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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - December 13, 1843, Wellsboro, PennsylvaniaPrinted and in. From the Christian family Magazine. The final judgment. B x the editor. Tat the world furnishes us with in retold of Many deeply interesting and As the destruction of cities o kingdoms the conflict of a mooring out Riners of blood and to realms with weeping and wailing fas g ing of the Law wis a 8" when Jehovah unwrapped the majesty and appeared on the d out terrible thundering and lightning of trumpets while Sinai Shook t and1 burned to its Summit and 10 exclaim i exceedingly be Hail. The l a Iling Lime face to its loses r and the crucifixion of the son of god As an Koi of amazing interest when the h me Clad in sackcloth the stars lost tin the rocks rent the Graves were Ope any that in death arose but of All the heart sickening scene of the avens flus would since the creation that of the stand s toreros t. Sixteen Hundred d years of idolatry a 60n built had passed away when the 11. Jul what emits the whom w Monarch Ner eve tribe ant the Gina their Sei the and glow i 8ufe of be creator waxed ho., and a cd Mil maled to Noah would. Noah which contain the keel of Church reduced to his own family and to out storm of the in safely. We mighty work of preparation for the Day is carried Forward to its comple Lee the mul u hide of scooters and gather around. The Hundred and years of probation Are almost drawn to a Ark is and the Little family Only eight souls enter it amidst the i Ous jeer s and shouts of thousands who at the a Iosef their Jay of Grace and the appointed their overthrow had to re vile Hie Folly of the preacher of righteousness. Deluge com i plea y the the Aik now Ide the lie the often Ion we the role of i Multi very wednesday by j. T. Lial twirly in Advance 5q if not paid with the year. Wellsborough wednesday i for his life what intense interest All of important concerns no matter to while the witnesses were examine what relations of life they pertain acts fool charged the verdict brought in 11, when the judge Rose to pro de and Tri did we feed the Jar and spec ounce the death not Merel Anions tutors. Important shall not our Sony and for eternity. Sentence of tie Law the doom of in solemn trial of the judgment will awaken our sympathy for our Corn shall not be Idle spec i we shall have a Case of infinite Ashly. Her opinion should be respected and deferred to in All matters and particularly Hose which connect Wanh House i the wife differs in judgment with her Hus band and maintains her opinion in reference to any matter in which her happiness is join i. We Snail Nave a Case 01 Mumic c w j by concerned with his no matter to be decided for ourselves. Vve a strict Observance use. Sol is Money but pay As you collect it to the use rom the god of All Grace May upon you both and Crown you Hisaji this and in the next world is the or of your fond father i c. A. W1ckliffe. N Robert and Jenna Wickliffe i then on trial for on life but for n Assembly at the judgment our Dent he May be he should not act contrary to her wishes. If he is about to engage in any Enterprise pecuniary or should be consulted Kindred if acquaintances our friends and in pecuniary or hand in nine cases out often the Best answer ise whom we have loved and those w11ui1i we . I Rah. He can give to an application to become have injured will be there the j will his wife. Arm j is that he w i consult his wife and it she is Tat e w Consu is und the beggar the Saint and the sin has no objections then he will consent to be _ . Of Iran Fullan Ancret every j y holy and every fallen Angel every will be gathered around White throne of the eternal to receive Reward or doom Edge clothed with infinite majesty will take the throne of Justice not in the character of a Saviour or Advocaat not in the Robes of a Prophet or priest the Lam h Oft god has become the lion of the tribe of Judah the intercessor and Avoca e has become the judge. The books Are opened. The Book of the Law and of 118 gospels the Book of Providence Andoh Jod s remembrance die Book of life and of death. And now the mome tit of match less of agonizing interest has come the judge uses to pronounce the Light of a thousand upon thin Augustias etr.b1y each arid All now see that god is holy just and sentence is passed one receives his. Doom according As his these shall go away into everlasting but the righteous