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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 24 March 1863

Portland, Ut. iireh20.i ' TbjtTnbip Norwegin, from LWer pcl4beothnu.'ta Iondunderry the 6tb, arrival note M. PeHtieal news ie woimportant. " Polish affairs are wnebanged. . Tbt Spanish Ministerial crisis Is over. The City of Mancbeeter leaves Liverpool enestra vessel, March 7tb. Tba steem er Isis (saves tba same day. Tba rimer city article aays: Tbe proposal of the Washington , gov ernment for issuing letters of marqe, with other indications, bate revived the impres sion, that a certain portion of the Wash ington Cabinet vras endeavoring to obtain a solution of the esiating difficulty by forc ing a foreign war, oo aa to enabts" the breeking.np of the Union tc be attribute Lie tc the overwhrlmiog power of tbe jeal ous European aristocracy. Tbii theory alone explain Seward's determination to iosite that the Federal poweT bai met with nothing bvteaooese, and that there Is no snathera insurrection." The same writer points oat tba totalimpoeaibility of eoodue- ttar any soana business In ...

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 March 1863

- VZ?-' o ,taufc 4 1883. WM-.Wir .T pnMt - To) loo. 4torng,parpa-e. a Bus) 80 U .-- ' -; '48 to -'Cvaaia thinrH I ' rebelled, par anal VtSUB PW btrl. MtiM per ha-d. T 44 0 46b M 8 4047 00 ST603OO 80 to 4W 10 Bona i parbask I'ark pwbuad, -gutter par poemd.. Chsme r-r pouad. M yerdoaea. PTUflSQ 4 00a4 52 S74ftj-4SO U 14 . . to 08 6 10 4 00s06 t ,.. it . OIBD . Ob m t8Ui ulL, at Kkh CTty.Ocorado Territory, hb IvuHtl liooria, torawriy ot tun- city. JOLIET CITY BANK. F.X. CAGWIN, BANKER, C J0UET. IUJM0I8. T) tCKTVKS T)iialtr, t nya Gold and Silver, and 'Xv uncnrrsnt Mont J, Buye nd Bella Domestic and N0REIGN EXCHANGE, ,and saila'pASSAGE TICK!tS from Europe and the Cootiiwot by Steamer aad the - BLACK STAR LINE, r MakcA4llecUons la alj parts of tba United States, Caaadaa and Karar. ,a, , . aMTtUcPtiaM liadi Seel Batata, and for the aale ana purcaaawolinetAnie. . Jollet, March 14, 183. " all-tf ) ADie diet, M.rcfc 14, lltt SPRING GOODS r - AT TIIK PTRlIEIt'S sioiil?, trui BY" 1 - . JOija I...

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 March 1863

Colrlyeeme the March Wm"- Coldly from the north Oally venture firth ; f , , ,.,r ,. ., JPrie from domls i!te firmament, trot from Borrow tbsy, The piny (at children emwndng weXb funny side the way. m - ' i : ebmiry ig4i th nerth wind Naked boughs among. sLihe tale of nionrnfules Tohl in mournful song; But the merry little ones, Happy tiling ire they, . Spring like the lark, on The rouny til the way. 1 Tear the tlverywiow drop, " Daffodils lfte gold, ( i llmroe onf erocoseee, Cheerfully unfold. "" TW tho little cottage ones I ia-ePoer' e rich aretfaey," . - -With their ihlnlug treasure on . ,fv The sunny side the way. Coldly oft (be winds blow su a 4n4li way of Lfe, frtHSdinifn the wd.lrrnrss Core end fnlu aiid strlie; . . - Tet the Heart n.y shelter hare, Col 1 though be the day, . Choosing like the little ones, . - The strawy eldo the way. More-about Ilic Contrabands. Tlie fvIIitwiiiR ifrom a correspondent of tlm Pl.iUrMnhin Inquirer mho was with Gsn. Weitiih'e army in tbe Lafourch...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 March 1863

