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Our Brother In Red (Newspaper) - August 17, 1889, Muskogee, Oklahoma m p. AUGUST 17, 1889. i I. T. J. O. Physician and at I. T. NELSON EAST SIDE OF Joe is also in the shop and would to see all his oW J. S. and Main I. T. GREEK - - I. T. Good and Moderate L. Prop. EUFAULA - I. J. equal to any in Charges L. t Temple & Attorneys and at is the of seems to haTe been to our It is of importance be f to the Tbe inhumanity of the has itself in the but a dead and we reply that tlie 1% at tint I when t that the have had the gospel for years and have been under an conference for yet utterly unable to stand there seems to be sonie fatal inthe way of this I took of this at the District C inference during my anii a said in don't this is Indian's We have never been self This my ejes to the fact that the not so much in the people as in the church's methods in dealing with I am satisfied the people have the elements which assure the as a self supporting under proper I preached on Sunday morning at the the Chapter of passage of which embodies and illustrates the whole procesa pf individual and I preached just I would to the most congregations of the and these people as fully eu with the any to Whom T ever gave of intelligent ain - Will Court Collections Mad in the United lei States B. B. J. P. H. O. GROVE & SHEPARD ATTORNEYS AT Turner & Byrne's store un Miia - - Refer without permission the Hon. A. H. D. M. and A. W. and 0. J. clerk ol the court of J. G. From W. D. From & AT - - attention given to all business in the 8. Court and the U. 8. attended opposite the Post W. h. PRES. 8. Jr. Tenn. & Collection - practice in U. 8. Court for Ind - IND. Refer to F. B. Severs and Rev. F. Brewer - Late Judge Of the Arkansas D. STEWART Of the Kansas Hinds ft lor Ai and ud remitted without the Their were profoundly but they guve no outward signs but tears and They sat and listened and and when I asKed those who accepted the who had been to they rose en with tears in every We made another test of their tooK a while I have made many never saw one such as that Nearly every one Hen in their shirt sleeves women came to lay their on the The gospel has done wonders for poor peoples When we thinK that in a hundred miles of them is a tribe whose language are no words and and then at the intelligent devotion of we cannot help saying that if it had cost ten times the it would have been fully But we cannot help thinking how more might have been The Indian shows most signs of capacity in head and heart for Christian development and eyen Wise church work looks far beyond the mere salvation of it is far sighted and works for the distant Herein is the wisdom of those who took the to the Sandwich and Fiji They taught them sel f support and aggressive work for no doubt that this work has suffered for want of the oversight of one The onerous duties upon pur general leave little for them to know the work in or two such as they must make in a year of Episcopal It takes time to know the condition and needs of the It lies away off the railroad lines and can only be reached by tedious And it takes much more time to settle upon and successfully inaugurate a policy suited to these I am glad to learn that the charge of this work has been permanently to Bishop We may justly expect large The Indian Conference They have but they need Such are more needed in any part of the It ia I that men will answer for that work who ciw be easily from other They need the wisest and the and I know no mere inviting for such as have a pity for and a for training soU la the as the and the Oo have richest in who wisely Inthe of are no more of the Godly men Who lives to it. There are doing more apostolic faithful ones who are that Another indication is that the Indians the white ing out for help above They wish With good men to prea ed Ijy competent day school to educate th Indian Mission Confere come to vigorous self C. Kansas toT useful found in men to this there than those given their len who are than the now in eana much are ten who are I be lifted to this will HV D. C. Mathematics ia one of the most popular subjects of study in our In the form it is one of the very first to the atten the infant in one guise or it accompanies the siu dent through all the gradations of his ad until he hsr received his at the end of his cause in the or the The aggre gate of mental labor andj time expended is Yet we may safely contra that than one of that ever use for this branch of beyond the aim pleat of four primary The teacher in introducing the study of geography to his juvenile some times finds it to use a little strategy in order to them to take hold of it with a proper To end he take them with lumon an imaginary pleasure Start ing from the school house away they go by by or it may through a pleasing variety of field and glancing at and splendid tracing the courses of locating mountain gazing with terror upon flaming visiting famous battle and until the happy party has made the entire circumference of the earth and has landed Vt the same spot whence The pupils all aglow with the animation which so pleasing a fiction is calculated to are told when they become men and they may desire to in on just such a trip around the and in such a a knowledge of geography would be specially helpful to them in the execution of such a They catch the and with hopeful zeal address themselves to their But what of the outcome f After devoting many years of precious time to the study of they and go away to their some their some to their and some perhaps at any to the place assigned him by the exigencies of teal The gilded dream of