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Bloomington Indiana Tribune (Newspaper) - February 19, 1848, Bloomington, Indiana the temp Welty of glorious Union can Only be secured by the intelligence Industry and morality of the people. Vol. , Indiana february 19, 1848. No. 13. Indiana Tribune Neutral in politics is published every saturday by j. M. M a t h is amp e. Good w i a editors and proprietors. Terms Theta Bunow published every saturday at the Christian Accord. Office in Blooming Lori in Dat $1.50 per annul payable in Advance Quot or within three months from the time of of tar three months and within the year s �.50 if payment be delayed till Limo year is out. Advertisements inserted at the usual rates. From the masonic review. Penicillin son tie i Airie. A Liina Iii., july 1s47. This is the Mineral Region. The Earth �3 full of Mineral the town is fall of Mineral the wharf is covered with Mineral. Vii Merever you go which Ever Way you turn your Eye whether to Prairie or Revine you see either the Little Mounds of Earth thrown up from the mines or the smoke of some Furnace where the Mineral is smelted. The Long lines of wagons that daily arrive in town from the surrounding country with from four to eight oxen yoked to each Are All loaded either with the Mineral in its natural state or with pigs of Lead Quot rom the smelting turn acc ready for exportation. The circulating medium of the country partakes of the general feature and is All Mac Rall Ink notes Are unseen and Gold and Silver alone Are in circulation As Money. Galena is built under a Hill on a Bend of fever Rier about six or seven Miles from the Mississippi. It contains a population of Sonu five or six thousand and is a place of very considerable business an immense amount of Lead being shipped Here for the cities of the South and e is. Th3 country on upper Mississippi is Sid generis it is not even like the great Champaign Region of Central Illinois except in one feature a the absence of Large tracts of Timber land. The of tiie River especially after you get up into the Region of a Ibn Qiric Are generally High Bluffs mostly destitute of Trees but in son3 places covered with Low scrubby Bushes. When you ascend the Bluffs the whole country is spread out bet re you gently rolling with Here and there a deep Ravine at the Bottom of which Hows a so ill Stream that goes win Dijt a Down in its quiet course now slumbering under a Border of Willows and High grass and then leaping in Crystal Waves Over a bed of Rock or Grav Elk until it loses its identity in the great Waves of the Mississippi. The soil is Rich and productive the air pure and the coi try healthy in a High Dei ree. I Here m by occasionally be a few eases of ague but from the g neral appearance of the co inlay As Well As the Pic Ople what reside Here and irom my of in sex Erie acc while travelling through it i hive no hesitation in say in tent l be Uve it to be one of the must healthy regions in the United states. At Keokuk the of the lower rapids i left the River for a ride of twelve Miles across the celebrated City of Nauvoo in ill the world of Prairie be found it. But tii nativism was the , and disordered reason sat at the Hel. I a a verse and palpable error in the Eil meets of their organization and discord and confusion inc inevitable result. The baptismal font so much talked of is con strutted in , or first Story of the Temple. It is of Stone to it d has the a Pei rank of a bowl but instead of being round it is Aii elongated Circle its greatest diameter across the top being ten or twelve feet find its depth in the Center about four feet. It rests upon the shoulders of twelve a Xii also Hen out of Stone very natural and Quot Large As i hey All stand facing outwards at Estial distances front each other and from whatever Point Yon Zippro Avii the font you arc met by the huge Heads and horns of oxen statues. Twp flights of Sui irs at opposite ends Lead you to the top and by like Means you ascend to its the whole design a suppose in intended As an imitation of tie work of Solomon in the first Temple at Jerusalem. The inc however was by a Wisdom above the Earth finished and adorned with a magnificence unparalleled in Trio history of Man find dedicated to the worship of the Only True god. The design of the other is bold Aud its appearance imposing but Folly marked its inception and fanaticism was the deity worshipped around its but however Fase May have been their Theo Rit a and impure their practices the mormons have left a Monument of their Folly that will survive the Wear of Ngos and go Down to other generations an enduring Moni unsent of the imposture of the nineteenth Century. 