Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: December 6, 1867
Frequency: weekly
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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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Vol. XXX.-No. 49. Macon, Ga., Friday, December 6, 1867. Whole Number,1636


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atirring the heart, new r by compelling its de-
?18 1| | [(Ill[. cisions. It is not incompatible with entire lib
crty to induce feeling on asubject which deeply
-- -- concerns the welfure. The Holy Ohost may
THE POWER OF A HYMN, pre airc neitetquickenaor dr e it enherno2

There are lyna ncl, in nsequence of a a I'
the benefits conferred by them upon some ser- of salvation. Any other liew than this must
vant of the Lord whose name and experience in acts
are precious to the eburch, lupre in a sense be. . . I be
come hallowed, like sanctuaries in which souls a 1 ak
have been born again and fitted for the skies; or the pointing of it 1
Christian tears have watered them; Christian the whole work of a I 1 1 .11
faith has triumphed in them; by their resultofaseriesof
meana lowly and contrite spirits have heen rais in no sense his own except in the lowcat, and
ed to communion with their God. Superadded consequently destitute of the quality of virtue.
to the interest of their authorship and to their That certainly cannot be denounnated **
intrinsic value is the almost heaveuly radiance which is the effect of irresistible force I
with which religious biography has invested view also harmonizes with those pase .
them. Every reader will recall some such. As Scripture which admonish men against resist
an example we may mention her mooring and quenebing the Divine Spirit
*ThsGodof Alnahm praise" I suppo thion, then, such cautions
written by Thomas Olivers, one of Wesley's co are contradictory and inexplicable
laborers, a singularly gated, although not an It has been stated at the Holy Ghost does
,. I I ; * insensibly assist the 1 in its eitorts to be re
st** I **** . I J a * . E * s

guage a lyric of ino e I 1 1
led thathe or n experience. Has is not been noticed that there
11. 4 bi, r Iwr J us an ano r-line c an are seasons when the word of God seems un-
person em n lijr n p an me and includ;olia usually vivid-when the facts of which it speaker
I e <,w. bundr 4 and thir:y-seventh are wonderfully real, and when the soul can
palm, perceive and feel truth in its revelations with
peculiar elearness ? This is a work of the Spir
it. The sacred page that one day is tame,
Scott bas put another day is instinct with power and beauty,
and sheds a flood of light upon the soul 8 ques-
tionings. Itis a functionof the Holy Ghost to
time the providencesof a Christian's hfe, and to
its.] w fl hi sun by n .vers now bef >re 04 invest them to his mind with a aspitcancy
to.1 he i lu knees <.1 the remark sble which, without the divine interposition and
run are ilk ler. oi n upw use the swell of currevees -0 1+ tre parts of the
th aus:e of He- plan by a ,i. I forgloryand
br w :he all rn Eand the therene the Holy Spirit so guides and overrules the
nor r:n ** unl.,hi several parts as most successfully to secure the
to << * apands proper result The permission of temptations,
and puts led controlling their circumstances, modifying and

or, ilurer comin. ad limi ing em so as to rennd

u.o :ee ree of can gr em r nofithleatSGod alwa
a works through his truth, but the specid phases
of truth which he employs, the particular sea-
I sonshe chooses, it is not permhted tousuniform-

101 rn I were ly to discover 1 in Ce bish l is cle
la af lebrew pu:r fr as I may obtain the necessary influence of growth su
n charackr and 1 11 e ea hd holiness, or deliverance from troubicas his con

I . / il hi To as ejec od et ounesne ubse
e. .10 0 mess; he may receive and rejoice in its benefit
liar we r ra fl.: no partwo cly an this without distinctly recognizing it in every case
unn with the as of God. Thus, while the underlying power
I (lee I ulyn while that of salvation is wholly divine, the zmmedixacts soon
, 0 al., I sh p are of the 11 et with of man's own will. This is the view which is
1.1 h * * rate adopted to chasten the soul with humility, to
nbs *.* * as arouse it to diligence, and to aspire it with
f II.w hope.-Methodiet. e aged t interu!s to clearly

As I w sEl av n Ct eOp seMANa morning
",As on n as ( could with prayer-meet2ng, which was attended, in the time
any unik say of revival very id the morning; a young
man about si age came to me and
ask p ace, home; for
1 * = me ?" said I.
I .0 what to do"
J again, I can tell
Ib. rw ::,:i..r cenintly solem:I and new You must
ma = = = ularly at : 1 1 2 You must give
* I knew .1 I flee to Christ.
well enough. But alas, I felt that the state of The law condemns you The Forcreign grace
mind expressed in it was above mine at the time; of God only can save you You must give up
and I felt loth to for ake all on earth." your mi arable and long continued attempts to
We think we may safaly affirm that these ad- save your-elf You must give God your heart
inirable lines were never more r 1- as he requires, and as I have explained to you
adopted than by this holy man. I already, many times."
for-aking all on earth, btilliant academic fame Yes, I know that; but I am so distressed!
and position, usefalness and eminence in the I cannot live so! I want you to tell me some
Enghsh Church, a cultivated home in the land thing else."
to which his ardent soul so tenaciously clung, "I cannot relieve your distress. Christ alone
tendeal supp em iveas o is dy ri arer can guellyou r td I have chmghelsello tell

which he was called To any man it would have need to know
been most severe; to him it was crushing "I thought," said he, perhaps you could say
It is profitable for us, who think we some- something that would help me; if I wed to
times deny ourselves and take up the cross, al- your house."
ti 1 ri "So you have said to me more than once, and
t, 1 as me I have told you betten, God alone can lielP
rzanio, to recall a hymn whose prous sentiments you, you must relyon him
and exalted stiain imparted to him under such "But I should hLe to talk with you again
circumstances peace and consolation. "Solemn about my f feeling, in your study
and Miketing" to us is the hymn, because he "It would do you no good. You have noth-
thus made it he own. ing to say, that you have not said before; and I
= say to you"

"No. (Johome. ec tClpyou.The
steady abiding under the shadow of the Almigh- whole matter lies betwixt yourselfood God "
ty; ** I I 110 turned away the most downcast creature I

toot e more and more qui ened, to be ready fo ev aw{\keltseeiTh a i2sSc uSltdparcoap j orcy
the uncer2 world. hinx.had not been home an hour, before he came

to tell me that his burden was :
that after "I had east him off," .
We do not rememberanyotherallusionto this
t -s; but we doubt not that
Persia he repeated it with ' "
refreshment to his spirit; and it may be that ,

, , , ,, , ,
had not cast see oil' -
The Boul elf-Ruined.
Where is the sinner a claim to Divine help ?
Not in defect of responsibihty; this had been
' without fracture from the first to the last. Not
-Bibliotheca Sacra. in default of knowledge; his knowledge and his
duty have but measured each other. Not in
The Divino and Human in the Work of bondage of probation; his probation never rose
Salvation above the level of his freedom. Not in severity
The true doctrine of the Holy Scriptures is of temptation; temptation at its noontide was
that the work of man's salvation is accomplished .' ri '~ " blessed achievement.
by the co-operation of the Divine with human I 1 1 I * commands was infla-
The believer's efforts spring from the itely more sacred in God s sight than in his own.
1 the Holy Ghost in the heart. God Never was its awful sauctity suspended or over-
works in him to will and to do, causing in him borne fora moment. God has guarded it as the
not the particular act of vahtion or doing but apple of His eye. T 1 =1 universe,
imparting a gracious ability or supernatural then, is the pardition 1 .1 I primarily
strength to perceive, to choo 0, and to perform ascribed but to himself.
i are well pleasing to him. The But this is not all. We must proclaim the
=1 consequently represented as help. history of a lost soul in words of more intense
1. signifacance. That is not a history of negative
= s .1 = 1 I .. ., probation. God has never thrusta sinner upon
I i freedom, and
' I ' & ., than just to
meat from the tree, so man, while he has from him.
God the vital fbree which saves him, still re- sinner I ** '.. *
mains a man, and as such wills and nets 2n mat- feetions of the Divine mature. He has been
ters of religion as in .i li .- His person- placed upon an influitely beneficent system of
ahty is in no sense I, but is distinct trial. He has been instructed in all that God
and independent in its sphere. I live, yet not has held him accountable for; his own intui.
I but Christ liveth in me; nevertheless, the life tions have taught him; the works of God have
that I now live in the flesh is by the faith of enlightened him; his own conscience has been
si 0 of God." Here St. Paul shows the I I 1
I as separate and yet inseparable; he <1. I I 1 1 I
distinguishes between them, at the same time El *
that he regards them, as constantly acting and
acted upon by each other, ures of redemption have opened upon him the
Thathumanfreedorn maybethoroughlyguard. most intense system of allurements to holiness
ed, the divine influence in acting upon the mind known to the universe; the teachings of wise
is of a gentle, insinating, moral kind. The men, the prayers of good men, the visions of
Holy Spirit operates by presenting motives, or inspired men, and the ministrations of angels

have stretched a cordon of holy sympathies Grieving the Spirit-An Incident. O thou, whoever tithu art, that art tempted
around him; the cross of Christ has blockaded Many years ago, oneof the Western churches to commit a sic, d on think on death, and
his way to destruelion more impassably than by was ble-1 -ch .. --in.>= * a flaring sword; intereession in heaven has Spirit. I I ( ostal sea_ = . will raise thy courage above the

b re Apfor his a twith haind shplift d ch son. Tid made to us en Itrhorbe up r nos at of I ei n
had riven with him to turn him bac by all e and 11 ofdlearconvicting and were deep- rnent a ad abhuet ry extr rui% ofe the r lial In

,, ,r I, , , power of the Spirit was wonderful = sI .1 .4ht that the greater will be thy reward
, 1 1 1 1 a 1 .. I in their hearts. Very many who had till recent- hereafter.-Bishop Heber.
ly loved their sins, now had "a new song put PERFECT PEACE.
- into their mouths, even praise to our God > "Glory be to God in all events," exclaimed
= Among those who became concerned for their Chrysostom, when dying amid the ernel haras-
conscisco with which sinner may souls were two interesting young men. They sing of his guards; and faith, schooled by ex-
,, bas sought out I a l a I s other. One of them especially was under the ever I I : .^]ory !"
seized upon, and madesureof, his own way over al- Ip .. : with the earn- 1 ep, L go .1 = peace whose
1 I through those obstacles, to the e I jailor, "What mind is stayed on thee
r. He has done st-he and not a = s I other, too, was Perfect eace'
is overy lost life. Is it any deeplyconcerned, andanxiousupon someterms, "I thank God," said Dr. Watte, in his old
marvel thatalost soulis speechless ?-Phelps. to escape perdition and enjoy future happiness age, "that I can lie down withcomfbrt at night
They pledged themselves to seek the Saviour not being soheicous whether I wake in this
Bear thy Cross Cheerfully. without delay-to avail themselves of all the world or in another." He walked in Beulab
means within their power to aid them in this and heard
blessed work.
At thenext invitation extended to the anxious
to go forward, the more deeply convicted of
these youths rose promptly and took his pince Perfect peace!
among those 1 By "I am happy as I can be out of paradise,
this act he b : a 3 = or of said a poor Methodistaoldier, with broken limbs,
his new resohe. He was now earnestly seek- on the battlefield of Fantenoy!
ince the Lord Nor did the "exceediner great Perfect peace! The peace of God that pass-
and precious promises" made to such, long re- eth understanding!
main unfulfilled. Llornadeanunreservedsurran.
der of his heart to God, and "peace hkon river"
Throregi sorrowetides, flowed into his soul He live I many years of "'1, ,, .1 rT 1 1,1 I .1
lone I 1 the brarian character by I

is .1 conversation,
I. .1 g man, at the call for those congregation at the F 1. I I ..
who were seeking salvation, also arose to take state of religious exalts: '. a.Is .
his position among the inquirers But though though (110 earth he removed, and the bills car-
he was convicted, even deeply agitated, yet he ried into the anidsc of the nea; for the Lord of
bad a "divided heart" He still loved his slas, hosts is with us; the God of Jacob is our ref-
> 1 1 si ri . Therewasacon. uge." His hear : = *I. terror,
II g God, through the expecting each = 0 = *I - == of the
wearotakerown' instrumentalit r .1 building would fall. Cries and lamentations
-- the Cross. T, a were heard on every a2de. What a sublime
"I Want to be a Minister." the machinations of the great destroyer were at spectacle! A tottering city, and a soul trium-
more than a century ago there lived in Eng. war with the Spirit's influeues. The conflict phant and at peace,

