Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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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: November 6, 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: VID00014
Source Institution: University of Florida
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II'C'eIes f*'rmi' h iheawventy world had jnst teen wide difli'reneC
s.51i to 44i ke ,y enat tl9 glory. By an eye of i t lie may hope to uudo"
Ssaww l, mOd o'f n agnos, and I believe they were ... :. ., ;1.
,ent to ,tarry:the news to heaven, that-lhe dead .. ,
w w s aliv 7 l i l the lo-i wl ..t I '- *, ., ** ,. r. *- , ,. ,.
't "'! r t o m y x, l ui v in g m i :, I , .* * . i I i . .
| (.i-* i spw. 'r n in+ im il n . ,,.- ,,. ,,. ,' i, . ,i ,
*4f t,.w ~ 2, ua,]dem, end '. i I s .. .. i
I'ti nof d 'ribe a1ll felt W hat- f ,'an ue t ... r .. ,
for + .11 I. . of that world I 4 ,

.... .. i.. i.., Ir ,,1 t. 4 ... | I w ith tha t, i -. .i 1
1;'God still stands ready there is a law authorinzig thec', r.. ih-l i ,
:, .'- I .." ..i-.! I r for four years, 1 am coni ,,l I '- -;I 1
' . , ., [.. .t ..... But the absence of **
I.,, ,. 4.,,. L I, r. I 'hat. law is what creates- tle'difficulty in my
, - ru I Brother Montgomery's i* .. i.ui-r.t.-
.i .. , r . i. |I -,. t t satisfac tory to m e. ]l e .. 1 .. .- 4 .1
. .. , i. I .l . G eneralCo felrence implies ti. r .
. . , of Delegates already electe .-.. i i.
;i ... ', lls! d 4es iinot folh iv s i 1A :nm atter r 'of course

'i'!iy ,' ,, ; -- [ '." ? ", . .. 'For, the ciiy .. i . . .. e4sly. As Brother Mi, is p.iirtil to an-dlo-
O .ttn. t .:- . lI, n. n44 14 of 4I,,. u4n, li i''ther of i0 . . . ,. . ..._ suppose 1 institute a comparisonl
M ,.' "w '- ; . t r'. ir.1am s i:nc ill it; ('r filo ;lfery tfhiell ,ll d . f, I ,' Since m1y boyhood, the Sat.e of.
S": 1 J. C. T a.'.s t. . beit'rend 'r ; .- had several Conventions a0U-Ide
i . .. .. ". ' ;' \, il. -I mend our tConi-tilutibn, aud in
..I ...,.i y pihache ? l I .... . i. . i hi Call, th i u 1. 1
ris '.1 34 444i fl;-6:t ',r- ( 4i.inn 4n4.'.e thei2n4 r f e t f haj;It'. ffnitily always provided for a special .'
O4.4r .: ar 4, ; .' QU!'!'!'oNS .'O. T1.IE T! -No. V. approaching this pif ; t4 t,, if he refuses to gates. It neveraseemed to enter their heads
"11 ;'i f 4,4 th ,4 (j.r fi Yw Id now, he is in 1'.' 'f of being 4r<'ver aban0 that the D olegates elected to a, former-Conven-
V '.. '. tb ],tly ; .ii ..Ii h i .wilt e power tion would answer the c-It of its successor. Now.
.-!l t .' .. .. Ih' '". tr o i pr in 1if!i f, e i 'f 've ''y a;' f' illy 7,; ,t ; o n. "". t l '. o 'e tear of' I do not look on called .session of the GOeneral
4. -r 4't '4,f' f, ds, Ie fn ha i, 5 f f' 1. T 1, e s not 1 r o- m io'. The r'o ion "de t lb 'r<, i,' -. 14 6i ; :n ,, giv"en o 04 4 at, '' utf ,ofnt is .-"Ca' l upon i",1 thie hole y Sip' r n, .a i.i hoes tle appeal becomes to ,.- It i. .. .. ,
Tlc '' 44o.!,un. while be is near." .jnlfortunwtely, however, tH'e vielly 'lMr ',"r. comptl toly .ind"oendent of i' I......
of ,, toopro' e to eoitinu in his et it ring in tioe sinner's ears tl;ht it is i fi regular General Conference ..i' I .1 .1
w, -- and soon ; ". 1 d-i 1tno> yield 0t hi cor;- Discipline "is silent on-tl., ... .i t '* I .,,.:-
.Tb e.'teen hhn d oT -* .1 Ii , aini duty. Det biim bemade to the called meeting,'I ip . r I r .- r,
S '.. "' .*. 1 "t i the histftrumont which i the Aninusi l Conteroences to provide them in
n. ,' 4 1 l.- ... 1 ,t,4 us I l; i 'es':iS men's lheirts, 'the safst wayy.
A rd'tl 4j1r J ,4 I rt, 4 l're-tnfhe a relo .b t .. n the truth is tified with, lsi'sted, -I t, Ilis refaioning from -analogy, Brother M.1
ls i4ih 4hi. f;me sii,' ',how. .or i>h1a I 4 hdn's lsi'o wiIlhdraiwn'hiniself.f'ron tthe aea 4 que.fnp'ned, p1o4uianeutly ijoeted,'that, th,i.thlie corns to the conclusion, that because the "'Con-
-l t ,r ,., o ha4s ;'one w,y from ilho sinn'r. l':1k oi'tlbe >: irit upion the soul ceases. Let stitution of3fississippi says theLegislataure of the
."1,4, vl;'-ib Thi i>osti.oi is iilusitr:ted 1by ref erence to our in ficel thai, the i'ci.cto'' Iis "iholiling the truth Slate shill meet biennially, anid that Represen-l
Is thcr 44 li o 't ro do. vews of the Gospel ui article No. 3, of t.he pros in unristeouLnes, will be not only to bring natives shall lbe elected biennially .,, I 'n,.. 4
But thoin *' 1 us before we seek Himt. upon him fpirntu'i ig'or'nce from 1 nich it-v i i..' ... "-that "so it i in ,.. ....r. l,
Or >ui't '.'. I ,, i . ;psses and in slins*' T11e b' excednjgly diileou!l lobr .1im to recover- v r, I ,,r rI -.r 11 forgets tfhatthoe State of MSls s-
I ,,- i .,' . upon tus; excifi's us to. klso that everlasting abandontment by the Holy sippi, has not only precedent, and usage with all
S' Bcon. iri.4 i ,, , This tpit, Spiit may ens.e,. ." And tor this cause-God the attributes of common awv t6 sustain it, but
S"' .. ,,' ,' ,.. to guide and still sb4d them strong delusions, that they posi-tiv' Opnstitutionatl law i r1 "... and
A s'r. ,' , 1.,,i i.. i. .. I II i ,it .. should believea lia; that they .'1 t 1 .. requiring these biennial find quadrenni:1 terms,
4* ElT o'Ir the 't,,r "ian' darkfne's-, .. '. "' *' I .* ,**' I damned wvho believed not the All, t.,r 4. I whereas it isw m-"so in our Church ;" for wee
it rophelic r'4lY. , -' h*, I : pleasure in unrighteousness." have neither precedent' susge, or' law autlori-'
S ,eye, 'h ,. i .1 r, 1 f. After tho truth has been ivilfualy and finally ing our Delegates to hold their offices for four
'a, 1n t l ' i ,, ', ,,, I .. ... '. ,I jct rejected and God has "given ovei"' tihefftinder, years. Our Representatives 'and Senators in
,nott ,-l 4- t le 0 f y:not t y 'rev hee may be ]' romn dfol'a.-tin sent hi l'roueg dlusion tlitt h :.. lie ..' hhold their, offices for a term of years,
r ,fi0 t 'i ro'm God ;' but thAt4G4od- may no4t go away from hbeliy a liie lht he might 1i daiit nid, tdin od, t fr it.... ternmi are I r i ,r 1,. ited by tthe
i. 4). 4er4.44 b 3oyant, + him.'. - sniet that4 h salvationn is impossible. flundItmental law ol 1. 01 .' i,, but-in our
.... 4 God -sfitlo3[oMses--"This people -, .- ill ow can the fposiate be saved after he has Church we have no law on'the subject, and sI.a
fors ke-enme aud .,': .i, ........... .,i ., c i.r ,. reached that point at, which "if is impossible to unwilling to act, either above or without, law.
An1 ii4s ,iat o. v,>' llic, lifiad with their :, *4 .... . ,.. I,. i ,,. renew him again to'repentance." Let Brother M. first give us the law and .then we
1'org"eU 4i. !! their Pio f, dld against t.h.n ina that day, and Iwill fossake rt 1 pr,'ii , in r4,4o l,1a5 4ir1" "is clean are together.
-No 4 e.r I. ," i ,1 4 1he 1nm, and I will 4hide my face friomn-them. ,...r. i,,: 1 .- i, ,.,, ,1 ..1i .'. L h- :,'. lMy private correspondent says, "I 'think it
,' Ig As they went away from Hiim. le ould .1 ,-, u ,1 . .. .. . rl.. .. -,,,1 plain tant all regularly constituted i,. v nt g
Oh, tha;t bhis ,. draw TTimselffronithem. Again it is said .. 11..- .1 a; the sending or superintending permanent existing
will fdisai4e the remnant of .ne :' .;i .. sinner goes away from God; and God ..[t ii .. .... must hold their poAitionr in the
A ... t" , ; ,h"- . "I-f ye forAake him, lie will forsa! limsel' from tie sinner. .. i . special statute, until displaced by
,, i 'T e 1),-n!iitt inquires: "'Why hliash thou forl l regularly- appointed successors." This, I as son
A saken lme?" . erel believe as he does, o,/ght to be the case in
Tor.> ;,. Id ha i ,; ard hri, [i, ,i by G d of ,e n in is : Fr thesillri hrt].n Ad- ,h. '4 ' regard to our General Conference ; bathitherto-'
Ts weary nighlt of tyari. to t.l4m w.i h> if 1 depart iore; the, ." "And.,1'4au1:' Tii E ( tA L4r. 44 4: 4 La>l iNF;ifNC so4 .it. .. I 449 i4 n04 ,
s t 1 :,swerd, 1 sa o dilresi.d; lor the Phiis-1 -a e ly riraili of August 4!, to e ,dent, usaa e orlawi in . ....
A4t .' Jlou, 'ines iAke war gaint Ie, and tod is do(prteuj propriety of' T ia.1 i 'i 4r 0' u ,on 0 from me." " TGn4ral4 Conf'rel4cee, l have received a private My esteemed correspion'i.nt11ur1'thier sys, t, that
So win -T 4 t-tiihs, "Tile Spirit ofthe Lor-li- departed, from lStuit' 1rum '4 D;nleg1ate elected to our intended specialal elections ri never holi to fill vacancies
\Vui: 1: i draw nigh- anfd an evil spirit, from !h Lord troubled hin." |.;-neial Colnferene of April list., in which h, in our State and National iAgislatures, unless
4' -rt.t ,Ii 8s ni, Of Sa.unson it is said i.la4. "h' e wfit not that, the i r'se. s'vra'l o1lj,1ctio0is to my suo gestion and vacancies in the i ,
1P2ri4 i, t],,' heIu. 14urcry; :4 t Lord wifls- ar t(edl f nrom him." o' ]. tho r.Morntgoine.ry,4 i 44 ti.Ad'uc of th4 16t40 cu:ired bly death, 0 ... ,' ,i, I .. .
A l fro1 m l i'', ,conl ]aT, 4 *The Psalmtnst, sys : 1llie nol, thy fitae fo' iisth. srens tI think tlh the h:as <.ve0 thrown my This is alltrue, but iti. ... ,,.'
l. . from ine; put not tly servant w in .1 .. , y. 1 have never had a public National Legislatgo . i. ... i 1,,,. J ,
A .. t be n my he'4. 1. n o ,., not., I i. , ir i ;' . T ',.4i nd tol ave, express law, wIheres .. N. r .i..... u *.
T i" ,; ,, .;>t.trai e .' r. I m e O G od f' ,' ,. r fa rt4h er .h an i 1 coilvictio n s th is d ,te, to h ave i.... i ,1 '. ... I i,..i , .
Says, I. reniiah, it is said : "., Lord, . with C, hristi. m 4 n1 mi4 islerial orpriety. I will ;ormof ourDelegat .-t. .. ..I .. I.1. 1. 1,
Tl., ,i ..r 'leve ui 1not." r : now t'give y opinion '.1 ghen' ter at issue oro U im l. .... ., ., ,,.
i'fw co,'-dito d on.4. of praise For a time God dwelt with, the Israelites "'4d ) i 1 and will, tte,- briefly notice the mnent of the Gene ral Conference. '
'....., Ga. -. mifeAted 1imsef gloriously to tiheni. Afer- . whicli havbeen urged/againtst it. Ain : my correspondent infers from tihe
........______...4" wrds;ieonsequence. of their' Sle, He becain it i,uld be a shd nisfiortune, to have an tilee- ft "*that the General Coinfixeince appoints its
S. stranger r and1 a sjoue itlia , a. id. gaIly constilutedi General Conference.. W,ehold officers andagent b. ..- u.... i a'rs. ,
.,o tatrry lout for a'ight .' Finally, hl donpted v.tV alroulit of 'iropery in our Church 'dlti. thatchGeGneral .1 . i n
from tlihem;, and uttered- the. I ,1 .' ', na a,;, e.C neteris, -seminatries of existence equal-to 1. .. ,,.
S. iz.ui.ui l, t," '' '. IltoeD.aniel "Behold your'house is left 'unt .. .4 it,.,.ni publishing interests, etc., andexpect to or it is placed in .- i,, .. ... .,, .... an
.e, o'Cnerland co., V.' I i sii t h*otld gve them up." "God1ive continue an innae t heo i o ivnorhi x of such existence on others, which is wanting if itself"
162, in the 8,3 year oflher ''' .. em r." ..Ie took away 4y is r i, .' i in cmini' time. The Genera l ,, ; i i fifty-thl.e.year. armember, 4 L tiui'ch 'fror 'thlem, and left ihent to their own Malhd. Co.rfrnc en'r tI the laB1 s under which we I ,II. r .I. I ., ints should be accountable
anil a 'very con . n' I s ai d ia neS. 'They ve're cot.l a i e.dltiI. lef 1 aslly t ant hold suh property..1, NOV to, and make the rit.i. 1.-I -.. ',.,i ,'i. t. 4.-
lhining light .... ii 4 t -w4liy- Beca no they .iad gone away froYi .the s uppse 4a suit should' be in-stituted for the succeeding (.. : -.... A-" ..: il* .,' em br fs . ' . 4 t -e 'Y a 4 I I ta gh, iretrdc,i sion oua i< ,I 4 any part of/tlis which gave them U h. ,. .I.l..,,-
of t '14inle.l4ys 0 o0 lho S ,,_ i-9-.'-ri- I_- i t'. le fie re '..... i. . i l tro'e 4 t e sti Once more : hI n I, 1,- i t ', 4.
it 'r I od, hadl een made . ... I ere. it is id- I. I will never leaig ee, nor ctii' t .C. tl i titth _e n6c t i constituted body has lxed ties . ... .
,oul. ter e4ligiou p ' I 4 .' e. l;.ee,"0', fit ulness on.. 'h 's rty and adjourns sine die, does not ....
scriptual--the, '. e . inm liij and the -re'sti i 'enred. w4 , ' .....* * occur, and it, nuly
a4 t.i~hing her co4 nveirtn W.'-re e i-vor forgotten. tth4t,-it' w'e 'are.'noto faithlid, v ' , ..I ... ', ,i I,,. rue of.a:1 "constitu-
he lnove' to tel hi, 'exY! .rien. rf .) I lory btil M t.ty other Scriptur'eooflike tll ' tilte, ifit' did ]. I I I .. ** 1 4
G ', Ito, . io' .t 4 .ircLo-, loi *io o1, .r '',, .' 1.'lquoted il h I pro. itu ed.; but d t for' : 1" 4 4 iiop1rty 1 l is positive law ; l-u .. . i di
a4f'l his. -''. ,', er 'o ,: it 4 1. w olv e b i ar. lf ll- 0re ff44 l 4ot( convinr ie h reader ' in r : 'e' .. . i ,le'.i i ngi their tc.,. I I 0
i.l h (t"h : 1'h f '; on- i.f:' d'a ] ll d devotion "to the iruth 0.' oul r po0i(ion, nIo '.add.itiot :d ,'tco:' ,> , tr' , d ; .1 y, reeovr 4it ii a and us.ago lim.i 1 ..... 1
Go ', 4' fret> y ..i : f.i W hen, fon;u the Io w. ail ofv a : f :v !. o; urt if Iy, 1 wl. l 0 to guard their adjdurnin..I i,.,,,, .
1i4.1h4 it,4 44 1 :.... a;,, u n:,; 'r k4 ew 4i'4 ''n 4 'hrIi-i.4 ItOe, 4 4 4nc oa i 4' in li herirIi, t'4 14'e'lws bar,' it in 14401 our intended General .Cotifereri c ie"
i ,144 4 ", i 'e4;s peigi .k'lyr,,,>e;, n 1 the isi t; ,1 Oo'i ; s Idfi.; 444 sf "f'4r- ,. 'ri, . ,r, I d by lega au rtor y -I
of 1 .Ion.t 'r c e6 ff 0' h .p e 4 0ce r ,ii oner. ff '" a .- *'4 0 4 a,'r 14 4a n l',| I . . -wordof this c orrespon-
r.f.y a t '.' i ier expS erience bello otr fiv t .54 ne'ss to he 44 4-1, 4 41,>: oled i their o1ic dence ; but a Bishop himself being a creatures of(
hbyt 4 :'anc 4 i .i.4,,a :m'.s ''cpt, r wrtelnu y Kintg wak i, and e, ,tre.l'4a t1ou14 4 d t44 i ... ... , bancdof such a )aw ie Onera' onfer ce, has no legal ' Ili
r,,, n in, ": ,er. .r. .io o .'od" ., thle oi '.re. ery ;. a;.,.,.epte ; and if h,.,- .. t., ,,,td :, I i, 4r4L, tlhe sb to su-pend or set that aside ,which gave. i,... ,b.
iri: ; o: : . ors and entreaties are spurned, thero is to 1' otic0 o' il Cu.,ch. If wo ,i '. .' Perhaps. we ought to have a lwV
".e ,2 I" s' t-' hleitainly -no good season '.r btlievin'g tat matter pas *i ....the Board 1. i.:i in" cse
nd ; of 'Goiduring which tenLer of grae :will be indcenitely continuedi. nfe'-enco .or'eto- t .' .. ..'* o f the Gein-
it' -, i coit l if ohe oler of salvatIon is, withdrawn alte'rv !, ,i io l'etupion 1 inioldling our .1 i 1, L pla issiople and eA.-y to
r.4 (': ', 4 .. l,.i.t 'o i i y multed, thjer i;:,nothiing suc h- hl l ,..o tsu es -the ', i 'c' P tbe ., hit, cI, to bave
i; a;:-, :; th.- O'- ev- .l d rc.g tory to the uoU Iess am. in'.i-rcy e, 44 i 4"-' on t4i4L'4 su'fill I I const'lu' I I ,i u i shadow of a"
nil .: i :::, i-a-" .a 4'i. a 'd e y of such a law is befbro doubt, and when it meets lob it ad . ........
1,rL. n e' '' if' "'p 4 to "G4' i', 11 h h lis vtondrous love i4 forever displaye, f in th us .a e e v -', it into in the rIl gl t place, auhorizing our L ,.... .
L's"ig '' l:. oi,;.: ; eretly a'idJ sor provision fmade a iiui.e cost for this rebllion .' :re my views , natter a, -hold their oflices for-four year. -
long. ir, p ;sw',i th, .o-.'o rend he -#i;! ofI man, and in Ohe long su fring which waited ior"I 1, n];w st1ads 21,.r assti!ion an - '-. 1 intend to b' courteous and ii --. A.,i .: ,.U
ignore T-..' to u4t the '1;4s of uhbelicf, :4nd to In-my years uIpo4-1 .the obdudoto' t"ras-ri-asor' h'r-i, o r 4ecr .,tia"> .' civil who./may differ.from tme on 'i,., i I ..|.
r, hine ior44 i'4 o ly "at f' by t e- ,it it, was, x edin a ni ,, i ,, 'I, in, M ere saili, ..
thi.' o, 117': t:tou1suess. i , . -wiihdraival of the 0ioly Spirit' froU d e l:. i: o' p vr to. ,'.4zoru "ofre 1 not arguments with
Setred v t'.; pully of my soi ari'yo"inpen'itenthLeart is not in eliitct t!jo tik : .4. .e i i peision"s m - -, eG. Jol's..
1 oily, a d,1 call edon ite !ord from the great of one -ctl'on o he machinery of v the0 4 o1p4 I l' 1 5,'ran,./ore .At Pirs, 1ti, Hfis., Oct. 21, '
deep of 4,my soul. -"Ad in the' biternses of my 4 Yo old out to m a-pritn!cy reoseont. I r .... t "1 1 "1 l.J-s
soul, I cri-'d 1 rc'.L rd, .i' die; VII1 die; and t fuse to eo'ut [th1e pro1li1red toon, and you w> i [ -,'i 4 s,. -i ]i ," h.i Con'erences, when iny
o sooner did i con0 ent to "3e'011 tl'nithe Lord'. da ht hha d wi".1 4", eld 4.>o gilf. 4, o .' .oa iI, legis! ive, For t, o s tliern'clr ian A-dvocte. '
owni way th.m a repr4,ernt.4Aion of Christ on'the I is not disabled i r stricken ofl--.Lh, i gil I ,. ., r, min.dled ll "U CAPiRiEST T1 Fler ,[ 0 .WAY AiS AWITH s
cross sOupendd liia 'the aie 40 s as evidently set I:aL.d your noiiclicence has been displayou. :, i h'-t v o our "" A '' .
lorh before nmy being ,m ini, as if isa'w bhim i al though God oftr's salvation to. he t oso t s.ner. ; .ccl'siast pioiy .;n' Cthurch juriisprudence. Bro. .2 :--ermit an old friend *to record .
expir:ng on t.e l 1oody he'l oftCa.vary or me. .itn'd:hoigil4t lttptitr is reIect;ed .. ; "'' our- ci;il polity and juriSpriiud co that few' cts -illustrating the truth of the above
S an .hi.. .,ow i ;, and f'lt bhi gus.hia the protfr, o rj.,ac is lially reject ,.. :. .. itc r planV l... 's to do'our euork i. our named hlanguigIe of the Psalmist. I will only,
oodi apple uto 1ptehlling ofpliy poor Ei sick remains in all His glory, the gospel in ll its on r.y, w4ich we couldv r$ well do without writ4 now-ofmy kidred
o.'.. c. o' my bondds were- broken, my bur- mtcaey, .... l .. ... 1-unchanged. fjthereCon1or4t'mi to, or conflicting witii the "My brother, Henry Parks, wa:s 67 years old roli ed oft' myi. guilty fears were removed, But it is admitted by those who believo,thlitl civil lwias and u sges of the country. 'lhis I last September. He was bor in i Elbert o.,,
':y ,:-rknnes wits turned to light, niy soul, at (od does not go away from the sinner tliat tilhe ,.lieve is yet the safest course. If will now Ga., but raised in Farnklin co. At about thir-
th:4 m4n.4o 0.>. 4 4 '-ndw.0 er by l',ith to lay hold sinner, 4ny so fao r dep rt e r4u ld t that LiS 410 I r lly1iitietarguients i1t ihavo been Imbraced religion, and
on i ,. .i 1 iflta calm sik into mD .. ..... .... I .. .. ,'ble. Is t4her1 urged, w icouci4'app4arent cofiIencc, agixihst, . . ... ... M. E. Church, and so
.4, .!i l ,,.'.I ma.hrist Jsu, 4lfr the ,, .' A ,' '. C. ithat, view and c y position. Brotiler Mo ngomeiry is very con tinued until dePthc trailsiated him to thie
,i-; .. .. ti ,>y -.o id seemed to be poured ie psitin" taken, and, aswe -o iuk, established co uien,, th"i.-leaIltcs a are members foi Chuich abovove. ,Ie wa for many yeats glass.
all T.'oiud.i,'! .i 4 tti41 4My soul. It sceflied that in thisth articeo W. apiprehl4lud that thebe ist a 1 oa3 y4u>, ly riuo o" tic:ir election." Well, leader aoandta streoJd.


