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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

SPRINGFIELD PRICES CURRENT . J GRAIN . —Whe ! . I . V l , erbushel , ifO 50 Rye , « * 371-2 Oats , 25 Com , 25 FLOUR and MEAL . Flour , per bbl . 4 00 a 5 00 do . per 100 lbs . 2 00 a 2 25 Buckwheat Flour , perewt . 3 00 Corn Meal , per bushel 50 BEANS , white , 37 a 50 Castor Beans 76 SEED , Flax , •< 50 Blue Grass seed , 2 00 Timothy • 4 00 POTATOES , •< 25 Sweet do . 75 ONIONS , • 371-2 BUTTER , pei lb . 121-2 CHEESE , . 6 1-1 a 8 LARD , . 61-4 BACON , . 5 a 8 CANDLES , . 10 all TALLOW , . 6 1-4 IIIDL .-. Dry , • . 10 Green - 5 BEES WAX , - 16 2-3 RAGS , - - 2 a 2 1-2 WHISKEY , gallon , - 40 HONEY , • - 50 EGGS , per dozen , - 12 HOPS . lb . - - 8 PORK , 100 lbs . 2 25

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

-iBmHSHJQ TflJb , JOUR ] ¥ AL . Not the glory ofCaisar , but the welfare of Rome . PFHra T OriX 3 Z , D— -MARCH 1 , 1333 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

I . NCINNATTI , FEB . 14 . IC The Flood ! ! ! The Ohio since our last notice has continued to rise rapidly . Early on Sunday morning it touk a fresh start , and continued during the day to rise at the rate of \ about 3 inches per hour . Yesterday it rose i at the rate of about one inch per hour , over- [ flowing the greater part of the third and fourth | wards . Water street is navigable for boats of i almost any tonnage . The Robert Fulton , — , which left yesterday for Louisville , was obliged to back \ jp the street to clear the Uncle Sam . The office of the Commercial Advertiser , at the corner of Water and Front street , is flooded with water about four feet on the first floor . Our publishing office at the corner of Columbia and Main is surrounded with water , but we hope to reach it this morning by small craft . The destruction of propertyis immense—cellars filled with water—board j yards swept ot every stick of timber—and some houses already on the move . Since | wri...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

We are authorised to state , that Col . JAMES M . STRODE , of Galena is a candidate for the Senate of this state , for the counties of Cook , Lasellc , Putman , Peoria , Rock Island , and Jo . Davics .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

Attempt to mu-.-. U the Press . —On the 7 lh inst . the Editor of the li I .. I . IIWII . I Enquirer took ground of Stlawri which offended one of Ins subseaibeis , aiiieiiiherot the Senate of Virginia . n ho was an advocate for slavery . He withdrew his name , and so piciitlv addressed amanifesio to Ins constituents in the counties of Me . Halifax , reecoiiiuiei . tliug to lit in tod to die people of eastern Virgin ! i , to lull j , ! , lic meetings , to consider the propriety of discontinuing the use of the Enquirer ¦ Washington , Jan . 11 , 1332 . Mr . Adams , you know , is ch lirmtin of thecommittee on manufactn . i s . At the committee this morning , he came out ia ihe most decided manner in favor of a reduction of the duties , u .-itig substantially tin- stiong language—Mr . Clay s propoailion is entirely inadmissible ; it keeps die word of promise to the e . r an . ) breaks it to tile sense . 1 am for affording substantial relief to the South ; their complaints are justâ€...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

JIfrs . Royal is out against the Tariff—in her Paul Pry , of last week , she says— We wish Congress yvould take the duty off of FLANNEL ; we are nearly frozen to death ; and let them do it soon . The Ninnies are talking nonsense all time , and tve women freezing to death ; what will they do if all the women freeze up V

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

The Reform bill hns again passed the British House of Commons . The Cholera was spreading . Disturbances had happened in Ireland ; at Waterford , 19 police men were killed by the people . Lyons continued to be tranquil . The majority for the reform bill , 162 .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

