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tic Bristol ftctua.
Tho Union, tho Constitution r.ml the Laws,
JSri."fol, Tail)., Scjit. 1, ISC'.
Kr'Xm ';oh '' Ii'.it'"ii. n; tin" Vir
ginian litlioo, l.yni.hhurg, is our iiulhi.rw.od
Agent l'.T tliiit city.
JLj" Owing to a press of job work, We
have had hut little time to devote to our
paper this week.
Etr-v. A detachment of MJ men cf the
1st New York Mounted Hides, command
ed by Capt. Starr, reached this place on
Wednesday morning of this wiik, and
struck camp across the line in Gooihon.
f3iCapt. Jas. liroi'ks, has tho flunks
of all hands, and the o'i t il, for a wa er
melon which was iibuut the size of a
half-bushel measure. The Captain is a
clovr young gentleman and, by the
way. he is slnijlr ; a fact which wo wish
the yo'ilig ladies to make a note of.
Snir.-,n;,-n Mrtimj. The Kigh
e "it!i V, ,.i.il in. "-ting of the Stoekhold-
oi t!i V.i. Tetin. Hiilroad (j'ompa
i:v. ili ' i" i 1 al the ofliee of the com
panv in 1. , in lihui'g, on the 11th of Oc
Mail A'jnit Ajip'iiittt-il. William II.
linker has been appointed route, agent
between Bristol aud Kuoxville, at a sala
ry of SSUO per annum.
tQ. Tho Abingdon l'ost. Office Ins
been rc-opentd, and V. G. M. Sandoe,
appoiuted post-masler, vice Geo. Sandue.
The AbliKjilon Yii'jiiiiun. We learn
that arrangement.? are beiue; made to re-
n fl. iiblicMtioo of tl.is i,ld ami I
time-honored journal, w hich w ill he eon
Rumniated by the time the mail facilities
cf the country will justify it.
Mi.shark Jlorncr. It wiil be seen by
a communication from this gentleman,
which will be found iu this week's issue,
that he is fitill all- e. and as ready w ith
his pen as of yore. We trust he will j tained by the entire South, and that de
fmd it conveniint t) let us hear from votimi to the Cnioi. and free instituiions
Bear Cove frequently.
New Ailfr) ti'semciitx. Sec Medical !
Card of !r. Magee and Oarriger, and
Jts We are indebted to the puhli.-'i-crs
for several copies of the "Maryland
Fanner and Mechanic' a Monthly Mag
azine, devoted to Agriculture, Horticul
ture, Rural Economy aud Mechanic Arts
published at Baltimore, Md., by S. S.
Mills & Co., at SI. 50 per annum. It i4,
for the price, really a neat inouthly pub
lication, and every farmer, gardncr .md
liiccbauic in the laud would consult tlieir
interest by subscribing.
B??u A resolution of thanks, passed
by the Ilolston Presbytery at its recent
Bession in this place, to the citizens of
Bristol and Goodson, for their kiudm ss
mid hospitality, was unintentionally
omitted last week.
Still Priijri'a.-iiiiij. Tho revival at the
Presbyterian Church in this place, which
nc noticed in our last issue, is still pro
grc.ssiug with increased interest. We
understand that from sixty to seventy
conversions have tukeu place.
Jfffi rmm A:ttlt iny Mount i ilh .We
are pleased to learn that this Institution,
which is under tho charge of l'rof. Jas.
A Hhea, is in a flourishing condition
Bonio 4S students being in atteutance nt
preseut. The next session will commence
on Monday, Hfitth mst., when a compe
tent assistant will be engaged, as it is the
Professors intention io bu'dd up a good
school iu the ijuiet, moral town of Blount
ville. Jc)r Bcv. George 11. Barr, of Ahit.g.
don, formerly of the Abingdon "Virgin
ian," has been appointed Assistant, As
sessor of the 1-tih Division of the 2d
District of Va., including the cuuuties of
Washington and Kusseil.
ilj' The Nashville lipiscopal Conven
tion on the 7th iust. nominated for Bish
op of the i 'ioe.se of . eiin,s.eo the Kuv.
