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' President Tyler' Address, TO THE PEOPLE OF THE U. STATES. Fellow-Citizens : Before my arrival at the seat of government, the painful communication was made to you by the officers presiding over the several depart ments, of the deeply regretted death of William Henry Harrison, ate president of the United States. - Upon him you had conferred your suffrages for the firsi office in your gift, and had selected him 'as your chosen instrument to correct and reform all such eirors and abuses as had manifested themselves from time to time in the practical operation of the govern ment. While standing at the threshold of this great work, he has, by the dispen sation of an all-wise Providence, been removed from amongst tis, and by tin- provisions of the constitution, the efforts to be directed to the accomplishing of this vitally important task, have devolved upoi myself." This same occurrence has sub jected the wisdom and sufficiency of our institutions to a new test. For the first lime in our history, the person elected to the vice presidency of the U. S., by the happening of a eontin .gency provided for in the constitution, lias had devolved upon him the president office. The spirit of faction, which i? directly opposed to the spirit of a lofty patriotism, may find in this occasion foigcney which may arise. All sinecures; assaults upon my administration. And in succeeding, under circumstances lot sudden and unexpected, and to responsi bilities so greatly augmented, lo the ad ministration of public affairs, I shall plact in the intelligence and patriotism of .people, mv only sure reliance. Mv earn-iof est prayer shall be constantly addresse!aa"(1 peculation or defalcation visited will to the all-wise and all-powerful Ueing wholi'Tunediale expulsion from office, and the made me, and by whose dispensation llmost condign punishment ani called to the high oflicc of president of j this confederacy, uudcrstatidingly to carry out the principles of that constitution! which I have sworn "to protect, preserve,; ami dflend." The usual opportunity which is a Hord ed to a chief magistrate upon his induction! into oflicc, of presenting to his country men an exposition of the policy which! would guide his administration, m (In form of an inaugural address, not having,! under the peculiar circumstances whichj have brought me to the discharge of tin. high duties of president of the U. S., been a Horded to me, a brief exposition of the principles which will govern , me in tht general course of my administration ofgdustiy its just and adequate rewards, and public, aflairs, would seem to bo duo as well to myself as to you. In regard to foreign nations, the ground-work of my policy will be justice on our part lo a!l,t submUtiivr to ininstieo from none. While I shall seduouslv cultivate thel relations of peace aiul amity with one aml-u' from their sage views of oar sys n'll, it will bo my most imperative duly toitcm of government, and the light of their that Iho ..nor ol the coimtiy shallgcvcr glorious example. sustain no blemish. With a view to this J the condition of our military defences will become a matter of anxious solicitude. The army, which has in oilier days cov- - - ITl ered itself with renown, and the navy mitZTT'.:.Zl inappropriately termed tin; right arm o!'gw!.. aru chafed with iu adir.iiiisti-ati.Hi .luulda the pii!)hc dclenee, which has spread light of glory over the American 'tundimlS; in all the waters ol the earth, should bis,. ICIIWUIUU UJMCIU Ikll I Ull Itlll r.. . ,,C .!... r,n, .....M . ...,..l,...l I.. .. .I-.,,I .nn1.,i,i i.lV;,,.,., - III new Ul lllii lai.i, rvn lUULiivu ii) . . . r it 1 nicwijf, mat u.u ki.uu.i; u. .... i"ii1i)ll anii the states compiwing tho I nion. U'ln institutions is to concentrate power