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

mice and servitude the masses the people, lie has felt that, when standing upon the soil where lived and died his ancestors, he and his posterity were like them to remain as bondsmen in their native land. AH these things are bright and vivid in his memory, and because they are, an American fears that the institutions of his land will not in that man6 eyes, bear a comparison with the policy of European governments! Wo i' A nrh !aj A . 1 " 1 u v siv ucanc 11 ci up caiurauzea citizens as political gods, to be worshiped because they have chosen our land in preference to the tyrannized climes of Europe; wo simply want them, when they become citizens, to lose their distinctive j ov ition, and that we may present to the world one broad, free, and independent body of citizens, all of the same rank, all enjoying the same rights and privileges, knowing no distinction save that which genius and merit secures. The assertion that Washington was averse to the naturalization of foreigners, and to ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 July 1847

. Mem to have com to the determination -to get through as toon as possible. n Some petitions wars nreaenteri in ro. - wuwo ui uuucriuicnuani r it Common SCnnni. ll rirl rAfarrf' TKa pie in all portions of the State are alive on the subject of schools. Air. VVead on the committee on county organization, made a Report in relation to the matter referred to the committeeand . . i m . - w y "gMiaiuu YVUJCU abolishes the county Commissioners' Court, and establishes a board of Super, risors. The convention then went into committee of the whole on the same subject as yesterday, Mr. Crain in the chair. Section 10 fras again taken under con. sideration, and amendments were offered intending, as I suppose, to restrain the Legislature Irom action in special sessions other than to the matter laid before them by the Governor in his Proclamation. A number of speeches were made. Mr. Butler of Lake was for report of the comrenonea a. lowmnin firirm . i l mittee. He is a very good debater, but seldom...

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

n t one imerfca. : r, - The following extracts are form the Gazette d France, published in Paris: To um up between the Iewinnd Old Worlds, education, taxes, government, public works, languagey war, marine a fairs, in fact every thing forma a contrast perfectly different with the Young Amerca"f tliVVntfsTState-thVre "perfect e-quality-exists among the whites; their social laws ftrprimitiver 4indTthey eiijoy the largtst liberty. The blacks are treat. d with every, careV'and enjoy more' comforts than most of the agricultural labor. rs of Europe. .--.;.-. t - - In the tniteTStates; each" village La's an unfettered press,-papers which are not subject to stamp - duty , or taxes,1 a library and a free school, where the old ' EuropeAa emigrants, usually very ignorant, go m!x tritr.ucled witb their children. In 'tie Unrted States, Ae countryman, agri. culturut, or merchant, is free of alilhe Tarlous imposts, such as lor patents, salt "2WMB-P?rte' Mcense -.to carry arms, in -all direct , mpos...

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

: 1 t - t )Iel4 njumad' ork and . A . i 'I Diatbtf own -i.'oi from nent AR. anil; iiitic ; t of EMvery alion liero, alth, :ated, icrf . Dis-' iiwng ;d b it ot ami what with ad a .- ? each para 1 i pre:: tnada, . aidesUUSr'" . ilionfinflj, 'avor . a pit itrect lams . er nil inois r ether ligan i Sur--nit I i un d in ' hir ttfke alma i tit 1 tnej ied o ye a-, three i inr lf to then. H7. iO. e la- old?,. pins imp andsna of r i Trod' ha' uninedi Thw that , . 'rt it in of it' ! rIis ,, ungV. their iteful f :he 1 ,ni:( rhola "; ' r . T 'J ! New, ,: com- , i torrred ' uiU ' me. speak. : : ; JOLIET, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 3, 1847. . . ; ye - - 4.1 IlL- ' , ! V JOLIET SIGNAL. ! ; ; Is published every -1 Tuesday morning 'vn Chicago-street, Jolje II J. : r : i Terms. rTwo Dollars per Annum payable in advance, or $2,50 if payment is 'delayed until the end of tke.Jfiakj , ' HXtS OF ADVEBTIStN3 J trn One Square'. p2r line or lesp,) ; I tn insertion, ., 81, f . , Bach additional ' -t insertion, , $ ' 6 ...

