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: October 4, 1867
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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Additional Physical Form: Also on microfilm: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Libraries.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00102121
Volume ID: VID00053
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 24261451
lccn - sn 91099152
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Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

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L I it 1 tr ., Barnesville, Ga

BrMcGe\ Newuan Ga
II8 Wimbrel Jeffersonville, Ga
11 r Andersonvalle, On
2. !ir l II Georgetown, Ga
Rufus L Foreman, Washington, Ga
Robert 8 Sroith, Wash con, On

= I sa. Watkinsville, Ga
J F Hanson, Morgan county, Ga

I ell, Greene county a
B IV Fortsinsk, Walekes county,

R I if Lawrenceville, Ga
Jol Greenville, Ga

O 15" ra Wayn8 ,
TVm H Young, Columbus, Ga
Alfred J Youqg, New York
HD Moore, Albany, On
WA Parks, Bainbridge, Ga

JilV Mills Cutehbert,
Thomasville, Ca
Albany, Ga

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TB Harben, Newton, Ga
WM Kennedy, Camilla, Gn
i II Hall, Camilla, On
= F Hudson, Camilla, Ga
HC Cannon, Camilla, Ga
J B Jeffocat, Centreville, Fla

IL Pearttillo, Au usta
J. T. Derry,

TrD On ntos Greeny I a
W C Dunlap, Carrollton, Ga

Chuths

L J Davies, Lumpkin, Ga.
GW Munroe, Buena Vieta, Ga.

ibearrtd yB ultrnum, Lum li G
JR Lawson, Jamentown, Ga,
TT Christian, Dawson, Ga.

CA CCwl n CDah r G
J T Flewellen, Columbus, Ga.
Andrew Pieree Rives, Cuthbert, Ga.
F P Matthews, Florence, Ga.
H H Hill, Florence, Ga.

Jn sN Iflarris, IInst ille, a.
B J Baldwin, Cuthbert, Ga.

To the Preachers of the North and South
Georgia Conferences.
Dear Brethren: You will see by reference to

e published Minus last an rthat
Financeforthesuperannuated-preacher.fundare

For North $7,000


in ]zli r Sola 5 500
claims of tlpese pensioners are all the more ur-
: 1 : Hopeless as somema regard
= amounts can be trained They
must, and if each preacher will rally with en-
thusiasm to the work they will. Turn at once
to your memorandum, and see the sum your
Pe idi Elderd se d your Icharge. shBe not

raised Remember, many rills make the rivers

---nfourny tooh the harvests Ri2, let us all
Ch. Joint Board Finance,

Bo. Ca. Conference Gandzdates.

The Course a tu% Nr led by the Bish-
ops and on which every candidate shall have
passed an approved examination, before a vote
can be taken upon his admission, are, with the
i _.une sl7g' na

by Reith, and on the Witness of
J.W.Kelly; Rulesconcerniny
the lawn in the Dis-
ciph ri ....... .r Written Essay

on ti g( o ,N.C.,)Monday,

et vision effectually forestalls
evasion on the part of applicants, and cuts of
occasion for Buncombe" speeches on the elev-
erness and abil y nN Chairman.

Oct.4-2t.

To the PresidiardElders and Preachersof the


fo w g a r he i)usm ie
in order to raise the amount necessary for our
Domestic Missions the present year, and also to
meet the first quarter drafts df next year.

boal have made thte apbp lonf71 ri ati 0,
hope the Presiding Elders wall unmediately

Ividetshee annountsamongtheirae ralzcharge
this place, and the receipt thereot will be ne-
knowledged through the Southern Christian Ad-


ses e ut rt gne eb aTithem
less have a place next year for any surplus.
Augusta District............... ........51600
Athens District.......................... 1600
Elberton District......... .. ........... 800
DaMon sk i rict . 1 0

Atlanta District.......................... 1300
LaGrange Districh...................... 1300
Gritin District........................... 800
Milledgeville District................... 900
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$10,000
ARMINIUs Wmour,
Missionary Treasurer North Ga. Conference,
Augusta, Ga.,Sept.14th,1867.
Sept20-3w

Emory College.
TheBoardof Trustees of Emory Collegeare
requested to meet, in Atlanta on Tuesday 26th
November, insteadof 12th November, as before
announced. G. F. PIERCEs
Sept. 20-3 President Board.

uEVERY MONTH."-In the title of a mouth-
ly paper which reports the Sermons of Rev. Dr.
Deems, and gives the history and progress of
othe Church of the Strangers." To give itda
wide circulation for usefulness the price
: Single copy, 30 centeda year; two copies,

e slive copies el; sent to one person.
349 Canal St
sep27- m New York.
TotheMembers of theSo Carolina Conference.
Dear Brethren:-Those of you who intend
coming to Conference in private conveyancewill
ple see aform see by letter, at your earlicat con-

