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 22, 1867
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Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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Vol. XXX.-No. 47. Macon, Ga., Friday, November 22, 18 67. Whole Number, 1634


his band, nor condemn him when he is judged ness as long as he chooses to continue me there- er has he asked an individual to aid him, never frets and burdens of his calling, and give his years, and, with chastened steps and hope, push disinherited and ejected from the world in which
$Rf it $115, * Just before he died," said the old brother, in. But now, my brother, let r = 1 ,' 1 .. that of prayer mind every day to a consideration of them.- on toward the twinkling where the waters are were all his hopes and joys.
he called uo his family and told them that he s. =7 '.7' .. 7 . .1 if I . = 1 I They belong to human life They are inevita- atill and the storms never beat. A Christian is not insensible to these influ-
did not wish them to live as he had done, ex- = s . : .= = = 1. -, See how the donations have come. I quote ble. Brooding, then, only gives them strength. ences, and under stress of athetion and disap-
Memoir of Rev. Jackson Rush i 1: 1 . i., .1.. (..,:.* and if at noon I should go into the field and from his report just ioned: On the other hand, a man has power given to The Treasures of the Wicked, pointment, may feel that he has nothing to live
a s. *, 1. =--.= = re la r .9 find him lounging under a tree, and complain. From Hootland-8100 fro . .1 1 I him to shed beauty and pleasure upon the home- Ever man is treasuring up stores forieterni for. The words are unadvised, and the senti-
Rev. Jackson Rush of theN G. Conference, ruined me, and it will ruin you. And now, my ing, 'Master, the sun is very hot, and the plow- .. .i 1 .rd for the ; e-,* la liest tail, if he is wise. Let a man adopt his 4, 7 meet false. We are supposing thatthingehave
breathed his last, at his home so Whitesville, children,' continued he,'I wish you all togo to ing hard. I am weary of the work you have ... .. Ingue. From the west of Eng- business, and identify it with his life, and cover ha come to their worst pass; that disappointment
Harris co, Ga., on 29th Oct., after an attack of $Ir. II.'s every Sabbath morning by sunrise, appointed me, and ana overdone with the heat land-4 bracel = II ooches, some play- it with pleasant associations; tor God has given peneirect are treasuring up "wrath against the is at every turn; that we are so bereft and strip.
fever for six weeks. ,,,,i 1,,.-, to the Sabbath- and burden of the day; do, master let me ro. I and a a Christian Judy. us imagination, not alone to make some poets, day of wrath." What an idea is this! Treas- ped, that the worldly eye sees not a vestige of
He was born in South Carolina 17th April This was the turn home, and 1 1 1 E. .1 i 1 Oxfordshire-6JO 50, instead of insuring but to enable al ures of wrath! Whatever the impenitent man Inducement for continued existence here. In
1817; was converted and joined the M. E : lionowetoodby vice!' What I i s .. a 1. romtheEastIndies- Heart-varnish 11 *1 *- -" th. II be factso desperate a state is seldom reached,
Church in his 11th year; commenced to preach hinbedside. 1)ou't neglect it, said he, what- was a lazy fellow; that it I I = 1 : a baker-635, made up and defects. Look at the good things Accept is doing, hI treasurine inptwra em th where even the unbelieving and carnal heart,
as local ministei\i ihis 20th year He served c 1 Try always to do right and to the work I had appointed him, until 1 should by putting aside one penny per sack of flour your lot as a man does apieceof rugged ground, Ttting we r -,;- gi reasuring up p., will not find something amongst the ashes and
the church = this ca a it s example." He then exclaimed see fit to call him home." baked and the rn he u ed to spend at the e-4 h-f- el rocks and roots, to I .." cinders of its broken and devastated temples.
pacity, until I .= s . solemn con- in all the bitterness of his soul, I am dying, The pleasant manner in which the reproof club From orphan under his care a a 1, to enrich and plant tr. But we suppose and admit the reality of the
fiction of duty, he sold out a comfortable home and I'm lost, forever lost! I might have done was administered rather increased the social -81 25 From Enenos Ayres, S. A,-S30. it. There is something in the most forbidding ter th no to the he of worst that can be stated or felt. Here the
and farm, and throw himself into the hands of y ., I i .1 I because satisfied 1rent a farmer's wife-$>, one penny out of avocation around which a man may twine pleas- wr h. er tells, there is s to .. ,, ... .,, .,, .. ,,, , t , even in desiring every poem1 of users, ,-il ande- the year. ant fancies, out of which he may develop an thing gone to the heap of wrath. Every licen- less life. And so it would be if there were no
I .reh I I 1- 11 at with undue earnestness to "depart and be with From a bonest pride.-1rah Evangelist- tious act the lewd man commits, there is some- world to come, no spirit within us to be purified
writer was present at New Hope church, and I nught prepare for death, but my pain is so Christ," which, in itself, "is far better," that it horn a Christian grocer, Os d., being one -------- a 1 .1 7 1 by fire, and no millions of human and redeemed
heardnhnn make a plain statement of his con- severe that I can't do anythnng now. O, that is the dutyof the Christian in this respect to penny ni one week. WHEN BITALL I ANSWER "NOPs, creatures to be helped by us.
of I .1 . . the itinerancy, I had one year that I might repent. O, that I say, "All .1 1 .: of my appointed time will Through *_ year this records it a inet him. The hopenatent man Allowance should be made for the hour of
what he ha 3 1 ' 3, I his determine had one month. O, that I had one week, one I wait, 11 hange come."-Lye of If man has a weig t er measure of wrath to-day than paralysing and alienating grief, and for the shock
tion to carry he convict one and promises into Jay, one hour. O, that I had one minute, or Tennent. We I 1 = 1 with and furs .1 ..-5 is .. But does

eE ut. 8 eior th ya out ,da set I g is othatel might repent.lost 5 1. PANGE LINGUA GLORIOSI. these see n )or r bi 1 0 tena ooes v. .. hdnay el * -- e he n rathi . I I . rboa we li
be ready to at- ever !9 (ma un ") from Hereford hne a farmer sends him the *** night, he is richer in vengeance tnbunan w for? The snow shoeby placing the weight upon
tend 1 . = 11 orence. With these awful sentences upon 1. I, amount his calves 1- le Somebody in Ben- rose in the morning. He is eon y deepen- a broader surface, sustains the wearer. We sink
At ** .* * I I on trial ..phasis, he passed am ... gal, East ladies, a 1 I Fiom Pennayl- ing and darkenang his eternal portion. E ry because the base is narrowed to a point. The
and sout to the Troup circuit 1853, Whitesvillo There is no doubt in my .. vania he recetres 881. Evou in Dernerara some neglected Sabbath increasdes his store a til heart has lavished its affections exclusively upon
circuit 1854, Heard circuit 1855, and Jackson mind, that a large number of the population of one is moved to send a gift. Men of means every forgotten sermon a s a . . .' ., apeck, instead of taklug, in its
work 1856. Here his health falling todisqualt hell, like this poor man, in the article of death, are impelled to forward large amounts, 810,000> When El Ty wou dthyspiritchara, C en 30alipthTre eonntatra es 10f friends alleto the races and generations of
Hea n for qu we awas g at a would, if tl ey could ha ad little re(ip r $15,tM ft, and droutrastptbo y aen o senate, advice andupraC toe d tro risHn t ineto NT. The elemee ofO hapa ne t phaaveersb do

co ex 1 .. ... si a _, p. ...... ... = as .. soul together, by putting amde one penny for -r of wrath laid a Inst the da of wrath.-J. and our tender sympathles,
farence judged I I ' when he ruined them forever. Ought not this to be a every dress, accumulated 72 penny stamps, . p aga y have scarcely extended beyond the circle of

heaeth was so much restored, thato luC fe g ,, which she sent in the name of Christ to those in rroranswor-Nol A. James family ties and personal friendshi% At is a
-r eq bir, r in Sept., 1867. who were poorer than herself Apples of Gold shell of narrowness and selfishness which we

ther Ru h sap can f e y MINISTR NO PAID-WK Psaid 110111 may th a be ti o nde amber 11 ah le endt ea we ave been liv eg, even adigurus1 ivia5

1 .. 1 1 1 , , ..I .. >rt.- They are managed by boards have employment in it according to their capaci- ligious affection have been pressed into this


a so I reade uti a gpe rg8y m de I a / ,, , about by constant a he carry on th lioper tim some occup ionsorbotl rm nealp ishmed le t f If we neu b ho r
tive qualities; was a good pastor, visited his the church members who do not pay the preach- with judicial hardness. are taken, or the idol in which your being is
ok, andj a a sat r eedPf ae I r aw itt r c thanal th b et, e , , stituee ofh era by prayer alone, b/ ri i. - no ca OThose withe ch r dh ar their doorn that I ad I tmoo liz d of esso
ri r rival- characterized by a want of fairness; because the means, and of 4, If three days of darkness (during the happiness, and it is now shivered into pieces.
11 I 1 s cause fired his zeal, confined exelusively to one view of it. There carries on a work plagues 2n Egypt) was so dreadful, what will \Yhat is there left? If, on the other handyour

tnrok ddih sesqult e leds a ri ,,, ,, gPas,7P amPs t 17d iper enal a . eve5j dd jgshispeopleintostraits, ilk itsuppurp ee bplende"da dltsi debn
revival of religion on his work, carried on den other phase of this question. Fa herzGodor our sairst onf ter of *I. be will himself show a way to bring them out life, and your mind had been the mind that
1 L, 1: preacher and hun el There must be a cause or causes why there a . Inmercyanswer- NJ ag6.nExperience of God's raoreles greatly ag was in Chrest," how different, and how much

Aded to be chu h," e rt met a these ce a e samongdusMethodistein tlus The Business of Religion. gravates our distrusts and murmuring. morerce rful the conclusion that would have

Th.,u.vb 60 II ness was protracted and pa Mill, I are no I be and where ti cy have be antyo wo ne w eandhe akasec he an lf 1 pteermt an le at w I

ul c dded rt see s (10 rifty eved th a he tI it ? We the n Spefen: to hun on rhe subject : y be eve, that the fra and /ca hy .r < /rcr are n paid, as t and unen r ..1 the 1 L 1<1 on #1 led s ea na 4 awarames how toe o le will not be brought to a light est relythnis and inferior winter tset t ma i
be said, "I on in the hands of Godand i st but one that a supported by stubborn above I at 1 Ty 1 i I Trouble from Within of theirsans byanygentlermethods thanatortus .1 are are erucified with
ills w;!l that ishould he and pread, he not em Thirty seven year< ago ap now man who was such thing as :. I li The pro n:ue, :.1 oatured man bves always and thunders Claist, our sympathies and love are expanded
I am I in it othowise, I am tra yr IIts have f.aur appointments each born tu house, and who lunt I, du ** ll:< i neany paces the preacher has no service ex. the Prussian army came R.1,nelma lic lead mended Alary to the careof thebeloveddisciple,
tunes, were fis:1 an I r on mul ty. and since he comes round only been wi J and reek!,,-, but [.ed I wi:n .se on at nu n, [ have her cu plain : I -r .1 did not exclude tender solicitude for the world.
wl al, his beloved will m wh. be preaches between four and ed, and with his c un us...o dare c n U. IL I a in hw own is g .e. In Neitherdiddevotion to Jerusalem wallow up
pr yer h;s > .01 became ful and he re see abeen 2 month-escht at the outside desire to serve the Lord Jr a lic r w tri py unspeakub e and full of glory sing and ic.ngspentsn the work?" awhile at To gurnauth n c., a sh 11r I la he b tr I al, ...rure of he own had don t like the preacher, and don't care to hear The Cross is the exponent of an unselfshbe.

