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BMJESS CARDS. uijio tKUT11- , MjtTox B. wirr. ' ' - Iceland Swift, Attoruies and Counsellors at Law 'L. . .- .... Ottawa, Illinois. Office ovci G. I.. Thompsons Drug Store, on the east sido of the Publio Square ; ... Ftb. 11, 1811... . . , - v..- ' ' 39-tf. .TiiKoruiLi'it i. iiickkt. jann m. cuoruxus. - j Dickey A Crotlicrs, Attoruies ad Counsellors at Law, , Ottawa, Illinois. . Office on the Public Square, between the Man sion House and the City Hotel. Fob. 11, 1811. 3'Jtf. J. 0. CLOVER. c COOK. Glover A Cook, Attoruies and Counsellors at Law. Office over Cu.hm.iri A Thompsons Store, Ottawa, Illinois. Augusts, 1S10. ltf. dieo. II. N'orris Attorney and Cowtttllur at Law, M.istir Chancery and Nitiri Public. Ottawa, IIlinoiM. May 13, lfttO. I tf. . B. FillWKLL. J. J. MOLT. Far well A Holt, Attornics and Counsellors at Law. Office oppoiit the Mansion House, Ottawu, La Nallo county, Illinois. March 12, J8-W. 43 tf- John V. A. Hoes, Attorney und CounieHiir id Liw uud SJieitur in . Chancery. Office next door north of Iho Post Office, Otta no, La Sulln county, lllinoij. May 2'M, 1S10. , 1-tf. John I,1. Cliuiiiplin, Attorney and Counselor at Law, OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, Havingnssociatcd himclfwith MessrB.SPItING and GOODRICH, of Chicago, will attend to ulll practice of their profession in the county of Lai Sulle. Ottawa, June 1 1, 1810. 4 tf. Will. ( Iniiiiiisero, .QtloniCjJ and Counsellor Vt Lair, flhIwhirh they will sell at reasonable prices. ' Solicitor in ( hancery, PERU. LA SALLE COUNTY", ILLINOIS, July JO, 1840. 8 tf. . L. Thompson, East side of tho Public Square, Olliiwn, III., Dealer in Drugs, Medicines, Dye-Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, c. ivr. July 3. 1810. 7 tf. NEW DKUG STOW:. ii. L. Thomison, A T tho old staiiil formerly occupied by I). N TthHfetM, on the east niilu of the J'ublic Square, keep constantly on hand a largo uud general assortment of Drugs, Medicines, Dye, Stuffs, Paints, Oils, Varnish, Patent Medicines, $ c. and all other articles which uro generally kept in a Drug Store. - Ottawa. June fl. 1810. 3 tf. Doet. W. A. Sanner kFFERS his professional services to the riti- J zeiw of Ottuwa ami vicinity. Offico in L. P. A W. A.Sasijkii A Go's. Store, on the Mouth side of thi! Public Square, Urick IJuild ing. His dwelling is in tho Yellow Cottage, Cuual street, near the Feeder. Ottawu, Dec. II, 1 840. 30 tf. Ottawa linkery. riTIE luhsurihcr would respectfully inform the , sunsoriner wouuj resncciiuiiy uro"" ii" B . . tuens of Ottawa and vicinity, that he till,,l;!' ,ml " I'urporting to bo the on tho above business in C-dumbus Hlrrt-;. "'"'.'V ",,"","u ,-",'u'''. ; w'll,out name v ..... stl.... I.., SCoiiistiM'K A lo. on the outside wrapper. Some JL cm carries opposite the Waggon makers eiiop, 13 111(1 If llUI'M I-. .'IH'I't II. IL 1." H. always keeps on hand a good supply of Fn-sli Bread, Cramers, Califs, Pics, ir. He would likewise inform the public thai ha ha A roeery i,., i . iSii'li1 nni.il 1 11 III v 1.11,11. (Ill , -r. t .,.. ... ......... ... .u... Connected with the ubove eMabl.shment, "n'ls,,.U A Co., is made in the same way und is just constantly keeps on hand a good supply of Liquors, Teas, Coffee, Sugar, fcc, fie. He respectfully solicits n continuance of that patronngu with which the public, hits heretofore favored him. JAMES ARMOUR. Ottawa, August 11, 1810. 13 if. ii. L. Thompson HAS just received at his New Druj Store, on the east sido of tho Public Square in tl i it place, a large assortment of fresh . DRUGS & MEDICINES, Together' with a few choice Wines anil Liquors. The public arc respectfully requested to call ami eo. Ottawa, November 0, 1810. , 25 tf. I'owder, Cirlnd Stone, Ac. rrillE subscriber lias on hand at his wellknown JL stand n Peru, Illinois, and oilers for salt low for cash the following items 'Z'l Kegs of Blasting Powder, 4 " Dupont's Sporting Pow ; dor, 100 Crind Stones, 20 Boxen of Raisins, ' 14 Barrels of Linseed Oil. J. HOFFMAN. 'I rem, Oct. 15, 1810. 22---tf. CAPS ! CAPS!! t A O 0cr, y'fl' Arfr J- Mmk 14U rut CJIPS, just received and for kale cheap by the subscribers. U L. P, L W. A. SANGER &l (Jo !i Ottawa, Jan, 1, 1811. 33 tf.'. !.-f II ATS ! HATS!! . fk Cases of Silk and Woollen 7rti, '-tPn hand and for sale nt tho store of the, Bivbscribers, , .' , ' . , L. 1. & W. A. SANGER ii Co. t'i Ui Ottawa, Jan. 1, 1811. 