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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 29 December 1846

-A J - f 1 1 ;U e'oiii:$Vt'j I I';! ft:'! U-r-fj ? 3; ' . BY C.&C. ZARLEY. rS.1 .-tii.L:;!; i; -.-.U .!. JOL1ETV ILLINOIS,' DECEMBER 29t184G. J VOLUME 4; NUMBER 29. fir is r .1 ft 1 ' 0 51 If "I- JOLIET SIGNAL. , , is ouWished every Tuesday morning pn Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. , TBaks. Two Dollars per annum pay able in advance, or 02,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. - ' ' ' ''"BATES"' Of ADVEHT1SING. ' " ' ' ' ' L bne Sauare1 insertion," ' 81,00 ' aca aacuuonai f q 25 ' S.i insertion J -,! 6 months, ,, 3 50; 12 months, ' 5 06 i 44 Ordinary" business cards per aim. 3 00 ' N advertisements will be inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the editorsbecomlng responsible for the same. ' CTAirietters addre33ed to the editors must be Post-paid; or they will not .re ceive attention. BUSINESS ' DIRECTORY. J OB PRINTING t. f. r"" ; '- -'-- - or ALL KINP3, Executed ioi'h yrotnets and Dcpafeh, "'AT THE OFFICE OF . ! . ; ...

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 December 1846

and occupations. Tho favored classes, who, unoVrlhe unreal and unjust system which has been repealed, have heretofore realized large profits.and many of them amassed large fortunes, at the expense of the many, who have heen made trih? utary tothem, win have no reason to(corr plain if they 6hall be reauired to hear their Just proportion of the taxes necessary for the support of the government. So Tar from it, it will be perceived, by anexam mauon ot the existing law, that di?criniin-ations-jn the. rate? of duty imposed,; within the revenue principle have been retained iu their. fayor.. ,,..- . . - The incidental aid against foreign com petition which they still enjoy, gives them bo advantage which no other pursuits possess j but of this i none others will-com-plain, because the duties levied are nec essary for revenue. These revenue du ties, including freights and charges, which the importer must pay before he can come in competition with the. homo manufac turer in our markets, amoun...

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 December 1846

toties conquered during the war.witli Mex, ico. - ' Air. Haralson" objected that the publu c&llon of the official correspondence might prove detrimental1 to our National inter ests, Uy'giving the enem possession of the view and plani adopted in the prose cution of hostilities. Air. Davis contended that the President had committed an usurpation of power not authorised by the Constitution , or. the law of nations, r' - . -. .The debate was continued, in defence 'of the President, Messrs. Douglass, Rhett, Haralson and Holmes; and, in opposition, by Messrs. Schenck, Winthrop, and Vin. ton; but. without taking the question, the House adjourned t I ' legislative Correspondence. SpRiif gfield, Dec. .22, ... 1846. T"i M S m .Qsea - a-r aas w-.a w Last evening the nomination of State Printer was made by the Democratic members of the Legislature. Consider tie excitement prevailed on'the subject, but after three ballotings Charles H. Lan phier was unanimously nominated. . He has conducted ...

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 December 1846

rs! ViOe- -Jr-i-rcr A 1 ? 'b1jlJ . -a -.3 5 ' It J" 1 ' . i at F'r Ti it i v ii i i ( 1 i-4 - Anything revealed in confidencj tliculd ljo kept eecret.Thr taiauap reateji breach of good manners and Christian faith; (says a forjepqndert ,tnan to reveal thJ uhich has. beea placed In the "secrecy of yotiYowii liosorri. . What lithe If lend who once trusted in you, and told you the secrets of his heart, has, be.? come your enemy? You are .'stUrbouiyd - to keep yourjyard inviolate, and preserve locked in your heart theecreis' confident -tiaily made known . tbVyou.' ;VA man principle win jievjr iieiray even an4en emy. He hods it a Christian jduty never to reveal what ihjrood faith was placed in Lis keeprngVVhne' tne AlCaniarisWfe fit war with Philip, King of lV!ac'edifph.e')i intercepted a letter that jibe King .bad written to his wife. Olympia.- It' was re- . turned unopened, that it might not be read in public- their laws forbidding them to reveal a secret. .,.,-.-:?; ,:,67 I " Among the...

