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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 January 1848

. . i - ..... j i i . , . ; - 'I II.! M K V -1 T .T ! 7 Yt. -. " ; i , , f ' :: t f . " ' i.r -'V it 1, , .; . i - -.liii, ?. . lit -1 i ; BY C. Si C. ZARLEY. 4 t JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JANUARY 18, 1848. 1 VOLUME 5, ; NUMBEU r: 3ti;J -r- i iv w . II 'vi i i . i i. i, f ; .... i ii i m r - ' ' ' - , ' ' - ' . ' ' 1 1 ' ' ' ' J . i ; - s! '7(1 THE JOLIET SIGNAL. ' Ib published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-6tJreet, Joliet, 111. Terms. Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or less,) on insertion. $1 ' " Each additional , insertion, 0 25 3 50 5 3 . 6 months, " 12 monthd, Ordinary business cards per ann. No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. C"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not reeive attention. EllJSIIVESfc DIRECTORY. ! OF ALL...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 January 1848

s v ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. Louisville, Ja3K 5, The Caledonia has arrived at Boston, Imngiffg dates from Liverpool to the 18ch December, fa v Theff British Parliament had been occupied principally t since ( the opening of the session with the affairs of Ireland. Within the last fortnight the British Island's" had been 'visited with a succession of .tremendous gales, causing the most appalling loss of life and property along the coast. " ' The affairs of Spain were in a tolerably tranquil state, although the Carlisls continued their, agitations. In the Cortes a fierce attack had been made upon the Ad. ministration. , .r From France there is no intelligence of importance. The health of Louis Phillippe Wa very feeble. . The Agrarian disturbances in Ireland had some what subsided. Father Mathew, it is announced, will proceed to America in the New World steamer, early in April next. Louisville, Jan. 5, 9 P AI. In consequence of the telegraph between Philadelphia and Pittsburg being eng...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 January 1848

XL lilrlietk : Congress?: Monday, Jan. 8. SiyATB. A. bill providing for the clotn. tog of Volunteers was read a third time and pissed. A bill to raise ten new regimeats, vhich was laid orer on Friday, being the Beit in order, was taken up. Mr. Cass was in favor of the immedU atB passage of the bill. Mr.1 Crittenden moved to postpone it until after action should have been taken upon ' Mr. Calhoun's resolutions; which motion called forth an animated debate. The bill was finally laid over until Wednesday, when the Sonata adjourned. . House. A resolution was submitted by Mr. Hudson, of Mass., advancing the withdrawal of the troops from Mexico, and relinquishing all claims for indemnity, and providing for a convention to settie the old claims. A motion to lay it on the table was negatived by a vote of 54 to 125; and the resolution was finally killed by a vote of 41 to 137. Mr. Houston, of Delaware, pursuant to notice, introduced a joint resolution of thanks to Gen. Taylor, his officers a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 January 1848

mm SERMON. BY SOW, JB.. On Modern Gentlemen. TExr.-Wbom do we dub as gentlemen? The knave, the fool, the brute If the but own full tithe of gold,", ' -Ia! Arid wear a costly suit. ;.. , ; J: -,;Mr Heaeeh3 when we come to sort out the vast heap belonging to the h creation, we find that three seperate and distinct piles are necessary to'be made viz. one for the common rubbish, ' of loafers; another, for the spuriou gentlemen,; man ufactered by tailors; and another for . the real Simon Pure gentlemen', wrought Trom heaven's best material by the all skilful hand of Omnipotence. This last heap ' is always a great deal smaller than the oth. er two, but when placed in the scale of real worth they, will weigh down five hundred just like them; and it is upon this irincjpie alone that a pound of . lead is leavier than a pound of feathers. The drunken good-for-nothing loafers are no gentlemen at all, any how you can fix it; and those who are tinkered up of broadcloth, buckram, linger rings.saf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 January 1848

