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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 5 February 1861

AaT'OLD MAN'S SOJSG. FT T LlKS, I hare lirei. a f-w abort yenr Id thta bright world ofonra, I have went a ffw wl titvr, A ad tajt-d of H flower ; For on, wbt n ditrk ntn r..r Ha liunptipon my heart. And I've thonuht" . It. would it were The time fr u to nrt ! Jnat then. perhaps, a mttrer.in Aero-a my path voubt rtray, ' Aid, like the kw at morning. The gloom ha paased away. .Lhare known a few T hold Itatma hu nr-t we met; I lifiTv known a few wmwe gold lhia made them to f -rgff; And oft, when ponuVrhtg oer. How iNinki the r o IwTe run, I have thought, oh. tievr mure Can I put faith in irmn ! Jttt then, perlvirw, a tru" friend ArroM my putt, would trny( And like the d w f-f nn-riilttc Ihoae thochu have p-is-a-d away. Forgive 114 us we Forgive. Mr. V hili-fieU onue icLereJ Gv. Ogle thorpe, uf Gcorpin, xvLcn ubu.sirg hiasi-r rnt fur some niisuVmPunor, nix sayini: in ereat f Jcitenii-tit : 'The rn?-ca! shitll suffer fur if, fur he knows I never furivp eucli f.ffetie-es." "If jcu never f...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 February 1861

TBI JOLIET IIOBAL Faallshsd very Taesdav.oa Jenersoa Btreejoltet, WillOoaaly.lUlBols. C. & C. ZARLEY, Thbi sf SubserlpHlem " Oeayear.la advaoca, ' If pud wtthia the year, If aol paid witbla tha J Mr, - $150 2 00 - 40 i Subscriptions for a period leas thaoa year.wlllba ' Kiinl on hrai proportioned to theaboveaaraesrates ' Hoob.eriptio will b discontinued antll eirarrasr :" ..r.p.id,.xc.pt.tth. optionof the publishers tte.smu.t be pre-paid toiusoreattentioa . BVIIIEX CARDS. TIUs II. M4RS1I. Attorney and Counselor alLaw ...Sllcli..riaOh.ncery. Ornci io. JefTers-in street, Jollet, Illinois. ' -iirx C. 000DHUB, Attorney and Counselor t W Law. Offlce on Jeffersoo St., (over Mrs. K saga's Millinery Store,) Juliet. Illinois. ufttf C"1 8. THOMAS, M. D., rhysician and Surgeon X , offers bis proiessional servir-s to the citizens of Juliet anil vicinlt. Ofaca So. "7 Jefferson St.. orer H. Blarkmaa's Dru Store, opposite the Court House, ftasMsnce on Esstren Avenue, In J. r. Orosirs llouie Jl...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 February 1861

a - Tlie Vole or a Patriot. The position of Senator Douglas having . bin mietate'd by the Memphis Appeal, in t a late issue of that Journal, the following letter of correction was addressed to its editor.. 'We would ask our Republican frier.ds who ure not caodidates fur offico nd desira the vi tea of Abolitionists to care fully peruse thU important letter from our Senator. And may th people heed its advice, and politicians everywhere emitate its noble author in endeavors to stave off dissolution nnd civil war. Washington Cut, Feb. 2. 1F61. Messbs. Edit bs: 1 have this moment read with ainnxeinent and editnral in your paper of the SOtti ultimo, in which you as sume that t am favoring the immediate wtthdrewel of the remaining StRtes from the confederacy, ax a peace measure, to vert the horrors of civil war, and with the view of a reconstruction on a constitu tion a I basis. I implore you, by all thoro kind rela ' tions which have long ex;sted between us, at.l which I still chtrish wit...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 February 1861

TUe Voice or a Patriot, The position of Senator Douglas having been mtstate'd by tfi Memphis Appeal, in late issue of that Journal, the following letter of correction was addressed to its editor.. We would ask. our Republican friends who ure not candidates for office and desire the votes of Abolitionists to care full; peruse this important letter fromnur Senator. And msy the people heed iis advice, and politicians everywhere emitate its notle author in endeavors to stave off dissolution and civil war. Washington Citt, Fch. 2, 1FC1. Messbs. EbiT' as : I have this moment read with amusement and editoral in ynur japer f the 30th ultimo, in which you tir ume that 1 am favoring the immediate -wtthdrawel of tiie remaining States from the confederacy, as a peace measure, ti vert the horrors of civil war, and with tiie view of a reconstruction on a constitu tionnl basis;. I implore yow, Vy all those kind rela tions which have so long ex'stcd between ue, ar.d which I still cherish with ro - ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 February 1861

