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   Fond Du Lac Journal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1853, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               NUUM Wwkly by tuna, IB adviaee, ottoenriw at Ue ustul VOLUME 7, NO, 30. FOND OU LAC, WISCONSIN, THU11SBAT, APRIL'.21, "WHOLE NO. I .KIT T1ICKMMT XOHHINO IT EDWARD BEESON, Mi MoOrea, Bell Butlor Brokers, I.AC, WMCONflK lMliw.li> on York .ml llwtnn, w on lialitlu, IMrolt, Cln- vliwlt itml Olili-itar, M IHT el do ___ __ 0" Mllwmiliiv lUojiHi A fr' yvret. Darling, Wright Co., f.1 ,wr r.-itr 'M niiticMirill nfiy ce-.i ul in mi I INI 6 mi in the pvr rvttl. lin Banking tad Oolluc ton Office. fjtiHff tind Insuinrn-f Axmtiii I'ONIi Dl! on Oilnijri', on MilitHiikw, o nn t .'liimvj llie Iri-liunl iinil Sralhinil, nltlivtowi-il II. K. IIOM.KY, THE STATE BAjVK iiw Ultra) IhMthun-lral, 00 mo.vV ,o fnrm.......... >1 WI M.MMMlN. Its, on rime form.......... 3 HI) m rule Axel by utiitute. iota, u> miuirii niiciition, inirtl rtw PAID. J WO II fit r firm. fflltr lll'tff fV :in I, nf tnedtv nt l-'miil it.i u jifrfbv irttil'l'illy lo Ae -jiarc rattf. 1 S. MAR8I1 A1.L, IV Alll> IIKK3ON. UOV.U. HCCK. KKKO.% HHOT.'i Kit. s B II. I O r at :unl HuHci nl HuHcitor In iin-l Fo'iil  iuin> to 8Uit purrlluM.'1'a, ul nmrkpt i.ff Inicrc'sl iilluB'cil on for nMluil iH'i-io la. fob Cm -nliO vofeiri ttrnthlng alrt of Hwith uiuovn tmm (ilmvo Ail Ibllhtlr nwunrc, llteh In cwleniw, unit clur, TJiCn, uiy jpirli imwwn, JojrOHt intiurel r.tnr. ktiil furtti Tompkins Whitney. In to llwk lnyt, Ornw In roumlo.ir lire Wlitlo Hie IHrtitd unit inilllnu, l lliu mrili wUh Inctnie rlfc. the o Vr lira river, Tromiilcyuty tw I cnn nrml ititir notM Koc tliey ulng fliMrhit Tint llw 'priiiff la flint uiifulillii'g All iu U'liutivi to our "lulit, Aiullln" nnturv'i teumlng, With llie love ot llfaven brittlii. Carnal and Spiritual State of Man, srwif tJmerrufitnix vpna the nutiiri- of true wurxhip, ttntl Go.rpel Aliri- IIV WII.I.IAH (I-IINCI.IUIKD Nor we to he di.-cotirnjf f d. if Storage, (Comminion im, wt. Uw w. nmler sense of deep pi-veriy tn Pork. Ornjn. Suit, Fond tin Lac, Wisconsin ftrrivi; an, I Itfjivc iv, r wlon-f for on L'tkt- anil l''u.x> Wulf iiml S. n.1 i.-i.-. f IWiv ST AXCHH r in Chiiiierrr. it VV. f.MNR. >r .-it I.imr. HII.I .S" nin. Uilice on i formiijlt.il t Smith, Brothers, Sltiniiff, Funrtirtliiii! iV MliKU HANTS; Taycheeclsih, Wisconsin. n o-sr wluuf irt fv- I anil WlncuiiHlii K. worm. At I. tw t O.licir in i Bluck, M l-rnrr -in 1 On f.r. KKTCIIl.'M, >r -it r. BATON. ft. K y alii llll l for if this dows no! iit-ise fiorn uiifail hfnl- tn'ss our pint, it is >i highly acccpttt hit1 slate, however l.uiniliiiting in Im mini ii'ittire. "BN'siit-vi me the poor in Hpiri f'.r tip irs isti'i kingdom ofhtniv [Mit't v, 3 J Bui it we persevere, xnd l.'inl n.'t, we shall, in the lime, no man C'm hiislen, ed'y leap the son Imivesl of Hint peace. tl, Fill uinU'r- .-tiindinjr, fl'liil. iv. we shall at limes, in i'tir hnwide. mul si enl-wailing, t'e 1 He ml xviii. Ksi'Hii.'infiirf iin.l rivli nf r uiul I'tiiU'il L'ntlrry, illnln-s, l.'liinim-yfi. iMu.sif, Klutinn.