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   Charlottesville Union Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - August 16, 1858, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 ■a?«"  THE BIBljK, THK WHOIÆ BIBLB, AND NOTHING BUT THE BIBIÆ.  1  -»«■  • UME XV.---N. S. iS"0. IG.  CIIAELOTTESVIIXE.    AUGUST 16. 1858.  «2 IN JÙ&TÀNCE.  TilÿfWTlijJGKî^  ■\    is coNinti I» BV  ,3Ele ■"'VV4â<l.'tÏ3LJÂ-Uf  '    ..ANO .  Ä«' ‘ij. ‘'Oc^4o*aia,M.-  ¡>«¡¥0118 onduro *] 1,000 ycaj'S of ^icknct-s in oacU IweU-e iiumth. 11’ this evil wore tli«-tiibutctl »uufV'vmiy over tbo coniniUDity, it would give it litUc »«oro than tlurtcon days sickncss to cacli man, woman nnd ohijd. How  “Upon tljis rock will I build ujy clmrcli.”  ^  .    , j A'ro not all cimvclies ClulstV? Kveii ilio  many-are coutiuiiaUy !iili!»g vUh ono midady chnrity of tlio«o wlio "styie thoir cliurchck  or (fnotlK'i ! WUiit ua Ai my of doctors—«Ho-^ i» j[mtliiic, Uumcvjuithic,! liydropathio, sudori-l  pUtjifC) iAiixejjiithic, and jtnoHmatopfttbítí”  |ï*fiT«>Éiy«-SI» J««niiioiii «3 i>mpriK«i  yOllllIKi« A’(i>    ^    a’fr  iirj¡i<iru(¡*K iirt jwul ,u/>.  fhiira^Ur, im rtrd ut 0r sijutirf (\2 }in(x) Jor ihrtf iiuhlioitf—25 erntifvr rorru Kithirijiifni ime.r-tien fufiri/uafe, t>¡} ihr  .mYSrei^TrilKAÍ/t'ir: ^  jNttWi.Kngliindets jjot tooJiltk valmi on ^pbj^ifflil    'i’hoy ido iiQt prize a st row e  ^cay,iji,vig(wj i $U% fiseb W i  'I^Uf:»vcrggp fg^r^f tleftthr ill JloatOii, is itotf  <Uj|tOsi|\|(ptyi Jtp J)«kefi  forty-five. So twenty men in I)ukos Oounty  |u B<®tuu only  fpuryj^t^rjpjjjl:>i1»^ urAiigyputioddsitii tlie heiirfljipcsa oi* towns. In feouivli tw«utysOhe die out of one tliGXp»u|ls0a»& ^car; inlioston twcply^fbqj’iiljtt littljijpaoHsrAWouty fivo; in Phlladtilphitt^ t\vp»ty.<f 1x5 ui Siiyannah, f<>rty-one; in Nt-w    Out of  one thouHitnd men 5n,iiii\v t)rl«unp,i«iisty more wiU?jlji!):i I^Uu    T!u?ro  ura  w0»nan,t<»o"iirond to poofe lior dinner or to wnish lif'j (.!oîl\f‘s;ill íenjítíiconu-.s fn tliisTile drudíí-( vy --thc niOHud work of dnigging about all dny apit;ct:for “««lovóirty, unlvandîîomc cornc/’  Iliin fetj Mvc ui) fn*m; tlivi riglitcotí» Hcnti'iic? to .'-ucli hard liibor for iH’f î No (íóurt; of doctor;' can r<'ver:H»,; tho decitiittu of that Infinite Cliicf Juiitice, who5o law'íh tbo coDKtitution of the universe. Loi UK ftnppoifo 11«;average. y Now ÎCngland wunjiin ut hoi m.n 1 i ^yf i'.blo nge    : W«r on  woijiliH láO poiùidiii and a min l^O ponnds. |* fvrid rntíduíid "WèiÌpTO    tò.Mnfjk ¿  .Suppose tWfvUllcJcnHvffi of fili bulk íiavo :,<• [ are8tÁVí>d-jnjthegreiit.árKonalriof li ved ibnt tv'n iHT oont of f bcii bodice thuH wurfaro, (his roidly creative ¡flight, tuudud hy ofloto—doild, but not buriod. \Vlicn they diligent^ Hpythçcaricsî ïho amount of inval-.«tand up and joiiijianda in wc.dlock, thcro. ih idism is frightful t;0 cpntomplrtte, a niurriago of 2'5-l pounds of livo nian and i • Look a inomcnt at the consef|uonccH of wonutp; «lid, nl.vo of twi nt_% fiix pound;? of ', siokticgp 5 tluiW; is a positivo pain borne di-maîo and fiunal« oorp«e. Wo know a funuly veotly % the Kick, nnd 'iiidirootly by thoir ' wiu ro ont* mother |)6ro i’ourli,:f-n cbildron ; companionB atld fi'ionds* Whivt a laoiVHtroua nono nf them diod under M-vonty fivo yearn ; evil that, is ! it ehangcs Hftì from a dclij2;l»t ■ A woii'iau WÌ10 boarà, l)rf(’ds, and. to a tormout; thiß natnral JiinctionH of thc^  CIIKIST’S CIIUR(]H IDENTIFIED.  ' No.  of U"C,  brinj'fi.^up a dozen, or half that number, of heafthyV hardy, ldiV«-1 ivfd sons and diuifçhtor»,  ; HO faru.4 that gmcH, isia mothor win til being proud of.' lladE Huoh a »o'ncrnjion of v.’