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'To Our Contributors.
I'l BLISHEl) i:VEKÏ FBIDAÏ
D. T. STANLEY,
MDNMÓÜTH, POLK CO., OREGON, '
< In i si in n it
and the dift’ iiwlon srf Gtnti- I
ul 1 ii for in a <4 u it-
14 devoted to the cau«e of Prlmltlyjj
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l’Tii e Per Year, in (
The C uiuhtian M esseniier is now
upon a permanent basis. The crisis has i
passed, and prospects brighten Tor the^ - — ^A-i-
future. Iu God we trust.
MonmoutJi, Oregon, .Tune 30, 187(>.
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2. The Editor claim» -and wilt exereiac It«
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canae w-iil not, ii.i^ri«-judgment, anla-erve tho
best interest of tlie pajier and ita readers.
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the sentiments ot contributor«, or the trutLful.
ne-tf of nJ.vertisemnnU, without oar personal
4. Contributions on all matters of internet
to tl e causo of Christianity; are invite»!.
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WESTWARD BOI > D.
LnYirus from tho dead,” dr any one
I carry you 'tS'this chamber of death, ;
quailed. Yet, it »Itmbtless has its
7t Sunday Morning Walk.
ever) energy». improving every- pp-
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else to teach them.
good si^e, if one would only take
where your mother wrtll be agonizing portuirity, to increase wealth, and
>■ This circumstance took place ia
One lovely Sunday morning, eight for you in prayer. Uoinmft to diedjustautl'y, leaving little consols»* >
time to walk arotind^and fimlit.
Al > WRITS I NG RAILS:-.
i the days of Moses and the prophets,
iatunlay morning, ten o’clock finds young.law students were strolling memory the eighth, ninth, and tenth lion for his friends and a poor exam
6 mon 1.1
*1 1 1 mon
f or at lejrst when their teachings was
'I’Jiero is not mu»;h of special 'in: us aboard the\7o/»?,i I.. .SlefJ/ens and along the banks of one of the tribu verses of the first chapter of Pro ple for his children. Few ever speak
Gard, 1 invi»,
in the surroundings as we starting for Portllmd. All is lovely taries of the' Pot.ohiaet' river. ‘ They verbs. Kiss me farewell,-’Now, of him 'with' pleasure.
î8 (-ol-, 2‘q ilU’llL'8
Black lliil country, to the while pas ing the. ' ay, but a? we were „ going
in the last, words you will h.vgr hear thoilgii^h'nv much better it would
„ to a secluded spot
pass tW “ Golden Gate,’’ and ineet a ' lhe grove to murder the precious' from my ’lips ^re, in'the language <?f be forHIrhsgTr, his family, and the
« t .
; no oue judged, consequently, no one we^t of-Cheyenne. Evergreen tiiii
150 1 sent to heaven or bell. Afler the her makes it appearance fol,,the first
Heavy sea rolling in, so that our ship, i hours
,,v plaj'tng “ wl;tst’,’ and 1 Solomon, ‘ My son, if sinners, entice cause of Christ, if he could heartily,,
Resurrection and general judgment, time and we are surrounded by is first on onp side then on the other, drinking wine. Each of them wa.s | thee, consent thou not.’”
Special Notices,/ZO cents per line.
give one of his farms to benevolent •~'
no one will have brothers On earth to snow; otherwise there is nothing and folks are rolled arwund promis I the.s >n of a praying mother; Aa ! . When George bad finished; he and
objects. Then it "ould not havo
Por Square, ten linei or less : .
j fear hell or anticipate heavem..
different from any very rough cuoulsy on deck, the firn changes they were sauntering along and I we were all weeping. Involuntarily been wasted.
