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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 February 1847

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Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 February 1847

-in,"io the lonir run. ii.KB 1 nore and make more, for the reason lhat the agricultural sections, which are his great home market, will be able to buy more and pay for what they buy ; andjtbe. demand for manufacturing labor will increase. ;J In addition to this the merchant and shipper and e&ip Guilder, and al &e mte'4 chanical and other interests Connected with the commerce, are to derive immense" benefits from the effect of these reciprocal tariff's. Mr." Webster admitted in the U. S. Senate; that there were. forty! million more to be sent to Europe, and forty miltv.. ' iic sens enpnnpr. he win pm uiuu iu ,ajr ior ii-io -oe Drougnt dock ; nd if SO here is the vast flpld nnener! fiir commerce and ship building; arid is.thatj r.?.,l"6;' nc estimate ot national wealth and national prosperity 1 ir.-j The summing up is just this. The conx,u gives 791,500 manufacturers in the U. .States.., They cry out against the new tariff though it still nrotects them n-firlr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 February 1847

.-x!a!s frcm Pennsylvania,- were, presented by various -Senators, r Tho motion to Xacejvp them was laid on. the table, In tob House, a personal . eiplanaticni ttook place between Messers. Sawyer and . Culver: . . The former pledged himself to v rox6 'that Mr.XuIrer erideaWreot to bb. r-tain ia fc dishonorable manner, from cer6 'tain lodges, secrets for publication. Mr. C. pronounced the statement a falsehood, tad said' that if compelled to light he should insist, as the challenged part,, on the choice of "weapon t ' . - -Th e Ilriuse wentfinto committee of the, ,vho!e, Mr. Tib bit ts in the chair, on: the - "Treasury note and land b:Jl. Mr. Crosier addressed the com.'nrepposftidnlolhe Ad"ministration, & in defence o( Gen. Taylor. On motion of Mr. Rathbun, , the., com. mittee rose and he offered a resolution to close the debate at 3 o'clock. Adopted. Again the House went into committee cf the whole, anil "Mr. Giles spoke until 8 'clock. Scndry amendments unimportant! an t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 February 1847

Ml."! 1 ' tr Wilis loi I 3 OLia? State JJpurna jrna gives lfce;fol. !r?itrti nf this rwntlp.1 1 lLrw&z aniodst. of ibis iranle man while a ocnatoi in Congress from elected to the U. S. Senate,, a. preacher made his appearance at W(as$ingonl isp. liciting aid jnbtiiaIoXa ne.fchorch then jr ananswer, one ol tlie me bers of Congress who bad been; warily bored bj thia irnportuhity, deterrhined 'not only tifgcVtid xP hlrri but atstf to er,o j a little sport at the Re""'gentlerni9',pcnse. ' tifc.vori j It was not long before her--Tr'a'sJ; called upon again by the preachefi'whb' was 'ihformed that tuvcry pious gentleman. -; bid takeniiis seat in the Senateof the United Slale;-oralOJiio, whoc hadong been distinguished for his-zeal ia.Mieaase pf .Cenlncilr, will have no hesitation iq be--ylieVing the correctness of this story. ,. building near the Capitol.0,1 Being one of that class oTridividui;; (o take "nofcanVnswerlonepjftlie'mern. w,,eV""r!"$i3!VJ iur, iuu reiuessive .10enili...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 February 1847

' ir n Snr-ihirr.rni iiTl Till JO . .' - .- V L w ri3 edl carfw ' i -f rn to Nlqcisq ,av r.U il'.JjfJ'i "BflWfOliJl 7ff blf . "-: f i 1 f f 'J f j ";:-. ' r.7.(1I -til "V-. urt. j. -.!. .ll lo nr.U ink t - '.r: : 1 ' c. s ! BY C. & C -ZARLEY; VOLUME 4, NUMBER 35. 11 11 11 11 11 11 .1 rri 1 1 4. 'si .t '. r ."! feyir-;ssTijV5r -V -v ... 1 i.t 1 1 c 1 . . li r..v 1 1 J i ' .'.v v iri-j io . - i . .... , -Kin -. r: :i v! -v. ! JOLIET 'SIGNAL.' .i y' XsublUhed .cvpry Tueay! rooming ? V"' on Chicagsireet, JolietJ 111,;,. i . i jjj i''-1 Tkbm. Two Dollars per annum pay "! -V able in advance, or . $20, if payment is i One Square, i in$ertioni - $1,00 J tacn aaamonai r , q 25 i i-.i insertion ::y 6 months, 3 50 - il2 months, i ! 5 00 j 1 1 i :' Ordinary business cards per ann. ' 3 00 r. .No adrertisements win pe. msencu in r j .. this paper unless accompanied by the cash v'i .:-or some person personally known to the v U editorsbeenming responsible for the same. : ', ! 'i OiTAll ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 February 1847