«imon i\H now till up okir groat towní» livod in New ùng'laiïd a liiui^rod yeai>i ag;o, Iho ïlcvolntioft could havo boon jinposslbli’. Puny wojnon .;iv bo. 1)cconio dry nurses to, a oôwijrd, noí mothoiw t,o great, bravo, ,l)urly-l>odioil iiion.’^  body uro ill performed, aliti thifi fVamc i» ibuud 'to bos not only wondorfully" mado, : büfi Mlftó “ ioarfnlly ” I« thoir normiVl is*«to all the acuites oró In lota of dolight; but slok-ne.ss shuts gladnéi'ft out'from All thoso flvb <Ioor#i of the htimati hotfip, ntid filß it full of '■ shriiíkí^, and h1i«^c0^ and'sightiJ ünhôly.’* ' xiCiilcnn' I# àr‘whöiüj tho indirect^ paìitt of  If wo look iiilo ilio Chuiah rej^ifitors of tho  tí» Uif^i Illtere thtíy SPMsHIo, wsMíéyj í«>,4»íiöt^|íg tlio ;J»ÇS  líroísuro iaidiçii * (Tltoy Midilitt-lo to iniiii; ;and ns'öf lîviÎiyj they í losü te?at « HÍ5Í tvríbjíV í í shoe-  1 • • •  : such    looking on with eyes  i; o£^8ytllgathyj ijnd’ folding thoir' UUftvaijlng* . <«>«»<for the'last oiio Ijundrod imd, F hafiila; Is iiiovo- thn» tHo ■ siok luftii? dlreoUy ; fii\y y*wrrt, wo find from oightto twclvo girths 1 orioounfor» himsoU'. < WHftt aivWfc amoUiit of' to n^marriago. /!.'ho ehil'.lvcu gre'v up, tho i siiJTenivg from this >diireofc «n(J- ibi» i^^ parcnti'did notthinic “a largo fumily is a ¡.¡¡roat. i phin ! ^    L / ’  cui’HoI'i’ ^V'o know a man wh^wo six male aU'  oi#e|«{ítít^ety^thwicifpr{nioej|>iié'thirty^aix; ^àhiiâÿ»msô ftirni^fî m    lonj* fi» Ibrty-  tìl»itìl»ho^jh|É*»8^^ sixiy^fo pmitörft.-4-lyàyî'iŒhfo ßitittli- »^ïôathea «ivf tii« ih^í*'* miikerf^w«x/and IçîrthW; fifinixjr/ i itií%»id ^|S^ewM«íál. 4;!» sísíttiok^fttstíys iS feu 4|ptóHÍ n|ç #ío tniïid í%lwa^fí4áo áUmlfwoth^ ÍEhé*á^  'l^lljtl^i^'ia^liod to iiiakü iiitlo^^^ íloarii thé -^iíneí H^d foygoti ^iai Öqd fijañ bodyf sfifcdj if 3thig ‘»oarthen vesso!’’ all ■ilio íRpíritrtHl^ «^ tótì jàatl»lfor thff Cfitrtìi, Fòt ||iQOp|Sft JifelU«. thbro is icddêÔ 'ü gftwl braip aiwlitt^gotìd boiy; ' Cìttò S» wontìv lit!-)« vyithoiiil Ura^tìshov.    rfftiad'lias jòiii^ w»  tJftirilrtiÂglÿeputtiiigflHiiiîvdor. Bwt moafe of tivéttii-i^ Aiiunica lùivc tottgh ìbtìdita|%hiii-po\vcr0f-’w    tho.m ! frtibk  Àtr tìioiH'éfc mdröhant^i    groÄt' Isrw^rs  ijiiï#j j liiciv «f íiiííotí^poUticHp lottcrrt. ,'f iBoy ifro i ttioli' ^‘ vigorous    cali  ìottt dinàors, anil Hleep!ó’' - iu[iht.Mv iiiid'^^^^\^^^^ igtójdìjttì itii livo tilt a âéôohl* «iid  àx<ìBpcQÌ*bìo rtèe. A vcnoi^blb doctor ¿f ined-  '' í . ■ * . ¡ ’ i ■ iclno,iöore than oightÿ years old, may bte Rócñ  Ipï^ïyi^doÿ in Boston ^ w&tìtfiig hîf?^oundfi; at  ttliftti jÿréat maìtifttlly' réprtiíehtíng ñot only  itîvc söfoncß b«fc also tbo chaii;ty of tiiat ht »L  inu art ho hijsi fionfi ^í)«¡5|r'ioi|í^ino\c a>  i %fV| aiti)|iy;: vire tiivôf look at Dr. .Tflhìo.-’  \î^soit8ti iihout roVèltini thàhkfulno.<s fór  'Ihìò Wise and tcitìperatc vi^r Chicli has kojit  Ilíní^Usefiiístf lónií,    bas a na-  tlonftl ropuUUun, not only iur ii\togrity, wiiich  novor fbrsoofelnm in'itunos    but uIpo  for thíiÍ H^rcngth df body which hold« nobly out i«i his cightv-sevcnth yQar.j_ The happy .«Id age of fliCH« t ro vcnorablo ttutl.welbknown men is 'due to théir vinhcritanco-'lo.cs than to tlíeif-áiítivo, regular and tojnpc'ihte habit« :  Vcjcau-sti wise, tîi'eîr lifo í» »Uo TÍlP fítíltÍ8P**]íl.ú hH‘.ík <lt‘iyiii*!