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STATEMENT.
OF PITT COUNTY FOR THE
CAL YEAR ENDING
BER 4th, 1893.
The Following is List of Orders, To-
with the Numbers and Ami
as Allowed by the Board of Com-
missioners, from December
5th, to December
4th, 1893.
Paupers.
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED. AMI.
Winifred Taylor
Margaret Bryan
Alex Harris
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Smith
Harriet Williams
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
George Turner
Kenneth Henderson
J C
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J E
Henry
Sylvester Jones
Winifred Taylor
Margaret Bryan
Alex Harriss
H D Smith
Martha
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Harriet Williams
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
Easter Vines
George Turner I
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Sylvester Jones
Samuel and Amy Cherry
J W Hudson
Winifred Taylor
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moors
Susan Norris
Susan
Lucinda Smith
Harriet Williams
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards B
Benjamin Crawford X
Polly Adams
Smith
Easter Vines
George Turner
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Sylvester Jones
Samuel Amy Cherry
Tucker
J O Proctor i- Bro
Tucker
Julia Dunn
David
Winifred Taylor
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Harriet Williams
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
Easter Vines
George Turner
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy Cherry
J O Proctor Bro
Thomas
Harriss
James Long
Bettie Harrell
Martha Nelson
Winifred Taylor
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Harriet Williams
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Easter Vines
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards i
Carlos Gorham
D. J. Editor and Owner
TRUTH IN PREFERENCE TO FICTION.
Year, in Advance.
VOL. XII.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1893.
NO.
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy
Tucker
J O Proctor
Alex Harriss
Allie Corbitt
Winnie Chapman
James Long
Winifred Taylor
Martha Nelson
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
Easter Vines
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy Cherry
Tucker
J O Proctor
Alex Harriss
Alice Corbitt
Winnie Chapman
T A Thigpen
Polly
James Long
John Ham
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Winifred Taylor
Martha Nelson
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
Easter Vines
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy Cherry
Tucker
J O Proctor
Alex Harriss
Alice Corbitt
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Pattie
John Ham
James Long
Winifred Taylor
Martha Nelson
Margaret Bryan
Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob j
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy Cherry
Tucker
J O Proctor
Alex Harriss
Alice Corbitt
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Polly
David
James Long
Stocks
Winifred Taylor
Martha Nelson
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin Crawford
Polly Adams
Smith
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza Edwards
Carlos Gorham
J H
Henry
and Amy Cherry
J O Proctor
Alex Harriss
Alice Corbitt
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Polly
Patsy Stocks
Smith
Gus Barnes
James Long
Easter Vines
Winifred Taylor
Martha Nelson
Margaret Bryan
H D Smith
Lydia Bryan
Jacob
Nancy Moore
Susan Norris
Susan Briley
Lucinda Smith
Patsy
Henry Harriss
Emily Edwards
Benjamin
Polly Adams
Smith i
Kenneth Henderson
Eliza
Carlos
J H
Henry
Samuel and Amy Cherry
J O
Alex
Alice
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Polly
Patsy
Easter
Martha
William A
Martha
Margaret
H D
Lydia
Jacob
Nancy
Susan
Susan
Lucinda
Patsy
Henry
Emily
Benjamin
Polly
Kenneth
Eliza
Carlos
J H
Henry
and C r
J O
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Polly
Patsy
Easter
Martha Bryan William A
James
Winifred
Martha
Margaret
H D
Lydia
Jacob
Nancy
Susan
Susan
Lucinda
Patsy
Henry
Emily
Benjamin
Kenneth
Eliza
J II
Henry
and Amy
J O
Alice
Jordan Hettie Andrews
Polly
Patsy
Easter
Martha
William A
Alex
L A
James
Winifred
Total
Witness Tickets Superior
SO- TO WHOM
H W
W J
J E La
C D
W H
H C
John
T J
C W
J H
W S
Peyton
F M
J S
Stanly OS
Jas
J W
W F
John
A J
L B
C P
T H
H W
T J
D N
J C
Silas
B S
S T
Linnie
H W
C A
J J B
W G
David
Joseph
J T
S C Whichard B S
Dr W E
Jerry
Joseph
B E
J J May H W
James
H S
W A
Francis
James
C F Toe
W H
Julius
Christian
Hardy
L C King Am
N S
W A
Snug, Mack Doyle H P
W G
T J
John A Ricks
B S Sheppard
David
D H Moore
Ernest
W H
B S Sheppard
F G Dupree
John Nobles
J O Proctor
D S
Richard Harriss
Moore Lassiter
J S Higgs
E H Mayo
Oscar Hooker
B Sheppard
H Harding
J B Bullock
J F Crawford
J J Dancy
Eddie Forbes
W A Forbes
Noah Forbes
W B Fulford
H T King
Crawford
Caroline Dancy
Martha Ann Dancy
Smith
Louisa Nobles
Rachel Nobles
Josephine Nobles
Cherry Nobles
Nobles
Robt Tucker
Marshall Elks
W G Mizell
J H Smith
Sharp
Mary Redmond
J W Smith
U S Sheppard
8.11 E A Jr
R M
GT Whichard
H T King
B S Sheppard
John Williams
D J Holland
A B Garris
B F Crawford
Albert
L A Cobb
Jeremiah Williams
B Sheppard
T G Gardner
T A Carson
Total.
1.87
C P Gaskins
M G
T A Thigpen
Elias Tames
M O Gardner
Harrington
Clark
Cornelius
W H t
William P
W H Harrington
Reuben Clark
J J Elks
J B Cherry Co
Abram Venable
William House
C P Gaskins
Cornelius
Henry Taft
Oscar Hooker
W B Bland
Brooks
A F Cameron
Abram Venable
C P Gaskins
Brooks
Moses Spivey
W F Harrington
W J Bundy
Cornelius
J B
Louis A Arnold
W F Harrington
Lorenzo
J B Cherry
Allen Forbes
Abram Venable
William P
Henry Brown
Cornelius
Henry Taft
G T Tyson
J n
J H
W F Harrington
R L Humber
C P Gaskins
Attorney Board Commissioners.
NO. TO WHOM
Jarvis Blow
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
R W Smith
G Bullock
J H King
J A Harrington
J H
Lewis Ives
G A
G W Edmundson
J T Smith
W H Wilkinson
W F
F P Johnson
R W Forrest
E A
J B Bullock
W H Wilkinson
R W Smith
Me G Ford
J A Harrington
W S Manning
J A Harrington
W S Manning
W S Manning
Total,
Supt of Health.
NO. TO WHOM
W Bagwell
B T Cox
Total.
AM T.
AM T.
Total,
Court Cost in Superior Court.
SO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
J A K Tucker
R W King
E A
R W King
E A
R W King
J A K Tucker
T Knight
R W King
R W King
J A Harrington
E A Mot
R W King
R W King
Frank Skinner
J A K Tucker
R W King
Charles Skinner
Judgment vs County
J A K Tucker
E A
W T Knight
E A
R W King
E A
E A
E A
Total
Roads.
SO. TO WHOM
D C Smith
R W King
6.12 W S Manning
G W Edmundson
J B Bullock
H N Gray
A M Joyner
D C Smith
R W King
Total,
Commissioners.
NO. TO WHOM
S A Gainer
Smith
T E Keel
C Dawson
C Dawson
T E Keel
S A Gainer
1-0 Jesse L Smith
j C Dawson
S A Gainer
j T E Keel
-07 Jesse L Smith
Leonidas Fleming
Leonidas Fleming
S A Gainer
Jesse L Smith
C Dawson
T E Keel
Leonidas Fleming
C Dawson
T E Keel
Jesse L Smith
S A Gainer
S A Gainer
T E Keel
L Smith
Leonidas Fleming
C Dawson
Leonidas Fleming
T E Keel
Jesse L Smith
C Dawson
S A Gainer
T E Keel
Jesse L Smith
j C Dawson
S A Gainer
S A Gainer
C Dawson
T E Keel
Leonidas Fleming
Jesse L Smith
Leonidas Fleming
S A Gainer.
Jesse L Smith
C Dawson
T E Keel
T E Keel
S A Gainer
C Dawson
T E Keel
Jesse L Smith
Leonidas Fleming
S A Gainer
C Dawson
AMT.
AMT.
Bridges.
TO WHOM
E B i
Bryant Tripp
J Flanagan Buggy Co
Henry Brown
W T Godwin
and Joyner
James Brown
Kennedy
Hay wood Lang
Cornelius
Elias James
Henry Brown
M G
B S Sheppard
C P Gaskins
W M
Cornelius
Clark
J B Cherry A Co
Cornelius
Abram Venerable
James
ST X G
C P Gaskins
FM Smith
C V Newton
W M
Cornelius
R J Wilson
MG
C P Gaskins
Cornelius
Ned Spell
Reuben Clark
Sherman Foreman
H P Thigpen
W R Tamer
Robert Johnson
Abram Venable
Cornelius
Total,
T Listers
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
T A Thigpen
W H Williams
W Li Smith
M Z Moore
W A Barret
I J Anderson
J B Little
W H
S S
A Blow
I D C Moore
V Total,
8.1
SO
SO
X SO
SO
Solicitor.
