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                                                                                                                                            N O R T H E R N C H R I S T I A N ADVOCATE.
                       POETRY.                                              sorrow* of earth, t o the j o y s of P a r a d i s e . S h e
                                                                            found lb* «|<«p«l of C b n o t to be t e a power of
                                                                                                                                                      of God i a such a light, t h a t it* great panorama m e r e view of thi* world, in whioh t h e present
                                                                                                                                                      of spiritual truth become* t o him a world of re­ and it* interest* are the whole of seen reality,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      cause they had been refined i n t h e furaao* of af.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      flictton.     Night winds descend not more gently,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       " B — a u w S M n o get any more cube, ihm."
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Just so it is with our City Council.                Year
                v ,k                                                       God unto salvation."                                                       ality, which eagroaee* a l l other realities, a n d afford* but a faint view of the wonderful privi.                                            and t h e worn out wind die* not more calmly after year they saddle upon us, under the license
                 f -        N*rth«m Chmum Adwc«u.
                                                                               fthrf> Hiked of death with great composure, and                        covers the whole cotiipassof human interest* in lege of calling upon t h e world to " B e h o l d t h e                                         than did this aged, meek and lowly christian de- law, a host of destructive agents, in the shape of
           THE MINISTER A SOLDIER.                                         chuoa a text, Isaiah 4 9 : l 3 T h u t clause, for h e r                  Hie world"without etuT S u c h - a n one pa;                            i a m b o f G o d , " and uf training u p believers for                  soond mfo tire valley a n d shadow of d e a t h T ^ groggeries, for t h e purpose ot rawing revenue w
                A B M B M S D TO » * T . WDSOS QS*OSM|                     funeral sermon. S h e also selected the hymns t o                          respect t o human opinion, and his place in t h e the ever-glorious paradise of the redeemed.                                                   H e r meek spirit broke a w a y from i t s imprison, pay off city officers, die.
                                                                           bo s o n g on that occasion. £ he was ready " w hen                        estimation of hi* fellow men, but bis heart is set                          And when one sinner is converted, through hi*                       ment, and went to be forever with t h e L o r d . —
                       IT   SET. N T I ftUVTISON.
                                                                           the S o n of man c a m e , " and with Iter passport for                    upon what mu*t be infinitely more important.— instrumentality, t h e Christian minister, a s h e                                                A s Else followed her remain* t o their quiot rest-              T H E M O R A L S O F B O S T O N . — T h r e e new Then-
        If thon would'* bt a soldier, seek sot eaM,
                                                                           heaven, all signed and sealed, site h a d only t o                         T h e light of eternity •bine* upon t h e souls of apprehends, in the light of eternity, the immense                                   place, many a sigh was breathed for her tret, it is said, a r e soon to be opened in thai city ;
        God tends thee forth, Him only seek to please i
                                                                           step into the chariot, and soon arrived at her per.                        those to whom he ministers, and his own fame importance of this change, and see* how it t r a n s ,                                             woe*, and more t h a n one heart vowed to protect but we a r e glad to learn that the friends of vir-
        Oa warbling hints aad vwioaary flowers
                                                                           m a n e n t home.                                                          is of minor importance. H e see* t h eflock*ur- f e r s a n immortal, rational soul, from the kingdom                                           her. But to a c h a r a c t e r like hers, independence tue have anticipated this movement of the prince
        Gase not, IwilJ weafcee all thy powers.
                                                                               C a n c e r and consumption united, brought her                        rounded with enemies to be subdued with divine of S a t a n to that of the ever-blessed God, hi* soul                                           was the best c h a r i t y .  Hei c h a r a c t e r wa» form­ of darkness. Five remonstrances, signed by
        False ars the pleasures tin attd sense impart,                     down t o t h e gates of death. F o r month* s h e                          claims, for their treatment of which, they a r e cannot but experience joy* that c a n find n o ad­                                             ed by the discipline of circumstances—the surest large numbers of the citizens, have been presen.,. J
        A moment they beguils, then sling the b e a n ;                    was in the furnace of atHiction, and in the midst                          answerable at the judgment seat. H e longs to equate expression here in the body. T h e thought
                                                                                                                                                                                                          H                                                                                           of all discipline. H e r friends furnished her with ted to the Mayor and Aldermen, asking either
        The fweetest joys by mortals ever known,                           of these afflictions, she gave up h e r five children                      get truth vividly before the people, that they may of being identified forever with the transform*.                                             sewing, but were always sure to pay her more that no license shall be granted, or if granted, n o
        Prom self-denial, tears, sad toils, have grown7.                   ( a mother'* last tie) t o t h e Lord, a n d now s h e                     know every peril to be escaped, every privilege i tion of a n heir of immortality, is m a t t e r for t h e                                     t h a n h e r price, and t h e old ladies knit their intoxicating liquors should be sold within t h e
                                                                           "rests from her lal*>r*."               A . ADA**-.                        to be unproved, and every claim t o be respected, highest prais                                                                                 brightest y a r n into stockings for the little ones. walls—no separate entrance allowed to tho third
       Whoever wios the prizt with maityr'd Paul,
                                                                              Pulaski, Sepi. -21,1846.                                                that in this knowledge they m a y work out their                           Andex>, while the servant of the cross spends                        Else labored day after day, with a courageous row—no boys and girls admitted unattended b y
       Must deem the world bat dross, ami Christ his all;
                                                                                                                                                      salvation with fear and trembling. W i t h these his life in study, and toil, a n d prayer, for t h e                                           heart, and serene countenance, and devoted t h e their parents or guardians, nor should any wo.
       Most toit and suffer with a patient mind.                             E L S A N O B F A R B L S H died in the town of Mentz,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 man, adult or young, be admitted unattended.
                                                                         I i o a loifi                «t-         . c .                              great interests before him a s definite realities, the prosperity of the kingdom of the Redeemer, and                                            fruit of all her .toils to h e r brother's children.
       Though foe* increase, and friends become unkind.                                                                           f l l
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    It r e m a i n ! to be seen whether these remoxwtran-
                                                                        Juiy.^tJ, ltMO, i n t h e s e v e n t y f l n * y e a r of her             , p r e a c b e r p r e f , a r e i hi* sermons for the h e a r t a n m h a t last dtee a t hi* post, if Ml t h e ^rhife h e mr*                      -^-T-tmete a worker of s t r a n g e c h a n g e s . " —
          Some gaily flatter, others proudly scorn,                 - ■ -»ge—               ...                      .__                                                     «f hoinga whose accountability con- i been using that faith which brings unseen things                                                                                                 ces will be heeded ;—warm hope*are entertuin.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      T h e r e is in the mind .of youth a ray ofho|>e that «ad *W»» 4»n*»K a*/ill ivA t U a f.>At                         __
          One proves an snodyiie, and one a thorn;                          T h i s d e p a r t e d sister w a s horn in Columbia Co.,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      n
                                                                                                                                                     cerns both the joys and woes of eternity. H e ] to view, and makes them the highest class of re.                                                 peers within the sober c h a m b e r s of the soul, and
         Bui if smooth flattery thy head inflame,                        N. Y., and more than 3 8 years ago, under the                               wishes to appear in the pulpit to look upon his j alities, with nil hi* discouragements and disap.                                               gradually expands ; a new W i n g and a new life
         Or if it droop when fools shall utter blame;                   labors of the indefatigable Wm. Swasy, was con-                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                STATISTICS O F T H B PKKSBYTEKIA* CHURCH.
