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   Charlottesville Union Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - November 8, 1858, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 'im  !?4M«I  Tin: iniu.i:, riii: wir<>i.i:    ^^ni> nothing iìvt thk biblk.  VOM'MIi XVI.--X, S. iv(X. ui.  CIlAPvLOTrr^SMLLE. VA., NOVEMBER S. 185S,  MIN IDT ANCE-.  ?9*  ••  \  \  " fi.  I , :    iíí çoNiH'fTiu» nv  LÄJ. lEt.. X«.  X4NI''  O'ol« x'sa.áa^irx.  0, fe.  AL!.KN à CO.. Fjuntkh-.  T'i’icnlj-fííx    iJornprlHC  ,ttW^ TttlHitKs.: Xc f !f-r    1,’itil at  <ir'r4':irii^"f uri' ¡mifi n/>. A-ivrrl'i", •nc:U'i o/'.i ,int!ii/>i ehi^racirr, initfli'tt ai^\frf    (iiU ¡intf) for  hr^ innfrtionf—-•!> r.vti* /.>r fvfi'f/ tMbt^<¡ufnt ir:HC¡'-  ton jjfr »qtinre, hy the i-rkf.    i  V 4 K T 11 Y.  AUTUMN m HEllK.  . \ . i • _ . _ •_ ■ í Lotel^r nutumn ; aud with thunkful hqart* we loek artìoud ub; knowing tUutiiill our wantR have been suppVicil. PrniHO    for his  lovinp! kiiidnosK atjd toriJ'jr u^oro'u'ß townnJs .tho tìUiWrun of uieo. ,  j^'Riinmior i« pofia!, tho fiur yotiiig flowerv, i tluru fudcd in their bloutn,  'And t)if ninsit* of tho fairy llawcni Ih huplicd, 'uiid Autunju’s glootu, '  : 0«r Baninior life huth Antnmn too, -Abd’mid itR Tyaniníí híooní,  ^Yo irwit. that Rptînfr ^hope fndüleiffl hue E’er jrlows hoybnd th^o tomh."  ■ '“!t i;» fi;p’Oii(] thiriii to uixtí itiaiilts uni » £h'-    Í0'iisjir praisf'K nut.) thv »nuic,  •-> >î<wt Jiii,-h. To show foith thrliivinu;  kitiihios?- ifi th<! morning, :iD<l ih v fíiiihíivuiu-íi  M_v (fO.l 1 is! u:^y hour  Frditi blusli I'.f inuni to    ¡,'ar,  As iíitíí which e;i]!' im* to ihx'  Tjio hiiur of praycr.  lik'st is thai trunijuil hoin- uf luoin, Audhk’fii liuit hour uf .“olouir. eyy,  When o;i the \vi11j4s of j-niycr uj>bijís’!!(',  TÍI.C wurîd I Icavo. ,  h'or then !i dnyisprin;^ uliiiics oh mo.  ! liri"htor thniv morn’s (»thcrisl '^lo'.v; ' jMrid rioh'.'r düWs    fvoin thco  Than oavth cun hnow.  Then i.-i u>y «trcngth by thue renewed ;  Thou are uiyhìii!« by theo lurgivon ;  Th'.-n dost tiiou clicor niy HoUtudu With I'upeof.honven,  No words cun loll whilt «wwt rcUof 'J hiivc fur my every wuht I find,  What eirengih f«r -.-.uriViro. bftlin for griof, Sv hat pcflco of niiud.  II u.>hed ÌH ci\«h doubt—gon^ every four,    ;  My spirit socms in hcnron to stay ;  And c’cîu tho penitout tear    I  Is wiped HWny    '  liitrd ! till lircaeh yx>ii blisüful shore,  No privilo?;o f;o dear shalf bo.  Ah thus ir.y iuiuost soul W puur In proyev to tl>co  Ooldt'n Ridi'.  1'.v.Miiy yt'^ir.s caoh, nn<l hiuno of whom hüd    U. P.—It is ,c.isy to talli in this wholcsah' j MOH Ali  I'uniu-rlv ptisccnted i))o. Joiu> and wron.jly way, but can you spcinfy tho wcakua.si>os of  Hi'vlli'iil til.' 1 ¡I’li'S of ('hl■i^t,    wiill  Miii'a.-n'd <'yt '<, ini'l " ith cni'jlioii;' of joy, niin-cio-i vvuh ti :ir^ <if ii(!/ii(<)ucc for tlio [m.*'t,snd .'.oli'ninly lii-i-hi.ici, ¡11 tin' prcsoni‘i> ol' inany .-I, hriu;<'i‘-ltli th^' ItHili', :i!ul llu;  UISCliMjlNK IN Tlllj Fv\M- | suporiur altainint nts find cmploynVent almoHt JI^Y,    .uiy^dioro,Without ¡«fringinjir on the’rights  ■' *    \> ■ %    I- _____tí* •>  SI'.'  lif' ’lìu*ìr nilí' í'l liiuh ;iu;  ■ fa^htoîs.  'Ä.  THE LKAVKN IB WOKKINO.  Tim<*,w«s when wotnf|n honnoftt wore Pi^jtiptin^ half ft Tfird hoforo ;  W'hun beauty wns thufe hidden dt'ep, ¿Twhr Potnt'thinat e*en to tiH rt peep : 'it‘powv O Wotiictn's Boklo mind !  Wfior thoir bonnntfi nil b/ihind .* WhUe mow their foatvnm‘i htd(i with hiiir; The;ladies £ro with frt^ bare.  