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: January 1, 1869
Frequency: weekly
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Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Other version: Mirror of the times (Macon, Ga.)

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- E. H. MYERS, D. D., EDITOR.


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Thbdooference was held in ARany, Georgia. Regi
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A John M. Potter, Ronson E. L. Timmons, TYm. M. C
le EnteF.Sobinson.
*; 4, Who are re-admitted /
A. r ,. inmes A. Wiggin, David Cren
Q. I il transfer from other conferences
A. No ,
Q. ? one year

Q. 7. hat traveling preachers are elected and ordaine
cons
A. Ben on E. L. Timmons and Wny M.TO. Conley

A. I .7. I 1 .h. I -s..s 1... 11 I
non, Willis M. Russell, Thomas Brabham, Daniel G. Pope
Wm. Harden.

Colored-JoM W Carter, Peter Young, Simon Adams,
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it .. .* a is ,al,. 11 I .. II, Wm. Harden, and
8. Johnson.
Colored Ordained-Simon Adams, J W. Carter, M
Co k, an6APa a a teachers are elected and ordained e
A. Wm. W. Stewart, E. J. Routz, W. F. Robison, and
S. Johnson:
Q. =" II .' preachere are elected and ordained elde
A. I a 1... S. West, M. H. Galloway, and W
Taylor
Ordained-John S. West, and M. H. Galloway
Q. 11. Who have located *
A. Wm. D. Bussey, Jose, I 1 f.....-*, James W. Tra
y
Henry D. Murphy.
Q. 12. Who are supernumerary ?
A. S. RI 1 14 ... I * and Young F. Tignor
Q. 13. Ti ,
A. W.B. McKan, zCharles A. Moore, Wyatt Brooks, J.
Lowe, John B. Wardinw, John S. Ford, Charles L. H
John K. Robinson, David Blalock. Jacob R. Owen, Hen
Pitchford, W. W. Grithn, Capel Ralford, Thomas C. Col
Q. 14. 110001 preachers have died during the year?
A. Not
Q. 15. Are all the preachers blameless in their life and
administration?
A. Their names were called one by one, and their char
examined and passed
Q. 10. What is the number of preachers and members
? . . the Conference?

a 1: i! have been baptized
the year?
A. 1(See Statistical Table.)
Q. What is the number of Sunday-schools, teacher
scholars?
. (See Patistical Table.) a 'ort^ee s3erans
p

deficiencies of those who have not obtained their reUular allo
en their respective districts, circuits and stations ?

0 a has been collected on the foregoing account


Q. Ath b o tTTaitte 1 to the missionard ared
societies?
A. For Domestic Missions,..................S3,375 03

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/tlii . . Gaference be held
Q. 23, I . stationed thi year v

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Beaver Dam -To be supplied.
Al xanderland Bethel-8 S S3e Lorender A. Dars"
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4 Louisville-Robert F. Evans. Armes T. Johnson.
(Gibson--Wm. M. C.. To .
Lanter.
Davisboro Circuit-Seaborn G, Childs.

Macox DistrucT-CHARLas R. .TEwlery, P. E.

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Pulaski and Wilcox Mission-To be supplied by E. A.
Fort Yalley-Adward A. TI, McGehee.
Perry-Tfalter Knox
Hayneville-Wm. W. Stewart.
(1[-rt--:- s, and Vienna--James Harris.
Idfission-James Spence,
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Cosby W Smith, En. 0 Bass-Profess
E tr Ldvocate-Edward H. Myers.

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Lumpkin-David R. Mc Williams.
Buena Vista-George T. Ernbry.
Juniper Mission-To be supplied,
unseta-Dennis O'D Y F. Tignor, Sup.
Florence-Shelton We I Fentrees.

Amerous Dismicr-Joux B. McGEHER, P. E.
Amerious-Robert W. Dixon.
Sethel-Marcus A. McKibben.
Magnolia Springs-John M. Marshall.
Starkville M2saion-To be applied by TL. Sleight.
(\.rs.= er .. * -1,- '. es O. A. Cook.

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Holmesville-To be a lied, Andrew R. Byrd, Sup. The Ocklocknee Mission is in to Bainbridge District and was both by your prayers and ures; for while we consider it be. to our beloved brother, the Agefit of the Society, now present
Ocmulgee-Alexanderu Wright. worked by Rev. RF Evans a reports four appointments, neath the dignity of an am assador of Christ, in the slightest with ne, for his indefatignble and egicient seal in the great and
Coffee-To be supplied by E. B. Finloy. 152 members-38:. H is .... ( ...-..vr ..r. .4 paid to degree to make amoneyed consideration a ground of faithful. noble work in which he is engaged.
Stockton-James D. Madden, the baptising of ci..I1... she -..... c... .1 slas this is ness to God or the Church, yet at the same time, we must re- Resolved, That we hereby renew to the Boolety and Agent
Yaldosta-John M. Hendry. E -' I - bl* I I its pas- member that entirely dependent as the minister frequently is our promise and pledge of co-operation.
Quitman-Osborne L. Smith. 1 1 ' " *. a A new upon the church for his support, if you fail to afford it to him, Resolved, That we praise the God of the Bible and Great
Morven-J. J. Giles, mission should be formed in the forks of the Flint and Chatta- to say the least of it, he must necessarily be embarrassed in the Head of the Church for the success of the American Bible So-
}h.,hr:- If:..: Tr, FT r, '7 hoochoo rivers, to be called Spring Creek. work in which he is engaged, clotyin the past, and renew our earnest prayers that God my
nning Berr.... .. I ir ... Bl.. -1 a i. I by N. Talley. Doctor Town Mission is in the bounds of the Brunswick Dis- A thiture in Conference collections to provide yearly, an increasingly magnify His Word, and hasten the time when a
ge F. it trict, served by Rev W. M. Kennedy, who reports the charge amount suincient to setsin the worn out servants of the copy of the Holy Scriptures shall be found in every household,
ry D ALTAMAHA DISTRI('T-LEWIR E. PAYvE, P E in a good condition Ti 1 ^ i = '* .. 1. 11 1 r ,,. I church, to say the least of it, may cause some one to be troubled and be read and obeyed by every soul for whom Chtist died.
Kinewille-John E. Reutell. 15 colored children ., 1-= 1.** & * in mind, if nt in heart as ones and infirmity creeps on apace, Resolved. That we request the Bishop to reappoint Brother
Durion and McIntosh-Wm. M. Hays. baptised. People of the charge paid missionary $279.93 for or failing I .Irr Is. 5 .1 ..il .1. .11 Luckey, Agent of the Amerrean Bible Soeiety. Adopted.
F., lY:. : -T 1 ...,,1, I his support. There are also four Sabbath Schoole in operation. soon he numbered, and he must 1 as I is I -- I .1 1. 11
ert P. I a ., a a 11. Wherts. 1 .. I . . II ... sined. ones, to depend upon the cold charities of the church. H^errsts or currennsN.

nesnon, Swainsboro-Norman D. Morehouse, .. 2 if ..in Altamnho pinsmist in obve-a Or a failure to supply the meanty support promised to the Resolved, That all our preachers he earnestly requested and
Dublin-John J. Norgan, of Itev. 1?. M. is . ."' **** ' i' I pastor by the church, may indnee some to engage in a secular recommended to urge upon our people the duty and importance
Oeonee-farolin C. Lines. hut it has) nid 1 ; -1 g ,in. I the Pres. Elder $18. One calling, in connection with the ministry, greatly to the detri- of I I I, ., a .s a. .4: andto offer them an oppor-
en D. Jacksonville-James fl. Wortery. R. School good condition. It will sustain independently a ment of the hol, .1. 1 1 :.1.1 tua. I -a ...* **5 administered publicly in each
Reideville-Darid (Penshaw. yonag man, and should he thus supplied. We are fully a ra.*- least once every quarter, and have the names
Altamaha-Daniel G. Pope. Front Iryan Alaston there is no report, nor from Stataboro' sustained, and in. ,: ..1. impc *** r I children entered upon the Church records.
1. Plark lear H Hopkins. Mission: but both tickis are worth still farther effort- and yet all is . is hav ...ill
. Con- ,",; I b Reynolds. Such is a rapid snrvey of a very wide field where labor and for, and can, if we but possess I ., .... Isa ,
.. I I I Pierce, money have boon expanded for the salvation of souls. And no gospel, sustain it where it is already preached, and send
Reuben IT Loukey, this is but a small part of the laisd-the most destitute only- it to regions beyond us.
shaw. Samuel. Superintendent of Colored People .1 ri ,. r .. .ety. Now, in view of If we wish to have a faithfill minister, receive him kindly, RECELTED FOR FOREIGN MISSIONS.
? James A as. transferred to Florida Conference : 1.1 I as, it is painfhl to the provide well for all his temporal wants, convince hint he shall
George Bright and James N. Stokes. transferred 10 Missouri Inns been raised during receive a comibrtable support, hold up his hads by prayer and savANNa maraser.
Conference. 2 True, the Board is faith, and our word for it. God a Nessing will descend upon the
C. P. Jones, transferred to St. Louis Conferone, is people are able and church and community to which he is sent. Savannah, I -.r. ....S 97 25
d dea- John P, Dunean, transferred to North Georgia Conference this much to ameliorate the spiritual desti Brothren, though we thus write earnestly, and, by Scripture a 15... . 10 75
and stationed at Dalton. ,, n I i .. . . ... ..- tte. But and reason, urge upon you the importance of sustaining the Waynesboro Circuit,.,, 21 00
John X Harris, transferred to same conference and station- can it 3 * II ** II la = -= .. ... 1 r. .' = = ministry, it is not because we believe you are unwilling to do Louisvillo 21 25
ed at McDonough, the gospel to : 11 ** your duty, but because we fear you are not fillly alive to your Bethel 3 00
I sn tndes are in a .. I I .il and yet we carry not li is matter. Swainshoro 10 00
, and thorn the word of light and life. Whence this lethargy? In to r s. 1. of the church we would affectionately and
proceeds front doubt. and Ii r covetousness and illi- ournestly exhort, to awake to a just and full appreciation of Total,... ....$163 25
Mon- BOOKS AND PERIODJCAI.N herality. God 3 grace is 1 II I .. 1 impartial, for "J08tts the highly responsible position -i ..i It is your duty
tasted death the every man." Shall whole districts raise only brethren-and yours alone-to .* I your pastor. To vicow overnwr.
John The Committoo on Books and Periodicals report, that they a few hm dred dollnes, where as much could easily be ans Ev yo to looks, and upon you allon musthe depend. We beseech
have examined with 2 I .. r .. .. the report of tlyo con- one pro I erous circuit; perhaps hy one prosperous a of aSteward of the church $1acon, Mulberry Street, "Mary Allen" Society,... .....8100 00
onday edition and prospects 1 ..* 3 = = = 11 1 Admit the troubles of the tunes, their hardness, to use a faini I i* ., r . .. .. I will be your peace of con- First Street,... 10 15
lders? ,, <1 1 nd ability avhich he lins . g.1 1 . gduar and Anancia >ro .. ... I r. I ). Iri- it .. . r , ... a , e. I rry stion, .
Geo. ,,. is an ontorprise that should 1 11 . = .. .-ated to the noble .vork I es 9 00
be fostered. Ministers and people should unite in their etYorts of saving souls. ji 11,. ........................... 1 00
rs ? to free it from the ombarransments of debt, and plaec it upon How is it that some circuits and stations do so much less heaven, a joint heir with Jesus Christ. Cleave to the church Haynoville ....... ...... .......................... 3 15
m. T- an independent footing. To this and we may contribute by =1 others, while the ability is the same or newly equal? I f our own sake, for your fami- ---
buying Its publications. At the same time we may neeomplish a : far-t is evident, that some preachers are duly awake to Total..................... . ... ....................8167 30
much good by supplanting with them the fabulous histories their responsibilities, and others criminally neglcotful of their In order to secure .ns to support the
e.. if --. .- -,, a . .. . duty. God cannot bless a ministry, not i= ministry, we take tl = to on a plain, coornnes DTerarce
wick, as , ,,, ,, ,. , , I as .ne Xnshvilic vating a missionary pirit. We must practioni system of :...... = .. .I= and although it !
Christian Advocate .* I ** la affections or by more stagnation of reli; or .= = may not he perfect it all its parts, nor meet faily the varied Columbus, St. Luke,.... ....8 90 00
The Committee invite particular attention to our own v v dwarf our souls. until having no longer ..rbs conditions of the people and work, yet we are fillly convinced Talbotton Station...... 24 40
tho Southern Christian Advocate. Within the bonds we necessadly gravitate to earth and sin. Onward and for that if faithfully adhered to, it wiligreatly assist you in raising Buena Vista Circuit,..... 15 00
circulation there about one hundred thousand communicant ward is the word. Preachers and people alike in their spheres the needful supplies. Geneta 13 50
M. N We think a proportion of one subscriber to every ten of these should be animated with the zeal and unity of purpose of an li is ,il ., the plan offered, it is here Lanier ..... ... ................................... 5 00
ayes, members is not too much to expect for a paper devoted excht- invading army, hent on the conquest of the foes of Jesus, I I of 1 . .. i .1. Talbot ....... ...................................... 12 50
ry P sively t> their interests. There are twenty thousand members 31uch has been eman in the South Georgia Conference, and one hundred prenchers, to be possessed, and in th I P an ancient brave man, I - II I . :. 1 .r. the President Total....................... ...........................8160 40
If during the next year there should be obtained, by each we are able to go up and I i.nd. The best missiona- shall c an . I the B< .. 1
,i renew- ries are such as feel, "Ian debtor to the Greek and Barbarian, 2nd, in = <- shall proceed at once to determine the AMERIMB DISTRICT.
official ,I reach- to the wise and unwise," fooling that the "Gospel is the power amount necessary to be raised 1 I1 year, to support their
, ,,, ,. = la a ., 11 1 = *1 = = 1 1 "o urge of God unto salvation." church, embracing the allows preacher in charge, America Sunday-school,..........................................S 80 00
actors '- 1 I = . I I to this The Board is thankfiel fbr what has been achieved, and in the Presiding Elder, and incidental expenses. Cutbbert Station,.................................. ............... 20 50
end, till the next year, it is with the confident 3rd. The Stewards shall request the pastor to call a Church Dawson,.... ........ 10 00
in the Reselved, That this Conforence will sustain the Southern rresponding increase of its receipts will meeting to raise the means necessary to support the Church : 1 11 00
Christian Advocate. jnsititj its appropriations. But in order to do this every man either by vohintary contributions or assessments as may be (Rev.15 is . II.,- 5 00
Resolved, That we endeavor to extend its circulation until it must do his duty-press the missionary collection by special deemed best by the Church. Weston Circuit,...... .............. ................................ 15 00
duran! reaches every Methodist firmly. Adopted. preaching as the Diserplin directs. The preachers should be- 4th. The assessments agreed to shall be divided into monthly Ellavillo a ......... ...... ................. ................. 3 00
gin these collections early in the year and realize as much installment. Randolph a 3 00
REPORT OF THE BOARD OF DOMESTIC MISHIONS. ensh as possible. Let it he remembered, that the npopr win- 5th. The membership thus assessed for monthly payments Oglethorpe and Montezuma Sunday-sehools,... 11 50
s and tions are only provisanal and contingent. Th shall be apportioned ri towards, as they may
A missionary :,. ., . .. ,i.1 i r, iliar event, shoal money in hand, the Treasury is literally empty. For the deem p per and best, = monthly. Total................... .. ... ... ...;.........8159 00

