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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 6 April 1847

f I f . S 13 it r I ;. -. - ' m 5 ri f i om thVXitewjy Woild ' 1.; Wo nave been fitvored by a gentleman of Boston. Mr. Francis vParktnan, who huVfeenUy'Teturhed fronV'aa excursion !?,?0 RdcJ Mountains,' undertaken- du. Mnthtflast aeason.'rith perusal of a Tolume of sketches of the journey, a few pages of which we are at liberty; to lay before the reader ,The object!1 of Mr. Parkman's tour were adventure arid the prosecution of come .scientific inquiries relative to-Indian language, usages, dec, in the course of which ha met with incidents,., opportunity for .which' is ' every day pisfiing : xapidly away. At Van advanced stage of the 'journey we find the traveller at the trading post of Fort Laramie, tho quiet of which U" Jnvaded by the eager bands of emigrants : who are more numerous now than the Buffalo on the great Vesfern plains -' -j Fort Laramie is ajost of the ' American Fur Company. 1 The men who stood attha 'gatercast, at first, inquisitive and puspicious "glances upon us.' ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 April 1847

- ; .. . ..... :. . ; : ' . ! ........... ' ; -:----.,"?" ;- m r T ? , U A 1. i. nr-h.;:;?.. ,: - ; ' ; - ' .. if: 'J - - .?T" BY C; & C. ZARLEY. JOLTET, ILLINOIS, APRIL 13, 1847. VOLUME 4, KUJIBEU 44. ! i I1 ?! i 1. 1 5 r- .- rTilE . .. . : JOLIET SIGNAL. I published every Tuesday merning oh Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. - .- Tebms. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or 82.50 if payment is delayed until the end of the ytfar. ' BATES OF ADVtHTlSIXO. One Square. (12 lines or less,) ona insertion,; : 91t , M Each additional q g5 . ; insertion, ! . " 6 month 9, J i" . 12 months, Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 50 5 3 No advertisements1 will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by fhecasb or some person personally known'to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. (Kr All letters addressod to the editors must bo Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS DIRFXTOftY. JOB PR IN TING iF ALL KINDS, xeculcdwi'h Nratness and Despatch, &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 April 1847

m umm regubxt.. Jacidtnt at Ihe Baitle of Basin Vista. At a very ethical of p;int of the battle on the 23d, when it became necessary to sustain one of our columns, which wasstaggering under a charge made by the Mexicans in overwhelming numbers, Gen. Taylor despatched Mr. Crittendon to crder Col. McKeo, of the Kentucky regiment, to bring his men into immediate notion. Mr. Crittenden found the regi iment, men and officers, eager for the fray, delivered the order and rode back to the General, by whose side it was his duty to keep. The Kentuckians moved forward in gallant style, lad by McKee and Cay. both of whom, ala ! fell in a subsequent part of the day. It so happened that, before reaching a position from which they could deliver an effective fire, the regi. mcnt had to cross a valley which was broken up by ravines and masses of stone. Whilst croaiing the valley, the heads only of the men could be seen from the poiut which Gen. Taylor and. Mr. Crittenden occupiedand these were bobbi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 April 1847

s. -spported in conjunction with Wil counfj; Samuel -Anderson, haring reeeived a majorit of all the rotei. was de. 3iarad unanimously nominated. Mr. Whittomora, from ths c( mraitlea on rtiolutions ; reported the following which were aaopia. itesolvoa, Ibit our confidence 11? the State Administration, if undiminished ! that the poliej pursued byoui Governor is calculated to euhaace ins weifre or the people. uesoivcu, inai me uemocratie party is the party of principle and equal rights. ttesoiven, mat asm limits in Illin iU hv. always failed to answer the purposes contemplated nd have contributed largely to impair the general prosperity of tho State ; therefore we are deci dedly opposed to them. ' : jvuwwcu, x nai we oeiy lom JUlciie and his southern e'ique, ' to read fioin tho .Democratic party, the lion. John Wentworth, wh'j always has eapported Democratic principles and regular nnminetions; and we belters that the told and noble stand taken by him for fiee tea and eofjse, and 'for c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 April 1847