33 tf., TIx vArtJMUiM isjuyjis, various ls....'i7.e, just received on coniilgn- ,mt Ind.for aale byv HOFFMAN. w f a m loiA . ,l Mr ' if ...J ( rern, vck o ow.-: '. u. , -I,, Mummy', .- i- Y Uarms of AMERICAN ARMOUR &. LAMB. .-XtJ .;.. . - r . W-uY I1, i , , nfn)L SSDS, jus printed on a ) Jiupertcr quality of. paper, and for , atthifOiScer ' 1 ' '".: ale Ottawa Chair manufactory. MOORE ii UATERJIU, ll"OI.LD respectfully inform ' of thi vicinity, tliat they the inhabitants y still continue to manufacture CHAIRS on La ulU' Street, a few loont North of the Market House, where they onstiuitly keep on hind AN ASSORTMENT OF CHAIRS of every description, viz: Windsor, Gre- rian and Flag Seats of all kinds ; At.o, Rocking-Chairs, Cradles ami Settees. The subscribers feel extremely grateful for the liberal patronage with which the community has lavored them during the jost year, and they re liectlully solicit a continuance of the same. XV. MOOKE, E. I.. WATERMAN. Ottawa, July 11, 1810. 10 tf. Livery Stable. fMIIE subsrrilicrs would respect I 1 fully inforn the citizens of Ot tawa and the public generally, that I hey are prepared with, and will furnish to those who may desire llicnt. Horses and Carriages, Sleighs, &c, and first rate Saddle Horses. Persons traveling may rely on a speedy mid convenient conveyance lo utmost any place through the country. IN. . All persons hiring Horses, Carriages, Vr., arc required to return them in as good and annul condition as they were in when they came ii to their use, Jan. l.-tf P. II. A J. b. SMITH. Drugs, JTIeilieineH, Ac. P. A. W. A. SANGER A Co. would re spectfully inform the public that they have connected Willi their Dry woods store on Canal street, in Ottawa, a nuvu ktokk, and constantly keep on hand a large and well selected supply ol Drugs, Medicines, Paints, Oils, Dye Stud's, &c, etc., Embracing almost every article in that line, I Jan. I, 1811. 33 tf. DR. BARTHOLOMEW'S Pink Kxneetormit Syrup. ' I 'HE cases of Consumption are so numerous in nil the northern latiludes, that some reme dy us a preventive should he kept by every family constantly on hand, to administer on the firsi appearance of so direful a disease. This Expec torant Syrup will in every case prevent t'.ie com plaint. It is quite impossible for any person ever lo have consumption who will use this remedy on iho fust approach of cough and pain in the side, i ml in ninny instances It lias cured when physi cians hail given up the esses as incurable. Sold wholesulo and letail by Comstock A Co.. wholesale druggists, 1 r Irtclier street, N. I ., and .it the drug storu of L. f. A IV. A. Sanger A Co, Ottawa, October 10, 1810. II tf. Oldridge's Ilalm of Columbia. flllUS article wus first introduced into the New JL York market about 20 years since, and from its superior virtues in re-producing una when il had (alien out, keeping the head tree from iland ruff, (a most loathsome article on gentleman's oat collar,) und giving a softness and beautiful ust re unknown before to tho hair, bus induced some persons to get up and advertise many othei trtich's for the same purpose, none of which stand t he test of trial, professing, as most of them do, to ho ( )ds of various kinds, all of which urn positive ly injurious to the huinun hair. Let none be de ceived, no other article will make tho hair grow iipidly and of a good quality ; but the Halm of . , II.' . 4 ' IlUVfl IH-CII HIM I-1VI-II II1IU Mlllillllt'll U I'UUIlll'l 1111 iir- iii-Io for the true and genuine Ilalm of Columbia. Remember Jo look for the name of Comstock A (Jo., on tho wrapper, before yon purchase, and get none but the genuine. Don t be deceived with .1... ...., t. Ilium! (In, iiiiiiii. nf r'niii- is uood. all such pretensions are ftilte and knmvn to be so by the counter ft iter. Hold whoeitl and retail, only at No. 1, Fletch er street, 1 Y. by COMSTOCK A CO., and by nearly every storekeeper throughout America. For sale at the store of L. P. A W. A. Ha n o k a ..4 Co.; Ottawa, III. Ottawa, Oct. 13. 13 tf. A large lot of Saddi.kh, Bridles, Mar ' tixoalks and Collars just received and for sale hy the suhscrihers. HURLBMT & RUSSELL. Ottawa, Sept. 4, 1810. 1 6 tf. Cloths, Itlnrinos, Ac. FUST received and foi sale at tho store of the subscribers on tho south side of tho Public "Square, in Ottawa, III. 10 pieces of black, blue, brown, olive, adelaide and claret Cloths, 0 pieces of superior Beaver, Pilot and Buffalo Cloths, 29 pieces of French, German and Eng lish Mannoes, 200 pieces of English, French and Ame rican Prints, 8 pieces of plain and fancy Cassimers, 30 10 Sattinctls, " Kentucky Jeans and fulled Cloths, bales of Sheetings and Drillings, lbs. Cotton Yarn, " v. " Wickcry, 15 300 '200 15 dozen pair of Burkskin Gloves und Mittens, L. P. & W. A. SANGER cV Co. Ottawa, Jan. I, Hit. . 