Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: October 11, 1867
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.4 .. I ,
a urch. It appeared also that there is great
election in most places in regard to the sup.
port of the ministry; in regard to family and
a I
-1 interesting
**- '
The Representatives from the Shelby District
to the Annual Conference are: Rev. Henry
Asbury, Lincoln Circuit; Dr.
Lenoir; Dr. W. M. Walker, 3 1.-.1* 3 i
A. Claywell, Morganton. Reserves: Wm. T
Shipp, Dallas Circuit, and J. C. Jenkins, Lin-
colaton
I I I I . I to the time
of li I i. I the Week
of Prayer and the hospitable entertainment of


as In cetfor te
nex .the various important sub-

jects before the body was animated, and, doubt-
less, profitable to all prescot.
The various interests of the Church were care-
fully canvassed, and the members of the Con-


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3 - *

We may ado = 1 : Elder con-
ducted afairs I bringing
all ton harmonious termination
A G. STAcY.
-
ON EDUCATION.
If or -n n"
of

ttae yof infidelity upon Christianity>
We are free to admit that knowledge without

eo ni save-- that to ed see in thedab-
We are ,, sl n i istrtu-

not t I 0 t tt

nearly all our Colleges and large schools, that
they may lead the youthful mind and heart to
embrace 'et tarutlic arts tna isaster, the


eiducati roe io o ta atlaughters if se
rising generation will evidently be thrown upon
their own resources, and the best that parents
can do for their children will be to educate them>
and let them, by the -- of God, earve.ont
their own fortunes. II inughters are more
helpless than the sons, and perhaps have supe-
no el mes aretg d to educent ima}h sno a


dejsi nand ad puendeqce, butiiour refinedli

fourdS a nud Salliceffort sho d e to tral tl

no ho sit ent3 ekbacilip h

the following question: Had Luther, Wesley
d Asbury beend"oul tat deand illbter e u]



A t i do ta 191 rna
manent Academy at tnis far famed Rock Spring
Camp-ground.
The Commiteco would also call attention to the
following Institutions of learningamongst others
that might be named, within the bounds of the
Shelby District, vis: The Davenport Female


aafnikern


ti6nan dearate.


this


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THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED BY J. W. BURKE & CO., FOR THE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTE. E. H. MYERS, D.D., EDITOR


Vol. XXX.-No. 41. Macon, Ga., Friday, October 11, 1867. Whole Number,1Q28


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the properties of a Church in its economy, as
to make its president and professors pastors, as
well as teachers, religion becomes better set in
these converts than it is in those in Churches

wree thoSso alSelTeent in igion is less cul.
College, and such is eminently its history since
it has been re-opened. 1 th almost eve o -

I in religious
and sancti-
:.,- ,. I = 1 rr *** Is nory, whose
obaldren everywhere rise up and call her blessed'
are now undeniable.
The war exhausted us in pupils and we sus-
pended, and the result of the war was to swamp
nearly a hundred thousand dollars in Confederate
securities; and the seizure of the buildings for
hospital uses, and the inexcusably bad conduct
of the occupants in 1. : I =1. I ., I
dormitories, apparata sila .. .I. ,,,
absolutely necessary on the friends of Emory
College and of annotified learning to come up at
once to our immediate help
Send in your name-become one of this glo-
rious Five Hundred Endowment Association,
and the Association is Emory's Endowment,
The beauty of the plan is, that some friend
who would pay over five hundred dollars at once
to enable usto buy stock in some unsafe institu-
tion, will in this Association have twenty-five
years to pay it out in, and the use of the five
hundred dollars in his own capital all the time;
and yet Emory College will be better endowed
than it would be with 8100,000 in any invest-
ment we could make of it-especially now.
Come, brethrenIam growing uneasy. Why
should Georgia creep on in this immortal enter-
I -- I 1 .,
r ., *** I ... I .. ... -. . I. .. ..
fa much greater number of citizens who are
our liberal friends-that are perfectly able to
enterTintoAthis Associatign at 620uanaccenoruinn 5-

indifference to a. 1 .. of Methodie*,t, can
defeat us in this proposition.
The Board of Trustees must see this guaran.
tee before the 26th day of November next. Com-
plete the Association, and we will pledge that
I the Board will make Emory College the pride of
Georgia, and the glory of the Church.
L. PIERCE'
Senior Trustee.
--
The Shelby Distact meeting, S. C. Con.
.
Te ---- 3- -- -t- e- y-- ---- a----s-t
r ,,
-- a r i i. .. I .- 3 -

ing for the present year in connection with the
Camp.meeting, devoting the afternoon of three
days to the transaction of the business of the
Conference. Hereafter the District Conference
will be held separately, as there wt]], in that
case, be a better opportunity for deliberation,
writing Reports, etc. It is well known that a
preacher's tent" = ..., -. I * -
a e for ( > '
I documents, the meeting of com-
mattees, ete
The Conference was opened with religious
services by the Rev. J. W. North, P. E., who
pres ded-
1 -
be<
of I a 1. .1 - I I . ., were
enz II s I -.s .. ubse
quietly appeared and took their seats.
11ev. A. G. Stacy and J. J. Prather we
elected Secretaries. The usual committees -
ordered and appoloted,
From verbal Reports made of the state of the
Church throughout the Districtit appeared, tlflit
the S. S. cause is on the advance; that the at,

.. I .


College at LenoirRev.J.R. GriiEth, President, 2. There seems to be a very great neglect of
the Mecklenburg Female College at Charlotte, public prayer. In days gone, pious and holy
Rev. A. G: Stacy, President, Mt. Bethel Acade- men and women prayed much, committing "all
my in Caldwell county, and Table Rock Semin- their ways unto the Lord, securing the vine
ary n Burlke utdw are as much as ever im- i fde teo e clo t u orT4 n

pressed with the importance of education under pour out their souls to God, who answered them
lid on int 01 ca t s2 a t fperom h n afai ,anodn r di e ienn
Institutions in our bounds whose objects and creased in love, and better prepared to work for
management are such as toreceiveour approval. God and the church; ever ready for the church,
ON THE BUPPORT OF THE MINISTRY. prayermeetlag, class meeting, and whatever du-
Your Committee, after examining the finan- ty might come. But ntow too manyof our mem-
cial condition of the District, are disposed to bere frequently negid aski and morning to
believe that the diiEculties which embarrass us acknowledge God an easing.
ith ked 3. There seems also to be a great want of
in is imports matte, wf unsomde marsy, self-examination; squaring the life by the word

P effo th 0 of the stewards. No of God.
thematic rt on e par devoted Christ 4. A false timidity, refitaing to act their part
reasonable man, certsdal no doctrine nt in the church of God as leaders, stewards, S. S.

bobjet ptroe le Nhe gos Pa d live of the teachers, or leaders or assistant n prayer meet-
gospel, and .that the support of the Church ings, e. ak in lo- r 1. ]..,- 11 le
should fall upon the members in p portion to a ndle dr bushel.
their ability to hear it. We do noPhpesitate to a d th th hurch
av the belief that a member who is unwill- has prospere em; us crippling the c
owo do h nabl art in austaloi his anditainstitutions; forcingthemanistry to leave
h\re is re toh of membership t rein their fields of labor to engage in secular employ-
h, is unwo y in th ment to support themselves and families, t us
But as we have no authority e prem ** depriving the church and the world of the gos-
we recommend the following as a To n be pel which alone is the power of God unto sal-

]et in our eres t, circump n s. Let every ration, and leaving the world in the darkness
toward pde himself with two subscription- and death of sin and ruin.
a provt But your Commsttee feel greatly encouraged
lists as below; and presenanthte first tden to know that since our last General Conference,
member wIthin his bounds, e secon 1st. That our Bishops have been actively at
who refuse to algn the first. Let the whole work in their respective fields of labor; that they
amount necessary fe th seudpporttobethe y ach- are out among the people with seal and success,
er or prea after not only building up and strengthemog the
Elder's clasm upon the circuit; and, work already begun, but opening new fields of
the members have had an opportunity of contri- labor.
buting, let the whole amonot subscribed on the 2nd. That our preachers on the various char-
second plan be subtracted from the web tTb" ges are nIso actively engaged in the great work

m grse iganned j tTemfi andepraper in propor- gh v bTe abour nute cam tto t obSi
tion to the valuation they have given of their to sell their horse to support their families, but
property. Let all this be done as early in the are traveling their work on f oot, meeting their
year as practicable; and let the stewards insast appointments regularly, dispensing the word of
that all amounts subscribed be paid in equal life, and thus, though poor, making many

qu ly ar the undersi 4, members rich, and having nothing yet possessing
of the M. E. Church, South, wit the bounds all things. According to the reports from the
of -Circuit, hereby e that, after the ministers of thiabistriet, there are evidences of
stewards shall have raiseda(oem others what they the spiritual Increase and prosperity of the
can, we will inake up the remainder of the ut dhannud oa7d at e-Mhan htave been cond
whole amount assessed to this circuit for the there is such estate of feeling and r vi nann
ar 186---, in exacht po ord n to ripe uniary ence in this part of the work as to very greatly
FI encourage us.
give the amounts opposite our respective names 3d. The attendance upon our ministry has
as a fair cash valuation of our gross income for very greatly increased the present year. Our
" I r >ur knowledge and congregations are often overwhelming, particu-
... is made with the lady on the Babbath. Their attention to the
.. .. 3 = s 11 not be required to word is anxious and profitable to them as is
a : .sch income evident from the effects produced.
a redesigneded, hereby 4th. The interest taken in Sabbath-schools
agree to pay, in quarterly installments, the sums seems to be unparalleled in the history of this
annexedhteo ours respectivCima es forC.t aueP- country. The interest taken in class meetings
port old. E. p t, r and prayer meetings is also much greater than
cace, 0 -. it has been for some years past, and the desire
ON THE *. ... of the membership seems to be to get back to
Your Committee have hadethe subject under the old landmarks.
consideration, and in view of the discouraging 5th. Notwithstanding the tremendous efforts
accounts which eome up from all parts of the made, by desxgmog men to cripple, disintegrate,
District, in relation to this matter, the vast im- and destroy us, our people, with a very few ex-
portance of the objects contemplated, and the ceptions, sell stand firm. A few of the zoore
necessity of some well digested plan to meet ignorant who have been frightened and deceived
those objects, would recommend the adoption of by threateandfalse representation, have left our
thefullowingresolution: church; but portion of them have returned
Resolved, That the preachers on the circuit disgusted with their deceivers. 11
and stations within the bounds of this District Your Committee would a ,
4,] r. that the best means of pa .
1 1 = is ra... 1. to great ends and arms of our church is, for the
.. ,, ; something. ministers of our church as one man, to urge
upon all the membership, both oilicial and pri-
oN suNDAY-sonoots rate, to hve up to the rules and laws of the
The Committee on Sunday-schools beg leave church in all things; that the duties relating to
to present brief Report: self, the family, the church, class meetings,
The Sunday-school cause throughout the Dis- 7----- ---t -z- 1--- f--+ -1----1. ---4-
trict is evidently on the advance. Number of
schools, 65; Numberof scholarsS,965; Amount served, and that, by all means, every effort be
raised for Sunday-school purposes, 8162 00. made to instain the church by supporting her
Resolved, That we recommend the cause of ministry and institutions to the utmost of their
Sunday-schools most emphatically to all ourpeo- ability.
ple, urging them to renewed efforts in this great This being done, the church will cut loose
enterprise. from the world, and being filled with the power
ON BOOKS AND PERIODICALs. of God witha baloof glory from heaven around
The Committee report that as a result of the it, will like theark of old rise superior to earth,
husbeen fearful lut d
n ojurlac t public mind and poubt Tafee
b rbid and seek onl the froth all on board.
an a oc us n the world of letter We li/ Resolved, That the members of this District
f novels and r --i EU Let us
this morbid r a : the
Church and the world a wide circulation of light and activity.
L
jealeso e relibgerohus11heat ir fami so ep] Public Prayer,