Chalhs V. (J'liiitar.l, who for loin years
Was el, a lii. i of the 1... 1; City (ju.u d.-,
nnd alieiivarl ot a i" 1 i.iimut livm
that city. He was uuiiuiuiousiy elected
on the tirsc ballot.
from II aslii injton.
I WasIIIMIToN, Sept. 7. E.n rutin
I lmtu. There was Hgnin a laigc crowd
i at the Executive .Mansion to-day, nearly
i all of whom were paid-ii-seckers inclu
ding Mil'1 Taylor, formerly a represen
tative in Congress from Louisiana. Some
of them ha i I'ci'ii standing at the dour
at least live hours waiting tor admission,
hut had not heeu gratified up too o'clock.
The I'lesid.'til, in the interval of pubiio
husiiiess, receives a lev; only of the visi
tors. To have op md the door of his
office to all conn-is al once, v. it h the ther
mometer iie icaiing about 'dU degrees,
would have cxpn-e I hi.u to tin; risk of
suffocation. Id.y-uvo paidoli.s wito yes
terday granted hy the 1 'resident, and
some of tlieiil impatiently l'cpaiicd to the
Mate department to obtain i lit.! Secreta
ry's signal uie to the documents.
Gciioial .M armaduke, Known as a
prominent li'n-i r in the late rebellion, is
! the li 1 t one to avail bin, -elf of the pri-
viie.o- to i'o abroad and n main without
tin! ('uitei States liming the pleasure of
the Guvcrnuii i.t, and has n 1 1 ived a pa-sport
ncconlingly. Gcmrat Seiurogard
lias also ap la1 1 for a pas-port utWcr I Ik
same oiiieiai nr.ii i of the I epa rtiiicut of
Slate, t h 1 1 nigh the inoiiiuu cf a y nipa
thmug lady tioio Alahama.
Ci'iiijinii'Xi! Ink rift Aofrs. The Treas
ury lli p .llnit'lit has printed t:ili,llllil,ll(lll
of the I) per cent, compound interest
note., to replace those! received in bu.-i-liess
transactions and cancelled, llio
rights to issue them for the ;') per cent in
terest notes is il.-o conferred hy law.
l!y this arrangement about S;inil,(HK) of
accrued interest has hei r .saved to tin:
Government within the la.-t thiee months.
All the.-c notes are hg.il tender. There
is no ii. crease cf the currency, but mere
ly tho issuing of new notes lor old ones
at a .-ii.ing lo the government.
J'rrsttli lit Juhiisun ami ti" S"Utti.
Addriu to (i Sniilhrrn l)t !' jil ton.
AVasHINUTON, Sept. 11 To-ilay u del
egation of Sollt liel nets, representing
seven Southern Slates Georgia, Ala
bama, Mississippi, 1'lori'ta, Aikan.-as,
Virginia and Tennessee, and numbering
between lifty and sixty persons, calieil
Upon the l'le-idellt of the lulled Stall
The Hon. Win. 11. Macf.iriatid. of ii-
..ii ....i I.; .ir .1...
i gujia, ii'.n , i e.s. e .4 1,11,1 ou i-liiu,, ,i, me
It becomes his agreeable and pleasant
duty to say, they a.-ked to assure him ot
their pcrsoual regard an I their faiui iu
his purpose to ailuiinisier the Govern
ment unuii the highest piincipies of wis-
doui ami mature niatesuiaiislnp, coiilideiit
. that his policy would be earnestly sus
I woulii ever enaiaelerue all tlieir poiitic.il
and personal acts; ami it was their pur-
pose ever ehcert'illy and earnestly to sup-
rt him and his administration of the
General Goverutin nt ; and in making
this pledg.:, as geliileineU, they had a
right to demand full trcdtni;:; loi their
Mr. Maefarland elaborated the-e views,
concluding with thanks to the President
for his patient attention aud uisposition
to give full failh to the sinnrity ot those
he represented. Whatever may be said
to the contrary, the purposes and ob
ject of the entire South, he felt assured,
was for restoration and peace upon the.
