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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 September 1846

1 '.': 'I: a A.;..Ui 1 r, i It' STj : J si T - - -: c 4 fit -jXi-y ( BY-C. & C. ZARLEY; : ! v: JOETETl LtilNOlS SEPTEMBER 1846.1; ,: ; tt. rtu; iv ? ,v yolume-4,-n UMBER-13; ftl r 0 M I. .TilE ' v JOLIET SIGNAL. Is ' publislicd every Tuetda morning on Chicago-street, Jolict, 111.; "; , Tehms.- Two .Dollars per annum pay aljle in advance, or 62,50 . if payment is delayed until the end of tho year, . . " " ... . i' n . ;.. KATRS OF ADVEriSIXG. .. . . 0c Squaro, 1 inscrtiori, . ., r6.1,0Q - Each additional ; -- ! . insertion, ' r. -6 months, 3 50 -.12 'months,'....;' : 'n'-- 5 00 Ordinary business cards per jahn.r. 3 00 ' No; advertisements; will he- inserted in this paper unless accompanied bythecash- or some person personally': known to the cditorsbecoming responsible for the same; i 0T"AI1 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid,- or they, will not . re ceive attention. -: ; i" ,; - ; . BUSINESS ; DI RECTOR Y. -. i , J O B P R I X TIN G :Z ... . J: .''F ALL KIXD?, V E...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 September 1846

'uroishe the following startling ftcts: The value of foreign merchandise imported here, and ibe amount of revenue received at our custom bouse "are not greatas they were ten years ago, when tbe population of the city was one-thin less than it is now. Tbe mass of uiercau tile capital i confined to tbe Northern ports of our Union and the act jyf 184 prohibits, in tbe most effectual manner men of limited capital from -engaging in tho business of importation; at least, men of this description would be ruineJ by a continued enmpetion with inividuals and corporations, who can raise millions by a dash of the pen." ; ' ' We believe that the great measures, the Tariff, the. Independent Treasury, ana the ; Warehousing System acting together, will produce a most favorable result in tbe financial. and commercial policy of the country. The able and elaborate reports of the Secretary of the Treasury, brought out by the calls of the protectionists, have shed a flood of light npon the great quca ti...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 September 1846

ngr- i ' gggss h ';v.iFro Mexico, y ';.' V? Correspondence N. V.. Coin i Adv. ... New OarEASs. Aug. .12.,; The steamer McKinn has arrived from Brazos Santiago bringing advices to the 7th : August. . ', V ' '" . , ;. '.. . Gen. Taylor arrived r at Camargo . on th 8ih. Oa tie 9di ho reviewed the t roops in the town, consisting of 3,000 i egulars under the immediate command of Gen. Worth.. X' : , The volunteers had just begun pouring into Camargo by land and by river, Capt. Duncan's artillery and a portion of AlcCnllock'a rangers were to leare Cam argo in the direction ofs ihe mountains. It was regarded by the letter writers rather as an expedition for reconnoitering, rather than as an advance of the army. Capt. McCuIlcck left Camargo on the 4th August, for China,.. 60 mile farther upon the San Juan. lie entered the place at day light on the 5th. the Mexi. cans under Col. Seguiti, having aban doned it during the niffhU althonffh- hav. ing i superior firce. McCuliock remain ed 25 hours ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 September 1846

I V. f Jatetbiade ahort joufne- in company with an intelligent and eiperilnc td4aV. ...l r,. ,t ijr,?- ' i mer VUU5o 1JUU laun tiuu i;cajf c I ttxc Ipiigabld ilie; skill iv'Hhfhich hfcs irmnaged his business, v hjetktheV conver ; jsalitoi urned;upon.4be transmutation pi jvbeat to chejs. r He mentioned, several strong cases to prove the charge of ojne, plant to the othef cases'"! .where clean eed had been sown on "new" land,' and heavy cropsbf chess was 'the result. ; 'As is usual ja iuph cae3,tfun jess 1 , could as sign a satisfactory causey though know ing nothing, of the cifcumslanccsjlhe as feutnetj and' unsatisfactory expYanation by transmutation, . was regarded by tny friend as the only true que. I mentioned the observations'?!, hid made, on chess its small and, hard seeds allow ing i it ip be carried about in tiie stomachs of animals birds,' &c. while the land was yet forests, and thU3l 'distributed; Us as(onishiiig pro ductiveneis where it could flourish, as where wheat, ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 September 1846