NO TO WHOM ISSUED.
Woodard
Total,
Jury Tickets.
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
John Flanagan
Total,
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
J D Cox
J F Miller
J May and D Cox I
D C Moore and B S Sheppard
Dr Sam
B S Sheppard .
O W
Dr F C James
D C Moore and S Keel
Joel A Ward
J D Cox and J It Forbes
C Gaskins and I, II Spier
Dr H Johnson
Nelson
Moore
Joseph
Joel Ward
R W King
A Harrington
B T Cox
D C Moore and J N
X R Cory
J F Miller
L Joyner and A J so
A M Joyner
R W King
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May
Total,
Conveying Prisoners to Jail.
Register Deeds.
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
D H James
Henry Harding
Total
no. to whom
w F
G Bullock
F P Johnson
J A K Tucker
F P Johnson
O W Edmundson
J II Manning
I S Manning
R S
R W Smith
Lewis Ives
W F
W S Briley
A M
M O
M J H Manning
C Smith
410.1 J Elk-
w S Manning
R w King
G M Smith
T Griffin
W S
A M Joyner
R W King
R W King
J J Elks
R A
Ml Mr Bullock
A Harrington
AMT.
-20
NO.
TO WHOM ISSUED.
Dr W E Warren
J A K Tucker
R W King
Dr W E Warren
B W Kins
Dr W E Warren
R W Kin
Dr F W Brown
R W King
W E Warren
R W King
Dr F W Brown
R W King
Dr W E Warren
R W King
Dr F W Brown
R W King
W E Warren
R W King
E Pender
AM T.
I M
S M
9.5
June
Sept.
Oct.
E A
tax
Tucker
Cox hire
Smith
t.
Silas hire
Randal
1200
l i- N
July
R W King
hire
Randal
Herbert
hire Grant Brown
jury tax
Stiff
R W King
Nov.
l.
K,
W M Smith, hire
Silas
E A jury tax
R W King,
E A Move jury tax
R W King,
taxes for 1893
R W King.
tax-s for 1893
I A K Tucker 1245
R W King.
taxes for 1893
R W King.
for 1893
R W King.
taxes
Total,
Ferries
m. TO WHOM ISSUED.
Andrew
Andrew
MM Andrew Robinson
4-4
K Cotton
w c Dudley
Andrew
Andrew
R R Cotton
Robinson
Andrew Robinson
Andrew Robinson
I if An raw
Total,
Miscellaneous.
TO WHOM
J A K Tucker
I J
Augustus Blount
B Cherry
Edwards
F G James
Town Police
SO
It Ml
E A
Edwards A
Edward- t
Edwards Broughton
R V King
II I
Broughton
Western Telegraph Co
I Whichard
Edwards
A Broughton
J Whichard
8-4 R W
D J
i Basket
R W King
W J
L J
Total
Coroner.
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED,
F Keel
Dr W E Warren
J A Harrington
Total.
Elections
HO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
W L Brown
E A Johnson
A L Harrington
T A
Anderson
J H Smith
J R Davis
S Keel
John Flanagan
J B Little
E A More
J A K Tucker
A L Blow
J J
Justices of the Peace.
NO. TO WHOM ISSUED.
J W Smith
M Z Moore
C P Gaskins
S R Cory
J S Keel
J R Forbes
D C Moore
R Williams Jr
Holliday
A J Move
S S Rasberry
B S Sheppard
A J
M Z Moore
D B
D Moore
W B Moore
A F Pittman
A L Harrington
J W Smith
h K Mayo
J W Smith
S Sheppard
E O
AMT-
CO
Total,
Summary.
Witnesses s C
Court Cost S C
Road
Bridges
Tax MM
Electrons
lid Commissioners
Constables
Supt Health
Solicits
Jury Tickets
Register of Deeds
Jail
Justices of the Peace
Home Aged
Insane
Conveying lo Ml
Ferries
June is. By amt transferred to
per or-
commissioners
By amt disbursed as
per vouchers
By i of percent, com
missions on
receipts
By h per cent, com-
disbursements
ISM
North Carolina,
Pitt county. J
I. Henry Harding, Clerk of
the of Commissioners for Pitt
county, do hereby certify that the fore,
is a true statement as doth
pear record in my
. v . Given under my hand and
j SKA I. of Board of
missioners at my office In
Greenville December 4th,
H.
Clerk Board of Commissioners
of
Financial Statement of Swift Creek and
Stock Law Territory.
N The following is a list of orders together
with the and lo whom issued
as allowed by the Board of
from December 5th, to
December 4th,
Dec. E K Powell U
Jan. D J Whichard a
Feb. K 1850
B Tucker
C Dawson
Mar. . White
A H ton
o Jesse Stocks
Henry Jones
Joe
C Dawson
W J
V M Kilpatrick
C P Moore
W E
J C C Jenkins
S. J Johnson
Theo Bland Jr
Henry Jones
C Dawson
May Jerry
John A Smith
Joe
Dawson
June . W F I
John White
L B Cox-
Joseph Quinnerly
Joseph
B y
c Dawson
Oct. Shade Allen
II Harding
James Dawson
11-2
CM
Kill
MM
s M
Total
AMT.
Home for the Aged and Infirm.
NO. TO WHOM
W B
W T Smith
W B
James Loot;
W T Smith
Warren Son
Sarah
W T Smith
Dr B T Cox
John Flanagan, Treasurer of Tilt conn-
In account with said county for
Total
Dec. To amt due county this
day
J A K
B Williams, Jr
hire Will
E A jury tax
MM.
Jan. J A K Tucker
J K Russell hire
James
JR.
I. B Burney hire
Willis Maunders
Mar.
Alt
Susan
E A
N i.
SI
II
I. B Burney hire
Willie M
R W King,
Tucker,
Financial Statement of
Law Territory.
The following is a list of orders
with the and to whom is-
sued as allowed by the Board of Com-
missioners from the 6th of De-
to the 4th day of De-
I F Pat
Jan. D Whichard
A C Nobles
Feb. C II Johnson
Mar. C Johnson
Tucker
Move
J C
May J C Tyson
C H Johnson
W a Stocks
J R
Aug. J O Move
Oct. II Harding
Total allowed by Board
I, II. Harding, clerk of the
Board of Commissioners for Pitt county,
do hereby certify that the foregoing is
a true statement as doth appear of
cord In my office.
i.- . Given my hand and
SEAL seal said Board of Com.
. at my office in
Greenville December 4th, 1863.
H.
Board of Commissioners
of Pitt county.
Southport Leader i
is prevalent in this county.
One farmer lost
head of fine hops one day last
week by this and many
others have fared almost as badly.
Mr. John Moore, a butcher of
was found dead in his
slaughter pen about daylight
Tuesday morning. Ho had killed
and up a beef and fell dead
while cutting it open. Heart
is pronounced the cause
of





THE REFLECTOR
Greenville, N. G.
I Editor and Proprietor.
WEDNESDAY,
mil at th- at
N. as mail Matter.
CEASE CRITICIZING THE AD-
MINISTRATION.
It occurs to us that there
been some very foolish talk
reference to the present
during the past six or
eight months. This was expected
from had formerly been
associated with the Democratic
party bust who left it before the
last election- These were not
expected to be pleased. Some
disappointed office seekers could
reasonably be added to this
but it is not specially to these
that we refer in this article-
Prominent Democrats and a
large part of the Democratic press
have not been much slower to
condemn and criticize almost
every act of the administration
than the ones re-
to above. We are not of
those who believe that a party
should sit silent and swallow
everything that its leaders may
dictate whether wise or unwise,
and even give the approving
Neither do we believe that every
and every paper should
himself or itself the
duty of deciding what is wise or
unwise, what should be done
what should not be done, how
everything shall done, and
how it should not be done, and
express with a presumption that
is appalling its approval or dis-
approval of this measure or that.
And yet just such a spectacle we
have witnessed almost daily since
last March- If one wanted to know
how many Solomons there are
in the United States he would
only have to note these criticisms
and mark the men
they be citizens or journalists.
They harp about the platform
and its demands, the failure of
the administration to them;
they cry false to the trusts com-
to them, Democratic
party ruined and justly so, and a
thousand other equally foolish
expressions. All this because
everything has not been done in
a day and just as they wanted it
to be done. It seems to us that
Democrats ought to have more
sense than to guilty cf such
conduct- They ought to reflect
that if Democratic party is
injured that they above all others
are responsible for this injury.
and they ought to hide their
heads in shame or get out of
party.
Lets take a brief review of what
the party in convention Chi-
demanded and what has
been done towards its accomplish
and if there is one
single step of ground for
Let us keep min X, too.
that the administration has only-
had control a little over nine
months, and that Congress ac-
cording to the usual role of meet.
is only a little over two weeks
old.
The principal demands of the
platform are as follows The re-
peal of the Sherman law, the
of the ten per cent tax on
State banks, a graduated income
tax, the repeal of the Federal
election law, the reduction of the
tariff, and the coinage of both
silver and gold without the dis-
of either. These are
about all of the demands
which there is much interest.