8�rpeiit� ill a pile in Sou Ali America. In the Savannah of Izac Bosin Guiana i saw the most wonderful and most terrible spectacle that can be seen and although it be not uncommon to the inhabitants no traveller has Ever mentioned it. We were ten men on horseback two of whom took the Lead in order to sound inc passages whilst i preferred to skirt the great forests. One of the Blacks who formed Tho Vanguard returned at full Gallop Aud called to me Quot Here sir come and see the serpents in a to pointed out to me something elevated in Tho Middle of the Savannah or swam which appeared like a bundle of arms. Otie of my what it fould Cost to represent the passage of repay any sums Laid out in thoroughly Stab the children of Israel Over the red sea to Lishin thut efficiency of course which the Painter replied cd in Hundred guineas. The free Blacks educated in the West Indian this appeared like an enormous sum to the old Trade will become useful workmen in Penetra tii Iser who immediately offered Lim Twenty Ting the native land of their race. We must guineas for the Job. Hogarth greatly nor Iii depend at least for generation is to come on the de to find Quot so Low an estimate placed upon his talents assented if the sum was advanced,.to which the old Knight readily consented inwardly chuckling at the Good bargain he had made and the Money was soon transferred to the pocket of the artist who promised to commence the ensuing accordingly repaired to the mansion at Early Dawn accompanied by. Two assistants with a plei Wiful Supply of com inon red paint which they daubed Over the j Walls ceiling and Steps of the Hall. Black Raco to Supply the bulk of the Crew. London Spectator. From the scientific american. Perfection of the human Frame. Beauty is a property of animal forms that is the provision we Rich is made to adapt their appearance to the perception f f the Atli reals wit if which it converses. The Bones Are Cov about ten o clock Hogarth knocked at the Quot red the bowels concealed the roughness of chamber of the sleeping old knig it. Who had the Niu Scles us toothed and softened and Over not yet aroused and entering Quot Wei sir it is done Quot Quot done done what is. Done Quot asked the astonished Knight. Quot Why the painting sir Quot exclaimed Hogarth scarcely be Ieving he heard aright he hastily threw on his clothes and walked out to be All is drawn an integument which answers the purpose of concealment. Could be View the mechanism of our bodies through the skin it would excite our fears. Durst we make a single movement if we saw our blood circulating the tendons pulling the lungs a Loving the Humours Fil rating and All the assemblage of the fibres valves �cc., which sustain an existence so frail hold the labors of Tho artist i stairs Walls and a surprising per eci Iun of the animal mass is the ceiling presented to of the astonish Jac Irful a by Means of we Iii several operations de Knight the same Dull Brick dust Hue. Rub j Are Gong on at the same time yet the Case con Bing his eyes and hardly believing himself a Taining the Mac Linery is lolled and joked about Wake he exclaimed a Quot Why in the name of heaven what is All this Quot Quot what is it Quot asked Hogarth apparently much surprised Quot Why the red sea sir Quot the red sea Well but where Are Pha Roah and his Host Quot Why they Are All drowned Quot replied Hogarth. Well but whore Are the children of Israel Quot of they have gone Over Quot said the Painter. The old knig lit found it was All in vain to complain and had quietly to submit to the mortification wishing Hogarth at the Bottom of the red or some other sea. And his guineas Back in his nay whig. My levits no tem Plo its Caplis of this numerous assemblage and i concluded Mil font Atid its civil of discovery in Central Africa while More than one stale government is company then said Quot this is certainly one of blundering away at measures of proved use the assemblages of serpents which Heap them less Nesyto mitigate the horrors of barbarity on selves on each other after a violent tempest the Scobo Ard of Western Africa a Liverpool i have heard of these but have never seen merchant and a sea Captain have penetrated to any let us proceed cautiously and not go too the Interior and have surveyed the Highway when to were within Twenty paces not Only to the inner Region but to the Civili of it the terror of our horses prevented near nation of Africa. Or. Robert Jamieson of or approach to which Nono of us were incl a Liverpool has collected the moans and planned de. A the Enterprise with a disinterested pc sever on a sudden the Pyramid mass became a Ance and Zeal for discovery far above the Mere Itu ted horrible Hising issued from it thou trading spirit of the times. Or. Becroft has. ,. of