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 30, 1867
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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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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Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

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You had better build large enough at first, and am living in a thick settlement, and yetmy cows I own Church are used for instruction; and that a course to a crowded, but attentive audience, from
11918 Of C save the regrets, that will inevitably arise, that fill themselves finely every day and never go out consolidated report of these reports be presented the text, Buy the truth."-Prov. xxiii. 23-
your house is too small. of hearing of the house. We have milk and I by the minister in charge, at each of our annual coeupying one hour and three minutes in dehy
"' Build for durability. Calculate that the house butter in rich abundance. District Conferences. ery. Deep in conception, eloquent in declama-
PRAYER WHILE ON THE BRINK. you are erecting is to be a .:14 The various reasons for living in this country Reso, II ,= .I 1. ... = .1 I =17 practical in its application,
munity-one that a hundred .=* 1. It make it much easier to support a family than in return tl .. I I = * = ri !--- -, = sast from beginning to end.
air.. zzzu 4. be a relic of "the fathers," the resort of your the old worn out States, which has actuated our people in putting forth No .1 1 = feature of the oce>
children and grandchildren. Let it and your I am discouraged where I am living on one such earnest efforts, in the cause of Sabbath sion, .. .>.1 .= e. I address, delivered at
a sk mal at r ag; grave-yard be a God's acre," ever hallowed, account, that is, the deer are so plenty, they eat schools, and for the success which has attended the Methodist Church at 8 o'clock on Sunday
whitewnsurgestambearing, a seputupoutofgood up the peas and watermelons on the border theirlabors, morning, by Rev. John A. Mood. It was a
Letthylovemnearthecheering. I is rebuilt in five gen- farms of our settlements. = lo chaste production and is worthy of its talented
erations, whereas, usually twenty years from the "What do lands sell for ?" Ihave heard of no is 1 author. The address has been secured for pub-
sooni 00 a torern trar, laying of the corner block, finds us out*of doors sales of late. The last I knew of was from 11 us y location in the Lancaster (S. C.) Ledger.
or the needed grace, that ever again. Durability is cheapest in the end. 750ts to $5 per acre, according to location and of Sunday school booke in the city of Charlotte, The meeting was regarded by all present as a
Strengthens usand leaves us never. And as it is to be a relic of the fathers," improvements. N. C. complete success. There was no Bishop in at-
it 1 .-..I appearance, nts This country needs more laborers. The freed- BOOKS AND PERIODICALS. tendance. This was regretted; but his place
Nowthat l am rent and upng, a the fathers." men are very quiet, but entirely independent.- 1, was most ably filled by that rising light in the
mt, amrandon as i'e live in an age of refluementjian age far in The demand for labor far exceeds the supply g ,g Church, the Rev. F. M. Kennedy, P. E. of the
on that grace alone relying ing up an a Wadesboro' District. Everything passed off
Thou was hearmy plaintivepleadms, should leave for our 1 most holy faith, and a great agent to awaken sin- wi emin tesseeist o atndal rf se
By y9 rocuan ag, appreeintion of his wo 1 ne)e it Resolved, That this District meeting Distries Meetings-
schaprayer, aceallusheeding, as sir nal w are.durable neat churches town in ny county here wl eel-rig a charge edges its f to greater exertion in the spread W. M. Couous Sec'y
o>zueram a n, Aug.12,1se. They will be, next to worship itself, the best 87 to fill a wheel, and 810 to make a new one. .De it Resolved, That this meeting fully en.
legacy you can bequeath them. I am now paying 82 50 per day for a carpenter. doses the Southern Christian Advocate," fa- g( gg ygg
But all this reqmres means, and a third ques- "Which is the cheapest way to move, by land vorably recommending it to all people, as one of if
FALLEN AMONG THIEVES. tion arises: how are we to meet the demands or water?" By land this fall I suppose But the cheapest and best < # i . srs, and
arrnor assa manara... eo npurseo eds is ab thee rt sokue urfi dhat ferries a ontoll bri t I getishoemselles, to greater TELL IT TO OTHERS.