THE MARKETS. J alia t Price Current, m vUC'l eo. . 11. 1881. WiufVIMir.firtuk. BprtngipObnia. Oat per bash Cms- tb r per buh. balled, per limb. fioi pur bbl. Buckwheat per bond. Potato per bnin. Union per bush. ., eR per bush Beef '-per band Park per hand. Butter per pound. Ctieeee per ponod. Egg par doxen. Wod per cord. Of.il TO 7u 75 lVa 00 S7t 00 00 6 Htm. M 2 oa oo rfii i& 0r 75 8 6'-Xa5 00 4 fXa)h 60 1 14 1 U s S0f$4 o CIIFRCII DIRECTORY sKlt VIC'KS. St'SDAV MiTlosise BrtcortCHUxcn. Iter. W. B. Slanghtrr Pastor. Honrs ol worshiping a. ., anil J p.m. 0,oauiTinaL Chchch. Rm- John Kldii, Pastor. Hour of public worship 10J i. ..aitd S4 r. M. Bent Ctrttilic ClR-aCil, Ri-v. P. Farrelly, pastor. Honrsofpuhlic worship ..,10U t... and 3 r.u BFl-H-ir.L Cmcu-h. K. John Wilkinson. R'CMr, Hour of pnhlic worship lu! , J..an.l 'i P. at. Wadneeday lOa.al., Mornlne Praverand Litany. aUrtlsT Caua'cH. He. C. Button, Pastor. Uoure ol puMicor.l.iplM-..andJ " lata Ro CaTHnucCtier-eii, Rev. J. Ra...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 February 1861

SPIRITS OF THE DEAD. It is beiui'lful belief. That ever round our head Are hovering on noiseless wing, The spirit of th dead. It Is beautiful beli.f, Whoa nnihing oar career, Tbet it will be our destiny To witch o'er other her. JTto lend Bioral to lb flower. Breathe wUduni on the wlud, To hold commnue, at night' tore noon. Wllb the Iniprisoued mind. , To bid tbe erring ceeie to err, 1 ' Tbe trembling be Forgiven, To bear away fiom ill or clay, The infant to ile beavea. Ah! when delight waa found In life, An'" Joy in every breath, I cannot tell now terrible, The mjstery of death. But now the past !s bright to me, And all tlis luturetleur; Pur 'tis niy faith that after death We ttill shall linger here. An Incident In tlic Trial of a Turkish l'aslia. An incidcDt in tlie trial of Ahmet Pasha will serve to ebow the depth of liis treacb try bdJ tlie Uacknesa of Lis own heart : "Why did you allow this wholesale min der of the peopfo of tbe Sultuu'ti city 1" aid Fnad I 'usba. " To punibh 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. — 19 February 1861

aVillat Slfssal R Awartl.l, 03aBaraieilaaorlaByaBaisjartloa. tl a ivacta aubsrattat inacrti . - . 1 1 OnscoloBia,tslsB.oat . ... .11. Ooa alt Ualf twslra " . , . " TV " BIX ' . . " OnrSnraaaysar, . . A rarS alliassorlaasas fsar, - .' V "' C& C. ZARLEY, . 1 ... ' " ' - .'' Illtlll 1 fllHIHOM 1 Paatlshsa vary Tuesday, a JaflaraoB Bticrt Jolfst, Will Oaat7,llltaoia. J $140 2 00 J 60 Jnkriponifor porlod ! tlian a ysar.wlll b ' tcstved n turms proixwtlooed to tlisaboTaBBmsSrate ,". Ilo4alcrlptloBwilHdintindoiHll allarroai ss sr. aiUl.xcapt option of ths publisher , jwlJutxtmutl b. pre-paid toiaaareatuntioa . igiUEII C1RDI. Til 14.11. MAR3II. AttncByaad Coanartor at Law an.l Sol icitar ia Chaacrjr. Orrici No.'JV JenerajB etres, Jolla. Illinois. "irM. C. (JODDHOK, Attorney and Coniwlor at . Law. Ota.-. on JrrTnrson ft., (ovsr Mra. Ksva axil's Millinery Store.) Juliet. Illinois. ' ntf Ct 8. THOMAS. M. D., PliTstclna and Surgsnn j". offers his STnlrssl.iiial ssrrirwi to the citiruua of J...