in thciolMcrvunco of t'.ice rulen i.t ciiiuined upon uh b hands of a single man, and that their uhi-gmat feclinjiof revcrente niidaiTt-ftionuhidi find, mate downfall has proceeded from ( VlUoa otion a cause, I deem It of the most essential im-lue g00j 0f our children and our children's uhil portanee that a complete separation shouhlidrcn, through countless generations. An oppo ,0.,r. I,i,i,,,r,0n il.n c.,,.,1 n.,,1 1 1 ..Isito CJurfo could not, fail to generate factions, in- 4 T , , , fhent upon the irratihcation of tnt'ir Bcllisli einls; to purse. No matter where or how theg ive brlll t0 local unJ ,BCtionu joalousici, and to public moneys should be deposited, soluliiniatc either in breaking asunder tha boudi ol Imio- ! l in nrps'n put p:ui pvprt iIip nc. of appointing and removing, at his : r-- - i- Riirc, the agents selected for their custody, B the commander-in-chief of the army andlshall exert lnyself to cany ihe foresoitig princi- navy is in fact the treasurer. A permaJ,,L",,,wPra5llcc1uun-,,7.' "!'"- ." J . ,. . , , ii , , Htfovernment, and, coulldiug in tho protectiny nent ami radical cnange snouui inereroreicare of ai) ever-waiahful and overruling riovi- be decreed. The patronage incident toidence, it shall be my first aaJ highest duty to iho nrpsidpiuial nffwp. silrHriilv rrrp.it ' wlpreserve unimpaired tho free institutions under r , , constantly increasing, oucn increase is destined to keep pace with the growth of our population, until, without a ligtue of speech, an army of office-holders may be spread over the land. The unrestrained power exerted by a selfishly ambitiousi t'"1 1:J:!l . h'lt t'10 residence of the late IVe , ... , Ssidoiit Harrison, at Ao.-th lleiul, was totally de man, m order either to perpetuate his au-! lrocJ bj fll.e ' 1C ni(J,lt onhc' l0lh itlJ thority or to hand it over to some favoriteJ "., as his successor, may lead to tho employ-9 ppiJrr vs. lawyer. liient of all the means within his controll to accomplish his object. The right tollast novel, ";ij!it and Moiniiv;." remove from office, while subjected to noi "There is one class of spiders, indus just restraint, is inevitably, destined togtrious, hard working octopetles, who, out produce a, 'Spirit of crouching servility wilh the official corps, which, in onler to tiphold the hand which feeds them, would leed to xlirect and active interference in the elections, both state and federal, there by subjecting the course of slate legisla- iion to the dictation of th chief executive officer, and making the will of that officer absolute and suprern I will, at a proper time, invoke the'ac Uon of congress upon this subject, and shall readily acquiesce in the adoption of all proper measures which ara calculated .- to arrest these evils, so lull of danger ' their tendency. , 1 will remove no inc. Koni from office who has faithfullvandlwinrs thev find danclinir in . kis meshes . . T . hnnnBi v acnuitted Inmsclt ol the ut .r i.:. iT... mxwh .nflPjml.r.oilraIl i.nm Uwvcrii" i . - - m such officer has been guiltv of active par lisanshin, or' by secret means the less manly and therefore' the' more objectiona hie has given his official influence to .fie purpose of party, thereby bunging the patronage of the government in conflict with the freedom of elections. Numerous removals may become ne cessary under this rule. 