Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Publication Date: October 30, 1862
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Vol. XXV.-Whole No 1923. Augusta, Ga., October 30, 1862. New Series-Vol. 1.-No. 42

For the southern christian Advocate. .the Bible, yet "the Spirithelpeth our infirmities: dewey eyes, for the past with its tender memo' WHAT THINK YE OF CHRIST? patriotism-to say nothing of religion-will
SAND-HILL HOME, ALIAS "QUIETUDE." for we know not what we should pray for as we ries comes stirring the inmost recesses of my It is painful to think that there are men, and prompt every good man tI do without the
A Letter in Rhyme from the Cunitry. ought." lonely heart, even untutored youth, who hold Christ in con- intervention of any of the demoralizing tricks
INSCRIBED TO MY rtai' ns DR. AND MRs. MYERS. "The natural man receiveth not the things of Our homes never echo to the musical footfalls tempt. To my mind there is something terrific and belittling clap-trap which a spurious charity
Do you like thesand hills? Come andseo! the Spirit of, God, for they are foolishness unto of meiry childhood, and only in the shadowy in this contempt of the Saviour. Sooner would has invented to wrest money from a pleasure
And drink our coesnothus tea, him: neither can he know them, because they aisles of memory float the glad tones of that I bare my head to the lightning's stroke than seeking and avaricious world. Alas! for the
For here, 'tis growing wiand ee. are spiritually discerned." Gospel truth is not childish voice, but its soft cadence lingers in thus provoke the wrath" f Him who commands Church, until its members learn to live with'an, /
Comp, drink our nice persimmon beer, to hbe comprehended as matheieatical or literary my ear like far off music, wooing me to that that we honor his Son, even as we honor himself. eye single to the glory of God. 'Whatsoever ye
Come, eat our poesum-beef is dear- truth-it is spiritually discerned. better land, and to my smitten heart it tells of And is there not often something of this feeling do in word or deed, do all in the name of the
Come, and partakeoourrustic cheer. "I,"St. Paul, "cease not to give thanks foryou, angel bands, of golden harps, and songs before lingering in'themindsof thosewho hivebecome Lord Jesus.' Then you shall be heard in prayer
We're happy in this quietude; making mention of you in my prayers, that the the Throne. A MlOruta. the professed, and, perhaps, the real followers of for yourself and for your country.
Come, try it, it will do you good, God of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of Christ? Do not you, who arenowreading th6se
Bat suit you best in pensive mood. glory, may give unto you the Spirit of wisdom remarks, sometimes shrink from confessing him
Or, when with reverent heart, you'd muse and revelation in the knowledge of Him the FAMILY RELIGION. when subh a confession is required? or if you TRUTH AND ERROR-How KNowN -They are
On higher things than city news, eyes of your understanding being enlightened, The Lord had a delight in Abraham, to love confess him, doittremblinglyandwithconscious known by their fruits. Evangelical truth, re-
Our solitude you needs must choose. that ye may know what is the hope of His call- him, and to choose his seed after him abve shame ? This should not be. What! ceived in the hearts of men, ever makesthem
-T hm, and to choose h9is seed after him above all
Nature is.sanative-come try ing, and what the riches of the glory of His people upon the faceofthe earth. Forhissake, "Ashamed of Him, whm angels praise, angry and uncharitable, never inspires them
Her medicine; why other buy inheritance in the saints." The eyes of yourwhosegloris shi through, endless days with vanity, pride and worldly ambition ; never
e her m evdicine; why otheadynighr bu inhertance ing elightentsed. How emphatic!s of r his posterity were privileged to say, "What Ashamed of Jesus thatder Friend makes them fanatical, intolerant, orexcites
When here is ever reedy, nigh ? sdcrastirfsg Iieig cnfiv e n/iswd. Hosv emphatic! nation is there so great, wino have God so nigh On wh m your hopes of heaven depend Imaksthem fanatianto lerantore xcites
Calm, quiet and serenity, God not only gives us His word, but He says; unto them, as the Lord our God is in all things Noi when we blush be this our shame, anything like hatred towards those who differ
These are her recipes, come see, will put my laws into their mind, and write that we call upon him for ?' That we no more vere his name." from them in opinion on any matter. On the
If they'll be good forou as me; them in their hearts." r Let Christ be exalted, and let us glory in this, contrary, it makes men humble, and fills their
Sfe"We," says S. Paul, "do not cease to pray for Now, the ground of this special regard to that he permits us to be called by his nime and hearts with "love, joy, peace, long--suffering,
As me-for I confess their alm, I Abraham is worthy of anxus inquiry. It was
And, for the blconfessd re of cal, you, and to desire that ye might be filled with asa.m is worthy of us inquiry. It was to share his reproach. gentleness, goodness, faith, meekness and
AnMy heart seds up its grateful ps calm, the knowledge of His will in all wisdom nd not simply on account of the faith that dweltIt a ,
My heart ends up its grateful psalm. te knowledge of His will all wisdom ndin his own bosom, r the righteousness that It has been said, and perhaps with truth, that temperance." One man only since the all, has
-*, . spiritual understanding." the greater the good perverted thereafter the been living rep
I needed it-God knows I did, We shall see, further, that the resistance of reigned over Is whole life. True, this faith the gresulting. The gaffections wrong, all inverted wrong; embodied in its perfecttion-and that man never
ndthenmyheart to praisepurbiged the Holy Spirit, and continuance in sin, ensure te in but if the affections are right, the whole soul is spake an angry word ; but the religious men
And m t thgnorance of spiritual tcoinuancgs. The light havingensure ad unbelief; this ighteousness shines in the in harmony with what is pure and good. It is of his day could not endure him. I you see a
As now I do-for this c immune been obscured or extinguished; shadows and firmament redemption as a sun almost ascending upward; it is seeking its native skies. man positive, dictatorial, vain, intolerant, and
With nature eight and morn and noon, darkness ensue. When the Spirit has been ithou a spot. But there was a further reason And what is it to love Christ? Itis to love what hostile in spirit and words towards those who
Hasputmy heartintoneandtune.grieved or quenched, thewordails tobeunder for the lifting up of the countenance of Godisjust, and pure, and beautiful, and true, and differ from him, you may be sure there is an
in the midst of the noon Whday splendor of the blind hidren and his household" toarighteous- good. Go through the universe, and you will element of error in his religion. It is the want
Sun ofth e midst ofn Do the n oon-day splendora of the s anchd faith like his own. In other rdsnot find another object so worthy the supreme of faith in the truth, or some lurking error in
For the Southern ChristianAdvocte. Sun of Righteousness Do they complain o because e s diligent and scrupulous in the place in your affections. I pity him who loves sentiment, that makes very imperfect or bad
QUESTIONS FOR THE TItES.-No. IV. their want of knowledge in Divine things? The because e was diligent and scrupulous in then t the Lord Jesus Christ. He is a stranger to Christians, if we may use such terms. "Who
sthe sinad csnverted sy itie ward without th Spirit- or, is anoever is: "Ye'do always resist the Holy Ghost, matter of family religion,
Is the mind converted by the word without the Spirit; or, i answer is: "Yedo always resist the Holy Ghost, TheScriptural proof is express. The Lord the purest joy the human soul can know-to the can understand his errors ?" What age or
the nd ellas the heart, converted both y the word as your fathers did, so do you." "Abrahamshall surely great d noblest impulses it can feel-to the deepest, church, during eighteen centuries, ever appear-
the Spirit, "Even unto thisday when Moses is read, the mighty nation, andall surthe nations of the a grearth and richest, sweetest experiences it can enjoy. Not ed tobe conscious of its errors, which impartial
By the mind, we understand the intellectual yail is upon their heart. Nevertheless, whenit," mighty nation, and- all the nations of the earth
nature of man, and by the heart, his emotional Israel, "shall tur to the Lord, the vail shall be blessed in him." Why ? "For I know love Chrise ondiion of a heart that withholds ory ha recorded o i dishonor O
nature. By the head we think; in the heart we sall to Lord, the vail shall be him that he will command his children and his its love thfr condition of a heart that withleds -
feel. Conversion implies a change from ignor- "Wa ot s oth er Gentiles walk, inthe household after him, and shall keep the way of l ef manlove not the Lord Jesus W ATCAN I DO"
ance to knowledge, and from carnality of feeling vanity o their mind, having the understanding tthe Lord, to dojustice and judgment." Christ, let him bey man love not the Lord Jesusma: aranath" for WHAOD TO CTAN SODIERSD.
tospirituality.Thattheheartmustberegenerated darkened, being alienated 'from the life of God So pointedly does God bear witness that He his heart must be averse to all that is good, or "What can Ido? I wish to beuseful in camp,
by the Holy Spirit, if changed at all, is generally through the ignorance that is in them." Walk- sets his love, in a pre-eminent degree, on those else he must be wickedly ignorant of the claims but what can I do ?" We were thus interroga-
admitted. But some who make this admission, ing in the vanity of the mind darkens the who honor him by making the family a theatre of Christ to his affections. Through the infirm- ted by a youthful volunteer, who called on us a
and ever contend earnestly for tis. view, tell understanding of pious usefulness He causes one of the most ties of our nature our love to Christ may be short time since. He had been an active Chris-
us that the mind is to be converted by the word "The God of this world hath blinded the striking events in the whole course of Provi- weak, but if we can in sincerity say, tian at home, and evidently desired to be so in
alone. When the uninformed mind is. brought minds of them which believe not." deuce, to stand forth as a demonstration that "Lord, Iove thee and adore!" his new vocation, but seemed perplexed, almost
into contact with the written word, that is Wicked men are "ever learning and never these persons find greater favor in His sight
sufficient so far as the intellect is concerned- able to come to the knowledge of the truth." than allothers. Oh, how many saints now gone and find in our hearts the prayer, discouraged by the almost universal prevalence
proper conceptions of the plan of salvation in The light of the Holy Spirit is shut out. Ceas up on high, have, by the force of this example, "0, for grseeto love thee more of profani vugrity, intemperance and ab-
all its essential particulars may be obtained ing to commit sin, and yielding to the Spirit, we been animated to fidelity in family religion I the spark withinus shall bekindledintoaflame, bath-breaking around him. As he told usnof
without the Holy Spirit. are enlightened and saved. Shallit be found true of us, brethren, that we and we may yet know what it is to be borne aloft these things, and asked, while his voice and
We shall proceed to give our reasons for senting from thi: view, persuaded as we are that foregoing, and kindred passages of Scripture, it be, that, shaking ourselves loose from the something of the beatitude of the throne. rectness of the question, "What can I do?" we
the operations of the Holy Ghost are indispen and then let him ask if their design is to teach shackles of former slothfulness, we will even TVhat think you of Christ ? In what esteem could but rejoice to find one spirit retaining its
sable to the conversion of the mind as well as that the mind, unaided by the Spirit, maybe now bestir ourselves to walk in the steps ofthat do you hold him ? Let me ask the reader to allegiance and asenseofitsobligationstoGod
the heart. converted or properly informed in the things faith (and.faithfulness) of our father Abraham? pause a little, and settle the question before under circumstances so trying. This case is pe-
Wedonot altogether approve of the use of whcleh pertain to salvation. Let us ask what The foot-prints of the best of the earth are on dismissing the subject from the mind. It is a cuiarlygratifying, whencontrasted withothers,
the phrase "conversion of the mind," as we the Psalmist means when he prays. "Open thou that path. matter of no trifling mom 4s. 0 .grdAa -we fear a vast multitude'of professtig Chris-
conceive that the term conversion is more mine eyes that I may behold wondrous things A word then, as to the two great elements or our highest interests are bound up in it. Nor can they put on their uniforms,, and with their uni-
properly applied to the heart alone; but we out of thy law." Let us ponder the question- departments, of family religion. It embraces we change the facts which placed them there. form to put on the habits, and with their ngs
will accept it as conveying the idea which we, if the believer continually needs the illumina- the instruction, which imparts a knowledge of the They are found in the nature God has given us, of those who have never claimed to be the feelings
following others, have attributed to it. tions of God's Spirit, how much more do they way of the Lord; which avails itself of every as well as in the plan he has instituted for lower of Christ; and as there may be others of
The mistake which, as we believe has been need it whose minds and hearts are unconvert- practicable agency to convey and impress the saving us. Wemust honor Christ or perish. lo r of Christ ad asrm there may be others o fung
made by those who contend that the mind is ed truth that saves the soul. It embraces also the There is no alternative, our readers in the army, who, ike the young
converted by the word alone, lies in the fact The error which we are humbly striving to exercise of the authority which "commands;" In the next place, let me ask, What you think man mentioned above, are asking "What can I
that they consider the human intellect capable correct islike all error, dangerous in its tenden- ,the firm and judicious discipline, which not only of Christ as a Saviour All have sinned. Who do we will make a few brief suggestions,
of comprehending gospel truth just as itcom-cy. Its direct effect is to discourage the offering "rules, but rules well." Family religion is woe- shall stand between manandoffended justice hoping that they may not e altogether
pretends truth in profane history, law, medicine up of prayer for Divine guidance. Those who fully defective, where either the instruction or You, my reader, need some one,.and some one unprofitable.
or literature. It is plain that all truths cannot are thus influenced to restrain prayer may make the discipline is wanting. Both are indispensa- mighty to save. You can makeano atonement; What an you do?
