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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

WANTED apprentice to to tho Printing Business . A AN Lad from 13 to 15 years old , of good habits . in . l suitable education . v . ill fuid a situation bv applying at the Journal Office . Jan . ft .

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

^ OTIOSE . k LL persons indebted to »\ M . MASMNU , i » - jr . in this place and vicinity , are request , edto call at his store in Springfield , and make payment . This notice must be attended to , or coercive measures will be used to secure a collection of his accounts . I . S . HOUSE , Agtent . Springfield , Jan . 26 , 1832 . —12

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

MOTHBCfl Wiim iJJHE subscriber has established in Springto . field , near the Public Square , a Potter s Ware Manufactory ; £ tid will be able to supply all orders in his line of business on good terms . ( Tr-W ANTED- - In exchange for Ware , Clean Cotton and Linen RAGS ; for which two and a half cents per pound will be allowed . Most kinds ofCountry produce will also be received in exchange for Ware . JOHN N . EBEY . Springfield , Nov . 10 , 1831- Itf

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

JABEZ CAPPS fiVtiffll & $ 3 G 021 fi 7 < 5 W 1 E subscriber respectfully 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 on Main Street , a general assortment of DRY GOODS Sf GROCERIES , Which he will sell on the most reasonable terms , and for which he will take in payment . Wheat , Flour , Corn , Meal , Buckwheat , Honey , Beeswax , Tallow , Hides , Pork , Bacon , Lard , Butter , Cheese , Beans , Hops . Dried Fruit . Rags , Whiskey , fac . & . c . tt ^ Opposite the Post Office , he has recently opened a good assortment of the best GROCERIES , which will be sold low for Cash or any kind of Country Produce . Springfield , Nov . 8

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

Groceries & Liquors JOHNSON & KESLER , RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Springfield and its vicinity , that they have just received , and are now opeuini ; ( in their new fruine building on the north side ot the Public Square , opposite the Market House , ) a splendid sorting BOCERIES , I unsistin- ; in port „/// ,,. fol oirin-f articles .- C-. tV .-e : Tea-: Cbn . ol „ et Sugar : Pe ^ er ; Alspice ; dinger : Cm . iaii . on ; Cloveb ; Nuti . K g =. An .- . < , it of ( .... !> : Cr . ckors ; rnftSausatfea ; : ¦ r . Indigo ; ... ill I ! mt : Tar ; ¦ n . nd Peach Brand * Ruin ; Ciin : Wlii-kev ; Peppermint Cordial ; Madeira Tei . eial t : and Mai go . Wine ; Collin s AXES , Together w i . b other articles in our line too . hu- - \ 11 uf u In ! , tb . v will ? ell low for Cash , Bces«¦„ , Dry Hid , -. Tdiow , Wheat , flour , CornuiaaL Bu .-kv-h .-it . IIunev , 11 icon . Butter , Cheese , Beatw , If .,,-. Dry fruit , Rags , \ V h...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

JOSEPH CIIARLESS & SON . WHOLESALE & . RETAIL DRUGGISTS , Main Street , St . Louis . HAVE just received a large supply o ; DRUGS & MEDICINES , SURGEQJSS INSTRUMENTS , DIE STUFFS . PAINTS . GLASSWARE , 3-c , d ^ c . Which , with their former stock , comprise one of the largest assortments ever offered in St . Louis , among yvhich will be found the following : Antimony , cruae Mortars , ditto pulverized , Nutmegs , Alcohol , § J of Olives , Acid Muriatic of Almonds , Acid , Nitric of Castor , cd prsd Acid , Sulphuric of Lemon , Aqua-fortis , • ofBergamot , Arrow Root , of Cloves , Blue Pills , of Cinnamon , Burgundy Pitch , of Juniper , Balsam of Fir , of Wormseed , of Tolu , of Peppermint , of Copaiva , of Spruce , of Peru . • ofPiperine . Berries , Juniper Allspice , Brimstone , Pepper . Bed Pans , Red Precipitate , Blacking . Pearl Ash , Cubebs . Pocket Lights ^ Oantharides , Quicksilver , Greta ppt . Qassia , Garb , of Iron , Gentian , of M...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

