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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - October 3, 1855, Cincinnati, OhioUhi Shii in f. Tooms Tobt ibb $7 lot Foi to in Sroul 0 h n r c h a it. Elliott vol. Xxii no. 40.Cincinnati, wednesday october a 1855. Whole no. 1,1 111. Jill Tsifrin Christian a Boot att. Emphatically de with t Cincinnati october 3, 1855. Amp i us Nokia Ohio conference. I in. In a nth a Ion of thin conference commenced i 1 i a Lush in in sat Utu by City Bishop Ames prot dding and i of a or Harris acting As Secretary tin following commit tees were appointed mgt Nan i. Ii. Chubb c. H. Owens and Jesse it a to also on Homes item a statistics in u from each District namely w. S. John it i Nabb Chester l. Foote Jese Durbin in Tho John a. Mudge Jacob f. Burk bolder. A. Inter and a m. Gordon. On education k. Thomson 11. E. Fricher w. C. L o re h. S Bradley Alexander Nelson John a Quigley Thoms i irked Joseph Wykes and m. K. Hard 1 _ and the stale. Lie said the a citizen ministry a intimately people at Large Aud identified with their feelings and impulses. He thought there were circumstances which Allied the methodist clergy More closely with the popular sym Pashie than were those of any other denomination. The beating of the Public pulse was More audible to and More readily heeded by the itinerant of the methodist Church than by the clergy of most other Christian churches. But he warned them that the voice of the people a was not Al ways a the voice of while acknowledging a just measure of responsibility to society a higher allegiance was due to the great head of the Church. Been amply demonstrated by been regarded in Piedmont and Switzerland but in All former troubles of the Vatican its owner found con objects in View which i need not detail Here As the Mission of or. Arthur and his friends will speedily make the religious Putic of America acquainted with them. Or. Arthur thigh now a member of the Brit solution in the unwavering Fidelity and the Blind Obe ish conference and one Idhe general secretaries Zience of Spain who was Ever prompt for any act whether of abasement or of cruelty which the Church demanded Ever ready alike to place her own neck be Neath the Sandaler foot of Rome or to kindle the fires of the inquisition for the extirpation of heresy among her Wesley society is an irishman by Birtle and As a minister the unit of Irish methodism so that he is now equally with any of the other members of the deputation pleading the cause of his country before America. And yet this fascination unlike other fascinations was not at All mysterious. It can easily be explained. The perfect simplicity of brother Gaddiss style gives a lifelike truthfulness to All his descriptions. As he leads you on from scene to scene the whole is Daguerreotype before you. I can not therefore sympathize with the author when he tells us by Way of apology that his him to Clouds driven almost in the form of Spray by the fierce Hurricane they have a new enemy or enemies for to the Orlinm if air to of a preaching Falls the alls at Lizzie begins suffering int a Resolute still even though so exhausted As often in Teet. Still they Are half a mile from actual e. K. Y own subjects and prohibit Christian burial to the London August deepest v ill sri kit. J. Wells John s. Kalb Aud w Collier. A Itiba i oust Daniel still Eilif Alexander Harmount so . Is v True i aus Ismy while Iuan. A. Kennedy and % i a one distinguishing feature of the protestant ministry a said the speaker a consists in the important fact that when they out into the great Field of labor they leave their wives Ami Little ones As hostages that they will commit no depredations upon the social institutions of the country and they Are the connecting links by which minister and people Are bound together in one common destiny. With those of another denomination this essential guarantee that no foray against the peace of society will be undertaken is wanting and no such Bond of sympathy Between pastor and people can exist. A a the Bishop dwelt at some length upon the Peculiar features of the discipline of the methodist episcopal Church Ako the self. A a pastors setting Forth also in appropriate terms the Day is at band advantages arising to her clergy in beg assured that while they Are faithful m the discharge of their duties they Are never allowed to want a Field of Walior or compelled to put their pastoral services up at heretic subjects of other states who might die upon her soil. But amid All the distresses which now thicken -1 v a i Quot a it a 3 t it. A t . A a -�?Tic1-. A la vhf Volt. To ,. A or round the papacy the Contumacy of Spain it is which weak and longing for Home by Geo i k Herbert. Come lord my head Cath Burn my heart is sick while thou Dost Ever Ever stay feeble health would not permit narrative. He would have spoiled it i am confident had he attempted to improve it. I would almost As soon think of polishing the style of the ingenious dreamer of Bedford jail honest John Bunyan. The result of such a process could scarcely fail to be a Volu lne coldly Correct and logically Dull one in All respects just the opposite to the a ppm that top they had so often almost reached revise his i As they thought when looking up some Steep ledge. Presenta that the ghastly spiritual terrorism thy Long deferring wind me to the Quick blinded the understanding three fourths extent it is which furnishes the most cheering the Long dreary mar actively Little i i proceed to carry alienation estate the great and pregnant fact is the eagerness m. A a 1., of .1.-, in on. Mfr a. W. J. Wells chains of the sunday school Wil u a birth the Spanish people support the govern Quot , pro enter a circular from the Secretary of Luel project undeterred by the thunders which ii Lupin my spirit Gas path night and Day. O show the self to me or take me up to thee How canst thou stay considering the Pace the Blond did make which Hou didst waste when 1 beheld it trickling Down thy face 1 never saw thing make such haste. 