so, f edo ed oo onvers co d th dow long will it teeke toom e tim str ?" so cl So a heerfulla gre o ome9 yr ltthhern wh
o raj t noen bo town, . I I s 116 le oan a3wo horselwa ons am pm emb valuable paper and worthy of a more extended ad on pusand wt the td il e dof abs
business caned usedown' most every other, and, therefore, we suffer Don't start with a poor vehicle, if you can help enre ation. elothed and in his right mind."
For high in dignity I sate- But to answer this question: in some communi- it. Load light. Remember all prices given are SUPPORT OF THE MINISTRY Are you, whose hearts have been released by
Drew round a band of thieves who slew ties such a church costing fifteen hundred or specie. The Committee advert to the verbal reports God's grace from the deftlements of sin, and who
myguardsandmothey woundeatoo= two thousand dollars could be easily finished I will answerlettersmaking special inquiries, of the ministers in reference to the finances of feel the joy and peace of an indwelling Holy
as tereppeansynpursuanarmature' under our estimate of cost, in one year; but for nothing, if you will enclose two postage the District. While some are well cared for by Ghost, sitting at the feet of your gracious Mas.
xp Others cannot do so well. The most practical stamps and address me as below, the people of their respective charges and have ter, content with your own deliverance, and care
As faint from ionn ot blood liay, plan we can think of is to commence properly I will be thankful it the principal papers in proper assurances of adequate support for the less of the condition of those who are tormented
Twoothermeanatespasseathatways and finish in a course of years. For example, Georgia will copy. future, the statements of others show that they with the unclean legion ? And do you not hear
eo wnimy ought, sowanana lone, say you wish to build 358 45, you estimate M. F. ROSSER. have been less fortunate and have no well the voice of your Saviour saying unto you, Go
cost of hull, embracing flooring, weather-board- Leesburg Academy, Pittsburg, Texas. grounded assurance for the future. The desti- home to thy friends, nod tell them what great
And quickly passedand leftme there. -- -- 1 ---1 t y----- tuition occasioned by the ravages of the Federal things the Lord hath done for thee ?"
army in the early part of 1865, the drought of If any fortune or success come to us in this
Perhapsmy breath had then been spent- i. I . I I. Wadesboro District Meeting, 8. C. 2 * life; if we meet with promotion in business, or
^addeathindeedseemedimminent- , I ,, Conference. I I advancement in our pecuniary affairs, or pros.
dt e a w andpatedme, Mr. Editor:- In obedience to a resolution I parity in anyofourfamilyor social arrangements
With bandqes he tightly bound, estimate is made, and you seat and paint it adopted by the Meeting, I proceed to prepare of some of the circuits to render competent sup -we are quick to tell our neighbors, either that
Andstaunebed eachghastlygushingwound, The third year you plaster; and enclose your for publication in your paper an abstract of the port to the ministers who labor for them. The we may excite their envy, or awaken their sym-
stiliprovmg more his smaly runna, church and grave yard. In four or five ye *I adesboro' District Meeting, .11 pathy. And shall we be less eager to sound the
are tool ami wm for quickerqueatms, you have completed a house that you = = I Conference, which con- I glad tidings of our elevation to God's favor, and
unconseronor my nanger, thence not ashamed of, and your children after you will vened at Wadesboro' N. C., on Thursday, the 1 ** ' s " I of our release from the thraldom of our spiritual
union neighborang mnwhere he not be. 1st of August, 1867, the Rev. F. Milton Kenue, of r sing supplies throu h the monthly C5urch enemies ? There are all about us those who are
nemamed anawatched and ease for me He sure you start on the principle of durabili- dy, P. E, in the chatr. I I P 1 at = of evil, that "no
ty, and sooner or later, you can finish. Let each After the delivery of a short and appropriate I I if we would lead
minister and member lay to heart this interest address by the President, the Meeting proceeded - ** I lia so I before him, and
onprousand rich in strength and grace of God a kingdom among us. We are fully per. .. ( ,i :, ,, WM Connors, del. -' power.
on those we her an humble place, maded that much good or evil will result to us ., = = = 5 elected Secretary, and ation of the Church. The Report recommends O! let us who have been dispossessed, pub.
more s.,any that pay show as a denomination, as we meet or negleet our TD Winchester, delegate from Monroe, Assisq to the stowards of the Distriet the propriety of lish, not only in our house, but "throughout the
Green C abborsherebelow. esponsibility in this diirection;aud if we will tant Secretary. The following masters e-1 waster o.,i in the me..eirrea of their ,ia""": whole i v, t el I stb nt at e1sus has done
. .. .. T. a a : i 1 u s == Delegates, I until, by fluence the people will gladly I
this country dotted over with our temples, and Wm J Montgomery, Eli Shankle.-Asson, an is placed and in them also will this same glorious miracle
$RS. Our people far ahead of their present position in vilfe et-Rev John A Mood; Delegate, Joseph upon a footing of augmented and enduring use- -- .. .1 .. has brought us salvation and
all that is noble and elevating in moral and men- Medley 3 Rev JS Kendall, Del B J Dunlap.- fulness- Banner,
tal conditions. Bennetisoille et-Rev Tracy R Walsh, Rev munort ExusaloN.
BUILDING CHURCHES. er 6 Ill II n 1. I A r a ch ktevDl o erL aer tabTi 10 pl nI it.1xatase (St )1 teri 37 EIph ugeon on Clo eC'oe a unnil ut, as
or a swans. money at our hands, and we shall never prosper -arrolina Female College-Rev TA Boone. 8. C. That in view of the demand for Sabbath many of our readers know, but all do not know
in I .i spiritually-perhaps never materially-until we I ady; Del TE n,...whim, one annovoq.,winna unite, as far as that a sermon of his, from the tort, "These are
As a denomination, e are beh "Ye looked for mneh, and, lo, it came : -Concord I .I 1. I points, and that they who separate themselves," has been muti-
I i , and wh< i it -si ,o, I did Rev MC Davis; Del Willis Elkins, Levi Fink. . a I 11 .. and more conve- lated in the American edition of his sermons,
blow upon it. ** =>. 1 I of hosts. Lancaster-Rev J W Orider; Del WM Con- * ' s 4, in view of the The English edition of this discourse contains
13conuse of mine house that is waste, and ye run nors, Jones Crockett.-Monroe-Rev JR dilapidated condition of our churches and pard besides other pungent sentences, the i '
I Ir .1 = I .= every man unto his own house."-IIngg. 1.- Little; Del TD Winchester.-Monroe et- sonages, the attention of the people be called to "There is not a Christian beneath th ,
rural neighborhoods, comparatively few meet Road the chapter and act as your conscience Rev L Scarborough; Del James McCollus.. God's heavens from whom I am separated/ At
the demands of comfort, much less of respecta- as ., I ..il = God's house will then Mt Pleasant et-Rev E A Lemmond I the Lord's table I always invite all Christians
bility ad taste. Many congregations worship Obarles P Cox, CE Bost.-Pleasant 1 sl =1 I s == li **. to come and sit down and commune with us. If
in log huts; many others in old, rudely con- Conwayboro, August, 1867. ct-Rev L Wood ; Del G D Wolfe.- E any man were to tell me that lam separate from
structed, dilapidated frame buildings, without 1;oro' ct-Rev E W Thompson, Rev W L Pe- monthly meeting of the Churches, the class the Episeopalian, the Presbyterian, or the
eash, altar, or comfortable seats, a box of a pul- Ilints to Emigrants to Texas. I 'VP Kendal, an'r, AB Cason, Rev meeting, the love feast, and the prayer meeting, Methodist, I would tell him he did not know
pit, and other things in keeping wsth these. with all the private means of grace-fasting, me, for I love them with a pure heart, fervently;
Ti ... r .1 .. I s Some of the readers of the Advocate will res The following standing Committees were ap reading the Scriptures, family and secret devo I am not separate from them." This bears
.r member that I wrote an article last year for the pointed by the Chair: tion, as helps to the knowledge and love of God rather hard on our friendsthestrict communion
ought to be remedied, if it be possible to do benefit of my friendsin Georgiawhowerethink- On the Stateofthe Church-RevTE Walsh, To coLoans reorise. Baptists. I should not like to say anything
better. ing of moving to Texas. Willis Elkins, Jones Crocket.-On Sabbath Resoloect let. That we, the members of this hard against them, for they are among the best
We would offer what we consider some very I write again, and am glad to be able to give &hools-Rev L Wood, JS MooreGD Wolfe. District Conference, cherish toward our colored people in the world, but they really do separate
practical suggestions on this subject, hoping to more encouragement. -On Books and Periodicals-Wm J Mont- brethren the kindliest feelings and sympathies. themselves from the great body of Christ's
awaken in the minds of some of our people a The corn crop, so far as heardfromwasnever gomery, Rev Jobu A Mood, Andrew B Cason. Resolved2nd. That we willeverpray for their people; they separate themselves from the great
determination to improve their houses of wor- better. I am particularly advised as to the -On the Support of the 3Dnistry-W M religious prosperity and use all proper endeavors universal church. They say they will not com:
ship: Eastern and Northern parts of the State. The Connors, TE Lucas, WP Kendall, sen, Rev O to promote their spiritual improvement. mune with it, and if any one comes to their
The first question to be decided in building a wheat erop is supposed to be about half a yield. Eaddy.--On Church Extension-Rev ccATrow table who has not been baptized, they turn him
church, is one of locality. Where should it be Flour will not be very low. Corn should sell J W Crider, Rev J W Puett, Rev J R an away. The pulse of Christ's body is commu-
built ? We often build houses too near to- low, I am not able to say at what price. It will Little.--On Public Worship-Rev FM Resolved, That we the members of this Con- alon, and woe to the church that seeks to care
gather. Multiplying churches results in poorly de 1 (by resolution) Rev E W Thompson, ference will, from this time, devote more time the iUs of Obrist's body by stopping its pulse. I
constructed houses, small congregations, little I to 0 Pegues.-On Edue -1. - : the parents to edu- think it in a sin to refuse to commune with any
i I I = s =1 = I per bushel at gathering time A Boone, Rev J W Fuett, John I one who is a member of the Church of our
money, it will be lower. On the Colored Peolde-Rev John .. .1,.1 it = 1 invariably give the Lord Jesus Christ. I should think ,,
I I I. oh about pork, but think hogs Rev RR Pagues, Levi Fink, weightof our miluence in favor of schools where grossly at fault if, at the foot of those ,
has been so high, I think but The business hours of the Conference were piety is should meet a truly converted child of Godwho
traff:ation-bringing together in mutual sym- few have been raised. fixed-a hall hour preceding the morning ses- Resole i. we, as Christians, will, act called himself a primitive Methodist, or a Wes-
pathy and interest the membership of a large The health of the country is much better than sion to be devoted to prayer meeting exeresses; abandon, but continue to use every means to ed leyan, or a Churchman, or an ludependent, and
section of country, instead of detaching each at the same time last year. T = 1 us -: = vbal ucate and bring the colored populatIon to our I should a "No I = - =1
]:..1 ,: 11 . .. i = =1 -1 .. I = moving some where and rey .1 .1 s. I = a = s va. midst, under the conservative influence of Chris- me on cer in poi/tes r, j ,,
I If you come here I de- rious circuits and stations, by the ministers in tramty. of God, but Iwill I .
make up the most powerful bond of union in a sire i. .1 1 7 r sure of the 'in : 1 1 1 resolutions offer- I abould then thina. ,,
membership. I I I .- a I .11, .- l am ' I I == afternoon ed I, i 1. =, 1 pledunanimously: on me: "These be they who separate them;
Another too common fault in locating our glad I am here, and that I came when I did session of Thursday and a part of the morning }YAereas, the lato General Conference of the selves; sensual, having not the spirit,"
churches, is the building them without reference .. ... r is you were here. session of Friday. Reports were made and in- Methodist Episcopal Church, South, recom-
to accessibility or the convenience of a large = s =1 q . ; n this country formation elicited touching the growth, strength mended and submitted to the several Annual
soelety. They are frequently built at a time who wish they were some where else. This, and influeuee of the Church in every part of the Conferences, a proposition to change the name The Pious Baker,
when half a dozen families compose the mem- however, is not singular. I remember when I Wadesboro' District. These were delivered by of said Church to the Episcopal Methodist 15 ,word spoken in due seasonhowgood is re-vnov.
bership, and the convenience of these families, was a boy audi times w re af e1r the good1 old the ministers, iin some instances, with great ani- Church; and whereas said proposition failed to .
or a majority of theto, is all that is thought of receive the necessary vote of two thirds of all A baker who traveled the country draposing
They should be located at points of public in- = 1 I 1 I = 1 II 1 ] : a the Annual Con- the Annual Conferences: and whereas a very of his bread, stopped at a public house, where
terest, if possible. We might learn wisdom in I WM Connors, W large majority of the Church voted in favor of he was wanted on at dinner by a young girl
this direction from "the children of this world," that it : = .- .1 = = = li associations. The P Kendall, an'r, J L Breden. Alternates-Rev said chance; and events developed since the When opportunity offered, he asked the girl if
who are "wiser in their generation than the home oi .< 1 1** 1, ery hill and valley AF AtkinsWillis Elkins, John Roberteon, J original submission of the question to the An. she loved the Saviour. She answered that she
children of light." In every business interest where we lived, hunted and rambled is sacred S Moore, nual Conferences indicate the almost unanimous did not. He then, in earnestness and simplict-
that depends upon public patronage, they seek to memory. Painful things are forgotten, or The afternoon session of Friday and a part of wish of both the laity and clergy that the name ty, unfolded to her the way of salvation, and
commanding locations, central points of attrac- only clainia passing thought; while every pleas- the morning session of Saturday were taken up of the Church South be changed to the title urged her to accept Christ as her Saviour. The
tion; and in locating our churches, we would i ure is enjoyed over again and often considered of in hearing the written Reports from the various proposed. Therefore words were but few, and he returned house.
do far better to select such points, though they I more value than when it occurred, standing committees. These reports were sepas Resolved, That this District meeting respect. Again he found himself at the same public
might be "out of the way" in point of distance I Moving is matter of doubtful propriety with rately considered and discussed, some of them fully petition our Bishops to submitthequestion house; but now an old woman served at the
for a portion of the present membership old pe ii .i, r 1 1 with profound interest. The debates upon new of the change of name of the M. E. Church, table. She recognized him, and asked him if
Methodism, under proper culture, must grow; they a 1 -' I eral of the questions presented were quite ani- South, to that of the E. M. Church, South, he remembered the former visit. He did. "Do
and one thing that has operated against its they live. mated, but conducted in a most commendable to each of the Annual Conferences of which you remember the girl that served you?" "I
growth, is these "out of the way" oburches- I am satisfied that Texas is not, on the whole, spirit. Knowing that your space will admit it is composed, upon their next round of visita. do." "She was my daughter; and ch! how I
"out of the way" for the masses, who would a very healthy State. There is some kind of only a brief outline, I send you a part of the tion, if in their judgment it shall be legal to thank you for the few words you said to her on
learn to know and love us if we could induce mineral in nearly all the water in this part of resolutions adopted, which embrace the general do so. the subject of religion! Tbey were the means
them to hear-as we could if the church were the country. Chills and fevers of intermittent subjects dilated upon in the body of the reports. Resolved, That the Secretary of this District of her conversion; and, ch! dear sir," bursting
public. 1. STATE OF THE CHURCH. meeting be instructed to forward the foregoing into tears, "they prepared her for a sick and
A second question with those about to build, le . so a = = 1 c.. the more Resolved 1st. That d to the preamble and resolutions to the Southern dying bed, to which she was suddenly brought.
is, what kind of a church should be built ? sickness. For a number of years, preceding zwe 1re o ments, if os- Ohristian Advocate for publication, and that She often referred to the laterview, and she
Allow us to answer plainly- the last three or four, thereweredrysummers- is the m- the Presiding Elder of this District be request. pnaged away in triumph. She is now with that
It should be comfortable-a protection from so dry that the people came to look very confi- mediate conversion of souls, and the sanctifica- ed to furnish our Bishops with a copy of the Saviour you made known to her."
cold in winter, and from surfeit and suffocation dently for the rains to cease some time in June tion of the Church. same. Sudbury Lewicats.
in summer. Who has not sat and shaken with or by the 1st of ,July, and not commence agarr' Hesolved 2nd. That both teachers and co- 7 W. Cider
acher 11 & .. . ,. 1 These ple unite more heartily in espablishing and per. Elder of the The Blessing Brought Us by Christ'
been a . II ,1. petnating Sabbath schools, those nurseries I to correspond with the How important to acenstom ourselves to see
for the wind pouring in at door and window, a . as 1 I rain ie and fountains of su .1 to the Church *- I * regard to t C. = =1 . i .1 ..1 1 them as
(there was but one of ea 1 1 ., would p ty pp y <1 = 1 -* Ilook l epository i = i. I ri . 1. I 1 = .= Had the
have edified him and his I can- If you move into the Eastern or Northern , wider cirleulation to our relig I a .. sal I == = I lessing, we
not be worship-it is only an attempt at it. part of Texas you may expect to have more or Resolved 3d. pThat while we are convinced Illouroo, N.C., was selected as the place of may question whether this would have been the
And then, in that same one-windowed, one- less chill and fever. I am satisfied the S. W. tained in the meeting for the next District Conference, one desired. To bless you, by removing the
doomed house, you sweltered under a perspiring portion is more healthy-perhaps as healthy as retqiplineho mebead i stration can be After the usual complimentary resolutions to diseases which weigh down thecorruptible body,
sermon in August. Give us doors and windows, any part of the world. effected only by hearty eration with the the people of Wadesboro' for their unbounded to bless you, by dimimshing the labor which
light and air in summer-put glass in your "How about the prairies ?" Well, some would .at the art of theeo 1.. .. I .. I mination for the the necessities of life require, to bless you, by
windows, make the walls tight, and if you can- not live there on any account. Others would mx es3o 4th. That by th aid of Divine r ** I .- e .. 1. I > the public au- making less self denial requisite, and more in-
not afford a store, you can be tolerably well live no where else. You are used to plenty of -11 ly full to th rt house and to dulgence allowable-these, perhaps, would be
situated for an hour in January. Get the stove wood and water. I think likely you would feel grace, we wa gave ourse es more y e the Secretaries of the meeting, the Conference natural thoughts or wishes. But the thoughts
if you can; your Sunday-school can go on then more at home in the timber. The prairies are cultivation of personal piety, and to the general adjourned, after a business session of three days. of God "are not as our thoughts;"and He "bar-
in the winter. Make comfortable seats. It is | considered more healthy. pro ti of te" CG ch meeti the L. as . - ... I ing raised up His Son Jesus, sent Him to bless
hard for one to double over a puncheon to rest "Well, would you advises to move to Texas?', ng is -
the spinal column, when very little expense and I am not willing to take that responsibility law of the Church, we acknowledge the obliga- bath. While the Conference remained in ees- .. I li .. = ** * I .-
a little labor would put a back to the seat. You might be dissatisfied and blame me. There tmn anidn r ourselves to hold them as the sion there were religious services, morning, af- .. -I .11 1 1 .. & -. e
Make the preacher comfortable. Many of our is plenty of room here for you. A great deal 9 ternoon and evening, at the Church, and on the work to effect which the Saviour came. '2
pulpits are, as a little girl said of one a short of Texas is settled up senatily; that is, settled sAnnAru sonoor.s. Babbath at both the Methodist and Baptist introduce a new and different law, as -1
tiine past, "a dairy." Before you build yours, in spots. You will find many thick neighbor- The Committee reported that there are within Churches 3 also at the court house for the color- could be served with half a heart, with nob a
get a pattern from the most comfortable in your hoods and then miles of open country. This the Wadesboro' District eighty-six schools for ed people. The attendance was large on every share of obedience as men might choose to pay;
circuit. Let it be low enough; tall men will gives school and church privileges, and the open whites, and three thousand two hundred and occasion and much interest manifested in the not to atone for tranagression unrepented or for-
certainly see over it, and we, of small stature, country around gives abundant range for stock. thirty-six pupils. Ten colored schools and four meeting. The introductory sermon was preach- asken; but to restore men to love, and service,
won't have to be blocked up to the book board. The sumner range is splendid and when the hundred and ninety-five pupils, ed on Wednesday evening by that venerable and favor of their Creator, by turning them
Your church should be large enough to ae- winters are mild cattle can live in the woods. Resolved 1st. That endi Superintendent be servant of the Church, Rev. T. R. Walsh. The away from those iniquities which separate them
commodate your Sunday songregation. Many If people can have plenty of bread and a lit- required to present an annual report of his preaching elected earnest attention from the son- from Him. May is be our daily consera and
build without any reference to the accommoda- tle meat for use in the winter, a few cows and charge, embrading the number of pupils, condi., gregations. On Sunday morning, the Rev. F. aim to secure that blessing for ourselves!
tion of the people "at the quarterly meeting." calves will put them through the summer. I tion of library, and whether the books of our M. Kennedy, P. E, delivered a powerful dia. [Arehbishop Summer.


