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14 Feb 1856

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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - February 14, 1856, Fort Wayne, Indiana 11y John w. Volume 16. to advocate and defend truth and Kekkor. Fort Wayne Indiana thursday morning february times. F a i per sitar. 24. Grad Penridge or. Attorney and conic Calior at i. Foil Wayne. Will attend to the collodion adjust Mctie or be euring of debts the payment of taxes Purchase Olund in any part of ind Iana. . A. Hamilton fort a. Harrison Indianapolis. E. Runnio diehard Sunda in now York. O. W Brinn Ilys Lup ii. Mcculoch Mcvan a d. C. Jones Cint o Jos. Jami son on january 1853. Attorney and counsellor at Law port Wayne office on the Corner of main and Calhon St. And opposite the clerk it office a Joseph attorney land counsellor at w agent fort Fiji Yore. Ind. Ill Pruet feel tie style und in an attention to land a Agency site the is and Caus Eliosof beb Tiliti any part it re Linton . Fort Wayne Isaac attorney at Law fort Wayne ind. Office in Odd fellow s 7wm. W. Carson attorney and counsellor at Law fort Watek. Will lion Toto Honor Law in Dunno f univ Cully. Biml Hamilton for Lwayne a Hen Hamilton. Ducat air. Jaq Luceon Clinton i conk Jan Lotf. Attorney and counsellor at Law fort Wayne ind. Office i of Pellonary. In Nury. 1ji5h c. S. Smith m. D., surgeon and physician. Office in the room formerly a in Pird by drs slur gis fld Wood Wertli under the Sentinel office Calhoun Vuc Clond Pearl Alley. Fou Jwa y Javk. June 7, 1854. Drs. Owen Mary f. Thomast North Coria Trorman Mill Sis in Patton Nix shoe s puh a sync april Dili 1b54.3 j. Bricker . Physician and surgeon. Fort Wayne ind. On Gillioun Street one door in Rte o Spencer House. 38t-y 1855. N n. I. Or. M a n k e surgeon dentist fort Wayne ind. Rpm Iankol for Livori lol Citi Collinu Jance of Public Pitron Bic. Office Ever Staple Ard a store. Be Brunerjr is 105s. -251 f dentistry. Having open re an pout it now prep Rcd to Ink i pvn All who inti favor Jilin a Lull Thror . New Fly sch of Fultn Clillie in Pali to Ilio Pulc Wlllie and Dolila to lie . Tiny Rock Iron moral Niti Irnel a Lingo. Arc of k fun us. Lite and per really rur like i Frel tit ill Lelli Lin from the Jill to 10 Wlllie trip tall backs Sci. Teeth filled with Oare and Fidelity. Note Tilton will by Sylvn to sit of tic Mosilli will Cut conic Puiul relic Lind i. Anal i a. Ii. Fort Wayne. April 5. Natl by. By Philo Ruh Isey Corner of Lorn Newny jul streets Fok f Waynel Jan Illch Laski. 2fl-tf. Alt ofom a Jiorge Mayer Piikoi iwo Stop 7 a ult Wafik Cornor of Oil cell Mizii omm Lmh running to convey to not from pack ctn. Wholesale and retail dealer in Arhu Ink also paints i Oil Dye a twas gifts glassware surgical instrument a Columbia fort r. W. T a y l o a Giro forwarding commission merchant. Four Wayne Inni Atta John Brown Kokiv York and cd Flykt aha Jpn taster 05e 3f Abis. The ii Oscar c1 Imi Teliin Lauua bund and Lor tie Teliin Tonc building North of canal near fort Wayne no p in the Commil Natiola. Life City we past of Saulia. One of the red ill Liall t by Al a Del n1 j i a i t re Init m required payment of a 1 11 Ottsie Cdr within f Ting for gents travelling shawls. Just received n new wolof gent s Slinn if very handsome patterns and for it tin dry goods store to . Aucott. Also a Jorge ment of double and single Brocic Blanket show or of nil colors and qualities which wih be sold at s dec. S6 w. T. Abbott. Just v 50 barrels Golden syrup 20 adds new Orleans sugar 100 bags Rio Coffee 100 boxes unions 25 chests of Tea sold Low for Cash at Bash s. Scpt2fl, a poet s miseries. Most first Ajkai Maxc a in Type. A Here it in i m famous now an ii tour n Pool. It really is in print. Gods i How proud i la be to show gentle annul will animate her a most. To read those Ned Clit Linos and know to whom boy were addressed. Why Leloss my soul Here s some Thimig won m a Tenn the jul intr mean by talking of the Graceful that Gander o or the Green and Here s of a Thiu Himikus it tipping Rill Well some of and hell instead of Hill thy looks so recollect to Vii Sweet Ard then twas kind and. Stupid fool for Blind Biffl