Wc hope bro. B. will explain this country. Bit On entering Echo Soon you hear sounds not so musical ■ amusing each other with idle jests, I we opened th?, ring which .we had
For each Subsequent Insertion
■ Now, brother, you have means be
and, ’ if
it has refer- ■ canyon, all are eager to see t-be as some heard before in a lifetime.] tlie court house bell-»-used for call- I formed around him. lie had stood
Ailxcrlasag. »ml. all bu.-ana«» in thia. O il i ia r X
. f ^,..^-1. mostri
■ ■ " ~W-.~ pt . .. your
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ill be done
on the coifi byais.
, ivjll j gnee lo-tlie JeW and Gentile nations, I many wohdcrtAof which so much has. You easily deeide lhat provwfoos-are ] . iug. tire _pccpla._io the house - el | up for the nght'agaiiist bcavy‘mtiTs,/',:huie!>
’. 'Use'i? properly for Christ
bo |aken at the usual discount.
please inform us who the rich man's been said. The cars are on a heavy rising."’Tlie stc-nch.that saan arises,; worship—camthencefl to ring. :A1- j
arid each.of us adnriicd liiin for doing
Ilis cause. They work *weekr
Advertising must be paid for in advance,
brothers are. In order to settle this down grade an4 move with gFeateu puts amend to all- further pleasure ! tiimigli fully two miles away, it j-th^t which, none of ua bad«..lhe ccur J io
»fliesH credit in give-u by social agreement.
Lii a get
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rriv**— Vmi liavsi_ '' -
question of difference between bro. rapidity. As we go down; down, during so slrart a voyage, and every J ; sounded in the earsjr>ClJ;o.gQ tboiig.l,t;.J ag0 jo undertake—to break away
-'■ put ■ yonr • hand » uryour
B. and myself, we' must agree upon we find the rock ribbul sides of tl is one hails with delight the time wife:; ’ less ; otitljs _as jiljiiiily as it it were .from w;c^t.,peompanjong' anj gq-|0
and take it cut. You can hardly
! what it is that dies, for that which wonderful chasm rising higljcr and
*- » lie
t ' i led-off,"without
. s •»Z"«., . . a word,
he is.permitted to set foot -on dry Upon the oilier shore of that narrow 7 ' church.
; imagine the good you can do; and
dies,is that which is buri,ed. and that higher on both sides. After a few land again. We run under a strong I ei'i ek. Suddenly one of them stop | and silently we all follows.-»!. With- j
I the. comfort you can’give the church.
Let other« tell of cities old,
which is i buried is pi'icisely that hours wc have reached the mouth of head wind all the way and arrive at' ped, and told him who writes thia j out either' one knowing that any
Of bristling walls and stately towers,
which wi 11 b»i reflurfeoted.
this canyon and appear to come-ont Portland several hours behind time
Of lives for ( inj>ty honors sold,
•—’ > narrative that he would go, no other had done so too, each of us —- In tbefle-hardtimes, it is very diffi-
W.fi wi 11 tak«*aL character now to Jiito-ii somewhat fever river bottom ; xiiisAed-our train in consequence and I farther, but that he would return tb managed., to throw Iris- cards and
Vv'hioh vanish with the fleeting J khu ' h ,
cult for, many of your brethren to
The talod of classic ages gonp
illustrate, , one that 'died and rose but ere long find that we are moving had to remain one day. The
»town tfnd go to church. Then the flask into the creek, so that by the give, * as. they have to' sustain the
May charm us with their.wondrous lore,
again ! IVe will take the Master down the Weber rjvef with great road companies here,_-g4*a^half
writer shouted.ta the other s;x boys time we reached the church, every ministry. Some can Hiirdly, live._____
Yet dearer still, our own clear hame,
i who were a- short distance-ahead :— pocket was emptied of its former
Than all their treasures, seined itlrjgo.ro. himself. Jesus ilié-oiily Son of God ; wonders yet before ua; for we plunge I tickets |o iqimigrairts, who
\ uu do uot feel ;he pitispyre of the •
Then to our ALm\i.outH wa.w ill give
subinijted to death aii»l just before j headlong into the mountain side and certifieatea at the land office.
“ Boys; boys, conie back beret contents. Never again did any one limes as they do.