                                                                                                                                                     audience, not as his supporters and admirers, but | pointments, he has h a d a current of heavenly                                               is unfolded to them, and the afflictions of the past
                                                                         verted t o God, and received into the bosom of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             (O. S . ) — T h e r e a r e in connexion with t h e ' G e n .
         Desert, my hrother, flee the mighty strife,                                                                                                 a* a c h a r g e from G o d — a c h a r g e of souls, which ' bliss flowing on in hi* soul, unaffected by t h e                                  float over the mind in a pleasing melancholy,
                                                                        the M. E . C h u r c h , where her identity and rideli.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     eral Assembly, Synods, 2'Z : Presbyteries, 116 ;
          Thou canst not bear a soldier's dangerous life:                                                                                            he must seek to save by t h e ministrations of , tides and winds of present sufferings,                                                          mingling with the j o y s and sorrows of the pres-
                                                                        ty were faithfully preserved until she stepped into                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Ministers, 1 6 4 3 ; Licentiates, 218 ; Candidate*
         " I am a youth," thou sayesi; well, be ii so,                                                                                               leaching, warning, exhortation and consolation.                             Let it be the study, then, of every minister of                      ent. T i m e had made this change in Else. S h e
                                                                         the tomb. T h e mournful circumstances which                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               for t h e Ministry. 33y : Churches, 2474 ; Mem.
         Forget thyself, but Gideon, bend thy bow.                                                                                                   Disclaiming self-seeking a n d worldly ambition, { Chi i s t . i o obtain and use, with increasing facili-                                       had become reconciled to the will of Him who is
                                                                         led to her sudden exit were these : Oir Monday, a t                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        bers admitted during the year on examination,
                                                                                                                                                     he addresses himself t o his great work with a i ty, this vision of the spiritual world; then this                                               the orphan's father and guide—to Him, who, in
          The pointed shaft shall pierce the man of sin,                 5 o'clock, while at the tea table, with her hus.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           7 7 6 6 ; Members admitted during the year on
                                                                                                                                                    single eye, and he does so because h e has that present world, with all its claims and interests,                                                 his loving kindness a n d mercy, in h i s all wise
         God is thy helper, thou art sure to win;                        band and grandson, she w a s violently attacked                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            certificate, 5 6 9 9 ; total of communicants, 174.
                                                                                                                                                     inward illumination, which affords him a don- will have its true, subordinate place, and he shall                                                dispensations, " t e m p e r s t h e wind t o t h e shorn
          That stripling copy, who with sling and stone,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            020 ; adults baptized, 3033 ; children baptized,
                                                                         with vomiting, attended with spasmodic affection,                           nit* view of eternal thing*.                                             walk b y the power of faith, in t h e midst of the                      l a m b . " H e r grief was assuaged, t h e gushing
         Subdued Ph^isua, made herchampion groan.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   0630 ; moneys contributed for religious pu rposea,
                                                                        a* were also the other members of the family, and                                                                                                    scenes revealed i n the book of God.                                     fountains of sorrow had retired to their deepest
                                                                                                                                                                      MEEDS I T T O P R E V E N T S L O T H .                                                                                                                                                       $254,514.
'       Bund fast, my brother, face thy vannting foes,                  all at the same time, which produced a n alarm in                                                                                                                                                                             cells, and the light of peace and joy beamed once
                                                                                                                                                         T h e ambassador of C h r i s t h a s a dangerous                                                          HENKY HICKOK.
        God is thy shield—deal out the deadly blows;                    the neighborhood, and upon examination it was                                                                                                        Brockport, Au». 27, 1816.                                                more upon her countenance.
                                                                                                                                                  exposure, when solicited by a n indolent n a t u r e                                                                                                                                                                 T H E S U B J E C T O F POLYGAMY produced a g r e a t
        Attack the enemy in camp or hold,                               found that the largest kind of spider had been in.
                                                                                                                                                  to indulge himself in needless ease, and earthly                                                                                                    W h a t was t h e cause of this c h a n g e ! W h y , excitement at the recent meeting of the American
                                                                       troduced into the tea kettle and boiled in the water
        Spare not the soft, the timid or the bold.
        A moment well improved, a crown is w o o -                     which they were then using for tea. Medical aid                            enjoyments.               T h e r e a r e many temptation* t o
                                                                                                                                                  superficial study, and indolence of spirit, in t h e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                LADIES' DEPARTMENT.                                              Henry Clark had mingled with his sympathy for Board of Commissioners, and materially disturbed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 her .sorrows, the fond love of his h e a r t .            H e had the harmony of the assembly just before its dis­
        That moment squandered—Osbora is undone.                       was soon called, and the lives of the husband and                                                                                                                                                 ■ ' " V . - . i i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                offered to s h a r e with her his fortune, and for her solution.                             But it resulted from a misapprehension
                                                                       grandson saved ; but the mother was doomed to en*                          Christian ministry. And to him whose vision is                                          For the Northern Christian Advocate.
                                                                                                                                                  only worldly, the truths of the Bible are of slight                                                                                           sake, t o cherish t h e more than orphan children in regard t o t h e admission of polygamists by
                          For the Northern Christian Adrneate.         ter upon h e r journey to the bar of God, which                                                                                                                        A Story of Real Life.                             whose fate was united with her own.                                      missionaries, into the churches. An old m a n
  TIM SHALT SEE CU1TEB THINGS T1AH THESE. took place in thirty hours. H e r sufferings w e r e                                                    i m p o r t a n c e ; a n d t h e supp'ying of the people                                            [Concluded.]
                                                                                                                                                  with gospel aliment, may consist simply --- fur I Anna went among their more wealthy neigh-                                                         It was a beautiful evening in summer, that seventy years of age, of the Choctaw nation,
                                                                                                                  of which she bore               ^ . . . . 6 _.. r — ^....—--, ...-J - - - - -         _—rv in --•                                                                             H e n r y and Else stood a t t h e hymenial altar. was admitted some twenty years ago o r more,
     "And dost thou now believe, because I tell thee                   with marked Christian fortitude and patience.                              n i x i n g c r u o V t h d . g w l . b l e dcclamaUon, and that I b o n t o o b t a i n ^ H e f lor the guflVreis. She called                T h e covenant ofhearts was foreveTsealed by Rev.
         I saw thee there beneath those shadowy trees,                      F o r t h e last three y e a r * of the life of our de.                within a small beaten circle, where no severe men. ; o n M n | B i n a t n $ a U d y f o r w h o m 6 n e h a d a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Mr. Harding. T h o s e who had relieved her necessi­ dead. T h e Board, i n common with all Chris-
     W h e n thou didst think no mortal eye beheld theel               parted sister, God was pleased to afford her the                            tal effort is demanded. Such a n one must re j fect d r e a d > o n a c c o u n t o f n e r haughty and dis.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ties in the time of her sorrows, were the chosen tians, have but one sentiment respecting i t s un­
                                                                       comforting and *oul.cheering evidence of perfect                            main a comparatively weak instrument i n the j U | U m a n D e r 8 f ^ t 8 n e k n e w „ h e w a s r i c h j a n d
        A h ! thou shall see far greater things than these;                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     friends to witness the sacred scene. T h e i r home lawfulness.—Baptist                                        Register.