printed Blind wan Cvar Lucli provoking work f tis curious Liy the by is rendered Blind by giving it tin thou Bast no the t s left out thou Host i Hope tint thou Art dear 1 Hope unit thou not Iliad who Chi i saw in Cuch a Spica so Many blunders Cut noned those gentle eyes is hero those gel tilt Oyes Btl Ammad the color of the in affection a afflict Ian i wonder if the likeness holds in fact As Well us fiction thou in. Friend the r is gone who would Liucc ii trifling Bing could cd Moigis a Friend into a Pientl to lieu not the is rendered lame h Milly is too bad and hero a Cei Monn i is out. My Lovely Ini Iid is Tuy drove her Blind by poking an pith miss and now they be gouged tout Agibin and i Iadelu a too. I la rend no More what a Lull i do i la never Dar Closi in the paper s of Ltd a Fin find wide tin now Inui u. Mend it o Fine Guiou client of limit uni life 1 write v j wish my poc a had been burned before Itaw the Light. Lot s Stop and recapitulate i be Dmn he Reyes Fiat s Plain i Vetold hernia won Luntie. And Blind and dead and into wag Over n horrid Hueh. In poetry or i be said sin wan n Una pin Maud the color of her j with j had Wittl Prink Rhory a Toul n half n Minnite i d u mtg Beart b Content Atid with in h begin it. I d Jam Lii body and boned and Nix Lett with n to and Neil him to unit bin that to sch la with an c. Health of the Wabash Valley. The Logansport journal Bun in article no he health of the which ii Kwh much of truth am so much of re Lection in penning in that we Sivc it place fur he reason further that our City Anil its Mlyn rent Crri tory Are to intimately n part of the the recent from this and joining Cou Liei now a tit is the country in merging from so Many of the evils inn Dent to new country is to Only the in nor ii wry evils of ague and other minor things Ami hould Trio citizen who contemplates removing lid this it May m change his notion to lend my to stay. No locality if perfect or combines All Ilio without Sohm Unile Mirable feature that the Nilert to Lessen Gen Era a tone or de tract somewhat rom sin run rat t for Sulu Brity Fertility Ami Beauty no to not of coun try in the Union perhaps con lines tin inc Able und i Hirale fur thu resident than this Valley yet it ii Tih its Drax Buck which with Home Enlil Only neutralise its belter Fea Tures. Tie Agim it my Oiler billions Clit Teurn prevail to Home extent at particular throughout whole length and though Ali. Gene nil to Timony and experience favors Tho Hope that it a on the decline the Pant from several Romies Ratiner preferred the pros a tract of an Early exemption from the visits of the pest that swept so generally Over the coun try. Jill Iota flick Shch scorn consequent upon civilisation and the of tin and we know of no Fertile Region Tinl Hull pissed Nihro Tifuh several Nunges of Ami Nigri cultural Progress that Lias nol a particular periods of its Progress experienced it Preva Lence of the ague or Kindred diseases. It is within the of from Ohio nil pc that those states pcs cd through the same ordeal and that Indiana until a comparatively Lale period was not will Licud with these diseases the extent Anil degree of the Prev Lenl complaint Baa also been modified Here. Until the Pant this Vicinity Wajih As free from them is the older Eastern or Wes Tern settlements and though the extreme sea tons brought tie affliction upon us with in usual severity we Ranii remember iht1 localities where the. Ague Nevi t before known Thi ii Sufler de from itt is Sov Isrell us this. It is notorious during the past summer and Kail billions ii nil Kish turn or in Ali Guylie lick heavy Oito. Thesis Ojiri Lenics is Iii Lio can Sod Liy a Laria or a substance Evul Vul Liy a Vot Jota during and tin crop us produce Limber that is left for women sailors women tailors women shoe makers and women Colliers and no doubt scores of other employments which Are not now in which ought to have been appropriated exclusively to men. Go to their houses see their narrow Homes without furniture or Iho most common j conveniences some even under ground like noisome dungeons. Look at their rags and filth and then ask yourself if it would nol have been better for the men to have earned