I ha t ep us sojrtalents, ho mustle iins mlymdecid .istTim mosta 1 c believing but not Underb a un-

ih Ca tnahi vtooutc> 1 sprur tt sfe w to i i a then ge upi d a day.) 11 F. J = young man in a
the earth br me.ppan on hop, in favor of his great enemy. On making thia Nor will I," said anoth r
Once a sudden and determined resistance to the Sparit, "Neither will I,'' chimed in a third
ses at scht he unppea areas. hou rs, sawsonal .3 is. psons n Gentlemen, said one well known to mewho

c of tl3 xaon ul e I solenm meta t nees/ ear t Jro3 oar e ,o tund/rs b

declined the lady a kind offer. And what were the consequences? The Spir d d each of
So afterwards he visited a learned minister of it instantly forsook that anxious heart. The the tr au so sai one

oo(nur a * j sdt onent non. < here he obtained -- -- --- ----t -s -li Now counction =
the friendless 1 -hile he return! I I = ,g
was engaged in fervent prayer the mail-carrier of revival seasons, but no salutary impressions tl itheMt it e unbeli e son be-
knocked at the door of his closet, and banded could be made on his mind. After living for lieve that?
him a htter from a friend of his father, with man hardened man, he "Of course said the three
an offer to assist him in his studies for the min- has 1 ** I spirits. "And Ials sh d i *
istry. "Grieve not the Holy Spent of God, where do belief t t ?'eep an cows eat ag grass,
Thus his desire a ad he became by ye are se@d unto the day of redemption." you d
ore of the most .1 = of England: My Spirit shalbot always stsive with man." Tell b 1was agai replied 1 .5 r r-
His namewasPhaip Doddridge We commend rl had a I

hi nexa plottosall jate rmber oorade Hereis 0 rUE1ar or be bode. See b)k tchkes goese,1ton e d
boys must soon preach the Gospel. Let every the old shanty, with a single small window of on the cows it bad turned to hair; do you be-
boy ask this question whether he should not en- four panes, and nu old rag stuffed into one of 1
gage In this work. We should be concerned those. Flow miserable it does look And rum ,
both about the duty of serving the Lord and has done it all. Once it was neat and comfort- "Yes, you believe 2 ,' he rejoined, "but do
how we should serve him If it isa boy's duty | able, and peace and plenty were within. you understand it'"
to cotor the ministry, he should strive hard to Here is the coor besotted creature that a bro- They were conibunded and silent, and evi-
enter it as well as he should strive hard to enter ken hearted wife has to cal: Adond; and weep- dently ashamed, as they well might be
heavenand he shuuld pray for the Lord's guida irg children father. So terrible are his cravings
ance in the one ea c as well as he should pray I ** he he has stripped EXCTJ8ED
for it in the other, thing he could give We sometimes read the pa-able, of our Lord
-- to satisfy it And, alus: he has now taken the till they become so =
Ponurious Christians. that is left for the moth- full sigulficance
A wealthy Illinois farmer, who counts his ive than
acres 1,y the hundred and his stock by the drove, O the cru by of rum! Look at this alleet- guests for .
and who keeps a snug bank account, recently We weepover the tenabic oruelties one consent began to make exen-c." Of course
gave to one department of our work the pitiful Many a mothe ha the Britation must be easidered a favor, the
surn of fifty cents, and double afelothat he was tears with those of hereased feast is spread, and when they refuse to eat it
doing on --..-be. in bberal thing. Had he and news that she is left a widow and her chil there must be somethang wrone. In this case
been asked Dollars, instead, it would dren fatherless. At what to that there is no fault in the entextainment; a bee
have boon regarded almost hke an attempt to of the mother and clulJten with those who w 11 not come. They cry, "1
rob him Yet this was, at heart, a good brother, See the poor, nu arable, tagged, bloaled, be- pray thee have me exeuted
npris-h3t in si s c al/ ac noS ,e 1 dlted 4 -t -4 I r ap ad ]cali eltfo frevel at g oo do oT eare tuvited

respected and esteerned by his neighbors. In though dumb befbzo such cimity, louts back full salvation, mercy, and peace And they ex-
short, he wa honest toward every one save God, with sad longings to its weepin friends. ouse themselves. It were vain to go over the
to whom he owed all that he pos essed. He had Does that wretched tic diatress of his reasons: want of time, of knowledge, at feel-
received prineely gifts at the hands of his 31a. poor wife and climben Ah, ya heis used to sug, alas! of inclination. There are some con-
ker Es life had been crowned with increase. such scenes But what are the 1 1 ditions, and with those they do not choose to
ingly rich Islemmys yar by year. His lands of wife and children to he cray comply. And they are excused. That is the
produced plentifady. His stock increased in O Rum thy cruelty is more unrelenting than nio t painful part. Those who will not enter
number and value. He could set off, to one and death. more insatiable than the grave, are left out; those who will not come may stay
another of his children, rich, golden covered Will not every young unin as he looks on this away; those.who will not necept hie may choose
acres, and build them corufbrtabic homes; could sad picture, remember that this misreable drunk- death; those who would be excused are excused.
endow his daughtons with his thousands; could ard was once an isorrut ch//d. Rum has made
adorn his home wub all that could be desired hun what he now is Resolve never to touch, Family Prayer Meetings.
ould stisfyany thlymay goflileisp a e nenfl 1tnt211 Thereisa ofl3ish Pictreem ting cloMa nz oh in

strings suddenly drew together, and "tbe nume Methodists since the changes made by the last
rous objects for which nid was asked rendered i Helpers of the Pastor. General Conference in the discipline of that

oerTi 2 er trench hisk peniditures."IoNi fortatel rhi col s apastor, ru provide Church,) who "said spac he was greatly devoted

t re lie eeep sole p les of the so, eashu it ru rs 1 1 t sitjr liibe Jority ofr up. If he could next get the member to meet
devising liberal I =1 1 .rd, and acting possibility of the church s pro permit, and the him at the church for the purpose, he held fami
as the agents of = 1 his money, or advancementof Christ's kingdom thereby, to his ly prayer-meetings. The way he conducted his
the avails of what he has loaned us, for the ex- shoulders, and seem to thnik their own work is faunly prayer-meetings was, he prayed, and wife
tension of his kingdour and the honor of his done. If the church grows and flourishes it prayed, and daughter prayed, and son prayed,
natue.-Times and Witness- must be by his labor If not, it will be his and by the time they all prayed the season of
- fault. It is enough to turn our eyes into foun- rejoleing came on. He closed his remarks by
Peace in a Family. tains of tears to think how far this sad mistake recommending the practice to his brethren, i
Peace is essentral to thewelfarecharacterand prevails in our churches. It is a mistake- they would keep up a perpetual prayer-meeting
liappiness of the family. It is, therefore im. Every member of a chauch even ths least, hum- ne bat would nc\ ril"Glhes etixes the tru
portant, that overy member should know how to blest and weakest, can do something to promote or-meetin at home-Fanail rmeet
cure it. We give a few counsels on the anb- hBe j es and a pro r I blen can wordthermit, he i be
1. Remember that our will is likely to be power every one is bound to aul in the blesod C th a urch at the present my La
crossed every day, so prepare for it cause, and I
2. Everybody in the house has an evil nature, tor. The he has ver I ..
as well as ourselves, and, therefore, we are not to to be idlers and drones there The "unprofit. I
expect too much, able" servant is condemood and cast out, simply Why are YouUnwillingtoPrayin Publie
3. Look on every nioniber of the family, as because he is unprofitable. Every branch in In conversing with Mr. H. upon this subject,
one for whom we should have a care, the true vine which "beareth no fruit" is 'taken after he had begun to pray in meeting, he said:
4. When any good happensto any one, rejoice away." Ti 0 church is "the body of Christ," I found, upon a careful examination as to the
in it "from whom, says the apostle, "the whole body reasons why I could not take any part in relic-
5 When inclined e- -i-- an angry answer, fitly joined together and compacted by that , 1 -, 1 Ty
"overcome evil with wluch every joi = ,, 1 ...., 1 .1, , , ,, *
G. If from alckness, pain or infirmity, we incrosse of the = I of :' perform
feel irritable, keep a stress watch over ourselves. love." There are no useless members in the ' ' sa 1 1 I >thers. I
7. Observe when others are suffering, and body; every joint, every partmust supply some- was too proud to be willing to be regarded as
drop a word of kindness and sympathy suited to thing, and work effectually, in its measure, in not, in point of talent, equal to the other breth
them. Order to the increased edification of the whole ren. When I saw this I was ashamed of my
8. . 1 ,i 1,,1 , . I leasing, body pride, and endeavored to humble luyself before
and God on account of it At length I came to fee
97Take a cheerful view of everythingneven An Angel Stand2ng By. quite willing that it should be said, 'A--II--
of si We have read of a certain youth, in the early makes the poorest prayer of any man in the
= praise them days of Christianity (those periods of historic oburch' After thatI could pray comparatively
for little things when you can, suffering and heroic patience and legendary won- unembarrassed Reader, why do you soaeldom
11. In all little pleasures which may occur, ., .. I .1 ourattention),-woread of if ever, pray with, as well as for others?
put yourself last. II whom his persecutors put
12. Try the virtue of "the soft answer, which in practice a more than colonion share of their SOME EMPLOYMENTs may be better tha
turneth away wrath." I .. Ir his torments (let those who others; but there is no employment so bad a
roughh the horrible details), the having none stall. The mind will contract
A Place for Prayer" I compel him to deny his Lord and a rust, and an unfitness fbr every thing, and a
Where do you find a place to pray in ,- man must either fill up his time with good, o
asked of a pious anilor on board of a -' "e -'* long endurance of those pains they at least innocent business, or it will run to the
ship. released him, in wonder at his obstinacy. His worst sort of waste-to sin and vice.
"Oh!" he said, "I can always flad a quiet Chilstian brethren are said to have wondered, To Canon's AnniaEnv -Prayers are
spot at the mast-head." and to have asked him by what mighty faith he the Church's artillery. As long ar. Moses con
"Sam, do you find a spot for secret prayer?" could so strangely subdue the violence of the tinued in prayer, Israel prevailed over Amalek
asked a minister of a stable-boy. fire, as that neither a cry or groan escaped him. The supplication of Hezekiah was the means o
uOh, yes, sir! that old couch is my closetand "It was, indeed, most painful,'' was the noble withering the mighty host of Se nnacherib
it is the best spot on earth." youth's reply, "but an angel stood by me, when Praying believers, it hai heen truly soul are o
Where there is a heart to pray, it is easy my anguish was at the worst, and with his finger more service to a place, than walls of brass and
enough to flud a place. pointed to heaven." ramparts of iron.

unity to communicate their viewson the subject
under consideration; and upon the n
of such notice rovision will be ,,,
9 d in th
emer ment and expenses in11unrnovisT e

Brdtimore, Sept. 1867.
The foregoing was accompanied with a note,
signedd by the writer's name,) from which we
quote a passage:
"The annexed paper was published in the
blethodish at New York; Mr. Keener has it
under consideration in New Orleans, and Rev.
Mr. Poisal has promised its inatftion in the
Episcopal Methodist there. I ,
great favor if you insert it on

give the matter a thought, and I am sure its
publication can do no harm. T have no acquain,
unce in Nashvlile towhoml canreferyou, but
winay that I have been aMethodist ever since
preached at Light street in Baltimore, when I
had the pleasure of knowing you in the East
101:imore station, and wheze I still remain. I
can, however, refer you to your friend Poisal,
and any of your preachers of the Baltimore Com

well known that no deplere the doesn "
and rs stially thee "
* ha.i:0s. corH recure which angerrated file foregene com
n liar we must express our amul-l'
to the are soluminfamine-s of war corr <1
I no with the been and principles invoice in
a liow completely have Math
t deluded ri e people on thy sub
rs of f l.c old lialmon-re ( onh rn
rue h:ni a , ree ad-1..
blown dust to the eyes of those who or

to my
but vi the I hurch k led and con-








ly t
hose wbo have in the aun r 1 == e d to L lisat

ex ta r el her who :he 11 I; ( hurth, 8 to wa a << p all is n I p as Ar..l laing to do with that or any al or p >In

liew atten as n the a n w!u n rb ; bc >..nd
or emum round to h:, a b the nbe.11
does not linst a fail to n.)< a L< a 1. p t .mm siavery. k nothing to do oth the rols
urges t a pro r ll < Id in 1811(hT).o rrl

that perhaps the Disciphne mi. 1,< nara.1 rupnere ni in
< 1 en 1.--
mi a a a znd we would b.s e held

home<, and evertainm; the < us mvinhete tail the day of wence la,< lb, *phs, cl n b<=1 1,.,, <0 rq.ndate I by the .North in I we
spending the tune which < or votes to bus far'" 1 rd.I. le.nek I cree-with our fror
"preaching isole 1. na to she Norrhern Neural a our
my the weak 1
and adinanisterin: cou.fort and can i e lin direceweb lens. ar
alek anal herea:c.l .0 r Go back then. my brothren, ra the a cut eyl tr can oi"rocur 1.pir
marks the ebureb ur, I the I al I
to you fbt examples 01 : dial I 0 ep ra b n r