1 odaiod ootTir t scoht an 8 ac r I ib useAonf t e dtay Srerr in tou5tT th me
If we believe that the doctrines of the Metho- ister who some time since wrote in its favor, for
dist Church are the best for ut, we must believe this reason among others, that it would check
are the best for our children and the the proselyting from our ranks to the Protes-
I As such it becomes our indispensable tant Episcopal Church, occupies unsafe ground.

'bill tour famihes and erchha so.sitiBut as there doesonot seem to be
.11 . y sp on on e pa our es
to use the Sunday Service, the point is hardly
I worth discussion. Everybody knows that the

affects us A Oburch is strong weak, accord- ethod eno inkreclh, tthonC peyedhen uselby
ez 1 I : 1. I 1[ T .1 1. .1 ... I



n neat depawments of Ae Church or tions of the sauctuary. Those who do not need
to know us designs and enterprises so as to be such assistance, of course, will not avail them-
in sympathy with, and feel a proper interest in selves of it We are free to say, it has been of
those enterprises, without some circulating me- g = .: I ...1 1,
dian a ome Church or. el
apon the mem. who carries our Sunday Sertice with him, as a
twish a r * I = 1 0 the Southern closet vade mecom. Some ministers have the
()hr an Advocate sed her Chn h prapesd samerfmtn ofdr er nerall a very bald no

prayer meetings, at family worship-in the Sun-
We would also heartily reconun ir riour day-selmoltoe as room, e t is

I prayer, as well as preaching, as developed by

e upo unt ODp t m Ith a t

their familie and of extending its circulation need the aid of the Holy Spirit in this
as in every other duty. The Spirit also help-

people the out rn Christian Advocat I on eth r infirmities; for we kno not wha we
ur es h cot eti n la solemnadi y to takebit in
able to subscribe for. pap ey may
Resolved, 3d. That we recommend to all our NOT YET
Sunday-sehools, the Sunday-school Visitor print- . ,, ,
ed at Nashville
. .-= 2 or 1 la 1, he waabusy
ON THE BTATE OF THE CHURCH. Wit ' .[ 1 II ** e i grow older I

va e Commiltee find from the ie a ftom e wil Ainktabout t"rew to be a young man,

si ub lo 0 should be, an i e u abi st ei to rarC;u2e ee my si s

ub Too r mdthoen we ag tsarrit atTthis pro Ishall have m tim han no
there are comparatively few heads of thmilies man of inin anyrol i n mu n la


I luty placed He lived to be a grey-beaded oldman. "Not

H ddi lithbcb chd d Cd" still h criled; Ishalld or ire fkoshtrade,


at o7foanitu bet t ast d w36 a beeHed 0 etoann rtime
past, in the true spirit of piety and holy zeal, lived without God, and died without hope.
often children and guests have been brought
umler conviction, and in this way many have The are of an evil tongue must be done at
been converted. Thus they trained up their the heart. The weights and the wheels are
families in the nurture and admonition of the there, and the clock strikes according to their
Lord, and in the way in which they should go, motion.


being wholly incompatible with Christian char- in alienating the hearts of truly Christian right to dissent from us. He however seems to
aeter, ple. Their knpwledge of human nature tes he laboring under a misapprouension which a
What onlht to be done, can be done. No them to expect streh difference, and their chari second perusal of that article would remove. We
well digested plan has ever been adopted, and ty allows these differences, without a F. . wrote in reference to the stated family worship,

tpast deli licency ismoire abt buta ootbh at yet wraere Thie "agree to
is admitted, the will to meet it also, and I be- Eut notooly must difference of opinion occur; I .r I . I I = II
lieve the means j Isa to f211the I. . . I ( = trom e du dd 0 prudence

The chief feature of my plan is in ra, : . I s .. . .r I I . =or may become insufferably tedious, and
de6nite term of service to be passed ,,, ... . II . a I 0 s'. his visits a "bore," to use a provincial,
ministerial labors before one is eligible to the --hs. revi. to give and take offence. The ism. Paul and Wesley, Baker and others, no
superannuate's relation-and not then, without = 1 .. ui aca, gathered of every kind." doubt did all that Querist credits them with; but
physical or mental disatihty. Objectors will The "darnel" grows with the wheat, and resem- they did it prudently, had seal" with knowl.
eali this arbitrary. I reply, in wise legislation, blesthe seedof the master's sowing. Soin every edge." Knew when to exhort, and schen to
there must needs be generalization-incidental society, ofences must come," sooner or later. "omit it." Our i. si 1. stions
and individual cases must be disregarded for the It is our duty to consider well, as Christian men, mentioned, and I .1 will
general good. Legislation in Church and State how to deal with these dilliculties when we are give us some good hinto how tombey these; and
should proceed on the principle of the maximum involved in them, and learn what spirit we must so time our counsel and advice, as to do good,
of good and the minimum of evil. It cannot be of, to avoid oKending Him, "who hath power instead of harm. That there are times who
be absolutely perfect; approximation is all that to destroy soul and body in hell." an exhortation, short and pointed, will effect good
can be expected. Ti i si ii 1 .- we do not doubt; but that the exhortation,
I would say, no preacher shouldbe eligible to : .1 11 = I ** should be an invariable part of the progriknme
the superannuate's list under 15 or 20 years of we do doubt. We still say to family worship,
itinerant service. Dr. Abel Stevens has esti. nected with hatred, malice, revenge; but a very "the ezbortation omit" and a em ourself not
mated that 12 years is the average itinerant ca. ..i. .. .cs 1. . 1 si 1 very un-"Pauline" for doing so, and in the spe-
reer of a Methodist preacher, but it is not a fair I. I eite work of the pastor, be governed by circum-
average, and, no doulic, at present the average him; I want nothing to do with him though; sts es; only "be wise as serpents and harmless
11as increased and is increasing for obvious rea. let him go his way and 711 go mine,'> said an of- as es.'s
sons. The starvation policy has sent more men fended brother to the writer, speaking of the We did not know that we had written any
to private life and pursuits, than death has to oleander. Thus far he only obeyed the injune- thing about political converentions, agriculture,
the grave at a premature age. As our people tion, avenge not yourselves, vengeance is mine, etc., or aught in favor of giving "large room to
have increased in intelligence and so wealth, I will repay saith the Lord," but he had forgot- .1 .1 it .. a short time to God's wor-
they have.become more liberal, and hence few- ten the duty to "love" his "enemy," and "pray I I friend wants a thesis on
er are forced to locate just at the maturity of for them that despitefully used" him-to "over- these subjects he must get some one to write it,
both their physical and mental powers. Hence come evil with good." When this duty is thus We have no time noto for their discussion.
the average itinerant career will be greater, and stated, men antisfy themselves with the simple One other matter. We are sure Mr. Editor,
is probably now 18 or 20 years. In fixing this affirmatica, "I cannot do it." You can do it, an one loves : 1 => we do; but if
limit, it would be wise aud safe to take the aver- ) 1 .- ] .f .. . I any of the r .- 11 = 1 with a .
age duration of human life which is about 40 a is I, 0 Ir - I I - r 3 r .. .. .
years, and supposing a young man to enter the you are required to obey, and whose promise as. = 1 I i :
ministry at 21, he WORld have An average expec- sures you of the grace necessary to render that singinl; but that miserable jargon ten sing
n of life of 10aor ars.asi'Fhismighbt be o edi fan It m cosute you amterritte struggle surely nobody loves that W.

the nature of the case admits. If a man enters you love your enemies Ral to the C
the ministry at35, he has an average expectation If all who are earnestly desiring to flee the How nobly = ause.
of only 5 years, and cannot in justice, have wrath to come," were not only "servants," are 1 people of Ge gia
equal claim with one beginning at 21, for he has sons of God," were ended with his Spi, I * =1 In ese
been most of his life engaged in secular pur. the Spirit of love, these difficulties would rarely at Athens, for a long time str gling a le
suits and may be presumed to have provided for occur between earnest members of the Church "a name to hve,": i grantess in
biniself Yet they do occur sometimes between men of her strength and . 0 to fill her
It is a great deal in favor of this plan, that this class, and we would present to their consid- halls. Think of Emory, but recently languish-
by this method, the superannuate's list would be ration the Bible ruleformanagingsuch troubles ing, now stepping forth with the vigor of her
et ISy tredu d t cl safrdom lienm : z best days. True, much of this is owing to the
have served not even six years-mere boys- i. . I ** * Tilmral apprropri ionse madeh stehaeoteg a '"1.
faihug in health are put in the same category but some may read this who have not read any- Bisho P d cho G ols
with theveteranof fifty years' exhausting labor. thing from suchpens. tainedph rece, an edorgza prea em, stua-
Ti ] ,s is a positive outrage "If thy brother shall trespnes against thee, go G le erprise an apprees a
3.... .. 3 an in favor of such a and tell him his thult between thee and him corg:a peop .. ., i . .
superannuate, against the old, simply because by alone; if he shalt >- ti--- +>- 1--e -
frugal habits, the veteran may have provided thy brother." li = .r 1.1 = II I . .. /, , ,,
during a long service enough to save him from comes and confee = ..Is a 1 , ,, ,
absolute want. Ile needs more-deserves more impelled him to do the wrong, and the conscious le of Alab less liberal with their
--is entitled to comfort. ness of having done so, will tend to keep hi" havama aref it. Our Coll
Preaching the gospel is not deleterious to away. Thu, the wronUed party, must take the zoprensively erected, and more lare ces are