All to Money and the women to have been left to Tak care of the Gottsc and the family even if it i left them dependent upon the men for support some years ago in England the o some portions of the population was so com pit Rte that the legislature found it Necess not Only to limit the hours of labor in Genera but also to limit the age no which children Sli Oul be employed in the factories As Well also j some instances to interdict women irom Certai men labor together wages Are so Low Thi Itil re quires the labor of both to eke out the most miserable subsistence. To prove the above assertions let us refer to some statistics we Rich happen lobe at hand. According to the eng Lish census there were employed in spinning Woolen yarn people of whom were females and in the worsted Facto Ries another Branch of the Woolen Imide were employ cd Lemilen thus that in this Nuh u majority of employments too degrading to b longer suffered. The same subject has also Heel brought before the legislature of France Asma be inferred irom what has already been stilted but whether acted upon i know not. Ami be this Yonne lady who volunteers to instruct tells us thai women ought to Force the Mac nto any employment for which they May thin themselves listed regardless alike of precedent r Public opinion. And Public opinion is soul of be softened in favor at this project that this nay inc More easily be accomplished. And All this is done out of a pure motive o . Bui if i were allowed to exam be the lady s Phreno logical would bet Small sum that i should Linin the organs of Elf esteem and firmness take unequal Range Vith thai of Benevolence and that veneration and comparison were subordinate Jet us therefore look Well it the question for or selves. We Are told that House keeping no of the Fine arts. Now that May be very Rue hut we had always understood that it was cry common duly almost indispensable for very woman to know and we also thought iat it took considerable time to learn to do it to be sure we belong to that class of id fogies who ought to have died before Ali forbid they should be no extensively us in others no doubt great evils exist in society and a ecu Edy ought to be found Lor theuil but it will no be found by violently opposing any natural Prin Clapie or necessary Law. In leaving this part o the subject i would advise the friends of the movement that before proceeding further i might be Well to consider How far the necessity of forcing women into men s employments l been effective in producing the present late o demoralization and misery of the working Clas sea of the old word. 4 if this movement by Nten did Only tract. Ohio. Cani lonely receiving of our own Annj Herr Inonu rupture we sell at Ca Alcorn Jons no line Bradley it a Charod Cut tier. Etta i or of Jaro. 2. Murray opposite the Ilok. Jan 4. W. Street ii cur Iho Park new Tork. Sion of Tiff Hook. Statios feh ital kit music and musical instruments. No. It Columbia fort Weir off . Oua ii get and it will exist until the country becomes so far cultivated that these immense annual wastes do nol occur. Our neighbors who propose to escape the in Convenie ocies of our local disease by emigrating further West Only Tempo Rise with the evil. The trouble will be after them. Afer fighting the enemy so Long it is nol proper discretion to Retreat to the very District s where it must Over take them in the natural course of events. When the Battle is half fought and Tho opponent is nearly ready for flight it were Folly to Antici Pate him and leave in Advance. Unless All rational theories of the ague Are fallacious we May Hope that the time is not Lar Distant when the disease will be to us what is to other places exploded we my enjoy tie advantages of n greater degree of health than has heretofore been our portion. Many of those who expected to emigrate after visit ing several Western Points have returned with the determination of seeing it out Here and their determination is a Wise one. We have a fruitful soil an enterprising Community and arc obtaining All the necessary facilities for . If Farmers and mechanics can not succeed in business Here and enjoy Tho Usu Al comforts of life they have to