Western Christian Advocate in Cincinnati, Ohio
4 Dec 1835

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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - December 4, 1835, Cincinnati, Ohio 15ei� 4,. 183 5. Quot a a Ltd a Western Christi an advocate. Russ 127 ing it if there be a Man who can View it in in.,. C i Bis moral sensibilities Are by no Means Worth envying. Nay More that Man who can consider her in this or in any other relation that she properly sustains to society and deliberately resolve either for his own gratification or for any other purpose to corrupt her purity or tarnish her reputation should not be suffered to associate with his species but like Nebuchadnezzar of old he should be driven from among men to eat Orass and Herd with the wild beasts of the o 7 i Forest. With these meditations my mind was so completely absorbed i forgot that sleep was my of it and no longer Felt it to be necessary. I Jet i thought upon the Days of my childhood a when Blest with maternal advice and affection a and the scenes of that period though Long since numbered with the things that were seemed As fresh upon the tablets of Nemory As those of but yesterday. I went further and considered that beyond the Bounds of Tny reminiscence there was a time when i had been nursed in the arms and a a Hung upon the breast of a kind Mother who also had been doomed to pass sleepless nights and Davs of anxious toil on account of her child. And while these thoughts excited sentiments of Gratis drawn fell Short of the original. Thus tire night passed till a late or rather an Early hour when drowsiness returned and i slept till Aix in the morning. But i must close and leave the sequel of my tour if narrated at All for another letter. Yours q. For the Western Christian advocate. A Ebenezer manual labor it is due to the Church and Public that they have Humble institution. In the minutes of the last Illinois conference it May be seen that the subscriber is stationed at this school. It is on the farm of the subscriber four Miles North of Jacksonville and under the patronage of the conference. A few of the friends of science and of the Church subscribed some Hundred dollars last summer and a House 40 by �?~20 is now in building which will be finished for the accommodation of a Large number of pupils and it is intended also As a House of worship when it will not interfere with the business of teaching. It is one of the preaching places on the Jacksonville circuit and is very eligible on account of society health water &.c. There Are about 70 acres of land under cultivation sub tude to her and to the giver of All Good my heart ejected to culture by the pupils and facilities for would still of her life was lifted to slim in prayer that he be with her and that the evening might he peace. Daring All this the child in the next room continued restless and still i could hear the touching voice of the Mother a dont cry dear your father will Soan but notwithstanding this Oft repeated Promise the husband and father did not come till As i believed sometime after Midnight. At last however has came. And then after the lapse of perhaps another hour the complaints of the suffering innocent seemed lost in slum o i r her. But now i began to wonder where the father had been and what had detained him so Long from his wife and child in their present situation j Wood for recitation room could it have been the transaction of business at fuel for lodging room that late hour or was it the orgies of Bac-1 washing erecting workshops As need May be. A Small parcel of land including the House and any improvements which May be made with funds donated is secured to the methodist episcopal Church for the purposes of instruction and worship for Ever. first session of five months will commence on the first Day of december. Students will be required to furnish their own bedding. O boarding per week $1,50. For 21 weeks tuition $2,00 per month for 5 months room rent $l00permonth, for 5 months Cluis or its concomitant gaining of the latter i became suspicious and this suspicion was augmented by the half uttered complaints and stifled sighs which i heard or thought i heard occasionally from his companion in spite of her desire to conceal her sorrows and appear cheerful. In tins i May have done him injustice. There might have been nothing improper nothing wrong in his absence. But circumstances seemed suspicious. My imagination was at work and 1 took it for granted that the nightly revel and the gaming table had greater charms for him than the society of his wife and child. This conclusion whether True or false introduced a new train of reflections upon the condition and sufferings of the female sex. Those ills which by nature fill to their lot they Are constituted to Bear but alas How greatly Are their evils and privations increased by gaming dissipation and drunkenness. With All that tenderness compassion and Benevolence which the almighty