be comprehended by all minds. Thechildof injurious or even fatal mistakes in reard to he to its completeness and efficiency. In the you can presentnoavailing plea. Some one 1. You may accomplish muchbythe silentin-
five years of age cannot understand a difficult truth and duty. The appalling and eternal language which we have quoted with regard to must meet the claims ofthe law for you, oryou uene ofacosistet Christianlife. Example
problem in mathematics. The question is as ,, ,;uenes, upon the misguided and their Abraham, the chief stress is laid on his 'corn- must suffer its penalty. Youneed an Advocate is always and everywhere potent, forgood. The
plainly laid down as words and signs can make followers, who catb calculate ? mends;' not that these great commands were in the court of heaven to plead in your behalf. earnest, humble Christian, may be surrounded
it, but for want of ability in the infantile mind, How much better to inculcate with all the dissevered from instruction, but that they fol- Christ offers his blood as an atonement, and his by vice in its darkest forms, and at fist be able
it cannot be solved. So the Bible is a plain force of argument and illustration possible the lowed it up with such supervision and control as intercessions at the throne. What think you of to put forth ut little active effort to restrain
book, but its truths are of such .a nature that geat, onsolingtruth : might make it effectual. And perhaps this part him? Will he answer? Do you accept him the evil influences at work, but if hepursues the
n great,consoling-mi m e d p even ennor of his way, unmoved by the entice-
the intellect, unaidedby the Spirit, cannot grasp "If any of you lack wisdom, let him ask of of family religion was singled out for special en- "But," says one, "I do not see how the death ments of sin and the taunts and sneers of sin-
them. Such is human inability, that no man God that giveth to all men liberally, and up- comium, because of the two, it is the more dif- of Christ is to avail in my .behalf. I cannot hers, he will not live in vain. Confidence in
by the reading of the word, without the Holy braideth not, and it shall be given him." ficult to be discharged, and the more apt to be understand how his sufferings are to atone for hi sincerity and integrity, refused at first, will
Spirit's assistance, could ever acquire a correct May the Spirit of truth guide us into alltruth. neglected--needing, therefore, the enforcement my sins. Nor can I understand how I am to come slowly; respect for his feelings and char-
knowledge of the way of life. INquien. of distinct and sole mention, as if the whole become a new creature in him." Be it so, We actei follows; those who desire to shun evil and
Let us see if t. Scriptures do not establish matter were hanging on it!, Let us give dili- are not required to understand how these things those who have been drawn into the current
this it not the office of the Holy --Ih -es --- gence to prove ourselves faithful in that-not are. It is enough for us to know that. the against the convictions of their reason and con-
Ghost to enlighten as wells to purify ? It is For the Southern Christian Advocate. guilty of unfaithfulness, meanwhile, in the other. arrangement is acceptable to God, and that.he science, will seek his companionship and be en-
compared to fire which affords .light as well as "I WANT TO BE AN ANGEL." Eapecially should we be diligent in respect of is able to accomplish what he has undertaken. courage by his example; and theboldestsinner
heat. Itnot only convinces us of sin, and re We sigh to think, that the trusting faith both now, when war'threatens to break up our The plan ofhumanredemption isofhisdevising, will often stand abashed in his presence. As
generates the believing penitent, but it bears and simplicity of childhood, should be corroded families, and interrupts the customary forms of and I submit if it be not the height of imperti- time passes and becomes to be known, he will
witness with our Spirit that we are the.children by contact with earthly doubt and unbelief; instruction, and relaxes the bands of discipline, nence for the beneficiaries of it to question its be able to reprove sin without giving offence.
of God. It gives to us knowledge, the knowledge and yet, when the good Shepherd, "comes and If we could offer but one prayer for our people, wisdom, and of impiety to doubt its efficiency. He forms the nucleus around which gather all
that our sins are forgiven, which we could not asks for one of our little lambs to hold," ws fold it should be, Ohfor fidelity in family religion now! Christis offered to you as a Saviour. You must his companions who are virtuously disposed, and
obtain independently of its operations. It them closer to our yearning hearts, and bid him -Beligious Ierald. accept or reject him. Which will you do ? in the end, he will be prepared to act on the
changes the heart and forms the mind., The go. Which are 'you doing? Your difficulties are no aggressive against vice. This is true everywhere.
third Person in the adorable Trinity is not only My little boy of scarce two years and a half valid reason for rejecting him.But, let meadd, is essentially true in the camp.
the Holy Spirit and the Spirit of Power ; but was seated bedside me, engaged in some child- THE BIBLE SWEET. if you are willing to' be saved by him, your Then, if you can do nothing else you can, by
also the "Spirit of Truth," "the Spirit of Wis- ish pastime, while with maternal pride, I watched More to be desired are they (the Scriptures) difficulties will speedily, vanish. You will soon the sheer force of example, -accomplish much.
dom," the Spirit of Understanding," or, n his sunny face and busy hands, calling him "my than gold, yea, than much fine. gold ; sweeter find Christ just the Saviour you need, meeting This you, will be able to do, by a faithful, con-
other words, the Spirit of Illumination. We boy," '"my man." "0 no, Mamma," he answered, also than honey, and the. honey-comb. Ps. your every and utmost want.--Exchange. scientious discharge of your duties, by refraining
need this DivineSpirit to enable us to understand "What then will my darling be?" I asked. xix: . ftm the very appearane of evil, and by re-t
the word, just as much as 'we need tee word Turning his dark, earnest eyes to mine evs re- y was once asked, in a tone of WE GROWING BETTER? fo theyvery appearance. of evil,and by re-
elf- tsmuh s eet ooTLady Jane Grey was once asked,in atone of sing to connive at sin in ny form But this
itself--just as much as we need the floly Gost plied, "I want to be an angel ," and for a mo- surprise, how she would consent to forego the AREsnoeytask. It requires much vigilance,
to covis true that "the aw of the Lord is perf mental shadow rested on my heart. Was the pleasures of the chase, which her parents The question is still an open one, if we are prayer and study of. th Word of od. If it is
converting true soul." But conversion can only have my t, wishprophetic ? and if so, why did Ishrink toever enjoyed, and prefer sitting athome, read- growing better while we pray. There has been difficult to maintain the consistency of a Chris-
ake placrting then that law is properly under can stood, nl y have my darling boy attain to the companion th in-, her Bible. She smilingly replied, "All reformation in public morals, as for instance, tian life, when surrounded by the restraints of
and is implicitly when submitted to. Can we under- ht of sinangels, younglife had known the amusements of that description p are but a there is less drunkenness than there was, and home ad enjoying ll the means of grae, it is
stand the "law ot d it hout suprnat gbhight of sin and sorrow? shadow of the pleasure which I enjoy in reading consequently less of the folly and crime growing much more difficult when these things are with-
stand the "law o the Lord," without supernat I gazed into that upturned face, and the this book." out of that vice, but how far-is this voluntary drawn and temptationsareincreased a thousand
ralaid? The entrance of thyword giveth light; beaming eye, and rosy hue, on cheeknd brow, John ewonsad, "I have many reformation; and ow far is it due to the inter- fold in number and strength. It is not sur-

and illuminate it without being interpreted and Unseen however, a mysterious disease .had books that I cannot sit down to read ; they are poesitio of the strong arm of the government ? prisig that many, who, at home ore fair char-em. Bt
enforced by the Holy Spirit? already fastenedon that little form, and months indeed good and sound, but, like half-pence, Are the people really growing more moral? Is asters as Christians have yielded to them. But
enforced by the Holy Spirit? already fastened on that little form, and months ideed goodadu ti ke halfpne the Church making progress in holiness? Do they may be overcome through abounding grace.
David says: "Show me thy ways, 0 Lord; of weary suffering werealloted to him.With fond, there goes a great quantity to a small amount: the Church makig progress inrve Him more 2. Y may e overcome through ab wounding grace.
teach me thy paths. Lead me in thy truth, and almost wild tenacity, we clung to that frail there are silver books, and avery few golden Christians love od more and serve Him more 2. Yu may like-o much by seeindedking ut hose
Steach me: for thou are the Godofmy salvation; thread of life ; whilethe despairing cryof our books: but I have one book worth them al faithfully? What is the reason theyhouses of whoeare like-minded with y ourself.
on thee do I wait all the day." The Psalmist earth-bound spirits was "not yt." called the Bible." wo better attenilled, the prayer meetings There reperhalisothering for Gcompany whoe
had the truth; he does not pray for anew Rave- Go I cried- I love the sacred book of God ; better fulttended, the labors of the ofminisryofit like youd be perplexd to do something for God, but they,
lati n of God's will; but he desired to be led and For once again, that Shepherd laidhis hand o other can its place supply: successful? Why do e hear of so few profits- like you, areperplexedanddisco who havebeen entangled in the nare
taught the import and the proper application of Upon the noblest of our household band; It points me to the saint saboded; ble religious meetings-so few converts ? There are others who have'been entangled in the snares
thetruth which he had already in happication. LofU s.e npLcie, toara he t okhis stand It gives me wings, and bids me fly. is no lack of people, for they come together in of Satan and who would gladly escape. Seek
the truth which he had already hispossession* Closeto his ide." crowds, whenever any- thing that interests them them-out. In union there is strength, and in a
The Psalms abound with such prayers: Hw insignificant did earthly hopes become The image oft book, intheemy absent Lrd; rn is afoot; no lack of workers, for every call con- multitude of counsellors there is safety. By
"Teach me, 0 Lord, the way of thy statutes: beside that couch of pain, and what -eloquent Fromthine instructive ;.n. T Is nected with the war can command its hosts of consulting and sympathizing with each other
make me to understand the wayof thy precepts, teachings fell from that lisping tongue, as the The joys his presence '...1' . 5 laborers and helpers. You look in vain often- you will not only be encouraged, but be enabled
so shall I talk of thy wondrous works." prisoned spirit.gavo vent to its heavenly breath- times for the majority of the Church members to act with.greater prudence.
Again and acain, this prayer to be.taught the isgs, in the sweet songs of Zion. at the social meetings of the Church; but if you 3. There are many active efforts which you
Divine statutes is offered up. And this teaching ie is as angel now. "No sickness there, nor C(naIST' s YOKE.m "My yoke is easy," said the will turn into the nearest concert or fair, or can make.
was to be done by the Holy Spirit, hence it is drooping head, nor fading eye, nor Weary feet." Saviour. Easy when grace makes it so; a light other assembly where'the people are purchasing There are friends to whom you can often speak
said: "Teach me to d thy will, for thou artmy In all the hereafter no agonizing fears shall fill burden indeed which carries him who bears it. their pleasures, all labelled however, 'serving a word against sin, and in favor of religion.
God; thy Spirit is good, lead. me in the land of my heart with forebodings, that those little feet "I have looked through all nature," says old the country,' you will find many of those you There are fitting times and ways of doing this,
uprightness." shall tread in forbidden paths, for they linger Bernard, "for a resemblance of this, and Iseem expected to see just now on their knees. They and those little words may be nails driven in a
Ignrance is one of our infirmities, and this beside the still waters'of life. to find it in the wings ofa bird, whiohare indeed are helping the ungodly to bribe unwilling sire place--seeds dropped in good soil.
weakness is to ie overcome not only by the Little garments are folded sacredly away, and borne by the creature, yet support het flight patriots-such is the name all affect-to do that A wide field of usefulness is opened in the
word, but also by the Spirit. Although we have treasured memorials are often gazed at through towards heaven." for the country and its soldiers, which true distribution of tracts. These silent yet'efficient

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preachers may be procured gratuitously, on the word; and the study of that evidence soldiers have professed to be converted. Daily No man has been more unfortunateinhisunder- correspondent, M. P., mentions in his third
application, and sown broadcast, and with good should incite him to zealous labor in behalf of meetings are being held and numbers are mani. takings. An old and wiseman said to me once, letter. We should remember that the black
effect. Many souls redeemed from the guilt end others. The Sp irit' of God that found him out frsting a deep interest in reference to spiritual "'Never form a business alliance with a man who man's mental power is inferior to that of the
condemnation of sin, and made fit to stand in in his sins, and made him to differ from others things. A revival isalsoinprogress at Chimboiazo is generally attended With misfortune. There white man. If the black cannot reach the
the presence of God. will be seen in the last great in his principle and feelings and faith made and frequently from 30 to 40 present thcmeolves is something wrong in his composition.' Santa standard of the white man in other respects,
day, to have been fist awakened by the simple him to pier nd quirere." eling and faith-mae as i Many have professed to experi Anna was called upon to lead the army of why should he be expected to do it in religion?
agency of a tract. Here then is a field in which hm to differ, indeed, from hi former self to ence the saving change. One ha dred have pro- Mexico against the American.forces in the hour If the refined and educated master fails to im-
the pious soldier may operate "without let or that degree of which his consciousness gives egsed conversion within a comparatively brief of peril, but Heaven's "right arm" was agaiiist prove hisfie pounds, why does he look con-
hindrance." Then thefe are often sick comrades proof, that same Spirit can work a like wonderful period in the hospital in Petersburg For more the ambitious aspirant, and his usual bad luck temptuously on his servant's piety because he
within reach. In visiting them for religious con change in the hearts and lives of others. It is than a moth protracted meeting has been in and misfortune attended him.Tus the Heaven- badly manages his wo pounds?
versation much good may be done. hy the influence and power of that Spirit, that progress in Lynchburg, at which some twenty rejected and unfortunate Garibaldi comes to Negroes in this country are fond of immersion.