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 February 1861

Lincoln at Cleveland. Cleveland. Feb. 15. The LiDCola party left Pittsburg in a smart shower this morning amid enihosi- , Ratio plaudits of great numbers who lined . the track for a long distance. ' 'At Rochester the got on tie Cleveland and Pittsburg road, and at Wellsville took a new engine beautifully decorated. ' AfSahneville and Da yard crowd had assembled in the rain and mud, Mr. Lin coln merely bowing. At Alliance an elegant dinner was given by Mr. McCulIuuh, Presiilant of the , road, and a salute fired, smashing win dows, including one at which Mrs. Lincoln at. Durreft dinner ae elegant company of Zouaves stood guard, and a bnnd play- . Ing national airs. Tbe train also stopped tit Ravenna and llodson a few rmniwt, which pluees were alive with people, nd much enthusiasm was manifest.. Tbe entire Tarty are under many obli gations to the President of the road, Con tUrfr Hansel I, Tit-Vet Superintendent F. - it. Myers, and in fact all cmnected with the. road showed the utmost k...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 19 February 1861

" WW w we. .mwww f " '" j THE MARKETS. Jollet PrieeCarreat, JOList.Fsb. 1.UM. . What- Wlntsr. per bash Spring, par baah. ' Oat per bash ' Cm IB the ear per bash. shelled, per buh. 1 flcm per bbl. 1 Backwheal per bond. 3 Potatoes per bush. DtloM-Hrkaili. Baku per bath ' sW pr hand Pork per hund. "attar per poand. Ctmsa pnr pound. Em-PrdB.a. - Wood per curd. 9011 00 7uh U 6rd 00 24 00 xtios UO AeOlgesO gOSJ00 la 1ft ;iha 75 tOi T SiOidiAOO 4 6oc0 lift) 14 IA 12 1 SO04 H kmoHR SrisOTAiCBtmcn, Rev.W. B. Slaughter Pastor. Hoars ot worship 10"$ A. n..aaU7 r.M. ".M3ATioal Cause-. Bev John KI.U. Pwinev Uoarf public wonhip lOtf A. M.and 24 r. u. Tlmmn. CAtaouo Cstscn.-Ry. P. Family, PasUnv ' Hoar.ofpabllcwor.hip A ,Ji A....ndS . eisror.L Cause-, lie. J'" Wilkinson, Recti-, ftonrs of p..Uic worship 1H . ...nd 7 r. a. Wsdaesday 10 A.M., Morning Pl-ayeraod Litany. "l,m,t CauacB, Rev. C. Button, Pastor. Hoars of I pablleworiliipl0V4 "MandJ - Romas 0AtaoucCHi'mna,-eT. J.Baiich.Pe. , lor. Hoars 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. — 19 February 1861

1 i VEavBaaMBVBaBaBiaBBBiaaBBaaaaa ii I . Mi v t WRITB OFTKS. , ' ICrita to in often, ' r "W rita to mi t ry ooa- t '""Letter lf ma are dearer .0 Than loTtient fluwert In June; They are affection! touches, C; Utcbliu f fiMiuULipV Ump, r 3 r r ; J hit .a? around Uw Lrnrt-itrria j ; --'' Like ire fliea io tha dtutjp. TTrUe to me Tery oft en, w rife in the j.t.vfu morn, , at tlHfi ltM ef weniug v 4 M .wn nil the d.ij U .rou. . .i, V Then, th -tam are beaming Bright on the azure nky. Vhn through ihefdiriR f.rct Cold Uie wild nipd- cigH. v.. Dra- up thy Utile tnM ' "v ' ' ' Cloee to the tire and write. TV rite to me arn fn the pt'm'.ng, , Je-TileteioeUratDtcliU ' - " Write to me Tery oft. ; - Letters are-nnka Mmt tdrnt ' t TmThfnl hrart fo ear h other, Vclferinc Hi i nil to mind, (Sir hit; to k'ndly ej irite. ltf atvltriie Wl'i:t. - ' - If jrtt would atreiiKtheti fi U ftd-hlp, kvtvr ttrget to write! Eternal Youili of the Ocean , , UDU (lie Mi y. ,., ,- t Tlie Chieoco .Imnual saja ! "Ther...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 February 1861

