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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 May 1847

7 ,'An Ai.i.egory. It was night. Jerus- " msrtjfn'qmctly 'lain id he r"liills7' ns ia child upon iLe-breast of its mother. The noiseless sentinel stood like a ilAlute at . bispost, and the philosopher's light lwrnfed diwl iu the recese of his chamber. .d?k night was abroad uppn the parlh. A moral ,:darkues3 involved the ;,otlon4n its .'ligfctened shadow. Rea. ,,: ton sqcq a taint , glimmering ; over the rmnda of men, like the cloud and ineffi. cient shining of a distal star- The,immortality of man's spiritual nature was unknown, his relation to heaven undiscovered, and his future destiny obscured in a cloud of raisterv. . It was at this period that ,two forms of eitjenai mould however above tho land f God's chosen people. They seemed sister angels sent to earth upon some mbassy of love. The one was of majestic stature, and in the well formed Jimbs which here snowy drapery scarcelyconcealed, in her erect bearing and steady eye, wero exhibited the highest degree strength and confidenc...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 May 1847

95 . BY C. & C. Z ARLBY (.::. :: i .-: 'j-'sfflE ,' :: - . - ., O i, JOLIET, SIGNAL. Is published; every Tuesday, morning n .Chicago-etreet, Joliet, 111. Tanais. Two Dollars per annum pay. feblo in advance, or 82,60 If payment is delayed until the end 6 the year." KATSSOF ADVEBTIsrNft. One Square, lines or less,) ' one insertion, 81. " Each addtaottal 0 25 3 50 5 3 .6 months, " : 12 months. ii Ordinary business cards Der ann. No advertisements will be inserted in iia paper unless accompanied by the cash 6r 'some person personally known to the leAitors'bocoming responsible for the same. OrAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. UUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB PRINTING-- , . OV 1XZ. KISD3, - - . .. Executed toitb Neatness and Despatch, . AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel, Joliet. CHARLES CLEMENT. t!er in dry Goods' Groceries, Bool9, Boots Uardware, Crockery. Pail?, Dmie, Dje Stiff' Paints, Oil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 May 1847

dent expectation that the shares will rise iu value a soon as they arc put into the market there could be nothing of this 4 the capitalist would easily console himself by the reflection that he had probably lost nothing. The truth is that there was an absolute eagerness for the loan-in he money market, and to have lost the cbauceJ ol taking it, it is deemed the same thine to rr lost-the ctos?ree"tf makrngmrmey-l it was apt very longrsince, that Mr. Walker, -in preposibg ar tax.oa icoffee. a' ndf tea, urged that some such measure was nea7y7iri oTdeHoT too" government, and ensure it a loan on favorable conditions. This'was a wis circumspection; for the" tins, but (t proved to have been-altogcther unnecessary. The moxtiacl men'tif all parties crowd about the gaVcramenrwlth thoir offers; precisely as hey! would ha re done: if e v ty article now froo-of doty had been tared, fo its utmost capacity of pfodueiga'rrreiiuevl Tho trutbis, .ve have nodrtubf, that, the prescnt ariffwill produeea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 May 1847

r - sf. Indeparid.enye'is. rery uneven and heavy timbered, but; frodacti've. Jbire miles tenth west brings yoa on to beautiful high rolling prairie of the best soil. Corn, temp and wheat are the principal productions ; thero Jj.a. scarcity of wood and Water. t:?.'i f... There has been no organization of any company yet. May has arrived tne weatuer cold. When the wind is south the thermometer-has been at 90 fahrenheit, whezi west at 35 at noon. t: .Yofcra, truly, ' ' ' CHESTER INGEtlSOLL. 07"The following is from the Lycoming (Pa.) Gazette, which we deem prop, per to copy, as tho individual of whom it speaks has been elected, by this county, as a Delegate to the ' constitutional convention. Worthy of the Honor. We observe tj the Joliet (111.) Signal, that the Defnocratic Convention, representing Will county, has placed in nomination, as a candidate for Delegate to the State Convention to alter and amend the Constitution of Illinois, our former fellow-citizen, VVilliam McClure, Esq. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 May 1847

Letters froia Salfillu laeldents A JSatlle Field. Correspondence of the New Orleona Delia. Saltillo, March, 2, 1847. In a letter which I wrote a few days inco, 1 gave you a very full account of the sanguinary affair of Bucna Vista, (pronounced Wano Esta) and will now give you a few scene which I have witucssed, not mentioned in that letter. The first view that we caught of the enemy, was when they had turned the Mlt flank of our lines, and wera pursulog tho flying Infantry and horsemen. Column after column had succeeded until thy formed a dense mass, numbering somethiEg like twelve thousand men No words can convey to you even a faint idea of their imposing appearance. Their arms ferillantly burnished, reflected, a million times the dazzling rays of the sun, their rich and gaudy uniforms stood out in bold relief tgainit the soiled and tattered garments oftho 'suffering.volunteers'their cavalry(lancers) drawn up in beauliful styto, in numbers from two to three icousana, and in lines, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 May 1847

BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MAY 25, 1847. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 50. . . THE ,;; ; JOLIET SIGNAL. Ie published every Tuesday morning on 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 year. , 'BATES OF ADVEHTI8INO. . , One Square, (12 linti or less,) , on insertion, 81, - Each additional A 0 insertion, ) . 6 months, 3 50 12 months,- 5 u ti it 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 edltorsbecoming responsible for the same. 03" All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS B1BECT0RV. 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. Dee'er in dry Good' Groceries, "Boots, Books JJardvaut, Crockery. Pails, Dra...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 May 1847

OFFICIAL DESPATCHES." Battle or cm. Scott and San la Anna. Headquarters of tiie Army. Plan del Rio, 50 miles from Vera Cruz, -April 19th,1847. Sir: The plan of attack, sketched Id General Order, No. Ill, was finalljTexecuted bj thi3 gallant arm, before.,2 o't clock, 1VM., yesterday. We were quite embarrassed with thejesult of victory prisoners of war, heavy ordnance, field batteries, small arms,- accoutrements. fAbout 3,000, men laid down -their arms .with the usual proportion of field and , company officers, besides .five - generals, several of them of great distinction. Pinaop,rJarrero, La Vega, Noriego, and .Obando, - A sixth general, Vasquez, was killed in defending the, battery (tower) in rear ..pf the. whole Mexican army, and the capture of which gave us those glorious remits.'. ;Tn .-. . -. Our loss though comparatively small in numbers, has beeu serious. - Brigadier Shield", a commander of activity, zeal, and talent, is I fear if not dead, mortally wounded. He is some Sve mi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 May 1847

fcaiobj, ril!esfgrapcsl:ot atid ororj class 'of projectile and misfortune; burtr u?,- re. Mucous toftsbes destrpj us, annihilate t(jtTio not dishonor u: Bend the entire No'rth(rtd i subjugate and rule over us,? but ivy not Aiocni Dome oroacr oi mc tun'tracl off eace, because that, devolving upon us the greatest scorn and the great, est humiliation, -would be O God! J thy greatest punishment." This, ,we are assured, U a true reuc of the feelings of the better , order of Mexicans ia regard to this unfortunate ppointmenT., The wheWatouts of Santa, Anna is somewhat problematical. . The. last ; authentic intelligence located him at Oriza. ba with & miscellaneous command of 3,000. Subseauent rumors report him as hating gone South to recruit his rankin I 7ajaca. it is certain- ua,uy. i himself at the capital sincev his .defeat. There is a report that he'desires to leave the countrj; but Mr'' Kendall thinks he Tnajr make a dash upon detached parties in the tear of the army,- or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 May 1847

Writing! of Wsihiflgton." AciOBS? those written in his own hand it series of ra&iimt, under, ths head of "Itules of cirihtj and decent behavior in cmpanj and conversation," -Of these ,tare are one hundred aad tea. The onljr peeimeos published wa extraet,and agree with Mr. Sparks in tho opinion, that "who. erer has studied the character of Washington, will be persuaded that some of its most prominent features took their shape from the rules which he thus earl selected and adopted as his guide.". 1. Ererj action in company ought to ba with some sign of reaped to . those present.' ' -' ' 2. In the presence of ethers, sing not to yourself with a humming noise, nor drum with your fingers or feet. 3. Speak not when others speak, sit not whoa others stand, and walk not when others stop. 4. Turn not your back to ethers, especially in speaking ; jog not the table or desk on which another reads or writes ; Jean not on anr one. - .5. Be no flatterer, neither play with aay one that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 1 June 1847

I(fW T1OT : BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JUNE 1, 1847 VOLUME 4, NUMBER 51i : ' )' . . , tub joliet signal. Is published every Tuesday morniog on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. . Tebms.-Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OP ADVEBTlSirfG. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, 81, , "" " Each additional nor,insertion, ,V " ' 6 months, 3 50 ' , J ' .12 months, ' 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or iome person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. OrAll letters addressod to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS DIBECTOUV. : . JOBP HINTING . OP ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF ,. THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel, Joliet. CHARLES CLEMENT. 'Dealtr'in dry Goods' Groceries, 'Boots, Boots IJafdwa...