And fanoy nil cdjniig*^hn staro i And thJs will pawH In his^ory’n pagro As loVely wom^n’H bnrpfftced ucro !  will.O’  Uliiii: . nl\,  |,ir.‘ici¡Oi‘, ihcir ho¡n‘, iln-ir ,¡.)y .mihI lluir fcil-vnti'iii ThiH it i.ü ¡h^it, ou! ofí-’.'euiiiiu (i.yl is Htill ('dui'iiij^- .irood. In ('oll^<^'(^u^;ucG■ oi’ ihi' fi'rc;.io!iti;' pr.icocdini.':«, I’.oiisidoraWe pif'viiii.'; ii) tilt! nmk-' of thi' Hiipti.'.t's! uf thin cily, v.diic.. h cvim-f d ill- tho fict th;iL ihe morn int('Hi;,'onl nro hi;,:!ily4^iidi;.;n.uit ;it thr CMursi! p[irMin,"l hy íhcir-jín-tor. I>i¡(, wo roj.iioL' t¡Uit tho tniih hiis free eourtfo, i.-ij runnlni; (like IcaVoii) :uid (Jod i'l Uuin^ ^lu-i rifi'jd.    Kaít yoiirs, in love,  jonx F. UOWK.  Wuotilor, Oct..,  r. —Sincü writing tho above, I lo.Tra that the afuriü-aid líiipüst uiiiiister, .^lr. li'on-:ny, \\ill niukt no iu);iti,nuat whiito-vcr of tho ullc^ationB he iuBtitutiid a^^iUütit tiio IMíjciplofi, bai inHirHtH lUi\L iu; will corruborutii his rttato-imiUd by vcfwruuco to thu writiu^gp of A'. C.iiJipbell. Tho troublo with him iu, that hb him boen pouriog over the fiiutiOaicH uf «I. B, Jotor, and inflating hiuiaelf with the irnimun of dint dtdootahlo oritie (itnfinspecAjr of other mcu’.‘< thouj^hts; nor will he bo pcr-iuaded othorwiaj^than thnl Mv,.)otoi ha.« triiuujdiant-! ly dÍHhjd;¿ed and htfj^'oly disposed of the great hereby of tho ninotecntli ccntiiry,. until ho lake.s a do.sc of M. K. Lurd, to be' found at ^'ihc principal bookH^oroH, at §1.25 ^lor pack-I n;j;o,    It is, indeed, currently re-  -1  this hook ?  \ . li-„It is w) fui! ot wcaknoKSfi.H that I can hhrdly foci th^t if, Ì8 noeiwary ; hut. as you iasist, I will g'ivo voti a f-pooiun’fi Ou pa/»c Bi*; speakin<j id’ Caniphollinni,'Trin nn-r ,^ays,-I* Many of our host and- mo.'t f^jiiritual ii.'CUibera it luiH taken fio;n us.” On jrt^xo ''HiijíÍiü siiy.ii, ‘'Tliis (tho Hihlo basis) uf the líCiíSi'Uiatiori, thoroforo, has caught kc itoh of tl^b<i(<t|C’hri:<tiiinü ill all douoaiinatloii.s."— l.S, lio-ißfjrufrt thu6. “t’ain|.boliism hiisi beniiitiud u.-i IJaiiti.st.s by i/rpj'i vim/ uno/' .‘iuinc uf I 111' ijtriilhri ii." Hu proucods bfloW úi:do-iiriuo t.iio.<io that it dopi'iVO? them uf, uA thaac ‘'Who know nuLhini>- of reli.iiion and caro <i.H ¡iitli; ! " The.-<o wtuo the " very be.st and mo.st «pirituaì meudjois in tho Baptist Churtdi !" What'shall we think of the balance ?  J5.‘ P.—Wc know—\vc fool—our oxpcri-cnoo—‘‘the wind blowoth wlicro it li.steth,” (ve havo a hoj>o. ^Mailem, o.xcu.-ie ijie, ;i6 I mu.H.' make honio onlls. tioud bye.  KVILSFKAKiNO.  itf othorH, in the .saiKo bu.siric.s3 as hitniiclf’?  Tho titno.s arc out of joint with many of T.KÌced, there is no cmpl.oynicnt known to  uur familioH. A day of pro,s¡iority and f)|ofiï^-in;_; has brought with it a i^iuaularity do-ran^^od .staio of honsohuld aliairs. l^iildnMi ituro f.i'-'.or now than cvor  111 II  b.'f  .0..  Thov  and iiianVujod. about  oivirfxod .socioty, where tihc oeeupants of tho nio.'it talented land acconipli.shed circlcs would' havo any occasion to di.sturb ono uuthot% oqu;in!inity in cont)C<|uenieG of a cIoAotu s,« of contact.  • ,    ■ I . . .  The fuoL i'^, the best,; tlic must talented, the uppiM' fitoricH of all the cmploymcntK, aio not overrun. There i.s room onough.for all ly people MOW in our achoois. The i|«ski»g ftjr u luifiy iiui prjiciiiranal-ior HO particularly to thriso which niako no cut, ft>r jioblo, gonerou^ hearted pitriotisin,' proiontiou to religious rcHtraint arid instrue- ¡mj for ijo>oluti!. unflinqhinj; moral endow-tion, a:j we do to tho.so who do. The W’orUl , ment«. jThosu pos.sc.ssinf'these r^tianfiM for will love ite own. It will havo itt< pIortHurcs | ];,bor ca j 'bo both useful and profitalS;— and run its downward courHO. TiioMca of • Sv/io>d Juui naf. corrcct and wholraoMio family di.soiplinc i.s  Tiir, !