IVSKEE itf AW & . GRAHAM * , RESPECTFULLY inform the citizens of Illinois and Mi -on i . tint the hue commenced MASCFACTURING UATri : n , the , ity of St . Louis , and will keep on baud , i genera ! assortment , which they will warrant to be enjual to any manufactured in the Cnite 1 - The unlet-isria . ! ll . tiers himself , from his long ii Hats , that he can give general satisfaction . DtovMHI MKRCH- NTS ore invited to caU . It is hoped that by paving a strict attention to bu--iness , they will receive a share of public patronage . All orders will be thankfully received and punctually attended to . inrPersons wishing to purchase Hats c-in be supplied either on Main Street , directly opposite J . BAI-I . Merchant Tailor , or oa M irkct Street , next door to LAVEIIXE & . MORTON S Carpenter shop . WM . COX , AGENT . St . Louis , November 1 , 1 * 31 . lyl

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

ST . laOtrcs © EiOTUra ® STOEffifl C . H . ROGERS & CO . THE subscribers would respectttilly inform their friends and the public , that they have just received from New-York , per steam-boat Cleopatra , Sic . ; and are now opening an extensive assortment of FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING . All of yvhich has been made up tt ithin three months , expressly for the St . Louis market , and will be warranted to he equal to any ever offered in St . Louis—the proprietors having spared neither pains or expense in manufacturing , The subscribers are confidentthat their articles are such as will continue to give satisfaction to their customers . They consist in part of—Blue , Black , Brown , Olive and Mixed OVERCOATS , COATS , COATEES and PANTALOONS , Superfine Black and Blue Cloth VESTS , with velvet rolling collars ; do . plain : Silk , Silk velvet and Valentia rolling collar VESTS : do . plum ; Drub and Fearfought Ir \ Coax ¦ ; PILOT COATS : MO . NKI : Y JACKETS : Super blue Cl...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

SHEET IRON , JAPAN AND TIN WARE MANUFACTORY . O . D . FXX . X . BV , WOULD inform the Merchants and Citizens of Illinois , that he has established in Main Street , St . Louis , a manufactory of Sheet Iron , Japan and Tin Ware , on a sufficiently extensive scale , to supply all orders in his line of business . All articles made under his direction will be executed in the best manner and warranted to do good service . They will be sold as low as similar articles can be purchased at any establishment in the Western Country . OyWANTED TO PuacBASE—Bees Wax , Old Peyvter , Copper and Brass , and clean linen Rags if brought in large quantities . St . Louis . November 1 . 1831 . 1

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

DOCTORS MERRYMAN & RUTLEDGE , RESPECTFULLY inform the public that diey have removed their office to the bouse situated lu tn een C iptain Russells Tavern and tho d welling of Col . John Taylor . Nov . 10 , 1831 . ]

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

FALL AND WINTER GOODS . JOHN WILLIAMS has just opened at the old stand , a large and general assortment of DRY GOODS , GROCERIES , HARDWARE , QtEENSWARE , IRON , CASTINGS , SALT , LEATHER , & C . & C . Which he is determined to sell at the lowest Springfield prices for Cash , Butter , Beeswax , Young Cattle , Wheat , Flour , Corn Meal , Beans , Hemp , Country Linen , Tallow , Dry Hides , Deer Skins , Fur Skins , Flaxseed , kc . Springfield , Nov 7 , 1831 . 1

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

JUSTICES BLANKS FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

BLANK DEEDS , For sale at the Journal Office .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

TAILORING . THE subscriber has removed ( £ r--ipstairs , in the new brick building , nearly opposite the Court House , where he will execute all orders in his fine of busness with neatness and despatch . He has made arrangements to receive the latest Fashions from New York , and will make Gentleman s Clothing , and Ladies Habits , « n the most fashionable , or in a plain , style , as he shall receive directions . WM . KIRKMAN . Springfield , November 16 , 1831 . 2

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 8 March 1832

SP 5 ? I fcOFiEfD ftOTEI . Opposite the Court House , ( West . ) PT WIIORTONRA NSDELL . THE subscriber has taken the Tavern stand recently occupied by Mr . Reuben Radford , directly west of the 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 . He will pay particular attention to his stables—where horses shall be furnished with corn or grain , and otherwise be well taken care of . It will he his object nt all times to make his house , the home of the traveller ; and he respectfully solicits a share of the public patronage . W . RANSDELL . Springfield , Jan . 19 , 1832 . 11

