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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 November 1847

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOLIET,HL. TUESDAY, KOFEKDCR 9, 1847. To the Democracy of this County. Considering the relation in which, we stand to the democratic party, we believe the following statement of fact, to be due to them, that they may judge ot our AftrAA fn vols linn r ikfa t-n olf P Wo regret that causes compel us again to re. fer to a subject so lamentable as the disaffection in our own party, in this county. We had hoped that those who were foie most in creating the disorganization amongst us at the last August e!ection,had taken a "second thought" and would there after be governed by principle and the good of the party. But in this we were mistaken. As much as wc desired to see a rpirit of harmony existing among us as a nartr. we still felt more firmlv linrmri to I J - the time honored usages of the party those usages which are founded on principle, and under which we have so often defeated our opponents and those usages which are adhered to by the democracy of other States, wherev...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 November 1847

' ' The Canal. . We les.rn by a gentleman who resides , on the line of the canal, that the canal of. ficers are waking up to their duty, and exerting themselves to put an jend to the complaints which have been so justly ' made against them. Our informant thinks that the work may even be completed . early next summer, it the officers charged with its management do not relapse into their former supineness. The work is unquestionably one of the . most important now in progress in the United States. Indeed, it will have a ' bearing upon every quarter of the Union. It will connect the Mississippi with the , great lakes, and open an inland water xommunication between the gulf and the eastern cities and Canada, It cannot Ifa'n to divert a large amount of transportation from the Ohio river, the navigation 'of which is, almost every season, obstruc ed by n deficiency of water. Independent tf j redation as a link in a great chain of communication, it will exert a most , beneficial iwfluence u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 9 November 1847

V Y. .:.. a Foil , j. lunettes uj uuii. : Ootixd lof the most valuable improve ments in modern agricultrei. pr.c4i f W the aisccvcry that all plants knot ex hausi film ibe. toil, in which ihey grow, the fame ingredients or component ijarts of itjTir: ihat no two f plants of -different kind abstract the sarni proportions of each ingredient. Hence, bejofid allk question, it is 3 Sablisbedjlst'.That'every kind of soil is, In its natural stated fitted, for the product tion of some one or nther ol ha thousand plants that cgter the earth 2dv That the (ddition to it, by human labor, of those Ingredients or substances of which any 2 toil is deficient will fit it for the production -!ofpUnt9jhat require those: ingredients. Caretal examination has also shown liat silicious or flinty matter not only constitutes a lare portion of all soils, but also the ar'gest; ingredient in the composition of oats, wheat, Indian corn, rye and barley. If ' also demonstrates that certain other substances, of . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 November 1847

V ST "trZi "T" T '""' v-s j,--"l.I-&' T-niP-PMT TOT rii i-vuT 'TrT,itr.-rT"'.f ' tsju:m:3 bribed J1 V ' '..;'! iv i. i . . s o -' M'a.ftB ...... -ST W JZ- : T" " '-. - -T5n tv 1 S1 . - i .- - . r - ; - - 1 . y . ' ....tiie ;'.-:; .JOLtET SIGNAL. nils published : every Tuesday morning bn:Chicago-Btreett Joliet 111. r ,-. . . : . aiiks.fT wo Dollars per annum payable in" advance, or 2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year;' BATBS OP ADVEKTISIXG. k ;5 One ! Square, (12 line 'or lets,) ' : .one. insertion, .-..., $1, , liach additional insertion,' ; 5' u ; (B months,. -7 . 3 50 12 months, 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. '3' .".No advertisements will be inserted in fhis paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. must be Post-paid, or they will not reeive attention. ;PIJSirVES:s PIRSCTORY. t:;-; , 0) ' s3 asa? a S3 (3 o V ' ' ; ; 'OF ALL KIXOS ; EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS'.AW DISPATCH AT THE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 November 1847