BV C; & C. ZARLEY. 4 -'. 7 . i l i 1 f; 'V v. a A- ' I published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet,lll ; i 1 , " Terms.Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or ,$2,50 ; if payment is delayed until the end ot the year. , ,. , :";KATS i OF) ADVERTISING.' a : One Square,- 1 insertion, 'f'"l-y r,' ' x' ; Each . Additional i j; vf v: U:. ?. Insertion,' H'-;-1' .L---u"--' C months, ' 61,00 ; 3 50 '12 months," ' ; 5 00 . v UfJinary business cards per ann. Z 00 -- No ddvcrtisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by "the cash - or some person personally known to ' the editorsbecoming responsible for the 'same. 'OrAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid,, or they will not .re; ceive attention.' " , ' y. t i: j business directory; ! J OB P RINTING t'P ALL KINDS, 1 ' 1. -.--'.;- ;' ' , Executed ioi'h Neatness and Despatch ' AT.TIIE OFFICE CP-" tur sign l. :; , ; ; , . ;tJOIIN COMSTOCK, ; -; Dealer in Dry Qo'uliy Gfoccrie.?,' Hardware, Cr...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 September 1846

i ic-i lie Lifalo Ccvrier end Pilot. AltUIVAL OF THE ; ; BRITANJNIA. Fiftssa days later from Europe. The Britannia arrived at Boston at one o'clock I. M. Thursday, Sep. 3rd. V She sailed on the 1 9ih of August and las made her passage in 14 days. Mr. MtLar4e, vLo las so Uncrably and eflectuaUy filled the office of Minister "at the Court of , St James, and through uhofe judgment and kind and conciliatory manners, ihe lale disputes on the Oregon questionfhas been so happily settled, has arriyed home in the Britannia.. - . -r It will be remeraberd that the Cam, Iria .'eft this port, and the Great Britain New York, on the first of August. The Cambria arrived at Liverpool on the 12th. and the Great Britain on the 15tb. The Cambria carried out the news of the pas sage of the Tariff bill. . The London Times regards the altera, tion in our Tariff as a great triumph of the principles of free trade. Lord Elgin is appointed Governor General of Canada; in the place of the Earl ofCathcart, recal...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 September 1846

Laval one of Tim Sus-Teeasusexs. Mr. Lara!, of whoso appointment as Cub-Treasurer-nt Charleston, S. C, the public 14 already aware, is a srn Lira! who was the compatriot of Lafayetto in the war of the revolution a noble, high toned generous Frenchman. At General Jackson's incursion into Florida in 1818, Laval was captain under him, and at the siege of Pensacola highly distinguised himself as & brave and desperate warrior. He was designated by Gen. Jackson to take command of the forlorn hope. In one of the narrow streets of Pensacola iz peices of artillery, under the best Spanish direction, threatened destruction to tho American, forco which would at tempt to take tie m. This duty was as signed to Capf. Laval. He promptly o. beed, and dividing his company they de ployed to the right and left, and . uniting in front of the cannon he gave the orders sto charge! I he ursl man shot down by -the Spaniards was Lavel. Jackson at Ibis instantly rode up and found the valiant captain welte...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 September 1846

n :iti r"::L's..Co:ii:ir.::orA'.T;t" in' s! ::.int3 of the town , of.E!bit)g.(Pru3. tU;.o ee:,t-lhe follow letter to Sir It. Peel: "Measures which' aim, .at the happiness of a nation belong to all Va; lion; the triumph .of ;itel!igence jit one j trplo . innires ,tI.o, advanecmeiit. 7)f lhc J interests of humanity in ,vall, v A t siaies "man worthy of the naineis thcrnaii of all 'countries. 'England owes 'to jour Tad ministration three great refonps, relating to taxation, banking establishments; - and the tariffs, The establishment of the in", como tax proclaimed this axbrn-that tax ation t)ugbt to fall ibi men whq re in .possession of pfcpei;tvt?-nnd net ion" the - means xf acquiring it--Tbe billi re!atinff4 to banking has put an end tolhe'dceeitfiil - fluctuation DfthB, va Iur '"of money'regulaU, cd the n circulation of pa p(?r money, and. brought a remedy ta the crisis with which r.Ahe commercial Wvorld fourid itfelf at each; moment, rnehaced. Tt has' given, as it were, an Invitat...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 September 1846

