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: June 7, 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 28. Macon, Ga., Friday, June 7. 1867. Whole Number, 1410

a .. i E ., on the edges of which one might little things with a great spirit-that le, for the
IRiftlilliftlif. cu of theeelou f abt n theNsubj to ns rd bl" er name ethod m Few me t hive a L r. I at the truth of the re gon of the wa not t on tamCdeop rd estimat 1 e bm ssi ad a atl tah
I trust in the broad clear sunlight of od's been more rev red fr hol nees of life, a ] .1 I fadel {infidel ro n or r h at an formsomeueonce ne eo a Id eat could do if he was upon earth.-Rev.
REMINISCENCES. ', , , ,, ,, , ,, ,, ,, ,, z . n, which they anity, a pledge, but we o urge men of standing to do
wingshore carest,1sas-conunnea. and t an este g ailuicku ce a eds lic 2 an sh ly onota emitted to pass ___ nhe 1seel sm deeabkoea o doPuta Consecrating the Gift of Bpeeeh.
We elesed our last article with some allusion I .. itee Church to whose interests Christ Our All in All to see your son a drunkard. Stop making cor Mr. Cooper was hitting under the shade of a
to theQuarterl M = = s I =1 = I r .. life was consecrated n .. .. wilate, and deny yourself a little pleasure that large elm in front of his dwelling, convennag
, a poorly no dl{gr as so far from the main ee lete"oaretlj b eeetheseti coadj senBi enedidtnhoet seenout to endorse themBishe, I e. h ' ,.ve O g ele h us Ted mn on m 8Athens to w eatiseigh oring ush --n
stream," as to say a word concerning the Rev. space forbid it merely p g a is their defense. In weak fair maiden, those who live inyoursmiletotaste passed them on has way home. He bowed to
William King, whose place Bro. 01enny had Near the site of Ms Prospy t Chursth, or nizent of strength; in sorrow, therr joy; this wine so innocent at the first, but a fatal in Mr. Cooper, who returned the salatation.
been sent to fill; and in the fillingofwhich egleet. v peace; a s The whole land is getting to be a uA pleasant countenance that," said the
lost his life. Bro. King, I do not remember lo 1 Annual Conference I had the I i their ph 3 .. blood:' refrain for a while that this visitor, referring to the countenance of the
have seen orehthan onee, and never heC n in he largest and n , . 3 .. .* 3 * r I rocuob ,sellior; in the furnace, their e"rse maydbonaverteel. noble youths and lab his countenance is the index of hisdie-

strong man in the pul tubbut very eceen- ege or three meet age th : I I 3 ** i. As a were go Waves a he floods, their rock; in neaults, men of mark, who stagd hinyh in the records of position," said Mr. Cooper,
trie its was usually in person, af a unick. nerv- 1 I .1 1 ... .. , I 1 their refun in accusations, their advocate so the brave. violding themselves to the demon of "What is his employment?"
ety; = Now they are led captives on the "He is a carpenter. He is very industfik

a oilia boybo/1 . . ** deli1 Forgetful of their country and in his business, and is also, I trust, a laborer
sp g the eHeet of some of out tents-the characteraw > 1 ** . == = =bey refuse to encounter the com- together with God. He is a very useful man."
and eloquent appegle He lot 1*. / I ..= coupants--the genial .. i .. I m death> mon misfortune, but seek to steep themselves in uTheful in a religious point of view?"
anear me; in ,Culness. They refuse to afErm forever, by "Yes; I know of no one in the Church who
the in- ,, , , , , heaven, their I endurance in defeat, the honesty of those does more good than he does.n
co ruit thhet position a andoftl noddit~ see meetids prolibli .. ni -r . .\ pleaO IretwhichouhT nee were Ilin hat is his pecuhar talent for doing

his name. But we are Americane, and soon get , ,, , a : 4,..1,! Let not the memories and glories of the "It is that of speaking for Christin his inter-
aceastomed to the most grotesque associations I to the Secretary with the other me take a Presbyterian paper a "The Lord our right- past expire in the grave of the drunkard!-New course with men.'
s r v v 1 ---- 1 e- a-i is a tents, and gen moirs, under the supposition (on my part at several persons called on n II .. aritanity, solve every Orleans Christian Advocate "I have seen some men who were always
* I .. I heart ached a lenist) that they would all be published in the them the paper had to be I I consc ence tells thee thysibsa e manWhen bringing in the anbject of religion on all oean-

i lley tt e so pretty strongly, and they pro nised to great, answer thou, "Christ a blood cleanseth Father, Take My Eand. alons, and it Memegeto ampre] di da o eT
dolo so re d he prisonerlo gm e th were frmn alI th mr to I of yW na or by having it thrust on their attention at all

it" .." ad y shw uM utte he e d all re emanadedr ,,, the b3te torf el adocon maion du
of the law upon you, and see if Ican't whip you forever ? Who shall answer this question, but plain, however, that in the absenceof acred walls as man never offendai n that way. He is a sings -
into some decency n if, whoso love and wor- better, this brief memorial of Bro challenged, say, "Christ is my sanctifteation." larly discreet man. He has much of the ws

ha IPe I ar duU donnyr 6smem rs I ,i the mutations of this with those of other deceased brethren-ought Where dad he get that Law? a tain a t re n death and Satan omoft ederpCtwith theeh mlessnessofth

a r ae an necet3p ill 3 * othe anthern states ebb en alth, Cdlari trhahh all b 3n e se5obr9 for he

call I hr him friend= was no namen man Tu ,, ,, g The Gospel saith, Christ hath made it for do good with. He said he had nothing but the
led by curiosity to attend it, and some peo7Ile, than the elaborate educational an a results followed For instance it is said, monary reports that burden the columns of the met as thou shalt be condemned The Gospel to havealCed under the habitual impression that
.. ... eaclerk I 1 1c .1 Advocate-after the adjournment of our Con- was also a lawyer, and said to him, I wish, sir, ** = >f good the chief use of his tongne was to speak for
= me, our ol= = to ferences, to examine into theiruth of the Christian reli- Christ. He has certainly used that gift very
wine, and was so much pleased with it, that he In these sad, selfish times, there ri Brb < >--1: would you advice me to read Judiciously and very efliciently. He is never
less & common arbiter in most of their diBieul resolved to introduce it into h = = = = = = = = de n Christianity ? obtrusive, and never leaves one in an uncomfor-
ties His judgment was sought constantly and which he did to the no small di ,, = = = II I I == The noblest Usefulness Not Ease table state of mind in consequence of what he
a demmonsofmlamost see alia so thing of pome of the congregation, who I ' ' 1 y--a burial, If all Christians were in ired by a desire to has said to him. I have never heard any, even

le- eded enerous h table Buptoje' = . . .. = 1 two of regret, a trans ent, eareless settled long ago ul in the world, and o hold their mem- the enemies of religion, find fault with him for
mn were mlor missed frommtheir cirete than is elf The story .1 .. .1 od pastor, si --- -- leiro heom oi ea subject so where they can be most eilieient in hubs, rin ag the subject of religion to their atten-
U 7. as much pleased = = 0 new tune as life sweeps on with- "It 1 .I I re "He must be a very remarkable man "
Of estate date, was Brother James B Mc elerk, and when urged to remonstrate with out arippleon its bosom. = I I * I .. "The secret of his power lies, I think, in the
Cully, the friend and intimate companion ofBro 1 ii 1 about the impropriety that Methodism abounding love of Christ which fdle his soul."
Heath, and distinguished in his day for large- eldesinto the House on this subject, The consecration of the gift of speech to
levotion to the church of ha * n the Sabbath, he did christians-in the Conference, in the Church- amine the subject thoroughly myself I have Christ is a duty incumbeat upon alt his follow-
e use a itempera e, ad so but so feebly tha Ir. Clerk was really en- we abould pay a more marked and eased re- upor - -- vt :-=-- en-a 1 1 a 2 ? extensive manufae- . ers. This consecration may not require every
--4 to the memory of our plous and faithful unde II I one to speak to men respecting Christ as fre-
. .. E. P. Blactr. year breth quently as the carpenter above mentioned did;
is ionf 86 /ern ti akertpr j et with much warmth addressed the minister, say [It has never been the custom to publish these sub who an the us,. u e same venu mannonmas jmeef, politre but it will require them to nee the ofs eeek
one termnperhanpm oftener He was a aptlanter le ofMSod M ica na memoire in the Advocate. They are sent to the , di lith theireChurch, and Value of Class Keetings all times aneorda e with hissa not suite

obtTengenecessful tdut Tah bramere and perhaps none sme charming oatruly ito ee tre rinistheeMinutes. Me- thew le e The a there not another Chua mpastor Wea ramWh Heltdhenecess ye so ed hakeetepu ywTIdprd e all eprhee h

odymom whRath bate ithePmediumsizem published at the time of their deat he asked "I think I have 1 Wesley, did not follow it. Mr.White- toilalay slanderousremarkareepepting others h

e ,and epportmentyo masTfa Itempera g night, .& .. - 2-..---= s. *- ... ,r , sheir reports. In this case, this we = / . ( ' a Ms. ,Vhitefield aid, "John, ouartin the Bond speech that can not be condemned is a
spect = ** 3...** ,. 1 j I 1 because Bro. Turner died only the vies ris- My brother Wesley acted wisely; great decideratne. Christians generally do not
the Conference. Of the other brethren n, we next place I consider the inte .* were awakened under his minis- diKer samelently from men of the world in the
' virtues have be 1 ---- -01 i memoirs had been pt I <1 e- tl -r si 0 p . I in elass, and thus preserved the use of the giftofspeech. Not thattheyshould

