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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 August 1847

with his early explorations of that country which form thrilling passages in its his. tory, and strongly illustrate the excitement and danger of a frontier life. I have in my mind one which occurred at the then village of Chicago, (the seat of the con vection,) and which was related to me Jby an actor in the scene. Jt occurred soon after the last war. with Great Britain, when Gen Cass was the Governor of the Territory of Michigan, and agent of the government with the Indian tribes in that region. Chicago was then settled by a few whites . consisting mostly of traders and their families: The settlers had suf fered severely from the hostilities or the Indians. Their village had been burned and many of the people tomahawked. Gen Casswas on an exploring voyage on the. Upper Mississippi. Numerous re porfis,were in circulation of the hostilities of the savages and the destruction of him. self and party. The apprehensions of the people at Chicago was excited to the utmost for their own saf...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 August 1847

and if no newspaper if printed in the county, then in the nearest newspaper that is published in this stats to the ceun. tj In which such lot or land is situated; whicn notice shall be iniertedih.ee times, the.lait time not less than three months before the time of redemption shall expire. Erer such purchaser,b himself or agent shall, before he shall be entitled to a deed, make an affidavit of his haying corn, plied with conditions of this section.stating particular the facts relied on as sueh compliance; which affidavit shall be de lirered to the person authorized bylaw to execute such tax. deed; and which shell, bj him, be filed with the officer haying custody of the records lands and lots cold for taxes and entries of redemption in the county where such land er lot shall lie.to be by such officer entered on the records of his office and carefully presetted a. roong the files of his office, and which record or affidarit shall be prima facie evidence that such notice has been giren...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 August 1847

"TV yrf n Rock RiTcr Hellioditt Conference. Appointment of Preachers for the en suing year. - ;; .. $ if c Chicago, Aug. 21, l47i Chicago District J Chandler P E. Chicago Clark et P. JddsonT.f t Canal st H 8 BrunsonU -r Indiana stFHaney Chic&ZoMii&oa-jZ ; A. ChVpin' 15 Wheeling S. Storer, F. A. Reed, Little Fort-9 F, Denning, , one to be supplied. '- K f .iK.l Mc Henry L. Whippier. CwiVVT Elgin and Dundee D Fellows; M Cur- St Charles S: Boliei, C.' Lazonby,' " Naperrille J; S. Best, one to be sup plied. . v ; i j . -i 'Kankakee Mission D.Lewis, -,p Blue Island Mission L. R. Ellis,"" V Ottawa Distbict M. Bourne P.E. Ottawa Mission J. C. Stouton; ' " Milford -A Wooliscraft, J Leckenbury, one to be supplied. Little RockW. Royal, J. McClain, Lee Centre M. L. Haney, - C Liht Ilouse'Pt. C. Babcockr Sycamore O..W, Munger,R. Bib bens, ; 1 ,.;.... , ..- Belvideie J. W. Agard, - l -V Crysial Lake M. Decker, J. M. Hin man.. . . ',. , ; ; Joliet John Nason, !". . Wilmington S. P. Burr. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 September 1847

':-...-. - 1 AO i i1. BY C. & C. ZARLEY. CONSTITUTION . OF THE STATE OFILLINOIS, PREAMBLE, We the people ofthe state of Illinois grateful to Almighty God for the civil political and religious liberty, which IIe hath so long permitted us to enjoy, end looking to Him for a blessing upon . tour endeavors to secure and transmit the same unimpaired to succeeding generations -in order to form a more perfect government, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide foi the wraraon defence, promote the gen eral welfare, and secure the blessings ofiiberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish the Constitution forth Slate of Illinois. ARTICLE I. BOUND ABIES. Section 1. The boundaries and juris diction -of the state shall be as follows, to xvit: Beginning at the mouth of the Wa bash river; thence up the same, and with the line of Indiana, to the northwest cor ner of said state to the middle of lake Michigan; thence north, along the middle of said lake, to north ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 September 1847