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. *' .*, '

IT; .. a chequered life.' 'Hids energy and
r- i.,r .1 skill 'gave him quite a competency
..:' .,11, (. i. .. i. _l-: ,s'andered from place
I* 4. f i, ',i r. i. r i. 1for thim, heembark-
ed too largely in the gold mining business.
That step "broke'him," so that for the last years
of his life he wag what the world calls a poor
...... ip lst resting p.l." on earth was n-
., xtreme frontierst of Texas. Anil Parks, tio
wife of my brother, was born in N. C., but
raised in Georgia. She wis nearly his equal in
n1',. 8 te, too, in early life became a member
of the M. E. Church, and so continued to the
enl oflife. .
J ',t fa tr oif land they had 1,a grand son, W.
A P.irk *i.i i boy ten years old, living with
4,.,,, 2 i.--- three, death came and "car-
ried them away as with a flood," in an hour.
My-lnephew, the son of ltenry Parks, gives
me the following horrible story. "The Indians
come to father's house the 2d day of last April,
,. I I ur'nd his house and' toak nl his stock-
S. i latlher, mother; and little Williamn." All
%i-. I ...-i- i: "Father's spectacles
Si i ,.' rds from the house, where
ii,. scrapes as though lie had had .
...i .1 .i the indians, and his gun was there
broken ; and he was lyingnear the house with'
one arm and his head burned off, Mother was
fifty yards from the house with four arrows shot
.in her. The little boy was one hundred yards
off, stabbed with a knife."
I trust they're all in heaven beyond hliarm's
Wi min. Butler, the son of my niece, Nancy
I' ii r, of Jackson co., wenti out. some months-l
ago, young and bucynt into the Western 11prmy.
1,,oi he took typhoid fever and died il a tent
* r. '' ; u I s.. ,,, t ii and another
: .1 I .. ,r *..11'. i L' .,I I,, ['" ,linrso h im for
a few d(ays before his deatht' then to close i his
eyes and coffln him aiKl bring hint to thed thmit
burying ground for interment. It is hoped thai.
let gave his heart to God whilst giving his lifo
for his.courntry.
George Cruinley Crutchfield, a lad of nearly
eighteen years of age, left Green co., the placo
of-his nativity, a fewi mouths ago for the army
of' the Potomuac in Virginia. 1io had been it
cainup but a short time, before" typhoid fever
seized him, of whieh in a few days he died. fihe
young man .who attended him as nurse writes
confidently a- .. religious state. Ie
was a meek, i- ....1 boy and won all the
aifoctionos of his messmates during his short
service. We trust he died in peace.
All thee, my brother, were my kindred-not
to mention others. To-day, I have a son-my
voungest--pieag in the hospital at Lynchburg, "
\:., sorely wounded in. the bitttle of Sharrps-
.ily, these 4a4re evil days Yet, than
.ie in 4t4p4)e Lthat 'at. evening time it
blfLl blu light." ,My (God speedily inlterpose
and pj.t a stop to this wicked war.
O fudt, Gt., Oct. 23h. 1802.1';

Wost" s0ftltlel'i 0 lhristiai 4Advocate.
Autuiin, swotot, lutunll l now is si 10l1,
t n tot. like Spriug al .. I
i. i.i 'ii I i .. . i
I\ . I . happyy voice,
J' i ar rejoice;
S .... i 'unniy hours, w.tt44h ,it' '4 I fruiLt nil d flowers,
V54Ah charti so L a s ,rich aund rare,
Th.t sh., of ,ll d2 thl 44-ni nlost lin"r.
Atlteiher l'rcli iil lded lIrore,,
But fact of ,i i .1..,
_, I. I I i love,
Si , i above-
1Bids us seek there a happier home,
4VIhorb' bligi tld death no more shall
'. 1 the fall aind ruin of nations and the
... i .. r, works of man, how surely stand the
i the great God of Nature-" Firim, unre-
,,,,. uatchless, ins their course.'4 Each
-, in its proper order comes, "minutely -
... ',' And now as the fair.form of sunnllaer
ocedesi front thie earth, the mild, sweet face of
4Ntlu4[.in i4s grin l're.iented to our view. -H110
'r, I yellowsunb.atis fall on the quiet earth
-- :. i, 0 so irene are sOe.-,. .r i' I :... uiioi' i "

,..., l .. ,d pilgrims, calmly ,and '
S. .. ,i ~waiting his sutmons'to the spirit
laiiind .
The uinustirious. husbandman how reaps the
reward of his la..osS, 'and gathras in his future
stores. Wherever we turn there is something to
,'mind us thatirv wntwr is near. Tlhe forests, so
i i. jothod in smiling green', and enlivened
wifh the gr i,, i L,,I I songsters, are
I '- .- I. 1 .. h,. *,,-I l eauty; and no
music.lends its enchanting influence, savo that
of the gentle wind a5 it sighs mournfully, yet
sweetly, through the fading tiees.'
31any ai nd'varsied .,, ,}. I '... I 'i,,- i.,1' ,.-,
but dec'ey is stamp..I .. u .Ir i.- .i ,a I
h [i .. .li -.. .' there light up the
S ,' ** ....*L. h I fa,, rewell tints on A
: :. .1 ,. i. but a transient glow.
I,,.. 1.. il... .: i.eauteous tokens of our
'. ,, ,,.. I I and whose sweet faces
1 ., 4 ..... ,. Itk friends, will soon be
gone-and perhaps ere the return of another
;prina, many of us may sleep beside them; for,
we too are "passing away"' The fading foims
around-us are no mio6e frail than human life.
The sentence has gone forth'--"Dust' thou art
and unto d(1st shalt thou return." 'One after
another have the friends of earlier days gone
down to the tomb-the young, the aged, the
iI. I and the good, must yiel-to "nature's
stern decree." Tru:y has the Poet said,
"'A.. i' ... .. ,n't snatch tne from the grave.','
', .. u-,.'.L Ikt. how universal isthe sway of ,
death -
It I. i L1.. ._ -. 0hN 1 7... 7
i i ..... rkiing train,
C-. 7 r;.. ,. l >.411. ,I t .. p.'oa bh,

Oh what a rich harvest has he been reaping,
since the last" autumn leaves were showered .
around as. War, crul war, ihab swept like. a