a at Mr Stevenso The gathering up paper, and there was no need of a oi saT Ine ad g as oo o(fe Th a
ance; i im, a -EDITOR.] in his sermon-Acts ix 31 adopt the dialeet of the week, but should use
11 lous f the past, a esaddened by the a e Sanctifyingthe "House of the Lord." jTo," r hed the elder "at he he unn 11nothods ea 1 1 s i morni gm untreetC1h r hd ntrteh odnu 1 ielgift echEatrall timeedaeCoo di gdo the

him was in Charleston, in Ir855, whither he had | In addition to what was said last week res- an ti del bou ht a n untdary, but little ref ne 'lnenald heh r3ni mars,gleTud vi a
,National Di- I have detained you and your readers in the vi. pecting our < Housea of worship,"I wish to pre- tures He applied 1 really devoted to God, and in full stretch for Hotive to Christian Effort.
un Ut jai in the racessan and Iv t h Doon Ir til oene ign day set apart for that pur sMe dd ne ,itu nla ui pmart 11 it t uth tree goin it ere. I w{s ni al obe ec o holme wh e ha b n bthaelo es inse do eddmuch of his reh ush r

conversation, I ,, ,, I 0 examplel otal irlo to h a lievedd it was a disease of heart tion, wsth trhighaim le idption at he bottom

easing napyou rand together e had such com 11 r Ian and ina e est se oe or a ve Whado A one

union with God and each other, as we had ri 1 Conversation "beca or" for us--how mpoor! "that we,
been aca meA f we majee arod7c t Toun -1 n re I ca n the House of God becomes a public 1 ad th joypros onanj sa owhigenic aedn coe i tr or eH sf ioe$ inni ht beh d rich,"dh

glim se of him, as the omnibus bore him away, reson for children and idlersit becomes too com- th r through ble prayers and 2 P
still sick to th6etdheepot-- in a few eks Ibeard he me It begets irrevercuee. It is desecratEon. rb inatl I n dinn o n example f Bishop fse ndge:to his soale ipnot a land ea do His d)Y eela e

delicate and ).erishable than the grass itself, so a ra 1 hiefaultsbehind his a ar --
we decay and pass away and his neice sh, nesdays ul ---- tery and defamation from the on an. conversa

yoted nown M/qE5ttere gam longing toh wh ch arepeopl jt Americans are fond of names the house of F. .. seem sir,''ssaid he, "to be in a brown The Blinst Man's sermon. tion a ks Ig an ITsh e2 tnwind ehr of v Sarn To p
1 intry, outside of I .nv* I the infidel, A few rsons were collected around a blind may be societies in which silence will be our best evil(thou have me do.'" Devotion turns drudg

e one m I an p on n o as no lo you think of it," asked the an, w ad t en a station a bridge ve 3n Ib atI ates, i dw nb h i htahisr o end "I ul

who ha for many years served the Church 2n 1 ' I I o a == = xwhat I usedto think, answer their earnal things, he was ministering to them "What is seasonable I do not know, and what I on the he ofoothers;edbutfor mdabountry a
. I 1 . . I .. A gentleman on his way home know is not seasonable. go ag
a son of Father Henry Hardinof whom we pro , , infuence over a skirts of the c ras led by c iosity oo en whAbri an an eds car ee on e stand h I el wi he to

Lord When you are solicated for the n ., eaten me up Oh, to serve such a friend and
knew him when he was a young man, and know he church for such purposes, tell them But what do youthinkimore uterposed the of in aveh a work as giving the precious Goe to

ap We test have a glo ernment a (12 t a t m 9 v s n9g in eddeel a st dddf o

siderod as growing old he has faithfully served let us always turn our minds reverently to til Sir, zae eises, good Pesolutions, ..* - purchase thpee Scriptur and then fly with the

.. . It ise dment >rc were ineffectual to relieve hi onscience of its Gol Rise earl en d en the day with I in a 1 o o
been. .I 3 , , , , ve; whatever y ] n.,i sh o< appealryf Xavier, as he lay on his
and so L ** I * I incidents, as come up to my memory. it-drive it through, with ust previous to setting out from Rome

Mr us fors moment consid the other anch fine Insel rm aterra small church hat and keep it ff till you retire try to set h rn, and one and natired to rest these wo ds, 1 name- interfeMind bbourin onheb mSt rs, my a

situatedonthe addaFord oadaboutsixmiles anna a td Illea r r io none odicaw in a nin 8 e, it.4. e diligent; don1t lou retT Cmare e ntubd an a teWermanddee
abovethesiteoflJnion.Thisisbyfarthemosede- ofthe best materialof whichour ..Iounge aboutand followersto the confines of t Holy City
sirableportionofChesterDistrietforaresidence is composed Father Smithashen 15 ..I your name from "Nol" saidhe, "I will not wears crown of
The country is generally level, with a lightgral ly called, had gone to his home in neascu 1 a r a a -,. . .r quick else re- honor where my Master wore one of shame!"

1 t iellhaeda ed totheb reof ourgdrea in at then ee ch ta i e, a thl3ut hoere . r d or at a ks--n pent, and do your first work hoGo rab wuts Id nee is henTH
cmdence of much agricultural thrift The peo George Smith, who commenced life a poor, but ,, . II not my mistake. It is Jesus who alone can save. - orown of universal dom2mon .

en e am i e t ee 1 as oubs property conumeren and met panni us as or ag from I 1,. 5 the To Him wiIll kr b n ithehriath sal abion o NIre n mn a e Death at the Breakfast Table

tra n a o t do mo eerd lyno c 1 ellist at fe rearedhaalar famid Ito oileneds heaven given among men whereby they must be theoreprobusheo ducto the esp n adml mt1 bert BraceMa el rateam rooitch a ni r

n na onhoeo utmo I h ea od n a ee leenth io b e et sees taihn sworetai eatendadboiled egg he turned to h daughter
say (and stil do any) that therr mmds and con- Sister Namey Smith, is still among us a fine Intemperance. then they at the wind, when I called to them in "I thi k I am yet hungry; you may bring
example of a quiet, peaceable Christian ladv I fe la murder; to ebastity, This vice is greatly on the increase A mer. a strong voice for fair play me another egg."
r staunny, I e gamely an A a.W.Solostort r'^r there. + 1--acter, perju- chant of Natchitoehes recently said that he "Stop! stop!" said ], "if youplease, gentle He then grew thoughttd a moment, and
I r include the stored and forwarded for Planters as many bar. men, let us have fair play; it's my turn now." musing a little, added:
needed poo obem m sever meer e work. InwanixT. aherer oille, r 1 he writer every injury to llfe; ad2tery, ever tin d th it le b li e unAs reet I caph when is it your turn, pray?" said the md]Hold, daughter, hold! my Master calleth
for making him say last 1 1 11 1 . = ) = r I ** J Lad it is quite likely that a replied. Here isis sight failed him; but onlling for a
the Holy Ghost", instead 4 dispensed to the"hands,'s 1- 3 and waited until their pa- Bible, he requested his daughter to place his
d ma w th e-lon de tiatno es cause The Late Rev. Allen Turner prevented our reading "proof."-Earron ] every improper desire in regard to our neigh- the employer himself often takes a dram. It is tience was exhausted, and then wanted me to finger on Romans viii. 88, 39. Thisbeingifone
w, by bors. full time that good eitizens should unite to stem make haste and take my turn. I told them, he repeated the verse, dwelhag especially on,
the wrecks ofa cruel eivil war, he nevertheless I notice in a recent number of the Advocate --- "I have been thinking," he proceeded, this Hood of fire, which threatens our land with however, that I hada right to take my own time, "I am persuade that neither lik nor1eath
possesses manyof the choice blessings of Provi- a communication from Bishop Pierce in refer Taking the P er "where did Moses get that law ? I have read disasters, worse, yes, far worse than the horrors and swear at my own convenience. To this the shall be able to so arate me from the love of
dence, and I trust all the happiness, which reli- ence to our 1 3 Bro ap the history; the Egyptians and the adjacent na of war. The church should see to it, that the captain repliedwith a laugh- God, which is in Chprist Jeane my Lord." He
gion can besto v. Then there isCol. Reaves, his ther, Allen I a = s ( eses a The following from a correspondent of the tions were idolaters, so were the Greeks and Ro- Discipline be enforced against dratn-drinkers. "Perhaps you don't mean to take your turn!" then said:
son in- w, an active and zealous Christina, and ver ustoanrd p oper regr that such a man Southern Preebyterian is so good and widelyap mans; and the wisest and best Greeks or Ro- Ministersehould preach against the physical and "Pardon me, tain," I answered, but I "God be with you, my children. I have
one w lands his influence and personal effort the rounds. The mass never gave a code of morals like this.- social horrors of drunkenness. No matter who do, as soon as le npfand the good of doing so" breakfasted with you, and shall anp with my
e rome ian gl al ea i()neot al ne and forgetfulness, unhonored, and per of their cht reh, fall dly b atdnTeneonk b ze8 di epsh I y t i re es the men are JudgestheSqg Colonels, on theMy friends, I did not hear another oath on Lo Jesus Ch 61 and r, withonta shiv-

Btown in mberalso of throb the Rev. A. B unnoticed This regret willbesharednodoubt, praise. Pastors therefore, are really helping on ened ages ? He lived at a period comparatively give to it respectability; they e y exam er or a groan, he at once started on his flight to
and onea wheo is zealous andpartical harg byah redta 2n Georgia w th g & old their own work, and saving themselves . which the ple effect the ruin of young men, and fill the Usaveranse -Itis good to desire to be use. everlasting glory.

