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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 October 1847

Jatoplccor. In this contest, ernpbaticay W, fry that is not for us is against us; I ottol apprehend defeat, onless. out will, foe should first lull us into security by making no extraordinary ptitilite efforts; and then, at the eleventh hour, quietely steal a march upon us, ar they have done in some other States, Our vigilence ouht v bvusiBiiiij uj iuo uteri, unitr IDS ffioment of victory. The question of slavery, in one' of its ancient aspects; has been recently reviv. jdand threatens to convulse the country. The Democratic party of the Onion ought to prepare themselves in time foY the ap. proa ching storm. Their best security, in the hour of danger, is-to cling fast to Iheir timehonored principles. A- sacred regard lor the federal constitution, and . lor the reserved rights of the States, is the immovable basis on which the party tan alow ftfel.rest. This has saved us from th'e inroads of abolition. Northern Detsatrit are not expected to approve slavery in the abstract; but they e...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 October 1847

h 1 fc torrtitiou. ; ' . The following typograplcal errors hate eeen discovered in-the official advertise . Snent by the Solicitor oC the Treasury-, of Ah 17th August for th"e sale ol property btlongiog to the United States: '. ' IlliVoib. No. 5taf. Shod be Nff t section in- . No. 664 to Sib; Inclusive. Should be In ranee,! welt instead of east. . No. 030 to 6td, inclusive. Should be Ih raDge west instead of east. No. 704 to 712, inclusive. Should be Ttflge 8 east instead of 3 east. - . O-Gen. Wra. O.Butler, has so lar ro 'covered fr&m bis wounds received at Monterey, that he. proposes to join the "artnyic Mexico, .forthwith. It will be remembered that Gen. Butler was the Herooftbedesperte assault on that city. He also Ague red conspicuously.in lie last war with Great Britain, 'and was- Gen. 'Jackson's aid at new Orleans. . ' He was the last Democratic candidate tor Governor in the stale ot Kentucky, and has been for many years a Democrat' ic Member of Congress from that State. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 October 1847

hi ll lii 11 it l. T f Cvirespo ldeiwe of Ahi cignal . - - ' ' Covsciis House, Indian Territory I '. . 4 fM f JuljS.lItb, 184745 ? . ftessrs. Jyo-isr U ff MMy fortune leads lo traverse realms alone, YAnd find no spot of th world my own.Mfc That roan is to be pitied ' upon bose mind the dawn of the Sabbath "exerts no .rinfluencQ.awakens no thoughts or feelings "different from those of 'any other day. TThB tenant of a rude hut where nature & men are wild, whose life may ' Have' .te?n' spent in the enjoyment of .all the social and religious' privilege's IhVSabbath' con-' . . 8adl realizes how'piuch !s! losfwhen Z dayman-only be.ejijoyed jn rest. In these wi?d woods there are no church going bei;e;'thapTritVdepaftiire isnot, sighed by the sound of knell, but "wept,1 6b how sadljrt by the desolate moan of the f winds. The preaching of the 'gospel Us ,'S..eldon1 performed, (eyept in the -winter when the rivers'are low, and the people have received the returns for their cotton. .1. The...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 October 1847

f:"" . " " jrTrTy mm m M"imr P" jtt iw i m mhmj.u. ju.. i' -7 j Vp.'JT:" TtlATilQini YJiism 7- ' . - t. ' Til-.:. ... .... J: iW.C' r. ?is im II k i i 1 1- B 1 .Ml 1 -2 ' : i -THE - joliet signal: -i- s Is published every TuesdavJ mbrhing i Chldago-street, Jolfet,'-Ill. ';. , . Tbbxs. -Tvd Dollara perannum pay able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the.end of the year. . , .7 r, BATKS OF ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 linei or leis,) one insertion, :.! i Each additional . - ' insertion, 0 2 . ' . , ; . 6 months, " 3 50 -' " 12 month?, ; - 5' Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 r No advertisements will be inserted in this i paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. ftAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re eive attention. - ' 13USIIVES8 DIRECTORY. " OF ALL EIX D 8 v EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT TIJE OFFICE OF A gas IB -a&sC - - E. A. H. LARNED, M. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 October 1847

