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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 March 1847

...1- ,-;:.',' ; . .-,..,.,.'-; '. ... .... -. -.-.---r-- : r-rryrr; r --? "tv -1 ! ' 1 " i "-' 1 '"' -" r?y'r wy-w . . . - -"V ' . , . 7 ' ii f ;,t 1 TT OviT ;;'"'"TTi:TTNl7rTT5i " CcSS1!2 - I'S-rm; A.TT ,t:i . 5 -- ' V 4 I ;i?UV ft&.a ZARLEY. t-i :7-- : JOIhim9 ILJ NUMBER aQ;1 i- ft- I i. 1 u .1 f; si 1 r. JOUET SIGNAL; 'If published tvery Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, XolieVlll. ' , 'TtiBHs.--Two Dollars er annum pay- in advance, .r $2,50 !f payment is delayed until Hit fenl of the yeaT. . One Square, J12 lints or less,) om insertion, 81,00 Each additional ) A - :: insertion, . J x - 11 6 months, 3 50 12 months, 5 00 'Ordinary business cards per ann. 1 3 00 jNo advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the ecfitorsbecoming responsible for the same. .(KrAll letters addressed to the editors 'must be Post-paid, or they will not re- ceive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS, executed w...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 March 1847

UjT Te'egra ph to ihs Diffolo Exoress. AESIFAL OP THE Siitken Days latkb fkoji Europe. Important Iintellifrence fWIIna ;n Bread Stuffs and Cotton Suspension of ivepeai 01 import Duties continued Famine in Ireland threatened Famine ia France Fam. ins in Prussia. ; v .The Steamship CAMBRiararriY.ed at Boston about 4 o'clock this afternoon,. " vys later intelligence. - J Liverpool Ghaiv Market. One report-published for the departure of the qABAK Sams, on the 20th ult., left the two chief markets .'in England Liver Pod); and london with a downward ten. dencj in price, and , the operations by consignees : and speculators, much more lirmted, Since that day the imports hare been, very, extensive, and veiy large sales nayo teen; made. ' --., Toe utockofflourin Liverpool is esti. rnatqd at $00 barrels, with a correspond wig itock -fof grain. . - " ; ' r . There is a prevailing opinion that the British corn, growers have largo stocks, which with - a; temporary suspension of navigation laws, a...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 March 1847

-the duty of Iht Secretary of State to furnish the members w.rh an such stationary as is usual - tor 'the Leiittature whtZe- inessina. - , . Sec fi.The proceedings of said convention shall be &lsd in the office of the Secretary of ?tatn ; and 'the .amendments, religions or alterations to the 'constitution,- agreed to by toe said convention, 'shall be recorded in his office. The said attend merits, revisions or alterations shall he submitted by the convention to the people for their adoption or rejection, et aa election to be held on the rourth ' Monday of -October, in the year of our Lord oi.e thousand eight hundred and inrty-seven ; and evrry person entitled to vote by the const! tutio and law now. n lore, rnay vote thereon in this election district in which he shall reside,and not elsewhere, The amendments shall be so p- ep rred and distin guished by numbers or otherwise, that they can be voted upon teparatel ;anl they shall be so voted upon, unless the convention'shall be of ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 March 1847

i t J From the Sanamo Journal -. Inlfrcsticg descriptive letter. - Ve bare a letter from a distiniruisheri officer of Gen. Wool Armjr, from which I W make the lollowtng extracts; , k; Parkas, Mjexioo, Dec. 1G J 946. i The movements of the troops in Mexi co, I presume are as well known to you as to us; still I expect ji letter from this remote part of the world may be worth the postage. - ' Gen. Wool's column, 2000 strong, with 300 waggons, arrived at this place, on the 4th inst. . . This country is par ticularly adapted to defensive operations. Indeed, if the Mexicans had the proper pirit, it would be' very difficult. If .not impossible, to penetrate their country. We marched 250 miles through mountain vallies. The mountains increase in fceJht as we go further spmh-the passes are more frequent and more easily defended- the population becomes more numerous, and water more difficult to at tain. In the United States you know no thing about the wants f water. In Mex. ico water is the gr...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 March 1847