Correspnude ifcc Se i ivr'entiie Pregideiimnd Tlunua II Betitonin relation to Hie Majui General;wp.; --'. V From the Washington UiJoni In consequence of ihe Jmportaice of tno subject, ..and of tha deep . 'interest vhicbtha-puhlic takes , ii? it, aud of the Tarjqu speculations (Avbich have gone forth in the public presses, wo hasten to lay the following correspondence before our readers. It is taken from a printed copy now before us, which Gen. Benton has addressed, to the members of the Senate. , . . By this result, the- country ; does not lose the sexyiee of ,VIr. Benton, but he Tsmains in i the bfgh office of Senator of the United'Siates, whicli. be has so long and honorably graced. . WAsnrxGTON City, .March 10, 1847. Sir, Plaase to receive, as a inark of my respect, ar copy .oft he following letters which explain tte circumstances under vhich I decline to" accept 'the appointincut of rnajcr generaj tn tliearmy. lie specti fully, sir, vour obedient servant. THOMAS' H BENTON. To th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 April 1847

OIL K 0 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. J OLIETj ILLINOIS, APRIL 20, 1847. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 4.'). JOLIET SIGNAL. le published every Tuesday morniDg 'on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. Tebms. Two Dollars per annum pay. ablo in advance.'or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) on insertion, q1, Hi Each additional f 025 insertion, $ 6 months. . 3 50 ( U 15 mnntTi a 5 'Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in 'this paper unless accompanied by the cash 'or some person personally known to the editorsbeco'ming responsible foT'&e same. (KrAll letters addressed to the editors 'must be Post-paid, or they will toft receive attention. OTSIKES3 DIRECTORY. JOBPIUNTING OV ALL KINDS, aecuted with Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel, Joliet. CHARLES CLEMENT. )Jle t in dry Goods' Groceries, Bonl, Book , UarnVuro, Crocksrj. Pails, Dng,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 April 1847

had abrush with loOOoflhe enemy's cav. ajry, at Maddellin, a smalltown abi.ut six jr eight miles south of Vera Cruz, and repulsed the enemy. The Mexicans had command of a bridge over a small river, which runs through the town, but vere driven from it with a loss much greater than was suffered by Col. liaruey. This is supposed to have been the advance of 10,000' of the enemy which are at Perote, and which it is supposed designed coming in the rear of our line by a circuitous route and creating a diversion m favor of the besieged. Gen. Scott, it was supposed, would RUvanca oon on the capital. Gen. Twiggy brigade, when the Princeton left, was.under arms, prepared to march to Jalapa, and Gen, Quitman's brigade was preparing to march upon Alvarado, which it-was-eupnosed u;ould be. taken without-much difficulty, as no preparation had been made for a land attack. Midshipman Rogers is at Porote, but it is not believed that it is designed, to harm him. and the general opinion is that he woul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 April 1847

. ... JOBIET SIGNAL. rJOLTET, ILLr .TnenJay, April 20, 194T. -? :; f :f". The Election. . ThU election has been one of the most ' exciting that , was ever held in this coun1 tjr. The Abolitionists by uniting with the 'Whigs on J., O. Norton, who rallied all their, strength, bare been enabled to diniinish'$ur usual majority. There was but little opposition' to" any of the candidates,' except for this and Iroquois Countiti, but notwithstanding some democrats saw fit to oppose their avowed principles, and join with the whigsand abolitionists, we are confident that tneTdemocraiic candidate will have a handsome 'majority in this county. We are - truly gratified at this result, considering the efforts which were made to carry Will co., tor Ivtr. Nor. ton. i If tho Democrats ot Iroquois have ddne their duty, John Chamberlain is doubtless elected. The democracy here, we think, have done nobly, considering the disadvantages which they labored under. Sir. Norton had a double chance, being an ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 April 1847