|T'KKVji:r, and BicAuriFUr..—^Tho  o.)!iio ¡ilio woniaulu'oi  :in Hoon an tiu'y p.ifi3 into the lo.'n.*--. And iicio'tiioy dttuand attontion.M, and claint lieon-.'■uH, which, if peruiittod a (¡uarter ofa ccuitu-ry hiiic:, wouUl liaYC hroujjht di-risiou if uot 1 t],o youn,^ dovere dibciplino ou piireuts.' Wo db n£(^-fe-' |    ig||;  tomb of  Vrosctf is unknown I but the ti'avcllcr  MÓTlNtNÍG.  Above, below, wlist <;h«rrnrt nn In all tho Tflrii'd'vjew, Beforotne all is btirrjlshed sold, B<*liind the twiHclit*» hue  fold  lira. PV(tni4>'it: ,    '  The lefttfiii of truth is working admirahly\^ in this foi^on. Kven tho Baptitit Church ♦hai^ uol proved invulnerable to it» .oiiinipo-'’^ tonco. Tho ^fcak thiujia of God have powor* folly iotrenchpd upon tho vriadojn of this j vrorld. Yea, tho ciboliijlino.'« o£ preaching t ha,s oxpoitftd ithox!raitincs.sofmcn and brought into'dc*olRttoft ihoir mijrhtest sroxkij.  Lnst winter J. U. Jonea hflld o tiieoting of days, as TVBs ruporled in tbe Itoview, the ro* Hiilt of which was that about, thirty totiln btv ealne obodiept to > tho faith. Among thia numbof:w<;p) a faw from tho liuptiHt Church  ported that that quality of Lnrd in au infaiiiblc .spociiic fur many incurable ucrth al ,diseaao.s¡  After 3lr. Peuny shall havo nmdo ^ood his allojration?, from tiic writing of A. (’amp-I iihail-acquaint your rciidcf;? : of tho fact.    J. F. U.  [t’róui the A. C. M<iview.'J  ADiALomiK. -  »nte TO'-'''*' ^bioh 90 Par to the west tbeyj  all nij^bt nwait,  _____,    .bold th oír «tato.  They shan f,ho clear bino faco of morn ; Alonc the fln« coTttlesn sky Thó fi*Pt!y clonds sacoessivp fly.  While bríjrbt prisuiRtic bcntna thoir showy folds ni,lorn.  ono of wh  )Ui vvas a Baptiiit preaobcv, ¿ uian  of conHidéniblc ícgal attaiunienttì, and taoro  “Tsr  IN THE MORNING ANT) IN THE "/■    EVENtm ;  AVhy not, brother, pray in your family in | the morning fts well an in the oveninij; and ; in th<} oycuîncç n? well an in tho momio»?— la pot God thttGod, of the.mornitig os widlàs theííoílof the e^fcninp, nnd^ tho Qvoning aa well »S the njoroln{î? I» not God jnfinitoly j good, îiiercSîfal and gracious all the time; tho same yeatejrday,-to day, yôrrr«*/'f Are not his înercîüs .iBCVT cmy dny? cctry honr?^ Why not ticknowludeo this when you riso up, .iivben yoQ lio dowa, whon yon jço out, when jotl cotu^' iu? Wake to rightcoiisrie.-'.s., ain  J''-. -'--J; - - , ,  not. Why not bow the knee regularly, uni-iformly at tlich^s 60t times, implore God’s Oicrcy on yourself, your wi^’e, your.Uttlq ■ oticH, yotir friends, yonr neighbors, the Vfholo world ? Is praying breath Tn vain ? Have you etec f^nud it.so? Did you ever lose any thing .tcoiporally’ or spiiitually by reiidiug ' God’s Wiird, Binging his praifte, pourtu|^ out yonr ilriiolo spul in fervent &\ipplicutjo!iB ?— Never, rtrcrr, brother, 7)m -but you havo alwayfi been the gainer, seven f^ld. Strango,; then, ujarvclously Btranga, yoa ehonld i/arij omit so pliiio, so positive, fio happy, «ojoy-; ou.