Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: January 15, 1863
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Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED BY A COMMITTEE OF MINISTERS, FOR THE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH.


Vol. XXV-I No. 3. Augusta, Ga., Thursday, January 15, 1863.

S r.,, ,.. c... ..a...." Wshiton, to go intoeffet within the pext functions. Another compl a improper For.- haseeen -iefl as p'pilo in the Inatijo i
TO A.N I'INERlANT M INri 'll[t I.. weekiortwb. Formidable fleets are hovering treatment by an officer. making ,t ,n.,onsitent lion i.thr,in the part ,,:, nCB iear, anrd the r
whiy -.,'fLl.ai Ide ,, hom'j'-.fith. trsr.vg.r around our coast, large armies are in motion with his self-respect I. remain in the Cl i..I.a ns. .'oaa.ranti:. rm r l .1 a.r le t, rpont that ihe a
SAnd w alt'r a- Vrl.F'i'itr'y.''r f .V" along ouf frontier, to carryinto effect thl Presi- though h* was emin.rniil) u.sful in itl, sen re.-. r,.r will p,. f-..il ,ese. td::.ri r* elt itheclaim
W Fer i'N l rsnu .i r ..i..ots h..l.r4S ..i-. .t ,, r1 dental Proclan.ai.C.n .- ti.c rico-,nt. .'-ur i opl].: Threehavereturned in .e ehs.iu "eese,:f ..- nr or 1i l-,ie C..r.ter-rn', uporl ter, i, i. Ie lullire. I,
And property, our iIl t,. arn 1i1,1 .I ts' it U utterly disqualifying them lor that laborious We bespeal rthe hearty .sympathy and co, .
l',rg.. Oi ; r....--.', t,,.r I t.-,..r .- tion. Standing face to face with this abolition- service. The Committee hope their plies will operation ofouar people iu behalf of this valua-
i e. i. o- j, r. I. r, ,s,.- ,,A.. t isipg despotism, in the spasm.of its lsst demon besupplied by others. Our soldiers, many of ble Institution. S
'P "Thr ciar-. rid t,'e...... t i.l ,' i E,~',-' t'. ~ energy, and on the eve of the mighty events whom remembers of.ourcommunion,.must be ,u3KALoosA .FEMALE COLLEOGE-The 'c.*:n.' i
S- which are to transpire within the next ninety supplied with the ministrationsof religion. teeware gratified to be Aule to report lih.it i ti
Go, e.)i.Ii.. ",.ter, and warmest affection,, days, the Alabama Conferenep feels itself sol, 'hibiCoinaittee regret .exceedingly that our Institution,. notwithstand.ing the m., i.,.rrMas .-
."r nm n, \ '1n, m r, enily r.i .pt.i., iv -.unam-.',s.l 1i )t.6-'l .,.t I'urshing HIouae is within .-t, enemy's ments ofA.he times, continues in successful ope: ti
SO ..Ir.ri r.i.'. I.'' .,. 'i., c .n,' ,Ar. r 1' ,* -rn-a' h:. '1l r- r. ,rl-[l.: 'J .n-r, as the chaplains and colporteurs stand ratidti. -Members of the, Board -whp attended, c
communion u representst, the voioeeof encour- greatly in need of its tracts and other publdba- the-last examination pron -..r.'e ii i,'. a r 1 er" w
Their harmles, t heclhanges of life shall roll toinsl agement, the exhortation to patience, unfalter- tions; they hope it will soon be redeemed, and highly satisfactory. The I. I .. r. ltib a,-
.1 ,: ,. ,, i i ..,....i i- .1 ing trust in God, and unyielding purpose to that its presses will be set to work to supply the department, one eminently useful feature of the T
.i tl,. *.(. ',I l .u. .. 1 ...- JI, ,..,- ,., ...Ir,.-, maintain the institutions, laws, and religion of great desideratum. They have learned with College, elicited warm expression of;.gratifies- ti-
F..i-. ..... ,, ) ,,,',,I ,,.i, r' t..nu the fair land of our inheritance. Therefore, great pleasure, that the editor of the Sothern tion, and.in the judgement of the Committee
', I 1 IE. beit Cristian Advocate has made arrangements to justified its claims to a more extended and ol
____ Resolved, 1. That we entertain a full convic- furnish the army with bundles of that excellent generous patronage. :m
S- n rLo the iU,tce oi oir catr. in the present weekly newspaper, which is read with great There are:now ninety'for studinis un the
S the Soiuther Christian Aslcte. *iler,ie wsar ;-i, ll cc.nvin,,on of the power, avidity by the soldiers. Liberal perons h;,e Tr,ntituL,:n and the;r health bhas been exallent. ;t
TO J U fICF ABOUT "QUESTIO' S EQB and wisdom and -royidenoe of wh., 1-ol.ds coci;huired money for tile purpose (f iduppl ng Tre damesLiC arraogemeonts ar mers admjr able, m
THE I,IME' itn i lnn a Il tbeilesuieicepi.r A ,,l.. llise nitje- the army withthe vahlubleputalicsti,.n Treato. beii5 r.ier the c:.o-tLrol ,:.f addlei'usj matinir.. t,
.. Wll...it it-..ir.r.t:,.- to reply to my erie-, .l i,.s u encis whit,. corr.r.l t-,n.ri.sr, strdl- also, have been issued, in large numbers, by the President himself being suceessfulin per a
artic I'., *l)u-i.. ; i.:'poses a termination of our sions, andwho can and will work out complete Societies in Raleigh, Petersburg and Richmond, veying for the Boarding Department. at
correspondence. Although I am ready to dwell deliverance and illustrious destiny even-though and much good has been effected by their cir- At the suggestion of the Board, the cash m
upon these important subjects at still greater along the path of national suffering for that culation. The Committee would commend these system has beei adopted, and works well. ol
length, yet I have no fondness for controversy, people whose heart is perfect toward Him." agencies of usefulness, to the consideration of The Committee have also the pleasure of re- o
and am willing that what have wri-iten shall 2. That we hold undiminished ronlidence in liberal and zealous Christians, and especially to porting that during the. pat'year, the Board S
remain upon record without contradiction. A the administration of the ConfederAte Govern- those who are engaged as chaplains and colpor- hIs promptly paid the interest on the Thomp- n
few words only are necessary to a proper under- ment; in the wisdom, firmness a1d executive teurs. Such of those publications as o03dbctrinal son Fund, and that they declare themselves i
tiautir, 'if"Shi.- -elst.t.:r. Lih. e ,. :ii, ., h Ituiii, of the President; in the well-tried valor and other grounds are suitable for distribution ready to meet all Conference clatis upon- them,
other .:. ,:..ii armies and navy ; in the noble and ever in the army might be procured in large numbers, growing out of.the loan. -
i **J.,.:. 'Ahlio.u,ted, 1seidl. eino' ',itll iflt,. m-r..'.iAt-sl id-r.it,n of our women ; and in the to meet the wants of our hospitals and camps. TheBoard express it ,.r r ieosht ..:. i'." aI
nporn .i- a-a.'-,. genii-.l [I.it of -tiriotio self-sacrifice which so In conclusion the Committee suggest to the ministers' daughters I.,.vo evsled th.:mselve .: w
I wrote--""I ,, e' .lcre-.-.d ise dtJ,lt.-ient ub I,.r el tih-a; ,11 lthe .pl ar heart, and which Conference the propriety of adopting the follow- sb. R i .trae pronded for it-rn I b the Co.n.
jets in six articl-r It ,r,. it-1.nte,, I has rl in,j ti-. ei, ce. it, i;n the spirit of extortion -ing Resolutions: rer..-e ati tu, lost ltaion. i
disc,-i-!i ,'. ,-Jfl.-rr.I tr ,tj.l.' i.- Irn ithe bhr,- ard there, which loves money more than 1. Resolved, That the Alabama- Conference ThesuccessfulpeepetuaA r or fthe i.'"iltege ,r. q
i,-t ariit I .,1 lu-'iI. I I "'n-I.r. I h.,v. d,.e jod and country, and is ready to enrich itself duly appreciates the courtesy of those officers troubloustimes:is attrnhuLseis e.iad. a fititc.i ng
cun3ed .'n a l.-ier nit l,- I., ," -cl I'tr,, er :.r ai. te expense of the widows and opphans of and private soldiers in the army, who have Providence, to the indefatigable energy of the ii
mayhaaat.et'at..,p.,-,sr.tS. '.lic.-. i.'~ites ilh.. reiry men who have died on the field of bat- extended facilities to those members of the President. The Committee recommend his d
rt:, t.e u tii,.:- dlif, :rn nuu.L.w al.. I r-pV I.* 1-i-i.. -cure the foundations of all property. Conference who have been employed as chap- appointment to the Presideney of. the Institu- tl
trmnlnthaon .-..rniwh- n ththi t ,a Isiuir-i' .. 'nat while we entertain no alarm at the lains and colporteurs, and hope that they will tion. o
rn.jai ..-.i. and i r-1. _.., ,1 I";. ti,-i ,lr .l. aliit .,,r.t-,., which threaten the country, and agree continue to aid them in the discharge of their CENTsENARY INSTITrUT.--Since .ur 1 .-t ani.aul
relate-s to -.u.t'ec. an-d tin Irhe I- l pi, I ,.:-,tl.-I in sentiment wIith those who despise responsible and difficult duties. meeting this Institution has -Jnd-r .:'ine *'iie ,e
ubmi'lt th As the great question is,- 'What is ,the threats, and will battle with the power of 2. Resolved, That the Conference recognizes mc.i C ln-. m eu necessary by the -.:'r,.i.--n .
Irmin;'-r-.'Ao who-what person-said so and so.- the Northern despotism to the last, on the other the valuable services rendered and sacrifices of-I .- --. -... -I i.-' state of the times. ia
Sli. ..;tiii iA -r.c..I-.':mi,r; i i it.' ,r I,:.. -.,, hand we are opposed, firmly, stubbornly, out made by those of its members who have been Rev. D. C. B. ConnellIy, who .I. ,i ,i .ib-' ,1
sanoerit,-i 1. Ir ,- (,,. i. a "-'i and out, firsthand last and forever, to:.11 I ..i, ..tph.:.-.. in this work, regretting that any of fully presided over the Male "i.-1.it.i'', i i.r.
Whart I .e. -. ..W' r Wi L... ,...--cr ..,bI i ,.....'' of reconstruction, come from what quarter them have been obliged to leave their fields of ige gog ne into the army, h.. p,.:-- 1 n, r. o
to secn..m >te ll Lt.e :-, i, I,.ui.. .'-.i; L te they may.', The Stattsofthe North can never usefulness, and hoping that the Bishop will i. *I r',e i F.-v.,T. S. Moor, r- r p.rr fir,.
urr.inrod inar-i. I [i nottheperaoecaHinghim- give guarantees strong enough to bind.irrespon- able to supply their places, as well as appoint 'I,-'...- ". r 1. F-oilre i rI-- r.n, iain
sUl luiin th. it I r afterpI n an after truth, and ,.1- ,-r ..t;P wi,,,h. rule by the power of the other tnen to this great work, whenever applied fibers sixty four. .r r n -ro ir :f.:r -r;- r.:.' the t
I[ EiL-irj'. ll til Lt p- it no force in ali ,'t.., L... \\ rnti-n conventions and-constit- to by the prope authorities. Trustees, the payment of tilinterest on the r
that "Justice" oi.g.. --I. .- "Inquirer" is tions are mere waste paper to Congresses and 3. Resolved, That the Conference recommends '*.*..'... r .' r p ,lmioaur h', L.e.:n c
"dri-ring at." But if he is so-particular as to: Presidnts who are hacke.l Ly bueb ,f i ..i--tih nuAfr..r ,' -iwr communion to nake liberal 1 sOlt...Lr,til ., i. ir ..- p.r-i:'--th..r ,i d
-per:onalitaIh v y -doi.'i ..' r.u,' it'i Si ,, l..r.- .' 4 n. .itlnti aay in Ihe tit.ri-, ** di-ed.-l, ..r,,.rar .ia io ., fr.i the work of suppliing ith it b .:... t .b :,Lr.:.'i. -
to hira in the -rire an.1.i]-I .l t tirle' woauldJ hare to be 'fought over bT ti,e aimr.y itn ci.ies of the 8. i. A dv'r tinr.-. [ I'. i l..ir t t.. :.T'.- i c m.m t. teel boinr.J tI.
2. SMz.T, read.,rs of the r-..c.-u. rwho,,r ii.:.n rir, eI ior th.- )u'h : and again thebloodof her and copies of the Word ofGod; s. I that the iit :v t .. i, ih:l ot orn rit 'he I.gCb ..t'
I havebhearderr.rc.?ed i..iaetree'iSh .lu-lnc." r,-.lri.t -m nrwould flow like water. Indepen- members of this body be and arehsereby c.:.-et,.- I crtI iiit-. le tmn .oairradit. -nd i.y
when Ihe ys that u**In.irer'e' .t.-iiat.'t.na pror.- .licr.s su-1 nolbing else. and sn.:thing less, is touted agents for the reception and trarntmsiet.i.n hol. ia th.ie[ Trul-tcs and offi"t, of thioe lTn-
notmlia' alih:.ugh he kn)wA .:. ..... whlo igfi-,. ,. bat the S.:.utherni.'.,ntf-.er.~ev irants, demands, of anyanoneys thus appropriated. ,tii.t.:r.i that'have :--.:evd tehis l..r. h.AculI.
With h m niisnt any r-.in.D-n,ng un-:.ur,aJ. an.i ,ir,,ie .i:. must nind- atil h.r- 4. Resolved, That the Rev. Dr. .oDrman rind carry .,',,in e.-.. fLih. the.r f-r of the Cune
J. **.'iuie.-."'magnar.imr..udl5 r.Irrct. r:-, ch..i 4 T -A we b rreby pledge ourselves to the the Rev. B. B. Ross be, and are hereby appoint- track which s."- ih,.u i,-y would apply the
of er..r-oi ,, .: urr;e I jga'ri *[r,.lun re euntyi is u:e a sll oir influence and strength to ed a Committee to receive and appropriate all interest annually to the payment of the'board f
4 4 *".ue idmrni that' 'doctrine. ihay b encourage and spread the vital spirit of religion moneys collected iri conformity with the .-...t. lte .-iu.Ltrl ,* i.ur itr, -ii.t; prr.:.hi .'. r 'hl.L
pronvedil t, .c.ist.: -.i i- '" ..'. r,,,,.... ,g the people, assured that this is the un- going Resolutions lbe- "'n "ri r .ri e i '1.: the .l- i .-i.r- .e
In tie mirnalt ot hill. .-i, r 1-1..,, .i ,- I .-.c source of the highest patriotism, as it is Tuos. 0. SUtarERS, Sec. "'* t o I ,l .: i .:-r, arit iO i' r per-.
we cn e -,a .r ioe h.',I i. I ".( t p-.rential spring of all unselfish excellence Auburn, Ala, Dec. Oth, 1862.. u lt. i ,r' 1 r- P r.. : r r,,tr ir.t .,'r t
agree with "Inquirer" if ho will produce an- of character--of all rectitude in conduct and. ii. r,,h, .., ..r ..- .:. 1.l e I,tuz, 1
"express passage," with its cognaee, to prove p-ice- in suffering. The white heat of the "* -- dany abl r.. r r... r.:. r ., I.
that the ir.r:or.,.,t-l.' -rn.. -rr-..- a. .-' ond the i,, .. meay h n ic-Ia- to burn out the dross REPORT OK EDUCATION. matter. 'T.. i, :r ii ,,-: iji t :-: .: i ,:-1 '
reach ofn *r v i c ib, ii.-.-, ,rl --...:-,J by spe- I b I,, p ..i rs. I n .1 ,,, in au'. inil-, r'.,"'--'Ju.i l .1 -rr.r.' t r,"n- irun-'.At ,- -ii- -ai -
eiaal act withdrawing the offer of salvation. 'That ,.e it i,.,r, .'r. i' ..-. ;.j J r.,i b i . .rmn e on edes tion td l .. e .:- t...-.. ..' rt ii e. .:a. '. r
S, h f - h.-e t r11 fnd stear the close .:.r m% pr, ,- f ,oitia il iedet, ipt,:-,i, ut, .. I.: p ,, t t an 0 is e present d.ai.uIt.,, .tLi a c i -1 i r., ._is, t, ., o t ,, ',' hf-
article. ,:. i an ia .o ril .- ** ill a-i ,1 i . .l t it,, .r rae hIt ,.' r . iti. '-rn, ..its unhappy ,iOu,...up r. f.- |. I -i, ne ..t ...'f the
tihe l.-,i oit Iliat nl..l rl.lt Bilt Lte lo ithe h,rliE,t an I r,nduring good soaral interestsand institution,. thy fir,,l ,ut' o.or-. .sI I
**Just,.c'" gi.es me nte ,, sr'i thaih I had ti coming generations." little connected with the cau- .f ,..ia, 1t .. o,., ,. i tov that the' Pr.e-..ri keeps
an -errbrrasimg urndert.lii.' Plh,.r Int eni 5. That we earnestly recommend to all the it 'in s bounds 'that is cl.ir.n t ,:.ur Ith i,' rueer,,.ng e.l-men t n cr.:n r.ir. and
barl..- rwnt Itha. which vo linoi r n,".ih-n,r. Aoutwi r.mlership within ihe bound.1. th. r' .- literary institutions ,ne sE.-r.,g mir-..r hb :- el,.;r .r flsn-,.'. tb.in .rtewi
until .nd ,r,orma... y1 of th ct er.,ee t call upon G-a, .onti;rall. n en t though money wac necer e .. t..aun.lr Lr- i.r,g te -up-.--.
t, *Ju-;.ce' ,a:l.tra uat be ,.'e eL.eer.c ,ci;-.l .behlving prayer for ilt, huaserl) i ,Jnr an.j fore.; Our male Co] l ges eel there CalaI.ie i, C.oru,.t.,- I.-..:,mior .j iLh t th- Rev. DIr.
S,,Crue .- Lt.J been dealing at him"--he has mighty protection in the. present critical more heavily than any .ther ,::.l. .and need all Rt.-r, ,id R'- I `. lior,. le "p-..-:.r-'et.- to tae
bern "asst l d." lnAt i-b-e h. aiud -..m lthl ng arffir of the country; and, ft.rA h'n,,re, that ith It-.port our pC-.ple cr, b.l..ito p,,;5;.,ne ..l t.,, r .-:.-.: i n,i. ,,i..:,t .
an-. lu.4uire i' hu. i-phd. H,.---JithE"-Ii- ,he let Friday in April o eobseri . i, dsiy \.:.our ..:.amlt.e, ther- ..-re, rlegrrd e Withon- Tis qL..,cr I; 1- rcr,. i, -- ftr., C,.rnmittee
clearly puts himself in the affirmativesand he fasting and prayer in special. il-i. i-p.nce i. the cern. the act, that Sb, 'ns at our I iendt is happy t lrn ite ,,t r ,t,. In .tu a in iope
ays that "the affirmative v nd theoanus certainly state of the country; shouldpass by ourLtb, ,ri,thier u1..e.anset end roi.:, in t ,-'r,.t:rt .-i...t, it'e fru t.;.- hatiig
gotogether." HIle,therefore, takes the onusupon, Respectfully submitted, their sons to.other:-firlef.rig i..e I.itu.rd ,.it,,.'in-. 1 i nl-.'p I- regu lar ,rh,..ftor, c I
himself:-it is precisely where I said it was in Bvy order and in behalf of the Com. ofmeremilitaryediscl .- 1,r teUI..L,r rL .t t,: the- F,,uli r, o.vth.,i.in,,Ih, the euontinun'..cao '
my last communication. \ W. M. WIuTMAx, Chairman conservatism of more uniform and decided re- the war and its unhappy .infitdences upon all
7. In regard to my sixth number, "Justice" .Aulrn, Ala., Dee. 8h 182. a ligious influence and associations. Suth.worldly social interests. There are between twerity-five
says: "we are together"--. e. he and "LIquirer" wisdom will not be likely tb secure a very desi- n,,. si ,ii elu.Jr: r. r aiie,'trs..-, 'rd all the
agree that prayer does move God to bestow bless- able reward.- "' i .uai ,r.I...:.. .1i i... Lt.vi. .iavi a, oi-.e-r.
ings npon a ;ti ". i.e i .i ,,. ON COLPORTAGp AND CHAPLAINCIES. of it isnot only oneof the highest dis but one .i nl, .',i:.m-.n'e-n, l' .I,,t it--s stu-
Irejoc ',I a,,. .,nuIr.r,,,..'i-ut ,t a- C OrA AND) CtAPo AINCIES of the most sacred privelesots of the Church, to dents were grat,,.t-J i. ,', s ra,,l-r Al lr.I,
apinthere. The Committee appointdtoconsiderthesub educate its children and youth. Of this privi- fiction that tI.. I,.* r.j r. thus n, -;le
May the Holly Spirit lead us into ali truth. jest of Colportage and Ohaplaincies.in the army, lege it can no more be deprived, than of that operation at a t....- ... .. .rgfi.:Ti,:. t.. t
IXnQUtIRER. report that they have had itunder consideration, of furnishing them religious instruction. Indeed general interests of liberal education,
[Unless Justice and inquirer make some points and have ascertained that great good has been both are bound up together. EAST AL.ra.VuxACocLaoe.-The patronage of this
[.UnesaJusticeandIrquiruerwmakeasomepoints accomplished by -their 'agencies during toe Until our people can beindu.:ed to g;v.' -.r, .inot,ts.[ ,i. unexf.-.t.jii Li.r. E.. a.'. it,
between them and argue them, we cannot make a-'t seir The Rev. B. B. Ross, I member of ference to our own sehoolp-,.-loer t,,ng. b.r ,g orn- ,i. us1 .) war IW ishe ,n..saasr.g lusV o
room for more of this aimless controversy.-Evn.] t., tconf.l-rence,-has.had 500,000 pagesof.trasts equal-to any and all others, -we car.ot expert wh. Ithe ron,u,e-i, d,m,r,n.-u...I, ,ntl the Irue
._ _put in circulation among the soldiers. The them to assume the position, .nd ,e-iere trial t ee rr-d F. -.iry dJetot-inn.d in ..lir ry lastto
i-------- Rev-- Rov. A. McBride, another member of the good desired by their founders in fliin.,i eus,.e-n ib te -sria.-< ofl l. i t '..li'.-'until a
Al C nf Dn ts Conferencei hs been since August 1, entirely YourCommittee would pressm-ra all e ner.st. ch.,,n- ir, ts hni i.c- ,,A .,-urur..ances of the
la. o ocu mlle t. engaged in this work, visiting the hospitals at ness upon the attention of all under our ins- oianjr,-, should -allow the youth again to-return
Columbus, Miss., and on the Mobile and Ohio fluence, the importance and high duty, rI .--. i, ,ii.-, The Trustees inform the Conference
Railroad ; and theresult of his labors has been th..r.nruhl'ly e.,ioa.air-a. hp.r,,-. ir at' pt.: t, .that -' .-. .r Glenn will open and preside over
REPORT ON THE QTATE OF THE COUN- highlyeneouraginng. The post Surgeons have ae. as ,u r,..i il.t .J.-Clririn truiht b6,' IhL |Ilie Pir,.i.i s: i Departmenton the 1st January
SIt R' expressed a great desire to have the hospitals presentunholy war, educated men ill t. .. r.-0 of ne-st. Thus far, the convulsions of the times
furnished with Colporteurs and Post Chaplains. great wants of our country, when I..-:- .hill tre .not seriously affected the-assets of the
SThlee Committeeot e tSoae of the outty, Some nine or ten mabers of this Conference return, and our independence be secured. Colla.--.r.i, ,i -i,. -;: .-,,,.-d .,.Io..
beg.. leave.respectfully atoreport: hhave .been eri.lovdJ Cl.,,pia;. tm. 'ih Jonfed- TUSKEGEE1FMIAL0 COLLwE.t-This ilh,,i,.;.n I re t i I.- .-11., ,,ull ti r.- t hi- t,,,r, i .tin
That while the membersof the Alabama Con. crate aray. an I I ru--i .n ,. ,-i,., labors in-common with others, has felt the hbl.ti;r .,l -T, i .U ,u I : .. rL -t ,r i ll.ge.
"ference entertainjust views of the limits and have resultiii n ;i r-.,r :l -, li.: .s of the effects of our national troubles. Owing to tl 0-L.. -*.iraL L i*.1-1i ibhr 1.. ,;ng resolution:
prol.i.er.s of their sphere of action and infla army as well os n tert. in.to, r., i -. ,.a, express- the Board of Trustees deemed it prudentat thi .
eoce,,'s ecclesiastical and not po..ll,., ht sit .-. their high aril.l':l.ini .,il, i. miannerin close of the last Collegiate term, to modify bti' tha at Ou iL. rt.rtl a i ,tutions need
e. .;.Vr hlci..l1.cItsthe existent o f'te .iisi rOt.-h their important dutes Ia e been dis- organization of the Institution, soas to relie;ani ierl a sat .ttlOtr .. : support ofwew
ern ,at-., b,,ih Confederlted and individual ,`bar T is hoped l bat at Iellrt hf :,. rl l;tbie;' f,.,,' ll") mo sari-ssb h:c, thatwe wi l
and whbi l r i, in, -imniV thbo%-lle l sil .i.trO CipbIl'in. and Colporletr aa 'i, inf l..enj ibe ibe rculi f. rne ptronaye.,Desoe lie l rr cla.l pon .. r
or.3inary poh~Lr-C, they f el d ,uI .. them tIat hear will be emple%. d at.a enu, ng )ear ,r. I.as ,ee qu.te limited., an ciaCfl- ..eal. Th a, ttertn
selvei. nd- toie in,lt Cloi:.l;in ccmmurniomn he ihis great lield .-. f L'hI .iu.,n a..Imv Indeed,, prospect. ot the College ar not encourg. ---------
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the r ssit-li tlen at the ], E[ e:. se i .*'.n, aidranrl geouly in..-rr.,E-.l. if uit J i.lr men, can read) insimateJ. Bol )our coaurn tn e an r. *. .1 i. si" "
ilJt -flie o,tlsi,I %i p .s .i |ul.,-.ii iI'.TI, al f.lr-ir it e Ik foun.J F.)i Ii,, ,.-,ra I t i,,g, ib .le,.rble ard ;r.lilge iIb hof.a Lth l i.t .- Inl.iLuton fhel. i ,.rone It,.Ig t.h. i t e liod ~.,r hool
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onl]a ii.. i, ie. proporuonr ahtih il.'. ull a>Well e B )and ,neia s. rand p-.,rs ol pry.ical res-tcrtio n lof per. ian.x;ou.H ,:.anc.,n ;i,-ell. 0'- .olht lo t g s it
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'ove,rLi,.ni s l -l l I I t abai d ao,-,i 1 I r5..,Ii .l ei.e. at l, le l. sihs.,.. [I..- C nu.irt.. r.. ,cl i of t ya year 1.:c a L.a.ud. ,.ag ..,ta..ir .h lJuts l tb esi 'L I e i. "orl.J-- r, .lisltrsi- it, etffi
-e.' -'I pi ..Il.-Ir ,i i .. r.-i l l. f -o.Jd io report. t t -. i ,:.r,.: ,i i., i., Ii i .i.. iic.il ri.n e C .f t..:..rir i *- ', s- I. ,..- 1li-. r .. .inl there. er er.ie ar..il u e .ilr. a i i'i lne. Inr iltsiLLO
ages aoi LasLiy, L.yLii, u ..ei u na roAI:.un-.A Lt'..ir.i, .,Ce a.e -.if ,. .1 l-.,l it- .: n I. tl or p ii.'.na ige ll dJ n a ii t s i r be r .t [i' lr ..'..rhi l. 01i , ':- ar .. l .A U e 4lwediti
-'t e-O !'""ering l" foJr,.lat,,asns oar aotm. s d rrreumtei li t ifr.i.',t ,,rk ,:,f the -to r-esubtll-.h ihe t-.ardng .partm.:a t in Ja i r. Ibty te bort r,' the Church, thb sr,!cD
l i~ilH tin' our g'r'-,,rnment sn.i muisily. Ona of tha mirbeirs .asCnaplain ol uary, when it is hoped tat t1a e ialne1da e i 1 'oi Or .. "- -!.. .
"Jios.. Sentence a ,isslry regiment, la which hbe found barelyy Collegewill estend tioi a more lbrtalpatroae .


