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

..(. : ... If 7. T'-rr ( r r.v-ff A r J4 BY C. & C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JULY 11 ,1848. i . . - . . . u .... i . . . v JOLIET SIGNAL. - I published errj Tuesday morning on CMcago-filroel, Joliot, 11L f Thsms. Two Dollars pet etnum pay able ia edvonce, ot 62,00. if payment is . delayed until tile end of tie fear. : ; U : OAVBi OF ADTSBTXSI279. One Squafet- (12 lines or leae,) , - one Insertion, .-. ; : 81, , 14 " Each additional 0 25 ' ioeertion . ; 5 : 6montbs, , 3 ' 12 months, 5 Ordinary business cardsper ann. 3 - No advertisements ill be inserted in this paper unles s accompaniedby the cash er some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same, r (&"Allletters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re. oeire attention. t BUSaiVESH DIDECIOHX. . 09 jpaasroasiQ OF AIL KINDS , , . EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF B. F. HARDING. Attohney dec. at Law, Wilmington Will County Illinois. OdUOOD &a...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 July 1848

From the St. Louis Union, ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA.- Startling Intelligence from Eur one An. other devolution in France Over One lhousand Lives lost, ' i Boston, July 1. ine steamer Cambria arrived last night, Dringmg one week's later intellx . gence from Europe. She brings news of the most exciting . w. UUjg euaracier trom t ranee. A .revolution broke out on the 4th, in Paris, ueaaea ny Blanc, and over one thousand lives were lost. There ii art excitement and alarm prevailing among an classes, nopes are entertained that the moderate party will not be defeated by the party advocating the establishment 01 an umpire. Commercial. Liverpool, June 17. The commercial news is unfavorable. Cotton is still declining, with no prospect of an improvement, upland and Mobile id quoted at 4d, Orleans at 4 1.4 per lb. , Wheat is quoted at 7s a Cd per 70 lbs. Corn is dull and prices 'are barely sus. UineU. u M quoted at 31 a 32s 6d for .jrime .white, and for prime yellow a 33s per4S0ib8. ,. r occuuii ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 11 July 1848

?v-" CTtom the Washington Union. . 1 .. ire i J i i Just as we are eroinrr to Dress, ws ria eelved tha fnlln Dodge; senator of the United States from SV ft t a me Jinn atate, tne youngest sister of the republic. It ii what wo exbected fmm Hhat gallant man and indomitable repub lican, it snivera to pieces toe schemes "which hare been formed at Utica and in "Cincinnati, founded in the use of his 0&me: ' '' -A Card. ' ,1 have seen in the published proceedings of. the convention at Utica, New York, that my name is put in nomination for Vice President of the United States, on the ticket with Mr. Van Buren. No 'information has been given to me by the convention, or its order, of this nominalion,' and I have waited some day9 for that information, as furnishing the suitable occasion (or making my answer. But, beginning1 to doubt whether any such communication will be made, and seeing my name placed in many papers as a candidate for the Vice Presidency, by virtue of that nominati...

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

B7 MBS. SlGOUnNKY. It is the duty of mothers to sustain the reverse .of fortune. Frequent and sud den the have been to our country,' it is important that rouna females nhonlH possess soma employment by which the? vuiaiu b iivcjiuu0U incase taey shciuld .be reduced to the necessity of sup. porting themselves. When families are unexpectedly reduced from .affluence to poverty, how pitifully contemptible it is to see the mother desponding : or ' helpless; and permitting her daughters to embarrass those; whom ;it is their duty to assist and cheer. 'I have lost ray whole fortune," said a merchant, as he returned one evening to his borne; 4,we can no longer keep our carriage. 'We must leave this, large house. The children can no longer go to expensive schools. Yesterday I was a rich man;, to-day there is nothing I can call my own." "Dear husband," said the wife, "we are still rich in each other and our children. Money may pass away, but God has given us a better treeure in those active han...

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

i : .-- VOLUiME 6, NUMBKPs 6. y . BY (Y&C. ZARLEY. - JOLfET, ILLINOIS, JULY 18, 1848. raw jit JOLIET SIGNAL. l Is puhlishpd every Tuesday morninj ort Chicago-street, Jolier, 111. rfeuns. Two Dollars per annum pat abl m ailvrtiicti.-'ov $2,f0 if payment i 'delayed until thti end ofih year. , KATES' OF ADVERTISING. Oje Square, (12 lines or les6f) ,. one insertion, .f- 61, 44 Each additional 1 insertion, 0 25 " 6 months, 3 v"" " 2 months, 5 D ' linary business cards per ann. 3 . So advertisements will be inserted in this pape r unless accompanjedby the cash tor some person personally known to the editor becoming responsible for the same. 0TAU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re6 aire attention. , OF ALL KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AW DISPATCH AT TUB OFFICE OF D. F. HARDING. Attorney &.c. at Law, ? Wilmington, Will County Illinois. oSiiuoo &. t.ii j li-:, ittorueytaart Counsellors at Law a nit Solicitrs in Cuitiiee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 18 July 1848