, I .1 al ri so
the once tues ure of an cl arefus
shall be led Paul say rhe 1.0.0 Int!
"I """' is b to 1. ... /a ,
lee of the gospel And we ate but to do a by the troup arra of the orcrnment,
preach the : as d y they hold none. of them

in lon They h we
God wili verdy sch es (le hails o'
you sh 8! "live or the go e >:.4 .are 3 on,:all thevean r .J:sIntrar:.:,
. 4 a .
Fromme Nashy ne norman sament, ,
Re-union of the Methodist Episcopal , , a ,, ,,
Church with the Methodist Episcopal I 1 , ,
Church, South* less conditions of membership, to which we
These two prominent Church organizations, cannot-we never will submit. We submit to
ill very respect, ought to the powers that be, "for conscience' sake." No
1 The principal cause matter what may be the form of government un-
of the separation, which has existed for upward der which we hve, we bold it to be our duty
of twent has now In
is now ral valid or 2 0

canete } 5 db [ ACh n fact shall we eve Ve aho rpeopleto sing:
1 1 .. 1 . . 1 ,i
In uniteamgno sus penasweremade

is perhaps the strongest reason why an Lif>rt "i 1 I fore
should ,1 I : I r , , ,, r we

thodism to do its part to ec" ardti-slavery si e that event tookqpiace
unite many, who have soon nervene-ol hw. fl>> Apostles, and Fathers stood; and = has
ealamities of our land I transplied which would require or = any
Such a consummation r ar principles on this subject. It is
mess to thousands of I to-day to alErm that elaveholdio
with the Christian character E '
required of profession, as it was when, in 1840, the General

itI()h I Both Churches are so nearly allied that their day ide cetcompreach, and baptized his slave
distinguishing features can searcely be acceg and when Paul wrote his 10pistles to the Ephe

n a inl dpi i iobserver Their demon- s*Me I I .=\ale s lways been
ernmernet6usages d fturn prejudiced be ig- Ii fra run a r-

nored, and the animosity of former years shall to do so now. Let Northern Methodists repej
cease, the way seems to be open to un te, in one -r sl it -- in-- ] -- --- i-, gi
bond of brotherhood, many who are now alien.
ated without good and milicient cause who are dear to a
The economy of these Ubutches has no pros- the property they -
cribed method to initiate proceedings to accom suspend their schismatical movements in our
plish this object. We have waited in vain to tonitory-let them abrogate all thei political
seethe olive-branch of peace and tests I I 11 =1 ..*
senate by either of their General eral .
Fraternal greetings have long since ceased, and or flaternization-and we hazard nothing in

t dbre plis widening to the burt of many of taying t b our Generalhe err nee 2
It is impossible to effect a reconciliation ? If them a candid and courteous consideration.
not, is it not worth an earnest effort, and the One of their great leaders, Dr Elliott, said,
sacriftee of every at the GeneraLConference, in 1844, thatif there
In the absence = I = . submit for were no slavery in the question, jurisdictional
li the Rev Abol division of the Connection was necessary, be.
I 1 Ecy. Henry cause of its unwieldly size It is more obvious.
81icer be requested to meet in Ealtimore, in the ly and pressingly necessary now, since our ter
month of January next, to deliberate on theaub ritozy lead been a enlarged and our numbers so
ject, and devise a plan to unite the two Church-
es as no denomination, with such recommenda- I we have noticed worere-
tions in reference thereto as they may adopt, moved out of the way, a lim-Alethodist
and publish the results in one or more of our ed might divide the whole American .. .. I
Church papers. With such a plan as a basis, .i
the subject would in various forms be bought
before the Methodist people, East, West, North sorthed territory, beyond which its jurtediction
e membership, should not extend. It is easy to see that every
otherwise, an i. i ,1
expression of opinion may be obtained. I
In this manuar it would finally reach the Gen- a
eral Conferences, by whom only the arrange- . . . I .. .1 se who think
ments can be completed. These well known I I I . It realization of
servants of the Church will, doubtless, be in- I 1 =1 great schism,
duced to perform this service in the absence of must have great facility in ignoring or misin.
any formal method of .. .. ., a gen- I . .. ,, ,=hern Methodist
eral promiscuous call, = * soli- n n, ,,,,,a . I and National
citations, and by approval of the plan in our Local Preachers' Conventions, whose spirit and
Church papers-North or South. If the object proceedings would scandalize political mass
is deemed feasible, it is earnestly desired that it meetings, while they make us blush for the re-
be published in all the Methodist papers, that putation of the common name by which we are
our people may have an opportunity to consider called,
the question and express their opinion on a sub- As a Church, a r r, ( , ,
ject of vital importance to them- injury that we ha- I ,- ...
In case the matter meets with general favor, ern co religionists; but we are ready to investi-
and is so indicatedbypubbeations in our Church gate any barges, and, if they can be substan-
papers, the minuters unted will no doubt feel tiated, to repent and amend,
in this good work, and
a si n .. .1 .. f = I _i i. 1 We should walk carefully through the ways
in one or more of our I of hfe, for the death-bed is a severe reckoning
publication will give those concerned an oppor time.

f __


Rev. Geo Kramer from Baltimore-now sta-
tioned in Madison-labored most efficiently,
The impressions his cloguent and pathetic dis-
courats and exhortations made, were irresistible
and inaffaceable. His acrmon on the judgment
was terrific.
Rcy. Dr. Anderson of Florida favored the
audience with a mostheautiful exposition of St.
. 1 le bia royal audience.
I a f discourse was Aerip.

I th go, 'About thoun rouno Cmhe too
tian-and the persuasive to play, contained in
the Gospel, were most attractively presented by
this accomplished divine.
The sermon, by the laborious and estimable
pa-ter on the laneuage of David, "I thought on

eibw ye," was pointed-practical-and very
Never were : 1. 'enlisted as at
h I rk is I 1 1 wounded and
In III .J.I. c.. The cultivated Superinten-

d to milinute crac r seaumber of clerical
There sat the pale-gallant-ooble fellows

(1 r aru i] tooda a hr ic e sed ref7
families and our homes They enlisted all my
-*l haddlost Wind tspotless hon-

mous generoeity ma provi ion for the a anna

hile 0 -t inot ten la look

in nerd, n accents tlud esad, pallid features

ars ush g froh y nd my an

thank God-anel at .. a ..v<.t, rul .,ppream.efore
of the opportune

The Da ,tist and Presbyterian M:nisters
dered very Th fthe 7th ch of R
e <0 our ill lon bresptethe momans
g ry


v a a st re destined to li n
y s, imp
Alas I did not meet them during this de-
lighthat solourn. Judge Docherty to whom I
had the honor of being introduced more than a

.3udge C.ayton joyfully converted. Tim c es
on which he hung all his hopes triumphantly
ft 3 haul th k eastHoo lo 0 dwe 5

asicep. May alt his children enjoy a blissful

zle . I
her deque sulfrom aisort whala arisomeworld


the will of the late Rev. Iverson L Graves, of Decatur, WA Dodge .
Newton county, made a report, which was adop. DeKalb Colored Charge, To be supplied,
ted. It was agreed that Conference should re-
linquish in favor of the now dependent family
of tbo deconsed, all claims upon the estatoit now * 1 I I J T Curties, Sp.
enjoys by virtue of said will The report was *
reierred to Col. Geo N Lower, who was made a Alpharetta. Jan Chambain.
trustee in the property matters of the Confer- Roswell. To h supplied,
once Upon motion, the Rove H II Parks and Mariana, W F Cook, and A Moans, Sup.
.Ti 1 i. . 1 1 , . Acworth, W .) Scott.

ence I . Aeworth Miwton, To be aupplied.
An appeal was made in behalf of the Rev 1* F Deavours, Sup.
Mr 1 "r 1 n, who calls for aid I I one to be sup-
fron = * = to enable him to
r I 1 -ork. A callection was taken Unwrm liantwT-John 0 Sinuous, P. E.
I <1 to Mr. Allen. The sum of Calilin, if J Adams,
91U) v. n slhliller, of the Committee on the a daor 01 tr5 31 eS$

Bible, read a report, which was adopted. Ad- '1hornaston and Colated Charge, Damel Kelsey
journed to So'clook, P. M. Barneeville, W F Smith,
Arreasoon sessioy Fayetteville, RA 8triphy.
Conference met-Bishop Pierce 2 -- 11cDonough, J M P> ight.

s tSescomlue a ru g session reau W Itaynolds
and confirmed. 2i on, W Pi Arnolel 1
he ugerannuated lialdw cal bi sancdd e be supplied,

W Carroll, John 8 Vord, I'lolg
as 1 < II, on 1 e ,TSB 001.111) 02 F ti t F 1 ^1 A Engers,
la F 10 Da IFmade a report of the Preach. So y choollAgen Rev 0 J Pearce.

a Periodicals, made a report, which was a ll v n, J T Payne,

adt] Georee Kramer, chahman on the South W 1 ar to the Ilongow 9 Chq/erence
ern Christian Advocate, made a report highly Amu TA Dismaror-corone.v.
complimentary to that religious journal, which Richmond,
was adopted, and a vote of thanks tendered to Columbia, I I=
Rev Job W Burke and to the Rev Dr Myer Warren, Joshun Andrew
Committee on Necessitous Cases made a re Jefferson, To be supnlid
part, embracing a resolution of thanks to Mr 13urke, To be supplied,
Lueratia Edmondson for her donation of 850
Report was adopted, I as to the place of hol IIan e es 1 1st snuar-(XHORED.

Washington, D; Atl\ene 4; Madison, 4. Nei I -1 ,
1 , i was
. I. = [ 10 Jones, Geor a Simmons
s not Jasper, B Showers and W Moreland.
cessary to settle the question, which was as fol. Monroe, J Green.
lows: Augusta, 29; GriiBo.52; whereupon the Culloden, S Kendall,
ashop announced that Grillin would be the 13arnewille la, rise To so onppimi
cof holding the next North Georgia Con- vil c
bec IT 1 1 ized to Pike and F * I I one to be
have supphed
Adjourned to Ti F. M.

Conference m m] ev ro31enn, reculin 1 I 0 dimit
Reli ser come ndu ed byaRe nd adopted __ _ . _

or the
ma y

books unsold, or partly in both, to com, 1 The North Georgia Conference. Elders'Orders: Green M KendrickSmith Yne-
e operations with the following year. This This body assembled at is li on . -.,, .. i. I trick II Brew-
as the church will, to, Ga., Nov. 27, Bishop I . rI * Leake, Samuel
be' session . la Davenport,
us, the people can be supplied with our by the I = 1 'll I = Duke, Thomas

A resolution was offered by Rev Mr Thigpen,
that the id Friday in April next, be observed as

an sG J 1)earce elected i is t
of t = the citi
zons of Athantaand the press of the city, the
various railroads leading noto the city, and to
(be Umtod States Hotel for entertaining the
10shep, and several delegates. Unanimously
The Committee on Memoirs made a report
which embraced tributes to the memories of the
liev LL Ledoctter, Rev Jackson Rusb, and
Rev Wm G Allen Hoport adopted
s .

ad< e the)arriv o e we 1 of een deee d ot
read the Appointments, which are as follows:
AmerrA DisTaler-W. H Potter, P. E.
. Ti 1 A Wright
= II Pattillo.

a 50s a > s.
Apphy, HA Conner,
T tonson, L Ital Evans.

sparta, A J Jarrell
llaricack, J Lewis anel 110 T Caldwell.

Eatomon Gw n Ttm RR Johnson,

At sq Discamr-W. R Bracham, P.E.
Watkinsville, 11 J Harwell and R J Ellis.
Mission, To be supphed.
E W Speer,

Alrocrgran WR Footo and J L Pierce, sup.
Greene, C 2
Lexington, DJ Myrickand one to be supplied
Washington, GW y whenes
Broad River, John ,

1 e all r

El rumeroxGIhsTa T-J H Grogan, P. E.
Elbert, EG Murrah
Jefferson, J li 1 1
Madi nCS1pridhs.

unrtwell, LP Neese
Clarksullo, MG Hu has,

,aid|i, 3 a 1 liams.
I i .. G Hughes

1 ,T >ony.
a si J Newell.
, is 1 3 by RA Giddon.