Uf Telegraph for the Buffelo Dai'j Courier. ARRIVAL OF THE JFItEAWIM STEAMER. DECLINE IffflREADSTUFFS Insurrection in Switzerland Great Battle in Africa! New York, Nov. 3d, 7 p7 m. The i Steamer Philadelphia arrived from Havre whence she sailed on the 10th ult., put into Halifax fur a supply of coal. The Steam ship Washington arrived on me etn ultimo. The French steamer New York, which left this port on t&e lrfth of Sept., arrived at Cherbourg ou the 4ih ult. Flour and Corn lower iu all the markets I France. The news received in Paris on the 8th ult., from London, caused a fall in French funds. The Railroad shares were all declining. A Marseilles paper announces via. Gib ratter, news from Africa to the 22, Sep. - Ab Del Kader had fought a great battle with the troops of Morocco, under the walls of Taga. The "Erair lost 4,000 men. Another paper pretends that the battle refers to the destruction of the two tribes of Hachems, and Ceni Hames. Mr. Van Zeller, Consul from Port...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 November 1847

a r f Get out of the teav ve Corivcntionists "Mongrel" and corrupt men of the ccmjvJA nd alto ye . V printers ; pj the Sitmu ;-: for I(n the Commute -man - ,t. ; ' . , i - ... jftaf n cnt ana ye must ooey From the True Democrat. I find ID DerMuintr the column nf vac. erdy. Signal, & long, labored article purporting to tos &iurial,(?) in which a gross attack is made upon a . committee appointed by the Democratic Party, for issuing a notice in hand-biJl form (which that servile press previously refused to publish, until they could take ad rice from their keepers) for the Independent Democrats of this County to meet on the 27th inst.at this place, to reorganize the party on a less objectionable plan than the present Convention system. At a future day vre shall viud cate ourselves as a commit, tee, and give a full exposure of the rotten, "ness and corruption of certain men in this county, and likewiso of the sneaking and crinning course of the Printers of the Sig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 16 November 1847

eJVEB3TER ..t'ff. .WeBSTEB AG.A1J7. "I appeal from Thilfu drunk to Philip'soberv" eaid tne no felt himself aggrivate py an unjust judgment. in eiauoa u war, afid the duly (b tia citizr na Tdiirtog it continuance,. vre appeal from Daniel Webster Sri Springfield to Daniel; AVebBtetin. Phi'adelpbia. In thisliown, im Wednesday. Jast, Mr. Y.jeipres itrdf him elf as follows:-' l& 4r ''Suppose that we bayeno peace, .the armistice broken; the'warln renewed pr.ogress, and Congress assembles.'; $Yaf is to "be done? Unless the President hall make cut a., case,,, show .Congress that do purpose cf acquisition, no purpose not directed with the welfare of this Union, is the ' object . and end Soft bis wwarv ve auphl to po airainst anu more suvvltes to carry it on.' In Philadelphia, on the 2d of December last, since when the aspect of our com troversanrwjth Meiicq ;hasi charged in no respect he eipressed.himself. in lhe following language: "- " '---- vseverineiess, gentlemen, itrie- war...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 November 1847

f IX 1 !: liV 0. & C. ZARLEY J OLIET, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER; 23, 1847 'VOLUME '5. : NUMBER' .. , ' , ,,'. j. i i , iii.iiiLi.iji.-rm...j imu in MWiiiii .iji nwl n iiwmiHiwiii ii.i.i. .ui." WTfJf'L --' "- t . . . ". , , . , r r t I (' ( y.X: '; r.- 'THE . i , ; .; JOLIET SIGNAL. ' ' ublisbfjJ ever Tueaday morning '6n Chicngo-.street, Joliet, 111. ' TuuiM." Two Dollars per annum pay'"ableju advance, or $2,30 if payment is clolayci until the bnd of the year. . ; ji vrKfi OP . ADVEBTISIXO. ' ( Ono Square. (1.2 lines or less,) ono . lch additional itiertion, VF III. itii , Ordinary business cards per ann. S No advertisements will be inserted in i this paper unless accompanied by the cash , or some person personally known to the ( editorsbecoming responsible for the same. t CrAll letters addressed to the editors 'rhus'tbe Post-paid, or they will not re- . eive attention 33USIIVESS DIRECTORY. Ol? Xll KIDg EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DlSPATCrl AT THE OFFICE OF E. A. H. LAKNED, M. i)...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 November 1847

