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30, '93, ,-568 83 310,400 93 8,969 76 31,087 19 1,181,066 34 1,212,153 53

30, '93, $28,-568 83 310,400 93 $338,969 76 31,087 19 1,181,066 34 1,212,153 53 $1,551,123 29 26,909 77 Wall Papers. Bupplies colleges, schools andifami- lies with teachers without charge. There was another effect of the war which has not yet been mentioned. The proposi- tion w ■ at first rejected, and Asbury was , at to lenve with a heavy Iieart. other two spent much time in prayer, and when he went to take leave of the brethren they reported that they had decided to acquiesce. The document, as usual, bears the signatures of representatives of branches of the Alliance throughout the whole world. — The supreme court has reversed the decision in the case of Bladen county vs. Jones, who died on the way from China, took place at Cary, N. —The Director of the Mint estimates the output of gold for the world last year at §130,817,000, an increase of ? For this year he estimates it at §142,000,000, of which this country produced $33,000,000 and the South African gold fields ? —There are in North' Carolina 3,577 miles of railroad. The gross earning of all the roads during last year was $8,254,417, operating expenses, $5,734,100. It is pleasant to ta'ce, cures Malaria, Indl* geetiou, Biliouii^Iless oud liver Complalnta. A young man with a University ed- ucation desires a position as teacher. The programme covers a great variety of subjects, in- cluding prayer for the Church univer- sal, for nations and their rulers, for Foreign Missons, for Home Missions and the Jews, and for families and schools. the commissioners of Bla- den county, and has declared the tax levied for disabled Confederate soldiers legal. Atlt^ntic Coast Line system, 715; Richmond and Danville, 1,129; Seaboard Airline, 662; other roads 1,072. — Secretary Carlisle has made his report to Congress, He estimates that the deficit at the end of the year will be $28,000,000. Out of thi3,light dawned, and life grew more joyful. On this simple naked truth, that Christ died for me, and he is my Savior, my soul hung. It ta'ves a great deal of powerful preaching to get much money out of a man who carries a long strap around bis pocket-book.— -Er. • *Come to me,* saith One, and coming, Be at rest" — Evangelical Messenger.

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30, '93, $28,-568 83 310,400 93 $338,969 76 31,087 19 1,181,066 34 1,212,153 53 $1,551,123 29 26,909 77 Wall Papers.

Bupplies colleges, schools andifami- lies with teachers without charge.

There was another effect of the war which has not yet been mentioned. The proposi- tion w ■ at first rejected, and Asbury was , at to lenve with a heavy Iieart. other two spent much time in prayer, and when he went to take leave of the brethren they reported that they had decided to acquiesce. The document, as usual, bears the signatures of representatives of branches of the Alliance throughout the whole world. — The supreme court has reversed the decision in the case of Bladen county vs. Jones, who died on the way from China, took place at Cary, N. —The Director of the Mint estimates the output of gold for the world last year at §130,817,000, an increase of ? For this year he estimates it at §142,000,000, of which this country produced $33,000,000 and the South African gold fields ? —There are in North' Carolina 3,577 miles of railroad. The gross earning of all the roads during last year was $8,254,417, operating expenses, $5,734,100. It is pleasant to ta'ce, cures Malaria, Indl* geetiou, Biliouii^Iless oud liver Complalnta. A young man with a University ed- ucation desires a position as teacher.

The programme covers a great variety of subjects, in- cluding prayer for the Church univer- sal, for nations and their rulers, for Foreign Missons, for Home Missions and the Jews, and for families and schools. the commissioners of Bla- den county, and has declared the tax levied for disabled Confederate soldiers legal. Atlt^ntic Coast Line system, 715; Richmond and Danville, 1,129; Seaboard Airline, 662; other roads 1,072. — Secretary Carlisle has made his report to Congress, He estimates that the deficit at the end of the year will be $28,000,000.

Out of thi3,light dawned, and life grew more joyful.

,551,123 29 26,909 77 Wall Papers.

