Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
Uniform Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
Physical Description: Weekly : ;
Language: English
Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: January 8, 1869
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: VID00067
Source Institution: University of Florida
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tions" of the R>yal Society of which he
was Fellow, and also Sacretary, has left on
rooord the following testimony: "The Bible
contain thie law of Gods kingdom in this
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age and country," says: "The Bible is a
matchiess volu ne, it is hopossible we can
study it too much, or esteem it too highly"
Loche has said: "Morality becomes a
gentleman, not merely as a man, bus in or

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e tu no other book but the New Taiits
Sir Isaac Newton, whose scierce was
truth, and the foundation of whose know
ledge of it was philosophy, says, I acconna
the Soriptures of God to be the most sub-
lims philosophy.
The learnedChi1. ,:s rs .=L [ was
asareasonerandsh. a 3. al.3s-orn
mination as a philosopher, have called forth
the commendations of Looke himself, pre.
sents his confidence in the Bible in thefoL
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comprehensible to human reason, I so
scribe to it with hand and heart, as know
ing that no demonstration can 0 Retr
than this-God has said so, a re at
must he true."
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with the bare names of a .. at 6..* ut.
tered sentiments like the ( r . ..Inted
Let those who have bc ..raz. 4 to
thinic the Bible as fit only for the perusal
et th ael -r wrl e- tra ste pr a and
Irerr a ng r., f. e.. .. .sr is,..
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languageof Dr Young-
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. who is at the head of that lastitution and
a regarding as we da the importance of the

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a to et en Receipts.
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al- r ... y more n 00
as ,r .. .... ower to I J. 00
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?@***** t 2.*, .-: l., ... Levated, Louisville, D. R. McWilliams... 69 35
ee I . .. ... .> .r .. T E. L. Timmons....... 7 00
pre ass ul a . .II c . .n II .. 1 .0 Circuit, J. J. Mor-
r gan .................................. 32 00
,, ...a -- Swainsboro, J. D. Manidin....... 40 25

der st.2, a ral so .._ : FC;BFIGN MIE6ION
course- r t .... at : .. ; ,: .. agret to Total..............................8863 20
the Call 1: re- 1.- nee2.1 . ... 2, as rI .. =1 is such MAcoN DIsTRICT.
-ram.c aa .. = e . r-r ( r . and peo- Macon, Mulberry Street, J. S.
ears..... e.. I .r I.. t . = of our Key.... ....$250 00
$... el. It ic .r. r .J- ar as s. ... ,1. I are that Macon, First Street, J. Blakely
raw .rI I 2 1. . .. . . s, I1.. I rI -. .rl ........................ 35 00
data 1 .1 .. . . It.,, 2 a i si . .il J. T. Ainsworth 57 00
tr..s..a . . .4 .. ..: a .1 . re as si 11 Irwinton, Wesley Lane.... 19 50
in.d sh 6 ,. ... . .1 . .,,,, ... ,,, ,q Gordon, C. W. Smith.............. 14 00
I'-.1- .. . r ,, e ., .. ,, .. ble, self HawkinavilleMiss., W. F. Rob-
.t,,I r : .. ,,. 11.. ,,, r. 7 J. ison....
. an a ,, . . . = 1 by us. Fort Valley, E. A. II. McGehee.. 157 80
1 at . , q ,, , ,, ,, k it ad- Perry, W. Knox.... 30 50
fr..<. . .3 . -, . . r .. ,., a a 4 Board IIayneville, W. W. Stewart...... 100 00
nL r ..ference Vienna, E. J. Rents ............... 18 50
so,1RI rar .... r .. . .. . .... it fIll I IIIllill 1 I liacipline Macon Circuit, W. C. Bass...... 34 00
drain al I .. s, 1, .. L 1 1. .. I I 1 inards in Knoxville llfission, E. S. Bassett 3 55
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uri*ar.J""I l it.. .. n, . Total... .........................$719 85
merese61setus, a .r . On a r in Pa. I columnusmarwicy.
hall I ore for ColumbusSt Luke,3.E.Evans$172 00

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..rd. ar.1 1, the c ..ts . n a , , I / co con Pleasant Grove, W. W. Tidwell 5 00
wood e-4 sh r no r.11 . r. TTpient Mini.n, Y. F. Tignor... I 50 lan C.n:. i-r L . L I 1. W. Anthony....... 15 00
Bla. I .. new rE rr I ... pr r .. a W. Dixon.... .. 50

sison, w ri oo

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ousand Lanier, J. R. Hayes................ 10 00
I rf br I L Total......... ....... ..........$605 55

.7 .u' ,, ... , whers, Americusjan us ornseT ....039 00
of -1 r. an mi in, I Bethel, George Bright ....... ... 35 00

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bran 0.1 a -s.I..: Ir.-.r .rus ar.I. so yes ad rn .... ,, , ,, , a Oglethorpe and Montezuma, S.
i.e as at,,- ..ric 1 rt. un n ---- r . tre t Unisrsa . ,., a , r . Schools Anthony.... 53 00
r.s at ., 1. -sp.,I,.s .u f a< so fl Et --, ., . . ... .. ... .ito Mis- Starkville, J. G. Worley.... 9 00

1. of ..".,12.'.,', a br r ... I .115 .0 t- 11,*.:,- r 3 n r anachans CuthbertCanide.Georgetown, J.
b are arr.ed 5, sa.- any she. sal ibe RI. E... rn 0... 5 .1,r... y . ,,, , ,, ,- Randolph, J. W. Mills..... 12 00
the .. so partmelarly r..*..aument (s...t --- I G.r a r, 4, B..r p r.,.g.p a 2 ,,. r .. mee ap- Florence, S. R. Weaver..... 14 40

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bole Number 1734

PL DLisHEE 1:Y J la tillliff .i <0. Unit THE MEt, reli

Macon, Ga., Friday, January 5, 1869.

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ild ffR E.

Watitag, DAT IL Wi'"
ARee attirpmigh
the Advable psinespally c..e-sal.r,
anet and adjourned. The preaohere, have
agoeived their appointments for a new year,
and many of them will have entered upon
their work, before these worde resoh them,
irhite other will soon be there. A word of
congratolation and enoonragement may not
be unles-may do some good.
We may be nowisely enthusinetio, but,
right or wrongwe confess that we enter on
the year 1869 with no small amoast of ex.
alcation-exaltation for our Chareh, for
her anecess in the past, for her bright pros.
poetstpr the Intare. All is not what it
oaght to be; but there are signs of im.
yovessent la every department of our work.

p.:::::.:::::::::e h 0
will developed in them a higher endeavor
titan they have felt like making, during
these past few years of poverty and case,

!"".donnia. q n amag a
06urob to bring back its old dayeof power,
Mid they are working more direetly to the
Assired end. The signs of improvement
the past year have encouraged them great.
ly) asid, we believe, that they generally
There with as good hope for the future
'Shey are far from believing with some lat
reely pr-p et, shal the mission of the
BI E Onarer. Anast.. .s ended," and that
la mz.s der..r.5, or elseho "disintegrated
and at...,wr.,j **
Amer campaign is before the preacher,
sis& the choreh. There has been a reor-
ps.asu a of it.< f... --1,..5 rs.s.*, P. c.

Ew y is .. <. -d .. Ir \
experi --God eague.-- .-y n...t. It id e
4a The army r. = a.s I.= ar.A.. I 1-
the heels mental 2-she e. an..* -1.1 .. a .'
IB work -ILe I.rase ask .2 burn.. resai-st,
ocebasers was e..i r.c.i:-,:1,0 1.-coral r.
sprvied a or any is it.- so-s r.
ar dank Wr D.f 0.5:-5 I1a IE-= s.
eray.ef f'tarter 11+ are air. It- 2.-
aa"A 1-ssly-seth f ,r es r- .r -at a -

::tr:::,-:': ::.:'.r

I at n. .ralate IL. L r.r L. "
laid) brir=gr r,-rr.r r...,sir.. r., it.. IT rr r
O.ed, the r..p si ct.< yar- ir.r.r so, war,
the bar.ed [wk

EPiscopal Work*
B.hop Mania de not intend to rust

ag I ( .ma. a foRebsendsood n
and tr..** .ay **It... month of April and
tree Isrsr sur..sq a M.7 I expect to epend
On 180 81-acill ar. D..rr.>t at such places as
the Pre st.0- iliser army designate. The

5 r c. I 1 e e
Elabbsith h as 114 Becond Banday in
May us st,,. ,.<.ed Sunday in June I
aspect to spend in the Marysville Dis,
Adam,=>.. Pren.2r.,g sh.2 toarrangemyap-

Speotator says: ur rea ers w glad
to learn th a Bish p Martin's a 1 bb

working himself well, acting on the remark
of Bishop Pierce, that passees for nearly all the ills that ministe-
rialilesh is heir to.

The North Carolina Conference,
The Nashville Christian Advocate brings
the first definite account that has reached
as respecting the above named Conference.
Absence much of the past month caused
us so miss many exchanges, and so, we
failed to see the appolotments. We now
learn that Dr. Deems is returned to the
"Choroh of the Strangere," N. Y. city.
The Conference held itesession at States-
ville, N. C, Dec. 2-7-Dr. Wightman,
Bishop-Dr. Craven, Secretary. L. W
Orawford, A. K Murchison, were admitted
on trial. HP Cole was admitted into full
connection Joseph W. Rowbotham was
received from the British Wesleyan Con
( re .- J. B Walhants, J.8 Long, J. 8
R 4.1. II, leeated. W. Holmes, B T
Blake, J R McIntosh, El Gray, J B.
Peoyd, dB D.aser, G W. Deems, super
soonated. A. Smith died. J. W
Tucker was expelled. P H. Bosville was
anspeeded. Isrants bapessed, 761; adults,
1833-a manifesslyimperfect report; Sun.
day->ohools, 384; teachers, 2 379; schul
are, 16,889: $1,252 46 rates for claim
sets, being a httle over 38) per cent
Bishops' fund deSoient 8700 70. Rai ed
for m asions, 81,400. Increase of white
members, 1,058; of local preachers 25;
decrease of colored members, I 850. Tr e
Conference now numbers 32,514 white,
],809eoloredaembers; 1791ocal preachers
The Secretary writes to Nashnite Advo-
see, datesville, N. C.,Dec 7, 1868:
The thirty third seemion of the North
Carolina Conference closed to-day in this
Iplace, Statesville is on the western border
f our Conference, a small town on the
Western Railroad, and is almost entirely
occupied by Presbyteriane; but the Con.
forence was most handsomely entertained.
Brother Yates, who was stationed at this
place less year, was very popular, and had
both the energy and the tact to provide for
the brethrea. It wasperhapsthe meet bar-
monious and delightfulConterence we have
had for many years. Bishop Wightman
arrived on Tuesday, and has won for him.
self a p'ace in our affootions to last for life.
He depatches business wnth great rapidity,
yes was clearness, secoracy, and wsthout
confueloe. Hiasppearanoegraces thechair;
his manner secures good order, and his
kindness wins all. His addresses to the
Conference did grealgood. His sermon on
Sunday morning from Eph. iv. 8, 9,10,11,
was regarded as a masterpiece of Obrietian
eloquence, and moved with resistless power
one of the largest audiences ever seen an
this part of the State. Finally, the Pre.
siding Elders were delighted with the
Bishop in the stationing-room, and perhaps
no set of Appointments was ever more gen
rally satisfactory.
Dr. MeFerran was with us. He has al-
|ways been a favorite in this Conference, but
be earpassed himself this time. His ad-
dress at the anivereaty of the Edneation
Booiety was unique, wonderful, and power
fal. His massionary address will not soon
be forgotten; it reached a longofsray into
o hearts sula II as bp kedollare q

to the cofers of the mteer. Inditerent
Presiding Elders and lazy preachers learned

emier eojy a n as
eteesave, and the repartee to some winoing,

Vol. xxxii. No.'2.