foreign travil has vanished The once delightful lessons of geography have all escaped from the rasp of the and each spends numerous days of a long lifetime within the narrow precincts of his own chosen spot of earth without ever having an occasion to venture a hundred from Once it is always a happy ment in the life of the when he is permitted to begin hit lessons in Greek and It ia not easy to realize the amount of mental and that is usually expended mpon these dred Think of the well as of gram m&r to be and the which have to be acquired by the form ation and of a deliberate purpose on part of the the process of manipulation required in turning and over the teaming pages of the ponderous lexicon in search for verbal Nor could an adequate of the ag gregate of kind of drudgery be without the further reflection owing to the inconstancy of the it to this lexicon timet over for or at least a of aU thele myriad And here again we are led to What is it all It is certain that this kind of when can bring no appreciable aid to the possessor of it in his real life struggle for and unless he should make the the arena of his It a well known that when they go into industrial generally throw their together with their aside to become the prey alike of motis and But if geography and language afford us so little practical what shall wb say of and the I if we should go and the upon this he would toll us emphatically that a of things has no tendancy whatever tc help him to a or to do better work when he has it. ' Let me not be It is not my intention to say a single word to discourage the mind's acquisition of abstract knowledge in every available of do I allow appreciating the charms of classical My sedition here is intended to go no further than sinoply to make just as as possible the fact that such is not the kind of culture that fits men for making a themselves and their The first duty of not to say very is to take care of the by properly feeding sheltering and clothing it. It is obvious that the body and the mind are related to each other in the order of antecedent and There must be a body before can be a It is only in connection with the former that the continuance of the latter as a denizen of world can be We know only too by that once separated from its fleshy it flies away and is gone We have also from the same inexorable that the happiness and usefulness of the mind depends upon the condition of the mind is a sound is but a correct ment of the order of and an unsound mind in an unsound is a painful reality only too familiar in human But an unsound mind in a sound or a sound mind in an unsound is an unnatural linKing of it cannot If there were any thing else needed to convince lis of the of our duty to the physical it is plainly readable inthe nature For some reason or creative Wisdom has adopted flesh and blood as the medium of communication between the material and the Every thing every thing every thing every thing excellent in human derives its being and exists by virtue the material Prior to all all all were and at for all practical they cease to In view of such facts as there should seem to be no. lack of considerations to constitute the care of the body a matter of supremest Indeed the highest and most imperative duty that can devolve upon a human being In this ia to see by honest hie wardrobe it filled with his with aii Abundance of nourishing and that a is provided for and his household And in with ibis view a e the worus cf the tot for he is a state of than which none other can be more 0. W. a be Bro. have Joel from an extended trip lo and engaging in a brothers J. F. Wagnon It nm very refreshing to scribe to tcM over the lovely grass to and mountain 4 how the hand One almost feels tlie presence ik as he on the of their sublime I had pleasure of M. A. of McAlister and heard him ably Our reasons for practicing Infant on Sunday at 11 a. m. and S p. m. an able presentation of ' truth delivered in love but unanswerable i 1 At the close he offered for one word of Scripture forbidding Infant Now let those who deny our children i place in the Church ' up get the It is a If they can't show word against it let them forever hold peace * Mft may think I am rather lengthy in article but I have got a heap ' f. want to tell you how they treat my WiiSe when I come preachers often get pounded and they often need It but this time preachers On the WJ was invited to q&l evening with a lady returning lol and The was lighted and a happy group of filled the The table was with good the pantry was fnU canned fruits and and melons dress a beautiful rocking in cash and good to to swell with love and for thaae noble ladies for their As they have administered our temporal wants so may their that I had to express my you I; it be May ae prove worthy of such v kindness and good But I Come down and see us and will feed you More Anon. Yours for A. A. Dr. of the tian lectured recently at tbm Piedmont near Here is to say about Tlie breakfast at Cleveland meanest for the mOney I eaten for a that's the Tennessee in an hoar I had thought tiding that in Geo defy the dial of a have 801 hot cars landed me two miles front depot for the I hurled hif carriage to the and found I wsm set down to in thirty In that brief time I had to find the a taKe a change scan the notes of the in: from my fingers and hide bed strings snap In from the bacK and the vest lanii be taxen off to get a ' on rear of the The cite and it bleids and The spring to my valise pinched off ee qf f Kin from my I leaping down the out waa with for bnv ing throng it I cvm inm with the every me for an
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