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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - June 20, 1855, Cincinnati, OhioVoi. Xxii a Ihuken Sbur Mattil and no. 25. In lot Elliott t suitor. Cincinnati wednesday june 20, 1855. Whole no. 1,101. Tain of i it tue a it a nil t u e i n i a Jam kno m 1 u. I by v if t la a v it of Ifni i to ii. 1 tue 1 no Mil Arm i a i re. A a i i if Are or i i. I i t in it i i b of Iii a i i person an imaginary directly across my legs any More than a Man who by the same Irita a farm of land and whether he takes of the slave or not he is in a morn in be comfortable in the Eye of the Law and in fact the Al a Ner and the slaveholder i Barnes asks a a is there a Law. Having out tuned himself thus far into Good society be seemed to be entirely satisfied with himself with and for aught i knew with the rest of Mankind which he had thus very certain had been permitted to make Choice of a companion for the night my tendencies would not have been in that human i rect on Here he was warm quiet and free from 4i. _. T. I he storm and seemed mightily inclined to far As i 1 Quot a a a a �?op1 a 1�?o a we k. A. U Kyj Itata. Begin full to re like my own Quinon. I bid i. Amt his will w e answer there it Man and divine Law for it there mined in the first Piare As All the indications _. Lample if the of or ass or property second place led me to suppose that it was amp rattle neighbor is in peril we Are required to m ,0f Ourse 1 a 1 no p0h�tive knowledge on the i to the owner. If the Legal put in his Possession by inheritance does not take care of the stolen slave by the Law of god. By human Laws in every state men Are hound to take care of strays or lost property and restore such to the real the divine Law compels in this Case and. A a a brother Barnes however like Many others re borrowed the style of the Garrison an comes in the end just right and confirms our interpretation which is in accordance with interpreters of slave Laws and institutions. Lie he kind of persons against which i wish Lodi St episcopal Church to close her doors fellow beings not Only controlling their enslaving their children but a themselves. Been thought i had a right to make that Assumption and to govern myself accordingly. _ but the thought of Buch a companion was horrible a. Sleeping partner too a Snake so forbidding in every possible aspect that even at this time although about Nineteen years have rolled Over the incident it makes me shudder through every limb to think of but that was not the que Tion uppermost in my mind it that time. The question was a a How am 1 to get rid of him a and it was a Nice question too a fee More easily conceived than executed. I knew the fix was in i was fully aware of my position for my pretence of mind had not for one moment deserted me. Although an intruder although he had presumed to poach upon my Manor without a License still 1 was aware that this King of his species was to be treated with great respect and consideration till 1 Liau got at least beyond the reach of his murderous . I commenced therefore the proce a of sliding my legs out from under him not to be sure at a Pace of two forty but imitating More the Speed of the Snail and almost holding my breath during the Ope Tiou. 1 was fully aware that my Only safety Lay in this. Perhaps might have got rid of him in a More summary w a but in doing it perhaps i might have placed him in a position unsuited to his dignity and contrary to his ideas of propriety arid most probably retaliation on his part would have followed and 1 should have coma out of the contest second Best. But i found my plan working Well and persevered in its execution. By dint of great patience i finally after a Lubor of Soma ten minutes or More succeeded in Fiu Diug myself free fro i at once threw o this is sound methodist scriptural doctrine. Slave holding states yet it is Likely there Are As Ich As there Are Sabbath Breakers drink my disgusting companion the Musket bar that aur Roun led my ground bed stepped Over my blankets Drew on my boots As a matter of precaution not knowing the precise locality of my pleasing and amiable companion at this time. 1 now seized a Shillal that 1 knew wan standing in a Corner of my tent for it was As dark As egyptian darkness itself and commenced flailing Ray scanty bed Wilh an earnestness that would Hare been highly to a disinterested Looker on. 1 continued this health in fifteen minutes in the bal Hope that Church in Ohio and Indiana in proportion each. When such persons i Oise of m or Inch m�w9�at,ll0u in Dot in a. of actual Epcot and forsake and give o c for the we Tern