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storm cloud o'er our land, laying low hundreds have already conversed with quite a number, Bucktown and Hiwassee miss., W C Eblin;
and thousands of our race. Who shall count the who seem to give pleasant evidence of return to Murphy et., to be supplied; Ft Hembree, Jos P
tears of fathers, mothers, sisters and brothers, God, and all things seem to be rapidly developing Malburn.
r for the best. J bJo asoro' strict-W H Bates, P E ; Jonesboro'
of widows and orphans, flowing day and night, The officers, especially Gens. Jackson and st., W H Howell; Jonesboro ct., J T Smith;
for the slain-the noble slain of our country I Early, have modified military rules foy our Rheatown, G W Miles; Greeneville, J G Swisher;
None, none but the great Physician of souls can accommodation I have just learned that Gen. Taylorsville, to be supplied; Elizabethton, J
bind up thebroken hearts,and heal their wounds. A. P. Hill's division enjoysae rich a dispensation Torbitt; Fall Branch, F D Crumley; St Clair,
May the soft sound of the rutumn wind fall of God's Spirit as' Gen. Early's. Ask all the G W Penley; Newport, Jas Mahonev.
soothingly on them; may they say with the brethren and sisters to pray for us and the army F C Wexler. W C Bowman, H Maupin, H P
Psalmist, "I know, 0, Lord, that Thou in faith- at large. I would not be surprised to learn that Waugh, T F Glenn and Jos Wiggins, Chaplains
flns hs ted e" nd come orth e the condition ofthings, abovedescribed, prevails in the army.
fulness hast ailicted me," and come forth ere extensively in portions of our soldiers at present, G W.Alexander, transferred to Mississippi
long as pure gold from the furnace-and when out of our view. One thing more. We famish Conference. -
life's warfare is ended, join that happy company for the want of tracts. Do write to our Peters.
who have gone up "through.great tribulation," burg brethren forthwith, and beg them to send
and find a joyful re-union with the dear de. to me at Winchester, care of Dr. Boyd, as largo THE TENNESSEE CONFERENCE.
parted a supply as they can spare. The Chaplains are
In that blet land "where thoe acting are constantly inquiring of me on the subject, and A brief note from Rev. J. C. Putnam, informs
IAnd that bleat land "where those partingsomorer, Ican see the tracts promptly and judiciously us that this Conference did meet, though not t
And deatandthe tomban divide hearts no more distributed. They would be of vast assistance Galatin, but atCorneraville, a small town about
'hady Grove. ZILLAH. and consolation at present. sixty miles south of.Nashville. The writer says
_Have two preachings to day. Must be done, "We had a very harmonious session-a much
begging the kind remembrances of all. larger number of the members in attendance
"ffi tP. S. I have opened this letter the second larger number ofthemembers in attendance
.Lut e n is bbg o rtt time to inform you of the wide spread of holy than any one anticipated. There being no
influence. In Gen. Pickett's division, also, Bishop present, Dr. McFerrin was elected Presi-
-- there are's aid to be revivals of religion, dent, and discharged the duties of the chair
AUGUSTA, GA.. NOVEMBER 1882. The Central Presbyterian, speaking of Capt. with entire satisfaction to al concerned. Our
Kirkpatrick's letter, makes some remarks in excellent Secretary, Rev. R. A. Young, will,
which we heartily concur: doubtless, furnish you with a list of the appoint-
REVIVALS IN THE ARMY. In the conclusion of this letter, there is an ments and such other items, as will be of inter-
earnest entreaty for the prayers of God's People, est to your readers." We trust that this will be
We are more than glad to be permitted to that his blessing may descend still more sbund- done.
record the fact, that there is a good work of antly upon this company of artillery, and upon .___
grace in progress in several divisions of the theswhole army. Shall this request pass by
unnoticed ? e are hopeful ithat the letter will BIBLES AND TESTAMENTS.
Potomnac army. OneChaplain, Rev. J. WMills, erie to quicken the pravrs of any. It is a M .
reports throuAh our columns this weklr. time for all of usto feel l thee solenifetv of We receive letters frequently asking for Bibles
The Central Presiyterian has a very interesting our position. What is the meaning of this and Testaments. The Bible Society has had
letter from Capt. Kirkpatrick, a "ruling elder" awakening among our tofioers ad coldiersl50,000 Testanmente printed, but not a tenth of
"Whereunto may. not this thing grow ? Shall them bas the publiliher been able yet to get
in the Church in Lynchburg, from which we ourunbelief limit the HolyOneof Israel? The h bound. Binders publher been able yet to gt
make some extracts. A Rev. Mr. Scott, of the Hon. Horatio Seymourthe Democraticocandidate dnot be had. The Society
P. E. Church had been holding evening meet- for Governor of New York, recently said in a is doing all it is possible to do amid the difficul-
with his Company. Capt. K. says that Mr. S. great religious assembly, that the influence ties that beset us, and it will spare no pains or
bingabsent one venin which should bring peace to the country must expense in erldeavoring to supply the demand
being absent onevening- be a Christian influence. The North and S outh fo he Word f Life
"A few, including seven who were not profes. have now fought each their furiously for nearly for the Word of Life.
sora of religion, as they sat around their camp two years, both avowing that they fought to _________
fire, began to sing hymns in God's praise. I secure peace. We are apparently as far Irom it
went and joined in the singing. After a little as ever. We do not say our people ought to BAPTISM OF THE GUNBOAT AT CHARLES
while, I made a few remarks to the little com- fight less, but we do say they ought to pray TON, S. C.
pany; no formal address, but as I sat on the more. It is certain that if the true "Spirit of We are glad to see the religious press of the
ground, and in a conversational way. I said to grace and'supplication" were thoroughly poured Confederate States are united in their condemn.
them that it would be such a blessed thing if out until it should pervade all hearts, nothing
those present would agree to consecrate them- would so mightily work out a solution of our action of this act of profaneness. There can be
salves to God from that hour; I pointed them case, and bring the contending parties to the no objection to the naming of the gunboat, but
to the blood of Jesus as the only atonement for terms of a righteous peace. the words used were a mockery of Christ's own
sin, and to his righteousness as our only ground institution
of acceptance with God the Father. ,I then asked "With all solemnity and reverence and in
each man present what he purposed with refer- A VOLUNTARY TYTHING. ki th alolemnity and reverence and invo-
ence to the salvation of his soul. To my Surp king on thee the blessing of Almihty God,
ence to the salvation of hissoul. To my surprise, The following letter comes to us, enclosing noble boat, 'Palmetto 'State,' I baptize thee, in
every man presen t, except one, declared himself lete
ready then and there to give up sin, to turn $20, from some anonymous correspondent: .heonaaheofthepatrioticladiesofSoutih Carolina.
'into God with a full purpose of new obedience, "Enclosed you will find $20-the tenth of the Amen "
and resting on Jesus for salvation and grace, to wheat I have sold. I made a poor crop, but the A correspondent of the Southern Presbyiytrian,
lead a new life thenceforth. This was the happy tenth I promised, and 1 hope you will apply it writing from Charleston, says:
begUiningofa glorious work. Every night since to the cause that needs it most. These are "A public protest is all themore Toudly called
that, it has grown in the depth of its solemn troublous times-war, sickness, poor creps for, because two of the most excellent ministers
earnestness, until it has in many respects, be-
comethe most, remarkable outpouring of con- Seven of my family re dowai with fever. I feel in the city-one an Episcopalian, the other a
verting grace I ever witnessed. During a part weighed down with trouble; but God's will be Presbyterian-who are always active in every
he e weather ws very threatening done. 0, for more grace to submit." good work, are representedin thecitypapers as
f the time the weather was very threte gdone.Ohaving participated in the ceremonies of the
and unpleasant, but this did not prevent the _______ _______ occasion. It cannot be believed that tkey could
gatlin,,g of rejoicing saints and anxious in- lend themselves to such a thing, but their con-
quirers around the bright camp fire. To them TIHE HOLSTON CONFERENCE. section with it renders it absolutely ne-essry
te gospel has eefn preached most fof ly and All the intelligence we get from this Cosfer- that, while freely commending the patriotic
company have been hopefully converted, and ence is through Tennessee papers. We earn fervor that caused the temporary blindness, we I
publicly disavow and rebuke the profane dled,
are very happy in hope of a blissful and peaceful that Bishop Early presided, and that according pa offensive to all reflecting Christian .-C'aedral
immortality. Some of the hardest hearts- to tha Athens Tenn. Post its deliberations were Prestterian
long lived and desperate sinners,-have been of more than ordinaryinterest, and characterized
melted under the power of the truth; and like by a loyalty of spirit and purpose-to their high
htole children have come to Jesus. I am rejoiced calling and their country-eminently worthy an An r ro T s.-lf A. Licoln
more at the substantial gracesof faith, humilityng assembly of christian and patriotic men. The should send out an advertisement offering to
and love, than to obtain joy, or peace, or com- preamble and resolutions adopted by the Con- y engineer o pilot, Ethipian, .European, or
fort. Another good sign is the fact that every ference, bearing upon the duty and relationships any engineer oi pilot, Ethiopian, European, or
one immediately engages in the work, and of the members in the peculiar condition of American, $13,000 or thereabout for stealing
seems most anxious to do something for perish. public affairs, show that the Holston Conference, a Confederate Steamboat, and distinguished
ing souls around himi, embracing all East Tennessee, Western Carolina honor, hobnobbing with the exquisites of Phila-I
In the Christian Observer, we find a letter from and a portion of Virginia, is sound to the core, delphis, would Southern Journals publish it
Dr. Stiles, so well known in Georgia as an. and that no more loyaland patriotic organization, for the benefit of our population ? and to incite
eminent Presbyterian preacher, which is so full civil or religious, exists within the limits of the them to ventures full ofriskandmischiefpr Yet,
of interest that we give it entire, not only for Confederacy. It has been thoroughly purged of what better are some of them doing, by xepro-
the interesting facts it contains, but to encour: disaffection by lopping off the unsound branches during certain stories taken from No rthern
age Christians to pray for the salvation of our -a course tht will bring forth happy influences papers? It would become editors to bh sure
dear soldiers. a rence The following is the that in catering to a prurient desire for news
My Dear Brother:-My diminutive sheet and LIST OF APPOINTMENTS they aren't injuring our cause and stimulating
pressing cares forbid the attempt at even a others to mischief.
general sketch of the scenes of interest-social Wytheville District-John M Crismond, .P E; __
and spiritual-which it has been mine to witness Wythevile st., G Taylor; Wytheville ct., John DEATH or REV. FRAS STANLEY.-This mil lister
and take part in since I left you. My only Boring, H C Neal; Marion, Gee Stewart; New-oOng and so well known as a m ber o the
object in addressing you a note at this time isto bern, M Kerr; Pearisburg, W H Kelly; Me- so long and so well known as a member of the
apprise you and all sympathizing Christian chanicsburg, S R Wheeler; Grayson, 0 K Miller, Virginia Conference, died of apoplexy, on Sun-
brethren and sisters in Ricimond of the happy, B F Knuckles; Hillsville st., S S Grant; Hills. 'day-Oct. The Richmond Advocate says : 'The
religious condition of that part of the army of the ville ct., W H Stevens; Jefferson. B W S Bishop; announcement will pain and surprise thousands
Potmac which lies within the range of y press. Princeton, to be supplied; Flat Top miss., to be who knew and loved him. We publish bhClw
ect observation.supplied.
At his earnest request, I preached to Gen. Atingdon District-J M MoTeer, P E; Abingdon an extract from a private letter from a member
Pryor's Brigade last Sabbath. Upon one hour's at., W P Queen; Abingdon ot., R N Price; Salt- of the Church in Danville: 'Ere this reaches
notice, he marched up twelve or fifteen hundred ville, J D Smith; Jeffersonville, J G Hyden; you, you will have heard of the calamity which
men, who listened with so much interest to a Blountville, SD Gaines; Bristol t:., P -S Sutton; has befallenusin thedeathofour beloved astor,
long season that I was iot surprised to hear of Bristol ctC, F A Farley; Lobanon, J W Byrd: Frank Stanley. 'In the midst of we
such a beginning of religious interest in various Emory & Henry College, E E Wiley, Pres't; J Rev. Frank Stanley. In the midst oflfe we
regiments of the Brigade, as issued in a halfway H Davis, Professor; Martha Washington College. are in death,' was never so forcibly presented
w omis- on my part to fall in with the proposal W A Harris, Pres't; Missionary to China, W G to our community before. He arose in perfect
of the General to preach very early to his soldiers E Cunnyngham; 'Tract Agent, T K Catlett; health and unusually cheerful spirits, 'out at ten
for a succession of nights. In Gen. Lawton's Bible Agent, W W.Neal. p
Brigade there is a more decided state of religious Roger ville District-R M Hickey, P E; Rogers. o'clock "he had a stroke of paralysis, aia lived
excitement. The great body of the soldiers in ville ot c., T J Pope; Kingsport, Jas Milburn, sr; only three hours.' "
some of the regiments meet for prayer and Estellville, B G White; Jonesville, S A Miller
exhortation every night, exhibit the, deepest Tazewell, John Forrester; Powell's Valley, to LOUISIANA, PREAcHEas-The friends sof the
solemnity, and present themselves numerously be supplied; Rutledge, L C Delashmidt; Mor- New Orleans preachers will be atld to know
,r me prayers of theChaplains and theChurch. ristown, W C Graves; Mossy Creek, L K Haynes, what has become of them. A letter froa Rev.
Quite a pleasant number express hope in Christ. Thorn Hill. J T Freeman ; Sneedville, J Smith P. L. Henderson, of La., at that Rev.
In all other portions of Gen. Early's division, Rye Cove, W B Lyda. P. L. Henderson, of La., stats that Rev.
(formerly Gen. Ewell's,) a similar religious sen. noxailleDistrict-J S Kennedy, P E; Knox- Linus Parker is in charge at Shreveport, La., in
sibility prevails. ville t., David Sullins ; East Knoxville at.. A J the absence of the pastor, Bro. Hawkins now in
In Gen. Trimble's, and the immediately Greer; Knoxvillet., J B Little; Little River, Rayv. Col. Gillespie's Regt., now in Ark)ansas.
neighboring brigades, there is a progress at this Thps H Russel; Sevierville, G M.Massey; Dan- Dr. Keener is reported to be at Opdousas.
hour, of one of the most glorious revivals I ever dridge. W Kinsland, J A Neese, ,J N S Huffaker p o a Optousas.
witnessed. Some days ago, young Chaplain sup ; Union, J A Hyden; Jackson, A J Frazier Several of the Louisiana preachers are Chaplains
of tCe Biptist Church-as a representative of Clinton, J R Payne. in the army.
three others of the same denomination-took a Athens Districe-Jas-Atkins, P E; "Athens t. -
long ride to solicit my co-operation, stating that J F Woodfin; Athens ct., C Long; Madisonville THE CONFERENscs.-The preachers wb o expect
a promising seriousness had sprung up within J H Brunner; Decatur, L WCrouch; Maryville, to attend the different Conferences >ivill find
their diocese. I have now been with him three J K Stringfield; Louisville, J W Mann ; King- some notices in our columns in whiclE the are
days and nights, preaching and boring con- ston, to be supplied ; Sweetwater, to be supplied ome nterested.ey
stantly with the soldiers when not on drill. Tellico miss., D R Reagan; Athens Female interested.
The audiences and the interest have grown to College, E Rowley, Pres't. "
. glorious dimensions. It would rejoice ycu over Ashevtil Districit-F M Fanning, PE; Asheville WANTED.--The numbers of the aSouthernr
deeply' to glance -for ne instant on or pight t., J D Wagg ; Asheville ct., E W Moore; Ashe- Christian Advocate for December 5th a nud 12th,
meeting in the w.ld woods, under a fall moon, ville Colored Mission, J Reynolds; H C F Col- 1861. Please direct them to Rev. J. Blakely
aided by the light of our side stands. You lege, A W Cummings, Pres't; Hendersonville Smith, Sec'y Georgia Conference, Nevw tan, Ga.
would bel o d a mass of men seated on the earth st., ASStewart; Hendersonville t., L M Renfro, an,
all around you, (I was going to say for thespace A S English, sup; Catawba, J R Ballew; Burns-
of half an acre,) fringed in all its circumference ville, J N Summers, G M Proffit, sup; -Sulphur THE FLORIDA CONFERENCI .
by a line of standing officers and soldiers-two Springs, WW Smith; Webster and Echota miss.,
or three deep--all exhibiting the. most solemn H Bennett; Waynesville ct., J R Long ; Frank' Mr. Editor,-Some letters fromBishoI a Andrew
and respectful earnestness that a Christian lin, J D-Baldwin; Cheon miss., JSBrsooks. to members of our Conference inform us that
assembly ever displayed. An officersaitlto me, C. mberlandDistrict-J W Hickey, P E ; Wash. brother Branch writes him that it 'ill be im-
last night, on returning from worship, he never ington et., G W Callahan; Hamilton, Jno Rudd; practicable to hold oure Conference at T. allahassee
had witnessed such a scene, though a Presbyte- Pikeville, M B Swain; Jasper, A E Woodward; the llth December. I have been was ing to see
rian elder, especially such an abiding solemnity Cumberland miss., to oesupplied; Spencer miss., something upon the subject by auth rity in the
and delight in the services as prevented all W H Moody; Altamont miss., G WHicks; Advocate. t
whispering in the outskirts, leaving of the con- Montgomery miss., T-S Walker; Jamestown hen in Thoasll, few w sine, the
gregation, or restless change of position. I miss., to be supplied. When in Thomasville, afew week.since, the
suppose at the close of the services we had some Ckiattaoga District-A G Worley, P E; Chat- matter was spoken of, and I learned 'the people
sixty or seventy men and officers come forward tanooga t., W E. Munsev; Trenton ot., W p there were willing to entertain the Q >nference,
and publicly solicit an interest in our prayers, uDonne; Harrison, J L M French ; Cleveland st., but they had no formal notice that T allahassee
and there may "hve been as many more who. J L Mann; Cleveland ct.. H BSwishlr; Charles. could not doso.
from the prea, could not reach the stand. I ton, R 0 Blackburn; Benton, S W yden; Now I suggest that Thomaavillo atr once give

notice that the Conference will meet at that
place on Thursday, the llth December. 1 pre-
sume there will be no difficulty in entertaining
tte preachers. Several from my District will
not attend the Conference. We shall not have
more than fifty preachers in attendance, I guess.
I feel a delicacy in making a suggestion upon
the subject; but a letter before me, from Bishop
Andrew, calls my attention to it. What is done
must be done quickly. The time is short, and.I
think it important that the Conference meet at
the time appointed. Most of the preachers will
go to Conference by public conveyance, and will
have no horses to be cared for.
P. P. SMITr.