                                                                        l o v e ; by which, amidst the trials that s h e e n .                    g r e a t contest between light and darkness—truth had ample means t o relieve them. Her house
     If with my little band tbou followest me,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  was a pleasant, neat looking farm house n e a r the
                                                                        dured,'with the presentiments of her approaching                          and e r r o r .        His own mind is left t o famish ; and was filled with visitor* from the city. T h e y all                                                                                                            D I P V O C E S H I N G L E S IX Qiu—Mr.                 B. Nasort,
        Wonders on wonders thou shall surely see.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               village. It was the mansion of peace, of piety,
                                                                                                                                                  t h e people, instead of being called up to higher listened t o t h e thrilling tale of suffering related
     ? T h « . minA* ■! w y i w m m t B . 1 , i h n n « h » » h*htM
                                                                       end, she w a s ready for the pale horse a n d his                                                                                                                                                                        and of love. H e n r y a n d Else both loved t h e of this town, showed us the other day a few pine
                                                                                                                                                   and richer view* of divine things, will be left to by Anna. T h e y praised the amiable a n d s a c r i .
                                                                       -rider;—She was the mother of six children, five.                                                                                                                                                                        blessed Savior. And together, the Sabbath after shingles which h e took off the edge of the roof
        Sink into silence, and a calmness sleeping                                                                                                t h e dwarhshnes* and Instability consequent upon Being Else, and pitied the poor old lady and chil-
                                                                       of whom had preceded her t o t h e spirit world;                                                                                                                                                                         their marrjage, they consecrated themselves t o of his house—while making somo alteration'**
   - Upon the wave, that high with madness rolled,                                                                                                a want of industry in the minister. B u t not so dren. Mrs. Bingham began t o excuse herself on
                                                                       one only remains to comfort the afflicted husband,                                                                                                                                                                       his service forever, and gathered with the com­ T h e s e shingles had been on the house over twenty-
        W h i le tempests wild upon its breast were sweeping. and mingle with him her prayers and sympathy,                                       with him who habitually looks into eternity, a n d account of company, in a few d a y s she should be
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                m u n i c a n t s round the table of the Lord, to com- seven years, und a r e now a s sound a s when first
    Winds, waves—at once are boshed at any command;                                                                                               comprehends, at least in p a r t , t h e immense val- more a t leisure, and then she would g o and s e e
                                                                       until on the hill c T l h e living God they all shout                                                                                                                                                                   memorale his d y i n g love.               T h e y ^ w e r e active put on. W h a t is t b e cause of this wonderful
         Earth, earth and heaven Ire SUftJect m my b a n d : —                                                                                    n« nf nniiriuHftratftd t r u t h , and sees that a life of ihfiOL—Oh aunt, said Agnes Clark, fone of t h e
                                                                       their safety lorever, Which lliav Hie Luid g i a u t ,                                                                                                                                                                  and useful nvwnl^rw nf th^ r h n r c h . »nH o n n t i n u ^ preservation, in this instance, while in other cases
                                                                                                                                                  c o n s t a n t labor c a n be no more t h a n sufficient t o visitors) I a m aure you c a n send them something
     "Nor only shalt thon see the tempest's strife                     for Christ's sake.                          W. W. WHITE.
                                                                                                                                                  bring out the treasures' of spiritual doctrine, and now, they a r e so n e e d y — I will g o with A n n a and                               unwearied in t h e performance of their sacred Mingles na.VG SO often rolled U milch i h five o r
        Sin* intb'dalnmess when I speak the w o r d ; — - — -              MeniT, i>l. 1846.
                                                                                                                                                  prepare t h e m i b r t h e reception ^ f ^ h e people.— ^ a r r y whatever you will s e n d . — M r s . B i n |                             duties. T o g e t h e r their hearts could melt a n d eight y e a r s a s t o m a k e it necessary to re-*hingle
     The dead—the dead shall wsken into life,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ere h a i n r y r ^ ^ ^ Q o f - 2 = ^ T J b e ^ ! M * e J a J h i a . : when these *hln
                                                                            P H B B E J A N S died S e p t . 13th, a n d E M X A J A N K          A preacher, with such a scene before him a* fiiledja basket with provisions, and the company
        The grave shall listen when my voice is heard,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   gles were put on, they were simply dipped in hot
     And h m i n nlisll simrrr, when I pray timid
                                                                       on t h e 20th, twins, only surviving children of                           true faith opens up t o his soul, must feel kindling contributed a nice little sum for Else t o lay o u t E v e r y little circumstance that caused E l s e t o oil. It will be well for carpenters t o note this
                                                                       P h . W i l . » . W h U h n n t , mUn Ai~A M a y fi&th                                                                                                                                                                   revert to the sorrows a n d gloom of d a y s gone
                                                                                                                                                   within him a n irrepressible ardor to. know mom fui necessaries.
        T h e Father's Voice shall echo thro' the cloud.
                                                                       T h u s early is the father, Nelson Whitbeck, bereft
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                by, wrvefl but t o make h e r present happiness fnrt.ww-Maine, Cultivator,
                                                                                                                                                  and more of God and his religion, in his heart,                             Come, brother H e n r y , said A g n e s , you m u s t
     "And thon shalt see me conqueror o'er the grave,                  of a n affectionate wife a n d four lovely babes.—                                                                                                                                                                       more precious. It w a s enjoyed with a deep and
                                                                                                                                                  a n d i n his mind, that he may b e thoroughly fur­ c a r r y the basket.                                                                                                                                                   A N O T H E R B A T T L E AT N A C V O O . — A n o t h e r b a t .
        Breaking its iron grasp with mighty power,                      May b e adopt the language of pious Job, " T h e                                                                                                                                                                        holy feeling of trust a n d gratitude t o t h a t A | . tie has been fought a t Nauvoo. T h e Mormons
                                                                                                                                                  nished for the work of bringing out habitually                              T h e snow was falling fast, but t h e y passed mighty P o w e r who had seen fit t o perfect heF
     Opening a way through Jordan's stormy wave, .                      L o r d g**ve\ a n d the Lord h a t h t a k e n away—bles­                the rubies of truth, that deathless spirits may be quickly on (o the home of t h e sufferers.                                                                                                                          were again victorious, the Anlies being compell.
        Where thou mayestfollow in thy latest hour;                    sed be the j i a m e o f the L o r d . "                                                                                                                                                                     Henry       earthly Happiness. T h e divine influence of the ed to r e t r e a t . T h e Nauvooites built breastwork!
