Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
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Publication Date: November 15, 1867
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THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PUBLISHED BY J. W. BVRKE & CO., FOR THE M. E. CHURCH, SOUTH. E.E. MYERS, D.D., EDITOR


Vol. XXX.-No. 46. Macon, Ga., Frida November 15, 18 67. Whole Number, 1633

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meats, and to prevent, in a large degree, the on from the twelfthrerseto the close of the fifth these die. If there were not a time after death LIVE, are all deserved, and are infinitely less than have for? What had sencherat early bou e
OR [ R $RS, g ee tr tofevi and, hence, with the im chapterof Romans to showthatas temporal and Th nG ),d h twill r ord been mer b e 11 ad ercentre to u amb mor sahe hronepof God ? t w forS her

external decency and II come of his justice ? Admit that thereis such bosom!-Faithful Promises nel, air my mother is so anxious for my convey
also true, that this del ., I ** t ..... . g 1. I .1 1 ..I i . a time coming, and His ways are justified to ston, how anxious ought I to be for it myself
The Rev. T. B. Walsh. heart, though checked by the restraints of de For since by man came death, by man came men. Deny it and you east a stigma upon the * The Pooket-Book, and its Use in the 1 It struck him to the hears. He went away bh
I have just heard of the death of this vener- cency, refinement and good taste, and turned also the resurrection of the dead. For as in name of Jehovah. Abraham, in his reply to closet. himself and began on that day to pray, wit
able man. I know nothing of his last hours; thus from its acenatomed channel, still finds Adam all die, even so in Christ shallallbe made Dives, who cried to him, being in torment, em- , _. Perhaps the reader has not been in the habit meaning in his prayers.
t his wchhole life, since them hourb rtfirateskt e an oa a 2 rantoore dangerodus to the1soul ? aliTe.*, 1.1 near ] F. i .i. diedither InNdonime, r v n2em r los x e to, oaman irre, of ran asr3 edt a dinatectou30 d An Apostate Minister.

unmistakably, that he is gone to the home of sunles the form of an angel of ligh : things, and likewise Lazarus evil things; but a most helpful and precious means of grace.- A minister in whom the late Rev. Andrew
the good. I love to dwell onhts memory. His more to be dreaded, when it is so 0 .Ill a now he is comforted and thou art tormented" And yet it is so. God has been graciously Fuller bad onee placed entire confidence, and
name, in Marson, "is asomementpoured forth." e.- g . 1 I Why will not this argument hold as good in pleased to link us to himself by the happy tie with whom he had for alongseriesof years been
Here he taught school thirteen yoars, and his ,, , I , g , ,, 3 upon Scrip- she was the firstto sin, and then upon Adam. reference to the inferior animals as it does In Reachlug the Mark of our universal and continual need, by which very intimate, fell into an awful public sin, and
ture, and conArmed by experieuee. that the min- But were these two the only sinners ? What reference to man? God made them both. You Rev. D. King (of London, late of Glasgow,) we are constantly constrained to come to threw a blasting mtidew over religion through-
* ' " " ister of the gospel finds it more dimeult to reach did God say to the serpent for beguiling the li doubtless hold man re- .. ,i = the world a small work on I 09 An* ++ Fro th- ..in, "d out an extensive community. In the very midst
tains a place among the first images that memo- that class of persons in the worldthenanyother woman ? He said: Because thou hast done I I = beasts. Granted; but 1 It is an admirable little tr of the intense excitement created by the sad
ry awakes from the buried past. He was mynid who keep up an appearance of virtue, while in- this, thou art cursed above all cattle, and above .. .. I dead beast, or what volume. We make the following extract: event, came the season for a public meeting of
school-teacher:-what recollectsons meet and 1,i every beast of the field; upon thy belly shalt II .1 a I the evils endured "At a time when forts were made to elevate i And be has also li ke us to each her ministers, annually held no connection with the
mingle in the scenes in whxch be bore so con- ined to think, that the gospel I . 1 1. .1 i. .1 eat all the days of and the realtreatment anifered, and that too, the standard of Christian beneficence in Glas- by the most sweet and happy tie of our mutual church. Some of the neighboring clergymen
spiouous a part! Even now, I seem to see him of the present day, is the same that it was in gI L .. for the present pur- from no felt of his own ? Confining the sub I pendence, a bond that is most blessed where proposed the omission of the service on necount
seated in the "old Acadamy" on that ancient the time of the Reformers, in the time of the pose whether the word nuchash" means ser- ject to a question of justice, I contend the beasts .. s. as a . to recoguised and acted on in the power of a of the state of the public mind, but to this ar-
"throne;" and there we are all seated on the Fathers of the Church, in the timeof the Apos- pent, or whether it means "ope." as Dr. Adam .1 . r . .. . . ,, .r .- ., ae Chriat-like spirit. He bestows an over arrangement Mr. Fuller very decidedly objected.
raght and Icft, as orderly a set of pupnis as ever ties, and of Jesus Christ; that it admits of no Clarke contends. In either case, it was an J s r .Iness of temporal good on one, that this one The usual session was held, and Mr. Fuller ap-
graced the halls of erudition; for our venerable r 1 to suit the "intellectual and mor- animal, and an animal inferior to man. From * that they be rich in good works, ready to distri- may have the joy and honor of supplying anoth- pointed to preach. A vast crowd assembled, ex.
teacher invested himself in all the authority of a . I any age, especially one of refine- the nature of the curses pronounced upon three -l 1. I 3 *- 3 ., it 1 = .. I bute, wdling to communicate; laying up in er's lack; and this, in order that each may be pecting of course, some allusion to his former
his profession; and with a beautiful mixture of mentand civilization. of the four parties eneaged in this first trans store for themselves a good foundation against drawn more lovingly to each, and all more thank- friend; nor were they disappointed. The ser-
mildness and severity brought every thing to It is by foolishness of preaching, that it has gression, we may safely deduce that natural evil dead. Believe, also, that the inferior animals the time to come: -Next day I was called on fully and trustingly to him. Of course, the man was on the sins of professors of religion-
bend to his control. How bland 1 1 I < God to save the lost: not by foolish is also a result of sin. willberaisedup In thatdaywhat a fearful array by an elderly woman in plain attireand of hum- world is completely out of harmony with God's their frequency, causes and awful results His
all bexpression, enchantiT was I da ened I pleautune, but by that which is foreign to the That some philosophical divines should deny of accusing witnesses will there be against this ble aspect. She had an expression of imperfect holy mind on this, as on all other matters; but feelings throughout were very tender, and many
ation; uhow row intd depraved natures of men, especially refined and that natural death is the consequence of six, in ornel generation. J. H. R health, and the natural inference was, though his children, who have been renewed in order of bia hearers, both clergy and lairy, were, due
tr edwe so re were struck with awe, an cultivated intellects, and therefore strange, un- not wonderful when we consider bow many well. Chunnenuggee, Ala, Oct. 6, 1867 there was nothing of the beggar in her looks, that they may again be made after his image, .1 iy in tears. He, however,
in our approach ea. reasonable and foolish meaning men-men, too, of some scientific pro. that she was come to ask counsel, orotherwisebe should seek the largest measure of sympathy within bounds till he op-
His sense of the Divine majesty and his rev. Divest it tensions-have been greatly exercised at what befriended in borne case of diHiculty. She re- with their heavenly Father a mind. And has proached the close of his sermon. Then ad-
erences erl a rasil so great, tdh n would nod enable to th = 3 I .. ... 11 I 1 they called the "revelations of science." Not g(fffgg gy) (1 I called to me, what I did not at the first moment he not given the witness of his Spirit to our at dressing the unconverted part of his audience,

