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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 April 1863

. ""From UieSotiflir ' ' Washington, April 23. ... Rich ai od J papers of the 20th mention a Vattle near Newbern, lasting an hour i nd a half, and etating that at its end the rebels were forced to retire with email loss. Murfreesboro, Teon., April 23. A bill lin pawed the Tebel (JonRress, di"placirg Quartermaster and Commissary Clerks liable to military duty. The House lias adopted the following de yioe fer the seal of the Confederate States : An eauestrian portrait of Washington, with . ... t ..v. I a wreath compose oi me cuci asrncununu ' productions of the S. utli ; motto, "God be ing our leader, we will c nquer." " A d'wpatcu from Port Hudson April 17th rtmrwr- "'Tbe enemy's upper fleet returned above Bayou Sara, eiopi-ed at Point Coupee J'oetoEcc, and returned the letters taken on their way down. The hwer fleet is quiet." Another telegram, from Poutehutouli tb" I7th aav: The New Orleans Era of the 14th nays : - that the captured ram Q icen of the Wist was destroyed tlii morning...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 April 1863

ft THE HAKKETS. i; r joltotPrleaCnrrent, Jouif, April B 1883. .. WalAt Winter, per bosh. f 06 100 ,. ' Spring, per bush. 6.y, 90 . Oat per bush - . . . 00 ' Cosiwln theeerperbUBb. !' 0 shelled, per bush. - - 4,Va 00 Ftocm pr bbl. ..... 50r(T 00 " Buckwheat per hnnd. - - 2 75S3 00 " Potatoes per bosh. 80 ' Onion per bath. -. 60ft TO Beans per bush 97100 ' Deaf per bund .... 4 004 52 ' Pork per bnnd. 3 7SA4 30 Bntter per pound. - 123 18 Cheeae per ponnd. 08 Xin per dozen. 10 'Wood-pereord. 4 0O6 0o - DIED ' In this city, on the 20th Inst, Mn.KuwW.rra N "larr, mother of June W. Finnerty, aged bi year. X. In New Lenox, on the 10th Inst., Hkste M., daugb 3 tor of William aud Clarissa A. Cougar, aged 6 months. - gtto Ibbtrfotmnils. SPUING GOODS. ALBERT II. 34 - Jefferson Street, - 31 - is daily receiving and has bow in store, a full and superior assortment of SPRING AND SUMMER G O O D S. : . . A full liue of NEW and DESIRABLE DRESS GOODS, Superior assortment of PRINTS, MERRIMACK S, And al...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 28 April 1863

COLLECTOR'S OFFICE, 1 Joliet, April 21., 1S03. J TjTIBLTC NOTICE h hereby given, that In rtrn- I ance of an order of the Common Council of the ' iity of Joliet, made en the first day of April, tbe eub- criber will on tbe 13th dsy of May, commencing at th boar of ten o'clock A . M ., at the door of the Court Hoese in Mid city, evil et Habile A action the smallest portion el' lot, parte of lota end Real r state, herein. ; nfter described, (to be taken Ironi the east ide there C of), tor which any perton will pay the um respec tively set opposite to each being the turn aascseed ' tbersou by the Common Council, for the several pnr poses named for the municipal year J6K2, together with the n4UKi attending the sale tc-wit : Land outildo of city limit attached to the city for School pnrposes lu liUtrict No. 1. Assessor's Bubdlr. of See 4 T 36 It 10. K, Potyllutcbln , nd llartmsn's Sulaliv of peak thereof. Name. Description. Tax. Oorneln Mntx Lot 9 Sec t 70 - ' Vf B Untchin.' Subdir of part...

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 May 1863

TBI JOUST SIGNAL., akiithadsvary Tuesday, ob JstTersoa Street Joliet Will Countv, Illinois. C. & C. ZARLEY BpltOBS ARB riIII BS . i r ft fin. ! . . V Vtrm of gabserlptlom Oaayaar.fa advanea, . ; $200 f paid within the year, 3 26 I oat paid within the year, 60 ' Subscrlpttonsfnra period 1M than yaar.wlllb iSvtvnd on torn proportioned to the above namodrate. IftMrfbscriptlon will be discontinued until allarrear (are pHid, except at the option of the publisher WUtenmuit be pre-paid to Insureattention . BUSINESS CARDS. AUCTIONEKU. T n. MArPS, announces to the public that he haa J.V. taken oat license, and offers his services auc tioneer, and wil attend sales far that purpose in this city aud County, if required. Charges moderate. Orders promptly attended to. foatoffic address, Jolirt. 33-ly DR. HKNRY KOJ.KE, havine; permanently located In Joliet, for the purpose ol practicing Medicine, wooli! mpectifully tender hia professional ervice to pnblic. Office in llawley's Block. And reside...