rf OF THE New York, Jan. 25, 7 o'clock, P. M. J The Steamer Hibebnia, Capt. Ryers, arrived at Boston about 20 minutes past 7, A. M. to-day, after a passage of 191 "days. She bad a rough passage, and was detained over the usual time at Halifax to take ic a supply of coal, ftnd filar In'. Innrl his excellency the GorernirlGejieraLof vanaoa ana suite. Ehe brings Liverpool u .PJfP-Ohctb, London ol the 4lb,- Pahs and Havre of the 2d, and Dublin of the The intelligence 13 nearly a month later rrrrhaa previous arrivals. - " Jn-j" vCpraAas advanced. Tho best quality er5 ."quoted, at 67 and 72s. :Flour in bond", t r, Jf P!flua)lJV is quoted at 37a48s per bbl. jJkoxotton market has been more anuria-b-:3..ije&during the. past month, so there has been considerable business transacted. Ordinary-Mobile and Oilcans cottotl is quoted at! 6Ja7d."; Fair do. at. 7ia7d. : Coed doatSJa9id.J The money market Uv -As beep r,'iie(, with' little fluctuation since , t n :! W iasl publication of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 February 1847

1 7" f tit a. rir i ; t.; visa.isdirlduais to 4&ke out no documents v. tn eush charges are made, for fear the senders my be prosecuted on them, for the inUructions of the department are that rasmbsrs of. the I Legislature may write Ihelr' names on documents sent to their .constituents, without an increase, of post. age.' ; About this there ifvuo mistake. Former instruction bad beeif different. There' has been something of a set to this afternoon between Mr. Linder of Coles, and Mr Maitin of Madison, in regard to an application for a charter to create arRailroad from St.' Louis to Terre Haute,' Linder for & Martin against the measure., The former made a somewhat mrara ' m. a.ult nnnii 11ln Mri!n Ci. lowed in a good speech Linger rejoined in 'an'eloquent manner tnakingan apology for his former excitement Mr. Judd made an elegant speech the other day in the Senate, on the convention quesion. Mrv Daris of Massac, made a powerful effjrt on the other side, &amp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 February 1847

Acnrrcsponr.tcf ?' V Viy Culli- " .cr ive3 c:!i!n dir. ,.an;3r3 who have; 'ljdd into -the balief that wheat-'stq-chea to try them, and to cart no cheia upon thVIan.d with ; manure." These directions are cer. tamly well, bu What tten ? ' J bern era thcki?ind3 of acres 'of land . in the Slate of Illinois sown to , wheat j'n the auluxnn of 1S-15, which Un ready to harvest, ..wero found to bo o&e tbM one half, two third, and m some cases nearly entire chesa. This' was1 in the verr bost ofthe tvheatgion in'IllinoV.'.VTho cultivators bHrwererhuncredV- of them, the)fei wheat grower's in the State, who nevertow rchess, and who did rnot that year sow any; -and the kind on which it was sown, was aconsidcrab!e:' portion of it new land on which no crop had ever bepn grown, and whf re iio manure was ever applied. One faamer who is a highly intelieut man, and who has utterly refused to .subscribe to (ho heresy that wheat u ill produce chcs.s informed us that he selected his seed with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 February 1847

