The Ohio Organ Of The Temperance Reform in Cincinnati, Ohio
6 Jan 1854

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6 Jan 1854

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The Ohio Organ Of The Temperance Reform (Newspaper) - January 6, 1854, Cincinnati, OhioIt eternal Hostel Ltd to tote liquor Shapic. Vrr pc Jim j a. F. Cary editor. J Caleb Clark p r 50-w Hole no. 103- 1 Cincinnati Friday january 6, 1351, to volume 2. " the Knout. ? i of All punishments then our is the most severe and sanguinary i but it is Seldom inflicted except for tames of the deepest Dye. Although May appear to the casual observer Little worse than our punishment of whipping Petty offenders yet its Tefle rfcs Are increased and death greatly i consequence of the pains taken by the judicial authorities in Russia to perfect the executioners in their horrid occupation., the Knout is a very heavy throng As thick As a Man s wrist and weighing u Wake friends of virtue i a imitation or Tai Musi Illes a tax. Addressed to the world Temperance convention held in metropolitan " Juall. New York september 6, 7, 8 and 9, 1853. ,. Of t c. Warrill. T. To Friend of virtue 1 Wake to Flory j what precious interest bid Yon Rise from gloomy prisons Bear the Story ". Bee widows tears hear orphans cries shall Hertless men the feeding r Bend Drunken maniacs through the land. A Ruff Ltd horde a Lawless hand while All that makes life dear lies bleeding 11 up heroes take the i it f., the Freeman s weapons Wield i t press on press on All hearts resolved the world Hull yet be free i 8, spirit of Law i can dido resign thee Onoe having Felt thy generous flame 7. Can party Luh Emet or Gold confine thee ? can one Deleat thine lorts tame j r too Long the world has wept bewailing. The Bloid Staine d sword the oppressors we d the Mains Law is our sword and shield and now to Leif schemes Are unavailing. " 1 Rous Vino a men Rome i redeem your tem Paranee vows t press on press on. All i Earls resolved All nations shall be free i.8, Froid Kast to West resounds the Story " the Tfir Aperance Banner proudly Waves " " Mahib taught the world the March of glory her Gallant ban no longer slaves i with Imit and love full Long they pleaded but when the i4w in Thumler up Olin it burst their chains stroke. And peace Anil Hafiz less succeeded. The swell Horal sir Alrh All Ball the i Ormi Tel i juice rein la i n shall prevail i i. I for the Organ. Mison Sabbati. Schools. It interesting to Many to know what is being done in this City towards gathering up that class of child ref and youth who would other Wise by wandering about the streets on the Sabbath and giving them Sab Bath school instruction. ,. Schools have been and Are being established in. Different parts of the City into which Are brought the. Poor ragged and dirty Sot Nething on the plan of the ragged school at the five Points in new York and there principles of morality and religion Are in stilled into their minds. Thu largest Mission sch vol in this City is one held on court Street which has been established for some years and con ducted by Young men from different churches which now has an attendance of from 300 to 370 scholars almost exclusively germans. This school is a re Arkadiy interesting one Ana has been brought to its present state by the untiring efforts of Young men and women who have Felt a desire to do Good and there is every encourage ment to believe that their labors have not been in vain. There is also a society of Young men bearing the title of " the Young men1 Christian Union and societal it object Ahe establish hit Al a 6f Ali Sioa Sabbath dc1 in the most destitute portions of the City. Thev now have six interesting schools under their care which though but in their infancy number from1 60 to j 20 scholars each and Are continually increasing in numbers and inter est. Thi society is composed of Young men of All evangelical denominations and cordially invite All Christian Young men to become members and with them to their work of gather ering together and instructing those children whose moral and intellectual training Sre neglected elsewhere. We want More labourers who would be willing to make the necessary sacrifice to engage Iri this useful work and we Trust they would find it a work not devoid of interest. " r the Good which May be done in this Way is instruction Given these children will never be entirely eradicated from their minds but Willen most cases influence their lives to a greater or less extent. Or. was once a poor ragged Dot in the streets of London bidding fair to grow up in ignorance and crime but was induced by a lady to go with her to Sabbath school and there was Laid the foundation of his future usefulness. He has now done More perhaps than any other person towards translating the Bible into the chinese language and sending the gospel to that great Empire. Although we May not raise up any. Or. Morrison s in our Mission schools in this City yet there is Abun Dant reason to Hope we May at least make Good citizens of some who would otherwise grow up in vice and intern Perance e. R