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E. H.MYERS EDITOR


New Series.-No. 53

he ur,.J y-.chcol as a pra.e,cil nmltution
ipril-le .-fa life outr.ide. .i looli and theories,
II i t.', r-roblemarisal about it ought l Le de.
*;.edl-y a pra,'taIl and Ao3;d ie--thIFe pplieCA
ori. of nell .;I l kll t a and bury it ht;r.ver, or
uire it of all its infirmities.
Your Conmmittee are led to believe that the
unday-s- tool has not t,- permiittd to find
S1.0, l-,-hdSame its tornjalM .tc..hIr, JIong
?e.r,.,-, n..w Ieing employs b:d ., ihbe Church .
,r tlhpi ,',. r.i.'.i of lh- worl.i. l may per-
nently and profitably ask ourselves as the
ustodiaisa of Church interests whether or not.
h' .'1, .j bli-h.- i true reOtions between the
in.. t ni .I other Ieans of saving men.
d some it may be held in unlawful subordina-
on. "Others may be held in unlawful subordi-
ation to it-according to the different opinions
fthe different agents putting its powers in
motion. I .
To arrive al a knowledge of the utma.t capac-
y and lIe highest use of the .anday--shool we
ay beobliged to lift out oft11 old connec-
on asotd -is..-t, peculiar and special attention
ad industry upon it. We mustsubmitit toafixed
nd regulated system of investigation and experi-
ment. Or we must wait until God in' the benev-.
lence of His nature shall give it a special day
f empire and. triumph-a day in which the
unday-echool shall, in its turn among- other
lreans of salvation receive particular emphasis
n the history of God's Providence.
In the meantime it becomes us to watch God's
'rovidence lest in some things (and this, among
ib-m'l -? l-e air dirfclir:,n and come in contact
With it plan.
In th;- connection we beg leave to suggest
LLar the present cornd,iion of the Church conse-
uenL upon our politIcal iroubles-seems to indi-
.te th,s as the tire In which to exercise the
industry and extend the dominion of the Sun-
ay-school. All our young men have gone to
he war because they are strong. Some of our
ld men have gone because they. are wise.
preacting the cord and other public religious
xer..;:Pn eo far as they are connected with or
& p ia-.lJr t on congregations are materially
interfered with. But the Sunday-school in all
,: asental elements is unimpaired. To all the
l.-IS .Of, rtlig-'Li, 'risditry ADd 1.1'-InuD-es this.
pns s i s- [he greatest and mot terl:ctu.d door.
Wa b,. lear. rei:,erfuliy to e,,nmmrrnd the
Dieipliho- of our Caur' h tn our 1prah.-rs, on
his subject, and we would in a general way
recommend the inauguration of Sunday-school
..nseni,.se within the bounds of circuits and
..m-ir.ci sitbjct, to uch laws and organization
a may tb ppiopriate.


REPORT OF BIBLE CAUSE.
i'he politecalc changes wh ;ch have occurri .r,
iur country leading .) the I'frrmaton uf a new
Goverpmemnth,, ,ertnande.] many corresponding
changes in e-Ile-.ati,cl organizations. The
s.ee ,iy of f(.>rmin-.r around c, wa :air,; an order
L il'pr-ieserValion r--' l' 0 fl-:.e .:pt-i'his,
tbieh hlad, .ire the dirspt;on of the oldgov-
*rnmtut, cratinuev ; 1n alliares with thoseof
ike fairh at ithe Nith, ,nd the movements
:rt::ering -t:u .i organization did not therefore in-
i. ite r .Y new quickenings of the religious mind
-any fresh impulse of Christian evangelism.
D,fftrn i I':,m it---.l.,sv.i-vr, was the formation
Of tli, B.ble >1 et' oi ht e :.- ,i, 'ederate States of-
Atirnci. lti or(ain-itOB W&E O5 rw1oon, Lyt a ,
t ccM' vol unary-ain ea't of 'lith upon the p rt
of tie catholic .ib iti, ho enterpria,.1 it, attest-'.
ng mo-jt lnd,apuiably the healthlulnsa of tbe
religious sentim-nt %mmngsL us. Therefore,
iRei.led. Tsti the Alabma Conference of the
M1. E. Church. .uatn, oiler its most hearty
gratulation tL hoche who have thus instituted so
valuable An nutibary to the Church in Christian-
zing the world-and pledges itself to promote
i.t prosperity in every practicable way.


R- REORT ON PERIODICALS.
STh-e .'mmte-e on the periodicals of the
I.lAr.Fh ebubmit the foliowirn Rep-:.rt All the
Prio'lical.-of the Cburbch wnb.n rrshah have been
'.up.nd' ed., Fp, nt .Sin (At,'., ('" ,', .4 ',atr "
-tli, .O ,:,-jri oi' the otirng energy and-
Ab.l roinagm-' r-s 'i. ;tu .reseut editor, Dr.
Ier., al Ir lire,. and is prosperous.
It has been removed from Charleston to Au-
gusta, Ga., which brings it one day nearer to us,
It hblE eight thousand aubaeribera.; eight hun:
dred cop[.s are sent to the army through the
voluntary contributions of the friendas.ofthe
paper. It is viry importantt that ilh, fund be
largely increased. As it ia abs,'lutl, aneeihry
that our people hbas the weekly s,,;tt".:.ona of a
religious pa p1, and a this is the .rly CLurch
paper within reach in existence, we present the
following resolution for adoption- by the Con- .
ference:
3esolvsd Tuat ,e rea..i i the S.ute,, Cirnsa.
Advocate i.. ve- ,,ia wt-rth/ l the corif-ineie
arn, patronagB of our p.ople--thlt. a.Jopt
'a1.. :,ur paper forthe preiaen, sand that we will .
make special effort to increase its circulation
by bringing its claims before all our congre,
nations.


REPORT ON( PUBLISHING INTERESTS.
rbe C.mmittee appointed to cnafer wih a
Committee of the G',orgia Conference in regard
to the pulhlication of such Sunday Sabool and"
other works as may bq needed to supply the
connection until the Publishing 5.use shall
re.aume its operalsons. bPg li'Wae to report that
th[be two Oommittees have had the subject under
coXHsideraticn, and recomnmendJ to the Con ferenso
thbo adoption of the lollowirig teslu.,on-..
R-, .ei. That Jhe 0, Aent' aid Book "
Ji;.Ivr f ereque..t d oVbfit h p( Mwn. tas.,or .
tat.amoriaiutjb '^ fo'nnd, i '





Vol. XXV1. No. 53.