Parrow G. BOWatAr{.
hlorganton, N. C., Oct, 4-4w

LITERARY.-Baltianore is to give nafrom the
let of October, Southern Sopiety, a weekly our-
nal of literature, socipty qud art. The fiel for
a journal of thischaractorin the South is a large
one, and one which we should be glad to see
creditably occupied. The promises made by the
projectors of the new enterprise are ample.-
Mears. Wm. Gilmore Shams and John Mitchel
are to be among the editorial writers; amemg
the definitely announced contributors are John
Eaten Cooke, Paul H. Hayne, John R. Thomp-
son, and, of ladies, the author of "Emily Ches-
ter," and of "Somebody's Darling (?)" Mine
Emily V. Mason, Mrs. Fangy Downing, togeth-
or with some whose names release known to us;
while contributions are "expected" frome annoug


SOUTITIORN CITRISTIAN ADVOCATE.


A 811( WITHOUT A NAME. organization is intact,-that her juil diction is scenes, fnrnished, to any mind, one of the most Spring Plaoo Ct., No. Ga. Conference. Greenville and Ft. Deposit at Ft. Deposite,
However nearly the great massesof the many wider thanbefore,-thatshe encouractug signs of these, in many re puts, Jilr. &/itor:-Pormit me to add another wit- Su day arnlehindsy Nov 3, 'ednesd Nov 6
nations blessed with the revelation of God a will ---that, a everyt1 Ing, et ever been,--and t an I ted la xto inty he 0 1 t< a < x 1 < u soft are persuaded to becomepartakersof theirnator- ,,,;land to Oregon, are king this rounrkable Sundaysehool werical, all over als in the country in the my, Nov 9, "
tal hopes and infinite riches of his Son, on some "added unto the church dailv" are considera the body it ruenns, that God Ms not abandon- gloom and anxiety. The I at Emannus, Thursday Nov 14
occasions of astakening occurring in the course tions that should call forth all our --r ei .1 ed this nation, 110 has great and gra ious pur the dear old Advacute, as i 1 I I = 1 Nov 16.
of their lives, comparatively few of them unprove b 8tp c tjfrv ocn Lto1st as 5is right hal . 1 1 .1 j Ity v its withMii" a newedrj /outs a )luareho ,'dr : and Mon.
the urgentinapulso to ally themselves intimately and His holy non haty --14-- flie is in andpermanentlywithChristianity. Undersuch The Lord hath made power achanation would ield I Runner, at Hulicon, Sunday and Monday Nov
imperative calls to reason and extraordinary I oneness ha alle openly showed in the w id felt to die utterni : 33 is all lw rtly 27 28.cases whern 'T 1 nointled in n

to es t is or theel lay is dangeron Before 1 conclude b letter vt na t LStdj la 6 of k idian ic y rl1. ep t tl God and to duty I = as ani tra Anxurtlerly meetij2 addition to the 1 via heM
a creature to put off obedience to the general re from Gostannula. She is the widow of antifropistthe Christian. "The harvest truly is is doing, glory to his holy name! and 11a preach, Providence permitt ag, at the following
commands of his Creator is impious, but to treat John Strickland, 110 was on itincrent veteran plenteous, but the laborers are few." Nay the enemies and ours shall flee away. times and places:
with contempt the direct and special appeals of whose heart new ill -0 p i..s 1,.,4 need own b hours into his harvest." He ishlessing na on the Spring Place Circuit,
merciful Heaven to the mind and heart, is ,, gi , a . ;ft occadenal.- hese con- and we are looking, wanting, expecting more *
action of such momentous character that lan- 'render. Many thousands:nun the nuluntains opening prayer by Rev ebr a tjif I pr ofts )as n I 3 ** Nov.
guage fails to find a name for it, and in the wire grass heard the gospel iiotu his tarian = 1)r. Itar- freshing. About thirty have joined the Church, ., P. E.
lips, when a man of less love for Ch in, of less rison, the after- and made application for admission together, Flor Hydars, hope 20th, 1867.
ous eat pt a w ly 1 1 o oil no unla 11 lov lbtmo woullh eleft here toinoonto e als orsions. New Orleans Advocate please copy.
means, this Church has succeeded this summer of Bragg's army, who, when sick or wounded, Irwin of the Baptist Church, with excellent There were six EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION
in very nearly finishing the interior of their were nursed and pro li b "I remem- .. = [ 1 I crsions last night-one this niorn-
building. It has becu plastered, and the seats ber the with tearf\ I honor 1 .. ken-hearted penitents at the altar. 500 NAMES WANTED,
painted, and the commeation re-occupied it on such a ratsnTwhen .i 1 minnthe 11 the glory, now d ov)ermore- Friends of Elucation! Read the following
last Sabbath. 'll I I I . can that rare gift, now hold in such astocts by all Sept, fith, 1867 "Trr' and respond with name and post-office-
Methodism in 31aeon, owes much to the First never he! our Churches-the capacity to please and By war and its d
Street Church. It is domy; a Ureced work, and Such a nian had none of the secondary and struck the children. The younger speakers so- CAT.uous CT., N. G. Communace.-The lost one hundred the
is destined yet to do a greater; if only there lower motives to brace him up If you speak quitted themselves well. Rev. T. T. Arnold writes: It seems that the ment. Comparatively little is left, and that
of ambition. or good appointments, or comfort, Lastly, but not least, there was a bountiful set time to favor Zion has come. At several of little as yet pays a very small dividend. Some
/a abotar cernlitr jsett rr a stz 0 0 set ti $r v 1oofoo re pr am tol)ur thisynarthoftheprol the churches n or eo lia b '\
a former debt, which must be paid by friends win them IIe did not expect 1 in performing my own part, (of tbo I to the Church. Quiton num d to
on:ude (110 church, .40.1 whI:h Or liev lux set nunt r ul. :shout trysug to Isqunfate f or n I it me an /ak 1 rall, beerywg) We are br r sus are sweded-a contingent fund