- .-1 .... ... . ' v .:v-'-r is :.:.-..... ;::9V ..' , BY C. & C. ZAIILEY. JOL1ET, ILLINOIS, SEPTEMBER 22, 184G. VOH33IE 4, KUBICER 15. 1 ; ; : H i - ': the ; : JOLIET SIGNAL. ; -. ; Is published every Tuesday morning - on Chicago-street, Joliet, III. ; , , t x Tehms. -Two Dollars per annum par- i able in advance, or, 62,50 if payment is s delayed until the end of the year. . . ; SAT3 OF ADVERTISING. Ono Square, 1 insertion, u Each additional ti-. ':;-! ''s insertion,"' 61,00 ,0 25 3 50 5 00 3 00 - 12 months', ; , Ordinary business cards per ann." - 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. -03rAH letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. : ; ; I BUSI N E SS DI.R ECT0HY. JOB PRIN TING . OF( ALL KIJfDS, . Executed wi'h Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF . - THE SIGNAL. JOHN COMSTOCK, . ' . Dealer in Dry Goods, G...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 September 1846

Eiity oq Iron. - The sympathy of lie tariff men all over Country fortthe sufferings of Pennsylvania under the new tariff act has been implor. ingly appealed to in the Philadelphia Spir. it of the Times one of those papers which proclaims that it is democracy . for the government to regulate the private pur suit of men, and exercise he powers x, r.i ! . V r iroV:lU6iness t01 't;1Vl0 La J . " h,S comP,amt , . briefly summed ud:-v .-rrrrjiix taxation, to make a loostn business prof briefly summed up;- The duty unon a ton of iron under the ulIJ wli.ngfr qallhe average, exceed deven dollars. Iron can be landed on , ' r - - our ltltarvcs for from fifteen tsrt ttMTtffive 1j i,i:f dollars pcr.lon ? cheaper ikon 'it canibe manufactured aA our.ncarest i mills-, arid x n 'brmgkt-here.: , This wo-. know, and so i.rriV v: 'knowing, wo have but little hope that our' i lis r-s. 'manufacturers can continues operations yt.zS --,for.aD7. lcigth of time.:"-;. ; - !"- t :k-z. -s r. ; ,i;.;'l nc iron du...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 September 1846

7 2 . : From Vera Cruz. By the arrival of the cutter Legare ; at -. New Orleans, the Picayune publishes a.n extract of a! letter, dajoJ Very Cruz, ..r' Aug. 29: : ' - '' .. . - . '.'Santa Anna arrived hereon the IGih iust, from Havana, in tho "English mer chant steamer Arab, accompanied by his lady and friend Gen Almonte. He was well received on his landing at Vera Cruz, but our accounts say ot very enthusias tically. He hag gone to Mexico. V "Through, the English sqiadrjii sta. tioned here, re were iuformed sometime - - ; sience' that Commodore Sloat, cbmmand ; ; " ! "ing the' United States naval forces in the t. . v. , I'acifiic, had -taken possession .of Califur- ...... : nia. .This is what might have been ex. pectcd. V . Mi V"'!"';,. 1 "I regret to inform you of the loss of . Iho beautiful U. S. brig Truxton,; ..by all accounts the' best vessel cf her class :in our serviceCapt.';E.V. Carpendcrr-... The Truxton sailed from here in .the early part of this mouth, .for TampFco. On t...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 September 1846

" V 1 3 '-. i. - f. f,j. r 'l J t: S v Potato FLorR.-r A Jate number oftha Mark Lana Einrpsn. (lmdonS contains ' &n interesting account vf tbe? advantages likely to accrue totae poor in Ireland nod "jret Britain, frorn the ; manufacture of v.dry petatoe flour, which. contains not'on I., ij the starch, but all the ingredients of the tuuer, except ns. iu -or- cuucie. i ue notatoei are washed. slird. dripd:lhnr. i j - ougkly, ground, and sifted through a bolt . cr aeive. 100 Iba pctalces j ield fie m 27 to 3Q.lbs.ruf flour, ; This article It said to ... be CO per cent more nutritious for rnan or . " beast than superfine - wheat flower. " It ;; ferments with yeast floef? and makes fair bread. Experiments have been made ,, snow mat a given surface of land ' cultivated in potatoes will yield four times . more flour from this crop than can be ob 'tained from a cron of wheat. . ' . l 18 not stated how well or lone pota- ; 10 nour w, Kp probably as long a. any . outer, ior ine vegetable ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 September 1846