'I liese will be made by me through no acerbity of feel ing. I have had no cause to cherish or indulge unkind feelings towards any, but my conduct will be regulated by a pro found sense of what is due to the country and its institutions, nor shall I neglect to apply the aame unbendiug rule to those of mv own appointment. Freedom oil opinion will be tolerated,' the full enjoy mentor the right or suitrage will be main tained, as the birthright of every Ameri can citizen, but 1 say emphatically to the official corps, "thus far, and no farther." I have dwelt the longer upon this subject, because removals from office are likely of ten to arise, and I would have my coun trymen to understand the principle of the executive action. In all public expenditures the most ri gid economy should be resorted to, and, as one of its results, a public debt in time of peace be sedulously avoided. A wise ind patriotic constituency will never ob Ijectto the imposition of necessary burdens! for useful ends ; and true wisdom (lietatCFs,viej t,e Ottawa Dand." The invi the resort to such means, in onler to ply deficiencies in the revenue, rather thanHlnere oe a ccncral attendance. MANY to tbosc uoubtlul expetiients, wrncn ulti mating in a pu'.dic debt, serve to embar rass the' resources ol the country, and to lessen its ability to meet any great enter- Islioultl lie aiiolialietl. 1 lie appropriations l .1 i i i... .i: . I !:..:. .. ... I i iii nit . iMiouui ut; turn I aim f.iuuu, su its to ii-ut i a as limited a share of discretion with tht a tiisiHirsing agents as may oe lounti com patible with the public service. A strici ilu-lrcspousibilily on the part of all the agent the sovernmeut should be maintained, Phe public, interest demands that, il any war has existed between the govern ment and the currency, il shall cease. Measures of a fiuancial character, now having tho sanction of legal enactment, shall be f.iithfully enforced until repealed by the legislative authority.' I'ut I owe il to myself to declare, that 1 regard existing enactments as unwise and impolitic, riu! in a liiiih decree oppressive. I shall a j m i promptly give my sanction lo :u consti tulional measure which, originating in con gress, shall have for its object the restora tion of a sound circulating medium, so es sentially necessary to give confidence in all the transactions of life, to secure to in re establish the public prosperity. In de ciding upon the adaptation of any such inii.iiii'ii tr. thii .n.1 r.r, limciMil fi(2 t'f11 !)s its conformity to the constitution, I shallUoston Nails, Slmvels, Hoes, IW Fix-Bf. 2 resort to the fathers of the great republicans Hires, (such as Lulls, Screws, Latches,Hi.oriu. Tluy intend that evcy intention hliull ht- - iool for advice and instruction, to be nil , 1 t l li't in.';utuui3 i.ii-i.'r vni.:ii we i;vt, iiij uu:itrviiH'i). iit'cure ra.-li t crsou in the ijftfft.-clfii- i - v n ten t of all lii.i rl jUs. T!:a iuUflo iicxhi- ;'l..t I t'li. v.r1 ! . ', 'iru-i.rri.iu.iil i! .-r i -. : I " i ! . !1 .lowers from the conwnl of the govcruou, ant: .....v ... ..... ....... w. . . ... . u..-...n -. iiuu.ig MiKim u , W ti otiiy i o uiuru voni'r. in v gcielullv attain tfom aiUttetiipU to enlarge tUe.B.. ; Women's, and Children's Uoots .:,! ,., t'.,. ,...,.! ir n- i t .r.-ani. i.-l i".-.-s.i3 SiK-al to tiio pcoijlo lor a.iJitwniil jrianis, tccii nv son mi.:.....! i; .....i. ,1, .. i. .i .1.:..!. ),.. n - 'lrillo HI1-.) I'IIUI I, lil'lb IImI.11.1.1. ili.iA HH-J'.lll1'!.- Band Lu-.i-hiir-h who framed the coii.stiltiUuli tlc- , , i r , i Bsisiu'd to establish Lelwecn tin; federal t'ovein-Bt'rs, niiioriin; tuu i num. 1 m a .... a ivpi-Iuiiioii, or in liuiMin? Up a central system wnic.li plea-I0"" Z 1 y 1 , , . ...... ,.. -1 -. ... i conclusion, I hes you to be assure-.! that 1 ,.-, ,.,, , ,i,c,i, shall sufceed me, iu tlieir full fnrco and visror. JOHN TVF.ER HillUI sr& .,..;, ci,t , ti nail .iivill ...,r,w ....v Wushington, April 0, 18.11. E'iic nt .oilIi ICcntl. We liMm from tlio Columbus fO. Stittcsuian The following graphic picture is from Bulwer's Bof the sweat of their brains, (I take by the-by, that a spider must nave a nm oraniological developement) make their own webs ami catch their own flies.