serpents rolled spirally on each other immortalized himself As one of the most in of and cavity and this membrane shot Forth out of their Circle their hideous Telli Geni of English discoverers. In spite of a wrongly bed i6 the first three Veti Brae of the Heads presenting their Cuvin Vinod darts and Tho obstacles aggravated Quot rather than removed Liery eyes to us. 1 own i was one of the first. By proceedings of the English government to draw Back but when i saw this formidable in so it of Tho most disastrous mischance so a Phalanx remained at its Post and appeared to or. Becroft has succeeded in Stabl isling Tho fact that Tho Interior is accessible for a Viga Iton and Trade. To bus thrown Light on the Interior navigation up to twin Bucton Insomuch that Only forty Milos of the River remains to his the without a in injury to Tho mechanism. The whole must therefore be firmly packed together. Examine the contents of the trunk of any Large animal the heart pumping at the Centre at the rate of eighty strokes in a minute one set of pipes carrying the Stream away from and another bringing the fluid Back to it again the lungs performing their elaborate Filce distending and contracting their Many thousand vesicles by a reciprocation which cannot cease for a moment rhe Sto Nach exec sing its powerful Che mistry the bowels propelling the changed aliment col-1 t no from it As it proceeds and transmitting t it the Bloomil an incessant Supply of prepared and assimilated nourish sent that blood pursuing its course the liver the kiddie is &c., drawing of from it their proper Securi irions. The great Art in packing is to prevent one thing from hurting another for this end the head Chest and Abdomen of an animal body provided with Membranous partitions which keep the parts separate. This most curious and important prov isun is visible in the entrails which one would think were in danger of being injured by every jump or fall. The danger is however admirably warded off. The intestinal might i 0 called the Central Point of illumination to ail Europe. In the year 15bb, Hemy Stephens the Star of the family Quot published More editions of ancient authors than would have been Cuifici client to Mike the reputation of another his Quot thesaurus of the greek Quot remains to this Day and is the great lexicon of this Langi Iago. Robert Stephen the third in succession a just anguished for his very Beautiful edition of Tho greek testament which forma the basis of Tho one now in use. An idea May be formed of his extensive erudition As Well As of the learning of the times from the following accounts of his biographers Quot he received Only such compositors into his printing office As were conversant with the greek and latin languages. His workmen in and about the Obice were obliged to speak latin. His wife and daughter understood his Jangua thoroughly and assisted him in carrying his directions into effect so that his whole House and printing establishment from the Bureau of business to the i Tehen nothing was Beard but the latin Tongue. He usually employed the proof readers All front , who spoke the various Ian. Gauges which they corrected. The Zeal of this Early and Learned Printer for stud for maintaining the Honor and dignity of the press and for the Public Good in general is worthy of the High est commendation and i character in this respect is worthy of imitation by All the Mem. Bers of the Craft. Quot the glory of the House of the Stephens was shared by five successive generations Quot first in Paris afterwards at Geneva in Switzerland. Sci Amer. Don t worry. When Bulstrode Whitelocke was embarking As Cromwell s envoy to Sweden in 1653, he was much disturbed in mind As he rested in har Vich on the proceeding night which was very Stormy while he reflected on the distracted state of the nation. It happened that a confidential servant slept in an adjacent bed who finding that his master could not sleep at length said. Quot Pray sir will you give me leave to ask you a question Quot Quot certainly Quot Quot Pray sir Don t you think that god governed Tho world very Well before you came into in Quot Quot and Pray Don t you think to will govern it quite As Well when you Are gone out of it Theu sir Pray excuse me. But Don t you think you May Trusta. ,. In to govern it quite As Well As Contr As Vou canal throughout its whole process skit to the have Quot to this question Whitelocke Hadnott ing to a it ply but turning himself about soon Edge of a Broad Flat membrane called the Mes entry like the Edge of a ruffle and being four times As Long As the mesh notary itself it is what a seamstress would fall Quot gathered the my sentry sustains the Small vessels arteries veins &c., which Lead from or to almost every fell asleep till embark. Be Movo disposed to defend itself than attack us. I Rode around it in order to View its order of Battle which faced the enemy on every Side. I then in ought what could to the Dosi in to explored that pan Between Luxor Hisil ii it apr vet i that this species of serpents dread some col highest Point and Boussas Piirak s to wish loins. A ysici.