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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 14 December 1847

i I n 1 1 f i Y r . - it-? I-' J 3 I (' BY C, & C. ZARLEY. THE JOLIET SIGNAL. ., . Is published every Tuesday morning 'tin Chicago-etreet, Joliet, 111. ' Terms. Two Dollars per annum payr able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, . 91, u. Each additional insertion, 0 25 It It 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 some person personally known to the 'editorsbecoming responsible for the same. 0"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Posf-paid, or they will not reeive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTOR V . stasia a si q o OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF E. A. H. LARNED, M. D. Office, at the Store of Isaac Heck, Lockport, Will Co., 111. H. E. MAYNARD, ATTORNEY 4k COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office Merchants' Row, Bluff St. Jol. fat, 111. : . LI...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 14 December 1847

Ftotii lha Quincy Herald. The whig tresses And the waft' From the lime our revoutiomiry sires rose in their might to burst h f tier l tyranny, down to the present day -there has always been a class of men in th country who have sided with its enemies and take part against their own tmvern. ment in one way or the other, some bv openly taking UD arms, othprs hv timnl'v I l " r "V ""fj I vOnouucin? itai everv corneranH nnnn iv. I rK..e7 fn,.-1 . r. . I ry House top. This course of conduct in Jate tears has been more ooen if not more "agrani man formerly. In .he revolution m . ry War tofyism shrank from the public thoroughfares, and either went entirely : i'.t I I. . . wenoine enemy or sKuiKed about the country.or their owh premises fearing the (aces of their patriotic countrymen.0 In 1. - I. . .. . the last war it was mostlv cnnfinerl tmho ections of the old stock of f oryisrn, and toes had a fev presses at their command which pursued the came course, and used the same language, almost...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 14 December 1847

Apfuaiskrs tr Canal Lands. The appraisers are at work in the neighborhood of Peru. " We believe they ate getling alorg very well without the company of "sappers and m:ners"that the Chicago Journal speaks of, nor is there any apprehension felt that the abuse of the Journal will embarrass them in the least in the performance of their duly, ' We may say in this connection, that the course of the Chicago Journal on all questions connected with the canal is beginning to be appreciated in Ibis region. The settlers fully understand its motives in abusing the appraisers, as a set of speculators, whose interest it was to appraise the lands at as low a rate as possible. It is of a piece with the rent swindle advocated by the Journal; and the policy to force all the land iuto market at once at exorbitant prices, so that the eastern "Capitalists and speculators, who own the Journal establishment, can steal the settiers1 land improvements. But the settlers have no fear that the Journal will succ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 14 December 1847

I AST, Nature ahd Machinery. The earth ovr more to art that to nature after all. Till the effect cfclorer and platter on f and plaina was discovered, our barrens we ro at unproductive as rocks. Since that discoverey, however, they have become the most valuable farms in the State- Till art took hoM f oi it, largest one grown was about the size of m wainut; toe cabbage of nature wasnoth.ing but sea kale, while nature's unsophistl lied Peach Was lillIe beller than Poison' Indeed, without art the product of our whole State might yet be carried to marVet in wheelbarrows while the value of our lands would be about equal to those en the Rocky Mountians. The invetion of the cotton gin increased the value of South Carolina land twenty-five percent, because it saved that much in the expense of harvesting the crop. Without the plow, "any land might be purchased for a shil. hog an acre. This being the case, our farmers should take more interest in the progress of machinery, than even our artisa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 21 December 1847

, vc-i'sirO cr; its -i-j-.v ir X ba-V-; 'nits b'.Qii - . 4 . (. . .. . - N III MM I I rj . n t 1 !-.. : r - .-. I . .- i T, C. ZARLEY; P?H!"0f the Senate and ; ' I House of Representatives: i ' J The annual meeting of Congress is aT. 'Way an interesting event. Toe Repre. senUuve. of the States and oftbe people come fresh froiu their constituents, to take counsel together for the common good iArter an existence of near three quarters 'of A century, as a' free and independent xepublic, the problem remains no longer 10 e sojvea, ' wnether man is capable of eji-governmem. . The success of our adTOirable system is a conclusive refutation of the theories of those, in other countries; who" miintain that a favored few mro orn to rule, and that the most of mankind must be governed by force. Sub. ject to ho arbitrary or hereditary authori 1y, the people are the only sovereigns rec ogniied by our constitution. ! Numerous emigrants of every lineage Pd language, attracted by the civil and religi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 21 December 1847