brealth (the I ugest lived in nearly all tables initiatorysteptowards reconciliation-remember, ,, , .. It is not because
or I;. a young man towards reconcifiation, for this is the object you , . not sent to Col-
..... I r ..... a sew years, it is should seek. You desire not revenge, or to ex- , y n p___
almost certain he would have failed in any other pose the wickedness of your brother; not, as the Potomac to t, ,
vocation, in which event he could have had no men often say, to let the Church know how this want of patronage in our 0 -
elaims on Conference for support, and would mean he is,"but to bring him to repentance and Not because their Facult is inferior. Some of
have had to rely on his special circle of friends effect a reconciliation a between you and him them may challenge consparison with those of
fbr assistance. Should the failure in health be alone." You must not first tell your friends how the oldest Universities. Why is ity
the result of indiscretion, it is not reasonable to badly he has treated you, counsel with them what First, We have no Southern Christian Advo
j
burden the Conference with his wrong. If the to do, say hard things about him, and make it a cate located at Monteomery, to i
prostration be fairly traceable to unavoidable communityafair. Keep in secret withyour- thousand leading Methodist / -1 al.
dangers in an unhealthful climate, it would be self ; tell no one till you see him. And do opt bama, and give the full influence of its editor
far better to provide for such exceptional cases delay in this matter. Time will be worse than and correspondents to the cause of learning at
by specific efort, than to improperly classify wasted, if spent in brooding over your wrongs- Greensboro and Auburn.
them, by misnomer, as superannuates. Go and tell him his fault,'* 1 1' I 1 Second, Our Alanama Bishop is so situated as
A man is not superanswated simply for such brotherly. Carry with you not to be free, like Bishop Pieree, to sound the
partial infirmities as are common to humanity- your heart, which will poison your words and end "rally call," and arouse into v orous life a sle -
certainly, cannot lay claim to be supported be. In injury to both. If you delay in the matter, commonwealth ag ep
ease of oneh mental deficiencies as result from let it be only to get this out of your heart; let angthird, Our leading preachers have been ed,
his own idleness. A superannuated preacher is it be at the cross. "If he hear thee," and in a cated in other Institutionsand have not learned
one who is disabled to such extent, that he majority of instanceshe will, .1 I .
could not labor eHiciently if he would, thy brother." A blessed res n i .. . m
Upon the absolute plan I am arguing, there Do not tell the friend you meet on your return true of our ple
would probably, at no time in a Conference of of your failureand hear him say flattering things Fourth, 0 Colleges have not the immense
100 preachers be over a half dozen bone fde of yourself, and insinuate hard things of influence which attaches to e land
superannuates, probably about as many widows your enemy. Keep it still a secret. Hear Th si ag prestige
of this class. Christ: a Take with thee one or two more." for
IIP the North Georgia Conference there are Not those, whom he regards as adverse to him; g I We s eak for the Moot
not more than twentypreacherewho have travel- but prudent, pious men. '1 -1 1 1: I its C liege at Aubur ome
ed twenty years. Of these probably there will tidence as well as yours. I them do just what 11
not be more than five or six that will ever be on society. I ,i -m doing for Emo F ,
the retired list. The greater number will re, and if he .- la . I to your sons. N or a .. . . I .
main effective till death, the few that may be esta'olish your meekness, and patience, and gen til you have tried at ,
superannuated will pass off thelistbefore young- tleness; and his obstinacy in wrong doing. cide!
er men reach the eligible age, or be compelled These good men and true will not scatter fire Second, Help us out from among the present
of necessity to superannuate = As-
An absolute sum, an annuity, should be paid I *; I , .. , ,, .. of
tosuperannuates without discrimination, subject proper time,
to no discount. I would say not less than "If he shall neglect to hear them tell it unto Bishoo Piereo's plan, only the pledge is for ban
( maryied man r .ronsised merely as treer Yo a Id f nd oth7T!s i neo trDn er'

P Ala. Bend btm your name and send your son
tentation of veteran sold noftthfr e mTd assembled piety and wisdom as cs tl thts immediately to Auburn. DE Bosco.

. . g, == future is contenoplated, and tempt the work you have failed in; and "if he
the period anticipated, when age and infirmities neglect to hear the Church, let himbounto thee Emory Collego Endowment Association.
forbid cifective service and prevent also secular as a heathen man and a publican," "to whom This conception has been everywhere lauded
pursuits. What an opproblum to the church, thoustillowestearnestgoodwillandalltheoffices -
that a man who has consecrated his time and of humanity."
talents wholly to spiritual labors, should be Nothing could be plainer than the direction
doonied to close the evening of life as an object of Christ. Can he be guiltless who pursues any modifibation. Thediference at the start will be,
. f ..pon alms doled out stinting. other course than this ? Is it likely, that any there will be bound for five years as a part of
faithful wife and children, other course will result in anything but strike the contract, and ours indefinitely, with the privi-
crushed with poverty and ignorance! Such is and contention, editing as partisans the mem- lege .1 1 at any time.
to fiction, no fancy sketch, but too often a stern bership of the Church, and working as an evil I . . a will excuse me-even if
reality, the very thought of which is an intoler- leaven in the whole lump? Ought not any they do not gustify tue-in writing this article
able moubus to a man and woman of real other course, on the part of a member, expose on the Endowment proposition, after it has been
worth and sensibility. Let the annuity be suf. him to Church censure ? so clearly stated by Bishop Pierce, as President
ficient-that when added to the small savings a But," says one, "he does not repent." Then of our Board, and explained by the Editor of
that may be made, during a long run of years, you need not forgive in the sense of receiving the Advocate,-especially so, as I am a survive.
there wril be agessonable certainty of an aver- him back into you I .1 i- -. . i . r f the origmal Board of Trusteea-
. I .1 luxuries 6f wealth but the him be unto thee I 1 .1 number who united in the prayer

I would never tref otht common alks of li eTsdf ley t tivet r ch ,
(except for crime;) for if a few rich men are deepest love. God so loved us while we were *
occasionally superannuates they pany be safely i r usu o slanpardone nCrsbas t and especially, the learning we were preparing

annuity to a 1 ', gives not unless we repent, and as Christ for I ( .1 = = or . 1 I
ma ried gl>erannudatleet beeq ul nipaidban we u, a orye i h of m mor s of th well timed prayer meeting a


18 y<. & = F. doing thou shalt heap coals of fire on his head." most dear. There were I. A.Few and Andrew
may I .e s; we Iv Good brother Faithful has almost lost patience 11ammil of precious memory pouring out their
Eatouton, Ga. J. W. HINTom can etiohn wi 1 oneaft rehese t sp er e I

FORGIVING OFFENCES r = :.. In a I 3 . / r,
BY REV. G. H. WELLs. and did accept our ofering in the way of edu-
livia tresp ed against year after year. To- national service, 2s as clear as that God is. Be*
I was once accidentally thrown into the com- day he asks, how < F. . il I cause if he was not, no prayer obviously could
pany of a very agreeable stranger, who com- Till seven times ?" be answered. But we old men who helped con-
municated a fragment of his historywhich sug- times seven." "If thy brother trespass against secrate the whole of this offering to God-while
tested this article. He was returning from his thee seven times a day, and seven times a day it was in purpose and plan only-can fully real-
Ch -meet ,,, t uty miles frodmh s home--- t rn u thee, saying I repent, thou shalt for- ech exacti God has answiered t payers of

a aginore el onceaquarter. The fragment A the dareetheir teesOmbiseienne t rw le vuerchbeqn identled with the borosf et

wit chi If waand e r e ,hi sre f 01 re adnho It rn tfee.younyeoure tr orgia Conference are invo ved These Col

u li n nhene to the a vae us pear n I bnedire chd a ha e y

matter between them, simply ordered, that this from our hearts? Colleges the Methodists in Georgia, and the

br reallmo hisn memj thoe----- hurd, friends of the Met is e n tmeab st any-


ofthingscontinued a wh ap ar w ow vblyAt ue it--. 11 1 IEmory Toprovh
relation. The circumstance reminded me of knew at the time of writing the article objected mind the fact, that there is not 1
armilar instances in our own Church, and very to, that there were advocates of lon! services, Georgia, in which there have been as many re-
naturally awakened a train of thought which exhortations, etc.; men who held very nearly vivals and as many conversions as have occurred
may be profitable to the reader, opposite views to those advanced by us; and ex- atEmory College, and no where have conversions
Differences of opinion will occur among prous pected only "individual"opinions, notdar : & -. I ii . a doubt, from the
men; but these should not-seldom do-result speak ex cathedra." Querist has a lines so much of


I 188 OSQ.


DEATH IN LIFE.
any J. noma

it was the balmy summer time
Alovely day in June.
use year was in it.verypr me,
Allmatureseemedtormy anduhnne

GreattreesMAlarishwealth of green
Stood proudly all around;
vineformed strailmarerdant screen,
wanestosom..arnama as between'

Almostentrueed l atood and gued
Upontheebumingriew,
a witatan heart icate y prasses,
witiseverybreathldrew,
Ahthisianter superfecture
In all its strength and prade,
with hope elate, with power rare,
Untoucheny care, unharmeasynertre,
No joyno than annied-
A sudden wind apanningbreeze
n.wayeja at we as
Thearoup.orgreat agantietrees,
And thenwn quickly gone,
Butasitpasseddie green ea feH
Twtoneseemed changenesignmainen,
My hearteteedstid beneath the sp,11
Of unexpected death
One instantwarmgbrightandfair
No danger seemingmgh, *
Then by the cool and balmy air,
Whichon y health and stron 6 should War
Torn from the bonghetodie
sotoo," rseen che ngandbrumorn,

"he

Their sun went down wh le yet twas day*
No timer rrein e sk say,
suchkitseleave corn rc away,
They on y wed to use.