J bam ..q , V, r " r " ' " " ' ' ' ! m-iL ii:;.-' j ; .f v- .rU UsU!n i.-; '.aviciiJV -stroll .1 rlt'-1: , i' t ' BVC it C. ZARLEY. . THE . JOLIET SIGNAL. r Is published evety Tue& Jay morniog 'oa Chicago-etreel Joliet, 111. . . . Terms. Two Dollars pef annum payable in advance, or 82,50 ifr payment is delayed until the end of the year; ' ' ' BATES OP ADVEBTlSIJfG. tQne Square, (12 linei .or leis,) ? . ,on insertion, .... ' . Each additional insertion, I025;' 6 months, 3 50 1 , . 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 " 14. ' l . 'IK it. eauoriioecoming responsiuie jor iiie same. .' CrAU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they .will not re ,6176 attention. 1 BUSSESft DR2iTOKY, 1 : OF ALL. KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF , t New Cabinet Sliop. Every variety ofCnbiurt Furniture, .Uanufae l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 January 1848

was produced by aggression against the ITlllfprl fit--. 1. 1. would dishonor i with other nations, wmM mnn if iiukiuo iuiuil declare the war to b umuaf. nn. 1 ... wm- a u PWB ourselves robber, and- bring ro ( fi "imuumaariDg tbe-conclution ofMr. Johnson's speech, j useof-Representatives, the de bate on the southern mail resolution. wat continued and the y Were laid on . the la rx - I . rrn ''t. ir r r ' rr? id l j iuo i cici khcci ui me J"9"? Parts of the President, message, wa,kie'ated and tho veto discussed. ' V AsniyoToN, Jan. 1, 10;i.2 p.M. ; Iir the Senate; to-dayr numerous memorials and petitions were presented, , TheJPresident of the Senate presented ' a communfcation from 'the, War Departinent, m-relatiorr toa' bill , providing for - the temporary increase of the . staff of the rmy..;-.i;J v;;.' ; . Mr. Houston gave notice of his inten. tion to introduce, a bill U repeal the act consenting tMhe cession of Alexandria to the State of Virginia. I: ; 3 A .replution was passed ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 January 1848

t " TELEGRAPH DISPATCHES 7 , .. , ; Washington, Jaw. 11, Gsn Kearaey nd Col. BeatonGen. Kt&rnej has publiihed a card in th paEers or this city in which ho declars Col. eatonV assertion,' Jof haying frowned him down in Court, false, : and that be will prore it, and defend himself from aspersions east upon his churacter. Mr. Clay is to preside orer the meeting which is to be held in this city on the 18th, at which time ha will address the meeting. ' ' Mr. Clay is enjoying the hospitality of ir. uaies.ottae National Intelligencer, The rumor of the recall of Gen, Scott, from the head of the army in Mexico, is coubted, upon good authority. ' , Mr. Trist is to return homo soon. ( He had not moved from Mexico at our last accounts -lata in December.) . ' Mr. Webster1 will speak upon the war question, and will follow Rererdy John ion;";.; ... : : . s Cincinnati, Jan. 11. . T mr . r - XXOMINATIOIT OF ITIK. lASS FOK THK rention which convened at Columbus, on Saturday last formally ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 25 January 1848

The Mistoarl Birer. Th following graphic description of Missouri river, irom wuero ua.uu.jia tributarler-emerge from the Rocky Mountains to iti junction with tLo Miati iisippi, 10 'from SAiur pictorial de scrip. lion oi wmouri: : l.., . 1 - -i 1 "ft' "At ib distance of about ope hundred and eighty m ilea from .its junction- or of ieur Hundred - and fatty. mile from tbe aource of the JefFerton branch the rirer escape amen; the Rocky Mountaiav.and Jooaat&a:characerf wbicb, till ahortly previous ii caa oorne turougnout, . oia foaming torrent. The otjU.vhich it emerges, is remarkable tor the "sublimity of it aoenery;'For niarfyiii miles, pre. eipitou9;ma3seiof rockrisef perpendicular ly from the water's edge, to. the height of nearly WeTve' hundred feet '4They ' are composed,' says tbe official narrative of Lewis and Clark, 'of a black granite near its baef but iromits ligkter color above,and from fTts ligajnents, we suppose, the upper part to be flints of a yellowish brown ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 1 February 1848