0 show thyself to me or take me in to thee. It. R Johns Gnu Shannon Power and Fentley. V use v. Man to. Lunch Raymond and Ini m it in i a Quot i i messes. Gurley Whiteman Aud o tec k Colu Iliili ill vat tin the general sunday Schimil Union which was read. The circular embraced a plan for securing a More efficient cooperation of the various conferences in the sunday school cause. Resolutions were also appended have echoed and reverberated r. A 4 i every altar from the Mediterranean Bay of Biscay against for the lands of which in it As Al to appointed to presen11 providing for carrying out Ilie plan proposed. Rev. To the Temi prance cause. A a Miju f t a lain i �1 Tuanh a verbal communication in log affairs a the oin Cinnam i Book concern St Creary Al who should presume to bid the Church declares herself a. M have believed twelve Mouths ago that a spa fish government would so soon have yet if thou Stayest still Way must i stay my girl what is this world to me this world of woe be Clouds away away 1 must get up aril see. 0 show thyself to me / or take me Uji to thee in % of which h Rist 1 i a via v 11 i i lil i a air ii Ali a i 30 of the b he t asked that the sum of i the 1st of november is in meat ii of All dues from the ure during the present tin a Post the Commasee in charge Ihei with n partial exhibit by i coi t i n i in u m 1 a tul u 1 a the i. I Tim t i a it a thu 1 Fth i i my �111 a neral genk from which it of Hooks peiiodicaietc., Spring March 31 in had to school i Filion being present addres Seil the conference found Adorf saing its Sovereign in such language Fra Rue it this knot of Man untie at some length in advocacy of the plan and in relation a8 a blowing. To the general subject of sunday schools lotions were adopted. A the rest of. A % Quot it. I. V . Re Quot. A a .1 a. Quot it a v 4. Our impartiality will thus by the publication of certain document so be notorious and the f his holiness unjust in its substance and Bulent in its Ishop Sott arrived on the-1st. Ill a Hea t i is yet Jontz to receive the most Complete reply in everything relative to matters. The govern verment very poor still he is Able to do some service. The following Are the delegates to general Confer does not re it Iotti ize a Vivon k Book Roichi Ibi a bid Roor of in r harci1 of the Eicr w. 14 Harris 14 1 Thomson. U. I Owei James is or Tjie i Hawh Ichye hold Wheeler % b. Diablo a. Poe h. E. Pilcher and ver d v see i weeks to of iof w i til Breckon Ridge. Resev a l. A Gurley and h. Appreciating fairly the state of our country establish. Shaffer on Friday evening there was a meeting of the Bible tug a sort of divorce Between your majesty and the that my free soul May in her Wing which now is pinioned with nor Valitie As an in tangled hampered thing. 0 show thyself to me i or take me up to thee a $ of f what have 1 left that i should stay and Grone the most of me to heaven is fled my thoughts Aud Joys Are All pack t up and gone Ami for their old acquaintance plead it would be impossible to give a greater i of facts and incidents in a smaller Compass. The Emigrant ship its crowds of families suffering from Short allowance the fever breaking out and hurrying one loved one after another into the deep Blue sea the Landing new Homo in Tho far West Pioneer life its hardships and dangers the dark interminable Forest Hill and Dale the fruitful Champaign Tho log school House Youthful sport and escapes Early history of methodism and its faithful preachers the Humble country Church the Camp meeting the conversion of sinners the trials and Joys of gods people touching deathbed experiences All pass before you with the vividness of a drama and you Rise up at the close deeply gratified and yet disappointed that the curtain was dropped so soon. Yot it is Wiso in an author As Weli Asiu a preacher to Send one away with an appetite. The Book is intensely methodist and yet i Ventor to say it will please and profit the pious of every name and even worldly readers can not resist the Charm of its narrative. You have now my complaint against the itinerant for interrupting my studies perhaps you May have a similar ground of complaint against him. I leave him to your judgment. But i must in duty bound add that i heartily forgive him Aud too for the entertainment and edification with which i have hung Over his foot Pri Ilta Cincinnati to Rcpt observing the View beyond. Feat Ful As had been struggles and sufferings before it became far More fear jul now. With All their struggles they could not keep up their circulation and the blood begins to stagnate from the cold. But a few rods at a time do they pro Itress Ere they sink palsied and exhausted but again to renew the struggle. Lizzie Brave still can not pro coed without assistance. Or. Bourne assists both daughter and Niece but now Lizzie requires All i assistance and All exhausted As his daughter was Shi too extends a hand to help her Over the boulders in the pathway. Or. Bourne leads the Way and goes som. Distance ahead in Hopes of seeing or reaching that mountains top but he dare not tar for fear he will Tose his Way and become separated from those under his charge. They will not hear to his going out of their sight. Again Aud again do they sink Down scarce expecting to Rise and again As one rouses the others do they stagger Forward for a Rod or two and fall. And now the cold is doing its work. Heladie Are becoming lost to All feeling save that numbing eos Tion which comes creeping Over them Aud they desire to sleep that sleep from which no one wakes but or. Bourne will not let them sleep. At last after struggles which no pen can describe they conclude they have lost their Way and it is hopeless to proceed further. Or. Bourne leaves his Cane which no longer assists him and to keep from freezing they run As the can get strength Down the Mountain. But they can no longer struggle Aud or Bourne proceeds a Rod or two in search of some Bowlder which will afford them a Little shield from the elements with which they cad no longer contend. He returns and tells them he has found a Rock under which they can creep and secure a Little shelter. Hia daughter answers feebly but Lizzie does not respond. He Calls again but All is still Lizzie sleeps. He shakes her again and again does he Call and repeatedly does he shake her. He Wattem to Rake her and again lays her Down on the cold Roc a there is no suffering for her now. Death has claimed her for his own. \ is Lizzie is dead but or. Bourne and daughter live. Finding it useless to make for time t narrowly watched their movements. She saw a Man s head slowly rising above the door and apparently the premises it was Finley . The object was now evident. Going to the armory she selected a Well loaded Musket and resumed her lace by the window. Kneeling upon the floor she id the muzzle of the weapon upon the Windowsill Between the window curtains and taking deliberate aim she fired. What effect she had produced she knew not but saw several men hurrying out of the no in at the same door they had entered. The report brought her father and his workmen to the House Aud oing to the barn the dead body of Finley Lav on the Oor. V Catherine v b. P. Aydlott. Orts i behalf they crept under a Rock a Rod or two off and a pent the night. In agony and suspense ill not follow them through Thal Day tin has passed away and or. Bourne looks Forth continued a afterwards married a Captain of the Continental army and she. Lives the honoured Mother til a py1�?