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: November 8, 1867
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Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

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CHRIST IN THE STORM.

.,
slip this disciples cameto himand awokehameaving,
.,, . . . r us
Ithe

The waves tossedhughand the mnderoaredland,
The hghIninghshedfromthethandereloud, .

ru Lord or creason was sleeping on deck.
um assesses were wantimyet arease awreck;
as a, o eja it a
Then Jesusaroseandrebuked the wild w nds
adv i in a us scan
Now sassmooth-the arracalm,*a.aninfantasteeP
Thus the timiddisciplewho ne'erdisbelieves'
,
Providet>ensureassrecepoonabove c.
semehatcheeA c., oct law






LumpkinDistrietMeeting-Bouth Georgia





Dista ge er 12n en o e an al to parr '

ported favorably. From verbal reports made by
delegates from the different sections, at appeared
that the Sabbath-school cause was receiving
pec al attention that atten ans upon n


dp aidnb n blepor tnhs grac us v alath
el. .
r nts eared also that, in some parts of the
work, there had been too great indifference in
fa ilto e suppearapof the mindxsa ; n n strad
neglect of class meetingS .1
man,
and wtth power, and God great y blesse til er
labors. The members of the Church were
wonderfully revived, and some penitent souls

think that a District.


"EliBil:::'..'" .;d
are Rev. C A.Crowell, DawsonOircuit; Abner
H. Flewellen, Georgetown Station; Henry
Graham, Fort Gaines Station, and James J.

l' Al arritt, Buena Vista
Circuit, JeremiahA. Bell and Dr. W. B. Moore,
Weston Circult, and RughFarrior, Fort Gaines
Station.
The appointment of a place for the next Dis-
triat-meeting, for prudential reasons, was left

whha h senhjor etd I en n e8d

gather wt the citizens of Cuthb t no ilt

neas8s, "rddia propiate resolutions of thanks were
Of visiting brethren present we may mea-

ake a teha cof R1 onDr. Myer dS tt,

lantea;dR J. P. Dmican, of Am leus a
F rida Conference, algr t coe abi8itoecasion


in Ts ife eat Committees reported as follows,

After discussioug me gth the impor-
tance of education, the Committee say: Aside
from the religion of Christ, we know of no in-
vestmer of tiTe, mgney on care, the can conn
,
eranous

e sThe ea ee I e Can and ad I
and capable of imparting instruction to pupils
in every neighborhood throughout our conutry
1 Emory College, at

a adrew Fe/ale College,(]ol g M

ent tutious eminently worthy of r ,
oN MINIsTERIAL surroRT.
This report is too lengthyhto be gi n in full,
or a wou give you

After defining the relative positions of minis"

To on ra ezatbbels, tl t eThe net dTto of ha
Church to give her midstry a liberal support.
They specially urge upon the members of the
M. E. Churob, within the bounds of the Lump.
kin District, the importance of waking up to a
proper sense of their obligations on this subject
ON CHURCH LITERATURE.
After discussing the importance of a sound
and healthy Church literature, the Committee
say : If the heads of Methodist families would
raise up their children in a manner worthy of
the Churob of their Fathers, they must not neg-
lect the literature of the Church. Other

esus no a wa5 a rinSadbrdad Opha
with the dancers that threaten fromthacquarter,
we must look carefully and promptly to our own
Home interests."
Of the resolutions proposedby this Committee,
and unanimously adopted by the meeting, I will
give the more prominent:
1. 1hat the Southern Christian Advocate,
published at Maeon, Georgia, justly deserves
and shall have oureordial iniluenceandsupport;
and further, that we will endeavor to have it
become, as soon as possible, the paper of every
Methodist family within the limits of our I .
trict.
2. Thatthethanksofthis meetingarespecially
tendered to Means. J. W. Burke & Co.fortheir
distinguished magnanimity in sustaining, by
timely pecuniary ald, the publication of the Ad-

rear herto; auddtlisa{o me ges dduebthens
Chureb at the earliest moment practicable,
3. That the Southern Methodist Publishing
House, at Nashville, Tenn., and the Publishing
House of Messrs. J. W. Burke&Co., at Macon,
Georgia, are establishments of which we are
proud, and such as should secure the patronage
of the Church generally at the South.


NeT oComm t y gtohodthi
evangelical agency thatisfitted toproducesuch
glanolus reaults an h world andlthe Church, as

matny places tehe truth is)b o ne hie ToptT
most hopeful indication of the Christianity of
the present age. Too long have the baptized
children of the Church been permitted to grow
up without that thorough indoctrination, and
e itkenarture,1which ran"b w dee)xd


i L some in-
til 1 3 I .. ... : a : a scandal
-ei i '
They recommend the organization throughout the District; and at the same time
speak most encouragingly of some of those al-
ready in operation,
vourax susalows,
The Comm ee report encouragingly on t is

anbjtect.numbeeyda nthatrThgmat am ceodnaddetr-
eve n these missions. The news from China
9ring the past year hasheencheering. Georgia'
thorth Ca oh and M senasspps are represented
by the missionaries, and we must anp-
port them in work
Ch h h n enrgen@on thheementm
trict, the importance of promptly paying the
at d for th of th '
rtman s assesse e support one mis-
DOMESTIC MISSIONS AND CHURCR EXTENSION.
The latter part of this report I beg leave to
give entire, as follow:
But of the large population inadequately pro-
vided with the means of grace, the colored
people in our midst constitute by far the larger,
on, m g ton i on icV

and natural desires for them.
Houses of worship and pastors of their own
are now a desideratum with them. A natural






We believe it to be the true policy of the Church

to eann um ad assist thiem in their seps
for them an eilicient ministry. Let not the Cai-
like thought, am I my brother's keeper?" r

modvedhueepeoplaeafrom nr hri an mpathiesr
Let the M. E. Church, South,
originated the idea of colored mis-
sions, aind who haT ev7ribceaennra r etu e

I -. I , ur yet ga or from among
th e people the fruits of her h erto laborious

ON THE STATE OF THE CHURCH.

pliThedCommitte a tt he )endte oCtracToa
two fold: First, to furnish facilities for the de-
velopment and maintainence of personal piety
Th hem etu r wi hem ras


n ofr h b h eo e
the good of general society, and to extend the
influences of religion in the regions beyond."
The relation that these two ends snatarn to each
Other is reciprocal. Not only does the Bible
teach, but experience has demonstrated, that
when individual professors of religion have a
clear evidence of their neceptance with God,
and are hung in a manner correspondxag with
such an experience, such persons evince more
interest, and enter more zealously into those

n esewMoh o a e nr and i -
othe hand, osgrm tas be ItC f5 ri


e brejHeexolent noterprisesh a irit to ito e and
favorably upon their own piety. "In watering

oio ljrn ne thaeet fl ends f

institute onsTh cet is thburcheano t ofactti

Co h a dea uldThoe reh
mainud be spiritual yshe mu be coasktan



"Dpisrt i a dn s wi ht a ri be
11 of which were unanimously adopted i ,1.
Meeting, urengupjt no cob ho h dis

charge of all their pastoral duties.
Here we rest. H.

Orangeburg District Meeting-S. C.
Conference,
ir - r ] sp
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the District1 nference, hehi et tieF eae

wasopra se a

' 1
Yours, very truly,
B. C. HARD, Secretary.

ON EDUCATION AND CHURCH LITERATURE.
The vital importance of sustaining the educa
tional interests of the Church at the present
time, cannot fail to empress the minds of our
brethr .thThe progress of th gedu lelldingly
eman pulp y

ane r eb a d t tencaturnal abil in.
prepared to pr ach. The trainsng of the soul
=* H .st must be followed by the ee-
= arduous study, if we would
have our preaching successful. To knowledge
of the word of God it is absolutely necessary
that we add a knowledge of the liberal arts, if
we intend to keep pace with the present march
of intell ChAu htzhas education m r at il-

that of her ministers. In the coming years as
in the present, the sceptre of government shall
be swayed by men of intellectual capacity. Is
there a choice between bezng ruled by the sons
of the Church, trained in seminaries where the
religion of Jesus Chries is a prominent study, or
by men educated inacharity that begins, centres
and ends at home ? Should our daughters be
forgotten ? It is the boast of Christianity that
she found the beautiful of our race trampled
beneath the feet of oppression, her attractive
-wo -oli nigh hidden beneath the mire of
and it raised her from shame and
1, Ir I .... . a ,.
' I ' " I
carry on this glorious work.
For the accomplishment of this purpose we
are notadestitute me e dayWoo rodor leg

prosperity, entered upon a course of marked
usefulness to the country and church. From its
halls have gone forth young men, teachers of
0140 people, whose aim it was not only to extend
the knowledge of the schools, but to convey
with it the knowledge of the word of God.
The value of such a co operation in the work of
saving souls is beyond estimate. Standing, as
do at e head p a of on do is


changed into the waters of life In addition to
diese, Woflord College has a It b doo_


Carolina Co ference. In turner enoerathe South
which befel our country, the endowment fund
was entirely lost, and this noble Institution is
now reduced to great extremity.
For three years, its Professors, with a so
nial the ow pha is even in thoednboble


use of proper means t lighten their minds, ticularly upon the young; as least this is our
and save their soula fr& death. | experience in this neighborhood, and I think it
on suNDAY-sonoor.s .
TYe believein infact redemption, Infant mem- II a .
l>ership, and the Sundaysohool embrace infant prayer meethsys, and tiny have not been without
snatruction and trannuxg; so that any interest or their good results 1 think that at one of these
actionin reference to Sunday-schools, in in ref- meetings there w erence to a substantial part of our religion, and they continue satisfied with our church, we hope
its outward manifestations. that much more will be done for this particular

te Li choah1r1br ches of thils great sa ng sys- society than has been done to this time. We
pemuliar to us. Wher e objm armies overe allitenoe1nio I .1 , - I
ran our country, and scattered our Sunday- more general throughout our country.
school books far and wide, and sometimes even A. GRAY.
took the pulpit books away from its cushions, it ----
has left many of our schools destitute of books Lenoir Circuit-S. C. Conference.

so remehna boe nisuch.a Franon eachhe) sena' Mr. Editor:-You will, no doubt, be glad to
There have b e where b hear good news from the Western part of North
een some sees persons are Carolina. We have good news. The Lord has

a IdrwillioP to to dwbot ofeuelldtinaotttphr 6roenattly favorenddth dfxrt 1 at io b larolina
needed the helpof thee urch to train up their under the pastoral chni e of the Rev. G. W
children an the nurturdand admonition of the
Lord!" They admitted their needor the church' en e be , ,
by jointo it, but the children did not, thus have been awakened, mourners have been com,
..lo r of things, by telling forced, and the peopleofGodhave been strength-
b without instruction, while ened in faith, and h e, and love. Under God

h ldh bn tooseb 13 fordheh.Chureh issno t p 19ti trument y of h dw k has b
country present such obstacles as the committee ( -
mustrogard as insuperable. The cold of winter
is easily obviated by the cheapness of stoves and eia






Sunday-sehool labors. Fler aggressive action a of rehm
Inuat-lturn 5todthe s a h et cSu syd such a book from such a man will be an unusual

inthe thousands of unconverted outin the broad treat. Having listened to the readiagof several
world; but, by the power which Methodism chapters, I have no doubt that the purchase of

rse o OC6d Pfew lite tm rts a tn ebro 0 a ynougo 20 eve m tand p n
denominational influence So that if Methodism 2 "asnteb u tell it. Is written pre

ananto live in the futureit must live in the hearts The D 6 Female Colle located
outl profusionenof thueenhi rend who mdust be this placeTs r ag a very prosp us sessio
fields of Missionary labor, where Methodism is The commencement czercises take place Nov
attacking to a chbu e aSataentin h thlen- b twhrenofwethee foenen a cable

children, and the heathen in his iflindness,''ie amd sas, compos terloons from the graduating class,
only to wish and pray, that she may continue to
heb church of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus I li 1* avro
We offer the following resolutions: 18 visiting bts unch and son in-law in this
1. We are glad that the faith and action our see It will as many friends
church contemplates in reference to children
a
dn of his I of body, In2nd
n


a on ad ie o


alone. When it dies we will mark"suicide" on
its tombstone. We couldn't allord to publish
the names of its agents in this latitude. Such
consideration of them would be too great.
SAMUEL A. \fEBER*
Lenoir, N C, Oct.16, 1867.
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(11 1111$ RH q If illi1.


