Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: October 2, 1862
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
Additional Physical Form: Also on microfilm: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Libraries.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Volume ID: VID00009
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Vol. XXV.-Whole No. 1910.. Aragusta, G October 2, 186'2. New S ries-Vol.I +.38

.,r,.. r n sr... -,.Is gets. A .Le I tl r E.J 1 rs tires ones .[ I.mibeen laid to t-en-sit ind us.tual,,. but ..n sal on, as if the.r he up. .v.w.4 und ru ash a seek.4 to cream an army lor sha defence of the
. I li ".*,atin*N.51 LL[ 1 LT 041 ITiti. m th.., to Ll. sh I kanesse "f i< * 'laim J 1.. 1,> a up> J Let am clay ,( 1,,,,.,'* where any crouare treming mieur clush country. Foregoing proelemou.ons do not lit .
r -han -Tr- usin 0-. IT..... tr 1 as 0 ked 0 is, n. .tn rr 11,0 n isease No usero..n i....rg b r.3 ra ural;.7 .e our their messence' the dals or En-s deal. It call for tmn assey .
1.1 wrin* .iir..v. a L. rbr bra Sw.r.ry,-gr..ra Ag ..,,4g afigy 1,[. ( r 1, {[in.;.| raspcaull Ensub 3uab)[a l DP "i=j'). ns... at-mini.J. i.75.urbar- Blaise. jYelyinge.can-weragand;ngstanswerg
s, to ...,-..e... as,....r in.J=-cha food th beatilts. and II.. ad .,r II.. e .erny earn aniurral 4.p. ore N.1 runn ein .2 tr unal 1.0 .' 'g",,'" "",,' ,, _., 3,r.,i .,u s::..r.r. the summers.e. de x. mption ar.munknowg.
Alter mai:Inr..* wars, 11.> army or. unt.uri- Th ehen.) resis no L-.h-secre 1.. namet alleling creal.:.1 an unismineral ra erarris wo-r---ac.. Nosal..t.rutenersu take our flue-s. The e>p -
from *Fordonanise to i.e.sburg -- E-leepsag pu hing loinerd to get wisantage. of us. *.*ul and valsated imp[+tin- It may Learely paranct...1 Dorse d.J rhy herseral) presern. Lite---lare for raten from horne, freer.&. t.artiness, pleasure, as
,n a views** blanket unre Heaven'. blue hinsh's es.- f ill. .ma .>f tl.,-,. havea, wI,.:. that r aa r.. .,, r...t e:.r.e ease .a. a thouarvi user-a Clod. and lar-a for good i'= .1 coully wrth su. nol lamit.-d re a uvere of .war brit tedisre,= suratil
*.ault 1.: rs covening-oulhar sug hunger earl would led a farm.x the <....tI., ar..J sanenTi there .s any r..Inunal pretext I.:.r corranen...r.g .Is art lose be me key ob.0. Opens to thee the "II.@ enth shall br. no u.,,e. A .i rr ira *
.co..tass, a ......raman sion edipers and agend si.>Lroyed line (e.g..rls of fitell .Enb ras hn.],-r ag=. |aearl- GI .-devel. grettaxagg la..Thous ly. L* [ rho ?JE Areypte fe&&Ffortheinkldhiple Cali ld
.nuusines.J unt use.-oldwr a me to Vauganan (Ee sinfanualls ordct..t slater leads, were th--t-s Wa rrill now corse.,der the al-cts and resull ... mala as Lt., salare/ Makers so ar.els torpid. that dread rendervatis--the gravet Oh, it is

"oo. et g ates, ran 1-.1, r..t o on11.@fieldlir Ir elaten us. by the hop. of th,- haba Ir la here use rn -1of a lakeour locked up bre.H. remeantaur... ..f lose, that abould come r-2..>!-112el Herald.
no arry r...tir;ng w ri us. t.or also blankpt a ."0.1 I'ut Juy.svi .:re shdll"ng thesu ragrdn and slot **. .* ali ans.iul; ihar wa rnost intells onedit tho ve ntime -J-nar .I. ric.1 on re gl/T-I/VMNINe\
snuUI hav-.n-sek. .=ra use.gorhy. re wear. The a prrally al.r.rp 1411 er., und. **ur object gained I so ..a. I .... oL sell cover..I and roll dencil. m.nd of pure Tr en.l-bsp shut c ofed :1..* happ.v Those b mr. wkon km a nea/Ioibrd I
wagons ,mary only a Ir as one chard oI F.,long 11r.giou- so .J.ea of and lit-re shal .ve t=v.ome craven absolub.-1, so I bre hours of sourb. er val the r:,.rt.I had warpe*i Iv-art on so le. st.. Othout e.xpept ot?
taver, .se..;lar tissia adde, ru arrandrearnarnre were soon na L Lurg le-at .:,ardr, ur. -1 ornably thanony.11s.. ale.. Ibe.Laroul nif cal.rn or .-ear,=d me ,an.3c..o of -ueb Ib ga..r. I ru m mepersonal'esperb
put u to me r b peed. by. day on. h, and r CI. usr.ed for Mar Inr..3 e. Here thip el so our e..r.I are us our her rt I dial. thou srr we pon*ibb r thy ir rt.. go 01 if rhe real nod oftJf

no a ry, etc. there cue. An old e ri n of La bura Jac t..d but ut ua he.ngle ce can be fount.1 Ya railsama e ill r meanir .

.Mashur wor b neI n I w 1 1 da r onn a Whe adwal B r. gnwe spang or .r
.r et *3 o.. to ambi is our reganent 5 -bi fare .28 and Lie dishP in *..UP f4td. 110 a [ 8 O GI Giffa DOW MRny bme& ladve For thb flouthekn Chfik isis Ad oeste ps ed Rh mn. th or 0 ts

mi us 11 v.)rg JJo densF.d. pe utild &re me Tuest of escap, send were trem. yr.3 heard men ny. I wash I could quar st'" 4NTIMATIC ENEMIES. "I ghs 8 inuag 5, i er
M..ur as r/km Cr ek, we I ad a pretty sharp brug with alarm, alth A 1.maybey 100 -liersting if ..w neany have you known to quat: 14 such tr xcifEW' to be the Divine drill be be dould how
art II.rr -la Ir sch trace our astra blth less to to us I was setting .n the peazza, ser.d saw a .Ianery to more appeple consistent with the Shange and paradoxical as these iroids may himself iii particular patt of the river Onsw,
us, retag a U.4 r.d me ed .l.:rnaid Then on little dirty fellow dash Ir.1.:- the streeI on a little and precepts of Christianity? seem, who of us is there, who has notat some somdlive of three iniles from use unidence Af
the R..polan b v.-r we it a them again. Next gray pony was a double bural .hot gar.;n laws I haire knoirnmenyineninthehhbitof drink- period of our lives, been tormented bymainti- OIn Oneevenin notordagly, ho ordered,.p
brand .9a'J I to rus.=elf, utist mu I be one GI ing to- r.:ess, who ugion beitig converted aban- snate enemy; some one, who under the go scut a ? '

kTE 5 pdhaunOC 0 ran our boys.' 7 he Yank 6:= were rustaing [Mt in doned I, I ha e lievie kithwn orie td abandon .friend has wormed him or herself- are our .ma- age pairedt e dri er km high t
4, wild dbmay. I car 1.ina yearnt be gun and rise on- of tobacco, whd, though he rest be lose arms been kept there by circumstances. 2
hees -two days dead bassle illoid a fire, and down tumbled a Yankee. Ifewheeled glad to be rid of the appethe is not afried tb at- 1.11 i.emel as if they were war expressly to so. Several hourshowever were consumed so

b eda e ekAn emoT or, as and fired the other L.r= rrel Ar.J analber tell. I temph ter evercoine it, from the fear oFa watit of r. nd e us rnkerable. Ultimate enemies raircr a thenpl tl c le hat
heard somet-miy try, 'rcro <.1 the ra...nk are sti ngth ra .. aid. rank. themselves strangers: theydrdpit it all
puhed forwArd, passing though> urleans ami down.' The Yankee retreated a labort datan -s Temperer sa Chfilitistryirtite; int9mper- her and make themalves perfectly 1 time, ba. ent.rely I By Uni means