OR ( E $RS,


A Financial System Wanted-One Pro-
posed.
wo. I
As a member of the Joint Board of Finance
of the Georgia Conference, I was appointed at
1 fthe last session to devise a system to be present-
ed for its consideration and action. This would
have been done at the last session but for the
division of our territory, an event necessitating
two separate Boards of Finance and an entire
reorganization in this department. I take the
liberty now of offering my reflections to the pub-
lie, as it willgiveppportunity foran interchange
of views in advance, whereby truth may be
4 evolved, and error eliminated.
In the next Conferences there will be a new
and gotent element-a large lay delegation. To
these representatives I especially direct my re-
marks, hoping to elicit aid more than to give
conusel-
The recent change in our polity gives me great
satisfaction. I hope that the long delayed a -
swer to the money problem of our economy wi 1
now be given-the introduction of a new inetor
will enable us to complete the analyers. With-
out a lay representation there were insuperable
didiculties to be encountered. These will now
disappear.
Methodist preachers have usually the doubt
ful reputation of being bad financiers. Perhaps
it is true, and the fact can be readily explained.
But how could a body of energy, however wise,
devise a system of finance by their own vote, in
which they were solely interested and do thra
without the co-operation of those who alone
could give it ediciency. This is like an attempt
of the House of Lords of tbc British Parlia-
ment to make appropriations without the concur-
rence of the Houseof Commons. Delicacy for-
bade even an assertion of their full rights;
bence the low estimates hitherto for the support
of Conference beneficiaries. Even of these dis-
creditable sums, not more than one-thirde ough
have never been realized, beang discounted from
25 to 50 percent., and this for the want of sys-

At present, the whole subject of the support
of the various beneficiaries of the Annual Com


ceei than at owboont wI 1

oestiouss di rsetltkd by such a body as can
In such a wide, varied territory, different sys.
tems will be needed for different latitudes.-
There is such a disparity in the cost of living
in the several Annual Conferences, so much di-
versity in intelligence, wealth and social habits,
difference too in allmate and longevity, that a
homogeneous system is impracticableandinequit
able. Without more preliminaries, I proceed
after the preacher's fashion, first giving my text
afterwards the discussion.
1. A definite number of years in the active
itinerant ministry to be passed before one is
eligible to a superannuate's relation. Eligibility
to dT d edy on years of service and
e act y.
2. All bona fde superannuates and their de-
pendents to have an absolute num-an annuity
-to be paid without discount or discramma-

. tion. Widows and orphans of men dying in the
I effective ranks, to be entitled to the same annui-
ty as erinnuatesmpbrovided the husband had
vice before death, that is required toentige one


on be a 3n ceon r ityo e
e mary law, rea ers partially disabled, yet
a evote e pastor work up to the i
me re of th ir a it Nounn qda son


of the 1.. : s.

auhp rannuates havetreeceived theirfu Idlllowane
tr wI ws, etc., succeed im a
such at iscrimination exercised as facts may
warren .
5. Deficient preachers in the effective ranks
to have their defleits at by the Conference
Missibo yo edalacu t usum 0 be taken as


t sra y iom neena tmeye tauperin

ach rd e es ity d shuobantt To e


es a s se do fo an eorea n ,ee a
the Domestic Ms ionary Board to do likew so

to perov o for he probabledefroiency among the


a r 3e re
ourbrethronelsewhere. Some welldefinedplan,
easily understood, just, liberal and equitable, sa
Imperative .demanded. I believe is a slauder
on Metho ts to say the disgraceful failure to
meet an obligation so potent that none deny it,
as attributable tpselfishness-parsimonylike this








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SOUTIIERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.


162



Sant an @ristian ShbotatE.


3 EORGIA, OCTOBER11, 1867


Reports of Distriot-meetings.
A correspondent writes:
"Subearibers are complaining that too m 1
of the paper is taken up with Reports of
trietanectings. It is making the paper so
what unp pu ar can you not condeuse'"

. :.; n,: .::::::::::::::::
full reports were even from all of them M e,
therefore, respee-red the Secretanes in reporting
to conflue themselves to the most prominent
points, and to re port results, rather than the pro.
cess, by whub obey had been reached Some
have done this Whers have partially ahridged
the reports, and left the lodstor to do the rot
Other have at ti ca.,:matiopted The Ildstar
has bad no halle trouble to tb lie I
ene cases. na
general:y condensed"-cutonuo much from
the proceedm::-, thaI, deathms, there are 2'
heavy cousy.iaInts, on the one enlo, for not re
taming 2000, as du re are, on the other, for
publisint.g to, much We woubl fully picuse
every body. but obus is imposible-so we are
left to the alternative of trying to do what may
do most goes)

area t ic rtas ordonela"topalwl al,
ers They al contain unportant truths, and

In a to mo a n kedrist
sus rue ve a ng annous They ought to b
'" hey re I the


et T b er tlus war ily Ag

th tic n es n are mP
Detric two n a new thing les busino,
powers capa i JI had to be learned by ex.

see in al < ra tr

they in ght be we cly educate in their work.
The way bang horned by all, hereafter a state
tuent of sub may be all that is near
These repals wave another valuable purpose
Now, for the i.ret tune to the bestor3 of our
Church, are she buy speaking their ruind on all
the greasp:ae::cal que Hons, Much copage the
Chuma and are num try They are not only


valee shoubl Late 1;o n has d The trupube
they Esve pro en the Church, through the
t tson n can,} a nor so be -ur
nearly all our territory is largely due to the su.
fluences cmana In: from ilu 1)Htrict mediug
They have, with singdar un.unnery, although
In many separare inectsugs. reached hke enclu-
sions, on almost every question of unportance to
the progress 01 Christianary and the growth oi
our Chuach it well that the fact houbt be
known, and, henc the no d of publ shing so

"""if an ...
Church has ga nM radar than to t, thou b so
much sps.e in the paper ba be n devowJ to
these reporu


I is 3< a r s ph lud
with the subyet narea of these reportua long
at la to 1.0 hop. J that next year will Unny then
a bill of fore more palatable to them, than the
opinlo a ofth 0 1 y as to the duties and dere.


The Missourt Conference
From no more (In: letter in the U.eironore
Epeal" 'ie,/ <. waitects by an lier W .11
leftwich, we ecles the followave it..ans
Time plan are al prow of the coultrence
the r. ru


floard of 11soon th .-not], as "
non, pha el web 1.- ours, :0.1 preas hes w.rb
power Dr 11. ]< ::0 1- naprovine .ni
pleased useh rin < ce the 100: manhe
world, is *).0 mean"
oI was anni late, the Apr of ** At

:1:" "t ,', :,to^' "::
characterIsree it hop .Martin a addre sw '.4
do crealls in any le art. or be.ni, as othee
the co urson it surpassed she expectanon 4.1
the tone senan no it reached nearly 8 "

cro Qon[th her hardh i ?100 r b
oniv rlanty n.eral.er he coorriburian was abnut
the be El ever saw male at an Annual t'only
ence Preacher lay representaraves, inseroiz
nerously, unbly
the Isishop preached
and ordainei ron prewhers to she alice of .ie:*
can us the church, alter which he anoonoced
that there was sull a debt of 81,5:4 no clu
church, aunt asked the congregation fbr the
money Many were a uprised that he would
after the ht,
inan consid

nowal, and w all an
The lay element in the deliberations of an
Annual Coraterence, was here, for thetirst rune,
tried, and, withour he Itallon, the P<-oference

cuj| @ida as gr so a the Taj in <1 go
to both the ministry arol neembershrp a higher
sense of oblicarren and devoran to the work of
the church-united and cemented by a cleor
graparby nJ a more perf
IFt e 3 a
array of legulative abulary and torensic talent
that would do credle to any debberarave body
There was no disposition amongst them to be
oflicious, but a wise appreciation of the dignity
and importance of their position. They too


.1 1. .1 ml a

JE I

nodol ad to cohoaPneraltaebwith tlh I in
duction of Jaymen into the Annual Conferences
is a success, and adds greatly to the power and
deficiency of the church. This, I believe, will


of -
ences: authorized them to elect the delegates to
the Annual Conferenese, and placed under their
control andrnanagement all the high schools and
seminaries of learolog now noder the control of
th Cordereneg, except hose that are chart ed;

to.. I = ri 4 as .

making them tributaryto Central College. This,
In a measure, reorganizes our educational system,
4 laces it on a more permanent and uniform

Action was taken, looking to united and vig-


Vol.xxx. No.41


Wm. A. Wilson, Amerians, Ga
A. A. Adams, "
Charles R. Jewett,

ul NntillneDonell, "
Wm. H. Chambers, Columbus, Ga.
Arminius Wright, Auguess, Ga.
J S. Stewart, Atlanta, Ga.
Gea. Kramer, Madison, Ga.
A.Means, Oxford, Ga.
James R. Thomas, Oxford, Ga.
Miss Ella B Lipsoomb, Athens, us.
John W. Simmons. St. Mary's, Ga.
L. Pierce, Jr., Sparta, Ga.


3 br ka ,
John Turner,
B. Hill, Talbotton, Ga.
A. Dudley Hammond, Foreyth, Ga
Thos. G doott,

I i.Li(Speer,
B. Pye,
R. J. Wyno, Eatonton, Ga.
Jas. Wright,
Thos. J.Smith, Monticello, Ga.
W. H. Thompson,
T.7 Howard, ColaparcheeGa.
A. Perkins,
E. F Lawson, Waynesboro, Ga
John P.Duncan, Amerxcus, Ga
James I. Slider, Maeon, Ga
Alfred H. Colquitt, Newton, Ga
J. R Danforth, Macon, Ga
J. M. Bonnell, Macon, Ga
Jan s Jackson, AMacona, Gk


I TI
Henry Hull, Jr, Now Orleans, La

Is y, Athens, Ra

3 aPF r an,

hGar 1100,

a TW N ILamar,
Young L G. Harris,

Gent onarrison, Savannah, Ga
James Lacklison,
Chas.A. Magill,




A. C.Miller,
J. F. Hardee,
| R. H. Tatem,
EdwarHGrayson,

Chas. H. Williams,
C. D. Rogers,
John W. Hinton, Oxford, Go
Edward L. Thomas, Covington, Ga



Bishop J. O. Andrew, Summerfield, Ala
J. W. Reynolds, Thomaston, Ga

JaTa oanees, Fairb sh
I Harrison,

Mrs. E. A. Bandy,
R. M. Jackson, Culloden, Ga.
M. H. White,
1,-. Grilln, Ga

G. d Clarke, Fort Valley, Ga
I is :, Barneaville, Ga

J B McGehee Newnan, Ga

AHhSrWim rly, JoiFetatm &
AH Flewellen, Georgetown, Ga
Rufus1 Foreman, Washington, Ga
Robert 8 Smith, Washington, Ga
G skey, M At ,Ga