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 January 1847

) BY C.& C. ZARLEY. JOLIET, ILLINOIS, JANUARY 5, 1847. rOLU JfllE 4, NUMBER 3(K ; JOLIET SIGNAL. Is published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. Terxs. Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or $2,50 if payment is delayed until the end of the year. : BATES OF ADVERTISING. One Sauare, 1 insertion, : $1,00 4i i Each additional f q 25 insertion, y 6 months, : 3 50 12 months, 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. ' (ErAll letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not re ceive attention. BUSINESS 1)111 ECTOR Y. " )o B P RIN TING T ALL KINDS, Executed wi'h Neatness and Despatch, AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGMA L. JOHN COMSTOCK, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware., Crockery, Ready-made ClolUmg. Ac, Opposite the Exchange Hotel, Joliet, Illinois. CHARLES CLEMENT. Dealer in drr ...

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 January 1847

Stephens, Wick, Johnson, Tenn., Seaman; Adam. Uoreo, Long and Cottrell. On Manufactures Vance, Woodward, Stewart, Hudson, Brown, Va., Johnson, N II., Martin, Sykes and Ripley. On Agriculture Anderson, Black pa., Wright, Perrill, G rover, Dockery, Sjmms, Erdman and Root. t-" On Indian Affairs Tliomp'sonlsTT Chaprnaur Ala., Benton, Boyd, Yell, Fact, Barringer, Sawyer, Ashmun, and Cath cart. . ? ;. -r: On Military Ajfairs Haralson, Boyd, Brinckerhoffr Burt; - Ramsey, Chapman, Ya.,:Niven, Carroll and Thompson, Mass, On tlie Militia-rAack, S C, Tredway, Abbott, Dockery, Ritter, Sims, Giddings, DeMott, an I Hubbard, r, ; ,;-. . ; Cte Naval Affairs Holmes, Bayly, Maclay,1 King, Ga., Haciiin, Schenckf Darragh, Stanton and Thompson, ;Pa. '' On Foreign Affair sC. J. Ingersoll, Khett, Payne,- JLavis, Cobb, .Smith, .C.L, Cullcni, Smith, Ind., and Perry. : ; : - ." . : On t he Territories---Douglass, Hunter, Dillingham, Rockwell, Jones, Tenn., Lc wU, Towns, Piilsbury and Young.. , OrtRevolutiona...

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 January 1847

V ' Jf tna.ct jr uch. Eevere. measures for its sup pression. But extraordinary violences, call loudly forummary means to bring vpo.w the offenders the punishment theyso richly msritr and every good citizenof Il linois will experience .sensations of pride, that measures are already adopted for the restoration of law, and order. The power 8 conferred upon tho Execu-. tira for tho suppression of;4nsurrections lika those of Hancock and Massac, are: insufficient, and it is hoped that the Gen. eral . Assembly now in session, will "not adjourn until the provisions necessary to meet such calamities, shah be enacted, &, me uvea and property of our citizens, se cursd from these unhappy occurrences.' 14 l) ii fl I i Si . 7 . &3 a 2 3 ' y o1 -t - Co - I: 10, Jan. 1 8 3 10 17 24 31 "4' 11 18 25 . . 1 8 15 22 1 is; 22 29 5 5 12 6 13.,i4 ' 15 19 20 2122 ,20 27- 28 29 2...;3r-:4 9 10 . 11 - 5 12 19 2G 5 12, 19 26 . . 2 .9 10 23 30 ' ' 7 " 14 21 23, 4 11 13 25 2 9 16 23 30 6 13 20, 27 3 10 1...

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 January 1847

. m Frc;:i 7.c7V. Y Etc. Post. Prospects of lLc Wool Grower. " : The manufacturing class in tbia coun try are skillful manager, but none more ru than the owners of the woolen mills. It was for some time a standing riddle with the owners of flocks in this country, how i could possibly happen that under a tariff framed by such zealous friends ofAmcrican industry as the mill owners 6c their agents, there was no market for American wool. At last the keepers of sheep in our pas toral districts began to discover that vast quantities cf wool were introduced from South America, in great part of a very fine quality, costing very little at the place from which it was imported, clogged with dirt, and paying only a nominal duty at cur custom house. This cheap wool took the plp.ee o' ihe fleeces sheared from cur own flocks, and supplied the greater. pari ci our mtus wua the raw material for their fabric. But we beliere that while truth in re. lation to this matter has never been told, it has nev...