OCT The steamer Alvarado, which ar rived at Peru early this morning, brings an extra issued from the office of the St. Louis Republican, on Saturday evening containing the following : Ottawa Free Trader, Extra. HIGHLY mPORTATJT HEWS FROM THE .WJYJJFjagj.GQ! The i splendid steamer Illinois has just arrived from New Orleans. She left that port on Saturday evening. The most im. portant news is embraced in the following paragraphs, which we copy from the N. O. Picayune of Saturday evening : The steamship James L. Day has just arrived from Vera Cruz, which port she lefi on the 21 st instant. The intelligence fully confirms our anticipations as to the result of the negotiations. We have no details, but a letter from Orizaba to Mr. Diamond, at Vera Cruz, dated the 19th inst., says an express had just arrived from the city of Mexico, which brought intelligence that General Scott had entered the capital, after having on the 13th taken the formidable fortress of Cbapultepec and the citadel. H...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 October 1847

Las a'r.ckof the Fderalits From the Pittsburg Post. . Those who are constant readers of tbe federal papers at the north, must have ob. served, within a short time past, thepow. erful effort thej are making to produce a schism In the democratic ranks on the slavery question. These papets have all at once ingtorioiisljr abandoned the dis cussion oftbe tariff. The new revenue law, which, according to federal prognos ticators, was to convulse this fair Union from one end to the other, and destroy the manufacturing and commercial interests of the country, fs now scarcely ever al luded to. "The odious sub-treasury," with its bolts, and bam, and safes, has a! so been laid on the shelf, as a matter .of no moment to tbe country. These and many other questions, which formerly afc forded fruitful themes for the federalists to descant upon, are now treated as matters oi no importance whatever. Our crafty opponents, ever ready to form new issue!, in order to bolster up their corrupt and sinking ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 October 1847

11 -'i i . , ,lw ri TIMJnitllJlW). Education lit the Uritep States. Tha following it'an extract from a speech delivered By Lord Russel, to the ' elector of London: 'I hare considered education ' as : a great good In itself, and "as " closelj con nected vith the liberties the increased liberties of this country. ' And let me,' to show how deeply education is connected with liberty, call your attention lor a mo ment to that which takes place in the northern and Southern states of America. In the northern states, where there pre. railf the utmost freedom, we find- the state busying in and encouraging and pro moling education, and that then the great proportion of the body of the people do reeeire a full, a wholesome, and a liber al education. (Hear, hear.) But, on the other hand, in the southern states, where slavery prevails, we find education dis couraged, and in many cases prohibited, because it is known that as knowledge is connected with freedom, so is ignorance connected and link...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 October 1847

-- .!. I if I- ;;') '-t.,-J 1 ' i:-??Vzi riUf:h'. t :: . ' -ti r? .n'.-.v.-j.o.iJ V'U MakU-u".- -un-i H'i-n -vl?!.: r -!r . - B Y C. & 8 C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, i OCTOBER 19, 1847. ; -u; " V0LU31E 5, ;KUMBEiiri9 t? 1 ..r.'j . r I Vfi! '- '; - THE : JOLIET SIGNAL. published 'every Tuesday morning onXhicagd-street, Joliet, 111. j TEais.-Two Dollars per annum pay able advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. .i".n Af s oir ADTflatisiNG. One Square,.(12 lines or less,) one insertion, 81, i.m-1 :! Each additional no , ' msenion, - ; 11 8 months, 3 50 'ji 12 month, ' 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 ? No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash pr some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. u (KrAU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re 'eive attention. : .BUSIPVESS DIRECTORY. 4 A OF A L L.K I O 8 . EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 October 1847

