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

persons indebted to Wit . MA . N . MMI , ALL : jr . in this place and vicnily , are requested to call at bis 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 . 1 . 8 . HOUSE . Agent . Springfield , Jan . 26 , 1832 . —12

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

JABEZ CAPPS mmm & ® iwmm SpHE subscriber respectfully begs leave to M inform his customers and the public generally , that be has now on hand , and intends to keep constantly at his old stand , iii Main Street , a general assortment of DRV GOODS $ GROCERIES , Which ho will sell on the most reasonable i which he Mill tike inpayment , Wheat . Flour . Corn , Meal , Buckwheat , llom f , Beeswax . Tallow . Hides , Pork , Bacon , Lard , Butter , thetse . Beans , Hops , Dri » d Fruit , Rags , Whiskey , & e . & . c . OyOpposite the Post Office , he has recenlfj 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 — 15 March 1832

, NEAR SPRINGFIELD A FARM AND TOWN PSofBRTJ?—FOR SALE . r » MlE Farm is situated two and a half miles ** west of Springfield , and contains 241 acres of excellent Land ; 170 acres of whie are first rule Timber laud ; 70 acres of prairie are now in cultivation . On the Farm there are two good cabins , and the necessary outhouses ; an apple orchard of 130 trees , and 200 bearing peach trees . The Farm , wliich was one of the first located in this section ot country , is under good improvement . Forty-nine acres of first rate prairie lane , lying on the Jacksonville road , two miles bom Springfield . A House and Lot , with a good stable , situate on the north side of the public square , in the town of Springfield . The above mentioned property will be sold on liberal terms ; and is well worthy of the attention of persons desiring to purchase . Application can be made at the Journal office , or to the subscriber . Dec . 2 . ADAM SMITH .

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

REMOVAL . CAMPBELL & BRITTON , removed their Store to their New HAVE Store House near the Public Square two doors north of the Post Office , where they have just received and opened , A neio and «•< ncral assortment of DRY GOODS & GROCERIES , CHINA & GLASSWARE . HARDWARE & CUTLERY , \ nd siu-li other articles , in their line , as are adapted to lhe wants and demands of the people in this section of country , wliich they will sell at reduced prices lor Cash , Illinois Volnn- . Wheat , Flour , Hemp , Jeans , : li . a .-is , and other country pro - ] . on hand now , is much larger 11 ei it has been at any time heretofore , and is composed almost eiu tirely of FRESH GOODS . fCf ° Those indebted to us are requested to make immediate payment . C . & B . Springfield , December 4 th , 1831 . 0

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

ADAM SMITH . April 26 , 1832 . Certificate . — We , whose names are hereunto annexed , have no hesitation in saying that the performance of Hunting Whip on the turf of 1824 , was of the first order , and that he bids fair to make one of the first running horses in any country . L . Saunders , jr . R . Samuel , 8 . Saunders , T . Bryan , T . Samuel , R , Church , J . Hampton , 8 . Samuel , J . Green , P . Hampton , W . Buford , W . Hampton . E . Samuel . March 20 , 1830 . 25 tf

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

ITOdieai tin ; new lirirk hiiildinir . fronting the Public Square , north-ivosi of the Conn H-, u--Cur STAIRS . TERMS OF THF . JO . PV I 1 ..--T ihrec dollars , . • xptrationof s , v lrl , nt : is : uid three d . ihrs an 1 fit cents , if settled for at the close of UV r . tLi ° . V- > pap ¦ -. i to he a ; ¦ e . eiiiiiied without due notice , and the piymunt 1 . 11 arrearages . . \ iiiKKTisi ; -. iK . 1-. in . . erte 1 at the usual rates . A da In nun will ha iiiaila to those v . ho advertise by the voar . UTAH letters , on business with the office , must * %$ k fe $ j v . • ; -. • I % » £ & £ & £ * ^ Of JOB every descri PKIWI ption , neatly executed *^ , at f jO the Journal Office . ¦ g * : ± f : 1 } <>¦¦ : e :: ¦ >} • : <¦ - ¦ . . - r . > , \ .

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T HE JOURI Â¥ AIi . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

T HE JOURI ¥ AIi . The speech of Mr . Miller upon the the nomination of Mr . Van Buren , is quite amusing . He says he once con¦ sidered Van his political friend ; but not now : he had forced him ( Miller ) from the ranks ; that formerly general Jackson was held in high estimation in South Carolina . He quotes an old stump speech , in which he lauds the general to the skies , and then asks if he was not a false prophet ? He says the appointment of Van Buren to the court of St . James was a criminal and corI nipt exerci se of power , —that he dare oppose it , and that the people he represented dare -ii any thing that br & ve and generous people dare do . Think of that ! Says he—sir . one of Ihe iia . st , ! ,. :. led ¦ .. inactions 1 have lo die .-oafirina ; ion of this appoinment i- that the , a , epoi ( ot the pove-n-eni of the present incumbent 3 term ol service , the President . » Not a doubt of it ! From the very commencement of the present administration , t...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

