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ries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
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aries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
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aries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
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ries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
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y, had about thirty-five Missionaries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev.
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aries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
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ries laboring among the heathen. This number has been greatly reduced in consequence of the difficulty of transmitting funds during the terrible conflicts of the country. The Board have not, however, abandoned their work, but have been able, to some extent, and in different ways, to forward remittances and to keep up their most important missions. They now begin a new series of endeavors in this line, and are hoping gradually to reinforce their stations in China and Africa. The Domestic Mission Board, located in Marion, Ala., have kept in the field all through the war more than one hundred Missionaries, and now they propose with new vigor to prosecute their great work. We have already referred to the fact that a called meeting of the Convention will be held at Russellville, Ky., on the Tuesday before the fourth Sunday in May next. The introductory sermon will be preached by Rev. William T. Brantly, D. D., of Augusta, Ga.; alternate, Rev. J. T. Tickenor, D. D., Alabama.
Another Fight in an Auction-House, &c. Yesterday morning, Isaac Cohen and Ezekiel Myers, Israelites, made their appearance before Mayor Saunders to answer the charge of fighting in Messrs. Digges & Apperson's auction house. From the evidence, it seems that a competition arose between the parties about who should have a lot of shoes that were put up for sale. Cohen led off and Myers followed, whereupon Cohen got angry and threatened Myers with castigation if he persisted in running up the goods. This admonition increased Myers's estimate of the value of the articles, and up went another bid; but hardly had he given the wink to the inimitable Digges before "down went his building," which demonstration was considered by the book-keeper as a "knock down and goner," and was so recorded on the ledger. Forthwith Myers procured a warrant and had Cohen arrested, in order that the whole matter might be referred to the arbitrament of his Honor. Cohen denied the assault upon Myers,
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k-keeper as a "knock down and goner," and was so recorded on the ledger. Forthwith Myers procured a warrant and had Cohen arrested, in order that the whole matter might be referred to the arbitrament of his Honor. Cohen denied the assault upon Myers, and accounted for his measuring his length upon the floor of the auction-house by saying that he merely put his hands upon Myers's head, and down he "drapped." The Mayor gave a patient hearing of the case, and after revolving the evidence in his mind, concluded to hold Cohen to bail for his good behavior for twelve months in the sum of two hundred dollars, which was readily given, and the party discharged. The case of Peter Stagg, charged with having been drunk and disorderly, was called, and the accused not being present, it was continued until Saturday, with the understanding that if he he did not appear his bail would be forfeited. At this point the Mayor stated that there were no more cases, and adjourned his Court.
Another Fight in an Auction-House, &c. Yesterday morning, Isaac Cohen and Ezekiel Myers, Israelites, made their appearance before Mayor Saunders to answer the charge of fighting in Messrs. Digges & Apperson's auction house. From the evidence, it seems that a competition arose between the parties about who should have a lot of shoes that were put up for sale. Cohen led off and Myers followed, whereupon Cohen got angry and threatened Myers with castigation if he persisted in running up the goods. This admonition increased Myers's estimate of the value of the articles, and up went another bid; but hardly had he given the wink to the inimitable Digges before "down went his building," which demonstration was considered by the book-keeper as a "knock down and goner," and was so recorded on the ledger. Forthwith Myers procured a warrant and had Cohen arrested, in order that the whole matter might be referred to the arbitrament of his Honor. Cohen denied the assault upon Myers,
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