33 tf. 18 4 1. ,: FANCY GOODS. , rr. A W. A. SANOER A Co. have just is ' received at the Drick store, No. 1, rbeup Hide, and will sell on very reasonable terms, a Splendid Assortment "', of Madioni, Gros Desurp ii Gros Denant Silks, figured and plain; a general assort ment of Muslui Do Lanes, Shallie, and Saxony Cloths, embracing 30 different ItJUAUII T URAN-llpattcrna, I'rench Bombazines. Marino, and Cotton Shawls, Silk, Linen ii Camb ric Handk., Ribbons, Broca, Cords. Lin en and Gotten Edgeing and Insertinirs : lplain and figured Swiss and BookMuslin, Bobbenetts, Jackonctti, Ac. ' Ottawa, Ian. 1, 1M1. H-tfc E. DEAN'S celebrated Chemical Plaster. AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY TDIt Rheuiuatitm. Ftttrtoret. Wltituwettitie. L Injlummutim in tin eye, Iiuriu, SaxuuA Ttnal m bearltt rtctr, yuimy, ic. TO THE PUBLIC. To ichum it may eiincern. This may certify that I. Eaisrrs Dbas, the proprietor of E Dean's Clumical Plaster, have for more than twol vcars been in a delicate state of health, so that 1 have been unable to prepare and circulate said plaster to that cutent which the interest of the sufferinir community demands: and feeling that so valuable an article ought to be made known to the afflicted, 1 have made arrangements with H, Harris A Co., of Ashtabula, Ohio, to manufacture and vend it in my name as my sole successors. This, therefore, may be relied on as the genuine article heretofore prepared by me. As witness my hand. ERASTLW DEAN. VVestlield, Chautauqucco., N. Y., Jan. 1, 1839 The Chemical Plaster is an important remed) to all those who arc afflicted with inflammatory complaints by its easing pain, counteracting in- laniation, and giving sis eily relict, by lU acUvc strengthening and sudorific properties. An ef fectual remedy foriuflammatory rheumatism, ague' in the breast, cramp, burns, bruises, scrofula, oli sores, ulcers of almost every description, cvrikered md swelled throat arising from scarlet fever, fel ins, white swellings, chilblains, Ac Persons! sulfering from liver complaints, pulmonary diseas es, intlammation ol me lungs, wun pains in tin side and breast, pain and weakness in the back, will find relief. In all cases it may be used with sufety. rrT 1 he Plaster is now. put up in boxes at 50 cents and 1 dollar each. Made and sold, wholesale and retail, by II. lltuuisACo., Ashtabula, Ohio, sole proline tors. A one genuine unless signed ly it. Harris mi the wrapper. TESTIMONIALS. Pg Line, Ta., April 7. Messrs. Harris A Co. Sirs: Since I was at your store in July last, I have used E. DcnnV Chemical Fluster, which I have received from you at different times, and feel myself in duty hound to you as proprietors, and to the public generally, to recommend the same as a sale ami efficacious remedy for those complaints for which t is recommended. I have used it in several cases f inflamed eyes, in some of which its effects as u urative have been decided, and in no case has it failed of giving relief where it has been applied according to directions, and all who have used it ire iH-rfectly satisfied with it so fur as I know. I have also applied it in some severe cases of ague in the breast with the happiest clfects. I would also relate the case of Mr. 1 homas Logan, who has been afflicted with the rheuma tism in one hip for thirteen years, so that he hud been cniuclled to abandon labor, in a great mca iiire. I let him have a boi of the Plaster, he applied it, and for three days found, as he sup posed, no lienetit, but utter that liu perceived that the pain was not ho severe, and in less than two weeks he could labor hard all day and rest free from pain at night. He says he would not pari with the box he has lor three hundred dollars, providing he could not obtain another. He ulso says to me, keep it on hand and recommend it wherever you go. I have used the Plaster in eases of pains in the side, back, shoulders, eve. with like good elfect. Yours, Ac. DANIEL KNEELANU M. D. Mo.xhok June 18, 1839. Messrs. Harris A Co. Sirs: I have used E Dean's Chemical Plaster for four years past and do chccrlully recommend it to physicians and th public generally as an