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ft? -ft THE ILLINOIS FREE TRADER. 1 1 ii S 5 t !J ' ft tl ! is U ! f i 1 2 , if! M l! ft is- a' 1 Si : 8; 1 ., 1 i; r i. '!. BISIXESS "CARDS. raiorMlLV t. niCKlr. , . loiissxo lklanh Dickey & Lclantl, Attorneys r eounsellort at law, Ottawa, Ilk. On of the firm -will always be present at the different courts in Judge Ford's circuit. Ottawa, May 23, 1810. 1 if. Geo. If. IVorris, Attorney and Cottmillir at Law, Muter in Chancery and Notary 1'uLUc. Ottawa, Illinois, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. " J. J. Holt, Attorney and Counsellor at L'tw and HoV.eitor in CllAKl'KltT. - Oruca opposite the Mansion House, Ottawa, La Salle county, Illinois. May 23 J, 1S10. ' tf- S. It. Farewell, Attorney and Cuuiis-dtir at Ism; Office over the new store of Cushmuu Jit Thonip son, Ottuwa, Illinois. May 23J, 1840. 1 tf Milton II. Swift, - Attorney and Cutnnlhr at Lair. Offca on La Sallo Street, n few doors North of the Market, Ottawa, Illinois. May 23d. 1810. l--tf. John V. A. I !", Attorney and Counsel! ir ut font) and tiJlcilnr in X'hunccry. Office next door north of tlio Post Oilier, Ot'a- wa, La Salle cuuntv, Illinois. May 23d, 1810. ' 1-tf. John V. C'liamitliii, Attorney and Counselor :il Law, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Having associated iiimxclfwilh Mcs-rs. SPI'I.N.i and GOODRICH, of Chicago, wdl attend to all practice of their profession in t! county of La Sulle. Ottawa, June 12, I'JJO. 1 tf. Wm. (;!ninr.asi'i-o, Attorney anil Counsellor at Lair, an I Solicitor m tiunceri, PERU, LA SALLE COUNTY, ILLINOIS July 10, 1810. 8 tf. J. 0. olovkk. n. c. COOK. Cilovor A; Cook, Attorniea and Counsellors at Law. Office- over Cushimiu ct Thumps ns Store, Ottawa, Illinois. Augusta, 1810. 12 tf. Dr. O. !?!. lark, Physician and Surgeon, OFFERS his services to the citizens of Ot tawa ami surrounding country. Ho can he found at the M nation 11 nine, where lie wil he hap py to attend to any professional business that may bo confided to his rare. Ottawa, August H, 1810. 13 Om. Thompson, East side of the Public Square, Ottawa, III., Dealers in Drills, Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, I'ainls, Oils, Varnish, A:c. &c. July 3. 1810. 7 tf. ftrSll A.O.t.osi:.., CSuufZLei forwarding and Commit tion Merchant, Utica, La Salle comity, Illinois. May sad, 18 10. 1 if. JNTi:V DKUG STORK. Thompson, AT the olil stand for rly occupied by I. N. Tkmiikcx, on the e,it side of th Public Square, keep constantly on hand a large and general assortment of Drugs, Medicines, );c Stuffs, Paints, OihfJ'urninli, Patent Medicines, eje nd all Zither articles which are generally kept in a DrugStore. Ottawa, June 0, 1810. 3 tf. Hags or LIVERPOOL SJlLT, on hand and for sale by ARMOUU & LAM 15. Ottawa, Ot t. 2U, 1810. 23 tf. Chests Tea. assorted, nist received Aug. 21. J. Y. SAN (I Kit & CM). DR. BARTHOLOMEW'S Fink i:poftorant S) ruo. ri'lIE " cases of Consumption are so numerous -- in ull the northern latitudes, that some reme dy as a preventive should he kept by every family constantly on hand, to administer on llir first appearance of so direful a disease. This Ejritte- torant Surun will iu every case prevent the coni' plaint. It is quite impossible for any person ever to have consumption whu will use this remedy on the fust approach of counh and pain in the side, and in many instances it lias cured wlieu puysi ciaus hail civen ui the cases as incurable. Sold wholeal and letail by Coiustock Jv. Co., wholesale druggists, 2 r letcber street, N. l ., and at the drug store ot l,.f. A. IV. VI. SMvpr . in, Ottawa, October 10, 1810. 22 tf. (7 f Uarrels of Cinneinati rectified JJ IfliiHkey, an excellent article, just received on consignment and Tor sale low for cash by ' J. HOFFMAN. Peru, October 15, 1810. 2'i if. For Sale or JCrnt. A FARM, recently occupied by Jesse A. Clark, situated in the county of La Salle, ono mile ouill of Ottawa. Said Farm contains 160 acres of choice land, one half of which is now un der good fences and in the best state of cultiva tion. Conveniently situated upon the premises is a commodious dwelling Hons.! and Ham, with a Shed, Stable, ani!Oranary,all in good coieliiioii. Two excellent Wells of water, a small Apple and Peach Orchard, JVe.. &.c. The above described Farm with these and all other appurtenance thereto helouiriti;' is oll'ercd for sale, rent, or lease, on the most reasonable, con dition i. Also, A UOL'SE AND LOT, with a small horse stable, in South Ottawa, very conveniently aTanged for the accommodation of a family. The Lot is of sufficient sizo to allord a good yard and oarden. Akofr SJe, AN ISLAND, in the Illinois River, a few rod below Ottawa, coiitiiiuintr 30 Acres of good land, upon most of which there is a heavy growth of exilent Timber , Any or all of the above described property may : now be obtained on very low and reasonable tenis, For further information, proposals, oVc. nonire of the subscriber. J. M. CLARK, Ottawa, Pec. 4, 1840. 