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Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Publication Date: September 11, 1862
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TWO I DOLLARS PER ANNUM. P BLISHED Y & COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS, FOR THE M. E CHURCH, SOU E, H. MYERS EDITOR


Vol. XXV.-WIiole No. 1916 AuglistaqGa., September 11 1862. ( e les----Vol 1. No. 35

For the Southern Christian Advocat?* RAttite-its 8 1 regard to trudI RDol ustice- 700 011098 (O"take a che* or lokenece, or of %Fr: squze. and 1., Ihe law of God which an I providide of he carrial heart,.and re-
THE TWILIGU'i' OF THE MILLENNIUM to right ot* wro g-to what is and what is not amoke a pipewor a cigar why. Go you save as errends rn the heart and the arT tions.'? 'Per- jects the trinity of pe sonsin the unity of the
ar A. as., oxronn, 0^* to be praised. Is thete any Christian rinciple upon wb.eb on -s," observe.= the same wrise-r; "by the law Godhead, the depravity of human nature, the
BoontsaAIR:"QueenMarysereapefroratheentleafLochLeuin 1. HeWho bath a deeliseme of theexcellen- you may do that whic all n.x p.:rm.r mo re of slan lar...1,a man := noirrashen lor drunk except atonement of ,Christ, ther workof the Spiritin
The void of sagesnam nfantaare bit he Lord. cies of God upon his heart, will nushe AGod take a drink of whiskey? 1, rirer.*any Car, tion his ..ve. sure, he r:-que ests.It r, his legs stag- regendration -everything in fine which consti-
Tho pulpit and preseare theirmessengerseending, Of nothing b4gides. Prin*:iple s:*r pses:4.1 1. larch fel t-i-Is me to aske ger: 1.ur by s.idd'e law, n. la one that goes ofteri, ttites thedistainctimeimachingsof Koly Scripture.
And worshippingmilliountheirtriumphsrecord. 12. Charity will create a mighty zeal for the the whiskey, which does not prohibit sc.u u..ru -ro the drink, or shit LOTI,-4 ],.ng at it, PROY. 80, 800ptioiBRI fathily Smite8 El 9 80ille frOm the
acave-obrary a tax lea ine 3 t stern rain interests of virtue, and the honor of the Gospel, taking thetobacco? There is no such pracy.Is a1..1 "is. 11. He slant usal be drawn to drink masked batteryof "rational theology."

h ionot eothn i 1 lur 6ny ")j En and the gOOd OfBouls; and it kill run through or precept. Taking as; our guide the pree.=pt, wl...u be hath ns..th.-r nes.; .;< t, nor rdind to 7t, Impenite he he its masked .hstlifles. It does
old Dagon and 3foloeh are hurPd from their altars, all the difficulties that lie in the way towards so "that denying ungodliness and was181 J... us we to th.= spending, 01 .., at a ing of precious not refitae obedience to the.gospel once for alL
While startled Idolators wonder and game good an end, with readiness and pleasure, 61.c.uld Us e e..berl\, rightemali and g 4' we th'>. dlberedit of er G..t .: il.> .1tunibl1bg block It does not drive Christ from. th heart, with
The powetof the Croanneveriremblesnorfalters; 13, Wicked men, upon their return to van e. as elikelisally s.-:.Inte .r by anp We of t6Racco be of weakones, and hardening as oeiste4-br.efly, what it understands to beak etion. But
Itstr es uttoconquer:-stkillsbuttoraine. donot seldom find-to their cost----that user, b\ rh. ... .1 s't-a-kes. Lo-:-kargy:-resiilts and:hethatdrinksfort... or o*,.I..:.rcovelousness;pr itadjourrasthequestiorrbffiso efromtime
The nations are bending fiom mountain to ocean may 'be pardoned, and yet all the ill e.:.rge- Is. su. . r (J.e me laurry of the good gr evil fear, or good AllbwsAlpl. or to drive' away time, or to time. It indulges sin to-day oft the plea that
The earth rocks afar, with the tread of Reform.' quences of it not prevented; and they clin, of the act, it is very questiortable on which side to still conseitrice; is a drunkard? sur aball be regiounced tomorrow. Itpostpones
And whatthoughthe world is in wildest commotion- therefore, often trace the steps of their former is the preponderance. ? the service of God in youth to ripe old age, in
e Cros ash high o'er the gloom of the storm. misdoings, in the several evils of life that after. The arguments and fact (gi support of these From the Central Presbyterian. ripe age to the decline of life-postp nes-still
'Tisonly whouNaturewithstorm-eloudsoontendip befall than. positions, I shall filenish i another number. A SRORT SERMON.. p.:sipok---uMild, .th .:.uertakesit, a ropa
Is drench a by the Boodeand convols'd by-thold The blood r,( Cht:-1 alone any,,aggists 4mthe present,1silkany thE ukof Lob,.eco is wa ;,,4,. Into nell. Tr....ugh are agre putting off of re-
se(< It e l 1 ODatstar, ascending, gj {qq, r, th., i.materi not bixt thni God an idle, useless, filthy;offensive and expensii' Th poor man s ee t ..s he 2 .' **=penanswee..egner. r reper.t.=;, ttigglestggye
of rise, etc. urricane past. may inske'such and such acts of ours the con- habit. Further; my-acquaintance with preach. zzziv: e. Irgrn sk... make.l tass.:-rr <.1 proorastination.
Thus welcome thirblush of millential splendor, That mantles the brow of the openingsky, virtue, of that Istood to .. thad thus our good upon to point to one of whom I could say, "I "A pealm of David wheir he changed his passion seeks, undisguised, the mastery of the
For Darkness and Death shall their scepter suironeer, works, though the-v or, not meritorious, ydt know he does.not use tobacco I could not do behavior before Abimslecli." The young soul. To take one instance instead of many-
a es< a oblis %by' may becoilie, if f ru:.; 4.> speak, the occasional it. ', P. Y. B shaphical hieving been invited to court, had ex- the thirst for ardent spirits does not woo us, at
Sept.5,1802- causeolpardon and grace to us: ,i ebauged)..:- ecook f...r the impleinents of war. the outset, to beastly drainkenness. No: it has
----- ..... . 15. The chef. .gic.vm. retal.s b ghbst point THE.LI T OF GOD, He Exa.1 w..ri th.- eWeetions of the noble and a thousand varying pretextswhich hide its end.
For the Smithern Christian Advocate. arid pe.ices...I. I ch.inty-a to ps.es by 11.<* I thind in theliglit of God, 4 gsJiasy Useq*rap puent to, the crown sizrl bald Now, there is an decasional glass of liquor to be
EXCERPTS FROM ATTERBURY offences and injpries of r....n ; 1-' 1,4,,,|,,,, y,,. kis unage stapips niv brow. 2 .. ,aurnine.I in a rr-markabledegree, the love and' qunfred-now, in evening to be whiled away m
1. TYho is there, that understands an i malice of our enemies, and the any.st.(wJ., <.1 Though the shadows <1 a..ath my f thus nod, confidence of the people. But slags qin am evil Phirthful conipanionship-riow, a bodily weak-
f religion, but knows that the offering pral our fi*iendia. 1'o hinin therefore, who ...I and a /in idery now.re our, a serpent enters his Eden. Events pecur ness tobe strengthened--now, saeasonpfinentsI
and thanks to.God implies our having & lively to this height of virtue, God liskill very I.pr I, ..r.0 Mo kdowand tb ain, which in a moment fill the breast ofilhe King, depression to be cheered-now, an innocent
and devout yiense of His excellencies and His suitably promised, that his 18..11 rand 011 nees, No wastefi cheek whet* he frequent tear | with ajealousyandan envy that.Elarqw no re- eastom of safe gratification to belteptup: and
benefits; our recollecting them with humility too, shall be pArdoned;. as he deals main his Hath rolled and left its stain: pose tiHyhis.heart ceases to beat. Was ever cup so from the masked battery of "moderation" the
and thankfulness of heart; and our expressing neighbor,. so will God der.I well, him,-m.rcy L? d' ** <'*3 11- 1:.0 a Henry,, 6f blyteirunblenly dashed fe-m uglips of a goill is stricken down into the boridage and in-
thes & affecti shall be houre-f ugen him. who sh.:..af me.. s i nin.nc..: rt .1ngsi t..r*N mortialf ;,, fainyof habitual intoxication.
signe w verent and a y ab d IRe forgat e othy r m.:n inear arerq.as..es, r t.en r !,ji u pgn, huntqd henceforth,$ .his unnatural filther- Religious inaction hasitsmaskedbstteries. The
by songs and hynina, and spiritual ernoulatione' wall our ifearer.1y f nher fo.g..e us .:.ur tree ,as., arra b. ..ue a 7...<-, in-taw.from hill to hill, and fro my to vale, Christian, many times, does nothing for his
either privately or publicly ( eitherin the cu/ passes nise wr..: r J-=> bath menr.... he.at.1e seeksananylumamongthe bnethies Lord, bxit not from the set purpose that he will
tomary andiddily serviceofthe Churchtr., At,. The chantable man, also love- eters Namelet -wrill Be .=nstilrn ofhis on But befgmeofhisbraveryhad donothing. Farfromit. Hehas a niind is
its more solenux assemblies, poilvened upr.n Iber.g. doth not 10.1 scruells... t*:- love b.s own 11.!,& riq(w beers n, 4 precede hiin. Ke*fids' himself looked upon work, he tells us; but he must first acquire
extraordinary occasions ?' annue our.. I re- .YI, Lisaf Es% Empt LO Os elrPAL, or r...,:.. .. .mi yjth 8 thuBfiOiOilB eye, an ly TB thent mutter- greater strength of grace, or more thorough
2. When God had finished this go.:-.ily frr.ras.* thethat 1...ee of .r, .3..4 I.:.0 rnueb 1..> und.-status to rn. my, "I)>.notthis the 100 the lant), whose .qualilication.. He has a ruindto dork; but in
of things we call the wdrld, and puttoges tu r eter, thing le. *,ne .rrq..r 5 .n g? -1. Ai. nius 31 r . r... I ps .-. re his praises were cel rated with songs sad dances ?" his Edginenhy, the* plihirois Whtshaliarchurch
the several parts of it, according to his .nrann, i., e..mucra sts... L ** hb ita t-.auty;ky. ie .7.. -7 n, a m.h,.3 .r., InlA what a ffilemma is.the poor persecuted fe- proceeds is not the best, and Ti maist wait until
wisdom, in exact number, weight and men-ure c.11+asity.*.:- I..I. 1= as c ar., .rr...) LI's.. Mr... .Er . 2 The t l., cars., Enged thrown. To regain might be death, to wiser counsels indues the general adoption of
there was still wanting a creature in the I-...ver he Ir .c o. ur..I L.r t. ..rsti admin tinpeak *A 1,., Ye musr Lt...uch to- rain er stethpt an escape, perbalis equAlly hazardm1s. more effective -methods. He has a mind to
regions that could apprehend thebeants orJer <:.ne trun-r he ar of.a-ally and .ee:Jaggy pa nu *Dol ? ah loomeyoM oresourceisleftbut.to feign himself m do ivork; bathwcannot work with such a pastor
and exquisite contrivance of it; that, frt.ru can ang the .:-ther. L For mor a don hain synpnd by.this expedient, he as ent't-led to as dias at present the prersight of the flock, or
templating the gift, might be able torak-o .1-oil --------- 's I Shall bitid heart to the heartaUI djktribatehnnself from tly pressingdangel'. itith such a membership as mustshare (and as
up to the grat Giver, at 4 do honor to all his F 1. ...* .r. .u. -" Till the et and touch again. -7 ith a heart overflowingwith patitiude he he fears,. defeat) his labors. Therefore, he does
attributes. . Man therefore, was learned W IIISill 11. isAC 0, L LF i*ENI 4 -.5 I E eb liix ong and bright, ffus the psalm before us, in which he reveals nothing-reluctantly, yet persistently does