Dissatisfied with the Pastor's Balary. briety is exceedingly doubtful. We warn our
There is, in the West, a Church noted for its readers, especially our young friends, from these
fickleness in reference to its pastor's finances.- indulgences. If you need stimuli do not use
A correspondentofthe Evangeliatthuserposesit: those of the difiesible sort, when agy others can
The pastor can hardly say, as Jacob said of be substituted; and if you have contracted the
Laban, "Thou hast changed my wages ten habit for strong drink, die of colic or asythung
times." But four times in ten years is enough. else rather than resort to so perilous a remedy.
First $250 was added to the salary, then $250 The habitof tipplingisformed by repeatedly tak-
more. But that did not satisfy them, and pres. ing a little something for some real or smagmary
eatly they added $500 more. And yet, not disorder; and when the habitis formed itra
content, at the last annual meeting another next to impossible to break it. It is so in
8500 was voted. And all the time there everything, but especially so in this particular.
seems to be great uneasiness about his finances; There is a suggestive sonnet which shows the
for his people have a habit, when he is about to power of habit:
take vacation, of voting him a couple 1 e.. .. 1. I ,
in consideration of getting rid of his a
six weeks. Moreover, about Christr. -- 1- . ,.,
articles of furniture, that could never a '
down the chimney, find their way ints r. *

no o Ith3 o r artic ,w /=
gratulation that, when opened, sh<- 3 .is .
okAn a es long harm a er ars, [Nashville Christian Advocate.
that one, eating of the bread thereof for so long
a time, almost feels himself in the succession.- How Drunkards are Made.
Besides this, certain unaccountable enlargements | The Pall Mall Gazette says: The Lances
of the wood pile have been known, that, consid- has raised its voice, certainly none too soon,
ering thernice ffuebshowherest exttronj iance sinsedthe linorneasin i inuesely re re

thlat comes offs a eas welleans Jacob did eshnseathe pe xcion a f tip in 15

A Seene in an English Church. ry us chart cefo I ed, no must
Some two weeks ago, the Bishopof Salisbury, from direct al ion to them, he allowed to e s
holding his triennial visitation at Bridgeport, aider themselves exempted from its strictures or
delivered a charge in which he vindicated the unconcerned in its Trarnings. Everything in
following doctrines: modern customs tends that way-the large wine
1. That certain men have had entrusted to glasses in use at all dinner tables; the introdue-
them by God, as fellow workers with Him, su- tion of amiable alcoholic drinks; the fashion of
pernatural powers and prerogatives. 2. That moselle cup as an adjunct to
God had been pleased to give these, His minis- ten table, and at the buffets of
ters, the power of so altering the elements of evening parties, where girls, heated with danc-
bread and wine as to make them the channels of ing or fevered with their constant round of ers
conveying to the soul for its subsistence the re- citement, may be seen swallowing glass after
freshing body and blood of Christ. 3. That as glass of these tempting and fallaciously cool
Christ, the ascended Lord, is ever pleading, so bevera lace of the lemonade and
the clergymen, Bis ministers, plead on earth which f rPy suiBeed for their refresh up,
that which he pleads in heaven; and 4. That But has the faculty, as is is called, nothing a
God, who alone can forgive sins, hath delegated answer for in promoting the present state of
to them, Has representatives, the power and au things ? Children are now given, by the "do>
thority of expressing to those fitting to receive tor's orders," an amount of alcohol which would
it the pardon of their slus. have horrified their grand-mothers. The beer
During the reading of the charge, a rector, and port wine administered two or three times a
the Rev. W C. Templer, stepped into the aisle day at first disgusts, but soon becomes grateful
before the Bishop and exclaimed with much to them. Almost every one of us may plead
fervor, "I believe there is a time to speak and medical advice as the beginning of the habit.-
a stme to be silent; let those that are on the They say the modern type of disease is low -
Lord's side follow me." He then turned and that stimulants are requisite; and that whether
walked out of the church, followed by one of the they prescribe alcoholic ether or champagne does
church wardens. not much signify. Perhaps not in the physical
The Bishop was six scan rde Ndtthb atte p ot thie a eemoof neone im

: J. r *. I Beforeho had concluded as lavender, ether, etc., is not so great or con-
every church warden had left the church, and stantly recurring as that of wine or liquors,
there were manifest signs of weariness among which are offered and pressed upon us wherever
I I : I. afternoon the church war we go. Brandy now takes the place of sal vola-
3 a : a ,_ . and unanimously adopted tile in the lady's dressing-ease; and the proper-
an address totti dBishonpe an wh ahia wirtal e1test ag,]a cleanisli apgentapplicabi coe

the a 1 I I I .1 1 I I. to a lace flounce, are firmly impressed on the
to l mind of the waiting maid. We would never
all sound churchmen. speak but with respect of the noble profession
cannot be denied that the
THE BIBLE WoMAN or ST. Glas.-In the lean assailing some of its more
month of June, 1857, Mrs Ranyard, a lady !'fashionable members is that of following
who had just come from the country to reside rather than leading the inclinations of their pa-
in Tondon, had her heart deeply affected by the tients.
misery which met her alghtas she walked, on an
errand of benevolence, through the narrow and Fromthest Louis Advocate,
filthy region known as St. Giles. Believing that I
the circulation of Bibles would lead to good even Death of Rev. Wm. Holman,
there, she employed a very poor but well qualified Rev. Wm. Holman, familiarly known in Ken-
woman, living there, as a Bible visitor in the tucky as "Father Holman," died on the 1stinet.,
neighborhood. She spent part of each day in at Centerville, Indiana, aged 77 years. Father
Bible work alone; selling Bibles by weekly sub. Holman wasa Methodist preacherfifty-six years,
scriptions of one penny to those who conid not He joined the Conference at Louieville-then
pay at once; reading the Bible and praying in the Ohio Conference-fifty one years ago, and
the homes when practicable. She could find was nearly thirty-five years a resident of Louss-
her way down into the dark, damp cellar; up villewhere no man was more extensively known,
1 ,, ,, .. =1 miserable attle; into the and no minister was more frequently found at
1 . 1. I 11 - 5 the dens of vice; from the bedside of the sick, in the lowly homes of
room to room of the crowded tenement houses. the poor, or an the house of the mourning. In
Doors always before barred to missionary or dis- Louisville he established the Brook Street
trict visitor who had been courageous enough to church, was pastorof 1' I
attempt to enter them opened to admit this was presiding elder o: =1 L ..
plain, kindly mannered, middle aged woman, of and was many years in charge of "Seaman's
their own social class; and her ready tact and Bethel." During the fifteen years he served
quiet persistence soon disarmed the very few the church in other parts of Kentucky, in the
who attempted to molest or hinder her, early days of his minIstry, he was instrumental
Then she looked into the cases of the suffer. in the accomplishmentof great good. He filled
ing and distressed. Soon she gathered little several of the most important charges, and was
meetings of poor mothers into her own poor but held in highest estimation by the people whom
neat and comfortable room, and read the Bible he served,
and prayed with them, and taught them how to Father Holman died as he lived, in the faith
improve their own homes and food with their of the gospel and in hope of heaven. When
-- Mrs. Ranyard bought material interrogated as to his hope for the future, short-
I with her help Marian cut out ly before his death, he said, "I know whom I
the garments and taught the poor mothers to have believed. There is not a shadow between
the mother.' mootics, to metro them for them. me and immortality, eternal life He was at
I < them at the times delirious, but his was a religious delirium.
cost price of the goods, paid in small weekly He fancied himself at church, holding religious
sums Clean, whole garments soon induced a meetings. A few evenings before his death he
desire for elean homes in which to wear them, rose from his bed, and said, "Friends, I am
and a bedding club was added to the clothing hoarse, but the services must be held. We will
club. sing the following hymu," and then proceeded
to repeat, without halting or wavering, the 706th
A MISTAxE.-An Irish laborerwhohadonly hymn:
it r ] i I 1 ] all
,

entered it, and a ed to see a pr est. A ben v- After he had repeated the entire hymn he
oi i 1 .1 epped forward, and pronounced the benediction, turned to his bed,
a : 11 . that profession._ smoothed his pillow, lay down, and an a minute
" Are you a Catholic priest ?" asked the Irish, was sweetly sleeping. The scene was a most
man. I am," was the reply. Then I want solemoly impressive one.
to go to confession," said the man. By all The division of theMethodistChurch in 1845
means," said the clergyman, and Patrick was was a grievous event to Father Holman, but he
shown into the vestry, where he made his con- adhered to the church South. The events of
feasion and obtained absolution. Coming away the past several years made their impress on our
from the church he met a fellow countryman, church in Kentucky. A number of our influ-
and steered nto onversation with him, stetin ential preachers < 3 tl connection with
us, entered the I r 1to, I p. .1 and
il .. ** ** = = 1. and identified themselves v. It a s. .= I that
that the one to whom he had been to confession church in Kentucky.
had no confessional, but heard his penitent in In October last Father Holman located from
i 1 .ave him absolution the Louisville Conference, and in March beenme
I hman was not a lit- a superannuated member of the Kentucky Con-
, I I made the new ar- ference of the M. E. Church (North). Father
raval show him the church to which he had Holman was seventy-seven years old, and Influ-
been. This was done, and Pat, to his horror, ences were brought to bear upon him at that
discovered that he had been to confession to a advanced period, which bore him from us in
Prot form, but really he remained with us in spirit.
in , He continued to speak in the most exalted terms
di not proceed, as he at first intended, to as- of our church; he maintained the most kindly
,, relations with us, and reJoaced at eyesy indrea-
,, tion of our prosperity. He continued to be
, visited by our preachers and people, and had
formal assurance that he would be treated as in
other times, on entering our churches.
yet heard. Duringhierecent illness in Louisville he made
arrangements for his funeral services and his
burial. He requested Dr. Linu to preach his
TIPPLING* funeral, nod that the funeral services should oc-
We fear that not a few professing Christians enr at the Broadway M. E. Church, South.
are in the habit of tampering with ardent spirits, While in Indians he repeated the request stated
under the plea that a httle will do them good- above, and was urgent that his wish should be
their stomachs need it-and the like. By indul- carried out, saying he wanted to be buried by
atasteforliquor, and among his own people.
appetite that impe The moraleffecttothedetrimentof our church
riously demands gratification. In this way, from his union with the M. E. Church (North),
before they are aware of it, they become regular was all efaced by his dying requestto be buried
tipplers, eats, drunkards. It is sometime before by our people, and to have his funeral services
they get under the table or into the gutter- celebrated in one of our churches. In compli-
perhaps their soexal connections keep them from ance wsth his request his remains were brought
that degradation-but they are drunkards, new to LouisVille, and on Sunday afternoon were
ertheless. There are many respectable men, and conducted by the Masonie Fraternity to the
Christians, too, who have switched of on that Broadway Church, which was crowded to its ut-
downward grade-their rotarn to a course of so. most capacity. Its spacious yard was thronged,


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Vol.xxx.No.85


AUBURN COLLEGE.
There should be no questionas to the support
and development of Auburn College. The we

andau rneJrarticularly t a nal I becoAes,
so that those who voted, and who ultimately
protested against use reception of the College by
the Conference, can now rally to its anpport. The
not session of use Montgomery Conference will
be held at Opelika, in the vicinity of Aubury,
and all the local fri :- I as e. . eanbe
present with those : .. 1, "ri I a claims
and interests can be fully considered, and aplan

0 eddebqy hich the at inan etesm2
I Between this done and that let every preacher,
trustee and lay delegate take the burden upon
his mind and heart-invoke the guidance of
God, and come up to Conference prepared to

rr ounselou this most vitaland important
, Let the following plan, among others, be con-
5 Presiding Elder be consti-
,. within the bounds of hisDis-
trict, and procure subscriptions, and snake col-
lections. Thus the whole Conference Territory

n bade iceeud t n hnestt o
pressed upon every community.


a ad t een
quarterly Conferences by each Presiding Elder,


tth Iriur aff no t.-5
he behind any other in any respect-nor must



" I -
in the students.

Five Poplars, Augu 186 OTTRELL.


We have 'GLa id ngD NGr the "people of
God," everywhere. The weekof prayer recently
--7 0 by the ministry and membership of

lishops the"hurch, bSout robdu jdvic o 6
still producing good results. At St. James'
Chu ch in this eity, there have been for two
progress. By the
Geo. H. Pattillo,
a ent o Emory


I a large congregations which
attend the night services, prove the interest
that ha beenaawakened.duTh mo ningl prayer

attended. At both meetings, the altars crowd-
ed with anxious penitents, seeking the pearl
I . I . .. **ze assistance
= = * c. I a have prov-
1 . 1 al in their own
churches,
The good work goes on. A happy, obeering
1 --eo influence pervades Asbury Methodist
:, where the Rev. Caleb Key is minister-
ing in heavenly =1 ** aite a number have

conu glteoet of duty, h and as m y
revived.
God s Spirit seems to be moving upon the
arts the p pfee t etspa e

. 7 .. i . .1

me I
I .- season of grace. Sins
ners! let it not passunimproved, lestin nu hour,
i ,, 1 _, ,,8 conudmaybe forced

not saved."-Christian Messenger, Augusta, Ga.