i'rom the N. Y. Journal of Commerce; THE SLAVERY Q.UESTM. When, a few months since, objection vm made lo tbe purchase of New Mexv co and California, on the ground that it would cause tbe introduction of slavery into territory now exempt fiom that cau?e, wo stated our belief that the objection would be found much less formidable in -Tptaclice than it appeared in theory; be- , vvcause,Ja the first ?lace, we had no doubt "'but thrth would consent to an extenion buJbe Missouri compromise line (lat. 3Ui) to the Pacific ocean; and, see. ondly, because . the territory lying between that parallel and the southern limit of tbe provinces mentioned, was of such a nature as to forbid the introduction of slavery to any extent; and, consequently, whenever it should be erected into a State or Stales, a large majority if its inhabitants In the case of Illinois) 'r igl.t b8 expected to decide against the lyAtm, and provide for its extinction. Ve have seen, as yet, no reason to thauge our opinion on ...

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

.... A. 1 . bettered that manj of 'Ifie'iupoVior- offi. w." 100 ariuT naa been tampered wiih, d iectetly favored ParedesL movement. Yucatan; The Commissioner sent by the Yucatecos, to beg a.sistan ce a. gainst the Indians, have received from Herrera's : Government 830,000,2,000 muskets, and a small quantity of muni tlons. No men could be spared. They were exceedingly desirous that a com. mand of 2,000 troops should be detached by General Butler from his army, or that permission should be given our soldiers to volunteer on aiming at Vera Cruz. They solicited the good offices of President Herrera to forward this object, but nothing, it appears, was done. Tbo resume of this last intelligence from Mexico would seem to announce that the Republic will again become a prey to anarchy and confusionto end, perhaps, by the re-appearance of Santa Anna in the scene. Takpico. By the arrival, yesterday, of the . A. Ogden, from Tampico. we learn that our troops, with the exception of those in charg...

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

from tiie Ohia S'atesmati. fht Left Bank cf the Rla Grande and Mr. Wo hear so many misrepresentations cf the commencement oftho war and the hnd lying between iho Nueces andthe Jtto Grade, that it is nocsaary to very frequently correct those who seem either : ignorant from malicious purposes, or so' s from the want of knowledge. We fin in a 'late speech of Mr. Kaufman, of Texas, a condensed summary of the mat. ter, which we give to correct -some men's imaginary troubles: "it was General Jackson's administia. :tion thai acknowledged the indenendence 'of Texas, with limits that Texas had prescribed for herself and with the limits that the United States, by solemn treaty 'with Texas, on the '25th of April, 183 tinder tho administration of Martin Van Iluren, acknowledged to extend as far north as tho 42d degree of north latitude! 1 allude to the treaty under which b part at 'he eastern boundary of Texas was actually marked. But ofthis'I may perhaps jti another occasion be compelled to sp...

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

BY C. it C. ZAULEY. - JOLIET S.GNA " I published iererjr Tuesday morning on CMcago-street, Jollet, til. - TsBtfs. .T?i Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATS OP ADVERTISING. One Square; (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, " Each addiiional insertion, , t A TTlft1lfK 81, .025 3 u : 12 months, 5 Ordinary business cards per anni 3 ' No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same. OT All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive attention. ' DIRECTORY. OP All KINDS EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT TUB OFFICE OF ; V B. F. HARDING. Attorne v fec. at Law, Wilmington, Will County Illinois. O3UU0l)&. UTTLN, A.ttnrners nd Counsellor af Law and Solicitort in v'tancery Jo'ietJIi, Office on Ciiicagu meet, nearly opposite the Clerk's Offioe. Ul OaGOOD. W. E, IjlTTi.K r EL1SI...

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

copy ia added to' this treaty, bearing the signatures and seals of the undesigned plenipotentiaries. And, ia order to pre elude all difficulty in tracing upon the ground the- limit separating Upper from Lover California it is agreed that the said limk shall consist of a straight line drawn from the middle of the Bio ; Gila, where it unites with the Colorado, to a' point on the coast of the Pacific ocean distant one marine league duo south of the sotbernmost point of the port of San Diego, according to the plan of said port mads in the yoar 17S2 by Don Juan Pantojo, secend sailing master of the Spanish fleet, and published at Madrid in the year 1802, in the Atlas to the voyage of the schooner Hutil and Mexicana, of which plan a copy 13 hereunto added, signed and sealed by the respective plenipotentiaries. In order to designate the boundary lino viih due precision, upon authoritative uiaps, and to establish upon the ground landmarks which shall show the limits of !huh republics, as de...

