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 18, 1867
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Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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children. Make them love the Sunday school charges where repairs of thfs kind are needed,
They must be stimulated and interested or they composed of brethren livangnearthe parsonage,
become tired. The success of the school de- whose duty it shall be to examine and ascertain
pends in a great degree, upon the interest mani- what repairs and furnishing are necessary, and
feted by superintendent and teaches. Pune- the cost of the same, and to report to the first
tuality is important to success-and we urge quarterly conference of the enaning year, and
upon all the importance of meeting every Sun- that the quarterly conference take steps imme-
day, and continuing through the winter when- diately to raise this amount, and to have all ne-
ever practicable. Merely to go and recite les- cessary repairing and furnishing promptly at-
sons will not satisfy the demand. The Super- tended to.
tendent should select simple passages of Scrip-
ture and explain them in such a manner, that
the children may understand andl be profited
thereby. The teachers should exphain the plan
of salvation and impress upon t em the m
a kinadG 2.61Leto A.SEeTOL NGi econdR5


sh4t bSundned toolselliteratu bem n Advoheateof the triumphandof theePedeeme{heorosse

idne e ine r ul li rr nad t b b old the great work thatshasebeenaet ai
We earneatly recommend that this del oiency be ng, inC all th God." The
brought before the Churches as soon as practice. to say, e people praise
trhkaets Wm I fo a nd ieler comm d Rev. F.o IDavies duran t entire eye abo
* 8 8. Visitor as well adapted to the wants of eat of the Church, going not alone to the mem-

a en no qubb sa gr n t ni teh h yts

Sunday-schools whenever circumstances wr s..d: sisnaers to repentb and they d repent

1 |,n" theirdpresenotehis enoonragings rmon one hundred and thirtp-seven have joi 8d the
especially to the children at least once during M. E. Church, South, and many others have
th been converted, who will join other Churches.
earlV rt a few Sunday-schools for the The meeting at Red Oak is still in p
lored or o Some under the on erintend. with increasing interest Fifty-seven han a
mee of e)whites and prosperous. 1PVe recom. added to the Church and there are thirty-five or
d that the Church neourage the establish- forty mourners at the altar for prayer. We have
ment of Sunda -schoolae for colored people and been holding sundown prayer-meetings which
rmnder them all the assistance possible. have been attended with great power. On ser-
7th. Wealsorecommend thataSunday-school .eral occasions it was impossible to have preach-
Convention be held in the District each year .i shouts of happy converts and
to consist of two or more delegates from each :-, ,: Bros. Bigham and Rogers,
of confe th *, rt so o. McCarthy of this eironit
saidj1-for the purpose 6 teoti r have rendered faithful service during the pro-
an pting ways an means p ess of these meetings.
of the S. S. interest. the he of Go will gr

b Resolo ,vo chd ndeseba ous in th all in reant CAVE SPRING Cr., N. GA. Cou.-The Rev.
earm buildings up the waste places of pZion J. W. Heide writes:-God has been graciously
and establishing Christ's Kingdom on earth- present in this work, and poured out His Spirit
believing that there is no interest of the Church, upon the people. Protracted meetings have
which demands more of our earnest, prayerful been held at several of the Churches, at which
attention than that of Sunday-schools. the membership has been greatly blessed and re-
vived; and many souls have been born new in
on THE surroar or THE MINETRY. Christ Jesus. The conversions have generally
The Committee having examined the present been thorough, leaving no doubt upon the mind
and past operations of the quarterly collections, of the subject, and showing forth "the fruit of
are constrained to acknowledge that they have righteousness," and "joy in the Holy Ghost."
- -1 911 writ t the wants lof th Chu AtmVany's alley Church, God farabmacno sted

and disastrous (- 1 -, -,1, I ed by the private members of the Church. And
destroying our = -. soon, so strong was the impress of the Holy
leaving it but the wreek of its former greatness. Spirit upon the heartsof sinners, that they went
This condition of things has necessary revolu- forward in numbers claiming the prayers of
tionized our entire Jinancial system, and the God's people-themselves, by their anxiety and
comforts and necessaries of life can only be pro interest creating a demand for protracted ser-
cured by cash payments. Your committee a" vices. Let the lay brethren take courage and
gratified to know that the amounts assessed for cherish the prayer-meeting-a field for all of
i .ho m2nisters have been entirely them. God's appointment of this meeting has
the diflicultres wath which they resulted in strengthening His Zion at this place
1..] II -developing the eforts of the Jaily, and nearly

nocey and an ineBicient financi 1 system We Go un enmde n a hthemTurch re

s among taned pa readiness to ei emthbgo el
1. a ** been received into full fellowship, and there are

committee from each Churel assess its indivi 17peardidates awaitingo formal reception. We


o e a to tm W TOE te hGC\ eNhFhuT e
meeting, or as soon thereafteras convenient, the vived at every appointment on this circuit. At

me i a adr errtehaedsauj e r2 u n Nr e op thoe prme al Churahaho "ewooek of

e m w I tdhacs member on .1 r. .1 presence of the rd. At
( the i n I ere was a wasea mlostSexcenaatSmfm
. Ir , rI as- 'Wardinw's. At lorphitesvillem(he house of

t iet teaply in tbleepu enor Itho hwho worshitphhnae9dbee reps raede Cd the memdershdp
Christ may be relieved of allunnocessary anxie- some 50 conversions, and about 30 accessions,
ty as to temporal wants, and that the time may The duty of family prayer has been earnestly
never agan occur when a minister within the enjoined upon our brethren, and many of them
bounds of the Cokesbury District shall be re- have erected that sacred altar. In other homes
square to go in debt to procure the necessaries where it had fallen down it has been re-estab-
of hfe' lished. TheLordof the harvestissending forth
on noMEsTxo MissioNs. more laborers into his vineyard; one exhorter
The Committee report, that it may be feared has been licensed, and two others have been
that, as a Church, we have failed to catch the recommended. Theauccess, which has crowned
11 of our illustrious fathers; for the efforts, in the Sebbath school department,
., ,. this District the cry is heard, has been very gratifying and encouraging. The
'' My people perish for lack of knowledge." pastor has found in the local preachers, pleasant,
After a careful surveyof the subject the com- faithful, and edicient co-laborers. However,
2nittee ascertained, that there is a considerable much yet remains to be done. Never was there
portier 4 very in 1 .eijoid Diaries id"" a greater demand for skill and zeal, to confirm
along *I -. I = II I and establish the membership, that we may pre-
and tt to a sent every man perfect in Christ Jesus,
to FL .
dist I -e I i ', THE MEETING IN CUTIIBERT.-EGV. J. P.
others, therefore, Duncan writes on Oct.2nd:-Great excitement
Resolved, That we recommend the formation lasonight in the Church. The meeting is pro-


taa 1 t < a a 'Se
people there the bread of life. on all the week Old men that hardly ever go
Resolved, That as there are smaller sections to Church, I learn, are attending. The exam-
in sorne of our circuits partially destitute, our ple of some ministers who have most sadly and
I I and local, be request- unfortunately fallen, has been most disastrous to
< I II it In their power to brinK our dear Saviour's cause and kingdom here. I
these communities under gospel influence have done all the preaching. The work is hard,
Resolad, That we will cheerfidly co-operate .. Til ri .. .: I I Church
with our pastors in their efforts to raise funds I in I 1 I = ... e." But
for missionary purposes, and as God has given Ihave no other employment beneath the heavens
us an abundant harvest we will ]ny a hberal but to work, and watch and pray, and win poor
thank-offering"Non h .ns deluded, famishingsinnerato Jesus.

Information turnished respecting Parsonages BUCKewAMP CT, S. C. Cons.-The Rev. J.
in the Distriotshowsthat on four of the circuits B. Platt writes:-The "week of prayer" was
there is no parsonage; and that in most in- observed and the meeetingprotractedae Miller's
1 1 cithere is a pa ( reh with od at r acnT c run tings

are in great need of repairs. al = = n eating of 13 days has just closed at Taberna-
necessity in the way of repairs has not been cle church. There were over 20 conversions.
I tof e to sol able to many cl c ny o



been called upon to pass. But as God in his accession to the Church. The good Lord is
r: 1 a 1. -.. plentyand doing great things for us whereof we are glad.
I I 1 I' 0 shall soon I have never been so much blessed in my labors.
be able to sustain every interest of the Church, --
: I i .1 . .. . . COVINGTON AND Oxfoan CT.-The Rev. J.
= .. I ... . J. Singleton writes: Our protracted meetings
the inion, o t td a Fuopo i


and about 20 colored. Many have obtained the
. witness ofthe Spirit who have never enjoyed it

ne t if i teu ruiture. Most before. To God be all the glory.
r i .il , I A r sMwr 1VG a eo an te



I or r tri th eD

On those circuits where there are no parson- is
ages, the people should take steps at an early --
day to procure them. JONESHOROCIRCUIT, N GA.CONFERENCE.-

is The committee recommend that,)wherever it c a e hsEd at con 2
alo . .r , ,, . ., r 1 I Church in my work, which resulted in thirty

e oapner t uTie for which the occupant may cess 2to that Church and the Church great-
In order that all our rsonages may be pro- --
perly furnished, and thpta all necessary repairs CU ODENGIROUIT.-TheRev. M.H. White
may be speedily and systematically attended to, writes:-I write at the close of -
urt m ly 2ge rambe r t o art f a e kbie e ng all over7the
forence year, a committee be appointed on those work.


THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED BY J. W. BURKE & CO., FOR THE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. 2.1HTERS, D.D..EDHOR


Vol. XXX.-No. 42. Macon, Ga., Friday,- October 18, 1867. Whole Number,1629


neglected, has beco, and is still the advance and
triumph of the Church-or its retrograde in all
its varied departments. With these great truthe
and facts before us we can, we ought to urge,
as . i i 1 .. head of eve-
2 =' = I . =1 ligious neces-
sity of coming back to the old Scriptural land.
marke-of coming up to the full measure of
their responsibilities in referenceto the dutyof
family religion. Not till then, can we hope to
bring up our children in the nurture and admo-
nition of the Lord, or individually "perfect
holiness in the fear of God" and reach the stat.
ureof men and watuen in Christ Jesus,
Family religion is certainly the great spiritual
Mradrrerheahuc HbSu ch

elevators, with the proper use of hoeurdds tiohna


cit *i oof the mountains, the
I be shall understand
these things; prudent and he shall know them,

al al jTtddhe Lord are right and the just
ON THE STATE OF THE CHURCH.

tricThienCommlittee reporbibe Church on the I)id
rejoice, thart the apart of revival has pervaded

They believe that the preachera have exhibit-
ed more than ordinary faithfulness and energy
i. 7 i .1 = 1 a.* s and in their
II I I I I < 3 . be ascribed
the advanced and advancing state of the Church.
These responsibilities are heavy upon us n
preachers and members. More may be done to
awaken interested with reference tol the soul, by


is .1 1 1.
character, in the irrepealable
laws of God written by his own hand on the
111ount. The committee then insist that we tail
stall for the purity of the Church. For if the
Church," in the language of the venerable Dr.
Pierce, "does not accumulate in moral working
power as it accumulates in numbers, wealth and
learning, the : C decline are already an at
and upon it. I growth is like obesity in
.ses an bulk, it decreases

fl ** =. the prosperity of many
of the charges of this District to the faithfulness
of the lay-members in the prayer and elass-
meeting, and mention, especially, the "expe.
rience prayer meeting" in which different de-

clawhisch ian ill aTahx.
ground work, further, of this revival spirit is
found tohe the Sabbath-schoolinatitution, which
is more than ordinarily prosperous,
The committee call attention to an evil which
prevails in some parts of the District The
fourth commandment is often violated by por-
I to travel to and from market on
a That this is unavoidable, in the
present prostrate and impoverished condition of



rGe ghoul(d the ])iv no conwand? G
forbihde committee find that the state of finances

with us is deplorable. But as the God whom

at j a litavorne witheftolm n ae


a on ith the Advocate, hal iteratual un
lated only to a limited extent, owing in part to

eil i moa use oan oft e opu tr t
as we antic a aplreedy aloin etlhe men

efort for the more extended circulation of the
Southern ChristianAdvocateandallour Church
life ten neittee recommend the following reso.

lutions:
Resolved,1st. That we, the pastors of the dif
ferent charges in the 1)iatriot, by the help of
1. ace, give ourselves more fully to the
of personal piety, and the work of
the ministry,
Resolved, 2nd. That both preachers and peo-
ple unite more arduously in founding and per-
petuating Sabbath-schools, as sources of supply
,,
Resolved, 3d. That we are convinced, that if
we would have the Church still to prosper, dis-
cipline musebe maintainedin order to which the
hearty co-operation of the laily is necessary.
ON sUNDAT-schoores.
The Committee report-
The Sunday-school interest in this District is
in a prosperous condnion. New schools have
Insen organized, under the superintendence of



eems to be a owing z in t s im r t
work.
The Sunday-school, as the nursery of the
Church, should be ardently supported not only
by personal effort, but by liberal contributions,
on the part of parents and the Church general-
ly. F. I I I should ha1% on hand
at all 1 purpose of defraying
its expenses, such as the purchase of books,
cards and rewards, subscription to the paper, etc.
Every member of the Church should attend-
(unless ProvidrenfI lychtdered tannddmakeMev
an important work, and we should be willing to
make enerifices for the cause. Parents and
guardians should require those whom God has
PIs 1
sons before leaving home. Not only is it their
duty to require those to attend over whom they


e 3 11 0 th a ittuo wh
1st. Superintendents should bc zealous men
who have the welfare of the Church, and the
salvation of souls at heart, and who are willing
to make any sacrifice for the cause. This posi-
tton is a responsible one; and he who under-
takes it should do so prayerfully, asking God's
directiatu annddinguidance. If no ma member


I 1, -. tances where ladies have
superintended Sunday-schools, and very profit.
bly oTeachers abould be discreet, humble fol
lowers of our Lord Jesus; always ready forever




tax me sin eDaitnheellitupo esu
it their duty to enlarge the school, by bringing
in the orphaned, poor and destitute, and especial
ly those of impendent and wicked parents
Many chilldreus received c as tertut e
in the Sunday school.

in 3d. Soun y-school hox she modu .nteresi
may be accomplished by varyme the exercises
from Sabbath to Sabbath inters reed with
, singing. And by means of cards d rewards

th Ppa r tsh Id a ab So rey a
school. They are a source of seful interest to


nothing in behalf of their familine-their extra blem be thoroughly anal3sed and if a more equit-
Ib$@ Odf endurancerather deserves reward. But is it able and emelent plan can be devised, I pledge
reasonable to make the claim ofayoung woman, a ready abandoomentof expressed views for cor-
whose husband may havenerved only two yeara dial advocacy of a better system.
d died) equal to that of an aged widowwhose J. W. HmroN.
LITTLE MAUD* husband may have spent 30 years in actual ser- Eatonton, Ga.
at war WA=>. vice? Most likely the early death of one may --
Fouthearsamanity by, have no connection whatever with ministerial Colcesbury District-meeting, EI. C. Con-
Mayangstunawarenish! labor, and just as likely would have occurred forence.
Maric: therauser their wm had he never entered Conference. If so, on The Cokesb : d at
A.sinespunupware.pring.i what ground does the claim of a life time sup' Cokeabor S I. g ep E
Partmabuk theshadoweson,- port of 618 family rest ? Wm. H. Fle/in in the chair. Rev. J. F'
uptumpathwayereasow- Is the Annual Conference a Life Insurance Smith was elected Seerets and Rev. T. G
Westhe honoranges..'" Company issuing "Endowment Policies" on the Herbert, assistant Secretary The names of 53
Nowahappympine.wingmar basis of two or three years service? There is members were enrolled during the meeting.