From iho Slit Roister. The Canal Jffglcct of the Agents of the Bondholders. Mfo some lime since set forth the great mischief rbich had resulted to the stated the bondholders and ibe people, frnm the const&nt absence of ibo agents of the bond, holders from tbe line of tbe canal. These trustees receive, each, tbe enormous sala ry office thousand dollars a year, yet ther Vr-J u3nt coMioera rttdtTTot the devotToTTorRtVonsfcferable K??n m '? Ihcir fficiItluUes. 1 beV seldom visU ihk -a.i, t u . rXNeYork. andibe-other in .Washing- k ,iru"ee o the state resides on the I.n6 of tho panaland devotes his Nvhole t,me to. it for'one half the salary 'paid to each of tbe others. 'As we stated I V1 n;rrtter number, cases pf doubt and difficulty are constantly arising which - wake it necessar for the resident trustee J to consult his associates, and considerable , delay njut take place in 'transmitting communications backwards and forward? .between Chicago and; New York and Washington. This, of ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 October 1847

B t I IV- ft Whole tide lie- moderation and justice.' I flatter mjself with the belief that your ; Excellencjr.":after thinkirg!.-calml upon the subject, will be convinced of tbe jus tice of my reasuningt. ' But if, uniortu nately, shall not be sought any thing more than a pretext to deprive the first city upon the American continent of the resources upon which the unarmed an'd non belligerent part of its population de pend, then are left tne no other expedients foe the rescuing of it from the horrors ol war and saving it from capture than the only one of resisting force by force, with thatjproroptnessand energy which my high obligations impose ? upon me. I have the honor to be your Excellency's very obedient servant. ANTONIO LOPEZ DE SANTA ANNA Further ."Particulars of the Hattle ol'diapuUcpcc. , ' From the Missouri Republican. " The New York Sun published on 'the 4th instant a letter from a Spanish Mex ican in the city of Mexico to a Spanish house in New York, which gives a more f...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 October 1847

f .3 t T. I: i n ; I- r .. r - I: l1' it rani tha ftlaine Farmer ?l a ate c ? os i ( i - b lisLo u .? . Mr. Lv.(r;M-I 3, ad a lire kindled in ray L ccliar veS Jrclatr in a cask ofjaebes that were taree or more moiling old. As ail jour leaders may not knovv that cold ash es will sometimes takp.firej twill 1 relate the circumstance as it occurred. V r ksJI hogshead as areful!f t placed 1n one' corner of thV cellar, where it might be consumed without Jburnipg an thin else. Vhen.hWds?l.mfed, li liked some pieces of boardjtfoondjhfTtorjnd piled ashes about inT'tub' 'against'-the stone wall. On examination, after the firebroke ? STrJ'fi2bdboard that laid one'edge to the wall and pactljrr.pver jhetubwilh ashes abive it.jo b the seat, of the fire. All that part that laid orer the ' tub 'was charred to dust and fire rapidly" kindling on the edge of the tub; the itsbes above Send pear' thoi fire were' quite J 'damp ? and very 'hot; Now the philosophy of the matter seems to be this: -the ashes...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 October 1847

I ! J -p 'w. e-a. ''"- -.- .-.- a- . d-i- V'" 'S" 1 . I ( . '. - -V ,.-...-...-- t :.l r-'j .I',-.: 'i-ti I ; !u , . : ;! i-' J.I ;::--fi X ;:. ;J v.- 'VIS j ., ; .i . :. i j i I U v L r. -Ihtir.na .7 I ; BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, OCTOBER 26, 1847: VOLUME 5, . NUMBER SOv 't 1 J! " THE , : , JOLIET SIGNAL. j Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. 1 Terms. -Two Dollars per annum pay able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is 'delayed until the end of the year. ' ;'" ATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, .12 lines or less,) one insertion, $1, Each additional ) nor insertion, $ : " 6 months, 3 50 V " 12 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. 0C?"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re eivo attention. KUSSiVESS D I it sec TO si OF ALL KINDS tXtCUTED WIT...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 October 1847

