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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 2 May 1848

ni Sill j i'! I ,-5.;i:-i V ; . ; I j lit I n " fi' .''. .: ,i ! l w l - ! - .Cvl;. .7;itT . . ' ) v ''.'::4 ' fs'.vUi -.4.' i:ivt'AMif .a-r i.i-vi'-b . iF-,; v ';. .,. . ' ..' ,..',..: i J : ' - a'. G - n.: C'.i? J is; ii ' ' BY C. & C.ZARLEY. ; ; ; ' v - - - - , ; ' - : ,t.iv the JOLIET SIGNAL. 'Ia puDlieLod e'Vefj .'1 "uesday 1 morning on CMoago-flteef, Jollet, fll. , j Teb3I8. Two Dollars per annum 'pay able in adrance'; or $2,50 if paymen 1 1 delayed until the end of the year. e ; sates of advebtisxno. One' Square, (12 llnea' or leia.) oae- inseition,' ' : ' :' ' ' igi, ' 1 f -'' 4 Each additional A lt - insettion, j 025 ' 6 months, 3fl0 ;lmonthV: . ' 5 , Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 , f 1 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the ' editorsbecomirig responsible for the same. '"O.ill letters addressed to the editor must be Post-paid, or they will not re el attention. , . ,' ' 'i. . .EXECUTED W...

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 May 1848

f roirt tf I'hicsRff Democrat. ARRIVAL OF THE ACADIA. Five Day later from Enrbpc. Nkw York. April 24. 3 P.M. The steamer Acadia arrived !at night, Winging ? d.ys later news. The commotion on' the; continent Yn creates. Tti irmrr nf Sar1 inia .!!. On n has made w ar on Austria invuig Lorn bardy. The Austrians wprj driven before him, from Parma, and Rreci'a. It is sup poed that all Austrian De overflJD a& Savoy declared a Tepublic. i : Switzerland remained strictly neutral. Russia u liltelj to quarrel with Den mailt fo? Poland. Russia was making vigorr-us preparations to retain Poland je hajj ordered every man, bet ween 18 and 35 to bo removed from RussUn Po land to the interior, of Russia. She U concentrating largo armies iu Southern Russia. In Belgium all attempts at revolution have fai!ed. .-'.. Violent disturbances hod taken place I i wauna zof people and soldiers fought all nieht, and many were killed Queen Christiana it is said ran away, and the city was declared in a state ...

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 May 1848

on, Hayes, Campbell of Jo Davieis, Djer, Noel and Galloway said committee. Resolved, That in order to facilitate the business of this convention, and render justice to all concerned, that the following order of business be adopted: 1st. Receive and Act on the report of ico committee on rrouea and tlec ions. 2d. Nominate a candidate fur governor. 3d. lieutenant governor. 4th. ' ; V'setarof state. , 5lh., .... ' V auditor. J , ", 6tb. V ' i m treasurer. k 7 th. Receive the reports of the several committee on nomination! of electors. 5th; Nominate Vseven electors and delegates. vv . -' . . ... ... Olh; Nominate, Wo Selectors and two delegates at large. , : v , , Mr Campbell, from the committee on Proxies, reported as follows, which was adopted: - -' The committee to whom was referred the atibjert of proxies, beg leave to re commended to the convention the adoption of the following resolutions: Resolved, That no county shall be al lowed a representation in this convention unless the del...

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 May 1848

j n ,,fcSIioir Your Ticket.' t I L LIUILROXD SKETCI.V BYSOLITAIBX. Op the cart. between Albany and Buf falo tlie conductor are frequently cbaui' ed. during a siode trioland I III one takes charge, be announce!, himself : in omoe uy toe exclamation 'rfhow your ticketsi" , , f. On a night trip, recently,' a testy old Yankee was one of the passenger-, and having exhibited bis ticket to the first conductor, he carefully placed if in' a veil. worn pocket book, buttoned it up in the breast pocket of his coat, pulled his hat tightly on his head, and, folding his arms, resigned himself to the care , ol Morpheus. His nal organ had scarce-' ly proclaimed bun in dream-land, before another conductor came alon with "Show your tickets!" The- old Yankee awoke with a snort, and having been mad coubcious what was wanted, he ex "claimed - , "I reckon you don't want tew be seein it all the time, dew you?' "Once will do me, sir," says the con. ductor. "VVftU, you have seen it that offin," re. plied th ...