-.jvi&l&.i"'irs' iKl-at.r-.-It-nnii , , nwJS,v , w, ,M , --, , If JFrom ike Jinny in N E W- M E X I O r : Our Engagements icith the Insurgents ttco hundred and eighty Mexicans killed 1 ' T1 1 Americans killed and 47 wounded tL -Col.Price tcoundedCapt.Burgwin killed. Our neighbor of the Republican yes. leraij received n an old friend, Mr. Peter B. Harris, of Boonrille, who was a passenger in the L. F. Linn, an extra from the Government printing office at Santa Fe, giving an account of the insurrectiori'at Taos, and of several battles which followed it. This eitra was brought by an express which recently arrived at Independence. We copy it -.StLReveile. Massacre of Governor Bent and other Americans at Taos Battles qfCanad, El Emboda,Taos and MorofAmericans victoviovs ! On the 13th of January, 1847, Charles Kent, Governor of the Territory of New Mexico, left Santa Fe, tte seat of governrnent, for Taoa, his place of residenc Whilst there, ihe friends of two Puebl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 April 1847

jBY Ck G 2ARLEY. J OLIET, ILLINOIS, APRIL 27, 1847. i ; . Z J. I VOLUME 4, "NUMBER 46. c '. . THE ' . JOLfIET signal. li published "every Tuesday morning on Chicago-ltreet; Joliet, 111. Tbbms. T?Wb Dollars per annum payable in advance, brt:8?,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. ; , : - HATES OP ADVERT! SI JfO. . ' ' One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion. " Each additional insertion, 0 25 " 6 months, 44 12 months, 3 50 5 3 , Ordinary business cards per ann. No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or eome person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. O-All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB PRINTING OP ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OS THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. v National Hotel. Joliet. CHARLES CLEMENT. Jfols r in dry Goods' Groceries, Boole, Book , Hardware, Crockery, Pdile, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 April 1847

general m.chf of the United St armies, and at a point to be agreed upon dj the commissioners. 2. Mexican officers shall preserve their arms and private effect, including horses andferniture, and to be allowed regular and irragular officers also the rank and hle.five dajr. to retire to their respective homes onparole a, hereinafter prescribed. , i.C,dentwilhthe "tender, as tjpalated in article 1, the Mexican flags of the variousibrts and stations shall be truck, saluted by their own batteries; nd, immediately thereafter, Forts San. tiago and Conception and the castle of el d'U1,oa. occupied by the forces f the United States. 4. Tho rank and file of the regular pOTiion of tbeiprisoners to be disposed of, afierurrenderand parole, as their gen. eral-in-chief may desire, and the irregular Jo be permitted to return to their homes , . I he efficers, in respect to all arms and descriptions of forces, giving the usual parole, that the said rank and file, as well a uemseives, shall not arve a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 April 1847

WJLEJL OOUN'i' Official. .... . n r-. V 25 O "0 5s - O CD 33 j - a 3 ST 5 s " ' a S ?, s S E P s ! S g ? 5 a. z ? 'g- s; 'Pr.W . 1 2 I" I t 1 I I ! f o V B: : 2 "o, t- -. 9 a a -be. 2L - ? 2 -,t , "L P- 25 5- P -V Tlainfiald, " 80 87 1 51 51 86 69 86 Vtest Joliat, ' . 141 141 1 19 29 2 95 72 114 37 Joliet, 186 160 1 22 23 '4 107 120 149 36 Forked Creek, 153 150 ,30 53 126 94 127 92 Oregoa, 14 16 1 "8 8 10 19 15 Hickorj Cresfc, 43 35 7 15 TB 32 31 30 Round Grore, lr8 44 2 20 41 26 41 2 Du Page, 19 21 6 6 1 7 24 4 -21- . . Romeo, 25 25 25 25 Van Bursa, 61 54 20 2 50 26 55 6 : Lockport, 66 57 58 -25 20 56 62 67 9 Jackson, '33 30 6 28 18 29 4 Thorn Creek, 43 41 34 32 38 5 -89 28 Dallas, 10 10 3 10 Rock Villaga 67 67 1 1 26 61 & 39 26 Kankakee, . 38 36 15 29 "17 20 Spring Creek, 10 10 10 -29 37 9 50 11 32 Totalf, 1050 984 105 -247 279 2 3 745 742 12 875 292 From Vera Cruz. The schooner Charon, Capt' Golding, -' arrived, says (he New Orleans Evening Bulletin of the 14th, last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 April 1847