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 May 1863

5l ROSECRANS ARMY. jm ' - i Bcbel Xovenents and OealgTis. McurREESBORO. April 30 . Yesterday a small force of rebel camlry ppeared on the Manchester pike. Oar yidettes gave the alarm fsuying the enemy was advancing in fv.ree. Gen Negley with commendable promptness moved out short distance, I ut tl.o alarm proved false. Gen. Negley met several citius, residents near the outnosts, moving in It is thought genetally' that the rebel de monstration yesterdny wss made for the purpose of lure ng Rosecran to concent rate bis Hoes, thus leaving Van Dorn and Wheeler, at Liberty, to act on bin flunks, with their cavalry, and also to enable th-tn, with a force north of Duek river, to defeat any attempts made similar to the one on McMinnville. At prenent all efforts of the rebel cavalry od our flunks are futile. McrkRf.esbro, April 29. The rebels huvu made no demonstration fo importance to-day. A amnio squid of cavalry eppeared upon the Mtuu heater A. and frightened a cnuiier' who brought in news...

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 May 1863

THE MARKETS. .;!. 0 JolltPrleCrrrt, . Jouai, Hay 6 WlUt-Winter, per bash. . -. Spring, per bush. Oat per bush ..... Coax in the ear per bush. 1863. TOa 100 90 AVdi 00 4o-ii tO 4 tO etoToo 1 7&fc48 00 W100 600) TO 97?10 4 00t4 62 3 TM&lt 30 ism 20 08 08 4 0006 M nailed, per bush. Floob per bbl. - -Buckwheat per band. Potatoes) per bush. -Onion per bush. - . Bean per bnsh Beef per band .... Fork per hand. Batter1 per pound. Cbeeee per poaad. Kgg per dosen. - Wood pereord. .... $tfo btrfiscmtnls. ELECTION NOTICE. NOTICE ! hereby given, (bat on Saturday the 16ht day of May Bxt, at the respective place of hold ing elections in the County of Will, a Special Election ejslll be held for the purpose of electing a Represent, live in the Legislature, to ail a vacancy occasioned by the decease of John W. Newport. Which election will be opened at 8 'o'clock, In the morning, and will con. tinuo open until fi o'clock In the afternoon of ld day. OK011OK MONROE, Sheiiffof Will Co. Dated Joli...

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 May 1863

TAX BALE NOTICE: COLLECTOR'S OFFICE,! Joliet, April 21st, 1863. J tfjrjBLIC NOTICE Is hereby given, ttiitt lu pursu 1 sure ef su crder of the Common Council of the City r Juliet, made ou the Drat day of April, the sub scriber will ou tlie 13tli day of Muy, commencing at the hoar of ten o'clock A.M., at the door of the Court House In wi'l city, sell at Pnblic A action the smallest portion of lads, parts of Iota and Real Estate, herein after dcsrritied. (to be taken from I lie east aide there of), for which any person will pay the mini respec tively tet oppoaile to each being Ibe tnxea amewed thenon by the Common Council, for the sereral pur poses named fur the municipal year 18M, together with the expenses attending the laic tc-wit : lands outside of city limit attached to the city for School urposes in District No. 1, Assessor's Sul-liv. or Pec. 4 T 35 It 10, R, Dotyllutchiu , and llajtiiiun's Subdiv of part thereof. Name. Description. Tax. Coriielns Mntz I'd 0 Sec 4 70 W II llnti-l...