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOL1ET, IJJL. TUESDAY. XO VEMDElt 23,181?.'Utmocrati of Will." A-'ciuucrai coniams a long article, or rather declaration of in. dependence" from the rules and Ions esM. im i H I l rim iia....ii . -UUOuu usages or the parly, under the above title. -The declaration is signed by the committee appointed by the macs meeting last summer the same committee that published the recent call for a meet'n3 o dopt, a new organization of the t paity. We 'are constrained to believe that this declaration, previous to its publication was not submitted to tho examination ol ome whose names are attached to it, foi ircm a Jong acquaintance with them, we cannot bring ourselves to believe that they would, knowingly, sign a document which contains so many glaring absurdities and tnjfre presentations. The writer of the declaration, which can readily be seen, possesses the most i.ve temti hatred towards us. The chief ttjfct setms to Lc, to place, us in a false position before the democracy of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 November 1847

The Cause of the War Octapation of a - We copy the followipg from an' article in the Baltimore Sun, one of the ablest of the neutral press, in answer to an article in the : National Intelligencer. It will commend itselt to tbe good sence of the ' reader: : :; "The Intelligencer says, 'when (the war) first commenced, we were told that It was waged to redress wrongs,' &c We don't know who told the Intelligencer all this, but certainly we did not. When the war first commenced it was declared by Mexico, and when hostilities first commenced it was in consequence of armed resistance to the peaceable march of our troops the Mexican enemy, in battle array, disputing the return of Gen.Taylor from Point Isabel to Fort Brown. m It is true that we had wrong to redress terri. tory to secure, and indemnities to recover from tbe Mexican gorernment; and for these purposes, in the event of the failure of negotiation and Mexican aggression, our troops were thrown upon our frontier. But wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 23 November 1847

The DiSBftycd-fIeajartS"Cf-An1niltiire, Thfh.1s a moral "dignitj in the pursuit el grtcusture. 1 rue, it is toilsome J but what eainful Dursuit.ia not!- There r few! diefchabti or) professional men who wrpjd not, pit tiroes willingly exchange v Yuiunioj, .ucii toics or anxieties, ior. fSllowing'Ttne ploiighfor other labor conTiartcA iviih farming. ,. s "7i.'-4'Mj."o.-i Aiotjrqung man ho fancies there is so much of leisure asLa?yjr5 4?rftJi anithp! p rales J l0,?v ,an? 89 much drutfgeiy in farming, :knoir8 less of hurnari life, than he will be likely to learn if he lives to middle age.jjui, wane laooriPgrpeOpre usually attain U CTeater longevity than men of leisure, their eiercise mav be considered, as con--Uo labor itself,' there is nothing degrading to the best feelings of our nature. It is ouly vitiated,- artificial public sentiment, that can nducpainful sensibility in view; of the necessity for industry, which the wants of life imptor;:.Z:SZ C It is not the objects thrown around ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 30 November 1847

r e 1 .- tl,'ill it Jit rL 'Xx' a.. . f ti: I ! v I. A , V V , f " "I . .' t V . i .J BY C. & C. ZARLEY. -Tim ' 1 JOLIET SIGNAL. .Is. published eWery Tuesday morning on Chicago-etreet, Joliet, 111. j -Tkbxs.1 -Two Dollars per annum payable-in, advance, or 2,50 if payment is delayed until ike edd df the year. BATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 line or less,) ' !bne- insertion, ' : i $lf yi -, - Each additional : insertion, L.; i g months, -..- -; 12 months, 0 25 3 50 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in Ihis paper unless accompanied by the cash br some person personally known to the feditorsbeeoming responsible for the same. ' t"AIl letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not reeive attention' ; . ' - r i I BUSIIVES DIRECTORY. v f ,OF Alt KlNDB ' EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH A: AT THE OFFICE OF ; A. II. LARNED, M. D. r Office, Jit the Store of Isaac Heck, - . Lockport, Will Co., UK II. E. MAYNARD, ' ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 30 November 1847