He bowed His hi nd an»l gave up Ilis
This simple tribute of our praise.
-What Oregon presents to the eye Qeorge issgetting religious. Come, of -that little company play afiy very generous, the causeiwill suffer.
Our three years hpre, wlicro e’er wo live,
spirit, lie says to one on Ilis side, ! way. We are winding along the!, as an inducement to the immigrant' ■ we must assist hiuu.. We must bap- games on the Sabbath. Six of the
Perhaps the pastor will 6e obliged to •
We’ll evt r call our ha’< y >n days.
this day t>halt thrill be with me. river’s bsijik, which is rushing' along i toi:f<>i,e\i i- iiiake.hii home here, wL&Ll i tizv /¡irirky imiuersion in* the water.-’’ 4-
Fair village ncslliDg eh»bp,bc>.ido~
number have gone to their, long remove or reiwrt to secular employ
; eoifeidertcl at some futura time.
The hills, where furs and great (»ales'grow, Willi ybuJJesiis? Yes. Wlier»? J with bitch fajinlity that pieces of ( be
Speedily we alLTsurrStinded Cieorge, homes, each -a Christian. Only two I meiit to livE ’ Will voir hoid on to..
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And lool-j.o’o tr the valh-y
I In paradise..
drift pass us as the train advances. ] —r—-------- ----------- --------- ----------------- j ain-l tohl him that—only by—g'ring" p-v.a
able , the r».|« a+»-l speak—encouraging------
Anil as n»Tone oir tarife fuTTy ap j On either' side thê«nioüntâtns rîsëT +
■with tw could he/Havtt-himself from a lawyer in Iowa, and^the writer of words to the brethren, your pasjor,
T hmi art a favored fj-<4-*^^i'4h
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a ted the death of-Jesus, all almost porpendtctrlsrly from ' H>00
cold bath. To which, in a calm,"soft, this incident. Both of uirhave been.
Walled in by nu'iiniaiijs t it ling grand,
and those without ? If so tlie hearts
nature mourns for him,’ but lie>. re- I 4000-feet. It.is the grandest scene
j-btit earnest tone of voicq, be replied : church members for many years.—
Wealth and coi/t«.ntmeut
an-.l mirth ,
of many will'be made glad.
turn's on the third morning, takes up j imaginable, and reminds us of the
Dwell in tlfy bordeTs htpul in band.
: ' / I,know very well .that you have Religious Intelligencer.
Thirty y?ars since a small'church
Old N< plum- 1.ttn<ls Lis hiacing breath
his abode in tlie rt*surrecte<l body I greatness of Him who trailed.(the
.i the physical ability to put me in the
Tchase mias'nia from tliy streets,
applied to the Convention for assist--
that before hung bleeding upon .earlh_and the worlds.' At two or
1’strxupn, and hold rre there even till
And I’lfikius lends a cloudy wreath
A Few Words to the Wealthy.
ance. A brother in that church had .
Calvary’s summit. Now lie says to i three milts into Weber canyon, we to tlio
To shelter thee from arctic sleets.
I an; drowned, and if you.choose you
wealth, but he would do but little,
come to the ■“ Thousand Mile Tree.”
»vfef’do so without- my showing-any,
M .re pluasAhl .-»fill than grecn-cLul hills,
You, dear brethren, occupy a pooi very little, to help sustain the minis!
of 'vuving g- I b n grain,
meet him, touch me not, for,says he, It is a lone pine about two feel in
RjSistance; but before you do' it I tion not enjoyed by the many in our try. Tiitiir application Was refused',
Than dreamy niiHi and purling nils,
I have not yet ascendeil to my diameter ¡jJ announces -to the . Campbell an i Owch’s Debate, which,-.I lylve :t fe fir words, to say? J
t'lvnrehes. God has. given you .the on tbe'grdund that it wag not right
An<l zephyr* fr -m th.; ¥■«>tni.ll<-‘<4 main,*
Father and to your l’.itlnj^ to my passer-by, by a sigh hanging to one took plaeefin Cincinnati in 1829. - 1 ] * ‘’Won all know that I alii nearly ability—an ability which He has
Is wisdom s mhcc which from thy halls
to ask the poor in'other churches to
hjsiaks to tile •csth • » min.i ■.( yciuh,
God and to your God ; and yet he of its lower blanches, tlrit lie is.
