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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 19 September 1848

FACTS AND FIGURES, ; in-aU-ge&e&efeclida'a It is weiitb to know ijtattrfg;about tb jigiires, nt ' tuch knowledge fs at tiftres, "fextrenwlj Wful in repljrltijf to the wiad'arganienta 'of politicians wfco Vferrik.uiftt tte'ir selfish 'wisher should fee die 'will 'of the people. Here are some figures made up from facts, the truth of which noift but 'a bold whig will gainsay: ! - Cass. ' Maine, ; . y' 9 N. Hampshire, 6 Pennsylrania, 26 Virginia, 17 ;S. Carolina, 9 'Georgia, 10 Ohio, 23 Louisiana, 6 Florida, 3 ltf ississippi, 6 Indiana, 12 Illinois, 9 Alabama, 9 Missouri, 7 Arkansas, 3 Michigan, 5 ,i6wa, 4 Texas, 4 "Wisconsin, 4 TAYLOk. Rhode Island, New York, New Jersej, ' Delaware, Kentucky, 4 86 7 3 12 62 . 172 . The Detroit Free Press things the following States doubtful, but ibinks that if Mr. Van Buren gets any of them, it will & Vermont and Massachusetts: fclassachusetts, . 12 Vermont, 6 onnecucut, o Maryland, 8 Wonh Carolina, 11 Tennessee, 13 ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 19 September 1848

. . - - - ' . Erening Leetnro of Hetty Jonei. , CONCEBMXO NEWSPAPERS. Well, Jones, you are a 'pretty fellow here you're come again as drunk as a biled owl, and you don,t know yourself from four dollar? and a half. The chtl-' dren are crying lor .breadtheir cloths worn out, and here I slave slaro slave the whole blessed day, till I have not a rag to my back, and what there-is, sticks as tight to me as the skin does to the Model Artists, old Mrs. Smith tells about. We must retrench! Retrench, indeed I'd like to see what you'd retrench about this house, except vittles and clothes,tnd I m'sure we've none to spare in them re pects. You would'ot want your own flesh and blood to go naked and hungry would you? You're too much of a man if you be" an old brute, Jones, for that. If you'd keep to your work, and mind your own business, be steady, and stop your drinking all day and spreeing all night, times would be a heap belter foi us you aint the man, Jones, you , was when I gave you my virgin...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 26 September 1848

tort;: r 1 c; v -. ,, '. - . - - ...... tr ti 7 57SJGAjtiC-J7-2 lit .v.I .arjici tvli.ir.iUT. -"ill . . - j.Tt t T T ., . ... -:-"-.. fertc.;' Icl v'i . ..-. - ... i . ,i ;. i C; 4 I r - JBYC.& (o;zAttLBV:: '' ' ' : i ' V f ' . ' 1 . ..... . . . : , S ! t I I I I I I I I I I I I I I II n I. -A I. IM I- JH : i I.'. w:.:-:,NUi,-iLLida. JJ, . I I VI JUL i - I - ' - ' iJ ,ll . ' ' J0L1ET SIGNAL'. ' Is puMitbed ererj Tuestf 'inorfiibg on CWcago-atreet, Joliet, fll. - Tebm8.--To Dollars per annum pay. able in fiance, q 2,fl0 If 'payraent ia delayed until the 'end of the year. u- f , '? ' - BATES- 6r ADVEBTIBIKO. Ono Squ3fe, (ItIlAe of lees,) 4 one insertion, ; TBI; ' ' Etfch dddltiortal rt or Wtion, $ 025 l months, : 3 - '12flionthl, : :5 Ordinary business cajds per ann. 3 . ', No advertisemeiits will be inserted in this paper unless accornpaniedhy the cash or some person personally knolvn To the, editortbecJfHiing responsibleforthe same. CAH letters addressed to the editors m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 26 September 1848

Ficm the 8t. Louis Union, hy Telr&mU. ARRIVAL DP THE EURGTEA. New Yobk, Sept. 14. Tbe steamer Europa, arrived to day from Liverpool, bringing seven days "la." ter advices from Europe. Tbe favorable representations of the crops in this country carried out by the United States, induced American descriptions oi breadstuff to be offered freeJy, affording large choice. Provisions moved slowly', with a disposition on the pari of holders to take lower prices. ' Wheat has declined 3da4d per bushel free and bonded. Sack flour is two shillings and barrel flour one shilling lower than last report. Ireland is quiet.. Lord John Russell made a tour of personal inspection through the country. Numerous arrests have been made in Manchester and the adjoining towns, of leading chastists five have been sentenced to fifteen months hard labor. At Kirkuale there ha3 been a serious riot in which the police officers were as. eaulted. Dr. McDowell, a chartist leader, has been convicted of using t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 26 September 1848

