Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: August 7, 1862
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New Series-V"ol..-No. 30

1911. .Agsa aAgs ,16.

Vol. XXV.-Whole No.

Something, my God, for Theo-
Something for Thee! .
That each day Iset in n may bring
In Th dear name some kindness done--
To Thy dear love some wanderer won-
Some trial meeki borne for Thee,
Dear Lord, for T ice-
Something, my God, for Thee.:.
Something for Thee!
tne so a r *rise
Uplifted eyes, txndimmed b tears-
Uplifted faith, unstained b fears,
Hailing each joy as li t from Thee,
Dear Lord, from Theo.
Something, my God, forThee-
Something for Theo.
For the great love that Thou hast given-
Ff s xe a rf sotql heceeab heaven,
And upward plumes her heavenward wings
Nearer to Theo.

A portion of the Commuttee appointed to at-
tend the annual Examination and Commence-
ment in the Griffin Female College of 1862,
aving had the pleasure of atten ing most of
thosheeexere es8begleave to e r bbath, June
15th, with a Sermon by Rev. Bishop Pierce,
founded on Psalm OXLV., 4th verse: "One gen-
eration shall praise thy works to another and
shall declare thy mighty acts." It is enough to
say of this discourse, that it was preached by .
Bishop Pierce. i
th()nPMmndayDtheaExamitnation f the clause I
creditable to the teachers and pupils. The writer
had not the pleasure of being present during
this portion of the examination, and can speak
only from lips of others.
Tuesday and Wednesday were devoted to the
exammation of the College classes, and these
exercises it was his pleasure to witness, beinE

o a ,ewiT7en ee et .u
Examination embracedclassesin Latin, Analysis
of the English Language, Rhetorie, Algebra, As
tronomy, Chemistry, Intellectual Philosophy, I
Natural Philosophy, and Plane Trigonometry.
The classes pursuing -these subjects had been

r hAPB. NilPresiddn iRev Wm. Rogers*
nation of eache glan bein conducted exa te.
teacher who had instructed it.
The general character of the examinations was
critical, thorough, and, as far as appeared to the
Committee, entirely impartial. The classes ac-
quitted themselves ma handsome style-an easy
and lady-like manner characterizmg their de-
per e mbtTa sm netoanndhonTleeh befromom
rTe and offensive boldness. The easy and
gracefulselEn je ie nh ma dan ed
girls was doribtless due to the consciousness
they felt of their mastery of the subjects upon
which they were exammed and also to the fre-
quent dreeapleti lo ami their pas e e ence a

sitive admirer of fem le modesty would have
sufferednopain in witnessinganyembarrassment
they felt in passing through the parts they so
gracefully reformed on the occasion.
In the departments of Natural Science and
Mathematics, taught by Mr. Rogers, theinstrue-
tion was characterized by clearness and a con-
stant reference to practical application. While
no les o hesle important character stiEsugl h
Literature and tellectual Philos phy as taught
by ProC Niles. Ifit would not extend this report
to an unnecessary length, your Committee could
specify instances in these different departments
to elucidate the correctness of this remark. We
deem it unnecessary'
O d vi h g o e-
and Nightingale. Atanearly hour, aswe thought,
we entered the spacious hall, but even the hall
was filled,.nearly every nook and corner being
occupied, and still the cry was they come."
Such a crowd Many were unable to find room

Polymnian, and the by the Nightingale. The
contributions consisted of original pieces in prose
and poetry-grave and humorous. The pieces
would do credit to any literary magazine in the
county and wy o dmbbple ereffesh put'
acqu D Th
er3 o th com mnm mp eda
by the Rev. Mr. Martin of Hontpelier. Then
followed the reading of the essays by the young
ladies who came forward for Graduation. There
were eight of them. The.appearance of a class
of young ladieson the stage, on Commencement
a se s a thtehemla t bactu dhe rdcoH
sqg scenes anywhere presented in the whole
Soo 6 eiT dee ,e eal toou glad se their

subjected, the recollection of their ash I bors,
the hopes which cluster around theirpfuture, the
.".:ra ad H Oh of nmne
ment pervading the sentiments of their compo-
et ps- c ny sleo m eao ememenljment
beautiful and loveliest spectacles. Such was
emphatically the case with the last Commence.
ment in Grifin Female College. A more inter-
e or 6r ne chao d a8n r m g
with beauty, most of them nevertheless gave
am eesign ofnhavi pd odozeepateehas of
cheek attesting the trimming of the midnight
The Salutatory was read by Miss Melissa E.
McKey. Beautifully and gracefully did sheper-
form her part of giving welcome to the audience
and presentmg salutations and greetings to her
seastes, the Trustees of the College, and the
Valte ictory by Miss Jennie Beck, to the
audience, Board of Visitors, and Class. Miss
Mollie Howe, to the Trustees, Faculty and Presi-

The young ladies will long be remembered by world. As a mantlestation of Godit may possibly in a painting, demanding time for their appreci- business, the trials of the family, the oppression
those who were privileged to be present at their meet the wanteof othef.beings, in other worlds ation and enjoyment, like those great thoughts of the great, the sufferings of the poor, and the
graduation, by the graceful and lady-like man- as well as our own. They may have desired and of God, of heaven, of eternity, which the soul state of the Church, all combining to fill them
ne a leh th operfoTmed then r on this needed, not the sympathising heart and the needs to conceive vividly in order to know the with grief and sorrow. Under these circum-
their demeanor. no less than the eloquence of paternal hand of the omnipresent One merely, blessedness of prayer ? What conceptions can stances, human comforters are feeble and ineffi-
their words and the music of their voices threw but ofonepersonally present. And for them also, art imagine of the "Divine Child" which can clent. God alone can impart the consolation
a kind of charm upon the large and attentive perhaps, did God work with his mighty power, equal in spirituality the thoughts which one needed. In order to meet the case, the Holy
audience, which bound them as by a spell 6f "which he wrought in Christ Jesus when be needs to entertain of Christ in the "prayer of Spirit has condescended to assume the ofice of
enchantment during the whole of those inter- raised him from the dead, and set him at his faith?" We cannot hope, commonly, to spring Comforter. He is entrusted with all the fulness
esting exercises. Parents and teachers have own right hand in the heavenly places, far into possession of such thoughts in a. twinkling of Jesus; he knows all the thoughts of the
ason t be oud of themband we doubbn above all principality, and power, and might, of an eye.-The Still Hour. Father; he has examined all the stores of grace,
more proud of them. Your Committee would and dominion, and every name that is named, and is perfectly acquainted with all the richesof
add the remark that the general style of reading not only in this world, but also in that which is OUR HEAVENLY HOME. glory; and with these he is to comfort the Lord's
of the young ladies was good-by some it was to come." Our Pather's mansions in the skies- people. He knows every saint and every cir.
aptiful. The subject of reading is well worth But as a work ofredemptipp we know not that The glorious realms of Paradise- cumstance. He knows every foe and every
every attention that professors can giveit. The it was wrought for any others. And yet it was Have late received full many a guest; temptation. He can gain access to the heart,
cultivation of the voice in reading is of the high- designed for this from the beqimiing. The plan At their Redeemer's high behest, and he can impart the comfort we require. He
est importance. We cannot close thishfath ofour of redemption was formed when God first began They're taken home, turns the eye to Jesus. He excites in us confi-