.1 'the r had rodshate us' Pototnac elreamingue they approached, bring .r..micene .e mi r.rper.nes. part.cularly when to per our=elf out on hear scenal, they rare '.4 rred NT
& tower the boat. Long over th# boat But a ferry that indulc nc.: L ...rn babitail and rrranell no stranger,' and so they (allow you re rk Ja.ry, ,,,,. up
here." One sweet little girld allid m her own but wo; to dow L.usiness for them, ar..f the bl. *.r..1, .<- e are 1-:- at Amer lor every am an.] the more-room, and even the birtson. *nap.-c [ H 0 c. ,r .
winningway,"Otheyruntheff ran." Our boy plunged in trudevous acro-... sale ur..r.1. 5 ..< sh all re a..vrual for rain and .ng, and ar, inventory of everything, or, ,, as
cle- lare.] too.:v <.-it perifeuy fe red..and rnated fbe Ladies or Learburg regardless of the idlebod injuti6tisacts? IEovrshall webe irtsh t-and*** treasural.g up a thousand items ofinfor After me recoury from imismty and from
forecar.1 ath eager beate. At Thoroughfare ,3 to.zvale II.ched into the streets clap- in- anon, r Gapth.-y road.= s tandand part. of our fore." piragthe.r brrndmar.4.ibrut.r. .*T...rore.neter .' tourspr. t:-r when we nee-renwand ,n m.n a fr..sun,=r as to an exaggerated it was deemedednsat.1,. that 128 abould Gre/mar
b us a story. Learie [Mm, completely ro rt Phere in morbing thathy forer so meet r..:... Tu a to a n,.:1, sery reasonable span feels thertists idea of bur whomeommage or on-r- 1 .ngs. Tas, Er a time in solaspisco of great.retizeinent a The
ang stsein yrear .elaught r. .Trus t<,ok plac" r*Lrn of the *'mkets 11.israk God thi- prt mar.v eh e.(:ons? keen or r..ta from g2.rrer to nu ar..1 plad6dhosen ibrthis was Runtingdousetjiagly
among time M.-untan.s in a raght oI that. .. We we..: nor .joinvol niore In its three hours by f r.-ad. f broughihe r trong lar a. of *1.Tasporence, f rvt true War p.-.v 'r ...( ..vir .:onf redaeleseful.mid. ,,ra e..ngle alt cle out of pines the.r us. I re. rend.r.g as Carntands.e. and who conducted 4
this-baine. N.ghs But pressed ferr- we haveshwiled the out ami agree r.iorn as here woma.[ make air..1v. -ass.-s to ap petit-- an.rk. r..> As so ur to act our ...-el.; ra., ar.- to be r.-==, ta---J.s. L.,r1 lot the that run-= e.m.4
war&tbrough tr p.rp.orer tree rocks, t.hmugh andminudits=rs breathe freely case moran liv:1r ar,.1 ta.> more.Jur.garea.s twe+,w.e at byan= serb but pan-r.e-s ars.=us .1.pp a .[. was.. wered earn*M.-r.L*Las bears I,--gen ie. ink w'lls.n b 4.,
the water ar,1 mud--one ofthe inikestanghu I dtiar homes.- th. ).:.ane 1Ir.-re a thousers.I love who 0--- c.,a ,-g.,anuareeverknotsect or outrule..r ar.J he-w.andered I ,us .nto also 8-ide,
eversak- i rls rhe rear mr.rning we paused- *Feb. Indison's senant say. ^WL.en I s... before- at.) ass m.nrv ess.=, to one wi, and rses an unluctsy :Jar.n us.. n c. ch..1) Est ex-u his heart
through Higinarker. Tue lanicees -ware own my master pray rsiglit and ru. ring I thank is a drunkrar.I. The babil u nsemewediagerous one Isad tas.=adits 1-:.nger itsars Usen rustsdal-1 Or ,9 an II;ward.4 0.5 r's.:..1, shar hwine foun1
hours aberal 01 o 4.>uble quzeking. As their nothit.g c.T it but when I see Mrs get up na in- evil- are not a clearly curresplit.1. ne wang, escap.-atheir-observation: and a con: seeinded spot Exmesth -a verdaur belt a ]
campwa is by Unitech.sumed inun-stire. Near n..draight simi go to pray ng, then I begin to ilway beds ap *-lor.'s tes.J.ur.ket.]"turer-wif leuqtuous feels or shrug from IIs. rn all task,, shruk.t-ery. henetbilowligand pda faith@s
the roat we a Law skint.idendal audorsed. All thEr.k there it, a birds aband 60.37 sys **, b.-n roomar*ro ar..i so ake mears it n neouse locarac si moral or a n..rr **ul in pr .er and praise Xedelliatheilliw6ti
along the way .ce f..und anall armgthrown si. Alists a geratentarily a :nph ransent and our L..:** thanate---selestarrr.:Iuriarnadebran..efreer.4. r-use of4.s Savione's presences:Madalfatreet
away, wagon wheels.mth ball Man spokes cut .1862. age madeInc.-, bell:.r.- il.., ar.* n n Theappe ps,,4 ,,,:.:..mpanf u t"'="J pl=e. ...I sr-t..unerar, s==usan.:e rks .r where, a his la mighs be,
out; one wagon on fire, als-1 other evidence. at ina for ligraor .-9 sly folices, so.] s7.:ssinRiquo at J epal all our pleasure by their b on earcaerne, rhe bad as all ear..soleson woulJ(bull bp with
hasty s; .3, li .. =.Mr troops p.Tib<-.3 I.:,r ar.], = For ar.e 5, ure O.s.,s...r. :al is ainatixral as excess in tobaded an I the consciousn-=** that our look.. tones, b.m. th,- nersed y was the imbt,=sh, and e
"faintbut p.ages..E.(r' Swim, so came up W.Hi65,EY, TOUAL ablLf Li NL1L-No Isthere nor er. act. *** phustsilly in th.- e ,,,3; and netions -will be area.surr--1 ..p v., st.r.andwi a arch for dae list both sir.chiM
them arrill, e.:.nanu=o.: J. Thus was on Let .nto the o.usperause assiul st., rep.].r at u. .ve-rel.s the conederatic.n ,,,-,we their cool criticisms, and inculongam. ra.-..very. .He could a....s..:els restrain ble
Tuesdity, rise by-.anary or use t.iscle irhe:h news of rhe use oa mismk..y ana.sourceo. All ad of ears s:1.rastian me. ? May at not he well 4,,,=r.ces that they were no for telow rc her. It,.9 nons..aurag the in-one, so fully did be create
ended on e sterday 0 4;I.1.1..ush Ice our cin e mis abe es il resuluna rrorr. One E*R :Neh 6 092 C ..%la LL p."=-4 0pl An i eMarg le to opp..*6 h flarnt ..ught t.. have beet). When ti es unt us 0..,- am pro. nes or the tent. \periori'llin
Thursdayand Frela were went .0 .knam.-h whakey Isexuararthemamediatenortherernor which. .ile. tilliar otf-r.....-to.1senes. ani power 'womnstootget authu.g t iter than her., him. Arearl enwaged m wrorabip,4Eisd a
ung. E f ly salad 4 annous-ling .:..inuar.ce-i esfe.:tnor the u caat tobacto ar, so apparent. I ,7 en*, -shalifin which theid is ninch to common for thei they wouldracL:.- as act 6 KL.,ar ared thm for the earnestnei.e-offs.
in earne= E. end. mand...=ring so *nt Ap ft : onink J shall make out at b ast a pa >t..44e em can.1emn rI which hitndthing tirecommend trouble for the world,' 3iet when a 1 m. lur 8 ann-r II,* stays Wh.lesh..-was anagingeras -
aboutnoonan.=nwingrglutisagc.>nisilene-3 Lastmuchof.stleartabst:chargedtowl....ney ar.-s.r.A.tahiehmakesuselavestoourappe niilhedthebestofeverytEing's.M.h...:.1.1.1l., palrnsIlookedachimandobertingtounistrar, e
at4 oblas t. p ru use bully was, gets. [.si and is prot=ably creargeible to nota. co. tite and which may creat obiters moke fatal in procured, they impressive with a feel ng to a we on his bol tsmlildyme t l.could outs;hagp gating a
mosttere.ts:. For .st..,r one h or he a sole,-.* Apart it.m me r-as.e., >Is.. c.rgesrn.=nt .ra ris.;r.i.,,.1..p P Y. B- oughtto have had something t..-tr at .0.1 ar..i 1. ught heron all, 31.,-, .via stood times at rk use or enh=2r re in use.:-s of inc al. They glide between us and our oldest, titiest blent.yds for prassing!.srawhommysout lovey "
ra.2 r .ught use w. re- nearly armits.idel. Tiary ker. Asser all tr as has ta.. am us.I. L) zealone 1. 0 friends, causing coldness andmistruststospring .111.-r 4.track, 1.... .mruedastris Mained traigue
e-.-,.- s:..cupelivJ E. veq I e.el-1 b..a(11, als....Rea of E.-n.pernr...-, and .=11 abe (iss--rs ut t J. up-weknownothew, whiletheyaresosoftand 2.1.1,.:} whene b.. had laundkuch qsed
wru lors..arn wheap at our Es..opea 156.4 I.r..i taticip an.:r t.=uere ficora nke en.=my year sleshot, it semains so and.g.urable la..r, 111.ul se ak Il l Tubal le ll ue. ruburs." con tream. ItsongifWe arB OOlistiousthey:Ikf6pun. exchaull-i stand l earpers .ubst IL- tud .11.'l for
Houl, the us I Lanc.rr was chargetanaloned.unally .(140ar onlyst unst.n-persari.e ag.iiivben drowsy Nature waked be intmen. u .l*-.visfulanittreacherou-- Ne.-Eud. TI, me,. x.*ept by afat he made ill inFr #..10-
so..I 15k.-G dl* ra Lilurer J an r:4D Katius sides P. But this[ (ladle.16.2loLinag thi4can Le subalituterJ sar.mi am).zi Le I Lu th.-ru ladir I..r a tants..Os. Us: & as:Fe*3 tOlkeep their, trum prpug into Ela- ID. mess [.1 pean telelic raser I me I=pkkTO
The 1 anks. .vere ri.-eing .r. whi q.utut-son our lor rt, Able ia n corneless.e.anes.-r to estlegrgu al..-r. tr.. a-s iI !...10-1 e.:. Ha<.- for Lp .r. use and un deing them if .1 u.I.s are is abam, asa,.3 bina 1,2,-+ to lace. a= a man on rseth?#ithollis
art.II.-ry m.:.s...11...rssul rapid and heathe menwing..ansitab use, leassog lull scrap.-for all J.arkageol trou-.*lso gase trabs-e a tru.:ri...a' st ne-unfether ht to dat.strou inatters..I fraud. leculderavindeedwitti Igit)2daw
L.grair e-wours.J abox an. nbell into their argumenits.agnmet 164 alaptoper one. .t.....As, w ho taught ties .. was r.-:e to Ib sur ..1.=. L n :4 .a whichthis( base not11.4 .el.ght- 1 .te >:ri... but how .*. athisplaneliAhinisilegle
broken.msi suptersc:-Juanrm. Nothing could valueandreligionconques.ipalou.;r ghtagon that lasthe-loAnd Last & Maid2 -6.sitts) .0 ra ben feastext-st.:.1 thisyas=. Other trawnalsohouseofGoddtTAttetWqilfspot
1.e heard ot. us.u side. 1.0 the rwar earni rush right pranapIer; a to ga triuch a to :.1 le... tar Then I ac.uhr DOt RE the Abil can di.Ee (la=2m away [hey *warShe IGehidy, Sh4 EAssaid OkpbEL0Hay 5.8 ,
4.1 rsway over time rocky turn/ke. N ght ae it as a remedy aban, he to 02,+ it winers cave to emth its.uagulat-al Com so ram my la unn u like besettitly in and lowlilently .asparason, of one ot has most beautaful 1,ymrd.
closiedthescene: merelydmilegralainstagnobbbeappetue, No: us..10a va nte ra many adopensibleansferre goe us morepam. Secre cruel ens. -br aranon,- n .*Lut ri l
t cousin ars.:.rning [ roder along ibe fool 1-? m usereany airtur in ..10.Instudowns.e..ght, L.t ucr ier U.;nor LL., afra.J...r.sil l A key re unea. taller Enemies, n einemies e.roi nal Frm uns... no
when they lied arms iluU ((un. 3has must, or others, may analse at a prelear on ursuat ely empl up ver no neeseesty as ter .=or more are badepoingho 1 intimate es.ermp r -== r-r
have been a L.-miserace (cal us er life, of broken exeuse for doing wha is stroug. age.n.t antrue.c.n eq mob.elation has E. ire ine most harassing asidiartmenting .ohes I v.r--ar-.1
wapani, i.=pes:-J arnbulances, .l.emoumed Thus virmeor religion, when can exist only versally seknowledged. But le.< nal.coe oft after all Fr.s a
can .ca, Ib., ac..s.1lor make palel with stones of by relitaing to perimsu any oJ time Junee or ble waslb sely up or, use cmJ....;,hr boo,:r, .4 b ... . - ,L ,wr., .. c... .
bo>- ars.3 ban-ele or hard 1.r....i, Art.ndoned or to enjoy any of at legiumate plea.ures. 1.1-0. t.orang manuates., and humage.Ja.)rac the U.:Jr FortheSouthernChristialiAdvosqbe. .;r.,,r in..
ham sackcand stank.Ia. Joid homes and led the lear oI meeting as reggpulsons and ite trials or corn use pooll --:IC 1.*:s..gustas=ur. I that.:.nly *:=NE YEtis 5 L,1Pol:- BY AN TFINiJ.ANT IL AN[* THE BOOKSE.LLEll.
men, .3 ar.y es.Jencear such a race, as woriblesit-.1 re nother manus, or rely. -n; is los.. Iaughest 100k ga.rl.= he kr 10.1, &.na in 1120 s.-st !>. $. Erorh. I evass pinE. I sh }shra ago, is. ploma and d/50EGG 4
The butt. .1141.1 I what as reenal liers. Auth is the morbid ana glogray idalstryof the reelus- so the 1..r..i liaist ars..... .1, also is II I the .:t.ur ge as 0----- Cir all. T.I- C:.rJ. r.-oc.. as f anan v. Eared the shop ot a prosperosit Lp n
0 1. w ring on his useusands alms metal. The Ikid and th.elascetice mas.<.ir. I at 11 e use [.0.+ b 14 a proff -uramp an M- is..oirseller. .v.rb when 5.3 was on terms, oksqua- Chey 13kmayeren.be94499494PLithpoornalid-=- TheIrtlen.:4cis.Ir.nd talled word in-- g..milgo. Fina.10s. anthes.ell.g. r.:quardlak matennd..tarbaranfra.:ndship. Romaniseek.for
arre I.t--r its at in pwear, by the-Texant.. Tu rree of pinumbJ.ty. Ahat sileo- oiler. Jo uses perpl c up TVetnield..o a Ic., presence a use remisrson resom- six anageda Jo Glend.and v1hen told that he was at asonne,
one part of tisefield I saw are Intelligent looking Jio driplainshall be rised;ap> beyerage, sixce to but L.n e .. c.n, LI, a ,s eme ,ta pan w' hoi2rs per day for live as,8 in aba week. Lead E.,n armiuiarly ,-ng aged, aint a messenger* to
Yankeeivithbisthighbrahba. Hehad-lainathsastate.thinggf Noah:od Int,_who so hasily .i.p at an cents .u.. ti. r.> win, butter.- .ma aethig ashesidelit for a car....l.=zable p-orz. 1,urspome, that he wants..1 an hard@.ew
right its Ibe risD LD that 8000.000. I Biddr t@ R(*UEdd the, [Iavil= him *AI dera 1.11,.<, you.maingreaspatra. FriescalGod, brought v.ue tcAbrahamthe vainly tc) rp..... st 1,.4-..untua 1 say tra ni1.0 amia, rr...Jo 1 psur-r=*Irair- &,..0 -10.nered, i.beaterpmanwea..xprMada
ut"*e.*b.Mr. Glendatfred. =.*ur$.nspussokftylyspationed, wemadewabthe kakm;anji ., 11,' noa ..els emedrager.cJ pr...che(10 time wallsuparise*,antathebookagifer'.isitinghmu.
It I.:.anid 4.< earneou toomputatemy leg. I think but encouraged its has by makihg Wine and or- to.n abe been .:.s. us..] e.. r, 1...3 p r:bkn.. i r. coner seas.. Ou al a so. k it enz- lie at ad true rc.ain, arrd intmd his -fraud
I would not enthr so much." **LbJr intirgeons (.rdBTIDg 118 GLntrikFLKioll: pdillaiRfter ill L;,.1 re] ariether ... Ll=. e :.7 11, do it 1 D.I. tly" braced rail na bulebi Erit Dg it int, 61sild's e..*( Fla chill Fl)> prag,
*,re:it bus tois wnL mirown wounded: when been freely used. coinx.nel\* st <.1:, I al..1,s 1.n;:k the a..v. L1r, put. wanasteer.on troughdeahril;had asked
user are star. .sgra wate-inens I presume they sirkli Jt as sale to sal that Ikie wine was free Irom e.J. at..(, r ., he laul J. 0 treen.ule .6 ull was ban our Canzsm, rBE DEFERAL OF L**R -lL so Line glor, ble lather'., bland, and ass holding IL main a.
art -nJ to you," I reph.=d. Glose try weaanother eobolf set Locause wine canor be enude w.rtsour gr> p. of the world, that he to orged .t sets on it 3 convulsive grasp. 1
-hot the lungs breathing his isat. IE st: andrecond, becau e see have..n the bet.le, no So na.:h I..r as k.1-in imponLet tr:tle. an'the air, thathe brealand .rs as or the un' 1on are a failair." sa;.1 the r.IBirted parent,
hiermouthiras a massof ilsorh, tinged woux blood account of any one, which dd not produce an inetiuissent ij ought nm ee.;unt) and .<<-al, in that it isons on lyru oi the gr un.1 thau it bare '*or 1 ratsould not have adowed 4411 to Atheas
almdythalf as large as his head. Another war drunkenuebs I and as have neess.lence LLat the the humb ot the- bou. st own-r: }-at an open ** b.ns ..f the est.. tI as he walk. J on rf of One ,,
shotthroughinehemi.ui-termineseaueredupot nineanadabyoursusnourwarmanythiragd.1-.1mi toPands.rWat.r f .*Ial.l..iby dueunnel .=lemenulboutea.:usabedical.:-fth.reiter., -me us Jtbankined,"terventlyead ed
the -mund: y, I he hand head allaightand war farealrliam thus noil grous.r. In thee.goniesordeath. These art I have.rald morning the aterace oi II suoi. than thee.,4s..neurst by to wh,:h we alia-s 10 Us's:ci sanst sized id : \oL, [Lnt is** lived um3 DL ag Anto lbe situation of trts friend: ist zik
onlya feweasesoutaf thousandile.Intoodishea it occursed to me to sky. when 1 commenced. se ars ;r.ther.... 'Ms a m.-u, many .]:...1 rol .3.= Elurt heassaned ourite band blood *40.3, He be not forgonen yould h*rvelican
it. In f licond scored in namallapseeswoul but shousemed to.come.p nery nuurdl): and mands,' doesn bends. Jerri brass. each.mis- and earned at to the biginest 1.< rent where rr mud troubled on monar..comust, mydeag"isit. I
doutlankeet.--r1v. of them shot, unough die I know of no reason why. an rise..rtrealag.atson of solual Weirt. as loom rr is '7 sub, .s unrp alone-, as th. a=teruut- ornakent ..0.1 wonder of 4.0 thought usuen abour >ou lately. are
head, ble..*d and brealn. running out together it .questions of morals., for the purpiewoof sir.ving at of a -trang, si ..1 ru lp us to I:..1 ar'* the er- ars..n of G....J. It peso at on laure so been much afraid I you. Thingsdaitit gone,
a stream I...s ,.-<**mi f=-st. From hil that I couk the trialh, we should fool at [tb vty, to dnsk or key, wheressith to keep ar. Lusse it s., wractu p,, 10.. the OL.. I carent that adorne so isell estab you J..r so long a time, you.Ana
see in ibe part or Ibe f..elal I, there wer evadel.sota ss i precipita W11=s> esset, lor how. ous untia..nce .- .cape sea.* *rne sparee-,ur. xt/s ree.,su. oi rime, and es.Inven.s thus Usfory of been so pro-prious, th.* 1- Wave beerr almost
ten <]er..i Yank.nes to one of ours. This was 14 reverse may bide Usera hour ournar. a or rs, flora recent -:-.-or see n db the ended ar..i the unneree. It e- the ;le:> of the vanous drand than (1....1 had you, But hand
> ition oceapied t.y Gen Longstrees.'s Darksor ther sell exes as part of the glear truth or God. south creatua= of .>sth-a h=I > 5= *-IC'" creat une, or Frovidence that they want as sk.<- myalf,..aull God ed! non formRep.uchman
Time riend wo.hieralty lilledwidemalLarmed and.woungot encap. Ir..,a opeast.c.n upon us ab.-} 1.same end.ned, .,u-1.ect the world at large, the-ar centre; that alles thicatom rgg, they are a ass; willnounslerbimingooninpraegority,
the best qirklify.' When th@:1iroise to riar the Gone of morals and relagic.n 1.1 never ads ran nod school In. re -I a is:, slaun th- Inse..11) -* set.nervient to use erals of it : though $na way without soride check; some reverset AsitkI see
very one ninist hiva thr$vbE away has gur .. sed by use suppression oI the truth. I be inqu.r--r e-f all u.. 0 as .1 r.:C--.ved, a sa areb tter .... *,1- ;nd, ed to us at present my -tezi iouser..J un arch 14e bad. not, a No; God has of forgotten y4th?
Some wer6biolcent -athdraittere leadedsatidi1 after truth, who hope= for success, must meet .es:.. wo..:1. L.eb...., that fr.s II rb we Gradureson st.],. Thus, we. know thathey either fullil she These were the sentiments of Richard all
good condition. Our men awapp-wl gone, ps truth an all its.ihapse. they <..11 bu .-:.|., <[.-.1 to a or a laure ...m pread.c,=a or the.erucatial .Jesus, or I is shrenun- on the design of adlieuen; and hie friend, Thos.
they found thesewheeb caused theiir.tanoy bectep .1.1 God created in our nature the neces.ry for yearsts..n, <.tl.,.] terset, she'f ^** ages, and show heater use),ppy.; rece.ving Williams, thankintly and joyitdly reapoppi to
than th--ITown. Edingeaten butlutlator-nry .those auanulaole, wecan nesthes destroy that ne- waplical on tl.+econ-.e.f.lminterated laumanate. Eartra. or the nosery of r jecung biru.-.11ac.:rurer,. rhem. Withus abree weeks of bia desks, he
asp and nghts, meep of them fared drampT4- cessity, nor eafely dispense usu. theer u.i-s. Yet, but thou the k.-y to Diaver...There is a mueb related the incident, as it la ridated heres and
ously afrar nign Data the well falled havemarke Lotus namine the ground. Upon alseb the Liod thbE Very ining cruinture, has had, or yet Mr -Isr!ORABLE ,SolemD draft Lhe feebug of his heart w"an, **Hadoethalitfungs
of thisir 4-anqushed fee. They also. suppUsirl use o( zobacco essa be 3uaralled there so no use na,. Esth an acts of arrection ? Then, Leve.s the more un.veral, rigorous and an all?
inepacive. with 44en.04 ca-do not blet- Mr it medsompily ]j an us aat in some fe# time for thy ght to do has phiyf; for many "live pnogre:is among du readers, E an that which w