11 do I b ing w this d "gs, an "Greek," so that it no longer confounds his many years ago geologist a could demonstrate (in remember, that she was a communicant in my tendance on this ordinance, as well as on any he hemaybe them not in become hardened in
d severe etmrert he ogave JayMac6 fus eason showing itself tos aC i usand doe ( 2 s e re Qny -- -- n g at e j was noheve siprompbt in an- a eroTrdilYbo is there that has eon liaiSthfill .. .. I se ch eb salvatwn

say PD., wb en," at the conclusion I ea sap ebeh of the most wonderful creatures in the animal be in Genesis, and that therefore the account THE STORY OF FAITH inquire delicately how abe was situated. She tasted the sweet . IF approval, which vessel of the Lord," had sized, "I need not,"
o oud wh occasioth exc t abl'" world, which, when it loses its sting, dies." therein given was incorrect Now, howeverthe from sood words told me that she had been long in service, but CH = II be added, with great tenderness of spirit, "make
rmueurbeorarts, an om we gh ineap llishop Bascom takes higher ground even more enlightened geologist proclaims that every Some time ago I stood by the bedside of a was not in service now; that her health had =1 a more distinct reference; but O, remember
o His whole Ik 4 out of school than this. He says: well ascertained and demonstrable scientific sick laborer who had a wife and four children. .. . I r. I that if I, and these my brethren in the ministry,
in an all the "Pulpit fidelity belongs to every situation; truth discovered but adds to 11 .1. r tes. He had been sick ibr three weeks, and thesiek- In 2 if 3 I 1 = and every other professing Christian in the
ye h was located "o all b he s" all conditions. Whether in the palaces of the timony in support of the .*1 1.s f the ness had exhausted all his means. Noticing and living on her savings. 'But that,' abe said, the throne of grace, let us not forget to thank world, were to make shipwreck of faith and

a le, that when he felt his call back into the great, or the hovels of the poor, amid the Fa- comical account given by Moses. Zoology that he was weeping while we sang a precious 'brings me to the business I have on hand, him also for this ordinance of Christian steward- character, and to fall into crime like poor -,
t ran and reached to us his farewell ser- vouian breezes of ,summer, or the temposts of teaches that some animals are herbivorous and song of Zion, I asked him why he wept? Was Under the descriptions you gave yesterday of ship, with all its conneted mercies. And let religion would still be the same grand splem
hee whole audi Ised with winter, ministers must take their stand. That graminivorous, as the ox and the horse, and he troubled with the 1 n the obligation resting on me to extend the Goa- is .1 1 sh-goer be aware that of truth and morality, and you would be eter.
man, t ence was convu minister who does not fear the world, will make that others are carnivorous, as the wolf, bear his wife and children ? l' **- pol, and make the salvation of Christ known to ag 3 la bring on his soul a nally lost if you reject it. The Lord Jesus
weepini I sa to me his memo is most the world fear him. Let the faithful minister and lion. Naturalists argue from the construc- fastly, almost reproachfully, and answered: poor perishing sinners, my heart smote me be.. guilt as dark as broken Sabbaths, or the house Christ is the standard of character, and not
ga y ch Iry pm say to Adam in his transgressions, 'Where art tion of the teeth of these last, that they are "Does not Jesus stay with them ? Has not cause I had hoarded up gaine for myself, and of God forashen. To our own day, when so poor sinners like us."
eious. Upon such a aracter ove to me :- thou?' To Cain, the fratrielde, 'Where is Abel necessarilyearnivorous, and were so in the Gar- the Lord said that he is a Father of the father- done nothing for the heathen. Sad things may many innovations are being introduced, exciting
tate. Wherever I turn to view him-in the thy brother ?'-to Davad, the royal voluptuary, den of Eden. This objection is more fanciful '-.- 1 T V the widow? No; they are have come through my negleet, and be lying at fear in some and hope in others, it is matter for It Ne Dries U
pulpit, schoolroom, around the fireside, or in 'Thou art the man!'-to Jonah, the fretful pro- than real In the first place, they might have 1 oave prayed the Lord that he my door; and now 1 have brought a small sum rejoicing that Christ's claims upon the pocket ver p.
the Conference among his brethren, I ean be- phet, 'Dost thou well to be angry ?'-to Peter, ] vir r i .i I ( in .11 1 .1 , 1 Is it not so, wife ? for the objects you mentioned.' She then hand- book are being more and mor, remonived I was staying at a village on the Welsh coast,
hold nothing but the personsfacation of Truths the temporizer, 'Get thee behind me, satan.'- , ,, I u are not afraid 7 you ed me five pounds. Would that it --- r q ( wbere the people had to bring all their water
Integrity, Uprightuess, blended with the most to the devil, the common enemy of our kind, a ght have rendered a change in the construe- believe in Jesus? I immediately evinced pain and impatience in ined, as one of the elementary teachings of the from a well. Not a single house had a pump.
perfect Courtesy and Christian Politeness. 'The Lord rebuke thee'-and to the God-reject- ti n of their bodies nod teeth necessary. (May a Surely," she replied, I believe in Jesus, having such an ofering presented to me. *My holy Word, that the forgiven soul has been re- At all hours of the day, but chiefly before break-
The early veneration sustilled into my mind ting thousands, that attend his ministry, 'Ye it not have produced it?) Before sin entered and rejoice that you go to Jesus. I shall Allow appeal,' I said, 'was to the rich, and none of deemed with all its belongings for the serviceof fast and before tea-onue, little feet and great,
for this venerable servant of God never forsook serpents, ye generation of vipers, how can ye into the world the earth did not produce you with the children in his own time. Jesus them had as yet responded; and here she was God. But, alas, how far are many of us he often unhod, but very a cure, aght be seen
me; and when in after years we were associated escape the damnation of hell?' He should break a thorns and thistles;" nor were there any evil will help me to train up the children through his tendering a large .count of money which she hind, I shall not say the ancient Christians, but passing along a narrow sane, with every kind of
together in a different capacity to that of teach in upon their lethargy, in the accents of the passions, such as envy, malice, revenge. Sin Holy Spirit." had most commendably stored up by frugality behind even the world around us! The heathen pitcher, kettle, and can, to a fresh-water well.
er and pupil, I could by no means approach him tempest. His warning voice should pierce their reduced pain, disease and death. Why did you weep, then ?'' I asked to make some provisionforinfirmity and old age.' still, hke their ancestors in Bible times, "lavish Not a very trust-worthy friend, after all, was
with the familiarity that I did others, who were ears, like the birth of the mountain wind-the Before that time, the earth produced every_ For joy; for I thought if . = no *The arrow,' I said, I i 1 I > .- gold out of the bag," and that too, on a seal, this
he co-laborers. In the year, 1864 and '65,- near echo of an earthquake. He should come ., beautiful here, O how beautiful .1 = I hen missed my mark.' I ( or which might make dry ?" inquired.
those eventful years! when the fair fabrse of a down upon them, wit =1 .1., .r P .,,, ,, the angels help in it? I wept for joy that this was for me, and it has pierced me, and I came blush. And not to q ,, "Dry ? Yes ma'am; very often in hot
"Nation born in a day," was laid in the dust- pending terror, and . .=1 -1 1- = ,, ,, blessedness is so near." with a wounded can oience because of my neg- vices, let us look to men of taste in the indul weather."
those years of gloom and despondency, of the penitent, the weary and heavy laden, the . , , ,, Then he motioned to his wife. She under leet. I have been rich enough t i c ] =1, gence of their taste, and men of science in the < 3 =1 ] a 1 a for water?"
crushed hopes anddisapposnted expectations, he minister of God should be like the bow of ten- knowledge of good and evil,'' anc 4 1^ rent to the shelf, and brought down I have not doneand there's my pursuit of science. The Christian, too, ought .. out of town."
was with us on the District Like the vener .7 1. . L amid the tears of in which her husband kept his I took such sums,' I said, Line swim. money. There were six groseben (about seven I should bring scandal on charitable subscrip- suit. What this taste, what this pursuit should "Why, tl . .i : well higher up
He says again: "Such an exhibition of the q , ., a ,, 3 ,, ,,, pence) in it, all that renwin d of his store ll* tions-they would be denounced as extortion be, the Bible leaves us little room to doubt; -the best -
tioe rom tl e fiery deluge. A lo of lory truth, and plain I .. .. II .. I I1. I , , , , took them out with tron ding fingers, and laid Therefore you must reduce the amount to a few and if the heart were wholly given up to it then "But if the well higher up fails ?"
seemed to surround his pure brow, as he ifted character, and I are them in my hand and said: shillings.' lierfacethenflushed withemotionand he would not scrople to use the pocket-book, and "Why, ma'am, that well never dries up-