9 r hhmM Token he was --notwithstan indehbI man eoenliarkies-sen ei nTt cann W 1 t= 1 2 / n .* . st on m es tsh rthnedt in iskyerch In e fulalmtsit is noboneces yn yktnhoe who On eleReaderoC Tda i yo f y e-
theparsalt of agriculture, and.who in religious years all through tehph land "Uncle Alnina The writer season have received some subscrib evi it hi self. Iam satisfied b ecohha gr inte of see edt maybe likeneddoo the insdrumentaldnadolobg r es w ud you esp to a Od New

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we coTc use I nofender p,
per that we rest r.u our malone of sea proceed
age. uspended last week lor want of spac
me avalv-scuoor 0 use

d :s- v at n I
.= was ;aven so Sundersualsf tru hu
I workees The I eport er. 16< suby a
pressively set lbrth the new way of the hunday
chool to the health, growth, and vigoroin lif

its hope-the materal tar consterating us ful ire
rnerteberalap, and to neg at the children a :

no provision for future supply to replace the

andddisainle n s
r unwilling to engagedpersonally in this service
ope la expressed our
members throughout the Distriet will set them
solves to gathering up the seattered and negleot
ed children, audplace themin the Sunday-=ehool
that they may become polished and be set as
gems in our erown of rejoicing,
There were some valuable hies given on get-
ting up and organizing sobools. A great want
is zealous men, who feel killing to act as super-

not act, let the sisters do it One zealous
woman can gather around her the materials of a

he ging ts ru h rus du eds
A hymn sung, a short passage of Scripture read
inalterpate verass by teachers and pupils, andif
no more, the Lord a prayer repeated in conocre
byallwillaufEceforthepublieservice. hafew

men are too dailident to do more, they even can
follow this plan Let the work be taken in hand,

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divinelawonthysubject. Notthatthey noting<:lladdc.aughcaltivab:c *** ** * .* anm:ueof tboverybr;:eappropriationscan1. MONEYWANTED 11u'.871(eFr.::Fur.Fritu.):4old.ron-
are to go begine rar the uselves, 1,0: a n t to rn .: or ri 0 new I and lect ,,.4 .each q er renew The wine: \ve law as cata:ogue d 0... Bentation
chould-pard or unt p:ad-instruct the lb cL, or care l., ow ver, vad gr< y ah.: the actual .]ott ;E (1.e to or all! L traued in 1 rate. N C,--2 pace renowned
as to every duty some of the lay bre:iar it !.0 close of the year, but one thing :se 1 He need we 0 aut crater or inc 1:!. co. 14 excelear seesrty It has w--
shought many preachere toosyneant h er. I 1,and that .s that it wll Ee y We are unding out a great long Ir .1 yr Juates, and. rer II.< IImee, party
p 10'. ani alibsi that they keep Lack a ** * dl ng '" P r Jr 11 we in th I th ful < wo- that store a now noscreet
, tl e comm E ..i ti cy our a .. u **' Itm DR L PH EC1 v ll ril all a 0 ( < 1 (wa < e lkutoba .c onal advanrn;

a throw cle repo: .tc 1 n ur on. THE AFFICA: '1 E. CHUI CC I alr.gan r we livi I ed ce m:r: doing orof ag ecting his due bl 01 5 t b li Llessed as ur com 1 i on . \\ s or y p er of Chr ru w Ir, I. e my by a -or who pass 6 0, at ?ur .'hsonse female College, Amers
pir witter rist men is MI methopo gr< insure.lupon Her It d inh non a rh be Vaul Inmb, pe a hyes re 1 r.vaparter:I 0 us, June I ith, and to
there. pringel a e ble, of a spAlc the \fr a. 11 E Phards, allah I Jrne on thdnesday the 19th Commence-
The itep. rt of be Comms on she at r terof schr. 0 u::w wluch wa gle from it th. ympa in 9 of t! e So thern wi ca 1 0 go "* anent merrnon mil be preached ty iter JS
* I role 1 I un xper or N (3 rt 100) more paying suk=cril> I ey, and Laterary Addrew by lion .lumes

a 1 .ere p r I
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a neak ..! e b 6.=, will. a (Is .u v.,n Cin (1 appree alb L re 011001, OF MI'DIC11Mr:

state r on f .r; rea* clip ove not in very na < , industrr..uelytherer-orter sked
baths 3 recordsthem wab thou ---

spects obey the suggestions that go forth to tl em fro tians either under a na him a head men*' of the tribe LETTER FROM THE COUNTBY.

ital As to at tha to f; r%;elli bri 11 this av tion of ministen and officetbearersdi yetdt re in ou land =g 7- fud ne do you believe rifidfift at co non-watersi tenerol
baptient-say they in eifect-in their infaney, in a flame of revival. "Let us not be weary in sense Paul said it, nothmg but Uhrist and him his sermon c n Air Dator:--During two wee of work and
and then use every effort to rear then> for God well doing; for in due season, we shall reap if crucified-knowing no more Church party even, hiding I ne a .= I . . .. , . . elf to their columns.-
and heaven. Teach them religion at home-to we f:sint not much Ices a political party The paper referred 1 1 -Td convine- < supply I found a copy
pray from their youth up-to know the doctrine antrast the Q. Religious criticism why what effect can of "the Methodist Protestant" that a kind Bab.
ofChristandthefactsofChristianity Tothisend, A large meeting of the imombers of the can her that have upon physical disternpers? timore friend had sent to me,
emet and keep up the family altar Do ithow- A Gasz. nint. d talent & ministeauy otour A Oh we behere, rn face we know, that ifiere pre two documents that interested me
ever imperfcotly you can prayuntilyou0.02 pm, A "eburch-niouse" administals a very -- I = . . gospel minister and power i rd r I I =. n I * i..* C ee racee n El ht
better-and much prayer in thodoset will teach dared rebuke, through the Albany News, I I 's ve place our aged friend in unwell we = 1 = = I the "Pastoral Letter" of
you how to pray in the family Foster the Sun- church-goers. fle is a country mouse, who had ts of the consideraition the dnities of ithe pps the front rank. We feel sure we shall not look of the Com . .. * i as If l am in order, permit
day-sehool-send your children-go with then>. his '-whiskers nibbed and his browneoat rubbed time when , , . 'Ter a Unihoon"aftetlicarefullb rend mouthe
on owe it to than to help cultivate the morals as smooth as satin" and was LEon and the response of our comatissioners, I
* their present companions and future fellow. his town friend Unele Ned" ' am more than ever satisfied with otzrown church
citizens. Besides, only thus can you leave a of one of the pillars of and that there is nothing in it specially to be
Church behind you when you are gone. Take writes others o un to in supporting the Republican about. 1am pleased with one other

schildreneo Chur o prayer em do...mon. . 01 o I those who ha Melancholy Gasualty rldlian ed the Conununity a i. t
love with the houseof Grad. : I divide the votes of the colored On one afternoon of L the whole
to the convention, that thes = 1 r *011: I it is never
coders ..s stem., overy win I : 1 . .. I her minis-
1 tersand people. An up-countrymen who has
a not the fear of being called old logy before his
eyes, sees little in his church that needs mend
, , dit 1 .. w C8/a 1 er I I
, I eases of diptheria. We are not = = * 3

and let the members be invited and urged to , , I .= * I believing in spiritual agencies we also rise such the address of the Bishope. It gives forth no
co-operation. Stir up the children and excite ,, as lie within the scope of our uncertain sound. Ti
their curiosity nod seal Make a bezzinning that go "riot to
with firm resolve to persevere and the work a neglected places, but where our congregations
will be done , , Humisk Bols AND Gmos Water v -In abound, and where the doctrines of Methodism
The preachere are solicited to see that the work two or three weeks the Ent number of I .. I s a = *I 1 he of jo
is begun and to stimulate to perseveranceby 1 issued. Let those who wan. = == = =1 they peach
their frequent presence Sing, read alternately, their earliest ye a II is . / found seriousness and deep feeling. Wint a Prompt action ra oness ary early possible, blethodht doctrinies on in sehwns; if tlu>
recite the a I , a , , ,, ** sermon to the young. "Bo ye also ready

her or visiltor, lett e wortung uirrtsourn ni h [sth tr tal cone a Id The Methodist Prote an C fe e 0 us -TI., numberit\\v fine 1.0 It s Dr NGley, ters are being structed ih[tehe ordblesson to