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eiety at the Confederate 8tates,15eingrequested
to glye some information as to the progress of
the Society, stated the diAculties it had en-
countered in its attempt to have the Testament
UGUSTA.. GA.. 00TOBER 2. 1882 published-growing very largely out of a want of
workmen. He was.glad to be able to state, that
the Society is now receiviu copies-though not
MIASIONARY COLLECTIONS rapidly---from the inte and is b inning to
We were recezitly informed by some of the filford pr r, eg
preachers of the South Carolina Conference, era; It has alsh seemed 5000 copies im-
that in some sections of that work, it was be. ported via Nassau-though the cost has begn
lieved by preachers that the Missianary opera. greatly embatcod,.by the risk of the.blockede,
tions of the Conference were no far attapended sod the high price of exchange., Measures
that*lt tras unecessary to take up & Missionary have been recently taketi to get a large supply
allection-and this perhaps in some places it from England, in as short a time as possible,
d O To sit ted without encountering the latter item of increase.
would not be tone. ur in rma a request ed cost, and there is every prospector success.
us to correct is exter, and to ixrge that th The Secretary considered the formation of the
etillections should everywhere be shade as usual. Geneial.Bible Society an not of Christina faith
But for thisinformatick we could not hav&eon-
ceivedit necessary foi* tis to say anything on that has not been exceededin our history.There
thinimbject to members of the South Carolink was no such association in existence hi the
Conference-with their Minutes before thetn, South. It *was not like those Christian
and the recollection of the past fresh in their Churches which4lave licenheld m commamon
memory. with the North for years, already nearly perfect
Indeed, it is necessary to lineup the Mission- organizations, which had grown so mto the
ary collection for domestic Missions in all our thoughtsand affections of the people that they
Conferences. At the last sessions, brethren with could not but exist, and were almost dbliged to
meet and setup for themselves. We were not,
their families were sent to Missions where they like them. We had no organiration; we had to