TES PARM . SE . [ From the Boston Traveller . ] STILTON CuEESG .-There is scarcely an article in which a greater variety of appeaTanee and taste exists than cheese ; the inhabitants of almost every valley on the face of the globe make a different kind . A very good anecdote lately originated in a Worcester paper , which has gone the rounds , of Cut . Knox , in Rnajryhrnaa , and others , who wet iv ed nt a boarding ¦ house , in thi < .. ; .. some years ago , in a piece of cheese actually made in Worcester county , hut which their incredulity would not allow them to consider any other than the celebrated imported Stilton cheese . This story may excite a desire in some of our enterprising agriculturists to imitate an article which ranks so high among professors of gastronomy ; and we will tell them how wc have ever understood the . famous Stilton cheese i- niade . It is in fact cream cheese , the cream of the night s milk being added to the morning s milk along with the ren...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

A young man , Alfred Fairchild , ol New-York , is missing under circumstances which give rise to a fear tivit he has been burked .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

From the Kfiiiu ky Commentator . DOMESTIC SILKS . —A friend at South Union , a shaker village in Logan county , has sent us a skein of sewing silk , and a patch of silk cloth , cut from a web of fifty odd yards—samples of articles manufactured at that village , from cocoons raised chiefly there last summer . The sewing silk i . s a bright brown , fine , strong , smooth and even , decidedly superior to what is commonly imported . The other sample is a white twilled fabric , very pretty for some purposes , though it wants the firmness and gloss of the European manufacture . Viewed as one of the first experiments in that line it is certainly a successful one . This country must be well adapted to the production of silk . The demand for sewing silk and some other articles may very soon , with a little care and attention , oe supplied without going abroad for them . Raw silk may become an important article of export . And the people who have given the demonstration of the fact now be...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

MACIIINL ion DiTcimr , \ M > rvrBANKIXO PRAIRIE LANDS . —The Cincinnati Mechanic s Ad , ocatc . ( a new and valuable paper . ) contains the description of a machine for ditching and embanking prairie lands . Tiie inventor proposes with this machine so to excavate the ground , where no stones or roots of trees interfere , as to make two ditches , parallel to each other and of any required depth and width . The earth taken from these ditches is to be placed between them , and formed into a permanent embankment , so that u ]> - on its top , hedges may be planted and safely preserved to mature growth . In the mean time these excavations and embankments are Co form or secure a barrier , as the ordinary fence , lesides yielding the additional advantage , especially in wet seasons , of draining the land . The inventor estimates the cost ot tiie macinncat about thou , one - sand dollars ; and , being wrought by eight horses , that it will excavate and embank , as abo...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

From Siliini en s . I . iirnal of . Science . SUGAR FROM POTATOE STARCH . — A bushel of Potatoes weighs about sixty pounds , and gives eight pounds of pure , fine , dry starch . This amount ef starch will make five pints of sugar , of the weight of nearly twelve pounds to the gallon , equal to seven pounds and a half to the bushel of potatoes , or a little less than a pound of sugar to the pound of starch . The sugar is not as sweet as the Muscovado sugar , nor is it actually as sweet as jts taste would indicate . This sugar may be used for all domestic purposes . It ferments with great liveliness and spirit , when made into beer , yielding a healthful and delicious beverage , and on distillation , a fine cider-brandy flavored spirit . It would , however , be most useful in making sweatmeats , and may be used upon the tabic in lieu of honey , for which it is a good substitute . It has ah-eady become a favorite with most people w . o have become acquainted With it . Its taste is th...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

From Tyenii in an I Benncts s Journal . Calcutta . —Few cities in the world will strike an untravcllcd stranger from England , on his first arrival , with more astonishment than Calcutta . Wide streets , reaching for miles ; numberless mansions , of the most superb architecture , in general standing apart at short distances—all with flat roofs and parapets ; the singular physiognomy , costume , and manners of its Oriental population ; the pomp and variety of equipages , native and foreign , in the streets ; the number , rank , and charac ter of European residents , —civil , military , and commercial ; these , with the inseparable ideas of multitude and immensity , associated with every thing that lie sees or hears of in connection w ith society and its pursuits here , will , for a time , overwhelm and bewilder him . Perhaps , however , nothing will strike him as more singular , in the midst of a populous city , than to hear , when he awakes in tiie morning , the cawing of iani...

