Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Title: Southern Christian advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION THUMBNAILS ZOOMABLE PAGE IMAGE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00102121/00041
 Material Information
Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: June 14, 1867
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also on microfilm: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Libraries.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00102121
Volume ID: VID00041
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 24261451
lccn - sn 91099152
 Related Items
Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

Full Text


















P DDI.T.ABS PHB AIREM. PUBLISHED BY J. W. BTREE & CO"; FOR TEE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTB* M. R. MTERS. A


XXX-No. 24. Macon, Ga., I'rig, June 14, 1867 Thole 1 an 11

house and churob. Here for pany years our dee aful componettons at times, especi- of conties with this monebr, that .nothing but covered withfloatin which rendered ereasi still his presence was not regarded as 4 ble. are giwraill' y thas y M 40
0 preachers held forth the word of life, with va- all ring spent the Sabbath in an uproar a ecial interposition of Almighty power can exceedinglydiflicalliif ot impossible. Hesitati Ife was a very good man, some said, but was have a weightier 3 than .
seesse A large camp ground was Anal- of and rabbit hasting with eate it from my heark a moment to encounter the danger before him, not a pleasant man. He did not recommend re. When he lies down at Artratoberia ven-
aear by-eambers were added to the wicked boys. Ah, then, at night when I lay I have been, therefore, some twenty years ag- he east a look behind, and saw the Indians at a ligion as some did. gonee than when he the mornint' He
"TB JEUMP Bit BORN AGAIN." areh-uArmenia"yss built afew miles north, upon my bed and reflection was allowedto enter, arising in the most terrible spiritual confliets distance advancing at their bestepeed upon him, }fr. Johnson entertained arroneons views in is continually deepening and darkeninghiseter-
sad '*New Hope't.Inally underwent another I have groaned sn enguish ofspirit. And thus without the comforting smiles of God; but yet already exulting in the certainty of their prey. regard to religion. Those crfoneonariewsled to sal portion.-Rev. J A. James
7 >.1.** s ==ou ..5 .-as.... n, .... is.. .. war.** ..man.,:. n, Le .r.....I r 0 .er.A I went on from had to worse, and the "atill have I never despaired--never given up-God Instantly he plunged intotheice-mantled stream erroneous actions on his part. Said actions la-
... ..... ....., e....a w. ..... ., r .s... ..* b >.2,- .<.3 ur., mu.* = a c.1. = ..1 as.. small voice" of God in see, growing weaker and be praised! I havea he e, an humble but new and grandly did his noble beast buiret the rush. jured tale reputation and his charseter.
.. in.. ris s .. -wr .ms.."," wr. .1.. us...<, M.I.sr., ... -, .,r, ur .4.:==:*- more indistinct till I arrived at the age of six- er failing hope that GoSwill save me at last ing ourrent, and bear his master to the other Religion ought to have made him a pleasant Fromuaeotratianobserver.
same., man....an. ... war.n--assasham.ne.w < ** '** **** *** "-' 1. ..1 as =_ ..2 I r..a teen. I was then deeply steeped so em, but This is my only support ingho trials of earth. I shore at which he arrived in safety just as the man. "It ought to make every one who practices TEB AMILY, A BCHOOL.
-as own emas ass r......aps.... .....** **-*7 1..1 an .1 l.. g. .- -. r .*3 as 3 e.r..ray with frequent frights when a neighbor died care truly say that T have nque in heaven but Indians approached the ford They did not its pleasant man. To be s religious man, to
.can nor a w .....wr -s... s... e.g..I.e... c...* Lt.n.u,:r, gr,. ,,, 7, a., a ...r r sl, rac.wr.- or a revival was in progress in the neigh- God, and there is none varik that I desire dare to attempt the dangerous river, trusting to be a Christian, is to be a follower and imitator Some one has well said: The famDy is a
.Ir.......-.. .ar. r.,-.....a..., ....ss .<= as ...** $.51 Cars... a. .I.L. I. . .. as.. I al a horhood. A few resolutions and spasmodie et beside Him. My unbel aff ideurable unbe- the strength of their light ponies, and had to of Christ. Just in proportion as a man is truly common school of education organised by the
.. is... Fa war a cr....s. s.. e --ar.' ar,... I.. 1. L Em ist r ..s -= -1 .I. >.=.eI forts at prayer was the result, and then a plunge lief, will probably never owelne to enjoy Hion content themselves with uttering a savage yell religious, he in Chrietlikeand just in proportion great Sovereign an&Father of all. He appoints
ar.. ww..ustaina.* .-mar.so... I.-11-ar.n I ..i Z. n, deeper into ain and carelessness. All gentler much on earth. Twent a years of dreary and brandishing their tomahawke in the air. as he in Christlike, he is lovely and pleasant. the teachers in these select school@ He pays
unn.awnerar..srae.r**-=* Nwas.e. ..-sa ma. 0...... 1. v. r.sue means had failed to bring meto Christto this darkness forbid me to for this. Ibare When out of reach of the Indians, he dis- True religion never makes a man austere, do. them their wages; He prescribes their.duke
.us.. ..ge.r...t., ......* -ar." ir.x,..gra., II -.-, RI, ..p p. ., a ( ...... 3 ..p- time. Behold now the goodness and severity of long since given up all for Him. My heart and mounted, emptied the water out of his boots nunciatory, narrow-minded. or no any way en- and holds there to a strict account. To parents
is *==*r *=-=- **r.ng= a on use chunts and neignostious, nor what God. He would not give me up, for he knew treasure are in heaven. 'The world as a dreary and saddle-bage, wrnog out his stockings, while pleasant, he eye, 'Take this child and educate it for the
is...r......=a...g.....y ar,....w.nr. reason we need not stop to detail. There were that it was better to enter life deaf, rather than wilderness to me. I ask for nothing and desire his faithful horse ate a few ears of corn with We have often seen men of rough exterior and present life, and for the life eternal.' "
.co.>. nany....aw ..ps.. the Seelya in large force, and near here lived having two ears to be east into hell. He there- nothing but Christ. The wealth of the whole which he was provided. He then remounted ignorant of the forms of polished society, who Durag a recent round of visits among my
***,.4 .ulgag...arm. the patriarobal Bennet Humphreys, a sealous fore commissioned the searlettever to seize upoR world is not to be comparedto Him. I hate ein, and addressed himself to his journey. In a were very pleasant men, and whose presence kinsfolk and friends, I had, perhaps, better op-
r -e. -,.es a ...*** 1=.. er a .1 .r -:,.1., 1. Mr.r .1 n.- and hold me suspended over the grave for and strive and struggle day and night to get rid few houre he reached in safety his place of des- was everywhere welcomed. Their hearts were portunities than ever before, to observe the va-
men oneverny thereineyposse.. L. .-. a ha l* *.ugh .r ( tr.. w--k -, and totally and forever deprive me of the of it, and my soul is ravished and forever capti- tination, the abode of love-love to God and to men. rious modes of governmental which are common



Bym 4 weae sodepard t.ra J I .1 ar Irr J * I..acc .. 2 read this-fzve hundred children of God, will try, in its early settlement. Some time elapsed God made us to be happy. His law is a di. gratitude, and sometimes, they gave me sade-
Apareraitracesheresouthan ave a u- tr. .. 2 I ,: 5 1 ..aw and felt this stroke to be directly from each one now raise his heart to God for me ? before a physician could be had to attend to his rectory for the attainment of happinese. The scribable pain. I have thought it mi ht not be
Time sent so..everlasonstamina 1r* ighs 1.'0 1 .s = = e.- I 2 N as ai 3 O, well do 1 remember the feelings that Will you F "His ear attends the softest prayer." case. When he came, he expressed strong right exercise of car soelal nature ducive uninteresting, or unprofitable, to jot own some
researaper Opukbehaptaggis this place lived the venerable and energetic came over me on finding myself to bebopelessly Let me know now that Ave hundred hearts are doubts as to Baseem's recovery, but employed to happiness. Self denial does not require the of these observations for.the eyes of teachere in
Lyles, whose children and grandchildren, have deaf All my towering hopes and ambitious lifted to God at one time for me, and who knows the usual prescriptions for subduing the disease eradication, bufthe regulation of our natural de. their schools.
"ey, as unp'** maintained their allegiance to Methodism-- prospects, so strong in youth, fell with a mighty but that the long involving cloud may break ? After a few visits, he expressed the opinion that sires and propensities. Christ annotionedby his My Uncle and Anat B-- are good people; .
Manabattitapanelasheanes a gas Near here also, lived, (then a very young mar- orash. Doomed now to a silent and inferior Just say, Lord, take from him his evil hearter the case was hopeless, and that it was useless for presence the marriage feast. He did not de, they belong to the church, and, I hope, she
Theanner assopher gain.* rsed woman) the late sister Hopkxas, (subse- sphere of life, and excluded from soelety, the unbelief : O, give him joy and peace in believe. him to continue his visits. Still the prescribed cline the hospitality of Zacoheus. He never Christians; they have a lar5e family of young
quently sister Wood), and the sister of our high- anordfication my pride writhed under was almost ing." Only let me farmly believe the immortal- medicine was continuedand the fever r d on; cast a frown on the innocent enjoyments of life. children. They are both very seeiable and fon4
ly esteemed friend, Brother John W. Kelly unbearable, and a voice, almost audible, seemed ity of the soul and the truth of the Bible, and and though the patient was literally pe shing The stern, censorious, morose spirit is far re. of visiting, so when the day's labors are over,
* of the South Carolina Conference. It was my to say: See now how completely you are in the world may take its gold and silver and every with thirst, according to the regimeof the times, moved from the spirit of Christ. Uncle B- very often goes to a near neigh-
Sir ft IIIIONS. mournful duty, a very few years ago, to attend the power of God-bow easily he can take from thing it values. This is all I ask. ER the use of cold water was strictly prohibited, Correct ideas on the subject of religion are of bor's to sit till bed-time, and if the weather as
her dying bed, and witness her triumphant de- you your faculties or your life; learn to fear and under pain of supposed instant death. Bascom the utmost i rtance. Facts show that ineer. fane and the nights light, Aust B--- goes with
parture to the land of the blessed. Hers was a tremble before him." thought he must die and was resigned to his red ideas ahpooften prevalent. Great injury is him. They never take the children; no, they
REMINEBOENCEL rare character for piety, and devotion to eve7 I saw now that my h pee in this world were Wm. T. Smithaon of Baltimore fate; but, oh, if he could but have one good, thus often done by those who are real Christians. are too noisy and troublesople, ands iq fgh,
good work. She hved much respected nod be- rushed forever, and God was my only resource. free draught of water, he thought he could die Christ is wounded in the house of his friends, ought to be asleep. ButAuntB-oftengoes
Winasbora'CirouH,1835.-Con#nu" loved by all who knew her, and died regretted Ihad very little conviction of sin, or fright at it 0.. . .. . . . ,_ . si with more comfort and perfect resignation. At not through wilful disloyalty, but through want before they are asleep, and before they have
We left our readers in the neighborhood of especially by the poor and ocedy, to whose and as little fear of hell. I just began to hav ers 1 =1 . . ...1.0 the base of a shady, green awarded hill, a short ofaceurate views of roll us truth. kneeled down besideberandofferedap their little

:?""'"it "*C.:" T::".ia'\:"": ""7". 1'"". a t"" 't ..c o .... . .1.1 vt of .. TCloit.." b d mr t a rt e hee ta c a ide fri lone as b th8e as r8f h at n2 a be at bl a

intrBod a them to so o the n me seriwa ot a tr r fdhead noue of the & ru arn tt a ean e o nh usgt a d not as etgun o ters nri ed fer a prem Le ash no set forth m the New Testament-Erantiner habit inta growing more and more conArmd








us bok and a ena end ea simoo t a v oDds kh a n b n do a a d[ terit tobae r anne uM n no n n n a good a H th a


ioears a & dbh an tr a boonu s bbja h ddnto rhn b ors o .theTlude n I equest nabidepw ther o al oe ae ne rn e nA hohe od ha f h Thonwhodidstmadthebm be do to 4 k n t MA an
men of such great physical force as they po of God ly intereeting to me, and quite another book. I many of these books are scattered all over the to attend it, but could not think of leaving the Alanet in a day when I was left alone with the childrenand
seemed weald have made them the terror of the Belonging to this ociety, and at that time a read it in the day and dreamed of eating it at country going to ruin. sick minister He urged them to go, assuring po we re, was, apparentlyverymuch absorbed a my book,

a seh Tee Hhardenseas r as comparatiT o inp ad( twele convertd ni untill byh andhns terreadin(e throf h sidB n bb{a legbjce[e n3a ctob em j t it bos ndees t eino uinja en r up j eman n in a
oils men-" 21eosicial member of h stead yy kne ofor t aea untdhdoo ofph ven. can nuedu i rsee wdhaoll a or dmdy he IGed2 le t o}e eNashrille, w the and th Sally--a hlialfid obegirjalT elremain to na d ann t on on rise h la ge$ me fat little hammer out of