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

I" I 11111 11 I 'certiorari" and insert "and all other writs necessary to the rightful exercise of ap. pelate jurisdiction." Mr, Harvey moved to strike out of the amendmect the word"appellate." Carried And then the amendment was adopted. Sec. 3. The supreme court shall consist of one chelfjustice and two associate justices, who thall not be less than thirty, five yeare of ago, and shall rrceive a sal- wrj wnwoiYo uuuorea aouars per annum acb, and no more, payable quarterly. Mn Witt moved to insert after "age," and who shall hire been a citizen of the United States for five years;" which was adopted. Sec, 4- The justices of the supreme court shall be elected by the qualified vo. tertof the state, on the first Monday of Jlarcb after the adoption of this article; returns whereof shall be made to the Secretary of state, who shall count the same in the presence of the Governor aud Auditor, or either of them: the three persons having the highest number of a m -rotes snail be elected. Mr. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 3 August 1847

1 1' 'i 1 I, I: MEXICAN AFFARIS. Letter from Mr. Buchanan in relation to 7 Mexican ajairs Referred to the Mex. ican Congre$s. . -". The Picayune Extra, of alj 12th has - deceived, bjr the arrival of the steamer McKim, which left Vera Ci-uzon the 4th with files from the city of Mexico to the 20th' June. Tira Government paper published a oiamunicattOT from the Minister of Foreign Aflkirs, addressed to the meml.era of lire Mexican Congress, nd referring them io the dispatch of SeerGtarv Buc. hanan, announcing the appointment' of Mr. Trist. Mr. Buchanan's letter is dated April 15lh and acknowledges the receipt of the Mexican Minister's letter of Feb. 22d, declining to accede to our proposition to tend commissioners to Jalapa; or , any other point,until the blockade of the Alex ican ports should be raised,, and the -Mixican territory evacuated by our troop. ' Mr. Buchanan insisted that the Pre&i. dent holds such conditions inadmissable , neither demanded hy National honor, no...

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

' CALIFORNIA , A Fronv the ; correspHiienf of she New York Sun we gledn a number ot'lntepest -ing facts relative to affairs in California. By a letter dated, Bay of San Francisco, March 5tb, on board the ship T, H. Perkins, we learn that Col Stevenson's command has safely arrived on the western shore of the Pacific, and has been ordered to Montery by Gen; Kearney- The writer says; m ;;.; , . .. ... " "The Savannah and Cyane ships of war are lying, here, and two merchant Vessels.-' The Americans lhave a fort on the side hill, overlooking the bay, mounted with three gtms vnd three sentinels. The Independence is at Monterey. The marines here go a shore now and l he ri to skirmish with the Mexicans, making fine , port of it. v They generally 'whip six. to one,' and could dj more. There are a lot of Mnrm.-, .?.s here, some have been on boaai; They report the crops as very promising this season. 'This is the phrce 'for shoeiriHkeri 'vnnuwm sboercost 93 mnr n' rifle costs S7f. jame, is abu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 August 1847

! : Loa lyv'.noin jvs'j!o U Kuf - -V : : r ; C i shl rsi'Mi'I '.'" ''-""' tV'.'ir' i.allt.-rr .4..-;Mi, t ' tbai cVn;ir.r.--' M . I'" Vlfl B "; ;'-r" ;. .' . J 1 12 iiiS-vvT ta!etsm:mrS;:o?fi rtc?U! ..v.!i i,i ':.-::: vf a as! 1-M07t,cf.s ,..,? :j;nv5;'a j f r S' r 5 2-' jVSgP- s. . . . , I n;jdl V eini tmfe:r,uoj la taifefl v.jb--.c Jau i-nmv.sj sJ 3 s t.:a. :' J ar tad itrf.jj r.i libiE''-:.rvrkr:l:i . - " ' : :""o 5 il V ' ' n j 'i 3 .,,,..y "'T3 Xns v--" j .fl4:3t. .ijucd'Sion o;ti ci .LsJas-maino i'is i.ns ,?n.;;2j; a?Vi;:,i:.'iai: - , ; t . . , 1 -1 s4-s-:rZ?-' ; - '.rv. , r,.. J I A r 7. ; t: vi,.in .(I'liv.Vin-.c.U ri: A I :.'tAT-mm?Tr --wivT i? . .. , . 1 . I " - - - ' 11,1 J ... -j : ,'. ji. '.iiriiiiin. i. : vi nw....ft I ru tirn, 1 1 lit r .J m ...- ... . i-t' i jf nrfin' d:: li .!:JOLIET. SIGNAL,-.- : , . i J J published every Tuesday morning .Cbj:.g0f8teeet Joliet, IlLr r ; -aEBK3TWi;Dollar8 per annum pay. cable inadVanc'ei d; 62,50 if payment is adeliyed until the end...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 August 1847