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

LATEST NEWS. . (y Telrrafh to Bifo lo." New Yoiik, May 20 7 P.M. The southern mail bring New Orleans papers to tho 12tb, tut no later dates from Vera Cruf. Gen. Cadwalladerhas been ordered to join Geo. Scott with his command. - There seems to bo no doubt the rumef. ed movement of Gea. Scott, notwithstanding the information brought by Gen. Pillev. Mr. Black, late consul at Mexico has arrived at New Orleans. He states that C. M. Clay, Majors Gaines and Borland were stili prisoners at the city of Mexico. : A Vtra Cruz Correspondence of La Patria says Santa Ansa was still at Orizabs, recruiting; at the last accounts, he bad 4000 troops, only one half of whom wue armed. He had distributed more than a hundred commissions to guerrilla leaders, who were to command parlies of 50 to 100 each Many of these parties wee said to be in the vicinity of Vera Cruz and Jalapa road, and hardly a day passed but four to eight men perished. Oae third part of the prisoners tit the Castle of San Juan report...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 1 June 1847

Strong siege train. - On lb Mondaj following. Major General PaUeron would follow , with tho Tolunteer force. Gen. Twiggs bring up the rear, with bis Torce regulars. - General Scott's force is too small to spare aoy details for garrisoning the towns ia the rear, and keeping upen his communications. His hope is, that tlie new force to be sent to him, will ta able to clear his rear, and forward his "supplies -.For the present, he will bare to depend on the . enemy for his subsistence. ' Supplies can easily be obtained in the country, for an adequate compensa tion.But the people will drive off the cattle and destroy the crops, rather than to yield them up to our troops without compensation. Noseriou apprehesion, on account of the safety of Gen. Scott's army, need, we think, be entertained, if the Government takes steps to supply the places of the volfcntetfr regiments whose term of service will expire about the time Gen. Scott reaches the Capital. There are now about two thousand men of...

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

f'JIfa Eltielv of Eeargrass. " ' Here is a soap story, in the manufac. ture of which; we should ' say, ; no small quantity of lie was found necessary: - -JimJack .was. one of those persons usually designated "hard customer," and in bis case the terra applied. , . A careless fellovr ibat could whip bis weight in wild cats, and caro no mora for a tustle with a bear than a fisticuff with one of his neighbors, for Jim was "cock of the walk on the head waters of Beargrass. Although he had the good will of most cf the neighbors, yet none of the folk, in "them digins" felt inclined to nearer relationship vitb tim. Of this fact he seemed pretty; well satisfied, for he never atlemped any flirtation with, any of the fair ones of Beargrass. It happened that when Jim had reached twerrtyeight years, a newfamily arrired, in which two of the "tallest gal3 ycu over did see," as Jim described th-crn. One of them,: Nancy, took his eye "tarnation- strong," end he concluded to "sit right up to her.1' J...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 June 1847

7 ) ) BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS; JUNE 8, 1847. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 52. m ' mimat . , THE ' . . ; JOLIET SIGNAL. . ' Is published every Tuesday morning ' on Chicago-street, Joiiet, HI. - Tebjis. Two Dollars per annum pay. ' able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is . delayed until the end of the year. BATBS OF -ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or les3,) one insertion, . . 81, . " " Each additional ft ' - ; insertion, it : e months, 3 50 : ii in months, ' ' 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 : editorsbecoming responsible for the same. (KrAll' letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS PIftECTOftY. J O B PR IN TING . OF ALL KINDS, Executed wi'h Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. GEO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. National Hotel. Joiiet. CHARLES CLEMENT. Dealer in dry GoodV Groceries, 'B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 June 1847

Louis Keveille. JLaiesl from il2exsco. - interesting ! The noblo steamer Old Hickory, Capt. Stetiioiui, arrivod yesterday from New Orleans, bringing papers of the 20th.We are indebted to our friends on board for full files. There had been two arrivals from Vera Cruz, and we make a num. ber of extracts (rem the Picayune. It is the opinion, says that paper, of officers just retarned from Mexico and wo may mention the name of Gen. Pat- . terson in this connection that the probability of conquering a peace upon the . plan of warfare hitherto pursued is slender indeed. It is thought by them that an army of forty thousand, rank and file, should be in the field ; that captured cities should be put under the jurisdiction of ' American citizens ; that the revenues of the Stato should be seized to defray the expenses T)f the war ; that all the resources pertaining to the Government should be held as spoils of war, and that the military authority setup by tho United States rmy. should exercise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 June 1847

try, Charles Solei and Edward Leeraan, warnea; Dsxtor VVhippIa, cook: Faa eteamor United - Statet, Captain 7hitaker, left Ashtabula at 6 o'clock p. 5 li., with'a Vessel in taw, in tearca of the Vrock, bul'wai unabla to find it. Frtfn t.ie New Or! ran? Picayune 'of the 25ih nH Movement of Santa Anna uvon Ptiehla Gen. Scolt still at Jalapa Health of wn. omeiasana Uen. P F. SmithArrival of Mr. Ttist. Bj the arriral ofthe schooner Eleanor titerens, Capt. 1111 from Vera Cruz, whence the sailed on the 5th iait. three days Jater than ourprerious adricos. me raorement 01 oanta Anna upon Puebla is mentioned in Mr. Kendall's let. ter below. Hopes are entertained that Gen. Worth may be 10 ' fortunate as to encounter him. The ptobable motives of Santa Anna are conjectured by Air. K. Gen. Worth left Perote for Puebla on the - 10th, with his own and General Quit J? w - roan uivmoni. no was olpected to vnter Puebla on Sunday, the 16th It is supposed the authorities of the town will come out to mee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 June 1847

