Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: October 9, 1862
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Vbl. XXV.-whole No. 1920. AtigthstanGa., Octobeir 9, 1862. New Series-VoL1.---No.39

HALLOWED BE TRY NAME. thousand times from the ord of God. They permitted to exist longer. th& restless and heart, sold under the power of,1niquity, conceives she was a ,professed disciple of Him who is
at ass son coom were overthrown in His righteous indignation, bloody god of War, Inspired hf the adversary of arid desires more of outrage to right arid of "acquainted with grief ;" but I knew nof the.
List to the drdamy tongird that dwells and swept as with the besom of destruction. The God and mAn, trahamitted into the Federal gov- injury to happiness than all that the history of strength of her faith. booking upward whence
In rippling wave or sighing tree; rneould.:-ring monuments of &.parted gy7, which ernment principles of it.ia.v.e. and ci 1.r.s ion, of the race recounts. What sin does, under cometh our helyi, I was trying to fled "a w Go, hearkov to the old church bells, rest.rk the narirms of art"quiry speak sloquently and then made that gover r.m- r.t one.n.- co-or ,ts E...;n-- peru..-si..r,. inithe matter of corrupting fitly spoken,", that shorrid lead the ablibly
I Tehe w liq bird ythe h zzdug bes, of God's retribtitive wrath. plans as made sure arse war K ..t murder e.r..1 -1- And destroying men, is'has the small dust of the mourner to stay herself upon "the Lord Jehove ha
'Tir8paylower and glory" they prochim; Frequently nation arechastisedpwished for The despot at War,;r.;w ..r, ....>.0 balance," compared with phat sin would do but with whom is everlasting streingth."
The chimes, theerqatures, waters, rind, their sins, that repentance and amendment may upon 1 arginia fu her notato rin.i t.r it.: e.:.n., ti sc; for Divine repression. Shall we not feel this ? I had scarcely alluded to the source of oonsc4
All publish "HAllowed be Thy name!" follow; he might arm th..m gitt. an.:.rd trol tre.,-a 1, red Shall we not feel, in the lowest depth of misery, lotion, when. lifting up her face, down which a
heylilgrimjourneystillhebloods, Wearedisposed tobelievothatthe judgments send inem to slaughter ther brmra-n El** that .r mount of deliverance, in contrast great tear was slowly descending, she replied,
to gain the altar of his ures; of God upon what was the United States, are South, for what : That r.e migr a r.,,R it .-nd with the lower deep of .ruinand.despair, into with a smile such as abounding grace only can
r pto re an an tires, both retributive and disolplindry. This great pay him millions of dollArs.7barly; that he hich the meroy of God wilipot.suffer our own ereste, "Oh, IkAoto where toTookl"
liot b.1;.et ra, i., .r., are nation had become prqud, arrogant, m ght open up she car ran of tl... 9 t ru m .1 pravity, or the depravitjr of others, to plunge I was too fulL for utterance, and mused with
Thus beste-r .mp rt ra I re.. fanatical, profane, skepticaldrunken. Alabouah send it t....:k to use South un I. rn L.:n pr.:.r-c *M .' Shall vire not rather piaise Him for the silent admiration upon atxch meekness of resig*
Thran, **Tati, rI r.sall..w ] 1... Tr.? name some sections exceeded .0 wicke-dness, LararT for the enrichme at -si t.-r .:.rI be Ir* im r. p,-c.,,.n of ev.) sl rs.. t st. IJ- us from rb.- star -0. nation, such evidence of tranquil peace, when
Thesa=r.g.,kne-Isrst-:xb ar.. Yet .sa minon we were grosely wicked, and enrors:thrachematar -ut.-rrarst.:..vt thanruarmus .gunsr the perm..vies *:It'.1 shemighthave saidwithDavid, "Deepealleth
To ph*.s l... 11..r.R: ..r v. is s.. .1 ,,.,,.,,,5= em-- The day of I -tr atus.c.n become. Unue a parinership wh2cts th.,-, ur vils 1-- buy a -ne a re us v-- the liable r wr- 1- beineas unto deep at the noise of thy water-sponts: all
ThMaop or..s 0= tr. . 1. God has utterly made an erd of the Unsted them rapidly to bankrupl.:y Th.:-, w .: ..,.. .ur5eets us to is only for a~ season, and with as tbjr "waves and thy bill...rd me gone over me."
The sai ugh tous t elear rounl* oo* States. Secession drewan imaginary line, and much. The noble old Dominion refused, and eye to our own best -welfare "while life and "Iknow where to look." 11 611...1 true grave with
'the Moslem prostrate at the flame- war has no marked that line with blood that it took her place with her sisters of the South, thought and being last ?"-Beligious Herald. iight. Eloqueixt funeYal -in--rours.-i, tears I beard,
All worship, wonder and adore; will remain indelible for ages to come. The Virginia kneW what she was doing when she and books full of consolatiosi for mourriers have
All end in "Hallowed be Thy name!" Un ted States is fallen, is fallen This mighty united her destiny with the Gouth. She knerv Trom the ChurchIntelligencer I read, but never have I felt the power of lan=
Whair- er rn at 1 to ar. 1. ib r or de Republic has goite down beneath the shadows of her soil was to be the battlefield to the end of BELLUM ClVILE* guage as it was uttered in this brief sermon of
: ;, :,.:. 1 h mai I s he gd e b add a E he follpo n ssrefr m the wT eyn twtomTrel Ad hemaxs's he OT dT
Oweldhorn 1 sin t"Grea tp e; the palmettos of South Carolina, imd through foe. But the devastation of her beautiful coun rn ly eemt w rn and- arb enam- make a sermon of that? "It is a sermpa al*
Illnsh varied breathid is the same, the lofty boughs of the larch of Oslifornia chant try, the slaughter of her brave and noble .sbus, bitioxis politician pnd allauch others as have ready," I said. 'l'ruef' he anastered, "but I
Theatrqips may siffer, at the Thats her funeral dirge. Other nations may be or- anything, any fate, was better than submission directlyP r indire tly lent their aid to the inau- willuse it, and with effect tool
Is, "Father I haUowed be Thy name ganilled oth of the broken fragments; ones has to the unjust demimds of the Federal govern- ration of the t fratricidal strife that is This mourner at the grave has been ever prer4

For the Southern ChristinuAdvoople. already arisen, but the Uitited States is no my hisNs tio ti i es rmoo wnc F swe ing on betwe notehne two great sections of this a nhco si us od eofo ie 1 kramy e

OS FOR)THE TIMES.----No. I. : The punishment is also, as we conceive, refor- more Southern States behold it in ruins, they c .1 Afkture su& ing be te pai3fulde ed upon t com o rdrand owhagThrig ter in
..rr v. . .J. .. ,, motor v .n it s design. God would eaU us back would sympathize, feel indignant, and determine life if the punishment we read of in the Bible t h *Do
.. .- a n, r., c... li-- would show us of the South our to strike another and heavier blow than ever. be none other than that which everyman forms et th e ay alamitn Wa
-.r.:. 11@, allowingig our country tobe threat- Cattle, hogs, sheep and horses have been nearly for himself, and carries about iti his own bosom
a thir k .1;s pl ....1, tarightin theSeriptures ened and partially overrun, by allowing many of all killed or driven off Thousands of panels of -to be endured in all its intensity.of horror All you do when "tover and friend" are gone,
that God does 9equently send afflictions upon our citizens to be reduced from afHuence to fencing have been torn down and burnedinone wh h f God finally and earthly expectations perish, if you cannot
natiousts v. retrL.ury .,pn:I.rr..-rge i.r (L.,g penuryandliy allowingthousandsof our brave night. Hundredsof acresof gromingeornhave witent ee gsh elechtothe limitig saysmilingthrosightears,**Iknowwheretoleokt"
r.ins, nJ Ib st He .:.ver efhe r t -:.11. u M. .ne ur .3 men to fall in battle--by all the woes of the been robbed of every ear in afew hours, orchards ted pain of its own reflections forever-if this be ALL CONSCRIPTS..
indif.duala rms us .:.p na y, or 1. I.:.rtuale r.- pur,. present war-He, would bring us to reflection hage been stripped of every particle of fruit, the case, hat must be the torment of such as Conscription has becoine familiar to us in

"mp a o ad a We ie ofoun at oOnsKM the e ne nix e e fBann no nho ma hq n cek Am tAmu aH n ha 00 he au y's n de
p. rmits atII.ers.:-r.: re.. ,me upon us as the resul . .r, .1,. ,at.p .are He would LLus have us in appropriated by theruthlesasoldiery. In many againsethebrother, the father against the son, our nation's manligod. Our people, seeing the
of naturcJriur<= boththesecau. II,., Is. Fur.. landto at<.ut.nacareerof National Instancesourowntroopsareguiltyof destroying and the son agailistthefather! If thisbelhe urgencyof oursituation, have cheerfully con-
presear% direE. as I 1-* overrule the affliction pr-* r.- rt a rd. In shall only be term.neted by private property in a shameful manner, to their case, and it is nonewideninthe Christianworld, rented. At first there was a jarring, the old
for.ibe.good of rla..-. a ts., suffer, prpvided they .Le ..Israd of 160 Resur reetion trumpet. He disgrace be it said. It may be truthfully said, were is one man who has yet to experience an plan did not easilyjoin with the new; but sooti
bear the oil The vie a as ki. a pr teaches that Go I their long sleep of fanatibal wickedness. HP Southera army has taken ; so that after the persistence of recollectish and the effort to forget see the wisdom 4hat planned the messuire. Fo>

ed"-ca of natur si cau s/tra u is merely an inci. banish them from the face of the world* stances .private residences demolished, or hor- eemn, shootme a fancy shot / will e e Only, at em
dent whi=:h take. pIa:.- v.,th....r .ir immediate God permits men to be wicked if they choose ribly mutilated. I have been told of instances Ri8traigeht bedhenhbart o rowing videbte; su tables show, about one sixth paitof thewhite
agency or due.:1 ues..In c.r. ri put ofthy to be. He permits satan to tempt wicked men where the Yankee ofBegrs have sent their men ristshinesonhisbreastlike a smul5tP' I 18 inallided. Theife, wi 6 the
, Desity. to commit great enormities. For example, He to 15i'ivate houses for lumber, and they have A2qCaptain I here goes for a fine drawn bead, fe aboy noticed, liable to be
Weintruefr:t place, consider the fluestion permitted the devil to tempt the Ndrthern competence their work.ofpulliogdownbuild- prac esomen untdh na g a intuneP, ushewar Evehita heine 6r a
as is refers to Int.o..i. people to wage war upon the South, and when ings m the .face of the owners. In this way And dead from his horse fell the ring ng dragoon. while, th actually belong to the of the
God govere.s No .mr.<. He is "the blessed and they willed to wisge the war God allowed them many fortunes have been blasted and many rm ceuma ,eir at hu hatkebus a edifi bhood; Confeders Stated, their names ar oiled,
onl Pptentate, the King of kings and Lord of reto Hoe dB8utbHe is no san Indiferent spe bri ht hopes blighted.s vast amount of damage A sto r a tor that sa ohndshid they may at an time be.commanded to the