into life in tie Light which inspiration has shed up Twenty eighth Congress. The following is a list of the members of the 28th Congress so far As returns have been received compiled from various sources. The vacancy in the Senate from Maryland will probably be filled by a whig and parties will then stand in that body democrats 24, whigs of the House of representative there to be returned from Maine 3 Massa Ehu Fiade an 3 Maryland 6 of the 210 robbers returned reclassify 142 democrats Lale nor he who has a Trade has an is and never was a of useful Maxim uttered by even of god s Wrath Are now the tool of the Ark is the scene is lunged from merriment to mourning mockery to cries for mercy lha liar disappears loud Penis of Thunder am from t of Day awful flashes of lightning portend the in in petted visitation of almighty the the great deep Are broken up the in ates of lows of heaven Are Ark floats on jibe to j future som of tie boundless Wasie and the world in buried in one common ruin i i Niello. But these of jeep interest As they Are will lie Greally surpassed by the judgment. The Day of general judgment will eted in without any premonition of to even. Daniel s prophetic weeks Ara the last Seal is trumpet the rials poured ruins of the Craib Standard of the been successfully unfurled in every last offer of salvation has been made to the no sinner and the last heir j of glory a dithered in. Heavens re about on the solemnities of judgment scene thu Reader will give us permission to must Hie the character of All to receive the approval of the judge and enter upon the Ever lasting rewards and honors of the High tests Reader a stain on thy character though not of Flag ant complexion though it May have been a Ade under Many Pallia Ting Circum Stan a stain trivial though it May appear in the ii of the world must Bland on Llie Page of thy history forever. A stain on thy charac Ter Vii Inot Only have a bearing on thy whole welfare but it May help to form the result that shall be made out Alth judg the slightest deviation from the pains shall stand in th-3 Book of god s be of Llie j Remen Brance forever no recording Angel shall blot out no All prevailing advocate shall be ush its character in the Riew of the awful e awful judge no veil of oblivion shall hide willed. Limei i repentance and Pardon May have inter sounded saved or lost this single act of wrong Apo Sta Cross has the morning of the judgment a not an appearance in the Earth or the in indicate that the wheels to cease their mighty revolutions. The sound of pleasure is festive bowl is form a part of thine eternal history. From the new York observer parental counsels to a Young married couple. Editors following is extract id from a letter written by the . C. A wic Iliffe postmaster general to his son Rob n and his wife soon after their marriage they were on the eve of leaving his Par i Renli ii roof for Kentucky where the son con of pleasure is festive bowl is h j term plated to establish himself in the practice fared out and no unearthly hand writing a u to. Ollay. Having derived much Satu faction As pears upon the Wall to mar the they upon ins wan to mar me Sceno. I Obj ,1 1 a Patent in its perusal and not doubting it will they Dunk they Many and Ara Given to a vol i i ,1 u be highly esteemed by those who Are about to up to the last moment of time. But be j v., 1 sett e in the new and investing relation of Hus Trump of Trump of if. ,3 i ban and wife. .1 Send it to you Lor Publica sounds and sends us peals from pole to i i lion ail Ages and conditions May be Benent pole Jit Breaks upon the ear of myriads i r j u edit practising the pure principles of Morali and reverberates through All the Cairns of the pc i Ina it . The firmest file like a clap of sudden thunders the an Al teen in the apocalypse with me foot on be Tea and the other on the land 1 its up his to heaven and swears by him that liveth and Ever that time shall by no longer. On is turn-1 like lamps the Sun is Clad in sackcloth the m in blood the stars Are quenched of the Iowa the stars Are quench a lamps _., detting and p edged yourselves in the pres night. The material universes thrown Al s j j i j into convulsions and covered will devouring the heavens Are rolled tog Ither like a and the elements melt x Ith fervent Tat. The saints of god Atleri Eddy ten thousand Angels Are caught up i meet the lord in the air. The scenes that transpire to Sher in the judgment the great d