Now in the usual course of
we cannot say that there has
been but a little two
of time to do these things, as they
are all matters of legislative en-
If President Cleveland
called an extra session of Con-
and they accomplished any
of these things or hastened the
time when they will be realities
and not demands, then it was
an act of wisdom if the demands
are wise, and the President can
only be and to com-
mended for this.
Now what are the facts in the
case- Lets state them and see
whether or not every Democrat
and Democratic journal ought not
to clap their hands and say well
done, faithful servants, go ahead,
we are with yon.
Sherman law has been
repealed. It is a dead letter.
This gives us one demand as ac-
no
repeal was demanded.
It was its repeal, and it has been
repealed. A bill has been report-
ed and has the support of the ad-
ministration to repeal the ten per
cent tax on State banks, and one
that ought to satisfactory to
every one- The income tax is a
fixed fact with administrative fa
A bill has already passed the
House for the repeal of the led
election law and has been re- j
ported favorably by
The tariff bill i MOW
ready to report and one which
so favorable to the South the
i Republicans denominate it a
i Southern bill. And last, but not
least, even when Democrats are
howling that silver has been
done away with a moneyed
metal, Mr. introduced a
bill to coin 2.000,000 of silver
per month, making
per year, as long as the seignior-
age of silver shall hold out, which
will be years, and then
to purchase silver at the mar-
value and continue the coin
and that too, at the present
ratio; and also to retire all gold
of smaller denomination
than ten dollars. Yet some of
these little Solomons are ready
to say But how about Cleve-
land, he will veto this ; this is all
we here they let
about all the they
have of Government. Is it not a
wonder when all this information
into the world that they give,
that the whole old earth don't
blossom into an Eden instantly I
The has just this to
say reference to the bill being
an administration measure. The
same man who led the fight in
unconditional repeal introduces
it. He was the administration's
leader there- There has been
nothing to cause a change- He
is the chairman of the Finance
Committee in the Senate.
It is in with the
he expressed time and again
the and arduous
for unconditional repeal.
He has been and is in daily con
tact with administration and is
presumed as its leader to
its sentiment
Now with this review of what was
to be done and what has boon ac-
how stands tho case
Was ever a better showing
made by any party under tho
sun Not a year elapsed, and as
far as could have boon
at the last election just a little
over two weeks of legislation, and
yet every- one of the measures,
with possibly the of one,
reported upon, some passed, all
of them headway to
be accomplished in a short time.
We do say it is time for Demo-
to call a halt in their
make a reckoning, and
if everything has not been
done that could have been done
in this apace of time. We for one
have confidence in President
and tho Democratic
party as led by him. We shall
be slow to denounce their acts.
Mr. Cleveland is wise and strictly
honest, and nothing but lasting
good can result from his
We think even the
and the Far-
mer and tho populists generally,
if they could only them-
selves long enough to make an
impartial investigation would and
ought to say work, go
Then does it not
every Democrat to cease com
plaining and stand by, with
aid, the administration as
long as it is does as it has done
so far, stand square upon the
needs and demands of the people
as expressed at the ballot box in
1892.
THE GOVERNOR IS WRONG.
The correspondent of
the Charlotte says that
in tho future no news as to par
dons of convicts, etc., will be
given out at tho executive de-
Governor Carr says
the law requires that this
shall be given the
with the cause of
etc. Ho says he sees
no reason why, when a convict is
pardoned, notice should be given
all over tho State that he is a
criminal ; but that punishment
should cease when the pardon is
issued and tho man given a
to something of
The Observer makes the follow-
very sensible comment on this
decision of the
Governor Carr's new regulation,
not to give out news about par-
dons extended to penitentiary
convicts, is rather extraordinary,
and his reason for the regulation
-stranger still- To give notice, he
says, of a pardon, is to advertise
the man pardoned as a criminal.
The answer to this is that all of
acquaintances knew this
already, and if he returned home
they will know of his pardon- If
he does not, it will help him some
what neighborhood opinion to
know that reason had been
the extension of executive
clemency. But above and beyond
all this is the fact that the official
acts of public servants constitute
news to which tho public is en-
titled and tho withholding of it
except for public reasons is not
good public policy. We suspect
tho true reason for the new
order of things is to be found in
the fact that the Governor has
been criticized tor the too free
exercise- of the pardoning power
and has sensitive, and
that ho poses to stop criticism
by withholding the information
upon which it is based If this is
I fact, his course is unworthy of
him as a man of moral courage.
When he is given good reasons
why a convict should be pardon-
ed, he should pardon him and
give the news to the press if it
wants it. Bight, like truth,
should no foe and shun no
It was not so that Elias
is to resign as Collector of the
Western District Early last
week President Cleveland again
sent his name to the Senate and
that body is now expected to
confirm the appointment-
The Charlotte Observer was the
only morning daily that
reached here by the noon mail
Monday, the Wilmington,
and Richmond papers for Sunday
not getting in Monday night
The Observer for Saturday did not
come in Tuesday morning,
however. Nice mails.
That sprightly sheet, the Daily
Review, of Wilmington, entered
upon its eighteenth year last
Wednesday and Editor James
took his force down to Wrights
ville and they all enjoyed an old
fashioned oyster roast- The Re-
view is a credit to Wilmington
and they should feel proud of it.
It is a good local paper and we
wish it much success.
The Henderson Gold Leaf is
twelve years old. It begins the
new volume by making no new
promises. W ell, it don't need to
make any, for the Leaf is
one of those papers that labors
earnestly at all times for its town
and for North Carolina, and its
past speaks for what it will do in
future. The wishes
the new year may bring editor
Manning the success he deserves.
Among the largest failures ever
occurring in the State was that of
Mr- B- L. Duke, of Durham, last
Wednesday. His liabilities are
placed at with preferred
credits of while assets
are claimed approximating
Mr. Duke was a heavy spec-
and is said to have recently
lost half a million dollars in cot-
ton futures. Two other assign-
have followed as a result
of this one-
Theodore B- Lyman,
Bishop of the Episcopal diocese,
died very suddenly at his home
in last Wednesday morn-
of December, in hie 78th
year. He was born in Boston,
Mass- On lost Sunday week there
were held at
services in celebration of the
twentieth anniversary of his con-
as Assistant Bishop of
the North Carolina Diocese of the
Episcopal church- Mr.
Cheshire, of Charlotte, who a few
weeks ago was elected Assistant
Bishop, will succeed him. A
good man has gone to reap his
everlasting reward. He was
buried in
WASHINGTON LETTER.
our Regular
Washington. D. C, Dec.
President Cleveland, having
exhausted the constitutional
at his command to right
what he considered a great
in Hawaii in the name
of by the power of the United
States, will now, after having fur-
all information in his
possession, leave it to Congress
to say what, if anything further,
shall be done- He makes no
for what he has done, know-
he has not violated the
authority vested in him by the
Constitution and believing now as
he did at the time of Minister
departure from the United
States that what he did was an
act of justice from a strong to a
week nation.
Senator Vest unmercifully scored
ex-Minister Stevens and the New
Englanders who instigated the
Hawaiian revolution, in n short
speech, replying to one made by
Senator Frye eulogizing the
Christian qualities of Mr. Stevens.
He made a palpable hit and
ed a hearty laugh when he
ed that the New England
of Hawaii had Chris-
the natives out of their
country, taking possession cf it
under the name of God, and then
dividing the lands among them-
selves under a law made by them-
selves; and he stated a great
truth, manifest to all men, when
he said that it was the policy of
the republicans to have, instead
of the compact continental re-
public established by the fathers,
a great, expansive territory-ac
quiring government extending
to the islands of the ocean, and to
the uttermost parts of the earth.
Mr. Vest believes that the true
policy of the United States in
Hawaii and all other foreign
countries is off.
Senators have been
giving Senator Hill as much
trouble as they possibly could in
getting the bill for the repeal of
the Federal election laws before
the Senate, they are finding
that Senate Hill is no slouch of
a fighter himself.
can assure the
said Mr. Hill, of New York, to
Mr. of that the
democratic party does intend to
carry out the tariff promises of its
national platform faithfully, hon-
and Nothing
bombastic about those plain
words modestly spoken in reply
to Senator sneers and
half-spoken taunts about the
party being afraid of its platform
declarations on the tariff, but they
have destroyed some very
constructed stories intended
to cheer the protectionists, in
which Senator Hill invariably
as the leader of the demo-
wing of the protection army.
The tact that there is no such
wing has not worried the
of these romances; they
would not a fact if
they met it in the road, and they
would not thank anybody to in-
them to one-
Congressman Morse, of
possesses, in a
degree, that faculty which
once a time, according to
the tale, caused the monkey to
attempt to investigate a buzz saw
in motion- He again assumed
the role of monkey this week, to
the buzz saw of Delegate
of Utah. After being
fully held up to the ridicule of
the by Morse
had to acknowledge that his op-
position to the bill for the
of Utah as a States, which
was passed by the House, was
based entirely upon a book writ-
ten by Brigham Young's fifteenth
wife. What would be thought
of a lawyer who would make
Tom's the corner-
stone of a case to be tried in the
courts of the present time Just
about same that is thought of
Morse now.