The New Apportionment bill is under discussion in the House of Representatives . — • Missouri cannot hope to obtain more than two representatives : Illinois will he entitled to three . If the ratio be fixed at 48 , 000 , oi 50 , 000 , as is most likely , the number of representatives from some of the old states will be diminished . The great Debate in the Legislature ol Virginia , on the Abolition of slavery , has terminated . The report of the commitee declnrinrr it inexpedient now to act , was adopted—73 to 53 ; and with it Mr . Bryce s preamble , which looks to action at a future time . The result is deemed favorable to abolition . A very important proposition is pending before Congress , being a resolution to inquire into the expediency of appropriating money from the Treasury of the U . States , for the purpose of colonizing free people of color from this country , on the coast of Africa or elsewhere . The resolution was introdi -ed by Mr , Jenifer . The House determined ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

[ From the Bock Spring Pioneer . ] Corn-sickness . J— It is known to the farmers of Illinois , that owing to the uncommon season , which prevented corn from ripening in due time , there is much that is unsound . If this is ground into meal and used by the people , soon as the warm season commences , the consequences will be fatal . jMortal sickness will prevail . Every farmer and miller should be particularly cautious on this subject , as from the external appearance of the ear in many cases no danger would be apprehended . In shelling corn for the mill , the cob should be broken and examined . If the pith , and that portion of the grain which enters the cob appears of a dark or purplish color , the grain is gangrenous . and must not be used for bread . This damaged corn may be distilled into whiskey , and as it vvill contain the poisonous principle in a highly contracted form , it will tend to kill off all the whiskey drinkers . By means of temperance societies and other measures...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

Mr . Ewing of Ohio , h is l .. i I ihe following resolutions on the table of the Senate for eons , delation : Ilesolccd , That the practice of removing public offi-etsbv the President , for any otber purpose . ion of die laws , crcontempiaii I s daring ex tenthe public service—and dangerous to ihe liberties of - the people . Resolved , Tint it is incxpe lient for the senate to advise and consent to die appouitment of any person to a supposed vacancy in any office ucea - sioned by the removal of a prior i ,. „ rnboiit , unless such priur incumbent shalt appear to have been removed for sufficient cause .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

There is no doubt that the U . S . schooner Sylph , which sailed from Hampton Roads on the 30 th of June last , for the protection of the live oak , between the Perdido and Sabine river in the Gulph of . Mexico , has shared the fate of the Hornet , and ull on board perished . — This vessel has not been heard of since her

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

fAMIln . lTES FOIt AUGUST F . LECTIO > . For SA « -i ^ ..... JAMES I ) . HENRY . For senator .... WM . F . ELKIN . GEORGE FORQUER . For RcpresentaliirsJOlliS DAWSON , ARCHER G . HF . HNDON . PETER CARTWRIGHT . THOMAS M . NEALE . JOHN T . STEWART . ForC ... C . imtiiHsioner ... Itl . irni ; NHAmMSON .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

Married—In Salt Creek settlement , in this county , by Bryant Bashaw , Esq . JVfr . JBSSB i . Ul LItttSE to MiSS LUCINDA BwpaBS . i In tliisvill ge b . Thus . Moidev , Esq . Mr . Jons 1 KtH , to Miss ft „ u BALLARD . At Rock Spring . III . on the 16 th inst . Mr . I ASHFOKU . SMITH , printer of the Pioneer , to Miss i HANNAH F . PEC * , eldest daughter of Rev . J .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

GRF . AT FLOOD JS TIIE OHIO . Tiie Editors of the Journal received hist evening , an interesting ; letter on this subject , a copy of which is annexed . Steam Boat Talisman . ) St . Louis , Feb . 22 , 1832 . > . Messrs . Editors , I beg to say that we left Cincinnati a week ince . The city then presented a scene of strange and dreadful distress . Many of the streets were so inundated that the ordinary operations of business were completely at a stand ; and all who tire not busily occupied in rescuing their families and property from the flood , stood gazing with apprehensions at the advancing wall is . Hundreds of families whom private charily could not relieve , were driven to worksimps , und pub !; .-1 uil-lings , for shelter . Tbe court house and churches were thrown open for their reception , : ; ml the fact that there was in one instance forty families crowded beneath the roof of one building , will enable you , with some accuracy , to estimate the sufferinsr . Many ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