FoAs Sshso a p aronA 8 andD and
orphans othdeec sed prene rs, Domestic Mis-

so e announ 800& dedt.together and the
a win 1 to scots and station is expect-

\\c ley Obapel Ariver, 8 100
Trainty I hurch a too
Covengton and Oxford et, 100
11arietri and Acworth,

0 er et .. OO
awr not 110 et ,

< tau t et ,
owner pring cr ,
Atlautu et,
Ib Act four turbs of the amount to elected

D n/l t, re at r, udgu t ,
no at Coven too, Ga, he remainder ake to
Conference, where at can he divided

a Da< el r rt, don E tkul act so < re
y, .4 st the does not meet tbc claim,
he up no her lefore ( onference
Unr J hop<, super. r:Guates, widows, orphans
and 11 on uses must not suffer, wht!st God is
h:
AM EN H .ban


the Charleston Distrzet Meeting
W.;l be he:J at Cross Swamp Church, St.
D.srthahusew a et Hubop .John }.:.aly of l a.,
pressing )Be moraductory sermon will la


Thosur .ud J legates from Charleston and
other pance ni:end ng to go by Radread should
*)ve a two otme)1:ej n < en b\ r d di r

insect to 16< Thow J Olyde, .11sdway, a C.
Ihis should be none promptly, as postal com-
ownseation is only weddy

th
ar:vited to parnespatein the proceedings
Aug30-Ult FA 31000, PE


Lumpkin DistractI'zhleetsug, Change of

The 1.unspkin Do tract Meeting will be held
at ( urbbers. conumetering Wednesday night
. my rn egates are earnestly re
present at the opening of the lects P

N II-Thethren frarnests: ce v on eat
to al)terni, sI pl., lb ful sur 02... ro IG.v.



Nottoo
.Luy of the preachers of the North or South
es that have not recened

that at once "< will please a to one Mr
31ucou, Ga

Distrset and Camp-Mootings for the Sa-
vannah Distract
Tbc De treet meetung for the Savannah Drs-
Irict, South George ( onierence, will be had
rn councetion wub the camp-mecung, at Tay-
lornereckearap proundLibertycountyGeor.na,
cannuencing Thursday evening.October 17th
A coup noting well also be hell for the
Louisville Larcuir, at Mount Mc-lah, common-
I i a her 27rb

t 0 try,7ou nt

also, a camp meeting ^or the iterdayalle Or-
eat at the new crap ground in Tatuall county,
conenencoug Thursday evousng, Gotuber 10th

th bluesour d others are invited to attend all
N li.-The place for holdsag the Dutriot


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and thousands probably went away who could without hesitation, that if our denominational
find no entrance, while several hundreds, if not colleges should cease their work, very few eds.
thousands more, thronged the cemetery in ad- cated men soill ever come into the ministry.-

, : a t 8, State Colleges never have given, never will give
oration, in the course of which he gave a sketch many young men to this work. Methodist
of the life and charneter of the deceased. He must be content with an uncultivated ministry
was aided in the services by Reva. R. Deering, throughout all her ranks, almost without excep.
Thomas Bottomley and W. H. Anderson, of
church. Else pecial friendafor many years of the tion, if she give up her Colleges-or let them
departed The occasion was one of great sold languishtoextinction. Oncefromdoubt of the
enini e Ltmeral procession was one of the advantage of having educated preachers, she
*-sessed in this might have done this with little regret; but

a mile low It was the voln arv eriune rly | eince she has learned that education gives pulpit
respect and effection for a faithful minister of power and influence without destroying Metho.
Jesus, in which all denominations were repre- distie zeal and revival energy, and without
sented. All ranks of society were there from making one less acceptable as a circuit preacher
the humble poor to the most favored sons and or a presiding elder, she would feel it a sore

fe Ter th lar nu ra nmoof calamity to lose the source of supply for the fu.
of his labors among them in other years, and ture of such men as she now finds in her itiner.
under circumean es far different from the pres, ant ranks. But she will loseit, unlessshekeeps
ent. Father ilAnan requested his wife-the her Colleges alive. Hence, they must be sus.


tained.


BOUTIIERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.


though we greatly regret to have to refuse the Past Day-B. C. Conference. on the tree, his sad, pale, Llood-bedered face, ful, chaste and appropriate speech, and was re-
requests of friends, we do not know how we To ePreshersof SouthCarounconference, 100killg down on his mother and the beloved ceived and res onded to in afew very appro
oould answer the complaints of many other Dear Brethren:-Your attention is called to disciple, he exclaintedt" Mother, hol th on priatheerenthurks at 1 'li 011, both men ers
friends whose wishes, under like circumstances, the following resolution passed at the last Con- M db athy notice, "My God, y Goedn Father Bodile, a venerable pa r in the
have not been met, because we must be governed ference- why hast thou forsaken me ? and gave up the church, who bore it at the head of the pro
by rule in matters of this sort. There is noth. "Resolved, That the first Friday in April and I .= -- *I I-- *= cession, attended by two beautiful young ladies
ing under the sun so perplexing to the editor of September be set apart as days of fusting and I I . . r r. I I as ascist na. The whole procession then
who h laree list of sub. prayer, and that upon those occasions speelal singing
religious paper, as a = supplication be made to Almighty God for the Having furnished the evidences of the Sa- = 1. I - ** banner-
scribers, as to hold the proper mean between ai ..- F His Spirit upon tbo church and viour's love, and the duty and necessity and bearers, the chaplain, the speakers of the day
desire to gratify surviving friends and a sense of I .. . out additional laborers into his felicity of reciproeating it, the Christian orator superintendents, etc, with different and appro
duty to readers generally. It can be done only, r 2 F. A. Moon, przate banners for each class-on one, Search
if done at all which is doubtful, by having Secretary, a reut]Serip roe ,"8 sk a" Inquire after
rules and rigidly adhering to them. We should ulterior overthrow--consignment to eaverns of Marincre," ** Little P Igrimy' Littl .
feel ahnost that the millenial is approaching, if Change of Time of Conferences- remorse- sters," Food my Lambs," ete ; then usarchinR
those who furnish this classof writings would be into the large church, two elegant addresses
brief, remember our rules, and do us the per- AIr. Editor: Many of the preachers have were delivered by A W. Kennon and Jesse
sonal favor of never soliciting us to make an ' I' I cannot afford the thintest idea of the word- ePaan maa le t Thep r whagal
exception to them in their favor. Such requests 1 I 1 .. : portraiture of splendid dinner was prepared al . of
are always a source of painful embarrassment North Ga, Nov. 27th. .1 Lord com- the neighborhood, which was 1 "'
to us, especially as we cannot write many expla. Florida, Dec. 6th eth," shall be hurled over the celestial battle- by the schools, then by the vast concourse
nations, in every case, which, were they made, South Ga., Dec.11th ments, "with dreadful ruin and combustion" persons present; and after all had eaten, the
would perhaps satisfy our friends that we are Aug. 23-3w. G. F. Pine" down crowd again repaired to the church, when ad
doing right. New Advertisements the b e a 3 f tas a and

A Sunday-School Gonvention. WESLEYAN FEMALECOLLEGE.-Observe the ed ereserches closed with a rtahnat crow e rtCl -st It AlesI cho nrd


Co ve on ideogg urth a unday-schoot wmilvertisementina tboodaadndti 1 e a to p a at hee ice a adore h stol esju d cei
tron. t on pronounced and the crowd dispersed, all to


o e se me ed3 nuTet one deEncofl flye flou b ,eatredmanyhearestruggles. I veto aopro a 0 sde und
provision for the holding of such Conventions. Price. See advertisement. el d eedxten ly, d ebee at he
1Ye see in the Richmond Christian Advocate an THE ROGRBY SCHOOL.-Mr. J.S. Newman is
account of such a meeting held in Richmond. successor of that popular teacher, Col. R. 31 songsters in ravanise II. P. WAvon
A large number of delegates were present, and Johnson, at the excellent school in Bishop Its present pastor, Rev. DandHaaar is a Gene a Ot.,Mon/Uomery Con/, Aug.?, '87.
the Convention was organized by the eketion of Pierce a neighborhood. Sco his advertisement. my own, was pov-

c stahry oflieg eaknASls1 p ta e rat 0 e k. Boee is resumes ope- rty and toil. In his young days, he gave his ATLANTA DISTRICT.

o en 0 as e es w coA E Ra ve ste e .Akrander, Burke at c ersuj a fr nablads anyerh db j I c a e r

to this noble work. A society was formed, and J. W. BURKE & Co. ofer some Areto Books- cation to God! at the a tar and here (at Sandy Spring Camp.
R. D. WALKan & Co., Savannah, can be safe- O Christian minister! Christiaq members. I . g, with 29
a constitution adopted, of which the principal ly commended for giving enduring monuments o g ,, , ' ve
The society will be styled the Virginia Sun. HunT & Lum.ow, Savannah, have clothed one all etionate, beseeching look. How much abouto100 additions to the church in Yellow
day-achool Society of the Methodist Epiecopal many, but desire to clothe yet others, is lost to the church and to the world, by not Itiver circuit during last quarter, and more than
Church, South, with the objects of fu 1 ing saenfice. What that number in the Atlanta circuit, not incluel
Sunday school influence by collecting 1 2. JEsvers & Summ, Macon, propose to rn- unreservedly conse the above These meetings are uttended 1
ina oer ays hp t a bee ar loc 8 e d pl scotton crate pun nt twictions, and clear, satisi:ietary


troned The society is to consistofthe Sunday --- -- - tentio * ** the ministry. I
schools and Sunday school societies of the Vir- plotnad, he has Libered 1 1 Very truly yours,

sheC 2 onu r esdof Off$ OR HC$. up do nicabysb Ia lbteen conferred upon hint II. J. ADAMs.
State of Virgin\a. The officers consist of a I am painfully apprehensive that Dr. Harri- ----
president, ten vice presidents, a secretary and an son ,, . 1 1 I Jacksonville (Plorida) Conference.
nasistant, a corresponding accretary and a treas- A Sabbath in Atlanta. hear Mr. Edetor: T. . ,l 1 -
urer, all to be elected at the annual meeting I was stationed in this city in 1854. Bishop subject of Lie almost idolatrous devotion. I ing convened at a I
There shall also be an executive committee of Andrew dedicated Wesley Chapel that year- visited his my recent continued in sessi, = s .. ..
twenty-five members, which will hold quarterly How fortunate and blessed it is with such a pas- sojourn in II = his book'> 3d inst., Rev. J. B. Jackson, P. E., in the
1 The constituent schools tar as the Rev. Wrn M Crumley Purdon in his accustomed arm-el air, I always found Chair.
=1 = nake quarterly reports of me, Mr Editor-you must allow me to think him. His harningin 1 10any important measures, affecting the -
statist as o the society through the executive and write somewhat singularly. I am no ful- -with 1 terests of tbc church, were brought before a
some adulator. "I would not flatter Neptune I learn I = his ]lfe is a com body and discussed, as we believe and trust to

th o rrolgard to Sunday- coho I instructions of for his tride Itdn is los To asp peop 1 the Lord Jesus, who cannot receive a Oh, "Let not your heart be troubled He an interesting revival, in which many were con-
. That we deem this work one of way great unrited compliment from a sincero friend, with presented a beautiful and touching exposition averted, the church revived, and sixteen persons
amdpo e anadp tthba it i ddjefleet ebc depn-ebae out being. inflat ds wank broth hadb trer of tissehunmtalli dt edaide i odd oftobj, church, whi 0 ei litatpwie re-
felt or manitasted on this ubject, and it is to be occasional correspondent should wntesorne kind, of the *- 1 Christian Merchul ice have received this for. Some of the features
hoped th .1 .1 .1 r .. socia encouraging things about his strugghne, inapov Jesus i.turons privilege-will of the revival were, that many who were in the
tion the 1 = thas enshed, consecrated brothers in the ministry it be my heaven thered lot, when my old, ach enurch unconverted, received pardoning grace,
work which have been withheld, and to a con- Let an old man have his own way a bit, as the ing head shall press.the dying pillow, to listen and of those who joined the usajority were set.
de e extent embarrassed it, will be removed; good Bishop Capers would say. Be assured I to some pious clergyman read the sweet, last ut tied in life, and some of whom well advanced in

Resolved, That we earnestly recommend that don t mean any harm.T I 1 rly minis- anp ol Jesus, "Let not your heart be trou years. JAMEs P. DEPAss.
Sundayachools for the instruction of colored try. : a ...r. * powerry, Our tears flowed profusely, as the mellifluous
people be established wherever and as soon as ove = 1 I -without voice of the herald fell upon our cars, simply, Pleasant Grovoct.,S.C. Conference,
practicablee.question of the qualifications of autu Ice d t yToadvants;ss---what ekupton le tra ingbomist tue w zedtj To tins la r acSni Ilyobs v:dajtthr

teachers, 160 following was passed: 4, .rr lo dojl a et 1 1 v t t pslietid stal)1the)el rdchbes