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOLIET, ILL TUESDAY. ftOTEMDEU 30,1847. The Mas Ulceliog. The mass meeting of the independent democrats came off on Saturday last. Notwithstanding (be great efforts whieh were mad by a certain few to induce an 'attendance, there were but twelve or fifteen mass meeting men. or those who favor such a meeting, present. True, the leading Epirits in the disorganizing movement were tbeie, but they felt the utter failure of their attempts to mislead the democracy of this county, and the indignation speech of an ex-office-holder, was a true expression of the desperation of their cause. IV e hare not been correctlv informed in regard to the business transacted by the meeting, Lut predict, however, that nothing was done toward a reorganization of tlie democratic party of this county. It would be presumptuous aad the height of fully in these few iodi. viduals, to attempt to palm off or establish any rules or regulations for the government of the party. Their endeavors to keep up...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 30 November 1847

i : at Gb(f for ihe raltura or beasts f 'nrv- ihis editor eeems to hare no tears to shed; but for the Mexlcotis; the men who murdered in cold blood, and under circumstances of the barest treachery, the brare nien who composed ; FamiVs command, our neighbor's tears flow as freely as drops trickling, from the gourd of hard cider, in the hands of a drunken devotee of whigery. - . When Mexico finds that the "aid and comfort" which federalism extends to her, cannot save her from the divine prophecy, Made more than 1800 years since, that they who drew the sword, by the sword shall perishthe fulfilment of which is seen in the defeat of the Mexican - forces on every battle field-that ill fate J nation ivill accept the proffers of peace, time and again made, and then federalism will take a new tack. With much certainty we predict that the war will not end three years before the war spirit will again come over whigery its crocodile tears will be emblazoned with the names of "Palo Alto," Buena...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 30 November 1847

A"Nk w Expsmmbnt. A resent Avork oricianjcd give the following novel experiment,' which settles questions of some importance in philosoph: f f ; Two hundred pounds weight of earth vera dried in an oven," and afterwards puinlp anearthen. vessel. iThe "earth was then moistened with rain water, and willowttree weighing five pounds was planted therein. .During the space of five jeaf the' earth ;wa" carefully watered -?l!vrain 3?.ateV or pure water; the willowgfew andflourished; and, to prevent the earth being mixed with fresh, earth.or dust blown on.by the winds, it "''was cov." eretf. with. 'a rnetal plate perforated with p great ;number of small holes,: suitable for the free admission of air only. . - After growing' ''in the' air for 4 five years, the willow tree was removed and found to weigh one hundred and sixty-nine pounds and about three ounces; the leaves which fell from ihe treVerery, autumn were not Included in this weight. - The earth was then removed fioni the vessel, again ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 7 December 1847

.' .;i ; ;;.;!,(, (, -lSi:i ,a , ,1 . ' Y . . . , . fc . ' . ,. , . rtr , . r.. 'r.:--5J :k z .4.;i I. ,j .... .. i 'i ,fO: J. V-..-Jr.- " BY C. & CHARLEY. r JOLIET, IliLilNGIS; DECEMBEK:7ri 847, - - i ii 7 !. Vi'.i v f t-- ; i .i -j . . - .- - J k. I ' W 7 ............ - i i i i - - 1 ' 1S .3. C n Am I ' ".H ' JOLET;fiIGNAIi;'' " , f f ;?Is, published every, Tuesday - morning nChico.Eireet, Joliet, 111. r j . Tets. -Two Dollars per annum pays&U ia advance, or 02,50 if payment is jdelayed uatii the end of the jeax, , , , ;r.'i BATES OF -ADVEBTISIXG, , :f(! One Square, (12 lines or less,)- :'. : . ; -ontifisertidn, 81,- 1 tt r Each additional ao,n insertion, S 6 months, 3 SO ' " 12 months, , 5 - Ordinary business cards oer ann. 3 No adrertisements.wU be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecbming responsible for the same. ' C"A11 letters addressed to the editors 1 must be Post-paid, of they will ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 7 December 1847