to lessons-say a half hour-make every thing and not often for lively love-feasts I, , a . .. for the union sa the Maten I iser et 01 the i of I. men, low s wellas so r rt wily as our knowledge recently, uzhnecear2llevebrof oon erl
lively, animatedyetsorious anddecorous-intro- in all these respects, may be trace II = = r pprove Sou h led are di tr:et in :1 pu c :um oJer, ..1 1 0 Chri (lan re ., in C *
occasional novelties, new books, a new neglect of household religion and a . .ad- to r:nse on the niorm a of Let The d=1 rest s cav 1:?, wal Le deeply pained to
hymn, new speakers-have a celebration and tar. In 1 * / . . sing orgirsue oy eding l>r E 11 Ins pleat few the de rb -1 he was, a
festival, and the school will go on-the scholars to team I 3 , , r elel Myers rl:c chair, (the II being ..(nor on per 4 sl. > he on she 1 (bat er a for Ch/
will love it. will hardly be bold enough to take uP I v nill., on, arid As to books, the Bible is of first importance, before theChurchor the world I; I In 1, 1 I e. 11 .Ll noris r own*r* 0**- a the 1 okst, re arm 21,0 21,31.0<. few Methodist Dreachers in this
and a school ean be keptup with almost no other (2.) As to rercrence f;r the honwo/ God, awl troubled in his n ind about it I .1 : T i li I raided; a .are u< :L ma non n e ,- wha re
book. With competent teachers, itis decidedly de forms of worship. It was star s if that was FI 1 .J .. I e to ao: I c .J b.r u Ith in datant have them by their works I
the book for advanced ashalars. The commit- some places, Methodist forms are .= * ** Fax bu ) al:h the I not quale:e4<.f her wx, he room for yet greater
ree recommended for the lower classes, Burkes late The people need to be taught when to he 1,rure nd grace of (1.< Chr F-- - 1- ri Fi n

e idn2 o ot Ser see Ed' So i to -4 I at n n. I: I ft p sad way rn o Gloppy ar. it reluctantly or mak meritof is" Toshrink
and the "Hosannah," as agood tune book We , . . .. n I en ny ourou vy auenuou to myse I n [ m .1 1 her 4 ab the ie othful 7 n at fa to hard worko do t, aCah a
may add, that nothing better can be found for versois sung. And then there was complaint, 1. Let the preachers fix the time fbr service J lia p Did not Christ say to His disciples-"I am
classes somewhat advanced than Summers's that old members gathered about the doors and at the precise hour, 1 --- among you as one that serveth ?"
Question Books on the Old and New Testaments stood and talked till the service commencedand sent for himself anes an in., s.,ugregana to 0, every part of the in 7 Ir re thriss.. --The Dutr e In my very heart I agree with them when
and the Gatechisms from our Publishing House then came in, to tbo annoyance of 1 1 n 1100 n I not a rebyous:s.pre son no n 3>ey say; Seo1f i r us e clm denoof
We fear that they are too little known among and more devout worshippers A I st him begin at the precise ho r I pr 11e y th a I vaul serwro r the us:w a y of Faudersvail = = suggests a mighty motive for "ab
our people. The committee also very much de young men, taking license from the older men, only two persons are there A for Le p the paul E And
sired a Catechism teaching the distenetive doe- would laugh and talk and jest and amoke at the meetings and his congregation will be there a if we
trines of Methodism, a want very generally felt doors during the entiroserviec-and it was said, 0 Let those who first come take their p rar Ibe church a man shore We aw Or new 5 bbsIn-sch .... ' J *- \' in reign
We cannot doubt that this Meeting will give that sometimes even the young women would forward toward the pulpit, so that those , ra.. us vt val miine:ee : red oth br la pro per Wh n101 m
a great impulsoto the cause, throughout thcDis- tarry at the door and chat with their beaux un- peeled to come later may not disturb the whole 1 e no clonge f vu J c 0 way On m oring n, on d. crl h yr The Bishops say-"Insist on a family altar
friet. til service commenced. Why not? Is there congregationhy looking for seats toward the mn a knel ful and uL ec 1 throu 1. th in every house No substitute has ever been
ana surPonT or UnE MINIsTRY any more obligation on them to be devout, than front Thistoo, will notloaxo a son of empty cu [ we it found for family religion? DC TI T
The better unused general, sun one great wr- *1.. .sk. ma< / And then, pin, in the benches horwoon the Franciser and the people- r :0 It us /ul in 7 le.nun lim c or !. re a b.1 ran v cord, fre.t --do oin pr e eleneedw th a cities and towns
dimoulty in this respect is first, the general pov. house of God, insteadof singing hymns and pre- a state of things, anough to depress the fire of
arty, and second, the want of such a system as paring by player and meditation for worship, the most earnest pubhe speaker, fathrub of
will reach the entire membership and educate those who do enter it often engage in loud and _ n a Ju n r 11<:1 1 re 31 ath ro. On ny n 0. o pm use Cell :

vtoTesdFt I atSeveral prominent a et ge cover ion, till the mhone la Dr. Deems at University Chapel, N, Y. le 0" al as Sn -- -- 3 rillt is a sahdo and a portentf mil tar
such a system; and the speeches they made on ior of the young is irreverent and wicked during Southernors visiting New I -11 E- 1 mle 1 7 Meriterris
the subject cannot fail to prodnee good results all the service, even if they do not rudely retire to know, that Dr. Deems is use fu fu oc sys III, Memph
The system adopted and recommeaded may be from it. All this is to be trueed to defective pastoral care and to preach for 4 0 1 o verk. Tenn
briefly stated religious education-toneglectof Sunday-school bath. See notice in another co .) 1 1 rd painful A sco n of wherever practicable, this day be preceded by
At an early meetug of the Stewards afteran and horne training. The servicesof I
Annual Conference, the amount to be raised for not rightly estimated-and they f
the support of the ministry is to be lized, and effect on the heart and life of the community. On andw use movemeress, of which Dr n num n rs we ru In ..: Comn r : T y preachers ni nearly a

the(oassessedintjusteproportha, teohe becon;ro. wasatrgued, tina eluou oeo wabboith tri;eorgan au<] a e emo ep shers andtheezhorters
eacha committees to be appointed who with a cated-not that some good men do not do it ..... e sh, end 1, I ne, L had b rely can themselves, plan off" the work, alud this
steward may divide the sum assessed to each thoughtlessly; but that he who so far respects for morning and evening oravers. For weel s a week a service may be rendered in near y every
inember-not excInding any from the privilege God a house, as to bear in mind * == = = = = = Now they or 0.. w]
of paying, if only ten cents; at a subsequent act of uncovering in the sanctua 1. I pel quite
meeting report the assessments and amend if it be guilty of grosser offences. Th seem good; get the assessment adopted by the small matters to some, but the agg = = , , r mov 1 T he N 1 e are po n he I k .1. Fasting,
Church; and report in detail at every subse. in them iminense; and the attention of the morethanothers?" HeshowedthatGodspoo Pl 12 in.J. I wr rn & t be 1 j >bc be will.non a
quentMeetingthecollectionsenthishst-r . n . II .... I s ... pl a in .,1 11 I i." T nnou us
aretobemadebyastewardoramemberse " ' br Lh\vebc .. Jm.n II on will
for the purpose-male or female-in ever: /, , 1 1 pa trzansatp or toe e. k. It v Sir a at I 1:. r 1 'eroun;
gregation If the stewards neglect this duty- without blemish = . inward holiness, no- nourb n II be slu. a ? To n Rev Ir Home I, or 11 1:. r
the preacher may appoint committees to perform S. Church fdlowakip needeto tr more cultim. bility of character and extraordinary neefulness. ing a wh r nw slane 0 I I F 100 0 n..)n .1 Rev Ir 1 0 pel be we pp... a
it, in each cougregation- ted, by attention toalitheservicesof the church. IIanasigned a number ef reasons why Christians ,r. le to a 1[ ther Cha el .f 5 breal T I. e quthman are o lin e>, and arr
Of course, it is not pretended that this is law, Class meetings are not provided for as I 0 v and per o il La n 0 to behalf of of fasting Is an preaehereminently use/I in
or that assessments thus made, are of binding should be; the love-feast has lost much a = ,, ,, , a no I the no non r Feat a on ,, he souls are preacher
force, except as conscience binds one to duty power, because thrown open to everybody, in- niore directly and strenuously than others for pr nit at tr. 0 rb. y n ii b< 1:u I i used in Washingto euns 8 n Do thepreachersme
The plan is only suggested as a method of syste stead of being I -,, .1 as !,ng been flowashing on ler the the people an example in this matter?
made collection of the debt due to the gospel nexaments of b .* = ,, ' ' in co :nd re orn 11 ther 0 ble deny of Dr 1. 1: Wiley These questions make see think of "the fath
it has en to ed insomephtees rul found e gl ae oftx elinw le v di 3 e at"' 5ciehties2rdAfte the rmdo Tl:, ^ cF no \ w El ac shows 1 LUtudents, but the no nonHu e A dw 1 ,