i V. i -l . t k JL J PVv- JUL. HH Al 7 (V r - i 0 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. Hit: - . JOLIET SIGNAL. Is published every Tuesday mornirg on Chicago-street, JoILet, 111. Terms. Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVEBTISING. One Square, (12 line! or lets,) one insertion. $1, Each additional insertion, 0 25 " 6 months, t 12 month. 3 50 5 3 Ordinary business cards per ann. No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. OCT All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re. eive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. OP ALL KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF New Cabinet ihop. E7 variety of Cabinet Furniture, Alanufac lured, and constantly kept on hand by M. IVORTHlXGHAM, OTTAWA S REET, NEARLY WEST OF THE WASHINGTON HOTKL. JB. A. H. LARNED, M. D. " Office, at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 1 February 1848

" From the Washington Union. i acts n?nint irhiir Pp..-.finw. . When ihe tariff of 1846 was established by the democratic Dartv in Cono-r.Bo among other great interests which it was to involve in ruin, according to th of federalism, was the coal interest of rennsyjania. I he catastrophe was to be accomplished through the instrumentaJity of large importations of Pietou and Liverpool coal : for whirl, it -u a he ww tanff had ened the m f "VV T.wlM'- "c18 however, put ".6i iuis croamng prediction, as they have put to flight all others which have won put forth by the same prophets of u'n. It appears br the eturns of the iraue, puoiisfted in the Philadelphia yvmmerctal L,tst of January 8th, that the entire quantity of foreign coal imported into the United States in 1947, under the tariff of 1846, was 143,021 tons. Whole quantify imported in 1846, under tie tariff' of 1842, was 156,655 tons Thus it appears that, under tho whiff tariffof 1842, there were over 8,000 tons of foreign coal imp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 1 February 1848

lite Frca Oregon. Philadelphia, Jan. 17. uj the arrival of a whaleship at New Bedford, Oregon dates of the 24th of June have been received. The news is not of verj great importance. An election for Governor was held on the 12th of Maj, which resulted ia the xa.election oi Abernethj.. A party of nineteen men had left for the U. S. bj the Southern route. The people had suffered seriously from Indian disturbances, several of which had recently occurred. There had been no rain for several months' from want of which, the crops were very backward, and the yield would, undoubtedly, be very small. The Washington correspondent of the Tribune gives the following version of Gen. bcott under date of the 17th. A new rumor to night. Gen. Scott is absolutely and peremptorily recalled from the command of the army. He is not even to be dignified with the trial which wan intended fo him at Perote under Gen. Towfon. le is commanded home, and Gen. O. W. Butler of Kentucky a rolunteer Genera in the Army...

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

J 4 i x From the Western Continent. J5ECT WILSGTS COURTSHIP. BY HAJOB JOS. JONES, OF PINJ5VILLE. "Oh, bow, Becky, do tell us all about it?" $e the galls. ' Beck hadn't been married more'n a month, and hada't got oyer her bashfulnets yet. . " "Boulwhat?" sea she. -"Why, bout your courtship," ses the '"Shaw," eea she, turning away her head and blushin dregful; "you better tell your own .courtships yourselves, I reckon." : . : . - - "Yes, but none of us ever bad any bows, Becky, and you's a married woman. Come, now, do tell us all about it. I do love to bear about courtin so much," ses Betgy Bowers. , Oh, yes, Becky, do tell us." "Well," ses Becky, niter a great deal of blushin and twistin about, "I'll tell you all bow it was, if that'll satisfy you." "Well, now," ses the galls, all gettin round her so they could hear good. . "Well," ees Becky, putting a emphasis on bout every other word, "John, he, cum to ower house to see me," she ses, turnin away hrr hed and kind o' lookin down side...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 February 1848