. . .. .. .: ::::?:ge;,;;;?;'EY:.net, ;t, ,1,: so ,noa q ul b 9 n ten am h ke e au a eao'tb uedu dGand n Iama vanir H3jtad b co ea t
all was at I we!l, and b < way clear to heav< e at least live days our of every ry WIde rk r I car ato da nahk temper in for once, be betra ed but utility says he as decidedly vulgar. Pride likes things in heaven. There is nothing sectional
to embeate ha 5, 1 employed at all, are not on. ed at the sight a neremi or a .cak n re ap IIy of the agry characters, fair speech better than truth, and pretty word in Christ. His name and spirit rebuke it. To

out er 171 ( e le::mnare work of do somerant dren, an.! resolve.l wh rb 1 un arr a , ni re a "inting bet ad hepr fl whTacee as I put on rist i the same timeeets nTi K Idf
ys the pr acher, "if milletent work ** .. ** 0.1 1: were the tran understand Pride does not like to come into close contact =1 1 I I.S.r f to '" Lord s and no b Incred that th of wnhi 180 D I Cross why a lb ave no su pacion that they with the poor, and is 1 ir i angry if at all a Ir 0 Jew nor Greek, male nor
bring mme at it one ne for rl. I I hm b cause they are bad, shghted by the rich. 1 . a my feelings female, bond nor free.

":3 f t';: 2, Ca'' i""",1,'2" .1 .. 7 3 "Let'", ."!',h voe ban a uked r t>ute h ws Sve an'Ehe sedo e of redem ion e(abraces allr dattions
ly of preachers who arrance the -that he would ,nt ok ha, or nei b. 0 3 r cure r 0 ) r co a are no 13 clo eted in thur others. Pride is often offended when it is not those who are imbued with its spirit The

:2 i;'::n".T,'o: 1. " " "TI"'aZ"C"el:d r dee n on rlyeecern e c rui et an g gr as bpon r ,o n d chs3
nod wabout the boundsor bus I have alway en I th r ny s lf jo la y r J Ib on .don orney he would come case us the w. rk I the 1...r I li nul I I i wue, or child, or gress and work' Father of all It is only when our existence
New liope Church, (from which in 1. of .n 11e car be met. at the depot, by some on the p.** n who ha r > J., I .. w..PL 1 ure pricued and --........- and its objects have been shut in to the merest
pr act.e1. by his brethrou with 11,@ -- km .mr). r, and <:rried to his ajpoinous nr. his own Isu.e 1:.u e .:elme xiser ro be n ten m n they nake, and wonder Breadon the Waters." atom and molecule of the great universe, that
uttles 110 leave a will and only J .'e- Eu I Insi. war back 10 the depot, and re plica with unan but i: 1..r it. I ..e he I 0:> are permitted to float along A missionary says: A few months since a this convict I
wants his low to J I.till to be seen and heard have not the men:<, a is plan rna ] no thr I they never anifered to have a stranger came to the Burman chapel in 31aul- possible. In
like.esiteas a *"* ***SaturdayorSunday nutthopersonendathewalkartheler-ints.o I *n endarians Andthevery mainandappearedtojoinheartilyintheworship audidolatryl
I : u of seven day* be employed a part of has not yet a unt life in a field of norties to of God. On inquiry, he told us that when a a death, abd despair for want of enlargement,
" O, That I Had OnoSocond of Relieffrom 1 In serving these people, and yet he Auto; upon thu pr.mli. e Iw bee in t > 1 ray b r it lul, worrying retupers boy he attended a little veruncularmissionschool and the liberty of the Lord's Spir2t. When
Pain that I Might Repent." I at ther bushaupport for housell and far means, an I rewer the lander skin we had in Mosoon, in the south part of Maul. God, in his providence takes away the objects
A inan who prefered to be at n:v.rell'E i c right had he to the sup a .sn.] vm v were set down main; that after he left school be went to re- around which our affectionshavebeen gathered,
Ilved r of for fiona the town f --, an 1 l..n-ls p. rr ci.urch, rInn that local boother who = ile lai i .. in er he unk wirb sheru, side at Natmau, about ten nilleafrom 31aulmain, he evidently designs to berate, and to lead out
He tol e aled the idea of experimental r ington, 7 [ one or two canons each Babl..ath ( Fo..pts tl.ought to.r, old tire, madness, enthoria na 0 we ..new ameher normater an an ad. viry little fo >3 on bara died, and now he had returned to town to reside, odors of the broken vase are not lost, but set
saym; (La< st was its.ng for an e..in.r., who slopensed about ttw same was so s:Insterned cl. he us. ..!..,.4 to all for a rd / 11 re and wished to be baptized 110 told us that he free. i
nothenche crazy women and children On in, a at id..r to the one before nuntioned esture, /qi Ar war, or< I be up -- had never worshipped idols once he attended the
day while he arol others were engaged 11 werk It rk so an ecce men of assngle men her to praying end so asa 1. c. r ,; .,w -a incre lur < F yed Gicat Deal Fe b onal 0 Amusements. the school, and that his wife, previous to lier shall realize when the narrowness of self and its
ene on a t.al, he began to rail about re.;;ion to d., In wh in b:A e:rcuir, during the year, to ly People from Ibe Ido r Al Jer cave sense very peru death, had also given up idol worship. He was near modifications are crushed out of us, andwe
ap re or: ot the hands worLing with lain, and we ab 5. Instrumentshty of the local km, sent money othew < alk1 1.. we the or r per, re let 0 ..o lb t...J. ney or our age and baptized a few weeks since, and appears to be a attain to themindof Christ.
. to than and .. 8 1 brah. 0 in 1, ahbouch some of than labored phans and 1. ft e-methine to hap I.au are when a d oI i us no east on ra.:y to ass ill, border sincere believer in Christ We know of devoted believers who for years,
as aimeatre = .* * = . rI they not away : lu r ., worid from the church, "Several thousand in Maulmninand Amberst have kept their beds, unable to feed themselves,
prole scrappeared in theerow.1, an I s.,n.e ofthe . r r . . ... He left he own base an d unk a larger < I .0 noble aulumuents 110 have had the same religious advantages in our Are such examplesof patient suffenny without
party asked he, opinion, stalong what had been . a a ., a Finally he moved ..ur from :1, city r hbi ,.4 say of use ace given pe. schools as this man, Moung Bah, had. How their value to the Church and the world ? There
sad lk-wav and catablished ti 1remen' Or; Lan by Jim cul r u: nap to :n all:arbar:00, *He not con- many will be found at the right handat the last : .1 I .. 1 infirmity have retired
There a vald the ad condousan, web 1 u; <.1 y leaches were called upon to con. ]urn lie began th:s in I 4 An 1 now let u< "h.st I re : bu w 1.0. I " t..r nod to hu we i 1 he role of the most is day, God only knows; but He says to us, Be . = 1 any hand, but they are
anal you, sir. 14.50 ad did untribute handeemely to pay ride out to see ought to be 'n : or the labor Much they thouselves had wordsof the IIrurol Times of the morning is 110 p n .0 ri ord:rmy Agree the J he c or ce no cal injury nod perpetual return unto me void.' Be not faithicss, but and they can hear witness to the fauhfu:uess of
ng to s..ilucro s in on 1 Where a the jusnee ? a "Mode rn Marvel n love a I rhe a narch U..-, it due en on or rl.e ci un ls l ou will God prof < believing.'" the promises, and the comfortof the Holy Ghost.
people as you have just been doing \au ha! iruer than that "the laborer is It is but a half hour s ade, an<] a are cave becan a lo, as riuy incream in wealth. can runtly We have seen believing men and women, bereft
betters audon your principles, repent of ).nir to truer the thickly settled enects 01 (1.0 or end a ader .1 L mercee that I e it re< utres a keen eye Labor for Christ. nod sorely strict. .i r., . .
sun and be a d:ilbrant man l ou don : La w th. n the the a cr:A has hire hill, sky a winding war. foun whub we look Ir he go a or ab. H owns r to diser wn a thor pleasures and ex This word 7copos, Rev. il: 2, signifying as it
her econ you may be called on to die, an.! yu .Ln ] past as usely as tledwilisee heat (be labor, down open a 1..wig a sea I v. e pray It aII I He see to it 11, 1 rul. I d toshb. rang Asian fr. H. ** * = the solems reflections to every When we have reached the point where it seems
es . . lic with .. I, I J To wbtch "" I opera, or, II * ** = wr at working for his Lord. This is what Christ looke that we have nothing to live for, we have really
:e unk s of im., rac assess nearly of our Methodist of drus ami n& fl. Ls..( in p quu:!1 bc w b is . tod serv' *sken for in His servanta But how often does labor come to a vantage ground of usefillness The
our cuate pr< 0 her b low, Ict their charges and their my on the down J at aha ) n pm a n neare stral to that which which esteems itself labor for flitu, at loss to ourselves is a gain to Christ, and we are
** was apped before the b Ler be found no where < a Gw have 6< nh cl dog tr a : 1:centions, that shortof this, and, perhaps. in our day nTie now furnished for earnest work.
vara or (,ad, but the advice given wa at TE, of 8, my brethren, when Conference it is in auth a spot of .pt:. runs! he my, near crence we rs., rr unla.en puty aG 0 to royce more tempted tomeasureouttothemselves tasks IIow can any Christian be without something
beedal True enough, as the old n an b al me :-, <<.5< e y..ur v .rk, and then, by the help .11 Ap,.; a on e.n to ach a nu blages, too inadequate than those to whom an office and to do in a world hke this, full of suKering, and
saul, death resus * and a a v. and thus by a two fold means t * = = F. r lot * < on- < re heater < eso r and however colon on. the d' ministry in the Church has been columitted sin ? The thing that is next to us invites effort.
exper. My t ahe, = ** ph at a mider war brahren both more able cle Wanderers Our day r e.1 1 rhe our & le >:.-1. : a .au( not inue n.axuu. .ne a: the war J, neither the because they measure of their own day's task to Reduce the misery in your own neighborhood,
dealt nure b nolly wou blus than:m:zy wa 4 aral m.we miling to enpport you phan Villace," a o'(-five at 10<, non a ad l" le v aid, it any man love themselves. Others lu their calline have it and increase the comfort and happiness. Take
arnl 1.Id 10.0 that he would rurely dw m:J il. LAY>Los large hears, w: I of. \v:rb v a 11< was convinced ol th. trash or tl or plats of flows : I n so us I ri n who is it exactly the nutuber of hours which we please, be content and thankful for any open door, so it
stactua ** E.r lw ional have I su.'any I in pedent order opened re is .er brink We are responsible to no man, and when labor- enables you to do a kind and helpful oilice to
Inflain on:. n had resolute.y se:7,4 some a I **I Il list 2111 fffflfilff, are two la n or < us,0.< to lis ; r J a great ,, ,, ,, *sunb** ers thus apportion their own burdens, and do the body or soul of one for whom Christ has
organ,; trou, and 11 whah Law in je rho anace in-m the ancient from day to day, how near the danger that they died Empecmily let us sometimes go beyond
at w,., He the runs a ni the child:en, wl, cli coin a ti alive 1 .r 1. n to me w I e press to 5 re r I '1 1.1 aniselves and make their the limits of kindred, and the tether of self.
P or, June ed vacu:u of m:a and death b co on the at from the epon wuelows <1 the hool on1 J. 1, will his-1 r .ar hadun I .3 they should have been be watched and nurtured
unre 1,<.nest y elected as he was r.quit fored Whiteft id. W Tennent, and Torn the hol to to or to n of rel., on, it no t ru arer care I -mebutismust not always

