Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: August 9, 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
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Additional Physical Form: Also on microfilm: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Libraries.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102121
Volume ID: VID00049
Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 24261451
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Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

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b.r.do on ea skyfoar
arms at or swearrow will bring forth.
.. .. ..... L ......1 .s.-r ... existing, and
more is feared. Tr.,r, a .t ..ai the spiritof
I -* ... II.r a 1 de II.- ta ke land
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1 1 1 is f so thal whos he
I >t be subjected to
he morriscation of having his family, week
fter week, uncomfbrtable on his hands. They
hould also, at.a very early day after the appoint.
eet of the preacher in the circuits, make
assessment, pursuing the ad valorem basis as to
property and income of the brethren so far as
racticable, of the amount to he paid by each
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I ,, peak for is if, and not postpone to
1 In

1 1 . to be me e at tl able

wif an children ifo)Conference, he
nations, the usessments may be made directly
y thecatngrds 1ajorsub sittedo a Church.

I ..ie 11 .I 4 both wpards and people
i. ...i ] . .3, .) i. to feel, that they
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a That le artowards of the Churches are
e estedtoadopean substance e- . *r.
qu 1 ., a 1 r collectic : L .11 .1
Presiding Elders and
ae rg .6tiA da a he a

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susess
The Committee on Missions reporud no co 1-
ections as yet Said failure not attributaldo to

u no in wr < t.
They advised collections a
rons, which was adopted
cuvacu unsumps
The Connuittee condocused the use of our
hqrche farpurposesotherthanDivineworship
I that the use of our
hurches for Exhibitions, Orations and Emer-
ainmentsof similarcharactershouldalwaphe
enied.
I.ocAr meAenans.
The following course of study was suggested
nd adopted

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ipline
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to our people the good old Southern Christian

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choo regationbystleastonecarnest pointed
sermon thie sobject;
Schools as often as poso .
and pray. That every
fathermotherguardian .
by their presence also.
24. That we recomme
be held in every work or,
8 erintendents and
4 trines peediar to Me
our schools.
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=...2.... ri she Mar lisas, near Bel-r of the on **wely (1srwreare.I. c. thyr-name holy -
sl...., no, us.psoderal, rall even.srw, ir.n Torrow is workst. Is.rl **9 pre--.is..
ern, never men 4rd ur ,- a bleare.d urnh, the irrors of a despiry,;i..atus = a sce-quanr
rl..s b hau lan in r.il r.*r..rationse.e ener..eral our the sorrups..r.s .1 @- her L.a=
of hisreadian...v. run we11as he pses, so answer T< suppon rt.ar .mr gr.mal .* anceford oz
theprayer shp.ms.-ri ar.ou.= n..*Lrr..vb-s' [,1.* sour.. npr.*=o.as and namix ..igrk.1 arada-
.. r ans...r.e..'sa rra.= is..l ....rag o.. LLasthese es-e.np r. mandess ei.e..a aler.a thr>*4,
.. ra., ann to War, ar. r t.ar bu*, 1. in-mAwas soon...ma. .irangle, sk.. .. re i go a(sar.er
ing for this trust, arms r ...sg I. 3.2ss.Ike so Th perman:**4. ra...I.,u .ws..ase;'ems we .
J;,alay.ud.ed.r.lf.r .nr -g- -syhissuranoer as serts.nipant ,;-, ri dges if
[*r.r- f Brise + ar. .s.) fr rr...L an a d .w. LLe ar.-.aer Have a teeps 4.sliMFC sillb
a cohar sense. FI .- as -s.=ra-1 L,.a..?d=aw audity as J prade 1.s..sa sw ansa.. Watsout I
al restore help faratr Ias giv. ari cr* r-=wesI prayer .and lor.,r wagists a timealitan -
to them their own or r.tr. .ia when 14s us them. du..=. adersse... r.n.l unal....jiallumma, ar..I un
selves, la order to are it, .=. .f rhear had...4 muses.rs=.2 sen.pes ra.4 ..., was, e.g..aur eyes
to resort to second esuses, sad teach Lan, swan ,-emppin-g w.IL it.4o.,a as re ..ud na.melynd .* *
in him alone is the fountain of hatr *0.2 There I, a yea*e wni,*h in r.. peace guil cr.e.
strength. This is indeed a dillieult le...ar, ... noisely aff-sts.ma. r.gun..r wl..*n dre aw.s sm.
learn practically, however ebyritia fe -tale u beat asses.Ianewppardagralr.ceed LALlan.may

g-gi-=g,,* aggible, dIsAlto dE majio restM very
we are noder a monarchy upda whose adminia. day brings eith itibme new tr of findb on"p-
tration we are dependeq), utterly, for evilry val, tience, or charity. Tearptatiola adariii ed to
nable*good: the monarchyof God from whose theweaknesmandisfshilifthlet nature, areeare 4
throne proceeds prosperity whether to individ. to meet as at every turn Some thorn in the

ekd yTo cal.. . I II r. r .r i iksh, arms e.g.ar.ne ba et (18 heft d
his readinea- in- g..< na r..-1 r..s a thn.agh onwalves 4.was line devil, stfd dom lete
the one semistle me La ., ..r ?..il. In Jewin warser or ste massion, ha **...*is. t ...,$a no
Chriet, offer to hin. nor rn ].5 1 5 g repr. w al. as whean Wines we lease empposed his quars
the belief thathe ..II i.>nr ...l.. wes was ra.= stamassed and fr.. Lear air.ot onepp.J. J.e terms
.. a .mi me Inc..w ..ii. ..ss I ..1.1 de-sr-a 6. oI m he a blT 1**. 1

-- are a gone ad she la I
has hears weaponded it she .4.rapupa *viendy
The Last o nrah and abo bel. As same b add been

I ,as as sad he twegw= to a qim, ST 4.
asses 2. .s. ..aur..s a sul kg losing sur enemie. r to mines
I .r -.ar..sr... emobem-e.esseshed Ga.a orhuse
tasseek wit3p relafqreepenter M belitFedif
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etermy sea 1 re. r to 5 ..... .. L.
the peace la t... .r ... a... he bar, the
-t, but .r.1 1 rrupt liters
new her...to of no r re sated De- uwe and a du r no, ks, and

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and against the Spirit and 1.- r b son r. p a L
person he arrangemen ad nr. p a .

action to its old allies, and a coalition with the e n d .9 a
vines em re an Osi. arnt




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. bl.. r. 21 re E..aur.my..I Ine 3-a L earn & I.ar which
.rs. ].. . st, r...c.r shI. e .I. yr.- 1 ...ar IL r 5.4 on. epas may
1 rail.. ni *-r
v.m.c r <.5.s a .. .- r.. .. or as we a rhe rr ph a IL. e est sk m.nd when it




be oujniously putto dei h That conversion ri oneum e she a will, and a just
usans nbom edo or no go the mphaeR a why ye wUI

..nethen; .f develignal and n.,s had r..... .,,,.; n..r.,y
ann..I car,.r..r.*Ent-cn a ne a so speed.o pl Elan. ns.= smarmer 1. **.as its a as ..7=,,,..
ast.e .rn....it.r ears. us est.rr ......1*, ar.l blesequr.nivar..*I)* Usa, ab r. Jo the ears.
the areadle ars II.a. enta l El e had are parn whosee stmas er* *ash- pr.s.cuple *A in-r.3 -h....s-1
sk. use, are meals or usual -arague sea our bugs egA. 8 In= mal a .t.0.rmailier" but uses grath
res son -or... ajatins Ir in use h7trTe al., e.,,ar a raw ] v.. repe.*I Ir

has over.*a.n.,19.< sells daud he has wresMod kneti ..r. d*aspirir pt*, n.g m:J 3:ur
war. .t H. .e ns,.s., ... Ir.s so she aneat ha ennaps Mr unsht.e..m. .so lk,1,T, wra.mr.searr
1 .s .. sell for r..r stan she ea.asp*** anish-4
j a isu. r us nt-, .r..r r st .> .r. ear 8.,,, an. over, I .r per as .1 0.ee,
$"
burd i s** .12 at 13on pagfor nef our Maker at the
sist.ush .n ,-=.see mey ..s. -c ,,.,, a.-'{< / k of 1,-,..; rul.c k la ur
..r...I q i.s F i.- si ll, ir .rugh i *isd .. r"Hawa ris- e -an.e- cp comfort and pre-
.ms pe.g.s] e....,wer : ...r ... st is pro
owns in so =1.. Ian .,1 orns, ala...u, ur., we .re pres; a real... .s. ..u u .
..mis. 8.* w- .... use ** III ....;.1 an rp-
1... n ..o. us .Ii as Jar. & L lb y" .x sea ..r PiAYER 0 cdrmaQ Of a
I as e..a r, 1to or .. == 1 EL* list at 4.*.ool Convendon illustrated the power
askin.1-c. .r.1 sk.* r=. as a u ar ms.wreness A rma nea ms. s ear.Ir.c.: c
*(.<-sal, in .be r..ire...au ar...rs.s .. man r iron A ..,,, a. .....<.4 B. *
(8015 is n, w..mandee .PI .@ phererar.e .s ni 5 -1, r at I
useen ar.... th. L .If aus.ez
> e...asa. 1 -... r at .. L..s c.. re C 3
1 "'"'" """" ar.=1.1 1,4.p-standeterminettogveme?
sad 4.. at tr : Or =- a c.. at..,w.r . eviate more worthy hands. Arriving at the
c..Iswaar.a,: tr..... Ir .. r .Ip....soelussheetshereelsdownbythe inties
pay rMaci. 0.4 unanal...ip .c..enstays pro


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wiliae speedr maidefen 15.5 to tote winna thr tragrant

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Who TIWeek of Prayer.

Sees every Christian heart received with

A da eo of ope in A f



11 "E.% 91-,
amforgettingimportant thin@ana dnt

oper poforgotten by many
adore but Iannot think that pastor not at al
ake to the interests of loo, or alive to th




Bb 1 ing 9 coTam ad

1, ";"ti" r "r.? &'""".,"4
upon their hearts, Japs every Pastor through
one ear emise annection meet deveatly receive
theauggestion, and allwhlump accordanit
As greeesting our comma genes te the stes
Mbase, sad exeroise implicit faith in the mean
of so, dest we may r.rdise she fr.Gr.
.5 Week of graperi b.gemainer a rha Ju
Sunday an Ange.5, and o.-menu.ng us, see is.
Banday, wnL a di.; or t an..II.s..r. I.usp. sc.-
prayes us. rbo maind ess Fnday W I..s. .5...-
eques.om I Israw ...ay we I..g... k. br..e LI,. a.v.1
saws, at ineson op= ad and a ki .. r..a ps, re
awal We and gass shook a seas.ne r., &....@ r., i
the e..d.E .,f tho pen evalu ar..I sr acyster. u..a
(peant us .n shame use low. 4 ... as. pr.pr.P. a
use wars .af agrassues. u ar.co 0.* 1,.s
she-1 as, sc, streagener. as Isr she canas..
see posenna..,a wl..eh our ...ma.. ... res..il
sposue.
peaterstshmalookwelliothingr
Instaspeedoniply yete and ca
e of our chosebes is then dail
as to theseenessnesdation of th
easelied sait isisplanguagesodire
anteamprehoolve. I'akesotientiathAheypr
pe tapaspitterpray,
1.,all'hatGodweal&bepleneedtoyourou
hia8pisitaponagandwposaluesh: -


... .- a .3 to .=. n -a. ..r La ense.g.el..s
..- **..- 1- cy .r (.1 .. 3 there) .,,al,
- . mi ... at., .. I ... >..-
rI..) . r- r 21 mi it. .4 -... gr sch
....i si user.-- a*1- -* 1. II. .1.r.prinowatchChurch-
..,,.,oi -...a.e..nety.si.r..a.ir.,u
.is ( I a....I=>.- ... [ s...rar-J..g...sv.-
as I if 1,
Oth. Whenever a ebarge fails to contribute
liberally tothesupportofthe aniuietry st.er ,r.,
Q. C. of the same appoint some eSicient r r..aher
to deliver a leeture n each of the Churches or
said charge, at the close of preaching,
7th. It is not derogatory to ministerial char-
actor to lecture their congregations upon the
necessify of supporting the Gospel, as often as
occasion may require. That it is Weir duty to
preach neermon epon the subject, whenever a
i. .. by is ..r acts manifeet a want of
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REPost on even or ana cataca
The ommit
eonal C tee to whom it referred to
inveaders nod ev 1 as of enre 2
abarges e ree edlinethieconferencebegleave

"L ,, 1 see not he able ... Lear
".. ... dtT pr e

r ( Fi.- I .1 es- L.s r .,,r 14 ra, sq a

au es decide the aspirkyst condition o be
from these statistics, we regret, netwithotoaPoding
largo accessions have been made apon some of
the ch fd o Av Ln pag

to the Divine Life whick it is not only the pran-
lege but the duty of the Church to make, she has
lostgrpnod;retrogreealous havebecomesignal
in her history, and the fearful depletion inber
ranks too truly characterise the lowetate of Zion
today.
When we east about us, seeking to discover
the true e... r I II. > J.el.r... s., we r.r.J sway
wk e r 0 a-=ni .n d. .