has impressed upon the female heart How often is it made the seat of sadness and sorrow by the neglect and brutality of a dissipated husband. The world appeared before me. I surveyed at a glance and saw millions of wives and mothers then drinking the Dregs of misery who could Trace their wretchedness principally to this source i came Back to my native land and swept Over the Hills and Dales the lakes and Rivers the cities villages and farms of highly favored Columbia but Here too were the same evils in abundance. Every Breeze that passed Over my country was surcharged with the sighs of half a million of females weeping fur the desolation that rum and cards had made. Circumscribing the sphere of my observation i examined the towns and neighbourhoods of my acquaintance but in every place the a a spoilers was found and weeping and mourning were Beard. Weary and sad with the Survey of this wide spread Field of ruin my mind at length selected one solitary Case. I saw an interesting Young candles $31 10 5 1 2 5 1 50 00 00 50 00 00 00 eluded Between Western Row and Broadway extending North to the canal. Some sections Are entirely completed and others in a state of rapid Progress. We have been favored with the perusal of reports from some of the distributing committee othe sonic to and would Avail ourselves of copious extracts therefrom did the limits of this report the Young menus Bible society stands pledged to furnish them bibles to any extent they May need and we depend much on their efficient cooperation. The reports of their visiting committees already give proof of their Zeal and Fidelity carrying the lamp of life into the dark places of sin and dissipation. The remaining portions of the City have been visited by our distributors and every destitute family willing to receive a Bible supplied excepting that portion in the Vicinity of Deer Creek which will be completed in a few Days. About 1800 families West of Western Row and North of the canal have been visited among whom 242 families were destitute of the Bible. Of these about 40 families mostly roman Catholic refused to receive any. Nineteen twentieth of those that were destitute Are not in the habit of attending religious worship. Many Young families were found who had never before a Bible in their houses. Many families when they come to this City have no Bible and being strangers do not know where to attend religious worship and thus live for months and even years without the Bible or the preaching of the gospel. All the destitute willing to receive bibles were supplied and says one of the distributors could the members of the society hear the expressions of gratitude of the very Many poor families whom they have furnished with the Bible they would be amply Yea doubly paid for All their efforts. One poor widow says this distributor when she received one of your bibles said a her prayer was answered a she had been trying a Long time to get a Bible for her daughter and Only the Day previous had made an unsuccessful application she said she would thank the lord and this society a thousand times for the Bible. Another poor woman a cripple who supports herself by knitting said she could not live entirely without the Bible for she sometimes borrowed her neighbors and when i gave her one says the distributor she was thankful enough to pay for fifty bibles. One family found destitute were members of the first presbyterian Church and one of the third presbyterian Church. Another family members of the methodist Church had not a Bible for ten years. Several families that were members of churches before they came to this City were found without bibles had not joined any Church and attended no place of worship. One Mother daughter of a minister had Bible. On one occasion a distributor was among the German population on saturday the following Sabbath the roman Catholic priest warned his people not to receive books from any society adding a you can get Hooks of the right kind at the Coffee House a referring to one in the neighbourhood. But notwithstanding the warnings of their priest Many were not Only willing but glad to get a Bible. One German roman Catholic said he Kneir his priest would he mad if he had the Bible but said he i live in a free country and will read it when i choose and the priest shall never touch my Bible. In fact says this distributor Many among them were induced to receive bibles from the suggestion being made that they were in a free land and the priest had no Power to take them away or prevent their Reading them. A German missionary whom we furnished with bibles goes the following sketch of the conversion of a roman Catholic at w Hose House exertions a now occasionally preaches in the suburbs of Man standing at the Hymen Al altar and by his Succes a others particularly of Brothers by Side a Blooming Virgin whose every look a was in-i1 Irav an use of Springfield circuit re he had served the army in Europe l it has Novence