Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: December 13, 1867
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Macon (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bibb County (Ga.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
Additional Physical Form: Also on microfilm: Athens, Ga. : University of Georgia Libraries.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Volume ID: VID00063
Source Institution: University of Florida
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a little nearer to the nerves; and then as heat,
thirst, and fever rack the body, another gentle
turn, and another age of torture; and then one
more advance of the spikes toward the vitals,
till death comes on, and then the maiden un-
folding her arms, drops her victim through a
trap door, dean, down, down into unknown
depths. We drop a pebble, and hear the faint
splash of waters far beneath."
Under the shadow of our churches, in Protes
tant lands, there is everywhere this iron maiden
disguised in beautiful robes, crowned with flow-
ers, and attended with bewitehing music. Her
name is Pleaszue. So gently does the demon
that destroys, turn the mechanism of death upon
the victim, that this attractive maiden embraces
the debauchee, the inebriate, the gambler, the
worldling of whatever dominant human passion,
with gradual ruin, infusing from every poisoned
point of contact the delirious delight ofsin; and
he laughs, or smilesor sings, while the iron en-
ters his soul. On every hand, we see the signals
of the hastening death upon the faces of young
and old. Each moment from the maiden'sarms
her vietials drop into the abyss where billows
have no shole, and beneath which there is no
The "plash" of the fall is not heard in time

ooptebbeble from a humdan hand was ever thrown
Boware, devatee of the world, lest the fascina-
ting maiden whose master spirit "goeth about as
a roaring lion, seeking whorn he may devour,"
but whose voice is muffled to your ear, pierce
you with her concealed and delusive instruments
of death, until you awaken in the swift descent
to the depths of woo. In the arms of Christ alone
can you escape this doom -American Alesses

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The n eo dE a ocAb e e to re-

porT e cause of Education is, in a measure, the
ca of ChrisedepeH afgukindreeadha 1 rand

Hf ul jr2 ub anme v e o e

ind ubstantialpatronageof enlightened
It is the pride of Southern Methodism that
she has not been indiferent to the intellectual
training of her children; but as her numbers
have multiplied and her wealth increased, she
has promptly established Seminaries of Learn-
ntan al ad i be ityne
anrate with her resources*
Your Committee are gratified at the intelli-
gence conveyed through referred communica
tions and otherwise-that, notwithatanding the
political unrest of the country, and the pinch*
ing penury of the people, our Conference Insti-
tions are already rehabilitated and dispenalog as
a tified learnlug.
I .. .. . .1 i ..= .s we would no-

ed]or1th eNarnishe has been the chief an
of our Church. 1 L young i
fund to be v prowne us. who r no est
r. In . gr -..i

shared in the opulence of her contributions.
your Committee 1 II .. _
te accomphshed I .2 1 .4,
College, we congratulate the Conference and the
Connection upon the securement of his able and ;
experienced successor, Dr. L. M. Smith. 1
Assuming the Pr the indications, no auguries of success were
ventured even by the most sanguine, he has re.
adjusted the College, secured a large and remu-
nerative patronage, and inspired her friends
wsth hopes of anoreassag prosperity. Your
Committee are also pleased to chronicle the
election of Rev. J O. A. Clarke, an able minis-
ter and thorough scholar, to the Professorship
of Latin.
In view of the losses sustained by the ( I
lege during the recent disastrous struggle and
as co operating with the Plan already anaugura
ted for the endowment of r
pectfully recommend the is /t -
lowmg resolution:
Resolved, That the North Georgia Conference
heartily endorse the action of the Board of
Trustees in organizing an "Eudowment Associa
tion" for Emory College, and that we will give
it the and of our tailuence and advocacy.
Your Committee are impressed with the im
portance of a more comprehensive and sobolarly
training for our young ministers. And while
they urge nothing in disparagement of the
Course of Study required for membership an
the Conference and Ior orders-for its adapted-
neas to theltinerancy isanquestioned-yet they
suggest as auxiliary to this Course the establish-
ment of a Chair of Theology, and proffer the
* ii -
is ir Board of Trnatees of
Emory College be advised to establlah as early
as convenient a Professorship of Biblical and
Theological Literature
The reports reaching your Committee from
are cheering. And we may be permitted to say
that, under the Presidency of Dr. Juo. M. Bon-
nell, we could not expect them to be otherwise.
By a well arranged curriculum, faithful instrue-
tion and wise discipline, and by the exercise of
a proper but unsectarian rehgtous influence, the
Wesleyan has become, parexcellence, the College
of the State. In despite of monetary stringen-
ey, 131 pupils are in attendance. And we think
is should be recorded to the honor of the Facul-
ty that 30 of this number receive instruction
gratuitously. We submit the following:
Resolved: That the Wealayan FemalaCollege
at Macon (now the 30me property of the two
Georgin Conferences) deserves our highest com-
mendation, and the Conference earnestly appeals
to the public to sustain the College by a hberal
patronage . .
Your Committee Invite invite attention to
This Institution has had varied fortunes.-
The original building was destroyed by fire. A
praiseworthy attempt has been made to rebuild,
but the war interrupting, the structure is yet
unfinished. In view of its embarrassments and
for prudential reasons, the College was placed
the past year under the control of Rev. J. F
Cox, of the Baptist church, an experienced
teacher, aided by competent assistants from the
Methodist and other communions. It may now
be considered an Institution not denominational,
but entirely deservingof patronage.
YourCommitteehave comideredthememorial
of Rev. J T. Lin, Principal of the HILLIAnn
1NsTITUTE, (for boys) at Forsyth, Ga, asking
for the Institution a Conference relation. Bro.
Lin is a qualified Instructor, the school well-
located and efficiently oificered. Your Commit-
tee submit the following:
Resolsed, That the North Georgia Confer-
ance accept the tender of Hilliard Institute and
cordially commend it to public confadence and
All of which is respectfully submitted.

Constitution of Edneational society. this great interest, Indeed, the claims of abo
The special Committee to consider the pro. Publishing Houseweresso eloquently and faci-
priety of forming a society for the Education of bly presented by Dr.-Bedford on the door of tb*
Young Men who propose to enter the Itinerant Conferencethstawfortsooarlpare to strength.
Ministry beg leave to report: en has masterly argument we d be like an at.
That they regard the formation of such a Bo tempt to gild reined gold.
elety as not only expedient but imperatively de- It is, however, to be deeply deplored, that ip
minded by the necessities of the eburch, and our own as well as an ther branches of the
recommend the adoption of the following Con- Churob of Chris there as Jet as just appre-
stitution, oistion of the value of the Press ass co-ordipate
Ant. 1. This Society shall be known as the agency with the pulpit in the evangelisation of
North Georgia Conference Educational Society the world; that while the secular Preap by its
Ant. II. The object of this Soelety is to at persistens activity, and its vast ability has won
ford condary aid to young men in order to on both of the great continents of our globottle
their pbtaining an edneation preparatory to the ntle of the Fourth estate--that the strictly re-*
work of the itinerant ministry, an the M. E. agions press is oireamsoribed in italehence by
Church, South, the want of so earnest and generous patronage,
Aar. III. All applicants for aid to be recom- It will not do to shut our eFes to the trath that,
mended by the Presiding Elder and Quarterly while the Church is asleep as to this matter the
Conference of the circuit, station or mission of enemy soweth tares. That from all the great
which they are members and selected by a ms. entree of population there no lowing a contino-
jority of the members of the Soolety present one stream of literature, which by refuezog 9
and voting by ballot at a regular Annual Meet, recognize the distinctive trutheof the Gos 1,
ing. gradually but steadily unsettling the fast set
No member shall vote on an applicatica for corrupting the morals of thousands and tens
aid who has not paid up his annual installment of thousands of our race.
Members may vote by proxy, but their writ- Thts eval tendoney most me counteraeted-
ten consent must be furnished to the Seeretary of but it may be doubted if there to any available

thebS 1 7. c AJl a lichaeionadfor)ai1e tohie rteT *1 ims oT he a bordian be Press
in writing. No oral statement shall be heard. taught not only in our creeds and eatechisms to
Ana. IV. All members of the North Georgia be conned in the nursery and the Babbath school,
Conference shall become members of this Society but it must imbne the History and the Poetry
by the payment of $3 annually. Other person of the Age. Facts must be scattered broad-
shall become members by the payment of five me through the haunts of vice, and along the
dollars anually. Life members shall be consti- great thoroughfare of travel-the Bible must
tuted by paying at one time the sum of $50. be placed in the cottage of the lowliest mechan-
ART. V. Whenever any Presiding Elder's to and the cabia of the humblest farmer. Our

exemu ve abontron of all funds contributed by the r hof npe yeh id Ab e all ur wee
Ann VI. The officers of this Society shall be so r e b snhdousands, where now they can

on a f e ne be enh rC atomi ri 1 r

ei leasball each ve a r id t m8e and o earer"her a Christian duty--"on no.

Dba et Soci held during the sessiono tr amoeme a the jrft teek

an it 0 elan a 1 at a de r ela 8
draw allordt olanddereofhere contatitueo p ra as tre ro si rkv o

ciety and an a greatmeasure mould the polioyd Osh-
Ana. VIII. WheneverDistrictushallfailtoform inets, and guide the deliberations of Legisla--
District Societies, then all funds collected within tures and Congresses.
their bounds shall be paid to the Treasurer of the The allierency too of the pulpit would be eag
Conference Society mented a thousand fold, and the Lataser day

tieMhal li'Ch Contf enal a d ae ChPu dwj tutdainu5ei8e 6 to Tr
schools as they may deem proper for the appli- peateoostal gift of tongnes which God bestowed
cant for aid to attend. on the Apostolie Church.
Au. X. Eachapplicantforaidshallberequired We feel is due also to our own highly prized
to give the Treasurer from whom he may receive Southern Christian Advocate, to commend it
funds, his note for all money so received, anew to the patronage of ourministersand mem-
ble six years after date, with interest, frompd a bars as highly deserving of their contin
and acreditof one hundred dollars entered there- cordial couldence and enpport;
on for every year said recipient shall travel as an Let as then deveatly savoke God's blessing
itinerant preacher in the Methodist Episcopal on the publishmg antereste of the Church and
Church, South, either under the direction of on those good men and true who are charged
the Presiding Elder or Bishop; Provided with the duty of its management.

m a e nufb breeQi eerTnedieskoren Southern Christian Advocate.
note shall be cancelled. The Report of the Committee concludes with
Ana. XI. No part of the funds collected by the following resolution:
Society, or any of the District Societies. Resolved, Thatinourson egationsMonthly

wise appropriated, save to defray the actual edn- the Advocate by the presentation of its olaima.
national expenses of such benefiesaries as are
hereinbefore provided for. Surp us funds my REPORT ON THE BIBLE.
be invested in such interest-bearing securities The committee appointed on the Bible anb-
as the Soelety may direct mit the following report:
Wayman H. Potter, President, W. F. Cook, They deem is annecessary to say anythingin
Secretary, Jno. T Norris, Treasurer, were elee- relation to the importance in circulation the
ted oilicers of the Soelety, under the above Con- Holy Boriptures The recognition of their value
stitut to Protestant Christianity, to eivil and religious
libertyand to intelligent piety, is so universal as
Report on Books and Periodicals* te leave no room for argument or illustration,
The Committeeon Ttooksand Periodicalehave We need only to admit to the continued par-
had under consideration the several matters and tial destitution which exists within the bounds
cr., 1, .1 1 sur body, and re. of tbia Conference, occasioned in part by the
.. ., Report: casualtiesof warby the;unprecedented peculary
, , , ,,, ] .1.. distress which has existed ainee the peaceand
.. 3 by the absence or inaction of organizations to
pr< pec st mar Pubt shing Houseat Nashri e procure and distribute copies ofutphe Bible, al-
ly furnished, or ready to be a plied on casy
... s by the American Bible Society Your
vi 3 s.nistee have no data by which they can so-
Havin een thoroughly canvassed and maturely curatelyentimate this destitution, but there can
r, ,, E- 1, as -- --- be re- be no question that it instal very great.
g as . a I .. I . = r abro- The American Bible Society has abundantly
leet ju- justified the confidence expressed in is by this
dicious omeers to adonnister its affairs, and to Conference at its last meeting. During the war
hold them to a rigid accountability for the faith- it donated to the Southern States and to the
fulness of their administration, soldiers of the Confederate armies, over 30,000
We are gratified to say that the Financial ex- volumes, and has continued to the im-
hibit which accompanies the Annual Statement poverzehed people of the South its generous bec.
of the able and indefatigable Book Agent, Dr. efactions to the present time, having sent to the
Redford, warrants the belief that this great in- State of Georgia alone during the last two years,
terest of the Church is committed to the control 80,000 volumes for sale and gratuitous distribu-
of men who are prudent, yet enterprising in tion. The agent, Rev. G. J. Pearee, with the
their business management. No better proof of approval of the Society, has not attempted to
this could be desired than the fact that despite solicit contributions to its treasury, but has con.
the monetary pressure amounting almost to a fined his operst one toan atten pt to arouse theBi.
commercial crisis, which marked the past year, ble Societies existing in the cities and towns of
that the exhibit shows a net balance of profits the States to greater no .r.* su - .. I.1 .
for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1867, of six- of others, and to the g i.* .e I is I
teen thousand three hundred and seventy-four tribution at all the large commercial points, and
dollars and fifty-seven cents at many of thosecond and third class chies and
It is proper to keep in mind, however, that towca,
an enormous debt of seventy thousand dollars Want of means has prevented any attempt at
still burdens the Publishing House, and serious- a general system of Colportage by which alone
ly embarrasses its operations. It is of the farat it is though all the deatatute can be reached and
necessity that this debt be speedily extinguish- supplied,
ed. For it is morally eerrain that unless this With the close of this year the agencyof the
incubus is removed it must sooner or later bring Rev. Mr. Pearce terminates, and for the next
about disastrous results to our whole publishing year the Rev. R. H. Luckey, will be the agent
interests. We would, therefore, suggest that of the American Bible Society for the States the bench of Bishops at their approaching An- Georgia and Florida. Repeating the assurance
nual Session, devise some plan by Agency or of undammashed confidence in the object, plan,
. Otherwise, to monomplish th s important object, and action of the Society he represents, we
Meanwhile we recommend the preachers, as far warmly commend the agent Rev h.F. Luckey
as practicable, to accept the plan of the Book to the kindness and christian liberality of our
Agent already communicated to the Conference people.
Let every preacher purchase sixty dollars' Without presuming to indicate the line of
worth of our own pubbeations and dispose of policy the agent should pursue, your committee
them within the bounds of his circuit or station are of the opinion that the time has come, when
or mission. This, if it should fail to satisfy agentspastora, and friends of the Word of Life
these liabilities, will at least greatly mitigate should appeal to those who are able, consistently
the present distress and prepare the way for with other olaimsto makecontributioustospread -
their ultimate extinction, the word of God yet more extensively. Anzili.
T ..- ] e- the Periodicals now issued at ary Bible Societies should wake up to active,
al .11 .. I i = .. E li I arch- energetic and systematic efforts to supp y the
the Christi:.. 1. .. 1 to e. I Visi- destitute throughout their respective fields. Let
tor-we are happy to state that they are both all wbo admare or prize the Bible, who realiseite
eminently deserving of our hearty and united precious truths in their hearts, give it free course
support. Dr Summers is a man without a pear -that God may be honored-the world enlight-
in his special department. He is wise in coun- ened-and the people saved.
eil and energetic in action, and is at once the Tour commitee deem it proper to mentionia
Ulysses and the Ajax of our Militant host. We terms ofgrateful acknowledgment the contribu-
rejoice especially at the unprecedented prosperi- tion of live thousand copies of Tearament and
ty of the Sunday.sehool Visitor We learn, Psalms by the Pennsylvania Bible Society for
however, more than one-third of its subscriptions gratuitous distribution in the Southern States
expire in the present month. Let these sub. The termination of the agency of the Rev. G.
scriptions be promptly renewed and let other be J. Pearce, affords a fit oceasson to express the
obtained until our Sabbath-sehools are blessed high estimate which the Conference places upon
with its regular visitation. his services ra that position which he has so long
With reference to a revival of the Monthly held, and whose duties he has so faithfully dis-
and Quarterly publications which were suspend- charged.
ed during the late sanguinary war, we shall offer In view of the magnitude and importance of
no advice, leaving the whole subject to the god., the work,- ] : e., .ge.; = r = e- .-rp.. and
ly judgment of those who have the matter an Florida ; .r ,*,.anner a =--731-19 -- ,,.--c ris.r
hand. the Bishop be requested to solicit from thy
It is questionsble whether any good purpose American Bible Society, the appointment ofah
would be subserved by a studied appeal in this agent for the tqrritory within the North Georgik
report to our ministers and laity in behalf cy a Conference alone, and in case thse in found to on