de n otTe f der wub han to execute his eternal purpose inthecreation of Both youngdand oldthav rod e path, dence in God. He begets lively hopes of glory.
tainted during the day. We have never witnessed man. It therefore reaches back to whatever was And reaching Z n's gates so fair He applies His promises. He sprinkles the
a more orderly assembly on a Commencement preparatory to that event, and forward to the Have been received with rapture there. atoning blood. He whispers peace. He teach-
occasion. There was no clapping, no stampmg, time wheQevery member of the human family They're safe at home. es our hands to war and our fingers to fight. .
no noise. It was indeed a beautiful exhibition shall have entered upon an eternal state. It At home! the words sound very sweet, Yea, He comforts us in all our tribulations;
of enlightened civilization. A decorum which comprehends all periods and changes of this While yet, with weary pilgrim feet, and so comforts us as to embitter sin, endear
would grace the coronation ofa Queen, prevailed material globe, prior as well as subsequent to We onward press upon the way the Saviour, and produce greater love of holi-
hr le r epC eme a m den the creation of man; from theremoteages when That leads to everO r endeanly home ness. O, Holy Spirit, may we never quench thy
a Female College. Andit is devoutly to be hoped the earth was without form, and void, to the Influences, grieve thy love, or slight thy intimi
that the charm of its beauty will not fail to fas- day when from its elements melting with fer- .tions, out may we be led by thee, be taught by
cinateall future auditories to a like demeanor. vent heat the new earth shallbe moulded into thee, and- possess thee as the eaguest of our
The parts of the young ladies being finished, unfading beauty. It also embraces in its wide GHRIST'S ABSENCE* inheritance.-Exchange.
the President introduced to the audience the circle all other worlds, b relations which we "I was telling a friend," says one of God's
Orator of the occasion, Rev. Arminius Wright, may not yet understand. Even if they are in- children, when recording the feelings of her de- HAVE YOU HEARD THE GOOD NEWS?
Columbus. Mr. Wrights address was one of habited by other ranks and orders of intelligent spondent hours, "that I could not praise Chrish Soldier you are a dying sinner: you cannot
a Com en us n oec ar we hTe per heard on beings, they are but warp and wo f in that eter- for anything." "Praise him," was the reply, live always. Before long you shall be lying in
much, as it has been our fortune to ze nal design which enfolds all wo ds, of which "that you are miserable without him." The answer your grave. These are serious matters. They
many of them, and not a few from the most this earth, as the olanet on which the Messiah_ was pungent, but proper and consoling. The may well make you feel grave. But cheer up.
celebrated orators of the land. His theme was: God manifest in (he flesh-wrought deliverance vacancy in the heart, when Christ has withdrawn Have you heard the good news ? Notof a victory
"The effect of the beautiful on the moral and by his death, must ever be thq glory This himself, is a very sad and fearful one, but it is gained. The good news is this: God has provided
intellectual man. We cainnot attempt even an subordinates all othqr worlds to ours. They well when it is a felt, palpable vacaiicy. a glorious Saviour forus. His dear son, Jesus Christ
anlalysis the ress, but must content our were all created by him. But he; from eternity, For the "ungodly are not so." No sense of died upon the cross for sinners: By his death he
an bettiful.e remark that u bhulo u chose the earth for our dwelling place and his want reminds them constantly of something lost, made atonement for transgression, and purchased
choicest blocks of marble, polished by the facile own. Astronomers conjecture that one of the They do not miss what they never possessed, a full forgiveness for the ungodly. In a word,
chiselof the skilful artist. We hope to see itin Pleiades may be the common centre around 'the soul finds satisfaction, inadequate indeed, Christ has done all, paid all, suffered all that was
print. which all other systems of worlds in their meas- but eagerly sought for, in visible things and needful to reconcile us to God. 11e has provided
After the address followed the "Conferring of surless circles revolve. In an infinitely higher earthly gains. Power, or gold, or voluptuous a garment of righteousness to clothe us. He has
the Degrees," by the Rev. Wm. A. Rogers, who sense, the earth, on whichGodbecameinearnate pleasure, or ambition's dreams, or the nobler opened a fountain of living waters to cleanse us.
addressedkshe class a dler8tinent and heel- in human form, working out the glories of that pursuit of science, fill up the mind and heart, He has removed every barrier between us and
bed b the as words of d ed loer- redemption which will ever be the themeof and there is no consciousness of a mournful va. God the Father, taken every obstacle out of the
Diplomas were then givento heomembers of thee highest songs of saints and angels; and where, cancy, since for Christ there is no room. There way, and made a road by which the vilest may
class, when it shall be made NEw, he will dwell with is a pang of departure, because there has been return. All things are now ready on God's part.
The benediction was then pronounced by Rev. his children forever, will be the centre of all no Joy m posseeston. But to the Christian, the A complete salvatiop has been provided. But what is
Mr. Martin, and the audience dismissed. Thus worlds, the temple towards which all the people want of Christ's sensible presence is the deepest, it that God asks for on the part of man ? How
closed one of the most interesting Commence- of all the universe will worship. "O, the depth most momentous want. No earthly good can are the privileges of this great salvation to be
ment occasions we have ever witnessed* of the riches, both of the wisdom and the know- satisfy the craving which the redeemed heart made the sinner's own ? What is the means by
Youtr Committeetwill add that during the Ex- ledge of God How unsearchable are his judg- has for communion with its Redeemer. To be which you and I areto obtainan interest in Jesus
th na icest In a med e at prope i ments, and his ways past finding out For of with him, and near him, to be attracted by his Christ ?
Schliobter and the young ladies in the music him, and through him, and tobim are all things, loveliness, to gaze wonderingly upon his beauty, The answer to all these questions is short and
elass, andon Thursday night, aConcertwas given to whom be glory forever !" to rest upon his everlasting arm, to be sheltered simple, "Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and
by them, which was attendedby aerowded house. The kingdom of Jesus Christ is from the be- under his mighty wings, to walk by his side, ank thou shalt be saved." There is but one thing
The music department is filled with superior ginning, and will be everlasting. And though be guided by his hand, and filled with his love, needful on our part in order to our justification,
ability Prof. S., and the best of facilities af- not, like earthly kingdotay, subject to decay this is joy and peace and life. Heaven will glve and that one thing is faith. Faith, simple faith
krsh to le the depaO ent of Music to those who and dissolution, like them, it follows the law of us a higher degree of happiness, but it will be is the only thing required, in order that you may

dF tohreijo dPwilhnde It bn h hw ic dn irpis thesamal ski b rss nhess f h sif it b dr in ; toont a imehio, t80
-offering our congratulations to the friends of heights and depths which no -human thought when Christ withdraweth himself, then comet him, lean on him, congde in him, commit our
the institution and thee*mmunity among whom can fathom. And yet at every point of time trouble which no man but he who has felt it, souls to him, and forsaking all other hope, cleave
it is located, for the possession of so great a looking back over the track of history, or for' can appreciate. Yet is it a trouble, which, by only to him. This is all and every thing that God
blessmg, we 2 spectfully, gentlemen, submit to ward in the path of prophecy, the child of God its very existence, proves the existence of a liv- asks for. Let a man do this, and he shall be
you is ourChaiPmano If f CMm ixt e. 'alu eys beenlabledtoqse n ughd e n e 3 ove u e a ue ah ELs in complete par-

after Jesus had come to suffer, but before he was sweet to our sou1s. And though we may And glorious news it is for you, Soldier! you
not cease to struggle upward toward the light, who may at any time be called to render your
THE WORK OF OHRIST. comes toare nd wondd studhe the wonders of or cease to pray for the Saviour's return, we account to the almighty Judge.-Christian Index.
The wants of the human soul in its search is me om ime when he still thank h the dark for th
after God, and its approachesunto him, are two- created man in his own image, to its glorious maat consolation ic remains t deserted DECEITFULNESS OF SIN.
fold. consummation under the new heavens, when, When, unquestioned by others, we pursue a
God is a spirit, invisible, incomprehensible. on the morning of that day which will be fol- saintuatnd "praise hbmP sabt twe are miserable course favorable to self interest, audsee our gains
The soul, now gropingin blindness to the spirit- lowed by no night, the chorus of endless praise wi ."- y erian. quietly multiplying day by day, we can find
ual world by reason ofsin, longs to behold him ghallascend before the throne.-Exchange. many excuses for the wrong in our transactions.
in some personal manifestation, that it may THE EARLY CHRISTIANS. Cupidity and covetousness are very ingenious in
have intercourse with him as with a friend. HURRIED DEVOTIONS The first followersof Christ wereanobleband, devising pleas and apologies, evasions and sub-
Pressed down by its need, it cries out-"Behold, of whom the world was not worthy. They were terfuges. The pleasing agitations of success and
I go forward, but He is not there; and back- Probably many of us would be discomposed prosperity help on amazmgly the work of self-
ward, but I cannot perceive him; on the left by an arithemetical estimate of our communion distinguished by every public andprivatevirtue. deceit and self-delusion. Money in hand proves
hand, where he doth ork, but I ot behold with God. It might reveal to us the secret How unselfish, how self-denying, were they ? to be a solid argument against the more abstract

m p eh in is o eie dee eer o 0 G50 w b a n hh 01 o
might find him, that Imight come even to his, with God. We might leara from duch a com- to the weak, the helpless, the suffering! How of sellishness. Thus, the unrighteous man is
seat in putation that Augustine's idea of prayer, "as karless in circumstances of extremes and most allowed seemingly to proceed in peace, not be-
It does find him in Jesus Christ. Looking the measure of love," za not very flattermg to us. all" l! How th glowed with ure cause his course is right, but because his passions
unto him, no longer distant, inaccessible, but We do not grudge the time given to a privilege app mg p liabl al l hat abl. 9 have muffled and blinded his sense of right.
clothed in a human for ith a heart that has which we love. and unquen ime energy Since he has no compunctious visiting, he con-

Thou, O, Christ I art all I want; poses something of mental leisure. How often blade of celestial te howeVer, was resist his doings are all right and proper, and learns
More than all in thee I find. do we say of a pleasure, "I wanted more time to mper, to defend them, if not with reason, at least with
But God gave man an independent will. This enjoy it tomy heart's content." But of all em- less. It blazed with a strange, unearthly light vehemence, He now dwells in .an atmosphere
was his eternal purpose--tomake the soul capa- ployments none can be more dependent on -a light that irradiated the darkest hovels of of delusion, and calls evil good, and good evil.
ble of choosing for itself between good and .evil. "time for it" than stated prayer. thei or, thath n odhm eb e Nevertheless, his justification of self and all its
And the whole plan of Christ's work, in crea- Fugitive acts of devotion, to be of high value, o quity, involved errors, and specious excuses, and stout
tion and in redemption, involves the fact, must go sustained by other approaches to God, e Caesars, that r sh n Utohne assertions, change not the principle that deter-
known from the beginning, that man, left free deliberate, premeditated, regular, which shall be e pagan pri d fl t mines wrong to be not right, nor alter the nature
to choose, would certainly sm-not from neces- to those sets like the.abutments of.autuspension temple, aledlle t 11 of tings, nor their mutual relations and claims.
sity, but of choice. And the soul having sinned, bridge to the arch that spans the stream. It "F 9 The law of God still remains the same; but to
consciousof guilt, and yet longing after God, will never do to be in a desperate haste in lay- cense forever. Wherever gleamed the Roman that law he makes no reference, and has almost
but desiring not, because daring not, to come ing such foundations. The thoughtful auty, this sword, there gleamed this two-edged sword of forgotten its existence as a guide in conduct, as
into his presence-hiding itself like Adam in spiritual privilege, this foretaste of incorporeallik' gle neve i to & asthuilt t an an illuminator of the conscience, and supreme
the garden-cries out for a Hediator and as this communion with an unseen Frlend,-ean brooded the Boly Dove, there was consecrated rule of life, from which there is no appeal.