i r Tni JOLIET SlOHALt t BBltaaasUivar Tuesday, oa Jsffersoa Streat Joliet Will County, niiaoia. C. & C. ZARLEY lilt tBI rlttllll '9 Tsrsns of Ssrlptls Oaevsar.la advanes, . '2 00 If said within the year, . .3 26 f set seld within the year, - 0 eabeerlptloae for a ported lees than a year.wlllbs .eetTne on teraia proportioned to theaboveaamedratea. NosobrlpUou wMbediaeontJoaedanUl BiVarrear ageeareaatideBeeptatths option 01 tne -fraoiisaera WUMrtBint be pre-paid to IsawreetteotioBv. CIIHKII C1RDI. AUCTIONEER.! T IL MAPPB, announces ta ib public that b baa XV taken out license, and offers bis servteea aa eoc tMMtwr, and win attend arnica for that purpose la IbJa city and Comity, If minimi, Charges aioderate. wrdara promptly attended to. i'ostofltoa address, Joliet. 83-ly TR. HKNKY VOLKI having permanently located In Joliet, for the purpose ol practicing Medicine, 'would reapectifully tender his professional services to ba public Office In llowleys Block, and residence on Joliet it...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 March 1863

YTuiae Ih a 11 Ihe S C The adjutant general of this stute ha? re eenly irsued en rder,"bed Upon -the In famously s'anderous acrtion ty republi can jurnals, that the du'mocratu intend to reeist tbe conscript law by force. It pro yidee fur tbe organisation and imiii;, by the stale, of an abolition regiment, to en force tbe drafting of deinocrots to go south end fight rein Is, wl.ilo those abolitionist stay at borne "for the purpose of guard and Selection of tbe state of Illinois njuitit ustile agression." The orde desiguatcs en abolition o 1 nd, cud tie it-1 j appoint three line tfiiceri ( reach e-tnpany, who re to go Out and cnliot men, who v ii i then ieTurrjinhrd with arms t j the statu. Oen. Fuller bhcnld have worded. bin or der differently, rot to render bis meaning plainer, br.t for truth's sukc. He should have said 'Col. R. M. Il iupii has authori ty to raise a regimnt of cbi liiioniet to foreo democrats to serve in the ranks of tho army fighting rebel-." F..f that's the way th...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 31 March 1863

ft T THE tflAKKBTS. . Joliet PrleeCm rrent, Joust, Much. 31 .83. . 63oA 00 AO , : 4i, oo e 60(7 00 S 753 00 80 90 giVat -'TO 710 4 0Oia,4 62 3 7.Stt4 30 1 J6 04 10 - 4 00(46 oa Wbiat Vlnttr.per hn,h, Bprjng,perbush. ' Oa per tosh .;, ' ', " . Conn in the ear peroofli. shelled, per bssb. Vloommmi bbb. .- i -.. . Buckwheat per hund. . v . . Potatoes per bush. - Onion per boh . Beanperbmih ' r ' v HeefpvrhmHt' - - - 1 Pork-frbrt.' i- - - Butter per pound. QuMMIwpendi la Mgits ) doaswin .v - JbksIcpit ball. Tor th. purposeof i"'1'. Catholic Church lu Mokena, B HAUL., On Tne.da'y Brent, April th,' 186 M!Uori.-J.ln Msb-ney, I- McMahan, N0" iUA-Jl. Wabli. C. Ciday, JoUet. Must by Uiklspaugbs Quadrille Baud. Ticket One dollar. ' LAaT.WEEK 1 Ot HIE : GREAT 10 CENT SIIO W, l. at Jobii Currey's Old Stand. JOLIET FOTJlTOnT MACHINE SHOP T8 now In full operation, end prepared to make or i repalr-eU luau ol , , , - - - - XgricnlUiral . Implements In the b.at Banner, and on short no'1;"- March,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. — 31 March 1863