-. l.'liimiifN, TL.VS, Y.-inktT ni'HClSetvof together; mid Xiomtnrung and oth- er. wliiit iippniliHlinn thin WIIH market hy Ihe Almighty himself, an pi-0IK by this dtjchirniion prophet (Muhtchi iii, 10, "They that the Lot'd, spnko ofu'ii oiin (o number; nnd tj'tn Lord herirkiMiud, und liuitrd it, and n brink 'of reineinliiHiicu writ- left hpforii him, for them thnt. (fined the Lord, nnd.thitt thought upon hin imrne, And tihiijl be mine, saiih ihn Lord nfh-Hts, in thnt diiy whon I mnkc up my jewels; rtml I will wpurtt ihem tin n rrmn spnretri hia own son that aorvotli liim" mny doriv; thd in the tlisclnira'? of this ry duty, in very nn-nill comj tht> grncio-rs proini.su of tho the Chinch, "Whoro two o1 jjilthered together in my re urn I in midnt of 20.] Thi.-i cnn only under stood of lit- Npiritiml in the Hzirne rriimtitvr nn cortifurtin.tf his t nor rfi.-ii'iptw, it short time lliey we're deprived of his Imdily prusence, hrf U'lN them. "Ln! 1 am wiih you id wnys, i veti unto the utid of the [M iff. xxviii', Hero the obli'gnii..n to tho potformiince of lej; il cfremonieH heinji n. nrly Hi tin end, our Lord more clmirly pointu out to hiH chocen tidlow- eis, the nnlute oflhnt transcendently jjlojiiuiH dispensHtion which Wns nhi.nt 'to hurist lorlli upon iht) win Id. O the hi'HVrnly'. the consoling Isinfrnngc! "Let nol your heail lie troubled: ye helieve (iod. lielit-vi- nlso in me. In my me ninny iminfions. I KO to prennre a plucB lor you; llial where I nm.yr mny he [J. hn xiv I, 2. 8.] O.'lhe depth of the love ol ChrUl he will never ]enve IUK people; will hnve them him wliern he in- heints filled wilh the love ol God; 'is. nnd even in ijlory forever. ciples hiilu'ltfi enjoyed his blessed conip'Hiiy, nnd hnd even beon eye wit- to tlii- ti experience n joy liir s Hny ihiiii; which iliis woild can ufl'ord. iToiild liny poor niottHl mure limn to feel a decree ol unii in Innn 10 Sloru in Wnnl'i- corne of fin l N. II. iiltui i.'ii lo fl'arctii-j l-'uiiiVilii ITnli ISM. n21-tf lie (jj nf I'vi'ii wilh him UIK.) KttsiuiiiN i he I .hill s I. Di.'Hi'is. i'-nt ;in-l -'niinly nri' tliv C'onrl Komi AMOS J -i r (1 .-MiirN ni' UK- Sta ,'cniiM-ia! i.lfit'tr, Tnl Diil'i: V A- HODCK .ir, in I Sili.'itnM i'l Itlmn -i-.i. io llnivy's UU nf th Mr IMn'-iril' v.yi rn AMI CI.IH.' KLI.KI! Hi.'. fan iril In Wrifth! ,t Miller ri IHU-IL-, n'ln r. 1-k iluni; Ill: II f-l-iU't lii'u r -nfi I.-tit y tn i MAKKII, in a P mihnvf tiin l .-tnil April IM l.v'-S I'rnir Ihu-ni Im I'vili: Vhr in'tirly to Mnki.-r In h wmit rt-imirt.il Fon.1 uch B miinnor as to become preach- ers of even- in iho mtin ne.r of iriitiBiiciing thorn in ihn view of tlm world, whereiby otir }ienvelily Fath- er may be jjlorifii-d. Tne Savior, when inti'tcedinx for the stiitl, 1 pi nut that thotl shouMest them out of the wor-it, Imt tliHtthou shmild- tnirn iho [John esl keep xvii tin m nnd tnlimiite mnliner; "I barn yet many things to soy unto yon, but ye iienr them now; howheit when he. the sjiirit of truth, is corne, he will guide yt.