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■LA. Stephens, Sept. 15, 1S73
W. F. Thomason, I’eb. 1, 1S74
.Tohnathan Coleman, .July 15,1S73
Tiir )ugh F.lder John«Rowe.
W. M. Hewitt, August 1, 1873
Through Elder David J. Lamb.
V7m. Jjanier, Juno 1, 1870
J. O. Bark.sdalc, December 1, 1873
Absalom Proctor, October 1, 1871 2 00
Atlas J. Gilbert, November I, ’73 2 00
.Mrs. Mayo, November 1, ’72 -1 00
Harris Daniel, December 1,'’73 50
.4ney Ann Barnes, Janu.ary. 1, ’73 2 00
E. G. Clark, November 15, ’73 2 00
.J. V. Jjittle, August 1, ’73 4 00
K. II. Baker, Janua.-y 1, ’74 2 00
Mrs. Mary L. Bryant, December 15, ’73 2 00
George VV. Carter, .January 1,’74 2 00
Elclei-s W. W. Barnes and B. P. Pitt, have
Appointments to preach as follows the Lord
Monday after 1st .Sunday in February at
Tuesday Falls Tar River.
M^ednesday Willianw Meeting House.
Friday Deep Creek.
"ml Sunday and Saturday before at Ivehukec.
Mond.ay after at (,'onoho.
Tuesday Si'ring Green.
Thursday Flat Swamp.
Friday Cross Koada.
.11 Sunday and Satuiday before at Conetoe.
liLmday after at Sparta.
Tuesday at Old Town Creek.
F.lder .John S. Brinson hats Appointments to
urcach as follows, the Loifi willing:
ik'ar Creek Jat Saturday and Sunday in Feb-
A! iwborn’.s Monday following.
Nabunta Tuesday following.
Rest on Wednesday following-.
Meadow Tluirsday following.
,'tparta 2d Saturday and Sunday of February.
1 ,ower Town Creek Monday “
Pleasant Hill Wednaaday “
Hiiion Thursday “
Friday ’\Vhite Oak “
ToUnot 3d Satnnlay and Sunday "
Boat on Monday “
SooU’.s Tuesday “
Upper Black Creek 'Wedne.’^d.ay “
Lower Black Creek Tluirsday “
Memorial 4th Saturday and Sunday
ALABAMA.—Fdder IVm. M. MltclielJ,
Opelika. Mrs. N. A. Cheatham, Greenville,
Butler County. Miss Sue A. Crutcher, Madi-
Mii Station, M. & C. Railroad.
FLORIDA.—Elder Joel W. Swain, Oka-
bunika Sumpter County.
GEORGIA.—Elder John Rowe, Butler,
Taylor County. Elder John Dickey, Hicko
ry Grove, Crawford County. Elder D. L.
Hitchcock, Eatenton, Putna^m County. Dea
con Joel Ilardie, Irwinton, Wilkerso'n Coun
ty. Elder I. R. Teat, Richland, Stewart
Comity. Elder D. "SV. Patman, I^exington,
>,glethrope County, Dr. II. J. Williams, So
cial Circle. Daniel Godard, Liberty Hill,
Pike County. C. W. Hearn, Houston, Heard
County. Jcs.se T. Davis, Quitman. JohnG.
PhiUiiv, Hogansvilie, Troup County. Mrs.
R. Anna 1‘hillips, Rome, Eld. J. N. Wood-
ail. Kilaville. Elder M. McDonald, Vienna,
Dooiy County. E. ,C. Thrash, Flat Shoals,
iloilwethw County. Elder, T, K. Pursley,
Arneriens. Wm. B. Davis, Alill Town. Elder
F. M. 'Yoodall, P-c.ston. Elder .1. .J. Davis,
Daw.-.on, Terrel! County. E. W. Lowe, Green
Hill, Stewart County. Elder T. J. Bazeinore,
[JJjINOIS.—Eider I. N. Vanme’^cr, Ma
comb MoDonongli County. Elder J.G A'il-
liama, Ersn, Adams Countv. Elder .T. IT.
Myers, Decatur. Ekler G. W. Murphy, Com
cord, Morgan County.
KENTUCKY.—Wm. P. Moore, Dickson,
TENNESSEE.—Elder George Huffman,
Bloomington. John E. Frost, Slielbyvilie,
licdford County. Elder Jamc-s Cox, Franklin,
Williamson County. II. J- Pearson, Browns
ville, Haywood County. Elder Wm. B. Ow
TEXAS.—Miss SallieS. Floyd, Cofieeville,
Upslicr County. Ruben Manning, Cotton
Gin, Freestone County. Noah T. Freeman,
VIRGINIA.—Elder G. L. Tuggle, Elams-
ville. E. B. Turner, Rood Creek. .Joseph
F'ranee, J’runty’s. W. A, Thoiiia-', I’Ri-ifyl-
vunia Court. House.
11^3“ If we have evnitted the naracs of .any
of the brethren who have been acting as
.-Agents for the paper, who de.sire their names
inserted herein, tliey will please notify
us, in order that w'C m,ay add them to the list.
We also ask otlier brethren, sisters and friends
who desire the .succe; s of the p.aper, to act as
.-Agents for us.