(his half brother) he ht found a man of th mother surnved many, many years Within a soul was diseased; that from the crown of my ove to aid a worthy and unfortunate brother in gett ng a full satisfaction of cold water. Not convent one. ell, bade eveafoow.iL; h2gave




(RT 4 .,;.*, ph m to a n aw at n e orn nd los e I I e f a go a MFran a we
19 .. r this extensi ngest of four lining 1rothe those at havingg sire aftte amlf a e tnto ing ag r on in n iri y r lon m ., Tah kgat wi le d r a14eertainl m
fainit a o o Feial memberntos and bomms about eighty selem love in my heart, to know that I was Iris Iwou State of New York; and all this on mere sus were e ected to follow this delightful indul t n a- do so augh wish

ch r e a jI arealti 14E * *** '* '0 .. I picion, that he had been rendering some serve gence. xpSoon, howeverreaction took place; the hear those feeble lisping prayers, and to
child 4 The o imith a I I, ,.. . L r to the South. At the close of the war he re- patient was thrown into a profuse pe phration, N re theholyheat- am of JOur leisure momenM in 60VedBg 07
fathers. ., .. I turned to the City of Washington to find all the fever yielded, and from that hour he began nee t aspepran a y re. these little beds, not content until you felt that

is within as L z. host;det instenhde ofki s I fo de unden@ sttonme a cu ltlie more than onburble to aos mou.4 ioi hal ad u eni si n
1plagemand a li p lieroad leading frohn r e nunual Badtimhore dt hhaedd a eab 2 ye lthePlik l eemineuthsinade rr.m 87 ee hyoubaddh he e 's nighd
Obester to Jorkvillegib, a rt Ike who ., en n sover to porting his family and of being able to pursue com resumed his work and went around hislarge a n.b.nor no,- seen the fair eyelide close softly; I am sure
aged had venerab dhe church in the a any r 5. I a day, the cherished object of his life-contribute to circuit, preaching with elohquence and power the it would aiFordyou a deep and lasting joywhich
is'2:4,!-"=t".it.citJoitifo be t so a aba me n3te ft oneranfeedverdandin aydo deao how-
. Every noak ing business is closedand his now before no as heard Mr. Bascom preach It was the old My Coasin Tom T- andah wife hre za
hi oa go e e ihi ei


2. d r e in ni n d we a n pe on ae joi eb s ie AA e h e as a

the on 1.4 .. r ..sp . his wad quite neas to us in the day of our trouble, and throw confess, thatat that time, I felt not the important parish church was a good three miles from ou* a playmate, sake his mamma so many questions
11 e6 of : e c. b. Our ., ... ary an envy their business influence to the people of the truths he delivered to the multitude, yet his ora- The two parishes had but one minister, and ser. ad wants so much attention, thatake ts glad to
ho star r .)..ar I,. ..m 1..r .. a sedingly enfee- North. I have written this of my own motion, tory alone so captivated my mind and feelings, vice was conducted in each parish church on al. send him down to the store (a commission
the / I 1 . .2 . cely walk, but Bro. B. knows nothing of the matter. I wish that I stood outside the window during the en- ternate Sabbaths. It was a long journey for house,) ry de His a likes to have hift
com ney I even 4 .ne-rr g .r d ..Is . c sn. I took no to help a good man. JAs. O. Annanw tire service, without the slightest sense of unea- the auld wife" of whom I am to speak; but -he is eve lend lookiaPg7ittle fellow, and his
have benth h ousn for. rh .. . 11y eyes glueTd siness, and for the first time in my life, re* abe was never absent. One dusty, hot summer friends anFeastomers take so much notice of
a seenbread ,,.ny . rr the face o -- L greeted the ending of the sermon. I recollect Sabbath, we parishioners were on our way home him. And the native little mind takes notice

al. lk..ry M-.L 3... In L. ...t.. r with me, o Aneedotes of Bishop Bascom that theneestoroodh by my se ent1emadunwho Auld C narwas m thekreardof marchient too, of all that g on around iteud from he
('La .0 na l on ] Dr F. Gks..., r.r. L ael . r ,: there continue In 1815 Mr. Basoom was appointed to what before seen at a place of worship; after listening our phalf-way mark. The toll-keeper, as was ro gh th3 it wer to should not hear.


be for all fn vt . r r .vi ) . : =- ** :' into the Indian country. Troy, Pique, Spring ing to do good. If all preaching*werelike that, A group of young men were on the point of en- but then it seems to me it would be so much
Chesteryllie, must now 6 m- st. = .r -i.. p -th-,.,,, . 1 field, Urbana, and several Indian towns were everybody would goto church.' And yet it was tearing the toll-house to have a penny roll nod a better, in so far as possible, to shield this sus-
ogr coopidentio thougl ,r. le*,.. .. has s. I as ( 0* I a . -. < them; and on embraced in this carcult. This circuit, though a searching sermon, abounding in truths and glass of the famous Scotch sma'stall whisky, and phible, pliant, unsuspecting mind and heart
house of w ese, ana ..'in r- e ve -in I r .. I t... c . q s and nets for a frontier one, was in a rich and, in many re" denunciations the most solemn and terrible. ontof pure kindness they asked "add Cecy" to m the contamination which is in this contact
who claimed to long to on.M.I.ar n a.1 r.F 0 (' &= *** s. at - guns and cross pects, a delightful country. There was a good During the summer of this year, Mr. Bascom come in audhave a share. "Nazas," a a the with and knowledge of the world, until some

on angaround whio the v.llnes wash.: It I . an .rs li li - .... c. e. . ..-re R. =1.1 In-. I : I fore the Ma3 treated attention, and wherever he went mu village of Mechanickaburg, in Champaiqu cone- gang; for Em thinking' there's no muckle room th I wonder his motherdoesnotthink more
alenatiosthester is of "lpeantiful," and in the place of hundredaintlypse earlier days. Indeed, ty of heave earth, begging for life and a tudes went to hear him, and hung with wonder ty, Ohio, now stands. On Sabbath morning of for him there yet." And so, with her stock- oieml1 this, It would be better, she should be
onlginal seleotioh of the county seat, other con- it makes me feel gagdto know, Lynch precious ration, and y times upon seesog an unre- and delight upon his eloquent laps. His lield that meeting, Mr. Bascom delivered a sermon ings and shoes carried over her arm, she trudged was his neetions, and that her
aiderations than "besitty"and "good water," are means of grace e once enjoyli at these places generate man at a distance, I have broken unto a of labor was large, and involved no little dilB- owerfally eloquent and effective, whiph under away right stoutly. I have never forgotten the he abaonued nonh with is noise now, than that
saidtofarebeen inituentish. It is too late now have passed away-perhaps not to eturn again laugh while tears would roll down my cheetkhse and peril, as the following incident will Phe blessing of God, became the starting point lesson, and hope I never shall.-Sunday at hereafter her heart abould ache because her son
howere, totepilir Opefujury which was do for emsaveston, yes in name This arose from my deep knowledge o in the reformation and religious life of one who 170me. h own hard and rofane and diatrnatful of
ther inhaoitants in than matter; as tl>o t hear 1 1.r J .. so1 .nr ,...r ) in..:A- ear.crr ..aer.I..u he was In while not partakerof Bascom had been visiting the Societies west is now, and has been for years, an eminent min- -- Fand of God! oor little boy! Heaven
enow miiffer many yqars has beers 4 Azed fact.- .f I. ..,, =.,r, a ,w.. is r., I .... I so r ... al 1. I lived in this confused and of the Great Msami, and extended his tour to ister of Christ. Righ salaries ma rve him '
s The coming Qf use rail reftd brought alon with ra il =,, a : ,7 i. Gr.] .x J wreassaga 1.= : for over ten years. I did not the old Indian village of Wapahanetta. Indi- "I am afraid," said a ve ood member of a prTe was the evening before I was to retura
its large share of material prosperity, and efore who used to speak with some pride of having think that any butuan mind could have endured ans were numerousin the country; the war with - chareb to a ministerial frie 4, that these high home. My Great-Aunt H- and I were sit-
th@ war Chester had greatly enlarged her corpo* heard him reach, and of shaking hands with the tenth part of the conflicts and anguish thatI Great Britain had but just ended, and the" e the ministry." alo she is a widow, and her large family
rate limits, and bid fair to outstrip many of her him in the oT4 country. One of their sons, the have gone throu and remain sane. O, thatradd were still Indians who cherished a secret hostile. OC Gilt All ty (g(t, salaries n j emmij1 er, "how much did you rneaall grown and married, and have left her ex-
cotemporarsee su the race of neefulnese and un* Rev. James Steekdale, a local preacher in 1835, of St. Paul, ** he aball deliver me ty to the whites, and were glad of an occasion h, ter twenty ears ago?" no son who has brought his wife to be a
provement Now we have no less than ] ve had been for several yeare a member of the S. body of this death," or dead body for I indeed or opportunity to follow the promptings of their gi 1 red and se/uty-Ave dollars." g ter, indeed, to his mother. Her children
a he de i dal heatette C Con er esp e was man cof ekons erable felt th agr f is namC Ider a the Bible unforgivingah irn he left his horse at the fort RONGVIRWS OF RELIGION. Idird yodn chuT himorfor v then e all hon rd rnem em of so ety a most of

Es wa a n 1 a en ae eyes a r me dePott a e h a h 1pdr al fe w r ed bu I ffitPo ennt o a ru bdermo un 14 on charge him now ?" to an n e na 1

nallone r hi T emta or LA n o or. ditor ha e gdo et well I ea neweet ynon ad to ce88 ti ol ka ta edro htPs ge el 1 pee ed a coo ofmajnd tr How much did you ase to charge for but bar no id forbearm5town e b ot r's


g i[noe seeed a t spl e e dzhjdu na abist ry of some adve ry in I so 1 h his soul-blast oell th didasdoe at out midnight a an e on ee a esf tah ore, one remarked. ter ,, tohindervery freely of the comfort a had in her
heaven, er hease was our home and nothing I anst reserve for other number the chan- sug doubts has clous truth, and conse the house. They first attempted to force the a This matter of religion ought to be attended Ishould want fifty cents. Aunt H-," said I, "how is it that your
ee b oCr be were n no"ee ges whilchrhard ta so ince th y, ahthe que y at if lio my s, to t er Ai c sin avai for ai was made of hea to. That's true," said another; religion must tho'Thadtd Ithe story, said the man a at foA hilldra areball som e uWhat plan did yea



boTadnif man are hthe tr me age of e5y no doubt, for the patience of some of your they h a so chjo are elyrisehat the eochey faikbd{t aThe next and edotodde end lihgious man)n them Ti o fall werke li e h see. Think of it, church members withoutecessi2 or a eagth to authority oveed
remarkable cases of longevity we have ever devi had been haunting me with, though [ had ey qu h la rld." htfully rted, and I requzred ex-
knowa. He oatlived the recollection of almost Hoping they will pardon me for the intrualon, thought that no other person on earth had ever upon the a sil lartg flr snt shpnsue a vo me won Johnson's religion has turned sour," said of the Wicked themMTe ee, I tri chard to teach them, un-
sil hiefriends andindeed, for some time before and thanking you for your patience and kind been troubled with them, or even thought of a Be7o the Indians had retired; but one who was seated apart from the rest, and The Treasures act all metancestotelithetruth. Aboreall,
his death, could not recognise someof the mess consideration, I reteno for the present no ever, them before. O, the misery of my mind now re morning d, to lurking places in the had busied himself with a newspaper when Every man is treasuring up stores for eternity der a r them every day and night, and they
bers of his own fapsily. Usually he bore the ITINERANT. I atruggled and resisted shoot unto blood. I nolo a owns pposen the unwar or unsuspect- the exhortation above noticed was being deliv- thegoodarelayingap"treasuressnheavenwhen Ipe ret. But there is one thing whach I con-
appearkneeof a man sa e oeHeat health. His read books on the evidences of Christianity, but p po ered. moth doth not corrupt;" the evil and impenste de 6 essential in training children, it is
none tuja f healt ch d.MA Ti 1 A MOURNER 8 EXPERIENCE na edBTkTred for thteded an 0 ascom's way o his next appomtment lay Johnson was a man whoolmajib ison we a has neciwratb a a stT & is mEncourage them by every meeahns n ye

'dL:- si-C:L:t ::;$:::::tt:: "'""s:'"o?.i"f "f..th a ide eo shth e one as tge n unu a 1 be wra rea r j ei pen as a r in adda3 esta Aerore
more argel coneourse of people who a concerned every child of Adam to believe it savages. Without hesitancyhbe set out on his ready for every goo k denueeintions of a n. ple connections, but he is treasuring up me ang ver a child which I e parents

d a nI B a no cer fu a o la bu 0 & e a nH 1 at a d ad un3 eh t as ob






wk ehth ad1 n so f a a f Spi t e th th d is ejh atf r fourth a years culty was presented; the river was high, and tegrity, and eineere in his religique professione; him. The mpenitentman









*Lee: at -- *-**+:---- -

SOUTH RR CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Vol.xxx.No.94-
9 . --