I >** * I I ro}L tro a re ,.7 u s. 7 ca weas 2. news at I dt) hircr. s lone Iler, they e.t*, bl rr I ce force in Jro iu I as a at idequ nds From the New orleanscimuman Aeroests abide in the nest. Our religion is uniledged as
religion who had so krud'y and honestly usin-r li ta n Mr Whall bl was last in that country ed man who has beer le I us his a 1. t in-m rnJeration be kuowra NOTHING TO LIVE FOR.
a to pr< pre to Use, and 11r amather of .117 at ps:d b.rn a rent as be passed ing up clus a ab ,,., .w he s a gn al -le..I 86 unto ail on n This expression has often lidlen .1 * : ,, it. If he hdasnot, do not wait for the
Itke invol the a w Josey <)ne day alter dinner at tants and co labor.rs Vverviland was ]:Le I ail it bc .nt we nod is etain:y they that of the pious. And yet we question < the bolt that shall shatter the bough.
They < me to law l.cdsule.aud I tlankolkre d a na. L-.ave, w:rb oi her naintererse, if r W. clock work The r number of orphan, to 1 my a own d< <1 sh all a great deal go.,, re 15 1 to 1 man so not n Christian erateness and truth of it in most rengthens the wings and gilds the
player for law, but all was imilk n, for 1: was adve I to the insuration two I 0 v 2,. 11< km at "Lord, reach tu law to pr ? Amply because he 1.as do tred, or resolved, or 1 ion in which it is pluined
too la e.as he solornud thou, to prepare for ll:e the pre ent nine II ,o, and I al plus prayal, or ruela .0 e!T>rr to be a Chrurian lie I ** I ." I II I .1 views of life than
a...col z is, ..s he .. run forced to make ( w/ou.1 web the burdene of time day, de ties econeh to bil the I now inin., Honor Yout Busme"" may base kne sil rlieve and not have gained ni -- -1. I a 11 = J of the Christian TnE CoxaAst-When Joseph Sutoliff was
1 the at J. c. re I in as that in a short created a a = ur rd they ul;.0 n in as proud of he the pardon01 God \ p.ran is not new artly faith and revelation, there are many circum- near his last hour, he said: "lhave been think.
It appeared ll.at he wantal a seen t art.r- r:n., 1,- = = < when be should are eghte ** n * lin g are we moon 1('hravan t..esuse he n determined to love stances that may lead to this utterance of des- ing of the difference between the death of Paul
view with no awl br 1601 1 I wh 4 brut he appealed to the . r andy inth Chrut, an.) to past all h:s amust in him one pair. A man whose interest in life tenninates andof Byron. Paul said: 'The time ofmy de-
found n opportuntrybi * unt was not their consolation, to ] their pslownisr businus anI dealine thern maybederem:.nedrabeold:.ortobeaseholt.r, inhimselforinhisownironiediat.efamily; or partureIsat hand; butthereislaid upfor me
the rown, 1.0 began 1. ? * ever:dly avented, except Mr. T t= .ns u.1,rrorate bc .u la :aud me by he aini <.r near he enhe r Men dererunce to ac. to whom theendot living is in physical enjoy- a crown.' Byron said:
a wrong in oppo a; who ni in no secruing to take httleinterest work, and places nre secure] tor than in t hris nee at entran Isle b J 10 mout, or the pleasures and success of business,
but was del.nu.sue.] so rl n Mr W tapped him on the Dan faindies wl., n f le y le:.1e (Iw insatanor, nu n tier, .ed ; aborously d May all t I, polities or literature, may arrive sta point where I
not to abance his cause I have, a nd he. use, 8.1 3 Will. brother Tennent. you This however, as but a >:0.11 [.::rt of (1.0 work G>r: to I * . a these objects are utterly and hopelessly gone.
been a great permen:or of you two I have are rh ..Iit man amongst us, do you rejoice to earned on by Mr 11ul!ct lic ha e tabluhed and go a If mere enjoyment and happiness, in its com- INFIDEL Paossorras--An infid 1 seeks to
saul many thus.;s about you that were very ri.e.;k cl.:< p.nr line to so near at hand, when Ruday enal day sc hools not ..n!y in lirtural, but nt. Our, li!I b ; :.ve or th p.ur-hou I asy I make proselytes on the same principle which
wrong :mi II for as to enve-de--p p.a w.;I be called house an other large towns, and through he agency them a ra : rip ha .ually man that he do.< ro.t rmly lose and trust Itegen- a- in causes little children to r- st it for a bed.
your bu e. two or three years. Mr f 6 untly answered, "I have no wash 10,000 set.o:ars have been a true ed, rW. plus Ji: el cratson co.ue*rs in I **-- rhe heart and not years are numbered. It happens that the allow-heis afraulo/ rlonein the
when you bred in town, ten see of you (10.0 sunply the sincer = A change of dividual is bereft, in the surniner or walter time lark
use some perstan or word in lamily pm or .11r \\ 1rew J has again, but he said No plished is truly a neural th er has no parallel on oriener us e 4.iine roults le rn neglect and even the will natural follows, but never produces a of his age, of those for what he -v lud-- *
against your cannot that I noden it :s no pe sure at all to me, and if you history The expenditure user year we 3174,. contenq r o: a Mana bu lo, .L inan should change of atteewm Flower, and leaf, and branch are 1..( WATER is not a fashionable beverage for
you and aganst rebyton, but I < = 1 a a w y .i:r duty at would he none to you 1 .'45, and the total expendaure ince the year put he beert .:an ev iy:bm; that 1. catch one word to use against Lou I .caverly have weLang so do with death, my bneaness as lxat istla[>,000 Ts Thore is nor n ).roleson aba has nor e- p en A Retraw at 1 Ferry verre once seemed a have lost their dehoacy as avenues of grateful tal one for drinking your own.
I ] would have de troyed to be lone :wI vin-as well as I can-and comes of the [Lble, 1[ r si veratu on 10 man all escape longa weary palarian age to usake It now seems sensations. Contemporary men and women have
< ei r li- I an-unal of the Psalms and .0 m.o com trues ural bo oks annagern., .7 0.aopy husine < .10 mechant but a step and pt a;..ne the way are broken passed, and t 11 We think this thing will bebestforueto-day,
male the old brother related this part of the n .. * r have been enroulated I a:J are yI was more foreshly struck than ever bare ,1]r W still urged for as caphest answer, if artes have been sustmened or a cost of an: ( all othe foolpmes sacred under (1@rr drafting dust, glecu fortune he has sought has eluded his grasp, or thing. Poor fickle creatures that we are, we
well rbs following verses of the P abwe The it we 1. It to his own choreo For the erectan and tunnislang the he lang< hun..:n or our-, w:lb tria.x, unwelcome June naunds where the was is fresh wilb the water. has melted away from his possession. He flede need the decision and coutral of infinite wisdorn
wicked watched ** 0.. and seeketh to Air U. replied, "I have no choice about it, $300,000 has been exponded, and yet 311. Mul. and apar2t tiring necessines. It as the very sug of tears, abadowseven wbmis we should not himself without a country, after long years and to take care and save us from present and eter-
slay him.'' "TI 2 11 *ot leave him in lam God's servant, and engaged todo his basis ler never hits made an appeal to the public, new wantonness of fbily for a man to search out the forget. We will garner the sunshine of these prayers for its welfare. 110 feels himself to be nal shipwreck.











186 SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE. Vol.xxx. No.47

for this purpose, and a central committeein aP- is the conservative power of the country. The Conference in 1816. He was stationed in perfrotion of Christ's bumanityas an evidence of nation, hereafter to serve God and walk with Us tain information the frst day of Conference.
gg gg (IS WH QA 2. pointed to receive the funds secured, to select peace, the patience, the quietness, the hopeful. Charleston as long ago as the year 1810, was His3dt"inst ible is the ficat and last book of re- r, The I sh e tosh a 1 cobjoforedble T J rea ierse unrnhargtchof ow the recipient of the benefit, and to make all ness of the people-the chief earthly blessings as hglan. It presents the only true, universal and day morning with a great deal of pleasure, the Consolidated Fund, will in every case sepa.
necessary arrangements for his education. left to us-are fruit of that gospel they are part of the Conferen absolute religion of God, both in its preparatory rate the amount the charge is assessed lbr the
MACONGEORGIA.NOTEMBER22,1867 gheFloridaConferencetwoyearsagoengaged preaching. But for its blessed iniluencethis cuispreacheretc. processorgrowthunderthodispensationofthelaw Bishops, and label it, "Bishop's Fund,"and
-C in a similar work. It hasaCommittco on Edu- country would now be a very bell; and it will y a on the Tallahassee Data ,n aca was and the promise, and in its completion upd" UTTES OR 11(8. le fu% 1 Cormoli too on ,10 a run
WORK TO BE DONE. cation. They select young men needing asmat- yet corne to be, on its present line of travel, un- now. third wife. Well may it be eatly and respectfully asked, that these lunds be
The Church has a work to do, that should be anoo, who professtobe calledtopreach, and who less the principles of the gospel can maintain said of him, no longer delayed. It must begin to prepare can give satisfactory evidence as to character their ascendancy over the popular mind. God flicts has he passed.' Yet be preache. for education men for the ministry-or and aptitude to learn; they choose the school and His ministry must save us, or we are a almost youthat vigor, and Li, sermons are very portent theme" Dear Advocale-This cisceit soon after the Those brethren who do not expect to attend
rather, as w deoem best for the present, in the for them, estimate the expense and divide the doomed people. Let not the people forget this inst A h live long yet, to bless the Church a st l>xl with an autheirity that is ab olin ctlfu" war was supplied by the Rev John M. Richard roe cenrte etla ro w hdeo tio ve toease
ministry. We do not propose tourgue the need among to the several Districts, to be collected -let them be grateful, giving thanks to God, and the world II. P W. edify, warn, a chear and encour son, a inted t k 2t to v. Benya- send up their report and money by the Presiding
of a cultivated ministry. Everybody will ac- and paid over to the Commistee. Bonds are for a ministry, who are ready to encounter want, "Nashrille Advocate will please copy." no other book. It seizes man in the g bee as cal minister of the circuitav Elders.
knowledge its necessity. The ignorant preach- given that the money so used shall be refunded, destitution, alllletion, to give them this gospel, I depths of his intellectual and moral con- having shared with the citizens in the troubles JAs. STAct, Ch'n.
er, who makes no improvement and no effort to- if the beneficiary should not become an itiner- and constantly and zealously to reiterate its RECENT PUBLICATIONS. stitutionin sderT 9 tpoo to q keof tte son a of the war, he was well posted with regard to Sumter, S. 0, Nov. 13, 1807.
ward it, is not acceptable to any body. Our anc. truths, that obey may not be forgotten. And let Tr with the unseen, and with the great Father of the charge. So he cheerfully entered upon his 1 onferesco convenes Dec.
economy makes th imperative that the preachers So the work is begun. Let it be pushed for- the gratitude of the people take shape, in provi- . si -sa :- I spirits. It acts like an all penetrating and all reesh uTdistineranitlewilloralo h it geda n 501 "I '-* Members and visitors
study, that they may graduate to orders. Yet ward. God will hold us all to a strict account ding for their wants, that stern necessity may a I ** *** 1 transibrming leaven upon every faculty of the tirely tore dow or br 0 by Railroad will report at the Ticket
thedisadvantageounderwhichouryonagpreach. for our stewardship. Past nufaithfulness has not drive this ministry from the field. Let mind and motion of the heart; it enriches the the churches, using a R. Depot. Those who come by pri-
ere labor are great, and are a perpetual embar- brought ruin upon us. Let Christians begin to there be thank offering, as well as giving of I ITa etc jnudit enitve at worship at several points on the circuit. The , il of L Ed-
rassment. For wantof abetter systern of train, make provision now, that what God bestows thanks, and the Lord will blems the people, yet Christianity it controls the pus ions, it quick- people were thankinl and took courage, that J. W. GLENN, Pastor,
ing, there is vast waste of power and influence, upon them hereafter may be used for his glory. more and more, I I I 1: r \kFer- i ,- 11, it there was all C 1 0, a cr Opeleka, Ala, Nov. 18-2w
If the first two to four years now spent by our ------- I* i. I II < .7 Cher- I it of 1 wa vine and
young preachers-n:cre boys too often-in im- The Twenty-e2ghth of November. THE MOVEMENT BEGUN. ry street purities, sanctifies, enables the wh le man, and SW = = cho h resol ng t do her duty THE FLORIDA CONFERENCE.
perfect study and hortatory work on a circuit, It has become customary to set apart one day Since our article on making a move towards The proceed of this Lecture are to be applic I I' and the pastor laboring zealously, God blessed THE MEMBerts or THE FLoamA Conan-
were passed in acquiring education, it would add each year Ibr special thanksgiving on the part providing the means of educating young men to buying artificial hmbs ibr maimed Confode us with times of refreshing from his presence, a .
from ten to ftfty fold to the fruits of their subse- of all the people, for Divine favors. The day was in type, we find that the Tennessee Confer- ate soldiers. The title gives a good outline = , ,, ,, and many additions were made to our church; tl >
quent lives. And what we now wish to see the stated above has been so set apart, by the Pres- ence has begun the good work. The Nashville its contents. It is sound argument-well put- haht for 1 . eak, food an can a rth tdevivail tp its" dpsrevails th9e meriberanofithe classest e zaminedee
Church do, first of all, is to devise some method ident of the United States, by the Governor of Christian Advocate of last week, contains, we Dr. Y. wields a trenchant blade. Dr. Smutuars for the he . it has a now at the close of the present conference year, meeting of their Committees. Chairmen of
by which such young men can be put upon this Georgia, and perhaps by Governors of other presume, the plan devised; but that paper has says, argumentatively and conclusisely, that Dr counsel in precept or example for every relation I can say, we have better church Committees will please inform Dr. Anderson of
system of mental training. It must be done, if Southern States. We are called upon to review not reached us. We are indebted to the correa. Y. utterly demolishes the unpious and mischiev- in life, a comfo rtcj o o IT, too the Whitefield cironst, than we han , n the time for examination of their several Com-
Methodism is to keep abreask of the world, in our year, and to call up the many tokens of the pondent of the New Orleans Christian Advocate ous book to which itisareply. 1Yesay impious, liiTI s the only one of which we never tire, war, and our church is in a more healthy con, mitte so thlat all necessadremar n me a may
its intellectual progress. Heavenly Father's goodness, that we have re- for an outline of the plan. He writes: because it troduces the image of God though in but which we admire and love more and more ditwo than Ihavee evTmknown it.of the Confer- immediately a : = 1 lay delegates.
But a truce to generalities. Let us come to ceived. We cannot sympathise with those who Among other important matters brought be, ebony; and mischeevous, because if the negro an proportion as we use it. Like the diamond' ence, the Northern Methodists have done us no G W. TAYLoa, )
something praelical. We treat the subject in have no heart to observe the day. It is true, fore our conference, was a plan to organize an can be persuaded he is nothing but a boast, iceasts its lustrain every direction; hke a hure. They have got but few members from C. G FJrE, 0 Committee.
reference to the fact, that there are Church Col- there may be no ground for exultation-there Aid Soelety, to furnish assistance for worthy and therefore not heldto usural responsibility, he e morehit i 1 klendthek re ute sweet- our church, and just such as we can do well J. T. Bun. )
leges inoroonvenient to all the Conferences, well may be a gloomy prospect before our people- young men desiring an education, preparatory to may make a free use of gunpowder and arsenic or is its fragrance. 9 without; for we are a little afraid that some of Nov15-3w
adapted teaccomplishthe work proposed. These the future may present an unsolvable riddle- entering the Christian ndnMry. The paper -burn, steal, rob, commit any outrages to which etmb a e yfoo to y t thch To the Members of the 8 0. Conference.
we would use. and, an much, the tokens of a universal prosper he may feel inclined-and icar to EN THE Goarms, By Richard they could serve God. I suppose they have In answer to numerous inquiries:
Having the means of giving the requisite ity may be wanting; yet, with all this, there is portance of the measure, prominent members of meetin the future state than his bruties baboon public. hw k ChaDies Archbirh C found out that the sparitof Northern Methodism Ti vi a 1 Manchester train con.
training, we want now the pupils, and the finds aoundant reason for giving of thanks, when we the Conference proposed deferring action upon or gorilla. If he be nothing but a boast, then 1867. For sale by J. W. Burke 0. is not a Christian spirit, and that the seeds at 12 o clool M. Close cCo\ coR, at me ie
for educatinig the e firstby taking those young dprrra ons re aGive no Tf e e sheen a)5ep o a ft u3 ama ee treated as no astb; invoin no et to z] [ i alfrmn this a 1 are tale i le oe ig ro a sao a dte e 0 a Chalotete H 0 at