ma b n1 .b teginat.thefomidation. Wemetat thedark*
were to boysid out ofthecollectiousofthh year est, period of our history without press, types, or
If these are not made, how are these brethren faixds, and the c. S. A. Bible Society because a
to live.---how to provide for thelf wives and chil- fact, andlits becoming a fact was a sublime act
gren ? Will the ravens feed them-or cari they of faith God,. and of faith in our future
And.cameFa hair for raiment. or loonsts and destiny.
wild; liottey .for food? They bafe no medical The Rev. C. P. Gadsden, then briefly ad.
boards-nolaymen who can see provision made dressed the Coqvention in glowing and forcible
e words. Wedikbr, he remarked, on many points,
.'C'."'""I'::""""?"" to 2"":"'"' o*C''::"..
far forget God, at to be derellot in duty towards H d the Fath A
our home Missionsfies-or recreant to that trust even as e an er are one. sympa-
of pieviding the Gospel for, the poor, which Kg thy ivent out from the C. S. A Bible Convention,
lxascozh4itted to His people, which will be felt for ages to come. It we
If we thought it necessary to say more, we. supposed that the attemphtoform a Society at
could do it. But we think this ifa( 11 r best r cr.. was out of place-
certainly all that is demanded by those, who h struck him that originally the formation of a
." .will do their duty When they.know ? Bible Society was not a thing which sprung from
the brain of men, but an institution called into
being by necessity. So on the .occasion of our
THE S. C. BIBLE CONVENTION. assembling in Augusta, there was found that
This Convention met in Columbia on the eiven- very necessity. It was found in the desti-
in ofSept,16th, in Washington st.K.E. Chureb. tuition of our soldiers. It made our heart bleed
We condense an account of its proceedings frong as vie looked over our suffe ng country and saw
the very full report of the Rev. A. G. Stacy to hundreds of our soldiers thout the Wordof
the Charleston Courier. The Rev. Dr. Howe God, and heard them crying to us to give them
preached the opening sermon from Ps. xix. 7. Bibles. We were entirely unable to respond*
The discourse was able and appropriate-of But we were directed by .God's Providence. We
entholic spirit, and the characteristics and perceived for the first time that we were shut
efficacy of the Holy Scriptures were ably set out from the Book of Life, that we might niske
forth. After the members were enrolled, the efforts for its wide disselfaination.
following officeris were selected. President, Hon, After enlarging on this point, Mr. Gadeden
D. L. Wardlaw; Vies Presidents, D. Ravenel, concluded by saying : I am sure that you will
Isq., J; Forrest, D.D., Rev. W. A. Gamestell, unite with me in giving thanks to God for the
R. Summ Es ., Dr. J. Moultrie, Rev. W. Confederate Bible Society. It was baptized in
ourtis, LL. D.; Secretaries, Rev.,A. P. Dixon, its outsetby the dews of Eis own Spirit.,and its
B. Wilds DuBose, Esq. destiny is, we trust, to be a long and lasting
ACommittee was selected to prepare business benefit tq this Confederacy. Not unto us, T)
for the Convention. God, by unto Thy name bethe glory, for Thy
The ndxt boring was consumed principally meroy and truth'ssake.
in receiving reports from the "Bible Societies 6f The President, Mr. Ravenel, remarked that,
the State. It wks gratifying to find that, said as a layman, he was struck with the spirit of
sil the anihangssments attending the Bible prayer whiclEpervaded the C. 8. Eible Conven,
irork the past year, 1be E.:..<, taci b1.1 generally tion. He heartily concurred with thespeakerthat
maintained their i-r;, an and were inn the formation and success of the General Socie-
healthful condition., .im.tng a st.= r im.: a 1. .v.a I y ma. r -r for sincere thanksgiving to God,
one from Mr. Battendl;Pres. of the Convention and M this pointhe thought it not inappropriate
of l861, giving a detail of the means he had to suggest that the Convention unite in offethig
.e adopted under direction of that Qonvention, up to God prayer and thanksgivmE*
for securing the organization of a Bible So- The sentiment being evidently, that of the
ciety for the Confederide SQteaunder has call, entire Coiwention, the Rev. Mr. Gadeden was
and characterizing if as "one of the memorable called upon to leAd the devotional exercises,
achievements of this period of change." Mr. whioli he did in a most fervent and appropriate
Savqnef also presented report of the Executive mhuner.
Coministee in Charlestpn, acting for the Societies Winnaboro' S. G., was selected as the place
of the State, u2itil the formation of the General for the next Conirention----tobegin at Ti o'clock,
Society, when its business c -1. and r 1.4 tc. the fri Tuesday in September, Dr. A. M. Shipp
latterg ,The Committee 1. .2 da..Inbuted 4,417 .4appointedtopredehtheoferling inermon--
Testaments to soldiers. Rev. Wm. Banks, alternate'
Th the d ternook Dr. Bachman, Chairman of The Committee appointed to receive contri'
: the Business Committee presented a report butions, reported that the sunkof $1171.43 had
whiek was adopted as follows., been received for tire Bible Quise at this Con-
e Eaveabundant estuserordevout thanksginag vention,
to God for his goodness to us. The labors 0 e There beipg no further business, the Conven-
2hib1 succel81sn1theO ent,1di se enear euo tion adjourned sinedie with prayer by the Rev.
a read the Scriptures. The Reports of the Delegates A. Gamewell,
composmg this Convention, indicate thata most
livelf mterest in the Bible cause is still felt in
every arti of the State, It is escaestly recom- THE VANDAlc INVASION.
rest binftt n pLorpr80 eti Otro the Wecopy the follofripg extract of a private
b the South garolida State Bible Convention letter from Sishop faine :
#the initiative in the .formation of the.Bible Our section.of country has lougheen threaten-
Soelety of the Confederate States. Now the gen- ed by the Yankees; but God has spared Us. and
erat Societystadds before us in all the complete. .now they are.flying before ness of perfect organization. Its objects and eter they have had the temporary possession of
Teratio aareo co 1 hoe Id@ s etBi 1 an r any part of Northern Hississippi and Alabama
great.embaprpmmefitin the grand work in which thest conduct hasbeen outrageous. Not long
we are engaged, is the writ ofs suitable slipply of smee I saw, on one road, durmatwo hours, abouc

to. of Charleston;and of FraserTT -**ls:sm a t.s., lab family residences with all aeor out
ofLiver ool. houses, furniture, provisions, etc. scra t.urr.e-i
The foPlowing resolutions, reported by the Coin. in a few hours. Of course the 3 unknes look
mittee, were unanimously adopted : the negroes. The ladies appeared to
1. Resolved. That the Corrention ngra ites have been delicately ritised and unaccustoiniid
e ath sh to hie d. L ... I th. .r,4 1 at I ,ar evi8/ a or e rear}
sta.Statesandearnesi. r..ars.zar. to become auxiliary .t.... ...*, Isas users: ya., I horsebud shal w,= s an .,,, 3 r....sue 1 ....r
heartyco-operation... evil still from use inart.-h Javb* th.
2. Besolvpd, That no reports from the Bible were seeking .. arts.,* tr II.gta ...n seat. e..r to- .
ieties to thth State Cotivennon congiblite ... .* ,..ten and .:.are.- to.1, <..ilectsug to,-der
a entionienatrT lyr zr amque a ..... t' t had snatched;from their. blazing
makebrief written;reports, codined principany n re a as] ly goin South. 1'
promiDOBA (8018. ,,.,
The folawing resoltations, ofibred by chancellor lu: .... I u. ves- h-s .ieu
1 o to oCuos e loqerdo eives, afith De. a ii. u 11 coke. nd. Lib rd n.,
est satiaretion, the reportt of Daniel Ravenel, C u. I .- r, TI, r w.=re ur a .ft neting
sq., as to the manner la Arbich he executed the friends and tool ...J tr..wgn in. ana lear .11
trust confided to him b e last State Bible God. Their property they had not taken the osth nor

'semed)!!:is:B: "fiB:SE'^:ifail S't
Couipation of the Confederate 6t'stes, he has ar lo t11. v. their fathers, husbands and sons achieve
hearttelt thanks victories over our mercena invaders ? $ut
2. Resolbed, That this Gonvention hereby ex let us pray for peace -spee honorable, per-
presses its sense of obligation to the Board of Man- manent peace-and especially a the peace of
agers of the Charleston, Bible SocietyBi s the Jerusalem." a '
ommiunTi an obrkof curintateduraqg
the- time which intervened between the Conven .
tton which was held at Orangbeurg And the organ A CORRECiloN,-Tile Rev. P. P. Smith desures
station of use Confederate States Bible Society. us to say.: "In my article 6f 29th inst., your
The Corresponging Rooratory of the Sible Sq. cozzipositor makes sup say, I day let its starre

Brab and\rust in God, eto? which destroys the the empty pomp, the soulless pa entry Of fak 911 MONTHS UNDER THE CIOUD-No. I.
sense of the passage. ,It should be, 'I say let nerati It was a quies Sabbath morning about the
us eldftifgalapd trust in God? But to our country soone: The coffin isoolored middle of February, when I sat in my room,
gravely, with eneb simple materisle as are at And Jimmie was reading to me a sermon from.
hand. If disinfecting agents are needed, there Bourdalone. Lady, it was quiet, but it was nbt
GOD'S BLESSING ON OUR ARMS. is n# apotheeary desebjr to compound chloride susilshiwjr, for we had known no surfshiny days,
It appears to tie, after reading all the accott its. and such like. Cotton is burn6 on the hearth, slas t since the battle at Fishing Creek-all had
thit ave.come to hand of the battled in Mary- oi' tar; and they answerjustas well. The grave beetr.eloude andzdarkness, physically had mor.
land, as wedbooribe them elsewhere, that only Asia been dug on the hill, by the Church side; ally..
the signal interposition of God could have sus. dug by no grofessionalgrave-digger, but by those We sys, however reading, our minds filled
pained our army from overwhelming defeat by whpfelt, oW heaving every spadeful of earth, with Sabbath thoughts, when a sudden report
the t host that that it is a very solemathing to dign gAve. The startled w'--was is cannon or thunder ? We
vas came against it. No battle cofHn, if the grave be distant, is put----not into a could nobdecide. Again it came a booming. It
we are fought, it strikes us, calls for more de" hearse with nodding plumes, but into the wat- was undotabledly cannon. There could be no
vout thaphagiving than thebattleof Sharpaburg. gon, and the stout team moves slowly off.< No mistake. We spratigup, and-explaimed both at
Let tis be true to our duty, and give God the empty carriages-pompous mockery of respect once eagerly, eirenjoyfully: "Theyaredighting
.praise.- *'.The Lord of Hosts is with us; the for the dead-eyemnber the way. On horseback,. At Gallatin!" for we knew our army viappetreat-
God of Jacob is our refuge." on foot, before, behind, in the road ind by the ing from Bowling Green and expected them to
roadside the procession goes andmeetathe corpse inskea stand at Gallitin. Again the cannon
at itsi lastrestingphicM- sounded, and Jimmie suggested that. perhaps,
As homan.---A pious teacher having ex. If the minister of God be there, his words are Fort Donelson had fallen; but I said to her
planned to her scholars one morning the circum. heard then. A coffin is a tremendons soundid hastily: "O no t hushl do ppet mention such a
stances comrected with the holding up of the board. Strangers and slaves stand aloof ; 1raends thing!"
hands of Moses, in the engagement between and neighbors alone may perform this tast rite--' In a few minutes our miletywas brought to -
Josihda yrid Amidek, she sair a little boy shout heaving in the hollow soundhip elods,. And a terrible conclusion, by a spidier who came in
six yesis old, in the afternoon, holding p his shaping the mound above. Head pieces and froin one of the.esmps for some mediome, and
hands, andlibe asked him what he was doing bot, not of marble,. are planted, and .af rude who told us very coolly tlpht the torthad fallen,
that for, and he replied, he wanted out- soldiers strong fence encloses the spot. If the funeral and that the gunboata were expected before
sermon cannot be-preached then, atis a commarr Nashville that evemag, that the town would
to prevell over the Yankees- (though not invariable) custom not to fs'I .ip the put. bly be shell.4, and that orders had been",
NiaHYII.T.E.dBGV. Mr. Ellioth's fine School- lie I e 6 don le I ITelt6tis in the city, has-
buildings have been given up exclusively to the got till then, the person is said to be buried. thfied in to biing her out before the bridges
occupancy o negroes, by the Yankee abolition- The hard, perfectory practice of soffin-inake should be destroyed.. The roads, the bridges,
ists in Nashville; ing, grave-diggitig isnd burying, pursued piofes* the streets were thronged with people hurrying
slopally, has always shocked me. J never can in all directions. The wildest confbefen pre-
become reconciled to making e businesoutof vailed It was impossible sq learn afthing
LETTER FROM THE COUNTRY.---No. 17. deaththorighikmighthetheonlyfertainbusiness. with certainty. No (wo persons told the same
Dyne nP-91 2 $ tease Items-- nee The way my country neighbors put away their story. One thing, only, was too evident-we
nicy and indness--Pornepous Buri s a Phy-Religabous dead and do all the tender and unpaido81eesef here defeated., Yet it was murmured here and