"Put. em in fear, O, Lord; theft the nations the tempest, and He will so over-rule it that in has been done the country. Many arrests have camp orhar husbe ordered h
play themselves to be but men." "He dde timb there shall be "a great calm" of peace been made. Husbands and fathers have been tioNoo our people wMch is no muecho taTe7
rule his power forever ; Js eyes behold and piety. It is thus that He makes the wrath dragged from the very embraces of wives and ,; ... aqout. It has been mode by the highest and
the nations." "Es shall judge mong the na; of man, the rage of nations, IInd the furyof hell chil ren, and shut up in loathsome prisons for c., most lawful authority; It is like the other, in
tions, and shall rr buk<, p. r 1- J.s*aise Him. d. months together. Neighbor has been tempted that all enrolled are liable stallydaytobecalled
**Who washi nor fe-m t ti' .=, 1:.n: of ); .. It we say that God has fore-o aine the pres' and induced to betray neighbor, until the worst c. But it is unlike it too. In out Confede.
Lions Timessmetruth..=all.:- ..:-:&1, Hunt,, at war; thenwemakeHimtheauthor of the passionsol"thehumanhearthave been stirred ......'.2- r., ua neonscriptioritiemeof the conscripts may
, .n the eighteenth Clarapr. r of T-.r ear in ..s .1tthchmg to the war. Man cannot sta in up tonots of cruelty and revenge. Terriblesus- ru ..-... ossiblymobbe required for edivice. But inthis
Government implies Mr., so..A law r..4u.r... n in...g what God he a wiljed-an doing whathe picions have been waked up, distrusts and jeal- . -. pther all must soonar.or later he summoned.
system of rewards and pun'sum. ras sc. :.r.3.r a o., on t avoi ...t God has nothing to do with the ousies of each other have become the order of co n ni p unnh dn pht; Ourarmjr conscription applies to those oidy
theirdonert... ButNman:.:.nly.orIas-at..0 theday;firstononesideandtheyontheother, betweencertainages. Thisincludesall. The
thus world ; in the now 1.1 1.:. .:ors.e v.ine ..1 tl,, war r ur abar La 1.=>,res the devil and wicked as ofte or the other army is driven from the SUBMISSION.. feeble, grey-hairedman and the infamit, all have
individualecompany .=a. I. Nar.>r. roll be .nm r, to fight it out trithorit at all interposing; Held. Thusthellorrorsof warintheworstform Iremember hearing of adear lover of books, theirnamesseedown; the females too are en-
Heaven and rouse in besil-rb. y <.11 rs.. then Hd is not the Sovereign o the Univerise' have appeared in our niidst, blasting every bud who had hii library burned to the ground. rolled; and thereare no exemptions whatever.
be asK., ated 1..:- th- resp pl- W1. r. .1 ,, Tmunit rates, and evil 111 h gh its defiant othusian flappiness. And yet the storm cloud When his friends expressed their surprise that No State or Confederate ofRoer, however highin
saidthat**dear. 8.-.1fr.fIIt-- rurin.1 rO=be11 '"..Lin.Ithe ingEtern caresnotfoi' tI loweisoverheadandthedaybreakethnot. heshouldbearhisloriswithsomuchcalmness, rank,.nor minister, nor workmen, we even
and all the n a...n., 1to-t re-r,;. t ;.1,' s ).qe.n at it w-- say that God ordains some things, jIn all this rain and misery, there is one en- his reply was, "I inst have learned but .little those who can give millions for a substitute;
mean that nations in their organized capacity-_ and permits others to transpire, thezi all as couraging feathris: churchess and ministers harp books if it has not taught me to endure not the bedridden, iir blind, or deaf and dumb
nations as bodies politic-will1 in r.e.] Te l.> plain. What takes place ,in ascer.hnee with larg.:4ten obi divisions; and have become fifml the loss ofAbem? ts a t
hell*Lutsimplystar all ri. ovi-to1.-+nno H.,willbeapprobatesandrewards.Thatwhieb ungdasbythebayitismof blood. This is Irememberhearingofanotherwhohadreason @ f rat con ipintherisisapto-
wdfully ignore- vb .=1 u rn sw us 1. ..I he ar n .= against His will he over-rules for good to those bright particillar star? God is at work deep to expect that his dying bother would leave him ability that their time of servitie kill be bridf;
them aal be 10 who lov Him, while he I..unk-hes she ;mpani- down in human events. The war may be as large fortunes. "Your brother is dead," said A few years at most of war and then a bappy
15follow-.then, its.= pun;5co.ofI .tall..re1 butor*. *presentevilbutafuturegood. Allthingsshall theezeoutor,**butbehasnotlessaouaexpence v.twr.hornep.erhapsbeforethen;adischitge fl.=n, fliepre--=nqtraristherefore, permittedto worktogetherfor goodandGodshallbeglo- othispr9perty." **IIG-:-=1hadrootknowthat ... ,,,,at,:,g,.,cienessorawound. Busintlie
to the twenty-e1,4th by.rcr r=r D..ur.:rormouivit comeuponus q 1 as a punishment for our rit.ed. J. MIns- Icoulddo bett..r w;the-at n than mus ir," w w u as cew-..nerowthereiano discharge. The
to said so the Terms- *n r son .4. It h" r ten e ecu ason Winchester, Tra., Sept. 29th, 1862. the reply, "I alwilld have had it every penny. chief authority has published that @there 14. so
ditagenoly unto the 10....: or a be i.er4 th, God It might have given me many enjoyments on discharge in that war,'? Ecclegiastes 8: 8,
she Lord thy Go3 a 11 5. I th.--- an 1.";: ran we n=--- r v.-o".ad 15oropent- P.ROVIDENCE OF GOD IN EVIL eartli butit would sixtelyhavehampered me on ,@eader, ,our rnur..a lis enrolled..\ou are amon- -
aboreall the Nati. n.s gl the earth. It.--': wa r lot at God ro.>I.tool-r n He will rarn na Perhaph, the-most singular ldea in Windoo my way to heaven; IthankmyheavenlyFather script. 9 .1 two at down).,ur name. Areygur
tobablem.elinthe e'ty-in time 2:.1J-to 11 H.iarrarband H.= countenance. thetheglor[ mythologyisthatoftheRavanaVricaor Ke- fouriddizigmeof4heburden." prepanag :.a your sum.
fruithfine m:.urs.1-au th. i.e.g..r end .n the .>as sun L.urst through stormy clou.h, star..11 be liames theides, namely, ofs man whoreceives l i-emember, also of hearing pt a third wh4 mons cometi f Are you setting your aNairs in
store, eton Butifthey weie disobedient, they lifted a on fas. Oh, for sincere exitancel from4he.gods power to curse and plague his when toldsthathis enemies had taken away his order? Providing and proving your arzpat
should be cursed ha the city-ixt the field, etc. Oh, for implicit submission to God!rep kilow-men, which the gods themselves cannot ozen, his asses end:his camels;:that fire had Ephesians 8: 13.
Theindividuals composing nations are threaten- Immnan afterwards resist or restrain. . fallen from heaven and corisumed hissheep; Aie you reely to take your place wnh them
ed with eternal punishment; but nations in the There is no danger that a conception wI ich that his servants had been slain with the edge who will "brave, we morary;" I Corinunana, 1'):
aggregate oftheirmembers are only threatened for the Boutheraphristian Advocate" 10701708 the Divine character in such gross of the sword; and that a gi est wind lied.blown 55. Or will your plape be in that vast divisidar
with temporaljudgments each a a capti. DESOLATION OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA- dishonor, will take root in lands blessed with the down"is Louis on ris.- heads of his children, and of death's army, which shall assemble only tobe ,
vity, .etc, In'the sublime descriptions of the Mr. Alitor,-Before the war, this was certainly light of revelation. Not a single bosom can ever killed thern---rephou, "The.Lord gave, and the defeated, accursed and puniked forever?-
JudgMent giveir ui is the Serilitures, the Jews, one of the most picturesque and lovely sections be brought to accept it. But may we not lapse Lord hath taken away; blee:-.-.1 be the name of Southers Prodryterian,
the Greshe. or the Romans, are not represented of our beloved South. A many portions of it into a state of mind, which will work- alEthe the Lord.
as standay her.:.,,- *(.-1 to r.-e= .re trie final sen- the natural scenery is magnificent. The moun- practical mischief of that monstrotis belief Now what is the iise of hearing about such ABOUNDING INIQUITY.
iance : but a us ple..ral7 r. pr..i, a r---i that *Every tains have nothing in them startling and terrific We aday fail to recognize the .providence of instances of submission to the will of God, if they But, Oh I brethren, the great trial of being in
and ofus shall give accottit of himself gato musing youto clutch grass or shrub in dizzy God, as wielding, the sceptre of an absolute leave us as impatient under troubles, and as the armyis not its hard bread, fts weary match
God." So in the fik1 aw .s.i. I1.0 Jews, the alarm.^ They are just of that sititude calculated authority over the evil that darkens the present refining under losses as they find us ? These es, its cheerlesirbivouacks, or even its absence
Romansthe Gieeks, wit nothe totouehthexpostpleasingaplysibilitiesofbuman life. Wemaylosesighter traw .aina.ghty Hand I nge.-he.ublisess medicine focur mindscoil frowthodoved-ones uthomb. Itsiathebaritag
welcomed in so .1,, in bec.ver...-.r Jo se 1 1.:^ place nature.*cell and 4. Due as the irhispers of love. which restriots uses evil wil ben lima:, where it ;o our .....ints. and rustrrow to our bones. Oh for i to seesnd hear, all thetime; everywhere, anch
in perdnan But all ri.e r;,;tuous .01 v. Junis Time Rap..Jan. recoquan; Rappahannock, She- must eventually swell the anthem of praise to the spirit of some who have gone beforous, who }abounding wickedness. Day and night, in camp
of all uations w ill -e .ave-d. so I all tI.e <\.:%.*3 n, and true gr arid old Potomeo rivers; all the Wisdom and Leive that have allowed, oply have t..:.r. cm all.ct. .u without spurmuring, taken and on the march-yea, andowthe battle-fieldr
individual- all be to c. mate a...r.:-i 0-:.= k,, many sanguinary struggles tower raile kna defeat it. When the rup at on lull, ab ap- al.n; of desir &.:,..4 pal..emly -it is all the, eame. 0am conptantly hea his
In iccordance with this view, Bishop Pierce for freedom afid national existence, add much to affliction is held to our lipis, we may feel e. tra-- L-.r:- I r.- n -.*r 7.. I --con.:.n. er. 0 t.> d. ab. and blood curdled by pathsyou.can't conceive; or
in his serm. n n The wgrd of -God a Natipn's the prosperity as well as loveliness of this de- though human malice aloite has niingled it. .1... ...nt- all the 5 be 4.,-.: so c..mpar.:0ra war bears foul language that makes him blush Ar
life,"*ips **)ne made of drous pun. hmelar I.ghtial sectioxio unmindful of the Infinite Compassion which the excellence of rh Kor..vied; of .T..usChrist.(his common humanity. -Often, though.notea.
(and perh.1p.* Itso man to be .head. a gI .8 to 1tx a portion of our country was in the highest would have dashed it to the earth before we came -Thoughts for '..* Ti yr ."xighteous" as Loli, like Lod, he has his sout
abouden r. people to corruption, to leave the elate of cultivatiqu. Mustandry was carried to drink it, if that had been best, and which when vexed" at the wic edriesis of ihossi aroidd ]gi
disease to work its criorse without check, per- almost to perfection. Everywhere were to be the bitternessof the drinking is past, will make I KNOW WHERE TO LOOK." and like the Patriarch criess"-Ob ( thaLIhad
iniz them to fill up the cuyof their iniquity, and seen large and well regulated farms, enclosed in it sweet with the memories of passion>slain and The cup Qf sorrow was already fall, for the wingis like a dove, that I might fly away and Ye
whensin pills on the glare of renown ai1d the many instances by substantial stone fenoea, well grace quickened to new life, so that we shall mourner. bad been heresyed of husband and at rest? He learns to feel that the sweetht
robers of ciB.:e. an.] J.ance, in 11. tal gaiety under cemented, the land at the same time being of know ikis to have been in very deed best for us. children. She had now reached the climax of elementrof that **rest" whieli "remainocli tir
site patrar= gr **1 it**a rr. at -n be r. the floodgates .the most durable and productive quality. Their How little do we laox, then, of quailing as if we afflictign in her family; who stood by the grave she people of Gpd," nezb to freedom from per-
are open, abe imp. 1.m.-nI: are Pa. and pollu- railroadio and turnpikes formed a perfect net- heard the tread, of writhing as if we felt the which was to receive. her-last. child, the only sonalsin, is4he being where '!the wicked cease
Lion rolls hke a flool th..r. the clouds of wrath work over the country, uhiting every part with grasp, of some Kebama, Vrica, or Ravars... Ir...m pay. us.] -ol... *:-f -ledinkg year>. How un- .from troubling." Herealizes the necessity fer
brew In it.:_ iae.cess at<.se., and the Dead Sea the great world around with thebestfacilities whoseplaguesndoursetherecouldbenc.I.,}.v.-r. e-..r..Wall. .ar.;rnent-. and be sayspast- the happiness of Ahe good, that "the wicked
makesteady her grave beneath. Another mode for travel. The people were religiifus, educated ance? Oh, when the soul sinks into not.. l..-f ..nt }..or lor.e .-6.1.11,.4 wed..x What shall be driven away in his wickedness;" he
is to ashe thi. p.. .(.Te m..Lrn the:. Filly through And wealthy. Splendid church ediftees and the darkest clouds that gather in the .:*r-poste a arrtil; .ms ir, none s.Mr. c. .0 pro.pea Iemaine feels that ein itself, in its last results, willitself
the passions of their rd.= rs, anni rt..irecome wars, buildings for school purposes, literally dotted quarters of infidelity and superstition, IAnt 5-:. Car abas t Wh are air thou Iri-h lor MJ to bear be a, hell. At first blush, one begins to piry the
taxes, ne te el bl.:-od and treasuis th.W 7.anistry The 1 sing p. r.eration was happy get her al-ove irs head, and rain down their ming- the acenmtulated and ovewhelmitig baiden ts missionaries, and yeb in. one re gard they do not
or the cloud- of the beacon are seal.?<1 and tt..- and si c.e 3.5 true tabled nympt a of antaguiry. The lang temper 01 doubt anddiend aird desperation Alas, for thee; if God be not the strengtheffliy saili arid hear such sin as do we The heathra
parched earth respond. not to th., t 11 r'u to.1 L.h..:1..s rn. r. tanppy ar..l continu.1, well takildgw bligids the ungathered harvest, pear. and le t d. lip ung .nr h--ar hol..lur eni.:.vmense, We must recall the providence of God Aver These werb my thoughts as I looked upon the who cany open their mouths but/ tti fasaliGod
lendowastes poDubstionor the fed-rain of t..ircle wab the.r w.v.....0.1.7b.ldr. n-th., only people evil, and an eva--appet recall it in connection grief-worn countenance,. and the little faded and the blessed Saviour4these men knodGody
dren.beacheland with earrow, arad-cy..r.rity uponthearthabaseemed faUy to obey the wayhourywnpersonalexperiencepfwrongapd shawlandthamonefAed bonnetthathadmo andhaveheardfrominfancy-lidwJesusdiedte
in the doom or the nation Saviour's sanction Take no thought for the wretchedness. Let us notwealclye..nclude, fr.:.nis loridbeer, her me, e-n:ng apparel. ,Imust try to save these AM. what Chrinition in theartny.
How ofwnhas thepoo.ehmentof nausionsin m.:.rrows y"ng.what.ehallweens? orwbanhall mefearfulaggregateofsiligad surf rugin [be relatedataanguishof operst byawordofoonso. doesnotsay "Biirers-ofwaters xandownmine
able world been retrit.urne. Tney ainized. Tney we -Irank ? orwherewithalabell webealothed?" world. that the MostEligh cann.:.t, or does nor. Labon, or of g. nile radmonarn:-n, if need be* but eyeshecause th 5hey agkthylaw.n
heeded not the warnings which came to them a But this blessed .tate of things could not be restrain it. He can, Ee 4 A single human how can such woe be comforted! I know that To not think I exaggerate the sin oftheassy