two hundred mj-s from-home; but given to few of His professed ser
help that church do what they could - I
Which to the ] arh of duty .ills “
and tlie riiief had been in paradise
—■ • just 1000 miles from Omaha. About
you do mot know that-my. mother is vants-—to increase wealtlt, for which I do for ihcifrselves, if all were willing.
And guides linn in |b«j v ayTtXrf.th.
a plage.in the unseen. • Jesus and: Three-fourths of a mile.-further on,
a, hGpfess, bedtjdden jo valid. I you ought to be thankful, and which '
Wlu-.I hill ami li^ie-t. fiO-I
t f,..- .1
There was io BajrtisfocKaiph in that ■ 1
*''lr. CampbelLhail inade^inroads in?
remember ever having seen you 3tight to improve faithfully for4
Have faded from the i cairn a <4 spaf'e,
fbw'n.- Whose fault is it? that of
The spii if* of-ihe pure and good
hertnit of her J&ed, and I never Aid the honor of Min name and the nd- ! the Convention, or of that weMtby
dud a peaceful dwelling place.
When Jt sus »vys with me j»i para "tiincc of some .2000. leet. come- tw o
ZSW $■*» ubl: CkN brotlietT^* ^SaiGrTa- very • generous
ws tin? Ever not I me
Christian religion as I eognt to have i
to improve brother, “ We could su
Khali grant to man on eai/h a lt-ase,
n our pas-
in the grave. No, fn? did not under- rocks, ITofn 50 to 200 feet in perp» n- done. That the debatants were two i father concluded to send me here— his gifts that'may excel yours in-
May t ach succeeding daily Aim
Behold thy power for got ¿ increase.
stand.that the intelligent man w tuihl j dicuLu* licigiit, ami <i»uW-emar to
be-fetving "Veitf a life-tdng perSonaT "ptbeFdiirectrons, the ability to con- if the brethrenwere willing.’5 Was
lie even three days ill, the e nth dor- , gether; presenting the appearance no one wiil deny. Every preacher^] friend of our preceptor, who charges tribute largely to the interests of the it right'to employ an agent at no
inti rni< (li.ito *'tyi!(‘.
of a passage of some kiml. It i- and others too, ought to read this nothing for my turion-—Jie could .prayer meeting, or to the harmony, small expense to collect money from - •
. Wc had better affirm llgt knowi j tiantty probable that LTris is a part bT + »Ubate. ■ CAmpbeU’s twtefcre ferrar scarcely prevail upon mother to per and efficiency, and usefulness of the .the. poor to help that church do what
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edge once gained can never die. It the Devil’s route as he descended speech is evidently- the mostableand mit my leaving her. At length, church. If those gifted in’ jrayer they .could, if they would for them
Wf have su'd in a ; r vious letter ;s akin to spirit w inch eminates from ( into-the lower regions. Tile next masterly detense of the Bible and aflerrinany prayers upon the subject, and exhortation, inZmaking aotl selves? I know a church'that fw
written upon the In'vrmi-»’ia!e State, light nnnpproachable. .God is a t point of interest is “Devil’s Gate.” the Christian religion,I bave ever read. i she consented, and the necessary pre keeping peace, or in maintaining years received aid to pay their pas
That Mr. Owen was talented and j parations for my departure from discipline iu the church, should do
that,' to our mind, the li s'ory ol tin spirit, iiriiuite in power. His will - Here the liver passes through a nar
tor a - small salary, when, if t,he
rich man and Lazarus r» jo-cscntcd cxicutes every law that moves a row gorge, with great- fall, the bed highly educated must be conceded; ! j home were speedily completed.