l.j'.i them in the presence of a majority of tic mom'jors of cih house of the general assembly. The person having the high est number of votes shall be governor; but if two or more be equal and highest in votes, then one of them shall be chosen governor by joint ballot of both houses of the general assembly. Contested elections shall be determined by both nouses of the general assembly, in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. - Sec. 3. The first governor shall enter upon the duties of his office on the second Monday of January, a. d. 1849, and shall hold his office until the second Monday of January, a. d. 1853, and until hisucces sor shall have been elected and qualified; and thereafter the governor shall hold his office for the term of four years, and until his successor shall have been elected and qualified; but he shall not be eligible to such office more than four years in any term of eight years, nor to any other office until after the expiration of the term for which he...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 September 1847

or amending said constitution. V."' Sec. 2. Any amendment or amend ments to this constitution may be propo sed in either branch of the general as sembly, and if the same shall bo agreed by two-thirds of all the members elect in each of the two houses, such proposed a mendment or amendments shall be refer ed to the next regular session of the gen eral assembly, and shall bo published a?' least three months previous to the time of holding tho next election for members of the house of represcutatives, and if, at the next regular session of the general as- sembly after said election, a majority of nil the members elect in each branch of the general assembly shall agree to said f amendment or amendments, then it shall be their duty to submit the same to the people at the next general election for their adoption, or rejection in such man ner as maybe prescribed by law; and if a majority of all the electors voting at such filftf tinn far mmnliprs nf thfi hnuA nf'rpr. resentatives shall vot...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 September 1847

i 'I - Jfht Mexican Rbotaontadc. The Picayune gives a translated extract from EI Eslandarte de Ckinacates, pub lished at San Luis, Potosi. The following extract rpay serve as a fficient specimen of its extravaganza: "Fica tho State of San LYis ; Potosi! Viran her worthy authorities, her de-; eervingcitizensf Let her honest fame, ? w t the glorious renown she has acquired in present epoch be imperishable! May S&n Luis Potosi remain tha land of honor and of patriotism; ' and may- her laurels never be withered lj an "act of infamy unworthy her brave people a people chivalrous and truly Mexican? - - -" "On Monday last the honorable Con gressof the : State ' approved the law which we subjoin to. this article, .and at i he same time took-into consideration the presentation to the honorable municipal ity of this capital the report which we -also insert below." ' ' ' "War without a truce, war without ceapinff, until our territory is restored. w V . - our independence assured, our, injur...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 September 1847

. . ? . .. r-j ; --- h V ! , ; BY C. & C. ZARLEY. t;3 THE JOLIET SIGNAL. t Is piiblisbed eVeTj Tuesday ; morning Chicago-street Joltel, IS;; ' ' " Terms. -Two Dollars per annum pay. 'able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is 'delayed until the end of the year. , r ;.(; BATES OP ADVERTISING. - V)ne Square, (12 lines or less,) : j.i tone iirterthn, ? f . ' Each additional . 'i-:;.' J insertion, I025 6 months, " 350 ?? 12 months, ... . : 5' yrdinary: business cards per anri. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash lor some person personally known to the laditorsbecoming responsible for the same. V (KrAU letters addressed to the editors "must be Post-paid, or they will not re iva attention . . , . ; r rBVSlEIVESS- DIRECTORY. . . OF All KINDS r -XCUTED WITH NEATNESS'AND DISPATCH ' . AT THE OFFICE OF. - ; . H. E. MAYNARD, : j ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT UW. - OceMerchants Row, TB.'ufffc't. Jol. jet, 111. : . . - ' : ' LITTLE & LEE.' ATTORNE...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 September 1847