t v W v it. i-jf ,tVst ;. - , TV v . . 4 f, y -v i i-4 ; s - J I V - 'fi' .-Urs i-fi.m hr.it. ,lnt,-rv - .;,.:--hii .fT. ...vi -;t '.K:i BY C. & C. ZARLEY. J - J. ft f I ti. t .rt . .II: :;;;:. ' joliet JsigAlJV j-:; , l(. Is published every. Tuesday .' morning on Chicago-street, Jolict, III. - i : .- v - Terms. Two Dollars per annum par able in advance, or : $2,50 -if payment is 1.1- . -i i i e it . - ' .ociavca umu ine cduoi mo ear. r, t i KATES' OF ADVERTISIXO. f One Square. 1 insertion, 4 : 81,00 ? '0 23 ' : Each V additional r insertion,' " J 6 months,. . r ' 12 months, a 50 5 00 3 00 -' Ordinary business cards per ann. '' ' No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash " or some person personally known to the ' editorsbecoming responsibfe for the same; uCTAII letters addressed to the editors '. miist be Post-paid, or they will "not; re- BUSI NESS , Dili ECT0UY; ; ! : J O B;P R IN T W-G'-'lZ' . . , . f:i ' VF...AZ.JL ; ' :,!--'. : Executed ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 September 1846

Arrival of the "Cambria." FIFTEEN DA YS LATER: New Y hk Sept. 18, 8 o'clock'P. M. The Steamer Cambria arrived at Bosl ton this morning. The intelligence in re lation to produce is very important. ; V Tho Cambria brings 133 'passengers nmong whom are tho Hon. Wasiiixcto Irving, our late . Minister to Spain, and a itiAnsAKi), Dearer ot despatches, itev. Mr. Dbwitt and the celebrated Cruik shank, caricaturist.' But little miscellaneous news has yet been received. : ; The news from America,, announcing Ibat the American Government had made overtures of peace to the Republic of Mex ico, produced quite a revolution in the market value of Mexican stock., - J $0,000,009 in specie was imported iir to London by ship America from where itii nnn..! .L. .1.1. ' ' Pn rliAiTiAnf v 1...... l. i - 1 " . rrM W - - - list OV ; A lil? .accounts from the manufacturing districts arc more cheering. ' The Cpbden testi. mnriinl tia 4tr n , IRELAND. - - Hostility continues among the Irish people towards Indi...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 September 1846

Ptinsacola, ou the llth-inst.,.in four an! a half days from, Veracruz. Lieut. Par. ..: a.'- .U;n Piimlinrlnn j. iTii'mn MUllvU, Ui UC ' w. -- - - , n.iepnfror ihfi Pricton. beinji -barer of important dispatches from Mexico for the the government at Washington." The Princton (the Picayune learns)had scarcely set Lieut. Purviance ashore be fore she received on board Lieut. Hunter, of the Navy. He proceeds a t once on the Princton to Chagres, bearing dis patches from the Government to CointnD doreSloat. Accoidingto our corre$pon. dent, tbo purport ol those dispatches' ia i to countermand those so recently seui ior ward from New Yoik by Commodore Nicholson, in the steam schooner Vixen Lieut. Hunter has orders to. proceed uatil ho overtakes the former. The Commo dore's dispatches arc supposed to -breathe "'war to the knifo" against the Mexicans, Ibut those of Hunter, 'peacc to the bosom" so writes, our ciieept.iiMui. -xuc JPrincton proceeded with all speed to; lay in a supply of coal, an...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 September 1846

M. t ..1-.' J6 7 r i A- K Fallj Dldwinsr for snrino" wheat and also' for oat j is found by c,tpc-ience,. or sev. eral seasons past, to ber far "preferable to spring pi&w ing for thesa erdps; and eye n if stubble land U plowed deep, in the i - fall and tho ktubhffl . Well turned unrW. we , have' found, if ttbc land is loiweody, wil 1 4 iim wtiiuncu nut'll III il tifjf . cuiiuuiuii inthe spring, answer cquaily.as. well for planting corn. )Vc..;have found these thingc to be facts with 113 here.' - I' will state one caye from vhbmR.' V. Bliss EisJ ;6f JSugar Grove, a. careful observer , ofmeii and lhinga,istates that" in one ield 'hd plou'od in the fall of 1342 several atfres:1 and winter set in curly', thepther partvas well plowed early in thci spring, andV the- v f Fill Motrin ,wuwo luweu across ane rurrows and har . .rowed the' same. wayNof for Uis result,' ' "" 'It ' Was clearly to be. seen 'thrniih t,';, oriofit growing, that the grain on that .part flowed in the -fall was' tou...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 October 1846

