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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - August 8, 1855, Cincinnati, OhioA whole no. 1,111. His teacher or sired to live that he might be useful howler led him to see that his place for being useful was just where his heavenly father had place him and from that moment i anxiety on that he determined to be useful where he was and for e Ery _ l _ a a a word in season. Hut his families a the old sickly parsonage on that Mission has ruined the health of almost every family who lived in i at Chillicothe the trustees have made consider parsonage. D and Waverly Mission anxiety for the conversion of his parents was very Arr it vet even Here he rested in god. He had nmv�1 for it and he believed that god would Grant Eira his request. He desired his teacher to visit his father but As the father was a philosophical in Del posted up in All the argument of a a belief. I. The a her shrunk from the encounter. However on the Mission a society has been listed and a meeting House procured through y ear Ripley West Union Mission Mission a a Cher Hortum num a it nested urgency of the boy he consented and Epe Aiea urgency a a surrounded ago the first Steps to build a Church father ready for subscriptions were raised thing has fallen into a deep and sickly number Pomeroy on the Ohio River. The Brethren will do Well to come by Public conveyance As far As possible. The friends have often asked us a a Cau you sustain a conference in so Small a place a a we answer none need stay away from conference on that account we will find a place for every member of the conference and All visitors from other conferences. The Brethren who intend to bring their wives with them to conference must give us timely notice. The Brethren when they arrive in the place will Call at the Church where they will find committee to conduct them to their boarding a. Brooks e. Boring. Religious was in the esd to purify the civil code which presbyterians to their Praise let it be told were sus As an educator it did so that the civil institution of slavery under the trained by state patronage. And it was thought to be Christian moral code melted away and finally became next to impossible to endow a College by voluntary and w ill probably leave. However resigned her Posi Forsyth Street new York and after a member it a Sabbath we were invited by brother Daniels of some years became connected with the Church m Madison Street. He was Early engaged a nullity and therefore extinct. The code of St. Paul contributions. So it has been thought that the Church preach a missionary discourse which we did to the Sabbath school instruction in which he took Rev in Ilia Falln Oriff a Quail Roq Ftp new i Munaf via Chinn Rhul vow via Alala will in Ilia 1a.l v m. A. 1 1. A. Pm cull is comprised in the following passages of the new must be supported by the state. Within the last thirty Best testament 1 corinthians Vii 90-24 ephesians Vii years the methodist episcopal Church has shown that the College Bell we repaired to Campus Martins afternoon at the ringing of Delight. He was soon licensed As a local preacher 5-9 colossians Iii 22-25 in 1 1 Timothy i 1, 9 the Church can be supported by voluntary contrib listen to president daily a baccalaureate. His text spent much of his time preaching Titus ii 9,10 1 Peter ii 18,19. Tons but that colleges universities and academies in the passage to the corinthians Paul teaches 1. Can and that state institutions May also flourish Sam. A 13 a a be of Good courage and several years hearers that the Freedom of christianity was infinitely Superior our Brethren in Iowa owing to the spirit now in the the men for our people and for the cities years ago he the term this City and joined the South fifth Street Church places during conference. To civil Freedom verses 20, 21. 2. That even slaves Church and the Means in its members can endow i de stood in of Chi of text energetic of its member should not be Over anxious or impatient in securing their University with $200,000 More easily than the Gen enc my w. A �2 i. A in a i a As if s it �4� h1 Ai Heru july 26,1855 civil Liberty verses 20, 21, 22, 24. 3. Yet slaves whole Church thirty years ago could raise $50,000 for specific sense and hence he presented i if a i i should Endeavor to become free if by any lawful one or All its colleges then projected. A a on friends for the imitation of the Young gentlemen from that Church he joined prominent part in the erection As i preacher he waa most acceptable and no to first Dow from him to6,. I a i a a i i id Lotfi can endow their University if to i us of life Man u i to about to graduate and enter upon the great Battle More so than in the Church to which he belonged l a i i a Rao a corny and that it was but. If such a the Case Here it is much More w at ii a a 1 a m Al. 1. A. L \. Ewton Wii Ciu ,�----- fair Prospect of Success in getting a suitable Church a Nirve # a and failed gathering 1 in the i Good souls a Buff right to la a a a an a Ould up no us saw where Dho last conference year close with then he brought Home the merded Quot this was a unexpected thrust which he sought to Parry by divert ios the conversation to some Oiler topic. Hut no the Christian Soldier was firm the question must be answered and the Man s con science compelled him to say Quot no. Wal Ftp be can proceed no further id re first performed this duty rather Quot verse 21. All Alavo a should therefore Law literary institution in the United states in due time he then called their attention to the inner Christian. And now to Day lies beside him his fir fully do their Best to be free. 4. Those who it for the Western Choli than advocate consent to become slaves. A Eye Arel proof which we think will be sufficient to establish position is denied we Are ready to give the it act of which they were the custodians As expressed born and beloved daughter Mary Over whom u ret we could not reach the last it Celina mss. N. 0. Con., july 20, do not become the slaves of Point Prosperity disadvantages but we have reason More souls would have been saved lord has been better to us than our Feare on this Field of labor. The year commenced very ear of verse text sometimes been accused of talking cities text by the language a your people and the prayed often and with her he was often in the roman government somewhat