AUGUSTA, GA., JANUARY 15, 1808.


RELIGION IN THE ARMY.
Now and then we receive tidings of good
from some portions of the army. It would be
sad to think, that our citizens in ,the field
-'denied as they are so many religious privileges,
and exposed to so many temptations, were
wholly living without referepoe to their duty
to God. But we are spare thi. painful though'
respecting, at least, very many of them. We
havn a letter from a chaplain, asking for one
hundred copies of the Advocate, for one hospital
because it is eagerly read, and *appealing to
' Christians that a fund he contributed for the
purpose. We have sent thirty copies, all wi
can send him, having many others to supply
from our soldiers' fund.
Tfie captain of a. company in So. Cu., sends
for twenty copies of the Advocate, and tasks for
Testaments and acts. His letter saya : "It
is gratifying to record in these times of war and
excitement, the fact that we have enjoyed for
the last six days, a visitation of the Spirit of Cod
Seventeen have been added to the Church, and
many have found peace in believing. The altar
is crowded with humble penitents. The meet
ing still goes on, and we hope to be able to
report greater things before long concerning
the camp. Our chaplain has not visited us yet
but we have three Methodist preachers in our
company-two local and one itinerant, all of
whom have labored zealously and faithfully."
The following statement is from the Rev. W.
W. Bennett, General Agent of the Soldiers
Tract Association, at Richmond, Va., a gentle
man whose relation to the army, is such, thai
he has a large field for observation under his
eye. and his testimony is therefore the more
valuable.
"There is a deep religious feeling prevading
the army in Virginia. In the camps and
hospitals in and around this city, 'we have the
pleasure of pointing many earnest penitents to
the Lamb of God. The hope of the country
and the Church is in the army-we must fur
nish them the bread of life."


CORRESPONDENCE WITIf B. AND F. BIBLE
SOCIETY.
The demard for the Scriptures, especially
for our soldiers in camp and hospitals, is very
urgent. The Bible Society of the Confederate
States have done all they could, to supply this
demand,and deeply regret thatitis not adequate-
lymet. They bought 5000 Testaments, that had
run the blockade. They have had near 60,000
printed ; but from the impossibility of getting
them bound they have not all been delivered,
They have given notice, that they'will sell them
in sheets to such Societies, as can have them
band, and they have disposed ol some in this
way. Notwithstanding much fault-finding, be-
cause orders cannot be filled, we happen to know
that they have exhausted every effort to have a
supply printed and bound at home.
But the Board of .Managers have done more.
Foreseeing last Summer that the demand could
not be met, the Board entered into correspon-
dence with the British and Foreign Bible So-
ciety, for the purpose of procuring large supplies
from that Society, and at the same time sent
orders, which would ensure' successive ship-
ments for months to come, if their application
should be successful. The letter to that Society
and its answer are published below,, by the
order of the Board. We take pleasure in stating
that already two invoices have been received
from England, and now some thousands of vol-
mes of the Scriptures are on the way to this
country. Messrs. Jno Fraser & Co., of Charles-
ton, and Messrs. Fraser, Trenholm &. Co., of
Liverpool, to whom the Board i, d-eply indebt-
ed fortheir agency in procuring there pleasant
results, promise to have the books forwarded
with dispatch.
If they can successfully run the blockade, we
may hope, before long, to have a large supply
of the Scriptures for distribution.
Augusta, Ga., Confederate States of Americ .
August 19th, 1862.


loss by capture. This risk, we propose to en- In accepting, as I do with much pleasure, the
conuter-dilvding our order into small lots, position tendered me, I desire through you to
that too much may not be ventured on any one return my thanks to those who have. honored
shipment, me by' connecting 'my. name with a Society,
2. A greater difficulty arises from the enor- whose object is to spread among the people the
mous cost, at this time, of sterling exchange. It knowledge and worship of the Giver of every
now commands 210 per centum--nearly 100 per good and perfect gift, and to express to yourself
eept above its usual eost. To pay this heavy personally my appreciation of the kind terms in
I rate and also the heavy charge for freights, now which you have been pleased to communicate
necessarily ruling, while losing, it may be, some the information.
, of our shipments; by capture, would probably I have the honor to be,
sink a very large part of the liberal contributions Very respectfully,
With which the public are now entrusting us. At Your ohe.ernt servant,
least we would not be able, under these eirouito .E. LEE,
stances, to supply the word of God at cheap rates General.
to the destitute.
" This fact would seem to preclude further
efforts towards getting the Scriptures from PRAY FOR PEACE. "
Abroad, unless your Board of Directors can agree
* to a proposition, that our Society has instructed From an exquisite Christmas lyric, by Henry
* me to makl. we believing that your sympathy Timrod, in the Charleston M.erc ry, we copy the
* with our destitution, will induce compliance, if closing verses-a call to prayer for peace. While
it be possible. The proposition is simply that there are many revellers in the land, unmindful
we be allowed a credit with your Society for the of the hand of God upon us, gay and frivolous
s Scriptures we need-say to the value of about andwickedlybentonpleasure wiileour wounded
r 1000-until such time as sterling exchange is brothers are groaning in anguish, or lying stark
Sredueed to about its usual cost-we paying son the field of death, let the earnest Christian
Sinteret on our purchases until the debt is make his appeal to the throne of grace, that God
yliquidated.n arrangement w ha may ave the people, notwithstanding their
Byasuch an arrangement' we can, perhaps, m
find speedy relief-while to your Society a defiance of Him, n.-L ihe; rconriemtI-tf TI. ia.
d channel of usefulness will have been opened, How shall we grace the day ':
r such as rarely presents itself spontaneously to Ah! let the thought-that on this holy morn
- those who are seeking for opportunity to do The Prince of Peace-t,.e Prince of Peace was born,
o good. Employ us while we pray"'
g You will please return your answer to Messrs. Pray for the peace which long
Fraser, Trenholm & Co., No. 10 Rumford Place, Hath left this tortured land, and haply now
Liverpool. These gentlemen will .act as our Holds its white court on some far mountain's brow,
f agents in conveying orders to your Society and There hardly safe from wrong.
will give all the necessary instructions respect-cred face
ing shipments to us. We hae already ordered Lot every sacred fan n
books through thaen to the amount of about And with the cloister sod the tented sesl,
'1000, to prevent delay if your answer be favor- And, with thn in oe loister a nd the tend s
- able. In that case, they will at once transmit
t that order to your Society. Witi. pomp of Roman form
Hs oping that your Directors may find in this With the grave ritual brought from England's shore,
a proposition an "open door," to the accomplish- And with the simple faith which asks no more
ment of great and constantly increasing good, I Than that the heart be wann
g remain, dear sir, He, who till time shall cease,
Very respectfully, Shall watch that earth, where once, not all in vain,
Your ob't servant. He died to give us peace, will not disdain
E. H. MyESs, Cor. Sec. A prayer whose theme is-peace.
B. Soc'y, Confederate States of America. Perhaps ere yet the spring
Hath died into the summer, over all -
BRITISH AND FOREIGN BIBLE SOCIETY. The.land, the peace of Hisivastlove shall fall
London, 10, Earl Street Blackfriars, I Like some protecting wing.
Oct. 10, 1802. J Oh ponder what it means!
The Rev. Dr. Myers, Oh turn the rapturous thought in every way :
Dear Sir :-I beg leave to acknowledge the Oh give the vision and the fancy play,
receipt of your letter of the 19th of August, And shape the coming scenes:
which did not, however, reach us until the Peace in the quiet dales,
3rd of this month. The reqtiest which it con- Made rankly fertile by the blood of men :
tains was immediately submitted to our Com- Peace in the woodland, and the lonely glen,
Smitten for their consideration and decision, and, Peace in 'the peopled vales!
I have much pleasure in informing you that it Peace in the crowded tow,
was unanimously agreed that your request Peace in a thousand fields of waving grain,
should be complied with, and that the Scrip. Peace in the highway and the flowery lane,
tures should be sent as directed, to Messrs. Peace on the lind-swept down
Fraser, Trenholm & Co.. The only portion of
your letter, to which the Committee demurred Peace on the farthest seas,
was that in which you proposed that interest Peace in our sheltered bays and ample streams,
8 should be paid upon the debt until it was Peace wheresoe'er our starry garland gleams,
- liquidated. We could not, for a moment, And peace in every bree-e! -
entertain such a proposition. We are only too Peced on the whirring marts,


tuankulu, that o l ata asnhis providence, put
in our hands the means of supplying your
wants. Into the Political Question which now
agitates theStates of America, it is not our
province to enter. We bear of multitudes
wounded and bleeding, and we cannot pass by
on the other side, when it is in, our power to do
something towards staunching the wounds and
to pour into them some few drops of the Balm
of Gilead. May He who sitteth above the
waterfloods speedily command Peace, and as
Jesus in the days of His flesh trod the boisterous
waves of the sea of Galilee into stillness, so may
He walk upon the rough waters of political
strife and fierce contention, which now desolate
your country, with such majesty and mercy that
immediately there may be a great calm.
You will then understand, my dear Sir, that
a credit has been granted by our Society to the
Bible Society of the Confederate States to the
amount of 3000 free of interest, and that the
books nill be forwarded as directed to. Messrs.
Fraser, Trenholm & Co. The first order which
has already reached us will be executed with as
little delay as possible. It will be gratifying to
our Committee to receive any amount of the
work of.God, within the District which your
Society embraces, with which you may be
pleased to favor us.


Peace, God' of Peaces! peace, peace in all our homes,
'Aitd peace in all our hearts


THE DAILY SOUTHERN CRISIs.-Our friend, well
known in South Carolina, J. Woffcrd Tucker,
Esq., having been driven from his home. in
Missouri, has .it last brought up in Jackson,
Miss., were he has set on toot a new daily paper,
named.as above. .Subscription for one month,
$2.00-for one year $12.00. Mr. Tucker has had
experience as an editor, and proved himself
industrious, reliable and patriotic. His patriot-
ism has cost him his home, at least for the pres-
ent. We commend his paper to those who
desire direct news from the West.

Wosroan COL.EGEo.-lThe Spi ne icrn- rf sims.
Institution has opened, we lesin. awh t-out
thirty students, present and on rnte way, and a
full corps of instructors. Here is a good op-
portunity for the education of boys, too young
to enter the army. When peace comes educa-
ted men will be in greae demand. We must
furnish our own teachers, for Schools and Col-


To THE SERETARY or THE I am, y ear sir, leges.
BRITIse & FOREICo- BIBLE SOCIETY. Yours very sincerely,
DearSr :-You are doubtless aware ef the CHARzLs JACKSONe, Secretary. DEA's or Rlv. 'P. A. 3. rIL.IAMS.-P.
isolation of our Confederacy from the markets [It will be observed, that the B. & F. B. So Socie tokes, Eq., writes nnder date of Jan Sth :
of the world. We are waging a war for our ty generously grant a credit to three times the sWill you please announce the death of Rev.
existence, and for those principles of self-gov- sum asked.]Will you please announce the deatb of r ev.
ernment bequeathed us by our fathers We Paul A. M. Williams, of the South Carolin' Con-
have no doubt of ultimate success ; but mean- --- --- ---.--- ference, who died at his. residence on Monday
while we are suffering for want of 'many things GEN. ROBERT E. LEE. last, the 5th inst., of hemiplegia. A more ex-
-forfew more, than for the word of God. e The Southern people Ewe a debt of gratitude to tended notice will be prepared, and sent you
were pincally a agricultural people-had this great man for his services in their defence, for publication.'"
printed but few books, and had but little of the his ability none wil doubt and yet lie is not
material for book-making. We co-operated His ability none willdouot; and yet he is not --- e
with the American Bible Society, whose head ashamed to acknowledge the hand of God in BACK NUMBERs.--Many are applyingfor back
quarters are in the enemy's country, and pur- his successes. It is gratifying to the Christian numbers of the Advocate. We cannot furnish
chasedfrom it our supplies of the Soriptures. portion of our people to know that they have a them. The inconvenience of losing two or three
Even before active hostilities commenced, Bibles man of prayer, a servant of God, as leader of numbers may be obviated hereafter, by sending
we had ordered were refused transportation to their armies. It adds to their confidence in'the the subscription up to the Conference iby the
the South, through the intervention tf the cause, in which they suffer. Every proof such a preachers. The subscriber can then be credited
authori-ties of New York city. We are notable leader gives of his trust in an overruling for a new year, before the old year has expired,
to supply our soldiers with the Holy Scriptures, Providence, they accept as a, token of ultimate and the paper will not be discontinued.
worand unless we can furnish o the people tknowe success. Believing this, we make pblc the
word of God, they may perisl forlaok of know. following letter from Gen. Lee, which explains -
ledge. itself- ConREcoIr.-By an oversight in the appoint-
la March 1862, a Bible Society of the Confed- itself:ments of the Florida Conference, the name o
rate Shtates was organized; and though en- HEAD Q'as Ansm N. VA,, met of the Florida Conferene, the omte of
Nov. 1711, 1862. R.W. Burgess "in the. army" was' inorgotten.
'countering many difficulties we have early Rs. Joseph 5. Patr h, A n, Publish this, and Brother Burgess will pardon
ready an edition of 50000 of the New Testament, Ga. the omission, and the Bishop and Secretary will
and Testament and Psalms--32mo agate But ReB'd. Sir,-Your letter of the 11hh inst., be much obliged. the P. P. S aIs, Sec.
all the processes we can command are too slow informing me that your Church and congrega-
for meeting our wants. The demand from our tion had contributed a sum of money for the
army is great and increasing, and -funds are purpose of making me a Liie .Director of "the AnVANcE' PAYMENTS.-We hope that those sub-
eoming in abundi tly, but we have no books. Confederate States Bible Society," is received. scribers whose year expires about the let Janus-
We are constrained to look abroad for aid, not- The grateful acknowledgment of the presence ry, 1863, will lose no time in remitting the sub.
withstanding all the embarrasments that sur- and agency of a merciful Providence in our scription for the next year. Our present terms
round impoAstion. In our emergency, I am affairs, is the tribute eminently due Triom those are-"Cash in advance," and theywill i
instructed by our Board of Managers.to apply to who have received such signal manifestations of ably observed. .
your Society to learn, if it can by any neans His protecting power as He has vouchsafed to.
help us supply the demand upon us. We are us, while trie- patriotism, no less than piety --- -P t
nmet by two prominent difficulties, demands that the prayers of the faithful should -CeAxn or Poer OrrcE.--Preacher in ue s
1. Our ports are closely invested by hostile never ease to ascend to Him who saveth not Post Offices are to be changed, will please .iate
fieeta: and though hardly week paues, but some by many or by few, but giveth the victory to the change desired, vl : from what office w hat