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attempts to cultivate one hundred neres with al so solerun a service mangled and mutilated by get at the child as impossible. Every moment
gg 1 ][ Ol$. horse fed on grase, rather than thirty acres well. an inexperienced and incompetent administrator. increased his danger. The roaring and crack-
manured, with a fat, eleek, well-groomed horse In reference to exchange of pulpit, it comes fingof the flames, the fallingbricksalmostmade
-able and willing to work wherever and when- with a good grace from the pastor of a large the father despair. If he shouted, could the
"MINIB'1'RY NOT PAID-WEYP" i ever hitched. Where is the wisdom of whis church to propose an interchange to his brethren child understand t In agonyof soul, the father,
I cling down Methodium to the little end of no. whose churches are smaller than his, as they wsth stentorian voice, shoute to the buy to jump
unr so usu.. influence-in-soesety, by compelling Itinerants to might feel some difEdence in proposingit them- and he will catch him in his arms; not to fear,
In the Advocate of Nov. 22dI seean article preach to a sleepy congregation of three or four selves. Such courtesies are "lovely and of good he will aave him. The little fellow recognizes
with the above caption, written by on Layman." sisters every day in the week, merely to keep report," and tend greatly to promote kindness his father's voice, though the denseness of the
With your permanaton, I propose to notice a few the Jan preacher busy! and concord among the Churches. crowd collected in the streets prevented him
of hk complained, and answer some of his ques- I be eve, with Dr. Pierce, in the consolida. It is not considered very good manners to piek seeing his fkther's fuee. Full well he knows that
tsona. tion of these little societies into large central one's teeth, and spit about in a drawing room; his loving father had never broken his promise,
And in the outset, let me assure "Layman" churches. Let them each contain at least one yet we knew a minister who indulged in these and surely now, in this time of imminent peril,
that I ato not an itinerant preacher taktog up hundred members. Let each have preaching things in the pulpit, much to the annoyance of he will not-he cannot. Such were the boy's
the defense of the mimetry, but simply an has every Sabbath by the Pastor or local preachers; his well-bred parishioner. It is not very genteel thoughts as he takes one tremendous leap into
ble Steward in the churchwl.. .-u. and let the Instle meeting houses be used for to chew tobacco anywhere; but few tobacco r..i .. - -1 -i .1, 1..1. .L ..
I. I objeak to "Layman's .el I prayer-meetings, and preaching at nights during obewere, we believe, are prepared to defend its 1 ...I r -- but r 1 a e...s.
and injudicious, even at his assumptions, cher the week. use in the pulpit. It is not polite-and does had he hesitated, he would inevitably have been
goe and reasoning were good-which I do not I tell you my honest opinion, brother "Lay- not look very devotional-for ministers to sit swallowed up in the raging flames. There was
admit. Had has sensure been reserved for the man," the ministry are unpaid, not because while the hymn is sung-unless in cases of no question about kinds of faith-nor doubt
beginning of the Conference year, it might not they have not suf5cient work, but beeanse they fatigue-and it is nearlyor quite as questionable about whether hebeltered or no-or seeking for
have done much harm; and, perhaps might how men, gold, dready than they can culti. to be turning over the leaves of the Bible, in, the fruits of faidi, such as gratitude and love,
have stirred up some lasy preacher to exercise , ,, . 2 "They that preach the stead of joining in that delightful part of the as his warrant fdr believing. His father was
more seal and industry; but coming at the close gospels are not permitted "to live of the gos. worship of God. "Let all things be done de. able and willing to save-his father's promise
of the year, it will only robthe oor half starved pet" l erily, the people need enlightening on cently and in order, was sure, xt could never deceive him; he be.
Itanerants of what little the towards would the duty of paying "tithes and offering We lived, and was safe in his father n arms.
have collected for their support. If the Iriner- have no systematic lan of Christian beneve-- ---- What a confusion of thought there is here,
ants in "Layman'n" section have been remiss in lence. Men give ft ty cents who could easily when one speaks of believing in Christ, hoping

dalb. let him parefett ar es)atthheA opu I obu ivedo r h heH sthe ministerh j ('hrid, an en trying a se e d because
ference, let him memorialize that body in the Lastly, "Layman" advises Itinerant ministers .11 the while never
proper way; but I earneatly protest against a to enlarge their fields of labor at the ensuing UNCERTAINTY -. me .1 II : 1 endeavoring,
newspaper article furnishing a stingy, money- Conference. I have not bought a new Discip- .. 0 varnan, hear t stan assurance
loving laity with any more excnees for starvzng line in the last air weeks, but it strikes me that of Ilia reconciliation, by the performance of all
thelr passers all year long, and then sending the next Annual Conference will be composed that God is entitledto from His creatures! Who
them off to Conference with even aseautyallow- partly of laymen. Will "Layman" let me is Christ? and is He thesinner'shopeand trust 7
ance unpaid. Did he know that his imprudent amend his instructions. Please instruct the He is the Son of God, whool the Father in love
censure of the ministry cannot possibly remedy Lay Delegates to go back home and payup their sent into the world, that whosoever believeth on

prod 4 in thean mke f thm thhurch thtattale nue TICKLE GIZZARD. 100 rtheNao epwh ande g he ie-

unr e as eone see saBultle ticannoewhed:e From the Nuhrale Adveents. mi ** Christ and yet seeking peace in one s own love

e bemu, r e th ve dde e td rs A mini tr hg a gTrT esta us to who win fo r e. th'and son bbr eand yet What is a meani

di e re e a man obe nation are qui e der teess paragraphktro PulpitmEt que e no ee- in13 pose that non otflicial in adpSateactof laighdrust

eone ech hanaez nm astoor- heis 8 1 siastical Cheeberfloeld to e 1,natnh aschaely meas efaulter inTa lean a tahil>uedre

,ttl.,.x ..he / howoHoeddepbr h ek to te elRm e ,mas Ananon names e at n ai lo ly p imhsh nM ot

y7arbkbe phldsilepereachestwi orthrice nuder anycircume utoe n tdr ref 1 r inist ade 2a ke, hiade leatifonjtbbuot souf hare
night, makes frequent pastoral visi during the men. gave such securities for his future fidelity, that
weqk, and opends the red of his time in reading, It strikes us, for instance, that a minister of the President was persuaded to continue him in
shadying, ete, preparing for the pulpit on Sun. age and standing would naturally take a little the ofBee. Suppose, now, that the defaulter, in
day. But I suppose "Layman" would call this pains to make an inusperienced brother feel at ignorance of all this, should go to the President
nos more than half work. Would "Layq ease in his pulpit. A few kind, assuring words and confess all, and plead for forgiveness with

mhan' havenadPastobhave the ove sight f so n would qcuies y trepida ibe 'ht n e if "I Kave at not abm BaKe P'oan I know apprent contrition and the promise of restitu.
or else devote all the time, not actually engaged otherwise experience. There are many ways A correspondent writes, It is seven yeare Your promise of restitution is vain," says
in the palpit, to secular pursuite to help pay his of letting a congregation nee that the visitsug since I firac hoped in Christ, but never during the President, a the sum is too large 3 you could
ealary ? hardly as enlightened a view of a pas. brother is respected by the pastor doci, and this all these years have I known surely that I was a never make it up. But I arn happy to tell you
tor's duties as 1 think a circuit-rider's horse will give his favor in the eyes of the people. ohild of God. I have tried to serve Him be- that your promise is needless, also; for your se-
ought to have. One who occupies another manister's pulpit cause I believedis right to do so; heeause Ibe enrity has already paid the whole amount. He
Again says "Layman," "Our circuits have should ascertain his method of condneting pub lived His right to the love and obedience of all has also secured your forgiveness. I have told
four appointments each, and by monthly Sunday lic worship, and conform to it; while, on the His creatures; because I believed Him worthy him that I will not only pardon you, but restore
gr *.*rs.. e, it ra ] -, a = e . .... 1. . .1 ..,, r 1. 1 I II .. you to your oZee, to which you may now return,
--Mar on.-.. n r .r. 2, i - ." ., ? and you will never be reproached for the past.>'
ar..- .<.1 I .e it a 0 L .: .... 5 .r . *, Overwhelmed with she unexpected favor, the
"E*. a., ... =.w .2.; 11 .. . ...I . .- a l. man goes out and innuediately begins to say:

L .. /. rk 7 1,., tr.ub.r'.to t b p ---" 2 1 = s - 5; t' :' sa in -- is [ could believe it."
a blig IItters qiqhfasurer be .pl .. sp book, ..ach as at .0.* .,r t..- ., a .. .. 2 . II ... ,, .,, a a bad been said about
r p. Insub agf the. anadlig enedund br..f r qpr re... q, ..,, ar I