encouragement that may perhaps at firstbe met so as to be ready when the preacher comes and Rev. Mr. Young, I
itis believed that it will work well universally round on Sabbath morning. Of course, all this night the Rev. Mr
It has the advantage of distributing the debt- if universal would argue a Church nigh unto preached. Hear uI are r ha th an I to orablah I n use th on c in li.:1 1 j = * ll;e 4.- untr\ of her on vn or three weeks ago. We test our emps a
for debt it ie--among all the debtors in abine- death, and aministry which hasfailedto instruct p wal part on a roans The :. ever..r.cs a ch, cour:(ry, 111 the second quarterly confere e bef on
thinglikeajustratioforeveryoneshouldpay, theChurchenallpointeof dutysmalluswell AWeekof Prayer aniTreaustralthelll:Maic.nry orietyhave plan in use, Anthern lantitutions-thou I -anT 1 rtr a tahneoodsehool
if only ten cents, to enltivate the habisof hon- as great. In many places, the Church Meeting We wish to take away all excuse on I ,, I I lunches to raily to 0.0 In 10 lionRr 1 I A n, of perh ps the shiference in expense of *
estlypayingone's debts. has not been so used as to become eKectivej ground of forgetfulness for negleet of the treason Ti e on a conference, ed recently ableller. bing up the ) ple to pl =
We had some strong speeches on this subject. Some have hesitated to hold thesemeetingsailer commendation of the Bishops in their late pasto- ; Comere 11.< New Or!una ( br trau do mine Uo: f nture we hwhly ,
One lay brother, well known for his practical service on the Sabbath, and on other days few ral address We, therefore propose to keep the I rde 1 a ln, .r abou e verijr a sing, n.wetan I :n our sagacity, told us, that the treatment of the min- can be got out, It was the sense of the conven- paragraph strading in our columns for some thnt, .na few; .. . . 7 to enjoy the meeting. Itwashis laston
istry by the Church, leaving them to want or tion, that they should be held regularly even on weeks. y it ste saferences yet a to Ecla ( J T <::1 1,0< as, or rt., 11ort goals as re . ** * He had gone but a little way from the
driving them to seenlar employments, was de. the Sabbath if unavoidable, and that the roll It would be a great thing for the Church and th:s year all fal' oil in the same ra<: as those ery nierence, J ed of consunqueen, in yes no make so large provisuu for I 1 i 1 1 si-- 1 iolenjd
a ratimu- countryifweshouldhave"aweekofprayer," alreadyhellth = was re when in every station, and at one or more ap- noth the eastributeas last year, w:II bc so Ice: 0 and we bore his death sorrow arse has been provided for live who in such an hour as ye think not, the Son of
himself, he now felt boundto give to every good ported as fully tried, the best results have follow- pointments in every circuit or a her this sum frain ivov.aus.e -Last week \.:slant na. only at a cod I nglish educallor. Tizo man comet ?" Yours truly,
cause double what he gave before the war; and ed-and it was believed they could be secured church should surrender itself year, and we have u the prob 3 of the Augusia fire Depart "Bacs mi.raced in this department are ]took. Joux Tnrow
though a great loser himself by war, yet he did everywhere with proper management. If these can it be done? Ooatanada, Algy 1867.
not not feel hurt by so doing. Many who once meetings fail to bring up any decaying congre- "We propose that = agust on w e r se/jnoin Ti eat on [Well done, brother Tryou. Write again
could nid are now penniless, and they who can, gation, there is little hope for it. And this ex- next, be observed in n tory, Botany, Natual Theology, Illstory, (19, and often. We musthowever, shield ourselves
need now togivemore because of the inability periment of a District Meeting fully satisfied = 0 humiliation, and prayer-that 3 me, ng the of others, every one present, that this was to be a power in a pleased to pour out his Spirit upon to be drawn for ar h use and ibreign work in p .ur xwarnig storage the Mathentakes of the same to the Junior year on to write some things to eastain his own aug-
Much was said about the sheer ignorance of the Church, and the only wonder was, how we uras supid allHesh;dhaatt a lednt 14117, amount;og to 91 010 000 Should drafra : 01 t0 re observoi re this Ceredicates of proficiency well be given so the gestions. Two, at least, of the points you lay
many in the Church, as to this duty of sustain. had been getting on so well heretofore witho"' .= st he would send forth to thu uno:mr be drawn, then the J be of the department, and graduates therein will be ents stress on, we had written on this week-and we
ing the gospel; and the preachers were blamed it. Among other things it did, was to I- p =, who may serve him treasuly at the closcol year would bc 8 01400 I or I iv to to to preach the Commesee tied to the degree of Itachelor of clence |nd were in type when yon came la to give a good
for not instructing the membership as to the new fields in territory now unoccupied, and this more faithfullyandellicientlythan we have done But it as hoped and behered that a conederable ruent Nermon at Trusty CollegeN. C., June 19. English Laterature word on the same theme.-Eurros.]


June 7, 1867. SOUTHER

AUGUSTA DISTRICT MEETING eannot < ur books, as well as the of oth r D*etr2ct Mooting-Columbus Dwtract

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I 1 e tier 1 11untr.1.Or a 3\ : Coo war Iis n at an
g rRev W II Putter ILlegue who lan
the analtetion Wall present I. pl la (Lv 1
tave delegates in attendance, as re e'
rious charges in the distrset, who were PROPOUED TDIMS OF ItE UNION Can:
fb by the.r daiTerent restore 11 realia a
deterunned Ibat all deeted &legates a li Bear<., the to &, as As cy : Po r sp
br*n; certitutessf that fact fred :Le rev<: thunkn to [ aul States / .Inc y,:8) I
they repres.nt 1 Th: re a shah ba ofr el ca 1le
11. ;nportant husiness or Fred ly w.u the lp tund a J cool steal be of car c:: on the acted.ard be session of fa th Ir II en
2 levabal useI>b: a rlyrecond201 Jose1, --
pastors and qothopon .* . tirliatjean I li OCAL L DISTRICI MEETING

tees were to predwate rhear reports I on se.epted by as hadica m =-pp thu Paoad asof Ocula Distraord er
On the State of the Chureb, 11 3) Pendkr s. htm-unive :n s ou the on i mi a conference
sea n 2 Sunday schools, The Polised, ChrWn, arid to Arman a .. 2: d Pel avanw .1
5 Support of the Ministry, 11 8 liedloe's. cther, win 1 1,0 .ul has th sens.. m wh e l. / ,
th:n n. 1 .Minions, 11 W Hills..rd, Chru n, am we usI and adapted and th. ,
at hurch Extension, Arminius WrightChru n, emnent and J.s 6 Purounges, Dr liarton, Chrn'n, 7 Periodr Chuacha th (utted Waresshaliconnous tobe euse desireJ
mb, W J JarrallChro'n Thereportswere approved n >ntoningtheprincip!,- ani ul" IIJ a lectr] invas:Ion v. hereby pan
all well received and adopted unanamously on of our y 1" o ne at our itishops to be pr annJay 2 .111 th nonuters and churches c aree l 1 vt 1 br:4x :na> bno the benent al ni puta
in the election of delegates to was dairintrud to th vb ite, shall be admirrol to the, one II wouari n
that there should be no * stinim n an unued bely wheeb th y inty mine brethe to the, Maing wh upil tel
nian should vote for has I= = 10 <1 to b. It r speerive eminedi sus up to the burn to UI in pr yr, that the vbtsons w rk
succeeded wcil three weec eketed on d.e tw r on u:mw non d the nson and a:I the church,, va ('ol 8 11 Pottlo of Warren, fu c>nnot = = , ,
Dunn <-1 Columbia, nod Dr E >II endiewn q Pr-L ,
IIncock, as thc local preacher bro t'Wiard al vued ' a ,
Augusta, van else 5 ** *** J = s
Gros leallastedr a 1 lt **
Iaymen Dr 11 W Hillsard, local preacher and sack p reas alone -hall oo chown cu;un
(111llS (111St ( fth
( nder the procut law, tbc local pread
supus rather an anomalous position it :
Military Law ill Vr 1013

J .lfty JO -t :n babeld y ter a
it seems to us, that if he is a hybird he houki orever .4 and he d as making up the one 1.
be a lowed to repearnt that winter I, and hauld ry of *'.0 ( h:rch. .:.4 no rule or (recolone wh 1, l" P

r < it ( el eir
repre redd ine < in oraltb c = < 1 = [ n

m:m try and lues at the gospel, and the n s, shalL u far :.4 pract cabt L o

r linjsoon secular callingt,)and only welch< 4 < 112 II 01I ed for II a r- I ( us 01
serve or conscience demand The local preach b [bc:< sh til be one set .f ca or kno The on a adud II at
or then in a layman, and as much r re 11 a la wh. rt the se is arefactory r ni be
non p.mroral cla s, as the steward, = = s I both, wHcli ve th a la to a11 l., done 0 a
or the private nieturwr We . = = = .4.4 ro
the the law I ,ill I I II a I Wh kl\ IIce in ea : rheir contribu a in it ordon of the < ut.; Cerend ite ad
free vote rn e 1 .n :her anne-cle 11 they desire to do s known n my aso the par
ral members of the church We sex no rec 0. As soon a pracocable.after the on on II "'" litio mlaup why a local preacher should go an p einence t., la effected, rhe General Use:nbly chal < 0 no \ clad office. in I .:1or
other laymen imply bonuse he a su he should * 4 emanortee and bard which b
for a pa uld, upartia ly ch

theypcase la lief thetwohol so astitutin- 10 1 1 on Th to ld b )il a
Nor do I see army good sense why a'I due When it shall b avertained thur >n 04 up n
men bers of a Astrict Convention should e. t he a site oramba of 1 re byteries of the two beau I
allowed to vote for delegates t he pa for le bn c approval to ranneel union as herein g al r
but .uan outed with the quallibersen< of ri.:, pr sed
entes, and are nainly looked to in Je r clailan(aatherthelio.irdor of I ab::cation, who sh JI consterate a t al.ol le.mi the