rea A- im < er ri and rteeiitali at ye r in e s no it :sr onlv 731wr cent of h appro int no "I I so tt 84 1 ay the me ier to the Tr lia 1 1 d BAINBRIDGE DISTRICT.

wance the triumph of Christianity; if plans bnve thiled, it va <- do count< 1 . I I 1 Ir ,. us thr as possible settle up fidly all indebtedness. I I -, .. ............ ....................S 12 00
sion of sadness, to he mitigated by such improvements as expe- be kept b I I I [The above address was conceived and carried by the lay as n ............ .. .................. 25 20

s. anel rien maypdueri 0 othn d miniisters of G I me< to re-mdorse odyourn I I ejo ht t a rnetsT2 < 1 h 3qIt itt s.by that to Givoversville Circuit,.. 16


tract 3a h soSo as d so ir madfenuow-it in I el, e 1 To 031 o 1 exip a ye costsrrTEE os unceArrow. Total.................. .. ... ..... .. ...838 50
nd known only by its embodiment in a living mutistr mul and deeds, and with unsoltish devotion to God and mankind, At the last session of the Conferenceit was recommended to nausewica DIsruct
Church in let us serve our day = . ell. And whou the weep- the District-meetings to take under their care, and dispose of

Inir e f >uo in s < r it Ot" p b rend and l2enuthen tiheirl rene 10 I in of the Church.elT 1 f ]do n etrdeo at s i tuniday-schoo 8 11

y pleasant dact td 2 1 ati st 111< pr t g as and Awarss or InE f tY REPHEaENTATIVES TO THE CHURCH. 1 #1 lim \< e he n tir t to the Conference of Donation from a brother.................... ........... . 10
moral associations cannot supersedo the absolute uses ity of To the Stewards and Members of the M. E. C. South, in the TI I i ihere are left under the care and control of Quitinan Sunday-school,.................. .................. I
preaching. This is the world a panaces the only elixic that Routh Georgia conferent this . I = three Institutions. viz TotaL...................... ...................S 36 25
contiansdmi rtaldifb sual halapinet wesent only thesupernalon Dear Brahren: We the lay ci.ane..co. neeombiori in council, theM skyan * 11 =1 Andre n that all these
of Domestic Missions, hence no special menuon will be male are, we = 1 .44 .1 = 1 wants ,, I .1 1 = [the country, flour- ALTAllARA DISTRIPT.
in this report of the imperative demands of the fbreign licht of the nd embarrassments .
I d of Directors. We embrace this opportunity to communicate to you the I now, to discuss the ITineantle Circuit................................................ .8 5 55
I occupu d as missions in vone feelings anti sentiments that inspire our hearts, while consid- subject of edneation, and the absolute need of the Church iteidville ................................................. 10 00

. 1 LR ft ei sti< e rCI or a r ivai nto mt ests involve d lit wthi n ... I in hi a att h Unhlin a .............................. .................. 2 50
to show (110 extent and character from the inet that, as the lay delegates to the Conference, we direction by the Georgia Conferences, the people are so far fatal. ..................... ...................S 18 06

riference Missionary Soviety of the South ivpresent all sects >rr It no I < fialn t 1 1 mar 8 1 aroused to the subject that tlhe can le has leecived such an irn st wasAny.
Gify Assion under the eflicient labor< of Rev. 1>. ties, as i., on- in view of our obligations to God, the Church, pu cong will carry it Q et10 in /solittit] success.
I een attended with me b re re Aided by the and the Reso, II .. .1 So 1 . 1 nice renew their Savannah Distriot,..................................................8163 25
I co-operation of T I I Savannah the The great wants of the Church. as they present themselves loi.cow to missionary has been enabled to organize a new church. known to our minds are a the Wesleyan Female College, and Columbus .................................................. 160 40
as Wesley church, with s, 1 .1 .. prospects that it will ht. Increased spirituality and faithfillness on the part of the , ,, ,, i 1_ I to speak nini America ............................................ ..... 139 00
soon be I = . 1. I 1. purchased with 150 minister and membership. -1 11 work for them to the extent of .* I = I pted. Itainbridge ............................................ ..... 58 50
cash an = 1 < 1.= belonging to the Lutherans. coinple 2nd. A more deep and ,ii .. tion of Brunswick ...... ........................................... 36 25
ted handsomely the I I it was dedmated to God in you are noder to support tl sninisty 14 THE ENDOWMENT RCHESIES. Altamaha ...................... .........................-- 18 OB
April last, hearing as = wred and revered name are firily convinced, that it is essential to I 1 ... of the
of Wesley. This was a proper tribute of respect to that upos. cause of Christ, that the ministry should and must he "faith- It is well known, that a new scheme of endowment has been Total ................ ....................9782 75
I tolio man whose early ministry was in this eity. .\s the ainax- ful ensumples to the fleek"-lor "like priest, like people;" and ,. if r, t' 11 I the Wesleynn Female Col-
ed spectator surveys the splandid Cathedra of St. Paul a in that if .net the membership to do their duty to them I II I 11 . of 820 and the latterof 810 a
London, his eyes read as follows: liero lies the body of Sir nod the 1 they mu t be instant in senson and out of rsl .. II I so as yet, is only partial. 1
Birch. Christophor Wren, the architect of this house. Do you usk in senson, enring lor the Claurch, ami 1 .i c.il >rk of the ,l q .. I I I ubqerved a 01
his monument, look around you." So, if you ask ibr the inone usinisley; at th same time to as .1 and 160 purpose in rehabiltating the e Institutionw-so ..
ment of We 1 : i I Churches.Behooh and t at bonuden duty of the inclubership a 11 a hands by aid, alter the dilapidations of a felt years of compulsory neg
legos flonx to I s to the Bay Sun Franelsco lin and kindly atterations; b r. 1. ... .11 the lect. There is much to say in behalf of these schemes, but we BT amounts ibrwarded Rev. E. II. Mrers, from variouss260 80
are his monuments, and these will eternize his thnie with more mean t 01 grace, and by providing n . .1 fbr think the reasons thr this plan of elulowment wig so cominenri charges....... ............. ........... .. ....-- ---
than pyramidal grandour. This new eburch in avanals la an preachers and their thnolies, so that they may not be embar- themselves to the 31ethodists of Georgia, that 110 need not give By amounts10rwarded to W. T. Smithsontiomvarsons 208 00
octagonal strnoture, locat 1 1 . I on Chathan Square, ra ed in 1heir work, and the word of God li 1 i i 1 them here, in detail. charges ................... ....................... .............. o
just beyond the splendid : * Count Puluski. It has We houbt provide thin temporal things, i. I I 7 = We only offer the following resolution Balance. cash on hand... .93 95
a membership of 140 members--is in a thriving condition spi n in spiritual thing Resorred. Thatthemembers of this 0 ii vothen 75
ors. ritually, and has paid 8270 towards the support of the pa tor li is too plainly taught in God 8 word, and even inilnetwo to promoting the Endowmant a . I College. 'l otal.... ....8782
Of course it still needs help. and 1he Board earnestly owiorse I imsell; to need any argument to provo st, but and the 'vein -so 9 node College, lay personni appeals to the
it as an enterprise full of merit and promise, to fully saiRfy any donhting mind, we will present some scrip- members a r I ... 1. and other tViends of education. and -
There are no other missions in the Navannah District, but turni 1 I give mine reasons why the Church through the District-meetings especially. Adopted
there is much territory that can only he compa sed by miwion- shot III = plan duty to the ministry. 11ECELVED FOR HISSLONARY DEBT.
arv operations. Hence the Board recommend several mission T. = preach the word, Inm sm:certos or rouse answrns.