.:::: :,"""?.:"1.'"si":"".Y"i."I".?:1""a.sa ;:1:'are:dm i ,h
son e. in amount area culatedeon othee la art am as n a dnnacno 1 e at DTed

t losw rair; beater o da oeveln uc a chum can bet teite thSemAnnuald Conferenc3 H as
raided nea.ummeratessom, is youth and opportunity to provide for oneself, were introduced and requested to take part in
Layberan theearth'agreenbosom. the Claim can never be as high as where these the duties of th ti
colosessmanAdo. no longer exist. lyThis seei dtob me mannevid I ( Then the Cha rmeenele7for necounts or reports

administrap er Aga Shere ought to be care- srom uthe e stint thet (liferent careuitem d
68RitiliffRS. zau i me err do a pres rse eChhowin the present and true condition of the

graduated according tos ying faTs. n, th rdelaT soh pand consult ion was thadoupon
Emory Endowment Association. I would lay down as a principle, sound and Chureh, and the best means of promoting their
so. n. practical, that these claims are augmented with interests, and the following resolution was adopt.
In my last week's address, I alluded to the lapse of time in service, and are modified some- ed:
favorable notice taken of our proposition, to en- what by financial condition of surviving family. Resolved, That we, as the representatives of
dow . II 2. voluntary Association Dimoulties not easily overcome are in the way the Churches in this P. E.'s District, will hearti-
of an instead of, by avested of providing for supernumeraries and their de- ly co operate with the P Elder and preachers of
fund. Now, my Georgra friends, let me insist pendents, this Distriot in carrying out the Discipline in
on it, that we closeup this Five Hundred before A man travelsafew years, is somewhat afflict- reference to the colored people, and will do all
the first day of November, ed, but not disabled, and being ineffective for full in our power, by the help of God, to advance
It is vastly important to the College. If we work, he as voted supernumerary. Perhaps he their spiritual interests.
could know, by that titae, what we had to rely is as healthy as he would have been in any other This was one of the most interesting meetings
on, we could be able to offer to the public in vocation. I submit that the claim of such a we have ever attended. I believe, most if not
January 1868, inducements that would make man is not specific-cannot be estimated-it is all felt it good to be there, and often said they
Emory, the College. And withal, if you are not just such a claim as every good man in need has would go away to be better and do better.
in a hurry, our friends over the river will pitch on his brethren-it is general and variable. The love-feast on Sunday morning was rich,
in and"eomplete their Association before us.- But if a brother has devoted a long time to "quite in the verge of heaven," and might
The field is an open one-free for all Colleges itinerant labors, and fails before reaching the profitably have consumed the whole of the morn-
alike. And you know this excellent sister is superannuate's limit, he has a fair and calenlable ing, afterwards devoted to preaching and the ad-
given to the flagshrin idea. And I don't blame 0 il I 1. ...i. of service, loss of time minxatration of the Lord's supper. Dr. Smith's
them. But af you creep on until they shoot in : at. .ri, ., d necessities. A judi. sermons had more of the spiritual and revtval
ahead of you, I shall blame you. St. Paul lays clous discrimination as to those who are really element in them than I had ever noticed in his
at down as a good principle of action, to strive supernumerary-allowing no honorary member. palmiest days. No doubt his sermons and the
to excel. I want us, from the smoke and ashes ship-would perhaps enable the Conference to ableeloquentandpowerfullyimpressavespeeches
of war, to win the palm of a glorious resuscita- settle with this class of annuitants, without dia. and lectures of Prof Carlisle, helped greatly to
tion in the vigorof Emory College. count even, after first paying fully the superan. bring on the gracious revival that followed
Don't, my beloved friends, parley about this nuates. At all events, he who has lost the most through the whole of the succeeding week, and
Endowment Association. You may, if you try, of the working period of life, is in a very differ. brought into the Church many internating heads
ke outn pre fair lookInguex shet, tdooe ti Isit tibondfrom one yet young and only par- efamillnesSouMhay the littlee leavoen'lespread till

without borrowing a miser's microscope, to see Such, I have learned, is the system of the Mr. Editor, I enclose the whole of the re-
your dimes through. But don't, don't do it. It Wesleyan Methodists in England, the foremost ports, subject to your use, in part or whole, as
is mean in us-miserly mean-when a great Church of the world. may seernto you best. There is onlyonereport,
proposition, like this, is brought before us by Supernumeraries in Georgia very rarely make that I am requested to urge upon your notice
our chief ministers, exhorting us to come to the any claim, but their right ought not to be ignor. for publication. I mean that one upon Educa-
help of the Church, in some one of her great ed; only the true principle should be adopted tion and Church Literature, by F. A. Connor,
interests, to begin to hunt up excuses to justify into our system which has never yet been done. If you cau, and thich it worthy, as see do, please
our refusal to fall into lice, with the giving, This class of preachers are supposed to take an publish. Our first Distriet-meeting was a de-
working members and friends of the Church.- appointment. If so, they deserve at least par. cided success, and if we never enjoy another we
I utter is now as my religious opinion, that there tial anpport from their work and their deficits shall remember this with pleasure.
is not a man in Georgia, whose moral relation to should be provided for, taking the difference Yours. etc.,

IEtuory College is such, as toputhimupon but between thedrdrweipts and a ftd a rage sum JAuss F. Sainit, See'y.
ointicone ence, if he refuses to do so, upon his er'Che me onldlrbe d e foreffeetwe preach ,[Wq would comply with the bootrt tSecr

ground. Every man who has a justifiable ex to stus latter class, I would make a great altera- sure upon our columns. We I
c et 1 sop sc eandando e )oed esi onadclaim fo defleent n the asome chotatributions andscorrespondenoone 10


in sted 2n ch r e lad a int ni lu t ee a on y ne The full reports sentt this me intl is to
priced if he does not join the Associat on u .1 an estimated claim on his and the one specially brought to notice won d
therefore n xci ei y chtna n tao be raofe.51 800, bot ch 83 h wee be pe I t e ulyReluatanrly, t at

ulently set up. Be careful, my Inethre There .: I I = for defi- the proceedings and the Reports.-Entron.]
our c : Such a claim was simply a delusion, as it

line of policy. seldom happened that a preacher did not even OH EDUCATION AND CHURCH LITERATURE.

Th r a n as fe bdca bre emwab.... receive hi artera e on hisa ceA * * I
and church friends can certainly do right in and the deficioney rated by that fixed amount, that education has become popular-the work
matters involving contributions of money for and paid by the Domestie Missionary Board, in of the nation,'' proceed to say:
car ying out present and ultimate interests and whole or part, according to funds. It is self evident, that however collaterally,
dut as of the church. And that is, to give to Let us see how our present system sometimes or remotely, we may be related to the great na-
every department of church demands on us for works. tional ends to be achieved by edneation, as a
those attributes of church extension and moral A missionary, for example, may receive an community, we are thoroughly identified with
power, which our ministerial counsellors deter- appropriation in ensh of $1,000-his neighbor as progress, and its duties are incumbent upon
mine to be necessary auxiliary agents in this di. on a circuit is told by his stewards, that he is us, to an extent which the laws of self preserva-
vine commission, up to the extent of the de. entitled to $1,200; but they only pay ** = 1 is = i. . r , I
mand, whenever we can, by wise economy, do it, perot. ofan admitted salary, say8600. E >; .. a a .1 .. = *I .= = = 1 I = s a
And never, my brethren, assume the right to set. combine the $1,000 paid the missionary and the history, South Carolina has been distinguished
fle your duty in an atter of church relations and $600 paid tbo eireuit preacher, and divide it for her great men. And yet this intellectual
obhgations, by a self walled determination. If equally( Every itinerant preacher is a mission- superiority has been darkly shadowed by no
you do, nine times out of every ten, you will ary in theory and fact, and ought to be in law, amount of ignorance among the masses, which,
put the keeping of conscience into the hands of until his necessities are met. It is well known in ,
your adversary, the devil. But immediately re- that some circuits neverdo fulfil their duty; and ly ='
solve to be a contributor, and set about such re.* they should either be classed as missions or be much neglected; the real dignity of labor too
trenchmed as will enable you to take your obliterated according to the law. little understood; and itis not, until within late
place among this Five Hundred Benefactors of Some may call this agrarian, utopian-a sys. years, that parents have generally begun to ful-
our raec. Yes, brethren, Benefactors, tem of levelling-impossible. It is not an at- fill the duties they owe to their children, in be.
But some one will ask me; Do you believe tempt at mathematical equality, and . .. ... . .. .1 ., ,i i. ., I


roef a ? I views I detest, in Ch ra 1 a d us b said, that t1 e"unha y resultro be late w
actly what I do believe. And I do not believe is a gift to them individually to which they are may prove a blessing ux disgulae. The wealth,
that any church member has the right to settle fairly entitled. which maintained, in dainty gentility, thousands
But why should a man, calledacircuitpreach- of youth whose value to soelety could only be
, er, have less claint on the Domestic Board of estimated by the cost of their luxurious pleas<
ideal of a church la, that the church is a unit. M saxons, than his brother missionary, who so ures, has been swept away. The meentives to
The repeated injunction laid on the churches to doing precisely the same work, both preachmg labor being thus increased a thousand fold, so
be of one heart and of one mind, in my opinion, .-1 I are non-supporting. By this does the Importance of awell trained, well drill-
finds its complement in this factthat the deels- " P.ay ag carounts and stations ed, practical mind, capable of I 1 : .,,1
ions of the church on church interests and would rank as missions-an exact agreement with the misfortunes of the 1 . J I .
church action, are of moral force and of moral with facts that might stimulate to greater liber- ing onward and upward : .11 1 1