These are a few of the means of doing good, all our work is to be rendered efficacious-by soldiers havemadothe good profession. We learn America, if whatwe reads true. Another ingre- A few Sundays ago, I was receiving a squad of
which are within the reach of every soldier. Let that Spirit that the Church, the teacher and from the post chaplain in armvie that there is diantpregnantwith balefulconsequences is added them into full connection. Before baptizing
none despise or undervalue them because they exponent of the Divine truths of Christianity, considerable religious interest among the hospitals to the fllcup of fanatical adness, now pressed them, pake of the nature and design.of the
seem to be small. He who faithfully uses them, is to triumph. Thehistory of her past triumphs there, andthat eight haveprofessedconversion. At to Northern lips. This act would demonstrate ordinance. At the end of my talk ont e o t he
even if he does nothing else, will have no case -of tier repeated resurrectionsfrom the venr tothe p s avepiav bne i. bt to the world the deep hypocricy of the man number arose and said: "I don't want to be
even if he does nothing else, will have no cause -of her repeated resurrection from the very other points the divine Ilehsping is being richly be- who has been pretending to fight for political baptize' by versionn, sah; I want to be bptize'
or himgret. Bually into a wider sphere of use grave's mouth is a pledge or her future triumph. stow'od upon the pious efforts of chaplains and col- freedom. J. W. M. i decreek" I told tier thatitwasnot myintenlion
fslneis. What man on do for her destruction, he has porters. There can be no morse inviting field for Headquarters5th Fla. egt., Oct. 15, 1862. to immerse her, and that she misunderstood
done, but she still survives-and will yet live, Christian enterprise than that presented by the the meaning of the word, for baptism in the
Sheen all other dominion has passed away.. A hospitals. In this city alone over 99,000 sick and creek would be immersion. Immediately the
living eloquent Divine beautifully says of the wounded soldiers have been in the hospitals At FROM BEYOND THE MISSISSIPPI. question came into my mind, are not some
3tlLi!,!l ll i .at, tIt Church: no time do men teel more grateful to the Giver of 0ir. Editor,-Mfany long years have passed and persons less ignorant than this woman, governed
"She is the body of Christ, the i-ridt, the l Qood, and more like becoming pious, than whn many sad ages taken place since we parted. by their peculiar astes in choosing the mode of
Lamb's 'wife, whose 'beauty,' the .'Ko.g hath recovering from long spells of sickness.--Richmond We have seen "our fondest hopes decay" and baptism, rather than by a knowledge of God's
AUGUSTA, GA.. OCTOBER s 1862. greatly desired.' She is glorious in her 'aicimer t Dispatch f our rer then and friends lie will concerning the matter?
Sofneedle work, her clotain of wroue, t gowll.' t- sa-tteered o'er the fields: of battle-the sad me This is the season when planters and farmers
---- :- 'the fine linen clean and white, which is thi- commence gathering corn.On every road yo
TIMAT TR O TH righteousness of saint.' The Curch of the FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. morals of war-martyrs to freedom. But our commence gathering corn. On every road you
THE ULTIMAE TRIUPI OF TH living 0 d and, therefore, lierself living by a Mr. Editor,-The condition of our army on cause is just; God and angels approve it, and ca meet wagons laden with the treasure of the
CHURCHl secret life flowing from Him who is life, and the Potomac is rapidly and daily improving, though we suffer much and long, yet we shall fields Creek and prairie lands yield wet hiut
To anticipate the ultimate triumph of the bestowed by the indwelling Spirit who is the The number on the sick list is gradually dimin- ultimately succeed, and doubtless be a better and uplands turn out badly, the crop on them hvcng
Church in the present condition of the world, quickener. The immortal churchh of Christ, fishing, while there are very few bad cases, and happier people when fully divorced from the been.injured by the drought. As lite cotton
the visionarythan which survives all change ard never knows
seems more the dream of the viionry, ecay I the aths of ert re strewn fw deaths occurring. Those who have been left infidelity and fanaticism of the North. There was grown, and mot of the lands planted with
the sober belief of a rational man. We must the wrecks of broken empires, constructed by behind or sent to the various hospitals sick, are is but one sentiment, one determination, West con peas, potatoes, ec., there Willbe af ample
confess that but fir God's word of promise, we human wisdom and shsttro rd through human coming in daily and reporting for duty. Col. of the Mississippi River, and that is to press the supply of food for man and beast. Wild fruit i
could not, with the world's history before us, folly and sin. But this Church of the Redeemer Haelyof ur (5th Fla.) Regt., will star home war to thelat, and to sacrifice every thing save plentiful. Thereare thousands of corns, hicory
anticipatethat the time can ever come when this i "'es through them ll upon the grand highway I i a few days, his wound having so far healed as the hope of heaven, rather than give up the ot chetrnuts and chinquepins. Boypigand
earth now so completely under the dominion of She rode upon the billows ors universal deluge. i Lat summer the dry weather wasso distressing
satan shalt be filled with righteousness, or bpnesih whose gloomysleptiss lay a doomedand Lamar has nearly, or quite, recovered from his to the call and demandsmade for men and means. summer the dry weather was so distressing
satan shall be filled with righteousness, or bneOi h whose gloomv lnTsonstoodmn the firsto lto aPin doaeant iC r Bth
that here mrcy and truth can ever meet buried world. Pati i theed at he wo reported or duty He i now in Her gallant on stood among the first to drive ithe neighborhood o Pine Flat Church, But
together, and righteousnes and peace kiss Ieaci shade in the aged and hoary past. Ioses Pitch- command of the Regiment. Mfjor Davishas backtheinvading enemy. They have gonewith- do., taet proposition was made for the
together d d ea ed her tabernacle upon the snd of te der- been in command since the battle of Sharps- out murmuring or stopping to ask whether the people to meet and ray for rain. The day as
other. Yet God hath promised that it shall be ness, and beneath the frowning brows of Sinai. burg, but is now off duty on account of ill health, conscript law is constitutional or not-leaving set, and by had a geod congregation of meeitins
so, that the lion shall lie down with the lamb, Prophets pointed out her pathsnway through the From. all the indications, the army is on the theState almostin widowhood. And the mothers ws declared in.a few ordsb and the earnest
the sword shall be beaten into a ploughshare, uprolling mists of the distant future. Through eve of moving. The knowing ones say we will and maidens, not less heroic, are engaged in as declared fw words, and th eear nest,
and the spear into a pruning hook, under the the unfolding ages she has moved securely on, move shortly, but te great question among the manufacturing, from the raw material, clothing faithful prayers of God's c children, one after
benign reign of the Lrd, our Righteousness. s ttered to the wnds throud t d na soldiers is where ? which way ? Will we move for those for whom theyhaveto labor. The war anthe ean t astera oa a
Omitting all mention of those passages of ties of earth. Kings have bound er with fetters towards Richmond and go into camp, and await has served to developed a thousand resources lf spent in this way, a short intermed sion was
Scripture, which apply primarily to Israel, and of brass; but the fair captive has taken again the movements of the enemy ? or, will we again before unknown, and every day we are becoming by and prayed in secret. Returning to the
only in a secondary sense to the Church, we her harp from the willows, and God has made cross the Potomac and give the enemy battle ? more and more independent. Church, sermon was preached and the meeting
may quote in proof orf he final triumph of the her walls salvation and her gates praise. Amidst here can be no doubt of our being much better The crops in all the western country are turn- with another praer Before the
may quote in proof of the final triumph of the the fires of martyrdom, she has rise younger qualified for a movement of that sort now than ing out much better than was anticipated,.and cludedf th ane there rer Beore th
K ongdom or Church of Christ, those passages in from the ashes of her own funeral pile Woong we were when wedid cross a few weeks ago. Our there are thousands of corn and bacon subject close of the meeting othe weos er of
Daniel's prophecy, which foretell that the final the nations ith her accents o love, she legth- was then weakened to the order of our army, incolns starving thunder was heard, and in two hours afterwards
dominion,takiog theplaceof tieempiresofoarthb ens her cords to gather these into her broad Army was then waeakened to an astonishing to the order of our army, Lincoln'a starving t ea ss we ceredw oud s end the
Pavilion. And when thewholeframeofriture degree. Thousands had broken down. Thou- policy has proved a blessing to the Confederacy. the heavers were covered with clouds and the
phavilbo At td wfeChnw tiewe OfraofeHe h ofn ture degree.
shllbethat of Christ: The God of shall be dissolved, she will stand serene above hands were straggling, and those who were In addition to all these blessings, the God ofearly drs descended. Good showers fell that
shall be dissolvedevening and several days afterward. A few in-
(shall) set up a kingdom, which shall never be the burning earth, to welcome her descending present were worn out and broken in spirits from nature has supplied us abundantly with salt. dividuals thought it would have rained any how -
destroyed; and the kingdom shall not b left Lrd. Caught up by Him into the Heavens, heavy forced marching. Now we are strong If you will look on your mapof Louisianayou majority regarded it as answer to
to other people, but it shall break in pieces all she will gather into her communion there all numerically, well rested and in fine sp rits will see a lake making out of Red River, andit n ne to
these kingdoCns, and it shall stand forever." ine eldersonsofiod; still the immortal Church e prayer. One brother's confidence in the efficacy
these kingdoms, and it shll stand forever" te eldersoof sll ti immortal ur It is hinted, that a battle is expected soon. supplied by the water from the Dorcheat Bayou, prayer rose to such height tht e declare
of the Redeemer, out living all time and hence-
Dan. ii. 44. With a Reference Biole many other forth counting her years upon the dial of eter- Litter bearers have been detailed for removing known as Lake Bisteneau. This lake together everece, I neve ros e to such a expect that he dclre
similar passages may be found, quite s explicit, nity i the killed and wounded-cartridges have been with the Bayou, are navigable for our largest
of which we only refer here to thatother in Dan. diLtributed-armsn carefully examined and all steamers up to Minden. The lake isabout sixty rain more than three weeks." A few days after
vii. 1 2, where the S lan is set forth as things put in the best possible condition. All miles long, and from three to five miles wide. Gth meoeti, w metr aan to publicly thank
the Ruler of this everlasing kingdom, "and all THE PRESBYTERIAN REVIEW, this is done, however, when the army starts on In the spring the waters pass off and soon the drop of ter; "hey poureddow rain a
t march in the neighborhood of the enemy, as it whole surface is covered over with a valuable drops of water; they poured down rain accord-
dominions shall serve and obey Him." See also Our Presbyterian brethren have done well, is not known under such circumstances what stock grass, equal if not superior to the best ig tothe vapor thereof ahich the clouds do
the second Psalm (and the references,) in which that they are able still to maintain their Quar- moment there may be a collision. Kentucky blue grass. But what is far more drop and distill upon man abundantly
is a luminous prediction of the Lordship and terly Review. They deserve encouragement, and It may be interesting to state, that we have valuable to us at present, the lake has become Home manufacture is receiving a od share
universal reign of Christ, it may serve them, if we say that it is still pub- plenty of beef and flour, sometimes with salt, a fountain of salt, and thousands areengaged in of attention in this section of country. Eery-
Not less clear and full are the prophecies of listed at Columbia, S. C., at S3 per annum, or $6 and sometimes without. Once in awhile, we manufacturing it for use. About four thousand where the sound of the spinning wheel and
the New Testament to the effect that the Head for two years, in advance. have coffee. We pay enormous prices for what bushels are manufactured per day, which as to got in the habit of showing to visitors their spun
and the B3,ty, Glrlst ulaM -s -Church, shall The October number Is chiefly valuable for we get from the country : 50 cents a quart for quality is equal to the best Liverpool brought to thea, mied woo, bown b n e
eventually triumph over all their foes and reign containing an eloquent tribute to the life, char. sweet milk and $1.00 a pound for honey, are market. Thousands of bushels are being sent th, They are not ashamedto wear homespun
supreme. The angel who oretold His birth to actor and genius of the late Dr. Thornwell, from specimens. One reason for the high prices we off to Texas, Arkansas, Mississippiand other drese, and they need not be ashamed, for these
Miry, announced that He was to establish a the pen of Dr. Palmer. The latter delivered it pay here is, we pay in Confederate mon T lac Oe great advantage is, that every man dress, and. Mrs. Y. and rs
kingdom of which there should be. no end. It first, as an address at the request of the officers apple are looking forward to the tim w ether e can muster a "regiment" or oth otr whrich soarl
ingdom ofa hich there shodg be.m no en. t L. .... ....... .. O. wore arees t) otuek e a isatliberty to makely
is not essential that we undertake here to settle of the Presbyterian Church in Columbia, and shall evacathe count, leaving then to the quiut mo pots or price reembled stores cloth, that I could not see te
tender mwercies of the Yankees. They have without money or price. dierence wtoua co f, exa m I coua non see thld
the question that has for so long a time divided though it was our good fortune to heart spoken ex iened suc casualties before and known Our old Georgia friends still love the Avcae, c on
commentators as to whether Christ/a kingdom we find that acquaintance with the facts of such the smart of them. and during the temporary blockade at Vicks e blockade continue awhe longer, it Solomnot
is to be temporal, or only spiritual; whether it a life ajd with the analysis of such a character There is much speculationaout the end of burg we lt like some familiar household friend d bes in te nst chaer woman eras oiom
is to be a personal reign or the supremacy of had not destroyed the zest with which such a the war. There is no doubt with regard to how was dead, because we did not receive the weekly course I o not attribute these domestic im-
the principles of truth and righteousness which paper will be read. It would be well for all it will end. All agree that it will end in Le visit of the Advocate. But after awhile here they provement entirely to the blockae. It is due
He teaches through the Church. In whatever Christian young men to know what honor piety, recognition of the South by all the powers of come, looking the Prodigal Son, our fair ladies to say, th they have always had
outward form that kingdom may come, we may integrity, industry and zeal can bring to t, a: ,...,,u But. whs will the end bel Men have but like him they were joyfully received. the will t o do a they are now doing ad their
certainly anticipate, that when it has come, in -and to appreciate how much better ILh I. I, I i.. wives and children with all they hold ur educational interests have suffered much eewill to dossity for it. The now doiade create a
answ- r to the universal prayer given by Christ honor from God, than that which man can dear on earth; they ong for the society yf LLeir in consequence of the war. Our Male Colleges necessity for domestic reform, and we beho.d
t his Church, that other petition that stands bestow, loved ones, she endearments and comforts of are alisuspeoded butwearohoping and prayi ng how rapidly it is being effected through the
alongside of it and explains and expands its The Review contains also an article in vindi- homeho hence they putthe end of. this sangui- r brighterand ber day. Tile Church has intelligence, self-denial and active industry of
spiritual import, viz, Thy lil be dune on cation ofPuritauismofrom someof the asperaions nary struggle at nodistant dcv. LTao wish is suffered much for lack of ministerial attention, the ladies..
