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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - August 15, 1855, Cincinnati, OhioSil Liiri to Ormstedt Anit it i Ilion. Vol. Xxii no. 33. Cincinnati wednesday August i 1855. Whole 1,112. I Tifrit cd Ristia summary of facts and observations of More practical 13,000, Minneapolis opposite St. Anthony is destined importance than the manner in which they came to our Cincinnati August 15, 1855. Knowledge. To be an important manufacturing town As ii St. Anthony also. The Mississippi at this Point affords i reputed to be a population in the upper suppose the finest water Power in the United states. A perpendicular fall of Nineteen feet and rapids of ten conference. Should this be thought Neces ing a i have witnessed dancing As taught a Saryu Aud there Are indications pointing in that directions the reasons for it will be found to be the Moat celebrated schools in the u United states head of some old Monk in Italy or in iome dark invoiced shipped in cargoes stored As goods taken a trip to walks. Jtj h Little Surpri it ing that of the hundreds of rican travellers who yearly visit the British �land6, so few should direct their attention to the picturesque strange and Sula of this state bordering on Lake fifteen thousand persons embracing a language this or fifteen More give a Power that will drive any amount of machinery. This will be also the head of Taviga identical with those i have i k Berea 0., july 27, 1855. And the Ste served at t print ice. Portion olt the old country a the principality of Wales. A Carriage opposed to be Best Tion when the Channel below is improved. Also the informed from one fourth to one third Are germans foot of navigation for the River above which will soon these some four thousand in number Are distributed do a Large Trade. The Falls cities Are destined to in throughout almost if not. Every settlement and mining port auce. Wabashaw Winona red Wing Hastings Monticello Makato and other places have fair pros a strict. Below g Intelli Borders of Scotland we met with ent and accomplished american gentleman who visiting Europe chiefly with the View of Gratifying his to to in antiquities. Accordingly he was a a arching out As he said All the old cathedrals the 1 abbeys and castles and relist of ancient is that could be found in England yet it among emigrants and Are engaged in almost every j pets. Variety of business Peculiar to those regions from scientific and practical Miner to the unnecessary re soil products Etc. Tailer of lager Beer near germans Are employed i ruins fortress in the Fields Woods or roads on the teaming to and from the mines. The the soil is a Black Loam similar to the Illinois Prai Large portion of Ries with a larger proportion of Sand which increases As you go North. On the right Bank of the Mississippi some portions have too much Sand to produce More than an occasional crop. West of the River As High As portion raining proper is mostly performed by englishmen. I ascended there is about Sand enough to adapt the soil Island an ancient language is still spoken which soil in a limited hundreds tears before the English Tongue had begun to exist. Uge tables adapted potatoes does other european Tongue. Although in the schools of Wales in Tali h is now generally taught it seems and to us it appears very undesirable t the ancient speech of the people. Their germans whether at the mines or near the d settlements on the Shore. Many germans in mechanical business Aud Trade aged movable in an and a poetry their strange Tongue far less Intel Ligibel Fly to pronounce than German French to the climate. Vegetation is of rapid growth. Spring crops the first of july were As Forward As in Central Ohio or Indiana. Minnesota produces every crop that Ohio does. Corn does Well though not equal to the Illinois Prairies or Miami Bottoms. I conclude it is not Well adapted to grass too much Sand except in the Low lands. Other while Many May have crops grow As Well As in any of the states. I never left families and friends in other places for the present saw potatoes Promise so Well. No More danger of Frost Good Many have their families with them. They a there than Here. Wheat does Well though i do not credit the reports of some enormous crops. Winter wheat has not been tried to any extent. The country is boarding Miles and fax More difficult to acquire healthy and eager for labor and Reward religious instruction or the preaching prom the new York . The verge of Jordan. I stand upon the River a verge its Waves break at my feet and a an the Roar of his dark surge sound in my ear so Sweet higher and higher swells its wave nearer the Billows come and can a dark and lonely grave % outweigh a Long loved Home a tis not alone the Billows Roar that Falls upon my ear but music from Yon far off Short is wafted Sweet and Clear for Angel harps Are tuned to cheer my faltering human Faith and Angel tongues Are chanting there triumphal Hope in death.9 though dim and faltering grows my sight it rests not on the grave it sees a land in glory Bright beyond the darkening wave the gales that toss its Crest of foam come from that far off Shore. E very different from those i Oblia female Academy. Any lady however skilled in calisthenic would need to be taught dancing before she could perform i p evolutions. Calisthenic Are not therefore a a the Alpha dancing and brother argument fails not proved and can not prove that Calls Are an incentive to Dading and till this is done All his opposition is futile. With equal cogency he might contend that the trades of Locksmith and engraver Are incentives to burglary and forgery and therefore ought to be discarded indeed with far More plausibility he might argue gift of Power to do any thing is itself an hat r Exi Lement is seat b haps by rights Mccry almost racked have that the Virgin came to him in pure White and serviceable article Este wares on Sale their happiness a household utensil their personal inalienable ownership a was never born scented from Adam about deathless time my mind was adjusting the Case somewhat after this fashion i saw it announced that you hat declared the doctrine of the immaculate coh cod Virgin Mary from the High altar ii thu i restraining incentive to do t thing your Cathedral in the City of Cincinnati. Shocked my sensibilities. But when you added that the Pope had consulted you and in your correspondence with him you had gone in for the Dogma that no Man of sense who believes Thi Bible to be the infallible word of god can believe for one moment i was astonished out of measure to think that any Man who has lived in America As Long As you have nay in Ohio the very cent i of America and even in the Queen cite of the science social affections sympathies Hopes marketable commodities we repeat it a the reduction of persons to thing3.