�610118. An i respectable line of descendants. I he old House is also in the land of the living a and has been the scene of Many pranks of the writer of this Fale in the hey Day of mischievous boyhood. The swallows. The following interesting description of a visit to a tree where the Chimney Swallow resorted is Given by or. John. Audubon the distinguished american ornithologist i a. I x v. v. 4 it. On my arrival at Louisville Kentucky i was shown a tree where the Chimney swallows enter for the purpose of roosting i found it to be a Large Sycamore nearly destitute of branches and some sixty or seventy feet High and Between seven and eight feet in diameter at the base. At the distance of forty a get up it a five feet in diameter and there a hollow Branch of some two feet through had been broken off leaving a stump projecting from the main trunk. Through this hollow Branch the swallows entered the tree. After being shown this tree i Rode Home but returned to it again late on an afternoon in the month of july. The Sun was going Down behind Silver Hills thousands of swallows were flying closely above Roe and three or four at a time were pitching into the Hole like bees hurrying into their hive. I leaned my head against the tree listening to the roaring noise a amp do within by the Birds As they settled and arranged themselves. When it was quite dark i left the place x ext morning i arose Early enough to reach the tree Long before the least appearance of Daylight and placed my head against it. All was silent within. I remained in that posture minutes when suddenly i thought the tree was giving away and coming Down upon me. Instinctively 1 sprang rom it but when i looked up at it again i was astonished to see it standing As firm As Ever. But the swallows were now pouring out in a Black Back to Ray Post and listened Moriety which in due of or the Rev and the government legitimacy of the we i placing thee doubt the estates which t v Rel m a York also ii r 1 i p. I i lilt i a Lilily �1 i Mill la b. Gurley addressed the a Effing to great affect Stroug Lii total an alienated in virtue of civil Laws to which the holy see itself had already Given its assent 0 show thyself to me or take me up to Theel cultivation of the voice. And but a Short distance from him is the Summit Ano Ayuaz Ervent to the noise within which i could tip top House he proceeded thither roused the c0i11pare to nothing else hut the sound of a larg dome Dearest lord passe not this holy season air a i hire ton my by a up of f by cd % �?~�?o�?o5 the Nana Dill on their Way Down they passed mrs my that among singers especially throughout Lett Naif in the country improvement in Quality and delivery of i 1 i Boumer a Cane just Nineteen Rode from Twenty one rods further the body Lay they had i i in i # a i a i i a m a i a i i Beltha Hin a my i. M % i i a u a to tin 110ft i Lai % i i a in 5? 3 u t ii Ivy a i i i it t 9 a i a. 67.716 array of Argi Imenit in Fini Bod Siy Leand manner i ocal pried to Jln people would lock by thousands or take me up to thee at More than thirty minute to their depart. A i ,. Took Orch Iii to p Ini in living Colora the to compete for the Burchai of the lands of which the in i Quot of Livili uti i philosophy the arts and a Church regards herself a and that in a Church without the Bible to enlighten purify and country were twelve months ago the Possession of a $761,9 1 1 51 i lev ate men without the Bible and the religion of the copy of the Bible would have sufficed to Mark out the utter respects have made excellent Progress and 8,1 �?Ti1c1 8tl thermos he a Al eight or ten inches thick and the vet who pm not Modance a single tone of the Rishi Etc 1, l Dot w1 we at Tell phrase in must hav 11 800n Brou it the Mulde flew d�8cl�?~ng���?~�tied Juno a Niti r Proa co Roii Itje Noih of Uit ri0nt0,0 0qj, urn via with Touthor it r a new Knoland correspondence Jin Lity or sing the simplest Melody in Good style who Cau readily sing All the new music that appears Camp meetings. F \ \ i i 1 rfivt.ita�. A b in Dot to t tie meth it to h and i n Eft i it. In Iofi to. Ill i u if. 49 Kyc i so Church r on m. N n o m n i n i a t i i ,.in. Throat and such misuse of the breathing apparatus Bibb. Fac Rev. Or. Pc rudder tem ral Delgau of tin owner for the deadly vengeance of priests and people our Camp meetings have been glorious that the natural Quality of the Volco is almost in of fib american Bible Haciey next addressed the audience the Laud should be already deluged by publications resulting in great Good. Revivals Are following them tirely concealed Aud a distorted unsatisfactory tone with Olid arguments and instructive tact. Hts time vowing the boldest hostility to the Romish system. 11 several places. The conviction seems to grow produced like tile Diamond just from the mine a was limited and we regretted he could it have a i Public journal in Madrid commenting recently on i stronger every year that these meetings must be rough unsightly Pebble tile Singer not knowing the w 470 509 46 54 b<44 00 60 been Down to 28� or 29j where the poor suffered breathed her last. A a 1 lev. A 71. A a r a ? it pt�?T,1 a . W i. A. A t v. I. A a it a x i . I p t of. A a. A word or two by Way of explanation or. Thomp nearly at sight but with such a form of Mouth and son proprietor of the Glen House knew nothing of the 1 1. A 1 i 1 1 departure supposing that in consequence of the illness of the Friend they would not that Day. The proprietors of the tip top House could hear nothing for the wind Aud storm Aud had no idea of what was better Opportunity to give us More of such St ring i 0perati0n in Point of View wrote continued. Multitudes who a few years since doubted Vertlue and Beauty of the Gem he possesses till the transpiring without. It May be urged that or. Bourne did very wrong to on. He suffered enough let a it A a. 1 judge him charitably but none the less truly he i from 1814 to the end of i8�9 the court of Rome has Wiet Ler they should be longer continual Are now proper form be Given to it. How Many of tile 14bould not have proceeded and least of All without a �"01,9 16 ,1 a get Luaao. Not a member of any Church made tip Recey to from Spain for a Mew dispensation a Avau a voc stink their claim upon tie special attention and Volce,3 depreciating and wearing out instead of guide. A a. It n it it a an Kauai a or tilt Ivan tit Oak inn Lima ter. The collection was $43 and some cents but Liviu is it Iii Iii not i v v o i w f Dpi t 1 1 a 1 a e 4 11�.�1 i vomit Rich District a appoint Ltd a omit Foo by adding $17 to the collection Lari nations authority to erect chapels and oratories support of the Church. Indeed we find but ver old a this ,11. U ill i Quot ill d 01 a livid a on if the coif Cwiok Tolliv do Quot a it a in a private of few few among our Wing influential members Bat Are tote a life with a proper mass of Euvia with decayed feathers Etc. I had i passage Clear through this mass for about six feet Phis operation took nearly the whole Day Aud know my by experience that ii the Birds should notice tin Hole below they would abandon the tree i had it care fully closed. Re he swallows came As usual that night but i did not disturb them for several Days. At Lait provided with a dark lantern i went with my Friend about Nim o clock in the evening determined to have a full View of he Interior of the tree. The Hole was opened with caution and i crawled through followed by my companion. All was per Short breathed weak voiced easily tired a incident in the revolution the following is a old ule which has been often