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

nir . JOIR . VAL , [ pOfficein the new brick l . itil . iin * r . frni , tiri » tho PubHuSquuru , north- v . est oftlie Court House , TERMS OF THK JODP . VAI ..----T *» dollars and fifty cents ; i-ye . ir . if paid . 11 advance : three , dollar . ! i !> aid nt the expiration of -. 1 . months : and three dollars ani fifty cents , if settled for at the close of fTTNo riaprrs to h ^ discontinued without due « u .. c ,-, and the payniait of ill arrearages . AuvERTisiiMKVrs inserted at the n » u . il rates . * ile iuet 1011 ¦ . viilh- lea . . e to those who advertise i > y the year . CAII letters on business \\ ith t ! iu office , must ^^***** tfe ^^&** ifc »* I ajj W . JOB every description PttlVTI , < --. 11 v executed YO , at I *;* the Journal Office . ^

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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THE ROSES . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

THE ROSES . [ For the Journal . ] • insemal vivo . E morto in lei eh e morta . TASSO . The scenes of vouth I ve wandcrM o er , And ev ry spot oelovd of yore : — But , ah ! how chanrrd doth eacli appear . And witherd , all that once was dear ! Where are the fields , the flow rs Jled , The sky that nature canopied—That deep-blue sky . to fancy bright With ev ry form of love and light j Are these the fields , are these the flowers That charmd me in life s morning hours ? Are these the friends that onee I knew , Fiel ivd , free-liearted , kind and true ? Dear friends ! one with a eold disdain . Saluted , scorns to SW » ak :. » -in ; Another , but not quite so high . Just gives a nod , then passes by ! Alas ! not only these , but thou . Great Nature , we * r * st a 1 alterdbrow ! The fields are green , yet to my view They wear the pallid winter s hue ; • Still bloom the flow rs , but to my sight , Of smell , they yield no sweet delight . T 10 / like a seraph s voice , the sound...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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THE BARBER'S GHOST— FACT . j since in [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

THE BARBERS GHOST— \ FACT . j since in A gentleman travelling some years one of the southern state . called at in an and requested entertainment for the nitrht . The host informed him that it was out of his power to atconiniodriUi trim , as his house was already full . Tie entreated fcim to lodge him as he was almost esh aisled with travelling , as well as his beast . After much solicitation , the host consented to entertain him , } , rcided he would sleep in a certain chamber mat had lief that it was haunted b j he jhoM of 1 Mrher , the guest , I am not : f . ud ofihe srhwst—take rare of my horse , prep ire me < .. ¦ upper . After taking some refreshment , he enquired of the host how and in what manner the chamber in which he ¦ Was to lodje . was haunted . The hot replied ih it those who had lodged in the room , stated that ¦ shortly after they retired to rest , an wWlbwn Toice was heard , in a trembling and ( Hrotracle 1 accent , saying , -do you leant to b skaâ€...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

I COLT-MEIA . —In remarking upon the moderate climate of the Oregon territory , Mr . Pilchcr , who is familiarly - acquainted with those regions , Mays : I As a ftoot ot this , may be mentton- ! ed the state of the grass , which is green [ and juicy nearly all winter , affording excellent pasture for horses , on yvhi cn those animals not only sustain themselves , but the lean and poor get in good order . The woods are burnt in the latter part of the summer , when the first crop of grass is ripe and dry ; and the equinoxial rains of September bring j forward a decisive evidence of the [ mildness of theclimate of these valleys , even those surrounded by mountains , in a new crop which continues during the winter . This is covered with snow . To this may be added the state of the rivers , many of which are free from ice during the whole year . Trie main Columbia is of this character , as I learned from observation and information , when I ascended it at the com mencement of winter . ...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 15 March 1832

J . J . AUDUBON —This distinguished American ornitnologist is prosecuting his labors with much assiduity and zeal . The annexed arc extracts from one of his letters to the editor of the Philadelphia Gazette , dated at a small town about forty miles south of St . Augustine , East Florida : The climate and productions of East Florida are enough to astonish any obsering traveller , and sufficient to try even my own constitution . During my stay at Alifax , the first we had beautiful weather ; and although it froze during the night , the alligators and htitterflys were frequently seen during the day . The icoods are all green , and yet it freezes ;—a phenonemon in nature of which I had no previous knowledge . I have drawn a new species of coot , and / believe , a new species of the white pelican ; but of the latter I cannot as yet well ascertain , and will wait until I examine and compare its , breast , fee . with that of the bird which I know is the white pelican of authors . The b...

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