hi y, too, is heard, and more than answer- 5ou expect to enjoy it as youwoulda repartee or its holy place. Rome herself, imperial, arro- BrazNNING or SnarrvAL LIFE.-ROw diminu-
ed in Jesus Christ. He knows, what sinful man In the royal gallery at Dresden may be often gant, and unused to'submission, at ength con- tive and unpromising the beginningsof spiritual
so dimly understands, that a Mediator without seen a group of connoisseurs, who sit for hours fessed and yielded to the power of warriors life often are There is a husbandman prepar-
n ata me wouhDM of n on 0 2 dv b fomw 8 o adng. Th y w a eund h86wne no knam snvinch hna heerrown inSe on sh tr fr b du p n He

The Mediator cannot approach the throne et- eloquent with the triumphs of art, and they theon was demolished. The Christian temples Apparently a bit of dead stick, an inch or two
oept by propitiation. Jesus, therefore, gave come back and pause again before thatonemas. wer1de s, tohnecor sm 1 m yn ss I thon on eifabriv eid butse C'an his
himself a ransom for our sins, that he might have ter-piece. They go away, and return again the the badg of honor, worn hear the heart d
something to plead in our behalf. He died that next day, and again the first and last object came e is now so lifeless an unpromising contains the
we might live. He offered up himself as an which charms their eye is that canvass on which of woman, on the breast of the chivalrous knights germ of what will.soon burst forth into leaves

a ns ghtsacrifice for our g Ms has icturoeddmore of heauty thanto an ed0e blazoned on the flaunting banner of the and flooTrs, an bountifulthary sus of lud a
tereessor. The work was finished. Every sin- year in the study of that one work of Raphael. THE HOLY SPIRIT A COKFORTER. trespasses and sms, so worthless, so lifeless, so
burdened soul may find relief at the foot of the Lovers of art cannot enjoy it to the full till they One needs to have intelligent views of the disconnected, and apparently removed from
press. There is seen God in Christ, reconciling have madeittheir own by prolonged communion personality and the offices of the Holy Spirit, to everything that has life. Can these dead ones
the world to himself. Though a disobedient with its matchless forms. Says one of its ad- receive the full benefit of His indwelling in the life ? From this mass of sin and moral corrup-
child, he comes not to an angry Father, but toa miners: "I could spenlan hour every day for soul. The &rong Tower gives a delightful view tion, can aught good, beautiful, or useful ever
compassionate, loving. Saviour. Mourmag be- years upon that assemblage of human and an- of His work as a Comforter, of which all Chris- spring up ? O, if we can but bring such, how-
fore-"O, wretched man that I am; who shall gelic divine ideas, and on the last dayof thalast tians may avail themselves: ever unpromising, mto union with Christ, if we
deliver me from the body of this death ?"-he year discover some new beauty, and a new joy." The Lord's people need a comforter; for, O, can set them m the living vine, if we can send
now exults---"I thank God, through Jesus I have seen men standing in the street before how much have they to render them unhappy! flowing through them the streams of spiritual
Christ, my Lord." sa engraving of that gem of the Dresden gallery What with sin within these, the world without vigor from the living fountain, how soon beauty
This manifestation and work of God in Christ a longer time than a good man will sometimes them, and Satan constantly trying to distress wdl spring out of ashes, life burst forth am
constitutes his kingdom. And this kingdom, in devote to his evening prayer. Yet, what and cast them down, they have enough to dis- corruption, flowers and fruits of heavenly beauty
its mediatorial aspect, chiefly concerns this thoughts, what ideas ofgracecaugenius express hearten them. Then, there are the cares of and richness drop in endless succession I


their address, and when they change their ernmenthas outlined become actual facts, \hey need be expected in these days of War eioite. NORTREEN DEURCHza.-An exchange copies
location, that they inform us of the fact. may expectan indignant and injured people to ment; but why lib, b thren ? TheLord's hand from the Boston Oburier a statement exhibiting
And we ask further contributions for this become their own avengere-that our President 18 not shortened that He cannot save, neither the condition of some of those Northernso called
purpose. We keep a separate nooount of this declare to iltein, that, when the slaves are his ear heavy that He cannot hear, but our sins churches which have aided most in thisunrighk
AUGUSTA, GA., AUGUST 7, 1862. "Soldier's Fund," and wish to use much more armed or negro brigades appear within our have turned His face from us, and ouriniquitles eous crusade against the South. Verily, aboli-
----- money in the same way-indeedallwe can com- borders, every man nud woman, boy and girlwho havedifendedlHim that He will not hear. Let tionism must be at a discount in the sight of
TOO MUCH THOUGHT ABOUT THE WAR. mand for that purpose. can hold a toroh, or fire a gun, shall be summon~ before Go in dust an besomox to r to Ifeaven, or its Temples wotild not be allowedto
The war absorbs too much of the thought of ed even withod enrollment or organization to be careful that anger and wrath and malice be become so desert ted.
Christians. Natural as it may be, itdise not THE DRAMA OF BLOOD. I oPb 8 myw i 3e pu awo smo Ist* cand let u remember that n 3chheson. I r' 3ah e5
right. Wfo me7thde d hom r in both3 The last not of the fearful drama, which two or any of his property is to be found, and en indulge in feelings of bitter personal hate or Po t hu h'Ta e he f sh we no a fo
unti th ks much of this temporal state, that sections of the same Christian people have titled if captured, or hung, or murdered, to the malignity. Let us remember, that unkindly as heb cl tt re esh entof te lm an o he oo

tm7a ritual kingdom may be lost sight of-the been exhibiting to the world for more than a retributivejustice that follows a violation of the they treat us, many of them believe, that their ate a dsm nehoe paigOne an -b th it h
9 year is about to open-and it bide fair to be the codeof war. We would have our enemies cause is just and that they are doing their duty Street Church salsolat itabasement.andtosworthysud
interests of eternity excluded fro God t bloodiest scene the world ever saw. Heaven notified in due season, and before they advance to their country. Let as pray for them that God to aeb e kneersipt e nao ce e es b or

euao a tn .demor a 3y this constant knows that we grieve to pen the words, but the another footrupon our soil, that we expect no may g emhem ab ter hearthandthatchristian neepoindi g th lens nEn rn tou o Sk

a enops y e em tt agrea erests tra mustbe told, for the peopl% must be pre- Itz7o dd a 4 en m e tehr th{>neot g saran ea er I es e
must think less of earth and more of heaven, or The rage of our enemies at the probability of and as death en come but once, it shall find remitted to me moneys contributed from the drum, brandyandgin, in the basementof their chnr h
else the work of heaven will pause, imtil our our eneape from their tolls knows no hounds, our hands wet with the blood of the spoiler. Not Florida Conference for my support; and as it as CANTo Or., GA. Cour.-The Rev. P. K
wandering thoughts can he brought back. The They are preparing for na every conceivableM would we do this merely on the ground, as some rather troublesome to acknowledge eachof these B -"I ed ti at
best of men may command all their energies to torment, by which a people was ever afilicted, propose, that our State laws allix the death sums individually, I have concluded to acknowl- Airewsterhwrites on th dme libanhm n ly
this end, for the task is as difficult as it in essen. Discarding wholly the many reports of robbery penalty to the instigation of msurrection-for ege theni all in the Advocate. I have received which was closed on yesterday, the 4th, result
tial for the progress of the church. An esteemed and arson, of violence and bloodshed, that fill then the slow process of trial becomes a neces- from the bounds of that Conference as follows: ing in the awakening of scores of sinners, the
friend writes us : the minds of our peoplewithunparalleled horror, sity-but upon that broader, that eternal law, from Rev. Jas. O. Branch, Tallahassee, tworagpit- conversion of many mourners, a general revival
"The people crave it, and yet weary of war, we will judge them only by public acts-by out of which this statute grew-that "self-pre. tanced, $28; from Rev. R. 11. Luckey, check on of the Church, and an addition to the Church
battles, marches, etc. You don't give us too oHicial documents. The late Federal Congress servation is thb(irst law of nature." Having nk of vannah, $50;Ffrom .0 d of 44 members. It is due to Bro. Gains, preach-
much and what you do give is well digested and passed a bill that confiscales real and personal I thus given ample warning to our foe of what is the Bank of Columbus, $65; from R II. mear er in charge, and to Bro. Wallace, local preach*
collected; but I see in you a constant effort to property held by rebels-that is, by the entire to be expected, if they carry out their diabolical Gainesville, Fla., $30. This friend says, that er, to say that they rendered valuable service
get offfrom the shsorbing subject whenever you Southern population-and which authorises the purposes, we would.have our Government fulfill though not properly embraced in any circuit, during the latter part of the meeting. But it
can. But the best pen, like a waggon-wheel, Federal President to empl y our servile popula- the solemn resolution to the letter. We would yet he has seen the call for contributions to sup- is God that doeth the work, and to Him be all
will slip into such a worn and deep rut. Yet tion in any way he may see best, to put down meet every invader with death-we would, they port the Bishops, and feels it to be both a duty the glory.
the minds of the people and their hearts need rebellion-which means that he shall arm the persisting after this warning, spareno life, tak4 and a privilege to contribute his portion. This
repose somewhile; and so I mark how relisha- alaves to slay their masters, That functionary no prisoners, show no mercy. eloses the list of what has been contributed so LETTER PROM DR. SUMMERS.
ble and healthful is a good article on some good has himself issued an executive order to his These conclusive seems horrible, and our far for my support as far as I am advised. May 11fr. Editor,-Tuskaloosa has been honored with
subject, away, away from the war. Do warnthe respective commanders in the Southern States heart revolts at them while our judgment ap- God bless the donors. As. O. ANDREW. & Visitation of the Right R6YOF8ild Dr. Wilder,
patriotic Christian people of the damage they to seize at once and use all the property neces- proves them, not for vengeance, but for salva- the newly created diocesan of the Protestant
are in from telegrams and dailies and extras- sary for military purposes, and to employ for tion's sake, a the only meansofbeing preserved THE HONORED DEAD.-We honor the brave Episcopal Church in Alabama. I did not hear
ever gaping for some new thing. The leanness, military and naval purposes as many as they from a desolation, far more dreadful because far dead, who have fallen in defence of their coun- him preach, as the Jews have no dealings with
the leanness that comes of it to the soul! And willof "persons ofAfricandescent," paying them more general-indeed, co-extensive with our try-or died a lingering death in the Hospitals, the Samaritans. ,I should be glad, indeed, to
though stimulating, it is narrowing and enerva. the wages of freemen. Iferek a sweeping, though country. It may mvolve thousands ot hrea, at of disease contracted in its service. Their mem- reciprocate ecclesiastical courtesieswithbrethren
ting in its effect upon the mind. Suggest a vow coveridecreeof emancipation and enrollment may lay waste large tracts of country, but it will o ght to live. W illin ort. of that communion, but I would not seem to
to read a portion of the Bible in the morning ofslavesinthe Federalarmy. One of his friends save entire lates; it may bring the most terri- o'y on lu to leet th gly give ap hton sanction their exclusiveness. Bishop Wilmer
first and fresh, while the dow is on the mind, has publicly declared that the President told ble calamities upon multitudes of helpless and Ch riat*oh mns b died.e But th notar od" comes, Ibelieveof good stock-both with regard