FROM, THE VIRGINIA ARMY. battle began on the right. We had now drienthe
Mr. Editor -You h ave, doubtless, concluded enemy about fotu or five miles, capturing nearly
from my protractu ave, i ouetless, concue four thousand prisoners, thirty-one peces ofartitle.
from my protracted silence that I have forgot- ry, 5000 small arms and destroyed 9c50 wagoas. At
ten .the "Advocate :" if so this will convince you this point Rosoncrans massed ti forces, with many
that I have not. Although 1 have not seen its field pieces, on an oval shaped hill, not very high,
once-familiar face for nearly two months, I still but furnishing an excellent position for his artillery.
cherish for it the most tender recollection, and rig e Chambersand oneson wre orderedto
asoftenasmmr .ss intake the lUll They hronght of two batteries, and
as often as memory brings its many interesting human courage and endurance could not have s-'
features up before my mind's eye, I can but complishedmore. Breckinridge, who had not been
experience emotions of sadness and sorrow that engaged, on our right, was now ordered to cross
circumstances deny me the privilege of perusing Stone's river and take this hill. Adams' and Jack-
it..s. testing columns week son's Brigades were aided by Cobb's and Byrne's
th nterdestitng oufr eligi y. u"... ...Batteries. They made a itrst and second assault,
The destitution of religious literature is truly but were not successful, and while preparing for the
deplorable. There are but few Biblesor Testa- third, nightclosedin upon the victors and vanquish.
ments in the army,' and there is no chance of ed, theliving dad the dead. Such was the battleof
getting them here. I have received letters Wednesday, resulting in a victory honorable to our
6 ,. " ... arms, but it was not a complete, crushing and fintl
from parties in Georgia proposing to collect rms. urint Wednesday night the Abog ndlition-
Testaments thrgh thog e country and send them abandoned the hill, which wehad sought to take.
to me, but I have not received any yet. I do Thursday'morning the two carnies again confronted
hope there will soon be arrangements made by each other, but Eoseneranshad-been making trench-
which our army will be supplied with these es and rifle pits lie U adir. r.-1.., ( ..r. l -d. ,
articles so necessary to the spiritual welfare of this sort work.etins a I ..roo n.;"wn Base
our soldiers. ridge was ordered to attack a large force that had
Most of the Chaplains have resigned and er 'ssed tone's river. The fight was very bloody.
many of the troops never have an opportunity The Abolitionists were driven across the riv-r, but
of hearing the -Gospel preached. I fear that our troops then encountered an irresistible, over-
some very useful ministers have strayed from Breaing force, secuotely posted, behind easthwcoperked
the path of duty in search of soft beds, comfort- to withdraw. Here Gen. Hanson was severely
able houses and bountiful tables. It i' truly wounded. From the beginning of Rosencrab ad-
unpleasant to live on short actions of hard vancefrom Nashville, Wheeler and Wharton, corem-
:racke,, and beef stot/oit salt, but that men can manding brigades ef cavalry were in the enemy's ?
subsist upon it has been fully demonstrated rear capturing immense quantities of suples
One who lias never seen it tried might think and Winchester on the 4th, assuring them he'
that men could not live without tents or house, would not leave them to. the enemy, but would
where the snow is four inches deep, but they make a stand between Alisonia and Tallahoma.
can build temporary bush arbors, crawl under He had fallen back to give his brave men the repose
them, eat beef and crackers, and laugh and talk that wasneeded after the batted in which they had
as though exhausted their energies -The Mobile Adecrti-
'as merrily as though they werein aking'spalace. ser has received the following private dispatch.
When I notice the patient, suffering, uncom dated "Dectred, Tenn., Jan. 7.-To oBis. John
plaining, self-sacrificing spirit and cool bravery Forsyth: Being -outnumbered more than two to
of our soldiers, I feel proud that it has pleased one by the enemy, our troops utterlyexhausted by ,
God to cs nmy lot among so noble a band ofl ix (lays' exposure to cold and rain, an four days' .
as cesEAT, '. c,-." .,, it a loss of one fiusrth their
patriots. I have ever thought our soldiers as whole .... ..t.,- ... ,,..J and wounded, Gen. Bragg
brave as men ought to be, but since we came to determined to fall back behind Duck River. A '
this place, I "think there has been more eager- reconnois'ancr in the enemy's rear showed he was
ness to meet the enemy than I have witnessed receiving large reinforcements from Kentucky.
on former occasions. And our last engagement -By a skillful night's march, covered by the sami-
with the enemy here was as complete a success Table cavalry commands of Wheeler and Wharton,
with the enemy here was as complete a success the whole army with all its supplies and captured
as has ever crowned our arms. Our army is in arms is now 'concentrating in its new lines, ready
fine health and good spirits, and I believe with for the enemy whenever he shall advance." --
the help of God we will repel the invader at Morian's report of his recent expedition shows
every point. i. per. d Y ankee prisoners, several hundred of
We have had many manifestations of the -.1 sand wounded, and an immense
presence of God in our Regiment. Backsliders rest's report shows 1.500 prisoners, 1,000 of te
have been reclaimed and sinners have been enemy killed and wounded, an immier.- q.matity
brought to Christ. Quite a number have given of arms, ammunition, and stores i.,.i,'vje. and
me their names desiring to become members of his whole command splend:,]]i .4.;.,.:.l--Oa r .. -
the Church. All this is encouraging to me, but operations at s Mrfreesboro' i.. 1-i ,itt- ,fir .
4,000 prisoners, besides 2,000 captured at Hartsville
when I see sin rising its hydra head in almost and arrived at Nashville; summingup 10,000 pri-
every-direction I can but adopt the language of owners in less than a month. We also captured and
'one of old, and exclaim, "who is sufficient for sent to the rear .0 cannon, 6,000 small-arms, and
these things 2,000 in the hands oftlhe troops, and 1,000 wagons '
the things two Chaplains in Wrigt's destroyed, and roules and hardess secured. The.
We have two Chaplains in Gen. Wrigt's i killed and wound .T :.mated
Brigade beside myself; Bro. Jones; of 22d Ga., st ',.,,,,l including 7 .Generals. 0o c. n I. ,, ..ed
and Bro. Cook, of 2d, Ga., Battalion. We are estimated at about 90,000 in killed, wounded and -
having some good meetings at this time, the prisoners. A .ni..i.' it 1I..i.... ib t- gall.'a. Gen
weather being mild an i pleasant. Hanson, of E.: rI,.:.y. Fr..:.m, I. a,.- ..c, hr ,.-f
SPursuant to a request made by Maj. Gen. An- t b ttl'atr" o 'my lr- ht "'
P a m delay his or~rations for weeks, perhaps till spring,
derson there have been liberal collections taken while our eanerals wsre wise in falling back a few
up in many of- the regiments for the relief of miles, where they have, what they had not before,
,the sufferers of Fredericksburg. Some have all the advantages of position. It is said that Pres.
also subscribed liberally for the ,benefit of the Davis on his recent sil;t .elvcl-,] .i' r..-r.i .. "
destitute widows and mothers of deceased sol- tion s the line for p:rms.vr ,u..~oar, nd Ji. i -
fa a... Gen Bsae--- Lrh-ad.qurtlrt ar ,a:.v:e,' "s,"
dies at home. Tllahoma,'habeui A ru.,ls from lIurfs.t,,r..,
Fraternally yours., Vcxs .meo a -- 'e .
J . STOXE, -The following ir :.i i .lsp.. W.:? r r.Te .f "
Chaplaun -...i G. Vols. f, ..ff, -. P-,i,o.-iri ,. .rieT, i,,.,, -. Atl -
SNear Frederickburg, Va., l' I. .J. ',- 'I am a.:i[.J I.It tb, -cre'. t,.i, -,.r. t. "-
e - O l r c T r . Lr.. ly '-1v j unt.
I i l .t:-L. li -. I ,jith ,,' th Y,, '.," -T"v, r i .1 M ,i h-. '* ]'
FortheSputhernChristianAd r,- .. :erS arnd l.b.ri -l jlr r '-.r tr.)i r
WAYNE FEMALE COLLE-1L. N i.. l.' .. Yla.it.,-s ,J ',p 5.-u. itI .,ti.
To the patrons and friends of 1 1.. ,.: F-irl"e .Lh- l'r' .rites.rs, that ., kiarb i.i
College, I would say a few words. For some A. 5La,. ",,r le pld,.-i f .. .,Cur. '. ,.
College voudIII s,, iJ-1 .J., %h. *, tl-1.l -trtms,., rai f.-ught
time past the College has been rented 'by the -, r ...i,., ,i.r.. mls-,. 'ck,.U-,ry. Th
Government and occupied as a hospital for our a. ti,.i -" 4.: 1. -.. r.[ ,-.sir.. R-.uiti.
soldiers. The Government purchased all the and brigades fought hand to hand. The 4th owa
furniture except the pianos, sofas' and such lost 600 men. (Gen..Hovey, with 1,500 men, who
other articles as could note used in aho.ital '" i, ..-,- .. '* .ai ,. d ,-o a; m'.r. 'hr .
- ro -il i,.,-.'.' t \-s i hl urc s I '. mia i .tronr 'iTh -,
These have all been removed to an intrerisr frt,..r a, I.,.. .ixt-r,,J ,. ,; rrs.m trfr.mtb(eh r
point, out of danger from the thieving Yaake-s. -Dn.-r.t.r. Uin. lasis,1] .,', it.. .'rb m,1 .aLddir,-r.a
I was at the College in Goldsboro' a few .i,. t.,J' U.t I i.'r: ra.. d-i-ir.:-- aft.r Lrking
ago, and was pleased to find the building in themain batter and rifle pits Our ln-s is eti- .
good condition. The rooms were all quite ih n heatedd at from 4.000 to n5. i. rrri i-a. at Hiy ..
the slacious halls uninjured, and everv. .. i,,s +, ,, i AN"l. i i rt. i ant ienrn .. rgn
-as ,n nmuch better' order than I elpe..i-td o und Sc..ts ner.-. ,. .d... A.Jlm,rai. Farras,ui6sat :
fird It.' When the war is over, it will ,.:.u'irI P.i].. wrs-.-....'--.i-. ...o..pe.,. te inn Sa.rmar .
very little expense to put the building' aitd hi H-l:CI. rnri. i 't,.holding of Port Hudson
premisesin as good condition as they were when t"'1.. ... .:"'.. -. '" I Farragut from as-
first occupied by the Goverrnment. There wede -..'li]C is' ..... i.. -. ..r .,
about one hundred sick- soldiers there, and they A NAsL VICTORY AT GAV ToN:.-Th" fol-
all seemed to be gr..tiful loi ih- ..-..i .. .o i n... 1' ir ."'1. a. ,r. eived at Richmond
nations which the;:. -r.,3.'j ii, o bo'..tsl do E 4."'1 ',Tex ,Jan1',86 .
the sick receive better attention; and no soldiers 'Ir... . ,rr.-. It Jasr, ti A. U ausesed
there cain have any good reason to complain, th-..r. dt-ad..l :s.r,.,6 -it 1a; : .ia.-r.a.i cap
Dr. Murphy, of Louisiana, is chief surgeon. I tu...i ltl. i.M r it.: v .,.,awr Hrstirt Lari- ad
found him very polite; and he is "i, .:..-,v two .- "..". is. m*-er. i -,o l .. m-i r. Thi .r-i.
respect admirably fitted for the position .,hi:i .r..s. .r 'v I r., t 'i I h .. .5' ol, "
he occupies. I hope that this wicked n.,,,on i.,,..... Fr.. e.l,, i.e -: amount of valuable store -
of the South will soon terminate: and liri i.r, arm .I. 's.' H,.rr.,i L Lane is very littleinjured.
will not be 1.-.I.-, T trust, belorc 'W. t e Female She was carried by boarding from two high pros-
College .I..h .s.. r. be crowded with smiling sure cotton steamers, manned by Texas Cavalry .
S '.. '9 and Artillery and the line. The troops were gal-
happy upils. When Lincoln was elected Pres lantly commanded by Col. ThomasGreen of ib
ident, the College was filled with pupils-justas ley's Artillery, and the ships by Major Leon
many as could be comfortably accommodated. Smith, to whose indomitable bravery and heroic
May the same be witnessed again, very soon daring, the country is indebted for the suaeessful
after peace returns to our bleeding country execution of a plan which I. had conceived for the
"- '"-- .MLTN 'T destruction of the enemy's fleet.
. MIr.TOx FOasT. Co1l. Bayly, of Sibley's Artillery, also command-
Sed uth volunteers from his regiment for the naval
expedition, in which every man won' for himself ""
imperishable renown.
t I am, sir, iery respectfully,
i. Your obedientsErvant,", -
J. BANSKEAD MAOBtUDR, Major General,
TE BATTLE OF EES omading Department District of Texas.
THE BATTLE OF MURFREBESBO9O'. o : n
SoUTHER ITEms,-s-FreOderie/ioary, Jan. 9-
The Abolition force engaged in the late battle at Reports from the other side of the Rappahannoek
Murfreosboro' was not less than 50,000 strong. river state that the main body of the enemy is re-
Prisoners allege that it exceeded this number. Our tiring towards WaskhingtQa City.
force, reduced by part of Gen E. Kirby Smith's Grenada Jan. 5.-Tha MI,.,j.Lti Dll;t rs inse
ncrp., being sent to Misisssippi, did not exceed 'st says.that New Madrid ias. .e-n c.a.iled
80,000. On Tuesday 80th 8 o'clock, a grandartillo The magazine was blown u. ard ali the defaf.,
ry duel occurred. The skirmishers of botharmies destroyed. General JeffTL.,inaon, ilbh a strong -
advanced, and a rapid miusketry fire ran along the force, was within four miles Tih i.lAt .s.m ito
line of both armies, At noon it was raining hard. town. The Federal forces :r,,mN N .I Madrid nba-
,.1 ib;, i.Iur the rattling of musketry was mostly gone to Fort Pillow and are f...riifing The Bul.
,.i.Jl '.. our left. Thither Oleburn's Divisio letin says the information is Atil6 r.:-.me Iland
was ordered from our riht. MeCown and Cleburn No 10. All the guns were spiked but one. Six
were now on our left, Withers and Cheathamin outr thousand pounds of powder were destroyed. The-
centre, and Breckinridge on the right.- On Wed- men were all waiting for the ls I1 ,t,.'.'.,r sss u-..a
nesday morning at six o'clock, ourleft wingadvan- ate.- Forrest has been w'ill. a r1r` mil., i'
ecd. Soon after McCown, Cleburn, Withers and Columbus, Ky. .The cSmmander 'at Columbus
i .ati.itmAi L:.-.. J p.i,-- -...h, i.hO,. smI uh r :iu..:, r..i'.-. L. allow any boats to pass BSouth. 'Forrest
,.r., im i.-si. y a' ,. h I .. r Wd t.s]r. a'L-r L ,, It.. i n ,-.,v.:r..l s -s .:, of ar[;il.rrs n. i a -l, r.s catalry
-'. -r,., 1..,:k s. "ao inrle tr., r'.:ti .f ir,,.,.,:,,. trc. -- Th" Lr-,u rih." J...rn.i ... tis'--.,l t, bvn"
m r.s u.i ,. i i,,. ...r.nr,. ,sr.J maI d d te r.- l- M a .J1,r.-id Ir t.s i i. -,i. ,...k rI r Mu
.:u.l:R l. r, l s is.I w.i'1' B. .-nD-raa.L 'alL ta dr...,-hA HE.11, captured 600 Fel. ,!, ,i'th.' i loS<
in, ,.s i r.It at r.pr "..:.si ,, ,'s T rer, rsl lit,.- I J i' sc ,.o h iti i ., 1 ., .1 ,.- ,r ....mma oiatd orn .
sd .ti.-A,-: .. a. .,., ,asur',m -a:.it ili., orih. -- Late, -Tn-' ei:aeui-.. ..I Island 'No. 10 id
ThL- 5n-,irw %irr L. driver back Watw'ar ils' f .iv .-.fttirn.el
p.o: N. tle .".r .,,ft ..a"Lt.W T .,.. .r- As,,,, '. 5..he M l


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I -== -. = -'-----_- -r:= ._. : .-,::= -.- =----=.,:=.=:: ----- .- =- =.. a- -... -,= : -:.= -=-=-- =r- ..--= - -.- '= -== =-- - r, -mm m = .. .
doubt making Tmmone preparations to advance. DIED, CHANGE OF ADDRESS. ATHENS DISTRICT-FI1RST QUARTER. POLLINSWORTHINSTITUTE TALBOT-
R einforcotmonts are arriving daily from Suffolk. n Mlonro. ,Ne. .Dooem l st, sesl Wi.uni I .A.m so. The address of R ev. W A . .Sw-ain, is Green.-I oi .an .4w!i' ..1.. 10. .11: Mo, . . ,,. ... ..... ... ....
he Yankees at Horeholad City and Newborn of DFandSusan lHayden, aged years, wood, S. C. .. , , . ...,' -,, , .
omTber 50,000, under thm commaindof Gmi. Foster. Al so onlBeember 24th, lBA Jarn, daughter of hie above That of Rev. T. B. Harben, is Madison, Ga. ''.' ',,-, ,.- ... i ,,, ,, .. r. .I -
It U,. .. '.,. ,i >la le that a osimultlaneou attack parents, aged yars. That of Dr. L. Pierce, is Augusta, Ga. .. , . ... ... .. .. ' ' .
i,,'nitrh^ "1, :' L, , s 'iG.,-,1, ,;1..rI.,' : ,, ,,'i..;.I g ".1
ell I., ,,,l .r Clharleston, Vilmington, W eldon i Thotmasolviia, Decembier 2d, 1Sa2, of ovphoid fever, T,,I ,, ,,, p or okth if paid in pro-
and Goldsboro, with view to prevent reinforce- Au sevNGfHoL.owAor,aged years, 6emonths and8dayseAMP ln Tl, u QURE..,, doe. TAMPA DSTRIT-FIRST QUARTER .,,-1 ,, i,,,,, , ,- ;..,i .... .. . M non rioipro
ments leaving either placo. It is reported that the Also, died ofths samne fever, on 17th reoonth'er. 102, nn-" O a t l l lenT ls, a n , . -.,, .' ,,-, 'e' ,-,. ,, ',. "* -
enemy are now cooking marching rations.- Thse t M i I A, a d years, 3 months and days,both Manatee and Peas e,Ja t e, it;. i .l ,r '., i . ., ..,.., ,.., e. ...-.- .
Yankeeo iron clad steamer Passaic was towed into sons ofividJ a Bnd S irah A olloloway. borouh and Tompa, at Little Mas. i'-'.r ,--,' ,--.,.- ,,--. --- , ,.r .. "' '. " I. M.TI)DSTr ] 0 BOOK EPOSITO Y.
Beaufort (N. C.) har bor disabled, having lost her Little WIM ,iASes.us, daughter of A JndEllza Shieldl of do , ;place nt known, Febt2Mr1 ; I; ... I R r '. l iars *r, F--"- I '.. .... a n MA+, SABO POSITO LY,
turret and gus, and leaked so badly that the o conty, Missdied or olai t on l Feb ; Levy, Fb Mr 1; Cry l ier, March MACON, GA.
uump wore kept going constantly.-- Waro, y onth d 6 d, 63, 4ad 2 rear, months and60days. 7,8.Pe w u), 1 r
Itt. 8.-Gen. Whiting telegraphs to n. Beanre- o _wi__ in 1-111 i. gc eta And Smyrna, end Rev. W. N Herston of PWes Creek Savannah, Jao.. , ,i ,-.. .., ,, ,I o h t- Cal eiryC tehi (s ciot oer s o en.
gard, that definite intelligeoes has ,just arrived etett.W. L. Moasa. P. E. eCiild'Scipture QuestionTBook, $2.00 per donoc.
danua^y Tt, c'e-.,^ ,. .', :I-.,-,, .,i. ,. i,. : ; .Add.ess JW"UK'.a
om Newboranfurtheo crtsin looe of the Monitor, TWENTY DOLLARS sent to this office iNipay m-nt cire t AMERI$1ounSousEa, Si ,e .--.i I Alr eon o. W HUEAgent.
the disabling of the Galena and supposed los do of subscriptions to the AdvodaM will entitle the per- AMFtoICUS DISTRICT-FIRST QUARTER. Fbr ary 14, 5 ,, I....':!-'. -.IA eJWE ,K ., H AN ,
anothriron clad, together withthe stemerwhich son sndingit to aopy of t ppr for one year. O rtown&mtss, atIorsw Jau Wt.
giar.sa, Olor,DJ1, W;Wsto.otat' Dar.i.......1..a OOIBKSETC., ONHAND AND
had her rin tow and which has not been hear from Hdre ,is an opportunity for active and industrious vill mi h, at Sarkville, Jan 4, 25a ; at bea mwis at Arbury gARTANBURG DIST-RICT--IST QUARTEB. for I ale. A ood assortment of School Books, Station.
Great disconcertment and confusion among the preacher, class-leader, young brethren, and the Chnapel,Janl3standFeblast;ViennaetatProvidence,e Feb 7, 8p.r hbg e ts,s ea tc.. irhich be hsod as lowasela(,,J,,A.rr
Yankees. pI'eae er's wif e and those most succesful oi agents, Fhoowheermss, at wPleasant'Valley, Feb 21, 22; af'ndolph t,JahonSPndb1r t'n,,inJ., Paole,;othena ._____ '. BURER, Aesnt.
Dispatches from St. Louis indicate ti probable -young Christian women-te aid a good work for at Bsthel Fe th ad March l; Lu kin and Grehill, Zo; Goshen Hill .
Captureot Springflield by the Confeodrates, with a the Church-keoping its paper alive-and t supply atLupkin, March7, 8; Oglethorpe and' aveller's Rest, t h .. ....- .. .'", :, 1... i EW FIRM..
very largeomount of army stores, arms and am- themselves ith a fond of useful information. Ogleth crpe, arch t hb r.and Emmn a s, at C th- .r ...;, ,,I I. KS & CO., AU.TION A.D
unition.---The onfederate congress assembled Am March 28,20. Ro' B.L i -. : rr .r. ,f r I S & ., AUCTION. 14 Alaba
in Richmond on Mionday N ine Senoators and-- -- ,, . ... m. 1 i. 1-, I. i, i' I peofn. y ol icit
Afty-threae Ueprosontativs were present. A1- .-.. - UNKCURREN' MONEY. I "FIRST QUARTER-THOMASVILLE DIST. re '-* r 1 ,, .I -. -t'.o ;%,-, ^ -. ,. ,.. ,,. ... I- ,. I ro aAttention to
was no quorum in either branch, they i. 1i, t 6 1 % .." 'i 0"*it'- :.,i : c ,-1..u.. i it.r.. i.,, 1225,1863; Thomasville, an 3islandFeblut; -,- A. 'I.-, i-
r.Ct .. ..t ...r. .a., r". " : ",Febk ",8 at P hiiii elpni ; Q itm an, eb 14, 5 ORANG EBU R STRICT- F IB ST QUARTER I .r .
Lo v on e dr ,.until ue-dl , . . , .... . 1 ,, -' i, i i-.I..... sa i .a, Feb 21 ,2 a t Fit P on dF lM onoltrie ,nd a l e IoArnT r il l, Q a T in a t. f atA T E D A P P L E TyI