«', so profitufclc a duty; a duty yon owoi . / yourself, your God, yonr fumiiyJ Brother,; what do you ?pcao to do? ¿epent of thi.s  thy great wtckpdneas ' Whut, oefih'ci fumi^  • ii -ij'  ly prnyer, «veii-wiCM?, ciflicr iiijht or luorn-ingi Can yom dardyou ? *lIottern thousand times dispcnHojUithbrciikfust, dinner and Roj -,per. What is tcmporiil food compared with Bpir-  thnu onlitiarily versatile in various brauxhcs of kno\Tle<lge and ^cieuee, aud withal a man of irrcproachabhi ohanictor and chariuteris-tically uoted for his indepondenoy of souti« jBoiit aa well as lihcrality of opinion. Thie b'omowhat osaoerbttted tlia miud of tho rogu-Inrly pppointed luiuiHter at WooBter, wUoj ut the instip;:Uioa of a few of his “bright,"* par-tioular s(«rfi,” repaired tt) thu bcotio of conflict where tho broach was made-~but not, however, until the afrgiessor, Drt^i J out«, had gt/tten clean out of reach—and thcu and ihere did publioly dcclare in the bearing ?f hia dour Baptist broth ran—who, aa tho ae-,quel will fihow, knew moro than their pa<jtor ~that the “i.’ampb^lites,” wcalled had uo-Holy Spirit btit what they bought, and Mpld' and eaniod iu their own pockets j and dft-clitctid, furthor, that thia same miuorablo and hcrotical people denied spiritual regouemtlon and the divinity ¡oi’ Jesus Ohiist.  Tho jurctiility of this good BaptiHt picoch-er, hiB un.sophlBticatcd nataro, his want of expei icncc in a reforui«tory world, as well as his dispoHition to listen to, eud confide in, older heads and moro dcsigninji«; hearts, must serve OH a flufBcient excuse for hi.s fanciful raanipulatoins beforo a ^rajiing and creduluutj world. Conso^^uont iipou this demon.Htratiun of thespiriv'(of canial man) a few of hlH cx-aspenitcd biethreu burred tho door of the rucetinji-houno to tho further iasTtra of oc-clcsiiiwtic innovator!!—although it wn.s h “union hoiise,” erected by the contributions ofalj cbti^oa, in a,nil out of tho vuriou.-? denomina. lions, for the - benefit of the eomraunity at liir^ie; and barred the door too, in oppo-iition to a resolution adojited by this same liaptifit Church, to thtjcfTcot that whcnuvor not unod by them, it thould bo, upon alike t ^ nil donom-; inatioiiH.  i    JoncH W;vs uirHin iscnt fur V)V the Bap-  ! li.st prcacix'r i fJr.i. Tnyi‘>r) alro.Hdy ailudt d to, ' whom, byjUo ;;nico oi (rod, Hro. Joofs had C.^urertod I«.» the ¡>riiJCiplo.s of the roforma-  Whera.lbo foltowinj:; dialoguu beiwoon u Bajitisl preacher and 11 youn^^ lady of tlie church of Chr'wt, took pUou, wo prétend not to Hay positively. It uiay hifvo been in Kentucky, as “Trimmer,’'or 11 Bapti.st prcacher by.the names of Taylor, lives in Now Castle, Ky.j where he wrote .tho«c marvellous esoays on Campbelliam that «ppeared in the We«t-orn Recorder, tiud h»ve «¡nee appeared in a pamphlet, under the VitU*,/‘Bible .Koowlodge ¿be death of CiimpbelliHm, or Kler 1>. P Ilen-dornou, Iloviewed, by ‘Trimmer,’ a/irix B. T. Taylor, of New Custle, Ky.'' We only promitio to givo.the ßonvernation a« it came loua. 11 wna aß followa :  Ihipfiiit PrníoAíTi—I undortìtand, that you have joined the Ca Jipbcllitcs.  young hadi/.—You tindcrstand, sir, in thav cabcj, what is Moorrcct. You firp really miiitaker|^  13. r. -^Iow cun I be ml«taken '! I havo boou so iui’ormed by mo^^t orcditablo^author-, -  y L.—You are, Kir, clearly mi.stakeii, I have joiucti ujyrfolf to the Lord and united with h.ÍH dirioiplcs, aud am truly hap]iy that I  have 'done so.  B. P.—That ÍH what they all »ay, but it Is  the eamo thing. It is a nvost dungoi'ous  doctrine. 1 am truly HOriy that witli your  iutolligoiice and inlLuouoe, you phuuld havo  taken Huch a &tep. ,Yo'ur best friendH relict  it. ^ . ; y, 1j.—KL havo finy goud friends who ro- '  grot that I havo made u profosaion uf*" 1,'hii.s-  ».