�?� not robbing a Man of privileges but of himself not loading him with Bur Dofos but port Unity of conversing with Ever be so hoodwinked station As to subscribe to it him and the of Igent men could by the fog of popish super also proclaim it but whom the gods intend to destroy the Clever �osl�?T1 hm011s a my w�?~t1 be ekep1 011 a paring Well watered and of the finest Quality. The streams they whisper of another Home. Who red whew Teri Christian advo-1 comport eur Wlla held a few religious meetings our dear i Are As Clear and pure As the water gushing from the fairly puzzled with such Young brother Herzer and myself were every where a Hills or drawn from the Wells in this latitude. It i him do Todd it Shelli Llanfair in eur Bali. And knowkit0 be the first protestant preachers they abounds also with Fine Springs and most charming where parting �8 no More. I the everlasting Hills arise i imagine that the citizens of Xenia and its Vicinity who patronize the Xenia female Academy Are quite As a a pious and intelligent a As those to whom brother Refers and i have yet to learn that any of the former have been a fearful that calisthenic a a might give their daughters a Bias that May make the sober habits of Industry and Domestic Economy in which they have thus far been instructed become loathsome to they wish their daughters to return to them with not Only cultivated minds and pious hearts but also with what Are not inseparable from the former health of body and gracefulness of movement. Brother Himself is a moving exhibition1 of the i amen fact that one May have much Grace and yet third. Having expressed my than and a walk Quot without it ashment with regard to the past i would m i have not heard of a single instance in which press my Hopes with regard to the future. These exercises which brother Loathes so heartily though i am no party politician yet i feel inter. Us au0 Macro have led a Pupil of that Academy to dancing. On ested for my country and especially dear Ohio May sell him dispose of his person his Industry the contrary the moral and religious influence per and i am free to declare that i feel no fear of any and his labor he can do nothing possess nothing crazy poor weak thing May the lord show you your Folly and save you from a1 erty but subverting it not curtailing rights but abolishing them not inflicting personal cruelty but annihilating personality not exacting involuntary labor but sinking Man into an implement of labor not abridging human comforts but abrogating human nature not depriving an animal of immunities but despoiling a rational being of attributes uner eating a Man to make room for a thing that this is american slavery is shown by the Laws of the slave states. Judge Stroud in his a sketch of the Laws relating to slavery a says a the Cardinal principle of slavery that the slave is not to be ranked among sentient beings but among things obtains As undoubted Law in All of these the slave the Law of South Carolina say8, a slaves shall be deemed held taken reputed and adjudged in Law to be chattels personal in the hands of their owners and possessors and their executors administrators assigns to All intent constructions and purposes in louisiana11 a slave is one who is in the Power whom he belongs. The master fading the school is _ Thi is that a Large number of the pupils during i Caples prevail hence i think All right minded one Truoi political party if pure Temperance and moral Prin-1 nor acquire any thing but what belongs to his Mas civil code Art 35. Tried by these Defini . Lee have Jurf returned from a Short excursion to had seen or heard ministering in their own language in and picturesque lakes. All that vast Range of country the Honor and interest i i climate. Health. Etc. Bright in immortal Bloom the radiance of those sunny skies a la a mjg a a k 1 a a #1 1 i i n 1 i 7n 1 o a Vust univ. Allsup u v Vucas a vial the past your were happily converted to god and will have a very important work to do to Send the tons human slavery is one of the greatest wrongs United with the Church r acts then those a stub right kind of men to the legislature this fall and existing in the world. A born things a Are against brother la a theory under these circumstances As it is generally understood that Yon and yom ii my a to rested to annul some anniversary my vices con expected it is not Small. To Tod be All the Praise in the United slates. The atmosphere ii dry pure peeled with the Engli a methodists there. Nearly e heard of one German Catholic priest located mid and invigorating very Little humid or Cloudy weather. All the yeah people Are methodists but the majority Way up be Ake who visited other places some of temperature is uniform. When Winter comes it is Are Follower of George Whitefield and Are called bum monthly others less frequently. Me were told water it yields to Spring which it docs without calvinistic methodists. They have two or three 7 some that one half the germans up there were be weeks of doubtful contest As with us. All i conversed i a 1 j 1. T 1 a i t i t a a a 9 colleges for ministers and about 1,100 congregations others vary their estimates with unite in saying that the Winters of Minnesota Are some of which Are very Large. The Wesleyan meth above and below this. But All Cla ses with few sex most pleasant they have Ever spent. But forty per lits Are Al to numerous hawing upward of a Hun Cepris is. Appear chiefly concerned for that which is Cut. Of the amount of rain Falls at Saint Paul that Falls dred ministers regularly ordained of whom seventy. I can Only speak Welsh and Twenty four thousand members More than three fourths of whom never eternal others. Our reception is truly kind and Cor in this climate yet they suffer less from drouth than we do and of course less from flood. The health of the country must be Good. Every one i met looked the attend an service in the course of our tour pm future of health Ruddy Active stirring. Chills have Ami glorious on those Hills of Light i see my own Abodeeb in now its turrets Are in sight the City of our god loved faces look upon me now and Well known voices speak of