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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 6 June 1848

it publisboj every TucadajrVmormrg :cn Cblcttgd-ettfeel, J6!iet, Ill v . iTEi5i3.-i-Tvo Dollars per annum pay-1 able i a advance, or 62,50 if payment is del'aed Until the eiid of he year.' fu'"i "i I '' HJlXES OF ''iLDVEIITlSINO ' ' X)ne Squate, (12 lines or less,) ' :: 'v one insertion, -,-,.,. 5l " Each additional T .nAlr-M--iAy ' insertion, 1 , J 6 months, ' V 3 50 " -,:-: 1 inofltb ; 5 ,T ; Ordinary business cards per ann. ' 3 : " w No advertisements tvill be "inserted in tMspaperunlessaccompanied by the cash w some person personally known to the ie4itbrbeconiirig responsible for the same, t A.ll letters addressed to the editors' must be Post-paid or they will' not" re'feiva atfehtioow Lll'.lHtJMJlll. WIBUJUBI " .... .. . '.'oP.Alt, KINDS : EXECUTED, WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH .V," ;AT THE OFFICE OP,' . ft - . 1 ;;;.;. osuqou&.uTTLK, - i Alttaro'eys and Couusellori at Law and Solicitott in Chacery Jo'iet,lli,. Office on' Chicago Itrect, nearly ppoBite the Clerk's OfB...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 6 June 1848

ft military post there, aud lu fix upon ihe site for the same. Ibe chief of ihe. tribe was openly opposed to the United State, and in the pay of the British Government. In Consequence of this, they heaid the iu lention of Gov. Cass'wiib npjuwent ill will and broke up the council, with the most hostile feeling.,' On returning to their en campment,' I bey removed their women ' and children into Canada ; and having prepared themi-eUes lor I a: e, iaii c tbe British flag, as a token ot deti ance. Got. Cass had hut a small de ai h rhent of soldiers with him.. Unaccqmpa nied, except by his interpreter, he ad van ced'directly to the'lndiau encampment, and, with his own hands, pulled down the flag, and ordered the interpreter to infoim. the indians that "thev were wi. bin the jurisdiction of the United States- and that no ot her hag than their could he permitted to wave over it." . The moral influ ence nt this h. 1 j act bad the desired ef. feet: the Indians returned the next day to the cou...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 6 June 1848

iepcsii (bo safety of life and property, sd tho coatiaued increase of the popula. oa and wealth of the states and territo tie which lie along their course. That 1o express tue opinions ot tola convention of the secessity orappropnatious for tbeir iraproTeflcent, is only to appeal to the uni. tarsal heart ; and that to assert the con. atitutionality of such improvements, it is only accessary to appeal to repeated act of Congress, and the uniform ptactice of . rfmnrBtl idmini at r&tmnii- iinp turn fnrw ee we mm- w mm- v s ; nation of our gorernrnent. . And the peo pi of the Northwest are not unreawnn' tie ben they imperatively hut respect fully demand of the reigning ad mi istri liens, the passage and sanction of surh laws a will carry out that principle, so essential to their immediate interests. ' nvsuivrti uai we noia 10 inn opinion l&at to afford to every human Wing ma opportunity and inducement to acquire an . iidependent freehold, is the true doctrine: ft...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 6 June 1848

. Mrs. Scragging on Aristocrat. ; 'liow I do Late them people as calls ''' Mherssehe' aristocratical," said Mrs., Ecugginsv the other day, to a Friend tbeai that pertem-sto be better than com. , , I xaon folks, and put on airs, and strut atout ,;like a peacock showin' their fine leathers. f' It'a norrificaho the feingThey. think, " 'cause they're in affable circumstances, ' r other people, must bow down to ,'ero like Jacob did to the melted calf, or look up lb like Moses did. to the bu'Jrushesv It's 'musin to see ' these ueoDle sometimes goin' into meetin. Ifitiabne of the feminine aristocrat. caK if takes st whote isle i to hold her, and she minces along jist like o a little short pony goia' to . mil I, loaded ,s with three sacks of corn, ad a little boy """ to boot. When" she takes a seat in a pew, Which orter hold six common people, there isn't room enough left for two more. Then it puts one in a fidget Jo sit near 'em, they seem so disiomfortable, ;nittin' bolt upright ; look in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 June 1848

