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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 August 1848

4 ( BY C. it C. ZARLEY. the : JOLIET SIGNAL. ; Is published every Tuesday morning to Chlcago-etreefc, Joliet, III . Terms. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. " ! HATE OF ' ADVERTISING . . Ofo 9quasr (12 lines or lees,)' one insertion, 81, u " Each additional " insertion, 0 25 6 months, 3, . " 12 months, . , . 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash or some person personally known to the edltorsbeeoming responsiblefor the same. - (O'Allletters addressed to the editors roust be Post-paid, or they will not re ereite. attention BUSINESS IMKJKCXORY. of Ait Knns -EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF B. F. HARDING. Attorney 6zc. at Law, . Wilmington, Will County Illinois. OSGOOD & LIT I Li:, Attomevsand Counsellors at Law and Solicit- orm Chancery Joliet, IN, Office on Chicago trset, nearly opposite the Clerk's umoe. Uri Osgood. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 August 1848

p I ll 'J Having no other intention but to al leviate the luflerings of my fellow-crea-tures, I wish that the faculty would give the above treatment a lair trial, leaving it to their discretion to alter the same ac cording to the difference of climate ,and "the ago of lb5 patient, as the treatment above described applies to a Northern Climate and a mature age. r-Thls .treatment was originally givenjby a Dr. Kruttge, lato head physician of t he ' "HeiligefrGeists: Hospital," of Breslau, a charitable establishment, able to ac commodate from 600 to 1000 patients in which (being the hospital for clinical instruction,) 1 have ray se J f often seen this same treatment practised by its auth or wjthout;ever having failed to realize the desired expectation. The author (in his treaties on the same subject) asserts, that out of 184 patients treated as above stated he lost only two. : j A Message from the President.' . The President, a day or two ago,. an swered the call of a resolution pf;the ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 August 1848

ly from Valenciana4 on the approach of Buetamente. A party ol dragoons rere ?nt In purait of the fugitives, but, of ceurse.did not Ucced in OTertaking them. On the 14th, the Government forces were entrenched at Valenciana and Mel lado, and the two hostile bodies were quietly watching each other. Trovisions were every day becoming scarcer and dearer, which, according ,to the Monitor, rendered more desperate the situatiou of the beseiged in Guanajuato. Bustemente had sent his wounded, which amounted to more than eighty, from Maral to Silao. Much alarm" existed in the State of Queretaro on account of the rumored sue cesses of ihe insurgents. The State of Guatemala has declared n amnesty for the past, and security for future to all who have endeavored to over turn the Government. - 'A large number of the citizens of Vera Cruz had petititioned Congress to enact i atatute, declaring Paredes an outlaw. Robberies between Vera Cruz and the city of Mexico were becoming so fre quent and audaci...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 August 1848

Mrj. Screens talk abonl Mr. Skinkle. I hate bach'lors, "said Mrs. Scruggins the other day, in quit an energeiicrnan fior,t'I do, indeed, I don't mean them as is young, but them as is old in sin, and can't be reformed, and coaxed to marry. What' an orful state is dingle blessedness? Blessedness, indeed! I'd rather be a dog in 'the moon, as Sbakspur says, than mar ry Jin old bach'lor. . I was tellin' Mr. Skiuklethe other day-'-Mr. Skiokle isn't a old ba?h'Ijrt he's only thirty-seven I was tellin Mr Skinkle, that all the old bath'lors should be imported ; to Africa; where the sun, would warm 'em up a liule, makb 'em friskey like, and then they'd propose. He looked at me over the top of his dear green specs, and said as how, bach'lors would be bach'lors until arter they wa9 married. In course I agreed with him, and then he told ma the reason 'cause he didn't commit himself, inter mattermony. 'Twas a very afflicting' Blory; and ho told it in slch a sorrowful kind of way, it made me feel ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 August 1848