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 May 1848

. ... ... ;. ,' . J ' . ' - '. .wuur ... - -rt -"-- , . - A, v f " :'" b,i,,";) j ..iv) J.s-5j-p5Slr Visa vl uUhnroUl II it l II II .11 . .1 1 j I jiI , . .-. ..TZ i -v Ni-Tr - I'-.'? i '.! M A , ' I f I I II ! ' I I I ' I ' V I I V tPif,. - - i. -H.'-J V ' I II -mm ' I : I ist ill V (. ,11 !! '" ' Sk. a i . M ; ' i : . . ' ...... ...... BY C. & C ZAnr rv 1 9 . f .. SHE JOLIET SIGNAL. rIs- publlalied every Tuesday morning on Chloago-fltieefJollet, 111. : ' TEBM8.Ttrd Dollars peannum pay able in advance, of 62.Q0 if paymen us delayed until tbe end of the year. ; BATBd OF ADVEBTI8XNO. One Square, (12 lines or lese,) ' one insertion. " Each additional insertion 0 25 3 90 5 . 3 " 6 montns, M 1 months. Ordinary business cards per ana. ' No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unlessaccompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editoribecoming responsible for the same. 03r"All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re-ei-ve atten...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 May 1848

eonseientious adherence to the 'conveo tioa system ; that we believe it to be ab. solutely essential to the harmonious ae tion, the perfect . organization an perma nent success of the democratic party,both state and national, and that we- have good right to question the democracy as well as discernment of any man or set of men who would ittamnl Aitha In imnoir it a usefulness, bring it into disrepute, or per-1 Ten 11 10 laeuous or unrtgbteous end. Resolved, that the democratic candi. dates for electors are expected to advocate before the people the principles of the democratic party, as recognized by this convention. 3 Resolved, that our delegates in the Bal timore convention be and tbey are hereby instructed to aol in that body as an unit, and to cast their voles on every question as a majority of said delegates may igree. Resolved, that we unqualifiedly and nnanimously approva all the nominations and selections which have been made by this convention ; that we have entire confiden...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 May 1848

titw Bexlco. A company of traders arrived at Kan sas from SantaFe a few days since, bring. Ing dates to the 18th of March. A short Ume before the left, there were arrivals from El Passo, Taos and Los Vegas. Major Walker and Cajt. Skilman with their commands left El Passo on the 25th February, and Gen. Price on the first March. Col. Easton's ba.talion was left t El Passo. Gen. Price anticipated no resistance at Chihuahua. In consequence of ill-health, Col. Ralls on, the 16th January, resigned his com mand to Lt. Col. Lane. Of course, the rumored defeat was erroneous. It p-ob ably grew out of another rumor that Gen. Urrea was marching on 1 Passo at the kead of 4,000 men. This latter rumor created quite an ex citement at El Passo. Orders were sent to Col. Easton and Maj. Walker to hasten forward their troops the streets Jeading to the Plaza were blocked up by strong walls and everything prepared for battle. But Urrea was not to be found in that direction. Lieuts. Mullowney and Hepburn,...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 9 May 1848

y . : From the St. Louis Reveille.,- j ;tth. Scrnggins' Advice to a lonng Maiu "You're gUting old enough to- think feboui ib6 feminities, you are Jndeed,"said Mm. Soruggins, ia a -.verj 'confidential and motherly tone, to a young man! of her acquaintance.4' I want to give ybii some advioe about how you should do in-rnixen with 'em. Uetvreen you and me, (you needn't tell it t0 Jherbparder with the green specs," howsomeveir) I'm a middle aged.womin, and have seed 'a1 thihor iwo inmjtime; some things that was ! Bwu, auu surao ining3 as warn't. i I've eed wimia that I would light on. if I was a young man, as dear gone Mr.Scruggins used to say, .Uke grim death bn'a'deceas. cd Afno.ari 'and then'agin; I've seed some Id jist as leave touch as as a reptile. I would advise you, if you begin to feel any.ways queer about any particu. lar femminejiet happen in some morning afore breakfast, and, if jou ee her hair done up slick, her face washed iclean.and fcerdress hooked up all the way behind, ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 May 1848