spiritual import viz: heave Thy," will be f done on cationofhic it is no from omm eo theaspersions fater to the thought." Next Spring is t many of our preachers being in the war; but u b
Heart thas petit is in heaven," wllou be lly answered. hich i is no so common o he wit ichwedonotp upon it- down as the most distant day for the war to end. while she has not pressed on from revival to speech has been said in the newspapers s
Tha his peiion shoud be included in the time which wthe fortu n ot sympathise. Therianity werewas aYe all will admit that that days too distant, revival, yt, thank God, her general membership
oncrm a promiyer appintedto the Church is attime when thefortuns of Christianity were n the vicsitudes of war too frequent and un- steadfast, unmovable, abounding in the work Hill ad at other places on my circuit; I rjoioe
once a promise anda pledge that those princi- ond up Prianm, and ever wrong certain for any one, however wise, to tell what of the Lord. Your brother, to .ay, goods th erp laid in before the war
ples which Chritianity leaches,ai e supremacy may have been done the world by the fanatical will then be the state of things. But there are no Minden, La., Oct. 87t, 1862. W. D. SA. can be bought tat the old prices.
ol God, Bi right to reign, the purity and obedi temper of some Puritans and by the perversion indications of peace now-there may be uch Surely this is a day of darkness for the land
ence to His law demanded of all men, shall of right principles, yet the world owes a debtof indications then. Therefore we expect peace at ofColumbia. The war rages still, and sorrow
eventually prevcilagainst allopposine principles, gratitude to the Puritans of the.17th century. itht time Without being "a prophet or the son ITEMS FROM SOUTH ALABAMA. visits the homes of thousands; bst if saints will
and that Ithen Gd's will shall be done on earth of a prophet," I venture to predict that the war fr. Editor,-This year the Advocate has been continue to cry to Him who "nuketh wars to
not in some other here of existence will end with the present administration at specially interesting. ThelettersofDr.Summers, cease unto the end of the earth," the sunshine
n in oe ote ee oxisnce-as iis TE HOLSTON COERECE.-We are indebted Washington. Let us endure till then--resist P, of Butler Lodge, and others, have done will break through these clouds after awhile.
onein heaven. to the Rev. Dr. Cummig fr the following manfully,-that we be not conquered before that- me much good, and I-hereby petition them to Then twosoldierswill turn theirfaces homeward,.
The Scriptural proofs of this doctrine are too facts of the session : Bishop Eirly decided that time. Let farmers who love freedom and our continue their correspondence. It is a relief to one going North and the other coming South,
numerous to set forth here. So far as we can a General Conference could only be convened, dear South raise provisions and feed our brave mind and heart to turn from the long and and when their feet fall upon the thresholds of
profess to understand the Apocalypse, while we before the time fixed by the lew of Ihe Church, army, tan leather to shoe them; for theresources bloody accounts in secular papers of the glories their respective homes, with tearful eyes and
do not pretend to comprehend the predicted upon the recommendation of all the Annual of the country are ample for all our wants. Only and horrors of war, to these edifying epistles, sw llinghearts they willsay, "thank God peace
current of events there delineated, we can at Conferences. The liolst t Conference requested' le us husband them. The despicable enemy ex- Why do not many more of our experienced is made!" D. S. M.
least determine one point, viz: that all subu- the Bishops to call a General Conference, at pects to conquer us by hunger and naked- fathers and brethren in Israel gives thebenefit snow]Rill, Ala., Oct. 9th, 1862.
ary kingdoms are flly to f away before such time and place as they jude best, and ness. They have despaired' of conquering our of their pens in these trying times?
nary kingdoms are finally to fall away before such time and place as they judge best, and invincible army with shot and shell; they have Tnias (Snow Hill) circuit is quite an agreeable X
that kingdom which Christ has introduced into elected the following Delegates: E E. Wiley, ben gh it seho and te philphy h a wors (Snow t ills ive churches, .and.e--Te
the been taught tter sense and true phisophy at work. t contains five hurces, andembraces FOR V C G. C -The Rev.
the world. We learn here that this result is to Jas. Atkins, J. L.Kennedy. R .Sevens, the pointof the bayonet, upon many battle a portion of etch of the following counties: W. G. Allen writes: We havejus closed the
ome, though wemay not see the several steps of Robinson, J. M1. McTeer;J. 11. Bruner : Re- field Itis now for.our friends at home, men o Dallas, Wilcox, Butler and Monroe. Myy head- thfrd revival on the Fort Valley Circit. At a
the proe.s by which tile end is to be reached. serves, A. W. Cuamings, T. K. Catlett. TLe same' wealth; to say if they shall conquer us, in this quarters is Snow Hill, a pleasant country village meeting at Fort Valley, which lasted about ten
There are d fficule ii tii, daotrine-d.ffleul. brethren were the i Dlg ,tes to tlhe regular sees- new nay. The weal or woe of our country is in Wilcox county, It is just 25 miles from here days, we hd an accession of eighteen m members
ties both to hum;in comprehension and to ion to have convened last April, except J. H. i now in their hands. Let them crush the demon to imy farthest appointment. Up to this date and about as niany conversions; the Chuech was
our imperfect faith. They aie not to be cleared Bruner who was chosen to fill the vacancy speculation--and fight a noble fight for their we have had but little revival of religion, and considerably refreshed. A meeting at Liberty
up by reason. No p ocess of argument, no created by the death of our venerable Brother country's rights and we shall defeat the enemy this was confined to members of the Church, Chapel continued nine days, with a result of
elaborate deductions fiom the past history of Sevier who died during our session. in his new "strategicmovement." Letour women and did not reach into the ranks of sinners. twenty accessions, twenty fire conversions and
mankind, will prove that righteousness is to be brave. GCd bless them-they have never People attend Church well, and are attentive to many backslidersreclaimed. Ibaptizeu twenty-
displace sin in the earth. If the world seems Tug LouIsrIAN CoNrERE-qc was appointed for faltered. Let them clothe their families, taking the word of God ; but it is hard to get them to two adults, and three joined at the next regular
at times and for a brief period to take amazing the 10th Decemher, Paine, presiding. Solomon's model woman, for an example. They the altar as penitents. The war, the army, appointment. At a meeting at Wesley Chapel
strides towards this coveted goal, in a night, as We believe that Bastrop is the place. This is can by their energy, defeat Lincoln's blockade victories, strategic movements, and the state of we had thirteen accessions, about twenty cn-
it were, some tumendous revolution takes all the information we can give to our corres- and disappoint the enemy in his mean schemes: the country, are theabsorbing subjects of-thought versions, and the membership generally revived.
place which shows our Curistianity yet to be a pondent, who writes to us on the subject. Letour whole people thus bravely resist, and by and conversation. Six white persons havejoined This was, in many respects, a wonderful meeting.
dwarf in the presence of tie giant demoniom bethe time Lincoln's time is out, the North will be the Church on probation during the year, most The Lord was with us in much power, and it.
that holds tway in the of t he nations S^ANBUG FE E COE-The about exhausted. The people then- will be of whom profess conversion. I thank God- for may be He is preparing our people for some
that.holds sway in the hearts of the nation ss a a o h h r o ta convicted of the madness of the policy of these, and trust before the year ends that more grest event in the future. Oh let us pray that
The godliness of the race seems to lose its head- says that, at no period in the history of this sbjugaation-an aspirant for the White House new recruits will be added to the Christian army. it may be for the return ot our soldiers fiom the
way before the tempest of passion-that the god Institution have its numerical prospecs been will be elected upon peace principles, and soon I am encouraged by reading the glad news of war, crowned with victory, that we all may re-
of this world-the prince of tie powers of the more cheering. On the first day its exercises our independence acknowledged.and the Noth revivals in other places. joice together in the abundance of peace, and
air-has evoked. The Church seems defeated, were resumed, some sixty pupils were present, saved the mortification ofdefeat, as in that Thecolored people give a full attendance give God all the glory.
and her only refuge is in the promise of God. and daily since then, it has received accessions, event it would be party spirit and not Southern Sunday afternoon. They hear with gladness.
In such times, there is no part of holy writ more until its rolls now show a hundred names or arms that will have conquered a peace. So ad seem to profit by what they hear. A good CHsiEN.GEboZ eT., ALA. COS.--RPy. Jpese
re-assuring than those passages in Paul's Epis- more. much for speculation, number have been received on probation, and Wood writes us: "Since I wr te you before, the
ties where the relation of Christ to all Ehin s Garibaldi's army of from four to six thousand many are seeking salvation. I never saw better Lord has still be, n gracious in reviving his woik
and to the Church are so fully developetd-a ins WESLEYA FEMAL CO E.-We learn that veteran soldiers with two hundred officers have order among slaves in the country. Considering within the bounds of my circuit. Three pro-
Eph. i. 20-23; Col. i. 1 -20; Phil. ii. --as this Institution has opened prosperously, having been tendered the Federal Government to fight their small capacity and limited opportunities tr ieted mestiogs hava been held since the three
I Cor. xv. 24-28-and others to which with now 170 pupils. The Boarding Department is for the Union. After bringing down the proud for instruction, they make about the same pro mentioned in my la-t, all ofwhic resulted:weil.
reference ible these will direct the redehich fill. Eagle to the dust, we cannot now be frightened cress in spiritual knowledge that other people At the last one I brokeinto ac immunity where
erece le these will direct the reader. -by the wounded and. already humbled tomtit! do; for in passing judgment on their religion, there was no Chur:h, of any.denom nation, and.
There is nothing left for us but to believe, to RnEVvALs or RELImIO in TnE HOSI'TALs. The Red Republicanism and ambition o0 we should remember that few Christian masters occupying a school house, began a meeting. AllB
work and to wait. Every true Christian caries At Camp Winder for some weeks there has been in Garibaldi have ever been' offensive to Provi- take the trouble to read and explain the Bible things were favorable from the beginning, and,
in his own heart the proof that God can convert progress a revival of religion. Thirty-five dence; and Heaven has ever fought against him. to their slaves liLe the good Baptist that your although I had no help, yet the meeting lasted

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six days, and resulted in the organization of a ATLANTA, GA.-The Rev. G. G. N. MacDoncll Iled. The country west them a debt of gratitude, next. Texas and Virginia are already talked of as Depol; and titos who comUe in private conveyance, will
Church there. I hope it may prove to be leaven." writes: "I have just closed a protected meeting W rt I h t tle avil rein- Slke to rbe ujema to .esame :be"ant'.' T. eno Bo.
-a eu e l ar n nli er ] !. T hg 'sort ainin g that the oilem y was hen av iv rein like the proclam aiol n of yesterd ay, w ill be anotherI,. "'. B w .
of several wes' cotinunce. A large nber firc ddurine-the night, I withdrew niv force tep in the path of a more vigorous policy, which
GOENsalRcl CT., Miss. Coxr.-The Rev. C. R were happily converted, and 40 were added to early the next morning to IHrrods urg and thence the administration, in its 1roclamation of freedom, AD O TtSiO
Godfrey writes: Our fourth Q. Conf. washed the Cihurc on probation. It was a season of to this pont. Mjor General Smith arrived at advertised that 1t should henceforth ,'rsue. P.
at Amite city, La., Gth and 7th inst. I protracted gracious revival to the Church. The result of i I... -, ... st ofhis forces and Withers' PuaIs. LINrCOLN'S GTA-.I-Wheneotor Mr. Lin ', "...