hisdaloule irmlyl dTs hua snetGI oabe k pulpi and this is what we want. Rejecting neil km Ti.. 1 I she said fervently, '1 have considered the case; "spare not" in gratifying his heavenly passion never. It is always the annie, summer and win.
n land, a' bpmelaimed in all th d , oyola nd a b aid b n ledh bbuve i n turned to his wife, who nodded asset, and ra{otsurent et d urnoy 1 is rTenzy uty, forB r sclose.let us not forget the case of I went to see this precious well "which news
is war reigneth; re the so seless duplicity of the other, together earth, and ever tree in whichis the fruit of the said: 7 tempter, I will rests the templation by laying the poor disciple wito has not been trusted with er dries up It was a clear, sparkling riv-
we not fear though the earth be removed and with the pestilent appliances of the mere dent- t id d on it shalt be for meat. We have talked it all over already. When down ten pounds.' So assailed and baffled, I a pocket book. Beloved brother, that incom utet, coming down from the high hails, not with
the mountain carried into the nodat ofCtin' agogne of the altar-the minister should always edpteo engry bea o the earth, and to every everything has been reckoned for the funeral, said I would surrender to her wishes on one parable story of the widow and her two mites torrent leap and roar, but with the steady flow

aence held in this lace lastmD c mber. Our consider himself a pupil only in the school of fowl of the air, and to everything that creepeth these six groschen remain stipulation, that she would promise me never to was told for your encouragement. Do not let and soft murmur of fullness and freedom. It
P Christ." 0 on the earth, wherein there is life, I have "And what remain for you? be in dillieulties without maktug them known your heart be troubled about the poverty that flowed down to the highway side. It wee with-
Interview was brief : he espied me once as I It is true, he reminds us that, "Faithful mio- er ven ever reen herb for n eat, and it was so "The Lord Jesus,'' abe replied, to me. bas conse to you in an honest way. It helps to in reach of every child's httle pitcher. It was
wa seated i he (30 ferrenc room; came and sisters will be opposed, but the opposition willbe d God : i I 1 ( And what do you leave for your wife and saying it a : . I .. make you all the more hke your blessed Lord; enough for every empty vessel. The small
powerless. It is now as heretofore. Many will behold it r J ,, children?" erosity n =1 I I l' I *I .1 and as 1 birds came down thither to drink. The ewes
demand that the minister build withuntempered that God gave only vegetables for man to eat, "The Lord Jesus," he said; and whispered in she did i* ** I I = p .. 2 why it : and the fambs had trodden down a little path to
tl mortar-that he heal the hurt of the daughter and eve reen herb to beasts. All creatures my ear, "He is very goodand very rich of her-elf But as I persided in declaring that gitc, my e. ,, I o .. Its orink. The thirsty beast of burden, along
coce. I watched his retreating form wiaf- of God's people slightly. They will call for a were obred eat to God before the fall, and there- So I took the six gro chen and laid them in I could accept the benetaction on no other terms, always is, a self denial. His often costs him the dusty road, knew the way (as I could see by
heart swelling with veneration, respect an ii 2 .1 .. .- =Le pulpit; fore ate nothi t what God allowed them. the mission box as a gro<6 treasure, and it has she floally acquiescoJ. nothing, but - 2+ -1- costs you much their tracks) to the well that "never dries up."
feed 2, for one of the most p f to aread s it 1. tueretri- There is intimate connection, and 1 n away. But Week succeeded week, and I had no other And though; I is small, offer it It reminded nie of the waters of life and sal-
song or visit in relation to the same subject. After up with much love, and its outward meanness vation flowing from the "Rock of Ages," and
.. . .ra glow of a boundless sentimentalism. And in too many instances it more points of resemblance in the condition of , , 3 about three weeks had elapsed, the retired ser shall not make it any the less preelous, for it is t *I of all men by the gos-

a as b gri yh d nhitat tn sbe fenired, he claim will hedieldeddbud man an a than maribea id Ih silto admi Ti is a Ire d st dineeble t ntudbt of be sud as ajee ju 11m tinou euloofeaand not e gold, that is to God no ri very other brook may
and spirit. In th . _. I his ence, of = of the tithe multiply thy sorrow and conception; in sorrow in the church nor at the grave. But the young what the serman had failed to do, seemed to be cannot serve God by

ingi ur er God la is Word had pla ur paym8 : I strons of their the lthba e i reshi filed refue ee on rowa le bi e 0 ,i I 1 1 1 .. 11 abunbdan you cata r der q al r icebby yiodra 4 **
it; from t at heigh heaney loweretdhn Ino = e to be summoned to o the femat tof thee luman spe bru elow at his father's grave and the child made au- w thou' I ' ' J of trying penury. You have it quite as much thirst, to the heavenly well "which never dries
ble final audit, the last great reckoning, with awer concatenation of providential influences, I may in your power as any one has, to make the best up.
er! farewell hou faiFharel dellbm boe ved teachd i i soof brino lita iterihoo rupon I is soulo no tikt fee t'orl at tu' hi . ta e w .. ,{ ttttal aboth worlds, anid that ior owCteha BEGINNING THE WORLD.

("", 1: t"o' 'wo- .. :"i';o us, and nof li et and was w rsh aquy hundreds of ,, 1 reer in tru b Hi" a 1 pan hPp pha a a
U. M. c. It may would like to grow up that another might live responsi his children a start in the world,