. J ' f ' I J I- & C.ZARLEY. ; JOLIET SIGNAL. published every J uesday morning n Chloago-stteet, Joliet. 111. i Taax s. Two Doll.ir perannum pay. able in advance, of 02 0 if paymen ls .delayer! until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVI BTZSirr . . One Square, (12 lines or leu,) v one insertion, 01, , " " Each additional ) , Insertion, ' 1 " 6 months, 3 80 " " 1 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. . Clll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re attention C0Q S3 2213213 3 p or ALT. KINDS EXECUTED WITH N-UN-55 AND DISPATCH AT TIE OFFICE OF OSGOOD & LIT t LB. Attorneys and Couuaellora aM,w and Solicit ore in wiutpeery Jo'ict, tl. Office on Chicagu tract, nearly oppoiite tha Clerk's Offioe. . - Ull (UflOOD. W. K. IjITTLC r ELISHA C. FELLOWS, ATTOaNBY & COt7NtELZ,oq AC XiAW, And S...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 May 1848

the dominion of men. wWa ihii fx- iv islatioa baa been sharpened by twenty years of exclusion from power. With numerous other quackeries the distribution scheme has "gone the way of all the earth," and been buried among the rubbish of the past. Ia addition to the national contest, we are to have In our own state, an election whose result will decide the destiny'ot II Jnofs (or an7 "fear9.10 come. Haying just adopted a new constitution which the people have decided superior to the old one, and better fitted to develop e the re sources and advanoo the into rests of the state, we 'are now about to organize the government whose'duty jt will be to car ry out its, provisions. Standing, as Illi nois does, among the foremost, if not the very first in military reputation, it should be our aim to elevate her in the civil scale also. With such a constitution as we no w have, this is not only possible, but without difficulty, so long as the ship is under the guidance of democratic pilots. But, ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 May 1848

name frcmthe canVas. -xrhotivnr mv h th nominee of ;.lha7 natioal eopTentioa, ehher oftha whig 6t ,demooratic part. Thirdly--l hare never stated to any that I vas isi favor of the tariff of '46 of the Sub.Treasyrj, nor that I originated Che war with Mexico. ' Nor finally, that I hould (if elected) select ray cabinet from both parties. No such admission or statements were made by me, at any time, to any person. Permit me, nowever, to add that' should such high distinction be conferred upon me as that of elevation to the Executive office, the constitution in a strict and hon est interpretation, and in the spirli and mode in which it was acted upon by our earljr Presidents.would be my chief guide. In this, I conceive to be all that is neoes 8ary in the way of pledges. ,The election of another canditate would cause no mortification to me. but to such a result, as the will of the people, I should willingly and calmly submit. As I have had no ambition to serve, but in the de sire to serve...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 16 May 1848

tjWIca Spcctacla YoleanoD at the Sand V, wieh Iilaods. Then the corrent of fire Drec.Ditated it. elf into the ocean, the sc?ne assumed a character of terrific and terrible grandeur, mi :u-l CJ-.. .; m us luagmucBDuu uj uceiruciiou was dot. er more perceptibly displayed than when these antagonistic elements met iu dead r strife. 1 bermiabtiest of earth' miv. axines of fire poured forth its burning oil. Jowe to meet the mightiest of oceans. for two score m (es it came, rolling, tum bling, swelling forward, an awful airent oi aeaio. uocks melted like wax in its path ; the Terj hills were lifted from their primeval beds, and sank beneath its tide, or wereborne onward fojr its wares ; the trorks of man were to it but as a scroll in the flames ; natura shriveled and trembled before the irresistible foe. Imagine Ni agara'g stream aboe the brink of its fall, with its dashing, tossing, and edding rap. ids, madlj. raging, and hurrying on to their plunge, instantaneous! converted into fire, a ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 May 1848