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purpo < ki stics I oblw Foreign Markot a:I nthers al hostsr Jnne noon Can so4', 1souda,
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P d dMotlien rarSecretary, nonddbBro.dDick of such books and traiets as shall be issued by Buit against Traser, Trenholm & Co IthbeRsa eeted to any .. :
seas of Warrenton, who seemed to viewith each : .. --In the United States The responsibility of deciding wl ether the for the Relief of Wofford m is- .. .
Other, as to who should do the most for the ac. by at least five members of each committee bill of complaint was = i'I e- - 15 ,-,-rr I .
commodation of the deleg 0-- a-- 0 If at any time after the union has been ef filed by 1* ur r me s. now warn m-Ps I. n
Bro. D. much trouble. 21 = s si I feared any of I .. i I seminaries under K.Prich 1 party oflering for registratiou-Chronicle road "' ,* *
gates bad made their arrangements to leave on ri 1 man, W. I I Rentin I , . . ,, ,
Saturday afternoon, some to illl Sabbath appoint- I ) I 5 John B la I . .. ., I I - *** *
mentssome to mentarofessionalcalls.andathers control, the = 10 so at the Fraser & Co, I : .7 .h violations of N ifWS ITEMB.
to attelsd other business engagements. Now request of I = a a and those the laws of th. I .. I . I blockade rnu- .. 2 -
is all in supposing, 1 .. 1 .. sign op-re: no sea Main ? that in other re -The Canadian Conference Act has been

a e under ed last cal controll, to the end Judge Bryau, upon hearing the illG verninnies ignol or e o'ictgria, and the new mi , . of pub ammousera narcheathxas Assn aTonuse v.
day, and brought to bear all bia indomitable en. that, if practicable, a system of ecelesiastical su- of July. Twenty one members of the Senate, earmycourgme at my aso repor Ann NT 5,
ergy to have it otherwise; but our old friend pervision of such instivations may ultimately r ,, , , , 1 .1 li 1
andbrotherC.W.Keywasequallydetermined prevailthroughtheentireunitedChurches them. ** andpr r to ...... ..... ,. ,
on the other side of the question. "When a z. .
Greek meets Greek then counts the tugof war." -- The Mobile Riot man has already become so crazy that he imag- "nan to . . . ,
So the thing went by default, and there was a Union Spring District Meeting. IVash .--The Repoit of the ines himself a nephewof the Queen and entitled Collection for Bishops. ,,
g I 7) , ,, , to the possessionof .*, i.1 le ,,
m. 1. II .. ' who attemptel on Friday sm
2 ., ., . . ' ' rate tests> ---

a . ./ n church or on J. B. Y( ul Itllas re, and they e Mayor an po e to y or ledunl'" 3 a issued an order thr ugh Geni*i rbcwa noe unus a lim a HOLSTON CONFERENCE

rock on which Bro. D was wrec d. avoid the will bdadli"f alto their homes kmple ae- conduct, husbecause here is neconfidencefat or forbidding tl a tiibree ofd bile wea Orangeburg District meetins-ad Quarter FERALE COLLES E,
Personally and socially the meeting was a co Orleans Christian Advocate plea py. the late rebel army On Friday last the City , ,, ,, ASHEVILLE, N. C.
great success It will result in good to our .Tune 1st 1867. Council pa sed the Allowing resolution on the
Church throughout the District. The infusion dL FI / I .1.1* M With subject: < That a committee of two members FITHE FALL TERM OF THIS INSTITU-
of the lay element works admirably. The laity syor ers from each Board, to which his Honor the May- I .. . . .
are improved a their spiritual inkrests, by be- The LaGrange Distriet Meeting, Ir a by disposition, to te "un the ch

re] vFa b 12. man, Thursday evening discretion his oilicialnets | ,, F Atlanta Diski2-Third Quarter. runns---Perseasonarwentyweek.-
Delegates and visiting brothren, on arrival, York "

i ce vents enp aymew r who entn n as La e ttnon e ex tc3dletil N Bupp asion of a Radical P er.

okeentiment prevaded and wh all seeme 0 June 7-3w J. B McGenaE. here, 1 1 the Co nind o Inc rinjrraih a ties and thae Ind .
unitc _ __ snt =1 1 = o placed over the killed
office. Its future publication is prohibited until -Richmond, May 28 -The Mayor to .
The Distriet Meetxag Amerious District, the proof sheets are submitted to the command closed the investigation of the recent riot, I
in Fort ant. The order of suppression says: "This pa- sent on for indictment two colored men and .
Eli Bishop per is rendered amenable to the last parneraph white firemen.
How we Pald for the Advocate. charge of General Order, dated May 19th, . -Montreal, May 28.-Jefferson Davis re-
Some time last fall, any husband absoribed .. . ..3 P. R == ra l- I I = 1 ina sodeclud he to so one has seen him to Rome District- -Third Quader, PATMENT IN ADVANCE
1 pmolous Advocate, w leh web been and how to u e fireanuR* hem s n e to I eTh m {er aboostmneddop p ex no

notue d, April'67 1 eker id I E El Ann 1 d a iso Co men alm To Rev. W. J. PARKs inforros us, that he me eB ul lipira oe ne ?-sw Amersa nareson, PE C hroni c Dis ease a

ush 3 y de3 8 n de set lorhbjr ev ,17theto c has measured a pea vine grown in lw a 086 e occurred at Danvi leb in Athens Districtsm shenGa Conference. D R. M. WOODRU F F,

nhinisterialadaties, fe honotuldaoitstdo the ng df telot r3fietl1 ahehes Thesumtotal sdolnegroes fDa alle, awhichbricks d 1 conuxnusGEORGIA,
his dutiesNThe nestion was, "how are we en ontof town; two wounded eache dis. w.a. Banner, -:o:-

areS nolmeat to sel v at shall we do t n Cattle Plague in London heSsTurned, stock sto e nd ertl{erbegu Rome Distri fr. oGa. Conference R OeOODfeUt o n n oiltFSPECT-
reacher in ch 0 in a meeting auda en lie erary Address wil be delivered by Ilon O. A. Ken Fork, May 28-The steamer Scotic, dared claily Troops are going Westward rap
am bac he tol me thatmbedad av d his I eGawar ssay f Graduates whi ro rI adca(ouw xoEutTop attladnths < idly. Ilieshington, June 1, p m-The State De . .

month We set about devising aplan We re- ( 0 arties in- breaking out most violently in London apartment has received official information of
r it antil it was paid for- The Examination of the Classes will be held Maxim liand uu1sadbtion 1. lesa rlfeath ap.

diligently by the little on w lyrete anted in the College Hallain theHpresence of visitors. From Mexico. pointed two negro policemen to day.
have the Advocate. Soon we sold enough aggs Unibbert, Ca Abry 27, 1867. New Orleans, June 1, p m.--Hon. L. D.
to pay for the precious Advoente, and now Campbell has received letters fromthe1.S.
Smithie and Louie can hear pretty plenes from he reports of POREIGN NEWS. C.t... to : E.. r,
the Advocate, and we are all so happy. Who .* I = F Maximilian
cannot have the Advocate, when 12 dozen eggs Atlanta District Meeting and his Generah., Cork, May 28.-The sentence of O'Brien
-not three eggs for each week in a year-will ing, will be who was convicted of treason and condemned . ,
buy it ? I will never be withoutic embracin to death, has been commuted to imprisonment
CATHAKINE A. AVANT I 1.1.1 n, i all reside" Analysis of Judge Stanberys Decision. for life I
ser- For the convenience of our readers we have me ur r fly e Crnme lao t - -- -

PLEAsANT GeovE CT.. S C. ConnExcx. Opportunity may be given for ordinat n of lodbthren ot e ras b tl Actpinion i --The S anish fleet in th L..t .. E-.,r & C:c /
The Rev. L. Wood writes: "I have urged local preachers Ceneral, as to the catent and ebaracter of the I terall henede , ,

enclairnsb el easAw le all my poin may 25-3w. If L ADA P. E. distrahnell rmtehnet fittim w to people of the an ^ e ir ry, Mala -The E e Alez- ,, .
people are all short of money. Many are suffer- We believe that, under the effect of thisopin-
ing for bread which others feel it a duty to helP ion, the disfranebised class in Georgia will not I.7 30.-Bismark has accompanied
them to obtain, and as yet there is but one regu- Union springs District 1.1= thousand tl 1.. : I Prussia to Paris. LC*OK .se a 8 as .
lar post office in my work-two of the above pa The District Meeti fo I .1 : =1 I of the 4' 1s .7 to-Th Spanish Government ,

th o is rlong since d on trict, Montgomery C forenlJnjII. ny neD argument, we find in the colonibs** 4. =. of abolishing slavery li .. 11 \* li

acad ngergreat strin ency idn a roathteractuad nesdovebe z3es3 ub thMonts er on 1st he a r'es rio e y f 6 arr %/s unnrds ahpeal n ells t o Ths* ( hurt h ol" Her Mirnnarr
forts of life, the church is lookingup. We have : --rr= Wm M. Motley, of Unton year at the time of the election it is sufEcient. person. The affair was quite enthusiastic. The -* I s *I 1. I 1 i 1. 41.1 5
Sunday hools,1st lo dh asErtl B. Corwart.L. th edisqualiflopticeforfelonymustbe on h\ n for ecodeod me REV. DR. DEEMS, Pastor. .