111 ? A-rT T 8 rr g CI 2 C . o or ir .; Tf C2 T 0 01 1:1 8 cs cor .. t o tr a i r t2I ovi h CI . cr '? ' r-..vo vA .l :i ait ::t ... .j j; vAw ii,:.'-..!!:., hTcVW TrTTTtfhmiTVlRCH'lG. 1847.' I 'i r L ''" 3 " ! VOLUME 4, MUMBEBf BY C.& CHARLEY 'l .! i ' -';''? . , . . . - - - - ... . - - 1 ' ', - -i ",i -.,".1 i . : Li itf of Lands, ;: c : A&D Q.XHE REAL ESTATE, situated in the County 4 Wilt and Stat of Illinois, on which Taxes remain tiue and ur.- panj narlini yenr aerein sei loriu o icn, ine year lo-in. o-: n itt.t i.l In whose?. $ r, , 9 o Name taxed. Description. O CO 2 $ 55 360 240 ,do do ;do do do ,do rdo do do do do 12 J0' 'do do 'do dor do tdo do 360 'do 'do do 24! do ? r I tsT jb2S Tares 3ZE1 . 18.15 119. U .80 do ,; 'i do : : do r: do - do. : do . ?d r do -do , do do do ;: de ' 1 dt ;; do -do '-' i de 0 ; do do .do! 'do !do I I do - ' ido -'do' !5 4J E!miby;Sunderlin w b sw lr q 1 2 do do do do do d 3 8 do do 9 do 10 do do do do do II do do do do 'do4 do do V c , s...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 March 1847

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Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 March 1847

to 1 1) OHEX SIGJSAL. r JfOqET, ILL. fc 1 Tuesday, H2arcli 1G, 18 IT. fe vAj anff apotagf - for the barrenness of rftie columns ot' thir WeeUV paper irt4 irgara to toe newiji 10-3 uar, uwe wouia Calf attention to the tai jiV. r. v, t '. Masrri roa Tiia Rslib imp tub SuFrsaert i:t Ibeawp.A!I who take an ilejret in-the sufferings of their flltov: beings should attend tho meeting n Thursdajr'verening' next, at the Court House itf this place. The hundred who i AToftjin da'ly in.that country fiom starra- jjfipa, shoufiTiuduce. all to' contribute liber, 'tail. Wsvtrust that the meeting will Le 'generally-attended,: and . that erery; one Nrilf feF bound to assist itt this benero- ijfnt object.1 9 c . jr, CFtryio tiiat J! 'A. Mftttesb", of ftljis p!acV;F. C. Sherman, of Cook coun. H.ind Wm. Redditk, of fa Salle count v ghae beer? a ppoihied Appraisers of the .Canal .and. The Chicago Democrat baj the (following in relation to their p Cpointmeritr -.;, . i'rhfappointment nf these men is a ' s...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 March 1847

MS i 3 I If v ? v 3 .61 -r i Owners names. Dcscriniicn Sec. A. Vral. Taj. . f lQ4r I 'L'uvht . i . r ... vt M tjjv q . da , do 20 42 h() JJuncan Mclntjer obh'h-ch sc 3J 20 3i Henty Moore c irlq., 3l 120,57, 570. ,4 anmo 15,47 Mi 1G0 1 Joan Kanlor fc0 q , cw q do William Fiejder ce q'W q o; John Kaxioi: ,:;;v, fie;;.q;naq; :i2'i v Mcintosh .: .. A. bse-u . do - 40 do" do SO 340 440 4na;; 240 130 240. 320 do 170 340. 320 do 2 72 35 -3,20 1 92 I 05 1 92 3 20 do 1 71 3.40 320 M panic . !.,,! amo , ; , '. John Carney J Kaylor . w irMxj 'do t oo .i h s vv frl q do j j 0,9 1 l j ,,,,,,! q 8v q 1 do - . 43 nhsw q, 33 j 8 ) T3ar 23Sd2L JEEEL. 'fi Brown & Welch E Perkins Cowan dc'Fame 1 O M Goss .. eh.w q - Is 4W hgwq.ido n end n vy q do 1 e h se q .: -4 60 'do--42,53 85,58 60 do do Charles Stcddard ,m same --ir! v.t . ABigloV- i"'1 - w h se q 'do e h'sw q' -do! do ; '" v h sw'q do' do do 1 . y" Aiu.uwaii b eno nv q 'Jt'raei Hemphill- , r hsw a do 60.70 320 : !56 5; -S0 : ,3200$ ' do r- t...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 March 1847