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ou sn n IT so.-Advic by the i., i :,,' C. ,, , ., t..- .. ,. ,i r Ist.o beo .. a.t F t t s. It miss Ja 5 i.. Jd N. OB 0 e Oi r ,
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todii bcom have embrio rked on the transponrts at Yorr- on I .I..,.r. t. ar th TA-.RLAHASSEE DI..TB..IT-FIRST ROUND. I Fi eh 1 1 Riddle W. 8. BJohn's. E. o .. "E .. I .V b.










d tiathonoft xperition is supposed to be I ... "".1.-!- ] l .- -I4. 7JE dt mStr-m. Ca l,. l Mr- -Iarc1at r .. . t . d tP i, m r
S ti .2 .dn', ..,t -:- ,-i .' -, ,o, _,_ Matthew's, atLauroalChepel. Feb e28th and Morolo I -,-"' '. .0 r-;p..i t end tn-''-., i, V -r.
Ca tides a 'm t re is vroy clitt le .I ,o- ,,t t ... ", .. 21 F March 21,R22; Tny, Marc ,eorg. .ato I dian Fie.lds.; ari,; B He., at ,; G- perhda.edO.Ew at ghe ro-ll, ry-nor ..





tiB athr c i i, gmpe or oi lotn imo ., ;" .iL-I Y DSTRCT-FRS ARTE 186S.nd March ; n March te Ina t -rac Baur 8;befor sn at 5- don p e r Ahpi a.TndA Y a t1se oh i TH ,
t o o r g a n i a fols er S l id o ll t s ooa n l re o th e r v I o ,,n 1e b : g a 8 -O l pp,- -i. .. , A *. ih 1r aAaBo w e I e tt1 e T m t an e l. a iii h Par h A2 t o n as a r s d e e o r ip p ise g dsne o t h e
.have, .do n- -A bill b sn o noed th Ci 2,SC. . h 2l 24,25;EdgefieldDt 2at1April 4,; St James'Mar aoseCrek, Apr S B. et .- ohsh dtooepnyr ofthe Conf.d














-- T bc -1.- 1...,l. I, ,hr. pa :s Sede tary of the o. .10... T.r or;oI2V.. A Cl; -1 BE Ca' ao6 Th olicial numberr. are her-by yy d ANTED-IN JANUARY, 1863, IN A 1 o tL* 1 S o.YET S 1 r ,
iavy inre. r r.. bi . ts. M. r. .,. . .r. Coo nd Jan ad r. Feb lt; Newberry t, at New C CHOOL a ee e competent. s o, 8 er.J.AILEY,
ione paongress providingfor the present t r.. 1h.-,,, -1 a, ... l.- I. r N, L. A LO DESBORO7.... DISTO..T-FIRw'o.dT QUAFhlTEBl. t;n. da tm.. t.iM I .r,. M. rs n Nir d, 14,5,; A o- o gustaeare.a.
















ha; Cng.spr ng `i at too .six aw a' a:t ..Feb. ,i '"*'h. EHDnry ,83 H ha i cole Gd eorgia.Jn e .
fTwent li0 y -u .. l ..--i,,.r., I i .IWt 's'{ "- .-- .... .'san '. .t Wll a ,t W ih l coFeb11 ,t 15; Ben ton, Feb at Smith's ANDERSVI E DIBTR ICT-F MST QARTER. De. 1TAr h eO G E-IGrA
occi- the C -. 1 - -.1- 1 .t I I," .,. i- .-.,.i -,1 ....1. -, ,'. a.,I.. ,,t, ..p 8; '- F Z8 al, d FarmrAihlst; Abb 1ieetA, 5ot; Srtloose Sandersville Jan L0.11; to- i i. ; Tl O. I
sthe remo e r a', I.fe.(,.tt,,o .; .r,- BI,L.J. ..r.- ta'. o r..ra t. I s ..i ,E I IR..t. tI It. s, eI.Iat' C.h dl 2 SandRirmisato ue's r.,.- F n. l Vernon, TFeb14,' r e Arl sntinn 2a i y t, (in s. an a Ose oh.)
- r-..eToa ltimoren ASmeriea, eontam .., e tOl i' 7. -' H.b.'. t. o lmn. 2 W Laruen, em, at Kini.'s Crape7l. 8 p $4. alet o Mn eris en miss, Fat c-r.i e nsmi l i b ne1i. L atne s( UT arOMMI I iO M rO N A T.
Iefof__erbalrmyand ____r..,y &ni.ht to _ydl__O___ SotH B ewn P 2-N. M'lot. s0 0 7 8; tI.0" Ma r 1 Sl t-hr s y E o ti a. of RsS te n ay irCa .p .he
of another naval expedition Gc n. Na gle and his s r r wt o oo r . M tosh. a sch 7, ; ry at Mar the ch 1.t 15; te taben9eor',NT,
division ia ve mou arked on the transpoyto at orkI- "T T REEiF-r a toJanu eryey th. TALLAHASSEE DISTRICT-FIRST RTOUND. W.MS2;Si.t iaa. 2ea fRo i uth T RTerEinfr ati N atine GoVE Na
town nandGlouCest r l Point. Thaefeetput to .se. '-HL., .. ,24 L J,? t to o,, I ,1 CAndrel0 f Tallahassee,EJn1 7 5 ; Bainbridge, Jan. 4, 25; Blaeiel, at i oiv l y B 1an 1 o d o ATt, uR i Oqnli p. -
the lt inst.,and Com rises enough troops to tf.l U oar ii I 1 -0 -, .;' m -i C. B Ad.a a Jan 0 st nd Feba st; Tsrinty, Feb8,; S;iCo uitr Fe, t r14.to JACKSONVILLEtDISTRICT-FIRST QUARTER. from lon ,, le of WHEATr FLOURn CORie tioe And
and hold anypoiotonptteasSo utaer n'a st ITs_ .MmyiI...aain Jht tilce, obeneno I feel .ime antd of
and hold any po nt ond the Southern rost. l . i. tI. tN .o.k -a u, aDe tRehoboth,k Feb 21, 22; Leon, L at union, 28. Pei, S l i SWors- or a, Jae 11T. 18, .at Be th, tbn atHDea rei n











CIoi -ra.w.cs ha.u.t ..c.d tba a Wsrcla .(a ,. 4,163S, M erG a nde;Lio risL ssr, k,.Marh7, 8m;e iieany, fu.l and.i, conR icO-I.
de oti ation ofthee pegdition is suppo' o t Ly Mred to1b7... -.. ..-.. t i M.17JE a t.trome1 t ae Mach _h a o ek 0h7 L o s B inith. .,re. U nBan;
0 I -..t .., I : 1-. -6." at Strums Chal .e March 14, 15; Gadsden, at St JosephEs, S . I - ae... fo.Ti, d o. .d 8. To what grad Go. e ben tly if prow
Ca r, Tburts anur fiber ofitron rlutds accompa i,, u I. .. 4 I tt" I - .a .. rob ,Nli .,, .. ~ J Ring, Augue., ant.; He.i A. Cooper, Etia ,













-o-auatc fro ec .k,,..-l op- 1 '''i ,1 ,, "I", tIH.. o.o W. .A.i.-. *i. 6 .1 d u T e juEingResq.,Nashville, T eoane.at h
it is presumed thatit will go to son.oiimport. ,, ......-.'" 1. l- l..1" t .L, 0 ________-I-.do',-iMD.reW... to ra e r A. EiE SDE eMT













f2c sWnDt.it .r i. WarmIy, P.duE., .*unoy inE T ]Mrch; ad Hx r' e g Cori n ,day Ab a CMOnoB E, Cturh. 6.. L r I fl7GRA ll n bER. A. SIDttNEY h SMITH













e l ith lr cavalry ;a nd ,elta k buV 11,-- 1] l.1 .,.,.,, 1 11 t1 *li ,i ;- 2 , it0 A rne nD"-"" .l.n..m..rmetomtemstorUmrchuryir ta EiH
-Ie te;rod a a .t tocky 'gertyecaitew. I,-l III-.... .. '.l., -.n. .. L .i ,,1m 3AJOLArook- FIRST ROUND-MONTGOMERY DISTRICT. J; M. T. p F r E &ildTd.
nab or'21,I -,. -- I L'--1:. I.. --, Anrrican sav e C i ' I r tAle S h l 5 1 TA E TE tT O
wc ellagns, wo e hov ni or t t r.o;etrs.o':eorXsc lcool o11, -,', ..-., ,,h- e89AMChrtstz- ke1"eeo a S Tn 54.10 2; Oak Bewery et.Jas 11standFeb*',iat ADDhE Andrew, OFar Ala, ino5OPS eAuRSic
BishopmAitreenSeh1o4. ierl e'eIe' mn.1.cG M4.ro.edGthe o]-ver n o.l ,8
torganizo a f,-- there, will soon resume off nsive berg41 ,S G OC I p pp .., i.i r n P r y, A i..o, *a r af yeit FbniT, at N Sr Ai ase Feb14 a Bishop Pain Abrdeen, i, the oand o ma
operations agai At Richond by way of James tiarruth 4,a 226E A C pbel 4, 230 MA Ciovaiz 231 T T 15, t Ope ika; Crawford, Feb2 1,2,at Zion;tMegs, ih i er Ga. F WARD I ERC A lNI S
River LT nooln has approved the bill e admit Ciristiantin o n C F W C mp- I e s di sounet 2- S S A Feb th tn d ; MaeLM r s ;, Tl at Mtig; ll, a i Aeb rChob 7 8, Lishop Early, Lynburg, Va.F R (nAtrDi Whaf, hareo C e n So. C. r
.Crowder 2,T J61 dWriCook -a2 dI:todr-bThe $1.,Mn ; ehae lalk a heMa1erch 14o1td. R, at As bury; 1n, tJ ietaseW Coh.fCharleSoC .
ti, 'i f ,, ",,:,,' a k- C. into the Union. Ba nk, olumbus, orthless .D-N Crolem2, 18 1 Te, O i2),1, aA, rir fStand. .-.. W Il i*.. l ~ ,r c F..t-bo n eltloa
1t.n .1.1,t- I, it.' ..- I Y : Secre.tar .of thel Cotterl 0,e TG Corbe 4. AClao ,8r 8 EACCa n en heOefficial ember a her eby-p eiaosnvieted. oi ANTED-- r IN Ja m ode 1eA o Columbia. Rbt Brcehre Columbia. Messt..
Natvy in erer ob L I- I ... ir- r t1 i- ir, : . .".: ..I'l- I ` d-I r. 1% W ook 21d F B. Ros small SCO.OL aTmy f prie n iompetret e .T. oomons fo. Smater A b ..n E q C mden
he a. d m ,- ... . 7 "r.o :. & .t DSO D TrICT-F1ST QUART t a, MateMa ie -atin D racing. R ferne. Me sra. ntire. Enues a Ca.i A stai oers. l.
rh pse t,, ,,Alq.. tAd-ia.MTI o-1 lL'JDvie2,i74A LOWaDBORO. DISTRICT-FIRSTM HAs. .B. PMfer C t, Cocteerd Hnra il. C- ., a a i .
o1.0, A, d Ot- W-.-S t. aI :- I a .1 . r M- er..r ." .- .; t ci. o . .. .sJ ick. P ke.8,2uNMrs Lowndesbor s a ad ayOevlle, aad Bg E A CSwam and Ledo- --t and R. U.ioSprings, t o frnI oAI&Lil th
having ospruangaIIt ,a I ertr- I i-w Ih r m ... ;,r, ,',z -' '.: ,.,- .. -- Duoat 2, 8 i S haGhie enltrd missions, at - an- .a ; -- o 0 h .
Twenty live s t. -.- --i t -io r. ,.,L, l :[ I-. ,,- .,,1,, Pleasant ill nd Pleasant Hill eol'dmis-. atBenton, Feb, E STATE o GEORGIA,
disptchre to the W Ii ,d ...I w .. t rIh.. t ,- i, i -I i' N ,,.- r,, ,e 3 .. i. -s .oset 4 Is CAFa woad 8; ParoermsiTlle, at Farmersville, Feb 1, I; sen ,r. at A 1 YOUNG LADY, OF OME I XPEBIt- TIT O o. cOG iA,-





























coin terofSouth ter his t1reene d e a c t; G onlfili tb Cedsr ree.. 1 eiba i N El, d fs 1 re.-.,...T. ms pe i Be ti n as iE ro n h fami oy f,..;ereo th I.oi te W e.a y wOill
MurfrOsboro' endedd Satcurday, -ithi the5to.al 12,22 FoI~tdtgPHM40,24' TeFrtsorS2,n813JHFletehlor Suhe. older,.Feb 21,,;Greenville, astCad&r Creel,. Feb 2 AL ENiE,dcaiealt..n. aJitas TEACHER fa afmols.ADS. & Iesr GE t'S iT'FCC
1W ov HGiltl 2.JaeoarH Graa M 210 MrsMp H aro its opeadiarO s seh` l;Ar1, .s Athens, Mars'h't7' U, ioS .atMoaio She. tot Maou Shoftee a- s o ea Eching e tn brne e Latin, i g.atit e, Jo. G ir.
defeat fthe a rebel s and a disord, herly flight to2 f. 1. a ,-i l Mar ,r; Troy and Orion,a, ,Troy. March 21, and Ma o on the Ptano. Saofactory ref ren esr gvin
defet ofuhhat rebelodDrlye, and tat der kerl igMhG rt2 iddin- Te reaeseDic am J h or2,4 8W re- F Gree -- 0Address J, By Resolution of the General Assembly, Cpublshed
TullahomaJ. The figh tWcontinuedmfroiJ-TuesdayYto toJaSnd3 ,1FrTede,,I0,M.TIIBot-- -INA.
Tehea ol e in ah T i th trtoanteboatmrooe-led ne tor o e Th rAwhetrsL dsf. orB', and iyIe till, uae Dl e. 4- L. Bennon1 F E .e,it si lle below, it m made the duty of the Adjutant General
Saturday." He s ay s, the Medical Directors e tio- ,1HammondJ 1,201-3 A Rdone 1 n, Stes Andr M prd~ will pl .iss M infrm me h et w . de... et i o ,r a ls of the d n ter
maet 5550 wou Vded in the hospitate,,aIl1ing A'rEI T .rkine 4",2121 W Hunto 1, 21 D JHooway, Q2 rr JW -AN TED -BY A YOUNG LADY,A ,A. prepare and deposit in the Archives of the State,
koiled.a Thre Cumberland aid o t, i Y k. B. ad o',T,, re4tl L r.todr o,60 Y L lOrris HP olng eb7,sO a. .. m.,. 1.1 e isit on' ges or r ta f ilyr She a Regitrie of all perono from thin Seae who bau

