invaluable remedy in chron ie and acuto rheumatism, sprains of the wrist ankle, shoulder, Ac. In felons, whitlow and scrofulous swellings of all descriptions, it is gen erally an effectual remedy. In short, whereever there is pain, it is almost sure to give relief in a few hours. I havo used it in a great number of rheumatic affections. One of my patients aged 10, full habit, hud a rheumatic swelling on one leg. He hud been unable to get out of the house for three mouths : his leg was swelled loan enor mous si.e, twice its usual bigness ; every thing hud been dona without success, until we coin mcnccii using I'eun s incinicul 1 luster. vr enveloped the knee und u portion of the limb in the Plaster, und in three days the swclliugcntircly disappeared, and in ten days ho went about his ordinary business. Such has been our success with the article, ami we now willingly recom mend it to the public for a trial. ours, Ac. J. II. REYNOLDS, M. I). (TT For sale bv L. P. A W. A. SANOEK A CO.; Ottawa, Illinois. Also, at the principal Dnnrgists at Chicago and Juliet; J. II. Elmore, Peru, and James Durlev, Henniprn, III. All or ders sent to H. Harris A Co., Ashtabula, Ohio. for tho above medicine, will be promptly attended to. He particular to enquire for Dean's Chemi cal Plaster. Ottawa, August 14, 1810. 13-.:.y. Hay's Liniment. riUE only true and genuine, receipt, and so dc JL dared by the outh of Mr. Solomon Hays, has never been made known to any person or persons except to Messrs. Comstock & Co., and they only have the right to prepare the said genuine J. mi me nt, which has estublishcd a reputation for ell'ec tii'illy curing the 1'iloin every eue, ami in oil the various stages of the complaint ; ulso, Rhumutism, Sour Throat, Sprains, Uruisex, Sours and I leer f long standing. All who havo ever used it are highly pleased with its beneficial effects, and nil who ore In need of cures lor any ot the complaints mentioned, are respectfully requested to ask nnv one who ever used it. And we refer with confidence to all who know of the article, and especially to Matthew J. Myers, Esq., Athens, . i ., and lien. Dull lreen, late of W ashington City, all of whom spcuk in the strongest terms and with the fullest confidence from personal ap plication and knowledge of its positive and never fading cures. LOOK OUT! Some swindlers havo counterfeited this article. anil put It up with various devices. Do not lie imposed upon. One thing only will protect you -it is the nunie of Comstock A Co., that name must always be on the wrapper, or you are chea ted. Do not lorget it. 1 use this direction with you, and test by that, or never buy ; for it is im- possihle lor any other to be tine or genuiue. SOLOMON HAYS. Sold wholesulo by Comstock A Co. No. 2, Fletcher street, N. Y., and by nearly every stoor- keeperin America. 1' or sale at the atoie of L. P. A V. A. SisoKit A Co., Ottawa, III. Ottuwa, Oct. 13. 13 tf. Mi Bags of LIVERPOOL SALT, on hand and for sale by ARMOUR Si LAMB. : Ottawa, Oct. 23, 1840. 23 tf. ti Lot of painted wooden ware, such x.a Puils, Tubs, etc. received and for sale by J. Y. SANGER A CO. Aug. 31. m Eeight Day DP ASS CLOCKS, "just received and. warranted, and for jsalo for cash or country produce, on rea sonable terms, by Aug. 28. F. SJXC.ER 4- CO. Wy LANK SUMMON SUS, kept con- stwtly on hand and for sale at this bffief. CROUP, COUGH, ASTHMA, PITTING nBljod, Hoping, Congh, and 1 all Pulmonary D'seastt. cured bv JA NE'S EX PECTORANT, and Summer Comptuinti, CM-, iera mtou, u.urrhuea, Uuaemrry, ana au liie various affection of the Stomach and Bowel rt mirtd by his CARM IN ATI VE BALSAM. 1 lease read the following letter J. DarLnghm, Dcaver County, Pa. ") February, 1B39. 5 Dear S.'rl feel it due to you as the iuvciitor of the medicine and to the public, who may be greutly licm-fitted by it, to state a cure that was performed in my family, by the use of your "Cur initiative Ualsum." My little sou, when about two months old, was seized with a boia I oimpLunt, caused, as 1 sup pose, by a change ot diet. It continued tor tvu weeks without intermission, and notwithstanding the remedies prescribed by a respectable physician we gave up the child a victim, as we supposed, te a fatal disease, but I providentially heard of j "J ay ne a Carminative, as an ellectual cure for bowel complaint, and immediately despatched a messenger to a town seventeen miles olTfor a bot tie. Dy the use of this medicine, in less than thirty six hours