He (eto be tcred on the ast of againt.ment > be miled non- as otj/ $tt-and into whose house dn n inTr t on a rTo ci $saT on oryou g men, a ing goninvillo circuit........... ..... ..nzanww. .................8 25 00
II The disbursements........ ...... . ... .... .. 123 on
' " -- -i ' ** 1 's ri same time to IAcow DIsrarce
. 41.* aesars I..grame a rr -- d the people to whom they were sent, the duty Leavingin hand................... ................... .. 173 00
a portion of Burke co., to be called Millen. borrinnitu.r at tbo ,i wants-for he adds, "the laborer The Board have under their care one very promising young Perry Station,............ ........ . .. ......................8 10 00
Millen I road junction, and including .1 1. >stle Paul brother in the junior class of Emory a la and desire to
adjacent. ., . I and I .1 .. I .= < e- I ordained continue him in the Institution i II are at least comones marator.
In the Maeon District there are seventh I the Gospel should live of the Gospel. two of the young preachers in si * . who wish and
the present year. of the obligation grows out of these need aid from the Board, while they perfect themselves in their Tabotton Station ....8 20 00
Macon City Mission-served by Reva J. Jones and J. W. fheits English studies, at the same time attending to the work as Lumpkin 20 00
E....1, -. .. ri .... I don. The senior preacher has 1st. The 3finister of Christ is a laborer-he labors for us signed them-provided it leaves them any time for attending Cusseta Circuit 15 00
b 1 I aided I -- 1 1 -for our souls specially, and watches over no, as one that school. Buena Vista a 15 00
'. I ... ? = 1 = 1 I his == < He labours for us in the pulpit, around the I .: resolution is proposed: ITamilton ......................... ........................... 10 00
1 Those worthy brethren have established several a at our bedside, when sick or dying, and II .. the Board of Eduention be directed to esti- Alusco e ...... ........ ..................................... 20 00
*..,: places in the more destitute sectic . tors words of consolation to our doubting hearts. 110 mate the amount necessary to support young men preparing Lanicigo 2 50
1 of life is preached at those severni ur dead, weeps with them that weep, and comforts the for the ministry, and to divide this amount equitably betwoms Pleasant Grove Circuit ... 1 20
bath day. The corner stone of a nely church a heart, the Districts-to be rain 1 i shoco-operation Stewart 5 00
laid in East Macon, where there is a fir 1 I We accept his services, and, viewing it simply as a of Presiding Elders and I I Adopted Talbot ............ ............................. 30 00
tal insorofanization an that neglected Let business transaction, we are thereby responsible for his sup Upatoi Mission, 2 00
I th be continued. port. This appears not only through the mutual agreement
The Hawkinsville Mise(on was served by Rev. W. F. Robison, entered into between the Conference and the Churches, to Total. .5140 70
enjoyed a refreshing revival during the year, and its general which we all become parties under the polity of our Church, RESOLUTIONS.
condition la reported good. when we become members of it, and which is as sacred an ob.
The Board advise the continuance of the Knoxcille Mession ligation as any bond-but, beyond all this, we are bound by run Lono a surrra. Astrators msrnter.
in Crawford co., also the Welcox Mission. These sections are the 1 : ,' i. = pay him a specific amount or salary, S 10 00

e)ry destitute and can be improved by very small appropria- wered to d /so, tlStew r ---whoo are thocrazed and R vedit I tr e 11. a ad7p oc ( 10 00
In the Cohambus District is the Girard and Wesley Chapel which the are appointed, and which requires at their hands, Sacrament of the Lord a Supper, monthly on our Stations, and Weston 15 00
Mission. R TTT I two church- that they hould feel solemnly bound to afford a competent sup- quarterly in each church on our Ciredes and Mssalone. Fkulence 12
es having .. I = ... ... 1 I ... ,I two flourish- port to those who are appointed to labor amongst them.
ing S. Schools-the mission has raised for its S. Rehools 057.13, You will thus perceive, brethren, that our stories a laborer OBSERVANCE OF THE SABBATH DAY.
and $84.75 for its pastor. Ti. I ... I I wa blessed with =ll to compensation, not only by the Cpustitution of our Resolved, That a Scriptural observance 0. .1 i1 ... i,, .. Total...... ............. .............l...........S 5
revival of religion which .. Ill a : to the Church I., but by a sacred pledge, made to him by your own essential to the religious improvement of I - I la r
applied. The Board advise its continuance, and also that a colored agents; and inasmuch as your pastor can have no voice in fore, as ministers, Iit ourselves to more frequently and SUMMARY.
preacher be sent to preach to the colored population, the matter, but must remain passive and submit to your decis- pointedly enforce 4 ri membership that important duty.
[7patoie Mission was served by Rev. Y. F. Tignor. He has ion and action-you are thereby, it would seem doubt bound Savannah District,..........,,.... ....8 25 00
uagell made no report. The Board adnse its continuance. in Inw I 1 1 to meet your obligations to im and BIBLE CAUSE* 3facon 10 00
The Swift Greek Mission is in the Amerious District. and Re ,i . 11 we will not dwell longer on this sub- The Committee on the 14ible Cause submit the following Columbus .................. .............................. 1
James T. Johnson was the pastor. He reports rept to add-brethren, fidfil your just obligations to resolutions, as their report: Amerious ** ......... ... ......... ..-------------------
churches, and another apporntment--membersh ( = .. your pantors, and then in a proper manner, if needs oe, require Resolved, That our love to, and interest in the Bible Canee,
Sabbath Schools. Pastor received from his charge $80.30 for at his hands a full performance of all his obligations to you our confidence in the American Bible Society, and in its agent Total........................... ............................$227 80
his support. Let this field be cultivated further, and the church-but do not, we pra you, fail to perform your Rev. R. H. Lucky, are not diminished but increasing.
From the Worth and Irwin fission we have no report, nor part of the contract and pledure to im, and then complain of Resolved That the thanks of this Conference be hereby ten.. CR.
from sibit ss see .1f.**, her .. .s i ... 1 nportant to still his want of faithfulness, in orfer two find an excuse for your un- dered to the American Bible Society for ite e to enlo
I esam 11.0.* del.26. A ll- is:-ar-s mi. a. 1 e- rise formation of a faithfulness to him. the circulation of the Hol awithiat unde of t By annuar.t i sranadays eq EH Myere,. ., **S
all and Wa r1, ..... li e are satisfied that we eminot too earneetly press upon Annual Conference and heral donati n .
0 An agaw imacrtapee of sustainly the ministryk of Bibles and Test to to our -own d aroutuse and Balmat* 4seh on han if sio Debtz..........ef.. 141(? 0


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Vo XX1"iF.-r-No. 1.


Macon, Ga., Friday, January 1, 1869.





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Vol.xxxii. No.


itneoluains. The Rev. G II. to a Mabs.J..r erar.nr.I s aler.ace is., .>.: / /lber AB See
I ,:1 .. -i il....I 11d. c..r.. r.>.s emul.,adicres ne:Lirr to ...: .II.e-r.e..o .4 I9=ul.rd
5 2 mar. J. i r.... r.I. user., arnt thronal. so was=.. Milousuals ourc.4, J J Works.ag.
' an .= = -4 r a...: it..io. .I. .. was had into Reidtille, W Bowman.
a I =1 x J 1'* .5 sad educational Pickeneville, To be supplied
ted in the columns of the Ad interests of the Obnrob, Courteous but Walhalia, AN Wells, FM sap.
w me to say tbo remedy is a : *.,: ,r, .1 t..... gentle, our President, Williamston, J M Carlisle.
the prowhersthua do as does .. = = = = -- .1 the Texas Conference, Senees and Tugalo, DD
-writailr the peer What carried all hearts with him. The love- Anderson Station, SA W
Editue ? [Wrue ] May the feast on Sunday morning was a precious Anderson Cironit, WA
n Const rance be bkersed with season, and repeatedly during the devotion. Pendleton, G F Ron fo
t picaptrity. C. 0. al exercises : .4 a ,ir Feudleton Colosed careat, J L Stead*
business
ntgomery Conference. grace upon the preachers made thensrejoico Orphans Home, TH Edwards.

--ths a icoormer "f sication, el not it oef 1 piri no w , ... r no E
.0. . ..... . .. I da oludCire\iJDCaPpenterJPar-

very e inded interest. Cr dsost e ker, supJ S Er

pan etiand a e a n 1 1 B Mas1 r rest, A J Stokes.
.1 . .. I r quite a number were dP barred from hearing Creek and Goshen Hall, JWHoRoy,
-. I the word owing to the crowded date of the to be supplied by HD Lee.
he preachem Some were in, buildfuge. Outdoor preaching was no Colum G Tuttle.
h this me.cal had not to be praeucable, itbotog cold and wi dy. Rutherford, T it Sharpe.

t e spy ease e 1.* . . / [* ros 31 :-II he supplied
on to the various charges to ag to know that the German Apologist
ent. It is a guaronice to can started within a few months, imalreadyself / I -r, ,s
r pr acher ed them sustaining. I found the German bretbren . a la L sLee,
crence after a faith- a warm hearted, earnest set of evangelseal
on a bis character minister of C ist, who ar3 devoting th r r... f..... .. L' 13 K or.edy.P

ried 1 = n I I L wh ...<4.... one re be emp-
he N.O.Chri tian Advocate, I = ** I ** .... i...s., .- .2 b 1. 2, L i...E 3
n a very effective, humorone derful work of a 1 > c. ? .. fr. eraw JR L e.
mportance of sustaining his whole year. T. .. ., Hennetterille, CH PritobardM L Esalkir,
took ocea co a oo Tr a a l or had not missedan app Pe Mission, W L Pegaea.

Christian Advocate ment, and a large increase in the mean Ansonville, J A Mood.
egukr organ. Your corres- ship was reported. The same report came Albemarle, J W Puest.
ourse, had 0 say something to up from nearly every part of the Confer. 10tn asaBtR
'* e.ace. From Galveston up to the verge of Lancaster, C Thoma-on,

I tliase idpp PDi riotsTh l\de di r ele Hanging Rack, R L Duffy.
r 3 mination Chesterfield, JO Hannell, O Eddy, esp.
L. -1 I ** & =' .:, to pre. Moorce Station, to beaspplied.
I- 4 6 of the Monroe C reds, J WA ernathy.
an Advoc to camein to take its work. Emigrants born Germany and from hatharrQ N K 317ton

a atl2peo le hard: it ilf 11 e other S es epaohns a too a hi t Sustar Drarator, J W North, P B.
credited abouteentipedestarantulas and the Shelby Station, J W Humbert.
.- like, with the wonderful tales of murder, Shelby Circuit, AP Avaint.
r_ L 1 -at disloyaly and insecurityof hfeand property Lincolaton, M AConnelly, A GStach'*P*

r 1 /to buy books o w gTp re an no L reatmenadpsre n Soutkh8 kbJ 1 a d
ler attention and cultivation than this vast Dallas, M H Hoyle.
i 2 and Saturday State Yorkville, J A Wood, LA Johaeonzesp.
steresting The exami I would not do my conference justice did York Cirenit, to be supplied.
... wastbashedshowing Ifditorecordthewarmandaffectionatewel- RockllillJ8NelsonRAlstonsap.
chers had all been blameless is cause necordsd me, the kind attenatous paid Pineville, EA Lemmond.
hful in their duties. Several me and the enthusiasm with whizh they en- Cuarlotte, E J Meynardie, TA Boony
ters were adualtied-but I did doraed the new measures proposed for the sup WS Haltom, sup. a
r names, as I supposed you future usefainess and extended prosperi'7 Calvary Mission, to be supplied.
mished with regular minutes of Sale University. They unanimously North Charlotte Carosis, J J Prather,
I I = . ri 3 .......1 .. .nent of all the Lenoir, GW Ivy.
1* * ** -- I = 1 permanent en Newton, D May.
12 urged the preachers to do dowruent, besides pledging a w rm welcome flappy Home, to be supplied by R Is Ab.
o keep the College prominently to and co operation web the President and ernathy.
e their congregations. It was Board of Instructors to their dforts to the Morganton, PL Herman.
young man could procure an eame end. They invite the other Confer- John's River Mission, to be supplibl byN
tim Cobege at an expense of ences to oo operate with them to an assess Kaylor.
per month-toinclude board ment each to half the amount of the Texas DavenoortFemale College, 8 LsailerPresi-
s represented to be in a pros Conference. We have the prospect of the deni.
ion Rev. Thomas J Ruttedge largest nunaber of students matriculated
3 .. .= --- from my knowi- abac 1860, and the beliefisgeneral that the CoxEsavar COMRED DISHIW,
I Let for him great University will now roll on with the reno Earning, PE
tionary wave of prosperity that is return Greenwood Circuit, to be supplied by
onary meeting on Saturday ing from the stagnation incident to eman- Valentane.
t a success This, however, cipation and that a grand future is before flat Woods, to be supplied by A John
butable to the speeches. The it 80 mate it be, amen. Wilmington, to be supphed by W Tooker
3 On itsrdforJ I ho3 the Texas preachre rnalanp of in- Warrenton, to be suppliallby F Brown.
brother :- P . manof C ad Lowndeaville, to be supplied by E Joose.
wa to a n He * a I wars in his Harrisburg, to be supplied by N Childs

r 1 p en e stan a 1 ru e r RD Harper, transferred to Memphis Com
bepesc trearne 5. ?
I the:r sm .', he 1 F *** i "eu r.. Texam i'onferease
tear y al a p. d | ared he dship, of tr etr triumphs and their tV o., r readern-s is Teras Conser
r an n na ,, ,,, C n ehison, transferre&tolllinois Confer-