I o r one3 District Meeting, bla Distriot. er me own thne laws oSt e SI shtum a e Iteadn, Vieto Emmanuelo E aper ro TRANGE V SITING NEW YORK

tended; twenty five have been added to the To the Ministers and official members of at members of Congress before the war, who par- *- - .
church d artug the year, without any special ef- smbia Distrkt, South Carolina Conference. ticipated in or gave aid and comfort to the re- Domestio Markete
thrt having been made, and altogether we thank There will be a Distriot Meeting held in Sum. belhon, are disfranchised To this class are also

nap a adpe a fenm tobbesidifBoulti b JItay 17. C. 11. Purciranv, PE no Th a includesof wrnorabbieTtenand dor mi lang 6 p .. 1,, ,.s it .,re ,, 4,

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this Conference, death has visited ourror.I...od ***E
r moved from oulr counebile one oururm loef SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE1

Brother S. N. LAssacran, who died in Vienna,
Doyly 0, oTnassle rhw rPi Abbeville Die. 1118 1 ILTIE OV dOUTS
= = s 1812, r I ** . early , . . . .
I 3 =1 M. E. I L I which .
1 years a member, and for le were , .. , ,
held an oflicialrelation to it. * *
Resolved, That, while deeply deplori .
loss, we how with submission to the bel *
an Allwise Providence and derive com: *
r, retuplary . *
I .,,li .. .. .. Our loss I
clernal gain,
Resolved, That the members of this
enceoffer our condolence and sympathies .
companion and family of the deceased b :
O. P SwEARENuEN, C. R Jews v.

Tribute of Respect ar

bec a t'fho MnE.eC reh at T ro n has Ad *** J W. BURK ak(0 .
L MASSENGALE, who died May 19th; and, RATEs OP ADVERTISING.

e f uo 0 ean at 1 vde t SPACEFora sqt see tw ve n am rl

of a d, o tindhis deba chhaevehloadone
a sys a ndedh ra 1 tot ecsauu orof Chriate
different requirements of the Church.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with . .
the widow. And though she is left solitary and
alone chtewebelle thlabGo nah o on awall

place her trust in HimD. F. InviNo, S TTE SCRIBE


no change. Though her husband and friends

,,, , , -,.1eydsorrownot
hebasfound eady, with her "lamptrimmedand
arut le i risankdwel sI tr st5 in t
of sorrow and atholion, and has gone to live for
ev r in the bright mansions above prepared by
I Jesus, for all those who love him. Oh! L]iat
all her friends who remnhis notice would strive
to follow her pure and holy exanple, that when
called, they too, may be prepared to sect their
God in peace. A Furt:ND
Mas Omnaniss Lou Or raise, died at
theresidenceof I I 1 ,
in Spartanburg, S r = .
years, 4 months and I day.
The time had arrived, when the weary whools
of life should stand still," and the silver cord
be loosedi" and she was ready to say, **Now,

an tch as to refi 1 ] r na d

laon dat eSavi ad havenlydmhazusionsi
last bours, the will of God for time and eternity

n rs ee a dit e

a --he n a tas as edo e

feasionby partaking ofthe memorials of her Sa-
vior's dying love-gently, s,...uttruly accurring
to life's last bour Mrs) Oeland was a native of
arleston, a ddb maidenMnamen s ICleak1.

and tr m rp soe n le L th roanearlhur
a .. I rly as

trict, she became a member of the MethoD
Church-and was indeed a mother in Isreal,-

on th our depart d the 8 e
friend. We loved her while living, as a beauti-
ful embodiment of Christian excellence; but
no ,,
be '


MRS. MARY JANE McGEllEE, wife of Mr. A.
C. McGehee, of I Ia II , ,
Mr. B. Watkins, I I 1 1 *

AgSr8 be h5 C'hurchSouth, in 1858.
She was deeply pious, ad maintained a consis.

thenttoC risti lne cheacter, till tbetMaste ea d
the daughter of sore aillietion, and was confined
to the house and bed for many months: but
sm r were the ille d life b ne th mo f

e v dt b ce or id 3
then his sting was gone, and she said, "I did
not think it was so easy and sweet to die So
bidding her companion and friends to meet her
in heaven, she sweetly fell asks in JEsjas.

18 a. la .

Purehsome fartyydcarasidae livreddan exemplar
tin anadidiathetrmm8phoffaithnearBue

The companion of hievyouth had passed on
efore mbonl no few mo < et c nerierb b 8

gone ATMti Itae

.. I they will miss
oln r arechu-ho at e as illustrated th
both in life and deaths ildren ofTI

prais His
als. as is
Christianity. JE EvANs

Alas. SARAll R SITIVERs died in GriBn,

Chiny th 18t tthe adenmaof Drh

falFhoral I 1 1 11 I I 1
and n I thdee re ions of it rtoedreer was

59 removed th her husdbraend toNoetxt to

hdr b d add me omHSyoo ra t Vhhn
the South called upon her sons to defend her

on um tn nso rt e n a ghaoveno

dusdowndle are d a becol tryohoeyofor r
family to pass from egrth to ete is ,

, , I satisfactory evi-
dence that she has joined the happy family cir~
cleabove. C.

Joll" E. Frao m 7, oldest son of Rev. R 6
diedinThomtTr months atdtwelve daysaged

Ilehj nd hsouClaurethe nviAuguslt, and 81 is
cerity of his profession, hHjn ae a nown

purer, better boyl have

de rakenn r t5e never known to diso e
neve teeonna rousa 8 tslethtalh kr lebute is

doubt to his present happiness.
N. B. OusrEY
- ----
Tribute of Respect.

Co fxtrnet from them tes of OS"ndquate3
ence.erence 0 circuit
Whereas, It has pleased Almighty God tore.
move from this life our beloved brother, Rev.

y sT mi tch I fC setthan 10
f this ti d efft
s nam do w se inmjunas 1,Mrticle i faith,
a served thoC hs r ,r t as hot

di Ir alt ea e ,l oorh t to mdents---
which a kind Providence had blessed ,6110

1 ' La: 1 = 1. 1 shers-his
benefactions not beingconfinedtotheChurch,
for there are those who now do a prosperous bu-
a 1 he
-- I
his house-the tired traveler never failed to find
refreshment under his hospitable roof, therefore'
Resolved, That while we lament his deathwe
1 gracious dealings of an

dol n yb a i ador courbe charist an a
and invoke upon them the benedictions of the
widow and orphan a God
R. II. Loverm W. Kxox,
See'y P. E.
Tributeof Resect
At the 2nd quarterly conference, Vienna cir-
cuit, S. Ga. Conference, May 4th, 1867, the
following was reported and adopted:
Wanus, Since the last neaembling of

ness, a dispute arose as to the right of rees. Only a Flower to Give.
$$ @, debnee i 1 doose ad thaendh den e Mother,' asked little Phebe Cary, have
to break opd these ann al gathserings But the you nothing I ena carry to poor Aunt Molly ?
THE PRAYER OF THE WORLD. wisdomllan virtue of John preveretechl inthr ve hebe' ni be va poor, and her closet was
"Thr Kingdomeome" soothing their angry sprits with an appeal to I wish I had, Phebe," said she. "Con you
OThoul whomhoanbovemadoration, the colution and precious memories of their na, think of anything ?
Live land, and to all their joint experiences in I Phebc thought.
this. He entreatal them to return to their "I've only a flower," said the little girl 1
1 I 1 would tornedy the current will take her a sweet pea."
I *I. .. .. L meeting. Won by his I'hche had a sweet pea which abe planted un-
kindly spirit and words, they complied with his iler the window, and as it grew agd flowered>
request. In the interval, John built a house ex- both mother and daughter loved and enjoyed it.
pressly for the purpose, of an octagonal form, Phebe picked one, and run down the lane to
-..s as 4 - r .. .. , poor aunt Molly's cottage. Thus was a poor old
sick woman, who, for a whole year, had laul in
and I her I
ired a 3 .. 3 n , , , I It I 1 to see And
entor at his own door, and sit at the head of his Molly. She saw a sweet pea na cracked to a
own taole. Fi 3 bk 1 I

nam n idnter wh Pi iel yD n Alolls rlook g up wtreat deal to

ni s Tm t urght on one r as 1 k atditth
Courage in Every Day Life pos es I used to pick wh I yes,

oneoforious a em omeredes atmamortal 3 IIpe the courage toy ta debt while a tt e, e nno br

not need, howeove swl outout1Mtye didTens into lady's a syouAY on

Have the courage to speak your mind when it flower to give, g is worth a great
is necessary
y you should do so. a 1. to know


How to Prighten a Lion

My friend was our lion shooting in Kattinwar.

l o n ess a tt medn e twh ittd tolere
on horseback, ride up within range, and then

e m a or

ii ; J T ., r a 1 : in the manner
ting the sport in
described. On one occasion my friend had
turned up a couple of full-grown lions, and was
following them on the plain. He managed to
get within range, and, as his horse would not
stand quiet enough for him to fire off his back,
jumped off, and threw the bridle over his arm;
by some chance, however, omitting to slip his

so fair shot, and bit one of the
lio har ; but the noiseista aled the hot g land

it fired tohpe
cond b"dreed at nthcoonm edb illor 'wnf nd

.11 1 1 = 1 1 1 ; I .