-'n wftman ftiWUljîl b» is lU'iU'ly a» jiwiMuion# ix» the tíiéb-higioilíl èòneftpliori of whtit dod í’s; almoHt a« unnatural. Sho must ha a» fcujdo as n gli^ ïifardiy can abc boai tho burdou ,uf hot ill-jiupportisd olôtbe.'f. - Steady and continuons M»ii ia imp 0ùiiiblc io »uoh i dòli. She glòrì^:; sp-'ber name; and lä »ís oí wcakïiòmi's jifid Suipson aro buppowd to íinvo ^,cen of thoir log»aj[íd grout burly shoulders.  -..lîlltw«’ doiibt if it be natural tbat a ‘‘oulti-fiitcil wo^au*’ «boiílj bß a    u  ai»d w    (bilí tbarjcmagnoV  J^u^b(«rt oM hor shpldorV oarrying home, her jl6*i-er through hor tioachörou« and iiewly-^alftn snow, is a little noaror tho natural typo ’ of %ti anii|nal woman. ' “Tn tho hw*>at of thy 1 face «baltjhgu oflt br^Qad/’ though report^nl  as a curso fotr tbau aloiie, is H blossitifr whioh i the Infinité |t4')nrtuvii%    I  nuj}0|^d bcj(^di|yo|l ^    I  A oert!»‘i> îMttou.nt oC wort. is nccessaiy U) :  < keep |be.body    Our'lifc in the dyiuR .  , liiifiold paitloloHj and thiñr^f^^^^^    . . . ...  «nö. Part oí tho offoto mattof must be gotj '    It appears that 20,7‘55 persons dindin  /Il of, '    ÂlaiîsachuHct‘ - in that is, about twoout  ‘ ^    not oxtravupint to HUppoKC  jbíslfcér^ rinmfintfíiK Í tteiatarál mean» for    that two j)er8ons arc çick all t^he timo for one  fefeHb.- ' if tbi» bq ìibÉ dótitì an ac-^,    tljat dies j thus -lljéÜS persons in Mapsúolm-  «etts are OQBtinually eiok; ibftt M82,000  cestoi’iu now »looping in Now Knglaiul i»oil, will avi-rago about geveiity-.scyon yoai'Bj wbilo tho si>' fornaio cònió up to about ojgjjiy. Tbo^ fhiit aivd la.st of tho.so >vouuin oaob l)oro her oloYcn'éhildren—one of them had butscvon^ an(i 'Hbe bccamo u widow^ at Oa'ty---nndjoii0 had iòurt^ón. ;    '    ^  In lio.«ton, this year, five thousand ' oig;lifcT ii^^drod w.ill bo boruji of thoHaniQte th»h ii)nc thp^ih!yid,)vill dio before theJrfetofriJisnuftiy, l§i>9. of of this  wUl cai^ !^il4 jftTOffgVW f<)o4, |va|iVp«3’crtyj- wautetill    the  cvadljc, and.,clutoUoft»fc the baby'i tbpoat, tliis ugly hyena of civiliza,tii'n; iJ u(. muoli Af it' alno from tho lack pf vi|aUt.y .in.tbe;Wqtterj yet inoro. of.i^4VoBVt)ip bii4;  ‘Igiip^ipd    WH'ip«3 Minda,  vii?iU«g the iuifjttity uf ihqi jflithonipou tbfe cbi}d|cn, t« tjio tbird «nd fe.wrtb yimortttiou.  It, h mtli^r a    .9f man Avlio jiyrovv;  up iiipiir grwvt townH!-^apind|iirIo|'ged, ojt .visible. nicw auppoi't,’’) ,jii.^i)amtHl .^^^^^ thojr bodies, (not wholly \vilib<)ut rcijspn,),y«^ pampering tbeu^ wilUJu*i\iripa. .. "Wi  llVHlly ^ «Hf ;bttWi but.;-it wiiiii. i^lìtóliiing lo m'^ nion and 0^01110« rcijoipc;in skattCs last winter*;. Tho,,inouibor.s of engine coiupaijHos "arQ the only tuon wtbo can go than .aj walk j. but ic*r tbo vfrqquept lires iwei . fiiat,ru|nning would bftgyip,tìji|[v;ì^f^4ìvii  fuybioiB) for war is d^ei'v^sdly, burtfulj.and . the intcmppmncp which has always boon the attendant, if not of military¡i at least of militia glory, has p»adc ,tbe piibli^j-a fb^rf^l of tbatpojp^qji ijovt uf inaniy pi»aUmc._ ' Our fow iinidiorfi bavo uiuforinH, (,lioy marob W0ÌI-—on a sniootb , niad, 11 luilo at u time-— and perform tbclc ovolutlons with the preci* hion of clock work; such regular uniformity we bavp never spou in the arnuey of rraiicc, Au.«tria, or T’ruKH^ or ovfu England. Ba?' Uio citj s 1 liorH jfti^J*ui|,^ly tljti,; 0^ Sjuiy s vc|Hd!b>p|'p j-ho winti-r.dTHC '*1, fpi\ip!*liy ef Uoslitn Jjgh.t Infaniry bail two]VO lioiHi.' iiotloo that they must ni.-ircb to Springfield. They .stJirted at day light next morning: there were jd^oiit , ninety iu rank and file. Wc bad the Htor^' o»«) of them, a j ouiif^ "yipiiiUi r then, an ojd nier-wbou ho told the tfilc. Each man bad his weapons, his blanket, and three duyn’ provision on bis back, > By the roadwide they ale tbeir rougli, cold dinner at Frai<lÌ!