becoming in conduct! No, nothing a. sutedly nothing. Let them, then, learn to knite and sew, to bake and wash, aud cook dinners, and darn stockings, and all other arts of accomplished housewifely. It will impart to them a vigor of constitu. tion. an elasticity and grace of movement; and bloom of health that are a thousand times more endearing than the soft and sickly delicacy which is nurtured in lux. urious idleness. FirrKEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE ARRIVAL OF THE . : ityVASHINGO.,! THE FOREIGN MARKETS." The quotations of breadstuff by the Washington, are rather uncertain, wheo printed accounts are compared with re . ports by private letters, but those sent at noon are as near correct at can be made now. ;.,." The weather in England continues fa. rorable and an abundant harvest is antic ipated. Mr , Teste, a member of the French Government has been found guilty of offi. cial corruption, and attempted to commit suicide. . Rumors that Louis Philippe's healih was failing, were current b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 August 1847

causa to bo collected from ail f,ea white iaaie able bodied inhabitant of this State, i: oyer the age of 21 years and under the age ;fjS0, who are entitled to the electee Lr5nc&Ij! capitation tax of not less than hxJ cents nor more than one dollar. rhn the may deem it necesftary. Some few eeiaea to nang on the words "who are tntitltd to A the electire franchise," and wer opposed to inserting them; when cmy yesieraay ine same men roted to require naturalization as prerequsite for . . Huituuiiua 01 Toier -tney appear, ed to be willing to tax, but not to let him rote. . . The lookers on in the Hall to day . were mucn amused to see with what zeal the members entered into discussion on ' section one. . Perhaps more s peeeches were on that section' than on any other -that has yet come up, and perhaps more amendments were offered. What was more curious all the members seemed In good nature. The democrats were more successful to-day than usual. If they can keep the "Poll Tax" sy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 August 1847

a if ion :Orrgoa.;j vr, j r.Tfcflr-JNesrYciJc CoranurcialAdrestiser ihaa. jeceived 6!e' .C ,tne pregon Spectator to th 10th of December, irhesepa'rjerrcontaln, Lhe-new? of the country. j The United States .hr. Shark was lost Hrrtharmoutlr of the Columbia river about etberlst c October, J,ktn a communication 'frora litrilowisbn jb the i Spectator, be aysr?The hapless Shark was 'swept to destnictiorrby-the nver wh e lmings rength of the tid,Jfbf 4 thewaht ''of a thorough "ttCquafntance with which he did not make VlS ?n!:ev Instead c" of setting along f the channel, as was . supposed, its direcition towards the breakers, where it ' carT 'Tied the Shark. 1 .She was a total loss; SuV'the officers and crew were all saved." M The Spectator does battle in behalf of UiO Columbia river end its good name for afetyofnavjgatlOli.Mfistng, that its channerisamprjr'wide and deep, and that oniy ignorance ojc, Daa , mangement can "account for disasters to vessels comi.no- in or going out.?, ! -- " - ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 August 1847

t 0 t il !' M If ii : i 1 1 A. BY C.& C.ZABLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, AUGUST 16, 1847 ."I . ..... VOLUME 5, NUMBSa io. Ft I i Jfa i - - " - . . : . JOLIJ SIGNAL. Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, III. . Jf TebmsJ- -Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or 62,50 if payment is aeiayed until the end of the year. t' j BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square- (12 lines or less,) , one - insertion; i gj ' " Each additional ): ntK insertion, r Y . ' 6 months, .. ' 3 50 12 months. 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 -Nd advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash r 8ome person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. IE7"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not reeive attention. 44 EBUSINESS DIRECTORY. OF ALT. KIND 8 EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF ' II. E. MAYNARD, ATTOHIfEY Sc COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office Merchants' Row, Bluff St. Jol. fel, 111. - '...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 August 1847