poor Prospect of doing so anywhere. Women s for Incus labor. In the pres ent Imperl Tiou As it seems to j of knowledge and Only increased Public will be a i talc surprised to j gun Rwjr Man Mem Ory a to to the favored candidate Lor Congress. J reply soon of mail is much is the porting to come from the outskirts of the Dis j Law. Why Iho evil. The Irtie knows Well enough Halall nature is a system of la co and we might As Well hate Mph to Stem the torrent of Niagara Aslo oppose Luuru s Lix cd and necessary Law. Lull on the other hand we not accelerate its Pace Wilhour danger of being drawn within the Circle of ils . Whal Ihnn Are we to be guided by Pru Dence experience and morality. The curse which mrs. U thou Gill would Mil or was nol in lend cd to last for All time when spoken by god or written by Moses is As plainly written to Day upon the face of nature and in the Book of the world s experience Asil Ever was in the hebrew Law. Does food grow More spontaneously now than in did six thousand years ago and in spite of improved met Hills improved machinery and locomotion docs it not. Still keep a respectful distance from thu stomachs of the poor does not Tho history of All countries throughout the annals of Lime testify to these indisputable facts woman has been forced into Man s labor by inevitable necessity and because under present circumstances labor is always in excess of capital she is Only paid after the rate of her subsistence. In other words though she May do the labor of Man it docs not take Tho same amount of Ducc to maintain her Sho does nol Anvil is to tie be ired this is lit Tome extent the of All so relies or it rust suf Lorient by so to show the Fallac room Keiit. 1 would anything to discourse those of the Hunan s of however say ladies who Mav strict will to appearing to that effect. Wium it to look Well in Congress he if the democracy want to to represented according to Char Ley s he noting sin put him Forward. When the Jtj Eremian. Shall have graduated him and win ter in he Ujj do men build because Mieir labor is cheaper we May tin in to run after these have Ini lit Lioa and abilities to enter into one of the professions the medical an far As it May be to the uis Lvi s Riniti others but i would not recommend notions due hut Lei Vliem remember their duties Are Peculiar being pointed out by god and nature and those duties must Ever remain the most important duties of the female character. Hut mrs. U. Did not seem anxious to Point out it Tim but . As though they had been violently debarred of them to the injury of themselves Annii society in general. This proposition seems to argue a very superficial View of Tho moral government of the world. Everything in the moral and physical Stron Ger govern inc weaker Hul we shall nol Pav tip in this Parl of the Suh Jeci. The Man being Tho stronger is of course the More capable but none would to deny that woman has also a in rec amount of intellectual to have Many Bright historical examples. Hot As physical Siren Gih is necessary to intellect lung Power we have fewer of late of female brilliancy and it is just possible that the world May have lost by the modern degeneracy of the race a general and perhaps of women in particular but How Are the Laws Ami customs of society to blame for it. Are they not the necessary result of luxury Ami refinement the a women do not now mix in Iho rude and Boister Ous sports of the men nor do the men sport either As in Ohlen time. The great mass of so Onnell up in Large cities and the men this is than that of either men or 4, Woll m Tho _ the 1btrodue. Tho Force of w i Hope however we shall have a Iii ski meet g Here at n suitable Lime when All these mat is will be fully dismissed and the Fri in o Freedom and sound murals unite and in nil h Cecli other like True men and labor in the Cam till the Field is won. A of hiked to feb. Horace oneely we Call the attention of postmasters in this comity and the Public generally to the follow ing excellent article from the Cleveland j lain Al Rake. This gentleman boasts of having sub scribers to his weekly Tribune which circulate mostly in these Western states. If he Ink six cents Noti on each subscriber