2 tiso no makeijlline willednad schi alit the law now stands, there is no legal im- i vt h Inone sudd nly become then
I am sorry to say that we have been greatly im- pediment to this alteration, as each Annual Con- of industrious appl eation. Our girls and boys
peded in our church movements by some of terence has now control of 90 per cent. of all I achers
these self-legislatore-a man, here and there, money raised in its bounds for Domestle Mas- .: .> a ... . I ri give

. I /. .. 11bthe churrue idbbe sio is worthy of consljeration how muchi Mis- 110ehn ds1ain no re d ti
all the church, besides himself. I s tory,
But the question of education, whether, in It is but a few years since, that the Church

h ti 0 haepwaked up orherer9pnons


and importance to moral cultures to make it plying negroes with the gospel. Events and .1 1.=, 1, ** the teachers. It
causes for which our Church 28 not responsible, seemed to have been forgotten that something
will carry off these dependents to other organi- else was necessary, as an element of education,
o ri '7 +1 F-t sations, chiefly to African M. E. Church. They besides mental training-that the moral-the
no longer appreonate ourbeneficence or desire its religious nature of man must be developed and
continusuce; and, while we may lament, we rightly trainedelse the educated mind might be
p r enid( 0 1 us co ,dach 5nonr a shsp):bS T sew I It r e eC r5 pa)b o o ded am e fa il!-

under at hom I f sections; and some modification in our system he who disregards these opportunities, and puts
our Emory .. would be attended with no damage to the fund,* his children under influences other than th<*
n andeh re to wh n thhe wioes mory dae w e ivae o y na a sp sy rue nhn 121i te smo 2a to

tory, you will feel its glory tobe a part of your r ge()f 0 urse tchuere mu be such coats ary sayl" Th pople shall be my people and thy
ll i e I ab top fo he I t le h 0 o



from this Association. L.PIERCE. ders in some cases, VIz: by misexonary appropri- The South Carolina Conference took the ini-
Columbus, Sept. 27, 1867 ations- tiative about thirty years ago when it founded
It is clearly unwise to burden the Conference the Cokesbury Manual Labor School. *

A* Financial Srs meedWanted-One Pro- anndTo es hgree iendthae iguncl e d adenominationalInsti ti wh chhasbecome
would result from the divialon above recom- behooves our people to bestow upon it their sup.

The widows and o hans of preachers who men telligent apprehension of the whole sub- 1 fall hh rd 2eot in
have died in the itineracey should be classified ject, by the people, wouldresultfrom the proper life, and its influences live and are disseminated
for the same reason, that makes asperannuates classification, and thra would certainly induce a to an extent which should compensate us for
and unpernumeraries to difer. liberality corresponding to the clearness of their any and all sacrifices made in its behalf. Estab.

baMany reeachers wx eaontm eMffectivedisong conTe eat I admit is a diiBoult one, and my 1)i heed in 36jeth chool be me is ediately an
superannuates, and, of course, should forfeit views will likely meet oppoextion. Let the pro- wereemployedandthecourseoftrainingedopted


enabled them to the world intellects
ripelyrnatured, and obaracters shaped and adapt-
ed to the various exigencies of life. Nor has
its usefulness departed. The germ still exists,
and requires only the practicul assistance of home
culture to enable it again to bloom and fructify.
* Let us consider for a moment what it
has done br the Church, for the country, and
for the ministry of the Conference. It educa-
ted, for a number of years, on an average-five
sons of itinerant ministers, free of board and
tuition, and also all other sons of ministers free
of tuition. We had here for the space of 25
years an average of about 75 students annually,
who enjoyed the advantages of moral, religious,

on endede nin sithe eheo e

nanarmyndof bmen, with characters thus
or win et"dennae f Cokes/ury, at this day,

awakens emotions of delight in the souls of
hundreds, scattered all over this Southern coun-

tro th,13ut her conditionsancha athath rhee
sources-the endowment fund has been com'


proper appliances to bud again. And will not
the Chur thju ni a el in done notom

her a in on a career still more glorious ? If it
be but to educate a half dozen such men as we
could n monger Alumni, it would be worth

a And there is tr Tao7or Colle too, another
th f Method ge
star in a cro hoeode 1 "m. She, too, h"
suffered from vastat n of wa Her nor



tain that Institution and not suffer the best tal "
eat in the State to seek other and more remun-
erative positions. We look upon the College as
a part of the mach1uery of the Church-wseld-
ing a powerfuldinfluencoe for the accomplishment

holiness eat esign spreading Scriptural
=1 Call are
in . He 4 ....ll. .. t1 ege,
work as they could in any other. I
.0 influence that reac
It is th
a e nursery of plety
and from its halk nobust go fourth nine-tenths of
the educated men o enter e numstry.

hasT time, we trustailtpast, w enilagnewague
an educated trylis hild I th

1 r thare h egihmate ed if en o le
have them bey are th opeMan we won
become d acrofhn t er rejo"dng{le
must put t em un er su raining an
in T 1 Methodist feel it his dut
0 every 1 little 6 y, as
owevea bri tr
'_ an gh an rt
a canno now sta


1 1 -ed n on them and it
we can give hem no
. .1 to one mat thearbews t

li I ] 1 ' -


e b he urces of themiand we e

1 e b u etee erb t utm 1 arid

inc 1 ex vti ve w physi-

Cl t to re rt hatthu eteratudreinf e
District From the reports from circuits, one
11 the

pleased to hear tlh 41e Soutl ern Christ a A"
1 I me n alul


le d uld not b d
itast; an we wo es tate to redcommon
to any d thly rd isse an o h le *
merits, an e con r

Bu h standard Methodist ublicati
ere areects which should b ulaond
upy orgny ubj e bodist
history of
plethodi the peculiar distinctivedoet 7
f the On or p y rzues
o We would not risk much, if t
th that Methwe rg express
edo nzon Di t one k en ten as
r2ich wer ntrodu yotrhen

Committee here roceed to comment abl
on the course of elementary instructor "We

bet n w3ec Ir fre t aconfe nees b secum
teachers; and during these conferences should


bee cons eryd andmelec y hee oe e
G 18," th a tem
that mive bonfollC5 in alle{chaodo ubsand
7 if the doorsof the Coll b
M'aa u shall find more thorou3e a ed
men and women. Pursue the present course
and there is not one be in a hundred who will
not require extra instr/tion, and unusual pains
to fit hire for com petition with his comrade
when h espris real educational 7'
In coezicon enche committee e ress re -
liefithata brig teriday iisdawnin Provide ce

F allinvestments-Edu-
a -the hour demands that

3e to o pthee tes r rd timo ebi
who refuses to recognize, in a cultivated mind
and in as enlightened understanding, the chief
step is stru e m vast derelic-


tion, existing among our people in regard to a
duty so paramount as Family Religion, which
implies proper religious instruction, and proper
1 .-1 1 upon and growing

i

frm uch Scriptural se mt6 8 a6 d

- al l the reader.
-

children's children. Jeremiah, too, teaches

n hpej rirrhenhhte sa a Pour a thy fury



I ea bi
household after him." How impressive these
great truths and with what moral force do they
urge upon us this most important of all our du-

els, family govermnent-family religion-fami-
Wehavehadbeforousstatementsouthissubject

notmo aCes e ro a taeer{o no un 0
than 50 miles square and embracing a member-
ship of not less than 2500 people, and the con-
clusion forced upon as by these statements, is,
that ere as a great and alT ing dAr le ft

that as family religion has been attended to or





SOTTTHER11T CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.