strong and healthy, but leave the weak andlarne perform divine service. So with regard to the be the expression of evangelical ideas of -1 as Insta tent
and sick to lie down and die7 time occupied. If a brother from the country, First, there is the expression a hoped in a
"The fault is yours" (the preacher%), says where a long sermon is expected, should preach Christ," which is a very common one amonR an enews hi lea: Have patience with me
"Layman," "if you do not have sufficient work in the city, where, as there are two or three professing Christians; and what does it mean f and I will pay thee all." The President might
to employ all the time in preaching." "The sermous with other services on every Sunday, Those who use it are either believers or unbe- reply: The trifle you send as an instalment on
Conference is an assembly of preachers who ar. each discourse is comparatively short, he ought slivers. If they are believers, then they have the amount of a hundred thousand doFnts is in.
range the work to suit themselves." 1 .;1, 4,,i Other hand it is God's word for it that they a I. 1 but it is still mo ultin that
Does "Layman*'insinuate thatchelazy preach. -- Ir the pastor sit- things, that they are child I * I ., , speak of paying t bt w en I hyou
ers lay off easy tasks for themselves, and then ., *I s I 1 -" al h*s watab, or look everlasting life; and what they are nod have told you that it is already paid. Have I not
lounge about, doing nothing, and yet expecting anxiously at the church-clock, during the ser- cannot be spoken of as objects of hope. If they already toldyouthatyourpardon is secured, and
the good, plous, industrious latty feed them and soon, thereby telling the congregation that he is are unbelievers, they are condemned already, that you have only to return to your post ?"
their families ? Does he think that a preacher tired of it, and wishes the preacher would close. and the wrath of God abideth on them; and Oh! yes," says the wretched man, "I have
ought to ride a circuit of three or four conties If that is reprehensible in the pow, how much what have they to hope for in that edition ? hope in my securny, and must not question the
preaching night and day so that his family may more so 2n the pulpit? The believer, indeed, has a hope in Christ; but President's veracity and generosity; but how
be supported by one member in every ten pay. The feelings of preachers are sometimes hurt, what is it? It is not a hope that be will some can I know that Ibeliever how can I know that
ing a dime? If so he has indeed elevated uo. when the pastor at the close of the sermon, calle day be justified, but being justified by faith my debts paid ? or that lampardoned? Have
* tions of a pastor's duties and obligations, and for the doxology, or pronounces the benediction we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus patience with me, and I 11,
certainly believes in a cheap gospel. without the hymn or prayer. It may be proper Christ; by whom, also, we have access into this And thus he goes on 1 s., a 2 ..1-
Query.-Do you reckon, Mr. Editor, that sometimes thus to close one's own service; but grace wherein we sta a ... ing a new petition for pardon, and accompany-
"Layman" ever prays for the Lord to send more a young and sensitive minister would take itas a the glory of God." I. . = 11 .. ing it with the installment qf three cents, ac-
laborers into His vineyardwhile he is laying of hint that he had bored the pastor, and perhaps some day become a child of God; but: Now knowledging the debt of a hundred thousand
such extensive fieldsof labor and imposing such the congregation tooif it were done afterhe had are we the sons of God; and it doth not yet dollars, and -:.. .1 .-7 Have a-
heavy burdens upon one reached preached. It may be the case, too, that he had appear what we shall be, but we know that when tience with n = all Bput
III. Next, we notice syman'a"lazypreach- selected a hymn to answer as a kind of perora He shall appear, we shall be like Him, for we insulting as this coo act would be; worse than
ers. The first, "On Sunday morning would tion to his discourseand then its omission would shall see Him as He is. And every r ... In the President a veraci-
come down on the cars-be met at the depot by mangle the cultus, which otherwise might hath this hopein Him (Christ) puriflett r... I as well as insulting as
a good (1) brother and carried to his appoint. be perfect. A competent minister endear- as He is pure." it would be to continue to send daily a three-
ment-would preach, go back to the depot, and ors to adjust one part of the service to the other This is thehope-"hope of theginryof God;" cent fractional currency note, even this would
return home; to be seen no more till next Sun. so that in harmony of all the parts the greater but how can any one rejoice in it who is notjus- be far too favorable a representation of the state
day-spent a part of one ortwodaysinanrvey- effect may be secured tified? Can one who is condemned rejoice in of the case between God and the professing
ing the people, and yet claimed at their hands Great courtesy ought to be shown to aged hope of the glory of God? This is the hope- Christians of whom wespeak. We must fur-
a support for himself and family!" Then, asks ministers. Sonse of them have done good ser- no mere human probability, but we know that ther suppose that even that insignificant note
"Layman," "What better right had he to a sup- voices pioneersof the Church. They never had when He shall appear we shall be like Him;" which he sends is a counterfeit; and, therefore
port from the church, than that local brother perhaps the advantages of intellectual culture and how can any onabave "this hope in Christ" the very act of sending it is the commission of
who reached one or two sermons each Sab- thich are afforded to our young ministers, and who is not already a son of God 7 Can tbo a new and more heinous crime. This is your
bath ?" their preaching may not be very attractive. In children of the devil cherish the hope, and ease, professing Christian. Your endeavors,
Stop, brother "Layman," let me cross-question soaxe few eases they may be a little querulous or "know that when Christ shall appear they shall which practically deny the record which God
you a little-now deal fairly-you believe in testy; they may scold, croak, and complain that be like Him ?" has given un concerning IIis Son; your services,
"fairness." Didn't that preacher live outside the present race is degenerate, "the former days But is its possible thing for those who assume whiob, in themselves imperfect, are offered as a
of his work because there was no comfort- were better than these;" they may challenge the Christian name, and who lay claim to the substitute for the righteousness of God which is
able parsonage provided in the bounds of more attention than they have a right to claim; privileges of the Christian, and who profess to by faith in Christ, and which are offered in dis-
the work ? Didn't he come down on the cars they may be prolix and rambling in their dis- serve God, to go on from year to year without trust of the love which has made Christ unto us
for want of a horse--a mere matter of necessity courses-in a word, they may not have learned knowing whether they are children of God or wisdom, and righteousness, and sanctification
and economy to himself and people ? Didn't he "to grow old gracefully"-but, for all that they children of the devil ? The distinction is not and redemption, are base counterfeits. And ha
come down and return on Sunday, because that ought not to be treated with I-- --. r I. ... r : 1difB ean on seek amon at them for the fruits of
good brother would not spare time to carry him leet. In this case, too, if we or as I a. .11 .1. q ] .1 z . not faith or expect eithe pardon or the assurance of
to thedepoton Monday? Did any Uood brother be on the side of courtesy. The Mosale precept so trivial as to leave it a matter of indifference. ardon from that whieb nothing but the race
offer a nice horse and buggy to that lazy preach. Lev. zix. SS, is certainly adapted to all ages and We do not wonder at their uneasiness. How pf God through the bloodof Christ can pardon ?
or to enable him to spend two or three days in climes, and should be specially observed by ..... 1 .r .. ,, ] .... Ir 1 i ..r "I have never known that God was reconciled
enoh week in visiting the members of his youngministersinregard to their seniors, "Thou 1 1.. . .- s Ia ...' to me;" and yet roless to believe the
charge? aba]t rise up before the boary head, and honor devil? Reader, to which of these two families pelwhich testille aspGod beseeches on tgo
But you wish to know what better right had the face of the old man, and fear thy God: I do you belong ? For it is most certain that you reconciled to Him, for He hath mad Him to
thathineransto a support than alocalpreacher? am the Lord." belong to one or the other. Do not rest the an be sin for us who knew no sin, that we ma be
I answer, he had a better riUhi on the same Etiquette does not require a pastor to invite swer upon anything short of the Word of God .1 .1 i., , ? God in Him." ear

ineiple that your slave once had a stronger every minister that may chance to visit his sta- If you believe in the Lord Jesus Christ, then ,.,_ , , g, . I human a stems so
you for the supportof htmaelf and fami. tion, to preach in his pulpit. Some congrega- you have the Word of God for it that you are obscured the truthandbewildered you Pause
ly, than that loose freedman noio has--who tions expect their minister to occupy has own born of God, (John v. 13) that you are a child I on. Cease from our vain strivi '
strate about your yard and eatches your horse, pulpit, with rare exceptions, every Sundaymorn- of God, (Gal. iii. 26). Is that not enough? Epl e nd live. Is Christ auHicientSavionr?
or ents your wood whenever he feels like it,- ing. It is well perhaps to comply with then Can you not believe the Word of God I Is His sacrifice asuf5cient p itiation ? Is God
That noble self-sacrificing Itinerant had sold wishes. But ifapastor in any case doubts what Oh! I wish I could believe," said a poor satisfied? Is Christ at the ght hand of God?
himself to the Conference, and was bound to go course he ought to pursue, let courtesy and not al l ] .,1 T. '. ... Is God's word true ? There, and there only
and serve whatever charge was assigned him, stifiness have the benefitof the doubt. For such .. .. ..... i . 11 .- as us... .. 2 can a poor sinner ever flud assurance of salva-
whether they eteu fed and clothed him or not. cases no absolute rule can be prescribed. It were said with reference to the testimony or tion. But then this ground is so secure that
He surrendered himself to that charge, and they Etiquette does not require a pastor to invite the promise of a fellowman ? 'I wish I could nothing can be added to it. Least of all can
had the right to detain him several days in each every minister present in the congregation to believe it. I try hard to believe it.' Would it anythi g be added to it b a sinner who can be
week for pastoral visiting; and, doubtless, they occupy a seat in the pulpit. Unless a minister be possible to express our complete distrust of a saved only b and that the ace of God
would have done so, had it not been for other is expected to take part in the service, he may person's veracity in stronger terms ? But men by blood, audgrta t the blood ofhrlat.-Th
reasons not stated by "Layman." as well sit in a pew. Palpite are sometimes inconsiderately speak thus of the Word of the TYitness.
Now for your second Itinerant. He had a overerowded with ministers. But in this case, living God I Inconsiderately," indeed, but it
farm in another county 1! What business had he a pastor had beter show too much then too little is none the less true that "he that believeth not
with a farm ? How eame he by that farm ? courtesy. Ministers, we believe, generally de- God, hath made Him a liar; because he believeth THE IRON MAIDEN*
An itinerant, farming-preacher !! Ican't under- chne invitations to occupy the pulpit when they not the record that God gave of His Son. And An American correspondent writes recently
stand itinerant farming. I have heard of are not expected to ofliciate. It is not in good this is the record, that God hath given to us I from the ancient city of Nuremburg, Bavaria,
journeyman mechaniceand journeyman printers, taste to force them into it. eternal life, and this life is in His Son." alluding to the relics of despotic punishment
but never before of an itinerant farmer preacher, Some minister dislike to be called on to pray Yes," says one, "but how may I know that common there half a century ago:
But seriously, brother "Layman," tell me,-I unless they are invited into the palpit-that I believe 7 What is faith ?" Would not the "Here is the statue or image-a maiden with
dislike to make up my verdict on that Itinerant seems to us rather fastidious. proper question rather be, is Christ worthy of a hood upon her head, an troo ruffle around the
till I hear more about the case. Was he not Etiquette does not require pastors to invite confidence? is the testimonyof God true ? An neck, enveloped in an iron cloak. Suddenly the
compelled toplow to make bread for his family? other ministers present to baptise, marry, or incident which we find related in an English folds of the cloak are thrown apart, and by the
And did those good brethren, who "solicited" bury the dead, for them : it requires them gon- paper may illustrate this: A large fire broke out dim light of the candle you see that the limagof
him to "leave his farm" and attend that pro- really to call on others to assist in the Surial in a city. The fire-engines and ladders were the garment is see with sharpapikes. Take one
traced meetings take along a good supply of Service. In the Communion, as many as can speedily at work, and it was supposed that all step forward, and the folds enclose you. Iron
provisions for his family, and one or two freed- conveniently serve should be invited to aselet in had been rescued from the flames. The father spikes pierce your body and into your eyeballs;
men (with a good overseer) to supply his place the distribution of the elements. Etiquette of the now homeless family discovered that one clear through to the vertebra they penetrate.-
on the farm while he went to preach? does not require the pastor to ask any one to lead of his children, a boy of twelve, was still mies. Not a quick embrace, butalowly you are enfold-
IV. Pardon me, Mr. Editor, if I presume to in this service, except in caseefor which no rule ing; and in breathless suspense he hurried to ed; one turn of the screw, just enough to pe
difer with brother "Layman'' about the field to can be provided-each case must be determined and fro, endeavoring vainly tolind him. All at trate the flesh, just enough to touch the ap
be ocewpied by the Itinerant. Believe in little by the judgment as well no by the courtesy of once his eyes rested on an object on the upper- of the qunvering eye. Then after an age of
ftdidif well oklsivated. He is a poor farmer who the pastor, who mnet not run the risk of hanag most story, apparently enveloped in flames. To guish, another turn, and a hundred spikes reach


an a d as foHows-including their wives and EDITORIAL CORRESPS a aNCEe

hf$onferenee to raise /a for the p m A superannuate after 5 years' service......$ 0 bours since, returning from a brief sojourn in
ashbetribution ofBiElemandtentamealana ongst 's a a 160 Florida-truly called the land of flowers. The

so hh hean i e as a do a 8 a n 190 remarkably mild autumn has been so protracted,
seeineonjuantion with the agestef the Ameri- " 9 220 that winter has not yet reached thataunny land.
ean Bible Soelety. 10 Roses are in full bloom, the pench prematurely
Bisspectfully submitted 11 blossoming; Isaw some sheltered cotton-blooms
a 12 and even a few strawberries. The orange trees
Resolutions. a a a 370 are burdened with fruit; the frost has not yet
DISBURSEMENT OF BITSBIONARY MONEYS 15 a a 400 killed tender vegetation; and fires are needed
Resolved,1. That in conformity with the 8th a a 10 a 430 but part of the day-sometimes not even morn-

122!; O'"rilltit rit!"'"i'Danbe.NSun
forwarded to the Treasurer, and by him be dis- a a 20 a 550 is so bounteous, and the productive seasons so
bursed according to the draftsof the Board, and All over20years (maximum)..... ....600 protracted, that the harvest continues nearly
that it is the sense of this Conference, that ine Resolved, That the claims of widows and or- through the entire year.
unlawful to dispase of the made in any other phaus becalonlated as follows: My visit extended to Tallahassee, which ex-

ewl le ioTs o a 1 e3rlims ashis re- 3 h hee pe on Mts ide signsuothgrowth ens the third day of the Conference at soon, the claim of father to be paid to children It has been thoroughly repaired and refitted un-
after which all moneys reported shall pass over undiminished. If mother and one child only der the energetic administration of its pastor,
to theensulog year. survive, the claim of husband to be diminished the Rev. J. O. Branch, and is now one of the
TIMEOF MEETING OF EXAMINING COMMITTEEs. 3 oper cent Ahbadelecler abspe unat50or bandsomeat little churches of which I have any
Resolved, That the Examining Committees cent. of the above claims. Children to be knowledge. A gracions revival, during the
and the classes to be examined, be required to clasgnants only to the age of sixteen. Spring, added largely to its numbers; and its