\n. I vote the american. Knitting. Is an Art that is far More modern than weaving. Plain weaving just the this that of intersect ice or cro.9sing a Nua Iber of horizon id threads by others eur i succeeding Crossin thread passing Over one he Izon Tal thread Warp a till Ilion contest. Near the Barbadoes islands is a huge Whito Rock which from the resemblance to a ship under full sail is called the Quot ship a French frigate falling in with this Rock in Tho night time mistook it for an English vessel and commenced firing into it., the echoes of the cannonade wore repeated so perfectly that they were also mistaken for the returning fire. The action continued until morning when each party having received an equal amount of damage it was thought Best to discontinue the ii let. Marriages in Russia Aro curious priest meets Tho arises at Tho door of the Church. The relatives also enter having of Cei Ved Tho Benediction of the priest. They go with him m Tho altar where h a Quot ?"1 by negro races warlike n de Yot not Csizi Ute in this Way. Knitting ii of civilization and eager for Trade. On Tho vented in Scotland abut nest puts u a a Juji Juji of above i Dali Tho inhabitants us this is True it has Sou spree Ste id of a country destitute of inhabitants 1 of in 1 it densely Popula Terl the whole land fenced and in a state of High Cali Vatious indeed it was one continual succession of extensive Fields of what Corn and of tsar waving in the Breeze and giving Promise of an abundant har candles in the hands a Crown bridegroom s head. The Prie. In crossing this Prairie you first catch a ring upon one of their fingers and it is pass glimpse of the Temple at Nauvoo with its lofty a round till it is placed on Tho Finger of the spire stretching away up towards Tho goes round Tho altar followed Byr �?z�?z�?z�?z�?z.,.1 rom in the building occupies an elevated position on Tho friends and the or it uple he gives them his i vouch is computed to. Out am twin Tho second or highest Bank of the River and the Bono diction. It takes Placo in Tho richest Steeple rises about two Hundred feet making it churches in Russia. Tho same ceremonies visible at a great distance across the Prairie. Shall not. This won like no Culiar Fly coins Egypt duals of Steeple in it and come out near the vane Hundred and ninety feet from the ground. The View from this Point is most extensive and combines the desolate with the Beautiful. To the we it of you almost in a Cemi Circle flows Tho old Quot father of Waters Quot beyond it As far Ufa vision can extend you Sec the Green rolling Prairies Aud Lovely farms of Iowa Tho land of abundance and plenty to the East Are the More livid but almost equally productive Plains of Iii Luois Aud at your feet lies almost in ruins what three years s nce was a City of sixteen thousand inhabitants. The town is Laid out on in Oxten Sivo plat each House having a Largo Garden attach Tel to it and Tho whole covering a i. I ____.1.i,. a Motif or s cry. We rend in the journal de Cologne of de i camber 2 Quot capt. M. Was recently informed j that his son Lay dangerously ill a l i the another hastens with All Speed to the bed Side of her son but alas he is already dead Ops and then every succeeding Row drawn and lies extended in his coffin. In ihe4nguish ,. Thro Uji a former Row. T our was Are Quot generally i of the moment Shn utters a loud cry and Falls limited space inwards and us you ascend Tho used for this purpose but it can Ulaj be done with upon the body. What rapture succeeds to her River the Heau Hiness e pal to that of one of a Hook shape to draw one Loop the. Ugh despair when she sees her Well beloved son. Tho f Tilly the unhealthy climate extends Only for a the topics generally. This Region is inhabited another. Guernsey frocks and mittens Are made in said 10 have been in uni the year 1�u�o. If pre Dover the wide world. Sume More of the Arab , Are Intro Civ it is related that a scottish gentleman had a Sor Ili Zed congregate in town so Largo that one is Vail who was a audious for her Fine knitting. At one Lime she knit a air of Hose of the a thousand inhabitants Imu the hmm ple Are Rie gated and colors an i of such Fine loss layer for Trade. They Aro lira juiced a texture Liat each pair could be drown through a re used from a trance by Iii Mother s cry revive and open his at that a