OLUMBU-TRI IS T Q.odT. E, T La r wel lo. . A .....X bet or t. r rI'll t h ei a.. CIA
riseith, G y. I ad_ 2 G oo 2, 258 T G Her e Hinton. c. 2n d. .A .Iheuu ` I* 1 T lih ba. ,VsMd- ta tred or may.?hereafter entera the M military Service
'ecr' riesing rapidly.2-Th N. Y. Talo0 1,-B ITO r1Tt SFIRST RHm idRTon oeUeDTn dur- i t toh o t thye e r d. hran ter th eM etoy b Se r
SSorea S xo dr 8i O Slest an L ta 1 ,11 H, 26 1 rliE2F TROUND-COLUM B US ISTRICT. of- Latl Good roefrehes given. Address, station ary, d lg thie wor e nd of thoo who hr been wound-
mIta Rosecrano lost ten thousand mao, oseveralR 1, ,-. J t Hou dr, 80 3 J W Humbert 7, l12 B Haohnos 1,150 W a | ea nd killed in the wnr, nd died from the cf'ects

















,299J 0 T r au esl Chapl, IVeHuebn-r 7,32B Lare h 2 ,We Columbus ta, Ja 18, 183; Crawford. rille, at Ar length of term .t, r L. s I R
hundred wagons, and thirty cannoe- At H Holinshed51106 J 8 HororaJn4.32;BroosvoileatXPrairie, Jan tan 1 ad Fe st ev0, 6ec.netisvillo, P. of their wounds.
official di-patch from -Gn. blunt to Curtis an J-14AM Jones 1,119 SJ i I .r BSJohncon "l .a,,i&,-o. e biT, 8s7, ,*; o o hi r oudAthens, at f anIr riwrorFe
02WWAcSnsePH 1 5 .I.r OW Hao son 14,10.; Columbutst, stYorkville, Feb21, 22; Pickes ast, at "'TANTED-BY A YOUNG LADY OF In order therefore, that those Registries ns.y be
rnoan en tihe cCapthuroof ernslaBu Aron Ark.,with 0 2,27"A Jorreliittor, 1 o tvo. ,Ae ITIfJoarnigan3.'rShiloh F nd ar lot Gree2ah, etarh a cirene, r at Salem, uch, 7 ias complete as possible, persons having relatives or
loss to g S spring of all their 'K-1 ,) 1 t I,. ,* If, y expergiencehiequalified W ingtiruct, I.the high-
lan I'tJhe Siomh at Dippicg Spring; tf all. thoir H --Ii I -.l i. ,-,. F S 2, 811W 5me,.e eftrn i eatPa'e'e aapei, Mavrchtedlto. on brandhso Eg it h iteratarthnindig Mathtemt f.iendo in the war, are invited t cnd m at thin
transportation, campa.-- _. .-r.t. I. .: ad 1080D01 ','II.... t .Iiiya e 1Hells'10., I S M Run- Goo S PN FreuiDawls0sadnMnlo s a
"oe 0 .''''"j .,- r -Mmrs's nameant in IG_________PnMeti________mi_______ ti TRACHR I place, thenamof the eltive or friend with the
hundred pc; -onero, a 1--.',,-,..-., t .-t.o.o.itino to ne,'heaineitwastrn-dtwice. We tried to got outail some InstituttoULorTprivatef ly.I-FIRSTQUARTER. The most Satisfactory refeceaccanbegIvan o for
and fou stiar n bats A correspondent of Lth o t m addi others, hot failed in hiscase. Better over I. UAU STI following further information andin the order here
SChicao Tim s says, that in response too trcua rturno come name wiae. Your account was $14 e sso Sr e Uion springs, Jan 10,11; 0nn vile, Jua Jn 17,18; Cisyt dream g ., specified. .
- "r fo GMv. ,i2 e a5eH t o qu aJ t o l. 1 o send land i subscriber- itob e paid and Louisvil le n J 2 0, ; E ; tlals, Jan Maetyd Feb let. BeSO, S1. Name in full and county. I
latt.r from Cy. Rtohinson, two-thirde o the mon-o At- tiheavathe office in debt to pue S.. 353W Lawrenneville, Febs'.8; lohsunmnegsm, atMallard., Feb 10, Jan1. F-2.Atanta0.-s 2, Comp.ny. Battalion and Igientjoined end
U -er, of thc Kentucly, Legislature have doclmed in r', ELKin e. 10 ; 16 ,oas ti i'c Capel. Feb 21. 22; ClaytoRnAtaOWieet y--e rRO N 2. Co pay B i an tm
- r -i I -. t'..,. r-1 I te on L--t14 -SFTLifford2 2TMLynhtodro 170 HL rad 2Feb2th an dMarolt 2,Mc Noo c, l 3. ORMATION i WANTED FROM ANY rank at the time fjoiing.
, .' '" .' .I.. I, g U t o- r ,e 17It F Loe kh 't4, d S tk 0 R B Lester 4-aad e Mto a Sre i .H. ia o F. peroe. ie to giv it s the death of Win. Hn He To what grades promoted subsequently if pro-
.. r. : ,. ,, ."-- 1'r -. I -1. Trris enfred.--IR E BH Lowry 55 2 C 1 1E d I ead 4to 2tELassiter a, f270TJ Wae.aper -to i C. VG Capt. ontell, 7. w t b ae Florida Rao e ncedted at u oall- f "
There was an attempt mode to on t -.r L i IT .--J ,t-- .Eo, At- .la ,n i al abr, ttc 0 sm VRTOoa D S.1YHIT-CTFS.RST QUARTER. ho died o .. atoa.pn t ismiss- ppi River, en hid way to be
Beacher, at Elizabeth City, N. -J .* ,'D.. i.-. n t I''.- I ".I II L.- .- R.e. E' r 4 01 ar. . o.. -tan .4. .Brownsville et, at Dotha S. Ja 10,13 ; exchanged. Iho Paiinqi re i e nam. adtar of the 4. Wound or wounds, if any, in what battle ory
- Adisn watch from I w Y e or k. I I. ,I:o. t, e r, Id.-' a 2 'ilw. '. i a r "' 0 L r l '.qe. .bs. J1an I I. ,d; Lyneohburg. at .et eh m, Jair A drepapss ne t isd aL. battles received, and iwhntpart of the boe dy.
Stoe inn'- it -'lloe ,. ci ".B ,20I l1,i s 'r', tnplse tB e th F eb m J Address M .. Ifd i. ofMouuop hen w re d nw a
says that tuinrt's cavalry hag ... 1..0-. -,.. I II LasI5 .... 1z E,- ..... J, .Wk% I,,' I G "1 a ... .. r t7.8 oto', t FeP oe h lhia n g ,J a t.' N S ld Feb e -O -- O. .d.... fast tFl. i. d
Cuil .,of. Bur i-de's armyT, capture;: Ii.i1- . j- [ ,I..... 'I- a -e sFe 2 8; W'l-sa -lburg, t o- age.r a I-
i of B ur ns, d e r .apt,' ur .. ,,, .p ., .. '- M k U 0 L e_, T,. I K A,., i- Per, 4 1 r Oh a Chapel, F t Ti. r ',w. battlenand-o- wha0
tour,-- .. -i H i-t c. t A i I 'i, at, .Ar t,1,t. -,r t, A- NDREW FEMALE COLLEGE, CUTH- .If killedinhattle, whbattldonwht
Thoe th Penn. cavalry was ar,- .snrl ., -. L.h.e ...-..t ai. -..i.-I, 'i. 1-. 2,,AT.- s I -r e 8e- .r- s lti infeo ed-inim e fortheirhnr a-. si -A e a io I &.. at whetago
He captured a battery of11ix c1 i ,.. .'.. L ,, rI.,-e, Z .. !..o.. J tI thl, l i I M"'. I. -I ie.e-ll wti.d W. p.I B.a P....en T-I Ma.ndain oiA, r.., .] 'h a .l of this office, of theRegiment, and of
I . i .o ---t---'is-- --e-f----.--,-- . Ran. Mg Ca c-es.
wagons and Governm l .r.1, t. t .. i 1 d "'.,. '"' 0 I.,21 k. i- .. L E TRICT-FIRST QUARBTER-. .Rev. Morgan-Calwa. y Ao .. .,-, .. he War Depa rtment in RichmondwillS upply
Te 2N,.-iv t, --I -. -1 it i .- i; I- 'soN-1. . -i ,, 1,ir. A AO F' --.AL,s a mr 'clan 4 -o. Francis, Jan11; St PanlnJanols; appiontadRe v.AJ.K.t bisht-oeeesmor. : mainly the information desired, but that thern may
instant contains a dispt. h from I r ,;- a, ..,,,,- ., -- -.' , ,".'. -.-.0, t ,o ', z 'I~.'.-,, ,;,. .- ir, a,.-s- : achelrk, Jan 11; tisphees,, aen s this l Institutiono clams the attention and od -t agi alFut`lo.r
ai En n success atw V icksburg.' I, do l In Feb l! .u d I..,,:. ar le, J an 31,1;St Stephens, at t %I.-- i . r , t e, e ce p hat c;lu t ';e bl oow'orser-
aFderao l s ouccenst Vick-burg". [' ,i'-I- -l i- a".-., ,a !. -. -. ,.,' i a, r'lt. a',- FW t '.n'villeat., at Meanville,Febl,14.15; Mt parents and guardiana, on acountofitshealt it t , i,,r, ,' c om ss w e p fe bo o
T hoeT. _ibo io'o \Holly nt'd7i B t I riL A -- I. '- i i-c . a-- 'P.. ,.5 t TatpTVri P-c, -.eb'i-", Feb 11, 5; al o aPa goul at. Sal e I, tn failities ferim at ingins ,tru ion bote h in inth *, aT .. l.r. ..4. ",' S.... -r..',.- I-..,'Constitution-