extravagantly in regard to these matters first it was the duty of Young of god. Truly Lovely girl year god teacher came he found the dying boy full of Confidence that his father would be Cote Vertex and he related How that for several Days he had come Early into his room and read a chapter in Fhi Kia a nil on a after watching to see if the boy room for All those meetings. And others the society Here Germany abroad principally past dirt of the lord has visited have done More Thau perhaps could be. I a up petted and he is now despairing of Success asleep he had keeled Down and p ived to see both his father and Moth converted to god and having grown rapidly in Grace and shining brighter and brighter As he Drew near the me persons in Cincinnati no Wouita proposition of a brother in Dayton be one of ten who will pay for the lurch one Hundred dollars each. The l be year commences so a think As any y my Iti Nerancy. But the darkness is principal and the True Light Shin eth. The spirit has been poured out the work of the lord has been revived and fifty seven have been converted j servants and added to the Church on this Mission and several have been added by letter for All of which w. Brooks. Themselves this Paul forbids and nation to preserve unsullied our and character in All the essential attributes christians because they were bought Ecith a Price chimerical misty but they considered our no some will now. Constitute a nations greatness a free pure Christian be sound slaves to their masters have nothing to fear in the Church and out of it to Advance his glory. 8he was engaged to be married to one whom she Dearl loved and Christian morals a let the facts of the past have proved the soundness of our i he said from any Power from without that May at-1 bought Only a week willing tack us As a nation. All we have to fear is Dis Mem now she lies there cold masters worthy of All Honor that the name of god we reaffirm future for the correctness of our present declarations. I Berment from the wrongs within and so Long soon to have been beside her sorrowing for her can lord doctrine fail if we live we will then confess preserve our National character de-1 too deep for utterance. Believing masters been resources guard our literature and stand Rev. L. My kown a. M., principal of the Coopers because they Are Brethren but rather do them service lifetime. Schools Mission Pearly Gates god took flu j we a courage and perseverance Christian lady was lost when such r suffer its trn Christian Job Hitatt. Because they Are faithful and beloved partakers seen the catalogue fear female Cohen Date Institute n. Y., has been Benefit the a things teach University. When this comes to hand we will doctor next discoursed upon the at-1 elected principal present greatness in which he presented very handsome salary of $2,000 prof. Results followed an incident. Second oar two Sabbath schools at Dayton celebrated Cincinnati wednesday August 8, 1854, 1, 2. Servants be obedient to them analysis of men in Europe and America my kown we believe is a member masters treated More largely of the past than the present conference remembered after being so rudely repulsed but she pourtp1 0 Juty in the Woods Tho society singleness of you heart Ohio univ Ralty. Seeming to entertain the idea that the age of greatness Well doing aint and she did Laid of Liberty Quot that such was acceptable to god a a amp a Lim a cd a it a a a my a Whollte died in the work ephesians i 5-1. Such Are the instructions of la aul graduates in the regular course and two in the scientific graphically presented and the Young men were urged change of the general Rule on slavery the editor of Llull Tuc w o a 1 111 Faiai a 1 la Taii atom to Maijai k a a a a i u inv mip inv m Liv or Faithf tut a a Uva tit 11 All n i in Oai Willi of irl non Wner in i of bal him Lian an Hajj ii n i god for the the proceeds of this Piper will be equally divided Eye service As men Fleaters but As the servants passed High standing for literary attainments and will various fill with Honor the Post to which he has been called the commencement exercises of this institution took for human achievement where the Christian scholar a writer in the Pittsburg advocate of july 3ht the sacred injunction a a be not weary m. Ain incr hymn and a Raisin v the proceeds of this paper will be equally divided among Eye Simce As lieu Piea Sers dui As me servants 01 the commencement exercises of this institution took ror Numan achievement where the Christian scholar a writer in the Pittsburg advocate of july 3b a a m a ii. ,111�, a i. To a a Al u it if i a a pc. 5ithi d,i"811, a 0,1fc.&Quot to ill. No a a in a a a i to a a ult a a a pm a a mid in a it Row. Bin ii m. Privileges they enjoy a a in the i eauno1rdu in us Tali ii pop into ii it us. In a a j u any one May see by Peru Sig the texts we have department doctor d. W. Clark editor of the repos it with promptness and Energy in cultivating those lha a pm per i id editorial Crit bag the first Iii a i t Midi a m Al 1- a a m Tuut 111 i v the premises we must pass hither and i Chi Rich complained of being unwell which feel of our first Page will be found an article with Lory delivered an address of tie evening pious i it nil nod lit doctor Pittl tit to s. Foils to walk into the next St pet and Back again and take a. A acreage when he told those near him that he drive to a Mill in order to see the whole process we1 a find one chamber of the shops is hung round with coils of Bright wire of All thicknesses from the Stout kinds used Felt cold the German term for he Dinar from the Den of our esteemed brother us Merit lib princ pal 0ni8 Quot and. The ma8ters do baccalaureate was specially directed to a discussion of in submission to the government of god the highest a i Fla to livid Tell lev ill til Tham i .1 a a 1 1 t1 Nevil not inf of a an j i ,. A. Stay careful the same thing unto them forbearing threatening the dangers to which Young men Are exposed at the out Ablest act of Man was obedience to god and this was the editor of the Northern advocate in a Brief ref Ltd a a k Ai w a a a. M my chills was coming upon Needles. In a room below bits of. Wire the length of two Needles Are Cut by a vast Dair of shears i the Wall. A bundle has been Cut off the bits need straightening for they came off in coils. The bundle is thrown into a red hot Furnace then taken out and rolled