no more than others, where would be brethren had been as generous as
the conditio:! of oui dead. It were whole universe of matter.
filled withjmmense stones from the
“My mother-never spoke to me its prosperity ? It Wbuld be want were the deacons, no aid would have
God’s power Controls ‘all things mountain side, and reverses its fivp years he read five hours a day upon the matter till the morning on ing ; Zion would mourn ; the solemn
yard this history as a m itter of fact,
been needed. How can they give
! to construct his system and make his
the good and the bad are both com according to rule and with mathe direction at once. It i$i indescribably
which I left for the East. Then, feasts would be deserted ; harmony account to Go’d for the money they
.scious anil intelligent aft» r death and matical exactness. Iff all the planet grand, The train crosses the liver I “ twelve articles,’’ by which he ex after I had eaten breakfast, she sent would disappear; sin would run ript;
ought to havo given to help their
befoie judgmi'iit. Uro.
says it ary world, in ages past, not cue has above the ¿¡tie, shoots through a. pected to regenerate the work! witli- for me and asked if I had everything God would be dfilicmored in the
church and relievo the Convention ?
wil! not do to consider this teaching moved a moment too slow or a mo-J tunnel a few yards and crosses tl e l out the aid of the Holy Spirit or ready and properly packed. I told house of Ilis friends; and souls I could write much more, but I will
<f Jesus as history. He stated in ment too fast- Oh, who could not river again .below the ga'e. The Christ. He wasted forty years, and- ’her that all was completed, and that would perish, unmolested.
only add that the money thus with- *
his first letter, that the rich man and trust Him whose love binds all to name» of these objects suggest the had be lived to' the -age of Methuse - I would be off as soon as the stage
An experience of nearly forty holden has been very poor property
Lazarus rep;.« "ited the Jew and gether in progressive harmony.
fact that the early explorers were lah and directed his efforts in the ! eatne for me. Kneeling beside her years in the ministiy with some of to those that withheld it.— S enex , in
same way it would still have been a I bed, at her request, with her loving your class that have gone to their
To the scientific mind, “ the not men noted for great piety.
Gentile nations, and of course, then,
Jesus was il'nstratiog their bifltory.
It is tho Lord’s day. We are ftilure. lie was like other infidels ■ hands upon my head, she prayed for reward, suggests some things that
A Beautiful rficïitërft.
In the ai'cond letter ho wrote,(which the firmament showeth His handi much occupied iu singing as the who say that none bnt the'weak me. Many and-many a night since, may be of Use to you, therefore I write.
was published) he stated that it work.’’ Beneath His throne, whose j seenery wili permit, and just before minded will advocate the Christian I have dreamed the whole scene
W illiam IV . t ‘xujred about mid
In my first settlement, I found an
woulil not do to regard it as history, light outshsnes a million suns, mean- j sunset, reach Ogden, .where we religion. They certainly lose eight over. It is the happiest recollection excellent church, one of mere than night at Windsor'l^ace. The
but a parable, pnd a paialde wi'.li ders forth the river of life, We look j change cars for Sacramento. The of the fact that the “ wise men of the in my memory. I believe that .to usual piety. About once in two Archbishop of Canterbury with
him is nothing real, only visionary. away down the valleys, lit up by the j cars on the Central Pacific are not east " were th? first to present to the day of my death I will be able years, they enjoyed a revival, till the other peers and high functionaries of
Jesus is evidently teaching us a great light that beams from the face of ! quite so large as those of the Unipn the infant Savior “ gifts, gold, frank to repeat every word of that prayer. larger part of tlfe young people be the kingdom, were in attendance.
lesson. Wliat does He teach by the God, we see the windings of the Pacific, so we are more crowded incense and myrrh.’’