Lucius T Campbell, Madison, Ga
B W Fortson, Wilkes county, Ga
Julius A Peek, Cedar Town, Ga

o 1. Lawrree ille, A

John J Jones, Waynesboro, Ga
Wm H Young, Columbus, Ga
Alfred J Young, New York
HD Moore, Albany, Ga
\VA Parks, Badabadge, Ga

Henry Slappy, Newton, Ga

R1YSFlournoy, ThomaabralleGa

N dareews,
TB Harben, Newton, Ga
WM Keynedy, Camilla, Ga
.= H Hall, CamillaGa
*1 F Hudson, Camilla, Ga
II C Cannon, Camilla, Ga
J B Jeffoont, Centreville, Fla
H 6110, Aupsts

J. T.Derry,
W. P. Harrison, Atlanta
SD Clements, Greenville, Ga
W C Dualap, Carrofiton, Ga

J OtkCook, Cat rt, G
W B Merritt, Amerious, Ga,
L J Davies, Lumpkin, Ga.
GW Munroe, Buena Vieta, Ga.
Robert Lee Baroum, Lumpkin, Ga,
Willard Boynton Barnna, Lumpkin, Ga.
J BLawson, Jannestown, Ga.
TT Christian, Dawson, Ga.
CA Crowell Dawso Ga.
AL Hamilton, Cuthber Ga.
J T Flewelles Columbus, Ga.
Andrew Pierce Rives Cuthbert, Ga.
7 P Matthews, Florence, Ga.
I II arris, HuFn


B J Baldwin, Cuthbert, Ga.
John T. Norris, Dalton, Ga


EmoseeC 1 < g thEndowment lisne
was so poor; perhaps never so much pressed
But I feel like I wanted to be one of the 500
civine $28 annually. Dark as every thing is,
H. I promise, andlwill try to perform.


opbuto me down in you list urs in

East Alabama CollegeReliefAssoelation,
To the Prmehere ot the Montgomery Conferene,
Dear Brethren:-At the recent Distriot-



t a
excellent and most valuable Institution of learn

w iike others I so a eenet n
or so largely impaired its receipts and resources
from that quarter, that it is now compelled to
rely upon its patronage and the aid and efforts of


bloo gomiqi nfe enoem a
the 1 li .c I ...ul. ., placed at the head of
subsc .g. ag ... i. we desire to have
perly presented to all our people and all frie
of education and Chastianity within the bounds
of the Code nothand etoe do is, ethunder-

desires earnestly and urgently to solicitandpen-
treat your active and hearty co-operation and
aid.
The following is the obligation and conditions
to hea your subscription lish eunto subscribed


etchoentipan e and on eerrea no thT


orous effort to put "Central College," located at than subscribers pay for them. Ought not read- knew before-that the "Southern church" has Gospel which is to-day and forever-"Faith, to give up seeking the Lord until they feed him
Payette, on a permanent footing, and to cany ers, therefore, to be eatisfied-gettingmorethan thrownn old Methodism overboard." And there Ho, Jous TRYox. preolous to their souls. There were 39 added to
out in good faith the plan upon which it was is pathetie talk about the "Mother Church" arid 1807, -, 1 i (. 1 o si .
originally c and meake i ndCeodnf r their ru eyshwo hLePe e y u a erOcladethu <"--a lurehn f 11 ey Letter from Spartanburg, 8. C. , , . f

recommended the election of Rev. Dr. D. R one other, and we can then niford to publish the often denounced, and from which others, that vistricemediousinsoutscarouna.-wesor 11. of the St. Louis Advocate, to the paper, without resorting to advertisements to are older, in 1844, voted that we were bound to Mr. Editor: I returned home last week after
of the College, a :I i keep it above water, separate. I 1 == !* I *** ** LAWRENCEVILLE, N. G. CONP-The Rev.
hoped that inducements can 1 ri gument ? I I - l' J. M. Lowrey writes:-The Lordisrev2vang his
influence him to accept the position, as few men it is no == a = . work in this circuit, and the people are acknow-
us position, or New Advertisemonta Rome ? In . g . 1 T = pray.''
*II 3 tailnence. S. T. Consiss, a well-known merchant of Christian should change his church relationship, I have been able to judge for myself, and to I 10 .r I 1. 1 "stood
.L was form. Macon, offers a large assortment of Dry Goods it is, that by so defug, he may enjoy more re- gather the opinions of brethren, it must be con- the storma" of about fifty years, and that, too,
#, w rb henig trers a la on 00) to aid to in the publue i .od TU ..re not the at coded that these uwoungs are I I I at ever being prepare, I twlaeve. and yet

..:. :: m: Neiah gal b t a I b Ap a I a *
Not < i <.1 1 4 pear, and the A You us Lloy on is.r14 i. 01 the liah---n ,l H her ad-larianal rest and brmy into act ou the lairy (bu olace three week ago with an abundant
most r::u rrorah.1 the r labors Va n 0, 0 .ik go nulus to use i.!u e ro teach The more b< r hap .x n as report Jix11. rn.\ lIon 1, 111a on On r..prietor, Who I < E b< ro r pr ache or a The or ablishment 0 th which lasted one wee k, resulted< * **
ad, during a rn k no a r..tal so a ll known to the tra in.; put be. lor I li a n.:o 15 ar unn and be balat enext.uce >ns and forsy eight acco sons to the

'~ilar r 1 The liouse at I ,rr Lily, ha tak a rhe Phnters ret th ICryof oods rai llerlowlile c ps is : C urch Per no froni ten to seven years of
lierel at il son ,,i, i <.na imal..e., abound ties, soul takerse more acrave part in all lbat .col 1 ** *, .s I **
Thenon and Death C 11 11inuts. ]M. Iy of Arm:Icus. lurushes and a Lenther and M.ac 1 unian..-, usul make line to the "standard, we hold in a anon Do have let much b the want do unreactivenad .11,rhod st A work was done wbuh as without
ourea at ine i-- known and a prouste the part of ous I..y parallel in the houry of the pa t, in all that
1-y to a an us. le der -.11.> .lT If Cross, boots, I n We had a glorious love feast on Sab.
who mas wul. IN Crow su lioud..n, Jesus, A ntatuxN J'trial-prac tu atchaulaton, ),ath m ** 1 .
where he was p r.,r of he I' II (.hurth, had SI as, the touces at cl., Guiness p q.nintion, . = = = = = = the ( bach. ad the 10 law 0 'I 1.. * "
1,0< i.e:ely secov .L H. \< m.x is h ainl> to lake charge of And is it meange, that dardrnates heuld try = 1 I 01 alopting Asiarus, our Presiding Flder, was with us several
sellow law, slun st, wu call. to part set take rMs course sh n star 11>u.rsary lish. a per< = J mytyining days, and preached twice each day during has
her younge e sougi.rws--about 14 pass old-- Ialenyra Instuate, N< wron co. op -heaven anic ri c neark' -buan tt... ern that the whole work was to to done by the cler .stay with us This meeting resulted in Iturteen
who dud at that 19th or up mber. Main she was Jung, re Dr I property in t Teunce, .0.4 elsewhere iron I at a bebeer day I rrow, is Jawnine last three weeks there have beau'4 conversion,
amours-who hm] b.gated lur so surancy MRS win.h the c mye <-1 war ansi ak olence 01 In be c been accompanied in my recent valo .ud Go accession in the aren t

tbian bI lie rnn1, I 0at no ** * * ves.ri Crom hebr M cea n
anortu r 4 r our wail.o, for use in 1. rad c LETTER FROM THE COUNTHY. a * ** tl circus held dasly .. during
I I I rui th hab "k ile A war 11 1 au in or or b n.c to ^ ting =<1 to <0 or oble adJ e he oh week of prayer u.ght


In d except for clu jj 0 you r urno aA< < j i. nr J n a 6 South rn
Oj i s d ent n du er j a u I er h b no a d

a nuc v -o{o is k 0 weral stuent el ly pl ed T ey y wl.a J that ed fr ach ab my, ami for us can V n Angl can ynod, e a to 1 berb the am lead to u any hearts The Church greas-
or> also In" rn I .us more than sub avar" They ny our cho ch n poor, I ank. so prornetd 0> do, e w ad ci < en vehiv and a < 4

name of the Lord complash The tune meeting has been held at New liope-some ad-
Isub in Ti lhenop 1res "' or the Church deman is -the ut cs and col tht:ons and tbc Chur h refreshed. A meet ng


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I death of Do tr has :1 announced. We the fraternal spar t inch has alwa harder" a mi l to a LI 01 e thru 4 m:1 [ gue her, a
know not the authoruy br the estates, and and the urkrn oth r Ci re while he he adr fa I Jan ami w .r hap me ty. put penstants have con presenung then thwsex Cr 8 GA 4 ar-The Rev T.
a Presume at .y. were r ii vu <.11.el--wha af elves 11.r prayer, and on a have apped Mr T 4 brounn writes -He are at 11 having
no I;m. ku] ;..o Twice bef ere re to railI w he r ad r n un l.er T.sk on / a rt r sp hiriM the ( ve lot gra nons tj cone Mac n mL si
le had h ad p.ibw 1 yet and wa upp., ed ex to the looposa! upon drugarom own \ny me he vy one you will r hatchee The meetine was e>ntinual twelve
prope ,any usul Deverab 100 n as an ely 1 anque rr ,an ..ud head -- I II ,i I use beam of days wab prunt success Thatrou dates and
not anorer of the:. I in or Chunh, hg tool;ecour cour I no01 pla I c h al not liar me

eacher, we cannot alook rb ( f dc.ul be has acted nr n and none her in scene secure of our rate, tim have is DE\Tn or nts: lie vT J Moons -We are
gone 1.ome our a ymparlues are with .0 letto war e Advo a and denou a 2 me by to r ce ac very abundant, mi our pa .:e wril [cave the sorry, an the Nashvsile Advocate, to record rhe
the c lat 6n of i lot "I (1e vi pro >urely they I b tt} or a lie di loo 1.01

The Epaderon in Texas. I a let tt .nc iv tootm bebed ri 611 the word 0: tic reau A Brother Rwl ad 11 j in (top
The Texas .hivocate c pt 10, records the curresp- neer.r .sn< 0 cou cr be)], a usinabr.-- be Kenn. or and proler The la ulty of obe Collere are a 0, ,. I s. e .e place of his bril
death of two more wron c unisteras }ct.ow a 4.ea so ill e fee <1 11 do at their plus in usual hea'th, anni the naderit We f ruled rhe acquantance of the decased at
feves-the Tier 9 11 110..tree of LaGrave am interest< b to are.f things I can I heteve that are already begunles: to corne in Itusse;)villo in June, and were unpressed with
Brarms., unt th J..: in he < of Houston .11r Fre/ "I n al <.1 *en ass a Nortl.ern .11,th.1 -v.m.ulate 1cry truly your'' lus Ingh raced character and great capae:ty for
stanon 310 I st.add ed she previous week upon the & 0 of ou, / 1 o r it It r< 110 a 1 his Wmianous SMITH usefulousinthe mineutry 10 ma ly< (0
The A in Galve r real re Is the ra il ent < ya decreed.