c rd 31ueo time to .tolbolesasal
for the nearest tree I r he could

0 t r nd closet behind
with the instinct of self preservation; but the
lion was fast closing with him. What could he
do? There was no time to be lost. In a few

mhoreNbounds hipalread gh2ng dah n
quivering in the animal's relentless jaws.
It suddenly occurred to him to try and startle
thebeasedbysoBierne Ivuedw m eloft rem

dd ledi h r it IThaeSto pintg shwt

thedcha fed ad ddrawingrelrood72t
reversedly from between hie to and in that

emtajasnoc o eof =1 I J bees,

Ilsh d at thol ije aTa metamorplosis fr
which the savage beast was quite unprepared

leg beforhatr a de una m n,
now there was a fearful, shapeless creature, sta-
toonary and unyielding, and howling us the most
awful way, quite beyond all lion experience-
The brute was staggeredand hesitated in his
head-long career; then pulled up and looked;
advanced a step, and looked more closely; heard

n f t yel of utra power hedast padr--

dp at dt sta e.his companion, now
After a short space my friend arose, almost
purple in the face from the violence of his exer-


Have the courage to speak to a friend in a

wistche r oat even t cenh tot ree in company

onllave the courage to make a will, and a jus
Have the courage to tell a man why you will

notH dt eme e cut" the most agreca-
ble acquaintance you have when you are con-

ie w to la feen mi cities, lb tknnod
IIave the courage to show your respect for
and your
I homsoever

Have the courage to wear your old clothes,
until you pay for new ones.
Have the courage to obey your Maker, at the
risk of being ridiculed by man.
IInvo the courage to prefer comfort and pro-
priety to fashion, in all things.

two t ePa no ao toTof oe oOxt{ordeal "e
limped in his walk. Stopping one day last sum
mer at a railw tationhher a Its via

asked if he was not the

elt id doe e 1 so

mr hingleep A ce o as the repl with

r ot ii a t n


Ae ca sw o el aoide nt

other a gues n The eMeor o be two was notivee

el e oof whioCithe loofN-dandt
work was too heavy for him, and he had invited
his iond, an impenatent lad, of whom

1 ,mta r a eyd so
pository of truth Exhausted by their toils,

A vb werea now returhnmph ior r t' rep e
obliging lad about his soul. The FT
seemed to have arrived. A quaint
manner was chosen.
"Henry," asked the elderof tP e-
you know what beenme of Noah a .
"Noah's ea 1 1 if "I
didn't know t' I I *

. I I I It *, I ,

ship drpenters at work for a lo time to
3 I I ,, ,

Song for the children-


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10th thenewcha ovidingfor lay-representation a
astrecetrea and for
J.w.acaYai da


We Have Just Published a Catalogue of
Choice Juvenile Books,

sums rount enue a to

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Aprun sm fatm I ,Tialecoca.

Newton co.,Ga. oxtors, Ga.


surroareas or no userns is


Manus, Ga

* ** *

, , , ,

, ,; ,

SA runs Goonwls, died March Sht, 1867, in

Co ned th 31 t nodist Ch6eh and w la gb

n dtime t or re onfo

1 1 ] 1 i In
d in-
nation which affocrdeda m timpressive Irou ra-

tiedLord ad ndheapproach of dea libe

assuuredertrinmphin- r t~Ioriouslhein r
clasped * I = I and pious father

ahsepidte swled and hopefullyTfz rrounion

ErazA JANE flastrammar, wife of Mr. S.
G. Catieburyband idayhter of Mr an m.

"li le?" 1 ? 1 it I = co., near Nacoo-
I 1867
She embraced religion in her 14th or 15th
; d the M. E. Churchin whose
I ]ived and died a faithful and
consistent member. Being piously reared she
early acquired eal and love forSAe Churcnhd and

ei ,= at I 1 II.1 3 the dutiesof wife
I ..el as to have great influence over her

,, , ,, ,, n ,

ri1)ereced- pa n /anj roeja cill s
a lesson that chwho witrheesed H soo dard

r 1. her Heavenly F laes expressed no fears-
H. H WArman

3 x StTo dePn hi 8 nmba .1

e 7dnyeAugusta, Ga, March 10th, 1867, in
He was at g C., where
n 1812, he30med the M. E Church under the

,he 0 dt Clu bia .CKe ee2he en
sided until the destruction of that city by Sher
man's tarmy, he he fe le sileofs of agemourn

1 tniltheddeste tion of la enndh e

110 d uld leave shelneered him in is e in n

sHeeltas d ah at one daughter, with

A Fmeria.

She M. "I .. . 1 .1, i elatish
and Sarah I * I. . Fla
April l5th, 1867, in the 51st year of her age. >
She was born of pious parents, and in early

lifersoined the ME Church, South. When 23
heart an 3 .
were ver

eart tdh oeu orlI lastnickne tcme
1 the will of is butS e '

row not as those who have no hopes

nello< Nius S.kfnour ag 614 ycia sl ed
He professed religion and joined the M. E.
Church, South, October 1866. Stricken by
disease, he outered not again the sanctuary of
God; but his patience under safering and per-
: = I the divine will evinced that
1 1 genuine. He was not too
young to die-neither was he too young to be
prepared to live forever. His end was peace-
J. C. J.

Mas. ANNIE W. Poosm, wife of Mr. Ed-
ward Pooser, late of Newansville, Ph., was
born in Beaufort, S. C., in 1845, and died in
Waldo, Fla., on 2d April, 1867.
She removed to Newnansville in 1863, where
she was much esteemed and beloved by all who
knew her. In 1864, she professed conversion
andjoined theM.E. Church. Her Christian
course was one of consistency and loveliness,
and deeply will her religious influence be missed
by the community in which she lived. In the
tender relations of sister, wife, and friend, she
manifested a constancy of affection which knew

INUt1 T re anaAfa rt oAf[aERe% The New Sabbath School singing
Johnsmx Emiumsnextuoor to therostatsoeandsee in Ilook,

HAND AND PO WER LOO III! Authobor Th2nbsund y b la unerC hLeu shin

Ipf a ya ar 0 ep orC P

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Sabbath School Music free every month.


ny weavms all thew soon rox name wear on the To AH Who Use the Plow.


fromato:uvar a weaves as at as any ractosy toon em 1 : as a



From use to Ten notars a any can be unnae on t .


s 2. Munray,
By the Turningof an Easy Crank st lets the Walp on BethanyJeferson county, G"
"Indnupthe Cloth, treads the Treadies, and throws the CERTIFICATES:
shuttie. n weaves Jeans, satinets, Lines, Blanket Twill.
ombie-Juan v ashm or mi>bed we a as *

oit ns and the unpleasant
ly o t
ion. til1 tains of the great deep were b oken up, and the

ern Hunters. at window dhoeaven were e dl a queer ,

Youthfulness of Publio Men in England tion o IIonry reCe at now Plea answer
will mtehat or dfou
onI e I .1 Ti 1 hour wheE the a rm came in its fury, and

a sm Hfe meern m b lae be & Nhoa a rophecies were all frulfillied, and all but
a similar lengthy time with the movement gread don't know," said Henry, in a half

ness and alertness has a constantly deceptive in "perhaps I
silence upon one in England. I cannot realize
datpen heep snto mpahisttchrystav ethem rt th

sixtyor seventy, whom I should have pronouno- enter the fold
ed, at first glane tonbde 6 e na (len allyu3 r t rudnde,

more *fast perh se, p ru pso froctl coi s as na d2 ta

tnee ect leave nythio rl po itic treUi which ng saved an of infinite

eln iosn so haesdd it fdo tl ry, b 0 stec r uteplainl ta emk I an
of highly educated people in our own country. en rekni N- by

ep tlI r led.fea t rp r
practice of thorough culture and good breeding be rejoicing in the fruit of your abors, you will
is substantially the same through the world, a yT to ams f a ew he e
i smaller conventionalities may differ.- not the ark of Jesus Christ, No human device
monies. will avail for you. 'Gettingen the rudder' will
not answer; you must be in Christ, or you are
Inexplosive Gunpowder lost. Remember Noah's carpenters, and flee to
Recently some experiments were performed in theTark withcouldd so house and parted. The
the cricket ground of the Crystal Palace, Syden- winter came. The lad was placed at a boarding
ham, with a new kind of gunpowder, which has school. He visited home during the vacation'
been invented by Herr G.A. Neumeyer, of Tau. and presented himself to the church for admis

assenaer susT (Cr gp e t oonf Itoctomdna abHeethboundstatedrtlipa d
out the addition of any other ingredient; and from his memory. It led him to serious reflec-
the principal advantages claimed for it are, that tions, and ultimately, we trust, to the ark of

t r rn lentbitl plno d sinlathuen, f a5 pu 1 u cowlaurin ea rew w
efl se oe nar gunpaowderoaml iss the or N I us carpenters were all drowned,

so a 8 th r ebount el loo i ee a hgreathma not i eesat the p ri a
In consequence of the simplicity of its prepara- good of others and in the rebuilding of the Re-
tion it is cheaper than ordinary gunpowder tdhef catk j fr.p51pwho onally neglect

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John O'Gront, and His House
In the reign of JamesIV., of Scotland, three
brothers, Malcolm, Gavin, and John O'Groat,
natives of Holland, came to the coast of Caith,
ness, with a letter in Latin from that monarch,
recommending them to the protection and coun-
tenance of hissubjectsthereabout. Theygot
possession of a large district of land, and in pro-
cess of time multiplied and prospered until they
numbered eight different proprietors by the
name of Groat. On one of the annual dinners
instituted to commemorate their arrival at Caith.

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and yet he was so small and ill-favored that
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anaddrojrepowns.d IBatdthe minch maner eMh
unfortunate and desponding brethren that he
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deeds, they I drove him
fromthemwith sneersbutlovedhimastheir
truest friend. Yet the only return this good
dwarf sought for his service was, that when they
heard of any one who wanted a helping hand,
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