bringing then) into this state for the pur pose of settie them free. ARTICLE XV. There 'shall be annually assessed and collected, in me same manner as otb Etate rerenue may be assessed and col lected, a tax of two mills upon each one dollar s worth of taxable property, in ad diiion to all other taxes, to be applied as follows, to wit:-ifce fund so created shall be kept separate, and shall annually, on the first day of January, be apportioned and paid over pro rata upon all such state indebtedness, othei than the canal and cbool indebtedness, as may, for that pur. pose, be presented by the holders of the same, to be entered as credits upon, and, to that extent in extinguishment of the principal of'said indebtedness. Adopted by the Convention, Aug.3 1, 1647. NE VVTON CLOUD. President. Aenby W. Moore. Secretary. HabxaxG. RzxxoLVs.Ast. Secfry State of Illinois, Office of Secretary of Slate, X I, 11. S. Cooley, secretary of state of the state ot Illinois, do hereby certify that the foreg...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 September 1847

::.:tirscl ti ftnccrstie Eddies, cf tbo , CoaTestion.. At a meeting of democratic members of the convention to re vis the constittatfoa. .and others, beld at the stalft house, in Springfield, on raondaj evening, August 53, 1347 Hon. Hiram Rouniltret, on motion, acted as chairman, and Henry W Moora as secretary. On motion of Hon. John Demcntr es- solved, unanimously. ' ' . 1. That concert of opinion and unity of action, on the part oi members of the dem ocratic party throughout the state, are indispensable to success in our elections, , and to the triumph of our principles. . , , 2.' That it is our opinion.that union and harmony in the democratic party, can in no way be as xrell promotctf and secured la our state elections and state policy, as ly holding stateTconventions and making nominations of all our candidates. 3. That we pledge ourselves to the principle of state conventions, and that we will use our influence, when we return to ttsr constituents, to sustain4that principle and...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 September 1847

From Hie Oregon anil California Emigrants. r Geeex 8pniXQ3t July; 15, 1847, AVo are getting along Tjell ndVare-in ihe enjoyment of. good UieaUb.-Gn the ,10tb, aith and 12th we continued to trar. el op the Sweet ' VVater river. JVV' are now 002 iniles from Independence, : 20 mile, from the South Pass of the Itocky 'Mountains.,' , For the last three days our 'road has been over loose sand, gravel and flint rock: ' No woodland great scarcity ,6f grass; water however Yk good."" On the lltb, ye , had. the , "pleasure bf meeting CJapt. B ridge r. lie , informed us; that there was part of a '' company lost, last .year going Jo. California, v .They; left their pilot and lost their way.and "70 but of the 100 perished. And, also, 20 wagons were lost on the. Oregan road.'. Their fate is unknown as yet, for nothing has been beard from them. , - . . ; Wehave rat three companies returning "win ureguu, xuo weainer is very warm and the thermometer stands at 110 in the middle of the day however, .we...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 September 1847

3 " - - T' tcc.:&;c;.zarley::: JOLTET, ILLINOIS, , SEPTEMBER 2iy 1847, l' fc-trmrn'v:; t-i i?::?c'. .Msii tt-;;.m.v.: v?-r y ;:;:s-: ;;i .-..p., f: .-n - q-:.;yC -f " , r; ,.. . f: , , -1, :i ...;';:... 4 , v. .. r ; v :. . . '-:";;'-, x i .-r . j i i i ........ . ..... t.. , ,r ,r-- , T.; i r . , $ : t : t - . v r? ' ; -f-.', iV.l i - v JOLIET SIGNAL, i v , j' t Is : published :!every Tuesday morning tm Chicngotreet, Joliet, III. - -v ... Tebms.-Twct, Dollars iper annum payl 4bl in advance or $2,50 if payment is delayed until tfcs i nd of the year. ' ' ': D1TPII A nvpDT! BTA7i vine Sauare. (12 lines or lees.) , no insertion,, SI, .: .,... Each-additional .insertion, $ , . ;! 6 months, .P,. . ,,'350 -v" :-t 12 months, , T - ;5 K Urdinary business cards per ann. 1 3 , r No advertisements will be inserted in llfis paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbetoming responsible fox the same, i .(KrtA.H letters mddressed to the editors taiist ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 September 1847