Jasper, To be supplied.
Roar Disular-A G Haygood, P. E.
Rome, AM Thip en
2 -

Stilesboro' Mission, To be supplied,
13artow Mission, R If Jones,
longston, W C Dunlap.
alh B J Jol oun, inson.
lunnell Ilill, To be supplied by TM Pledger
TI]ton, I '

11 WT IIamilt
O la fo b on.
dstan 10 ,ion, TooTe 12 TV F POS wart
LAGRANGE DrearcT-L. J. Davies, P. E.
1 . \yV t 0 tColored Mission, To

PM Ryburn-
TSL Harwell

r ]il a Co daChda eRW J Cotter.
Mountville, 'in so applid
Coweta and J * IP Jones.
Newnan, EP Bireb-
Palmetto and Grantville, J T Lowe
Frankhn and Colored ChargeJ W McGehee.
Bowden, To be supplied
Carrollton, C Trusselland oneto be supplied.
Haraison Mission, To be supplied.
Campbell, J J Davis.
Saudtown Mission, To be supplied.
Wesley Chapel, FA Kirnbell
Trinity Church, WM Urumley and J N Craven>

Cit 2 ission, CJ Oliver and WP Pattillo.
Atlanta Circuit, W J Wardlaw.
Fulton, SJ Bellab.

literature W Heidt, were eketed Secretaries. :. I a 14 McCarty,
and Sandy Kendall, (colored).
EMORY COLLEGE. LAY DELEGATES PRESENT. The Rev A fl Redford, Agent of the South-
The Board ofTrusteesof this Institution met N Dunn. ern Methodist Publishing House, asked permis
at Atlanta on the 26th inst., for tl ose of -1 1 Carlton, J C Johnson sion tobe heard with regard to that institution.
filling the chairs made vacantby tl t drawal an 11 co t <<-Rev I J M Goss, Robert e 1 i ., ,
of President Thomas Their dehborations re- Hester and Devant, etc., given by tbo speaker The aid of Confer
suited in the election of Sidney Lewis, Esq., to Dublancy Distriet-Geo Kellogg and Isano ence was n , .
theehargeofthe Preparatory School, the transfer 31e0onnel Dr MeFC rks on
f Prof. J. L from the Professorsh Ilome Distrier-TI VM Millor. religious papers, pubbeations, etc and his sug.
o ewis,.ir., ip LaGrange Distrirt-Rev Jan M Grillin, II gestion , 1 ,,1 .

dti it uniotto has d the Gr k Lanounce R lee as ,In E Do jierriwether. on sked permission to ]ny 101 n confer
Clark to the chair 01 Latin Language and Lit- District-Rev 1bos G Scott and the claimsot the Baltimore Episcopal Methodist,
erature and of Rev Luther M Smith, D. D, to Th I which he did in a short addre .
A resolution of the Rev II II Parks for the The Treasurer was ordered to repay the share
the Pre id neyhd I mutil esident during | to Conimittee wais adopted, and d th Confe nee inMti ,L Dog

the last term, and has given eminent satisfaction 'ttees fr>r th a . Com- i cly appiledo Conoral

to be"tudenot Faculty, c mmunity and those miclertra7-0 J W Tally, W J Parks, utes printed was di ct and the lievm
tmewitness thenhility lie has deveeene" enou John W Hi to ( J Pearcie. EdileMurrah, G Dickey was appointedby the loshop to 2: ke sub
istering the stairs of the Institution. This is ** I *' Harris, R Heater, .rp)
a high endorsement, and fillly warranted the .1 unth 1171 1 ill T 31 Merriwether, 0 o'clock, Saturday morning

a cus uring his val i as y ('amn t w Minstructed to report at The Conferene

sci illi tinge, durin all the time oen by t r i In 11 or was consumed Nov 10, the I e d
one o grle prosperitt a r ne me ocf th n- repor second oxy 'J'be)cx mmat of tisic una e of E ders

-which, however, are in themselves quite in- Conference assembled at 9 o clock, Thursdays Cranford 1 d relat on
adequate to the character of the labor bestowed. Nov. 28 The sewion was opened with services .James . I on the su-
Prof Clark is well known as among our ablest conducted by Rev Lovick Pierce When the pornumerary list
preachers. Ileis agraduate of Brown Univer- roll was called, several dolegates not present on A resolution was offered by Rev. .Tohn C
the first day answered to their mines Minutes Simmons to appoint a conunittee to prepare an
and left the profession of the previous meeti were road and approved, address to the Stewards of the several dreastsof
Agoodscholarwhen The first bus older was thereportof Conference with referenesto making carly ar-
hegraduante ,nholluessirmeebecuras li enestudent tlo500mmittee to whom had been ass gned rangemendes a ie su wrt o 1ta ismin tr

ag ic 0 n re i aHe the Chairm 1 vm et a n a to t z
will add much to the enthusiastic and self-sacr(- lately. r indue s to
fi it which his colle have b On Alemoire-J T Korris, II R Harris and I as = = Allen, of
cing spir agues ereto WR Foote this Conference.
Are manifested in sustaining the fortunes of the On Education-E W Speer, M Calloway, J A resolution was offered by 31r Potter in re-
Institution. W Hinton, Y L G Harris and W II Felton. nation to a report of the amount assessed and
Ernory College is a necessary element in the On Southern Christian Adcocate-Geo Kra- the amounts paid by the several circuits and
reng he dhprre pnee d 00 IMetl o m ineGeor me aA o5arrell and Ir;C a W J Scott, W stations of thi nferenej as to the destitute of

A Rogers and Isnae McConnel. .. .- * I
edpwell nilm ir iti9t 91t esen>wd 1 H n OwMBdble-11 J Adams, W II Potter and I I .
ulty bnve it in their power to make of it one of Mission B rd-John W Talky, President; us e but h ad Annal i to po 25ts wcrd

an Tall u rorua lyInstituti us inrct d 10enat BriH Big m,/;icAP t;TTI dams 2d d sanpt.,] sepointine, a so ma tee t< outer
nothing wanting that can be don to secure this HarrisonbSTr yEva 11 Brauha II Potter, and
end, a few years will repay thern for all they Gray, ( Mr Thigpe/offered a resolu n that examine.
have done, given, or sullered for its sake. HR II or the transac-
---------- Dunn preceding the
The North Georgia Conference. Board rf finanec-0 WI n si a . .
This body met)in AtlantoaoncW adayde2e a 1 t F S aSit ,to or as app mass n '1 isend a 1 lollet

tor was able to be present only two days of the ter, George Kellogg, 11 F Price, JE Dent, ment of the past history
session, and he can, therefore, say but little of TM Merriwether, J B Hanson and DR Adams future prospects at the literary lastitution in
its proceedings. The Rev. A. G. IInygood was [* Smith has long been a prolbssor, and
d he la ert sely made the President. The written
elected Secretary, an as promised to furn' to committees. report was followed by a forcible speech from Dr
lah an abstract of the proceedings of the Confer A report from the Rev Dr E W Schon, See- S., in which he urged upon ConfLrence the
ence for our readers-which, if not reaching the retry of the Board of Foreign Minions, was necessity of continuing to give all the aid in its
office in time ibr this week's paper, will appear read and referred to canonittee. power to an institution that had proven in the
next week. The editor is com elled to leave The Rev Peter AH J ., = 1 Treas- past so worthy to receive it. These remarks in
urer of the Board of behalf ofEmory College were cordially received
home before this issue of the paper is made up, A conimunication from Mrs knerati2 Edmond- by Conference. 110 was followed by Rev Dr
and at this writing, it is uncertail whether the pon, containing the sum of $50, was read and Means, who desired to endorse all that Dr Smith
reports will come in this, or next week. accepted. This money the author stated, wa had said, and to nod it Methodism was
--- conveyed to Conference that it 1 F -r true to herself sh must be ( uo to Mr inst tu
THE UN Earnt w s8 ti IE le g d pl 1 tloathe nu)BWa ( I OT Ver tol the C ions," and a tedil vl 01no a TIsa

mittee on Necessitous Cases bird of a century, and.hoped that Conference
ConferenceofBishop PiereeRovs. J W.Burke A communication was read from J T Lin would continue its t ovena place of
A. H. Redford and wife, the Editor of the Ad- Principal of the "Hilliard Institute," at Forsyth .
vocate and others, and is the stopping place of i I we of Conforcuce Re . I a l,

usatmopo n im cl 0 t co ni ti 1 oemath a t : adths to j DrSmith'sr artwasrothnodtotin
patronage, which it seems to be getting ern Chrzstian Advocate, which was referred to Appheants for Decon's orders were called,

De Lincoun, as we learn from a note from count e ,- ] 1 I trial: Geo K a It' kfbliow pgMel}dated. Victor E Manget
him, leaves home this week for a hnef trip to .. I .. l* Heath, Thos A James C Thurman, a dhthodier

E e me I nwilPp t at tx p The following- a 1 I Leaves of absone for the re mainder of the
a adl e9x at r voopp r ten ty of sa athe eP ree, 'Jreas.; J0 31e(Johee. I 1 LArnold, Car-

san es es Inonisa r rn.1Ve w sh him Secrke 11 J Adams, FA Kimbdi, W F Conference adj Vacancies in the 1 li 1 e Conference met at 9 0 clock, Monday, Dec 2,
Tn Eurrow after leaving the North Georgin 1867. Opening services conducted by Rev J C
Conference, spent only a day in the office J W Beynolds, O 11 sunnons.
and went on to the session of the Florida Con- Japso W J Pollard and I (11 Orders: 31snutes of last 2necting were read and ad-
ference. He will be absent a fortnight or more, Jan I 1 a it ins and John It opiter W II Potter, chairman of the Commit.
and special correspondence must await his re- Parker tee on Education, read a report, wluch was ad.
turu, Local preachers elected to Deacons' Orders: opted as a whole. This repoct referred to :00.
RM Hughes, Wm T Powe 1, Oliver P Rach, ry College, and embraced a reso utton that Con-

11xony Non IAdvertbseT We learn et 1 J n a enp3)s 11

tobisD 12 i adl gl fl on coeo Silas Montgomery, (colored) and John QA ng
edition, there being 146 pupils in the College.
It furnishes the best of facilities for edneation. "
See announcement in this paper.
termofthis Institution begins January 15,1868. institute The cominue ea
For information as to departments of instruction, motion, they were refer 2, of "III liard loatitute,' at

advanntages 0 locuOty, r so & scoet r o de le D I t
to Teachers, at the close of the advertisement "I I . I resolution pre-
THE NATIONAL Punusalso Co advertise wherever it is

r Conference a few moments. r ., pt ticableW Key, Chairman Board d Financ)es
., a ... I 1. = r the orphans
rece.-There are some special features in the aft noon, to consult upon the matters referred and widows of aeceased ministorswere then dis-
plan of doing business by this company worthy to em tribute, the total amount being 82,8(10 45.-
of attention. See advertisement in this paper. Turn DAY. Amount reported on the Bishop a Fund by the
The Agents for Macon, are Messrs J. W.Burke Conference met on Friday morning, the 29th, same Board, $914.55, being a deficiency of
and J. B Cobb. at 9 o'clock. The opening acrvices were con- 885 45, which at was moved and recorded by
I 1 1 1 av Alexander Means. Conference to have ma e up at once. His was
th- 1- -t-------- -1 }, Sec. done.
SITBBORIPTIONS EXPIRED, retary AG II... I . 1 The sum of $45 80 Conference collections,
Subscribers whose subscriptions have expired, Rev W It I =* I .* quir. having been received after the report of the
or are about to expire, will please notice the >mmittee to take into Board of Finance was made up, it was ordered
change made on their papera za the address- a ** * ' = 3 *, = 1 = s the most
Instead of the usual printed date after each for its object the aid of you . . which the
name, there now appears in each case above who design preparing themselves for the itin- money was given.
erant ministry. The resolution was adopted, Rev Mr Potter, chairman of committoo to
' la : . . .. .. when t I consider the propriety of maining a Soexoty for
-1 ' > . . I ris, Fe]. ill al .: .1 aiding youngmen tostudyfor theitincrentalinis-
a request to renew. For instance instead of committee. try, made a report. The report embraced a
printing asheretoforeany, "Peter Sloan, Decem. A communication from the Trustees of the draft of a I.= I / Laws to regulate
her 186P'-the address now stands- Wesleyan * II I read the same *It I ad his report by
"PeterSloan, "====== == and reterre a = * ** I = eb--4, th- in r I -~ r-omising
In all tl A communication from Dr II . . .= 1. I I .1 minis-
promptly : I -11 g is tary of the Board of Domest of the
dieceo nue sending the paper, which necessi- ad and referred to the Board of Domestic Mis- anid By-I we for said soelety embracedit in
Upon motion of Rev Mr Glenn, a committee was taken up by sections and adopted. After
Eurke's Weekly for Boys >0.1 0... ,,
I ... : a I .