<gbaHi, twent^Y-six yulpfl ofl'j Ibijy f'lepi at Woiee.ster, iijl'bteen vutlp'i iurlber oti. 'J’bc next day it htoriuodj and through .snow eight incbes deep Ciiey marched fort^'-.six ftules more. They fitopped their niu.sie—-only a fife and drum— t^ n Miije^ from their journey"h eiul; and when  Tbon" Ibére is the pccvuiiiiiy oofit of slek-ncfii,’ Tbo «»uii’h powoy of;produc(iTo industry bar gone ftora hiin.' The' n)co)uupc’S; right band hi« lust its oi»nm)jg'Up Ì!»itb < ut motboi'^    bjifc &'»!) not oni'o foi;  husband òr, for child; tho^gro5^t^;nico br!d«> of gcnuirf IS like the Goft    of. the  fool. Let us estimate the. co.^^t aa lijibfc iw pos.HÌblo. Oi the 4l,4GS perennial sit;!^, suppose that 2 l,4Gft arc    wljOMft pow-  (if pradi^ntivo iii>'ii\i't»^Jiì;\^rth nothing.to Jbo    uvep in tl^eir health; tbi^t thpy  "only earn their livi/j^ ; that 10,000 are ilJcn who, in heaith, would earn each 9300,a jeivr niore than it costs to feed^ (^l4bfti bouso, comtort, and liupise ^hem j and ÌQ,QOO pioro «r(i \voiven’wbo, if well, would earn 6150 upicQ^i, bwitloa (•beiv    ^oop j tluMi tho  vópfdÌpn^ol'^tb^    costs tbo;;  Btatp 8i,r)O0,6{)0 » year, If \vq aliould doublé''fhcHO iìgìnes:, and .>;ay §9,009,000^ we think we «honld itstill bò within tho niark.? Suppose ibiit it cojits but a .doljiyir a dayito luirHej diet, and ibioi.or eaif^i o{' i|r1>i^o4M0B iin’il|ii^9 -- ^ mvuipiatp ,ealo.ulution;7r-tluit; .unionnjfl to $Ì5,l}jG,é20. Wo in.iiy bafcly« :«ny Ibftt sickne.ss cost the peopb |j)f Massai ¡ehusQtt.s directly, §20.000,Opi.>; a year, ¡11 jthese two items alpno. In otlier ^livda, if all tbc^peoplo    ftxvopt ^Ì»o.iwen-,  ty    JiaswachusettH would  add ^20,000,000 iriore to ber annual . ¡11-erea.se of honest beiltli, to hoi uieans of usq and beaiily.--C7i/i.sj?<Vn( J'J.ramin r.  ; at eight o’clock in the evening the^- wl^ei^iU’i I into Spriiigúeld, tbo ^ou(t of the men  v{)',5. lij'ijt Udiug^ the in.surgonts got that the troppij had leil Bo.stou. If the‘•Tiger.s” of X8i>S wero to march ninety mile.n in two dayij, there would be nothing b,rt. uf tbem. but H bearskin!  Wo have no for controvoray, through our colupin.s reoently havo not looked mueb like it,. AVhiI.st wo prefi'r .to move along the “even tenor of our way,” rjuiotly and pQaco-ably, yot we novvv ^bi'iiik .fi’pm the wupport of pvbujli>lo.s, to whioh we are comuiitted,nor do we turii from ouit patb for fear of meeting an 'opponent, ^Ye    run from contro-  verny and let an opponent tritimph, at our ex-P'jnMo. ^Vo aro not inclined to luaki) attack« up()n otherH^ b^t M'bou attnoked we aro al-W;Vj,’«i r^dy, to stand on the defensive, and tlmsc: who make war upon us must abide the eoii.“cc{uence,s^  We do not edit a paper, for the sake of employmeot, to gain notoriety, 6t to ^e(; a .Htvppori by it, but for the sake of advocating principles—principles dear to u8,ibccaufie wo believe them true. Our aim him ever been to advocate earnestly what wo boHeve to be truth, iwitbout harshly opposing others who hold cijificrent sentimeiits. Wo havu tried to treat other»,couvteausly and respectfully, and to jyalai tho Sun. an acceptable family viHi. tor to liberal niinded men of all HoctH and partie.s. From, this path wo do not intend to stray, and the man who attempts to put us out of it, may prepare bi^HseU »W a battle—to ouiupier, bo ooiujuered,— L'/i. Sun.  “cvnngciieal nectf»,” will not admit that all cbni¿b<* '^^‘^ ^briat’B. A number of sects ^ tlioir owa churches as here-  •oloisely *ùvi. this etiludct ,  Wo aio taught by »TosA« bo would build but oHc church. Tbiij ho dönouiiiiatod -<‘MY cHORon.” The work thon,. that lìcà inimodiatoly boforo us, is, to ascertnin; if pòs--iWft^hat Bòrt of a obnrch bó rfW build j Ibr, wbon^^B «ball bo done, Cbilst'a church will be identified ; and It will follow with tbo Coñ- i clii.siveness of demonstration^ that all cburcb-03 not built after this niodol, arc heretical in other wordsj are nioi'o «eöt% and hot' tho ' ohnvobos of ObHsti- ' ■ ■ - ; i - i ;  if wo woiild obtiiln a óloar and sttUáftiótory vioAV öf tho oburob whiob 'ObriHt built. We ' mufltj Ili imagination, pass up tlio sttiiam of tiiho, eighteen ccntuvic«, and visit Jóruííalem ori tln^\kMitñírPetatocost whiob red after tb eVorbriatioli of tlio Kffi |j of fiftlfi t s Tliprò wp' wuisi ilitbn wltb aW unbitöbd imlnd toi tb(ì |roaóbinp( 0f Petorl [Wp ;tc«tlvÄ^6Vcry" tcstiitiony, comman, proni-' jisct, thrsatehing^ W    rcwcmbor that  be speaks as ‘'‘tbo    him utterance,’^ ‘  ^bnt^ bonsciiiicntly liv> is^    and  ' niiakes no iìn.stakcs.' We niusl' also lìMtpn ■ tn ;tbè iHiÀicins Ihijnlry (if tho cbnvieted multitudes !~-‘OIon and brethren'what shall wo dò ? ' Xiid to Pctors’s'answer i “Itcpent and bo biiptTzed every ona of you, in the nunio tif'  J esas Obrist, ,forV ibo jü^Üjissiou ;, of your ■ sins,” &c. Then \vo mustatttoud to the put^^^ ting up of tho iv\atorialrt—the liyio^ storicf^ intfl ibo b\iUdlng ^    as gladly re- .  colVo tbo word vFerc bap|ized ; andV^lo s,!\nio day thoro wore aibjcd about Ibfeo tlionsaud souls.” Then'to tbc oirder ot\tbc house.—■ '‘!l'hby continued sfccudfu.stly iit the apo-Mtle.s , dóótvjiio and iellowsbip, and in breaking ()f bread, arid in praycr.Sv' Bebold tho ínodcí' eiiurch ! Soo (bis beautiful spiritual feniplo ua it rises under tbo lleayenTdirocted bands . i of the master buijdings,, tbo apostles pf J («u« •  Is there any. portion of tbif^.syinmetrical and pqrfeet. ^yprkmanHhip unwortliy of our imitation r Can \y<! make an Jmprovemont . op thait wbiclv is iho proHuotion of one “ in wj^t)}« dwolt all.the treasurtìs pf \visdonr and Icnwlodge.J^’ ■ i As j^yolbinigbt the glovy-worm: 1 attempt to Jllwininato the sun ! Ah well might s inart; reach ^ fgrtb hi» puiiy hum!,- tO i direct, in tboiy prcd^stinod courses, the un-' numborod ;<>rbs of lioavcn I v ; i  Tho imdör ^yill perceive, by air afctontit’u reading of - |h:o;8e(jond obaptoi- oi’-tho Act.s of -Apostles, rLtbatiiübrist built; bin oburob, by tho ; Spirit, through his aJiaatloH;;: ;* and;that, be propounded . torihs, of admission intii bi.s .  chnrflb, ns woll as the tbings, to bo donó, by ; tho members, r^fter admission. In order, tbereforo, to; have' our work- fairly before w, it win bo necessary that we render soihe attention to each of these parti oubirs.  ■ The tèrmi of (írímtffsi’ím.—íhc apoS^ prcaebed under rf divhie coniinia.siori; Their preaoliing must Tieithör tnin.«!cerid, nor iUll short of his commis.sioii. “fìo yo into all Ìhè world and prcaoh , tho gospel to every creature ; he that believetb and is baptised .shall ho saved; be that boHevotb notahñlÍbo damned.” Ilenocji on the day pf Pcntoébst, in perfeòt: accordance'with this cbminissioii, , the gospol WiiH preached that Josrt.s bald died as a ¿in ofr<jring~bad been burled-^'iva.H Lord ' and Mcfisihb, to give faitb to tbebearerä, arid a raultiinde of them believed, litid were pierced to tho boari, Next, after they bad inquired what they should do, repentance and baptism wero enjoined, -Íhe preaching tallying precisely with the commis.siori : “lie that believeth and is j-wptized shall bo saved.”