who performs nearly all the labor, and lh)80 who do comparatively nothing. The worksd gets $2,500, whilst those in the enjoyment of th sinecures receive 83,000 each. The people of Illinois may possi bly consent to pay this sum to public ser vants who have neglected the work as signed to them, but opine that no small opposition to it will be raised, before such an outrage will be committed. Our Got ernor will, finder the new constitution, get but 01,500 per annum though his duties and labors are as arduous a those of any Governor in the Union.' Our represent atives in the General Assembly will get but two dollars per day for a limited period, after which they are ta get but one dollar per day. The spirit of retrenchment and oconomy,that seems to have pervaded the constitutional Convention mcryhave spread among the people, though we are frank to confess that we hope that it will not carry them so far as it has the Convention. We are as willing as any one can be, that the public office...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 September 1847

who know themlps 'they havaiieTer leen repudiated.; They i are ! now men high in the public confidence, ancLno persons knowing them, doubt their capa bility or integrity. V challenge a corn pariion between the honesty; the' man ner in which they have met and a re ready Jo meet all .theirv liabilities, . and . that of the men assailing them." We know who they are, and there is not a child in the street but knows that, did they think that they were dishonest, they, would be, the firt men to approach the mvith dishonest purposes in view. 'r- ; ' , We now predict .that these three ap praisers will looVsoley at the good of the 8tate,asthey ought to do that they will appraise the lands at' all they will bring, as they ought to do that they will show no favors beyond what the law, requires, as they ought , to do and, furthermore, j that, when the lands' are appraised, these same men will electioneer against the democratic party, and assert as a reason therefore, the cruelty of the appraise...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 September 1847

Hera we taw.fae manufacture trflndia ruJiber. r. The man ot thr bpuseretarned firumrihaluresraboat oonrtringing in nearly two gallons ofmiik which ho-bad I been engaged, since cayiigui in cvnezupg from 120 trees,.ihat had been tapped the previous morning. '.Tin is quantity of milk ba aid would suffice foirtprj pair of shoe and when be himself attended to the tree, he could collect the game quantity every morning for several months. Bui bit girl could only collect from seventy tieee.. "The. Seringa trees, do hot uuak y grow thickly," and such anumber may require 'a circuit of several ''miles, hi making the shoes, two girls were the ar. tists, in a little thatched hut, which .had no opening Kut 'the door. From an in serted jar, the ho'ttomotlich wai brp ken out' for the purpose,' issued a column ot'dense white crriokej from the burning of a specie of palm nut, and which So filled the but that the inmates could scare-! be descried.'; The .lasts used were tt wood exported from the Unite...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 September 1847

k-J3fT. "- "St n ; p lis V - r.-.i-ii;rJ;u iJi " z 'siviiiVkZ&i caiO 11 f 1st! c-.-.:i-.:-. o.JV xa5 .ysuiiq ft 1 'sw;:J h'rit r 5r-;r;r33 1 ia f;7is Iri'.irc ! iihititdi Mii'-' aw-w.iTuv i ... ' . . . ----- i . - " - .. ( i :r. i . r TF: -TTT- : r ; ;:,YV I N' ' - m 1 1 1 -r.7i J7' 'i .1 ; 371 t:.'; . - -7 ' c BY a& C; ZARLEY: ,: iV : ; JOLIEIV ILL,INOISi SEtTEMiERS; 1847- K si(i cl 3 4 VOLUME S'NUMBERl 6.11 J J ill ' r A ? 'ja t THE ' JQLIET SIGNAL. .t Ig published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Jolfet, 111. TBttM3.Two Dollar per Annum pay. Bble in advance, or 2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year - ; f t. 'i BATES OF ADVERTISING. ' , One Square,' (12 Iinea or legs,) r ; ' u - ----- - f , ' Each ,addftional , i. 0 25 insertion, it '6 months, 3 50 nr. 1 12 month?, ' 5 1 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 respo...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 September 1847