1 IS, 4 T, r t : r r i JOLI ET SIGNA l' " '8 : .-publisbed very . Tuesday morning njcago-eireel, Jollet, 411. v -: - n.T93i9.--Two Dollars pec annum pay. We in adranco, ot 62,80 if payment is delayed until lie end of Iho year. : t- .'' I "lO BAT$ OF: .AtaYEBimN. ' ' On Square; (12I!nea or lese,) .-.; .; Ui one -, Insortiori; ; . ; 1, t1, c ! .vEach additional n Vfc '. Insertion,; $ 025 , r,j ; 6 months, : . . 3 iiy lZth6nihSi. , i 1 l 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 .i No advertisements will be inserted in thispaperunlessaccompaniedbytbecas? or.some person: personally known to tbe editortbocoming responsiblefor the same. "r,CAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid,' or: they will not re- peire attentions : ' - ' i .'i c:iln-: "l:"3 rV A I t' K IN Dg i:i . - EXECUTED WfTrt NEATNESS AND DISPATCH A'JP. OPIIU tlFFJCE OF - 1 B. F. HARDING. V- Attorney &c.' at Law, - Wilmington; Will County Illinois. I!, ; OSGOOD &. L1TTLB, Attorney aiirl, Coijusellors at Law a...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 August 1848

The following despatch is published in the" N. Y. Herald : I Host Important from Ireland. ; . ' Dublin, Friday night, July 21. " "' We are almost in a state of ciego in this city. - r To day a proclamation was issued by ilrm JrA 1 and city of Dublin, calling upon all peri sons to deposk and leave at the respective police stations.on or before the 2J the July inst., all guns, pistols and other fire-arms, all swords, cutlasses, pikes, and bayonets, and 'all gunpowder and ammunition, on pain of being convicted and being im prisoned two years, with or without hard labor. ; The police, who are armed with cut' lasses, took up a number of pikes and guns to day throughout the city. All applications having been made to Judge Perrin, presiding at the Tyrone assizes, to admit Mr. John Martin to bail, he refused the same, and strongly cen sured the conduct of the government for allowing Mr- Martin the privilege of wri ting from Newgate to the Felon. The nation makes its appearance again to morr...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 August 1848

nan, ei. President of the United Stiles, mter 10 dtsfy disgraced as Mlrtin Van Buroat ' And this too by bis ofcn Volun tary att, tm& for the nrtsterabte and frUUtess Eurpow of 3e3aUng ifca r!ettotratfc prty, ec&tne it did tict make fc!m its nominee. Detroit Free Prvss. 4 j The ExtttitEft Cwmet'. Public atten. Tlba bas bsen recent drawn to the an ticipated return of the great comet of 1264, 1556, after an absence from our system of 292 years. i. . ... . - , -CnAPaiAi"CBOwiNO. Tha . following is from an Extra Indiana Sentinel: The returns still comes in gloriously Tot ' tha Democracy- sickening to the Taylor hounds. We have no disposition o- comment. We have only breath to "CROW! Hurrah for the PEOPLE ! : CCrThe Western Citizen, published at Chicago, holds the following language in j telatioa to the'recent election in that city, and it would also apply equally well to this county at the same time: "So . far as the returns have been re. 'ceired, they show an increase of the whi...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 22 August 1848

'Ol'xpm the St. Louis Republican; Cftlfforcla. Wfa re Indebted to an old friend, Dr. V. J..Fourgeaud, for a copy of iho Cali fornia tar, of tha let ot April. Oar ciifzens will recollect Dr. Fourgeaud as a gentleman ingood practice in thiarcity, wfcflf left, yviiU his JanYUy, a year, ago, for California, : and who has settled, io San Francisco. Tbe' doctor, with whose literary turn our citizens are acquainted,' is, we observe-, a contributor to the coN urnOs of :ih&, Star, and an article on the "YrVspVcfs of California," is full of inter. es'V 'Senw of the facts and suggestion whitfK it contains may be hereafter trans ferred to our columns. The Star complains loudly of a duty of twenty per cent., advalorem, levied upon all goods arriving in the ports of Califor nia, from any quarter of , the globe, aud tqpes that the burdeji will be rerncftedY information has been communicated to the Star, , that - a large emigration from China may soon . ba expected there. Some of the "Celestial...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 August 1848