- There is another class of spiders,' who! have no stuff in them wherewith to make webs- : 1 they,'- therefore," ;wander abqnt, looking out for food provided by the toil of their neighbors '-Whenever they come to the web of a smaljp" spider, whose larder pcemstirsuppHed, they rush upon lii3ioinaili---pursc him to his hole im if they can reject htm if he ifflts.too tough for their maws and quietlyoperation, and having attached lo it "m'9 (7 Uarrels "of fin-lpossess themselves of all ? ijic legs nndSmills of the most nppiovcd kind, screws,wJVj . If'iixkey, . . J , eslthcsc soitlcrs 1 call enemies tne wonaiaoie to rivc iuh saiisiucuuu iu wmsu whuhiuw iur nan uy m - j . .TJiiE; I JjJ.;l. N .0 J.S1 . . TIIKlYI.6i SWA. ' W7;r" i, that MMri r' ' ' ' " 'TIio Swan, my love, , He is floating dowu from hU native grove, . ' No lov'd one now, no nestling iiiU; " He i floating ilown by himself to die: Death darkens hit eye, and unplumes bis wings, Yet the sweetest song in the lust he sisijs ! Live to, my love, that when death shall come Swan-like and sweet, it may waft thee home." i i r 7 1 fommmmmrmmmmmmmmmKm HV.tlEKtl,. MARRIED Near Ottawa, on the 20th inst. bv A. llalsv, Esti. Mr. Lkvi Ztu rr to Miss Mar Jamk AIiLLiKrx. On the 4th of Marcli last, at Dayton. Illinois - - i by VV. I.. Dunavan, Esq. Mr. William Lewis tJ Miss t.Uza Ann V. tiildman, all ot this county. QJ7e are authorized to announct GEORGE II. XOIililSas a candidate fur County Surveyor, at the election on the 24A of May next. I -,. . . - MUSIC ! MUSIC ! ! fllHE citizens of Ottawa and vicinity JL are respectfully requested to meet ai the City Hotel, on Saturuuy evening, tht 3-17 iis.. to make suitable arrangements for the formation of an association, to bt ! sup-Station is extended all. It is desirable thai .llustmic lic. N conformity with . the first arlit le off the present code of hy laws, the regular com munications of Otta wa Lot he of KKE Kj AND AUCEl'TED YORK MASON'S, will he held on tin VTomiats on or before the full of the Moon. The brethren will therefore ideasc take notice, that iho day for holding our next roirularcorntnunica lion will fall on the first Monday in May, a.l 58-1 1, being the 3d day of said tuonlli. I ranment brethren in good standins are re spectfully invited to attend. ' Dy order of the-Lndjrr. GEO. T. WEAVER, S.-c'y Ottawa, April , 1841. S P II ING GO 0 D S ! Williicia '!!' ue &, Son, WIN'f. receive! their Spring Supply ol floods, ore prepared lo oiler l their friends and the public, as Rood an as.-tovtir.cnt ond at HNgl'jpe, tc etc low prices ns Hny uuit-r siurt- in inu inaeu. i sioci COlVilSIS oi i) n r g o on s, Such as Cloths, Cassimcres, Saltinetts, Summer Cloths, Tailor's Trimmings. Domestic Goods, Calicoes, Flanncls.Tick- ings, Drills, Linens, Threads, Hounds. Hosiery, and Gloves, cvC, &c. C. Jl O C E I! I E S : Tea, Coffee, Molasses, Sugar, Tobacco, Dry Fish, Powder tt Shot, Flour, IJoston Pickles it Ketchup, Raisins, Caudles, vc. ujinn ivjinE: and Loeks, Cutlery, Trunk and ClieslH;;'vcntothe comfort ami uccoiinuotlaiionof uueHts Locks, Trace and Log Chains, l5rassB;'"" UiB pair.umn . mo iravcuui community u ' - . . K. Kettles, CoilVe Mills, &C., &C. H r r r ,r i - i O I. kj I, u l . u .- Coats, Pants, Vests, Shirts, Drawers,"" ., , ", , .' V - kj. ...1 u I r.,,,,1 ;.,-,., Kiisniw ,rs X:f .ji.ivUS, uamiut.iinitiis, ouspiuu u-, ivt . II A TS fy C.I P S: Uriish, Fur, and Palm Leaf lla'.s Fine Common Fur and Worsted Cans. BOOTS '& ti'llQE S: iSand Shoos, of various styles and mralitio,. r, r - 7. y tJ Jj Ij 'J ' r t li.'Bf'uiVs and Saucers. IMatcs, Howls. Pitch U rj. 11 f 0r I umblcrs, tVC, iVC .1 L S O: Saddles, Halters, Circingles, Window, Glass and Sash, Stationary, and a gi-eatSj variety ol omer articles. SLumber, Lathes, and Shingles, whicl All tho above articles the hub'.iibers will heaths' country will admit, on the most rensonabb . . , happy to show to any pcrcon who will favor thcnilterins and Hhortest notice ; and us the business of with a call. - WM. TRUE (Si SON. Ottawa April 2!, 1811.