e.ee tPEiK HO ILL. Key, apeak bo III kindly word Caa hiic lean Ming behind. Ami, eat to breath tech tale we've heard It far bnmib a noble mind. Fall eft a better wed I sowa By choosing tbue kinder plan ; rrlt but little good be known, BU1I let as (peek the beet we can. Glvsas I be heart that fain would bide Would fain nnotber'i faults efface; . II uv can it please e'en human pride To prove humanity bane? Mol M na reach a higher mood, A nobler sentiment of man ; Be taraeat in the anarch of goad, And apeak of all the beat we can. The apeak no III bnt lenient be To other's bill ng a oar own ; If you're the flrit a-faslt to nee. Be not the Ant to make It known, Bar Ufa ia bnt a naming any. Mo lip can tall huw briufite span Then, oh 1 the little time we tay, Let', (peak of all the beet we can. What Is Education t It area a nmu kable fact, tbat do other creator in tbo wurM was so apt to l.se bis wnti moo. No other required eo ..ifli. ahnarin?. and do olber UOStlOwtV was ao apt to tail. 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. — 7 April 1863

II THE JOLIKT 6I6NAL1 f ttbllshBdjver Tneatiay, Jefferson 8trett Joiiet Yfll County, Illinois. C. &C. ZA11LEY ttBiTOKg mp raorsiiT a. Terinaof Subscription Ouarear.ln advance, If paid within the year, It not pit! J within tlie year, $2 00 2 28 . 2 60 Siibacrlptlonefor a period ImM tban a jear.wlllbe .ceivett on turmi proportioned to theabovenaniedratee. No4bcrlption will be discontinued until all rrear I(iir bl, except at tlie option of the publisher! AJ-LeUerkmiiat b pre paid to i nsureottentlon . 0USIXKSS CARDS. . ACCTIONSEB.' T IfsiAPPS, announces to the public that ho has loV. takun out liririw.Biiil I'ftcrs hia services aa ane liunrer, and vri'l uttvnd snlrafwr that pur-wso In tliia ity and Ccuut), If required, Cbaren moderate. Orders pruu:ptly atuniii-d to. I'oatoOice addrms, Juliet. 33-ly Dlt. 11 KN It Y rfll.KK. having permanently Inrntrd in Jolirt. I'H tbt iiur-'rae ol practicine; jiledirine, Vuihl rrnprctifully tender hl rrolcraioual ervirrs to lie public. Ortlre in ll...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 April 1863

TIIE FIG11T AT FORT A Rebel Account. A tfortcapotident of the Jaokeon (Mies.) Appeal, writing from Fort Pemberton on tbe 18th of March, gives the fi Uowing ac count of the fight at Greenwood : "Last' Wednenday morning the Yankee fleet of gunboats and transport, to the nntnber of thirty seven, led by a broad borned iron-clnd, which our boyt call the Chilly Coffee, etarted from a point i n the Tallahatchie three miles above ui. (where they bad tied up the night before), wnd eaose tearing round the brnd of the river in fall gilloj. as though they were going on down to Snyder's Mills without atopp'.ng. We knew tbey were coming, and just as the Chillicotbe poked her nose round the corner she ran agninet a percussion shell from a 22 rounder rifle that bad been play- fnlW At d courteously forwarded Lr ber reception and welcome. ' "Thin wai followed bv a rlu2 from our nlatline Dick (nloneeide the 32 pounder) ftod the tlectribed Yank backed up the titer, around the bend, where, exposing noth...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 April 1863

THE MARKETS. . J alias PrieeCnrrent, Joint, April 1. U63. WaaT Winter, per bush. TO 100 Spring, per bath. 6Ms) 90 Oat per busu ..... tl 00 Gobrw. in the ear per ba A. 4Jj to shelled, per bush. 40$ SO Plods per bbl. ..... e 600(700 Buckwheat per hnud. ... 2 76&300 Potatoes per bnah. - toM$ 90 Onions per bush. - 500 TO Beam per buth ... . 97?1 40 beef par hand .... 4 00(4 52 Fork per bond 3 7ofS4 90 Batter per pound. . - 124J 10 Cheeee per ponnd. Km-per doxen. - (9 10 Weod pereord. - - - 4 00i 6 06 MARRIED On the 6th Intt, by Iter. P. Farrelly. Mr.'DtsiiL Bow am end Miss Eixi-f Goxmak, all of Joliet. DIED In this city, on the morning of the 6th Inst, Masoaxxt Dabct, wife of John Dercy, aged 48 year. gfcfo Strlistnunts. BEKEFIT BALL. ' Tor the purpose of procuring meant for buldinga Catholic Cbnrch in Mokena, at YOUNG'S II ALL, Joliet. Ob Tuesday Evening, April 1th, 1863 Aabaoeiu. John Mahoney, L. McMahan, Mokens; Vumb MAif Aurai. R- Walsh, C. Cassiday, Joliet. Music bv Millspaugh'...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 7 April 1863