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

iniurgenur having rendered theirpositioa aimon impregnable,' restated more or less ' ffectuaflj, all the fore which could be brought against them. The red flag the banner of the "Republique Demo critique et Soctale," was hoisted. On Sunday morning at the meeting of the National Assembly the President announced that the Government force had completely succeeded in suppressing the insurrection on the left bank of the river, after a frightful sacrifice of human life: and that Gen. Cavaignao had given the insurgents on the right bank 10 o'clock to surrender, when, if they did not Jay down their arms, he would storwi their entrenchments in the Faubourg St. Antone, where they were now driven, and .put the whole to the sword. ,. It- was thought, on Monday morning early, that they would surrender, but again the hope thus held out of the ter--mination of the insurrection, was not immediately realized. At half past ten o'clock the fighting was resumed, and it was only after a frightful strugg...

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

" ' From "the London Tunch. ' "'Club dcs Pfmrncs." At a time when (he gentlemen of France Are "asserting the "Rights of Man," no wonder the ladies are'protesting against the "Wrongs of Woman." Amongst the many Clubs, which the temporary triumph of Club-law has engendered in Paris, there was lately opened a "Club" dcs Femmes.11 At Its first sitting much confusion was created by the criticisms of a number of ibe Lords of the Creation, who bad intruded themselves upon the assemblage. -This is unfair. What would be the result if a corps of ladies Was let loose to criticise the House of Commons? The "Club des Femmes" has promulgated the followioff conn of highs. I. Woman naturally is superior to man The rile of the husband by the wife is iu the order of nature, il. The wife is the natural guardian of her husband's secrets. 3. To the wife belongs the absolute con. 'trol of her own milliners bills'. 4. The extreme age of woman is thirty years. She may be below this age, but cannot pass bey...

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

JXJL tod csiV.-IA MbJjj.-.w.-i.U 'CO - 1 -.. . . ' t i ' ' i . si- 't i v 4 ih BY C. & a ARLEY. . " ' THE Is published every Tuesday morning -B3, Tfro Dollaiaperennum payablo in advance, o 62.50 if payment is :delayeJ until the end of the year. , 77 SATB OP ADTER118ING. ' ' une equate, (12 UneB or lefig,) ; one insertion. - , ...I. Each additional , Insertion, 4 ' 12 months, ; . , Ordinarv business cards ftcr. ann No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash t or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same. ' frAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receire attention. OF Alt KINDS ' EXECUTED WITH NEATNE88 AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF ' ' B. F. HARDING. " Attorney &c. at Law, : Wilmington, - Will County Illinois. x OSGOOD & LIT iL K, ,A.ttorty and Counsellors at Law and Solicitors i a CJtiauccr JoIiet,l!i, Office on Ciiicagw troet, nearly oppoHe the ...

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

tional convention, when the.deniocraey ! vell nigh lost the control of that body, is tse'fore us, and we trust that it will not le lost upon them at this time. In every representative and senatorial district in the state, tchere the whigs have a majorty,tlrey have nominated full tickets, and are urging their followers to their support while in democratic districts, tbvy preach the doctrine of no-party, and urge a splitting of tickets. This has ever been the practice of Illinois whiggery -overbearno tvronta tiihai. r L " J O i "uom iu ilia . , uiajui lijr, auu ; cringing supplicants in the minority. The democracy should not be lulled into apathy by the specious promises of cringing nopartyists-they supplicate but to betray. In the minority or in the majority, Jet democrats rally in their full strength upon the democratic tickets, and 6trike boldly for the principles of-their party.: Too often have the strongest democratic courities of Illinois been represented by whigs who have stole...

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

O.O. F. thatlhe.iJajiSsrB dfjbis place be TSqasted to publish Ihs folbvring corr3--rr.. j -U-.it i:n .' ; poi)denceiJs . To ihe Offers and members tf Powhao ' ; 'Lodge Nd. 29. I. O. 0,F. C GiNTLEMEN: The undersigned.an as. aoclation of Ladies, ah iious to tender you edme token of - regard, take the liberty to present you with a copy of the Holy Scriplures, and trust you will receive the same in the 'spirit with which it is bestowed, a spirit of kindness and confidence. "And permit those' who now offer this Sacred volume to affirm, that they honor ihe members of jour unpretending and jqulet Order, without entering.into an unprofitable Inquiry upon the merits or de merits of Odd Fellowship; and believe that whole fabric safe 4e durable in whose parts tfiey have unlimited trust, and that Institution a benevolent one, where the care of the widow and the fatherless is the paramount duty of all. Aware of the changes of this unstable world, where seeming friendship wiay desert them in the ...