.U.J 1 JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MARCH 23, 1847. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 41.' .! '. i :.c '.; .', ;.. ! '. ' ,: ' .'.. .: :.i . ;. ." ' " :J i- "- ! ' ez .?:,v.r,.o v..,---. -.: ,. j -- Lv;-0 IljLiJ :,,, v: i ,. 'T 1 -.-:w tB i ; ' i r : .... I., ... , . i -- ; - ! , . .. V w.i: I. . . TTHE ....... -..A vlic W JOLIET SIGNAL Is published fettry Toesday moraiog n VyQicago-sireei, jouei, in. . Tehms'. Two Dollars fter annum pay ,;able!inad ranee, or 82f50 "if'paymerit is . aeiayea anui lae ena 01 xne year. . -, , . . ; BATE OF. ADVERTISING. f.;pne tptret i(2 lines or lais,) i. s v " i fy Each additional -i;uf! i? t.; (") . i insertion, , : . 25 3 50 V. 12 months. 5 .Quinary, business cards per ann. 8 eH-No advertisemehts will be inserted in n this paper unless accompanied by the cash i.PT.flome person personally known to the editorbecoming responsible for the same. .O .tttrAll letters addressed to the editors , . rnut be Post-paid, or they will not : re- t. eive: attention. ? DIRECTORY. II i J OB PR ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 March 1847

tho Post office appropriation bill, and it was adopted. A committee of conference was ordered on the civil and diplomatic appropriation bill, also on the House bill for the admit ion of Wisconsin into the Union. House. Mr. Houston, of Alabama, from the committee of conference on the Postoffice appropriation bill, made a r port, which was agreed to. W Mr. Boyd moved to suspend the rules to take up the tf.OOOj bill yeas 0, nays 12 no quorum voting,ho igh there was a large one . present.. The committee rose, and Mr. Douglass - suggested an adjournment, with the un- - derstanditig that the hill should be the first, thing taken up iu the moridng. . - Wjcdxesday, March 36 o'clock. IN SkNATR. TIlA OrPfrnn 'IVrrilorUI . bill vris taken up, and after discussion, was laid on the table, 2J to 1 . The Rivek and Uaubj2 Bill, pass e'd -as. it came from the House. The resolution providing for the em plojrment of Dr. Houston as Senate Re- The bill to establish the territory of Minnesota was laid on...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 March 1847

J rVemberis disgraceful conduct, as well asjh'e h sses and rebukes he received by 'his old comrades at 'the VrVciiatfofo '6f Monterey.'. How be wae'rpruredl con. ,tiot say probably be was "spying, if Tjch a wretch could hare the "courage ta act as a spybut be that as it may I hear thifhe has been sent here to be shot.' There ii no sympathy for the coward. Isa Palria learn that at the battle of Brarito, near El Paso, there were only 14- Mexicans killed the rest were di. pursed. . '' ..,;L Palria says also that Senor Don A Vgel Araiijo, who has been a Spanish : officer, is now a Colonel in the Mohican 'service, and has formed a volui teer squadron of cavalry in Durango, which, in the short space of one month, he has drilled to equal the best Europen troops. Gen. M non has with him a squadron of the roluuteer dragoons of Guanajuato, commanded by Spanish officers, whu have emigrated to Mexico from the warlike re ?gion ofCabreiei. ItELjfEF OF IRELAND. Lilt of Lie u.n.j.iiit subscribed fo...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 March 1847

The Corlr nVnora or. nanrlt filing ivSV ! ails' .iff' s( tin! .-n ! jVio . . ana VlIlagel iri that extensive county. Aafljiiore oeaiQf irom starvation .- are xVported. xThe reporter of the Cork Ex aminer vea the. follows account from ISkibbereen : - ... ;: 'l"AfteT an absence of nearl it 'week from SkibbereenM nassed thronah that town on Thursday last. By two repect able inhabitants I was assured that the mortality, so far from diminishing.' had up to that day appeared to increase. Ono of these gentlemen told me, positively, that one day "during the week he had counted no less than fifteen funerals. On leaving Skibberaen, the coach was surrounded by at least sixty women in the most extreme destitution, and who appeared to pay par ticular attention to a" gentleman who was leaving Skibbcreen for Cork. On making inquiry as to this gentleman's name, I was informed that it wa3 Inglis that he had for some time held the situation of Cora-niisifyy-Gencral, and that he was sent down speciall...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 March 1847