I,;s, '1,., so ation in the city. When the announcement present ever man perfect in (hrist esus. With this money I have aided ten w J -us, 411 8 . u .es man to our a ty, were con-f 1
e. Lar h I greg is that b uld not Truethe peculiar excellences of some cl mates of whom have children. Some of .h.m ar** t...W L ites and Trinity multaneously.
1: 0 n ir = ==> c I .- *et ..d in was to frotn ithe pulpeceived wieh refound d honof irnbbednterer er at wousd m tredf theaHethodist Churchosar.gd afts T em-.ne& ndehTenh a i

wiseattreetsiverybody else-and be may find I is and deep feeling fl d Conferenr sea r dT t tnbst te3 an r to tobet dm pGa ed withta{eds exhorted to d fiftydone ate ionNear ye Mt
AGOtt, GED IA JU R 14 -, a n -. olderhearers gettagaportion in dueseaso e I sold by to ur neighbors: we have not defined money by the preachers on the various circuits. he church in both obarges has been greatly
pri I ** lot J' MONEY WANTED the Government or the jurisdiction of theSo >h a 1, vived. Themeetingecontinueandwebop a
A N. o a aboO Lo 02 .runseaneedTm I is > 1 me art n ke moden ine 1 2 is 2 n ine sol s doff n ot t see8a


1 use us .0 e a. t L special not of grace. It may al- frequently, and will find his influence growing and more money. We are seuding out a great eens birth like Paul won a 'l' Aleander was afoo am n h ofour f zl and a r. he uAre 1 b. o licate
.It *... .1 to that a y as 3., .1 4,,a ( si,- .L 41. d..irgrowth.and strengthening with their many paperson credit May we begthat those rewn im secording toble works;" and last, The different Christian Chure es arelookingaF he do ines aris r.gpareraly a- freer is -
ti. re or ,r..J .. ya L,...s .. In c... .* = ... 49 2 .. * .;ur., until a few years will surround him aubscribers, who have not yet paid the agent but act least, in the M. E. Church, South, men ter their poor, and in a measure ministering to first day,
a 4 ., is ar ,. 1.* -- r osuch value by making it a final and his sueoessors with a crowd of adult who has sent in their names, will pay up, at their .. r.... 1 .p r, I 3 to flee the wrath to their deemities Our Church is not behind
*M MFeasikd be = 2,..r.r.de an I r.p 1= s =7 profess to have reached a point Christians, trained to religious duty irr the Sun- curlicst convenience, and that overy one who has subsefbe in sen i nt othe 1 ot dex eh r i a n o esO 1 di g MISBIONARY.
& =er ...r usag...s .L. p-rpear- -.- am 1. ,,b ., Mass, a nornore liabilitytolapseor nofur- daysehool, and kept from wandering from God'j money in hand collected for the Advocate, will cutive or Legislature-can join or not join the loaf with the widow and orphan-the elek and Mr. Editor:-I thank yea that in a recent
sorrow for the sins ofthe life which precedes thor growthin holiness Such a state we can- house, beense he preached from time to time remit without delay by mail-or, when possible, I I .1 1 r .. 1 .1. 1 a r 1, needy among their brethren. Thank God, what number of your pager yout have called attention
parders;nalid that his eitsel o e ttained t alog allo Weeracknowiledge oa ph t the re for their prolk and instruction, considerable sums by express Prompt attention 1 T e. I v. ev elm eistjstd tal Christi ity 11 lives to eed eoertti rn tim o making the re-

re of faith Th gious ry will greatly oblige us I ' li.,- 1 r I f will show thee my faith by my works." Here quWe are at present in great needed funds. I
partic falsely believe, thae tcho sequent e a ivery9easyhi but w do aim thato grow( us h The Methodist Protestant Convention. 3 -- Wasted, 1000 more paying subscrib- 1 1 tonsin Unli the Mt e nour ibChristi it at ha notheroaki --0051 knowfullowellthede 1 tion an afering which

a lower Christian state without blame al ie t in -a .r higher state and one to which we We learn from the 11[ethodist Protestant that ers when the wheat crop comes to. ,, r 1 F dolog good. a The works that Idoin my Father F at still a small collection, from einch congrega-
safe; and, as they stake no pretcasions as a e- may and should always approach, though we this Convention made the following organic dis- June 5-2w J. W. BURKE & CO. name, they bear witness of me,"esid our Saviour Mis, would greatly aid the cause.
tified Christians, or do not profese to be seeh may usver reach it-eertainly not in this life.- ciplinary modifications in their polity: Church Np they created it into au rdamen- ou b r tT oem s idl ha e manendation I prepare ri n tdo} dbb h he so
the special grace of sectifloation, not do mu The first he to is that on which, in our opinion, : , I, g o g 3 s to appropriate part of this money to any needy king fof a esTeetionof $5, or more, from eneh
is to be expected from them as from those who kilowingPaulthe Christian enters at conversion, .. A Mustrican Downlow or ?moor. Books man but fruitless effort to eff et a reform-to widow they might point out, I was told to give congregatiound school. Cannotthits generally
pretend to higher attainments. Thus there and when he becomes conscions that he is 10 it, ministers and preachers in careuits and stations has just been anade to the Trustees of the Pea- rese e the Bride of Chr at from political cess- it to others, as they were taking care of their be favorably answered. We do pot wish this
comes to be a low grade of religion in the whether by's gradual development of the spir four at thus lengtheruntg the term one year body Fund, by Messrs. A. S. Barnes & Co., of pools. Waging war n on this line-notagainst needy. Our brother N. B. Ousley, the pastor, collection to intqrferewith the eathhlimited mode
ch reh, and many are deceived to their own un- itual life orby a sudden aooess of the Spirit in ing the sul otwoer all jtionMand n -- New York. thThe late can ists of five the ad Churches--but gainstpsinindt3h andloTIhen ete e 0 aise for Ca n thapeonoodhworb t I as e olPeo onrto moe
ng, anger to p inrge Tafth, he may set this coor?"u" remember, was umes o beenourdeparturesold th willbefewer: for our the Bainbridge Digtriet, td imitate this good ex- the present emergency.
Such persons have not studied the Scriptures ness down to the account of a sanctifying . J a of professional works designed for the self edu Inost active political rea crs, who during the ample. I know yet have hearts and hands for Please publish thie brief note, with the accom-
to profit. St. Paul, in Romans, teaches us what grace-andbo wrong onlyin not counting,.,=., I-This article of eation of those who in their turn may become war neglected theiHIPekstolight pitched battles every g work. Agifew months, and we trust paying appeal.
experimental religion is, and we get no such preceding and every sitbsequent operation of e C10nstitu 09 was abolished, and in lieu teachera-and iggagy-five thousand volumes of (on paper) and blazed with avowed determ2ns. the Meroiful One svill send us plenty. Look Yours ten%, E.W. SEHON.
doctrines frare his teachings. He tello us of a God's Spirit in his heart, as likewise = c .1 = Is t no ann a la 1, for Intermediate Classes," and tron, to bushwhack the U.to h Am vuer deinqi ste apr e d H1ee rdis u u. Balt(atore, ay 31st, 1867.
state in which we are brought by the Spirit of the work ofsanctification-to the completeness ing, composed of all the members of .. *, | =. valuable contribution to the gu e E. ChurchSouth) com- once a th in all the Churches, and take col" APPEAL TO BUNDAY.80KOOLS.
God into "bondage to fear while we are joined of which he is ever to go on. Our objees is to together with the pastor, to consider such matters cause of Southern education, and one which' paratively and superlatively anti-political and lectiongTS the needy, and you will proVCDC To SundaymsehoolSuprintendents-
to a "body of death"-a state from which we inarnet every Christian, that the adopting as pertain to the spiritual and temporal economy when coupled with the one hundred thousand of spiritual-minded. By the way, old fashioned much suffering and bring much glory to God. DEAn BxornZa:-We make an appeal to all
arodelivered by "Jesus Christ our Lord," when Spiris-the very witnesk of pardon-eauctifies of the charge At these meetings applicatious primary school books recently donated by the Authodist as I am, I can't understand some of J. W. MIra.s Sabbath-sehoole for funds to aid in support of
being justified by faith, we have "peace with from the hour of the new birth, and the well r men alup a t e ma e j ewar Moors. Appleton, must lead the South to see these latter-daty corwerswos. eennpmes emeases, theecaue f a ediduly eqsaspern ty
God," andere now under anocondemnation."- instructed Christian who presses on to enjoy all for the sick, for the poor, and general class- that New York still hashergenerousmerchants, they oeour ju gr ]_ r _1, LETTER FROM BISHOP PIERGE our Indian Missions.
Starting from this point of justineation, pardout 1 . .. . * * u * appointed, etc. This, we opt el and those who are ready to contribute to her ri s ... 2 1 -ris = I nJVill you in addition to whatever of you
conversion, or whatever else it may be called in n, , ,,. n ...r -,ll . ,*. I. much for the spiritual, best welfare. The value of this gift of A. S. h dh reto saved is nthro may now have in operation in your a for
popular language, as the initial point of the victory adds to the perfection of bie Christian and finaneral Anteres * ps.. & Co. is about 825,000. Hon. lt. O* an smaginarysuccession, an 1 ,,is the Advocate that my entire raising Missionary fooda %eaentthis pen for
Christian lifetae desedbes it as a progr "^" 1,, . =1se end of life. The doo- w ked officienu o on vigoroudy, as oon as the Winthrop, Chairinan of the Trustees, expresses oCurn other of e qu I pea ofetthe nGdeln. I =ith engagements till the zoid- a leelal coldestionu dmoreard us atean rai[xce
so longer under the condemnation of -1 e- thus pught likewise re- article adopted by the Convention shall have the highest appreciation of this munificent con. eirnative fe ores of t M. E. Chureb, South. dle of October next. It as umply imposable P ease direct your answer to
tieting Spirit making :'1 2- -^r-i-- ties' -4 J ] ,- *T if one has ever once been published, tribution, and in this sentiment Dr. Sears, who Does he seek to disintegrate ? Vain hope Ar me to meet the calls that are ma upon me W. T. Surrason, Treasurer,
Windage to the fearon. 1 .. I L. a11. I .=* -= ,, ,,,. ,,,, , ,, although years ago, 3. A Traveling President.-The old Constitu is well acquainted with the books, heartily unites Few men (if any) ever approved all the action Seven letters were received dtehas monung, to- Baltimore, Md.
under the inspiration of love awakened by the he is now a son of God ven though walking' sildneandteoit an imperad Co o a on or 'd We are glad to note, too, that the generous deed of a deliberative body. Opposed as some of us 3 I havingr---pman remlty B 1 contr bations wI acknowledged in the
pressnee of the spirit witnessing in as that we more or les after the flesh and in the Spiriter in ..1 1 a district, to visit all the circuits and was just in time to reach the ears of Mr. Pea- were to art 1prop ed audte to th a of claim and interest. If I could, I wso 1 re- p 1 8sno r, Miss. Beeretary
are adopted into the lamilyofheaven. He tells 1-. -- of thousands ..c. The late Couration so modified body as he was embarking for Europe. It is can nel mination oserimilliatinctive features of spoud to every one. But who is wiftelent for *
us that, from the period of convession-the mo- . ,r e days. It calls this as to allow each Annual Conference to use needless to say that it caused him the liveliest 31eth these things?