y for which "11 other Days were made will b indescribable Sublime and dreadful yet we n compared sith the final ordeal that shall 8 i Seal upon he character of Man forever All t Ese transactions Are but the bum of prepare Ion for the Day of conflict. The throne is sat for judgment Balan Justice Are Hung High in heaven in which All Are to be who will not be found wanting 1 we have at Lod in courts Justice poor culprit was arraign Many Vivere the rules of conduct Laid Down by him and prac tired too through his life which if Fol Lowed by men of All times and Ages would greatly improve the Coniti Tori and circumstances of the the above saying is easily to be understood by All and applicable to All professions or pursuits. A great Day will it be for our country when youth shall he induced to adopt some calling whether mercantile or what is called a Liberal profession or what is Lea by mechanical. And a greater Day will it be when one of them shall choose the lat become respectable mechanics rather than second Rase lawyers or Doc tors or divines. The above remarks were suggested by a Little anecdote we heard related lately. A Young Man born heir of a Large estate was at the age of fifteen regularly apprenticed to a respectable and scientific Mechanic for the purpose of learning what is sometimes called a Trade. There was no necessity for such a step but the father chose to dispose of the education of his repeating to him he who has a Trade has an estate the Young Man become a master of his Trade and the supreme happiness and Earth can offer none More perfect of support ing his aged father by his skill and Industry Tor the great Fortune to which he had been born heir was by misfortunes All lost. Moreover while perform ing this sacred duty his talents try and integrity won him both Fame and Fortune. A Street scene. Returning Home last evening Down Anions. Walnut Street we spied two men hold avoid my son c i ipalion of All ing up Hie Iron railing of the washing kinds and eschew the company of the j ton. Both were in an oblivious Condi wild and evil disposed As you would i Tion. I say Jem said one what a he pestilence. You have now no fond j Hie cussed thing it was to put these less for drink and it would be a treat Iron things Down cup so loosely. If Point gained if you were at this Eaily we let , they la fall hie5 on and i 1 f 1 period of life never to taste ardent spirits or intoxicating drinks. In your deportment toward your Fel of men be Frank candid open hearted honest and just in All your dealings and never yourself to do an act which your conscience condemns or which you would not feel willing should be exposed to the Public View in All your dealings whether private Public or official. Take no advantage of your fellow men in any contract and never be Temple by the Hope of gain to withhold from your neighbor thai which of right and Justice belongs to him. Never instill a mar intention ally and if you injure him by word or deed in due season and Apt manner make to him the amende honorable if you respect the rights of others you will soon learn to respect and maintain your own. Never permit yourself to get out of temper but learn to command that and to regulate bound. 111 had adopted this course it would have saved me thousands. In the course of time incidents will occur in your family about which you will very naturally entertain a Dif Ference of opinion. That difference should at All times be expressed with kindness of Man Ner and feeling and marked respect Lor each other s judgment. Never Biry what you do not need and avoid indebtedness As much As possible. You will think it strange for me to Tell you that you should cultivate a fondness for the society of each and never under any circuit or glances give or seem to give a preference for the company of another. Regular hours Are All important to Domestic Comfort to heal hand happiness. Early rising when in health contributes to continue and confirm that health and is important to those who depend upon their exertions for a Livino. The Constitution of Man is Best Satis fied with eight hours repose and the remain Der of the Day should be devoted to useful employment and the service to our maker. Reme Memer the Sabbath Day and keep it is a divine command ment. I Pray you my children learn Early its importance. It was a remark of my venerable Mother Ofiero made to me that no Good Ever came of sunday and i haves usually found it to be to. Even