A Y<.i:.Thw Advertwoments.experience inyourney airm n 1 rt a e tto (du t/keeCalithose--we
ass a situation a ns p an I will not ask for hua
Tim IN.\rno Dr.vis are othed educalsonal . Ia sc. ad <1; any liu quar the dr or a nds-- not now, perhaps never
adminto obs. by 1]rdiliwards who hanuelf is of bar I cut res 1 is I eved, we av I 1 or no ab an it I I n n >ur 0 n kh3
me nous oran in comes very highly recorn log house, he as as poor th ine a b Wr- in the Church M V < 1>< I, I cree re 1--trole on it-do the best you
mended See adverwenient a ni:m midst be, he s potrue a I no .il.,,.:a. Go, S ? lu. I c n- want mine intereat, justalittle, and
(2 11 IRIDr. oi Sarannah offers 1)rugs and permonedl adhr le (Ivoke losed and 1. __ ___ Sunday-school Convent on Ham2lton Ct r 1 < I yet Mediunes --ja j wi ow an anan The nuct:1 Vzata Obrason Assoe:ntion. .ilr 1a taly ani Tr. asurer, meet annually at
.Ll mental a man .TIll a manted by J 14 co [bts letter will not meet 1 er eve a is, Ia > Wuburi n k f mi e of < ah 'inTi (1 b ca pa ub. a grand celebration-
liarnous, Unmpkin, 4,:* poor to take the Advocate, or si r re here 100 am of to say, it wa n n cusher of a live College.
I or its la.nswma Fell tr vt mtrue of word to as if a w< re km to br or rho I u:awhing on pl.)'"" He A .110 Chariare, N (' un kr the I resulency of 1 cr sake1auddi e -A< hi v{h no on le (2 2 e.< t paire tax la ] v at ole .annual
3 11 unt inuit a h< widerh b or r amby cho r 1. v
,oven (on 11hone. 10 at had nu on von I 1:ed for before January
there 11< wa 1 co a at which ul: 1 y r .1 on noso > a n, r L h Ib ub-cra or can pay quarterly, semi-
one run at I t y la n to 1. ** his own convenience
(18 the th [: laur I i we lear lor b n p rch I et ic e its [ffort ed t if will


r up r:ntan Irr la un dw wo ormaniza the Associtat n.
I)Itt phill telli by ple lor ho d wah lu a
und , .rel 8 Th I / u i ed a otible o n

LETTER ECOM TTIE COUNTRY two his widow and n un or at I run on will push. One shore, my
a I use he b vou r ad, 3.: now There, that will do-thank
,,,r * was a m are n.-! L.u an. 0 ni rus on 1)r Myurs will report progress through
horned with a . * -- II us ni aerifien*, Inal I un L ad i I < bruinan he ww.e
I si 1 L O Lord of he r of a 1 al:nks .,3 brett ren, if you do not reak to
ord ,a
no I is I we n ear r sh a pen le I fing 110 r a : 4 Thbe Ilanni ( < us hool upon low a nod, andGma e as e

11ne All on r rh ..u try who h h] at blue / 0 1 nela n .

I isons mis san: anal rel or bi rr n I we 1 i .2 I nah alter vWeb the v au ab y pr oL b uld no n es esjretilatitt
.L.wa and 0 1hine 01 1 I I in the on .Ianner lb it 11 1. ter c on work of Pmory College.
Ite loan I ... done, bu h ** Its much ml = s 3 o cr. I (loliklabcon, Ja.
E 0 at the also ;ove An rath a I 1. r I Maconi, Ga.
we < b .aul a [artle re al us,+ ern un a sl na I r .n a 1 Macon, Ga.
t 1 1 . rate, b I 18 nd I ell,

b 0 < Iis .ri < an at. n -lin man t 1.> e li 1 n, Macon, Ga.
. sarestall aducern adrbou tenu re pole wbut pop, n,,in me MaconGa
stril uranniaI, J, sh, s 11< 10 an he 1 Macon, Ga.
0 so it mn;- our wh abs n.,r le on J.au .ru n ad I.- lead orw 1 mi.ere. Columbus, Ga.