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or tr.I;m terbratthere arenor many men there lures havedxed their place among the most
abaste.goal.aysbetterforber.gth--ra. But nor...r...usolainnerstobecastintothe lake of
in th.= rarmy many animJ men are masses the. There way be ne gustsoe on earth abat can
togethei, and many of the restraints to sizi- reach such mp, but there le s hell. They may
such as the family, the society of children and estand drink and make merry now-they may
females, the Sunday-school and Church-are buy and sell, marry and give in marriage as in
largely removed, so that the sin which was in the days ofl\6ah, but the floods are out---the
the heart before, which is in the hearts of those waters are rising-their wealth win buy no
at home, is simply developed.. If the World is the shelter in the ark-and God will see to it, that
theatre where God is showing the universe what tioe is d '
sin is, war is one of the scenes where the illus. jus one, and Kis truth vindleated-
tration-is more perfect.-Cor. qf the Herald. Nor are the buyers wholly without sin. There
are thousands who will deny themselves noth-
ing-Who willfive whatever is demanded for
whattheyshould learn todowithout. They
.500 trR E HERE thus keep up prices, that would otherwise so
come down that the soldiers wouldbe supplied
with 'what ininecessady to health, and ihe sick
AudileTA. GA.,,ocTopER 9, 1862 and infirm could poinmand what failing nature
and age require.
We are often reminded, by the scenes we satin-for gewgaws and trinkete-for splendid
""'""?." ,,"ol":?"of:?b u adu urian in .of ouingra elbr

tration, from TVhich the above words are quote a rkbra b8a nt m k n the re c
whichourSaviourgivesofourrecklessdisregar ous way with bloody steps-half fed, half
of threatened danger, and of our persistencein clothed, and wholly comfortless, exposed to sun
sin m despite of all warnizigs, until ruin lin and rain and cold-to sickness and to death
overtaken us. It ought to be expected that and all, that we may retain what we now
no#, if never before, oux*people would be seri- possess and enjoy. Let as repudiate all luxury
oils, mindful of Divine law, putting restraint all self-indulgence, azid for their sakes, learn
urion vicious propensity, cultivating the spirit of to live as they do, so long as titey cannot live
justice, mercy and charity-more ready to a w do, but if ant of all th
worship God, than to seek pleasure or to serve ri are an ering w ings.

o sa unmense ro hine e nearGod's r ne T Will we learn to do better-will we ever learn
and intervention can keep us all from ship- to fear God And keep His commandmenth ?
He has enforced the lesson for years upon a
wreek, with our families, our property, our disobedient people from the pulpit andthe

man11m s, our country liberties de reliicgious es in 81 p ovidene e d ulbdy he
riot and gamble and dance, while their vessel heed it. One turned to gain-another to power
is driving upon the breakers, or when the earth- -another to pleasureaseh his own way-only

i"tal'Z"!" !"""' "ils"'i, "'='.'""lit "'lb ndHeterri seev e an ze
that can says them from a worse ruin--when if | We are now reading it th the lightof our burning
His anger be kindled and he nerve the arm .homes or as it written on desolated districts.
of oixr enemies, we shall be forever undone? bathare aringlit id as thand ories of
We have time and again desirecated the sins ng e graves of
of the people-we have thought at times that our household idols. Gracious God how long
there were lokens of public reformation-but shall ithebefore we have learned it-how many
we are satisfied that God is not yet sufficiently more homes shall be laid.waste, how many more
honored among us, to secure us against impend cities and towpa trodden under foot by a merei-
ing wrath. Our chief magistrate acknowledges less foe, how many more plains drenched with
God, aird calls upon us to pray.The liecular press our richest blood, he manymoregraves opened

bu t beerk3it eus f on p
innocent phase they may sometimes trike, have
on.the whole been considered the most corrup-
ting to publiemorals,.1, vil ever inveilt- TO THE CONFERENCES ABOUT TO MEET.
.ed-and while Churches are empty, the haunts We have tried in vain to ascertain the places
of vice are crowded to suffocation. Thus the of meeting of all our coming Conferences. We
Picked are betrayed into grosser sin, the minds desired to address a note to each body to let the
of a people for whom the "house of mourning" brethren know that the Advocate still lives, and
is now amore fitting resort %than the house of is trying tobe, as far as possible, a generalorgan
feasting' are dissipated, and the morals of the for the Church in these times of trial. We
rising iteiteration, to whorix presently we are to .wanted, algo, to ask the brethren generally to
entrust orir forfuhes-if God's wrath leaves any sustain theyisper, until their own especial Con-
thmg to the cotintry-are corrispted and their ference journalemay be resuscitated.
lives depraved. Are nominal. professors in no- :But as ire canxioi.nddress the Confereizees
way responsible for this public depravity? Do directly, we trust that some of the preachers-
they not by their doubtful expedients for and we believe there are some in all the Confer-
raising money evenfor a good cause, and. their ences towhich our mails reach who take iAwe
participation in worldly follymake broader and trust that they and the Bishope will set forth
strongerthateurrent, whichisto sweep alito thefollowingfacts.
ruin ? The Advocate is printed at Aliguilts, Ga., at
Butrbesides the 84110018 of worldly folly and $2 a year-invariablje in adriance. If an Agent
forgetfahiess of God which are every whersover, senda is nime without the money, it is consider
Writh the press for their ushers, and sometimes ed paid-for the sixbscriber is credited, and til
nominal Christians for their janitors, there are Agent 28 charged.