JOMET SIGNAL . -v remember his disgraceful conduct, as well 9 . a the h;f I0i and rebuke bo received bv .."tiis old comrades at the evacuation of v.Iohterej. How he wu captured 1 con loot iay probably be was spying, il such a Wrclch could hare the couracrt to act as a spybut be that as it may I hear toai a Das oeen sent uere to Da shot. 1 here lino srmnathy fur the coward La Patria learn that at the battle of Hracito, near El Paso, there were only Mt Mexicans auiea me rest wcro 014 pursed. ' Lx Patria says also thtt Senor Don Atigel Araujo, who has been a Spanish omcer, is now a Uolonel in the Mexican ccmcc, and has formed a volunteer squadron ot cavalrv in rnr nan. which . - ,f 0 an the short space of one month, he has j in 1 . . . arnica 10 equal tne best .uropen troops. Gen. M non has with him a squadron of the volunteer dragoons of Guanajuato, commanded by Spanish officers, who have emigrated to Mexico from tho warlike re gion ofCabreies. IlELSEF OF IRELAND. Lilt of me .mount su...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 March 1847

BY CM CHARLEY. -JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MARCH 30, 1847. VOLUME 4, NUiMBElt 42. THE JOLIET SIGNAL. Is published every Tuesday morning . . - . T ! . Til on Unicago-streei, jouei, iu. Tebms. Two Dollars per annum pay ' able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is ' delayed until the end of the year, BATES OF ADVERTISING. 'One Square, (12 lines or less,) one insertion, 91, 4t ( Each additional insertion, 6 months, 12 months. 0 25 3 50 5 3 U It Ordinary business cards per ann No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied hy the cash or some person personally "known to the editoribecoming responsible for the same.1 OTAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention.. fttfsiNESs Directory. JOB PRINTING OF ALL KINDS, xecutedxcith Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel, Joliet. C H ARLES ENT. t&elsr in dry Good' Groceries, Boots, Bok IIrtATa, Crockery, Paile, Dr'g, Dye StuftV Tain...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 March 1847

IflterestinJroia Qti&n asu! California. Attack on the American Garrison--Destruction of thetoicn of Guamos by Com. Stockton the Mormons Expedition of Gen. Flores, $'C. The New York Tribune has received "a letter from the city of Panatr.a, communi cating tho following interesting intelli gence from Oregon and California : ' : Tho British surveying vessels.tho Herald and Pandora, arrived in the Bay "of Pana ma, the former on the 18th and the latter on the 16th of January, 1847. Their business here is to complete the survey of the Bay and the neighboring coast. They spent the last summer in surveying tha Strait's de Fuca and the Island of Vancou ver. The officers give different accounts of the value of this island some saying that it is very valuable, others that it i worthless. Tho naturalist is of the former The? left the Straits on the Dth of Sep tember test, and arrived at San V Bay, in Upper California, on the 2Gih of me jair.e monm, where they found tho American flag flying f...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 March 1847

rout.' Col. Morgan's command (the 2d Ohio Regiment) about 400 strong, loft Seralro where thejr weie stationed, to Join GenvTaylor, alter having burnt ever thing the could not take with them, and that Ka Ann hia rhole command were either cut to pieces or taken prisoners. That gallant, chiral. rous soul,Gen. MtCullougb, with his men. has been captured. He had not more than 28 men all told. I am sorrj to state that a rerj trofthj citizen of ours has boen captured, at leaat J I l 1 IL IK lirVlllIIlHIl Mil M III I Wlin T.rV CTflflfl ' grounds, as two or threo who went one day after him had been obliged to fall back ioa Cimargoi . Jesse D. Carr, Mr. Tron owetb, Mr. Grayson, Capt. McMullin, a clerk of Mr. Carr's formerly of McCul loch's company of Rangers, haying about 200 pack mules loaded with valuable goods, belonging to Peter Haile,of Mata moroi, and Messrs. Mather, Glover&Co., no doubt have bcea taken ; nothing has been seen or heard of them. Mr. Sprague, clerk tor S. A. Belden, E...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 March 1847

