Throtigh A. B. Wlintley :
Mi-s L. A. C'jttwi, /i og. lij, 1875,
iS. H. English, March i, 1875,
John V7)i>Jham, Mayl, 1873,
Through Ehier A. L. ^[4»re:
L. B. July 15, 1875,
Through F. M. Vining—iSS : (lost.)
I'lH Edmonson, March I, 1875,
jMartha Edmon‘or. March 1, 1875,
J. C. Miller, Jn'y I, 1875,
F. M. Vining, February 15, 1875,
Through Mrs. ]l!izabelh McNeely :
Wcxulson Ifowu'd, Jini!: 1, 187u,
\\. G. Chisolm, December 1, 1874.
Through John C. Milkerson, $1:
B. F. Wilkcr.'on, April 1, 1875,
J. C. Wilker.son, April 1, 1875,
Eobert, Barnes, M.ay, 1, 1875,
Mores Moore, Kov. 1, 1871,
Wr«. Jaw; H ivago, Dec- 1, 1875,
Eorfleet (jutoiiie, Julv_15, 1875,
B, T. Lyon, May 1, 1875, ,
Elizabeth lavage, .J an,, '5' 875,
Mark Barker, D^'C- 1, 1874,
Josiuh Walston, Jan, i, 1874,
Mi.se ?Jary C. Knight, May 1, 1874,
W. B. White, Dec. 1, 1874,
Mrs. W.T. Joyner. July 15, 1875,
Albeit Whiu; July 15, 1875,
Ik-nneU .4 ll-hr>:k, Juno 15, 1875,
M. I). AHsbrook, June 15, 1875,
,1, II. Alishrook, April 1, i_875,
Yv’m. Ca‘>iiing, Feb. 15, !87i),
NS’ads Eveivtt, y)e-.-. 1, lH7ti,
Miss Mary I.. Fob. I, 1875^
dame? iJ.' Downing, Feb, 1, 1875,
John IV, Medford, Jtily^lo, 1875,
E. S. Le-wis. .April 1, lrf7->,
Mr.s. Mary MoDc.wcii, April I, 1875,
Mrs. K. CVomwell, Juno 15, 1875,
Wm. Faithful, May 1, 1875,
Mrs. Lucy B.iltfi, Dec, L. ) 74,
II. A, Hharly, Jtaia 1, 1875,
Reuben Deal/ Jan 15, 187-5,.
John C. r'U'W.an Juno L/ 875.
Jc.'iCphJ- Dales, July 1,
TluOmtcs 'C Oiliikin, 1)5'^, 1, lHi4,
vr. w. Viel, Dec, I, 1874,
Mrs. imey Tay or, D.-c- 1, 187L
Mtvry A, Andrew.-j, July I, IBjo,
Tbianigij Gray /vudrewa: _ ,
Naiicy .Vudrewa, D-xt. 2, 1875,
Thri'.u,gh J. H. 'Voodard
Owen \V, Dial, July 1,_
Asa Jolu'-son, Nov. !, '874,
Trougii Elder B. P. Pitt:
C. J, Williford, -Msy 1, 1873,
'rhrough Mrs. Eiizaheth MoNeelj ;
David tVi-lliams, Kov. 15, 1871,
Through Jo-reph II. I'ippsn :
Nathan Bippen, Ju’y 1, 1873.
Tlr-oiigh Stcpim'i Oatterbridge:
Mis Nancy OuUcrbridge, June 15. 1873,
Th-ough G. W. Strickland, $i :
Mrs. M. A. ?;ieka, July !_5, 1875,
G. W. Strickland, July 15, 18.'5,
Through AIKirt White, $4;
Mrs. M- W, liilHrd, July 15, 187.5,
Mrs. I'j, r. Ifarrili, Ju;y 15, 185,
Til rough Mac WetiUierabee-, $1:
Mif9s Ijydia Weithorahee, June i, 1376,
Mnc Weathsi’sbtx;, Kov. i, 1875,
Thiu;i,g!i Fliiter Wm. Woodard, :
Mre Marg-iret (iroom, tJ.irch 1, 1873,
Jainc-s ilcrriiig, l>ec. 15, 3o74,
Through J. B. FaL-fiioth, $I:
Mrs, Ilannah Ilasbcrry,_Jam. 1, I87>>,
Mr.-s. Rir.ih G).T, Jan,; 1^5, 1874,
J. B. Falrcloth, Moy 15, 1875,
der.ee, near Hamilton, in Martin County, on
the morning of .April 7'.h : Mrs. AL
SiZKRitoo, wife of H. S. ,8herrod, and daugh
ter of Turner Bass ; in the thirty-ninth year
of her ago. She wa.s horn in Tlalirax County
wi.ere she hlo.ssotued into beautiful wornan-
hoofl; for none knew her but to- admire the
l)e»iitifu! face that nature’s God Iiad .soon fit
to bestow upon her. She was married to Mr.