Wa othis mee tinn g demonstr ates itor foot thai G od i 5' G I C . -..
the meeting until the night of the 26th. We his meeting demonstrates the fact that God is ... '. , 10th, ard ye,:erday I with cola, now appears in public, on horseback or in hiss ."
had a most gracious revival in-the Church. We abe ad wl thr whole this point-the onemy followed carriage, he goes through thostreeoo atarapid pace.
had old fashioned singing, praying, shouting nad in the midst of wa ndl excit ment. nsouwly but not I resting us. e scored by a cavalry guard of about twenty mnn, ----- K N0I _-L-__-_
d ion ingi soui i the midst of wa and excitement" I am sir, very rsrectfullv, h if of whom are in the advance ann the oaind AC DGMB NT
conversions. Between 35 and 40 whites, and 50 Your obedient sr meant, i tihe rear of tre Presidential charge. Fornos A .e ssD<,
and 0O blacks joined the Church. About six HANCOCK CT., GA. CouF.-The Rev. T. T. Chris- (Signed) RAXTOBA son M incoln allowed himself to be er Aris r rr is eryseet,.
weeks before the meeting, I succeeded in organ tian writes: "We have had several very inter- General oinmanding. siaded that his life would be endangered if he rod. remthe v Edward F Thwing, Pastor ME roh,
izing a class meeting. We now have two very eating protracted, meetings on this circuit witillin To Adjutant General, Richmond, Va. about all unarmed and alone," like Lord Lochin r Frot .. ...I .... .......1. 3s
large interesting classes among the whites, and the last five or six weeks. Smyrna, Rock Mills, A UBATTLI.I N S. 'CAROLINA.-On Wednesday VI "ar, and like Mr. Lincoln's fifteen predecessors ini .
one of the blacks. 0, that we may have more Reynolds Chapel and Pownelton have been much week Col. Wnlker commanding on the line of the t' he White House. So says the New York Express, --- -
such meetings. Our Presbyterian brethren very blessed. At these places we have received 45 ;Charleston &Say. R R perceived that heenem 14. REVIEW OF THE AUGUSTA MtiRKET.
kindly permitted us to use their house, and members, and still a larger number of convor- wer advancing Irom their gunboats, at two point- LTINO THEI POLICY OF TH YANKEE GoVnERN PrepErc f tiS nothrg ChrntinAdioate,
a t l or v m to wards the road. A feint was made on Coosaw- MENT -In a mail receotlv captured by our troops A. ANSLEY, 300 Broad tree -
many of them labored very industriously and sion. The work is still going on." hatchio, and the enemy gained the road near that near Charlestown, Va., was found a letter to Wm AaGosrG, Orobe. 2d, 1862.
earnestly with us. lo'ae,, oo Ukup a few mril and cut tie teleiraiph H. Seward from a nephew in the army, which do -' ." "-
S-so-- AG-seoviRL or,, CT., R. C. Co.r.--The ReItv.. wi. e. bi d:d.hnot hnve lime to burn the hridg'. velops an important secret of the Lincolo n Admin -. ... .. .. ,' ,',' I1r
SCMTER cT.. GA. CoNr.-The Rev. J. R.Stewarl Carpenter writes: -"God is reviving his worki on TI- a or .err fnro ovanceI toPocataligo. It con-t c Itratiion. We extract this precious confession : :. .
writes: 'The Lord has done great things for us, this circuit. We held a meeting at Mi. Verno ;I. -*' men, ith a fuil battery of Gen. Scott was right in Gaying that falsification -'., -r.: i. pr ..
whereof we are glad. We have had some gra- sev ,n days and 33 were converted. We iOeld piece" ThsE troops ..: .... ..... 1 was a necessary ce art of the machinery of war. Irn .,
cious protracted meetings, and two excellent good meetings at other Churches on the circuit. Brig'. Gen. Terry. Hauvig it i s. ,; "I.-. this war it is a powerful aid, as the Southern press lea--si. to I a
.. m< II U11ui o a lt an eariy hour and driven in our pickeiS, lln I r0ubhl^l an^ seem" to re-it so much of wial -'ia-- ,, -
camp meeting. The Churches where those Several have joined the Church and embraced in anln rls a advanced rnpidlv towards the railroad. ei ho rn ert as uch of .wa w e ..... ., I.
n ravne ail yt ac.rdu t r I cheese to give to our papers. Push your policy a, -, -. "-. i-ai.
meetings were held are greatly revived, and religion lately. I They first encountered our small force about 11 to- Ihe press still further. Make them state ever.
about 60 have been converted. I am sorry that o'clock, a m, and the fighting was k, pt up with fight a glorious victory and stick to it. It will d : '.. ..j' rob s t
more has not been done. Much more would WILVKISON CT., MIss. CoSr.-The Rev. J. L. more or less spirit from that time untilltv ie o' cloik great good North and South I". -. .. ., robably.act
have been done if the grace given had been Forsyth writes: "We havejust closed a series f r when the aoemy b- h towaver and fi altly , '. I, . r. I i in
improved." ood meetings n his circuit. At Betl, ', ack in disorder, r 1r, i.. his dead prn thin. LATE SRoIM EUROPE -Richmond, I-n., Oct 24. 'r i .r .i,"I -, ,. "I.. Virginiriand
improved." good meetings on. this circuit. At e u 1 The action n isdaecribed by n eye witness -The N. Y. Herald of the 22d inst., has beer. other in to eor nck.
Sconver.ions; at Midway, 12; at gh, 1. to have been a second Secessionoille affair, in the received here. The news it contains is unimportant*,., .
GRIFrIN DIST., GA. CONr.-Thr Rev.. W. R. diions to the Church at all these places-59 disparity of the forces enrgaed, in the stubborn except that from England, where Lincoln's Eman- i.. -.
Branhamn writes: "The cause of Christ in this whites and 5 colored. The Church is greatly character of the contest. and in the completeness of cipation Proclamation was the theme of universal i snome n ore enquiry and sales
region and in many parts of my field of labor is revived. I have never seet. more thorough spir- 'lie repulse, which ended iri a wild, disastrous rout discussion. The London Post says: It is not easy toq usiess quite 1 ,in Produce and Heavy Groceries.
advancing. The Salem.amp meeting in Newton itual work, or young converts more promising. Their dead lay all along the road, and the ground estimate howw utterly powerless and contemptible a
o was wellattended and higly fvoured by the ,- woa s coerd wth overcoat, k a caeons ovcrnment mu t have become which could sanet w-...... ............- --
co. was w attend and highly favored the -MOAN I nats, sh-'es. ammunition ceicts, cirtridge boxes tion with its approval such insensate trash. W. R. DRIINKARSD,
D:vine presence. The McDononugh C. meeting MOEOAnTO MrISSrON Ga. Cor.-Tho Rev. S. )bayonet scabbards bayonet. guns, etc., all evi T letter from n published by TTO E AT LW D ENT,
was among the best I have attended for years Leake writes: "We have had some good times dancing a hasty and precipitate ritreat. Nnarli th a ri ATTORNEY AT LAW riND CLAIe AGENT,
Bro. A. Turner preached an impressive sermon inthe mountains. At Cook's school house there all, or a greater portion of the enemy, had come statement: The Pope's health'is not very satis C VA,
upon the subject of fasting and prayer. At its were about 32 additions to the Ohurch and about with bu de of lihtwood. tied w h twine ory. His own position and that of Italyweighs .....
n o t p int toI, so 1-.. A -1'a'
close members pledged themselves to make 40 conversions-several were Sabbath school it erwovenith hep r s, bdto i, hstol the t on his mind. His Holiness lately remarked to an ... ,.. . .. .
..scholars. At Grr'nds thero mCon d .ii quickly. Their purpeo. swao, no doubt, the der. cleeastical dignitary r,"The hand of Providence ". ''. "'. .-.".. "-.1
Friday, days of fasting and prayer for God's scholars. At G lands, there wereome 22 ad- n oft m f t : The hand of Prov..w fort.idence c '-.t ..
blessings on our country. I mention this with editions and about 30 conversions. Nearly all faggots and fire r .. found on the route o Uphareia. y d ay fare number e e atels are I.. -. . .. .. i ..
the hope thht many of your readers will do were engaged in a Sabbath school, that were heir re'rat. Our loss was 15 or 20 killed and ,eiged in the balance of-Divine justice and I col ct the amount t r11my be due, and make re-itauees
likewise. Surely, these are days in which all the converted. God has wonderfully blessed the woundede. Our troop. buried 40 or 50 o th op they will not be found too far wantice, and I ",t .. t ,- n .r of 10 per centl nc the
people should fastand1 ray--hnmble themselves labors of our schools on this M[ission th:s year." "mor". Te od their gnboae 'edonslIfr r i e wr irs falin into secular hands. Will it be .amount colected.
under the mighty hand of Gold and break off e .e.. ,, '; rlongt. who lnows ?" The Pope almost every Otfieis on c n a: street, oppo ite the American Hotel.
their sins by righteousness. The daily prayer ELLAVILLE ] T., GA. .Co.q.--. F. .reedlove o r qunrt. lay recei ed bui nits rom foreign priests, chiefly
their cn b rhtone. T di. ,,. Oai ptraye mtOxTE GrTONI S..-- hve bets buI i French and Belgian. In answer to the questions
meeting in Oxford is still kept up, without ma- writes Oct. loth : "The Lord has gloriously little information from this army, except that it i I addressed tohim on the subject of his personal fears METHOIl)IST BOOK DEPOSITORY,
trial abatement of interest.' revived his work in our midst. We have just in better condition than it has been since it left ,r hopes, he usually replies in very few words. MACON, GA.
I- closed a gracious meeting at Ellaville, resulting Richmond At one time the enemy advanced n and it is evident that such questions do not please Just Publshed,and for sale-
GREENVILLE CIRCUIT, ALA. CONr.-The Rev. J. in the addition of fifty members to the Church, large force across the river. Lee sent forward a him., Sabbatr School Bell, (without Notes), $1per doeen.
L. Sampey writes: The- Lord has revived his nearly all of eThotm were converted." body of troops to attack him, bilt he would no' I Caiv eryCteci n arnec rrer dod en.
work on this circuit. We held a two days' meet- -- figh-t, and ell back beyond thir river. Tnere are I -gr....e stion- *. .... Addr-s, J. c. BURKE, Agent.
ing at Liberty Chapelat which ten whites and RSSELL CT., ALA CoBi.-Tho Rev. T. H. Ireorts of arr advance on our s~le, but we do nou! l -- .- _.W 'r Ant
six colored joinethe Church. In September Whitby writes : "The Lord has visited us in apd iem in dero t he altimo are and e I 11 Octlth b Rv ARNCotED,r WH th tC OOL BOOKS, ETC., ON HAND AND
six eco.ored roAnesnthe Church. IneSep brt "h d sotn apehirein destroying the lltinsore and Ohio Rail I rOoeit, by list,. N1es, MAct oh eon foe saleA coloohs Oranie-
Dr. McTyeire helped me to hold a meeting at mercy and great power, on this cl. On Friday Road. G aVounteers,toMissLJoaxxars asofMontgmery eo, Gar ,ellA. n s r tb sd al s lB l eshooks, Statio
Antioch. The Lord was with us; twelve whites night before the third Sabbath in August we SKIRtMISHIShNG A NAaiLE.-Cteooga, on tG rtIsa, .. J. W. BURKE, Agent
SKIRMISHIN N E ARileaILLE- -- a anool ,I enry esGo, to MISs MAastEST U, "1"i ,1 G, .
and nine colored persons joined the Church. commenced asix days' meeting at Hurtvillo. A Oct. 22 -TheRebel has ai despatch from Murfr es n O
Our fourth Quarterly meeting was held at Bodg- number professed conversion-18 joined the boro', dated yesterday, which says our picked DIED, NFOR' ATION WANTED OF ELLISON
5.- cr.05 F l' t tcart Ric.
ers' Chapel, where the Lord was with us and Church. At Salem we hold a meeting nine I attacked the enemy from several points, near .... 22 l y Psst r .' ''' ra C.,'t .1 i
gloriously revived his work. Twenty-one joined days. I have not had the pleasure o often oi lf N.l. lot, t dayl, it, this, mornisp ',dri -ingien ,'"*, ", I- -'ea month sand' .. ". ., ': -., ..,t ..3.....'. |' '.",".r a-
.i, i l[lill several (r cpturing 30 prisoner, o I -I. d ," i . r ' "" r"
the Church, and fifteen or twenty professed to witnessing such marked demonstrations of the Mlnrfreesboro' Turnpiloe. W alpor kled W. .1 .'-.
find the pearl of great price. Eighty-five have Divine power, as were there manifested in B. Stokes, Colonel of the renegade Tennessoeans t; ird~eo tI s; .ha Oc rr~a-,ortc, ,On . .. "". .. ... .. .
joined the Church since our meeting. the awakening and conversion of souls, and and another Colonel on the Lobinon Pike, anr l ignd l years and 6 months. .'' ,-, '' ..r-. '
-- inreviving and building up the Church; one drove their forces into their entrcenruIiivtls at i ,: L . .," .. -r.,- ..- .:., .. . .. ',- r.-I: f.
BETHEL. GA., COE.-The Rev. H. J Adams hnndrued wereadded to theChurch-sixty whites Nasbvilie. No credence give to repo ...-s given to the report -- -.;, ... . . .. ,' ..' ..' .. ., ,
writes, Oct. 8th : "A meeting of interest of and forty colored. At Uchee we had a good hatashile ste l irra ht c nortr e'oa..' 'a, ,', i" 7, 'i,'.. '. .- : .' ', .,'.'" E
torpneelt .in ,an I II ., a."L r 'r-- -, ''en..,,,!
ten days' duration closed at Bethel Church, meeting-some conversions, tire Church much ble n Sept th 1t, Ja a cr, duhter of 8 and 8 C .
(Milledgeville and Bethel Station) last night. revived, four additions. non Cmnelly, agued2 years, Smonths and a days, of putrid sore A ,U LAD ,O .d i EXPi U RI-.