                                                                                                                                                  enriched for immortality.                    And when a servant was about knocking a t the door, when a voice of
    atad when these feaiful bands of death are riven,                                                               W . H . BAILEY.                                                                                                                                                             holy spirit was upon their souls—and by it, they for their defence, which they mounted with six
                                                                                                                                                  of Christ labors in his study, i n the pulpit, and melody and sweetness struck h i s e a r . It was
        T h o n shalt behold me as thy Judgt in Heaven."                   Waterloo, Sept. 34,1846.                                                                                                                                                                                            strove t o regulate the affections, and control t h e pieces of c a n n o n . T h e Anties seemed quite sat­
                                                                                                                                                  a m o n g the people, with this g r e a t spiritual world Else singing that beautiful hymn, <I would n o t
                                                               M.A.P.                                                                                                                                                                                                                          passions, and i t s purifying aid produced peace isfied with their present disgrace, and after hav­
                                                                                                                                                  full in sight, his iter v i c e s ' m u s t be-a-blessing to live always.' T h e y approached t h e window with.
  - De Peywer, W. Y.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           a n d happiness. And while they pass through ing thrown t w o shots into the N a u v o o c a m p ,
                                                                                           OBIGIN^J^                                              thfc hr»mu>hp}d of faith, for they will not be with out noise, and beheld E l s e sitting i n the cradle.
                                                                                                                                                  coldness and languor, but with holy earnestness sewing, t h e little one was by her side, and with
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               t h e fltnrma mid conflicts of life, t h e y posses* a solicited a parley. Thi* t h e Nauvooites r»fu*ed

          BIOGBAPHnJXTT                                                                         For the Northern Christian Advocate,              a n d concern.                                                         iis little dimpled hands was smoothing lier hair,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               heaven within themselves.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         them, r e t u r n i n g for answer that they had done
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         talking. T h e action then began on both sides
         A u t a u . M A L I S A A , daughter of Benajah M . a a d -
                                                                                                         SPIRITUALITY.                                                 P R E V E K T S WORLDLIKESS.                      a n d kissing her cheeks, down which t h e tears
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         with—desperation. T n e firing of Artillery soon
                                                                                                                                                        T h e c a r e o f worldly goods h a s entangled m a n y were running again and again ; a n d seemed try­
   A h n i r a M. House, died of quick consumption, in
   S t a l e r , Otsego C o , N . Y., A o g . 8 3 , in t h e 18th
                                                                                 THK a n m s f B S ' l DEFBKDEXCB UPON A S P U U T T A L
                                                                                                                 VISION.                          a successful minister of t h e t r u t h . While he ing by a thousand winning w a y s to divert her from                                                 MISCELLANEOUS                                                 closed, and t h e battle was changed t o musketry.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Anderson, the brave leader of the Nauvoo S p a r - .
                                                                                  " T h a t which a man see* t o be t h e highest class           s o u g h t t o divide his attention between hi* holy her sorrow*. T h e listeners felt awed and humbled                                                                                                               tans, and his son, fell fighting, both being s h o t ;
   y e a r of her a g e .
        Sister H o u s e experienced religion sometime
                                                                                 of the real, will h a v e the chief influence in t h e calling and the making of property, it h a s be­ by every word t h a t ' floated on t h e rich tones of                                                             The Ckildrea of Missionaries.                                t w o others of t h e Nauvoo party were kiled, and
                                                                                 shaping of his c h a r a c t e r , in t h e direction of hi* come evident that the other world ha* faded a w a y her voice. T h e y stood riveted t o t h e spot,                                                   T h e disposition of these children was a -eub*- several were wounded. Among the anties s i s
   in t h e winter of 1842, and soon after united with
                                                                                 life, a n d i n his choice of motives for t h e govern­ in obscurity, and has, with i t s realities, with­ scarcely daring t o breathe lest they should break j e c t that called for much remark i n t h e late are reported a s wounded, Captain Smith, it i s
   t h e M . E . C h u r c h , i n which relation ahe contin­
                                                                                  m e n t of n i s heaxL and will. T o t h e n a t u r a l d r a w n also it* exalted incentives and sanctions, the c h a r m , until the music ceased. How lovely                                             meeting of the American Board of Commissioners thought, mortally. Another battle is hourly ex­
   ued, until h e r spirit was, doubtless, transmitted
                                                                                  man, the business, pleasures, a n d motives of this and left-its former votary to"the realities of e a r t h she is, exclaimed H e n r y Clark, a s h e stepped                                              for Foreign Missions. T h e establishment of a pected. G r e a t distress exists a t N a u v o o . —
   t o t h e c h u r c h triumphant. S h e w a s first at­
                                                                                  world a r e realities, a n d t h e highest realities only. While a herald of t h e skies subordinates gently back, and knocked a t the door*                                                                 g r e a t institution for bringing them up and edu­ T h e r e is a grievous scarcity of provisions. A m .
    t a c k e d with a profuse hemorrhage of t h e lungs,
                                                                                  k n o w n . H e may have some mental conception t h e sacred agency committed t o him t o the in­                                           Else opened it, and welcomed them. H e r face                    c a t i n g them all together, had been proposed, but munition is also scarce.
   from which, however, she was soon relieved by
                                                                                  of spiritual things, but h e c a n n o t see them ; they ferior work of world-getting, t h e fact is certain, was pale a n d c a r e - w o r n . ' O h ! how kind you it was utterly rejected, a s w a s proper it should
    medical application. B u t a s experience subse­
   quently proved, the disease w a s only c h a n g e d i n
    its form of termination, nut i a m o v e d , for i m m e t '
   diately a h a r d , husky cough set in, a n d contin­
                                                                                  a r e a o t t o him of the c h a r a c t e r of positive r e - that, though he may sjfiU believe in Bible d o c a r e , said she, and t e a r s of joy and gratitude r a n
                                                                                       T n e all-wise Author of the gospel,
                                                                                                                                                   trine, yet h i s j a i t h j e ^ n o t s u c h a s pictures t o his down her cheeks, for this seasonable relief.
                                                                                                                                                 ■l^ftil Hiatinrllythft things of G o d — t h e judgment
                                                                                                                                                   d a y — h e a v e n and hell. But be that walks in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                l>e, and the course heretofore adopted of distrib­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               uting them a m o n g benevolent, s y m p a t h i z i n g
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              I am glad to see you, Anna, satd~the pious old friends, w a s left undisturbed: Beverahof the I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         lady^as she g a v e her some of the good things returned missionaries spoke on the subject, a n d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ^^^E^E NUKTUEKW OHBJSTtAJr~
    ued without abatement, until the vital spark was                                                                                               light of Bible certainty, and m a r k s with what from the'basket. T h a t young lady and gentle, this was t h e way i n which they wished their chil­                                                                                              ADVOCATE               OFFICE        having

    e x t i n g o i s h e d r D u r i n g h e r term o f suffering,                                                                      of" his
                                                                                                                                                   quickened steps h e passes on with his congrega­ m a n brought you this, said A n n a . T h e Lord dren treated. T h e new method ptoposed w a s                                                                                                   been recently furnished with
   (which w a s continued but about 8 weeks,) I was                                                                         to knowledge; a n d
                                                                                                                                                   tion t o the future s t a t e , will n o t degrade his com- will reward you, my y o u n g friends, said she, I feel                          not a t all agreeable t o them. T h e y did n o t                                                     a large variety o f plain a n d .