‘o,,rt c unii becoUia u di.-jcipJu of (/liri^it J Cnii .  itual? what the bread that p6n.shethr."ompared    , ,    , ,  ... . , -    V I    lie eatue. lie not only c?une, but h«'  With the bread pf etorual lift—angel s lood .  Stari'o the body to a akelcton if you c.boof>o  After laboâ'iug fiiith-  but tho KOul,  ! Brother, coui-  moticc anew to feerve God; turn over a new leaf—-eonfcss your sin bofuro Gcd, your i'uui-:ly, yi ujf iifitihbors—this' great ujountain, ¡gill! W’alk softly hencofurlh; take the l>i-^hie, that blei<h'cd loi.fc, read therein the wordfi :of eternal life, sing priti.sea to God, ¡.jog praitofi/lune your lu art-—b<jW hunil>iy, Uicok-ly—lift up holy hundii to God, every morn* evening—will you ?  I fi.iw and conoiiered.  fully l'or ton di^y.s, ■ iti reheartìiii'.i thè . heavcaly pian ul' fialvatiun, uud huviu-stipulatod, uecoìdiiig fo thè Hcriptures, thè ' oiily pobsibie biiàÌB of Chj'ifitian uuioii and comtiiunioii, a’id Jiuving exhortod ibciu to ' eaiit their t-rccd.s to’tho niulos and bat.^i, aud ' to di.Hcard all'tradiiion.^^ of mou, ami tu plani ; th'euitfólvóti upr-n tbo rock of eternili trulli, t-even rnenibcis of thè Ba'itiht Cbur^h, whu had 9en,-t<l as ‘’regular«" on aii avcrage of |  tiaurtyund bccuwo u dtócqd only tìsy that i regret und deeply deploro ihaL they ore opj«>s£;d to Chriatiauily, ai,U hopo they may yot havo bettor light.  }i. i'.—i have not time now to Larry, but have brought you a littlo bo<^k, vrhicL, if you ploa.5«, you wiil road. [At tlic saiue time  handing it to her.]  Y. Ji.—(Taking the book and looking at  tho litio,) i have «een tiiln, [\S-iuling.J Tlie J •i.‘seipK;H arc laugK'iijg at thw ni> tii.v woakoHl thing out. Thuy aio ]ia.-hi;ig it round that all the bieUueo nlay hco \vhiit a pour weak thin;," it is. Tiioy think tho Haptifi.s aio hard ¡,■r^:^;u;d timi, i huii' ].i ¡ uolierfi .“hould rettori to tiio ciieuìànua oí' òuch a poor, little,  Woak ti;iiig.  15. P.- --Ì think it I) truo,^ and that Tiiin-  uier lia.s reiiJirod guo'.l sci \ ice to iho^Baptint  caubu ill i'arniahitig thir. little b(;ok. 1' am  aliuid that you are prououneing upon thirt  j book without having roatl ii. ^\ ha:, i« there  I in it, .that you object tu '/  I Ì. h.— I ill ink the whoio t^ig wroi);; in ! (Spirit, in dueirmcand u toiiy svaiiiing in ability 'Ihu thing irt ao un'M’iihy ih.ii our wii-tt f.-' rol'ii.-<o to rovioir it, aduiie ibc l.i'ilhieii to read it and tln'-y uill iiiid iu iolutalii,ii in  In our estimation, there ih scarcely any nin flo injuriouH in it« tendencies, and yet bO common in chutcheB. Its pruvftlence amoug profcH.-ied Christiuns, at -the'jiresent time, is truly nBtonitiliiii«; and itd effects upon ti.o ehuroh, on tjie ministry, on our sociotio.H, urül * on tlif world, aro fearfuf indeed. 'I'here soeni.s to be a perfect mania fur publishing* fiiult.«! und failures, and for magnifyoug bluur derfl and indiHcretions, for miHcon.^truing words and actions, suspecting evil de.'signs and predicting evil re.suUs~in a won’, for detraction and slander. , We. s^e it in our mis.'iionary Hociuiie.s, in our Bible flocietics, in our publi.shing Kooietip.s, in ouf Churehe!^, » ttmong our minintcr.^, and in our papers.— Mifi.sionaries tind their Boards .speak evil of each othoji* ai’.d peporute; Bible Scioieties say fiui publi,Kb huvd things of each other, and even of th'irown nicmbor.‘î; publication ansi-eticfi nro jculous, and strive to rend each other; the member.