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

P, IvwliHng la the "Pacifier ?o recreation of the Sandwich IsUntlerj Is fchecoirsHfit 'info it of ;;8 itoming.v Iij Ifact,--'thei natityg"are all afn-' phibibus, and seem ' to bo -ai much at 'borne in the water as on the lan J; and, at all times of the day, men, women, and ! children are sporting about in the harbor; oVefen beyond the reef,(Xvith shoals 'oi sharks, perhaps an' their playfellows.'Tbeso voracious creatures, however, are i far less likely to meddlo with . .tho abrigi ne Jhan .with .fbrcigirers not that they t prefer White men to brown, hot ' because : they have bed a taught by ejporience that cne- IIawaliau h49 more ofthf Tartar ; in !him than a score of Europeans. 'There ie scatrely an instance on record in which a native ha9 suffered any serious injury from a shark., r If, at. any time, the. bitter tike the preliminary step of turning 'over; rm'tiis side to geLa moulblut,. Jhejormeir 'is sure at least to elude the attack by diving below tire monster,' while,' if he I...

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

BY. C. & C. ZARLEY. THE I JOLIET SIGNAL, la published every TuesdVy morning xn tC&foago-etreet, Jollet, 11. . Thrhs. Two Dollars pet annum pay. alio in advance, or 62,90 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. , : II aAXE OF ADVERTISING. "Ohe Square, (12 ilp.es or less,) one Insertion $1, ..: ;. . Eacli additional Q . : Insertion, S 25 . " '..- 6 months, 3 r ; - . . : 12montbe, 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 ' .'. No advertisements will be insetted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash or lome person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same. : (&Allletters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not receive-attention. . i .Din'E RinECToinr. . - Or Alt. R1KOI EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF B. F. HARDING. , . Attobney dec. at Law, Wilmington, Will County Illinois. . OSGOOD &. LiTTLB, Attorneys and Counsellors at liaw and SolicitfsinCnaecery Joliet,lli, Offi...

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

who would sacrifice more than I would.to relieve us from this heavy reproach, in any practicable way. The cession of that kind of property (for it is misnamed) is a Rind bagatelle which would not cost rod a single thought, if in that way a general emancipation and oipatriation could be effected graduallyjand with due sacrifices," I think it might be. Dut as it is, Xve'bave the wolf by the cars, and we carl neither hold him safely nor let him go. Justice irjTDnfl 8ca!e,seifpreservation in the other. Of ono, thing I . , am certain, ihat as the passage of slaves from one - State to another would not make a slave of a single turn an Le7ngwJio woukl not be so with, out It, so their diffusion, over a greater surface would" : make' thr; individually h'ap'pier, and proportionately facilitate the accomplishment of their emancipation.by dividing the burden on a greater number ; of coadjutors. An abstinence, too, from this act of power, would remove the jealousy excited by the undertaking of C...

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

j I- Congress, J XVASHijrorojf; July 27. "vv-BA.-Mr. Hale offered a resOlu. ;iion calling on the Secretary bf-War for information in regard lo tho amount that ,had been paid to each officer pf the army, ;ond omitted in the last army;' Register, ;"which. was agreed to. u- i V, On, motion of Mr. Clayton, the jTerritoiia.1 Bill was taken up. . 4 . '' Mr.: Baldwin J offered. an amendment gifing to all persons'deprived of liberty Sn the Territories, . the " privilege of , .HabeaaCorpus and . 9 direct appeal to the Supreme .Court. 'u?.-i-; , ,...1: Mr. Reverdy Johnson- addressed the Senate in support ofthe bill, as the only lira branch on this exciting question. : . -Tho debate was further continued by Messrs;- Badger, Dix, and Calhoun. The aeision was prolonged until seven o'clock Jhis morning, when an adjournment t'SoU place, not however until the Compromise Bill was adopted, by a vote of 33 to 22. House.-A motion to close the .debate on theTerritorial Bill was, 'ifler a, lon 'discussio...

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

. . Ought, ahd Doing. There is a great difference, between knowing how things qugjittq tjejdone and doing them. The educated man, as he is called one who it brought up at college, it may be has a theoretical knowledge of matters and things, but to save his life he could not use a sacr, or pully, or fore plane. It is the mechauic, who has ' the right education. " He knows how to make a screw and where to put it. In any case of emergency, we would not give a eizpenee for a graduate, unless he was also a practical mechanic; he would be of about ap- much service as the poor castaway collegian in Algiers. 'While all his officers and sailors were put to some use he vfts furiusbpd with a pair of feather bree. che, and compelled to hatch chickens. His theoretical knowledge was of no ad. vantage to him thereno matter how beneficial it vas among his classmates at Lome. We hold that man to be educated, who has a practical knowledge, we care not where haraduated, at Harvard or at ifarper's, at ...

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