factly Light slowly and gradually i brought y lantern to Bear on the sides of the Hole ii i Lif priding my of tin1 several districts were Al jd1 Quot i 7 y ,1 Wuti-11 Rio for 1 rabbi acts too 1 a r to be enumerated she v t via to. A Quot Law we awake to f a pm pm. 7 7 77�?o 77"7 \ Bot?1 a when Quot 4� 14 m my i h pm Ltd a 4. To k fax my of Kij Llly etl. M Whit juy it i b a m a his it a Quot i it i in my f k 1 i. La l u l. Ii it in i it it. 0 1 0 i 1 1 i 1 Iliin Silt in no inc ans i n Oak Hie Akai i duct d tie a Levi Liillian a air to ill a Smiet y i \ or Lilily i the balt Iivori Roi Femc or 118. Arthur deliver died to the conference a snort urn Lucid n of the people t they Are attended till peat non Iii in no instance did i see one Bird above int iut 1 i and addressed the of Feifei tace on the of the metropolitan a Livrsh at washing inn i v or la Van i agent to Olivit and collect fund Quot or a -1a. D a arts Ion of a Large Church by this name from. A. J v tout Toum i Itie Cier Irmen of them to i i 1 a it i Copal Church Iti every part of the country upon those tit pal it Tif pay the mi., Gnu due in their Quot Ever it Al subscriptions which i All a responded to Wuh much alacrity. A drawing of my Magr tier building was shown to the Confer Ltd the at ii Cut it of which is one Hundred thou when Spain of Ai the countries of the Earth Speaks it ref address.774 7 7. On Friday the tilt Rev. William Arthur and i thu of Rome there must be Hope for Europe and Man Good nearly All Are ready to admit. Souls it is undoubtedly True that sing aug in time and in tune merely Aro the most simple and easily a i myself proceeded to Sandusky City from Cincinnati of fief o �1 a i by k l 4 it 48 1-4 111 i of 4.1 he Bibb Mcva Jug after our arrival and then proceeded to i or Lod Ink it or. Cal Wells. E-q., we Here to Are hospitably entertained. C. Elliott. Sandusky City september �2, 1855. Kind. Enter Vii v-1 1. A Iii c in i ministry. The Chorb revived and Quick be. No a in Many instances its members Are brought into a state of entire Sanctification. While they Are thus owned lord for such extensive Good a and British correspondence while the immediate scene of the naval and military by i ii Quot of Quot to it we a i operations or pie the chief regards of the people of f 1 i 1 a Guan Muhly air a this country just now it does not wholly absorb them. It in t tilt re Ali Hsii ordly adopt is to the Iri a conference a appointed the it William Arthur and the re. Robinson Scott delegates to i the american churches and beit Aid ii. Behalf of the cause of Irish methodism theri fore i ret Luj that we tender to the Rev. William Orth in of tie Bri ish. Conference and the Rev. Robin xon Sci to of to. 1 Rili conference both per it Ona by and 6 1 v greeting and american Welcome. Rusuli a 1 hat to recommend them and their Cault to a he kind c in it Ami Cun Ider Tiwi id our people hoping that visit to stir country May strengthen the Bond which unite us to their and promote the Cun e of our common christianity in both. Two years Back his wife died leaving him two children of Under Ages. Actively engaged in the duties of the military profession he wished to secure for his children much attention has latterly been attracted to the italian fates every portion of which with the exception of that which own the lil reral and enlightened Sway of a. A a la fit a .77 a six f y1 r 1 in t re a. Xor . G he Al the King of Sardinia is charged full with the elements of insurrectionary violence needing but the single spark to cause them to burst Forth in flame. These a cements have All been created and stored up by the rulers themselves who combining the madness and blindness of the suicide with the brutality of the Reck less tyrant have at length goaded their unhappy subjects almost to the utmost limit of human endurance of rendered inevitable an outburst of revolutionary and Stepmother finder the provisions of a Law which or x i a. R n. A a. A ,. A y a. A \ Slot v. K it Inna me i a Tami hair i Muti is Quot. A i \7. 7 to a 7 i Forth its transcendental claims As arrogantly As when half the Earth was darkened by the Baleful Shadow of its scepter. Popery itself never made a demand More tinned and efficiently sustained monstrous than one which has just been made at the instigation of the priests in relation to the children of a French military officer and which will shortly come for adjudication before the Imperial court of Orleans. And in hah been in a 8torm Over since th�?�u8h the viol the gentleman in originally Telce be 8b>rm had somewhat abated for a few years a roman Catholic and was married several years ago past but by 1 arsons Cooke it is Down upon us again to a lady of the Saime persuasion. He subsequently be wbb As much violence As Ever. But methodism is came soundly converted to protestantism and about used to Aud some think opposition do a it Good n it i a 4 a a. A proportion of singers and Nennele wine it a e opposition to methodism. Commenced in a storm in better prepared for a storm than a Calm. A a cooked a centuries Are being circulated extensively in this Section and will be at the West. But not Satis at a mothers care and a religious training in a i fied with abusing and slandering us in the above work co dance with his own convictions. These objects he in about fring out another work against us called conceived he had obtained in a second marriage to a tb6 ecord fart to cookes we Hope protestant lady but at this Point the Romish priests Best stepped in and induced the Conseil de Famille who Are by he congregationalism the Legal guardians of minors to claim the right of every a s can live through it. Breech. So we say fire withdrawing the children from the care of their father away it methodism lives and thrives and will when Book defunct in Providence r. I. Ohm we Lek an i niveb8itv. A. I,.< ,.,&. He for much amp hot pm Walt to not a Vett it f r a i a he conference As Well a the i,t7 by 811 a tame Liate interference and a vigorous re disqualified for the suitable nurture Aud instruction of a few years since the Wesleyan or seeders had Jtj arriar., As we did not i Ach the fr�88��?o a of a. A Normous cruelties under which the their offspring. There Are cases doubtless in. Which two churches in Providence r. I and it was sup it. till Friday evening. Inhabitants of the a Garden of Europe Are groaning such a Law would operate beneficially. But the Only posed that this was the stronghold of the denomination. L he King of Naples is pre eminent above i fellow causes which have hitherto been deemed sufficient in one of the churches was Given up some time since tyrants in deeds of meanness cowardice and cruelty the French courts to warrant such of Chil and the other has recently died a natural death and to. I chairman of the education in i so a tolerable Bas his hateful despotism become Dren and parents have been either mental incapacity or their House of worship sold to the old Church. The that Austria herself not proverbial for the mildness Gross profligacy Fin the part of the latter and the Law seeders can not live in new England but they talk of her Sway knowing by bitter experience How catch was evidently Neyer meant to apply to a Case in which of doing great things in the West but i apprehend ing is the flame in such a Case and Well aware of the the Only allegation against the Parent is that he has that their Prosperity is a kind of an a Irish Hist ripeness for revolt of her own subjects in Lombardy renounced the communion of the Church of Rome and Peg downward has addressed to him tie most urgent remonstrances become a convert to the protestant Faith. Captain g., Rev 1 it k to Mittee submitted a report in part in Rio latin to tin Thiu Wesleyan University at Delaware showing a hat in i tuition is pursuing a career of Quinter inv l Prosperity and usefulness. The number of or. Neuts during the past year a been As follows i the collegiate course. 