ar.immeopar-modner.e. and made gladmary astrke's Weekly for Borg and eq='** c. =..a., a .*.*1 sons...r.,: :1.. Pro., a .x ar; a me.fe.r!ol 1. .4 Fr..r, am. soon.>Israel. .(. *3..ur .>ps F.=ar.s .r. a.- air- ri, .r ar. it.* I.=s.T. To one of Finlo Ge:rgan
<,II).* Unr.3= abadren .115 Ir.= dec-i are us. I, els.3 Tr ...rr as 4 ....... . rna-.res she sub-*s.*I usefic.ow.-solands....n .-= T-slan- Conferene
min.nsmitival..akareDr. M.fearun re a n, ..1-1...4.1 it.. I ilar. sev..F.0 test*14-r..esh,..... 11'raser-..-.ra-leembepairs.-pr.. c misse... ..e i. -
at all our a.mi-ter.... [*r bones, if [Ir 0-salamp alss 1 ...4 it. 2 e .. .r...r-su.1=. -sin li = *, ...*.ll-, is J J Pr..rh.r.0.e.L.r ., ., can... w.. son has......:,- was use r...emalief less. [*-ar i... r.- a is.. ,ar.= ES.parl of Pa.
\'ara.r.ia mass:..awnsh and **Marwomer-- 1.1. I ar- gi r o, lan v.. *; rt..* F. s . ...141 12 is ..s-c, oalks app-.r..J. was r...: I r-r- r. I .la -k in kly 9.. H is steelsamor ourseekir., N.airl mis Isrenae have
alone ree -armar. .0 anisi nrbr I..a her.ns r. r. w ...rg ,, ir., i. .arms, .t 1. I .. . r.....2. l....I I. .in> 1. = is, I ..r .= ..I.eled us r.e = s = ther .- ,- = ==.s=>squarry,3,.Eslur, g: a histler.0. T.userb. talke-o.r a--- .5 (*rrholar
a 1.rp audler-a= Tha tterseare as on J.r.ury. **.va 4.* 4.r.. 0 ; 1.1 1 '0 '* .i *I 1 -, .. ... ..ra..- r.-*I- -a 1 .=...,: r .. .- 3. s >.e. .. c.. s L -.* t*.sla n..d rurnar *I., b. f ir -p eal e-ra..r.mai.14'r when, it as and
a gene-s.T c. n.s.ner.: mil.,- perse-. as. -. =>.,* I.,1 ..... tr as ur ..,: , r s.,p... .. .. F.: al 2 r II F it.L 2.s.... I al I..*,i pr b .-:= e -- seen la In. hy.. wani re Lamour.- Orphsoaor presellerers' tr she ag-
assa he.. ....nes.ela.--s.4.rgr.e. In.....s., Mr 1***1-1..11-.. =r.z..r...rr,.,-a .... ..ites.vealks....tud.Ir-e-.andshe year r .
.-.mi is' .--- .. it.- stin-a- .o.pri. [.1, .* it.? -s.I, 1.1.. >.={ c. I [ c st is ...... ir, r,. I I ..s..,c : r was ar.vis Will railre--s it. .*, r ., .<.= i.--r.- i.; r s,:,te ,ar.,- r.u a st.- us.esir. .1.a:ases, [heariate. pl
AstoinSuenceandpowerMethodismisthe they wa De vaasty improved. It wm ree a Matchell, Obarles Betts and Abaer Eran preachers of Shelby Distriot belog absent, of the long Mena Christian Assootatton, the gardena, wLth the basses and have. When, = 1,6tl
religion of the 8tate, and now has an open means of ednestion-teach them to read- were continued on the supernumerary hat, it was, on motion, determined tor proceed urging the preachere to encourage organs- remand us that we have passed several Je- Earter-, **
Seld of usef aloose rarely equaled. make them fond of reading-stir up and Ales W. Walker was superannuated, with the examination of elders the sations of the kind throughout the State. rees into a warmer latitude. [*.r.I.mrms,-a. ** F..== ==4
dra ut'th ds ko of them some. A. A. Gilbert, being called upon, made The list of laymen present was read as Dr. Smith was elected to preach the next Galvestonis justbeginningita career, and II .r.*, ** ;
Minutes of the North Georgia Con- we air mia -ma a ** 11. Austin, 8. Bobo, R. II Conference Sermon. A. M. Chrietsberg when the great railroads now projected shall Marietta, 500 00
forence and osher matters. thing very diferent from what children are> 1 is r = ..... 11 I 1 ( i' "' .7 in Caraway, V. C Dibble, A. A. alternate. be completed, it will beconse the New York Atlanta, a 800 00
We have received from the Rev.Seerets- who never read snob a paper. Church. Large numbers have recently Gilbert, R 8. Hill, Mrles Johnson, J. H An evening session was ordered, of the West. A good brother in New Or LsGrsage, a PO DO
The price is 02.00 a year. The prenab- attended the services of our preacher in Kinder, M. J. Kellar, W. D. Lee, C D. Conferencemeouthe Methodist Church leans advised us, when we entered Texas Grif5a, dO
ry aygoo an early copy of this pamphlet. ers of our Obureh are authorized to take Sumter. Similar indigestion have been Rowel, J F. Smith, Benjamin Stokes, L. in the evening at 7 o'clock, W. A. Garne- to blow off all the Carolina air in us,
The faete set forth in it have heretofore noticed in the Baptist Churchat that place B. Varn, H. T. Wright and James Zachary well in the chair. but we staid so long in this pleasant city, 40
been given through the Advoease. But subscriptions as time-they to become re- The Bishop presented a communication -17. W. Martia presented resolutions of that insensibly we wereSiledwith Texas at The Presiding are rel "' I go .
there is much in it, that may be matter for sponsible for their collection, as they do for which was read by the Secretary from A The appeal of the Trustees in behalf of thanks, well merited, to the pastar and mem- mo sphere, and so strong was this f .Rc e.r.k a lis.mi a > 1 -e.n.. .. r.n>*gg
study, and we expect to haiag out some of the Advocate-and they will receive a com R. Basick, who withdrew from .5..." ., W. I . ?= Church, Columbia, as bers of thoPresbyterian Church for tbo use that little Frank, the youngest of ag .us rt. Pr.sarmersal / is. I at 100 I =.1 mi
th mission of 20 per cent. forence and from our Church I ., I . 4 ... r. I in the Advocate, was of their house of worship; to the citizens alwaysoorrected any one who m.-= 6 L.. o swer...*oes, F a.*h.*r-are
one things hereafter. We will propose the Holston Conference of the Northern read to the Conference, and the claimsof the for their kind and gooerous hospitality; to for a girl, by sanouncing that he us. a 1-as elc m the or ri 1 as rness the
one question now for the consideration of Trz-Weekly Journal & Measenger. Church in 1865 He states that false im- church presented by W. Martin, pastor of the seventrail road coorpanieafor the facill. and a Texas boy anna to eq' s .. 1 1 sham Ju ing
all into whose hands the Minutes come. In addition to the Daily and Weekly pressions induced his separation from us; the Church. ties afforded for our present convocation; Fifty ., am (5 en use. da
What was the average contribution per week Journal and Messenger, J. W Burke & Co. that he afterwards saw his mistake; that Dr Smith offered resolutionsof sympathy all of which were adopted, the first two by the subarbsof which give no prom r I she ,. r if

e a f a a 8 f G r e n a r 1 1 rMe b 0 e o a on t Ka o oesMepnA e r i I a
gle Conference? We ask the question, in the 8 C Advocate, will go to subscribers far fetched; that in order to be set right, Dr. S spoke in feeling strains of the remi next year, as fohows: 8. Leard, J T. Chappell Hill, which we reach easy or Asses..m as is shop .
no captions spirit, but to ask further, the three times a week, at 85.00 a year, which, he deems is aduty to apply direct y for ves nisceneesof Method sm in Columbia, show- Wightman, L Wood, W. C.Power; J T. nighs, where we are kindly ri .r. sti Tr. I i. si* e own u e.I
the answer be thoughtfully cooeidered- considering the amount of reading matter torari n nithonConfere el so thrae etab t beishee i a wd a d e a s8 a deberLsAde ; St E. W. L ikthe o and made comfort-r".1 II..r.,p.
pm way Munisipan elo 6 Whtdo b e wH anodn, a uprisin sichee cand tt To I fa fM av v mb ru a t plb renan 2H'm i n n MF Win edh am a sl, b ch ee a 0 e olm e us