. t . . f ' 1 . r-ozl til 1 -i $ L,. f 4 , BY . C. C. ZARLEY. f -; 1 1 1 rioted oJt c? istqmf: aaiksxrOui tie i 4 volume . kubiber: IT. ; -. , - 1 v I V, X 1 JOLIET: SIGNAL.-; a'Dull Kri 'fivm TuesJav1 morn n? 6'ft Chicaffo-strect," Jolietl Hl.Xy ' "i TekmsTwo. pollara per annum pay afto )r Advance,' or, $2,50 j if. pa-raent is delayed until the end of the year. - ? ,. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square, 1 insertion, 31,00 rvt. ,i t .bach "additional Iitional 7 - i-'i i:t T ' i.'o insertion' , V d7 1: 6 months, 3 50 ::..;! '- -1 1 2i months,: : ; 5 03 . Ordinary business eards per ann. ; 3 00 ; t.No advertisements wilbbe: inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the'eash or some person personally known to the dditors becoming responsible for the same: r ,C"AU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. " ' '' ' - : j J: BUSINESS - DIRECTORY.: J,; J O B P R1N T.1 N G, ,v I - r'rSipALL KINDS, Executed, wi'h Neatness and Despatch 3 1:1 i H...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 October 1846

ARRIVAL OF THE GREAT WESTEEiN. -: - Eight Days later from Europe. New Yokk, Sept. 30, 24 P. M. K To the Editors of the Courier 4 Pilot: Th Great Western. Cant. Matthews. . readied our wharf at 1 P. M. this day. Iler news is important. The deficiency . of the British harvest, the potatoe, espec- ' iallyV is no longer doublfuir' It" will he very , considerable, and Franca is, also threatened 'with' scarcity; " Theconse quencejs a further advance in flour and grain. . The accounts are contradictory, nhd the exact advance cannot be xiven '.From the printed accounts it is conside :TahIe;; - ':-4'v ' : .;';' :.V ; ' 4 "The Crops on the continent "are short. " Flour is reported 3s a 4s per bbl; higher. But another "paragraph: gives the quota tion at 27s Gd a 28s.' Corn has advanced 3 or 4s per quarter.' '! '. J".: '' The cholera is making awful ravages in India. , One fourth ofthe British triiona at Kaurachee were among the thousands 4tt l(a A4ana , f Bacon and Indian Corn are among the ar...

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 October 1846

. -. The - Sab-Treasnry." - ; ; Tha federal papers appear to be in d-sep trouble, for fear the sub-treasury law, passed during the last session of Congress, is so imperfect that it cannot bo carried into execution. Their fears may bo quieledj for they aro groundless. Tho system has been tried, and met the "approval of George Washington when it was established. It now meets, as it then did, the approval of the people, and the longer jt is tested the more popular it will make itself. ', Divested of, all:, the mystery which federal falsehood has sur. Tounded it, it is but a simple change of despoiitories, a divorce of . the union 'be- tween the banks aud the general govern, "ment. :, Public officers'.; appointed by : the government and responsible to' its laws, receive and pay out the government money' without first , lodging it for . safe keeping in banks, where experience has shown that it was far from being safe. But whig papers and orators contend that public officers are dishonest...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 6 October 1846

: 1 i ti 7 THEyCojpa or Houses.- The follow, irgftjcje vhieh wechjffrpailihe Eraine" Farmer, contains statement which, as. "facts" or fancies,'. if they;.ba correct, Lorge "kavaterrnay atr oncer cc.me Jiito iogue, and color Will beas important iq 2rssasoher 'artists!Yhose, profession is tto tirdir: There-is iliis-tharthe color oof pi-'horse1 "ir ra") sure 'indication "of hischaracter. In this article I rr shall attempt to give a fevv' rule's-by. which a man of common observation can telVlhe disposition'of a horse as soon as lid sees him. The- first thing to be - observed is the color. 'of ' lho animal; the', second the phrenological ' develppements; If Lis 'color,; is a light sorel, his -feet, legs andfacevhite, theso are marks of kind ness, h'en'ifho'is broad and full bel tvreeri iLc'eyes, J VilJ, warrant him to be horse .of good sense,' and easily trained to anything. Such horses should , have good'tfcatmqntj tho kinder. you treat'thern, the better tbey .will treat you in return. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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