. i : fit a JOlilBT ilOSAt, ( '. : PeellahsJ rerrToeaciej ,e JeSerso BtreajoUet, Will Ouoat,Ulleols. : - ' '" '' ' C. i C. ZARLEYr 1 , i .,. -vr.- gslISSS 111 FMrilHOHr iv-4 TolUt Slft-.al BUM or Aatworttalaar 0s,mar.10Ua.ao Uesae lasortlaa , acai aau.ru, neat taeerti . , Z One column, twelrt moat . . . . One " an ... " . . . Half x twalva . r .. u . .... OneSifnare-ow. year, . . A card o!4 Uneaorleoaiaa year, . e aa 1 .1 :l.r:- v t : J - V 1 sJ" , $10 -. II 00 - a 6o ( ao( pia witala tue yr i . , i ! j..r will ha lofcarripiioasiora " --- ' . . .Wv.4 oa s."e prpo.lt4 to tlie.boTen.me.rete. ....l,.Hia eareptatllie option of tbe publiliere ,V325!J.rSli Pd tolare.Ue..ioa. - BVIISEIi C.RDI. TIDS.U. M It II. Attorney an Counselor StLsw and Solicitor In Chancers. , j orrtc.-Xo.S9 Jeflers-m ilwt, JoUst.Tllliiols. , iirM c. UOODIIUB, Attorney ana Counselor ..W OfnoeonJefT-rson St., (over Mrs. Keya- Bach's illlnry Store,) Jouet.lllinoia. n9tt - . vitnui M n PhTilclin and Snrxeon ( T. offere ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 February 1861

a LATEST mOM EUROPE. arrival or Tiro steamships. THE AMERICAN CRISIS IN TEE V, , . BRITISH PARLIAMENT. v; . New York, Feb. 21. Tbe Bteamer Kanga roo arrived thie morning, with Liverpool dates via Queens town, of the 7 tb, one day later than by the Fulton. Advices unimportant, ' Both Ilouses of Parliament voted addrea 'ses responsive of the Queen's speech. An amendment in tlie Commons, calling on the government for Reform bill, wns rejected. ' The Parie Monileur confirms the estale- , ment of tbe cession to France of Mrteur nd Roqoebrone. Tbe Jara took out the inauguration of Parliament and tbe Queen'a speech, ' In tbe House of Lord", Earl Sefton mov ed an address in response i the speech. ' Derby said the address needed no smend- ' ment. Notwithstanding sundry omissions in tbe speech, be regarded reference to the : United States as tbe meet important topic, and said every one viewed with tbe deepest regret the e ( ta in that country, on which the manufacturing interests of England s...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 February 1861

, .,,,. Pom jour. , 1vtBrk.Tax. R Daly. 4; A, 4 I JW M Shields ' . t T 11 11 W Bun S do 4t bt Jeediel,S F Rougher do 44 es-T ILIS 1M )t W Baa bob 1 m . 10 4a 14 I.kMU, i 1 to 1 M Oaatrp do 44 LotBlVTax Unk 14 1 70 IS ' 4 00 ges ,T 10 M i KlDf 1 S7 Margaret Mc- Mellea SS Cagwia . 40 0 P ellow undU S 41 JlUm 4 4a B Ingoldaliy 4 do J Ingordsby 1 4a S 00 It M 14 74 0 CBoot tKTiaw airrnoTo nut. Lot.Bfk.Tu. j McfllitrU - ;of 3 2 SO W4K ol b do do 1 SO T Oipeuter 4 do 8 00 ' aUilli" of Lot 1 i Lot.Brk.Tax. 11,11,11 44 184 Cnk 14,14 80 Mslcom A Mraixr 7 r Noo i do 44 64 64 do 67 34 84 U 47 1 80 J 40 44 So 18 18 18 3 CO 27 22 04 23 P Kelly eU iocs a. FSeberiageubt S JaeLerrica do ' 1 A Matuson do J Kinney b lutl 7 do - V Holme S 4 I, Suwrt do (m nemniond KHockcreUdo 30 1 70 74 SO IS M K Wilcox iU seme t w 5 Uuk 4. t Malor 9, 10 do Uok lK K II Wbita 4 do J II llardeog- do do 71 74 73 74 do 74 do 76 4.S Carpenter 4 It Porter 4 C Bartloo rrfch woni ag'l S -j I Wei 4 J Io joldaby . , Mi II K Stv...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 26 February 1861