0 and Heath- we do not mlad the things of the they would go on to peifeet!on, cleansing then, the the Supreme Court of Geogra, died at he ress rank of a "bastard Methodism Running two 1.r A long Ie on theou evo- Baptist Churob. Many thanks to Brothers
1en unhe things of the Spirit---we are not in selves from all filthiness of the flesh and spirit, at which the motion was submitted dence this morning The announcement will be saws as quite common IftheableEditor would ry me ronn up p Jewest and J. Blakely Smith for their faithful

0 Go butt nthe Spirit, e a es pui perfecting holiness in the fearoS God. Every < 2 tu rf utr cadsio We prose e 1 decla t rna atd rnet ar a a 1si ea eno ee le t eMwo es eth nder g n dGe
Spirit of syst, we are none of his-and tl a Aid from California Athens Banner,.hne4 sionaries sent out by them t "regenerate'ndo must me I : .n.c ulti entag zaterest. Pray for our causedown here
if the Spirit dwell in usaur mortal bodies shall were presented holy and unblamable and unim- We have recolved front our acellent brother, 110am Distmar Q ERLY CONFERExers. PMe a deo ji o pthe two laemicoedisms. ? oher *wtil !/ or LAFAYEHE CIROUITNORTH GEORGIA CON-
be quickenederaised from the dead-by that vahle ever man crfect in Christ Jesus. Iter. O.P.FitzgeraldSan Francisco, California' Oneof them-an Ex-P. E M.E.ChurchSouth efe to tl PERHOE-The M. W. T. Hamilka Writes:
Spirit that dwells in us. Here is the whole Pro y p $1,300 for distribution among the destitute in By an accident, two sets of appointments for -said in his sermon, 's brethren, the day will r ence waste of time a muse / In 2 "The Lord has graolously revived his work in
f earts..... ..r v. w e. ,. so theresurrec. Georgia and South Carolina. We have taken these are published, differing in dates. That in come when a military guard will be stationed at Pr vel, without any compensating advantage. LaFayette again. A meeting has been in pro-
i .e. i. ... II. & J a 1 ** 4 one charac- PREACK TO THE YOUNG much pains to give this sum as wide a distribu. this week's paper is the correct schedule. ery Courtdlloneen a 1 th3 3 hds sh70( I start in the morning ad j r ey v gree fo wea ee ya n an e
tor. It is net divided intotwoateges or degrees. We have befoic un letter from an esteemed tion in the more needy portions of these States G. W. WIra.Ints & Co-Eumors being in here." He .i. :. ? from identity i. .. : . .. It a mands of for prayer. The church is greatly revifred, and
Thete is nothing agid of a specific sanctifying Chri tian sister in which she pours out her sym- as was possible. We suppose that it may have circulation respecting the solvency ofthis house, and from a succeeded. The the church be met by this broadcast dispersion we look for more glorious resulted "
o r, t,,,, or .. , ...F .. . . oung. She says, after writing brought aid to one hundred and fifty or more whose advertisement is found in our columns, returned paper showed but one absorption and r am Indure 2 There are eight of us and all
...R. q .. .. q.> ... . .r, . families. We sent it principally to presiding gr. Williams in a card denies the truth of the tisheles ha bom atlan en were not worm pre .. .. .; many of the twenty-seven Con- Branor McTrazan left Nashville May 80tli,

in . in .. [ 1 ggessfta re oor, I ame ca t o tohn ri Odo are ad' he ouwoof 1- rvia "-abandoned a community so ready t ea o li y r nd alont b en ee n a last it O
e ., u . . .. r ., a ... ..z his oSicial Carolina; the other half was retained for relief which to carry on their business. They are not .r . Ajllet eto Kno a hand ealevisit t in Id June 5th, he is to deliver an address at the Com-



r oi 1 r igeeicet tl0e ta n n I d I r coi 1 ...gp led do th
A Ochr, but , ..nz in South Carolir 8210. In cit on a dollars worth of domestic exchange, and the animus une D trio he g.,he to2a n he
with the joyous freedom of adopted children of suffer the ilt e children to come unto me.' there went to the LaG ange District, 800 have but one sterling hill of a thousand prunds y ur deportmee ple- Can as a n n is to nd the Rogereville Die
God, whose hearts always cry, Abba, Father." dislike to sy these things I do not seemed Rome, $100; Atlanta, 810 Dahloney, 8100 running to maturity." ( .1 --.1 ,,

do e ea the ku wl 8 t the conclu- rt o t dour preadtrersco ntrdoing on y Athens, $10; Maconfi be ed81to various Tux AUGUsTA Dismict MEETINo.-1 aeE r .
the soul, betweenthatof deadness losin and the eTB arequie 2 stitu e as the ca }> t stl a msectien setu the Secr tary, are spondence of me wh a . . He A d die
'quickeniog of our mortal bodies"-the resurree- fervent r arise. every important point of I. .%"I I 1_ This is the truth, and time or 1 San C. rnes-
tion-the one, wherein we are, no religious triaet t We feel deeply indebted to our brother and ter of "E. M. P," published lait week. It is clare it
an emkwal nowesyttader"con etionfdrain," 9 f ands fon utting it in our power to give proposed to publish jhe minutes of the meeting, gy'theyhave mistaken the avenue of approaob .

ingly and imperfectly through fear of him, and son a cea ort e ror If e on e en that the receir eri tP ph re to eeparaofo zonud fonrdtthe So etary ef rs itsse rathistopu don scatte IT. .
th other, when we are satisfied of adoption and, 11are their individual attention arrested in pub. grateful, and will follow their benefactors with shall take pleasure in extracting from itas much for the a a -, . Li H L 88 PROM IN

Go led by the Spirit, are walking as sons of ers do it h 2 e 20 noaourhpreash their blessings and their prayers of its substance of general interest as we can a Unt n lone .. -1, ,
In this view, then, regeneration is the begin- abo mentlwho know the infirmities and tempta ---- ---- make room for P. r- r I. . go . Irb ros A1 on & as th

all a i utol nessand when one cla1ine ow le Cn I c do, I ese We have bAer wax to o, y to provide a ret ad m h v 0 love am, has usedye btut one in a 1.. )I e. ey are 0 bt a too node 6 hood t t ib du b lo isrr
thathe has relapsed into an unregenerate ==== Bishop for the District Meeting to be held on is now with his family, at Fort Yalley, where he The Missionaries manyof them--afact the doings However ars out sider need feel to are doing a noble work. Both ate labori us,
-that he is not a son of God, but only a set - 5th Sabbath in June, at Ocala, Florida We will remain for a few weeks man to regenerate" the Methodi9th of the pious, devoted, self-sacrideing m&n of God,
after God-if, indeed, he be so much as th wish we could furnish the Bishop, but we kno\v South. Collecting the freedmen, a sermon (so they are faithfylteachers andmissio ries By

I 4 b ew athistof onptiPaulh aeodmot 2 ho li rea om to a coffered for retural plate a s art am 7, h re g tl New ertisements. called) as preached, it Is a ovingdiscou se- ed, I
tends to describe a solitary and momentary wit- tarmy-and that arnner though he was, he felt that will yet consume some time. We think it Evass or Bisuor Soura:, in size : I . i. 1- r l..I= .1 1. 1 2 ,
nessing act, than he intends to limit the idea of when the soldi rs came back he and all the ] ,-.,il ,, .. ,, *, for albums, a very good likeness and well exe- are radicals.'' "'Phe signs followed. No viti 1 I I
our "bondage to feel," to a swgle and transitory hrh ught t< hal;e us ited at their several so a cuted-advertised by Rev. W. W. Bennett. ' eml\cmatic mottoes ad garlands of evergreen 1, it fully respond to heir
act of consciousness of fear in the soul, for which But he had a ' ** of making the appointment at a blu. WESLEY.9 "SUNDAY Snavian," and I,,, I and flowers The services of the day were 3 , n, ,s / ,/ /I 41
no one will contend. If being "in bondage to a dier r a .,7 0 .. fill it, for we think it greatly in new edition of Discipline, just published at <* = = I : ..I I II .. Opened by prayer by Rev. 'f.'O. Hanson, and a n, sy,,
tear" by the convicting 6pirit's operation in it 1. portant that a Bishop should, if possible, attend Publishing House, A. II. Redford, Agent, seals of apostleship are = I I . I L: I ** I a 1 ..
hearthdescribes not an act but a moral state; a gent and wellbred And are not these penniless all these meetings. If any Bishop, seeing this, Trioss wANTING A TEACHER are referred to .converts To ecuelude u Ir SUAN n I, GillNA, March6, 1867.
aving a the Spirit of adoption" describes var warred veterans the hopeof the South. Do' can go, we bespeak his services. advertisemout of Dr. A. M. Shipp. ,. ... = II, e 0 I by a very sensible and
notan act buta moral state-the normal state in THE CHRISTIAN HARMONY, a new note-book I la i giving the schedule of seasonable address by Mr. Hanson. a .* amat-r -:1 in- e.
which the Christian lives, realks, la . I I . .*,-1 a ... .r t for singers, with seven characters-one for each adisintegration and absorption." Bro. A. not From the church all repaired to a grove near : a-.=. ... 1.r s.. 3r..s r y
mortal body is redeemed by the s. .. -, .r. r A ConREaroNDENT writes to Dr. Summers: note-by Wm. Walker, is advertised. Dr. Hau- home worw imaginative, confines himself to the the village, where tables yere spread with a . rr -.rr ipr :..

ipTe a a edAnad who lusshthis witness not completed snd that theirs was not wholl n inflave a any Tracts in bondage "-only desiring, hoping to b, is ca Ti s e. 'i =" or o you sell them ? If so, what are they words mightclearn music f or it, if he would now send Crtd Christian-but not one, andthereforenot by any the to I < 1 I need such matter here very I Savana COMMENCE IENTS on I See talks so areetly about the aMother Church!u T, 1 were failed how many has prosperity to our Mission. *
meana in a safe relation to God, so long as he men I I1 like to have a package contain- Not Does he know that intelligent minds are disgust- re taken up I cannot tell, Notwithitanding our protracted embarrass-
remains satisfied in that state hearts, I trust, are as much alive to the wants ing several hundred-someon 'Apostolical Sue. ices, ed at I 1;.i ni ,, i .) ., .) I . several, I know, and some were distributed m-.s. Fu L r- us .=0- .sar Ami .. r ,

2:. : : 1"") .8 """-":EiB:E 4:::'rEpis I nd a c as t fson a aduatert ) noehrble w w octaltiheed ge er, wing ddprn en. r
byfhith; and some, by another act, sauctified by in co.u2ng generations? Don't let our , == I = s pubhsh on that subject would be Disintegration and absorption actually com- which the crowd felt at liberty to disperse, that we are partakers with you of oureamsoin
the Spirit, and than made ready tobe redeemed * I = e in : I ** = isary to act them right." Dr. 8 2nenced. In-countyRev. bro.-(shame though many rema ned to enjoy social converse, and grievous afflictiox 2 a .. not-only aor
from the power of the grave; but he closely con- 4.11 Lord's oor answers: Our correspondent is correct ()ur ABOUT THE ORTISADE for him withholds the name visited an old ?rd the children to play and enjoy their holiday we ,hb t o8f en my endeavor to economics
neate faith in Christ, with removal of condemna. very little show of religion here, yet 1 secave celesiastical Series contains twelve tracts I widow do}-- r versed about\le M.a (ju d Altogether, it was a delightful day, and as I every means in our power, and to increase the
tionyalkingin the8piritandfinabodemptionand disposition to defraud those who labor for us in package, which is put up at the low price of 25 d to d li Ion-pene d, p ,. I 1. I was impressed with the spirit efliolency of every agency we can control is our
makes these last results of adoption 2ntosonship spiritual things. in a word, I wantyourlearned cents, so as to encom 0 gratuitous distribullon of rlittinnnd zers m led r a : I 1 =1 *, mpetuous Peter on the blount wish, in order to the successful necomplishment
of which we are assured hy the witneasing Spirit men, leaders, to show their appreciation of Sun- The tracts are as follows: Church membershiP This "glad tidingsc :.-** , to the good but of transfiguration: "Master, it is good for us to of the one great purpose for which we are here,
Where, thou, is there room for a special act of agency for advancing pie. by the Editor-Why are you a Mr Edisn-- Thee -w.povians t:. uninformed sister .r ** I her. In a few be here." Every face was radiant with the in. v2s --the end htenment and salvation of this
neeotification, reached by a special search .. whose > <,young and a Methodism no Sebism-Methodist spiscopacy body and soul. The Hebrew her / neverrh a weeks a cert i .11 . . n eparation of the oceked ad if theiracreat a9n hisag Top ca as a lara.- a task, a bur.
It ? -an not which makes as complete an ct, site search, and is followed by as marked a Thesubjectdemand a grightman-Class meetings, by the Editor-The am reminded of the Dutchman who having kill- , j p , , , present who did not feel better for being there; of which Irejoice to spend and be spent. Con-
ohange of moral state, as atteads the set of heard complaints, that t sanation. We have Labyrinth, or Popish Circle, by Episcopius, I : 1 I a .; Now, sir, I have no abuseffir the M. E dhureb. and when so much good can be hd at small strained by the love of God in Christ, which
justification ? Thereie no hint of such an act "- .po nts where w.anslated by Richazd Watson, a demolishing is dead, and the amnesty has been proiFered and Inanany respects it is a great Church, and, in a idG rdi d eemedob t"aHin the
in the Scriptures. The only noted transitions non <1sums before the hour of public service = = on Succession--Apostolical Succession- accepted, but some men stand over it, club in other departments . ,, similardernonstrations, revealing unto me the mibd of Obries, I "oon-
we read of there, are first, when usin revives ang fli v y -1 . I th a Methodist.Ministers true Ministers of Christ- hand and like our Hoomeneweltzer "means to butif that Chur Let me not neglect to notice the Bible elase suited not with flesh and blood," in entering np-
I die," and begin to Ilve in bondage tore e sermon. Methodists have the true Christian E 1 in ,1. .. .. -" But I nients of many of its missionaries and rebukes connected with one of the Sunday schools, and on this great commission; hence, through all




by being raised from the dead by the Spirit sermon should, wherever at all racticable the doughty champions of Oxford and Rom nil propositions of peace and terms of union, and the youth alone, but the younger men and to Him whohath kept our feet from falling, and
which dwells in us Let no one suppose that dowato them; and if the re n some Bendes these, we have a large and fine selection inaugurates a crusade against a sister Church The Ch/reh th sectio a naissioent ohn a women of the land, upon whose piety and intel- our soul from des air. Surely He hath ordered
this view lowers the standard of religion. It ing them ocendonally :ml lu ne truth hr of acts on doctrinal and misellaneoussubjects, wtse is "lee, bougT 2tanddo a on ed--at work. We have nearlym3p000 dabbath- ligen thesfutSre weed ol o@rajh{ b e aos a ess d 3 Anam testa wished our hearts.