NO HEATHENoAT HOME.

)Ir. Oldtimes was a good neighbor, a good
citizen dtputt shenojila


unle2 but( 0 Sa at
It must be a very powerful rain or very deep

w sent d his beingocaerl in lost

r bu 0 0 e o a w e a


no i, a to jje so a chd fe
conscience gave him twinges; for after the col
election 1 : = I . 11. ,l ,
it at e I
after such a collection had been taken up, "n
what's tbo use, or the propriety, of sendingoof
ourmone t earFilth leathenwhen we have

"Heathens at horne: Where are they 7,*
"Where are they ? Why, everywhere! the
town is full of the 0. Take my own neighbor-

heoodn and there as not more than one familytin
hing. 1 al ** n enough' sven

1 11 I 1 -. ,
.
: opin-
ion, none of them full, and yet to none of these

11htise go. Ithwas a wieh their fathers
wait for these to become a i... 1 1
we must wait a great whil it ,,
tried to persuade them to attend ?
Tried Yes, over and over again. They

, a and they won't go. I call
ges, but they are not heathen."
"Why not ? Why don't they need the gospel
as much as the heathen ? '
oThey do; but the difference is, they have
the gospel, and the heathen have not.-
The difercuce is, they have and reject; but the
heathen have not the offorof life. Lookat your

of tr zeyhtrlwod fbr example. Jusc see what
"In the first place every family has a Bible.
It a as you
I ** : =1 I >uses
-the Bible containing God's ow = . .

I -- 1 I .. 2
I,,
ren gh o are every soul of them, all if they
would read and obey it
"In the second li have the Sabbath.
There is not one I = rho does not know
that this is the Lord a day, appointed for
rest and for worship. There is not one of them
who may not hear the church-beli --1
bath; and they know these are
invitations to go up to the house of tl T 1
to worship with God's people and hear
sage salevatmo Ti ,'i i woul

people.
1 .. 1 ,1 ,I all . 1 .
1== -1, : * Sub' **
ample is an invitation and a 2 I
for they know that you are a better man, your
family is better educated, nod every way :
respectable, for your habit of keeping the Sab.
bath. Every time you ride past their houses,
yo mpl Ibma in b ra


they have large library es, where the best men
eni astruct and he or for

. the *
to say not{sing about tl
in consequence of their having been brought up
I in such a school.
i "Then, again, they all know there is a Say-

d wb e ianwh e he came 0 ,d at he


They all know He has a living church, a ways
has had, and always will have. They all know
I = bis church is sending out missionaries at
and abroad; that she has ministers at
(and very anxious are they to have a
Christian minister at all their funerals;) that
this church has tractsand religious papers, and
magazines, and books, and everything to help
them and their children. They know all this,
and know, too, that every one of them might
enjoy every blessing whleb the church scatters
thisNowhthehh thenBiab no bb tih, nofaj
emn worship, no Sabbath schools, no Christian
families, no Christian exampleno churches, and
they know nothing of Christ. They can't be-
come Christians. 1... - .1. _.1 ,
are not heathen. 'II . I = [ .
pel of Christ: they so I .1 1 1. .
will not come to it. 3

Ol V 1, Ido 1 u have put it in a pretty
strong light. I never looked at the thing in
that hght. I will think it over; andif I see it
to marrow as it looks to-day, you needn't wonder
if after all I ha , ini re ,
go to Foreign I . .t.


Mr. SpurRee ienmHe et e "Two Tal-
ents," has some admirable remarks on the re-
ward given an heaven to the hurchlest Christ an
who has done what she could. He says:






that endured re ution and searn, and yet w

was not worthy; who lived for his fellow men,
and died at last fortheircause; standbyangels,
and admire, while the N = .. i i .i

handan d %s, t'Wel no the joy of thy rd

Selee d whom it en
a

, thi inghoc a e, to a saaP
sumptive; there wasa heetieflush now and then
a n hbeerrbehe d she la thr e10aTri
daughter? for it seems heaven is making much
stir about her. No, she was a poor girl that
arn he iv ng y th tian so worked

ing tonight; and here she comes. Shewentpre-
maturely to her grave, but she is coming, like a

sh tkr acorn full ri into heavenjdan h

I b o g

place by the a of Whitelield er
Ask what she ever did, you ftnd out that she
used to live in some dark rret down some dark
alley in London; and the% used to be another
poor girl come to work with her and that oor
g..i > P
I
t I
:
go to chapel or tochurchtogether. It was hard
Br ag tl ro o go, but d used
wild I (

and when Janehwas not there she used to pra

with ehr nand now, d there shestpraye

p r JarNee on pdage out theABib j
nary ar sh tried t tell her about the Say

h e 1 1

v 4 the irl profe her love to Christ

sandtill hle sh dtto e m3i Id
died. When she was In the hospital she used
to have a few tracts, and she n ] = .1 _
thos who mtehto e hurto come r ad, and

she would give them a tract. When she fast
went into the hospital, if she could creep out of

hesbedishe ud t byuthe sidee h edo to
till at last she got to ill, and then she used to
ask a poor woman, who was on the other side of
the war - '"-: t 1 oing
ou her own recount, but for! er sake, IsC

I heart while abo was

At last this poor girl died, and fall asieep in
Jesus; and the poor consumptive needle woman
had said to her, 'Well done;' and what more
could an archangel have said to him?-'She
bath done what she could.' "

ANOTHER VISIT OF JESUS.
A large number of people had assembled on
the shores of a lake to meet Jesus. He had
been away, and they were expecting him to
return. They desired to hear his instructions,

d erteo anxieus frt ad dsand te sh
brought their sick friends with them. And it
came to pass that when Jesus was returned, the
people I/adly received him; for they were all
waiting for han.
Dear reader, how is it in your town ? Jesus
was with you once, but he has been gone for a
time And are you all now waiting for him to

Id to tha bl a an To v yri {
from Jesus just now ? You and your Christian
brethren would all be built up in faith. Your
cold hearts would be wanted with the fires of
3 I *I ? your friends, sick with
* sin, would be restored to
spiritual health. Jesus alone can cure the sin.
sick soul. Do you indeed desire a visa from
him. And are you expecting Jesus to return 7
The people of Capernaum were looking for him.
Are you on the look-out in your church, really
expecting a visit? Not to expect him shows an
amount of unbeliefwhich may keep him away.
And then, are you ready for Jesus? True
made up of desire, expectation, and
Perhaps it would conflict with your
,, receive
** are you
now, this very day, all in readiness ? Is your


An I shallithe
your city:" And
1 s was returned,
the peopi/visal, received him; for they were all
-Alo Presbyterian,
A Batisfactory Prayer-meeting-


i secret of aGsa factor aver 3ee 1 OS
Elim and seek his blessmg 2d When there
to seek his ble ing with nil 11 eir heart, and,


( 0 / ,/. ,| I li
weariness and dullness, but we shon]d indulge a
pleasing hopefulness.
I well remember my '-finek" in -. It
seemed natural to them to love "our prayer-
.. .. and s(geejx Ilot untlhath might,


Institution, suffering privations of which but
few of us have any adequate conception. It has
I -. 2 = > ri 1 .
in.- * I -
la .\, 3 *
suits of good, then Wofford College cannot tall
to reap thirty, sixty, and a hundred fold in the
years to come. We call upon all the Church,
throughout the length and breadth of the land,
that this ingatheringmaybegin.
The Orangeburg Female Seminary, though

in80sup lis th ad a add fathale a craet
which has been severely felt in this part of the
Conference since the suspensionof the Columbia
Female College. The embarrassed condition of
the finances of the country presents formidable
obstacles tonnecess, but by the persevering in,
dustry of the Principal, Rev. Wm. G. Connor'
the Institution is in a fair way of being per-
manentlfd tapba ne e.For the school we bespeak

The Committee deeme it almost useless to
make an cHort to impress upon the minds of the
Meeting theimportanceof church papersince
we all know the value of it, though we can but
say there is a want of interest in this direction
within the bounds of the Distriet. The Southern


8 0 at I ot oCoa ne
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pnea analFurge our brethren to do all in
theirC wer to increase the subscription list of
oub rence paper. e for
,, . / =1 ford

Assoecialtion;T woerganize the Woford As
sociation, and recommend it to the Conferences,
to aid us in procuring at least 500 members, at
ten dollars per annum.
ON MINISTERIAL BUPPORT

The 5re incip us tthhat thee workdanan
ment of human Work. There is no reason why
this principle should not be maintained in the

mief r re tThe urch of God on h to insi
men of the Lord and not a charity.
Contributions made to this cause are not gifts,
but the payment of debts we owe to the Highest


membled, and frequently heard them singing, in
which tl ., I .. .] -1 1 she Lord
sing. .1'= = 1 ** ** * 1, a look,
they would sing again. Any one, when asked,
would lead in prayer-the services were short
and full of life. At its close, no one hastened
away as if rejoiced that the penance was ended,
, but seemed disinclined to leave, and sometimes
E in our long winter nights, they would sing again
and another would pray. One of the elders is
in heaven-the other still lives, and I am sure

si Ile a -o fl Tie mOrueraP t nmfoertiena t ra
and even a little more love to our Master, would
be greatly improved -Christian Observer.
From the chersuan observer,
ASERMON TO ONE'S BELF.
, , ,, ,1 be set.