to is r. Good can Well no Tonto nut Down he Nepor it Cost that no Western publisher can compute that with him in Price. His become a huge Uio Nopo a dictating nol Only terms to tin printing profession but by his overshadowing circulation dictating Western opinion. Principle aids to his Success to the West Are the postmasters in cities towns and country. Thev have not Only been in the habit of volunteering their efforts to get up chilis Lor the Tribune Lull have been acting As mailing clerks for sir i in me saving him thousands of dollars for clerk hire per year. Or Creely in order to Cut under and Shrenk Down tie Western Ivess puts a Lubing terms Down so Lowns not to take into the expense of writ ing Suhs Cri hers names on respective papers leaving this for the postmasters to do who so kindly have sent him subscribers nil who to knows Lin i got to Iriti said names before they can properly deliver said papers. In this Way he steals a vast amount of gratuitous ser vice from Western postmasters which we West Ern publishers think of asking. All we Havit to say to Western postmas ters is that if they owe any Midi gratuitous service to Horace Greely or to any other Imam Movalli establishment we expect i y will Roni Inni to discharge Ribeir obligations to him in this Way but if they Are Milly West i Ami Illuv Nofil to interests favor of sustaining Western men and Western Anil opinions we shall expect Thuv will go i further in their favouritism for Eastern publications to fully and fairly discharge la Weir duties is postmasters and leave sir Horace to mail his own papers or pay his clerks for so do there is n regulation of the Post office department which requires postmasters when papers lire not properly to Send them Back to the office of publication for proper directions. Of course when a paper or package of papers comes to an office with no direction at All except the Nemo Iho Post Felice. On the outside wrapper it becomes the duty of the Post master to return said package. If directed to an in dividing it should he delivered to him on his paying the proper postage. If he refuses Shors with More on Earth gave utterance to i eel Ings in o Chaste und elevated Strain which i am sure expire each s the feelings of every one pres sink thou the Trees will Mia tic Midi Nncy of Ali Inoyo. Clad in to Cir Joseph coat of Umno Hue tie Clouds to miss to Iceni be fading sky but now i n other climes by race must run. This Day of glory done. Sink thou nobler Light i Tho land will mourn Thein its darkling hour. Its heavens grow Gray at by retiring Power. Oliou shining orb of mind thou Beacon Tower. By by Grunt memory still a gun Diau might a boil thou Art gone from right. Glaciers. The following View of the origin und opera Ion of the glaciers of Switzerland is by the is full of information touching these stupendous natural Phenomena. L hey arc objects of incomparable grandeur ind cannot be regarded a Mere casual it Trosi ies Bat As important and effective instruments n Iho Economy of nature. All the world knows tie work of i hey arc Frozen Rivera in the or Frozen area in the depression s of the High mount ims Rozen solid to the and Art formed of the nows which fall on the loftier slopes and slide own into the hollows passing gradually to the Ond Ilioof ice and course by n imperceptible movement toward the lower Lains they arc of various dimensions from .1 quart mile to Many Square Miles in urea and i Lew feet to eight Hundred or ainu Bun red feet in thickness. The whole mass moves in its bed grinding o univ Dur its Rocky Walls and foundation they so transport on their surface the immense rec of rocks precipitated continually from the go wills and peaks which surround them Irown off by the action of Frost and the ele cats. The friction in the masses reduces the debris the immense Cut Iasi in of Rock thus reduced in borne away by the torrent which rushes from the melting ice at the lout of the Glacier All the great Rivers of Central Europe take their Rise in the glaciers of the Alps and the great deltas which they in pc formed Are but the of Ihu Alps thus reduced and transport i de. Said Herod us is the gift of the but More truly May it be