1"'tds Grabh or ur e reh t .... , , .r es pdh her a pa ann epann 10 a p., \.. Is . o dechno rsr Odoo on ,Fu chja li mel>e ro pmj ute < zat set doouw e i ce on ae nebi
tion as a apeoffac neb---and that, too, from the ainits present, he will as a day-sonool, well supplied, a new theology-a new door to tl c Church-a But the people ne d light. You must pr" and our ministers suficiently appreciate these dearbe of the special providence of our Heavenly
very hour ofjustifloation to that of death. It them that wilthohl them > b n in unce over novel way to the kingdom. St <:. .. .s agnan. ours tru li. Alotisavi agenciesthen the burden will not fall so heavily Father, and as a direct and immediattanswer to
Chimathat only those who are being unctified and keep them in the way of proom o Gt Or1hsnor BacKwirit Docuses. The Nay ,,, -r I .11, Remnon. fle lia w thithful teachers, a de Sunday schools prayerwas in Java, just after the 'Week of
*Fory day by the indwelling Spirit of adoption, gospeL enna Times of the 28th May, wiys: The of the earth. You are right. "Fear God." If OnsEnven. Prayer,' that solemn time, during which the bar-
"'*" I -is themselves justified. It - that they are or, I do not think of ing- c. r -r. e.. .r. 1. 5 .1.. *.s . . r a not overthrow it. Why not of God ? Ourdy, prayer seemed to be, 5 .1.*, .1.? 2. > IL I sanctified lent it while preaching. Then r r n ] Fl. ,, I I, . tries are Scriptural-our weapons are not earn- .' I 3 i. .1 . .. H. I Spirit!' We had hold our Arat Quarterly Mis-
seeking to be sanctified- They are stillin b or im seepaire the talong and in preparing to so high no office in the Church is, that his woj al-our tests are mos taken from party platforms 1 = ..* s . 1 .- : t*** . si.*, in / .. Itoknow, S. C.-Rev F. A. Mood sionary Meeting, and entered upon the duties
ageto fear. And those, t la and- preach, provide thoughts and illustrations for in this Diocese had but II --onr kingdomof heaveniarighteousness, peace, .. . .. I 3 :.rs n, I ... .***** ** 1. . .I You will be pleased to learn that God and labors of the new year, but our treasury was
oo, wo have mison. the children, and bear it in mind with the kgun. o remains in and joy to the Boly Ghost-and our ministry :r 11. t --1 ... r., n......,4,. r,,. ... i. r=r z,; 41 1.. aciously visited us here in Charleston. empty, the Mission in debt, and no prospect for
rest accordance with the wishes of the largest con- preach Christ-not of envy and strife--but to ry to God. The religious services introduced at the late visig e year of receiving enough to meet our waste












..-_. ___ _._~. rsa IIII


i~__~ _C ~__) __~ ~_~ ______~__ _f~_________


-


::3


discharge, and the blood spurted on the impe'
rzal uniform The assassan attempted a second
hot when the istolaboTwithe za]a) 11

Paris TheapoliceAsa ni a om an een

4 0 Can n Embasy the same evo ing.

p nb ent E o arn

were oug a ntate8 '1 e v on on uf Luxem-

burg will be completed next week.


*MRah, Billli
AT NEW Y
Wholesale. Pur
REPURING

funer-em

IO THE



ason 14, AnanusA


and liquidate the outstanding liabilities. To four or five ung men who have been some April 17-Paid Mr. Kaspp for destitute of
borrow further I could not get m consent, and years in the arch, and we should like to see Georgsa, $10 00,
I knew of been arhenbgagement wh coubl the prepari3themaseh3s for On I of Sprilh1 Paid 8Bish p Lynch for destiente

or that I could do without forsaking akagether can keep my health. I do not wish to give up

tMassm a Hows I ugh vf hr iso nu twde todne, ifit isopossi ehoughl WofordCollegeS.C.-AnnualCommencement,
on H a r shgeeda 1 nbfa Co hbpyelRev.3Whditefoo Sm hI'.0,to



a y edA M dse(ncet3eebetl n ra ,maenmb 1 8vien ur prayers at the ceding wtanti r gatudena considnued am pre
ed? Acts ri 2; and exhor ed our converts and 'onr brother in christ, 8th d 9mtees will hold their annual meeting

se rp ec ntd ifor, ad secok t p W. LANsts. in the library of the College, on Wednesday, at


s b e t 2?* m 11 ge are requested to

he id enHhow much mored s ol y ur Dr D. R McAnally of the St. Louis Advo- by R .m n. o nanded sed y it dreous

at IIolyH intjiattSt ulke s irtd to be cake an others i Mi ni tar nworkinSanobly jquel4-3w A. M Surry, Pres't.
night tohm on, any becars was so eepld sa e They have beam the menimiior peting bread lo Wesleyan Femal lly-Commencement


t isla tandt at a neTxirras Io convinced dren. May the Lord blees them and the gene" Sunday, Ju 7t a mencement Sermon,
n a onehdonorsofmoneyandfood, and reward them byRoeja JT B8 ,oD1 ofAA ,op

the Chinese and their boats, I drew gear unto Dr. McAnally reports a long list of receipts more exhibition in Select Reading 12 o'clock,
Bim, in full assurance of that promise which from many persons in the North-West; and he M.-Meeting of Board Trustees.
says, 'Aek endyeahall receive, eeek and ye shall also gives information of shipments made and Tuesday, JulyO9th, 91 block, AM --Junior


Hoo al )durn mon sentfrornl4 h gin 3d exMbbition inHan .> t a,
into praise, and I felt that Ib ethe desire of room for the full report of receipts, that the Wednesday, July 10th.- Commencement
my heart. I could not doubt, but rejoiced and consiguees may see what has been forwarded to Day. Original Compositions by Senior Class.
is d td yi e -hebw, e9 them, and inquire for it, if it has not reached Conferring of Degrees. Secret t ty


Peace, dee eace, fil 4 toy hoea t and cons d & The followinghis tlw staternentdo J. C. Bull Spartanburg Fe e College, S. C.

would revert to th embarrasementsunder which May 14-Received of Dr. McAnally, to pur- A Concert will be given, and Literary Address
we beg as a quarter, the apparently instip chase eo 8372;OMa 15,aa
* .. a 246 sacks corn and shipped to the following par- July
Shanghai, I learned that a vacancy was about to ties, viz : Per Steamer Kate Hart, W G Brew A. W. Cummwas, President.
ocear in the Imperial Government Behool, and er, Chehaw Station, Ala., 50 sacks corn; A junel4-3w
determined at once to oifer my services again as Nelson Hollifteld, Lexington, Ga., 30 sacks corn
teacher. On making application through a H Heartaill, Spring Place, Ga, 20 sacks earn The LaGrange Distriot Meeting
friend, to H. E., the Towtai, his secretary sent WH Evans, Covington Depot, Ga., 46 sacks
back the following answer: "I learn that H E, corn. Per Steamer Albert Pearee, Bishop An- Will convene at Newnan, Thursday, July 4th.

mon h see a a gaS e Seamn known drew,1Summerfield, Ala, 100 sacks corn, 2 tons IntroductoP r of ea8e ardbya

A theslamyCy be gsm a loem Br afwi ,3 ,0 co rzP1n 20 b roon' 0 xajstpoee IA; ideAlf Ilat
" Ling.") Now, my dear brother, whether this Shipped samean Stemner Kate Hart, to J C ethrea willl please rem mi b atd


.2' v it' Evi. 2: it ':": E&n bSozR An's, he r mod I cer it a h

a ord rea itu mb ch nand neeher ceashea bi ped of sameblb0 sackooru7,aon Stedar e e, e re eo a dead Methodist Church.

ore dI up our wants, and relieve your dis- corn, onbSteamert)Arabian, to Dr. AM Shipp, Jun

eg e eat tithhtehe hoolti s are 1 L t ----Receilvedstrum Morrised& i okr Union Springs District Meeting.
and elosi aet of December. I serve the corn Shipped same to J B ileGehee, Newnau, The preachers, delegates and oZcialmembers,
school fromnine o'clocktotwelve-just three Cowetaco.,Ga.,an8teamer CateHart who may attend the Union Sprangs District

ng e abba sanotinae ed)in II31a -1Reemedfromoues.Bahiopupe 5 IIn in v7,ry Clon eneheo
violnity of Shanghai, and even to visit weekly to J B McGehee, Newnan, Coweta co., Ga., per church or on J. B. Young, at his store, and they
our outstatIons at Nant-Stang, &0, while to SteasserKateHart. will be directed totheir homes Ample ae.
gives me free access to and contract with the May 17-Received from Geo. Bacon & Son, commodation for all. J. W. SHORES.
literati and higher ranks of Ctunese society, Hannibal, 23 sacks corn. Shipped on same 14 New Orleans Christian Advocate please copy.
st..is a>.... ., a ..I , i. . *I = sacks to CS Reeves, Letoo Hatche, Ala., and 9 .Ame let. 1867.
**** "- *I.- r .. l., 1-- eacks to A J Deavourer, Marietta, Ga. ___
ary from the Mission in favor of the debt we May 18-Received from Byram & Thomas
owe, but will give me enough to assist in xasugu- Austin, Lexington, Af 0, 8 sacks corn. Ship- The District Meeting, Amerious Distriot,
rating and resuscitating schools afresh. -. i .. . T Deavours, South Georgia Conference, will convene in Fort
I am now making arrangements to commence '1= Valley, Wednesday evening, July 24th, Bishop
some schools, and at the same time to place two May 18-Received from Samuel & Chapels Pierce, presiding. We hope that every charge
or three of our young men under instruction, Hibernia, 22 seeks corn. Shipped same on in the District will be duly represented.
with a view to xcereamag our native erangelists, Steamer Iron City, to A J Denvours, Marietta, June7-8w CH e. R. JEWETT, P. E.
who will soon be able to enter the country. Ga.
and prepare the way for the coming of the May 21-Received trounD M Proctor, Cam te5 in ti / / ete eattost
Church in all her fullness, etc. den, Mo.,0 sacks corn and 2 ends bacon.- Valley, thereot
Bro. Lambuth, who has been engaged Ior a Shipped same, per Steam r Arabian, to S II
long while as interpreter at the Prussian Conso- Dunwody, Newherry, 8. 0 -- ---
cm . .2,: 2 ... ii e enpacity in the May 21-Received bout DM Proctor, Cam.
1.:,;: .* AI., 4 ,l r A will be able also den, Mo., 74 sacks own. Shipped same, er *
to forego his salary from the Mission during Steamer Rubicon, to II J Unmilton, Selma, APla.
such times he may continue to hold that oilice. May 21-Received from Reinhardt & Bro., -- - -
By this arrangement we hope to be able to pay I .. a .,, ... I 5 .
offal[thedebt; bytheremittancesyoamaysend 1 is 1 ** tr -.-.. a n, FinanexalMatters
us this spring, and at the beginning of 1868 be to 8 II Dunwody, Newberry, S. C. New York, June 8 --The Express says the
fully deliveredfromtheleastand last diflieultyaud May 22-Received from Oscar Collard & Co, Bank Statement on Monday will show a decrease
obstruction inthewayof prosecutingourlegitimate Barkeraville, 20 sacks corn, 1 box of bacon and of two and a half million in loans; fare and a
work. Bro. L.isalso aboutto opena dayachool 1 sack do. Shipped hame, per Steamer Rubi- half million in deposits; two and a half million
These schoolstogether with their teachers, we con, to B J Hamilton, Selma, Ala. in legal tenders, and an increase of a million in
propose havrog on the Sabbath corne to chapel May 21--Received from Horn & Ewing, Jef- speele. These figures are not so unfavorable as
and constituted Sabbath schools. If you can ferson City, DO sacks corn and 1 cask becon was generally anticipated. The disbursements
send as out about 600 more this year, and thus Shioped enme, by Steamer Rubicon, to Bishop from the Treasury Department will be heavy du-

a, a tpqtoo rt wIr be hoemh Andr Summerfield, Als" -.et.' Bridgeton, ring thetbalance ftheem toOnp nodust
not forsake us in the future, but come up to our 310., and vi : .. 1 1. .. .. 2 1 box do. million for the redemption of the compound
help, and enable us to proseente the work of Ship ed same to J B Hunnient, Fairburn, Ga., terest notes maturing on the 10th and 15th.
sphools, educating native young men for the and C Smith, Palmetto, Ga., per Steamer About nine million will be paid as interest on
ministry and enpporting them and as in such Arabian. seven-thirty notes. The National Bank circula-
way as to guarantee success W .1 all =. May 24. Received Jiom Cold Water Church, tion $298,000,000; fractional currency $691,-
sake the Church nor the N -- :, Per St. Louis co., 1,013 lbs. boosu. Shipped same 000. Revenue receipts to day 3565,000; for
powerless without the Church. United we to J B MoGehee, Newnan, Ga, per Steamer the week $5,450,000; for the fiscal year $252,-
stand, divided we fall." In the day of your ad- Arabian. 000,000.
versity, when the Church could not help us, the May 22. Received from J E Carstapher,
Lord did graolously provide, and still doth pro- Louisiana, Mo., 85 sacks corn. Shipped same,
vide; but now that peace has returned in a per Steamer Arabian, to L Chiaolm & Bro., Trouble with the Indians.
measure to Zion, and her walls are being built up Tascumbin, Ala.
with rejoicing throughout the length and breadth May 24 Received from W" Browning, 7 ha n2a June 0.-Arizona advices

rthe lauda ce shall look her to lialSH the so i. 1,,. *! it IMb x no n Cole- 8 campaign, attackings eeTamee se natl
once more her fostering care. Shall we be dis- May 24. Received from EM Beeding, Cam- can ty of Prescott and Fort Whipple. .