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 May 1863

JOLilKT BIOS Alt . p aalaedvvfyTaeda7,0B fafftrkoa Street JoIIit Wl COtlBtj.ilUBOli. ( r . C. & J. ZARLEY . if, . 9 --r l.ti tUit it twelra " Bla kf toil a -'irBiat as, rr f 11 " " " i - .Tarawa ef Sabaerlptl Oa yaw ri a advee:, . f paid within the year, f not paid wltbia the.year. 2 00 2 25 2 60 Bobeeriptlonsfora period let than a year.wHlbe fcrred oa term proportioned to theebovenamedratee. Wofnbserlptloa win bedlseontlnnednntll all arrear fee are paid, except at the option of tba pnbllnher . .Bar Letaat matt be pre-neU to IntnreattentloB . , B C II N E 81 CARDS. 1VCTIOHIEK. announces to tbe pnblfc tkat be hat tnketi out license, anil offer hi services aa m tinneer, and WaU, attend sslrsfur that pnrpoee in this city wad Count), If required, Cbarg moderate. rder promptly attended to. Postofflce address, loliet. SS-ly BR. I1KNKY FOLKK, having permanently located In JeHt, mr the purpose ol practicing Medicine, would rsspectlfully tender hi profrational services to public. Office ...

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 May 1863

TV 7 lot BIB. Tax. Choi lennr ...... . . . 810 28 llJtre 1 aaKBdtract a 1 1,81 tlewetro ImHeaa "flank W Co und4 do . 88 N BHnwd ' - . "So - .'91 'TnnrrV'tf i tsmTTftW tft jrrtT.tr.T . : Hatteeo SubdlT B hf ' uHTavtorhr .'II 1 W . 46 ,0 78 73 73 6,41 63 SV70 l,eitrlet- mllllV 1 do Jwelelatteaoc. - H'27'do Vai? Jane Goedell Mdbf alifMtB Kd do 8 W pa Sard 3 SO L Cnlreretty,. -. 4 '21 G 8 llar-nanl ' S do Deride 8rowr. j" v: j '' 't :j"H 2S Mam J If do A W Bowen ibat part of CA KIBBd x I. 1,,, 4 af Movent' SntKrlvtalon do do aaroJlnet part lying a of C 4KI F Rd a - - of Hneilrawn from CllnU-niitandeof ..f - Lot 49 of tlwoode Suhdir of prt .if B 24 mi 114U fret thereof 'do do KstWH T WwooS nnd U of that pert nut owned by C I P K ltd Co A Ml " . Tnlleck 13 3" MarrC Bowen .4 28 4 b TittaworSh. ;' - 82 U W Caaeerin . 84 llmMeon 8 Hubbard '"' 2 85 W T 8cj ntoor nnd Y3 10 89 David Richards ' exallOU S 42 Mieltael Lawler ' 24 43 ! CA8TEDAY ADDITION TO JOLIET. . 3,84 84 14,75 12 81 91 t7 1,07 O...

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 May 1863
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 May 1863
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 May 1863

, XHB JOLtlEf StGKAI,,, , hllbsl.vrv TadT,oa Jcffsrson Btrcat JolLt Will Coaaty, Illinois. C. & C. ZARLEY . " ital Rn Aslw'aeMiai," i r "----' v i.. . , 1.1 . . w "w e e - ssn OaceataaiB.twalraBiotit . Mew (!? 4 SSOreieV SS TO - " six - a Bair twelve ; - HIT " ia . S7a Term of Bwbearlptlwst ayar,1a advance, . .. , i $3 00 . f paid within the jrar, 2 35 ' f not paid within the vr, S AO Subscrlptlonsfor a period in than a year.wlllb 'calved on ttrai proportioned to the above namedrates. . No inbwrtptlon will be discontinued until all arrear -go am paid, except at the option of the publisher r Letter maat be pre-paid to iMnreatteotion . BPIlSKg. CARDS. AVCTIOIIEIt T IT. JIAPrS, announce to the public that he hae XV Uken out license, and offi-rs his services as sne .tuturer, and wiM attend wiles for that purpose la this , "City and Couuty, if required, Charges moderate. Orders promptly attended to. I'ustoftio address, Toilet. 33.y DR. I1KNRY Fni.KE. having permanently lornted In Jol...

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 May 1863

1.ATKK J'BOH. EUROPE. Arrival ft bo America. t TT.rtiT Ma. 14 The steamship Amer ica, from Liyerpoollon the 2d, viaQeens- town the 3d, arrived here, and brings two days later news. The London Observer, in a pacific artic le, does justice to President Lincoln and his advisers, who, it says evince a sincere ud earnest desire'to cul'ivate most friend ly relations wi'h Great Britain and avoid , giving just cause of offense. The Russian army had been routed by 3,000 Circassians, and the Grand Duke Michael narrowly escaped capture. The Timet city article soya it is under stood that the. United btates Uovcrnment have resolved Jo enl on agent to England. varsi.il in u uritime nnu international law, to co-operate with Mr. Adams in London in the conbideration of the various ques- timiti now arising, or likely to arise, on ih. roints between the two countries. The object is to enable such questions in oil possible cases, to be settled promptly - insteod of bciug suljects of tedious cor-respond...