Hints-in 'regard to Frait Trees. At an Agricultural meeting in .'Boston recently the subject of fruit treei & their culture was discussed. In regard to 8ETTIJCG OCT TKEEJ. , i It is recommended to put aconiidet ableJot efatonas in the bottom of the holo in which it is placed. They would grow much more rtpidlj than those in the same soil not Bet out in this manner. The growth of the formor, it was itated, was from 12 to 15 inches in circumference, a foot from the ground, in six years time; while others without stones, by their side, measure only 9 inches in the same time, and this, on dry, sandy soil. .. Swamp mud was an excellent application to a. soil of this sort. Great care should be taken after set ting out young trees, to keep them steady and firm in the earth; it they were swayed about by the wind, tho little rootlets, on-which the life of the tree depends, were mored and deranged, and the growth of the tree was impeded, if not fatally checked. 6"takin7, for this. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 May 1847

i i i BY C.& C. ZARLEV, JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MAY 4, 1847. Volume 4, number 47. 5 " . 5 I I ti ll 1 II J-' .. .. THK. , .', JOLIET SIGNAL. la published every Tuesday morning 'on CMcago-Btreet, Joliet, 111. Te'rms. Two Dollars per annum pay. able In advance, or 82,50 if payment is 'delayed until the end of the year. . , BATES OP ADVERTISING. 'One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, 81, . i Each additional Q25 ' insertto'D, . 6 months, :p 50 12 months. 5 . it it it Ordinary business cards pet a'ft'n. "3 No advertisements will be inserted in 'this paper unless accompanied by the cash 'or some person personally know to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. , OrAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. : JOB PRINTING OP ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M.D. National Hotel, Joliet. CHARLES CLEMENT. ! Delsr in dry Goods' Groceries, Bo...

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

ARRIVAL OF THE Fourteen Days Later from Europe. Important Commercial Intclligcnce-DetUn in Ursadslofs Advance in Cotton. The Cambria arrived at Boston-at 61 o clock on Tuesday evening. The most important event since the del parturo of the IJibernia, is the decline in the price of provisions.. The corn markets are receding in every direction, and m some descriptions that of Indian corn for instance the fall has been astound. in.- ,. . ."l"" iw ill nil 3;CVIC3 Ul 1UUU surprised many persons, and, in even the judgment of the uninitiated, exceeded the necessities, of tho case. : Flour, like Indian corn, has eustained a considerable fall. - , : .. ... . O.'Connell's health, had improved and he had gone to Rome. If he would avoid excitement, it was thought he would recover. - The slate of Ireland is improving. The nccouuls received of he result of the car. rying into effect of the general order for the dismissal of the fifth part of the laborer? pn the public works show that destitution h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 May 1847

A Naaiii.rr-VVei learn from tj Louisville Courier that there, was a. great tneetiog ueld iir Lexington, ea the. 12th ultlf to take measures for'brinjfngi -back the remains of the biave Kentucky volunteers-, officers, and privates who fell at Buena Vista.,, An eloquent and Stirling address was deUTed.by Thoi.' L. Crittenden, the gallant Volunteer aid of Gen. Ttylor, who wti present by invitation. Proper' resolutions ware adopted by the meeting, and & committee was selected to ' proceed to the field of , Buena Vista and bring back tho bodies of their departed friends. :' Wil( not Illinois show like feel, ings of respect for her gallant sous, trho fell at that bloody battle I. V ' 4, ' Vibgijcia Electioxs. The riturni of the election in Virginia, 10 far as received, are rather unfavorable to the democrats. It is said that Ervrin, whig, has been elected to Congress from" the 4th district; Goggin, whig, from the 5th: Bjtts, whig, from the 6th; Bailey, dem., from tha 7th; Bea'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 May 1847