Was.. de e vi e emptih but )8 1 odnoeth y vmfihe 6t o e 8Nnod here 'md ehmennei nels n -
Mr..Editor,-Domesticindependenceprogresses such an ache to bleeding hearts,-and souisd in has not yetfallen; Floyd-and' Pillow have our
in this portion of the Confederacy. I sit to a your ears long afterward; but tenderly, geofly, their trair out, brit Buckner a mill 8ghtire c 1-
table of Uncle Cy's making, to write to you, with There's no hurryin4 off, but a lingering indsad lantly With the few men to st are le it Law."
new pants, of cotton raised on the.soil, ginned turning away, which seems today to the dead- Theirmmors came th at Gen. Eackner and Col.
and spun and woven, cut out and sewed here. "Good-bye, goodbyee" Hanson were killed, er..d all abe rurnoEasemed
This many a day I have not wornagy thing quite Last Saig*day and Sunday, Thev. JnoDowlifig, to make f'confushin worse coal ..andra.''
so much to my notion. 1)etti:r blyan merino. of Dale county, (nephew of Zitecheus) and my Amidst it all, however, I. saf0 none of the
doeskin, cassimere, alpaca,,and what not. I self held a meeting of some interesting Covington despair and distress among ther monien that I
am proud.qf them, for A. made them-her first county, north of Coneouh river. There is a con- have seen described as aedompanyfgg this evao-
effort in that line, and they fic Isee They siderable region in there, where, I an told, grown nation of Naskrille. Tears may;hambeen shed,
are striped, cheeked hadkward- and f. rwards, up people never inw a Methodist preacher. The but I saw none; on the contrary, Essfr flashed
colored up and down-so as I cannot describe to Hard-shell Baptists have sway -of whom a few cheeks and flsehing eyes; I heard wonief crying
the uninitiated. The colorizig Ts not of foreign items hereafter. Upder an arbor,. built .by out; "Defend the city to the last extremity.; let
ingredients, either. Black gum, sweet gum, "friendly sinners." a stray Mqthodist and mis- them shell it; burn it too the.ground before you .
hickory and maple bark furnish the coloring sionary Baptist or two, and afew Lutherans who deliver itrinto the hands of the enemy;- we, our-
for our sunday gear in these parts. .. have found their, way there from apper Bouth selves, will apply thetorchestoourowk houses."
Here are my shoes, too, honest, high-quartered Carolina, we had good congregation. I had one That 11stle fpneiful episode about. Gov. Harris
shoes, tied with staunch buckskin strings. The vacant Sabbath left, and have it to them as a ridingindeeperation al6ng theatreete, proclaial-
cow and deer browsed in these bottoms; I have regular monthly appointment hereafter, and ins the fall otDoiielson, and calling upon all to
seen the red cek from which the tan bark was have hope of seeing a Church planted there at envethemselves, ad its origin, I presume, in
stripped ; god my excellent neighbor Majors no distant day, by God's blessing. the over-heated imagination of some excitable ,
made them. The leather was blackened with Bro. Gillis, in the Dale Circuit, is reported as person.
tallow, beeswax and soot---home made all. I doing valiantly. At ope appointment, (Elba,} Having secured my -little. girl( we lafk4he
never trode on soles more satisfactorily. These I hear of seventy conversions; and from othef tumultuous city, add efationed outeelves at the .
aboes isrojust the thing to "stan# in"an hour .parts of his eircuit good reports are shade. Go gat4 ofaneighbornear Edgefield, tihatwomight
and a half on Snadays. I have a pair of boots of Bro. Hunter, on theeircuit in SouthBntler, see our retreating troops pass. by. They came
laid away, to.visit the outside world in, should The conscript oiBoer has been through our enht.good order, and not in bad spirts. They
occasion ever call; but I am in probability of country since my list; and has conscribed seve- were leaving Kentucky in the hands of the
becoming so wedded to these home mades, as to ral;-conscribed I suppose is 4he verb, (and not, enemy. leaving the greater part of Tennessee,
travel in em or othei*spn the same last, wher- cpnscripted, as some have it) in analogy wish perhaps the whole of it; the clouds were gather-
ever I go. neeribe, describe and similpr words. Hard swear, ing think about them; but each undaunted fe
I promised to let your readers into country ,ing is reported in one or two cases. Oni man. ..eemed to any
ways and shifts under the war and blockade; whose parents, as our squire.told me, were mar- za ratever aithelieverne,
thus much in fulfilment. It is a curious study ried in 1828, and he not theiroldestchildiwore We blessed th ra :. Grey passed.
at public gatherings and meetings. The old thatd1e was 36, and declares if (he coaeEription Our hearts bled for the and tor ourselves; it
finery is on its last legs-faded and threadbare; Is extended from 36,teo 45, he means to swear ad for those who w t, and very, very sad
hangs on by shreds and pieges--here a necktie that, to the best of his knowledge and belief for those who remained.
and there a vest, looking woebegone in cobtrast he is 46. This is an exception. Polit blank All day long the troops were passing; then

ti e e mo h ed ee anT4 te see t a Abn a npeg t a the cloudy day eldsed ah# the night shut us in,
thetonfederate style. Then the pieces fit the kept, is the rule. The consoript ofteer enrolls we cabid see no more.;
times and fit each other. halt, lame and sick,.and sende 4hem on to the More de of cloud eame, and around us lay,
Last Sunday I saw neighbor Majors at meeting, Notasulgs camp. Two of my veighborenhave th li 4 r ,caT4 nFsa o with dextm-
with all the minor Majors, in the shape of seven been returned after a detention beface the qz ed havindeeria, stidfragmerits of everything.
or eight boys. They had on new bats all, of an mining board at Notaaulge, of n. few minutes Our friends were gone, our enemies were expect-
unprecedented deep sea green. Upon inquiry only. ed,-and thris we remained lit suspense.
I learned that the batter, who lives inthe next We may leave it to the great men to inettlethe A w&ek passed, and we saw the first blue costs
settlement, had exhausted his supply of copperas question of State-rightsinvolved in this law.-.In -there is something in that color of blue that
and taken to dyeing with the laurel bush. More- pledging the strength of the whole comitry to makes me sick, like the :-shness of the sea.
dyer, he said, laurel was better any how, for it the maintenance of the struggle, ae rtainly Before the blue corate:- exanue, however, tge 224
Id t lnd funeralinthecountry? Co ed vt rn e .uT ur of Februe.rypassed-:heb.rth-da oforn.Wash-
Death is a very soleniti preacher ninong people lisws it is, of course, hard do individuals; but ington, the inquguranson .1 y Pres. Davie.
who are nM used to the tolling of bells and to the suffering under the original ec.uscisplion Ir. That also we a rise o hide and darkness.
hearses and processions. Thi.differencebetween nothing compared to what..t will 1.0 il extended 111 day long a b Tn urB6E GAVy
the city and countries this: In the former many from 35 to 45 years. op su. e, i Inbe afterr.c n walked i o
funerals take place in which coinparatively few Come with me iktoqthe country and see the friend out upon the piazzi. Suddenly 611*, sun
are interested. The train. passes by the door, breaking up.- Here is ,Hr. M: with whom I burst fiert)u and the most perfect rainbow, the
and those sitting or working withinhardlypause dinedlast Saturday. One son went to complast mosibrilliantleverbeheldspannedtheheavens.
to ask-,Who goes there to his long home ? The spring, and the father takes care of his family; The secoildary arch hung below it. Istood, and
sight is so common the effect is lost upon all but another son goes this week by conscript on, and for the first time in my life, was able to count
a narrow and grieved circle. Butin the country his family are aheady domiciled in his father's dmitually *** ry color. I am not superstitious
every body is interested. Every thing is hushed, yard; -a son-in-law also goeaby conscription this usually, I think, but.certainly
and awed, and saddened. The mourningla week. Halfamilapffhehaira.anuglittlehous)a 'MyheartThapedupwhenI.blyheld
general and genuine. The funeral rites are not and farm; buk lio owed will be left to work the Phakraiabow in the phy." .
pompous, but plain and sorrowfuL A mother farm, arrd the young wife capot stay slozie in A few dayst afterward I saw the itsougural
died and soon thereafter $144 infant of a few days the house. So she moves back to father\, and address of the President There are thrab scenes
dropped likta withered bud by the side of its plank from the mill was in the gird for floilring in history which are hke the rod of Mosee-ab
parent stein. The neighbors, without ceremony, a shed room for her. So here are three families their thriob;phe gnabing waters of Ehe heart-if
droliin; the more intimate taking chitrge of the gathered back to one. Mr. R. is an needent there are any there-sprieg up. The" first.isq
orphan children and thehouseliold. Each thas:Chfistian man, and without any help but ha when Oc-n. Washington says farewell to Who
comesis led in; the white spread i. L It- d frusta*h ters. a le it so gat her time erop, and news veteran., with whom le bad paned through *ght

th a wa a.. the -gra.r.. .y 1.014. 1n as of the inves"of his two se.ns, who beloug ton cotmary mat could be done. At the moment
-eArn-.. us .ie, r L.-d are discussed, fromits on alry companyandremarked. "when thelaw whensuccomemake.IneheartakarfuLase:rrow,
an. ,pturely, ties 3 1.. all as phases, even to is extended to I use r .en under 4:, it takes me be turns to part from them, and Gein. Knon-is
minutestdetails; isnd the virtues of the dead sway, tob." There bdI been a great up the first to grarp his hand. The second scepe
are spoken withethat fulness at [ML of young hotu.- keepers manan, LLree months, is when Bonapane calls f:r rr # Old Quarc( at
'Is.,x, hapressed ine as a ly roar .n our ..ncl building of cabins and sheds about the old Waterloo. They march rip with "astroingheart
feller.raramassary.Thost--110.Jrt..-tugushuttl,- hi... sadhohope,":togiv the last proof.of4heir
.A the loses stand -ou. L u-r. to., L...o r., 0.. Sunday I broke bread with another stropy attachment.totheir leader. Th8ir tread Isanet .
t>-ympatha heLa "s.-rir.rh.-twid3r.p and *1*,- Theoldestathistenchildrenwillbe18 theasmsas whenitma4eall-Europg@emble.
lets go his hold,.as the news reacheishim. Therd nextyear, mid liable to service. You ger an idea Silent. despairing. Lut unconquered, thef ozove
is rs.nexon on*11 her to be.;aII. cl on. The of the she and heigileassess of has personal onward to how far human devption can
Iseqbt..-s..He 11forad n.m. P. .--has family. HeistheInsundependenceofawidow. reachandwhatitcaneqeomplish. Thethirdis
Atrizek their hands and touched their Shut a **1 elite r 11,.1.8 e-home three oldest sons air as wheq,:after the defeat at FishingOreek, and the
One has plank; another tools; "and they .....r, Iap to and I obile. He .r. the main dependence fal1st Donelson, and the retreat fr BowlinS
prepare scoffin---not metallic, not mahogany- also ot his aged parents, ow of whom ma bhnd. Green, President Davia standip, e litate
Lat one, plarra Good enough, for those Onebrother 19ft last week, a consorsps, apd house at Racamond44deliverbi ad-
abst :-leep n .Mous to lie down irithegrave in, leaves him a wife and threW babes. to provide dress. Eackday bad pdded to the gloomotthe (
What a weak and irrational that for, and not enough corh in theqribblastthem prenesting. MidpHune East him .Djled upon
which craves is cool ly coffin and abrouding I F till Christmas, for dronth cut this brother's drop utilifortune, until alqug betta: hid:began to

ew: me:r:,: :5 m:s":.bro roband sino in 1st nmore a whisp rid:*'The
remember. Over twenty years ago be left our and his wife was brought bymy host to his)some if the gloom of Sesper.ation were settling over:
Churets anel naphis y 0.r r r.- here a or Eg.i.e.,pal lately, and withbis sons heikxedupawonthouse the man ty .and As very heavens wept in sym.
and d. I wrms. w. 0 > who leav6 us in that diree. for her secommodation. Seth hpy all theealeasppathy. Surroundatthy this appalling darkness,
t.on-rose .n stant Church to high j>laefsnd on one-and hA most leave wheamen under46 1'raisident, Davie;etoodorgot, manfidgand uttered
faine; became on of the joini pastors of the ais included in the conscription, foreo he told thatmentinge2iever to beforgqtten: "To Thee, O
=0mhbyl-rinityofN-.r York. ass.e.atedwith me. Noblaveorotherkelpispossessedinany trustippycommitzpyselfandiprokeThy
use rac la and Gament.ble. Dyrug. be lefL request of these families. If theyiedom of our legisla. blesslog 4p my;epuat.ry aggtsopose l" .
that be nughg it burned in one of ahose cofBus tors could provide for the exemption of adelig Kourning,* age aspicir4p,.,ttembling as we
ag (;ty G:.rpor anon provides-for me polir. I would be a meaenre otwideselief. M. A yQWea ] pe, wi fbdegna) flutra of the
dare ..ny he had becoge hearfJy dugusted with Butler e, Ala., Rept,18, 'OS, coloing $Fe, that addrellp sent ar thriR of entha-