dates, etc, and s one of the == a 1 I . **
treated PAPERS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, ever publish. nual Conference, offected as follows: President, W II Potter;
ed in America. Price only troo dollars a year Ti 11 . 1 1 --'.-- W F Cook; Treasurer, J T Norris
for single subscribers. Three copies for 85. : < ** I It 1 .. I I . I s* F Cook, Treasurer of the Special
Clubs and Sabbath-schools ,,1 ] r 1 i discipline. The examination proving satisfae. Fund for necessitous cases, made his report, and
eral terms. All subscribe = II tory, they were admitted to full connection 4, .. ,
be supplied with back numbersatitebed and put Francis T Hughes, Wyly T Hamilton, WI ,
up in beautiful illuminated cours Rivers, CA Evans, GT Embry, Willis T Cald- elusion of the distributiona collection was taken
Preachers are requested t = .. ... I well, and Cyrue H Ellis. = : ni 1 1 1 1 ; del gates and the
for every cash subscriber . us Reve John W Ileide and Josiah Lewis, Jr . = = 11 : = = .. 1 o bis f ind,
will be allowed 50 cents-i. e. send us 81 51) were elected to Deacons' Orders fror si r, Tr
and keep balance for commission Here is a year's class. = 1 : I .. = = = a ==
chance for our brethren to make something The ministerial character of W C 1.*1 I .ri as . I I
while they helpus to interest the young. Speen- passed. . -= 11 a 11 I is = 1 I ..
men numbers sent on a plicatum. Address, der II 1.* s rwere ele edC el)<8 C John. Trustee in the matter, by whorn all details will

Publishers, son, and George Simmons (colored). be arranged.
ef Macon, Ga. The following local preachers were elected to The committee to investigate the matter of

VISIT TO ATHENS. I I I = roicehieftain-great
At the comancement I met my friend, the jurist-c oquent orator-over and above all-
Rev Mr Parks, who very kindly invited me to the conscientions chri tian, always ready to give,
assist him at his contemplated meetin.v. If It C 1 ( :r and holy

d heritage T ch gr et him along the cercu'can pa eme
At the last coultrence, when my appointment
was announced, as a supernarnerary, Icould not 1 .gies Lumpkin! Twenty five yeare
have anticipated such restoration to health, as
to enable me to perfLrm the work (little as it ' I 1 i 5 E'
has been) which I have been abic to do. poo 10 The sons and daughters of Temperanee
In the renew I 1 in Replia were there,
ure, and rouder .. ... In revirals of religion-ever prepared to
knowledgements to God, hold up the standard of Emannel-what soul
sysy areI wweanes, stirring appeals-what melting, subduing rheto-
rie. And then, on his knees by the side of
besecehing prostrate penitency. The peace Di-
The opening Sabbath was inelemone- and vine end descend in answer to his fervent
.. 1 But we shall hear him no more
* singing the on earth lie bu left us, and has joined the

onver 4, came swiftly walking dow td i le 1 1 II :.1 . 3 .. ] li lob
bathed in tears, and throwing himself on the reaved and venerable widow; and before that
breast of the minister, exclaimed, "O! I want august and awful Throne, we bowed in company
to join the church!" Jesus and Zion, and the q 2 I
pastor mostairectionatelyana coratany welcomea -- .

5bt oT h so a vae e r i : I
luni when a child. May his excellent parents heard 1 ? ministers of our church

inve10a{] rtotrareji c, that thus early, he has ak of the pioneers of Meth-
I am decidedly in favor of great solemnity Rev. Hope Hall--some of the earliest recitals
d so le ornudi3 ii the receptbat] is re e 0 ver>and wortirl the ul tadned

busine demands dispatch I m000 haste and ngdor

ok tn ti x pyz dm le idx li< 1Lu unt enterpri s-none more modestly on-
th I 1 2 e rry i n I <)1 olifel ook sideuca -taPonse a ra tu1inI Ipra e en

evenpe to the mountains, lest thou be consumed ing--in the closet--at the domestic altar-in
-boast i 00 thyself of to morrow, for thou icoow- the congregation of the saints-stimulating-
est nor what a encouraging--blessing.
thy hand firdle * = == 1 ..= Bi ]we is -r n tTe 1 tandd y!

inorrny Alan 3oung man, to-morrow may he as beatifle spirit took its fight--' nbsent from
coincident with the Alanighty's hurity the re- the body--pinent with the Lord." Oh: may
turnless holt, that leaves thee on damnanon's an numorthy and humble friend implore, that
side of I spe, all the amily nity,10m the loved ones on high,

ad )I 2 see I le)Fons o

y 222t-nate ood Irother, Dr. Ilill, all i the Heavenly
Hark Hear the melancholy lornenia ion of r is obe arm
that young man in his last hour-I was present $osp.talities extenae3 to me during my sojourn

8 knoo it 11 It holF oi 1 --- in this Leautiful town
fbr me I forgot my father prayers-I feel I shall never ce>a to remember in my offee-
now the softprevure of my sweet mother shand note applications any many kind friends so
oa my head The so iding drops from her Jear, >ens

t a G till w cf 2 edr Cu la nod narr To ot'Tuni r t-meeting at
1 1 at sacred things-disdainful 7 At Union Point I partook of a most sumptu-
IIcre I am-dying-undone ous dinner-I may be permitted to reeemmend
lost fore .the pr act r is i it a e \hat sweet nwmoriesi ian proprietorthac

The fruits were visible-pecolous souls, convert District-nicetings, when the thousands who have
ed then, sang and prayed with us now. The engaged them, the present year, and have been
meavowations , I __ .: real uned and reconsecrated, shall
: ercen-glad shores of endless rest
-with unaba ed interest to the last. ---and shake hands, and speak of the happy
What n magnificent Sabbath The air is greetingsqicyous shootings-and high resolves
balmy and laden with fragrance. All natute is -gi' + glory,
serene-quiet : -- -1 move on to the ] in the absence of a Bishop,
temple. From = pious hearts as- presided with dienified modesty and ability.
cend grateful prayers and praises 'Tis corn- 1 1- loves him-an able, faithful man.
memoration day. The simple, touching prepa I = reached the Church, I observed you
ratroa of bread and wine-the snow white cloth in the pulpit. Younsustalloreme to say, that-
covers the sacred service-the sermon is finished [manuscript illegibic -PHINTER.)
-the friends of Jesus are invited around the Perhaps the Church, now-a-days, withits/alse
altar-hundreds of communicants. Oh! what polish, as our venerated father Arnold phrased it,
an affecting, beautiful spectaclc! The widowed may be surprised, when I write, that you-a
mother in the garh of borewon grave editor, walked down the aisles-exhorting
kneels-and by her side is her ,' the perishing crowds to fly at once to Jesus.
1>oth in tears as they receive the precious em- But, my dear Doctor, you did right-you will
blems of the dear Saviour's -:i 4 HI 1 never look on theirfacesagain. In the name of
streaming blood Husband 3 I --, your Master, yea warned and entreated, with
and children-need and young-teachers and earnestness and tears,
studonis-all there. The amiable and be- You had an illustrious example in Bishop
vod s2mint* Pictee, at the Sandersville Distriot-meeting.

Observe that venerated form in the altar. 'Tis
the Chancellor in tears, so orcrwhelmed with walked amongat the perishing sinnereand beg-
emotion that he could not conduct the service god them to have Christ and Heaven. This is

op thiact ainr r gi le s tit rattvol s wrijolt gent inc ap liew resume aod a week lon er.
My dear Brother Godfiny contributed large to
the suspicious results. About twenty were
pious inspiration Do you hear the words, added to the Church.
I never witnessed a more tonehing and bean-
tiful spectacle, than was presentedwhen thein-
I ., .. Ii those defatigable Agent, Rev. J. Blakely Smith, ad-
sof. I . -1 =1 l:ard of dressed l .1 1' .= I as i 1,. a
Avon say: with <] I .1 .. .1 .*, . 4 I I.;r r a r,
After the choir had sung for us, whilst we "Suffer little children to come
partook of the holy st, then the -erc, unto me, and fbrbid there not, for of such is the
one of them-knolt atrteh altar and reco ved t Kingdom of Heaven."
sacred symbols-and we sung for them: I Rev. Mr Cook, the pastor, so laborious and
??in in m in That anoramental Subbath in Athens will be 1 was united in great revival meetings 31 years
remembered in Heaven. ago in Muscogee county.

50K@EfR E tisfiRE 8tatt.


Circulating Hethodiet Literature
We publish elsewhere an appeal from Rev. A

He Redford, o o fwoma gonalo mee-
pay ell at
The appeal is made to each preacher to s
least sixty dollars worth of the publications
that House, and success will be achieved. Th
seems no large amount of books to be disposed
of in each charge-if only in Disciplines and
Hymn Books. But there are few preaches%
who have even so little money as this to invest
in books; and therefore, If they were so dis-
posed, many of them could not engage in the
usiness.nblished last week a plan devised by a

lay brother whose attention has been awakened
to this subject, by which a fund is to be raised,
by a joint stock company on each circuit or sta-

't or ndpurpo dof a ppl or li eat

e u enw o pire e tlbse s te bt ts

dle to or t enneefit ofWe would prefer a
Sunday-schonotlsin If any brethren wish to make
an sorse sis way, they can enter o
a private arrangement with the preacherfurnish
the money, let him sell the books and divide the
profits. Then there is no machinery. If the
church undertake the work, through tbo noas
terly Conferences, the church, in its 1.

and o e
at hundreds of d llars worth l>wksamu

many given away, as the original sum contribu-
ted. We here re produce the leading features
of that plan. It proposed to do all the work of
for Tract Society, throu
our mer gh an agency we

a f dthen stu po f av hatAgazing- d
having all the contributions go directly for pur-
chasing books, etc. We only needed a system
to make the agents we had, effective. We then
asked t c"uest tem be devised ? Are there

any agencies in our church, that can be thu*
employed. Ilas its legislation ever assumed,
that there is such an agency, and enacted laws
based on the assumption ? Who can doubt it?
The Discipline says to the preachers, "Read

asma tt useful be sjtal a anoregulkarly a
diligent to spread the books, and then you will
have the use of them"-a law as old as Metho-
It is made the duty of a Presiding Elder, "to
promote, by all proper means the publication, at
our own press, of tracts and Sunday-school
books;" which law he can best keep, by pro
moving their circulation. It is made the duty
of the preacher, "to see that all th le with-
p epeop
in the bounds of his charge, be duly supplied
with our books and periodicals;" and he is fur-
ther incited to the work and aided in it, by its

tnheml ech eig I e at econ idered
of the church Is circulated and read."
There is no room for doubt here. The Dis.
cipline-the law of the shurch-provides the

oednet.of non -it! Ilad swe t, nethe
do or have done. And there is no outlay of

mr detdoc ofneaxpeennse, hheere to r
a Methodist itinerant preacher. He me act
alone-or call in help. Ifemayenlist the ines
leaders, exhorters, local preachers, or any active

or arne o e tari s'williony rtloo:sid him
of distribution-no interference from abroad
no expense. The work can be taken upatpleas-
ure or laid aside, whenever financaal safety de-
mands it. There need be little regard of loss,
by o during a large stock-for Depositories are
not r away.
Thus books may be easily brought within the
reach of the people, for sale, and the profits
ought to pay all expenses and leave some profit

t etial But there are three dil5culties

po modes not provide books for the
2. It requires some capital to initiate it, and
the preachers have little or none.
3. It allords none of thataecurityagainseloss,
which the Society Tract Agent has; for the
books may not be sold-and the preacher is not
able to sustain the loss or to give them away-

of mer eb oak I difficulties in the way
Can they not be put out of the way ? Let
us suggest a plan, that makes every charge a

a ha i So

the people. Let the books be bought and sold
and the money re-invested, and thusturnedover,
say, a half dozen times a year. Thus the profit
on $600, will acerne. Give the preacher half
of it, for his trouble. Give the other half and
all the original investment to the poor and to
the Sunday-sehools, in books. Let the preacher
report his transactions to the quarterly confer-
ences. The next year repeat the process; and
in a few years, thousands of dollars worth of
our books will be found in every charge
We have specified $100-as the surn raised,
only forexample's sake. Less would do to begin
with-more would do much better.
A ti thisvaria on on plan would be to return
the original investment in money or books not
yet sold to the quarterly conferences, at the end
of the year-having given away half the profit
in books, the preacher receiving the other half.
Another variation would be, to have the
preacher, if able, to add, say, an equal amount
to the contribution from the church, make his
profit on this, and give in books to the needy
the entire profit on the sum contributed and di
vide the original investment among the Sunday
schools in books. And do the same every year
As to specifications and details these may vary
with eiremnatances. The essence of the plan is
1. Let the church furnish the preacher a
small capital, to be used in disseminating our
literature, by sales,
2. Let the preacher do this wisely and indus-
8. Let him so use it that the people shall at
the end of the year have the donation and the
proSta onli, in books: or only the latter while
the onganal investmenteremaine eitherin money

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December9, 1867


MIX & HIRTLAND! Situations Wanted, .

s o, ae n, xx so wasoo v. you 7wo rouse many:s wno DE-

1Yo. 8......... Cotton Avenue............No. 8.
MAcos, Ga.
thenergestausemiscreadstock or Wanted.