r edt sept waT ;be a teSmore seothan I ? I sh nmMis}Shipped to Mrs J i i so i

on promise ussome church papers. Iam W ,R ilofkom Me m. m 61 warded from the Territories under sufficient
receiving the Southern Christian Advocate, but keg lard and 1 bbl flour. Shipped same, to Mrs guard. GeneralBhermanissanguineofelearing

pa t jashrilleAdvocatteon sthebFp83 El eOnnjhMontgomeryAla., per Steamer ngrae{dotw id nosd n oougT
no u{)art ,mwill yt sodta aduach Pa ilro c on e ppC a er am Goen releassoor mA passenger r

hheo i LI a tmaebttle daughter Nor SteamCArabian, to Judge Henry K Allen, r rnk t adodding
lashed. May 25. Received frmis Geo Bacon & Son, Steel after a narrow escape, reached Denver
In conclusion, allow me to say that, we are Hannibal, Mo.,1 tierce bacco, 18 sacks corn, 3 safely.
rejoiced exceedingly at the prospect now opening sacks bacon. Shipped same to Judge Henry SanFrancisco, June10 -Idabo advices state
before uq and should the Church be prompt to K Allen, Newcan, Ga, per Steamer Arabian. that the Indians are attacking stages and stage

comesto our esone, wedhadl soon remain all th Eshlay 27m eRe ived throlughAn ew hfax stdationed and driving ve Te < ot
separation, and be able to demonstrate the life and shoulders and 1 bbl. sides. Shipped same, per second cavalry.
powereof a goroPure Church n thisuiternejet end sees er Be h: St. Louis, to J. W. Harmon, En- News from Mexico.

Your brother in Christ, May 31-Received from Eden S. R. Asso'n, New Orleans, June 3.-A e-1 organ rr a 1
Y. J. ALLEff- through J. W. Burd, Esq, 8112.50 Shipped, veston says a letter from Q.- -= a -1..
per) teamer AraMan, of same to Rev. A. Al- given-statesthatMaximilia. I e.-
SHANGHAT, CHINA, March 8, 1867. *0 sacks corn- oflicere gave up their swords 1. al
REv. E. W. Sanon-My Dear Brother:- .. .= --a ] from Dr. D. R. self, and the entire armyof pl -._ s ..
Ry the last maile we were favored with anoth. M'Anally, to purchase corn, $1,315.20. Shipped ry, wagoos and men, surread- a 11.
er letter from you, containing the second remit. on same, per steamer Arabian, to J. B. Luttrell, ing chiefs are prisoners: M ..
tance. We are glad to hear you speak so hope- Lebanon, Ala, 50 sucks coro; J. B. McGehee> Castello, Cozaeans, Alvarez *-#.. 11!
fully of eastaining the Mission. My health is Newnan, Ga, 60 sacks corn; J. B. Hunnieutt, Maximo Compas, and Miram .. It i.el
now much improved. Bro. Allen and myself Fairburn, Ga., 50 sacks cora; Rev. John Jen- captured in the streets of the city shortly after
both have work for this year, so that we can kins, Sylvania, 50 sacks corn; Henry R Harris, the surrender. Mendes alone was missing.
sustain ourselves, and will be able to appropriate ( if ** I . G. N. MacDon- Over two hundred subalkern oilicers were also
at condeeshfrom he Board too em h nte sh etto, Ga, 50 socks com; peNt rS ath emptured! 11 1

year free of debt. Bro. Allen has the Chinese Republio, C. H. Bernheim, Apalachicola, Fla a L i.,:r. .. .1 / ...
school in the city, established by the Chinese 100 aneks corn; G. O. White, Live Oak, Fla. g ,n
governmout. He will give you afull account of 50 macks corn; per steamer Arabian, Rev. T.

enbdgTeb M namips Cac ac Ias inte retter at Me v erdCovington, Ga., 60 eacks corn. ,, r .. . /, .

keenptCb as tal et e2, ezCoo hueo all D.h ReceiCd, >er steame Isabells c be e tof rhot 8 o a bhsee
of Saturday. I shall not be able to do much Shi ped same, on steamer Arabian, to Dr. Wm.
insionar3 work while I am acting as in terpre. D. oy t, Rome, Ga. -- -
ter, except on Saturday afternoon and on Sun. May 24-Received here ex-Governor A. A. POREIGN NEWs.
day. I am opening a school near my house, King, 40 sacks corn Shipped same, per steam.
wherel intend to have preaching occasionally at er Arabian, to Dr. Wm U. Iloys, Rome, Ga. at us armac cast
night. InthiswayBhope to be able to do some May 28-Received from Kennedy & Brd., Berlin, Jane 5.-It is semboilicially reported
Masetonary work. Allen and myself both Brunswsek, Mo., 33 cacks corn. Shipped name that Prussia refuses to comply with the ex ress-
hope to commence our Missionary work next per steamer Arabian, to J. J. Howard, Carters ed desire of Napoleon that it would pled e it-
h le em toomtisall embarra ment, and vo r vil ,apd8-Received, per steamer Kate Kin against any arming of the Fortress of Ras-
e to onne otoom natidoe pre hershis ni n nee a rm Wm Morrison,1 j n soe n leo th *C7za ee en C

take work at Nankan, as we wrah to establish a ex Cov. King, 4 sacks corn; from Mrs. Barnet de Mars, where there was a reviewgiven in hon-
Mission station there. We want, also, to on. 4 sacks corn. Shipped same, on steamer Ar or of the Czar, was fired into, whether to kill
courage our young men in the church to study bian, to J. J. Howard, Gartersville, Ga the Emperor or Czar is unknown.
the Seriptures, and for this purpose we want to May 28-Recetred from C. Furgusors & Co., London, June 7.-The Cretan news is high-
form them inteelasses and instruct them. What per steamer Post Boy, Sti sacks corn, I box ly unfavorable to the Turks.
werant isa native ministry. We want efBeient oneon. Shipped same, on steamer Arabian, to New York, June S.-The Herald's special
ative heldpommunchdHe e ered i a sedprnosp ^ F br a ylole eem 4 G. W. Williams> run v var ethdllims


alARRIED
.
oa r os n5?
cm M.f A e fr. Jans
, 188 ex. no earnonse
a 8 ne as r.Lungin



A KNOWLEDGHENTS
nu =, J |
e ace)
/


--New Orl aa me 4 y ordez a e grr*
esi enththra thr et cretdary4 ee I r my *


si lers, ind dliancenwithh a edition frc weharacynean

p i gi stirring terms, and Wholesale Grookery and Glass Ronse

illetidan has as or o d h LSenet 0- v . ATI ANTA, GA

uFlnder agasd endeth apTintment, \ - ON A 80ALE FAR BEYOND ANY
ders called on Governor Wells at the Exe- . , . BEFORE KNOWN IN THE
offlee, and made known that he came in ar 2 -. STATE
ence to the order of Gen. Sheridau, an t ; . .. . ..u.g .. rn ,


nan t i to la6 ttbe atour ,
action of the military authorities. Gen. Sherl- re av no -necoven son at time .. . .......
dau seat him word to go, or he would put him av w essan-Nameremsea on paper, . .. . -


dh a 1 A b r re

xhn aul h a en o ,other people-"feed GEORGIA ACADEIIIY FOR THE BLIND. . : .4 .. home depot of
-By order of Gen.rPope, the oflices of City F HE EXERCISES OF THE PRESENT LS ORTED PACKAGES OF CROCKERY

n a mCo Conn 1 Tth ed orbest anamixeagues
have been vacated by the removal of the I
incumbents. The new appointees were inaugu-
rated immediately after the promnlgation of this CO ISE GE BT, order
order,
-Attorney General Stanberry is in receipt of IN STRUMENTALA ND V OC AL -:o:-
many letters with questions regarding particular cc PETRO OIL FOR SALE.
points, the answers to which in he opinion, he -

annott aw en talbo inti b dassurances av >. IIIAns. THE 0 IT EAPEST ILTUMENATOR

1 I di aatmpl{tme n etprepqredand aracessonamela--sw recipal
-Raleigh, June 5-Chief Justice Chase or SUNDAY SERVICE AND DISCIPLliE. BEST SUBSTITUTE FOR TURPENTINE

rij e pth en ge oaduo rn as wI am d WLS FO C la AT NTI . .

uns o rl a s \ Apacean, McBRIDE, DR ET & CO.,

sponded, thanking vaim for the hospital

I ated / e I thigh thr t 0. w. MAssEbOTTON GIN OHNSONa"

ee ivee atorus% isco use. xot I .. .


Domes CH eM Tune14 CombinationofSkillandPracticalBxperience
JUST PUBLISHED -:o:-
mastormsears.
NEW YORKJune10.-Stockstrong. MoneJ THE CHRISTIAN HARMONY. FliHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COH-
7 Gold l37i. '62 registered, Gk to St. Cou- 1 rn to
70


pons 95 to St. Cotton easier; sales 1200 bales
at 261 to 27. Flour steady and in fair demand
without decided change. Corn active at 1 to 20
decline; Western mixed, new, 31 04 to 1 09} -
old $1 12. Pork dull and lower; mess $21 95;
prime $18 50 to 19. Lard lower, 11 to 13.
Groceries quiet and steady. Turpentine is
59. Rosin 53 75 to 8.
BALTInton, June 10.-Cottoo quiel .. 3
nominallyst27formiddling. Coffee dul :..
gar quiet and firm. Flour, improved d .....as
prices unchanged. Wheataearce. Corn r..r.."
white do, $1 03 to 1 06; yellow do, $110 to III
mixed Western do, 81. Mess Pork q ..*
$23 50; bulk shoulders St to9; rib sit in
to 11.
SAvowAn, June 10.-Cotton qui I .
steady; low middlings 231. Sales to-day 113
bales; recespts for two days 808
CHAmastoNJune10.-Cottonquiet; sales
78 Ii 'tlb .. ." T ,.. .. :.1
.1. i l** -* 1. ... r .* r
middling upiands. Sales 156.
CINorwarr, June 10.--Flour stead. 1**
ate jobbing demand. Corn dull at 7. A
Mess pork dull at 22c. Bacon dull, I .11 <-
90; Clear sides 12). Lard 126.
LouisviLLE, June 10 -Superfloe it ur i.11

o8u1ors I; ess rk Ilat 25 I'. c.

Foreign Markets.
Liveavoor.,.June 10.--Cotton dull; estimat-
ed sales 6,000 bales; Middling Uplands, 111;
Orleans, 112. Breadshirs unchanged except
Corn, which is quoted at 36.
LIvoroor, June 10-evening -Cotton de.
lined id; sales 8,000 bales; middling uplands
as 11id; Orleans 11?d. Breadstuits closed
quiet and unchanged. Provisions dull and
prices unchanged.
LONDow, June 10-evening.-Breadstuffs
dull and drooping; gathers unchanged.
....- --
DIED.

g . us assar, man


Maeon Distriot-Third Bound,




r . / /. ., g


Orangeburg Distriot meetins-3d Quarter
.. . .





Atlanta Distriet-Third Quarter*

. . -


on < .
.. . r . r .

, .
. .. .



*


no rains on no scu.

. ., ,
z

. .. I"
a are or patroname. MAMEY JOHNSON.
BrancowarrGA.,Narch25th,1867.
AGENTSs

.. .. *
; ,, -



Mayir--sm
HOLSTON CONFERENCE


A NEw music noose avwu war xx,
or thesountern
Whor armony.
-:o:-

HIS BOOK 18 PRINTED WITH NL
, ,, ; ,, 1 ,

, ,, , ,

,

e . .. .


.
a 11 411Lill
1102 and 1104, sansom st., Puadelpma

FOR SALEBY

. .





,
. . . ..


GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANFB,

Ho. 85 Exchange P1seepeerJewthSt., pets

BALTImenz, Ms.

ra 'A'ob adayformed a cowartnersh p
4.ny at warm
q .. me...

r.




n

mad i ant as ang for fa e as
re an eof t[othepi kree frie & eEmalib
wise sm

EMORY COLLEGE.