<j of tho ehurohea magnify each otber'8 faults; ministers speak and write evil tWtigs of i'ach other, ' and injxire Or de-stroy each other’s reputation and use ulness; ar.d editors bite and devour each other. Private hitters, full of dotraction, are going in every direction, poisoning the popular mind, and sowing the yccdu of suspicion, di.fcord and ruin in , every departineut of life; and our uewdpaipcrs huvo bcoouie the couitnon vehicle  for evil and mi.srepresentation.  What the end of all tliia ig to bo, God only knows; but its destructive tendency i.s dai-. ly becoming .more manifest; and unle.s.s it bo speedily urre.iited, ruin must bo the regult.— Harmony and confideucc, to say nulhing of broth'arly lovo, is rapidly being destroyed, and no inan feels safe, even utiiong liis own Tati’tKr«!)',In either hi.s réputation or position.  If ho ever committed a blunder or f.iult iti his whole life,-no m.ittcr huw' sorely repent-cd or how thoroughly reformed, he is liable at liny moment to have it paraded beforu tho public, through some roligiou.H paper (?) or whispered through some private letter. No dUl’ciHincc l ow important-or u.seful hi.s position, he is liable at any moment ti havo 'his words aiud act-i mt>'consi.rued; aud by .some secret be removed or vuiilôd. In fact, one mulst never have oominittod a single mistake or'fault in life—/itn.i/ ¡me:    p. r/'riJ. —must have never olfondod any ono, muit do nothing to eroile the 'onvy or joalou.>-y i>f uny one, and tnnst hnve no o])inron, no o.,ii;d of his ovrn^ if he would e.scnpe tho pro.-ont .spirit of evil .‘:pi*ftking.  Brûtliron, how long shall ihi.s .^liainoiul  state of th 111 gH continue? Can there bo nothing done to arre.st Ibis swelling tido of ruin Ï Hluill di.strufet, and jealou.sy, and liaiiod, and ovil spc.tkiug continue longer to rend r>ur societies, ovijijdc our ehnieho.^, and dru-troy our ministers? and ^hall tho oam-o of (!hrii't be conxtantly seaodali/.nd ihn.irjh W hero i^ tiui lo\i;, llir long  never strong and binding where the fo.ar of God does not control the actiou as well as the heart. Wo cdairn, that in u religious j si/ikerf bi:rfhh*st .'it the well of Jacob: The family, whero the parents arc member» of | o^»''rt'Ons( pal.'iee kif tht* wfse'st niid woathiest tiio Cliureb, they arc^ botvnd uiorally to go- I of ihonai chs, with the bednr and g'fdd, and vern their children, to ,watch carcruily their conduct, to guard their as.sociates, and to permit iio practi6c8 and play» which; In their  optnings and results, will lead to settled habit.s of immdrality and disssipntion. A wain of this carci’nl and eohstant fumiiy discrimination and^uardianshjp i.s the curse of the times, "i’arcnts now allow their children indulgoncos which would have brought a tremor, if not n .shudder, on the cooacieuco whoa their own priucjiples wc.rc llt:iaer and purer tli.au they tvre now. Pmetices have coiuo to our knowledge of late, known; to cd-liht ill some families, wbicb are a downright  ii'ory, aiirl eveti the gteat Teiiipli:-of 'Jcruizi-lein, liallpwlöd by tho vístbíd gîory of ihv ¡De-ity biin’sjlf ftjo gone ; but Solomon’«, reWr-  disgrace to both the ri sieu of the parents.  ligiou find thq profes I’cfor to games  1'  played, to drinking, to dancing, to vile asso-j’ ciatipns, to theatre .going, to comic eonctrtS;^ to yabbath-breukiiig, calls nud parties,, to dress, aud many other iud.ulgeuces, \yhich if continued will lead to ultimate scandal and reproach, and causo tbo bitterest releiiting '^‘-oul, when "oo late to reii.icdy^thc evil.  why 1.