! I I ' ft i " From the Washington Thigh. The Btsnlt of the Negotiations. The documents onnected with the re. cent negotiations in Mexico, which we published last evening, vill present to the country m a new and striking light the dee perate infatuation of the enemy tviib whom we have to deal. The whole basis of negotiation assumed by the Mexican gov. erimient, and the propositions finally re solved upon as its ultimatum, outraging as they do every principled interaational justice, can only be regarded as another insult added to the long series of wrongs and indignities which the Mexican rulers have heaped upon us. Certainly no gov. crnmeni, however blinded hv nrM anA obstinacy, could ever have ventured, un der such cirtumstances. to submit . . . : - sucu propositions, but for its hop 0f aid and .umiori rrom me clio?! of the opposi tion parly among ourselves. The Mexi can policy of the Whiff a Uo ,1 cd it? legitimate consequences in all their rnormhy. h j4 funy proved al ast lhat Me...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 October 1847

ciatea will call Congress together, and will endeavor to open negotiations. Gen. Lane was at the National Bridge when last heard from, and ought to reach Jalapa on the 1st of next month. Maj. Lallj, I understand, has been or dered to march up. The city U com parativeljr healthy. Oregon. The Philadelphia Ledger has been furnished by a friend with several num ber of the Oregon Spectator, from which the Ledger makes up the following very interesting summary. ' "The information of the Oregon terri tory to be obtained from the Spectator, it of the most gratifying character. Em igrants continue to arrive, and agriculture and the arts flourish. The following statement of the amount of wheat raised in the territoiy during 1846 will surprise come of those who still continue to regard xhe Oregon country as ' an unsettled and almost uninhabitable wilderness. Champreg county, - - , 69, 000bu3hels. Tualitin, - - . 30,000 " Yamhill, 20,000 Polk, , . - . 15,000 " Clockamas, Vancouver, Clastsop, 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. — 26 October 1847

A letter in thd Journal of Commerppl -- - - - T from a field officer of the army, relates the ciiire battle of Churubusco: U The place was defended by at least 27,. 00 Mexican troops. Their whole force in the morning amounted to32.000 men, obon 5,000 may have beer killed, ta fcen or dispersed,' in"the"affairs of Coutrei ras and San Antonio.in the earlier part of the day. The remainder weraposted be; hind two strong field works orroiof them enclosing a large elonVchurcb; Our troops makingthe attack did not exceed one-fourth theriambcrof th eneray. -JTho - conflict lasted two hours and three.quarters,duritg 4ke whole of which time the deafening toar of artillery and small arm3 was con tinuous and tremendous, and such as -no men present ever before witnessed. ; It wa a time of a.wful sra3pene',buhe issye was not for a moment doubtful. When it was over, the' GeneraUn-ehief Scott) rptle in anions the troom. It wnrM hva onojour heart'good to hestr the shout 1 . i ... -wim,iro!cni&ey m...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 2 November 1847

-J n J r. r 4. F5 1 1 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. THE ; . JOLIET SIGNAL. ' Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. f . TmhlTwo Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. i BATES OF ADVERTISING. 'One Square, (12 lines or less,) "one insertion, 91, i it " Each additional AO insertion, 0 25 6 months, 3 50 12 months, 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or tome person personally known to the edltorsbecoming responsible for the same. ' CO All letters addressed to the editors TOust be Post-paid, or they will not re eive attention. DUSIIYESS DIRECTORY. aos ipsasisasioj) ' . OF AIL KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF E. A. II. LARNED, M. D. Office, at the Store of Isaac Heck, . Lockport, Will Co., 111. H. E. MAYNARD, TTOBKKY St, COUNSELLOR AT LAW. OceMerchants Row, Bluff St. Jol let, 111. - LITTLE & LEE. Attor...