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sisi hruh vryher foi n eo Iture it canhe caf, rriedth up ndppopriatil ed as ard rballied te fordr Nosoe idttawas killcoeobht oed, Cours. Whittleld, Gi) more adrmabryecp ANTE -yna~uct A LAod~oPY 01 EXPERT-t
tug t yort x ten ed. dwil oth o r iser, Cronerec er atGnrltu ho isl the elm h dsp ar ntey o h fl, avan, t f a n we llre w nded mnThen en le h uavng ecive i n NEteach al to Egihbaehsiad
ouTry to HO the~ro atnbuR~n apoc other.' -er 11n ofo bules piercd his m ouddy an du he fell eand, foRcement duingOB the HILB.- L JT6BTFD- Gen rieeer ntc, naamldwTh.The p ia o tUn
DcrBut as I hav said, th )anke~es ae. Our gas doi~ ea ladi esso h~ad ben nuainglton ~UltllO r the wotmde eiteteor i e ithe hiiein f thra6 # these I br, f vied the ith detlermiaton and rvngh ;ol Vingdndurg amyi o leiday luke bete 7 and 8i o'elokF8 n al tahn ui d ,w ep
3fi funIoinmennad now all esio wit leus- a lday a d anesso moe nt h ayando~el D-* ly aos & o w th ivnbl rnkso B mf aeen mor pd entr ca met I~~S nt:B~:e~:e", as a coun moradG$n~el esus w

saidc "wastak an noyot tak~esoun." In thoe firstM.edeigto:The followtiingr recipe fro ndieriy Baack. Yet twe hed tHael Seld, at d the lse ofds gihdalnrdw~er:;le "thegratiest s~OUIR nailveI sithe hatrwsfrotn the brick n of thehad sodar, atd 5 pundsof limoPumtsera i .I the aftero odi i~gbito noon thei Oen. L, advnce whtic h wsin the hottst ofteAhls 2mnFec.Bato etmagses e p#M
been deivered ntact ito thehands o t~eae et the stand hree hors, the pous hem ostd, and e handomely maintain his psition.and slet ix onthe grund on hich th e e cttersvile.Bettw cowa
Northmen, thedore woere no hearts ofn~ hepoltothradlowtm to reanalnih.h reid oerthe Anti~iaed ta~m cremek t was g d formed i ne of btetl-ie. Oure barm fell b hat ..giersue~ o, scared e eatsy O(Xo.Tesun:
tre on which they cold restbe. In spite In the morni mix well tfogether, and pourr itain by en ombs brigqade hich gally antly reised oiton erarod weesa supre r otinbe aN Y YUG AD
ofhiunold leunfrsadthi laiginoyur poeedthi a dnboal, aiba, ofromavnd 3)hpond I hm ootheotb? enthe~i~neftimp heirr sue theem vnemdent as a i0Feesl shr to t Tecern r. are% ildec8 mid it at nte~.~~iP
No,gil and b ttois Bitws a mostv hearless welce, of seb Let. it thi k ellour anl thet ee e a-am breide d forcedout ne r tione br k gin somef but on~bt ie o ma, ran d o transp ortat ofi a ne a h aec we M"'o les rnaa t
thattey rcbneivedandtey flt it.Omnte of thems said ec00 romes anqaumeo conen8, its rion, Jsft at his tuimedbtweden and 4PM, AEnone etou bd KurtrmsexY -Ko2*vill4 Rhept 5 hs or dd iai xe intoYscPaaOia n Ys-wtb rhoplr Pleseig
toan, olde rot Deoman:. "Aunty, is Jef f I Da iece Gratley b~ 0 aols oadr-ml e. A. P r.d- Hil, i fivos his esrigatdes aig ore a arrive here to-n gt fro wiGen..Kirty d.rees iedItely, a~tOI O.BdI a g .,a~
her r answered ethe o dwomant qui betly, e rn ag muto am n~nrsnJi oeahe the scene. o ctin dtroe the ernemy im th, at Lexingtn vhia agsenagr et atoet amelncoa
"hdeisdy.nsthere bt i op'feri s al rondab ut pge ; mdiaelybac froml thes postio the had taken, w ch wseingh mile westu oe Munfo rdevill n RfrneRv .
here~~~~~~n an~lrd continued tho co ntldarkresonringhtw ou athe l ath.An. Smithforcef anater~e py Fnk- BRev.Ut C Jas.L A.uen Cne nor antIhkwel.
Altte oywakig n heryStee ws i 5d inatmg rrot av ige atOoreJ @cgti~nh Sames ou il Pecsan h rablur Va.,aicn;f2kn~3~u;ipnd;r.E.T~a:Phleb:t~eesonicaoesothmerln
Jeff.epctuly Davs! "Hurra forliln thei~ deil"rple THE BATTLE IN d MARYLND* ,o son ofitiead fipeld and the qumy etiedtohi utred, and oter ar oi i ily e L OFn EXPEsRIECEWIHE
Sthr 2d Yankee solrdier. r "Ver wlead r ur mt Do eson & e ear to th en 11 utw eesd andine ls 00. mornng Jio Gursaetrniing i & nga n~tedk fatR us h esg'eaodemo

JAN T R. nos. th rard wdsht Iowegr, town the Boefsore afth po a o r e tw ~ h t ew rde v~~ rnw dr A 8 I L E A EC L E E W
Hilly turedok thela eft, crssy 1the Pot toma at- oh rel was btiriop d havnd itwss then d sco ered tha d s oners, ou thouat (4,00 smpedoal arm~s ak-p ~ '!ee op dsb~enforst ulatssond Moni duisynt Jh opnn p r
HLLSOR~dCH~,C., F~. COFERENE. hamesp-n rt, tun dow n the river Rdroe onthe tun enemy he o ha appeared enirlyfom the thitel d, eav of artilleryr MandmuitionsinR large Is~

day stadofed .ue~~ Ifurnioshedtishp ht piL frm ltesh Mar aond' YdThoe t bn o mehe a k uaryit dietin ande t ined fhah Bm as BBLI wru~let ,on en atf rren at egri~sep. desB1 G

Examnaton wre lso equstedto eet n ber sotorsand lrgampoun'a t rof gth camad garso wsi to eed ht tousn Genters.~ Sarke andy Branc Seth ambush, In whichtey success the wingsee~ o 1-a ereta o th Bszd of J al
Wednleesdy instead of Teontne ndlay ds e, en .bie, 1he marc isg wta w'Phi trdo l f oito a y isd nddGletn yhi Ram ler mne Wlmeln gs Laa oe stevEMAo LE C OLLEGE .
&pt. 3d, 162. P. dister hadoth DonesonD~H., BeladBtwatatwscnieved the ney usht hav lonst 20,000.p Among .h Fdeay they. Yoagain a.Fii the Pil hmeiaessaian1gonY UY' VY Mody Ot5h BL~EPeq. A
reviving'"Ut" po:rwe?:"":i Cto:,** wa 1ih- Hde 8ra eatoe edsfe Io bol ea wclln' ah eys, bh th- 8ntn aino atep Ho as b her edi tonn nieardo f aeeti etl-0
HILLSBrOGT. fl i s e bfLA. CONEREdmNCE f *-omnMr dhc eetapvncn oo uh gelef tu hn- re tonapaed. upn n h gt is F upoe ona xs has enoble, thensy t UII e~ ~ I ir. .r o stlev
usand we had the Spiilrtinhist coicting. convert iy ad posFer. hte Gae~hns. D.H. lld Sut oewhaiatO was otnueda throug hout er h cosderable pr of onm the edroal GenHsm. Moran' rear iingt weas h ntreies one.b w.. res.mdo

into life. We can boldly testify that the blessed longer tharn was expected, and ~Me01ban's advance the enemy wars heralded by furiouscannonading muchirom Tennessee, except that our forces occupy t1tdyo coe et ne h ieto ftefl
Sprtsilperforms his work upon the human having become rapid, Gen. Lee sushisbhted that he and subshquentlypaneor more brgdsatepe urfreesboro', Huntsville, arid other places, lael lwigracr.-
heart. The sinner who had nevei felt the bur- smj"". ml ht attempt to forc the assae of the mountasn to cross the river A part were saf~ere to asecenldd held by the enemy. The telegraph. is opten to Rv.Hn M od .fPeietadPoesro
den-rmovin liwr or ill tel yu.~ tht hean fall upon the rear of Gen. ceLaws on Malry- th rcptu akupnti ie atry a- Huntvi~lle, ,an the trains ll soon run from Evidnc;~" ~~~~"aes PhrsiaiyHstrBlesLtteLgc
realizeditthere. Theback-slider will boldlyaf~rm land Heights. He accordingly returned with Gen. ing benpur~p ely abandoned to tempt them fbr- Chattanoolts to Murfreeeboro.' The Ifederal force MoralPhilosqphy Rev.T.E.WanuamakierA Professor
thtedahis ear strat~ln i utl st erd nly ongsrtreetO'n divsuon ch gB Ambro Qn.o Hl' ard ,hor tropeyreceivola very warm reception tNashri no noure obsession swas reported odr Jleas 6ae Let us a o a en
avwta errceived a, new ip tusi e were ,met from pBill, announchig that the enemy Their column, thrown into the utmost confusion; re orted to be so fering for food-as were.nlso the Ar ~mth toete; Mliss H. Bachu, adstrucressisG oprsl
trcagoy ~ ewsadsill wthus. no ophrets nog lm insein arn sta:~T:lt~n m ~ s attemyedt re coa the rliver we he ofra ea es seltln,.th crer a v t b aaip~ lber op'h;amu oo~ee lpa eW~lin
tatk ou lry inetin, H aand I mtam mmr orllit les I n.d Ghar hadfle hl alighsbiae h flower of Burn s Divisionandu th- ofordet oflatiiebir netdb u cvly~n~co P no.o~dD:~~~~;I.Paxs.
ath~ i our approaching Ca np-meetng. Brethren, very lat the effort o thured i enmy. The enemy' ave descapedo andmany dhed Yf~~iDankees.av no an St.urilB John' Boluff sudenly eous d fonar smthes inen ded p ~~c:~l~~ IPI~tso 00G
pra foruts thatthe ovreyivalm flae sog mrase supror a i numbers enabfiled. hi to malc ilb out doubmtm floate dow the rieremvena Wmal shington~ilB. ene 'sgnots,' ascedi they ri antd drov ma,lsindvo a. 1idIrsm
and sp eread unti Sit shallseep thro allur srth ours, h xa t oen th~ed right and 1er sh glight Alls reprt concu inli saying tha helr slaughte of them.E bak usqetyo h 7hntase-Daig ntdn ooe.aos 0
Southernionfederacy: ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tha~o Ah realy heart It revival reached the sumto h ona orlfteeey nti cain a nrcdne.odtie, five ~ofsn thei eemys gcoats attacked the on nnOfoosan atl
atof r r eligioz all over our ih co nt mry w ou ld s mo ten a nnoyn ut- considerably fromln that dirgaeton Ath lastr aof urns, ou8Dr ary as es and rhe bater for fouT~ r or HES flve our 's.-bu eno impres- Pa able mi-annually:s ~lts inl advg
alikstely rin S~this fOrod a lse.n Lt s poray Then banttlet rag ued unilafe mght. The eemyoib au rutinga prepmarin folj tr f~udrtlrds schieeentws. sio on them. WiQe losttkiledy and dptch ree wud. ptioi Eis ow
srl wn thpet tdd or is saans r* kpndm ene t a hc 4fewad thcessul rehhsedt tse~ 2le frmh the ins goeonition caandy re civin re edtefr om h Ms Br ar's Prtisanblo Rangdrs. The Ehd~d~o Harp aLwstF e @ll pa pLEmn