Chairman Wilson proved his
earnestness in pushing the tariff
bill by making very unusual
proposition to his colleagues
that the Christmas recess be not
taken this year, in order that the
time which has been unavoidably
lost in getting the before the
House might be made While
the proposition has been received
with considerable favor the
of keeping a quorum here
the certainty that the
would allow nothing to be
done without one makes it
probable that it will be carried
out- It is no fault of the Demo-
members of the Ways and
Means committee that the bill is
is not now before the House;
they have worked night and day
to overcome the obstacles
have confronted them- In
to the written request of a
considerable number of Demo-
Representative
chairman of the caucus, will call
a caucus to consider the bill be-
fore the debate begins in the
House-
NEW LAW ON ASSIGNMENTS.
After January the party who
wants to make an assignment in
North Carolina will find more
stringent requirements than is
now the case- A new law govern-
assignments goes into effect
on that date. It was passed by
the last legislature and is known
as act to prevent
Upon the
of a voluntary deed of trust,
all debts of the maker thereof be-
come due and are payable at once-
The assignor will be required to
file a verified schedule of prefer-
red debts in the office of the
tee must file a verified inventory
in the office of the clerk within
ten days.
The clerk of the superior court
is given jurisdiction to remove an
insolvent trustee, under certain
provisions.
The assignee cannot sell any of
property within ten days from
the registration thereof, unless
the property or some part thereof
lie perishable.
Every three months the
tee must file with tho clerk a
account of receipts and dis-
and must file a final
account within twelve months.
Creditors must file a verified
statement of their claims with the
clerk.
The creditor who knowingly
swears falsely will be guilty of a
misdemeanor and the trustee fail-
to file an inventory will also
be guilty of a misdemeanor.
The clerks of courts are to receive
the same fees for their services
that are allowed by law upon in
accounts and proceed-
of and
tors.
Mills Item.
Mills, H. C, Dec. 1893.
Cotton selling for Cf cents.
Miss Lula Kilpatrick spent part
of past week in ville visiting
her sister, Mrs. J. W.
Dr. Warper filled his
appointment at Salem last
Sunday.
Dr. W. L. Best reports thirteen
cases of chills and fever in
Hog cholera is getting to be an
epidemic in this community.
Those who attended the
party at Timothy last Friday
claim it to be the grandest
thing of the season, and as
of such was spent
for one cake. The whole amount
realized was
Cotton and Peanuts.
Below are Norfolk of cotton
and peanuts for yesterday, as furnished
by Cobb Bros. Co., Commission Mer-
of
Good Middling
Middling
Low Middling
Good Ordinary
Prim
Extra
Spas
S-16
1-16
bus
Roanoke Union
The next session of the
the Tar River Baptist
will be held in Tarboro, N.
commencing Thursday night,
28th, 1893.
Thursday, P. M-Opening
G. W. Barman.
Friday, A. and Praise.
Friday, M A. M.-The place of
Denominational Colleges in the
work of the E.
Friday. P. of
to the J. H. Lam-
birth.
Friday, P. M-The New
Church, its Character and Mission
Rev. R. T.
Saturday, A. M Praise
Saturday. M-Spiritual Re-
n hat It is and What it Is Not
Revs. D. and J. W. Powell.
Saturday, P. Baptist Or-
II.
Twelve Orphans.
Sunday, A. M- Dedicatory
J. A. D. D.
Sunday, P. J.
a.
Notice.
By of a decree of the Superior
Court made in the civil action wherein
K. J. W. Is plaintiff
Mrs. Julia Barrett sad others are
defendants, I will sell at the Court
House ill Greenville, N. C,
day the 17th day of January, ISM, the
following described One
tract of land situated in
township, Pitt county, adjoining
lands of Wm. Barrett, J. W. Bynum
and It being the land whereon
I. J. Barrett lived at time of hit
death, acres more or less.
The dwelling together with acres
of land thereto, is covered
by the widow Julia Barrett's dower.
Turns cash. JNO. F.
Commissioner.
Land Sale.
By virtue of a decree of Pitt
Court, at December term 1893 In the case
of Latham Skinner vs. B. Yellow-
trustee,
and W. U. undersigned
Commissioner will sell for before
the Court House door in Greenville on
Monday 1st day of January 1894 the
following described lots situated in the
town of Greenville and known in
plot of said town as lots and
better known as Hotel Macon prop-
This will be sold in
three lots, designated in the decree as
Harrington lot, the Hotel lot and
corner lot, all three fronting on
street, for better description
reference Is made to the decree.
This December 18th 1893.
F. G. JAMES,
Commissioner.
IRON BITTERS
cures Dyspepsia, In-
digestion Debility.
Mr.
gun. Delaware.
Family Medicines
Mood's and Hood's
Pills.
regard and Hood's
Pills, the Terr be it medicines, and w
an never without them. I bar always beta
A Delicate Woman
and began taking Hood's Ore
year for that tired feeling. It built m up
so quickly and to well that I feel like a different
woman and have always had great faith In It I
it It to my whenever seems any
with their blood, and It does them
y little boy likes It no well he cries for It I
cannot words to tell how highly I pits It
We use Hood's nils In the family and
Act Like a Charm
I take pleasure In recommending
to all my for I If
Hood's k Cures
would only keep Hood's and
at hand at we do, much sickliest and
he Mas. L. Towns
Rising Sun, Delaware.
Hood's Pills act easily, i
on th. Urn how As. SB.
Don't forget that
FRANK HUH
CARRIES THE FINEST LINE OF
CLOTHING
In Town All the latest styles.
A Large stock to select from.
DRY GOODS
---NOTIONS
Must go also with the above
All he asked is to come and see his stock and
he will please you.
CLOSING at COST
OUR ENTIRE STOCK MUST BE DISPOSED OF
JANUARY 1st,
and in order to do so will close it out at
Cost for Cash.
Tho opportunity of a life time. Everything must go.
CHERRY Oil
To all who want goods that are all we invite
them to come to see we will make the prices
all and satisfactory. We have often
been that we were a little high in
price on some lines of Goods but
our friends would always add
that the of your
goods is better than
the lower priced
goods costing
more and
demand
b e
priced than the
interior good. This
is what we claim That we
will meet competition on the
different lines of Goods carried by
us, quality considered. Come to
see we have in stock a general as-
and can supply your every want
FURNITURE
When we say that we have the largest and best line
of FURNITURE ever kept in our town. We
make no mistake as a visit to our will
prove. Numbers of our customers ex-
press surprise at our haying such a
large and well-selected stock
on hand. Call on us for
anything you may want
in the Furniture
line. We have
just re-
lovely line
of CHAIRS,
and
ROCKERS in Silk Plush,
Ac. These Chairs
make nice Christmas
and we would remind our friends
not to overlook them when making
chases for Christmas they will please you.
GUNS
Call on us for and Gun
Implements. We some
nice ones on hand and will
make prices right.
Wishing all our friends and tho public a joyous and
happy Christmas,
We remain, your friends,
J. B. CHERRY CO.
ESTABLISHED 1883.
AND RETAIL
N. C.
Boxes C. R. Side Meat.
Tubs Boston Lard.
barrels Flour, all grades
barrels Granulated Sugar,
barrels C. Sugar,
boxes Tobacco,
barrels Railroad Mills Sun
barrels Three
barrels Gall Ax
barrels P. Snuff,
Sardines.
Full stock of all other
60.000 Luke Cigarette,
box s Cakes and Crackers,
barrel ck Candy.
kegs Powder.
tons Shot,
c Bread Powders.
case Star Lye,
barrels Apple Vinegar,
ease Dust Washing Powder
rolls lb Bagging.
bundles
good carried in my line.
STOVE
On the 1st of January a in will take place
and we are compelled to close the entire stock out at cost- Come
in look over our stock and see how cheap are.
GREENE,
GREENVILLE, N. C.
Land Sale.
Sale of Valuable Per-
By virtue of a decree rendered in a
certain cause in the Superior
Court of county, wherein
W Co., are plaintiffs and
Latham Skinner are defendant,
the undersigned, Commissioner duly
authorized by said decree, will sell st
the Court House door in Greenville.
C for on Monday, Jany 22nd,
1894, the following described real estate
in the county of Pitt, a certain
tract of land lying in Falkland town-
shin, adjoining the lands of Margaret
R. M.
Newton and others, containing by
acres, generally known as
the Adam land; a certain lot or
parcel of Ian I lying In the town of
Greenville, designated as lot No. In
of said town and well known as
the old Thorns Nelson lot; a certain
other lot In the town of Greenville, a
part of lot No. In the plan of said
town, and being the same lot which was
conveyed to Skinner by W.
Marsh and wife by deed recorded
Book H. pages and of the
public registry or Pitt county.
Commissioner.
LADIES
a tonic, or children who want
Ins tip, should take
HUM
Property.