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 January 1847

V .a e'j--? rv;; 1 7 S3 JOLIET, 1 LL1N0 1 S.: JANUA RY 12, 1817. VOLUME 4, KL'iMUEH 31. 5 ! : ' ' . . , ' - . ' ' ' - '!'-.: f -... i : .i , . 7 - - , r, ' t ' - - : : V ' " . I j 1 ft 3 v. ;-. ; ? ; 1 1 f -. . ! joLieT' signal: ; . : : ti; ..la i"blished-every. Tuesday morning Zn Chicago-$treet, Jolietr 111. ' . ', 1 -JTEnMs.Tr6 Dollars per annum pay able in adv ance; or $2,50 . if payment is "'delayed until the end of the year. ?f f BATES Vf" AOVBBTlsIXOi :5 ; ' One SquareV 1 insertion; $1,00 4. " Each additional ? n 0- .s.2 ".-'j v ,Vr!1 -insertion. S n : 12 months, !f J .; r00 4lOrilinary buViness, card pi jann. : 3 00 , .ia .'No advertisements' will' 'inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash nor soms person personally known to the i;dUorsbecornins; responsible for the same. .1 - b CrA.11 letters' addressed to the editors tmm !e post-paid, or they will not re ,;ceive attention. V- " r". ' ' -ts BUSINESS ; PI It FCTOUY. 't'fl VL P R I V T I V fi v; .'F. ALL KINDS, . ...

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 January 1847

" "mriir.H i, nn - .- . ...--:r.3,3, e5CT Late Intelligence from iHeiico. We icceived (says the New Orleans TJelta of the 18th, through the Havana papers brought by the barque Catharine several Interesting ttctns of Mexican news of which wc give tall details below : -The fi.ot important of the news is the account given ot the active preparations . by thxs Mexicans in San Luis the amount atid chatacler of their force and their iieVvs of tho condition and jutentions of cur army. Of course, many of the state ments published in the Mexican journals a-re ridiculously false and absurd such ns the desertion of a hole brigade of our Hrmy, the destruction in our ranks by th3 typhus fever, &c The El Locomotor of the 2? iWt. states that on the night of the 25th a boat from the squadron entered t!rc port and set the national schooner Creolhi on fire. She Mas at anchor tinder the mooring ot San Jimnde Ullon. El Locomotor complains ' of the want of vigilance on the part ofthn commander of San...

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 January 1847

-i -i 5' 15 .1 f r7 EfprVrji tlic (rctsry;ol War.- ? N Tho foIlowiogMn relation to the Report .of the Secre7arycf War, it lake a" from 7ihoVasMngton UdioVil V j; -1 - ST'. Tk!. r -Cft nVrn. vi icui I, limn vuc ui vuw ivm aims of" Ve 'pulilic: service,' is worthy: of the 'clear' headed, sagacious, and industrious secretary, whp presides over this important department of the government. He paints with a bold and luminous pencil the inci dents which led to the war, and the glori ous achievements of, our armies in con 5 ducting it to its; present position. ; His deicription ofthe engagement at Monterey . given.witE a bold, faithful, and graphic pen. r He does" ft:ll justice to the extraor dinarrmarch and brilliant success of Gen. .Kearney. His account of thu capture of the Cahfornias, and the chivalrous advon tures ot Fremont, and the efficient servi ces of Commodore Stockton ; are stated in great breadth of splendid detail.' The secretary sums up with-great effect the conquests which o...

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 January 1847

Tn r' B --I ' w fa r- ii (9 " " Trees that liave hecn set tliia Fall, 'she ulL !)Ci ri?e 4 it I'l tragoTft-1 the winle win j3.,7,)V.pp ,the, ground " is frozen hard, . UieVin.-'Biui'tf 'KrhV; Imf, before thattriey need a'jVropV" and itfthV Spring they will need the am As it i not piudeni to keep straw iir Jitter., about the trunks through'; the wimerv and as stakes prove, jiijuriou,"; h'y fretting and Jacerating tlie Larkf to say' nbtFiing of the cost of procuring them, we advise, to sup port them through the winter Ly a Lank of earth, n 'case the' soil is already rich enough: and' ifit is'hcit) then ly a whee. barrow full of manure that,- is not. straWy .is to invite, the mice to make, neets...' The manure that is mad at the - sink drniii-f-ruds, ashes, and such matter intermixed, is better j such cases than any..',.' '', On setting young trees, a cavity is oft tt left abont' the ' trunk, when . water stands and jfieeze.s. ' This is inj-drous to all kiods Aofrees,Vnd , sKoufd never...