-n iitf.jjiOtriirh; Inr notspenk of'him elf; lint wlidt never he shall hear thiil. nhidl he spi'nk; ttnd l-e wil! show y u ihintfs to [John xvi. 12, 13.] A in! agiiiti, iti thai nfl'ec'inp pmyer to his P 'ther, he extends his views thro' all iiijes unto us. "Neither prny I for these nlone, bur fi.r them nlso of whirl) shall believe on me ihroiir. Ii their word; thai they may he one; ns thon. Path Hint I in lliMt they one in "I in fliem. er, art in leslriclion in (lit; I'hutch ol Christ lot we shi ultl be found atietnjiliinj to limit tin; HdyOne. Hiiin.-in lenrninij, however nsffnl in proi er place, c-m by no ruemiB of itself rjualify f.ir a rnin- isti r of gospel; they who depend upon it mny expect lo incur thin rebuke. "They run, and I have not sent, tin m, therefore they .-hall not profit ihe peo- ple." Si'me i.f first p.eachers were poor -.intl yet how pnwcif jl w stlieir ininisirv. The Lord's propli- et Ann is. when declining his romnrmsiim says, "I was no prophet, m-iili-er 1 a propln-t's son, Iiul a gnlherer of svcu- 'I'liin witter found Many other muntcatioii between wo cull the t'.eatl, ant) intlividiiHls nidi in tliu hotly, wells Irive been made nil over L'urope, i i-; llie of Chiinlinnliy tor various and the, uniforiti n tlivinvly originated nr.tl ctu- hint brun that we find ihe etu lh i enlfilnined by Hiiy iticri'using in bent the lower however iu llm jiutificulion of down. Add to this t'ie lestitnoiiy of (hose who work iti very deep and we ascertain iho fuel lhat the rate nal Manifentatioijn are renlly ciu-ei) by o( heat inciea.ifs n' out one ee f..r j 'he rpiritu of Ihe departed, hut nol every fifty feet of so I'M t if ive i wete lo down two miles we Tin- phpiifirnena known Iv njiii of (he lilest. 1> U tnie wilh llie tirmonit: find hoilitiir water; and al ten mi leu win te'if tlie often that intKht reHHohtildy t-xped to nrrive nt ignited Is nil then hcni-Mlli tis on fne? I HITI not prepared lo cnv, with moil.-, lint is inning uiul (hon :n thnt. they maybe inmlt- pei feel in [J.ihn xvii. 20, 21.23 j And llie npostle Paul lays sucli stress upon thf> necessity of ihe indwellitifr i.f Christ in his disciples, ihnt he thus ex- hi.rts tlii-   hns been alrendy snid, only under the influence of lliis Divine Spirit in the h' thnt acceptable worship cnn he. prttotmcd; wi bout it, thonii-nt i xcolleut fiirm of words will lie employ- ed in viiin, as well nM tiutwaid riles HIH] cfri-montes. It cannot be d. it bled thnt m.iny pious persons, who ure in the use urr'retpiirrd 10 Bilinii istor freely.' They of rlism, offer ncci-ptnhlij wo-ship, yel j must not to fix thn utleinion its ncceplnncc con.sisfs not in the. lorm ilieir hearer." upon Ihetnselves; hut di- is, by the control and of the living human beings by etnbdtlied human inctirrccily teitnt-il "di-viK" in our English vonioti more frnil; nnd iht; Loid culled me, and theory. WimevMho j-ey "i the siitd iinti> me, speak to my people hot arr i 6- The Uet ihnt thn cvilrlmmctl-r of thi-st1 modern rpiiii" in denionslrcleil liy iheir di'nial the iimpirHtion ol' ilic ISilile, f nn did thimi) in