when they left me Long ago i thought my heart would break. They Beckon me to yonder strand their hymns of Triumph swell i see my own my Kindred band Earth Home Aud time Farewell amiability could allow himself to be o to be betrayed into the use of language lated to reflect injuriously upon the committee the worthy principal faculty and pupils of the school and to impair Public Confidence in a conference institution which has begun and progressed thus far so auspiciously. Without having proved 3 Calls those by a citizen of Ruginia. A Fate men tor o fretted a i hence i do Hope that you May All May go in Foi calisthenic innocent and healthful exercises disgusting sport a and a Servile a mgr a says they remind him of some reformed sweaters who Ger and have the expressions which i can not before next octo Temperance in good1 Earnest that we May have Good Temperance Laws framed in such a Way that they can be executed without so much machinery and difficulty. Take my word for it there will by a general Effort made by anti Temperance demagogues seeking office to enlist All of your people in All parts of the state against Temperance perhaps under some other pretext. I Hope therefore Yon do name thinks that As those expressions Are Quot Abund May a a a had turned a few Miles out of our direct Road a to 1 mail 8re Tredul badly. In e had a i Ruith a a nod congregations and interesting meetings not been Guowu to originate there. Some cases of to Welcome the Waves that Bear Ine Over Antly while not than open swearing a Quot so Calis naughty know nothings when they say you h a in m Ama Mahinai Mam 1 my u of. 1 i.1 j. I. 1 .1 i. A a i 0 r roid was up the title of a huge and tedious Hill i empty yers Aid Olgherd Many of them appeared pop e Joe Ere j suppose but they Are Eick very lit More genteel nor less sinful people against instructed on than by taking this course Yon the charge a. Via 6v�wv., no. Iwo Hutu opposed to Temperance and other Good tilings in abundantly meaner denounces come up come up dear brother on to the Gloriam to of which a amps the Lovely pro Speictt f the Vale of Caerphilly at our feet with i s immense strangers were sought their Good. Truly those who have left their churches tie. I think the climate and country admirably adapted to physical and intellectual development. Catle nil Ign in cent in its ruins whose Walls Are of an a ii ters a the far off father land or in older parts my no is May beat it in raising cattle Ohio or Indiana a Olid masonry Twenty feet in thickness and in some count Tyr re m Heep without a Shepherd. May May have flyer hogs but Minnesota will beat All these p act a one Hundred and ten feet in Hight. Again q Are keep of the Castle is still in Fine preservation missionary states in producing men. Mark my word Minnesota before two generations pass will boast the most Active to gain my Home on yonder chore 111 Brave them joyously the snowy blood washed Robe ill Wear the Palm of Victory Welcome the Waves that waft me there though dark and cold they be them As a a vile Sham a trick against the Temperance platform and let us do Battle Side but the gospel a and making a fling at the religious Side against the monster vice drunkenness which profession of the worthy principal a concocted is killing Climax of h a the Devil a cation i submit it to a candid Public that Hillsboro Many of our people. Please Send the Telegraph in which you reply to this. Yours respectfully William Simmons a Smyl Liitt Lonj. A thrilling 8ketch. The stage Horn was ringing in my ear its Warubin hat., like time and tide it waited for no Man or Worna either but As i hurried on through a dim passage had a glimpse through a half open door at a scene tha has impressed itself on my memory indelibly. A Why did no to they hold me a were words uttered in such an anguish that they thrilled in Ray ear who the stage had borne me far away from the great Cit and its sins and sorrows and 1 determined to flin them As an alarm on the winds till the statesman Anu people Mother and teacher should set about forging bands to hold those that follow in the footsteps of that i the space be Ween tue four Walls a space suf or a adult liar it c0pper a tees and Iron mountains intellectual elevated population of any state in the a Northern Michigan neat conference year is 1 think Union of my country in the work. She ha3 the Sod. Fully apparent. A a great Aud effectual door i doubt tue scene re it the e Poat lib no he climate and the right 6ort not is opened unto us Quot to preach the gospel in that of population to Commey ice with. Her products Are ii Umit to contain a congregation of fifteen thousand people is carpeted with such grass no where to Heneen out of Britain a Green As Emerald Aud soft . In this in Clustie we quite unexpected a a it met with a party of Welsh methodists and found that a Tea meeting was to be held in the Castle that afternoon. Men were Busy putting up tables and one Small apartment enclosed Between ruined and Distant yet inviting Field. Furnish us with the men and the Means the Field is a extensive and will ultimately require a goodly number of labourers yet a few men of the right spirit Well sustained in their difficult work May accomplish much Wail a w e stumbled on five Welsh girls i Doc u Rue a Bat till modes of travelling Are not spontaneous to effeminate nor does she like the a # Hills of new England press out the generous soul in t the labor of forcing a scanty subsistence froth a churlish soil. Immigration cutting the bread Aud butter while in Tiou a Man had kindled a fire where i Ano fires her Direc-1 More available the Long but uniform Winters May in had often been red to cheer armed knights seven Hundred i c comfortable cars a and boat Cabins to ride in in i Idem s ago and was boiling the water for the Tea. A t minister from a distance the Rev. Owen Owens expected to give a lecture on the mediator Al necessary of the missionary and othe operations during the Winter is much has been unprecedentedly rapid. Families arrive faster than accommodations multiply. Whole townships tet the in a single season. In consequence of the rapid influx provisions Are scarce and High As the country can not yet meet the demand. Emigrants going this fall must Winter at a heavy expense and build their own a a Shantic m houses arc absolutely not to be had. 1 ice of Christ by and by the time for commence pets tha Beauty and pleasure of a Lake Supe 1� attracting a very enterprising class of it arrived and it w