Six months under the cloud 1 This isnlesi a
joke, Mr. Editor, than I took it to be. The
cloud thrown over me by my enemies, I could
bear with philosophic indifference, but this
being thrown thrown into the shade by one's
friends is unbearable I
You know of course, that I allude to those
"Letters from the, Country," that are always
coming in, so inopportunely between me and the
breath of public favor. Why, to tell the truth,
confidentially, Imyself, when I takethe Advocate,
turn witH avidity to those "Letters," forgetting
the respect-that is due to my own self-love.
Who is this nameless -correBpondeni ? Can
you not stop the man ? Does it not savor of
presunlmtion in him to set down in homespun
clothes dyefd with bark.weoaring shoes greased
with tllow, in a part o the country where there
is not *"a dust of flour" to be found", and write
>suca letters that no one else san have a hearing
in his presence ?
I tell you, Mr. Editor, he must be put down.
"I hare no title to aspire,
But when he sinks I seem the higher.2
I would advise you to try a "Proclamation"
with him, but thosethings have grown useless,
and I doubt whether he would "disperse" even,
"in twenty days."
I should hope he might exhaust his subjects,
but I remember that Dean Swift could write ant
essay on "A Broomstick."
If he were on the other side of the line I
might have him arrested, but unfortunately the
Southern Confederacy has'not progressed so far
iinh..-- ,f .in.

in it I" exeinimed all at on"e. Some suggested
that Richmond was taken ; others that John
Morgan had been captured. Mrs. H-----,
ready to cry, said, "No, it is nothing but some
of their fool doings." We all arose from the
table and rushed to the portico, as if that would
enlighten us. Little Jimmie, the son of our
hostess, and a little negro boy were in the yard,
bawling for "Jeff. Davis and the Soutaern Con.
federacy." His mother said, "Hush, Jimmie I"
but I said, "Shout Jimmie as loud as you can I"
You may rest assured we were growing desperate.
After all, as Mrs. H-- said, "It was only
some of their fool doings." Richmond was
standing, and John Morgan, our modern Bayard,
was still at large, the terror of our foes.
The next morning 1 started to Kentucky. I
promised my friends at Nashville, faithfully
promised them,that I would not sayan imprudent
word on the cars. This was equivalent to sealing
my lipo, but 1 promised. As we started my
little daughter inquired: "At what rate dp these
cam run ?" The temptation was irresistfule. I
could not help answering: "That depends upon
whether Stearns -is after them."
JANE T. H. Cnoss.

Mer. Editrd,-We have a glorious revival of
religion in the Winnsbero circuit, served this
year by Rev. J. C. Pitte, formerly of Alabama.
There-have been nearly 300 persons taken into
t Church on probation. I have heard much
old fashioned rejoicing. Some here never heard
any shouting belire. We have had much good
singing, which generally goes parallel with a
revival.' I think about fifty men from 30 to 70
years of age have joined. Some of these clearly
converted, many of them men of intelligence
and position. Some were very moral, but many
others had been wicked and revilers of piety.
Let it be noted that most of them have pious
wives, who have held on their way through all
their opposition. This should encourage good
wives to pray on, for their labor shall not be in
vain in the Lord.
Till this year there has been little- sympathy
or co-operation between the circuit and local
preachers. This year they have labored in
concert. Protracted meetings have been held
at nearly every appointment, but none have held
Ioizr than 6ve or six da. I waia h

an ultra civilization as to arresL fcr opinion louu nger' thnivo r sx cl ay.I W a. asat a t uree
sake. days' meeting two years since, where there were
After all, if this knight in the black armor several local ministers in good standing; but
would raise his visor, perhaps he might prove a the circuit preacher either preached or exhorted
"coaur de Lion," in which case the chagrin need every time, and he was by no means a White-
not be so much, even if one's lance is -broken, field or James Russel. At another meeting when
And now turn we to our Yankee friends. It the services had been continued from Saturday
is said they love us best who tell us the tuth,. till Tuesday, and there were three other minis.
If this be so, the1 people of Nashville gave ex- terms in attendance, he held prayer meetings and
*Iraordinary evidences of their affection for the preached and concluded for himself in the fore-
Federals: they even went out of their way to noon, and preached and concluded in the after-
let them know the sincerity of their hatred, and noon; then dismissed the meeting, saying that
presented their sentiments, as a learned friend he must bring the meeting to a close; because'
of mine says "unambuacaded."' The Federals the P. E. did not come, though there were ten
on their part, showed their interest in our affairs or fifteen mourners at the altar. Two of these
by searching our houses from garret to cellar, by local ministers had in the course of the year
taking possession of those that were unoccupied, added about fifty to the Church in another part
I by examining bureaus, wardrobes, etc., by read- of the circuit.
ing our private papers, and by sending home, as How mysterious and yet how beneficent is the
Testimonials of their gallant and heroic services providence of God. This war may prove a
down South, ladies' dresses, baby frocks,servants' blessing in disguise to many. While "some of
clothes, ahd all sorts of odds and ends. those who have joined the Church could hold on
To do them justice, they seemed anxious to to their cherished idols of liquor and cotton,
divide with their friends at home, thinking there seemed not to be cogency enough in the
perhaps, with the old wrecker: "Let us be motives of the gospel to get their attention.
generous and divide or the Lord will not send Many times they would go to Church, but not
us any more shipwrecks." go in. Not that I would insinuate that they
In some things, however, they appeared to ere drunkards, for few of them were, in the
forget their national trait of economy. You common sense of that term; but they were
have doubtless seen the instances of their killing lovers of a dram, and insisted it was good for
deer, taking the most delicate portions, and health in this climate to take a few drams daily.
leaving the remainder in the park, of their What peace we have now among ourselves !
killing sheep to eat, valued at fifty dollars a pir, They had talked of hanging the strenuous
etc. Afteg having destroyed the sheep just preacher of temperance with a vine; butbehold
mentioned, they ;ook everything else from the the change 1 When converted, he is embraed
place, that their eyes desired-and that is saying with an old fashioned hug.
a great deal.' The owner, who is an old gentle. The membership of the circuit has been more
man, bore all with patience until it came to his than doubled this year, and the work is still
wife's chickens, and there he interfered, where- progressing. There is a great spirit of going to
upon one of the soldiers knocked him down, Church, and few that go have power to resist the
placed his foot upon him, and his bayonet at pressing appeals of the preacher with the Holy
his breast. A daughter of the 61d gentleman Ghost upon him. In all my life I have never
being informed of what was going on, caught up seen. such a work among the old. Still it is
a pistol and rushing to the scene of action, necessary to say that the clear and satisfying
placed the pistol to the head of the soldier, and conversions have been generally among the
told him if he did not instantly desist, she would young.
b'orw his brains out. He desisted. Such argu. We hear the Yankees are doing sad work on
sments are convincing with such men. the Mississippi river, between Baton Rouge and
-To say that the crops around Nashville were New Orleans, driving off the slaves, males and
dea troyed, the horses taken, the servants corrupt- stock of all sorts., The planters are generally
ed, would only be repeating things that we have preparing to leave all along the river, with all
alreh-dy heard until our hearts sicken at the their moveable effects.
recite .1 Respectfully, S. G. C oTTON.
Did you ever walk the streets of a city that ciy Island, La., Oct. 17th, 1862.
was kept quiet by the bayonets of an enemy?
If not, you do not yet fully understand the
strength ot that line- FROM NORTH-WESTERN GEORGIA.
"The kplood is lava, and the pulse a blaze," Dear Advocate :-The mythic clerk of the
you do mit yet knpw, perhaps, that consuming weather" having let the thermometer drop very
indignatik'n that makes you feel that you could unexpectedly, winter was ushered into the
stand andt..fight-hopelessly--desperately, until grand old hills hereabout in a new style.-
you were chbopped into little pieces. Just think of enjoying a genial Saturday fore-
At last our only relief was to take the news- noon at an airy'country church,a pleasant ride
papers-the Northern journals were all we could in the afternoon, and to feel at bed-time pre.
get-and gutss, through the tissue of misrepre-e monitory symptoms requiring feather beds,
sentation, atthe Truth, which we saw peeping comforts and blankets for their correction, and
out here and there, nodding familiarly to us, wake up about midnight with the sleet crack,
and saying; "Keep up your courage 1 I shall cracking against the window panes-without
come out presently I" Our only relief I say, was sending in advance the heraldic white or black
that, and to look down into our own hearts, frost. Such a disregard of time-honored law is
which were the spies that informed us of what unheard of. But, in this military day, surprises
was being done in the Southern camps. Yes, are likely to supplant old systems of tactics; and
there was another comfort. Once in awhile Why may not we be surprised by a change ofthe
Morgan, or Forrest, or Stearns woul-I dash up so old law of nature,--and why may I not surprise
near to Nashville, as to scatter consternation you with a letter after my long time silence ?
among the foreign foe, and then we would sit The fact is that, to a man who has many good
in quiet corners, and laugh very softly. One friends and "bates to write," you are the most
day Stearns came very near capturing the cars convenient--should I not have said the most
with the imported Governor Johnson on them, accommodating?-vehicle of communication I
The steam, I fancy, was made rod hot, and the know of, through which to send them the greet-
cars fairly flew, the Gov. I presume, being afraid ings of the heart and awaken their pleasurable
of no accident but Stearns. At length the remembrances of one.
locomotive reached the depot-safe,but quivering Well, weeks ago, I had expected- tabe in the
and out of breath, advance of Gen. Bragg's army. That army has
One evening I was invited to take tea with a crossed the great mountains, approached near
neighbor. Soon the papers were brought in, to Louisville, whipped one fight, retired towards
an'd I saw new arrests were being made in Ken- Cumberland Gap, and still I am here. This'is a
tucky. I was instantly filled with anxiety and pleasant country, picturesque to the eye, bracing
alarm for my father. We were invited in to to the system, overflowing with fountains which
supper. It was the time ofraspberris, antthe never babble for ice to allay fever heat, self.
table was crowded with delicacies, but we were sustaining and a little over. ,and flooded with
all too much excited to. enjoy them. In the "shlnplastera"-a coewtry -desirable to live in.
midst of the entertainment we heard Federal But, nevertheless, inYfew weeks, I expect to
guns; It soundedlike a "feu dejole." "What take up thelineof march, from the bhopitabil