- -19-lf. Adiiiinistiatiix s Notice. , . i . I.li persons navmg claims agiiinsii tlic estate ol Janm L. luagecomoc ileceaseii.areiiereoynoiiiieuaiHirequeriietiap.,,,.!, urr Stones, debigned for boll i I I . I 1 . .I'M ttmttend before the Probate Justice of La Salle county, at his office, in Oltawa, on Tuesday the 1st day of June, a.d. 184 l,i for tho purpose of having the same adjust ed ; that being the time fixed upon by tht subscriber, in pursuance of the statute,' for the purpose of settling and ai)jiistingL.lls!()1IU,rs nv rcsl assured that the " toll all claims against sain tioeeiicnt. .... . ii i m JANE L. LIH.LCOMUL, Adininislratrix. April 22, 1841. 4'J-DWPi lilacksinilliiiiK. '. fH'IK subscriber having openci t. n Miirh'xmith Nioti (it v - ' H will attend to the above buunec on " nroiicue. nc is prepare manuiacture oteci opnngs ior coat - i.e, ci.-.t r. . r . I. and to do all the iron work necessary vu c ua VI tin. Y uwi:i I miiiii. HJUSl IVtlltlS HI UUllllliy MIII" c nmill f. ... C ll, .ii . f i t e'ri.Mf t tl'l' in n-ii-iiinn lur u-nrk. .A. M I'.WAKl. tijiruiai'v....-. ' ' '. ' -- ... rv the Aquetluet, in Ottawa .Ontrc.Hanu nicy wouiu a.iy to laruicrs in mis . . i . .uldieir lumber, for wheat and most otherloitawa and lb from 1'eru, The fa Apprentice wanted to thefc. .(em ... ,; , , .i0o .ere., 6t) of whicH. .ri .el.,- I. ' A. O. B , ... , no ,om i a nVtllLu, one hundred umler trood , April 23, IS 11. 49-tf. I Marseilles. Jan. ..8,1811. 3-tf. H dcr cultivation. Tlmi. N. 13. An above business Ottawa Centre A'OTICi:. rBIIE Custom part of the rioivringl JL Mills of the Marseilkit Manufact uring Company is now in successful! ;E.fvC, the Company ltd confident of beingliu.it received on consignment and for sale . ii -.-r ..: .(.... ...l.Ci r... X. U.. Bmav favor them with their natronaee. m . ..- W E E TJtrA D.EB.U KcKttlar Packet lor Illinois ltlvcr. The Xew and Splendid Fast Sailing Stcaniuos! LA SALLE, H. C. DICKINSOX, CamiMidtr, HAVING becu built expressly for the above trade, will run as a regular packet between Itica or Peru and St. Louis. Her stated time of departure will be from L'tiea or Peru on every Tuesday morning ut 9 o'clock, and from St. Louis every Saturday at the Mine hour, calling at all intermediate landing. Her accommodations for passengers arc of the first order, having private Jtate rooms, and eviry convenience requisite for oomiort. . ' Tor freight or parage npplv to the master on !oard, or to A KM OUR & LAMB, AtrU. Ottawa MO IT & WOODWOKTH, Peru. II. K. DAVIS, St. Louis. March 56, 1841. . 45 tf. KEGS Or BOSTON NAILS,' just received and for sale at the! More of WALKER & HICKLING. Ottawa, April 16, 1811 48--tf. 4 PIPES OF GOOD BRANDY, on hand and for sale very low by the subscribers. WALKER it 1IICKLING. Ottawa, April 16, 1841. 48 tl. 8UAKKELS Of Ul'i;KlOK UIN, on hand and for sale by the sub scribers. WALKER & IIICKL1NG. Ottawa, April 16, 1811. 48 tf. Cases MEN'S THICK BOOTS, a first rale article, just received and for sale at the new store of the sub scribers. WALKER & HICKLING. Ottawa, April 16, 1811. 48-tf. Copper, Tiu, and Sheet Iron M A x U F A C T O 11 Y BrHlirE subscriber huvbitr enlaced an exueri Jul enocd work u;au, begs lcnvo lo inform the ;ublic th tt he is currying on the above buNiues.-s in u II lU brunchrt, and will coiistaiilly keep on land A LuiriK ami tio )l) Aiso iit.mcnt ol Tin and Copper Ware, Stoves, Stove which will be sold low nlur C'ish J. HOFFMAN. N. I!. All kinds of copper and tin ware repaired in the best irnnner at short notice. Peru, April 14, 1911, 43-tf. MANSION IIOISK IXOCD'EIUL STAGE (JITILE. Ol!awa,III.s KHIiIE public lire rcKiiectfullv informed that thii litrc eHUlilishinent has undergone a thorough 1.1 . . .1 ,,. . "1 Al ! l,,v (,U ihankfui to lh nnMie for their ,.at.il.ou.cW",i, in "l.i,.,0.U. u!,d..in ?. 