Iflew j 1 to Pro 1 f. Imjn no on and ood u31)i cent etwoo Aene .ennick, transferred to Holden Coa-
av ry .nd caved b, tran Mr. and are tested, one forence.
to of 1 run was ag. neo el .< n one> to the territory The next Conference in to be held at
a cru ni n o! Anna 1 do no ru 6 lor the accu- Cheraw.
< ourek hot b ad ny one re of b e3 Hont omery Go e enoe Appolat-


to b ra ec 1 Texm v en r gricultural, pe. MONTGOMERY DIST., M 8 Andrews, PE




the a now I 621 new aspi 9,1868 TakegeeORBlue
I we dehch., v,. Tuskegee Cironit, BB Ross
t of 1:r/pr b rW Appomt unts or the South Carolina Opel mbHB I H Wardlawasp
.ar 4 110 Conference, December 21st, 1868 Russell, Jo1n H Lookhart, J A Paee, sep

rd rr ried at the 19the, Dunn.e.mq Di r, A 11 Chiletaberg PE Crawford Circuit, MC Turrentine
e morn no no in: c wh > heard a it ye low n ED Plus, PresidentOpelika Female lead,


al) n p's. Cooper 11 ver 1 } T ett. I utledge, Agent East Ahbama Male
R Danner- WETUMPKA Dist, Wm 8 Turner, PE
1 1 4 Wetumpka Scation, John C Danean
e! > < tl, a 1: at was the to b lied. Prattrille, Robert 3 Woodward
eI car slan PP Antaugarille and Ivy Creek, WA Rd-
a to oned An I arlt, Tho's L Deosler, GeeR


he we do L ppa r he Manhews, 11 T Waanamaker Booopatoy, L R Bell
pl. isure n Histin Ri IMr 1) J barn2none, P E. Carolina, To be supplied
bruaren is rlo jle lbrnwell J 11 Pen 4 per dese r Ha nm I andUnionOharch,


irocate their AOcen and 4.rauReville, Augustine W Pleasant Hill, To be supplied. PR Me-
y abould com arrow the line Walker Crary, sup'y
1 An b ber-tshnference Lextrgton, Abrate Nottles Gansues Disr.,Th In- Imagthler, P K
remono r we rats allic 1 pper Orance, 8 11 Arrant, sup. Gadeden Station, R ..;

center. ecJ { os. y, e 1 Irde Ga 5 nB ilrenit, T 31 .2, I .1 Neelyand
ecte 8 liarthe onew s, 1 Wood, J J Snow, "anBure W o si

XAS CONFERENCE. I se alt, al A v re tbe pplied

p --Rar tr pr us Chr n Ilardeen11e.11sestoo,.) It Coburn. Sampler, sup'y
r .) f live or six Motor Durator. R J licyd, P E. TALLADEGA DismicrLM aban, PE
ast auvalline .1faron Station, 0 li Wells, T Mitchell, Ha ga, I Ac in ARD qJolm G
one or the enspinves on one of sop
, we in:sed nearly every com Marion CL, L .11 Lltric. T W Afunnerlyn, Walkedr, sup'y
een Charleston and New Uc sup Jacksonville, FT J Brandon
elaus We had a churning firewartile, W (' Power Alexandria, Tobe supplied
n Newthicans and 4.alveston 13uck awamp, J II PLate C ... F -, ti. ... 11.ius Nicholeon
s as plaval as an abid take- Liberty Chapel, DW vale E., e.... i r eazli WR Wil-
arid begunhang temperature Darlingtou Ration, JE Watson. .) -'tr la 2
summ crowded, but all were in ecod Timmonsville, b Jones F.y-in .11. [* face.n
dy all rise Facsengers were, Jaynchburg, DJ .11c.12alian B .i- 11 ..... nM --.--n, 43 & Le --
I to Texas as their ocw Georgetown, J 1 1over, 4 Frvin, sup. La s..;rr f*. r ... .J I carry, PR
see was crowded with Kingstree and 15iack R ver, W W Jones, L F ., n, I 1.....,,,
re r.ul roads of tbc Lane War b M Davis Fr 2. h cr<. le shel..elan, J $1
Conwayboro Station, 1: G Gage 1. si ..1;
looked mueb more like New Conwayboro throw, 1, Scarbore. Wedowee Miseton, To be supplied
Charledon Ibe amount of Waccausaw Circuit and Musion, SPH El. Pinckneyrille Circuit, Jordan Wethou
o spaceous ad beautiful har well, C Hetta, sup Dadeville Cirouit, L F Dowdell, J N Du-
urprised 020, an I the threat of pottainia 16?, S 11 Hrowne, PE pree, sup=y
every waterc seen to the Columbia, ( Washington Street, W Martin. Lineville, To be supplied
11arion Street, W W Hood Arbacooohee, OM Lavingston
saterval at Houston in whwh Columbia tarcult, R It Dagnall Monterallo Station, JH Ledbetter
the train that would :ake o' Ro fill, I ca 101 at t!se residence Waunabore, I 8 Connor. 0 HM C4pigh- Marble Valley Cireait, W C Rowland
ble Judge Shearn nod made too, up Chandler Springs, Geo J Mason ..

or e o sobTf rn I all G kBTa3ablergan EUFAULA Ds WA MeOarty, P 5
naugh, a genial, generous l airfacid, A J Cauthen Glennville, R 8 Crawford

of we /ust to a 0amden, W Thomas Glayton and Louisville, WH Ellison
is charge, during which he Santer Station, 11 11 Mood Hamiter, J Senife
nearly fifty conversions 4 Sumter Circum, J W Murray Villula, J W Solomon
beaucrfulfeaturcof heacharge IImbopville, J W Creder, A McCorquodale, Perate Ciredt, MM Graham
's cle9 At the last meet sup Pea River Misston, To be aspplie4
my visit to has there were knnan Jallellell Enon and Midway, WK Norton
scot it is strierly a youth* 8 Leard, Sund 70bool A ot Lawreneerille, B F Blow
versation and exhortatoo in my ge Chootawhatchie, D 9 Fuller
christian capenence and has Courses at her, W 111lenstagPE. Chaneybatchie Mission tobeaupp
a great biceseners the Church Cokcabury Station, WT Capers, BB Jones Ohrer
t at thodepot atChappel 11111, sup ManzANA DIsrarcr. W B Deania, P
welcome by a deputation of the Cokesbury Circus, WS litack Mariana, E J Hamill
ule Guiversity, and in short Abberallo, M Brown, TS Daniel. Greenwood, HP Waugh, WR Talley
arasierred to a cosy room, a Nanety Siz, T 0 Herbert Gathoun Mission, To be anpplied ,
ot supper, and sweet beds it Saluda River Mission, RM Harrison. Gampbelkon, P.9 ales
bghtial to stretch out once Dorn's Mine, J II Trawick Gordon Cirouit. L Paironro
p soundly, without the roar of Edgefield, J T Kalgo. Ms Zion Ciron.r. T. Le .r.pphed =
u, tbo rocking of a steamer, Savannah River .11sssion, to be supplied. Haw Ridge WA tempey
eing doubled up hks a jack. Butter, JH Zam To be supphed
g of railroad contasone Newberry Statson, OA Darby. Grove, To see supplied
be at the opening of Confer- Newberry Careast, W fl Lawton, and one news AM Gillespse
mpelled to hurry on to Bren- to be supphed by M Boyd. H.g Crest To be r.
not appear natural to see Laurene J
.at so


The M. .ane Bra.fI 1.-11 its r"pdlio The irs Quals.rst bl.3 ng hoe upon t alar7 the Churob, how ast/ /
10'.'tit21s. Ir.... .. Sanstay e..-r. as ) -w-2.ga 1.-avey la on a c. .il thein, theybe forgotteawhenwooometoapper- 0,
E, tion our means for the support of the but
. --. As a J 1. Ever murm-sttr. TL reparis "as FI to -- =. I.. r. 3 ever Church? Bou
.? .. =bs F. = ='.* ar.1 "i escLar; I..rn 2 =1.3 in the Church who restily loves his duty, And our Mission, with all the weight of
how I ..sirews. rs are F. T.r r ....1 1,. L. ,, will always endeavor to be there-latinZ duty and intense which they lay upon the
Pserce, in the order named, I no point no small matter kep him away. This pa Church, how can we lessen our interest so Mr.
conference, aimed at was to give a clear view of the per not.ft-s th public of many such meet, them, or fail in their adequate suppon? wou
tendanecof the Your Committee coming from the body he
at its recent duty before the Conference, of what it had ings, wl.ich we hope will be well atteded of the Church, and representing the laity 8a
u
e' taken in hand, and what was needed to se- of the Church within the limits of toe Con- the
bany, Ga. Bish- enre the desired result. The eKeet of this Sourn Canorust Cassionexas Docu- forence, would respectfully submit, for the evid
ference--Bish- meeting will be to stimulate the preachers MENT.S.-TL so papers, so far as received, adopts of the Conference, and the guid- nail
feeble that he to higher endeavor. They resolved then, whl appear next week. f ance and practice of the various Churebes circ

meee r a 3 ( eavi hti s p lel < New Advertisements, resolutions of i
rned from hi YoungJ.AllesiaChina-tholattersumtq J.N Ronson, Columission Merchan, upon the policy adopted by the General .

n as ean- boobtainedwherepossiblethroughtheage, ri tot{hbja o < 018 ora y Coulounce, in moditientio oI tbo stinerant .

srequ p81an h ki a ena Pf r /( soon dr ri (Mr tw I rities of the Church, bowing to its ach and hou
and suitable butions, mentioned the proposal at a recent hun a trial. . ag,= 3 hon
y Conference, by one brot .er, to give as much Evour Cool GE opens again on 27th *= 1 the
upon the datics anallthecongregation, exceptingtheproach. January, .. 3 actuated thus, with brotherly sympathy and elle
harge. Bishop erawouldgive. Thiabroughtaresponsefrom tion. As regard, the preachers appointo to labor his