raid Holland in the gift of the glaciers of the Alps. Some idea May be formed of the annual Abra Sion of the Alps when it recollected to Huttic area of the glacial Region is about 1800 Square and that More than co get Riith of Ull sizes Are projected from these elevations and Are Ever in action. Hut the Point of View of greatest in Tercel is that of the Utility of Glacier. All Tho great forces of nature Are ban nerd roman Chat Inch is. F been of government in Peru has been induced by them Reata and machinations of the roman priests to Issue a declaration against religious Liberty. This in perfect keeping with Jesuit ism Ever Sirice inc Hosmun Church became a secular Power und will continue until that of shall expire on tha of Init in Freedom. But the priests Dij not Slop when they had induced this proclamation against the inalienable and god Given. Rig Lifs limn. They have now presented petition to the Cim volition praying it to suppress Freonia Soitry and to prevent lodges from being hem in that country. The boast of Tomt Church Jyh that it never Cungee and Here is evidence of it conclusive a any Man can wish. Jesuit ism Job the name in Peru Tomt it id in Romp and it is the come in Cincinnati that his m Peru. To has the Wilt but it bus not the Power if it had there would not be a Lodge within the circuit of its influence or the reach of its Arm. Every Mason would be compelled to renounce Jiff for the tortures of the inquisition or tha stake it ways Hud been so where that Church wielded the secular Power and is so still As the above recorded fact with Many others of similar import fully attest. All it lacks Here is the Power to Cuca Eute its will and masonry would no More be permitted to practice Ita riles Here than it is at Rome Austria Russia or Spain. We speak plainly because the facts and evidence fully justify us in so doing and we should be Recreant to our Trust did we not proclaim the truth and let the Craft know the Luiking place of their Eno Mies. Yet in the face of these facts Well attested beyond Cavil a Joseph r. Chandler a past grand master becomes the advocate and apolo Gist of Jesuit ism it is not Long once he in blushing by proclaimed in this City that the Cath Olics were suffering a persecution As Tevero a any Nincic the Day of Nero it is almost in credible that a Man of his years and information swi uld make such assertion yet there a fact. Can account for it Only on the principle of shouting Stop or fur the purpose of drawing Atten Tion the guilty when or. Chand Ler uttered that libel upon american Freedom he knew lie wan Ulten Gobat we Solso unless become so demented by the blighting influence of Rumi Sli priests that he is no longer capable of discerning the troth. He should go to Peiu and there learn who Are the persecuting Purlin s. Land wabeawt8 find the following in regard to Iho by counteracting or compensating forces. Tin projectile and gravitating of Usu to Mili Lingual in Power lira Jilji Smeil that whih1 neither can subdue the other their of each other limit their Actu i. And re sult in Tho annual revolutions of the Cirth the internal forces of Martli which tin1 More powerful or Liumis of its surface and acting always in in direction tend to destroy in not Wietry and Rcd Tux it to . Lint there Ida counter Force Arin in tit a fixed Point and Cutten in nil Tuey May see prop Imit Ilie disturbing int Venct thy internal Orcea. The Lime fruit is n Ltd tid at about feet above Hie of Toto it Putur at feet in hit. I and Jecki inti this to tin fun Iii of tin Earlh at the Lorah or Mouth. The Earth is by his Belt or Nigbor its envelope it to Nln re us Vernal cold unil though Cobl in Imil Ive or ii is Ericc of heat it in equally with heal Jhc of the i Orch of at any Point when the Earth s lifted up by the internal Forn s lilt it Pink Rales the line of perpetual the Jehu Jal Iben Omenia in und a Camion Lii or noun Triin raised rapidly Cut i transported h Rritt by lit us t Nvard by he water Spremo Nair tin depression a re Ufiufi d in the in fit of born. The Alton of the elem Nib on the Uji Rastl Nissia by rapid and powerful Tomt no Rabl Porti Siim us thu i North s crust can retain tin Irvaline Micili above the