"JHstcr, did you see my Coon!' BY JOE BIRD, A SEW MISSOURI COHRESPOSTu . dem1. ---:. j, : I bad business with a gentlemen livIng near Norfolk; Va., which called ' 'torn front St-' Louis in' the fall of 1844, during the most exciting part of the race betwee n Messrs. Clay and Polk for the Presidency. The popular mind was most fearluUy ex. cited jet' it could not extinguish that zest for amusement and the ludicrous which is every where found in young men. The following relation will show ho n rife it then was in tbe'Old Dominion.' On finishing my breakfast the morning after ray arrival, I mounted my horse to visit Mr. D., whose residence was a few miles from the town. J had not gone more than lour miles, in a musing and in a slow walk, when I met a man with a large live coon strapped upon his back. The man was tall, sallow,and ofastfan" ely awkward. A broad and simple grfn of inward joy made me venture a parley with him. ' ' ' i "Friend, what on earth is that you have on your shoulder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 May 1847

iBY.C.&C.ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MAY 11, 1847. VOLUME '4, N UM BEll ;4 8: 'J THE ? ; JOLIET SIGNAL. Is' published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-6treet, Joliet, 111. " Thbms Two Dollars pet annum pay.' Me in advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. . One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, 81, " Each additional insertion, . $ " 6 months 0 25 3 50 5 U .12 months. Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 . No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. (KrAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS BIKECTOIIY. . -JOB PRINTING UF ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF ' THE SIGNAL. MEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel, Joliet. '.' CHARLES CLEMENT. Dealer in dry Goods' Groceries, Bonis, Books " Ilnrtlwer?!, Crockery. Pails, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 May 1847

Tho terms of tho treaty aro also men. tionod. Austria, it is said, is to undortakc the works on the coast, and in the port of Alexandria; tho regulating tho course of the Nile is to bo at the expense of Egypt; France to undertake tho" roads through tho desert; England to restore the port of Suez, and . to construct the basians, and all other necessary establishments. It is also said that M. Negrelli, and several other engineers under his orders, will set out for Egypt this ujumij,iorme purpose ot making the netetsery surveys. On the other hand, the whole affair n represented a, a private .undertaking, which will ha warmlv 6UD- , , y f norfpri hv Inn flfnvornmnnl Whether it be a government or private undertaking, We think there is little doubt that this communication will soon bo commenced, and carried out. ' We know not what inmicnnn our onen ing cf the isthmus of Tehauntepec will have over thi? last movement; but it is rather a curious coincidence that two pro ia. i ..i jv., vt Buu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 May 1847

t J i. 4 P i The Supposed Battle. ; Saturday morning, 5 o.clock. Tho t ; tcamer 'De5anc" has just arrived from 'Su'Lbuii. Her officer" report tfiat just ,: ,,as ihey were learingSt Louis, a steamer ;-.Vried from New Orleans, with aiithen. lie information, to the effect that about tea 14th of April, a blood conflict took tyace between the American troops un'der Scolt, and the Mexican under jSanta Anna, at a point called Cerro Gordc. . Report says that 6000 Mexicans were filled, a large number taken prisoners, the carriage of Santa Anna, containing a largo amount of money, and his ampu tated leg, were also taken., Santa Anna macfe&is-feseape on one of his carriage horses. On the part rff the Americans, 500 are reported to hare been killed. We will issue an Extra when the news ar. f rivus. Hennepin Herald. FURTHER PARTICULARS or the Battle of CERRO GORDO f A friend handed us a St. Louis ReDub. iioan this morning,- 'oif May 7, containing - .... the tollowiag'lelter, taken fr...

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