, ', ,, ,, Divine Master. Will he over be f monon in and God-in the bowers of a naranth-on the the member hip. As the result, we are able ro
, , , , S avann ah guarantee success to ti work 0 ad rl e Isr-c simulane, hterding it em ever i nt in is k< 1\c by ( .ol at night was crowded fron' th ( he .1 1 b. I. wl re I ren b or
upon sure that she olh<.ers neal readers at ) on (.od a brain a he who puse d J.-r 1 yr a Ig." II..r> re due ] a > the Chaub, n*, J .2
il:w .... 1' tails.l that we s!uuld seemly 100 i.er lio.Land preached from 5 main
a inly serve to explan and du have Jnvene I I rottur eru.nley an.e 1 i.:q.ws, l-threrse I I 0 t J. c.ra br re etner .Web
ruth, ami they should:*peelally udy :mi to iy the re; nw hotond "--the p irine as oc 1, we aea * I * I ts r wil

pr< sching nizbtly to help.,ms v siny i.e.,d awl b. .rt th ines oz. the monarch la art. rl'" 1 I t!w men r 1. ( c or ts

are at .< w y tearl to 11 1. su. owhed, weeping orphso .ur hears my heart, the)worki h Inod v. I ard wick.0-wl a no !.) the who e 12 1 ( her he uIb
\s to "what are the Inst booke to be a ed to.t the fall b f the ( s .nel <].ad m:o a bone The genel our nrund la no n was no at
'fhe 14 l i< h I 4 proved conn or r:es . s.:h, aon e: th:.il prewher beid up el c govel roarror We looked It a)l;.rl in f k.
and queerson 6..., as rosy be maci ), the 5,
church c.irechant and hp re book wk such a at and rears-1 esy, are ye surg r: e] '

] r 3 ba it no tr< 1 to / tur sl arid b eve scan.) 1 trueis: w hear -ha born rhe I.;.s of she smok, s:Tering a n v ab at on bu S.abbatn he all no ed hen -- J a nl., we ashionah 0, sett powed, dancing,
Resolad, That it be recolumendwl that wered ] could still hear the echo -1 his s rs, ye uravan
geography, web sustable n..ps h< made a sub realations as I becued to be a yet of careful andy us our liabl< t .re a mysurmus God Iad la n am awin ye event on <,f ... I rs : .:.. b .1.. t o.u s, a.:er la 4
As to re ponedulity of parenr<. and the a e aded fr I 1 1 1 how can ye owcape the damnauen ef

i toot I 1 y the les rue >ro 1 st 1 1, wlen.n, tearbed red p .0 in -- no a r v.:cr than that more pointcal J.r a :,,.1 T 1\
ren, the Contention say I .. ab s nicea e-,wthl, at artim, a enue rhe new bath the sp r on 1, Il'" 8 land re/n rui to ,s
Rev hed, That the responabilley of the nor IIveklah es thy lup a u a opened th an 0;, on tp and ulamous amoung of Juldren rats pr n : y shea site Ah, Mr Inor you wen!l hate I ap

md oils rb ticent)pare "pr e d a 1< sisrred willbsure "ut ray unt r, I mi 0 in 003 eque id / a and le ch:m n Uled up a the a antendents
their obhgations a who e or an part. be d re heart and with lap, I di et ny house n or r a rt trl. tr
fl 1 1 1 as simply ona r The yount are r and day nosat down-the ecov< e Th. e no fu Ir tre

lions traman and ther scent li cr v el, 11 ega ne tril oliand n Keinue --- jset is ve de 1. d :
^ <1 .1 ft th I 0 upon as, r
5arenric t entist rate drour, a lan are s e 1 ^ .el r sinpre musef f liacut it ori\ I ort .-1 -
age their children to love, obey and pl< so ther in. IMine blaster And n he ..te ] .shop n all teacher, usest bent in the taly or their 10 soule wrole in a letter to the cloquent John 1 its we ll dear IIrelber and ider Hollarnt at d Surr. on a of we prop ore

ole torce r)h r n to 0 at endanj),uber a in belitl when h wa leab n amir liverend on [--re gretful are we all, that address to rn< '. le be who a bri ]
enrered. keep them at the Fam iar school to the in nonal, that ury an
latest period of their control mer them, not out you, but on cut .de of L la w
uphold the had school atithorit:e in 15< repd a ro; young brodicr feels II.. 2:::.- in man ine kind, the ITeenanate il., b..u r, the na.. et "lennReJobis and
enformannt at J empline Richly baprized with the ifall GIo spot ws:) 9:10 1 .0 no rdial r:p-4 yet, Rican e tend t th b or the yrace
Re aed, That the:-abirnh school c use, 13 tang Lansell, badme beblind the c b 1 be i bu is 01 ishr on I 1i." It ^ul by 1.0 pop b n no

a eni u cr: tile a rate n art as low not the :n in..ve. Ima as a good pine to undre a "r r el I church or she 2, ine and when the v ce of God, unr Ib try ( le nda of the
ps,,; ,#, that the parents and enardians, by urh.s I cannot analyze that scan a 1 < mu 1 < 8 cholar 1\c 1 ed > at I oniention
their ird uence ami exansple, are capable ..Met alter .x (unt concepoon of the v oron rhin held f >r a.: rent ob e to lve afull
.all orher persons at eccurin p:uspenly and ing, I love the ,iPp report from 1:0, j
aff. en< to I in a the on on of this a phr c allay such a poor, bel worru,.,s 1. Ilini, ( b.arnan:

ty th at they houbt as Use pi.e-ricable enter Pinopriate at Wh sup at and. e us:ors ---- -- 1 : a noor ry

i alftwtre;u Htor frhe idnhachool, 0.4 ri a ye g cuipict \\ 0 tr iny .Ibsen .GwataSund y-)Schoo C to 1141, A ri vt r, 0 Covent, sk-The
or then lent rre themseke nre ]::th clus la rh w.e. < .}rjree j{ or 1. /< b. o lin31 n ere ra. as 8<\ \\m a so to
n pe < On n edt < 0 ad a at I fe rely Wh we bout n are -must I lu e n b n th.. country I or sons a Ad me on ur th al I / r

youth, by their <.xaruple as well as p crept a rhe hoperor of Frame ano the n.<,-1 watch.d, unne muluby scho I h pro a r and. e so. I on ni, re
labor so and love rbus great can it roll -wn. s the ;-un r = mula r the -up< c.n
.4 then, the love of wI{ I r.hts tr ri elbi (1. L al < .1 lim a rv I r de I as <
unw. Iinual accordin:tothe}!0.
11r of .11.i or wWeb many per s us so the neschborlead uni on ADm] vw
met, says My wife fell asleep in Jous ri neoush.r- The reset was, that the Rev It 31 H arr
morning at lot a clock Her life we one of b = ch.ol soon sw iled to over 100 students, and there had he a 1::m: man son and elev great atthenon, but the end was peaceful--in. hear n a about a so enth 0.0< the patrons and friends of levi been secured into the bach I lu re are
tunphant Mrs C has been a great of rer Ther = = the school der.runned to have a celchration on reall four candidiles Ir 0< ahmship
Death ww wher peat an Thousany triends on the Mount, when no t/Ind to 410 es and the it of an no, and on ye terday ruarrung opened tin wr renewed
ballas on the tinrue of the world a reden poun I 2: to elily hour th< proph. began to ru to by Bro II on learerwii 1 ic:t to bil tuy no
of our hereaved brother will surely reusember hear at when Ins sweet 117. gall-shlesic 1 co to wards the viourth to crowds mine in watone, peantant it cl e Cour 11.0 ::,7, but
Insu m be arliactionsat the thrunc ol grace prepare s plaeo lor you J ear dyne Lamb. homeback, and on icotal remen to J i!< pro po* s eal]
may a poor, bited ruendrunt Uke me, hope for I I ug, and intJdle oped- and greater on her of conu:uous .uul onellas
Tax fousern 110asso-The 11uled:cville an humble seat in your marmann I 1 hear it to welo Instreet Alecting held at Forsyth grew wro a Gerbscenane s melancholy earden, where gre a e unpa ,.1 of the whools a Pleasant thlI, 1Jaw
protracted meets;( there durag the following t lood drops comed from in pro trate form- link., and Clay thak The whole processon,
week We have learned that a rest work was ,ti.% 1 end et a rman wrw soluna a sis .nt. a a nNth sorr 1.: Ir nu tr ** *
us progresethere, though we have not heard the 11y woul is exceedug arrowful even unto whwhoand a the preece of a brge number for bu arver
result We learn, too, that revives are now in death 0 Vather, if t be posable let the cup or speer nor perhaps 1,000 in nil, the interect seven = 1 :. en El arch, in any
progress at sevesal p.unts-the roub t of the pass from me, neverthekss, not us I wd1. bur as my ceremony of a banner presentanon took work, -* In artinpayed Hs
services of the week of grayer If the thou wilt I hear the love of Chrs: an that place .L lan cand beautiful banner wub this so of many
church well come up ro duty, we shaH yet see ie y untle a cehey more wonderful dteplays oI Daysue power I hear it, when na excrematmg torture, hanging vented by .10ss &nose Crsetendon, an a beauti- blessed


GrifRn District Meeting,
We left Barneeville, where this Meeting was
hel oneFriidayai t-havingatten dtwo C

think that there were sixty or sweaty delegates

trome ec trey asingreateer sdorb a

eene e b vm Irico orwdi 1
Distrion, and the members generally, came to
gather in a good frame for a good meeting,
The business meetings were greatly blessed
by the presence of the Spirit. One afternoon
when the subject of family religion and family


edr tb at5
refreshing from the presence of the Lord
All the public services were well attended,
and all directed to building up the church and
to the conversion of sinners. The gospel, and
nothing else, was preached, and always with the
manifest presence of the Holy Ghost. We ex
pect to bear further accounts of great success at

ni" eting, ul ethuweather---w ich here is
----

Georgia State Educational Convention,
A number of teachers met in Convention in
Atlanta on 21st August, and organized a Teach-
er's Association for the State. The Constitution
provides as follows.
The name of the or anization is the Georgia
.
Teacher's Association. The initiation fee is
fixed at one dollar. Annual meetings tobe held
in Atlanta on the third Wednesday in August.
The oilicers are: a President, four Vice Presi-
dents, Corres onding Secretary, Recording See-
retary, and Tpeasurer. The Executive Commit-
tee consists of three, the President ex oficio
being Chairman, and the Publiention Comumtee
of three members. Any person engaged in
teaching may become a member by a vote of
two-thirds of the usetubers present, by ballot,
the paying of the annual tax of one dollar, and
signing the Constitution,
The Convention elected thefollowingothers:
President-Rev. II. II. Tucker, D. D. Vice
Presidents-Simpson Fouche, 1st; W. Leroy
Brown, 2d; J. M. Bonnell, Ud; G. J.Orr, 4th,

Recoirdin ecS 9 ..J neelan' en
R. C. Ketcham. Executive Columittee--ll. H.
Tucker, D. W. Lewis, B. Mallon. Publication
t'ornrnittee -11 II Tu Brown
The following are among the resolutools
passed
Resulted. That us theepanion of this A>soets
alon, it is just and we
w) or slI u e is lot {t r
of at ea to co na.au schoul edu at

that tan lai b ardd b ate tR
a = purse school
'. des re tIer moral and
satellectual elevann a the A c.e.n race in our

i ri p la I 1 tir in one by
km ad, That we cords ily approve at our
who tellow cir was enueto so the educerson
of colored persons, and promso to all such our


, ,, ,
then Assoc atson,
Re of That I ap

pants rdac al rgnal e any < 1 rebl bo I

in t p rl ul c ch her
the children in Georg s, and a so to in pure
whether it would be w so and expedient for the
Governmeat to pass an act to cutorce on parents
the dury of educattag their chidren


Event Eveownest Vrve-Frery week
aside a goodly number to the subscrshers to the
assueration 10 was monitoned at the 3bikdge
rate Distreet Meeting at l ureyth and eaglit or
tensubursher show what a hole off are male by a faced of obe
Collegewho we I interest housal in the schenw
can do May we not ad others to make an or
tort to get subscribers The scheme need nor
drug on through weary months Fuppo e now
that every ruember of the Conferences interest
ed should take it upon himacif to speak, during
the next month, to all humemberswho can and
ought to help old I:mory, and was] up as long a
its as he can obrate then the work can soon
be done What has been done is rruly encour
aging, but there is yet a lack al general active
ty I'olumbus, Augusta, Havaunal, ACanto,
Alacau, and Oriord, and its no bhorbeed-en
clui g Coverq:t u-ou it a to that

any one well tute the wed to had and cauram
the ebureb for them, it will be linesbed up very
speeddy lim issue well be done soon, however
it the coaster be 1010 ro individuals to volunteer
to send in their names Press of busine.w, Int-
gerfulnessincomenicoceofwringaktterjust
when 11,0 marror stratesthem, will excus, many,
who would subscribe freely to one aAnne it-
110 corumend these thoughts to the attennon of.
Our preachers lace tbc hst grow, by doubl"'S
eyesy week, and thcTrusteescan then carry for
ward their plans to consplenon
I R -Ser:ce the above was written, we have
recoved that capital *(irst so-calment horn Sa-
vannah ? bank on, ltro Wyou.
-- ------
Usetunsure ource air, -We have been
canpeded to return to our lormer ruit, not to
publish an obstuary which does not teach the
ATiec within three months of the death of the
subject Reach the once," we way, for some
appear after a longer lapse of unse, because we
are often compelled to iny thru over, from week
to week, for want of room We still occasion-
ally receive notices of those long dead, and


wife of only a lew months, who faithfully and
tenderly nui ed him in his allness-to have

la doonba; in tombstone the simple epitaph
were lies
usy us vi 3run xxx,




3dliqC.1 1.135 WRit'
ilACON, GCORGIA AUGUST
so,1867.