I think any one may preach a profitable ser-
mon to himself from these words. The expres-
ston, though very concise, seems to contain a
volume of meaningand is of that kind which
should especially please. God isthinkingkindly
and speaking kindly to us, and every pious
minister of the Gospel agrees with Ham, and


f v3 nae heo ess d fm thil
spiritual Millenium would dawn upon the earth,
theatrougholds of skin the human heart would
be uprooted and destroyed, and all such with





is so sinful! This is the second idea Grace and

mh I rodue ois its erece vu
to pardon, love and bless. This is the fourth
idea, and we need not hesitate to open our
heartdwouif the Grospel of His grace to enter

In our unreconciled state and without this
saving grace, we are manifestly in a dreadful

np ascensad le3 trt i ceT 0 1 ndo
be sought, and the best possible use made of it.

so n oeu vm eobd ni lele on
"Now, is the accepted time Behold! now is
the day of salvation I know not, that we

neheed can daire anythinbeb ter or mor kind.
right to have so much grace offered in vain."
We, therefore, i. e, because God beseeches, we
do beseech you, thatye receive not the grace of


as so amS v jfe n a f
pecuniary importance to myself, and will read
bink.--will act and pray accordingly from

Ican never find fault with God's goodness;
and have no causeforunbelief, nor can I beheve
he is unwilling that I should be a Christian,

audbatBai81tl e saved, as long as I fled this verse
3. What a wonder grace is,
4. How much encouraged I ought to be, to

td e rd do hi n sug
hun. B is help and guided by Hxs Word, this


s thi the reader'ssermon to himself ? hindly
asks MExon.

First, t orape r rTn i way from

dutyju ms fPwithe pehriment; but he
in the end find themselves. Th t n

h e am ig eed a 30 ad s


an n it @oo und i sof rsetrength
All etion to the be-
.. ,i 1 dross and makes the
gold h et m nh i dae nedde teTaracter ex

cept when thrown upon one's own resources,
The oak in the middle of the forest, if surround-

td every sidle byderelees that telter and aba k
protectors, and the first blast will overturn it
But the same tree, growing in the open Held
whereit is continually best upon by the tempest,
becomes its) own or ten r r T/rwho is

imi pe deenceeofacharacter to which he could not
Fourth, 1 .1 a you look
to your pon = s = bringreg
influence to your post. Therefore, prefer rather
to elimb up hill with difBoulty, than to roll down
with inglorious ease.

A NEW-YORK MERCHANT
a When I was a boy," said a New York mer.
chant, the son of faitl ful, godly parents, "and
came to the city, and was a clerk there, 1 could
never throw off the restraintof home religious in-

aena e, r dea7y 8 at rdon tuboe r sli(bt
"But once, I was led astray to do whatI knew
to be wrongou that day. Two young men asked
me to go with them one Sabbath, to Hoboken,
They urged it. At last, I consented. I went
with them, but passed a most miserable day.
1. I ,i
I ..I

kabefore it could reach New York wharves
"On our way back, whilere-crossingthe river,
I hardly knew what gave me the courage, but I
told my twocompanionshowunhappy Ihad been,
that it had been no pleasure excursion to meand
that I should never do such a thing again.
"They laughed at my scruples; but Ibad tak-
ena firm stand, and was enabled ever afterwards
to retain it,
One of these young men died a drunkard.
I have lost sight of the other; but be turned out
badly-was a worthless character. '
Let no Christian parents relax their effort to
implant right principles and habits into those
committed to their care -American Messenger,

Begin the Day with God
There are many toiling ones whose time is not

hto arn tn dmeaonud.ers it od" f
can 1 as i roar of machinery
or tl I... = .. I 1 1 voices. The heart
can go up to him, no matter what the surround-
ings. Wherever Abrahant pitched his tent,
there he raised up an altar to the Lord. So,
wherever the Christian heart is, there is also an
acceptable altar from which the incense of pray-
er 1 .

wi fi me and place or iv am a


3-t th our e ul s emba 1

toddso the cannot get on without three hours
Sir Matthew Hale also bears testimony: "If
I omit praying and reading God's word in the
morning, nothing goes well all day.'' How
many ofus may find here the cause of many of
ourh I es, and consequent discontent and losy


c nh b r Tah nt nua yd ti af

It becomes not only a rehgsons duty, but a debt the inward faith once delivered to the anists;
of honor for a Methodist to pay his preacher, t toobur nday-schools may be a praise 2n all
We recommend for the more efEcient action es.
in the future, that the stewards meet in the ON THE STATE OF THE CHURott.
beginningof the year, make a liberal allowance The Committee have heard with deep interest
for the support of the minister, and divide this the report of the pastors of the several barges
am unm rudoubg ea hench ur a co within the Distr ets on their separate fields of
labor, and its with gramude anddevoutthanks-
1. ii p 1.. .1 that we record that the
.r g. . I r .. a ,re District is in a sound
tu rdess, Itan the o to ii to es sa r it

eirm and urge the people to rally to has been eased ab antly to pour on7 this

at is a yo Is iret { r lestruction of
ment amou to89 00 11 athl e unt only some of our church edifices and class books, and

raised 66, 46 58. As the time is jneest rt8 the eat lo so piro rty consequent up, rtit

be made, ve sl d and demoralized ourarrangements2m

and everyman and w man come up tryt cha e, well as our people fra ti thatrtille p aspyet


of hae stewardsoin tittisa 1 i sitdj1arEldea b e not flical ed, /uthavebeen fund faithfully
minute report of the stat of oni 1 owAGEs. e hot postpamid tche ha dslups de nar

,
9, I become recon-

a or adaries, with the excep their ci cuits an aatel sandn byein t ora rentUsons
ascertained, of the churches of Bethel, Zion, a 11 I I I 1
and 41 Station, formerly belonging to St

treP em su he rde)emt e ofabmoi at its the prospect of a successful future, Zion moves
sers 1 1 .1 I .. ? .1:< onward
be e * * 11 committeee e are sorry, however, to report
1 2 ,, rent delinquency in some places in re-

e ee c cenit neda a llsablisiletdMti t gard torthe finances of .. 12Cbbur b "odp would
they will entereheartilnybiotom is tiaonudoft ing to fear on the subje a we shall havenoth-
families, and we so recommend.
oN Missions. sel
No one can fail, if he properly apprehends Church has not been neglected, but hundred. of
the claims of the world upon the church, to children are being taught in th a lastitutio a
recognize the missionary work of the oburch. ir aoe itnot chtoneseplacGa1
()h tianity Is mm xonaardy an itsh parls nb f We urge an increaseof lefort int th I rectio

his advent, "I will give thee the heathen for witho i rmean. ay en at
thine inheritance, and the uttermost parts of the The literature of the Church our books and
earth for thy possession," is a grant to be se- periodicalsarereceiving somealtention, but not
oured and apromise tobe fulfilledhy missionary ch desire. We he e to be able t

e5 e 11 tro ihtthepilooHshnCe ofhpSeoact ch v hato estbmoret I r 1. future
her missionary organizations and her mission as e
fields. Her domestic missions are of vast im- reldg ousMatateSof non olooredpopul ion either
portance, argent in their demands, and encour- in g h,
aging in their promise of results, if properly many have been drawn away, but many of these
cultivated. Two of these are within our own have returned to us, and we believe that with
District. proper management others will see their error,
The Graniteville Mission is in a prosperous and pursue the same course.
cond i ,eTedtal lou h n AS telj Capers's Ghapel-N. G. Conference,

founder of the village, it still promises to stand I desireto say through the columns of the Ad-
up to the missionary society in its own support, vocatea few things for the colored people of .
The Lexington Mission is located in a poor immediate neighborhood, especially those '
section, but among a people who highly appre- were members ofShiloh Church. In the early part
ciate the 5 i 1 can to support of the present year they expressed th< -
have abouse of worshipof their own. T .= .. .-
It == we employ our best efforts to rangement the brethren of Shiloh read I,
support the missionary cause in our church. sented, and brothers Meriwether, L. H. Brown
oN THERELIGIOUSINTERESTS OF THE COLORED and myself determined to afford them all the
your ATION. assistance we could. This we did, and in a
short time their house was ready for use.
With the exception of an occasional locality, Dr. Menus was called on to furnish a name
the colored people have generally severed their and dedicate their church. He complied, and
connection with our Church, and formed them- our colored friends now worship at Capere's
selves into associations, whose prevailing senti- Chapel. Brother Florence, thepastoron Yellow
ment seems to be to propagate radicalism in- River Circuit, has preached to them occasionally,
stead of the religion of Christ. Thiachange in and I have served them once in every month,
thei church ulations, audethe substission of Br he Meriwettrhowho holdsh himself in

- .11 -* I But your committee ganized among them aSabbath school, wh2ch he
confess to a feeling of great discouragement in has managed for them, assisted by a valu.11
this work. We would not, howeverrecommend corps of to chers A lively interest is take.. .
a suspension of effort. We would say to the this school, by white and colored, and a good
niEcials of our church, and especially to the work is being done for this people through this
local and itinerant ministers, that we abould means. To show the interest taken in this
still esteem is our imperative duty to do what is school by its members, nothing would do them
in our power to enlighten and save the colored but they must have a Sabb -school celebra-


coplse, wh everi and whereTr practicable tion This celebrate c the month
efort in their bi . nil ... =*
i T 11 to despairt I a ut gTldomspe le souA eallt s I


a at od tL is trichiaaracteristic of the times, na m oto a pleasant tg onve, where/town ..
We therefore recommend the adoption by this when I say, that we all left the ground glad that
bodyof we belonged to the Sabbath-school anny!'
1. Th. . 1... 1. . much as ever We returned to ourhomesresolved to do what
interested in the moral well-beingofour colored we could for the cause of our Master in this
po ulation.we will not relax our efforts in the a no Bave at a e bt