,hr o ' :' ,.- : I.. itt.-r.eI-,' R .. .. .. *..Pi',:, Mk-ad ot hJrus.a ,. t o f : el to-an thaate m em rinnin of galatrpndhoorbltnr
th e fast C ly d e s team er V u lo .Vi,, '2.- h, t I, I..ulcanlit-.. #..'. I- ILI I,-- I. I.I ined tot rool-1g.r ts.f in thhseemm e m oraassoo g al l a trytr nd h n or ble et-
Confeitr'rato,, and woasabout It ,',, ..r-a R,.. I. -,t . .1 . .. 1 .. s -, I. , ii"...i., i .,1- I ,.,,t,F F'.- ., i. ..ABt1 -,- .%oucln; aopforlhcsoe;lasi yso vi, 10. "
.%r. Smith, Secretary of the InteriorfL - -' O c .i-. 1.; C ba, Jn N ot. ... .!; .,,.,,,,',...' ;- Iight. a d r T JOE, . Tg andW in ................... $19 As it ts my intention to furni tI, th.:- :i'ofte
1 -- ---.- mia '., I ., 1, r ,-.. = 1 I "r'.. ,, i n l0.': t,8-.lt- r *' 18 I, m.a'.C. .' i ; I " % '. .l , s.............. ........... ........ ..S up erior C ou rt of ea nh cou n ty o hr l C r ... o f h is
res.ignedand goAn horns.* The Captainofo -t. ..1 ...-s f t -... t'i d tPr.io ry .ICL E S1 aUses ........--. -O.... ...... tpa..r o..re t of acok y uiervs of I. o tra of hia
., I .- , .",- "t i . r. 1" i.- R. E. F rt., ig 0 r e b d,. I tI- I: .I e i L; ......................... to..... ,t s r. I .,rCI t..'a ite Ilin his off .ica, I respectfully h
hark Trent reports therdestruntion of r iis va-s,. I..,'-"..l.;IPi ., ". [." it .I, [...'11 E = .m-.1'tu'A 01 1 'PIC.. -.a ,. d Urasees - a-,'.'i....C.......t....hs.ofie,...oprtf.ly so
by a new rebel privateer, on theSith of Decemot.,I.' I a II. :- T. i L . ;I.0. ,o! c ..t I .11 .L.'-,,u. 1.- i L i, .J Ca.a .;.. J A .o... -o- t f conyofficers (so far s their
last.' himself fandcreorwwere-ooladrift-Li.-..:'-- ..-di ,-... itCO LUMBsi_.,I--- 0,4T1T--Fio ,Qe,.--. &it1 5.- '. I.,I.. ia -i-a-':irua-othem-...
CoIn nieued his-throote ed n em ancipation proclaim e , a-.... 1 -- 'I o .'.r - lo, ..... *a 1 -.1 W i" .. ,, : . . .. .1. l T .t -.|: .
iton en lot Jaruacy. It excepts from iticop rati-. i -,.. rI;P..si.... .I .. M ..... 'Lu' .. n.. i';. ; !. .. c'".." J-.iao ,..i I .,.. ....... ... -Ionl".".,'ItIn-T hat ta" Ad utn eo. ...al..he
all thosc States andtlpae ofof States, where ho eI. -ia'-; i' .`' t,''.b. .a.. %1' P...l..J .I.,i Iv.,r, ,,, e sr.-p.t.ed.in hisoflee aRet ontinioo;ten.ite.
th power toenfo.c itand leaves thir institution '.,- '.i t...- osu,- I l-. i. of ilO. ,,. le I I. -H n .E tat --a i--1 ---.' t IFP.
therac sitwaso Itonly applies whre hebehoasn, -1., ir 1 fP' 4 Ic' .. -. C .---.,m- .I'"t', M t li. I- .-., a.0..-.- ,. 5aTo-. J1h a '. d t a fr d i
power toenforcohiswioked odicte.- A diopat- "' ". -,-,' -.., i-,n ..- '' .,.I ; ,1., have enared or may hereafter enter tle
froro Washington to the N. Y. World, sayst that U a" nl t.-..... at .... ....K o ,ngc Aa .. Seoul, Boo51.,afo-.'L. u. : ,, 'toej .t..' so c ,-;.'. I; n thiirs tnat'durirgt-eexiCtig wacdoo-
Burnside hae resigned, and that Gen. Hooker hasm 1 P LW .ade 1,11,0 Wiloon a2, a1W H Wlli 5, 210 HH'. 'or R-Pgimanta of which they woeromenbere
been appointed ti. hisplace.- Late Washing- Waters 4 and 2 to dr, theI5$10wasoreceived-.error oftypes. ATLASNTA DISTEICT--FIeTQAT .
ton papers nay that Ge. Sherman was forced to Atlanta Wesley Chapel and .Clotrnd Cbtrope.tJ.. 1Y 1.1N E 01.1LE.. '.-I.L. .i L-'t bewo,-,' reniotry ehall.contain so fences can ho scar-
fall hock from Vicksburg, before overwhelming :- AOKNOWLEDGMENTS AtlantaTrinity'and City miss, J,-, '-.", it'I.;4l *" i- ,vl.ii.- -s,-n- ,, sat ..e .is.,. c, is n, ,clint of theos wounded in bottle, bu, who
frcree, aedesay thata bloody battle must nmme eo H W T 0 1Atlantao.,Hutg, series, J.no A. LLo- ,- .., -'., L. -. 's -r i:.,5.Y lesS.,_ ra", .. .t 'r"i: .,5. r.lc .. Inanseparateavolumeshalllbaupreserved a
lit-fore nd a theplac can h o dya t d tXe N u O W;T TR t t P T T Tn711 ;Coviegto ,Feb7,e O forda-O f t. .-, .o I.5.1 $b. ,s', % 50 ,' C ',,,.g..-'vic- gr l.,.. thegFllant and lamented deisdp, who.felltby
bWi-ore.theepla ecaevebe captured.-e-fTet N. Ya C.EO TAfl ne. Ac tt. iaib2;... t1n h, l ib. Miitto swell, oand oloc 1--Feba21;a..icL. .......eo,-of,,cc.cf.rom 1cr" I t J -: i.. .on ued.d indwtc wIioy
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M ss with a ls of George Armstrong,,DD,nNorfolk,0Va,nLifke ChaanItJvald,0a'iD0olE- ,c,'Lg'eis"LtPastor',',,,'."
able offiers.----Gold in'New l )bo'k, onthe 9th i ret B$Aio-tg,rNorftlk.V.-L5s Chapel,.endatLo-1k.1., sa o memorial of ,gallant ess
was quoted at IPS. Stocks greatly excited. hMr.s Johk Erwie Greensboro', Ala, Life Member, 10 08,L; M I I ,I --.Ci, r I N !T A N 1 ,"
w g RevSJ0AClarkoSudtJesseoAnsley, Executive Coin- DARLON1A DISTRICt-fthm ,'I "5i =,,-,s,. ,.,' 0-let-',-- La i I2'.1 a H oct-odedeedo.
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.......k....................I..... "I P. -S y addressis Walborne Fia. M E C Llubs of 10 or more, for one year, $2 00 snobs
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: Feb lath aed Moreb 1cr. Jso- seRcc LosAt Gnoleve, Mooch 7 0; Sanie lt. Andrew's Chapel Meabh 7. Riohtbnd ot. ,rofessor ef Netural Soien: James e sH. Carlirle, A.M., Pro' BY PHILEMOF FPRCHt
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For the sot.e.. Clhristian Advocate to come and stay with me. They used to tell TLi.HE HEART'S DOOR. who have heard her voice of prayer and praise, for Rock of Ages. To the hands of a merciful God ,
MUFFL1NG THE ALARUtM. me a great many stories ab.-m other children "'ll not forgive Fred as long as I live," said yea x s1Y w. e. Ie has lared asn an committing han, chi ad all she ld dear,
a, I live," said i Jtinerant P.reacher's wife, will say when they see she leaned bar dro'oping head on III., 'l...M ."- h er
SY DA S . that were very brave, nd went to bed andwere Dora angrily, as she came into the parlor, hold- this notice, a good woman and a faithful Ohristian., Saviour, and breathed her life ., i --,y it,:re
In all cities, there is wih t. is called the town left alone without any light, and who never Ing up before her mother the fragments of a has gone to heaven. On a calm Sabbath evening, I L.
bell. It is generally large, and hangs near the madeany fuss, and I thought sure enough I beautiful little sofa, a piece of the set of furni- 16th Nov 1862, she sweetly fell asleep in Jesus. I' "
Centre ofthe corporation. Such a bell, might ought to be brave as they. And so sometimes, ture her uncle James had given her a few days Her partinblessg pronounced to her children J. .. I o.
be deemed tihe spokesman of the town. When when I was with father and mother, before I before. G.. C. OAl LowAbe. So, Ca., moved to Alabama in 1881, ant died in
danger threatened, its quick and nervous tones, went to bed, I would get up a hoip of courage, "Dmr, my daughter !" . Montgomery co., Ala, Dec. 12th, 18. nearly i '.
cllg the men to arms, and the women to pre- and I was going to boed 'bravely, and not mind "Well, I mean just whatI say," continued the ------...--- eighty years of age..
caution. Should fires occur, doleful'night-windq anything about staying alone.- But when I "- ..et. d ittle g,d. "Fred came rushing into the s 1ai tii CAING, young eat He "was member of the M. E Church more
reverberate thb tolling sounds; and all cream in bed, .and my mother had kissed mle and said summer-house just as he always does, and trod daughter of the late Wm. Adams, Esq., of er- thand year-a one t noaehis g
......... in bed w I ams Es. of e' his dealings with mankind, modest andu unassuming'
tures are active for strife with, and protection good night, and I saw her turn and go out of on it with his great boots; and when I spoke to muda, and wife of Charles Cannming, died in Augus In his -Manner, exemp"lifyi the true (arhatfixan* .
aaatthis -i;-le..-I Nor are we less the room, and heard her steps as she was going him about ,it, h4 aid, h didhe 't care a; bit, and ta, Nov. 18th, Charleston, wher in blic and private life; lind and affectionate,
familiar with 1 -I : 1 sometsetimes slowly down stairs, and then heard the door into the wishl-,..I h h- b,.oe.,I te chnl tI. "m "' nnnued to reside ur til June as riend and brother. But he has filled up the -
doles out a solmn knell, whenour lost ones are sitting room open and shut, by that time all my "Tlhk L.lr y, m.ire,. mI lea. I For several ers nrio to her eese he measure of his days and gone :, ic. i mil. -
carried to their long resting place, where coura-e was gone, and felt as though I could hap, vo, .- ,i ,., Ir.:k ,ou. m,,,,.r .,r .-".", eVer enjoy, d a week of uninterrupted who ha e .all re dd him to tr,, r e r lad.
~~~ ~snl = r ,: "" -te' kc" "'''-.. fuh auea eptohnen daughter, M y brother seemed can-. :-,"
Nt Wr no no can rosnot stay there a single minute. My mother. spe..U.ng Iunq, still her malady was of such a nature, as .t I... ..
Neither wars nor wolds can rouse said I was a very good little girl about other "I only told'fim he was careless and ugly, not .to preclude the hopes of her family, thathe a "a hng n ir n r 'll
The weary sleeper from his rest. things, but in this she could not make me do and so he was. It's too bad. No, I will' never might yet be spared man year to her loving cr- n e the Tweight of yeas and nrni.est













worla~~~~~~~ ~~~~ oi things btno neve this shel conuld not mak me do an so he --n w Ba ,'dndt aimtt ieot~ ao z ner une then ,; .., .
Aton we list, and with some festive occasion ea m as sh e wanted e tI do. I am sure,-yi e.,. .me I tried IyHep. away popeu of a blionul rid- .E .
ourhearts are gladdened with the joyou pal hard, and I knew there wis nothing rea o lly to be the pieces of the ruined toy in her hands, her a ty an attack of congestion ,of the l.. h v. e taty a rr .Ics..
of echoing notes that fill the air with added afraid of, but still I u'as afraid, and I could not face grew dark with revengeful feelings. was roared a Presbyterian, and enjoyed tr,1. ir- I -------- --.-------- -
pleasure. help it. "Hark, Dora Listen ; some one is, knocking, ege of the instruction of a mother, eminently pious WoomoN LlooN son of Mrs Permelia Li.on












anu' ma, age "ot WOOSO LiooN, sonl of~sa noise P l Ligon...... -
Man is fend of novelty, 'tis true; but tlfre are As I grow older I wasmore and more I 1h,17 I'm sure." .1 .oi 2ed,o and s heembrd racedea reiaio eata ten de of Bartow county, Ga., died in Virginia, while on












mon Itor[n asoitions tactualusterhl arouond hear of. ,. :... u"hnmndrigghakta eabobr age;:n For ove 22a oye arst shtewsamembe pofsthae an marc iolntDcember, from camp' nearve Por t Royal
Certain association, that cluster aroiud our about my silly fears, and at length I made up Little Willie, a-three year old younger brother, c h"ulat church, of Charleston; and was through- a march in Decemo from yabp near Port oyal
early days, which are ever dearer to uD, Vhan al my mind that I -would stay aloe, and would stopped playing with his blocks on the floor, and out R consist-,r' Chriltih.. Nahurslly amisle. to late batte re cs ndb suddenly
the'recent improvements to be found. Oar ne t mind it *8., ,ri.r nsr I did. nsr.t l a -r, looked at the door as if expecting a visitor. l her character, L.y Chr.-rin nuru.-,... aba bypra.v. dr. .si.n-tr". .r-.b. al I"o.l..r i preptrieds sat
s.hildhood's home-its friend.s--thea sehoolbous o , o V I I Iw 1(Ion Id .t heal, ,s formd .lro "Wnatwdoyou meavm,.ma? I don't hear w asfo md : I .,'. e aI0, teh rhh bo, . his l o
andplayground,theChurchandev enthechimes oa. Il "i. .. le, i i,.1 Ie...e ai ., ,.1 ".anything," said l oramn, fa e o f. dI., r f ebe.iu y l o nt .... p.... n.,, ife -t ...r.,rfarfromhome- -












ir~~~~s i. .s~ Jill ao, asr;- .. . doraner wasxlos.d wods am a d H rbfw s a tt s no SL
thereof-how allowed i our collection f ae some trailing noise would make me "Have you forgotten nf daughter, thalt acmr, a ari.tri/. y ..r.rv. ho .herliv..etdr ,:., r,: plt. words, "bet p












el u rU 11 cemtr aewd comes~iii~ fly inLcttil
these, all. do we not often,live o'er gain tl: a nk -,, somethingg that I wanted to say.to is tt door to your heart" You have opened it that en,.-., r..A-hh. i.r.. ..-.l not-evil ApAt Ch"ristia n." ea e a e n i
days, wherein these places, constituted our mother, and it was a great comfort to have her once this morning, and let in an evil, hateful .tern tol., r ,.r.ndr n ..I very .asnily excellence anners Savioul Al who i ewhi lo ed' im.
world? Anddo we not rememember the old.t come to the.foot of the stairs and answer my thing. No picture that could be.made of it without the exercise of other power than thatof as for his aviour. All wo knw him loved .
belfry o h rr almost hear ga, questions. If I could hear her voice for a would be too dark to represent what is now in e To er husand she was te source o Butash I. ...ut..nh ..tr,
theold smale..,r ohjr,. '. Did they not wield it gave me new corage, 'oielimes I your heart." Wuninterr ped earthly happiness, and the remem- W LIA Li a m l..r **f M E. *
I onre influence over those whom we l.id and use.] to find that I was very thirsty after I .ad Dor hung her head, for she began to under- branee of her excellences, doubtless assuages the Ifur b %uc 'r.,l,.r.Lb Il.
revedI? gone to bed..andcould not go to sleepwithoul .stand her mother. I bitterness of his great bereavement. Contentment man id th"-r.I.; l .. rau- Tny trt -r
"How soft the music of those-clear-tonedrbells. ,ome wi- to drink. "A nd now, if you will listen, you 'will hear. n. I r e , ..,tl as a wd e to.rn thr l Mosis A. ,EA-.
Falling at intervals upon the ear, Ifa f ous stirred in the attic Iwa .- r"ui1. I-. I best Friend, at thle door. Ile I f 1 . a nv have it related. r w ,:ai m l "











.= ~ r e 0,a Ji Wiae. I, ......hr L%.o hae treene. io. Vls, '.... be ... h .. . .. ..
In capance sweetly now dying all away, hear him, and many times I have covered my Isn.*..* n-g -ently. Dear little dsuiter, le- him ,.... -,r 1,u .nri ar.J l,..lf .i .... per.
Now pealing loud and louder still, er av ur e ( bea d -clotbes, so that I orea t ,n li. I: *..5 a message for you, in.]- I- ? i. l f... -,* rle .. c.::. .[,r,, c..... ..... 1-r"uimity M sa SARA Rusru,, wife of Christopher
Clear and sonorous as the gale comes on. ut such sounds outor my ears. My other forgive not mAL their trespaf;-- -1" I %, I I -*. .-, L ... .. She Rmp of St. George's Parish, Collet 1is it. So.











'. ~~~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ J'. % -.: .- .. ..he -n mohe wt ."nl t '.~s 1 '"" ...,r '"" --J' oat:r [r-1i' ....I 'h.p ..J'....rl- L I 1C; was, h.born Ja...l t, 1803,] andts died aets."he -.
With easy force it opens all the cells ly ued the oe an;ho ok fsl your h. ,enly Father forgive a' u,....',t".-**- r .... i t s... nr .... oh.... d ",gr r. Wes, *hbr











W hr ce cnt . yo slep. ano thlat ... ...... repose highoam. .: ., .g ... .. bed ... ........ I .. ...... ........ -,, .A. u,tu.. r borl t..I h-e? d ea. I.,, h.-i ft-Ih e of,._ m ., herduhe, . W est... .. ...hbert -
Where menry slept. w thought I wts asleep, and take away thre light, and tt wo,.d ymen- tinkes ,-a, ,, ,. r. Irr al or ,mur ,, ,,a, u ,- none, G, a-. Jan. I s8% 1 I I ,
hen should thy memory sleep, arouse her, ~nd she sas that she ha oftenfou me I ho, you ti, has i.. h rf-nne ,l ..,.i...r. :ter H had been for many years a ccepta-
that she listen well, lot, she mistake the sound my tend all covered up, and my Iace is re1 -rl'l. ,,.l l.:aS l G'.d edm *A .:-lieC i..c1. I. I me less bl. member of the V. E. Church. On account ,
-conveyed. There is within thy on], I bell; it could be and h1 used to'tell me tht I ought Dora's heart ias adftening. fl.. I. r, -..r ..,dr,;r and braim th, i.,.a.., ... disease, the suddenness of her attack and a state ofinsensi-
revere the God who gave thee such a safeguard. never to g to sleep in that way, for it, ,is into her eye.s. Se opened the .Io:.. .-, her r ..r s -^meo e t "
For oftin dark temptation's hour, that tone healthy. And I neve-imeant to go to sleep o, little way. Willie, who had been listening,lo ke hf. .. r ,,,,,,,.on ..,,.,r 1 ... -ai conve-i.n ".:. "











... .~so loke I : e ~ anv 'ui [" r o .. r B ,- h, a re-,t r.n, a ,tu a 'in I- .' Lbi d p-pi -'qg" br" Ridcnvi-il.I ii ". -. "
within-though soft-bheard even above the 1.ut used to cover up my head when I heard Icame, and putting his chubby arms around ]ter of God !Ii .3 IliLr., --t.n- ,fa t- I- .I v. % : [,.-.' d I- .: hoc.-.. IB^ p;ri .-f oul; a- d -e.d ..Icr to :











-Ic tois nose, aod meo Ie kiiiswmct ior In lu drtrc I ,, I ,. ,
clash of mercenary sterile, will guide you: ,,,i h"noise8, and before i rhet il I w3 home- .nek, hissed .." .. u -.. r' i -r " al". 'i.nre nur.c r.i.. bu.... t .. -i 1 .rr na ,Hr e t. r..i ...ed of heaven. I t ..
