Eastern reflector, 27 July 1900






of Speech Returns to
Who Wat Dumb for
Six
After baring unable to
for six years. Miss Sarah
ilia, u of hat
had her six-cell return lo her M
suddenly ii departed.
Ill the summer of the sub-
an attractive,
girl, wan prostrated by ill-
has never since been
able lo leave bad, nervous and
complicating
original finally her
Facing Both Way.
Die Fasten spellbinders hare
bees going about the telling
the people who are to pay
tuition for their children that if
is passed no effort
will be made to the
schools, ill gram
up without an education, and after
1908 children coming of age
in- disfranchised, in a recent
peach Decayed
extent along
up by telling
THE AMENDMENT.
Text of the
as Amended.
Act Supplemental to an Act
Entitled Act to Amend the
Constitution of
February ISM, the
Two Handled
and Eighteen of the
of
the General Assembly of North
speech suddenly left her while the
was in conversation.
were not only
to help her. were
to account for her sudden at
diction.
the people that the folks with prop- do
would not to be taxed l. That Chapter
schools, and de- Public of 1899, entitled
that they were to ,,., , of
public education and that be amended so
be knew t lie Baptists were opposed M to make said act read as
to That .-i,.,, article Ii of the
the victim he .,. be people of the whole of Carolina he. the
reconciled to her lot. . . . .
as well as upon the ls hereby
. . . ,
new sign language, by which
her family speedily came to lean
her every want. The once robust
girl passed into so frail a woman-
hood that -lie is now reduced to a
inert skeleton. Yesterday, while
lying in bed, she had some want.
and on the spur of the moment;
called to her sister, w ho
next room. In spite of her years
of silence spoke clearly,
has been able to speak
as well as ever she did, Inn the
effort tires her.
She was greatly overjoyed at
I church, whose leaders promptly ,,.
gated, and in
the utterance. Hut article of said
as entire and
be voters that of
Democrats do not intend to
prove the schools.
To show what liars they
these same bare issued
a circular letter to bankers,
and manufacturers, seeking
to secure their opposition to the
amendment upon the ground that
ii is it will
result increase of their taxes
to maintain the better public
pie shall by ballot. and all
elections by the
shall I viva
Sec T. Every voter in North
Carolina, except as in this article
shall be eligible to of
but before entering the
duties of the office he shall take I
and subscribe the following oath
, do swear
that w ill support and
maintain the constitution and laws
of the United States, and the con-
and laws of North Caro
not inconsistent therewith, and
that I will faithfully discharge the
duties of my office
So help inc.
Sec. The following class of
shall Is- for
office all persons who shall I
deny the lien
if
Doctors Say;
Intermittent Fevers
which prevail dis-
arc
by derangements of the
Liver and Bowels,
of Health.
T is the o rent
in the mechanism of
man, and when it is out of order,
the whole system becomes de-
ranged and disease is the result.
Liver Pills
Cure all Liver Troubles.
-----is i i n
Wholesale and retail and
Dealer. Cash paid for
Second, nil persona who shall have
bean convicted or confessed Hides, Fur, Cotton Seed, Oil Bar-
guilt on indictment pending, and Turkeys. etc. Bad
whether or not,
judgment suspended, any treason
steads. Mattresses. Oak Suits, Ha
by Carriages, Parlor
Baits. Tables, Lounges, Safes,
ARTICLE VI.
SUFFRAGE AMI TO
OFFICE.
Section I. male person
I schools promised. They think
first over the but ,., .,,., votes of the rich
now appears to feel no emotion IV ,,,,, ,,, ,
be that they can gel a dozen
whatever over its
easier. . Dispatch,
Let Mi a of all Parties Join
Two years ago when the fate of
born in United states, and
every male person who has
naturalized, twenty-one years
age. and possessing the
set out in this article, shall
be entitled to vote at election
by the people in the State, except
as herein otherwise provided.
. can get a dozen He shall c resided ill
or so, but as a rule the rich men in I the State of North Carolina for two
North Carolina have been willing six months.
lo be taxed for better public schools precinct, ward or other
they are in accord with district in which lo. offers
the Democratic demand for a Ion-
Carolina was trembling in school term and better la.-ill-
the balance, the Democrats ties and will stand by the party in
pealed to the Populists and carrying out its pledges to put the
Republicans for help an education within
that their votes for good govern-1 the reach of every child in the
then would commit them Observer,
nothing a- to the future; that there
An Analysis of
Speech.
would lie no attempt to put the
Democratic uniform upon them
and that they could after the
return to their funnel parties A correspondent of
without Democratic reproaches. I York World has been at the
This promise been , i makes quantitative
observed. It been said to the nation of President
Populists Republicans in the speech to the committee notifying
present campaign that the amend- him of his with the
is not a political question; the
Democrats have striven to keep it
lines, the Populist
State convention declared that each
member of that party should de
his altitude toward it as
an It Is not a
question, but educational
one, and one of government by the
Any man of any
can vole it without waiving any
put of hi and no
man will without
better afterward. And it
would he worth In Hie
the Stale for
mill broad patriotism one
following
i words wen- devoted to
and silver.
words to Imperialism and
Philippines.
2-1; words to praise of
record.
CM words to Protection.
to I
To words lo Hague
i wants to Hawaii.
words to will.
words to Cuba and
to Vote, four months next
the election ; Provided, That
removal from one precinct, ward
or other election district t
ill the same shall nut ope
rate to deprive any person of the
right to vote in precinct, ward
or other election district from
which be has removed, until four
months after such removal. No
person who has been convicted, or
Ne his guilt ill open
of any crime
the punishment of which i-. or may
hereafter he. Imprisonment in the
Mate prison, shall is- permitted to
unless said person shall
restored to citizenship in
the manner prescribed by law.
Bee. . person offering to
vole shall be at the I Hue a legally
registered voter as herein
ed and in the manner
or felony, or any other crime for
which punishment may lie Meal Key Cheroots,
in the penitential American Beauty Can-
since becoming citizens of the Peaches Apples,
,. . . . , Apples, Jell v. Milk,
l sited Bates, or corruption and
malpractice in office, unless such ; Food, Hatches, Oil,
person shall lie restored to the Cotton Meal Hulls,
rights of citizenship in a Oranges. Apples, Nuts,
law. I
Currents, Glass
Sec. That this amendment China Ware, Tin and
Constitution, shall go into Ware, and Crackers.
let lint of Butter, Stand-
a majors of the votes cast a.
melons other goods,
the next general election shall In
cast in
Quantity. Cheap for cash.
i this suffrage amend- t me.
Come
Days
At Cost.
Ill
CO
In Trusts,
According to this method de-
it is clear
say alter the question is para
and I in the
measure has been a
but all panic-
t v-r.
tin
N Like to Spit on
White People
When Senator talked
about niggers -pining on white
people last Hat it in I ho court
here u few while men
their and in the II el-
kin ring s of
It Is a lion idle stilt III lo-ll
one while man cheers at I he idea
a nigger -pining on
w man. suggests an
Hut tin i- .
often tin- most
lake
very briefest form of
the
Phil-
-loll.
Hut The World writer has
shown what Mr.
it lies to and
to say nothing about
cit Overboard
s.
dim Mi
u bile mil -ailing a
lather and at
fell overboard when a long dis-
as to whether some people lance from shore. She was sitting
really think more of a black man ill the boat with her feel hanging
than they do of a white man, I- u over the side. A friend of Hi,
a fact we have in our sitting near her, took the
white men who delight to precaution to bold on to
run over white Do hi case of accident. Fortunately
they laugh hen a nigger when she fell in water lie had
speak o I good honest while men or bold of her dress, pulling her back
women from us poor into the boat by it. and thus
trash white her News
people who live on the farms
toW or the entire town
gen time to Mr ,. ,.
COM- This his ban, containing his poll lax as above required.
tempt the very niggers rodder bay was Thai this Amendment to
The accepts discovered to be on fire with the the Constitution la presented and
the pool ,,,,, , o- ,, , were adopted as one plan for
s and calls t t.,. M,. Warren is unable the regulation with
trash, to tell hos intent and to s, con
mil is sum,.; I Hie parts, and lo
j suspicion is of an M upon
origin. This ii the third lime we other, whole shall
It lo land Mr. Warren has or fall together,
alone before this Washington Messenger. I Bee. i. All elections by
provided by law, and the General
Assembly of North Carolina shall
enact general rat ion laws to
carry into effect the provisions of
Ibis article.