backward and Forward on a table till the wires Are straight. This process is called a rubbing we now see a Mill for grind Needles. We Tro Down into the basement and needs go Home. While he was going the other ones being sure there was nothing the matter with him but a deep conviction of sin concluded to have a prayer meeting that night in the parsonage. There the Power of god came upon All two professed god be All the glory w. Ahrens readers will doubtless observe too knowing that your master also is in heaven neither is set of Active life. It was an Able discourse and was 4180 compatible with the greatest moral courage for he near Utica n that the subject is the a a relation of the Church to and a How there respect of persons with him a ephesians i 9. Well received. Rev. Leavitt was elected who fears god has none else but god to fear and with slavery As it exists in the United a masters give unto your servants that which is just slavery should be treated and equal knowing that be also have a master in trustees to the chair of ancient languages men8 a Niscia Recti he can go Forth armed in a panoply who has heretofore had i divine to the Conquest of the world. Political character of slavery heaven a colossians in 1. Masters Are to give to their general conference had not been elected most important reports been adopted. A Gates discussed nor the servants that which is just referring to the roman idea the preparatory department the whole address of which this is but a Mere out before Strong every mathematics night following. Citizen slavery of Justice which Meaux to Render to every Man hit due one9. Wednesday evening w. H. Safford Good line was impressive and eloquent and listened to by the Large audience with the greatest interest. Nearly or quite unanimously. This the rules of which Are to live honestly to Hurt no one conference is made up of living men and what they institution and exists in the state and the state and i a a so a Lunan Cote delivered an address before the Philoma-1 a be a uni Way i inc i Usu in uus we society we a Fitins As Surh Are concerned in it slavery does a no according to a mite d0 Mal Thian society with which ended the exercises of the on monday evening and the audience listened the anniversary of the Philo Athean society was my Dayton citizens As such Are concerned in it. Emphasis former years will be reiterated he takes Needle Pointer seated on his Bench up two dozen or so of the wires and Rolls them Between his thumb and fingers with their ends on the Grindstone first one end and then the other. We have now the wires straight and pointed at both ends. Next is a machine which flattens and gutters the Heads of ten thousand Needles an hour. Observe the Little next comes the indeed could be a Slava. The master is Here taught that the University for the year 1854-55. The number of Stu patiently to an address from your correspondent after Stevens goes in for extemporaneous for the Western Chela than advocate. Exist by Church Laws nor is it maintained title to a slave is an unjust Ona and contrary to natural Law jus Naturale contrary to the divine Law Quot also As i former period and the prospects a new Church dedicated Church a Cater than at any which those of the graduates who belonged to that so written sermons As the following from piety received the diplomas of the same. The Campus Book will show a a by extemporaneous we need not existence or its continuance Well As to All just human Laws because As the roman i flattering Wesley members Law says Omnes Liberi a Inatio Nasic banter All men raise $30 000 was brilliantly lighted and the Saxe Horn band Dis meant unpremeditated discourse gutters at the head of your Needle punching of the eyes and the boy who does it punches eight thousand an hour and he does it so fast your Eye can hardly keep Pace with him. The splitting Fol Lush a i Mission West of Dayton was dedicated citizens but not As Church from the first were born free and slavery is per vim Chapel building term coursed delightful music As the audience left the classic unwritten. The most thorough study is requisite for Delaware. God on the 22d july by Rev. Wesleyan University members. The opinions by Force not secundus Justitia according to Justice. Institution opens thursday september Grove and returned to their Homes. Speaker. What is the respecting Oral character of slavery a. Hence the Christian master by rendering to the slave at two of clock the alumni held their i Best Mode of preparation for him this is the question. Oen lows which is running a Fine wire through Needles. Be Anvil before her. Files Between receives government and ask for redress to , that which is just or xxx sum according to and the exercises were quite interesting consisting of pretend my Ken Bee College the Heads and separates them. They Are now Complete Needles but rough and Rusty and what is worse they in bed. A door Needle you will say. But the it a Rusty poor Needle you will say. Hardening comes next. Abtey Are heated in a Furnace and when red hot Are thrown in cold water. It they must be tempered and this is done by rolling them backward and Forward on a hot Metal Plater the polishing still remains to be done oth Needles Are on a very coarse cloth Needles Are spread her of forty or fifty thousand. Emery dust is strewed Over them Oil is sprinkled and soft soap dashed by spoonfuls Over the cloth the cloth is then roiled hard up and with several others of the same kind throw into a sort of Wash pot to Roll to and fro for twelve hours or More. They come out dirty enough but Davisson slavery like any other Justice was taught by Paul to set the Man free As soon speeches from graduates representing the different suggestions answer As the Law and the circumstances of the Case would learn that this College in Southern classes during the existence of the University. In the selection arrangement and Labora Utti annual conference who a in the Fortieth year great moral and civil wrong throws in the Way of in he can Jioje it to a 8tjce a trill Kocaj Idi respects evening an admirable address was delivered by judge take itinerant carrying out the moral Ponci and Niles of Laporte and a poem by Rev. Or. Dyer of mental discipline and training in Elou unbounded liberality in the cause of god rated $500 prescribed in the gospel thu coup be done the master 10 Render 10 the 8lav though