-J all this, pormitted uow, more lb ) at other times ? liasmorality and so. “ diseiplinc so detorittted, that ehildreu must bo permitted wildly to fly into the liishious of the world, iu order to be pronounced aud coa.sidered polished in tuauncr.-'? This upiug the fu'iihiouablo and tho coquette arises from a false esUmuto of what aceom-dishos the geutlenuai and graces the. lad3^ Our families to- be rospectublo® should be good, and to be useful s'l.Ould be piously, ed-uc.ited. The. realities of life are too stern au 1 its cocillicts too ijjighty to b« overcome W’ith tho more tir»Rclings of what the world j-yroMounce fashionable and pnpuhir, but \v‘liich is, in reality, tho .‘ippc.nrancc, tbo vain .show which dazzles to bewilder, and which invite? only that it may blast the hope and ruin liiic Boul. Thousands of iuisorAblo and, disgraced sons aud daughters are eking out a wrc|chcd exisloncc, who bad they been fa-vorodlwith. correct and moi’al fumiiy training uiigh<| have been useful members of society, honoriiblfffto parentage and country. We . ask of parents couslderatibn on this subject. -r-ClirisU'an Jldvocati:.  voirs are ns pcrfect bh ovòr. Of the hncient architecture of the Holy City, Hot oiie stone-of left upon onotUer; but the poòl óf líatln?s da comniiinds the pilgriní'a ¿■overen'ce at the pre,«ent düy. The coUtmris tit Persojjiolis are tnouldcririg into dust ; but its ci.Htcrhn and ne-qUedut'ts retrihin fo chàllftngb'onr admiration.  * Tlife goblen hoit«« of Nero is ii hna.s8 of ruips; but. tho Aqnia Claudia fitill pours into Romo its limed strenm.! The temple of Úie sun at Tadnior in the wilderness, has fallen; but its fotintaivis sparklb as freshly in his rays as wlien thousands; of wòrshipers thronged its lofiiy colonnndes. It I moy be that London will share the fute of |Baby)on, and nothit g be left to mark its sité save mounds of crum-bKha: lAickwork. The Thames will continue to flowias it does now. And if any wolk of art should still ri.ic over the deep oeoan of time, wc may well beli^'‘*i that it will be neither a palaco nor a teiHplc, but sutue v.-ist »c-. qucduet or ivheryoir ; aud if any name shouW flash through the miac of-antiquity, it wow/rf probably be that of a umn who' in his ■ sought the hiippiness^of his lcllo%v-mcuT^tli-er thau their glory, aud linked his name to .some great work of national utility and be-nevolcuce. 'Iliis is t^io true glory which outlives all other, and shiuis with undying lustre from gencrati^ u to goneratiuii ; impartiiij: to works some of iUs immortality and in some degree rescuing thetn from tho ruin which -overtakes the ordintiry mouumehfs of historical tradition, or mere tuagiiiüeeuce.-r-/.Wííi-Inn-g. ,    ;  AFFFCTING INCIDKNT.  UPON STORIES OF; THE PROFESSIONS.  Olir journal.'i sulforiiig, Miid thè Ì'c)r,iiv<.iic.-..s ..i' i Ini.t? — Wlu'i^o Ìh tli«'-bruì hió ly l<.\o, .iO.i ¡’..iIi.-mi-iiUói'j nini fellovvNhq), nml tlif    u|' our  futhors ?  Will you noiI, Olio ami all, po i>m\v, Ìm.iiio-diiiN'Iy, ìììhI hi'W brJoro yiiiir l-'alln r, ami ,ii.sk bis forgiveno.'^K l'or o\ory uiikiiui.Hiiiiit;lii iii.d woi'il, and H'-k nini to keop yoii in ‘ ih" uni-ty ol'ilio ;-.]i.iil, in thè botulh of (lO'ioi-'r ' < ), tlial 111' iiitiy Hiill the t»oubli d wali i.-, iiiol li;.':aÌ!i iiil the oliUlelie;< uitli ¡n lof. ^.ihI har-iiioiiy, iiiiJ l.ivo. —'/l'iti' lltiyfi.-tl.  llethatwill iiot |>erniit bis \/>'.ilth lo do anv i;o(ul to othoi-M w'iilo ho i.t ulivo, pi'0\eiit.s il frolli doiiij!; g.ioil lo liiiii«! If wlu-ii he Ìh doail ; iilul by lill o^oti.