basis i f the I'uion of tho Slates
'The President, iu reply, expressed his
surprise nt meeting so l.iige a number ot
gi nllciiK'ii from the South. He had no
idea that so inuuy persons woiud call up
on him when he consented to this inter
view. U'j could u,,t command language
sullieietit to express the deep grii.h'a
lion i.e felt at llie visit, and al tlie patri
otic remarks of the speaker, who ha.l ju-t
retired, lie spoke of hi j anti eedeul pos
ition before the civil war. lie hid urged
his Southern bretheru to remain in ilie
I i, ion, and there to contend for their
constitutional rights. He fell it was
ihdr only safely and protection. He
had always been for the recognition of
all the constitutional rights of the slave
owning States, and ('eleived they could
have been preserved in the I'liion il the
issii'i had been made iu the forum in
stead of the held. He himself had been
a slaveholder, but he had made up his
mind if the issuu ever nai rowed il.-elf
down to the I'nion and slavery, that
slavery must go and the Cnion be saved,
lie had eolili ieliee ill the explessions just
uttered of devotion to the restoration of
the I'nion and profes-ions of loyally so
generally evidenced, and he was assured
that the disposition was lo aid iu build
ing Up the waste plans of the South,
and restoring peace and ha piue.-s, good
will and I'liion. lie did not h'lico tin;
siiisalioti letter-writers and editors, who
were endeavoring to create the iinpie.-sioii
that there exists ill the South illsaliee
tiou and dissatisfaction, f .r tiie pre-i nee
of so many cmiin.nl uli I di-luigui-hed
gelil leu,, u, 1 Y p r, si nting buch a large
con -timi. n.y, liify di.-proyn the tact,
andga'e tile lie to tlnir pestil, nt inei
lll.iill..ll.il,t Utli ralli es. lie l.a.i col,li
icoce ill II," piioes-iens oi tin pe" I'! of
in-' So, mi, aii.l of their purpose, i,, icslme
; he I n, i u upon the pi me. pies of the
i ' nstiiii.ii i,, and he l.op.il and bell. ed
lb, Were liicly lo come in, and r.dly
aroui.d the I'nion, and the (.'oiistiiutiou.
Tlie feud cxistingwas a family quartet,
and tlie tics of friimlsliip, now It was en
ded, he trusted vould he stmnger and
more enduring thin ever. 1 he mission
of this great le was hii.h and liolv,
Mid in the Union mly colli. I the purposes
I of its people and tie'' government l; ad
The IVcsideiif r f-rivd t.i tho existing
roudition of pul'oc '.il'inrs, and the grat
ifying ami pah iatie e ideuees presented
fo liim of an early restoration of fuller-
nit V between tie dill rent sections of toe
i 1'hioii, im.i 1'ie goo I to f.lliw this pe lie
! fnl s'ale of things ; and in eon,, lu-inii
expressed the hope t.'iat. men ihof ughiy
loyal Would be eh'itc I to l'ongies, in
l order that the Soiitl. miuht a.'iin he ad- i
, , .r ,
Illllleu in me eoilllel s oi l lie na i n ',,.
T'n remarks of I ' r. -i , 1 c 1 1 r .1 lni-nn I
wen IVeipieiitly in ti' t-ii pi cil by applause,
and all seemed higU gratilied by the
I Hi ihirti'i.H ,,j ihi (.'urn in . At a
'meiiii'.n of the Nc v York Chamber of
: Commerce, on Thi.iMlay, this siihjoit
; was eoti-io, n d. Mr. Lowe recouiim ul
' ci, as a means of a, e .mplh'.iii.g the de
sired end, that the (internment should
I reeei-. e one-tenth of the dues on imp. ,r"
I talio;:.s in 1, g..l t. tidcr. 'J his, ho thought,
would sene to bring goods down to '
si met hing in an r the valiu of gold.
j (ioods," he truly siys, "are uow high
' because paper is .h ut:t'i:'; goods will be
j low, as paper is w ith. Iran n. This ineth-
od of withdrawing KgaUtoudcr, day by i
jday, seems the best b- bringing are-!
turn to specie payments and is the , a.-i- ;
i cM' Kva,lu:il ' n'l t:'i" '" '-:
operation." A coiiuui: lee of live was i
J appointed by the Chamhei to consider l
and memorialize Congr"-- c, the subject
thus presented. The Government now j
'has an aceinnnl.iti. u ot I .", t ll Ijt I a II I I
; surplus mm.
