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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 17 November 1846

r . -. . . . .-t t-i iJ-;;--:--. Tll--vf " j '3 V) 7 ;;;::;byc.&1c;zarley. - . ft . JQL1ET, ILLINOIS, NOVEMBER 17, 1810'..; VOLUME 4, NUMBER 23. U i '9 m :1 i ! . ' " c - - THIS. ' " , , JOLIET SIGNAL. , tl..Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. - Terms. Two Dollars per annum pay Able in advance, or 2,50 if payment is "delayed until the end of the year. i - RATES OF ADVERTISING. f One Square, 1 insertion, .. , Si, 00 ' "' -Each additional Aor- . - . . insertion, . 1 . ' '';' 6 months, . . 3 50 tt j2 mont,gt 5 00 ' Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 00 No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally Known to tne cditorsbecoming responsible for the same. ' KT All letters addressed to the editors ! must be Post-paid, or they will not re- ceivo attention. BUSINESS DIKE CT0IIY. - JOB PKIN TING ' CP ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, I: ' .-o- .AT TUE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. .,,.JOHN COMS...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 17 November 1846

TIic KanfCJk Exp.Mlllian. Camp Kauvgo, iov. i.-,t, 184G. Charles H. Lakpxiier, Dear Sir: Ford's littlo force of brave men are now encamped around the cele brated temple of the Mormons. We have "about 200 men; divided into five small companies, to-wii ; Captain Hopkin's Ar Can tain Head s company of infantry, (both from McDonough county,) and . Captain HanerclafPs company from Beardsiown. We arrived at Carthago on Wednesday Jast about one o'clock ; the Governor and t ' wtioioiiijg vi ur tu armed men, one mile in advance of his troops. As soon as the Governor and guard rode up to Mr. Hamilton's Hotel, - he was introduced to General Brockman, ! and several others of tho leading military officers of the late 'Anti-Mormon forces, wcie pointed out. Governor Ford talked to these men. in a firm and decided tone, as the Executive of the State should. "He gave them to understand, in plain Ian guage, that b.13 object was to re-establish law and order in Hancock county, and protect the prescrib...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 17 November 1846

' "Correspondence of the Baltimore Patriot. SANTA ANNA'S PASS. Washington Oct. 17. 1846. , iV ' The Now Orleans Tropic and U. S. uazctto, a o i iicussmg tne grave anu im. '.. , portant question involved in the free pass of Santa Anna and Almonte, the present Generalissimo ot the Mexican army, and the president of the Mexican Republic, throcgh thcAmeiican blockade into the port of Vera . Cru z. - . Santa Anna was an exile, residing at iiB.uiiua., 119 uau ucen uanisoea irom Mexico because ho was a tyrant, and had '- trampled the constitution of his- country under his feet. Ho has impoverished the .Mexican nation, but had so managed his operations as to make himself the master ;and owner of untold riches. His con duct towards the Tcxans richly entitled him to a halter, and which would have (graced his neck in 1846 but for the tin accountable leniency of Gen. Samuel sv k mmmm k a. w m i t . t Houston. All Texas abhorred him, and all tho United States had ought to ha7e done so. , No man ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 17 November 1846

J. 1 I! Ll'V'ini tlo llor.g Kong !:-ti-i,r, Jn. c 17th. Pin A r'V llrfflilful ) 'it il rrli! tr rr-r ho -arrival of iho-LHitch schaoner'Swaf' Jow, wo liavo received particulars f one of the most'daringa.id murderous, attacks bf pirates wo recollect ever to have hoard 'x)T, or read.;. , It appears, t)iUhp 'Dutch war tchcenfr Chameleon, cirr maded by Lieutenant Van Hoogenhuizchl tarrying 16 guns and about "sixty men, was sail ing in company Avlth a Residency schbo- - ner of sii or seven guns. 1 ' The" Chame leon had on boord a quantity, of treasure, from Minto, destined for the east 'coast. The pirates would appear to havo been aware of tho fact of thero being-treasure cn boardfand they formed apian of attack to capture the vessel. In- tho' afternoon of tha 26th of April, when becalmed near Marawan, in the Straits of Gasper, about forty prows, having, in all, nearly 1,200 men well armed, suddenly V attacked - tjie Chameleon and tho Residency schooner in company, but directed their -ef...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 24 November 1846