'IAcra.mf< Anrr paaching, andbysuremeans duygetit, and t
a laid on our rable, ap r"I hter emirled, I hpner, useful.er man I hatch, danc can be peallace th at good we done, t actuand Opeasons for the e , 0: e to t 1 thew ex : 0. :I e- me to 0. s on n x:-rsu. I .- ch 0.;< 1, pr stung but th, we k has been air.0 led so a
lierubes, of (bc )IE Chuid :1. in Ge r aw ::by e ur ., been darknk to earn the (.it tl a o
y... Ily liev. Atticusa liaycond, PV This | and nor a ims .1 v 4 \ul also men the ,;4 ch anne l, bus rb. dental, wee and re It hd o
way was preparcJ by tim 13rrer a ; lan [ line Wi th a I eirculation on the Reeve IMttler f or which he usurnorrat hopes- ur.d al- h ed on the chool *
presales most uwar of rise working, want- and clone ni ou' 1 ii. rdinate a non I!w a In.- go d the coming leh.4 10 nose p | p a re
ifethod rn, as recently revued by the bencrol the id he in*Iuen- hair .ee a or liah rb lunty .<.(laterne to n..w exerts on r 1. ura l
Cokrace, and ought to pa to lieute the ul <1 --e lor -caster 1h .co ni l be in ni ;o alliuency a the inton,.0 an n contempl.ual t

valm amount of organize .:.3 edify;..( ticat, a le hailb my peopw Inn nyour..wn be nice :nd went unnied r itwutthe car Scot s
and it a wroten in a style clearly 00.1 c sently rn all may out qu ir.ire wh nur I <. rl.< Churel. ro I (la Chual
inspreant Ib ather wwhis a pen who h reners -but wh w is in pa grew throwIv.ur on boun one and l
ought user to be let rest do not claim Ilicial ra J < al n srd o*

que :-orrova:1 Oct narro; -Th< Gero a coo or Inkeworrn prole or were in.Lang ef er their
and r a 1 . brist ice pardon i
a number .4 at ha.:.], wal. :.s usualls inch in am r Pair, there by when * = 7 we .ne general
varied content* )Ir W N Who, adow of I and had can r!w grac 1 (.ad, was glad ly revived
he bre bonented E infor, he 1.1,an huge of n ay how -winds r r--Inn imb:ni cau, I bank you he N rrhou Ju ningrature unone n A ;:.m ten, wa lu bl her nior.rb at alern, I .
flouseho'd I. r yes the rn as he found urnhr rl head r s., pay rm Un< abo ad unan a rn :ve sons to the Church bluediately
be relud on, as they are so scralt vi le:r- ex ,, . rer protrue I susic to,* wa .ni v at 8
perience, and nothing will be tr wro 1, unl a nub a n jus so see i.: or al too no .. 4 power. all hearne bral up and Zan trava 04
trial or -t ?-an, I to 1.0 000 1, w !1 he;ra e " 0 a. i : r rt < a e wa rs I up ly can act ana l n
lul to i.viy ader< to :-t her la r!. x week, 1. ars---as we racer cl Rd. pl n Manary g ad.. a onl lic the I howri at An . Per m:Icow r.eye ce, ourg w 0 cl of n an- she bra.-br Ir : er I he have ) I 1 for six so:enin covenant to pra 1, i. val of
have learn d irons he r em; exrers nee or fl :ol warnonembhor The ( ulue a man b [ the Chur b ]ir cla: We had a usectice inan ten d.va seal norwul'
b
ly at Athens Ga 1) JI 1::I..rul ....I June to or at Inte I r = se people
s
I'..tuak, Yi n; the sweengracts, a hav ,anj awa ner(tj n or 1At a -- *:

Wormu;> 00[i t it, 1:3 we learned oiles:e. and a rn n oJ an .
with quire.;u encouraging nerease d tuds or Jh alli Jan ed (br tnerv at thememeremo Ti sty hrear rorty t
ad the I aculty are hopeful of a prog.vious to y One up w Ib s et I alp a live Eul r convt ell and w r(if ri I < et'u
verted


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whelming interest to tre Vpurcepal preroga '
Tulti (. ( all I .4 bbilRif. taves were uo -= so a 1.<- a
gree The to * ** "
place a use heie, 30.1 1 n. r:0.1 1 :ul rook the
4,. o to P.;s is, reins from which clue .: op or the \*rwral d
Roberts had beco le..sed by death an long ago,
and became a chut actor in scene, that had aw- *
EDITORIAL ") *
He surrenhr (In pop r, this week, to other 1sur down to wr a I It it ad pre are to wher .
-and yet we are enope led to ask some contra our resent so :ou st lin,
butors to not on na usipt enters( in wy
The news worn t=.0 Chushes in this issue a Che uns unary .:.mrs:..: we a Inp no

z in ..li tialt a rthe (1.ur firmertrustarell:ibivouchalluellabb me thencessoutheaventl.o Ibeterspreener loes
on our per Part ind insperfect sacrilices not imply \ let:er was revi frain a dest into
What ac Jl he...:o the ( bm duty in pra 10; war .:ug. ;;lsing ited the Isr< was contribu emi r Intin I made.: all t
paper these and rue no a the pean al to be help int du imban or we and three hundr .1
a better ( hr run and seventy six Jul'a we contaburet 1 -r thaI
obwer I he entire !u non cannotal ro about
The 80 Louis Conference vi ea on,1,nn4.. -
Dr lia ll run wrures of this I oni. t :ace, t ry
the Nashvilk 01nmean Advocate rest quire re I w .4 e..:ne on who th
The semion v of rnuxh iuremt The ontere we cle el orno twelve or lif teen 1.
teratory evenan b (b ( 04 ance had l.cog uns had unto I w the blierj a r

a ii n 1 st an c we rarial *
per-courion in he SI tre of 11 amour not les '0he a lay ele,:
than nine of ..nr br.rl ran in rho into try wer" one drawl uk wu ne. ].st of the its
elain ILy bloody innah, ri0 ch the Id no can enembers could re n n onl ap tr a the time
faces n wi h ave xl rt nicane or r were at to war;

matter of a ars w.rb treat good
left as sheep us alw a [bear } trks.q r me 11 oral tholon,

al led ra hr ii n 1 ur:1x d ed/ /t" , 1 to n ral.// pl twel.t have done
ruin line t 1. oh aved <.od to se are wrael with propriety * wa a means of
The Conterence ful!v re -r;-anausi, and our rice to there, a dra t or pic ene had a

5 r no rt ve. n or no r ., <-ur it deen
I


Vol.xxx. No.49


he i).ernet The accessionsto our Church
ill root up between 1,000and 1500. Theeam-
aign is not yet ended If we have lost nearly
ll else. God has spared to us and to our children
ur beloved Church. For the we offer to Him
ur Jasly and hearty thanks
Yours truly,
ATTrees C IIAY<.con.
to, .57,< "0, 1917

The Apalachaeola Parsonage
.11, I loor I vend yous int of contributors
o the Analaciocola pareounge. Please have
ben shkr5nder e I reiewood ly re

pan to my happen Hot Oh' what good

jruntil or eiton maknes
ove r Chr e. and agnore hoselanu
Shipard, Enhaula, A a, St Go) J J

8 1 oAs, I kH 1
f a 11rs 8 ranch, Ta la. St 00

r te

Fr on Ga St 00, J J Ranks,
non At Subsenber Konanile, Ga,
1 on, Ai . .. Ala, $1 00;
fran t II or e

on, 0 0 1.. del *** AM Wynn,
avalnah. S 09, Through EH MyeraD
11au n, Gu, 8 00 Total,810 00

n 110 a laurbta dth u edand what
u c 1 bno been sadly d sappointed and de-
pend now et plung near due amouor But it
I I 1* ** ren anld

7, Atow of you who have not yet contributed,
o tho belpof the Lord.
*ours in ( hr tItanNearlsr.



EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION.
500 NotES WANTED.

ndFres eandRp de-o ce.kilowing
By war and ite disasters, Emery College has
ost one hundred thousandalollarsof its endow-
ment Comparatively little is left, and that
ittle as yet pays a very small dividend. Some-
t --ettheemergeney.The
.1 The church and the
country shke demand it. We cannot alFord to
o without it. We must have an able Presi-
ent, an able Faculty, more apparatue, more li-
rary-repairs are needed-a contingent fund
s necessary to get and keep all these-toe must
ave money. Oh, there's the rd." Well,
Nddesperandum."
I propose a new plan: I will not ask forhan-
reds or thousands-not now, perhaps never.
do not want your capital; you can keep it.
c id n vest it r



n ENDowMENT AssocIATION, have a Presi-
ent, Secretary and Treasurer, meet annually at
Oxford, have a speech, a grand celebration-
ecome a hving member of a live College.
Anc, then, Ipropose to be one of fee Andred
no objection to fue thousand) to pay annually
20 for the support of Emory College. Let all
ho accept this proposition send their namqe to
e at Sparta, or to Dr. E. H. Myers, at Maoon.
No money wdl be asked for before January
ext The subscriber can pay quarterly, semi-


l r ill de lope its If .

eso e istsof
- a=-to the friends
2 Jeation. It is a
J .0 motion will over-
ome resistance. Give us a start. The machine
ill run, if you will push. One shore, my

cowiTI othab II do-ths

Friends and brethren, if you do not rush to
y side, I shall be compelled to worry you with
ine upon line. Be warned, and make haste.

Sunshine, 22dJuly, 1867. G. 2. FIERGE.