With the views 1 entertain. 1 cannot fa vor the policy which has beep, suggested, cither to withdraw the army altogether, dr a - . to retjre to a designated line, and simply hold and defend it. To withdraw our array altogetherfrom the conquests they have made by deeds of unparal'ielled bravery, and at the expense of so much blood and treasure, in a war just on our part, and tne whicfc, by tho act of the enemy, we could not have honorably avoided, would be to degrade the r.ation in its own estimation, tutd in thr.t of the world. JTo refire I a Jine, on j' simply hold and defend it. would not terminate the war. ' Ori the contrary, it would encourage Mexico to persevere, and tend to protract it indefiitcy, ' ' It is not to be expected that Mexico afIctr refusing to establish such a line, as a Ipermament boundary, when our victorious armies are in possession 5 of her! Capital, and heart of country, would permit us to hold it without resistance. That she wo'd continue it, and that in the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 21 December 1847

4ia-. . WStnVWtf..WT r - Tjth such eratifvincr evidences of nros- penty, ana ot the successful operation of . O 4 me revenue ox IB4D, every consideration of public policy recommends that it shall remain unchanged. It is hopea I that the system of impost duties which it established may be regarded as the permanent policy and the great interests aflected by it may not be again subjected to be injuriously disturbed, as they have - heretofore been, by frequent and sometimes sudden changes. t . Forthe purpose of increasing the revenue, and without changing or modifying the rates imposed . by the act of 1846 on the dutible articles embraced in its provisions, I again recommend to your favorable consideration the expediency of levying a revenue duty on tea and coffee.' The policy which exempted these articles from duty, during peace, ceases to exist, when the country is engaged in war, and requires the use of all its available resources. ..... .. . It is a tax which would he so p-enprril-l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 21 December 1847

Ae Eagle ia a Cockpit. The ppanish barque Gallo de PaIen,"oh tier. IastJ royage tdj Havana,' was boarded W J"2-?8cT,0'"sC vvh?re he .came, from no one on hoard could imagine, unless he "had escaped front-some vessel and lost t himself on the wide" expanse of waters. ldH? Jctmel6 completely fagged out ftj with his long journey, and could scarcely iroiam nis noia on the. rigging. 'He was 4 oiiu iieueu, ana soon oo. a,? .v?fy,tame a4 a great favorite with fTjhe sailors. , Havana,as every hody knows, f'-M great place for cock-fighting, and our aaitors were not long in finding their, way " to a"pif.fM On their return to the barque, f flue of, them a, long-legged Yankee, (who V had been shipped to fill a vacancy occa--ione(f by the death of one bf the crew,) proposed that they should go into a little speculation t with their eagle. .This was t mgieed to, and the bird Jove-was accordingly furnished with a beautiful red.flannel lcornb1 a'n'i gills, a neat coat of paint, a . pair of gaffs, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 28 December 1847

Ml 1 "--- V) ti t : H ? 1l - BY C. & C. ZARLEY. n J OLIET, ILLINOIS, DECEMBEK 28,1847. r virvi ttnar r- iTirninnn . t- i 1 f c. r t: ' ?, V if . JI 1 ' iir 3' , ,; JOLIET SIGNAL. ,1$ published every Tuesday morning en XJhicago-etreet, Joliet, IU. ; Tbrms. Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or 2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. h.u. i t . ' . . . . ' RATES OF ' ADVEBTISINO. One Square, (12 lines or less;) , one insertion. u ', Each additional insertion, ft mnntTia ' " 12 months. , " Ordinary .business cards per ann. jxo adrertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by thi cash or some person personally knownlo the editorbecoming responsible for the same. OCrAU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, of they will not reeire.' attention. -'BUSINESS DIRECTORY. . O F A L l K I , D S CXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH .AT THE OFFICE OP E. A. 11. LA UN CD, M. D. OJfict at the Store of Isanc licck, Lockport, Will Co., 111...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 28 December 1847

admeasurement of tf 4o wotk bad been made up to that time ,afidl therefore, that fact could not be a scertained. Yet you do no contradict my statement,except by inference. 1 infer that the work does rwstlkat much, and ifiVhas been measured, which is doubtful, that the examina--trett will show it A competent and faithful leiigmaer would not.ermit a matter of this importance to rw m doubt. A grave matter like this cannot be trifled with, or evaded by ridiculing a verbal inacuracy in an expression where square is used for Cttoic. Such an error ought to be easily excused in one not a civil engineer if you can so easily find excuses for your blunders and mistakes, which would not have been made by the most unskilful contractor on tho whole line of the canal. But your argument in relation to this topic is not remarkably sound. I mistook square for cubic, and therefore you sa tlm work does not cost a dollar per yard, and you are to be excused for your want of judgment, skill, and industry....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 28 December 1847

t. V f I I , I: t, I ) , i and tha right to insist upon the Rio Grande as lh western boundarj of Louisiana wnicn was, as Mr. CU7 thinks, the true boundarj of the French purchase. Now this same question of boundary arose in. me lormation of the Republic of Texas, and Mr. Clay justly remarks that when Mr. Slidell was despatched to Mexico to treat of boundaries, the territory between the Nueces and the Rio Grande was disputed territory. Taking this to be the true state of the case, the United States bad as much right to have an armed force on this neutral ground as Mexico had. Now it is a notorious fact that Mexican armed bodies had crossed the Rio Grande before Gen. Taylor was ordered to cross the Nueces. It is also a notorious fact that Gen. Taylor was met at the Arroyo Colorado by an oiganized body of Mexicans, and that be was threatened with battle in case he crossed that stream. These facts are a part of the history of those times, and if entering the neutral territory with armed ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 28 December 1847