On Dec. 20th, 1898, at the
home of the late Samuel
will expose to public sale, to the highest
bidder for cash the following described
property, to live
seven mules, about bushel of cotton
seed, fourteen head of cattle, fire carts,
two wagons, two buggies and one
phaeton, about barrels of corn,
about pounds of fodder, two corn
shelters, two grain fans, about nineteen
hogs, about thirty-live biles of cotton
raised the present year, upon the Sam-
farm, and also a lot of
plows, hoe, gear and farming
This sale is made by the and
authority given In two separate
gages, the first executed by
A. to Jemima Jan-
13th and duly recorded In
the Register's office of Pitt county in
Book MS., the second
given a additional security, executed
by A. sad Samuel
to Jemima
19th, 1893. and recorded in Book
MS- page The sale on the
day above mentioned is by agreement
consent of both the mortgagor and
Sale will commence at
o'clock A. M.
JEMIMA
This Nov. 26th, Mortgage.
YOU CAN BUT ONE AT FENDER'S, GOOD COOK STOVES
are now so cheap that yon can not afford to buy an inferior
-one. Go to and buy the best
J THE
LIBERTY,
I THE
ALLIANCE
at
to
Tinware, Paints, Oils, Glass, Lamp Goods
Stoves repaired, Tin Roofing and all kinds of Sheet Metal work
done-
S. E- PENDER CO.,
KT O
R. J V C. Joshua N
COBB BROS. CO.
-AND-----
Commission Merchants,
FAYETTE NORFOLK, VA.
and Solicited.
J. L. SUGG.
LIFE AND FIRE AGENT,
GREENVILLE, N. C
OFFICE JAMES OLD STAND
All kinds Risks placed in strictly
FIRST-CLASS COMPANIES
At lowest current rates
AGENT FOB A FIRST-CLASS FIRE PROOF





teat Reduction
-IN-
PRICES.
In order to reduce our
Mammoth Stock
We will Bell for
NEXT
at far below regular prices.
HAVE
MANY
MUST THEY
AT
Clothing Clothing I Clothing
Our must be sold with-
out regard to cost-
potions
and
the same way, to these we add
SHOES
Cheap to make any reduction.
BARGAIN Mr
ANY DAY YOU COME-
HIGGS BROS.,
Leaders of Low Prices.
Greenville, N. C
BRIGHT SP A
Local Reflections.
Fickle weather, this.
Fine oysters here this week.
Cold waves are weekly visitors.
The street are lively this week.
Considerable freshet In the river.
Everything it wearing a holiday air.
1804 almanacs and calendars are not
doll in
Isn't that a
window
Morganton had a fire day
last week.
The next few days are the shortest of
the year.
The papers are reporting grip almost
everywhere.
Next week's will be a
regular pink.
The N. C. Conference meets next
year at Durham.
Christmas so near you can almost hear
the bells a ringing.
Be careful that you don't bang up a
stocking with a hole in it.
Christmas morning a full
be more than a full hand.
The belled buzzard is on the road
again, so some of our exchanges say.
It was wet clear up to the neck
day and made trade awfully
Sachet Bisques, Perfume Baskets and
Toilet Bottles at Wooten's Drug Store.
Santa Clans is marking the good
now. He will be around Sunday
night.
Full assortment of Perfumes and nice
Toilet Sett at Wooten's Drug Store.
The turkey, no doubt, think- his
of doing fashionable duty come thick
and often.
Flagons, Sachet
Smokers Sets, at Wooten's Drug
Store.
The Martin county Sun has made its
appearance at H. J. Her-
is editor.
Dec. 6th-An to day Sweet
Butter at a pound, at the Old
Store.
The ladies should not overlook the
nice box paper at Reflector
Book Store.
Toys Tots largest
and best selected stock ever in Green-
ville, at
A kitchen on the premises of Mr. W in.
two miles from town, was
burned yesterday.
Don't is
headquarters for Toys and Christmas
Goods. Come and sec them.
There is a 30-mile mall route in
Carteret county over which the mail is
carried on a bicycle.
Oranges, apples, nuts, candies, raisins
currants, prunes, lemons, toys, bananas,
chestnuts, cakes, for at the
Old Brick Store.
Personal.
Mrs. M. A. Rouse has been quite tick
for several days.
Mr. Frank hat gone to
ton to conduct a drug store there.
Misses Aileen, Addie and La-
of Plymouth, are visiting Miss
Louise Latham.
Rev. J. II. left yesterday
to spend the holidays at Oxford,
and Reidsville.
Mr. F. C. Harding, librarian of the
University, came home Saturday night
to spend the holidays.
Dr. R- L. Carr came home from Phil-
Saturday, where he has been
attending dental lectures.
Kid. J. M. editor of the Free
Will Baptist, was in town one day last
week and made us a call. He reports
that a good power press has been
chased for his office.
The people here are delighted that the
N. C. Conference returned Rev. G. F.
Smith to Greenville. Since the Con-
he has been visiting relatives in
the central part of the State and is ex-
here to-day.
Rev. C. J. and little
of Gatesville, have been spending
a few days Gov. Jarvis and
Mrs. sisters of Mr.
He preached to a large congregation in
the Baptist church Sunday night.
Sell your chickens and
at and cents at D. D. Has-
Mrs. M. D. Higgs has a line
of Japanese goods and novelties.
to She l your Toys
Christmas Goods and Confections.
Carriages and Wagons at
I. B. Cherry Co's.
Just received a large lot of Boots and
Shoes at Cobb's.
When in want of good shoes go to
J. B. Cherry Co.
Breech and Muzzle Gun- and
for sale by I. B. Cherry Co
The Best Flour on earth 1.40 at the
Old Brick Store.
pay cash for
Sec the Old Brick Store.
J. C. Cobb A Son have the prettiest
Shoes in town. See our Men's
J. B. Cherry Co Keep a full stock
of General Merchandise and solicit
your trade.
L. M. Reynolds Men and Boys
hoes are the best. For sale by J. B.
Cherry Co.
Go to J. B. Cherry Co when in need
of Furniture, they keep a full stock and
sell at prices will please you.
Mrs. has a nice line
of sample Hats, Ribbons, Feathers, etc.
that the will sell cheap. Full line of
millinery goods.
Just received a car load of Bagging
and Ties at J. C. Cobb Son. See them
before buying.
A lane stock of nice Furniture cheap
at Old Brick Store.
Remember I pay you cash for Chickens
Egg and I v Produce at the Old
Brick Store.
tor the swinging sign
eat Cash Store on Higgs
Reduction in
We alto call you attention to a full line
of trimming fur, Angora, Satins,
Madras and Wadding.
. M. T. C i.
no A en;
paw
W.
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in
birds will have a tough time
again next week the holiday
are after them.
Every Saturday for several past It
has been very rainy. We hope next
Saturday will prove an exception.
delay if you want to get the
Eastern Reflector, the Atlanta
and the New York World all
a year for 3.26
A phonograph man set up a machine
here on Friday and has since been
cooping in the nickels.
Horns, drums and firecrackers will
soon be creating such a din as to almost
make one's car- sore.
The Reflector rises early to say
Christmas gift, as it will not have an-
other opportunity before the 25th.
The Coast Line will holiday
tickets at cents per mile for the round
trip to points are any of its lines.
The Reflector wishes every patron,
reader, friend and enemy it has any
of a merry, merry Christmas.
Our offer of three good papers a year
for the belt opportunity you have
bad for cheap reading. See what it says
on top of last on first page.
You cannot get a more appropriate
Christmas present than one of those
splendid gold fountain pens at Reflector
Book Store.
County Treasurer John Flanagan is a
raiser, judging from the two
wagon loads of hogs that came in from
his farm Monday.
An exchange rises to remark that it
does not take much money to make a
good man rich. This explains why
newspaper men are so wealthy.
Fob the Little
drums, wagons, mechanical toys, jump-
jacks, horns, and other things too
numerous to mention. Call on me for
your Christmas goods. Mrs. M. D,
Higgs.
Mow s, make up your minds ahead
that you are going to be careful with
fireworks. You might injure somebody
or do tome damage to property.
Reader, have all Christ mas
merriment and joy to yourself. Make
as many happy as you can, especially
those not able to do for themselves.
County Commissioner Leon id as
Fleming brought us some fine Specimens
of bis turnip crop the other day. He is
as good farmer as he is Commissioner.
You are interested in what your
County Commissioners are doing and
every citizen of county should
read the financial statement the Re-
f i prints today. It is a complete
record of all receipts and disbursements
for past fiscal
Fancy calendars
jewel caskets, toilet sets, albums,
easels, paintings; vases, work
baskets and boxes, glove and
chief boxes, writing cabinet, perfume
bottles, vases, water acts, and many
other holiday articles at Mrs. M. D.
There is a prospect of a high grade
female school being opened in col-
building here at an early day. We
are not permitted to given full
yet.
What an appropriate Christmas gift a
year's subscription to the Reflector
would be Haven't you an absent
relative or friend you wish it sent to
Just a dollar.
See early about renewing your sub-
to tho Reflector for next
year. If you want any oilier paper
with It overlook our
announcement.
The and butterfly
party which the ladles of the Baptist
church were to give to-morrow night has
been postponed until Tuesday night In
January Court.
Pitt county is going to live at home
next year. More hogs are being killed
this winter than has been known in a
number of years. With plenty of meat
and corn the people are all right.
When in town during the holidays
don't overlook to come in and renew
your subscription to the for
next year. You can find the office open
every day except Christmas day.