1'VaU,iful .ml M, ... "l . f i, ,1 .1 S Li", ':? ur W i- i ii ,i . r i i- i- i Wwlnch etiuliK -t ll,e n to fi:ni! ill mhiiw lor laiinlit's illlil hliv !( r.i.i.iitf l.ir ir,-n rn..',i riTi.l Lull, il 11 1 Jiiouse i i larue, comfort. iblr, nn l coiuiniiilioiit, uml :'j .... .... io.vi ii itirni-.iit'ii ; tiiev except none in un- w.'sti'rus f! -nullify. '1'lii-v havo nUo iir.-.l-iate ttnlilinj at KtldiMl to thi; c-lahli.-ihiiiPHi. W'iiLL-i i MUI.rORO. a.') tf. January 13, JS-il. a i u l in1. ri;in.iu. Tiic "Jltirsoiltos ;il:ititif';:rtui'iii;r 'onitniiy' S BAVIMi pure!wis.-,l the m.b.S and oilie.iIallwr Part (f MaX ,,eXl- 0 B. inacliiiiery lately erected by I,. Ki m it a .it the town of Marseilles, arc prepared to tloi a-.Sawinir for. :md furnish to thn Kin-i-miml-a L.olul!lullilVi de.scrintions of SawedSOUV A I' I L E S just received,' ki - i I'be company in all its branches, will lm perioral"! Bl'V exiierieneed mid compelcnt men, and every geilort made to pive satisfuflion, they hope to int"- nnt a liiiiral share ol politic i;iUon.v.,'e. 9 A;L THEIR LARGE W 1 K a I f, 1 1 tf, ILO U It I X ii M I L I., W5Mcontaininff EIGHT Runs oli - - ri., r, country and merchant work, and to be lequal to any in the Union in all its parts, will soon bo in operation; wnen they (will be prepared, and happy to "grind r.icry man's grist" who will give then 'a call, in the best possible manner; and fedish" shall not be too large, nor be B"rjVA-en trith a rrooleJ hand" They will also want, so soon as the four merchant run are completed, all the Good Winter Wheat they can tret. for which a liberal price will at ull times be paid at the mills of the company ; H i -i i i - e t -i "vicinity, that they Cannot grow too mucl iunf . ,.m.,miuy.tv M - j - f , ,,,.. llrt, . toH lnuc -(j ,,,,1, a iai-g(i ami gf!nerH pj i . I " 1 I . ' l ...V,.. ( ' v..,.r... .,1-, I' 1 'il l" " I I t '11 titt-u in cti ii.iiiuLu iiiau iviu , . ' . ' ANY QUANTITY OF HID E S 'IL wanted by the Marseilles Man- iifacluring Company. Marseilles, Jan. 28, 1811. 37-tf. llarrels "of Cinncinati rcciifiedl an excellent iirticle,1 B fcrw, October to, iPtu. u. u . . . m k,. $plcudil Passenger Packet for th ILLINOIS ItlVEB. TWICE WEEK. 'VMIE new and elegant steam boai ULAUCtTS, under the command of Capt. Spencer Field, will run as a regular packet, mak- mg two trips a week between St. Louis and Peoria, and one trip a week through to Peru, leaving St. Louis every Tuesday and Friday evening at 4 o'clock ; return ing, will leave Peru every Sunday morn ing at 10 o'clock, and Peoria every Sun day evening at G o'clock, and every Thurs day morning at 5 o clock. l ins magninceni ooat nas an spring1 births and can accommodate 80 cabin passengers with state rooms, and as re-' gards comfort is second to no boat afloat WALKER & UICKLING, Agents. Ottawa, April 16, 1811. 48--tf Look at This! A't persons having rifles, bullet moulds, wipers, screw drivers and vices, belonging to the Dayton liijlt Company, are requested to leave them at C. G. Miller's tailor shop, in Dayton,' immediately "right strait from tht mark. . liy order of Capt. JOHN STADDEN, Jr. Dayton, April 10, 1841. 48-3 w 3000 Gal,ons ST0NE WARE, just ICliClll'U Ull CUIIBIgll ment, and will bo sold low for cash, by J. HOFFMAN. Peru, April 15, 1841. 48-tf. HARK ELS OF WHISKEY, just received and for sale very low at the store of WALKER As HICKLING Ottawa, April 16, 1841. 48-tf. 1 BBL. OF LINSEED OIL, just re- J. ceived and for sale at the new store! of the subscribers. WALKER & IllCKLINU. Ottawa, April 10, 1841. 48--tf. r BARRELS OF MOLASSES, just A O received per sleam boat Lasalle andlpurchase bv the quantity, at the St. LouU for ftalc by WALKER & HICKLING. I' Oltawa, April 10, 1811. 