P RIMARY, ACADEMIC,(
Able and experienced Teachers. Valuable
Lib-ary arid Apparatus. Fifty iutevestiu^
Periodicals. The school kept a.s a wcll-regm
lated, higk-toned family. 'The abounding
comforts of a refined Educational Home.—
The^y-sioal, the intellectual, arui the moral
fafl||Jp!l>s ot our Pupils, harmoniously do-
Iffiped, Instruction given in 20 I'^ractic"!
Arts, by either of which a livelihood can be
made. Entire average e.tpense, including
tuition, books, board, fuel, light, and wash
ing, $200 per academic year.
Session extends from fii-st Monday in Oc
tober to last i’riday in June. Students ad-,
mitted at any time, and charged for only the
time they come.
Address, for Catalogue,
SYLVES.TER HAISSELL, A.- M.,
Wilfion, N. C
A’c keep alwaj's on Land a full supply of the
by Elder Benjamin Lloyd, vdiich may be had
on the foilrwing terras:
AHSSISSIPPI.—B. F. AATlkinsc-n, Amite
NORTH CAROLINA.-Ekler.s J. IT. Dan
iel and B. P. Pitt, Tarboro. E. G. Clark,
AVilson. Elder R. D. Hart, La Grange. EL
der F. L. Oaklev, Andcrr.on’s .Store. Alfred
Blalock, Bushy Fork. Elder Q. A. TVerd,
PIcas.ant Grove. J. F- Alotley, Ruffin Depot.
Eider Wm. A. Ross, Greenville. Elder D.
R. Moore, Mount Tizah. Elder Aldridge
Parton, llaleigli. Elder Bryan AVliit.*brd,
Newbern. Elder A. N. Hall. AVood.Male.—
Elder Snfw.cll Tucker. Peach Tree Grove
Elder C. B. llasscl, AYilliamston. R. AY.
Dallas, Reldsv'ille. AY E. Bullock, Diiteh-
ville. Jame.s S. AVoedard, AVil-son. Elder
A'/ra. F. Be-11, Tarboro. Elder D. A^. Top
ping, Pantego. Jo.shua L‘ Freeman, Danbu
ry. Mrs. Elizabeth. McNeely, Lenksviilo,
Rocaingham County. Jolin Hays, Black
Creek. 'C. O- Bowen, Durluam’s.
SOUTH CAROLINA.—Elder Marshall
McGraw, AAb B. Huckabee, Camben, Kershaw
Plain .snbstr.ntiai (sheep) binding, single
copie.T • $1 00
nix copies for 6 00
Twelve copies for 9 00
Rod and black J.Iorocco' binding, plain
edge, single copic.s, 1 2-5
Six copic.s for ‘ . 7 00
Twelve copies for ■ 12 00
Extra gilt ed,ge and gilt covers, elegant
style, single copias, 1 50
Six copie.s for ’ 8 00
Twelve copies for L5 00
At tlKse iii’ice.s y!q. will send our hook.s liy
mail to any post ofiice in the United .Sjates or
Territories, at our expense. Any person,
company or church ordering a dozen books
at tlie above rate.s, shall have one book extra
f)f the same quality as the dozen ordered; or
if a mixed dozen is wante’,
the exV:i book shall average with the
dozen. Those hooks are gotten up in the best
style of pringting and binding.
At these prices cash must accompany orders.
Sums over five dolla.rs. send, by E.xpress; un
der five dollars, bv mail, in registered letters.
Address MR.Y M. A. CHEATHAM,
Greenville, Butler County, Alabama,
gss?” Persons ordering books will plea.se
give their Post Office, County and State pmuN-
Greenville, Ala., March 17, 1870.
For sale by E. Q-. Clark, AYilson, N. C.
M. i?. Company.
OFFICE CTHEP ENGINEER
AND GEN’L SUPERINTENDENT,
WiuiiiHGToK, N. C. June 8th, 1872.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after Monday, June loth, Pa.ssen-
ger traln.son the AY & vAb Railroad will run
Leave Union Depot daily (Sundays excepted)
a t 8 1.5 a ra
Arrive at Goldsboro at 12 11pm
“ Rocky Mount at 2 71 p ra
“ \i eldon at 3 50 p m
Leave AATldon daily (Sunday’s excepted)
eJ 1; 15 a ra
Arrive at Rocky Mount II 07 a m
“ Goldsboro at 1 lo p m
“ Union Depot 5 30 p m
Leave Uni'On depot, daily at
Arrive at Golcl*.boro at
“ Rocky Mount at
“ AYeldon at
Leavo A'/eldon, daily at
Arrive at Rocky Mount at
“ Union Depot at
10 40 p m
3 00 a ra
4 56 a m
G 50 a m
7 10 p m
8 58 p ra
10 58 p ra
Mail Train makes clo.se connection at AA’’el-
don for rdl points North via Bay Line and
Acquia Creek routes.
B:SYExpre.s,s Train 'Connects only with
Acquia Creek route. Pullman’s Palace
Sleeping Cars on this Train"@g
Freight Trains will leave Wilmington tri
weekly at 6.00 a m and arrive at 1.40 p m.
Express Freight Trains will leave daily
(Sundays excepted) at 5 p m and arrive at II
^ JOHN F. DIVINE,
JlocicY JVIount, JT-. p
In office during pack week after the SB-
CONU SUND.VY. ROCKY MOUNT.
In office during each weekafeer thcFiRfrf
.SUNUAY, Mrs. M.‘ Pi3.ni>kr.s, TWRllOKO’.
In office during each week afU'r !b«
Fourth Suxiiav, Mrs. Blount’s, AVILSON.
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