We join Biabop Pierce in the pledge above
ade, and would urge its general circulation,
throughout the Conferences interested in the
existence and work of Emory College.



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otheMinister an eDne gatesof theN.

The Ministers of the North Georgia Confers
noe who will not attend the forthcoming session
f the Conference, Nov. 27th, will please notify

e aren h sw hehPresiding Elde"Lwill
delegate immediately. Visiting brethrenlay
r clerient, from the South Georgia Conference,
r any other, who expect to attend, will please
form us at once. We cordially invite our
rethren from abroad, and earnestly desire the
tendance of every member of our own Confer-



J. B. PAYNE.
October 10th, 1867. Oct 18-3w
otheHembereof theSo Carolina Conference.
Dear Brethren:-Those of you who intend
.g toConferencesaprivateconveyancewil
inform me by letter, at your earliest con-
emence. PEYTON G. BOWHAN,

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iorth. moon lovn en it a enowl p tory burn liceedes the new members qune
hke the by elin at I he!uve U. I ,, ambviJed to the lesho.bs in I n, La:au a N rb q e a have joined by letter brother W
need and he. < 0 e ad need by II a nears New Advertisements. \\hen [ left, othem w in the .1onna Can .InvAnt.xx Coalus, Warehouse and for What an epoth nd abiding intent of else mecongs, and has gained the love and

loances of this Canitrence with the her that u Iare vt ir r ee mission lierchant,3jacon, long and tator.thly { /d ""r indu.r I I ubqir{ruell tellare.>ra {ni eat tu ul all
encourage men with ibmih cr eal we ar rbrec hnodre The folkirm he b and *ut encomm n on the dollars to be on, and to a how anadequare the to the pm,1.e .:..e a U.;- al 1:r I prwp rely ,May had mer senile on the good brly at all available points. He marina am h,=
preaders of : M 1.>::. Center, ands of the work Stests Her 1141.:. Charge :0n. 8 ( ld tue an1 rapture i.dbut has reened aboutlilty enro the ( Lutch thus far,
the it.anes is tb:;) .LJverteer 1.0 inert r vertises Elan and Caps, fullorvagerned therbal Augu< . Wearcelil>ok:ngforgreaterblmines **
Crowds have in.,4cil to the meeting dr wi hope The Chureb us I venly believe, has favors to Methodist preacher quite at touch rn beloddtheperstated a nolate ,water power to MIvours th::n it ever had he Mellitu.E & Co, of Atian:a, WT E rh n 1aoloof Dahlonega Dastract, N Ga Conference all Elan apposuessents Iun may expect to hear
of the n arrared [[ adler, as to hear lish e truth fare and ah,.< ware, Table (brierp ort to the 1. more suf news from clus part of the Lord a
eloquent v ext "" I and enf>real The spec We are in .t posinon what all enable us. I and 11anals turns paces Ibey rt pm fine *verse .1,0' sannyard .1 T.
tas.In as u liere are the rep roaraves of Use town a va t enount of good a stoc as as can e foot e our born 01 000-. the 4 Unhlance:s, the Church has been consider Tuskegee ot Montgomery conference
consumoon thre avoud wub dangeous, a they to, our power a no -rk 1 . and seversi naded to rhe < heels .}Ir. E ar: Since the last report to your
dared to preach Christ Navy were mobbed' markin ('eren:r, Mr. Chambers has colounts trarn this CL, we have held two meet.
and scan, see to 1ny sense or 8 my -1 e we r queste1 COfff5ptilit!11 " I 1 Atonent there, ines. At LaPlace one of more than two weeks,
Is obey I.vi while all periled to state who is 11 pre ent ( urse of Brady on the -arne eve $U conversions, 11 were received into the
property They rover now nn 200 to ar. en in n the act ch nult.dy IIts 4.1 u ches have suitered some from < bach, <.1 when six were heads <,f thrmbe*,



r I ca ly)! r e 1 1 of nun r< rghtly-ar .z anoija in rehts attinedds no x to a a) es mi audiadatS I
on whwh rhe nnele via n ruin try are ,,,,. f Mines, ann of plead cripturd bour;, s over sk his:d yest powe,
to bu exanoned he over 4.1.(mi no en* 11< us a genul urb pwn al has been n pro We noud the rn cong from LaPlace to Fu on,
relieves the ev I cent it orberwl e she r ago An n . <:0 i. ex gr -0 far a ro >1 wer Ch! aon if- P F 1.uke behind the cro al b ve been entered, and twentrel;M anto the Churob Two or three dise of these
hopeless a pa he are ple ed that our on pn; ac ur a sor ends late >r a-bn:--ine on deathl sub ad .ni the Church busing the revival, the Ust I wou>. renanded won of ric power of
zons here such ran 4.porr.:mry to see, hear, and trial in the 4 onicree.e. Cla s oula lowly neenal r an-1 1 1, .rd him pray d oI the Lt.rd was to.aniksted in a ic the oldeo tune Ibe conviersons were de sq
because acquainmi ab men whose protrnnone hands of the lbehops in rev on. That ofored I went to w. rk ul i.el: < miury a neas able de;rwe, not a uly in use conviction of 150 us.v:mons ch n and powerful, tne repose
to poety have been =. the at the General Conit rence we withdrawn and O how gimi ? am thit I an air of I -II.,r a 1e*, ri : in annes a.d tin c>over :oo of soul<, b st in rev.v sq us the 4.hurch great lievival on the sub

nufare we it ** our im i.Pown :he cour a or, I have a hance to preu b so my I r e- r on a n in the ( b at b and alw buildineup oi its n.cal ) or of ]!. me rd; un continues, to wh to
11 -w lan he a to traneer and Ialter turb in the Lord query for 1 rayer Book There lu:ve been on the
*h.:t the GoI wk 1 :t canslulate fr min:P 10 the ( on!< = t.nrtant re r 1 as t!e r year Iher real red, sndeal trault abo al convensons, abant 100 have



to i Iw 0 be l)ed a t on as 1 I I -. . r ... Leon ad is I to or 4 inuserl 1seal 1 e .nn
vinesseds r Rubtencerna of Pr lwrb inheien-whe--whomeral the n says .!
particularly w r 8 vn in tl e law .0 av Lpol:w non! HP no <.0 or n uraularly, He me d to re uni **
curion rew r 1 :ea tu b : rn hm: a0.1 to tran .:nc local pr
embou ed in a Isr On run lon, ducate --- w;Ink ad ince a c add our -un .. 0 ... ..
To run state hu w on ri an the people wer c how unu -in an M , not r she r 10ar 1: 8 Ross
tobi that all r. wa 0 e and uropatriane gate who n revo was our 1 pa

5.1 tr e j < al and blue i t .. and co, in amon a b< y cannowd to Wall our moratoruporary c:! b.m one war a co r bel per re I sh.:1 ec. wh 1 il boo 101 \ : 11111 -1 I 1: r mai < . n ,

Pqr h ti 1 lit act l of I as chow n by each fl...ird of he w as arol the e ramb. that the thrase of ;:ru g, it nobt r > b tin ran al me now sweeps over
or the I we up6 were right No man Mather form a lioard of Imme rewards who enable-altar alw I e f low her b an w. a.J p wab rap are 160 Wokk on Iteadvello Ct., SC Confer Warner Sund The orber seems t..be a retice
of any pa ty n no that their conduct was assemac a C 1 aco: h it in. Al r h2 weth < ra bone word-lc ce m).1 th oes .4 1.y :: a !!, 1, 00, a aths ago, I ob
the humble pre mber-ut one la J< e: H b narked irr.pro on at to wrue of our congr icyal to <,04 a 0 and 1. .1 ro the I rk Jhand v cars for lay r re stan a poor, sell, a wretchal w on: is akel re I Ps. solence rlat at b win< Jelica" isor The legl we re becomise more scra.u, the Strangers."
upon whe t. ? ut .Lrn. .0 li. push neip < troni < uh those t to FI;< Annual < emerence at clie 10.0 of cl.< Cr < my c 4, all- c 10 th preachineot the word II) The Chech I can up The neeun fr
founded I ce th. Abo hty has ble sed list many < conference bare grow deal that (1<1 Brell.ren. O beerhrin-who, ul,-, of 1 a w II or br adenht endsummer, se::s oi them, (11 sp an ( set 01 the Unared sitates shall be cluted in a f lou;ct us. erse: 1.) the 7, ad enou; h -pure conugh-us+:1 <: r-y n; weI I "" L ti >Has a r :eo h"tgan to r ** [aymen. -club ed there 3lu- us :ll:: elder d. no an me aren to the sacred pl.< r to le in) in dy i 00 5 Rh .Lu a t, we had a hunslay school We big lan quote se we 1
ed by the (onb rences-.pauly for the purpo a 1 r is on re nt, Lord. I aced El e in.0 In e .ac to n us. he : 4 worthy at an it La:


peral wil is anon at as we reneMar the the 1 e warade I 0 in eve ye , i.1.. car nd repare ented, ., , n 11

