S. Wilber and
Rose were present. El der
was called to the chair, and
Benjamin S. Wilber was appoint ed clerk. On the
request and reccom mend of brethren, Nathan Hatch was
ordained a priest.
discourse was delivered by the chairman, after which five were
baptized. The Spirit of the Lord res ted down upon us and our hearts
were made glad. The word of the Lord grows and multiplies here, and
there is truly a great field open for faithful la borers.
B. S. Wilber, Clerk.
respectfully informs the traveling community, and especial ly the
brethren who my come to this place, that he has recently opened a
public house opposite the stone chapel, where he will wait upon such
as shall see fit to give him a call.
MARRIED, on the
26th instant, by Elder
ROBBINS to Miss. FRANCES M. SMITH,
Also on the
same inst. by Elder
, Elder to Miss. FANNY
ATHER TON all of this place.
in Lake Erie on the 2nd Inst. Andrew J. Reader
son of George
Reader, aged six years.
Reader was formerly a citi zen of the
State of , but had resolved to remove to this
his family and accordingly had taken a passage on board the Steam
Boat “Uncle Sam”. We are not aware that blame is attached to any one:
he fell overboard when there was none to help, he was seen by his
parents when 15 or 20 rods distant, waving his hands and crying for
help, there was an exertion made by the crew and small boat to save
him, but in vain.
Died, in this place on the 13th Inst. after an illness of about ten
days, Mrs. , the wife of
. She has left five small chil dren together with numerous
relatives to mourn her loss, a loss which is se verely felt by
Sister was beloved and highly esteemed by every lover of truth and
virtue; but she has been taken from us in an untimely, or rather an
unexpect ed hour, as her companion was from home perhaps near one
thousand miles at the time of her decease, and was deprived of the
privilege of witnessing her exit from a world of sorrow and
perplexity, to the paradise of God.
But, Alas! she
is gone home! yes, (using her own languge to one of her tender
offsprings when on her dying bed,) “Tell
your father when he comes that the Lord has taken your mother home,
and left you for him to take care of.”
She had her
senses until the last, and fell asleep, leaving this assurance be hind
as a reward for leaving all that was dear for the sake of a risen
Sav ior, and enduring in faith on his name to the end, that she should
have a part in the first resurrection, and come forth and inherit the
mansion that is prepar ed for the faithful, and receive the wel come
plaudit “Come ye blest of my Father inherit that kingdom prepared for
you from before the foundation of [t]he world.”
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