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

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOLIET, ILL. TUESDAY, IVOVEMOEIl 184Y. Tiie Wi& Press and the War. It is a humiliating fad that a large por tion of the whig press of this countrybave teen ihe most effective allies of the Mex icans. It has been remarked of the an cient republics, that, wars always tended to unite domestic parties however Litter their opposition, the tocsin of war was al ways a signal for the burying of party strife. All parties would join to uphold the honor, the interests and the glory of their republic. But how different is it at this day in our republic. A portion ofthe whig party have, ever since the first out. break of hostilities, done every thing in their power to embarrass the vigorous ef forts ofthe administration for its successful prosecution. The whig leaders in the United States, are the zealous advocates of foreign pretensions, and apologists of , foreign wrongs. They assist to nerve the arms of our enemies by assuring them that they are in the right aid we in the w...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 2 November 1847

ICiLLED. Col. Ranjom. T Major Twiggs, Capts, Dium Vanolirjde, Lieuts. Gantt, Calvin Benjamin, S B Monague, AP 'Rwlgers, J Willis Canty, J P Smith, Sidney Smith. - U OUNDED. Maj. Gen. Pi How. : severely; Brig. Gen. Shields, severely? Col Garland, se verely; Col. Garlai.d, severely; Col. Trousdale, Lieut. Cols. Johnstone, Geary, Maj. Gladen, Lonng, severely; Capt. Pearson, C C Danly, James Barb lay,' J B Backenstos, McPhail, E C Williams, J S Simonso.i, Bernard-, Beauregard, Magruder, Silas Casey, slightly'; Capt. Miller, severely; Cant. M Fairehilds, slightly ; Capt. JatAea Caldwell, sevefefy; ''apis, George Nau man,S S Tucker, Mackall, FU Page, Marshall, Williams, Lieut Earl Van Dorn, slightly ; Lieul Brannan, severely; Lieut. Nat Lyon, slightly; Lieut. James Longstreet, severely; Lieuts. Tilton, Sprague, slightly: Lieut. M Glirh, severely; Lieuts. J A Henderson, Bell, slightly; Lieuts. Reno, John Keefe, severely; Lieut?. Martin, Maurice Maisney, M Loyall, slightly ; Lieutl. J Selde...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 2 November 1847

' i i Tirawhj ffieadows." n All timothy meadows which are sod bound should bo welt harrowed and rolled. If fbe product jof hay manifested a falling off in the fertility of the soil, it would be well to topdress. A good compost tor this could be formed thus: To each acre, take two loads of mould from the woods, mix viibl five busheli of ashes and the tame quantity of lime, and spread it over the meadow before the operation of harrow, ing and rolling shall have been performed. This may be considered a small dressing it is, however, large enough to tell effec !ive'yjn. n?xl year's crop of grass. Soicihg Timothy Seed. If you have a field that you design to set in a timothy meadow; plow it at once, as the sooner you get your seed in the better chance the plants will have standing the winter,and the greater assurance you will have fnr a good crop of hay next year. - Ifyour soil is not already fertile, make it so by liberally manuring it. Recollect that timothy with care, will last from fi...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 November 1847

f '.-1 . .; " I '-4 4 y . y C. ZARLEV. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 9, 1847. VOLUME 5; NUMBER 22.5t - "0&fr Zs&i 1S&g&&- i ' k: ; V A II V, : vJ:X- v.- ,v:ir. i rr.vncva-s::? li - 1 . . V " THE JOLIET SIGNAL. Is published every. Tuesday morning 'on Chicago-etreet, JoHel, III. Tbkms. -Two Dollars per annum Day able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. t)ne Square, (12 lines or less,) one insertion. 81. u Each additional ! ' ' insertion. 0 25 S50 ft rnontha, 12 months", 4 v vrdinary business cards per ann. 3 .' .No advertisements will be inserted in Ihis paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the JdTitAfsbecomrng fesYisible for lli'e same. T . 0"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re eive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTOR'S' . - - OF All KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF E. A. II. LA UN ED, M. Di OJfidly at the Store of Isaa...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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