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 May 1863

"THE MARKETS. Joltat PrleaCarrrnt, j jouit, uy is wes. tVhiit Winter. per bash j",. . Spring, per bush. Ost per bnsh Gtmnwin the ear per trash. tnelled, per bush. Lou per bbl. - . Buckwheat per hnnd. potatoes per tmh. tjnlorj per bash. -. B sans ,pr buib lef par bund Pork pr hand. Butter per pound. Chesss per pound. Bggs per dozen. Wood per cord. VA 100 6V 90 too eo ' ( M to e 60(7 oo S7(K33 00 : ttOrsHOO TO wax to 4 00a4S2 II 7fK:4 80 1840 l 08 $ 06 4 0t6 06 Ucto bcritscmtnts. . posT 0 r j. ice NEWS DEPOT! E here made arrangements by whicli we receive in . , . , f DUICACO DAILIES AND EASTERN PAPERS, In advance of all competition. All new publication! and bark nnmbera of Periodical procured on the ahorteat notice. ' C 0 NFEC TI ONER Y. LA choice assortment of Fresh Confectionery on nd at the Poat Office Kewa Room. e s: , We hare Jnst received from Michigan a large lot of hoice Appioa which we will sell at retail aa low aa the lowest in tin market. tlAWLEY A SIMMONS. Joliet, May 19, ...

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 May 1863

it t. MMKiJi aomnio. Keep to the rlghtl rfstonns aO. lfumptreliw,lf bfllowsrosr, ' Still fearless sfthe storm and gale Whilst oa this workfe tempeitaoos there, :. 1 DttrenMi i. The word which nerve thin arm of might - - ' Keep to lb right) lfoVr thy pathway rondt shoolr' lower, If frerd desert, If fortune flee, Unheeding friends, or wsulth.or piisi, " Still let thy watchword ever be, - ' - u fife's rough tea . " Or In prosperity's broad light, Keep to the right! Keep to the right! If lot tune smile, If love ! Iroe, If friend are near, 1 et not the witch thy tcps beguile, Let not thy eon rue or iastnnt veer, ' v - For to thine ear ' Sounds through the din of pleasure bright! Keep to tne right! And, oh! If strrn Jlhforlune's band Upon thybrjw slKiuld heavy lull, Yield thoa not to It iron hand, Let not it shade thine heart appall, Fur over all The precept shine In line of light, Keep to the right! Keep to Ike right ! more forward still ! Boldly thine onward comer pursue! 1'rsvi np life...

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 May 1863

k i r I r ?)wWwa""BBWMjB - . . .- , ,. . , M .. --i-fty' ,' v " ",v-wt Ha aouBT siohavl.. C AC. ZARLEY IVOBS aerates at . Ti ff SmwscrlptUm a year, la advance, . . ; i paid within the year, . f aot paid wlthla tbe year, $2 00 26 S0 Subscriptions for a pertod lees than a year, will be .eesved on torai proportioned to theaboveBamedrate. Nosnbscrtpttoo will be dlseontlnned until all errear egeearapaM,eioeptattha option of the publisher Letter emust be pre-paid tolnsureattentloo . VII NB IS CARDS. AUCTIONEER. T n. M APP8, announces to the public that he has J.,. taken oat license, and offers hi service a auc tioneer, and will attend sales fc.r that purpose in this city and County, ir required, Charge moderate. Vrdera promptly attended to. Postofflce address. Juliet. 33., DR. BKNRY FOLKK, baring permanently located In Jollet, tor the purpose ol practicing Medicine, "would rerpectihilly tender hi professions! services to public Office to Hawley's Block, and residence on Joliet sc, a fewdo...