' ' - - ' ALOKE. liT I. 1. BKOWMl. I niu alone ; no spirit sigh., No bosom throbs fur me ; When clouds of darkness Tctl my skies, ho angel linnil I sco . Tocast aside the shroud, that roll ! In darker. oVr tny troubled aval. I am alnn ; bright Hope inj shine, Bulr t f 7.arm my lirart; No I j. my wreaths of peace euiwino To hi'ul the wcuu Jul part ; Tat o'er my soul ssdi ess reigns. Tliat every tender thought restrains. When I am dead, beneath the sod They'll lac thU home of clay, Where taw's bright flowers will never nod To.khia the dc away. Oh ! I lieu my soul, so weary grown. Will ..sir to Heaven, no more alone. Kolhing like a good talker. There i a tirld of truth in (he saying that at "sixteen a piil prefer the best dancer in the room; nt two nnd twenty theiirat tnlkef, aud at thirty the richest mn." The girl of eixtoen if not FUj.pojed to Teel cnnngli of the world's fiypncriy and aocipty'u necCRfiiies to oppreuiuto fully tha ti l ie of wealt! ; at thirty, the micfor--tunet of he...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 April 1863

,. . TUB JOLIET SIGNAL, itlhMirni Tuesday, on Jefferson 8trst Joliet Will. Uoaoty, Illinois, f, , . ; . . : C. & C. ZARLEY 1 '" Kattoas aid oinif . '" '., .Term of gnbierlptloa Csarvor.ln advance, . - - . , : f 3 00 If paid within tlis year, il S5 if tfot paid wltlilu tlie year, -2 50 anbscriptlonsfora period lss tban a year, will bo tCniTudon tnrnie proportioned to theabovenamedrates. No subscription will bodlsenntintifd anttl all arrear agsaare td,etceptattlie option of the publishers aWLaltersmust b pre-paid to Ineureattention . BUSINESS CARDS. - AUCTION KER. ,TT II. M AITS, announces to (be public Mint be hl HlV takrn oal licetisf.awl offi-rs his service an ane tniarar. and wiM attend eulrs for that pnrpnsu in tills city and County, If rMiulrrd, Chargr moderate, iirilurs promptly attcudwl tu. I'oaUfiicu address, Joltrt. SMy TU- IIKNKT Fnl.KK. haviup: permanftitlr located J in Juliet, for the purpose. il practicing Meilfrin, sjtoule) respecttfiilly tender hia protrssfotial Mr...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 April 1863

I?r ifcoiH-crauB' Department. The Rebela Dcetrejr Two Steamer oa tbe CnmlxrUiad, Baeeemfal Federal Expedition. . ClaR KsvilLb, Tenn., April 9. Twelve n.undred rebels, under Wood ward, with two pieces of camion, captured Bbd burnt .1 the steamers Lovill and Saxo. tiia, to-day, killiug the enptaia of the Loh vill; and shooting of an arm of the caps tain of the Smonia. Generals Johnston and Brace, recently, boasted tlirir they would posses Kentucky before harvest. " " CixciNMri. April 9 - A special to the Commercial, from Mur freexborq. sirys: Col. "Wilder has returned from his rx pedition.ria Lnbanon and Ciirthiige. B paptured 29 rebel, destroyed quantities of wheat, corn and btcu, and also brought u 3G0 negroes." McRFiiEE-n no, Tenn., April 8. The Hatcbie Brigndo,-- commanded by Col. Wilder, rstured this p. m. from an expedition via Lebanon to Curthnge. Twenty-nine rebels were captured before rauchblg Snow Hill, Five thousand ban bela wbejU and much coin were destroyed. A big burn, w...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 April 1863