BY C. & C. ZARLEY. , . . THE, . JOLIET SIGNAL. t- Ia published every Tuesday morning cn Chicago-etreet, Jolfet, 111. . Th8M8.- Tffo Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or 2,30 if payment is -delayed until the end of the year. - BAfES OF ADVERTISING. . One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, $1, f." . " Each additional f insertion, 0 25 3 GO 5 ( ( 6 months, 1 month Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 SNo advertisements will be inserted in this paper unlessaccompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the toditorsbecoming responsible for the same. . ft"All letters addressed to the edit or 3 must be Post-paid, or they will not reelf e attention. opAZiiiRirros EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE Ol? :" OSGOOD &, LlY'tLK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solicitors in vJiiaffeery Joliet, 11,, Office on Chicago srt, nearly opposite the Clerk's Office. Ui Oeooop. VV; C. LiTTi.c ELI8HA C. FELLOWS, ATTORNEY dc COUIfSELLOO AT LA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 June 1848

erty and rights without their aidZ applause. bad been here yesterday, to save witnessed our proceedings. I am proud, gentlemen, thatyou have enabled me, by your conduct, to consider the call to this place as amongst the vcrv highest honors that I have over received. We hare seen here our gallant and p'atriotio associates from the north and the eastwe have seen the repress Natives or that good "Keystone State." old flat footed, republican Pennsylvania God bless her! great appknse--comipg forward here to surrender upon the alfar of our country, for tbo common good, their most distinguished sons, and uniting with the far w3'i, with Louisiana, who coming to you by a treaty of alliance, has bo!''ad herself to you in blood. Appl:e. We have seen, morover, those true and gallant associates from New York, groat applause, in which the remainder of the sentence was lost.lTbey have patiently waited for your decision, end when you have acted wish that feeling which belongs to republicans, they n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 June 1848

If txico is sealed forever. She may linger for a while, but she has really ceased to exist in her integrity as & nation. She will probably be split into several small ontederacies. looking for protection to the United States, and ultimately to be a part of that great republic. The Treaty Batifcd. New Yohk, June 5, 4 p. m. The story of the new revolution in Mexico and the repudiation of the treaty, was a hoax. The Treaty was ratified by the Chamber of Deputies on the 17tb ult., 51 to 35. Both branches will no doubt pprove of it by a large majority. A depatch from Petersburg says that the Delta contains further news. Orders have been issued calling in the outposts of the army, which expects to march for the coasts be. twesn the 1st and 15th inst. Gen. Smith has been appointed Superintendent of ubarkation, at Vera Cruz- Gen. Worth's division is said to have been ordered to California. Detroit, June G, 10 p. ji. Late accounts from the French West In. dies,repre6ent things in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 13 June 1848

05, b Clerk la e Dry fioods Store, v . . Ok tvI it D t a pleasant life, ' , s To be a clerk in a dr gobda store ' To laugh awaj at care aud strife, An J tos new linens o'er and o'er ! VKbai matter if one's eyes are aray y nai ttooia one's natr is light, Ob, halb he not the maidens gay v To chat to him from morn to night ! 7T W he work's from early day 7 -Until the clock strikes eight at night, That half his time is thrown awav ' Oa fair ones who would 'nt buy a mite; But' why should be repine at that. As he keeps tossing cambriok o'er ! The ladies all are bless'd with chat, And like the clerks in a dry-goods store! The rich man may have jolly times, (Provided be i free from gout,) If be kaows how to spend uis dimes, And bug them when there's rogues about The student may look won'drous wise, Aad blow in crowds about his lore ! But it would fill them whh surprise ' 'T work awMe in a dry goods store! Now talk no more of this or that Of hunting after jewels rare; Of Buteher trade that m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 June 1848