Sec. I. presenting
himself registration shall In-
able to read and write any section
of the constitution m the
language; before he shall lie
entitled lo vole, he shall have paid
the of
Hie year in which he proposes to
vote, his poll lax for the previous
as prescribed Article
Section I, the Constitution. But
no male person, who was. on Jan-
l-t 1807 or at any time prior
thereto, entitled to vote under the
laws of any State in
Slates w herein he then resided, and
no lineal of any such
shall be denied the right to
register and vote at election in
ibis State his failure
In possess the educational
cation
ed, he shall registered in
with .- terms of this
section prior to I.
The General shall pro
for the of all per-
sons entitled to vote without the
educational herein
, prescribed, and shall, on or before
1st. long, provide for
the making of a permanent record
Of such and all
I SOW so registered, shall forever
j thereafter have the right to vote
i in all elect inns by the people in
Ibis State, unless disqualified
Section of this Pro
Mich person shall have paid
See. II. this amendment to the bU
shall be submitted at I Phone SR.
the next general election to the I
voters of the State, in the
same miller the same
rules and regulations as is pro-
in the law regulating general
elections in this Slate, and at said
elections those persons desiring to
rote for amendment shall cast
a written or oiled ballot with the
Suffrage Amend-
thereon; and those with a
contrary shall east a writ-
ten or printed ballot with the
words Suffrage Amend-
thereon.
Sec. III. The votes cast at Bald
clot ion shall lie counted,
ed, returned canvassed, and
the result announced and declared
under the same rules and
and in the same manner as
the vote for Governor, and if a
of the votes cast are in favor
of the said amendment, it shall lie
the duty of the Governor of the
Stab-, upon notified of the
result of said election, to certify
said under the seal of
the Slate, who shall enroll the
amendment SO certified among the
permanent records of hi- office.
Sic. IV. This ml shall in
lone from and alter it-
The people and
have apparently
overlooked the fact a State
campaign, cantered mi the vital
Issue suffrage,
is in progress, and are devoting
themselves to discussing the
liquor shall be
old in a dispensary, In saloons or
not all. The are of
course shoving this issue to the
front with all their might
while the Democrats are belaboring
each other their enemies hope to
in and If
the agitation the dispensary
question at ibis critical time
doesn't defeat of
we shall be surprised.
States Ills Landmark.
fill Sept, I, 1900.
Our entire stock
Dry Goods Domestics,
Notions, Shoes, Ac.
. f. M J
Oxford Seminary for Girls
OXFORD. N- C
51st Annual Session Opens 1900
Large Han
Laboratory. Full
twice in
i-m
Apply to
REWARD
w will pay the any
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tun- t Ii- It. i. .
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iii contain m to
l. r P. 111-
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III.
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Female College
North Carolina,
Fall Term begins Bent, 1900,
Application.
President.
I'm.
white man Int.
is haM
Pi ii common tense
boys girls for
Hip lift, u
College, Hunt cm
lie-
Of our pupils. Coin
patent
a veil
Moral good.
For further
I Ion see or
ii Hi N. f
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SIZE OP BALLOTS.
unity i; I i.; lion- flu
ii in in
1.1 Public -if
tin- of all for
for the
for
em for s.
All for
paper, known us
while new. paper, In- in
1.1,1. k Ink, which bar. been
mill the Clerk
Court of Flu
The i- all r of
in Pill shall l.
our hall one
all ballot I-t Hi.
I'm sad one half Inch.
e- aid. four long
I hat all I lie Tow
ill Pitt .-my -I be an I
in. In- one
This I
I c. HARDING,
Co. Bl lion I'm Co
CUBE CHILLS AND FEVER
X with
Chill Tonic at He, per
to take.
refunded if it fails. an
the blood and
you well. Nona other as good,
Sold mill drag
OF
Katie. i herein the
r HO.
will he open from A.
H I.- I of orb from
July in-
for
lion of the i-l
And on each during
and the
will be open lbs polling
Five in 11-
June
W w-
LAUD sale.
vi of in a
made in Ike MM II.
and of
J. II.
now Is Superior Court of Pill
will on Honda
be lo
in the
of K. C, to
.-ash tract
of land lo wit, U situate in
the land, of
Elks.
one
or
Tins I lie June
BASS W
xi
rs, Move,
the defendant above sealed will take
in II . an a, la,
been -ii the Curt of
ill, lo obtain a from
will take he is
to appear at the term of the
I county to he held on the. ass-
Monday after Monday in S,
the of Sept.,
the Court House in N. C.
an or demur lo the in
sun. .-r the will apply to tin-
Lain demanded in com-
plaint.
This the With day of May
C. Moons,
, Clerk Superior Court.
I- G for pill.
NOTICE TO
Th. Clerk of the Court of
issue, Letter,
ration lo me. the on the Tin
lay of May. on Hie Thorns.
J. Notice is lie.,
given lo all persons Indebted the . late
to make payment to the
all creditor, of or
their i properly
the twelve
the dale of this or Ibis
notice will is-plea in
day of May,
on
NOTICE TO
duly
or Colin county u
of the Will and of Nancy
notice i U.
all Indebted said in
i to and
all claims against said es-
are hereby n.-titled to present the same
for or tis- Hath day of
April, or will he plead in
bar of
day of April, won.
Executor of Nancy Wallace
POSTED.
We warn all en-
any of our along
Creek for the purpose With
Any one will
be to law.
O. All. T
A, Win.
OLD DOMINION LINE
SERVICE
Steamer My res leave Washing-
ton daily ii A. M. for
daily
P. AI. for
leaves
Greenville Wednesday
Fridays A. II.
leave for Greenville
Tuesdays, and
A. M. tarries freight only.
Connecting at Washington with
Steamers for Norfolk, Baltimore,
ton, and for all points for the Weal
with railroads at Norfolk.
Shippers -1 on 1.1 order
the Old Dominion s. Co, from
New York; Clyde Line from la
Hay from
and Line from
Boston.
JNO. MY Aft.
N. C.
J.
N.
Ml S. KM with fair vile i.
mil i or to MIN oil
n i I-
railway a-
ii- the r. liable
II. All -air lo
. Ina
I. Ky.
PATENT
also
or photo,
for an-l
Hi ill.-. N, Bryan, Woolen and
No
p.
BOOK ON PATENTS
WASH
RHEUMATISM CATARRH CURED
----ST
Johnston's
Sarsaparilla
QUART
II TIE SHADOW OF
A Family
Mr. C. B. who keep a
millinery and at SI
Loins. Co., Mich., and who
well the
I badly troubled with
catarrh and had
liver complaint and bilious. I
as in a bad condition; every day I be-
to fear that be a
well woman; that I hare to
down into a chronic invalid, and
lire in the of death. had
JOHNSTON'S rec-
to me. I TOOK FOUR
BOTTLES AND IT CURED ME, and
cured my family both. I am very glad
that I heard of it. would cheerfully
recommend it to every one. I have
taken many other of medicine.
prefer JOHNSTON'S to all of them.
PILLS
Curt I of I
all
. or
tonic
builder. Bring.
link flow to pal
i th
f B-
. .- I-.
our to
or th paid. I fur
a copy of our bond.
EXTRA
mediate
for Lot of Power,
or
Locomotor
Ion. and
of Tobacco.
By mail in X-00 a
box. for our bankable
bead t j In or
mousy paid. Address
MEDICAL CO.
Clinton Sta.,
Tablets
For sale by J I.
N C
of
Carolina.
Tue Head of the State's
System.
Three courses, loading
to Professional courses
in Medicine
v mi if-n Loan to Free
ti
Sons and
besides In Sum-
teachers in the
faculty. For and In-
formation
K. P. President,
7-5 I in. Chapel Hill, X. J
Trinity College
Mid
with and
lo
lo In-
m St-nil
N C
Whichard, N. C.
The complete in every de
prices as low as the
Highest market prices
aid for country produce.
The Ono Day Cold Cure.
Cold in and wire
.-. cry
PATENTS
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fin far till
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FOR
The Eastern
Reflector
D. J. EDITOR .
. . . e . .
.
VOL. XIX.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY, JULY
NO
-AT-
Ed. H.