I . - t . . . . . .: ..)" i:. ( .I: . :. Mrf? - a &o .Jt vssfiV-'ui' Ohi-'J? 'l -iv:.tfc?i io-cM, 1-7 -i-V "Ay;1 Sffi;:;; $ ...." -i S.L r .jr. P-1 ; 1 ""I . . ! 1 I m 7MV - ' H ;Hfv r - I . ! ill irni ;;i JTtVJ r.'. .,1 ,'" '.' .-0! J : ' : ...... ir , " 1 f..' ?.".') fU; -..: ?. 'r-.rviv-ti by c:& c. zarley;;1 JOIjTET, ILLINOIS, Vt 16, 1947, ; f JL V. I O T. VOLUM E ..; & UiJ! BElt d(?4- . ' ' ' i 4 1 1 n r " THE) . . 1-- r- L.i JOLIET SIGNAL. i i If published every .Tuesday ' morning , W -. T'tf-i Til . On yOlcago-8ireei, wuiiei, iu. X-Tbbbcs. Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or 92,50 if payment ' is delayed until the end of the year "' :! a atbs oP Advertising. ' , ': !Orie Scjtiarei (12 lines or leis,) "one insertion, V $1,00 . f ; " ; Each additional ' . . . ,' . Insertion. .. , $ 25 " G months, .350 .. 12 months, 6 00 Ordinary business cards per attn. ' 3 00 i. No adv6rtisernents will be" inserted in this paper unless accompanied b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 February 1847

that I Lave been, einco May last, completely crippled, and am sti.l so, for want of transportation. After raking and seraping the country for miles around Ca margo, collecting every pack-mule and other means of transportation, I could bring here only 80,000 rations, (fifteen days' supply,) with a moderate supply of ordnance, ammunition, &c, to do which, all the corps had to leave behind a portion of their camp equipage necessary for their cemfort and in some instances among the volunteer their personal baggage, I moved in such a way, and with such limited means, that had I not succeeded, I should no doubt Lave been severely reprimanded, if nothing worse. did so to sustain the administration." t - r ''j f ,ne :w regiments of mounted men from Tennessee and Kentucky, who left their respective States to join me, in June, the latter has just reached Camargo ; the jormer nad not got to Mataraoros at the aaiesi oates trom there. Admitting that Wey will be as long in returning a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 February 1847

A feflfi for?IoproTin? the Ean&akc?- & Ifo . Alicia. Sec. l. Ue 'il enacted by the people ' of State of Illinois represented in the f Oen erat .Assemble:' . That all ' persons 'who hall hereafter become, stockholders. . bn ier.the provisions of this act, are hereby created a body politic and corporate, and shall have" existence for the full end and teim of fiftj . years from -.'and after the passage of this act, and shall .be known by the name and 'stile, ofthe Kankakee and Iroquois Navigation and Manufactur ing.Companyv: ;Tbe purposes and objects of said Company, shall be the .-.improves meht of the navigation of the Kankakee and Iroquois Rivers, the creation of water juvtcc uii saiu (iioaui9) auu 1110 uuiiuujg and erecting Mills and machinery-of al kinds on and near said streams, all whith improvements and erections are to be tnade in the way .deemed best for the public good by said Company. The said company shall have power to improve as aforesaid, the nav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 February 1847

, Vutli Billy, f ,Tac Old Texah -' Volunteer? ; la the capital regiment of Texan mounted men, commanded byCol. JackJLIft jes, is an old volunteer known" to hi comrandes only as 'Unclo Billj-a maft igbty three jears of age! YVe shall not 'enter into an argument with our readers ' to profe the age of this most remarkable man, but only to make the assertion, founded upon his words and not 'doubted hj a ny in the regiment. .'. V v r ' ;- 'Uncle Billy' U a man cf some eccentricity and much good humor,' He was born in South Carolina in 1753 and from the Revolution knows the particulars of all the. battles of the country up to ithe glorious 8th and 9ch of May last, in some of which he took an active part while he ,u uis country s service as a-volun-teer during all of them. Who says he is not a patriot? When the . brave Jack, oa with hi small force of volunteers, was defending the city of New; Orleans Unci Billy' was a prisoner of war at 5 - l Lpoint IIe 8aid ofthis'If the Untisb had'nt cau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 February 1847

V.& in nadl s.'ici idi til $iora k: ei? 1.(1 rj u.Ia ta&v xjIisD jtk sdT 9.ii .irr.l L idt no .iiKO") ji-i'j. tp?f'iU f5 ni-uii rjj Fmi J fl t .f ft iCJIl'V 1 euji.iiftiqno di ctsriiw cJ v-- -,. "a t- - - a -mo3 !3yrs:o-7Sv tni- rirjq ?V qisl V . LJa-. isai ci7o -id i Lns ,c!s;s:.s-t k.i:z -l ta i ' ? - rr- -1 4 -i tfc-T : oaTJ eifi'lo-joJil f.i JajriT; U J WI.oY i i". Till it,. i'li, J.VU! MVjf-B I J f Ci!j .i.n "-'iV ?THB, ... J0LIET; SIGNAL. ' fc - published ererf Tuesday. morning iXbicBtreeeJolfee UK iU - on able" W Stance, bF2,50! if payment c!ayi5 unlit the end of the year, fi t Oda'-SrelS.llnii r leii,) .oiwmacrtiobri')irj;.'.i: s.iT .i:.lj00.; Each additional ) no. insertion, months; 3 50J Ordinary ouainess cards per ann. ,3 00 No advertisements will be inserted in thj paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally ltnownto the editonbecominz responsible fof the same'. UvTAU letters aaaressou 10 uo euiiors must be ;9st-paid? or they wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 February 1847