In *Phen e or or t id mt e rapid ue ions we 1, a ana ed6 deome is a er as bil q stilouc se N t n," sMrepli S "say to the Lord m id you e u e a[ a etlha ili tanh toa m co inua 10 hat we ma c ere Tided rsle n r arms of r w 0
diffusion of knowledge and the growth of civil- and his danger, with the handof a ma ter, when, was 2dheted on the woman, and is shared in by a That is what I will do,'' he said, and was swun; ten chances to one he will lose his blad.
ization and refinement, the anxious inquiry with the watchman in his eye, and on the eve of the beasts, was intheted in consequence of sm. greatly delighted and in peace. ., ,, dersand go to the bottom. Teach him to swim
arises from the ranks of those occupying the a confilot with the powered of darkness he ex- They are subject also to natural death and to Whatsoever He Saith Unto You, Do It. and he will never need the bladders. Give your
walls of Zion: What kind of preachmg is best claimed: various diseases and m3urtes, which are in many The Duty of Laboring With the Pastor. I have a beautiful illuminated text in my par child a sound education, and you have done
adapted to the times ? instances excruciatingly painful; all of abich The church is a society formed to promote lor-the words, Whatsoever besaith unto you, enough for be. See to it that bis morah, are
Since the =1 , , 1 .1 , I = 1 Christ's kingdom in the world and in the hearts t dss b ich a anes have /eten giv do it." It was the gift of a very lovely youn? pure, his mind cultivated, and his whole nature
ing progress .. 1... 5 .1 . of his professing people In this work all the ow can 2 e sa friend who brought to to me and asked one to made subservient to .. us =1 1 .
benches of i with human beings, they have to endure much, members should feel and manifest an equal in- be like a mariner's conspa" "find the right place to han st." "Ah Em 8 b a : .1 = 11 I
batantsasthewatchwordof thetimes,"onward '- very much, in consequence of the wickedness terest. They all for a the army that is to assail You probably know that a compass tells the ma," I said, as 1 looked up at it after I had a the ladies
surely we should not be behind in ,i .. . - . ...= and brutality of man. They were made subject 4- i-=- 1 of darkness. Her ministers are shipmaster how to shape the course of his ves placed it upon the wall, "what a bonutiful text; To be thrown upon one'/resources, is to be
confltok. The ambassador of Christ I .1 J I . . .. to him, and have to ader not only when he is I 1 to lead on, but they can do little acrosso he pathle ses . I I c *: what a reminderof one's duty every hour in the east into the very lap of fortune, for our facul-
up with the world in its improvements. in a pleasant humor, but also when he is en- ri ,, ) i p t la ano er a ' 3 day > ties then undergo a development, and assplay an
Now, it it is understood by this, that the raged; not only when in the full possession of 11 1 3 5 = = s Jem, whose consults it many times every day, and would *'Yes," she said, "I bave the same in my r 1 1 were previously unaus-
minister of Jesus shoulder thoroughlyacquain. B. his mental faculties, but also when brutalized walls can not he built up alesa "the people consider it a great misfortune to be depraved of chamber. The first thing my eyes rest upon to
ted with the great truths which he is command- by the excessive use of intoxicating liquors; have a mind to work." The church-not her that instrumentat sea. and 1 wonder when I
ed to teach; that religion in his soul should be IMMORTALITY OF ANIMALS. and still oftener to afford man amusement, as ministers alone-ts the candlestick which is to 0 1 cT = .. I a .L i urage to go fierward to
found a principle of perpetual progress; and, '1 1 I witnessed a case of unavoid- witness the sportsof the amphitheatre, bull bait- give light to the world. But it may be asked, of :- I su. my day's duties, doing whatsoever the Master From the Nasuraneansm. Advocate.
even, that clearer views of truth are to be ex- .1 ne of our domestic animals, ,. I 1 . ift ., etc. Little in what particular ways can and ought the peo_ ring the first parc of the night; the stars were bids me do." LETTER FROM BISHOP ANDREW.
pected, as the age in its onward movement and was led thereby into the following train of a 3 sometimes en- ple to aid the pastor in his work ? "i out at ] the sea was calm, the vessel Yes, there it hangs, the beautiful text, in blue The fast day, and the week's prayer-meeting
throws new light upon his pathway-then we reflections. couraged by their parents, to worry and tense and inight l 1 I sped ...I her way, and all was pBeasant and gold and divers colors. I do not know how which followed this fast day and prayer-meeting,
fully agree with the friends of progress, and God is not only the Maker of man, but also torment birds and cats and dogs. Is it any brief who the pavengers retired to rest. at to- 4 .1 1, . 1 was a fact in the history of the present year
bid them god-speed in their laudable efforts to of all the beasts of the earth." Why is it wonder that such children abould, when they It is the duty of the people to prayearneatly wards mornuag a fug began to gather about us; * " " I which will not soon 1 r .. There was,
keep up with the times. But if it is implied that they both die and return to the dust? I grow up, be cruel even to those animals that are for the succe a of their pastor's labors among and the nearer the hour approached for the ana he saithunto you, do it." I ... .. sa thought-a
that the great doctrines taught by Christ are answer, because of the r G 1.- ri, 1 1 .1 1 ,i How them. We do not mean that they should offer to ruse, the denser it became. I wasup betimes, What does He say unto me, a plain, quiet 1 1 1 1 numbering several hundred
not absolutely immutable; that they are not ad. law, which is ain. The . I > ap -c 1. .. 1 1 a 1 1 -worked up occasionally a formal stereotyped petition, and noticed that, as the fog thickened, the en woman, in my own quiet home? Does he bid thousand soula, on their knees and calling on
mirably adapted to every age and to everyclime, of Genesis roads thus: a But of the tree of and poorly fed. How often is the obedient dog but ardent, heart felt desires for the success of 1 i. 1, and the speed of theateam me go forth and a : .. * God at once! How much of honest confession
both in their most awful sanctions, as well as i_ 1 .>od and evil, thoushalt not eat petted to-day by his master, and to morrow in a his ministry. In this way they will,11ke Aaron .. Just she seemed sourcely to some honor upoI 1 of sin! how much earnest pleading with God
their most pneific; if it is understood, that the 1 day thou eatest thereof, dying moody temper sent away with akickaudacurse, and Hur, stay up his hands when heis ready to move through the water. We could not see not. My path of duty does not seem like that for pardon of sin and for sanctification how
preacher, in his pulpit ministrations, is to modi. thou shalt die." No beinginall the universe, ex- Only call to mind the excessively hard labor I grow faint and weary. Besides being the means more than her length to any direction. Before' God appoints us each a place in his great vine much prayer for others, even our enemies! how
fy the truths of the gospel to suit the perverted cept God, can exist independently of some mus- and privations endured by some of them in a through which God sends down his promised the headlands of the shore were in sight; now yard, and gives us work to doand he saith unto much and how deep the coveern felt for perish-
taste of afastidrous age, and thereby cause "the training agency. What means, in his boundless with the carnage a cheering to the pas our only guide was the compass us. "Do it." Mine is a quiet lot-daily duties ing sinners! The people of God met and pre-
oEence of the cross to cease;" if this is under- resources, God makes use of to sustain the in- as .. 1 1 1 1 I *tle-field. It is not i 1 often perplexing la- I soon lbund that the officers did not consider daily cares, daily labors, daily earrows, and daily pared themselves fora season of deep and hal-
stood, as we would gather from the words of our habitats of heaven, we know not; but we learn I 1..11 =1 = . II go to war with his I has the warm sympa- our position without peril. We were lost in the blessings; here is my work, my life: work in lowed communion with God. They met in the
brother "Progress" in the Advocateof the 28th from his revealed word that the immortality of fellow man. These, with numerous other note thy and earnest prayers of his people.-1mited fog, and they felt that we were too near the rock- I I my home; and the Master hou
June; thatas"we descendtouncultivated minds, man's body was to have been maintained by the of cruelty, injustice and ingratitude, are every Presbyterian, bound coast to be groping along in that dark, thy hand findeth to do, do of tl I
it is necessary to enforce, and elaboratefully and use of the "tree of life." Now his death might day committed. I ask the question reverently, misty shroud it;" and when anxious and troubled, hke Martha, ceive; acek and ye shall find;" ani Jehovah
forcibly, the system of rewards and punish. have been accomplished by sandden stroke from is it consistent with the character of God, who The Lord's Day. The captain, pilot, and another ofEeer held a about much serving, he says, . i. your came into his temple, and into the tabernacles
ments;" while the "intellectual and moral cul- the Almighty, but he chose to produce at by is just and merciful and full of I 1 1 Stations on the line of your journey are not consultation When they separated, the signal care upon him, for He careth a never of the saints, to respond to the prayers of his
ture of this day demand from the pulpit in the shutting him out from the tree of life," thus ness, that these dumb brutes > 19 I J your journey's end, but each one brings you was immediate 1, .. .1 and thoueht much about this text until it hune in people. The power of God was gloriously pres-
utterances, example and lives of its ministry, a leaving him subject to the lawsof natural decay. partakers of the curse of sin, thus suffer and nearer. Such are our Lord's days. at the same . I vbeel my parlor. I hope it will prove a silent and ef- eat throughout the Southern Church-it was a
continued presentation of the tender, mermful And the Lord God said: Behold, the man is die, yet be no more? Man, fallen ashe is, feels A baren is not a home, but it is a place brought our steamer to point seaward, as the festive teacher, and tend to keep me in the path week much to be remembered. The SparIt was
and conservative elements, found in the life, become as one ofus, to know good and evil; and an attachment for a beautiful, strong, fleet and of quiet and rest, vb ** ** *-0.4 waves are compass told us, and away we went, for some of duty. poured out from on high, and revival fires were
and teachings of our blessed Master;"- now lest he put forth his hand and take also of easy-going horse. He feels something skin to stayed Such is "t, time, directly off shore. Then there was anoth kindled, and such a revival has been sweeping
Then, we must take issue with our friend and the tree of ife and eatand live forever." Thus afection (Inm sure the knocentand unpcP & -erase i-n is pin-a -r common land. It is er consultation, and the steamer's course was The Three Onlys. over the land as we and our fathers have not
brother, and afectionately suggest that if there 1 .. ... .i = he should take of the abild 1 Such is "the Lord a again changed, this time towards the shore- Recall constantly to your mind these three known for many years. How many thousands
was ever a period in the history of the world = 1 1 1 (and there was danger time i 4 l., .. I . I = 3 In about an hour we suddenly heard a fog- simple truebs: The Word of God ostv-The at precious souIs are now shooting the high
and of the churob, which God has placed as a of his doing so af left in the garden) be would master, and who at 1:- .- .- .1 The world's week tempts you to sell your soul bell, and within a few minutes afterwards we The Grace of Christ oni.v-The Work of the praises of our Redeemer, who six months ago
light in the midst of surrounding darkness, live forever. This, I think, is incontestible evi dwelling place. A to the flesh and the world. The Lord's day" discove Nast before uis a rockypointou which Spirit onY; and they will truly be a lamp to were strangers and enemies to Gud by wicked
when the trumpet should give forth no uncertain dence that the death here spoken of is temporal creatures he has made? While man will some- calls you to remembrance, and begs you rather was al bell which warned us your feet and a light to your path. These re works! but they have been broughtnigh by the
sound, but peal forth those very thunders which death and not spiritual to saentice earth to heaven and time to eternity, of our ** I =sed so near the outer the great beacons which the Holy Spisit ha blood of Jesus. How many cold and backslid-
made the Seribes and Pharisees quail before the man forth from the Garde. than heaven to earth and eternity to time, ledge of rocks that you might have thrown an erected in the Church. Theirefulgence should ing or backslidden professore at religion have
Divine Teacher, and Herod and Felix tremble him from the tree of life, lest he I ..il .. ? ru. re 1.1 The six days not only claim you as captivesof apple upon it from the steamer's deck I But spread from one end of the world to the other. been warmed up and reclaimed, as the fruit of
upon their thrones, now is that time. it and "live forever" in his fallen and sinful blasphemy, the earth, but do their best to keep the prison when we reached this ducerous point our pilot Solong as they shane, cho Church walks in the that week! Surely it can never be forgotten;
Civilization and refinement, themselves oft- condition; otherwise Adam could have restored One of the strongest arguments that can be doors shut that you may forget your way out. knew where we were. Taking his course an' light; so soon as they shall become extinct, or ] . F.1 .il
times bearing a resemblance to piety, and himself to the favor of God by eating of the adduced in favor of the necessity of a general "The Lord's day" seta before you an open door cordinglyLe soon brought the vessel to our''de' even obscured, darkness hke that of I ' I L' 's
thus administering their thousand opiates to tree of life. This conclusion is inevitable. judgmentis founded on the justice of God. It Samson has carried the gates away. "The arred haven. settle upon Chriatendom-J II. Ales th glad tidings of a full, free, and present sal-
the consciences of men, have sunk the world Surely no one acquainted with the teachings of may be thus stated. Often, in this hfe, the Lord's days summon you to the threshold of What the compass is tothernariner-a guide, bigne. varion! Surely God hath done great and glort-
into such a profound slumberof spiritual death, the Bible will contend that Adam could in this good man maiBioted in mind and body; is dis- bondage, to look forth into immortality-your but for which the ocean would be a trackless ous things for his Church in these Soutblands.
that nothing, it would seem, but those primitive manner have secured the pardon of his sin. eased and poor and destitute. On the contrary, immortality. and perilous waste-isthe Bible to us all; it re- A Hother's Prayers. ., n . . . . .. . .r
earthquake echoes which then shook a slumber. Again: Wherefore as by one man, sin it is not infrequent that the wicked man is The true Lord's day is the eternal life, but a veals a future life, and guides us step by step till When Samuel Budgett was mine years old, I li
ing world,.can awaken is again. entered into the world and death by sin; andso healthy and strong, free from corroding cares type of it is given to you on earth that you may we enter heaven. passing early one morninghismother's chamber, the remembrance of his gracious dealingswitja
We admit that envilizatson and refinement death passed upon all men for that all have and surrounded by all the luxuries of wealth, be refreshed in the body with the anticipation WHAT are my tears, my sorrows, my erosses, he heard her voice in prayer, and he stopped to our people, and let as commemorate the ani-
have done much to destroy, the minds of the [ aimed." Here we are explicitly told that death The one leads a life of humble piety; the other of the great freedom wherewith the Lord will my losses, compared with thine, who didst shed listen, for she seemed praying with more than versary of that week of prayer the next year
enlightened, the taste for low and vulgar amuse- I is the efootof ein, and the Apostle Paul goes fears not God, neither regards man." Both make you free.-J.Pulsford. first thy tears, and then thy blood for me .* Mine common fervency. And whom was abe praying with aimilar servions; and wherever it is prao.