the disease was checked ; and b ill continued use fur a few days the child was restored to perfect health. Shortly after this. there occurred a similar case in one of the fami lies of my congregation ; I prescribed "JuyneV arimnative, and the result wus a speedy cure From a knowledge of the efficacy of your medi cine in bowel complaints, a disease to whicl children are constantly liable, I have obtained and keep constantly in the house, a quantity of tin "Cunninative." Tho same child, owing to exposure, when rec ently coming up the Ohio, was attacked by the liorriDle malady, tltuir, vve funded in the night at Ueuver Point, and when our fears were alarmed lest the hoarse sepulchral couch was the forerunner of death, we gave bun a teaspoon full )I the "bxiierlorunt, (a bottle ol which you pre sented me witn when in riuladclphia) and applied some lineament to the throat and breast, and be- loro many minutes the hoarseness was gone, tin hild breathed freely and slept sweetly. Owint to these circumstances it cannot be wondered at why I have so high an opinion of Dr. Jay lie's V ? i i i i. : . e ,i . . medicine, anu wny i aovise every lamuy lo Keep it on hand ready for any emergency. Kespectnilly yours, ARTHUR 11. BRADFORD, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Darling ton, Pu. Dr. D. JT!r.. Lumherlwille, N. J., April 1 7th, 1839. Dr. J t k Drar Sir.-Uy the blessing of God vour INDIAN EXPECTORANT has effected a cure in me of a most distressing complaint. In December last, I wus seized with grcut severity by a Paroxysm of Asthma; a disease with which 1 had been ullhcted lor ninny years past. It was ittended with a hoarseness and soreness ot tin lungs and throat, together with a laborious cough, uid complete prostration uf strength, and when ihnost worn out with suffocation, a bottle of your Expectorant was sent to my house. At brst 1 thought it wan nothing but quackery, hut'sccing t so highly recommended by Dr. Going, with whom I was well acquainted, 1 wus induced to try t, and in a few days it completely cured me, nor have I ever had any return of the disease since. I have now formed so high an opinion. of your medicine, that it I had but a lew bottles ot it, anil ould obtain no more, I would not part with them lor ten aouura tueh. Yours, most respectfully, JOHN'sEGER. Pastor of the Baptist Church at Lambcrtsville, PiliLAnRl.PHiA, June 9th, 1838. To my vrrnituil friend.': I would say, that I am well acquainted with David Jay ne, M. I).. and know him to he a rcscctiihlo Physician and Druggist of this city a gentleman in whom en lire commence may be placed. I have tested in my own cum; the beneficial effects of his CAR VI IN ATI VE BALSAM, and have greater confi dence in it than all the other medicines of the kind. His EXPECTORANT is equally celebrated and Hicncious. IRA M. ALLEN, Agent of tho Baptist General Tract Society. The above valuable medicines are prepared only by Dr. D. Jayne, No. 10, South Third street. Philadelphia, whero all orders W'U be promptly ittended to. For sale by appointment by L. P. A W. A. SANGER A CO. OVaii'ff, May 13, 1840. 1 tf. D1C. BOAKDMAN'S ANTI-FEVEIt PILLS. Prepared trprcstly for the West and Siuli.) 11IIF.SE pills arc offi-rcd to the public as a pre . ventative, and remedy for the Fevers of these countries. By the proper use of these pills, FEVER A AGUE, With all its varieties, of Chill Fever, Dumb Ague, Ac. together with Periodical Rhumatic Pains, Pe riodical Headaches, Night-Sweats and all those harassing symptoms of debility all of which have their origin in tho same cause, may he cither pre vented or removed. BILIOUS FEVER or BILIOUS REMIT TENT FEVER, (which are the most prevalent in the latter part of summer and fall,) TYPHUS rbVbu, (which generally commences as a re mittent, but soon assumes a typhus character,) uid i t 1.1,1) YV r rJ V i. ft (thut scourge ol the South) will in these pill, find a most formidable toe. Each Box is accompanied with full directions for use. For sale at the Drug Store of G. L, Thompson A Co. Ottawa. Ills. Aug. 18, 1840. 