c y oop the Rev. R. J. 1Yilliamson, who proffered clists 1 G ro:{ it never let old Eurory I *I I bishop, usan enabeatut in
to do itkewise. The proffer east hirn about piriturti and temporal, ton
ose fatherly ad- 8375, which he paid cheerfully The co- THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORG1A opers That at 060 p-esent time, more W.
ladly and grate- tire cash collection was 8056--besides some Bah January, haverge added another chin than over before, it presses upon the matu sa
rs. They were, instinenon, an nee me ere to bersh p, and more especially the oilicial con
solution of res- bscriebasedh thatp & ad b amely tiever iof Faculty. Among these is the IIon. A 31 wh htT i nCt n |stfev la teif
icited from him 8100 each, the next year, for miss ons; ' " 1 "' '"'" '- ests. ith new seal and determination
T
andwe expect now to see a new inpube willatoncetakeuphasresidenceinAsnens Reclead, That to the stewardship, as I 1
it was announ th doomena Masonic FaxAr.x Couses, a n ., it ... 1- n ] ]; ,; .ip,
single member given to a cause. cornmences its Spring Term, 18th Jan, I
; and this wa theAe t l thanksgiving, While its interests were before the Confer- Masons. He rdrd, I .. r .... with nothing I
rayer. ence, several strong specohes were made by C 1 where but sedous apprehension, any thing within day
entered heartily the Bishops, the preachers, and the hy- sucho of et itPought to our banits which tends to a secularized mi- Aft
and contribu- delegates. It was insisted by Bishop An. be wed stround. See adverusement. vietry, and present the matter as one wor- Pre
s and labors to drew, that it ought to be in every Methe PanvER INSTITUTE.Oxford, Ga., is under t t serious c sideration of both a
,
Of their own diat fuelly in the patronising Conferences too one of a most accomphabed graduate Rooted, That we heartily endorse the unl
pted an address Rev. T. T. Christian proposed to be one of of the W. F. College, and presents advan provRian which in made, in the financial fere
t of supporting ten who this year would secure ilfty at b- tages which ought o secure it patromage econo y of the Church, for the assistar 1.
read, we think, serivers-new subscribers and renewals--- "MaxNA Untrou "--We hope that ..ur af W 7 71 Culkge, nod urge upon tt
ope, secure the and the requisitournber was soon made up sicuddleho 0 lecorta" may te. I tot.. 6 n itate, vir a e oay is of
-and all the preachers, by vote, pkdged tov too poor to take she Advocatt the Co fetence~ur consolidated col- dre
the Conference themselves to bring up the average of one money in their pure- and as for that into 100( n upon the attentio I of the member in
t
rs it unnecessa- for every ten members of the church, which outs akewise. TLo foDowing is a good GUIP
general sketch is the least average number it ought to testimony PLAN or orsaArross. Lot
have. 3iolvA Corros.-Dr. Durham, of this 1 That the Conference or . I 1. I ,
before the Com The statistics were reported as follows: county, has grown severs thou@aud pounds collectens be motinuel in 1 *
1 T -dues Members, 20,860, increase 128 L; L>oal of seed coLson irom three acres and adh:air 4. I 1 . ri r's .. >
pre- Preachers,102,doccessol3;Inthatsbap sorineda adtotaot s Tu > ,
g men called to '
trat f th tized, 721, increase 138; Addes baptized sooney peamis of hot to the here. I amount be raised, as may be deter- me
of is o e 1230, increase 101; Sunday school, 236 erson sold in Au: nea at thirty-three cauts mined by th Board of Stewards, in con- me
the increase 50; OfScore and Teachers, 1815 I = newso mth too preacher, as a matter sep.
ce to the law of increase 282, Papils, 10,388, increase area and asseinct from all other claims up-
haracter of the 1860; Volums, 17,173, increase 233fq on the Oburch, and that the amount to be is
f system and of FINANCIAL PLAN, rabR: by each and every church be fixed in t
missionary and Requisites, 13,663, laerease 1001. The REPORTED BY THE LAY DELEGATES OF THE in the sum which is 1 "....r :.*. f 70 tha
d attention, colored members and schools will be report- sortra canoravA co.vanswon cents born each and a .* < ar the and
ed as the Conference shortly to be held for fice
nation of char- them in Augusta. The Conference college. Your Committee feel profoundly impress- sal e.Thst the aggrega e of Conference or ari
a Conference tion was$3,415 08, increase 83 581 91; For ed with the importance of the interest of consoldxtod collection be put down at tre
bers, there was th 882 05 For Sunda -school the Obureb committee to their considera- $20,000, to be apportioned as follows: For loss
e poor, 82, 3 y 1, non. How to 21.* is r
al character of $2,650 85; For Missions, Domestio and the support oft = a ..... 4, * ** * a . ...
charges of any Foreign, 81,(ill0 71; For Rishops, 81,. of our superannuated preachers, our widows $8,000.
attention of the 134 10; For presiding elders and preach and orpham,, our missonary and education- 3. That as soon as the preael e a-.
Pierce made a $19,094 8.9 al intereste-in shor how to sustain the it she 1 be the duty of the respective= la s. .
hich he stated ers, Unurch, finandahy, in its various iurerests, of Stewards to meet and determine the sho
Taken altogether, a more pleasant Com and remove the difticulties and dangers whole amount to be raised far the support
bject of thanks' forence was, perhaps, never held. This is whieb cow beset st, from a want of proper of the Chureb, for the Conference year, the
he assion that the general testanony Pashop Peace, e. be Cr ce or can chd2nd cohection ex
arao now there its clos said that in all has c crane he When 1 < pe (Le rI. ure I'ht::ch twoung ,
magnifying the had near 1.aywa one whero ty, order, at d on her an ub n as he b rpel 0: the r, et.: o:0trcr shall be brought Ly
unable a many barovoy, .rkstyrad er, ntualay were too c up man rr b w us|1u i\ auf1 1clators unicab id to
a
r
manydverseof heaur::u.; isa:0 1 1. cry thop sceneI we as ru.:ed ci her1y:a eso nowup a
b al e:2nus and anspla ce ne w :th e re d, r.n ne 11 0 a no .mrb co 6 at n of the Unurch, man dir
of temptanous, hosp::a: y e: t : <*1:, of ce y can lure a is by runs and as uted to hy the 11r
Chrutian chat in .11iruy we untounded The lawas ni by rt.e assumi on of entate of

e a a pl at 1%= c asuri trches ve-e p':- 1 1 I cl n no n th a t goes be n ade monthly by
ons of gr.te try act a. the howe at war up of .. paymours nodemouthly a
nes- and grea latu ne:, L aniortab ean I enn ued a 6, b ri e prescues, the linemoul re-
uded to by the ed.: 100 subi c sport

ing scene wa v < 1 pl a he taken up every kdpit
of or he ce 1 b ou: ch..ie we bus a : a up n ad to any debatenews wb.ch




Thou a uo" tot e em: try outlet-ues stat ined br h: Mrs.,ts units:d cowantly vi
n
and the 03rd of :nz, no I rb 1, unth 4 of ourforming the R mp, toth p::vately and a
stril "eficerive" work, .a use are the ethtentprearise of < lu ed
nd labors more the :3 ..y host in to- word preache1. and : mic au1 wervily coloined, 10. cha
younger mour one, a nuar--never to be forgott n -from I s o' r b n enade the 1 -- of govi vil
l pauced out a 8 hop 1 acree on the eneatus us of t!0 In
tion and estatn, w ord, r:J the graco and t:u:h II, brought < rise day of the saw al e
as redr a act tb rth ental coe a e swe 12 v wh w y, r support, or as 1, as frap b C, to see to 0 that the air

rs tenany cl"^ as though they had choose for these e)ves, use to counmaton web no >unt cu to not short of that required the
rosoposercent and, re 1 te:c, to all cases, hopeful y and his and here we led it peal
deraaudso; (100 tr>ifully, and went fords to the I.sh, a of cal: un r e our v so solemn alte
nuted on]) by b a new year,10 4.10; for God es bdp and bless Th
t'ixtuch- "mins neg a at res 4 ed todo all the ex careN r I u

h
theni Swain acd second their ert.rts, their 40 ), th
y, who h ad been bold up was hands, and do likewoe the "ny be ran
estpere.nnu red whole a y, and 12c at I us will return n as a lur1c aqu bu c -- It.cidutyof tending to i
Conference for To en.ace or wab the inanoul pohe a recent er son of he South Larouna Con Ip
o oc warn out Death of Rev A. M Forster the Courch, and the dice up>n it of ta>
,
>hebrethren ro The first news we had of the dark or this end y 0: r! p Ghe sentiment at . the
of "worker venerab! rn her of the 8 0. Constance nwas tra sill a on me tb h s14coCjrP per or noji n
you, brethren we re vived to the f>Ilowing note dated n ** we w>uld ch you me necental (bc proceed ng

er a u, '" aear Cokesbury Due 10 4 I so to on thr r am beach

young men was the liev A Al lo\sre, an 01.3 and so r at imary aid we T i ll r coates b E. L {td a
Ikree a address annuted minute of the NC Couler nee for these to de a arol fall, pl. to us order (0 the)Cont ence
ir grabarson was but I have been waitine to hear Irorn 18 hurch, a uIntanual and mile 0 11 listiop \h human pres don
v"I'"R I sub'euse pid r which 4. 1 an
tbo ... of 110 wal n aud;*oodue, .. 4 .
? of th And 1..:, our eyes turn w.ch esistant 8 crear.c orp
lical:h. and spenal .: < y and s a ude t> Warord nary bu na chu:1y a copied the Confer on
or olsat <.ed he b oniade 1.1 J own therated and useful in en:e dona the led day The lay dec me
ed Frnory I 01 ti Ile lived I as trip statues the only ore of as charac ca r lust and 1.x,: were the 1>11, two
thedesticulties us no red one day, breathalowe /la @ e>at.u ed sub our I amierew To its I Alas:Iu, 5 ISAM, It Bryce a
overcome ants 4th October It a souiry Use ( b. I . \ C Dibble, AA Oslbert,
Instantion are mark the gradual g v as yinge ntlPs t wlook can never R lini, albles John><, J II Kanskr, c
attountance the sunbt of the co n M J Keller, W 0 Lee. C 1) Rowell, )
"N-a tine body \ anon ( 1 which o ne upon us, fran the E Stan, U.v32m:n stokes, la 8 l ate, 8
T
en receivinecaul cause along with (60 undemoning of the fame 01 the war, those noble hearted T = 1 I .
d by the mate annual free wout the surrad, but howere r -we had . . I .. 1
us eloquent ad- weakened the frame and thernind we never I at their R Benu:ck, who an IS > psued the a
the interests of heard of any decline of the strong palars of posts and preserved the exotence vi the Nordiern Methodue Church, excited no '
es ( hurch, arol the seal I here a!i was compact, Late to College, and his, too, when othct sations little interest ife applied for readameston, 1hi
s, through th tether, Jesus Christ being the chiefeamer and abor lie ds of lator, savolving usua of having rep need of has course II< was re 1
rt in wastatriang Otulat and profit, son.:ht the advaurages instated, and subsequently transferred to I '
in forwarding Thus had and thus daud one of the of then di tonumbel leaning, experience true thht-an Conference, within the boned, roc
k
oldeR mtulatera of 'he outhC.srolins Un- and usefulness Privation, hardabsp, if riot of which Iro now love,
dre ed by Dr forence and of the Church Hewasheensed suffenny, w re endured by them, rather On tbc second day an important 1 *1
he interests of to 1500 to preach, and lacked but a few than zbroke their posinon In new of ch on I man was referred to a special < ,...
o
the Guareb, at mouth* 0 b^ n 0- years in thenanistry the c;wountances, stilnences and microwa untree vi the lasty-.11essrs AA Gribert, res
s
lesting House and s. the Conference about which now cluster about Wollard Colleze, R Bryce, JI Stokes, .1 /sehary and RS wa
received very thirty-one or tb rty two years I done it to conne lds itself auew to the fastersy Hill l

jet :st if tails Its t wI < F p de si I e, co adgep eaculL/kuePTare reattra tr du date r oth a day be stro. na i
ts of the house Pubhshed by the SC Conference of which wah arsendowfoon 3 and all sourcesof land two of the Advocate ld alled with obe roa
(+) having he had soulong beco a neelid a enabas d ca s porrt! Li re naj [ gore audge ttisp o a againatoo th 11 he
ile the stock of aLe, bittra expect to be nurtured and sustained from akin to those of a returned exile, ,,,3 ...
improve He due bosons at her celesteal love presooccof the venerable and the good men nea
rt the Publish- ConuECTlow.-The appeal of the Rev lame and space do not permit us to cz whom 1 had lovel aspastora nod Irsends, I Jou
y tbo tweneral JP Dancan to the stewards of the Grama habit, in eueb form and catent, the varacd confess that for the moment utterance was T
Distnet should have asked fora response to notereste which depend for support upon nearly overmastered by on > saryof tbecon be sent to the Rev. II J Adams, Grtilin the body of the Uburch, as their great use, most endlaily welcomed not only by the wit
iety was held, portause demands It is but pertrated us von rable and beloved fathers, liers David of
w
iug it was a Ga, by the let of January roatead of let to gunce at them Hur superannuated Derrick and W A G.susewell, and tele the
After report., July, as at was secorreetly printed pra.ch rs, and the widows and orphans of brethren whom I had known of old, but by oc
w
by use Treas. preachers-in the o trtuce of poverty and those whom now for the hot ume I knew our
erce.the Agent, Tur Groaol.t CONFERENCEDOCUTTENTS hardness, when the beast of lumn seems (O TEC communicalloo, addressed to time Can Th
e
r OL *rnith are not all in the week We have been be growing calder and colder in its senabs Arcoce by .) W Jiurke & Co respecting Bro
Pierce There compelled on account of the reasure of illies to obe great virtue of oberity -when the Advocate, and of which I was the Plet
l revival of in- 2 selluboessand tbo baser clements of human bearer, I put into the bands of Dr White Th
e
ol cause, and it other matters on our columns to lay over nature scorn to be strugghng for abo ascea. foord bath, r he future that several of them for another issue dency-to whom must these helpless ones Conference. The Dr Landly consented and coj
o
the care of the look, if not to therr own houachold of the be not only presented the communication dou
ction of nearly AN APPEAr, is made through our col- Church, to the fatally of Christ, of whom but made besides an cifective speech so A
e, by the dona- omas to the Alomas of Cathoon Soosesy, of they are, and whose saterests they have so behalf of the Advocate The communton- est
members and Wofford College, for and an buysog a very faithfully served! tron of the publishers was referred to the wee
The presence valuable book for that Soosety Will not And our Basbops, with well nigh their Committee on Books and Periodicals, and We
children added some hberal mitfiled ademan hel in this all of domestso enjoymeat-thecoroforts of to their report I beg leave to call attention favo
ge P home, and the sacreQ dates and pleasures The exhibit of the prospersty of the Advo. to b
e oiionalone strait-stmanaser not of the family carole-laid go p walhog enow one for the
year anes closed was evidently of t