Tetdand ginpthe duties as fedeto them on an hclaimseto bedT imice inint as a kno u eoro e e fi due t su
FAsT DAY. providedin the above rules intendent, T. J. Perkins, Esq., bear the palm in
Resolved, That the second Friday in Aprilbe See J 0 es. Missionary contributions this year,-they alone
set aparttas a d% of lbr it gl tht ---- -------- -- having sent up to the Conference about 81 00

boundsof our Conferenes eacThh obo no r I in Monticello, where

REPORT. -- I found a charming home with my old friend,
ADOPTED BY TIZE JOINT BOARD OF FINAWOE MACON, GEORGIA DECEMBER13,1837 Dr. B. W Taylor, who, with his excellent wif

to Ta7seuddp ouf infpapooe rdt a toaasi The Confereoce was progressing pleasantly, un-
of the "Joint Board of Finance" of the North OUR STEWARDSHIP. der the presidencyof Bishop Fiereo when I at

doorgbsoCynferenceafterdue considerationzoiFer There is one fact, always to be remembered, rived The attendance was comparatively mea-
The last e ral Conference by striking out yet too often fbrgotten-one fact in the religious gre, principally because the preachers had not
the claims of supernumeraries, and defloient inexperience every converted man, who can re- money enough to meet the expense of travel.
preachere in the regular work,1eaves it obligato- eall distinctly the time and circumstances of his Indeed, I have seen no section or heard of none,
ty on the Annual Conference to provide only first clear and satisfactory faith in Christ, as his where the circulating medium is so hard to find
a dth intenan of perannhantesan wbdoows personal Saviour. It is this fact, that in that Florida dependson cotton for money; and overy
eial history is a painful but instructive one- hour, he felt that he himself and all that he had body knows what a broken reed" cotton has
from it let us lears wisdom to guide us in the and all that he hoped for, were consecrated been this year-especially, astuore in this State
future. The duty of providing for the wants of fully, unconditionally, unreservedly to the ser than in most others, the crop was made on pro.
these Conference beneticiaries is a peealiarity of vice of God. Without this sense of complete visions bought on credit-topay for which near.
the Methpdist fraternity. But the effort has surrender there came no peace-no pardon. It ly all the income of the present year a labors

ee ea n ea cee e was delayed, a ewithstandin* the deepesbeheart was led d inadvanp acThe people are great

to see the object is attaionble or is wholly im. some bosom sin was cherished, some Delilah human appearance, they are going forth to a
practicable hugged to the heart, some right hand not out off, hard year's unremunerating work, except the
What is the precise principle in our economy or right eye not plucked out; became the "go psycomeframeonedence andfromGod. Yetlike

h7anh j$ a sooentereprCse provulin f sell all thatthou hastandeome, follow me," was heroes, they go cheerfully, contentto suffer with
this-a ministry entirely devoted to spiritual long resisted, by the unwilling soul. But when their flocks, if this be the alternative.
labors, constantly lishle to change, and poorly all was laid on God s altar-and not till then, The Missionary returns of the year show
paid, cannot provide for themselves--eannot was faith possible. The point brought to view scarcity of money. Some $1500 werosppropri-
n 6m Ctn n f ecs-ofeebleduTe, by the nau here is, that there has been, in the hfe of every ated last year to the missions. The preachers
known fact, that a man wpho has been consecra- converted man, at least one moment of time, brought up something over $500 to meet these
ted to spiritual labors for the eflicient period of when he fully recognized his stewardship--that e.Laints. Dr. McFerrin, at Missionary meet.
his life, cannot when disabled undertake au> he was owner of nothing in fee simple-but ing, set himself to supplement this meagre col.

eeedfulh another vo ticabl that he and all he had in possession were now election fbr the missionaries, and made one of his
d dange it s is impact e at and ever herenfter to be held in trust for God most effective appeals-and not in vain. Re-
taaln pos I eew e to remaining vi oreat and for His glory. This is the fact, that ought tween three nodfourhundreddollars werecollec-
the formative period of life is added the ills that to be remembered-that is too often forgotten ted and subscribed, and hundreds more would,
prevent out nuanede of ministerial labor revel -and hence, so many unfaithful stewards-- doubtless, have been given, had the people had
But 2 erarom eason atn the a- hence, is it that so little of the wealth of this the money. I consider this, all cimumstances
pel, the can lutiompollows that contain e~ world, in the hands even of professed Christians, considered, one of the best missionary collections
wants of those who serve at God's altars should is used for the advancement of Christ's King- I have ever known taken aba Conference.
be assumed by the Church. Such is a rational dom. The Conference adjourned Mond r

audtacridfur expo iaonneiolf thbgr t principle Let us suppose it otherwise-that these vows after a delightlill Sabbath. Bishop 'leven and
it true that the facilities of livi d rovidi of consecration were remembered-and that the Dr. McFerrin killed the Methodist pulpit morn-
for the future are equal to then ae no lo0@ Christian professor, ever living in the flame of ing and afternoou; other brethren preached for
system, or in secular pursuits, then the specifle his first love, used all his substance, as he had the Presbyterian and Baptist congregations;
duty would cease, and a dependent minister solemnly promised to do. This would make an and the day closed with the Seeminent of the
would have no more claim than a dependentlay- end of luxurious extravagance among Christians towa' Runner, in x.vb r--- --- --' x a

general Tn7v 1 lin t / si n1hdtanly --- a end ott the expensive itvin an entan- participate elemnly ad 10 ully,. A. Branch,
only in exceptional casesisthe pay more than a
mere support. selfish indulgence, of greed for the accumulation promises to forward an abstract of the proceed
Now while the obligation to meet the wants of of wealth and sinful and unprofitable use of it- ings of the Conference for publication, and it is
a strictly worn-out preacher is strong to the Neither would the gospel and the cause of God needless for me now to write more. The Com
last degree, it does not follow that it is equally and humanity so often go begging-gathering ference transacted all its business with the ut.
strong respecting all classes of claimants. The 4 I th when th .
Conference should attempt nothing unreason- up mites here as p ttances ere, a most harmony, and before this reaches the pub
able, should undertake only what on sound Lord's coffers should be hall to overflowing lic, most of them will be at work again-for the
principles ought to be successful. Then churches would be easily built, colleges Bishop made as few changes as possible, unwil
A system is demanded which classifies, grad- would be amply endowed, missions would beaus ling to subject the preachers to an expense in
i es(nn at rithoSamptuat of labor-length trained, the gospel ministry would be supported, moving their families, which few could possibly
Time enters materially into the estimate of the poor would be educated, knowledge dissem bear
elaim, and if it be not reckoned, injustice and inated and everyinterestof the kingdom of God The South Georgia Conference commences its
aheardities follow, Jeading to inevitable failure. rapidly advanced. We of the South, once, session tomorrow, in this pleasant old city,
By admi tinamom I 0 sm e it inttempt ag might ha etdone this----migh eacohplaeod many where I have found a ho Cable home fb

aid. d while t enr i htal a chances of failure; but the professed followers p torof the Independant Presbyterian Church.
is powerful only for evil-receiving only nomi- of Christ forgot their vows, and entered the race Of this Conference, more anon. E. II. M.
ad relief themselves, their claims reduce the after wealth and luxury, and ran abreast of the Savannah, Dec. 10, 1807. No.5


MON'J'G EB O FEnRE CEssion don n, or holding byathe eesa t veFs rt o a g ttthee t p secoo Bo red abc ad resident Mt loo

of the Montgomery Conference convened at that en you die it may be said you lived right. they remember our necessity at their next meet th have announcement of I ro naee-
Opelika, Ala., on the 4th inst. Bishop Wight d.", smg making grace, how sweet the ing, and send us a Bishop to remain with us tion with the College is thought to be a work
man opened the Conference, and addressed the n It is a 2it with the spirit adv t etaarni t ntdtanext G ne al OCuornfer e will of pereragation, fl
bodyin an earnest andtonehing manner. There The respected Bishop was visibly affected at who will come. Hishop Kavanaugh has fully as to its fn me College are ye eho al,
were about sixty five members present. John the close of his remarks. won the affection of our people. They will ae- quir ag auture prosQhe e pportuniare offer
Mathews was elected Secretary and Thomas J. When the name of Joseph Carson was enlled, company him in his homeward-bonudvoyage by her which ahp
Rutledge, assistant Secretary, th2ld patrilarch arose and briefly addressed his their prayers, and should he return tous he will thi s into acepo ot5so to seeo7eer y th
Rev. A. H. Hedford, BookAgent, was pres- great}een chHdu zct ,e race inn >c It m et Ily by all -Sun Francisco Institutionia North Care ina. The next session
ent, and made a telling sp ets in favor of the the preachers, and called a gush of sanctified begins Feb. 1, 1868. 8 A. WEBER.
Publishing House. II erves great credit emotion from the hearts of the large and intelli- Lenoir, N. 0, Nov. 25th, 1807.
Aw the e5 iden is nocerrain we ch he thus p 1 in no en I e b et The J no k re OMeERENCli.-

people will only stand up to him, he will soon ingly gratified tomeetso many old acquaintances, -- friends of our Zion that the Lord has gracious.
have the House relieved of debt, and then he and have enjoyed myself greatly, only excepting The Georgia Penitentiary ly blessed us on this circuit: 133 whites and
can reduce the price of books, at least twenty- my wantof hearing. Sitting by your side, sir altr. Editor: Such r fe about80coloredbave been added to the Church
Eve per cent. (Bishop Doggettfl) I can scarcely hear a word terest as nowerists in t iis t out n has evaer during the year.

enitaing obliged go to on xdCamli Cone 11 ev ab 61 a 1 ets n' en edness ri but ast o iorAl>h' Memphi 0 lo done e of the
therefore give you proceedings of the Confer. my ministry, and the eighty-third since my 2 nonon nara ynot theadgive we dvI no a Pishop Paine writes to the Nashville Chris-
ence in full, but Bro. Mathews has promised to natural birth. I feel that I am standing on the about 25, and Sunday school of 100 members tian Advocate:
send a synopsis in time for this week's paper. Veryive e of the grave I would be glad to be have been sources of vast interest and profit to Our Colored Conference at Jackson, Ten.,
On any way home I spent a night at Perry b spel. I g ladmi n on a theT prisoners, I n, .,r ] 1 ir idthe nigh f abbe
House, Columbus, Ga., and was treated in most day at a protracted meeting, and I love to be in th a music of 30 stentorian voices, singing and marks an epoch in our Church-history.-
magnificent style by the worthy proprietor, Bro. the work. I cannot now stand exposure to the nicepirna says of dear coTeminhd me of the camp Over ouebundred preachers, and nearly as many

3 tTI oungne of th stal 1 Faink a in eatll ri no domkuchapd j yp een rea orpro d congr gation tnhdat y dele rack{ie a adti eastendeddh see
Travelers will there find good rooms, good fare, haeventer hf a ad hp lop 4" who said to the dying thief upon the cross, as ministers and Christians. In initiating
and a perfect landlord. Let all who go that ask the congregation to pray for me that my last "ph day shalt thou be with me in Paradise." from on a me TF o di n na
way give him a call. Ca ebteer I est daysand that I may enjoy blir / . cun- ferences. Every thing was done orderly and

of 18 an ea3 e yu i anThis ahdd was r ceived indpr mattnsilenebe ime to contend ag untcbjnfrowhning walls u m Mr we ann3
hear from me again following responses were made, which elicited t = : *, to Orders The Secretary is quite an intelligent
Yoursete J. W. Runn. t ars frecigre toe 6 eandit y, odhosirne arded eelvast majority ste hardenedit dor itn na Idar t in e embersareead

Fourth Bession ofm contgomery Confer- 8 leetthboed s je etliedmo d onu- tm, satabat ha osnee k nP 1 ohode w rn d e RoaTe mdany ars, and llwho
earthly casket, but soon to adorn the crown of murderer, to manifest any concern for the sal- ~ 1 1 1 ,- a I usefursare te r
18 ) 'ce allabama, Dec. 4th> Jesus. ovation of has stobucl;re t thf cajj 1 iwhen ;g I greater r ere
Bishop Wightman in the chair. Opened with no TaT1m. B Rownie:C hopa he is a brave, stances, or of a petty character, who are fit sub- from West Tennessee, representatives of Middle
religious services. Sixty-five members present. been battli e mant th of edra k f jects for gospel grace. I must acknowledge my Tennessee, Kentucky, Alabama, and Missiesippi
John Mathews was elected Secretary, and morethansTtag us e powde efires ofnhese thanks to that man of God, Professor Lsoe, for or esent; a good number from the last.-
yet burn brightlyu{nqia ,bsenrt. His vigoeaven his valuable labors, and to the American Tract not a fewheredware men beyondmiddichage, and
gates, we e introdu d{ I a : ar dele- power of preaching is truly astonishing I have n oj Br et a db York, for liberal of well kqwn members nesour pbq re d
Bishop Wightman addressed the Conference y met is superior in all that constitutes a F. L. EnANTLY, Chaplain, I 1 'old master.'
in an earnest and touching manner. Rev PA Peterson: I owe to that old man church at Jacks 24 Athe basement of our
The usual Standing Committees were appoint more, under God, than I do to any other living Ameriena Juvenile Missionary society. church was usedfo preachieir own r ,am
ed or dead. Twenty years ago, in the city of Pe. Mr. litor: You may recollect publishing her of white citizens atten d the sessions a
A communication was read from Dr. E. W tersburg, I wls brought to Christ through his in Pi , 1..' = spectators, and among there some of our most

re 1 e a rich o heehan ptrh ohd a undp I dl fAm a bso on reqn 6 p a e d oas a deed