truly .1 the purest air and finest water with citizens. A Inesta least those 1 i .1 f feted Clad warriors and had often it pursuits lieu no among any people surely the m diva of life been stained with the blood of ill la Daliy a i the Cross nil not faint by the Way when i tenders Whoso Ane and Norman attempted to seize like Rae our hive s 0ll scr our very Best localities cities not excepted. For the Western Christian advocate. Calisthenic. Dommi doctor a in your paper of the 1st inst., i find an article under the above caption from your Well known and redoubtable correspondent a. M. L. The paragraph which has so fearfully awakened the ire of the a old Salt a is a Short extract from the recent report of the Cincinnati conference examining committee of the Xenia female Academy. I deem it my duty to state that having been made chairman of that committee at the urgent request of the other two members i wrote the report without having an Opportunity of submit Ting is a gratuitous and uncharitable the committee the principal faculty and pupils and a educational interests of the Academy. In conclusion i would kindly recommend to brother l., a fret not thyself in any Wise to do evil a and in thy rejoinder substitute argument for ridicule and exhibit that Charity which a think eth no evil a which a is kind a and which a doth not behave itself we. H. Sutherland. For the Western Christian advocate lean a a. Fat. For the Western Christian advocate. A word on puffing. These Days in More senses than one May appropriately be styled the Days of puffing. Mel and women who exercise in the Sun puff innocently puff because they can to help it steam engines puff almost every where and roguish Little boys May be seen puffing along the Street in imitation thereof. The puffing propensity however is not confined to the honest toilet in the Sun the conscience less Bounds a half dozen Fine looking men surrounded Bis bed the Thrifty growth of hair on their faces and the glitter of jewelry about their persons indicated As plainly As their Haggard features and weary eyes the order to which they belonged. They were of that mysterious order of Knighthood who seemed to have found the alchemists coveted Power or at least to enjoy its coveted results. They live in first class hotels Wear dust class clothes Gold abounds with them and yet they hold labor practically at least in supreme contempt. I knew the object of their care was one of their number who the night before in a fit of delirium Kremens had thrown himself from the window in the upper Story of the hotel. A he did not toss from Side to Side As men do usually when a burning fever rages on them for head spine limbs had All been rendered useless by that fall but his whole Frame quivered with agony and from underneath his matted streaming masses of hair which fell Oyer his face already wan and wasted with suffering his eyes glared out fiercely As a wounded tigers. By did no to they hold me a he muttered and with his groans he mingled reproaches and horrid curses on the careless watchers that had let him take that terrible it is often said a Little men Are generally in a Flat it it ricrm.1�?T�?T and if a a hinted h�m0ward fr0m 8ch�o1 but hits la fed itself Etc be a saucy this grown leap. A a Why did no to they hold him realize the fearful Ness of the ter Why they did not Ting it to their inspection ho.�,. "5 Sag editorial had by Brothers my 8� us it a t and in the Pul Pikr editor Sanctum Anc s of All trades and men of All professions the world of a Okte Tian Man. On the rat Niit d m the pulpit Ltd be editors Sanctum and yet. They had never had the delirium not Bis a few Days since that lie approves Tho sentiments Man whose Praise is deservedly in All the churches not hear the Hiss of the serpents that coiled Aud writhed g. In a the land of the ancient Cymry a it was truly animating As to Church matters in general As far As our info a 1 Delius tui to hear the hoary Walls resound with i a on Phi ads and we think we Are not in error for the Western Christian advocate. A Hearty song of to the Dhu Deg or a Good god a offered up in the name of Jesus arg Firyth a Jesus the l it re or Quot a could not but remember with intent the Baptist Church have one aged minister at the division of the North Ohio conference saut St. Marie. I he protestant episcopal Church have one minister Issue proposes to that Wii in two Hundred years from the death in Ontonagon who told me he was a weight Hundred Ohio conference from North to South namely the of on Savior when the now mighty name Efem for Ftp a his of and four Hundred Miles from lit to Pike Sandusky to Delaware or there b i about. Such a division has been contemplated certainly Eay Rookal approves write or speak puffs meet the Eye and fall Upo form i land had not As yet been pronounced and when her ill pervading language had yet to wait almost a thousand years for the first rudiments of its formation t brother clergy no l l a by some and is perhaps the most popular the 1 Resby Tenan Church have two ministers in that i l a. La .1___. A country one of them settled at Ontonagon who Are the subject and almost the Only one i have heard mentioned with reference to a his very very words were uttered in Louh its 1, one thousand Miles from their own division simply of the North Ohio conference but with your permission i would like to present this very Teigh boyhood by the Early converts from among the aboriginals of the country. Presbytery. The Michigan conference of the methodist Episco-1 another suggestion on this subject which appears it is said that Lla Dait once a flourishing City but i�?T1,1 1u1cl, at its last session stationed one presiding p me to be decidedly better than the of note now an insignificant Village had a Christian Bishop or 1d a de her preach ers n Lake Superior or pastor As Early a a. D. 182. At any rate it is labors of two of those Brethren and object certain that it is one of the most ancient Christian sir ice i be moors 0. Iwo of those Brethren and a id a f n1 r0tller, fwd of portion of the presiding elder time Are devoid to in-1 pm p 8�me them i do not therefore wish to commit Kirn in the matter. I am not an apologist of dancing. I have termed it a a ruinous diversion a and multiplied fact prove that such is its general tendency and result. But brother a More like an advocate of dancing than myself says that this is a extravagantly severe a and assigns As a reason for this sweeping assertion that a the has known several