THREE DOLLARSI PER ANNTM. PBIHDB .W UK ,@ O H .E HRH OT .H YRDDEIO










178 SOTTTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Vol.xxx. No. 45


be found, thausaying: quite anumberaroseek. is open, unobstructed by lamp or chandelier or heart Ti . .1, 1 i.. lotter. 1 .1, , 1 1 ,it mend that a new : 3,, I ider's District he moneed at the same phee, and such was the
401Ill.s (11 ( 15115# ShUtaff ing religion, and we hope others will''follow even gas burners. I commend the plan to all Will; ., a .1 I I - .1 II .*s formed, consisting = 5 ... and McIntosh, interest manifeated, and such w:s the pros-
ye was it alto ther ri t for th ach. who are about to erect new bases of worship- [Yes; as many as one a week.-ED.] I ful,:,ud liberal-a lichor acturn }line ville, pect of ae omplishrug good, that on Sunday
ault go gh e pre a beautiful, oconomical and worthy of adoption. G. F. Finer I he a th ta Chri-tran unus who may read 0 lightaboro, a 1 I I *== we concluded to continue the nicetina, which
er to say from the pulpit, "I'll bet that half the The Conference at Lexington 1 I .1 Sunshine, Oct. 24, 1867. Main vi any in LE. heart -" (bly Missions have Yemon, and I .. was kept up with great sue or, until the follow-
MACON, GEORGTA, NOTEMBERB,1867 people will not be at church, on this beautiful ful season. The "secession" 0 a 3 I love fried--this multitude is and Louisville Circuits be divided; tivit the ing Hunday, principally at night.
day?" Should the preacher, taking up a collec- eighteen,' (as they call themselves,) two years LETTER FROM THE COUNTRY- That is the evate us avying it Banko and funcord colored Minions be dis- Tbo result was, the addition of 10 whites to
What are the Preachers to DoP tion, insist on any body's taking ,i .. 7 tal ..,, I ] I assn, that would ^uantunacity unions mustba l continued, an d 11:1 the 01 vapee Mission be the church, about the one a number of conver-
r a who had known Mr. Elitor: We do not see ourselves as others ed, will .* 1 = merged mone, many more brought under conviction, and
The year is ending, their labors draw to a chance," as though he were getting ug re ,r = rence in other days. But not so.- see us. ludced we cannot. We people about became. * . The < I ** thilure the church greatly revived And although the
close, the Conferences approach, many will be for a lot in the New Jerusalem ? Perhaps not. 1 The rent has closed up. No bear remains, I Oostanaula are well satialled with ounelves; yet the Chrub has failed to 0 avat a whole eig- of mine = .1 1 . * They regular daily services have been discontinued
moved to new fields of labor-old debts, con- -- --- do not mean to disparage those who left us 1 fear we have our thul ahbough we may not full, by spending a few hundred dollars upon think, that while there is much to dbearame us lor the pre-ent, the work is stall going on in the
traced for subsistence during the year are to be The Illinois Conference, M. E. C. Bouth But even "great men are not always wise.' see them. In many d action there is large one man at a time, when God demands thou-ands in < rr ini.sion work no aug the cared people, heartalofi the people, and we expect soon to re-
th their fami- Dr. 31cFerriu reports from this body to the These brethren blundered-erred in their calcu- room for improvement, god, no doubt, otherpooj and a half were of laborers for such a work ? we should not, in view of the present and future at the earnest soileitation of
paidandtheexpensesof movingwi Nashville Christian Advocate, which met at lations. Perhaps they obeyed the law of lies to be met, and yet there is but little more -- fairy, and thus transferred from us sonic uncon- An observing man from the city might make 1 to whcan l ours affectionately,
money in the country, than there I I 1. is lilinois, Unt. Ifi, Bishop Doggett' gental elements. At any rate, the Conference some valuable suggestions to us, and, if we are = 1 3 1 Jesus War. INTro.
ring the suzouler, Cotton, on whon .,,1 I, I IJo writ, as more homogeneous, united, active, than ever wise, we will be glad to improve them. Now, whether the Church, our Church or any other, They recoranwnd, in the strongest terms, the ---
was rol to set money again into circulation We met Dr. McAnally here, in improved before. The preachers were cheerful-greatly is there Argiveness for your up-countsy corres- has over set itself seriously to work to save the payment I as Edgefield ct, 8 0. Conference.
ying health and in excellent spirits. He is just from I 1 / past success and very hopeful of pondent, if he should presume to oiler a fewob. half Pagan multitudem of our cases ? I do not The 1 Churds lic. &/itor:-I think the friends of the
is selling so low, that all, who are able, wish to East . II . J I ** .* .. ... servations upon the city-with Atlanta Ar a knit ste to allirm that, as a rule, neither our LDerature, congratulate the Church on the mani- church would be glad to hear good news from
hold for higher prices; and those obliged to sell I The only drawback upon my enjoyr.3ent, was text ? Knowing that he is on dangerous ground Fishops, nor Presiding Elders, nor Editors, nor featutions of increased interest on the subject of this old carewt la 1 i . of the year,
feel that they have riothing to spare. What are q ; of fine-looking men-soute young my inability to , I the mountain distriots I I r Confirovens, nor Mission Boards, nor Missions edne:. Ti , L 1, I li ],I .f I seemed rather *, & 11 obureb per-
the preachers to do? What isto I T 1 s ' with workmen. as missionary collections itizen of Athnta; ries thenwalves, nor the Church at Isrge, hate su tu 1. to I r lo., = Largely of the spirit which overspread the
up =- six of whom were ad atted on trial at this with families, and the supply of single men was its smoldering ruins, and very recaully, durole the nobleness and the prarticabliityof the work out l* I 2 I 1* I = .. '" the cross, they seemerannuates, the widows and L a L1 I were too small to justify the appointinentof men soon after the "March to the Sea" I looked upon fully under tood the magnitude. the necessity, Four Is . = lu r. 1 y, and instead of our t
Bishopsthe missionaries-thepreachers? For session, and three re-adnutted. And yet they very hinited, and the demand for them at other a respite from the labors of uswing and reap- to be done by our City Missions. I know that They I == 1. L apan of fear and doubt On Saturday before
two years, now, they have suffered extreme pov- have room-up, earnest demands formanyrnore po2nts controlling. I nient, .1 i .. : T,,aid the New Atlanta a short visit J 1 1 t truth andthefear wouny of c T -i .i 5th Sabbath in Sept., Bro II. Spann and my-
erty with their people, hoping still for a better The fields are inviting, and the cry is: "Soud some young men, able and .- . 3. I Is 4 xuuch of its enterpose and recon- aporney. upon every . self commenoud a meeting at Spana's church,
time. Is this year to end as these last two have us nion-preachers who proclaim the gospel of hardships for Christ's suke, 1* r ** .. ... I ." but "the half had not been told me. The Bishop, at our -- mference, Advocate; and requested the tent holdersto act which ended to the addition of some 27 mem-
Christ in its purity." for service in the Kentucky Conference. The blackened walls that made me so sad in can find no scan too in expe as a committee to procure subscribers. bers and about 45 conversions. IN- -: this
done, without any improvement on the past 31r. Editor, it is no tiation-no sham-but a ri 1 1 1 hand, and took an January, 1805, are to be seen no more, the packs dients, too consecrated in heart, ton abundant or The Committee on Finance was composed en- I was assisted by Bras. : and
Are they yet to be driven, by penury, from the fixed fact, . o . .. ., to the doo , ,, ,i 1 = the session. This of wild dogs, thatremindedone of what traveler unwearied in inbors for this work, and our 11is- tirely of lay members The report represents 1 Tucker, local preachers. The next
fteld ? tries and I * you repre new element drops into its place, without frio. tell about jackals and the ruined cities of the 2 an Boards cannot mature plans too enmprehen- the financial condition of the Durrict, not so I liannony church-11 were
This is a serious question-one for the sent, have a strong he d in Illinois. All that tion or confusion. There is no de placement to East, are gone, andexebpt, an occasional ruin save or IIberal for its support It is not to the encouragin. 3 ** .- I L. We had an interesting
Church to can ider. God has greatly blessed is needed 1 .1 it : God. is the make room for it, and no inconvemence or pres- that may serve for an soonument"-there is purpose to say our meeting at McKendree's chapel-7 whites and
the labors of the ministry this year-can the en, and the sure horn its presence. 11stween the clerical nothing to remind us of war. Really it is won- ural w ve su oak this 1 amid * 1 been n et only to a 6 scored were added to this large and spiritual
country do without their services? Does any pecially (1 douthern orti\n I e ined dms tal igTt was harwouy, co-opera. de ful to I and God will and the men I hat rar of I : 1 1 en v2c ea I to abbath
other equal outlay of money, bring a larger re- support is \Ve adjournedon Tuesday at nose. Afterdin- nose mean exhalanon: t rT < r i ioTo yold way wil officeblamemb@ rs 'byetheryr ,vehoolbies e being our 4th quarterly conference) Edgefeld

in h ddoklkites trts et;m a a as an ' plp set at rio2 ukif t, wb ne ha If this ma g at I were the only re belic e, sierl, that no pospte he ower a his neian sta "Notwithstandinge e hortue Ch news and anarchy would have prevailed. Use best people are with us Many of the fam lies rival, Bru. McAbbets to I gave Atlanta a thorough examination, ol" titudes of ourchics. Grcat 110 d of the Church should willingly enounmize and cheerfully make in and out of too palplc Quite a number have
only law wh ch now binds society together, is the in Illinois are, or were usiginally, from Virginia, Institution Jor "te . . . o servipg it in its most, and best, and average as- tend firth-thrust out the hborera l sacr ices, not . I to pay the been converted and 30ined the Methodist and
moral law. The pe tel lthat there is no gov. tat ky, an T inesseeb ia5 nbao mfr m cahr- pe saing by many things let me mention, in of t here or tl3sijtrth peat ofdhe fs^ I el lah wb th all we have telongetgas, not r" Bapti 0 ( rehea n his is zie 34


5 n ra d which ce tr tel a T ne visited elPe d e an td i bly 0 elu et the eI e e to t In c im c o pte twpte so clai2met Itperhomi c utfoe -1 1 o i
power of the country-and it ought to be sup- illinois, and praelsimed the unsearchable riches into the 01 room and was deep y inte sted theehildren of light Then Chrbt forgive him! . I consisting of 75 since the last of September, and the work
ported The preachers are ru --- I . . . 1 3 ..,re and gra y the pl between the eburches Dr Band Mr. EU tur, I hate not exhausted this sub- one from each station and circuit represented still goes on. bixty colored peopic have been

ey t I to suffer with ties and raime [al I rdg r latede es a at e 1 ut n e he s el Ir on lesban ti nuot repo lust fiom information received, the I added to the e r e
are necessary; and the people must pay them and help us!" Who will go to the rescue ? How ness and accuracy. I never heard a better ex- latory young city there are but two or three tiful becate 2 itaifers the bread of life" to these call the attention of the quarterly conference to Ansonville, 8. 0. Conference.
enough to secure these. They have lived, as I would hka to be young again: May God call amination in any school. Thecy we nt th ugh churchman c at It tp t ble and notleme fou rtualtithou and chuaciaulet1uld ple of Atht" this subject. They say that the need of a Dis. Afr. Editor: It is with d long as possible, on hope. There must be some laborers into the field, for truly the harvest is confusion or . ** little cally headed are tall and spacious stores, iron and granite ci e peris ing m our o God, that I inform the friends of Zion of the
method of division fallen upon, by which the gr as 11tehi rTp sent little town, situa- girl interested me capecially. There was au frouted-owith all the monernimprovementa '- 1 your with faith in the Gospel, a to I I In progress of a blessed work of grace in this com-
Church may bear part of the burdens ted in the heart of a ziah and splendid farming earnestness and concentation of faind andetfort that would Jorts Tava I purpose, at some eligible point on ,n crviceanor tdb s on{ t have
All the cotton must not be kept back. The country. The Presbyterians offered the use of eout her-aniutter abstraction from qushroundt grantly fittet. ' ' O en A n, 1867. * Hailroad-as Whitesvil e weeks 31any ten found peace in believingo
Church must make some sacrifices, or they will their house for the Conference proceedings .. 3 , hole soul th a at $100,000! There issa 1arsh dis- d t a 1 90%0 and many still crowd the altarof prayer, seeking
be guilty of a great and damaging neglect of The Episcopal Methodists had, however, just was engaged with what site was doing. 1 was cord in this. These stroll, inclegant and alto <:0 ve ocate a ra the peace which passeth all understanding."
duty. Let those who, though they now have finished a song little brick church, which was informed that for two years or mose she was the < are dedicated to The Distri .. * 5, too Our Cohege has been an abundant sharer in
little orne money, yet hav- st - --c -it e--_ used for worship till the edowd became too great dulled of the dull-could not learn her letters 2- I ones to Mammon, In was a success. et-meetin ,is stearoo this gracious work. Nearlyalithe students have
lahed homes, respectable= .. I < ... .1 1 . I I t wre d hee rteostin -indeed, seemed hopelessly stupid. Finally, and to all the Olympian and Plutonian crew. . ' ', I 1 the Lord wes mani either been brought into, or are 4 ,: in-
provisions for months ahead, resources that, on a the open air we Iwldv ri rr it was determined to try to teach her a ng At])car At antiansbedaocit ITI t 1 Id tr to art (1 essie, me id Dr. B, h to tl av 2 0 t iT> n r turanife t troductj we d hati b ur heart, to h e
pineh, they can put into market and command : = addre as fron Bishop D I t, if writ on about a vil- he re a w re--cod a nobler never folk I an itin were not all for sou el seen, on la t &Mn I many youthful