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e eonara ul Ire( b 4
republished by Wealey, and observed by the





en ning b be I 6 t 0 h

ad in Crb st a great name shouted, it shall be

h e miho iots I eo sad


el t, shr in owen of 6
bold to take up, f rm to sustain the noneeerated

ut o

1. i I .r .. Ti is i. u .r ad

giant co me of tl d C /ch, as f ten
its practices upon the lives of many of our mem-
*-'' an agreement between Christ
3 . .. ra 4,; pourses 1;> .2 .. sal .IT ..r :
sacrifices at our altars. L*. = & 1.3 ...=;, I
the most prominentofour membersareseen arm
in arm with the wicked one bending their steps

3, y ,/.! io) 16ngde 4 od
la is the sense of this
Conference that anch hydraheaded evile shall
stalk around our alters unrebaked, necondemn.
ed? Shah not that provision of our Discipline
-I II *...s. *I .{ Islyten

firmly enforced to the resening of the Chur
and saving of our people? It is fall time w
wereawake..1,.. Crr..==vi and duk
enjoined. 's - .It no I r. wise ard e s.
hort all our brethren throughout every charge an
the bounds of this Distriot, that they separate
themselves from wine and strong drink; for
.. g, a


I ery-eyedn demon, we would most ea: ass
d to our brethren every where .. r.


on e a 1
this Conference persuadung our brethren
Church to re enter with renewed seal aud* .


re e





Christian character, dishone ing to Christ, and

rui2nn a b pledge our f4th and labors in
ppra no rh bandh p at m man
a





n b uch ch a
blameless


her re = .11,6,,* as mear.J Les thr.I.cry.rievera.and she.ss ps. .. I v., =,al.< *
as, by a true upostake* to tur*n many true. any reat.nen.or.s
them. I.Lastre la Tree.. i,...I bl...I=iers, use
16.1 E walil -<.1 fsh ht.;ers ar.= p.ned4,- ..*,..te aa s.. r. ..rren to es.2.nsor u
'" wt., many .=was ba. mar. hathabily .iss.,s..r. to ILi ...u-r-... .? s i.r...I Kir.qJ..rr.. .
s...s. 4 -7 1 ="**51-1* .IJ ul iIrellorchard marsengersida.-,.I.errrs rarear .nrarses. .
F.nt ar. ph..* -se it.r ---al .
4. "It la, weald p.ar.L r.* all thw. blow 11..0 ful. .. >.'115 II J of d **Fr? *
+ Fr.r .:.1=pr.n..1, w. Uses r--c.2 ..I kn.. 1: r.ca on J..r.. I r*nJ d ..r.eson us.=^ .
5 . .p..r. .. ry game.r s. ronis t.I. rk..uk se rie nn.purusess. =Is .a wr.e la me r **;.,.-4.
c. M.r : rn sw so 1.1 i. 1,- == m ri a (rearious, ..r. I us..Is....If ri a1, a
"=* E i 1 II.e Log of the holy Beriptures which are aide to make as t
in.. c .r pace.. I t...ro- .. p. ,, =;.... unto salvation, and such other books as a
res it .. no.r [,,.., a .won aid us to acquiring a knowledge of them. s
DE II --... Jrd. Thn6 we afootionatelyrequestall the lo- m
eal preachers of the LaGrange District to adopt a
the Bible with reference to its doctrines, our p
i. rouse Du.crlor Meeting. 1.> 5 of Discipline, Raktons Elemense of Di-
p
r, a 11 II II F ..:.is r. .) 1. so 11 .. .5pal.c : ses-s..:s, ae a .
.. ...o....... ...,,1,, ; *,t; _eg a
.- IN ...: fl.- y are a ry full ar.: a stani si., i. I qur..awrip e of, r.r..s in 1
.. 1. .{.11 ... ...r.J..r..' our static. .rs: a- .ca .... .. .. .
1.... ..se.. If I...nawe 4th. Tr a.eir...s is prt.r ...r. us

I .r ..,.r!, ( L z"* a o itinerant b . .. o...r <=f ..- in ..rr> 4.. 1

I.r..s Es wCliol amits.* [.4 rd emirab red jo i re el., are.. .... -, the
=, q, comm well-being of the colored people, and in all en-
pishlish in full. serprases r.1.2.1 in 5 r. .i., I i.,.; .1, .... m.1, e..-1
ON THE BTATE OF THE MROL moml We. .ia vi nor rr. .
The reports from the various charges shOW ON SUPPORTING THE INHIWTIONS OF THE
th the ch in the D.atriet is g rally ima No contribution ab made to obs., r

peek f arich, opiritualharvest being reaped be presented by the Church authorities for the
a
fore toing. The "people of God" are at PM** purpose of advancing the cause of Christ by any s

.. 1 .rlI .ai rail .11* < I, a Method congrega ,rthe a act b
61 .ar to r) me Is tision thus contributed a donation of
I < a Ms. ra. 4 ... she pr.rs on ..... s. +,I mar. cI .rnty, is an error, the egregions folly of
.. tof.n..Iygr., 'ir.ut-a-= urse 1.- =.-er...ry rs, neaper.pr it., rar T i., a R.I..ation to meet all such requisitions,
we I r..s ut. rath; Pad4nn ar. I lord pha:h fr.. IT ar.s adequately, is not only a debt, but it
a a sq -:<2 u ser:- sk.., maracr---preally .-,..JetLufthefiratandhighestdignity-adebt r
's f. ..1, psy, a ..r..i at. sI 4...... Ir. .5, L r<.y not be disregarded, irithout the im- .
. v. 1.; J .us.*-, ..Is war us..IJ r posessurament of the soul and its ultimate death. *


,, O AHATH SUN fe rien be thi Rdu p lY la kn2
trict, there is hereasing seal, manifested in the sub brt of this statement; but God sHoly word, e








rf$ a te\ I na a 2te e bb e. tamanro a
either as teachers or as Bible we robbed thee In tithes and oFeriage Ye
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bans we Are places; and come extreme scarcity of meane and the dillenities of

h
IFiF t I lo th et fo a r
q
o"ltid eAeient, w to do not 0 od I h b )8 Re r rd
eat their blassea punctually and reg larly house, that there may be meat in my house and

sh loul ri Iret en o ei fl wr one on

1. I -r... i. I lead thest pupals to receive it,,

y "kindly, but earnestly urge each church to hen Christ del vlered hotgreat <"I ammal"
P
0 soleinuly agree to was eny &bboth at 10 and, iuT7der that they should a moderstanp that
own place of worship, even when presolnagono" they abound be wholly consecrated to the work
a. FE st of. 1 1 Ilevang as we do, that the to which he called them, he said, "Provide
,al ,, .1 isa ls study, and the rehgious neither pold nor silver nor brass in your purses,
-1 ..I alereto, furnish Selds wide ,, p fan 1 .. : ..rs-, ..,,,i ,- m. ,a,
.. 1. 1 .rs. It ands of af* r. ... .. Is . .. ..... ar.. i. .. .... 2 l
r. r., .returf .f callingon a s.'t ).. Fi. E**rlsT..... F.rily & L*
b
1 .= La nusal pr., as su. on one or Again, in order that th night be understood
a a II. ...rds...I dware .f the Bible, who abould provide that meat and that the t
thus rendering them expert in giving "a reason hearers of the word should provide it, he in-
for the faith that is in them." arruoted them to shake from their feet the dust
C
ON0HURCHJJTERATURR. a e ed b htooni b bsuchprovi n,
The members of the church are aborted to and Gomorrah than for such a city.
furnish their families with "our own literature" Afterwards the spostle Paul writing to the c
-of whichthereisnowagreatsoaroityinmany Romans, speakingof the contribution which t
families. Our Publishing House at Nashville they of Macedonia and Achain had made to the d
ean apply it, and parents are bound to see that poor eminto at Jerusalem, evidently of the num
their children are guarded by good books, ber of those who had preached and answering
against those that corra t the young and lead the description of those beloved brethren whom a
th n 1 a Oda sTan ought to be ed a a peeT(hn lee e h el

family in its patronizing Conferences. And their debtors they are. For if the Gentiles a
*r . Methodkt should keep posted on all the have been made partakers of their spiritual
.. no of the church, in the various depart things, their duty is also to minister unto them
r


adam < ted A vo lea to s ide, r ee
; and they are acting against their own interests, summing the whole taatter up, said, "even so
if they do not make every effort to secure a gen- the Lord ordained that they which preach the


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House. And each member of the Thurch me well ex.

Gr g at eTikatrthees mie athe claim, how can I any am e i t f the
,and for the purpose o unpplying destitutelami to the laborer the meet of which Jesus says he
r I es within he ea hargeareath the 8 b t e I




,.:hi re n me y fmi the abal anyathere isa higher cla upon

th ainstrealpon hi se a Isin tonoT rtic th'J e it ry cause-the interests of the
Hold of labor, ad having been engaged in pur. Sunday Behools-the collections for the Bishops
l anits of a secular nature, it is to be feared that and for superannuated preachers, usually known
e we have suffered ourselves to become too world as the Conference collection, each and all of them




Fnoo Idd e, ehoph m r hto kt rmj dto preSo se thoh ge of otu

0"';; "fx"""";:."I's.:'.dohunMe a hh n snow t rathey c oj aerk in
safer any relation in life, any eiroomstances by contribute, hot also their duty to provoke each
e which we may be surrounded, any aeoular voca- other to good works.
e tloowhatevertointerferewiththodiachargeof Gollections for the Presiding Elders and
t the fearful ohligation of improving the talentour preachers in charge of oircuits and stations are
s Master has committed to us, without hasardius the peculiar work of laymen in our Chureh. If
the bri he and glorious verards of the good and not done by them, it will cos be done as all, for
l [,,;.id. ..r.ants. Itia fearful thoughtthat knonstitudedoestheitinerant present himself
s -ur ,r.I.i fa accomplish good in its broadest to more lovely character, than when he works
s feak-s est.uise the measureof ourpersonaland on and hopes or prays on, under neglect and
1 .r..s. .s...I r-sponsibility to our Lord. 'Woe la with his hears bleeding in secret as the shadow
. .5 1 (rook not the gospel,' said the great of want that rests upon the door sillof the house
d .5 II. ..I it.- 6 -s,;tea, and though Bt. Paul inhabited by his patient wife and his children
s as., b.*-= Uses. *.II. I to $11 a wader sphere of who have the righeto claim at his hands both
r a-an g el... namels... younfaithfulness bread and edneation. It is a shamo upon we all,
. L.u..w J ., hun wit ... ourtainly mour the woe that anob a soone abould ever be presented. We
J n .4p .-sl- = .s=1 should contemplate the fact, however, that such
.s .ill-r . ry ..Ir.ace at the predominating scenes do exist, and do better in the future. If
, e..,r. I st, .0i or., Report closes as follows a the heart be right and right principles he estab.
a- forthas sheep among wolves. True, oar field but little diferencedaspianof defililisadopud
ll of operation may be limited, but our work in -the provision will be adequate A few up
y wolves the destinies of eteraity. L.s =.*, Li.rre ge.ssor.. ar-. noirever, found of value sad them
e fore, be wise, knowing what the *.li ..1 or user ..atalil- J
ct lord inedian we may both eare ourselvesand No plan should be adopted that tender to
o thearthatheareas. destroytheepiritualityoftheCharihorteenase
"Your Committee being deeplyranpressed with ofenee to say, even St.a. 14,. ? *ld .sp .gie
t thegrossimportance-of amoreenlargedseal, Norakoddanyplan6,*r.4..g=-1 d..se.=isem
andghester eilkiencyan the parteof theLeeal wittetheDiscipierie: 4...a.e.2, are ar.ems.---susp








miglig HIII l ia. millg wwmalmil ml la II I II.lil III am ---- -.. ---- -1- a-- ,-- --g@, .,, . a dim
.g '.' BOUTHETAN il ISTIAN VOCATEq Vol..xxt.2bTo.89