. , . , --r-" - - - r. ... -v-T:rs.x,'.-T2 3 M 4- !- ?BY; & C. ZARLEY. - r, "5i V H uLlfi SIGNAL. Itf 'ublibed evpfy ' Tuesday- morning on CMcago-ifreet, Jolielll. - ; TfiaM8.Txro Dollars per annum pay able in advance; bV $2,60 if payment is " del&jed nntil the end o( tRe year. : : a BATE OF AdVebViSINO. 11-.-. lllli , . A j- ----- 'Each additional t 0 25 : v:: Insertion, ; "6 months, 3 5 -:l2YndBtbs, Ordinary busibed's cards per ann. S )v ViN0 advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompaniedby the cash oin ner$on personally knowifi fo"fhei ' editorsbecomlngresponsibleforthe same. 5 CA11 letters addressed to the editors ; rUlfsf be Post-plftd, "rlbfey Will not re jceke attention. 1 V:V" XLt KINDS ' EXECUTED WH NEATNESS AND iflSffTtTCH r : - J -AT THEVFFICE OF , - o. f. Harding. ' j : Attobnet &c. at Law, Wilmington, Will Couhly Illinois. , t. OSGOOD & LtTTLK, .Attornertaad CouuBellors at Lnr and SoJicit- ' OmaUhaiicery ?&liet,tli, Office no Chicag...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 August 1848

Important from Europe. Arrfral of the Cambria. : New York, Aug. 19. The Steamer Cambria armed . this morning. , "' The Police attempted to arrest Smith O'Brien but were repulsed. They raM lied and scattered the people, killing two or three, and O'Brien fled on horseback. . Defeat of the Irish II were killed.A military force of 1,500 occupy the place. The army in Ireland numbers 49,000. 23 prisoners from Ballingary had been Bent to Dublin. . .The Irish League Rooms are all closed x nnd their correspondence have been seiz- ed. ' . . A great many arrests have been made ' in Cork.;. ' ' !; .( At Drogheda, Belfast and other places, much turbulence, but no outbreak in Kil kenny. , The mountains ofTipperary are literal ly black with Irish, whose movements may be very important. .Charles Albert is defeated in Italy by "Radesky; he asks French help. The people have broken up - the Provisional ' Government and made Albert dictator. ; France is quiet. Ltdru Rollin, Louis 'Blanc, Prudeen, and C...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 August 1848

I if 1 P JScjfJ. Ca rfibnri:i(jfli at .ihls. . fftoit woiild bo leader,- Be??. F. Btrf ttft, offered; ibe"? foUoititig'm&totioif in the 'Cnisadrs': Contcntioh at Buffalo, .blcbi, nominated Martin Van Burent' I Resolved That John P Hale, of New .illampshirei for his raithfuluess, fidelity, land ability as ft 8enator, and the5 readi. rjei.s'diiintereatedneaV, ' and - patriotism .. with which he ; placed himself, though a candidate? already in - nomination, at the vdreposal of this convention, -has entitled l'hiks'elf td" the lasting gratitude of.Ahe ( jrtenas oj ,ine numan race,, and of the great cause of true democracy. ' f . John 'Pi 'Hale, as a Senator, has; stood ? bj by side in Congress with the moral , traitor, Corwin, In voting down every .proposition to . prosecute , the , war with f; 'Mexico and bring it to an honorable con elusion. He voted against the war he voted against raising volunteers--he vot. .'Isd'Bgainst the supply billshe voted a 'galnst'' the resolution" of '...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 August 1848

'JTiVCdJ&ftiBg that jUdtft Come Off;; It WftSinlS34of VJ, I ihink, that "the .following kfcide'St dccurre abd Feat crouch for thai troth, being p'ehofillj ac- ?juuiited with both onbe Character; iiOne 'S. -TV vifrat.then & Brooklyn, wwhers several oHreywirg-officers of the aaryrere JivTngi it the tiroer the most of .mem iiuuuig lor ins examuiui.iun waico vai taocctrr io' tie spring- " ; ' .T7,'wbose" tongue, like his ears, i$ ex- -cee'dingi long, road some re mark at a party one evening, derogatory tVthe char .acteroC another officer, a middy from the "Palmetto State; Snsri : l! ;.; v , -.The: sajtbejiiier heard .of it, .and know ing bothfrom report and actual experience tthat afight could not be coaxed out of the OtheJtwhom we will call "Stout B..n 'ha' .determined- to-cow hida . him. -Therefore, on the ttdrninofifwrhheard'bfthe, treciarks of StouCB.'V heVrepatrcd at 7 a! very early hoar to the room of the latter, lie found birrriirltedj enjoying a morning cup of coffee.flu...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