WHO
YOU WANT TO BK BIGHT
BAKE TIME BUY
BIGHT WHERE
WEIGHT A N T-
GOODS.
Ed. H.
THE LEADING
same manner and under the
rules is pro
in general
in this State, Raid
elections those persona desiring to
vote for such amendment shall ca-t
a written or printed ballot with the
thereon; and with a
contrary Opinion shall a writ
ten or printed ballot with the
words Suffrage Amend-
thereon.
Sec. III. The votes east at said
election shall be counted,
ed, returned and canvassed, and
the result announced and declared
same rules and
lions, and iii the same manner as
tin- vote for Governor, and If a
THE people, and or
PITT AND ADJOINING
We
are still in th.
be.
of the
I line oil
r I--.- after patronage
AMENDMENT.
of the rotes cast are in
I no nude person, who was, amendment, it shall in
General Merchandise
Full Text of the
Amended.
How Keep Coil and Wei
I much anal.
.
. Ii
for thermometers lo
I hot i- in the wiling sun.
I the beat.
drink milk.
Don't experiment with mixed
drinks arc calculated to upset
join stomach.
indulge in alcoholic
drinks. Drink plenty of lemon-
iced lea the like
es-
MOWS THIS
We offer One Hundred Dollars
for ease of Catarrh
Hall's Ga-
ll to v he freely.
d ;., Ill hi -I stem.
1st 1807 or any lime priori the of the Governor of the
thereto, entitled to vote under upon being of the
laws of any State in the said election, to certify
wherein he then resided, and the -ml
no lineal of any State, who shall enroll the said
An Act Supplemental an shall be denied the lo amendment so among the
Entitled -An Act to Amend the register and vote at any election in permanent records of his office.
reason fl, is tail tire Hue. IV. This act shall be In
February Slat, the t,, ,, force from and alter Its Ion.
herein
and Eighteen of the Public Law ; ,, ,,,.,. t .,,. j rile Reason.
of with the terms of
prior to
The General Assembly of North shall pro
loll i.
i . i
Do, and
, , , , . . walk too it . i
l. ii. any store in Pill Well choice
Hi- ii.-.- of America gel
all the year and overturn rum
vi inter, for and our mutual ad-
It is our lo show you a hat you want mid to . , ,,.,. , , ,.
sell we can. offer you service, polite ,.,.
th I .
Props.,
hi.
We the undersigned have known
J. for the last 1.1 years,
and believe him
all business transactions and
able to earn mil any
obligations made the
West Wholesale Dru-
Kin
Marvin, Wholesale Druggist,
I Toledo,
Hall- Catarrh Cure is taken in-
actinic directly upon the
us surfaces of the
per Sold
I Testimonials free.
Hall's Pills an the best.
That Chapter
The are opposed Io the
lie-
e is lo hi-e
for the of all
ions entitled to vote without
an Nobody blames bin
attention, and consistent with a
established on its own
When you emu- to market you will not justice
ii do not our Immense stock before buying elsewhere.
and the following lines of general merchandise.
Still Come.
I In- tide is on the now
and is forward, sweeping
of the fusion gang
mull with it.
I Sir. Allen Davidson
for there
up
Public of 1899, entitled i herein
Act to amend the Constitution of before to,
North be amended
the making of a permanent record the will
Goods and Notions,
off a bile j tr is lull of
Jackets Mattings and j . lie ill In
Shoes.
and
Men's. Women's and Children's Shoes.
Harness, Horse Dusters,
and
as to make said act read as
article the and all per, r and more
sons so registered, shall forever content when the
thereafter have the right to power is we
in all election by the people not. When he learns that
this stale, unless disqualified development i
Section of this article; Pro- profitable
of North Carolina and
same is hereby abrogated, and in
thereof shall In- substituted
the following article of said Con-
as an entire and
plan of
ARTICLE VI.
SUFFRAGE AND TO
OFFICE.
Section Every male person the intent and purpose In so con-
in the United Slates, and different parts, lo
every male person who has been make them so dependent upon
naturalized, twenty-one years of Other, the whole shall
age, and the stand or fall together.
out iii Ibis article, shall All elections by the
be entitled to vote at any election pie ah all by ballot, and all
by the people the State, except elections by the General
as herein otherwise provided. I shall be viva
Bee. He shall hare resided In I voter North
the State of North Carolina for two except as in this article
years, in the county six months, disqualified, shall be eligible to of-
and in ward or other j entering upon the
election district in which
to vote, four months proceed-
the election Provided. That
removal from one precinct, ward
or oilier
in the same county, shall not ope-
rate to deprive any person of the
right to vole the precinct, ward
or other election district from
which he has removed, until four
mouths after such removal. No
person who has been or
who has confessed his
court upon indictment any crime
the punishment of which is. or may
such person shall have profitable agencies
his poll above required. that surround him -he will cease
Sec. That this Amendment stove of his fears,
the Constitution is presented and the cruel acts of the
adopted as one Indivisible plan who uses hint for his own
the regulation of the suffrage, with
acrimony and bitterness
often exists between the
maintain constitution and laws
of Slates, con-
laws of Caro
not therewith, and
that I will faithfully discharge the
duties of office
So help me,
Sec. The following classes
persons shall be disqualified B-l
First, all persons who
deny the being of God
hereafter l-, Imprisonment in j all persons shall have
if late prison, shall be permitted to I or confessed their
vole, unless l he said person shall Indictment pending, and
and subscribe following
do swear
races will lie thing of the past,
and in will grow
peace confidence, such as w-c
see now children of the
tWO races, as I hey play by
side, unmindful of political
distinction that now sow seed of
discord hate.
grant the day may
come who nurses
our children, conks our food
tills our soil, will not feel he Is
necessity of the
man. to whom ho goes for in
Groceries.
Flour, Moat, Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Scud
Hardware,
Plow Nails Rope.
Furniture.
for I'm and everything ill
We strictly for Cash, bill sell for Cash or on Approved
Credit. Our motto is Honesty. Merit Square Dealing.
Friends,
I in, too water
in tin- h of tin; .
your county, is a a lifelong
by hot enough The Lexington Dis-
patch says he a superior teacher,
i inn for a reel ear as . .
though it were car the P Internal
line. revenue officer is getting
ii it in . lo day. per day is not
enough to induce him vote
his own race and against
e interest of In
In- letter he
Some few -I, one, have read re-
read it. ban- heard discussed
often for sides, and, so far, have been
I unable I. more than honestly
. i in New . . .
Don't forgot lo pray
your pastor.
a word of ii t. voters of North
i; Carolina for ratification. I shall
i fur its ratification myself and
invite friends of all
political parties Join In so
cause, the
will make your pastor vain.
scatter all your rise due-
the n. of . i-l
ate, an i lb i.-.-;. II;. until
tin- dies or resigns.
forget your
has been chosen by Keep the ball tolling.
vine guidance, lo be your witnesses are coming out of
and as lie intelligent. worthy Republicans
know conditions of each Populists fur the amendment.
r that I will support and every lime trouble, n
I.
bring races
and peace to homes of both, it
would lie worth all it Cost of
effort, and patience
cure Its Times.
lie first to citizenship in
the milliner prescribed by law.
See. person offering Io
vole shall be the time a legally
registered voter as herein
and in the manner
provided by law, and General
Assembly of North Carolina shall
enact general registration laws to
carry into effect the provisions of
this article.
Boo. person presenting
himself for registration shall in.
able lo read and write any section
of the constitution the English
language; and, In-fore he shall Is.-
entitled to vote, he shall have paid
on or baton the first of May, of
the which he proposes lo
vole, his poll for the preview
year as prescribed by Article
Section I, Hut
whether Of not,
treason
or felony, or other crime
which the punishment may be
the penitentiary,
since becoming of the
United States, or corruption and
in unless such
person be restored lo the
rights of a manner
prescribed by law.
Sec. p. That this amendment i
the Constitution, shall go
feet on the first day of July, 1908,
if a majority of the votes cant
the general election shall In
in amend-
Sec. This amendment to the
shall
general lo the
voters of the State, In the
Remember the while
pay 2-5 of the total taxes
and the pay but l, I-
right; was over right fair
the voters who
paid the should choose
state officials and the white
race that paid The
low who yes lo this
of and
guilty as sonic om- said in
our hearing when we were a boy,
All be righted. Com
sense and common
have an important hand in
government. Ignorance in land
ever long controlled Intelligence.