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follow the prescription as the rule of a pious negroes. From every quarter we learn that the city-the limb must be amputated to preserve week. See our obituary columns of let nd and has preached during the week several times.
life. enemy is forcibly tearing them away from their the life-the wai, if waged as our enemies pro- yet there are several now left out of the paper These seasons of confirmation give Bishops a fine
The pulpit too-may it not be made the homes in multitudes. Some have been carried pose, must, for a short season, become the most for want of room. For three weeks past had we opportunity to bring the influence of their po-
theatre more of patriotic .declamation than of to Kayti, others, the Northern papers say, sold fierce, and vindictive and unsparing ever known published all that was written to honor the dead, edition to bear upon a community. As to the
Christian teaching ? We would dictate to none in Cuba, but now they are to be transformed --made so, not by private revenge, but of see the 1 d in th rite itself it has no Scripture warrant. The con-
-but judging by our own experience, we into soldiers to fight the battles of the North. purpose by our Government-made so, to save mns, arger t once usek havee6obituayn .;Frming spoken of Aeta xv. 41, is explained Acts
imagine that the people delight to find one Other facts are not wanting to complete this the fortunes, the lives, the happiness of other up ziv. 22, "confirming the souls of the disolples"
place, where, exe pt perhaps as supplants at dark catalogue of tyranny. In Memphis every millions who may not come in the diredb track two pages of our paper, or in the smaller type -how ? not by laying on of hapds, but by "ex-
the throne of ee, th may forget as far as man of arms-bearing age is stripped of his pro- of its fury, and to preserve the inheritance of now used, fully one page with these notices. To horning them to continue in the-faith,"etc.; the

Very pertinent to this subject are the follow, the seisureof all the means of transportation, everyman nowatonce do his duty sometimes whole sentences, paragraphs, And ders on profanity. These gifts were confmed to
ing remarks from the Religious Herald. required his troops to live upon the people, and even pages. We shall doubtless give offence-but the spostolic age, and were designed to authen-
With thousands among Southern Christians, has sent into exile beyond his lines all male there is no help for it, unless friends will e- ticate th6 new dispensation. But when was the
thought and feeling are concentrated on war, to citizens, without respect to health or age, or con. NEGRO .MINSTRELS. appr Holy Ghost, in any sense, imparted to any one,
the neglect of souls. Zion languishes, and few edition in life, unless.they take the hated oath. An English paper says thata troupe of "Ethio. ciateour difficultiesin preparing these memorials by the laying on of the hands go prelate, Re-
grieve over her waste places as they should" In Tennessee physicians and clergymen are plan delineators" have been driven out of Ger- of affection. We must continue to do this work, man, Greek, or Anglican ? As to "the layingon
c uere ea iec m ths Im onli forbidden to minister to the sick and dying, or many. It appea that the Germans, unaccus- making them even briefer still, or give one half of hands," spoken of Heb. vi. 2, even Church of
tion of our armies. There is greater guilt in it, to bury the dead, except they forewear their tomed to this sort of entertainment, expected of our reduced paper to these neurological de. England divines are not agreed to what it refers
and greater folly. Let us note the evil of it. country and their principlesand, for this reason, to find the troupe composed of real black men, tails* -some referring it to the reconciling of peni-
1. It aggravates the present ?distress. Afuch aged Christian ladies have died for want of medi. and when it was discovered they were only white THE PRESENT Asuct or AFFAIRS.-There $188 tents, Others to ordinations, etc. Bloomfield and
thedexcitement and 1 rmtare p m ou cal attention, and beenburied without the rites men blacked up for the purpose of cariesturing been little stirring news during the past week. others refe to the i ositionbof d whi
serve to allay them-to allay them even when of Christian sepulture. Time and space would the negro, the German Press and people 'I'he telegraphreportsseveralbrilliantskirmishes primitive Oburch. The Fathers accompanied it
timely and necessary, la to a great extent, over- fail to tell all thy barbarous means used to drive denounced them asimpostors The result was in the enemy's rear, whose principal results are with unction, symbolizing the gifts of the spirit.
Tookedu nds"t rhugxht dear on the mmd of our people to despair, and forcethembneemore that the minstrels were obliged to bring their to destroy his supplies and to out off his com- That was the only confirmation they practiced,
2. It serves no good purpose. It does not into the hated union. performances to a very abrupt conclusion, or munications. His possession of the Charleston There can be no objection to the imposition of
diminish danger, or conduce to serenity. There But now the plot thickens.: the curtain is about they might have been 'assisted' out of town. & Memphis Railroad now availe little or nothing. hands on a child, or adult, at his baptism. I
is not even a shadow of military strength in it* to rise on the bloodiest actorthisbloody drama. Wherein the Germans showed good taste- Morgan has made sad havoc with his supplies in always use this ceremony. Though it is not
3. It dishonors the religion of Jesus. Does The threat to instigate a servile insurrection is We had hoped that our separation from the Kentucky, as Forrest has done in Tennessee. A commanded by Scripture, as indeed there is no
I t o t w son 9mo no empty menace, if it he in the power of our North would make an end to this thing of white week ago BuelPs army which insomewhere nest, precept for the laying on of hands for any pur-
the waters-no light when darkness;shrouds enemy to compass that purpose. The New men assuming the negro character, and de Chattanooga beyond the TennesseeRiver-if not pose, (other than miraculous), under the new
the earth-no promise, no power, no peace, York Chamber of Commeree---inen who have bauching the tastmof civilized society with negro moved-was livingit is reported, on half rations* *dispensation, yet it is not unsoriptural. Christ
when war afBicts the land ? Are the labors it fattened and are bloated upon the spoils of the songs and dances. But there are some yet left and it is currently believed that both before and laid hands on little children as well as on the
requiresof us worthy to attract our hearts and low enough to act in negro character and the apostles when he blessed them, and the apostles
occupy our hands, only when the interests of South-loudly call upon the Government to public patronizes them-to our shame be it behind him we have a large army. It is thought laid hands on men when they set them apart to
the present life are prosperous ? enforce the emancipation act, so as to draw our that his game is well nigh played out-as well certain ministerial ofHees, and particular fune-
4. It offends God. If He be angry with us armies home to defend their own firesides from spoken 1 These wandering vaigabonds generally as the Federal General Morgan's, near Oumber- tions of their othe; and no reasonable objection
dt iss r inas I amur ly q we o a domestic foe. Fools that they are to believe po one to gi edpart of tthe proceeds to the land Gap. If so, Tennessee is almost redeemed. can be brought to the laying on of hands inbap-
forgetfulness of His word, by neglectof His ser. that all the mere proelamations that could be s ers, hosp s, e-ye we see one our In Virginia, the next fight promises to be beyond tism, if no sacramental, mystical, or magical
vice, by distrust of His providence and grace ? uttered would have this effeet-demons that exchanges recently has had to deny thata certain Gordonsville, between Richmond and Washing- character be attributed to the not. It belongs,
If what concerns the safety of our persons and they are to propose such a method to arrest the sum, which it was announced the strollers had ton, Jackson on our side and Pope leading the however, to him who performs the .baptism, as
essidnsois offered to IPlthe platehdupd tide that is sweeping them to utter ruin I This turned over to a high offloial to be used in Federals. Whether it yrill come off soon or be in the ancient Church, when the bishop was
unt I it is oe pieces ad 3e sitseagain is howere the spirit otf i t gaNeo z# ed hze are a ever ecei oimio com.ban ch defe red b5both siedes to make it the grand and nmt hp dmedach e