and truth. She was Beautiful and Lovely so be for a the matter again on a different Plana Ved sclera years in he United states. Some and a sweetness almost angelic breathed in veto 1 Lisa get or members at the time since he says while on a bed of sickness. $56 00 making the amount of for one session of 5 months. To meet this expense in part a tolerably Good hand on the farm will he allowed six and a fourth cents for each hours labor. At this rate three hours labor every Day in each week for Twenty one weeks will amount to $23,62� which being subtracted from $56,00, will leave a balance of $32,37i one half of which w ill he due in Advance and the remainder at the end of the session. This estimate is made to suit the farming part of the students and that portion of them which May be capable of doing effective work. Such As cannot perform the common amount of labor will be allowed a proportion and those who choose can be exempt from labor by paying the Money. It is hoped that this institution will be rendered an agreeable situation for pious and moral Young men. Petek Akers. Jacksonville iii., nov. 9, 1835. For the Western Christian advocate. Read this. Messes. Holliday and Fri omit a dear Breth rent i herewith Send you the names of Twenty one new subscribers for the Western Christian advocate. As the business of attending to our religious periodicals on this circuit has fallen to my lot by the appointment of my beloved and worthy colleague brother j. Carper i purposed when first entering on the duties assigned me to do All in my Power to Advance the interest of these papers because i viewed the welfare of the Church and the Prosperity of the cause of god among us As connected with it at least to a considerable extent. But remembering my situation it being my first year and among strangers my exertions were weak and i became disheartened having obtained but two subscribers no visiting which i forwarded. But viewing the by tone hallowed every affection and shone Forth in every action. Their Mutual vows w Ere plighted and she became his for life. She was a trea i have done so at five appointments and obtain sure of inestimable value and he was not Union to subscribers Twenty one for or a. wore Cincinnati and two Lor new York. I now sex close of class meeting and urge the claims of our papers on the grounds of duty and interest. Scions of her Worth. Fur awhile they were As ,. Happy As health competency friends and Reci Post but Lyle blesses of Dot re to obtain a. P Roc a i affection could make them she Render a Quot a Lei St 1 to it it de his House a Blessing. Peace and Joy were there and thither he hied when freed from the cares and business of the Day. But time rolled on and Asad change a a killing Frost Carne. I duty and look for Large Success. Yours in love Uriati Heath. Granville nov. 18, 1835. Saw him when first enticed to the tavern. He took Iii Glass and soon retired. The next evening he called again but tarried longer and drink More. And thus a relish for Strong drink was contracted and ruin soon followed. Home was no longer his Delight. The bar room and card table became his constant resort his wife and children were forgotten business failed friends forsook him health declined poverty came and then his rags red eyes Haggard looks and bloated face proclaimed him a Sot. Years lied the Day was cold and the blasts of j Little English said he had been in december howled most piteously. My heart near two years was a physician for us a Western Christian advocate. A dead Man found. A Hunting party on passing among the Salt Creek Hills of Jackson county la., on the first of november found in the Woods Remote from any House the body of a Man which from appear Jance must have been there seven or eight weeks. On examination he was recognized to # o i be a person who had been seen in the neighbourhood by several persons about eight weeks previous. He was a German and could speak but this country a physician had lived in sunk within me As i thought upon the condition j Cicinnati also in Newport ky., which last of those who in such a night Are doomed to feel place in Jiacik Aily left said lie was going to Rockford and from thence to Cincinnati. The English of his name he said was cup. Lie was spare made supposed to be 30 years old about 5 feet 5 inches High Pale visage and somewhat pox marked. Had on a High Palmetto hat Fine Blue mixed jeans roundabout and pantaloons. Not quite a Dollar in change four Small keys and one brass Pencil were found in his Possession. His pack which he carried when alive was not found. In this pack he had several Small vials containing essence of Peppermint and an Occa a pc it some of which lie had sold in the neighbor of their com a Loicl the people near to the place where he was found Feci much solicitude to know something further respecting him. It is generally believed that he lost his Way sickened and died where he was found and that his pack bread having