! A (linnl Ariir. Moi'i.i K'-teliuni,
the father of the great defaulter in New
Ymk, is ripo.tul to l ave said to his ered
j itors : "If I could have n,y S' n back,
; with his good name, and you were aii
paid in full, I w mil h'i runtnit." S;i di
is tha la-t ambitiiti of a great liii.in
jiier. A lifetiini' f iirtiv an ample
, fortune its reward; and now alt woukl
' be given for a son's ijmtil n-nnr. Young
1 lie u fast young men think of this.
fee- In I he a.-liinutoii (.'oiistitati.u
al I'liioii," of tiie'J.l instant, v;o lind th:
f.al' W ii:g i x t r.ii t from a speech i f Mr.
John-oil, di !icii J iu the U. S. S, nate
in ls.'i!l. The abolitionist should ica.l
it with car.'. It will Junii-li tin in food
for relleciioii :
"Tiie tn i u who deliberately and bold,
ly asserts that Tlioinas ) IV, i s. m, when
he penned the seiitimeu' that till nun
Were created upial, ha I the negro in Lis '
niiiiJ, is either mi i Hot. or a knave." I
Sf-i, President Join,.-.a, has deelin "d
to in erlVie HUh the aeliol. of .iie S.ai.l,. !
ern bishops. lie says they iu..y tiuin
"o -,"'i'i' 'o ,11"" 1 1 1 11 01 , just as I
th 'y pha-e. '1 he pris-ure of ti.e ia.ii- i
.. ... . .......... .. . ... :.. -
cals was strong; but, iu r, ply to tin ir I
remonstrances, bo said ihe coiistitiiiioii
ga.' 1 : i 111 no power to interfere ; it was
sii. nt on I tie sunjeet. 1
-1 I'vuiiin (Jiit'i. A I'diian has been I lw" L'u- ''ear. The engine was totally
arrested in Liverpool on the char -e ,.f 1 w"''1;"''- 'l lu' cossioii was terrific,
rol,l,. , v ( I,; , , , it, cii' I en I shook tt,e buildings iu the town as
roi,n;l. ni In.- p.isoi, the 1,, 1 ivin i 1 ,
, .. , 1 . li lo.'l.' had oecii an eaitlioiiak '.
oath was lnuml : '
"I now, in the pre-nei! of Almi'dnv ; ' ' '"'" '" "'V'""'-' -s'"'e T nups
G,, solemnly sw-air id -i'.nce to "the j '", M "!- 'I I" N A 1 1 , S. pt. 7.
liish Bepublie now 1 slabii died, to take 1 '"; ' "' "'"' has a di.-p.iteli u.,', ,1
up arms in its defence at a 111 UK nl's no j 'ackson, M.ss , I II ins:., sayiri.r that
tiee; an I that I will, to the b -r of ,y ; ("'n- '"';'l" '" an "i .'. r, by di-
powcr, defend its t.-rnlory and lniLpcn- i "rl'"11 'he Pre-.dct.t, enjoining upon
deuce, and will implicitly obi y the com , "ilieers not to int, 1 fei 0 w 11 h the in--matnls
of my superior ollieer" So n Ip j f-''"'iza,i ' of the ."date militia, ordered
1110 God." j ''.V Provisional Gov r.i"r Sharkey. This
Intmial llfniiiic A'r.-i ijits. The re
ceipts of the Internal Revenue, for th,.
we, k etuliti..', Sept. f), 1 Sli.'i, aiiioin,',
to over i'lo.OO'l.lHIO.
A iltliillilf ( ' 11 fin y.
......,u, it 01
National jiaiiK currency ls-ucil dm oil'
tlie past week was fL'eim.odll. The to-i
i.n xiiioudi iu 1 11 cuou i ai ip f lt,i,.'sl
Siitiiiiinl ij'iii.'.v '1 lii re are ,,)'i','.