,' n
* .veeverowered m timesty. An of

I most devoutly pray.that the houred father ble that in some ficids of ministerial labor this EMORY ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION. these provisions foribits its charter; the Treas- 1868 1868
may enjoy the Influite i 1- much cannot be done; but for every charge 500 NAMES TYANTED. national
6wo@ tb og adt >r Well done good and faith. | 17 sere t oetusd lbe 11 .ustif bl fipit there 1 Friends of Education! R -0 to following stated that nh would press the bill at an SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN A0YOCATE I
ful servants ', I trebie his ciforts 1 , and respond w 1 came an p ce. day, saying Congress mustgrapple finaneraldilli-
Outhbert is one of the most beatiful and submit the qucation, Can our debts be p to Dy wa ad its 0 . .1 1 akies at once, and assertain the true condition E. n. axYmus, D. o..nomoa.
I has itable I the entire Church, and demand lost one hundred tho I a In the finanoral disturbauces -Senate ad.
We will enteratonee the names of the preach- ment. Comparatively little is left, and that a 1 I 11:30 Monday. THIRTY FBoS VOLUME.
At this meeting, I had the >reofej $endT at (TI n owe midy Ittle as yet pays a very small dividend. So1mb Dec. 2-In t ste, memorial of the Ala- ,OLD All TVI LL ESTABLISH-

I is, ,, .,_ in this work. We solicit on this basis orders I the hama Convention for the repeal of the cotton
immediately: I .-- .1 1 We cannot afford to taxreferred.-Rcsolutions of the Tennessee
My car grateful beart will remember fbrever tron. Purch I s . . . st ha-- -11 P--M T squi.,*,n.. It., sho ragesi ne tha ..ntenn and to. . .. ... "
the remarkable kindness and pecuhar favour from the Publishing House, or from any of the dent, an able Faculty, more :, ,
so unmerited, conferred on me. Depositoriessothattbe purebasers bearia mind, brary-repairs are mooded-i. --ta ,,
America. J. P. D. that to render us the aid for which we ask, the is necessary must bounced, and a Committco was appointed to .
books purchased must be our oson publications, have money. 7 I I
The Tatnall Camp-meeting Depository Agents will please report to us the "Nil desperandum "
names of all brethren who may make purchases I propose a new plan: I will not ask for w. sunxn uo.,
TaThis was liedd at die ne for this purpose. We request the Presiding dreds or thousands-not now, perhaps n *. ---

nS il r dni st I o d r po d? Catalogues ntd211 bt n n it the b on 01 tassian Luierica.- n s pe a
swelvebie t utmbertare I an A. H. REDFORD, Agent. for the sake of system and certainty, let us form on Ways and Means.-ThePostallioc commit- one square
me as an ENoow rENT Assoorerrow, have a Press tee was directed to inquire into the expediency na or onpa
such occasions. They . hav- Promthe Nashrine cannuan Advocate, dent, Secretary and Treasurer, meet annually at of allowing Railroad companies to carry letters
ibr the most pa ank 100 and chunne
O f d h d d br ro b es i of

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ho pay

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wuorusix.x no users..
a low sethesumequainy orgeous can he bought
c y or state
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cold wendler.n waineerise am non A n o thea dian is nae eso of No0, then, I propose/ n taine of .;ive hundred quire int h expe iency of 1

ber, for I I ..*, None of the missionaries were present at the r Emory ---Rosolution adopted C

icmstw nty mile very work. .i .. .1 But annually, or annually, at his ow present The arAnnanacance aphy or use areat whole me and netan r>ealer in

,li a la cationsohave been r eived. Theycomd 11at de 110 If tl ed talilegwillT A come ittee was a adbt idwrm tl>r TS POPULAROTY IS ATTESTED ay Tax
finding no door or window shutters, or fire place been made out and committed to the mark In settled wher that the President won communicate his mes- FOREIG NAND DO HE ST IC
to the preacher's tent, I felt and evoo expressed : I 1. but from some cause were delayedon I appeal sage at noon to marrow.-The Election Com-

thee wi b that I had not ome. The brethren, = I wrote you from Fort Gibson that the year < me othefriend mitt r per odns ib oo{reGalad3drzoem Dece--sw [ants as. DRY GOODs.
achimney < I 3 .1 I I had been a prosperous one. But I find upon otion will 1.. Adiourned. AGbvis WANTED FOR THE
shutters were properly arranged, andwo were at farther information, that much more has been The machine "LIFE OF JEFFERSON DAVIS,,, 137 Congress Streett TVedey
once quite at horne accomplished than I had then supposed. Cou- will run, if you will push. One shove, my Trial of Mr. Davis. By FRANK H ALFRTENDof Richmond, formerly editor Septl Sm SAVANNAM, GA.
1. . I = Go begin. Adoring the limited supply of laborers the fruit friend, just now. There, that will do-thank Rickmond, Nov. 26.-Judge Chase did not or els southern Leerary messenger.
1 . /, owashqinto isve oabtuhnedan.nt bemSpi h rb mpsonun rd AdDr.eMyers will report progress through elloblock S qA FULL AND AUTHENTIC HE THI
day, it was anall, there beilug searcely any left God has remembered their poverty, and has Friends and brethren, if you do not rush Thelourt-room was densely it reh 100 &

I i. Teivigh all pdiritual gi s .1 I 1 .ii 1 li I e- -- -- u win. l' and iv wre ehntti caenpd nece-4w NorroNAL everianit% tTila.
r 1 twofold G. F. PIEKCE. Brady and Reid. Judge Underwood took his -- Bowdon Collegiate Institution,
The entire responsibility of this field, so far Sunshine, 22d July, 1867. seat at 11:30 A. st, and the grand jury were ENCOURAGE
: a I . r as Methodism is concerned, is upon us. No sworn. I I, i ,. IT TT 1 1 nowoom, exanoura couryan. gartment
a *, other Methodist orgaumation is represented We join Bishop Fierce in the ph I i 1 i I II .* I SOUTHERN INSTITUTIONS rA>. n.o.:\s. mounosos, exemdent
of the Indeed, the last night was a here at all. These perishingsoula are on our made, and would urge its general ** .* = I lices should .

aler w timets, intlem o that tl e hands. .ill th so pl of thebbere rof life aiil tho ughounn we I m y Ire * *" cejeconnect -:0:- r IIE NEXT TERM OF TillS INSTITU- can
found no = thrown them upon us, and tion. Upon th. me....esson ar ea Date t \* THE GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY
farth the I all 1. sub were tbo if we fail, the blood of souls will be required , ,
admission of eighteen as candidates for Church us. Out of our deep poverty, as a Church, subpeanned to attend at the present O'nKENTUS5 CONFINES ITS BUSI-
membership, very nearly, a was t oupriht, sixty must meet this demand, and the sacrifice will term, among who were General Robert E. Lee,
all the more acceptable on account of the pc and a number of prominent oilicials under the capua*, ou.:othason ..... Good Business and Practicalliducation,
crty out of which it abonuds to the praise late Confederate Governairent, were called. Only
The brethren, and in this connection 1 must God three of the witnesses-ex-Governor Lotcher,
not omit the preachers on the circuit, de- I desire the whole Church to note and ex Secretary of War Seddon, and Gen. William
serve a crest deal of credit for building up in member the following declaration. It is t 0 Wickarn-answeredto the call. The District
these hard times, and in the face of much op- hastily made, I at is the re .1 plannedd that General Lee was in at .rn noncuor Pres anne WOF

p adjit t Treboautiful enea l unet t erit was < t oot p eventio co jt r b si eje it .1 1 a trreasurer. 2 0 ood be gh, pine dal'" PARTAN
the Distnct, would I 1 having indicated a desire to i w sexsexaenero Axenteeorg.a.
the expense inc ir i Mr. Evarts, ^xcusspecial twent
6 showed that those We greatly need a few me nion of the n Eanda n consAgents.mean, on.
persons and churches who contributed most lib for this work Note the ita I was to try the Davis case some day
251 tthonestabliduneninia .. ** I bi 1 the yd p p apple yppy ggy eye,
the support of the ministry! and the Government proposed to
have been the trouble and expense, those good

our!elves;" albeit he himsell / . a ,, ~' Jani-tr
not a sleeper. Can I o
spiritual blessings which they themselves real- labor and suffer for il I I ,i oualconvenience ofMr Davis would
we his is the third camp meeting which I have APPOT EN. =ro11000 if itlerl ad to a placcoin VFC BLE AT

hi n tn1am r it dm hms I inalit giarrell, General Sug , , - .. .1 ai voul agree a (bc pT e combines winn crycerine recommended ror one Normic To rExcuses' nicow
but that they all have been occasions of great UnnoxEE Dismica.-Y I i a would Le = alone to Correc
interest and importance, and of ancalculable Tahlequah and Fort Gibson butto all interests. Judge Under- bucausan exausesa..a canarren. Invemeasy eassus county

r or alie ciMxitsband pee aud{ to the neigh Grand I inner,3D B the arrar t propo ed y ahe cow.cerse a to, w. v. He e--em I corrow-on an
W. KNox. , ,, , g / ,, . t I desired sou r., a ncasers. oesm-san Esnory and Henry College,
Elba Circuit-Montgomery Conference James Alell I =.1 / 1 ,ieScha Id i '.n.mootro a a...anases, wAsmsovots cotxur, TA.
Mr Editor: Having closed my work on this Onocraw DisurcT.-To I ., la * I 1 are the ad. Woolfolk & Anderson> N THE Orn OF JANUARY NEXT,1YE w. -
Circuit it might not be miss to publish in your shnistubee, to be supplied; I In case of He in our sprene suston w un> t a secung ...
exceHent paper something of the year'soperation, plied; Perryville, to be supp . 1 7 1 WAREHousE oilegiste advan age- t vis To ors when .
The circuit is an extensive one, between Pea CHICKASAW DISTRICT.- I 1. ., II J ,, _,,,_ re -
and Conecuh Rivers in the counties of Pike, Chickawaw, John T. Talbott; I
Coffee, Oreashaw and I re-r -ra---:- 1 I Kiamiche, J. A. . i. .. , , , In of Mr. O Connor, to extend Mr COM 31I SSION MERCHANT S.
itsureatwoCourthouse I * Willis. I bond until that time, i
of Pea River, a village of some 300 inhabit uts There are local preachers r ... .e Chase could not E RESPECTFULLY TENDER OUR
having a membuship of some 40 Andalesa, ed at most of the points le leave of absence till the Terra follow worg.a in thestor- r a :
the county site of .* I I to For the Chickasaw District slavisdid not .. Irt. I the war-bon exe- KENTUCKY WeSLEYAd UN.VERSITY,
the work this year, II 1 me transitr. Brother IIarrell w . . 7, Nov 27 -- . Seddon : n a At minerateur non one on I
200; .. . I 3 1 1 adam tenan to the Choctaw Distri *be Grand Jury of the US Circuit woonvogc6tree a 3 in.
has m I = I .1 ] .11 . I * I I was sohcited to preach for the , I Yan Bures, Ark., Oct. 22, use ..oma.
last and continued so to do until I closed. At leas found a new indictment It is
I was scooinpani- To the Kembers of the S c... E. J. JOHNSTON & CO.,

rdell9P. 93 who pre elaed wice > ] set answer to numerous ing .. h Mr. liais will be tak n innistotly emens as I
in demonstration of the spirit and of power. \Ve , hal on this indictment. Gen. Lee WATCITES, JEWELRY,
visited the county jailing wh ch wais ineJrceile'el at 12 o'clock st. Close connecon a t adon were recognized to appear as cross, saves ana surer mated ware.
a poor un Colurabet and Charlotte, 1 Salisbury at wi nesses
erm n#s salvation, d urged her to ca her- I o'clock A. M. The ( Saliebury to Domestxe Markets stemonixs 11: Finvasov coolikETc.
self on the mercy of God in on Isrd Jesus n Alo gantonMie .1 . Ga dZ e New Yoax, De ,nt otton dull at 152 Awar
1 . 1; clock M--twenty- to 1603 Flour dull and drooping; Wheat is in PIAX0 FORTES OF THE BEST MAKERS. n con--

I Mol < on on Congress la ereuifavor Co a dtul 021 firinelr; P ings In his r , l o'clock, 6 not 3enate 3 r J 1Ti (ut oc 2c -( n pr ;ee MACHINE NEEDI ES, and all obe la smprovements for
his e em t 1 .The train South tAle to ny are rae thecCro ilttee I me to cho ee red, 82 50 to 2 53; Corn wircussana JE vstarrepairedalshorenotice

b ared minist r in II anlucks conne m 3Io ganton to Kingsville onmCotam - 1 yedr ac s la e; niewdwl 01311 h 014 nonxvisonoNs neesu.