The wedge has been entered by the proclama- all such follies from our country. confirmation is separate from baptism, and is
tions already promulgated, and it will be driven Dura or Ray. J. H. Twox.vwma, D. D.-A considered in the light of our reception into full
READING FOR THE SOLDIERS. to its base. We are to lose all by being crushed KEEP THE CIIURCH MACHINERY telegram from OJzarlotte, N. C., brings the sad mmautn n atnhd ach d stL Th .er,
}Ve find the following in the Southern .Presby- by these demons, or we are to rise in our might MOVING. intelligence that this eminent divine died at that There is an incidental advantage growmg out
serian:- and crush themapeedily. Let the people take As some of our Districts have no Presiding place on Friday, 1st inst. Dr. T. was justly es- of diocesan confirmations in the P. E. Church;

ingLebTumaked 8gig estio n regardmt giv- their choice-if it has not been already made. Elder in consequence of the Elder having gone teemed one of the greatest men whom our coun- they bring the Bishop into direct and immedi-
wrong in my estimate of tracts, but havin been What shall we do now ? Heaven pardon us, to the army, and as some of the preachers have try has produced, and his loss is not one solely ate contact with every congregation in the State,
myself in the army, I am of opinion that the if we speak unchristianly- for we would not written to me inipiiring how they shall manage to his own Church, but must be deplored by the or diocese. Men may smile as much as they
soldiers would rather have sent them one good feel or do wrong : but for one, we say, we must about the quarterly meetings, I would answer entire Christian community. He died of typhoid please at the superstitious reverence paid to the
religious paper like The &uthern Presbyterian, meet fire with fire, slaughter with slaughter this question once for all. Whenever there is pneumonia, aged about 50 years. Bishop by his flook-they may laugh outright at
&uthern Christian Advocate, Christian Inder, than desolation with desolation. We would do no no Elder on the District, let the preacher in .. - the notion that "a saint in erape is twice a saint A,

sePsiam r ma %ein tractsm u dood one Northern man an injury, merely because he charge of the circuit appoint the quarterly meet. Branor Souts.-The Atlanta Intelligencer copies in lawn"-the Bishop proceeds with his visits,
a nice tract which I safely deposited in e is a Northerner and inimical to our institutions ings for his circuit, and take the management of the following from some Northern paper that has tions, he preaches, generally able sermons, fre-
pocket, where it remainedull Ibrought i ome, or to our RepubliC: we would WISH each one the meeting appl coqduct all the business of the fallen into its1xands: Bishop Soule of the M. E.( quently on the points between "the Church"ang
while old copies of your er were read and safel h ho quarterly conference, just as though he were the Church, arrived at Louisville Ky., on the 23d "the seete," he is introduced to the leading men
re-read. There is some fresh and attrac- y away at is own me and swearing by proper Presiding Elder, availing himself of the inst., (July ?). He was semi-paralyzed on his and womep in the community, and sometimes
tive about a newspaper, an in camp it is con- his own flag,-his new God-worshipping, if he godly advice of such aged and discreet preachers one visitation of this sort does more to build up
sidered a prize and is. handed from one to choose, "the best Government" if he so consi- as may be accessible. I hope the preachers will way thither. his Church than all the reading of prayers and
anot r bIt stTs amparbof use t m-; der it, "the world ever saw,"-there following exert themselves to keep the regular machinery THE IMPRISONED PREACHERs.-A correspondent preaching of sermons done by the rector during
uffeting the same waves that best against o the arts of peace and making all the money he of the Churbhin operation, and let no institution of the Oincinnati ZSmes, writing from Nashville, the year. In fact, it outs out work for the rector.
breasts, and we look into it as in a mirror, to see desires at of has neighbors. But if he come of the Church be neglected, because the Pre- July 3d, says It is a kind of point d'apput, and a good strategist
reflected some of our own feelings." among us to pillage, to raven, to slay, to spoil, siding Elder has left his field of labor. This is I have are led myself of the opportunity of turnsit to account: A proselyter makes great
The writer recommends that all who are able to drive us from our homes, to banish women of vast consequepee in these critical times. To. visiting the imprisoned divines. A permly capital out of it,
send in contributions to have the paper for and children- -the aged and the infirm-from the local preachers, exhorters and class leaders, obtained from the provost marshal, a walk It may be asked, cannot our Bishops avail
which he writes sent to the soldiers. Of course, their birth-place, to put arms into the hands of we would drop a word of exhortation. Brethren, through the hot sun, and I ask for admittance themselves sa like manner of their position ? It
his argument is good for other religious papers. the people we have reared and cared for froin these days demand of you the earnest and dili- at the door of the State Penitentiary. Going up is thought they cannot. The community in
gent use of all the gifts and graces, which God a narrow air of stairs, I am shown nto a room, general have, indeed, no respect for the foolish
He says further :- their infancy, and expect to feed and nurse has bestowed upon you. Oh, be busy for God: and find therein the persons whom I seek. Dr. fable of prelatical succession. Our Bishops, like
"I do assure you, as far asmyexperience goes, in their old age, that they may murder us, if he preach, pray, exhort, do all you can for the sal- Sehon and Mr. Baldwin are old acquaintances, those of the primitive Church, are nothizig but

g, 11 last 1 T ino1t tnoo came for all this, and would make aerfs and ration of souls. Visit the homes, which war has denadetheah t 1 In anm T primi inter pares, being constituted, as 'theirs
first, newspapers of religious character next. In men o us, while he holds our possessions. made sad and desolate. It may be the very titise a short conversation. .The apartment is 12 feet were, by their own peers; hence, in point of
this way Christians at home do a great deal and fattens on our spoil, and wrings out of our for leading many smitten hearts to the crose of square, and is ventilated by an iron grated order, our Bishops are more in the succession
towards maintaining their respective organs, bloodandboneathe cost of our subjugation, Christ. window, and small transom window having their the Anglican Bishops, whileneitherthe
which are so necessary both to keep up correct then we say no law of God or man requires us We hope to be able to hold the sessions of communication with the hall I have just left. latter nor ours agree with the patristic Bishops
information of their own denominational opem- to show him mercy. We speak it deliberately most of our arinual conferences,- but should the In these narrow limits the five prisoners are kep in point of jurisdiction. But in this.latter point,
eon d dcombatting rrorsfuan hhtert e and yet we would not inculcate private revenge, state of the couytiry in any case render that im- sleetpi goncote ri edat ohk e d lies thd difficulty in regard to our Bishops: we
absent friends, the very best kind*of pious read. or have each man to slay as his fury may dic practicable, we beg that the Presiding Elders Pornbrea -at the table below, to which they have not enough of them to visit all the prince
ing. What do you think of the matter ?" tate, without authority from a higher power and preachers of the Conference thus circum- are condneted b an armed guard three times pal churches in the connection, and, in point of
We are now sending from six to eight hun- No; we would desire that President D' stanced, will meet at such time and place as may each day. Hal an hour each day they are fact very few of them are visited, and none'of
dre'd of the 8. C. Advocate every week to the should take the rave (Jo avia be designated, and transaos, as far as possible, allowed to remain in private with their families, them regularly, by the Sishops. But may not
old' d g ques na into considera- the regular business of the Conference, so that after which they remain in the quiet seclusion this want be supplied by thezr ase1stants, the
a tera; an are constantly receiving money tion, should weigh well the issues that impend, God's house may continue to be visited even in of their room* Presiding Elders? That is the theory of our
for this purpose. We again ask that Chaplains and should formally notify President Liflooln, troublous times. A recent telegram announces that Andy John- Church; but in practice, it frequently fails.
of Regiments or Hospitals, and other in the and charge him, by all thatis humane, to notify It is to be feared, that too many of ini have son has sent the Ren Messrs. Elliott, Ford and The Presiding Elder has not the prestige, he lacks
army who will see the paper distributed, give us his people, that if the abroolous acts their gov. been ready to think that no revival of religion Baldwin to the ladiaps Penitentiary, the kwn. If, as is sometimes the case, he la 4

man pofuprior tlaents nodenergy, his quarer. hroue born their own families. At LebRano, a under the orders they have issued, on anypretenea, points agreed upon. W~he n opnerty sends of a Mrs 8 Rackson.ChemrawS.C.Anna Member...... .. 5 O
ly visitations tell; but it, as is sometimes the large amourb of provisions andsatpplies were stored, thseoftleers are to be immediately hung, man fo number of prisoners, it may at oblee elaean eG D, BlackshearGe. ~b, ... 10 0
The ei f eice r neirailteRd~ do o't andr manuy other lag buildings were maequal number of itas sodiers from their parole. An ,y9g twat hnnu eAa, nule....50
at~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~ul bh ,rifrir iis9dIamr ',0 Oheoaupoerorp usof mmar cptured oFRt sTax hLPA H NN o xk hEriom the position Ag en i~s be apointedhbay each'rt eo um hd a erh einCucaog .m 20
tion, from a financial stand point, whether or These were < ; committed to the flames, and the trails that active operations cannot be 1png dell articles are found in the 6th, which reads: aa e cuheteie NC
not suchl an ofioer could be disppnenedwith stores danu d. The railroad tack wna torn u or s~everl days past the enemy hoavebann mIn bi e sti lations ndroiosbove mentioned to be of l osiu e IMNea e on
without serious iqjury. In some of the Northern r the bridge . a small stream nearby was burne such disposition of his forces as to induce the matt1 not oh d yua nt s ouf isonr, ,t C~b~WoO;O;Bl~ R~jei~~g 0 1 fM 8 Beat

beneftrenosuit ing fromtel Epmiscol, n rite rof- who hav ]LT~ 1ben rme byth government -wr oc a be dacdinasuhetrl ie..e. htpiae and ofileers and men ofvnc differentp~ld ser.~ar Mrs Robert/;~ambleAnnual Member 6 00a~a"

monhy, so iese the cae in somre, chren s thnae. worn i jail tcec.T then o prrosoceede Atbto i-fmu re fteYneeCmadn ftasl2 the lii es oa uf tilsraauno~upp his~~~jn equivlent~~ s~ .h~,.;~.Y""" acull rnnB iddh ,G, iDi t:,........