   frequently present, t o p r a y a n d converse with such a s would make, them a s real t o him a s t h e mission by bringing i t into familiar contact with that H e will r e w a r d all who compassionate a n d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                wish their children brought dp by themselves,                                                    5 5 fancy J O B T T F E , is n o w pre­
   ber, when I uniformly found her both patient a n d t r u t h s and facts of the present life. Hence one                                         the- speculations and heat of Mammon. T h e relieve u s . I do not complain, but my bones and- separated from t h e intercourse a n d sym­ p a r e d - t o e x e c u t e a l l k i n d s o f
   resigned. S h e expressed g r e a t willingness t o                            essential principle of the religion o f the gospel
                                                                                                                                                   s e r v a n t of the cross, it is true, may have earth have started through t h e skin, and I suffer; but pathies of t h e domestic circle, but they desired
   die, a n d a conscious preparation for h e a v e n . — is that of faith—a living principle t o b e fixed in "ly goods, for himself and his, yet they are not to j there is good even in t h e b i t t e r e s t - x u p , - ! k n o w
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                them to enjoy the, privileges of tbe family, and
 , O n the m o r n i n g o f the Sabbath, about 2 hours the r e g e n e r a t e heart, t o constitute a new vision .be suffered'fo spread themselves o a t so far, and i that my Redeemer liveth, that there is a house
                                                                                 for t h e soul. T h e spiritual sight t h u s afforded                                                                                                                                                         to mingle with them around t h e family altar. w i t h t a s t e a n d a c c u r a c y , a n d u p o n t e r m s t h a t
   before she took her final leave, I called t o see                                                                                               r e a c h upward so high, i n importance, as to shut j not made with-hands for me in heaven. T h e vi.
                                                                                  by a n evangelical faith, wait intended to embrace                                                                                                                                                             It was believed there would a l w a y s b e hearts c a n n o t fail t o p l e a s e — a s l o w a s p o w e r - p r e s s
    b e r . I t w a s then quite apparent that d e a t h was                                                                                       out the views of eternity, and thus become some- ! cissitudesofmy life .have taught me, there is n o t b . benevolent a n d large enough in various places,
    present t o clothe Uei with hi* loadon livery, and t h e world of revelation, and t o bring it into a s thing other than secondary t h i n g s . Paul- h a s ■ ing true but heaven.                                                                                                                                                                                  prices.
                                                                                  clear and definite view, a s the world apprehend                                                                                                                                                               to welcome to their habitations all the children
    it w a s equally manifest, t h a t t h e a n g e l of t h e                                                                                    said that w no man that warreth, entangleth h i m . |                      H e n r y a n d Agnes gazed upon t h e sufferers                   that would be sent home by the missionaries—and Boub, liiii^kl,                                 CaUlyuma, Ciiiuks, Cails, Hand Bilk, a t .
    c o v e n a n t w a s also in attendance, t o comfort and ed by the natural, vision.                                     _.        .
                                                                                                                                                   seTT with the affairs of I m ^ t i f o ^ a l f B r t h a t , l o r j with ^ r o e sympathy, for there i » something i n t h e return of t h e i r childrerr was cordially invited,                                                         Executed a t short n o t i c e .
    convey h e r sale to the better land.                                                  'ha Phrialinn mnltPfl much of the fact, that
                                                                                                                                                   the reason, that the Christian soldier cannot fight , real and deep sorrow, which goes straight to the with the assurance t h a t they would be kindly
    casioa, she exhibited more strength of lungs, and                              his c h a n g e of nature gave him power of spirit,
                                                                                                                                                   successfully when worldliness h a s interposed a veil feelings of youth. T h e y h a d learned more of provided for. T h i s matter, which h a s occasion­                                                                     ADVERTISEMENTS.
    vigor of mind, than on t h e e v e n i n g previous. ual seeing, by which b e may apprehend the val­                                            between his soul and the awful truths of the world life's state, from this scene, than they could have ed so much remark a t different maetings, is now                                                                                      ELECTION N O T I C E
    H e r feelings too, w e r e unusually a n i m a t e d . — u e a n d c e r t a i n t y of eternal t h i n g s . By faith i n                     t o come.                                                             acquired from volumes. H o w such a spectacle settled. W e trust i t is also settled with o u r                                                   A general deciioo is to be held ia the County of Cay­
    W h i l e s i n g i n g a few verses, s h e said with emo­ J e s u s Christ—in his blood, and i n his word—                                                                                                           of woe brings down all our vanity and little re- Board, for t h e poor missionaries undergo suffi­ uga, on the Tuesday, succeeding the first Monday of
                                                                                                                                                                        scrrroaTS H I X I N T B I A X S .                                                                                                                                                                November next, at which will bi chosen the officers
    tion, M I a m h a p p y ! " . W i t h i n less t h a n 2 h o u r s a new world is opened to t h e believer, so t h a t now                                                                                            p i n i n g s ; it shows u s what c a n be endured.—                   ciently in their feelings, i n being compelled t o mcoiioaed in the notice from the Secretary of State, of
    from the time she g a v e u t t e r a n c e t o this s e n s e , he sees too worlds, the one sensible and temporal,                                   T h i s power of spiritual sight must be impor­ T h e y left the scene with impressions never to b e
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                p a r t with their dear little ones, without 1 meeting a which a copy is annexed.
    tion of heavenly joy. she c h a n g e d h e r society the other spiritual and eternal. T h efirst,c o n - t a n t t o the minister of t h e word, because, also, effaced. T h e y felt further purified from t h e                                                                                                                                                                                            A. PETTIBONE, Sheriff
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 frown from those t o whom they a r e committed
    a n d r e s i ^ a n c e on earth, t o mingle with t h e p u r e c e r n i n g him, indeed, but only i n a temporary, of "Che m a n y discouragements which h e finds i n dross of human frailty, a n d that true religion in                                                                                                                                                                 STATE OP NEW-YORK, SKCRBTIRT'S \
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 to provide them homes. W e a r e now persuaded                                                       OrriCE, ALBAXV, July, 34,1846. J
    and bsesT forever, in h e r home above.                           A m o n g subordinate s e n s e ; the other, pressing upon him his work, and which he c a n n o t effectually neu­ t h e time of affliction, was a balm for both body
                                                                                  claims a n d concerns which a r e vast a n d price­                                                                                                                                                            iq, regard t o them, that ample provision could To the Sheriff of the County of Cayuga :
    others, she greets a sainted sister, who passed                                                                                                 tralize without a capability of extending his vis­ and soul: that t h e sun of Righteousness,- wit6~                                                                                                                     SIR—Notice is hereby given, that at the next- General
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 be readily found in the numerous families con*
     a w a y i n April of ' 4 4 ; a n d a n i n t i m a t e a n d dear less. T h e faith required o f t h e Christian is of                         ion into the world, where t h e enigmas of proba­ healing in his beams, chases a w a y t h e gloom'                                                                                                                   Ejection, to be held on theTuesday.sDcceeding'lbe Oral
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 nected with our Zion, if their numbers w e r e doub­ Monday of November next, ike following officers are te
    cousin, w h o w a s i n a d v a n c e of her but 12 months twofold design. I t must be such a s will appro,                                     tion a r e made clear, a n d the problems of provi­ which surrounds the sorrowing, and raises their
                                                                                   p r i a t e Christ t o the soul for its peace a n d puri­                                                                                                                                                     led.— Bap.          Register.                                            be elected, to wit:
' a n d six d a y s . ' However much the relatives and                                                                                              dence a r e solved.                                                   souls t o holy breathings after God and heaven.