174 in the biblical course. 15 in the scientific course. .32t2 quire of All Tho departments of the Art and that a Largo riot 11�au "11118 either in a Virtor Nanco or appreciation consequently All beyond is comparatively unexplored and unknown ground All the More attractive to those teachers who. Are ignorant ambitious and unscrupulous As it affords an Opportunity for great pretensions without much ability or knowledge with but Little danger of exposure. One who would attempt to teach singing without being Able to Lve a tolerably Correct example i Ordinary music in Lime and tune would be sure to fail for people know about these things. But How different in matters relating to Quality of True style Etc. And yet nothing is More elementary and nothing should be attended to earlier in a Courso of vocal instruction. Music is eminently an imitative Art and As the example is whether in the class or concert room so will the singing of the Pupil be. The faults in the example of the teacher will certainly lie heard in the scholar and the evil will of course be in proportion to the teachers popularity and Success. It is unfortunately True that this difficulty a not confined to those who have not had advantages for much cultivation but is found among those who aspire to High positions As leaders and teachers in the Art and is All the More injurious in consequence. Such teachers and leaders feel that they must teach every thing that is to be taught whether qualified or not trusting for Security in the Low Standard and general want of knowledge in these departments. But this state of things will not last Long for As a More excellent Way is shown the people will walk therein and teachers will be compelled to teach Only that which they themselves understand. Thero will also be More thorough preparation for the work and consequently greater Success and More rapid advancement in the o. F. Hoot in tits musical review. I f the a old thirteen a and deep in the confident a most men 01 his time and sub it was on a Calm Bright Sabbath aforesaid summer when judge v it a f a 1 Ltd m % a 1 but hitherto without Avail. The speedy interference of course resists a measure so unnatural unjust and literary memoranda. Recently of the Western Powers however which was already illegal and it remains to be seen by the decision of the7. A. ,3 a. A. / r .1 n r pm it u entitled a Emo do demanded on the score of humanity is believed to Imperial court whether the intention of the Legisla explained and exposed a by Rev. A. Mineral Iti stellans. Fatal ascent of the White mountains. I511 h Ive been secured by the fact that they Bave each just hire and the Oft repeated and emphatic declarations of Ajlan Prev Dent of Cleveland univ sit this sept. 12oh, As we have already announced a per Venceil insult at the hands of the neapolitan gov the emperor info Vor of religious Liberty As Well As the t a in. Amp Young lady by the name of Bourne was Frozen to death a. I um.4 1____ of big Oro in work it w1c 111008, Anu ii we mistake Dot will Placo a 1&Quot "1 sofa re a 4. A i in their True character before a �?oc�ndl�?o8 the wll to . Of Vermont. Sub Ern ment for Wlinich hitherto reparation has been re abstract and inalienable rights of the Parent Are to be i Lio Library building i nearly completed and i is cite i Gem. I architectural Beauty. It is to. 1. A ,1 ,.j. A. Fuck Atto . .1 i in i on Lite 11 to of october next fun the a ache of the anti a Emba a act nude aerated and trampled on at the pleasure of k pub the author my a it iut cd the pretended joined we give the Tribune a account of the fatal and 1. A 1 a. I a 1 4 to it it a n it a i n in i 1 i t i 111 u Prfu a k pc i m i . M b he methodists of Ohio. We May he a by cd a font in he official the serfs of Rome. Well feel s they have a la Blip hed and fostered will a t b a be present in great numbers. The com a Wittet rep it a illicit of Fui ids necessary to Complete Jet Library building of Only $1,100, which will be rfcs Willy made up. The report concluded with Resolution re a ionizing in the Ohio Wesleyan University explained t Pride i the educational and literary Scuyr by the minister of police and the French among the moist important religious movements of acknowledged principles. Its circulation will do government holds its Flag insulted by the circumstance increasing of the authorities having refused to return the Salute revive the practice of open air preaching which pre paid to the Flag of Naples by a French Admiral who Good years the historian entered the Bay on the fete Day of the emperor Napo present Leon. In both Caes explanations have been demanded fined to methodism but Bave not been obtained and it is believed that a ministers take Public another historical work of great interest. It. A is entitled a Japan As it was and the author research indeed but ministers important my auxiliary and recording a Humble and Portio of that Uki it at will a dispatched to Nap left listed Church and of Tho Independent Baptist and format on respecting the history Aud character grateful acknowledgement to the author of All Good to set matters to rights generally on its return from the communities japanese. The work contains facts and is yet a it. showered upon it appointing Rev. Northern Wal i. I he same state of things prevails in into the streets and squares of our great towns and Frau Gilt Wilh a 1 the intere8t of the 11 it we Al n re 4 in a in a w \ \ 1 414 a 4 1 1 a 1 a 1 1 a 1 a i in 1 trustees Lombardy to Cany and the papal states differing cities to proclaim the word of life to those dense enter Willi am Bishop resigned a suming the deficit of non kind but Only in degree from that which exists $1.100 by the North Ohio conference and appointing 10 the two Sicil,e8 but the interference of a foreign 0f worship and whom it is therefore impossible to messes. Whiteman Raymond and Wilcox a visiting Power becomes a much More delicate Marier in relation m i ii a it it s. A 1 m a Romance. Committee for the Ohio Weslyan University for the ensuing year. Or. Thomson supported the resolutions with some pertinent and pleasant remarks and they were unanimously adopted. The same committe also recommended the adoption appliances to any of the thre former states Tolian in the Case of the i service in our churches and chapels. A close Calculi latter. The papal states for example Are already estimates these habitual and systematic absentees under the Protection of our ally the emperor of France at five millions Hearly who has maintained a Garrison in the holy City for Hall a dozen years past. An armed intervention in the Case of Lombardy would be held equivalent to a decl amp a the u United t tangible practical earliest manifestations yet elapsed of a ,-oln.Ion, appointing Bov. John Wheeler Date of Ion of h�8�?