armies to execute these articled, and to favor tbe great object of peace, it is fur tber agreed between the parties, that any courier with despatches that either army ahall desire to tend along the line from the city of Mexico or its vicinity, to and from Vera Cruz, shall receive a safe con. duct from the commander of the opposing rmj. . 11. The administration of justice be. Iween Mexicans according to the general and state constitutions and laws, by the local authorities of the towns and places occupied by the American forces, shall est be obstructed in any manner. 12. Persons and property shall be re spected in the towns and places occupied by the American forces. No person shall he molested in the exercise of his profes .iic$ nor shall the services of any one be required without his consent In all cas where services are voluntarily rendered, a jut price shall be paid, and trade re main unmolested. ''.' . J 3. Those wounded prisoners who may desire to remove to some more convenien...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 September 1847

that ho does not know what has become .or him. and for this reason hat tali hita. relf called Upon to make a report. . , Gen. Silas himself acknowledged taat in this baule Gen. Frontera was killed, "that besides himself Gens. Mendoza, Blanco and Garcia were wounded and laicen prisoners, in addition to a list of wer 1VQ other officers colonels, cap. tains, &c.,who were either killed, wound, ed, or are now in our hands. And here let me mention one fact in relation to the after battle of Churubusco, which will show how near Gen. Scott was capturing the entire Mexican armj. At the time uen. Worth was pressing upon the tete depont, Gen. Twiggs upon the church, &nd Gen. Shields and Pierce upon the hacienda farther on,the command-in-cbief ordered Maj. Sumnsr to take command of the Rifles, and hy a circuitous march to reach the road between the enemy and the xitjr. Nothing but the daring impetuosity of our own men in front prevented this plan from succeeding. The accounts this morni...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 September 1847

o s. ' A Caravan from the Selkirk Settlement. On the 10th of Jul there arrived at the village of St. Paul, near St. Peter's and the falls of St. AnthoDy, on .he Upper Mississippi, the most norel and original caravan that has ever appeared since No ah's ark was evacuated. Our readers are :- aware that there is an isolated settlement of several thousand inhabitants in a high deS5eo f Bti8h North America known as the 'Selkirk Settlement Cut efffrom the commerce of the world, the relj. en tire! on their own resources, their farms, their flocks, And fishing for support be: ing a community, so to speak of Robinson Orusoes. Their crops having failed the two last seasons, they have been forced to break out of the wilds again and seek for food in the market of the great brawling world. Formerly their chief .point of con tact with commerce was at Toronto; but now, owing to the increase of supplies on the Upper Mississippi, and the abundance of game and forage on that route; they 4rade at St. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 October 1847

1 s i ' I i v; .':. i .'.J i . Y'3."ij 0:11 IS ,8 91; Jr .uv'fU 1'-J:a t-;;i- i B1T C.;&, C. .ZARLEY. joliet, Illinois; : :october s i847. m A V0LU31E 5i: NUMBER31 W : - 1 . AW .' ' T. . 1 . ... l 7 THE , joliet: signal. : ; f :.I ills published every Tuesday morning i on ChicagO-streeVJoliet. 111. j . "SW'-rTwo Dollars per annum pay- able in advance, or 82,50 ,if payment is "delayed until the end of the year. , ,!.' BATES OK ADVERTISING. . i One Square, (12 line or less,) . one insertion, : : -Jjl, . ' I" : Each additional '; . ';,v..v. ' insertion, .:. J 0 -' . : " 0 months, 3 50 1. -12 month?, . ' 5' .-.Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 .: No advertisements will be inserted in v this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editors becoming responsible for the same, c ! . (ttrAll letters addressed to the editors , must be Post-paid, or they will not re i eive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. OF AIL KISOS . ' EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATC...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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