.v. .Cheem ,is.Caafloa Shot. V-. Th greatest ammunition that tve harts was used br tha rthrk. ted Commodore Coe, of the Af ontevidian INayy, vrho, in on engagement with ad miral Drown, of the Buenos "A vrn vicf. fired ever shot from bis lockers. -What shall Wdo, Sir?" asked his . r . . P gone, j ;., "Powder erone. eh?" AAC.Zi' " ?No, Sir iroi lota of that vet." 1 "We had a confounded hard t-.heicic a round Dutch one for desert at "dinner Moday; don't ;you remember , it?" said ' "1 ought toI broke the carving knife - i in trying to cot it. Sir? 1 '- ' ' ; "Are there any more aboard?" 'About two dozen, Sir wo took ''era fromodroger " . , , , "WiU iheVffo into tho ISnonnM?" ' "By thunder, Commodore,; . but that's the idea. I'll try them," cried the first f hi And, in a few minutes, the fire of the old -Santa AIafiaV(Coe's ship,) which had stopped, was re-opeoed, -and, Admiral Brown found more shot flying over bis head. Directly one of them 'struck his mainmast; and as it did so, shatte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 January 1848

Ac . BY C. & C. ZAKLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JANUARY il, 1848. . -" ; 1 't t;" . : VOL . f..; ' THE JOLIET SIGNAL. ;Is published every Tuesday morning n Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. Terms. Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 line or less,) one insertion, -" . f " Each additional Q g5 : , insertion, ' ' - . 0 months, 3 50 ' i " ; 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. 05" All letters addressed to the editors must bo Post-paid, or they will not reivo attention. 1MB wnnwuia u BUSINESS DIRECTORY. OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF - E. A. II. LA LINED, M. D. , Office, at the Store of Isaac Heck, Lockport, Will Co., 111. II. E. MAYNAItD - ATTOBNBY Sc. COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Oce Merc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 January 1848

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOLIET, ILL. TUESDAY, JAMJAHY 4, 184& The New Year. ; It is .sometimes both interesting and instructive, to look back at the close rj year. upon, the scenes which hare transf""' wo r"'ew iho seasons of joy and sorrows, whica we n..ed ihro during the year.uich has just closed, we cannot avoid being deeply affected at the uncertainty ol human prospects and happiness. 3oj may revive upon future anticipations and hopes, but how solemnly are we reminded at the close of each year of the shortness oflife its uncertainty. What a picture of life has the past year presented; and, we might fay, what a picture of death ! But it is thus that the world passes away. ; . The ; year- which has just closed, has been one of great moment in the annals of this country. , The events with which it has been filled, will be recorded as memorable on history's: page. History already tells how nobly our gallant army has' distinguished itself upon the battle fields of Mexico The captu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 January 1848

; I 1 ! ! U H Yv V KZasonic. " The Installation of the Officers of Mount Joliet Lodge, of Free Masons, will take place in public, at the niversalut Church, in lb8 VlJlaTB. nn Thunday the 13th day of January inst., at 64 o'clock. P. M.. at which tim address, is expected from a Brother. All our neighboring brethren, are affection, ataly invited to join us in the ceremonies ot the occasion. The public generally are respectfully solicited to attend and hear our principles of association illuttrateoV URl OSGOOD, Sec'y. Joliet, January 3d, 1848. ; . NOWHERE. SPOKEN AGAINST. - 03-Diffm ncet of opinion exist in tho world pearly,if not on all subjectsjall cannot be induced to think, feel, or act nlik-, nor is U desirable that in everything the veiwn of bll cunnot be alike ; doubtless however, it would be better if on ome subjects no difference did exist. But however much people may diffci on other 8ubjects,we believe there is but ono opinion expiessed by all who have used "Winer's Arcanum Ex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 4 January 1848