I i. rs, i II ?.4 rrfsponden w caled for-- eSen WI 1111 0 0 0 r 7;rja a > >Fsrn sir anort ee bove
For the ri., ate went into Executive session and adjourned unchanged; Old Mess Park 21 50 nor acuse, moon, on arox.
these fronzCPr sident Tuniore bmn%2 th ci s aou ,nGena to nT j I h elSqANNAllD .9-Cottond andr ein- 56PI. D. R. MILLAR,
church 17 joined in August last by professor to and exhibited at the ticket offlees. This will regarding the removal of Stanton, Sheridan, 1 ***
failb, and at some of the other churches additions entitle the minister to travel for half fare, and e nowni enasters regarding reconstruction. CHAnisesrow, Dee. 2.-Cotton in good de- Commission and Porwarding Merchant,
(amounting in all to 64 members) We could Brothren are invited to visit the undersigned . '. Committee was direioted to mand; Sales 750 bales; Middlings 166e; Re. as normam no savins entra as
eakthe ex art r in ly rs jre in Charlotte, Mecklenburg Female College ceipts Ofi2 bales metainervananasweaasappu..,warms.,ous, n an m noinene,

0 to Charlotte, N O., Nov. 6, 186 vT J-2w i 14 foo5 Jr t al ou rg va nishes, cano woolen waste, stossaag-

dist persuasion and comparatively few of that 8. C. Conference at Morganton, who was arrested by order of the Judiciary a pt "t3closing weak. M ddlings 14tc. , , , ,, I 6unrdians. mann

2mber b t djan a t Ime de me he FC' Comantme j/ialdischarg I I Poreign M r ro n 2 it wholesale 0
derfully preserved our peoplo-we have lost but in cotton tax was retirree = ** n er en= nuaracsaw man. 1st, nay street, savanna, on.
very few by death. The pastor would here ac. cat \ Ways and Means -The Committee on Ways Livenroot, December 2-Cotton quiet at a Sept2 8
in pre- --- and Means was directed to inquire i li r 4; sales 8,000bales; Uplanda7); Or- --
5 I al I == 1 1 1 trials -- ~1 pediency of taxing U. S. bonds an., Breadstuffs quiet. HA LLON & F RIE RSO N,
of an itinerating life To Him he ali the glory. To the Ministers and La Delegates of Banks for the liquidation of State debts LIvouroor, Dec 2, 2 P. M.-Coru48; Cali-
A. MONRoE GILLEsv2E, P. C. cu ek 31 n te of t eCSon la Confer 111 dent into Committee of the whole, fornia Wheat 15; Lard 49; others unchanged. SELLEars

The Southern Methodist Publishing Nucember 27.-In the Senate, a resolute
House-Can its Debts be Pald P Dec. was adopted calling for the papers in Gen. Fits MARRIED.

I d u the day; e,/ / ,-ni Jo PtFter casacr 160 Senate adjourned c.1 if a in actan Norse-smo me moua.
connection with the Pubiahing liouse Al- when the House adjous Classical and Englkh School,

acerease }" i on a hu arf r lee o o an I Itl pl aaj a c ee conser congress. as weaker street., R HA H 1 B

theo ilro neiwhen veo enter d sylor M. uN private onlmittee ---S kes, of T nneestee, Savannah, Ga.
liabilities too heavy to be borne by any institu- C. J. OLivER -I II ACKNOWLEDGMENTS,
tion, and that must rest like a mentain of lead Nov. 1, 1867. . .
upon all our efforts. The Church in every see- From Nov. to to Dec. 1 TyAg Tg y
tion feels a deep anxiety that the old liabilities South Georgia Conference. K EHE P CONSTANTLY ON COMPETENT TEACHER TO T
against the Publishing House should he removed, Dr. L. Pierce will preach a Sermon to the from Delaware - f . .1 suf- -- A
and that we may be placed in a position to ac. Conference on Wednesday night, the 11th Dec, rage.-Dunb : .1 ..1 1 hav- cr scuoor BooKs, and
complish the purposes for which the House was from the text found in I. Timothy, iii: 4, 5. ] 1 contempt, was discharged,
ariginally established. That all the liabilities The A. and G. R R. and Central R. R. will , ,, ,, da resolution declaring sonoon nEquzsrrEs, orankinds.
that have at any time been incurred will event- return the members of the Conference free, if strict neutrality in
nally be met, we have no doubt; but may we they have paid full fare coming to Conference> Abyssinia and Eng .. I SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS,
mee thlam dur g 3theh present seal ea elat R. ertifi9aterefrohm I thbi5e. lution f s r. Merrill dutroduced WAREHOUSE MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS, _, Sout
united effort on the part of the entire Church oe oak, A. M, and 6 o'clock. P M, of each redeem legal ender n th coin, an ifyetto As, AND STATIONERY.
will eft n seriedri lea siunhe ver .M aeGulfR.R.trainarrives 6 'elock, io dbmtaony 1 there yp3e" nt3eat COMMISSIONMERCHANT. xuordersw.nreceivepromptattentio" sever-'" ASCHOOLBYAGRADUATEOFENIO-

e agConf2crlences mor heban twel tlousan1d Notlee* c p n tr sn up so ai nlo tand r. an. runners and weramann er ournia- BYING TO N 5 HOTE L, recodular it e, six yes exmoonce. mi. come well
our hope of sueres If eve e books of our Candidates for admilse en nt a uttobb e f rs we i 11 ve to equalhto 20 per cent. TENDER YOU MY THANKS FOR PAST Cherry Street, Macon, Ga. Nov.15-tw

this date and the close I sJ before the commencement their bonds on and after July 1 = 1** HIS NEW AND ELEGANT HOTEL IS TVANTED.
of our fiscal year, with such other sources of of the Conference. that they shall pay their notes of a 5 .... SITUATION IN L COi ll
reveone as we can command, we will be able to J. E. EVANs, Ch'nCommittee. in coin, and larger denominations: .. I | . . . - .. .. . ... . 1 r-
pay the entire amount that we owe. It is proba- Nov 29-27 gal tenders. Any bank failing to a 1,, I ,, * *,- Norps- sw I ..

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And military prisons are poor dp apes Retiring in his disposition- J. al. RORMIN'
6 [11. 1. I us anachurchmeniber he was I onamission Herchant,
Ifaithful nFo nuanyyearsh evacar No.neEasTnationatestoNs

"NOT anip 1 r, aid hedoor a aga
a isy i rdd t1 le t wlas'>1 olo id titu to I ,wl gt p nd went 11 tPh C injc ice illfli fo f t r
panes, and the bare trees were groaning and to the niantel-piece. I did not look around un- was constant, never enthusiast 0, yet always
moaning as if they suf11red in the storm. No pri tender. His enjoyments, though seldom swo -
tramps here3 1'm alonewomanandlam afraid whatis it? ling to an outburst of praise, weie often indicat-
of 'eni And T turnal awl Chaille Und the tobacco. < 1 1 : * *-- '" ""___ _ __._ ____

we swa ri ntl e em my a my baag pouc VI co mi sid d ped in I.spludru e. 1 a yes of hereavemen vi the ila mock circult. ITlarble and Nione Manuthelory.
through the slush, and I heard the gate creak fluid seen a ghod. I ,i Several leading members are gone. as our gatealwaysdoes; and then champ, champ, i la 1. the day he saved the host have croeed the flood.'-Brother 8.
obamp, caine the man back again, and knocked soldiers, had not much to give, you know, and left no dying testimony, 110 was insensible. Near Tranity memous.conurensavannanan.
on the door-knocked not half as loud as he he vowed never to part wirb it while he loved. 70--,.4 el-s en, mural days, he was not con-
did before-and I opened at, hot and angry How did it come here, mother?" = death. But, about him R. D WALKER & CO,
This time I saw his tace- a pale gboat of a ince And I fell back in my chair, white and cold, there is no anxious doubt We sorrow not, as ItE PREPARED TO EXECUTE ALL
-with fellow brown hair, cropped close, and and said I: those who have no hope. His life forestal sA

a sataria blj01 d dop i.put his hand "A wandering tramp left ititlTe.11Never ever= = ". n, -ms ,, cannyv wrm sto
How near is the next house. ma'am ?" said au amy v in t have teu ed Ilew:.s weaned from the , l>omesee
he away a person really in want. Oh, no, no; it a : I < r I < 1 I I 1 ' A. Matt IARTER, RobERT D. WALKER
Three miles or more," sabi I. another poneh, child or he stolo it. A tall ties, in I 1. I Annao-iy
And tbb is n
st's Miss blitten e, and she s as set agan tramps Greenbank. Not your ERRING & LEYDEN RECEIVE ALL
as lum And Charlic a nod staring at me, with clench- Miss SusAN R. Faults was born in Schley H e........or ses...sor s

d'Idon t wa da nk, act at In2, 0 u at ed la to a mi eit was my dear old Rob, / I [ j October 5, 1843, and died Oe- READY-MADE CLOTHING,
me in, maam. Eve been wounded, and arn not 1 ] 1 . '--my dear old Rob, who She was the "light of home," and was ever
able to walk 1 I i 0 a thin, and liave drive him out in ready to entertain with witty and pleasant con-

pt's bitte et cenbank, where 1 c bly mother to use 1 1 Idm stcande withi so and <, ei mar ned ung map to Till also EurAu-
better; and all my money was stolon from me "Condemn me, Charhe," said 1; a condemn Her disease was such, thr3her mind .. ..i
. in't be afraid; let me use if you like; I'm afrail God wiil. Three times impaired the last year 01? her existe BEST AND LA TEST STYLES,
I only give me a crust, becaseback; threetimeshookedooly fbraorast often, in rational moments, spoke of death and
the stalest ornst, to 1 I . ] and a place to he, and I drove hun away-I, I sung many hymns appropriate to a preparation --- ==- ** ""--on sus..immon

he rh h ad : m withmhdie w ladbo a n Oh if I ot n 3 re av e am

If it hadn been Id seen so much of those im- Rob 1 id ar et he s alive," said he Oh whichhoo rus she pred eted go a xis r Kht of the cekbrated new style

, , ,, Do d . wasalrejid e rn "is r roup a re BADEN BADEN TRUNKS,

way ut f si ht, he Idp 1mphe say therkpGayers and saas sohetp ere, a toothedr at urself ha e pla

crutches, and tramped it with ,, I I en trembling 3 n, n I to see those who had move before, and
"No doubt your pooket is icy, not 1 'i 1 I . ,* called her beloved brother, who was -
said I, "and you only want a chance to rob and in I I = i. I II I our late e-- 1 '- ^1-- 1-r vincur R. ToxxEY, Josarn a stzwant,
murdered. Gonwaywathyou?' and hungry, and woundedand I put him in deathbesanctified I I : Newtoneo.,CL Oxford, Ga.
was baking cakes in the spare chamber over the parlor, and I've been friends and acquaintance, and may the aged
the 1. [ = .I came to the dow I while mother, brothers and sisters, lind (1e preeious- TOMMEY & STEWART>
and motioned with her mouth to me: Do Drusilla,"anid Charlie. nees of Christ in this hour of affiletion,
hirnstay, auntie," andif I i i l ) Amen," says I 8. M. S. BEan, "rouse or an nat=ns rn
ImightbutIknewhene I ,wenton HARDWARE
1 some hot short cakes Du N. M. Ilouros was born in Concord, N. *
6 M'al n AC t as Iljhrader than be- he a sanadad tl { aykshalu, hand I tedok 0 Noven r2 1810, and died in Tazewell, At the sign of the Mill Saw and Game Cook, WI xtehall St.
And he gave kind of a groan, and took has toldhun to eat, and go to bed in the best chani-
hand from the latch, and went champ, champ' ber, nunt Fairfax, with the white counterpane Nc , ESPEOTFULLY call the attentionofMer

ig tel a n b Tt1inor hoe w T< a eandd and alcland I locke 1 1 1 1 a .
hardly with a knock at ad-a farnt toneh, like ' 1 the Presbyterian Church, but after a care. .
a chi d'awbneon I opened the door again he came Im diti 1,owi 8 conf on of fa thL