Congressman II. White,
the only in who so
badly this district,
was on the train going
afternoon. Jim
ate the .-,
The endue
tor told him lie would have In
move
lie objected and slid lie didn't
want to go iii there. The
tor told him he could either in
there where be In longed with
other i i gel oil the . .
hesitated, or eight
while men gathered around
not to an
other word, that would lake
pleasure In i I
th.- train I In
put meal the work.
carry pastor per-
difficulties which you might
bur-
den him v.
only can answer.
Don't j pastor i-
l nun a Mesh man
I till feelings a- lender and
sacred as tin- n -i of
Here is w the
reports as -i;. rights ;.
in an interview i
My advice to the colored people j our pastor i.
Is lo Id this j him of faults of bis
II
alone. I ate helpless,
I bent leave it the w
going to be main
mi until -i i aside
and their opposition only
bitterness against them pills
iii.-in in peril. I l
the III i
In lie Made . p Issue.
man
the Alter
a i lie j. i i in u- ill .,
nothing bill for u t. n lo
and in the
. lei H In-
lei
.
ion
in
up the fragments j.
to foist tr church
limn II inn , , . , .; ; u,,.
in and his aim fill -i ;,,. look u,
their grips and will meet What ail
an electoral lb . , .,.,,
business men politicians,
Republican machine ticket
should u tin- at
Ive the state t.
quickly moved in the
reserved for
Impudent seems, will
never learn his place. Ho tried i.
w Idles
Messenger.
LOSS by I
The loss of human life light-
States during
I ho year was greater any
preceding year for which
ti.-- have nays the
S. Tile
. outright or
injuries which resulted in
death was number of
injuries vary-
in from slight
to painful burns
paralysis was The
has
by A. Henry, Monthly
Weather by
weather bureau. The
lies, percent., were
op ii. The greatest
i in -ii par
cents ii per cent, occurred under
tree and n per cent, in
a killed
in . clothes from
a ire clothes lines or coining near
III
It is not so writ In the histories of I pie.
the world and, not doubt, while-
a Tar made I
boron year or ago. mean j
lie thinks he is too good
to-it with hi-la. e and knows hi- is j
too Inferior In all with while
force
lie is u
the councils of the
TAKE
per bottle, Cures and
Fever, Malaria, Sweats
If It doesn't,
No other as good. I let the Kind
with from on the label,
Sold and guaranteed Woolen,
Bryan and druggists,
I contempt whiles and
Press.
known fuel i
ii
more Interest in himself and
business in it given length of lime
The it ii mini
limes i .
It -ti luge, conn
Mini ii.
best have no legs.
for
that her lines arc not
In places.
Hum an old. well ii and re-
. led The I. lid. Ill
In lake I
; . II
.
. I be .-.
. ; n hill lb I-
. much lo put in a ill
I business limn a business,
Trade
I e your us n sen
lo lend
an I in the evening
Iii. n -i-r-
vii.- i mi
The ends of Mr.
of will
be ti lo learn that he has
I he
i-
bun, slate, if he
Tilt B ST I HILLS
is ii bottle of e's
Tasteless Chill Tonic,
and in a form
So cure pay. Price
E CH v
Robert's
to lake, Money
refunded if it fails,
fin Iii- purities and
--1 ii Hut son well. None as good
, drug
ton
; .,,. ii ,,, . ,. ,
re in Hi de fact, DEN
a c N.
In ii -c hen I lie White
person Ian spinster.





V-1-1
i i
the skeleton., leaving MM Hut he
. ,;
N. of C. B. for
mi
D. j. which
at the Post at
Greenville. X. C, as
Mail Matter.
v, ii;
enough souse in the entire State Democrat
of Democratic avalanche together with the county
will sweep the and Mate ticket, down to township Constable.
first Thursday i. At- these ere
applause that was truly deaf-
Court House make
tis usual and was met
OUR NOMINEES
the few scattering Populists that
are left u
of Democrats being
led out of curiosity .
National Ticket.
You Register Like A White
Man, or Ate You A Political
Eunuch.
Well the lay of has
registered
deem is glad the w fad,
Major among us bis ail- hope you have not made your
last a- delighted I self that despised thing among
with bis speech.
eunuch. Hut if you have, in
not sorry for you, even a tile
Tor
WILLIAM BRYAN,
Nebraska.
bit; it was your own fault, and
none on earth. Von are now
to he despised, rather than pitied,
Tor
K.
of Illinois.
whom he called and
and he and bis
Hector, l.-i Hist. party classed No
L.
of
For Congress, 1st Dist.,
JOHN IF. SMALL,
of Beaufort.
State Ticket.
CHARLES B.
of Wayne.
For
WILFRED
of
For Secretary of States
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
of Pitt.
For
R. LACY,
Wale.
For
i; P.
of Cleveland.
For Attorney
ROBERT
Haywood.
There must be lots of fun put
ting up ticket just to see it de-
;, i- speech any rate the Populists,
seemed to have one object in or black or what- for you worse than the eunuch
view and that was to mislead and ever yon ma, call seem torn., of the Good Book
deceive a clam of white take view They to
Saturday and under en-1 U
of Thompson with.
. .,, The desperation of
Butler I
brought out a For two or haM equal of
three weeks previous to this Hoy and Abe
had been beating over the county
in some Democrats weak
k K Kill LETTER whose own people will voluntarily. B.
with eyes wide
have it, and at the same
time damned its future forever
Cod pity the white
then
Put do not for a moment I-
catastrophe is
Surely we have not
bad as to deserve the visitation of
such a curse, and it will not fall
upon us And the chief reason
for say is my tin., the
formers and white working men of
the towns and cities will make
impossible by their vote next
Thursday.
II. C. Gannon.
K. I
In-
Fir Superintendent Public
THOMAS P. TOON,
Robe on.
For Commissioner
L.
c, an
HENRY B.
of Davidson.
For Corporation
SAMUEL I. ROGERS,
FRANK
HUGH M LEAN,
of
OVERMAN,
id Rowan.
County Ticket
man knows bet-
than Thompson no
white man will be disfranchised by
by and no bum
the State more state-
he knows to be fake than be
d in bis appeal to a certain class
of white men whom be dishonors
every
near white men
in the elect on. returns
will convince Mr. Thompson
these men are not so a-
be represents them to
son and bis crowd have been
the ad-
that white men by the
thousands would not be able to
under our present election
law. see bow much truth
this assertion.
flu registration have
been closed and every white man
who desired has placed bis
up, and these
I in- second of August will show
Thompson he did not do-
. . . . , V I f III ill i
two and a bail hours
I. u Saturday. Cy, like hi
. dies bard, be Is
by . i there arc no
. r In ibis section. Yon
had yum and now you
depart and
and deservedly, too.
other twin managers
Among acts of in-
somebody
EVANS, CANNON CO.,
AT
Old Greenville Warehouse.
the desire to place names before the
of Pitt and adjoining counties as solicitors of
patronage for the sale of Leaf Tobacco the coming season, be-
ginning August 1st, 1900. Knowing we possess the
means and judgment of Leaf Tobacco necessary to run a
good-ale. we you that you will get the very highest
market price for your tobacco.
R. S. EVANS, known among the boys as noted
for his good judgment of tobacco liberal country buying,
was cashier a partner of the late firm of Evans,
who is thoroughly familiar with all branches of
Gubernatorial candidate trade, will run the sale.
II. A. TIMBERLAKE, who was formerly with the Star
rehouse, is now with US. He is a good judge of tobacco,
as auctioneer, will assist us in seeing that every pile of
;,.
enough to allow their put forging
of Chairman Simmons name to
on toe ticket. They failed on
that point, and the they
have set up is going to be buried
of sight, there is not a man
on the Democratic county ticket
who will get less than
On the 2nd of you must
rote every officer front
nor down to township Constable
and Justices of the Peace. And
the Legislature that is elected must
a Senator,
Keep this all in mind and vote the
Democratic ticket.
and document.
under same ever with lit-
and broad.-a-t over
State. Mr. Simmons now
a reward of for
will convict the
who have had the false lac
simile i presumably a
of his name made. Mr. Simmons
stales even some of the fusion
using these counter-
and false letters and signature
Bat
both Butler and have
late that there is
they will not stoop to i
attempt keep themselves and
their pals in office.