To m: j it la 3 ,i n ,ag ns

onat . I userial reon ad alientire and wtulo th e as n minute on rrsal, 1 sure full connectroo, 3 re,
Here n.ned so ce b ththod at Wreb 11 cour ou end spr q.ec.a denses.Mrman I hope no I w" nortel, rewelved by trauster,;i .
hat hunday Have a ruf Prayer Alcarine vi the bu of p of done T ru 04 x ar=>rday and b 11 Gied sicacons were ordainel ,
Sabbarb n..irt to, al e a end- di 1.er li 1 to av ci as r)-t t vt is re uli r 11 1 re er Ja



if to I ine on e of ast) n the Conn race the
per on 11 re are c le I al. can.* won n ae 9 pa year
us answer to the call one now on _

The Kentucky Confereaco ing one n tur-h I n r 1 lie la nd vith as faithfull 8 b p 1 r b
Dr huminers we la af ter law, part of the abism no a propaga sw 150; to abide by at he horne to
tnuean the:cs-ton of abu 0 aletence He re n .Northru 8 -be and if .ru. there was as much are inp;ulud tar ile II that pbc Many houN in Tens w il feel sal
por 11r Jul *Juan in ties p are as ever was al..ne, throyb
1 by I arce pre viol rn b usal othewar protest ther ach alk ago. I e labors of one man an the ause tune , ,,
r 0.4 st we near in ease those who hear.I athe lur crehe 1 p il mourn the .oe of one of her most able awl de

in )( a pair and ek)n re that 1 -lo n vapanon wub manL I mi in a relentle <,ush on t 10ted usemters-1 r.rbrutnen A.1,otate *
mL <1 u In unue-st the a th pu sombern. alun .rc imes to b the an EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION.

sh p h
,,., . , losis of the reallul. whe n, to n sh long, at a erngle Marine and when he returns re
of Ur Fuanence, "N ah.au 11 r).o .gr K n I e ha, (last 5 insist a I exiewinn- we are so.hrub n slu 110 anon us, we to be..t p we day and hunday alter time Q 31. I held a two but
on Someday night nonw alone be, tiere he usue sia.1 to days me . = sn Lo:. paratively httle is kit, and that
1 Jul..<- was debuse d ga 10 a run the Do a un-- to n at nary 0 . y < pp a \cs) small develand horne

,, .,,, , ,, C;,;;; ;, ; ,,, ., :: ;\; ; "" Nia;u se.,, ..a"....a on ,.. . ', n
our Amonky r <]-and it was de e nce berwee n thee treat / 1 0 one a 0 pad are pa ak unh wi a or aud e.ant (lel casura an I ga e nse of savoul re ** other communed wala us at Wa]. do without a he must have an ..We Pre 1
m themand dollais no ca : upon the Trea arue eye of th = North are terbso dent, an aMe faculty, more aPl..aratus, more II
ure rabic Southen Iv.! a seminary cous both rk bn < J opened and the a pe 0 m:eson cal adie On the 1 = = . bury-repare she needed-a womingent land

sin untled, hms... a t30 trip he ac .md rhe the rg le d "" ^t r 1 tr h st rairnwa rna2 '" t" zanifestanons of than 4 ac< rs t * " -
.thesh lur it t e end acu ss red wro: anore na gw, ,r tius age, when they Ial to build a Javing to was full of interest, and a lure r amuber 1 prow.e a new phn I will not ad Gr boa-
are ineruncu w re a on on real = Wit-es and threatsoud vanlence anal than usual connewed. Hous Samrday the druls or thousands-not now, perhaps never
into full cannotion mtred and = policleal allen altar was crowded wub weepine paratents, unt 1 Jo unt want your n keep it.
recetted by transibr a W 110cy and W \nd sitor awhile tl: y wal f1ul and ee these the "grand old woods" ram with he hats of I could not sweet 1 * =, = 1 had at
John. h.ul died There are a local preacher the monstrous burib that it I lailurewhen thereis no place forre usance, and new born solds .L venth man who is Int< 33 Keep a purse :-trade on tr-do the bes you
II 7, a v hare, and Il 0 r enodness to n. an acrue of wlute urul a decause of rol A aspects h the is visulaths usual to, to wipe th:< Jurk chapur ine, and he has turn a Merhodst 10. .io years an Exonwas.\r Amontates, have a best
used 401 miy li intent arol (NJ adult di araced the proas-lon outlet wh le ilstory solve 15 or .0 were converted, and in 3-anad Jew, betruary and Treasurer, meet annually at
wort reportal h:q tu ed-maturestly truperker century at lent -he wy are in th attitude of ager t Tlute are DU Sunday school, 7, > , , , , n ee (04 ly trung to b lend I had no assa mec but Dr William n stewand bourne 1 inmg tucusher of a live COLeye
bach I charalar g r< is d s, as a orT I cr nle / 1 th I m a < 1 I 1 Le 15< t 1 / jue he ralr.

orphansand el 370 23 wasapprepeated toward obhgations who ace at it..s prm.oestion wed eneer rearnea to
the claim ationery, we The 8 liewuens of 1 speak of the annum <.f the un neent "A Not unto u-, 41 Lord. 000 unro 0 but unto one at part or to Dr E ll .11pts, at blues
so e in flu reenlar weak amounted to 8 510 ,/lb TIw luxt tone to be le:J ar FranL:ort theral/ of the a her Church ha e ele a to Ir at ] uhop Andrew ood Behop truth a sake Joury W 11. La to a The subscriber an my start al a "
lu fl.c appean:meras we God the 11JIowing cali the rival budy T "part runt to pure I fr co ** I fix be tune and 11101.18.1111.> Cost vit also, C Cole a for the College The
names known to many of nor readers bbelby whether I become as envu b p ce men The Her .J .1 Workman wrous 4 blessal plan will Arclope or elf-the details wal bc
vale, 11 1 Ch alker, I evings n, Ji A liot (1 cle n <-ny land and b.L r ,, 11 fit al.reci s re val a Tivil hh (..mi- setaba when we ocean ze the Amocration
land, Newp it. John 11 During, UJdvills of all ny ri 6s? The laup on b

'lila 4 1 to n, I re <1. ( 1 < r L 8 osjou r s, I thatr< 11 sageup in ml b us t conunun y re lie d The re-catablel ment el le 11edubs a and re l gas> ted in It I
loyan I i.iver, ty, and Ti C Shelinan, 4 8 the ground under the errouIn tance was .t mistance Give us astart TI0 inachme
Aecut to bad (1 herculean ra k la two weeks, 16 tears- nod will me, if you will push one shore, my
-- .. reads wa* fricud, just now. There, that will du-thank
Minutes of B. G. Conference for 1968. wrapped . . ._ ,,' 1 -1 < you. Dr. Myers will report progress through
We have been requested to call the attention ba, r ,, . ,n *. I v. = 1 olutiorrean the Advocate


s a tso t a 1 a n bl on at e c edmn a no at the no in *, sa : Never was a 1 adl1b e .)1
Rewtoed, That the preachers in charge of el hages, attljstt el e ob d | ed t eedn erstand acticot or arby bett more becoming-- w loaungingabout nts during Sunshine, 22d July, 1867.
ments and bribes of power and gold Wha ultical sophistryand logic of I c. e a Inny of wors ughingVe ank G We join Bishop P in the pledge above
. . .. I their care, such an amount "spectacle do we behold in the year o grace Ir ghttand that 1 . Idab take courage. made, and would urge its general circulation,
as the members and friends a pen lary appear common throughout the Conferences interested in the
tribute fbt the publication of 1.. r I r .. a .. the Methodist E al Churall ADESBORo DisTmcT-sizzTINo-The Rev. existence and work of Emory College. *

"odm0jeina oo is he a n ng on on oH 2w e 8 1 bts ah h t e, Coollu an
advanced . . enough to talk about other matters. I think that it exerted a fine influence in our J. S. Key, Macon, Ga.
-- The Church, South, has no spirit of retalia. commum 1, 'PI 1.. con- C. W. Smith, Macon, Ga.
THE PREACHEns of the Montgomery Confer- 3 tion. She would not, if abo could, I .. tinted ad- W. C. Bass, Macon, Ga.
ence must not fail to read the address to them called missionaries, whose business has not been and absorb" the other 'it I journey, and .=1 1 Near- J. W. Burke, Macon, Ga.
respecting the East Alabama College Relief As- ., a dr a would sh h nes ired the fathers-"to ly twenty pen = l abot ate same ea jth r H.RIi hell, Macop (da
=. Let them push forward this good t. .. .. .. I 1 spread scriptural holiness over these lands."- I Macon, Ga
E. It is worthy their most zealous efforts. . c = ' 0 I She accepts her 7 --r 1 1 o the will - 0 Maeon, Ga.
of God, but she that the WAREsnono CT., 8. GA. CONF.-The Rev. James M. Chambers, Columbus, Ga.
ADVERTISEMENTs.-Somebody says, there not preaching the true Gospel as our Methodist prevailing power of the Christian Church is 8. G. Ohiles writes:-I have just closed an in Nathan C Barnett, Milledgeville, Ga.

pp e a veritisem r elt Advoc f ers havte unmeo 6 rtant'f his has never beden spin umalI andpnot fina ml at t 1 n you and i 8 e 1.heNa si r br ai Vd .
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Alabama College, do promise, each, severally London, Oct. 4, K-Garabaldi issues an ad-
for himself, to pay to the said East Alabama dresa urging his friends to go to Rome. A
College, the sum of Twenty Dollars annually, Garibaldian meeting has been held at Turin.

for eperiodeaf firedyears then at pa ment to h r sorted that the Papal troops were beaten
the other payments on the first day of each suc- London, October 7.-Dispatches represent
feeding January thereafter until the said five great agitation at Rome. Deputations and me-
annualpaymentsaremade. Itbeingunderstood morialsar .r.-.... Ti
.1 I that, if anyn er m ubne o de beii . /. 13 . .. 2 .. L

limits of the tate of Alabama, that the estate terbo It is rumored that Napoleon allows the
of such person so dying, or such person so re- Italianstooccupythe Papal territory with troops,
moving, aball not be bound to make any of said but they must not enter the city of Rome.