we intend further to water, onltivate and tioa. to disentangle himself before re entering Bishops and superannuated preachers. A Bobo, W. M. Connors ani IV J T. Miller, profound thankfulness to the good Provi- DahIonega, 500
bring fruit from, if it be possible. But we the itinerancy. After some interesting can osil was made upon the andlence, which The reportofthe Committee on Mezooire done that guided me and mine so far, and Roose 1
want first, to get the Advocate into a THE GALAXY, which grows more popular versation he was reinstated, and located proSinptly contribred $162 for their help. was read by Rev 8. Leard. Four patriarche all so pleasantly and safely. To God be all Marietts, 75
thousand or two more Methodist families, monthly, began one of its new serial stories, secording to request. BoardL chairman of e neial andooneal jout prhounsusg you rmeep thl t country the weather is always de- Atlanta, a IlliJ UU
before we begin the work,-that the ares in the January nuanber, and it promises Conference sECONDSDAd with by brethren to return heir moneys and to the Spain, Bond English, James Stacy and cided: when it is fair, it is all sunshine, I sege, O
under onltivation may be broader. Harry abundant good reading for the year 1869. D. Derrick The minutes were a and amatisfactory reports which accompanied Alesius M. Former, are names that will go and when it raine sepours. Thulast it did n,
up the subscribers, brethren, for we have, We like it better than any monthly of its approved, tbo Bishop in the chair. many of them. down with the history of Methodism in this in genuine Texas style for two days before 05000 .
a message for the Churob, full of hope for close we have seen, and commend is to pa J T. Wightman presented ap per pro The question as to the time of holding country, to the latest generations John P. Conference men. But Bishop Dogget was Dear Brethren,-Our Bishops are
the future-if it can only be brongl t tronage 6 ma r eco ered through J. W. pej0 can oTo a enfe 4them i n a judi < on ohn g bb nebr ndght a at sends.soon afte Teel nag h second n his as obBrenham onoth bdone oure lves, depwdeo upon beese co estigaps
hear We need your help. G per y tee of three laymen with authority to call ahlo disession kft in the hands of the died at his post" We were particularly purney he had taken If any one thinks ty ILu IA* .af the*h. their
once-and we will D. V., give you "value HsARTH Ann Hons is a new and very an extra and separate session of laymen. to Bishop, pleased inoneof thesolemypauses that oe- the Bishop's police is an easy one, let ham stewards. Let us set promptly, and as the
received," before the spring passes p-ettily illustrated weekly, published by consider and report a plan to the Confer- ATL Smitha3 Derr okpaNee'Calleywe care duringtoberteath wnb remar fr m take thde1ton f ebeseconferene2e ema2 earliest possible crpa-=.may runa she

Help for the Chinese Bohools. Pettenge!I, Bates & Co., 37 Park Row. fl ws'TheA.Comm a weallapSproi eds passed and continued on the supersonated who had known and loved Mr. Stacy when superintendent that comes out, amount somessed to et.- a .;.I. 0..,- a On-
A correspondent from So Ca-sending, New York. It has a lish of distinguished Robert Bryee. list. Brother Derrick being preseat, made they were bath young men. On Thursday, the 26th, the work of the re eBrethren will please f>rward to sm
85.00 in aid of Rev. J. W. Lambush's outri s alsas justdeas f ae let re itschoepprrees inpg doeurso haeprivate someo y f rj e onllbeet eeaPt me to a enourPwantin ha rrmea anoPoPo nog een deo tahneda fr ano wht 4 n.= r, i.s... -.= hy P US
Chinese Schools, says: from the ublio at la borough vistrict, M. E Church, South, i,. 1 r \ 11.thodism and the ed that the arrival 0 he Btshop was mo. the small amberse attendance. All of th Jr n.e j a 4 ..t..r.i L rar.mana
"Icannoteee how any Methodiatenorest p rge at 8100 a year, in endorsing the Christian character of A. R .. 5 v in South Care mentarily expected This secreased our enerprisecof the Conference were reviewed
BrotherLambush'aletterinAdvocateHth advance. liennick, who was yesterday renadmitted ' }ready depart" anxiety. A proposition to entertain the wrtheareandmorethanordinaryattentio. IC ***en r .1 r. Itr.-=h-s surream
Dee, and not feel that he, or she, awar and located at his own request. The P. E '3 ** i audience with brief relations of expedence given to the institutions of learning Re1 & .1.. asg ran..I . =.-i ** a .2 I will make
: I,.. c. c. I => .1 . a.. The Great Iron Wheel* ruggests that he no transferred to the a ,, was responded to by Rev. Dr. Hunter, J F. A. Mood, of the old Palmetto Btste z. t.. solum r.I ni, in -1 .
2 .r ., .. is Has probably abauged you, who read this Holston Conference, (South) which after a took a recess, when the body corporate was T. Wightman, D Derrick and A. 0 sow at the head of Soule University, wise C W. Kar, Ch'n
from one borne to another. Your Post Of vote re considerlyg the action of yesterday, calitehde toohorrderl, b the Presiden DraSmirkh Stephen while a rrang Tunt obe a noo deet do a v Tehoodo f ere J. B. F. N Ga. Coderonop
Ace should be changed. Please eit down, and deaving ham an the hands of the Bishop a B. Plate and J. C. Cria were eled des entrely relieve the anxiety of waiting by annual collections from all the Churches jan. 8-6w ,
at once, and write us where you took your ins oe amination of character was a ann membership in th legal Conference. preachers their work now done, and they- In addition to the literary and scientifiede- THEEla resis-A.-.. rt Fcurate
paper last year, and where you want it sent, resumed, and elders of the Columbia, Cokes. W. A. Gamewell submitted the reportof but every head turns to see every face that apartment here, there is a medical school in ,, ..... -, ...,,. .. gr or e aden al-

;it:::.::.::::: -- go*, .(.-:(1:. ighcon e5s o or ne no 103 ta d wear a t ep in I e

8-Noobjection to the lettereontain- we mad8e TpernumeraryMatMhe r wa re hereofar Tabt 0 thre 1 Only $35 foun bato8 296,08 ash en collected sit w if not at be felt ha H1 ] ge to leC
farms or incomes, now have cash on hand, ing a few new subsoribers and renewal. /$iver, Daniel May, Dr. W Smith and J. J of seven claimants consumed the whole. A few brethren that we remember to have Female College, long the favorite school coast wnh only ir . I or, mad g,
and can lend the Lord a ten or five to help Jan. 8-tf Snow were contained superonmerary. L The edicers were re-elcoted as last year, heard read out upon a certain Committee for young ladies, is now unde going repairs d a o1were .r r.r r* b
that man of God do his Master's work, in 31. Liamer and J. W. Coward were located except that A. A. Gilbert was put on the dropanthen anotherandthen-aye, there's and will be refttled by January next for a weather. There wasanwwheror/indren
giving the gospel to the Chinese willing to Lists of Subscribers' at their own request. Board of Managers, vice an absent brother. the Blehop. He takes the char, and in. new career of usefulaea

3t a eded, Idt withooubwhabb n pre esm ree qu 3tea^toye aedthte wh a tn se mt o t IA6 a loo jouOnedmotion, the legal Conference ad. quireseift 1 enness of the present session on Bi issinarydamadver-a or 2 .. I
you $5.00 towards the $150.00. Let us with their successors. Where this has not Conference, was called, he complained The Bishop resumed the chair, when, A quarter t> 12 the Bishop pronounced were the speakers, and n I ha at e athe
encourage thathael denyingn, arhfest wor rg been done, the preachers will please send jrteeoertainbresolodous IAednu assed in aft rthe usual noti eaC inference adjourned theAbtogeedt I is has been one of the most a son I e e . t < r l

Year's gift. It is one way of "holding up us the names of Post Onces in their re The resolution was pretty well adred, and ' ' ' *' s Anniver- pleasant Conferences held in South Carolina missionaries to this State, I c ft .11.:.. . so rent-
his hands." Bee how he has toiled, see spective charger, and we will send a list 1 , ,,. ,, ,la = would not any at the Methodist Church in the even- for many years. The weather was fine ex- der, intillefectiveand et .-r.s Te-r.,,, .. g ...... rar
what ha has to del See his Paul-like spr- subscribers. Picase do this early; as = 1. t consider] xag. An able report on behalf of the keeping only on the first day. Discussions we have an entire presidi.,: as ..s...r ***d a us -- ...
rit: works to feed and clothe his family, are unwilling to loseen by discontinuance. offensive by or to those who were properly Board was read by Rev. W II. Fleming were frendly, puashing was good, the fare of missions to the Germane. Ine preachers upon the beach on the west side of Fau-
then has to study and translate to capacit- e, an i truly unabletoba present, it was floally Dr. MeFerrin made one of his very hap. was punce y, nothing to hinder n eful pro. are men of good sense, fair acquirements nett Point. The narrative of Davies le

o e h GRANT LEABv sSee e with Rev h,,re Ina mit r 0 ddA peat arts, i an add) o 3 lo la s all e oer f th ld 6 pa or tiallling and to bi
commanded--'Go preach my Gospel te eVe- J. Cotter, of No Ga Conference, as was submitted That pdaper as now meeting A Preacher's Quarterage. ItO F ICE TO TEl B LA DI ES

ry"Wountothe professors who hold tight rin iopna n Tand Girls taught. Opens itsourrencexp ,anm e f ude Dec 19 Rio De ices were cor- 1 litor,-Iwrite thismorninguotin "'rr.> se.g .mon to- *.ation.
their profit; whospe on shelf and family; blARTIM WAsamorow COLLEGE, Rev. who had been most onecessful in increasing ducted by W. A. Gamewel apan comp ining, be with a purpose .\- I a ....

w laaloutdineexturdhase townposses B.ArbogastPresidentopens 3dWednee- incirculation weregiven Mr. Canning, The Distriots being calledT.E Wan- It a frequently thought-and those presenthgfirtheconsiderationoftheread.

on their knees METHODIST *S CHERRY PECTORAL during the present easton of this Confer were c ected to demon a orders butl have seen many things that would be subject are admissible until the gospel ege-while I regarded II ..5 d ny-