been in it was carried off by the hogs. A letter to me postage paid from any of his friends will be attended to. Ebenezer Patrick. Brownstown la., nov. 16, 1835. A poverty and All the sad variety of i entered a wretched Hovel and there by the Side of the expiring embers sat her whom a few years before 1 Hud beheld at the altar the Blooming Bride of n promising Young Man. But of How changed 1 Iler icare worn countenance and emaciated form Tell a most forcibly do they Tell of the desolation that reigns within. She is surrounded by several half famished they Are begging for bread hut she has none to give them. At length exhausted and overcome by sleep their cries cease signal sigh is All that remains plaints. And now the hour of Midnight has passed. Solitary and silent she sits by their pallet of Straw. The storm without increases the fitful blasts of the wind grow More loud and shrill. Shivering with cold she draws her tattered garments around and again stirs the dying embers and while Sli contrasts the Hopes and Joys of former years with her present hopeless and wretched condition she thinks of the husband of her youth what lie once was what he now is and feels that she loves him still. She is afraid to see him and yet anxious fat a his return. But he comes not. Poor disconsolate Mourner he cares not for thee. He has forgotten his vows. What is it to him if thou shouldst Pine broken hearted and thy babes be doomed to starvation lie cares not. Lie is now enjoying the bacchanalian revel in that sink of iniquity where drunkards and villains Consort and widows and orphans Are made and there he will continue till nature is overpowered and he sinks upon the floor a lots orc object of disgusting brutality. These or. Editor were my thoughts while meditating upon the sorrow s of woman As enhanced and embittered by dissipation. I did not dream for though All around was still As the i 7 o the House of death and the inmates of the neighbouring apartments were asleep i slept not. Gladly would 1 have believed the scenes of my imagination to be a baseless As the fabric of a vision but i could not for i knew that such things were Aud was convinced that the picture i had from the Cross and journal. First annual report of the Young men s Bible society of Cincinnati. In offering to the Christian Public our first annual report we feel deeply impressed with the solemn responsibility devolving upon our yet infant society and although several causes operated to retard our Progress heretofore we think Providence has now prepared the Way for our future and More extended action. The Young menus Bible society was organized in the Spring of 1834, and it was not until the autumn of that year that we w Ere enabled to commence our operations. Since which time we have received subscriptions amounting to $2300 and have established a depository in a Central part of the City in which we placed about 4000 bibles and testaments in the English French German and Spanish languages. In the w Ork of supplying every destitute family in the City the female Bible society have promptly undertaken to attend to All that part in Al Blackburn had emancipated his slaves has been confirmed by a letter from his executor to the Secretary of the colonization society. The number is forty six and the testator has charged his estate with All the expenses attending their voyage. Alexander Donelson of Davidson county Tennessee Bitely deceased also by his will declared that All his negroes about 20 in number should at hrs death he free on condition of their going to Liberia and or. Stockly Delson the administrator is preparing them for emigration thither. Ample funds Are also provided for clothing them for furnishing them with suitable tools and for paying the expense of their Voy age or. James Ogden in the Vicinity of Lynch Burg va., lately deceased left a valuable Young coloured woman and her 4 or 5 children free and Means to defray their expenses to Liberia. A coloured woman with several children has been placed in charge of the Lynchburg auxiliary colonization society for emigration to Liberia. This society had before sent thither some of the most valuable slaves of the same owner a writer in the new York observer states that Captain r., a gentleman who had emigrated trom Virginia to Mississippi recently assembled his slaves about 20 in number and offered them tin privilege of settling in Liberia. They were distinctly informed that if they went to Liberia they must expect sickness and privations and All the difficulties experienced by settlers in a new and Distant country. That the great advantages of their removal would be to their children. There they could educate their children and they could leave them in a land of Freedom and of equal rights where each could sit under his own Vine and Fig tree. They Are All desirous of going and next Winter is the time fixed for their departure. The value of these slaves at present prices is not far