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Elders A. N. HALL and D. It. MOORE Lave
appointments to preach as follows :
Suit’s School House, Granville County, Fri-
C ly 24th September.
Sunday, Peach Tree.
Monday, Falls Tar River.
’‘'uesdu}’. Pleasant Hill.
Wednesday, Old Town Creek.
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Kehukcc As
Tuesday, Great Sw'amp.
Wednesd.ay, Red Banks.
t'riday, Saturday and Sunday, Contentua
Monday, Meadow Meeting House.
Tuesday, White Oak.
Thursday, Sandy Grove.
Elder JOHN 11. DANIEL and others will
reach at Tyson’s Meeting House, Pitt County,
ca Wednesday, October 6th, 1809.
The MOUNTAIN ASSOCIATION will
convene with the Jordan Church. 3 miles
south of Independence, Grayson County,
Virginia, commencing Friday before the
TTst Saturday in October, 1869. All of
our ministering brethren are specially in
vited to attend.
vene with Cranberry Church, Ashe Coun
ty, N. C., commencing Friday before the
third Sunday in September, 1869.
The EOAKING KIVER ASSOCIATION
will convene with the Double Creek
Church, Wilkes Couniy, N. C., commenc
ing Friday before tlie second Sunday in
The EBENEZER ASSOCIATION will con-
cue near Gordon, Wilkinson county, Ga., on
Central Railroad, on Saturday helore fouith
Sunday in September.
UIIARLEY AS30CIATK»N will be held
with the Euharley Church, six miles east of
Vau Wert, in Polk county, Ga., on Saturday
before third Sunday in September, and two fol
YELLOW RIVER ASSOCIATION will con
vene with Holley Spring Church, Newton
county, Ga., seven miles south of Coviugton, on
Saturday helore fourth Sunday in September,
and continue three days.
OCONEE ASSOCIATION will be held with
the church at Jack’s Creek, Walton county, Ga.,
seven miles east of Morrroe, on Saturday before
second Sunday in October, and two foliowin>-
■KKHUKEE ASSOCIATION will be Itcld
with the. church at Flat Swamp, Martin county,
N. C., on Saturday before first Sunday in Octo-
t’cr, and continue three days.
CONTI.NTNA ASSOCIATION will convene
with the cliurch at Rose of Sharon, Lenoir
I oiinty, N. C., nine miles north of .Kinston, on
i'liday before, second Sunday in October, and
continue three days.
WHITE OAK ASSOCIATION will l>e held
•'itii the church at Newport, Carteret county,
N. C., on Saturday before third Sunday in Oc
tober, and continue three days.
A.VllTE ASSOCIATION will be held with
the church at Mt. Pisgah, Fraiiklin comity,
Nflss., on Saturday before first Sunday in Oc-
The ECHECONNA ASSOCIATION will
convene with Fellowship Church, Houston
county, Ga., near No. 2 South Western ttaii-
road, on Saturday before third Sunday in Sep"
tember, and hold four days.
J.L. Friar S 50
Per Eider J. II. Daniel, Agent: Mrs. Hulda
Dixson, ?2; Mrs. Reuben Wilder, • 4 00
Mrs. V. A. Lamm 1 00
Per J. T. Fartliing, Agt.: A. H. Hntcliins- 2 00
Per Elder R. D. Hart, Agent: Miss V. E.
Liinsfrcd 2 00
James Pilkinton 2 00
Thomas Pope 1 00
William Spoon 2 00
Riley Hill 2 00
Noah R. Skeen 2 00
J. A. Peacock 1 00
John Cox 1 00
ARKANSAS.--W. J. McKenney, rine Bluff
Tennessee.—Elder George Huffman,
Bloomington. John E. Frost, Shelbyville, Bed
ford Coun'y. Elder Jesse Cox, Franklin, ll'll-
limmon County. H. J. Pear.son, Brownsviflc,
Haywood County. Elder Wm. I>. Owen, Mur
freesboro. R. W. Fain, Murfreesboro.
ILLINOIS.—Elder I. N. Vanmeter, Maeomh,
McDonough County. J. G. V illiams, Ursa, I
Adams County. Elder Jolm II. Myers, Decatur. ■
G. W. Murphey, Virginia, Cass Coimty.
IIRGINIA.—Elde; G. L. Tuggle, j
Elder A. W. Eans, Cascade, Pittsylvania Coimty. j
Joseph France, Truntifs, Henry County.
MISSOURI—R. A. Wiseman, Fair Grove,
Greene County. A. M. Compton, Dallas, Web
ster County. A. P. Wells, Dallas, Webster Co.
ZION’S L ANDMARKli:',
DEVOTED TO THE
|3rimUbc Baptist (Causf,
On the 1st and 15th of Each Month,
EIDER 1. !, BODENHAMER,
Per Eld. T. K. Pursley, Agt.: E. W. Low-
J- A. Minis
Mrs. Elizabeth Moore
jiy person getting a Club
of Five Sab-scribers to our
00 paper, sha)] lie entitled to One
TWO DOLLARS PEE ANNUM, IN ADVANC2,
Specimen copies will be mailed to any a.l
dress on application to the Editor,
For Clubs of five subscribers, a sixth
copy will be sent gratis.
Tlie postage on onr paper is six e.en‘d.
per quarter, (three montlis,) when paid in ad
vance at tlie office where it is received.