— Even tho praise, “in tbo name of Jesus (’brist,” is pregnant with meaning. Itmeans by the auihority of Jesus—^authority delegated in the commission. For Jcsna has said, ‘He that belie veth and is baptised shall bo Haved ; ” which means «bali bii pardòncd-^ shall receive ie;uis:aion of siijg hence, the meaniiig of Petor’H language is, by the authority—the command of JesuS. 1 com-. mand you to l)e bapti’ied, for pardon or remission. The terms of the remission of sins, and of admission into ührist's fburcb b.i^ving  But what should thcBe convcrta do after admission -into tho church ? ‘^Thoy continued steadfastly in tho apostlo's teaching.'* Jeaus bad coinmanded tho apostles to teUob tho ’ coHvcrtM, all tbings that bo liad commanded them. Hcncc, they bcoaiuo regular attott*-dants on tho ministry of the apostles. They ^ believe and obey from tbo heart. Thosoj tho i apostles fellow.ship-they constitnto an : apos,t|o’s fellowabip, cpraniunlon, or commutti« ty. To this community was givtai tho Lor(|'^ ,ta|d%aud itjias, never bcoi^_ g*Y®»    -  other commufiity, , This coji)iiiuu‘dioitVo^bni> munity, ¡8 Cbrlst’H cbiirob; ho batu nQv<;r had / any other cburcb. - Qn tbo n\euibcr« of thi8 , i divine organization jkho apostlca invoked the benpdliptlpn of Heaven. Rcadarl dp you f know ^ir any cbnrcb that has no systqni of cburcb government, but tbo appstlo'« doc- > j^tr^o, and wlipsc order ii to eontipuo in tblB , dbfcjttrae? Tbat (;ihurcb, other things being pcjitvt)^ja bbvist> cbtirob. ^    U <  ; Snpposq that Jl‘otor, th^ apoatl^jifero; to ; arrivo in this oouiitry, what cburqh, woyld ho join f is it not the moat probably, tbing in;; Iho world, that, if ho could findv a.cburcbr : tlo terms of admission into wbiflb, sbp^^ preei.soly tho pan\o aa tbo.se upon    in <  obedlonoo to bis o\ya, pr-Vo’.iing, mcrabers woro admitted tho day of Pont^co^t, and ^^Ach was povornod' by Ibo; sarn^ law, be w«3uld joiri' that cbiii^^^^ But, suppose bo wHtild riot? Several diflioulties W011I4 |ol— low ! Wore be to join any of tho “ evangO'^ lioal s6et;3,” be wbuid imt himself andet bu-man oc6lo,>jia8tiodl law; arid rinin.spircd men would bccbriip rulers over an inspired apo!?-tloT JHst think of it!—Potcr a MgtbbdiKb! or "a Biiptik! or a IVc.sb.vf.orn»n! For I pro-aumc that be could riot be a member with all at‘6riee and Ibo sariie tiriio !-^.and, subject. to the'Diseipline,' or' the iPbiiadulpbia, or tbo We^tmirit'^tcir! ;! ! . Biit, tbiff is ’tiot Iho' only difficulty. l?upj.osc this apostil to* bavV joinoita kebt, arid th not known tb bo Poior,’tbo;apbi»tlo. .A grout, rc^l^ mfceting with idl tbe niodern mpurn-er'a ^noE iriacbinory apprpacbcs. Potor i«| inskotl tO'iireabh J Tirid he preaohcs precisely tho santii dbotririe tbiitl bo did on tbo day of Periteoost. SinnoVs arc pierced to the heart, and cry, *• What'sbulr 1 do?’' INttor fells I them, as nt Poiitecost, ‘‘Bcperit and be bap- ; ti/cd for remission.” . Wbut .1 panic would ; ‘ it create ! Wb^t .iVowns ! What going «low)« j of beads ! What groans ! Wliat a murmur : of discordant voiccs in tbo yard,'»flor disniis-Krtl! o Pctor, you mu.st Hccount Ibr tliis he-: vetical preaching.. This is CaiftpbcUism all the -.world ovci,’' •* Well,says ■ Poteiv“' I know that t-eaid repent and be ba^ifiztid for remission^ but I meant repent and be-' bap- ^ tizod Noi’ for' romission ¡'’ ‘ Would not this bo dolightfuMr Whatever may bo the roa-■ dor«’,view, it is eeftairi tbiit Pet^r would ¡be turned put of- tbo uhnreb unless he made some sort ot aeknowledgmont for preaching as tlvo Spirit gave him utterance. And. if wo may bo permitted to uso a littlo boldnci'S and point wo would dcolaro, plainly, that wo know of no oburob in tho world, in which Peter the apo.stlo, would bo an accoptable preacbor, but that tii/ji?ar/y . nicknamed, by our very    opponents, CampbolHte!  