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homes"of the gold friends I .have made here, Bibles hav been distributed. Of the latter rwe .0 h t ,A$ h DB^TTING IN THrE N TZ -Tho .New York TO THE PREACHERS OF THE GEORIA CONFERENCE.
thaveha117te, aifTstmns .a t Wod -ys :Drafting was tried for two days inthe Roathd -Arcm anies to barbe eo nea, ish t
towards the "Boody Ground" of tohe Wst, have had t few. and of Tesaments none. __._ r_ _M h,- y bee w_____
Gon"oad-tfwayofTse__ oT ofBostonwhenthe courage (if the a Ito st.a'are. Note the difference, bioever, in tI ehr want-rof
which has so recently added so many gory acres Rev. Thb J. Koger, one of the most devoted f--ei them, andoitwasstopped, althoughssomehl,5i00 do ingitsaothatdc oueyeet sa yore sothehnf TCa e
to iti area. This is no time for men who love anid usefu ninisteis of this Conference, .was Niws FROM KENTUCKY AND TENNIESB1tE.- men were yet to raise to complete the quota. To ,'r ialcentra, Agut efavnnah and t he o th-etemsen
country, right, truth, to lingeraround theEecuri killed at t battle of Perryville. Ky. He was Chattanoog, Nov. 1.-The Louisville Journal o save appearances the Common Councill voted a iat i ministsugo trt in t nee
ties of home, and hug the comforts of the domes- Captain V Company in the 41st Missitseippi the 27th says a despatch from Washington announ- bountyol $200 which it was expected would be as The acon, It hern iantheSate oads will charge
tie learthl With every line of constitutional Regiment ile was about 47 years of age. The ces that Gen Bu.ll has been superseded in the effectual as a draft, and wou'd not create so much ya full fare coming to Conference, and return you free of
liberty obliterated,theblood-redhandofanarchy Church m mourn his loss for many co anrald of the Federal army in Kerntucky by excitement. In.ePhiladelphia,e also, the draft ha t is bar o.ft l committee ilshee t o
grappling our throats, the iisatiate torch of come. .Larnest, unselfish, entering with his at this juncture, when everything is in readiness to was proceeded with and the quota of the rural dis- th. arrives atnalpast twelvea night Othe Centr I Road.
fanaticism applied to our homes, property con- whole soul intoall.the enterprises of the Church relieve Nashville, as the charge will necessarily trict filled. This does not look well, especlallior ngrethartrvingen yhat irai please repo etd mrn-
fiocated--athers, husbands, sons slain-country -wise to plan and bold to execute-we will not delay movements towards Tennessee. TheJoutrnal Bo-ton, and should operate as a warning to ew homes. We cold not ask familiestoreceiveheirgouestat
desolated and. postrty beggared-what heart soon look upon hi like again. A mind gifted ohearmyandpeople.- Mor an, who retreated will undoubtedly create muchill-feoling which it od Met i t onT losl.thCl.. att
does not leap to preserve these dearest rights of by nature and polished by education-a heart from Cumberland Gap, has alsoteen relieved-' would be desirable to arrid. Committee of ArrauonaTuei u ua.Iao-o
man, and resist such foul wrongs 1 lie is a full of brotherly sympathy, and overflowing From articles in the Journal, it does not appear A FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT.-'A frightful accident Chairman.
moral traitor to country, home and heaven- with love to Christ and the souls of men, he that Buell's main army had started towards Nash occurred a few days since, on the mountain road OF O
vile or weak enough to betray the liberties of took front rank in the Conference which now ville, but his cavalry were at Bowling Green, near Harper's Ferry A train of Federal army, TO THE PREACHERS OF THE GEORGIA CONFERENCE.
the people, the sanctities.of the domestic altar, mourns his loss. He excelled whether in the endeavoring to meet John Morgan in Kentucky. wagons going up the long and narrow cut on the Dear Brethren:-AsthaPrtesbyteranSynodofGnorgianda
an4 the principles of self preservation andjustice c ihinet, or the common path of itinerant labor. VICTORY IN MIsSOUa -Brig. Gen Rains re.. eastern side of the mountain, was met by a train Fid5lt this s t eo tirs ur tt
-the bhoest trusts Providence has placed in Thouhbe tookavery high position as aPresi- ports, to Major Gemiral T: Hindman that comitgdown Themules in the down train to-k wesAb nu'ntoPddrty 1prurilsac nor A trr
S. lry high po os. Cooper and Shelby refused the enemy 4.000 fright, and becoming unmanageable, da lied downt bre hren. Iias threreforeporta.tthptw ie fo advancee
his keeping t ding Elder, he wa, none the less successful as a to 5,000 strong, at Newtonia, on the 13th Septem the mountlan at a frightful speed, and crowding hatstPreachers of the ii niotaIntend to b .re
List season the wheat crop in this section was pastor. -her, killing one hundred and fifty ; captured one the up train off the road, hurled the wagons, mules brthrenas intend tob he r-nt, it at we m my bsure e
a failure, and the present corn crop is not at a The poor of his various charges will remember hundred and fifteen prisoners ; number of wound- and drivers over a steep and rocky precipice of a get places for all that shao rome. Will the brethren pletsa
great remove :rom the same point. But, for all him for many years; But I will not anticipate ed not known The enemy, commanded by Brig. parieuidcular height, varying from fifty to one respond atonce to this call, and obhitle tCormitte,
Gen. Solomon, fell back to Sarcoiie, a distance of hundred feet. Over and over rolled 'the great Jw. Bas, Chairn.
this, enough is made to do. The great, savinfg a fuller sketch we hope to see soon. filteen miles, which they now occupy in considera- wagons and teams, crashing and crashing, and TO THE EACE F THE AlAi
want, is salt. The salt question almost super- Yours, B. B. Ross. Li C i :, i..,O, ,. .,r,..,- f ,--. Kcnsns. The breaking into fragment, and tearing to piece TO THE PREACHERS OF THE AIABttMA ONF.
cedes the war question. Since the Virginia .r, ,,r I .i...r, .- . t--,.. ::,,.., t,, Solomon's until the whole train lay at the foot, and scattered Rall Roaduleading from thispla- tofgMo,,tgryAt
saline works have been taken into possession HAW RIDEE CT., ALA. CoNr.-The Rev. W. R. brag regiment, along the side of the mountain, a mass of frightful no ify the Preachers. that th-y will be charged only half
by that State, and the cancellation,of all private Talley writes: "The good work is still going on MORGAN AGAIN AT WORK -Chattanor ga, Oct ruin. pri, ontheire lsy stuad firoe the seaT. WCo SrB.
ind State contracts looks imminent, the farm- int my circuit. I held an eight days' meeting at 30-The Nasthville Union of the 2(th sa that NEws BFROMTHE WEST.--2IHtollSprings, Oct 31 -OLB
ers almost despair of saving their bacon. The Sylvan Grove, witii the assistance of some local Gen. John Morgan is again at work on the Nash. -Surgeon Bond, of,Price's army. who was left TO THE PRECER Oe T" ALABtIt CONFER-
Cnfederste Government proposes to have25 000 brethren, which resulted in 57 added on proba- villet n LT vile r a urfreeddeboron bhat-rg with our wounded at C.rmlsh, return d to d, d in T Tpec ,. oth.Alheldm C rn-E, .xpct bet,
hgs salted down in this region and East Ten- tion to the Church. Also eight days' meeting at gan is at Gal atin uka and 200 distributed in the country. The wils s-es eived t h-R load l,t,,aA eat De e.t w r,
iinesee,and if the Government can supply more lHaw Ridge-20 on probation. The membership ANorHua BrATTL.R-We learn from the Lynch- aro well fed and cared for, and two Uonf.derate their hnos d r ng Cr f re ca wtl he a signed ,heon.
salt than enough for the purpose, it would be of'the Churth greatly blessed, and the work is burgV-- .. ,. .1 Friday last, that Capt Stephen surgeons are with them. Rosencrarz has bee Win ram mo, e aid the pT llbods inrl ate reatiren t-e
economy and generosity to exchange salt for still goine on. Missionary collections far exceed Hasb, i. e-mmand, reached Lyntchbur very attentive to our wounded, and declares that t regrettedhat the ttns anot
SThursdv evening. H reports that a fight occurred h fighting as that atCorinth was neverequalled, trnided te -itorrie. The war upon us. or i re fod
hogs with those who would thus barter, anything of former years on this circuit; other between a portion of Floyd's command, about 300 and that such brave men are entitled to ever i thoseintendrriblng t com by private coveyance wilfavor
I have attended several unpretending county collections very good. Plert.y of corn, peas and and a force of the enemy, supposed to be about400, attention. The only thing our sick and wounded u shy gieint erly notice of it. C e. OLiv. fp. t.
churches, where the presence of the Lord was potatoes, and meat too, if we can get salttosave at Warfield, Livrmiees co, Ky., on Sunday The r, quire is clothing, of which they are, greatly in Oct. 20th, les.
es manifest as it was wont to be in the gorgeous it.. More than 300 have joined on this circuit 12th instant. The enemy was driven through the need. Three hundred suit will be sent them.
emple of "thlike holy hill." The zealous local this year." town, and pursue d about three miles. We captured Rosencranz, in tears, met our surgeons after the sc., onl th Deoetber,1 me n 2.
brethren who are doing work in this part of the y-e twenty horse,, one hundred head of cattle, ard ix battle and expressed his regret that such brave -
Masthr's vineyard,owill "return his own withe GRNADA.CT., MEStCONY.-ThceRev. prisoners. Capt. Halsby represents Gen. .Fi-ld's men should suffer so severely. His Adjutant de- ADDREsS OF THE 'I-OrS. ,
astr' vineyard, will "return his own with GRNA MIS OF.The Rev. J.ommnd abengwell armed, wel clad with peny cares that had Price'scommandbeen supported .
usury,'-rat Conference. Men at church are Barcroft writes : "My labors on this circuit for of provisions, and in goo I spirit-. or other troops handled as well, the Confederates i hop Andew Selma, Ala.
almost as hard to find as were disciples at the the present Conference year are closed, and I A BaRUSH WTH THB ENEMY -We learn from a would have held Corinth. Finding our troops had Bishop Pier. -ulvertoa. Ga.
court of Pilate. They fill such and such regi- am now preparing for Conference. About 20 correspondent of the Bristol Advocate, who wri es, gained the centre of the town, his ordnance build Bishop Early, Lynchburg, Va.
mente or the ditches ofa Manassas, or a Chicka persons, nearly all adults, have professed religion from headquarters at Hickory Flatts, Lee or, Va.. engs were fired, and with difficulty extinguished,
hominy. But those who, proverbially, were and joined the M. E. Church on this circuit Oct 17, that 86 confederates, under ol after Green's brigade fell back for waut of sup- TWENTY DoLLas eElto thia soffie in payment
hominy. Bat those, who, proverbially, were and joined the M. E. Church on this circuit Maj. Salyer, met 180 of the Home Guards, a fee port.. of subscriptions tw the Adoocate will entitle the per-
"last at the cross and first at the sepulchre,' during the year. Its religious condition is better days since, on or near the line of Harlan co, Ky po son sending it to a copy of the paper for one year.
seem to have multiplied to fill up the vacant than we had reason toexp ct. Congregationsare ard after a hotly contested fight of 40 minute', Here is an opportunity for active and industrious
seats. God bless, and defend, and avenge the small, but all peouni try demands have been fully succeeded in driving the invaders pellmell into the preachers, class-leaders, young brethren, and the
pious mothers, wives, and daughters of our land I met. Three-fourthsof the MemphisConferenceis mountains, killing 4 capturing 20 prisoners, 26 MARRIED, preacher's wite and tho0s most successful of acent,
i-'proved muskets, horses and 2 mules, allof OB22dOeW.byRevWmWMood. Ma St WnA .BsReot -young Chritian women-to aid a good work for
ours, etc., O. A. MY within the Federal lines. any o the preacherswhich which were brought into camp at Hickory and Miss MATa E, daughterof Capt Joseph Stkes, all of the church--keeping its paper alive-and to supp.y
Murray co., Ga., Oct. 27th, 1862. will be absent from Conference. It is reported Platts. Clarendon District, S C. themselves with a fund of useful information.
and believed here, that one of our oldest and LATE FROM VIROINit.-R chmnond, Nov. 2.- MO 2th Ot by Rev Wm W Mood. M Jose W Ho andteo a
ForeSouthernChristianAdoate. most influential preaohers,Rev. G. W.D. Harris, A detachment of the 13th Virginia Cavalry attack- of Clarendon DiErist datrREVIEMW OF THE AUGUSTA MI RKET.
A REVIVAL IN THE Cis in sme Yankee prison. When shall these ed a Federal railway train near Manassas Junction On th Ot, b Rev E G urh GaConfrese Ma L Prea for t n Advoa
on Friday last, destroying it and capturing 96 B N Cocnsio toius A. Am J iJDAM, all of Oglethorpe co,Ga .,Y foe. A. ANSLEY, 3d)hBroad otte ,
TO REV. BI-HOP PIERCE, D.. calaiti s be overpast prisoners, who are now at Gordonsville Nov. 3 AoAlasTA, GA Ocbto. 2d, 18.
My. Dear Bishop, -Since my loast, the great HANCOCK CT.. GA. CONF.-The Rev. T. T. Chris- -Passengcrs report a skirmish in Culpeppercounty DIED, Ba care, and rice have adiance .
yqsterdayma. I4reing, and S0 Yankees captured. Ino. O h o h WHoo Lard--44 eansidbnoeshave airto4e' and
Head of the Church has wonderfully favored us tian writes: "Since sending you the notice of CoBB' BRIGADE.-This brigade has beenorderel of RoRJ WaadS iat, O aofdlel n erlSo s. h aaben l iarceat To
with a gracious revival of his work in the camp several meetings held in this circuit, we have to report to Gen. Beauregard for duty. It will be W te a d a id aintoi60 afor Red.
among the soldiers.- We had preaching every had a very interesting meeting at Mt. Hope. pleasant news to those families in Georgia who have ---_a---- -- -e- wit, probably a vance masriwithy. -a
might for nearly a week. There was an average It continued 9 days. There were 24 accessions relatives and Iriends in the brigade. So the army RECEIPTS to Nov 1. -e-S$i. toSins.
of about twenty five anxious seekers, who ap- and a still larger numberof conversions. Among correspondentGf the Savannh RaC ulicn write. A-173 J A rb Br.k .451JBoeMi2. y Arche .s a nl 5OW shel.
preached when the invitation was given, and those who joined were several heads of families. Va., Oct 31 -The London Army and Navy C--3473 A WCmmiga22, 347 F Casey 2 3484TT TChes- %etrs--re t60 eentIeII.
kneeled upon the ground near the spot occupied Brother Allen Turner assisted us at nearly Gazette of Oct. 11th, says: "It is believed that tian2.35t2J GeC. dlisleO discounn ounurrenttfunds. strte-ooe6 n cents .
ba--995 A J Dean 2 to dr, 3503s J Domuna 5. Ct1tom--Prieas frat nlb 4,,. 2 cents
by the COaplain. It was a solemnly impressive all of tfe above meetings and rendered excellent Lord Lyons, who is expected to return to Wash- F-8s G EOas 6 gara-Have improved in prices and will probably re-at
scene. Many manly tears were shed, and many service. I am glad to be able to state that the ington int the urse of this month, will be, placed -3159 W H Fei erLt310 to d-eerloI "d and reche te highe spointiof th eas ir
noble hearts throbbed with deep emotion. If colored people hared largely in the benefits a jesty'sGovernmetwth touanye uncertaies or nou S_ J fwoy sk bdi s twstoro e nd ydit othsaars t o b poot$st th sin
there was mocking, we heeded it not; the loud of these meetings. Many of. the brethren doubts, in view of the various phases which the had only added his post office, Okopilco." We only In.w ef--Scar-e. .*2s 2 ia.
whistling, talking, hallooing, cook ng, eating required no labor from 4hem, while the dmeet- contest in North America may assume ; that the suhb sivers sud ths eire t off e racnea io Sato nt d ory-ocents. .
and constant moving about the camp, disturbed ings lasted. There are but 6 appointments' ministry have arrived It positive conclusions, and H-o60AR Hine-s 61essdiscount, 378 C W.,uton 5 fi baecc h.s ex-rO ncedome errorr enuiry and sal
us not; the loud calls of the sentinel, close by. (7 with Powelton ,hvbh hasjust been takentin) he dethtmined their policyin re ference Hto the re,3482JHughes 4,a35IJHPHuff4, S1PL Hender- 31witL a h cineedrans tiP ro.e entiuiy .acsaes
"S rgeant of the guard, post number four,"drew on the circuit, and at all of them we hase had post The diews of Russia are, it is believed, as- K514J W Kelly 8 tonsdr.
us not off from our purpose. God was in our meetings of much interest." similated to those which the march of events and L--4*79T I i. I n Si't ur, 3818S Lynch 8 to dr, 8483 H
thoughts and hearts. We were dead to the the inexorable logic ef ace mplished facts place LuyS 6SWBKtBew tods,31 Murd .2.3 DRI.NKA D,
things of this world. Fifteen joined the Church SANTEE AND MANNING CTS., S. C. CoNr.-The broadly, clearly before the government ofthe Queen T Mtehe l tes. 0 ea 8H Montg, mery 28-and 2 tocr, s ATTORNEY AT LAW .ND CLAI[ AGENT,
during this protracted meeting, and wp have Rev. W. W. Mood writes : "The Lord hits gra. and thai of H.s Imperial Msjesty." WA MroSat3. 3 490J i Mailde 2 to dr. 34MrsS J Me- RICHMOND, VA.,
good hope that many of them have been soundly ciously visited us on both these circuits. And PROSPECTIVE INTERVENTION OF EU- AH Mitchel 12 e5 G Murrah n .40 to er. ldevRS t sd e CLtTO h EuARATIONs
good A MiChel I to5PAPERS,.and tnrCOLLETION OF CLA1.Again. o
converted, at our C. meeting lately many soujs were con- ROPE AN PO ERS. --97 J A pe-bles 2360 o C Putnam 2 tor. varino Departments of the onfelerate government.
During the meeting, a man said to me: "Sir, averted tl God-37 whitesehave joined the0Church. The N Y Express of 28th Oct says: Reliabh S-458 F kinder. 4J-an JSte-y5 t, t71. Semrt a areas thf.e set forms e msto t, sheilye ion fall
I am a renegade from your Church and am now And since flat meeting the Lord has visited the information has been received in this city, ironm esion 2 3 o Mrs Smith 2, 3196 P P Smtth 2 to cr, 3611 s msaioned nt noa-cmas nionea OffiecAl, uLusicaa. and
a skeptic; I want your advice." Said I, "If I Church in Manning-have had several worthy rem-official sources in Europe, that Enrgland and S Sikes 512 J W Sore 2 to dr. vriw-re--aan IWit, when desired, make ouS ts e papersoand
France are of entire accord in regard to tbeii T--437 C Taylr 2 1158 J HTI rt 2. scticot the amosnit, thi moy be due and make roeat saone
had been in your present condition when you additions to the Church." sine of conduct towards thin Government. Lord W- W H Walskr -2,3s1 B F White ..3 -. protmi f 10 pr o h
______________ _Atss m for one jear. oSIS A Jl'al. ... Hu..ISargs wilt beoa conmamniosin f10 per cent. on the
were in the full enjoyment of religion, and had Lyons, who was to have returned to the United cr, 35L6 W sl ild 2. a o ent.en coected.
applied to you for advice, what advice would you POISON IN SMOKE HOUSE SALTI. States in the Australasian, was detained at the last t- HMis Office ist.3- Ma. street, opposite the Amer.nonHotel.
have given me?" "Get back into the" Church I-r. Editr,-I received a day or two go, moment by order of Lord John Russell, (Her MBj- I Oct.-0-4w.
an I the service of God as soon as possible," said f salt aest'm smoke e ecretaryorForegnAffair,). toawzitfurA ACKNQWLEDGMENTS IIETHOuDIST BOOK 'DEPoITOY,
hele," sata t t idsmall sack of salt made from the smoke house r instructions, in coneqence of the Prsident's
he quickly. "Tha is my advice to you these I of a gentleman of Chambers co., Ala., -tocom Abolition Proclamation Him Lurd.hips departurt nY Go.E M. THEW, TREASURER BIBRLE SOCIETY OF THE MACON, GA..
responded. "I'll do it," said he; and so he did paniedby a message that two negroes wholad was then fixed lcr Oct. 26th, (last Saturday), and CONFEDERATE STATES, Augusta, Ga,. Oct. 7.h 1862. Just Published, and for sl-
the first time the door of the Church was usedit,had died suddenly, and severainorne onhisOR Ma. SnIt s Oingt THEon ROWI.L P.AMMNI T Y Chisos. Coln- Ss.t i bhwife, Mr 100 a 00 C ryte (witmhoutNotea)p pode r en.
opened. II, move Fuu u ORM MR. SlARD OF THEt P Bt)RAMMIC lt Cers. oani, t brash Dr luss 10it) Ctildes 0cripsere Qeeo s Sooat, sosnests5p d. da.
oFenei were eick, perhaps seven stated.. An adoaldsis Loh tIN UPON BY TITR EUOPE- PCws In Mis Ru herfordd.perDr Myers, for Testamonts, 10 0 Addros, J. W. BURKet, Agent.
Friend and our loved ones at home have not of the salt was requested. I tested it for loineral ,tructions imtlar to those at the British Minis.t'e Mrt H Huil, per DrMyer,Weahineton, 0as nnual
been .orgottna by us in our prayers and our re-poions and found none. I obtained from it an will be forwarded to Count Mercier, the Frenct m er. . QCHROOL BOOKS, ETC., ON HAND AND
joicg. e said to me, just before service or.e organic putrescible substance, like that otaind Minister at Washington, by the samesteamer which .... 7700 for sale.- A od assortment of School Books nation.
night: I want you to remember my wife and on formeroccasions, alludedtoin aformerarticle will bring the English Minister back to this -..I.,., ,-.,,. 0 ,y, et., wlch wit beosdaslowe. srer Age
hideninyour pryr' nig' What a cntry. J.W.aBURKt, Agent
children in your payers tonight." d ia your paper.In this cage no odor was produced We are also given to understand thatour Govern- s,.siJ*le.tfor tlesn ,ents to be senttocompany
privileges nod will hear us and o bless them after moistening the salt and it standing thirty- ment will soon be informed tha .Enaland ant A, CaptHeOanry Dunwody.a s 'tGV 1tetVouteer 100 1LiN0IA1ATION FOR ,-ALE-- OFF.R
Many knew not what blessingslwife and children, E ix hours. France has e decided upon th recontrion (f the Goe Lotter. nairmar So;dhr a Biblo society, Jack- .JP for osal a valuable Plantation i, bitefie d .ouuly. Oa,
home and peace were, till. this cruel warpouredson, Miss, for T. Ttamenst, ,012 4 tf,ar miles South of Tunnel Hill,son the riad I adding from
home and peace were, till this cuel d I enquired the symptoms manifested by the Southern Confedacy, Ithe joint offer of mia r R J W ,.f rd Tem, ongregational col e toto do prig
over us its tide and misery. Oh, Go negroes, and received in reply tha "tey jut ion and arml tice to be proposed toMr Seward are leeti>ans on Thak-givi Day, 121 t nae contains n hundred acre.,otwo dudreedand
convert the soldier and protect his wife and uk.ayanddi d A not accepted. At any rate, this Government wil Wm ey. Fir uf N C o member, 0 v, ehii c.uivion,nd t remainder
noifedofteyseoiofEtt adnes C HdrperoPattersntttoC, 'i t hcwonds. o
children drin his absence. sunk away an ie. be duly notified of the intentions of E land and J M Sherwood, iyettIle, N C0, thank offering The improvements are good, w ,h an excell-.t spring and
children during his absence. Without expressing any opinion as to the France in this respect, and as theaep were ar- fully f.omSardi-Church. 6t.y. e A.yowislgtop rnhis-ahealiyup-co.uty
Our singing was excellent. Our favoritehymns cause of the death and sickness of ih negroes, ware that any offer of mediation on the bas E of M c, drs u elsd eTestameantsfor soldier. i ppy toum e as Oir" ahealthyu .utry
wereMi.stses a ltti atid Mary 5. Tenstmforsotders 1 60 Nor. 0--t.
were a f i e aint of the Lord I would say that the above expression convey, separation will not for an instr.nt evn be listen, a tthesda Presoyt ria church, charo te co, Va, per
o Is laid for y urfaith h exellent eord," the exact idea Jhat we should expect from the to by our lthe rope nambas adrsa Waih.en ev r v -g s -BY A YONG LA Y, A
And action of a powerful organic poison-an entire tgton to obtain an armistice of lur or six m ths p,. .., ..:..- t ach te alg ehS, o na .S Eae
"Am Ia soldier of the Cross prostration of the vital powers. I write to you, between Nrth and South. These foreign Govern . I r ir,... .... ..4t 00 of Latin Good efosresncs giren. AdortesatO.tiag aa.ary,
A todower of th Lamb." that a supplement may be made to my former menot are u ider the impression that ifonce a cesta 1'' '' .' ,',,',. le th ofterm, et Be vt Ms L. .
J. W. MILLS. letter. This substance may be readily removed tion of hostilities can be effected a calmer spirit will ...: ... ..,- ...-.-.---..-,.. .. ,.,
.Bivou near Wincheste, Va., Oct. 14th, 1862. in various ways. The one most within thereach succeed, which will enable, the two. sections to '., .i -.. -- - .......- t:' - i
of all is to add a solution of glue, iainglass, or ng" tia ost endeavors will be made shortly after M e reasurerLaurelHillBibity,. 70 00 s .a iaon1. in .d
D the white of eggs, or blood to the salt, when it is Lrd Lyons' return to rashhiigton, by *ho mho .e Re m F Whielm, Blacksburg, Montgomery co, r. siotiiabi fami y, In upper or middle teoegni r. oarolin .
M)BILE DISTRICT, ALA. CONFERENCE. dissolved for recrystallization. When the salt corps diplonoaiqu at Washington, to bring about Va, for Testamente S tis i capable of ng t- a Elsh
O w l T W MoCalhtr, Chattanooga, donation from his music on t Pao and Mediton, and ,of isras 00lsttroueoa in
The work on this District is reviving. At the water boils and the scum rises and is removed, such an armmistce. Oly then, when allthef erh i, C .noo for T2 nt nSole wok. Add Cr P, L. a.t.L c
St. Stephens Quarterly meeting, six conversions and still there are floating particles in the liquor, t armistice halthaveprovedof eorge Jumner C Treasurerat rgia ts and Co 00 Oct.- Cr C.
avail, will the South he recogi sizd nsiul sneouly Geortge J SBaner TreosurernVirgio S 8and el Oct. ted
-at the Citronviile ct., Quarterly meeting, six it should be strained through a cloth. I am by Ea lendandFrance Astdeo fro the actLuas, RSE le. QenI e AgrTst, ollectd at Raleigh," .00..
or eight conversions-at Pascagoula or Salem satisfied that all the salt made from smoke these powers would now look upon toh Suu as a sa N M :o, 0 A YOUNG L&DY Of rXPERIENUE (A
Camp meeting, 36 conversions. This last was A houses should be treated in this manner. It is defacao Government, they fear thatan-insurrectio A. W Mode 'e gh N C lifemember, o nativfthe outh)desire a.ituation assistant
time ofmuch interests. and power. the Lordof unfit for any domestic purpose without it. There ti the slaves in the South,er as contque, wice of things .ers. uaons:rrI, s A n sftey, or to tdkech ars itoahti ;a Wod
hIf we as Methodists believe that we can meper- of sausages, cheese, &c., in what aeaed to be stan ju nowh tha br n possesehe " Eg iE
feet holiness in the fear of God," why ignoretit a state of inheronent putrefctio, Wa T oo i tof to ai som o A icl, o
The success in ths meeting was largely due to should s e caused by a poison per oduved th e virus from ti w ethOatthoere is no diplomatic relation existing r Colecon at Bible mr,etin to onti.tute Rev crury N.B eh pr a to gie all the ituion Is worth
the proministry, we "e given to the Dotriull e of oldemp- mate decomposition of e blood then t exudes from th e b etween the onfederacy and Euro pcing ower thecants Pro r mmo aleigh., member, 50 L --tartervillo at Tow o .
ness. the meat. Such results have followed r the ting in the several Southe totes, which, as ular n ev JD THoaner. annal mem, o Addre JNE ALL,
If we fail methodists believe thatwecanment of per-thatof sausagesction of animhose,al lifc., in what appeared to be standjust now, they do not o onsen h 'r 0 00 5-10
feet holinesnes in the fear of G ad,n why ignore it? a state of inciypient putrefactio we know it mu Tey ear that tprhe Conderate Government un Mr W J W Crowosrs, iA -Y01E EMALE t OLLEGEWIELL
h r i recognize as it is, may at any time telalled their o u gdseases, as ularlades of iy appointed agens, sE Parridge's o on sti eit tudntiosTeerSchool,Acadin2
Whynot preach it, and urge uit-he people to see all The dryness never, d equable temperature the cgnizingin Charleston, Richmond,avan and e-sher. 10 Aebrary re
it Do ay- e not say at the beginning of our house may have preserved the virus from usalti- where, thathere is no diplomatic relation existing CIlectonatibeesatocsatitte Revrry to give t n