~i, f"81��?T Tho a Quot Forth a which u were sinful 10 it of by wu1 win Tiona these and similar works have invented Indiana. A 1 of Institute in place a to 0881 ber8wordmtotheru8e, Ltd Rev. A. Nel on resigned which prevail etl. The allies at present Hope to induce her to preserve a Nahir places Ost stirring the work will have a wide circulation. It is from the press of Phillips Sampson i co., and contains 576 pages. The Rev. Daniel Wise has announced a new work with the following title namely popular objections against methodism it will meet the More popular objections against its enemies Are so busily circulating. Without formally discussing such works As the a great Iron wheel a cookers centuries a Etc., it will reply to the object it will ship by the addition of hearts . Or. , from the committee on l a hic i n a trility if Talfy can it l actually or Coop a i those of the multitude on the Day of Pentecost be ready about the 1st of january. Caughey a works Are still having an extensive Sale venture on wednesday the 12th inst., or. And mrs. G. W. Bourne their daughter miss Lucy a., and Niece miss Lizzie Bourne arrived at the Glen House in company Ith some friends with whom they purposed ascending the Mountain on the following Day. In Conse Quence however of the illness of Obe of their party they did not Start in the morning As was intended but immediately after dinner�?2, p. . Bourne daughter and Niece left the House with the understanding that they would walk up As far As the Carriage Road had progressed to a Point known As the ledge a about four Miles Distant and about half Way up the Mountain where they could obtain shelter for the night and proceed on their Way next morning or return to the Glen a same evening. Miss Lizzie Bourne the deceased was a very vigorous person accustomed to walking and As she supposed possessed of great Power of endurance. She was in fact the life of the party As the sequel will prove. She had rolled ten pins in the Rooming and numbers who were present can attest her vigor and vivacity. To Render As it were the event More particularly distressing she was about to become the Bride of one to whom Bhe had pledged her whole heart s affection. An Only daughter and the Center of a Circle of admiring friends and relatives in her Twenty third year she perished bequeathing to her Only brother her bereaved father and that one she loved so y , offered a Resolution that no extraordinary be taken up at the several anniversaries held during the sessions of the conference which was adopts Tion in the contest. But Lombardy is a weak Point to Austria As Well As a delicate one to the allies. Lom streets. In Ireland Popery has commenced to exhibit its old and unchanged Bardy Ami Piedmont would in All probability thrive i characteristics in opposition to the movement. Not remarkably Well under one enlightened regime such As s my time a i spent in the invention of uie that it Hekt it 8"dlo�?o the it the a r in a which the probationers of the conference had a in >0 Virr the l Rah a it Han 8ub��?ot8 of Fri places in the romanism districts n the pier at Kingstown within ii charged their duties during the past year. Joseph would rejoice to Exchange his Rule for that of seat of the vice Royal authority ministers the following candidate for adm Aaion into full Victor Emanuel and great Britain and France would experienced insult. A As Pastora of the Church Aud member be wcl1 Pleat Ltd a 1 at n tran8fcr a Hichs pm bestowing mobs it when att of the conference were then examined and admitted 011 Lombardy the betting of Liberal institution would namely Allen s. Moffatt a r. Palmer Thomas. Confer on Sardinia a Rich Reward for the promptitude of Monelt u. Maltby Baruch Jones John Bryce John or a,8�8unc to be ally a cause au8tr,a perfectly w. Thompson w. R. Kistler h. L. Nickerson of. B. Understands All this and hence her extreme relic controversy solemn message ugh studiously presiding elders of the Wisconsin conference writes to the publisher As follows a nearly All my preachers Are supplied with the works and i am free to express the opinion that the remarkable revivals that have occurred on this District have resulted largely from their circulation among the preachers and six thousand copies of Caughey so a Earnest christianity illustrated a have been published since March. S destined to have a run nearly if not quite. Fondly a desolation As profound As that which hovers amount of Good. One of the i a her the 8pot a Bare ber 8prit left its tenement of Clay crouched Down among the boulders swept by the a i a 11 1 1 pitiless storm freezing All around her. As before remarked at two in the afternoon the party left the Glen House. Or. Rych one of the contractors of the mount Washington them part Way up the Moj Ridge Road accompanied 7 a and when they left Nely. On their arrival at persuaded to accept the them and however or. Been inclined to listen ing the utterance of a word Likely to offend dices of to maoists. Revival miscellanies ?., september 17, 18 itinerant Orrison a. Hollington Oliver Kennedy Alfred Tance to give practical expressions to her muscovite Wheeler n. B. C. Love Henry Kenyon Jason Wilcox tendencies. If the signs of the times do not greatly deceive the very hours of the existence of the papal system As a secular Power in Europe Are already numbered and even the period of its blighting and withering influx reminds me of the Mission Rev and George Moore. W 14 the address of the presiding Bishop a says the was characterized by great Force Beauty and appropriately Ami was listened to with an intense interest. We should be Happy to Lay it before our readers but it having been delivered extemporaneously it would become necessary to depend upon our recollection for the Beautiful language in which it was clothed and we would not incur the risk us the Brethren United states. It result tor the Western Christian advocate. A foot prints of an Intine Mission is looked to with intense interest by that Wesleyan whose connection has for half a Cen sustained a very serious annual diminution of Iti ence Over the minds and consciences of men is rapidly numerical strength by emigration drawing to a close. That the Pope Dom As a civil Power possesses one particle of inherent vitality or strength no Man believes All the world knows its set chiefly toward America movement Irish connection for the Extension of its evangel especially with reference to the Romish will you allow me a Little space in your paper of this week ? i wish to complain of one of your minister. The facts of the Case Are these. I had recently purchased two of the remarkable works of the Day a Tulloch on theism a prize a say a and Young on the Christ of history promising myself a Rich feast. But i had scarcely taken hold we could use would do his i larks Justice. A us try us bayonets to the terror of which alone is due beyond their own unaided abilities. 