BY C.& C. ZA11LEY. i JOLTET, -ILLINOIS, N0y EMBE R '24 , l8iG. 7 si. - JOLIET SIGNAL. Is published every Tuesday morniog 6ft Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. :" ' Tebms. -Two Dollars per annum pay able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year.- - , , BATES OF ADVEKTlsiXO. . One Sauare. 1 insertion, . Si ,00 ' ' M. . Each additional . . insertion, 25 " 6 months, , - d ou , . - 12 months, , . , . 5 00 Ordinary business cards per, ann. -3 00 :No advertisements will be inserted in tMs paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editors becoming responsible for the same. 0 All letters addressed to the editors mmtU Pre-fVid ' ftT. theV-Will not TC- AAAUO W A VJV-'M(- f - y peive attention. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. -f -JOU PR N TIN U Cf ALL KIXD3, ; Executed ic'vb Neatness and JJespalchy AT THE OFFICE OF ' THE SIGNAL. JOHN COMSTOCK, Dealer in Dry Goods,. Orocnie,, Hardware, Croekery, Ready-made Clottxng. id Opposite, .the Exchange Hote...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 24 November 1846

IIcLi;; Market. Wo have assarted that the whig press of tho west in advocating a Mgh protect it e tariff, evinced tbe most deadly hostili ty to the great grain-growing States, and sought the advancement of the manufac turer, to the detriment of the fa The Journal of last week admits our prop, osition to the utmost, jet, with its habitu al pertinacity, it clings to the protective principle, lie' admits," that under the present system the manufacturing. dis tricts alone enjoy the benefit of the glori ous Whirr 'Krm .-.-., -l.4 I o -' uittiivci, uecause incir contiguity to it enables them easily to transport their 'milk, chickens, eggs and pruen vegetans," while on the othor hand, "breadstuff's, owing to their great bulk, can never be grown with great prof it in the west.,? This will account for the refusal of the hens in Massachusetts to lay any mora eggs, when they heard of the passage of the new tarifK We have always charged the Journal with being the organ of the milk and chicken" ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 24 November 1846

Insult to the Governor. Proceedingsof a meeting of the Governor c: 1 Troops. ;r-:'.:,": At a meeting of the .Volunteers, under Gov. Ford, held in the Temple in Nau voo, on the 17th day of Nov. 1846. Lieut. John Connelly was called to the 7, Chair, and Lieut. L. B. Adams, appointed Sec retary. Major George R. . Weber, explained the object ot the meeting to be, to furnish an opportunity to the Volunteers to ex pies their feelings, in regard to n insult offered to the troops, and the people of 11? .1 1 .1 . Illinois, tnrougu weir representative uor. Ford. ... - - On motion, a committee of seven was appointed to draft a preamble and resolu tions, expressive of the sense of the volun teers,, consisting of Major G. R. Weber Lieut. Counelly, Poctor McDonald, Capi. Jackson, Lieut. Diller, Lieut- Adams and Capt. .Hafekluft. The Committee having retired for an hour, -reported the following resolutions, to wit: Whereas, a Committee of ten females, (professing to represent the ladies of Hancock...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 24 November 1846

V The'Prbper XimVfor CnltiRg Timber. . : . t a .-ft Nine.tknths of the ctniniunity Ihirilc miwuc in ior mis purpose but thef reason assigned. "that "the nn i if;; lie roots,',' howcs itsiutilityi-as it is-evu-J- com 10 me most superficial observerf-thatc -thero is hearlv ih f.Va v,i,i,'i.!.i.'",:lv . .. .. . - . . v Muamny oi Sap infthe treeiat all season. It fi leWa tive in winter, and iih nil fi, : I ' ""in iiuiaiuii; s congealed during ih n,Jriat yet when not absolutely frozen, circula. tion is never entirely stopped in the living; tree. Reason or philosophy would seem -to indicate that the p9ri6d of th4 Maturity: w me ieai, or Irom the last 6f June to the' w iiuorauer, is the season for cuU ling timber' in its perfection.- Certain it : is, that ve have numerous examples -of .luiuercui wunin mis period,, which has iiuuuea a aurauuity twice or three times as great as that cut in winter, wlieu pla ced under precisely the same circumstan ces. After" it is' felled, it 'should at om-e...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 1 December 1846