nahat paymoontedallin subseaquu
n7 News from Japan.

a 1 r esualtobbe sent to sd e me t eOct a pa"tate Depa


thatCmay become due whilst said student is at onew r ach Jees of on th
Brethren, please copy this at the head of a visit.-Minister Vanvalkenburg gives so
blankba et fAps tio ety r lesas onuns Or nep em soC hole rdee enda

ri no you cabpaussibld or eb he e eg an3trom Christian 0 vertat e n reach

onleaneb ur wk toGeo.C. DillardSecre- Thee'reseatteredthroughouttheE pire.Them

This Colle e is the special property of this rs are N a 1, wherehtherhe h 8 pvanoned
Confea new an an e ry atman eelanwor in secret at night. Many of these Christians,

of al n up un and it is the only male Col mr tedomencandi children rha raere a rob h


so "thnjt lease fail not Ito eeparedoubjn valk rgnurges the abrogation of laws

In of an pr e & Washington, News 2 Massachusetts

Let us sustain and build up "our College, Democrats have nominated John Quincy Adams

herhe out us mayokH fo 'poHaheda after for Governor),randTGeo. M. Straernes fdr enteu-
young syn #\led with all knowledge and blessed towne represented by nine hundred and sixty-

an as o nh I iay go forth I 3 .)clinusud enthCusiasmbp egalle
searchable riches of Christ's Kingdom. an order probibiting provost courts from exer-

onBrethren, encourage our people and let us do assi durisdiction i any casein win el tiple
DAVID BROWDER, President exceeds three thousand dollars. FTe has almo sig.
East Ala. College Relief Association, unified his intention to modify Gen. Sickles' or-

To the Preachere of the North and south strqlosing bar-rooms throughout the Second
Georgia Conferences, Eadville, Oct. 3 -Col. Blackburn, with a
Dear Brethren: You will see by reference to company of Tennessee Cavalry, has ousted the
t ]mblishe& Minutes It Coyference th of and inaugurated new municipal function-

Finance for the superannuated-preacher-fund are ad po tO e 3.---CloL Fr sch mand

For North Georgia 87,000 Ge a ye a fonmet' op8 ethe enR ree e

Ink Southh in x8atheseSguresa tgger. Court

ims t in a reenamleta ount, tuhre ma on li it 83> n1 C

nte o tms e amflopteele asbsomem renrd Twedr t ro1fn e a urvreredr ven
we andlif 0 prea will tally witho e od r u abo nTb icakedwe


es d dg Elder a sed y r charge. dBe n ceive xsenous wounds Thheomas n oe


sh er, anye .se Fs to aven Ia t T Re nue offe 50

CA. Joint Board Finance. illicit stills

Bo Ca.ConkreneCandidates. oo 4 ihe talar hi 8. Ire


ops o r thys a t He ebas ue
passed an approved examanation, before a beheldresponsible fordin-
e taken upon lia admission, are ith the E


on Just/Acution by Faith, and an the Witness n Alere sterdead votnesr ane or any fe

Pa rlKell d a n ee" before taken to jail. In places of over five hun
cipline, by J. II. Zimmerman; Writtenhany idevolaens a etplacesemusNbec oddda for
or n ,m2t ( om t ,N.C.,) Monday the Convention shall ofHexa as registering ot

Dec. 9th, at 9 a. m. 0 so t oomustbe TooSreds ope an
This excellent provision effectually forestall washington, October 5.-In consequence of
evasion on the part of applicants, and cuts off d li

e eMs n'or Bunc7ib 's hesoutheeley- te ac r patdthpension ymnts, temi
8101 fl. BROWNE, Chakenan. showsMan is ry j Os stains the State
Oct. 4-2t. courts of Pennsylvania in issuing writs of Ha-
beas Corpus where soldiers and sailors are con-
"Evear Mons."-Is the title of a month- earned. In necordance with this opinion, See'
ly paper which reports the Sermonsof Rev. Dr rotary Welleahas ordered Commodore Selfridge
Deems, and gives the history and progress ., and produce the sailor Gorm-
"the Church of the Strangers." To give it g I had previously directed Sel-
wide circulation for usefulness the price is non- a 11 writ, by force if necessary.
nal: .1 ** a year; two copies, ... .. mder date of Liverpool, Sep-
50 ce.= 1. 4. I if sent to one person, timber 7th, has reached oHicial quarters that the
Address, ST TAYLon, r .ie United

sep27-1m e S' rk. . .s .. e verTghee
Noutgomery, Oct. 5.-The returns from thir-
To the Members of the So-Carolina Conference ty-four counties, about one half the State, have
Dear Brethren:-Those of you who intend been received. The Convention got more than
coming to Conference in private conveyancewill 11,000 votes over the required majority.

e seen inform me by letter, at your earliest con- tai "I one l {)ct. Fi. NMr Dae .8' t' hae I
PanoN G. BowMAN. He is expected to ar
Morganton, N. 0, Oct. 4-4w a . October.


g g gf @t 2 f o oo e is Irom
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Death and Faneral of Gen Sterling Price to j ile Oct. 7 -4Fi intermentsifrom
St. Louis, Sept.30.-The funeral of General .. ay, cause by
g a hichh took ae r eywas t


lay in state all the morning, and were
visited by a large number of citizens. eas-A majority of the registered voters polled

Terrible Gale at Galveston and along the farr 18,634, witthetwea touis rxem
Gulf shore' the Republicans, in those parishes, at over 4 000.
Nero Orleans, Oct. 7.-The evening papers

h soduan tS so 0 alte staGalvnesto Domestio Markets.


1, Yome,2 babler 7.- 0 ah act to ete
day so inundated the gas works that it was im- lower, I Corn souve, m xed

re v re idh orTh tdeand co asd Groceries generalProvisionsju at
story new brick hotel was blown doirn upon the ,58E to 59; lk m SS 8 & tob8 00 Goldte 3

oOf a ere n in conseajirTy unchanupodns, y

r el o d. NIt sail or passe2-er trainb A na as oh
bridge was washed away. The telegraph hnes to 1 32, yellow 1 40 Oats frm at 72 to 73

eveab me ra ae gt ebe uno appears to RyeTfirm; ProvisioO to em 7 nor e fir

FOREIGN NEW8. at 53); Rosin steady at 3 25 to 6 00

Washl"Utonar in as cT Pan-Auglican On 1 Es o Ocdtoter7.-- mark
Synod I .. qualities; sales to-d fulr000 bales; New York
sH vis middling 17c.; receipts 1033 bales.


" obdasbp 8 1 VArtOcto er r Cot n pelned1 11
eigns naking pledges againsttbe Unionof North AtousTA, October 7.-Cotton very quiet and
Germ v.Oct 2.-Much distrust in political and I I if 16t; sales to day 310

floancial circles. M. Rouher, Foreign Secrets CI alsN.LTI, October 7.-Flour firm, and

li ar liete, Homec Se eda a m, ood do nnd; Corn advan dB eln0ae i pa3

u ed anarepo "eare m e clear sides 18 o 1 to ttto jo oo

out reak is unquelled. Ar co is captured outM rm of b- ottLar 1 a demand


e an e as dd ol }offering free ly sales 00w a

snobnes oo a r no fr e c3nate a le t0 a --Co tonid ine

London, Oct. 5-Garibaldi escaped from 17} to 18; receipts 350 bales.
Capers, bu was subsequently recaptured, and is -
now closely guarded -It is said that the Em- Spartanburg Distriet-S C Conference.
perors of France and Austria agreed at Salzburg rowns none.
upon whom they would support for Pope.-It
is rumored that Victor Emanuel has appealed to

gepuGa naPTo stohient na teee
rity of the Papal dominion.-The rebels hold , .g ..

& on calutIn .and await an attack from ..-,. /. rouse,


Cokesbury Distriot-4th Quarter. 1868. 1868
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ry vessels near the surface, while the main cur- sic, lingering, yet a moment, upon her palaied
(iffy nt, or perhaps the reunild di isionsoentering 1 ps, ser 3 o a h 11 cor of

troyed the tone of the adjacent nerves and cap. M. H. Wrnes
COME NOW litarnt afedr e ledd a para2zed nhe a H. Ly bri If y at S ( ,


tras condl t r b ttrli on rs her rth e sbtenceS

rou stheme; exmilar to what occurs from the severe stroke of spent in the service of God in councetion w th



ofwhatmaterial linferthereforefromthe palcofthethristianChurchameekfaithful

reruit, that it ws ano r mier rbead equdju- and inoffensive disciple of Christ a a
"which was literally torn into shreds. Ti ,' us a e. l., ..I. g pains to ob.
Now = the time; near which he was standing when he was struck serve she law of charity in her conversation com
-for eight feet up-was covered with particles corning others. A burning and shining light"
of I I li <.1 more the down from in the Christian firmament, abe was an example
geea, el.. 7 .... I .. dress I counted worthyof imitation. Imbued with the spirit
son the time, twelvet sht n conse of titeb legat he 6 dC ad fn I etan hST fdFth sea

so ks, thou h new and1 et oe thmwe e em ed most bydlshjmos tor en are ]

access to for two or three years, than a pair of ** . be"possessedhersoul in patience
-- new socks. The shoe upon his rnght foot had .5 .. "ftery trials Believing the

apapdeearance of having been shot with a mus. . '
Now al].. I a.1. not ., /,

E awfort f Electi*k 1 Phenozn e it ma su t of / pow ful elearie indhelp onse indee
Afy Dear L rwson:-Under the heavy pres- obargbeMpassing through and over a clothed he importance of fami.
sure of professional and ministerial duties, I man y ly religion that she would hold family prayers

hi e unabl oh entto a vemtutebr2ou ni g or le he f tthhee ,i a v en her hu and va un le to do so Her
addressed to me two months since, them asunder, and rend the woof i 1
I now avail myself ofa little leisure in order Its nsoevement.Iaw of r ellent force would turn tempter tried to disturb her mind with doubts
to gratify your wrahes, and "oblige>' as you are al in her last moments, yet by prayer and thith in
pleased to express it, 'many their friends in out ordp(rtonrin r ,rn e breds, borne otho precious blood af Chriar"abe gained the
your communny, aIT rard the falling rain filled the surrour < I 5 . As last


or it n3e t oh o I I yesar losed

was opent, fe upon the wet limbs and trunks d ath. He spark s eyes liave < en d upay
Advocate 1 .1, .. best, however, to of the neighboring trees The fluid, partially ., g ,, , ,, ,
addre a them surself, and leave neentrat d tr at etseedoibl\Inlakingre iv weep in hope, believing their loss is her eterna
their future destination entirely at your dis- shoe, as it did the hat, but passed out through gain. J. 11. C. McKINNEY.