18iZ SOUTHERN CHRI'STIAN ADVOCATE. Vol. xxx. No.4-6

ticable, let the meeting be held aanold-fash. THE DISTRICT MYEETI~NG. reuesaray lor suporannouald pm wher*, widows, nes.-leave your family lor ton days, as.I. p r: supporrors, wh n< beaut stall pulsate witb the I bus, uprn the operations of the charde as they x~fthodirt people i Pay your preachers, and
ioned cal.p mo eermy. so that we may for that ite nhoost ecrgr Presidiu; 8ldar's District of anOd orphans, wassl, kno-decnienws ot preallhaps LP aIYB i Ii liberall sald inagnanimeou spirit of their tubdcrs regard the cause of mianaions. keep them at and in the work. Truly can lu
II~~~~ of hsera on prciu *lod illl o *a il An hi 1000 our, wh in e tote daoicrw <.hratl lon te Bn oard fmaor Foreign 1 sss on, at th pr ee d tanor mnre eiver mo rte, fllthfula or ve e-
that is within me bless his holy ..nae' i en been bclJ during the year. The good and evil, f il, misetonary, S1,l1~:I :i. owra the usme has canme when ti1e trumb or I1.0o cberl-ind :n (1.0 b us~ of Zion, and wlo < de. u. re:Mry and muth.Lr hip of i *red. It is nor their fau's tl1at cotron brings so
.1.0~s0.> Asiurw. whatercr of either usere may be io these meet Lood of ths concoeption must be actuallyy t st< ., seo:..,st In altrr y .rs, withi coracions pr:Jo If the provisions mrook Gr the esqpport of For- Ittie' i indeed it il nr i Neitber is it their Rank
/~me J .r~l .1 a, Oct .'., I u;7 Ig.r o r~a Webleetevie Tile lbY it T IL>, 1). 0 0, formerly oi and the clean or uneae n a luli .0 of It isa wub and Bhel 4.vorson, I ** ci< r. 11ssri s were tiirfullv onsrred and car- that thle yaekees continue r> rub yu Your
---- te C urc, pehap unnimusly 0 n teir the North Cambola Coniorence, Jued at yellow you As for yersy.I, I will net beh<\ce you art monumen ess f pare rld out, we wo ad be s or, an;i to pay tie debt eibs are now full of cor. The futiahnek pn
favor. fvrIn unsviid0, Texas, on rhe 171h Orbr gaing to ahnms us anl your a ves, run, by any the upiri of Ile:rl ..:raid sir -. an answa r ca ry 3e.1;1:11 t il fl$ MR bbo 13Qfavo They have brought forth aven more Ib. ols w helre he 1.rts I (r ainty is eliit an ri te roce hand manner way, uf id times. Make ato a n I.
San the~no thal .. 10:< ,sv in ornh i or& ofroS o! *** s acclyirupildnot pliso and emy. the Lord in spiteof low prices for custon. May
< o lrece hee heoppston fs uE so in y 1:flmeto f~rIr som of ihL. n rroW- (OileCP are owners op n.. and her educationa! Rach pr. acher flr rie purup ; swed was to God bless the last one of you.
050OJ cIO1I, N V Y. i 8i hs who tbire inil nfi was so great, th:t ito Iif a~a oolc(r 0.1 rue R.si hav era A 1.'sgtd ombudbeb Ines Iqs ruw tr v. r.-yw ok.t ue.rte a 1s e: as os JoUU use 1 8 Cr
i l.Nor on n I was unt thought prudent b the ft ends of this reared in the los of a s : nmu la'th miister*, l premsued somll i 1 *= (r clli as we hove i .!c o oth rretD rp o1,T ?
metigtopc~a h m~ur t vt hi during : rho pre cut ye ,. at san hour or and dlaubled by ui..r N av this dul v alou =
THIS~~~~~~~~~ WE K PA ER ecinr pr I. r o a P TI WE BE judment. is ilow a r o fiuel awl we presumle TENNEShl L CONFERIlNCE *. ,. I elr is ].rs ac nI dalep anunts, nearly one < xrelination 1,1 etch eharaotrr io the Annual J n r ntSbahw edt h
At ton la an hour to lut the articles in hand (1at at the ueta ; own Conlercure, the IAstrict lle Tennessee Cofreae l.e .] its seso .hnrdo e Inu~tieted ).res o f ou at l*t st (: of renec, t1< linoarvn sbou'd he elevourly G~~~lu ~ P atSbahw edt h
thin s week ueopt by rlaplacing editorial matter, 11eerinR will be ito po~sred into h organia I ( srkwrilie. Oc:41er ?:-80 ] II;hop I'aine prr I *L a- rkd by the Bl hoy, if til price her has per- T,
wereceiedmototmoutentonsfro ios ie pc fthle ~O ch. nr liond hans re a. oding He are glad, ar~ h ls 1Jvillt A dvo- leave mel ou InI..0a L > a out t II *Eo pel yo J r vahzable aid rsplul on va id r th .ou r Ln rffolef A n w edi
and .1 se is. Ibeina ttpartnnt that they should of these merirn t 1us waitrJ i la ]he i 0 8..:, to find ah l rlug 15 por< Il\j i an a.rs I t sa e on ubc r bte appear sr once, and before (be approaching: co" o re I pitrl- ho presided goI n ,an 0I Frve yiiiea atu ont 01e upo Ive br ti.- lii wire h tod od oanc th ami n s e res
fi;ences sit, to eftket the purpo as intended, we Tienf aan : oni and hi puiltn ol ac ne u llcty man who uoce pu an ofio .:0ir~ on bll ill r wil pion, faith" pu~~T e iish bl. -:- d - e rw nlian tr s csle < I f and mat ou i ch oc a i o.l l us Jec n rh rw ud b t e aI r o v r n r c n n t e r mn-
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The pin-houro stands; faooes, or portii o. nni sco hw (ct t fhar aetc rus thch bnn t snak beingd ao ohftm Taitt whiols ha rite lutwe nultu Cneret s rorn porr, r lso ae I'' ;- ---:-- ;-;---r uedteien-d o it-oedlas
an ron, ie otn-odqiorad hify~ ~ i~: lng uw dIo<0 get to chur. itasul here Wheannb bie icouFor o 1Neth reqduestthenet y essi onrwilar nwt o hereim
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lr n l w I eoer.r lere ton ediur SUBSHIF ION EXPR meeli rare~in ro Lh r' oring of knlair (:oningreese oohairmen oful ttn aerr s-rw fwomsillv-
usi~cruall vin.0 thouiuab no wah monatear, t ul rdr wl~qee eoualz Rllhei I tons have wxpere ouan >u!eanmoi)o e ewokorAhe h twl phase senior Dr. HAndrwn
aods onum.. lae y n sro- ence 11:y cp labrl or me burt e ws :I boetk nor a ndr ar;.,~ Jtset wi tho n r1So.n de a ad: h ue a xa of their evera)ed ao Core-iGu uu618
per~b asure--areal ti., petbu th and potatoes are cainera aad usr thm.ll sere evnclln Lou shul be so ineni l eIistnl oa le o i uruda1
Abopre \ton, .4ne w n dse n utractedw isar ten pomuine there wait :pcar in ereach wet abov i rel by lema bea nd I, o h. :io e wi l ade 1 bor neard poipth)u ieyad el ea .y e P ti R .i I .y ador II O alte C ru|- 8 of r
15nl mve bukbeast th ugearsila so fmnoe pouepie ocr eanld so to caese to pn \l alnn Wcni arid 1)jrc usentulr fc till prpsur >:1 ce rtiuic ad ao on- rappin e en pa L an voe may nis 1Vr omo;-m ae edincetree
be l k .yvb nkitne to diateh sellr were n rue .0, tn you "sa rhtretra se pn qiow pee:. b. uen sl u psri~ 1e nt si rutn patoa tit .. or nleu aunn ad solio < f I .ITo layr' Irotree metnsa
ryi < ee anr s b eenba ck expan ne .uetna la orde r ot wo rk ees mih 0 i r n .btw :.pe,1b e n n uorai N rl
Thumepir mera an une and fa tock. were lett al rcpewt ee r: n e to end to loiiret sou r 1 .. d.I he APErALe FORbisln ORY COLLEr To~rt i iset ou n ails wwnan hlrnfo h the Mepinmbers of the S C .rut Cn onferce
andl tini seef lnuueg thrur it proan unlasto het wh. Ie cal ri Ha A. 110h~y 1 elaon e s at we th us v the in -0 no rawi n ns wirt r toe .rerous, n "qire Cuo
n u o h br i -- 1.0 aa dehe ends ,i brr rrr~ l Ia~t 7r, (1867 r ota1, over u rs1 Is na( e w ,o eWning thm I)Pn~w'" an,'~ d lieut',he to tr~d a in ca