Us, t : BY C. & C. ZAItLEY. .rOLIET,. ILLINOIS; DECEMBER :T,, 1 84 G. VOLtiMtU, NUiMBEll 25. 1 JOLlkT SIGNAL." Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. ' .'; ; -Terms. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. : '."' ; . ; BATES ds? ADVERTISING. . i $1,00 .. . Each additH .' insertion, - V , " 0. months, . u la month?, . 0 25 , 3 50 5 00 I Onlinary business cards per ann. 3 00 No advertisements will be inserted ir. ' tW paper unless accompanied by the cash i r. sdrile pefson personally known to the ; feditorsbecoming responsible for the same. 0"A11 letters addressed to the editor? : must be : Post-paid, . or they will not re '.ceive attention. - BUSINESS PHlECTOaV. J O li P R I N T I N G . 't all Kiyps, " - Executed wlb Nratness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF ; : THE SIGNAL. ; . t oil In comstock, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, . . Crockery, Ready-made Cfol'iing if.. Opposite the Exc...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 1 December 1846

saieiy !or nis pail and the American settlers,' by overturning 'the Mexican Gov. ernment in California, it was ou the ota day of Juno that l.e came to this de- - termination; -.and. the rph.ii.m ucinir taken, all half-way measure were discard ueu, ana a rapid execution of the plan as commenced. On the eleventh of juue, a supply of iwo hundred horses for Castro s troops, on the way to hi can,: conducted by an officer and fniirtppn nwm "ccfcurprisea at daylight,nd the whobH - lu a a captured the men and officers being re leased, and ltd horses retained fbrAmerK can uge. On the 15th, at daybreak, the " rm lit ar y nos t tf S nnnmi' 1 1. nt r uezvous, and intended hearf - surprised and taken, with nine pieces'of wiass cannon, two hundred and fifty stand wi ujusneis, otuer arms and -ammunition, witn several superior officers,' General ' Vallejo.fVal-va-ho) hiV brother. Taut Y m " 7. Y ailejo, Col. Greuxdon, and others: all of wnom were detained and confiti id a pris oners. Captain Fremon...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 1 December 1846

L ; . - : I Public Meeting. - At a meetingof the citizens of Will Countr. held at the Court House, in In. liet, on Saturday the 26th inst., pursuant to previous notice : W. J. HEATH, wn called to the Chair, and N. D. Elwood appointed secretary. , . .. On tnotlon it was iinanlmntiQltr TAcnlv ' t-vr ed, that Ihere should be a Wolf H unf. nn Saturday the 12th day of December inst. ane oounuanes ot the hunt are as follows, viz: the East lino to form from the head of Hickory Creek to the 12 mile grove ; a.w.i.. 1 1 i t . in nil npnfi nz i icuiirv in j one i, west J me from Jolict to Starr's grove ; South line from Starr's grove to mile grove. , The meeting then unanimously elected HENRY D. HIGGINCOTHAMJMar. bail, and J, T. McDouoall, Assistant . iwarshall. U. U. Vanhorn, David Par. rish, James Letts. Jamns C. Krrnval Mansfield Wheeler, S. W. Bowen, G. S. Fake, John Welltnaker, William Mc Clure, Robert Mapcs, Alfred Kirkpatrick, K. J. Boylan. Josenh Shoemaker: r!hr1. Starr. Alanson Willia...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 1 December 1846