liarly p ple fbrp he {at sh3 Ir [ o it a h or I hII I it it sul ly 0 r it n noterou ch j n, Amerious, .

their isout a th one a he he achgtone a l"o
aa ** unr net how I Judson a ni Co for aate r b 0 a al onell,

I to I ch no it h 10 t thee is hen Atlanta, Ga.
avail," wide pan incremed and dr eat n whatever ha le a to labs .0 it my wlach he L<.n nor Macon, Ga
suredrd econ istan 11 0 at of increl a re -ro de r no n.. cannot fai to rc uit n te so u
:0 a t cl n I in ( It cu at 1

couragenu of as b ul t he a only presh in: a of combined ne nei! x imlivalual oc st oJ Mount 7.100 or cliewhere A 1 Oxford, fa
Islea < r on blast I n due part of the Imy ir re a TI.a plc text >
ch 10 lijet lb ( ] n cli t 'a, S C, 57 9 p1 1 ninex 'ecu l ar ch r ," on St. at.,,
I ee depreach ubject Aft PASTORALLETTER F Jr,

II st 100bu ale n ,adstout r" rendecovert rep.vand In I AmenceSo.Ga Conference 1. :brake a
put at a by his ecorvsJ r wr I lia thr n --We have welinub r abol .1 .: To r a
What a sent of rev al inte ll ens e in hst it will teach our peop.e a 1<* on, he unanother coultrence year In:.1mo I 11.11, Talbotton, Ga
ek < Advocate Tim 1 ran ir v. she 01.1 i I ,, at the hand very church >uals base been converted to 0 el A Duamy li n nond, Forayth, Ga
intopt u ( susp t ron 1, Ski .IL vt ra B. donfirince (I us el. r t re a 1 )* 1 two added to our ];st of me mbe" ni 11 ,ir.. a

issue b al n unnies in (1.. can a where they me not va. . Iceler, and al class letters action of a chmen diar via, al a we I lin on we base been exempt from the vex trian a r.r 1 Pye "
liam our L.r.ored bathou,1,rtrah!with glad of Separation ind has r ul al < talking 01 rev vaN and conne n are to the crees of the hschest court in le :.nd-1100 .lo 11rvb a
loirch we ec w
never ka. w the Church a are I r a a 0 rt. I ath pacion result ** 0b act, which we humbly (bank I od T .1 How Colaparchec, Ga.
i 1.10 more inclined to on you with "the mentary f yourc liar El > 150 Ir ula.g inor he inst completal he A Perkin a
J Inc preacher are nounce their wub due chureb I.rp so third routul of 4.0 ::erly conferences 100 en E V I...w Waynesboro, Ga
eminarine horinewancordsultiers Job. Wes- avalists, Je-tuts or pohn la of art..cks of Isleous fever have caused only a .) lay would give thus the wht hand at tellow- the necesanes of the hour-- hauld w sartmly usett:ngs in enh of Janu 1 So der. Macon, Ga
ship Ayc. that he would, and doingit, would mitted into our pulpits .) '1 rudas had lan rhe au ence 01 the:r .se the e case du attempt was made to a et the Alfral 11 P a.putt, Newton, Gr
thank God and take c..ursee he with God, have been bitew.1. and are appanianents, but it was impossible You all J 11 Dunfurch, Macon, Ca
We want to hear ol such thines Then let many in hope of aren Ltd so,;bt know the exrent of territory over much the .7 31 Unnr ell, Macon, Ga
the captainainshe learsisison ride their re AeworthMtsmonS 8 Contention penterestal eason the power 01 11 trerches licyondus bordersthegas- .law J:ul un, MaconGa
ports, not to the praise of human aloquence, .11r Educe it a n11 rte pel ha been carried, the outposts have been AthensGo
I ,as el 1 0 e- 1 i 1 1 > attend a specially looked to .flut two months mana:n Isr *
= connected Mr a \sl wh we ::re to other to a head the labore of 11 4 I alt "
praise of * I s. I web Henry linI .Ir, New Orleans, La
res. but * * == w -rthy brother, .L 6 Don' s 1 our a due to say, pre s every winter wh the earnestsw-s David CE rrow, Athens, Ga
the Chur atory, that nosed so the country, and one of the Lupon r th m: or ad to r 0.00 our hour Inc us 1. low .. e snents f or ('enicence Co locoon and John II N most interestin: occa ions of the or I ca r at. link p Carni (11wr.ske-you did not scral to ];enja F liardwar
1 inten to my farther to Chror and my heart tervied anywhere and loqk orwa 1 con:1.lently to garrow ] lu all ow>n. see that the '1 i .Inse !r it ( al
w.srnse ..s they laik of th: "arval be rate days Permit me to del note brarily 8220 of to I L o r adh{it poll enons suffer noting from a * II A 4..r
and of "Methem.m a in we and when T see I 1 I due we o the t:Inssons present dian I pun our >[is Thomr. on Lainar>
a = .11.1 column.and season a of the per Ibe evo lbr itane no 31,-tons will very grrmy depend John W Nwl War