20 3m Kflfin LI0,IT8 8 H 10 WINDOW i)UUv SASH, just received on consign nent, and for sale low by I HOFFMAN. J'eru, October 15, 140. St tf. Ottawa Chair ."lanufattory. MCIM rO'"Ll) respectfully inform the inhabitants ' .i : . ..:..:..... .'i.. . .1 ..:n .: ... Ii:anu!.u tur CHAIRS oil I. a .""alle Street, a few t -v .1 i- it . ir 1 . 11 1 . .1 ... iloorj .orm 01 me .iar.ei iiou.-.", wuere ioev euu-talitly keep on hand AN ASSORT .M I -WT OF CHAIRS id' every tU-aciijition, u: IJ'iii.t-.or, (ln clan and I'iit Seals of all kinds ; Aio, Ii,)v!a,v-(. hitiM, Lntdh-H and etteer. The subscribers !' 1 extrermly ;.'r:i!i fid for the liberal patrouai'it with vsbi' ll l!ie comuiunity ha.-. favored them dunm; the pa.-t yi ar, ami lliey re- cpectfu!! so!;i it a continuance of the same, U'. MOORE, i:. L. WATERMAN. Ottawa, July 21, IS 10. 10 tf. ni:u mi:at maisklt. On Front .!., next door to t!ie Kxclian-je. h:ir!r i:i!lrrlti ! ESI'i:("I Tl I.LY informs t!ie eiti.'.ens id OlMWJ that li: h u opened a M.at M.r.ii at the iibow nii'iiti'med pl.iee, .1, . . where he will keep rotintaittly "'', on hand the best ipiality of if-rW, riiitK, s.ii sa:s, i.f, r. Ry Htriet attention to business be hopes to secure a liberal share of public pal- ronaoe. Ottawa, October 23, 1 -J 10. 2.1-tf. H very Stahh'. rillll sub .1 ribcrs wonM respect- E fully iril'orn the ci'ieas i.f t- 'jv, tawauud the publij generally, l!i;it lliey ar- prepared uiili, and uill Z:i!L fy fnrni.h to t'.ioM! v. i may ilesiie f'J them, ?-zr- "J Horses and Carriages, Sleiobs, itc, and lirsl r:ile Saddle Ilories. 1'ersoin traveling may rely on a wprcdy and cnvenieiit i onve aiice to almost iinv t'!.i throiU'h the country. N. '. All persons hirin.; Ilorcs, ( Jarri.eres, Ac., are required to retinu tliem in a ioodand sniiiid eoiiilitiou as they w ere in v. hen they came into their use. Jan. l.-tf P. II. i'c J. II. SMITH. !io.)ts & SJtorN. riHIE sub.11 ribcr would respect I fully inform the citizens of Oltana an I its vicinity that he has commenced the business of .' .UUUI ti SHUt lYlflMriU V bi this place, one door north of the V"-J Post Otli e, where he Bulieits 11 hharc of jiubhc patroua ;e and assures the ladies and "entleiiieu that ibey can have I' very variety of line Rumps, Hoots it Shoes, niade to unit their fancy as well as their feet. A. A. FlSHKR. Ottawa, November (, IS 10. 25 tf. EH'KKS ,M'iIii ilK's, Ac. IP. & W. A. SANOEK A Co. would re it spectftilly inform the public thet they hae connected witlt their Dry I moils store on Canal street, iu Ottawa, A l It II i H V It 1:, and coiistanllv keep on hand a lai!;r uud we'i selected supply of Diti tis, M" 1 1 him; j, I'aints, Oil:, Dye Stulls, itc, Ac, lvinbraeinir iihno.t every article in that line, which they ill sell at reus.m able prices. J in. I, 181 1. 3:j tf. lo t. W. A. Sanger OFFERS liix profesi ional srnicea to l!ie ciii .ens of Ottawa uud iciuity. Ollice in L. P. & W, A.SimiKii JV (Vs. Store, on the South sido of the Public Sipi ire, Driek Uiiild inif. tlis dwelling is iu the Yellow Cutta -e, Canal street, near the Fee ler, Ottawa, Dec. 11. Hill. 30 tf. Ii. K.TK W Vi aHoi-, info. ins his customers and the !;entleiuen of Ot tawa and vicinity (renerally, that he has return ed to this place, uhero he will he found on La Sallo street, a few rods north of the court house, reaily to attend to all orders iu his line of hiiaini ss. ll shall bo his object to please his customers, which, by experience and promptness in business, he fccltcoiilidf nt he will be able to do, Cuttiiijr always done at call, and all garments warranted to lit, if correctly made up. Journeymen who are ellieient workmen will be encouraged by the lu(h"sl prices, Ottawa, Jan. I. .'1311' WVavittVi. nTOIl GLEN rcspcctfuliv informs the inha bitants of Ottawa and aiijohiiiii towns, lleit he has conmieneed Weavinir, near the town of Ottawa, 11 little west of the side cut, where he will work almost any kind of cloth that will be want ed, such as Carpets, lied'Oovcrs, Diapcr.Tahle Cloths, Jeans, RlanliCts, and Flannels. Work will be done as quick as possible, and al most any kind of produce received for pav. Jan. 1. ' 33-tf Ohlrilt;4! s Italia of oluuiMa. TIIIUS article was fust introduced into the New .1. York