dm THE MARKETS. JoltatPrleoCarretat, Joun, April 14. U63. Wat Winter, per base. Toft 100 Spring, perbush. 630 90 Oatper bush . . . gvs) 00 Cork -in the Mr per bub. 45-i to shelled, per bush. - 46(a) 40 TLoos per obi. . 6 60647 00 "Buckwheat per hnnd. ... 3 753 00 Potatoes per bush. . . . tOf$ 90 Onion per bath. . 60) JO Beans per bash - 97? 1 60 Beef per bano ..... 4 0O& 62 Pork par bund. . - . - S7MS4 80 Butter per pound. - 129 1 Cheese perpouud. ) OS 'Rggs perdoxen. - 49 10 Wood per curd. ..... 4 00tj 06 MARRIED At FrsnkfhYd. on tbe 31t ult., by tha B. W. Glass, Mr. Ahbsb Kins and Mine Isabiua Stsicxu.vd. D1KD At Fort Lincoln, Kansss, on tbe 25th alt, WlUlU Joxxs. formerly of this city ,sged 39 year. The decree, d was one of oar flrit settlers, baring ome lo this piece in 146. At tha time ofbia deaUi he wes acting a deputy sheriff of Bourbon County Kansas. WANTED 100 HORSES OF ALL KI1VDS, . -i From 4 to 12 year old for which the highest market price" will h paid In eash on Tue...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 14 April 1863

I'Havblngara of tptiue- The wild wood gems, jUt ' Ifclf taUitwD In the fnt, Weaving pal diadems, ' Light footed rephyrs pas. Aronnd in glittering, wretths, ... Tbj loaest cups they fold i "Hew pearl iind emerald leaves, got Id Ui iou'i bright gold. Fluttering fingers crown -The Wow of lufiint spr lug, Bought Mutt 'mid tremulous sounds, .dsoliau voices ring. Ye are the lutrblugers Of days pci fumed mid still, Slnrn's warbling worshippers. And twilight wlilppowill. Of fleecy hawthorn hi'Jss, , Brsb'.o tli grassy l..ne, A lasu-hci. tryst, where pli-dre F-u'l btait to meet apiln. Spring henntics on em sifcht, IMIielrtnartye shed A vision of dlight, " , With ruii.bow glut ics.spiejul. Dreamily llnoiili Hi' gray v.. Of the future niystrrj; Joy beckons ftwny, away, Ob yenrniiiB BioiLl thee. BBass M-lx) ." .. A Strange inc-ldciit. T aa mtinii,!! a. tiiulit rxrrRsa train, i tH bad a truiti -f ten cms eil't j.risM ujjrr tvr.d b-JjiJC "T """fj well load ed. 1 wh -i-iiit-:i inio. ai il veiy m-x...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 April 1863

THB40MBT IIORAL, -I P aMfshdTrj TnesdaVjorj Jefferson Street Jotist Will Coonts.iUlDois. . C.' & C. ZATILEX "7 !: ei .. '.. ' .- - . . ;'. i .DITf.li AS aOFlBf . . i tl i a itil lw m ktsl'i " , - ' - ' Terms of"Snrset-tptloia r , ! .. . v Odkywnr.'tn solvans, 1 If paid witlitti tlio year, 0 '" I nut p:W witlilu the year, a tu; -am 8 to iaWrtptlntiifnr period loss thnn a ye'ar.will bo .carved on tenim proportioned to theabveniuflat. i'oiub4cYlption wYll treiliseontinnerl nntif U arreaf gas twuur. except at tti option of the rmlilisheri ; LetlitUtnfHlfrtHiiItru8nr?;ittHiiti)n. BUSINESS CARDS. ABCTIONEE' T) II. MAPPS, announces ti PWlc Hint Vie him JX. taken out lirerse, mid '1,'r" ' services as aii--fT.iievi . aurvdM atteml Hint purpose in this CltT nml County, If T-1"ireil, Chare moderate. siri'i-re j.rotiiptlr attended to. i'ostollice address, JutK-r. ' ' iiO-ly TU. M!M1V KOI.KK, liarinp permiinentlr located J I M Joliet, for theptirpoae. ii practicing Medicine, il.l respect i f...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 April 1863