The Church was much blessed, I trust perma- i Mol AAI --The rebel guerrilla, tc rsot- ". On I'OF a t a s t cr a a ns and...
nently so, several backsliders reclaimed, and 12 MoNtICELLO CT., GA. CONF.-The ROv. 11. jirnton on Saturday morning, athe ed nto h182 Br llmnthaCnd lda e is rle o teacur in to'. L c .
white persons united with the Church-5 of Kelsey writes: "We have been favored wltll fifteen hundred men. Our troops were compelled I music on Paoan dMelodcon, and f giving stuclcons in
of, .y slt udrdn Oriep w compel"e -". .... ..sneedlae wor. Arddtens, L. S.L.
whom were middle aged or past. Our young some revival influence on this circuit. At, to surrender, but they fought him galbintly, kill- --- -- needle rwo Adde Ce P.O., LnwelDistS. C.
men belonging to this Church of proper age are meeting of eight days' continuance at New ing and wounding several. Our loss is six killed RECEPS to Oct. 25th. Ot. 16- -
all absent at the seat of war, and many devout Hope, quite a number professed faith in Christ, and one hundred and twenty-five prisoners, wbIh .-. .1,-., .m. -4-. .. ..... '" __-----w--.-_l
prayers were offered that they.might be stead- and nine were added to the Church. At Liberty f tr iof r medit ly pa oled. Ti o i"n-ad d a ,,'.' -. .. .. .... A YOUlNG LADY O E.PERIENCE (A
fst, unmovable, always abounding in the work some fifteen professed religion and twelve were tn fterards left Lexington, taking the Ver- aa ,.i, B a.'.'. r - a ..o.h soSheeho dreio would
of the Lord." added to the Church. The Church has been Baill s turnpike-escaping without dasriago--. "'. .. *. ; 1 n .-'s-pCarsill, J i325H B ,, . ..... .. is comet.nt at
t uh e much rehresbed at these places." V. 11erald. a4t C A Crowe 6 .r A French. Bedt of testimonials can l. iven. Apple caions
TTALBOTTON, GA-The G H .Patillo I -1 _- 1 Tr ,- WI r -W____2 8.34 A Dowling addressed4o .ISS T, nT ,
AL To. THE Y. CA.IPAIGN has ended by Bragg's whole -, . .. i .- r e. unless oneof two Cartersvlle, Barrow co., O.,
writes: '"The Lord has graciously revived His COLUMBIANA, ALA. CoNr.-The Rev. T. Moody army falling back safely, brancing immense store s I .1'- .. -.- ,- i lto not say how tlon. Oct. 2-6t. care papt.. T.Shelman.
work in this charge. A number have been con- writes : "Our meeting at Good Hope is still in -the papers say a train of Dear 5,000 wagons fort .' -n centato -
verted, and 31 have been added to the Church, progress. Some 22 up to date have professed miles long! Thero are said to be 1,000 000 yard, i'-. .-. ., .. u 1. -rDY u1 O' XPidtiENSX;E W'ISHES
Tne meeting, which had been in progress over religion and joined the Church, and still the o jn a s b 000 '.'r 1' t .'. . I n Situ s Teaeher i some school, Academyor
,ie ,e 1h ad 1l pork-, 16,000 mules and horses. 8,000 beeves, alars' j -1anstitt Goorl refer, ances errs. Itsleress 1o commear'
two weeks, was closed last night with a love- work giles on. We have had a pleasant meeting pork, 15,0of og and re boots es,, a'hob aIes, alat r a -.- _. .. . ,r.- e It wan gchee ng ti C rot of tgo, and. ""boots, oe, tc to a n i."--- "". C' ." '''.. r ;-1n,-3 r ,. ., 1.- 1.. m inl' s eer
feast. It was cheering to hear the young in Columbiana. The Church has been muh untold mount. .. that this is more true IN 32T JE Nrman 2. - '
converts .relate their feelings of joy and hope." interested and stirred to duty. Sbme lfew pro- than was the report that 20,000 Kretuckiun0 Ie a i ,PP.- WJ Powerd 49 t dr, 3s26 T Price 5--and 1 to dr lde haee in e vi' in wch e.ea
fessed reclamation. Others were built up in joined our army. We believe the number should ir40o J W Reynolds 22, 4t0 J W Robinson 2, 3416 J A. r t 2 ddr'ess LJENINE ALL,
Aovrs CT., ALA. Cosr.-The Rev. A. J. Cole- ib, rith of the Gospel." hbaveboen 1,00. We are nowtold that Ken iAuckr s 25-y. Lex, to
I ann either do not sympathize with as, or are afrairl 8-341" A`trss 200,earn nov S-nws irs-_..ear_ -- -_
man writes: "God is greatly reviving His work _____commt emvs The army s a lssde :soh ae r Sesr. s en --Terticlj.waons tpaa r dev( AoVLLL F.~pE-1AE 'ULLEGE WILL
on this circuit. Within the last few weeks I of Cumberland Gap, andGen. Bra has gone r g n T-.g-SSJ F WToland &-and 2to ar, irM CTaylor 2. o opesnforStudenis ecoid' i,* T.c.,ar, -i.';.
have held four meetings, at which, there were Richmond to report personally to Headquarters, W.--42Mrs N Wiggtinsi '.. i ,'.I ..,i i-,r-.
mnny conversions, and more than 80 additions t S 01,sof t Wet hve not the most distant ideaof whatthearmy ___ E- of A D- LAUY TO 'J EACIH M
to the Church ; all whites except fourteen."' I --- -- will do next. OstBrntlrassThe secular papers and some of the religious c Oil PaBtin and Ornamental n Caseville Fe
-- I TEnRIBLE RAILRoA AcciDtNT.-The Grenada ha rgde lor inierti obituary notices. Wedoaot. Wthnik m eon C lo. ge s.
..... ,.GN. RAGfO.S OFFICh RPOx T. ,ppeal oontansan sceount of a collision between -t -r'feri e -g, nss-ry"ce y -, oa fthees. lrthandedueatmnueeo pp
ALPHAEETTA CIRcG. Coar.-The Rev. G. GEN. BRAGG'SOFFItCIAL REPORT, coIntans II--> DACCENT. he tra lninr .'1N laerting yn uadysof northerabirthAnd eeducationseerapply.
ALPHARETTA CIKCUIT,, GA. Cor.-Tbe Rev. i. I"'A p p e a ot-a"ccount of a Collision be. ween,, s, deaths of minent saints ; .ir -b.ARBOGAST Prest.
L. W. Anthony writes: At Mount Pisgah be- HEADQUnTAUTEns DPAaRTMENT NO 2, i two trains on the Mississippi Central Road, by I ..I,,, .. ., m obituary department or a Sept.-A-l.w. iaas-sa,Bartow co., G
e fort and ft have been added the Bryantsville, Ky., Ot. 12h. which thi.ty-flve persons, mostly soldiers, were ligious paper. Irrelevant faot-minute details-tate. --
tween torh and the or l goes on te Sir--inding the enemy pressing heavily in hiis killed, and between forty and fity were wounded i enute of no general intresh-fats known to all their ac- ,,
Church, and still the work goes on. At Roswell rear, near Perryville, Maj. ten. H ardee, of Polts The collision was caused by the trains running out uainta se and notimportantto be knownto others should I ,,Ul A PEi ',
Factory, notwithstanding the opposition of ene- command, was obliged to halt and check him as 1 of time. a oumtted--as alo ail apostrophes on death and dying and 'l ,,' C. t m r .--r..-. %c thi T- iantln
mies, one-hundred and forty-two have beenadd- thatpoint. Havingarrived ai Harrodsburg from GALVESTOr, TIXAS, Ii been aken by thoene- e e- 'i"hOm' rOwof I es can-,. ,re, .l thatw hae "room ..f
ed to the Church, most of whom were happily Frankirt, I determined to give him battle the my's .aeet. There owa no fight. The enemy doeP insl eselloned ec urot, ice--aeording tio the e ... : '. ." .,' .' I" ";,'- i.- with
converted. Some of them havebeen turned out and accordingly concentrated tihre divisions of iy not occupy the town, but comes and goes at pleas-e ,ii, ending r d uoeles of the subjecr, in the 0.I ro. h r
S for old command-tle army of the ,ns;iisppi--i-ouw ure hoia st the U. S. flae when he lands, and takes j ,torch. If writer will not confine themsBelves to shes'. -masic-Pin.o,Gitar and V.oc i-s'tth pA .;ncih, Drawing,
of employment or no o er crime than tat o under or Gen eral Polk--Cetm's t n when he retirs do wrnits--add faw do--we must ab ride for them. As to child- I rt-i- e i See letiy ot Bord of trustees.
serving God. (or at least no othercrime lias been and Anderfon's-and directed Gen. Polk to take I n. we can fnd room for no more than the mre mention_
alleged). For twelve weeks this opposition has the command on the 7th, and attacktheenemynnorxt EXPLOITS Ora TR STIeAME .-Th T ofthelrdeath. R .T N. .t .
raged. but thanks be to God the work has gone morning. Withers' division bhad gone the day Herald publishes the statement of S masters of ships V OLLUMBTA FEMALE COLLEGE. S. C.
on nd isstill progression. Notwithetandig the before to sunort Smith. U ', ., I w which have been burnt by the Confederate steamne, UNCJBURREISN r MI. J The The Eereies of ihn Institution will be resumed on
war, over twol hunred. h joitnd or te the 7h, that the frce in ,o ., -.'.... .. ,.1 1;vy Alabama, ("2IO,") and say. that Capt. Semmes, A. s .n srscan Arequested to note particularly the ist day ofOeobernext undrthedireionof the fol
war, over two hundred have joined our Church retreated, I moved early nextmorning to be present of the .290 has captured and d'etroyed 14 vessels whas we say here.d paper a wi
this year in this work. at the oerations of Polk's forces. with 81000,000 of cargo, and paroled and sent tr- anrweek o tth ova h I i s crmn ne .o -e 1 ri .f .:r .f
.' ,. t. It would now oslt the office one-half of the _-"I' L It ,. -.'' -,_ r .. ..
-- The two arfnies were formed confronting each the Island of Flores 191 prisoners. The Herald .. ..- ,.- ., ., paper weekly to ..... u,. '" '.-. ",ik .. I,. .
BCTtER CT., S. C. CoNr.-The Rev. T. G. Her other n opposite ides of the town of rryile add It very evident that.the Alabama will, i '.'. .', . 'i ke , .' '''' .. -,
bert writes- "The war being in progress it was After consulting the Goneral and rcco'nnoitring (tot fallon in with, captured and destroyed, b *e ie . . eerio. ' '' ,. '
tourt best to hold no cm meeting on the ground and examining his dispositions, I de- the terror of the ocean. Her speed appp' are o be ,.. ,,. ',..." r ..'., ,- ... nd.ed... I '' ,' ,, , ';i -
thought best to hold no campr meeting on the e lied to aseum the com d, euged ome unequalled both undor stem and sail. 1Ir sailing l .' I .r ..-i.- .'r* in '5. rI mo- igim. -.', I. A c -
Butler ct., S. C. Cont., andin its place we deter- changes and modifications of his arangemotF. qualities, as reported, are superior to the speed o0 . .. ..'. 'I .. ..a,,., i.- ..' i..- '.r.
mined to hold three days' meetings at every which he promptly adopted The action opened at nine-tenthi of our steamers in the navy Her bat- ,. .......... r . rn and Atn. : i .- I" ' '.." ..O
Church in the circuit. There are eight. The 12 P M., between the skirmishers andartillery on terry is very formidable, equal tomany of our screw ,i ; .', 1.:,- A ,a .''. : . . .. .. ...I-
round has been completed and has resulted in both.sides. Finding the euemy indispoaed to s d- ", o t -"" .i ss, indl ashe i; iup j -, ', . a. : ..
...1" o o vessels. S c is an . .r .= .. I ,.; I . _, -_n" in
the addition of between 140 and 150 souls to the ria eenup n r. i ,'. i .. . '." i ., ngly customer, and one that will des- .. ;, .. .-.- .
Church, many.of whom were converted during I rously, and so directed. . 'ins of property before she is caught, if ,- ", .'' .: c ... .. .. .... .b -
t- i [. , .: I r :. : I .- ,- 1 6,1-- .1
the progress of our meetings. Most of our The onE-.ricm-'nt )coo m general soon thereafter, she is caught at all. e.s a.r reoequesueSd tonIform nsur er e ot this ," n lded ." '.
meetings were protracted, and at one place as nd was c .... I ... from ibattinnetodark, o SODIRS CALBD FOR. -The draft for know which oftho subscrberse order for have sent 400
many as eight days. The Church has been or troops never faltering and nover failug in their, Mod.e S y the .nGoern nt has been extended so uc oney ando, t bl sthy end i ., ].-.-, o
'. "%efot s soldo.r e by tenoovn rls ult hat been extended soI tm ney, sad, wont billthy... e.rde.i-e os 0 ,,, r.'..,r.I. ' i n,- ..&
greatly revived." tsed i s i asn to include all citizens between the ages of eiTht -l ct,- .------- '" `' ,- ..-.!
orthe time e naged it was the sverst A nd n and foriy. This looks like s on the par Tw T DoLL. snt to this office in payment .... in advance.
mostilespsirately ontste ... .- ... t within my : ern the GoertmThisl ooks trult that ihe onsthe paor
ELIIJAY CT., GA.os.-Rev. W. Lane writes n wedge at fully e ....... orroo of the Gvermnt. We trust that the response 0 of subscriptions to the Advocat will entitle the per- ".
p 2e dy m n ho not hesitaste to' eag e those thus called eOn to defend thoer country an son sending it to a copy of the paper for one year
Sep.. 2t)th: I closed a ten days meeting last did not asate to ng at any odds, ar I me Oeatriotiand prom, s a IOiD COLLEGE, SOUTH CABO;
night at Ellijy. I received 49 on proatio Ithough checkedat, s they event ua.crried thr hoes, will e -atri tic and pronp, s there is an opportunity for active and indaustrious I ,Ob kDCI tl O T ARO
night at Ellij ay I received 49 on proaton.r beccs the oCsio and the necessitie of tha ,reaehers, clate-leaders, y .ung brethren, and the 7-; r ..,, r iT i isident; Doalid
While the meeting was in progress, a soldiers ev po i on n the te nig.e t country. Our armyis notlsrge enough tomeetth re erwife and those most successful of agent , I .,, I. '-..,,- tiWh tefoori
camenhomeprofessedreligionjoinedtheChurchtnon gnit, we:freshhordes I. '..1 in rnit-.oA.t."' ,
camehome, professed religionjoinedtheChurch hould har completed the work. We had cap- fres e .s I . I 1 If -young Christian -women-to aid a good work for ......... ..... i.., u ... le, A.M, Pro-
and returned to his company." turedfifteen pieces of artillery by the mst daring ves upon" ,' the Church-keeping its paper alive-and to supp.y ,. .. .. .