market about 20 years since, and from its superior virtues in re-produciii"; it v 1 it when it had fallen out, keeping the head free from iland rulf, (a most loathsome articlr 011 11 gentleman's coat collar,) uud Kivimr a soilness and beautitul lustre unknow n before to the hair, has induced some persons to (; t up and advcrtisi- nianv othei articles for the same purpose, none of which stand the lest of trial, prolcfsin, as most of them do, to be Oils of van his kinds, all ol which lire positive ly injurious to the human hair. Let none be de ceived, 110 oilier article will make the leiir 'row rapidly and of a u,ood quality ; but the Halm ol Columbia, oud 110 article purporting to be the Halm of Columbia is genuine without the name Coinsiock ct t o. on the outside wrapper. Some have been deceived uud obtained a counlerfeit ar ticle lor (lie true mui genuine llalm ol l.olumhia. Remember to look for the name of OoniHtock A; Co., on the wrapper, before you purchase, uud net none but the genuine. Don't be deceived with the assurance that any without the name of Com- stock V Co., is made in the same way and is just us irooii, ai such pretensions are Jnlse uud known to be so bv the eimntrrfatrrn. Sold wholesale and retail, only ut No. 2, Fletch er street, i. V. ny COMNTOCKiV CO., and by nearly every storekeeper throughout America, For sain ut the store of L. P. A. W, A. S t iukii & Co., Ottawa, III. Ottawa, Oct 23. 2U tf. A large lot of Saum.es, IIkidi ks, Mar- tixoamjs and Collars just received and for sale by the subscribers. IIUKL1JUT& RUSSELL. Ottawa, Ment. 4, 1840. 1 6 if. PI SOAP AMI CAMI1.L MA.NUr ACTOll Y. fJIlE suVsciibers, in com.ee'.ioa with tluir X .M A VK ET, intend hi re.ilt.r to manufacture and keep on hau l a r-uply of So::p and 'an!l'i, whicli they will sell to Merchants and Crocers, and others, who may wish to purchase by the ijnantity, at the Si. Louis prices. All orders f.-o:ii l!i" ii"i;hborimr towns or country will be thankfully received and promptly attended to. HILL k WOOD. !!. Cu. h will be aid tor grease and ashes. 1'or ai.es we will t;ie P." cents per bushel. II. it w. Ottawa, September 25, IS 10. 10 tf. li. I!!.VN ili'hrntrtl heiniinl ria.Kr. AN I M i'ORTANT DISCOVFR.V HI Wr-tiiitvthiH, I'mrmrtK, W'.'iHrmntlUiiy, I ' '.iiiiiiiiiliuii in llit t , li truf , Su-tiLiI 'ia.t.i.t .it S riit 1'itir, (!!, C)( TO THE PrUl.lC. Tit irl.iini it may rwcrn. Thi may certify, that I, E.i i lis l):;v. the r"pr'utor uf E. Dean's Chemical I lasler, have for more than two j ears been i.i a delicate ht:C:; id'heallh, so that I have I.e. ii i::iab!-.' to prcpaie ami circulate said I d .1 -1 1 c to lloit e.vtcnt which the interest of the mllerin.; eoni'iiiitiity demands ; and fivlinir, that so valuable an article oui;ht to be nnidv' known to the utili' tcd, 1 h ive made urrau'.'ements with 11. ll.irri.i tit Co., of .!.!i.;:biili, Ohio, to inainil'ai.tiirc iiiel vi nd it in my name as my sole successors. This, therefore, may be relied o;i as the genuine article heretofore prepared bv me. As witness ii.v b ind. iiKASTI S DEAN. 'Wctfukl, Chaatauqueco., N. Y., J.m. 1, ls:j'J 'I'he Chfiriicti! l'l.i. ier is an important rcnied) to nil tho.e who an? al'lii l"d w ilh iullamuiatorv conipbiints by i: casing pai:., counleraetin in llaiuatiou, and Hiving sp-edy relief, by its uctive, i!n ii'j'.hciiiic1; and sudorific propeitiei.. An el li r-t u.i I remedy l'.,i iu!l:ii!ii!iat'ry rheumatism, a (iie iu the bre.t.-.t, cramp, burns, bruises, scrofula, Id sore.-;, ulcers of alaiost every descrijili.in, csukered and swelled throat arisiu;; from scarlet fever, Ii l oiis, white swi llin.'.s, chilblains, itc. Persons stiU'eriiif' from liver complaints, pulmonary diseas es, inlbimmatioii of the biu r. s, with aits iu the side ami luca.-t, pain an I we.itiiiess i.i the back. will find relief. I?i all isc ' i ' ,iy be used with safely. (f The Pbist-r is now put im in boc.i ut CO cent i and 1 dollar each. Mad; and sold, wholesale ami retail, ,y H. II uiins &. Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, sole proprie tors. .None genuine uulc.