tra or s.c= .ms, and hurry them by a precipitous may reader their scoount for postage to the
descentdownfromonesteepofinfamytoanother, AdvocateCommitteeorEditorattheconferences.
until they have reached the pit thalopens its As it is impossible to send the paper free to
devouring jaws to receive them. Andinto these all of the thousand or two pi*eachere, who cheer,
ante-chambers of hell our young men are- fully a.:t as Agente-they are permitted to re-
ensnared, aba there is no law rigid enough or serve it #*'0 sent to theolke-c..r what
igovernmentatroxigenougli to avert theruin. ;s...iubal.nttoorderthepaperto..'e...annoni
and the earnest remonstrance and warning at subscribers for Tyrenty Dollars. The Agent
the unheeded pulph or of this -i- spheri religious may retain the$2nut of $29 to refund to himself
I il..--r ar. In n-o ps:*ur.ed ..ut upon the empty the subscription price he may have already paid
air. for his own paper, or he may order the paper to
Meanwhile, too, the worldliness of the merely himself or to any other person, without the
worldly-sninded is assuming more terrible pro money, when be has paid for ten silliscribers-
portioils. Never were our people upon a keener or $20- *
Woentfor money-making, and wherever they If these facts are brought before the Confer-
detect the smell of gold, there they raven like ences, we hope that theminiitryand the Church
wolves for their prey. It may be the food and will be benefitted by their circulation.
clothing of poverty-or the means of our de- Again: We hopetbat at each Conference, a
Sence-or the necessariesofwar-orthe supplies Committee 11 besppointed tomakecollections
needed.for our brave defenders-or the very for the 4. U. Advocate-and that funds current
life's-blood of their families-no matter what it in Augusta, or a draft on some good Bank, will
la from which goldmay be coined, that the be forwarded by the first safe opportunity.
harpies clutch in ~their vicedike grasp, that And lest in these daysof uncertain mails, the
they play build. up their fortunes. We have subscription lists should be lost, let the Commit-
been asked why we have hot said more in tee send a list by maiil, and keep a copy to
condemnationofextortion. Wehavesuswered, replace it, if it should be lost.
whereisthemsewhenalmost everybody.who Weiarite tlieSecretaries of the Conferences
has articlesto sell has become an extortioner ? to send us as early as convenient a notice of
Whether it be a wheat-crop or a corn-freld, their proceedings-and desire them to state

:E= ::- exte:.-:::.::::h

rummm d meanthatwe dhoe n Um write, in- case of a miscarriage of the subscrip-
Who that sells does otherwiseexcept that her tion lists,
andthere noble exception is prominent! Who .,
is there whose income has not increased, except PEnsoNAL.-Bishop Kavannugh has, as we are
that of the poor man on of those out of employ- reliably informed, been irery ill during the past
ment, or fighting for our liberties, or living, as summer. Ke was improving at last accounts;
heretofore, upon a fixed salary ? Why then but was in no haste to get quite well, for it was
should we wastewords upon ext ive wbuld advise any thing, it would be that ibr capture. Dr. E. Stevenson is a prisoner at
evalryman in the land irho offers public prayer Camp Chase. Dr. 8ehott is atill in the Nashrille
should prays that they who or2gmate4 afid are Penitentiary. He, too,* has been very sick the systemof.monopoly and ex- there, Dr. Ford, (M. D.) his fell.ow-prisoner
- tortson talse.t.renging so .much wretchedness basbeen relesalsd onparole; but in so feeble
and destitution onothere, should "eat the fruit health that his friendly fear he calmoi live,
thpir of doings," by God'adireetjudgmentaupon Bishop Soule is lielieved to be at his home near
them. But even thesis unnecessary. God h@ Nashrille-thouj#r out informant was not cer-
settheirnamendowninRiebook. TheScrip- tain.

El lioE' EARLY.9 CONFERTNCE.S. aide; foroneofoursoldierewhohadbeentaken
Ez.h.-p i.rly me a us -To prevent'stly prisonertold8enatorWilsonalew days since,
oneersk. As 1-, in time. t.<- good enough to say thathemet with homing so discouraging as the
in next xasuez, tbat the Holston Conference will evident sincerity of those he was among in their
commence at.Athens, Tenn., 15th Qotober; the prayers."
Virginia Conference at Petersburg, 1961i Nov.;
the ITorth Carolina Conference at Raleigh,. 3d A Guar Wont.-No one can estimate the
*ec.; and the South Carolina Conferenos at good now being done through the efforts of the
Spartanburg, Thursday, 11th December. The Soldiers' Tract Society of our Church. Its organi-
Tennessee Conference which was appointed to station is simple, and doubtless familiar to our
commence this day, will be held as soon practi- readers. The important ,part of the work is
cable aftei the.Federableave, and so of Western done by a General Superintendent and a corps of
1 agan.cs Time and place hereafter to be settled
-4.1 which due notice ivill be given. good men-full of the spirit of love and self-
No'rzar Evison.-Theother C.:.nferencesor ..acrzce-called oolpotteurs. Modestly and
whose place of meeting. we have any informa- silently these men are scattering tracts, prayipg
tion-are Alabama, at Aubiirn, 3d December, m hospitals, preaching in, the fields, and
Bishop Piethe;.Georgia, at Maedn, 25th Novem, talking with soldiers, wherever they may meet
ber; and Floridaqat Tallahissee, we presumelo them, on theimportantsubjectof salvation. Th
say on 11th December-as the Coixference re- goodthusaecomplishedis incalculable. The see
quested the convene them on Thurs; thus sown must and will spring up and produce
day instead of Wednesday, and as we -u pp.:++ am str n. must increasejoyor the field o
a wHIolno oTot t oi s reBbhq rd m
1 ng M

gIs g t wel
ed the Bood, and we are comet the margin.
The distanceis not great, nor will the separation
be long. They and we ."all live to God"-the
mode of existence is but a circumstance.
. I have been thinking what ,a,. fraginentary
Church we shall bare after the war I. What a
large proportion of the younguien-alwaysconv
paratively a small number-beilonging to our
respective communion, will be stricken from
our registers! Old men-sye, and women foo-
will have to do the work of young men. Per-
haps I ought; to have added, the children too.
utmost diligence. Pastors must develop their
religious character sti4 their capacity ofaervice,
as rapidly as possible. Church buildings, eeme-
taries, schools, financial and other nisterist in-
terests; are in great danger of being neglected,

ashthe on g bus ess men of theochurchn
it. Perhaps those of us miniisters who are not

i8 amPn MM m e ad a

o o ha e e to rteo on iec
honorary niembers, belonging totheehassof
Nehemiah's "nobles," who "putinot their necks
to We work of their Lord." Truly, this is a
time when the Church expects every man to do
his duty.
We had made arrangements for the did cele*
bration of thanksgiving day, but Redif and in:
cessant rainis preeluded public worship. T trust
we were thankful, however;-for truly;.theLord.

two-edged sword in our hand its timelf has
been dozie by the Divine aid, and much yet re.
mains to be done,
**winp iisentmforantheinit t,

to hhl a r a mn ces 6 ble
the Presidents and Seeretaries will preseryb du-
plicate copies of Minutes, until ordered from
Nashri r e ra rdd f e

press, with grbat care arid labo the Mr to of
,ms ed t yd the I could not bring them
Some of my friends express great conediff at
the supposed loss ofmy unfinished commentary
qn the Gospels. The MBS.of this w {etcispt
the Introdnetion and Questions), liefore
me. They were at my h6use'at the filme of the
hegira, and I brosight th&m with /ne. I hope
they will be none the worse Tor the labor thist I

1 m

ices everytbing, and life iraelf, rzaber than sur- .
render the great principle-the rightof self-gov-
ernment, that is, State sovereignty-forwhich
vie are now eqntending. We must, and by the
help of God, we will be free.
TadxAs 07Sexxmis.
Tushaloosa, Rept. 27th, 1862.

I believe we were speaking of use disungalah-
ed reception vbish she ind"ee of Nsehrillegave
our Yankee friends who came down, forsooth,
to defend us ag.samet on busbands and brothere
and our sons. Their objeeL was cr.ria nly very
kind, and it was to the ladses to hear
theit "Defende." repreak s;th* such comforlable
usurances of artuhang our she rebelbon ma few
oneof the Whperior Oficerg addreaded the MAD
into whose hands Nashrille had been debrared
in e eTsurron-lered f .

**Yes ear
"DaconistsonB If

wranspeakking decidedly er, e.ncre, so the women
winthemeIomind their work-andwhattras
their work f Tc- show to these arrogant conquer-
ors, and to the world, that the herol.: men who
Were phrilling Ltisir liv 8 for us upon the field of
katals, had left at home rn.nbers and w ves and

II h 8 b
BCDFD ADd *is fiance Open [Leir fo6 .
e... r ye or :- r 1,
ne e-r. ne'en -sm r........w or
.3,c.guerere re--.<. I r., -n.-rn v.s r a to conne
g,,n,,,,,,, r purp: -, r ..uss.*kr..
. ir.r..m. a me. rows or -r rsr.
I ..r r..r .... are, c.
The- won-.i ran bke ird-ubbles through my
veins, as I, one day, overheard a Federal oiker

j ,,tresses with shoes people,
"young Federal oJEner was one day expilia-
a us- the hope, that, after having a illed his
hole matter e.f rebelbon in the South, andreceiw-
e.J rhe subm"asion of our troops, he would lee
able so take. his fr.urth of Tuly d.uner at home.
"I think you are mu canon, sir." replied a lady
present, "as to taking)*ur fourth of July dinner
-ar home; but I shink a very probablethatsome
bird of prey will be making its fourth o Jialy
Thus name lady easd to a Colonel from Illiziola,
**F"olonel, shall sur properry not be protected I

>ps g la to e ."amd your

armed; they as Langry, they must he fed. I
have. I -ft a wife and two ch.idren as lovely as any
.0 the world to come here and crueb cur than
rebellion. I would have every rebel. bung, and
every Gr.u pm to b.e.0, that not even the seed of
the sees should rernam on the earth.' This
sentence was interiarded with oaths. wMet. I do
not care to repear, but you may be sure shar, was
a brave fellow, for be did not even cremble, as
be waway ag these bug words to that great grown-

pn smo6n be s el .ipicasants wedckoedverea-
her house ro Knd ;t Elled with Federal officer
assa soldiers. gone .<.:.od .0 her own room. In
their made. ana poure...s foreb the rails of her
wrath and undagnation upon them. Moore says
**Feremora found the pearls of bus poetry dissolv-
ing in true vinegar of Fedisdeen's er ticism." As
tha lady isoneof nu.ell.gence and information

