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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

SPRI . \« FCE 1 J ) HOTEL Opposite the Court House , { West . ) WIIORTON RANSDELL . taken the Tavern T stand i Mr . Reuben Radford , dir Court House , where he will at all times be ready to wait on travellers and boarders . He will soon put up a large addition to the house , and make other important improvements . His table will be furnished with the best provision the market affords , lie WU 1 and otherwise be well taken care of . It will be bis object al all times to mak , the kept * of the traveller ; and he respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage . w . RJLXSJUELL . Springfield . Jan . 19 , 1832 . , 11

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

c ; % P i x ET \ n K i a \ o , I . N ALL ITS VARIOrs BttANClips . RANDOLPH MOORE k THOMAS W M . TKHS , having formed a partnerMOORE & WALTERS , - ! the shop and materials owned . ( on -Main street , one door below llus-ell s tavern , ) orders for any article of CAUI . VET FUR- . XllURK that may be wanted . They intend keeping constantly on hand , and for side , all articles in their line , such as i- in ; : rj ! K \ i : i > -s BUREAUS , DINING AND i : i ; i ; . tKF . tsT TABLES , SMMJS , BEDSTEADS , & C . Sic . And will at all times be ready to furnish , ; notice , any article of Furniture which they may not have on hand . Turning Lit ic attached to their it , they are also prepared to exen : d of PLAIN cV F . 1 XCY TUR . YI . YG . A-both of the firm prole- to be well acTl . eirt ni .- ST Plank and Produce will be received in payment for work . Springfield , Dec . 14 , 1831 . 6

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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* ltk in sou' s C ' askct , [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

* ltk in sou s C askct , ruospwri a OF A M-. tv voi . r . ME . Liirralm-e . Wit and Sentiment . A Muahlii IWiolieal . i . ai ne . ar TIE immber of volumes of the CASKET which have already been pul the faithfulness and punctuality of the pub¦ lisher in fill U „ ii ! i his patited with the work . to show its true character . The constantly iticreasin : ; patronnrre bestowed on the CASKET has enabled the publisher to make considerable improvements in the work . Its typograp hical appearance is much changed for the better , and the contents are much et es that the volume now proposed will not lie exceeded in respect to up i , the qu n . titvandquakv , and the value of the co periodical : and he ^ af-lv assorts it to be the cheapest pub- : lication of the kind in : The facilities for obtaining suitable articles for this work have , of late , much increased . Some of the best literary publications of Europe are regularly received at the office of the CASKET , as well sis the prominent ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

VHJtlSU GROCERIES . NOW OPENED , - f . Vo mistake ) in the corner Store of the new brick building ircst of the Public . Sauure . BSCrBSN RADFOJ 1 D , HAS just received an extensive assortGROCERIES , and other goods , among which are the following artiCogniac Brandy ; Monongahela Whiskey ; Pittsburg Whiskey : Peach Brandy ; Molasses : Mackerel ; Copal Varnish ; Madeira Wine ; Teneriffedo . ; Malaga do . ; Brown Sugar : Loaf do . ; Indigo ; Madder ; Powder ; Pepper : Stoughtoifs I . iturs ; Shming Soap ; Imperial Tea , fresh and good ; Melee Segars ; common do . ; Candy , assorted ; Xuirregs ; Pearl Ash ; Shou Pinking : Crayons : Camphor ; Penknives : Ojfdlls : Cinnamon ; OYSTERS ; Jamacia Rum ; Pins ; Chocolate ; Chalk ; Whiting ; Tuck Combs : Fine do . ; Tumblers ; Red Cords : Ink Powder : Slate Pencils ; fs . K . Rum : Writing Paper ; Crackers ; Ink Stands ; Snuff Boxes Tobacco , of various kinds , Alspice : COFFEE ; Copperas : Alum ; Shoe Blacking , and Brushes ; Brojrans , of goo...

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GOING TO SEA IX A STAGE COACH . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

GOING TO SEA IX A STAGE COACH . [ From the . Military Sketch Book . ] Ay : now we see it . And dure - do in ah 1 Souths * . In many , if not in most , of the Regiments of our Army , there is to be found a sort of Officer who is a privileged oddity , who takes liberties with nil his brethren of the impunity , and who pockets every thing short of a blow with the best possible humor . In Good Tee ; I . and Old Slickers , meaning tberebv . thr . t tiny can , -go - atthebottlc . and- . stick-aitl ,. ; . One of these , a Quartermaster of Infantry , with anoseofthc geirnne llardolph complexion , a rosy and eternal smile , a short figure , lined with a party of ¦ usually embarked the totally ov > rpo could not th : I , the inn ; nor were there any pi ¦ i \ lor the purpose : . opened the door of a private carriage which stood near , unshipped , from the wheels—ready for embarkation , and in a moment the sleeper was bundled into it , where he was left to his repose with the doo...