several colleges have sprung up in the Bounds Indianapolis before the athenian literary society. Presuppose regard to the Stan tally the Power of the Church in regard that which was equal in treating him humanely and pied the commencement exercises were held on wednes arrangement of subjects name manifested character of slavery but to talk of slaver a a him an to a Quot Tore actual patronage than at any former time. Its at a pm a a eight a a the �?omp�?o8 add modes the textual and both their selection and application. The dedicatory Sermon was preached from the words of Isaiah Lii 1 a awake put on thy in the Church is As inconsistent As to say that the Paul Here has a Manifest reference to the roman Law country is vested and employs terms that correspond to like terms in Akers dresses were delivered by the following Young Gen Mon some clergymen use almost exclusively the Church. Slaveholders it is True have been that Law As the specimens give above show. We and Hurajt i Wity can Gul ranted. Learning Tlemcen former. Reading strength o Zion a in which was presented Bere of the Church in every must Stop Here now. We purpose to draw out an resources accurate digest of the Pauline code on the duties of ample duty of the Church followed by various consid existed or now exists and in the nature of the Case show Are gub Versiz. Furnish Salut Atory address w. O. Linton Taylor Lafayette destiny of american literature d. Banta fair Field Iowa. Striking or apposite text and form clauses kind same. Otherwise but this is quite another the Sermon being delivered brother j. B. Fin thing from slavery of the system of slavery. He never approves of the $100,000 within the next few years Cyrus preaching and there Are some individual after i rinsing in clean hot water and a tossing Duil they look Ai Bright amps can be and Are ready to k Portal and pot of for Sale Ley arose and in his own Good Humoured and Imi table style addressed the audience in behalf also True that while slavery is a civil affair system yet by moral teachings in regard Hgt the slave Opportunity to enlargement and higher perfect. Carnahan responsibility John a. C respect to which this plan is Good sometimes admirable but in most cases it is obviously not the has also moral characteristics and authorities and master he makes them beat his and he would Gratifying to us that my Kendree College gives Sian. Best. Text includes frequently As Many distinct Assurance of enlargement permanency and great use the Western scholar m. C. Hester Charlestown i the fraternity of Man Robert r. Hitt it. Morris topics As it does clauses and All Unity must be put Defiance by adjusting the divisions of the Sermon to a Fortt we Indi did a tit Dif a i i p h a try a a a a 1� Iowa a i i i to loss of the passage he would not Stickle too much l for the Western Christian advocate. A and in All there were raised re is though the state supports such great moral wrongs Trae eloquence Etc lives Robert i Morrison it lies still they Are to be respected for they Are yet a debt of some $600 resting on the property civil god be. It does not comprise an immediate civil Emancia the Springfield Seminary Salem Cincinnati German District the cause of god is still progressing on this District. On quarterly meetings of the third round Haye been accompanied with divine favor some were quite interesting sincere being powerfully converted and believers testifying of the sanctifying Power of to Lite ulva Al i u f o a a by cat. Cell Vav Law a c A j vying the praises of god their redeemer. The fourth round has commenced with a fair Prospect the meetings which have been Well attended have been a times of refreshing for the members of the Church while a wandering sheep were turning Home to the fold of Christ and uniting with he Church. They Are still cd none in a consider her c Between $1,400 and $1,500 having been necessary rather than Man for the liquidation of the debt before the dedication. Now some May inquire Why this amount could not be secured at the dedication but the members pation but it provides for it certainly not contingently True representative Liberty Achilles v. Pendleton not adventitious they Are founded in the Constitution to practice according to the full extent of slave Laws in any country. To do this would be to abandon if it be practicable. It is True Paul sent the slave from a notice of this institution from the pen of its Vernon. Of the human mind and prescribe the Best Mode of Onesimus Back to his master. If he had not done so president our readers will see that its Progress is Ablo number from the a a Mot no in Church a of Rome. Following observations May suffice As an answer. First the scarce Ness of Money throughout the country and the High rates of the markets. Sec a a a ave 4l�?� or a or a a rvs no the membership of Wesley Chapel have had to Bear in rebuilding their Church edifice twice during the past year. Thirdly the fact that the membership of Raper Chapel have just extricated themselves out of a heavy debt in building their new Church and Are about launching Forth in the Enterprise of building another during the next year. Fourthly that the christianity which must not be done he would be put Down As fur a thief or Plagia Rios upward and Onward. Through the labors of no Ordi Talor Lafayette. Valedictory and Linton addressing it and the pulpit should always use the John w. Foster. Evansville Best. It it hence the Church of god whether patriarchal adopted one who steals another a slave and Sells him according to the decision of the roman Law in such cases. See nary men it has risen above the difficulties which beset it at the commencement. The Rev. Or. Howard Laboured addresses were Good a new methodist episcopal Church at Paulsboro n. J., was dedicated on thursday june 21st. The rigid yet moral and just discipline As to Precept id practice against the moral wrongs 01 is Aveis Codex lib. In 20, 7. These three dispel but he sends him Back As a brother and though the apostolic churches would not expel a Man because against the system of slavery he was simply a slaveholder they would expel or Inary practice disown him would not eat with him because he did idolatry not act brotherly. He did not love his brother because herewith an Industry perseverance and Success rarely to be found. Brother Weakley took up the work and 1-�? a a it a on<4 a line if has