to offer up the incense of thanks and prarsefor the exercise of "self denial." Much has beau 0 .. .rg v..... .:.i war .
the mute and theineensibleparlof the creation. said of its "uses," in teaching us to rely upon r r.al -li, J.,v.vi, pr eti ,nth read is a r a th r ACTIVITY IN DU'PY

by theeaT was ieTa us as a rule anx4m ure, irael 8 audtto etwhat emay want, bxat hea t ai ur rown, iu6g t iono st t, w n.is t Ye vk w d :mbustdwo thee ork ofnHimath4tnasm rne 2Hei as
esteem of everything,,accordipg to the degrees there is nothing of voluntary "selfdenial,".nor And another soul in Heaven, to all to render any description necessary. We IIow constant and unremitting was Jesus in
of perfection and goodness which we found has .there appeared amongst our people, much --------- have cried to the Lord as e.Ifation ; and as indi the service of Ris heavenly Father? "He rose
therein. It cannot, therefore, if it do'th its of the spiritof exercising this great fundamental SOBER RUNKENNESS. viduahi, many of us Usve sought him ith bur- a great'while before da ," and when His secret
office at all, but apprehend -God as-the beat and Christian virtue as a matter of Christian princi- "It is not drinking spirituous liquor" re- doned hearts, seknowledgingour-ratt or communion was over, Elis public work began.
most perfechbeing; it mustneedssee, and own, .ple. So -far from it there has been manifested, marks Dr. Trotter, 'go the length of intokica- thiness, our deep guilt, and pleadizi t for It mattered not to Him phere He was, whether
and admire, His infinite perfections, almost universally, an exactly .different spirit tion, that alone constitutes intemperande-s A name's sake, and for his Son a siske, he on the bosom of the deep, or a mountam slope,
4. There is not a more active primeiple, than Upon the indication of an approaching scarcity man may drink a great deal-pass a largh yd> Evouldappear fog us. "And our ery canie n the desert, or at the weTI side, the "gracious
gratitudein the mind of man; Mid surely, that ,of any article of necessity, or of a a'peculative tion of his time at the bottle, and yet be able to 'fore him, even into his ears,, words" ever "proceeded out of His mouth."
which deserves its utmost -force, and should set movement in it, most of .those who had the fill mostavocations of life. There are certainly It is too true, that there is many a Ita We find, on one touching occasion, exhausted
all its springs at work, is God: the great and means, and particularly those who boast them- many men of this description, who have never eyee for her children and refuse to nature sinking, after a day of unremitting duty,
universal Benefactor, from whom alone we .selvesof their prudence and forecast, instead been so-transformed with liquors tobeanknowxi comf ed, because they e not;"- tha here is in crossing in a v6ssel the lak of Tiberias, "He
received whatever we either have or are, and to of curtailing their use of it, have laid up a supply to their own house dog, or so foolish in their many a Mars with whom "the Almighty hath All asleep!" (Itatthew 8).. He redeemed every
whom we can possibly repsy nothing but our for the future. This spirit has doubtless had appearance, as to be hooted by school-boys, dealt very bitterly?' Still as a people, we are precious moment. His words to the Pharisee
praises- much influence in aiding, speculators algd ex- thakare yet to be comklered -as intemperate constrained to say, **Blessed be thp Lord who seem a formuld for all, Simon, I have somewhat
0. Gratitudeconsistain an equalreturn of bene- tortioners to run up price's. livers. These 'sober drunkards,' if I may be hath not ven us a ." How meet and to say to thee.
fits, if we are able; or of thanks, ifwe are not: "Self-dental'? is said to be a great Christian allowed the expression; deceive themselves as right it is en, that w 1 should follow the Oh! how our most unceasing activities pale
which thanks must rise always in proportion as .virtue; but to be a virtue, it must be voluntary well as others; and though they pace slowlX eiarbple of the Psalmistin bringing a. tribute mto nothing before- such an example as this t
the favors received are great, and the receiver and upon principle. There may be great virtue along the road toruin,1their journey terminates of praise and thanksgiving to Him who made Would that we could remember that each of us
incapable of making any other sort of requitalt in'sulatoitting cheerfully to those privations at the goal, bad health." bare his holy arm for us, when we had no help- has some.greatmission to perform for God, that
Now, since no man hath benefitted God at any which.we cannot avoid, but there is in it cer. That part of the community in general term- oO Lord God of hosts, whois strong Lord religion is not athipg of dreganyseptfmentalism,
tune, and yet every man, in each moment of his thinly no foundation to the exercise of "self-de- ed temperate, consume a larger portion of in' likeunto thee, orto thy faithfulnessmannd about but of energetic, prachield action; Moreover,
life, is continually benefitted by Him, -what nial." It is very oilen urged that there can be ebriating liquor, than those iisdividuals who pre thee?" that no trad no profession, no position, how,
strong obligations we needs be under to thailk no wrong in the purchase and itse of anything usually denominated drunkards. A great Jiro~ Theexperience of the Psalmist is didi sof in- ever high or however humble in the scale of
Him a man may want, provided he liable to doit portion of those whoareknowntobediankards, struction to all who are afHicted, -and thenese spelety, can disqualify for this life of Christian
G. Such parts of devotion as confession and This is perhaps a very sound philosophy for in general are not habitual slaves to this.mos comparatively few within our limits, who have activity and usefulness. Who were- the writers
prayer, seem not originally to hambeen design: those who recognize no binding obligation, in debasing vice. During their fits of intemper- beenleft.unpatched, fronrone cause or anoteller; of the Bible? We have among them a king, a
ed forman, nor man for them. They imply the precepte--"thou. shalt love thy neighbor as ance, they consumealarge quality of intoxica- 'This poor man cried. The deeper our sense of lawgtver, a herdsman, a publicity; a physician.
guilt and want, with which the .state of;mno thyself," but it parts them entirely without the ing liquor. On ordinary occasions, they do not need, the greater opr.encouragement .to itpply Nor is it to high spheres or to great services only,
cence was not acquainted. Had men continued pale of Obviation fellowship. There. has come indulge in the use of strong drink to any serious for hel that.God looks. The widow's mite and Mary's
in that estate, his .worship-like the devotioAR within- my view of Christian principles and extent. The former section of society, however, **Pleap a is the humblest yeds, that see "alabaster lpoyE of pintment" Are recorded as
of angels-had been paid to heaven in pure: teachings, nothing* which releases a man from drink considerably less sit staled times; but, by ic...n.rn ians......s y... -.,. exazoples for imitation by the Holy Ghost, while
acts of thanksgiving; and nothing had been thyobligation to Rdeny himself," beopuse .he the itecumulated aiiiount of habitixal arid fre. I..... r,.... r, I....,,..,.3 r...5 ra.3 many more snuniftypt deeds are passed by un-
left to him to do, beyond enjoying the good may in some way have preserved the meaps of quent repetition, consume a quantity, which, oil " "' "'"" """" recorded. We believe that od says, regarding
thingsoflife, as nature directed, and pris:-.nE inJuig.-n.:e, or that recognizes "self-denial"-as calculation, appears almost incredible. 'I'he in all our ...ncern whetner \temporal or the attempt of many an hapable phris6ian to
the God of nature who bestowed themeJBat consisting in doing without those. things we individfial, for example, who indulges in but spiritual, whether greater small,1,t'whether thY serve Him by active duty, "I asw that effort,
being fallen from innocence and abundange--- cannot procure. one glass.of ardent spirit, or what aniounts to burden,"says s6mewritet; "be pfthehead, the I that feeble- efl'.rl to serve and glorifyme it was
having contracted guilt, and forfeited his right My reflection, confirined by my ,experience the same thing, in two or tlyfee glasses of wine shoulders, or the hesit,:east it upon .tlie Lo:.J. ,4,,, a,7, ,, ,-,, r of it'lloved?
to all sorts of inercies-prayer and confession and observation, has convinced size thatthere is daily, consitmos, in the course of ten years, no sqdhe shall sustom thee." Make a fair tri al. 11..1;! never or rise you, notwi standing the
become necessary for a time, to retrieve.the loss not a precept of Christianity which does not in less a goin a ly man thirty gallons of pure andase if it is not so. 11ut ohe thing must b@ dignity of Christ, and the activity o Christ, how
and restore him to that statepherein ho should its observance :work s salutary influence upon alcohol;<.r spir sta-atedrire; poison well known remembefeggabout .thits poor man, Refrfe#* little success compaintively He met with in His
be able to live withorstthem. society as well as the individual; and that no to be most .Irangerea and fatalin its character. TJnleiss arequiestis made, it. cannot be heard pithlio work ? We read. of no numerous conver-
7. Noble objects are to the mind what the mitil, however rich or exalted, or however poor Says Macknishin his Anatomy of Drunken-- And there @also another thing, which has he@ sions, yo-pqntecastal revivals in the course of
sunbeanks are to a bud or lower-they open on humble, can faithfully observe one of these mess: "Men itidulge habitually, day by day. not already refelfed to, but which.is tool often for- Kis Ministry. May not this well encourage in
and unfold, as it were, the leaths of it;, put .t pre-cepr-I without benefit tootherabas trell as to perhaps to .h.- .-: tgns.m p roduen.g any e-v..J.-nt gen ien by isolb idush J. v.ell as nations, and the.abseneg otgreat outward results ? He seta
riponexertingyndspreadingitself everyway; himself. .. PITect..sibel upon the body'er mind at she tisatit., that when del obtained? npharbiglierstandardthanthis,"Shebathdone
and call forth all those powers that lie hid and I thf alc I can point out several may an w ush none, <.0.1 Larse., ab. sus..l.cs all the wholarisuals they wheral bo ss.:knouledg--J. and followed by what she paid." .En artist may be great in
lockedupinit- meziGouldbenefitothersaswellasthemselves, temperate,,while they are in railary or..kr- c.:.ris:-pc.I.J.-nt Ir.nt.e. paintingspeasantaswellasaking; itistheway
8. Upon a frequent attention to God and his by flie exercise of "self denial." Many of those mining their constitution by slow degases-kill Let us naul. 1,r.-rtar,-r. and friewds, each oneat he does it. Yes, ,ayid if Jaid aside from the ao-
attributes, we shall easily discover our own arti weakness and emptiness, of ourselves will abate, and we shall see and feet eratirely ouf of the reach of many people:,unwonted certainty, that habitual tipplizig is ,brought to yiew, stad we shall sootic find, that says Luther, whim its witnessed the patience of
that we are altogether lighter to be laid in the Those who yourchase more than their present worse than periodical drunkenness. The poor "The blessing of the Ldrd nar-r1. rich, arid 'he a gfeat sufferer. "Who am TP a-Wordy preachpy
balance than vanity, Psahn 10. And this is a wants require, aid speculators to keep up. their Indian, who once a monds drinks himself dead, addegno sorrowwith it-" in comparison with this great doer.",
lesson which, to the greatest pai*t of mankind, priaes, by furnishing them the means to hold. to allbut simple breathing, will outlive for years, : Reisder forget not the motive of our motto
is, I think, very well wofth learning. Take flour as an example. If every family in the the man who drinks little and.cften andis not verse, "The pight cometh.'? Soon our tale shall
9. We shall find more satisfaction in looking country would reduce its consumption tour. very perhaps suspected of intemperance,'s MASKED'BATTEJUES. be told, our little day is flitting fast, the shadows
upwards and humbling oirreelves before our small point, And pyrehase only for present use, Dr. Cheyne, latsPhysician Geneialof Ireland, There is a terdill efficiency in "rnasked bat of night are falling, "Our spap length of time,"
coqxmop Creator, than in eastingour eyes down- the price would soon decline. Thus those who says: g "The observation of twenty y,.:a. in" Isiride," Opening ori an exiemy from unexpected as Rutherford says, "will come to an inch."
ward with scorn. upori our fellow-creatures, and arenot.restricted in means would not only pay a ble. car, a End.I.n.) has convinced me it ext, w. s., .ph rise. they arrest his march, throw his col- What if the eleventh liour should strike after
setting at nought any part. of the work of His less, but would enable-others; less favored, to ten joungmein, on their tweisty first birthday; uinns irite, confusion, or put them to flight having been tiall the day idle ?" A long lifetime
hands. The vast distau and infinite worth will astonish us so nifieh, But my special object; in this communication, of ardent spirits, or a pint of port wine or war. More than one Southern victory has been and sinirnproved, aid absolutely nothmg done
that weshall not be tempted to value ourselves was to call the attention of the Christian world sherry, and were they to drink this supposed secured by them. Their very name has often .for God. A judgment day come, our golden
upon those lesser degrees at pre eminence; at least, to one article, the use of which has moderate (ptantity of c.Irong II qu.:.r daily; the smitten our invaders with panion mometife riquandered, our 1slexits untrided on,
which custoorni, or opimon, or scope little accidim; grown itrts a great national sk. I allude to lives of eight out of ten w.:.u IJ Le abridged by Masked batteries are no unknown in spiritual our work undone, metat the bar of Heaven with
tal advantages, have given na over other men. tobacco, twelve or fifteen years. They represent them- warfare,. where, exciting less terror, they are the withering repulse, "Inasmuch -as ye did it
10. Praiiing, as it is commonly Managed, is The couritry has for years been flooded with elves as temperate-:-very temperate." even more efficient. , : not." "The time we have-lost," says Richard
nothing else but a trial of skill upon a man, essays, and speeches, and sermons, againshthe Another writer, in the earlier part of.the Infdelity hea its masked batteries. It does Baxter, "easing, be recalled;. should we not
how many good things ire can possibly say of 14se of intoxicating drinks. Can you, or anyone sieventeenth century, in reprobating the prac- not. always openly repudiate it e word of God, then redeem and improve the little that re-
him. All the treasuries of oratory are ransack- else tell me the difference, in a moral and relig- ties of intemperance; makes the following per- But it arges, thist, becairse reason must Jiit in mains ? If a traveller sleep or trifle most of the
ed, aH the fine things thit ever were said are ious point of view, between taking a drink of tinent remarked: "It, is sad to consider how judgment one the so.Jence, on cure-sianity, the day, he must terarvel so much the faster in the
heaped together, for his sake; and no matter whiskey and a chisw of tobacco, or a whiff at a many wilt .hear the charge, for one that will interpretation pl tt.,- eased record and the ever..ng, or fall shortof his journey '. en1 "
whether it belongf6 him or not. so.tlidralbd cigar or a pipe? I speak not now of the exces- apply it to himself for cotifidentI am, that character of it:- deces.ne, mun be rd..te ripined **.Lr.n yourgives likewise withlbe same mind
but enough ofit, which is owe deplorable instance siverse of either, but of the simple act of taking fifteen at twenty, this city over, (Londog,) are by their accordance with reason. Proceeding -"He words and smd of Jesus;" by Rev. John B,
among a thousand, of the baseness of hu the one or the other, drunkards, yea, seducing drulikards, in the dialect on this rule, it morally subalitutra f pr ,-ea six the Naedif, p..D.