.- 1 1 r a y... ... and-id.L. .2-.rrallyr...hbader 4 wirrh u rt. .pm gr eat indub Pr .Infbt .e =i arab hi.u PE *=;efing
peterand, inan key of Tenr. prr.yed far 1,4.11 th me= r. d rest.e..a us..rsa.arr... d:r us..In.ear.t.jeal fabants. rrated-.ol was. ., la LE. r p-1 Ar s,:*.r. 2 L= seds -earnet, who arrah reso'Fam th pace-r.t emph em rF.war asy
each qgholar by inames 1 ..I ..a are.k.* 5 7 eremar.at..ans addrur.mfoss...nes. and us. Irae I.a. r. Ik musing rnDale 1, rt. "T=ai ral twelicD* 4 ... Ir ,. a r. I ard or 1, .* 1-* I athat )ur .1er.udL 3..} we II, r aff lb hat Lhal Start hea*For me a teenny saw a pa ass. Eg re
onqof herelassy day nes I James and .5 m.1,ry.>f hearnessetJro..J.u-u- -r=(-rar c.1e..w).dorwartrarrawer.co..I.ar.newooll:.f t..comer .. q, ,,. ..,ig ..> :-.v.ur and .1 "*" he .rt ,, ,, .. Idest,-u. ages.s ..your ther,.mar-r.
vt beg nug re b with faith, th**torm would soon be stilled, peace was mortal: It meet have produced a profound ..ir I I n . is I,, a r .. to r r n .. r Weirp age s as
ra ..t wpold shine forth from the otoad, and the rain, impression on the hearers. :3 .t .1= r 1 .. | em 4 as ..1 int.s r... d.eir pea d a.*
bower promise would again span the heavens. After a while the Rev J A. Clark et . re r. c no .. sP P.Januranigthist
God wall be on our side, when we are all on his PAcivic METHODIST COLoses, Yacaville, along full of the idea of do ag the endowzr rt .,,. , la 3 son 5* 1st) reson.J l., a .9
an 'll balair. ..I .herefore elet pray''-let as as pray. tain monty, editor la, tion which stituti n led amba n t in e ft th I ./. or \ < I r I / s .. 1 4 6 I so r.e .1

as we learn from the last estalogue, a Sourishing seem twlo thousaul dollei 0 ul /
.,wis shot aWe Cannot Get to Church." Institution. It is situated in a beautiful and thousand dollars, and .r .. Ii the last be' | not "down" at my bidding! Does God regard it a so a.,ri inw P -u as r sw de

Many, perhaps, will be unier the painful ne. healthy region, about 85 miles from Baeramento fow a s'morywo ings that I wlan e libe at these things ? Then may He have meroy upon .r is .. us <,. ... ..4..r- sea
.Fl US PRAY cessityof saying this on Friday, the 16th An city. It has both sexes among its pupils; and much to see. The Agent's views were met and But there are some @incidentabi and pastoral 1 R ports sun to p. a. . sep a he -- u
gust-the daywl the General Church Fast.- our old Georgin friend, Rev. J. C. Simmons, is every thing move on most hopefully exquisite" to be put down to our credit- to cardinal in f a si be I asks
.- a call to L to th which th Professor of English Literature. On the rolls Bishop Pierce, in your p per, says the war H hen the preachef came to see us, *: a I .. 4 [are I v ult

.r eb 5 who on- n e he profit, i cam ninwith theirTrmt of the last year, there were 128 m an 81 ad its isast a lost one he led thousa d drd to best bed in the Muse;a Ae ode a. the b

. "t wb do of e e km) us d pawn ht a ad t se me o

.r. . .. M., to reading the riptures, meditation and friend, DroT., will give it a new impetus for- braM The onl5discoun enceyour, 11 i. I as a meatbuir so ... st. r
r.... ,tr...I = p . .ne 1-=}.. This may be done privately; or where I nis wife and children. Mr z. In me a .sir was a
ra4 bl ,-see re, =.11 ru prr.s .*, there may be no public service in the nqighbor Tu Souruman ConsivAvon.-The August .9z .... I ..ned no outlineof the sing, The I L soor 161 c.; abs em set I ha -
I ..rm... . g, ,r .r rI re my hood, the family may be called together, and unmbef or this valuable agricultural paper, an- one shove" Mr. Editor, I - .1 history of our deaHugs with our "a sale..grearraean.. mm
c. . to a e. as 11.- to.- an d aueli service held as dreamstanoes may suggest ounces tho lamented death of one of its editors, me down for one who willel ove va palsto e" at oalat e of Mr. Editor;- Permit, me FI 5. do rer name of k.. .. .....5,.: m..r.4., uses.
en., ... re rt.- .ru .....assist it me ... an.; The point to be observed is, that the day be Mr. W. N. White, and also that Dr. James JAs. M Custmas I.. . ..s D r... er so- N. I ;... rps..o in your mme oneellent y . J 1 1... ** he sweans it .vw. a <>.1 a run.=> *Laws
such hele this calYto prayer with little or no really observed-universally observed, as a Camak of Athens will occupy the position of Columbus, August 2nd, 1867 .. al. .I. r r .1 = .. will tend to ..2 1, .0 si. I un t. r '.... antil 1 .rf war a.
.1.& .=* r.- .... -. :. : .. rees nor, ..-,1 prove church Fast; nod that not merely by abstinence associate editor with Mr. D. Redulond. The --- ,. ... .1 w- it 1 LI i -n, I 1. I i tm aws sa\ "'stus a L
.3 as a- 1 -i ra from food, but by such devotions and supplies Cultivator is doug a good work for the South, Dr. .3ffers:- Set me down as one of the ,3 . g es ( ap# also" not lvok for interesting I .4 an .mar.-rPoi M In- sus ha *
and .. I. I ..- 1l.... m.va. it.*... r tions as shall bring upon the church and every 500. It will do, sir, it will do. But we must 1. ( -sing ta riphca II I have no doulRd it 4 --iair..,r / .ar, est ... .f ri 11)
prayer-or else it is formal, unblessed, knee and member of in Pentecostal blessings. What a sti 1 a bmto a 1 ma e Emory what she , in n, ty sup- 1,... ri I I 4 emg r . .ul .. II. s*e = p* L r "' hp service-makisifinr earnest supplication, thrilling thought ouglit it be to every member New Advertisements. ought to be Y port the cht -. . ....r, rI . .1 .- 1 I lac p El a .651. .nia.-s.esus ug= Did.Thard
bringing no dbine blessing Coming into of our church, that all his fellow-members are 31E88Rs. TOMMEY STEWAT, IIndware bu t.* r tions"-dem n .. ".. ,, ,, .5 p.,H. I Np,, b.4
c. ., n, r I non. = el cr-:-' 'e:-d in special prayer to God with fasting Merehants of Atlanta, beside the ordinary assort- ---- God's altar 1 .. . r 1 I* La s: a shi.. bar c.e re ourkinental 1...,
r a , ....Is .. .. =.1 us.., p. .as huntiliation fors generalrevivalof religion ment in their line, are agents forseverallabor. We join Bishop Pieree in the pledge above 70 ative rr ...r.. -t . . e .. r .. i. -. ars-e. Fr..f.*,d .. s.. sa.... I n, .4
c or 1. --.. .1 tas v. ... r...s .cal gracious blessings upon the church. saving machines, which our people now need, made, and would urge its general circulation, r . I rt. app aw. man ease on, a 1... al ..dare
areet, lookingallaround them trotingoveryone - Wp hope they will have large sales-especially throughout the Conferences inte.eated in the to a are f the busine n .: r I at-k- G .rn.4,

r . .is ( 1. I The Power of Love to Christ. to oSetr8ee a ed Rev v jePress,_.. existe ce and work of Emory Co co mbus, Ga. If olf e o et /va e the ash a 1 led as
The vital and operative principle of an acqui H. II. Myers, Mneon, Ga. . . .. 4. T. 1 .. .... ci er as And win nr tr.o
P et -as acr? eitiveand expanding Christian experience and Esnor3 College J. E.Evans, Columbus, Ga. I ', ..., -- u.i n, .9 ki e
ea no t as t life, is lovetoGod-supreme love toonr Saviour J GRAY, Basiar. & HUGHES have entered ut0 sith a ,.. eu od bless the r b i ad lu af .4 0-&< 1 r,



...r. 11 whetrulyprayardesiree, ardently every other attribute, of whatever name or force patronage. W. H Mitehell, Macon Ga ., : I 1. --:. 1. J : la 1. 1 ...... Its nt. a- au, ... .f .. re no
re sis and brings all into willing captivity to the law of W. F. Robison, Macon, Os. . r ... 1.1 1 . .. .. ,, la .. *, I gi.gr .L c -
I ., 1,.. His desires Christ. It exerts its governing power on every Tax Anar House, Columbus, Ga, has E. Sadsbury, M a. I ; i. he promise of His commug- a It. I . I as her ever 1 e... ,, 4,,, wt Alassi
ar t .. ca ad al- ,Los his religi- motive, desire, imagination, volition, word and fallen igto the capable hands of our former J.Blakely Smith, I . .il 1 II glory, for the strife is hard. ed, and was a season of peculiar interest, E .:.,4 .. oil ** = -so ranut 4
.s=r ...... r I res. Is appreciated aer, audibrings all isite correspondenoo with the Nashville host, Col. Acton Young, and we trust James M. Chambers, Columbus, so ,,,. . .] . ., 1, 44,- 1,. E i. I -. L .,- i .rs, 4 F I .r... rbr.11 R

eTim it Rd I 1, that, or will of Heavels. he public will put him to time test as co whether Nath Barnett, Mille evil a 1 d'bo b ined wth 4 w I r .el r
It was a love of God superior to the unlicita e straitened till it be accomplished r / ...e el 5,. J. re sh
subject foointemp tion he thhedan un or tior of we idly ambition ad the infinencelof doubts on that subject. ___ Yours in bonds, Jons Tarom / I .. 1 4 / .as e...:.aus .ah e6rm r


a w. le . /rra,-to hit tdelsires time Mose to renouir no tweaname unpowerthrone of Va hi 4 r n' (Offt$ ORittiff. Goetanaula, July 1867. on want to c new so rs to embark for tr wd. ...si was ka
righteousness. And so, in whatever state he Ia Pharaoh, asidesponse thecauseandobligations has an able Faenityof ten Professors and Teach. I have a compaalon who Es d a* 3 ,,, J r. br*rter H.v. 11.. panr
is, is nrnst be felt at one wherelo divine add or of his brethren. It was this divine principle, in era, Graduates of the University ofVarginia, Va. LETTER FROM TEE GOUNTRY Deala Distriot Hoeting, )'la Conference . q r I . ...r, . 1 4 5 m
relief is eaed, thathemaybe unstable inritl b eee son pa ni teeed tobeo :CO t AC Ilistoryof aNotethdwentioProtest el daE ,5hueneO tshD itt bmeP r r r It |,,5,

love, to prepare the protoiseof hiaold age and town of8taisnton. Itstermeareveryreasonable. Mr. Editor:-T s .. . I 18, in thechair Thevariouscommittees 1 . ,,q .. so sex, rd
b diequieted th n. d ". .....1 a1 0.- 1 -. the only son of the wife of his youth and his Altogether this Institution has high claims to over-daelnote @ th ploss of I was referred the busined Ithe et . h c. new f r .
This being true we may give a reason why pilgrimage, for the knife and the altar of fare. It public confidence. See advertisement H acid s God regar in cannee 1 Cor =; we c ,ant once, evinced 1. BI I r a de .