From the VthingtonUoion. The Obstacles to Peace. While all eves are turned southward to watch (he progress of the negotiations which rumor( whether truly or untruly) announces to have been commenced between the Mexican government and our own, it may be useful to consider the main obsticles which stand in the way of their successful termination. It is hardly necessary to assert what is too evident to be.questioned-that all those difficulties have their being in the existing spirit and temper of the Mexican government and people. Our government is now, as it has been from the first, eager and an lions to end the war at once in just and honorable treaty a treaty which shall secure to ourselves: only ; that which is just and right in view of all the facta of the case, without inflicting and needless loss or humiliation upon our enemy. Mex. ico conquered in a single year and at our mercy may have a pace on such terms, the moment she is wise enough to desire it. Still the war is not vet e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 August 1847

New Era' AuS- 7. uiiiiwvAL, auOTT IN THE CITY OP MEXICO! Bj the OW Hickory, which arrived to day at half past eleven o'cWk. ceived New Orleam DSDers to th oo ing of the 31st ultimo, and among them .w .jviug "ni vuuiaiuiug a verv important statement, from the office of the National, dated Saturday Evening, Jul There is news in the city, from the city of Mexico, as late as July J7th. It came through by a Mexican Courier, who came bj the way of Orizaba and Alvarado to Vera Cruz. Gen. Scott entered the city of Mexico, on the 17th of July, He met with n opposition on his way from Puebla, until he arrived at Penon, about eight miles from the city. Here a Iight skirrnisb ensued between his advance and the Mexicans, when ihe latter fell back. The Civil Authorities then came out and met Gen: Scott, Stipulations were entered into by which the peisons and property of the Mexicans, were to be respec ted; this accomplished, our army quietly marched into the city of the Montezumas! This important...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 August 1847

c LOTS IN THE TOWN l F MIDDJPO T Oxner's Name ' . Lot BVkVal.Tax. Jacob Troup tame same 6 38 ; 5 05 7 'do do do do- 10 10 J Wagner - 5 39 75 75 ame : ! 3 41 10 10 Catherine Little 4 do 75 75 Pean & Whiteman und hf 3 do 40 40 -game - ..... . 5 44 10 ' 0 J Smith's heir " . 1 45 5 do - tame . 2 do 3 03 stfme 3 do do do ' tame .' , 4 do do- do . tame. 5 da do do tame 6 do do do ; same - - ' 7 do do do JohnSFinley 1 48 100 100 Dean fcWhiteraan und hf 1 50 10 05 same 2 d 4 .3 II. Graves B do 40 4'J Unknown . 1 55 5 V o samel 3 do 5 5 ' tame : 4 do do do Dean & Whiteman und hf 8 do do 3 Unknown . 3 56 do 5 same - 4 do do do Dean & V hiteman und hf 5 do do do Unknown 7 56 5 5 . same 8 do do do tame 3 05 3 3 same 4 do do do same 5 do do do same 6 do do do same 7 do do ! same .'. .. 2 66 do do same'' 5 do do Jo same 8 do 5 05 James Freeme 9 do do do Unknown 10 do do do : same 3 67 do do same 1 68 02 2 CONCORD. Unknown 1 18 2' 2 ; same 2 do do do same . 3 do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 August 1847

Bir.c:&-a'zARLE.Y;:;:::::;,: i1 VOLUME1 KUMBEIl plr.--!t! T A M t ill In 4 ! i 9 r A ' A. ? iJOWETnSIGNAU Is J published " eveiy Tuesday morning i Chicago-street; Joliett'Ill.' q ' on .TEBMa.-i Two Dollars per annum pa jr-' elaj?eduntil tKe'end 'of theyear ''s u j, .i -ft : j --I. ti.M ... fjn ) (j. i ,SAXs,or AuvKuxisixse. One Square, (12 lines or less,) ' 'OUejiftsertion, :i v ' .n . L.$U t i ;!' lachi additional . . 1 - It . , a 4A 0 25" i ' . f ,. J J "1,1 -1 . 6 months, - u , . ; ; 3 50 ,. , !i 12 months.: ,. u ; , rfi Ordinary .business cards per ann. . 3 No advertisements .will, be ' inserted Jn this paper unless accompanied by the cash orBoroe person personally known to the ctmursueconung responsipie jor ine same. tt"AU letters addressed to the .editors must be (Post-paid,! or-they .wiU..noi';re. ejye .attention. i ' . jl2 , . O P.'All'.K IN D S ! EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS jAND DISPATCH . , AT TUB OFFICb', OF v H. E. MAYNARD, ,j; ... VfTTOBNRY Ac COUNJEIXOR AT LAW.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 August 1847