men trere4dlledf and;-ivtroqnedr'A rnong ibo wounded, "ard'Capt; Salmon, and "OldJM.WJlIiam' the piouotain. eer, whose aim f was badly shattered.The , latter, notwithstanding his wound, fought through the whole engagement. It is hoped that this fight will hare a good effect on the Indians, and deter them from their marauding excursions, " We hava good reason to believe that many, of their party were severely wounded. Gen. Price, was to evacuate Chihuahua on the 20th ult. a part of his troops are Already on the march to this place. He vi!l, no doubt, go into garrison here.and prepare to depart for the States as soon as the regular troops arrive. A public meeting has been called here 'for the purpose of disputing the Texas claim to this territory.It would amuse and instruct you to see the regular growth of politics in ibjs new estate, and bow certain men are endeavor ing to lead of in the race . ".of popularity. Lieut. Allen, "of your place, arrived here safe with his recruits, a' few...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 26 September 1848

Moral Conrage. r 'Have -the courage to discharge -a debt "rvhile ypu have the money ia your pock Ct. ? 'V. K - .;; Hare the courage to do without that "which you do not need, however - much our eyes may covet it. J Have'' the courage to'free .joot mind, when it necessary you should do so, and to hold your, tongue when it-rs prudent you should do so. , 'Have the courage to speak' to a friend in a "seedy" coat, even though ..you are in company: with a rich one, and richly attired. ', Have the courage to own that you are -poor, and thus disarm poverty of its sharp, est sting. Have the conrage to tell a roan why you refuse to credit him.' ' Have the courage to tell a man why1 .you will not lend him your money. Have - the courage to cut the roost a greeable acquaintenco you have, when' you are convinced that he lacks principle; a friend should bear with a friend's' infirmities, lut not with his vices. Have the courage to show your res. pect for honesty, in whatever guise it apjrs, an J y...

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

bvc;& c.zablev. " li"'" " ' Vfc?"l: : r : THE a twt r JOLIET SIGNAL. ;Is published every Tuesday morning on Cfclcago-etreot, Joliet, Jll. n TEBks.-7-Two Dollars per annum payable in advance, op 62,50 if payment is -delayed until tile end of the year. ' BATE& OP ADVEHT1SIKO. One Sqore, (12 llnea or leee,) -a6heT Insertion,' 61, r-.- ' Each additional n -rvi;-n ... . rQor;, i ui -tt aa w v va.p months, 3 -12. month?, 5 AT Ordinary busincsscardsper ann. 3 r No'ddertisements will be inserted in t'this paper unless accornpantedby the cash cr some person pcrscm-ally known to the editorsbecoming responsibleforthe same. tt"All letters addressed to thoeditors must be Post-paid, or they will notreoeiv'e attention. j jaUSISVESS DIRECTORY. OP ALL KINDS "EXECUTED WITH NEATNESS AND DI&ATCH ; fc AT THE OFFICE OF r- '..trass ag3sy&i&, 7 i - D. F. HARDING. : ' Attoumey &c. at Law, Wington, Will County Illinois. I OSGOOD &amp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 3 October 1848

JOLIET SIGN AL. JOLIET, ILL. IJciiiocralic Ticket. begulab nomination. ' Foh Pbesident, ' -" . LEWIS CASS. Fon Vice President, W. O. BUTLER. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS. M E IIOLLISTER, Fekhis Forman, S S Hates, Lewis W Ross, VVm. Mabtin, C Lansing, Julius Manning, VV J Ferguson, II M Vanpeveer. DEMOCRATIC RALLY I . There will be a democratic meeting at the Court House, in this place, on Monday evening the 9th inst. Several able 'speakers from abroad are expected to be prosent, and among them M. E. Uollister, Esq., the Presidential Elector for this district. As the day of election is close at hand, we trust that democrats will not fail to meet and form the necessary organiza. tion for the contest. Freemen, who believe in our National constitution as in tcrpreted by Jefferson and Jackson, are requested to attend. Let there be a general turn out of the friends of the democratic National candidates Cass and Butler. If each democrat will perform his duty, and evince a due interest in the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 3 October 1848

I y- i:ol cow about to inquire, got at tho'head cf every abolition paper In the country as abolition candidate for President. Now what I would like to know is. by what cystem of legerdemain that name has been" hauled ' down and that of .Martin Van Jiuren run up in its place? And here we are reminded that the Buffalo convention has adopted a new platform and by its committee of conferees by the pledges of Mr. Benjamin F. Butler that Mr. Van Buren would adopt their platform, the magic wand has been applied to John P. Hale he has been nosed out of his place, and theman who has always been styled euch en" a rch magician ' has been able quietly to take his place. But the Buffalo Platform," they tell us has enchant, ment about it. And what is it. : To. lay the foundation of a national party, it should grasp at subjects commensurate with ihe territory, and objects proposed to bo effected. Is this the character of the Buffalo platform. Suppose you inquire of them their opinions upon a natio...