- c.s-.v.-...;. . i ;.a lm-! hN;! v- ; ,,'.; f Ay X :'" W'r'-i T 4 ' ll t 1- - 1' '. .V-"' v il Cj Ci. i V. 13 rt1 I .1 "i : 1 1 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. i L : .- THE . JOLIET SIGNAL, Is published every Tuesday mo'rning yn Chicago-street, 'Met, 111.. " " 'Tbrms- Two Dollars perannuni payr "able in advance, or 82,56 if payment is xlelayeduntil the end of the year. t I . ..I,.' . ' BATES OF ADVERTISING. 4)pne Square, (12 line or leas,) tme insertion. t, .-,. . - . Each additional Q .v , insertion, ''.' ' . 25 ' . ' " 6 months, 3 50 V.,: viTnonths, 5, 15rdinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be1 inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash Sor some person personally known to' the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. , i Ci?" All letters addressed to the editors must bo Post-paid, or they will not re.teive attention. . ., . .ofr'ALL KIHD8 EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH i AT.THE OFFICE OF : ; New Cabinet Shop. Every Triety of Cabi'-M FurniVute, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 February 1848

From the ssiate Re&ister. "lid acd Comforts Our. readers may find, in our Mexican new, an extract from a Icltei from ihe correspondent of the New Orleans Delta. m nrcn be complains of Messrs. Clay and W tBsTEir, in particular, and other J big- leader in general, for their course sn relation to the war. These compjalnts and denunciation have, during the last two icars, been poured in nnnn every jjuaMeLii.e.theatre.hosliiities, F V" ne aIost united testimony or all ofr ohrave soldiersprivntes- as we1 as officers of both political parties, ..that they, have suffered nearly ai much ,rom lh,eltfe8 l jibe Mexicans in this country- the whig press and whig orators as fio'rn the Mexicans themselves. Their editorials ayd speeches have been snapped Up witK great vidityanr published in ail the Mexican 'paper.. CohwinV "great speech' in which he 'told the Mexicans that their honor and. duty required , them ' to meet Geni Taylor and his band of ful. lowers "with bloody Ijands and hosp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 February 1848

- , St ( 4 1 I 0 it i ? ; . FE031 MEXICO.., i . The eteamsKip New Orleans left 'Vers Cruz on the 4tb Inst,. The news' of the attack on CoU Miller train ia confirmed.! The property lost belonged principal) fo foreign merchant.- The - Spanish and French; recovered part of their effects by pajmg roundly , lor them; , but no coinpromise could be made by the English or American merchants. Gen. Twiggs will assets damages on Orizaba, and enforce the demand.,, ..Gen Scott .has, issued an order for the collection- of about $3,000,.! 000 from Mexican States. ' Padre Jarau. ta is in the neighborhood of the capital with about 800 men but -our dragoons' are in pursuit of him. A rumor of the destruction of Col. Wilson's command pre'vailed, but was not credited. It ha l gone ; to Real del Monte. At Qileretaro, on the 28th it was thought a quorum of members would assemble, and arbitration be asked, instead of 'sending commissioners to Wash; ington. There was less talk there of u pronunciamento, but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 8 February 1848

A-5pcicof Irish Cowardice, or rrgcV . a-CJL OTonner's Feats. ; Sever -of the rEngiish prossliaylhg charged Fergus O'Connor, the leader) of the ."English. Chartists,' with cowardice, tbfobwing s his reply at a recent meet- - lag held in Manchester. Mr. O'Conner, it is known, it now -a member ofParli. nvnt: - , lWyer there is tabtW'-chargef&d rheipoua ionthe.charge or cowardice.' When danger was thickest, I was Nearest at hand. DM I run -away frorn Binning rfi.VHoi "AVhen nirfe VufHahs' Jay .upon T ;?" :irt the Tbwhhall; -and 'aivc-rb-WU: shouldn't address, the. meeting! and nsUed for a rope to hang me, extricated rrtyself, sftigio handed, jumped over jhe .Mayor's ad who was in the Chair addrpsedltbTa rneetTrieii tbe'princi f'oa of Charlism-.-( Loud cbcT8, antl cries f 'yes you diO)- Was , lhaf r"inning MiwAy? When tho Tories hired their fMueJanqta'ttt ;NqUingham.to.murderme, i i wounded thjrty.niner.at least the v swore to it before the magistrates ; and I drove twenty .e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 February 1848