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 January 1847

"J r ; .r ' - t jt -j , i i sv - "sn - 1 i t n . : i 7 i : . f "j j :r. . j . i ... ::";:;:S;j::iJ(iE?v; Illinois- januak 4, m1'' BYC.& C. ZAULEYi ' VOLUME 4, NUMBE1U2.V : j r Is ' i - . . J iihi 1 - .1 V i It J . i tJ- -vTr - ' IV V II X 1 1 I, VI M J i 1, i o r IT rf-i LOl . jrw AND OTHER REAL ESTATE,:situated in the County of Gu":u, cr.J.Ctato of Ilhnoia. on which I axes remain jaue ! -. --aU fur-ths year A. D. 1845. ; 1 v r""- Otcner' Names, Description; VS "TpwixsMp-32 IJ,.Ran$ 6 East adP- XIi:! ' Ira Davenport ' aeq 9 160 o h sw q;l3 V 80 $ cts 8 rts 8 cts m n c q 2 161,70 3 87 24" 34 l-922.'da:vl7.i.1 -JT Stewart Barrett 5c J3rovti. ; w h'nw q? 21 1 1 do I do . d ndo .;, t - y, . e,h ne q.; 4. 80J,1 02 24 .17: am f hne q do" .do ' , do f do,do P Reed:.,: ,.4 ( 4 ..w bjirq. 14 'dotj0 ddik do do!,i': O.VV Oarne ', -A ;Re n J8 1601 1 3 8i ;do i:34?I : JJohes w aide r h se dp . ,20t i t -j48. d -i 4 v. T Horrom yt h .of n fic frac'l sw 20 ( ;J52,66 J 26 , dor;; 1 -Unknown ; n...

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 January 1847

Owners. PCoIIes same J.Wright '-' J B P Russell tra Menard John Wright J B Herrick A Garrett U G Loomja same pescrbtion. Sec. No.A Tax. Coat 24 mo do da do do 2a-: 640 30 do 160 Crh 34 ; 320 e h so ;1S!3. '80. 2j6 sw do I GO 4 32 swq nw section w h nw q ne nei t rrr an 4 32 do do J7 28 2.C8 4 32 d 8 64 24 do do f Lucinda House Wm B Egan li McUrath Wm H Wells Seth Johnson .same JS Worth -;, same . . same ' -WHardia r ' ' WinH Wells Ar . -. fame Taylor &Jamesoa J Pearson ,, . same Addison Brown John Keger WmvI(ardia Taylor Sk Jameson ' samo ; tamo . tamo ; tame . fame ; . - tamo E S Walker Tajlor & Jameson Emo same' ----- , .. w9 . i 160 432 , 1 .w k nw f do 76,88 2 07 e h nurds so q do 206,10 7 09 - - 2" 150,40 " 4 22 eh ecq & e h nw q do 159,85 4 31 . ; . " yi h nw q do 80 r 2 16 . '; w h sc q do do do ; ;- sw q do 160 " 4 32 : wji se. II 80 2 16 0- r. v- h no 12 do , do .. nw.q of no do 40 " . I 08 -, iicqofsw da do do te of sw q do do ..do , whofswq do 80 2 IG 8u'..(l....

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 January 1847

X V ill-.' flfthpm nkmflj Jn T.f1ftsla n trar in 7 ft. . JftM.ft.Uft ft 1 ft ft the emplojr of Mr. Peter A." Sarpy, ' and , at the time; in chargoof a' slock of gooda. He ran from tba tcene of blood barfer looted, anci arrived: at Bollcview with both feet frozen, r Mr Sarpy and JVlaj. -Miller, tho present agent, despatched a fcrty of men to ascertain the facts,1 and ihfe'y confirmed on their return ihe report of Lafleche. They also reported that five flh Sioux Indians had been killed no do-lot fctabbed by the Onaha squaws. Going twenty , miles .fur.her than the ground of massacre, they found th plare where the goods of the trader had been divided anions the robbers. It seems add the letter, that fale hi "against the Omaha Indians. Four or fire days before this vent took place, on lodge camping at Cabanne's old trad, ing honse, was attacked by a war party of Ayonas, commanded by tbo well known cheiT "White Cloud and .four of the- men -wounded, and one woman killed, Onglrt ndtlhe U ti...

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 January 1847

If FMT 4. A P ? 1 V " 1 t' I: -I ;'; LifEST FXitt THE - ARfir. - .: J Thd U, S. tteinier JuiiIii.;xL GonxItr4 xos, which she left on the 21th Decern ber,.f ia Jllafagorcty Bar J&'$ Gal-refton, arrived at JNew Orleans on lhe 27th ult. Division. General stantinople instead of Nestoriiol Turki-sh, heads 'enouah to make a: pyramid.?! ? " A person visiting London, England. Copied thoMfoUoWrig mgu!ar inscription from a: grave storm th?ret . 1 ! 1 if Q ' Wool war ericamDed within two iaq ? ; - - - - . II. V IuB CUV OI I ram 4. hi t,ro arrw.imtirin. y -- --.-j .vivw nuiuuuiingi bV the field reports, to 2,900 " men. lie is ordered there to establish a depot, and ! to levy upon all supplies belonging to the Mexican Government, ; He ban already taken large quantities ot flour, wheat and. The first and second regiments of In" diana volunteers' were on their 'march ! from Camargo to join'GenT- Wool. i ! . " uen. Worth was at baltillo, in com? I had a world to do. : Sweating ahd'frelting. Id ...