I ber k she writer, 1 1 , r m oi t 20 li t su j t ran talian -0 01 le vt almo oar fh tr b 0 caittainfluence altill ab d up b

p a enough 1 1 I I i girl and b ye in the Institution nod there is May I submit a ruestion to the church peo (1m e too thu ands who bare found as nonstants out of a large congregation at 1: an theme. Tlere are
ahead-h united with the eLu cli icemed pe of Atlanta ? faa stock can panv" ean
ut to part with his spi itual I Idren d at sh oa pe oa bl r e On Wednesday, I went over to Shelbyville, 11 r hej d on e at ot) wr a roout @ 1 v etic ear me na own r ti j'ernut me,1betine I eCfoa cet h that e ind'Che troubi so Ithe inC

aC rat a tl k rn sa distant has t Let three into the church.sec*1 .1 der 2 ItoedoSemuce Hill A dent on othe '. f Chnstra j I rc u os j e Louisvil Cirenit, a one els 8 b more, at abstanceAn f hur v rebo
ga, an the right direction, and if in the evening with prayer-took ten with the oughtto bebuilt-the Ast house in tA town ? been pa ter, in Ir t cr d ,, ought next Sunday of duties have prevented me This wa also a in the Divian hand, becomes the means of spir-
hearts are not stirred within them to do anne- li I will result in great goodand family, and y- + 1 .t it lar;e and at Passing from the subject of church architec- to read that bt 1 most excellent meeting-a time of great power. ittial riches, then we can afford tobles-God even
thing, by strenuous effort, by self-denials a largo church, whose minis- tentive cong' 0* "I is been engaged ture in this city, let me inquire whether its pres- and their own I * I There were upwards of thirty conversions, and for this with all its present boor emences.
some sacrifices if need be, then there is less ters will spread Christ and him crucified, in teachzug, upwards of forty years, a ad has ent rehgious theilities and instrumentalities are free put religion in the Church, than the rejoicings of A letter from the Rev. Thos.D.Doeds, Secre- in ere pu6ation Cd wi Indedy ua t am onj a la Fr xtent and the spiritual Le be o*%out j121 t a ibne 1 oest 1 en ac Axesuso.v cr., S. C. Cosr.-The Rev. W.

threnepre a ricewoul dk rk on I at a ftool v nSt.p at la 8 ch chhen Atlanta w bar e)d for the Uniontif dl t l e t uts alsC c 3 00. Alas 1 send all wore v b tpeirh ladoolsdee n A. 110dtge w ites:- I se y for ehe encour-
debt A Conference Missionary Board was organ beldov 1 ., ," aldth 1 active the foot firmly . .1 Bo- J. T. go out into the congregation and brin in sm bs=en weir as on to eircutt in H awakeni

KELP WANTED. ee I d hdd a 1., ry wonmo that Soloman hunted for and /
suTs I eer toouthhet toto be kept back, that eve'7 and Rev.d Dr i 3 in the Court house yar notO ursday morning our old friend, H. A. b cu he uo{p Ilthu ler cr and - , h d el C. Walker, accompanied me to the depot, eight stands the case? Why, ar, if you count every Mr. Editor:-The Savannah Distrzet-meet- for pardon. A good number united with the
he pays for; because the .,r It a is ha ynway miles distant. 11e returned to his charge, and meeting house, big and little, Jewish and Gen- ing was held in connection with the Taylor's W. KNox, P. E. chur4 I --ro I pr or rred n
not yield income enough to meet assexpenses us his appeals going right home to the conscience' I went on to LaGrange, to preach at 11 o clock- tile, Catholic and Protestant, African, 0 Angli- Creek camp-nuotwg, in Liberry County, Ga, Whitesvdle, Oct.24, 1807.
the paper. We do not want any body to pay It is only necessary to say these speeches had The house was well filled-the sermon, as a d them all on the ISth and lOth of October Instead of Ty c
more, but we want subscribers enough to pay their effect, 8804 being rd ed directly by col- brother said, hit right and lett-ordained a local .... .. .. .. 1. 3 .. I two th;>ds ordering the whole I I Revival Meeting 2n Port Valley Ct., 8. Ga. vice I *
leet d subscripti n -"* ** I of the whole population, that is to say 14 000 of the brethren acques conference.
exSehna we have them? May we not hope, that d Bishop's sernoon on Sunday was one of 2 = em, a tinytsa mirul h, co d duty of p d fell as oB hp was r e" Atr. Elitor:-Allow me a place in your col- P s tos Ie od hsh R
an extraordinary effort will be made between unceodinim epowa. e a tonaued on riday was devoted to correspondence. On are ** [ = nation as I unsht tinok necessary for the in ae j che "haecohunteobewh dt otr on this circuit We have had three revivals-
this and Conference to add 1000 to our list? the congregation), were moved and melted to Saturday I preached for the I'. E at his quar- to, .. .. I * I t tere ts of the Chureb. appoi intent on the walk, sale one, and that one some acces ions-backsliders reclanned--the
This will make the paper pay. Will each tents, and some abouted. Rev. J. W. Westeote terly meeting on Broadway. Preached twiceon spoken of Atlanta because this eity is worse In complateg with this resolution, I find it was added to the circuit at the 3d quar crly con- Church generally revived, and we hope for fur-
reach tersy to add fee msw subs bbs ib st a to as rtdooxhoohrtation, act so al bbSath-WealniutbStreet in the mornia tC1h re trQnb o p:
renew? Wi1no ubscribershelp? Tr weretheno dedencons,. odinth e prn n stldtMj ha h set4 beriship ofktimse chu I -- .1 1 fact lotsorn hhasad dynd up b at dt t e it s t pay us better than increase of the .,r ..1 mated with the eburch up to Sunday evening, der of the world was a disappointment I had able in portan I extent and in what the different sutjects which claimed the atten are now powerfully blessed and going on th ir with great success, during which time Bro.
price. Let them consider, that they owe this During the Conference six preachers were ad- read and heard such glorious accounts of its sense do the poor of these cules have the tion of this meeting, I will unbhold from pub way r pe ng These have been ab ut 200 jox held a quarterly codirence at Swsainsboro.
much, because the 88.00 they pay does not meet mitted on trial, and three were readmitted- marvels, that I must have been disquabited for Gospel preached unto them? I make to health much that unght otherwise be profitably whites, and between 300 and 500 colored added 1 H
the cost of their own paper. de e lieers 08stt oit oT 1 o '- ee: so chi ar8a e car if on 83ta narcil:ees a pr to troductory sermon was preached by oc gsC ure a^payerini etil 3 ad el s praise to the great lead of the Ch ch.

paTVill ag ten ol r no a .pr . . I treupernumeraries. 1 1... .. .. .. I I Ite Ak L un chret] ie aarbor wi at s c tin ises tP I McDowerL cr S. C. Cow.-The Rev J.
is needed __ 1 . and of those that are not poor-only well-to-do singing, and psajor by the Rev G. W. Famier cod to the Chure 1 prayer and emet I). Carpenter writes: Our third quarterly meet-
- A CONFERENCE OF COLORED PREACHERR.- downs without number-in fine, a dark labyrinth laboring people-the itwo-thirds that are not the meeting was an entire sueuess The peop e, 'i 1 ] the ing began at Trinity, Sept. 27. We were dis-
Muzzling the Ox. We see it announced by Rev. Thomas I wi, . I und in thie churel a and that cannot get into so faries Idi earl I 1 with it, even I I sons appo n I
The apostle pronounces against muzzling the superistendant, that the Conference of the ?-1 I 1 =1 ** a heat hour.ey the usual commistruns [season' no had been inclubers of the Chart tilfLr en 8, us in power and demonstration of his word.
oz, which treads out the corn. Afteran appeal Church, South, made up of freedmen, -.11 1 ....1 n I == I 1 = * 1 . ,,= , r. .. s. ,_ . = ** pointed, and reports of the condition of the = the abbatroj s The meeting lasted nine days, resulting in about
to the church on the subject of supporting the held in Jackson, Teno., November 20, where it and laundry other famous places-when I pro -but that is all; they are not in God I 1 .I ilybypa tors and others. Five are in a pro perous condition Parents arclak- Efteen conversions and twenty seven accessions.
ministry, had been placed in the hands of the is e ected the Presiding Elders and preachers bounced myself satisfied. I spoke for myself, and they are not going there. As a 3. I ** unrepresented. The next ing more laterest than usual in them, and the TYe have had good meetings at Bracket Town,
compositor, we received a brief note, showing xp but, on consultation, found that I had uttered and a habit, they have not been going there afteincon's season was taken up with discussinR consequence is, that they are well attended, by Capernautu, and Nebo camp meeting was a de-
now engaged in the work, together with those a popular judgment. The ladies and gentlemen these years. It willnoldoto say-"no one pre the reports of comanttees. It is, perhaps, to be both old and young. The colored people have cided success.
r.* may wish to jolu, will attend. Bishop all agreed to retire and seek resting the open air. vents them from going-there are yet some va- re rotted that this last session was in the preach- not been neglected. Bro McGehee preaches to
anne is expected to preside. After all, the place is worth a visit. Take a cant seats." A few more might go and would, ers tent. Reports so important, and discussions them us much as choumstances will admit; and The Ko1ston Conference.
man, with the fear of God and the loveof souls lamp in your hand and a poet a eyein your head, it they were encouraged. But the stabbean, of such interest, ought to have been more pub wherever he cannot attcod himself, the local I * ** 4 1 1 1, Tenn., Oct.
in his heart will keep his stores intact, and let DEATE or REv. JAcasow Rusu.-A note and you will ace what I failed to find mournful and portentous fact remains, that this he. The utmost harmony prevailed, and the preachers take charge for him. 23 = 3 = s = of the time,
thepreachersthemissionaries, thesuperannuates from the Rev. W. J. Cotter informs us that On Tuesday morning we came back to Cave multitude does not go to church, and as things meeting adjourned, to be held next year in Sa- 1 cannot close without saying a word to two, and reports that Bishop Wightman, who presid-
and widows, andotherschurchservan ndin another ea e and success fr c bo'Taohi ere i inell e mores Ir Li h It li d eddhere I not di var a == were 013 ermog ur mqtt I is i e sri a 1 to< 11 I for a

ness, adds: our most laborious, faithful, and useful ministers and I were assigned to Bro McCartney 8, at done a very virtuous thing in eco ding 11 .. I I I 1 .1 s . , i , to house, Wcoas, Greene county, Ala. This attack threw
"Pardon a suggestion: From all that I have basfallen in the work. Brother Jackson Rush whose house we found a pleasant home, to the 1 I I 1 1 ]. I* Eason. The altar- and preading the gospel in its purity. But it him into the hands of the ph sician-a circus.
been able to learn, there is a strong probably. of the Greenville et., N. Ga. Conference, died end of the session. Other scribes have written I I a . nates wm: Edward BirJ. Jan es B Smith, Rcy is enough to say, he has done his duty. stance almost unpiecedented in the Bishop's hfe.