.h Conference. Your contribute to
1,
it s .. ,
th Georps 0snita ca, having he:n in * *

fully represent
Barketoo, was la L J fo -las presence vocate. Allo
ld have been exer-dingly acceptable patent Lt
( Let ye ir. Tec brother W lis
. . has < one well say you, Mr.
year past for (1 Advocab, ed I 'ad South Caro i
ence that the current year wi;i La >14 a year ca grea
ed by sail pic no ulation of the pop r-the othei 1 organ T so Mo
lan Confer ee. j the II to 1 lit
r

. .

4, La

self a i Suq to ",We now
oran a mention of the Sou hera Chm. .. a ..
Ado-care and ic, Sn a, and no noubt,
ctually canceted the ani aPirek ntion of even among t
previous speech clined to wi
s

jint eating I < kal it re as xas I a
Street Chuah Columbia, undo by How recommendati
Martin, and eastined by Dr. Smith in which he is s
irny win trdation of one huncrol aad

to (0 ai< eirtal m he Mis ions; meetine was hebl Friday what more va
** Me:hoJustchuret. TheReport, speech for t
1 1 Rev. W. and urged i
1. ,eech was speech the i

led to abour 8701) si collection paper. He
n the aftern on of Saturday, the Sun.
School Soci ty held their unniversary. -not the r
er prayer by it v A. .1. Carhon, the pondent, of c
sident, lier. WT thnor sep ated 431 -

8 r a ed I Did l
es in library a the bounds of use Com
com Rev 8 Leard, Sunday Schol
. o . ting *
by, NO Christi

Got as so incent ve to ducy The d pa ro age
c I ,
l . '
T i ' .
u a .,11 on ni 3 G Tut3e A .

. colored p ecol ors will be found
appointments A very .
.. preseber, R chard ,
wasureadtodeaucusu..La, 1*
s by the Ashop--ather freed- that the prea
n whose names appear so the appoint. Itfe and fait
nts were ake e!ce ed The psession of young preme
get thei
0 be fu
unary w ak .in ag the colored 1 1 s. .
imes gone by. 110 conclusively showed I
t the seed an hal brought forth good President. 1
abundant fruit. The heirs a2d succi. .ul they cant
s and sufferin.n of the devo ed mission, in view belbr
es were not in vain-n her was the shown that a
asury of the church d . its education at
. A more clog sent missionary aptech twelve dollars
arely delivered. The Ocilege
i
The report on EducatLan showed that perous condit
.


rE The Conference resolved to rs so The missi
( r night was no
was not attri

, a *
ft c rep..:r o* 0 e ( ur e p a le o'nt b
s is no
e re to in an


b en cro a ne u
th


j It o J 10
be
Jul y

a utonibp

a on




gaux 0
a 4 re a


n ed I a
er, E r I ed

e da I h
/ od

e b 5 I n 0 ur
mar nh
t
s
rna al a e v
e
n 1


th b I
oon n I tak
a

t I el 1 on
capal b u
h
ex pre 1 has if "Joe I t
( d th 8 en hu so.! car
wr< J wa-
I x the to ter


E
1 I r Ti THE T
r
ill,. t<
ad nJ 1 land y -
he death vi
har:s a a y .. u pr ce"' the sad reals
ther0 le:: aveni 1:I. white section bcw
mbers w r vi 1 rder r, he afe leans, v.a c
preach tourt as alocal preach. q ,< kewee
, thene mob ;isp i aweda remed II.e Gulf wa
o enc blue kne
a n re t runn-It VA of the Ir< a
n
etwarr. i c hunter .La
it *
. I *
a a * laborers for l'
I 1 atate
s reme tra cruce was followed by halveston
c., c of the 1ork than
' * 1 * ,, s
was par on uly.fl v:m; I, s
ra II .-as
1 y, A 31 street
C D.syns A lbring 160
lution of sympathy wi:h th Ir larashes we waned for
ordered to bc .ubh-hed in the Advocate on to (.happel
ieso'utione d stiarake ru clue p tois and of the venera
nber I as cast t yar\ r el< afo/a le try en

ds were adopted At IIns evenine session li T Kava
Rev WA Gauw roll presided until the beart eman

t had visited h
rly twelve idock the Conference ad had watoessed
rned, to meet next Jear in Cheraw novel but very
itle was the first Coalerence held to Ab as the youtb
ille, and the proceedings were witnesect ing preceding
h marked utterst by the people, many thirry six pre
hom wero prove 0 ly uoungenated with class for c>o
wages and pobty of allethoJan A reference to
unpulso will muloubtedly be seen to been thus far
chureb in that line sociton of country be were me
liospitalitiour rise people were princely and warmly w
ther .11outed8 arraugenicate gave coru Trustees of M
e satisfaceton Ilis work was well done orno are tr
weather was ebarunog throughourand warm live, a h
entire occasion was one of unalloyed was quite de
yment to your correspedent, and, no more and slee
bt, to everybody besade a railroad trat
word in conclusion as to another Inter and without b
whseb 1 had incidentally in obarge-the knite dreamin
kly paperforthe yonug people-Hurke's in order to
ekly I found it to be a prodigious coco, I wasoo
rate, and am eatsefied that it useds only ham. It did
e known to be largely patronized. Many Bsehop Do* .
he reacher


I Us
.
Ms .p, ..0. r .


The South Georgia C
There was a retty hall at
members of th a Conferene
session, Dec.16--23, at Al
op Piercepresidedin theOon
op Paine's health being so

p ,ta ] n hitoC fe
Bishop Piace having retu

ofo adtoCPot a

a odp x la EPs se
le d made a timel
, resee, an
address to the preachers
they had assembled to dise
Pier wa occa ona

to meet in council, and wh
vice and exhortationawere g
fully received by the preache
acknowledged, too, by res
pect an affection, which el
afeelingresponso.
When the roll was called,
oed that for two years not a
this Conference had dred
made the occasion of special
la which Dr. Pierce led in p
Thelay delegates present
auto the work assigned them
tod mueb by their counsel
the interest of the occasion.
free-will, they met and ado
to the Church, on the subject
the gospel, which will be
wita in eat, ad will, we h
obj ign .
The very full minutes of
given on our first page rende

to ngive here more than a
p go
All the unbjects brought
0..1 = .-- ..g ly I .
10.1
paratory education of youn
the manist the adminis
Lord's Sn ry, the b the
pper, ap
necessity of a strict adheren
the Church in passing the c
preachers, the importance o
beginning early in making
other collection all receive
At the close of the exam
hitter, it appearing that, in
composed of about 115mem
no imputation on the mor
any one of them, and no
nature that required she a
supervisory body, Bishop
few touching remark in w
that, while it had been a su
givine on the first d sy oE t
none had dted during the ye
was will more ground for
grace of God, which had e
men of all agounder a
e*rcumances, nungling war
exposed to a great varo:ty
to maturain an noblerunded

de, and to its! in rem
affectrug, and be expire
ful recognation of the good
of God were feelingiy resp
br he to accusion, a bat
h
witnessed when the ourne




and cile two unistrueous
so tbo Stib ye r of bb eye
has active ministry, lio a
and pread.cs far ra>re, a
zealosely the many much
and be sons us the gospe
epontaneous trou's of .tfec

8 sc de I tecart hand
ly counsel, and oria;pay te
a
The Coulerencesolacited hte
to tbo agency, with the un
hislield of lab>r wanto be li

oung Feenny to a otPre
property of 11sthodesui
The Rev James Duawed

seeb srsandnLthe re
thesumastryom:up to the
work ile elected not t
and male nearnesc appeal t
be receivel into the ranks
When be salt what way

a rus re old at tac
and "wort erras 4tven unt

adasured on trial Baby
to those who had paved the
etrikingly appropriate, cau
lessoon of great wed>m to
4 full
expected to gave pre
o
secry,
Dr LM an h report
legons prospen:ueand tha
tollowsug th ewaratebring
that use prospects of the
rapidly brightening The
comingtorm wili be about
oryous green -ananyourte
from use fund rapproperate
for disabic dress. Dr manah set lorth
she College as those of ti
called upon its ruarnber
preachers, for their suppo
it as an element of power
the cause of Child
Time Couference was ad
Redford, Book Agent, so t
the unious publicational
Nashvllie, usul of the Pub
He repre cated that be has

rekTea :Te a (Tsetivs
of the country the deb
are being reduced-some
been pand in two yevrs, wh
the concern is greatly i
hopes and expects to repo
ing House out of debt b
Conference of is70
Fridaynighttheanniver
ference hunday school-soc
Rev. A .11 Wyan presid
very intereasing meeting
of the work of the year
urer, secretaryand Dr Ps
addresses were made by D
and Bishope Andaew and
appears to be a very genera
terest in the Sunday-scho
is a grand of hope for t
the churvb to awakened to
rialog geueralloo A colle
$300 was taken for the caus
tion of $1 00 for annual
$10 00 for life members.
.pad esogilrg of the S 8
greatly to the interest of th


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January 1. 186 .


Milton J A Parker Lower Peachtree, JE Fonet; Baggaville, no..." n.-Cottonarne Macon District asputh Go conference J. M. II O $2 BROO If, UNIVERSIT Y OF REORGIA TILESBORO' MALE AND F ALR

Idle ivM 1 ise n, T be on lied ME Butts CalFeedleV bto rred to salestoco to "u. . . / wansumanamessassasses utty*IVInth Annual seedea' owns 4 as sp.
CAMDEN DISTRIOT. An on West, PE NW Texas Conference; G DN Campbell n . . EE A '7 8 CAPS ru awarea, namsome
(.u.5 .. Mr *1*" transferred to St Louis Conference; R Ca- I ... .. .
th. ar .sI F. 1 rey transferred to Montgomery Conference; FURal. TRUNKs WACULty,

i n. Con reHe enerTtdansfehliasies pie ha been m e in yamu ce thereof it dull . . . VAJ.15ES, UMBT EL .AqA NE W ,
Forg. i.1 J tle Rook Conference, and appointed to Pine ,,, . . aer . Whitehall street, AtInnta, Ga. . n, . .l m *
E wr, .. r, at Blur; AD MeVoy transferred to Mont To a members at use quarterly coverence
Nc. ..8 i Li gomery Conference. ,, artr r *.il Tylp \TTITTION .n... a
Firms r=,-k PW.I ,,,, ,, ,,, an .. ....s.
Ms Pleasant, Thos 8 Armistead Mae REBEOCA RUSSELL, mother of the .. . rI .. . .. 4 L. e a a .*
Unrox Smxuas Dism, J W Shores, PE Rev. Thomas B. Russell, both of whom *
Union Springs, Jos B Cottrell have many friends in South Caroline, Geor- r * COU NT 81 D Fax L E3RS, .. al. . . . . . . AMILTON BIGH BCHOOL
Broudridge, A 8 Dickinson gia and Florida, died in peace on the 19th .. .

n H Phi Gillis el at the r e adh e na emb ,, , . . so pre.. . . .. ., , e60 v
Mille CireOdro8ui W G Perry of the Methodist Church, for 55 years, and present road ", , ML th .1 1. I aa 11 I 1 E. TTE Ext
ey a widow for 35 years. She was an he. .= si.