- ASriRATIOS "OF'TOr-tM" niier, MgW.Vtil 'wVciimb: " "J tip the mount cf glory. That our names may live through, time, i ln'uni'.cocnU-y' ati ; Happy, when her welfare calls, He who cnqners, be who falls. Dff per, deeper li as toil, f-, r- Id the urine tf Inowledgef Nature's wealth and earning spoil, Win from school arid college; DcUe we there for richer geros,,,.. Than the rturs of diadems. " , Onward, ; onwunltnay wapaga, t -'Through the path of duty ; Virtue is true happiness, Ecellencfi. true beanty ; " Minds are 'jf celestial birth : .Make we, then, a heaven upoo eartb. Closer, closer let us knit Heart and hnndrf together, "Where our fireside cnmfurtg git, r 'Jn tb-;vriWt weather; , O, they wander wide, who roam For the jty of lifti, from Lome. ; ,Xarer, ncnrer, bands of love, , , Draw l or R"uU in union, To nur Father's botio ohuve, Tu tbtt saints eonimunion t ' Thither, ev'ry hope acond. There, mey all our labors end. ' 1 Knowing too Much. J)urir g tt! Stleiolstration' of ..1...

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 March 1861

. vTHI JOLtET HOHit7.''" ' "obllahed very Taesdey , a JefleriOB Strert Joliet, Will CoaBtv.llllaole. ... ( f ', ' C. 4. C. ZARLEY, 1 ' ' IVORS ' Ttiai f beertptlam Oneyear.la advaBce, - - . ! . ' J U Said within the year, " J ? if not peM wltlila the year, - See SabesrlptloBsrora period 1" than Teer.wlllbe teelved ob terma proportioned to theaboveoarocdrates ,f.aTaoe.x.ptatthe Vnot the poliHabers V-L' P"1""u 10 H""eoa . flVIIKEII CARDS. Tini.n. MRSH. Attorney nd Counselor at Law a.,,,1 Solicitor in Chancery. rOrnci-'-No.M Jeffenwn etreet, Jollet,IlllnoIe. WM. 0. OOODIIUI!. Attorney (nil Counselor t Law. Ofllce on JarTsreon St., (over Mrs. Kara teen's Millinery Store,) Joliet, Illinois. . .... n9tf vj-i THOMAS. M. T.. Fhvslclan end Snrjreon X, oftra hie professional nrvire to tbe eitizene of (Juliet ead vicinity. Office Io. 77 Jenereon St.. orer B. Blackroaa's Drug Store, opposite the Court House, HosHeace on Eaitrea Arenne, in I. y.Qrosli'e Hon we. jlcf) Juliet, Illlnoie. trr W TIII...

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 March 1861

A New Law to Prevent Illegal Toting. ' The following is the act passed at the recent session of our State Legislature, and which is now a law : AN ACT to Provide for Ascertaining the Qualifications vf Voter, and to Prevent Illegal Voting. AVuEKEA", The right of suffrage is the highest privilege of the citizen, and should lie guarded with proper vigilance aguiust iuli usiou and fraud ; tor the purpose, there fore, of ascertaining the person who may tie entitled to vote at the several electrons held under the laws of this State, and to prevent illegal voting thereat: Be it enacted bg lhe people of (he Stale of Illinois represented tit lite Ueneral Assent llg: Sec. 1. That to constitute residence un der the Constitution and election laws of the State, a permanent abode is necessary, and at all elections, general or special, held . in eny town, city, district or ward, every person offering to vote who is not person ally known to the Judges and Inspectors of Election to have such permane...

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 March 1861

THE MARKETS JollotPrleoCnrront, : t Jguit. ltarehi.Ua. WlllT- Wlot.r.per bub Spring, per bush. Oatper bub - Cess -in the ear per bush. 114, per besb. J viva. pec bbl. - Buckwheat per bond. Potatoes per buih. Unions psr bnsh. Baana pr bush -Bisf par hand Park par hand. Butter per pound. Cheeeo per pound. Bgg par doaen. Weod percord. . - ; . eossioo TOtd) 80 1fWJ 00 00 iofa) 00 S04M 20d)3 00 lias 15 TOO 7i Oft 78 S SQ'gb 00 Wsipi 60 12u 11 1 0 12 s og oo CHTJRCH DIRECTORY SUNDAY . aSKUVlCKS. ilataMT KancorAiCaonco. Rbt. H. Crew, Pa. Wr. Hour, ol 1p10HVb""mV OdweustTtiMai. Coc,-K'-Jh Kldd Paator, Uouraof public worship 0A .-." - Br..f public .hip ., ftf-'"r-" r.soorsL Ci,inc,-. John Wilkinson, l-ector, Honrs of public worship 10$ , .,nd V T. Wednesday 10 ., Morning Prayerend Litany. B. ? CttS-" H- C Button. Pastor. Hour. of public worshipl0V,-n.,and7.M. . flikiT, Rons. 0TocCucH.-Ra. J lUncn Pat k tor. Uour. of public worship 10U u "d Visivtasxusr Cmiaca, Rev. O. A. "Inner, Pastor. lleu...