When she ceased praying, she spoke came members of the church. AU As soo A as the “ scepter had depart
But Owen must have known that to me thus :
history of.tlie rich man and Lazarus? river, and upon its banks the tree of j now. Time and space would fail us
were laborers, who had to work to ed," with the last breath of the king,
Clearly the consciousness of spirit life, God designs His children, the j to tell of the beauties on Salt Lake Campbell was more than a match
“‘My precious sen—you know live, and to sustain the ministry, ex the Archbishop quitted Windsor
redeemed of earth, to reach forth ! and the country subsequently passed for him in intelligence. Infidels not—indeed you can never know— cept one brother, who was wealthy, Castle, and made his way, with all
The rich man died aiid was buried, their angelic fingers ami pluck its I over. We passed Cape Hora in the must have tho organ of self-esteem the agony of a mother’s heart vyhen and yet none worked harder than be. possible speed, to Kingston Palace,
and being rich, his l»o»ly wuaeseerted 4- frat»; The spirits of our dead art night, but tbok a peep by moonlight, largely developed, when they call parting forever from her last born,
They gavo him a salary of $400, the residence at that time of the
to its place of interment in great waiting to witness the redemption down from its dizzy heights. ‘We all Christians fools. Every man of to her still a babe. When you go which was large for such a church princess—already, by the law of
pomp and splendor.
Revelation of their bodies. Ere long Jesus will passed, sojne 45 miles of snifw sheds reading knows that in every, age forth from beneath the home of your iu those days^ To do it they appor succession, Queen Victoria. He ar
does-aiot inform us whether there call for them with the voice of Ilis the same night and were thankful very many advocates of the Bible nativity, to pursue the study Cf the tioned it, as near as they could, on rived, loag before daylight, an
was.any provision ma le for the in : angel. He kas their nainos register- that it was night. The next morn and the Christian religion have been profession of your choice, and of the members ; it was about II on <•[ nounced himself, and requested an
terment of the poor. We doubt ' cd and the very hairs of their heads ing we awoke and all was changed. distinguished for intellect and erutTF- your dear father’s choosing ns well, 1100 for what they possessed. BrO. immediate interview with the prin--
very much Whether Lazarus’ body ; numbered.
We are in a lovely country—arejust tion. “ Honor to whom honor ìb you will for the last time this side of W. was worth three, if not four cess. She hastily attired herself and
was buried at all, but when it was
Brother Bryant says, however, he entering tho agricultural; portiwAu-of „due.” Let it be meted out justly ; the grave look upon the face of her times as mnch as any of the rest, but met the venerable prelate in her
rendered by disease an unfit temple will not call the spirit from paradise the Golden State. Nooni' the same and A. Campbell should have his who loves you as no other mortal he would give only as some of the ante-room. He informed ler of tlie
for the indwelling spiiit, it with or from any o'.her place. We grant^ day finds us in Sacramento, embark share. I revere bis memory for his does, or can. Your father is not able rest gave, not a third of what was death of William, and formally an
drew, and angels, which are God’s it, for the apostle says they are wait ing on the steamer Amador, to com able defense ot the Bible, Tne truth to pay your expenses for making his part ; yet he was increasing in nounced to her that she was, in law
niiniatering spirits, sent to minister ing to witness the redemption of plete our journey to San Francisco is, since I have grown old, I. have visits home during the two years of property faster than any other broth of right, successor to the deceased
to those that shall be heirs of salva their bodies. Jesus will call for by the Sacramento river. Nothing have becomé more’lenient towards your- course of studies. I cannot er. To make up the deficiency, some monarch. * “ The aovereignty of the.
.ticn, escorted his spirit^ to a place that which is dead, not for the spirit of interest is seen on the trip those who differ from me on some ■ possibly live so long as that. The of the brethren gave more than the most powerful nation at the feet of a
.called Abraham’s bosom, or paradise. that is living and ready.
except tons of salmon which are points. This I do without sacrifice sands in the hourglass of my feeble church asked them to give. Bro. P. girl of eighteen.” She was de jure
Whatever tho angels escorted to
God, the moving cause of all mat being shipped to San Francisco, of prìiu’iple", or a eingÌo part» of the existence have nearly run out.
had about 13,00« of property in his Queen of the Anglo realm, in fact, on
which the “sun never seta.”' She
Abraham, that is represented as, ter, can alone change our corruptible and the hotel drummers who throng faith I have all my life advocated.