pla rn hand ar npym n r<1cw ul ea p~e l saf ere ow, hone lr b hr n s a n, II e tal< Irn r cl e nil eife ones eArtaine fo The~ri b trinfrm laur
astey ean~ n .a aud1 h on pr :0 n t (18 our <. wine c M r~ao evs.auuya '0cok
tAt:oyrl .a;h-as lo s.J mberntwayetresoueo That' isw bth kil viailetienot iey Is "b ur yo ao wol utre Iw -eaut~to l aeayprlpnrsehlorutpru-s~e :lvnms eamreos hl to 110. 11n ays, e d nesday ah nd s oaayf
no by or So pe ent Tered intao oueral lor ewr uhpesd ihtewrip and ony bei oltainue Ido fro. Ouieslrll i I '; mits ateracn Oh grt mualcio fo ot be daiso!.i ieSpr The .oo r ha d.cont gr-tenty
Sc tc d eot fh upre o h M s J.T. Ito ies -- h a n fr1ien dsm o n of th s eope fu roma u ltrie dfrie d well ha; beueenan gibe cln a t i it~e ra p rewa rdi no t e hera ftera Thce, churc I tet urng ag u ther o t ain le pe kT n o
bar in ..n Yuir wi murfu plesur th touching lette fromio uoneba eqires pctuuicl mein, me in w rell sklle ,,h etfrmnyyast o e a er y wol thea restitv rule-I from i the pointi P. M an ece al.uya Psa i n.
her~ ~~~ to 1)r umes I tlsoa d oet inmtr lng thin buins odr ules To se wi~y riepr hs eng direct wly or, tind ir ly ennctding ne po er, nin s as d that o people a e patr h ranSuhlavsSlauys ingt
aer ~ ~ ~ o I l tlirnlpltd is onde ands- hereuen of aspiri chstn bytesrkta a mnvr aeytr p mn hs eual idhterau inte ur ets ue an d sti of the yong ,mu in her-Sat eiicien ad. Coufre u" and a corruponding mod8eifia tionf our nepist an~rrd closeaconn tin i1 to. oI gle
These ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l pepeaeloigt eapt e-tknaa e onetcid twl a l dvoed to the gadsospel inistuiary. on a oefor ou r other of Ieduci a Ionl rainng. cA nd Inter tir inrr-- il y th s acau e ha ,Tatprer 2 e hus
thuh he .. l~ .. r n hs C ands-a find th ey lorevoe;;al thatse haso nootc ben alled o ao ng our laityc and they arees brogh toe justin~ relationshe anhteefrb xece o.di a nd : inptigmn nec thr lcbya ri
1a .ueo 1 ae t t i wea-ill npot eaily o ur aot bereave ent in th ler e ath of er who it,,, beaenci r hv dt1,I ,1. oner for then fut re ba th-schols i whic ther aore 250 she olrd jptctftDulse 11. 1 th Chrc .hi Lube Methth

frues,m n aand ~ i bey cotn h cofotal liv sute fron a carclas reain of the oicof huhoigupudre ca 1 ... it, noder to teshc ti soitoni o u yp n. .l enttle theoop mini ster o f t rvel al faro e.
ings, nd the are n the ight lace. hey te daughter eath; nd Dr Crossstilllives ionar interest o the Curch, .dsecurecovetl aid nd Lat t Iwent ver toLowndboro, ,.ethea areinvitd to vsit te undesigne
ca aan'tg ow or led gras hs and tohr gorassesn to labor andu suffered for the Master ',t80,te h tbni of tlneoeftt that we devis beon tort ther classeee ofs~ nesaio icn nert s nsig11 -* er aparda o lro t nCalte eken gFml olg