if persons do not belong to any Church a regular attendance upon e de Berry r m Saunders jus a Black r f sir Pustin Trayner j a Woodward j Campbell Georgia. E j Black i h a h Ara i son j h la Ropkin a cobra a Burt Holmes 13 Rhett m h Stiles the names of the former be Loman and the latter in italic. Senate. South Carolina. Daniel e Huger Mcduffie Georgia. Kiihn m Berrien Waller t Colquit Alabama. W r King Arthur p Bagby Mississippi. John Henderson Robt j Walker Louisana. Barrow r Porter Tennessee. Iff Foster a fencer Jarnagin Kentucky. Morehead John we l Dayton Jacob w Miller Pennsylvania. Daniel w Sturgeon James Buchanan Delaware. Richard ii Bayard Thomas Clayton Maryland. We Menick vacancy Virginia. A re c Rives wms Jii Cher n. Willie p w h Hay Wood or one vacancy Chas g Vermont. Samuel Phelps win c up hath Massachusetts. Rufus Moale Isaac c Bates Rhode Island. Jos f Simmons Connecticut. Huntington John m Niles new Yoke. N p Tallmadge Silas Wright Linn Boyd w Green h Grider g a Caldwell j Stone a Johnson w t Senter j w Blackwell a Cullon g w Jones a Brown John while w p Thompson g Davis r French j w Tibbatts . D of Dickenson j h Peyton Cave Johnson j b Ashe m Brown Ohio. Benja Nipe Tappan Willian Taueu divine service hastens the feelings and Butler fits and prepares Rhein or com Albert s while de a Hannegan Illinois. James Semple Sidney Brecese mass Odra. Bentin David r Atchison Arkansas. We s Fulton a h. Sevier Michigan. As Porter w Woodbridge a Duncan j b Weller r c Schenk j Vance Emory d Potter h Stjohn j j Mcdowell j i Vanmeter e Florence h a Morjore j Brinkerhoff Louisiana. Vacancy 1, total 52 House of representatives. Maine. B j Herrick Robert p Dunlap Hannibal Hamlin Luther Severance s f Vinton p b Johnson a Harper 1j Morria j mat Evvs w. C Mccauslin Ezra Dean or Tilden j r Giddings h r j Sliclen a r d Owen t i Henley t Smith c b Smith w j Brown r Smith somebody and if we Don to we shall get As dry As blazes.5 echoed his companion whose Eves were winking and whose Knees were shaking say dry Billy you make me weak to think of it. I can t Tell my Throat from a born t Well Jem you know i Hie have always been your Friend Hain t i Hain t i always come to the Gen Teel Fotch up Hie in the Way of liquor 1 you is a As i and religion it inculcates and the Earnest and affectionate advice it gives. R. Wickliffe in the Circle of his family adorns his precepts by examples. Vary respectfully yours Washington March 84, 1813. Beloved you have United your Don t mention i Billy Friend. I will say of you never was dry when you had any Money. Let me hug and the next moment both were rolling upon the pavement we came it. Pm e of an All seeing and merciful god to love k1 an cherish each other. In order that you May be Able to keep your Mutual vows i conjure to i to look and play to your heavenly father to five you support. A constant Rel Ance upon divine Providence in All that do in this life is a duty enjoyed upon us by his commands and the Man or woman who Foi gets his or her dependence upon his Al i Ilia pc a Pel Lent Man is in either agree Able or useful. Be patient in difficulties and submissive under the chastisement of an overruling Providence. The profession you have selected is one of great responsibility and of High Honor and distinction. In its pursuits Fame May be obtained if Honor be consulted. I cannot in this letter venture upon All the advice and rules necessary to insure respect for the lawyer honesty and Industry punctuality and Fidelity should be conspicuous traits of his Char Acter. Power May flourish for a season but so Mer or later their deeds will be frowned up much very much upon your per so Nal deportment towards each other a Mutu Al Confidence and habitual kindness Are Allim rant to Domestic happiness. A respect for 0 hers opinions should Ever be 1 he husband who does not consult his wife in a prompt attention to business kind Ness and dignity of manner Are not in compatible with a free and Frank inter course with the world. If you meet your fellow Man in Pov erty and unable to pay you for your professional labor do not refuse on that account to engage for him. The re Flection is ennobling that one has aided professionally an honest poor Man. Never neglect the cause of the widow and the fatherless. I have without meaning to boast done much or those thus bereaved in m y profession without fee or pecuniary Reward and i am none the poorer for it. One other admonition i