We heard some farmers talking Mon-
day, that they wanted to see the Board
of County put county
convicts to working on the public road.
Let this talk get general and we will
see it come, and the made better.
At Mr. S. M. Daniels store Saturday
night there was a difficulty between
himself, his little brother Will and a
young man named Faulkner. The lat-
was right painfully hurt. Mayor
Fleming fined them and costs each
at the trial Monday morning. Faulk-
appealed to Superior Court.
It looks like there might be a wed-
ding. We heard Register Harding offer
to give a young man his license if he
would a minister offered bis
services in the knot, so all needed
to complete the is for a
girl to agree to answer half the
put by the minister. He has been
to see his girl and the may
be made out for ought we know.
Gentlemen of Color
The Charlotte News says A black
named Greene White, sold a
low bale of cotton to-day to Mr. R. M.
White. The farms on Mr. Chas.
Brown's
Bow Many
A life-long Democrat, be
baa been a Democrat since 1827, wants
to know how many of tame kind of
the time straight-outs
from away back before the war, are still
living in the county. How many over
years old, who have never voted any
but a Democratic ticket, an send their
names and ages to the Reflector
We head the list with M. C. B.
Cherry, aged
Drunk in
One of the jurors named Stocks at
court last week was absent when
jury was called Wednesday afternoon.
Both sides on the trial in progress
agreed to go on with the eleven jurors
the box. About an hour later the mis-
sing juror staggered into the court room
and started to take hit seat in the box.
Judge Hoke seeing his condition ordered
Sheriff to take the man to jail,
where he was kept until evening. He
will probably not want to go in court
drunk any more.
Paper Next Week.
It has been custom of the
tor ever since its existence not to pub-
any paper during the week between
Christmas and New Year. This time
we are going to depart from that rule
and the paper will be issued next week.
Of course we feel that we have earned
the usual holiday and are entitled to it,
but it has been a hard year and the
have given us such a liberal patron-
age that we are going to show our
by giving them an extra pa-
per next week. It is our purpose, too.
to make next week's paper the prettiest
Issue of the year, one that will delight
every reader. Look for it.
Local Charley.
If all predictions of a severe winter
come true, it is not improbable that
more charity work will be necessary.
In view of this it strikes us that better
plans than have heretofore existed
should be adopted for distributing aid
those who should receive it.
, The committee having charge of this
matter here last winter did best they
could under the circumstances, but all
are aware that they ware badly Imposed
upon. This may be avoided if proper
organization is effected in advance
whereby any applications for relief
may personal Investigation.
We see that relief committees in other
towns are getting together and formula-
ting plans in case this work is needed,
It might do well for a similar meet-
to be held here.
1893
T.
Extends to each and every one
A MERRY AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS
Conference Appointments Washington
District.
Presiding B. John.
Washington J.
W. H. Call supernumerary.
Greenville station-G. F. Smith and
J. C.
Jamesville E.
Plymouth L.
Roper C. Merritt.
Columbia A. White.
Dare Warlick.
Roanoke Island D. Lang
ton.
J. Perter.
Ocracoke and Hat to A.
Watkins and W. K. Hocutt.
D. Pegram.
P. Jerome.
Swan Quarter A. Rouse.
Pantego H. Joyner,
Aurora J. Barker.
Vanceboro L. Seabolt.
Jr.
Thanks.
I sincerely thank the good people of
Greenville for their many acts of
and kindness, which they
shown to my son. May God bless them.
Smith.
Heavy
A friend at Grimesland writes us that
Mr. James Galloway, one of Chi cod's
best farmers, hut week killed one hog
that weighed pounds, two that
weighed pounds, and fourteen that
weighed pounds. That is the way
raises her pork and puts a stop
to buying cents meat. The
tor does not believe that
average can be hogs
running a fraction over pounds
each.
Estimates of the Cotton Crop.
From Latham Alexander Co., of
New York, we have received a
dated Dec 14th, showing their estimate
of the cotton crop of United States for
the present season, 1893-94. They wrote
1,655 letters to various cotton growing
suites and from responses to these the
estimated yield of States
bales.
From 1,410 letters it was estimated
that per cent of the crop,
bales, is yet on plantations, the crop
marketed to was 4,308.000 bales,
and the number of bales in small towns,
railway stations and public gins was
placed at making a total by this
estimate of bales.
Then an additional estimate was made
based upon general Information which
placed the total crop at bales.
Taking an average of these three
mates obtained from different sources
of information puts the total crop at
bales. We believe these fig-
may be accepted as very nearly
accurate.
Parmele Items
N. C, Dec, 1893.
Mr. William P. Bland is said to be
tick with
Mr. E. of Plymouth, it here
today.
Our
at Mr. Win. I
people enjoyed a sociable
last Friday night
Two Brothers Marry
There were two marriages in one
family near Greenville, last Wednesday,
both the grooms being sons of Mr. J. W.
Allen. At o'clock, at the residence of
Mrs. N. E. Anderson, Mr. J. S. Allen
and Mitt Mary were married
by John Williams. Immediately
after the ceremony the bridal party
drove to the home of Mr. Noah Forbes,
where at o'clock his daughter, Miss
Battle Forbes, was married to Mr. W.
Harvey Allen, the being per-
formed by Rev. Fred
Both the couplet and their attendants
then went to the home of Mr. J. S.
Allen where wedding supper was
held.
For
Capt. David Hill of Washington, is
fitting up hit charming little steamer
Gazelle to take hunting parties down
the sound. Sleeping apartments have
been provided for fifteen persons and
they live on the boat during the trip.
Capt. Hill takes out such parties every
other week, leaving Washington early
Tuesday mornings and returning Friday
evening, giving four days excellent
hunting on the sound. Swan, geese
and ducks are now abundant down
there and the sport hunting them Is fine
Capt. Hill writes us that if a party of
twelve or fifteen can be made up here he
will run his steamer up to Greenville for
them on any Monday night they wish to
tart, rake them down on the best hunt-
quarters of the sound for lour days
and bring party back to Greenville,
the entire fare the whole trip in-
board being only each
person. Any one wishing to join each
a party can make it known at the Ra-
, office. It is an
spoil.
Mr. B. E. Goode, principal of Eden-
ton spent last Thursday here.
Our sports will attend a ball to be
given at the residence of Mr. Ban ill
to-night.
There was a man badly cut with a
swing saw at Everetts a few ago.
W. J. Grumpier, of Crumpler and
Brown, Insurance agency, at Washing-
ton is here to-day talking insurance.
Mr. G. J. Cherry is at Point
this week loading a vessel with lumber,
shipped from Parmele.
Mr. D. S. Powell will soon begin
erection of his residence on Main St.
Mr. J. C- returned from
Everetts this A. M. riddled with bullets
from cupids gun.
Jackson and W.
of Plymouth, spent yesterday
here.
Mr. F. G. Is suffering from
a wound inflicted by one of
Bethel late yesterday evening
You cannot have Xmas full of cheer and happiness
without coming to see our mammoth stock of
CLOTHING. CLOTHING CLOTHING.
Ladies,
Men,
in fact we can fit everybody in a pair of Solid Leather
Shoes. Only this week we received direct
from the factories
PAIRS MEN SAMPLE SHOES.
PAIRS BOYS AND GIRLS SAMPLE SHOES
PAIRS LADIES SAMPLE SHOES-
PAIRS BABY SAMPLE SHOES.
BE CLAM.
and shut your bard-earned dollars in these days of hard times and low priced cotton and
tobacco. Don't throw 3-our hard earned cash away for things that are no earthly benefit but
come to my place of business and buy for your husbands, wives, boys, girls and babies an
elegant pair of Hand Made Shoes, or a nice Boys Suit, in fact anything you may want in the
way of wearing material we have got it to suit yon.
Dress Goods Department.
In this department we have cut prices more than ever. and
get our special prices.
Mr. L. Whitley hat gone to
to-day to make preparation
to move his family here.
Your corespondent begs to with the
readers of the elector a merry
Xmas.
Mr. F. M. Samuels it on the tick list
this week.
It is reported that Mr. Lee
will take unto himself another rib.
Notice to Creditors.
Having duly qualified before the
Court Clerk Pitt comity as
of the Last Will and
of Alien Mills, deceased, notice is
here by given to all persons indebted to
the estate to make immediate payment
to the undersigned Executors, and all
persons having claims against the estate
must present the same for payment on
or before the day of December,
1894, or this notice will be plead in bar
of recovery.
This 15th day of December
JAS. A.
MILLS,
CLOTHING.
CLOTHING.
Special line of BOYS CLOTHING for the HOLIDAY TRADE. All of our immense
stock at reduced prices. They must go at some price.
Everybody come and look over our lovely stock we can certainly please yon.
O.
THE CHEAP CASH MAN.
GREENVILLE N. C.





Do You Ride a Victor
TOBACCO DEPARTMENT.
Toy O- X-
There
If you ride why not ride the best
e is but one best and it's a Victor.
LOCAL
NOTES AND
JOTTINGS
TOBACCO
The
OVERMAN
WHEEL CO.
DENVER,
SAN FRANCISCO.
J. S. JENKINS CO
LEAF TOBACCO BROKERS
Greenville, N.