Christian advocate. Sunday school convention. F the result Aid Lead no Means at hand by which i Ould throw any lil of the subject Trae 1 bad editor w. 1. A i candles but what use were they to Rae without matches and of them i had none. I finally put on part of my clothes threw my cloak around me took my umbrella for it was still raining in torrents and sallied Forth into the Camp. But Here i was no better off. The rain had extinguished the tamp fires and darkness reigned supreme. I be ten Cinel was at his Post but it was useless to trouble him Riih my Story. My umbrella soon became useless As a Protection against the drenching storm and 1 was delegates were in i forced Back to my tent for shelter. But Here All was doubt and uncertainty. What had become of tha make there was a possibility that i might have killed him but there was an uncertainty about it. But i ventured Back and drawing out my Nlle Case which Aad served me for a Pillow i sat it to for Attica District North Western in compliance with a Reso. X resolved that the institution of Sabbath school i 11 i a i a a a a a a resolved that we have increased Confidence in. I a i y i youth of our country. Resolved that we believe it to be the Indi spen duty of every minister of the gospel to it Izo Sabbath so nooks wherever u is Pracz Carie own on it near thu a Trace 01 the tent resolutely determined to watch the waning hours till Daylight should reveal to me the result of my labors. The Reader May imagine my thoughts but it would be difficult to de tribe them. U Lengli it seemed almost like an eternity the Dawn broke upon another Day. It was like a new life a r new being a new existence. Again the life blood began to course freely through my veins my heart had gone Back to it8 usual resting place and was again performing its accustomed functions. Tha first a Osy tints of Norving sati fied me my enemy was not in sight there was he was he lurking in some sly Corner ready to strike whenever i St uld approach him certain it was tie had not coiled himself about my nor had he wreathed himself abut my neck i p m a a a v % 1 1 1 i 1 in Cornago and support them by his presence j Ivy Hau us Yuol acc Uii no a a to my wac seized resolved that we Are firmly of the opinion that Sabbath schools have lost much of their efficiency resolved that we will in the future Endeavor Iko More special efforts for the conversion of Iron believing that Tho Church shall e proper Effort a this direction a new Era will j that we Are Well Licat Ioos of the methodist with the Vith Winch i had performed such wonderful de Tab m he dark the night before and with this i raised the blankets up and there Lay my sleeping comp Guiou my a Ted fellow new sleeping the Reep of death after this occurrence i slept in my boat and Tbs re was an additional tent for the use of the soldiers. But the reason for this was to them a my Stefy. A elephants fraternal feeling and affection. Whip a Wagon drawn by tev ramp a elephants was passing our office recently t ays the Buff do democracy the following Atory Van told which a youth for at True last season a menagerie visited the Village of Johns own. Fulton Coudy when the a Trinade hit town of m if Panli to King no the Tho Public exercises of the evening were con Ives were Dpi Vii Laded that in View of the Good results of the w the Bridge but with the known us the Ace Thoy refused to Cross. The water of the Creek which flows through a Gorge in the Felarc formation presenting at that Point Banks of precipitous character us thirty feet a Hight was Low and by taking a course across a Cornfield a Ford could be reached but a he proprietor of the Cornfield refused to allow his property to be so used except on the payment of an exorbitant sum and this the agent of the menagerie refused to submit to. Accordingly the elephants were again driven to the Bridge and again they it fused to attempt the crossing. They would try the Structure with their great feet feel cautiously Ali g the Plank with their Probo Cal fingers but each time would recoil from making the dangerous Experiment. At last however goaded by the Sharp Iron instrument of the keeper and accustomed to obedience they re life on with a scream half of agony half of anger j Tho re Rcd Cirefice of the poor animals Ridge broke and went Tash address. W parents by Rev. W by Rev. C. A. Brook by the writer. The by Tho children. Tho convention and ble institution which has already been the Means suit showed the prudent Pic a. Nn1irnfi/\r, a f i n re to 4v�/mtaon/la to have been Correct the b Perrysville a James c. Sierp Secretary 6mtal rattle a Nair Oor respondent rarity is vouched for