Tbii Is fa subject of great importance. In -refer' that s'ock of ail kinds may be - constant access to par water ; and it possible, they should ba supplied H'lth wati ia the barn yard, as much manure Is wasted, besides animals, being likely to accidents, in coins at a distance for wa ter.. When it is near, animals will drink often, but when at a distance they often -4J9':i5n.?Ht and suffer in consequence, and to the disadvantage of the owner, too; for no animal can be profitable without VW3'68 to its growth, health, and productiveness. Even sheep, that some fTFler in can use snow and ice as a Substitute for water, will drink frequently tvherf water is near. ' ' ' ' ' When animals have constant access to water, they usually drink a little and diink often,;butr when not properly supplied they will often injure themselves by drinking to excess. ---- ;- . Some farmers have prepared" water wo.rks.so.as.to have a constant supply of good water in the barn yard, at an expense of some 25, 50...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 January 1848

-.UAH013. TMItlOt ! '"' :'7 Vt V L T; ;n - J; XV. AM gr. ;'IS J -'.VM-M i .Pi HI .8 3T V 52 " r 3 T. -"i i. c ? vr r::f;- 77 7:: ' 7: .:; H In-1 ',., i , it; - f : i l' ..:,.! : ) 'v ! -'i l m ..- II ' . 1 - . . i :- v " .';;; nf-t - t yr; ..-.!.,--? . BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JQEIET, ILLINOIS,1 JANUARY n; igg .y il!.'- .jo ",;,::;;;dv v v"; JOLIET SIGNAL. . h. Is ? published every Tuesday , morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, IU. ; , ; c 3 Tjerms.-tTwo Dollars per annum payi able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. ' j "-ri '.Urates of 'advertising.' ,; ' One Square, (12 linea or less,) one insertion, ? . . 4 ('.! . " ! j Each additional ' ;f! insertion, " J 0 25 i 3 50 5 6 months, 12 months, , .. .Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless, accompanied by the cash s.or. 'some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. v:-05rAU letters addres'sed to the editors , mus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 January 1848

n53!i v"; Fkm the Ktatucky Yeoman. CoK.R, 3J. IcIlEsoa'i Opinion. On Wedeqsday Iftst,, this veteran hero and patriot, being undeterred bj the snow storm, oiade a, business visit to our town, end during hi stay dropped in, to see . us. "We took the opportunity of calling the old hero out upon the subject of the war. and the political issue growing out of it. With all the energy and animation which characterise his conversation, when the honor of his country i& involved, - he declared his opinion, th&t the war on our part whh Mexico w. unavoidable. He said that the last wp.r wtih Great Britain, although justified by many outrages on her part, could have been avoided with honor, though I e causes being amply sufficient for the declaration, he had voted for thai M ar. and to prove his sincerity as to its jus.iee, immediately left his seat in Con. gress, and entered the field with others of his countrymen. But ho declared this war could not .have been avoided with...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 January 1848

-intendsat frr the efficient mean bo hai used and tbs aid ha has rendered to tie. tata the educational interests of this coun. Rriolred, That the members of this IsstiLute tender their thanks to the citizens of Lockpoxt, for their hospitality in enter. Uiniog teachers from abroad. Resolred, That the ed'.tors of both papers of this count, and of the North Wes. tern Educator, be requested to publish tat proceedings of this Institute. The Institute theu adjourned to meet cn the 1st Monda after the 1st Saturday in October nextat Wilmington. . . . S. W. STONE, Secy. Tkleghap h. We understand the Tel. grapn between this City and Milwaukee, it up and in working order so far as the wires are concerned. All that is wanting to complete it now are the batteries and registers, which we understand are also ready. Mr. O'Reilly proposes to erect his Tel. egraph from St. Louis to Chicago ria Al. ton, Jacksonville, Peoria, Pekin, Peru, Ottawa, Loekport and Joliet. He also proposes when completed to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 January 1848

r ' - i ; - ' . " l, - .--..rtn .I .WW .... -H - - s "Abstracts of Public Dacnmcnls. ft. 3 f! AfVt rti ill a l fr on i K ilia' t'rAflitAAtA naumcg Message. nn n It ?'1 PiOresron. V: UVfts'bingtoff CityMarcir 201847. Sib: '0n the evening,' of jour depart ure For Oregon, tVe President has instruc- ', I ? m f cJmnaaPicat.e to 1 you his view in regard to tha t territory, so that you may iiiasB mem Known to Us lnnabitants. He deem you a suitable agent for this purposed as you are now,; an officer of : the United States, haying Veen commissioned Deputy Postmaster at Astoria .; p ni A The President deeply regrets 'that .Con. -I'JVgress ditl not, -at their last session,' enact a law establishing a territorial government in Oregon. A bill for this purpose p issed, tk? iioue pt Representatives- on the ICth'-'bf Januitry list; by a Vote of 133 to 35. It laired in U9.SenArerAot, as J am firmly convinced, fromany ' want of disposition on the part of the majority" to He. provkfasr government for ...

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