> e r 6 s no
and commendable.' Thorisands of dollars have
alreadybeenjudiciously expendedbutmuch
.moreis needed; and we call upon theChurchto
the occasion. The Rev..J. A.Proptor, the worthy
and efBcient General Superintendent, has been
indefatigable in his labors, but he finds so much
important Work to doinsis ofRoe that he qsnnot
visit all the places from which the donations
shonid come. Will not.soine of our brethren

grand results. Let this be done earnestly and
as opportunity is presented, and we shall enter-
tain no doubts as to the charsetep of the response'
Brethren, your Master calls youto this work.

eotug i ho e MDonatio e
A. Phootor, Richmond, Va.-Rick. CA. Advocate,
'' Loza as WIren."-We. conclude this week
his interest and pbphic hi ioalp n

We have rarely read a more lifti-like narrative.
We knors, that very many of our readers have
been deeply interested in it, .and have been
profited and Instructed by its perusal. We
shall, therefore, make no apology to the anony-
mous subscriber who writes us, that we "had
better harp left those column blank, than have
published it He is probably a descetidant of
Grace Rickson, or of some. Other of the witch-
burners. Lest we die in debt to him for his

-when he finds the paper not worth to b m
what he pays for it, instead of dictating to th*
editor, let him discontinue his subscription.
His being a subscriber gives him no rights of

To Cowranzanz Barrise is a new paper, well
gotten up, issued from Columbia, S. C., with
Rev, J. L. Reynolds, D. Deand Rev. J. M. O
Breaker, for Editors, at $2 :per annum. The
Editors in their salutatory say:-"In our ecole-
siastical relations we are Esptists, sild deem it
our duty to avail ourselves of all suitable ocog-
sions to exhibit, explain and vmdicate our
denominationaffaith-andpfactice. But wp trust
yre are not insensible to the vast amotmbof
intelligent and abstantial piety which exista na
our brethren of other denonunnisons. Oth
them we sun toolurate flaternal relauous, and
while we shalterpress our candid disisent from
wbus, we deem theseerrors, we hope to do so in
the spirit of meekness arid kindness. .

asy the congreganons were large, and on each
reightthehouse was crowdedwitkeitizenssect
soldier s The number of the cent.irts
were soldiers, mostlyfromG60rginand Alateams.
Mxcir-.o- m Aire sys.-The Rev Mr. Fulton
has had on .nterating metungin Amburyin
this eity, which resultal an the CODV=-ra -30 Of
about thirty persons. Dr. Mann is this week
he.lding a m. et;og in St. James' Church.
Lourelan CONTERENex.-We are askedly one
of its preachers,.if wscan tell when and where
this Conference is to meet. We cannot; but
;nvite information for the sake of its visimbers.
Datar.,This week) issues a day or two be-
hind thousual time, on account of the necessity
of reparing a portion of our inachfnery before
,,4,i print the paper-
gr. I St...r,-H.:Ary didff 5 are made upon our
Chriestman sympathy, by the fast merewing num.
bers of our bereaved friend. Our brethren of
South Camisras team to ke the gr eatest aniferers.
The famJy of our devased Bishop Capers, all
deeply fe..I the loss of thear beloved Theadocus.
oOddy," as we called him, was a great favorite
ch red as a ddamoi b 1
A e-r a d a ePr to f e w

To son of my bef>v San us, was a littlet.ay aban IreddedinOharles.
ton. I can scarcely realize the fact thathe hire
since gown to be a man-a soldier----a martyr
flir his <:..un f r(. So of the son of brother Ke-
Swain. Brmber Moore, see, of the same Con-
Grea..---W.w many more loannottell; but they
all sh.u.s our teriderest sympathies.
The. mad, too. s us wher mortuary nursi.
Ngence. fa a r,- ehe n d for Dr. Wig -
manli rI s.:o 0.1, bo drient the tatre
yout an for trother Cotten, who has also
IIed to bury his dead out of has sight
cler u. rejece char the wives of our frsends!
all Led in the faith. Weaving the legacy of precions i
reminiscences to stamper the sorrow of be-


has issued a prdelamation declaring that on 1st
January next, he will proclaim freedom in all
States and parts of States, then in rebellion-..
and uphold with aWhismilitary and naval power
any servile war that may be thaugurated. This
is the substance of his infamous paper; imd it
is so received by both Republicans and Demos
orats at the ITorth, by the former jubilantly, by

the proclamation, fiendish as it is, has come at
last. It will do us no harm. It is only an olden
avoival of a long premeditated purpose. The
Southern people cannot be frightened by
bullets, nuzoheless b bulletinhe B eyhis .was

present government might be clearly defined.
If there be an anti-star party there, we shalknow

k1n o t. ADurin the xt tw emont o
by his balancing between the ultra and moderate
Republicans as abo ose al .m

Dictator were growing more formidable to him
than the Democrats, who are making desperate
efforts to revive their party organization. He
had to choose between the two, or find himself
in the next House of Representatives without a
corporaPs guard of supporters. He chose the
former-allied himself to theilltra Republicans,
as 0 h e

avowedly, as it has heretofore been actually, for
the extermination or subjpgatioh of the South,
and after the overthrow of all our social inati-
tutions, the partition of our possessions among
our conquerors. This is now Lincoln's openly

t emetde Tor suas in hi i its nit now
by a large majority, then we mustatripfor the
Eght and trust in God. If it does, while yet
there is still a large minority against the policy,
the probability is that foreign porters viould
esteem that minority as m:-r I v. able even to
foreign intervention than to a war of extermi-
nation, did therefore as ready to hail it, and
they may consequently intervene. If, however,
Lincoln's policy does not carry the coming eleo-
tions, his powei' and that of his party will wime
andeitherdie out, whileaviser counsela aban
theirs will prevail, or else they wilL make as

outu on e n ag
revolution upot1 the Northern States themselves,
Either result would be beneficial tgus. Yet we

from the evil purposes they have so longgher
3ahed. Letusleaveoffourfinsandlooktoor
own resources under God's blessing,.for deli-er
ance from the evilif that environ us,

1..*meeting of Christiansof all dens..menanone
was held at Chicago on the ith inst., and a me-
morial in favor of "national emancipation"
adopted, did a committee sent to Waibington
to lay it before the Pl ce .h ot. On the 1?th
Lincoln received them arid listened with "fixed
attention" to the reading of the niemdrial,. and
also to the reading of a -:milar .10.:un.. 1.1 igned
by the German citizen. ..1 Ch..:e.g.... Tu. com.
mittee officially report the 1.. Ir <.1 [bc.r errort
and the .President's answer. In to answer*
given it willbe observed only nine days before
Lizicoln issued his infamous proclamation, him
says: "What good would a proclamation of
amapcipation from me do, especially as we are
ntiw situated? I do not want to issue a docu-
ment that the whole world will see mi1st neces-
earily be in.:.peralar. ), we true P..q.. 's ball against
the comet. We.uli us, w.>r-i 196.. an.-, slaves when
I cannot --v. 0 the 4."...: shruu.:.n an use
rebelStrat.e. !- ther.. --.ngle c...urt. or rung.e.
trate, or individual that would be influenced by
it there ? And what reason is there to think it

w r
and which offers pr ,r.-et...r. and treedom to the
slaves of rebel me wr. r no was unit n our
lines? Yet I carn..t I..son that abat law t.a*
caused a single slave to come over torts. And
suppose they could be induced, by a proclamaL
tion of freedom from- me, to throw theinselves

upon us, what should we d., irb them ? How
end we feed and earefor --u.b a multau.J.= ? He
also says that he supp,. ... th=- Oc.namuDon
opposes. xio barrier to ps act. M.A sad-i.<. Nor
de l ugge objections.ot a tu.:.rab itu re-, irs 1,n.* ,y-
the possible consequence pf ., .as t rava -re ,a.
ths&outh." Withsuch an utre.cuous des:Isration
uponhielipsisikaby wander that heabould La
afraid of our praybra, tor he said in the same
address: "The rebel so1.1;<.@ are pray ag with a
great deal room earnestnea-=, I lear, than our
own troops, and expecung God to favor fair

..:~.. ~C ~.yllll~ce*llieYie"'~- --- ---- --

(ONFEDERATE STATES, AugtSta, Ga., Sept.16, 1862.
From Mr.nW A smab$150, tao constittite the following five

a uMaqarTire Membei,
Miss Ella hAdari s, a a 30 00
F sL Ada Mariet AnnualRetaber, M
sessie Ateradd ni, clareind & c. 4 co
ered nM i to TI hasse ,Fla., 1 4
Fr ev o es, no annual Me er, 5 00
at to 0, on

. Member;
ee A ung .

s B n e C eMember
Mrs saf iliams, o oo
w @ n I she y, N. Life mbe a 1
Collections at Greenstiaro, NrC.
r aby ei 0 weGrbonab 9 N 10, .consti 000
Mrs JH Smith Life Member, 80 00
c an M smi ,
wm une'pibles, nern ei from:.. i ... E. 150 oo
F or e orth =male college, to consatute
r Richard Sterligg, Greenaboro, N.D.,Life Metn 80 00
bJ e8 0 as mobnonj C, Le Memberr 30 00
e L /Gr es an, q 0:, O

0 ee a for Testaments so on
e e

Re a 5 Greensboso, N G., Life Member
KFr end, Greensboro, Ga., through Dr Mydrs, 1 00

inher, coo

Previously reported,

pa so m no
ndu o et e a vo ocrk soond la
eans g othat so be

linooeE kWfarm BattissoAn of Edwkrd and Mrs. G ro E to ch TI t shOr noEf oERI-
Dist, 8. 0, o 44 .ru o e h n rn rg in e e an yh pa at

eds. one an spgitip shing alie colors n up r Geor- .
an AG sact-Mrs 0 GE si.4 at-the beginning of the red. M 4 come welliecommended to moralsab ell
year from April,1861, to Apr 1862. as oe 1 HQ ft 4 May, WhitBeld county, GA, getting

wt essaThrinto eq onotedpartietalarly a hdeoiTe?5PE ENO
as% er cent. It won or cost the one one-halt I br na semina or to take char of 4806 of yould
ubscrit ab h o ee ekledto a hbj teachit rvatefamil. helaeom tehtto

ri rss e e oe hbove er (a rd e est-of tes 6 at can be spl n, 18

6 or I o
on f taCnd avan h th We a Chall T daughter of a dedeased rn niste a Situation as
ton. anad no p vate banker's bite-or on her sh nplasters east Engli h ira he b n n he a Music. 8 h

was in C7or. OakForest, Cumberlandeo.,Va.
when t one e u e o equ oin teh ma s ac nefereikees--Beir, Lbr M. Lee DD
tzsknow which of the subscriberethe order for.have sent iter. Jan. A.Dunean. RicohTmond, s/Re J B ak eC.
su8 In2odne, ndwhatbillstheirson PeterabnrgVa:,andDr.5.TalleySanForeathmberlan
co. va.
RECEIPTWto STthSepteiziber. Sept.18--8w.
A-alls F .4-J 3 fa sal s: .4 e.2r la sJ .40 person s. LADY OF EXPERIEN0E :a AS
E.-alls J n 0, re a ,; .. a 1 Boyes 10 a Situation as Teacher 1n some School, Ami =ry, or
'duk; 2, .au.. .if Bany L-and a to or, 3160 JO ute. Good references gives. Desites to commence
e-4tos cA crowell 2, slas BS Crane 5,3171 J Conder2, 8172 aNu r o Februasr all the Situation is r tth ver
W J Cowan 2. $25 ,, audhepb% d, for to benefit of need Fammea of
'8113 J T Dodeon 2, 813fiT W Dorman 2 to dr, 8146 A J Soldiers, that reside in the vicipity in whlo be touches.
De is o r /lept. 25--10Address JE eExi Ga.
MMe g a e rn 17 to dr, sloo kw ASSVILLE.FEMALE COLLEGE WILL
to\\ on era, ad t ra or 2 to dr, 8160 J open for Students second Mon ay nB MT,, 802,