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 January 1847

"-. ! . ; . ) J 01 JET, ILLINOIS; JANUARY, 2G, 1847. i - t i 1 - ' " ' ' ' v rBYC.fc C. ZARLEY;' v; i:- -: - . T . ' ' ' . .1 ' " ' . ' 1 i 4-v i: t- THE V- ; ' JOLIET SIGNAL. Is' published every Tuesday morning on Chicago-street, Joliet, 111. , .Tbums. -Two Dollars per annum pay. able in advance, or 62,50 if payment is Jcjayed until the end of the year. -,: . 'BATES OF ADVEET1SIW0. ' One Square, 1 insertion, 1 $1,00 r -. Each additional 0 25 3 50 5 00 insertion, ' 6 months, ' " 12 months, it OMinarr basineis cards per ann. 3 00 : No advertisements xvill be Inserted in this paper unless accompanied by the cash or some person personally known to the cditorsbccoming responsible forthe same. JCTA11 letters addressed to the editors must be Post-paid, or they will not . re ceive attention. ' BUST NESS DIRECTOUY, JOB PR IN TING .'iF ALL KINDS, . i Executed will; Neatness and Despatch, ; 1 AT THE OFFICE OF THE SIGNAL. ,GEO. S.MITH CRAWFORD, M. D. ' 5 National Hotel, Joliet. ' ;.; 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. — 26 January 1847

done from any clhcr 'Gneaia-ut upon earth. . Had England or France, or any oilier respectable Government, heated us with' half the indignity, outrage, and insult, manifested ly Mexico, lung sin e would the honor of the country have I. ten Vin dicated. But Mexico was a feeble" Gov ernment. distracted I.y internal factions and feud; beside, it approximated, to some extent, to a republican form, and excited our sympathies. . Hence it was that this Government bore with her cutiages and insults until forbearance ceased, to .be a virtue. Mexico took advantage of this forbearance, and repeated her injuries, and, as if for the purpose of filling the cup ofoutiages to ovei flowing, he finally crossed our territorial lines, and attacked our armies and citizen? upon our own soil. Thus was our Government driven to the wall. Natior.al dishonor or a prompt punishment of the (Tender was the only alternative. But, I repeat, do the gentleman on the opposite side doubt the "justness of our cause? It ...

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 January 1847

c now'are cotnparatire independent and diV connreied ; and at afionng a continioti narigaiion of 10 00D miles, and which when perfected wi J form a most important connection between the west and the east. It then alludes to the fact that the Genera! Government wiil not improve the river, that the State cannot do it, and proposes the chartering of a company fir. which purpose the Committee proposed a hill, accompanying, the. report.'. The report will he printed in a feu- days, 3 OJD copies having he en ordered, and will I have no doubt be read wuh much interest. was pleased to hear of the infrndue. tion of a hill into the House for the i;n provement of the Katikake and Iroquois rivers which i jurstly reraided by. the member from their vicinity as a mea sure of m ioh importance to the welfare nd prosperity of the neighboring court ties. The bill for those objects in common with an immense mass of matter which cumbers the table of the House, has been ordered to a second reading. The at...

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 January 1847

I Mothers ! if you would train up. your children to be useful members of society, keep them from runping about the streets. The great school iof vice is the street There the urchin learns, the vulgur.oath or the putrid obscenity.?" vForxine .lesson at the fire-ide, he has a dozen in the ken nel, Thus are scattered the ..seed - of Jalsebood, gambling, theft, and violence. Mothers, as you love your . own flesh and blood, make your children, cling to the hearth. stone; 'Love home your elf; sink the roots deep among your do. mesttc treasures; - set an example in this as in all things, which your offspring may follow. It is a great error, that children may be left td run wild in every sort of street temptation for several years, and that it will then be time enough to break them in. This horrid mistake makes half our spendthrifts, gamblers, thieves and drunkards. No man would raise a colt, or an ox on . such , a principle : no man would suffer the weeds to grow in his gar. den for any le...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
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