Charges, Killed oun and wounded two Brigadier come outif 1 -. hemselvas with a fund of useful information. . -. ,.. .-... i i.i
ManAssAS, BARTOW Co., A.-The Rev. D. J. IGenerals, and a very large number of inferior i ANOTsHE WAY TO Do IT.-The following i _ TIECtOGORA C -O -NC- i pbheir it. ,.l e. inh" .
Myrick writes: "The revival in my work still officers and men estimated atno lessthan 1,4000 from a Washington despatch dated 26th Sept t, TO THE PEACHERS OF THE GEORO A CONFERECE. July 17.
g-oe o.... S e my lt, w hav hd to r and captured 400 prisoners, including three staff the I T. Tribune,: Hon Eli Thaver's scheme foer ,r ,. -. '" "-. s .. .- -. I
goes on. Since my last, we have had two more offices, with servant, marriage and baggage of the colonization by armed men of the Souther r ..".- ,,. I '.YAN FEMALE UOLLEGE, MA-
excellent meetng---one in this place, resulting Major General McUook. States, which meets with much favor by the Presit -. ., ,* ..... * .- "...rm. .sN m.. ,r
in about 25 conversions and 19 additions to the The ground . -' his dead dent, Scr y of War, and others, ias been dis" : '
Church; and the other in Cartersville, just and wounded .. ..... "a. loss was cussed several ties in Cabin i ... *... d wil. .: ,.. r I, 11 i i 11 I -
clo-ed; 27 joined the Church. Inboth places, ,,, 1 r ..i . 2, irobl500 sobably soon receive formal .1 .,r .. . T, . . '. ,. ,.r.. . .. , r1 :
I ' ', .I0"-. r. f 10000 cole '.. -.. r ,,'r '.r ,.:-_%--,.. __. _.--.. . .rA '5 , r
the Church has been greatly revived. In the .. . .. ,r- .-... I.Is .upp-liedw' a ... ,, -
last two months 192 persons have joined the and Brown, i, ; .xad noble soldiers, whose os transportation, subsistence, arm, and a general, by -. i . '....... .., ,,
Church in the bounds of my little charge. Dr. will be severely felt bv their commands. To I government, whose business it shall be to hold. SOU.H CAROLINA CONFERENC E. %,...... ,, I.. ... ,, ,- ,.' .K ,. -u.
two meetings did us good service. He is one of G general H. rdaes .G ....r m two t other lands beoning to theirbe s, and seized under d iahs fordminieeorAnis o tses trenan aiqesnthttn. r ....ts w $ -o
,.h .. *t divisions, and Major Generals Cheanham, Broiinoc the law of the last session of Congress for nan-pay iidatosifst'"Orders," 'il lmmetdiAtteY sy sf their in Bnrl.insrcti.ine s tand W 'ashag san as
our ber preachers, and smost capital .eviva. t. and Anderson, commanding divisions, is mainly ment of the direct tax. Tbtyer promises, if al owe ,,nuontoatttendgCssfeenrc.. n I .;oa rining eso musa benaird, ano. Feor
We shall not forget him soon m this section of du be rilliant achievmet of this memorable o carry eu his plt in its entIre' ori a ntoe brngdo o initend ei fensf thgm f. hueaddh t the Pra.dene W. o. M
our Zion." field. Nobler troops were never more gallantly into the Union as a free State by the lIt of Feb. Coanerene coming on the Pail RoRd will be met at the August s.-tf. soretry of Fac uty.


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VTl. XXV. No. 42

From the Richmoned Chlian Advocate. of the things which he possessed.." Such are "Nor good temper, nor friendship, no life." MI AcAin ,. A s.8o-.. vongest dau'thorth, No Wv4ia xesonofEl ..'. a I .. ..
"MrOmTHE RichAoNDCr PAOEaTe" buIt ,, i. ,- oath utys, '. ', ,jao ,-
"MOTHEl AND POET." his wants, not only for the present time but for said William. ... .. , in Williams- died theservice of his cotj..i I- .
(Turin, after iews from Gaeta, 1861.) eternity, so numerous, so varied, andso complex "Above all," added their ppa, the ..' ' ,' '. the ghr e a pi boy at home-a modelyouth. Helived
BY MRS. ELOZa.tBlR iAnniET BROWNING. are they, that he can only answer the end of his God cannot be bought with money. Be r nt .' J liderate.and free .from al1 .t ITleecommgn tyouth"n namph
The following po will find an echo in a existence by the utmost diligence. By sloth he with as much of it as God gives, and seek to uso .. ,, ,,. i r'- i, : ~ ". ..... ',
the folloousand mothers' heart will finds, whan echo both degrades and ruins himself, by persevering it arighW,' ,' .t. d s f f-r l sloe "".eme ... s c. h
thousasd nothers'.hearts whoso.sons*arenOW*industry he ennobles and saves himself If, -,- : ... ..... 'f ; ., : "' '" '
on the battle fields of the South fighting forher i re a d h ven im If . *., .. . ..; .... -. .
independence, as Mrs. Browning's heroesfought therefore, our lot in lifeis providential, und if e,"'''" ''
for the independence of Italy. It will rank our spirits free from merely mercenary motives, .......... .,....... .' .. .....,.. ..... L n
we should'not look upon our daily work as -- i'' . ;,." :. . ;... ':... :.:" .,,v:.1 ',:f 'v ... ] .-,-... whei dFebd. d
amongherbet rodutions: in the East, drudgery. The duties we are called to perform r d t .. .......... " .. ' .
"Dead!" One ofthem shot by the sea inthe East, d T Ur, :' ,esupearecalleo-perfr e ,
And one of them shot in the est by the sea. maybemenialandarduous,and their associations ... f_ p u i
Dead! both my boys! When yon sit at the feast, may be anything but pleasant, but if they be -- ,, ,: .e in ofe. e ..... ," ' I'
And are wanting a great song for Italy free, done "as to the Lord and not to men," our .. .. .' sated " p a l r' ..',..'' i .r '' -
Let none lok at me energy And circumspection with reference to '. ''
Yet I was a poetess only last year, them willbeofthehighestadvantagetooursclves. ''',''. ' "' .'.. '" "
A-- lqt my ,irt, for a woman, men said. Yet,*let it not be supposed that we plead for ", i 1 _---. r., '"'*" Acemos.
B,,, ... ., who is agonized here, unintermitted and monotonous toil; or that we on, d ig'ors mid, 'sh n ted rea ,. ul, ...., ,-n, --- .
The aQ etsandenabtruaWve t her nerryee, c dcod neecer i ., ,,, , ,, ', .-, ,,, ,,, ,,,. --'', -,-- ,
The East sea and West sea rhyme on in her head, regard labor as the end of life. This would her friendship., ,arm and discrimointing in her attach- ... , .
Let none look at me indeed be slavery. When a man aims at some th r t m and doete ... ', ,, , 11
What art can a woman be good at? Oh, vain! worldly good as his portion, whether it be wealth, ' attention Her i ... ... ...
What art t 1.. : . but hurting her breast or honor, or power, or pleasure, and when he ... atry e '.. , ,
W ith the :.,.' .... . i babes, and a smile at the bends his whole being to its acquisition, he ' ', . .. ,. .,. h .. ...
Ah! boys,ihow you hurt! You were strong as enslaves himself. He may wear the garb of a a oth i'. .
you pressed, gentleman, his field of action may be the office, , pdt war exapo e m erecd eheihan whil- ." .
And I proud by that test. the study, or the street, but his soul is in fetters I .. .. i I i de ery children. Haor ea a member of the quar-
and hs ,flodeiep. to teet foferencega 56 or t7 yoers. There was so on- ,
What arts for a woman ? To hold on her knees and his lie is spent under the most grievous .. , , . ed ..
Both darlings! to feel all their arms round her oppression. We should perhaps not hsie strenhenedad refresher. , ., ", '
throat to call a man great, when we see him voluntarily great and protracted, but b : ,, ,, -
Cling, struggle a little! to sew by degrees, abandon the cultiva ion of his mind, forego the ndsubission oftae li id , I i, i , ,- ,I e -
And broaderr the long clothes and neatlittlecoat! enjoy nt ofthe filmily circle: nd deny himself miTurmring.nore -'r. ,, , ... ' th ... .
To dream and to dote. the blessedness of doing good, and when we ": "' ", ',i',,' ,, i .' ', .,. ,. ,', -'... .. .... ,- -
To teach thmi It stings there. I made them, further see him devoting body, soul, and spirit, . 1, deathlss s, .d
indeed, .time, talent, and all his resources to any secular. i. . ,,. of war-,
Speak plaintlb,. word "country." Itaughtthem, pursuit; but we should certainly place. that fren d eeed- r, fli..feandpalms .f victory iathe.,,.,
nodoubt,it c s n. P ft e fir ea ,, o d psoodise of God. r).J. Wtlson ',',, ,, .
That a country, iin en should die for at need, quality to his character under the triple idea of , C . PULL of the ,., of
,dpratdof ..dsabout a tyrant, a slave and a fool. ,, .. .." atce wee ft d tcL oNa, a ot of t e a F e B I lo, . . ,.-.
.ated fil...ry louat. The great point in the real business of life is to ,-, Ars inChattahooch o L hitheneAiswayl s homo on sick ifur s
And when their oyesflashed-O my beautiful eye ave a worthy obj i' t ie fan harei e s moniourrosly, ,. . I i, .. h son R of k ,- , 'h be , ..,. t, ~ lV.,oc
I exulted Nav, let them go forth at the wihee culture, int many sided fors,, -hrm; o ,-- ,- piously ' u i s er, t ,. .V,- M
Ofthegun,anddeniednot. Buttbhenthesurprise, and with strict reference to that object. The fall who '. .ict hone ... . ,, ..., , , .. .. ber of
When one sits quite alone! Then one weeps, performance of one duty, or the improvement i ,' ,,reomn ever' ,, , I h .
then one kneels! of one faculty, should constitute our recreation ay is great modesty and timidiy pventd ir- - . ,. ... r
-God! how the house feels! from other labors or studies. And different , ,, -, ., ,, ,
At first happy news came, in gay letters mailed processed may again be carried forward at the i .. ,. .. . ,'-,, ,', . .. .

They both loved me, and soon, coming home to be be employed in obtaining the things necessary r: : -
........ .......... .. i d 4h O' october 8, in the N- i'
In return would tan off every fly from my brow for the body, we may even amidst our secular y t. s. C.Conferenc died in her 55th year. in he New- . .. i n.- eJ.. '
With their gre a laurel bough, engagements, and fr'om tlem, derive nlch ,,., ,, -, e had been an acceptable and worthy member of the, .
mental and moral improvement. The very that he lov ,d God ". min , Church for the la-t thirty-five yeas. T
Then was triumph at Turin. "Ancona was free!" labor which brings the sweat to the brow, and di' (, uh y en e re id the and glory be w s lom at eaces and l obtruse ''. ATBCourTe fRESPCTn edH
And some oee caneoet of e the cheers the street procures the bread that porisithi, my also be w id ton tio is id od lo oe r or the nowmournso erle eos Peaceful sand nobtr tive min ,Oct.S, he fllwig es odedoepb
My Guid owa, dead !--I fell down at his feet, the means whereby in us patience shail have its lr .i ndrnd, nd he los ,t thi tie will1to mol "Now we see through ass darkl ." -Bu
While they cheered in the street. perfect work. Not only so, but the labor or our seriously fhlt by the Chur ll and the community W. he ', .. lie shus on h teon in eeton woth t h e feo ottht "T h ...r
hands moat always open to us so departmntH. '. mode otefavorableoisnpresion Upon her living house- i arwh will do right" soW would o disosedto e a
I boretl,-fr S Soothed me-my grieflooked t e dispose to
hebore ji-fri stila soothed me -my grief looked of the great Creator'a skill and goodiooess ,th e ls. Tv MAcSrMs, ware's a bornhe Aost r 1S, no io hold, lettito lher lieht -hine to hba praise of the tat Providencehiichhast akenhfrofonm us oar ch ae -
A therislu.B Italvy One bov remained inveatligltion of which may be beneficial alike ren. a d the In incoi tulr t in , . .- .... ,. iroth, iow nere o ,ain b a hox USielytoth e le
To be leante o. aud oalid lith, recalling the time in directing our own efforts and in exciting our , ,. onthe rtds teted ftto of those W W o. hem t delayed "all ti gs work together for
When the fi s r *W immortal, while both of us gratitude and love. The farmer who acquaints tat h, was cosecrated to ---- d M. . A. P.- In view of our great loss, and the high appreciafion in
strained himself with the structure and growth of plants, or more he as-converted a oind o. i , - oft W .'. -_ r d '"t r'
To the ,cgat he hal. gained. the varieties and different qualities of soil, or the o 'e'eplarnember to t nt., "*h .: e *. e
of ,e" ,rlnable, Uniform, osw' t-spiritod
Andletters still came -.' i.r ..1 ir ,, ..t phenomena of the atmosphere, or their i ofluence -le acted wellher part, in al the relatonso' ,_,, , ,, ,. ,. ,
otiotes cand ceibor, nd w heloved l'l .d. the n c -of lie ,dth.ioeelaednThatwhereby tender to the widootddhil-
Writ now but in one .... i .. ..... upon vegetation, may not only be a happier and ,, re. and nehbo,., s beloved lived the me of his death He was a amiable n s t e syteder o the widow and chi
One loved me for two-would be with me ere long: holier man for his information, but a more ' i i , .. .. nmpathies, and
And *Viv Italia,' he died for our saint, thrifty one too. And so with the mechanic, the to the D.,,i, ,et il'-he .i'ee fowed as river. It a ,., ',' , .. ps ered
mariner, and the tradesman. Chemistry and . , ,, 'r , .,. s a,t.