E aer 3 81 JD so8n Sand 5tocr,813a ANTED'--A L Y TO TEACH MU-
L to rI angrord s, E Land 4 to dr, 8187 TM Collain, Oil Painting and Oroamentals in Caestille.Fe-
Mise C EdMdi 31rS1@W KoMGeb eM1F neL & No lady NA herabirth an AdR Mon neeP& ye '
's 43 y 1ba849 J x txenw 2 81 DM dsMa2 8168 Sept. 25--12w. 316nasG partow co, Ga.
o-also aI Oldecep 4, 8187 D O'DrisSill S, 8444 NB Otts- OLUMBIA PO MALE COLLEGE, AT
9 5127 W JPower sto dr-onlyyourietter ortugustleth w beCr LuUm B Teh red1 tsd o a En
came to hand. G & J's paper goes. 3186 H H PArks 2, 8161 J with a full Board of Instructors.
068 J W Rooker al40 FA Roberson 2-and.5 t6 er F6r Boar including WashingsIn ht@ Fue go, with
e--3114 D stowe 2, 2120 JE Sentell 2, 3120 ES Smith 0 -- an in glish an he Class year,
Forme insenceMeeivedpp as son to f ie- -PranoGttitar and Vooni-with French, Drawing,

hfle e 4 3 D odk 2 3 A GnStacS 7 i hA Sharp Pain n e6e., extra. Secretary ote Bo dKoPTrustees.
T-3112 M J Tool l, 3175 JPW Tota d \to dr-Miss.F M TPARi'ANBURG FEMALE COLLEGE.
T' ism 1 dr d IT 4todr-Touare dr 18. 3117 J B FALL SE/18I(iN.
W b ,dn8 W Will 8 to dr, 8163J L Williams 3, 3169 d on up8eoga o ey e

RECEIPTS to 4th October. Boar pr session$75. L ghts extra. Mb
No Nas, GenevaDa---321s$4--As you neither ge your AuT sts and on hise rmug, O MMr 2, I I
own name, pr that of the subscribers whose papers are not Friday morni 2 0 to
moved, we cannot tell whether your order was received or thil lim her nost pupils f rdh .0 ILe 6 of
A-8284 J W Abeanathy 2 Sept. 18-6w. -
at 2 B reift 21 ess w n a OLUMBIA FEMALE COLLEGE: 8. O.
#s\tal$not la it9onor 2a our PO. 011the enve The Exercises of this Institution will be resumed da
c-al?8 J J clatus to er, 5181 Ex cotter 2, ales a cope hei 4 day of October next, unded the direction of the fol.
'n8 eever am8 yg y ed2rso r rose racers .
m am neyd a 8o sks3 Bo M P .35 ChMd
Dr i asfa C Dwight 2 3225 8 W Di 824 T W of Mathemai /Ancient Languages and Natural 8efence;
Dorman 4 to dr. zop 1, Mrs. Frank Gamewell Instractress in halosopKynPGheosiolo-
E--asso JE Evans 2. y e L Hh st asinGeop 6,
a 92 B K F der W umi Ghere with Baton English Grammar, Botany, t Hons. E D'Orilliers, 0-
StG dr-T eG ,ae Et WGe8rle slus nor eei so D M e hd
a e ,e mw knto s8 228.1 atnes 0 maniltalian and Vocal Musiot Mrs. E BradyMrInstrue
0 gras, Blackn an ynWork JohaB. Black Steward; s. E. A.
206 J B Jackson 2 to dD, 3289 W W Jonea 2. naxs.
a sK r 8to r, KLLuck 6--Error of For Board, include Wash g Lights, chie th To-
g h e r us n p e I to

'an mi nually in advance.

li 8 1P I s soo nts di cu 191 t fEl NVILLE FEMALE COLLEGE. -
as so Pritehard 2 The Fall and Winter Thrm will pen September 1st,

Sa 0 T n rt2h ,dr& 1 re 5 d OFFORD COLLEGE, SOUTH GARO-
as tea r--T3e 0 oads unf ed( LINA-Rev. A M. Sh p D.D., President; David

. wLji ldmo nd2todr,822DJGWdrley&,8227 mit 6.D\ o e eratFe RD eAM
HAV yM sL Young 2. sofoessor Nat raleSeleace; James H. Carliale, A.M., Pro-
5 -aeus J K Zimmesman 2. The next Re-Pion begins on the let day of October, 1862.
ia i i h

4 o ght eo Au pn a dw ofet e2 o ee ate a 8 is theh a ok I a Tun ra ed shbooudro

ity ma by the tiftie.she had finished her unsparing in as nalotmen dCon ess ited comCn emen n o unts t woefhdh
sprinklinget nitro muriatio* nel.ual service, and to such other perspns as a an enemy. Oneof the gunboath passed up as hi li
I):now 6f no instance of ladies spitting at the within the lines of any .Arm r Army corps, a th 6 sul OrowelPs Landitagi atoppin at oes their

eia6 rblna ng & s at them, as hast stond r atd ofG ve2 me o8f to $dera e th b so t ow3'sotme ei deav nsdaround
80 I 11 r t 1 n a uw d am s oes
abould touch them. For ihis they were doubly federate States. eeivable directions. It is sup oned that this blus.
repkid-farat, By the abuie of the Louisville Oct.2d.-The&enate, refuseato agree to the tering ez edition was intended to interruptthe
downal; adcond, by the blessings that were borne mde km ref he R use to 4 no nm aTou en t -1 1 at Me a no I 2 ,

"ME: ""::baveme int n tu nat o o- a edd t on a t a
ly, but earnestly-1.they'these Northern vide for the transmission of the trans-Mississippi are now within three-quarters of am 1 of Corinth.
men: We do not wish you deceived. We assure mails.-At one o'clock the senate went ints The enemy are buddled together about the town,

1passesalongour roads, our women. pione.gend Oct .we -In me iniste, Mr. Olay, ofAla., sub- so I am afraid is heavy. Love1Ps .and Price's
won en, with uplifted hands, pro abat not .,ne n..tled a c.rment.I.. and resolution for the lippoint- troops have our thanks. It is nearly night."--
ofyoa may ever return to hia e.3untry. 710,, near .:.I' s C..rrmum... of thirteen to tilke, or cause On Tuesday the foUowing came whsch was not
rages perpetrated by the forces of the United Bates, received from Corinth since Gen. Van Dorn's dis-
brought that Hag or vu: an*A stress through to be preserved amon the public archives.- stch of the 3d instayf. Aeourier, rho arriv44
this country, it would have rkised.our very dead The House bill, to aut orize the establishment of ere tb-day, says that on the 4th inst. our troops
Em their grtives to follow it, and now not a camps offinstruction, was ,passed, as was, also, the drove the enemy from and beaupied their entrench-
Southern hetirt responds to it, not one >> bill to recognize thb medical department of the ments, but that afterwards they were forced to fall
"Oh yes," replied a soldier, "we have Southern Provisional Army; and the Benate liill to punish back from the town. Heavy cannonad2ng-was heard
,, and repress-th importation, by.the enemy of the yesterday from points above here. The fight must
men in our army. country, of Tr sury Notes.-The Report of the have been most bloody.-On Wednesday, the
*No, sir," rejoined the ladies, "you may have Committee of Conference on the Exemption Sill following, showing that we have met with a reverse
Yank bornm1ennTenneasee in -your, army, but was agreed to, and sent to the.House for its concur- was receTY 8. {easoda r Thup T .od

The soldiers said: "The Southern men won't In the House, a bill was passed to provide for the Our forces gained repeated successes on Friday and
Eght; we can't get.them to fight; they always 1 ge roa pr i ioilemandr soldiers as Saturdayd ocot in so ieodn f the enemy brien

"Yesn answered the ladies, "I believe they 4tT.5I e ind b%1, relative 't enem nheld.ropt ab rnlydnS da
did run once--at the battle of Manassas, though to soldiers' bounties, was hpassed; as was also the fell upon General Van Dorn, with overwhelming
not gaite fast enough to catch you before you H se bills an isi e3riesi3ntmto mport A esL foTeC 3t tonrelinqd islhmo u sitions and
gobto Washmagnon but did they run at Great of clothing and shoes for House during Friday, Saturd and Sunday. The slagh-
Bethel ? Did they r an at Little Bethel? Did bill authorizing men between the aged of 85 and ter on both sides is deeibed as unparalleled. One
they run at v-est.urg ? Did they run at Lexmg- 45, silbject to enrollment, to volunteer, was dis- of our Generals writes that Gen. Maury's Division,
km ? D.d they run a r. Booneville ? Did they cussed at great length, and was finally laid upon co osed of Phifer's, Cabell's, and perhaps Moore's
run at B61mont ? Did they run 'st Bants Ross ? the table.-A resolution was adopted postponing Bri es, will not muster more than one brigade,
And though Fort Donelson fell, and our in:..44 ft us for the adjournment of Odngrees until th* 0 Ps brigade has not more than 460 men eft.
were obliged to surrender, it was not until we Tn to House, a bill was passed providing for the ye i tin, of the 14 1 digade cCm osR ch #of
could walk formilosover theliodiesof your dead." enrollment of persons subjest tomipitary duty with- Texas, and 091, Wirt Adams, of Mississippi Gen.
i'Why,".rejoined the soldiers, ^'did your men out the limits of the States of which the are rest- Moore isbreported to be killed. Gen. Cabell was
emuste Bowling Green ? Why did they not e to e aso I i eopater 11100 n efo 1 e eek