line of perpetual few. Be higher mount Iii i Are consequent in found within or near the tropics they it Send with in Kivow tint the poles. Til while the glaciers perform thin important Art in nature there direct Utility a yet More Trilling. The sir mailed Rucks Whu a contain the re ruins of ancient vegetable and animal life my e compared to great buds no Gurtina Hud tip for lure use. The decomposition of Tittle a irks most Fertile boils am Llie richest of Lund we grunts in the correspond Eyce of Hon. S. Colfax to his paper the South Bend Register accounts for the great delay thera is in issuing these War run tie numerous letters i have received from under the Bounty bund Law the for the Long delay m the issuance of their warrants led me in one of the frequent Witt to the Puii Dion office which they Octaaf judge Ottinot for an fact state ent of the condition and of Tytla bran t. Of he multifarious duties. Judge moot remarked that by the orders of the secretory off the Interior Hie Are Lake it up for Ion exactly in the writer in which they ire . After comparison and dec scion the Par lieu filing them Are notified of fact i , i flu i his paying the proper postage. Of it it should be returned to the pub the reason Given. Will our Contemp Orario a throughout the West look to their laurels a Littel in this mutter. We Armill with annihilation by Ticao Luige overshadowing monopolies of tin East. Already the country press Are suffering severely and the City press feels sensibly their undermining influence. Moon the West will he without its press Iii out its literature and without its own religious moral and political opinions. The East will make extend control and govern All. Stated in the Greencastle Banner and other papers that one of the editors of the Satin tit and candidate for the a fico of superintendent of Public Vav. C. A Imiru of forgiving the harpers establishment the preference when making the Pur Chanos of books for the slate during his or. Lyrra Bee a now in should explain tins transaction in it is possible Tim banns of or whatever sum he obtained in that Way belonged to Tho children of the have been said out in books for the school cd Tirier. It by Llu in a binding Force can Len rep it of the rocks a to torrents and i ers Tricy Thia Virgin Earth not a the in toys and Plains at Inre watering and Fruchti them perpetually. There Are no Ingua of Iliou Larns in i of inside Rable Al ovation a Iii h do inn exhibit or Phenomena of yen curd or which irm Erly existed. Many Mountain ranges Winch Havo ceased to be Little bin ii it below the line of per Frost Wlk re a Lari is cease but heir Nikii Nitis Ishii it remain that at a for incr period icy had a much or Extension than they have now. They ulivo i a formed an important part in carrying and moulding the surface of tar into vol lays slopes and terraces producing Onri cd and Bra pitiful and Ali Barren rocks As they Rose up from the Suu t. The successful the warrant i d the proof insufficient Tomt fact is the goes up if rejected theft Ili in. The ii it Law unlike the provi uus on i Niri a record evidence to Siw Tiu Tia Elmin and hence Many in Ivsich Var ration were in Viii Fly granted on payola Oil under the present Law in of tin Rolls of the company or in Wahidi Tho served. Imp ing it Ali lost or burned uras in the Cense of Tho Mii Rylind of j8il extant itt to very Mutulas a condition. Pension Art record evidence by thu us they have been Grint cd in Many cases on Parol Loht Muny. Talija Sci Uit in us i Tuo of Lam Law is tin Cerioli Colw is in of icing copy of an Olio in a caul. Who write me cannot mute Noniel Why their neighbor Whoso application is fitly has of turned i knt id u warrant while mention no. 000, not yet been heard from an either Al Jawed suspended or rejected and the following is tin i Tun Iii have rec edited Bounty lands under air Wilim jaws and Aputi Caliuis granted on record All no which can be verified without go ing Mil of the pension Ohice the Cummi Mion Chan issued warrants up to about no. Where this has riot been Tho Case and Tho have to be Wen to the third or Atul Ilowit according tin the car vice May have been in the army or Navy for cution by their