brought up the institution so As to secure permanency. Many excellent scholars have been made Here and the future will doubtless furnish Many More. None of our Board conferred but one honorary scholarship. The i dedicatory Sermon was preached in the morning by on Rev. S. Dyer the poet of Indianapolis. In the Afi ipg sufi ook oort far Limo. Win Tny Goryup Liq and As the night train had been taken off the Yin Rev. Wesley Kenney of Philadelphia. The degree of a. Was conferred on Rev. Hemy mo0�u. Exp tha Ohio . At. The commencement of the Ohio University Athens o., last week. Cennes Road we had to Tarry at Greencastle the seat of brother Magill received his first degree on graduation carried on by the Perpe he detained him improperly As a slave and therefore literary institutions can be neglected without injury to University wilderness of Trees Crary Ajo Woodward College Cincinnati a few years since. Presbyterians by whom we Are surrounded have traction of great acted unjustly toward him. The apostolic sentence Church and a a is Mons the �meni�o9 shrubbery to the cottage he is Well worthy the masters degree. Praise the lord 1 Hus far the number of conver commenced the building of a College in this place acts. In such cases was a if any Man love not the lord of our evening of life that these literary institutions it will be Gratifying to the numerous friends of or. Methodist Church. This j Power to know that within the last few months Sions and accessions to the Church is larger than in and j during the next year intend to erect a Church. Patriarchal service under Abraham Isaac Jesus Christ let him be anathema a or a a he that Loveth promi8< great ub<5fulde98 the country and to beautifully romantic spot was the former residence of health has been most sensibly and permanently any of the previous years and during which 1 have making All these considerations into View it is easy subverted patriarchal not his brother Arideth in death a and such a one the Church. Larrabee from whence were drawn been on the District and speaking in general this been that Money can not be raised so readily in were concerned in the most prosperous the moral was delivered Over to satan not because he was the inspiring scenes of a a Rosa Bower the improved. Every Sabbath once at least and often twice he is Able to preach we Trust that he will a a a by a i i. Fay Wmk. Not j under the pious civil owner of the Man but because he hated his Indiana University ing we had the pleasure of meeting or Cuny who has Iong it up amp red to do service As a minister of the gospel id accordance with the Resolution passed at our nit a Ann administration of Abraham and continued by Isaac x All agree in saying that the House is cheap at and Jacob hence when Jacob descended to Egypt saturday n no Mali for e Oor amp my to input pm i Wie i m it t last annual conference the quarterly meetings in 3 0 and yet it will not Cost More than $2,500. The Bond servants had All disappeared and thus by read in the earliest annals of the Church that any via a Villi and h Albany on tic route f e i life and times general have made a More Liberal allowance for the preachers but the Prospect to raise the amount was indeed dark and is not altogether Clear yet. Many Farmers of this District had to buy in place of Selling products but the larger part of this District includes towns and cities in which a Large number of our members Are Day Laborera very Days for More than a score of years. May i not then in View of All the circumstances Here make an Appeal to my Lay and ministerial Brethren particularly of the Cincinnati in behalf of our Mission converting slavery into Bond service or apprentice was cast out of the Church because he was a Mere parsed several new towns and among the number As brother House has furnished your readers with an term of years the slavery of the slave owner and yet if any primitive Christian named after our enterprising account of the University professors Etc., we decline melted away under its influence. The patriarchal neck Many having no work for Many months and since they have the wages Are lower while rent and pro h i 1h n come and Sisters come to our Rescue and lend Aid we Are $600 in debt and to Rem it slavery was found in the Case of Joseph and the nation surrounding and is the Type of slavery. The Abra Heathen Cochran esq., where is located the machine it of the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad. The Vil any further remarks. Leaving Greencastle with its Rural scenes and pleas Hamic covenant too introduced Community so that they would not eat with him at the lords table but would shun him As a Heathen. The former ant associations we took the cars again and arrived at True religion which formed the brotherhood Andrayo distal men steamers or dealers in slaves or those become a flourish ii terminus promises believe it has been Home greatly delighted with All we saw and heard in the Young vigorous and progressive state of Indiana. Visions Are still High. If then preachers had to live part on credit it is not so very strange. But 1 will be most thankfully received and appropriated. Conference is close at great antislavery them in and other was than to Benefit them elected As the site of a College while at Bloomington we were forcibly reminded Moses As Well As for the Pauline rank already been organized. Jeffersonville is a Beautiful of our College Days there was professor read who and in general a determination among the Stew come by your Aid new testament. Transgressors. See Bank of the River opposite Louisville Twenty four years ago at Athens taught us latin and Ards and people to raise the necessary amount and be released from debt and prepared there Are indeed signs for succeeding above my or gongs 0f witness the conversion of souls mosaic code by its adopt an primitive several years greek the oldest and Best linguist in the Western coun expectations. Beside the Ordinary expenses they hj0pe 18hall hear and see from some of my old Are paying off old debts on churches and Parson raise i decreed that no slave properly founded on the Pauline discipline on the duties of and visited the Drin cars in its Vicin try and there too was professor Ballentine the Fin touch slaves and masters. In All the disquisition on Bright sparkling and health giving Waters shed scholar and divine and among the faculty was