S P. I F 3 an Bible So in this world. suggest to otherachools the formation of similar the countugarel heartily cone tahis att
ciety, ades a subject of Rev Dr Rosser: When I was but a young societies. ment, and devoutly pray it may result in great
] Im mission. Christian, undergoing an agonising temptation On yesterday, occurred our first annual meet- good.
of on h e og 00 erAgenheatuldD. D. Cox, et rsu eat of the "Witness of the Spirit," I ing, and account of wchatch, I was instructed to No white men are regular members of this
0 N. McLeod were put @ed in my satin canne mf e g re were tphe usu nSabbath-school songs sCoo re v eednh rythert sylor, who has
1 '" Jesus, that gave the whole tendency and energy and speeches-an excellent address from Presi- ey to earry out this work. He an e "da-
Certificates of election of "'i isy dele- to my subsequent life. That need flourishes to- dent Wilson-the reading (a most interesting white preachers, whose names are in the liet

on elere ad: Rich rd si /. ( 1, A. day, and I hope will bear its fruit in heaven, feature) of Scripture mottoee-onofrom each of Appointments as Presiding Elders, are members
Williams, i *. : g a . Iter Alexander G. Brown: In the fall of the She 37 elasses-and the annual Report of the of other Conferences, or local preacher acting
Lowther, D. S. Clopton, B F. Howard, J F. la ninhto or unt5 f Ra abanno er I m e u- 0 1 b ylear' operation, e"uy lies "gu d n tTenedeessary to supervise
Dowdell. he led me to the cross of Jesus. He has been there had been received into the Missionary box, Discipline. inistra e
secoNo DAY. an ever-honored servant of the Church. His including a handsome collection taken on this The Committee on eduention reported, that
TuvasuAY, Dec. 5, 1867. name is enshrined in my best affections. Ishall occasion.......................................8105 00 whoe it may be necessary in the resent ex
(onference met. liishop I = . in the try to emulate his burning seal and apostolic There had been paid to a needy family, 20 00 cy, that some should be admitte and ord ae7
chan.e shgnosu rv es by I Min- er otn{r d hopeo r hCptaron e70rl And the balance..................... 0 Drea as;d soehu%2iven son faction as to gift

J. W. Burke, of South Georgia Conference, sug: I was directed to divide equally between the yet, hereafter no one shall be ordained who can.
representing Southern Christian Advocate, was Whereas, our venerable father, the Rev. Jos. Foreign and Domestic Missions of our Church. not read the Holy Scriptures and the Discipline.
introduced to the Conference. CARSON, has favored us with his presence and a The pastor, Rev. Geo. MacDonell, who takes 80 they are decidedly in favor of raising the
A comma scation was read from A. H. Red- gratifying statement in reference to his laborsin unusual interest an our Sunday-sehool and Mis- standard of education in their ministry. They
. *, if ---.1 - 4, connection with this Conference, and his pre. sionary Society, will convey the hands up to the also strongly favor the mental elevation of their

Hooks ad riodical, noncho eof tohat glorious/ a a IGeord xSoonu ehea omM si r thaat b a% pdecoe d dly e sTt ed
A communication was pre entr I ] vants and ministers; therefore be it terprases tuting their ministerial influence; recomming
providing a course of study for Resolved, 1. That we assure Bro. Carson of We expect at the next Ananal Meeting to be the principle that to teach and practice the gos.
rollV. P. Millers name was Etricken m the ur unatbaeted affection and of our ferve t pray, ableto reportmorefavo ablyastocur Iketions pel of esus Christ in love, purity, and peace,
Chos. L. De up .. ,, a ,ness.
8 MM It ass -- r I v I to hold ite-next
m J. N. L** Confer ee a mo t gr\tef2 re oilectio of the Mr. Elitc : The.. omalr onht r ofothe may appoint. But I edect d Top t at C

I My fidelity and success which Enfaula District, Montgomery Conference is or two other similar Conferences will be organ.
ed 1 1 ,: laborious ministerial life. bopetully improving. Eufaula and the circuits ined in these regions next year. The Confer.
, ,. q li a unanzmously adopted by a ofolopton and Vallula, have had extraordinary ence sanctioned such a movement, if we deem
lation. rising vote, and it was ordered that a copy be revivals. Clopton has been served by an old it proper.
W. Lowther and Andrew Kerr appointed in given to Father Carson, man of abundant labors. He has visited pasto- On Sunday lastI ordained aboutsixty asDea-
place of D. Clopton and B. 0 Ross in Commit Rev George W Langhorne: It is not custom- rally more than five hundred times; preached cons, and eight as Elders. It was an exceed-
too on Distriet-meeting, ary, Mr. President, to enlogize the living, but over two hundredaermons, about Eve per week; ingly impressive occasion. They answered the
J. J. Latham, located. our eulogies meet not his ear. My knowledge prayed in the congregation and in families about usual questions from the book, the greater part
C. D. Nicholson, and C. S. D. Lasseterput on of Joseph Carson dates back to the infancy of a"thousand times; prayed in secret constantly, having the Discipline in their hands and follow-
superannuate list. my religious experience In 1827, he was sent $ut the people say they never did see such a ing me throughout, in the ceremonies. Now
T. J. Dowling put in supernumerary list. from RaeC i sthNaosd be drtbheee eqounal e is nian.the Noopwo %eth It 1, 11e{ecan A3 rhjtlxse secreema ra ma dS

Virginia conference in that city. He was regarded then as the the wayside, more than two hundred have been among their people
"Great Heart" in the armies of the Prince of added to the Church. There is, however, one In conclusion, I must say I am glad to have
The 71st session of this Conference was held, Peace. His name is written in the journals of notorious defect intheirreligion. They received carried out our purpose of organizing our color
Nov. 13--21, in Washington t. Church, lee our history, and shoutshhaave enlborneo u 0 na I 1.1 I ,, 1, .1 .i-and addbret e lyo iny 'se e upsoon

I 1/eamake 113 been coatTe ted muler hi r nistr lbaot ye o thhaedCtbrhpoen ecoe tedmia labj are to morrow to hold the Mississi and
some extracts. Early. He will live as long as the Virginia ters are better .... There is indeed a Louisiana Conferences, the former at Npa ches
The statistics of the Conferencearenafblows: Conference livea-he will live forever, praiseworthy 11 .. . ,ll in this direction. on the 4th December, the latterin New Orleans
I a and unordained, Bishop Doggett: What a beautiful episode Many, who are struggling with poverty, and the llth,

local cher 4 w/it Rers, 154; colored has this been! I would most gladly see it per- losinqby the year's operations, are paying more
colored lamb s, 1,021; adu bmpti2s5 >; r ur PIE al d ice a luxury that were it than in prosperous times. One o tlu3e aibs BTJB8ORIPTIONs EXPIRED,
Infant baptisms, 811. Abbath schools-Num it for the balance of the day, at 1 . Is I , I .** I ean to alle Subscribers whose subscriptions have expired,
her ofsehools 430; off ers at tea retus 3 6 to enso i nmnb t iodspa n the good ese cred tdots bl re p ear 'Hrs ain' Fa gce noduct pi awall p easee n iceeMthe

53 cy Paul, Treasurer of Virginia Confer- acadmuseful to no TnoPMa3 ess breeferedt o 3d eeQ1 81 r see leeinb achemy n (b ethe usualPpriatiend dathe afterab h
a . ' ferease. I aball not add to what I then said. before Others there are of a contrary spirit mentioned, opposite each printed name, certaxa
0 He and Bishop Early are the links that bind us whose god is Mammon, and who sacrifice on I s I : 11 marks, intended to indicate the

oilected for the Bi 1ops the s and t yels .1 s not tboO5 let srathte unanu lhim wn f ure 0 inetque thoer r c a
The Joint Board of Finance, reported the honor to see the flame burning the candlestick ber 1867 '-the address now stands-
aggr ent assesarment for8 It 2 ; a 0 e tchulei fait f e I ex In all thesePc s oe ee a bscription be

8012. I average amount paid, is in our feoenb nesst d d age 3roLet usdath a shal abenegat and le self an onene with ad a 2ti lor e eewbehalw echompell &

ol"Ehe Rie vt of IemCosomittca enb a t thh as a ea e a 2 ks t Godthat ''Ho tyEHORY ENDOWEENT ASSOCIATION.

,, -losed entirely - Must it be a ministry of ri ,,. , 500 NAMES WANTED.
of laymen New Advertisements. ken I am all the more assured that I am in the Friends of &1ucation! Read the following
G. M. HEll)T, Savannah, Ga., invites the at- true line of the succession and respond with name and post-oilice.
said: tention of Wholesale Dealers to his stock of W. A. McC. By war and its disasters, Emery College has
whatan exhibition this assemblage would have Drugs, and other goods in that line. See adver. loss one hundred thousand dollars of its endow-
been fifty years ago. Thenwe held Conference in tisement. ( Davenp6rt Female College, Lenoir, N. C. ment. Comparatively little is left, and that
the second story of a house in a room twelve by Mr. Editor: The second session of this In. little as yet pays a very small dividend. Some-
sixteen feet. The sainted Asbury presided. Wasan's DiarzonAny.-The Unabridged, stitution, for the year 1807, has just closed, with thing must be done to meet the emergency. The
The men of that Conference have passed away, and the National Pietorial Dietionary, are adver, appropriate Commencement exercises. The Rev. College and be sustained. The church and the
Young men have fo)Iowed the old, and, pardon used this week by the Publishers-appropriate Dr. Wm. Clossof the N. C. Conference, preach. country shke demand it. We cannot afford to
the old preacher for saying, that they have im- holiday gifts. The Pietorialis just published_ ed the sermon, usual on such occasions, to a do without it. We must have an able Preal-
proved on the old. Pray at your bedside' $6. For sale b J. W. Burke & Co large and appreciative congregation, from I. John dent, an able Faculty, more apparatue, more 11.
friends. Impress the people with your piety. price y iv: 10, onthenecessity and nature of the Atone. brary-repaire are needed-a contingent fund
Come into the Conference-room to implore the SITUATION \fANTED, by a man and wife, ex- ment. is necessary to get and keep all these-we must
Divine direction. I have witnessed scenes of experienced teachers. See advertisement. Gen. Robt. B. Once, of Asheville, N. C., have money. Oh, there's the rub." Well,
great interest in Conference prayer-meeting. made the Literary Address. The General is at 'Nil desperandum."
At one held in Western Virginia, Rev. Mr. CLEaorman's DrARY-J. W. Burke & Co home wherever the interests of the Church or I propose a new plan: I will not ask for has
Thornton brought his young daughter to the See advertisement. of humanity are to be subserved. He came in, dreds or thousands-not now, perhaps never.
altar. Two daughters of a celebrated liaptist to our community on Saturday afternoon. Sat. I do not want your capital; you can keep it.
preacher afterwards came up. We badn't pray. Hisuor KAVANAusu.-Immediately after urday evening he made an address on Temper- I could not invest is satisfactorily if I had it.
ed more than fifteen minutca when Thornton's our approaching Conference session, Bishop ance and organized a council of the Friends of Keep it yourself-trade on it-do the best you
daughter was converted. While they were =:1- will embark for his home in Ken. Temperance. Sunday morning addressed the can-but I want some interest, just a little, and
shouting over her, one of the Baptist preacher's = to --I rndeed it can be said that a Bishop Sunday-sehool. Alondaymorning made the Lit- for the sake of system and certainty, letus form
daughters was converted, and got up saying, "I of our church has any home, when almost per- erary Address, and Monday afternoon made ser- an ENoownst AssoclArrow, have a Presi-
never believed in shouting before." The Spirit petal tail and travel are his lot. Of Bishop eral speeches, at an informal meeting, where the dent, Secretary and Treasurer, meet annually at
of burning will come on those who ask for him. Kavanagh it may be said that he is emphati- interests of Methodism in Western, N. C., were Oxford, have a speeab, a grand celebration-
The celebrated Mrs. Martin, sister of the colo. cally a working Bishop. If we had at hand canvassed. Under all these circumstances, the become a living member of a live College,
rated Judge Pendleton, and by many thought the statistics showing the number of miles he Gen. was equal to the occasion and to the ex. Now, then, I propose to be one offive hundred
to have been superior to her brother, joined the has traveled and the number of sermons he has pectation of all parties. .x, to pay annually
Methodist Church, and her husband left her for preached during the past year, an aggregate The Commencement proper came ri . :." t Allege. Let all
that reason. In two weeks he repented and would be presented that would perhaps astonish day evening, when three young 1. -tr -:. .. .1 I' = **.2 their names to
said, "I'll come back, if you will fbrgive me." some of our readers. He has been abundant in honie Hamilton, of Lenoir, Miss Louisa Ne- me at Sparta, or to Dr. E. H. Myers, at Maeon.
She grew in grace until she obtained the bless. labors, and as a chief pastor in the church fur- Dowell, of Henderson and Miss Alico Younts, No money will be asked for before January
ing of perfect love. I asked her if she had dishes an example worthy to be followed by all of Meekieriburg, received their diplomas as neat. The subscriber can pay quarterly, semi-
spect a year, a month, or even a single week its ministers. The good that has resulted, and graduates of Daveoport Female College. It does annually, or annually, at his own convenience.
without needing to pray for forgiveness. She will result from his labors, as everywhere appa- not become the writer of this notice to speak All at once will be best for the College. The
replied, "I have never spent a week without rent, but cannot be fully estimated now.- here, as he feels about this class. If he mis- plan will develop itself-the details will be
omitting some duty or doing something wrong." Through him God has strengthened the church takes not, they will speak for themselves audfor settled when we organize the Association.
You need to humble yourselves before your and converted many sinners from the error of their alma mater. I appeal to the alumni-to the Methodists of
Maker, friends. Remember those who have their ways. In one or two instances his Epis- Rev. Jos R. Griffith retires from the Pr .. Ir 1 I seembers-to the friends
died during the year, and you may fall next copal presence and authority have adjusted the dency of the College, and enters very hopeft sa y I = 1 1 .= J ligious education. It is a
year. A meeting was once held in Prince Ed. most complicated dilliaulties and (humanly upon an agency in its behalf. He hopes to be little up grade just now, but motion will over-
ward county. Three thousand persons were speaking) averted impending catastrophes to the able to liquidate see indebtedness (whieb, by the come resistance. Give us a start. The soachine
present, and I was informed that not more than church. The experience of the past year has way, is very inconsiderable) and greatly to in- will run, if you will push. One shore a
100 refused to bow before God. They were confirmed our conviction of the necessity of a crease its patronage. Rev. Samuel Lander, A friend, just now. There, that will do--- an

dividends of the proper beneficiaries almost to
sero. The very word, "superannuated," is ag-
nail ant in thl needo noting great age, over

or above age, to be employed to designate dis-

bi preacher Recauser awaso a ,dltohn

nos ninSuper n natedshal i acpaab e od
regular pulpit and pastoral duty. Perhaps in
the progress of opinion we will ultimately ar-
we he conclusion t atha5enge pn ared oV

be superannuated, then the claims of these ven-
erable men of God will be fully paid by a will.