National Hanks, doing bu-'nicss with an
aggregate capital of t'-'.U,77l, 701.
Crrtijinilrn uf Jill!' I.ti iliti 1 s. for the
Week eliding September !l, iMi,"), cettiti
cates of iudt btediiess aiiioutiline; t,,
I,.! 1 ... 1 ,1 1 . . . t
to 1 t , H -I 1 w tie I e,;et u.eit. 1 r l lo' t a me j - - -
period, the iiniouiit of reileeiuel ciirrelnv I ' "' ''"""' ''"'"7
a, v'G,:!!ia,Wll, ' i'lia.AI.I'.l.l'lll'., Sett. 7. 'i ik- Huh, tin
' , : -, ' l,i'-' " "'ei.d iii-p i'i Ii, , lined lba iii.g to-
t-di- lhu Coi,stiiu:io,.',l boiiv, nlion ; day, saying that ih'ig. Gen. cliimmelp.
of (,'oii imlo coin Iu, lid its la, a)i;; 01, (lc ' f.'liuin died this inorniiig at Wencrs
llii.li ult., by the adontioii f a f,v. ! v,1,l' ,u'al' '"' ti'.V, and w .1 be liurh d
Mule Coi'-titu'doii. Cob.r.!,i, vihei, ad- I f1 011 -'a,u'-,!:'V '"',- "'' i''"-'r.;i
milted, VMll complete a b, It of .Sides ,0 i ''e HUl1' 'V"J'.",.,"uli'P'".
,, ,. ,- -,. ,, . ' , I w--" contracted ln!st 111 the scr
ibe 1 neihe, with the exception of I tali. 1 vir,.
from Tr rils.
N'liW YoKU, Sept, 10 New Oilcans
torn spoiideiiee of the '2d instant men
tions the arrival at Houston of General
Sin ri'l.in iiii'l slalT, when' he w is saluted
by a salute from tin.' -1th M .is- icli'i- its
Gen. Sheridan was en route for San
Gen. Custci, with three cavalry regi
no lit-, p ..-'-cd tli.ough Henry's Head,
bl'ty in. lis ii"ilh of lloiisi' .', on th
'Jfj.ii -if Aii-iin, en mute to wescm
'phe Galve-tou Chaml. r of Oomiii' r.:e
, , ,
lias been rc.irganiJteil.
Is stated that ad t.ie I n tieh truops
have been reiiiov, d from the liio Grande
aud native soldiers pu' in their place.
Xkw lltl ka.ns, S pi. :. The report
ed prevalence of the ydlow f v, r at G..1
vesloti is denied on good authoiiiv.
li.-;:iir'uislic,i lediral ollieus fi ..in
Mexn o state that the 1'ieiu li troops . ave
heeu removed IV hi the li.ie of the Kio
(.Iramie, anil the native sol'liers have
been shb-iimtcd. The dispositiort of
the In m il oliieers to give at,d take ul-
li nee is assigned as the cause,
liaroti he llruati has b. eu dismissed
for bis insulting letter to Gen. llrowi..
e i.!!ieers liave v
reeei v. 'd into the I-uiperor's service.