give and in a Jim just then though As we left sized pig was turning them Over his. Nose As if to satisfy himself that the beasts were no member of his family of the times. A Good parly Given by the Young men s Temperance the City of Philadelphia on the evening of he 6th ult., in Honor of the triumphs of Temperance the following Toast by or. We. A. Duff was handed in among others dish of fathers whih unequalled magnanimity and liberality pledged their pro part for the perpetuity of our Libert and refused with digit to drink our enemies Hyson t. Let up therefore show ourselves might to carry out with uniformity and under stand in All its reality the Sublimity of their generosity and Here in the midst of their Temperance be svit de by the of our fair Cit and crowned with plent pledge ourselves in a cup of Good to to exercise Charit towards All humanity that we May with it Massachusetts. Zlobl c a Winthrop Daniel Quincy mams William Parmenter Henry Williams Charles Hudson Grinnell new Hampshire. Edmund Burke John p Hals John it Redding Moses Morrisjr. Rhode Island. Y Cranston Elisha r Potter Connecticut. Geo h Catkin Samuel Simons Vermont. Geo. P Marsh Paul , or. New York. P res Ion King Orville Hunt Werford Samuel Beardsley j e uary s m puny Orville Robinson Horace a Wheaton Geo Rathbun Inasa Dana by ram Green j Patterson Chas ii Carroll win is huh Beil Jolsher Tyler we i Moseley Albert Smith Washington Hunt j a Mcclelland 0 b Ficklin j Wentworth j b Dawson p e Bossier Indiana. J w Davis j a Wright j s. C Sample a Kennedy Illinois. S a Douglass j p Hoge j j Hardin a la Ham a g s Houston r Chapman f Mcconnel Thomas h Seymour John Stewart. Solomon foot John Collamer. Selah b Strong Henry c. Murphey j Dellet j e Besler d w w Payne Mississippi. Thompson w Roberts Hammet t m Tucker Missouri. M Hughes j b Bowlin Ames h Relfe j Jameson g b Arra Sass. E Cross Michigan. R Mcclelland j b Hunt a Lyon. Territorial delegates. Levey Dodge c Dodge a Wenix we b Maclay Moses g Leonard Hamilton fish Jos h Anderson r d Davis Jas g Clinton Jeremiah Russell Zadok Pratt divid l Seymour Darnel d Barnard we g Hunter Lemuel Stetson Hesselden Ellis Chas s Benton new Jersey. Lucius q c Elmer Littleton Kir Patriok Geo Sykes Isaac g Farlee Wright Pennsylvania. E j Morris j r Ingersoll John t Smith c j Ingersoll j s Yost Tyl h Jenks i a e Mcllvain j Brown John Ritter r Broadhead or b a Bidlack a h read j Buffington Delaware. George b Rodney Maryland. Not elected. Virgin i Henry Frick id Ramsey Henry nes James Black James Irvin Bstewart h d Foster j Dickey we Wilkins Samuel Hays propriety Hope to spend a Happy eternity. Fame is like a shaved pig with a greased Tail and it is Only after it has slipped through the hands of some thousands Hal a fellow by Good Luck holds on to it. Bustles is a cheat by Golly a Atkinson s Chilton Geo c Dromgoole w f Lucas w Coles we Taylor e Hubard a a Chapman to Wilmer g w Hopkins jew Jones w Sommers h a Wise l Steenrod w Newton North Ca Jolina. T j Clingman a j Mckay d m Berringer j r Daniel d s Reed a Arrington master this Gal keeps Sayin urn a what does she say that you Vic stolen she says i stole her at this juncture a Little girl jumped up and said i Geth he did i Greih he did i theer him behind the Tho of Houth a Genius must have an by of boys judging from the numerous sons of Genius of which we see men Tion made. It is is a Man. Down East who has invented a machine to renovate old bachelors. Out of a Good sized fat Greasy old Bachelor he can make quite a decent Young Man and have enough Lell to make two Small puppies a pair of leather breeches and a Small Kettle of Soff soap new Sam says that instead of saying to a Young please to take my you should you condescend so far Aslo sacrifice your own convenience to my pleasure As to Ziserl the five i , and pan of the extremity of your contiguous Arm through the angular aperture formed by the Crook n g of my Elbow again int the tier lenticular portion of my animal irame the Snow whole heavens seemed darkened at the approaching storm. The wind bellowed and howled on the the Lofti est Peats and their sighing in the Val Leys had that melancholy in its Lones that caused the strongest nerves to trem ble. All animated nature seemed to look Forth with fear and dread the Little spotted pig. He curled up his Tail up and squealed he did and Cut he did and run like Thunder i newspaper Mew Paperi
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