a ,: Ir .} a su ed Jmb, an r a lo la iodiecaby Breans' Passr Fauzz.PRESERVINo SoLU- 014, ahadeMaL id 8 o t\dutdhedroubt is, eiro ee tia of tThe interested and ece i .1 .i r I




godliness. Put to sleep by worldly care or danceoffriendshiptheaffectionufhiswifeand LAGRANGE FEMALE COLLEGE.-See adver- tory of the afair is somewhat curious. The spe r.r r J. op 3.Lo else3 o
pleasure or sorrow, they do not enter into that the support of health. It was the same un- tisement of opening 1st Wednesday in Septem- gentleman who holds our "paper" is singularly eg at . .. a.5 ru IL. A d.cy4
severe examinatipsiof self, that frill iay open all danated and triumphant praneaple, that moved her. credulous or singularly leanent. It may be, he ints r, r . I puac. st & p.au,
their hidden thoughts, feelings and principlesto ni tahned an gb, enset fetj s WIncox a Grans' SEWING MACHINE.-We a experience d ii a banking matters, or r. ..1, a d., a pl 5
their own searching seratiny, and they do not Id call attention to advert ot. This up to it all **. -t it < s* .: 1 an ... -u. a .r ... he erfliseden. e ann.a
realize h 0 their a ul isco t ,re tmor a bes I a e iE en t a lithe nhine has been used in our I eelmld, wids a ren 6 itd r annot strand he a 3 c r. yNg ar 2 to

they ought to have instant deliverance. Not and inspiration, proudly to support the hero, approval. It is of rare simplicity-easily man- brotherhood is notoriouslyranskiliful in finances . r a tr . -lab r.Ii rhs laull-plbts a
knowing that the need a aba of sea confessors and martyrs of the kingdom of our aged by anybody. -although I confess m elf unable to account .. q II 1.. n had. are as or 4.mashis
y age to, they I.ordJena for thesurprising fact, 0 this same brother- a ( & d' .,,,i ,,,,,.4,,,4,,
feel no desire Mr it, and, therefore, cannot enter "' hood manages to keep i elf out of the "poor lef the Meeting was in progress, with interest it.su. sp
2 rr.0- pr s=r EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION. house I ng. to F. . rr.that
Will not the "week of prayer" nowapproseh- WOPPORD COLLEGE. 500 NAMEB WANTED. et atnc stude the Differential ne DELEGATES TO THE ANNUAU CONFER- 6 p it

p e or e semToe earn from the an ouncemen of thede and es a w 01 name ad poadt-o coe. Allowing ci ri o] rob e th lui t y on r e I d God is I n r.r


the al ed fro qi; alue ra ". n,. Ioutgnes e afor those wh a now castianr los n aIde Adisastems,1E ry Collegedinu' of heetdhen i n neared e nea le itnhe vills is the seat of the next T .. in ch day Ir .
their he pour considering the question of where it shall be ment. Comparatively little is lef t, and that of members of the ME C, 8 in the blank n reting 1 re re J., man. -- a rr


the secret of yogr own soyl's want, nor pured excellent Institution. Such it is, beyond anJ connery alike demand it We cannot niford to interest" Daly signed by our "attorneys" the A resolution requiring the preachers of this - si r ones are y
out on for cut yetition before God, what must dooW as we have said recently with respect to a tahno F ulty rhanp at ,bm r la o nStewarde"n arolo blenessa e inc h ree b ote tp doo gta a Re la 1 F j 4
you gious sta Emery College, is equally applicable to Woford brary-repairs are needed-a contingent fund place This levy of S600 upon 600 "members, adopted favok ith ar I gr*y regree the go.sa
anue wk pa you li>*grave. College. The former is essential to the highest Asanecessonnre .co ge nd kepsal2hese---ave mu .. ,,- _, . res em ana soe ilrequesti theo aho at th next circu 4. The good ork n a 5 rp ft r.T 13 *u


111 oF ru pm mhe it we kb. 3 rd! I thekGeoc mCon se nW for 16 a 1 as plan: I will not ask for hun- usabnedter t sitjealiidadi ntois zovbzzhvii.t aritan ebhi ep opolo visitationsa t o r .. ty .. . .
as lege, or suffer inealculable loss. We hope to -dreds or thousando-not now, perhaps never New Covenant inculcates less liberality than did published in the S. C. Advocate ,, ,4,. 1 tr ri e Tr r r ri
and that he is a rewarded of such as diligently see a great revival of Methodistie seal and lib- I do not want your capital; you ean keep it the old ? I was very happy to find a colored Babbath cation for membership. .r .ft .... A.
seek him" The Christian's feeling should ber erality in behalf of both Institutions, until they I could not savest is satisfactorily if I had in You have had an account of our failure to school at Oeala, under the care of one of our ..s .. 3 I.s.

pe tshai n er appeals to G dbin nain---thHteens? all be simply endowed, and their halls Alled ne to r 1 no turn an 0 na 0 t ens .1 . s. I erechol rr8ea i to w/si rate c .
not see it-,hear st--feel IRbut yet it is-and pup an Erroowman Assonarrow, have a Presi- ab security, talking tifu10 swI foSr rree t rs onu a me a h lin Thp Church in East Tensuspee, unk .*1[ r
it will diffuse reself through his life, and Tite EMORY COLLEGE. nt rSecretary and Treasurer, meet senhantally at deed (See "Fable of the good mule that portent features of the various r orta-that on The reports of the Rogereville District show an exception in rk... ig
I ent dev, make his hea ruitfulr it From he announcement in thielweek a paper, comte n3ae e ,be2 o a he Co e a oi ecno nI to 11 1 e ed ithedChure exceptehawhichp a y p a 'dennd more as rous u our ch re id me..


A ft ki f 1, w Iv bu g f work on Wednesday, 21st August. A private .lousata to y annaural Rev. Goodheart Faithf look d appointed Yours fraternally, erris was dte erred from ming tp e renit for dausages by ar s. r f or
in tiretish and precious promises of God's word, letter from Dr. L. M. Smith gives so eneourag- he accept th a proposition send their names to but d not eomplain.11 elYe had "raised" little, JAs. O. A. BPARKs, Sec. Con. i. I with good 2 r
whidb proMrses we should study and understand inga report of the prospects of the Institution, me at Sparta, or to Dr. E. H. Mbeers, at Maeon. ,. ing a on alma redit upon the note, but I, .... M
agd embrace, until they shall be to as as living to to le, n e atdomr emie so 11 N emony wibl leharaked for fore Januam . .. The LaGrange Distriot Meeting da sl f/ r.

gs k need 'eI by the Loviing Father to his pleasedite hear that its fuDure8daily grows more animmally, or annually as his ownCea nienchee 8 I t had olihe jt artery RI E LaG en al)iaict dicete in /. ... am
e- Aye, this is an hour for pray op promseIng writes plan will developed itself-the details will be We were the more wi li to make of its proceedings, as to . r .
Nashtop I (ilpa and his mercy are sure. "The prospects of the College are encourage. settled when we organise the Association of extra and prompt effour, since the 6 M the writer, conduce to of a local pre cher led onel c 1 An 7 r u..uk ae






soon hold high carnival. Men of peace, men "The t full of erit-e I r. will n, thm But it was understood among us that during And for this eneouragangindication of a deepea- not be a union! Ir >.. was. 1. w.r ... re .- F war his.r
who want no contests, who would live and let of 4hema a breatenedpwith 4 nea n Advoobly6 report progress agh the present qngter-as our crops are laid by, ing, widening, general interest in the affairs, It was a relief to hear ofat least two of 0 -si 1 w tus I .Is e ... -,4 Lisre
live, may soon see eirery pleasant dihiganatched but I have an abiding faith than Emory College Friends and brethren, if you do not nah to ,and we have a mind to goto meeting--he should both spiritual and temporal, of "Our Church," preachers who discountenanced these sw. 1.*--= = r-sus miser.r a .) not
away from them. But God Telges, and there will earrive the ordeal, through whiob, in com. my aide, I shall be compelled to worr you with lay himself ont" conduebug eight or ten we feel largely indebted to the earness labors of one' aids to the 1 1 .1 i 1 it a... .... ... I -r *. I .s .. she her..t. ..
sushcome a and to the rule, if not the rage, of anon kball othr I tuti ad satithe land, R is line upon line. Be warned, andGm PIR E 2 st untti s." one We notes go our dicee hatal devoted Pr idi lildieor R. e. ,, .3 I r r at de ....... ., .or1, ,rr or

land men. as a people, a shareb in this peediar--and as David said of Goliath's sword, Sunshine, 22d July, 1867. In connection with this plea of poverty and operation of his faithful corps of itinerant min- y i.7 is whfeh were barely acces r pl run r...i-- re Kn so.irs. wre
bought by the blood of his Sou. Some 'there is mone like it.' It is a necessity of "unsold wheat," I may mention an incident re- saters. ., ** ago are reported the scene o .1 8 ar -r sl- 4.t a or d.I.
will *(eg is and call us a bastard people-but Churob and State; and hence my trust is strong Brother Myers:- I have seen in the Advo- ported from another circuit One church sent Our beloved Bishop Pierce was present-pre full congregations and of revivals. Coming I as sh.... prelighey ah him:
we-they who have the sensible tokens of his that the same guiding and controlling Provi- cate, the pro position for an Endowment Asso. up a few dollars and many exeuses, yet in the sidsag in the council and ministermg in the a chapel near J-, the preacher founditsbut, You ha.. 1. ..... i.... Ti.. .. ,,.gy,.s
ese-know that he has here a peoph whou den which has carriaendd t or y gaear et steemfutuo7a a a rulor n ada rhei p r b nTtnh e too the codification oer th- t o h our r ier ad2a rdqply
seas in the past, will continue its guardian and least have no superior in the common fseld of ging rations and the preachers went unpaid I It at were to attendance upon each h -r . .. . v., -,.r ha .. we . ..i r r. ... Fi. :- ..1,= ru .1
.. L. .. .... preserving care in this deL r.. 1. .f the coun- collegiate competition. Is reported a so that this section za "burning up vice. The Bish p's exposition and as n, ,, a .. a .. .. .. I est--..I sq.v...*.1 L,.s t.- .r

erey sen8 ai in hi() istia coTh concern is a wise ne-the immed eret ab sie hin a 3 a ele ny ca. of sheerjiptural runt, and cerine fess j e tshuch nonethisputd 6 mysterious, h dden power that : e 1. -14,. .}r. e v
't =* people 0 J risi onal rd.s trial withlhis moneyha oP ere nI esire the morningdaos p amyo r e tihdealls chapter ut. 9 2/teomo r repeated failures to F dmes aes fbeil8 k a le thee thT ne eda 1 o e 4 4 I ji o a ] ar j 3e bl ran- an shu-..s.4
. u. 1..- k..a 3 the art r.. As 5.11 p..s. ..r faith can command money and any other in- coming in, at the tail endas it Ihad been hold make payment, there are some strange circum. cal, pure-ancontamenatedby the drose of wo-li = I I 1, Ia . .,4.1 .. .s .1 "We had r,. .. 4 3 .. .r *, ns, no II.. th e r so
away; sad the lia(rning witt break- by sa# by. strumentality that may be needed for the ac. ing of to see if the if0 could not be gotten stances that ought to be mentioned "for the ly ph losophy, bearing the signet of the crost .. . :1 0 r = : so open door they could approdit, ifJesses known tothere,
Ct notawa therefore, yofaroonfedeseewhieh adp byd balus eenth p7knian which we widoat me.d Ido want the Assoelation to d whatoew so to 8ehvenralof the agents--calid is o h e tdaPI alfinthotth A certai\i Jaidge was repdited as declaring on B6Mia on rdai I ei n as