Mrto ru t, I of.e o ch mokt otmeTogm r.1/3 case. n .1 w r, r - - ** EMOR YOO GE Wanted.

rteen mV no le? r den t at h achi nful reeleps case I ,, , Columbus litarict. .. .use. . OXFORD, GA* r or *2.* Ak Br F

0 r l i 11)rris AberTTID, FTTR SKINs IIE SPING TERM WILL OPEN *


a ohatel is, J W Glenn n 4g q 6 n e ap up us, me^ HIC THIRTY-FIRST AN UAL 81 5-
TRANSFERRED. .. .. M .R...s . e-as 08leyRM FORIale COileget
0 D Oliver to Mobile Conference . CABIllET ORGANS. . .. n .s .. .. .... q manates.rs, ins, under the alrecoon or

t us1 lorida pWAsume.Tom December N-The President on AW W 8 NE, A. M, Professor Mathema an L 3 M Mathematics

Located, Jno P Jones infett a celamation seems to give very genera .* * * 7 ..- c sonw nz or

Di oloBe in each Distriot to be left I Er , , (PATENTED 1865.1 is * er nA
in the hands of the Presiding Elders, of : .* * = and report , .. . .. . ., e. . ..
the various Districts. enwrow, veeembers.-Inconsequence of tPamIIIIInents Bavannah Distrlet. I 1 .. , ,, a 3 i . . .
& comtoan crowd, Grunt receives no visatom after rans an Pres f Department. ..
Mobile Conference. e rHE \ . 1 F a .
The Mobile Conference, says the Nash .
ville Advocate, held its session in Meridian, MASON & HAMLIN . .
Miss, Dec. 2-8. Bishop Pierce presided,
to the great antiatootion of all concerned, and
reached--equal to himself. Bishop An I In pro Ved V ox II n na ana Southern Masonic Female oileare r

ere was also prgstme, taking a lively inter . Br to i. L [=. ( fHE NEXT SPRING 1 L 1. I f ElI .. .......- ,,. ,

ha .. .thondt expedient; he at BOO ODII . . " saw we rea!2c FFORD COLLEG ANaunes.c.
preached the sermon at the ordination of We again inform the Preachers that we ,
elders. The m. ... . v.. sell the books of the Nashville Catalogue, prove wAcclar*
quentlyi dress a rF *, I s .. -ices--t roame othis po at TRE MOST POfV R ., , u REV A.M SH PD D., Preadentand Probas

tary of the American Bible Society, made shall take pleasure in supplying you. minstrumenteras vein a .. .. .. . u. ...r a. .
to excellent address to the Conference, J.W.Bunxa&Co. 9 .... r an : r .2...
getting forth the labore and plans of that Macon, Ga., Jan 1. ., I
sathdlie institution, to the support of which ,. .. *

v. S crenewed itampe.edbeers.of To The colored pre e and delegates who * or

r"C't.:p ur nt t mben quk ana s eC etr en r hub rn , ,

tit:: CThe aunCj eS the blehi January be ames i 2ed a lyst
'i'askaloons Female College, were inquired Rev E. pWest, by letter, so that arrange
ipto, and time Conference resolved to give ments exu be made for their accommodation owns summermo n ren at us.
Am..- c. I i. institutions a cordial support jan. 11w. .. at 78 ., . m .
II..'cte- = conditionof thecolored peo MissionaryAssessmentsNo.Georg. , ---- - ---- as *

,arol [ s ll P. L I ** I =* 3 Dr at Ias afor tFer3rewar 869. M 3isF IED new as ** 4 us th r suse r.oritsequaralent
Colored Columbus Districe last year, war Augusta Dist. $1,175 Augusta Dist. 55 m Athens Distriot-First Round. , ... , rgamentare
ranted the initiation of measures looking to Athens 1,175 Athena 5 st rm sairr, President,
the organisatien of an Alabama Colored Dahlonega 400 Dahlonega a 1 . . . TEAORE R.
O nfelre e 'lle 8 oday School caneseh re- Elberton Elberton 2. , . . LADy OF EXPERIENCE W SHES

from Columbus and Mobile advocated it Marietta 400 Marietta 1. I totusswounse iterain ra..
with great fervor, and the Conference made Atlanta 700 Atlanta a 800 tested,
provision for the holding of a Sunday school Lagrange < 850 Lagrange a 350 av es, by the Rev John a son .. -. . r a s a To sorrow on.
Convention next year. The Class meeting. Grillin 550 Grif5n a 250 cars to as war A wa asal:ot .
too, was brought to notice by a resolution -- . . Tve

rb BrotMer is, new j rten The Board od agers adopted t f00 ,r i i i 1 Marletta District-- orth Ga. Conference. <.any a ne.ghsess. seror war..ana Youn
resolved to make an effers to revive the Jowine resolution: I *AC K NO W LEDG HENTS ,
alw..... I b.c 1 c Resolved, That this Board requests 11 Forenesouthern inarioninque r 1,,, COND TERM BEGINS JAN macow wuesasson assawra

t ... .. ". """"tgE st th{ 1 38j tne untnee ,- In one a neen
se. 2 t =* s. .. . .. . Conference of each charge in their respect son, who a dblN, No 64,8econdstreet.Maeon Ga.
p 1 . 1 4 tot eqTuracnid on e arsoe ifdoesibleh to the W
a e ear stahy that the sup et ble Tu h oe 3asmsen n n cerent e at aboutel bar .n- .. als.I.I. I lurth tia. Confelene . . I'.h I ER INSTITUTE ,

Conference has been rather meager during ward the money to the Treasurer of t FORD, GEORGIA.

ept dby eC nefer --theolu a t Bt ein order to meet the drafts as t ; . r ,1 ING SESSION OF Tel I- I .
plan recommended by the Nashvil e Die Jan 1-2w of we eater a . rn. -r- . ,-1-
tries-mee as at ro tal so, To the Alumat or the onlan Boelet) ad .. us. 2 sum erancianal. ,, .

for pastors abould not Ff 4 ^ *. Holford College. L, Le real -First Qu trter. . . **** . n Fame
themselves with the We ara making an effort to raise money car.. - . gras..
provide for themaintenanceof their families allicient to present to the Cathou s Society ,, , ee net .,,,. .... _, ,', n, ,. , a per
-the Ohurch needs their undivided atten of Wofford College the "Encyolopedia lonix.n, December eo-The steamer Agents Wanted. to so @ .....u se .q
tion. The Conference was called to mourn Britannica Any amount that you may
the death of two of its members, Brothers feel disposed to contribute will be approprt- ,, , , TO $200 PER MONTH, OR A . ..4 e. ..q . .. a
Fisher and Neely. Dr. Dorman, we regret ated to this purpose if forwarded to John so1. w n aus., P

sp n areed e dioP- an kees ( 1 CIL, or Preston , Elber nDs ict-North Ga Gonf e a comm..s-on nom ametr unce that a nonm .
Armstrong, the late beloved pastor of the Jan1-2w * .. na 2 mousn or man as to n .
Church in Tushaloosa. N freane S e oped mto the stres Both of that were Deet-im WANTEIp. ... ..
Th reHwaeadmittd aCOLBKirk Thosepreacherswhosepostoilicesarer run menu Decemberse nthoTwitchell ETISTON'S OR THE YEAR 1869. A YOUNG *


88 one, nore WPVw rsH we e e Sellan do einiplease no lbfy this if neceipter r As a wat south stronna conference. COMITIEROIAL COLLEGE, -
by transfer EM Bounds, CD Oliver, DA - a rd stnh rivifbd consexactsEnavnoseconsurers,
Hendricks, D Carmichael, DCB Connerly,

RMBa RE an 1cliemin ,_ on usesE.JJohnstoneJeweiryStore, deall-1m New n/GA .a se-

aerrenTE C awa ,h J W StanDE Me To the Members of the IFla. Conference. ha luse t efisTI ostroop rallistrict North Ga. Conference. MACON, GA., guiversity High School. cm m.msTom PR on ornamww.
WH Armatrong, GSa WHOL A'PhebPresid g Elders willlconfer a great The own ment announces it, detamination B. B. EUSTON..................Passerran' REPARATORY T)EPARTMENT OF
J N Glover, superannuated. Sunday- the na esen anndTat ee ya 1 n to LateProfessorol D>1bearan J W. Blackmans THE ENIVER sohoole 2084 teachers 1,215, scholara 8,394 the Conference--local preachers who are commerce ar cel eges yo ur:.... Arustes, uA.
-an imperfect report Collected for Da.- coming up for orders-and lay delegates, 1 r o ne xxx zATION *
an1..*4--- I ... .."* fromtheirrespectivedistricts.
Ti ra re .. .. .. It r 1"' A Committee of the Church will be in ** vacrt" . >. mates
APPOINTMENTS. attendance at the R. R. depot, and steam-
Montra Disanior.-J A Heard, P E; boat landings, on the arrival of the ears and be e wherton, w. H. rema, e.n. , . areek
Mobile: Franklin Street, J Bancroft St. ateamers, to condnet the preachers and dele- LaGr District First Round,

roa coC el a onb private ange 7.5 o ( R le ,MALE m)se o a recrnor omemembernor



R Poe et a aca auTd . eeive dkirenet ons.Dec 10th 1 8Banon.
St. Stephens and State Line, to be sop., J Xetice to Hembers of Florida Annual
GRushsup. Conference. communicano Esnory and Henry College,
ManxDIAN Disanior.-J T Heard, PE; The membereof the Florida Annual Con violvia
Butler, EM Turner; Bladen's Springs, 0 ference, will be passed to and from Confer
W Calhoue; Shubuts and Waynesboro', J ence, over the P. & G., and F. C Railroads N THE 14TH OF JANUARY, 1869,
M Brown; Gaston, SM Thames, Wu Mar. for one fare. They will pay full fare on -1 I. ....I ri .....r....... --- .
rie; Belmont, J F Evans; Clarke, GM Gil. going to Conference, and be returned free ,
more; Pierces Spring, to be sup.; Enter- of charge, upon presenting Secretary's cer-
prise, Wm Spillman; Enterprise et., J C tificate. JAs. O. BasscH. .
C Black; Meridlan, WE Mabry; Livings. Dec. 18th 1868-8w. ,

tanbGnWBrown; T8AbernathyjrAg't GiorgiaconferenceofColoredP.aact. OUNT It zi CHOOL, *
MAaow DIsanzar.-Silas H Cox, P E3 This Conference will meet on is 1 ... .. ,* *
Macon, WH Leigh; Sunsuservalle, A J day, 6th of January, 1869, in A.a.e.nel,

r .i .. o I Go h woolored preachers in Geor,;.. us n . . . . i - I .. .0 - E(HAT) SEM. o sea ranc manuss.
It am B & .- I a ., Florida, who received appointments at the I co at one us on a atHut on wi 1 open on

Cooks 1 M al 8. te dn al 6 ee onferenceshin the nose to I Advocate at monocommy c arence *cis races a smoon, P tas Ic Tran
Cotumnus Disanlar TC Weir, PE desire to become members of the ( 1
Columbus, TY Ramsey Pickensville, JA enee as traveling preachers, are iny 141 J. N. ROBsoN, Wanted. on a raphy a ga wr ms saw -


ee oG andTate 'noCt os ien anoatteand oubldo el n. e .. . anosxe- Commission Itlerchant, SITUATION, FOR 1869, AND Ar an 8000
Boxer, JD Bush; Yellow Creek, YO Had ta, that arrangements may be made for Nos, 1 and 8 Atlantic Wharf, .
kine; Fayetteville, G Hawkins; Eutaw, J tertaining them. .. . A ruley sA connestos, 8. c.
T el 1 i It anateprisonsineful in twessater AVINGAMPLEMEANSFORAD -



ey; Elyton ot., TP Roberts; Murfrees , . PLEASANT GROVE
Valle, J B Powers; Blountsville, to be A an. I armer.r. . Male and Fesualc School

't" ".,t".197 "<."???.'"0 ge as of 4 ed. ---- sessos cousv, as
caville, to beaup; North Port, WE Cam Reverdy Jolmson yesterday received ad puta HIS SCHOOL IS LOCAT1 1
RS tion of London artimns dearous of foun Ing a the Countlyadisun the midstof a


d5eoe 8 0 WAsmwoTom ee following proela r .*..7. r s 8 *MOINA Col"I'ON." n avomm m
to be sum Tishobee.0 ( El T Af as is are of Mr. DJ MYRIcKte Winterardle I I TSEED OF THIS WONDERFUL * .