15 ly. Western Autl-Bilious Pills. rpiIESE Pills are offered to the public as a I J CATHARTIC, adapted more purtieulorly to Bilious Countries, and intended to supply the luce of Calomel which is so extensively and inju riously used ; especially when administered bv unskilful hands, as it too frequently is, in new i ml thinly settled countries. As this physic is quite as efficient in throwing ilf a bilious attack, being at the same tune per fectly safe, and altogether more prtqier, as a pre paratory medicine, in the treatment of BIL IOUS FEVER, FEVEK AINU AGUE, and til tho variety of intermittent)), incident to a bil ious or ague country, it win certuuuy do toumi preferable to all mercurial preparations ; at the same time their oiieration is ao mild that they nav be used with perfect safety and greut advan tage, a. a FAMILY I'll Y SIC. They w ill also bo found useful in all BILIOUS COMPLAINTS, Jaundice, Liver Complaint, SiehUmdaehe, Ague (ViA'c, Colic, Cmurnr, Low of appetite, and in all cases of Torpor vf tin RmeeU. Full directions accompany each Box. Trice 'J5 cents. Prepared by DR. BOARD-AN, White Pigeon, Mich. N. B. These Pills are entirely vegetable. For aula at the Drug Store of G. L. Thompson X IO., Wltawa, Illinois. Aug. 18, 1840. 51 ly. B LANK SUBPOSXAS, kept-con stantly on hand and for tale at this IoiTi. D& SPOHN'S Sick Headache itcmcslT V E v ER fail to give relief in 15 or SO niinuteH ll after taking the first dose, and perseverance ording to the directions anon effectually re- noves ail pain from the head and sickness from the stomache, and the pemon feels rwrfectlv ured. When the first symptoms of an attack of sick headache are felt the remedy should be re sorted to immediately and one or two doses is then sulheient to remove every vesture of thi omplaint. It givea universal satisfaction to all' who try it ; Sick and Nervous Headaches an only complications of the same disease, and both are effectually cured by this article without change of diet or occupation. Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock A Co.. holesale Druggists, 2 r Irtclier street, IN. i ind by the principal Druggists in the Union. Judge Patter. Read the following from Judge Patterson, for thirty years the first Judge of the County in which he lives. Mi DDLs-rows, N. J., March II, 1810. Messrs. Comstock & Co. Gentlemen You are at lilterty to make sucl use of the following certificate as you deem will licst subserve the purposes for which it is intended C Certificate of Judge Patterson.) I ii k ii k r t ceutii't, that my daughter has lien affiicted with the sick headache for the space of aliout 20 years the attacks occurring once in about two weeks, frequently lasting 24 hours during which time the paroxysms have been si s.'vere, as apparently soon to deprive her of life, And after having tried almost all other remedies in vain, I have lieen induced as a last resort ti try Spohn's Headache Remedy, as sold by you; and to the great disappointment and joy of her self and ull her friends, found very material relief from the first dose of the medicine. Mie has fol lowed up the directions with the article, and ii every rase when an attack was threatened, has found immediate relief, until she is near perma nently cured. 1 he attacks are now very seldom and disappear almost immediately after taking the quantity directed. A hope that others may lie benefitted by the use of this truly invalualil medicine, has induced me to send you the above. and remain your obedient servant, J EH I PATTERSON, Judge of the Court of C. P, For sale at the drug store of the suliscriber in Ottawa, Illinois. L. P. A W. A. S4sku A Co. Ottawa, Oetobrr 16, 1840. 11 tf. llewc's Nerve & Bone Liniment. flillS article is offered to the public as a never J failing cure for the Rheumatism, and it has lor a number ol years sustained its reputation. ind accomplished cures which had defied the power'ofevery other aiticle. In acute and recent rases, the relief is invanuble, after one or twi ipplientions of the Liniment, and in' Chronic Uheumatism, the cases ol cure arc numerous It is truly a remedy that reaches the stiivn ami hose, with the most huppy ellect. Sold wholesale and retail by Comstock A Co., wholesale druggists, i r letchcr street, IN. i ., am by the principal druggists in the Union, as ulsi ii Ottawa, by I,. '. &, W. A. Sanger A Co. Ottawa, October 16, 1840. 