hPs enatr, clittiwa fa no imi IGa. Con on 28th October, at his home, at Whiteaville." s arof the Confe nee-theMvisit s-- I I ar I I 1.= is lia Id Anpdozen and1 .ut one embrace the I. L. AVANT. el j I di re 100 is e .te ohn
conference money, and many of the preachers New Advertisements. closingsoem I I a to them. The Com 1. I I I most unportant measures attended to, in giving The Atlanta District, N. G. Conference. The church, hower-
are likely to fall short in their salaries from one- Tax CAnoLINA FEMALE COLLEGE, an Insti- ference met on the 2d October-adjourned on them out-and these thousands as I I furnish all that Ideer" Mr. Editor:-My last round upon Atlanta I MeTeer preaching the

ab une-half. If this be so, how does it tution of the S. C. Conference, is announced a thebhtin the afternoon Many of t dp bwtistre being damned at ing done for The Corninittee on the State of the Church Di ict, i . 1 Ti 1 1 dicati "Why, on this wise: The farmer planted cot- prepared to receive pupils, with an experienced Next morning, we leftforNashrille and spent them? I hear of a city-mission-1 know that were unable, from the small number of charges ; colored members, have been ence business. At the opening of the session,
ton with a view to realizing 20 cts per lb, but Instructor in charge. See Advertisement. two days pleasantly with the brethren, McFer- a few gon1 man and more good women are at represented, to form a conect idea of the state added to our church within the bounds of this he congratulated the brothsen, of whom there
he can get but about 12 cents. True, he has g ; rin, Summers, and others. Friday morning took work II I hear of a mission of the church as a whole. They rejoice that District this year. Sunday-schools have in-
made an abundant erop-more wheat, corn E. onaston & Co, an old and popular the cars for Chattanooga and Dalton, arrived school, here and there, and for this 1 = J some of the charges are in good condition re creand ; in r
pease, etc., and cotton too, than he expected House in Macon, offers to the public a great va. safely at ] 1, 1 le: : Bro, Palmor, one But the multitudela not reached and church' I heen blessed with gracious pupils. I I = .. pat. condition--the fidelity with which both minis-
when he planted. But he holds back his cot~ riety in their line, Watches, Sewing Machines, of my on I ., * prayerless and Christless this multitude is They deplore in some ten of days gone by-times of power from on ters and people, nish few exceptions, have main-
to fro ot t an b t tri alteatuprea t tSilver and plated ware, Pianos, etc., elo. Give onAtuDdalton, a new chure we be dedicated gr ina ITt eat relna 10 it a for and ini hPand tlble ugs inde a thdr attachment 4 t2 h y 2rae as d

of misseio lesbsupe ununtest dgnosive p ANxwRELIGTOUs ALMANAc-ProlSchem me wTrhhi r Saturday, I pr ached in of a8d th(st it w atwer th arth th eq ekwarines ioncljj lthe a rituallds I naacht ei 81 pnj so considerable eta e ua, e --a htek .. r al el itbletm

money.' is the man to get up each a book as the Prospec. to ....<: b TT. i . Our people there is salvation for it, it la something to be i th thfulnees, realand selfone inhabitants of tb district have been almost Cumberland Presbylerian Church, and the pul-

ch ghave no reasondo comply n again own promise and it all be a valuable contribu- r, from t scanty residue bdo no heepd ,e7t11 a dbr or r d th .= 0 t ed"llisduare ,e ann it i 2tic -- tdol at cabytifr in CIOurrho as calsoco o
when compared with what some other circuits have erected a neat, commodious church. The As is appears to me here 23 Paganism the following solutions, which were unant- ed to be about as good as can be expected under Clevelard suffered the fate of our churches in

e djt I erap you in behalf of these had economised-equeezedthedar purses ill t e Chri an lana.sawthe multitude He was moved u ousiv.dopted :s pators of the flock of Christ, the e rou war cejilothodist brethren (?) have ' ' \annoubeen
would, I verily believe, do good. (QC tSpURhtRtt. dedication, near sic hundred dollars in debt- with co(| pilkflon on them, because they fainted, by the of God and the aid of the Holy worked faithfully and unscrupulously, he have la soon to
.7. pardon the liberty I have taken, This was a burden and a grief They had no and were scattered abroad as sheep Laving no Sphit, give ouuelves more fully to the cul accomph hed little-except to divert the minds be ready for occuponey
and consider my motive a adeient justiiica- zdeagthat the amonot could be raised la a com- shepherd. Then with He unto lies disciples, lisation of Iorseal piety, and the great work of of preachers and peopleatsonse points, too much We learn from another source, through one
tion." LETTER FROM BISKOP PIERCE. must ddepfrea idea b ai 1 etiThey 3pected The harvest trulds lescous, but Tthe laborcra a.pprecle Cluj people, seek a from spec ial educts to sure son a win e rd it, that Ei-h W girlrman's a man

THE PARENT SIN. Mr. Editor:-Coastant employment, on my fnanciiing anxiously for the remainder. But b. Is II =.11 .. .. * .1 ful po due I wrote you to2 la 1 it t 1 epulpit elo=
recent trip to the Kentucky Conferences, pre- after preaching, with very little effortthe whole harvest." ful I I churches upon Alphaletta et, and upon Decatur quence
Unbelief of the facts, truths, doctrines and vented me from giving you a letter. I am sum and something over was raised. I have This text tells no how Christians should feel all st. At Decatur -ed P--r 1 F 1
duties of the Bible, and, by consequence, the bound byprotuise to give you an article now and never seen a community more gratified-they when they old such a multitude-it tells nectings. At th . , DEATU OF REV. NATZIAN 8 ERAMLETT.-
rejection of the Christian religion as the ground then for the Advocate, and can only redeem seemed pleased with me, with themeolved, with how hel t ese scattered and fainting of resolution which were ri , 3 1 .1 church 31ay the good work go on foreze> Early Sunday night, October 27, this good man
of faith and the rule of life on the 6 of while the Conferences are on hand, by a run- e -,r 3. 1. I sheep- winadequate are our resources Sunday school, as der t H. J. Annis. Breathed his last. We found him 10 the morn-
par any ving epistle. is I and 10 p a the remedy-< 1 . and as indispensable to the ing with chill of death gathering upon him, and
and every man who may read or hear its coun- I '1 li. is ,, 1 ., F 1 a- Ireach- r .. "I i. 1, ,i Pl fore the Lord of the harvest Ilict with sin;" considers it "the duty ofpreach- asked him about his prospects 110 replied
sels and commands, is the broad, illimitable sin ed q ,, a 11 in good The subject of City Nisdons Ias never re- ers to organize Sunday-schools in connection St. Matthew's ot., 8. C. Conference. promptly: All is right, Brother Jones; I
that underlies, encirelesandinvolveseveryother time. You have had from another hand an ac- I .. ceived anything like the attention th:t it do. with every chich, whenever practicable;" and AIr. Editor:-We are happy to inform you have been trying to live right, and to be ready
possible and actual sin. Unbelie theoretical count of the dedication; I will neither repeat 1 ..I p 1, serves. I plead with the Church-but tina that the Lord has visited us graciously within for this hour L am going to heaven. When I
nor add. The church is a beautiful structure- tried. perishing thousands plead so loudly and with * =1 : I the bounds of the St. Matthew s circuit. called to see him in the evening, his mind was
or practical, is the prolifle cause of every sin perhaps the finest within our territory. There After a long travel and much work, Ireached such a groanings that cannot he uttered" that 1 Our Sunday-sobool anniversary was beld at shattered, and he was very rectless it
known or possibletomanthe pareatof allerime. is one improvement I should like to see gener- 1 . ,. Ii ni 1 r 3 ;* am almost dumb. I 1 . 1 1 or ---t iner They accommeni, also, Jericho chureb, on Thursday the 10th inst, in gle; but he became calm, and died
ally adopted. It is lighted from the ceiling.- i. I I . --** ** i ne other missionary t weekly when praeder- which many of our Lutherau and Baptist breth- an infant going to sleep. So I learned from his
PROPRIETY OF EPEEcx.-Wonid it not be The light is reflected through glass globes and to 3 .. : =.1 1 -1 = 1= Bishops and Missio a the children, in order to impress the ren and their children united. The congrega- wife, for I did not see him die. Brother Brato-
\ well, that preacher should be particular about is diffusive, soft, genial. There is no glare at two Conferences, dedicated two churches, made and Conventions and Assemblies and 1- = practical benevolence, and that tion was large and attentive; all were edified .. I 1 . = .. d had been al-
their a le, lest th any polot. It is uniform as daylight. Preach- sundry speeches, preached fourteen times, and may give more attention to this field. I I kept up lu winter as well as and delighted, and greatly encouraged in this . .. n, .. 0 1 : 1 the sick and
ty ey give occasion to the adver-, er and hearer can see the smallent print without had time for company, rest and sleep. Thank none more worthy, there is none more necessi. :... : important interest of the oburch. On the fol- dying for several weeks, and had osertaxed his
earied Could not a better form of expression strain to the eye The whole space of the hall God for health, strength, a will to work and a tone, there is none encompassed with greater The Committee on Church Extension resom lowing day, our 4th quarterly meeting com. strength. Sister Bramlett and two others of








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Ithe fami were si at th ame timetwith a barramment, it la highly unp ount that we .110 <}Ij1 hard , never, now.aun ] AROMATIC VEGETABLE SOAP HATS AT LOW PRICES AE or stis at
before his death he was at proaching at Asbury, He tl no illerywhich he capture art di ra 03 J. JOHNSTON & CO > 1 comet .a wma agreerse sweannuad.a or me TEELE WOULD INVITE IllS BRETII-

ha 1 -=>painto\ 3ionto Emunds ea'wnched 11' W.A.TCHES, JEWELEY, cox.oArs a to, w. v. . a
. . . .1 d:sarm unless 11.0 led on ('nhine is c n <<. . * s* - -. -- I
28,1809; n . I I. :, a may be convenient London, Tw. 4 --0, p.j ua ion so cule licensed to a : 2 A 11. Rhoroise, Agent. the Italian queeion by the popular are of Re- Mr n
.. ;. .... t s. Oct 23-hy. man c is co . MIX & KIRTLAND! Situation BVanted as Teacher,
saw of YA YOUNG LADYA GRADUATE OF
NA TIONAL I IIANKSGIVING. PIANO FORTES E THE BEST MAKERS. are 5 OFTHEMA lif lu or st Bo oT.
lt oatsat


s tax arerce o. 3 .. Cotton Avenue,...........Wo. 8.