marriage. I never heard music so touching. Their dresses wore Beautiful. Tho Bride had a train 12 feet Long made of Rich summer velvet and lined throw Ighut with Ormine and. Quot _ i. It took five men to Bear Hor train and As Sho moved round Tho alter followed her. It was attached to Hor dress below Tho shoulder. Thoro Woro Many things about it very imposing. Tho to Dean was Sung most beautifully. Thoro Aro Many singular things Connor Tod with their private life. Whon making a dinner Tho Host and hostess do not sit but Liko Abraham Servo their guests. Tho irent Lineu of the niger an now Well ascertained by the experience of or. Boccoli and his follow Voy first you want Iron steamers of less Ira ugly and greater in Gine Power for by such vessels not Only Tho nicer but its Tali duh Branch might to Nav ignited at almost All seasons of Tho year. You a housewife and a want officers Liko or. Jew Rofi of Hardy con a Cavm with the and often wore them afterwards not without sly Wink from Jenny As often As she heard them speak of the King s Hose. In new England hand kitting is industriously practice by our tidy daughters in fact in All our Rural District it is an essential Quality hould be so should knitting institutions inured to Tho Clin Iati of Brit o spit extensively machinery at Coho a it disc oct Ami shrewd. You want trading Volage on the managers capable of accommodating thei Riho Mohawk near Hoy n. Y. Manners to Tho wayward of a rude i a it Gront extent of ground partly on Low Laud next Tho River and partly on the More elevated Prai doubt in a few years Thoy will pass away and tie i Aston the Temple. But few of the gardens Al drop Oak to Init out cd a their . Abraham Servo their guests 1 cogent Linen to Osili Mattho value of pro-1 go up to Tho ladies and their hands and it a i Yuu want Crews mostly of Thoy Aro Nui nime the lady is his Cheek hese Uro customs but Thoie is no i a Tho Limato. 1, i. Obvious thai Are now fun ctr a army of Tho houses though nearly new and in Istley of Brick Are doorlcs.�.-, que Windo Whitfi and . In some you can Seo Tho in acts of Tho Cairion shot fired in Tho mormon War no l the whole App Urance is such Aii to product in the mind feelings of sadness and Decao Guiou. The Zoal and a Ance of the Mulatu and mormons if tempered by prudence and guided by reason might in a few years have made Liis a Quot Queen City Quot in Baird. Ane Vilote of Luloh arts this artist was onco applied to by a Rich Bui penurious old it Tho Hall of Bis historical Piec much in Vogue he readily gone Tod to do. Printer. Emir a printers were men of profit up eruption and the print Uig Mollico was then in the strict sense Elli Concy of navigation run Power to remove of the a Iii a Quot Temple of learning in the rapidly and last in Ilo Aling with Tho , fist Days of Tho Art of printing its professors arc re i frito far More Usu More Arm very Fotou wrote or edited works Wlinich they e i for coir Ivory veg Stablo Trillow p0i pm us to the world and these it will be re Mem indigo Colon Wool a m to it in u Nort of Cida Vun hered were for the most part composed in Tho cos or haricot i aus by -w��, Tiiu Bor Woods a Carnot languages. Amoni the most code braced ances try of tie Briti Sli Queen. During the troubles in the reign of Chat Rlee i a country girl Camo to London in search of a place As a servant maid but not succeeding she hired herself to carry out boor from a brew House and was one of those called tub lower observe my a Good look Low occupation took her into servant Ami after a Short time o died Whilo she was yet a and left her Tho bulk of his business of brewing top Pedas recommended to Uio skillful lawyer to arrange her Hydo who was afterwards Earl of Clarendon finding the widow s Fortuno considerable married her. Of this marriage hero was no other than a daughter who was afterwards the wife of Jamos ii and Mother of Mary and Anno,.queens of England measure their Charity by a Peculiar Standard. A Man who has not a Dollar in his pocket would give a Penny almost for any purpose. If to had a Hundred dollars to might give Ono carry it higher and Thero comes a falling old. One Hundred Dollart. Would be considered too Largo a sum for him who has ton thousand Whilo a present of Ona thousand would be considered miraculous for a Man Worth Ono Hundred thousands yet the proportion is the same throughout the poor Nian a Penny and Tho widow s Miro. Is More than Tho Rich Man s sounding and widely Trumie eted Beno faction. Payment of Bill apr Nurt rating ,01 0,000 for Tho payment of Tho feb a diary and August interest on Tho funded debt of Tho state of Pensyl Vatinia has passed both branches of the Oldgi slate of that state

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