" ' ''w'''-'"- ii t To prevrnl 'rabbits 'trorar- kHlOfig ydnn fruits. trees," I. ciitti( jthelinig coarse jrai rie grass, which grows about six '.feet in freight in all the b'oUoms and low. places in almost alt jaita of Illinois; bind it in litfndips at eaclt etand Avitb' , aafuC n w i two m tbe midd!c;..1Each part will jBVt-f - c-1 "g.vbich Js. as-Mgh s.a rabbit tan reach. .Take enough of this gnwa to cover the tree well ,00, all eirjes-; tic a suing around the top-ot thtJ-graps after it is put around 1 tho tree, ami tie it again about half waydowiij-. hoe "a lit'je earth around the grat?s at the bottom," and tread it down. . .This covering will re main firm until grass gjows in the fpring, when the rabbits'cease eating tho''.',. bark cftrees;ihe "grass should riow.be iVembvpd. This will not injure-the trees, . auJ is cheaper than an other plan that'I have tiied. I tried grease, tar, toba'ccoaloes, fculphur, &c, but find that grqasq arid tar injure the trees and" everything tf ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 December 1846

i ' J" -f V J 0 1 ! BY C.& C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, DECEMBER 8, 184G. VOLUME 4, NUMBER 26. V: ii. 1 ) it - . . v -' TIIG - ' JOLIET SIGNAL. ? Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. : Terms. Two Dollars per annum pay able in advatice, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. . SATES OF ADVERTISING. One Square, 1 insertion, ' r" Each additional insertion, ' u - u c months, " 12 months, - $1,00 0 25 3 50 5 00 Ordinary business cards per ann. 3 00 , No advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecoming responsible for the same. OT All letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. ' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. JOB Pill N T 1 NG P ALL KINDS, Executed with Neatness and Despatch, ) AT THE OFFICE OF .THE SIGNAL. JOHN COMSTOCK, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Ready-made Cblhing, Lc Opposite the Exchange Hot...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 December 1846

f III1 II II 1 1 III I II I I nrwi: n. ..L-.W.I..I. From tii St Ix.iis UtJVfrUff. FIRST NATAL TRIUMPH. locitiardEient end Capers of Tabasco Death j1 Licat. Morris. ineui. vernen arrived i lastiiightfrom Uw Orleans. From the PicavuneExlra of the 17th we copy the following neW: We have been furnished by an' officer of the navy, who arrived here this marq ing in the schooner Portia, Capt. Powers'! eix days frornToint Lizardo, who was en gaged in the affai - -jvw) ill! Li V AH fi I TnH - t mm 1 . . -....v,Au . euiumary - ana proceedings of ciry, wim the. detachment of ves ica cent under him against Tabasco I he enterprise was altogether successful. The object of the expedition was. to cut cut certain prizes anchored in the river. These were all. taken. When ths city -was eumraoned to surrender, the people Avere ail in favor of yielding at once ; the Governor and soldiery opposed it. Time was given for all peaceable persons, wo men and children, to pet mit In rrr c way; but the Governor ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 December 1846

"') 11 1 h brig injdaylight -and bi ought her out of the harbor--tb6.3 making a prizs of hefy in the aee of thfi enemy. So unexpected was the attack, and it wa? executed with i so much rapidity and audacity, that before , the. troops recovered from their surprise, the gallant officer had. her under. the guns of the Warren, and safe from any recap ture. She is a brig the Malek-Adhel, the Mexicans call1 herand will be of much service, as she is remarkable as a fine sailer." - . . . We are the more gratified in being able . to record this gallant achievment, as Lieu tenant Radford may with some propriety, lbe'c!aimed as one of our citizens. While on shore, ho 'passed most of' his time in this cty. 'lie: bears the reputation of a gallant officer, of which this achievement affords abundant evidence. If we mis take not, he has seen some twenty years' service, and we may well hope', that the Government, on being advised of this oc currence, will not hesitate to accord to him that promotiua...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 8 December 1846

JProm the Correspondence of tlie Oiegmi Spectator. Mr. Editor:- ka one of the great sour ces of wealth to Oregon i to be derived through .its never failing 'pastoral resour ces. 1 have thought much good might be don in its development, through the in strumentality of the secretary of war in -i th exUngushment of the possessory right of the various tribes of Indians low occu pying the valley of the Willamette and other portions of Oregon. , .Through' the favorable influence of that officer, our val. leys may teem with horned cattle and sheep, and our government may effect, in his country, an object which it has ever .cured, but which it has invaiibly failed to accomplish on the eastern shores of this continent I mean tie civilization of the Indian tribes. Here thero is an op portunity to commence on tthe old primi tive patriarchal system, by making shep. herds or herdsmen of them by ittroducing into this country in payment for their lands that much sought-for, but heretofore in. valu...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 15 December 1846