11 to. A. U1-1___.11 at. A a. Fee Rahaw a Kiek foil i f a /1a. Kaval a off a kill Raav troian to i him they were proceed in the ledge they refused comfortable lodgings or Bourne and daughter May to this cordial invitation the Resolute Lizzie refused utterly and was determined to Lodge upon the Summit and now the real struggle began. Up the party toiled enlivened with the burst of song from the dauntless Lizzie. The wind swept by in fearful gusts and with difficulty the ladies entangled with their dresses kept their footing. On on they went struggling amid the Clouds still cheerful though weary and worn. At length through the Clouds the Summit appears. With renewed to the Mountain Den among those Clouds which gather so thick around them. Once More Are they it rejoiced with a vision of the much wished for Summit and again Are they disappointed. But however others May Quail Lizzie knows nothing of fear. To return would be useless when the top was so nearly reached where a warm fire and a warmer reception air ared them. To return would be much More difficult the top must be reached. And thus with frequent renting they labor up and up among the rocks amid the gloom of the Clouds almost Energy the party labor on they reach it and Mountain towers above them still the top hid one of the finest and truest patriots within the limits i teen a and it of Washington l1ku met a i men thu be be had furnished himself with arms and ammunition sufficient to Arm the males of his household. These consisted of three sons and about Twenty five negroes. The female part of his House consisted of his wife one daughter Catherine about eighteen years of age the heroine of our tale and several slaves. In the second Story of his dwelling House immediately Over the front door was a Small room called a Garmory a in which the arms were deposited and always kept ready for immediate use. About the time we introduce our Story the neighbourhood of our Village was much annoyed by the nocturnal prowling and depredations of numerous tories. Afternoon in to it and hit Amily with the exception of his daughter Catherine and the old indisposed slave were attending services in the Village Church. Not a breath disturbed the serenity of the atmosphere not a sound profaned the sacred stillness of the Day the times were dangerous and Catherine herself remained in the House till the return of the family from Church. A rap was heard at the front door purely a said Catherine to the slave the family have not yet come Church can to be the rap was repeated. A i will see who it is a said Catherine As she ran up stairs into the armory. On opening the window and looking Down she saw six men standing Down at the front door and on the opposite Side of the Street three of whom she knew were tories who formerly resided in the Village their names were Van Zant Finley and Sheldon the other three were strangers but she had reason to believe them of the same political stamp from the company in which she found them. Van Zant was a notorious character and the number and enormity of his crimes had rendered his name infamous in the Vicinity. Not a murder or robbery was committed within Miles of that he did not get the credit of planning or executing. The Char Acter of Finley and Sheldon were also deeply stained with crime but Van Zant was a master spirit of iniquity. The appearance of such characters under such circumstances must have been truly alarming to Ady Young lady of Catherine Sage if not to any lady Young or old. Jut Catherine v possessed her fathers spirit a the spirit of the Van Zant was standing on the stoop rapping at the door while his companions were talking in a whisper on the opposite Side of the Way. A is judge v at Home a asked Van Zant when he saw Catherine at the window above. He is not a said she. A a we have business of pressing importance with him and if you will open the door a said Van Zant it will walk in till he no a said Catherine when he went to Church he left particular directions not to have the door opened tul he and his family returned. You had better Call when Church is no ill not a returned he a we will enter now or impossible a cried she you can not enter till he = a open the door a cried he a for we will break it Down and Burn you Aud the House up so saying be threw himself with All the Force he possessed against the door at the same time calling upon his companions to assist him. The door How Ever resisted their efforts. A do not attempt that again a said Catherine a for you Are a dead Man a at the same time presenting from the window a heavy horseman a pistol ready cocked at the sight of this formidable weapon the companions of Van Zant who had crossed the Street at his Call retreated. 7. A what a cried the Leader a you cowards Are you frightened at the threats of a girl a and again he threw himself violently against the door. The weapon was immediately discharged and Van Zant fell. The report was heard at the Church and males and females rushed out to ascertain the cause. On looking toward the residence of judge a they perceived five men running at full Speed to whom the judges negroes and several others gave Chase and from an upper window of his residence a handkerchief was waving As if beckoning for Aid. All rushed toward the place and upon their arrival Van Zant was in the agonies of death. He still retained strength enough to acknowledge that they had Long contemplated robbing the House and had frequently been concealed in the neighbourhood for that purpose but no Opportunity had offered till that Day when concealed in the Woods they saw the judge and his family going to Church. The body of the dead tory was taken and buried by the Sexton of the Church As he had no relatives in the Vicinity. After an absence of two hours or thereabouts the negroes returned having succeeded in capturing file one and the Edge v i ii ii Lien caught As Masuy As we wished stowing them Way in our pockets and bosoms and Slid Down into he open air. After closing the Entrance we walked x me Pei Cuiry elated with our Alveti Ture. Via of / f i site -1 . V.4� of t., v. A let us now make a rough calculation of the number of swallows that Clung to the Side of the tree. The place covered by the Birds was at least Twenty five feet in Hight and fifteen Framp to in breadth supposing tie tree to average Only five feet in diameter there would Hen be 375 Square feet of surface. Allowing each Bird o cover a space of three inches by one and a half inches