T '^ insmire- no his cane, pale as a In co., Ga., w ** I *.hurch,
. ." * =,,ever auder Rev. J. . II , 1834;

IIe looked use and he saijaid I. pected to be half murdered, you know, and the moved to Talbotton, Ga.,1835, and studied med-
Madam, I have a mother at Greenbank. I wirl w but xxteen, and always before nunded icine; moved to Tazewell in 1838, where he had
want to live to see Mr. I shall not if 1 try to uloN ver was there a nye d sinner so happy as I ,u tile as et aa oNE OF THE

-' ce their mothers," and wanha 1. > tdhanekful to and 8 supeributer dent fr cos thi le LAR GEST AND BEST
just then it came into my mind that I hoped et in . - ful Christian; was an aident lover of the doo-
my son, Charlie, who had been a real soldier, an An I trines and government of the M. E. Church Sto Ve El ouses
otlicer he had carrie to be, mind you, wanted to got so well, and had a mother who was not poor His horne was the homeof Methodistpreambers
see his, and would soon. either, helped Rob into business. And he got IIis sickness was protracted, but he bore it with
I have been wounded, as you see," sal he over his wounds at last, and grew as handsome Christian patience T never saw any one more THE SOUTH

** d ti your hurts,' as a picture, and to day week he is going to mar- an d to Aseath 110 of on sphhouted t icepl s niormanson .ss sawrone,
itnh up d, an7so le paper"> .n anythineg I hav411,dd ,e"a a wife and three chddrea to mourn h s IIOLESALE AND RETAIL DEAL
anything, unless asked me, telling me that he had loved her ever
I I si e shedwas so kind to hint on the night Pre Mas. ELIZARETH C!>rrever, wifer crl ad

And Charlie is to stand up -. .1 1 ] 1 .. . I I she bore ai iment tmnerstandmas,
''Let him stay, auntie," with her lips again, meto1give ustilan as aid, and II ve a tion. ... . resigna- Lases re--
but 'eak no notic his time did not come back; her horne She was b n and rair f ie are, 1 j '

and Isat down by the fire, and smelt the baking I don't drive bog cars fron the door now as I ,oined the Church and wholesale Agents for the lear3< or taor the
the cakes and the apples stowing; and the ten used, and no doubt Im often imposed upou; , , to adorn the doctrine PETaoolti.
drawing on the kitchco stave; and I j but this is what I say: Botter be imposed of the cross of Christ in which she professed to

she time. upon always, than to be cruel to one who really have hope. She was i..uch respected and loved
candle needs help'' And Eve read my Hible better of by all who knew her. She has left a husband SAsh, Blinds and Doors,
rk late, and I know who says: Even as you have and five children to ne urn their loss. But their
sy wo done it unto the least of these, ye have done it 1 .1 1 for b essed are AT NEW YORK PRICES,
basket to get the sock I had been hitting for unto me." a gI * TP L. wholesale rurniture Manufactory

uji n II ; an is t went k d pSom -
was an old tobacco paneh, ever so much like the , 1 llapaESALE DR 11%A d USE "Eliaise car 11 LE woon
one I gave Charlic, wi 1 around it, and * '( Juner-sm wharts.reet, stacon, on,

I alti b r and when ] line J or I 1 nor sch .1 her H ST SC)IH HAT{E5 5@- PERR Y HOUS E,
spread it out I on the ( 11v ahar son to nor r he r n [ts no al lb uncentionameofE.1V.MARailkCo.,1nto an
1 know the Lu ar n ch dropped man.l Nov 1 07 e w ExcLUsive coLUMBus, GEoaoIA.
try he rs ; are a b I amp th uzle ah ol 1 Florce

Deper sm or r rn :.rul le bs-1a .3 WHOLESALE HOUSE, ACTON YOUNG & CO.
"[ Un over, of the are at I pa <1 n to roadra us, or Lat.ermashineTenn.

wretcheI r b tl 1 1 dd b rroad, Drugsontent in can msea ,TiPerrnmery, E Inu IR, E. R SAssEEN
An l o-or an I h ad to ay to a hen del are on rl nly, UNITED STATES HOTEL!

I b in ese ne n .rfr' I st ed Pu 1 c I clent undallartletesumanyfoundina -o-
al brw no 1 tr ach b^ a e ch r:6 WELL STOCKED DRUG ESTABLISH}[EXT. WHITAKER & SASSEEN, Paormazons

it old I rI woman of s.nix I w er 1 the t, who I i.und :ray of (.eir.4 warb a man on J to . pleased to have -o
which had been super> 4 tI wabinonebundredyardsorGeneralPassengerDepot,

a all r it a a ; I v =>0...0, ass1 l" /ir r at and it iP our ve, or I hear ay .* I * ( hr nor A.A.soLonoNs&co.
thiries v.we cryirle Ita:e mother of herlairblul Unsbusimthe i 1' SavannahSept,2nd,1867.
And est I went I the slow, arel b ad hun in 101 mance oi to r sept is-sm FITHE UNITED STATES HOTEL, UNDER
arm- rity;r ot, red, h nidsman, brown **0 An.) downsents anal < no trional rr..ining w.!I epus
decre he ass in bli all me, unh he pretty twed her b.r .. 4 1.1.27 ..t sh I DR. T. J. CROHE,
abanki.r traps, hearry a sl he never had .
beenthroub.unb.r.iday liebuitoleave DENTAL SURGEON. -uso-
ree to put the 6 r,< ng., a..l then I had by sh, , . A so. x ravany swamarj>leasureor
n) ora boy And thu ::1 who lia.1 heen
up war Chronic Diseases . . n a..antg r
--c.ane si ava -* * geolo; y, chrust ry, orn] b. 0 awl w brother and sea r-sues in La J ber, and she dul;<1, pish y. Septeo-ana Terms, Sa.oo per day,
k:-sed hm. .u.J the aw.y -to ent to me cl., maprury of to D R. M. OODRU F F,
table. ared 16@ * I = ** six pursue, hw : To All BBrise Use the Plow,
as white na as. Intual r litu,,, OOLUMBUS, GEORGIA,
thern' Itar me.n en the rn: = * c -nu overn 4 1 ]snow I nary arol conveasonal n me 01 rh<. Or ,th of D"a,"?.t?"'"."."ht RESPECT 1
. She :I!a sava Wb st is the her drove vb t.:ance 1 a re viv and v .; r
marter. Aunt lairlax ; ing jalth in 5 and proud. ..0, of DISEASES OF LONO STANDING,
I su.1 norking, lur at n as th fier:J 0 hke soa No.r in Icr law Line Jul :hs .'.mJ n .
the ch<.< oi : Mr. :An. <.L ang. I;.ung over Mr trust in in .ven Unin at.1 oth.eisad by , ,

v to dtisor 1. or be r..wo. sy.<.n in r 1.... h.v. your lure, aini are nu at y < a can re s *
kin In |1ke

Ta.... e . Isr tit 4-ratedalit.xlIetc.but :two<.11,1 * ** ,
** by the tir wi on :he her deck = *
to ws< I card b for -how the subiters (. Fedling b., wa re pr.
n I wl..r w arv a rnin s urvi on by s. al is ti b t
been vt upon by the he ad badly wounded, an I so is atter brearb sethany Jereason county, oa
aid how at the to L .I bl own him .1lelinw ] I I to at<
schic hat saved harn arul carried him away. .. . I as tate durw, of life jwn CERTIFICA ES: -
* * = o>eamp art rs to the same na tiult .. ... I .
I 1 us I at 10r him. says for country, a rhard, taliantly breastles; the t
I harly 0 And it tic re < :s tr an on carrb 1 or battle. lost his ri ht a and a 1. ur:h lean
lovent coin:nevera a cour e vi honer.H. u DRiles AND HEDICINES, ,
We ve shared each orb r r slions, led dead while an accomplislwal but widowed is brcr Jons anone,
from thennaceannon i . be enecessolly :alopted rk enth 710]<
and at I had a brother, ." ** * her ni (Ivr They rever, aly at SOAFS AND PERFUMERY, ..
bans ar110: to day.enson.n of in aven but warl; rl
h moth = = * * * no hope A 31r.,ts

, r . .Is les W Stastic of ilantuck co. Go, KEROSENE OIL, Ero., ETo.

1 list Charlie shook has he...l. and corned los <]:0141 11 w inst ral .wrns 0 on the (sl!OW Forsatelowby
face with his hands any day to a crowd or has syrupsilozing need.
Mother," said he, "I don 0 know whether The scene anced strongly the high ap sonar H. TATEstDruggist, . . .
Rob Hadaway is alive or dead to day. While precaution of those who had known him longest Aprn say savannah, on. , *
I was still in the ranks he was taken prisoner, and best. Brother 8. was a good man-kind,

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R. w canareas. w.uszrmanner NEW AND IMPROVED

seconastrees, excowo ,TEXTBOOKS,





Ananowomeye eyearagain,


8 11 lill

"Ihav c so kno EMs hRIE 4 think
am deranged or not, said a young lady one day
with a directness, frankness, and unembarrass-
ment very unusual. Afteran hour's investiga.
deranged. The form of the malady was, that
when she heard an impressive sermon, an exci.
ting address, or read an interesting article in
prose or verse, she became possessed with the
ideathatsheherself wastheauthorshipandthat
by some unfair means others had become possess-

ed i ye n memory of some, how earnest-
ly an estimable young lady claimed, a few years
ago, that W2lliam Allen Butler had found her

lo ocom e b toepd t ene\ e,3 sPlinao
McFlimsey, of Madison Square, who never had

itj or ersyTheetre is at tl n "ea verd
lady, and their multitudinous friends, as to the
authorship of that much--admired piece
"Rock Me to Sleep, Mother." Taking

of them, a ase of illusive memory?

d Not a few Cad may-LIe wr r certainly
over them as if they were a continuation of some
former dream, as if thebeginningof it had some
connection with a previous dream. In precisely
the same way the present reality may be com
necked with a ditu, shadowy impression of a pro.
vious latesece, r a idiabr tl h a

o @
with peculiar force, from the fact that it had

n at r codj is ifo tonund vie
phrase, and we felt very much deligl.

gTeP nge ot ag ay v TueLto es
of the m inerelationdlijbe authorsh n ques

ries, somewhat skin to the habit sometimes met
with in persons who, in the excitement ofeon
versation, will state what for their purposes
they wished to be facts-or, as likely as not, in
their view, = I I .
and often ...
miliating I
should be resolutely striven against, for they

or lab yiel flito f li m lit 0 eTi a
falsehood. Conseeatious menmen oftruth and of

thing whach b ses .ta neemory atone 1,
weakest utiude ars.] she icer inharned are ha
bitually the rn. po si The le on is viore
Troth, an wr to a :md en action,
not as 1 thanda il"*nothe
rnon war oro n ..rved if need >cavour

habit were ed.don- earnated of us krne no
st us est wl. w sli wear



a house, si they I are ne:< of therr own, I us
those who * .= **
own house I ** as it
method of a notincun wood houses, particular
ly cottages, has nor b cu by any means the most
ceonouncil th I < an be wh inwd I rous thirty to
forty per cent more Islab r has been used than
isnecenaryandreach bbrexpert=ledthatis
wholly conceal and altogether unnone try A
need not he coverrnewed .. ws. = ar = < .
r it a noyes unh
y ** I EN areneth, and wooden
cottages never ta!l << have a
good runnuation as ? * wheel,
alihouses usual have to usual the ravages of
time. N .. .1 1* **
are requ 1 == =
couons are 01 no I I .
positiredct.unent winic
may as wet he twide

that thickness I Iw e wr:uis w. Ib .11 the realls
of the sedus; no i hth 30- a wU as thnic two

atthetopboards -Is.11helas.lon th
form a be set up one altar 11 herand wrayed unril the
aiding can I
Ou tlic iloor ** I
ane d of ii 0 4 to1pber timly with

J. * * I =
II L J =1 a si as
which the loorts is t he spreal The partr-
tions made in Inke kinsoner, wc:1 scoured.abo
teni to stiffen the wla..e fabric H ith here and
there a good upport in rho a llar, such a home,
whencompkted, would be jun as de Irable for
all practical purpo as a on. of the same see
containing nearly cm e as much ruarerval, and
st would certainly be ju r as warns A cortage
with five or ex rooms rn tyhespeeddy cowruct-
edonthisprency.10,::r ananchlescostthania
the popular aryle 01 ludity This as a sub.


and sa3et/ are not questrouod Porne 3
must bedensed to cheapen th-cost at dwellings,
and we know of nous (bat comuends steell so
well as this that we have ouggested.-Rural



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