V, 1 i 4. I, J it t iBY C Si C. ZAM.EY. .- the . JOLIET SIGNAL. ? la published vey Tuesday motnir)g on Cblcago-etteel, Joliet. 111. . ' vEBM9' r'KV0 Nar peannum pay. able In advance, o 82,80 Ifpaymen lis delayed until the end of the year. V . ; BATBi OF ADVHOTHIKO. One Square, (12 lines or lets,) ' ' one Insertion, $1, " ' " Each additional . . insertion, ft mnfiffka. 0 25 300 5 "'- " 1 month , 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 V ' editorsbecomins responsible for the same. vtah ieuers addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re elve attention. UiU f .... , . Z3fJSHlVE8 DIRE C 1QRY. OF ALXt KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATN583 AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF OSUOOl) & LITTLK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solicit ors in Chancery Joiiet,tli, Office on Chicago street, nearly opposite the Clerk's Offioe. Uai Osgood. W. K. LiTTi.i f ELISHA C. FELLOW...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 May 1848

JOLIET SIGNAL. JOEIET.ILL. QUCOAlTa MAY 23,13JLfl. Democratic Ticket. ' BEGULAB NOMINATION. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. 'ME HoLLISTB, FeKBIS FoBMAN, S S Hayes, Lewis W Rosa, Wm. Maetin, C Lansing. Julius Manning, W J Febguson, II M Vanpevekb, For Governor AUGUSTUS C. FfilEJYCII. For Lt. Governor WILLIAM McMURTRY. Secretary State II. S. COOLEY. Auditor THOMAS H. CAMPBELL. Treasurer MILTON CARPENTER. Gen. Scott 'and the War Department. We observe that the whig pre93 Is pub lishing (ha lato attack of Gen. Scott upon the War Department, without publishing the replj of Secretary Marcy. This at tempt of the Whigs, to Jceep the truth from the public eye, is but in keeping with their former course. Id this case, leaving the unfairness of giving but one side to the public, out of the question, they certainly an gain nothing by suppressing Mr. Mar cy'a dsfence, for the people will acquaint themselves with the arguments. We re gret that the great length of Gen. Scott's and Mr. Marcy's letters 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. — 23 May 1848

1 "SreilH In Yntnten . Tha keart bleeds at the following reel, lal of atrocities which have been commit, ted i that distracted country. It ia fur alihed by Don Justo Sierra, the commis efoner'of Yucatan now in Washington a gentleman of education, and a nephew of a distinguished Mexican, who was for. tnerly driven from'hfs country on account cf his liberal principles,' took' refuge in Texas, whose destiny he shared,and whose revolution he promoted : Horrible atbocities committed by TUB Savages in Yucatan. -During the tisge of Valladolid, the savage Indians proposed that commissioners should be sent out to them to treat for peace. The parish priest of that city, a young eccle elastic of unblemished conduct and well known, piety, (Dr. Manuel Sierra de O' Rlelly,' a brother of Don Justo Sierra, the present commissioner of Yucatan atWash. lngton,)wa9 nominated for that purpose, together with the chief of police, and two ' other respectable citizens. Dr. Sierra had acquired, by his charit...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 23 May 1848

'Jars ' tot Iho Sittleu tke " Bile. We hare seen, in different papers, says la 8 Caarlsitott (Mass.) Freeman.several coramudicatlooa (eatiijtag to the efhcaoy of Dr. Lee s cure for the bite of rattle eoake, by the free use of aioobolic spirits. wiica was publisaso in thia paper soma cays ago. from one of them, which ap peared in tie Salem Register, we cake the following extraota : "A abort southern residence has ena .bled us to vcrityjtbd remedy, and add i Jew slignt bints upon the subject. The Mississippi Indiana, upon being bitten by eitaer me rattlesnake or moccasin, imrne iliatelj apply a poultice made of whiskey and gunpowder tu the wound, and remain quiet, drinking freely, however, of the epirit itself. The viras, thus, instead of penetrating the system, la brought to a pustule at the wound, and dually breaks a . ooes a bile, discharging the poison. The manner i.i which alcohol was found to be a cure for such bites is singu Jar. In the revolutionary war, a regiment of soldiers...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 May 1848