Bupplies colleges, schools andifami- lies with teachers without charge.

There was another effect of the war which has not yet been mentioned. The proposi- tion w ■ at first rejected, and Asbury was , at to lenve with a heavy Iieart. other two spent much time in prayer, and when he went to take leave of the brethren they reported that they had decided to acquiesce. The document, as usual, bears the signatures of representatives of branches of the Alliance throughout the whole world. — The supreme court has reversed the decision in the case of Bladen county vs. Jones, who died on the way from China, took place at Cary, N. —The Director of the Mint estimates the output of gold for the world last year at §130,817,000, an increase of ? For this year he estimates it at §142,000,000, of which this country produced ,000,000 and the South African gold fields ? —There are in North' Carolina 3,577 miles of railroad. The gross earning of all the roads during last year was ,254,417, operating expenses, ,734,100. It is pleasant to ta'ce, cures Malaria, Indl* geetiou, Biliouii^Iless oud liver Complalnta. A young man with a University ed- ucation desires a position as teacher.

The programme covers a great variety of subjects, in- cluding prayer for the Church univer- sal, for nations and their rulers, for Foreign Missons, for Home Missions and the Jews, and for families and schools. the commissioners of Bla- den county, and has declared the tax levied for disabled Confederate soldiers legal. Atlt^ntic Coast Line system, 715; Richmond and Danville, 1,129; Seaboard Airline, 662; other roads 1,072. — Secretary Carlisle has made his report to Congress, He estimates that the deficit at the end of the year will be ,000,000.

Out of thi3,light dawned, and life grew more joyful.

They met again miracles becau.se,nbne will ever again h«ard of in «ii r H«v.fi«n-. They regarded the n preachers as no longer Meth- they would consent to •1 the step they had taken. Waters and Garretson were "f X a committee to inform the tion causes ihe foi lie ■- : liu-aj-vto ap- pear vt^ry c\»i H|.ii'uou^ly, But he is a iiull reader of history wli*) has M\M to notice that the bcai vul,/at institu- tions of tlie pre.lifting of hum itiity, during the present century, than in all tlio past centuries fonibined. History of Niethodism in North Carolina in the Eighteenth Century. General Fond, Ptnevi Ue, General Fund, 4 40 Thank O tiering, 10 Conference Expense, 150 Monroe Station. (General Fund, 4 45 Total, ' |f58 15 A//"V via -o j editor for another quddrennium." Trfrm Street Yonmj Ladirs. He ; says eight or nine years ago he organ- | ized in j NIemphis, Tenn., an Oxford | League very similar to our present !

I I never felt the keen conviction of I sins committed so much as the con- ' sciousness of a lack. Other plans of home reading have been an- nounced within the last decade or two, and some of them are quite good, but it was reserved for the stu- dents of the Chautauqua system to have their books so selected that the four-years' course covers almost the same ground as the college curricu- lum.

Having been reared in a Christian home and never having: associated j with irreligioas company, I never learned the ways of outbreaking sin. We pray always, not in formal prayer, but in the spirit of it, and we do pray al- ways, even formally, in that we nev- er lay it a.side, but keep it up every day. Within the last few years there has come a blessed sense of relief to many thousands of parents, and the source of it is the course of reading devised by the founders of the Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle.

I gave myself to Christ and took him | for my Savior, but did not have a continuous overflowing joy such as I desired. Any comparison of Jthe two methods should take into considera- tion the purposes in view; the pri- mary intention of college authorities is to discipline immature minds, many of w Meh are also unwilling, while the Chautauqua readings were devised principally to impart infor- mation to adult minds eager for it — minds already trained by the experi- ences of daily life to give close atten- tion to whatever work is at hand.

When quite young I sought the Lord and was made to realize a peace in believing. It is true that the Chautauqua course does not pretend to oflfer a sub- stitute for a collegiate education; the great difference is in the omission of Latin, Greek and mathematics— three branches which consume more than half of the study hours of the boy at college.

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