A week be at
polls id
bast should
Keep the fact wed mind
he election conn-
the d day of August, and
the I u. ,. and while skin
Stale officers and in suite will there,
are all lobe for. you depend--and it docs seem
white heart,
who is and Influenced by
Is ii a bit strange every
fully understands the mean
Constitutional Amend-
n. w I there are many
net in lo
knows
Put ill your the
Democratic State, county and a-
ship tickets between now and
day.
I n
spirit of has taken
hold of Greenville that strikes a
popular chord, or meets a
more urgent need I ban the step
just taken by Greenville Lodge No
A. K. M. t.
the greed of office or the promise
if vole white
on eventful day, and that a
victory for White
and the ticket is as
There Is about
bow all while men of sufficient In-
though unlettered,
to -book lo
the motives of the will
vole.
But, unfortunately, have
been some uneducated white men
win. nave been made the of
the insinuating lies of
Thompson admit- that he favored
the Amendment a year ago and so
expressed himself diver-
But he had not been prom-
the Pop. nomination for Gov-
may be,
thing else
of
county, one Of the two
Democrats In the who
voted against the bill to submit the
to the people, now an-
that he favors and will
support the Amendment.
legislator of
Brunswick i, who was
by a small majority by a
endorsed the
has been taken off the ticket by the
county committee. The so called
who Is not white
enough to advocate and vote
the Amendment when
a candidate the office, and the
legislature has no business
iii the Democratic party.
straight
J. W Scott, of Gainesville,
Ala., been elected president of
the College. SIM-
Dr. J. it-
Iv resigned.
The baseball fever been
so contagious and widespread in
this Slate In yea in as now. A
firm of ibis do-
a handsome silver vase lo be
captured that one of
ClubS the State League
which comes out winner at close
if the season. Till re are six clubs
and .
tobacco its worth.
H. C. who will have charge of the books, will
see that you are not delayed in getting your bill and check.
When you sell tobacco with us, we guarantee you
highest juice on all grades. Try us with your first load.
With the saving of In drumming, keeping our own
books, and other expenses cut at the start, we will put dollars
in the pockets of our patrons through the sale of their leaf.
We invite ail to visit us this coming season and note
our pi ices. We me yours to serve. EVANS, CANNON CO.
Special Notice.
We have decided not to hire any drummers, believing that
the are tired of so many men riding through the
country. Bring us your tobacco and prove to the m that
you are tired it. With this expense saved we can help you
much more in the sale of your leaf.
BEAD WHAT oil SAY ABOUT
Royal
Elastic Felt Mattress,
St. Mary's School, N. c, March
MeSS. Horde. X. C,
few months ago I purchased a Felt tress from
you. After giving it a thorough trial, I it the most comfortable
the Sen .
i G. J
; I
NICHOLS.
T. II,
for .
X.
MOORE
For Treasurer,
J. if.
Coroner,
I'm Surveyor,
n.
For Commissioners,
R. I. DAVIS,
w. o,
Thompson, the man who was
nominated for Governor by the Pop-
state Convention, but who as
lib nice can tot
ii. s,. who can lead
and write Ii would
be in of the if it
;, in- alike
. the illiterate shits t.
j on see lb it only
will be disfranchised
men talk like
i, hi in fat r n if they
kt .-. not
. fin
ought to be able to
the as well
; do believe
there I a single white man who is
oppose I lo t be because
be does be
against it about the only
plausible reason Is be thinks
ii e makes us u
i- I In- white man and he i-
n see the
it State and
peace and happiness on. homer.
of these sines been made to
see and truth, but
not all. there may be some felt
in still groping
in the darkness doubt and de-
who have railed
the advice of their best
Bee these men this week again,
my brother. Don't lei them be
i establish a and who, at one time least.
female school here. to be ready to vote
that mean-1 all there has own families. Most
read and that the would get a good
school of this kind, and a-it failed
in come otherwise Masons to-
that they would establish a
-i Conduct it under the
auspices i thus bring-
to it the and co-
operation community.
Acting upon this idea the Lodge
held a meeting Tuesday afternoon
i . the mailer, though I .,, ,,.
Ii bad twenty-four hours no they would he
there was large attendance , themselves
man and all were enthusiastic for the are they
enterprise. At this meeting n,
was decided to establish the school long after the election.
and begin with opening of
all schools. The a
suitable building and lot on the There has been no feature of tin-
I'm and Second campaign so pitiable awful as
a I sight bald working
a consisting of J allying themselves against
Worshipful Master B. L. their best interests and their own
x. M. Watson. I. future industrial as well as
Hairy Skinner. Ii. King. I. II. cal freedom and
U. W was with the and the
to have the direction of white skin office-holding crowd,
school, employ teachers the money there is
make any arrangements, personally, against
It i- highly lo the aim lie very class
Masons that they have lake tin- linen who, all men in the world.
-tip. The community should j ought lo heartily desire and
or them for should give Supremacy, and
their aid in making a for win. ill certainly benefit
girls of which Greenville may he
proud. me to think of
the condition the poorer
the League Tarboro,
Statesville, Durham, Charlotte and
Alter giving n a
Wilmington, ., most Mattress I ever
ban. are the two leading teams in i- both cotton and hair and greatly prefer this
the race so far. to either. Wishing you much success with your Fell Mattress, I am
A most horrible tale is received Mrs. M. Matron.
here of the death from actual star- After night's if it is not all you even
,. . .,,. ,.,,., hoped for a comfortable bed, return it to us and we win refund
ration, neglect and consequent am , w m w , you not being out
ease and children J
of a white man in Bath county. rAN oN.;. dealer does not handle
named George w. Griffin, who to- mattresses, write lo us direct for pamphlet descriptive of same.
conspirator, it is alleged, are M of Furniture, Mattresses, etc, C S. .
The stricken and diseased
iii jail.
children were dumped out of
welling into old unused oat-
on the premises, and the
older ones told out for the
whole When neighbors
found three were dead
two -till alive, with vermin and
maggots eating into their
And yet some there is no
need of missionaries The
Major w. A. of Dur-
ham, spoke to a good audience Id
the Court House here Tuesday
night. speech was of a very
little of tin
ordinary line of political speeches,
North Carolina.
Oilers young women thorough literary, classical, scientific
industrial education and special pedagogical training. Annual ex-
every county in the State except
ibis pa., of candidates for the gab of pupils, to in
all free applications should be August .
,. competent
ADAMS i.
Get a good Safe
The Victor safe is made in all sizes con-
applications tie August
Correspondence Invited from those desiring competent trained
For another
revenue gang here
Major John W. Graham,
of the Rep, lake
Adams or Thompson will
succeed. Thompson
a at Aral his , u,. , ,, ,,,, ,., .- . .---------
for homo, farm, arid
u powerful i with a guarantee to
with the
Thompson has beat Co.,
and will remain as the head of
ticket. n.
Reynolds, Bowman,
Alexander are said
lobe the other left on
the ticket, now in
bands of the printers.
till.
State but who . . ,
ordinary line A cough party was clam of whites will flaw
ye, docs not now whether or no, I . h ,,. S ,,,,
be is a spent av . . Z ,,,,. ,,.,
am m Greenville f . . , . . after the mob and horde
h la Hie Juvenile a .
in
, . i and led bin.
party
clause providing invitation
this county and enough of In foot It was one of most .,, ,, unless the the of
. ii. we ban- seen recipient had whooping and Carolina
States whore they are,
it. , .,, u. .
i. re- begin lo
With and emphasis de- foil Stale the
in the South or the
who
upon a skeleton for the Dam-
k out. many
of axed up
during hi
Major
The Herald says there lain Fast
a family is
one of the largest in State.
The head of this family i- Mr. Mar-
he has
IT
great grandchildren, making a to-
of in his family In
log Of hut family MT-. says
that each and every . will vote
Prices range up.
J. L. SUGG,
Greenville, N.
The North Carolina College of
Agriculture and Mechanic Arts.
Haas , ,,,,,
IN Stock
t and Electrical Engineering, In-
Architecture.
PR IN Carpentry. Wood turning,
Mill work, lending, lending,
Dynamo tending. ,
no i van Board W month. Heal session opens Bet
lamber in inch County Court house, July
will vote A M, a, the College . and 6th.
who can vote For full GOO. i.
anything.