K. K.\tnks.  ...  tbcr, now evoking tlfo.fthriUnoB&'of tbe now^bo vibration oil tboíbarp, now tb#eïèi|ii ri njgîifg* of Ibô' ■^òlarì(|0,‘ùud ' nòw" tbo Fêavÿ^ ^ ®woll or thè* di    did^tbo èpirit pi’  Goà, in tbo, iprcparatipn of tbé pno lK»fc lor" ùÌl tii|uc,; iuako u of »11 t|io ,i varied accòìiipliabincrita and fàpiU pf bu-  ^wgby%i  ^ull tbo wisdom of tbo Kgyptinns—-tho fibcp-;béid song»; and royal niinstrclsy of David— SolpQioD^is ii^ots.of 8oIid gold, ibû[^paâeo»éd eterniÄ wisdoiu.—'IwUli-'i bum«^  tbonervQUselotïiwnce of    gènti«'"  |K>|tIor|UÌos in tlip ponoii of Jokn—ftnd; the > iBubliwcMsions of tbo¡ Apoealypaè, witfct]iun> dòjrip^p,,l»nd voicw, ^d cartbqnttVt»f form- 4 ìng out of tbciQ all one htdogroph-^ihcoììti inçpmparablôi barwonlpus BookTof tbo worlds f ; Tbo map wbo make* tbu Biblo bbi irtudy^ twwjìttg ita pyorj^ wòrdp fólliòwio^ ita evf^ty allùi|ion^po»ppr«bendihgits c bining 4tà «6vcraì par^ uiasliorìng ítü i^gcog^pby, it»;ctb¿ology4^beconiCa'ft man of a^lww», pf ;Uttcr«^;ln ti«ÿbji5h sonse He boa tbe QtttVine and boaring of al) kiiówledga Nairow«mìn4od ajiil ignorant màh arò fbòy : wbp i^¿¡otvaIu<l¿tb6BibIe.--~Ghm/mrt JouriiaU \    ■■■■    .  REOAKD NOT OPPOSITION.  >,Tbpigroat Aim ¿tómen abotdd be'bvtít»^ goodr íp bo useful to otbor«i andi wbew tbeir earthly tasa bas ondod to leave/the mark of . tbpir, S5Ífttflnco.bebínd' them, i : Bat b ' att^nijpts to :pri.rane Hwcb «iaiídalile iand praise- ‘ wott!|iy epur$o rons^fcnpt oxiwcfc tp^&iibrpwgb tbo lY^rld without ft jostle cr a jolt. Obsta» | oles -wíjLl bfl; \browó in bift :way¿ diffictiltics ; will be formed ; for him aiid trial»: will await^ him at,>evory -turB of life. No man, not even tbio t Divina Redeemer, that was vlrtupiw and good has ever paspd thrpHgb the world^; without being tra-duecdiby slandorirH) op{K>«*«df by tbo wicked and ^iiprinoipled and asnoyeJ by unworthy I perBops., Tbo ,?pup»r tbe obaraptcr and tbe j bri^^tec tho: wai'ki, thc> ofuiuvr the »now o£ detraction will be aimed ut it. 8atan .ind. his emissaries bate the i)e.Ht men niost. As  bns been sa^d.by are luyst .fiercely  anotbcr, ‘'tlic tallest trees  ssailed bv tljo winds.” Wo to that mail of wl om ¡df^ut .ipaak well, in  THE BIBLE.  BV r.KV. WM. .VDAMS, D. 0.  The .MUpcrfluoiiH blossoms on li fruit trco are nicant tosynjbplizCtbe large way in which God loves (0 do plea.eant things.  tie temperate-iu your enjoymeifts, religlou.s without bigotry, htid liberal without wound-•ug tlic prejudloas of any.  “Read to me,” said Sir SValter Kcott, to his son-in-la.w, Mr. Lockhart, during bt!\ la.it illness. “What book .shall I readi"’ » What? there is but .one. book--Ms Bibjf-" The,  ; claim .1«» this tiiltv is ¡djundimtly Yorified, not only bccau.'ip it eontaius what no other bock can, a rovelutiou I'nim God, which e.^tH'cd3 in value all other bqoIis,.but in this also, that in thqsv“. very, qtialit'icsrwhieh constitute thf worth and attraction of bumanautborship, the book of inspirai.jori oxcceds them all; gathering every light, and every rotlection of, beauty into one orb of unmixod. and resplendent truth. That Avliioh is neadful for our salvation is not written in the plain and unattract-ivo form of a medical prescription or a legal dpcumont. The band which has spread over UM the blue firmamenf, with its piles of fleecy clouds by day and its garniture of stars by night; which hfiH decked the flower» with a beauty and glory surpassing tho embroitlered robos ol' kings; which h:w mado the vt-ry bread that is ijcedful for life, to grow with greonne.sH of graee’ul ntalk, and gold of ripened grain, and thr very water to sparkle with diaiuoml light, has , the construction of that, book by which wo are made wlie unto  11 scripture .xentiinent^, '\Vbeu ibo vicioui',  ; immoral and evil s \ei<Jk well of a man, he has 1 need to .'