elt ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ tmii wbiI teal betohe etyi;, ons elo aters chur geeal wl edadhe h evn "1,sruion r proidesha ther Assuoiation dshal Brou rr mde a mcgostre bhe autfl pathetficgdsly fDvn o, and To thes Memer oth .Ooneence
weutipidot Irougheao hcountlr make ito or behaf of Foein isins I hsben om usnes e, ndno altte o h fctthtwedugec o hs edesthreoeinprsntnginabrefsuvy f hepins f green DarBetre: o, hoined omng
weetecie enilxa s f llsheesofmn-th peen atil, ndtrss ha bt tepeabtwenou wochrce; ivngte isor onernc y airod wlltaeth mrnn
gend reatand rch wre trningthisland iontesupe utt due ~ altwas mde Snd nteral spportourslves.I sa tha juothere and he moiveswhichhavepromted ots p li-ot tase yabout60 mm erI am ital of ut%,reormslable et ete dp a at a oan atStdum ,C 6 whi will i t
nto a lntto advatngr uatr B sc ools in aid of th cis w lnuork and ll yet we heazte to . .. I emrksfrh rt a I itn e T aum p led the wprtitr to lhe av e inafe h ous f a fer, Th e t m rnn o il ev als uy
yehesml an rift I lodr l u u itlebein doe in lh ouri sti on. T hesaltr a n aallbsde i elsatc l e hi- unemly asind er tinentintrdusinuo ou p h udyshol caueprougresesth I know nothie n cof teproe ed ingtie sam rof the Cou. 7LBD o'lok ndariv hre a 1 .
dean andl property make ae nobl aggegte Arer( not the1 children nofri hp .!: -hr an*d.. n iuto iioa nt olga pe uio soerply, te pren the g~i~s so elting of myig Confreince TIhee ndayteita ed aH RlOia r ~idasbu
A~~~~he~I Dbtieme b S poial esn ed olttei hita er ieng allgoi naliyta idntakfrit a n oth he uspc s oandh ceontrol nt of e ta t*sb Iri **rn arIu *emt io shr it Whe a ra ,gs bc. p3C atediph .e ssion i l er h
and ~ ~ 1 r. The Pres idinganfunih. T Eldern~ is .,c ion gC bouty demaning. it; oea? ro ilr-ng also a lag copa Chrh Soti i, n;M SIN R i.ad sign rudtecrl
hel~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~ihn a avalale hasahoroghoraniztion and, representation ofsn lame inroes annual cofrecs tensibl exponen of I the s. .f I Afr., Edtr- aeatne h ssin fa1 oeaaife he ek.Iwl
as co worman doesc- w not quare withi hi D.JES BORIN -Tileaftr onatheire nots as me re' hnoraary membpr lers l Ibtcohed with Sentimet whoich, neal ytirty yeaiirs lg o acua- four oforAnalCneecs h rsntflhv r idde abou t f e thusetand mie ms. Add I'
tools neiher doeshe lay th blame o all shot, brancein whichthis estmable Cl i . ..* -= 1 td the grat body f our entrprisingpeople, a each ofwhich adibrent Rihop has resided.up the das I am wth my faily durin the Conerence, ill pleas inform e at onc
a the imes." Indee, the tate o ter s heldin Gergia i beinge at 1 . 11 Souhern sster tatesIn eac and ll, ful evience hs beenaffored yea and tey amunt toaboutair wek I o Paro G. ow AN
I b.r Kt isv decride adl rin e adv e of the SUB C PIN ontaneous offerin mad toaecl~it hime !.itlli thise hourie rrtlildr. n T er woty off pringot thtSu heru Metlihodasm i ~s o n th adance, notf cole i~ain norak b oas Lastye wIl rode abou Ahlaton Nfth C, ov.tte 8-8w me
db Id stand f tioret thevy a respe tially t lo ia~rnlook thirnao p iety and liberal hsr! hof ar~n ore he p i io mtte wil plas whole country, the sae a ssse o hespot
country, judge yj theug noo ardr moi givang ofhS de ptri al. W hate susrpis o ingb u i partly B th minmsotiv win c h asprmpe me tuerni I.i buh a, her ealirhi 2alik in~m tl th 1 a y of nin e 840ads paid 3800, of the Tote M n tes nd LyDlg eso
ann ot ay i cmpnywih hePrsiin sow b lttrsinths ee'sp er Bsies toadres ouinths ayan a tistie, s or .I te negyan popean te evvig = la a out.Hae ee prdsoehtlouhiyer' te o.Ga C nfrece
EldrIlft anfild ndmendeedplasatl te um th ere enioed-vis: 61, frnomc Ath- men -n .omrc i'- I *.*I'I 1 lends the goLi.y 1.eabl adsl f sefsciio mn h races seentra whpich sgnde mot l toms pay fopronl a T h itea ins teirs ofi thes r Sout Gemorg a Cone
are ~ ~ t kahrn th Foo oor crp a busas by'n8 thee Diici rosto ofei aaer in a as about .800-in Lou- year'ssta rjt~e i~u~ a; c u a ~ount adeo tenow hon he i la st ato around I fin i aIas ow
fa the-ad ie Sh a adM rshal7tRtos e ar s ingusta o hvemeu a pito d this ofice: h ande bin g -,4 r ,, lon, s ,irIOi~ .=g~U *lr a '"" it I e, she haI: s kepyto aflot n I 1ltone $25 inT n- wo lefu cl~ deiec Crcum eits tha fl be ind dal a
Fride ay ss aftraveport anth s p oint ,ar on. bynglim vasospatesu4;tro Rev. E.e W.ills ei! _.d .oi ilc. l strm with 1 ilght nesse"'t ey soime~ $80 ls y $10,80 850,tc. ee this erol hae u henmso te1 -
say~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~tlr they watawit a' outy ege 1,C.G. airmount 85,thouh evW.threl Chuoirhisa has vdntydivne as a:ny mod i-, .*a = II ide wil~l,iur *I s =0 Ch5a,00 fo h nC, rmeecTial savr iuhns bsns.Tuyfrne n oa rahr h xett
ill-feelpoie ah rntdnae fet ic atnd of it thamto hass eve been made I m nd Lsro eti~ S .. 3I = =.. ol Msorit of .o ailu in **lvrt and St. l thes ee e thodist peole have a right tovl expe ten the Coner ncet eod aie wl alpe
oweng utayor: et nue of r~s freedme bare i -all o wiche mahas, b en fraded toiDr.oi ng. t lolarity thteere n u ncderad. Tit re ovrrapdt coeedhr e ri~dge a thouh pr tl dts. Tis aplfpropnriaio uT ben man d susctale ined eem no t at all to er the falngo f a( certang A. M. W a
worngf r aon, par ofteco n h otm H lso OeEEG.Nr pece n ino wourk moe sral machiery-an tuattribue a-ldna hswihapieeaag of. 1 tEdP& cand a nd favraly asrespne tou, air .h 1e -3 etisya. .J O
~Y s, fiid te ounry rsth re twoks weap rerino adm citted into fll coann etion; five = . ., 1 ad- 1 funds. Wecanotbutcontemplaeasachurch, n Al 1-- 1 . circuit, Sou
were eadmhted;fourwerereceied b tras- to .. ..i I I int metphorbe- zth eelins oftruet graitud, th presnt B tlerand Toy ad Orin sttion lastyear Annul conerenesM.E. Chrchouth
and thois hIs ? nu Iutne ..;ug De the. prspc o suces brgh tha now.- mayo done~ mao oneE~ any wrng HreatFe Dpot ,
in ew orkfro Caifoniaon he 6th of r 8inf:a nrt and 1,5 sadul apetimrpr inthwyfor Hisao purpose h a be en tulkd of barassd i itsNU resu re Y IB S i J1C.O. i:U .. strongst insacs of2B mora subLplimity Theey on pape to-night in noer badhuor lam la *,
Septem r in goo pnh ealth and spir tits, and. ed 86"-th e reu ns bei sng er simpefetsome i Thr severalta yers tht ifoete~r th a a pnd mn n y nuyt r en utiedb hi w esnlee- ihpfl hnfl rte htM toit . ..
and thepltu; fules proof giveni yoTta efltteie fmneas n in n abr e n oen a r edi ad, ponbeBtide, p ra a nd~ swt ht
,,.bring c ruing ~acuntP lof theohrk nte io s ter not r ep oring at all23 Sunday-scholey need o yorcusladrse ully asd yuaplchmcaroi iA r Llilll and e ph ilosop hical bl appa atus, I n add aition to these demands upo u, oures od pay. Il~ n w I a no tlk sinul. Io rite fo
Pacillo oast. 1,03 teachrs, 9,44 soholar. The a ount to fford itto us, yu would ot quityour bus nearly 100,000,it has yt devotd friend and deb yet remain unpad, and hngs, asan inew-others, s well a myself.Hear me Of ye ,.,!," .:. ? .7 .. s..r se








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November 15, 1867


EKORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION. HostiliticaNwith Indians o Cease.will
500 NAMES WANTED. ALTON, ILL, a 4
Friends of Education! Read the following be made byiGeneral is divisiononewtraj
and recond with name and post-oilice. de with the C
By war and its disasters, Emery College has ches, IkIowns, and Apa es; also, wit"j
lostonehundredthousand I .I ,.uoesandthatallhostili


a m b do he tacy. Th the march aro ordered r is asne.
College must bie sustained The church delti met, to be duly cautions, and they are command-
e cannot a ed to spare no etlerts to matutain this peace, be-

dent, an able Faculty, orha parnatablem?" ause thedGten al Goev nm t des as advo
brary-repairs are needed-a contingent fund to reduce the Indians to a comparatively eivil

canecessaryFt . 1 an .em n
"NJdespeeandum"lan:Iwillnotaskforhun

dredproposthousand -not now, perhaps never THE ALABAMA RecousravelloN Convew-
I do t nwantnCsTi atti or ly]an k d mlia in session in Mrontgon er o

Keep it ourself---tra n it--do the best P p iden d ibpt Barber, f r ePms cho on

for the sake of system and reau, secretary Negroes were elected to the
an ENDowMENT AssocIATION, have a Freal- positions of assistant secretary and doorkeeper.

xn Secret ini eTr asur6nmdee ann y at oddamembersdarelold citizens of Alabama.