or completettees (omdplemeid) 80 ever, is the (Mouthern proolivitisi-=in one of the New CYork LETT~EI( FROM TEXAge to prepare itedpse its Texas for trfarchitlg.
$L9f tth dl Estan ~boCt Church (liph. i. 21, 28 3) but that He, whb. In 1Conereinhes, r8ecently died of apoplexy do thej 11[. 17Aitr,--In thesel rifiel ofpvtc dkisesid atg Sinceistn Teas Ihae meat wth but oe ohld
SHis own nature and by IDivne invesctiture is coast of G,eorgia or 8. C:-at Fort Pulaski, we peril to the Church, Gocd is visiting giottons of adfmlafin-oe httuh ewqe
~---"Head over ll things" isdithis.assumed ntr we believe. Dpr. StRliickland, Ilhe N. Y. corres. Texas with refreshing from on high. In my some lessons inmy boyhood that helped "olesane
AUUTG. ETME 416. and mediatorship .incomfplete, tilt the Church-- pondent for a long r eml of (the C: Advocate, list of alppointments to preach and take up col. my way" its youth, and that has often comforted
."His fulness" -lrrr.chieveal itrF finalvli,tryand ~whoseldtterswerestiolently~outhern, iachaplain Ip ion~~ e Hor ital-ud h br we al p my erth ti~nit wa Weth. tssldm
THIE CHURCf ~AND ITS READ:.rehd that~exaltation in which ithecomespar of the regiment, which Col. Perry commanded, cdionit~n th Rio~randihelbrh Oin dritesr reath' er Advate comes not, to be greeted with a gliad
The mutual relation substting bdetwezi he. taker~~p:; la~ his glory...6i ll 9 So w are infohmed by a correspondent, nhe pmiin his cicits o~r hhdR takerin chrg of ~twor Aeye and thankul ert. If thrae cud bet anyl
Lord Jesus Christ, and 11is Church is on.:. on te Te etctoito10draed 'mLE t left N. Y. since the Wnr begun. circuit. contiguous to his own, tha~t had bisen osible obance to receive them I wbuld .sub-
mot ntretig tuie ofeedtoheChdti~laiat ment of doctrine~r cre- t ln hd~oo mynyand too imotat ---- Cti--- left by preachers now in the rmly, scribe for twenty~ numbers, one for each com-
ths esyto beset f~rth~in a br~.: .f ed~trsal. T h.-diai b 4 I arrived at Bethtel on Tuesday, use day of iny pany~in this command.
by the 80riptures., But sayfln obsrlato so h hyhtehg lc tlo-.adms CHRISTIAI CC~MMANDERS. I ponmn, irrsdt fate ol Ifthere be any opportunity to, send letters
too 'lltle.y The c a koledge soet, since the evet hold in the moral ecoinomi c1 tth unsure,, "esonintebreso ouir aek assembled for worship at 10 o'clookc. Upon seross~the Hissisrsippi, Iwill write soott again. I
thatd "msery, whdi~hws kept sae mai st," (160m. WOUld suggest at Incr tIlm gli-ry ..( las mis-~;i.r. nfthe religious sentammsent as pretraililig in ortir approaching, I discovered it was the morning would like to have wpritten much more but have
world began6, buth is now mad h from the be; aLnd the certainty of its ultimate triumph. But am'.,1 ~e prayer-meeting. Itook my seat beneath a bush already extended this letter.
xvni.g 25, 26)the mysd ht bery w i-i m for,: ~'-rktical prones we should coinsider the "In many of the~regidlentsmuch of this kindly arbor built aroutid the log Church, while soine Yours truly, W. A. PARSp,
ginnig of he wold hah bee hid n God P urp s infuence re due to teuranelvedcr-good brother was sending tip earnest petitions Chaplaino Waul' Legion, 8 162
but ow i revaled "tht no int theprini- hgh hnorbestwed ven n eath o thoe noer o theoffvdrs Wheever hes arefoun, fo theoutpourng o th. Hoy Sprit.The ashigtonco.,Tex. Aug 8, 862
parlities and powers in heavenly ph8ooli, Ithat is faflones admitted to share its privileges: you invaria~bly also fuid a neat, well disciplined, Church building with its wide cra~cke--bbe plain
ni rhthe int~el ientk creation ehoghu rh mp aniia 1 1finue tparticihpat in e t rd~y ue omna hImp wandthe capper efteoleadthervm a E SD U UY
manifold wisdoin of God." (Eph.ill. 9, 10.) To be raised to universal atqiremney, under ther yor 'Oolonelf~ tulbut ee heetou paighatless xp ene- asoc Iati ns in l up er t Georgisth frto mye ofn lir EdTo:I ocur to e OTht Dthebrhe
be able to comprehend this mystery is one Head, as the firt amon al the orders of cratesed ions comel from men who eneae thogteisaxrea officers mm inity upe.eri h is ero Iin Alabama actoedur wiel in provdin foer Bihop
of the largest gifts of the Spirit-being a intelig@ences-hanving passed by all thle rnks of and would follow them to the -death. As you The prayer-meeting closed-soon the people. Andrew an increased salary, in view of the times.
knowledge "~of thehope of His calling"E bnd of rrugels,cherubim and eerarphim,until they stndnow ;sorne of or ablest Geeral a ~men who were assembled. Though not new to them, And I hope Georgis and Soixth Carolinla will
the "riches of the glory of His inheritance in nearest and most exalted near the troneoqf the a ~arer pfthe soldiewnPolk was a ~bishop, Pen- they listened to the gospel as though this was not do less for Bishop Pierce. It requires no
ithe saints," and of the "exceeding greatness zof) H~iget hogt ina b xpneduonsme n cl t el yDs,. B.e Hiu% eiguau r sh fis ti e tas aofu s ni hdoee sald lau ent mhrwtdha uit te s icch st rcn
aCl~~ ow~er~ [ us-w ~r -power. wroughe futueopsq. of others ocoo ing subordinate positions, ofjfoy told that this was a revivasl after primitive life, than in ordinary times. It is true, also, that
Christ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 whnH teFtdpasdHm[h ueocso.t .ImaIll dj1 Irnown foT Thieir devotion to style. I felt as though I had been travelling in our preachere- in the large stations do receive
divine man, Christ Jesus] from the dead, and -* Chri'llulllly. All these gentlemen have been abarren and parched desert, and had coine t larger salaries than the Geperal Conference.
[now mark the high piirpose of His exaltation,] THANTKSG;IVINGf. eminently successful' in whatever they have lasettot cooling fo midin. ii ; wi-i. rreshirag in allows to our Bishops; to sary nothing of the
set Him at His own right hand, in- the heavenly Lesta heemnh ic tecpttf edrtkn blv hio hed u nhrme tqhrum the thirsty EOUl. Ar~tr ni~il ht i lfd I te propip. pergiisites of a pastor, which do not fall to the
plaes~ar boy al prncialiy ad pwerandthe Southern Confederacy iwas beleaguered by ii environed, -phd are livig illus'rations of the Within eight or ten al-i a o Biabel we~r' aeem. o fa ep-araefe ohm r e
might and dothinion,~ and every name thalt is vast ary and the polile cried to for God deliv. truth that a fightg Ch istian isi as terrible to Ibled uniting their her re.r~ ndl rolugs ;n Lpaper and far be~tien. And ii happen to kno'w, that
named, not only in this world, but also in that h-y elis enemies, as he is Gentle to his friends. and praise nevrdt nwrthsne' hswrhstronicesdbresuo
which is ti come, and hath put all things under erance and He heard them. Twice beaten, the "Gen. Jackson neiver enters a fight without exicuries. Many penitents came weeping to the~ Bishop Pieree; fmnd that on this-and other
His feet, and gave Him to be head over all things invading armyijs nop tried to its utmost strength fiss invoking God's blessing and proteelion, altar. Six were converted- eight joined the accounts, his expenses are much increased. The
to [in behalf of] the Church, which: is His to protect its own capital, in turn thFeatened. The depen~dene at this strange man upoft the Cliurch-preachers and people reirjoed in Gfod. Bishop will pardon these allusions to family
Bod, te fllessof im thlt lleh ll n al.On the day of the last great conflict st iLanas. Deity seems neverto be absent from hia mmnd, Such a time had never been witnessed in Bethel mlittere-these are not ordinary times; an~d I
Bod, he fu6llnessofHmthe fdleth al in all. sas, another great battle, in. Kentucky, resulted "aEnc~dd liteG 'f;' he~ do s o ys, it is always pre- Chrh hsodruhlgCuc wt eethink I know enough of the people.of Gteorgia
(Ephi.1---3 Cmpae aso ol~.1419;in disaster: tiithe enemy, and achieved reut .I o is~al < b he comm~ences-'By in WFstern Tears. was the temp~leof God ~the and.6outhCa~oline~ toany that it is only to le:t
Ph~.i~l~.- 11.)rs, te arat T1 hardly, if at ~ill ~less momentonain deciding the Gtod's lesnwe hiave .today defeated the gate of heaven to,waitingsouls. I aas compefll them know what is right, and the amount will
We~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~Ir haehr is h neraeSno s. .rt o the enemy~s invadingg hosts, than the Ienem).' Em .oiof his bffieers to him the e d to leave stext day, up to which tiine there be fprthcomisg. Let the preachere, then, collect