Alt no usurpatio ofdige ion the parts

o I aioG r-
their judgment. It is indeed disputed whether

m many utalendo thbeirabd ju tion or by Episcopal decision.
What the Board should doisto adopt a regu.
lar graduated schedule of claims, based on lapse
of time, iftheiroperations are ever to work bene-
floially. The claims of the young cannot be
equal to the demands of an aged veteran of the
croes. A sure support in old age la the best
prop to our itinerant system, it gives repose to
the mind, reheves it from painful apprehensions
and nerves to protracted and persistent labors
in the heralds of the Cross. This is at-
tabablebut only on sound business principles.
If a preacher fails prematurely it is his misfor-
tune as in other pursuits, and if such have a
elaim at all, it must be proportioned to the time
of service. To found this claim on simple pov-
ery is an abourdity, for all the poor do not de-
mand annuities. By our past usages, a young
widow maybecomen pensioneron the Conference
for fifty years, whose husband may have spent
only three years in the itinerant work. On
what ground does such a claim rest? Was she
damaged by her marriage, and is the church to
pay indemnity for a half century when there may
be really an sonal benefit seeming from her
marriage? She is yet young and may provide
for herself as well as usual with other widows.
Why has she a right to aunuity more than other
pose young women of the Oburch?
The Board has never yet been able to settle
even with the enperannuates but ats heavy dis-
count, and perhaps never will, until the entire
plan of distribution be rectilled. Shall this dis-
graceful failure continue ? Does it result from
the parsimony of the church? Let us not so
disgrace Methodism and burlesque religion,
The failure is the result of a system radically
defootive. One is needed of well defined prin.
of ee, easily understood, and agreeable to estab'
' ed business laws Therefore, the following
is recommended to the Board, for its future ad-
Resorped, That the claimsofauperannuatesb*

foremost, and we are now paying the pfttalty o
our infidelity to the solemn engagements we ha
made with Heaven. God has a controversy
with the Church, for its past delinquencies, an
i hetau btt e an e t t a ne a yk
wealth, that should make us wiser in the future
He calls us now to review the usewe have mad
af our stewardship, and to see how .- *

whbet sml rnn adom from the errors of th
past. Let us review our vown of consecration
and lay all again upon God a arelne 8

arworlb apHusedifor ourselvesor on

make us holieramore fitted b usefule('hris

used as the basis of accumulating more, let
due, a large proportion of the increase be de
voted to God-the giver of all our good. "Hon
ar the Lord with thy substance, and with th
Tret fruits of all thine increase: so shall th
harus be killed with plenty, and thy presses shal
surst out with new when
It will be well fore to bear in mind, that th
>nly sure treasure is that which is laid up i
rheaven. There, the moth doth not consume
nor the rust corrupt, neither do thieves brea
through and deal. Of all our former wealth
has to which we may look for the surest retur
a that which has been given to God and Hi
sause. Let them not languish, even in our own
poverty. It is no self-denial to give out of an
abundance, from which first every personal wan
tas been enpplied. It is no credit to our relig
on, no proof of love to God, that we give th
wearing and clippings of our luxuries. Th
.;ift is to be counted as worthy, only when se
feel it-when it has cost us some self abnegation
And such gifts are thetestof our religious prin
.siple-they will prove whether or not, we ar
mindfull of the fact, that we are Christ's-that
we constantly bear in mind that we are stew
rds whose possessions have been consecrated
a the condition of our adoption into the family
of God.
na Drsearcr awARDsSr f the Atlanta Dis
triot, North Georgia Conference, are specially
requested to note the appointments of the Pre
siding Elder, Rev. T. F. Pierce, appearing in
this week's paper. Not only on the above men
toned Distries, but on all others in the res
tive Conferences, it is of great importance tha
a meeting of the Distriot Stewards be held early
in the year,

d Sunday-sehools in Destitute Districts'
y We have many applications for the Sunday-
d school Visitor from schools unable to subscribe

sts, tare anxious to comp twitlh aH such

aym ge 1 h sotTat o d k eth
e in making contributions togsuch purpose ,

e sup ly the Visit at precise its co t

tiaA Goo AaaNT e w Inis rs
the Little Rock Conference, ee hasHue become

t en g d ra t tp
a -and obtains them, too. We are mdebted to
ed rbquj enumble .be DtlPaulnium ]Lv n ,
- and a good agent withal for building churobes,
e endowing colleges, getting subscribers to the
y Advocates, besides bringrug up large collections
l to Conference for widows, orphans, superan-
nuates and the missionary cause
e Tula REV. HENRY D. Bear, of the Missis-
n sippi Conference, died in peace, Oct 20. The
, Jackson Methodist says: "Beng called upon to
k visit the sick, and bury the dead of Summit, it is
supposed he contracted the disease (whatever
' name it may have been) that has carried demola-
n tion to so many homes, without being aware of
s it "

THE REv. Da. CA>rP-says the St. Louis
Christian Advocate- r II . has
t taken charge of the F = I == = = g. In in
. St. LouIs, and r, ,is
e sion upon the 1 i' I '
e ment
Burke's Weekly for Boys and Girls,
Is published every Saturday, in Macon, Ga,
- and is filled with beautiful stories, poems, anee.
e dotes, etc, and is one of the handsomest illus-
trated PAPERS FOR YOUNG PEOPLE, ever publish-
- ed in America. Price only two dollars a year
for single subscribers. Three copies for $5.
' Clubs and Sabbath-schools supplied at very lib
eral terms. All subscribers for one year will
be supplied with back numbers stitched and put
- n beautiful illuminated covers,
uplareachere are requested t = = r I
for every cash subscriber <. . -- == ,
- will be allowed 50 cents-i. e. send us $1 50
and keep balance for commission. Here is a
- chance for our brethren to make something
while they helps to interest the young. Speci-
- men numbers sent on application. Address,
t J. W. BoaxE & Co.,
tf Maeon, Ga.



AUGUSTA, Dec. H.-Market opened strong,
ym. Dr. Myere will report progress through be not only inexpedient, but impracticable, to ang reconstenotion so as to require only a major- but closed quiet. Sales 780 bales ab l5o. OIcrgyman's Pocket Diarf NEW BOOKS. anaaza of
F ad brethren, if a do not rush to make th re ed Cply toodthea has i orst fe etd o I itai y m Td Bal 3N7 e codd- notion not a BE HOME ALTAR. AN APPEAL IN Ital 8841 FAlgilsh Athee
any elde, I shall be compelle to worry you with bill the following: That on and after the pan- was passed declaring five members of the Su- 080 bale go VIsITING soOK r OFFEBSITB FACILITIES TO THI PUB:
Ase upon line. Be warned, and make haste. sage of this act, the internal revenue tax of 24 preme Court aquorum.--A bill pledging coin 4, CHAar.r row, Dee 9.-Cottonaelivedealined a " a ac r .ni r we ri r a
G. F. PIERCE. cants erpoundon raw cotton shall be abolished. in payment of bonds was disonesed, and after I to. Sales 500 bales at 161 to 10ia. Receipts ror ison. q.. iss"r on arifem. nder of the Buelon.
Sunshine, 22d July 1867. ofact r a tone a so hatbnoe.&meneau exeut vee sessiontheSSenate adjou ed.Treasury 5551 I Dec. 9.-Market closed firm. Mid. ITII CALENDAR, RATES OF . -r ... fKINSLO r

We join Bishop Pieree in the pledge above the benefit of the existing drawback unless was called on for report of tbo amount of Gov. clings li}. Sales 1100 bales. Receipts 6300 postage r@ar ti .recedpiilleto. Pdeo $14. as.= ., , ,, ,. .*gm I
made, and would urge its general eirculation, shipped within ninety days after the passage of ernment funds deposited with the National bales a rEnblEACO .... . .. m
throughout the Conferences interested in the this not. He argued that now was the accepted Banks.-A bill for the better protection of econc.
zietense and work of Emo C lege. time, and now was the day for this tax to be re- American citizens abroad was referred. The TVILanuaron, Dec.0 -Cotton quiet at 14)C J W. UK SITUATION IN A COLLEGE, AOAD-
r 1. On behalf or thatgreathodyor people bill repealing the cotton tax was resumed. An - 1868 1888 n .E ra b em yd usi Fo Tm so
I ad no representatives on this floor to speak amendment reducing the tax to one cent per Foreign Markets TTEE Nov Auenda esoutamid a.
an, and who were, therefore, the more en- pound was lost. Mr. Brooks' substitute, was or on immescouns BANHRUPT BLANKS.

I abhoeo b e rddit a ms% IlahnavTneondummeand eti totheecCa f sayL Dow,1Deer 9--NCooon.-- I deep hel* SOUTHERN CHRISTIAN ADYOCATE I E ARE NOW PREPARED TO PU Wanted.
I Rect from rivalry on the other side of the the cotton tax, either collected orto be collected 70 15-16. E. H, MYERs, D. D.. IlDITOR. "- g..- LADY COMPETENT TO TEAGH
---ib IndicahEgynan azil--than gaenat The ilwi ot n oest sayCommi hee isis Pe ESTe Le86 e her --No landeCo odn THIRTYFBo8T VOLUME. *n

.. i. tree had been so vastly enriched in times simply abolishes the tax, commoucing with next leans 8. Breadstuffs dull; corn declined 46s iso, Jes at or n. Irankrupt Law-in la' N ar sanuessnes a not of salar wm recetre
c r.y. Without disposing of the bill or clos. year's crop, but continues it on the present Sd. Other articles unchanged LD AN oW LL ESTABLISH- sh VS J. W. BURKE A CO., MasonGa. promptattent drau emem be
: **e debate, the House, at four o'clock, ad- erop FRANKFORT, Dec.9.-Bonds 755. - -. - - xsty 1. w b.
.. d. Dec. 5.-In the Senate, after local business, ,, MIX & KIRTLAND! hathhrook
it message of the President, mentioned in a bill was introduced to convert registered com .. . .
I r regoing proceedings of Congress, is an pon bonds so as to provide for appeals fiom the DIED. BA ON OFTHE MAMMOTH BOO T. Spartanburg Female College.
r position of public affairs given at great Court of Claims.--Grant called for the num-
4 We must be content to give a synopsis her of white and colored persons who had regis- dER ud ght roof f th ,, , \ MO* 8.****.... CotteR AVenue,-.........Mo. B. THE FALL TERM WILL OPEN OCTO-
documeatfromtheNationallntelligencer, ort std afhhaladfdvotedb1d estnik@b b "xo strand our ed.uaden Macowox T.m . o

. I sident begins this solemn address to word white from the laws and ordinances of the ly assasons, in Nov. J. W. BURKEAGO. WE NOW HAVE ON HAND ONE OF ME e a 0 0 N rD r f bnettula,
I low-citizensof the Senate and House of Distriot of Columbia was discussed. The bill --- Mann < thelergestandbeetselakdBMekof
tadvenobyt ref encekd tn a seds an aos esThisisSumner'abi MARRIED Sq oADVEIRTISING. BOOTS AND SHOES,

a ghi a a is r In the House Williams, of l. .. -. ". .,'.. arms th *bareeveroKeredmthiscaty. All of whiehwome

dde d e ir atn da bti 1 io5th e * na 7 wuol.358ALIC AND RISTAIL

,rand to renit on theC smons heretofore Committee on Ways and Means a r- -- t[o r slatt"esamequality of goods can b bought in the .* ure Fr 1-. n J.s -
11, reiterates the declaration that "at this oinquirehPp o obsee .il * * ce s. C. -. .. anyHousewho pay a mate rr runatforheadess on ur.adogaga
med ere itemno)Un onthMy ant o deb$ introduced a bill for the i. qu beTe om eandhallen dexamineour shock and paces IgAo skgencommend ChligeM pubb favor.
understood by us," and justly imputes to Con- ment of the rebel States. Is . a. i. * * onese 'in MIX & KIRTLAND.
. gress the continued deplorable absence of unity Committee -Several ft n .ir 1 . . . Wesleyage Female College,
. in hR n 0 suda ul ty a ag 0 a "i -Ashe r eoO 1 - -- L W EHOUSE MCON, GEORGIA.

Congreesthatitisuotinthepowerof anybranch -TheBlackioand Ga .. .. .. .... OEWERAL ROBERT E. LEE. am. HE THIRTIETH ANNUAL SESSION
o th lo rnment idjleje etphaetrUn tuckytejectioncasecametray w amot\ un- / en. sTAur .>.,ar 'the areas COMMISSION MERCHANT. s.\ "@" Er dr2(,

e eacbco ht er ubcpl hu a eo na o to dl gt oe/ TS POPULARITY IS TTESTED BY THE To the Planters and Henhants of me ** rNf of Hamematies .
suppressed by the Government at such fearful remain excluded-The Impeachment was re. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS TENDER YOU MY THANKS FOR PAST c .danBobwart Pr news adModernL m go
costin life audblood and treasure. 110 cites sumedd Boutw ,t o haBe ree ohe onlu Fromme.itonesa ff" reinyapq0 on n ones ,eoverne..and a s.%olderary

, a neov tbbataltlh e abasheb tr e r' theDHouse adjourned. -** . ebo3 a r a n as so 7 ca he
s eGofeesrnment---the ecuti ,d hnee allain Louisian6 ConvtehneioSen

h a moejoge ni seaHudsini conastrud n owa er .. . HIS I ra as go or

r do lanesetito o mthjaryo haetrenrs, e utibee sessio ,t (1 adj rned unt M oda , n .. ATIONAL PU BRING co WANTED.