ieo. Wm. H. mber25 a. arter has already raised $212 springs, that we should consider unfit for domes T CONITIO Q STN.-The New York Pboufly porte, IPan- Families of
ministry, wc "paste groaning after full red as the family use should be pure, and no other should "traitorous journal" for pubacy andhing letters from LRcJAk, u gNCIm ler, s Nolady ierNrthern hevicinityh an owo o hneoplsy.

tiAmes will allow s bused its London correspondent, prediming the rudnterfer- S g2pt. 25-, S.RnJSSofmrcw co.,G.
tion V Are we Wenleyan--are we Scriptural, system is in a state to exert its power to the therefore, not permit them to act in a consular Rev J D Hofftam, coasnat m.A sE
wheMissionn we fail to insist on the attainment of that destruction of animal life. The quantity a cavirution is organcity It is stog tfrom ainstsuhdon iorres- c de m ttr A edesn "a yo t 0 Vl ti, ULL h, S lT s UA .

hav aholines without which no manercanenc ee the may b exceedingly minute, as we kno i the pond Sount that Lyons was reid in e o n rdethSyaa of t i r Boeran, ill immee tify as their in. LA I 'A eMSh .PlE DWiL

LordWe have beentrying, too, to do something health of our families and the stock of our plan PS gam othe Autralasiaon to watgis of these eMrs Wn o ont r As YILLEo EAS OLLEGE WILL
ave been indefatigable in their labors. Very respectfullyed contagious diseases, aspoied genty England nd aFrane. ev Thomas E ekisner, e s ope. nctuS ts second Modey i Jansr 6.s
OA Oean Spriny t ircuit- erviym book nly one small pox, yellow fever, 1862. will claim the necessity of recognizing the nw E B Freeman, 1ARw. July
day-five conversions. We have seen samples of salt made from salt Confederacy. B"Wlis..10a
Bro. Win. H. Lartcr has already raised $212 springs, that we should consider unfit for domes. THE RECOONITION QUESTIoNt.-The New York Pre'iouslyyreportd, 21,25-1 o .ooil painidag sod Ornamentats in Cassville Fe-
on the Parcgoula circuit for the cause of Mis- tin use. An article of daily and indispensable Herald, of 28th, rates thes New York Express as aoy26dn1.0A D--3LDYC11yAC M"
Sons. The city pastors are doing as well as the family use should be pure, and no other should "troitsLen s p journal" for publibeing letters from ,e NOdydo Nnrthes bieth A Bd edOcatiosseS, Pr Y.

We have raised enough money pay off our enee foreign powers this war. The Philadel- SOUTH CAROLINA CONFERENCE.
Missionary drafts of this and last year, and will from the eating of the salt or not, a caution isP nantmreditis raithenteoug a gendon oretn n-sTh CommitteeofArrngemse arnestye leStthAttheell- FO uLLE ,SoT ARO.
have a little logo into the Conference Treasury. not untimely where so much is at stake, as the pond nt that Lyons was detaineid lromn taking didstas for -Orders.' mittiimmenratay stify u1,7, their is- yV LIrA--Re.A.M Shipp, D.D., President; Dfid-

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o e srislnl Avotr. of w ar, and kept themselves in relation with the Sharpsblur. He commanded the regimtlt in i soV- et life t nd ti ng r on inrtd lyr h l"ar t 1 ,t ,' ,i it il .l 1' .' re.' ns ugh.
For .he Sniilhorn Christian dvocnie. O " .. ." r ,,. ,, , ... ,',d when he Imonth. to a IoveLIV w l, 1o1 in hr, n l .li,.u... 1- 1ave lroig i;i ,.., o, m aning .iir i.1l oa.
PINK SPlCTACLES. world in spite of our mngmiicent blockade the ,e l '1 .. hinv o tmInt- ,ro l loenod as e t; t im ,lv '. ",wI Thou .* T. A'IN.wTio .
UY M2T D0LB. elasticity with which they have risen from delf t. .. , ,i i, 1 t f d 'I t! "1n. he to n d ". N
I 0 .S 'm and the courage tlieybave shown in tbreatenin'g .. . ,.... ., ., 1, ,,, .. ... lf'.ly kt'or l:o t '1 h LhrI. t]i w s visited
12 hi t 'alo no' eM ldc'2 o dswll2,ll0022c es 22* .. ...r ,. .l o.1 ,j. ..r. * four oIIU s expecting hiatttack, wlichv Ih theonciny duri ng'hi ln' by the v. .1. E 'v2 tw o UT i. I .E:,T')X, of 1h 1st Roit ect.,
i n 11attthhg ti i... "c t.i nade nt day ida wn, 17th Sopt. The conflict wa i e.xprowed lils t ntiroe trut in th imeris of a TI 2 ,, .. i in Mob lc, Atl., Aunis.t l h,
Jupiter, in olden time, sntlV Momnu to ei , n M n reported t i' ,d for cil a v t 0 t l Sbbati. et.-...
.... l. ,s and resneet. W ell i.4 Gen. U,!CA( -Pomer, I vilich l Coli ill';ion, .. ft r .. ... it,.,, f. ,