I althe th a 1:ndownwnt I ami. st and r I found in ) r 91 b S James' Citurch, Au as CR melon orbers. more or le-s mixed > ad the He ::r : on ..er serialuttl. 0 ar.auledlr.ne.r t at n.,ie insitance.(.a;? 1. he Jirtrain ur li h fruar It <<8, to n- ill a li ne c we r uhad hand, we lov< un I \lt 1. v lu mu servoi n 7,a at ti es cover ><14 s rnaintrained 1. r nd oth it r order on sub art out on Uue rewrkad

at on arrattle FPrivate subulation each can ( 1 ..Mrs bt et its speaken I he good order and marked at in d it < I .lt the 1our of 8

oberj or ab ri 1 sh t> twenty subur to hebre ( >Mean e a li n I of r .r 1 1 no one bi Me wread r or I le r re a go atte re ab rj rtna
their rive ] < s 4.1 (11 epii un iy nee pse curet ire, by an d @- ur.nb 1 1 to he n Lt on leered a r rho speaking was over by w re n yw/
Bashop Mary a alulbe Missourt Confer next y

iros ma nIte a I 1 4 .Is vue loa tel hel re)os a tra bad souis we ws.' not for. r !.\fe I 1[ 3 1 1 r less so I teen ad ane:ne, all I a >u
hashalic Chri Adver onth, in New Orican ,ai al in of y on." 11 -rbat picked u< up --&node to our r we on mother the 1 ] I 1< a protracted meetin a had the as tatace I the enn n

me (160 fail 40 1 li 1 < n.11uar e.) n trol vell.ny can li 0 kmi Conf< . . grously lie w al ut 32 your we will not inrzat our another rb barel ad we k \r.d I Ibe mea nne to ulted 10 the ad I non of 31 11! c on that he should t
work 11 ;ermany, mul had can a rues hs maic us all that we are- be br we hard as undet Iers to rhe Ch I brastian were powerful, but at
lon, extreme fronner \ro k on North riani 1cr at the 1 .11stuare (ulktor.ce he about usue was air 1 winan were soundia 111 on *

eighteus ye rs ch] to In ily knowledee of an Analen of that 604\ rally abandon her are in I..n book i but of men I kness lan would be .utr livin a tems,: .. n rar her; r yer 31 ,orn I rhe enrtre couragelon Sixty or sevenry were 1 10, I am so abs:d th: t
>.when< amongst the people \\es.ru > vou 801- Avo 4.inv en back on any dear, indulge:.* we a b ...1 so.rid so Anot r wh I """"""s .8 he allar, crying for mercy 11e < br>non I shall have to pr.
and was happy in my w 0,, as d the by cubin The Ed for has haul on our table ::0 exceediup- cr -ttle 110hodut Epwoopal ( Lurch al 1 h;toils demor. rana a w hfessured one Conference Jr inct .st abilerson 4 sty the capt this .11a azine, now fort < it was remarked that wa many aged per uns b.ol
ta il the uneptoseea raw ph.we 1 enjov fater it is worthy ol admission :nro every we re < << -th n at I wal/sa .1,0 a schkin been seen peantent A goodly numba

ed the hopik Wy of or a at the me t elegant tannly where there are base and arts to read uses qu to dependent on n -we bib tr i 1 we in nuch et per mu now toolde to old age were sided to
fainsluesel sh. ye rise tirst I sue I saw therawire oi who can be inter red in what congeatulate woulves, that the ( vu ast. e :0 rt I hi rhe- were c ne inc. 1, Itevivals on the Itorno
some or the n e tion.:,ashed men of the others tend ra theto Pro be 04 .x war, or >0 walb us--perunts us to live within her p -
Cilureb lists pl her: th presided 11siackswo white..ssonw Soun: cent a'luarter lipheway-boutuaybeaurpated--we to r post she revival work tivet
of the pay pre chers s hamed entr ainton' Amu
a a dastreati srh. L tortrals jslj \ ceived the Ucrober number 0: the, very > cl rag sn )/ ther we rece nt a nt at al 0 ha r There were several Pre bytenan and liapt preseber vi ri i tril5 illi1
between him and nee sus:rd runnuasuratk 1( .Monthly a us. eu a :4 rl am i .. 1 1
I chanced so is. in the way at any titue as he of trul\ v .. r. . . . *, . Churc..:ud an ng a dep r work cle our lowI wah us-:Ill duchame bar rinv of we = s
came and went I to olunarily retreated a can reading matter can be pilon to a ha sly at w tr An altering inducement fu :0 la b ion expen need, at
siderable spate ,ust think--only three

c li it la ac3ir endal3 1 anallain)u:1 ub ry we to tie.Lvrier work--orlecures phttal at1.8 <> thr i I 1 < ai 1 et irl c ) 1
money trom a bar a sources I stood a trcu rin:m very costly and beautiful line, in thus I amous to author z st-no d m-no on ess enou persal e me G I.arts out the cleae or stus meelar our f urth.
: I 5 * faltered (ktober s.un her, we find. in addits..o re the great n To true, the Method tE < hu b of us, ,y ho, II.augh b at 7 as, ansi w or bes, bu on can and ha cen ree
entative in...aur of v.elu.h:e sufusanates, lants. suggest South ru y not be, in all a what I lwd ttwar I nrpo e to do r I J zone adJc i to the ( a is / ly I try un"jo truel "

cyes, and ther.--sealdeJ, .u was mee <38 tsons, etc, more than ..o agratings, general of ,, , , are t her ed us wills converse power and as a y were or gs are rooms, prayer incena s n the in
gentic terms I have nese been so no rly kill. whah are amoup the tumt expermic ever land I under he sem.0 f knzaud sun for :1.< the duris:w a re Wh: here .e:un or a:ul love laises in the nd at But
ed by word, a fl.vat one tan.c I kn where to node my cleave 1 wondered that the it elf really looks to be we th a year a >ul, mi[,. what - i I 8 trJ..y wr:n- s the "L., do I un at 1 < vannershapp ly converted we Mrs a r can
Conference tra red me wh another app.unt ha b la a as [It does not N, th we I st e so man p
sour 11.0 co r of the An or can A crculturist g>r ed it us-belped us .:1 ng -Thats_ 1 to God capal ..* the c who ant

na her seat n us .< rw us 1 riced nor as o y I le hu (1) vu 1 rt ri tuh nor in gold -ul.>" ka n of all a ..1 a b .. limour j I tr 1 i (12 ad
the worenip, aa pua i us la ro ar << u all 01 th t e of3llerobvionary nionary"---wa u:< war it ht.rary war IV ; Bethel Circult, 5. Ga. Conference. th es and et he n and bar ep 1

the up a bribe 6,, Vr 1.1,t r Tr. cl e begrotone of due year ile upon la car tens re air ut I wy
painsmerre wsuch n nu he the opening > who send on then ubscopr n I :an pon th solar ex tal in unne-k.d the form will, can and on bt to do can 5 hel:er ad ernes
of an now.elvaue I II wa Iv me bke a amous at Oct er .111 who want e solotunasued runs.m< cultural papea bod i secuse a on the e terw 1 never was so your bol re- Mar has und:el 1,001 so wlink t recue al .n ahe b n i .1 4 I reh E.o.une adly a some one so mueb-
0 lu co.p ed, the 315 it wil be sure to betwhe all rathus and mother my hearr-rnethrtune los swept all-1.ur all me la.wner, rou.anbertug the r *la e I we were orginating 0:1 ),0 ro our dear I.ral
yours coula me a noble n-in allassi and laterest and sustrue: the ch Idxn 800 save and gold of the Asian Aleth..J wr top of f lee clas w by 1::< damphrud b.r the great cont.: to th ti, twebsen. Em
t!y now, whah w b.51 pr ric two ily Fre Church are snadequate to make the purcha red, had .u sence a no powers of Jaknew Conference : or us 11, : un eculas--mu t .0 sustain

e an ble n. le Onlus n a 0< 0 ir de < tallYby c( tpic 1 ed? nilbs.d,"ars gr at ed good on, w I .usea to cr ni mainiscence. The occasion was one of over- City, ting safety-my everlasting happiness, anspend, I r .0 .. - a -.a. = -si .