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Tl ' . i't MSEIl ' s DEATH . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Tl . it MSEIl s DEATH . I Tin- Detroit Courier of the 2 tl olt . contains ¦ of -James Kniiggs , a re * tble citizen of Michigan , relative to the death uf To• Griffith and myself were recommended to Col . Richard M . Johnson , by some of the officers , as suitable persons for spies . In that capacity , we both joined Col . Johnson s Regiment of mounted men , and marched with it from Fort Meigs to Detroit . From thence the regiment proceeded with , the army under Gen . Harrison to tiie river Thames , in Upper Canada ; there met the enemy—a battle was fought—the whole British taken prisoners and Ihe Indians defeated with great slaughter . When the heat of the battle was over , a number proceeded to gather the killed and wounded , when it was ¦ announced tha , t Col . Jo . inson waskill- . 1 ed , and by some , that he was mortally wounded . Griffith and myself nasten- . ed to the spot , where we found several already collected round Col . Johnson , ¦ who lay badly wounded , an...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

COXSVMPTION OF ARDENT SPIRITS . —The amount of ardent spirits imported into the United States , for the iast seven years previous to 1831 , is as follows : In fS 24 . r > .-2 S ... 047 gallons ¦ , l-r . 4 . 11 ! . 141 ) 18-26 , 3 , 328 , 380 1897 , 3 , 4 ( 15 , 302 1828 , 4 , 4 * 5698 , 1829 , 18 Sfl , 1 , 095 , 483 Here is substantial evidence of the effects which have resulted from the p establishment of temperance societies . Tie annual average proportion of for- ; eign spirits drank in our country in ( he 1 six preceding years was 3 , 840 , 396 ; or thr . e and a half times as much as in 1830 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

A SINGULAR SERMON . Delivered at Frank i ort . Trim , hv James Simpson , u fa v mouths het . i-o hw de . <>> ,. What I am going to relate , is but a simple story , and it is probable some j of you may have heard me t 11 it before ; but it has taken such possession of my mind , that I thougitl would just drop it for your consideration . — When 1 was a young man , there lived j in our neighborhood a Presbyterian , who was universally reported to he a j very liberal man , antl uncommonly uprjg t in hi * dealings . When he had any of the produce of his farm to dispose of , he made it an invariable rule to give good measure , over good , rather more than could he required of him . One of his friend . * observing his frequently doing so . questioned hitn why he did it—told him he gave too much , and said it could not be to his advantage . Now . my friends , mark the answer of this good Presbyterian : God has permitted me but one journeythrough the worl...

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IU IfKIN'G . tini [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

IU IfKING . tini | From - I . o ., „„ ( ou . ir , of Nor . 3 d . I Mirder „ f Elizabeth Walsh . —Yesterday I Edward Cook . Eliza Cook , alias Ross , and Edward Cook , their son . who having been in custody since Inst Fn ] : lv , on suspicion of havirijx IJurk .-d Elizabeth Walsh , a female of 84 y . ars ( if aero , wcic hioierla up to Lambcthstrect l o lice-office , for further examination . Since their commitment the prisoners have been kept apart , aiidnocommunicatior . allowed to pass between them . The bov , who is about twelve years of age , since Friday , has made such disclosures to his fellow-prisoners at the house of correction , as left no doubt of the guilt of his parents of tbe horrible offence alleged against them : but his statement , which was committed to writing , and which was handed to the Masistrate . was unconnected and unsatisfactory . —While in one of the strong rooms belonging to the office yesterday , Lea , the officer who had apprehended the priso...

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MARRIAGE .... BY MK & BONHOTE . Did consider [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

MARRIAGE .... BY MK & BONHOTE . Did consider young people seriously the important change which marriage must necessarily produce in their situation , now much mon ; cautious would it make them in the choice of a companion for life . . Ala * , what avails the graces of tne finest figure , the most captivating address , or the assemblage of all that is ensnaring , if the heart is depraved or the conduct imprudent ! Tne gayest associate of the convivial hour may be the dullest , the most unfit company for tne domestic circle ; and lie ivao is never satisfied but in a crowd , or when engaged in a continued round of pleasure , is very unlikely to make a tender and prudent iiusband . If beauty alone excited his love , it would cease w ien you are deprived of those attractions on which it was founded . If fortune was an inducement that would likewise lose its , value on his sordid mind ; and the very person who brought him tne wealth for which he sighed , will be coiiMdered a g...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

I A lad twelve years of age , recentl - comniitted suicide in Caijandaw hanging himself . The coqueist was , that he was ut ti cited by ardent spirits .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 22 March 1832

Extract from Mr . Holmes Sgeecfa on the Tariff . The gentleman from South Carolina ( Mr . Hayne ) wants a JCBILKI :: — What ! another , and so soon , too . Sir , the one which you have will not expire , at soonest , until the 4 th of March , 1833 ; and now you would have another on tiie back of this ! The tribes of Israel , ( and they were a discontented set ) were satisfied with one year in fifty . Then all debts were cancelled , all prisoners released , and those who , had been in any way deprived of their lands had them restored again . The poor Indians , I think , would be glad of I even such a jubilee . But , on the 1 th of March , 1829 , you blew the trumpet , and the jubilee was announced for ; four years at least , and I am sure more and greater blessings were anticipatJ ed tl . r . n the Israelites ever enjoyed in I all their jubilees .. Very much was promised , and very much too was realized . Editors , post-masters and contractors , were to have offices—and it was so ...

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