THE PREBBYTERIAN INDEx of Mobile A GooD Txme--Phremologi al Journal. nod; ro d to ul tehattious was not a 100 Id ao a 8, Lenfelaentdd LldelVhitaker, w tonyou d yo readers, andtif lyoulike stantdis ,oh efeed;, my purpose to disease tore end too many o edo he so iq ,
has been merged into the Southern Presby to ritualism had so frequently been uttered R B. Al can was continued supernume my journey from South Carolina here, first, the subjector money as a gospel theme, but I huitted for them, I nursed them when
terian of Columbia, 8. C. This was done, ScInvivic AMERICAN. on the floor that while the charman was r ry, and T A Boone was placed on the I left Orangeburgon 7th November, giving rather to give utterance to afew thoughts siek and wounded: I wrote letters for them
partly becausiant IMho t w e BOUTKCAROLINACONFERENCE. r ti 2 is rwa imp respkeetedtas a san w, Greenville and Charleston, na elf full time to tnaTy a to : I .. 1 -,'=. most 8 1 nodnsa cht e -To oer
8 P REPoars:D BY any. LANDY woon. while therewaredifferencesof sentiment on each petitioned for the next Conference travellers, especially when attended by la- Conferences closed. my prayers for them did not cease duria
to leave Mobile-though in his opinionbut This body convened at Abbeville C. H, some points, between ddlerent branches of Oberaw was elected dies, abildren, trunks, boxes and bundles; I presume every preacher knows by this the four years, of the march, the camp sh
for another reason the paper need not have at 9 o'clock A M, on Wedaeaday, 16th the Chure't, there was yet so much unity Dr. Shqp submitted the report of the but in all of our journey there was not the time whether his expenses have been paid bivouse and the field. And this in common
been discontinued. He says: "The only December, 1868, and was opened with re- and harmony between them on the great Committeeon Eluestion. As itispublished least ground of complatat-it was more a by his charge, or not If he has come of with all of my deathern eisters; and yet
reason that can be assigned for the failure ligioneservices by Bishop Wightman Not cardinal doctr nes of the gospel; and he a synopsis as unnecessary in this place [eee pleasure trip to na than otherwise. Com- even, with a light and cheerful heart he 1 1. i. .].1 = .. e .... . .. si, the
of the Inder, is that you, brethren, were nobor than 60 answers dr g Irbsbou p a et o on Irosight alA ulti let age ]0authen submitted the report of limentary re rut oe sPma cuT a so e a no trd e tr //, ... .2r ...1z.-n I
not convtnees thah there was any necessity A responsive address was delivered by J the Committee on Books and Periodicals. that we would not be forgotten, though far renew his seal and efforts for the salvation forts when measured by the compass of our
for your having a paper of your own. I F. M. Kennedy was elected Secretary, R. Pickett. We hope to do better things for our Adoo away Then, too, the assiplimentary tick- of souls. But if his expenses have not boon wishes-our prayers.
thought that you needed it, but you did not and O. A. Darby, Samuel Lauder and W. Rev. Mr. Dubose, of the Episcopal Church cate next year el ** .. ,r,. s. .1 Mr McKewn, met, the deficit by this time has been as My object in compiling the Southere
think so" Of course, he judged those he C. Power, Assistant Secretaries. was introduced, and expressed has pleasure A. A. G.lbers submitted the finaneid o I .* tr : a 1 South Carolina certained, and the preacher knows whac Amaranth, has been to render some assis.
addressed by their works. They would not sid am rathe chair Tpolotedn 1 tee owrhatHheded wettn seedmin tbhin Confere plan frcuttthe 0 ruiftee abymen, wk b RairondPw rm done I ee ote am tdefhis own quarterage he has been tance, in rean the b ies of the e for
subscribe and pay for the paper. Yet, Committees for the session, so as to incor hospitalities of the community, and prayed entire (See Int pses] The plan elicited in fifteen hours after leaving home we were If he has private means, of course the of the numberless battle Aelds over which
doubtless, many of them thought as he did, porate the lay element present or likely to that they na ght leave a blessing behind considerable disonssica, in which laymen greeted by friends in Atlanta who were amounts settled, and he with a cheerful they were scattered
that the paper was needed and ought to be attend, them. participated very happily waiting our arrivaL Here we had arranged spirit entered upon a new year's work. But In order to make effective my sadertake.
sustained-provided they were not expect. A communication was read from Drs Resolutions correcting the report that Conference adjourned with the benedio- a , i, : I .fter a pleasant if no private means are avoidable, with a ing 1 ask the generous co operation of ladies
in th k. Th Summers and A. H. Redford, setting forth they were not loyal to the appointing power, tron. as a ; r I with old La. eare-appressed, and gloomy spirit he enters connected with Southern anemorial associa-
ed to aid e war ere is many a that the subscription for the General Min- paneed by Trinity Church, Charleston, were In the afternoon the Sunday School Grange friends, we bid adies to some of our the new year, tions, in any and every part of the South,
preacher in every denomination who would utes was inadequate to warraos their publi read for the intarmation of the Conference. Board held its anniversary. About one- own household, and started for our prairie It is notat alluncommon when a steward as well as of the friends of humanity, and
not withngly do without the denominational cation. V. A. Sharp was repeated by the Silas P H. Elwell, S. M Davis and M. hundred children occupied the front seats, home by the way of Chattanooga and Grand presents the amounts charged to each indi. appreciators of bravery wherever they may
organ, but he will do nothing to eastain it. ehair to solicit additional subscriptions H Hoyle were passed to the elass of the and sung as a voluntary : Junction. Two other routes to New Or- vidual member, to be metwith, O, that be found
-- durinathe present session, second year. We'llstand the storm, it wont be long." leansareopen to travellersbut this requires is too mooh, I can's stand that. That is To any each who, for the memorial asso-
CORRECTIONS.-Beltag hurried last week The Committee on Committees reported John B Plate, James C. Crisp, and The exercises were opened with prayer but two changes between the railroad city perfectly awful" Theateward remonstrates; oiations of the South, for Santhern Einea-
in getting the Advocate to press, and has the following nominations, which were Joseph B Traywick were passedto theolass by A. J. Cauthen. W. T. Cavers, Presi and the Creecent. ** why, brother you are only assessed eional purposes, will secure subseriptions,
adopted : of the fourth year. dent of the B>a & announced 451 schooled 1, l..- ...,- .. was found twenty dollars, and you are ableto pay that; the book will be furnished as a dianant of
Ing a good deal of night work to do on st' On Books and Periodicals-A J. Can- John Attaway and Samuel Lander were 2984 teachers, 17,427 white scholars, 578 as.,s .. .. * bound for your property is word between five and ten fzfty per cent. on the retail price, for copies
several typographicalbiandersremained on then T. G. Herbert; from the laity, Y. C passed and elected toelder's orders. colored scholars and 35,496 volumes in h- the west by the same route. Rain during thousand dollars. Besides you have made boned in plain muslin; forty per cent. for
corrected. The most serious was making Debble and Dr. W H. Austin. Robert L Harper, from the class of the brary, in the bounds of this Conferene the night gave us such a slippery track, a medium crop, and are hkely to realia, muslin fall gilt, and thirty three and eno-
the Rev. Geo. C. Clark P. E. on two Dis- On Memoirs-Dr. W Smith, 8. Leard, second year, was passed and reported to be 8. Leard, S. S. Agent, addressed the ch I that for hours the progress was painfully or have realized at least a medium price for third per cent furfulf morocco. The prices
trials, whereas the name of the Rev. John H. M. Hood and A. J. Staford; laity, J transferred to the Memphis Conference and dren in a short narrative of his labors, and slow. But fortunately for us, there was is Moreover, our preacher is a good and are three, five and eight dollars, according
F. Smith and A. A. Gilbert. stationed at luka, Mtsussippq Joseph R was proceeding with a sermon-like to k the telegraph to announce a large train of faithful man, and withal very needy, and to binding.
W. Simmons ought to have appeared as P On the Bible Clause-J. A. Porter, T GrifEth was passed and received, having when he was told that his time was out. passeagers, and we are waited for at the you must pay I It is particularly desirable that the wid.
E of the Brunawick Distriot. Again, ser- Raysorand J. S. Erwin; latty, J. E. Irby, been ordained deacon as a local preneher The President apologized to the audience Junction Fixing ourselves in a sleeping But continues brother-"I have large ows and orphan daughters of Confederate
eral young pienchers' names were put in II. Wright. R L Dufey and R. M. Harrison were re f>r this disturbance of the speaker by statanR oar for the night, much of Mississippi so debts to pay, and a numerous family to ens. soldiers, and maimed Confederate soldiers,
..italies," which letter should have been On the Publication of Minutes-I. 8. minded to the studies of the second year. that it was in compliance with has own passed before the hght opens to us what we tain, and I cannot pay so mooh." The should beescouraged anagentsofthis book,
Connor, and from the laity, L. B. Varn and The report of Dr J 11 'IP = ? v .. .. =. Iring to occupy more than wish to see. The towns on the road seemed steward interrogate What were those the discount to be divided among them no-
used to note only the #elders." In our J. F. Carraway retary of the Board of 1* it * I r., .... J. T. Wightman then new and thriving, and the long stretch of debts made for? Were they not made to cording to the judgment of the associations
editorial, where we had substituted on the Some vacancies having occurred in the was read. The amonut collected during made one of his happiest efforts, his theme road through the Mississippi swamp makes increase your capital? Besides, do your for which they may operate.
proof sheet the words "many diverse" for I Standing Committee on Education, it was the year was considered too small, only the importanceof entldhood Dr. McFerran one wonder at the enemy of Beauregard in obligations to your fellow man, absolve you The Southern Amaranch is the largest
"a great variety of," the former words were filled, and made to consist of the following: $14,693 72. The Dr. made some stirring followed in a capitakensation speech to the contending with theddBantries of a country from your obligations to God." The broth, and most complete college ion of Southern
put in, while the Ha" and "of" were not Clergy, Dr. A. M. Shipp, W. A. Gamewell, remarks upon the subject. The sum col- obildren, and soottered miles and tears which seeme properly the habitation of er feeling the free of the argument, but Poeme, growingoutof time late war, thathee
C. Bette, and T. G. Theater; laymen, A. leoted by this Conference last year was all profusely through all the e>ngregation; beasts and dragone. Atmidsday, after fifty- set on his way, declares he cannot pay it. yet been presented, and is receiving high
taken out, making very bunglingeenteneo. A. Gilbert, Dr. W. H. Austin, and L. B. appropriated to the cause within our own No doubt a fl.e impression was made. six hours of travel, we reach New Orleans, And thus he goes away with an inward encomiume from the press,
Other typographical blunders remain to be Varn. territory, and yet the missionaries were not --- having run over eight hundred miles of secret consciousness, that civil law, and It is an octave volume, of 648 pages,
atoned for, by more rigilance hereafter- Rev. Mr. Lindsay, pastor of the Lon,, paid up; no back claim is allowed, and a Tim 8 unorn.-In the Methodist road and made but two changes of cars.- public opinion force him to be honest with printed on flee paper, with an illnetrare4
By an error in the MS., W. K. Turner in. Cane Presbyterian Church, was introduced pro rata payment is the only settlement Cr.,r .. i . ., it .r, .0;:r.' Our arrivalat the hotel was soon enlivened he fellow man; but as God has left the title-page by MaNevin, and elegantly boaqd.
stead of W. K. Norton was made V. Press to the Conference. made with the self oaerbiolog men. --ar ,. I . . 2 ... .... ** by the sight of an old Carolian friend, Dr. ma ter of being honest toward him, to his leased by George S. Wiicox, successor to
A communication from Dr. A. H. Red. A communication was read from Dr. W. n, : .* =..g I .ir = ft.. Ir.-a- Mose, and then by a pleasant evening with own conscience, he availe himself of the Bletook & Co., 49 Meroer streer, New York.
evident of the Montgomery Conference Ms- ford, agent of the Publishing House at G. E. CunnynghamSecretaryof the Board was the wi dom of G >3 as displayed in the his fismily and that noble, Christian gentle- advantage, and thus robs God in tithes, A earrespondence with Ladies of South-
eionary Board. Nashville, was received, read and referred of Foreign Missions. The China Mission, plan of redemption, the subject of angelio man Bro Price, we are braced up for the and oHeringe," without seeming to think ern Memori.d Associations is most earnest-
to the Committee on Books and Periodicals. the only truly foreign work, has not been inquiry. We thought at one of his lineet passage of the Gulf. that God will bring every man into judg ly desired,
CHRISTMAs WEEK.-Some patrous of The debts ot' the establishment have been well sustained. Twenty-two mamsters, six- sermone delivered in his best style. Three Early next morning the father of waters ment for **every work" with *every SALLIE A BROCK.
the Advocate are writing for the paper of redneed to little more than 849,000, about teen of whom are natives, are employed local preachers were ordained to deacon's is passed, and on the Opelonsas road we secret thing, whether it be good or evil." Address, care George S. Wiloex,
Chriesman week-the date of which would 813,000 having been aid the set year. among the Indians on the Western frontier. orders. reach Brashear city in good time for the Thus a fewdehnquents, force the preach. 49 Mercer street, New York.
have been December 25th. The er of To this happy resultthepNashrillopAdvocate The debt of the Board has been reduced to In the afternoon, Dr. McFarrin delivered Metagords. During this ride, we had a er to pay from one to three hundred dol. Parties desiring agencies will address,
pap has largely contributed. The sixty dollar about 850,000 an able diseaurse upon the ground of relig view of sugar pisatitions for the Sret time. lare, (and sometimes even more.) out of a Gao 8. Wxacox.
18th Dec., advised our readers that no pa- proposition has been taken by a compares. Rev. A B. Stephens reported $500 in ions hope, at the conclusion of which, amid Some of these places were very mneh dilap- salary of six, or eight hundred dollars BOOKSt BOOKall
per would be issued till the let day of Jan- tively small number of preachers, but the hand, by bequest from Me Norton, late of great solemnity, elder's orders were confer- idated, and rich fields going to waste for the Observe the presober is a poor man with
ary, 1869. So there was no Advocate du- stringency of the times no doubt afords Greeaville, for missionary purposes within red upon three of those heretofore elected, want of cultivation. There were some 8ark a large family, and can with truth and f =/- We again inform the Preachere that we
ring Christmas week; though we fear, from ample excuse. It is hoped that others will this Conference. The Board of Managers In the evening, Rev. F. M. Kennady looking awamps and bald prairies, but noth- ing sing : sell it, r as., so., N,.at..Ile Catalogue,
what we have learne that th ail rally to the aid of the Publishing House, was authorized to receive and receipt for delivered the annual sermon to the under- ingof the description given by an old lady, "No foot of land do I possees- m .cN .h:s*In gr.* ,-the same ..I st po a
4, em a were and that by the meeting of the next Gene- the same. graduates Ishould tell your readers some- who threatened to send a rebellious servant tage in this wilderness." as as at r.v.II as or a G.rd
not faithful as to the paper of the 18th' ral Conference it will be free of debt. The remainder of the session to day was thing of its merits, but for the fson that he to a Louisiana sugar plantation, where he A poor way-faring man. He ? at ple....ts .r. e... .ply.on; as
and, therefore, many subscribers failed to Dr. McFerrin was introduced and made consumed by the call of the FinacialBoard condemned newspaper laudations of would never again see the eao, moon, or exchanged a loorative profession, or <. .1 healia & Co.
see the announcement above mentioned, some enoonraging statements in reference to for money collected during the year for the preachers and sermons as only fit eulogies stars. fortable home, and possessions, for the :- -a .Vu c., *,- J.. I
the Publishing House, from personal obser. support of the Bishops and the relief of the for the dead." His theme was "aympathy On board the Matagords we (tiand ele- tion he now holds. But the profits of his To the tillaint -of thr- (albuman Beriety at
Exoar COLLEGE -Eanon.-We have ration. He also made a hearty appeal for superannuated preachers and widows and with the gospel and with the people essen- goat accommodation and kind attention profession, his comfortable home, or his n..Ir.ard ann*ae.
received a note from Prof. Lewis, of Emory the Nashville Advocate. orphaned. stal to ministerial excesss" trom Cape. Atkinson, but above all, there father's estate, have been so frequently we ... ,,s..g .. cli LI rm-** menry
Coll et he had made A communication was read from Rev. THIRD DAY FIFTH DAY. was the careofa good Providence in giving drawn upon, to pay those large quarterage suffleient to present to the Calithe Seei
ege, corre ing an error in Mr. Stevens, of the Protestant Epie pal Religious services by J. T. Kilgo. The Dec. 21. Conference was opened with we a smooth sea. After a good sleep and a assessments, that the last available dollar I of Wofford College the "Eneyelo
announeang the time of opening the Spring Church, Charleston, enclosing the oroa- Bishop took the chair. The manates of religious services by L. Wood. good breakfast all are on deck to watch for either has been or soon will be drawn. Britannica." Any amount that 3ow at
Term. It was announced for Wednesday, tion parchments of the late Bishop Capera, yesterday were read and approved. On motion of J. 8. Nelson it was resolved Galveston. Boon the Island City is before Then the preacher must either loose, feel disposed to contribute will be
27th January. Wednesday, 20th January which had come into his possession. They O. Betts gave notice that a certain house to attempt to establish permanent libraries no, calm and white, as if an overgrown sea with a large family, without home, without sted to this purpose if forwarded
is the proper time-of which all who have were ordered to be Alod with the archives and lot of land originally given to this body in our parsonages. gull had settled on the waves All around money, and we fear without anch of that W. Shipp, 8partantr.r.I 0 8 or P
seen the erroneous announcement will please of the Conference at Wofford College, and for missionary teposes, was now oeenpied On motion of L. Wood, the Bret Fridays the city as water-the Island long and nar- sort of sympadly which brings relief, or he C. Johnston, Reidi.ale, 9 0.
take notice and govern themselves accord- e oreta swas instruted or.return the bba membersofto pNr a a fore Ap 12 prSeptembe were a li t at h tl a da an3e ch2sjw enh anad mi dter is conful eeas 0 rtsh Sealidy jan1-2w
ingly. The examination of the character of The donor, Mr. DeSanasure, consenting, at be made for an increase of ministerial la. deednothing looks oldin Galveston, except Now, Mr. Edator, Ihold, that as "one house to r...aus.e. A
Elders was then taken up, and those of the was so ordered, and the papers were signed borers. the Methodist Church, and that is soon to sinner destroyeth much good,"eo a few de. Thee pr whose g..t o are la