Now, then, I propose to be one of pe hundred roRBIGN NEWs.

Pontifical as wDefeate .

me at Sp ortto Dr. E. H/ I, a days G eral
No money will be asked for before n n an i., . ..

a tuall r obj ,raeahisp7w n uTo ad r"iares, ared upporterstlo
All at once will be best for the The revolutionary society, begged of him to with

ed be orga 1 Assoj be draw, as the Italian troqp ihad crossed the fron
I appeal to the alumni-to the ,, ,, a . a .




will run, if you 11 push. On sh ve, my deputation a : 1. the camp of the Gener 1
friend, just now. There, that will do-thank This morning Garibaldi, with about three thou.
you. Dr. Myers will report progress through sand men of his command, and having twognos,
the Advocate r moved for Tivoli, to join Nicotra, one of his

myFriends nellbut em el e too rnot in the meant me the Papd uaves,
line upon line. Be warned, and make haste tory 1 I s =1 .. ,
G. F. PIEKOE. at the point of the bayonet. The Garibaldlans
Sunshine, 22d July, 1867 did not know this fset, and were marching along

We join Bishop P in the pledge above n tl r edpo tMsingin nationale air
made, and would urge its general circulation. p ni f th P rol my
throughout the Conferences interested in
existence and work of Emory College. ,
TI b






Pope
for over

e 1
..

slightly i
was rats .


vat/pr .

, , toned OE

, 3cci 1 trearnd a Imo ha mdada af ng
pointed. The revolutionary and insurrectionary
movement is broken down all over the territory.
er 4.-When General Gari-
I .1 1 I : 1 this morning, -. I

be must go to Spezzia. Gariba

, Iver, aying le would no ri
diers 1 '
the
F -1
to I

are rumors afloat here to the effee that wan-
baldi's mind isafected
Florence, November 6.-Garibaldi is now in

e t at IIedldaid?
manda - -H h under the law of na.
tions. I Minister, Hon. George
P. Marsh, left Florence to-day for Vigevano, to
visit Gen. Garibaldi.
lbris, Abvember 6.-One division of the
French troops has been withdrawn from Rome,
andwasreturnedtt* 3
will soon follow.

ilja, adle eca = L *:1
mated,
anda
are necessory to restore con

Forence, November 7 -In the recent battle
A PROCLAMATION' near Monte Rotondo, the Papal troops were bad-
It becomes all men, who individually recog- ly beaten until the arrival of the French troops,
nize and adore the Supreme Ruler of the Uni- when the tide of battle turned.
verselayingasideattimestheirseveralavoca- 1%ris, Abvember 7.-There have been se-
tions, simultaneously to bow before His Throne rious riots, incited by the party of action in dif
-to render thanks for blessings shared by all, iferent parts of Italy, particularly at Milan,
and to supplicate protection and advancement where it was found necessary to call out the
for interests common to all troops to quell the disturbance. Many of the
The people of Georgia have much tobe thank- rioters were killed and wounded.
ful for, and very much to pray for. --
To destitution, unparalleled in their history, The Emperor Hissed.
the resultof protracted waran abundant harvest While the Emperor of Austria was enjoying
has succeeded. Pestilence, which among neigh- himself at the steeple chase at 1 incenes, the
borio., ,i 1, i. ..*1 .. 1. i EmperorNapoleondrovein fromSt.Cloudand
unkn ni I I I :,1, I . 3 1 .. .1 .1 10 Itwadong

name gGnova rne si v inr -., . I 3 rasecee occur-
and menaced with social disorder, and popular rin his visit an e as or arn at the large
commotion, by the evil machinations of .T I i .. I -r I 1.
cialintrudersandagitators; yetpatients .-** I ,, I obe galleriesa loud
ing the prevalence of better counsels, tl = s 2 . ace on the part of a

thoa TI 8 fa bpereenh Adt na unnueden l ower, of the Italian .. . fle unpop I 2
greater than that of all earthly agents and Jo- of uneasiness a : a a ..,
tentates. 1 .1 I were probably the
These and many other blessings, earnestly be-
sought in the past, call for devoutly grateful so- -
1 1 I 0 their present realization- ar va. Arts, re ms.
I physical, social or spiritual London, Nov 5 -Serious bread riots occur
goodth@imaylingerlymdesiree et in twit ed urEx y te ayt wa e er tme


Ti retior I, Charles J.Jenklus, Governor of e i vt es e a g n pa
the State of Georgia, do issue this my proclaina- of the town. There was much excitement, and
tion, appointing Is ],- .1 the local authorities had calledfor troops to quell
member mst., as a la. = .1 1 = > 1. . disorder-The slots extended to AxmInster,

ta Triangd its brief a ac to cloa he r bvhere theApre rees of elemkh"n ben
places of business, and to open their sanetuaries pet factories, and has a population of working.
-to lay aside their secular cares, and engross- men.
ments, and to celebrate it by communion with -Evening despatches from Dublio state that

Glov n under my hand and the seal of the Ex- lie arrests of supposed Feniansistill cyntinue to
ecutive Department at the Capitol in Mill- as a . .. E. L ...
edgeville, this 8th day of November, A. D, oilcial journal of this eity, states that Baron von
1867. Beust, in a note says that tfe policy of the Em-
CHARLES JENKINs peror Napoleon and that of Francis Joseph are
n, the same, namely-- ei s a have occurred

g g in various, .. ? T.i- 1 ..1 *Partyof
Action. I. = la sl. I wounded
at Milan, where it was necessary to call out the
Tax Noarsaw ELactions of the past tro don, Nov. 7.-The Times says if Na-
ek hav resulted sus j irt igains k pl rr 1 ? e eneralconference fath, he


smabo 42 00 tyNaef Pman riFtiv @t0e0 : t Uth h 8 tiereopf in

at oint 11 in the sla 0 in sl epreparations.een otho a
New Yo egislature is conceded WarDepartment Large sh nt
land gives a Demooratic majority of 41, of rifled guns have been roade to the u iss
000. In Missouri a Democratic member d th
of Congress is elected to ftil a Republicia va- forcestin As>@e ortificaGovernm at has been
cancy. In Massachusetts the Republicans lose streag ening one in ar*

meo{oets ad aOn a tol ea ] >0 at Domestic Markets,

so a n a a e, 4 led sw R o d1d11j n dro in r


s nis uth a < 8 to 1 T); ca8, ttto
demand; Mixed Western corn 1 37 to 1 30
Mess Pork 1- .* I 75; Lard unchan d
Sugar steng,, ri a Molasses dull;
pentine 543 to 151; RosinT 3 80 oP8r ebt

gold1382.
BA won Nov. H.-Co >ucr3 :te


drooping; deadline 5 to 10; Corn a
white 1 30; yellow 1 82; Outs dull:*
for prime; Byo dull; Provisions dull '

n 100summoN, Nov. 11-Spirits 's ,
active at 51 to52c; Rosin 2 Ga; N
Tarfirmat8270;N00ttonl at I so,_

somewhat easiler; 88)ales to day 430; middlings


an le AirbNov. 411 -- ottonido d ns
sales of H87) re 1 t rm: sales of

592; rece ts 533 bale middling 16e.
p if
at I r dPlil


SuNarr an To a .
Sugar sells free

fai tolchoicet7 t Ue hoi coulr4qmes ne


rt u at tdroo n ce sI 1 er 1m4

cally at 22 50. Lard dull, tierces 13c, kegs
13) to 13?0. Cotton firmer; middling Orleans
18tc. sales of 1800.

Foreign Markets.
LIVERPOOL, November 8.-Brokers' Circular

r poor a sa dtl r 2 or"5(K) forSatCkuloal
and 571,000, whereof 133,000 are American
Sales to-day estimated at 15,000. The marke
opens farm; Orleans Od, Uplands 82d.




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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
From Nov.5 so Nov.12
At mastear.
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A MHOOL, BY A GRADUATE OF EMO
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Situation Wanted as Teacher,
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Spartanburg Female College.
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EXPENBE8 IN CURRENCY.





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she sought his face, anld breathled her simple Frqenl wer ou ovr teradthlco mno ihhi evn- -
all harm on earth, and ait last take ber to heaven perience--i o 1 .lbesd' i os ilb eti vr eat
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