f - Tail t"h -5 :; --i: ; '"-d. . f"U j S L.u:r' "tvfc- '" ''" ::V'' "'i ' " . s ' r. " 'T 'V . v u; -i. I i ii-ii it - ,.-...-.- .!.- ! r.. . v.- .jr. " e.f.. V BY C. & C. ZARLEY; ; 1 i'.:'. : t: V 1 s 1 1 5 h - JOLIET SIGNAL. Is T published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Johet, 111. r Terms. Two Dollars per annum pay- IS delayed until the end of the year. , t ni OF ADVERTISING. V One Square, 1 insertion, ' ' ' $1,00 iach additional - -insertion, - :t 0 25 months, 3 50 12 months 5 00 44 Or&Biry business cards per ann. 3 00 ? No advertisements will be inserted in ihis paper unle39 accompanied by the cash or 'Borae person'personally known to. the editorsbccoming responsible for the same. . 07"A11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention.' - " "CUjSINESS DIRE' TORY. r.. . up ALL KINDS, Executed wi'f Neatness and Despatch, " AT THE OFFICE OF : I , THE SIGNAL. JOHN COMSTOCK, Deafer in Dry' Grtods, (frtcenc, ILirdicare, ' ....

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 December 1846

eJeSSEBJBS GdV-FRESCUM UIIC'JUEIL AflMSiS. Spring fikld, December 8, 1846. Fellcw Citizens of the S.aa!e, ' -and House of Representatives : In presenting myself before you for the first lime, previous to assuming the res ponsibility of my official duties, 1 cannot permit the occasion to passwithout making known to the people of this State tEedeep I sense ot gratitude thai l feel tor this mark, ed expression of their confidence ; and I know of no way in which I can more fully express the sense of the obligation; under which I feel myself placed, lhan by the jeady. manifestation of an earnest desire to discharge all the duties which may be imposed upon me by the constitution and laws, of the State, with a careful regard to the wants, wishes .and interests of the peoples During the past season, an ever kind and watchful Providence has crowned the labors of industry with all needful bless ings ; preserved all the great interests of State ; and secured to the people general ly, the unimp...

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 December 1846

board, in order to lighten the vessel. About noon on ' Thursday, tLe amok pipes, which wore very largo and hear were fhst cut a war, next' the pilot-house, and then the bulk-heads, so as to give the wind a clear iweep through the vessel, and render leis surface to its attack.' The colors were hoisted half-mast ; but in the MoheganV attempting some meas ures to go to her assistance were hauled down bjr - orders of Capt. Dustan, who who knew that her efforts would bo inef fectual. Thus the stekmet remained all ajr, the wind lulled, and hope were rais ed that all dangers were over, but not long afteri the wind shifted two points, and blew with more than previous violence. The steamer continued to drift however, and ever thing looked terrible and hope less. The danger increased so rapidly, that between 2 and 3 o'clock Captain Dustan ordered the decks to be cleared of all Merchandise and of every thing that was in the way. Cases of boots, shoes, bar rels of flour, stoves, &c. &c,...

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 December 1846

V 4 1 i LI IN in ! t : ' a 1 I 1 J J V V Vnurnrun v."r jrt'i IPd.'S From this : "int of'roy: p:!griniage,'';l conclude to seed ji report of progresahd cf such other matters and things as have occvt ledrrfy 'adterUiqrr aarVica irftereif the solitary hut of the wood chopper, alope, indicating that we arc in the iaiiu of living. We have,,hoyQYer,of our own; ft world in miniature; a kind of" Noah's ark, in whic.h a!niosteyey variety-of the animal kingdom is : re pVesenip& ,A Miai lissippt steamboat, freighted ibr'tfie great Southern 'ErnporionofCo'!nmerce, afford materials5 forthe- study of;a;ii'fetiriif and; the composition of volu'rjrips." ,n its?f; it' is a sublime object ; n palace, in size, and in the splendor of its workmanship and furniture. The largest and'Hcliest p6r: tion of the gjobeqn tributes every jVarfcty, of agricultural products, to load its decka;. and every nation finds -a represeutativeiri its cabjnarjd nowhere, in the 'same space, carj ejerjr, vafiety and grade,...

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