the funeral on ** 's ** 1 = as * * ., 1 Scou. Tur or an1 Cons consentaly and with = = = .\ si arrrs, Savannah, On
which they as ne < 1.r our chart b capers I am deeply no ru- <.ca 0 l' lbrason
] i. I 1 I i I county around had luen r.e.gul :...4 to ho week of prayer (El ar tho nv a.er patr->one our perlo-lical ]ll .I nc.es t wkle..n a
waste, many prtrate houses Unine.1, .. .0 peop of every kind destroy<1, so that. win. n rl it h: Melan'
odew, thr, on half pay, are preading a pure ended, the good cu an at the neutterhn..,] nually-in which she whole Chu.ela may more .0>I n Houston
anni unprelaw.d gospel, and the re awakensne found thensive wnhoutChurch, sch..ol I I hope to send you on a long IIst of sub yet p!ead poverty m an excuse thr not for Willum 4:
baptem limb has come upon our I = . I 7-curything. scribera to Lt r tenu{ dvocar aug their lands wak que of our papers. Mr Thus.11. liolabaw, ag
local minis I li a : .r 1. . lertook was to I Gzy ur MAcDostors, up every church on this subject. Bring before A. O. Miller, a
church of r I at of zealous endeavor, they America, Ga Sept.13, 1867. each congregation, properly, our eduentional J. F. 11ardee,
have, I to< ] lie courage," collected material for a nice country Church, interests. 1 R. 11. Tatent,

aonrd3 talydheart of earts drag, "glory to God Inst finding themselves1uniable to raise in t Wuirrix.n CT., N. G. Conv.-The Rev. B. C1 na soin ive our own lemale Coll as the ] dward Grayson,
1 I a 1 coke .. =1 = * I .1 1 ase itself, J. Johnson writes: On the third Sabbath in Ju- preference over all others. It is a duty. I Chas. II. Williams,
= = .* * = 1 1. I '.. 1 .. n ,, .= 1 2 * = = season of ly last, I commenced a series of two days' meet- shall fee ..= J I C. D Rogers,
"' =1 . interregnum of which I write, the new Church, built under such i 1 protracted th I 1. H I nder I ' .. John W. Hinton, Oxford, Ga
anarchy,-after this, failure in our crops and circumstan I special interest a succeenful at in District, at our ensuing Conference. Edward L. Thomas, Covington, Ga
poverty and distress everywhere, and now we I think, 31 is people who thus to this time there have be&n over one hundred 1'o the Stewards, I would say, urge the college. TM Morriwether, Oxford, Ga
have political agitation without cud. honor God, by building His house first, will conversions, and between 60 and I your preacher to the last Jos A Shewmake, Alexander, Ga
That we have bread and raituent and shelter have His blessing upon them in building their the Church. The good work st ull were the casessments AM Allen, Columbus, Ga
* I . .* deal,-that our com- own. . .. 4, a -' ome cases. lerable- a , an Andrew- Summerfield, Ala
.x ..olence while God res- 2. The halien I ' I ' L jew liberal. I = 1 .1= = full col- .1 I Thomaston, Ga
trains the passions that belong to these evil and with their; -1. was es- I lions where the assessments were liberal.- James Jones, Fairburn, Ca
1. timated that there were twelve or filkeen hundred a : ase all be present at the last quarterly meet- J. H. Drake, Barneaville, Ga
I I f persons present, of whom the grcator part were ' " I ' " With God's bleasing, we may plan wisely J. B. Harrime,
I al e Sunday-school scholars and teachers. The dif I 1 another year. M..C. Carter,
= r t a =, =1 II The fourth round of quarterly meetings will Mrs. E. A Handy,
nothingto boastof-there never is '.= 1 -' It ..si =II ... ..Is I . & MAaNorrA Searans CT., S. G. CoNr.-The he as follows: R. M. Jackson, Culloden, Ga.
are only "unprofitable servants." But that our only to enliven the evene, but to awaken nobic Rev. B. F. Breedlove writes: We are in the Troy and Orion, at Camp Meeting, Got 5. M. II. White,
church; in the face of grievous oppositionsud sentiments by their suggestive designs and mot- midst of a glorion. .' at c F. -1 1 R. W. Higham, Grillio, Go
multiplied an#malignant prophesies that God toes. Such a gathering at such a place, a place in progress two ..it., a ] In R. A. Seale,
did not send, hna survived the war,-that her which had so recently witnessed anch different n creasing interest Rocky Mt. et., at Rocky Mt., Oct SG, 27. G. C. Clarke,. Fort Valley, Ga


Elilli 11111 E dRN '% 1 1.

