchange for the above articles. Nov. -27-tf ARMOLR iA LAMB. Tll4llll01l ' ' S just received at his New Ping ftore, oil the ca.-t side of the Public Niuurc in thin place, 11 lari;c assoi lincnl ol fresh DRUGS & MEDICINES, Together xxith a few choice Wine a rut Liipiors. The public arc rcspecifullv tciiut-'stid lo call and Oltaxvu, Noveinber 0, IS 10. 25 tf. Not he! t 'I'ltF. CKtST Mil. I. of ihf iin.l.-r. 1 . ; ,,..,1 i. .. 1 1. ..,.. ..1,1.. ... ....... . f ft I 1 I ... -1 ...... . (-IK.I 111,11 llll-l IfVli; 111 V IV" II 1 1 , paircii ami limslieil, ami Is now in per ;'.'J -feel order for (,'iindiii'j; all kind.' of :;i;iiii. l'mu.pt uiti iitimi will tie given to all who see proper to i their custom, ami xve arc cmiliilent, tiom loin; evperienee in the busi ness, thai we can do work ciiial, if not nuperior, lo any in the I .mil. Wc hold ourselves responsi ble for all ba'.;s cut 1 listed to us that are well maiV- i'd wiih the owner's name. The above Mill is situated on Indian Creek, ibiutt half a mile from I tie mouth of the same. J. 1'. MUX. NEK, (!. CUK E, J. MODUS. Indian Crcn'n. Jan. 1. 1S(I. 1'3 tf A TAVKIiN STAND 'v o 1. 1: T. f B W V. subscriber oilers to let M. that well knoxvn 'PAY' FRN S I'AND, 7 miles fromd v)ttaxxa, n the road leading from Ottawa to Chicago. Attached to the tavern, is a tract of land, containing 10 acres, on which are erected a large barn, and other convenient out-houses, together with a line 01 no Out u.xi;i of ujijjle, peach, and cherry trees, which yield initially on abundance of fruit. Possession w ill be given by the first of March. Persons wishing to examine tho properly, and ascertain the terms, can do o, by applying to the subscriber at Day ton, 111 s. W . I,. Ill AAAA. January , ISO. 3l-Gr S'I'A'I'i: OF ILLINOIS, S;ili Coinil. I:: !!: Cn ui'. Cidirl. U :a y Trrm, IS4L JnltN 1 1 xvi x .A j In Chancery. ( XttliM II 1 tiARIIAM, Lr.xx 1 ' I )i tti :.v, Bill to fore- I 'S. ( close a rnort- Rissr.1.1. II. M xi.i.xu'. A J gage. Aitiixxi Km. i.i: ion. J , J 'P appearing by satisfactory afiidavlt, filed in tee Clerk's off.ee of tho Cir cuit Court of La Sail.; county, that tho above name. I Russell Mallary and Abram IMgertou, defendants in this cause, are nott-n siih-nts of the state of Illinois: N OTIC F, is, therefore, hereby given to the said Defendants, that the Complain nts, John Hayes, Gardner T. Garhanv ami Lewis Durley, have lileil in the Clerk's office o( tlie Circuit Court of said county, their Hill in Chancery against tha said defendants for the foreclosure of a mortgage, and that a summons in Chan cery h is 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 Inudin t the Court House in Otiaxva, 0:1 the second Monday in May h-'m. uii.l that unless you, the said Russell II. Malkny, tuiJ Abranv Exl gerton, shall appear hi hue the s-uid Cir cuit Court on the first day of the 40.1 term thereof, at the time ami ; ye , :J" H.iid. and ans xx er lo tlie ionip!a;tu.oi.' said Hill, the samo xvill be Ink en as fc-J fessed against yon, and a deeree cr.tire accordingly. J. CLO I'D, CJark. Jan. 'i'J, 1S11. v 37-4sw J. J. Holt, Solicitor lor ComplainauU. pTiTilA?