man. sy at least o etnce a ay r a hrviva ofr hetheld rt 5000 i chcutil Longrem et cou cme' tuehall guardand~~tee~o~tian~ th8Tfideho their~ msubsiptute. commy' uband. aendn Gh~ie a do FanvleB, A
religio-in you own hert and n the Curch. u over b-roads nd precpitous eightsup the n the ue, Mr. oster, f Ala.,submittd a OFFRD COLL E, SOUH CAEO
ontpra yb one u dh a yna pton vsl a m e s incr ae r mou nhtio n whichdgenatb l eled bi hi o m ak_ nfol~ o-s eoui t u t n heS t r e n o s s ndD nc n A oe An o at

Sonh~rnonedrsS:a ralhartfetrviat Creamh ton'sumi Gap. Ge un. caws hadou sent Gn toe,,, erctn fothificaions &0. Adopted. fessor ourathemati es.'s uooat atsoedth
dut teigon ent er oupoqzounilampagn amongte ae's binga~ ~sderlg to o hl aptiathusprect izng thescrt aryofnthe r em asurystooferanrewar Bacon- Y dd atv.Ceie5.M unictulnhiatedn
churesy for the purp'.oe of lbormg for God pand lue own lrsear whtile operan onMryadHight T emys ofitn ano exceeding $,0 for futre~ appreheentsion an ibe,4 thm );n 45two 5T hledes 41 ton July H
myt bleding ~~ conty Yi conmeed my frst noeagainstted effrt~ofry-elling Gren C. enso-Ii to ocup it fcovcin gof persions enaed i cutreiting Lor d-3 tro40 et. inbbe, and' 41 to 42n kengs. AV /YENPORTLL EMALE COLLEGE.-
meetiw r abot othe 25% bult.r a Ebnezer, on it costfl h eim ever mand. The~oj~ hen eachd thvew Cnfedrate n otswspseyas henate bils eay -Nnee in0 ti Ipies. a itel This nstodieturtio anrmrf th e n paroae fthe isoth
Bro.s .W Anh on' issii y i on conin uig h srng it B Ga 2,00 lstro ng, tat 8 e p. .,Sunsy d imeney Seto fac -iiat the payenatsde o ab i ol a sedie prs. iin ctrn--stro c to 9 olies Conference, and is situated in the beautiful village
for 11 ro. A.assisted me ditriga prdiately. avrre battet Cobb's smal orce of2,100; Ine thalpe House the bil t hreaiser revnue wabsti co.eorian hist totr sio th so. or ri enoir, N~. c.. ve ealth laiTy anUGd sae rom
ofh eemg greadseaa re~een r hol 6000 te enkm uscn i Logtreriti colthht en atue sid ard i Coar ithee athe Whde.t~ waeis pastus ed to 8s -ad nvle a0 bej n
purity,~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~u an 6ondonpoain esds h fernon thy-od woud prech apibher'hs pterr in prve for th tmorary ofgnzto ofp. slbitroop --rto tbet on iae olen oiha
Fri day nli t.I as ed at Cese, o n n eeo siutaion, an ihreetly oppo ed t heir boisalvng wll S ep .I the Sen ete;ar bil was asdt a6-cre repo s to $190g ak;Vigii an P~d Jun~e 13t. R. N. PRT('E.~
ro. Wm.H.KeJ~)t~F~Ynnedy' w~~ork, and protracted, 1 gistheay hostile hos. Thebattl blasted unt)poiefor the c n~oinage" of!~ cope tPoke.i.ns of heYE oth kin to65pr c.OT ESSEBT YAN FEMALE ULL4ut,
ds.Bro Joh:n.L M Osten a I.% loa rahr i. Cobbhil wa not only forcged to goive back uth domnatio of1 0 nd 25ni~s iens wts alo thew Chickr- ents. CON GA~a Thetwety-ourh Anua Besi o
Dcnas ise efo hecmecmnoh clos heer famtnke Qoon. thebrititane ha sen Gmunrni ki. l to vcigfut~aidfors o;st paym~entd. ur ct gd omnGae ula 0t 0 b sa iricgeetnabrt,8
oftemetnanddd l iopCnne his pwe oady hiwlad Eobut stil his brave, troop fohe w th ade- unert co--ntrcsw the Snt, .efr the Hos Clatonfe- ium o 86 ThuseY dema for~s fierdes s oo asr to a R .Fr Smi A M., Pro-tf~~:~;
ruy o e gers7 aT o onT whtlpn ason prees ate' tibsend~ cour~ hc oensrds4eae~satth bre ld ice ,tdBsns u aciv ion Produce antd eavrocerIes. g e C.1 B
concert, nd l adedto helis ofpro> sowlcuthiswa through a our m hutila ted t rak .i~ T he Consript bl a so refrcsred iz oh Ho usqs, toar MARRED,3fr.8etwaritsei ach:e r f rnmntnnrk hale
tiir. h emesi hadk,: bomenen, fo yers, The bjet,4 the Cor~telnfederates hado benccom- at i cnimmitte of Ceronfere~~:ihc)~nte.t~i; I~rOna 16t Sept byrev B Breedi oloe Ray RFgs Wa~~se ranEY~ll andbL LayStwads Dpatm
in ver cod sat5e, andt. weent prepared ton ished; thle~y had. deae h dac fteSp.2The twom Robss haing the GerI Confedrt oswgpseFar~oerence, to Mzies ME Ganxe lofer Bole Tu,,~ition~, sang Pr~aannaf ~ex.~ teo
recivetheblssiigo msantfiion, botiutn sevr eney uti it00 ws toong late fo hm. tod~,ad me ge thoug Cofaiterhecormmittes, deon thediesagem or org a. .o1j Bor:ncuig ul Lgt adWsing, 10 90
fof thein were owerfully~e blsedrl a nd othrs udiaty niht Next '. smori h drl force s ,0: I the mitry bill the Cil ommaite, recommnu to Jon P ancr emn l d od no y010 5 ~ar Ge rt H s MshPne# a n ac. o
ionsiderably revived w To God b~e all the glcory. at Harper's Puerryl surnd ered to %gth heroic Jack e th ir respectiv e b odibs a c onrtoe.. t ert c.Gathrprilasdrs h Pe ei WC.Bg,'
Thye tirdeeutin wat Atteolm pulgusn, this county. hol thi Leginem fell e inoth hads ofg theaney-hse-xteinoftedrftoitest. w .Ooh Sept. 1862,I Many infant, daghe ofll Mrs Johne Dun RINITY COLLEGE, N..PT.LTR
WIL~isM. Reears. eralhundrd it s reprted.five nd foty-fie, an SarahAnn, as wCe, ofSt Heena PrishLa, wll comenceAugusi lth
purity, ~ ~ ~ aas s6ondo rbtin eiet till threatee ne. This dtermied Gersn;. Lbeeon Othe P~resd toe tempke steps ai~to o sen thereease Of neas of only trl~i d h1fdas, FaW so on a, Tris~nity as i lts a eur oe a ne oiartR othe conn
ms. If AthET CT.,er ALA. CtNr.Ted wrev M.etl C.:wohdrcevdifrain htHre' eryctzn te Confedete ats hnaeld in ocofino- nt n2do ra A 8EMoae eas s ihonynt t~rln~
*Trrientied writ~es : "Onetast Satudy closed would robeablycie fall nextmonng o ihda mn o urs b heGvenen f h UiedO 1t 8 RBRTF TRaifatso f tO n VDRo4 $6person BOAVmgrade
a m~neetig tCae Hill, during whichtweon ty- Gns. ng(a~~pstre n A .Hllfohei~hd~ll~r State. Th Hoseil toabm~, esablsh plaesofre. Moeand aGrnbieCoetcoGa Ag.--
. n.iP;l.Ie wee 2.11= toran thegate Churchtth hede~h. The eteiiondrirtohapburgwhee hsed cuntld nrdeav for te aminaion .of co erstoens; eollted forh:f;pt~~~~ AGRJE ANG BIMALE OOLLEGE--THEia
eque lonsp it(1 o eigh hs, te mieas frndome the Poinh a r le0t, ph ufed Tue9 27ja I bvie fo th ap b. 1e. w sum km ~c~~~h:;a~n~ ~iS. 1..M.aurO.s-ar::2Ie myi n e zoydsrbeta vr u
rpeteod9ie ar e app inted wand by Gd'n y suchusost2~t Pci. The framsc weresr secrdngy en of abe;alo-heSentebil o rgnie heSure e NGURET ONY 8 LE A OU E ND LO I
uso~ted frth sad 1o w is inen eltg befb p2dta amd iorg wihasT no een so pad%,ed choje wass aoo care umlt Eaduo sriex noso, whe saaSseaa r euse nt atclrY Of& a.M drs sGen o
th y rtemiats;fo srey hee evr asrn ofhar wabr. Our march wa nigtiraely uninter provide foilling vacanes in thde aormy occasioknd Within arfso wekol pe-ae a avne
hs, time oen te 2 a people ast ood moaren, neredo uped y the zey ciela' rosd not ed byd the oancompeducy of office oldirs elete by amy the hoe of gjh 50* eno-tl[np VLT ABLE R~IPAN:.eTATION FOIL~:~
covrglig aprnciple andd sentimet lirt incu~ l- pathoughi a the ouna gap oun til 8o'ltek onks ~ minltry, wasi pa s ssed, bi suscibrsrhl thegp othe haf a frte or i alE.--Ioferfo sleon ofth msdeirbl
d Tes hnhe pebresen. hAd utiess thr e Cairche M betp h onda origad abote 2a p.mften sacme Ion ithe Hf ouseresouln wsadnedeted on eachshet? NotY unlessIII wehv eruels osa-Pnaht eadam 0o on o
it thseventfuol csist, staw~enda qurely up to heir eay there hadvac -relaced aostion ivn fen of orthe Spreet. s6-Tesioof Congresst thavn aOM. Theso nrnndn fgtmbrsth an a ~~8~cntainingneq110 adres onezeellent or an;9 Cotn
ducwetyher whleae~ dusanty-ishpon mutst eriably lnesy ani t Bhare .o lThey for in to gatther up Exmto ilwbfrhrcniee.M.Lonsrnc n uncurrents mon -oneha ~P~B~blPV~Iisinctbankab@ in~ Augtzata about ne-al akd H~nneoand Hammocra sr
suffhi ere large fly slad zany, any ousinfothr- thesyirht focetrout Tuniesdlay. Menhl a fV. fee naenrett xmtnymm dederate otese antliar bhblo ra chas edi~,,~,,,"~,"P elffe dhv~et1e ,x.t 2 m min it. 7. soF~
Avsier to prerditidgi Whia sonsd b roI1the'lrs.n Jcsronr's forces adrejoined Lote e. ocJo bheires of Ce-ongesudera 45 yocr2gear ofi ag,* who ris Otu nquou U~au no a r es- t'a B.P.ONBosOmernG
upn 4 hew fiel.i ae boraveily hattln for teire sOn, bTusyateno about 6 ocl the ihng a psoe f ball, hisaldfo iitr uy hch was rejected*poas~d tio ,amr l Road, and the Citby Councils of Augusta and Charles- Sept.5-8
country' casete soldierusito the s crosmusty bei Leio fela n50 6kis hand e Ptenm-av xesoe lhadf 60ooooos Yeased 38;rsyL' s 8ays 86to neAd 0 thes~C:2~:rkmogse Fep o ip oIn grnIT 4~f,..-F