... l , ' i - . i BVC.& c. zarley. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, MAY 30, 1848. VniTriXTf n MIIMTIPD 'ftt ill . - " . - - Ca'. 7UES !'t: 7; JOLIET 8IGNAL. f la' published every Tuesday morning on CMcago-etree., Joliet. III. , -Thbx8. Two Dollars per annum pay able in advance, or 62,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OF ADVEOTXSXKG. One Squaie, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, " v Each additional insertion, ''" - " 6 months, " " 1 month , Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in thispaperunlessaccompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. CCrAll letters addressed to the editors" must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive Attention. BUSINESS : 1 ECTOOY. OP Alt BINOS Executed with neatness and dispatch AT THE OFFICE OF OSUOOD&, LlTfLli, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solicit ors in o'uancery Jo"iet,lii, Office on Chicago street, nearly opposite the Clerk's Office. v iJ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 May 1848

the free principles upon which our insti tutions are based. Retolved. That we recognize in JOHN WENT WORTH a firm and consistent advocate of the principles of the Demo cratic party, and as such we cannot with hold from him an expression ot our, re. spec! for his talents and labors; that in his decided.uncompromising opposition to the designs of the slavery propagandists of the south, alike unseduced by the blaq dishments of power and uuawed by the threats of . excommunication which have in turn been used by the organ of the ad ministration, to decoy or deter . him from duty, hn has won a just title to the confi dence and respect of his constituents. Resolved, That the effort to destroy him fcrthe firm and earnest support given by him to the truths of the democratic creed; on effort emanating fromWashiugton and ntteropted to be consumated by the .influ ence of the general government, renders it an imperative duly, which we cannot disregard, to stand by him in this crisis of his fortu...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 May 1848

down the river, the wind n"H tir! hAnim mttaran. nrl thA U'ron.K etoamo . nig soon In their midst, capturing eight out of the eleven, the Mason liarnej amoog them. , .,'-V''J " ; ;;-:' ,? ! 1 : - They were all brought back to their anchorage, save one English brig, which, baring been previously warned, and her papers endorsed, was ordered to Montevi. deo, and will 6hare the fato of the Eogligh brig Fame, and others. Each port of the Argentine territory is nov closely block, aded.and all attempts to evade the Freneh cruisers will be useless, with a 6teamer constantly prepared for the chase. There yet remain fifteen vessels loaded for ports in Europe, including those returned on theDth, all smaller than the Mason Bar ney. ; ' ' " ' - : 3 In this city all commerce is stopped, A retail trade only is doing. The coasters are all laid up. . Carts and horses ditto. But little produce comes from the interior, and many of the distant flocks, this sum mer, will go unshorn of their wool. Brazil...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 30 May 1848

Short Patent Sermon. BV DOW, j a. Mir Dear H BAUEK:--ir you were to 86k rao fur what purpose man was cre ated, I should say at once, he was created to oTe,erve and- obey his Maker,' and o all the good he can, without directly meddling with "the 'business "of others Vi dui gennt? rally speaking, be does not like to heireve but the chief end of mania to keep wbat he s got, and to get' what he can. ., , . I tbirrk, my hearers, that man - has madertnoney his chief end, whether he u designed for it or ho. Go where you will among the nations of the earth among the enlightened, civilized, savage, neamen oaibanan, unitarian, trinitarian, bibletaxian. nothiirarian.and rnnnrv ia th god bowed . doivn.to by all. Yea, my frjcuus, ii ia me general or universal god for the whole world. There is but one greater or more pVwerflil; but it makes me feel bad to say, that this greater One istnost shamefully flighted by the un hollowed attentions paid the other. - The difference is one U worshipped six d...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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