"He proceeded to show that several members of the Administration had op. l?cscJ a tax on tea and coffee in time of peace! to make, the foolish assertion that such a tax would make the State fcf Mil .oois pay more than it had paid under the tariff of 1842." This I still reiterate, and I believe that I can demonstrate it. I Bat this very astute editor says'that I vent on "to twaddle in a stylo of very un-- ni;a!jcut taxing okJ women and old maids.1 Ih'feply 'to thisrall I nave 10 say is, that there is still note, silliness in toe "twedle" that" our'- Governciet wnnotgeLalongwiihout . resorting 19 these ofd women and maids. But what else diaiMoT ."APPea,, tne narrowest antfiheahest forms of sectional prejudice." : ' ' -I toeed not, I presume, 1 tell this House toll if ever thers;was a man who was as. sailed by the abolitionists with unusual fierceness ;and fury, I jam that man.' I have fcught them at home in order to get here.( But here I regret to say, that I have been compelled to fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 February 1847

ir o'clofki Ur.ffiuVcliemti ik?aciinsU .) It is slaterfinhhe . tforfoilc tha bill, as getting a'roott aangroUit pevTlllmK3ay,'"tija;l a there fi cedent. Wfefeafc Jbbncluded, Mr.t CdU J aditiiy anhi time ia the: holirf"6hTaje4 the floor for'io.morrow; illocsa.-X Tctpfut'oo ; waspfftfred'bj Mr. Douglass tor. expelling the, '. reporter; of the Union newspaper, for a false, scan jdaloui, ad disrespectful report of the proceedings of tbe'Iloue on Saturday, during the attempt of Mr. WentwoUh of JjlitVois, to address the House, in reply to an attack upoa Jwrn in the Unioti."'! Friday night: f j -SYarni debate ensued for an hour and a lialf, which was principally confined to l,ir. VagUi and Alr; Kennedy . , The resolution Vas' modified so as to appoint Mi fclrVi&iUee! (of 'livejita inquire who the reporter of the Union jvas , and what member created the disorder. when the resolution as modified was adopt ed, 129 to -61. 'Tcesday, Feb. 9. ; Ii. the SaNATB.rThe. ' $ J.000,000 bill...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 February 1847

i u "3 T? : I? TP" Urn I ' 1 1 5 ' S! the importance ul agriculture, and its pub- lie relates. iHvrjot JglS s&'fc wealth b it it is certainly the rnqst jmnor- lahtVJDesjde befogr'the greatest brbdu ceVbf wealth' ft furri ish'es th'e "sWpport To? all other forms of productive industry, and the material upon which they operat It underlies another tale re ate. ...Those vines in our forests, which -have!!;lirnbed the higest trees ard bverpre'a llierr topsj are as depehdentupti tVsoil.lfb very uttermost leaf, as is' the, rush,-; the crass or The ground-Tina which Toots at every joinli"' The extreme gebaratiohf'of. industrial pursuits from'agriculture is gnU'l apparent, and not real. As eyery, leatot, the vast banjan tree, would draop if iho roots were disordered, so a calamity uboti agricultue effects every pprt pff sociefy.and betrays the fact that every interest,. 'Had Becretly sent - atl roots down into this universal and common source of prosperity ' . i -l . - , ,.-,,Vr....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 March 1847