'And why,"answered the saticy woman, "did mittee on the Military Exemption bill was a reed ment. The army is understood to be the vicini-
you hot comb and take Bowling Green when our to; as was also the Senate resolution extending the ty of Ripley, Miss and is perfectly safe. It is
men were there ? Why did you wait until they< session of Congress- rumored that but one General was sanguine of
had evacuatedithefore you approachedit ?" For. GER. Las narmlNG FROM $KARPSEURG.-We success before the attack, which is due to him.
a few days after they capted the soldiers seemed were led 14 the papers into an error, when we said LATan -Later intelligence puts a better face on
running over with inelf optifidence an& (1.0 y tbT n1thebay ter ea M rt to i8 n 8 taunrdl)orn o is ro easinhe eeHn
appeared to think that our army ?0.01 ground . 2 1 s.. It seems, from 7hP t. information we that 20,000 men were coming down on his rear,
their weapons without another blow; then when can get, that both armies remained iit position, He fell back without being pursued, met and fought
,they found that the hearts of the people were throughout Thursday the 18th-each, p rhaps, them next morning-drove them back to Metamo-
flowinfecuthward, like a mighty stream, they we n thhe a ack.Re bTean give to I suTk rre r ne erR pd fowhnoehh
evidently grew uneasy, and began to mqmrp: fo1slp wing account of the masterly manner in which combat.
"Why did your people destroy the bridges, thus Gen. Lee drew of his army, in the face of the enemy. Saizzxe Sovanann Onuncn Pnoran rY.-The
injuring yourselves-de]iriving you of such a His letter is dated 19th Beptember. The Confede- Second Presbyterian Church, Kashrille, having
convenience; rate armydas returned to ViTinianWhether Gen- dismissed their pastor, because of his adherence to
heywereanswered: "We dppotlike co2iveni- s a rate c eupp o armx e em t at of r th came otba chN ,tr ea doecre patoimmands
enceis--we Southernerg. lished the object of his movement into Maryland- Church building and arson e should be surren-
"Why did your army give rip Nashville vith he capture of Harper's Ferry-I am unable to as &ered to such members of the Church" as are
. oat a blow ? order was issued latelast evening, and by the Unionists, "the Church building to be used as a
*Because they chose." at was quite dark, the wagons, artillery and post chapel for the use of the United States soldiers,
v t: a.-::.:d d a d I

n e 1 6 een armed men wept to as so a r dus Ing ed Ta k OA s Pi ne Bu erB 8Li ed
house to take from a little boy, a Confederate and some were transferred to this bank of t river O er N 7 require sall persons in NewrOrle no
flag, some five or six inches long, and, perhaps, It was not quite three miles to the Potomac, and e, 18 yh age, u ds,

arsnone but ladies, to take a flag from a little. thetr16i$a dme not ei tpe8a ille ann ew otnl^ are to be recommended for pardon. If not, they
boy j the flag is not here, it is burned. I hiwe a enemy's, der so silently and adroitly was the move- will be fln a nd impris nd theth prope

Co' h t kweverb acannotgetit." mentdan utcted, aM 1 IdandwnsTt w rof thedutyofseeing that every b unsreeholderrFenrolls
in m heart, wthnere you can never tonoh noon, and the roads were muddy below, while the his property tu their respective districts.
heavens were covered with a light fojg above, blith SKInxIsm NMin PassAcotA, FLA.-Militer,
,it,",washeranswer; ofwhichfacilitatedtheenterprise. Wehaderossed Sept.80-Oureavo1ry had a skirmish with the
As you perceive the ladies did not take much into Mr.r Ir.r..1 tr the bright and early attorning enemy near Pensaeola yesterday, resulting in the
gatias Op conceal their, sentiments, you will net sual **t.,r .ed .0. silence and at the dead hour capture of ten prreeners, belonging to ghs 9180
beaurprisedat the reply of the seritinel, when a of night. The columns wound their way over the N. Y. Regt. None killed or wounded on either
gentleman who had beeir annoyed at every cor n ,y- th vale. @ ememo3e, ndi sid starts in Mar COLLEGE EURHT,-
as he we t he eNoite mulght sa b we ment mu abe rnegardedp d o ethhe most Short1 after the att ckhbfm ol. Shingleras coalry

here buts few middleiged p of I--na. In qually ...r ran y .. .ur-i rs and stamps e man thist ordered ankeeli visited the town and liet fire to tke coTege
pursuidigitheirbusiness. The guard is, a great and executed it as one of the greatest military lead- building, destroying it completely. It was a com-
annoyance, and there is no necesdity for it.i, ers in our time anddgeneration. With the excep- parative new edifice, occupyint the site of -the
"Indeed,,there is a necessity," replied the on 1* Tnoulneded a dessa coTowax onnsitha got anti revolutionary building accidental burnt some
senitinel, "why these roometi toolfd rise and murder nor a single piece of artillery was iost. The crossing RanvAL zx exx CAxr.-A deep and earnest

ITow vre womeft have takeIf up enough of asmanm lis er a 1 3r e rr us seFat e in t s w ti t hi td
ydar paper for the present. Jan T; H. OxosEi. Padm nk h ever, an his rage as impotent me e en in of to 1 at os li rl

into Maryland.ayI am equally ready to admit that lestori Course$. po wo is gomg on.-

THE MISSISSIPPI CONFERENCE, under to cuccoun cin raduos I fnrkf4T el u tufallX ws.-Dur tops have Mr lm-
Mr. Editor,-Please give notice that the Miss. My mind, affter I camoup with e army and saw the eksofiville, as the Poperals were lariding a fore
Conference will convene this year at Jackson, miserable cor voenoozted f haem arA i tzh to surround them. The Yankees have occupied
Miss.,instead of Vicksburg. The time a polyted and theChole of them insuilicientl su lied with Jacksonville. At last accounts our troops were
by the Bishops at their meeting was ovember food. Men in this condition canziot be rpepied eGght miles from that place, and our troops from
19th. WazzilEL HARRINGTON' $118 8420 GItept 88 When the are properly clothed eorgza were gomg to their assistance*
FidMurg, litise., Oct. 1st, 1869. and aribsisted. The best so diers, under such cit- On Auxx IN VA.-Winchester, Va., Oct. 4.-
cumstances, will straggle both on the march and in *All 4s quiet, except occasional skirmishing. There
battle.. Since we crossed into Maryland, and even is no pros eat of i]hmediate hostilities. The sick
Twaxer DoLLAns sent to this oilice ment before, thbeynfr Rently had to march all da t and and woun ed are being sent to Richmond. There
ofsixbseriptions to the Advocate will ent take per- f ot food ofan rkit reedo fouru ye t esher areNfewer deaths than usuB 11 Nels hot i

1. 7 x-t tx n n Ut rex uc cao mit t be e e 4 e luxsvilly, on it t Ge
preachers, olass-leaders, young brethren, and the of our operations so distant, the intervening coun- -Commercial cireles inPEurope predicted the

0.':::^ vt::.. ad a b du a i e snHMn i no ben d
the Church--keeping its paper alive--and to supply subsist the arm as it should be The dlPilloulty of Newin forkthe same r sul -Tibe R ublie
emselves with a f\ma of useful information- passing Confede stemoneyin Maryland was another Wadsworth for Goverz(or of that State. He is now

-- e sh e4 confess to the admirable on y Go re r doin 4 g n .na e
general ofour retreat, andhow completely dh Western Virginia. p An impHrtant naval move.

sm rh en I 0 to o va 11
by this mornxng,.wfth everything-guns, ammum- odman, who was wounded at Sharop burg, is
Obs rnGo a --..m ch t n sx nee ery r ar a h e id -----Gold1 as q obe ibeNn a gh aso tS

pe1 o I eatoutrage neme on p edn e SPd eas aPauhas uiee REVIEW or THE AUGUSTA MARKET
w a]nd,1nhna o tsh e n creat. The moment this news a read through the Prepared for the Southern Christian Advocate, a
in the execration of mankind: and countenal ced armye di p intmentennd8h1 n se edre isott BT J. A. AN8LET, O rG or 724, 1862.

o 0 11 sw ag f 11e r yofola AB egent as rp tB icealittlelower

en coes is ed bj$he

h a a virginisand

one o'plodr, P. M.-The following resol tion was commenced elling the wood around Blairton Business quite active in Produqe and Keavy aroceries,

Ap licantsfor t missm tat eseveratclassesaverequested
a ypunctualintheir attendan

ar eoh nf a dte tdsod a n
a a e8192s on e go 2d
week. 1? s in8 40 cents per dozen. Lights extra. Hu
one ee otedti ames 4Nhe to e o]eHa u 1 Ft
farther enlargeddress the Ptesident,
June St. R. WePRTea.

SO A h n c t n 8 i f
am r a n 1 be M

a Lh u 0 s t Ao o

g48 idng, on gr des orner n
Firse aBehw rLtz, 0 o OD to Work; CharlesH.
ruiti . $ so on
oas a lu ag3deOrLight dW ny MD 00 .
Half of the aby #eeroust be pa$in advance. or 4
th ugp u address the PrealdenSecre fB Ity.
\ve win commence Au sath,
Trinity i e a as a e rt tdja @in
is five miles from HighPointgon th EPorthCarch to StuIroad,
n rannonn m. B. CRAVEN, Presi lant,

neasyran term is useutorwin a thedlirst Wed-

e e E
My address is Greensb

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02naltoak and n eko and Hammon.sooneres
r by, good ,

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a t r eype ean i, on aF~ T
woiird wlasr "Mother,"h and b athd his last asi sof rs
sleepngbsb.Ir ri ll.r

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ofo le hn God. M~
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plr~~llr e gol~ nhm ro shl~o~inOs M oa
In0 hs asu b~ Or 4l rslrw n D