11 tf. Dr. Spohn's Health Elixir. TVTOT one case of Fever in a thousand exists. ijl which may not be effectually broken up ami re-noved by the use of this Elixir. It removes ill acidity indigestion, billions matter and consti pation from the stomach and bowels. It operates gently and effectually on the Imwcls, and power fully on the kidneys and the skin. It removes unpleasant feelings alter a hearty meal, and pro motes a good appetite. It needs only a trial t ivo perfect satisfaction. It has become a genera practice with many to use this article in all rases of colds, pains in the bone , or heavy disagreeable feelings, tendering to headache or chilliness. For hoarseness, if taken through the day, it completely restores the voice without producing sickness, W hooping cough, and all coughs of children are cured by it. The stomach is kept in perfect order by it, and it is quite impossible that any disease should commence while a person is using tin Syrup. CTj"lf token daily it produces a ruddv healthy, and young appearance, by driving off ull the humors ot the system. Sold genuine at 2 r lctcher street, one door be. low Pearl street, N. Y., by Comstock A Co., and in Ottawa by L. P. & W. A. Sanger A Co. Ottawa, Oct. 16, 1840. 11 tf. lr. Jayne's Family medicines. JLF These medicines are recommended and ex tensively used by the most intelligent persona in the United States, by numerous Professors and I'resnlcnts ol Colleges, Physicians of the Army ind INavy, and of Hospitals and Almshouses, am !y more than three hundred Clergymen of various denominations. They are expressly prepared for family use, and have acquired an unprecedented popularity throughout the United states: and as t hev are so admirably calculated to preserve HEALTH ind cure DISEASE, no family should ever be without them. The proprietor of these valuable preparations received his education at one of the liest Medical Colleges in the United States, and has had fifteen years experience in an extensive and diversified practice by which he haa had am- ..i- . e ! . , , iiu opponuinucB ui acquiring a practical Knowl edge of diseases, and of the remedies best calcu- ated to remove them. These preparations consist of I A YN E'S EX PECTO RANT, a valuable remedy or roughs, uolds, Consumption, Asthma, fit ting of Blood, ('roup, Whooping Cough, Bron inns, i ieunsy,auu uiiiammaiioii oi me i. lings or rhroot, Difficulty of Breathing, and all Diseases L!.' ri it. i, . .. uf the Pulmonary Organs. Price t. Also, JAYNE S HAIR TONIC, for the preser vation, growth, and beauty of the hair, and which will positively bring new Hair on BALD HEADS and prevent its fulling off or turning grey. Price 51. JAYNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE, a pleas- int, sale, and certain preparation for the removal of Worms, Dyspepsia, Sour Stomach, Fever and Ague, ant of Appetite, and all diseases of de biiity, especially of the Stomach and Bowels, and Org ins of Digestion. Price 50 rents. JAYNE'S CARMINATIVE BALSAM. ertuin cure for Bowel and Summer Compluint Diarrba-a, Dysentery, Cholie, Cramps, Sick- headache, Sour Stomach, Cholera Morbus, ami all derangements of the STOMACH and BOW ELS, Nervous Affections, Ac. Price 50 cents. JAYNE S SANATIVE PILLS, for Female Diseases, Liver Complaints, Costiveness, Fevers. Iiiltummationa, Obstructions, Diseases ot the kin, Ac, and in all cases where an appointed Alterna tive or Purgative Medicine is required. Price 0 rents. - These medicines may be had of Jane and Pan- coast, St. Louis, general agents for the Mississip pi alley, and of G. I.. 1 hompson. agent lor Ottawa. . m UAKKEL3 Or' ALCOHOL, just f received, and for sale by J. Y. SANGER & CO. June 12. s 4 tf. , 55 DHLS, of Simtito Cincinnati RECTIFIED WUftSKEY, re eived and for sale by J. Y. SANGER it CO. Sept. 18, 1840. . 18 tf. J ITIHalVf KNT IIOIVIIS. imt nrin.A,l1MM.. U markM nni ? - .i f i . . i iy H1 anu tor saie at me omce ot tne "FRE ETRADER." Merchant' Improved componn Aula cstmet f 3W Mr?.?. S ARS AP ARILLA For removing diseases arising from art abuse ot Mercury, chronic and consti tutional diseases, such as scrofula or kings evil, secondary syphilis, ulcera tiens and corrosions of the throat, nose, checks, lips, ears and other parts of the body, eruptions of the skin, rheu matic affections, white swellings, pains in the bones and joints, fever sores, obstinate old sores, scald head, salt rheum, ringworm and other diseases arising from an impure state of the blood. Also, habitual costiveness, piles, chronic affections of tho liver, lungs and chest, pains in the stomach and sides, tiifiht sweats, ir. It is also much recommended as a cleansitig r Spring medicine. rillllS compound fluid extract is AlteiuUr'f A Diuretic, Diaphoretic, Laxative, AroniiS.f and tightly stimulant ; and may be most nuecest'--'" hilly used in scrofulous and syphiloid diseases, mil that shattered state of the constitution vtlitch so often follows the