beig b dvin ivesitueHea oer ll It becomes us to recognjae the goes-oines of [.-1 rrag to Pap~?se) a switingyour attentions.' about the same number of e..nvershmso. Twr estimated, and the- pooferenes can dispos/ of
hilw n n h' ur --sB that Go(, who has heard* our prayers, and w ng.e b (ms recive tem to his ful ~its ays later~ I~ her that the meehu wa r1a e i.otGaei? spa
Head over all things to the Church-asn impor- hlanv te inovot on popleou ePrerasil ae t .t uio 'fte ~a battle has been fought thename rigid Idearned from Brps. Beat and Glillett, -Ite wn.- as to rrne men, 3udge ye wh II i sapE.E
tant distinction being here indicated between remembiance of Divine Power is observed. The diticifasnd wants ot the Bio~randl) Conference., i~s
HisHeashi ovr te hizch nd hatHeour hearts and voices in those acts of public army is draw up ini line, theeerdimut Mlany of the preachers are iB thdF army as Sr
aintHadsis ~over uniersaCnure. nd thet oe thanksgiving and adointion to which he r ll, tr~.va lia hors, as a he r a the preseheoe of hib georasnad Cha~plaisb~oyle-ai privates.a Dr. J. $AIGfBTESLIEB
hanaind, wehrp thiera. hurch invtlnon ithe n us in the f..11 .. .ng r..late t on. r ghd,1b wr~ldL~ tr.rr twit~heendaunore Boring and his son afe surgeons. Those thatRADG OTESLIR.
One or pt dl ao Manssa th..seuc .n iauno .vih edag botraesticWa Zo Bu ed nd c ase if oltecosoErnta, er:bp.Te aea d $10 t sendythe Bible to rns Tetamen
thatfty Cretor nd reaure-phoder ndeenn ess isIn p i see6sIihontrd'' an I: ov.:rome iy rthe piesence of th Buprme Being, detr rfined tri carry on on, work, ad sustain Both amounts are frors a worthy member of our
deppdet,-uleandubjctsandnthslaterfobtstoop o nodw in toegurbfftu an nrrow, b~ut ighholy~appeqi to 'the aspphiric throne.' Few -he Ionferenre. Thiough 'thei-r rnks, at frt Churclh Miss Rutherford, of Bu-keco., No~. Ca.
relation, the power the H~eadship confers is I,!,,lLP!t:e vedtaH%~f~$ ins A ae th eceid gdonr ch spectacles hafre been witnessed in~ modern not revy manc, .have been t~itied qu~t, they 14ho alil sonsr this example?
exercised too; not for the sake of the.4pferidr oum~n .~:stdfor~hft :nT~:irin n legi o oild I OS niRei re ad d that few such will Iconseyst Ihe ground, hoping and praying .H..A. c. WALKEE.
member of the related parties, but for the sake the santt ornrls' B ome.'Aub our0 sgahord more Wnr OW that R hen Ell dsion 8&104 WsFhall cIloie, they
of the Church. For its sake the Head wields 15irrie T e-rav tos hhallid to ~is d edy~e Oeu If4Ie tart ofmnnre ospfegwll beso renped I smc dsrdta
all power, orders all providence, upholds all he x tnguishe Ahsl se va h pea, ards uner dtche nud- Anihobethathe ean lead his~ariny teranBishop Pain~e reachi the Conference at Goliad. ABBEVILLE- CIRTECUIT, S. C.. CONFERENCE.
nature, shapes all events and directs all ends. nifes and driven th bckr in ernay. Unitis 4teewte,-hnvr'odsbesnt rcdst e r From'Bethe I came on to Gonzaesec, on the gin we rdcor hegonesofo o o
Of the H~ead we will not here s-peak particul ngeate foes a di ethe v~use e~~;;s~mj:c;jasio ei Nor8tP: ac etr onayo h exsCneeca hscr
. arly, except to fix the thought, that we speak ir 'ni uroie h renew tsrantr a a nt which plai4I was stationed up to the timne of At the Ridge Chizreh we recently -held a two
of Him, not as He was pre-existently--Son of defedted,annd the vengeance of retributive justice has over eiltering the service. I sttendled the Thursday days' meeting whiich was protracted; and which
God;--or as incarnate, God man in the depth of stny~. 2ig~ e'oc~~s>nal oi :.~DTet;~e REHARKA~BLE PRESERVA~TION.-The husband ofnih re-mtngadppie rye euleinheditot hehrcofie
hasbeengracousl addd anoher qualy brllia t i h the lady referred to, relatesr to us the foillgting meeting for Friday and Saturday nights. whites and three edlored. Bleveral professed
his humiliation ;-or as He might be conceived a nt p aosCi o;gC~gbB~~n~~~~re~D~ eiwerhoe fct:Aldofmaquitcehdbnoll On Sunday night while preaching on the power oerin and the Chlurch wasg greatly refresh-
nowto e, n iolaed ein-hi suferngsallAim 3arm assisted us to ovrercome our enemies at ed from home by the sudden illness of an aged and progress of the Gfospel, thepower .of God ed and strengthened.
fruitless, and He without a worshipper oil earth; eshe~ t&2 he susabeon a he me time;~".,B father. On the morning of Thursday, the 4hcmedown- upon preacher and congregation. Our third quarterly~ meeting pias .held at
but. we speak of H~im as He is---as He is reveal- th ~wick de nofornoi~e a Phta inst., she took passageon the M..& G. R. Rt. Al. For the first time in three yersrjoicing of Smyrns. -This Church, having more than thirty
ed to ris, as God incarnate, having passed p aweshould bowsnes dow in ee andorng ankfulnessto to return to her family. The cars were a good hrsin dnecoer wsheard in Gon- of its members atthe seat of war, a "basket"
thorohhisd rpaessiong and death, rsitsen acended,' andtoG wimh t # fthnka]e, edih~t deal crowded, but there, happened to be in the s ales Church. iecting was :substituted for the customary
gloifed rereeninginheven atis Had rseIn me@daeteiseso l vns i in~dmoini rar7 E r rircat -ats, two exactly o-The. meeting was continued morning and Caml-meetiing.- It Iasted four days with signs
saved and .glorifiedhumsaity, while His Church fhih e aepealmanner, ascribe the I~i.r a cilaire L Jb o hr o~n seL -.de. The gentleman evening. The good work was mostly in the following, after which a three days' meeting
as His Body, represents Him on earth--so that ftse ~ny t ere"d a" spns enb aocconipanied her, on Entering the car, laid ChurPch, sanctifying believers-reecl giming back';, wa ppointed, which wass prettacted to inix dnays
its existence is essential to the constituting Him apartt~ Tuarte1hdaof8ebr itnt, s is overcoat and soldier's blanket oft one seat sliders. Twenty-twro whites and seventy-one colored were
what He is in his compler nature, the .Lord and-dyf en kdsmPBe neg~ ~~~ Ital ym~i esd,e rtel and the ladies' satchel on thatjuilt behind it In order to meet the stage I was compelled to reepiried into probationary memblership, and a
. or the trium of our arms 2 od and at anas. expecting- her to occupy that seat, but she leave on Wednesday night. As I passed by the goodly numnber erejiistified by faith. Brothers
Saviour, Jesus Christ, as distinct from Dhime a's~ndolmdentoe e ieeeC1e passedfo the one directly opposite; he theneChurch thepeople werecoming from il direc- Young, 3faiddin, Ray, Davis, Latimer and
Governor of the universe. ford te rnt& or chs, nd toimpl I~l ch paron uc a j before her. 0Scrcely had the train resumed its Ilight. M~y thoughts turned at once tothe enjoying the days of Hesiren upon earth.
We mean here by the term Church, not the fi~na ttai ej~ Bnt to thj~:B~eBrs ble ie at TO der U cd hna saeha"pere h otmtepeaoe owic h eemdofte Telclprahr ntecici r lu
aggregate of the saints on earth, who are the avnd atermtaP~tes, sI~chm~ondd hb",~;~sh~)~tahisfou~~rth daspt~em. of he ar pasnsin throughiece the gentlea' odwl ofom allpeab~, t nation the rearmd fthe an fee
constituents of His unseen K~ingdom; nor any herA.~ D 1862. Jarreasex Dina. bllnket ~andovercoat and entirely demolishizig The revival was still in progress 'ihursdsy Wdg are still in tbh midst of tl e protracted
organized division of that multitude, who under By sle Prp ,seed ofsate the t'wo unoccupied senits. So fierce was the night. At the Thursday night prsayr-nzebting meeting campaign. Let the frneds of Zion
different naques claim to belong to His visible JP.8am Sc ott. grasp of the iron monster, than the car was i n La Grange, there was a large attendance,:and pryfru.A. t. sTarY.
Kingdom; but we mean it to embrace the ag -- wrenched from its coupling as with the forceof much of a praying spirit -heres One brother August 26th, 1882>
gregate of those organizatipna, whose members, THE YOUNG HEROES. a gint, and entirely separated from its com- told me there was a good prospect for better --; -;---