- GENTLE WORDS. 'JL young Rose in tha Summer-timo la btautiful to me, And glorious tha many start That glimmer on the sea ; -But gentle words and loving hearts, . And hands to clasp my own; Are better than the brightest flowers :. ..Or stars that ever shone." The rin may warm the Grass to life, The Dew, the drooping Flower, An eye grow bright and watch the light Of Autumn's opening hour But words that breathe of tenderness, And smiles we know are true, Are warmer than the tfummer-time, And .brighter than the Dew. It is not much the world can give, With all its subtle art, And Gold or Gems are jiot the things To satisfy the Heart ; But oh! if those who cluster round The altar and the hearth, Hare gentle words and loving smilejr, How beautiful is earth ! The Fibeslpe Is there to be found a fift of hraven more nrecinn. mnm onrtkv of our most ardent cratihide. than that f ug j v possessing a family, a home where virtues, J lrmrfnoe. mnA . 'H oiijujriucui are every Gay guests ; where the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 April 1847

.10 . J .mU r.;v: ,', . ' '. , i BY C. & C. ZARLEYi - j r:;-.;'. ::V-,? T;. :i u , ) ; ;. i JOLIET, ILLINOIS, APRIL 6,1847. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 43. , r.'j i " i i I I:' .1 'Si 1 Ik) ,;j:u?oiter signal. I. publisixied. every .Tuaaday j morniDg .X)tt(jhkago-fieeJoUetJll. c;;,; j Tehms. Two Dollars per anijum payi blg I'd advance, or; 82,50 if paymont ii delayed until the end of the year. BATES Or ADVERTISING. X)rie Square, (12 lini or leis,) T xno ai, UMC1 UUU 1 : 0 25 3 50 3 ' Ineertionr . - r6 months, ' it 12 months,' !Srdinarv business cards per ann.Y " No "advertisements 'will be inserted in .this paper unless accompanied by the cash "or " sbmeVpersoil pefibhally ktiown to the '(litorsDecdmirig responsible fof the same. OAlLletters addressed to the editors t rnust be Tost-paia, . gr they will , not re: ceive attention. . , BUSINESS DIKECTOtlV: J'd B. P R'lN T I N G 1 )s ,,.1 : OP. ALL KIJJD3, - - n : j . 1 1 i aeculed with Neatness and Despatch, t.;i s .. arilE OFFICE OF I" j THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 April 1847

Bf Telegrapa fai the Buffalo Express. New Yobk, March 20. ARRIVAL OF THE Twaty-eight dayi later from Europe.: BREAD STUFFS UP AGAIN. : The newt by the Hibeinia leached N." York about 6 o'clock on Saturday evening. The following were the quotation per Cambria. , . , s F Wheat per 70 lbs U. S. red 10 a lis ?2d; white, lie 3d a lie 9d. ... Indian corn per 480 lb 68 a 72a. In 'dian raleai per 19ff lb 33 a 34. ' Flour 196 lbs Canada swet,38 a 39s; U. S. sweet ditto; and Canadian sour 38 -a 34.. The demand upon the Treasury for the "relief of Ireland has forced the .government to make a loan of 8,000,000 with Ruth- childs. The corn trade has been in a ery fluctuating condition during February, ; after the Cambria sailed. The price of which continued to give way rapidly, until from the commencement of the reaction, it amounted to about 8 to 10a per quarter, and on flour 7 to 8s per bbl. Towards the middle of the month, renewed confi dence was observable, and purchasers came forward from Ir...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 April 1847

OoVttmk, which enabUd them to gain detfeira Y.ctorjr. Urrea retired pre tipit&Uljv and tha lina of communications ta the Rio Grand iseotirolj ra-opened. X.v FROM SANTA FE. ' Highly Important! ANOTHER BATTLE IN NW MEXICO-DEFEAT OF THE TAOS RABBLE A corespondent of tha St. Louis Her. writing from Independency on the 25ih of March, gives the following: .The dreidful fate of Got. Charles Bant and compaions, is confirmed, to the exclusion of doubt, bj the arrival of Mr. Thomas Caldwell from El Paso and Santa Fa Mr. C. brings us, in addition to the news aire ad giren, that of Dr. Waldo, from our count. Dr. Waldo was known in 'St. Louis well; he bad resided in New Itleiico over twelve ears, but what are 'ties or .professions to thee wretches? 'Twentv.five Americana had been killed, as far as had been ascertained, hut n full list I have ot een; ydti will, doubtless, ;get one from faithful "John Brown," in Santa Fe, I have learned a few particu lars with regard to the death of Rent, and ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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