1 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET SIGNAL. , I published every Tuesday morning ca Chicago-street, Joliet, I1L . Tmmmb, Two Dollar! petannum pay. Me ta advance, o 02,00 1 payment Is delayed until tie end of tie year. , aik of ADvaarxsixro. On equate, (12 llftes or lei,) , one insertion, 44 Each additional . . insertion, 0 25 6 months, 3 90 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 editorsbeeoming responsible for the same. (0"Ail letters addressed to the editor must be Post-paid, or they will not re. elf e attention. WDECTOBY. Of Alt KIND j IXECOTED WITH NEATNE8S AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF Tr OSGOOD & LITTLK, Attorneys and Counsellor at L,mw and Solicitor la Chaneery Joliet, lit, Office on Chicago ttteet, nearly opposite the Clerk Office. Uat Oeooop. y. E. L.nLK i ELISHA. C. FELLOWS, ' xnowxax ds couNSEifcon, a law, And Solicitor and Counsell...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 June 1848

fiials, on the basis of a democratic conBtitution, not derived from the grants of concessions of king's or Hvnnciaa v... originating from the only true source of 7 L Vt , . ,c,,l'6u"ea in ine states ofthis Unionjthe inherent and inalienable right of the people in their sovereign capacity, to make and to amend the forms 01 government in such manner as the welfare of the community may require. "Resolved, That in the recent develop, mentof this grand political truth, of the sovereignity of the people and their capacity and power for self government, which is prostrating thrones and erecting republics on the ruins of despotism In the old world, we feel that a high and sacred duty is devolved, with Increased responsibility upon the democratic party of this country, as the party of the people, to sustain and advance among us constitutional hbcrly, equality and fraternity, by continuing to resist all monopolies and inclusive legislation for the benefit of the lew at the expense of the many...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 June 1848

enough to do between this city and Ottat wa. -1 oere is lumber at present in too citj availing conveyance clear, through to St. Louis; to which point it could be carried without transhipment were the Canal in good order. At Peru and along the Illinois River, and even down to St. Louis, an immense amount of produce is waiting boats; and much of it is seeking other marketts. In viewof thete unpleasant difficulties in the way of it 8 free navigation, the trustees and officers of the csnal should use the most strenuous exertions to accommodate the public, and mitigate the evils complained of as much as posible. The Interests of the State demand it at their hands; and we trust Co see a little more energy in remedying these unfortunate accidents and errors. Chi. Dem. Statement of Financial Affairs of Will County, Ills. June 1, 1848. 1848, June 1, . Amount of Co. Orders issued during the year ending this dale 'on the following Accounts, viz: Printing account $62 53 Taxes of 1841 refunded 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 20 June 1848

O -i- -- From tho Lorain Argus. ' p (f OBlfUlBT. tf ,r Dizif at Woostar en Wednesday of last wek, "The Wooster Bank," aged 4 ear. She left roaoy tomoura her Joss, i peclallj sereral of her sifter banks that feel the aflliotloa deeply, and refuse to be comforted. - - The carcase was so putrid that the fuaeral took place the same day. A great number of citizens from different parts of the State were in attendance; the Iowa was literally thronged. The Pres. idsat of the Clinton Bank, a President of one of the Cincinnati Banks, and sever al delegates from the Clinton Banks were pall bearers. The procession was about one mile long, - composed, of bankers, brokers, merchant?,- farmers, mechanics, and la boring men, (ALL MOURNERS.) Chaplain, PETER SOFT. jThxt. Nona but barbarians use gold and silrer for a currency. A paper currency is the best in the world. A cur. renoyfif for a olvilized people should be capable of expansion to day and eontrac. tion to-morrow. The sermon was eloquent and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 June 1848

BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JUNE 27, 1848. VOLUME 6 NUMBER 3, JOLIET SIGNAL. . Is published every Tuesday mornfr)g on Chicago-street,' Joliet, 11. Tehm3. -Two Dollars" pe annum pay. able in advance, or 62,50 If payment Is delayed until the end othe year. BATES OF ADVEaTISINO. One Square, (12 M&ea or less,) one insertion, " " Each additional . insertion, i . ft TTrtlta 81. 0 25 3 50 5 3 - " 12 months, Ordinary business cards per ann. No advertisements will Be inserted in ihis paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the e, litorsbecoming responsible for the same. 0"A11 letters addressed to the editors' must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. BUSINESS KIRECTOBY. " goo) &a3asjQasia0 " OP A Ll RINDS EXECUTES WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT TUB OFFICE OF D. F. HARDING. Attorney &c. at Law, Wilmington, Will County Illinois. OSGOOD & LITTLK, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 June 1848

Ohio ridictrieh very idea of his carrying UB ueye :iaie. i be wings have only forced the General :upon them as their President but they wpuld not even "give her the choice ofhe Vice President. ! For 0nf' . Jh?'efpTe boId euccess as safe in the highest degree'. On the same ticket runs MrVFilmorethus showing. th"al they did not think New York was safe, but wishing to secure ber by offering the seoond honor In their selection. In this calculation they may find themselves wofully mistaken. Millard Filmore will scarcely unite upon himself all the whig vote, for reasons which we may 'specify hereafter. But even all tho whig rote cannot carry New York, unless the mass of the barnburners should desert their legitimate colors. And do the barnburners need any additional incentive to oppose a Vice President who ran against Silas Wright for governor in S44-. who now fills the office ofcomptroller, lately filled by Mr. Flagg, and who is a rabid whig of the Clay speciestheir chairman of the Commi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 June 1848

the neceswjr arrangement! lo celebrate the coming annirerearj of the American Independence, on the 4th daj of July next. Col. Ilenrj Norman vai called to the Chair, and M D Pendegrass and S D Clark, Secretarial. The object of the meeting having been stated, a committee of ten wan appointed to nominate officers, who after a short consultation, presented the following, which was adopted, to wit : President WM. HOGUE, Vice Presidents, Lawhencb Wuks, Samuel Uvli, John M Clovm, Vm H Pskrins. - Orator P A Armstrong. Header of Declaration Hbnky Stabb. Chaplain James Lowhbad. Committee of Arrangements. II HtJLBEBT, SAM'!, HuiA, E M Ross, T J Loudon. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be signed by the Chairman and Secretaries, and published in the Ottawa Free Trader, Constitutionalist, and Joliet Signal. II. NORMAN, Ch'n. M D Prexdbgas, a , SD Clark, JSeojrs. At a Democratic Count Convention held at Naperville, in Due Page County, lll.,on Monday the 19th inst.,pursuant to a call ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 27 June 1848

Tub Plant.' Dr.J. C Bennett writes fti follows to the "Massachusetts Ploughman," In relation to the Pie Plant, the healthiness of which was called In question last year. : Similar views have been expressed i by other eminent I physicians: 'Mr. Editor: In your paper of the first instant, you eall for medical testimony in relation to the healthfulness of the Pie Plant, and as a member of that profession 1 will respond to the call. The Pie Plant is a species of Rhubarb, the medical properties of which are cathartic astringent, tonic and stomachic, and invigorating in small doses to the power of digestion. The acid which it contains is the rhu barbie, which is nearly allied to the ton' atic, and the malic, all three of which - promote digestion and are healthy, and none of which ever enter into the composition of any oftbe deposites that occur in lit hie states ofthe urine; consequently there is no danger of producing gravel by the u&e of the Pie Plant, as our Oxford .irrepo...