that were article the editor who is himself physically a dumber o 1 of manner in which they Are dealt out one would let 111 111 itt ill 111 11 Mill re la la a that swaggering loitering bully cower and Crouch imaginary tormentors so they locked and Mere pocket edition of humanity holds Forth on Jig Force j to Tje no c0dcy0d did not Faet-1 jeered and in cite a him on to combat with his imaginary tins Wise 1 1 a a corpulence aggrandize the body Gross visible self of traded libel is it amid fever Fajen stubborn things contradict puff that on dior Wil j0w Ca thu his Eye a a Limpet 1 a a Al aka a escape and so with a yell and abound he made Liat dered race were about to outstrip the Angels that innit Len. He Al i Lin the activities of this age except where hereditary albeit reverend dullness and dozy dignity often wrap themselves in its soft integument. Good College examinations Are every Day revealing the fact that students Are More than masters of their studies notwithstanding that Many a quack desperate leap and the next moment he was taken up from amid the mire and blood and shivered Glass in the Street a shrieking and mangled wreck of humanity. Whether that reckless and restless spirit has gone up. A. I ,. I Usu s.uu1vb, Una. Giaui a us aug i to its awful account of misspent times or has to beat no ads la j sports a sheepskin. College professors Are deeper out its weary life against the prison bars of a crippled and Riper in scholarship than All the world who a a ramen i know not. God be merciful and heal it he be Nao in Iwu a Cut i Quaw Ucic a ill 6t&1 a a 98 m ass a a a jk5-�ss.�m����?� sir a a a a it Oil a Muht �1&Quot a a a m turned la a ,.ra, .si?1 Mali their ability 10 pm a Heyo de. 00� therefore dram drinking is not ruinous How exclaim alas for methodism that it should those careless heartless watchers of the other logical and How remarkable that a Veteran Dia be under their control Tion Evon though the colleges hip May founder night. The Demon 0 drink was in him then too by org Pii Tant should commit the common Blunder of Lizius from Quot Mil a except pus Thomas Coke Adam Clarke William my Kendree Enoch George a b. Roberts Elijah Hedding and mortal control but Long Long ago when he books new books of course so Saith the critics Blithe Bright boy As i remember him then his Mother these massive aware brimful of interest though Man fac ight have held him in the Bonds of Good habits and generalizing irom Quot my exceptions. .,0, j .7� Quot puns Are of Rimini 01 interest Thongn aunt inc Nugnet Nave new my in us Jonas 01 Good Natiw Ana i am not aware that it is criminal or improper a .,?8 y,0.8�?� 16 e8fl ma8ilve Agures Ture from the murdered and mangled remains old rain Hita As she did the fragrant vines about her for Quot the Church or individuals. In Oddos Inu a a Day a a a dozy dignity a old and injured authors. Door and thus virtue might have rendered another or individuals in opposing practice to admit its real benefits. It is logical have compared but indifferently with the of l and injured authors. Editors invariably manage their magazines and Pius Vii uni univ Ito Vicki by Guto Illo Lurl Vai. J ii t in # i.1 j a 11 run univ Vuu Usu candid and Noble to concede All you can in truth meaner a sep 0 eur me map specially n0w8papers n a style that is universally Satis dwarfish . More Over Ifsich i j to an opponent and yet Confute him. It is not u if Guch compliments be awarded the sainted dead what t Mil >hment8 in Britain. It is still a Bishops see 11 a a whom of which i May say something at an i throws much the largest amount of Terri allow that dancing has some benefits since it can and there is a Noble Cathedral built in the time of other rime. The other Brethren labor in the villages tory and that which has been esteemed the most Henry i King of England which is now undergoing Adf principal mining districts. The population is exit sire repair. Eighty years ago gothic Archi Mcphat transient yet the faithful efforts of de lecture was altogether at a discount in England and Voe l missionaries must be of incalculable value to the a architects of that Day actually covered Over the a Bem in that country and elsewhere in future. And tracery and varied work of Llandaff Cathedral with wa8 Happy to learn that they Are generally a lib then to terrible a thing As brother Imagines to. A. 0 tally Lof Ian a re or if 7 not Btu expected for the living let such As a Turco and ornamented the building in the grecian and italian styles. This stucco is now being carefully ret noyed and the venerable building restored to it original state. Gothic architecture is now Paramount. All our new churches and chapels Are in the gothic style. There is quite a revival of medieval taste in our ecclesiastical buildings. It will be Well if the taste for medieval architecture does not bring eral people not relying altogether upon help from abroad. May the lord bless them sickly new and the most difficult to travel All into one conference instead of dividing it Between the two which ought to be the Case. 2. It will expose the preachers to greater changes in reference to climate and society than is necessary or Best for their health or Success. 3. It will throw All or nearly All our educational interests into the same conference in such a be easily shown from its overwhelming evils that it is a ruinous diversion. The danger to the Ark is Only apparent let not Huzzah reach Forth his hand and destroy himself. I think it will be readily granted that the Mere act of dancing is violative of no Law physical mental or moral it can not therefore be sinful. It will be equally obvious that it has some benefits. When the room is Large uncrowded and airy Good appetite to eat look out for proscription for in the Light of the National if i can understand it to enjoy the flush of health so As to a a aggrandize the body a is at Best to be a Good natured fool. Of course the Prospect for myself is not flattering. Considering How much of the a a obese accumulation a i have to carry about me an element too so obnoxious to the National scarcely Hope Ann Arbor mich., july 25,1855. Nath. Callender. Manner As to be Likely to cripple our operations in when the time is a suitable and not too prolonged letter from Minnesota. A narrative of Domestic travel unless by a graphic a Long i h it a taste for medieval ceremony and super pen it would �nter�9t Only the writer and a few personal Slit Ion. No reflecting Man can avoid seeing Liat Fri ends. J