our parry. I reserve for future articles, if circumstances permit, the many very interesting coiiiiderations arising under this head. Dut I ask, here, if we are ready to disband or be disbanded on this cause? Is it necessary, in the name of common sense, I ask, is it necessaryfor the purpose of consummating these great improvements, to surrender the adtninis." tration of the republicjnto the hands of our enemies, hands which are trembling with a feverish impatience-for the ns:iaArilTlo n-J i,:.L '.;:in i 1 aim nuiwi will lit? miu in ipeedy and .unsparing.. ruin upon xthe whole of that policy which we have fought so long to establish and maintain? Impossible! For my part, western man as 1 am, and sincerely as 1 am devoted to all rational fchemes for the advancement of Western interests, I would rather see the Mississippi strown with scenes ot shipwreck and disaster- I had rather see our commerce lashed around ; the Lakes by unbroken tempest 3 from Buffalo to Chicago, without a . shel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 August 1847

And there ino more : fizhtinsrl lha enemy will fcontrive to coma out of the war couquerora.; 7 be will endeyor to make it appear that the Yankees, fearful of risking a battle at their principal city, sued tor peace, and in the eje of the world thejr will be able to make a tolerbl clear case. fi,.rj ; Santa Anna has recently levied a contribution a forced - loan it r my - be cafled-upon the inhabitants of the raptial, in which he calls lor $380,8, 5 f to carry on the wai. The churches and convents as well as private individuaU.are ss9 sud anil it is hinted "that the ty taut has left the names ol some of his few, friends offof tLe tax list. The fuieigners, who have been railed upon without stii t have made regular protest, it is said, against the unjust execution, but Santa Anna does not stand . upon trifles in his money transactions. , . from ever) indication.it wculd appear that Gen. Scott intends an immediate movement upon the city of Mexico at least within a week or ten days. Hard...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 August 1847

"X. JIoV ABUSES. II A vi: ' TJHEItt OBIGIN A late iaru' Journal relates the following amusing anecdote as an example of the manner Ja whichabuses.grdvup in gov. eminent' ... . Some, twenty years since, a" staff office r in the French army was appointed to the command of a fortress in Alsace. He be gan by, making himself acquainted with all -the details-oflhcLsemde JoJ.wbichhje was called. ,Iri pne of bis inspections he louna a soiaier siandinir as sentinel ova worm eaten: stockade, lying about ,in fragments, which for ho purpose that co'd be assigned, crossed ai court and divided it in two . parts. The commandant inquired of the Major concerning the necessity of a sentinel in this place, and ans tiered that, he! was standing there in conformity with long' usage, that the previous commanders of the place had always found a sentinel at the post, and had always kept one there. ' The reason was not received as satisfactory, and an investigation, was ordered; old records were searched, o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 31 August 1847

t t i'li: " ) V, 'U '.-, ni . ii; c fii'.)io Li,'-;: .-.n r SJf - vt..-ugMt T A T; 7nrrT th I , . . ' . ."7,5 ' ft .".I fi - 6 i! . '3 I ! i BY C; & C. ZARLEY. - :i'T';.l V 'T 1 ..- it i' . . THE, JOUET'SlGtfAL :r! - 3 r J ' 7i Is published on Cbicago-etreet; Joiiet, 111. r , ve a MS. -Two- Dollars per annum payablq in advance, or 82,50: if payment: U delayed until the end of the yeari b ;. : ho!!mATEi O'ADVERTIglO. .Ki One Square;' (12 iineior less,) ' -'' one insertion, . ; M 1 ; Each 'additional ' :r' ;ihSertioni ; ,V " . 6 months, '- 1 3 SO 7 J12 month . n Ordinarr business cards per ann. 3 To advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or Some person personally known to the editorsbccoming responsible for the same. ("A11 letters addressed to the editors must be. Post-paid, ;or they will 'hot re. eire attention." J ' : . . ' ' BU Ijy ESS DIRECTORY. yU- 'OP ALL KINDS' EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH : AT THE OFFICE OF ; 1 II. E. MA...

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