Rolls they Timve Only to no. 80.000. Where they Ivo logo through the Quarter a Titei Cen Evars office they Haro Fertile and productive in this respect they Are inti Nelly Connie red with the modification a soil of eliminate. Of vegetable of anime to and of human life us the now exist. The interesting chapters in natural history and human Futory which shall Devil up the important relations of local pit Sical causes to a finial life and to Tho development of the human mind Imp cent yet been written. It tile great John son Lintl lived until Obeso Days he would have Boon on Pood terms with our Young Friend in 1797 Jeff Erson Drew up n petition for the of a inherit flu non Gooc Bhend counties Vir Ginia which is found an veg hit unit pub by the i Baltimore s in. It appears that Jefferson thought that non hut americans should be placed on juries. Says and Yon Petitioner Furtun a submit to the Wisdom of the two houses of Asse the safety of the citizens of Ali Bly whether Imon Wearb their hair Sirop cry Lii in Law government does not require that capacity to act important office of a juror grand or potty civil or criminal should be restrained in lutun1 to native citizens the unit nil Syntra or such is were citizens at Date the treaty of which closed our revolutionary War and Tibet hit their ignorance of our Laws and natural partiality to the countries of their Hinh Rrt not. Reasonable causes for declaring ibis to in rights in Vuturo to adopted Citi the of Fathis on Pophet. Tilt of Paris lately issued in address in to the new Dogma of Tho he co Lendu that up Tii the 8th of december those who w6uld not hold ibis Ului Juiia were orthodox catholics and or res that us the fait1 of the Catholic Church is a niacin so still and Oliero lore Iho decree which proclaims this new Doc Trine of idiot be the definite Sentance aft lift Church. He asserts Tomt in nmn the people so far at religion is concerned Are i such ignorance the like of which a nowhere seen and that this it confined to the Unity but that the bulk of the roman ecclesiastics of nil orders and of All con Niue in Stoma itself in proportion As As the to account in this Way fur tin diff met so readily to Vived. Hts ates however that it a within Tyml of Intelli Junco i i Hume Nave Llie dish Cully with regard to it Lii Nisi la but Nedri Job Rene none has lib erty to v forty in Liberty in write in Linja purity of the gospel and la so Virit of the in Home i hero the to strangle Tho truth. Father have1 Liberty anything but the Truo and sincere uni a nothing. The discovery of the open circumpolar sea Appi firm to have been made by a russian officer thirty ugh. This was Lieut. Who somewhere Alt it year 1824, advanced by so is the ice from uie Northern coast of Siberia Tui North in the open sea. Admiral tool frequent found Inga during Ilic trip and found the water Phal Low with a Bottom. The climate became More moderate is be m tide northing. Accord ing to Bis estimate of his in Hixion it Tho Muff join of Ilie open Polar no earn h o must Nave been near the of s3 North on which or. Kane was when he saw in o Sanio Brea a mos Lon the opposite Side of Tho Lieut concealed provisions in the ice a n of advanced which be Cut out for supplies fun return. The party of Deal in lodges Farmed by spirit i Imp Winch also cooked their their were not As great Thomao of the Hind thai have gone out from tha too Here i do you examine your claim nays pipes Are Placiti and Asli Vui Hals if not do so to night for no amount of Effort .squire., who in one of Iho most can save your property those cold times if. It wow quite thunderstruck to find he i a slight misapprehension of i Iio of our Cape no lick not Long one of the lady passengers who was on in cult ii in uie Captain was of Tho told one of our Sohit i the Captain Nomo advice As Iima to Bis unit and without untiring the . Justus tin exclaimed How rold 1 is enl Wilh earns Nesh in relation to the a course had it you Botier Juif in a a Little 1 phrase which sailors will appreciate. Tho lady Ros Hornli d with decree of Tyrl Ness and Tho of Iho most modest of Moa so should be u i n hi1 h con Able an observation

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