froT take N thW6 0. DUNLAP, who went CharlestoodBamberg and Marion Districhs Tu edm e us ese of artook Fi nL@IrdBoenbmit de sh la n ITeer tainewpaPoed loegant a natured linquents ian ch harge, dantro in eco so nplease out 4Rar,
rgia East Texas 1. th. ..... ,we v a itres...a w.. .s.. am..... at...:s s.....a a...:.. as.... ... ... L., ei re n.......nms...a wars...s.... now and when it was a Dirato's home nreankera



app D on awarke Bainbridge District Firat Round. DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. Ayer s Oherr Per oral, II Bi t rRalTI OF 61EIBRS.IA VINEVILLE ACAD .

press. A r an N. sp r .r r T entr ave cents per mansh in advase

th. r a ha e rmer corn .4 >. . DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC 71.1.11. . aracm.wrs

to .' s Ruadingly v a WAL . 5 so Nam
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300r F e oils ein darkeloth and sold eratonean seedre e teeque the enrrectio n anuary <--Cotton open d firn Columbus District. "Theonsymeaneinenisapt m -- - ** 9 v 2 n a

na l e a e e s oaami ar acern Inkril PROPHYLACTIO Hi ll r ornonary S soRO9tALE AN8Dn E ALE

oh ed a 4 abt showne to veion toA As eN.eTis b weTghtof the ow a duableadjunabbeh nTax r pe r b a h KAsms pl.
advertisers, or ey won dn readily av Au, January a --Afrairs on the ogeechee ... . .. means. . se.. ar - q
place in their hands the means o abling remaininstatu que. Nothing has been done on 1= tht\ 4 PROPHYLACTIC FLUID . asex-sm car 8** r air on on on e r -

e2ry one communiree to direct vt ab. eman to rumines from Bryan county are m *n togress discover.* . M OLUSE .

8 e 1 r in utotherit nactaxatsofthereportof *r ROBERTLEBBYM.DB.C to of wayereovedandotteawhol emed OXFORDGA. r a no so.
Domestic Missions. Foreign Minions ry i. : .. -s .. . as moran DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. . ...\ ... FIli SPRING TERM WILL OPEN agg car a .., annour
A ... DoI $1 17' s . .. t...I *Is e elvil and mihtaryanthoritten are in confer Nw On a Janna y 4 Cotton closed , , ". ,, wb oJeanary 2 th 18#. and elore Jo y 21st, I co. Ga
4 r I I, -1.r .. .. n, . "Anexcellen a w j,%.DAlas hadlbecommencementday de

I enp 0 onega 1 gr Appointments Bavannah District. Ayer n Cathartic Pills vacurry. HE TH RTY FIRSTANNUALSES.
Rome a 550Rorne "A on.. n n ,,-, DARBY'8PROPHYLACTICFLUID. us ,..,f ,WesleyallFemaleCollegen
Marietta 400 M 175 ag .. . . ... ., ,,.... ... Besinsonoewhers, sees, under the streenius el
Atlanta 700 to a 300 ,, ,, , ,,, , superior so any pr sedonwith whleh I am so- i a . I T . prp. ** usefollowrxag FACULTY
Lagrange 850 agrange 350 rer, rawN.T.EveronAla .-* *' H. D 14 Math
Grilling 55 Grian 250 . .- an aroom

,, ,, 4 -,,,, q n inmberbesure ze nPefirst DARBY'S PROPHYLA0TIC FLUID. -.

to h Board, oublanagers adopted the fol- e a memo r cmagre sae 2 so a 1, D.oTenn. . us
Re has this Board requests the rlying impidly; there will hea quorum to-morrow New York outton Market rear son as assarr ass a .. . . .. se P r as
Pr thg Elders to have the Missionary The weather contlunes thick, and the telegraph 4 moo. *lithi'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. ., .. .

o ohe authorizmg he oiganizatl f ileotralit ., "I know itto be o tE D N, M D., gla, ..
p ,act . et if Alabama and Georgia passed be ee erecess . . . ,. .. I . e or me

n -r .in a to-morrow. comethou 8 av ,, ,, .1ildi'8PROPHYLACTICFLUlD. P re rJdGderkGo wouMar idBOutheraM880BICFMReteHe el

d or / the dr t of of six million se n hund n da 18 8 Ms E oM A havof no Amily medlet 8. A Ala. Jn mP. r a . H
mature. worth bondsissueetothePacilleRallroadduluK Mauman Hou a stchmouse seenounorousersurrassesses pggyp8 PROPHYLACTIC FLUID ./ -en. - .. . . ,, , ORFORD COLLEGE,