men who are admitted to the Conferences its flore is cause for gratitude on the part of sin- ing influence espoused the bill, and eloquently and responsibilities, he cannot indeed be reduced sitionhis acquaintance with tbo hermeoeutical But we have much wl ereon 1 .1 1 We 11organton leaves Sali bury at 6 I 2 o'elock,
perfectly educatedand instead of souding them ners, who have abused hfe and rendered them- g , n, a ,, . . to slavery, for slavery implies an ephical charae- writers of every age of time Church, his + s -'th that the I the AM on Mondays, Wednesdj kand rid s,
on a circult, send them to a College, for as long selves worthy of Divine wrath. Here is reason ' ter and relation, but he may be trouted as an ex at [tetions from them, his clear insight been made glad for us, and = Morganton,
a times circumstances justify, or their deficien- for thanksgiving if there were no more. But a Id be no delay. The plan was adopted, and or an ape-made to labor at will, or killed an abstzuse passages, and the ease and clearness of. we reptee eve. =i I II = = Returning, the train leaves Morganton on
eies indicate-whethercue or four years. there is more-much more. We are per- without efort or previous-intention. Between cording to convenience or caprice, wnhout com- his diction, all recommend his expositions of a la 1 I to God, that we have a name
We would do more. We would have the plexed, but not in despair; persecuted but not I punction. In addition to the demolishing argu- Scripture. Wehavebeen profoundly interested with the many people within the mighty bul- r .
presiding elders hunt out young men, who feel forsaken; cast down but not destroyed." God = > meet of Dr. Young, Dr Blackie has furnished a in his views on various difRcult passages in the warks of Zion an close conne to a unde at /ar see ad
called to the ministry, and yet are deterred by has not abandoned us to wrath, and bad as earnest thusiasmbfel kni st lauTe to most valuable contribution on the unity of the Gospels, and as we always wish otbors to share Tnos. J. Snivows Columbia. From Morganton to Kingsvil a

& thneo n in;rom muteringdit andtba in thhage taredhey ru ghtL w rse.e Many mere et beeol90giperaol rS oolbor cliatr of Bibl 1 Lit which hei tep 0 1ly:.1 t lisuImia 0 0 1 In ee 1 a (lof adingea Rich Hill ot., S C. Conference. 22 1 ? hour" r E,- ,,il. I .
properly recommended by those who know their them are members subscribing one hundred dollars each, good style, by cur su rprising young friend, the bill." Mr. Editor: Since I wrote you an August, ganton and
obaracter and habite-their gifts and grace. It We b ve had no such der stating pestilence, odeltdn 8 e t a reojd 0, < er mes W. MaFerria, son of Dr.,J. B. He A Ltrix Roosu. By William B Silber, A leltave b)db e n aP ec re Ri act t from Iresid t Turner, Com my
was the custom of the fathers of Methodism ch tary and Treasurer, at Nashville, and each Pre. M. College of the City of New York. A which lasted nine days Thirty-seven were add- Shops P O, NC R. R, must be obtained
press such young men into service-to lay then !* I been mu sickness, it is true, but siding Elder's District with thirty subscribers, S Barnes& Co. Sold by ,T. W. Burke & Co ed to the Church, and about twenty professed and exhibited at the ticket oilices. This will
commands on them-to make appointments for generally of a mild type, and, comparatively, the entitled to an auxiliary soelety, with privilege of A Canal o ri 1 nd II1jLY Sc c This book begins right. Here is an Epitome conversion. An old ministerof the Conference, entitle the minister to travel for half fare,
them; and but few dared to refuse obedience, deaths have been few disposing of all their funds according to their Special Reference to Manisters and Students of Latm Grananiar, to be learned "by heart,,, remarked that he had tiever seen the Divine Brctbran are evited to visit the undersigned
lest the Spiritahould be grieved. Many of our Our fields have been generally fruitful. Those own desire and discretion The beneficiaries are by John Peter Lange, D. D, in Connection before the young student gets his head bothered presence more gradously manifeated. Another in Charlotte, Mecklenburg FemaAe *
ablest preachers, in early years, were thus thrust who have planted for bread anote than for riches, tonbe recomruendedh rtheirre pect a t"t with a InsC e Sea ent Europe 13 with attempts at reading, translating, and pars- :.. .. r a 3 .. al.-. . = s of h9rm Challotte, N 0, Nov. 6, 1867--Nov 15-2w
out by their elder brethren, and it could be have had a large return for their labors. ere auxiliary society, to whom application for old 1 J. W. Unrke & Co Price SD er volume log, yet having to refer to the books for every days. This was, to the Church, and all'con- ------ -
done again to great profit to the Church, if ju. is bread for the eater and seed for the sower. made, and if I ] 3 2 inflection, variation and rule-in short, for what cerned, one of i 1 .1 .. been my To the Members of the 8. O Conference.
diciouslydone. The subjects can be found- Even the staple crop has yielded better than note is given *, *. ( . We have before noticed this invaluable work 0 htfirsttobavaboon utintohisheadbywhicli privilege to att, I I tre added Dear Brethren: You,- .= to
now can we find the meana ? was for a long time feared it would do. It may furnished, and he attends whatever school is se- and our attention is called to it apin, by receiv- ug p to the Church, and about 20 converted Conference by Railroad, ol 1.1 *I 4 m.
For these we must go to the Church. We el y expense slo p ith plic perhaps elected % hi ir c hes iceety, anticnet le. ing the IXth vohan a 001' tel IITestanentT only can iulinadedan accureade alwher.b b heTil ethis b IPjou tes 2} r I .how a a ( a th{ I a
only need the organized system for directing one hundred dollars for each year of regular Ep me, n an ginning to mustrue the languages, with the Walker, was efective at these meetings. He The next morning you will leave Sahsbury at
them into the proper channel. And we have -would have be n, had not Providence been ministertal labor in the Conference, until the This is the fourth volume, we believe, now pub Grammar at his tongue's end, and this author preached 21 times in the 23 days, and a nobody 61 o clock and arrive here, at 12 M. 1
facilities for organizing such a system. Let us propuious. To 11sm we should be thankful for note is cancelled In the event he fails to en- lished in this country it is tratulated by an makes provision for this process, in his well- lurrt The train from Salisbury to this place, is tri
begin at once-begin this winter-that we may the fruitful seasons, and not make Him respon- ter or continuing the regular work, the aidfurn eminent divine, P.ter Schaf, D. D, assisted by arra d Epitome. Then in has Reading Les- Yours, ete, V. A. Sun. 1 I s. I It I but
get funds on hand to commence this work of ed- a ueltfo the vicis itudes of tr e, which as t be saof r fenr ca site or a eralbother clen as 61 d a een lelled y sons e has notes and copicue References, in Waukeensh et, Florida Conference, trains, one on Saturday and Tuesday before
aca on anoall ]The ch Conference lay the foun_ have made mistakes in our ventures, let us take bers or h ooj mory tbo principal items of Biblical at 0, kn ang aught of his work, g man sco n 4,h n e odm otdod gl d y mr me iche f }beaT inant ference assembles; so.you will only be detained

nation for an Education Society. Here may be the blame to ourselves, and he more sagacious the plan: it will be published soon; if Imake would be without it willingly. Et is a perfect and Bullions, so that the pupil may use either Advocate from nearly every portion of the 3 1 -= J comxag to
the organic head. An anziliary society may be another year. Meanwhile, we should be grates any mzatake you can then correetthe error. The mine for the sermonizar-always supposing that for reference. There is besides a Vocabulary South, I I, i -,- to see so few from the Conference, will please inform me at once,