with whatever of variant forms or of difference IOmn for et u rvetorms panions. No person, fortunately, was seriously times in the Chuich. GerBBussono' CZr., GA*. Cor.~-The Rev. W. J.
in minor and non-vital points, have received His owmnofurbsorrvetormotinjured, ~but that grateful lady felt, on returning The people everywhere in Texals arer tc-...gn Oocter writes: 'I am happy to report that
promising Jpung men have ssrswered to the roll- at evening, to ber visilffuhusband and children, ning in good earnhest to call on Gfod f.,r hely. the Lord has graciously revived His work at
law and the dispensa~tion of His Gosrpel and its call of D~eath. As day- afterda~y the tidings of how mercifully God hain guided her firom that I n the last six weeks I have been in threnHastings Chapel. Bro. Bigham held the 3d
ordinances and doctrines, and have become the battle spread, how does the dark shadow ateal Idoomed. sekzt. Surely thereis awatch;ful~rovi, different Churches, have heard pr~Meaer or quarosrly meeting. assisted by J. L;. Pierce and
conservators of these for their perpetuation and over many a threshold, whence a little while deoice who directs the waygs of those who trlisti laymen pray in each Church in the city sad Bro, Malaby. The meeting was continued
diffusion among mankind. We speak thezi of since the bratve young patriot went forth. to meet his care. country. The principal part of all these prayerseeen days. Prof. Foote was with us two dlays
the organized Churches as a whole, as composing his cokintry's foes in the school of arms. Al; ar behrilf of our bleeding land;' I have lieard a t~the -clse of-the meeting. It has been a time
one Body--one visibjle Church on earth--made residy the earliest tidings tell of the death of DB. BUrrzxo's SaXous.--The Centrl Presby prayers that appeared to have little energje un- ofrefreshing from- the presence of the Lord to
up of all those open. professors of Christ, who some-the sons of frends whose names are well terian copies from the Princeton Revieuo a notice t il they came to importune in behalf of our membership, with some 10 conversions and
are holding "by the Head." Whether this or known to the Church, as among her most hon- of a volume of sermons by Dr. Jabes Bunting, coimtry; then every petition seemed to beizi. 8 ~accessions to the Churob. A good work is
that sect or denomination is of the Body of .d ,,~ W cp the follow fro the asiollows: spiredand burdened -with wsint. Themst goingonI among the colored people st Whsite
Christ is to be knowit by noting wherein its vital Chearle An co py oingom This large ootavo, of _nearly five hundred frvnt raea s Ierweby tre apr in Ph eins. Otif Babbath-schools aree .diir itT t
imi eih Hntis atuestdnotby arkng Theodotus Le~rand Capers, youngest. son of Iczie o a ntow any i 8 es def wha rage These soul-tirring prayers Were in lOra -LiterH the) have nO Ohiidren and but few
it difrences in external points. from o er the late milliam Capers,DI.D,.oneof theerirliest are yet to apear. The author, Dr. Bunting, behalf or our country, ~sickr soldiers and beadults. There, is' a-decided improvement in
sects. By this aggregate of organized Christia Bishops of the Mlethodist E~piscopsl- Church., was Iamon b foremostof thej Wesleya peach- reavred families. Stich is .the spirit. of the our schools. In the masin there is. an interest
bodies, Qhrisi~is .represented on earth, and South, was abenerous youth of iioble- endow- ers of En land. The public will be g d have Cunrch. in Texas, asnd such no -doubt the taken by tenobiersand pupils that gives promise
thribugh it He reveals Eimself--reve-ile Hi.m fs atndn eond i~~t n~, pal-, C rm a iby I..ei- I Ihe. rpitiwuenaofhh. pr- achi~ng i frequency and fervency of prayer, going up of~greateficincy andsuccess. I zustsay.th~e
grace-HIis rule--His providenep--Hisi~~rr wor of i and exple, to the highest dutiesof patriotia [ uhid3pi fro piousll hert in~ allg o the Southen States.~ Ide reoi oblyESIIqL in C~t.-his ork." J
salvation spiredemption; and by it, and fort, and service of their "8outhland" qpnurtry. ,,, a l ent l~me t, w.It an se onal Imne if histoode- We inTeasR--y~ou in Georgia.a;nd teSae
He is to establish Ilis Kinlgdom on earth .as the sons of Bishop Capers entered thi I~orLded tIe pecI uliarrsues; by great ilmpl.l.:;ty bnd foceal meet at the same mercy seat, a8anc. A.Cu.TeRv .W
already in heaven. For the sake of this church "-te service at an early stagaof rbld war. It rr of thought and dictse-r, ty irent.r al..i i~. rms t. "Where Jesus answered pryer,'* Zteynolds Isritaes i L'otwithgtanding the glongs
all things are--and all heaven's resources will be the wish and earnest prayrer of mrany, many nd.= uhic~h in fulse an imlpassioned glow into his pleading day aud night~ in behalf of Usle same that pervades the land in consequence of the
forthcfrens hatshncuseofou cnuetrnvra esenionn tryL~ 1. Ith re (reac and appeals; in short, by; BInever Sighteous cause. Will not Elijah's Godl and our absence of friends an4 relatives in the army,
i'?7:1:0 '""'t."t:"if""""i:der% nebrydo t ny e fo hipgh k d / e hemro reollbc the tido sor and r Hunare. hAt Vawer e peIal wars i
sin and Satan with which it wages perpetual war. belsovhed anlebin g ht inus Cl~tndeorl dakdd pece.* ptefonapo tas?"ill not, Gtod power manifested to, save-aixty four beihg
and complete trium~p~h and exaltation of, the the person of Whrtitefoo~rd Andrew Smith, son of PROFIDENCE OF bOD.- -A haplain mn our army niefg hts TI ell yu h willeveungt hem speeadl. have t beren elatohurher ints wit inoteaes
Church overall its foes. P professor Wilitefoord Smith, D.D., ,of Tirofford near Richmond writes: "No true soldier will Oiht I yel sons ndauhtero God, avng wseeping~ ofa ,atanbps Seld Gtode pins with us, and the
And this, too, precisely because it 3 E-s E ady College, well known in this his native city. deny the protection of God, Since entering the beosuse of national calamity, pray on14pntinue conestat prayers of thousands for victory and
and in so far, a it were, ~is very self. W.e be. To these names wemud 'a~dd theliame o~ehat army more than twAelve months ago, I have to bedew. the mercy seat -with your fears o peneq irill be heard, nojless than those for par-
lieve we do not state t~he truth too .strongly, of the son of another well known servant of the known but two men who have avowed infidel contrition and :supplication 1 The people all] don.. How longl;Ch I Lord, how long before
when we speak of the church, as th~e olrmpolen `Church, HI. Ai. WSwain, sonof the Rev. Wr. A. sentiments on this :subject, both -of whom,- over the South are sailing from the depths o its balmy wings shall again hover over us and
of the incarnate Son of God, ou odJssMcSwain, of the S. C. Conference, though in command, one of a company, and the their souls, 'Lord, helpl" we receive delivernmge from the oppr~essions of
Christ-the only Being~ related to the universe These young patriots irie all me-mbcr- of~rr the qtr nl. a rgi;merit, betrayed in the hotir of Texams are not only fighting bravely and temporal and spiritual foes."~.
not only as Lord bit likewise as Saviour. "Ye same company-the Pialme~rceeureboo daung. r the mer, diagraceful cowardied, and are praymng faithfully butgivin lgo aly v eBrwe. A lfr.TeRvD .Mr
areecmnplete in Him,". says Psni.u'l;which is the~ Let the country hold..their apame in grtflnwobjects of derision through itit its entire don I ationsto the Heospitle Fun. If necessary wriPtes Aug 20ti ";-Thiswil ear you the web
Head~ of all princip~alityi ind power;" and it remembrance. oirole of their acquaintance." they will give all they pospeas to help support coine new~s that reviival fie is spreading through
seems no departure frm pthe trth to say, tha o H P. .O a-~~Y ibWL-tknIuFr anies while struggling for liberty. The this aeetion of 11e country. I have just closed
