.1 ...:'"..4$.'": P.T" ""i'".'cZ,:".nd no Un MA de c o .nu ab no so j do Ms baust ,t a so fa on dain a 1 r{o of rG uretdhe anin of too ee lon tMs{ ei n Mh enfur I es kingd ou ra ..vntsar a run.ree no < gr. y
rd f .7 the premalie. Fpr promote its increased elliciency. In regard to of my confidence in Emor College and of my searcetimes hard"-etidomne. Dear, patient ten, were the labors of his
2 shall shall come alapy of my plans, I amLvqukeabope8ul of swo- y e mmyg Fes o til at e da tge b vtasd oa(th nat@d on 4 assine e t ri ey hapace ifdeibel theyt .ah erre 11 br I.ua .r. Let Tain..s ir Say.
., e m. s... d dIs lo yth tA whdenh a in r wn n ir A d 6 egfuja ne la" num lypum hbin rr y e
c . .. I r r. r- = f tM gimes. l'rns LATE Omar JUSTICE LUMPKIN.-We the roll, but the poorest- or the war left me 81 and store keeplag and doctoring, they are per. columns of the 8 C Advocate the sermon de- qualises of loyal ired .Losses als- a sites an urier is Meg alrge 4
jGhe just shall live by (sish;" let literercise it, have received from the publishers, J. W. years old without a dollar in the world, except ket models of energy, and can put any lawyer livered to us on "Divine Providence." thetchelves" The P ..,n n ... ,3 .[,. }.. u.af .0 mira. laws rf Mghw,,1,ag. ages
and our life may be ensure amid every storm. Burke & Co., a *Discourse delivered a the my claim on the Church--yet I must be one to shame in their zeal .ar ] ,, it I TTuler the guidance and direction of our Pro. his Honor if he had .. -5 I ih *I.-r =*he pr*-., are J feart.au .rdissooes, and as
The best heourity for ourselves is to be found in cession of the in of the Endowment beecelation. Please enter debts due themselves. =,7, .. ,*,- I .r... I I s...: officer, every interest of the church was plied that he had n a a 5 in. n=a.r .....or pewer a.d easehour, and or*Passes,
prayer; theLe=t pure for the disorders *( serment of Chief Justice mynameon yourlistpick. Don's let me be ting Soelety: How is si. a l.,... .. is a rip;reviewedfreeil --......I ,rd .. J.. **1 '"' L '' .. 2 F to r., Itof I.remir-n a dsmorners.m Lear.ne no aBear
the Joseph Henry Lumphio, Athens, Ga., Jou? among the last, It is a pooltion I don't like in vasson to be accounted .,; no ,. . I r .. .r;il I, a. I us. as,- .,-2 wr4 e= ..r.. He ...s u s.. t ** Mr n r .ia r.-ser Ir g= r.ed ser.,m., riv uponsed a solume
countryimprayer;prn.. =bil.ul.0tyst.ore Mr..IA....EFA.A.LipscombD.D.,Chan-agoodeense. Iamyours, induceorjanifyamaninacceptingtheollica< li-[:.:...-[ *i.el,--1..*,=:.-.. or2.ar.-Is..1--=---=1 atrue.r.I.-;-y1 Os...p.npist...Ae "
high prongjees oE God, wi :*. close r.i. e..ver esRur al ar.e University of Georgia.'' This L. PIEECE. a stdward, if ?. i r,. al er a l, I I r..a.eh ]aw, prompt tr .. v f the .o., ri .. -. .. ane .g. s r = or a ass r..a-usager Ibs. nee=m.a tc hev ..
e1gnrule ovet nationganddeolare that"ev6n Christina of eastward? A.,- ,.. s...b as il: al l -rr- atsuggestionsettr. r.- r--s.r-1.art..r.v.e. 91:.1 i r- a **** i n. *nc.,** Ns ake.e.h r..us.. r..ps. and- v.
the wristh of man shall praise him." Th his Wortle memorial ofa great and good mad is [Thank you, Doctor. By universal eonaeat, to the Quarterif =. =.. r .. .1, -,:.-user elliciency to 9 a-,r ..s; E.r.E. .r.r I r,-1 ?. .. .. .Jr -= 0 rr., rI .1. ( .r..1 the crosses.. ofu.ame el Ibyssly Land-seeking to do and efffer his will- y of the team. It is a delicate analysis of your name shall be phoed at the head of the What good e-....- .1 '" >.. t -. ....t .. . .. a local-cohesire ... m: 2 r. . .. FI rk i-r- .. 2 v .vi Is a ... .2 r .-, no y <.many wis enancer sa,* m .. as asses t*= anna,
hi with all the h -loving the intelless and thaperament of Judge Latisp. list of those who second Bishop Pierce's prope. continusag, year after year, tonominatesfer this membership-and so to intabus- a .a .hr- a ft-re . e-* ** c ....r .. -, .... .r,-,. am. Lawn 1'n ar. en v. .4 our thrust 4 I
cart, aRehiqga abill work to. him, sad eatil forth promindiatly the striking sition; as I know that you were one of the feet her-or.= 11< di s... r. ur. ...- err e s, ly 4 I .,s of "Our Zion" as to develop her to see it. I need not state whstore the Churek have met alreasitDistriot 35eesings, and* Aley
g3 r for our good. If all men in.our trosibled pointeof hieraligiouslifeandaharacter. It is the to ex al of the when de- 6.'...ar.els ...2 to. .1 . 4,... .. ... ...,c., .,,..gies and warshal -s?' her f. re... Fr .=.1,,.; ... C ri .. i-i 7.. i.-- make rip a valuable portion of onewpm hig
land, gould leave off their codesitions theispo- work ofone who k a press your appror plan, 1. .s e. I .r. sa.- penar ..s .2 ...2 is ... sL e.. J.g isshment of the gross was r, wi... .1 la o* In ar.-,s (, .1 ex- abeir senti secession and govepossessetourt i
near 11, and s&ntired, and veloped E II. ll:] a-w 7 s. =rmal, = a 2..... -, as..a ll .1 . 1 II ..-< in assigned her-th I ashus..... I e... 2... Ida av to one ( ear roost agenessfyl unitupeachel. Est what of dust I. ..tiges noth










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ing with loyal Conferenee od is, and a 2 om la.


e by ea p on a arce f b so ppeal othemoratenessorsonanderaenoversoj repl o which heisay t pes for the rui n ann on IIE FA gib allege
< "b esto satinoy la les gi . .1, e. si angels. TheC in ad thatarst no *...
favorisinfall. Ti.e.scurrespur.3.. ..u.. . .....,,Iwereridicu ingand. siterviewherween
the Northeta la oJ ..g., .. ., .r ..* .. ,a I,. for the Assembly to assume prosperst 1 st a *1 Prusefa, to take /
vokes griading areasures. They lend them that they were the true and lawful Presbytery bered upwards or nu; now usere are only ad place after the visit of the former to Vienna .

se lu r 4 ibroon I ekdoubtleps j a ordere' an sreceivebonedtheirnnum r on dl)tedC its ti onae months past, assisted Tie place of meeting has not yet been designs- . r
p w...= ... p sits .>.- r *Wat is lu harmony with its proceedings tonehing the by brother J. C. Ley, and as a result 16 were London --** 1 I to ..
.. **,9 -c 1- = conservative Presbyteries of Kentucky and Mia added to the Church. The Church is rich in day from .1 I .1 1 is a the *
a a ...gt so sourt. faith and patient endurance in their extreme Greek Government has announced itsdetermina- .. F
r en.. ar. I was. .,, 2 I ---- poverty. Many of them are hving from 1 ---

rf I.ant rn-ur., it.,/ nibs rt Annis.h ySane of ouerdqorreshponden .ie ord fror (12 mic/ H on the Island so t KN LEDGMENI'8, as r .
p****** 5 1 *** nine ting mannuvres of Puseyites and paptats, who obtained from that good man, Dr. McAnally, I time. Great railitar From July alst to August Sun.
*.hI rw 1 r, a as, J ...... . .1- and resort to almost any methods for the purpc : Mo. Our parsonage is in a very nations are bi made y pro ,, .
r-r. t F-ed...asy [*,.g..-e s.v.r .ls . I do ( me. To meet such .. II = 3 condition and about to tumble down. ng ,,
their I i. .. r R. aca..h., l*-, a 3 .. I put up in two several einking down every day, and should I um
the ] a ..1.. ur..sr Isr-i L -- I r., 1.. . .. eents each, marked "Pack. wind blow, it may bury the preacher and to * *
gret. 's. F 14-1 to I at is: ar.; ,-1, ni Series"-which is devoted family under its ruins. . . . .
which their conditional loyalty has been nar- j to the arrogant claims of fligh-Churchmen, and The Church building also greatly needs re- Mexican News.
rowekdole-tas a *4 I. ..,: .1 1 I Packo a No. 3, Anti-Romanist Series." These =*.1 .1 .r , 1 ... J. ] .0 at osus ovw 8, -

ofdheador and; .=*r s.. s wr es a la on q .. j m na of rm teersP qe a 0 lebd d lay, r re if .ni ..*, . I by Net OJeans, least 5---(ty an arrival from . ^ugo-or say so.Trustees Collinsw Pth astitutes
5 .. It 1 / n T i Tennesco is and it is beheved better, more trenchant, con. We require about one thousand dollars, and aa . .. 3 ., re n ,, in Mr the IVesleyan FelHale Institute, TALB6TTON GA.
is 1-= Idr earns = II .. -.ss r four tray. else, and eatisfactory treatises on the subjects these people here cannot raise any portion of the City of Mexico, it is said, to demand the person
II **; mbers they discussed cannot be found. Those who wish amountjuel speak from wl at I know and deeply of Santa Anna, and also endeavor to persuade BTAUNTON, VA ALL TERM BEG 0,< er rn rest
vtum ] v. nary appro- larger works on the controversies in question sympath the Liberds to dehrer up Maximilian's body FITHE COLLEGE OF THE BALTIMORE
paintions, and their IIolaton Contevenee should procure "Edgar's Variations of Pope. Now the pl Ia I . .. I Let every -The Austrian steamer Elizabeth, lying at " <- .1
fades from the say. TI sr., -,,, .,2 .u, = .il ry," $2.00; "Powell on Snocession," 81.25; subscriber of the Advocate send me a contribn- Snorificios, is takingen ? .. -- -- ; o at rushed on i rai to are student. or
E- Amer. vi T T= ..i ... A pr a 1. I ,... . I pery," 600.3 Will tion, be it ever so small. From the wealthy I An American and a = .-.r at Collection for Bishops. * .*,
c.= .t = .uk I ,,.... c.,_ ,,,,,g 4,, a 1 ; Apostolie Succes. hope to receive one dollar, but I will not lim 1. r T. 1 1.1, her only sported.... e ? -
fli, ....e. .2**. .on qf girit arid usage.- don," two vols, price 75 and 50e. Our Tracts them in the amount. They may send more 2 .. . ,, I .. a , , pmonear., J Estakely main.....
H -- .r. a .,. = .* stations or cirqqite spriy be on these subjects should be scattered broadcast they wish, and from others in more moderat- .. the Cap-
kept up; htit-eject theth front our parsoninges over the land.-Nashville Christian Advocate, circumstances fifty cents, and even down to ten tain of the Austrian steamer Elizabeth, states Total .Too 8 Emery and Henry Collegep
as a 1.1 1 as r it ,,i out 017 the flow eents; but let each subscriber send me a dona- that up to that time the Mexicans refused to
... ... I ar,...t.. as lit dwindles into Da McFERRIN.-We had the pleasure last tion. Preachers in their charges, Sunday school deliver up the corpse of Maximilian. No cause P 8 -Als forDelicieneyof Bish ad r WA8HINGTON CO, VA.
insigniAcance. week (says the Nashville Christian Advocate), Superintendents, teachers and Sunday-school b aernori for the refusal. The Elizabeth otson a carown., as on
Our pastors there are doing a good work- of a visit from the Secretary of the Board of scholars will all receive the prayers of the pastor use r ', ., . 3 =1 The UR PALL SESSION BEGINS ON THE
laborlousdevotedaelfeaerificing. They are Domestic Missions. The Doctor has been andoongregationfortheireforts. Wearetruly Captainhad- ColumbusDistrick agow3 e on ,,,,
preaching a pure go*=pel; and the Lord gives spending a short time at Tallahoma, Manches. needy and must look abroad for aid. Galveston, .An mt h-4 wo.,marfrom it>..
hietesitimony to the word ca .. Ihey ter, and Hurricane Springs. He speaks in high I know that all the hberal and charitable states that Ju . LaGrange Female College, e. ,"', g.r. ,- ..
have not the spirit of fear, I of and grateful terms of the kindnesses he has re Methodists are not dead yet. "The Lord loveth on the 15th i a -
1 -. as r .. ...alari T r..ve fond more ceived from his numerous friends at those a cheerful giver." Mexico, fight * LAGRANGE, GA. -a a
y ...- 4. ** .- r (. rI 6 .. to an entrance points, and of the rivaled excellence of the Yours in Christ, any one, you have preserved the liberty of your HE EXERCISES OF THIS INSTITU-
,q,,n rs. e-.r... w-, in--. .1. -r, .e. Our mem- medicine waters. His health, we are glad to C H. BERNHEIM, Pator- country, and have not compromised the inde., ------ .. -- 6
1,... us .1 e. rm t. us a = >.ar ever. Tried, say, is considerably insproved; and we have P. S.-Please acknowledge the following do- a I . ni Republic or the Charleston Distric
defamed, threatened, all but destroyed, they ( .. 1 5 1, .. . . .. . no .. ,; 5 2 nations: Phe election for q was mouse en so BER LIN
La r 1 II. ines Their kepts are with us, i. .. *I la r,- .. . .=' ri Col. in Tallahassee 31. E. Church, $29 00. I 5 mediately. in ... ,, so so