plcdupto n rthe n d are i nthen urne iolooe n sroed c andm o enginesm buRJr ned, track toneup for rihtful dioner, and thestock of wheat, corn, an snon, Y, d 8t. iv oo dte t te 7t g
hnefi mosuntin, trom be a preyor owal ing e astn miles han bridge anmd env rts blownt lnes ternmet-ac fre ss en darie d o ife, consutin hwe stenseely : Thee ,,~ t;iefhRnngbefora~,,dme ,, nero ichmond is lt argeyPeviu koledgedh Va, ontue
fNalon:. teyare to er dly catechized inor r thyat. cDetaPchments ereosentor ou rt e their wa, who roe tof the people htan~dve le b n aproriated cuto the se of Canvawd. h odnTmsislatclr
the my e bouhtto heBihopindu tie heYa~ofnke pike tsrm n int Frnkort and Leington te Spinvaders Inp snoeinstace families hav te been betwr :i~andsareastie, ~9~.,h~ and treats te matter as 1, $7,270
for con imtion Now, tldrr is true, thato~ baptisan hed detachmon whichL wenc to Lroxnton ruse etuo h eg fsato.A of the. most decde Confederatenin victory.y Itrug thinks that th~er:d'~u;4.e OLLrRo~INSWORTHIS T FL
have~~~~~~~~ Inod fcun f te Te r o o p w th corporo. 1A tion -theddoug garrisned wihif mous hRlnat RdenacthRded upons henrowommiten arogodevidenes~ in th orththat thme b~tegin
ply heand eternly cognsidere, constinatute but a : sand cptredsevens, wh t re brought in saet o ade, n in some Instance deed ofitou allene have it enoun8~ci~~es theins~oleceo Btlek~r in hi inta~er-~ July31-3.t JONT cGLN

not weR Talearn says le r or G mnts' ?ee W ntroyn. fewna Yankeeoficer aond olers, and to vn, there tao: be ncarcrtd. Aong others, the and tf~~r~hatR nentrls cannot emuhlog~er r semre Oain mt pass aouher Colege of odfc standing andhhn
not~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~gl reitrtemwt u fraiy? h rsneso and. all their armsdn to ths ix- fmom hs pulpit oforh Prainge for the Ctonfederacy says tat ifro th orth~t wouldB taet iiitve ~a prdto truct ~ronin ulcuse. ofE ls Ltrue
whye soul whe yono disciples tehe p yong d eispls eYrate fom the Lola~ll. The comaindtl then mve te o nfdeat rmteyeghngoe urtneutral Staes migh esvdth iarebl u77-5.Qic,
catechize ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Deatmn them atch over them, withic pastoraln onq tom Cynthzana, o theid linorfrue ofth Lexingto and hQs houseul~eme and.... al th u-uligcrido hsncsiyodsbriga ot1..,-.11 ]
Cnov rInrgt n rail oad. He tre s another r m battl oc red stock, and vethings elseo auan e ae Lor a lmr stn in a OP.peh :Y -1g $T.-RO C Aul... Cia. 1... OFF RDC L E bEr, SOT .... TH GA
fiadeiy using l them man s hre ohnurne p ower to n ge t w hr aed, fur iosyfra i e r 100. Yan-ne butd rc o~ o his u enti e frm, one th e finesto in hea county. teerson spok imrsiey n d so es say t signifial... n
the m uto rede tdheirn ptisma fob lingbastios. ? es, wedre iled, and abouvets 500tan prsoindera. Richmornd.Dasicsp of lfa cnsiurda. Jly, f h iimpotiance ofe manaiig enicin.. PrloUl acoaegd *~
Will they bre lo es likly crto haqied the power ofa Hee aanlmo~ untold qnt o~ ities awh rv of qurerpase an Fople W ae TeRN apIRGIIAprackburgh oa., of theirP~n movements. u riF ispriua
rheliio beus we bringh t lhem uihp in iuets om? commissarye sorete ,t armandror ammum~ntion. wre July 30.-The follwng ins dca pecialdiesphatc daallbted LAT TELEGRAPHIC a tes h NEW S.
ought ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ h tocm oteLr' abea ona hyatileyand aend wid wotea of Leighto hruses- 29.t Maor Bail ves commsand~iong ou Acomae fadlioeS of ahms late donfde ate vcoy thikhave beren :. LLNWOT r : -- -- --
f can dusisorn. th orowly but istutas no one, bnlelon tof the osip cinati Fire Dep artmoent which cnavalsry, m alaoutc 150ta men, snt thango theo rear civd Bsd.~in Stuton V nnouno the~ res oigntion 8/ln :lPn:iR
yn~ouing, oroldis authoried t come unlensseis- had stogrech fYne odir-n red there onyaTe or peiuly 1 e~.r~o an re ed n ah ichsela orf w It Oh Ih CoT es vene oa SPATANUR FEAL
reslvea d eto redeem hins b pi smal vowsiue u ho ver take. Thsevn whore were boga ti caparis ton Frida onnglsat yih, and knaleisacsneso illec hand moe mt en inc the field.-The Na B tl ion all ntellg COMMENCEMENT TH TMLuGI L
mearnesl sould welaorteprls withte; yonbn-vrhes mhdsy gThey wttreni~arld bauans of sx canpturped thed entire Y ecanke garriesonldn themevs ceur ases Sward th of haing bn engags"'ed for h voeadIsttm o dt hpdIm
structhion, aounitieonl ad LencouragemeCnt t mentted wisleorrton mountin and oteflsy xutCl. comma~ding, setar an to ahree[ oth r last 60 s dasspst through Enland, r treing pabou Agdb VI r..p E L*P Commenemet Exercse
secure thisn aendn frmornihos9 Itrapng. Th brwidge~o oernichis ng rlivers was commissie onbed oflicersand. 62nn-omione ohrtead armistee.-r.alladga sstmigOi tmay v 0 .1. Co mme:lfB~~~ncement::~ Seron hSun-
Enoughe ofhide s for 5 they prsnt he trains in burnted, alrnd te rac th ornup Hr, agan, teSouta h- frh wand privates, bese killn ay larg u raant h a and thenIg~d i eonin Amnstrasfl ppstion, addressing ay gn FALL 8s ES 8 IO N.
Southrelabamahave been vuer paral.ty The nlrenwere forces inton thhteincl ankrJma ei pulmpbinguoynabl fopr io ners terlarge unm a st ud eneswithmol etfavoreadplue ThA18ieu lhheioh jo initaie e ,so'~l;s,,~abe
chourche he betaen paran ofour fru~itul seasons, lre n.? of Southern men h eemnone were libe- untites o stol res found ion th lace, cnommitted Fno EUds on -Byh t crt hec Autrcalin. Advies toe ded to theFaclyadwilete pn hi dte i
bRyhut the Lord hsciln otseenitougrantthpem. a'ted enoug thejis ple cmand Georetownrto themtothefamerse Maj.Bail sbroughttngothsplc hnthIeotl 8th~uly: impohe rtatdiscusiotookpble fal~jxt.oosl TepresentSlen. nddressfLgh~o 100uIs.
PemmP~~~~mweo asedami perhaps~ the sinsin of the may tl oman h i mM n ad har einumbe arr a e otb ardimongs tartd nWfi ne atv rm dirhtrin o meoopsrthI~i ndsay's m d.inSpraug,. ,J