which is More than the space judging from the manner in which they were packed and each Square foot would contain thirty two Birds. The number of wallows therefore that roasted in this single tree at once was nine thousand. Day after Day i watched this tree and about tin Middle of August not More than two or three Hundred wallows came thereto Roost. On the 18th of the same month there were Only a few scattering individuals and hese seemed hurrying southward. In september i entered the tree at night but not one was in it. I visited it again in february when the weather was perfectly cold and became perfectly satisfied that these swallows do not spend the Winter in Trees but that they Migrate southward on the approach of autumn. A a. ,. A a of. J. It i _ n c a % a 2? v Vav v it a on the following May i went to the old Sycamore Roe and found the swallows once More returning to their old haunt. After five years had passed i again visited this tree and saw the swallows still resorting of it. But the ancient tree at length yielded to the violence of a severe storm and came to the ground. What became of the swallows that so Tong frequented let i know not. Artificial eyes. The following scraps of information As to the employment of artificial eyes which we have acquired i 7 7- 7 ays the London medical times in watching the prac a thalamic Hospital May be Welcome to some of Ouri v we tsp Kov y v v .jkv2i Quot a ,7. -1 a i i. The Success in the deception As to appearance is most Complete. Several very pleasing cases have fallen under our notice in which a Glass Eye by hiding a loathsome deformity and restoring personal appearance became the Means of effecting a Complete revolution in the worldly prospects of the wearer. In order to Complete Success it is very desirable that the substitute Eye should move Well. This however is not essential As should the two eyes not move equally i he Only defect suggested to the casual observer is that of a slight squint. To secure the movements of the artificial Organ the natural Globe in its collapsed state should if possible be retained in order to serve As a stump. This stump or Cushion receives the attached Muscles and obeys their movements of course carrying with it the concave Glass Eye which has been fitted upon it. If the entire Globe be a diseased and its removal necessary the operation should be conducted on the modern plan namely by division of the Muscles close to their attachments nothing whatever excepting the Riobe itself being taken away. By this precaution the Muscles will bereft in their full length and becoming connected in the course of Healing with the mass of cellular tissue fat Etc., which remains in the orbit will constitute a Cushion possessed of a certain degree of mobility. Glass eyes will not Wear forever. Even with careful patients the artificial Eye generally requires to be renewed or at least it re enamelled once a year. It becomes coated at the Back by concretions from the tears and is then so irritating that its disuse becomes necessary. To obviate this inconvenience patients should always remove them at night and have them carefully washed they should also if convenient Lay them aside for a few Days whenever the Eye becomes irritated or a greater tendency to Deposit is observed than usual. Among the poor this liability to Oon Bigorne unbearable is a serious objection to their some surgeons have indeed almost ceased to Loht readers generally have Falle use. Returned having succeeded in capturing r Viniey of the strangers who were that night confined next morning at the Earnest solicitations do a. I soon became so absorbed a the Rev. Bishop alluded in the opening to the the blow semblance of reverence which fails to de heroic Effort by which poor Ireland raised �8,000 toward lose sight both of Tulloch and Young. The truth of elation of the fro Teet amp it Christian ministry to society chive even Pius in himself and that its ghostly Power i the sum of �20,000 required for the attainment of the i is i was fascinated by the narrative of the preacher i ble Force against the Recks. And now wet with the exhausted struggling against the wind whose Power was such As frequency to drive them with consider morning liberated on the Promise of amending their lives. It was in the month of october of the same year that Catherine v was sitting by an upper Back window in her fathers House knitting though autumn the weather was mild and the window was hoisted about three inches. About sixty or seventy feet from the rear of the House was a barn a huge old fashioned edifice with upper and lower folding doors and accidentally casting her eyes toward the barn she saw a Small door on a Range with the front door and window at which she was sitting open and a number of men enter. The occurrence of the summer immediately presented itself to her mind and the fact that her father and the other males of the family were at work in a Field at some distance from the House led her to suspect that that Opportunity had been improved by some of Van Zante a mends to plunder and revenge his death. Concealing herself behind the curtains she recommend them to their Hospital patients on this account reserving their employment for cases in which the sufferer appears More than usually intelligent and Likely to succeed in the management. Or. Gray of Goswell Street the maker of artificial eyes to the ophthalmic Hospital informed us in answer to in Quines on this head that he thought an artificial Eye night with Ordinary care be kept in a Good state at a Cost of about three dollars and fifty cents a year. This estimate of course applies Only to a pauper patient to whom Cost Price Only would be charged. The last letter. A. A a. It the following Brief but touching letter will be read with melancholy interest. It was written by colonel Shadforth of the English army at nine of clock on the night of the 17th of june and immediately before the attack upon the works of Sevastopol before Sevastopol june 17, 9 p. M. A a my own beloved wife and dearly beloved civil at one of clock to Morrow morning i head the of Dren. 57th to storm the Redan. It is As i feel an awfully perilous moment to me but i place myself in the hands of our gracious god without whose will a Sparrow can allot the ground. I place my whole Trust in him. Romance of my duty i fully of our Savior shed for sin a through him. Pardon and not f should i fall in the rely on the precious no i May have s unhappiness. Unto god i commend my body and soul which Are his and should it be his will that i fall in the performance of my duty in the defense of my Queen and country i most humbly say,4 thy will be god bless and protect you and my last prayer will be that he of his infinite goodness May preserve me to you. God Ever bless you my beloved Eliza and Ray Dearest children and if we meet not again in this world May we All meet in the mansion of our heavenly father through Jesus Christ god bless and protect y

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