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have another meeting appointed and the prog. RIcauoND, KY., Augtidt 80. thoroughly routed, g Ing #fFin lanadise ei, tnd e




and nights ce& marches, and fighting three bat- were commenced by our army, sohie of which it
For thq Southira Chrlation Advocate. tles in two' hours. would be improper to mentfdn. It is reportedthat
OUR BISHOPS MUST BE SUPPOR I'ED. The oou a shall know of your suiterings on the Gen. Lee has had his headquarters for a tinie at
With the fall of Nashville arid the capture of nah e as wcil as of the bold, pressing charges 6f %ast, asdl w down as Anandale, eight miles fiom

.17:"'1'"so."'t "Go"""!.vid.T.n o&""rfoli"5""Lit. "Int":"'.d*M MEB8AGE F THE PRN AE8WT3H LATE BAT*
ded and feels the cruel desolation of war. No ral Chkplaine shall return thanks toAlmigray 0.:.i. Fr **.ar .ne. r a .4 re
people have suffered more than those of wk see merates anddgoodnessthese victor1-.- Farm at** < r er r gr .
Louisiana. ]Ve cannot, therefore, resisonably fromas 21 er1romm ae o extract E
look for much assistance from either of these Rxcamph, KT., August so, 1862.-w. nar., re c.
Conferences. Hence, Alabama must do the had to-day three different and hotly co-n. .v-J but -
most towards the support of Bishop Ahdrew; slen.* Tne enemy's force r orted at 14,<;%; Tracy ,ro
as according to the Atlanta arrangement, he made the firsMt ad gt theToot of Big HIll test cr. L fo 3
a to depend onhis salary upon the three inond, OO tr loss o ied ediAtobuet 0 / h pl I r a.r r
forences men andasmatly wounded. Thatof the enemy, killed =1. r ar ea. 1 .
The Alabama Conference is the only one in and wounded, doxibles ours, besides over .. == pro- 'r in on g
the Confederate States so amall a portion of oners. Captain Scott is now, 0 o'clock, P M Ir= c:rr.rr an tr. ac,<,p
which has fallen into the hands of thesnemy the rear, so that in the morning e shall captur., as ar.er o r.o


desolated by the foe. No military despot die. nels, and captured large quantities of mmmary wro. v. .
tates our prayers or closes our churches. Olir stores.-Col. Scott, who was pursuing, M J.in now us we ... c., a
lines have fallen topsin pleasant places, and moreand alo80 havec ture t.ten- arme-- r., myr. .. yrr mar, 0
truly we have a goodly heritage. We, then, of one fight. No enemy now between this andd Lox- headiedDepartment, R kmend, September2d,1862.
the Alabama Conference must feel it our duty ington. God be praised. &,"ggrapnG asLe & Air a wh eniC 7





for its superintendent so wise and goost a mati able to do next week. We publish this wepk, first towards Aletandr a
The infirmitiestof a ra creeping over him, a tele rahp a retor dated on the battle-Jleld on the' th r e a rea e n

him t Te idl .o nis.tlaxm moros nor 0 <[.2 c..s .0, .1...; SO, via Rapidan, Sept 1 -The r a and at alu b hn, to
lovely man, the same earnest faithful m sister. I th en M -sonsast ha been for a sal r .se outfr e
We ought to feel it a privilege to give to such a yith the excep8ipon that our troops occupied many r h d to d at8le, askingpermf a
man, and we do. Here, in thia little village of of the positions heldrby the enem at that time, rods a me mths eaapp ared ntheagene. After
Summerfield, we have raised, almost or 'r.1ut and the Fe lorals folight upon groun that luk1bpeR tak in it eMag medour trr worsm to rm wr
effort, more than three hundred dollars for this "RI.1 by hs. Several of our regiments entered the "oontrabarids.0--- shniond squirer, 6th,,

:=,::::::d ur g a ed will nees ov t o 3 o a een 'ro a itriarchilob by th o r
stations must not allow themselves to be 11.1.:, .1. ( 80th. Gen. Longstreet commanded the right, the enemy g the place. The retreat wai con-
intheshade bya villageofsome twentyfami- Gen.Jackson on the left, theirlinebeinginthe datedhqa thlodeterminatibntodoallthehann


luxury theyean extioythese was times is the greatconf.ni.-r. .1 brate..rr of twenty pieces of ene @rea doned.4 m ema gfdit atoo
noble one of giving. The Church is sitffering, artillery c .mr ..rd..i l.y Col. 8. D. Lee, of South ande? The em hto cou the line of retreat towards
flocks are without pastors, and districts without amlin mowe theda usb 8 as o treet ad but aband. Bs pra e a n a o ve
elders; let usybo abill ntour organ nations and advanced his whole line, which yas in a short e dio ebooof as a nn & @sworts of m rt


su more be rdeed than a sufBolency it t r ly rd
willbewisely appropriated for thebeheStof super' 0 n lus rals or den th ml BaP s'," ice so to a on e event in, so so cause
annuated whers, widows, orphans, eto- MorrelPs, Sickles', Milroy's, Mcolellan'sand Pope' so a tes i narri Gohrdo eiHe t. -
P say this much be- divaszons. The loss of the enemy exceeds that of Raver Turnpiketo the left and in advance of Centreville,
eause it has been made my dtity by the proper the Confederates flve to one. Their dead cover the He drove the Yankees, who were supposed to be the rear
authorities to attend to this matter. I cotil4 field. Our men captured number ofbatteries, gasatalame n useirn sofanirarm ra con dern
hardly say less, and I will not say more. numerous stands of colors, thousands of prisoners, won y!s loss was gTeater, including cen. Philip Kearney,
Athrnerfield, Ala. R. A. BAKER. dh omt xco ednhhouessnedentan of armstb Ilore ndthernb 0 b neknemysenje(r d unt ealedeaving
would not be encumbered.with them. One Yanm n 2 li n enope t onsandernor ngra ners ade b

For.the Southern Chrlatina Advocate, aBrigadier-General s now lyihg deadsat ae o Ro y f m ody a i a r n r eed. o

The BilHEW e ioCO Ve StaOteNof South k n e b as
Carolina will meet at Columbia oh the 16th SeP b f South s, 12, to ls eno. Ours is estimated at sooo.
member, at 7} o'clock, P. M. This annual con- Bee tro Moore a ndM se ep et nifa sara
vocation of the friends of the Bible has produced Del Kemper is severely wounded in the shoulder, in the we of Murfreeaboro by orrest.---Gen Admo
the most salutary effects in years gone by, The Adjutant Tabb and Capt. Mitchell, of the 1st Vir- assee, sta sepah adta ed soonu o la a

4x::..ohadunesnu8nvienaReen non in an n ten]
the plans devised and executed for the dissemi- Fifty citizens of Washington came out to witness he or e ee a onp d can
nation of the Word of God-all taken together, the show. We have bagged the wbole lot. Bolivar and Jackson, Tenn,, destroying the brid s and
indicate the importance and success of these The next is a Yankee account reported by tele trestle work. At Denmark, he eneountered two federal

i et rn n with all its mb Im e fn 1st nd an he r o a its t it no
rassments ? How shaTwe in these trouble f ethan 8, @o 11iend nd & dF'9 yelai ent 7 e oso) es r oas
times, carry out the objects contemplated ? It a victo Of Saturday's fight the American Bays: h Denmark fight one Lise ana oo nel and eg tanthe
can only be done by the manifestation of an at a it sants remains wi thle ebels." T un dre aloom eCrs r k n I deserve h



5::"s'""i'"' "Y:::"":11;nh E u h To3 Ir s8 rgelso f e A No
have Dalegates appointedt a ethConvention, D e 9h 2m I hani fa sr jo # eo e n e m rd

snerificee tap manmuthus the wh2 he rs la of 000o n ikiHed. Pope's report as tes o war le Ka
may be represented, and the good work army be We add to thesenecounts the latest accountat4ken rr r *3 r / r r
successfully prosecuted, from the .Richmad Enquirer of Saturday-the, "gi, ,j s s...a.,re, I r at .2
How many South Carolina Soldiers are desti. fullest re ort we have yet seen of the battles- Mrs reon EAsT Tanur a Te 5 -


ment, would be aided in figlising the good fight recent battles in Virginia Up to Friday night- Gree Ky.. Te %ea a aca .d
of faith?" the evening before the great battle-they admit fromwinchester.Tenna ar. r r tr. rd
Let us at this time, above all otheria, push for- that their losses amounted to seventeen thousand ion of H n strib T e or
ward the great work of supplying the destitute men! We sup ose that this estimate refers only to 6 eir mardh.
with the stiered Book. 8., Ja- uba a ons 11Tndd a dM a 5 r
Junction and Catlett's Station. The battle of Thurs- '.
day was fought near Groveton, between Jacksob, on 1 rr d as
our side, and McDowell and Seigel, on the part of r.r .0
g g the enemy, the latter making the attack, which : un
Jackson repulsed. The battle of the nexT days ]ft1- e ,

R.':said by some to haveRaken laceta Thtorough- ..
Tax Ysar Laser.-Wearrest the preasto givethe outlines which B pad Run and the Manassas Gap Railro i 1..
the latest news from Northern papers, of 7th sege, vtamt assag T hoo le Lb ise et mare rr or

Gen. Kirby Bmith has captured Newpog6 and Covington, was ch d-probsol o Thurs y by th res-


"ssonewaly Jackson is 2narching on Baltimore with socco eightpmiles distan*, and fought the battle of Friday, .
men, tics Leeaburg, Va. near Butley Church. On Saturday, the great battle . n .. n
Popq has fallesba n Falle' Church to Washingtori. was fought-Longstreet on our right, Jackson on *
Stas K arbeyand Btevens killed in rqppnt combats. In- the left. In the battle of Friday, as in that of a Fwnfax n --
tenseezeitementinWashipsh). Thursday, Pope claims the victorythoughcan ng, they burnt the 1
The Confederates have taken achannan, and threaten easing to a loss of eight thousand, Gen. Lee, hOW vers and the b xildin
larksiturg, Western Va. Ver teB fle oilr s eess on be odeas as and 1* r
Tax GoxPEDanATE Cox 44tes beenoeou- our neralsheldor gained the desired position .

I."itti-?pwn pa lat respot uwn h a th si Wa on
Ran rs. The followmg la the only when, that pose, from a com prison of di rent accounts, that T Extr DOLLAES BRA #.0 t (18 OI



ceysubmittedse/aitute, providing for a requst- ingofJuly 21st, 1861. TVo, however, stretched Here is an opportunity for active an ..-la rrs..u
tion upon the Executive authorities of the several vestwardly to Groveton, about a mile higher preachers, class-leadersi, young bretlawn, and the
States for the quotas of troo a to be raise hfrom up the turnpike road than did the enemy preacher's wife and th.:.e. inest es. ... sul of ag. nt
citizens between the said .4 After s leng y.do- in the previous battle, and curving around -young Christian s...m. ,-to sal a e.-.3mi w na 1...r
bate, the substitute was re3eeted, by a vote of 7 to Dogan a house extended towards Matthew's. the Church-keeping its paper olive-and to supply
s da tela ill Anal@ asedTh uth ad nt In Pd oeg sn i eob at si asks n nRour left themselves with a fund of useful information.

at 2 1 Wal Mkmc6, dg u ad E BE iE OF IEF ALIGLInT.1 MAPiliff
sons who are residents of the Confederate States in thre direePob ef Occo nan. On these tastriames 7 e v. <... so r. c ne less .I.n. .



1 opera on may not be politic. The Senate then particularly heavyt or n e. Mr.r s- c
yourn mbe Wedonoteiddli rts cOlellan'sdeath. ( us tuirton
FromtheKnozvill Tenn..Ro ster, rL edonotthink le 11ewas inthe g 1. M. L F.
GLORIOUS NE 8 FRO KE TQCKY. A v9 arge portion of his comappd was detach .1 P n. a- a is .st p. I aher.
ThefoHoying wgseceived from Gen, Kirby to seestataptie; bad hehimselfgone, a n ..2 f. .r abused.
Smith: woul haverailked:P atAkenthecommand .,,
Wehadthreelightsonth falticlimond, whichTraisprobablynodesiredhsPopowasseeially C P .
K. Theenemywascompletelyrouted General broughtontofedee!nthecampaignwhich echt- .1c. Telsorcar.. sor
N son was wowided in the thigh. General Miller lan had lost. The mortality among the enem ". n ,,, p rr untl M re r: e. 1 P im.
k About 8.000 prisoners, including General generals is, however, very reat, secording to their - e tr 1 11 s..ons
Mans and stat, ceptsugd, together w# all their own statements-folir kil ed and four severely ex e- car a s.ms o n..



order- womy were slain in Feat members, an4 were ansmuss qu.s.s some us Pract-see and Heavy .1rocurses.