                                                                                   ty, and such, also, a s will open up the world of                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          A Governor and Lieutenant Governor of this State.
    friends m a y feel t o grieve over their bereave­                                                                                                      T h i s spiritual view o f t h e c o m i n z world is the
    m e n t , t h e y s h a r e the unspeakable consolation" of spiritual things, and give to his soul a real, though
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Do you wonder, reader, that H e n r y Clark felt
                                                                                                                                                    chief support of t b e minister, w h e n afflicted more than a common interest i n the gentle a n d
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Touching Incident.                                      Two Canal Commissioners, to supply the place*, of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Joaas Earll, junior, and Stephen Clark, whose terms of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      I t w a s b u t yesterday that a friend, a young service will expire on the last day of December aext.
    confidently concluding that now their loved o n e inward sight,''of Bible certainties. A n d while                                                                                                                                  _
                                                                                                                                                    with the. backsliding a n d stupidity of m a n y for dutiful E l s e ? It was even s o ! H e beheld h e r
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              A Senator for the Seventh Senatorial District, to sop-
                                                                                   the C h r i s t i a n possesses this spiritual vision, which                                                                                                                                                   gentleman of fine intellect, of a noble heart, and
                                                                                                                                                    whose souls he labors. T h e r e are seasons in the \ wlth'those high and exquisite ^ m o t i o n s that a n                                                                                                          ply tbe vacancy which will accroe by the expiraiion of
                   " Far from a world of zrief and sin,
                                                                                   embraces the awful facts of human responsibili­                  history of all ministers, when the fruits of their evening sky, radient with light a n d beauty, ohejvell known t o many of our readers, was sud­ the term of service of John Porter, on "the last day of
                   With Qod eternally ahnt is."                                    ty, and the j o y s and woes of the two states of                work appear n o t ; when they preach a n d pray, a w a k e n s in the soul o f feeling. W h i l e h e re- denly snatched by the h a n d of death from all the December next.
                                                                                  t h e eternal world, h e c a n n o t but set the spiritual        with Zion desolate about them, and when t h e mained at Mrs. Bingham's, thev were supplied with                                               endearments of life. Surrounded by e v e r y thing                          A Representative in the 30th Congress of the United
                                                   A. E . D A N I B U .
                                                                                   world,far above the temporal, in importance, and                                                                                                                                                               that could make existence pleasant and happy, a _ s . u i e s . fc/'he twenty-fifth Congressional District, eon-
        West Exeter, Sept. 18,1846.                                                                                                                 ungodly continue in s i n with n o loss of their ; e v e r y n e c e a g a r y . And when he left, he deposited
                                                                                   yield bis soul t o t h e mighty moral force o f gos-                                                                                                                                                           « i f t « b . . M M him, chUdren « . . .                  ^ ^ \ ^ ' £ > S t t £ ^ ~ & 2 $ . » « .
         W i l l t h e C h . Adv. & J o u r , please c o p y .                                                                                      numbers. T h i s is the time when t h e Christian a m m w i t h A n n a H a r d i n g sufficient to supply
                                                                                1'fcjel motive.             —         ——                                                                                                                                                                          as they only can love, and friends devoted to him, j Three Members of Assembly; a County Clerk in ike
                                                                                                                                                   pastor-nciiriff something more than a sight of s e n . , t h e m for several w*ekv.                                •—        ' __:
         M r s . L T D I A E A T O K , wife of B e r r y E a t o n of                                                                               sible things. And a mere feeble hold upon Bible ]                                                                                            t h e summons c a m e , and he lay Upon t h e bed of^-p**"* ofTBTlip Van Aredale, whose term of service wit
                                                                                        T h e Christian minister requires, in c o m m o n                                                                                      k           :_-.4_j t )    j„:
    S h e r b u r n e , C h e n a n g o Co. N . Y „ departed this with o t h e r Christians, t o h a v e this i n w a r d eye­                                                                                          !      A n n a visited them daily-—she would often sew death. R u t a few short y e a r s ago. she t o whom expire on the last day of December next; and two coro­
                                                                                                                                                    truth does not afford him sufficient encourage­                                                                                                                                                                       ners in the places of Peter D. Livingston, and Jacob D .
    life in g r e a t p e a c e , Sept. 14, aged 6 7 .                                                                                                                                                                    for Else, while she took c a r e of her grandmother                     he w a s wedded, placed a bridal r i n g upon his Schoonmaker, whose terms of service will also expire
                                                                                  sight always clear, in o r d e r to his own personal              ment. H e must be able t o look in, familiarly,
         S i s t e r E a t o n was born i n Richmond, Massa­ salvation. But a s a n ambassador for God, who upon the world o f revelation, and be assured of and the children; or read to the old lady from t h e                                                                                 finger, upon t h e inside of which h e had a few on the said day.                                     . Yoars Respectfullv.
    c h u s e t t s . A t t h e a g e o f 3 4 , ahe m a d e a public d e a l s with t h e souls of hundreds of other . a c ­ t h e certain connection between the faithful min­                                           sacred volume, while Else was sewing, or t h e y                        words privately e n g r a v e n . . T h e . husband would                                                          N. & BENTON,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          together would sing for her some favorite h y m n .                     never permit t h e giver t o read them, telling h e r                          3lw280                                         Secretary of Slate.
    profession o f religion, under the labors of George countable beings, the demand for s u c h a vision                                            istrations o f the gospel, a n d i t s final triumphs.
     W . Densmore.                  S h e immediately connected | becomes immensely g r e a t e r still.                                                                                                                   Anna was ready to impart every comfort a n d                           that the day would come when her wish should
                                                                                                                                      H e needs, T h e n he will not b e destitute of encouragement consolation i a her power* to soften t h e horrors of                                                                                                                                  PRISON C4RPET STORE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  be gra'tified, and she should know t h e secret.
     herself with t h e M. E . C h u r c h , a s t h e o n e of her above all thing* else,, that p o w e r of spiritual
     rhftiffi ;f* t K * P****" ftf » «h* remained- main                      sight? which will make the responsibilities o f nis
                                                                                                                                                     in the darkest hour of trial a n d declension.—
                                                                                                                                                     H a v i n g his soul in communion with t h e plan of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           their poverty. T h e balm of kindness seemed t o ' Several y e a r s glided a w a y , and a d a y or two
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           refresh their weary and sinking spirits,                   Anna
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               N O. 79 Genesee stre»t, Aoborn, N. Y. The subscri­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ber, agent for the sale of Carpets, manufactured
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  since, when conscious that h e must soon leave in the-Auburn State Prison, has on hand_a large supply,
    t a b l i n g a faithful, consistent, .christian walk, for supernatural vocation, and t h e bliss of heaven,                                     God, so far a s revealed, his sight will be carried                                                                                                                                    c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ".**■ . 7 " ^ ' ™ " « ™ " » "•-* " ■ » " " . r r . ~ ? '           c
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          and is constantly recWvrn^'new patterns of S»xo*y,
    8 4 y e a r s , n e v e r asking a release*, until b e r mas­ and t h e despair of hell, and the jeopardy of sin­ on t h e line of being beyond the limits of sense, Harding, by a faithful imitation of h e r D i v i n e his wife forever, he called *ner J o his bed-wde. Breraels, la»»eriat Three P4y, Common FineL and Sn.