They Stand The Test.
That is what Every Pair of
no.
Some Speak to Some to You
Marion
from
W. A. lo Kinston
Tuesday afternoon.
ii. Garden d Tuesday
evening visit to
l. II. Holt, of Oak
this morning from Kin
AND
s NOTES.
My Stock
is Complete
IN ALL LINES.
W. II. . v up this morn Hon. W. A.
Kins,,,,,. day and
this
P, Vandyke went over t
morning.
in,
Miss Kate
rived Tuesday evening to Miss ,,,.,,.
Hun. Cyrus Thompson left Sat- Una
afternoon tor Kinston. ,, ,, . ,
J. a
Mrs. L. left Ibis morning the Southern Co, left
to visit relatives in
. ,,,.,,
Ii. Cox, candidate
-mil i ii g ill.
Carey Mayo and lay
this afternoon for Kinston and
la guaranteed . do. Can you imagine a severe, teal rt Oil
tie one leg of a pair of to the ceiling swing a keg
nails weighing pounds to the other leg Thai is the test
I,. Homing wile
child returned Saturday
from Nags Head.
Tuesday
B. A. Darden, Wilson,
arrived Tuesday evening lo
Mrs. Las .
Miss Mamie Raleigh,
arrived Tuesday hi visit
her uncle, Dr. W. II.
. i window and hundreds of people have looked i.
Dutches
from Seven
Ii as an on tin-
ii week
lo note arrival I
who bad
several from home
Scotland Ne, i,. ill i and
places.
V, e id, hod ii i from
tonic- Slate last week .
i, , , . . like b
hilled June . lat
At prices that will suit you.
COME AND SEE THEM.
White.
Mrs. l. Hamilton
alter spending several days j L v,,,, h,
hen- visiting tin- l- l. i
returned to their home in
Misses Minnie and Ku- ,
log Mrs. T.
SEEK HEARD IN WASH.
White, B. K. Patrick.
I Walter Wilson and W. C. Hooker
send I bit
exactly like set
also I open e hope
lo gel more of such letters.
Hi , ,.
returned this morning from
To See Us.
Ai re,
here we have
just w and fresh
.,,
Heavy and Fancy Groceries
. listing Meal-.
.,. t Canned Hoods,
Whichard m organ- tobacco, Cigars,
. Ml i -1
RIB.
Home People Interested lo H
Mr. II. M If aider returned Sal
, h
lo iii en at the
I Ii I
. i fruits, every thing
Misses Minnie Tunstall and Del i must congratulate
Forbes and I. C. Tunstall left this items arc I
are built in stand any kind of service and a goes and It. C. Tunstall -mi. my items are j has In
in afternoon lo spend a week in correctly by other his new
with every pair if a pulls off or if they rip. eon.
ma, in a . . ., ,,.,,,,,.
Williamston,
Pl the market
. . M . . till U
it work
Get best when buy be sure you gel the
None genuine without the name on the button.
and wife
little Misses Until and
this from Seven
Springs.
from a tour the
I lorn for the Amendment,
i was in town today.
paper for which I have written. Miss Cannot
A from New- i.-. Mi nil
lien, on I Have yon I
. in your life used one our
pay
M, for all kinds
. Country Produce,
cash or ill barter. When
lo Bell or alien you
to buy tO see Us.
Hiss
on steamer
is billed
Dr. Job., is preparing
to build on K.-l
I ween and
pail our ear, els,
or any font
or W
if Kinston. I
I alter spending a on vs hue vis
ten Saturday afternoon for the
I a visit at in
in the near future build a
after spending a res days in.
The barbecue Old Ford was at-
tended by and was
en Market and us a let-
N. S. t ,.,,., what you
i lint i t. .
II- While is very splendid success. also include
think oft hem in your way, ii
will very
mean business, and will
your letter in I in.
circular
REFLECTOR B- While is also include
aw ; over the presence voting At. ii-o bile we are
j Leroy, mouths old son . his i,,,,,. young few rail. If yon knee
NOTICE. , of Mr. and Mrs. If. C. iii time t us largely much a
MASK The little will not vote yet awhile. dozen vol, ,
To all who favor us with their
patronage we promise entire sat-
T. F. CO.
at Five Points
THE ME
Edition.
Ii more the price
here one had sick some weeks.
in margin of
so remind yon that you took place Sunday
for I afternoon at o'clock in
subscription and request Hill Cemetery. Messrs.
I.-. ,;,,.,, and same j, ,,,. ., .;, ;, we are
Forbes came up ibis morn- number whiles. sure you would
. big from Item Why Sam send all out
and we Messrs. II. i ibis.
to settle as early CM. II. I. -In J China, ho y. ,
We need what bearers, to
owe us and hope you will not Mayor J. Q. left
keep its waiting for it.
This notice is for those who
rind the cross mark on their
paper
One More In Jail.
,,, need men
ho has i-
-pr
loll. ii to hi- bane
Of get left.
Z. P. let this morning Mrs. K. s. Marsh, Jr.
Aaron a was brought for Chase Oily, .,,,. ,, for
, here and placed in jail by Ii. Pearce and Ii. C.
IT the Constable of town- Jr., left Monday afternoon for t. has Marled
ship for resisting an officer up on full
. .- ., ., . . . . ,,
Attention is called to the not
don Saturday. The is a
Attention is called to f , .,,, , or
m creditors Laura
of estate of W. K four man to arrest him. lie has
lonely given people of
Friday is day of den trouble by his disorderly eon
erotic
A large crowd will go over from
, j A. Gotten.
is called to
of the many I
University at There is Ly man A. Col ten will be glad to
no batter school tor young ladies of his promotion. That
in the State. , an V. S.
There is not a safer way lo send and commands the II. S. Ship
money than by express money ; This ship will be
office being Was sent from to
relief of the V. S. Ship
convenient for people desiring when in trouble and gave the
money relief. The is in
The examination, for County China the of Boxer
to the Agricultural and trouble will be watched with
Mechanical College at N, j interest by the people Of North
will hold in my next who know its Com
Saturday, July 38th,
at III clock. All
will be present at that
time
of
Jr., has accepted were blessed on Sunday with
a position as salesman S.
Whit
a large and fall
of temperature.
quite a number of our
went lo on
turned lo bi- at
mill Monday morning.
In- mid
while it was being led w
lie -pent
three days
CK
Norfolk. II. M I
Three of the arc
well kt to people
and
dispute, ;
an Pin count boys
W. It.
,; young men l highest
and
Mr. i-
lilts been
. f.,. than any oilier newspaper publish-
In the pal years . service
bus rank with our all the Is
business men. The by of few dailies. Its reports
cw II in Boer war have not been
,, . . in and
Ml; and with
flout fail In
i; , Us political
i.-. absolutely impartial. This
i see Midi a man of especial value to
bin. World's reg-
. . per year, we offer this
I up ; . BE-
Town Flounces. week one year for
. iv in p i- is print ;.
, , of
a -.-iii mi .
l hi year ending N A i i
June This M ll I
claim and s -it
lowed In the Hoard
Mrs. Iv. II. Tail child and
Tall left this morning for
Plymouth.
K. loll Monday n,,. Nicholson is
evening to spend a few days . f the peace
City. ,
rule.
lo whom paid, for
and the II. s mailer
. , , even oil .
,. . m . N. C. dull
Mr. preached
.,,. and Sun-1
, Hie .
-till; i ., III
K., 1-J J J . ; . ,.,,.;,, , always
to attend Hie meeting p. is ; ; ,,.,.
the legislature. ,,., ,,.,,, . .-. 1- I- .,,, r. ,,. kept on
K . , . , ,,. ha. I. .,. c, and
marble cutter Pf-J . . ,,,, . I, I will you.
Lanier. . ,, . evening at i. ,.
w . n . . A. C. Line had J. W.
Mrs. . A. and
Miss Ida Tucker left Ibis morning he . ,.
Mrs. W. A. and
Miss Ida Tucker left
for Scotland Neck.
Alderman W. It. Parker is act-
lug Mayor pro hi the
of Mayor Move.
Express Moved
Mr. J.
Agent for Ibis division of
Southern Co., in
Monday evening to have ex-
press office at moved
from the depot down town.
Ticket.