Ir.. /messest ho hateaeutg as I en Ron or ededucurmeencyon xceh -- PromNormeeoral.conference one-aw Asiants, A TION(PERMANENTLYPRE App forthendon haNd
violation of national faith, but in direct conflict Wilson followed, and moved = t ENCOURAGE .. . .. .. .. .. .,
with the Constitution,' Congress will immedi- matter. Much excitementfoli ,, , OFFORD COLLEGE,
C $ 0 4 ft ately strike them from the statute book. the impeachers expostalatany , ., SOUTHERN INSTITUTIONS! S NBURG C.2 Sovan Cano

e ".":","": .!"'J""."fidr e un yat n n de, a *- -:o:- j w no at
Washington, Dec -el the Anate, after I he Const ungbu ,Marinesasnu anpdu e the ocn tmr he woaj@ / , THE GLOBE INSURANCE COMPANY Bowdon Collegiate Institution, g *** isomess ..
some p eliminary ussannessrthe PrOsiden owne christian modteheof punishment, involving the no led o a rdon O'?EoN8 Ub fa@ NFINES ITS BUSI- nowoom, exanorms corwaran. me a sinspace oriteequivaleasinear

Mr. Sherman it was ordered that 3,000 copies inntoce evate the guilty, as ten no ea ein ch tary of the Treasury was es capases, oct.totanaser.... MAJ. JNo. M. nicanosoN, President. T as so on open qnamedim.g red
of the menaget at sac onatCny eune race, to force by military aid purely negro gov- tlailsdof the resar re 1 .... . * r* HE NEXT TERM OF THIS INSTITU- in

NyePI trodnoed a bill authorizing the Western ernment upon ten of the States of the Union' trality p tp en Abyssinia a .1 as ... . . .. . .. . .. .. is .. J swa b 0 on dameday, thouthat January, J tr
Pacillo Railroad Company to locate the western ml as set Pbe t la e cal came up. A farcical debate r at . . . . . -- 4 few n no q ofo"l nglishMathenedeleal

abianTu al isod8 dFrjo uphBan eanad ly an Ltted to organize and regulate civil society JSoeunate went into executive .. ." a Bosovaint, President mnm heere n thorough ex neive, sad

o e td rk it ethe is r flato elo n ea, I ame go as almos een imr u anPres no bS twas ar .. .11 ? . , a sea wasno eeerresawarrea.nrer. Good Business and Practical Eckoation,
within a year from the passage of the act also, ment It presents the great issue an every as- was one exempting from taxas ,, ., ,, , MACOM ROLERAL8 MARKET.

o a lroad tl e I a n a e eelding lent a r r see 8 000,0 w was was a cons/Amentsween, as r.
all t --- acts ela- eMtdon e tempt to Africanize the b o Assistant Treasurer, and ralled Ayle rees for Sale. c a arquotat neare given tax unpaul Resolpts

to nth P inIro lierrne e noe t hoo yd thheeCoe dento dat n He at oa rnm at o t re oi , HAVE A FEW THOUSAND GRAFTED

8 otm t a pos y sht n nH u n I e C nmitt thuserevivin bat CommihteeeD m the Montgomery can erence . to or .

ane here in atende te thesu itjhear ni trurot hem emnente 8 I a s a ee DENTAL SURGEON. .... ....un..-- n .* ... .. .

und r ed e or a se a th e one he 1 ese t tte le il AlbertbL sk-Hoeo er df mous ee ha .rtra AROMATIC VEGETABLE SOAP

hado ire 1 ag I ommitconnoTerriton nato islative department should pass an act even rules to pass resolution that taxes shah not ex- communea wash asperine recommended rar the 5 -

nq n aneat.. andorlearne ndChildren. Iraventedb7 NOTICE TOTEACHIERS.

under the Constitution over the legislation of nation at all hazards FORE 1 N . -- ----- a ce e--sm ri "n a 2 o apowder, al so
or en e rred the Committee on Ter- theM id altalf of phe mess Tairsed a blaLondorlo Dec. --hI i IB II. D. R. Wil LL 4 R Emory and Henry College, @. n s soon, annou

du se(sonederMrb8tenusankeodiseavetainess arne ten w ma dgn2, rt x d sopi tha a eeautionshac / .c..s r:r narcinar wAsizzzarom couary, va. g n use hf m exx
tablish system of common schools for the Dis- The rest of the message presents a comprehend The funeral process : .. N THE 97H OF JANUARY NEXT WE

rt t amobf e Joint resolution relseti to inenraumedo e r nb x asd rhom the chroe uted pManche . *.. . "'". rs am n...a. >.4 sq .n... mans..ou.. AvesTA anxca canamar.
mittels on Reconstrnotion to inquire into the ex- in which a proper economy, ragxd honesty, and In the House of C .. ac

en to enx st t territory la twn steon on en todt douCi onCoons r go could result from it I Dam
to be admitted into the Union when duly quali iloances, which is cautiously and succinctly sta- Parliam ardamum ed natil February 18.
fled. Mr. Eldridge objected, remarking that ie allroemmre 0 o tequal)and exact An angry debate took place in the House of Atlanta District.

apot eb vTrnzan j e on t e ee and the restoration of the currency to the stand ties on ee sh of el Fr ... septso--emne. xer, nor sweet, swan..n, e.. KENTUCKY WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY, e...
that his resoludon was merely one of inquiry ard established by the Constitution. forcib as ssion of Rome. y si : a At usuersimrg, nournoun ro., say. r---
The Speaker stated that the effect of the reso A thorough revassonof our revenue system is In the vote which followed th DR. T. W. MASON,
lation would be to revive the Committee on Re_ recommended, so that the burdens of taxation stained m.
construction. Mr.1Eldridge persisted in his ob- shall fall most heavily upon articles of Inzary, wa nis, Dec 7.-A ministerial .. .. r. ESPECTFULLY TO ZiDERS HIS SER-

t ee o r thac .0 -- r "

diemn having anchh mistakenn, a 1rogre 1,a texternal lations are brief stat maLendmsaDec. 9- A ..1 Grdiln District ... .
States, if they shall come here prepared to come Congress in regard to each subject of national participating yan eava ...I . * . a .
In wit albear re reseatedve d th these am reanmee sage throughout is one of unusual NeA t fThursd q r q..mi .m. .r .. .. ..a.--or r. a -...

tion those States, though I do not know that we and absorbsug Interest. esea e
shall. Mr.Chandler.-I do not think that the December 4.-In the &nate the ratifIcation B rlin, Dec. 8 -A annous cliany in si e o act ce -o- cusamasro anxon conn cm .
necesenty of t easel as ye a dd h e a a h r t .the oneDit lono eNe- herein tariff is contemplated, was.,r.s Partisan Life with Mosby, EY, CElARL cT OR, A. M., H. D ,hou ... rome a six. a es on, so

views. Ido not see that the census of those concurrentresolutionthatthePresidentbastran.: DomestieMarkets G. M. IIEIDT BY MAJon JonN scott R .
States can be taken now. Certainly not under ascended his Coastitutional powers in the lan- unst av warmonars of Fanquier Virginia, late U. 8 A.

til'"'"=%E:?:":Eth g5oMb 0 moo n eN ,sDe n e on r 08 emDru an o eD an a eA OL OSB
nounced, and at twelve o'deck and thirty five privileges. Lies over.-A memorial from the $21 561. Lard steady, 126 to 13} Cotton
minutes the Clerk proceeded to read that docu- New Orleans Chamberof Commeree, for the re- easierat 17e; sales of 1,500 bales. Flour ac- coRNER WHITAKER AND STATE BTREET , ,, .. a .
ment. The reading of the message was atten- moval of river obstructions, was referred to the tive, State 8 50 tol0 75, Southero 10 to l4 25; savanan, oA.
tively followed by members who had printed Committee on Commerce.--A motion to print Corn 1 38 to 1 42; Oats firm; Park heavy at ., runw.
pamphlet copies before them. The paragraph extra copies of the President's Message elicited 21 621; Lardsteady; Groceriesquiet; Freights HE ATTENTION OF WITrilkli ,

of the House. The reading occupied one hour voted for the Reconstrnetion bill; it was noth- nessee 6 8, 641; new, 63. Gold, 136}.

-o ..shtehemThao nut St o raenianbsnai oeuscinvi tiRne a n 0 at ORE, De 9-Co on q et and m 'fgg ggg p

E.4 "i $;!id H o a n nh for to t r an Ryeer rnet , ', 7, T n and I r 1. a
Mr. R 50,000. The motion was referred to whether they would depart from precedent, and NEw OnLEANs, Dec 9.-Cotton stiffer. Mid- NE 'AVEI214A'flCD rI' *L ili
the Committeeon Printing --The Speaker pre hereafter only print matter advancing their own clings 160. Sales 4,000 bales. Receipts 1805 OVER 8000 FINE ENGRAVINGS. * .

a edeEexo mi est 8 suM i Cameron ght th MesSsage al- les 10xported6 6bles Sugmrun4e0bang4e soooo wera. ..a manage not in wher earsonarra

fromdheb mmi too on Wta5al antd Means, re- moved to amend by printing only the reports. prime 63 to 64. Flour dull and unchanged NECrEm at on OeacEVERY INTELLI Scott 8 Monthly Magazine,
he United SPates after the 1867grown in He considered the message not only a libel on a wr. ,,. ..:..i ,- 1..... Oatsecarce. Por seat raryis complete without the at hmD HE FOURTH VOLUME OF THIS

i fmb al o n endF r hoan a rSiT 4 d a i 1 id 37 er 4 ti e 3 r rlfifter e comm.need under ra .s
repealing the tax on engar Mr Schenck in presenting his views to Congress. Mr. Wil- York sight I discount n, e ....... a.. ...

e ie de .pla owh Theesd tba t hee iwilltbern entedn 4( Julynnext. to2 1 win he earO as 140 to 1 (at I . .. .. sun
to the cotton raised this year One fifth of but the freedmen, in declaring them unfit for Lard,121 to 12 e IF T ERI T
he liaid, had already been put upon the mar- the ballot. He declared that newspaper corree- CrucinwATI, Dec. 9.-Flour advanced 250. ALSO JUST PUBLISHED, !n

21 en e


he had attained a standing, equalled by few, perd
and anger, r haps surpassed by none, an so short a timd; ang

obb 8 whi lis to o Rhch a sin Ing, and ihkthe preave"dofrlus many dei[o eda ou!d

I e eta on jHkrienja ndd.ah itonnetem he
I sub nit to the Divine will. His sorely afflicted
roo nol would, Robert, if I should not be in hhe gar de mother mulhle trrnany friend

a yu noral t la way all and ee a ri ndr
the writer of this tor one, con
ia . ,, . n on his future prospects, and all

inm oIdidwetauink ondid. Itwaswrong wer leatrlyedsatis ethe bhessse viudhish
A I also said many things I ought not to M. T McGEHEE.


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rammars and School Classics


OB's h5b4 Lab and keek a

oN A UNIronx PIAx.

oN scHOOL GRAMMAR, bes a intlesineties $*
Myde EE hJ 8 MMARwith4 ete and
ise ye m or Analysis orsatences mpists

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owd xxong. terlN LESSONS, for been
marr ammeos to has
Ris COMMENTARIES, wi@ notes, vocabulary sad
it neo essmaraterences. sise.
s on rt a when a s an ences ..

9 VIRGIL, with v4uable Eglish soks p

,R t GR o eAM mk Idum
n issuc%.a
-s Mr and
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st anos. n. answ,, a

g -*--- no

With a Sketch of American Literstare,


e New York TO e largel9:no. PriceS200.
aidsica a at Fra cleRe *or we

.. --me arrownwa
school. Price 900

Ed lefU Eco HYSIOL a ... .. I
0, ratecouege. r ?."$1
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J. 11. ROBSON,

Co an anis stoa M @rthan tz
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mara um

Marble and Stone Manuthetory.

Near Trinity HethesistchurehSavannaha.


,. r 1 '7.7717 dE8to e

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Tallering DIothing! Yarns!