-.s signed by H. Harris on the wrapper. Ti:sT!.MONlAI.S. P;:i I.im:, Pa.. April 7. Mi'ssrs. Harri.4 fi. Co. Sirs-: Since 1 was ut vour store in July last, I have used E, Dean's Chemical Plaster, which I have received from vou nt diili'rcrit times, un l feci mv self in duly bound to you a:i proprietors, and to the public jcncrallv, to recommend the same ns a sale nnd etliciiejous remedy for those complaints for which it is recommended. I have used il in several cases of inll. lined eves, in some of which its elici ts as a curative have been decided, arid in no case has it failed of H'vintr relief where it l.as been applied a-'cordinn to directions, and nil who have used it are perfectly satisfied with it i;o far as I know. ! have also applied it iu some severe cases of ague iu the breast with the happiest r?leeK I would also relate the cast? of Mr. Tlioimis Loiiau, who has been ulHiclcd with the iheliina lism in one hip for thirteen yearn, ho that he had been compelled to abandon labor, in a ircat mea sure. I let him have a bo-; of the Plaster, he applied it, and fir three day i f un.l, us he sup posed, no benefit, but after that he perceived that the pain was not so severe, and in less than two weeks he could labor hard all day and rest free from pain at uiht. lie nays he would not part with the box he has for three hundred dollars, providing he could not obtain another. He also says to ine, keep it on ham! and recommend it w herever vou no. I have used the Plaster in eases of pains in the side, back, shoulders, Ac. with like 50ml effect. Yours, Ac. DANIEL KNEE LAND, M.D. MmaoK, June 18, 1830. Messrs. Harris A Co. Sirs: I have used E. Dean's Chemical Plaster for four years past and do cheerfully recommend it to physicians and the public generally usan invaluable remedy III chron ic and acute rheumatism, sprains of the wrist, ankle, shoulder, Ac. In felons, whitlow ami rofiilous sw ellimrs of all descriptions, il is een- erally an ellectual remedy. Iu short, whercever there i pain, it is almost mire to irive relief in 11 tew hours. I have used it 111 a great number of rheumatic affections. One of my patietils a:;ed in, lull lialut, hail a rheumatic swclhinr on one leir. He had been unable to get out of the house for three months; his le:r was swelled toau enor mous sie, twice its usual bhrness ; every thiiii; hud been done without success, until we com menced us'nin Dean's Chemical Plaster. We enveloped the kiic" and a portion of the limb in the Plaster, and iu three days the swclliii'fcntircly disappeared, and in ten days he went about his ordinary business. Such has been our success with the article, nnd we now willingly recom mend it to the public for a trial. Yours, Ac. .1. 11. KEY NOLDS, M. 1). Oj-For sale by L. P. A W. A. SANOEH A CO., Ottawa, Illinois. Also, at the principal Druiiirjsts at Chicago and Juliet; J, II. Elmore, Peru, and .lames Darlcy, Ilcnuipcu, III. All or ders sent to II. Harris A Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, for the above medicine, will be promptly attended to. He particular to enquire for Dean's Chemi cal Plaster. Oltuwa, Auu'iist I I, 1810. 13--.lv. Hay's l.lnimoiif. Tip! I II only true and (niiiin receipt, and so de JL dared by the oath of Mr. Solomon Hays, has never been made known to any person or persons except to Messrs. Comstoek A Co., and they only have the rif-ht to prepare the nuiil ,ciiuino Lini ment, which has established a reputation for eU'ee tudly curing the film in tmteasc, nnd in all the various stages of the complaint ; also, Uhumalism, Soar Throat, Spmins, llruises, Sours uud ( leers of loii standing. All who have ever used it are highly pleased with its beneficial t Meets, nnd all who nre in need of cures for any of the complaints inenliomd, are respectfully requested to ask any one who ever used it. And we refer with confidence to nil who know of the article, mid especially to Matthew J, Myers, Eso., Athens. N. V., and lien. DuU'l.'iccn, late of Washington City, nil of whom speak in the strongest terms anil w ith the t idlest eonlnlence lroin personal ap plication and knowledge of its positive nnd never failing cures. Look out! Some swindlers have counterfeited this article, lUid put it lip with various devices. Do not be imposed upon. One thing only will protect you it is tho name of Comstoek A Co., that miine must always be on the wrapper, or vou nre chea ted. Do not forget it. Take this direction with you, and test by that, or never buy ; for it is im possible for any other to be due or ucuuiuc. SOLOMON HAYS. Sold wholesale by Comstoek A Co. IS'o, 2, Fletcher street, N. ., and by nearly every stoor- keeper in America. I or sale at the store of In P. A , A. Sa ji.k.11 A Co., Ottawa, III. Ottawa, Oct. 23. , tS tf. ritotr, coi c;ii, astii.tia, UPITTINti fllUd, lluping, CVr.trA, and uli I'.tlitonury Diuuistx, cured bv JA NE'S E.V PECTOKANT, and tianiinir Cumiiluints, Chid- eia Mtflnit, I)'t:rrhini, Jhstnhry, and ull the various allections nt the SuimucU una ISoU'tU rc miirrdhy his CARMINATIVE HA I.SAM. Flea-1 read the foil :v. in-' letter J. 1)m I "ugldii, Ucuvcr County, Pa. February, 1SU0, j H.vrS'r I feci