Departed this life on the 25 th inst . after a short illness , caused by inflammation of the Lungs , THOMAS ZECHARIAH , son of Dr . ELKIN of this place , aged two years . Ilo--.- short , . all :-. ! the thread of human life ! * . ) t those who live their three score years and ten ; But all ! bow short , dear little Thomas , thine ? Fur st- l-ee Inn \ a arsh iy e past since fir ., l ! . ; , ! liuht -. v will sec no more Of light , or -HI . Ml ... uiatal vis ,,,,, seen . Ioo sl ,., rt fo .- lit . , ; io kno-. v , of good or ill , What others know , « le .-e lives h ice longer been . 11 t Han lent as h is oca riihy stay on earlb , A thousand tender . i s were turned about The hearts of iby surviving relatives . ihv tender p , rents left to mourn their loss , aunt t ,. ! v thus theirchild , On « bom their love and hopes were fondly fix-d . Full n fi v bile in ., - II : j o er thy tittle grave , I ll- - il drop i te , r . -i- • 1 ic- ir for tliee . Could we but lit ! the veil which h...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

We have long held the opinion that the friends of Mr . Van Buren intended to secure his nomination for the Vice Presidency at the Jackson Convention , to be held in Baltimore , the ensuing spring . Since the rejection , some of the papers devoted to him , have come out upon the subject . The Globe of the 30 th January , contains the following remark : What change the wanton and unjust rejection of this gentleman by his political rivals in tbe senate with a view to his destruction , will produce upon the wishes and determinations of the Republican party , remains to be developed . The National Republican of Cincinnati , a Van-Burcn paper , says—The Democracy of the Union will take the indignity to herself . She will unfold the broad banner of the people s cause , and Jackson and Van Buren will henceforth be the Slogan of the contest ! As connected with this subject , we annex an extract of a letter from James Watson Webb , one of the editors of the New York Courier and Enquirer , a...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

We lay before our readers the official account of the refusal of the Senate to confirm the appointment of MARTIN V \ y BUREN | as Minister to England . The injunction of secrecy has been removed from the debate as j well as other proceedings on the occasion . We j are thus enabled to possess ourselves vf the reaso . is which led to the rejection ; and we do believe that when laid before the people , they will be deemed entirely satisfactory . We congratulate our countrymen that the Senate have not shrunk from their constitutional duty . — The order of debate was as follows : Messrs . Chambers , Smith , Clayton , Marcy , Foot , Webster , Clay , Brown , Ewing , Poindexter , Forsyth , Huyrte , Frelinghuysen , Moore and Mangum . We have copied Mr . Websters remarks , and shall those of some of the other gentlemen , sufiutieut at Wst to give a distinct view of all the considerations brought forward both to sustain nnd defeat the nomination . We have always supposed lhat the nomination ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

We have concluded in this paper the publi- I catijn of the lengthy speech of Mr . HATNE . j He has advanced in it , as we believe , many untenable positions : but , taken altogether , it is certainly a brilliant effort . South Carolina may well be proud of her Senator . He has argued her cause with a spirit and ability that must every where command for him the most profound respect . Mr . CLAY delivered a speech in reply to Mr . Hayne , on the 2 d ult . Vhe Intelligencer pronounces it equal , in every respect , to any of Mr . Clay s best efforts of former days . We shall publish this speech as soon as we receive it ; and then our readers will have a view of the whole ground occupied by the tariff and anti-tariff parties . I

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

The Washington Globe—the known organ of the administration—contains an article upon the rejection of Mr . Van Buren , which says , in speaking of means to destroy the powers of the Senate—My remedy should go the root of the evil ! Cut them down to [ a term of ] two years , tm 1 stiip them of the power of confirming or rejecting nom-

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 1 March 1832

Are the managers of the Globe mad ? Is the Constitution to be subverted because the Senate of the United States—probably the most dignified , patriotic and incorruptible body of men in the world—have seen fit to rebuke Martin Van Buren for acts , which this same Globe has not undertaken to defend?—Truly , we have fallen upon evil times .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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