lie rtniiiw nlnlR fur- irierly, when he .hit! of such ihe mdid rock is connected with any ex- tornul for, Htnnng the cold, icy nioiintnins, iheieHie volcmfes burming up lo the height of 12 f In mul Soii'b Amt'ric.n we find itrt'Hl bursting out. The fact Bill Htulti, n set form nf words CNII never be applicable nt nil times to tht) mtme poison, much le-M to B mixed mul litutle. Ii is indeed nwlul ih'niR for one in tht) coiiHlfltit hnbil setisunl iippct.itm, in in the Source of Purity, in fn.'titimenlii tind willi win Kutie.cl t" lliosc wlin IIIIVD arrived nt rsperit'tic'e in tin wink or This would mockery nod if mnn atnl how lh ten., rntiol ft he viewed by ititf of heit'ts! May rot cue h expert nn'-wer, "Your inrp tine an titiiiJ1 Kvon they wlin din. puKCil know not wlmt toFti'k hut the Spirit helfietlii tlteir infitiri'itieftj iniinl-iitlt of wlidt Is bcitt for imipi'lVttN, our mtii't he divinely inltuen BtiJ diieoti'd, if pruy My. cm oiity be pi r- fnrfnetl "in "frith and in [John, iv 93, nnd auch Wnrwhippern ire wu.-j tht; kingdom of hi'HVen, f Hull. xix. li. This lam nnd most perfect dispen- sitiioti exi't-eitn till olliern, iti not merely (fiving lor the rognlHlioti ofnin' rxtertiul c iidin-l, but it applii'ii d'mU'ly lo iht> very untirce from which oil ncii- im nl unit nf evil, it every int- pnrw ihoiiuhl; uiul ihr very nf hftit Thin, HIM! this on y. the rn'dirnl c'lirvfiir the cviln of nuiiire nnd if niilirtiit- teil found would convert the wiWertirtis nfihin world int-in parndisr; it wttuld "nrikfj- her wildetneM like Riteti.ntiil imt- dpnert like the I he Ijoid; joy fhtudd no Ihi'iein, thutik-'Kiviiiif, nnd tint voice uf mflndyj" [Iitaiuh li. 3 J fVnm Rhodf Ulitnd, havind by ('ougnw for rim, Indimitm to be rery re In reply. Amonj thirnfft bv llie Guvc Dnr f Rliodo rrom of bin lal- y, in umi j i-, lite world is on fire. It been on It WHS kindled time of rvention, ami ing tivrr sincr. nl l.urn An nmonittit collotpiy CMrnc of re cefltly nl the tmpper table on Imnrd one 1 f our i nuiern between n B mi on exquisite, reekinjr with Imir-oi! and who "deniinfi the waiters, nnd very conscrpieiiliol nils, nnd B mw who by side, drttsni'd in home spun. Turning to his "vnljt former pointed liis jeweled fii'gcr, mid MM iii; "1 K. e it in." coolly replied Jonathan. "Btittur, sah, I nay, ftmctily ifjie.ted the "1 know Brxt-Mite provokitigly n-itumtwl hotnt rpilli. "BuTTF.n, t li'H thundered the iu Btilj loiiil r tonw, p. ml ti g willi unmoved !ifce i-eortiV i if htt would htm "Wall, itonh t.f iff iirtw ywllc'd the dtind'lfr up m 7nu l it uif upon his III hwi not iu Vottwra grel lii'tetly Insn. whfii thry lo feel infei ior in knowlege lo ttlmo-t evei y one they coriveise with) Bmi wlvivw .nil, if Itiey shiMiti! >-ver moiin-ts, when feel their timWliiy iii tl'tect or Mir  r fotnk otd- HKRN now r Lnn-'tin sn citv, end their tti imm- nw But if thn o( Nttievth cuuM rttvinit Mftli, they the nm rumlrcd nnt! twenty HltTM. ,.tid that nf NiMrak lara fa but MM and M ithurcb rf St. fcu Htmm itJaa t-v-   

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