48--tf. Notice. 1HE )artnership Tieretofore existing under the iirm of 11 ood was this day dissolved by mutual consent. jlTlie business of the firm will be settled by J. J. Mill. JOHN J. HILL, JEREMIAH WOOD. Ottawa, March 21), 1841. The subscriber will continue the busi ness us formerly at the old stand. 404 w J.J. HILL. To I'riiiters. rjMIIE ono half of a first rule newspaper estab 1 lishment, situated l.i one ol the most popu- U'Miristiin town, lncli is tlcstiucd lo I.e, at no uis- ItautiieriiHl.oneof the mot-t important n.anufac '"S'nriiiK t-.vns in the western country, i olfcrcd fo. Jriiiie. 1 Iii! in.iteii-jl.t A the establishment nre al- i ,. , . , . . . . . . ... i-are in t!i! f.iiiudry by practical printers. The cst.iMinuiK'iit Ii is ks pnod a run of advertising mill j i!i en I'lMi as any iu the stale, and the paper hat an cxlM.tive circulation already, which nun be iiieic.i-eil by n liu'o exertion. The polities of tho p:;per are democratic. Terms, rn.-h. Letters addressed to (Jko. I''. U'K.ivr.a, Oilav.a, III,, juml jmiil, will receive prompt attention. i.-, ir.-h 5. N. 15. Tossessiou will be given in thelrods, thence north to tho place of begin- iitn:i aii'ij:s. r AA BUSHELS OF I) R I E I) and for sale low for cash, by ARMOUR & LAMH. Ottawa, March 20, 1841. ' 45 tf. OTICE. All persons indebted the subscribers will please call am! make payment of their accounts. I5y so doing they will save trouble and costs. Nov.27-if ARMOUR & LAMH DoiiMvttic ri;iiiucSs. A C Pieces of DOMESTIC FLAN J;J) NELS, a fresh arrival, for salt at whole sale or retail, at New York pri ccs, by 11URLI1UT & RUSSELL. Ottawa, Dec. 21, 1810. 32 tf. B)ERSONS having left WATCHES a at the shop of J. IF. Morrill, be tween the years 1837 and 1810, arc rc- quested to take them away or they willlmain there till the 1st or April. , L nl,l n, nnl.li, ,.,! ,. ,I,p 10,1. ,1-vB Teh. 20, IS1 l.-4t JOSHUA TOWN8END. of May ii'fvt to pay for storage. Ottawa, iarch 19th, 1841. 41-t 25000 FEET OF VISE LUMBER a superior article, received on consiijnuicni ana ior saio nv me niimcruier. . ' .i... , -i J. HOFFMAN. Peru, Oct. 15, 1810. 22 if. 1 I'urin AnA Town Lois for Sulo. KITtiE mibhcriher oilers lor sale Ins r A KM, situ J.' it t c 1 in 'i'roy (irove, the most beautiful sec tion of i-oiinlrv in the slate, ulioiit 16 miles from farm contains: ovcred with under trood fence, nnd 00 unprovrtnent .. mi ,i.m iinnsp jfeJ 16 by 30, stable, anil .young orchard Also, a HOl'SE, 10 hy 24 feet, and well finish- nrnftrniaT- r-inii'-.' 1 1,1, t ULil.O, .d, situototl iii tho town of Homer, nd six town lo, in tha s.iiic pUco. , ' ' ' 'i'ertns will lie reasonable. A credit of iNrce or four years will be given, if necessary. ' Tho sub scriber has uVlormlned to remove south, and will. tell nt bargain. Persons wishing to purchase will ple.so apply to JUS! EN 1). WI.YOM. , March .2, 1311. 1 ti - , , 8w-43 . A. O. CrwSar, Forfcardinr and Commi$- Isioti Merchant; Utica, La Salle county, iwinois. May 23d, 1840. i: tf. - J. Hoffman, t-jdForioarding, tf ComminioA Merchant; Pkrc, La Sail county, Illinois. Peru, April 15, 1841; . 48-tf. Ittoit Wood worth; :V'il r Forwarding Commission Merchants, Peru, La Sails county, Illinois. Peru, April 15, 1841. 48-tf. WANTED by the Marseilles Man ufacturing Compuny, 3 mill wrights, and 3 joiners, to whom employ ment for three or four months can be given. Also, two or three good sawyers; and a good blacksmith. Marseilles. March 5, 1841. 