di Ide or i )iIstr ni tEe dprt 1 n ee 1 obee(esleft to involve our. nunt sos n a le e 1ano Isle in tactsm t a ned6 2 i am ex a : tte zeam aT ioon.teal e a however, f some on Qfb e in ablaoje Morgenton, K C, Evrom 3G BowMAN.
educate one young man for the ministry. It It ought to be a subject of grateful thanks- annually, enough to keep three young men at The following will give some idea of the plan of els. ings w lieh have not b n reportqi to yu and I To the Ministers and Lay Delegates of
might give a more direct and efficient interestin giving, that amid our anomalous social and poll- school all the while, the work. The Commentary is divided into the Bo. Ga. Conference.
the work, if every District educated a young tical changes, there has been so little of disorder --- three departments, undeceach conuccted section A CourtETE ErvMotour of the English Lan. . .t The Ministers of the South Georgia Confer-
man from its own limits. The surplus beyond and violence-that the public mind, doubtful "Union not Desirable of the Scriptures. guage suglo Saxon, French, N Coorgia Conference, euce who will nor *

thanta e atrh pm ade oor e g sinod di turned as it isg unprecedented legis to 6 inc aingulart mantle ema i e d integ call. The st department enta nord ci do of loRS s a Si theS 1 fi I t ir t } ch rds re the IFresi)ing Eldus to end
men, who have not aueh strong friends, as the lence to every tradition in which it has been Church, South, that it is resisting all ciforts at critical explanation of to words:uri phra es of ly spelled, accented and defined. By Win. .
Church of an entire Distriot may be presumed eduested, waits patiently and acrenely, for time union with the Northern M. E. Church. If the texts. accordia the princlples of grain W. Smith, dwum tunUum." tized. Five applicants yet to be received,
to be. and wise counsels to remove evils, grievous to they read their own newspapers, they are guilty matico hist i ad vi is o no ti"dox N Y. AE For sale by J. R. M. Traises, ference, and local preachers who expect to at-
Now let us suppose that the Church purposes be borne. It shows the strong hold which reli of wilful perversion of facts. p, we mentators re given, in addition to the TV. Bluke & Co. Kom 11, 1867. tend the Conference tobeordained, wellsliplease
to do this thing. The Conferences lay the foun- grous principle has upon the Southern heart, A Baltimore Methodist writes to Dr Curry, author's own. This dBpurtment throws a vast The title page tells all we know. The aca- GriB1n, No. Ga. Conference aform us forthwith. A. M. Was
nation, and set the preachers to work to accum, and evinces a sublime faith in God, who will N. Y. Christian Advocate, in favor of reunion, deal of new light on the Scriptures, demical teacher who needs such a speller in his R. J. CORLEY
alate an education fund. The District-meetings vindicate the right, and bring good out of evil. The Doctor declines publishing, because "the ertual'he swo addepai m ut can o heis the course of study should examine this book. Be Ju y g t(Jurhmee6tingin Grillin ebegano C. J. Obivza!
take up the matter. They appoint, in each, a That He has given so much peace and quieteese, thing is simply impossible." It is not even tested by the text. The e views are mainly ing the newest on the subject, it may be the members only were so baptized with the Holy Nov. 1, 1867.
Board to superintend this laterest. The pre. restrained violent passions and kept us generally <, I r 3 .. 4. .1, or relate to the person and work best. Ghost as to fall the teniple with happy hours;
siding elder has convassed his District, and he secure in our persons and famibes and possea- a .-s a r, 2 . ar. The read rs will find this de. as many were reclaimed, and one added to the Georgia Teachers' Association.
has found a half dozen young men, exhorters, sions are reasons for giving him thanks. tor makes an argument even, such as it is. "It .. -, 1 son of Tux REv. R. M. 8AuNorms is again in the Church. The next several weekssixotherswere The next / r this body will be held
prayer-leaderslocal preachers, it may be, hoping But the best of all is, God has been with His would be demanded of us to withdraw from tral Sun of truth and holiness, from which e aliend aSb he a tPfo see to leave again for re {edlast month, Rev. G. J. Pearce has been I adayt emb next is 1 d Jail a
-expecting to join tbo Conference, but ignor. ministersandpeople; and ourown personal rela- Southern territory before there could be amit7 nate life and light upon all parts of the Christian ladies wh be confided tork n with us laboring in the fullness of the Spirit. I o'clock, A. M A number of carefully prepared
ant and desiring, at least needing, more educa, tions to Him ought to Lindle our profoundest between the churches." So theDoctorenceives system a may is car" Thirty-thine have been admitted to member. r = > . I I - pre
tion. He presents their cases. They are can- gratitude. Such revivals have not been heard of his Church asso hostile to ours, that even by let alThe thi 1 1 ttomi 0 eodw tree hiln the mean tim thoaCwish- allp, and perhaps fitt restored to the joys of ed. All teachers to the State ae invited
vassed. As many as the District can edneate, of in the South for years, as have overspread union the two could not make one church on the d. Effo b
the Board selects, and they are sentto schoolor this entire land. Whole communities have same soil, but there must be a total separation la e tdurpastorsiin repari nSennons adnd bus, Georgia. ope,' s the meet- a) to ob le mader cof 1 sh
College, as the case may be-the Board paying been stirred. In many instances, entire fami- of the existing elements, before the two organ- pulpit preparation; but is eminently sweestive, BUBSCRIPTIONs EXPIRED, ing a How mea. roads. 11. II TecKEn,
their way. It is the best investment of money lies have been brought into the Church. Back- isms can become one. Strange idea of union and exhibits a rich variety and applicability of to the time and President and ex officio
arer made---an investment in brains, in heart, sliders, by hundreds, have been reclaimed; and this. We supposed that a union would make Scripture, history and truth. Subscribers whose subscriptions have expired, , 3 , ,i It yet zontinues Chairman of Executive Conimittee.
18 working power for the Church. thousands holding to the Churchby the feeblest both one, whether on Northern or Southern ter. The Evangelical character of the Comments. a gee nodnet ne i awill pne ee reecssthe R W. BlonA.v. Nov. 22-2w
But some District has no such young man, tenure have been re awakened to see their and ritory; but the learn to Doctor seems to imag. ry maybe anticipated, from reading Dr Lange's Instead of the usual printed date after each Kow to Reach the 8. C Conference. A PROCLAMATION.
But it raises the money asked forand sendsit to condition, have devoted themselves amew to the ice something else, opinion respecting the Bible itself, as set forth name, there now appears in each case above Mr. Edetor:-I see in the last Advocate a It becomes all men, who i 1 li,
the Conference. Here comes a youth to join service of God, and have resumed their long The truth is, the chiefs of these emissaries in his introduction to the Gospel of Matthew mentioned, opposite each printed came, certain note to the presebers from Bro. Bowman. He nize and adore the Supreme
the Conference. He la pious, pronaising, studi. neglected duties. The voice of prayer and talk one way, and they another. They ought to He writes: black, illegible marks, intended to indicate the is mistaken when he speaks of the morning! train verse, laying aside, at times, their several avoca
ous, butinexperiencedand ignorant. There are praise is heard ascending from a thousand be exposed, and silenced. Let them tell the The Bible is the book of life, written for the expiration of subscription, and meant besides as from Columbia. The train leaves Columbia at tionsrst ultaneoudy wdbefore [alis Tbbrone
vast powersia him, but he needs discipline. He households, on whose family altare no incense truth-they come to "disintegrate and absorb." instruction and edification of 11 and na- a request to renew. For instance instead of 2 p . I .. I .1 1 . .= 1 liable and to supplicate protection and advancement
cannot get it at all, or at best but slowly on a had been offered for long years The latty have So Dr. Curry said long ago, and be sticks to it, tions. No man who has felt :- beauty on t* y for interests common to all
oircuit. The foundation needs to be laid by been awakened to a new religious life, and are Dr. Cobleigh was at the Northern Conference' Idth I r ton ed 0 >rildis one vo 2nielonor inths as heretofore, say, aPearuSloan, Octo- la the sin runa I i E know The people of Georgia have much tobe thank-
scholastic training. The schools the place for developing a zeal and interest in divine things, recently held in Atlanta. He writes thus about can unfold the extent of its influence for good. "Peter Sloan ........,, The lines I send you are correct, and contain ful for, and very much to pray for.
him. The income of profitable labor during his in the work of the Church, and in the progress "union," giving hm own and Bishop Clark's The Bible, like the per n arid work of our un..... information which Bro. B.'s publication does To destitution, unparalleled in their history,
future years will be increased many fold. His of God's kingdom, before unknown. Prayer opinion, andthatof other leaders on the subject: Saviour, is theanthropicin its character and aim In all these cases we beg that subscription be not. It might, therefore be well to publish the resultof protracted waran abundant harvest

twill be of double, iit nay bequadrup aval dec cl e-me e aforan r reinstat e in en P Bisbo Cr ,b enomp at re sR he nal weor (10 e 861 ,n god3by newed, our else we shall b compel d mine alsoTVe h e mmen d t e Sa"aus t n I (1 t
books. And it can be done, if the money is on have caught new fire, and have been clothed < ,i I' 1 .1,., the Word spoken of God may be said to have piciously. We have 111 pupils in all-38 of form of Government at of their own choosing,
hand. He can be taken as a probationer in the with new power in proclaiming the old yet pre- true object of < ('1 1 become flesh in the Elble. It is, therefore, all Burke's Weekly for Boys and Girls, them boarding with us. Five from Georgin. xfor cone ae twit e e xi8s e p