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 May 1863

from SoDthcMlen Virginia. . f: - " - : ... New York, Nay 20. 'f . Carrsville letters of the 15th and 16th to the Herald states that our forces have had two or three brisk fights with the. rebels in that vicinity. The work of tearing up the railroad track Was progressing. Ward rop'B brigade of mounted rifles have arriv ed there to reinforce our troops. A drafted regiment fro a, Pennsylvania broke and Hod or. the first fire of the rebels on the night of the 13:h. The enemy were concentrating and an other attack was expected, but our troops were rcuay lor all emergencies. Fort Moxrok, May 19. Tbe expedition eent from Suffolk under the command of Col. Foster, has succeed ed in its mission. The duinnge done to the S aboard and the R'-anoke railroad has been repaired. Our casualties in the skirmishes of tbe last two or three days have been slight. Carrsville, May 18. A correspondent of the New York Tri bune eayK ; Yesterday, after my last dispatch wns sent, we hud the hardest iijjht by al...

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 May 1863

THE H ARRETS. J alt tPr lee Carre Joun, May 16 18(3. Witlif Winter, per bnih. TO 100 SO U9 00 46-s; 0 a to 6 6O7O0 3 76a3 00 90100 fi09 TO 076(1 0 4 006)4 6?. 8 76)4 30 im e oft 4 006 00 BprtB g , p. r buah. Oat jr bash. Conn in the ear per bush duelled, per both. TrJitnvper bbl. Buckwheat per hand. Pot to ee per bath. Onion per bub. Been per bath Reef per hind Pork per hnnd. Bntter per pound. Chime per pound. Kkxs per dozen. Wood per cord. t 1L .1 -I $ttfo btrfistmtnts. toLT Lost. THE subscriber loet on Thursday. May 21 t. In the city of J. Ilet.s sorrel hone colt, tlx week old, with white leg and atar In forehead. A liberal reward will be baid to any person giving Information ofhia whereabouts t R. M Bray, or Troy, May 22, 1SG3. TIMOTHY HAYES. WANTED good Pony, lulUble for children to ride, apply to A. U. DAY. "WANTED CORRESPONDENCE by twohandenme young Gents, with an eqnal number of pretty, lively and accom plished young Ladies with a view to matrimony. Address In confidence, wit...

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 May 1863

- - - - - - - ..... -....- . - -r -7- -w , . T T '. .: ' i " T """ I . ': " " ' - '" - - yg from the Ixxcmn (Olilo) Ousette. ' AWBW DIXIE. Wl'U UTI ASP Ml fOR SSIO!f. old Um Cooslltotioo o'er we ft ef Mrst wkoVa gone before ss! t the otd ru wars above Ood wfll bteas, and Msu will lovs it I Look swtjr Awsy For Lisovrr and TJsnoir On Union ground To IIt and to fct Union 1 The people netted (Md Abo Lincoln, Wonder what the; vera thlukln"? Abraham u to old deceiver, Ball-wood splitter Union cleaver Look away Aba wo'nt sere lha Colon ! On Union ground lie U aot found, And cannot savs the Union I Abraham ha makes Proclamation, Which ha says will save the Nation Calli the abTa to lueurec lion Bays they shall bare his protection t Look away Away OM Abe can't save the Union 1 On Union ground He l not found lie will not save the Union! Yais of welfare! Bloodshed I Horror! Years of broken heart anil sorrow Widows, orphan, banknii t Nation A nil J el oo r eyes see no aalvat ion ! Look away Away...

Publication Title: Juliet Signal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Juliet signal. — 2 June 1863

r i t - V V Wta..f S.b.erlptlo- 0 is year, in advance, ... , . If pfttd within th ;en, jr not paid wit bis th ymr, .' inbwrlptlontror a pnai Im than yMr,wiltba iTa oo fewmi Broportiooad to thaaboraaaiacdratM. & RoTobwIptloB will b dtaMntlnued until all'arraar grm ant avid, axovpt at tha- option of tba pabUahara 49"LatUn must be ora-paid to i uuxeattoottoa , , ?' at ill KK S C A1 D s . ' A V T I O K K K n . . T II MAPPS, announce to the public tbat ho baa -IV takn ant licnar,and offers bb arrrkea at nc- tiiiaT, aid 4l attend aalralar tbat purpnaa Mi thia City and County, If required, Charge BMidetat. - f vratr prompyj atleoooa to. roatofno addreea. JolM. 33-1 , TR. HKNKT FOLKE, baTtaa permanently located A J In Joliet, for the purpoaa ol practicing Medicine, - ' hoald reepaetlfally tender hi profeariooal earricea to a public 0ce In II aw ley ' Block, and rm1tce on Joliat t., a fewdoora north of the Joliet Bank. Jan. 13, 1S63. tf t H. PINNEY, Attorney at Law. Office In Both' 'AJ, ...

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