it due to you as the inventor of the medicine and to the public, i.ho may be greatly Is'iielilted by it, to state a cure that was performed in my family, by the use ol your "Car minative Hal-am." Mv little son, when about two mouths old, wis scued with a itnvil Oimpluint, caused, as 1 sujs pose, by a change of diet, it continued for tw o weeks without intermission, una notwithstanding the remedies prescribed by u respectable physician, we gave up the child a victim, as we supposed, to a fatal disease, but I providentially heard of 'Jay lie's Carminative," us an ellectual cure for bowil complaint, and immediately despatched a messenger to a town seventeen miles oil' lor a bot tle. l!y the use ol this medicine, in less than thirty six hours the disease was checked ; and by its continued use for a few days the child was re.torcl to perfect health. Shortly after this, there occurred a similar case in ono of the fami lies of my congregation; I 1 rcscribed 'Javnc Carminative," nnd the result was a speedy Vine. From u know ledge of the ellicacy of vour medi cine 111 t'owti complaints-, a disease to which children are comtantly liable, I have obtained and keep constantly iu the house, a quantity of tho Carminative." The same child, owing t.) exposure, when rec ently coming up the Ohio, was attacked by the horrible malady. CKOl.'P. We lauded in the ni 'lit at Heaver Point, and when our fears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral cough was the for runner of death, w e gave him a teaspoon full of the "L'.j-j,tt turitut,'' (a bottle of which you pre sented me with when iu Philadelphia) and applied some lineament to the throat and breast, uud be fore many minutes the hoarseness .was gone, the child breathed freely and slept sweetly. Owing to these circumstances it cannot be wondered ut why I have so high an opinion of Dr.Javne's uicilii Lie, and why 1 advise every family to keep it on baud ready ILr any emergency, l'especlfully yours, AETllVlv 15. lillADI'OlU), Pastor of the l'rcbyu riau Church, Darling ton, Pa. Dr. D. J-t.k. L::i,i!,tr!;:!u; N. J., April 27th, 1830. Dr. Jatni. D.vr Sir. Hv the blessing of Cod your INDIAN E.v PEOTO'UANT has cth cled a cure in me of a most distressing complaint. In December last, I was seized with great severity by a Paroxysm of Asthma; 11 disease wiih which I had been afflicted lor maiiv vears past. It was attended with a hoiuscncss and soreness of the lungs and throat, together with a laborious cougl and complete prostration of strength, und when almost worn out with mllocation, a bottle of your r.x ectoraut was sent to my house. At lirst 1 thought it w.h nothing but quackery, but seeing it so highly recommended by Dr. iioing, with w hom I was well acquainted, 1 was induced to try it, and iu a few days it completely cured me, nor have 1 ever had any return ol the disease since, I have now formed ; high an opinion of your mcilicnie, that it I had but a lew bottles ol it, e.nd could obtain no more, I would not part with them lor c;i dollum null. Yours, most rcspcctfuliv, JOIlN'sEGEK. Pastor of the Baptist Church at Lambertsville. Pun. wiKi.rnn, June 0th, 183S?. T11 1111 pirn.ii'dfiii nil.-. I would say, that I am well acquainted with David Juyne, V D., and know him to be a respectable Physician and Druggist ol this citv a gentleman in whom en tire confidence may be placed. I have tested in my own case the beni tictal ellccts ol his (. Alt' M (NATIVE HAI.SAM. und have greater confi dence iu it than all the other medicines of the kind His EXPECTORANT is equally celebrated und elhciicious. IRA M. ALLEN, Agent of the Baptist (leneral Tract Society The above valuable medicines arc prepared only by Dr. D. J.iyne, No. 20, South Third street, Philadelphia, where all orders w'll be promptly attended to. For sale by appointment by L. P. A W. A. SANGER A CO. Ottuwa, May 23, 1810. 1 tf. 1K. KOAKIJ.-TAIVS ANTI-FEVER 1'ILLS. (I'lTiiind vj-prcsily fur the W'tJ and Smth.) rMIIF.SE pills arc oll'ercd to the public as if pre- .1. ventative, and remedy lor the levers ol these countries. Hy the proper use of these pills, FHVEK A. .VOCE, With ull its varieties, of Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Ac. together with Periodical Khuiuatic Pains, Pe riodical Headaches, Night-Sweats und nil those harassing sy inptoms of debility all of which have their origin in the same cause, may be either pre vented or removed. Hll.IOrs FEVER or HILIOfS REM IT TENT FEVER, (which are the most prevalent in the latter part of summer and fall,) TYPHI'S FEVER, (which generally continences ns a re mittent, but soon assumes a typhus character.) nnd YELLOW FEVER (thin scourge of the South) will in these pill, find a most formidable foe. Each Uox is accompanied with full directions for use. For sale at the Drug Store of (J. L. Thompson A Co. Otta-.?a, Ills. Aug. 2;t, 1810. 