¡nspeet; that he is not pursviing thf» i eouiTie which H got'd man shouhl. Whatever I evil (« opinwed by the g'H)dnnan eiihrr in word I or csampK’,;vvill excitu the hatred of the lov-f Cl'S of tbat evil, jjud attenipt» will be m&du to pull down the gp.^ man to a Iqvel.witb them-^ Melve,>- or bo'smear lup» wi,th;,tilfby slander as he pafl."es by them.  ,Bn> Itttinrt iight-tbinking, good aiau be deterred from doing his dutyby Bucb opposition. Keep. Htraigbl forward nnd ithe better portion of tbo world willasaign youlyour true position, your own conscience will ma^e yon buppy and God will reward you foryour uprigbtnos!-. The more noise you .make aS you pas.« on the highway the ini.re little pups will bark at you, bu^ hoed tbeiu not, they will soon be out of your bearing. The greater your mortd worth, tlio, more you, will bo bated by tbo uuprinci-pled but do not stop to notice tbam, you will soon bo boyond the reach of thtdr inRueuct-. Be .sure you are right, then keep stnijgbt on. Kegurd not a few little puerile enemies, they’ll fall as you rise and die whib} you live, ilo.v veil will blast tbcir desigiia and punish their wickcdnessi wbilo you shall bo rewarded for your faithftdue.>i.s, uprigbtnes» and rigbteou^-ness. Do good—mado this tho business of your lifp, and leave th« re.^ult to Him wbo gave the command.— >Sun.  AN ELOQU ENT EXÍ'ltACT.  been complied with, the gosp(d 'is'as magnified, hinners were saved, and the King immortal ! Kalvation, inwrought «ueh curious combina-honored. Thus we idcntifv (Jbriit’s ehurch tions of luHtory, poetry, narrative, proverb,  in the fiiiit pliicc. by jiointing out the torm» of admission into if . P.oader, do yoUknow of any church that recoiyes inombera on tboiiC principles ? Tbat cburcb, otber things being equal^ in O.hriHt’a cburcb I  olioral son}.;, urguniont, rhetoric, apboriMiis,  a.s in this sense abo to make it=/A<; Jiook—'tbo  ■ i ...  epitoiue ol all knowlodgo-~tbii one intellectual marvel of tbo world. Ai the skilltbl play«r 0« an oijgun U»eUt o|v« irtop u(tpv nwr  “Generation after generation,” says a gne writer, “have felt as wo now fe<‘l, antjl tboii live.4 Were as active os^ur own. They pasiie^l like a vapor, while Nature wore the Same sls-peet of beauty as when her Creator comm-i<t* ded her to be. The boavenssball beaabright over our graves' as they are now around out paths. The world will have'be same attiUc-tion:> for oiir oifxpriDg yrt unborn, tbat sbo bad once for 0^1 r children. ’ Yet a littlo wbilt all this will h*ve huppcue«l. The thrt^bbiog heart will be utilled, and we ¡»hall J)c at rc.'it. Onr ftineral will wind its way, and tbo prayerM will be said, and when we shall be left behind in f»i!ence and darknoKs for the worm. And it may be for a short timu wo shall bo spoken of, but tbo tbings of liie will ei'o.ep in, and our naliies will soon bo Ibrgoloon, PaysrWill continue to niove on, und l«ii»!htcr and .soni^ will be beard in tbo room in whiob we died; and tbo;^e^yo that uiourui d for us will be dried, aud glis'tin again with joy; ;md even our children will ceasii -to tbiuk pi uj* ¡uul 'will temember li*«p miv luui)#».*'  1S>   

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