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r.i, .11. w0of o ctacleel s oVOr erueu e 1"- ,i
.1,, ,mI ofrip etreies ; over each Inall- r -- -.-- - 1- 1 .1- I. C,. ., o cr .. ..t .... I .1 7. i. I his w zn a . . --, u n ......l .'d ,I an,
Sorto have said (privately,) as lie watched -l ... .'' i. cheering on 'h men. At this sta(1ge of Ulilrh, h remarked t hiswif, w.hait i( reo l i' t 'o l 'ihOrItiin i i a 11, of ,
,.* .. i .... glasses to lie soc i on.t'*''-l'. .... at t Antie1am, anId 'aw t. I.. -, 1, alll the tilngirs on hits INft hand w e halpin- it was to him thai th, y bow ,,d in n n n .l ,, a.2, of 1-. teo endair-
Tnothey wore on various onor e lie -. I 5 I order in the mid it o' I, .-.. .1. ,, soon after hIewa. s wounded in the' thigh 20 muno aIth .e 'ntm 1 atar, ar1,d whhat,.a bt .l 12" t Ill ''',1;e'tIi t 1f 'o2.W. and I ,i 0;,,ng fl.ri,oyy, I.r the
another person stopped up 1to so on cirhTh c las frightiul r "WX t terrib le .. ln rremained on tei.e il, tll forced Tly eox- was t e le mo lre to p2rt'ki o1y, th.) | d i ' 1 c,, 20 2 ',, Iir Ofi" wa, n
most befitting his, temperament. The tlse "B..."tle ul bae I l 'n t tconquermLtern or hausuon to-'leave; but while retiring swon,, one hIly *, , *ri, ti.wil," .saidh, h o., oI_ b r, I, l: I -d':. -h, ,u won the
being opened for iils pection land choice, Mh domus thIese wouo i be I We 'mu t conque hundred rnd linty yardl s front t, i ntl n ent0, t: il- 0 u ,..evc,.r negihl t lls '.on 0 ,and ' ll | , -' i. ,, Inew hi. 11w0
ready to dispense, took out first green ,.., they will lquer us his len that .,,, 1 -- h- e ',hh an opportunity 'f1-no _12-.It.I'l' ,I ,, '
s o 'r ou o olk S t t e l y Ic oh. .0 0.0 1 t i tt y 3I 2 ota l bu i l 2 s t i l c l.'. -'r nd0 rtn.a r k e d I h in in . . i2t2 2 1'.l2 '1titil lI I '" ,i .l1 .. m o
hwhereuon,up walk..I ,l h tuel . ,o'll1.e11.r 212, .1,,2' I .' ,
questioned, W ill they not suit. me'A? T e 'l' OF C NGile hCO i-' "',,. ,' .- .. inoTty Tu c'lil, o If h1'h d f, a Chri ti n' .- e 1i ..'II h i.*. I i in l eofe
oilist paused, and lfter minute, scrutio y, nd- A CIHE P I M DE OF CJRING leratIACON. fth e army rol.l."0r I" was flH ldest zof 0H ' .221I Hll I. u ,h l M td0 01I0 u ,21 ,l wi' lt nto
2 : gh 1 w IredEi18 ". R, -- 2112 22 2121 O ,, 'lin ',i, ,,,, iwl il c l hest
istedl the glasses ; soloilouizing thus: 'go, mis. Exox, Al.., Oct. 3d, children, o and the beloved of all, both white and --- ., 1st ,,', anthrope, and wea r y our cold, d greeB; glasses-- ES,!s Sui,.-l saw to day. at the house of Mr. coTored. But the bereaved wifeb, parents and -n--.n a,,|I... d tIri ])"Bt,, of lhe C, i a; Ie f,of G.l,et .-, ,r I"tt. I1 hi,, I,, IIo 'its efat
never does your eye rightly value society anl its Wm. Monton, .l, well known and r, spectable ily, "weop not 1s those who live no hope." .11 -. V .lu tpor,s lt So. t 5 I, 1..,'., I,l' ., t umot s ,..ul' citizens. A i ,', IND.
.1 -. . .. I i ,.. I 1-r.ely you doleod cil ien of this place, . 1 I con, from a hog I , .. '..., ... I. and oil in ti t" .9th Aug t, 38 ," in tLi e "1, L ,....
I '2 i ,,,, I ''' i, ', uh o 3 t o ; 1.. 250 pounds ,: 0,- I Ie ,. week, made by I,\ I .. ,, n o i .. i ..ewell o sai d, f et. : -. 1. 31 to t I.--
*l 1. I .:' oI r f poit o o t havc cou l tohbe l.e boiling brine, huluig ani -sm oked iio no nmorn, on earth, let u nietl. in hlcavl n In his I 'f....i.l,, l.rliel .ch lhod I t i "i.. I. ,, G of
IuIpectd vod o pity or Iion ; Iit l commin- ida lontorii to Ii wifo and i l ll tr, co ne letr';,as 1ill 2 s e wif a d ,,,ith'i,, h i2t.I s""io fLi r I I ..t1l2 "'' Ci .2:2,,2.1 2"! ,:I. ..C.. -7 .
lues suit. your mental sight. eavcn help the ble l lfor is economy y if sa .. Take a kettle or neve o t r hri, 0 1iol il I 1o.r .' ., '**c II '" tI2 -, of
selfseer! s i_ -i r rge Pot nearllytull aIter, pu in a lig tlemore me it ny t iGod." T .ct f s .. . . . I l i, I i w, rnt ,2 A, ,, i,- i
Next in order 1calme th yellow glao ss, and n osalit. han the water wI ill d oiolvs, bri,,g hto aibolo 1i s .; i 1s2lf t I .2.; .ll1;h; 2,.,-,,2, ,.b hits ol,, W, 2 .,h1i .t,,to .y a l .'. 0. l 2' i t.%I; 2 ., '.r i 2 ll1, ni'll
nim21 2ed vocet, bespak' p p1 ir, "Oh, D) octor, ro up 1212 ll e t,,and while the :1nionola e Itoce 1s1om teLtd w n h.' ,tC, "" 12,3 3ra b22 hIs titiI o 2'"o.".pl '' "m J a .i the1l h rn
t hoese osue rely lore ouf r n1e. I not discc,'iI l. 1 ",' lo t 'he englos tit oentneiI t hoo o ol c seI .,, w l te, a L d l 11 icool 2.1 5i 2i ', ll' i r o t: 2 .Ie .m h Ith ..stl t o u,
anmtoo shorlcsighcLted. 1 w..,,i 'I ... Ii," ''.'. ,-I i 'n i1f-- - '- Is t-e mneati" is thilon, or "2,,. ,, 2. I lt ,I 1222 ,,cI' 11 1:' '12 2" 'l %Vll :n
1 ,imtoo sl.ori.glh.ted.lw. I ** .. *" ... .... l..:o e p oil' the iies, then hang and ,fle. lt e ..... r ,l, -.' ar -,..d, ,.,.l ... .. ,i, 1,. ,, 'Ill, a1 ri ;
Ili" deeds of men, o ll ... .lu0 2 I' J'l i ,;., ...., 1. I to .n I s iis full I atl GoI w. m ,ni i tI c .....I 22l. '. w h, 1 2 i ,.. n 1h i- e
"Ta heBtliem, tht .2 2. 2 1.0 '' u ,, ,.,. i -U .. .I. II.L_ ,ll ,, I i 'O,'hi O.' 2EY. GEORGE i. EDw KDS wds born Sept. 2J, ' * *s I. t It.1'-'1 ,,211 t i' r, ).rnilg i of .5ti Sept., i , ', ,
turning said : 1 ..... I -"' i r '. i....... th . ,,,. l e may be boile 1807, Ilaed die d Aug. 1 th, 186. ..I. lt, '18'2. '.. 3.e.2ti o 1 l4'" l 0I0. 3y.
into the woe d witlhnoindist position of body, but down nd the i, .I I i...' other uIes, or for c lii he j oino the 1 Churh, and '. . .e -1s .
thli mind is diseased ; no mood of kindness thee next killing. s 2 2, iltocrwalpobla0 nd lienra li le to i re l; I nc l i 2 2.1 i' i.... '1,0 A. 1,-i l,',l I
dio' us,s benevol, on'd, bni all thy lifeAls Mr. Morton ulls me-he learned this plan froni labord fnih'full3y oand accept, -' ,,'l' an id ,fhs'1111.' ii I[ l ed..4 I 1 L.-- ---- --- I---------.
fringed with c.,2king crod s ., of,ll in others.' a, n d ll r'y e' W d s1 1.. . -,,1 '2,1 t l .,', -, 1 ,,l. 2 ,,, I 2 '. 0 b'i r1 t a'.ed e.. and 10 ii c o
,111'lo h of 'ugust with it variable tvI0:oi s. E ory ',at' ' ... 0'2 I of Iit o '1" I2 1 i 'ill, : I 2. . ' . !.l l oct. 1 1hfil. 1, iI
0010who oss l ii 5 1 crfhletrolho , Volete 1e1'w s 23a20pslh 5Dd 23Jh 1 -ltog'i w eh c 1 .l b '''''' 2 -2 ,- 'o -r- 77cI los. 0 -11-, 2121. b, 1112, in
Come HMomus Lnfold thy tr Sires. It, - .' .. 11. lie ha nevs r o ;-I.. I the sait to G i.X luniters. l .i olpt indlie l a' 01201 ewhioh n1122 t o ', .>I- of ,1 M. '. rIh01h
...... 1tin tIo lihelda t th o'e ooinm f to s Yddlt. 0,2. '22.11 w0.' '2.1 0 v 31 ', ,I, 'tt 2, 2 , ct" .i 35 5' 0 di,
1,l,,. f., I i 1 i. ,1i .. ; hers i .... a .. ,..,, t, I I .. l ,h-e ..... . I i i to ll d. h n to Yorkl. w n, alind r'- r lhi- .'.- i ; ( '- '- o I .,uu ty _.: . eat a y y vrs she.
ones for the sangiui t e and passionate 11.. .. ,, ,I, .. .- it ., I i .. .. ,..,,,ne.. d with iill after the b0ittlel bool re Rich- iaueai.. ha l ; v;00 .,' t I ,. of Cul oien c0. and
come purple id black, wlil each claim ,,i , ,.1 . : . '. tti ,, .. ... i, -t is satis- ondas ,H was helovec 1 .t,- :-r-ie n-," ', -- a I: -- ,I 0.h 1 2,V t.o li o ti
advocate; "divers fm en divers mni ds" I'-, I ... .,: 1 : *, ,.20',' 1.., ***, *'" I i;,2 1,2 *,1.1. 2;2 I-. 11_111, hmd t wt'oehi t h hi' s 81 r'. 81i, 22 th 1''
-even it ........IlI,,II 1 ,2, 1 '. ..'-'tr Iti -1-'1 I .,I.. 1,. I I., I II I,,h,..lI.i. I I I-_--Ir.It. I1hl nlh CrI ito dl-le'hrt (II '522002 11211d1200 yh,1 1122.102 1221.120212111
en I re ce betweenhis mei .lt and t ihe'bI st winter I, i. i i ,,-,. .Jn, i i ,, t I', i 5 '. i d r i I ', . 2 lOri ti pf ience and su !ion' :', : > nr iln
by selecting come il lfut." cured b con- i, hat ita, at .i.. itsflvor ,, ,,_ ,, . ,,,-.', 35I y, r f his ,ge, r ., ho a A ox.
S All the packages are opened; all save one, and tastes a litl. old. lI I. l..I 1 saw was h. ., I. I ,' 11 ound- Thcirctiction, aad example of- hi pionlspar nt1
and when the last wrapping is taken from. .thle ly -id salt enoughsi. .. 'a rance ool ,, 1 ,,, ,, , , i,, .1 , n i ,n. In early .ni. ,h. .d hi
rose-colored glasses, how. few ar e t here who living been cooked -i ,- .. ,,'I thesame charging a battery. ,,. ,_ ,, Ona r ' , '' 12,, s one o ,"ily t: I 7 jn ,onx .c'Ki.o.uarIFc s P,: s a ,n' John L. ar1d
.. t lloir 1iess. 'carls ,ar1 not found ill in 0. ho was compelled to .- I,,. d y and y 1Inight, t Le t ,.,i- ho 0200120 i 21.' .,. . ya ,s he l I r, died ,,,I, |i,1ilnInail'.,22 of t1,: brain 1, i ept.
1ese, ni th do hoist, cha acters luste', i W n this plan was published last spring, I ly theo de of ..., I, till death put :tn a ,, doubt, s ot.his, acce .... ia vry 1 2 in hi. 1th y r.
Irwl se, neither do s (oic liwaa i2_tt was atsk ,lt bI living that the mneatlei gpI ..r-. 'nd to 12 i llr..r...., . ... ; -i dyan drpl n,),,Iio t a:.d rtrin i g1 '. ral and "- 1 'ni e t o;i,, *;,ind '.I ..i!,' wih 1it Croe Ii.wI
>aw ils; bIt there io e 1120 1 ./ 2,d toi nte i hotni worh01. "I*ly d r d.n I 101 o o coooe wo ti les .I". ly di tre -ed in mind, J. wInl t h, .to l, r1,., til i ,0- -,I. t,,lt liin..., a aI .. .II I innoc t, '1,l,,,ii.:'- I, h l ,l hi1 , itrd
L.ionces, indicate the se i te rs that tilll U0 .kncw , .. ,111'. 8 .ubbs, and was nolt. 'lihi. 1lB t, ala I I i!' r1 : h. 1 1 ,I ) , InI 2 !t , n', ,,i,,,i atlly aralilt l td wl.' -.u,.lta id. l w e "l. "i 2 i', to abicni, itr
, ... .! ,,I .i.... ;;. lee" 'tIlhu. es.s. Theioi r, paidid to 2 l 'e fu' ra ted whi at le s ai1i. 1 tell his M l teiild amil t .y t t ,, e diped ris t r2 i2u2 et, ,re ar'o y ', i, .h wanI. s of Ill,I a,' d lo.iii I 21 .1. iu .kin g
.,I, ,,. ,, i.i. ,,. i ... %... "goirden kn ow Mr. Morton and :'r s ih-id. Ol. rs mi y as a 1l2r21iun, llll o.f laith nr.d ,.,,;1 S d ''. ,r i 0 r:, il 1 ha, I, ,, s children bIiki..:' d in to that p .' f r 1 .str.' iiar .. .itr he t1 lv0 eool,
ilt li.e gel 'I I .l..2 2 2 .., -. 1 ,1 3 lrl oito l ot i blo t s 1 l2 i iti i I ol d .tle I II.ii'm 'id in tot i fi ti' .012
- , hourl i ,,. 1,h,., , or ..e, a. .. Du.y-st ll dol t,'s ill doubt t. "s d r l.^r dh "itl l, d p. |; l dl.-. W, ' i ;,.. r .d .1. i t lh l , i l , ., h I" i 1 1 I .!lI.I!. I. -l l .. a
Hiii.IiletoreIllnediulihid c1.'is-'2'- I 02ll'hlelsw (221 i'soo, 20,,i it'. ''il I2 1'r lI ;f1tnls121 .- . I ,N er. 2 J 1 3l
i-li'ale,1I n t i oil of 1 ''ev1, l,,whicl ,ette r l(withGd i. ,... ticG tod's tI i I O 1020.2" o u looit f rnofetree;io,1 novu:..2 0212I Ie I f I I-t '_ -H I. .. .1I I
; l,e';' .<';ilet lit .i 2'i eI ( t':od 1 I I I. I ,- the111' bl;-,, 2 1. N '2100 of C,, r loll ro ,2le lnillo't o ird th ;i 00 2, 01 ol' sI; 1f, iii' Cl l l
. ,dI Ib... I ..,,14tors mllu y 1 e lurt yet, and those ,inIe ,.o lllt nl-rrt, t .t 4vvtnlyo rwi, t"of h lit ,ist i e eva c of' the highest tt l l _h _
( eb, lIvors 2d, .xeil,.i, e Lc. , .... I i. g sive the high plieq i o sal2 as the un20e2 i,, ,, seos,, d a i i,, ,- . i. TT aT]o'o ....' .i ..iT,
-fo',lniltil 2 Ihillti I1 0'l 'c 0113y 6g 20 1 I,'Ic ll,...iyI.1 3 ni it, hroil2 thec I w l wy eh, l- II' l '0 7'' 'i f 110 I
,ea.i!! art hou >wh-re'r lily fg ltu eason fori ra tsi eg tle rice of their rn to t : ,us nd. l d H.i s relisi,,us ri,ri.i2le -.,-- -s--.. ITo a jita.nt1. 1io::a P. JIl).i iv a Conm-
, l irt,- ex linlg oris, lihow Ib, n lul ] t i ,h, uiI nreasnahible rl't2es, may lern lh'.t on3y is lhe 3,,undd upon (od's word, Iwl.i,.h 0enover 2co!2.2 o,,2 rl nt h, l
)ow be1autiiul Le tti~ p"'.io 1se od or the 1,pow e11w policy. N. i) UeIEI 1Y 10 n 0ised wi th tho world- ll eno.idenvoled to to,, n til ; 110a o i:r L tL XT'li.i,'r. wa lorn inll .1(2 i-n10 Ittt In ith. dh IN, 0on r 'h tl rie t d, ,l th.Ort 3'l.
,o [,, I tll ) ol d's o c ` "obb ...i .. f, 12ri en 12, ,,1't0,2 .
to feel and aopo2r sia'le. [' I dumbus 3m. 1his chidenld inl tl'e way they ihoul; I,,: a lrd G 1. .) v . 2 and died l i l ': v 2 1' SI28Sd died at C r g taabb h h. i,l 1ha i,.t
And dosYs ourlis iion wear. Jll iw.y lti; a ______ ___ _____..I __ ow- .d his ht;, ilydici.lib. 1 1 W ll G'1- -l 2'1*, 1 I N ... Iliain, t-',ll'.2 ]i, f1ly a d iful ,l nitd
i I 1 0, 10.1 i I 11t..t g%|Ii !.'l, I io ,c0l. In li d.l-alh hii I ied *ldit,,t ". . ol.-i.ho .' I e ' ^ in t .t.3-
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, I l 1e i 'l l n ey you,3 I 01 aI'I annv ai 1iioitual .uidi the Ohu Il'h 2 an2112 Ii.iiIer, l.. 2 ''2 '. 'i t if 0 brIIt.and tll., o.I ', l '. '.1. brain. wo ilst
.iiliunc be loIg ,. d in ------- ------- ad.the country a true patriot. '"7n tai 1. lo !: noby 1nd3vIorind ... )t of Ec'.-livi
* 2..1l)-l iiieiil v i. 1 ' I IIgil 1 11-- I . 2 0. ii,'f.,i e .. 1 ,1 ,ien h oli'h n1.2 2 -ling Io ,X.bii ollnt
SarL oetOl O i oi y. 1 is i'. i liat atuune . MON T lL DEATI 01 UR. A CHILD i,, -e a n t fl i o. h- I ounlry. In o i. I .f ting ,, -. li utnt
N0- r 'Oul' 202i hdsiy ln'ic'o'ludh; ,,ON'I'lllED,.AT3 Ful ',I' iO F.A0elcfI 1l"nlry 12211 t.r ienb.rllwco Oli'. 10 12.,'12lot'.1hisn
our l l.. 6 ... ,,,.. .. t0l2---L i'.it, and' o .mifV t1.. o ni t,,. e l,-ac 0 .' ', 'l thi''nt
S ,. 1 i l, ,,ll t l, aM, i. ,.. : i, l .r,. .... o. l.h,., ; h d h a th -, n d t, .- : . ., An, ti ;ll t d.. ,ad ",! d uay ;',d ouo '"I'+t.. t
S. . j l-,rir tic., a gndi o liil.r 'O undllld. ]tc. F. Mf'i'tN *'fIc: R, on o o W o :,f.- L i ll..-n0ot ic 'cc i,'' 'Il'' s ''o!y ,1' o, 'ibt b ,
1'I..F.o.. ii 01.112 c'u-oOf...IV. i'-'loi' leo' 0. pfs,-Do221n,. 1e '1e ,1. . .
I, IooIllli e Ii' 'ue.' fO.'.01, trs lli. hL I Itre nnl l hI o, TuIlker, wth b. rn Noiv. id, 1 2 iS oIv l is tarri d ritI. ", H ,t hI '" wr- ci" ,..'"n in .'o I i. 2 ;' l '
l .ne. ti. 'n ly igh t.i ],ule,, |f,,n thorns .. d flesh wIlh dow, M -Bs,*A d. N i- ; b:t. dd ] ... i85-- a i ..... .. I.. .... .. ; .. *d o... .. l, ',r \I .. l,. '. n" t . '" . i
*Among all Giod's 1o1O<, we t13ay lnulbe'r F a al.u thltl2.l nip l '"ut.S v .Air, ,]. f W irrd TIo,,ok, K-q' --,:11 in 'il.Vy in th ,,l l:' ll ,l ]I. llI, :.a d lt hio,"g il.t o. vl'" i, w i ] 'i '
ehief,-- thankful heart "tLi tastes 1is gits Ggrdens w-th u. b..u r '... Inarl y y -ars .. b,,,i ,. i o' ,, sig(M Lt ,") 2, w ,th t.r. | t ,, ,"',r, a t hu,,t. 1 ,1,
1o o '',.i l "o otob oi s H istt G i loI'I 'l l-l rb it'' ' I l er y i ll"ti c uio i -Ioil s i 2 1 -, 'l ', b' ''1V212',. i t ', u i i'u. ,l v a d, l ,Ohls r13 "o thi''
with joy. . .. lorn i ,oty>, who. il dld ha sped I, ; urvive him tisi n ty het ha so i 1.2 y 2.e'"' ",r h tI o ti o '- "i:, ioh." .. .. i, d lu,,ot
' I,. i.. I. , i (. . I helr 'ou say, ISO eld- om l h ir Igil n l fth id - I, -, , ou loent m ei parl.ial, while T'1' a .y n l,! d e l A c l, bau d .' " ' .... "1 ..I I I I'l,, ; o"" I, "; ... ....' r m I'l l ,--'e. t,, h<.r,
] would have you, w rie to m ,0 0s 0 eho l d loved 'u h iI Cn CL., nd1t1 i2'' 111u ,o I' opl h -t" 1 : ,i . ,I .- s- , 1 1
his fellowmenb." Does thie g 'ni"'rene of i ate l cI. arks the bro,, ot ll m h l ar I i ihi's ef t, it H t l ,tt t Knnd1..-' ', 'i' ho A ;fii. n i Co. i,, 1l2 I, 1t I : e" 1 h
tin spread its vampire Wll.g ovt your eight? B. hYld a po| ilion in the i,.nit.ioay d,,artlnell; ll 2 s 'i t d E .ah',u '..I ( 'i, -I... " .'3 ., "'
11oes the poison that eoveI'omedl I b 11 ; ------- 'ille_ ward rletouro(d homa tid rai.,d a r a,-gu anilld I, I' i (_ ',.Ll, in Cuo]i co Ala i C11'ly il' ,ti" ,o II ,0;'I Und li, ld
ness, h nli nt your. prospects, and l .1 ,**..i t Ii Lor Ohil Sonliera Oh ri,.ic Adlvocaite. fllicieint compniry,. and repaired to theo t olst, ai I 'or I ]i'o.i'u 1 arso 1 1 2 ,' iuiic',' 2 d sii W ', lit.' 'Tl
out with every thing--your 'ioendd-yourself ? T.'. jH.E EARLY DEAl). remained there until their services '0 on0ed to i wI.a of a weak Then:take tly case to God I Kneel man, and Erh always loses by th e death of those dear d toeii io ,. I vi np-t i e ri hi ol n to' noth ie cl.o i '. such
ask for nobler thoughts, for holier aims ; pray children of the Church, in whom piety is early altachied to the 18th 'Gadborry's) 0. t1.; orintll *i Soui tt. .d withiloer, .. o ,l of
that from your eyes be taken the beams of developed. 'Let us tell of some such cases, that went with thiet ltegiIInent tlih:o;gh its stru01!02 es u2 !t. i th- -*.d tl Ice- w0a ei.nt' cd ,oei "s '. ,,' ..' T.. .,N wto'l,
selfishness, lhat cloud your intercourse with parents may be stimulated to train their to the himoorabltobattloe t Mansi as in 180; who I |V itto I wi were a Isot''thtei' d"i et rs 1 I" n, lhu s i1
2en ;-seek fand you shall find the heaven 3 children in religion, and that, theL little children he fell on, Saturday, leading with othrs hii, ,.,... a- .nd amorf t ,th I ,er ]on'w the both d e:s
panacea, thal, shall b rmo ize your soul s and inn learn to love trh ple h sant ps ls ofant hs of religion. tlial .b r angi never fo l lie ish 1e 't, i > li-lI, and w ,hld oftn t i,.0 i". "liow -orln2, ',..: br ..Vt "1o ,,,w i ;:!2 '. ral',
leach you to find ta .at of comfort at a inid all th Little Lillis M. Splann was but four year. old 1 I .. t i dit . t Z.n. l'ol loved to si; I i' ,.. By Il i"' *. ,IlItr'. w, h: i.-c let
.0,. l ... . .. i w i l she died, Sept. 15th, 1862. ShO was a 1 I. . . .. . .. ha left atros =u e . t pl n, t appypi .
. ,, , i.i i,.:,.' ] ,, ... i of M r. and "i' rs. W illis Spa n, of i .i --. .. ... a a soldier aitd r!': IVI- L il ii. i., he was ioel r hea tl i o conipla il, blut i Therdl Honlo r corii: -,i;i ii 01 'I, ,
,,- !* -C. She had a sweet temper, i1 tiin, iand to his eon itrym' en, an exanm plh' o i, l f bt, r 1 i< f; 'erin1s with *hrii n , A td To bh,- .n turf ,: wt-ir clay,,
S. l ..... and patriotum. He w s "ried in tl rav ,, .dwilh i t a 'g i;, . in And Freedmc..c >.Aall w il r.i..
] _.t igt lic -i ,I I," ... I ' ' ... I u1 iuhci a" ellt o .te l ,, at th Chur Iher h h h his emb -ilp. I sus "jto dal a'we ping ha hIe. '
-La Bowdoir. f r. I1. largo conuoursoe ofpoplel in attendance testily "' Chila in 17th eItg Al. Vols.. I, To d, of b
Ever amid her hlio i l .1 i. i, play, serious t-tho't ithimate in wlhidh e was held its- 1 n . ' .t y c I h d . o'
'-h .1, I, ., 1. .....|I i I. .. I .'' ind. ''The useful al.n. 1 - t ---- ---tndtsr of er Clr ti l ,oo ano their,
NORTHERN OPINIONU 1OF SOUI'"llERN IN ven0ing b.Ieolr laketsilck, she slid to her 5.-To A"tlanta Confederacy will pleas y. the oOtir, Uni',;:1 i. ,I publication.
OC1EY. iYiotber, "Ma,1i if was to d:o would you cr3 v r I----- --., 02- .' '. ..f i :2 .2 t 'c i .
A n ig i he b ost i,. I eiisodet'i (i,, If dIe I l go to ah oven." And 1now sheo it is .1 C. S 2 .. n', ife o W ) h .l2i2's -.. '' I .8 R.lie. : '
"ionwhih o ena ju sonson n l .in ,,m V01 Je n ,b I : . 2I I y.. r. j nI- lh.,. " i dw. ... a
i 'si S i t eU .,ite U ii', Ai' i I i l Colv l l,- heaven to i Be h lo loo h vr, i yun . . .. .1 0. o ... t Io, i d -il l i ,'1 1 s I j o t"
1 ,e2ii... .fI, 1 U o d. 1 2,0 1 1 v, n- her littlehiart r w s full o f lo t Jisu oId sho ,' , ," ', ', .. i ' ,a i n jind a h N..
io p ned e ii it, New York re 1 t al i ;loc lo, n 'i n i. 22 v d 1 ti l. ' i t ... a: 5 n. .. .7 I -..2 's .i" :;c SSizcc :. '. ;oi
1.m2ve itio .'( I so pc u ''cli Ill lose itio 1 love hi's cId
1,1,0 I lili I ll.J.i'.2-1-1e. vcitealIyr.II!-
it si of 52 I h ..,;. ,, i lt. l, ould often reiy oi t i leotlov o'le. pit and t and uo lc d tIe I :'' C 0 1 2 2
S -ly i . iu y, Ltl love lthe i r, re tla. c ho the ..., .. ,r y pt s 1 l. !,i i,t . . . , ,, , . --
Irenairks od ft.v i 2i 1ui o ol OULh, i it ''l Sou thh lol c so h ,o ' i ,. 7[i IV 1vI ii'I ll t ,i I ,r I I- . .i 1 Ii e e',