HE EXERCISES OF THIS INST1TDY
on Wednuday,10thJaawy, Mwimp
en. reanmeekisolaohaintNatural solones. 1.
so a 7 o
a no mark.


osur A rea



b n

or span

f h p The pro pee f a at n in

E a n us a ni
MEANs MDD DLL D f Natural
x ur onAn o esyis *and

L n iA so x rt si ..a
so da rr A
zP re I eU e. ryear
on Pre anatory as
ration per term in I
thenextmeetn of heBe It we
.. arrafe so,

.. .x san seer no a
-

E Et 5,


nAcow wnoa.asAx.m mananw. ?
Corrected by Jewett & Haider.
.ssmar courseson n=acuser.; no swansea so



B on Emn shook god ud mandged C ear
as an . .
led
.s- .
er

1 g ram.ax-si soveronal..i
coaree.-mesop-; Laguayrian a
fa ,--rks a a .* e.1sses o
a ascents; exua ca ve a s I
crwherne;reware xcel me 1 non

to 1.-main as riorian on
oa song, 3@ at a a
CandlesMtuMO ; Ahman no ; pamntSMe
sugar.vpag ........-we
co. conn ry somes ExtraGones nN rnY run 4

x -se I of. so, seco; Icatelsage.no.
o ff unpowerasses so
Lifan Ous.--Lmand $2@ per gaUon; Tan
nerases a wantede.4, steen per on
gak a Dandde to R So, na
x mnal Isront lee.


worswA enxca ovanaxw.
--.


GE


ASHEVILLE, N. 0

HE FALL TERM OF THIS INSTITU-
-. - ..... . r. d. .
4-: ... .

annns-4.r seasoner Twenty weeks,
.. . . c. .. .



. - .: *




, .. *r


airremicalsAnvAscres
o ermformatoneacheobtain omh ri at


10 Disease a
rawrice BT

a R. M. WOODRU FF
col.unsus, GEORGIA,

-:o:-

WOODRUFF WOULD RESPECT-
D" as -
Dismses or Lose sTAN INo,


.


on m.msTom enzcm evensw .
... -...
r a n






















u











-

re a to


5.1* La. .Li I* u ti.La BE -1.11 *
me autho a , ,
,, , .

., ...
assr.

oes a
hand- ,
Athens Distriot, North Ga Conference. . .

= in "ran arms.r a . .

,,

"E dareas .1 w. evax

Rome Distridia 0(18. Conference DIGEsT or GEonGIA REPORTS. .
From Vol21to80 taclusive, y A. O Buon, Eq T. ., r
as co-sent see or expense- the pr ee. As was
* *. I . .
YrlLCO as Cl IBBB'
... WAN '1' E D.
, SEWING MACHINES
I ,, YA GRADUATE OF WOFFORD COIn
.ee PE leges.c.,asetneson as reseher, ddnB IP ros SALE IN THE FOLLOWING PLACE
- Cokesbur District une14-ar Prea vt 4 my 11a wnMas. J C

BURKE'S WEEKLY no square a
-ron- treetone door
-- .
- .rD CHI BL 8 ...

I BE FIRST NUMBER WILL BE READY 1 n
Lumpkin Dist, B. Ga Con erence soJ. en e to an arseeinapteror aas ** ..*

2 ea a e an on nG s no au Iain a 3a


SOUTrHEtRN CI-IRISTIA.N ADVO( A I'E.


JlleP7 1 67


te and DOOPS, R. W. cusatop, \ W RAEEIUM
ORK PRICES, agggaspeg a gasaggggage,
dtate at gall'BB AXB 8805886,

o A E E WOOD, SeeentStreet, MA@ BsQA
whertatreeta.conas stee gnandsThearrepen ds re

MERCHANTS

or .

ANapsJoINING STATE ..

r. a .


onesy.
OFFICE OF


-
,

LIFE SIZE LITHOGRAPHIC LIKENESS
or

WINHOP SO If L E.

----o

N ELEGANT AND ACCURATE LIKE
," , , , pl a t

dr air rees. 2 .dort so
^ 4,wanurnianahigaryonished
CARTS DE VISITED,
ascents tone
hundred.


THE MACDONALDS
-on-
ASHES OF SOUTHERNHOME S.

-:o:-


A STORY OF SHERMAN S MARCH
.

.1 w .itic E , ,,
No so.second at vaeon, e.

1LIB ROOli9.













------ -I- --------------


I~i "


.



SOUTHERN CHR I ADVOCATE


r'Ug TI 11 11.1 Lilub8









.
-





7 .-1 .
r ....ne . .. ....... .. a.a.
,},".. J. W. BURK CO.,
us
RATES OP ADVERTISING

BPAC orasquaeo twelwlinesort
one n eny





.



swascarBE

FOR BU RK E 8 WE EK L Y,



BOYS AND GIRLS.



A BEAUTI#ULLY ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY,
OM.YS200AYEAL
FIFIT CENTA WILL GET IT, FOR THREE MONTES.
suz=rospacementumper.

AGENTS WANTED


110S AND THE PROPHETS CHRIST

AND THE APOSTLES, FATHERS

AND MARTYRS,

OMPRISING AN ACCOUNT OF HIC



.. .
*


prun-sm

21CENT ILoTOMMET, JOSEPH B. BTEWART

TOMMEY & STEWART,

Exponsans or Ama manaxe at

HARDWARE

A thenignor themiu sawmdMe CookWLiteball 8


ESPireTrolC C 4 T
r .. g c. .

. . .


.

,

anne

NOW READY !

The e Sabbath School indu
9
"7 GOLDEN PROMISE

BY T E. PERKINS.
Au* . .. r a

TITE WILL SEND A SPECIMEN COPY,
TV ; * ,. twenty
on
1


Yol.xxx.NS.94


WORSE Wil E.I.51519&CR


. 0 MRadaDBANKERa.






charewareet, chars..teas/c.

wlLLIAHe, TAYLOR a co.,

COMMISSION IfERCH AltTS
wo. us assa.ma.ne, w. W.
magn--sm
RAxATTaswsmos.Assowa r.L.pnoosart


R.A.191ATTHEWSA.CO.,

GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
86 WE MMET, OPPICE at, NEW Y@K.



des southto parabaseof goodswt regoe
mMem 4Meedpedbtea




Ex4 fr


e..r..r.vas ea

opmen.,an. More agrine--ean
an. T. J. cRown,

DE WTAL 8 URSE ON.

J. As ROBSON


NO.62EASTBAY.CIIARLEBTO SO, *

e agam lemeanet r an a bu n so re of
sonna .. ocuse anonson Indw men

on naramance
po a asm.gATag

is somens c.


B. A. T(rlsE,
cherry asnoa onegon.,
.me,
HOUSE FWRWISHING HARDWARE.
SILVERPLATEDWODS,
GLAS8,CHEAANDEARTHENWARE.
cOALOILANDKEROSENELWH:
TABLELTDMCKET OUTLEBT,
I o a wantsnoons namense; Vmen


VR WROL W WARK COOKING UT 8 9

A A. BEAlars. J. R. SPEARS W. H.POTTER
BEALL, SPEARS & Co.,
WAREHOUSED WRMIMIONMEMBE.
2 Proof Weehonse, NA 8, MphilSt.
Avouses, ex.,

7 Li 1 [ 8tufTT NTTEN ON TO
. 0 ..
a .. Muses, save and remely suppues

if ADVANCES made on produce in


"., ma* *< sheir rriend. na the puse
-ar.

9 7* M Ms

PECTFULLY TENDERS HTS SER-

is sp fr *r




.se--sy

DRUSS AND ME DICINES,


SOAPS AND PERFUMERY,
4
WIndow Glass and Patty,

KEROSENE OIL, EN., Eac.

Founselow ty
ROBERT H. TATEH.Drugglet,


:;SOkJT~E ERN C H RISTIA4N- AIVOTO.A.TE.


c pp 1 .1 ii 1 ri to
Rome put out his fooot the g did hat oth

oe-he 8 eat fee ot\idm jar c

To . irewsi
she a brasers r*, r us dr .se raised

.r "aran.Jub. [ws, ina...lon
said a reverend father Whatever he was."
lialtimZnglisburn,'s rar s! .1 .
foot was more meet . ..
kissed by Christian men."-D Aubfgne's Refos


: uc<> 7---- ,,

d Osit auto We po eaed ref
i 1 T


.I _


Charlh a jfor et the little hYe jadmaiden

neanoralde oe ashm th Lond n, for 3 les f

La ....s a 74. ..,gr ...p.ca.u c we
the wor Gj /rt at unat he la e

' s : 6 r i Ir Ia -in : and i

fordle itishl r, ,r; ... 1]
Mary Jones, to o en the hearts of C .- *
.aveHiswordtoalitheworld.


THE ORPHAN ABYLUM.

"a ., .."ri,

assents=
rnesearethemate


seemed a set ly tod t and h do

g me gentle 1 y bou dit@i n gi R li E W FE K L 5

ForsomeyearashewithherlatehusbandRev F.ati.is."r ....

Chrilsti Mood8 resid e ,n oi ar lastructive and Enteitatininst
f sent there by God, to do a work for Him. Main- a.mesmanyammates a

lyMhileifo edneed lb IBo as led .,,,,gp,,.. .!-offic.*Rd..*,
=. 1 -1.. .= = vi F *** Narrativesof Travel and Adven.
I;*, tur I. .- al .,gy,;,, gi,;sifL..4 ,
FI ,rp a ), e.r N.r2.si
I a ... rr I ,

Ms. THOMAS 4 IL hi.. L r rs it am ,
Somersetshire, E 1...2 li. rs E go.s ... AT THE URGENT SOLICITATIONOP

1832teand comm din e stusefulPeareer, 41 ..., .-eat want a
too,8. C. He subsequentlyanaghtin Sparta,

tWarr bondand MastiMiaza in 1802,3 mg ee y Paper for Boys and


B' "dsue is h n lieful a W. So

us BIr. itwaphynsisnanynres false do a Ent 4t AR NE 8 LA D rth A co r of Dr


enterprises and literary pursuits generally. He as as rankamuser..e q. a :

sa a .Te as blexipnordevery de- lar tothenor I an la
outlected a veryneex e an le i rar The But Publication of Its Class

was published on science or religion; wh le as Inued in see a . -'


teralon tudylor various a stehmareand ee splanagilyllinetrated'
esus Christ with simple, yet strong and c --a. .. r ..'s. "PI .

t t w dhis aidll 4. en oft
to say, that he wished to live as never in his TERMd:
GreatTaskMasteracye." InaSlietion hewas ,, _. , .,, ,, a ,

to submis as tol the will of God. In
an ] ng < =ilike the cal t .. . . .. A ,,.'."....


nToiselee a bles 03 g t su e ion a :. Unparalleles Inducement

Ie v. -

Mns. 3JARY ANN BALLzw, wife of Major a r ..
JohnG.BallowdiedinLenoirN 0,May25, -
12 3 4 a j r. .. . .,

Sc Iof her death, her walk Th o e

h ble follower of Christ She as a modesta

une utio the I raenh.woman, on -- I .
improved very much on an acquaintance, and r .
those who knew her best, had the highestappre.

ca sof hbe noble v rtues and comeTh
n e family na o 3 ad m na e


them awaybee na eebTTrn eat G; at e un n an na ty


haes parentleympartohrachg. On thenanonrnangof mounts h 4 b Ez us drafton
her domestic duties. She all d to a ser ant Pubs r. ? so iers.

I tls b a ery much I er on ad Macon, on

alto kTitalilihght t eitdhoenabright befoo THE DISOIPLIN E'

11 od 3so i iv dover a . . st ,,
a great loss has been sustained On Sunday ,
I remains were conveyed to Fairfield, - --- -

is element avey 8,eand notwithsta dingo3e pg 4, gP eTig ANDREW DIJNN, R li

preached a funeral sermon from 2 Cor. chapter4 GEOR GIA LOOM
and 17th verse. hfany felt that the divine
presence was there. -an-
MANU FA TURNING COMPANY Y.
D. T. B. Houses oungest son of Dr. W.
T. and Mrs. J. E. He land, died April 24th, NoU A tRE6 8.neAdN LeoAjf e3:'
18 7, agedalAe)meansC3 mont ened at C urch, .Tohnson Buildingnextdoor so thePostolRoeandseepn

and gave staple proof of his acceptance with

G .nerlie waslan get o hand dutifaul son, MENDENHALL's JMPROVED SELF-ACTING
and faithful friend During his last illness, HAND AND POWER LOORIE
which was shortcut severe, be gaveevervas.
surface, to those who wept for him, that his
peace was made with God, and that his future
was one of unallo ed ha iness


ar. e re r el, ,, o , I, ,
7 IL. r aL'i..t reee @ no tatJackbude



..

ag a n, a not know ng w re a go, .Lt=


me where I may find Mr Delshunte ?"
saidth Doctj e to 1 i 0..

r. ...1 I . *

he comi. 2 , ,


man, who understood nothing -.