..,, f)n!jrntiin . A eorrespo:.-
(!,.tJ, tla. .lWVik 11, rnhf says :
"1'ro.u facts coming u:i I t my own
obv, 1 1 a-i ,n, there are, without "d nilt,
upnar is ot liltv
to eini.;ra'e as so
ihollsatl'l people rca.ly
u as t ll" eoilllll l-sii'ilel s
or a.;-tits who arc tiow iu 1'r.iil, or en
tbeir way tlnre, return. Sii-.nibj ti.i'ir
fi-, In: lavoraoie, this isiimatc will
fall .-;i n't of the reality. A Very prom
inent gentleman of Missks'ppi esii:nat"s
tiie number i f colonists from that State
aioii.' at tliirty thousand. Seventeen to
tw-ety agent-, from the various South
ern i-tates, sailed for Kio Janeiro on the
1-ih of last inoiiHi, in tiie steam.-.', ip
Jf'iu-i S'. Finit,-. The "impressible"
old uia ii has been permit ted b the Gov
crui'n nt to retui, i hoiu lroni Call;, la,
aii'lpa-sid tiiroU''h Giu.'iiiiiati rreetiy
on hi- way to Memphis. There is a con
dition annexed to (he ;,:ii ,b n w I, ieh ail
who 1.0 o,v Foot eon i.ier the seven .-t
kind of I iini.-iimeiit fir him. lb: is to
j keep l.i- iiioiiih shut up.u po'i'icul mat
ters in luture. llns, to s, great a talk-
r, ill be aliie inn l,-i;i I, I -
'1 In' l.J jili'smit mi th" S mill irrrtrrn
T' IJfl-MW c tin I' i urn! N As tiVI I.I.K. S-pt.
7. The explosion loslsv hi the N.-nh-westeru
rai, road was atirnblj aif.iir
1 he tiain consisted of eight ,ars and one
pas-i ger each. Ti: ie W "ie n. iily
Hon peis Hi- en the train. The two foie-ni's-i
cut lined p iu.b r !liot and shell,
and il is s'lpjii.- ! tied s' aiks lroni the
''K '11.11. uui 'al. . I to il," powder
' !" "-"o'n -
ev.n persons were kiibd ontrij'it,
ale I in
1 ay ail i.c n . 111. r or le 111
Tiie Ii', 11, ,n was kill" I an I the
1 "r.''"'er b.ioiy w
n. ied. 'Ihe eo'.i.Im
I. r was but slo'htiv 11.; ir -d, and also
Mr. 'o'.!.eiiiii."-, A-si-t.ihl S I'e'iiuten
ih lit of ihe T, legiaph Company. All
IS Wile hlown in pices, except
is.nr.cily the itvei-i o! iu.. ,1,-iot iniua
tion of iho g,,i ci iiiii' iit upon tLi: sub
jet, as lepol led il few dill A -live, ii..,l is
ace. .111. 1,, 1 fr in the I';. el tea! ;!ie " ,veiu-
i incut is
lliill ' lo the .0 ,, I,,.,! e,,,,,.....
1"'K "I fe h ial troops by Stat,; until ia
1 , I,, , nnnie , I ... ,, ,,t I ..
, , ,
' Suil.li.1 bi tili liiiiu,,, ',-,'. Sr
.s pt. ii ; , ,. i 'icut, .in, J r , f r
I many yens the h.-.i I of the An. 1 .can
I 1 III Company, i.nd one f the lii'st set
ll' i's and oldest )e.-id. ills of llils lily,
(Jen. Si. 1, bom h i;i made a t. nip nary
treaty of pence wiih the Ap'iche, Ga
in, niche and Kiova Indians, and c is" I
hostilitii s against ihciu till a peiiiiin.'iit
irealy can be arraliL" '!.
I' A S TO ll A l 1: T t 1: n,
Adopted by tho Jlolstmi Prcsbytctv,
Bristol, Term., Sept. 2, ISO"; :
limn l!i.i:niKi:s i Cintisr: sutr. r n wuij
I' i'li e,'taiien. Our l"l-'fire i": 1 1 1 1 1 in timn
..I (fivat ri'sp 'Lsihil'ty. 'i' he c muaaii'l -uuiiuj
101 to us 1 1 1 1 with , ,'".'1111 i'ia.lia-is, "(.;,, urk
oi i.iy Viny :i:,l ;' -'': ;." Tiie subHi'ie l'lovi
dene s ' (;,, I , 1 n i i . will: ti.e I'viniiiiui ls nal
( loaii-i's ,,f ,,. (;,,,. ,.. j., s,ia:l.'i,.iiii,ir ll tu
101 1 on selves I'm' i litlit'nl, lalmrious and seif
,it"i.,i ..' work. Tiie present I'linditi,. 11 of the
("i.ii-cl. widii.i our hniinils pre-ei.t- tin; virion
o: the wi'i'piii'.' propai't wh"ii lie exel ii aied, "0
iy I'Cii'l '! !' waters ip: I lay eyesa ieua
tain t,l' tears tliat I might weej, ,,vu- ta. s!tt;u
t till daliLl,!,,,. ,,. p,.,,,,!,.." Tl0 i,rv,t
tun Us jri-cn:. 1.,'t tis redi e it, tli re is w,.rk
(or every 1,111' f ,r nil. 'I'lieru 1101 t he no
idlers. K.-iii..ii!,cr the pri, I' redemption.