".."."d; admien tteori o due sea nov s I sh tle d oe neTY uo of a so ne rn eye uo tl wea) hto auPin I h t u t rday, in pMacona eae Rev. L Benn biography c not er ntd ornachir at or olyn
and he come into orders full grown man. known, and the generation coming forward is but when he came to be assured that such was in the Bible sustain a similar rettion to each dotes, etc, and is one of the handsomest dlus AIr. Editor: 1 take this method of giving ing the prevalence of better counsels, they find
It will be seen, that we are not arguing to preparing for a better service than that passing not the object, but that it was for the simple other, as in the person of Christ: they are un- trated Plans von vocNo report, everpubbell- notice, that the Rev L. Bellinger, of Walter- to day that apprehended tumult and violence,
have yonog moneducated for the ministry, as a away has been able to render. Is there not, in purpose of preaching the Gospel, and gathering mixed, yet inseparablyunitedand constitutcome ed in America. Prsee only two dollars a year boro, S. C, intends publishing at no distant day, have thus far been averted by an unseen Power,
profession; but rather that the called and ae- all this, emuse for thanksgiving? Surely, if le global peoplere the le tao coTeei odour life, which kindles hfe to the heart of the be- rub b act sectol pli ver I a book, which isr ir r :>v-ript :1 in- orp rather than that of all earthly agents and po-
cepted" should be educated in the ministry these facts are appreelated, there can be no re- The General does not believe that a union of I ever eral terms. All subscribers for one year will account of his c .= = i. a ) .
This is now attempted in the work; but the luctance-notwithstanding our temporal adver, the two Churches, with the spirit heretofore (In ewed hme bl j launtin and literary prnod be supplied with back numberestitched and put Ledents can eted with metabers ofw bit ouith
process is not the best possible. It is too slow sities-on the part of the Church at I -1 ' 1 *' I : It up to beautiful illuminated covers bounds
-too uncertain. While one succeeds and be- "enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and of lis rt of the aa I ... /. . forF arereCe dt . .. I mi 1 1.. 1- 1 goo teey a pro eT 2si ,di is has rt
somes really educated, a score or two fail. We into His courts with praise with the record and spirit of the two Churches, will be allowed 50 cents- a 2, II a I .. gr lege, and their duty, toimploreat the Mercy-seat
are devising a better way. Time is saved by it. We think we can answer for the gratitude of that no attempts should be made for re union, and keep balance for commission Here is a who may patronizeit of Omnipotence.
The chances of failure are almost eliminated, those who have ministered to the people in di- but that it will be wiser and better for each to inskwi o oand expe ietwe. It embrace be I of .1 I srl rejfi in fli ie eyple Therefore, 1, Charles J.Jenkins, Governor of
The process is complete. They are really edu- vinc things. Yet, if any class of men may have go its own way for the present, and worship sep- extremes of society, from the , , n possible, to publish the book withoutsorne assist the State I *
eated. The Church will gain beyond compute fearful foreboding of the future, these are they, a at th rorespeedve al ramuntill thd king to the lioat of the fisherman; it was writ- , ance in advance. Ianb pion *
tion, in the working power of her ministry, and Strictly itinerants, most of them, having passed ternal spirit returns. In this opinion the writer . .. . f sixteen centuries, on Fublishere, I hope, therefore, that the members of the S and prayer 1 1
she ne a it. We could point to preachers through a hard year of tail, among a poverty. fully concurs. j tl e land of Promise, igt icle t rabia' tf Maeon, Ga. C confedro e part"a a 6 obcouo citizens, during its brief space, to close their
among e most eminent in our Church, some stricken peoplewith scantsupportmanyof them -------~ sical Greeec, and in Imperial Rome; it com- subscriptions, and some money in advance, that places of business and to open their sanctuaries
Calling the highest stations in it, who, after compelled to contract debts, they find, at the News from a Veteran. mences with the creation, and coda with the Annual Co ren tst b hC1h rehBouth' he may stan early <1 1 .11 1 = e I ----to a ass >r a rbeares, and engrossh
preaching for years, took advantage of being close of the year, that there is even yet but little The othiating minister, in sending us the no. final glorification, after < 1 .. .1 ster- his design God. y communion wi
stationed neara College togothroughthecourse. money in the country, and but small prospechof tice of the marriage following, accompanies it vening stages in the Re = I s the Given under my hand and the seal of the Ex-
That made them what they are. Let us multi- there being more-and up n what little thercia, with a brief notice of the labors of the veteran oy tual development of man 3 it uses all forms To the Members of the S. C. Conference. ecutive Department at the Capital in Mill-
ply such men. their claim is very small; and yet small as it is, bridegroom. We remember him, as among the h ." * 1 =* I Dear Brethren: Permit me to say that the edgeville, this 8th day of November, A. D.,
We do not profess to be devising an original that claim is not likely to be met. And now first, if not the first Methodist preacher we ever manity; it measures all states and condttrons of . . . Financial Plan of the Conference, makes it the 1864.
sobeme. At the recent Montgomery Distriot- they are about to go to new fields, where from saw while he was a P. E. in Florida, and we life; audevery duty of the Presiding Elders to furnish the Cuxates J. JENKINS.
meeting in Alabama, the laymen cheerfully un- the present prospect, the next year will be as publish, with congratulation, what our corree- woo; = I apathy; it Financial Board with the names of the Confer-
dertookto educate, at the East Alabama College, the past, or worse. Yet the are grateful that pondent writes. contains the spiritual biography of the human " ence Annuitants within their Districts, together EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION.
Aub heart; it is suited to every class of society, and th the autount of their claims respectively- 500 NAMEs wANTED.
nra, a young man preparing for the minis- Christ has called them to endure harduess, for "Married, on the 3d of Sept., at the residence it can be read with the same interest and profit Bisuor MAnnN, of the M. E. Church, This includes effective preachers who have not Frienda Elacation! Read the 110
try, to be chosen from the District. At the His sake and the gospel's, and thankful that of Rev. J. T Hildreth, in Cofee co, AM, by 1. .1 T. . i.i 1 .. 1, .1 pl 1 .1 South, says the Van Buren (Ark.) Paess, of received their disciplinary amounts,-Supern, of fo wing
Eufaula Districhmeeting, same Conference, a they have been, and are yet, permitted to sow, the Rev. H. P. Waugh, Rev. ZAccumus Dow- as =* I = I, I . . =1 October SG, has been preaching in our city du- tuerary and Superannuated ministersthe widows and respond with name and post-oflice.
like purpose was formed, with the additionalfea- though it be with tears. LINo, a superannuated member of the Mont- it reaches beyond the limits of time into the ring at 1. = 1. ... ii interest. and orphans of deceased members of the Cou- By war and its disasters, Enory College has
ture, that all the pastors in the Distries are in- And if the Chureh is thankful for nothi gomery Conference, to Miss PAMELIA C. FIEAD. boundless regions of eternity. Even this match. ed sterest is ference, except the widows and orphans of those lost one hundred thousand dollars of its endow-
stracted to take collections in all the church ag "Bro. D. has been a traveling preacher near less combination of human excellence points to being felt in our midst on the subjeeirof religion ministers who have died the current year. The ment. Comparatively little is left, and that
uP es else, let it be, that it has such a ministry. It fifty-two years, havingjoinedthe South Carolina its divine sharneter and origin, as the absolute and a goodly number have expressed a determi- Presiding Elders will furnish the Board with little as yet pays a very small divided. Some.








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November fDB, 1867


SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE.


Can
b ne
her
i zare to makepreteurna to assearts t
bat tha
liepac
l W BURK ACO a
mandants are authorized to require the services Neples, Awcmber 14 -Mount Vesuvius, on -
.. of citizens for the necessary repairing of the the east side of the Bay of Naples, is in volcanic 9 FTas 0 or Re
public highways. 1 1 ., forth a pillar of fire, which
Richmond, Nov. 15 -No . r re- I . .= flect as seen from the city. o a
fore the U. S.Circuit Court to-day, it adjourned New craters have been formed, and the usual sPAC
until the 25tit instant, when the trial of Jeff. point of assue-in latitude 40 40 north, and lon- one squ ar to
Dans will be commenced. Chief Justice Chase gitude 14 26 east-is also engaged.
leaves for Washington to-night. He will be 1 I 1 = lyere ejecto
prescot at the opening of the African la..i. * I .ruing mount I
. . School. It is well undoratood that he = .11 tremulous mc .

b e 1 Te offi bro e of G or- duirn a wI napid l ow, aid the g .


ventio The vote 1* I11 -, heaving from the volcano gives warmup at a
. 102,283, 1 T.7; major a ... ". . 1 ., I which we

on 198,151 ut ,500. f whites I .. 2 toon CHEAP PIWSIO.
ion, a [?] from Yesurius E WILL SEND FIFTEEN P1ECEg

,to al -dThemRecoin or therallowingust posugesea, forox. norma.

zCon et9 epr he removal of the cotton tive christi n converts who were banished as gtoregn r are
pal since ep er, Dublin, Rovembr 17.-Fenians IIulp n, War

car u ed oatheeprod cr. 3 ro a an and Cai 1 ot Levion t senate


Alanchester, Noocushr 16-he ex<
1* -Thad Stevens is quo Allen and the other prisoners, cond,

,outal no ete a bacle 1 ..1 1 .1 r embrancewashe

no sob Pi n the 23d instant, in this city
7 , nay be represented in the I lential greana, Novemkr 14 -Advices f . , ,

ni e iin b thuers a instant oil on received.po it r r\ en Frayer

to anafteror axanymal at gued Ci is . ., 1 Two



Ofacial Transfer of Russian America to South would always carry the negro population *- 5 g an area Hur for our Flag (Worasand Musse by Rev. T. B.Ru
the IT B. Government. I party a baseof I = .1* I I ample. .
NEW ARCHANGEL, October, via VICTORTA, i= bi a thee ..
Sunday, Nov. 10, and Swlwomen, W.I., Nov. IYashFngton, Nov. 16 -Senator is I wrted I
11.-The formal transferand deliveryof Rus- letterto a NorthCarolinauegrod.. ." I lives have men lost. Subscrip ananta-wordeadanussehortr.Norcon
alan America to the U. S. Government took her 8th, says: "Icarne home from the South tionshavebeenopenedin Havana fortherelief KeepmerAwakeMother-answortooRaknetoSleeP"
I is r y ., tFe ch 6 eirn th the colny c totab t chot toon a 1 to stentr r wajre r ag *


Ph be edd I e. 6 Roussear onMbehalf of wied o ft eian i cm sy at St. ,
talloo of U. S. troops was drawn up in line in .Thomas will amount to 512 000,000.
front at the Governor's residence, where the Wnhington, &w 17 -The telegraph is used -
transfer took place. By 3:30 a large concourse freely by the Radical leaders in their efforts to Domestic Markets. "
a p opleol adlCle ,jOT i Amea 2 e e oi L bamao Conveontiodnesiira he seeTe Nsw Tonx, N -= p ,

a .. F heeeremonies. Precisely at State in Tennessee condition, whereas the Radi- 175 to 18 for middlings. I I = = Tw
a the Russian forts and fleet cal leaders here insist on nearly universal suf- 1 I .. ] I : Whea = = 1 '
fired salutes in honor of the lowering of frage, takingeround thatthe Northern elections 1 .. I .1 isal, mess 25 00. Lard I
the Russian flag; Live minutes after the lower. showed .. = -. . .. a .. Turpectine very firmat51) to55. Hosh age
ing of the Russian fhag the stars a jr Tonve i It is stated 1 atdi 50. Stock ac t but low at cult Gold


fhaging ti e flag to the breeze, the b nor nurneron dispatch aredassidj between 1.* New You No 8,9?. x -a
States steamers Ossipee and Rasaea at the same Charleston, ALv 18.-It is expected that a 1800 bales at 17} to 180. Flor
time honoring the event by firing saintee. new State tax bill will be issued shortly by Gen. 40 to 10 25; Southern 10 00 a to 's
I .. ri : *= 1 I Canby The merebants request him to lower -amber2 79. Corn steady Outs dull. .
a. ..ri .. ,, is .*ur a ., a ..23. as * the taxes visions dull. Groceries quiet Carolina .
I : a suffrage is certain 9 to 910. Turpentine 35. Rosin 3 40 to 8
GENzan : As Commissioner of his Imperial , I y 1,000. Governments steady. Money 7 per cent ( ,


ndd to ve t err 3di n a {if i nN h ska ea thT 39 Nortl C rob 'saew, 534
General Rounseau, in response, as the Ameri- c 2 50 to 2 55; common f * I . *, "j
can fingascendedsaid: Canals: As00mruis on titution 1- I st- 1... 1 1 ...- new 1 15 to I 28. Outs dull70 to?4 Rye
sooner on behalf of the United States Govern- 55 to 60. Frovisions very dull
eat, I rooeive and accept the same accord Terrible Tornado firz 5 hocTpso in tlSd---Spirits Tu)rl nki

1 . .... I .. e I. 3 2 . Ir . IIAVANA, Nov. 5-An allicial dispatch from 2 40 to 4 for common to pale. Tar unchanged,
..s .. c. the Superintendent of the Royal Mail Steam- 2 25. Hay 871 for North river. Cotton qui-
nor speech-r .1. = el I says that all the et, 15) for middlings.
action was e I st ten destroyed by Onatesrow, Nov. 18 -Cotton depressed
with the co...an..auous uu bound, .,u.....m nw '- I October. Ti al . . sales 600; middlings 10};
the harbor at 11 o'clock this forenoon, and at steamer Rhone was lost on Peter Island, I c.. *, INsanu mar.
4 o'clock in the afternoon a dozen American the steamer Wye, on Buck Island. The steam. Savawman, Nov. 18 -Cotton opened steady "
1... 11 ,al over the newly-born American eity went ashore on Tortala Island, and with an active demand and cloa at St. Thomas. The Middhugs 16}. Sales ,