therefore omit this and give my impressions Christian worship in this country is becoming More and njord ceremonial in its character. It does not follow from this that it is becoming le8 and less to those who May favor my letter with a perusal. Roads facilities of travel Etc. Spiritual for no doubt True spirituality May exist very body knows How to get to chicane. Thence along wit i a very careful Observance of ceremonial Chicago and Galena Railroad and Galena packet order Jet there is ground for caution and even a. Company you can get to is. Paul in sixty to seventy we think for apprehension. That waa Anoble laying 10 ir9�?Tat amp no Pense it left i t015, from St. Of Llie Karl of Shaftesbury lately in reference to some a d and Var 0u8 p0118 on a ver below stages run thorough going popish ceremony if in the Church of St n a rent directions the Winter route is from do Barnabas belonging to the establishment Quot i Buque to St Paul by stage a Little tedious but trav j out and Torii Ersing a Beautiful country Iowa and min i i Incipit in i Oppi on me Lank of to i e River w to m Superior for the most part to our turnpikes. They Are a Mooth and yielding and a horse is a right off of them. Mud is scarcely known. Water from the Clouds sinks directly so that a pedestrian May travel almost smooth roads reference to a part or All of them. The division which i propose is from East to West taking the Ohio and Indiana Railroad As the dividing line allowing the charges along the line to fall into the conference where the major portion May lie. Some of the reasons for such a division i will briefly state 1. It will Divide the territory the membership portion of the Day when the associates Are virtuous the costume Plain and Loose and the music Chaste and Inspirit ing it must be admitted that dancing imparts strength to the limbs health to the by Anci gracefulness to its movements and is unless will be a grease spot late. A dust half and let me Calcut half and deplete fifty per cent _ _ yes fifty per cent. That would reduce me i oftenstimufat7a tory. Preachers by their unparalleled eloquence run off with the souls of their hearers so far that the hearer can scarcely catch a glimpse of the bleeding Lamb. Presiding elders Are All a a our beloved a and Bishops Are not Only daubed Unstine Teddy in their very faces with the ointment of extravagant puffs they must also submit to the trouble and inconvenience of having it often repeated and Well rubbed in. Indeed one might As Well attempt to count the rapidly multiplying puffs of the steam car to a lightning train As to note the rapid successions of human puffs puffing humanity which every where meets the Eye and ear. My pounds a Little honest raise prudently bestowed May pending ged Hill of life and let worldly men if they will ending traveler up the Rug thus far an innocent and agreeable diversion. But dancing As generally practice is attended with bulk my weight of the Learned editor himself that who 3eek cot pra�8e which a Ometz of god Hub possibly i m get recover my forfeited that wj1jch cometh of Man indulge in unmeasured you Viii to Lulu Iii y Lauc Vuu 10 v j j j Vul we w Wavu i Usu a a a Usu ave us Vul # any very serious evils such As crowded add new pm a 080p�?oy had dawned on Puffin go they shall not lose their Reward which is example from their ruin did those clustering branches h tweet Home. I remember that household Well. The father was a Man of High standing filling a re it possible and respectable office. The Mother Gay indulgent and affectionate surrounded by a band of Rosy girls and frolicking boys. Fashion entered the holy Circle first with its baneful habits of idleness and extravagance. With it came the custom of drinking because of fog or Frost because they were merry or because they were sad. The wind wa9 sown there Long years they have been reaping the whirlwind. A taste Lor drinking rendered useful occupations distasteful gaming afforded at once excitement and he Promise of a iving without labor. The boys drifted off into vagrancy the father was degraded from his station said died in disgrace and penury. The girls drooped like cantered Flowers and god in pity took them. The Homestead has passed into strangers hands and now the poor old Mother sits alone in a comfortless Cabin beside the same Stream which rolled by the Home of her Early happiness and doubtless As it wanders by it often whispers of the time Che All Back by her counsel and portion of and ill ventilated saloons late hours costly and country far More equally than the other. It will fett Riog attire a virtuous companions obscene benighted world forty years make to be puffed in return yet from Christian men Christian ministers and Christian writers a More George Whitefield. 13.000 exclusive of probationers country -v7i�7ted tithe a the �5�-r-�s l j Akarl 5.1. J Jav 11 seriously apprehend that i am too old to adopt Lem comport w the the Christian Faith a Manj have hurpt�_8ed him As Sermon makers but Pone now in some respects harder to be cultivated on jealousy envy anger and other unholy passions. These fearful evils quite Over balance the possible.,benefits and As the Strong and general tendency of 080p�oy living and conform and with the example of the great head of the but is fast becoming a very dancing is to produce these evils we Are warranted in i Reform m7 a reverend dullness. Be Christian Church. A. Greenman. Vamp Vaul a Eva i v/v4 Uva v41vwv vol in it v was Vav i a us Vuu a j 1 r 1 1 in Strong hold of methodism. In renouncing and denouncing it As a a a ruinous8lde�?T Kave scruples As to t e pro 2. It is a More natural division with reference diversion a brother logic to the contrary not re j83.6? 