and that i shall have another evidence of being emancipated and protected slavery within the last Twenty years been in company with also professor Wylie formerly of Oxford thoroughly w ind subscribing for the building of new ones. The 8trength of Faith by the abundance 0f their government. The same code disciplinary code of the primitive Church and Friend or. Collum who resides Here we again a _ skilled in his profession and in every sense a gentle this of course could not be done if the strict Wor Al Early Church has not been presented visited the Springs and walked Over the grounds Man and scholar and also judge Hughes a gentleman est Economy in living was not practice but this c. B. Swain counteracted the permanent and hereditary Lavery any m or _ the German emigrants have Learned in their father land from childhood up and especially after their ver y god bless our common place. World some elements of which existed among reasons Are most beautifully located embracing every pr00ud attainments. Conversion they Are satisfied with Small comforts and they not Only manage to spare a Little of their scanty income but and thankful if they the Prience that the lord of hosts is with a a god of Jacob is our Refuge William Fitzgerald hebrews into an apprenticeship or Bond service persons variety labyrinth whose walks years duration very threaded years ago had grown up and the longer duration in regard to strangers. Then All sustained we have taken arched by the branches of the Trees a tar Ultras. Can give something for the cause of god. Fact is they All do something there Are but few among them who feel sorry if they Are expected to give but Many who feel sorry that they can give no More. it it is i think but right to state that after they Are fully americanized it is quite different though they make More Money yet they also want More for dressing and living and of course Dayton prohibited kindness Beneficence code the Pauline formed Springs however Are no longer methodist episcopal Church. Marriage the parental code and the Early Christian code health and pleasure seek the wednesday privileges perhaps has passed into the hands of the Indiana daughter Mary aged eighteen years and three Western Christian advocate. Year of release continually prevented preparations w rested persons were Bath my in the sea a Home Mission incident. Slavery among the hebrews and the year god Loveth the cheerful both in reference to strangers and hebrews proclaimed although we have been frequently desired to present them to our readers. Possession of Hygeia and circe and consecrated near and a most inviting Retreat current youth in quest of science. Jeffersonville is a town sea voluntary offerings of the Young the proceeds Liberty to All the inhabitants of the land so that All own labor or self denial be peculiarly plea contracts for servitude among he hebrews article and Trust particular attention to or. Durbin a sober t. Olden t her a be ruin8 of 0id fort father a Good swimmer plunged in after her too observe daughter both perished can not give for the cause of god in proportion As ing in his sight. And furthermore blasts of the Jubilee trumpets result religious Point he presents political subsequently called fort Steuben and the ruins disappearing suddenly from the View of the spectators they used to do. Feelings Are encouraged and cultivated the Young free country and country those who Penitentiary a new one having been erected Beach. A miss Eastman was rescued been suburbs. Spec drowning at the same time by a Young Man missionary cause. Care if the same feeling on this subject which i years these habits will be confirmed and country then on Earth and con nned free As it regard. Do found this round at race Street and Buckeye Street Cincinnati is general which i doubt not it enterprises of the Day feel their blessed influence. Slavery proper the new testament recognizes the antislavery because she has not performed their largely townsmen participated Henry Boyd jr., whose father h. Boyd colossal edifice erected for a hotel connected is the collections will nearly came up to those of hit year. The Buckeye Street quarterly conference passed a Resolution of thanks to the missionary Board for the support they had received from them for six years requesting the committee at the same time to strike their name from the list of the foregoing reflections were suggested by the following incident four Young misses namely Elizabeth c. Riddle Carrie Riddle Laura Overa Ker and Julia Swasey occupied their Leisure moments in making various articles which they disposed of among their friends at a social gathering character of the patriarchal and jewish them. Let those who Call themselves the advocates below town stands Unten anted Book concern. The drowned As poverty was a principal source Freedom do up their political magnificent streets avenues and Parks untouched after the sad catastrophe Freedom in the state on the disputed Points now before Artisan spread away in gloomy silence around miss Elliott was engaged to be married and had in ancient time., our lord in directing i. Ministry have town of new Albany the Tribune in a no especially to the poor system. The poor by the gospel were generally raised above the necessity of Selling themselves and them censure the Church if she does not perform her the Church can streets the most of which Are readiness her wedding clothes Tice of the funeral following a a the funeral spiritual functions to the slaves. Missions though the membership is below one Hundred and fifty and a debt of several thousand Dollare on the Church lot there is no doubt the devoted the proceeds amounting to $8 the Ladi of this City. The fund 9 o 9 ladies Home Mission society master j. Niles also added to the in children for slaves. Those annul no slave Laws nor make any new ones. Can themselves were provided for by their Brethren carry out her moral discipline possessed by the latter presents More the air of a City than Jenifer it ugh it has not the advantages of location Here the methodist Church deceased took place Sabbath afternoon july 29th be methodist Mission Church in South third Street Brooklyn. Their untimely Terest of the occasion Rich blessings of the lord will follow such resold electric machine Tion. Dayton which passed the same Resolution y expert aided the poverty one great source of slavery