The lar. o s arreuidisma To Istare ashon, AvousTA, tNov. 18 -Cotton weak at 151.
WAsmNorow, Nov. 14 -It is estimated at and the loss of life is immense. All the oflieers Sales to-day 374; receipts 628.
the Observatory that 2000 meteors fell within and engineers of the steamer Rhone, and all ST. LouIs, Nov. 18.-Flour dull. Corn un- ,.
1 .. r is al: others on board, were lost. From the steamer settled-80 (0 90. Provisions quiet. __ _
st a... ... ..., is a U..3 [ ,s Wyefortypersonswere saved. CINCINNATI, Nov. 18-Flour unchanged.
right ascension ten hours and one minute, dedi. On the regular steamer for Southampton, Corn 93 to 94. Mess Park 20 00. Bacon un- 'llI agagag g gg org.1%,
nation twenty degrees thirty-one minutes, which had sailed with one hundred and lifty changed.
RacuxoNoNov.14-Prof.Harknessofthe passengereonly twelve reresaved. LouisvInsNov.18-Flourauperline,800. .
National Observatory, on special duty here, re. Correspondence from St. Thomas, dated Nov. Corn 95.
ports that meteors fell at the rate of 1500 an 1, gives further particulars of the hurricane. MOBHaE, Nov. 18.-Cotton market closed firm
hour this morning at four o'clock. It lasted only four hours, but la that r; r-. al 1 fr 111. . 1 1 Sales to day 1600;
CHARLESTON, NOV. 14.-The meteoric dis- five hundred persons were drowned. = re ..--.2 -
play this morning was very brilliant, lastingsev- er Camagney lost seventeenthe Wyellfty-three, New ORLEANs, November 18 -
eralhours 3.1 ** 1. J. I => sy al ir Jan .17t:sules3000; .. r
SANFanciscoEov.15.-Reportsfromthe I I I i** * *** 3- '. ** ... 4.== I --
interior represent the meteoric shower as having I 1 r .. I **
It was witnessed a Ir . ofIs = El 'll . .. I I 140
I I a : = I : and two o'clock, of safety on shore and carried out to sea- 70 to94. Flour dull and depressed; superline
on the night of the 13th. Every dwelling in the town, and every vessel nominally 9 25 to 9 50; choice 14 50 Corn
in the harbor received some damage The loss dull and drooping at 1 35 Oate 77 to78. Pork r
Reconstruction in Mississippi. is estimated at over $8,000,000 The inhabi- very 1 11 1 v i li :: ti P
tants are in terrible destitution, and a firm in con asa II I I . .
NEw Oassane, Nov. 15.-The Republican New York, I 11 the island, has opened clear I 1 L. ..
asys that the returns from little more than half subscriptions I relief. An expedition keg ,
of the State of Mississippi show that nine has already been forwarded to the relief of the r
thousand more than a majorityof the registered shipwrecked vessels by the coist-wrecking com- Lir.. *. ,, ,, g .. .
voters have voted on the convention question, pany of New York sity. 10,000 .


r. . . * I 0 .1 ..- Ti

q s. .. 3 ,, a ,, a 0 .
dowithoutit. We must have an able Presi-
dent, an able healty, more apparatus, more li
-
brary-repairs are needed-a contingent fund

)sSaaecessarest . I .1= 1
uN i desperandum lan: I will not ask for hun

dredpr otebou nd -not now, perhaps never

de > n i ati lo y

1
4. -1 .. T -. . .. .. ..
a ?. .
dent, Scoretary and Treasurer, meet annually at
Oxtord, halie a qme bn goand ce braton-

Now, then, 1 propose to be one office

as p on i .
n
who sonept the proposition semi ,,
me at Sparta T to Dr.kE H. Mbeeraeat Macou.

neat. The subscriber can pay quarterly, sen
annually, or annually, at his own convenience,
All at once will be best for the College. The

toodm he oprews APAssdoect ilso will be
Iappeit healumni-to e h

zontion. It is a

a nh



ujkdDreMyers will report progress through

my s nd ndllbuth me edotuo ornot rush
line upon line. Be warned, and ae a

Sunshine, 22d Jedy, 1867

We join Bishop Pierce in the pledge above
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Executor's Sale.

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E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.
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WATCIEES, JEWELRY 2,


Must 1 N th a ro.
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PIANO FORTES OF THE BEST MAKERS.
AGE 1 v< RH E ER & WILSONS LOCK STITCH

MACHINE NEEDLES, and all the lak improvement for

WATCHES and JEWELRY repeared at shmbohe.
nNGRAvtNonous
ass eno ro m LL tr at rry ee na are


Th reainng cuntcs illncre etemaoriFOREGN EWSMARIED.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ us 'tj dcutaltet n"o~t aiA e
hear frm te urecostrcte voers tayd mnt as isue a ecod r
awy ro te ols. Ony neCosevaie hid at pwes recale I 1r
del ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1ate iskontob lced I.
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fre hPleeal cmmision -
la I l I tb nl i/tined th lai ofA mercancit_ _
tallRadeals Puask, Crwfid, nd bstin snshi Thecour ha no yetproounedhs D ED.
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WAREHOUSE
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COMMISSION MERCHANT.
To the Planters and Membants or Geopla.

TENDER YOU MY THANKS FOR PAS


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WH. D. R. MILLER,
Commission and Forwarding Merchant,
an remessas. no maria unsa==
mannanervanannumansuppnesrantsom,
Varnmenes, cotton and woolen waste, MossBag-



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so. 157, nor str es, savannah, on.
septso--em

CLOTHING G.


AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL


At Wew York Prices.



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184 Com one Range Sn nJullan Streets,




AREnuNa 37 ReF EWINHRMe HEHt
READY MADE CLOTHING


School Wanted for ISOS.

A DY OF Sq;VER L YEARSFEX--
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recommended.
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alone, following up the train of thought thus s! it was not so. ed the fruits of conversion in a life of usefuk J. 11. ROMENON> a. w.aunavous, w.msexact:.;
pre uted, when his meditations were interrupted a a discontented and ness and charity, and before his departure gave Oo an na is sion Herchan t, CUBBEDGE & IIAZLEHURST,

tore ear or voice for music 1 1 = 1 == = 1 God heard them it dt e T, c No as EAsT uay, causescoNs c. BANKERS AND BROKERS,
than n sh ien 1 tt a hlao{ you I 1 I .!sl a ftnedici e or a sense of duty therefore he - MAcowoA

poor boy for ? inquired Charley. Then the first little trout said, "Iarn tired of - .1 . I 1 I 1 ill

like? Here a ad a owinev et .1 if time on Mr. Jobson, trying to teach him music : .= 1, I a poor little ignorant = .1 ** I wruaran asrunces
for one blased month, and 7,n -- 1 .* fish, and do not know how to protect myself affectionat
worn out. can'tyou I *1 from danger. I should like to know all about a devoted . . == *
Touilluson, Jobse n ?" asked the enraged . 1 . ,i 1 .ht always keep out a hostof true and grateful friends to mourn his an 2 \ _.. ,
Frenchman, departure. A. Dowetwo.

thana asure I don'tdgow. Id give two ign tenot r tr t lais re a leap rlittle -7, 7,. ,, 7,,, 4, cri IGITED STATES HOTEL! mars, a ., ,
Well," I Charley, as he again what is beat for me. >ly wish is that God I I -,
mov 1 / = = 1 =1 take care of me, and give just what he thinks 21st, 1867, in the 27th year of her life -o- J. H ANDERSON & SON,
as 0 I 1. I best. I do not want any thing that he does not She emi 1 1 id joined the M. E. WHITAKER & SASSEEN, Paorarxons. GR 0 0 BR 8, PR 0 8110 5
my I -- choose to give me.' Church, As a member of
"Dut I tell you he is!" So God gave wings to the first, and he was the Church, she was exemplary-and one of its -o- -as>.
"Jewhat?" < I 1 1 was brightestornaments. AsaSabbath-schoolteach-
The sn arrest boy in the city. I heard Mr 1 ' I L . I. .1 very er, she had the entire confidence of her whole ""00=*Mbunaced yaraser cenersirassengerDepot, C 0 MMISSI 0 N MERCHANT S,

a at 0 at a n st set e)other oi e 11 o stattld, Unit he e b 1 1 or = 1117 s un- Corner Alabama and Pryor Sta., Atlanta, Ga, as street, next to nardeman and sparks.
boy he knew. The boys consult him as if he was sand as far as he could sco. fly this time grateful hearts. During her illness of only -o-
were an oracle, and in debate or original speech, he was tired of flying, and was faint and thirsty, : E HAVE NOW ON HAND, AND
orpoetryhis pmfootly.it house. John Woodson, but could see no water. 110 tried I IIE UNITED STATES HOTEL, UNDER I stock . * '
the done t boyin town, 38 that he would give butcould not; b would shout, telling her heart-broken par- *

lu t II TI < lice knew Llalf as much and 91 I :. I --i Als recen tdoic > .'laer, i . .
, af il doctoo ex the e girle d< 1 i . . I .. . .1- and of pure delight,"ete., with the chorus,
lioad calljPorut httaverydesirablopersonag 111 11nt dp **' .. la adowlongehowitong.o trahowtong .. .. 0 locata i.

I am toho so the shallow waterlestit should dry ul ni leave She was no doubt carried by angels into Abra Terms, ea on per any. .

ei out this ac? Itis enough to kill you. I thought be a book hidden under it; so he pined away PERR Y II OUS E, -

ayou nare house on mean age a little an od loved the o her little bout, and took ,, 13an. Games MONTGOMERY, died in Gren- conversus, GEORGIA. ?
Andas be finished, poor Wat, who had long care of him, and kept him from all danger, so I
been an invalid, and with all his wealth could that he was the happiest little fish that ever for 20 years. For some time before his deall --o-
t buy heakh, came panting to the side of his liv ow which of the little fishes was the wisost ? . . . ACTONYO UN G & C O. svoiasses,

, I , is n tired of -Chikl's Pup ( a in 1 Augo-em) xate or Nanarsue, Tenn. ry
II Ia thouo ____ whoodseh d draw r elyon the pray s of God NIarble and Stone Manuthdory,

boasted your health I would be almost willing to plEp ample of h I J
becomeabegar." childrentobrighterworldsby leadi way YORK STRE10T, E. D. SMYTHE & CO.,
NearTrintlyMethodistChurchHavannahGa. Importersand WholesaleDealerela

Sistra NAncy of ne a cr 27 Tet 67 u INy ., d ofud yG R. D. WALKER & CO' China, Glass and Queensware,


ett co, Gla. I o . her 41st year, in Gwin- ye .er illness was very painful, but borne with RE PR.EPARED TO E5ECUTE AI L SILVER-PLATEDANDBRITANNIA WARES,
\, li 1 : meas his are. She was a faithful member of the Church for Christian fortitude, 1 ,E the will ,, TAnza ourmany, x.oolawn oraAssace'
*o together, I of God. She was . .* I = Ohurch
belle n aLyl tel atT.tenusd sh mhushe wqise for many years, in the faith of which she was COAL OIL LAMPS AND GAS CHANDELIERS,
that she was almost home, *I 1 as, the lxacefuldand abu when conscious of ap to h- su firsua. Rossal D. waxEn. 109 Broughton Street,
showeredicup a y, ittba h dn( sale resting upon ----- --- Tailoring! DIothing! Yarns! rescomaEsses, ...ana- sustacuAss

t* red in y own y altHerderwrab"nfatheral tic AnoHATIC VEGETABLE SOAP TERRING & LEYDEN RECEIVE ALL seg2a-am. sarxxwin.ax
self, possessions that each would sacrifice his ry her hap irit home. Blessed are the come..a wars ourname recommended for the 1 the latest styles of new sand sors -
gold to obtain. May God forgive my silly re dead who d ijptheLord,, as usessarm. sourmstar, a.w.navumoo
1 me happy in the possession of W II. Ev am.....w...r smase....a curaw.... revenuser READY-MADE CLOTHING,
I he has so graeiously showered ANs. cox.oArs a co, w. v. L. J. GUILMARTIN & CO..
down uponme MARY ET .. 1 1 PC ell and COTTON FAC'I'ORS