Dayoxetixo a RECBUiT.-Wben Capt. Shepard'e company marched on board the Mendan steamer yesterday, a guard wag placed at the gangway to prevcot the re. crulti from going ashore. One' of them; named James Kord, passed from on board over another boat, and' afteawardi tried to pass in over the AfancTan, but Was stop: - ped by the, sentry, who" . demanded "his Taslerore be could go on board." Soma altercation occurred, upon which Ford, who w partly ; intoxicated, "stepped "a. bore and picked up a piece of rock, and returned to the sentry, ihrealenfcg to knock him down if ho persisted; in refus". ,CPg'fcinT admission on board.-The sentry pushed hirn back vith his musket, upon which the .iormer itepped.'back" a" few. paces and hurled the rock at the guard, and then started to run. Thai guard pursued with his musket at a, charge, and .-before Ford reached the end of the plank he run him clear throvgh the Jocfywith his bajchct. Ford did not staler. On rPCOivinrr Iha wound, but run, ashore, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 June 1847

- r , i - -,- :' - ' - 1 ' - ' ... . V.- . i. "i.- ' J " ' ." " : ":' i 'f i V ft 4 MC.&.C.ZAIILEY. - JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JUNE 15, 1847. VOLUME 5, NUMBER' K r. i at re Hp r .... VI J THE v.'.it:. JOLIET signal. ,. . t Is published every. Tuesday rnorning oChicago-etteet, Joliet, 111 . TiaBM. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance; or 82,50 1 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. 1 ' BATES OF ADVERTISING. : One Square, (12 lin or lees,) ono insertion, 81, 4 n Each additional i n n insertion, 5 ' 6 months, 3 50 12 mnntha. 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 editorebecoming responsible for the game. (KrAll letters addressed to the editors must bfc Post-paid, or they will not re. ceiv6 '4Vtention : BUSINESS DIBECrORY. JOB PRINTING OP ALL KINDS, Executed with Nrdtnesa and Despatch, AT TELE OFFICE OF r : THE SIGNAL. 3EO. SMITH CRAWFORD, M. D. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 June 1847

Emjiorir.iU from Mexico. General Worth at Puebla Advance of the Army Ilerrcra Elected President of Mexico Capture of a Train, fyc. Wm delay the press, says the Now Orleans Picayune of the 27lh ult., to anBounce the arrival of the steam ship Palrnetto, which sailed from Vera Cruz bh the 22d inst. General Worth entered Puebla on the afternoon of the 15tb, after a sharp skirmish with a party of lancers sent o-it to d?Iay his advance. .. Santa Anna was in the city at the mo inent, but at once left and pushed on to. wards Ibe 'capital. ' ,' ';' ,'. 'It Was reported that Gen. Valencia was between Puebla and the capital at the bead of fourteen thousand men, to resist our furtbor advance, but this i doub ful. ; The resul t of the Presidential election was not hnown. Santa Anna, Elloriaga, and Ilerrcra were candidates among other. . ' ! Santa Anna is said to have had a considerable force with him when he passed through Puebla variously estimated at from 1,500 to 10,000. It is shrewdly sus- p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 June 1847

Af ajcbnventidn of the Democratic delcgates -of Will County, belt at Ura Court House in Joliet, pursuant to notice on Wednesday the 9ih da of June, 1847, fofr the nomination .of suitable candidates for tLo" several 'following Count 08ices,to tvtt : , Uecordari Count Commissioners' Clerk, JSchbbl Commissiener, Treasurer and Assessor,Probate Justice eflhe Ppace, Count "Commissioner, and Count Surveor; Dr. Alexander .Spencer was elected President, and Dr. Chauncey Hoffman and William Smith, appointed Secretaries. Whereupon, the several Dale. gates' were called upon to prncent thsir credentials, as the several Precincts were called by the Secretaries -and the follow, ing'appeared?; ; Kankakee -not represented. Rock Village William Rowe, David Bloom and G. W. Kerns. . Plainfield Lyman Foster, Alexander Spencer and George R. Dyer. Du Page Amos C. Pax son and Francia E. Towner. Jackson John Alexander and Michael Rogers. Oregon Alexander F. Foster and S. R. Rathbun. Lockport Patrick O'Mara'...

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