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

. r . . . ' i . ; ; ; i'Trm the Dmni rsi;. 'V .Tif rhiladclpliia Catec&isffi.; Who announced to the Mexicans that Paredf 8 had proclaimed war, and that "we had coma to obtain indemnity fur the p6t epd 'security 'for tho future? Gen. Taylor. ' iHetl the War the President's war, and pronounced it unjust and unholy, and aided and comforted the enemy f The . Whigs. . v Who advised the advance of our army to th-Hio-Grande in October, 1815? ,jh. , Taylor. '.'V" ' ' ' Vho ra'y 3 the boundary between the UniteU-Staiesand Mexico ought to be the Sierra Madre ? Z. Taylor. Who declares that Geo. Taylor was nominated by the Whigs of the free States, and that ikey might bare prevented it? George Acbrnun. ""'", Who raised a blade flag and tolled the ' Court House belt when taey heard of Taylor'auomination?.. The Whigs' of ElynaTOhio" ' Who felt lik doing the same thing? The Whigs of New England. - Whose words are thes "In no case can permit rnyselt to be the candidate of any party ? Za...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 October 1848

' wiii'ni" i, i iiini niL'i" """ ' ' " ' "' "" " ' " 1 " - i r I: .i;C. PAULEY. ' s . -t - ;;rui . .-a. i . , , r. n ,t: . n , Jill- .-.-" L r - v . v r - t.Uil. r " - ' ' ."i. fw-J r. si.; -en CUcc-o-streot. Jnllni tru . r f Etrebt, Jolielll.Q I .te 'end of tho year. r.a Oquatc; (13 llaet or lees,) , ; fca-n. ltf3ertiDm!o'-r ...... j "fti 41 : Each. additional - ....... -i'-m ti Insertion'. months, i ,Y ;;.L:- 3 ..,,10 JTumary:DU8inesscardspei ann. 3 ; 1 No advertisements will be inserted in Uia paper unless accompaniedhy the cash (rvsoraa- person personally known to the fiaitorsbecotaing responsibleforthe same. ft,CAU letters addressed to the editors muU be: Post-paid, or they will not reefre attention! i i r J , , . y -1 -I3IJSarVES8 DIRECTORY, r-" .1 ' ' . r r lO V A Lf. KINDS lXJC..TED wTH NEATNESS AND DISPATCH ;A1,TIIE OFFICE OF og3 atatiB-yagaffi,' lex ,B. F. HARDING. 1 Attohkey dec. iT T. AW Wilmington, Will Counlv Illinois. 2., - - , 03 goo i) & j trri'L b, Atto...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 October 1848

1 Bernard Irigoldsby Geo W Biadley I nomas J Lang William Jacobs D M Burdick E Baker John R Kent jr Caleb C Chapman Joel A Matteson VJm'la'nVBoss lHT Stoddard 'Wm Mc Master -'John Cameron John D Hendersou Owen McManrib George Pumill ni R Whipple 'Martin Spelmen SehnWeiber John&erwin AfcBardy C K White llicbard D Lalor Micbeal Yake John Wellmaker Jacob Zumwalt Anthony Dane Robert H Mapps Charles C Smith James W Polk James Glynn J M Potter J B Hutchinson . Richard S Johrisdfc Antony 'Jdn'es tfohn'O'Cdrinefs Th&mas'O'Donnell Micb'eul'Gafiahe-r Antony. O'Marra XawerSchefwarz -"Cornelius McGee 'TirnotnyKelly John Dougherty Antony McValo J McGuere SamtellD SmltH George ' Weir C G Van Horn J B Scherraerhorn Reuben W Smith Nelson W Flack MBilsland C M Carpenter E W Loomis A W Bowen Myron Pierson George Snoad David S Smith G CPearscft Jobn Borland ThomasO'Conner ttoon ely VTftulbollan James Gallagher Daid Johnson A McDonnell 'John Williams Edward Wils Alicheal Hubby S...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 October 1848

