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

JABEZ ( iPPS i ^ IIE STOM subscriber & respectfull omowv y begs leave * to ** inform his customers and the public generally , that he has now on hand , and intends to keep constantly at his old stand sin Main Street , a general assortment of DRY GOODS 4- GROCERIES , Which he will sell on the ¦ I terms , mid tor u ! ich In v , dl tal . < inpw » ent , Wheat , Flour , Corn . M « al , Buckwheat , Honey , Beeswax . Tallow . Hulls . Fork , Bacon . Lard , Blitter , Cheese , Beans , Hops , Dried Fruit , Rags , Vi lnskev , & c . & . c . ( Lr-Opposite the Post Office , he has recently opened a good assortment of the best GROCERIES , which will lie sold low lor Cash or any kind of Country Produce . Springfield , Nov . 8 .

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

raw ©@@© s 8 THE subscriber has just received , and now offers for sale a large and splendid assortment of new , cheap and fasliionable GOODS , Well adapted to the present and approaching seasons , consisting in part of the following arBlue , black , brown and drab Cloths , Casafnetts , Cassimeres , Flannels and Calicoes of the latest style . 3-4 , 4-4 , 5-4 brown and bleached Shirtings . A handsome assortment of Bombazetts and Bombazines ; Leghorn and Navarino Bonnets : men s , women s and children s Morocco and Leather Shoes : wool & fur Hats . A larr / e assortment of Tinware . —A large and elegant assortment Of QUEE . XSWAME .

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

^ f « HE IWEWS subscriber has established win m Spring > - m field , near the Public Square , a Potter s Ware Manufactory ; and will be able to supply all orders in his line of business on good terms . f-CT ^ WANTED—In exchange for Ware , Clean Cotton and Linen RAGS ; for which two and a half cents per pound will be allowed . Most kinds of Country produce will also be received in exchange for Ware . JOHN N . EBEY . Springfield , Nov . 10 , 1831- Iff

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

GLASS CUTTING . —The subscriber is prepared to en : Window Gloss to way pat• ii . and all oiher vi ork belongitx lo t e ( I \ Z lEES business . S . CONANT . Springfield , Dec . 2

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REVENUE LAW OF ILLINOIS . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 16 February 1832

REVENUE LAW OF ILLINOIS . Sec . 1 . Ue in enacted by the People of the j Stale of Ilinois , represented in the General Assembly , That all lands claimed bv individuals or bodies politic or c -rporatc , whether by deed . entry , bond fbrconveynnf e . patent , cranf , or otherwise : except town lots , lands belonging to the United States or this state , nnd such otlier lands as arc exempted from taxation , by virtue of the compact between the United States and this state . ; are hereby declared subject to taxation ; and , for that purpose , are hereby divided into classes , valued and taxed as follows : Lands of the first quality shall compose the first class , shall be valued at four dollars , and taxed at the rate of two cents per acre : Lands of the second quality , shall compose the second class , shall be valued at the rate of three dollars , and taxed at the rate of one and a half cents per acre , -. Lands of the third qualify shall compose the third class , shall be valued at t...

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-Ma . OLAT'SSPBaBOH . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

-Ma . OLATSSPBaBOH . REDUCTION OF DUTIES . IN SENATE , JANUARY 11 . is . . ? . The following resolution , submitted liy Mr . Ciay C rJilrid , TlVitthe .-V .-ti , ™ . ! U . iv « i « marlW « imported from f , reign , ¦ , „ , „ , „ -. w , h i V . lijVu-x , a _; L- irHM ^! , ^ vi . ^ ajri fUxeMw li u iug beet , road , Mr . CLAY rote , an 1-addresseJ i ! ie Senate as follows : bereiilv tod-fend and aiopartT Mv objectnow i * to limit myself to ibe presentation of eortaiu views and principles connected . ith the present fi-nane-i ll eon iition of t ! i i country . A consideration of the siatu of the public revenue lias become necessary in consequence of ill ¦ : near approach of die entire extinction of the pudie debt ; and I concur with you , sir , in believing . n it . ¦ ¦¦•; : . ¦ a 10 make a s at ¦ isfactorv adjustment uf the Ta . iif debt clnerlv arose on ,,, nominated the second contest for N itional Indcnoiipretiarerl and proposed by a friend of vours aid the lame...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

THF , JOURNAL , iTTObi a ? in the new brick huildin * frontinr ; the 1 ulili ¦; Sipi are . north-west of the Court House . UZTvr 5 TniRS . TERMS OF rnr . JOURNAL . — -Twodollars and fifty cents a-ye ir , if p ii I in advance : three dollars , if paid at the cxpiriiion of si , mouths ; and three dollars and fifty coats , if settled for at the close of tile year . u-S * No papers to be discontinued without duo notice , and die payment of all arrearages . AnvEnTisEMEri rs inserted at the usual rates . A deduction will be nude to [ hose who advertise by the year . ETA 1 I letters , on business with the office , must be posit paid . # ****** # ;« : **; ir ; S : Hs && aY ^ £ fc * JOB pRiivniro . I | 3 Of every description , neatly executed BtJC a ? the Journal Office . | J