th ne ,0e ', tia 1 l g otli hi recN i,, l r.,,l. B ,.o e.e. 2,2 1a 'n tho ',.lahvo mI 'o c l; i n i 16 ., ; k t n I 1,I
fr t. The opinion Iralkly x. ,resed by 1r la o tl s lt ws , . .with sai. tory I r i. oo t'lIah tsr 2 hf I, tll ,hd 1 .;, , ,, :
front i t. nImd f l ij-1 t -itd n of ho+ 1 o fI hi ag ". ,-"IO lnoejuiihs lnNf -thig w as ., a ire' 1-11 gd ,o I y, , h l t h I a, o1 f heT
tnl, d lev s . .. ll r t sg.t.l.s i VI .Il, farew nll to bi w .r a,- i ,. h r ..i and ,o ,,'r., d.1 l g. it", o o I ,,- I = I I ,; T. j UI A-, l-re,.

of I.. . .... I .I dne.I eI s 0' td, t'. e tp.ii.ores t i ,, t p ; - boo eo 'r_ '' 2' n-, -l -_ l, ' lo.
soui -'10111 iS iohe to f nd Ico mine, h oll iio..t., EU- .Ic.sod oC I b 2 lo I .2.
d .y2. ihe it-..or .er ;e i i.., ,.0.a .. ill.... o o andts 1 .cti::s o s 1'oc . ...... 1,. .l..
_,oroducel t oefl t.soi' 1 iuch 2 12 1 t a' d ,' AII tl . d b "it.. 1 1 ic hayI uboud in d o, d h .ey "r f o,,-,,,,it >, i.l. oO .... o i i 'i-3-'- 0 '- . i .... .
iio l .otd.'..L0'Iool'llN. ,iiroyt.t.'dI.. ..I'. '' S.2002,'! .2 20221 1112.1 cI..,..1 2,. . . ..,- .1 ., II do
lctl h dU l ithn' Si a t h ei' olc solo i t 'it ol l- lIom p n y 1 ro m 1 2 20,!nw'n t. 0 ,t-o ,i ,on,.0 i ,1, '. i" .i 2 n i l
"o ', ...,r t o s ill ic o t .e r e l u .i e t p ,.o~e o ft ii."i i h ',!r .ol adl0 1 2 t. ( .,s i 2 ...,II 1 ii ", 2'.'.,'r1 1,'S l t ct. .o o. ilt1 o h o i l i ta o 1 -i' to ll" I 'ic '..'..'i t', 1 ii' 2 1 1 o 1 \ , t i 1' i i, .;.if.... ;i f . . .. Sb -t 'Iii
as oell dera 3 t' ie n lth.oi O fe an h and oi ll.tat 0 0 2" _. 1i 1 i 1 .i1 , ',, '1 1 i tol l o u l Il .,,.,d ti ,ite o oio, i' ', c c G .| ,' .Iw.l. Oi t ,,l-
I>rolle as 21 ,1 ic zi .1n iti ll bit oi i oini o diii lol -.', ilhi, sb- 2 ,'.0 year,.^. Oh1 1.1 '' n to 2od. tt ,w iw ,< ,,, t1. 7 01 'h1,., S '. t h), .l*doctn-' bc C l. .; .. '. ,,,, .t o ,
,2dl I 0 2,210 ,.0 l e i ,. I of l e. 'i ullr Ii ill es lor twoo 'v,'oy i nK was d 'har t "- a i irry .i - : "t C I ,.,,. . .. ,
I I con' .. n! io t h e i dientiil hood re q ^ :p lei el ic a n toa n o i, It o l and doeoi o b le tr-m..nrout 203. tI 11 *:'; ou In wfo1" 1. '12' 'o t 1 ., 2 0,i t

cootrtliowl nitiS.oi tc.. owed i"ti' i t I e ,oulo t o h-en 21 101h 'I I lt "oi ______ .....-___ 2",-t-l'oo ,-i uis ',a,.. A ,,>r :. ; "II
-ocit d l ufitof -al0 (ontein I totol l i ( e ocet fi0 in0 tW.W 'td on Y oi 'll .'. '") l. nle or idoIrde C ln 'islres' ever 'i'.tl i '' _I I
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t rio t a no i lo C, e O s' loo t' olliti 501i.... 2 I I _ _ _ _ _ _w _ _ __r _L_ _ __.._ _ i e 1 tlo si,- an.p ato. l C o I S il b 1 0 0 I. Id. 4t0*.011. o '
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