from ten thousand dollars an auxiliary colonization society has recently been organized in this county and More than three Hundred dollars have been subscribed to its funds. The same writer adds a a in one of the neighbouring counties of Alabama is a family of twelve Blacks. Six Are free and six Are slaves. The father of the family is a Baptist preacher. A few colonization men in the neighbourhood Are about to procure the Freedom of those in bondage by counting out the dollars and will Aid the whole family in removing o one of the colonies of freemen planted on the shores of application has been made to the colonization society to Send to Liberia Chapman Payne a coloured Man lately emancipated by major m. M. Payne of the l. S. Army. Chapman Payne is about 24 years old healthy Strong of Ordinary intelligence and acquainted with House service mining and navigation. Wesleyan University. We have just received a catalogue of this institution by which it appears that there Are now 111 students being an increase this year of up Ward of 40. We give the following items of . A. And Jour. J terms and vacations. Collegiate year is divided into three com since be says apparently nigh unto death his sins seemed in a vision to Rise before him in Battle array his soul was filled with terror and his religion gave no Consolation on recovering he went to the priest requesting the Hook from which the priest got his texts in order that he might see Mere clearly into the nature and ground of his religion. The priest rebuked him sharply for his arrogant curiosity. His anxiety was now greater than every even his dreams were about the j word of god until one morning he took All the i a a Money lie had and went out to inquire in the City where he might find the word of god. He now read his Bible every night and to use his own language a could not Stop a a food of Light broke in upon his mind and he was unspeakably Happy although encountering the persecution and rage of his priest. He now wished a Bible for his Catholic neighbor and two weeks since says this German missionary when i gave him one from the Young menus Bible society and told him that his neighbor would he Welcome to it he was rejoiced called in his wife to run and take it Over her Joy and anxiety to carry it instantly was still greater she left every thing and ran Over the Road calling to the neighbor while yet quite a distance from the House a i have got you a Bible i have got you a Bible a holding out the blessed Book As the other woman came with tears of Joy to meet her. Another distributor says a poor foreigner who had the misfortune to have both his legs broken wished me to express to this society that he was truly thankful for a Bible in his own language. Again and again and Many times repeated was this society thanked. It is our desire to furnish the Bible to All the emigrants and Boatmen arriving or departing from this City to place a handsome hound Bible on the Cabin table of every Steamboat which lands at our wharf to furnish every destitute family in our City and county and state and this accomplished to Aid the american Bible society in sending the Bible to the Heathen world. Fellow citizens our cause is the Noble cause of philanthropy of patriotism of god. Earnestly and affectionately we Call upon you All and especially upon Young men to assist us with your prayers and co operations the our City our state our beloved country our whole world May be blessed with that Bible which proclaims a peace on Earth and Good will the terms. The vacations Are 1. Two weeks succeeding the last wednesday in november. 2. Two weeks succeeding the fourth wednes Uay in March. 3. Six weeks immediately prec Din Ine Cement. Expenses. Tuition fees Are proportioned to the instruction Given to each scholar at the rate of $4 per term or $12 per annul for each daily recitation provided however that no student will be charged less than $10 per term or $30 per an numb not Over $16 per term or $48 per annul. The average number of daily recitations will be three which at $12 per annul w ill amount to room rent from $4.50 to $6, average Board in commons 1.25 per week 42 weeks Wash ing fuel and lights about use of the Library general repairs sweeping see., about urges the necessity of sending a married Man and some school teachers and the managers of our missionary society fully agree with him on the necessity of such a measure. Who will go already two Young ladies have offered their services provided a Man with a Small family can be procured to accompany them. If therefore any Young preacher with a Small family should lie Wllling to embark in this Enterprise let him address himself either to Bishop led Ding Lynn mass., of to Bishop Emory reister town near Baltimore jv�.?. As the appointment of missionaries is with the Bishops and not w Ith the boat a of managers it is useless to address the latter on a a subject and we have mentioned the Al Ove name Bishops because from