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slacox, GEpault, wronEit 4, is


Lumplain Distriot-meeting, ete
We had the psivilegeof being present at this
Meeting, during two days last week. It was
held in Cuthbert, Ga The P E., Rev L J.

oao Twpr > et he attenrd y reme rr
and delegates were present. We were compel
led to leave before the reports were presented
and discussed, and we cannot, therefore, speak
of the results that werb reached. We presume
that the Secretaries, Brothers Overbyand Ham,
ilton, will furnish an abstract of proceedings for
the nbl
Tipere a some failuresiudutyintheChurch,
here as elsewhere. They may be traced always
to the want of a fervid piety, that falters at no
duty, refuses no cross. The neglect of family
worship and social worship--and the two gener-
ally go together-ia the greatest apparent evil-
Notwithstanding this, there have been some
wonderful revivals in the District, and in some
places the Church is doing well-healthy pir-
to d ly
stual-zeace a we it air well when we

left, as a means of awakening and revival in
the emumunit I There 0 ut crryahern :
gracious rear year in la


o 1 t nd in li
troduerson of a no v3con mro the < both there
had produced son hang if those who favor
chots an I instrus eoral music brd learned to
manage them thin.-<, as they have learned to do
an older can as in Europe and America,
there would 1.0 less trouble attending their to
troductan The n-l chours uml in-f ron as are alsoal to oth r war
ship for the who;. congre.anon, and Ibma who
themselves wh to war-hip God so y
a a sl y e to b usingu 1, and wee1 Ps'

Bar smoo: thea v Es have le rned.a we or cour
-espeanily at to 1-the snatininent and choIr-
where they have w ho r-only / Preludes, unless be bar or two, rlett the one
crs may enah sh or and :i ,as, a s are do.

to ka ,ar a w ar i tise at congr<
herset pm to h rnly imm he bra nnoug, and

I r.1. an. lb i n to tlh"I r no ini
Thomanore worsh p more spm(na sly;and hidear
no lithop auto tu m.pic 0 el popular a method
of annount We rce oriy heard one of rlan n.net
accomp]whed run ouns so ran ore gave at
his dcoded ol-inson, rMr 11.0 as 11,,
othed ni si i.ar he as < I as way, t

poore t singin;*-sinor engin at all-m pr

ce as cre fru nals would ince had no < oes non to ru
twouga.ni tollow.ng this sayk or inue e. land it
onlyo toon wonhi be overe..w Nor < an we Where
that there wa choIr us rho lield-in.uk up *
Christian geoph-who h would not -.. Mr week
toathy appmen.,n or to an likewo-c..r slu y could
thereby help rt., cinerth ami leton toolfer a
better scour to God ..ui to do us.,re gold "
rysttwelvens..ndus.weventmousit
11 new r c.::re: the than
c who so to noon b to war lup God
susongsw.11.s an prayer I rilwin cle do,

an so so unust rouse. T to my ey
noting name rlican but cluy well not prefer
thus Try it, and even their oppositson will
tude away, wls n they had that trar Opra =/ul,
as at y be and ought to be, not marred ty
alsons on our ald crunched of offering


is transon >Ithalnes as *jaude
< e n. a-trians an energern
Presulent, Isr A la liamilton, a hard at walk
preparing for the a centh n on n lie a

I < adi .r a or

Iruarapups too r1 mut heiter of
the blethod rt ] urth in unth Cuthbort as a he anatol end la lthy pl we easy
of accessors surery russeverib at, else< lurches
flouralong-to short, just such a place na we
would adocr 1 tr a mile
nianding lu0aence in Iouror "I = .
be expected to adu our the surroun to
Dr. IIntual d I for
tio arch herspre if is r gr rising weth prounue alier ye rs of depressu>n
and suspension we wub him great access in
the praiseworiby work banner in th.ar sportat enson of Georges
The Eniory I.udown.cor I lan was br u;hthe
fore the Mecung, and nwe with so great favor
that seventeen uses we re vers regular added
tothellsedthe Iranwrt.f No Ilundreds
P S-Stuce the above su waits the Rev
J. lilakely danub h e. returned from Codi
bert, and reports that the Launss of the Meet
ang was conducted 2.ared.un rely to the end, and
that the dele;.ates psonanced in favor of hLe
snectrugs.annually
Tbc regious interest of the M ued to increase, and the t abbath service were
so promseeng th a the mann: weld probaby
be protracted through the week
Theelvestons so the Annual Confirace wer"
Delegates-Rev (' As rowell, A 11 Fletrollen,
WA Grahan J 1, Wm:1, Rev W II .11crratt, Jerry Deall, Hugh Farrior,
Dr Moore
REUNION WITH GOD
Natural death is the extinction of anon with
the body andfigurativelyrepresents moral death,
which is the extinction of the life of God from
the soul. Both are fixed by the fish of the Al-
mighty, and cannot he avdrted by human power.
No more can fallen man unite his spirit to the
Supreme Being by merely human skill or efort,
than he can conjoin it with his body after death
b natural o One th I of gi wer 0 son man was a
throne In s* .. and receptacle
of the 4.11 I a r s ve; but he has
been expelled and 40 gates barred against hite.
On account of man's guilty rebellion, God has
cutoff man's spirit from intimate association and
union with him, and thus it has fallen in a and
moral decay. Therefore, none but the Creator
can propose the conditions and furnish the
means, or make time laws by which spiritual
consociation and reunion may be established
between himself and the soul, and thee raise it
from the dead.






































































































































































