/ ., 7/ . /
i 1. ortice Darrro

thank you" sai the poor fellow, and walked off -
n. I . ... ..,, ..... .

.
. -itaw, mellow .

v. ,


fast, with coarse bread and but er, wit .

,. .. has an ada j , , ,
stipation 3 .
brileoveeo niedicines 1 . Who Took Him on he Other Side ?

ility, stingtibh2 c . "Who took hirn on the other side?"
active le31 rI bl maintain and str agthen A pair of soft blue eyes, full of tenderness

thepowerof productivelabor dltie)rhlookud up adtom ine Sorrowlayon
- "On the other side! What do you mean my
15 F 00. HE.is.-A hen f he is all .7. J s 1,= ...** darling ?" And I looked wonderingly at the


AUT WIND w a onwa rs enjed-with scraps of b Ileanean a I vt ocee b
a ac .1 shheera a alous Who took him on the other


c e d. ro r. i I nob r 1* An spen hel al is7sm e istendily sme dould
soa ., T FL ,. .r will pay r -,. el.. ly. Lov gan 18, cookbmupstentlerlyd
some peop never feJt any and that was n eng to him sweeter songs than be had ever


.r r a r. Im h hear itn this world ill be strange to him. I'm

a le [ Mr. Nayling, this rain will be Sue for your From the n am wered. in th i lee"aviour who wa nee a ha

Yes perhaps; but st is had for the corn, Mary Jones the Little Welsh Maiden. Reared to him take all the no r 4. ,-
and will keep it back. I don'tbelieve we shall leave our side, and love and care fbr them jirt

a after this, when the sun we shin- t L. / [ e d I to tl 0 agel

a Fine sun for r earn, sir.,, the nor 1 1.1 ,a. .3 ., .. . .. least afraid; and when the light of
Yes, pretty a bat it's awfial for the rye daily a copy of God's holy book, g on to the heaven broke upon his eyes, and he saw the
Bye wants cold viesthern 4-ult -- * ch they attend, or to their beauty of the new world into which he had
A also on a cold morning, I met my neighbor "', la n in 0 ty.all lust iduari n entered, his little heartdwas full eglad ess ad
This must be capital for Mr. Nay- "'"r. ass . Bible Society, and it is of almost faded out of the childs countensuee.
yourrye, she ..rs, ** ri it another audiety I wish to tell "Yes, dear. Very sure. The Lord who so
1 1 a ..r It. t you.Iary Jones lived as a place in Wales called slerly lovesbllist 0 Idnu -whhootook them I

Ovrt Aberganolwyn. You will hardlybeable -who saidthattheirangels 'do always behold

4, r! /,,j.9 -ser as a i . ri s .. . h ePweh< gam oF2 h, a tl eo j t e
in F. r.d at so.. too. want r 5.1....: at. th E i..i so taught could possiblybe."
t. mill .....ts I rar a .,r- run, .r s 15 2 st Biblebutwnseareful *'I am so glad?" said the child. "And it
I --1- du ...r a....I.. I wr. It, n ry t s:& to instruct her 1.. ? . .-.... .re.. r ,a. con- makes me feel so much better. Dear baby II
rain, the government in ourse, and everything to tained. She lea 3 . s =, .. 1 ** a pened didn't know who would take him on the other
be destroyed. And he hes fekend lalket thua for her heart ne ff e did Lydia's, tbat she attended olde "- Children a llour
at lenet thirty years, and yet his r: us in I ra . I , i.,,. . 3 ,
i o ingri I 4 astim a r\ jus book. Very often would this li 1 str d Eh in g a mappe a


.r lb.1. I.,a ... hr at Le H. 1 1. In maiden walk two miles over the rugged Welsh sneh a mastery of the soul that its subjugation


4 to a to w r ey rie I e sh e r
we he was young! He enn sleep under a y 1 .1 learned,'. L ately two serpeats grew from hieshoulderswho
preaching he now hears, and the law ere so I .1 , alone wash bunger, attacked his head, and at

isoun upstades or tom old t rtae ce.Slo9 enadaboeg plan and scheme, and a inpt no r tshbrai .ithTI o a.puUed
does your weathervane over point anywhere bu' inquiries, f it were not possible to get aB ble he soon saw, with indescribablehorror, that they
the enet ?- Rev. John Todd, D. D. son ew r oardE hat 8 .ni 0 rd shadtbbeecome parts of himself, anad that He n

cure for herself the coveted treasure. After Such is the deplorable eon ition of every etim

The nod ImmeMan" The as an s no I her ablydh ofappetiteandlust
ly was to session. .i., 11 1 . infoun her where one
subje as an dit8hoejknies ece in p fe> a ..1.1 & a .. it was a .. 1


i was ohne the floop a inhd ad no Welsh p parents ry her to the
imma ... i - standing and The little - ----- ---
... .ea, and faring pped lightly M as ELENDER TMDsa, died May5th 1867
rn r pul. .- =3.r. I t 11. r ,., -, Richmond co, Ga, in



h r e a h n e

he a n on tbn e d no

u s. ar.. he... as uran d..- e.. modestly inquired for that her end was near, she seemed to gai
I ,r sL.. i.elia .. r ta.r I ,a. I ..iF. r . r 11. r r.s she was told that the strength and sang several hymns and exhorten
's uader-ar -* el .. re I ... .. us ar-4 ar. a 1. t c/ I-* I cekrytireddear her friends to meet int]zeaven-said that he

alght ed m.ar.I of it area.E..,r ass the 19= Mr. nd some time in his study before entering on Christ, feeling that she had aebpullding of God,
84,&.<- ....* ut- p.l...s...r .derry-, ,i.,rt, labored the day. It was adisappointment a house not made with hands, eternal in the
thiek...t and r = ...1 tr 11. r us.< already, e- not to learn before she slept where the treasure heavens. 8 r.; I . r,., F .. 3. Cr.... 1 in
*s=ae =z**Fand ... sir...a so .,3 .. ar. ...pect might be obtained; but she bore it patiently, in this life 6. It 1.. able, t...= it... .t. r. *1
r., a..r. .. the t.....- cr-- ..trany and and followed a kind person, to whom she had not exchange her hope of heaven for all the

K ..s.janar us ar. ,.,l o., eilenow hererrandtothnhouse ofawor wealth and pers eeet w \wo d. She

g .dj r . .... 2 .I , ,Can she trust tween her 1 *I ...
sal 4...1...to a .r.e1 ft in I* ..I .c

Ther-t! e r... a ..ane re ... br.. ial be r got r er HARAH ADELLA, second daughter Ti :
IT.. .mr... of Er b.r.r"Isa, .. 1 km 1. na arms 8 eet were the slumbers of the pious maideo M. and Mrs. Ellen Moorer, died in 0 re rm..:

ult eprshwesh a res."majpli n gr. y w r asser y well 1 i. 1. Die ., d. 01a th May, after an illness of one
- )**a asF1 ir-g els v.'s it 11 wirfie, .ve a y to I to I so. .. 3r... , is r v. r. in ill church, and both in
-moneer.=ilea leare-se r. .r. whosh, no or. 4 ined I cr I.-e.... I theSabbath-school qu4 in the family cirole, she
.> ne.ruly as de J. c..mlist. I spersha e rl a I n no licy t k me as bei e Ko a hups adthe nurt ri the

.* 0.. so ruin ri i . the gratifyior prospect of a pions and useful
DOG. "* * ife Herdn-.... :.=> ...... n it
FT nry VITT I...re-i br h-a w arre.r., saw . .- r a ther that sh ld d I
as.. .ld .s.near a I. gr ..1 g....r.p. and ade as =.: er ano a won ie soon.
ly th 3rs.rses r .si t at e.ne. ea se..r ie Chart as ed hy she said so, sho replied,


of a 0 Sl9 a = I am. u W Lux IItine
a fee anar. em all Banked at as is.ur.- a 1.,* .11 t. F. La p
9 31a .,1, ;, b..r, -rt{ -2.. a.nt.

Earldels haltil gth.I#2lp ed.ous s*,a rd Th us*E p. Isaid*s pri Il l* av I r ed, ol) em "At


y pp
.



nyat r r to9fs a 10000 Man a


m em
SaunmErxern; this Sunday chool, whereof he
a (1 ..- .7 -, I . er

I 11 -1 ir - .is e
.- I == L is .1 I .. r 2

no more with us on e rt/, has le 1 our bear
an enduring memorial of his moral excellence
andthegentbrqualitie liati H 's erchours

Blulber Street Sunday school, M. E. Church,
South, resolve,

a e Tbbe ass 10 eo p ojiltubebllefiel
a punctual attendant, a diligent scholar, and a
beloved associate-one by whose removal in the

em rningnofSic ee k to ub see r a



t 7 as


a on a n
the l fe to come, wo will, while e shing the
memory of our departed friend, lay to heart the

pe at do 2m emanly .. c. 1 ... 1. us.-,

Tribute of Respect
aminisons ot Quarterly coarerence Litt a River carest,
Northeeorgiaconsrence:

thWhereasancethabq ar y n n ef rm
Fored a honoreadwpta tor, Re G No ni

giving an expresexon of our high ..


Easier Udndusood, Mler Lo Opeerts,e nb marL aliablo


s ugw oop um pap. covera ...........s ome


A School Music free ewery are tL

we song every one ..my.
ants rant To sis as Y.


TO All Who Use the Plow.

,GRAND ESSENT L TO AGRI-


bprul say


savnnah,1 on


SEND FOR A CIRCULAR!


We Havem heashilshed catalesse of


HICH ARE OFFERED AS PREM.
tameforoubsoriMrs 0




BOYSAN R 6


ro omershon agnegu mthe as a
7. W BUR ,


Zion s Refreshing showers.

E HAVE RECEIVED A LOT OF THE
as to at 4 am p., 0

neal a t aenedo y n ah forhy
SeA n Price60s.orts 00perJ BR o r era to



RIL LIARI) INSTITUTE,
FORBOYB.FORBYTH. GEORGIA
26 Miles from Mace; 75 Miles from Atlasis.

HE SPRING TERM OPENB THE
"a we so
rrrat mondayein serptember, ana closes the second
many cbanons,

Primarvarmesperannum.:........... .. .. ..sas se
Intermedi.ne cans...per annum ...... .. .. ... as on
..in=s>..u...... q

yd.>.saw sons or a sh
thb8ohoollspermaneatlyestabtishedaeasquadle
no a me;thorousturPr*Per*arunny*1...

A I perussionsadarewer.ePro.riesorms


sr l ci
t o as a maneana
i ehn nu i n
his removal from his earthly labore,

and w o'Fhaeom u ad le w tsh hismfanmdly
reavement, and hereby express our sympathies
with them, bowiss as we do, submissively, to
this dispen stion of the Divine Providence.E.

----- ------ ------

WWHIiltURIT & CO.,
I'O TTON FACTORS AND

ERAL COMMIssION MancHAN Ps,

to asy ar, savaw$ANs GA.


5 al. ar.man.r......,,........


la tr gre en eq a
ever use.uintrouncedant rain a nos
fromu.to we assar twovenonstals.nembanneday. a 1 leae as on .3

tl ese plows can be remr- 5-1 t ri
HALF THE COST OF THE CIATUNG OP A FAMILY ounnnT st low as well s* .. as .:- 1

CAN EE SAVED BY ITS USE! as a..bglan weasanet men
an eamp. inw. . c.. . .. ...
From Fare to Ten Donars a any can be made on n as wthearlin . .. . ..

ITS PARTS ARE SELF-CHANGING. a ... 4., a g v



BytheTurnmgotanEasyGranKithtstheWarpon, Address, Bethany..ie rn an ,ba.



Twallacran khas, win, oosen Tow er An wool cloth a roommend panters
Baggag, ToweMagTable Liaien, Balmoral Sicirte, Woolen, war, CA Awar Sr
Linen ana xemp carpew--intents, thingtram a Hand,

runs anoar

-- g= ,@* e attarmarmandr
meandomaint. .
so No.mas,
IT IS SMALL, NEAT AND LIGHT, Mr son: Iam go roPs

NotlargerthuscommeaBNRfistTable, \ imtoo a

IT IS MADE IN THE MOOT WORKMAllitaiKE MAN- pa
NER' iP I ever ot wouldrecom ed toa
or sona natewaland Handsomely varns.ned
on how msm2n II was
IT IS VERY SIMPL AND EASILY UNDERBro0h) ril tyear

Every thing 18 Performed by Turainga manian MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS,
Ch ch ansI Fasnilles
ur es

IDOM8ANDCOUNIYRIGHTSFORSALE E ARE REPAs atnOza nR H

.... . .. ,, . er .

T. as i; .) i = = = Al -



14 ,s 1 .L a"T IT FI IN = 'OMPth a, -- --

arsu,1smarr. agems. .au *




University of Florida Home Page
© 2004 - 2010 University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries.
All rights reserved.

Acceptable Use, Copyright, and Disclaimer Statement
Last updated October 10, 2010 - - mvs