111 7 j w v ii a a Haff Hafka a Imam a �4 h aka a a f and Vitah new ,la., August 1855. To the peculiarities of society. Withstanding. All they that be fat upon Earth shall eat and this is a matter of some moment the Northern i but calisthenic secure All the attainable benefits i a a a if my j29. Dow aft.cfbi8 Effort of the n National to Rouse the fathers m Zion conference. Portion n acquaintance with Ana under standing o la rarities of the people and an adapt Edne society has much to do with the such fibs Raas the rain ceases Winter furnish the Best so of the Ess to of a that careful observer will throw Tam amp ramp a swamp which you would do Well round. Face of the country. Bank i separate conferences in such a manner As to prevent any improper Competition or collision. The propriety of this must appear to every unbiased of operations in those matters for the last Bow Down with a Hundred surplice priests in the Temple of St. thus much apropos of the restoration of Llandaff Cathedral. The Welsh Are very vehement and ardent in their religious services. Their preachers Are generally More Aii mated than English preachers and they affirm that the English language is cold and Frozen compared with their own. The Welsh also admits of a Peculiar ring song inflexion of the voice which a Good orator among them can use with prodigious effect. The weigh methodists however Are shamefully below the Mark in the provision which they make for their minister. They will shout and talk about revivals and Pray with vehemence and urge their ministers to a now additional efforts while the poor pastors House broken rid2e8 of �k�1 taken together the it is a settled fact that methodists in Northern is a it unfurnished he is cupboard Bare his pocket land lies Well for farming but a Little too broken for the Ohio particularly on the Reserve will not his wife dejected Hie children uneducated and p a a. Above the fall the country in More level and considerable extent Send their sons and daughters his own heart cast Down. These things ought not so a up to the River is smooth and tillable. Prairie pre 10 be. If they would shout less and give More they would be nearer to the True gospel Standard for touting and bawling Cost nothing require no Sacri i when protected from fire. See and the spirit of sacrifice is the spirit of our lies Ned christianity. The Wesleyan in Ireland Are for Tho Western Ohr Lilao admit. 01111111011 or limn have approached him As a pulpit orator. Many have outshone him in the clearness of their logic the grandeur of their conceptions and the sparkling Beauty of Fogle sentences but in the Power of darting the gos 1 direct into the conscience he a clipped them All Ith a fall my beaming countenance and the Frank and easy port which the English love for it is the i v i and peculiarities from those occupying the More the Chest strengthen the voice sume their Youthful a a activities,11 who can any necessary Here to introduce a few Plain definitions. Below the Falls of St. Anthony Bluffs extend Back from the River three to fifteen Miles. Beyond this the country alternates Between High rolling Prairie and i continued Success of methodism in Northern Ohio few years. It needs not the Ken of a Prophet to see that a concentration part of the state is essential dominates though scrubby Timber Brush Etc., covers a Large portion of the country which will grow Timber Ben protected from fire. There is at present a deficiency of Timber in most parts though on the Minnesota River and West of the taking a movement in the right direction As to the Mississippi above the tails there Are Large bodies support of their ministers in which they have hitherto Root River and some other streams Are pretty Well sup in grossly deficient though Many of our Best plied. Friends there had seen and deplored the evil for Many Timber at present is brought from the wineries on the sources of the Rivers running into the Mississippi years. It is to be hoped that the Welsh friends will be stirred up by their example. W. I from the East. Lois ten july 19, 1855. A. Unless a by the Church for it Here they will be educated by other denominations and methodism must fail to do her part in educational matters and to hold her position and influence in the Northern part of the state. The division i propose will tend to prevent any improper Competition or collision on this subject and concentrate Northern Effort where alone Northern resources can be made available and Providence by throwing up a Cloud like a Many a hand in the Northern sky has indicated the Vicinity of Cleveland As the spot for that concentration towns and cities. Urn mind i of Effort this division it is True would make the co an Eastern traveler is surprised at the number and i Knees rather longer and narrower than the Quot Mei part health to the body and Graceful to its longer doubt that we live in an age of Progress i slavery has two definitions the direct and the in these surely Are highly important do a not but whether we Are Progre Vamg upward direct. The first of these 1� that it a the total do self. T. A. Morris. Home Lodge August 1855. Desiderata to none More needful and Welcome or downward Forward or backward is an other than the jaded school girl and they certainly i question one a leave each Reader to decide for him furnish an irrefutable justification of calisthenic unless those exercises can be proved to tend to evils which countervail the benefits. This brother Has not shown and can not show. It is a truth that physical education and particularly that of females has till quite recently been sadly neglected in our institutions of learning. And in this age of a Progress a when the Public mind is arousing to tor the Western Christian advocate to archbishop Purcell of Cincinnati o. Dear brother a having a Little respite other pressing duties i will address you for a exo Resar from privation of human rights the other that it is the reduction of human beings to the condition of property the same As other goods wares merchandise and chattels. Either of these definitions will answer for the purpose of argument though the latter is to be preferred because it is the most familiar. There Are a variety of other ways in which Mankind hold control Over each other and sometimes unjustly and oppressively but if the lied be not held As Dodo i 1 Bolof Hoot purpose and Friendl on Blued voice of Rich Compass which would t Juall loll anus if��111 in Adi ii Flik Ati hit ii property they Are persons Contro not slaves. A right is defined to be the privilege Ings were transform the necessity of introducing gymnastics into our time expressive of my gratitude astonishment and colleges and calisthenic into our female facade Hope with regard to your course As the visible head of Liberty of being doing having or suffering Mies he will expose himself to Tho imputation of of the Catholic Church in Ohio and the faithful something at on own pleasure and discretion a fog ism a if not cruelty who a a frets at innocent agent of Pope Pius the ninth who claims to be without the interference interruption or had France exercises designed to Confer upon the Over tasked thew Isible head of Christ a Church on Earth and of others and to this discretion neither the Law r nor the common