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others, Miss Augusta J. Evans, Albert Taylor I live to juries in the State of Texas, so as to Cokesbury District-4th Quarter, 1868.
Bledsoe, LL. D, Mrs. Margaret J. Preston, render it practicable to obtain juries in that TTEE
Henry Timrod, Ilon.A. J. Requier, Mrs. Anna State. The order requires jurors to be drawn ,
Cora R.. I I I si : 1 1 I from those registered, and none others, and no SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADYOC
Henry a other oath is required than that of registration -
Lanier, i -The eketion here passed off quietly both Situation BVanted as Teacher v. u. mrans, a n.. sorrom
Hope. $4 00 a year, 83.50 for six months. days. No oflicial returns are yet in. In the -o-
fourth municipal district the total vote polled is YA YOUNG LADY.A GRADUATE OF THIRTY.FIRST VO .7 i
1260. The Republican desponds of the vote -o--
4 g g (g i/ as t[enou h to an ra le chetion vtalid, S OLD AND WELL

the wholel201600 it tnuor rer at acni ---

Rome Threatened by Garibaldl* over 28,000 Several instances are noted of ,

P n da n as tr n < 2 emo loot ee te, u der differr new s.o s lot , e.anent.

Garibaldi was engaged in perfecting his pla . . - a ,
invasionof the Pontifical territory, which : I Ti '.1,, FAcULTY: .r. w

d on d eETear hlo I ri 3 ,, (ni r at cla ade ora1smenceamusiles
to be procla ethep pitalf 01 niged ii hold until ousted by the courts or is I o asequOPofAw eExRe

tentioils and design were made known to his ad Washington, Sept. 30. In the Report of the Lans "R" are
herents, and, consequently, to the Kings Gov- Commissioner of Agriculture for August and e .sanimorearrow.sor or I
ernment in this city, by the circulation amongst September, he represents that the wheat erop is
the revolutionistsofaveryinflammatoryaddreas, 1 .. . .. 7,,1 Corn prom. vrause> rrotenor .

ednanl issued heo sA rremoth r na0 army ivorm unigde its appearance i tt fiTI . a Anatomy, Physiology. ,
paper plae 4 King Victor Emanuel in a diffloult about tho pt inst., and caused considerable ap-
prehension in some sections for the safety of
1 L. .. I the crop. Potatoes are rotting badly in many In I
he is bound to maintain the Papal territory free of the large potato-growing States, and the yield
from filibusterism coming from Italy, even at will be less than last year. Owing to the severe
the cost of offending his progressive friends weather last winter, the wool erop this year is
has executed his from five to ten per cent. less than last year. MA LLON & FRIE RI
vite 1 1 1. He replied to

ulate also r Sun ya pcT Tdaj a fr Ru@ taT ox AS te rE2 sy 10 session opens odoxser41867. BOO EESELLEIR.S
the Garibaldiarf movement, cautioned his sub- the Suttan refuses the Czark Creton demand
ots I st aiding or taking part in it and , ms



dinacrime"againsttlalaw *I en- , aTATIONEns.
By virtue of this proclamation .au is th.a. La
been arrested, and from this act may ensue the Domestie Markets 4.1 M. HEI DT, corner congre...ma wastaker st,
settlement of the long vexed Italo-Roman and

Fa lor 2 u- n it became known Nzw You embe ).-Flour, more do DEALER IN Savannah, Ga.
here that Gar2baldi had been arrested and im- ing; Stato 8 25 to 10 60; Southern 10 25 to Drugs and Druggists Sundries,

pl n thi 1 r a re ea t T es0t rn a a : ... ha li d CORNER WHITARER AND STATE STREETS,
a pearing in the streets in crowds, m de ad b- annop n V tern Tid tor751.a sk i savAwman, on- K E CONSTANT I
n


riot, but the disturbane 2 auto a ac al na le ti 0 t 6Rice 10 n ITE ATTENTION OF WHOLESALE sonoot rooxs, and
was suppressed by the I fee etive8a d firme price Iloth quality a SCHOOL REQUISITES, of all kinds.