EDUCATION IN THE CHURCH.
It is now shout forty years since the Method.
ist Chur b in this country awoke to the necessity



rv v5 adoliquate nation for its
institutiono-beginning at the ground-which
should conspa with those long and favorably
known, with their thousands of attached alumni
using their influence for them. It had to ask
from private vtunileence for such endowments
as the State affe< ed to many of these Institu-
tions. It has b:d to contend with a narrowness

I wo att ivtisb 2 eidate y y t a
great results fro n small investments. And now
the war has strept away mueb of our educational
resources and left us, in the South, to begin our
work ar.cw. 11. may be worth while to inquire
whether the church is like to be profited by
doing it all over again. We can answer truly,
yes-and tentold more can and ought to be done,
if we woull measure up to our responsibilities
chumell
as a .
What has been done may be learned, when it
it is ascertained how many and what character
of educated men our Institutions have given to
the world-c pecially, given to the church. Let
it be noted, that that of these, hundreds would
never have won a College but for these denomi-
national inst no t 3htny Christian Fathers,
to sen a son to Col-
lege was to tend hun to ruin. Those in humble
circumstances believed that to place their sons
with the rich youth of the State, would ineva-
tably give thern "high notous," and lead them
to an exturagunce in dress and other things
that would empty the paternal pocket. But
when Colinges were erected, offiecred by men

c sknow- lec as rttpeeachers---wbo told
make Christinw of their sons, to get them into
and keep thous in the church of their fathers;
and when they enw, after a little season, that
this pledgo was being kept, and that these In-
stitutious were giving Christian graduates to the
country, Inuch of this opposition was broken
down, and buys received the advantages of a
Collegiate education, who would never other-
wise have olH ud e accisame factzebrought
a

purnine t toh Me sh aghtnhernsel t odp e
extravagance attendant on a course of study at
State Institutions, where the sons of the rich
were educated. And again: sympathy for, and
interest in, the church, brought patrous to her
Intitutions, that wanid never have patronized
any other. And yet fur her: a new agency in

ble fl ti ut is neat I at on w d th
erancy, who used an influence for their Church
Colleges, which, it is very certain would never
have been exerted to add many pupilstothoseof
the State. And besides all this: the example

e edp nott f a ighbone o on
family, and the cirele of the patronage of these
Institutions was constantly widening, where no
others would have found patrons. Thus, these
Church Institutions have brought a liberal edz
cation to Enudreds, who otherwise would have
been without it. And what has been will be
again. If thry are kept up, the history of the
past will be repeated with constant enlargement
for generations to come. On the prosperous
continuance of any one of these Conference In-
stitutions, the edaeation of hundreds of young
men depends.
Again; see the character and labors of those
thus educated, and the return they bave made
to the church and the country for all the expen-
diture in their support. 10very walk of life
holds these graduates-and by far the largest
number of thou are cificient members of the
church. Especially, what have they not done
for the education and the evangelization of the
country. Beyond aheomparison, they have dia.
danced the older illiktitutions in furnishing in-
structors tor the young, and pastors for the peo
ple. This is partly owing to two circumstances.

to dmuar e tih n d wa r dr
and adopted teaching, which they could enter
upon at once. The good demand in the South
for their services made it a paying profession,
and being in Itacif honorable and highly useful,
they have continued in it. Theirrehgious edu.
cationmadethelaststatedfacta.highinduce.
neent for both adopting and remaining steadfast
to this cathug
In tl le next plxce, this same religious edues
tion stunulated and kept alive the sense of a di.
rine call to the munstry so generdly felt by
enlightened young Obnetians-so often stilled,
as they grow up and begin to consider the en.
f hfia ible aim op
Ings o it is unposs ostto nurture
this feehug, ni such way as to have it overeeme
the powerful adverse toudencies in educated
young men, exmpt when every thing is favorable
to high religious culture-to a lively enjoyment
of religion-to an exercise of their inchoate
gifts,-conditions that are found only in a de-
nominational Ooilegemannedby thosewhethink
and speak alike on all religious questions, and
who consider that a good part of the work the
church expects theru to do, is to train and send
forth young med for the ministry. We say,








- ---P---~--~-- -- r --_ --


Mr. Editor:-Believing it the duty of every roREIGN NEWa-
member of ourri '- * I er es. Ananswants
allow me the p a 17enna, August 21.-All the of5cial journals
the "Endowment Association," and oblige, declare that peace in Germany is now secured.
Yours very truly London, August 21.-It is stated that Gen.
Jos. A. SHETYMAKE, Flirds 0 1 tib Span i"nrre ion, sup-

We join Bishop Pierce in the pledge above Kenna, August 22 -The organ of Baron
made, and would urge its general circulation, on Bubtasserts thatAad feasiveFalliance has
throughout the Conferences interested in the lissaid thatonthere.

exiLte and work of Emory Co mbus, Ga. ..anfth on r]?rance and
E. H. Myers, Macon, Ga. South German Confederation, under the head of
J E. Evans, Columbus, Ga. the Austrian Emperor. They have also agreed


8(. 9sth, in a isAs in I ea.
.J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga. -Eavaria repudiates the Salsburg treaty, re-
W. H. Mitchell, Macon, Ga faine to join the Southern German Bund.
W. F. Robison, Macon, Ga. 1 1 . provincenare under apprehend.
E. Saulabury, Macon, Ga ion of an insurrection, and have been declared

J 3 CSh m ers, Col m ., Conference continues to at-
Nathan C Barnett, 31illedgeville, Ga. trad tention la addition to the understand-
A. G. Haygood, Atlanta, Ga = 1 German Confederation,
Win.A. Wilson, AmeriousGa. == I II .ist interference in the
A. A. Adams, Eastern question. The South German States
Charles R Jewett, remain in the Zoliverein, while Prusala abides
Geo. G. N. MacDonell, by the Treaty of Prague. The Mexican quee-

. ._ i *=, Atlanta, troy was also conield ed see abodT

r la 31 us II, ... 31a n, Ga. protected at all I wards. In Mexico are to be
Wm H. Chambers, I Ga. The II Cab1
Armin as W ght, Augs Punta Rosa, Fla., 1 sand 22.-The HAVana


Geo Kramer, Madiso G and ey West Cable has been spliced and is
James R. Thomas, Oxford, Ga
bliss Ella B Lipaeomb, Athens, Ga.
John W. Simmons. St. Mary's, Ga. DomestioMarkets.
L. Pierce, Jr, Sparta, Ga. man, sr azemains
G. F. Pierce, Jr., NEw Y . . = .* --- I in

I brooks, dul110 0 1 4b; Southern dull d 10 9 65
lan turner, Talbotton, Ga. Ife 2 1Whea2t 11 and 1 r 1._ 1

A. Dudley Hammond, Forsyth, Ga. 67 to 70. Pork dull and unchanged. Lard
Thos G.deott, quiet,12}to 131. Turpentine 58 Cotton
J. T Lin, drooping. Sales of 500 bales at ST% to 28.
Alex M. Speer, BAvrmoRE, August 26.-Coffee quiet and
1 steady; small sales at 18e to gold. Cotton dull
I . Eatonton, Ga. --4 --- --li 1 Flour unchanged.
" aree; Red 2 50 to
a J ,an, Blonticallo, Ga. i... ,erranNITteas110W .

T J Howard, Colaparchee, Ga. 1 OS; Yellow I 15 to 1 16. Oats firmer .*
A. Parking, 58 to GO; inferior 41. Provisions firmer; buis
E. F Lawson. Waynesboro, Ga. shouldera l21; bacon do 131. Mess Park 23-
John P. Duncan, America, Ga. 50 to 24 00. Lard 13 to 13}. Sugar steady
James I. Snider Macon, Ga. WILMINGTon, August 26 -Spirits Turpen-
Alfred II. Colquitt, Newton, Ga. tine 521e. Rosin steady at 2 40 to 7. Im-
J. R. Danforth, Macon, Ga mense quantities of rain have fallen in the last

an s on, G fkew days its effect on crops is not definitely


Aue-u9 SO, 1867


meeting may beinconvenientand the time may
appear late, but it is the very best arrangement
I have been able to make under the circum-
stances. W. Knox, P.-E.
Aug. 25--37


EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION.
500 names warnn.
FriendsofEducation! Read the following
and espon withsn me and p st-oilice.

lost one hundred the
ment. Comparatively little is left, and that


I u th rh do
country alike demand it. We cannot afford to
do without it. We must have an able Presi-
dent, an able Faculty, more apparatus, more li-
brary-repairs are needed-a contingent fund

sanecessary to ge nd keep all these--we
"Nil despendum.n
I prooose a new plan: I will not ask for hun-
dreds or thousands-not now, perhaps never.
I do not want your capital; you can keep it.
I could not invest it satisfactorily if I had it.
Keep it yourself-trade on it-do the best you
can-bublewans. n , ..


ntE cr nA roe ,wnehea7n an 11
Oxford, have a speech, a grand celebration-

re tenea, r po e < enle ACol god
to sand) annuaal

o accept tl s proposition nd their names to
me at Sparta, or to Dr. E. H. Myers, at Macon.
No tooney will be asked for before January
next. The subscriber can pay quarterly, semi-
annually, or annual y, at his own convenience.

11stwTI d ello t lf t edCjill willqe
settledpwhen we o ani the Aoj ists of

r -to the friends
(1 F.1 ** .-': 2cation. Itisa
little up-Urade just now, but motion will over-
come resistance. Give us a start. The machine
will run, if you will push. One shove, my
friend, just now. There, that will do-thank
you. Dr. Myers will report progress through

theF.r ad brethren, if you do not rush to
my side, I shall be compelled to worry you with
line upon line. Be warned, and make haste.
G. F. PIEROE.
Sunshine, 22d July, 1867.

Dear Bro. Myers:-I send you the first in.
stalment of names, contributors to "Emory En-
wment Associatiton." I hope to get many

A. M. Wynn, ry Savannah, Ga.

en.es LPdarrison'
Chat A. MaGill,

I acuTs Ir
am C 1 In

A C.Miller, a





ogers, Youra &c1. M. WYaw



Dr. Myers:-I have the pleasure of sending
you thirteen names to be added to the roll of
thoEmoryCollegeEndowmentAssociation
Very trull ouNo L. G. HAnals

.. I EI AthensGa.


-- 189


SOROOL FOR BOYS Wesleyan Female College,
MACON GEORGIA.
HE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING PTJR-
we ecuTq0 or'sy wea, fill ... a Econ an man qTHIRTIETH ANNUAL SESSION

nth of August, . .,". .. ....

THE ROC K E Y SCHOO L, c.

Athis ResideneeTwoMiles from Sparta on theMilledg .. r
vxilenairoad e ar. brastreA.xrrotorinstrumeralanave
, use and tar scharariestrumentalusele.
r E. T. Crowe, Taher of Painting.and Austatantin
CHARGES FOR ANNUM SESBtoN.

. .


EACH PAYABLE IN ADVANCE





R ando I ph, Ha conCof le ge,
.

FITHE NEXT SESSION OF THIS COL-
,... we .... .. I. .

Ltlitt.I.S.

-:0:

SIXTY-SEVENTH ANNUAL i_ sp era

.0:-

HE FALL TIERM OF THE I its I.-1- ,,



term.



Athenson.Augu estw

Spartanburg Female College. BERLIN


IaUl.Pem


Situation TVanted,

S TEACHER, BY A GRADUATE OF
. , ,",
I


LaGrange Feanale College,
LAGRANGE, GA.
F HE EXERCISES OF TillS INSTITU-


a


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AT WHOLES AL EAND RE T AI L


At New York Prices.

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,
I-s.EID v as I.T.TDr.,o-wr,

"a congress and we st..vanan street.,
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By command of Brevet Major General Pope. much doing in cotton. Sales will not e. 2
M. C. Fulton, 8000 bales Lard 52s. Turpentine 80s. ,
Henry Hull, Jr., New Orleans, La- NEWS ITEMS. man Rosin Ts to 98; Medium 12s.
David C Barrow, Athens, Ga. New 39rk, Aug. 20-Tbc Commercials --- - BEST AND LATEST STTTES, ,
Marcellus Stanley special says Grant's administration of the War
John II Newton, Department is creating astonishment by his .