“‘In that distant and strange possession, While he owed 11,500,
being intelligent-frrrranr only can be bodies to incorruptible flues, and the boat to annoy the passengers, "But 1 feel fhtls in the exercise of that place to which you are going, there and paid |25 year after year, aa
.comforteil without intelligence.
when he has done thia, it will then,’of course oach has the the ouly hotel “charity that thinketh no evil.’’ In' will be uo. loving mother to whom, much as bro. W. gave with ins bless. _
Tint flicli man die»}-and was frit ricd. be prepared for the spirit to dwelt worth mentioning,^vhen 'he tells at. heavlffi I hopa to meet*very many you can apply for counsel when as 112,000 ot 115,000. Deacon F., words she was ab to utter were
"By this we infer that the poor man in it« spiritual home.,-»Noah preach- If you arc seeking a good cheap hotel, who did not believe aud teach sailed by temptations, You must, with a large family and small means these ; “ I ask- your prayers in my
was not buried, but both are repre ed to the people that were disobedi go_fo the Railroad or Old Franklin, everything just as I have don?, and I therefore, while a boy learn to Bay, of living, worth about 1800, gave 112. behalf.” They kneeled together,
and Victoria inaugurated her reign,
sented as being intelligent.** The ent in his day," Jesus by the same House. The New Franklin, Empire feel happy in the contemplatici of it. /no,’ when urged to do wrong. I
Under such circumstances, bro. W. like the young king of Israel in the
rich man was in a place of confine spiiit that raised him from the dead, and ‘several others are little better “ Oh that the world would tasfoand see cannot be with you, but I will daily could not enjoy the confidence of the olden time, by asking from the , t
The riches of His grace ; , ' ?
ment. lie could not piss to where went and preached to theft* spirits in than swindles. Of the better class
commit you to the care of God, who brethren or the community, yet he Highest, who ruleth in the kingdoms
Abraham and Lazarus were. While priso.n. We have clearly shown that of hotels, dicro are all classes, at Tho arms of love that cilTn'pass
is everywhere present,' beholding did nothing for which we could take' of men, “ an understanding heart to
Would sinners all embrace.”
judge so grgat a people, who could,
tint rich man is torniiulul-in tlie un spirits after death are capable of be prices to suit the purse, especially if
your evil acts as well as yonf good up labor with him, unless for covet not bo numbered nor
l _. counted
seen, be still has five brothers on ing taught.'
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well filled. But they offer good ac
deeds. Every Sunday mornibg, ousness, and the church preferred to multitude.
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earth that he desired Abraham to
commodations. Wd Stayed one day
from ten to eleven o’clock, I will bear with him as best' they could; has been worthy
’ of such
When a person feels disposed to and twb nights here and' decided
warn of his situation. Abraham
irone in Euro;
Europe has totter,
spend the hour in prayor for' you. but his usefulness was small compar. Many a throne
his owd importance, that for.crooked streets, early vege
day. Most of them
— . says- to lite rich-man, “ Yotir brothers
ed with what it might and ought to ed since
let.him remember that piankiml got
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have Mnses and the prophets; if along very well before bis birth, tables, a fine hotel—the l’alace, and to expand the chest, is to havo a blessed hour, when you hear * tho have been, in his family and in the have L__
Tl?at of England was nevei so firmly 1
they will not hear them, they would, an*d that in all probability they will a variety of means of getting tho good largo heart in it- • It saVes the church-bell ringing for the assembling church, as well as in the community. seated in the Idyalty and love of tbu.
believe though I would send get along very well after his death.
stranger's nfoney, this'city is
cos^ of gymnastics.
He lived a few yearn, bending ; people as now.— /Selected.
of God’s people, let your thoughts
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