15 ly. Woslri ii Anti-liiliotis Pills. MIIESE Pills nre offered to the public us a I. CATHARTIC, adapted more particularly to Hdious Countries, and intended to supply "the place of Calomel which is so extensively iiiid inju riouslv used; especially when administered bv unskilful hands, ns it too frequently is, in new nnd thinly settled countries. As this physic is quito ns ellieient iu throwing oil' u bilious uttiick, being ut the same time per fectly safe, nnd altogether more proper, ns a pre paratory medicine, iu the treatment of H1L IOCS FEVER, FEVER AND ACCE, and ull the variety of intcrmittents, incident to a hjl ions or ague country, it will certuiuly be found preferable to nil mercurial preparations; tit the sume time their operation is so mild thut they may bo used with perfect safety nnd great advan tage, ns a FAMILY PHYSIC. 'J'hev will also be found useful in all HILIOI.'S COMPLAINTS, Jmmdiee, L'irr Complaint, Sii'k-llnidarlie, A'X'tr Cnkr, I'ulic, Coirr.v., s of appetite, and in all cases of Torpor of the lluwrl. Full directions accompany each Hex. Price 25 cents. Prepared hv DR. IIOAKD.MAN, While Pigeon, Mich, N. II. These Pills arc entirely vegetable. For sale at the Drug Store of O. I.. Thompson A. Co., Otlawu, Illinois, Aug. 28, 1810. 15 ly. JLANK SUIU'WX.'IS, kept -eon-J0 Htuntly on hand and for cnle at this office. ' 1)11. SPOiLVS Siek lloatlatiie Itemed y J'EVER fails to give relief in 15 or 20 minutes i. after taking the I'.rst dose, und perseverance according to the directions soon effectually re moves ull pain from the head and sickness from the stoiuache, and the person litis purfectly cured. When the first symptom of an attack of sick headache are U It. the remedy should be re sorted to immediately and one or two dose is then sufficient to remove every vestige of the complaint. It gives universal satisfaction to ull who try it; Sick and Nervous Headaches nre onlv complications of the same disease, and both are effectually cured by thin article without change of diet or occupation. Suld wholesale and retail by Comstoek A Co., Wholesale Druggists, 2 Fletcher str-i t, N. Y., and by the principal D.-ug2'"ts ':1 (he I'nioii. J :!!;; ii(erson. Read the following from Judge Patterson, for thirty years the first Judje of the County in which lie lives. MinuLt rowx, N. J., March 12, 1810, Messrs. Comstoek ifc Co. (J tut It men You ore ut liberty to make such use of the following certificate as you deem will best sub.-crve the purposes for which ills intended : (Certificate of Judge Patterson.) I iif.iikiiy ci:htii v, that my daughter has been afflicted with the sick headache for the space of about 20 years the attacks occurring once in about two" weeks, frequently l isting 1 hours, during which time the paroxysms have been so s-vciv, as apparently soi.n to deprive her of life. And after having tried almost all other remedies iu vain, I have been induced us a last resort to try Spohu's Headache Remedy, as sold by you; and to the groat disappointment und joy of her self and ull her friends, found very material relief from the lir.-t dose of the medicine. She has fol lowed up the directions with the urticle, und in every case when an attack was threatened, has found immediate relict, until she is near perma nently cured. The attacks are now very seldom, and disappear almost immediately lifter taking the quantity directed. A hope that others may he benefitted by the use of this truly invaluable medicine, has induced me to send you the above, and remain your obedient servant, JEMI' PATTERSON, Judge of the Court of C. P. For sale at the drug store of the subscriber iu Ottawa, Illinois. L. P. A W. A. Sam. mi A Co. Ottawa, October 1(5, 1810. 22 tf. llvw c's Aerve 4V Hone JLiuiKicu!. rjHIS article is offered to the public as a licver failing cure for the Rheumatism, and it has lor u number of years sustained its reputation, and accomplished cures which had defied the power'of every other article. In acute and recent cases, the relief is invariable, after one or two applications of the Liniment, und iu Chronic Rheumatism, the cases of cure nre numerous. It is truly u remedy that reaches the xkiivi: und 110 k, with the most happy elliit. Sold wholesale and retail by Comstoek A Co., wholesale druggists, 2 Fletcher street. N. Y., nnd by the principal druireists in the I'nioii, as also in Ottawa, by - L. A H". .1. SM.gcr A Cu. Ottawa, October 10, 1810. 