..T&a'Lt(SBlof t TTrttt.:.. nk told flttftti ti. it- tw- i - F-" - to w HHn infirnn w US Pet lift tit; Whigs. 11 Our democralicTriepds should put the quwtiona direct to tS'eir .whig neighbors rr1 en. , Tajlor in 'kyor , a National , Enk?: It he in favor of aHigh Tariff? I8 7 ew "-ir canuiaate Will not fell Trfcat he Is or what he adrocates eaxe laeta own ill; Give 'em Jessie. ft . felrKeep it ; before tha while Cas voted thanks to Tajlor for his t?rvices in an honorable cause, the whigs tefused to vote, until they had ineorporamiu a resolution mat tne cause ..clihonbrable. : - i ... was " CIBCULAB.tJrrics of State Supebintendkt Common Schools. Illinois. ": Springfield, Aug. 28, 1848. iu : vviuuianuiug - position in which the educational interest of Illinois can be placed by proper and combined efforts at the present time, it is believed ( will stimulate school officers aud citizens t to 'a prompt and faithful discbarge of every , duty encumbent upon tbetn in the adran'ce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 10 October 1848

t, From the Cleveland Time$.j-j -ConrliLbnriit in Effigy Excitement''-in 4he Whis-.wam. , T r;: VM. tJdrwib, the traitor, was received yes. Yerday by the returned volunteers! . They hung his effigy in a tree within sight of tht stand where he was pouring forth his abuse upon the President and the -war, and there burnt it. It was dressed by VUlful hands in characteristic style. A full Mexican suit graced its frame, and the flag of Tom's adopted country waved Sn its hand. One of ToraY proselyte? rtfshed? forth from the ; stand with a saw in hia hand, and cut down f the , burning image, and came near being greeted with 'feloody hands to a hospitable grave!" The volunteers seemed unwilling that the vhigs, who had blackguard standards waving upon both sides of their stand, caricaturing Gen. i Cass and Col. Welter, should thus interfere - with the . free expression of opinion;' and the consetjuence was that the man referred to received some pretty rough usage The boys were out in their st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 October 1848

w ! - . ' if o ?- .. I . T- ....... m fw a m a a -a a as .- a -. a a - t - . - - - ' ' m r w -m 9 : a a -w a .a - I f I till H I M J I Ll I I I I : I. Er - J .. "IV 1 i -I Irc"M:rr:K rx I 1 - - g-' i V "r r ' ; ;, : fPLIET, ILLINOIS, OCTOBM: W VsVar ' ' s 1:2 ' " ' : :..y: :F"W--tfeet, Jolted III. i s 6 M 'r?. Dollataerahhum payable in prance, or 02,60 if pai fnifii i. Relayed uotiJ the end of llib yeai. vae Squate, (12 lines or leVs,) ' - ! ne-insertion, t vi. , 1 L4 -6 months. 12 month?, I 5, Ordinary business ?ar4s per anni 3 i No advertisements 11 be inserted in tnis paper unless accompaniedby the cash .Jrilu0?!"?11 Personay known to the ? JS!f?f, ?m,ng resPonsiblefor the same. "f letters addressed to the editors must be. Post-paid, or they Will riot 'reejTettentioii. I 1 susiirvesft DIRECTORY. KECOTEO WITH NEATNESS AND tilSPATCH L : B. F. HARDING. ATTOBBfEY &C. AT Law, VKtfininfont Tr77 County Illinbis. OSGOOD & LITTLK, Atlorn.yi and Couutallors at Law a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 October 1848

state has been enrolled conspicuouslyalong the democratic rolurmWholdingout to us the significant signs that, 1f zealous and active note, we shall be cheered with a triumph on the 7lh of November more'bril Jiant and glorious titan ever crowned our republican standard. A fatality may attend nolitieal That, happily, is not an ingredient in the creed of democracy. We must not re. pose upon our certain strength, or on the uprightness and purity of our cause, while a wily enemy is in ambush to fa I upon and destroy us. So, awake! friend; Awake to the contest now raging through the land. From ih Iiruoit Free Prers Ii Henry tlay IaTorable Is Geo. Taylor? Well, is he that's the question? We believe he is not, and we believe we can prove it. It is known that Gen. Taylor issued a manifesto, in which he said be would not withdraw his name from the canvass, whether he was nominated at Philadelphia or not that he would not withdraw for "Henry Clay or any other person." This is going further than...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 October 1848