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a street, use to undeman and sparks. G

ed"nteelmilbe cooonstlantt ree r ni is g ann w so B

es eRa 9 .
so am.

soup EXE
oxe coceentedeanish- PMNe

us lege 2e a a 6 and whue rush.
measse., Ex
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IR el oW Glag 8 and PWit f G

PersaleIow by

have o

you ere b anjyo a tr it Juou TI
,i :. q e,:,. I promise not to touch you at

all''And I promise that if you do, I will not

gd{is n I lad toutlof t inpder about
are a kind sister to me, aed I ought to be a
kind brother."
And so you are a kind brother, Robert,
only a little bit quick in your temper, and 1 am
quicker still. But now pick up the straw, for
1 should like to see how long you can balance
it without letting it falL''
Robert turned round t pl ch up the straw,
and saw, to h surpriseilashed oerter 1 : d of

I i * 1 Enehel at once, th ,i 1
they had thought their father was on
he had been in ble study all the 3
1 seen and heard all that had taken
... v.eir faces were almost as red as the
roses on the beds around them.
**And what has been the matter?" said their

father 2 y ur faces t see that alleh/
GI quarrelled with Rachel, father," said
Robert, "but I was out of temper. I am very
sorrynthat I went untio nienh one her," said

Rachel: "for when Robert was balancing a

8 ,ll agave ma push and made it fall : it
TIy dear children," said their father, 1

he ar)ho oh o u an t

and grieved that my children should be angry
and quarrel out a at iv e is n a nee@

I 7 v. ons .nether, you should bear with
\ o rn neomouretl e la norn
ed words y ha ecepooth anDI the I ard names

ioluo e ourselves; for He thatel" en le
over his own spirit is like a city that is broken

wnoa without wrdis n Pro{ p I to
heavenly Father, that a spirit of love

pt alty m 1) e rgiveoe

"What will you
anid Mrs. Black,
A Idobe madam, keenid noband

C of und i n uno na I

what I liked," Bandy growls .

on t e don ,bsenh a fr I othe house,

y it nad turbance to day; I

The dinner time cameand Sandyandhis fried
eat down to dinner The fish was eaten in si

i,)n dt arr ao I uthbefore

chie*Bonal il is iel en ile .'"adam. A

oblemmn dt ac was raised for another
"Madam, I won t eat roast chicken," roared

8oonded!""you know how is abould have been

ro At that instant anbrohiled chicken, with mush
li e. .> y .s n is 1,
ii < s. . = = =
ag .. .
rupting him,
Rising from his chair, and rushing from the
room, amidst a roar of laughter from his friend,
he elenobed his fist and abouted:

lea' How dare you receive a present without my

Ramie-A Substitute for Cotton,
A new plant has been added to our resources
of our tropical and
textile, which wilift... . , ,,
ing and the means of knowledge. We have

Thiel I ow prod ced at the rate of favron is
per year, in the State of Vers Cruz, Mexico,
whereit has been cultivated for five years by a
Belgium naturalist and botanist, who went there
to pursue hi avor i udlaeso d occupations in

asTali7pl t, led the ramie, i native of
Java; was introduced thence into the Jardin
sP antes at PCils by some French a van

e wonderf advanta( ul tried in w rn er

ret not so equator,

1 that of Java, it has been found to do as
It is due to M. T in 1, 1 r .

theMHooorticulu'ral 1 I
Vera Crus, Mexico that we can now pronounce
it a naturalized plant of this continent, and to

shtbidresenedvisi to thasncted ewDI se G le
Sta ston ( tjtJ a ial t like

hemp, contains in its stalk the ilbre for which at

rai a is isgrotwalkefrSou is

eardet n Cuba and I ower Mexico it will fur
ish five, and here at least three cuttings in the
Bya new process and some sunple machinery
invented by M. Raezi, the lint can be prepared
from the ground, in twenty-four hours. We
know that months of labor and the entire dis-

i. I 1 1 ..-

I- I *

Im6 the ant/when once 8 is l ard to eradi-
eate, grows rigorously, and defies the influence
uni m

M e di r 1 i w BTr ell I t,
C., 19th October last, a the age of 30 years, 4
monthsand Ti e. i. r I ..1 n: a a

modhardevoted Bible C intian, 11 .. =- 1
the life of I I s ist end was IIke
unto his. -l 4. 2 Ially and without a
struggle her only regret, as she said, in leaving
the world, being the separation from her husband
and their three children, and she left the sweet
testimony behind her, that she was prepared and
willing to meet her Saviour-

Mae. Acus
and 23 days, a .
She was here in West Dennis, Mass., June
10, 1802, moved to Savannah, November, 1820,
and joined the Methodist Church, under the
Rev. Dr. Howard, in 1821. Her life passed
letly and happily away; and she died as she

fordh eo d frieGhrist as em so en go
home; tell them to meet me in heaven,

J...wootro =. J.m ananson.
Woolfolk & Anderson,




. . advanae. made on

septers, sr .,1
on ozo s.onna.

clocks, sover ana sure Plated ware.
utisicassasqpy invacrooogic.,ara.


Attesin f te MllBawandGae WkWT all86


RESPECTFULLY call the attention of Mer

. . sonananzar s.w.navamous



4,.rneral Commission Merchants'


rawifqapgfu"'s"i."w not..qunums. ...un.

ep qRoyanarrontie.consentlyonhand.w
sense.ners. zonweawrz. wx.nerz

And omier. in

Bagging, Rope, Gotton, &c.
Plantation orders itel carefully.
me an num,, .. _
augn-ly ET. LOUIS, HO.
NDERSI ED be leave to noti
HE U GN g ty
form ac tduse ids t #4 ag em 3rnteh f8 lb e

c s, -re

Thvno nrIue

What were Little Hands made for? AGENTs FOR WHEELER & WILSON'S LOCK STITOR
To strike ? No. To scratch ? No, no. TO BEWING MACHINM
pinch and push? No T ii = No. monix NEEDLEs, and an the ate improvements for
To take things which No. saw.
Tobe mischievous? No. Naughty hands do wacussand;Ewanvrepairedatehortnotice.
these things. God did not made hands to be
unughty; he made them to be good and useful. ExonAVINavoNE
Gloodlit chandshelptwmman d anary hey usa PAmronoLDBILVERorkkeninExchange.

ni I suiterry sweet, a doors above

. .

to or a ea n he~ { im pany,
< 1 . he cat, and hook to the on
1 * ilsh, and wings to the "
birds; but he gave to the children hands, which Ex va
can do a great deal more than these can; and
he took a great deal of pains to make a hand. W II OLESALEHOUS E,
I ,
ran ana use o
think what yourhandoon do k b or.ngsmemeans on ines ,rerrannery,

knit, and ever so man
am sure, ae er meant 1 -- -1

hurn butter They sweep, and iron, an pick == ** ** e Newhusewell

al sbl tCougs IItuose tl m in a . plened a have
way to please God and sin e hands have done on rhe n Tax nonrsarmaxw will be earned

e ea rd talle ml i ma toeu ilot rah @ A. x. son.onows a co-
are black or white, fat or lean, red or brown, ",awnsah.sept and,1887.
great or littler hard or sofbt; only let thorn, Sept 1>6m.
whether in we or play, onest, car 1' Ohronio DiseRS68
1 3 rI < *** TREATED BY
Paper. D R. 19E WOODRU FF ,

.- coLUMBUs, GEoaGIA,
L 31133? 1 -:0:-


StoVe Houses



arcusanson as sawrone,


sk was ed nersswings, ---

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Key Store BuddingeWhikhan StreetAtlankGa
v.x scannson, s.v.sawron.

Sash, Blinds and Doors>
Wholesale Purniture Manufactory.
uner-sm whaustreet mann, on.



gate or sesavine, Tenn.



witan onehandreayards or eenerst rusengerspot
Corner Alabamaand PryorSts.,AtlantaGa,


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a, -u se. ,-. J *==.- -.u

d jpe a
be cuti, but neglect to do thee causes no special
lo- .1 no la : .it days or weeks the
of Mexico and the
his early days he makes a frank confession of Union. II. * I . .ie
his admiration of good manner. "In every plant eas -
ch of social bn iness I could ever frame, tude, and its preparation for market is simple
theempeirit of mannot entered largely as an in, and cheap in cost,
dispensableelement." Fartheronherretterates pro atthh totciequm anciTat nin bsafely
2. s take a high rank among our staples.-N .
which to many excellent people hardly exist at Pecaynne,
all as objects of conscious regard." BooCHOLERA.-The October number of the
So long, however, as our language contains Southern Cultivator, is well stored with matter
the we yeni its Ifroannersit spins a high in ting t theDa icultur ting

toeb deMcour oburlildi amluhws(n21 di Op e a n on la w
the uth ot be ug ntlenceourtechus, and forbear- remedy for it-all seemed to regard it as incu-

t e roc o do y am beannaple a troshoo d eri et oI deciedmd that I
overseers, are under especial obligation to be could do no harm. As soon as one refused to
gentlemen in all relations. Anger, wrath, clam- ea I it la pen, and if habowel w as
orand evilspeakingare not to be named by stagesof the disease,)Igavoita large doseof
them as ftt for the indulgence of saintly minds. ....- 4 1 a year old
For the rule wluch they are to bearing the house .. ..,, s. in five or

emus ace lu n mai) ne x hdou d ree ad thsesdoseawh h

beari insolence. operations I I : e it two tea-
ag spoonfule = 1 .4 much warm
He who is the pattern of the highest style of water, and repeated tho doneitnecessary, in five
Christian life has obtained by and through his or six hours. I never had to give the third dose

mum 2rt tdhe .. 6 or ad and frequently one would answer I discovered

Ctent none
2 1 . of
virtues while they cultivate the spirit of him disease made its appearance again in a year or
who said, "Bless, and enree not.'' two among my hogs, but I was prepared for it

. ,** .; dtlsoonh eHere e oh do std
I ...
ful and reckless, strength always takes on the ing a hog, as some m ght a poseh Turnth
majesty of repose, because it is built up with the veun hishi cko ha 0 cle neiskm d he
enduring elements of truth and righteousness.- is ver easily drenched.
There 18 force in the saying of Dr. Channing,

"Wit'v\:ti'Jr."::sil: who has th l ohn
est temptations from within and without; who
bears the heavest burdens cheerfully; who is
the calmeR in storms and most fearless under -- -
men e ndnfrowns; qudwhoserellanceontruth' ROBERT AND BACHEL.

This strength I as RobertandRachel were growing up quite tall,
seen in the best historic examples which the for the latter was between eight and nine years
Christian Church is won to reverence, have of age, and her brother a year older; they ought,
ever been found to be allied with suitable man, therefore, to have known better than to quarrel.
ners, and indeed have proved themselves bene. A sad thing it is for young people to gave way
ent about in proportion as becoming manners to a hearty mempeRobers were at play together,

I i. 1* of good manners under their father's study window, he with his
....y it.- r 1 r Is s. . I .. humming top, and she with her skipping-rope,
i.--c...I.. I .. .. .l., ,,, whenRobertseeingalongstrawontheground,
Ar I.- .. 1 1 .1 In .. I 1,= sqs picked it up and began to balance it on his
with a!f diligence, if its affections be properly finger. This he did very cleverly for some
harmonized, if love rules them and truth inspires time, till his sister, who was fond of a bit of
them, then good manners both in speech and mischief, gave him a push, when down fell the
conduct are as certainly generated therefrom as straw to the ground. Robert, instead of taking
are blossom from budsia spring time. the act in a good humoured way, rose up into a

mm T me hdtlrehgrea uter stsdof e hurch passionuandeanaa o "ar to e.el! I
it is not necessary to show by any citation of wanted to see how long I < balance the
particular facts. Yet at is obvious that the work straw, and now you have prevented me. I
of Christ can be done best by those only who have a great mind to break your skzpping-rope,
U. Christian spirit. that I have."
"Break my shipping-rtokpe, indeed, you pas-

ACONFIRMED GRUMBLER. sl ot n are ilchild va very
The following sketch may be a caricature, ailly child too. You are always doing some ill-
though we think there is a human likeness about nature thing or other; I would not be a med-
it so real as to be easily recognised: dlesome girl for the world."
Sometime ago there livea in Edinburgh a "And I would not be a foolish, passionate

air 1 nown me a dSan y chi, whose boy on awy account. You are alwaysai 6 g a
ed noh chamusinhe scenes be adenseless irrita- : 2 z,.. a. 8 I .si .1. leave you
ty, ighly by all except to play by yonise .
the brute's good, patient little wife. Onemorn- In a very tossing manner Rachel walked
Ing Sanday arose bent on a quarrel. The had- away, and soon began to skip and to sing, as
dies and eggs were excellent, done to aturn, and though she was happy. Robert, too, seemed to
hadbeenordered byhimselfthepreviouseven- bealtogether taken up with his humming-top,
ag and breakfast assed without the looked. whistling louder th usual, that his sister
mP mi5bt hear him.

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,, . v7: reve re r us

L rd G and ROPE, or IRON TIES, will be supplied
by them. are a y

columba.0a. Augwom) 2 === us. BROOKI ERRY's ELEMETHOF METEOROLOGY limes

ALMANACS FOR ISOS. aces1 A good textbook on an into
paredtofurnishthetradewiththext .. ., sys.
FARMER B ALMANAG POR 1868. u r *. r . .. rn ... I I

7. .. so * . r -

BLANKS TO DO (2 sumbrs), hs .
J. W BURK fa o a r .

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F Pr rn N T .1 NTLY n ?J

- __ _
* Miss Maur Ax McLENNAN, died near
La eville8 Ala. On 1,rl86tl e Rev. Alexanc

McLenn newhoa tellis I es(TI iaioa a

and the earnestness and faithfulness of his m .
mistrial labors. As might be expected, she
br n onat audu do a do

united herself to the M. E. Church, South
early life. She developed a lovely Chris ..
charneter. Her piety w -2
et, but intelligent and
treated by a constant and faithful discharge
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the memory of ,. . e. I I a
3. 1 1 rhetionate tender-
.= hearts of those
-a ot as those wbt
have no hopebut are confident that she "Sleen
in Jesus. PasTos.

BRYANT STRIPLAND died in Tattaalf co, Ga,
on the15th Nov., in his 74th year,
Hewasamanof .. .. I F
as a citizen, and on. -1 1. ul., a a . 1
all the duties that devolved upon him. 11e had
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diligence in the government of his household.
Ero.8tripland had beena memberof the Metho-
dist Chqreh fo al ut 30 years. We cannot

as is * I = .. ..
and no doubt his shorteomings were oilen oc-
casions for sorrow and lamentation. When
taken sick, he sent for his pastor and requested
prayer and religious conversation. When it was

km fatr a If tameu I le, the a leat{ino a
as to his prospects of heaven. The direct ques-
tion was answered, "I think I am ready, and
my soul will rest in glory." When nearing his
end the darkness seemed to give way, and he was

-.... . -\- /. . ../.

Roselus F. ATTwoon, died at his residence,
near Mt. Elba, Bradley co., Arkansas, on Satur-
day as. .. ... .i. .4 Nov., 1867, in his 52nd
year, .ar ra at .4 days of much suffering,
with typhoid fever.
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