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Qn the Change * ' .... neriencedon the Globe . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

Qn the Change * .... neriencedon the Globe . [ From the E lia oi- all I . Yiiadephi , M . gazinn . ] Kos . il rem . ¦ ... a ! n Hhi .-I , hose primitive . h ... .- a .. ¦ I other beings ; form . —The M-ie .. U-- of die i . i , l formation for , ° i :. K .. P :,. A . « i ,,.. n . iihu cording to the various i under ihe predoinin uins iiiiliieme of a small number ofna-uril em-. ! .-, and c . nstiiute al , nidi life now presi extended from one pole to the bote of Che surface . The frozen regions of die iior . h , and ihe snow-clad sumonly hetwecii die tropics . As wu approach nearer to the present limes , we find in all places remains more and more re-einhlimr hose of die plants nl animals which mr . . • eue first causes , cm [ louring out o ( dun resulted ; die rav . ajparts of ihe continents a sist the inrkiei . destroyad nnd dis-i ; pean-l from ilnin it a proof of the » uci i • which we have poin ^! types bane bodei I ¦ mains are blended n i along with new roecii v . ard...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

: ire resided . . ¦¦ :,- 0 never corrected any 1 I or and thirst cs ! , ; custom .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL , DRUG , JIKIMC . 1 * . • _ AXD PAINT $ T H . L . HOFFMAN , htatid , one door belewthe Bank , just received by the steam boat Arab , H \ S and other late an EU 8 FU . i . AMI niMi ::: St \ rp « . Y OF DRUGS ; MEDICINES ; PAINTS DtE STUFFS—comprising a large aud general assortment of articles in bis line , which he offers to Physicians and country Merchants generally , on his jsual accomino rating terras , and at the lowest prices . All articles 11 ajTSOted as to kind and quality . sr . Lot 1 .

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To "A Bachelor , " [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

To A Bachelor , * Weil done , Mr . ¦• Jjsclie . or —I find it itruc . That you prefer to nnj song the cat s Is . all mow I Vour taste i . < - a aver complain Of the want of good cats , . \ lnle oicirdiioi reMay you have one old ca And another old c 0 . all your stories to tell : M iv you have ay . mg cat , to give you your bolus , And a great to ; i-c 1 , to watch w iicu you re sulus . May you li . vc still another- -apolii A go-between all parties---atrue Van Bnren rat ; Ami may you long h 11 c , of all lie cat-,: lieir blessing : And v . h ii again you write -cat-stud , eipeci a new dressing ! DOR ( . A 81 N A .

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SACRED FIRE OF THE INDIANS . Lewis [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

SACRED FIRE OF THE INDIANS . Lewis By Ca »» . iAIany of the peculiar customs which formerly existed among the Indian tribes are now preserved only in tradition ; of these , one of the most singular was an institution for the preservation of an eternal fire . All the rites and duties connected with it . are yet fresh in the recollection of ihe Indians ; and it was extinguished after the French arrived upon the great lakes . Tne prevalence of a similar custom among the nations ni the East , from a very early period , is well known to all who have traced the history and progress of hnrnaii superstitions . And from them it found its way to Greece and eventually to Rome . It is , not , perhaps , surprising that the element of fire should be selected as the object of worship , by nations ignorant of the true religion , and seeking safety in that system of polytheism , which declared the manners and morals of the most polished people of antiquity . The affections seem to require somethin...

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THE SNOW-DROP . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

THE SNOW-DROP . [ From the Journal of a Naturalist . ] Upon an old bank , tangled with bushes and rubbish , we find an abundance of that very early translated , and perfectly domesticated flower , the cottage snow-drop ; galanthus nivalis ; a plant that is undoubtedly a native of our island , for I have seen it in situations where nature only could introduce it ; where it was never planted by the hand of man , or strayed from any neighboring cultivation . — Yet in most places where we find this flower , it is of manifest or suspicious origin ; and with us it partakes of this latter character , though no remains of any ancient dwellings are observable near it . The damask rose , the daffodil , or the stock of an old bullace plum , will long remain ; and point out where once a cottage existed ; but all these , and most other tokens , in time waste away and decay ; while the snow-drop will remain , increase , and become the only memorial of man and his labors . Many flowers present s...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

DUKE CoKSTAKTiNE .-We have seen some attempts to rescue the character of the late Duke Constantine from the charge of barbarity towards the Poles . A recent work of authority , however , states that his temper was truly ferocious . He was known to have ordered a soldier five hundred lashes for having the seams of his gloves sewn inside instead of outside . A lady and gentleman having passed him one day in their carriage without recognizing him , were forced to labor on he public works , truidlim a borrow alone with convicts and deserters . An officer of the Lancers was forced to lerform some manoeuvres of great difficulty , which his horse s want of training prevented him from executing . Constantine cursed both man and beast . He called for muskets , and had a pile of them with bayonets fixed , set upon the ground , of the width of twelve feet , and then ordered the Lancer to leap over them . He sucoe , i .. ! . n accomplishing the frightful task , only to bs compelled to do it a s...