-T".21!?ill'I Kf!l. r nu d h' V - - - - - - - -: .- is,i rbiifv ."'aw edilo noi edli mid no Qivjoo sii al Lsci J1U F f i . - I . . . wl... J '..'. A. lt,,u,.w.. , m 5- " ' - ' - '" ' "-- H .:-,r.c-r .:,! v r, , r, ; r. r,'7f I .V,, ; r . -f ' .. -T ' ' MJ-e:?'. Ljj, - v,-i.ii V'1 r ! : ! -r . . i ... r f -.. , t: : ,...rr ,. ....... ... , . r-- v S 1 il 2 Lrm i6a.uf .-.lis-!-., n )-. ''-.f ISutUshbd i verjr -Tue sda morning oniJcatreetlJolletjIlLio c.j L-.;:5; .... . . . deTavLTuiMi efecf bf theTear,.'n 1511 Ij.TB ,1-ii!-J J tPV .-;' M'iij , MM 1CU 4JV COi.-tlliwiO tj.t flTrliri One Square, (12 linei orlefs,) ; , ; v (. on insertion, ." $1,00 ' .nia"! .Each additional ll J 025 Ordinary business carets per, ann. , 3 00 .. , )NTertis.emen.ts;wjii be inserted, j in thif traperUnleJI asqptQpanied by the cash orjioJne, taP: personally.; kpwxi to the eUtdr ibecomlngr? f ponsibje Cox thei same. .CCTTAUi etters : adressedto the.editors must be Post-paid, pr.ithej.wiU noCi-' cQireiAtteniioo....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 March 1847

Tha assauItuDon ma la irtierU I 1 f i ... i . , , ." 1 fU w l.avo fjecn intended fn"ni).n.. ,t,. r . wuia -am reflected, evecirvtiv constituents - vuiu uui. 111 1 'taousH otherwise nnr u o... 1 1 u Fu,uls AJU I Hereto Dements entertaining sim. -liar cpmions who are candidates for ree!ection. 1 was perhpas selected as the -originator of the antiwar nanh,tin the maker of the" first speech in defence of ..""""i ABioua ouias.a mariLJor mr ODDonents. lib sui r t. ........ .1 It' Ir iKi. WL 1 -j . I and shoulders abpveibb rpsf yV lime iattS as Ion?. as that nftlm nroionl Ai ministration does; an Administration that I have never; attacked unless my independence as (.a ; legislator , in opposing measures upon, which I was pledged bet I fore I came here ma7 .be so considered, If (to, vote against, the measures . recom. sneiraea in any -instance by the Administration be to oppose it, then there stands not one, H6 not pn'e, as the journals' will show, out of this opposition, "fo mention one ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 March 1847

.VJS11. s. HIIiSjfnJti5J)r caesaT election to ttlUfeihat -purposaSutJera lari tkprit tfl- sr Jine a the,. soldier's pay, a&itsWTjtf "Tfctj fcill tfas then laid by, and tha 3,. 1 C0t)tdSTy biiF takeimp v'-": ' o Badger addr is sd ' theSenato fat .lr. Chalmers has1 the floor to-morro. Iv tbb Housiiff-T Mil for the admis10n OI f Itcunttf J." uDiua, was cassed. ' tmtmtj '' Bills were) reported making appropriations (or eyiral pensions, and to create tha. efSceof Sur'Jr .General of Oregon, Wiles wrro icsu twwo.au oirrwu..;t The TOflngft ofaji r and. ,-nea, reported bank the bill making apprnpri . ations for tho Military Academy, With a irecomendation that the amendmen t of the ... V " Ui - & - C ...,. V. Wt.anrvaafrl to 4 ' ' Resolutions from the . Legislature of i y t Ohio were presented for lhoH increase of the pay of volunteers and complimentary VH Generals Scott aiad Taylori J Mr. Carroll, from the'military committen, reported back the joint resolution Xof tha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 2 March 1847

.1 1 1. i , :. : - A corrtponJont of the CMcttf Pemocraty gives the following just views of the dut jr-, impoje4 otv thoiPoel masters i by th e Post pffica laws.ia relation,.? the. frauds "comtnittedoxr the'feveono, by writing on """AIe ASraES3;Th'e editor of the Prairie Farmer who usual! overburthened with an eiuberance of sanctity, and who, ha complained morevof the f tardiness :of the mails than half a dozen of the best grurn biers to be found in an corntnon bar:r6b'mi dsnomin ates as .I'skunk' hunting' an effort of the Post Master General to prevent one of the greatest abuses to.' which the, Posf Office L'aws are subjected;;an3' (which if allowed to increase threatens., td 'render' the whole establishment useless, n From a very careful examination it-has -been' found that seven out of ten transient news-5 papers, sent jh rough the maijs, ppntainlh. tellitrence other than printed, and are sub ject to postage! aiid;while.tbis enormous bulk andeight constituting ;n many instances, ...

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