LimJ L" ." 1 W 1 1 'tm.1!1! I- L I'WggB A PBOCtAMATIO-FririAI Faatlwa; m4 Pvevjrar. r tie rixviDEVT or the OMITXP STATES or AMERICA. ruu, The Senate of the United State, devoutly reeogoisiag ih supreme authority and j ust government of Almighty Ood, io ell the affaire of men mod of oa tione. has, by a resolution, requested tbe President'i designate end eet apart a dey for national prayer and humiliation : JLxn whereas, it ie the doty of nationa, M well aa of men, to ova tbeir depend enee upon the over-ruling power of Ood to ojnfeie tbeir line and transgressions, in baaible sorrow, yet with assured hope that genuine repentance will lead to mercy and psardon, and to recognise tbe sublime truth, announced in tbe Holy Scriptures and pro ven by all history, that those nations only are Meseed whose Ood is tbe Lord. And, insomuch a, we know that, by his divine law, nations, like individuals, are subjected to punishments and chastise vents in this world, may we not justly fear that the awfu...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 April 1863

- saw aam I T TIIE UlABKETSi JtPrtCa rrwwt. Joint, WssaT Wlsser.aer hush. , ., . Raring, per bwah. Oat pet bash -Ceaawia tawearperbnen. ahelled, per boa, hwi pee bbl. Buckwheat per head. April n. il8S. to) 100 fiats) M 00 44-a, 0 46o M MHCT0O IIHMM S09 0 v 731 00 400A4U S7ae4SO 129 I 6 08 tf 10 400SO8 Dai mm par bash Beef per hand Fork par hand, attar par pound, thim per pound. Rig par doaaa. Waod- par cord. MlRRltD I. this eitv an the lMh Inst- by Re. Mn KMd, Mr. ?' rno-ss , LmSl "d Mia. Onnwi Hiot' DIED la Troy, an tha 13th lnU Mrs. MiBI Bl of Patrick Keardon.eged 8 ym-mmmm .,, wife aalsstamerB Blatlee . I -rignil Commissioners heretofore chosen XPKne Common Council of tha city of Jollet, hers ive not lea to the respective oamara of lot s A 8 a uniilwli'i Add. to Jollet, and to all othar persons Interested in tha appropriating of ao much of aaid lot by tha said city, aa may ba necessary tor extead log Flret Avenue to Eaetsrn Avenue, that wo aiaat upon tha aaid described premises, ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 21 April 1863

KIX1FVKMS TO THE B5t W.OTElf. ' - p r vr Mrs. k. w'oictHr; - Man tionsekepert in our Innd, 'tvlio ore sow id comfortable homes of their own. were r v no mean, corn una rearna in the name circumsinncas. mcy were eorapm led arly ti toil with their hend or hand fur their una support. nfid it never did them sn it jury, fm ihe independence which tich n experience Hevciopi's will he uf Vnt use to titer.-, nnd their children niter them. It is n marked ftict thnt the mother fT evpry treat tm i giful nian the wm'M has evjr known, was never a frivolous woman f fashion. The mother oflhiniel Wei iter used to rock him to sleep in a sap-troujrh for fun. f 1 cradle. But there is one lit tle point in which toomany whose position litis been elevated nnirh abote it euny level, arc quite apt " -"il. Tt-ey fotget the toilsome way they have pasced ovtr ; the weary days in wliiili thev strove to give Katisfaction to thoxe who employed them, watching in vain for an apprnvinp word, or a pvmpathixinp look. ...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 April 1863

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