as 1 3* e.> positiio .si u us respond ee a twell a preaching itti Mrs. S EC annah, 40 8 . : 1 Ir es.cot ,, :., . . a run. American Female Institute,
It at s. -I .,' item who bring while longer. He hopes to be in the field again bedo and others, commanding Londos' fo .1, m: Martha Washingtoga College* BERLIN, PRUSSIA.
t.... cr a n.I..r. . ? before the Conferences begin their sessions. We refuse to recognize Juares. ,, * an a Anxwanow, va.
II. N. McTrain. c attention to his communication in another Missionary Collections. NDEtR THE PATF NAGE 1F THE HIS INSTITUTION IS NOW IN SUC-
c ma Rev. and Dear Brethren: The Conference BROORS, . r .
season is rapidly approaching. Have you taken NEWS ITEMS. , ,
"I'KE WEEK OF PRAYER. Utsuor KAVANAUou and wife, with Rev. your collections for Foreign and Domestie Mis -NEw Oursues July 30.-Gen. Sherida PATENT IRON COTTON & IIAY SCREW .
We we thred says the Nashville Christian to 0 to muy and ISa ily say the Spectato si s? If n t, pleased adenoa ager. The has issued an order stating that a careful con


in r t... 1 s., dur.r a)ctpa5 u s9p50 or act oe andjipOregeo be a r o a dned9 1 15 1 tsha 1 REVOLVING PRESS! s. .
.. I to r I .1 devotions, to of holding the sands are without the means of grace, and can- ment to the reconstruction of that State under cansmputamany marse mannon. near, sea
--- J.r ..gestion ha vaths, August 28th wb cah isrto meetdat Co not be supplied only through missionary effort the law, and he is, therefore, removed from that I canoonnaean acommon ww..isorse or
n receded as II is etof our bred from the labors of our do a ed a be vud s et br g a et i a me iopnoor fo ate G r e {xe prqueeds is 12 m HIS VERY SUPERIOR SCREW 18 ,

ad to dictate to our unnisters, but 10shop in Oregon* lanb n a t his le hr n an Throokadorton remo d 110 wi be obeyed and ac o owBbo rn n r ana{ b b je *


re / . m t 0 & ug ommicoemp athehobee a te eo !the iep ne a reen ablthat Pease was recomt sit .
u .. I of New York which is likely to prove of much to Missionary Collections. Keep the collections ton ease is a native a
1 toniat has ought bit skp*to deserved disre interest tolthe public, as it will decide the ques for Foreign and Domestic Missions separate, and e ish I ca resendentc of 'f no, ,,. at D 5 V SCHOOL VISITOR. Situation Wawkd.
to. It might he a go service for our minis ion whehierMan Eprecops ine yanan ejto preach so re o ,7enarr n elet each man do his has served to both branches of el. I :. 8 TEAGHER, I YA GRADUATE OF

p,\ Dr. I -- ano h unds ago, I ev. StleopheonhH. h yng duty, and God will be honored and soulsNsaved. Inture, a rdo Ltwic elected .* ., .. TER MS: =n na so .s. *

may subll refer to atson's Biblical and e hed in a Methbodist Chychin New Bruns Aug2.2t] Sec'y Domestic Board. m I ar to uly 30.-The termof Sher Auguam] w rt r an eds.
Th ID tioa3--ow entiar e i 0--- -. 1. ,.. Ir the remonstrance and prohib if Carewof Charleston, having expiredGen. CO*PARTMERSHIP.

T* aeourab upon our Lord's Sermon on Church.r dd/aro se bi e la ,h as To the Preachers of the Tallahassee Distriot, ekies has appointedoldWb Emateor juccee TU' IT FF 0YED 1 .ry ."- .
We are aware that Mr. Wesley's on the following day proceedings were begun Florida Conference- Northern man, and until recently was President
braiketed in some narters, as not I against Mr. Tyng for hip breach of Oburoh law, Dear Brahren. Permit us to call your at- of the Board of Trade.
teresearage and ph pe; but we are iA formal presentment wasmadeto Bishop Oden- mention to the following duty of a Presiding -WAsmNorow, July 31.-A delegation GRAY, BEDELL & HUGHES, A.u.nIcorroRD.Ann MAcOR BYHOLESALE BIARKET.
. . .. t i heimer, who, in accordance with the eason, Elder, which cannot be perfectly done without from Pennsylvania, representing Con 1.. j r ... hashnlieTennessee Gorreated by owe t & Snicler,

as ? It to the standing comanst- .. e. . The requirement as as fol- Republicans, called on the President a -- ,, , , ., ,, MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS, * ** * **
II the offender is brought to I -- I at the fourth Quarterly They reple cutthemselves in noconditi *
tr I the case will, no doubt, prove an exciting 0 ., C,11 . ? 1 , to be with the honocratic party, but propose roa
. se the distinctly. The Presidentdedonedgivi ,. .. ,, Churches and Families.
"GouBumes I ownsuaur CAn- . 1 ..hotfetal pl a mous. z, E ARE PREPARED TO FURNISH ,
nas on 1118 Wou "-The Texas Christian -OArvicsTom, Augrfit 1-TI ,

car, anger, sorrow, and desile-the four great loom in e ea honfer realled .. .al. W. F. EArraniana. 54 ease gives a tentaction to sk / ,
elements of repentanoe--that is to say, some- (Jamit, the loss of one of its best men. Our ae- low lever 4-a- .
times fasting in 8 duced by the infinenecof these quaintance with Bro. H. was brief, but long climated away. assem)
,g .. .e.* .,... I I . enough to learn to love him. GrifRn District Meeting-Change. -PmraADELPHIA, August 1-Cons durable

6 rle lis o fasda prepa a us > attend real na an te toe tel al of h so Tou rreachers and Dategates to the Grifun r. VINOENT K TOMMEY, JOBEP .* ann, mu E on. -
n he 1 os at hI it no al oC k to ell('onI e sea g tha vi on learnfr mt w th us tags, celartug ttsat corn icat of he syn 0 f TOMM ICY & STEWA R I, ,,


.r o have great cause for man-ever ready labor his Masteraser' ontheirst Sunday in September; but he can thetaxurenotallicient Themerchantedeciate areareas or an use
praye ea j et gun or to r es fe 11 1seojuthe oeurr s8annd ico 1 tha sis o ,t tbl2 Sickles IIARDIVARE. ., ,,.

7 di a ena e CQ cone kof the pioneer fo rnes se on y nigh has enwyed t zeedp sole jtath own of Sum rd Atthesignof theMdi SewandGame Cha, Funenan an .

.. . L p re, y. Dr 11. I the opening sermon inelliesency. 11e appoints two colored and one PARTANBURG C. II., Sourn CAROLINA pu..
TzAcuns' Convenrlow -In deterenge to on Wednesday mght. GEO, 0. CLARx, P E. white man. R ESPERMPs a .11 .... .. .. Mr .. . .. . r- .... 0.:--
heilo u at ecoon isnu tale ti\ lits or I n n tends, s es eA just" Aug2-2w lie.--Sewerjko tl t cir a re rr id . r .. . neq ... ...a u<.... -
the most central point for the proposed Teach, ing very discouraging accounts. Letters from
groh is qdpirit of crs' Convention and Thereday, August 22nd> The Greenville District Meeting those who remained in Liberia are to the same


... a.. tMraesd a ei i dao n Ii si on1 11bheld at A ersonSCrd in b a en 0 .Southern freThe dispas a x c .
2 t to faint"- pt, and the professors and teachers in Geor ber We beg a general attenoance of e that the elee Bacen-s o ers
* ,.. .0 train prayer should make a move for the same object Ra omeial memberabsp within the Distriot. y passed off quietly and without Augu.3,a
r o .:e good ser road Presidents and Superintendents, always list 11 eS huD. D., and Prof, J. H. anticipated. In Memphis a regi- IMPORTANT TO ALL! WANTED a ancy a
we wish ad me hem--we th t ajhkeir lilbzeral rif rdi lee na Aug9 Sw] A. B STEPHENs, P. E. nent of 2g t tdje r le ad upe Another Great American laVention Am.j? I .h?"EEl.ENTzo N ....


1 .: I infruitful until we ges. not re 111E, August 3 -Returns so far / ,,illi T. 1 r . I .. c., ....+0 ly. Appiwants was address

/. suriwitht piri kf cl SusinsScuoot Vistron-This interesting gainbridge District Meeting, South Ga.Conf foot up a majority of 17,000 for Brownlow.- . intr2e-st neaness 2 c. --
g "Childs Paper" has reached a much larger T-i lo, Stokes, Arnell, Maynald, Hawkins,
I preparing for its o circulat on than was hoped by its most anaguine 5 i. i .. r l. 1 : all * 3 LL I Mann and Butler, all Republicans, are Ra nd oI ph, MaconCol le ge,

r dbToe "the pi h t 0 eC jo a h Sunday in september. I I 1 1 *1. olPho r hesTheyhalC alus clean .. vinoraI A.

eu idpto so pl CtTsni coAtn ade Bis phavedsonneeintimatw"dihatourdeiarsenor * r (1. NEXT SESSION OI THIS COL
to incroase, untal we were compelled to publish a time this year. We would rejoice to see him at Domestic Marketa
Po tr cm 0 suorofSo Ir Wa ain de titohne b hfirsItnernbeear to snee this Meeting. J. W. Mills, P. E. x use wr emones.
sper wholiae bee .. : 1 ,: ti 0 Ir s. From the frrat, its increase Ang9 Sw] Nzw Yoax, .. = -* .. y firm at *
h nc . 1 . 1 1 copies, and mery ill teri g dTi60n a 281 to 9 sales =94 ISouthern, cm *

thn mi d an scriptions We are prepared to supply number choice, new,811 75tol5 25 Wheat declining
sees he has transferred it to the canvas 110 from the first of July Milwaukee, No 2,1 90 to 1 95. Mess Park

hasdrought on e Ad nalis3ien A H. REDFORD, Agent 2 r tel are ran un CHARI ESTON PRICE CURRENT.
able man. Thereis no such hkeness of Bishop The Nation's Revenue. FOREIGN NEWS. a . .r 1E1x0 or spear. Prun Preservin saleson, an
Boule estant-we venture to say, its superior The report of a commission appointed for the or us ams, a man GoD I out ra a to ry as-seen from your luerchtant. . -a
will neverhe seen-norperhapsite et nal, unless revision of the Revene system of the United r sup- ,rr car r
popied by the artist himself, who is unrivaled in States is before us, from which we learn many London, August l.-The leaders of Reform ply. Governments closed steady and advance a ter
the correctness of his pictures. This 80e por- facts having special bearing upon the tempe- have made arrangements for another grand move- well su tained. Miscellaneous stocks dull and A assm3 .. .. r ". ,f ...
trait was painted for Soule Female College, rance question, which we will epitomize for the ment in Hyde Park on Monday next, for the is. T Li PERR YRO II S E,
'Mwrfreesboro's Tenn.,-a present to its excellent benefit of our readers. purpose of protesting against the entting down -Sp arpen no
President, the Rev. J. R. Plummer. We con- I Let us then sum up-taking the figures of of the franchise extended by the Reform bill as ', z coravains, ORORGIA.
gratalate both him and the College on their I this Commission, and leaving out of count the it passed the House of Commons. 3 .sr su .. ... . --o- Bowdolin CollegIate Institution
good fortune. We understand that any who immense amount of illicit distillation andfrande Yienna, August 2.-The Sultan left I ,
away wish copies of this admirable picture may which has been and is still going forward, we for Constantinople, i. I les. AO TO NYO UN G & C O. nowan, carr.u.... ca.
get them passed at about 575-a sum much havefer 1866: Revenue derived from Berlin, August 2.-Von Eisanark's official CHARLEsToN, August, 5--CjIteosal Ambeareset ratorse.anvux., man. FI HIS POPULAR INSTITUTION, CHAR-
(.. rr at a ar -r, ..* RT= = s I.vr .,,,ti ). eg Distilled liquors, $10,000,000 organ here, in an editorial to-day, strongly 4 Ause-sm) I =- a
4.. L.. p. .. .. I' I sh a 0,,., q- '.1. Fermented liquors, 5,000,000 the great powers of Europe to interpose in to r ., so warm; ac-
L'eper, ., if li **.at by the London artist, Add to this the amount received for Cretan question. King William of Prussia 0,- 1. sent crops impov- 19IETHODIST HYMMS.
alls =.ram.a r .I. .. time at the Publishing Brewers' licenses, 1865, 77,747 day ksued a proclamation, assuming the duties sug.
Souse, wt-r.,, ., gi ...r.1, .1 -r ni Distillers' " 42,968 of Sovereign of the North German States. AUGUSTA, Aug i-Holders demand an ad. 13Mo.on rULPIT BIZE.
to look as a rs... ... .. ... s ,. s... .. . .. Retail dealers, in liquor licenses, 2,205,868 Peath, August 2.-At a recent election for vance, but buyers are cautious. Weather elear
venerable. ( '-.r i. mt .. ? Wholesale dealers in a a 400693 members of the Hungarian Diet, Louis Kossuth and pleasant. Crop necounts continue promis-