-lii wlnoli i' -ni-ei.lal, oiitM liiiii-i ir oil fr. ni ilo' (im ' : ... me iiei’o, aiid tlio hi;.;ho.'^t li.ip! in > !.. .-..i' ti.<r.  -6 . ,  A young man is suid to h.ivo inquired of  Diniel Wed>stor whether there was any root>a for him in the legal profe.ssiun. liis answer was, that there was room enough for thousands in the upper stories of all the professions. 'Jo a easu.’il observer, tho proi’es.^ioCB all .sui:ai tu bo full : they seem, indeed, to to crowded to excosa with young aspirants.— The reason is because'we look only at the l.iwer stories of the piiii’essious; the- niorij ex-alU'd and intellectual portiouü^of them do not eoiiiT! under our notice. When a m;rn, tIuH-iiiore, tells ns that there is abundanco of room tor more lawycm, preachers and di'C-i tors, \vo are ro idy to pass it a'i hyperbulc.^— W'l! Uiul ii liaid to bring our mind to believe ili.it. a .singlo individuid caii elbow his way ilirni;;li iliu hungry w>wd ihat tliroiii;-; e\e-I ly ¡irol'o-'sii.iiial bu'ini's.s within our aequ-.dnt-¡ anee. Vet it is doublle^M true that t!io liigli-or grados of lueutal euUure exist nowliore iu loo uroat proi'u.-5Ìon. Whether wo in.iko our iii.piii'ies among ilu' professions, the soiouee (O- tlio literature of uur eouiitry, we^hall Und ,1 piueitv r.ithor tliaii a siniiliiS of liiii.sluil t ili'iit Is tlier-i ,iiiy il.nit;or of rir.-it i-las.., lite '  : r.iry minds boing jo.'tlod on aeeoiint uf w.uit of 10..in in the d 'lnain of litoraturo 'f Li any tlaoj'-'r -oj’.soii iitilie aoiuooii being I-1..1I1 at a disiMHint ii'oiii Wiini ot’ --nli].ci'' ot' fmtiii-r iiivosii”,Ilion t'onbi not u !\ w moro ' ..lii.lislii'il jiii i.^is and dij'loin,!;Umi . lO;.. V    \0i. Ill Ilio \arioii.'. doji.inuiüiii.-»  Cuui<l 1.10t » phy>ieiau of  The New Orleans Courier of Sunday morning relates the following affecting iuei-^dent :  “ On Mondsy Inst, a gentleman coming into the city from OaykK, f,,und liimself setting vu-(t-vis with a coiij.pany of strangei.s, in v.'iiom he bccamc intere.'^ted. On inquiry, he fuiiud th<; patty consisted of four youths from Kentucky, going toJ'Nsw Orleans to sock their fovtuuc. “Aro you not afraid of tho fover?” said our friend “ Wo did not know tbo danger when wo started,” was the reply. I advise you,” said our iViend, -to take the return for Jackson, or you will doubtless, soon bo occupants of our ‘graveyard. " “Wo had rather die than go back,” was tho atiswer. They came. Our friend t.illowedithem to their boarding house and watehcd itheir fate. Thieo o£ them havo been hufied; tho fourth camnn sur\ivc.— liit.fl.  A UNIVEUSALIST KEPROVKD UY A LITTLE GIRL.  I ol yjoverniuenl  ’V Baptist preacher who had turuod U'ni-vorsidist, was expatiating,. as most new cou-vort.sto this and other sectarian etrors...eucr-ully do, upon his favorite one idea doctrine, when a girl present, who h.-vd been instuict-od iu tho reading of the Bible, was li,>teniug unobserved to the eouversutiòn. The Cui-verbalist at leugtlv assorteti that tbeiv was «.1 .r. r//, whei. tho little girl got her Bible, and turning to tho pas.sage whero the Ap^.'stlo say.s that Satau wjts "j.oing about as, a rK.>ar-ill;; lion, sooking whom he might de\our," .sliowi'd it to him lie felt nud acknowledged the robuko, ei.uning t’rom so unexpected u sovii'oo, and so dirootly auta>.^nistic u> iHe ai-  xv VUOU io,' Ua.l UUvd,'. lU- VlivI vO)if»'Uih< t«M*  t!u' nord of liod, atul aehiid hail seen it aud iiiled it out to him.  d K, H  « ♦ • .............« .  • ''oîhing bcjxs eouâdeui.0 »ocoet j il.a^i punctuality.   

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