their position they have Moi a immediately attended to the interests of this . A. And Jour. From the Western methodist. Letter from the Rev. F. E. Pitts. Rio do Janeiro s. America sept. 5, 1835. Brother Garrett a i have just time to drop a line my work is finished for this i have formed a society of methodists in this ancient Strong hold of delusion and have seen some cases of gracious conversion to glory to the redeemer a name his Good spirit is at work in Rio and his gracious presence has often filled my soul with Joy and my eyes with tears while preaching to the most attentive people i Ever met. 1 have Given them directions How to manage their meetings until a permanent missionary arrives. I have supplied them with a few books. So far from meeting with a storm of persecution i am loaded with the kindest expressions of Good will an old roman padre however i have just Learned has called me a a messenger of thank the lord for such a sentence from such a judge. As i have written at length to the Board of m. Of the m. S. You will Pardon my Brevity now and look for something More in detail from la Plata. The opening prospects Here have detained me till now and after having a dozen meet 7 n Ings i leave them with much such feelings As i have often left some glorious Camp meetings in the Sweet Groves of Tennessee. My company is waiting to sail a i go on Hoard a neat vessel with several North american acquaintances to the River. Yours in the gospel of truth f. E. Pitts. From tic Christian advocate and journal. Missionary drafts. To the treasurer of the Mesa tonary society of the methodist episcopal Church. I have drawn on you for the support of missions within the hounds of the Indiana annual conference As follows in favor of Rev. Aaron Wood superintendent of the Rome and Otter Creek missions fur $430, in four instalments. In favor of Rev. James l. Thompson superin Tenden of the Cole Creek and Lebanon missions for $330, in four instalments. In favor of Rev. Richard Hargrave superintendent of fort Wayne and deep River missions for $100, in four instalments. And in favor of Rev. Freeman Farmworth for extra expenditures the last year in one instalment for $50. Making in All the sum of $1,210. R. R. Roberts. Lafayette oct. 21. South a door being left in the partition fur the purpose of talking Arway the Honey when needed then the roof should be coiled Withka a ref nicely planed and jointed Ami the space Between the ceiling and the roof should be filled with dry Tan Sweet Straw or some other non conductor of heat perhaps dry Tan is the Best substance the end should also he coiled in the same manner. Lengthwise a Al crosswise of this room Strong wooden bars should be placed to support tie comb then to fit it for the reception of bees a Board should be fastened under the holes through which they go out and in for them to alight on. It is w Ell known to those who raise bees that they never swarm till the number is too great for the labor they have to perform or till the hive is full therefore in hives of the above description Tiv re is no necessity for swarming besides there a another great advantage in this Mode of housing them they will keep on building comb and filling it it Ter they have Laid up a sufficient store for Winter consumption which is not the Case with those kept in l in Small hives in common use. With regard to preserving be6tf by burying them i know nothing still i think it not improbable that they can he so preserved for it is Well known that they will revive on exposure to the Sun after remaining under water for three or four Days. At any rate it is Worth the trial. A. Crimson Clover. The following notice of the trifolium incur Natum is taken from the code of agriculture and As this grass is getting into favor it will not be unacceptable to see it so highly spoken of Sentinel. A it is a subject of much astonishment that this valuable Plant trifolium inca Natum should not have been Long ago introduced into this country and cultivated on an extensive scale. If sown in autumn after a crop of potatoes or other roots it produces next Spring a crop fit to be Cut for soiling cattle eight Day earlier than Lucerne and a fortnight before red Clover. Care however must be taken to have Good seed and not sow it too deep. It produces two excellent crops in one year the first of which should be Cut As soon As it comes into lower and the second w ill produce a considerable Quantity of seed. From its Early growth in Spring when other articles for feeding Stock with advantage Are so difficult to be of blamed it is Likely to become a valuable acquisition to British husbandry. If the clovers the seed of which is we believe to he had in considerable Quantity of the seed merc hints in this country be sown in Spring it is considered that it will produce a full crop in Scotland in the months of july or August and must be of great value to those on whose lands the common red Clover does not succeed or