,
And we have a total of $47,727,276 was chosen to represent the city of Waitmen ang
An EBOLESIASTICAL FARCE.-The crowning derived by the general government for the priv- without a dissenting vote. CINeinNATTT, August, 5-Couton firmer;
faree of the times (eays the Southern Presbyte- ilege to manufacture and sell fermented and dis- London, August 2 -In the blouse of Lords, Middlings held at 27e; demand light. Flour .
ring was enacted by the reverend Menus. L. L. tilled liquors alone. this evening, the Reform bill was reported from firm and steady; fair local andl some shopping
$.,ware. Jr Es ==.=. and J.C. Carson, three For drinking purposes, not including that for the Committee of Whole, where it was under demand. ama .
., I...ere.m r =e. us h.Pge, who met together in exportation, we have made in the United States, consideration, and ordered to a third reading. Provision 4. as 1,.0 to firmer. M i .
M ra, 1.. ..,,.-so a in North Carolina, and of distilled liquors, 40,000,000 gallons; of fer- Final action will be taken on the measure Tues- $23 to 25. Lard dull and nomin..1, 1. 1. -s .. .*c
assumed that they were the true and lawful mented liquors, 186,000,000 gallons; total, day. Monix.x, August 5.--The Cotton :....
Presbytery of Conoord!M-a Preabyteryhaving 226,000,000 gallons of intoxicating liquors.- Paris, August 2-Hon. George Bancroft, closed hard with low middlings selling s.= .
the nataes of fifty-one ministers on its roll. In Imported liquors consumed, 10,000,000. And United States Minister to Prussia, arrived in thia Sales 160. Receipta44 bales.
their capneity na a court of the church, they those are oilicial figures! eity to-day. New Oamuss, August 5.--Cotton .. .
adopted an elaborate preamble and resolutions, At the rate of $3 50 per gallon-a low figure London, August 2.-Dispatehes have been 25) for low anaddlings; sales 950; reeiepl -
in which they call the forty-eight absent minis -we have paid for distilled liquors every year, received here to-day from Athens announce. r, Mr ,, .1
a .. .. [ .1..4 F --h s.r s n mi l ls ... mi . 8140,000,000; at the rate of one and a half that the Grecians have defeated .the Turks .. . ... .1 q
ston ar., sy aIF c--Ir-- conta per single glass-a low figure-we have several recent engagements. The same a * I : Ifi * 0 '" -uni
as,,, r e,;* p. : .,to They also speak of irrr e- .e .ir,,, v. $100,000,000; total patchee make mention of the departure of ti i' I "' " I' "i
1,. ? ..5- e. *....*.; been "restrained during .=" ******* *** L si It.. It sum estimated French squadron for Candia, for the purpose of _ __ .
I., = a. -re*..> e ri--ir wr. = to be expended for imported liquors, 845,000,- bringing back refugees to Greece.
I el.....s...I :-r..r, II 000,total,$371,000,000. ParisAugust3.-The American ram Dun- PoreigttMarkets. New Insowhin,
I rr ,,s rus .' I n, :>. as .* We leave our readers to olpher out, at their derberg, which was purchased by the Frenels ar m ance exm ..n.1 .. Is 2 arrogantly claiming the name, proprty, rights nation and the world, provided iteouldbe saved cessful trip aeross the Atlantio, has reached her Faxwroar, Aug. 8---Bonds closed at 761 ** .ka a=
andeatherityofOonegrdPresbytery.!!Itseems byauniversaidisuseofintoxicatingliquors. destinationeqfely. TheEnspeechasreceived forissueofl862. anart-t so.elsein sTxwo &


r naingearance as from some ecomy e car a p ye .
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Andamagesandmeasualawnsemehargentosurants.
has n aus at ance m entrance. w. r.col UNT,
anyss--smo, skerstarv.

. Mash, Blinds and Dborsp
AT NEW YORK PRICES
Wholesale rurniture Manufactory. *
REPORING OF ALL KINDS, I .
sy sauvrLLE wooD, ".
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e of saves, w.maranuar run ,
b .r all the marr could promise or gave, tries, dis ant one hundred and fifty railes, she CUBISEDGE & IIAZLElstlRSI SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADYOCATEL
I e M=1 hery or a ne as tid U t BANKERS AND BROKERS, 6 TV LUS.

deceitful tybp in which edea he beet ta lil of o j w secona scant, mac 0 a


rI h 15 ajee.ully t enre at e r menal faculties to the la at appear< * .

As oen death wasefolundowqhin the ei ad utte lio fulh 8 elu tl the b ye ie
whom abe had made herself debtorb\ 111m "that doo


ITlly ful the the writer, that her chief desirjtly ae ed

d mT en dushou ye a a e to la u an 1 mi fat r len .

ton neM aim ha been to discharge al BS I .1 4. IS ( 11 I & L n ,,

A & 0 08 e Remeed 8 U ., I I [I on n b : **. Li vt n r-. a e

rd ag d lie cheartmak ,divetithi ulapr en or si I b TAMILY MACKINE I'VERMADE!
excellent lady an instance of that peace which redeeming love EST ", ',, . ,


h )t a cefd Many Any rd Ammon J.W BURK at

la rathedSpiri, that 6 10 stlu d e n, ie us tl"nh I Alsabrook r 111qWILCOT & G 818 8 WING MA- RATI:a or VERTIslNG,
IIer idea 01 good works lay in this direction. She joined the Baptist Con ch in her 17th
L. Pucars. year and in 1847 she joined the Methodia
Thurch Sh he ir a h t< ru < n ,* .

Man CAnotin J. Goonwyn was born in express, with disease of the thoutgbut she del
Burke co, Ga, Museh 25th, 1815, and died in in her kne ..
Monroe ca, Ga, July Sd, 1807. 1 I I . I praying. She told me
She was religiously trained by Baptist parents, that she had nothing to fear; all she had to -
and in her fourteenth year attended a Methol a 1 ad,:. She ". . , ,
ensup.meeting, where she was converted I a .. .. I . * and tell
joined that church, in which communion she all of her friends there was but a nal stream
lived a consistent and faithful member till her between her and heaven. With no terror, ,

ya id at ywoundania redleterminatin oi no d:ul el y **..enw was a Pol.xxx
well for her household. She was left a widow away without a stragele. Her 0 a fundy, secretary, Treason
in 1802, with the care of her children, their friends and Church is her clerna n . 4. 1. SI IE GA IA LOOM
comfort and education to provide for; :.od to
these duties she addressed herself weah a good -sara--
degree of success until danguablied by suro
chromealliation, whichresulsedtodeath Ior .,, I 1Fu1.1i .1C T II RING COMPANY.
several months, she was perfectly apprued of ta a a
death a approach, and at has addom been the to a T 1 i \* itiF 115 AND PLANTERS,
privilege of tbo best Christians to be ble sed I **
with such untform and unshaken faith No
doubt ever seemed to beeloud her wind, but,
creo under the most intense sufferingalse main b 1 0 ..... nesoven sELF-torise

cameo et rarjaPubdar* | t t a 114 n 44D PowER LOOME
around, that the arm of grace on which she or 01 the church oJ bdi
leased was sancently strong to support bes cars She was at
trust ag, cooliday soul On several occasions,
she charge and blessing, and gave direction about chart- rer a give : Aug 2-tt .. I I - = r...afRe b
ber tournaletc, with as much composure .nl wlush I leavebeco arrested t
satercat as of she was going on a jourm:y to re renaarks of her pastig, I av J oh at NE 5V M II $ 5 0
corn on one occasion, she saw death ap her f I
proaching, and czelaimed, Sweet Jesus, is this ,, onera lierself a too a w it ft FOR SALE BY
death At another time, she said, "I shall aft b 8]] th
soon be to my Father's kingdom Speaking two c she wall. I have J W BURK E & CO I PLANTERS CAN BE INDEPENDENT
of death, she said that she used to think the paignmi J [
Jordan weTe les longs 30tost u you r
and I shall sons uses" She delighted rancil prays and pass U.r 13 h cli Ali.NL I 911 li, .1511 i DELINIi La you
so the soogs of Zoon, the prayou of the unastry incut alrus d v on were re cu
and church, and always rejunced at the vi as of h
her pastor and other monsters who vented her greater volume to I at c no ho are
She reaseman nesonfew days before hero easthathe Mu ourelat w cli ellow d on

rejoretug to her, and long to be remembered by stored with the we 1 am
allinattendance Shemainedhenessestorina stwasspovalegal .., ..
last, and before she died again charged and b" @1. I epr pe
blessed her obaldren, committed them all to God 7 I aga., go .... .4.. no.,, ... A Famists
and the churchand asked tbc frseuds present, and give at exprose n
ray for them, and be to them a mother For Scripture, as were a by ha 0 4 1 ult $.51 F 0 FIV ITS L 9t'r
erodysonshemanifeatedthedeepeseconcern, of meaning 1 nevar run 1
o because," she end, "there are .nor., a repes datticult to think of her as ? No a n ,'""
stone an his path than that of n. 1..
for hour espeelsily I invoke the a IT 5 I .litii .1itE BI* LI .. II AN libel*
prayers of the frseeds present 11.. Is.
IJead of the Chords bless the a
keep them all to usernal hk through .Jous
(Th Lord WU L lovely, more 4.ttaunt then .. . . .. .. .*
0 toa feder please copy "" merely youthful b:ov.,
of gloom, no app as uly rg *rase.samea *
pervaded wth the pop t , . . , ,, a

ltatione 97 Frovent, only *os. of Rev J rotperly 2tht/j ri I F i- int ...sif /
sprang Unit re As clear . .
Ihoinst ca, on 36th of July, in his I Ith year art
For some days previous to hs< Jeath he was who knew b I acabic totwtull., 1, I dl nurse r IT 1 -Al it. NEAT .1NT* Lis.lif,

adesp, has parents awoke hasn and col I hun to to ures roa not (la a
go and lee down lie did so,:.nd 1 11 a leep
from which he never awoke until be make so 7 .. u...s as FI .. **snestallier un-
the spirit land J has his brother pa .55,


a Muse; soas,%Qp GEO.M.DBURY
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wo. navagatewastimne, w. Yr
armyu-ser
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scoress. George. virgins.

R. A. MATTHEWS & CO.,


*S her ageleavingddT salate helms
es add iner.J. As men


,L 2 cit:: "Flit*
supittees she gave evidence of a suitable


I 4 e a sm Inh o
and requested her frie do to meet her in heaven,
often repeating---


Thus has dead a ed e ties of aiFeetion
and friendship, and lefhlay em lliere thateenn

God's right hand in heaven3f A. STEPHENS.