by the editor tells the following Magazine i think for i have not my memorandum Iii to the Bottom of the Gorge carrying Wilh it both the monstrous beasts. One of them struck upon its Tusk and shoulder breaking the former and very badly injuring the latter the other was strangely enough unhurt. Now was shown the most singular and remarkable conduct on the part of the Bruie which bad escaped. Its Comrade Lay there a extempore bed being provided for its comport while no Templa Ion no Force no stratagem was sufficient to induce the other to leave and proceed with the main portion of the caravan which finally went on leaving the wounded beast and its companion under the charge of their keeper. Day after Day the suffering creature Lay there rapidly failing and unable to move. At the end of three weeks the water in the Creek commenced rising and Here i danger it would overflow and drown the 36, that 1 found my Elf wandering through the go diva held elephant the keeper desired then fore to brought up at fort Crawford grew Baylis. I f v r v a a a a a Battle a and now plumbers with the dead d years ago procured Mackinaw boats a Maher for the whole detachment which very each h accommodating Sorm thus provided and fully provisioned for the journey e oars were let fall and we threaded our Way up the Fox River a portion of the Way quite a rapid Stream with Formi Post a Pond the reach of civilization from the Fox to the wisc on named below Prairie stated tents wic c i j o soon Afier striking the Mississippi our tents were etched one night As usual. It was not Long before in caught a get watch died end scolded but All to no purpose. At last enraged he seized a Pitchfork and was about plunging it into the poor things flesh when the Champion wrenched the Fork from Hia Haud broke it in fragments and Flung the piece from it then with eyes glaring and every evidence of rage in its manner it stood Ever its defenceless and wounded Friend As if bring the keeper to approach which the Man was not so Green As to do again with cruel purpose. Thus the injured animal Lay there till it died. When satisfied that it could no longer be of service the other quietly followed the keeper away from the spot and showed no desire to return. It this was not reasoning mingled with an affection some men might pattern after we should like to know what to Call it. Terilou8 adventure Voth a Tiger. J. S. Bucking hair in his a autobiography a relates an extraordinary adventure he once bad with a Tiger in India. He had gone to Dine come even or eight Miles from Bombay and having an appointment at Home in the morning and the night being remarkably Fine with a Brilliant Moonlight he declined the invitation of his Host and hostess to remain with them Over night but set out at ten of clock in his palanquin on his return to Bombay a great portion of the Way Lay Over a level Plain of some extent and while we were in the midst of this bearers turned in that night that i a and for a Tel a with two Musta Uljens vuavuavu1/., Vul. v . Mistaken. During the night our Camp was disturbed took e3ume, no very Corree a commendable desire raging Rry their Ligh Aryl As a Matt is thought disrespectful to omit in Short the whole party of ten in an instant disappeared scattering in All directions and each running at his utmost Speed. I was perfectly astonished at this Suu Deu halt and wholly unable to conjecture its cause and All my calling and demonstrating was in Vaia. In casting new behind the palanquin however i saw to my Broad Forest of which he had probably been horror and dismay a huge Tiger m full career not lost p r on. Moment imagine that us Snake-1 growl that indicated too Dpi incur me eur articular penchant for my quarters but faction with which he anticipated a Avory o a that Abou fone of clock at it or rather 1 he hunger her. A us t to a to. _ a. A Laic .4., of t v. Had any particular pen Muti 11 Hajj Juo Ivym guv to 1 happened that about one of clock at night or rather his hunger. There was no. A mome t Ine he brought up at my tent and acting upon deliberate. To get out of the palanquin a Lder Overhu per spa it u not a prov we Only a escape would be run tug into the jaw Aofter go of a any port in a storm a he pitched in with to remain within it was the Only alter _ 1 a if a nor 1 Aqua if 9 Anri the nala Nauin is an Oblong Chest or to of. First intimation Box about six a .1 _ feet Broad and two feet High. It has presence was the fact that he i four Short leg for resting it on the ground three or d. Wit. Tod horrid parean1 four Yachu Only above the a Oil. Ita Bottom and Aid

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