    ter, b y d e a t h , called her home.                                                                                                                                                                                  Master; and b y always aiding, a n d never ob- and with his dying accents, told h e r t h a t t h e h o u r perfine, Ingrain, Damask, Striped aad twilled VefierSJtE,                                               ~"
                                                                                                                                                     and n e w.ii tnus see m a o o o s worn, perseve
                                                                                   n e r s about him, as r e a l a s the facts and interests and h e will thfirs see that t God's word, p e « e v e .                                  •          ,                  «     ^ .             ^
     '" F o r e i g h t y e a r s , this- dear disciple of Ghrtst, of t h e sensible world. A mere theory of spiritual                                                                                                                                     ; o fg                                 had at-Jengtbcome when she should s e e t h e words Bail aad Suur
                                                                                                                                                     ringly a n d honestly preached cannot return t o ^                                 ^      nei*ht
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                height but Jlittle lower t h a n t h e                                                                                                         ^          .CARPETING,
   w a s a c o n t i n u a l sufferer, being confined t o h e r things i*.not enough. A simple intellectual rec­                                     bim void. ' T h u s with his e y e fixed upon the con                                                                                        upon the ring she had g i v e n h i m . T h e y o u n g which he offers for'cash, at wholesale or retail, ascheap
   room b y m e a n s of a p a r a l y t i c shock, which de­ ognition of Bible truth, w not all that is required. .^summation of Messiah's plan, he will toil a n d a n g e l s . " ^ _                                                                         . r ~                            mother took it from his cold finger, and, though as can be purchased in New York, or elsewhere. As he-
    prived h e r o f t h e use o f both limbs on t h e right T h e r e must be living in the soul, such a n abiding                                                                                         _                   W i t h this holy book t o h e t h e oracle; of m y               heart-stricken with grief, eagerly read the words has his Carpets direct from tbe manufacturer, he is able
                                                                                                                                                    suffer on with a p a t i e n t heart. '                      •                .               . -                         . ,
    side, y e t s h e w a s never beard to complain of the conviction of the realities of t h e eternal world,                                                                                                                                                                                    —'<I have loved thee on e a r t h — I will meet thee to give his customer* the first choice of pattern^,and at
                                                                                                                                                            An then, too, when h e suffers t h e effects of j Savior's promise to me.said the aged saint one day,                                                                                                         a saving in price to tbe consumers, of at least'ooe pfofit.
   hardness of h e r lot, b u t paiiewtiy waited, a n d that t h e y e b a l l be distinctly apprehended a s t h e                                                                                                                                                                       laid     in h e a v e n . "          _                                           Also on hand a good assortment of Floor Oil Cloths,
                                                                                                                                                     pecuniary neglect, on the part of. those for whom \ • & « A n n a n a d been reading t o her, a* she ■--»                                                                                                             Druggets, Millings, Coineille and Tufted Itags, Door
   m e e k l r rofferetLon h e r t h r e e s c o r e y e a r s , until highest class of hawian interests.                                                                                                                  her withered hand on the volume of the sacred
    ber deliverer c a m e , wiping a w a y h e r tears, a n d
                                                                                                                                    A minister,      be spend* his time a n d euergies, if he h o l d - w Scriptures, how could we fail to be comforted in
                                                                                    standing where God c a n throw t h e light of r e . sight t b e world of promise, a s a reality, h e h a s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 lai»aa4 tt^Wolf.                         Mat*, Binding*, S u i r Rod*, Window Shades and Trim-—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          mings, Ac. A c , making the best assortment of Carpet
            »ved b e r from suBVnng, t o the- l a n d o f the.                                                                                                                                                             t h e midst of our afflictions. T h e afflicted a r e                       T h e Cincinnati Evening Welcome,in opposing Goods to be found ia tbe country.
                                                                                    ality a t once upon the w a n t s o f his own soul, t h e encouragements which enable him to support tbe                                                                                                      the license law, relates the following anecdote : —
                                                                                    Bible, and' t h e world tojeOme, must see and feel               trial, a n d labor still, seeking t h e souls of men. peculiarly d e a r t o God—their Bufferings and tear*                                                                                                                                                   •       J. E. BEARDSLEY.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           a r e all known to M o v Else, m y dearchild, per*                     W e remember reading a n a n e c d o t e some y e a r s
                   " Where everlasting spring aWaes,                                his personal responsibility a s it c a n n o t b e seen          And while many a r e living upon the great priv-                                                                                                                                                                                  HEALTH RESTORATIVE.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .since, of an old Indian, who in his h u n t i n g e x .
                    And never wkaerief flowers."                                    a n d felt in a n y other position. A n d with this vis.         ileges of the gospel and t h e gospel ministry, and don me i f f ever t a u g h t t h y heart to dwell on the
          B y thi* providence, toe church ia deprived of ion, ihti*opened to his-aoul, he n w s U n d e e d live and
    o n e of i t s brightest ornament*—a husband; of a labor for G o d , and not for himself; for perishing
                                                                                                                                                     forget their value a n d their cost, »nd t h u r j o C            - t-vanities of the world. W e a l t h i s - a s " nothing c u r s i o n s c a m e across a she woff, prowling along
                                                                                                                                                     fer others l o b e a r s g r e a t disproportion of t h e j compared to G o o > . n i e n g ^ a n d f o r g i v e n e s g ^ ^ E r u a i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              EYNOLDS A PARMELY'S FEMALE H E A L T H
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  the edge of a dismal s w a m p . . Although within hundreds after every is still means had failed. caring
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       in existence, and
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  rifle shot, he reserved his fke, and chose rather t o adapted to the diseases peculiarly incident loJFemale*
     virtuous wife, a *afe confiding friend—« n u m b e r souls, and not for worldly good ; for e t e r n i t y , and                                suppoft of these, privileges, h e looks upon t h e in divine grace" t o n i p ' i n t h e bud, every .root                                   t r a c k her t o her den, w h e r e he captured three cubs.                Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by IT; Parm-
     of children of a k i n d , indulgent mother—end t h e not for time. W e wilk-cjohsider the Christian j u d g m e n t scene, where* preacher* a n d bearer* which, springing, m a y J r o u b l e you, a n d injure T h e government was then p a y i n g a bounty for eley, sore Proprietor, ^utsford, Monroe f o . , N. Y.—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           that happiness which. i ^ w a y f r o B A j f e a c e ^ w i t h
     c o m m u n i t y of +A H H f l a i i ibrialiaai " B a t w e .                                       r
                                                                                                           — -nrriil nrnmiim in t imiim meetn tb e will s eaccording-as their work hasUteen. Gad and faith in su* Land f'**ns T^ariii . * J a m wnlf.arAlp*; and accordingly scalping the cubs. for sale in Auburn, by T . M. Aont, a i l Richard
     t r u s t those friends w i l n o t murmur, inasmuch and d i s c o u r a g e m e n t , in order tb illustrate, more T h e
                                                                                                                                                                  o receive
                                                                                                                                                                                e t h a t tine iaSthiuLcef'tDl shall                                                                          # h e presented himsefgbefore " t h e proper a u t h o r .