Sherrod in the year 1858, which wedlock
made them the liappy jiareiite of nine be.auti-
ful cliildren. four daughters and five sons i
all of whom .she Kft to a bereft yet hapjiy
father; for in her doalli her laiin ceased
to be, .and the grave was robbed of its victim,
for boj>e lifted her above the tomb. She pro
fessed a hope and joined the Primitive Bap- j
ti.st Church at C'onoho churcli on Saturday
2 f>0 I IjfA'orf! the third Sunday in .June, 1871. On
^ I the same day her husband jolneil. Tier death
j has cfirricd ptilu to the heart of her kind and
j genorou-s nelghhor.s, who in laysgotie-by were
Want h) meet with, and enjoy ihe society of
her vvtio wa.s ever ready to giv,; words of
symp.attiy to ca.^e the hearts, and alms to .sus
tain the body to all that were needy. All
t;;af knew lier or visited her house admired
her for her alTahiiitv, kiiulneas anil energy,—
Ilerhoaltli which had been failing for sever-
sJ years, rapidly gave way during the last
months of he,v life. Her frieorl^ wer; even
then hiioyod with the liope tlvit she might be
spar,_,f to them and to her little children hut
a wiiile longer; but the. Omnipotent One
■‘willed it not thus.” Her phy.sieian and
friends strove conjointly to realize rhat hone)
hut “all, all in vain.” A greater PhvKieian
than '.‘nev, one who had liealei her with his
own pj'ecioiis blood, of a greater malady, .sent
his no.scnger, Death, who caai; an 1 laid his
“icy hands” upon that loved one, and sl.c
quietly breathed Iter last, surrounded by a
tender loving mother, devoted friends, and a
weeping family. Her .sufferings for the last
months of her life were severe, during which
time she was conlinod to her bed. 5Vh.at she
suffered no word? can exprc-ss, no mind eou-
Lines Affectionately Inscribed to
Mrs. Mary L. Bryan, on the
Death of her Daugh er,
She ha,s fallen asleep in the morning of life :
A dower transplanted to bloom—
In (he soil, where the thorn and thistle grow
Aeyond the dark shades of the tomb.
So sweet are her slumbers, unbroken by
That leave but regrets to ns here ;
’Tis all brightlv real—the jov that .she reaps,
In that gloriou.s, bcautifieti sphere.
Called away ere the bligi.t and the mildew of ^l^pend-
Had tarnished her spirit .so gav ;
No “evil to come” can reach her voung ht?art
In the home she has gained far away.
The liome too to which she so willingly went,
Tmpatientlv watching the hour —
That slionM free her from earth and its per
So voung, vet so strong in Chri.st’a power
Sorrow pot, that vopr darling has fallen asleep
M’ake her not, if yon could, for her rest
iS sweeter and purer than mortals can know
Far away in the homo of the blest.
Tuesday 28th, Wardsvilh.'.
Wedne.sday 20th, Yopp’s Meeting Hou.se-
Thursday 30th, Stump Sound.
Friday 31st, Bay Meeting House.
Saturdap and Sunday, 1st and 2nd of .Au
gust, South-Wes’, (Yearly Meeting'..
Monday 3id, .Maple Hill, New IIar.oT»?..T
Tuesday 4th,Cvjiress Creek,Duplin C'-omily-
Wedneaday 5th, JInddy Creek-
For the remaimler of tlie wnelr, in
cltiding soctond Sunday in August,
bretliren will please arr.auge for
preaehiinr, ending close to the Itad-
ent for conveyance.
The Stanton Uiver Association is appoint
ed to meet on Fiiday before tlie sacona fenn-
d'ly in August, 1874, at Wisitethorn Meeting
Hou le, four miles North-East of Pittsylvania
Goi.ii't H.ouse, Virginia. Trains from I),m-
viile t o Lynclibiirg run within a mile and a
half of the Meeting lionsei 'Visitors will get
off at f?hoitou’.r Crossing. Ministering breth
ren are invited to attend.
AV. A. Thomas.
for her, for .siie w IS going to rVst ,gnd feared,
not to He. She fully reil.tzed '^ dicV'ondition
oe-ive ; yet, slie b >re i' with prticnc; and for
titude. She aske.l her family m..t to grieve
of her family, and adeed !y?i7n'iy8T:n i to take
care of the children, ano i.yfi c'did!'.,'.; to love
eacii ether, and to he good mnc to ^.,'tl,cr.—
liusband, stop that tear, ce.’.so tt’.at .achin.g
heart, teach the little ones to Hope.