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YANKEE TRICK . friend has furnished witn tne lotiow [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

YANKEE TRICK . friend has furnished witn tne lotiow A us - ing narrative : —Time , 17— . Location . Albany Pounty , New York . Jonathan being tired of sweating for his father , because , to use his own words , he didn t git nothin but cabbage and homespun , and as for honors , he might have once been promoted to the rank of corporal , if his sire had not utterly refused to loan him his cast off regimentals . —But , for all his disappointed hopes , Jonathan was a shrewd personage , ready to gum the flats whenever an occasion offered , ami exceedingly ambitious of hoarding shiners which he could call his own . His pockets however never had felt the weight of a single fip which did not somehow or other find its way into the family locker . He therefore broke his allegiance with the old man , begged three and six-pence from his grandmother , and journeyed westward . Fortune adopted him as her own , and he soon fell in with a Dutchman , whose inner man borrowed its vivacity from hi...

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SUPPORT YOUR MECHANICS . is [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

SUPPORT YOUR MECHANICS . is A practice very prevlatit , in many towns , of neglecting too much the mechanics of the place . Next to the farmers they are the most useful class of citizens , and vet a disposition is often felt to avoid employing them , if possible , and to withhold from them such encouragement as would enable them to be as useful as they might be , and as they ought to be . If a coat or other garment is to be made ; if « hat , a pair of boots or shoes , a saddle or bridle or other article is to be procured , which a mechanic in the place ought to make or furnish , it is no unusual thing to employ a mechanic at a distance , to perform the work ; or to procure the article in some way which may be nominally less expensive , but which , in reality , considering the quality of the article , is considerably more so than it would be if a mechanic of the place had been called upon to manufacture it . This practice is productive of various evils . It sends from a place the mo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

Real estate in Cincinnati is said to havi risen nearly fifty per cent , within the last year A lot of land 56 by 66 , on which is a four sto ry building , was sold lately at auction for thi sum of § 36 , 000 . According to the census there were 2954 persons in the United States who were upwards of 100 years old .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

NtttLipic * TiorT . — The London Morning Herald of the 7 th IVorember , contains the following luminous explanation of the terms Nullification and Nullifier , as they are now ap / jiidin this country : — | We ut ^ ierstand tliat many of our readers are greatly puzzled at certain words recentlu brought into use in the United States in the I discussion of the tariff question . We allude to the terms Nullification and Nullifier . The literal meaning of these words it is very easy . to comprehend—the one signifying the act of : making none or null ; and the other a none or null-maker . It is , however , we presume , the the application of the terms by the Americans in the question alluded to which puzzles the English render . For tits information , then , we have to state that the opposers of high import duties in America are variously ratted anti-taeiff -men— -free traders , and nullijicrs . They are colled anti-tariff men , as the phrase imports , because they are against the ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

A .- * KCDOTES .--7 % e late Dr . Mcrncth / would never permit his patients to talk much . Ibcould not succeed in silencing a loquacious old lady but by the following expedient ; put out your tongue , madam . Ihe lady complied . . Vote keep it there till I have done talking : An old lady , very much inclined to be prosy , once sent to him , and began by saying , that her complaint had commenced when she was only three years old . The . professor rose abruptly andleft the house . —It was observed to Dr . Abernerthy . that he appeared to live much like other people , and by no means to be bound by his own rules . lie replied that he wished to act according to his own precepts , only he had such a devil of an appetite

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

The most manifest sign of wisdom is checrJuliess : iu be always serene .

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FOREIC ^ iwrcws . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

FOREIC ^ iwrcws . [ From London papers to the » kh November . ] ENGLAND . —The Burkina ; cases continued to excite much alarm in London : me of the offenderi , hy the name of Shields , had made a confession which led to the arcst of several persons . There had been an affair in the county of Killkenny in Ireland between a body of soldiers and some peasantry . The London Courier of the 30 th Nov . contained the daily repmt of the cholera at Sunderland . Nov . 28 . Remained al last report 32—new cases 14—total 46—recovered 6—died 8—remaining 32 . — There had been 294 cases since Oct . 26 , 1831 ; deaths 86 . // is now admitted by the government physicians to be an Asiatic disease . Out of 10 new cases reported \ on the 21 th Nov . 8 died before ( he ensuing morning : the disease vas evidently j on the increase and had extended its ravages to New Castle . PRANCE . —A letter from Lyons , of Nov . 21 , states that dreadful riots had taken place between the manufacturers ...

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THE VICE PRESIDENCY ' . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

THE VICE PRESIDENCY . fFor the Sangamo Journal . 1 To the members of the Jackson RcpMica meeting lately held at Var . dalia , w ! lc !> nominated RICHARD M . JOUX ^ OJY , for Vice President . You are no longer to be nurrered among the faithful of the Democrat ! - a ( , « on Party ! The ban has gone out agair ** you ! ffc has said it . who hurls his formations from behind | the masked battery n > prmirfield : He has ^ ested Jacksomsm is a said it . whose disir proverb ! , , . „ . , , Wlth deception ; with beYou are char ^ ing under tV influence of a prime mover — which pime mover is told with the charof the masked gentleman , acterisf ^ -modesty that be should go into retirement , and leave all political matters to himself ! I have no doubt that the writer , who assumes to be law , judge , and executioner , in | this case , would be well satisfied should every individual who has given his honest support to the administration , and who has stood the storm wh...

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