Ample Facilities for Re-drying. Large Stock
Order Exclusively.
Is- Bankers, and Board of Trade, Greenville
DON'T WALK
When it is Cheaper to Ride.
of
The John Flanagan Buggy Company
put their work and will you any k
a price riding if than walk
Besides a full line of--------
BUGGIES AND HARNESS
They
offered on the m
the
Don't Grub and Swat when you He
do work
o much quicker,
cheaper and better.
This splendid farm
era e will
level and pulverize
the land all in one
operation.
them once and you
will with
out th-m again.
We sell
rows in several
sizes, from feet to
feet.
-O-
LEAST
and
LAST BUT
IT OF COURSE requires some to carry on a like .
we request all in to u to settle a- e a- p Thanking, an
liberal in the past, and hoping to continue receiving
order we are to please
The John Flanagan Buggy Company.
SPECIAL ADVANTAGES
To my Friends and Customers of and adjoining
I to that I have mad.- facial preparation in preparing
DEAD MATERIAL and HOGSHEADS with inside dressed
smooth which will prevent cutting or your Tobacco when
Also I have made special to use best split Hoops made from White
Oak. Tie special advantages have in my own timber places me in a
to meet all competition. cheerfully promise you that I will strive to
make it to your interest to my Hogsheads and yea can And them at tune
either at my factory or at the Eastern Tobacco Warehouse, Greenville, K. u,
Scroll
And Turned Trimmings or Houses a Specialty.
Trimmings or Houses a I
I am prepared to do any kind of Scroll stowing for Brackets or anything in th
lint or turning Balustrades for Piazzas. Pickets for Stairways. o
including Piazza Railing, and would be pleased to name you prices
the above upon application.
GENERAL REPAIR WORK
done on short notice. Thanking you for your patronage, I am willing to
to meet your future patronage, and kin ask you me a trial before
elsewhere.
Winterville, N. C
-Manufacturer of-
PHOTONS, CARTS DRAYS
jocular natures,
says there is just
Mr. Morgan says he
some one to build him a leaf
for next season measuring
with five stories. Don't
all speak at once lets build
him the house
Mr. G. M. Tucker, one of the
most successful business men and I getting away
aggressive agriculturists in East-1
Carolina, sold on the floor of
the Eastern warehouse a few
days ago, pound of the
brightest pickings of his crop for
the neat sum of two hundred and
thirty five dollars and sixty seven
cents. This of course was the
most choice selection of bright
wrappers out of his and
these prices can't be obtained
every day even for fine tobacco,
but it is a daily occurrence that
wrappers on our market bring
from to per hundred.
There are several new buyers
on our market. Mr. Reeves, of
Danville Va., one of the most
clever and pleasant gentlemen
that we have ever met, came in
last week to spend some time with
us. The next train brought
Messrs. Carter and Norwood, from
South Boston, Va-, who have
come to locate in Greenville.
It only requires a shake of the
hand of those two young men to
impress one with their big heart-
Mr. Carter
no question
about it, somebody has got to
build him a factory before next
And somebody has.
A very noticeable feature of
our tobacco buyers is their youth-
appearance. Nearly all of
them wear faces and look
more like school boys than
co buyers of sound and mature
but on the warehouse
floors they make tobacco get up
and hum in in this are
they extravagant or wild flighted
for several of our young men
positions in the employ-
the largest leaf dealers in
the of trust
and
cured by men who were engaged
in the tobacco business with their
father. This is the kind of ma-
that it takes to not only
make a tobacco market to put
the universal wheels of progress
in motion and keep them moving
on to the heights of success.
Mr. E- W. who was so
well known on the market last
year as one of its leading buyers
is now drumming Eastern North
Carolina in the interest of Shel-
warehouse, Richmond.
We have heard Mr. Royster
the past of use very strong
argument against the
of the farmer's tobacco to the
city of Richmond and a few other
large markets. A change of
ion in matters of business and
matters, politic is oftentimes
deemed an act of wisdom, but
when the true inwardness of the
cause of Mr- Royster changing
his so suddenly is learned by the
patrons of the Greenville market,
then his strongest argument
against the concentration of to-
to one or two markets will
have been used.
One of the first questions asked
by county physician Wilder when
the body of Dallas Stowe, the
who was found hanging by
a grape vine in the woods near
town yesterday,
his At this question, the
audience fell back as if
from a bomb that
was about to explode. do
yon mean by his jack asked
one of the white men present
why this
and I will show said the
doctor. He then felt into the
pockets of the dead and
brought out a tin box. He open-
ed it and it was found to contain
a snake head, a scorpion, a piece
of iron, a rusty key, a bunch of
and an ounce of
salt said the doctor,
the jack. Eight out of ten
carry them. With it they
their enemies, throw a spell over
them, and the average
holds the jack in mortal dread-
To show you their fear of it, just
offer any here a dollar to
put this box in his The
offer was made, but not one would
touch it. Dr. Wilder brought the
box to the city and tried the dark-
on it, but not one of them
could be induced to touch it.
The doctor has hung the jack in
his back yard, and says that his
turkeys, chickens and woodpile
are safe for the
News.
FREELY RENDERED.
A Yearns Version a Noah
and the Ark.
In one of the churches of New
York there is a department of the
Sunday school In which Chinese
pupils are taught. Among them Is
a bright fellow named Sam Sing.
On a recent Sunday, says the
American Missionary, the lesson
was about the flood In the days of
Noah.
The teacher explained the lesson
somewhat fully, and then called
upon Sam Sing to tell the story of
the flood In his own words. The
Chinaman's version, as taken down
in shorthand by the teacher, was as
he good man, and got three
son, and son got wife, that mean
eight, eight good man. He God
know him good, and God tell him to
make a boat, and him, Noe, wife and
whole family go in de boat, and get
some meal and fruit, and all fruit
all kind good for eat, and put all
cattle and horse, chicken,
all same kind of life, all put it in
there.
soon the flood come,
and has all people die, and just as
say rain forty day and forty night,
and then say to Noe, whole family
and all, live. All bad people all die,
every one, cut him up. The rain
come because Noe he good man, and
He God wanted save Noe, whole
family, and wicked people, every
kill him die; rain
Isn't This Worth Investigating
CONVINCER NO.
No medicine will give
the permanent relief that
the does. In
my own case of Nervous
Dyspepsia it cured me after
all else
W. R. French,
Wilmington, N. C.
CONVINCER No.
I got tired taking med-
and bought an
two years ago. It
has done me an infinite
amount of good. Am as well
as ever in my
E. Worth,
Wilmington, N. C.
We will a lad la the
II HAS CURED THOUSANDS.
I ATLANTIC CO, D. O.
CHRIST MAN'S
OINTMENT
TRADE
MARK
RURAL RUSSIA.
HOOKER
YOU TO VISIT THEIR
STORES
To see the bargains they are offering on a full line of
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING.
Boots, Shoes and Hats
For Fall and Winter Service.
For the Cure o all
This has neon In use over
years, and wherever know has
been in steady demand. It has been en-
by the leading physicians all over
country, ha effected cures where
all other remedies, with the attention of
the most experienced physicians, have
for years failed. This Ointment is of
Ions; standing and the high reputation
which It has obtained Is owing entirely
its efficacy, as but little has
ever been made to It before the
One bottle of this Ointment will
s sent to any address on receipt of One
Dollar. All Cash Orders promptly at-
tended lo. Address all orders and
communications to
T. F.
Greenville, N.
We can the Ladies exactly on
Dress Goods Trimmings.
more complete
stock of
NOTIONS
cannot be found on
the
o-
Reward
The reader of this paper will be picas-
d to learn that there is at least one
disease that science has been
able to cure in all its stages, and that is
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the
only positive cure known to the
cal fraternity. Catarrh being a
treatment. Catarrh Cure
is take-, internally, acting directly on
the I and mucous surfaces of the
system, destroying the
of the disease, and giving the
st by building up
a id assisting nature in doing
its work. The proprietors have so much
faith in its curative powers, that they
offer One Hundred Dollars for any case
that it falls to cure. Bend fir fiat of
testimonials.
Address. F. J. CO.,
Toledo, O. Druggists
NEXT YEAR'S ELECTIONS.
It Should Be in Every House.
J. U. Wilson. Clay St., Sharpsburg
Pa., says he will not be without Dr.,
King's New Discovery for Consumption,
Coughs and Colds, t it cured his wife
who was threatened with Pneumonia
after an attack of when
various other remedies and several
physicians bad done her no good. Robert
Barber, of Pa., claims Dr.
King's New Discovery has done him
more good than anything he ever used
for Lung Trouble. Nothing like it. Try
It. Free Trial Bottles at V. Drug
Store- Large bottles, and
A joint meeting of the
and magistrates of Iredell
county was held Monday and
unanimously adopted a resolution
to work the county convicts on
the public roads. Iredell has
followed the example of
burg, Bo wan and
ties in this work, and is to be
congratulated upon the advanced
step she has taken- The move-
for better county roads is
growing all over North Carolina
and the time is fast coming when
a majority, if not all, of the conn-
ties will utilize their convicts by
them at this
Herald
My Factory is well equipped with the best put up nothing
but mer-CLASs work. We keep up with the times and the u improved styles
Bert material need in all work. All styles of springs are use. you can from
Brewster, Storm, Coil, Ram Horn, King
We also keep on hand a full line of Ready Harness Whips which we
sells rates. Special attention given to repairing.