Ben 61 Harldeman rigid economy, and dismissal of superfluous

re I {, Lamar, at berfor n acAn -- 1
John W. Nicholson* ries. The boat capsized and a * . .

ungq L. G. Harris,7 drowned. BADEN BADEN TRUNKS,
Ga., Aug ashington, Aug. 21.-Ofl I Aug tr
the Kentucky election show ..... I . . er
Dr. E. If Myers:- Please add my name to a ... .. . N
that list-for endowing Emory College. Bishop
Pieree'aiplan is just the one for thledtirms nd to 43,000. ug. 22.-( r -

it J. . ?... on .. I., for ten year* oI asking a OO-PARTNERSHIP. J. W

rypr a quo ondiljnJa ary-willwhplt pensi o rl4 cuti e HE 1 NDERSIGNED beg leave to notify r
ought to be Federal Court processes, until 1 . . . . . formed a co partnership und ,al teh he le *

thi I th all(lair h universal% would alopt ar uc the matterbHis eques= 1 I . I * GRAY, BEDELL & HUGHES,
member who is placed in position by Providence -Gen. Sheridan telegraph I , , ,,
for making money would give his obligations as that the yellow fever has am .
above, in advance, to every enterprise for evan- form in New Orleans; seve..I
i world there would are ill with it.
-The Governor of Washington Territory -
Means-success from God must be the result telegraphs the discovery of inexhaustible coal DIED.
of order and system, and there is no better plan
by which man, as an . . 1. i : _, .ain the lower
ke t upptothis apro rene proposed. I there opse - --- and non, or IR*N Tas w n . ... *

Special obligations to special ends secure the picking and injures the classificatiqu. Reports ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
bleasintef d Ghoed---t peripant to action and aue df the worm are exaggerated. It raining to From Aug 21st to August 27th. Columba Ga. Auga-8m)

Away with the old plan, when a great enter- ifashinUton, Aul. 23.-Thad Stevens is re- . . IMPORTANT TO ALL!
prise is to be undertaken or sustained ported as becoming alarmingly feeble.
How mean-a heavy missionary debt upon -Denverpaperestate that Forts Reno and -n a * *, r Another Great Amerlean Invention
us and a regular annual fund requiredto sustain Kearney are besieged.
the undertaking, andourprancipalplan for doing -The cholera is reported malignantat Shaw- /. . . .. us .. I i-
it, the handing around a bat once or twee a neetown, Ill.

I ke to E- --- F i-The pressure on the President for Cabinet Tuskeg
thousand I 1_. .i .. I 1 he. I = .. .. -= s .. the concin- TUS
years, eaci t. * .41 st 1 sporting his
we for.R., purpous is our boards may deem Order No. 10: "If the United States Courts in , WELFTH
II 11** to Emory endowment, the rebel States be allowed to control the mill. . gace wednes
If our people will thus draw their drafts on tary authority, the execution of the reconstrue- ,oer, Ax wynn6.3 c
the Lord, they will not only be necepted but tion acts will, for obvious reasons, soon become
will be honored like them of old of one, five and impossible. Some of these Courts will begin Yourner as. . c. w. r
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tenD havetheMissionaryBoardstomake 4 nostthat h/venoteometcha Papernows Homenuonor a
the proposition to be executed by every minis 11 I .. Hayes. --- ,
ter fa Church through their at jt t on, deso- fr 4.d3utler, of Nebrask el>askiinturn Athens Distrie vaN has(1a Conference. anars won

lation, will soon pan away. horses stolen, and 54 farm houses dese, 1

Columbus, d ery truly, etc 21. M. ALLEN. me om d ti s, It e 'me 3 ,
suspended the order assigning Gen. J 1
Just in time, before closing, we received the the command of the Fifth Distriot. General -- -
following letter. Sheridan will remain in command until relieved, Lumpkin Dist, S. Ga. Conference A T
Dear M :-A few more of the innuortal five Hancock. rounts none. Chronic Diseases
hundred. is of the opmionthat if tF raEATEDBY O TAKE
Bishop J. O. Andrew, Summerfield, Ala. Indian I will be get

JaW Jhynolds, Thou aston el will require as 7. m th D R. H. WO ODRU F F, q - .
J. R. Drake, Barnesville, Ga Spotted Tail went on the buffalo hunt under tl ; coLUMuUs, GEORGIA
J. B. 11arrise influence of Red Cloud, who reprcsonted exanderAug
M. O. Carter n, Spotted Tail that he would be dishonored unle R. WOODRU--o:WOULD RESPECT-
Mrs. E. A. Bandy, Itof dmj roTayt e is r ,e Atlanta Distriot, N Ga. Conference. D .......... so......... -- we
RM ek n, Culloden, Ga. timber rouse none DISEASES OF LONG STANDINGp

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All persons duly registered as aboveand no
Dear Dr.:-If I am too late for the first .. . ,. n, I ri under the laws
"Five Hundred" list with my twenty dollars a rve as prors to , .
subscription to the Endowment Association for any of the courts of that State. The necessary
Emory College, you will please enter my name revision of the jury lists will immediately be -- ----
on the second hst of Five Hundred. Isend made by the proper othials. All the laws of BAGGINC. F.0PF. IROh TIES, AND TOBACCO
you also the nantes of the State respecting exemptions, ete., from jury
John W. Hinton. Oxford, Ga. duty, will remain in force. [ L ** i.. If ri 1
Gen Edward L. Thomas, Covington, Ga. -Nineteen deaths from yellow f - <
Yours truly, ported by the Boardof Health y--wria.. .2 -- r .... .. .. . "
T. M. MERRIWETHER. nine from other fevers. us .... a s.. st . . Aug a


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SOUTHERN CIIRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Vol. xx No. 85

Tag C, B. DIBBLE, B. G. WORTH, GEO. M.DRWRT

til'll e it ar ba wit so utbbothtT orocioadereihnes coT e8dottoh otlo q.S Faes anShewa ibenratinihebjiews. She at ardoof uthisoSa e er sons a enve SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE "tfor..,na Mit'ms.e...m.c orawrors

livbuge R J. L. Porter spent a considerable d peddher k icfe she t nod t howx li d e da eshe a medmalidthose home , p . ,li TH1R IT I7VOLUME. DIBBLE, WORTH & CO.,
A KYMN TO CHRIST. mrek he a d inthaec itiest v ran andre nade nodded ./ rra ct verld e et Father, who doeth all things well, and who, for clEli WELL KNOWO REIJGIOUS COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
rmov wroom, 1895. houses, all deserted, but all in good repair, for the knife, noticed with relief-asshe told me her from attending the house of God, "but tunately for us, seeth not as man seeth, yet at 0 wo. xas reart street, - pw Yorar.
afterward-that Jocko had curled himself up, the rod and the staff, they comforted her." the same time it la our duty to give expression years
11 I. .. . . ., q anel -noto nisap Alas, poor Enddy she little A ahort time before her death she saw to our feeli .1 r , , , ARTICTJLAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
formed of large blocks of hewn stone put to- I she was so volubly explaining that the grave was near, and began to "set her with whom I : -II 1 .. I dieded feW est.nPades a estmgmilberegula-
gether without lime or cement of any kind.- the state of the door, the -, 1 .1 I house to order,'' and deliberately arranged all
The roofs were formed of long blocks of the only noticed that, but had a .. I I her pecuniary affairs as though she were to come 1 , REFERENCES:
-son.. same black basalt, measuring twelve feet in 1 good oppor- back to superintend them herself. 7. ,i orn, his f si F I =1 I . ,* , , * ,
length, eighteen inches in breadth, and six inch- .. => b 1 1 II His time ated alarm; grace had overcome = 1 ints of th 3 : I I. .. I ,
es in thickness. The doors were stone slabs, soon came. Biddy went down the cellar, and death. Ti ceiving his early education in Darlinaton sze .dewatasniaeranonas

hungla on pivots formed of projectiles palrts of r alps d td leaedmy instantlhe it when she uttered her last words, "Yes dr ) r e, a for abou twentlxi
threshold; 1 . is = 1 = h joyful chattering, found himself master of I love Jesus." R. R. J. 4. He had been co . - . BROOKS
kitchen.

ever. 3 1 I I ediftee to last for- th aflrst ezHloit a thortT Ili e t Mas. NANOT MOGLAUN, the wife of John to his absen at ndi g to his plant PATENT IRON COTTON & IIAY SCREW
sonavannu eventeravesh. The cities have endured, but the inhabitants pies, consumed several eup-custards, emptied McGlaun, of Henry co., Ala., and daughter of terests, he was not a regular attendant on the AND
have fled. You pass the ruined gateway where the sugar bowl upon the floor, the better to so- Thomas and Elisabeth := as born in meetings of the board, yet was he always ready
stern warriors kept watch, and from whose tow- lect the big lumps, and threw the salt-eellar Lincoln county, Ga., 7.1, 1, ** I and died to endorse the action of the board and gave REVOLYING PRESS!
ers the watchman swept the country and eig- through the window, because he did not relish July 3, 1867. words of cheer and encouragement. At one Addres, ca n vansup raTearescue or onee sand
nailed the coming of the foe; all is hushed; I its contents. He next directed his inventive When she was quite young, she was left au time in the possession of large wealth, he was J. w. EvaxpPs rno.,
rank weeds and grass, brambles and creeping mind to the cooking, quite rogardless of the orphan, and was raised by an uncle, who settled profuse in his hospitality, and during the war wagon.
plants, have overgrown the well-made roads; scolding of his prisoner, who was now wildly in Pike county, Ga., while she was yet young was as generous in the distribution of food to RATES OF ADVERTISING. filHIS VERY SUPERIOR SCREW IS
. . and the massive houses where were once on a Inzatm ohe putot t riolusalvi revio y lumleS31e, shoo dmarri to Mr Me 1 0; s... n thikse section square o i.welve an r lese I unp wing mannesets r-a m no a by Me us a

: the chowder, he now decided to add a few of communion she lived until her death. The others, the loss of his property reduced hun,
ing, while owls and daws take possession of the his own selection. With this in view, he pulled writer has been intimately acquainted with her but he was bravely endeavoring 4 at
roof. Here is a city that must at one period open the table drawer, and finding there apleas- since 1847. In many respects she was a re- shattered fortunes, when the d 1 -
have contained at least 20,000 inhabitants; once ? objects, he proceeded by the aid markable woman. Her spirit was truly catholie; was received to prepare to meet . _ J
itsetreets were noisy and bustling, and the deal- I I towel to reach and remove the she "loved all who loved the Lord Jesus fined to his bed for two months, and in I
ers made their shrewd bargains in the markets, I cover of the ketth I His wicked Christ." Her life, especially for the last few session of his fitonlties, it was a console:
dwelt in their stone palaces paws, and with I = 1 he then s power his friends to hear him express his perf ,,
as if the slaves who waited added the whole contents of the drawer to poor cl a firm lingness to go home that he might be = rOM IE & ST WART
on them were of another flesh than theirs- 11 believer in a special providence, and always Therefore- Augs4mi abashasistAtlanwea.
Here dwelt the ad after them Jews, i. 1 1. . hievement would have been looked upon the bright side of the picture, so Resolved, That while we lament the deatr
and Greeks, and and Saracens, and wecan neverknow, for atthis momentRoxy , 1 BrotherGInsoswe recognize thehandof our R.A.MATTHEWS, THOS.A.BROWN, 7,L.BROCKETT
T. I II 1 heard coming down stairs to re-iron the 1 Father, and bow submissively to His DR. H. SELLS, ANDREW DUNN, R POLENN. Georgia. Georgia. Virynts,
bi., ne -" ' ' to dresses rudely treated the day before- a time have her Christian counsel and advice n President, secretary, Treasurer,
e realmerstory. birds and the beasts of prey. There are palaces, Jocko dropped on the cover, towel and all, and cheered my own heart. "Never g Resolved, That the members of this Quarter- R. A. HATTHEWS & CO.,
with thorns and thistles growing in the chief ran to hide himself behind the flour barrel in despair," was her motto. Since -l ly Conference tender their sincere condolence GEOR GI A L OO M
rooms; there are templeswith branches of trees the pantry, and Roxy coming in saw nothing began, she has lost three grown children- and Christian sympathies with his bereaved and GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
a t st q univens shooting through the gaping walls; there are antiss; but poor Biddy's cries were distinctly William, the oldest son, died in the army; Ed atilicted companion. 30 NEW BTREET, OFFICE 31, NEWYORK.
top ar tendugs tombefestoonedwiththerichluxurianceof na- audibleand in great amazementshe hastened ward and Sallie diedat homeof that terrible - MANUFACTURING COMPANY.
,odevynot, ture; there is everything to tell of desolation to open the doorand wastestantly overwhelmed disease, consumption; yet her confidence in God Rw commons w. HAztEnvasT THEIR SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL
and decay with bitterreproaches from thefunousprisoner, never wavered. In a conversation with me CUBBEDGE & IIAZLEHUnsT, 1 . .. I IT AND PLANTERS, -
You remember that we read in Joshua that who, of < . I ] .1 .iP etions, she said, "I feel re- p and set ran socenat mei-
the kingdom of Oe the giant, included all Bash- of the jo, I the happiest day of my life BANKEES AND BROKERS, 1 no n Bundingnextdoor to thePostomoeandnee in
are unthoe^lhah as d h srae>itfrM[ n a di re menanrpon o intdtthe pious shed. uns the da Salhe was buried Not t xat slm senna street, sucowoA MENDENKALL'S EMPROYD SELF-ACTING REFERENCE:

Sdah This is the frontier city of B.ishan, anunderstandingandlinally-missingJocko- providers- IIAND AND POWER LOOM!!
and as one of the most remarkable in Palestine ** 0 .. I promises
There are about five huntr d housesstilt remain- *** I alete to be found, and asa 3 = = 11 7 for her
r ro, s at em c room advoca ing a number THE GRAPERY. and a great old eastican the topof a : I = 11. : * I closet, discovered able Christian woman. In her "charity never *
now emutand out beli ring for Indies, pieced the city, held at first by the giants, and at last I 2 II.1 I . there, and set up failed She had no ear for the langue of the
ab or, 150 u p, no so, of Anticallure and Flori- treadef horses on the paved 5 reet disrulbs only moment, stooping over the range for a flat iron the rumors relative to her neighbors lier hand
lim+ b ti non fr the evening of hfe a for in its den or a wild bird in its be t The perceived an unaccountab]eodor, lifted the cover was always ready to administer to the wants of spra m
r -4 x when amuse that Inuk out of the eastle hill is ahout three hundred feet in height, of the chowder kettle, and immediately sat flat the needy and distressed. All who knew her
wn.J w-' ..re 1, mostlie tod a f:tr n uch needle_ ble e adtro advPbee a Jewi t ar> lit on za ad 1. il to sM as of willthtaTi20tuon lefisthmpters sathbover I owns one DR. T. J. CROWE,
walls, w.s in i i)
so p- bc me a in I torter ag, the energies corn- by a still older fortros; there is it.nuan mason hurried down, expecting to find the house on fi ar delioneins and refreshments, and
p.r .t way in paved (to w ll isomewhat subdued e elabue w jt ar e Sanseens havell ut idre at least 0 Alax! If ymn could only have point always nicavisandtlIncalick if a ri -:0:- By weaving an their Goods for name wear on the J. 11. ROBSON,

anin / / k of chard It as interior is choked with rubbish. The summir off grand fisther's wig. Roxy still sat on the was not a hollow profession, but a living, native, -:0:
He walk un to it orgy his Crea a to of the castle commands an extensive rm.pose now, lame and weak with hysterical laughuig working principle. When duty was to be per- T THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING COM- No assAsrmy,.anancestons.c,
drew a god in shoost the city dense, it. the populous mart of business, than thirty desert< 4 ** n i = bewaikd "the poor dear doctors dinner spiled, arid all the social meetings of the church. She
this oasis of Itte's do ert, a garden spot of his stretches Moab, on the left Arabia; behind, in and he niver mistrustin'," and threatenedJocko was a pillar in the church of Clopton. Her
own, is the I held out terraced slopes, the hills of Itashan, a sad and with every form of violent death, house was the preacher's home The preacher a nweavesasses.any recory Looms >rnswers-
to hou at 1 a = = = .n money- solemn scene of utter desolation.-11dde Clues The state of .1 .. .. I wife arid family know her "ir- e his ,
getting As we all know Cowper says of the I M"Uazene to that chowds Ia ... . . sainted Chri tian IIor a 1 I .1 a . .. ... .... COST OF THE CLOTHING OF A FAMILY
country. ing together, river, an
11 I r a of th ems .. '. ? EE SAVED BY ITS USE!
maye-14m
I to e conn Dollare a any can be made on it

but f j 1 1 1 dweecond so n, I th a 1 II .aC;ka al in rrud I : ori--bor husbf mannume noxx warn msexecu- ITS PARTS ARE SELF-CIIANGING. B. A. WISE,
he meannot even SAMS MONKEY. en un 3 of e IIedutwsof hisFir Invu a onerry street, manon, am.,

r: v tust have Sun hun if w a : ro ar I w < 0 rlI. da <. 01 r of th I I II ___ ____ amanix
as Japery, frus :a monkey w were Hire na are on na< ri.< [ 1 0< not ne mp rib e wh & p HOUSE FURWISHING HARDWARE.
fr altimbit, poor burnt Pr:.r.k co hd re mrls unlo wif me. .( SJLVERPLATEDGOODS,

iir a larat(lal th le or doomed City, eat .e to at what d at wa nd ini ilowergarde,_.. an< d-wl a hew tto lumI thnkin b / 1 .) 1 an TABLEANorocKETCUTLEY,


a crapery is, about th el more at he no II n walked about n words, ana n slo I tand tiion I he ball hm., sell we cl an, I un n all< n 1 1 I 0 ek ndeed Jul I IT IS SMALL, NEAT AND LIGHT> EE YF H LLOW WARE, COOKING UTEN5L OF


ru It I is esPar liter do no if n le of ri tre flu NoblargerthanaeommonBreakfastTable. AA BEALL. J.K.BPEARS. W.H.POTTER.
walk roo ub n ills a per was so comically we e ]ab or and th Ir works do 1.Co hu IT IS MADE IN TH MOST WORKMANLIKE MAN BE ALL, SPEARS & CO.,
stentiredthat we .all aughed, and do more J<.nN W F ovox NERF WAREHOUSE AND COMMISSIONMERCHNTS.

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flu L chal .0 or (1 grapery Pendant
Is..... st.< ro ur cr at palace. of all va-
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The Land of the Glants

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arnstr;,r I but by the remains of the
al themselves. There are they in Argob,
dest specimens of domestic architecture in
ole world.
lish travelers have visited the wild land
a giants, they have penetrated into the
re homes of the Rephaim, and have come


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down her an hour when placing son n early 1111, and was for many years >>eiver.1 of
J>orn male me run up again t>such a scene the circuit lie died in limbeh co, on I
the periblious monkey, to imitation of it.xy July 18(17, after an illnew 01 only one \ve<
perlieurances. had c..lber the irthy howe. thrown thern sure the bu h tub. hy ibe writer He has left behind him to


at 1
aprons, whteh Boxy had left a onesent on a li 11sen 1 knew Ilro 11 year< yo, he was ri
chair Poor Wr.x ernet, a he paid her is wherous feelines, inclosed to despond
drenched Jull as autot their b was ext as but on renewing say acqunarance arh he n
The I ina on a were unhurt, exem pt usa I the early part 0 is I al /


e > br check, had to all over li rr an a

runtdherwhitefracik Ir a (1 > there{ 10 r ol=
* I th real b.ur, was
Itke a drowned k rain Haves wrath

nti r< r pa TI) i t ( ail herore tt, aud did eva UN of Idi i cinal s
I in urry to say that 5 ru only 1.m;hed till inc hfe is rhe best testmeny 11ark the p c
ened when he heard of the ruin Jacto had loan, and behold the upright for the on th

m et. wT ob 11, 2, seward er that men ts peace
Man to take the na.ukey cus sur a walk. on can
dmon he did not lose bqu or all..w 100 our of bituY 0 Otivr, wife of Thus \\ O v
Unslaht fora moment. Ior a whic all we nt weir
Jockenade plenquisport, pelung the by witti and dau brer uf Aquila nwi feth erinall ah
acorns, riding or. Pontotre but at la (rhey grew are.] of hun th.ussed him to the lence and your
liarn of pious parents and dedicared to ed
a winney, she unde a profe-man ol <<. u.o
to morate them, arol, though is orus d.4 1.0, when pacea chalJ und yoned the 110thmil-r
'lop. he threw shem su bst and reade su rincrou untrarIonsof the posite a tent inenator nil lurd<.itn
of the boys, that the\ wreanud with dwposmou. and pleasant in all in
and enournged buy phy department, he won the aboration and estwan
Suddenlyssencoucerned "ileverelvestone I ( I I
out of your pocket. your on.srbles Too Irue San b.d are ami who ever artuneances won J pern
h it bIsovercoatoo rhe least, ad .Istio, 1 J. = .rr<
the gInger bread Ir. rl., po explored shern all miscovered rhe na.obles, and ly ever knowing who a was to t <1 well in ti t
made rapid uc VI than .ll the becarllul isuse 1or more rhan a year kinic la r de.rb
(* cou6ned to her Ind almost c
is tend>atrunesbutsheuseram.d
middle of the pe..d. Poor man he gave way, a spurst or panent re-uponson a ,
110 read it was my privilege to * r
converse ircely with ber us re: craved a good whyping, and we ch:ained up filt future pro act I generally found lur peat
the night, with nothly but dry bread for 1
supper .
Poor Sam was somewhat conshd she next inversatny roome staging and pages. In winth
morning, turklud inniegovehamistreeracents wh engaged unt hearsaly-sudwas Jriglunty,
her own pocket money to buy new near li-led well thesp no at re moung --he as per,
Or. the strength or rble, holorware.Ivoko icotly rarianal in her last toolinents, icit <.t her
and led ham penerously beforehe went to chool own pn!se, and said to the e who .-too.]
I decided that the memboviou creaturerust by her dyrug bed, "I shall some be dra
remain eled, but Sanincule such cloquent rep. the without the lean inanikstalson of fear
re-cotalons of the her bnew <.0 ob:ary can or trepidation, he passed away ironu carth la
linement in the wood whed that ( comuloud the bright hope of heaven
sentence to a short rope under the kitchen R. A. CONNER.

I wn there in the course of the morn. --
. (= Biddycuttingupfishforachow. Mns.SAnanIIEADdiedinPutnamcoGa.

I ey watched no e manne tehat th et in- r I a : no d
quite nervous. aThe wise like lookof the baste the Primitive Baptist church in whichcommun-
is something' awful, marm; he seesivery turn a ion she lived and died a faithful and consistent
me hand, and it's all of a creep I am, with his member. Her last days were days of much af-
stiddy watching' and niverspakin',for it'smy be. fiction; but grace supported and comforted her.
lafe he could spake if he chose." The writer has conversed on the subject of re-
I laughed at her, gave my directions for des. ligion with her, and reluctantly left, protmang
sort, and was leaving the room, when she called to be abetterman. Though a member of anoth-
my attention to the cellar door. The latch was or church, she was a friend to the Methodist


na Th:rrie:x Borrrrr, 0 M
y
t 1
r n.1
cou ry, bu, J 3 h, l>bl. to her oth year
|,, , , ,wind the
31 E e weeptable
n ember till deark She was r of by poo,
scents, and reverene .1 them he was pro
^tic, wind at fral 1 0 jli a j,

expreced grear eyrn athy arol rief :t her fu
al. She was a good meher and rene I her
.1 dren in the nortaic and re man re r. of the
1 rd a Line vt tableh I


I er afferin s wills pa at
( ire2natunine

rouly lier lan words were of n w.lbo
ge" 0 it }ht) <.
-- -
T.mts KAvasca was born in Grane.4.ur
lb true, S 0 February 27th, I 01, and du

a l" Tuliarly go>d traor of character
ach as we rarely sco bitinied lic was a
rally a but r man than any other we e
km w, and after recoving the embaldrount
sho u grace of God," how funch better
incart:e, cannot be Jewald by 10, but of an
flung we are sure, he was attila 600 or inar
I alike may be a comprehern.1e arm, but in
m >ral depostuiat he epprox.roar d irs in..I
nearas any lu a word, he was unabousive,
useek, gentle, kind, honest, king ab
,telon its toined the .11 11 ( Eursle us 141
and ever since Irveri a sneese Chrouan rhe
none of he approachen dow.uuou was q:m<
shorr-.4 10.44 wagon p ed overa viral part
of h b uly, rbus termer ing 105 1.1 '
<=ul a ni thre< t he wntor was
rewat. *I b or h:s due

Ibus sure was prepared to met I as awl
NW i.


Br-.as 11 roni1, I of C C :nd
Joha ), her

Ibus has a bud beer transplanned to Eurer
In1.1, to blown She was
ananonents. Pose top vil:way she was fl
bre and my of the localy, we sently her
absencecreatuachasm abid no ha sea
emu ever lill

[The SS of when she was a member,
Passed resolutions of condolence, ete, but we
ve compelled to reserve this deparunent-now i
socrowded-for adult incubers ia the church-
its servants whose 1(fe labors are to be commem-
orated.-Entroa.]
........--
Tribute of Respect.

At the third Quarterly Conference of the
Marion (S. C.) Station, M. E. Church, South,
held in the church at Marion C. II., S C., July
13th, 1867, the following preamble and i
tions were unanimously adopted
Wanus, in the wisdom o our he, :1)
Father our ranks have been invaded by death,
and Major SAxur. Frammann GlasoN, late


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