Wadehaereeelvedalltheelectoralvotesbymall, I *Iknowetnothing arlortoit" 51 ....m- BPARTANBURO.SG

g g g of 1111 t setanessengers have arri Y."..J.a concorras. r ......
Wednesday nJanuary, areliableto a 8neof one * i.=.Lit.4?'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID Thomasville female college cONYERS, Maste. RH A.M. SHIPPD D., haduked P

RIoligeoxD T 4.ene -as ch84.veAmlinJanuary4 Themilli I L Bestthingforesheinharge l w 8,Ak THOMA8VILLE, N. C. nWas Work ad E FI am
releasedwom a neare js to art as a \ THE SIXTFI SESSIONr OF THIS ma a on ir r Is...

dS Hysetfree, the conu yo." j at vi en of P. He mo re DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. * .= s ," a
.. Lavablereportthatthenegroesarewillingtoour tens istriet-FirstRound *Roannothetoohigh to, mist j/APE e .s. r es)aragradmassaper
r r . I ha he render torthe multary and there will doubtless be 9 v M T

be a direct disobedienceof Judg Ur -, ,, , DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. *

ee legal d ungs all 1 G n I amu dee dm le d ex teetentlm I n BO iTass. F Psacs PE leonsider 10mportanturedobewi h L"om ,4 LI a r p. FI L B n or .nw wh

t la instreet the yo i po n rt a er.vo on n ma r En? evene q DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. ~ u .. .. ..."""m

ra.r ... ... o I tu ear I D m usesar on FP so arettaDistrict NortilUs Conference. 'Thebeatapplienton 9u 4 seassasurfates coritsequItalog6
ag InGreenaborough.Gnanthe n-r r r r P. febS1-tt PWMed
.. ..... .sh are use exa a . DARBY 8 PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. . TEAO II E R.
MoselyOlarkborato1747,didyesterdayaged ,, *Ittsavainsbler. edy, (OLLIB WONIMilvlilllL. ALADYOFEXPERIENCEWTbHES
one handted and twenty one years. He was a McKenale and John Thorpe, both well known cit to 11 0 #zaferrzAs, so e ve Ga , . JacoB II.POOSER, Fla squade in le on r enh a a

Emre, a fomthisporttCitantati ATLANTAJanuaq4--Itiegenerallyunderstood rr , , r DARBYSPROPHYLACTICFLUID. . / -- woodawn.esencew

w h a inv y n q oa b l3th instant, resolutions ill dies c ar- H o a{out Dea Rw if Ada rms, Mr Taos r an nous Ithae an equai n no BORETonn *. ranted ilegin k lan t a ll.*ym nand t oling
.biasedconstrue. Hons or vae no aonass<,an. Ir 5).0.11* TI tM BEGINS JAN.
eFI .. ... ? ... . itution ofGeorgia; and that it d newn u- f*1f it PROPHYLACTIC FLUID. -- .. -r , In.rown, ration 2
a. to deprive the negro of any justly required right, Is a Ro I 0 0 r 4: FidV WassistoMass WAcoar WROLESALE HAR 9

Theds h Beanfort was as den i nl and iewillintgotfo steide by thedd Ision of th Iv Bya D eelse, K so to Mrs ELLu Mo. -" ( Rr nego m Mon Mr a at on
onthepointsatissue. rnol lot{IM s NinterstoMassMan Griln istrict-FirstQuarter. Andalowerniabba this utirep orwthrecom ... r PALMER INSTITUTE esseenn a useene

December 30 -The Legislature MAnalD, De n n I government will e vi no queskton that this to a most womamen J *
e o morrow tl a next seedonoto despatch ten thoneand troops to Onbadurlog Jan t I JI n 1. W R. Ba as n, P E. L as p one so go e no to be av n to the v us indy reen nex he (7 q p TO u

NAu, D eraber 30.--The Bheriff o the and a gT e her SO -Great I 23ad 15 sB on at Elberton Distriot-North on. conformnow. nea nnea sy the propriour., as .. saass or use r Prim e, a ni on ssue pr. on -
ions are prograsine mTtae ars 1. as, so a or annessr roses JOHN DARBY & CO, ,

0 is writh she ting the watsharuenaonk lants ha been sent o 11 b3art Pacha a fleet of this city M vthe e us ava SA Moon t . nov 20-27 160 Walham st., New York. / . .. ad on a
mMe ve arresM At station number one on the says Greece is ready to comply with Turkey a ulti wa I p r Haros e A GOOD TH E4 @, * oe

n li ve a nin, 1sure so pace, x, uz ., a warea. PICTORIAL MAGAZlqE OF IIU

o the atrt od f hi e o ConsTANTINort5, December St.--The Cretan in All 118tarl) 5 an a nference. York. WA T TED. us.. .. so a
surgentshavemadcasuMaissiontoTurkishanthor Mss a w tax bothe H 0000 coGa , . . pns-tr OR THE YEAR 1869 A YOUNG so can ang
One c a suppmed to be mur ity A provisional government has been eskh Ad 84 ST 0 ; led ta lk SS 78.
dereds .1 n a hurt.the ly A are, December 31.-The threatened dis- AO or he me n 36 is an a oe e - GraREVIIIC El gh SchoO on

4 1 th ob anme anni dchid athaee nod tm a td) ded. Thecountryis From De<28toJan , 7 T-r , $1

es n Thompson, the Express nobbers, THE GALAX Y s ne oundee 2 "asonin up.soon

edneltizen^owillleardeen thybrokdo o rowdto to n ends r a t la e ..,- wo un s..A r Fols 1869. HIS SCHOOL WILL BE 01 ENED, University High School. a am use Iron sense
clinete futerfere until civil means for preserving ern quesetion is postponed, and the meeting is in ANNOUNCEMENTS POK THE COMING YEAR ... . REPARATORY DEPARTMENT OF an maston essace ovanna r

o nas bausteD cembea 31, The dib>r oef ie M 014 January1. Disturbances have oestrre A new Bsory bFOhat Rendue A horof "Foal THE Ul T GEORGIA, com no I en wr me as JC 2, IMS

.* ** 5 Courtreportsthe total streetelyaportionof the people. Thedisorder -AMO- ectool. a ORuANrzATIONs met -ny
destruction of his paper, led on by the TERMS A. A. LIPS cost B, D D, chancellor a w q
Glager, aDemocratic paper published as = Pants, January 148cial journal say the Em An = [ 'f . . 1 r 1 .. 7 - a 5 FACULTY , ra .

Thedury4nthe case of W. G. Mankind's teld for peror Napoleon, in addressing the foreign ambas F m. naties ca. vea- rn

I & = aThey haveblwen in cr 1 e at on lae h lose r thm I h bru ry, a 11 o clo L J Day PE "AMERicANISMS."By Rachard Grant White jun a..1m * Treek c. er -

r.,,e . . lit aw to ende a pledge ofthepeaceful First Rollutl 01 Conferences- ------ Music Teacher Wanted. Pr". o ea ..\Toe!"\on .cor 0.. 0

qual ties, and tl at he commanded one of the Anat Mi ist r A efrom Athous a a ed reekd HTar or rn r a yr He am n iSASfan oU Bo? .1'It ALADY OR GFNTLEM AN OF SU- an act enj
regiments in the Union army. volunteera raised in that Island. men a u=t
R10axoxo, December 81.-At Norfolk, this CONsTAnTINoPLEJanuary1.-TheTurkishGov- al ,a 4Appi.. F -
1 .= as . * I singerr of the Vir- ernment, since the departure of the Greek Envoy,
. gir sE a .. ... = on his way to the shows good feeling toward the Greek residouts of W 3 decll-tt
we wasknookeddowmandrobbedoftenthou- th I trquienewspape---eth.P--t*F- --t TOCORRISPONDENTS TERFEllit 28IllfigtOBOORIOge' Emery and liner./(ally

Therehavebeentbree thousand three hundred acceptedandprobably n ** , . , . ABINGDON, VA VIR -
bankrupt case in Virginia to date, osition of a European C(
SAVAsmanDec31.-TheOgeedleetroublestilt BTPETEnsaUnoJant nT rehren ... ,, PRING TERM BEGINS THIRD THE14TFIO 4 I,\i .
Antinam. Middletons house wu burned last Petersburgeditoriallye una.,< us.aus, a 21sseeds to FL mary,
might, and the crops raEnd. All the whites came f orteewi)11 withdraw the matum sent to Grecee,
C address or Ray. DJ . . I . ... . . r *-
n a.. : 1. = T. .. .. PsalsJanuary2.-Itissowmorethanprobable
a ... .1 .. .. . . .. that bout Turkey and Greece will partlelpate in the 5 1 .
but .%=.* .. . 1. T. .. ., Conference-Alexandre Rego Vangabe, represent -
sav a nn aa . r , , ing Greece. Cokesbury Distriet B G. Conference
5.1r at L 1. 4.1 in 1. I . MAnain, January 2.-The Malaga insurrection ruar evenna arnersat to ion FI . _,
mar .1n.c ni I i. ,i r, .1 All the ists refusing to submit, General Deroda defea ,
.as r ..- .. .. edbythe themintheatreetsandorderi restored I 11RDONOUGH COLLEGIATE SEM. o.en-sm . ....
negroes A polille meeting was held to day at the Constawraxorts, January 2 -The Governm 111 INARYMcDONOUGH, GA. The Bohool for me Tames t

as n .. ,, Ps r s uttentionwnlopenon DavemporzEFemale College' ance

., noLON w, January2-Mr Barlingame departed to ,- .. go.. HE SPRING SESSION, 1869 May, .
L r. 8 T Ti i. ,-, forParieafteragreelag with Lord Clarendon on .

it L 11 ... er ,. . r .. the following prin ipleafor future British policy . h a ogr a 30 00 * sp.,
tobespotted for arrest. Generals Babco =. 1 " " 3 ==inty tre 1red WadesboremDistrict. L "no c as
Porter, of Gen. Grant a staffame here. Government and not with local authorities - . .
Mostooarant, January 1-Gov. 8mith has ap., before loaugurating war, disputes should be r n -
JI E .. IT.*=cerandChas. redtosomootherGovernment '[6(* Ut. ggg glit 4%Olid.
1515" a tonegotiate Thegeneralprinciples of the American ,[.. . q.
to annexingWestFlorldstoAlabama. They will werediscussed. .. a -
i., Inow, January S.-A dispatch from .
that Admiral Hobart Pacha has foreman La F Afrtrox Rauser OUNE ZION SELECT SCHOOL

al ses low Erosinded the surrender of the Greek steamer Bamberg District 8. C. Conference. SCI I 1 Fill & MI 1. It Ift 1 moUNT zION, Mona
. Ia adds that war is considered want ackarrn. I
3 1 2. .. ... r i 7 faul417:Ba. HE 5 II. 111.||. i "
a . undham &.-The insurgentsat . . 8081. L anaton > a n -r a .