Law nor any other just school girl that invaluable Boon a a mens Sana in Sano calisthenic As practice in the Xenia female Academy avoid the evils of dancing. These exercises Are there performed by females Only to the pure Melody of their own Sweet voices at suitable hours in the Day and free from All those circumstances of improper company extravagance dissipation a coquetry a envy anger and other impure passions All which whether brother Will see it or not a a make so wide a Gulf Between the two exercises that the one is canonized and the other having proved my position that calisthenic a a secure All the benefits without any of the evils of dancing a i think the conclusion inevitable that athe last april election As was said in the news of the Day come out so fully in favor of Temperance As to declare that the establishment of grog shops in your City Only made the poor poorer As you were understood was in favor of their entire banishment if this be True i Hail it As the most favourable Omen which has Ever taken place for i have As you know Long been of the opinion that you and your preachers could do More toward banishing retail dram shops and intemperance than any other class of men simply because you have More influence Over your people who keep grog shops than any protestant minister can have nay More than any minister of the Law will have who looks to Vou for tout suffrage and because there Are size of the towns in Minnesota every few Miles of proposed by and Ems May be darted Mortti As Well As common you ror your one i those exercises so far from being an incentive Are i More of your people engaged in the liquor Trade 0-----v Ember of conference a but this a rational a a preventive of that ruinous diversion a i than All the members of All the other churches put abrogated. If he says my hands by body my thin but where Gold and my Granite flow Law sets any other Bounds than that we so exercise our own rights As not to infringe the same rights in a Blind other human beings. A wrong is defined to be any voluntary act which disturbs interrupts hinders or destroys the exercise of the rights of others every such act being strictly forbidden by the Law of god and every other just Law. Right and wrong Are therefore the everlasting moral and political opposites and antagonists of each other. Or. Weld in his valuable a a Bible argument a says a enslaving men is reducing them to articles of property a making free agents chattels converting persons into things sinking immortality into merchandise. A slave is one held in this condition. In Law he owns nothing Aud can acquire nothing. His right to himself is Iti terrible secret in every private ear and to Liis Gainly aspect and tuneful voice be added a most i pre3bive and eloquent action. Improved by conscientious practice and instinct with his Earnest nature Chis elocution was the acted Sermon and by its Pant mimic portrait enabled the Eye to anticipate each rapid utterance and helped the memory to treasure up the palpable ideas. None Ever used so boldly or with More Success the highest styles of impersonation his a shark hark a could conjure up Gethsemane with ils faltering Moon and awake again the cry of horror stricken innocence and an apostrophe to Peter on the holy mount would Light up another Tabor and drown it in glory from the opening heaven. His thoughts were possessions and his feel _ tons and if he spoke because he Felt hi3 hearers understood because they saw. They were not Only in Ohui Mastic Amateur like Garrick who Rau to weep Aud tremble at his bursts of passion but even the colder critics of the Walpole school were surprised into momentary sympathy and reluctant wonder. Lord Chesterfield was listening in lady Huntington a Pew when Whitefield was comparing the benighted sinner to beggar on a dangerous Road. His Little dog gets away from him when skirting the Edge of a precipice and he is left to explore the path with his Iron shod staff. On the very verge of the Cliff this Blind guide slips through his Finger and skims away Down the abyss. All unconscious the owner stooped Down to regain it and stumbled Forward a Good god he is gone a shouted Chesterfield who had been with breathless alarm the Blind Many a movie who jumped from his seat to save the catastrophe the Girj i Liing and heart melting his bold strokes and Brilliant surprises but kindled Ory of Whitefield a preaching was its heart and heart melting gospel. B it for this All might have been no better than the rhetorical triumphs of Kir wan and other pulpit dramatists. I Only sought to be an evangelist. Was an orator but he like a Volcano where Al in it my i a Ptah i a a Muki Superior it May be internet log to some of and Fertility of the soil would have made them All 0ur Emden to hear something of that country the a growing towns As this has not been done i fear statue of god in the same and especially of the Neces Many of them will decline As the stakes which Mark Tity and Prospect of establishing German missions there. Them off decay and they be known Only As cities that were. Some however will grow rapidly. St. Paul 1 Khall at least for the present omit the details and and St. Anthony have grown within four years from a i conviction in the premises. Incident of travel Etc., and hasten to communicate a few houses the former to 6,000 souls the latter to near i plated for year the formation of a Western re i too. I have Only to ask that Brethren will not decide mention having All the merits and none hastily but calmly consider the reasons i have defects of an old one would not supersede it but named and i have no fears As to what will be their he says u the evolutions described Are the very i of your Church some have Contem-1 rudiments of dancing the seven Steps and More was immaculate. Mere Means to that end a Mere having no Church to found no family to enrich teaching the alphabet a prevention of read-1 and supposed that the idea the action i to an end into which his interests do not enter of i no memory to immortalize he was the Meve embassy Virgin Mary which they constitute no portion. Man sunk to a Dor of a of and inspired with its genial piteous a j 1 in i Iritz so full of heaven reconciled and humanity re soon himself became a living gospel. Re thought a great error thing the intrinsic element the principle of slav spirit so a i was conceived in the i Eryl men bartered leased mortgaged bequeathed i stored he

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