posTo dwell upon every minute particular, de- more openings in the resisting non conducting Mas. JOSEPHINE E. Bron, wife of Geo. C
tailed in your letter, a tosee neontdi a at ahr at < oh ouQet a be dJ r elrBt 1 4 a ddi5J b

to fact and distinctive direction to the current. 1867, in Macon co., Ala

n it d t e n wt nig e rh hp w hleig t month

4 T t to oe el iebly Is 11 man a r dhe discharge was following the aejd unt a dlove God and to keep his can
course of the best conductor The water and etaplified in her Christian

i sj im hepher an ne eeno so lan death. She joined the church al5e el i
is contained be- ened hat
w tr k\ That Mr G male a short p tmuech letter condnetor thaneit etheh t oal atobyaDwetll o ecodt ors r logod
that hour she exhorted her friends to meet her

ttb o i tn tr a r. he lnunan h te a th a ye

d, -dead f ... 5 .1 rr .. I conductor, and allow- meet my mother and will tell her how kind and
gronon understand the solution, let us lay down ed the discharge to pass without provoking so good you have been to me." She then said to
a few established inws here. much resistance. her husband, "poor George, how lonely you
Int, then, Electricity is self repellent, and tor now, my dear sir, I trust Thave satisfact eI Meet ne in heaven, when our uniorl

wbden at lib to s w aseyksi 4 we dds>o .1. I 10 1 n I 1 ,
or neUative fbrass Th s as illustrated by the or had intended. J. A. CREEN.


ed a 8 a ebdene I h Di SA A T diedinatCollet
like discharkee ornrather a n b / heavi ea ra limpoeratt ep enTrusting yeaBro. Willis was one of our oldest and best

as 2n the air. furnished, may prove serviceable to some one, citizens; for many years a member of the

Olv2dPositive nditioluseitzereibrerepelposi- believemedear ra nformerdays, chorehhpssbessingdhe tireocofidmise itr
3d, Pos2tave states attract negative, and con- 'A. MEANS, of God our Saviour in all things. "Bro W Ilis
verses. Good conductors invate the passage of a was the oldest and one of the best members of

currentwhile had wonductors refuse to let it r oci2,' ishthetestimon iveejs3c Isefa
passnanid tl eref insubttenthe charge, i.e.- I II.*! steward. To theichureq he was t uly devoted

5th, The earth is almost always in a negative -- -- t I
con tio1.be atmosphere when dry is a won-con- MIU 1 ARTITA L.18 add ed nearb nuin dob so eheril throng the day he


du {hr. ITuteror moisture, either in the atmos I= I lady was the daugh- Fr n garneanas was hisenisttom rhelddfkm
ph e ordisewhere, 1, .. ter of the Rev. Richard Q. Lane, and received fell asleep in Jesus. He was not 1
apor, I s training. which exerts such leave any dying testimony, but, wha'
involves large quantities of electricity. g, II , es. .I. sr life. ly better, a blameless life, a spotless .....pl. -

Idj owTto apply these lawosn 1 dfactsumu urd She3ttde a = I joined He leave a wife and a numerous faTlytof sons
electricity, and .. .. 1. . I underlying derhoo a lovely chuseter, eml elli Td I I = 1 9here ed
air insulated it s as : I fglass (Ly with the graces of our most holy religion. In I . I I 13 I lis counsels
den) jar, which separates the posit ve enter the providence of God, she was left a widow, and follow his example. .
is al with five young childrenbutby theinfluence JonN W. McRov.
of a godly walk, and .

at lit 0 me eonensatio e disciplineshesoi.' ant'Y"ml&LCC rorning1 .1, rT
tension so great that it could leap the interven- 2th att arehfollo ne Px de sat Walton co, Ga., on 10th ,August, 1867, in her
ing space to the nearest conductor. The eleva- up a child in the way he abould go: and when 18th year.
tion of the green tree-a moderate conductor, he is old he will not depart from it." Her faith She was piously inclined, frorn a child, loved
invited it in that dercotion and it reached its top in God was strong, her convictions of duty clear, the Sabbath school, and was faithful to Church.
first. But the human body is a better conduc- and her piety unobtrusive, yet active and con- Her illness, of 38 days, was borne with patience.
tor than vegetable matter, and consequently, in stant. Amidst the afflictions of life, she was A few hours before her death, she called her
descending, the charge quit the tree, and shot sustained and comforted by the grace of Jesus, mother to her, and said, "I am going home ',

db scabodds a 0 Ir shkoo ed 2me Tid realizndithe blesshe essdd such andtrtuatt W en asked, if she saw er wayhtonhleaveney
a still better conductor than his body. towards heaven and thus passed away with a
Oak, hickory, ash, em, etc -expgensus heavenly smile on her face.
growth--contain about 20 per cent., or 1-5 of the light of immortality. PAsTou. 17. II. Evaxs.


In 0 blF R. I Aull P >orn, daughter of Thomas Ata calledT e itne oof lp tarch in Gran-
therefore, was seleet to his friend, because of his proximity to the gus, Deentur co., Ga, 18th July, 1867. following preamble and resolutions were unant-
betteurdiqi <1 co i etowiltedleaf to the ground" Ex carly life 010 einj> an >rivi et e aund mously adopted: 1 meeting, it has pleased

-a natural consequence. were hers, and she had the advan. -" - I I, I . == handorafiliction upon
The whole of the nervous cords-fasciouli tage of a thorough education. Being, too, the us as a - .-1 1 Church, and to
and fibrilla-from the brain throughout the spi- child of long continued and most fervent ereste a . so 3 == .. never be filled,
nal marrow, (so called) to their remotest ex- prayers, she became religiousat an early period In the full career of usefulness and honor,
tremities--contral as well as superficial, are the in life. At about sixteen, abe joined the M. E. surrounded by hundreds of warmly attached
true, delicate, 1: ouductor of that etherial Church, South, from which time, she lived a "' destined for many years
fluid, and are El I constantly with the nor- consistent Christian life, and, although towards I all 1, I .,, WinLIAM Game has
neal quantity, essential to preserve sensibility, the close of her earthly existence there were been suddenly removed from amongstus, by that
motion and functional action to the entire sys- outward circumstances calculated to cast a shadow flat which knows no contradiction.
tem,- by an interior organization of the mus' over her path, yet from the time of her conver- Scarcely can we realize, that we shall never
cles, the friction of the ilnids in their canals, sion to her last moments, her li ,,, 1, more gaze upon the form, which was but yester-
any by m nute ecl]s, hke a galvanielbattery, dis- he sxh jinly idh liSaviour.expression to r twithnus, ceremind ment '

I In Christ as her Saviour, only a few min- scheme that had for ts 1, ..
as belbre her death, as to leave no doubt on 1 I . .
1 thbe minds of : 0. .1 =1 .. 1 foundation of oilr


T ionus W1ILLIAM BooolT.u, infant sound3D Cohe e t f itmo e t 0 t
October, 18tiG, and died at the residence of his i I
hich it counts in contae to its own m s, grand-father, Thos. R.Smith, in Attapulgus, on
and leave none in the rear of its passage.-- th August, 18th, aged nine mont and 19 stream. In our Sabbath-school he often urged
When the electric discharge, then,-evidently upon the scholars the importance of improvrog
in this case very heavy,-struck and passed WILLIAM TnoMAs RicolNs, only son of Mr. the opportunities offered them for mental and
through the body of >Ir. G., taking the entire I 11 I 1 1 1 fever, in Bibb spiritual instruction and a frequent attendance
line of the nervous distribution in its path, all < I months aud4 on the services of the sanctuary. He, by pre
t ie smaller normal ci rents were qb orb1 by days. <, i 1 n T . .
He was a youth of great promise, I ..
of his parents. He felt that he .11 I '** I .. .r *. *. I -
asked his half sister to sing him a good song- fore be it
quently the whole muscular system is left flaccid 1 ,1 1 r 1 1 I .. 1 Ti 1 IT Resolved, 1st. That while we would submit
1 Ps '. I 1 F 1 . with filial resignation to the will of ourlleaven-
go home." His reply was, My son, you are at ly Father in this, as an all other dispensation
after death, because its fibrin has lo t its po home." He shook his head. He . : f His providence, we deeplymourn the loss we

lais etan t in w tadino al kto be good, i. we sustat asks iv dual i
holes in thebrim of he hat-three inches apart Ma," was his reply. This is a great affliction to cause of Religion and Educatson has sustatued
It seems one stream of the fluid passed from his the family-the loss of an only son and brother a loss, that will long be felt by those for whose
--but how great is the advantage to the boy- interest he has labored, for nearly a quarter of a
I' his greatest earthly wreh as now fulfilled. He century.
wr=s no of -ob in arresp.1 There was, is with the good in his home above. 3d. That we tender our warmest sympathy
his shoulder andooudolencetotherespectedwidowandfami-
an 1 1 Miss CAROLINE M. LESTER, daughter of Jno. ly of the deceased and mingle our tears with
Lester, died in Monroe county, Ga., on 7th Sept., theirs above the grave of him whom we also
or . I t = 1 1867. loved.
prime conductor of a cood machine. Hence She embranwl rousion hot -se from whi-h 4th. That we accept the kind aiTer of our
the two orifices made in the brint of the hat, time she -, a I aa .. i. I le I pastor, the Presiden= = II of
which being a bad conductor, resisted the pas- dent-a resolutions to the : I I =1 I ased 1
sage of the fluid, and was. therefore, perforated tian. And when the stern messenger came at that they be published in the Southern Chri .
as a card or a pices of thin glass may be by last to bid her home, with beavenly smiles play- Advocate,
passing a char: 1 = ..- r ten u.1 cheek, she Joined B. C. HAnn,
through it. '. ** s = J with angelic sweet. W. D WEsT, Committee.
fusedoverab< 1 = =. ..J.- J.. r, is.. . .... to me of heaven W.H.SMITH,
companying b = :- -' And thus passed I B. C. HARD, Secretary.
ing like a mustard plaster, engorged the capilla- away, with songs and shouts, like heavenly mu- ( J. R. ProxETT, Pastor.


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