Frank G Ruffin, General John Echols, W. T. 8uth- Losoon, January 4 -In view of Johnson a am a e 1 m
orbad and oAers Lut night, after Inidnisht, nesty proclamation, Jefferson Davis, John Slidell, Maeon District South Ga. Conference i *

..... v. ,, , at iontAnhuodleyMannandotherCon-, a sa was .. , .. .. .LE.4%A I I.iROFE v wocLasALEPRIOZ8

e. I liuT e du e enemily approvetheBur- . tgale aged Female School .
si v r 1 .Iverpool come sterner, . . *

wi Ung to accept universal so Irage, coupl ... LitsurooL J: ni rv 4 non --Cotton11 Or . . n nor 1 7 u v as

.. . . To the members of the Quart onference: s

I LoxDox ana 0 kesule9Sti.Bonds .. . . ,, movM-Webt SyllingRmant TERMMthmettenth -
. I gr ... Jans-2 498andsooBroadwayNewYork. BINGilAM 80HOOL, M"it'E,'. aphyas.coryorammer,

el. El . $100 A Mothth MS AgeShtB. Hebasteralles N. O. r er ur.A g braand Higher Mathem aticsBook Tobso a

r???"s,"\s. LO a on u ao no .r 8 un runA..,f. Wi."R"&'.Trt:':,'.it."v'"tril::"'.?."1 1, .4b a ed ear so stra w th e 2>Tt a rb signd Whr a r th me

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THE Cor GottoWon 1 This
seen st I no eo ICitr too ytTo sea on

IsP y appearance la caneiderable num-
Berk is fate to the crop. Its appearance at
togginge eats short to a grencer or less

r opne va r
so a its ravages, his been an
va. T ; ). r ; a
a w li al. ,
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1 1- 4 = L .:. we published a state-
eats li.-o.. Tes s. paper that the ege was
.5 rea...c. I as 1 the proper seasan, pro
same- 2 .:... = = enemies, then to appear
up, .=- .. . a of destruction, and that
to gather up closely and burn this dry
stalks la the fall and winter would necessa-
illy dear that
eg y we saw, i: ei
of Italers. 11ardee and i .. .

son left when the eggs were deposited*
laqide in the Ppith ofabuhd erivere

LI .1= ash .. f . I
w-r. ro .... up. It st "' "

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dant proof of tl theoryin question. He
bas on Itolook for itin the stalk in his

This matter appears to us worthy of at'
tendon. If the egg is deposited in the
etalkand thus preserved and warmed into
life and sustained through the winter, fire
the remedy beyond question.-&lma

to noonnee oenl tthis importantimat
planter, we mentiona discovery made

I r. ... .. ... / abH 1
instibated a close examination of a large
number of cotton stalks on his p antation,

preae enof tegeg or A del ehe co mbenced

on opening a number he found worms,
some killedfobun n edbod a b ca th

cotton was black. Mr. Hopkins pronoun-
ces th>m the genuine caterpillar. This is
a discovery well worth considering, for it

,:1 is { heee
themselves, and they will find no doubt
that the old bolls in their fields contain the
next year's eropot worms. The only reme-
dy is fire. Is is a job, and a large one, of
course, to burn the stalks, but better that
than leave the cotton to be eaten up by the
worms.-Tallahassee Floridian.

T Oub ecGFof 1 mm rA me, upon has dying bed, to write his obitu-
ary. The reason he assigned for the re-

[.. ,/. ... r l as 1-.=, *
which his little children could refer, in af
ter years, to perpetuate, amidst the world's
strife and coothets, the memories, that elus
ter around the name of *father" It is a

bndrpleasur)e to roe as Is winkle his passing

He was born in lisabersham county, Ga,
June 1st, 1826, and died, in Dawson co,
Ga, August 11th, 1868 He was convert
ed Oct 13 6, 1849,and licaused to preach,
Dee. 15ub, 1851, at which time he was re-
mmende or admission into ther ma

the Conference, the last of the year 1851.
During the sixteen years he was actively
engaged in the itinerancy, he served the
following charges, in the years mentioned:
1852, Unrrolton Mosion; 1853, Zebuion
et.; 1854 and '55, McDonough and Jack
son et.; 1856, Dade Mission; 1857, Trini

and'62. Sandersville es; 1863, Lafayette

and 1864 and '65 and '66, Dahlonega et-;
In t Tu n 1858 he was united in
marriage with Miss '!. ,:.- 11 at ri F
Jackson co., Ala., --= 1 1 ..I. I .- .
widow, with four children, Joshua Soule,
Luella, Julian, and Clarence, aged, respee-
tively 9, 7, 5 and 3 years. Those acquaint-
ed with the Aelds of itinerant labor he occu-
pred during his connection with the Confer-
ence, know that he traveled no "primrose
paths." Most of them furnished much tra-
vel and labor, with but meagre support,
Yet he accepted his appointment to these
11elds, as the dictate of Divine Providence-
never sought more desirable situation, and
never complained that the authorities of
the Church failed to appreciate his talents,
With what fidelity he discharged the served
Anotions of his high embassy, those who
wire his spiritual beneficiaries can attest.
He had none of the adventitious aids of
fortune,1iberal education, or influential con-
nexious. He did not possess the advanta-
ges which extensive research, classic taste,
and profound erudition confer. His mind
wasfreekactiveand vigorous-his thoughts
wereoriginal-sometimes unique. He spent
no time in dalliance with the fragrance of
flowers where luscious clusters of fruit were
to be gathered. He rejected the shadow
and grasped the substance. In his pul-
pit ministrations, he seized upon the vital
practical truths of the Gospel with earnest-
nees, presented them with power, and en-
forced them with pathos. He rejected the
ornamental, and deals in the substantial.
Rio life was a practical exemplitioation of
the virtues he taught in the pulpit. He
was an earnest. natient. effreient and faith,


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proper sense of the expression, and being
in the meridian of a vigorous manhood, it

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Him*eelf an edue ee a ed well to theim- *I . I I 2(and am n was respc : alg a g at tobbi ha
provement of the mind and morals of his ashopinthe Lord. ]In12askftadi console and assia. I ha 0 rJLctions of a
children, he did not neglect their physical widow and 1Wcive children to mourn their mother was ountele 0 Gad who aueth
education. -He trained them to habits of How, but tneir loss is his eternal gain. W. all things wo.1, saw he remove hi n
Instness--a matter worth{ en el c Man Lucr has bloon, daughter of A FalacNo.

him As a consequence, his children rise Wm. ard Anna J us Rogers, was born at Jul.ire Assics Oc UT< us was born

neasd 'e ro oebdas tr selPdheath ,1) r t, Ss na e tTf so fla 2 su b an OJ b J.
no hope; for we are satisfied he was a to the liev. W. W Macd, oftheS.C. Com M. E Church, S>ul., J ly 23, 1866 TO C
Christian. He always led a Christian life. forence, and died on the 18th Sept, 1868, born the Pinu ci her aaversion until
I ..3= ...... .1 1attheresidenesof Capt.Jan.T.CarawayealicdawaybydeathO:t4tha =.q *
1 . 3 a . r as . Wibiamsburg Dieries, S O., of congestive life, as a Christian, was annist = 1 .
.:... r The mistake, perhaps, of his fever,
I : .- = he did not devote himself to T.
.r .. ry. For it would seem strange ble and by it, so dead ye .:

mini/erat G alshould not be called nisor I wa induction, at I foral t eg a ed, ul rI ut
him exprew any convictions of a call el 11 In 1852, she returt 04 to w th God, she wa fi na, de & ,
preach. Of allhe men l ever knew, h .8 tn as istant teacher. In to her relignm intege. y, 101 j
was the most eminently gifted in prayer 1855, she we ensp yet as ari ass:atant a ca ,

Oo othesedoo bioradthereowns adosusic ni t achcun rath er u n 118 f rd kno of t t ft ni\ .
1 F. *. eeraphio. I never ex Malatush. The bright 4 a : I I 1 r.- ... For many bcqucath d the church, presents a pat:ere no don t, that to-day, showI . ? -
of the last years of I 1 1 a was so se- dihieult indeed of imitatlan, out which with God in Heaven, :7 re , I ,
., .. 1 -: 4 vaious diseases as t> must excite a spiric of pious emulation in be. AD
a .* .-. .*. mud ; .r 1 the breast of every Christian, and special
rarely to attend church 1.; I & = 1 ly those who were h nored with her inti Mas. FAvizr 1600
his father's God continue to be the God of macy It was the high privilege of the the late it v. ihanus Dised = I s ..
his widow and orphans. writer to have enjoyed her society awl Pike co, 3J D ea r, at it .
Coovan 8 BEARD. friendship at that two of life when prin .. 1 Di y ass, two meths al 1 I
Glenn Sprin97, Dec. 16, 18(18. oiples are dev oped and character estab lud be on x nipt
--- sished. sha ,, i charaorer in of the Brpti tobers1 about be I
Mas. BARAu of. Mason, wife of Dr. Its evolu ion I wounchoo by a on I 10 m
Edward Mason, died in Weta ph, Ala. was ine ed at y tp wieth all train to a

y to her worth, the inner a r ane 1ast skTs tube ozCrabob-
this tribute to her memory ac or, we its mental and moral harmony, loved
he will exeme. "Eighteen years of unin presentwg a pimure of symmetry as rare as two I I
terrupted hap ness wnh her--exoeitilot at role sava e w rca rsoeli porated

or h\ed-narn id I trion a trb irnu dr a d pipn a ar al us rental 1889 *5.
pulously conscientious at all times, and ties and occasions of a like nature in her
above all adevoted Christian. Her disease earlier years, she was never surprised into ,,
was ine rable, and one which gave her any word or set of levity which could ap- SOUTHERN (1 ST Aid ADVIO.Ti
P.. luring a cordinement pear unfava zable to piety, upon the est
"- measured nor be. I = 1 She was gifted 4. n, avan 9, n. c.. ws. r..
came impa lent. She expressed her, 11 as .1 = and her acted -o- ..
readystanytunetoobeyherMasterseal!. wassterdwnh variedunduseful knowl THIRTY-SECOND T li.i.It
in avely beauri ut 1 by the edge The strength and res:helical char. -- 0- .
R v. Mr. Foster, a I death, ac or of her uned would have given her r Old OLD IND WR
he referred to a union with her two angels, easy acces to fame in the departnwns
who were then w teLing over her. And belks lone, had she been no inclin
when he do ed, sh lo>ked at me and said, But her earnest and exclusive devoixon
her pnator tw nearly two years, I was ena- of her ndud in any of the common depu
bled to leara her character, in the relation ments of li erature In her published ,