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 March 1861

TAX BALE HOTICE. ' ' Couicroa. Omn, ' ' Joliet, Feb 28, lt;L ( TkTTBETC KOTIPa I hereby given that tu pursuance 1 of an- artier of the 6otnmon Conoctl of tbe city of Joliet, Bad on tbe ttth dry of Feb the eulacrllier will aa the auth day ef March WoT, eoaieae raring at the boar af tea o'clock A. St, at the aasce the Coart Hon, In aid city, veil at politic anctioa the smallest portion of lota, parts of Ma aod real estate, heieinaftcv deacrtb. ad, (to be taken from the Kaat side thereof.) fur which ay person will pay tlio aunis respectfully set opposite to each, being tlx taaea liiinil tbaronn by the Com awa Council fur tha several purposes named far be nanicipal year 180H, together with tha expense at tending the aale, to-wit: Lands lying without t). City Llmite for School Pur poses, Biatrkt o. 1. Bee. T. R. Tax. Michael RnfMi ivarnvarlD B4-100 tltqrii ur S 10 eawia tea a li u e ,r i do aama a e qr u w ,r do do do C 8 Van Horn a 21a. c.fo a.,tnluta n e qr a e ur do du do Beit nT6Ha f...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 12 March 1861

. , TUB JOliIET I10JH, PaVlUhad . vary TBasdsj , as JaawsoB rsct J diet, Wui Oiaats,llliala. C. ,& C. ZARLEY, ; ttitoii raines . firai f Bwbscrlptlom 0yr,l advanes, - If paid within tha sar, . -' rf bo paid witbiB tha year, $1S0 . i 04 Z SO ' ' - .inin.. rr noriod loss than a jear.wlllba , it.if.doi urms proportioned to thaaboTanamedratas. SosobserlptlMwmbadiscontinnadnBtll 4.rm.W..copttth. option of th. publishers 'l 0oalNK8SCARDa. " trims. II. MAR9IT. Attorney and Counselor at Law 1 and Solicitor in Chancery. ,onea No.l Jefferson street, JoUet.IUInolB. . IffM. 0. O'WTjnCB, Attorney and Counselor at V I-- Offlceon JenVrson St., (over Mra. Kasa - gaga's Mlillnery Store,) Juliet, Illinois. ntttf r4 TIIOMAS. M. D.. Phvslclan and Snraeon i IT. offers hla prolessinnal erTirs to the citizens of i Johsi and vicinity. Office So. 77 Jefferson it., over 11. Dlarkniaa'n DruK Store, opposite the Court House, ResMeoce aa Eaetren Avenue, in J. r.uresirs House. ,' Cltf) Joliet, Illinois. r 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. — 12 March 1861

COXCKESSIOXAL. Washington, March 7. ' Sew An. The YicePresident laid before the Senate a letter from Mr. Chace resign in:; bin seat aa Senator from Ohi, and ask ing him to have the goodness to make thise known to the senate and tne governor 01 Ohio. On motion of Mr. Lane, a copy wag or dered to be furnished to the Governor of Ohio. The Senate then resumed the considera tion of Mr. Dixon's resolution, that there be printed the usual number of the Presi dent's Inaugural. Mr. Wigfall said that as Mr. Dougtas yesterday had entered into a discussion of the meaning of Mr. Lincoln's Inaugural, it was proper that his (Mr. W.'s) con structioo of it should also be given to the country. It was impossible for an admin istration dealing in generalities, whether glittering or not, to give peace to the country. It is a fact that seven States have withdrawn from the Union, entered into a compact and formed a government Though the fact is not officially announ ced, the whole country know that the re...

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