imprudent use of Mercury ; exostoses or morbid enlargement of the bones, surpigiuous pustules or ringworms; ulcerations generally caries of the bones, eartileges of the nose, mouth, etc , etc., with the other diseases ibove mentioned, und all discuses arising from a morbid state of the blood. There is hardly a physician who has not hud iccusioii to observe with pain, the phagedenic variety of herpes; uud in spite of all the remedies he could bring against this cruel disease, wire compelled to acknowledge their inellicncy, and allow the monster lo corrode and destroy the nose, checks, lips, eyelids, ears and temples parts for which this malady generally ullccts a preference. out in this extract will be found a perfect remedy in all such cases, and where the disease has not produced a very great derangement of structure, it will even yield lo this remedy in a very short time. G. W. Nerchant taking advantage of theie facts, has adopted un improved process for extrac ting the medical virtues from the actual ingredi ents of this compound fluid extract, which are nine in numlier, without heat; thut is to say, neither decoction, infusion or maceration arc made use of; nor is the temperature of the menstri in used, allowed to exceed 80 deg. Fob. until rvery partiele of active principle is extracted, leaving a tasteless inert muss behind ; thereby attaining the whole ol the soluble uctive principle in a highly concentrated state, leaving out the (ecu la, woody hbre, etc., which encumbers the extract obtained by decoction. The propiietor, therefore, has not only the sat infliction of assuring the medical faculty and the, public, that this remedy is prepared according to strict chemical and pharmaceutical rules, but that he has also united some of the officinale valua ble and active vegtubles, ull of the choicest selec tion, which materially enhance its value in the treatment of the diseases above mentioned. He is therefore induced to offer this fluid extract to physicians and others under the fullest assurance of its superiority over that in common use. Physicians will find great advantuge in the use if this extract, and a great relief from the per plexities attendant upon the treatment of those tbstinale cases which bid defiance to every rem dy their confidence prompts them to prescribe : more especially as having tho patient under thelr immediate care, they will prescrilie such a diet and regimen as in their judgment the case would seem to indicate thereby giving the extract its full influence. Prepared at the Chemical Laboratory of G. W. Merchant, Chemist, Lockport, N. Y. IV. 15. A liberal discount made to Dealers and Physicians. rrj" For sale by t. p. w. a. smr.n eo. Ottawa, Illinois. A Iho, at the stores of the principal Druggists at Chicago and Juliet; J. II. hlmore, Peru, and James Darley, Henniprn, III. All orders sent to H. Harris A Co., Ashtabula, Ohio, for the above medicine, will be promptly attended . to. Ottawo, August 14, 18 10. 13 Iy. Notice! rPHE GRIST MILL of the under- signed has been thoroughly re paired and finished, and is now in per fect order for grinding all kinds of grain. J rompt attention will he given to all who see proper to give us their custom, and we are . I .... , . ; uiiuueiit, irom long experience in uic nusi ness, that we can do work equal, if not superior, to any in tho land. We hold ourselves responsi ble for all hags entrusted to Ui that are well mark ed with Iho owner's name. Tho aliovo Mill is situated on Indian Creek, ibotit half a mile from the mouth of the same. J. E. SKINNER, G.CURRVE, Indian Creek, Jan. I. 1841. 33 tf Furniture Tor Sale. T HE subscribers have on hand a large lot of Furniture, consisting of Ta llies, Bedsteads, If ash Stands, poking Glasses, 4'c. cj-c. , Beef and Pork taken in exchange for the above articles. Nov. 27-tf ARMOUR & LA MR. BBL. Port Wine, a first rate article, just received and for sale by : J. Y. SANGER & CO. , nnfl LIGHTS, 8 by 10 WINDOW JVH.IvJ SASH,' just received on consign ment, and for sale low by HOFFMAN. Peru, October 15, 1810. 12 tf- A r MOILS, assorted sizes, just T: Vf received and for sale by . r. SANGER CO. sept. 18, 1840. 1 1 1 1 "?. TVTOTICE. -All persons whoTare in-Jr J i debted to the subscriber by note pjf book account are respectfully requested io? - .1 ...1A iKa awia !mmnrl!aliilif ' ' II BI1U ICIUW Ulll HUlllCUiaiVlt J. , 15 .-A ll Kjnus oi prouueo laiten u k - iv -r J. HOFFMAN, i cw payK I Ha 1 V 1841. 35-tf.