master those Young lady a Seminary under the principals had awakened a deep interest in the Community ments with a i another source of slavery waa captives taken in War ought to disown but the Good and righteous Rev. Or. Lynch. Tastefully immense concourse of people were present Young misses last year has enjoyed this year the largest revival since the first establishment of that Mission. Labors for the suffering wiped away and sad faces made Many dominance of Christian principles captives were cherish article arranged and Speaks Well for the Enterprise which be rites to the dead funeral the Church ought to examine Gat and fostered the institution. Not take place till nearly 4 of clock but As Early returned to their own people Byna Tionel compact. And Follot out what Good we do took the new Albany and Salem every available place building of churches and parsonage. More by the care and Industry of these Young philanthropy according to our lord not look for much favor for it from Ultra men of either train workers in the great Field of human last conference when the old Mission at As made a station a new Mission was 1 in connection with the station. Brother know Here but we do know salvation of the soul waa t e first an great a. We Are Gure Gobe thoughtful Road passes through a Section of country we never witnessed pied in fact nearly All of the congregation abounding in romantic scenery morning remained in their seats for fear they would Reward eth object and As a result to preach deliverance to the captives Given in Charity will bless this Youthful Send them Home in the place of making them see railway travelling not be Able to gain admittance. Came from Rottcher who was sent to this new Field succeeded soon in establishing a promising Sabbath school of Many will go and do likewise slaves state of our columns preventive influence of the gospel i 0f brother Durbin has been postponed two weeks More than a ride among the mountains the parts of the City and the streets Glens on the Dunkirk or Baltimore roads less than family members of our society themselves the use of a room in their own Cincinnati july m. C. W off the supplies of slavery. Hence also the Abo beyond what we had Ped through the most frightful Gorges 8,000 persons were the Church though lotion of the african slave Trade by Britain i and do Good service in leading still in Good of. Egg god Rock around the most fearful curves where densely crowded states and other countries lords commission House kindly offered it for the use too in its results in carrying out Christian morals maintain scriptural As Well As Strong antislavery Engineer can to see fifty Yards ahead Down grades number of people that flocked to the funeral the Western Christian advocate. Though brother Roettcher was sent to Congress sets at Liberty them that Are bruised or in other words ag8aile 1 can not be refuted seem impossible for the most powerful Locombo ministers concluded to perform the ceremonies in the ascend along embankments Steep and Precipio the co containing the remains Street at the close of the first Quarter to the members of the Ohio conference has been kept up All the time in the same through the Western Christian advocate finally effects emancipation from slavery so As to Lead thus liberation of All who Are now Bridges spanning Rivers and Glens the after open air deceased minister and his child were borne place and is in a flourishing state. But to expect use the room for that purpose for another year mid have been unreasonable there was no other wish to give notice to the members of the christianity by its gradual operation Wesleyan University rate that no Ohio car would dare cant spot opposite placed noon we reached Bloomington and from the cars be benches inscription upon the coffin of the father annual conference and others who expect to visit More slaves being made and sets at Liberty those that pleased to learn that the Iowa conference dome and collegiate gothic Gables of the new i told that his name was John h. Elliott alternative left than to abandon the school coming session of the conference Are -5 a a i Cones departed this life in the 37th year of his age that build a meeting House. This place Athens september 5,1855, that the primitive Church though it took centuries Board of trustees we learn have requested the for the Well tie Mission a year ago. The trustees though convinced of the a a hard times a and the in been procured Are a goodly number of Public conveyances arriving several Modem governments have in like manner pro to appoint four efficient agents for the ensuing daily that time we will be within a Days claimed emancipation to those who were enslaved year in order to Complete the endowments us Saiu i a. A a i,.a the t &8min_and Laid then Campus Speaks Well for the Genius and taste of the architect said i or. Tinsley of Indianapolis. We taken to the coffin of his daughter Mary Ann Liott died july 25,1855, aged 17 years and 8 months some kind Friend brought fair White Flowers Young Jwj brei god Milit own society to build trusting English Brethren t Portsmouth and Cincinnati. All who sex Britain France the states of Pennsylvania to of our and the help of our friends in Dayton resolved to build a Church. The collectors met with such Success that the trustees soon found themselves enabled to put Jersey new York and the new England states being fifty five by one Hundred feet and three storks building under contract to have it finished conference. Pet to come from Portsmouth Cincinnati m i Cote a id adjacent place will do the beet to come i a a Vona tries a id i to do a the influence i our Friend. Or. Berry i., we understand hard on the railroads from Portsmouth and Cincinnati a a through Chillicothe. The Strong probability is both the Chillicothe and Portsmouth railroads ident of the unite deity where in the bosom it family we found a pleasant Home. This upon the lid of poor Mary came and sat Down 2vc Ulici Lulu Mico a xxv. A a. A guv. A a a a a Christian principles and the Christian spirit and i and a worker he is. Bread at a never every state in this Union must come to this same not in his nature or habits Blooming a town and a better site could not have been its citizens Are intelligent grief finding utterance dead husband and child 35 Terete Auw by tit to when under the. Of Chr than a. Now it none a that we utter