LOIS THE WITCH, which she had dwelt in her youth. And the
0 KELL 14018 Went on, saying all the blessed words she
HA actuaton coiald remember, and comfortinS the helpless
In lion woman
L> 9 e,.mT, a i dGo e]Hekson stood in p-dian and in coNeinfortic Loi
Lois was sitting quite still, playing idly with a strengthened, **
bit of string which one of the thagistfates had The morning 65me, and the summons to come
dropped out of his pocket that morning. t forth and die came. They who entered the cel
aunt was standing by her for an instant or es- found Lois asleep, her face resting on the shim
iteilence before Lois seemed aware ed trer do being old woman, whose head she still held in
ence... Suddenly she looked up, andark figure. lier lap. She did not seem clearly to reociginize
little cry, shrinking away from I ace tonesse where she was when she awakened; the "silly
Thett, as if her cry .ni too v. look had returned to her was face) all she ap
she liegati: h 7> peered too know was that somehow or ariother
Gr i n k x h ana 6 ov. in rough some per fer rinethe he had to protect
had ieroedthetenderhealtofthe the poor ladian oman. eamiled faintly
ing kindness ( did er when she saw the bg light of the April day
atta ertunder her r t 8, Loi e ze bas and put her armroutid BTatteo, and tried to keep
failed with grateful thoughts of how much that the Indian quiet with hushing, soothing word
m" have been left undone by a less conscien- of broken meaning, and holy fragments of th
2ght a she' Psalms. Nattee tightened her ifold upon fois
"1:"2.itt""Jhd49new rdnthdadh na@ aHh eTut an
desolate place while sheanswe -very kind in doubled her efforts to-calmand encourage Nat,
d 6 1 never r htl to p rednGy uno ious that any of th

v n insla Her unt stood litill and silent. sense of the present terror. She gazed wildly
p> sh asked; around, stietched out for ,aims as if to som
Did any of mine ever wiong you e person in the distance, who was yet visible to
after a time. 9 her, and cried out once with avoicethat thrilled
"No, no-never, till Prudence said- b' Ibr h e11 Who he & it, "Mother!" Directl
:: 22:"?"th:1"d whad" a nw r t he n
and tryin toeven d her ace. acie drew r with a sudden wonder, like a fear of deadl
Iread da et so bl 4 ve said it. r ad silence we brokenthY

e e thehh if it were t e what le pe pleb rae"
state, if ever I or mine did you a kindness l" down, and rushed through the crowd, out of th
"Yoit ask nie foi Christ's sake," said Lois. "I bounds of the city, and into the dark, dens
can name that holjr name-for ch, aunt, indeed fbrest,*iend Alaneseh Hickson was no more seen
and in holy truth I am no witch, anR yet I am The people of .Salem had awakened from their
ldm Ibemange hem frightful delusion before the autumn, whe

him from do himself or 04 a misel ef, Instead, they led them to the grassy grate where

omanGodferry me1andIne orthoughtto bachelorallhis e rC n oldernesse

de n re mg et
e8 m{up n the mLois, arken IAvonsid vi s an H a hi e
to me, an pray ighty you, tence of excommunication against the witches

oH e e lo ly, 6 myd ad sternly. orild pa on whatsoever si errorbor mistake
She stood aloof from the ch ned girl, in the m reiful High riest, who no h h ujohh
femokocorner of the prison ee n r or compantsion on the genorlant, Td thosPth
cursed the witch,. who would not, or could not, Hickson-no woman grow -bad modes most

8 Ag? e'i': 7 ::;:il:::"f .:111:'Set t:::'r: ,:
doomed La 10 b so. ar rev r 12 a and mistaken testimony shi had given ineeveral
e t ins nees am ng w p arler a

when she chme to them an orphan and a stran- Then Captain Holdernesse took out a paper

ntitthis last summons Loishad stood as on anad read'thy fo1 wing humble rand o mn de
who hears her sentence and can say nothing signed it, among whour Grace Rickson was one
usinst t o sh k ows all o & ee d'ai "We, whose sames into und..rsignal. beitig, i
sent speakof the judgment seat, sndedthe end he ear 16pnealiled tenow awho .aur.x a a
of Grace's speech. ahe tod lifted uth lier I. hr ,3 q,, Op Jr y of doing acts of witchcraft upon
hand, as if solemnly pledging herself by that the bodies of sundry persons, wecodess that we

Godhavemercy.oayonabdyoprs -1 butwere,.for went of knowledge ;n ourselves
11ercalmvoicemeddenedor .>.sa mak r at.Jbetter informatson Irom others, prevailed

erPY 7 information, we justly fear was insuHicient fo
notkyour prayegs.ntWhie Ap aye e Ad the touching thed lives of aily (Deut. xvii. 6,)
ward spi fY whereby we fear we have been matrumental
so sh went swa .b. that whole night through* bhrin n oo21 ignorantta dnpyn y
"God comfort meI God strengthen mel' was Lord the guilt of innocent blood, which sin, the
all she could remember to say. She just felt Lord saith in Scriptaire, he would not pardon
that want, nothing more-all other fears and (3 Kings xxir., 4,) that is, we suppose, in regard
wantseeemeddead within her. And when the of his temporatjudgments. We do, therefore
jailer brought in her breakfast the next morn- signify to all in .general (and to the surviving
ing, betreported her as "gone silly;" forindeed, imfferers in special) our deep sense of, arid sof

self, inniling a little from time to time. declare that we justly fear that we were sadly
But God did equifort her, and strengthen her deluded and mistaken, for which we are much
too. Late on that Wednesday afternoon they disquieted and distressed in our niindsi, and do
thrust another "witch" into her cell, bidding the therefore humly beg forgiveness, first of God,
two, wiih opprobvioM words, keep conipany for Christ's sake, forthisour error, and pi*hy tha
together. The new-comer fell prostrate with the God would not impute the guilt of it to ourselves
push given her from without; and Lois, not nor others; and we also pray that we may b
recognizing any thing but art old ragged woman considered candidly, and aright by the hymg
lying helplesss on her face on the.ground, lifted sufferers, as bemg then under the power of a
her up, and lo! it was Nattee-dirty, filthy strongandgeneraldelusion.neterlyunacquainted
indeed;ikrud-pelted, stonetbruised, beaten, and with, and not experienced in, roatters of tha
, all any an her usu. Oth the areatmentshehad nature-
received from themobourside. 'Loisheldherin "We do heartily ask forgiveness of you all
herarrusandsoftly oped theoldbrownwriti. whomwehavejustlyoffended; and dodeolare,
kla.3 face wah her spron, over itas 5.. secording lo sur present minds, we would none
had hardly yet oried over her own sorrows. T..r <1 am 10 ca, b things again on such grounds for
hourashotimdedtheoldledianwoman-tended thewhole world: preplag youtonecept ofth'
her bodily woes; andas the poor scattered senses iri way of utisfaction 10r our offense, and that
of the skyage creatgre came slowly back, Lois you would bless the inheritance of the Lord, that
gathered her infinite dread of the morrow, when hd may be entreated for the land* -
she too, as Welf as Lois, was to be led out to die, Foreman, Twomas FIsm," 81,0*
in face of idl that infuriated crowd, Lois sought To the reading of this paper Ralph Luoymade
in helown mind for some soixtee of comfort for tio reply save this, even more gloomily than be
the old woman, who shook .like one in, the fore:
shakingtpalsy at thp dread of death-and such "All their repentance will avail nothing famy
* th Loishorwillitbringbackherlife."
W an all was quiet through the prison, in this Then Capidin Holdernesse spoke orice more
deepdeadmidnightthe.Iaileroutsidethedoor anassidthat.ongle dayofthe generalfast
heard Loia telling, as if t& a young -child the appointed to be held all through New England
marvellous and sorrowfulatory of one who die4 when the meeting-houses were crowded, an old
on abe cabas for us and for our sakes. Aq long oldman, with white hair, had stood up in the
as,.bp spake the Indian woman's terror seemed mictin which he- was scoustomed t worship
luth-4. but the mstant .ahe paissed for wearmess aud bad handed up into the pulpit written
Nattee cried out afresh, as if some U.1 beast enate-salon, whichhehadence or twiceessayed
were following her through the dense thre.ace in so re d for liinisillf, acknowledging his great and

grievous error in- the matter of the witches ofLet them change their conduct, remembering
Sale, ad payig fr te forgiveness of Gbd Jhow much their mothei has done for them; or
and f hs pople eningwith sai entrency that Cherher'r.'.i v, may be reality and their bitter
f al teripreentwouD jon with hinil ln Irayer r EpeGLntaCe <*om-a3 m lat19e, as their kinld, genltle
a esrado o .bhir d.T Llj vb su.lhr mayi~ bel;n Heave.
bis amiy o hisel. Bti~ oldl man, whto wans .---..
l~~~~~!~ .&l te imethr ..lesin was real: and irl a
.te ed y asi, "he~oodand graciousGtod be
plesedto aveNewEngland,~ and me and my
famlyAndthe itcame out that for yeafa Sageru~ ~Wn N ox McClsartr, ofthelt21h a. Itegy eldest
patJdeSeivall had het apart a daBY fqr hu- sonL fM ~OcBnE A Juaslrillis obor mnH notone 8
mliaio ard payr, o kepfreh f hs mnd a willing g hituon theditar of his coun 8- and 9P th
sns o epntnc adsorrow fr the part he f/ ~d80'"SeBt t e dar Run the s ~iiee was per-
t hd brneinthee tlitiand that this solemn He l'to iuder his r latv the gallanth hnt. Mhiln
anniersrylowapleigedokepasongshedestined to sicktenand dle farm seet ones sit house
lie<;, tosho hisfeeingo deep bitmiliation, among yarginia show elad Thisa hlfllie'ea -ist
sp uysvoicetrembled as he spoke: "All r nrcsI~ hw da Dnit2 wa me unti he w a
thi wil ot rih m Los t lfe gai, r gY9to~hm aa d by the grace of God l intend tomeet hm\ L
mebak hehpeofmyyuth." n~n." mtees e e enamp Iro kf spthhr or @ n
But a Cata Hldeneseshook his head to~ frs him, for the army and for the condtrgB ewas

Wat s he ay knw outht tisjusic evryng geme run,, a, the e,, d none i~
b a ivdnll Ihruel nat afford, wndaiet in f isl nrdea

out nd n mor ha inhs relizembrac.Se e cyeBx~oe a was anowedn r~ertahis woiexdrb i
e would haire illed it 80. f~T preIautionfor fa t u tes ahnd valome ee rcivd
-~ to m as bree iee e.gge kw thapd e f r
an arcinonater brother andagd'evotd sone ronvy a fainrt

"Tben ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~b 12 haa Ba ilI eea afri ,a t en tr~~at lefft ain r e us nC 1
"Ohrle, il yos;i bh mm/ar drin of Bisi nua flown d

ie~ldd aren inftrers noong is July, ~t drum- depu on t Coiu rl vr fe~ela na
"Aami ch epnan't Iue etht ie bring ig ? e drawled th sueees. Io 1832 heea became a me er ofn th~e h.E
out in a whinin toosone. un dAdt an rlh dbttehan if ul membe re
"No mor ear Betiesb sy beobligihg, hrle, ledethe sk rndwa aloe foret h wrnwe ti aun l f
sa iO~bb i nt ov; ispoitonWa an hie toie wa porap the aos 1 yhaIc owra io
comorabe.Hewa slfsh ad ovd sown "}urch tin m or rs tfuop dd vlo on3this iove a hott

stillCharle didnot mve, wen hi sistr, tw Lord. Dea th to tnss be wasa con ered eemre His stng

Mrs.tant ndrnk~a dhha din the y o n dah1 tect ns.o \ .n bndan fldre n
h M h ene ti n t n ehe an nd v t sn o v fa in

hiC'harlief wa now decidedlyeangryd;s angr hi oet~ra nmels h
with ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ he his sister fort bei moret oiin.A a d csword deivee honier las counels

Charlieueche that 'Carie bringm sme water andl ni au lq i ed In van i
h 1m t eboookn to resiC' ddo wish f el I kmkg on at r t
lieheesai m kte orshotmable, ha b r ghorlts a f8W rd emnnt h r inso thMus
runig~rondthe h sEhaitnp on ~ mt her,.,, al h notdthop ttte wa yon~ he t~n
o an cu sedo no un oe B am th i be, n e pre a a rehto l
me ros nddiobigng Neliisgodthug, e cstl-fie a n wAM D ot lie iv.A. Thid rEluis

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