22 tf. Dr. SpohnS I lea It Si i:ii.ir. "fOT one cac of.Fevcr in a thousand exists, which may not be elfectually broken up uud removed by the use of this Elixir. It removes all acidity indigestion, billious matter and consti pation from the stomach and bowels. It operates gently and ellectually on the bowels, and power fully on the kidneys and the skin. It removes all unpleasant feelings utter a hearty meal, and pro motes 11 good appetite. It needs only 11 trial to give perfect satisfaction. It has become a general practice w ith many to use this urticle in all cases ol colds, pains 111 the bone-, or heavy disagreeable feelings, tendering to headache orchilliness. For hoarseiicsK, it taken throueh the day, it completely restores the voice without producing sickness. hooping cough, and all coughs ol children are cured by it. The stomach is keptiu perfect order bwit, and it is quite impossible that any disease should commence while a person is using this Syrup. ijjr'lf taken daily it produces u ruddy. healthy, and young nppeurance, by driving nil all the humors ot the system. Sold genuine at 2 Fletcher street, one door be low pearl street, N. Y., by Comstoek A, Co., uud iti Ottaw a bv L. P. A. IV. .4. Suicr A Co. Ottawa, ( let. 10, 1810. " 22 tf. r. .lay tie's Family Medicines, 1 hese medicines are recommended and ex tensively used by the most intelligent persons in thel'nited States, by numerous Professors nnd Presidents of Colleges, Physicians of the Army and Navy, and of Hospitals and Almshouses, and by more than tlrree hundred Clergymen of various denominations. They ore expressly prepared for family use, and have acquired an unprecedented popularity throughout the United States: and as they are so admirably calculated to preserve HEALTH and cure DISEASE, no family should ever be w ithout them. The proprietor of these valuable preparations received his education at one of the best Medical Colleges in the United States, and lias had fifteen years experience in an extensive and diversified practice by which he has had um tile opportunities of acquiring a practical knowl edge of diseases, and of the remedies best calcu lated to remove them. These preparations consist of J A YN E'S EX PECTOKANT, u valuable remedy for Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma, Spit ting of Hloorl, (.'roup, Whooping Cough, Bron chitis, Pleurisy, and Inflammation of the Lungs or I liroat, Dillteulty ot lirealhing, and ull Diseases of the Pulmonary Organs. Price $1. Also, J A YN E'S II AIR TON 10, for the preser vation, growth, und beauty of the hair, and which wil! positively bring new Von BALD HEADS uud prevent its falling oil' or turning grey. Price L JAYNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE, a pleas nut, safe, und certain preparation for the removal of Worms, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Fever uud Ague, Want of Appetite, und nil diseases of de. bihty, especially of the Stomach and Bowels, and Organs of Digestion. Price 50 cents. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM, a certain cure for Bowel and Summer Complaint, t' I Tl -t . ..... . lnarrmra, m-seincry, . nolle, Crumps, Mck Iieadaelie, Sour Stomach, Cholera Morbus, and ull derangements of the STOMACH and BOW ELS, Nervous Allections, Ac. Price 50 cents. JAYNE'S SANATIVE PILLS, for Female Diseases, Liver Complaints, Cosliveness, Fevers, I'lllamnuitions, Obstructions, Diseases of the Skin, Ac, iiinl in all cases where uu appointed Alterna tive or Purgative Medicine is required. Price 50 cents. These medicines innv be had of Jane and Pan- const, St. Louis, general agents for the Mississip pi Valley, nnd of G, L. Thompson, agent for Ottawa. 7UAKKF,1,S OF ALCOHOL, just received, and for sale by j. Y. SANUF.li & CO. June VI. 1 tf. m lint. Si. tf K.itilV rinrlmuiti Ol3 liKCTlFlF.l) WHISKEY, re ceived and for Hide by J. Y. SANUEllifcCO. Sept. 18, 1810. 