Alanow CHAs a died in Athens, Ga., July9th

he e tral n urn ,r a


d no re jice f lilwa .m da <
Albon Chase, a name honored and loved by
11 .1 s.... .. . . 5 ..** Carolina. The

Ikishful servant in pronoun odione good and
tered into the oy of his Lord The church
ng, can has rejoles
I *** I I ** * *. 1 Indeed,
.1 mi) .. .. I I lost? II I .vi has an
I her children. "The unemo.
ry of the just"-the influence of piety and
good works-the long-lasting harvest of prons
adivities, are le.t us; in shone, he being dead

ad 1 4 his am Ca he tr e dnto
the calendar of saints, it is meet that the church
make her monumental record
It is but rarely that a life appears no earnest,
single eyed, devoted To call at consument,
would express .t feebly There was to it, the
unity which grace enstamps on all those who
consecrate all to (>od and duty in early life,
he "put on the Lord Jesus Christ," heartfly>
catarciy No compromise was made withsell-
no protest entered uponet the denials and sun
faces of the gospel-no ere option of special
privaloges for himself Ilut convinced and con

Irtedct mournests stnel sch irl seth
art their force Hence, the decision and do
Laustaventse of he hfe .11.nles and shr.ukong
in his taste and hubste, yet true to praneapl**
errug in has adaty
** 1 was for long }car
As pdIsr and representerve of 11ethodsan-
"an (srachte, indeed, in whom there was no
guile
in him there we a
the transforminK*
ily nature susperious and unpassent of restraint,
he occasue graciously gentle as a child-sender
10 ang, a rooterlarke the beloved dssedlydtche

impetuous and fiery promptings of his nature
were subdued and chastened-the coumounion
of his Lord mellowed Insu ..nd auto the some image Iles was a life of pre
emine proprse del asspan jdewardh e

one feature of his Chreenan late, known only to
hasnowcoalidentialfriendsafenchroreaud
evoking excellence, as to deserve the mort con
specuous mention on his monument AmonR
bustoese circlee, he was assigned the highest
lace for sknit and judgment The Southern
Intual Insurance Company, of whook hew"
chael architect and founder, is his principal
anonument All those rules that gave him sue
eese to business, entered anto has Chrsation char
acter and hfe, and were consecrated to the our
poses of rehgeous enteronae and benevolence
Ackoowledging has relation and obhgation as a
steward, he managed be porate fortuno us he
did the great pubbe trusts committed to Inu'
Trusting to ember the eruputes of he heart,
nor the contractions of selG>hnce lic acL apart
nually a lis perdonthe 1)..r n le

might not laterally execure has purpose, he A 0
a scrupulous neousant againe hunself, so abut
each year presented sea butno sheet of charity

dpulse >cwwou)Ilital ej<>cf I
irregular, unperfect benevolence of the church
".Mark the perfect man, anti behold the uP
raphs, for the end of that assau as spence And
no it was with our chernshed brount Ibe eve
ning of has Infe was swept work storms the
desol ions ele thedwar invol di rn d onlJ

In ass bloody struggle A fell disease had been,

forary< Is, lurking n ulus2sta n and lattelr5TtaP
the unsist of all, the good man rtpand earth lost
its charms, death was dowargued of its terrors>
and h approached Ileetw it, 1010 it, and made here
to enrobe himself and beanse onact to be a
blier neudthe ntw anceUIda-a a niny (

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9 al a r a C"p II Ibeddaunty
July Sele, 1867, being an the Tolls year of line

'8 le was, for many years, a sueecseful and
popular teacher in various counties through the
State. He was a man of strong intelleet, great
firmnessand unswerving integrity. IIssmand
was well stored with information from much
reading and observation; and b his excellent
conversational powers, he was only enter-
taloing, but instructive and useful in society.
Ile was converted and joined the M. E. Church
when about 18 years of age, and was a strict
Methodist and devout member until death-
During the larger part of his life he was a class-
leader; and being earnest in exhortation, pow-
erful in faith and prayers, and zealous in good
works, he well befutted the position assigned
him. The way-worn itinerant always found a
welcome and comfortable home with Brother
Parker. He deeply deplored and strennously
opposed the inroads made on early Methodism


3w hhno and roegreseSh ee da as
several months prior to his death, that his time
on earth was not long; but his house was ever
in order, and he was not afraid to meet his God

He Ital ed d t8hbo to ie
brightness of his future pros et. His suffer-

iTshver the greatei b reeat r siger beheHde
greeted with joy the day that would see his
surenage end; and, on being told by his physi-
cian that he could live but a little longer, his

me a dfo ewe eavealy mile, and he




So leREiBEC PO he O.,dGa
18P67 in the 37th year of her age, having been
a us ni teen years a member of the M. E.

She was reined ood old-time Method-
not family; she 6 he a ghed in its wholesome

sounm knu un 0 6 en [man jw
good one, and faithfully addressed herself to the
noble task. She was a star child in the house-
hold, and finding that her presence and daugh.
ly mshrust jihad grown be in le stima


usa end b bpastearnher he Isad one,1e
these Blial duties were fully discharged, so tha

Jhe did oe ter84 marricedbreldatress
mother, and I must be allowed to say, that per
haps no two persons ever married, under similar
eirewspatances, and lived together watil parted


a new ne.



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A Man Wolf

Ra Dr Rutler, the well-known Methodist
missionary who estabibbed the mission of ....
church in India in ]H5ti, recently returned =
this country. ." ** J. *** .. *-" -,,
ofa remarkable
In 1850 a British soldier, while bearing a
dispatch from one magistrate to another in the
.. I r..

I i atty one of tileir company.
i . 2 ..1, .. ...:, back he reported the cir-
ei metances to the magistrate for whom he was
traveling The htter forthwith mustered a num
bcr of evolte ad went to the piece J he pack
of wolves fled a short distance and sought refuge
inasortof ca eorden Ilegionag today, the
party soon wh. Covered the ince of the wild man,
and drkwing I as forth, succeeded in blading
and enrylug Unrs to the town Dr Under has
seen him often since, and says be is evadently a
manand at she traneof has capture apparently
about twenty but years of age

th scle ttfr cru liestriblentlyresistedr
a while ceased to tear the garment He is now
kepeby a gentleman in the may of Thaby Vann.
re, some eight hundred miles west of Calcutta
bco first taken he was unwalling to eat 4.r.,
thing but raw acat, and has never been abl 4,
apeakormake anyarpprostrnationtoaknowledge
of the alphs.be Tracy one looks earnestly or
sharply at him, be expresses has annoyance by a
half uttered gaunt. unusediately turning away
and setthng upon bis haunches ma cornerofthe
room, or bes down IIe ears his food off the
ground and abough evidently a human being,

be an hubsts a wolf, with the instincts of that
This as cetrainly an unaussions fact as natural
history, although it assad that foursimilarcase..
are known to have occured in Indsa, presenting
the exame general fame

taoWol ca ab aden hPeds swhen not c ,habid
at the approach ornaght all persons employed to
theopenountlyeractachusethsatereofhouses
I ieronous ammals
6 **, happens that a
wolfateals natus house and course off a child
So frequently is th:< the case that in obe ecbed
utes forussited fur secordson As mortality in
each place, oe column n heado4 "Carried ollby
wolves''
Or Busiere theory of thre strange case as that
a she welf probably caused off thee person when
he was an inferor, but (Was before she devoured
her prey, the chdJ sustmetively searched for
lood Beginnuig to draw as nounshment, to
awoke in the *>If the maternal insemet vbsch
led to the pre or cration of its I fe, and thus tbo
boy Irved sud .rew.


Worse -lroth exa naked and open dayhght,
that doth not la sw slu sun km and muturnerms
nod triumph I the wald half so statchly and

'lm cl I ab y
at will one rise to the pace of a diamond or car
bundle, that in we h best to varsed Isghts -
it. ..

\ el-ree.... we on- day onlbra,; with has

11 der I 1 bette own ral to tipersonality d
remarked, "I hauld hk< to see the devil *
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5180 hodest, died an Greenaboro, Ga, Tuly 19 g
Hs Masons brethren of San Martoo Lod e,

.No lo, bul"Jcils, a sub 1 so[j ch, fdu
by Her J W Tallebonl e 11ethodsst church

Phydtolbt ason, til'rual teriandad
a a g o, n .. a manly cheek
ri rir a : ... .. . F friendship and
sn == ** fa I pe of the town
were all closed, and all business suspended, dur.
ing the solemn services, in respect for his
memory. The Lodge appointed a large and re,
spectable committee to embody its sense of re-
spect and aiFeetion for their departed brother,
and from their report we make the following
extracts:
"Death has removed from our midst our well
beloved brother, William W. D. Weaver. Let
te not complain. but let us bow in humble sub.
misexon to the will of our Heavenly Father.
'Shall not the Judge of all the earth do righty
"In contemplating the peaceful and happy
death of our deceased friend and brother, we
are more fully convinced, if possible, of the


on2nna ene 0 areligiio
It was this that soothed, strengthened and com-
forted him in the dark night of his affliction;
with Brother Weaver, rehgaon was not a Sun.

w d in r near2d y
dutses-za the sanctuary, in the domestic circle,

eds otf ielose6aof evotio amRut wHat shall
hearts are full; we dare not say all that our
feelings prompt. He was kind, humane, hon-
orable, and generous; In a Trord, he was "good

andOr ,rjar cht1attacheldt thetCbace cost
zelin sand g erous hospi lett rbane, Ohristian

gentleman. He afiliction (which was severe

ghtPerto am r ap d hipatantl benlo 4
such a man as a deep affliction to his family, his
friends, isa r bd dltoourwholecommunit

the following resolutions, and ask their adop.
tion,

<,." 1,"""'"th."".'il:4"Cab of I
loss they harp sustained in the death of Brother
Weaver, and will to-day accompany his remains

toh their find rests place, and there deposit
on r. soluti es and ceremonies of

spect in th vend storia were to testify their re.


Mu. RAcust. Walour, wife of John L.

Srr gnd1youn est child of Wm. Bradford,
co., Ga., on 13th July,
1867, after a protracted illness, iq the 224 yest


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two monthe before him We, however, are not

a)n doubenan to has (we so et nditionnd to or
tracted meeting at vi ch the wiser assisted his

thate, tu bert n S"a she covenume LI strols
time he had been quite scravan, read ng his le s
turned much Anne days before hasdeath,150
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throngs and emularson of Christ and of ten
brother and about death as at a .1 1
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'THE REv. Erneux Baown (colored), was
born in Columbia co, Va., 1778, and was
awakened under a sermonbyRev.Benj.Coak,
from the text, "There is a river the streams
whereof shall make glad the city of God."
Courietion was soon followed by conversion,
which took place about sixty years ago. Not
long after this spiritual change, he commenced
preaching, in which holy calling he continued
as long as he lived. Having the confidence of
both white and colored, he was ordained Deacon
by Bishop MeTyeire last winter, at Amerious
I heard him address his colored brethree in
about these words: "Let us try to improve our
situation; cherish no bad feelings towards our
former owners. If they ever did us wrong, let
as forgive; and if we ever did them wrong, let
us pray to be forgiven; and let us now oultivate
e i it dmpe ce 8 as it einvas short


friends to seek aalvation, and to try to meet him
in heaven, and then, without a struggle or a
groan, breathed his last.

CoEf efrom e on a of thbee Qua letrly
Whitesville Oiresit, North Georgia Conference
held New IITph tJune 17th, 1867: uest the

Rev. W. J. Cotter and R vP J. Jilyle to to pre-
pare and send to Dr. Myers, for publication in
the Southern Christian Advocate, a suitable

& E roo nvenerable and deceased

J L torTI.TE


Mag. Egagg fe of Rev. M.
A Clonts, of the Fla Conference, and d....ts.

rM n hham o.,M e t. / ., ,,
and died of consumption, in Ocala, Ea. I .,
Ju y 13th, 1867.

E. C tra condverbehd to iG 4 and j ne&
Bird, in 1845, and ever ited a co.
Christian; very much retired in herdepartmo
yet, ever actuated by a deep-toned p- .

olwa sw Hing tobtshkohany a crifice for

6o on a n he ce r ju
enfgagementeof life, and the greate- re-

mreTown need achbaw ea 4 .
searmur was ever known to eneap I -
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her husband, at the last session ofit- I


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Tribute of Respect,
AdoptedbytheontribertSabbathwhool
WHEREAs, God in His providence has taken
from our midst our eveh beloved associate,
ANNA KATE MCNAIR. Therefore,
Resolved. That while we very deeply lament
this sad bereavement, yet recognizing the great
truth that God is "too wise to crr and too good
to be unkind," and humbly trusting, in cola-
pliance with her last request, to races her in that
"beautiful world" where "sorrow shall come
again no more," we calmly say, Thy will, O
Lord, be done.'
Resolved, That in the death of little Anna
Kate, the Sabbath school has lost a sithful
pupil and we a very dear companion. UnusuaHy
rk;htly i in Ilejt andarlaia^oo it I 1


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