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KB .. HA-JITE'S £ P 2 E < 3 H . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

KB .. HA-JITES £ P 2 E &amp;lt; 3 H . IN SENATE , JAN . 10 , 1 &amp;amp; 32 . i The Senate resumed ihe consideration of Mr . Clay s resolution on die siiujefil of a reduction of duties . Mr . [ fyne moved to amend the resolution , by striking ien all-liter the w „ rd • countries i Be so reduced thai the amount of Ihe public revenue shall lie sufficient to defray the expenses of governnient , according to their present scale , after the payment of the public neb ; ; and that , allowing a reason idle time for ihe jni &amp;lt; lunl reduction of die present hiab duties ii tin-nruele . s coining into comp .-iitioti with sim . lar articles made or produced in the ( anted States , the duties be ultimately tniitdizeij , so that the dices on no article shall , as compared uiih the value of that ru-nle , vary materially from the general average . Mr . IlAyrsE addressed the senate in support of his proposition as follows : The senator from Kentucky , ( IWr . CLAY , ) commenced...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

CHOLERA . MORBUS . —The origin of this disease , says the . London Quarterly Repine , is not known . It broke out at Jessore , about a hundred miles south east of Calcutta , in Jlngust , 1817 . •• Spreading from village to tillage , and destroying thousands of the inhabitants , it reached Calcutta early in September . It then spread into other places in the country , taking different towns in succession : and at length it appeared in the grand army , and i V -nlvally extended over a large portion of Hindostan . The Reviewers then folloiv the disea- ef &amp;gt; om place to pi fee , and from country to country , and among others , the Isles of France and Bourbon , to the . dralian coast of the Persian Gulf , into Arabia and Persia . In Bassora , which contained 00 , 000 inhabitants , in 14 days it destroyed from 15 to 18 , 000 persons . In seven months , it had extendedfrom Carmania to Judea , over a space of not less than a hundred leagues and reached the shores of the Medi...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

[ For the Saugamo Journal . f Since the various candidates for the Legislature have taken the turf , I have frequently heard it remarked that there would be no business of importance to transact by that body at their next session—consequently men holding those opinions do not feel that interest they should do in selecting men fitted for that honorable station ; ( or , rather , would be honorable , if preferment was a mark of honesty or talent . ) To be brief , however , it , is my opinion that the legislature , at their next sesssion , will have it in their power to do more to advance the interest of their constituent ! than has ever been done at any one session since the organization of the state . I will not undertake to ennumerate the many subjects that may claim the attention , of our representatives . One . however , which I consider of vital importance to the people of Illinois , is the enormous per cent , at which money is loaned . I would ask , why it is worth in this coun...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

_ . _ TIIE JorR ; % A ii . Aotthcnloryofc . -ar . hut the well t 3 PHlIHaPIirLl &amp;gt; --STBBV 23 , 1033 .

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To the Small Beer Poets . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

To the Small Beer Poets . Id rather be a hitte . n and cry mew , ¦ Than one of these same metre ballad mon Bfrs SHAKESPEARE . Ill tickle your cat-astrophes . MVSI . LF . Of bards and cats , and such like stuff , I think ihe town has had enough . Old bachelors , a stubborn crew , May love to hear their tabbies mew ; And doomd to lead a sit ;; lc bf ., Chop , e w bat is nearest to a wife . Tis but a cunning fetch of iheirs , To gain th affection cf the fairs ; And by their love to tabbies , show How fierce the flame for tlum would glow . But Ihe chief diff rence I can see Is—which s the most expensive she . Now lathes , don t v our bard condemn , I m just ihe s ; une as oilier men ; And hold all cats in cqti d store . Whether on tw o legs or on four . That is to say , I lo \ e ihe sex , Tho cats w ill claw and women vex ; And if the first 1 do prefer , I llgive the dears my reason therefor . ( Oh . ll ..-rhyme I How hard it is to make it chime ?) first then , she s -ilciit—( gift...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

TAKEN UP , BY O . M . Ross , two estray HORSES , at Havana , 111 . of the following descrip- . tion : One a white or light gray Horse , about I 13 1-2 hands high , four or five years old , appraised at forty dollars : and one bay horse 14 hands high , two white hind feet , some sad- | die spots , and a small star in the forehead . Ii or 12 years old , both natural trotters , appraisat thirty dollars , by us , ! ed JAMES BIRCHFIELD . JOSEPH BUTTLES , Havana , Jan . 1 , 1832 . 15