j i " o. Jest at the Gate which suspicion enters love gets oat., blow parallel 16 the former and in a few minutes All the skin of the Back was Cut away in Small slips most of which remained hanging own her Tongue was Cut out immediately after and she was banished to Siberia in times of the Early czars the per formers of this horrid task were regarded with so much respect that they were admitted into the Best society. Nay it is even said that in those Days merchants thinking it honorable thus to pass into ranks above them paid Large sums of Money to be allowed to fulfil the murderous duty. When their ambition was satisfied they d the vocation at an enor Mous profit. So expert Are the executioners of the present Day that they can handle the Knout with much More readiness than our Coachmen their whips. As a Firof of their dexterity a Wager was two russian noblemen relative to the professional talents of two of them and an Eye witness relates the following to be the result the person who won the bet gained it by the following feat he placed his companion at Arm s length from him and undertook to strike two Hun dred times with his Knout yet though he should not touch nor injure his per " son it etch Wev v without ?9ih Ca Hiff Hoij. By Way of expressing Hia guru Uius for the patience his companion had elicited when he had finished the. Specified number of blows lie lifted " up his weapon and in a playful Man Ner appeared to give a slight fillip to wards the Matt on whom his skill had been exhibited he hardly seemed to touch the body but on inspection a wound of at least a foot and a half in length was perceived bearing an exact resemblance to one which might have been Given by a razor or any other Sharp instrument. The one who had received the blow seemed to take it in Good part and As a joke coolly re marking that be should not be Long in embracing an Opportunity of returning an equivalent to the favor re i lived. The two positively asserted. That they could without any remarkable Effort on their parts kill the strongest Man with Only three blows of this simple though dreadful. Instrument a Knout. To extract per Fomb of of bowels procure a Quantity of the petals of " any Flower which has an agreeable odor card thin layers of Cotton Wool which dip into the finest Florence Oil Sprinkle a Small Quantity of Fine Salt on the Flowers and place layers of Cotton and Flowers alternately until an earthen or wide Mouth Glass Teasel is quite full. Tie the top close with a bladder and Lay the vessel in a South aspect exposed to the heat of the Sun and in fifteen Days when opened fragrant Oil May be squeezed away from the whole mass Little inferior if roses Are made use of to the dear and highly valued Otto. Or. Odor of i 1 from two to three pounds the la Feu is of breadth of abroad tape and narrowing at the end and the handle is about two feet Lon the place usually chosen at St Petersburg for the Public infliction of the Knout is an open Muddy Plain near the River Neva and the execution is always attended with a military guard of cossacks and other troops. As soon As the culprit arrives at the plat form a paper is read aloud which contains a description of his crime and the sentence of the court before which a has been tried. I in Ordinary cases the criminals each in their turn Are fastened to an inclined Post having a ring at the top to which the. Jihad ass. Tightly by Means of a rope us to Prev. In patient from crying out. The i aulds Ari theft closely tied on either eff and at the Bottom the feet Are Fetiu by Means of two rings the Back 43 then bared to the Waist and Thiex Elution or commences his a the abbe Chappe d aute Rochelle late s an execution of a female in the reign of Elizabeth. He states that Madame Lapo Okin who. Was on of the most Beautiful women belonging to the court of that Empress had Een indiscreet enough to mention Sai i of the endless amours of her a Hirial mistress and was therefore Condo n de to undergo the Knout. J the Beautiful culprit mounted be scaffold in an elegant undress. She was surrounded by the executioners on whom she gazed with As Tonial ment and seemed to doubt that she Ras the object of such preparations. Pne of the executioners pulled off i cloak which covered her bosom a which her Modestti took alarm so tarted Back turned Pale and burst in tears. Her clothes were soon stripped off and she was naked to the Faist be fore the eager eyes of an. Immense concourse of people profound y silent two of the executioners then Kook her by the hands and turning flier half round raised her on their t cos in Clining forwards and lifting a a Little from the ground Uppa which another executioner adjusts her on the Dacks 01 Bis coat Jef Sana placed her in the most pro to r posture receiving the Puntil it s lie then retreated a few Sec. Ensuring the proper distance wit i a Luyeye arid leaping backwards i 1 stroke with the Knout so As to or by a piece of the skin from the neck 10 the Bot Tom of the Back strike his feet against ground he i in a second t

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