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Brother L. I. Bodenhamer—Dear
By and through the goodness
and mercies of an all-wise God, I am
still the spared monument of his
amazing mercy, and blessed with an-
otlier opportunity of sending on for
the little soul-cheering messenger,
Zion’s Landmarks, which i.s a source
of great consolation to a banished ex
ile, as I seem to be, excluded from the
])]easure of my being with or hearing
the gospel proclaimed through a cru
cified and risen Saviour. Brother
Bodenhamer, since my last correspon
dence with you, the God of heaven
has again restored unto me a poor
sinful and vile wretch my health,
for which I wish and desire to praise,
magnify and adore my God and Sa
viour for his goodness toward the
children of men. I had almost des“
paired of ever being well again.—■
Brother Bodenhamer, if you or any
of the dear brethren should ever pass
by Charlotte, please call on me. I
would be glad even to see one of my
dear brethren or sisters of the Old
School order. Remember me, my
dear brethren and sisters, at a throne
of grace. I remain
Your unworthy brother,
Bbothkr Bodknhambu :—By the request
of the rolatiyes I send you the following
obituai’y notice of our aged father and
brother, WHITTENTON WIGGINS, who
died at his residence in Stuart county,
Ga., on the 5th of January, 1868_ and in
the 77th year of his age.
Brother Wiggins was bom and raised in
Franklin county, N. C., and emigrated to
Georgia, where he spent the remainder of
bis days; he was the son of Archey and
Sarah Wiggins. Brother W. had been iden
tified with the Primitive Baptists for over
forty years, and a meinberof the church at
Harmony for thirty years, and was invaria
bly sent as her messenger to the Harmony
Association. He lived and died strong in
tlie faith of the Primitive Baptists. His
disease was dropsy of ihe chest and palpi-
tation of the heart, with which he suffer
ed a great deal, being confined to his bed
for five weeks. He talked freely on the
subject of death, and expressed himst^lf
as being ready and willing to go and be
with Jesus. He left a wife and three
daughters and seven grand children with
many fiieuds to mourn their loss, but
they sorrow not as those wh» have no hope.
He was very kind and affectionate to his
children and grand children; they will
never cease to remember and speak of his
Why do we mourn departing friends,
')r shake at death's alarms,
Tis but the voice that Jesus sends
To call them to His arms.
Brother Wiggins leaves no son to benr
his name. May the Lord sustain tho be
I. K. TEAT.
Elder C. C. BLAND will preach as follows :
Sunday, December 4th, Rose of Sharon.
Monday, 5th, Bear Creek.
Tuesday, 6th, Mewborn’s.
Wednesday, 7th, Nahunta.
Thursday, 8th, Memorial.
Friday, 9th, Upper Black Creek.
Saturday, 10th, Aycocks.
Sundaj’, 11th, Lower Black Creek.
Monday, 12th, Toisnot.
Tuesday, 13th, Upper Town Creek.
Wednesday, 14th, Pleasant Hill.
Thursday. 15th, rest.
Friday, 16th, Old Town Creek.
Saturday, 17th, Spana.
Sunday, 18th, Auter’s Creek.
Monday, 19th, White Oak.
Tuesday, 20th, Meadow.
Wednesday, 21st, Tyson's.
Elders WILLIAM A. ROSS and DAVID
HOUSE will preach as follows :
Skeewarkey, second Sunday in November
and Saturday before.
Ficot, Monday I4lh.
Moratoc, Tuesday 15th.
Acre Chapel, Wednesday 16th.
White Plains, Thursday 17ih.
Union Chapel, Friday 18th.
North Creek, Saturday and Sunday, 19th and
Concord, Monday 21st.
Head of Pungo, Wednesday 23d.
Neal’s Chapel, Thursday 24th.
Swan Quarter, Friday 25th.
Benson’s School House, Saturday 26lb.
. Nebraska, Sunday 27th.
Mt. Pleasant, Monday 28th.
Far Creek, Tuesday 29th.