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October 18, 1867


Statistics.
to Presidins Eld*rs 8. c. conference,

ed'ChbeMPrealSding Elders are re out ull reami
Disciphline}atr rl leeet g tulltoj insa rto

every charge, to be reported at the Annual Com
forene shn eme the preacher in charge shall fail


Oct l8-3w Secretary S. C. Cont


awhi st ee a Emy
IDeems, and gives the history and progress of

crh cahioor o us n ess hepTioe so is
nal:SinglecopySocentseyear;twocopies,
50 cents five copies 81; it sent to one person,


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THE ELEatrons LAs? Ware-In Ohio, a
Demooratio Legislature is elected-a previous
majority of about 42,000 Repubbean votes hav
ing been overcome. Doubtful yet as to who is
elected Governor. The Republicans claim it
by a few hundred majority. There was an over
whelming majority, 50,000 or more, against ad-
mitting negroes to vote.-In Penusylvania
the Democrats overcame a majority of some
17,000, and elected their candidate, by a small
majority-not yet aceurately settled. In Iowa
and other States, the Republican majority is
diminished; but accurate returns are not yet at

mNo hern Deemocrp inp pa so m

rerp ation
[ Hy i too\ t e7ads
these triumphs, whatever they may be, are no
party triumphs. The people have risen in their
majesty with a consciousness of their power,
and disregarding party lines and party aspira-
tions havebeensilentlyconsideringwhatbelongs

ithem, t tebTtle ass e f g woni
If the results are signifloant in nothing else

theyG emin t that en ri e--ourhracel
Anglo-Saxon people-are still to be the controll-
ing powers on th a continent."

ro IGN NEWs.

London, Oct. 8 -The Revolutionists are in-
vading Rome on all aides. The Garibaldians
whipped the Papal troops near the Abruzzio
frontier -Prussia approves Italy's appeal from
treaty stipulations requiring her to defend the
rategrity of Papal dorninson.
Biaritz, Oct. 8.-Thefollowing plan is agreed
upon: Italy is to take possession of Rome;
Pius IX to remain until his death, when the
temporal power of the Pope will cease
Florence, October 8.-The Garibaldians are
marchingon Rome. TheFlorencepressurges
the Government to anticipate them. Garibaldi
has issued an address denouncing Ratand
London, Oct. 11.-The Fenian apprehensions
don't abate. It is believed that Parliament will

a me 2ton 1Se 19th F. r I L
4., .. .

London, Oct.11,rr -i... .
state that affairs in It 1 .r
lived that the wholt *
baldi a effort. Victo- 1 .. .1
the frontier and pro so I .

08 T eNapoleon complex ns of Aus
: of the anny

ri pints around Viterbo /thel pe din Iv
( I
-*il Altr:.
I . r .

son tti e --G baldi has named his
It is reported that the insurgents have been
driven across the frontier by the Papal forces
and compelled to surrender their arms to the
Itabans.

Kows Items
Richmond, October 8.-la view of the trial
of Mr. Davis, double the usual number of petit
jurors have been ordered to be summoned for
the fall term of the Court. Hon. James Lyons
was to-day furnished with a copy of the indict
ment against the necused. Gen. Wills, of
Alexandria, it is understood, is engaged on the
side of the prosecution. The Prosecuting At-
torney (Chandler) leaves to-night for New York
to consult with Mr Evarts, who assists him.

StRicha ri aTe 1 eUnited
owners the farms in Norfolk county, which have
been equatted upon bf the 1i. 1 1,,,, ..
war, went toTaylor's farmon *1 .,il 1 ...
but found the blacks armed and refused to evac-
nate The authorities retired. Many terms in
that district are similarly selected, and the ne-
groes express a determination not to be driven
off. In the case mentionedit was offered to
transfer the negroes to Gen. Wise's farm, but
1

Imbodenisexcitingsol2.TThecase e i
to be permitted to register under the President a
last amnesty proclamation upon taking an oath
to support the Constitution, but was rejected
He now intends to apply to the United Statea

al" at th ra wr o'tomraeng tr ito ea 0.

v 110 ep let me e Cofrra t eT dit
States, and thus test the legality of the oathre-

t dw t irt thaeo aradodn dee d-
ed by the President to the excluded class.
)YashingtonOct.12,PN-TheRepublican
s estimated at 20,000-a loss

eCubernatoerli It n cannotbe
positi kuT until Tue sySouthern owners

amonuting to $120,000 and awarded by the
Court of Claims in June last, have been paid,

d sofn1tbil'Pheduclcessfaul claimant are
Court required absolute proof that claimants
never voluntarily aided the rebellion.
-Forney telegraphe irom Philadelphia that
Sharswood, Democrat, is elected by at least six
hundred majority.
Columbus, O., October 13.-Further corree
tions in the returns add a few hundred to the
ma med> r t1hde RTphueb o sh

declare the yellow fever epidemic here


t iOcoer e minutes
atthe Grand Connelland promise to send out
no more war parties.
--Gen. Sherman is visiting his daughter
New York. General Schofield returns to Rich.
mond to-morrow.

A CONVENTION OPSPIRIT-RAPPERS bu late-
ly been held in Boston, Mass. Zion's Herald
says: Their talk was chiefly in reference to the
edneation of the young, deploring the evil effects
of Sunday schools in teaching that the Bible
to be believed, and that men are totallydeprayed,
ete One member said that he could perform all
the miracles of Christ himself ; that God hu
no farther need of ministers, and that they
had better go and raise potatoes; he (the speak-
er)' was divinely ordained just as St.Peter Was
thathe had been at the head of the nation three
times himself; and, when told he had exceeded
his time in speaking, he knew no thee. He


wound up his remarks by pretending to talk In
dian, screeching, whooping, and dancing a war
dance. nOne sister assailteaddebaez up tt bi


er, who enewed, was sFube e by rr ab
t he m e qttackon wadterfeal om es e


id odo daua t boes do etosofe

e t ono idea of what he may have to be-

Domes a Makets.
mars., er msonna

2,8N ae [tlo 9;C 1 r neerr S
925toll25,Southern1085tol500; Wheat
a ... .. L . A


less r a y at 2 4 ; I rd I y at 11
to144; Turpeatine 57 to 57); Rosin 3 75
3 78; Stock excited and lowerainee last Board
Money 7; Gold 444.
BALTIMoax, October 14.-Cotton dull and
t 'rill IL Ti .ar firm and quiet,
r.. 1 85; Corn-white
.. , ,, ae 1 45, mixed 1 41
to 1 44; Oats firm at 68 to 74e; Rye dull, prime
65; Provisions quiet and steady.
WITMinorow, October 14.-8pirits turpen-
linequietat55k; Rosinquietatrainedoommon
3 30, No 2, 3 37&, pale 4 75.
CuxamassoN, October 14.-Cotton in good
demandandadvanced ic; onles300balesmid-
dlings 16 to l64, receipts 1060 bales.
SwAxuxu, October 14.-Cotton active and
advancing, sales 800 bales, New York middling
166 to 17, receipts 1,700 bales.
AvousTA, October 14 ---Cotton ilrmer, sales
348 bales, middli t r 1 rO but

r suplerfi80e 2e00 tor1k2d25d Ctor 3 b


leij i emlS L rndud IPan ashoul ral4),
St Louis, October 14.-Flour &rm, superfine
7 00 to 7 50; Cora 1 00 to I 10; Provisions
very dull; Mess Pork 24 00; Bacon, shoulders
141, clear sides 184; Lard 14 to 141e.
MOBILEOctoberl4.-Cottoningooddemand,
sales 1,65r00 balestre I or d1dlibnaks; market

NEW Oasses, October 14.-Cotton in fair
deniani He e a 00 b es} b ices stifer

247; Flour in better feeling, superfine 10 50

du nando lenna at ited 4B0d Outs 7
d lit 1 il 1 leardide 19%, a

quiet and firm, tierces 14{ to 15, kegs 16; Su
gar and Molasses--no Louislana in first hands.
---
Foreign Markets.
LIVERPOOL, October 12, p. m.-Cotton has
advanced 1-16d; sales 18,000 bales.
Livenroot, October 14.-Cotton firm; mid-
dli pland8td <..is.:.*
manedusales 14,00b ss a a m i, a ..
14. Od; White California wheat 17s; Provisi
unchanged Rosin, common 88 6d; Turpent e
278


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