impresoments for vacox, as. WAREHOUSE
an Carolina Fanale College,
anortsmoo $/o[N9 IfANoD ONE OF COMMISSION MERCHANT. HISINSTA ATS VOPENFOR


enannetrange. BOOTS AND SHOES, runnerianar.anorenchanteersecrsI** ineptonot upsis Competearrangeme taba
eet, a suors above All of whwh we ar* TENDER YOU MY THANKS FOR PAST


EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION.
500 NAMES WANTED.
Friends of Education! Read the following
and respond with nameandpost-oHice.

los n hun ecit disastersk "wy ole a
m t Colup y y ael ivPd adan Some


Nil despe andum "
I prooose a ne n i no a or


I could not invest it satisfactorily if I had it

exep uI n re t, J st @
for the sake of system and certainty, let us form

nE or t a soe a nehe nu Ire
Oxford, have a speech, a grand celebration-
-
becourtere 12nug meml ofe a e I .
prop go and anCa



a Sp t o r 01 Ineso

next The subscriber can pay quarterly, semi
11 his own convenience
111 11 I for the i The
plan wdl develope itself-the a .I be
settled when we organize the Association.
I appeal to the alumni-to the Methodists o
bers-ro the friends

little upgrade just now, tedma tionwill r
me s an un art use

3
h
uAdDrcMyers will report progress through

my 1 ,d dilb t em eledocuo ornot rushitt
line upon line. Be warned, and make haste.
G. F. PIERCE.
Sunshine, 22d July, 1867

We join Bishop Pierce in the pledge abov
d ad would u its g erlal ric latitch











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Annual Conferences ME Church, South
1867-yettobeheldi-












'Po the Members of the 8. O Conference
Mar Brethren: You, who intend coming t
Conference by Railroad, will take the morning
trair Colum ,CS Ct, whichwillnbrtn il
j

Poeaceant mornir e re 6 a Salisbury a
The train from 1. I e, is tri
weekly, Mondays, .1xys; bu
the President at the road will have two extr

inseoneonSaturdayandI,, , ,
onenightfromColumbiatothisplaeo.
The preachers who do not intend coming t
Conference, will please inform n a one

Morganton, K O, Nov. 8-3w

To the MinistersaanOdo Lay Delegates o


senile Mir ters of th South Go la Confer





forence, and local preachers who expect to at
tend the Conference to be ordained, will all pleas
inform us forthwith-

Cr M,

Nov. 1, 1867 C. J. OLives,

SUNDAY-SCHOOL VISITOR.
Tl I uccess that has attended
the In thefavorable eceptio




a pro s. To a ve edse, a well as to prevent


rr moon >> ur- re-sent of use unaea e.eues et an Francisco ) be
e
a The entire Donal I fewji En a wav
In conformity with a recent custom, that may ceratic State ticket is cloted by about three amon ht:CDLES, enl no no ute
now be recarded as atablished on national con- i

ntt p valSatASt, er coorn1res wear a twrayeparent

bl we i ns, latnThur a(etta ai annd livichau werth Knson, October :11--duf a usuvenottak
o ed b ou Lout the ndepu so atiliay can p of the Peace Commi ioners at 3104 cino or, m









In j re ea d, ro ghoen ed q or at I so 1 0
rent, eedaejcan abundant to have been east on th iqueedon a r fil AMERI< 30C
I
no a our hids, but also in ou work- un cannon( -'t - a


arij n titoulti ly sl ihpseupon ourniakes cated only in tbo Northern part of the
oute inves to extend our iron roads so far i
he teeluded places of the Continent, as to guar- no past in the contest. Very few whia
aritae speedy overland intercourse between the in those Distsicts; can equerstly the cal
two oceans 110 has inelined our beart to turn favoring a Convention ere elected by ka
away from the domestic contentions and comino jorities.


w a3n as! du de Domestic Markets

e It[1 ich e ie crNaT SYour 4- - tant commercial treattes wit a foreign nations, 19 40 Southern 9 70 to 14 10 Wheat actin
while we have at the same Gree strengthered at roon's decline Corn, mixed We tern, 1 3
our national ddences, and greatly enlarged our to 1 37} Oute lower. Mess Pol k I
nainual border lower at 20 85. Lard heavy at I. I
1Vhile thus 1 animous and Groceries firm and steady Nayni store
f twartle t tiibute justly dot I ( 55. Rosin 3 50 to 8 no
Coupons St. North Carolina
a w wteall 10 48) Gold 41 Nors rw

may be continued to nou id our people ed, 1 27 Oats lull, 70 to 74; inferior, 65. We Law School in
1

hand, and caused th senh e her us dsett usy dul : -:o
o to o 20 City of ad5bIan 02 el offi d;2te pts light Imu ants air or or
sixth day of (* 1, hundred and Cuser.msTou, Nov. 4-Co.ton active but ir-
regular; quotations unellingsd; Pales of 1,000 --:0.-
the United p .dependence of ba sj unddlings 17 to 17); receipta 1500 }FU! GE GOPLD HAS CO

e II the President -8Avowan, Nov. 4 -Cotton du I; sales 70
Thur.m II S ctry of State Fo ,)31t is a a 1 go as

--------------------- -- eloned firmer; saks 038; rect lpts 811.
LouisviLLE, November 4-Flour quietat ,
/03 0 48 .. 8 25. Bulk Conn 1 00. He s Pork 21 00.
LaId 13. Shoulders 13}; deer sides 17}e Anzu ac 2nhwc
-- St. LouIs, Nov. 4.-mour heavy at 6 37 to sor 1
FOREIGN NEWS. 170s u] oe air olp (5 litoeuldellahl3c r
strusanancesess vesydullat ]So, 1868
Florence, Oa. 20-Garibaldi was victorious Moulos, Nov &-Cotton dull and lower; THE
in a fierce battle near Monte Rotondo, capturing Middlings, 16#; sales 500 bales; receipts pa 0
100 pris*mers There were a great many killed two days, 2,362 bales, r
and woupded on both sides. Garibaldi had four NewOsi EANs, Neverloord --r receipts "

baj rf Oct 27.-Garibaldi's forces from ten li hitn;dquot, Lu IT ? Hand 1:1 110\v E. n. anna D. a., a
to twelve thousand. The Papal forces are con- li). Cuba 31olasses 53; Louisiana 75 to 80 TH IRT Y-F lua f VC
centrated before Rome, with instruction to act Flour quiet; supe fine 810 23, choice 814 to
n be a fen x et'fhe tr" hwhie sail d f nx C
thisaltainoon. Bacon, jobbing ' 1, n <.0.etoo
v
Rome, October EG -The Pope in a letter to sidea 18; clear sides 182. Lard dull and un- a me a 1
Hon .nC .1 .. .r li settled; in doices tif to 14; in keys 13. Cut
*ho too sales 1300 bales; receipts stuce baturelay T

Irshi aT I enh f
se with buy- MARRIED. J. w
and taking
thirty six prisoners A quantity of bombs were
al o captured ATDS OF ADVERT

mi 1 aO a'f f ifhere is <*.4 e ni 0 ameoes 24 tr J T Evansto an sL 8 so, in en v n
within the walia. ' I a


to retire within their housesand closetheir --
shops unon the stand of alarm. One thousand
Garthalclians attacked Viterbo yesterday, firine /
one of ** .* end with heavy

armedandpatrolingthest,.11searestocracy, ..
Turin. Oct. 2G-Great popular demonstra-
tion here favoring Rome for the capital of Italy. anyth a Fais, Oct 27.-TheMoniteursaysthefleet
was hopt back at the request of 1 ictor Eman. J. H ANDEROT
uel, but : 1 ) 1 so no Cabi. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, GR 0 0 ER S, PR 0

iont no, The Mar iteur ad instnibn From oet ano on e.
Enumound halyare interested inmaintaining otourLos so CO illill SSION lil E

-0ctor Emanuel has issued a croelama-
tion -.- 0 -:>-9 3-1 1-olaring that , so street, next to unraeman
the . * the Italian . s to ar, J B unson

has left the Yatican, and sought Mete 0 et? nega,.i wmenoy E HAVE NOW ON
refuge in Castle St. Angelo.
. -The Italian General and troops have passed - - star rece we 0--3and 12 ag
thefrontierandbidGaribaldidisarm .,wsmaniseastropims
Para, O t. 30-It is said the Pope telle the
French ha leaves Ron 0 should Victor Emanuel win s to dr, on winee aon w.aeman a

center The31 ice n an t BANKRUPT 53L


1 2 el1 im dge oa le "ck a clen E ARE NOW FREPARED TO FUR-
fear pool, Oct 20--Noon.-The city is .. .


my to : a r ecofin ator m Iriel n b 0. xi 8 an of an H enderway I.nu-in uw
, tants have caused the authorities to take extra- vs a w. Innuin a co, aracon, on.
o ordin ry precautions The armories of the vol. ,
g ud j 1 *hebeity6areduard- Executor's Sale.
u 1/orcute, 0gt 31.-The Pentifical troops Y AUTHORITY OF AN ORDER
t save all b n widhdr vb]s from 1 a *

- liouse .1he Garibaldianshave taken possession toTo arm is on autumxt, A SELECT SCHOO
t of the railway between Rome and Civita Vee-
a Ic o*xd to u np e .1 II DEAF AND DUMB
, of Rome. bemes Intransosorice. 'win 0 "'er" ro
a Liberta says the Emperor of Austria oneresnesecr e ortatrounbers'
o I conference for consmana or lots non.u :so an ,contain.ng .
Pius absolutely atfuses to beta tiontbjt P sciesnuseone .AK Irominn rum,
lhgland and Russia are reported to have de chned the invitation of France to join the con- moreori Inunitasrucc,
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Gaihynt stration of faith in a crucified Saviour and of feasion of faith I *. . 3 . Joined the

t s tur e mde mneceuknhTo e toot stunworthiness, a Methb 1 em ill summoned to Qntin
oWhat do I know?" After many inquire. C I -, 1 f exhortation to those around, above. On 2d 7- a : , I

es a d, we b women findelthat .1 momente, ville otheft dth won eklty in love, peace and prosperi-
. had bewitobed her. "Pray God, she said, "to build up the good ty, till the iron graspof death toreasunder these


brought in. She w a d:w ar e3 nt6 ig th h le perfect ny 'e d tae lau v hearts T omm
havenyou farni rt acivi the il?" ve afresh as we recall timt a no n ino r a tdieddn Warren co., Ga,

a , a .. dl IIe was amiable, kind and cheerfid; to his

eateshe rentsmhtehwasastentiveandobedient; de teed
as wife gave her a moment's 1 .1 kind
that the devil oes about in my I kens o do and another-her gentleness to humble depen- hhis lite broth eanid sisteTejandyee f
any hurt." dants and charity to the unfortunate and poor' and obedient. He was punctual in reading his
Barah Osborn was committed and Pituba was we shall have good cause to feel that we have Bible, and in prayer, and met death calmly._
brought in. The same questions were asked and not lived in vain. H. Ilis faith in Jesus sustained hire in that dark
the same scene enacted. "Who is it that hurts T . hour, and a pleasant smile lit up his face, as his

hDurs a I II < .' \ soul passed J. W E.