Fairfield, Wednesday and Thursday 30th and
Fortiscue Creek, Saturday and Sunday, 3rd
Nathaniel Davis’, Sunday night, 4th.
Pungo Chapel, Monday 5th.
Christian’s Delight, Tuesday 6th.
Beaver Dam, Wednesday 7th.
Wa.shington (Court House) Wednosday
Elder Q. A. WARD will preach as follows :
Tarboro, 1st Saturday and Sunday of No
(Ireat Swamp, 2d Saturday and Sunday of
Greenville, Tuesday following.
Tyson’s, 3d Saturday and Sunday of No
Meadow, Monday following.
White Oak, Tuesday.
Lower Black Creek, Thursday.
Wilson, 4th Saturday and Sundaj' of Novem
Elder VVard requests that the brethren should
meet and convey him to his various appoint
ments, as he has no conveyance of his own.
Elder Benjamin Bynum.-
Mrs. Elizabeth Hyman. - •
Mrs. Nancy W. Holloway-
Mrs. Eliza Rowland. 3 00
Larry D. Farmer.. 3 00
Mrs. Eliza Bass. 50
James M. Simmons 00
J. M. Ellis 2 00
•Tonathau Dew 2 00
A Treatise on the Arminian Creed.
Pamphlet copies ot the above Trea
tise, written by Elder John Rowe, of
Georgia, can be obtained by address
ing the .subscriber. Price, per single
copy 25 cents; Five copies ;
Twelve copies 02.
. Address 0. S. McDaniel,
Ofl&ce of Zion’s Landmarks,
Wilson, N. C.
CASWELL COUNTY, N. C.
The Fall Session of this School, situated
near Rullin Station, on the Piedmont Railroad,
will commence on Monday, July 11th, 1870.
The subscriber has furnished hio „ew build
ing with de.sks and other conveniences; there
fore lie can accommodate a few more ;;ood
pupils, but he does not wish to tarnish the
reputation ol his present school by receiving
TERMS—Per Session of Twenty-One
English Geammak—The equivalent of Fifteen
Dollars in Specie.
Languages—The equivaleat of Twenty-Five
Dollars in Specie.
Boabp—Per Month, Exclusive of Light, $12
At the beginning of the Session, patrons
can pay board with provisions, delivered here
at market price ; but should they procrastinate
the payment, the money shall be exacted.
If the Tuition be paid in currency, the ad
dition shall not exceed thiity-five cents on
each dollar of specie, and if it be paid at tlie
oramencement of the session a deduction of
ten per cent, per annum shall be made.
Four barrels of good corn, will pay for the !
instruction of a pupil in English Grammar.
Six barrels will pay for the instruction of
one in Language.s.
A slight pecuniary indulgence shall be grant
ed to pupils who are preparing to teach, pro
vided they are not able to pay the whole when
Maimed soldiers shall pay only two-thirds
of the ordinary prices of Tuition. No other
deduction except in cases of protracted sick
During the first two days of the Session
pupils can get conveyance from the Station
free of charge.
Patrons are requested to visit the School fre
quently, in order to see how their children
progress. The society is good, and the loca
JAS. S. DAMERON, Pkincipal.
Ruffin Station, N. C., May 27th, 1870.
June 27 21-tf
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by Elder Beniamin Lloyd, which may be had
on the following teams:
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MRS. M. A. CHEATHAM,
Greenville, Butler County, Ala.
Greenville, Ala., March 17,1868.
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their post office, county and State planlt.
At the request of many bretliren, 1 bav#
consented to publish, and now have about
ready to send out, pamphlet called
“WALKING? ABOUT ZION,”
Embracing thirteen articles originally written
for and pubished in “Zion’s Landmarks.” In
which are briefly set forth tne Organization
Laws and Ordinances, the Peace, Prosperity
and Happiness, the Declension, Conflicls and
final Victory of the Church of Christ, in a
TERMS, in advance: 1 copy, 2.5 cents; b
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I. N. VANMETER,
M acorn be, JLU