. t i- i y ?sK fr t. i A 1 f tlAJ' 1 ,ii5-.:.4 7 sV ... i . . - 1-5 . . 0 . - ..i...r i.Jti isfit'ST rr--l t t-J f-;. til. 3; t 1 "H mm m m m Jiii L ' :Mr ,3!U ' J.ft vi't k a)- i:- 3 r-: - - . ' I ?i .f - x S v i. I-- BY G. & C. ZARLEY. ' ?' ' - -; - THE . ' JOLIET SIGNAL. Ti published every Tuesdry morning tni Chicago-street, Joliet, fH. . - Tebms. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advanceor 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. BATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, " Each additional Insertion, 8V 0 25 3 Ht " 12 months, 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will be inserted in thr3 paper unless accompahiedby the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecomingresponsibleforthesame. (fci7A.ll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re. oeive attention. llUlIV ES lTRKTORlf . OP Alt RlKO EXECUTED WJTH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH J; ' . : AT THE OFFICE OF ' 1 1 B. F. HARDING. Attobw...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

j BY C. & C. ZARLEY. . THE ' ' JOLIET SKJNAT.: Ts published every Tuesday morning -on vyiucago-siFeet, tKmet, ti. Terms. Two Dollars perannum pay. able in advance, or 82,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One Square, (12 lines or lees,) one insertion, " " . Each additional insertion, I mmttia 81," 0 25 3 " 12 months, , 5 HJrdinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will bei th is pape r unle s s accompaniedby the cash or some person personally known to the -editorsbecomingresponsibleforthesame. 03" All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. or .nt Rise? EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT THE OFFICE OF ! F. HARDING. Attorney &c. at Law, Wilmington, Will County Illinois. OduiUOli LITJLK, Attorneys and counsellors at Law and Solicit ors in oiiaocery Joliet, Hi; Office on Chic age ttraet, nearly opposite tbe Clerk's Office. Uai tycoon. . W. E. LiTTi. ELISIIA C. FELLOWS, ATTORNEY...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

ii ' nr- , rgo. 'Doihbfesit may, we regard the ....' i xiuuato as caving erleetuallv closed up tbe ranks of the northern de" "ocrnr against Van Bureniem out of New Tork, and as having thus given to Gen, Cass a certificate of the presidency! Thus, good has come out of evil acd -sbatno. Ffom ih Washington XTnion h Geo. Taylor ijoorant'; or aors tt hold tbe People in toniempt ! In the letter addressed by GenTaylor to Capt. Allison, he makes tbe following declaration: SI bpld no opinion which;I would not readily proclaim to my assembled coun. "tryrnen. Now, has the valiant General proclaim ed any opinion to his assembled country men," or to any portion of them, upon the great question invoked in the political contests of the country? One of the great issues which have ag iuted the country during the last twenty years, irthe constitutionality and expedi ency of a national bunk. At the present time, the party which has selected Gen. Taylor, with his qonser.t, for its leader and champion, ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

ro. fB tb'rt Us it may, we regard the doings' at Buffalo as baring effectual!? closed up the ranks ot the northern de" Jnr against Van Bureniem out of New Tork, and as having thus given to Gen. Cass a certificate of the presidency! Thus, good has come out of evil acd -abacie. , . . -. . From ihs Waihingtr ii tTnion Ii Gen. Taylor ijnoranf; or aors tt hold the People in contempt ? In the letter addressed by Gen. Taylor to Capt. Allison, he makes the following declaration:': l bold no opinion wbich:I (vould not readily proclaim to my assembled coun. "Tfvmen. Now, has the valiant General proclaim ed any opinion to his assembled country men,? or to any portion of them, upon the great question inrolred in the political contests of the country 1 One of the great issues which have ag itated the country during the last twenty 7?ars, irthe constitutionality and expedi ency of a national bank. At the present time, lha party which has selected Gen. Taylor, with hia--consent, fur its leader end...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