or een Four women sometimes hurt these ,floased wal the care and advice of a ploul 18 T n 27A6 rear I allied 5th An ,
children. Goody Osborn and Sarah Good; Ido , I , n n.. At an ea 1- F or -- 14- 1
not know who the mother were She then can conduct 1 .. h tracter interest in 2 .. 3 1 =1
loved she basi E Minented due childrceand .node to eviv an .fur re South, of wheeh she ever after remainedataith
8ane trange revent as Ihe sky.1, she ans.1, moveni to 0 orgi le in n an (' ful member, up to the day of her death. For

ti car I wi 1 ack cl< li no an a ddon kha but on, I e <1 the did ee 1 98 ,,

pl ed, church a long as has inal I rn..rod Ior Christ; but with cheerful submission, she pa-
behmal u.e in you en through the area or months pu vious to tr, or .r secldent, a tiently waited till I cr change come. The uses-
over il'""' k.ck m the chest frrn h ended hs senger came suddenly. In the morning, she
resently Thu wanin * 'I late, he had sullered untsa sons dece a wasas well as usual; but two hours had not
s. and r).< 8 Iructor of the "atheted child which had undenal a | earth on more than past before her body was a lifeless
sen su ther belsh nets John Indian, st destrable ills non..I end .ee .d tech in the corpse, and her spirit had returned to God who,
other servant I cared as an accuser na late prom cs of the Jhtle r or .nd bright gave it. To her relativeeand friends, we would
pr edior er a his end appr..ached Wh .r a sound say, "Weep not as those who have no hope "

ens der fu la nd nddnn51 18 EuzAnn I 5musSdie

w a scene fe he ) c it I r scina n b aLau e 0,< I tr 1, b co yeaSrs, 10 months and 16 days
0 nal quest on cro put to her She dented wh ch doubtles robbed n of (1 ur C aboute .t-a-r "


W st d ral epubr@mark I r b 0.0 ro Taopm ch IPNe or rci uinna yle e P

idi le d 1 n /ab. < 1, 1 I n talityb d kia news t lethodist p acheni
on hurt the I.un .ca mnocent per on cen close care, nJ duly r you lu r web o ertem prior to her death, in reference to the
cr w to n I at : 9 we ... n future weaore***dinevivil a rine, on ] in hav



r .au e to el till they rouch the I schulend. \a Adv ph p wer in the affirmative, testifying that all,
ar:< at every and tothe and 11 11 ree PqRUDENCE PERSONSydled in EUS

ildren con I jrry re I fe he ch r
she was r . a but astan pe ioor 0 i amn is

<.1 In d ng I * = presence always : r f Iness

caveJ. << ul I in n n.ufa tr ne sa y extent burried unic r an r 1 n, n A bleb-se reconi of I aty s.rad virtue went for ever' to the day of her last sickness, she was in her
ad an in.rin ation th er rbe court and fanal bousehold the servant of servants. "Favor is
s were activ.; under a delu lon or men. knee deceitful, and beauty isvain; but woman that
was cl . feareth the Lord she shall be praised."

retained shoc who as he al '0. H. D.
n need in rk 1 re <.1 f be c. Isrt the witness the cl.nrch, ab 1.1 over in 0 buy Tribute of Respect.
na >-t hou l:s le1. Dir e , I I I .,4,.-:. ,
9 unhenever an
can perens ens to a won..ierful Jear = Enwin Srounmas, M. W. M, by the daily
vil insulted and rou..d b J. un our practice of unobtrusive virtues 1 1
In n!. 10 rier nosti new of flee colony how he 1.ar Ins hearts of his brethren and the 1 = *


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/ny1/( tour r wn Thearols <1.0, yesJ can.Ivi.e 1. ti 9and see ,to etwebbo
i th. pnon I I 0 lar{ ak il j\% in r aml its sSn la n .Wwhodiedafew

eleith, are 6 and War 4 uo days after his brother, by his virtuous tith, had
art adyoun .1, stro ls me to re ew he acquired many friends and left no enemies. His
The pro a won Jull of p rsonsuren d 11
",in re le arts co .rn ter o blah n I and 11 1 was wallesolved, Thattherecenedeath ofourvalued
T e Und a ovael I 0 bear do 0 .n. El in h 4 I.ur 6 1 8 ther Lewig Stoudemire, for many years an

b as is r it ,and d ed for th r . . .
ance hol beconcovereon am.t, a 1. I n 1 laugh '

/ui v it. 11 yl" used b we deplore his death.
por rly lady to k r nu e..n and the Resolutions of condolence to both the fanti
n w Li a 1. be or (1 el .rd lies of these brethren, were passed

three d sale re an na learnr r v al or ul w.A..launON, w v
people resolved that the ci ceed ng should JAUDON, ORAVEN & CO,
stop This arern chin an, n
year. who wouid not pk:sd, a as kmI lu Manuracturersotand mannon

knoFwl3dgectl aer [ar of r our( a ry la and prayed beye MEN'B, YOUTHS' AND 8018' OLOTHING,
i son twelbbis appr d to halady nd by [ be varnishms soon, Tsunks, vases, Tentenna ings, rm

none the low shock: was de
of la orta coat per my aji J. us aroughton street,
bc yr ode
audian.]e.nvice:onsinthra IInttherewere wa< hr eso}, ukin e DR. T. TV. MAbill.
no more executtons The syll was bloken in awoke and said to a <<.0 in, In sk led
blay, there was a gacial }as! Jobvery of all the Why don t overy in dy kok Thee were her DESPECTFULLY TENDEI -
xcused and condisonal past words. Doubtless the an e's h..
CHEERFULNESSATROME. her it t onlius .
r = ace, cheerful Mas. SARAH EvANs, (relict of Martin
= ee. Many a Evans) d. 1

prayerorvirtue at home, but sim yawantuof Gajo[nnorethan38 yearsshewasaconsistent , A . . -
horne lackesunshine. A child needs smiles as member of the Methodist Church, <
bne dt per enaborbim t.Chibi opke se r loommandanentsh edtiordi 10 she the f 0 S L
they are opt to seek it if it displeases, they taken sick, she closed her Bible, (after having
are prone to avoid it. If home is the place read it through) and remarked, unsy work is
where faces are sour, and wordsharabandfault- finished." She was sick only a few days; at
finding is ever in the ascendant, they willapend first she suffered much, but all the time was pa- JSI O EL EE 1
as many hours as possible elsewhere. Let every tient, resigned, and happy. As she drew
fathealayd another, tihen try to, ce ptph it eLi es it if ... ae) e d da n DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS FROM AUGUSTA!


1 "4 3 such a way as frequently. While just on the verge of time,
:- . El is for the netry her e HE GREAT ATLANTIC SEABOARD

smile or a pleasant word will serve a better pur- she remarked, "death is not what I had always we .. -
pose, and be more agreeable to both parties, thought it was"-repeating the lines- . . ..
"Jeannesumakenayingued, oe
BUNDAY UNDER THE 8KAWL. She said, "I feel that the Bible is true, and

Sa rdwoman fordsot a senid home some worjt n that Hear n audi li or ars reality ab 0 A NEW AND FAST SCHEDULE
girl who lived with her, to put on her thingeand it would be, "She hath done what she could
take the bundle under her shawl to the lady's .


she so un e a shawl, n ) I nil ki a
Yes, it is Sunday in the back yard as well as She was born in Seriven co, Ga, and removed
-n ( to Decatur co., where she lived until last winter, express senants as as n a an and colume""

t I ** BSineehwhich time she had resided is Flon .-- comn Nowrn
try and let all their behaviour be in tune, and not 8 st) fr ,-- to --.-- -- li 1: e i -, a ) <2 1.:.:......:..
out of tune, with the sweet quiet of the Lord's , , .. , .
day. She had labored for a long time under severe ,, *
alliction whi 1 reba lawitheemarkablefoerd . .

ggq which
her dea\/ she requested her pastor to admin come soilTil ". w sor

Mas. CAnoLINE E WAIxsa, wife of Ed- the Lord'p Suppyr, which he did. For a 1 - .

wt olM'alker aud rd dau hterSoefdhe .3 ,, osy st
in her 48th year aged companion and weep ng children, a

of chbta 1 i trl lifeb em 1.1 anomason r n ,cente, ,
the lot of suffering humanity. One who stood I c .. to 1 ] 1
at her bedside and marked, day by day and all 1 II
night long, for many weary days and nights,
how she bore her agonycould but see and thor. in*,. if n. *
.11 r 1.1 = I strength not bora : 2 -
n I ach sublime endu- < Ll, i . 3 1 ,
rance Though she had been a member of the ,
church of Christ for a number of years, she did I
not rest her hopes upon that foundation alone 1 -' ' 1, I ,
As her feeb slowly, but inevitably-as sha felt a 1 . I 0 I 1 1 .= ,
longbeforethe loving hearts which were almost 1. i.-- -s 5 I 0 = = .,,, ,
breaking for her sake-advanced into the shad- g * -v*l. I == s li 1. 5 == 1. I.*** 0 ,, ,
ow of the "dark valley,'' a wrestling for perfect tr. .,:1.. st - . ' ' *'
assurance with God began, which as a demon. ( .an, 2.-.,,- .. I s. I as .. a .- li -* / r


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humble calling among the Indians, he was
eight years later, accused of witchoraft, arrested'
brou b backatoSalem 1 r

the next preacher. The elements of strife still
rmlinedandatdl e mo o e

upon his midstry in April, 1689. The flames
of discord had now become smouldering embers.
If Mr. Parris had b like either of his
predecessors all migTonhaavTheen well. He was,
however, avaricious and given to intrigue. He
attempted to obtain title deeds in hisiown I ht

a proce
arI T .1. .1, the wti heraft elseiteme

those who had been eminent in frustrating his
purposes,
In the winter of 1091-2, a circleofyoung
girls met frequently at Mr. Parria's house, on-

re 3e tooce 1 wa itTI\n ut dtlit
various arts of necrornancy, magic and ventrilo-
quisminwhichtheyhadiustructionformtwone.


ch dain a One these
girls was a daughter ut Mr. Parris, nine yearsof
Another was Ann I .

eleven to'fl ages fthe ot 1 I -
and under benches, thre:v themselveson the floor,
went into spasms, and uttered strange outcries,
The proceedings were probably commenced in

ttabjr t he clin fadTtse he-
and give exhiktous of their new accomplish-

niients. Fra n lay to day the all@

d an evil I and." The n nit as

edeh bdo edret so@ j na
the girls probably learned how witches in Eng
landlxy oeh 4 wit ITrere nowT aorn

Sare = actehed outcast, and Pitu
ba, I ** servants. Whether they
named these persons under instructions cannot
be ascertained. Tne time = . for
striking at higher game. as 1 .. ..ates
acquired into the matter, and held a pubhe ex-
amination of the two persons accused. In all
these trials the guiltof the accused was assumed,
and these simple people were plied with such
question as these by the magistrates: "Sarah
Good, why do you hurt these children?" "I
do not hurt them; I scorn it." Who do you
employ, then, to do it?" "I employ no one."
The children then go sato convulatone. "Sarah


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