'I' ii'1'cf..re let usexln'rt ynu, l!nit tin ;i 11:.:; he
I", oe a i,.n Cir r,',i',eie'i, t i 1 1 yuu hy ,jr,
s.nd dc, I exlid.it ,!, ,t l.igli lyj,,.. ,.f I,,-. a!ty to
"dip .,trs that !' wl'ieli -;.nn- from ley
ai.y to th- g-i','.,t II 1! ci' t'ie Cnureh, nial
wiiie.i sin. id. I 1, el every i.nu to render to C.c
- n- tlie tiei g- 1I1 it 'ik' It i-i.rs us well 11s to
J"1 the things wiiieli are C. id's thru joa
ealtival" :.nai.,iiy and IVUeiuiil feelinps.
ih'i'.ts nnd iliMsi.'tm nnet be In'iiled. Ail
wr , iij whetlii'i' real or iiii;ij;iiiary 111, o' hf
I. rgiveii 1111 I f ,tg,,tteii. llvar tee plidi.'.do
ery 1 Je.-is as ii tiemhlcs t.j 1111U.1 nl'ul
l.' iMiliy, "rutaer lor'ivi' the:. ," uii.l I'ler, rc
ui' .nher "if iiny nnm have not the spirit of
Christ he i i...!'e of hi-.'' t;k. caiist. f ni8
ei uedied Une iiviuaii-1.- it tho pood of iinmr
l il souls ie.uiie it. Tiiese thinits, if nnt cer
leete 1, will p:,nt thorns in our living pillows
and dim tie lim:r of our crowns. -e niu,t
live t p thcr in the eiuireh Ik'Ii.w in p.'iie,! ftnj
hive, or l ow si. ail ve . it down tr.i'thcr nh.,"!;
th" p'i'ci'ii hanks of lii'uven's liver, and sing
Hie ;-;iiii.-- .-,,nc. I,st net the world reproach
l. a hut let ll - lllukc ti.e no.a , f the world sv
'-co h"v tlic-e christians love 1111 0 miolhir."
L-'t every ii.l'.n. nee 1,,. l,, t ii;.-l,t t,. l.enr in driv
iiu' fro in our ui'd tev.iy hiit r nnd unkinil
leeliii;:. Vie wiih one another for the ties
sediie s i f the peace uei'icr.
Ag oii.ltie'ln,",, in-pli-et net the .Subhatl
S,'!a,,,l wide!, i- nursery of the church.
It denein is the ;hi'-t talent the cliur. h enn
ii .liiiaaiid. I' is ..field f.,r tho vhole talmt
,,l th : el.iiieii. lie n. t content with simply
patherieg the ehd ii.'ii of the church. Peek
oul nil the l.n.'.'iied .', within the hounds cf
every church, l.ct tin' r..u,l.- i our idnirelin
on the I'-ai'i'l'iil Mahli.dii uniriiiiig he throiigtl
itti hright f:l,-.-s, hast,. ;,;,. 10 tho Si;,l,l,:ith
S.di'ii.l 'dike doves t. their wiii'h.ws." Hv
your siahl.nih Selio.dm d.e it to the children
.ho S ihlanh in-riiitip tl.i 1 i--, !-(, t if tin)
S' V.'il, Neglect ll"l ihe .s ll l.il'h Sel.ee!. A'.Ml
'' '"'h. 11 ton 1 , return . t'ie go..d old l'rt
l.tt li.in e.i-teln of cde.l.t Ii. a! al. i family
iu-il 11 -!:.,n win l et.-r thi'io In.s 1, !, n ih e.nr-
j ten' '1 0 'etrei".