She * wa.s onlv thine .for a
Brethren frem the^ Etist attending:
tiiiO Bjonntry Line
Xo>;fh (yirolina ospsAt to preach
Lord w’llinsr t
j ^season, and she “carel not to live all wav and
'Mrs. Mary Ann Ecss, Feb. 1-5, 1875,
Throtigh EMo." J- C- Denton:
Ilonrr Cl.ani'eHov, Ap-ril In, 187.5,
Washington Bicwait, July 1. lS7u, (lost)
Through w. L. Sammons :
Charley wl'lkeraon, Aug. I, 1374,
Sttuiley Lewis, Dec- 1, 2374,
John Trent, June 2, 1875,
Died, of dnopeA S'* heart, at her retsi-
a.sk«l not to stay.” Her hope and thine
shordd be the healing bilm to .soothe your
aching breast; for other bereav-ernent'; await
thee, and to them yen must attend. “From
the cradle to the grave wa are calleti on to
mourn for losses which are the inevitable fate
ofhumanitvi m i, but for the happv remedi
al influeuce.s which nature in ma,t!v w;iy,s
brings to Ixvar upon us, our ex perisnee in
this world would be too often of unmitigated
sufferings. What is the great .scheme of
Christianity itself, but a glorioa-i remedy p.ro-
vidid by the All-good and Aii-mcvcifttl, to
save a sinful world V’
Faith is tlte greatevt of those remedies
which whispers. Qua-ititm not, doubt nob God
help as all to trust and believe th »t she is
“.-Asleep in .Jesus ble^ned .sleep
From which none ever wake to weep.”
A friend ,
H- fh Bass.
On 'Mond.'iy after 2d \
Sunday in Augu.st. J
I'uesday, White Oak.
Woihiesday night, Brother Jeff. Horner’s.
Tlmesday,” Tar Kiver.
Friday, ’ Camp Creek.
Brethren froiTi the E'lst visiiting the
Country Line As.40ci:ttion, by tlie
Soufhern route, expect to preach, tlie
Lord willing ;
Monday after 2d Sun- 1
day in August, /
Elder Noah Adams has appoint
ments to preach at the followino-
Fourth Sunday in July,
A Little iJitbe Ihu (Lnie to> Re.L
D)(A, April 23th, 1874, Jesse Wai.vkr
SriEitRoD, the fiftii son of H- Ij. and Susan
M. Sherrod : age, 1 month and ’22 days.
Mom-n iiotfatiier for your lost
'Wliil; angels rzjoicc.
n. G. Bass.
THE TOISXOT ONIO.N,
This body met at tho Meadow Meeting
flouso on the fifth Sunday an 1 Siturd y b-e-
fore of last May. There w.is a full representa
tion of ehurohe-and an atlentivo oongrc,ga-
tion. Bretliren fi-oin the Skewarkey tlTiion
were present Eulers Moore and Pnrv\s, of
that Union, preached with much ability, We
hope the fniternal corresjxinde'ice will be
Our next Union,meets tlie last Sondsy in
August, at Aycock’s Mooting House, a few
miles from Black Creek Depot, Wilson t.bun
ty. N. C,
First Saturd-xy and 1
Sunday in August, i
Monday -August or I,
Tuesday, “ 4th,
Wedne.sd.ay, “ 5ii),
Tiiursday, “ 6th,
Ifridav, “ 7'Ji,
Monday, “ lOtfa,
30th, Ilannah'.s Cr’k.
31st, New H«pc,
I'lider D. A. Onats will pi'each if
I he Lord will,*
'Fhird Srinday in July, Newport meeting
riouHe, Carteret Comity, N. C.
Monday 20th, BoC’a School House.
Tudsday 21st, Hodiiot’s Creek.
W'edncsday 22nd, Belmont, Jones County.
Th ursda y—Rest.
Friday, Baturday and Sunday, 24tli, 26th
and 26th, White-Oak, (Yearly Meeting).
Monday 27th, North-East, Onslow Clennty.
CHANGE m SCIfEIHILE.
OfFTPBOF GEN’I, SUl'BRtNTEXIDJXT, '
'Wiimiiigfiin, N. (’., May i7tb, U-'.74. I
O N and after May i.8tii, instant, passougrr
trains on tho Wilmiiigtim au.4 WGdor
Railroad will run as follows ;
Leave Union Dr-not.daily Tel's a. ni
Arrive at •-iohis'tioro Ui.'Oa.R).
“ Rocky Mount T-O'i p. ir.,
“ \fc!(ion .‘I'.-aO HI
Tjcavo Weldon ••.... ’■■■.re n. ki
Arrive at Rocky Mount 1 a, »s.
Goldsboro 1.-.77 p. in.
“ Union Depot 5.,50 p. ui.
Express Train, asul
Leave Union Depot daily 8;(.0 p. ni.
Arrive at Goldsboro m
“ K cky Mount 5-!9a m.
“ Weldon. 8;00 a. m.
Leave Weddon, daily 7;^'*;). m.
Arrive at Rocky Mount -. fio'k.: p, m,
“ Goldsboro.. IL’ MiSa. IK,
“ Union Depot, m
T.'.ie mail train n.tikes closOv^conmHMV'v at
Weldon foriiS] points Nort-j)
and .'\c.vd.'. ‘'teal, routes ?
Kxpre,s,s Traln.s connec.t o'lly witli .4cip-ia
Greek route. Pmmair's Ralao-e Sleeping Gars
on this Train.
Frkkxht 3'raixs will leave Wilmiuston.
tri-weekly at 5'SO a. tn., and arrive at 1:41}
u. in •
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