On Saturday the Populists
much caucusing selected the fol-
lowing
Senate, A. J-
Legislature. J. Tool and
Chapman.
W. Harrington.
Register of Deeds, w. M.
County Commissioners,
transfer was made today and J. T. Hodges and ii. I.
express office Ii now in Johnson.
building, having select ion Ml for
express shipments lo make here- and is presumed
A wrap
and but for parties interfering hi
would have got in m- than be bar-
for.
Rev l. W. Halts is holding
of moorings Heaver Dan.
hero, and several been added
A passed
In- road last nigh, to speak
barn i .,
I. .- in. in
, . a- d.
b is b
and Ada
man came Ibis morning
to Mrs. Gardner.
Miss Sugg little Jes-
Lee and this morn
lug from Kinston to visit Mrs. Ii
Mis-es Blanche -Mayo
of near cam
N. C. July -I-
Miss Bruce of Kin-
is Hardy.
and Vi . J.
Monday In
and
Joe Cox, -11 III
luck loose Iii hi idle
Hoy's don't lake I , idle.
Little .-
sick.
a hi I hi
I He. Mr.
Mi. I did so, noble
speaking.
today front kit, rap
lie table
work hard time.
-i.
Mis , Ilium lie Mayo and
I left lo visit
. I-. House, ill
. I inn lay and
j . u
, . Mi- re-
Little 1.1.-. 1- nimbi.
walk, can by -pi In
in ii-- home
i, I Mat
should govern no
House Full Smallpox.
they were left for Republican
to till in.
Dead.
colas Carr, who
near ,
Monday night to Mm. I. K. left morn.
. , . ., for
Mrs. K. I., and daughter,
Miss left this den Monday.
morning to spend some
for
. , , , , i some weeks has been declining
Winston Salem, July -I,
-Postmaster his en-
tire family at have
smallpox. He was in Winston to
day when a physician discovered
that Mr. Wagoner had I ho disease.
He was examined by another doc-
tor when the postmaster admitted
that he had been broken out for
ten days, but ho did not think it
was smallpox
the of his family wore
the same nay. Mr.
allowed logo home.
morning bis homo near
Sparta, in The
was hold at o'clock this
morning.
GOT. Carr spent his life upon
farm, except the four years in
which he was Governor of
Stale. He was a man of
. actor, in MOM a true
courtly gentleman, and warmly
i.; Ada for her
; home near Monday.
Mrs. Stafford and child M. II. Tucker, who has
who have been visiting relatives
tor left this morning for I here, hi-home Monday.
Miss Proctor accompanied A meeting for rain
them there
Monday lo assist In
the initiation of wine
In the Odd lodge
there.
Mrs. Lulu
been sick for pi-l d .;
Mi Skin.
I. ; , of i
-pent hi and I
Jack.
Millie and
Clara Hell, of
days
Mr.
Mi- I in Spain, a
held here Sal morning. ,.,,,,,
Messrs. P. M. D. L. A party of thirty four wont on a . red shins Yea
James, and I. II. render went to night. , m n ,
Hardy, Ayden,
Sunday w hi- mother.
Crops were icy much refreshed
by the rain
fa. ton n
. ship 11.11 in Monday on bust
. lies-.
II. lie
Winnie, re
mi in w Monday
.; Mr. John
. house ;, by light-
damaged some,
are getting very
tin tin -aim
and by all who
knew him. His death is loss lo
the State.
LY SO,
i. Moore spent day in
II, King, of
this morning.
It. c. Pearce returned this mom
for a
Rev. II, Morton, pastor I In
lean In III
We understand that all the bind- has been a
arc to to ,,., n,,,,,,,.,, .
up on day, August
They Should Ho So,
W. II. i ox returned t-
evening,
2nd, done at the elect ion
two In
With such Issues as arc
slake we every
white man l to give one
aid his party.
lion through, Urn mouth August
with hi faintly gone lo
pond his collage
l n . N. V. We h lb.
in I'd hue in every
raj
i ll
I Km, i V
. . . .
Friend
i . a.
Nil . , i .
.
I . . .
m . loan Hum I.
. ,.
. in
, .
I., I
g . , list
; here,
Limb, from
nil- in II
Y . K Million
Stilton .- veil sick.
in. tin- picnic
I.
an Armory.
The
iii lire
e, ball. Mr. A.
his hall to the
lo be used as an armory, but
u ; i the
drawn. The company has
decided whore they ill
hail tin i. a. The rifles and
company arrived
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Statement of Town Finances.
LIST OF
HI M . A
. I
II II
.-I HORSES
Audited and Allowed by the Hoard Aid. r-
men the Town of Greenville from
July 1899 to June 1900.
ELECTIONS.
I. Hag it.
.
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M. r.
II. M. Stark, j .
HI A. A. .
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T. H. I
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lint tin .
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William .
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William .
BOB .
IN .
William House .
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II I. Smith Co.
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p, i. i .
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ii Hooker .
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W T. Godwin .
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W. K.
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W. II Smith
W. II Jam,
I;.,. Johnson .
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W. H. James .
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Ml ii
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Allen Blown .
Brown .
Allen .
B. Ci.
W. J. .
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T. H. Moor .
J II. Cherry a Co .
Allen Brown
j Cherry ft
II. A. While .
Baker Han .
s k a i .
Allen .
AH, n Brown .
T. R. Moor .
J II. II. A , i.
A Hart .
J. II. ft Co.
j A. Andrew .
M Woolen .
j. ii Cherry ft Co.
Ami.
CO
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do
II
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Oil
i;
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Tried Friends Best.
Pills have
n invalid.
Are truly the tick
A Known
.,.
and all kindred diseases.
Liver
AN CURE.
given the book of
will I. from A.
M . of Iron, Thursday
June Saturday. July
s, t I Till, i
lion of
I. each Saturday during
i period and hour
In b the
at Points in
June
I;,
RHEUMATISM CATARRH CURED
Johnston's
TIE SHADOW OF DEATH.
SALE.
Oxford Seminary for Girls
OXFORD. N C
Slit Am
Urge Bra
Pull
mil tin
for,
REWARD
II
By virtue of until
W. II A
and of
and
now in I'm
will on
the In 1900, exp o
door in
N. c, o Hie
rash
I lo nil I land in
lauds of
one acres
Ks.
Tins June
I.
. I
are
and
I . . SI N
ii
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w. ii. .
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II ,.
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V.
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V. II Sin
son
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ii M M l i-
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r. m
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Tan Refunded
Lin .
Attorney .
Mark, I II u,
Lamp.
. sins
. I and
.
in
.
i.- and Si
IS I
n i
we i I it
if ,
cure
Pill, Who
with -r,. v
fall to He t
nil-. boxes pills. .
Seal
VI. I Mint
, u. ill
i I, N
and ti
Coal I., is
. .
V .
I. .;
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-i i
tin-
county.
Will
K i, is
lo till I
W. K.
ii-i it u lo ma payment on or
r. day t July or
Moll, e . I , ill
All art i-
lo make immediate lo ma
Tic- of July
in A
o Hi, last of W. K
I v
ii.
.
I. WHITE.
In with Town of
malt ft W, I.
Police T. F
lie II. M K
of v-t
N. Mint
I, In W. II. lain
Collector
w. r. mi.- , inn . e
II A
T .-mill. Polk
King,
. i;
i it t
To v- nor nut
in. i th, Board Aldermen no
i. I are and upon
S,, i will lint lie of
piers tint during the year. i due to his paving
,.,,. , r Hoard when there n money In the
Famous CI
and Laxative, core
r all malarial and billion For sale by
Harrington, Barber
X.
N . . V. ,
. , . .-
tub of
Dorm Carolina.
The Head of tho State's
Three loading
in Degree.
in Law,
School for Teacher.
i and
r . . Loans to Needy. Free
Tuition Tuition to Candidates
Minister's
Sons Teachers,
ill
In the
faculty. awl in-
r. v President,
Chapel Hill, X. C.
K.
j In
Court.
Col
Victoria vs.
above named will take
notice that as
of
I'm county lo obtain a divorce from
of the
mil be is required
lo appear at the next term of
the so
I after In Sept.
being the day Sept,,
t Ike Court in N. V.
answer or demur to tin In
ink a, lion, will apply to tho
for relief demanded in com-
plaint.
May 1800
c.
Clerk Superior Court.
K for pill.