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LOIS TEE WITCH. he almost drove I or Lorne lier down ibespeat and onl)y re so pany ad .0 ce r Look .1arp, o r ft
!All they reacheJ Usess 1...me. 13 ky.rknd may trai arou ITrk.eomethingbest," r. -.
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CHAP, XL-PAxan's JEALOUSY. pgyp Jacy..:.0 audi lier son Mah HTOL #[610 L*0 8th* 'thnit mt* li*dirty 10f. E.**F0*'. ) u 6 s.r, I r r
the letter was written-laid on the chest- present or thr, la.ngrr.g .:.1, the I.rst. web erecu, *(red no penar. 500 -m.. bate farest. ints . .. e
and, ere ds) dawnedLoinwasastirFaith watch- 10.1 .n Asiam, as p.ous 44 godly grownsiva B.Ily, mas 1.1 we'll tir..J another rare long ( 't.,
herfrowthetween her halfeloshd<. Inte- (,aIniv. .111 the other m"embers were emerly That ks.*\ 10 r..at edi, near p.:.ar, and never to
In lids that had never been closed in at BP E'=* i.3rt.JJ. r. to st.r out ur.I.1 to.;l. time p the low- all to- 6. re will keep alas warni. .=0.1 af .,
ei elong night. The instant Loig, cloaked shd* tolling 1...11 announced that at wandows an thi.. man and wom is. I..rryli haus. tl..= tory angel v ser
Hooded, left the room, Faibli sprangtili, and Worldfo. Ilora, the Indian pub in. 171200 time well feed b.m. Ed 1.,1.1 their w;ng, r.I..aut him. I'**.. .n
b prepared to go to her mother, whom she heagd execution use..-r.Je.1. these was la Le a 4...lemn **Este 0 (1). me, b II Gr,.1 or.. trier .sis n. .
already stirring. Nearly every one in Salem prayer-meet.ng or all the m[iubstiants oI Salem, More tal na rair a bryseful hole s.:.ul II her st en n no .
wasawakeanduponthisawfulmorningthough minister's hel c..m.* born a da rance todd by ,tir.rlan, an ell. hr.e estlyrepaidb. willne-t run. cr..r 1
few were out of dooils as Isoia passed along the the gilk.nev of the.r pre.). rs n these errort a .to meal.thinged Ge.J m.iple barn to r .7 .. a on- ",.," ..r.
streets. .Here was the hastily-efectid gallows' putge 11.0 It.nd of 11.0 theblackshadowofwhio fellygrosstheiiree Thesev.ns reann.10 thank igrat theprett'old helpbuILLlouve't+.dea Want ornrset aunk .r, a.m
with ghastly significance; now ifle had to p., inectingenuse.rlus.i be c. gJed, and wlum such n e.(orst. n.:.r 61. stan .r- l. r s. Ism I,.m no
the iron-barred jail, through thirringlamed wm faids ars.J 1....; rm.l.e.1 hou Orace fl.. k on rani tabout is.r a dise sun als..r.I. .Cur.-t dows of whick she 4,.0.1 th= fairIul.:r, e. as w.r.4 u..r -laractor.n to radance. aging. dwell th afty .-.1 p .1..
woman and the ,1 war.) fr.rifep-. Cash. ,>1 rers.J. leT ran earls start to, that-place. .
sped, sick alm 4@ntness, tc. El... ar. l..q .0 ac .al- r r. old womap was to.gbirst an heritsund
woman whi\re NoQLn lodged. Jic Mar. a pse grajjicipation pf ):he hight she was to ste .. '*What rst.ur toes.. a .ie 1 .1 a orn-
age and abioad- gdne hi= I.r.e. Le : ,,,, naastiy minute4were over, and spoke in ii -leman to a lefts.: pr me can. 1.0 I ami as n, rit, sh re un
liev to the jail. Thither Lois, uposting Line In ore hurried.and in .:.1.. rent m man r than saw la.>.e. on n Ir-end.rse..t wit s.... -, iviords "for life and for death!" was forcell togo her wbut. She was dr. --1 .n her ur .11. bent': la.m w.th pear ratent. -n. . rraynersal le in i
1 Raitracing her steeps, she was thankful toneebig but her face was vers :...s rand tol..rles-. and if ---- -no .r.. wr v.J. a he c) I read
sugue....virthosedismalportalsrenderedmore she seeined afraid so .:...ac. -peaking ol-out, "'Y'.ufal)...urnal .
a.anal [--rr eing in heor -La-la.s just as -ha g;,,,p.aEni-J attrar Ar. li ter she Us...uld use I.me re spefl,-r for 1. ni, r v.
approached Wjust usi ..aur..i lu.3 1,.-cu abe to.chsak.', 54..na:-,:h -ar.+1 be her, p rf.vals, U.:..s oldam p." .. ..*,. ..3
Itnew not; but hed...c.u-J;r .i -. := ns i.x-1 rs? -0. r;e..11, r.11, he u se st..c. in his sur..st s clerk s. r 3asesMW, -.r ., . 4,
pritFaith'sletterinto LI, hande ar..A rar..] r+fore I H : lisde, to was pider than His wome, bul, xL e I.:.oked ant.:.hrr boness tweard, t, rh.:.n:1s c.
him quietly waiting until he should read it, and wore a kfadooflabsent, tapt express.. 0. nIrt... rr '" set .al. tra winter norrup for la user.pt.ca, . .
deliver the expected answer. But, instead of I Ia. ,wa of a muU abbout-es a so-.4a. al- falstgaradisgry.v., sin I ber;aessnes as@arnest main .1
pporting it,- he held it in 14, novel. repriventl/ nist...I. soil hold.r.; Las an lier lieregfrasp. (salt qI lan4 blue aspi-ank-st...fis.. bel:.-'
absorbed li. it...uglar .it la r 1.0 4..3Re .ibit.J. 4,,,,.9 4:h v..t..-3 ar..A altalled but stall dynarniry., Y..u I..ck like atty....vi gari I, ,au #.1.1.1 ,
but more t, b.r...eli th'zas so 1.* f Hi- manner psia ..io p:culant anot its r, no, my- ^~ .1 '1 .m .
"MyGodiandissheir..n it.d.+,u([aisle r .usermused *facr islyne1. obs..rse himmore heirst oberl. IamLAl aw-- .
fuldelirium? Itmust1.--.var b ,ni doit 910-sh hewroan1%;.[ ranetIsimitmentaliseb tome..
rium, that prompts smi. sm. I and he.rral er.J.3ar usual L. mother ar.. culan *Iarn <.rr to rne thir. 1 tear make ydu


IL:.-em L n,...i.red he. It belfayal 1.0 ,, ,:re.....Jizrpower a "Are you not al up targ. Alep 9 are .
even.ug tv3. rate0.:. new to r.g re.g..r. J.even Usa beaul.aul .. the I.anad .2 B.mal@.i xer good ?" 1 . .
alter 2-: @*J m4su. .niven.:.r. .. ..r. er...ugh ad. as, L..-pand be yountain-1 16411or eshe ; as ir. .
Long ion g far. fters, Is..agn 4 J," a .ems to, ,:Mrs is. r. lying brack i the"r a not IIke D.; you wanktol.p bappy always .. .
10.,1 riAnuste,.ruper-ratar., r.rl thead.cip- n limiron g. r"ibey shall ki,. away tleblack ( 401 r.t
1.98 .r..au.e 6.- Intr.--A IfJnna ran, fr.r ch ..r feel attlerfiqiherdrianusther.:.-c..I "Chen skyazeyogeter had, it you .
al.pall- n : L, the STith,..r.il as us.ela .be fer us. L arrd.. II ar her pl.-a-ling therpg those urit appy? ,, *
ma-J. 14..LL ..71'n.2..rg in ,pwall- -ro u.. ..0 oral a lso.: any.I r.:. b,-ry-.th. rki,4 The Gulo girlopersed her grapt e d'er. -
a... Ire-r"p.r i t. elf alrrnear ,rse,- kb.st'%L. pr. sho tor ra war ror ms.r.. .irableP and thourts a"moment ia l sleen al er


-s.r. 1. 1, .r .4,,r st,.- 3 [.0.=, ,"),.,.1,;|.] c. ...u reIsrel ye actedurn.* thema.m. litiall ur duty re tier think ofthigansfrer tra 0 ru rosecro e, o ahee rn
surfer ed. .ni.- r ro of- jer ld'-eral herto e....,,rred..-n. A ut rn:.r use one'3sighted or 4.,- "*ivi ebe give ik Perhaps yon say, "Ikwas Thyworkisdoneandwel done J. J F
d-.isit .n ,,. ra ,or, ..I mo-i i.rror I li tans rose 1 -1.- .ca= III. twins to speak: Le.:/st.ie.=Ise wasalitQegirlapdds, quckliluch, Imor Wx.T.Costsof 46thReg Ga Vol..dedof typhoid
es to be done?" "Dear friends, do not think of pro On w..a d. r nd that was the easiest -answpr she could ril 3an erw "e to tddf n is 40th ar. E. r is 3 r
"YetScripturests, that.weart. not their ( ,rs, oriday adthe true. I am in G.>d' harris. mAe. nhts dau 2d nadd Irgu /,ar, r r / .regr r rr
witches in the ladd. sink L .sa 1.kly. All the sanie, whether he have the gift of proph Could she have mentioned any reason for death He was empharml na ood r so is. in June1862 He way lightly wounded at tt efork
"Tpe;Thybuld I [ ask IT Pr *pste titl the key or not. Besides, hear yout not that I end doing wrong? She might have made a grdat ec si saniThew w2 and corrnu ora 1,, 1 .1
4 ers of God's 1.. pl.. r 1.2 ..ne up.fir 11is where all would fain end? Think of him and many excuses; but there is great difference prified his pdfe ion by his conduct, that all we .. 1'
zedrcy. Some would rna f<.l Lar poor wretch his needs. Such times as these always leave him betweeri an excuse and a reason. An excuse is ne or 13, dt fee 3a a ir I cip earedisseq he
assheis. You would, H.'iI. BarclayIanx exhausted and weary when he comes out of almostrinything that may be said just for an his unt ,tr g 01ode td
sure?" But he said it in a questioning tone. them." answer; and many children seem to think that alth; but wphen this call was made he said 1
"I have been praying for her in the night And she busied herself in cares for his refresh- it matteis little what they do say when they are so vstiandan knew I n .0.
many a time," said Lois, in a low voice. "I pray ment, aiding her aunt/s trembling hands to set reproved. But a "reason" for an act, what is ritaramidestthetria 4 ndter Ei F .
for her in my heart at this anoment; I suppose before him the requisite food, as he inow sattired that? Something which will justify the net, leinTpa d ji=}ofrue. ,
they are bidden 40 put her out of.the land, but and bewildered, gathering together with dim: which when it is .stated, will make the act seem testimony to the comforts .
I would not have her entirely God-forsaken. culty his scattered senses. properandrigf&( That is n, "reason," and nothing aionana 1very try hour F
But, sir, you have not read my cousin's letter. Prudence did all she could to assist and speed less than that is a reASon. a In hi d thd .
And she bade me bring back an answer with their departure, but Faith stood apart, watching And now can. any of our yoxing readers im- tionate busbandandfather r 1 ..r r
much urgency." in silence with her passionate, aggry eyes. prove upon thah little girPs answer ? Do any of m oovnomn Isn h .cr n. w.H. v. r
Still he delayed: ITe was thinking of the them "linow ofa reason" that will make.bad JurnH.MoRandaughte or 3 F ,
dreadful confession be came from hearing. If ----- conduct seem proper ? Can they niake a wrong died in Knoxville, Tena.,A .;
it were true, the beautiful earth was a. polluted act fight? rn na eg n onetsC /
place, and he almost virished to die, to escape That boy who has -disobeyed his mother, or entering womanhood; was .cr r t
fromsuchfoollution, into the.white innocenceof 1 treatedhissisterunkindlyorbrokentheSabbath, addi n elBho Any .. r
those who stood in the presence of God. NEVER TELL A LIE* or played truantfromsehool, or told a falsehood, Team, when the fell destr r .rr ... 5
Suddenly his eyes fell on Lois'p pure, grave Two lads came at an early hour to country or used profane language, does he "know a g ee
face, upturned and watching his. Faith in markettownandspreadingouttheirlittlestalide, reason" for his conduct? Instead ofdespising andeet na lial I .
earthly goodness came over his soul in that they zat down to wait for customers. Orie sold the simplicity of E 's amiwer, he had better $ to her friends To a < .n ,
instant, "and he blessed her unaware." melonaand other fruits, the.other dealtin oysters learn a lesson from it, and repent of deeds for sun ad @ 8 1 ...ru 3
Jie put his hand on her shoulder with an and fish. The market hours passed along, and which he can give no reason, to God and for several year r r.rar.. r ,i -n, ,
action half paternal, although the difference in each little dealer saw with pleasure his stores If any girl who reads this "is bad sometimes," (on c onely edhear straq s..s. r
their ages was not above a dozen years, and, steadily decreasing, while the money was filling and makes her mother, or teacher, or herbroth- "gr a /sovea turesTg . *, .
bending a little toward her,-whispered, balf to their pockets. The last melon lay on Harry's ers and sisters trouble, we wish abe would ask sustained herwh a dying E r n ..si ...
Himself, "Mistress Barblay, you have done me stand, when a gentleman name by, and placing herself Whether she knows any reason" for it, to a as o as river a or tl so off, Isunt H McG elde t son of John and Nancy
good." his hand upon it, said, "Whata Endlarge melons Still older readers may learn a lesson from mansions Her &so words were "Jesus is precious to mer 2Dth,18M and died at quitumu,
*'I," said Lois, half affeighted-"I done you I think I must buy it, What do you alikfor it, this simple antwer.--Cong:Herald. ansds .P3u g egt Ga Vol., died of ty- i e el god toeapt.C ayton a co