prove a stne and sepent, hene he did otAfwYnke avalrd came nl~lt~lrao Paris as our me and te Feeralin oernmen op aler aor coaptred. the Houmesetoni eav thecc matte in the hand ofte 1 e l rn u
of cornt, and ine, and oie mashiould poerhapsb hih ae d enneiossee, a ,ic~ fu xc one ha pr the wildest constheronation iees, about to fr thieg edatind soe Fanc to Ameicai Natural sciee Bharts, Professo of odRn L-
indoen to ad cnent thusr gniving h ebi~inemy ad- s nzon lld,ea Orcha nomt 60 ninpones an ismoay throughout thea~cdnr Yakeam nti nisys tha the drpift o ulcoiio hr si a ni; uu rr inru
to et inthe outh ou leaers ill ee he n- alng tis ouse ove 100wagons nd tamsEno usea .-ouisilldate to uly 5th
cesilthy ofeakg Tennesseeyt Missouri and Koen- 01eO' aain unol entie fo houmherlan st 8rer say othnisodmb WRTh neer 11 ed-y nbsC~ elutnntsTwr Dosfllov~mns ett htcp eaigFI nWsig
tuckyo where thy aebrn bread eugh nd tt orm bew elegrap fite wars deolihd andteoer ym ane xeito a sn odf% fsbcrpin o h doct ilenil h pr w. .-,-c -Frfr
spae-ys, o par, fr e ae cedblyinfrm d tror pued. BThven Y nkee sn followed nd t edm at som the uerla s, who folwere threaening Paispac couty, son sedn iT t oyo h ae formoneBI year. Au o .ere f
tnhat the parots of the~dse Statle are rservng dste ristay~nceal th~e wadYteptngu to cu hm f nsdof Burblon coumndnty.-uR ebel gerils Her i and opplt ort unit ofo acltie dand hludustnriou gu -s r ty. I
provisions~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~~~o forh Wealy must therefore go upn sevra times thug no aigayatc.Afe eeognzn n l h etcybrer conreachrs c l nGass-leader, ynnoungbre th resinatindte AIO E LEOLEET
can d pssess the land-an that; wihut dsnooelay crossing Cumberland iverthi side of Somerseta o ties-t Loui, date Cof. JI~usly 2th, sa htoe pfGretacr's Swieand -thoe mostscessful of agent, FL EMo hi nttto il i nM
.::s~~~t.:1-is~~~eethhnse thrn A e aca 0c ena du ro
Colonel is a Bapis nthiniter, not cmuc acuaint- temiae d theh rllan w eetonOurs lrvoussy inanees mobbed themut eto icosac. nslaiOi, and the Provost Guard themselves wih a fimd of useful information
rsled o suppoe, with tactics-but Mor urh, ~Ftkiled. wouned andcptued we ~asl cabou 9ian l.wsled upda ornng lto suresth rayiot.-Co kil.d lark- REENBOR FEMAL COLLEGE. heNtin~nslie- `)
of th Stat Uniersit, isan acomplshed nd Mogan rough bac safey wih himthe to flld so and70 prvate, Conederae prsoner, wee RE IEW F THEAUGUSA MAKET. REENBORO'N. C
ean itl ed ud we 18 g wit ihi ngtth ryi--~i~fn ht 11.en late hresof ee ca 5d in r P r a grieniels n h cracue ,ear fhaig enenaedfrth ,iau ,1862.Adlq Btidi orig
ofur b ttl se. d T o sO.S MES reree wt1huclpigohad ndhe ry sof t e A m of thers adet has tkn n cm isorlned, aemis-Avac ap Uro pace. Charges permjn Sessio of Plusin Months
stuskaloos, Jmoidyo 2td, 1862. warmest welmee.-tlnt Conedeacy la. Three dng Feealatains and fiveieothenats lar-stocet sb tobiaon boarzdbi' $82!io;A~C,,,,"-bt",:~;~,
ENGAGEMENT ON ntng aAME RIE.$ortifer catrda Cutaa arvdt-ngt eerl c n Mabys -hog Tulad tiordae inReglar Core............ 20
12 'clck ngs Thubrsday nightthe Lckitgizenso Rich Arsrng, oficially, repors thligat on the 25the agishe Con- ack inclded$ toe amnSt.60 on bushel. in Lair............................6
CONFE ENCE ofanon proeein fro the direction ohit ings eigh commission oflers The noncom-: PesScsnldd gbse.Daig....................... 0
DethAarbretre,- have joine her parmya. I am Point Teefredithe picl rt wreve id and o thos misned oker andw f h privateswere paroled. Th ene a siek ea wihRen sh bnahel. U si esrGitr,............20
:::= .:i..: the ou am ol egIn. i e fgt lre t ubrNj Batl aen uabl t brin ,a he eag --.l Firm n $EE at o1" o't~f'~~,,:" eT~~~he~~~,""; B~
shrense of v duty. prefraynnhlaton futfusao subjuga" there e, h were nolesthnpflve nded, dichrges campr 'u"iea soe nd gario eq ent o four compaites, :R Bal OP Live 1 h kAutrlsn. ANTED-B Ao Yed:h:~~ ~een~~ OUNGl k LAD OP-
tin.I at the wo ar nto clseand fI believe them Fro informatinog reevdysedymri th ad ah quantity ofppIs, Binlizdi fiveh t thundrsed 15e tot J ~See- emotn nonceio aoo situtio asl Tecero te
wa~obigi ls sf8 vrmnwoaer dat thileryla cl nd sioeeol intj 8i clrid ,ubro nil ries 1hawwer otdmuel, tne rts calaen o. ELr bids' cheio sinarsa, Pinozl s y sm Sho
Perhps e ased miss pehapshe ine f telo Cogin' P uloipnt, wonhrdy opened 1r an firce Ghen Armstongl dfatred thes emonemyst Tow C Wieko Buiess eonzete6utenCn
earnestly tov G tod for the lose Oh 1haoucan ase;non ad"reo during the ihuon thme Feealk t ee theis samef dy, tings 14e porisones .ngd n _p f.~o~S~ s~eds~~~b-~oat AV~ESPNP T FEMALE: COLLEGE.
penemes would lret usaone Iha ll endouh wsbeaornd Mclla' ap n the oppgonadCoigosit saiode of thles LdasnAAAA-ueo isAgs AREDa, Thi Intttini udrte arnaeo teot
to eta oo eamletomy elowsodirs ad ivr.m Teaito enemy wEas eietly taen byl ws rsed 1.-Gen. A~c~rm stronofnal rheprionrts another~l me- In;OS coltn nTesa vn uyUnoiaCofrne, and is eiuatthe Ianiunl vrilla e
and fihaveu ane opprtunait Wiull, som of yetnuihd u ti i o preentou nes commgand, uner Liet-ol Sumerlla ats ektoed fou emr pl"eeson t Mis .Mar Ann t csiom, of te formero terms, nd weu will bomees budo ?rnoav previouvr~ti~sement
fred n rtrnsn eafwcpe fthe fro pres r i tng h ir ranabhi t Wnhea taen. cmanj6 1h ,Fdera Qoenn onesbtom 'puedl.T GheHy .o Wlev sJl1th Mae 6n tE bndh county, i~e the d relp o h flovn gh'~nt
dvoca toe for istribu tio among the sodiers. th annel opportunity.ent Areson was. ma. e bytelf edo h il n one.Orfre neepceiavne ete mop n. uly17. For'~
Brnthe you can help mIf e tod dotu a goo d wr nc gunbots; but firin mate ra om, and comartiel also too 16 pri~soner s. Orloss wallsntxli ai wounded.dn DIED ah ensr f racllaris; address th Poresient A. N. PRI~CE
thisway Pry dn'tforet he pirtua wel r i o rantoourn ostio Tnns, te Wintie ed ltler damag-o -The enem on thi eo nor th ie of thedo Tennesse Jgiass BxAxDra deoferoup ihnt Alugusta Gapoo JulyPofso

fare f thesolder. Bethre areyou payin The leeton te conrarys suposedto hve su- rivr ar repoted t be etreaing oward Nash 27t,1862 agedsmonhand9days
thens feredads heavily. Aie greats cralun was heard in te vll
em r ume o 1 on u no a k rver, nd itis clnjec dhsat c l ns ocur &AaT~vaOrzlAIOps v Nons ALAAMA.-RECEITS toAugus 2. NORMATON WATED CNOWIN

Fla, Yurs ina s p to onour wemo us he naboult60n~atisanp~tat ~e thp C e n 5h JIr 6 d q N roor 1142 .42 8 Co. n tnno rnn to i ii ,n
Ie sionw e o d tirkeh e aanb fe m endorp teensonmEights nd t 26 J he h En Juy 31 .Rowe aPump, o. Ca
WOFFOD COLEGE SO.CA. lsoboum o~s s batery oggin n esb n beeeca uredb rss uns 2 rsof d r 3,r nt fto GEMTHE 0UTH
Kr. ditr : Theexerise inthi Insituion a mde han id in e & b~t aysCap. Huy'scom andhaskilld ad wund cr 572 C no 5 G ham21,599TB nrbe rnrT n o t s edon is t $
t"A'""I t"'"""".'"o 2:p od la H6 ie a n s opo k n n f Omanfa oun e sen a r d n othe E0 so t e
and athouh th patrnagehas een dminihed hem sme vry fne lieames. O tphesamed tees ofartilery.irin fro the osi esideof K2575 TK go 2

by th war yetthe Clleg wil be pen t fou lare trnspors, cowde wit troos, cme u le iver.Theycroseda art o the fore. Ater 232 R Lucey Tand 3to o, 255 W ane 2 257 8 A t RAS I RG8 !FIVECENT
da ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ J f. tees .aul26,AM.Sr. r nh na noUBnulPER HI B CAN

tr ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~U~~ a bLdit1a e rus tNt B I25OEen255Oiip3 o aedl s can sc
go ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ c tonJ~llV sm ofg a 2 *? u E"ebnet d2 e n-MEbnu W S To
he rvr nddestoyeda tt crot~n i th w outof te inlux f conrabads, nd teir pply / a o a r $ 5 sh U o p the dres o war it o an par
Mon~w' LAE xPEIT~w.Mo n'scom prtycapura sxtywagnsfiled ikGovrn-ingfo wok hndhsoeties orthe s o 8 K Bjrer t dr 251EF Twin 1.5.Pub rs JOBN8 Ie rs
mand eft Koxvile onthe th da 7ul. Thementatore, thir ow doctrine anddo alge (hthe ose. r Jxc v sS R eaver555 C Waren Jne 26 145Main tree, Ricmond
mhorn odfuthathirddiayut, dst rte dyligt, d~la vole oAT e nboT e~ed e gr v~e oebru1 xtTinaton o the2 OLGR Wiglhe to r, 25e W eWhie l,25B8 USTPUBLSHEDAND OR SLE L
60 mles ort-eas. oNashille whre aYaK Ogecheeive to bateryat eness Pontand ANKE RA0ALIY -he YnkeB hae AKNOWEDGMNTS: CAg itURifE I I te ons, ith hor
men~hYe~n ep eelt ws adcomp3te~sS o~nd r tt cf ete cam neAtourg brougt ino secionswh e hoen havefootold B GEO MqTHW, TEASURR BIBE SOIETY F TH ansne es-kC I erSR PTUE QUSTIONBOOK
direction. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ The command was. captured,, wihadmg xcp otefrtadqatr.No a y h hdE oe .

