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Sale Of Southern Railroad

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Th bilí Cor il.e salo of the Southern railroad [ pajsed the Sonate on ycstcrtlay by o vote of yens N, naya 2. It had p-oviously passed the IIou?e, but was somewhat amcnded n the Senntc. The bülig contingent upon tho eale of tlio Centra] railroad, and doea not go into eíTect nn:il aftr tliat work passes into the hands of the Centra! railroad compnny. The price to be paid is lialf a millioiv - F. Press.I ■ (EP Dr. Bond, the venerable editor of ihe I Christian Advocate nn] Journal, declares there s not a travelling prencher in the Methodist Episcopal Church who holds slaves. The aciionofj ihat Church in relation to Bishop Andrew and Mr. Harding, is thought by some to have had n happy iniluence on the Church, plirging it in n 1,'rcat tneasurc irom the sins of alaveholding.- To wliat extent this iniluencc mny hivc opératodwo ore not prepnred to say; bat while ihe lay mcmbora hold many thoujsnnda of thoir brotlircn inslnvcry. wc think tlicre musí bc nccd of a mucli more thorough purging. (CF Tho bill for the sale of the Southern J rond passed the Mouso ns it came from the Senate. and now fiw.'iits thesignnture of the Governor.O" Tlic rciiiuining portion of Mr. Stewnrt's nniclc is dcerreil lili next wcek, in consequencc of the prc;.urf Oí profcesionai hueioést,