OUR I BIHP. tLSBL teira extreme rigt resoting upon an hehtco- obrt tomoe ithhsonadGp atns nan n hthutees ivn satie comn. e~116 d

chititge, & Setaionseor hey go6 o oernT tthe frntm ofi this Criade, aend se~c~iasing a the a wudued and msiong will rgdoht 26. o. dtl8etn Boy 9.H""~~.~;.th~""~~. rearaa 7:asaStej~a~b

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demanded~~~~~~~~ ~~1 yet.i anIe test .5i was po1p. .masepn pre nd bW e.
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as~.. .senie use. -..1. h -v inrguel
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here th teas sreamng own rom He u.. n- u. Iabs un.1,
coare hndkrchef tghty bundar..t .., r .
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bore wtness gainsther. Bside he cotage dor, . rd : n . ~ ,. i.( fCalsJ ale ido
re~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~,... she" wai bide to confess. Th hl welhsviet h efanISca h3t ero e

amily ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ towihseblnei a

enance but tha i not .she andil; I i-i
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LOIS THE WITC}Iw has superit
BT $1RS. GABKELTa. qsyggggg
CHAP, XIV.-Tur 1.. .Art1. rinusual sa
Thersert day she arts led Mr. Mrsthrern faces all ge
and1M\.Curan..adel*e.:Bot islan..cobersecuJ Youar
lega ly sizil p.L1.cil .31 1.itch..v.It artsors were "Alas!
th her, under the same charge. Anal un.n she,.arapp
the prisoners wefe brought in, Else> was r,. J she ha
outst by the abhorrenterr..w.I. S he ta-- GP f* ny.doub
pane, Prudence,.4ndoneer twoolin, tree"
name esp were there .n the brassurerr.:4 1.* time be dull reqt
of line spells ol 11.. 0 .1 :1 Time greens.,e .ner*3 up her ey
ph..:ed about .i..:wn at As 1-. I sc. a thus ,so preach
Oces, and the se..u--:rs t ween use.,a rs....* hD "81 fat
them, cl. f.:-run-r .v. th.-r....rfr.st1--dard host ..ol
:;el,[ nor .ra the was All tr.... Lou did at Ms gre
1126.1 1,.-ling, foun abang of th.: wondetang to In.. If,
declary or v. eli.I.5 but nol enh any hope of "Yels, y
sop,-nar.g due I al. :90tay I Tok **1 -1. 1--Mail..n ( .s, there
that this on all th6. eoddlenances around heri OWe of t
aswe that a tr- distortwi 61 in ...- passaonnia ,out g e.11 then s.r u sa l..I.J.-roo Jaul-J onal.,
of her hands, and Justice Hill.:.t y, 1,,.1. he .;Lly 1.e: 1
neap in-r-eye5,<- DI.nually 1....2.,r. L.1=.. ice (la.- .1 ind1,.
reven- us. nt r..icer..lses- rival.:.Ins
led, rf day ].,ok *I or. I rr lb. 4..1no,;1st 1. r p...ser
cather full into a th...r ..> ut ter.t En. n .s urt- Lu-
denly4ni notenth 1.. c. Ir ar\ I..1st .. ulJ .r.10thop
here, to. en rounts--J at a .t ru. I T.ub.r.,.I.. they all bope w
would have f li e..m.- e .rup, ..ra for *1.. ,= e.- 1,= e and n
youragfaced in Loans & ni. to-no: m.sta, ..ur of lier
to do all 1. 1 -ne arts. ..ra rr 1 r.-r 1,,.. .10.[+ U.r will.
white, yet so full of itd gentleness, her gray "Lam n
-eybsiah I ttle dilatedbythliferystilthiififybfHer Then Pa
iosillow it. .1 trich the Int=r-t 1. .ic .:.1 abor..21r.t Maing.1.u
-ur.74*.e.r.....i.,n tr., so.urr.. ,,i.iu.,gw.iizatso.r,. r.:.r rest w.
Ar.s rraus rt.... .1,....1 wr. ..a., .,,. e ..,,azau.. .:nter II,.-.
minist i s..r. sa,-, ....r.. I, .in 1. .,, er... sc..---- th
Lord's Prayer. Lols went through it as if alone to touch so
in her cell; but, as she Thad done alone in lier heard a no
cell the night before, she made a little pause ic4ceof P
beforeathe prayer to be forgiven as sl a 1.:.rcave by st* r seal
Ang st this instant of hesitation--as if they h...] ar..s out of
been on she- match f..r .:-si..., all cr....i our us.-n name or he
her I:.r a sm:h arsd one-n us.- comm..r C,4,a.3, gu.It, and
thejetar. & L.1.Je Plud....:4 it.. k on er..... ac.:*- *3.:.anheav
mard hen Leas turns..i e. I.ul? to- or a s; 1,., .na b.:.irst
wis.ldray to wr-a- at last **re I.rmb..r bec: F.ur -Jung.r an
whein 13. r es.-- Eli user I ru.J.-n..e the- prl-ror..] th..dungeo
reto..acauu, and ranshe ad no que-ream rioupoke shepercei
a ..c-rd, and the sumacec- deciated that me we ag. c 10k.
str...:k Jur. L. by ther. 0.0 k..t..r..J nu.k. .:.ut
took Pa.vie ..:+ urrier ll-== art. ar. ..aid 6,w, .:. ? abor re
forcedherfore.r.i r..t..+-la t o.,;.0 is r,:. r., ., n....t ..r
try inal arratur- 1-r bar b--ra t..r ,,aA. ilus .3,...u...r.;
Prud-ace had hardi, L-.:en made. to rcl e thre, rr at,-
steps before she struggled out of 1bc.c ar ms, nd I > v int m
delidown writhing as in a fit, calling out with whom she
ashrielps and entreating Lois a besp. FIr. and thrill of af
adve her froig her tornient. Time all the g.ric .:ol.)eaeec
i.egth to turu1.f .l-marn .k.rk: Ito u .. the t' s.
words ( so be v.rr<-,- I or.3 [.. r, our upr.r, do not use

out, 11 Leasy .Euq.rv.1 that .1 us.:, 9 of the= I.:.r I isus t-u
Tritches wke arrang4d .n ibe for ca .:-la .:rose <* r... g.ed,
tl=. y w...ul.1 1.1 0 the.r ..I p.:..q,. By-and-by It touch
lose fair her aa aph |.<-.Iq, Iruct we ur. rent.:.1, t
fatigued suchaposition, which she } I...rWe below the
patiently until the pain and wearinesshadforced over Irer.ely
both tears and swea down her face, and she heavy weIg
stiked ma low, pas.ular v >.ce 11 sh. m.. rar was 6.-1& 1. geth
i.est her head for .= In-a rt.ord .1.- ages.r a 0..- met...<.
wooden partition. t r in s e. -e II..r h... n I. 1.1 he, L. ..k F'
she had strength enough to torment others and They say n
should have strength enough to stand.- She But anot
siglieds little,.and bore on, the clamor against first remen
her and the o er accused increasing every Hicksons,
moment; the ly way she could keep herself Once mo
fiom bitterly losii g consciousness was by dis- charges, es
tr ating her -. 11 11 : r.i pai r. adJ r c. r . ad = av have been
2ng to I. com.lf aare. .:.1 to. I calais, r ol e usuld her, with a
remaimber them, expressive of trust in God. At proof .there
length she was ordered back to jaiil, and dimly the godly f
under:tood [L st site .ief oiin re sr. I sentenced been decid
1.. be brac.p d itr u.rds. air M ,,,, people now of Salem th
i.,ok-:1 ch( a ly bl .... [.:. J. a ,g ,ge 8110 WOuld
at this doom. If she had had strength to cry, submit to p
it might it was,3ust possige thfit itmight-bave others conv
been considered a plea in her favor;.for witches were to be
could not shed tears; but she was too exhailated next Thurs
aind dead. All she wanted was to lie down oiace day.) And
stioreonherprison--..-1 at..11ts..,, or -sear..ial.:
cries of abhorrence :- ri ur .-4 .. is..t .:.1 a t.. .. .:.rr ar.:. t..- l.,
cruel eyes -o-thev led bar t.aric ten r*race. ul.:.n use b
spr. But rest gave her back her 1. War .r II...uglar kerchief u
andsuffeting. Wasitindeedus, sustof,,,<. -se.;rlauty
todief She, Lois Bareles coly ..z luce.:s
well, so young, so f\ill of 1.... and I,,3p,. 3,, sp, .:-so I.
had been till but tliezie little days past1 Till an nica, ..117,3..
wouldstheythinkofitathome realdearn..m,- -t.:inrue.,
at Barford, iir England ? There thef had loved what her a
her: rts..res-ba bid gone about singitig andrel "Sirs, I m all tre eta) long ir (12 pva am mes, l...e. c ree. rtw
MythpAvonside. Qh, "wi., 11.1burs.mar.ja.,,. so r..:.r ..s
ther die, and leave her their bidditig to come mean when
here to this cruel New England shore, where no many thing
one had wanted her, no one had cared for her, God will fo
andwherenow they were going to put bar 1.. 1 "Take n
shamefuldeath ass-witch? And Ibere r...ul.I is'h-1Pastor
banage tg send kindly messages b) Ic. th.:.4,- r.oL conferis
should never see more. Never nioie! fromstriki
-Young Luoy was livifaindjoyful probably anddhiank
thinkingof herandof his declared wr.r-mi.on Histhornoo
of coming to fetch her home tolie 1.* sis 0..= *:.f Lois Ba
very spring. Possible had forgotten her; no victest witc
one keew. A week before, she would haveheen nobody hea
inifi5nant atTier own did r chil-k. g lor a Twayer f&r
minute that he could forget. .ca obe oral.E..3 years and f
isu men's goodness foratime for thdo inio ind to .11 t he l

Enen abe turn. I, and L...t en, death,
angry 1.ior., sto r y.-sk in .m.,-c., tear estril out Outsidq
igg herlover. :Oh, if she drers but with him! witches run.l
Oh, if she might but be with bim l He would grew hib i
not let her die, but Yould hide her in his bosom and mep to
floathe mel this people, arid carry her station of l
1... o"t '":"so?:n
0 user. r rr mammu, an. be too the devil, .e
I Le an r on of his powe

almbat delinousy to life, and wildly prayed that stations, no
she miglit hot die-at least nobjud yet, aiidihe of this time
oyoung1 by confession
Pastor Tappan and cerlaul elders rouse4her and fifty we
up from a heavy asleep late on the mornizig of accused, an
1 thefollowingday. Allnightlongshehad1rem among wh
bled and eried, till morning light-liad come Nolan, who

M: at :::::
ed, si has. and, bi l'...cor (nyan to plead at
**Aries," ...3 he, neaupling to touch her, lrom press..ed to..


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