G rT b IGo be2m tt(er 11 the v luntep n 12\. Gold 434. -- --- summy scuoon nooxe,
on the Roman front er had been compelled to ]Lar rellone, September 30 -Cotton quie stenantMill TVanted
disperseEandreti 3b(8 coda tahnertrp am ion dreunchanged. F ur dull de cha3e (ANTED A SECOND-HAND PORTA suscera a usT ox

in whi he says that line faith of the Govern- ty5e unchanged. 200 jfirm rhnan n , ,, Allarderswalreceiveprompt attention.

nally unchanged. unders an a
1, .1 L. 1 1 1 1 move WILminaroN, September 30.-Spirits tur I onumerunning,
pontine dull at 53}. Rosin firmer, 3 126 to 0064 to HEMOVAL AND ENLARGEM
S
t said b Han e .2: n tas of 6 .LatesT N, temlbe i gt<1n activee A SELECT SCHOOL FOR S. B. HARRINGTO
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a
i tel n sa.in fi rther September 30.-Cotton opened DEAF AND DUMB MALES, "a magnan st., netween nu and

lic in f 28 ---halian ac us are t be telfee n ,llbuhI d Ic8e r IIE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY 7 IT TP IT T .TT 100


-Gar I a e wr ton 300 bales.s I 3 --- ottlon acLive u
letterfrounprisoninwhichheasystheRomana CINCINNATI, September 30.-Flour firmer,
ha a slave the r ght to ris eu di us leange Wh at go ema4nd;MRed - ---------- --


couraged and will march on to the liberation of IloEILE, Seatember 30 --Sales of 1000 bales ,' , fi R 0 0 ER 8, PR 0 DUC ]



n n easice is 5 b2a a d n I fe a cophar onc oun traca COMMISSION MERCH

1 thir retal 15 li for Nos. 12 ind 1 1001 . I = ra street, next to navaeman ana
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First 8 sion of the Pan- lie Synod sal ;tib ext las a Ficolu q t1s whamon a on @0.2, on a IIAVE NOW ON IIAZ

Pa e Ja tisession of the gi{ L Lard quiet; tiercen 153; e BT agree,

IrldoTm) im n all de ok lY i prayer" 10. Gold 1 411.
Illinois, necended the pulpit and preached the
opqping sermon of the conference. The remain. Foreign Markets, sr 8 Kean, From Augusta, on .
der of the day was occupied in laying out the 1 : -Under
business and arranging the general rules for the *- and more \
deliberation of the Synod. doing; sales ofl2,000. Lard 55s 3d.

41i'earsofaFeni 1onDoverCastle ACKNOWLEDGMENTS* Yarns
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lead to the fears of an attack on that place by _,. , oces am

gr as.atld pmesea xoans ane Cr daoken - REPLY TO ARIEL Molasses,
prevent any such mad attempt. - * REPLY AND REPUTATION **
Tus Erramic IN Texas.-Letters from La- .. . , , ,
Grange, Texas, state that the number of citi- ,, ,
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castle n ag a wnhzedbarely liv hu dred, W A.JAUDON, W. A@RAVEN, 0
days. The average mor 1 . . . JAUDON, ORAVEN &
atheked almost are sure I sepadw
r,.,i: . rtem ManuncturersofandDealeram
III s is 1 leath

Woolfolk & Anderson, 31EN'S, YOUTHS' AND BOYS' OLO
ing in the e ntry. There are no provisions in Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valines, Traveling
town; e coundtrye.peoO thwill nhotiventuranon wood sa w Thompson no WA RE OUSE smiles, ete

even material could be had to make gruel for Bishop's Fund. 117 monganton street,
the alck. Business had ceased entirely, the COMMISSION MERCHANT S.
stores were closed an 1 Sept 20-2m SAVANNAl
p li tiqu ter re jan He.de.. ( E RESPECTFULLY TENDER Of R

.." .. MACON, COLUMBUS, ALBANY, E

G 1 cro i ate ft a s"""""" cott

li .. Savannah Medical College,

Total...... ...... ... 188.730 . . SAVANNAH, GA. DOUBLE DAILY TRAIN FROM AU
(

Majority of white voters 1886, which would . .. .. HE ELEVENTH ANNUAL COURSE -
of Wo a neangappon neson HE GREAT ATLANTIC SEA


us stric in wheleh th 0 e h edna ri

ar t a districts having the majority of Spartanburg Distric --SC Conference A NE AND PAST so
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Richmond, Sept. 24.-General Schofield has

d li 4 at theemobn Ir triestion im os upon Sto Ve Houses
tion is having taken the oath to the United -sw--
Bt e An n iterwarda5 ed he bellion.issued THE SOUTH

an order directing the officers of the Freedmen's monsumes a savonu,
Burean in tinia District to turn over to the civil
authorities all negro paupers, and none others, II ESALE AND RETAIL D
who have been residing here since January Int,
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fused to obey the writ. The soldier had been HousavalsinNoc
beforethe Court once, but beforethe trialof orevery 9mphon,
the case ended the military declined to submit
to the arbitration of the State Court.
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