I Again, Hi - "do'eii, iel n i 11 . j 1 1 ' 10 how burin
: die )':: e .ii.. n i!.o alter !' tlie Pray,".- ince't ing.
1 it h.aOI'.. le ighi H.. li ,,r does it iml
j iiini i eld n-he-. Tiie 1'iaser meeting is tlie
; tin riiioiioier ..fa church's piety. You cannot
: live and LT'OV wi.la.ot the Prayer lueetilij;.
Christ wiie'i on oardi hoii".'i'd in a pe, ui;r
1 in , tm. r the foeinl pi ayer nieeiii.g h wa OB
j sii.-li an oeea ieii linii ho appeared in tlieini,l.-t
I "I a. di- ;-. ! ;ii; i showed unto tl.ein his scar
I ' .I l,n u U nnd wounded side, and 'said "l'oce '
j ho unto you." 1; was in answer lo prayer
; olleied iu the prayer noei'iig ihut tho unp'l
J was sent 1.1 11'ia elhtci iu pili-.m. lathe
1 pie-cat tiino ,.f trial wocannol iiipeu-e W'-'b
j the pray"!- Hiding. VI .. mp. Vou to inert
j t ego. acr in- j ray or. If il ho hut two or t'urM
j meet nnd picad the promise of ti,l.
I Again, if jmi haven minister to po in and
j out Ivfore j'.iu, na, hroiik unto you the hrcad
. of lilc, dial x .111 cueoiiragu and sustiiiu hia
I i'l his labors, iu every . ibiv nay. Hold up
i hi- I, and- tied lie faii.t not. If v.. in- churili
j I',' vacant make prompt and vl-o-ous elloil!
to f-ciii-c the men:.- el grace. Invito hrcthrtii
! I" v,.-:t y 11 aud ll"!d lai'lani. ntal meetillf;-.
j '1,, 1 cannot hve in the w :l,ier!.i-s without tk(
I din 0 mors, f t m exhort you, to fail not to
I :'1'" 1 ''I1 V"r lepu'sonlalives to all the civil'
i "'"i-t'itMl ineotiu ;-. "In d... noiitilmle of ream
j sell..! - taoie i- a: iy." Lot ns n these oi-ca-
s. on, see cacn oiacr tace to lace i;nd elm"
1 in ii oilers henre, and together tail; over ilie
ii.loivsu f ; b.'b.B.iiui,, we nil shall meet
111 Mo, on ., 11 !.,
Iue.::y, r..--.:,r.'i:, knowing yuir tribula
dons wo M'ii.1 y.u do-,, woid. of frroeting.
I'uk slmiens have l.ihn n.-ri-t.- nnuiy cf
.'"'"' hri-iihl,b. M my of j.,11 huvo sat in
toe loin line s of h.'ioavoiin'ai. Nay wp all
l.av i.a 1 ur rr:ef.. 'Therefore let us coin
leu one another." Weeping may endure
I"- die night hut, joy t,.;.,. il, i:1 U,e morning"
"led if lli 01 t.,oit in tin h.y 1 f udversity (If
-.101 eih is so. ad." ''i'inai'v, In'ethrt 11, ho per-
'el, l.o id' g I eoinl'ort, ho ,,f ui,t mind, li
in pi ice i.nd Ihe Cod ot h.u'nnd peace sliuU
In-v.-itb you." -'l'ao Crae.'of our I.orilJi'Sii'i
Cir.-ist he wilii y..ti all." Anion.
J. II. l'Ai'l.lK lv, .Stulrd Ctri.
S-'s,. It is stated that r-'terliiig I'rit'e
and other olVceis of the late GoiifeuVnte
army have r. civ, d from the Emperor
M.i.iuiii'.iti the coiiiiuissioii of Generals B
in the Mci.ieau army. A irditig to tin'
St. J.oui.i l',,'publii'.in, tiiis i.s 11 mistake.
Sti'iinig I'riei! has gone to Urazil, proba
bly to ,-c k a lesnK iiee ihere.
Pub?c'n!,j for the Nimvs."