NORTH CAROLINA.—Elder John II. Dan-
el and Bennet P. Pitt, Tarboro. Elder R. D
Hart, Mosdey Hall. Elder F. L. Oakley, A 'lOir-
son's Store. Alfred Blalock, Bushy Fork. Elder
Q. A. Ward, Pleasant Grove. J. F. Motley,
Baffin Ihgwt. Elder Wm. A. PiOss, Greenville.
Elder D. R. Moore, Mount Tirzah, Elder
Aldridge Parton, Raleigh. Elder Bry, -
ford, Ffexvbern. Thomas II. Dawson, Mo-dey
Hall. Elder A. N. Hall, Woodsdale. Elder
Russell Tucker, Peach Tree Grove. Elder C.
B. Hassell, WUliamston. R. W. Dallas, Reids-
villc. Elder James II. Daraeron, Ruffin StPian.
Elder AVm. F. Bell, Tarboro, J. T. Farthing,
Durham's Station. James Carney, S]oarta.
SOUTH CAROLINA.—Elder Marshal Mc-
Graw, W. B. Huckabee, Camden, Kershaw DC-
GEORGIA.—Elder Jolm Rowe, Butler, Tay
lor County. Elder John Dickey, Hickory Grove,
Crawford County. Elder T. J. Bazemore, Ma
con. Elder D. L. Hitchcock, F.atonlon, Futtiam
County. Deacon Joel Hardie, Irvjinicn, Wil-
kerson County. Elder I. R. Teat, Green Hill,
Stewart County. S. II. English, Oglethorpe,
Macon County. Elder D. W. Patman, Lexing
ton, Oglethorpe County. Dr. H. J. Williams,
Social Circle. W. T. Godard, Liberty Hill, Pike
County. C. W.,Hearn, Houston, Heard County.
Elder J. R. Batffle, Quitman. John G. Phillips,
Hogansville, Troup County. Jirs. R. Anna
Phillips, lAitherville, Meriwether County. John
H. Woodward, Vienna, Dooly County. E. C.
Thrash, Plat Shoals, Merriwether County. Jas.
J. Davis, Dawson, Terrell County. Elder T. K-
Pursley, Americus, John McKenney, Talhot-
lon. Elder David J. Lamb, Swainsbero. F.man-
uel County. ,Toel Ilardie, Wilkinso-r County.—
Elder Washington J, Oxford, Montkelh, Jasper
County. Elder Johnson Pate. Pa-yeUaiUe.
ALABAMA.—Elder Wm. M. Mitclieli,
Opelika. Mrs. N. A. Cheatham, Grctneille.
Butler County. jMiss Sue A. Crutcher, Madison
Station, M. ^ C. Railroad.
MISSISSIPPI.—U, F. Wilkinson, Amic
TEXAS.—Miss Sallie S. Floyd, toffecv’Ue,
Upshur County. Reuben Manning, Cotton Gin,
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Lloyd’s Hymn Books!
W”e keep always on hand a full supply of the
by Elder Benjamin Lloyd, which may be had
on the following terms :
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copies, 1 00
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Red and black morocco binding, plain
edge,'single copies, 1 50
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Twelve copies for 15 03
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style, single copies, 2 00
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At these prices wc will send our books by
mail, to any post ofliee in the United States or
Territories, at our own expense. Any person |
company or clmrch ordering a dozen book.s ai'
the above rates, shall have one book extra, of
the same quality as the chizen ordered ; or, if a
mixed dozen is wanted, the extra book shall
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ten ap in the best styles of printing and hind-
At these prices easii must accompany orders.
Sums over live dollur.s, send by Express ; under
five dollars, by mail, in registered letters.
MRS. N. A. CHEATHAM,
Greenville, Butler County, Ala.
Greenville, Ala., March 17,1868.
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CASWELL COUNTY, N. C..
THFi Fall Session of this School, siuialpj
near Ruflia Station, on the Piedmont Pvailroa.i,,
will commence on Monday, .luly btii, 1869.
The .subscriber h:is hitherto liad a quiet an i.
pleasant School, therefore he doe.s not wish to
taiTiish the reputation of his itresenl pupils 5;/
receiving bad boy.s, but good one.s are .solicitcvi
Terms, per Session 'Twenty-Dne Wcehs.
English GuAitMAit—The equivalent of Fifiee:;
Dollars iu Specie.
LASGt.'VGF-a—The equivalent of Twen'y-l'iv-;
Do far An 'Specie. - '•*
if the Tuition be paid in currcrcy, the a-l-
ditiou sliall not exceed thiity-five cams o:»
each dollar of specie, aud if it be paid at the
commencement of tlie .session a deduction of
ten percent sliall be made.
Four barrels of good corn, delivered at the
commeneement of tiie Session, will pay for tlie
instruction of a pupil in English Grammar.
Six barrels will pay fo'r the instruction of
one in Languages.
Jlaimed soldiers shall pay only two-thirdn
of tlie ordinary prices of Tuition. No otlicr
deduction except in cases of protracted sick
Board, exclusive of light, can be ohtainei
for one barrel of family flour per month, or
$12 50 in currency.
During the first three days'of tlie Session,
pupils can gel conveyance from the Station,
free of cliarge.
Patrons are requested to visit the School fre
quently, in order to see how their children
progress. The society is good, and Ihc loca
J.\S. S. DAMERON, Principal.
Rufiin Station, N. C., May 20th, 1869.
June 8 19-tf
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c. 8. McDaniel, editos,