M r or address or the ner. J. M. amour ca ni@act Ga sus

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r 1 Davenport Female Colle e ,
Bi@ e 5 .3. LENGIR N. 0 r e .. .
. HE SPR NG SESSION, I see vertych,4. I ****

1 anor I*.-r 5 iT Mitehou, k .. ., .. ... ., , BINGHAM SOHOOL, nor resx
I., Orrentle, 1 F r..Inte = Stone; Union- , , , Bamberg Blstrict 5.0. Conference messanovule, N. c. to
Larn. J Basser 0..:.[ r,: and Marion m.s on usa. FI HE SPRING SESSION OF 1869 GRIFFIW FERALE COLLEGE. Tu ... -
L*- i-a and 8prans .u;... ...... . , : .- . . **M"E ei 1 ,,--- ..-... ANTED, FOR THE ENSUING


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b*- te gioJ tof un areltin fr rndarl prusalthe lat nob ds ,f aer nh omA~oBNK

rt e frm. i .. ..b e gr e U8 . .. siuation, I wnt ilbo th room, and neel an Ti
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stediy nt te ac o te id eagd ic o har cmpmn. ha dseseis i~ V so ve fard hown: yo r iless i to ermie 000iIG0B W ILLIAMB &CO
as yesradsudn ethI he ne t a i .. u wel ht ynou ca ea rom nd your Sa

soaa hwwn. A temn ote. ae o ro ter oe. sl JI down through the darkvalley of BOWHE BRNHOFC, daa a n *

word~ w i'lar i1stwll ro dockem~d l~ k In l"ln 1850, I haben a :. wo icso lae enat flazel .. li. 'I n' Som ni e in he roo di. A B

reondtem c ant edrly<1cewr laying ap til "*n Ik> s can su"iL I oressed h er1 ,:, _~~,, situation or il aiDO L I C
"Ns, ~ ~ ma no, I~i diana car tores gave WOnelr o n hal nan fe Jul i wle she laanwrriu to n orsuad O E Og

ge ei ~ lh n i a d bid o n ut tdil uticp dell Io ibe hhc va aa our aidl aht~n I r unha en; o lu Snr LT ~.i 1
No,'wudh no arkoe. But ro, tb ir luw l th psce were fruul thn nats~ ~ f nuiE t n saOP(E r j l Il a i ~~
her and theipd barnO hope' nhe ,ih/dtlnn

woma a ~ ~ oooui hope we realied. very hap-t Io~ao hye law; ant Unto andafterbut`rl
rsi lage loetl Rcl thek wido licot pe i /ento f th ae u. 11+~ml u cli~o e~i th w le-h Lh usli wad that, Lea J shal SHUlmB RD M -- ftr hi e al
iag iwnse Irre of IlF em{;r~l cr,t s ,lE 11r. II n' lua it ~ nth onds-DR T'
no po us eace," ,, ,le Iu u mc i) i Ilrtr ll ame prpoe as n~~ ow requred by aals her faditlcultes .llero~n ,ODB~Y E A DTA BR

k: -- -~~~ndrl c te" 'l' iosotha~tinan Stlantante iain vb ywt th u etfleee .ad erstfGd cid . . ,
arS ecace. an liel urig na uruc f ice ry lr l,1 n r n ilt bank tor hle sd a orto of- I 11EdhI siUlin ol I
D J. V C.n Smi( hII):- of.I1II)I Bosto contri.. rers ezes a sfle point of conact I ..W L ,o no I s a e F G a ,a
bues ao n ancl tii'ug lo g th e O toba -mbe of us rtaIon series of..... rerak ar ,y eq ii I eso, C ad
t hm e H aints II 1 ,a o Hn t mag n tl e w i h hotlie r e' e a aat o l y e x m::: y IS 1 ( I CII 1 / r 2 a / tr l tief a B II T re a sur u r ch 8 t l uth '"edied L
pc tocles: ,,hnsnilo l ,' a pe n..Iie ofll 'Ic h~llIllr uve Ired~ieeme und t hel (s 1n ,, I I.


qunei, htte lbe i noiot iu kpt, qut asI ,teIjt ~theifrop eilib 181 te .
as d onge r t. e Ri~u- ..i I ,I rerari~n reund t


8 e b uti g on oceave glases This se pcI- t ~ay be1 mot..0,a. fuluIts~ ~ ~ ~~~11I-.t i~~r Ilta l u a
An wo an wo cq ad*R am th w nig i on o a vo I, howeer winllp illsi I., lanni willsl owcl and c t as
bearinr relr niht atter o e e


vatages, a lr !never g relax a, butd perse inly oe it '. .....
-"eiet""t I whe tin.T we cre i.(Y pen iil ko1 til eep( ,nlU t i ,' I
Th nxetd o. vses ila u cm pt ip acest (

he~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~~ prcee to drs hamsel inrht ala~ -oot til ..I-- ,b hs h s e ni amrbyv 'suhr a inAvc
saior' coths, ndthe wlke ou .* Ia ael st oflr forenaic wol oesirt irth ofI( ourll:; s aiour les
Ey ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ur an bypt h el nw adtenpw er, becu the fac isestblishedbe- al of mouded snoelat re, glasses MnJuI consumas caro t th mi
thrug ashay an, dartohisyong yo nd a v til; We no ret ndo l Eya i t b wi1 be deatrll o f ti { hAr getnt leah leto wm I. n la
hazl-utindasalstanelanhage, ucessulio oa every ins tanc bt genr all theinP ea rsm e s Hup rehrlmson ~ decietoo Tlrer enesser Y.rh IIAN5 AN ER L *
to ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ m~ eill 1l 1I hts) mohe' cotage Helt offe anotv,, Mont compr naedo intI a Crth'rpldaboaF U TTR E *a



tomeut t the, a to ear ro f in'e Tgedar ri1 de i M n o r keo nul anua hoshN tenilb- coun IroR TON EPE ke sa
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is li .... I 1 = ..... 1 1.ar 1 sion and ittywill til, hk thedeacn( y u hae buttow ora nh" Pa r mane rms . .



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d fshbond wy--"eoothesih o a lette ~r bytrh igto h ev o bing ll II 1IIst 1 IinII 1Iee I ra iltoflics e e HE1I!. NEW YO KO SEV Ro
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no eonz hm vna neoehdnms in the chronicle ~ofr Alt=r """' prIcsrer endowed"' of moubalingnrv NEWar Bl BSCRIBERS.p$byla. ii

waa~othmnb brt. Yetmda, r xrsonne a nvuetg rrtn, iar ownersil audep ni a inlt a




waso ver fon of~d mede befti~in dlid ),uin= *r -- .- w O LIE


"Adwhr aey be orse ag a mal siz, and nearly every ut ures~rip of the e Ie m
speech skll wasbroke in seeral laces com- 9 r everbe w erxtNDR n. rs a
h, n it emae ehin seas ha re u e lle o is rpa v ain .~~_ ,,i l uir i , Lette from a' no into a
o'myson Mr 31icom Anerson" edrl out l of thIra socket, lesin ouin te , t:T-o r s
"Aneron, rpeted th v sitor, as Bche i"n es, l''ive ti esthe nat uanc l she, le :ou r heioba up I owecus
through strivingab~ to reebr Teo * pnd le oeg ree oehrad-
manyof tat cuse n Cacutt; bu '. 'h~ oro us inw F sphere Inn rhhesea muss tme* nso, .
your~~~ sm richi mechn and~si aol~ ma aboutl els;, were in the samecor d:tin ::oth hur so. Mo-,A p la1i
mysie ndag, ih omthngsuh owdr o e opeauedon mie chanic atalf .4she puse Letter or Inruie mmor--ltr ganeu
fregure head?" cou d not he fel excep. :l cho g eaturte- u ,
h^My son is a ric metrol a t." relied < tholi k itin Ie att na 1

he had brown, edin hair ane tick and t w I u around n, an ithe me may be s


glni hm k h iho heeig rns alld m aradmay ention-th ycdooun Ier~ ah rPu nl from whalmeta noouranthemll. neuooeulg FOR sALE G ev PIE Au. ~c~ub D~ussisrs Ir PrTI
thoux prer are aais god, ensus boayr Iil dian *~~~ t*n *ii us al to Bnnt a t eat n boue; l

though tole av but the hospit ble damer natul isize~an the bulge of hIs head
sta yed him, saalo : "Gic ye has travelled had contracted o very near its norm l H.e Msow i-li lniANo But~lan Ir, n

hunry Ride a ~o bit, and eati an dik i' ,i, laist to~ dreo' 1868~nr ofll l~~i heirbg of the bowel -II
us. M rger! coe don, an letas st pa e of y his o py ica thens ohes. or fa' mont- 1tya
on thesupper" hisand wa a toal blak. lh me 1ontois":" t Ii sonaot He w si., a nah~~e*i of ouh aolna


>r ~~I hi mohe i kisses plen concio uss in about sevn wek. .Grek a

her-"I~nou amc~ yourino~s son. He aske himself *~ ~ *rl *oun u *n.I *on .~ mua on bea oft;setio al I-- .S AR S& O
hafuwne~ 0al se-- ar l power of usng hisr tong it wbnasiupoei ilo rre rouu IF licE.,II lnlqY PULIHE S BOOK-SELLERSor Pblh
.iri thilug wh on almost of ther cntrens rain r n ,. STTIOIIRS,
be ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n lirr~l?--o~ elyu torlr." hn omdm' ws1 taa d tt01alr uaffl,emp c ,~alo ,m 111 Il46I~U 11 urI rnr NWYR,

he nseeed "t oe sem metht u 1to vien t atthe ~owe tof rite t I clrr elbsr of ils Ere r~ s ubs e ibngfo aee \Y -, .v) .nrli ,B .ER ..1 UluRV E 971 F10Lol: L LBI



left ~ ~ ~ ~ bod Iie no ae e d t i, ag.1 1iegto hai .ee an dlcac n yoner .**,ale iaii bll ll thre epn ilelbu eisgte.-


herja ,akgtk e ria ui ks to,, la4nno it 32, r /no liti ladlytull tlr WM.~~r TF~~." McMEfl - ,l~.~ UII61..Y~~l i .
d~~~(im ,r asi ddgro v al~lhr htl ah Ii in rriyi o 4 a ifin ,i

truu frtcuirsi, i oeol hogtw uc:a bough ~, wardl~ trle and La ra n so ..Y
"i.""d orbis -ind p wru '"0" n rciint o p tn ] ri(L' Fla isth R,,,.,ltt~d~ h u.~ ~ ...
that ya iue i partha fep ifluein t exce pt l.J .th i ne Augsta m: L**~il: .0. 1i Lr *rli Tf le c. r ~~ h u irn

I pay Malcom gin' yechoicept of seeds moi i .1:1 thenI 311ss:E Julnwaabottwntyfo EA B Ihrl lsa


w as ~~m e aara aa utic, ,h a nde g n y a nd h e n a n d e v~l e r gi v! o in g a e n t t o a n y~e a ri itt n xa i nk w ath e e xp rr ssonrs .n .e ~ t e l a t e






a ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ili ir-kissedi her brei kisseder ,her an,, mnh eor e et sefl .
and ~ ~ ~ Tl heror hn ads, whle thelr bi erei o.., t10 g re to e n i i vextarnr neet i .JOOo
Y"'l eksbiwh ab tahpgab c aofoe 1ohiet reeleref oe no toasta eldra e an s~hpdin herlif by es h r . a

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