where the crop May have partially failed. It is proper to remark that this is an annual Plant and therefore should 0% by be employed in partial general intelligence. $34 00 to my 3 or 50 00 00 00 $120 75 amount per year room rent is raised on account of improvements for the convenience of the students. The occupants of each room Are made strictly accountable for and damage done to their it o room. Pocket Money society fees books &,e., will vary according to the habits and circumstances of the student. Parents and guardians Are earnestly advised that voting men at College have a o o very Little need of spending Money and in general it would he much the safest for the student cheapest for the Parent or guardian and altogether Best for the University to commit the Linds of the student to the president or one of the professors w to will attend to their wants and discharge their Bills for which a Small commission w ill be charged. From the Christian advocate and journal. Moneys received for the Bible and tract society and sunday school Union of the methodist Church by b. Waugh <5f t. Mason agents for the methodist Book concern. Mrs. Margaret Smith of Baltimore to constitute her a life member of the Bible society by Rev. Vav. Hamilton 10 00 from Lavitt Manuel by Rev. B. F. How a for Bible society 1 mites of several individuals for the Bible society by the Rev. T. Merritt .93. These amounts were forwarded by committee of accounts Oneida conference a new York Mills station Bible tract and sunday school sue., to make Rev. J. M. Snyder a life member of Young menus Bible society to be appropriated to the furnishing of the Mohawk scriptures Litchfield circuit for Bible society .75 Man Lii is by Rev. R. Houghton .50 Fabius by Rev. W. Bateman 1.69 Sharon circuit .87. The treasurer of the missionary society of the methodist episcopal Church acknowledges the receipt of the following sums for the week ending nov. 14. Or. Jotham s. Fountain by or. S. Dando j $25 00 Marble town missionary society to make mrs. Margaret Newman a life member by Rev. T. New Man 20 00 received of Rev. D. Cahoon com. On advocate 1.55 or. J. Wright for african Mission 2 or. A. Clark 3, a a a. C.,�?� 5, by Rev. D. Dorchester we. Gifford avails of family missionary society by Rev. David Preston 2." $13 co a the wages of sin is Death.�?Cowan, the murderer w As executed it Fityo in last Friday. He addressed a few remarks a the crowd containing As supposed 30,000 people acknowledging the crime for which he suffered the murder of his wife and two children and the justness of the sentence. He attributed his ruin paiute Moranco and exhorted others to take w aug by his Casa and shun the fatal cup. May its desired effect on tippers Aqel if Erlewi Fri the intoxicating Poison. A canal round the Falls of no from a circular drawn up by a coming Wego it would seem that a Survey of has been made during the postseason the authority of the general government which establishes the Complete practicability of the work and accordingly memorials Are to be addressed to Congress at the approaching session asking their Aid towards its Nat. Int. Important from Mexico and learn that letters have been received by this mornings mail which state that five of the mexican states had declared against the government that a Battle had been fought Between the Tex ians and Santa anians on the 20th oct., at Gonzales in which the latter were Defeated. There was also another Battle fought at Goliard in which the mexicans lost 300 men and $10,000 w Orth of . Y. Spectator. Deputation from the British to the american the address of the Wesleyan methodist conference to the a Bishops of Piscoza the methodist e to Man. Site african repository a we have just received the november number and take pleasure in saying that we perceive in it a decided improvement in externals As Well As in editorial vigor and Industry. It is a Superior number and Lull of interesting matter to All who justly appreciate the great and Noble cause. We beg leave to commend the following extract to the Especial notice of those among the immediate abolitionists who have been in the habit of denouncing the colonization society As an Obs ircle to the Progress of african Freedom and an instrument for the increase and perpetuation of the . Y. Spectator. statement in our last number Page 264 that the late general Samuil Church in the uni Tad states a As published in their last minutes be find the following extracts a a the preachers of our connection assembled in conference however earnestly engaged in numerous and diversified engagement requiring Diligence watchfulness and prude Jee in Council cannot be so pc occupied with heir own most urgent interests As to forget it hat the time approaches for the holding of your general conference and that we have a confidential agent in the we a Stern continent in the person of our beloved brother the Rev. We. Lord and that an Opportunity in mus presented for receiving