1 8 tf. JUDGMENT UO.NOS, just printed and for sale at the office of tho FREE TRADER." Merchant's improved compound II u id extract of S A It S A P A RILL A For removing diseases arising front 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 allections, white swellings, pains in the bones and joints, fever gores, obstinate old sores, scald head, salt ' rheum, ringworm and other diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. Alr-o, habitual eostivencs?, piles, chronic allections of the liver, lungs and chest, pains in the stomach and sides, night sweats, A'c. It is also much recommended as cleansing Spring medicine. riIIIS compound (luid extract is Alterative, JL Hiiirtlie, Die tdtoietic, iMXnlitr, Aromatic, .11.1 , i 'til ' I11 i-lii.r.uiint ; mid may be most success fully used in scrofulous und syphiloid discuses, and that shuttered state of the constitution which so often follows the imprudent use of Mercury ; exostoses or in..bid enlargement of the bones, . surpigiiuH'.s pustules or lingwoiins; ulcerations generally caries f the bom s, eartileges of the nose, mouth, etc, etc., with the oilier diseases above mentioned, uud all diseases uitsing bum a morbid state of the blood. There is hardly a physician who lias not had occasion to observe with pain, the phagedenic variety of herpes; and ill spite of all the remedies he could bring iiguiust this cruel disease, was compelled to acknowledge their inillicucy, and allow the monster to corrode and destroy the nose, cheeks, lips, eyelids, ears and temples parts for w hich this malady generally affects a preferenci. But in this extract will be found 11 perlcct remedy in ull such euses, end where the disease has not produced a very great derangement ol structure, it will even yield to this remedy in a very ihort time. G. W. Merchant taking advantage of thcra facts, has adopted tin improved process for extrac ting the medical virtues from the ucluttl ingredi ents of this compound fluid extract, which nio nine iu number, without heat; that is to say, neither di coction, infusion or maceration ure Hindu use of; nor is the temperature of the iiienstrum used, allowed to exceed KO deg. Fall, until every particle of active principle is extracted, leaving a tasteless inert mass behind ; thereby nllniniiig the whole of the soluble active principle in a highly concentrated state, leaving out the feculu, woody fibre, etc., which encumbers the extract obtained by decoction. The propiietor, therefore, lias not only tlicTat isfactiou of assuring the medical faculty and the public, that this remedy in prepared according to strict chemical uud pharmaceutical rules, hut thut he has also united some of the olliciiiule vulua ble and active xegtables, nil t f the choicest selec tion, which materially enhance its value in the treatment of the diseases above mentioned. Ho is therefore induced to oiler this fluid extract to physicians and others tinder the fullest assurance of its superiority over that in common use. Physicians will find great advantage in tho uso of this extract, and a great relief from the per plcxilics attendant upon the treatment of thoso obstinate eases which bid defiance to every rem edy their confidence prompts them to prescribe ; more especially as having the patient under their immediate rare, they will prescribe such a diet and regimen us in their judgment the case would seem to indicate thereby giving the extract its full inlltirncc. Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of G. W. .Merchant, Chemist, Lockport, N. Y. N, B. A liberal discount made to Dealers and Physicians. fjj-- For nib; by l. r. ic w. a. samieh A co. Ottuwa.lilinois. Also, at the stores of the principal Druggists nt Chicago und Juliet ; J. II. Elmore, Peru, and James Barley, Heiinipen, 111. All orders sent to H. Harris A Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, for the above medicine, will lie promptly attended (o. Ottawa, August 11, 1310, 13 ly. Ottawa Uakery. rilllE subscriber would respectfully inform tho J citizens of Ottawa und vicinity, that ho still carries on the above business in Columbus street, opposite the Waggon makers Shop, where h always keeps on hand a good supply of Fresh HiTiid, Irukersf Cakes, Tics, f. 'He would likewise inform the public that he lm A (iroecry Connected with the above establishment, and constantly keeps on hand n good supply of Liriuors, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, &.C., SLc. He respectfully solicit a continuance of thut patronage with w hich the public has heretofore favored him. JAMES ARMOUR. Ottawa, August 11, 1810. 13 tf. B LANK SUMMOySES, kept con stantly on hand and far sale at this1 olFic;. A Lot of painted wooden ware, such' 1 as Pails, Tubs, fce. received and for sale by J. Y. SANGER &. CO. Aug. 21. Eeight Day UJUSS CLOCKS, 'just received and warranted, and for sale for cash or country produce, on rea sonable terms, by Aug. 28. J. V. SAXUER t CO. 4 ft MILS. OF MOLASSES, now 1 U receiving and for sale low by the subscribers. J. Y. SANGER & CO.- , September 18, 1810. 18 tf. . 1 lllins. OF SUGAR, a prime ar Q tide, just received and for sale by j. Y. SANGER & CO. September 18, 1810. 18 tf. c-y r HAGS OF RIO Si HAVANA OO COFFEE on hand ami for sale by J. Y. SANGER & CO. Seplcmbr 18, 1810. 18 tf.