,dyc.&C;zaleY: ,:: , . JOLIET lLLINQIsFEBIiUARY 151848; : VOtOM ' t 4 . : ' THE; r- JOLIET SIGNAL. "Is 'published every - Tuesday morning on Chicago-etreel, oliet. III.-Ter3I8.-',wo Dollars per annum payable in advance; or $2,50 if payment is 'delayed until the end of the year. ' ' -' HATES OF ADVERTISING. ; One Square, (12 line or less,) ? oho : insertion, ; i ':. ..v.. $1, . M r'- ; Each; additional n 0 insertion, ; . i -' 6 months, - .3 50 ?..;. ,;. 12 months, ..jX .' 5r.'; Ordinary business cardsperann.; 3 ? No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or souie person personally , known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. 03 All 'letters' addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, qt they will not reeve, attention.. V" ' . .' ;,: - - BTOIIVESS DXR3:CTORY. v j. OP'ALL KINDS'-.- 1. EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT TiIE OFFICE OF .3 f i ; New Cabinet Shop, v Erery variety of Cabl-ft-Farniture, Alanufac, tured, and c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 February 1848

i r . ' lelrni Ku . .v leutporarj excitement or prejudice, which, when passed away, must "" vou wnk still deeper in the mire of your political sins. Yes, sir, under Mr. Polk's adrainistra. lion the column of democracy has. been completed, Based upon truth, crowned with rictory, inscribed with 'equal rights ' "free trade," "cheap lands," "constitu tional treasury" "hard monay and the ,uu7ru fmarcn Uberty," it will ever stand an imperishable monument of the pueb.,t8 4rCb,,eCt aDd th gofth, e e ft I if lt..l .iniX C T bave our opponents been x-oing in the meantime ? Without recurug to the past, I will speak onlv of the present. We know you have voted that i'iex co commenced the present war by Ier aggressions. . We know you have voted to place the army and navy of the Lnited Slates 50,000 volunteers and 610,000,000 at the disposal of the Pres. ident, to wage this war on our part. And we know that you have now turned round nud voted that this same war was not commenced by Mexico, but unn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 February 1848

i - 'I it I 'j M F St i tater from Ulexirii; t D0bl teamer Hannibal arrived from New Orleans about two o'clock this morning, bringing up papers to the 26th ult. We take the following frofal the New vrticuus mercury : !eamsiP Fdnni, Cap. Scott, a. med this morning from Brazos, which she left on the 20th. We hriv ih ir. amoras Flag" of the 15th, but it contains oo news of importance. Fort Brown is ue scribed as having much improved in appearance and strength, in the last two ormree montns, during which time Lieut Token of the 2d Artillery, who is in com rhand there, has kept the prisoners of his command, and all of those of the 10th Regiment, employed at work on it. A line of first class steamboats to run regularlj between the Brazoa and Camargo has been established. The arrangement is stated to be a permanent one. By an arrival at the Brazos, the editor of the "Flag" had news from Vera Cruz to the 3d inst. We refer to it, as giving some confirmation to the reports here'in refer nre t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 15 February 1848

i : 1' ' i " - .-' t t .. From the Richmond (Virginia) Whi.;. r. Bring Home the tDead.'.'- V; TVa apeak cfGJoryVand forget, f ! Amid tha glare it ahed around, i .- That with each step brave men have met Th soldier's fate on battle ground. : -We .crown the Jivjog with applauserAnd hail them as the nation's" shield. We cheer the living them we;pauee And give the vkav the battlefield! . Upon the plainnow calm and stilly Perchance wild floweYs bloom around And waving grass and, sparkling rill r " Uut little spealf3'of battleground, ? Yet, martial hosts' met on that plain ' And rapidly their cannon pealed ; lhc living cheer their homes again The dead lie 'neath that battle field! Yes, there 'forever, veiled from-sight,"--Co moro to hear the trumpets sound, Lie those who bravely led the fight, .And chiefly wen the battle-ground. ivl m their hom3s nw fad and drear, What can soothe anguish there revealed? A nation sjoy, when forms so dear, : Lie mouldering vn the battlefield? : AwMAdABdlet-...

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