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

;- ..-:-;- A -wr- .-. JL- . F- - , . . ., . . -y wi i j i . . i... . . "J - ' H-i-'H-;-: IiV: . 90 r. ,, - " t - " " liii'i 'Hi JJflXiU.'.- ': , - - . - 7.-.'. -: He"-;:-- BY C. & C. ZARLEY. - THE ..U JOLIET SIGNAL. , , V Is published eTery Tuesday morning on CMcago-eUeet, Jollet; 111. . TBaMJ.-Ttro Dollar pes annum pay abl& in advance, ot 2,80 if payraeni is delayed until tbe end of the year. . . . . ! ' UXTEd OF ADVEBTI8IKO. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) T one insertion, - " : , , ; , Each ' additional -- - insertion. 01, 0 25 3 5 Ordinary business cards Der ann 3 No advertisements vt be inserted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash or some person personally known to the editorcbecoming responsible for the same. - OCrAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. iiarwiiTKss birs-cxory, V ' OPAL Ti, KINDS ' executed with neatness and dispatch AT THE OFFICE OF , B. F. HARDING. AttobneV &c. at ...

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

By telegraph for the Chi Democract ARRIVAL OF THE New York, June 26--3 P.M. France. The affairs of France are generally more quiet. The Prince de Joinville had been arrested in Paris Prince Louis Napoleon, and M. Thiers were elected to the Assembly. It was rumored Lamartine and Rollin would resign and Thiers succeed. It was thought Lamartine connived at the affair ot the 15th. A decree had been passed to prevent turbulent assemblies in Paris. The soldiers were obliged to charge a large as semblyat Port St. Denis by which many were killed. The Committee on the Constitution have declared for a Republique Demo cratique beside their present rights the people to have free education and the lights of labor and assistance, A great banquet to come off at Versailles created some uneasiness. It was supposed 100,000 would attend. Spain requires all Englishmen at Cadiz to give securities for good behavior The cholera is raging in Russia. 150 cases occurred in Moscow in a week. Important from Au...

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

TaylMiia aci the Natlre Imerlcans. , Hon. Lewis CLetin. whose speeches 11 old countrjmen will do well to emlao as tho best xponent of the principles of the Natire American party, goes for Tajlor. And Gen. Dearborn, the candidate of the natire Americans for the Vice Presidenej, has written a letter to the ed itor of the Boston Signal, in which he ar : i am happy to assure jou that I shall most cheerfully and ardently unite with mJ&l7 citileM of the nate American and Whig parties in the sunnort nf th Hon. Millard Fillmore, of the State of ew iorK, who has been nominated bj ww uauonai Uenvention in Philadelphia, ttor that important office. I hare had the honor of being acquainted with Mr. Filliinore for sererrl years, and do not know any gentleman who is more entitled to the respect and confidence of the American 'people, than that eminent statesman." . Sympathy fob Mitchell in N. Yobk. A rery large and enthusiastic meeting jas held on Tuesday, night, and another on Wednesd...

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

r 5. Sbort Patent Scraons. O OX NEW 6EBIEB. n "W Tho foHowinsr composes my text for to-day: ;-a $ ; . : ; ' The world It rough ami dreary, And life is sad and weary v fti' fcearers-r-there is do use io talking abojt getting along smoothly all the way through this world; for- such a thing is impossible for man, monkey or mouse. Tho places thatoem the --smoothest, are the slipperest, arid whenyou ihink you are sliding along so very pretty and safe, you may be brought to 'a horizontal in iho twinkling of a bed host. " . Who Jtandetb, let him take heed lest he fall, and whoso ridetb, let him look out (in these revolutionary times) lest he be thrown.-r That the natural world is rough we all'" know. It hath ita mountains, hills, swamps, - and marshes and roan can't smooth them let him do his best or his nastiest; and as for the social world, "it Is as rough as the back of a hedgehog, unless 1 'you can make it smooth by hypocritical polishing, gilding, or silver washing. But all this won't...

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