6 em no e e rio IPudnanb
nP esla rel on and jobsed the 13aptistchurch
some timedr ous to is death.
$2d Junez ,h n of the same, died in Richmond,
a letter to his fath23d yea .he occasion of his death,
y a g a < ha )au I a on

f e r a h aE Ch ir3 ea 1 f

De 1 is no it ame, died at warrentonVa,
His Capt. J. W. Hoo er, writes: He was highly respected
teh o m noth arre 19gi r tiann td oth envi an .paHe
but on the contrary his piety seedmedd3 riew purer an
of dr itton ae po nend the II. E. ChurchH o
qor e[ii enatn theirs Id arted, three adi n
to mourn their loss, M IGod mn ema re-union where
the wicked cease to tro eas the weary are at est

ID e j R tenth vCasV lu t ows. ire, h
for the war As a Christian soldier, he be all the hardshi s

his leisure hours / the acquirement of knowle go from the

14af Tir h roe t a adk li e
0 10 ot as1ta e ei el toemouhrnphis early I ssGhu t ey

G ,Ti dTrn.m a unadmo e Fa ,eEbs .t fli g me
near Richmond Va, on %h inst, in the 22do]ear of a ,
ch e taM leem il I at I gCaThus rdy en22
e career ofithils you sol ie .nl avinm a if aretnts nd
1880, re joine pthe Methodist Church in Milledg3ille, but
dne @ dann i IMan edion b m e dm
whilstin the armhewere serionsand even religious in senti-
h h suda ig mtheithmittdn arts an eednd +
ve td he. Th tp\9 el h layhbesanott rae in tehne
army near Richmond, is the prayer of A Falso.
Ananw Mosses Planxs, son of Robt. and Nane Pickens,
of Anderson Dist., 8. C., died in one of the h spitals in
Rsachamonedmbet f h,18 dhee23ddearpodhiLeag He
Ca. Vola.
of rab thsoe yCeha c b db ax ppa ce lb
indl leHoe ho hiasnPda e se le k otfusebear whic Go
him ithe should get into another battle,-telling t mthat
st\ sn jt H 1 oda e si rbethPrae e a
ware. He endured much of the hardsh a of war from June
j11 ase pml ha ,na n impick d.Rs He t
calm and patie V. A. Sain
Mar R. Pman (whose maiden name was Lawrence)
a ino JPotT 4, di as rn Noc ,a ton a ,

icfued, she gave e stro sPassuempowe of sa e
tsadd she astyp*w c er are j eld esGod
to be imitated by her posterity and all who knew her.
Tuexas J. Grasex. son of Silvanus Gibson, was born in
t e 1 a li da eno a 9 n Cd t
life, securing the confidence of all that knew him.
9thW n neo m e an ,the 17 5 Guardas,
I I wounded inbot chandst d was a terweds in the

e e
ed. He Capt. s of him: He as ahyerfect model as a

of a jdest so of C odwi a Elbzab th a
in tatil near Richmoudr
M11 ast a dudhul Annaand c3sistentnmemb oof the
a n r tomgive o emi d er 5oloove.

8 ana ag thelfr o e ga if t rehen e a
so emndio fe or y omn\r
le a eagoohh edo e uin Av ae on no more
F. B.Dreauxas.

land, adu t et on the p mi tm
sdeso p at usta. fe eerre e tk os

an a
ha e p eas I elig le b t. e a

ehe e h I e

rn e o u
fnbg du o uCs@i ursatils 1 Hde as e
e ee h innf so e hi si meese w ee
n wr rh reave a eps in dnow od out
e is lus Churel has that m e pending e Hon-

a ve

A rnabl9and inteH en e shi rD, e w dnabled
d wr witnessed his une rapled pat ence, has
be ob li e orclentto who 2 o thde a
at a good pleasure to give the Kingdom.
JA W G no of 8. and R. Garrison died.22nd

n $Epnoned d tood. IntMtay I t eer
mease a nTdi e oi codkt eo . uc nal h
eo n. o e nd jeog eo

to ting of F GR gt., the foHowing

dee h eHisen of a n e

a ed

E ITC't. ~~have sueenmbed to her apparent fate. Isolated inquire what it was, for he wished Alrthur to b Seno te I
7 Mrs aASKLL. Fom al preIOUB ODRO~ions hearng noworddecide for himself. He told him to lend it, butmakhieoduehbthed nesean
CHAP VI-Wur "HE 090" SAD. romEngand liing n te havy mootoousbe careth~l not to lose it.
routne o a fmil wit onemanfor eadand FIl1 be sure about that," said Arthur. Lw N .R sasno .w n aenihr f

hi he r~ad rd id rIdmoc Y 1sim bee s hewashe lhmn inmh ri cow hand gare it to her before she y ae h r olw

wholteoay bu, meet~the dp m n~soh em to B e eot night his father asked him if he had put r eas he n-
tha an onecox e re ti etmsire pining ths, her wa muh t tel pontheidlgin. Ys, ir, sad Athu. i ean serol araat e f un
pmg I at byat he tionin thse dys, i thatplaceand tme. I was Whom did you lend it to ? iigwsoi t romnc.I h nrhfo ok

throgl~te o n dor, H wastoo esered t. tins f spritul inluene-ofthe irec iniu. M. Haveys hoses. I wssife r -hi at athe Capalt

asek leree nze geatloft aleadypile tobe prceved n te corseof men's lives. Ibrow as he said, "D~o you call that lending ? Pia c iie&
wintd snt hr tereto eamie te aplesBibe wa opned andthelea es loed; toe fall Have laon tatk il deerive men annit aen ii t atwe fewrs t
apar, an thefirs tet th eyefelluponwas No, sir," said Arthur; "LI did lend it." He saithesiuaeo hrkoforowshadal

thejrhad so ong hel possesion. Sihts, inz secu ity shall, bea no more waray joine th M hre

thatIs oe whle e ye mounedover And t te beinnig o thelong terseasn, m agin* nd bnevlenthear ar at e t vidncesfihrs a
father I hik tha I amca~edto mariage su wsp ard suc m usand Lrtho thd wal ndtmat wisense," isaigodohste 3Ri raC6 edad

snowd up andleftto rey pon tsel. T e th ineuty t he cad lled it, of the boy. H
L inde treddoa idsan e bu s lon dark eveingsthe imlylightd roms, dd no wish scouage hat, o hetook ut Bsa a n sun, brtohe ab wa2

thecrakig assge, wer heergenou ari-hisppurse and b dArthur another half-orown. arhlswsttkewihnuoaa Cttoo
andP asehdo nt sy tis o ces wre ile awy ot ofthereah o th "Hee !theL wll -eve pa yo; Imust ne 1n8h l r te weksdie at

"Thatis wll spken, repled h, fr thing appeared to be in its rightplace--so accus- sooner than expected, too. I hardly expectedhindsheeerberetpadth hssnmht

wifean verforardmaidn, ead tojum atwith themselves, and not with the absolute still- men are in His hand, and the gold and silver oahr w eticuh ms e
wedlok.Besdes th conregtio miht alknessof he ighseaon-tewhte ist coingare His; He has disposed my father to pay it to bfr edehsi,
if e wre o b mrrid to sonaftr m fa nare an nere tothewinow evry venngme. 'll lend again to the Lord. ne rrods mo,

evennow ButI wshe the tohavethymi)many other circumstances, such as the distant He always thought about what he was going to Adwl oeihet atoaaa"
set t ese s t th futre elldoi houfall of mighty trees in the mysterious forests do, and prayed the Lord to direct him. WnhenHedewhsrnghepas .H.Issu.
wilthav lesureto hin of t, nd o ri th gidlin thm rundthefait whop nd ryofhisfater sw tat e di no pat wih hS .J H
mindmor fuly rundto i." gainhe eldsome Indian seeking his camp, and unwittingly money in buying things that were of little or no r c oa qsmoera n'
out is hnd. his ime he tok hld o itnearer to thle white men'ssettlement than either use, or lend it to a spendthrift boy, but used itbuMi.,o dJne182ae27es. ison
with a free, rank gesture.he or they would have liked could they have either in buying good books for himself, or in Prpedaoenoeurshih wshpy
"I oe yu soewht fr yor kndnes t mechosen, the hungry yells of the wild beasts ap- relieving those that were in real distress, hessid r' ml2wchdae tdd nrtea e
eversine Icame CosinMansseh an J aveproaching the cattle-pens--these were the things no more to him, but began to think that Arthur elythdtohecueiwhhheh lstd
no ay f pyin yo bu bytelingyoutruy Iwhich made that winter life in Salem, in the would grow up to be a wiser and a better manahchle n ersucotreitp -

but n ver a a wie~n h unted and terriic t many pecularly weirdrus g esd in & is ,uty, is ug alcuating or b

muchadot kep frm oying sh wasnotwithut ourae ad spritto rsis Butyetas n th pasingwin graeaadthetea of ym r 1 te aw r hi

any ow-e sid hat e wnte tomary me tre, ut hen emebertha sh hadbee al 80oftn wil asinle ord, nana sia r Ig w caodos en
butI ws porandhi faherwoud hvenonday an fo may ays sht u wihi dorti in An naoi dhn e an frit hkadlyan bee o deho lmadesfblst
of i, an I d no wan to arr anyone;buta dul liht, hatat mddaywasalmot dak wth O actonsgoodor il th eseemuand on enoeof al wo knw hi, t
if I id, t wold b-" Hr voce doppe, an a lng-cntined sow sorm.Evenng'ws @ea he hoctd driage tys blsudeetwo

he buhe tl te et.Maase sod oo.coig nad hewodfiewa mr ceefl nfn, o yunalalt rmebfte obl case,

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