it,'tisthe oracle of God. A man's first care ti h fsts d '*' swung.o.p. id. r..:-..,an.d ..u.ant..red were. i.-or w meetneg. ao"l .:Ar.r.[.ary .i.-iL IL. 1,. J. B. WA.LAw .











m e fas n l e. S -. ,1 ,I -, ..... I e I ..
skould'betoavoid the reproaches ofhisown i i I i Yes; .iotb J .. X "-lori v.! Fii..3." sobbed She bad h b ,,e- G 1 ,.,-1 1 19 beet Beldw _co., 'I Doe. in e-.
o.ea l is nex t thought bei tul wh stik the I l dk ,Iw whenIhwasol e l :, Dra. "I was, ,m-ue h. and 'I ne, -, r,, .,i -,-- I - L I
world ofthis? Friend, nev- ritifle thisgmonitor' that tio s ds abight ngic,,e a Inow I spoke. spitfully, o "e would have felt by nth in Bad to tredl r-e .et wh; e hdo Joi Sp~n from a t h n .e, stoo ans d Pic "











grs I I' n oo tnz b"
never muffle the bel that God has made your d t sh old wl as tormifl oi- sorry when he did it.vr" ..... emotion her hist to t experience was more fa gd.. t h 16'6, i his ,tist e nr,
*~~atr whe beo'^ ^ er 1 did~h it."d ;o -. 1.-1 emotons here'* Chisia expc c -l* -^ ^ 'P ^ 6feg w: on
monitor. In the actual world, Nye often hear of an I "Then. my darting,- thank that dettr F. .nall-l-d mansjoyful cast. Extreme prostrate in Hevlnere nhsedury' secels



only the muffled oar can sid in the trying our; n owent out with sunshine inher face ad ;joy in death, her face expresiveeof singular peace. cn f unt's srve ,
some friendliesill fr .. is..r .d. hear no more" b abou-h d go outa andfa ten it I could not ,,. heart, fo. its door was closed again, and A, Her life was fau.Htess--her end peace ,' hinasa soldier, and il h-.-,r..u.,.cy rt ,..t .n, the .,
a r"d- 'ear-t m ,.r ; s om t ie suee ga t o has, niu tieh finto y he ,,,te. I r r se d butlt o..ay1 futur. u spr inin.- Chil 'r Papan. d,* r B ,, ,. th ug left hib re, e rer:an -








Doyou heedn it ? "Oh pay dal y-th at you. n^ a w nakelsenrngto these. stra g no.s al, [ l at .. h ,:. ...., .. ~ ,::,;;. :..^ __ __ *"..*.-*,:' 1:') "5th... i' ed. ,!f.. !Ilra ..J l nr t..... t..... : .... _,,. it ... wih Hrim ho
may-be e l ghto nce ther wesue lee i to n oen mehi.. e.n th.t.,E o. fri, ,ltn,, d i . .. .. .... I e-r I .- W -r <,h-a-re ghatd "e .en a fl e it. faiuA an l pt, E s ,. I
that all wihin are sad i fhn y Wannot even hear worse than all the rest. eightt at my window C***--- in her besatLda.EysLwTCsntWoLdLIAuseson':f Elijah and w pi- .. it. i *.
the society o friend. t hheir gief yet too new r there was r lod, sharp sound, jurt like a oe- I M urtha J. Williams, e d o s r -.,, .:... ..f the late arm ,r----
Sooefedr htaza rd-i in.den atend pte an ( e r.-oeep, goel I f.. t loose, ad blew toget.. h l.a id away .ev.Drts f t and s ... suf red, noe h kn a yewse o' was bol W'r.t H-oU beesidns ISp.r. ii, 1. dne. 1st,
onml t led nl c ai rout h: n ot, -.ere knownur ; I I., slam, a m y fateher hal to pu o, t ou with st in 'I #h.r f. ,,, ,,jo i e,- ace s, e, of i tr. d n t h,.. &- b. -
onlyin t e thn that m n see a would that .. I? i ;n tt r I c l .I ll .- r sai. ,,: - w ft watlrl, pic- .b ei,_ a... _n- .* t :. .
you existed not man's heartarmor her bre feet and in doo .e,.s .emy .w c.l.. p mber og ...in. 1 hrm, sodir a I -r ...Cr M! '-" he mi a
corroding his senbilitics and ly adding am to father a nd mother wera, w old ti .m As I ci -"r wt h a n- Pluna.y.r H p eri n.: ..ary ir t.h, I. her a1 p.1 her trust in b rea.c ""-
I t n guessed there wastheiostBD in mty roodin . , w1h r 1 I a r erit ; r rBIq.Jr.n
y,"tar W pu selL an. tire nes comes awake listen -. ... .. .. W'. t'h- s^tran rges noier a. and f d-----s. ,.I.-n -l. D o I 0th. t- regt, l t s for or I

heathen I am talk ng at. l.. .t. ,., .. in i & raer r hid a someit in, t.hat frigahtened..I gave i **I -r i .r, mucA R- I wll I
Brother, knowrest thoe, what Nbehan said to "There was woman' voice," sai l ] ... -..ed o,, f is family w-.,r-,n -.rrh0.a on rlt Ot. t Jae u il Byo-, ays '.,i --. C-. - ,m an
DAvid? "Thou ." God speaks mywindow, and it called out so th"tI "ar 11. .' -n iuQ r -ahf.lly ande when .. riitn .tic .]l. g. ., ,--: r- ".. .
to us eot i the whirlwind, nor in thunderwtone rpanslyui I' "1" .... .. w.o.r t .i.ia al the rest 186 negr anomviy lle ow n h thyearaLspt -Rc-n I, I0 -I
ut through that till, small voice, the on- "Ghosts!" s d my mother; "w a: 1., : .... wr . Mt l.r ,. -, th l. ...
,ence. youoanytehing aboutghostse?"e " e n, I.. i ...'.,, .. .r Rv alt P o Win wa b, was born in Va., August .





"Q ic a' thoap loo an e ';T *j 11 ,ii ..i*. "' '. i.' 9t *" !~ *" an So v ahr e.pn~ t e o m n sa e Ah, [, .L F n, r:t E. ;, h; brte .. i..,,-.i mni i ,rii Lii d st19, rn die in Bad i co' '=. Doc r18"lhl.-
Oh! .conscience; consciences: matn's most faithful "O!" said I "Bridget has told me E ;.-lillumrnv ,- 'ii .r -an .' ,1 I... i' :. I. al l ..f r, n, : 111 i.-, ? 1 62. n d nBad i co* G Do 1t ,
friend, stories, about ghosts and about fOii.m: i..: 1 .", .' -. ,, l.'. ,, ,, ,i by th ,ne,:ty to Frederick Gity, where ha Sptung, from a heroic, stock as exemplf. in
Him cans't thou comfort, ease. relieve, defend: like her fairy stories a great deal the 1-0 .r. ..' g < ,, br, t r ( .... I. h-, ip of the Am'uri. L Rl. d.:*. n.. i -h. L. 'r a .
SB tif he will thy friendly checks -orego, .ast night she told me a beautiful l]n -l . .. ,, : h r,, 1- i ..,p,1 -..._ ug_ pr I. and took t----i-' -" ," L u ii" = -r. ." h".Ti-lI
Thou art,h foh Y for me, his deadliest foe!(" about how a hunter was lost in the L,.-.uin.s..i I Ei* *-'' *"*1' **** i.-*, H .n\r6d, piL. hi .. -i,.:.ii, Chu. *h Bh.h *" 11" ""* U -*- A1.ui i;. ri.. h-
Do you heed it Oh, pray daily that you anV wan s O c o t a w ne to on dow [ . l e,. tam e s .. r- *l ..r,-r ... pra. i frnd .nse br ,,rg ...ugh, : d
maybe lightened, that Jesus' blood m irht he lay down on the .d .1 .... >,1 ,ng l, k ,1.:. h pI.reiri, a,.i --.- -. l.. *,.-.u].i -*.a O. rl, .5.L i.. I.. bar -.:. a m Eduldil
refine its innate tendency and prevent carnnal eleep, when a fairyoi 't I i -P "" ..... L ' "1 Hl,, to remember him in prayer. >-be a, all F. .. ..t roub.es, ured his way I.wat L d .l
b indnessfr om lea in you to erath or D o you him ane rold him l.:.. he m h ,r, hI, , I ,- ,t .. r, ..- -. I ' c ', n 'a" '...1 l. "e I e to,, .m web and este:- i l .1 -
aexam ine yourconsci hnee i to kno l that its tone e h me Ba I -m -ure i nu t ,t L .. .. -, ... ..-. .. .. H . -tlL, Ls. .,f H f.o .) Ml y
cordn his. nni liisa d l dng h mI I I + '-, A l r. I W' I" 4 Vot l nu ~ren K" ,I per,- ir i ;,, ho %an u. Lahr till:n i, ., ,




ihealtny ? Carry it often to God, and ever been a ghost, which IIr '.. n" ciii rm:.... * -, .. ; --------'--------e.,**ag
pray, that He would give you discern nt o my wind ow and called .kni-t Aoea-te oo a-" B" in-t [ f te Edg- ef- eld i-t- ToHrS L. BrI ,CoI I, 'stierth Ga. iegt., a son of
know your error, lest the spiritt bell be m +utd uW ll." said my fater, l l i ie goo n ,i E .'l- di ofo ,..ndiarrh- oJahes and Ma B, cof Fa.et I GI., die- ,
toorwill come while I am there.Ih sr e He e'. .'. 1 ,-. n ..ert ..-, 1"- 11 gir iI a .-ar .r Hi' ":'.. "
Quid as the apple of an eye, Soy my father wentup into the room and staye[I l e .-. L,, ,.l, brother ,th :-* l , . &th arkl. l" Si'.', A16 sn
Y OU Sta onsrt with me, but I could not go to sleep for a long --fT iit ._. ,,.mi.. wIdI It Hl-hr ..1Kd ;t a .r ad0. r 'h, ume, wA.. n.od A th,: ^lf, ,i-r. o I
Sgh i It was so cold that-e w.ted to go down ch '1 .wa,. I III ho .- in M-.1 .i. the rg ,t, C... er ,tn:ug ,i
And keep m u tse ll awake." and leave ne, bs t I had been so fri]lngan r. at L.:.,..r iL.,t,.,T ,. Hi l, .een a.ember of ..,. B.--= . ... ...., <.ra.. had nearly got back lto ,chmond,
yDo not ragine it tohe e the work of a single I could not bear keto stay alone. r,,..r :. .. n^, g E f -1'r, ., I ia,;, -" -. hb. t .b.r .n.. ... 18 or 20 yDtrs but ...... Il hj a t:rms -1n ao* c afe l m
transaction, for such dereliction would onl.. I r ". o .,. ..i ea [.. u o,.w d,. . ,., ,. ..I. -.. .. dr 1 'aii y n, nrr dV.-i He did his w ole duty a-a '-
quicken the warnting strokes but you forget everything rattle again, and right in the midst t. l I pous o ., r, 'lr, a ,nt I .hi r .-.n'. .. idir,. ... ID. ..I is man and hiscontry, living a
-h "T er wlas a< womr th t,. .-.: 'I '-s 11 I I ,.- -l '1..ie ,.tl n ,..t- ,l m in..- at,,. -.. Mir)h, I a rer I~." Jb I. -.' -l- kw" Leb,ra .., -, Hgu adO l .' '_ -- -ars .... .u w ll









your ,ecret pyer, you often fmd it t oo cold or of it came that strange voice at the window call- a(r ,,, Set His mir. W ...tt... t.:. ..n ..as a .-..mrr soldier's life. W. J. '
too tedious, to attend the services of God's hal. ing "Susie!" ^ 8, i. \,, i.i... r. n.'. u' l't i T r. l e I n t....lil *f -.1 ]ii>.i. til "', f. .I.i.., _r, One
loweddays The tiusarelard,. and yot ar w "Thiere," d said *1, a "t t wc l the ghost." My ., .m ; .. .....lt- s..H IL.: .-. ...' '.:u f- ri. ,-, ,rf -"** - Ir".,, -it.an.'. rv
withD holding those cu parties, wbose distribulior.' h lih r.i lie no me. t he iid 11 did riul.ay ..rma u. ,. y armui u ,i... G.1 I l" u:n ...ir L-I .T'*i Ohrist, and in his LAUAu Duns, eldest daughter of H. V. a IdI
used to b l s th e d on or ; you areweven f wci.nd no iun.thn eny to ne,- viern p.l y 'S uir. n,.lhe. 1 . .. ".1. T -1 I i n ..l. 1 ,.i ,..m, l 1 -" 1 4 i r g m M h L K D n, died ear C lnton, L a on D ee. 7th, A .rI
more th t worth, for the produce which But he went close to the window and wt 0 w i ; a ,*:.-, ,. r 1 .. '.. Shewas e-.ebeoft., ,. E ..: Ie ,
God's blessing sent to your garnerl These dedsr long time. and byand-by there came a. ,.., ,. ,..a _, j t., .,,- 1. i ,, .... .. ,,, ,, .,.v c-... -- cerely .',.u.., ,l, -., -,...i.. a c'r, Lir holu, .1 t .
rkliden .l o, u.. ny furnish you, all.themeans great gust of wind, and with itavoicecall.n,.,,,, a,. ,..*e" 1r.-- I 1.. 11 re a7 [,.. .I,, E. MAmsoX WAL hO-," died of sickneIs at all who kr.,w b.:.r. G, a.is b.rn haid V r, t.- ut,.,,, '
es oen ,l t, I, -, ilie callous coile which are "Susie!" "' r .'.. a,','- ..... I i I l,'r,.,,,t-or ienn.,Nov.0 th, 1862. He was a .P. th.. .. ur. h' h"'d and . a' n",, w ,
slowly,siiencingthe alarumof th soul Tihen "There," said my father, "I guess I hay-found I -'1...... ... '-. ".". " "' '"- I h-l,.'.1.:7,1t W. rd'sCom1panyfromn Polkc s 1 ,.' c andd d ,. ,, ,,11 *
I I .. .. '" . = .... ,L "I -,1 "... .... i. .. . .. r-' I I,,- ..:, I~o I.- 'j F. "& piety ra. I Iy ripe in int 3 ful -,-harvest.I ." Iu












if thou woulds"be informed, what God ha outyour ghost." a n ,,aboj l -r., ,,f r,, -.:.f, ..ier i., \I. .. .N.l I.ro1*r Th,..[,.-. -h Wraldropfell in battle Godfin m a rovidence has remove her to anoth- ,
written concerning thee in Heaven, look into So he opened the window and reached out his .-., r, f' ._- :r r. *. i ., i., ...- '... ', I J"A, Iw" ""*'i -5 .. ;7.-L i 'was not permitted' er and happier sphere of usellness and we re left
thine* wn bosom," and see what graces He can hand and br oke offl the end of one the limbs of 1,,.'rit ..l I t. i.. r t. r.I ... i .1,. I- ,,.; i ., r i r,T 1serh ', ,n1 .u ..., .li his country, he .w.s to lament that'the light ,:.f il;, .u 1 1. 1 ii. 1. 1 to
there working thee Seek our cherry tree. I "... ... .. .,''. u. : : : .. e readytodo so. He was the principal stay of.hi revr n the present 1.1 T. L
"Apeace above all earthly dignities "There is the ghost" said my father. Lo ok. | .t.-ath,: h. n h s n'fe" lt. 1 '.. WidOWed mother lt whose declining years ehe -- H .: a. a .
A stiil and quit on. ci en e !" at it now, and what a fri ghtf. l looking creature to ..hi 1ty 1. 7 I . .: i memr ndro thea tM h-rIr,% o.urnu- MAa- w E" Hors, of 5th G .. r. molr,
Pr feis." - ... 4 -. :, .. ,.a, L, t..r ] m in r .g r ;i *1; L nih tr ht s tri tb r arr..] t..r di .] N..ie S r..- e 6th; i ni TenIF essee, .r ab.L ut.i yteard
~e , .M a s -' lY o u se e th e w a y o f it w a s th is. O n e o f th e ...rv rii r(, i r.., j e t Tt so rn .. n ..t .I t-l,.. :. : ,. .I,, ..' '
'y eiihnd ,ta limbsof the cherry tree had grown so long that Mlss. E-izx, wife of Jalms G. Stone, died in without hope. A .IuI HC. Ho was not ai member of any branch of the" *
.. il reached al ost up to mV window and when Burke co., Ga.aov. 18th. 182, in her 49th year .i. Ohur..h, t. r t.l.. ,r....r i ..... '.;,- m-. ,V tri,at .... 'wa .
r'efn its ihewit bnl -.c a prvn c ara For 22 yersshe had been a consistent member con ,, tro A-mbe. nh a r. pcal at M:,t,,, G;i,ead
b1innssr Ie. thewmd bl.ew very herd, as yo uld thnat antghl so' of the M,. E. Church. Although from the nature .iss AABEZLLA DAVIS, died in Gwinnett co., He a ,.". ;'. imwr.el ra.nd- es" 11, 1 .,uhad 1:a1livrs ay .
examiethat the whole tree would bend a very-ittle, the ... ,,., h..m... B.. ,,r r, ,;u..., I. 1 lying Ga., on 9th Nov., 1862, in the 48d year of her age. iitror I- PXau rr ., ..* ,', to T .if ,. ,Id ".' "
i tend of that limb rubbed against the glass, and al... Hbnar.. r] -iott, w,. I U,.I r,,i ri-t;.n iopes, She'embraced religion and joined the M. E; AmOs Joa''Io.. .
SUSIE'S GHOST. -made that squeaking noise that I'thought was b .r *.... l. I r .I,..,...r .|iii..r ..I ,, ,.t,,r ('hut.r 1,, 1837, and ever afterwards lived a con- ,
Many children, and older people as well, re the voice el' the ghost* calling out '"Susie," -,. d tr," ... t"., "*.,-,,', ," l" .. .. *" ,,, ',, .i,],.,,t isrij faithftil lifo, evidencing the purity of ," '. <
frightened at an unusual noie, anritd It wasnly when thd hardest gusts ot wnct cae I ", I I I I l l e as nsumin an r:t Ga, ovemr3,. 1
searching intelligently forathe cause, abandon thatthetreewouldhendeuoughsothatthelimb (,, -...:it. h,.r,,, "l '.," ,rrrnt. ,. a ,, vrr prrtad illness she was gery putlent nao years oage. t- '. .

themselves to needlessterror. If they had the could hit the window, and that was the reason h|ghl." I.r,.....l ..r.J n..j.t1 I g h.t0 .r ]?ne expressed herself as perfectly resigned to the wtll Shejoined the M. L Cr...-..h at a rev. hn .I-.
courage to investigate they would often flnd why I always heard my name called when the m:r.iiir, mvisi, ,..ur. ,r r.L 'o-.u ...... Fhos- of God, and ready for the Important change she a month previdas to her ,.,jn, She wasM i-.romi. '-
little ncase for fear as in the following capital wind was very wild and noisy. And so this in Ptt li h," .. e.a tl ,r,,. |,, ,Oiarly w about to experience, and he was often happy ing you lady, and rn..:n h..l..'6 t b n,
story- my "GhostStory.' .pleasahtnt ilbY nothe kindne Saotedandwioattention, of :. .r,. t,, i," ,d r, i,.,.. ,ng amid her, ,severe, sufferings:. W OSL t.aikew her bost._ Ao JOE..
"Wly- and mIs, now lamented, wife. .W OsIL S. L BO____ ., a -** o,
But the worst thing of all Wap going to bed. I suppose I shall never hear the last of it. R. B. Lstrsa. ... d "
My. mother used to say that il was all nonsense Whenever any of us children gee frighteneId o S-----l-- TBIBUTE OF RESPEOT.
for me to think that I must have some one stay about some little thing, my father always Iha, to MRs. Tteor.ocrA Bloz..AHT, died 5th of Dec., The Union Sabbathe School, Perry, GaI, in
Close to my bed until I went to sleop, and I tell my ghot story. I 's S .aRnA JANE PO I .Sns, wife of Rev. Wil- 1862, : and. offering a.tribute to the memory of Jonts oSLI.-
suppose it was, bat I could not help it. The I think it has done me good, and lam getting liani Ir Powers, was born in Wayne Co., Ky., .In the full enjoyment of early, healthful, con- MAN.uTALLT( i - -,, i i'..:, r, .,; .:,,lu...r,
.moment I wa left alone, even ,though I had a to be quite brave." May lFt, 1828. -. .. tented existence, the silver :ord was toosed, and Rcsolved, Thr.l nti -. r.. ir. u.1 Io.-. -.f one
"""e-. ,'' ._.''in-,,_, vnn- ~til. i 'SBa p.,"f=.s.1. ,- vPi: ',,'ih in .Tsml and ,1inind the golden "bowl beokeu.. : rank, Tndustrious, so 1ood and promising so much.to~owrcountry, th
lighi A l mr ng in d be room ,lseem edsolonrsom e Y ou m eight laugh at m e :)ow ju.1 a m ud., n- i ',M ,l h ,' .. | n T ] i. I cd n irg c fc. iu ll .i tb adal k,. .?'w fea ,d .o, o,.1 a .k In wrhi.l, be wao tak n sti.kto 'te
S tome llil 1 coild not stand it ; and though I you plem,, because I have been laughed aL|o m ... A t,n, ",s m, ,rd ]7,h, i,,rch IC r wLith adelitv a !. ItfeeLionaat pr-omptitua,. lburoh-wede yly b ymdath nnar.g t tha barvhnd,
felnt imrry and ashamed. I c would not e still many 6mne about my"*hot" thae I am Umd iie. Cmhartmtl in ,,h f. e( the r ight .rt. and Early cmbrcion'g th.. Christian religion, on th- Iamily in otir 2syver, bffilretc, a nd truas and be-
t r a n a ct o n o r u c h d e r e i c t o n soul d o nl y t ee w asl 'I v e r h a =rd g u s o f wg e n. t h a m a d ,es m ar.7 I~p o c ., re th .o ta ...y e I .. . E - 1 1 1 1 .h.eI i . L t r l I l f 1 i n r n M l' A 'R c harr o- i wo5 .4 h ois n e r e ona l y o n d a a d .
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