     a s t h e y nave reason t * behove, t h a t their loo. » rufly, h i s n e e d of a spiritual eyesight.                                          not b e without his reward : - a a d ' b e c a n well af. old, and I feel death upon m e . It is happy "that -tties, and p o c k e t e d > t h e bounty m o n e y . F o r VALUABLE THEOLOGICAL A N D OTHER '
                       * gain.                                J . 8cVc*fc.                                                                           ford to suffer from t h e effects of temporal diffi­ b e c o m e s «o gently, and w h e n I a m so well pre. many years h e followed u p this system, selliog.                                                                                       WORKS.
                                                                                                    • ' m a n s is i v H I S STCTHF..
                                                                                                                                                     culties here, if h e may o u t *hine forever in t h e pared him. T h e g r a v e h a s view* t h a t ' the *caip* of t h e cub*-T*beh presenting himself                                                        The Discourses snd E<says of Rev. J. Bferle D'Ao-
          F C A H C E S Box, wife of J o h n Box, a n d daughter                         W h e n tbe -preacher o f t h e gospel sits down            firmament of God."                                                     no other scene offers. I go with j o y to met* m y ;                                                                                          bigne, *ith an introduction 6y Robert Baird, D. D.—
    a / P h i l l i p a n d Ann Jeakine, of the village TreHiek in hi* stodjr t* p r e p a r e for t h e sacred desk, if h e                                                                                              ' L o r d / I grieve pajy t h a t ! leave you friendless o n e morning a t l h e office o f t h e supervisor*, the Life of Faith, and Iaierior Life, by Usham. Bradley*
                                                                                                                                                            . r r jfAOinr*** T H B HnrnrrsiuAi. O F F I C E .              and alone.                          .           ,                      a*tonished clerk a s k e d - ? i ? _ _ _ _ -                            practical Sermons. .Mills system of Logic. D'Aa-
    » e a r Mnnrnonth shire, W a l e s , Old E n g l a n d , died have only this world before bim, wjbile the other                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       bigne's history of the Reformation. 4 volumes «•_!•—
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ~*>la ii''" possible there arth s o m a n y wolves in•Foster's E-«ajrs and Miscellanies. Preacber and Pastor
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Not friendless, said Anna, for I will be her
   « t f * l a * * i ; S e p t e m b e r 10th, 1846, i n t h e ttth has t a k e n tbe, c h a r a c t e r o f a world-of fancy, b y                    - ' ' N o t only must tbe Christian minister find g r e a t
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  your country.?'!                               -^                       by Feseton. RussellV Pulpit Elocution. - Ftirpit Cy- ^
   y o u r wf b e r a g e .                                                         its indefinitenea* a n d obscurity, theft will h e support in temptation and* in discouragement, by friend when you a r e gone. O t h e r Triends s h e
                                                                                             indennitenes*                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                e4op*4ia. Belcher's Lectures lo Yoaag Men.' -Porter's
                                                                                                                                                     a clear and steady sight of Bible facts.but.thi* gra­                 had, for n o o n e who k n e w E l s e L e e but loved                      ••Yes,** Was t h e laconic reply.
         flitter Box, with haw boaeand, emigrated to this study, and- a r r a n g e , and supply illustration, for                                                                                                                                                                                     " I n t h e aarae *wampT* / ■ ■ ' " *
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Homireu'cs. Lectures an Cojosrians, by Bishop WiW
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ber for her gentleness, and t h e love and affec­
    aewwtry fifteen- year* a g o . I t is neatly seven t h e carjpf those whose respect a n d praise he ia cious capability of his new being must be a valuable                                                                                                                                        "Yes."-        '"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          aon. Smart's MisceTWes. ^Debate on Slavery by Dr»s.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ;:•; * , .:.-.■.,, Btahchard and Rice. "Barnes oa Slavery. . Marshall's
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            tion and the u n t i r i n g attention she.bestowed u p ­
   y e a * * a i a o * t h e Lord g a v e - h e r a new h e a r t ; a n d a n x i o u s t o secure.—Self will b e p r e a c h e d . — spring of the purest, richest joy t o his eoul. . I n ,                                                                                                          " I n t h e same log 1 "                  - ' ~ '.'                Notes oa Epjscopacv. Alexander oa Isaiah. Kaapgft
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           on* her aged and feeble grandmother, over whom
    rvaajwed a rifht spirit within iier. P r o m t h e T h o u g h mueETmay-. be said of God, and of'Christ, the, light, of this spirit world, lie h a s an apf r e h e n .                                                                                                                            ««Ye*."        ■'                                        - - Theology. j p i a r k e > Commentary.                           Robinson's Re­
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           shQ watched during a long illness, uatil she had
   t i m e s h e g a v e o p »H f^ C b r w ^ s h e h a s been a n d o f m a n ' s accountability, y e t with n o gift of •ion of the wonderfnl exaltation of being a b e r .                                                                                                                           " ever see tbe old sKe wolf V                                searches in Palestine;                :                 „ ' ' „ . ■ . .     *'
                                                                                   spiritual vtsioa^ind earthly reafities only present,              aid of the B^adeemer, t o mingfe-among men, a n d                                         t h e fair roundneaa o f h e r form* a n d                                                                                     For sale af low prices, *t the CbeapCash Book Store,
   ♦Steadfast, vmmvemU^                   a l w a y * a b o u n d i n g i n the                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ^"Yea.^ '            '          , -     v                             Wo. 6b Qeaesee 8c, on uWxorfcer, HniVBloek. -                            .
   w o r k o f t h e L o r d . ' T h e fame o f d e v o t a * his own s t a n d i n g in human estimation will be t b e                               proclaim a faith which will aave mankind from tbe color bad Jaded from her cheek. . Y e» ■s.h e                             , * t                "Well, it is her t h a t does t h s m i « c h i * P - w h y                           -»       ..       R.<a.«P.6V?miKOOP.
   • i e w e d w i t h Kttle v a r i a t i o n i a aicknea* a n d i n c h i e f t h i n g for which be,will study. B o T l i o w t n e degradation of tbe fall, and exalt t h e m to e n was still fetely, though t h e roe* h a d left—the                                                       d W t you shoot h e r V*                    K
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ;                         Aabura, A a * * * ^ ^ -                   -       .
 ( i ^ « t e t W t i a * . o f >*.T*e»w** Jrom 0»                                  diffwent with t h e ininister whea b e a a w t b e b o o k - everlasting c«mp*nio«*htp w i t h ' g o d himself. A -earns geatle being, w i t h CbeUags more, pure, b e .                                                                                                                  . - * . . : ■ - - -         '■-~UJ.            •«.          "  ■■■■■ ^   ~

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