iehind biin, fcuttirig 4 the worst -jib'ase possible upon it, .by taking : Col. . Win's tote, and U county is nearly blrRtitred, if, then, Tit th9 head quarters of operations agftnit GeB.Casg, giving rbfe opposition ,the t bert-eljot? -possfbh?, 'ho rn'ajority can .be made dut. against him. what can be, .reasooably expected, taking the "whole State together No one, we think; can "deny that it will go decidedly for the nom intes of the Baltimore convention. ' A great many democrats in this region xrho are free territory men,and who pre. far Mr. Van Buren lor President to any other man, will vote for Cass ; and why ? bacause tbey believe that by casting a rote. for Mr. Van K-iren, they indirectlv throw it for Gen. Taylor ; and they would cut off their right bauds sooner than vote for, or contribute in any way, to the elec tion of .the great whig slavebolding and slavery extension candidate. They pre fer Gep. Cass a thousand fold over Gen. Tay!or,lecaus they know Gen.C. rs right on all...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 September 1848

auto Frxa iliclrartliest tVes:. ' We bad p;it into our bands a few days ;8go, several letters from Mr. II. Clamp, boll, tbrmerfa citizen! o( this place,: but for sotnei ten years a resident of Oregon. In fact, 'he belonged to the first-mission family which settled in Oregon, and has i-emajnedjhereTeYeif , since.. He . ujht .to understand something abouU.that coun try. His statements, whatever they are, in this respect, may be relied on. The letter now before us. is dated "Yil lamette, March 15,,X813 " - We .shall giro a hurried notice of its leading points. He remarks .with admiration on the great changes in' Oregon, and particularly : of the changes within the last year. He does not believe that a parallel case can be found of such rapid improvement in any new country. ThT amount;of ; wheat wbicb wfil be raised the present season, will be immense, and the yield to the acre greater than can be raised in the States. Grist and saw mills are becoming plenti ful U3 settlements .. advanc...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 September 1848

C. & C.ZARLEY. ; ; r- . THE JOLIET 8IONAL. Is published every Tgesdpy morning pn Chicago-street, Joliet, J11. , . Tbhms. -Two Dollars per annum pay able in advance, ot 2,00 if payment is delayed until tho end of the year. ' BATES, OP ADVEBTI8IKG. Vine Square, (12 Jilee or lee?,) one Insertion, ' , " -Each additional j , insertion. 81, 0 25 41 tH rnn,ha O ' " . " 12 months, , 5 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 No advertisements will beinserted in this paper unless accompahiedby the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same. OCrAU letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. BUSINESS D1RECTORY7 All RIND) . EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH AT TUB OFFICE OF B. F. HARDING. Attorney; &c. at Law, Wilmington, Will County Illinois. OSGOOD & L1TTLB, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solicit ors in Chancery Joiet,lli, Office on Chicago Street, nearly opposite the Clerk's Of&oe. Cai CXiG...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 September 1848

'lional degradationithe writhings of liberty it clf,aid the untold, countless miseries which would result to humanity from an event so incomprehensible dreadfulwE -are wot prepared to say that we will in-, cur all these' evils rather tban permit a few thousand slaves to be transported vfrero one pattef the country to, staotber even though that other by now exempt from the curse. Whoever is prepared to say this, and pledge himself to it, is a Free "Soil man without condition. Such a man -we know where to find. There is no ball -way work about him. Having made up his. mind, there is no - further use for the exercise of reason. ,He has "calculated the value of the Union," and found it Toothing; or -so little, that a question as to ihe social organization of a part of one of its frontier appendages, far transcends 'it in importance. Ab, infatuated man 1 If the spirits of Washington and Hancock, of Franklin, Jefferson, Adams, and a host of warthies who acted with them, behold your heartl...

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