the affectionate fraternal Intercourse of the two great families of Wesleyan a brother lord is instructed to present to you of or warmest Christian salutations he will be Able to communicate freely with you concerning our affairs and we Trust w ill he brought to you a in the fullness of the Blessing of the gospel of a we Are much gratified at this announcement and Hope that this a fraternal Intercourse will be kept up to the Mutual satisfaction and holy edification of both a great families of Wesleyan or. Lord is the acting president of the methodist conference in upper Canada and was also appointed by that body in conjunction with the Rev. Egerton Ryerson to attend our next general conference on affairs pending Between those two . A. And Jour. From the Christian advocate and journal. Publishing fund. Contributions to the publishing fund of the Bible tract and sunday school societies of the methodist Episco Al Church ending nov. 14, 1835. N. Wilson $10 00 account of moneys received from the circuits and stations of the Genesee annual conference Medina by Rev. James Durham 5 West Mendon by Rev. A Osband 6 Elmira by Rev. A. Steele 6.50 Seneca 6.50 Phelps ct., Altha Pugra .25 Ontario ct., by Rev. A. N. Fillmore 3.25 Rush Ford and Friendship by f. Atchin son 2.77 Salmon Judd 2.25 Newark c. Wheeler 11.75 Catherine it. 2 Middleport for Bible society .47 from a lady in Buffalo to Send the Bible to the destitute by Rev. M. Seager 5�? mrs. Margaret Smith of Baltimore by Rev. W. Hamilton Rev. We. M. Soho a Field 1.07 Rev. Wheeler 1.13 Rev. G. W. Moore 2. A married november 8ih, 1835, by the Rev. Peter Sharp or. Christian Stout to miss Mary Bowen both of Henry county o. On Friday the 13th of november by the Rev. We. H. Biddle or. Joseph Russell to miss Amelia Reed All of Cincinnati. On the 22d of november in Newport by the Rev. Ii. J. Perry or. A. Kearl to miss m. Boss. On the 26th of november in Covington by the same or. John Hart of this City to miss A. Armstrong of that place. On the 29th ult., by the Rev. G. Moody or. A. F stiffs to miss Catharine Hart both of Columbia in this county. On thursday last 26t.h of n �v., i y he Rev. G. W. , or. Jonathan b. Nickols to i. S Sarah daughter of Rev. Andrew s. My Clain All of Clermont county Ohio. 51 74 10 00 James Farmers department. Missionary Trust that our readers have perused w Ith much avidity and pleasure the news from the Oregon and it will be perceived that additional missionaries Are wanting for that important Field of labor. In a private letter from brother Lee he from tie Princeton whig. A causes for bees. Or. Editor if you consider the subjoined remarks of sufficient importance to warrant their insertion in your valuable paper they Are at your service. I noticed a Call in your last for information on the Best method of building houses for bees to preclude their swarming. Although i never had much personal experience in the rearing of bees. 1 have from my youth had Many opportunities for observing the Domestic Economy and habits of this ingenious architect moreover 1 have frequently seen minute descriptions of houses of the kind to which you allude. These hives Are generally built in the Garden it r loft of dwelling Bouse. A Small room should he partitioned. The Loir Al the Endch posed to the letters received during the week ending dec. 2. J. B. Finley 2 subs. L. Robinson m. G. Barnitz j. H. Robinson j. Ii. Stewart .1. Lynn jr., j. Bethel 1 Subj. O. Andrew ii. Whiteman or. 1 sub. D. Abr Neth b. B. Edh Mondson j. O. Conaway 2 subs. Sharp f. G. Ferguson Knox j. Thatcher 2 subs. Not without a. M. Would pay interest on the amount from the time the books Are forwarded until the Money is received by us. Baker Waugh and Mason 2 subs. R. Baldwin ii. Vreden Ihirg 4 subset. Armstrong j. B. Dons w. Hol Deif j. W. Finley j. O. W. Cloninger w. Simmons 1 Subj. Ii. Tucker 1 subs. Lynch 5 subs. Marlay w. S. Crissey not received till the 27thb. T. Kavanaugh 1 sub 7 go Worthington 10 subs and Advance pay for them . Jones z. Connell h. Crews 2 subs. Cooper 2 subs. Hunter l. B. State Ler and a. Mamroe Ii. Field 1 sub w. S. Morrow 6subs.j.parcels 2 subs. Gray 5 subs. To Stark c. D. But Tolle w. T. Campbell l. White Holding 2 subsist Sav a "<5 10 subs. If you will Send us the Post offices in your next we will Forward you a statement of the accounts. A books forwarded during the week ending dec. 2. W. W. Hibbing Paris la., 1 Box care of a Pugh Al amp Dison la. W. Y. Daniel i Box care of Baughman it amp. Co., Madison la. L. Blur Thutt co Luthus la., 1 Box care of w. Dutton Madi if per s. B. Swiff sure. L. Garret of Nashville. Tenn., 2 boxes per s. H. Monroe. W. Ill Ryan 1 Box t. N. Ralston 1 Box both care of buckles amp co., Louisville �?per s. B. Gen. Pike. E. M. Bosley 1 Box care of Garvis Uri Hue 6c curd Louisville by. Kelley 1 Box care of t. G. Gorin Glasgow. Ky., and Gnu i Tribue pc curd Pike. A 1 b

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