' - ont printing office ia this country, n!ol CamorWV in Massachusetts, in 5"more then two nunIred veaM B' The first printed newspaper appeared in the city of Vienna, in Germany ; al. though but a few were printed until 1612, when the first paper in England was WL U"DS 108 re,g of Elizabeth, in The first paper in this country wasprinted at Boston; in 1704. Now, thereli not in all .Europe, as many newspapers as there are in the United Slates. ' '""- From ihf fPushijigion Umon. " Trgoroni Prosctnllcn of lbs War. One of 'the most interesting problems or the day is, How is this war to be pros- ' ecuted so as to secure a prompt and honorable peace ? Ft is not our purpose at this time to go into this discussion; nor in 1 any manner to express our own opinions', much less pretend to state what are the views of the administration, upon the most fficient manner of prosecuting the war. We content ourselves with- furnishing "soma materials for the consideration of our i readers, and for th it ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 7 December 1847

mi V -- ' V.A later arrival at New Orleans, brioes v.ra urux dates to the 8th ulu, Nothinz - r n ... .... e lunucr i rum ven. ocotu l be corres pouhi ui mo von writes, 7tb November : Troops are pouring in upon us day by day; already, are assembled at . Berra Oarda upwards of 1,500 troops, and the number is being augmented dailr. It is confident! ei pec ted that in a month from now, another train will be sent forward 'Under command of the gallant Gen. Mar shall. I forgot to jay that Padre Jarauta has Wen working "heaven to earth," to come on terms with the Americans, but wituuu ttcM. e is now nearly des perate, defeated by a man who is his mot ceadiy enemy I mean Zenoniabadly, , if not mortally wounded. nd w r " iwwnvu uuvii ""B wp.ciun ana aistrust by all surround- ' ing him. yen. Butler, with some five thousand troops, is expected here daily : in case he comes, he will, in all probability, take command of the train, as he ranks Gen. Marshall, being a Major General. ' ( Nothing can ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 7 December 1847

, Aliter arrii! at New Orleans, brings Vtra Urux dates to the 8th ult. Nothing iunaer irom ven. Bcott. The correspondeal of this Delta writes, 7th November : Troops are ' pouring in upon us day by .oar ; already , are assembled at Uerra Garda upward of 1,500 troop, and the . number it being augmented daily. It la confidently expected that in a month from now, another train will be sent forward under command of the gallant Gen. Mar shall. I forgot to jay that Padre Jarauta has' been working "heaven to' earth," to come on terms with the Americans, but without success. He is now nearly des perate, defeated by a man who is his mot deadly enemyI mean Zenoniabadly, . if not mortally wounded, and looked upon with suspicion and distrust by all surrounding him. Gen. Butler, with some five thousand troops, is expected here daily : in case he comes, he will, in all probability, take - command of the train, as he ranks Gen. Marshall, being a Major General. ', Nothing can exceed the bustle and a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 7 December 1847

IT the Princeton Herald. -Letter from Oregon. r Plbasant Hill, Oregon, -M f? f4 I April 14, J847." t': On the 8th of March, 1846, we Jeft Scrmmento,apd after travelling 35 days, we reached the head of the WallaraeUe taller in Oregon. JA soon SI I had Ml. ted, J. commenced looking at the country. -.hare comelo the conclusion that the. Creator has placed Oregon at that point of the globe where it wilt ever be healthy. fJl A8, a 60x soil, "is Weil - watered,' and has excllent limber; r. though the country f-is not as extensive as 1 4xpeped to find it. But there is much of it unexplored. I have liellle'd oh' Pleasant Hill, in the forks of the WallameUe, 150 miles above ship navigation, and CO or 70 from Alsea Bay," supposed to be -a ;ship; harbor. , Peppier can lire' Bere yifh.. half . the, labqr. they can in Illinois. "Stock can live without corn. Wheat never fails it will come well for. three, years with but once sowing and it 19 not known how much longer; but the third crop was the b...

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