My Nanni would add- "he was safe and aware Astronomy, Geology, Botany and Zoology all ' ',' enour o t"i .'. lis been hi paor for S- ,P.E.
Of a presence 'hat turned off the balle-was im- invite us to lighten our labor by the aids which ,, ',' p years, an feel he rst from the perils, TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
It was Guido tlmself, who knewwhat I could bear, they suggest, and by the hallowed feelings which, , ... , iIi , .- d P,. .. iMepotaand m it
And how 'twas impossible, q ite dispossessed, in conjunction with the world's redemption,they .. 'Mahhere'.. ., , ,... ... ,,;.'-,., o soL.d d W ,e
To live on for the rest." tend to excite. iss before the throne. i I' .. .'. t '. V., who fell mortally
On which, without pause,p th telegraph line It will be readily admitted that an aptitude youngest ... .. ana
w epe t n e w s fro m G a et a ,- fo r su c h in te lle c tu al e ff o rts, a n d a r e lish fo r , ,; , ,f h , - '., ,, ". ;' .,. ,, w a t y h feh i s e
Shot. such enjoyments are only to begained by a cer- . .. . ,' .- ,. , .. .. pious teoacngashere
TeTe ttmoer: l-7 I ah! B"'t ir," min- tlan amount of leisure and expense. First i'he subjectofthis notice was endowed with an i i .. ... .all not see him again
ther-not "mine" principles must be understood, and the power person, a, , , d, which i I , ", ,', , .",1, ,,-..' ,'' rte his loss,as itcan-
No voice ays "My mother" gain to me. toreasonconclusively must oe acquired. Books, r ympath and
W hat! l n ,o .1. : ,., , -, his two litl e orphans,
You think Guio forgot? maps, and instruments will also have to be ,I .. ,, ,w i, ." ..-i his c-o l, p e ose
obtained. Yet, here are no insuperable diffleul- '''' .. .. I School, be givento
Are souls straight so happy, that, dizzy with ties. Let time be husbanded and redeemed , 3. hatt saving familybe served with a oopy of the
TheydropHeaven, conceive not of from ignoble purposes-for every moment is '' TaoeA~ Sco., Superintendent.
They drop h affetio, coniv not worth more than gold; let economy be prac7 , ,, ... . .. ,u Sec'y.
I think not. Themselves were too lately forgiven ticed, and even self-denial, in order to furnish ,, , TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Through the Love and the Sorrow which recon- the means for promoting scientific pursuits, and '' '" '"" I ', ' .... resolutions were recently adopted at the 4th
filed so the discipline thus exercised will become another , ... , ,, nnenuggeo c., Ala. Conf
The Above and elow our well being. I I ' t a th pleased our heavenly y rather to call away
e A an ow element of our well being. , iur dear brother, Riv. N. B. POWnLL, who has
O! Christ of the seven wounds, who lookedst The history of the past, and of our own times I, ... .. .. ... ',, d hiscounsels with us in thi our QuarteQr-
through the dark is replete with illustrations of true greatness, .'1 I
To the face of Thy mother consider, I pray, which owe their distinction as much to the S a. BIwatosoi dau-hter of James M. ... i i ',.,,' ; ',',i ,
How we common mothers stand desolate, mark, humble origin of the parties .concerned, and to ensm''th Gabiudoro di ed .st, Oso d' 18.62, aged 9 . .' ci uee
Whose sons, not being Christ's, die with eyes the difficulties with which they had to encoun- ., ,, pat
And no last word to say! ter, as to the force oftheir genius, the originality , That theabovetbe forwarded to the Soth'er,
of their conceptions, or the height of their ,. ; ChristianAdvocatsefor publication.
Bothboys dead but that's out of nature We all attainments. Such illustrations will doubtless W...... ... WA. P .... an d died nearoe toss s ..a Preacher in Chge P ing.
Have beenkpatriots, yet each house must always occur J...thReso md th , , ,, Seey.
keep one. occur again, though it is still more'likely that, R cmod ,, It ,- i., I ,. 1. I .." - ____--- W.-__,--*-.*- _____ *_,
'Twere imbecile, hewing out roads to a wall. from the facilities which'now exist, the march .l ....owards . . . .. .''' i-'.\ri 1 Ntlii,.. FEMAMLE COLLEGE.
And, when Italy's made for and it is done, of intelligence and self-culture will be more diensations of Divsn d A i . ... ..., i L'. ,**N
If we aenot a son general than formerly. He who aforetime which ro e toried, e.., .... i',: '" .'..." ; th. 'Sded Aeth
their. s o. I oddd to
Ah, ah, ah, when Gaeta's taken, what then attained to eminence from the ranks of the which render home ,. ... . , ,, 1.1. ". opening of
When the fair, wicked Queen sits no more at her common people was looked upon as i. .. 1 ,, ' ' ' '' .
sport ordinarily clever, but he who does no 1 . ... ... .. .. ... ,1, ", ' '* l.. t ueabv
Of the fireballs ofdeath, crushingsoulsoutofmen I tinguish him self for som e good qual, . , ,,, bi a . . P i , f.a.r . t.. .. : ...
When four guns of Carvalli, with final retort, tf inr sog u r .1 pupilr the of
Have cut the game short,- great danger of being thought pecul , ,' .. .. '' Il'. p b o e
HaveoL'ut the game short,- 1K,
or persistently indolent. It may be h I a I i I 1 W. je.o P.e.o, was born Oct. Ith, esta, a i ept..o--ew.
When Venice and Rome keep their now jubile, even in this fast age there is an : ..... ', nemonia, in t i TallahasseeJ .,,: LENNVLLE FEMAE COLLEGE
When your flag takes all Heaven for it's white, number who know how to unite pleasure with -- - - e. o, t i *' But before hl o i .. U The Fall and Winter Term wil ,, 1st,
When you have your country from mountain to bor, and toconsecrate secular duties to sacred ',. .. .. . i ... ... diedsoasd eels. The Sr o nd So Term wint opoe Febrary
son h v y r ute fo m ou ends.- Wesleyan e-. ,. t . Unli ke many, he th, ad, s C as e U sto18th .1863 .
When King Victor has Italy's crown on his head, __ , .. , o. dythe markl of the Lord annvlle, AlaPr
(And I have my dead,) ,, ,.. i , i ., i .. : ersation aright and walking in
Sy A i, L , , 1 1 t 1 , , i i ,t orfeetly seosible to the last; r r
What then ? Do not mock me. Ah! ring your TALLOW ANDLES EQUAL T STAR.-To two . ,, .. .. he could trust that God w R TY COLLEGE,N..-ALLTERM
bells low, pounds of tallow add one teacup full of good , ,,P ,w, :M ,', ,, ,sl in., , reply Ia "Sy trso io is shall h cIommenco e Atugust 20th.
pI. /'.l, i. .. ,. i. . .. ,.,'''n.Seto lees apon. Ieam ready We Shall have ate regular clssoes ad a fae l Feilrty.
And burn your lights faintly! -rMy country is strong ley from wood ashes, and simmer over a .,, ' i I I .I. , .. i Christ," and noao few minutes I' ' t ' '" '
there,I s ,. ,
Above the star, prickd by the last peak of snow slow fire-when a greasy scum will float ota top; ioradoi J.F U Qt.t od. '" I 5 ',,- I It _
MyIaoy'her, ath my bravescivipair, skim this off for making soap, (it is very near .. I' ... .' ... ' , I 'lI, __ '
To disfranchise despair. sop already,)o a long as it continues to rise. COLL',--T ,.E
Then mould your candles as usual, making the ' ,,, .,'... ,, I . ,
Forgive me. Some women bear children i wicks little smaller-and you have a pure, hard ,. ., h ', t Wed I . ,, e ler B .a d .- e fe
And bite bak t cry of their pain in self-scorn. tallow candle, worth knowing how to make- on a etofre.It is very desirable ht every pupil
But the birth paIigs of nations will wring us at and one that burns as long and gives a light , ,e,,, , I ,,, 1 . 11 , G. tonda rsras J. PEARCE, President.
length equal to sperm. The chemistry demonstrates :-. ,. ...e '' '.A1 .14-2, 0-.
Into mail sucn as this !-and we' sit en forlorn, itself. An ounce or two of beeswax will make VALUABLE PLANTATION FOR
When the man-child is born. the candle some harder, and steeping the wicks .' day l ,a .L.T o die i .... : ,. .
Dead! One of them shot by the sea in the West, in spirits of turpentine will make it burn some J o. i ..As died i Yor .. I -. .
And one of theo shot in the East by the sea! brighter, Josd Prtes TBOMA. B ,; ..... ' ", "'
Both !-both my boys! It in keeping the feast, bNW _____ndTLsd__________ ___ PsrKcrsn "mBartow .Baodw Co. .R , .'i , ... ..... i ' -
You want a great song for your Italy free, i.. .... ., died on ":, ",,, a... ., ... .
Let none look at mee! "I WISH I WERE RICH." '', ",, ' .. ", Septl-3-a
, ,. ,.','. 1 '. ',, ,, pi-I ,-a
"I wish I were rich, I would buy everything," ,,c',', '.' ,".',' ,',' .'. came homeland w' as re" eins --on hsJ. N. ROBSO N,
cried Charlie. . ... , '' he died. (tans asB C a roson,)
. ,. i ..,I ,, , tr .. -_, saythathie . . ACn M a..
LABOR CONDUCIVE TO MENTAL IM- "The sun, moon and stars ?"' inquired Wil- ,- -. I" .'h ,seda COMMIseIO N. M EB CHANT,
PROVEhENT. i r. ", ... ,, .' ... ..... .... .. AYo. 62 East Bay, Calertston, S.
Labor is, to every member of the. human "No; everything that can be had for money." ... ... ,. | HmoAN Coa cr died iTalbot co ,- Ga, Sept. 25th,. in hisa pAR-TIoULAR -ATTENTION GIVEN
family, a constitutional requirement. There is "That's not happiness," said William. oI .. .. ... I sr r. X- .o*- .. roI myo the apO o WHEATbse IFLOUR, CORN &cAnd
not only work for every one to do, but both "Get your hat, Charlie, and come with me to o..... , .- .' , i- . .. Ie an t .e f B giving sasm iBoCion. o
body and mind are dependent for their full Mr. Morrison's," said his father. PhI. .. . s r, h W t W B. Smi a Esq., Pres. Union BankHon.
',..: She Paordee.aPi p. P ng, Augusta, Cs. A. Cooper, Etowah,
development upon its diligent performance. "Oh please not, papa, he is such a disagreea- -' ' i *.EwingEq" Na ' 1 ,. my ashvill, Tenn.
An idler's existence is assimilated tosomelower ble, miserable old man, with his cross looks and '.... y .. .' "yantici i 0. C.A. GRAESER. A. SYDNEY SMITH
classification of life than that which belongs to gouty foot, hobbling about and groaning." ," ,"A'' ". ,' "' ; . '- I SER & SMITH,
humanity. A tree or a shrub lives, but it does "I think you would like to live with him 1" ' ,' if
not move, nor are its functions performed volun- said his father. I' a '"T- ,, "' ndM. : j' 0., -ee PaaMEIR ANT R I
tarily or with sensation, An inferior animal also "I, papa? I would rather live down in a I ------- _- FORWARDINGWhar charCeton Ta
lives, and is the subject of will and of sense, but coal-pit a ar-,* -, '[s CARa R. Daiesa died e at Grahm's T OOt 6a Central s Whr Charleta o, So. A.
ola robiseeeseoldSykea snezscs.-Messns. J. raiser& Co, Charleston. Messrs
it has no reason, and therefore performs its "With him you would have all that can .. W,-. ,, esooaref C' h, ,:s b o "' 1W aimas &C .,oChasoiM rmsFi sher, Agn
functions solely with the view-of preserving its bought with money." be '" ., ,Whenuear herendpshe was askedher fradt to w JT. olomonsmbia& Co.,b er.e K E Caamde
existence, or gratifyingits appetites and passions. "I recant, I see it won't do," said Charlie. Wo an answers thoe adfirmativ was s to b T oa given. r er. t N Co. A uea. css.
But "aman'slife consisteth notin.the.abundance Health cannot be bought." .wneen.. he di hewhihegaatctory ied in peace. Apf&., tdN
But "aman'slifeconisteth not in thaaundance ",,Health cannot be bought." tinsjla.ea, 1 s). snd she died in peaeo. &Pril 25.

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