: r ICAS3 AND BUTLfcR Democratic Sneaking; - 1 S Cornelia, laming; , l DexriotKitij .bahtiidAta for Sector 8b ft Sev-tlih Uditelal Cirtbit, address the MfOple ds fulld-Vs! v. Loraine, Kankakee upjje etafeioff. Monday 23d. at S o'clock. P. M. Iroquois or Concord, Tuesday 24, at 2 o'clock P. M. J V" . Milford, Wednesday, 22tb, at 2 o'clock f ' Midaieport, Thursday 26th, do r , Bourbon ia.Fnda) 27ib, 4 ilmington, Saturday 28th, do vEfetoi Mo&davSOlb, in the even! do do do 13aren8 evening of Tuesday -Manchester Precinct. Boon county, Wednesday Nov. 1st, at 2 o'clock P. M. itoscoe, at 7 P. M. Rockton, at 4 P. flf. on Tfaursd ay the 2d. - Rockford, Friday the 3d, In the even Sycamore, on Monday, the 6lh, at 2 oclock. , ; Mormon Temple in Ruins. . . Natjvoo, Oct. 9. Thta magnificent structure was observed to fee o fire in the cupalo, at four o lock, this morning. The building was totally consumed, leaving nothing but he naked walls. The fire i supposed ohave "been ihe att of an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 17 October 1848

) floating Gardens. A coFrespondent of the New York. 'Courier and "EnurreF, writing from Mex. tfeo, under date of July 23.1.1818, thus tpeakt of the celebrated "Floating Gar'dew nar that city: . , , f . "A party of ut, with Colonel II- 1V our cicerone, started , from., my 'quarters last Sunday, with baskets well laden with lb creature ofcomforts, for the canal.. A walk of three quarters of a mile brought u to thevChalcacanal, at a point 'where commences that most delightful! resort of the citizens, ' the Passeo de la S1; 1 :;. ' j -v: tt'tats canal, taking its rise at-Lake CJlalco, is the grand artery through which flows the products of the basin of .Mexico to the capital. It exiated before the con-., quest, is about forty feet broad, and, in its various ramifications until it' reaches Tezuco, is some sixty miles in length. V .&boutfive miles from the city, you; reach the old Indian Tillage of Iztacalco, in existence before the conquest, and the desinence of one of their...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 October 1848

'I . - JUl l , TTI i.i ox; .-ai :s;ot' j d ri Til edl woxla" d-AA.'i .nisi? -ir ' I ; - .'1vjm i - fC . It --- , . 1 S : ni r : i v .. i i . ii i t i i - a ? vv.---------- i ... v x. 1 i i i hi in Fi; oi i.r t i 4i VT , EiiMS.-r-'l wo Dollars pcramiu'hvpayeK.yed untlr'thend iH Vdferi . ,'-"J " r t, , o rnomns, .... ;3; rNq advertiseraentSyI inserted 7n VkSi (j8f unless acxjompaniedhy the casl) yr jjiiarv uusuiesscarosyeT aim. -o yT .otno person personally Known to the .R1! tti tph e c6'rfi?ftg r e s pon s h e fo r t h e s ahie . ?.6-.Vll letters afldrfess&d to tlt'e editor? ftfcs t he .' Post-paid , oV tbe 'Vil not re-! 1)1 R ECTORY. IT T4IE OFFICE OF "' B. F. HARDING. i Attorney &c. at Law, y Wilmington; Will County Illinois. f:iA- .pSliUOIl & LITILK, Attorpefsnnd Counsellors at lav and Solicitbrs iai haiicery ' Jo'iet. Ii, Office on Chicago 'itrsct, hearly opposite the C'lerk't- Offioe. t'Ufci ihoonn. -' W.'R. Litti.e - V : , ELISH A C. FELLOWS,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet Signal — 24 October 1848

JOLIET SIGNAL. aOLIETjILL. TUESDAY, OCTOggu 34,1848. Democratic Ticket. -BEOTC&B NOMINATION. Fob Pbesi dent, .1. E W IS Jt? A SS . J Fob Vice President, Wn O. BUTLER, POR PRESroENTUL ELECTORS. "M E Houusteb. awv .j m t FeBSXS FoEMAN, WM. 1UABTIN, C Lansino, 1 Jumu Manning, S S ; Haves, Lewis W Ross. W J Fehotjson, H M Vanpevebr. The Veto Ptwrr. . -Our enemies, the whig,vcre now "king efforts to -strike Hbh salutary and' populai feature 'from our national constu! tution. They do nut propose 'to accomplish it hy a proposition to amend the constitution, which is the only legitimate way, but byfins election of Gen. Taylor, pjo, they aver, is pledged in advance to abandon its exercise. The whig are tuu irjmg io overturn one ot toe most sacred provisions of the constitution the qualified negative given to the President. By mutilating and miaiepresent. sng this conservative provision of the con fctitutinn, ihey are slandering the memo riesofthe patriotic dead to whom the ccuntT...

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