There aH E 0 1 n Pin le orld Oh! AGaB, married to Chai H. Tarver, ly --- LisuMEwr to make up suns m the

eiTh a rea or ain everyat eia2 It was 20(tel802 and di 29t d jt le e M. E IIIII & HIRTLAND! BEST AND LATEST STYLES, GeneralComanission Merchants,

th13ut thoug th are so many bad this s in na ,a in hinni 1 riaway be sleNorrus at A st >Io TH noot we and rose go holesa e or neran casH buyers 8AVANNAH, GEORGIA.
of tl ta f one ha No. 8......... Cotton Avenue,...........No. 3. I .* e a ... . -..1 . .. orders

seath eemeshall speak about all th ress at {had and b ede et a once rmed tl e an utcox, 01 ""' """' " "*
No doubt you onder bow t 03 t t in I s of wif mothe (1 11 ie t EneNOta a rEseI coalliRE ONE OF rulinornecelebra a AD ? TRUNI S, ensu. sour.nor.r.. wn as


> be true. "ornament of a meek and quiet spirit Her BOOTS AND SHOES' JonN 0, avLL & co.,
You have heard I 1 F 1 1 religion was uniform, quiet and comistent, and
laying plans for < 1 i when the Master called, she was ready She . -r . ., An or wench we are . . 8 OMMISSION MERCHANT S'
had a perfect victory, declaring there was riot a
eloud between her and her heavenly inheritance, And Dealers m
. . a atth a rw 2coddantdh. u ea liadunal } athe sume qual. y of goods can be bought in the VIN NtTn oTOMMEY, JOBEY"o8\8TGRWART Bagging, Rope, Cotton, &0.

you. sonnexpectedly torn from their fond embrace. to go OLD by any House who par Plantation Ordersalled carefully.
WhenCain made up his nind to kill his TVx.B.NEAL. 1 inannusour stockamprise. TOMMEY & STEWART> neassmaracounsurnstanst
brother Abel; wleni Joseiph s brethr potted Rev. SPENCER MOOR!: was born in Pitt ca., 'rix a xmTraAND. 1xrontans or Ann azAmana In aug2S--ly ET. LOUIs. MO.


1 Iv 01 1800, and died in Levy co., Fla., Oct. DRUGN AND HEDICINE$s HARDTWARE. CO-PARTNERSillP.
He joined the St. E. Church in Tafcall co.,
haae; whou Shilowi cursed I>Ivid; when the a.,h 418 ,at elivedlanexempluryObriatual SOAPSANDPERFUMERY, Atthesignof theam sawandcamecockmuchau s tu r nD{ aS b enetto n

> ra coltny leader, exhorterandlocalpremel r}eaHo[\ RESPECTFULLYealitheattentionofMer easco.partnerampandersizenrmnameaness
lie that brought about their 13ath-another of zealous, working man in the cause of Christ- Wind ow Glass and Putt 7, . GRAY, BEDELL & HUGHES,


when Joblithe i < "dlions'de < o no rresponded with hi r fe KEROSENE IL, ETc., ETo.
prison; when Stephen was stoned; and when the sion. As a knaband and father, he could not versalaow b


n r t jse tl n an uepn a d xi t it 1 1 noBrn? H. TATEMDruggist,
1 dare say that your wonder is now greater A Apros-ly savannah, on ,
than ever.

thTVe ,tdd g ags bc ? on se w was incl tand b as rwasd 120 WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE To AH BYho Use the Plow. .
and bad deeds. over spoke. In his death the Church b us -:o: 7 III ORAND ESSENTIAL TO AGRI- columbusca Augo-em)
You know that an ear of corn grows front a ks to of best I
grain (1 eases soomes from a seed, ands and father. Hd has ft an ap\d widowh n abr a < Tt5 0 aVrTIC * ALMANACS FOR IS68.

just in the same way, bad words and bad deeds children to mourn his loss, but we mourn not as underthenameof E. W.MARSH& Co, no an .. . HE UNDERSIGNED ARE NOW FRE
springupfrozabadthoughts, thosehavinguohope. EXCLUSIVE paredlofunnishthetradowiththeir


are2 .s a he 2 asr or em MR. AAnos so5nlGa, F It 30, WHOLESALEH OU S E, PARMER S ALMANAC FOR 1868.
wicked persons in the world, conse from them. 1804, and died of heart disease in Henry co., won en= me or ,
Oh, beware of I 1 .i Ala., Sept. 27, 1867. orage, areascenes, chemicans, verrnmery, . . .. 4, .

are tutk h{ (how h out of yk w> d; foou goiAetd ee yE * I r d lon and seas, ran.es, out, enter, man, . . .
st .. Ill ,enteryourmindbe. remainedadevotedmember. Butunforkloate
I . I I tell you the best ly be became immersed in polities, and in the andanartisiannounnyrounanna I sample J. W. BURKE & CO.,
| plan that I know. I < WELL STO0KED DRUG ESTABLISHIENT. Maconson.
If you till up a peek measure with wheat, it Ip

wi thol: .. winb ntheChunlLea you keep your mind at all times hall of good satisfied, he re united with the 31. 10. Church, sethanyJerrerson county on.
n ra di1some har best medl8er in I on re Er trozdPARTHENT w n he earned OERTIFleATEs: J.T El 97 "'if O Et. K. 1
your mind open, and are not watchful; if you was unobtrusive yet companionable; as a poll-
let bad thoughts come in and stay there, bad tician he was mild, and conservative; as a hus-
words and bad deeds w it follow them If you band and father, he was exceedingly affection- savannahseps sat,1887. DOUBLE DAILY TRAINS FROM AUGUSTA!

uw c Ta a Plt go atehasan torhew)sk d do 1 g d _____ , symassost, HE GRE A SEABOARD


could punish Nord 1 more he thought constituent; and no DENTAL 8 UR GE ON.

uts numbril tin, phis dthought2ast d man old havehbeenteeknenfromdaiscommut Chronic Diseases . "
to bring about the death of Mordecai, and all mented He died suddenly and unexpectedly
his people, the Jews, to hisfamilyandeonsequently theyaredeprived TREATED or A NEW AND PAST scHEDULE

th]$ thdid t matte e ad them toOh afs :b oh a dyiling test.. D R. M. TV OODR li F F, . . . 'r. ,
Haman s bad thoughts made him use bad words loss is his eternal coLUMnus, ozonoIA
He went to the king and spoke against the Jews, children, and two step children. May they all -:o:-
and persuaded b -- 1 that they prepare to meet him in the better land. Disto'".kit."E.ULD RESPECT-
Inight a ll be \ see, bad B. F. Brow.

Ifaman * si = s .. si .* SIsran ElizA Jonson, died in Smithrille, DISEASES OF LONG STANDING, Bash, Blinds and Doors, a pr........4.. qwearnmean and cosmnams

. I = 1 ounle it leas Ga, on 1st Sept., 1867, in the 24th year of her AT NEW YORK PRICES, some Noaragress,
deeds. Ihman took care that the kings com- She left a husband and one little daughter to Wholesale Parniture Manufactory. Mo # as Ill. .
anand should be sent 1 i the country; and feel their irreparable loss. She was early dedi- REPAIRING OF ALL KINDS,
after that, he caused a .1 to be made, that cated to God by her pious parents, and was can By GRENVILLE WOOD
31 deeai alight be banged there nj words, and averted wihil n 1 Inner-sm whartscreet, Macon, on

had found out lations of life she filled well b pl on or run n

thh rad him bradn6ge on ver gaal / >3 b naa 0 oed e .. LAR GEST AND BEST some sount enteroute or

bad thoughts, bad words, and bad deeds. heaven. Ionly r 1 Sto Ve Houses
Pray against these three had things; say, behind.' Thus 1.*

a @ us, O ] 0 1 on ami lle faullosely Chris -ux-
wicked way in me, and lead me in the w ever THE soUTH . ..
lasting". Psa exxxix. 23,24. Let thee words '. I ** i., =1 moniansole a sawrons, ',, a-
of my mouth, and the meditation of say heart, are tryingtoserve God and go > .
be accept 1 * Lord, my strength they meet again in glory. HOLESALE A."a [* ii i. i .! t i.
andmy I 3 11. Andletmy b. ANTHONY. SPI 8 in
i 1 words, mTistleeds lesall under thy Du. WILLIAx M HAnals, son of Edward DR. . MAsSON, nottoSgvdn .


TEREE LITTLE TROUTS TId Af y Harris sabidrn in if ( ESPECTFULLY TENDERS IIIS SER- allkinLj ft nersfindngs, . a .
Once, as the story goes, three little troutslived Harriest Walker, Jan 27th, 184 LANTEns, . . .. . ,,

ali8itrea re 2 as s.watetr which tor twxeo hee la hi vee ul happiness 11 .11 , CUTLE .
the mud and the storms, and the sun shone In 1847, he joined the M. E. la I . . . .
there; so it was a delightful spot. Besides these lived in strict conformity to the a .. , , , ,
I fishes had a plenty to eat and nothing to trouble I the Bible. Althoughhe never ms . .. -. ..... .. .. .. ..-
them;so you would have thought them as happy I public profession of conversion, y r .. ** g .. ', ., ,


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Forthesonsteincer, usuAdvocate,
Lespedeza Striata, Glover, Bluegrass, ete
Will Mr. John Cartright, of Greensboro, Ga
or some one elme, plea e answer the following

qj Shenqud i etwithlespedeza striata





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nter and furnish


ha4t 11 tTrli Ls ita a z l>owe line
on ?
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acre ow or e soil wil it e ought the land to be prepared?

tc Itshtc 1 ch inciti e2sow h ced
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ouji rs IPthe above and give any other
format on concernaug lespedeza .. 1
proper From what I have seen to ..
a I bltgrdles willgr *

South Carohna, Llabam w ich i

o et e c + mderbruheen out
pounds sown to usual time
of sowing wheat. Atter sowing it,
abould be kept of it one year totakegood root
Those who wish to make a trial of i -
a 1: 1 1 3 ini ITre>T/er, St.

theseedwillbeS350

to r cr b 1 not 4 11 t clover will do well,

ro unpa ti onsume & 1 n penft ad, I
before clicer a < < en a acn cor

I 1. . nd plaster can be had in St

e had in St La ha clu or a ed can
bu e enough to wxy h wh atacres. So


thing of the kind far South. If you do the
clover will dieout when the wheat or oats begins
to ripen-
I have given these items that the cost may be
counted at the start. P.
Oct. 28, 1807

Kow to Make Turkeys Useful*
*, I ,

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chaed to set, and are at best only ordina




Tea haa aft a sk of thelpr ce t
taining plaster eggs. Cover this basket with a

a so 110 n I e a 1

or, as the Fiench 1, *
fo them \ e t prejudice i entic ly over.


moved and the innoce . :
the task assigned her a
save nthat is necessary to ree szheroncoIf

sometirnesetarve
to death rather than .1 . ,.,
is issforcedafecti n = 1 . .. ...

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iskeptforbrineingt!semupand ,i
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Forthesonourn Discontent--CharleyTomlinson'sPortune.
"OthatI wererich!"cxclaimedahandsome




yet to learn it His Huber was a popular min
inter, and, like most such men, he was not en

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on the part of his father by 1 1 study

pc liciltivatedjard poetry,
Em n uch plea ure, and was a source of
entertainment for his friends. In addition to

p y sonas I n stfian,11Pi o veet

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with boys and girls, old and young. Yet, not.
wsthatanadtin h i Ilet ae I als, Imo a

was the very best, and thus he was throw into
continual contact with the wealthy. Boys clad

In qroadeloth were his falonds, and girls an satin

of it, was ever present to his oind, and caused
him many a weary sigh. And now we will re-

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Why F glad to meet
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