Araeh a Tim tto a selected for a University. Its Here also Are located two Semina enterprising ones. Her remaining children gathered around her though for my own part Brethren and they do or not there is miming work and never to cease till a general Jubilee be examine the grounds Well although we utter the one finder the charge petting much of our Engin in in this City and therefore urging the trustees on coaches from the terminus to this place and the fare proclaimed in every slave state in this Union. Lowing _ Young ladies. Rev. Prof. Sinex and lady held its commencement soon to have been her son stood near weeping As Only men weep truly needed All my sex their readiness and liberality re stations. May gods Blessing rest upon them abundantly on own members Are also doing nobly in this matter. At Sidney the building of on new Church has been going on slowly for almost a year. It is a torn Brick House with a Good parsonage this great Relief to the preachers and their will be reduced to the preachers. Daily line of coaches from Lancaster leaving Lan is also a nothing is better established than that masters and the Lou conference a a my better prepared to out am a a Cir w, evening Auguet , and key solemn and impressive and few however Stout hearted Caster in the evening and reaching Day were admitted into the first Christian churches their University than the entire methodist episcopal Church Eddy delivered an interesting and eloquent and that great assemblage looked on it Rev also a packet leaves Lancaster on mondays wednesdays and fridays at noon and the and the apostle Paul gives in detail the principles was thirty years ago to sustain one Little College this dress to the literary societies. Other. Mrs Francis in an estimate of the life and practices required of the first converts. His code is Gusta ky., or a similar one in Union Toum Penn similar to that of Moses with this difference that the songs Seminary held its commencement exercises of. Elliott gave utterance to these words a emr. Elli about eighteen years of age gave his heart similar to that of Moses with tvs Uit Terence we Ine we mow Rooe a quote. Aat by Gene Emen of learn code of Moree comprised the Drill and Rigi of. Regu time and Ever since. Thirty year. <�9 Many of car for a principal i Here next morning at eight of clock. Fare on the packet will u reduced and perhaps i code of moves comprised the civil and Ray pious re ume Ana Ever Sec. I influence in the place for the principal we on the coach line also to the preachers. There is lations the code of Paul comprised the moral or Relig-1 people did not see the Imp i k had in the highest esteem by the citizens Christ and was consecrated to god under the labors Rev. Henry Chase of the mariners Church in new also a daily Lino of coaches Between this place and 1 ious Only As he possessed no civil capacity tons a a pc atm w i��5v v the i opine he. I. Held in the highest by the. Citizen. He first joined the methodist episcopal Church methodist epi8c0pal pm 80�ot3. A i a i a a 1 it 9 $ a in Kentucky the baptists considerably outnumber the methodists. In Missouri the two churches Are a about equal. In All the other Southern and southwestern states the methodists have a larger membership than the baptists. Virginia has about 100,000 baptists and about 115,000 methodists. From april 3d to july 3d, three months the presses of the Church South at Nashville have printed the following number of pages of books Folio. 400,000 Quarto. 120,000 Octavo. 1,579,000 duo Decimo. 9,990,000 eighteenmo.10,223,000 Twenty Tourmo .2,640,000 thirty to Fomo. 1 ? ��?T��22 covers. H1 o r a Quot a 1 Asp v a i total.27,027,000 this is exclusive of a Large Quantity of envelops circular Bill Heads Etc. Our Southern exchanges with Only a very slight caveat speak most favourably of or. Clarks life of Bishop Hedding and recommend it to All their readers. The objection to the work in the eyes of the Richmond advocate is its slight tinge of a a Northern methodist feeling Rev. R. My anally editor of the St. Louis Christian advocate has been made a d. By Emory and Henry College. Presbyterian and congregational churches. The Board of education of the presbyterian Church sitting their report to the general Assembly say respecting the children of that Church. To presbyterian Church exhibits her concern for her Chil Dren and youth in parental inspection of their conduct in appropriate acts of discipline and in inviting to partake of the lords supper when they have sufi client knowledge to discern his body. Our Standar s fully recognize baptized children As members of t e visible 4 four Strong and devoted missionaries have been appointed by the old school presbyterian Board of missions to labor in California and arrangements Are id Progress for sending More. Sixteen years ago the number of missionaries Effi played by the Home Mission society was 065 no there Are 1,032. Then there were 160 in the West no there Are 537 there. Only 15 then had either gone Weston the Mississippi or North of the Illinois no there Are Between two and three Hundred there. T $78,000 were raised for Home missions last ye<-$180,000. Recently a donation of $5,000 for the us of the society has been made by an unknown w 1 visual who had taken such pains to conce knowledge As to who he is that it will be forever in possible to ascertain. Gerard Hallock of the journal of Commerce loaned to the new school presbyterian Church Nashville tenn., $2,500, at six per cent interest five years which enables them to retain their Kub worship. The Southern Aid society a pro-8 concern says the congregationalist gives them toward the support of a minister. F Rev. B. P. Aydelott d. D., formerly pref a Woodward College Cincinnati has resigned n it torte of the Walnut Hills new school or Rian Church for reasons which Hare 1 01 u la Public. A Friend at our Elbow tells us tha consequence of the faculty of Lane Seminary to Supply the pulpit. Or. Aydelott was former nested with the episcopal Church. He pulpit Talent Are of the highest order an i to fill the pulpit of any Church in the ruling elders of the Lane Seminary Church doctor a highly complimentary parting it 1aptwt churches. A correspondent who knows the parties v to print the following for him a a Parson of Marblehead mass., liked a y1 fit a 1 a. It i j

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