':1 1 On my first acquaterance trated, with artless beauty, the princ.pies

a severe offilot oune go 1 terd n e e Eneart oi few tMiseed of RA*rf:s or Auvantisma
pious daughter. Her struggle to be re generation. The happy .. Iro-anque. everne or as
. I e < iont e ,a deza(lpleomust tx- = 8PAsE. T
gally learning the lesson and was becomium stars her crown of rejoicing. In her 19th
more perfect "by the things she suffered year she professed to know the power of

'f enTor liSt Sat b le east tr convd] itr fe ads b atu ftu neueni ------ -- --
too, for she was 000 of its most puncinal. of Ier Saviour's image. Amid the vicissi-
devoted and instrue ive teachers. But how tudes and hardships of the itinerant life, 4
deeply will the church, which she to ten- she displayed a zeal in the service of her s re .
derly loved, reak her less. She mourned Savi ur, unsurpassed in the records of the

overrdts d le \ ved tor joic in it inpj r rol el sch neaptiritbb t COMELTATION. me
tes,"mud wal mound isealcars.pie t eyeS1sue elde S voC ods 18, 80UTHERNCURifflANADYOCATE
fronttof ith pul t dhthise61 t neenddt t uHPeorn jrr e e oeud asndobe a JOURNAL AND MESSENGER,

sopfe lmo gr t 0, oeb aiwas to rr cable los t yre lar gi BURKE'S BOYS' & GIRLS' WEEKLY
any coat. But she has ceased to labor and known. H. D. G
to offer. D ath has closed her mission on J. W. BURKE & Co., Pr .,as law

e rhe a h db i he d otj of v.was tbo of Mr Chas. Feabody, D LY, e 5)
tears are wiped away," and where sorrow ed by 3 Ie 1 1 1, his name
and sighing are known no usDre OLIVER. d it neebidy which he becamehp lo pee- asse an asmarm ot. 2 de

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week by week, as his face melted away un-
der the rapid advances of the relentless
cancer, did he wreatle in the confhot with
death. If ainless humanity, in the gloom
of Gerbseence, shadel red at the bitter enp,
is it remarkable that our suffering friend

consolation and a power in the religion
whieL be professed and preached, which

1,;a 1 s

t ages of disease had destroyet intines
artionistion, his full beart swelled with the
consolations of peace, from the well of sal
vation. 110 shouted the Redesmers praise,
and felo and we Used the

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dren, and the future comfort of his
e celery a devoted wif w ad

triumphs of .. pilgrimage; and
who stood and watched day and night
nound his dying bed a ministering angel

Afte eighteen months of unparalleled
suffying, on the 11:h dayof August,1868,

n dse b xi a see I 012 dttheenaoj e
on, in gree peace' he sank to rest

A to w aw. 6 ar> orip ah,
He was buried on the spot which he had
select mesH we sw dd


at Q ebec, that the enemy were flying
"then I die happy," he replied, and fame
embalmed in historic immortality the name

fortedime m thes verest dilwttonbat

ber my wife and children, and meet me in

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ed spirit to mansions in the skies, and in
seribed his name no the "Lamb a Book of

n 1 to ent8nu e itv
ry" No monumental abaft wi1 rise, to
mark the place where his ashes repose. The
world will regard him as a Poor Method
in Preacher." And I I
left behind him an '
thousands before him, as deathless as b
own redeent(id spiriti or Illstwreathe a

r v. jorewreathq monarch, gen 3,

Oumnein Ga., Dec. 17d 1P68BELL

Di 8 Suss VI 7- 9 3 i. ? ri -r
in the 53rd year of his age. He was th
son of Daniel and Mary Eppes, of preci.

.. =1 .f blethe sh To a ee(
Their house was the 1 1 1 home and
resting plaeo of tbo = c traveling
when the Metho
>. I 11 this country.

evTheMiha he n de man foripietR a
College, Va., in 1834, while on a visit to
his two sons, James and George, who in
the beginning of that year had matricula
ted as students. His body rests in the
II . 0 Red abou
: = . another in
I .1 us .iou a hao

I I = =d spoke
kindly of all denominations, but Methodiste
and specially the heralds of the cross she
loved, wid en ardor of affection such as few
are capable of I arn thus particular, b
ease I think no pubhe note was ever made
of either father or mother, and I deem i

hu t Ithir tuesshmshinotpe1sh bu
They raised .. *. = as -, I -, .
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in 1838, an I
law. He h.1 1 a : <.11 ... . -
and was the most popular and promises
young man in his Distriot. James and
George were converted at a very early age
about 40 years ago, while on their way from
a camp meeting to which their parents ha
taken them, hoping, believing and prayin
that they might be converted. And wit
sad hearts, no doubt, they started home
without realizing the much desired blessing
But while riday along home, both of th
boys were converted at the same time
They both ever afterwards steadily main
trained their Christian profession. Jame
was a youth of much promise. His intel
led was of a high grade. There was method
neatness and system in all he did. Sterl
.= *; marked his whole course in
""11 1-= 1 chosen medicine as a pro
a which he seemed eminently
qualified, but suddenly, while a student a
Randolph Macon, he became so afflicted i
his eyes, that he had to leave before h
graduated, and was never able afterwards t
read much. He begun the study of medi
cine and partially attended one or mor
courses of lectures, but on account of his
eyes, had to give is up. But as far as hi
health allowed, he always delighted in min
intering to his neighbors in sickness. A
a nurse, I have never seen him surpassed
As I myself do most thankfully testify
when at College for long weary weeks
among strangersIlayat the pointof death
he denied himself the relaxation and reore
ation of mention and A., na ..inks



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8 on life, with a ry respect of gre
ipmen and usefulness as mingly ha
numh on ah < e e an

a the field gunning, hts p
ace denttallyddi n n n

so wound, f om which he died -
t, the Gth, aft it
we b he bore wiet al n
tude But sudden b
runs, beh das not up rd
years ago, p r et

of the accident, he felt that he would d ee
and so expressed himse f ; and as soon as

1 1 chd

had so much to bind him to earth-a lovely
young bride, a large and devoted family
circle, father, mother, and sisters and

farewell, and uttering
as his Mt words: "I am a new man." He
to in ecool ust hop fulPun
and took brm from the evil to come. May
Eleven's richest bleasinge reston the bc-
reaved ones left. W.

Fr arra MARY 8 le a G w
born 20th Aug., 1816, and joined the M

7 rChur ei er I thearjie
to F. J. Green, July 25th, 183( and died
in great peace on 8th Dec., 1868. He
ma en numer was le d ronlinent and usefu

member .1 r if r years, and

Q'worthy e mple oG etyS

and a number of sons and daughters, with
many relatives and friends, to mourn he
I 2 . I 3 .=1 dia
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hast entered into joy. God bless the liv
ing and help them all to meet in Heaven

Sierra Surrow, of Albany, Ga, wa
born June 17th, 1816, and joined the M
E. Church in 1830-married in 1838, an
died 7th Nov., 1888.
She was confined to her bed and room
for six months, suffering greatly from drop
sy, but never uttered a murmur or corn
plaint. She was at her death the oldes
member of the Albany M. E. Church.
knew her well. Her house and table wer
always free to the ministers of Christ, he
place was always filled as church, in th
sick room or wherever duty called her. A
a wife, mother and friend, she did her dut
to the utmost of her ability. She was lef
a widow a few years since, and now leave
three daughters and one son, single and
without the guiding counsel of father o
mother. But she died in great peace an
holy triumph, commending all to God
God bless and guide them all.
8. AnnowY.

JonN 8. Sunn, son of the Rev. H. F
and Barah A. Smith, was born in Stewar
co, Ga., and died enddenly in Oeals, Fla
Dec. 17th, 1868, in the 20th year of hi

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JAMEs G. Warm diedin Twiggs ea, Ga,
Dec. 18th, 1808, in the 74th year of his

ehi e ne r l sk a
by his neighbors that I without an
e semy. He was upright in his dealings,
and sought by precept aul .
courage virtue. He enjoy
gree the confidence and
low men, and left a character without a
tain s an n ritanewi hhbise olya

uprieoist dealing as a nikient arat

Efe, and failed to take upon himse f, until a

on or 1 g eforeHhexandea so me
at he had madeh sl ace dwillT r te

of this brief detch received hun into tne
church, antiAn never swer the alame

e ion, comirnan .
himself to the people *.
velous instance of the protrac ed influence
of divine . 1 : .1 salystion of
sinners. ..r ** r of life this
la orer entered theovice er od, is re

: . hopefully, in the com
' - ' he sleeps in Jesus.
I .1 I a ofering, he was uncom
plaining-never evincing the slightest im-
patience, but professing humble resignation
to the will of God. bA kind u
' '>eighhsoar r movalizentm
have the assurance that his peaceful death
will bring a glorious resurrection.
W. C. B.

MAJon WILEY J. GInson, died in Lee
on., Ala., on the 7th Dec., 1868, in the
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severe althetion. Abra3 j
embraced religion and joined the M. E
Church South. For a series of years, he ,

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principle. During the years'ti6 and '67,
he lived where he was deprived, to a great
extent of the privilege of the church-he
felt the loss epidenally. During the present
year, he enjoyed the privileges of the
church he first joined, and with a return of
them, his enjoyments returned. Some two
months previous to his death he was then
ill, and brought very low. In view of his
approaching end, he was sustained by faith
and grace. He was raised from his bed
with the prospect of regaining his usual
health. In walking out of his house, he
fell, receiving such injuries as caused his
death in 36 hours. He left to his family
and friends the consoling testimony that all
was well wath him. His faith took hold of
the preolous promises of God, and enabled
him to claim, through the merits and blood
of Christ, 8, home with the blessed ones
gone before L.

WILLIAm MIZELL, Of Telfair OO., Was
born 2nd March, 1806, and died 25th No.
member, 1868.
In his 28th year, he joined the M. E.
Church, and continued a faithful and devo.
ted Christian as long as he lived. His
house was the homeof the traveling preacher,
the wayfaring man and the stranger; for
his kindness and hospitality knew no
bounded. In the relation of husband, father,
brother, friend, he stood with the first and
best. As abusband he was fender hearted
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