go' b n vhat you are. Butperhapel should my'T melon is the last I have sir; and bliough no ipug es p eve hardly to8 I d eve i sth f hi apu the re denceof
rather thank God, who sent you at the very it looks very fair, there is an unsound spot on every sort of dainty," mutterqd Charlie, as he oh returnedtoGa, from the West without having %s .
moment when my soul ivas seedisquieted," the other side," said the boy,. turning it over. sat with his wooden bowl before him. tai2d hits Cl r le lateresnda thot P pro er a del..rl.,or r ar".
At this instant they were awake of Faith So there is," said the man; I think I will oIts very hard to have to get up so early of war 1 rionarousedhis triothree..s. rt ni .,, 3 ., r to our .. 3
standing in front of them with a countenance not take it. But," he Added, looking into the these bitter cold mornings, And work hard all / so th t bda it an .. r r.. ..
cr ilms,-f. i. He in,[. I alg..)r...L L -.af el boy's face, "is it very business4ike to point out day, when obbers cap enjoy themselves without b e s of $ @ IdoubtleTu 1 le to p to a .. .
(MI al l, las est.) 0.>! rs. 12 in ??***1 11 )..ss- 1.*a 1.> t he defects of your fi u ts to customers ?" an hour of laboP what God does for thett He was very ret rang in di position 1 r ar.:
? >.ci.]us.his 1-b III...a,:rr run-it end.guar. "Itisbetter thanbeilig dul.oneer, is," said b"I'sy yh vetotr githr gh mis kre ti to. 2a on a
t.... ... 0,. H. .r, a .. pts upon c .m as aa tor rm.1,,ran coached- ThiW"s" refut'.'"Li e"" 'da ue a sa a r
r..-.1 t....Ac. Oth 16. ure. c.eba br. .Math ed are smal 1. toy boy; alwayst rememberio .. As rest blessing," u.1 hs grarnia.ather, nessof mindthatindicatq awantof pre arnt. .
ib er mai-'l..:r on-s.n bravares r if ru te. -ptik [Ie tr.uth, pad 04 ill find favor)with ..8 -he use terlinitting, *.1so great ble.ang news out 1 tu h on ut
a tra her wriefl.t blneli .c..w J. Los? ,41 ,tfed and manaroo. Yoil av6 nothing fine I to I..Le t...J.safen --.r.I. ns.srehitrigry; to have aponarisonwithwhichtheuniverseis t.
how he and reof it.1:..] r. N. An n ir.gy, wish f thth rhornfijg, .but I shillnbt for a roof wr war.. to v3. ..rrect so nianyare home- oms range Reporter please copy.
and And had tolefies inm to La 14,4 yourlYttle-stand in fixture. Are t se 4 1.,4. .0. a gr..u t.1--enry to have sight. and has.rqurqw; s, dog on e nee .
ja.I. in.r if =*lb sque 1, 94thwobdurateesour .1, Ik-t he ..nge -1, r=qrpung to in-n live..n's twomru- as, r prac. a !r r. .. .
psr.**.thgt..epupr ..0 .n L.ne. it .4 .) Main lb 8,. glare another, )**0 -c ul 10 f rank that l.r m. .= n..r *-
aseingoqwhqt y.1bear niaster aboutant itle = I..N.hrifie rn.arning."isastragellit* n...ch.rghbar.1,"asibbet.eyar.II.nagrursatal.ng ,. . .. .
PastorNolawyeretalking.:Im.rad*norarths andr vehal) F. madethegentlem.mwght uses ., 3.. .. r,
forgetfulness." My mind is Ghange 1 40s.v.1..ym!'Fm '4. 4 * No, barl.e. there in one it..ng that I think .. .
back mi letter, sir; it was 4bouly.1 [.4:.r infiller **Itsacr y, what tool yogwave to obs.w the yqryla J. ..
--arachi .mapane llik Ants abat 1.- rust can,.- gall-=russo rigt+ 1 an me mylon I Now sou "What a abat?" creed Chills, al... thoucht .
pared to a s..*ung p.rl 1%<. ..an take it barfas Ir \.:.ar pens.a4.Elarest names. thatat law la=* Jr.andanother had laun- some .
Lo,- Real.3 L.ur Ir an in-sant-*f..i not un Mr How much s.-rq b. at.-:.ur sticartoplere.' Sold ca ..rc intia.Inc.nk that la.=..rr a r b rd
stand that her cous inherjealous.angerwoul.1 lbem-at sh airm- pshwl delline fle:.h.,n.s: 1 1 rror Her klul 1. re runny b ng .
suspeob thti exfatene of sualf a feeling as I.,sp w.:..ld 4<< Jsave I.;ukeJ atthe melon until be .n
between her arid i:.Nolan. No spungir.I.Isor, LaJ goney v. yr
as to its possibility had evgr e-racied her *Dyn.Intp(dynotIgiblieoracidheeliber .
mind; she had reqlee$ veredhim--nayhidlikedhizhastheps..nbutto 10..164,I -nallto ITruelorf onme endlord
husbandof gith), At the th aginI that her basepiturgh ("'.mqr.afJ,.:.0 Losel.:.-1c.ne."
cousincliuldbelie4herguiltyof suontreachery, And ty*rd'Its3. Ic.v'daenext dro the goes
her gi-ave eyabailated, and fixed sliemselves on slemethoughequits.,.si analyaf from on 11.0. .
the filming countenance of Faith. Th:4...rlous, but net. r qpent another penny (.1 Se -und 01
mprothiting manner of perfeisb ano.:- races unist Un. the the season phased: the gentleman, .
rays told on her accuser, had.itnot been that, finding ho'could 41ways get a good arts.:h. of . .
fthesame instant, the latter caught)Englif GI a 189. ajL...._1; b.160s tit.h.m, and useurne- . .. o sihasser, liedon21s July, in her
th?,ofimsoned and disturbed coun(I)narse., of talRe.2*.rw m.nut's with Ltna about in luture . ber of the 31. E
t ypastor7yho felt the veil reixt off the or am hop a of pr otect To bdipome a resdearn.n on t ra ta
s ous at of his heart. Faith iitiatcLJel he so be great arnig.m ash-1 ichen Ins- w ruler .
f hisgan 8, 4missid, jo endecti.the paramsn. wantag airu-.ty L.ay
e.witelyhgpg! What care ? a bas ref uggshop.- udstora ging-the pic...aLollarry. u . .n .. ..
do m enough with her charmsregad her Sterpd.Mand-urely ts. uderanp[ Whecomi.dence re
sorcery on Paryon .R'a.ppan's girls. Let her .Le. of 1.1.9,4 is..). r arsal 1, i.ecame at I..ngth an n
aind let affother witches loo-c to th. oncises, for fronored pas ther n the or are. .
there lie Magity kinds far was:lrO*aft .abroad --- 's
Cousin Lois, thou wilt like in r res ..r.:.g. and E.IE 1 -Walkirfewn theatraser
Pastor Nolan, or I would pro thu. te; anne user pg *WA mail bare 1 .es. sel ars. .
back with me to breakfast n.ng n is af loth. .4upon humb tty


mined to take no heed of bar ec.umrfib.rsd t...useis-,ata the:e ..IItal) g unsure were rr
wordsbuttobidhimfarewellinheraccustKmed unnefghlf6r yanJ..1J.cred toatunionhowever' . ..w.r .ar.e
manner. He hesitated before tpkiing it, tronglyth .Lutumanandanteded.ecomfort r La hil 6,00 fr. Ip r
when he did it was with a bonfrulsivejiqueeze fain.ehite arrangement. Gafofghe two,. .;.4 \ n ... . .r n ar-, Ess.u arT ad../
thatalmostmadeheragart, Filf.h waited And perfectlyaublinutot.:.rahallwithergJ bunchor H. tr..... ( <.1 gc.
watched all, with set lips and ve'dgeful .-yet.. llow.-rt.=ome person b t assas'. . a r=-a wr . da r a .n.nv fr.... -- 0 .. an.
She bade no farewell; she spake iso word; buy **I inty, 6, g, ...rret surpet..3J.1 real g-pd to me . ... ,, a a F.*.r..p s..w r r *I. ...,a s1.q. rI an, 9 ; art
grasping Lots tightly by the back of the are drop these re posses.jestwhereJ coula a as em' jo; q . . n s"c.iltla a are ar.2 wr... c., a.4.,;..... m.




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