ID.
Greenville,
The election in North Carolina
next November will be a most
important one. Successors must
be elected to succeed Chief
Shepherd, Associate Justices
Clark, and Burwell, who
were appointed or elected to
expired terms. Lawyers must
also be elected to succeed Judge
Whitaker, Judge Shuford, Judge
Bynum and Judge Battle, of the
Superior court bench. The
will determine the complex-
ion of the Supreme court bench,
and is, therefore, of the highest
importance-
Nine members of Congress are
to be elected, State Senators,
and members of the North
Carolina of
These Senators and Re-
are to elect a United
State Senator to succeed Hon.
M. W- and a
Commissioner to succeed Capt.
T. W. Mason. The future of
these two sons of Northampton
will therefore, he largely effected
by the result of next November's
election. In addition to the above
every county officer in the State
is to be chosen.
The time not yet come for
opening the campaign, but it is
apparent that 1894 will be one of
the hottest political years in the
history of the
Carolinian.
A of Peasant Life In the
Czar's Domain.
Fred contributes to
Bar a vivid sketch of his ob-
of village life in Russia.
He thus sums up the characters of
the or Russian
satisfied, indolent, self-in-
weak, he does not care to
rise in the world. So long as he can
exist and allow his wife and children
to exist, and so long as he can ob-
for cash or vodka enough
to keep him going, he Is content.
He has no idea of any higher
or of any sort of home com-
fort. For the rest he loves his
the fears God In
a superstitious sort of way, and the
and other
supernatural objects of his national
folk-lore In a very real way; ob-
serves the church festivals with;
bibulous piety; attends church at
Easter; tolerates his wife, and
knows absolutely nothing of the
fairs either of this world or of the
next. But education Is making
great strides, and the younger gen-
is growing up with
to which Its forefathers were
strangers. Light is stealing grad-
over the land. Would that It
might chase away the drink demon
With the vodka evil reduced to-
moderate dimensions, there would
be a chance even for rural
We continue to sell C. B. Corsets at
The balance of Lang's stock of Clothing and Shoes
AT AND BELOW COST.
BROWN HOOKER'S NEW STORE
------TWENTY-FIVE WORTH OF------
To be sold at reduced
prices,
Wives
and Daughters
Often lose the benefit of life
assurance, taken out for their
protection, because of ill-ad-
vised investments. Again,
the intentions of the assured
sometimes fail of realization
through the prodigality of a
son to whom the sudden
session of so much money
proves too great a temptation.
The
Equitable Life
has provided against these
contingencies by offering The
Installment Policy.
The premiums per thousand
arc much less than under
older forms of insurance, and
the amount is payable in
or annual payments, thus
securing a comfortable income
for the beneficiary. Write to
W. J. Manager,
For tin Carolina,
ROCK HILL, S. C.
together with a large
assortment
winter
of Fall and
J Your
S Heart's Blood J
Is the most cart of
part of
Is the most
M your organism. Three-fourths of W
the complaints to which the sys-
W tern is subject are due to y
. ties in the blood. You can, there-.
fore, realize how vital it is to
J Keep It Pure J
For which purpose nothing can
equal It effectually re- M
a impurities, X
w cleanses the blood thoroughly If
and builds up the general health.
W Blood W
to any
SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.,
. j.
IN A COMPLETE
STOCK OF GOODS TO BE SOLD
CHEAP.
Having bought my brother out I am determined to sell my en
tire stock exceedingly close. Come and see for
WILEY BROWN.
New Home Sewing Machines and Depositor for American Bible So
Scrofula, whether hereditary or re-
quired, in thoroughly expelled from that
blood by Hood's the great
blood purifier.
Trail
We desire to say to our that
for years we have been selling Dr. King's
New tor Consumption, Dr.
King's New Life Pills,
Salve and Electric Bitters, and have
never handled remedies that sell as well,
or that have given such universal
faction. We do not hesitate to
tee them every time, and we stand
ready to refund tho purchase price, if
satisfactory results do not follow their
use. remedies have won their
great popularity on their merit
Advice to
If you would protect yourself
from Painful, Profuse, Scanty,
Suppressed or Irregular Men-
you must use
FEMALE
REGULATOR
April as,
This that two
effect to wasteful.
nook to
o.
ATLANTA. .
MAIM AIM
ESTABLISHED
S. M. SCHULTZ.
OLD BRICK STORK
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BUT
their year's supplies will And
their interest to get our prices before
Chasing elsewhere. Our stock is complete
n ail it branches.
PORK
FLOUR, COFFEE, SUGAR
RICE, TEA,
a t
we boy direct from Manufacturers,
you to buy at one profit. A com-
stock of
always on hand and sold at price to suit
the times. Our goods are all bought and
sold for CASH, therefore, having no risk
to sell at a close margin.
Respectfully,
M. SCHULTZ
N. C
Salve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains tomes, and all Skin
and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded
Price cents per box. For Sale by
L. JAMES
-J DENTIST,
I .
J.
L. FLEMING,
ET -AT-LAW
N. C.
Prompt attention to Office
at Tucker Murphy's old stand.
BLOW,
L.
in all the Court.
U A. B. F.
TYSON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LA W,
N. O.
Prompt attention given to collections
HARRY
m. c.
P.
e. JAMES,
GREENVILLE, N C.
Practice In all the courts. Collection s
special
SI. a
Br ST,
RELIABLE MERCHANT OF
Pitt count line of the following goods
not to be excelled in this market. And aliens ran toed to be and
straight goods, DRY GOODS of all kinds, NOTIONS. CLOTHING,
FURNISHING GOODS. HATS and CAPS, BOOTS, LA-
and CHILDREN'S SLIPPERS, FURNITURE, HOUSE FURNISHING
GOODS DOORS, WINDOWS, SASH. BLINDS, CROCK FRY and QUEENS-
WARE PLOWS and PLOW CASTING, LEATHER of different
Gin and Mill Belting, Hay, Rock Lime, Plaster of Paris,
Harness, Bridles and -addles
HEAVY GROCERIES A SPECIALTY.
Clark's O. N. T. Spool Cotton which I offer to the trade at Wholesale
jobbers per cent for Bread Prep
ration and Hall's Star Lye at Jobbers Prices, White Lead and pure Lin
Red Paint Wood and Wood
Nails a Give me a nail and I guarantee satisfaction.
W. H. WHITE.
TIMES HAVE CHANGED.
Old things have passed away and all
things have new. My old
stock of good have been sold out
and a new has taken Its
place. The old was replaced
by the new because my
LOW DOWN PRICES
the people and keep goods
moving. Now listen to a plain
I know times are hard and
money scarce just as well as the man
who raises cotton, corn and tobacco,
and am going to sell goods just as low
a any honest dealer can afford to sell.
For every dollar spent with me you will
get the worth of your money. I keep a
complete stock of
General Merchandise,
Dry Goods, Notions
Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Caps and Gents
Furnishing Goods,
Clothing
RIVER
at any price a man can want. Also a
full stock of
Groceries
Cotton Bagging Ties.
Steamers leave Washington
ville and touching at all land-
on Tar River Monday,
and Friday at A. M.
Returning leave at A M.
Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturday
Greenville A. M. same day.
These departures are subject of
water on Tar River.
Palatable. Pure Re-
freshing and
A CUP
made in three minutes,
Take a cup of
boiling hot
stir a
tea
of
Company's
Extract of Beef,
Then add n
some liked
season carefully.
Connecting at Washington with steam
of The Norfolk, Wash-
line for Norfolk. Baltimore
Philadelphia. New York and Boston.
Shipper should their good
marked via Dominion Iron
New York. from Phil
Norfolk
more Steamboat from
more. ft Miners from
Boston.
JNO. SON.
Agent,
Washington H. C
J. J. CHERRY,
Agent,
Greenville, N C.
KID
pounded from a pi r.
widely used by th I.
cal an are
in form that i,;
coining the fashion every-
where.
. ; gently
but promptly i.
stomach ii re
dyspepsia, habitual com
breath and head-
ache. One lab n
first symptom i lion,
biliousness,
after eating, or depression cf
spirits, will surely and quickly
remove the whole difficulty.
Tubules
of nearest
are easy to
quick to act,
save many a
tor's
Send in Your Orders.
We have nice assortment
Apples, Pears, Plums,
Pecan, Grape-
vines, Raspberries, Straw-
berries, and Blackberries.
and mil
Roses. Plants
Tulips, Lilies,
E order solicited and will be
led h- proper time for
Send for
WARREN SON,
Riverside Nursery. Greenville, N. C
W. L. DOUGLAS
SHOE N
Do l try
Best In the world.
am
If SHOE, sit has
Wt sty t tS, try
tho bottom, look for It n
Ma.
R. L. DAVIS, N. C
HIM,
mum
Canaan, i
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Title
Eastern reflector, 20 December 1893
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
December 20, 1893
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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