42-tf. . KCn'GOODS! -IVTALKER & HICKLING, on the south siJ ? T of the uublic suuave. nea:lv oddojul tha new court house, have on hand and oiler for ssla at prices to suit the times, a good and well selected STOCK OF DRY GOODS, consisting of Calicoes, Merinos, llomba- zines, Flannels, Tickings, Diaper, Crash,' 3-4, 7-8 and 8-4 bleached and unbleached Domestics, Cotton Yarn, Wicking, Bat ting, Blankets, Drillings, Cloths, Satti- netts, Moleskins, ueavertcens, ete., oic. Ic, and most all other articles in this line generally found in a country store. .11 so Boots, Shoes, and Brogans,' Hardware, Nails, Waggon Rolls, &c. Sici ,1l30 well selected stock of Groce ries and LrqcoRs suited to this market. We only say to our old friends and the public generally, give ut a call and try oar price. IN. It. Green and Dried Hides, Furs and Peltries, and most kinds of country produce taken in exchange. WALKER i HICKLING. Oliawa, April 15. 1841. 48-tf. "soap and candle -. MANUFACTORY: , flHR subscriber, in connection with bis MEAT, JL MARKET,, intends lierratter to manufacture untl keep on hand a supply of Soap mid Candles, which ho will sell to Merchants and Grocers, and others, who may wish to prices. All orders from the neighboring towns or i-ountry will he thankfully received and promptly attended to. JOHN J.HILL. N. 13. Cash will be paid for grease and ashes. 12 rents per bushel will be given for ashes. Ottawa, April 2, 1841. 46 tf. NOTICE is hereby given to the un known heirs at law of Joseph Ful lerton, deceased, and to all others in any wise interested, that a petition has been filed with the Clerk of the Circuit Court, in and for La Salle county, and slate of Illinois, praying said Court, for reasons stated in said petition, for a division of the north half of section 8 ; also the south- cast quarter and east lr.lf of the south west quarter of section 5, all in township 34, north of range 2 east of the 3d princi pal meridian, and in the county of La Salle, aforesaid. Also twenty acres to be taken from the north end of the east half of the north-west quarter of section 14, in township number 34, north of range number 1 east of the third principal meri dian, and bounded as follows, to wit: "commencing at the north-east corner of said quarter section and running thence west with the section line eighty rods, .i r . i.i . . fiinence soutii jony rous, tnence cast eigiuy ting, the same being in the county of La ! Salle and state of Illinois." Which sev eral pieces of land were jointly owned by the said Joseph lullcrtoti ami myself at the lime of hu death. And that I intend to move the said Court, on the first day of the next term thereof, to be holden at (iho court house in Ottawa, in said county, toi0!l ll,c fiCConJ Monday in May next, or is soon thereafter as counsel can be heard. or an order in pursuance of the prayer of aid petition. STEPHEN A.JONES. J. V. A. Hoes, Attorney. March 25'.h, 1841. 45-Gsw A I 'arm to L.et, . rVI.N'fi nine miles below Ottawa, and a mil A and a ijunrter south of the Illinois river, for merly owned by Obcdiuh llrotvn, and now by the subM-riber, rontainiiitj ONB HUNDRED AND SIX TY" ACKES, on which are erected Dutrni boo Hoi sk and Two Wells. Seventy-five acre if tho laud are improved nd the fences sre in ood condition. As to terms, apply to Isiian Scot, who is now on the iirctniscs nd will re LIME & BRICK. fBHE subscriber would respectfully J inform the citizens of Ottawa and its vicinity, that he will make Drick, to the amount of 500,000, and have them on hand after the first of May next. He has also now on hand 500 bushels of Fresh Ihtrnt Lime, and will at all times during the season have a large quantity of the same for, sale, which he will ex- . change for labor or produce. . WM. F. FLAliU., Ottawa, Feb. 5, 1811. . . 38-6m. Vj Spanish brown; just receiwl per" steam boat Lasalle anil for sale by ", ; WALKER i5ll.ICKUNG;fj.v - Ottawa, April 16, 1841. ', f -j DARKCliS OF SiUT. K., "TV V J. ceived pen. b. tMalla vdZzLJ' ' low by WALKER &, HICKLWU. , . Ottawa. April 16, 1841;.. .. .; 48a , -J c VI v 7 - 1 ' - ,-,. Bl - .