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

Senator Benton is altogether unfortunate in his projects so far , the present season . His resolutions for inquiring into the expediency of abolishing the duties on salt and ¦ blankets , were disposed of contrary to his wishes . His project for declaring the present paper currency of the United States Bank illegal . was promptly negatived . Senator Buekner made a speech against the proposition , and both he and Mr . Robinson , of this State , voted against it . Col . Benton s popularity at Washington seems to be quite as low asinMis-

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

We learn by a gentleman from St . Louis that the nomination of Mr . VAN BFRF . N was 1111J ECTF . D by the casting vote of the Vice Presidout . Mr . Weblet s speech delivered in secret session on the occasion , is published in tbe Times , fie oppose 1 ihe nomination on the ground of the instructions lo Mr . Mcl . ane concerning the Westlulu lr ale . We have no farther particulars .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

We h ivc had no regular eastern mail for the last six weeks . The St . Louis mail Ae on Monday last has not yet arrived .

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ILLINOIS MONTHLY MAfiAZlNE . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

ILLINOIS MONTHLY MAfiAZlNE . CONTENTS or No . XV . I . The Editor s Message , fin this article he Editor notices the progressive improvements in fhe Slate of Illinois . Among the fiicts stated is the follow ing ;—tint Illinois wheat flour is considered in Huston to be superior to Baltimore flour ; lhat it is preferred by the bakers of St . Louis over that of Ohio ; and lhat recently in Louisville , it sold for fifty rents per hbl . more than the best Ohio . flour . Wheat raised in Illinois last veir weitred sijty eight pounds per bushel . —Of Beardstovvn the editor says , It is a town on the Illinois , to which steam boats are continually rtfnning , an 1 at which probably more soods and passengers have been landed • his v ear than any mher town on that river ; but it has started up within he l-isit eodifcen months . -.- The editor e dculates that the population of Illinois in 1 * 40 will he upwards of IWl . nfli ! ; -ml ,-onclu les by savins that the publication of the M-ir-a ...

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LETTER FROM ENGLAND . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

LETTER FROM ENGLAND . Extractol a letter trom Rev . A . Nettlelon , to the Editor of the Connecticut Observer , dated Nottingham . Eng . Oct , 4 th , 1831 . Nottingham is 125 miles north from Lonelon , containing say 60 , 000 inhabitants , on an area of about one mile square . It is the . residence of the Duke of Newcastle . I reside at the house of the Mayor of vhis town , whose term of office has just expired . He is a dissenter , and a professor of religion in an indei trch . Last sabbath morning , as we were walking to church in company , our attention was arrested by a crowd that seemed to he gathering arouncl the post office . We heard repeatedly a simultaneous shout of indignation , but knew not the cause . News had arrived that the reform bill hud been rejected by the House of The Mayor , having received a number of requisitions , culled a meet hit ; of the inhabitants on Monday morning . They assembled in an area in the centre of the town . I stood with a brother minister ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

EDUCATION- or FARMERS . —If it should be ( bund by experiment thai schools established upon the principleof a division of time between labor and study , are the most profitable , what t &amp;gt; there to prevent the house ot every firmer from becoming a seminary , and the liar . il . urists of our country , Iho mostlearncd ofanyelassofcommunity , We reply , nothitvi . It h . i-= been s ,.: that our common tanners w a of people that did not read much , audi we grant that tit ore has been too much truth in the observation . It has often been said bv them that they have no time to read . This is not correct . — They , above nil other classes of society , have the most leisure for reading and meditation ; and they , above all others ? , should become the scientific men ol otireotintrv . The common avocations of life need not be at all infoTupleil by ( lie appropriation of snfTicient time to make them well versed in every thing that is useful . Let u * inquire into the business o...

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OPINIONS OF NULLIFICATION . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 23 February 1832

OPINIONS OF NULLIFICATION . rFrom tin- iN .-v York Constellation . 1 one of our late rambles ihrouirli tin- O , iii-i ,. i- , , 1 Emporium - , ill , 1 particular subject ,. u-, we take tlie 1-1- ---, t ,., ] ,,. &amp;lt;; , r n ,,, benefit of I irier , an . l an A l .-i-l before him hi-, fivorii ,-Ii ,, i , or . to wii : the Engash ,,,, plus ; ,. ,, his whiskey eii . i .-a ; tie- I iiiielcreu , les I , In , kstiaip ; and the Jus- . UMag li-s ,--,-s from a newspaper on which he ti eel ,,.-, ; i m . isirously poring , broke sit with— Tli , il , . &amp;lt; 1 lain tins 1 ,, irJ word ! It -:-.. lis in my throat for all ihe world like a great I c in in ike mo ther head nor tail o ii—nor swallow it up or down—nor git jt anv ihii I , way at all at -ill—bad lack to HI ¦ Wat is !) !¦• won ? asked ihe Uuiehman . • That s what Id like to be after knowing mv- . • Well , just shpoll it lo mo , can t ye , and Ill broir , I mane—I know the cord : but me ditiiiitiou u v . b...

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