A w hi
C. II who keep a
millinery and fancy tore at
Co., Mich., and who i
well known throughout the country,
r-1 was badly trembled with
catarrh and I bad
liver complaint and Tery I
in a bad condition; every day be-
to fear that should be a
well woman; that have to
down into a invalid, and
live in the of death. bad
rec-
me. I TOOK FOUR
AND IT CORED HE, and
cured my family both. I am Tery glad
that I beard of it. I would cheerfully
recommend it to every one. I have
taken man other kinda of medicine.
I prefer to all of
U CO., Milk.
; .
PILLS
Vitality, -o-
Core of
i, all
or
tonic M.
blood builder. Brinn
pink to pail
C and
of Hy mail
e i-.- f
p-f t
SO
TO
The of
baring Liter.
to me, on the
lay May. on the ,, Thomas
I. Notice is
to the
lo to the i . b r-
and all. r, of aid or
their properly
the twelve
after dale notice, this
notice will be plead bur of their
This I he day of May.
It.
J.
TO CREDITORS.
the
Clerk of county a
of the Will Testament Nancy
notice g l
nil indebted lo to
Immediate and
all . , . claims
arc hereby lo the same
or before the day
April. be pi
bar
day of April,
Jams
Executor of Nancy Wallace.
18.00. with our bankable
or th money paid. Send circular
. copy our guarantee
core for Lo-s of Power.
or AM
I'm I-, Ataxia.
Fits. tn
of
By mail In plain a
our
anus our. In or refund
money paid. Address
CO.
Clinton
THE
sale I
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N C
III
J.
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r a. Hurl i
II ,
II cm.
John,
HO
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hard II.
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Clark ,
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V.
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II
II
In
. f urn i.;
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i , , i i . i i i .
in. lilt tin. Its OUT -1
--i. x nil.- I. i r
.,., hi., iii T
ti- ii ii i getting .
i- l II, t,
i i .
r tin
, ii.
t A if I .-i
hi
t i i in
,. it-t n i
Fall Term Begins Sept. 1900.
boys and girls bi
duties life. Pupils take
iii
i full de-
our Com-
A well
Moral loll
I'm- further Informs
Bethel. X.
J. D.
POSTED,
hereby warn nil persons Prom en,.
upon of lauds
for the purpose of with nut
or Any one ., will
hi law.
O. It. T
A I. Win. ii Mm.
Trinity College
rs
Large
with and
r.
t., be
spent past year. I
N C
OLD DOMINION LINE
,.,.,.
r I Mini
. ti p
, ,, K I
. .
I ,, III
. I .
a Hart
H I .
c i
I. I. Woolen
ii kin
.; . r . i ,
. 11.11 .
K, .
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v .
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in i
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in,
I n
II
II
mm
Seven Springs Hotel.
NEW KM
Tin. mineral waters,
bladder troubles All seven
Kin
i i
ring baa d
liver
if at
nil P,
M .
I.
I.
ft
Wool ii
ii
. .
La rT. O.
.,
I III ii
U ,. . I II I i
.- .
i; lib n
John I
Abraham
.
Wilier flee t I of
boarding and Seven water will lie
;. week A number of have been added
season, among them the bath being com.
i .
plated, a
professional barber
in
in
oilier
others
W. F. Morrill, Proprietor.
Seven Springs, N. U.
size. OP
Ill KIm
, ii i in g i el I in
Juli j, I. no i r of
I Public low of 1900 pro-
tin all for
i i in ml A for
i f i the Township
i i Pill n-
AH I I
iii paper, known bi
he printed in
i, I. -i. linens of which lime Is-, n
of Hie superior
i, county.
The sue of all ballots of Hie
nil Assembly In I'm M
and one wide one
half
Thai all in
live one half inch-
. i ., hie and that
all for die Township off,
in shall he two mi hill
lies
of .
Chairman Co,
Greensboro Female College
North Carolina,
Term
K. President,
-------I HI A Mil
. M. Schultz.
Wholesale retail Grocer
Dealer, paid for
Bides. Fur, Meed, Oil
Turkey. etc. Bed-
Oak Sails, Ba-
by Parlor
and
Tobacco, Key West
Beauty
lied Peaches, Apples,
Pine Apples, Jelly, Milk,
Flour, finger, Soap,
on,
Heel and Hulls, Gar-
den Meeds, Oranges, Apples,
Candies, Dried Apples,
Currents,
mid China Ware, Tin and Wooden
Ware, and Crackers,
Butter,
ard Sewing an-
other goods. Quality and
Quantity, Cheap for cash.
to see me.
SAM M
WHICH ARD, JR.
IN
Whichard, N. C.
The in every
purl men t as low Hie
prices
aid for country produce.
leave
ton A. M. for Green-
ville, leave Greenville daily m
I. M. for Washington.
Steamer
Mondays,
Fridays at
leave Tarboro for Greenville
Tuesdays, and Saturdays
at ii A. sf. freight only.
Connecting at Washington with
Steamers for Norfolk,
New Bark and
ton, and for all points for
with at Norfolk,
Shippers should order freight by
the Old Dominion B. Go. from
New York; Clyde Line from
from
and Line from
Boston.
Aft,
Washington, N,
J. J. .
N.
Tho Ono Cold Cure.
CM in by
. .
PATENTS
AND
At
hi
Book
J ,
FREE
PATENT
or t
MARK.
ml ,,, ,
BOOK ON
IN-
OP-
nice
TO
J. II.
-r
Week
III
The Eastern
D. J. EDITOR
PH . .
. .-
-AT-
VOL. XIX.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C, JULY
NO
OUR NOMINEES
National Ticket.
For
WILLIAM BRYAN,
Nebraska.
For
ADLAI K.
of Illinois.
For 1st Diet.,
L.
of
For Congress, 1st
JOHN II. SMALL,
of Beaufort.
State Ticket.
For Governor
AYCOCK,
of Wayne.
For Lieutenant
of
For Secretary of
J. BRYAN GRIMES,
of
For
BENJAMIN R. LACY,
of Wake.
For
B. F. DIXON,
of
For Attorney
ROBERT GILMER,
of Hay wood.
Fr Superintendent In-
THOMAS P. TOON,
of
For Commissioner
SAMUEL L. PATTERSON,
of Caldwell.
For Commissioner and
Printing
HENRY B. VARNER,
of Davidson.
For Corporation
SAMUEL L. ROGERS,
of Macon,
FRANK
of New Hanover.
Pot presidential
DAN HUGH
of Harnett.
LEE S. OVERMAN,
Rowan.
County Ticket
For the Senate,
F. G. JAMES.
For
W. J. NICHOLS,
T. H. BARNHILL.
For
O. W. HARRINGTON.
For f Deeds
T. It. Ml MIRE
For Treasurer,
J. B. CHERRY.
For Coroner,
Fin Surveyor,
J. D. COX.
For
J.
it. L. DAVIS,
W. G. LITTLE.
Prom on-
I.
Is there a understanding
between the administration and
the government of
by Secretary Hay and
other of the of
everything said to them by the
Chinese Minister as gospel truth,
is regarded as suspicions. Al-
though at by the entire
diplomatic corps and by
the public, Mi. Hay has
the cablegram alleged be train
Minister Conger Baying that
he and the other foreign ministers
in were all right, the
but in need of help, as gen-
and the other members of,
the Cabinet have even gone so far
as to throw Air. Hay
of votes.
i to be any trickery,
If there
it will be
concealed until after
seems to be a little early in
the campaign for Boss
henchmen to be putting Cakes
all the same they arc going It.
Several men known lo close to
have been idling up Wash-
newspaper men with stories
about worried the
was because of the refusal of sonic
of the heaviest contributors to his
campaign tend four year.-, ago to
give a cent this year, and of his
fear that the National Committee
would have to skimp its campaign
plan- for lock of money. The ob-
of these stories is to create tho
Impression among the democrat
that the republicans are going to
short of campaign money Ibis
1.1 CHERRY I C;
THE PEOPLE, OP
POT AND ADJOINING COUNTIES.
by publicity saying that his getting
year. It is, of course,
that message
Diplomatic
That message, lake
or genuine, was by the Chi-
minister for purposes of bis
about it, the credit is his. It is
whispered among European
mats that the ad-
ministration bits undertaken I
Hun spent
four years ago, and he es.
to spend quite as or more
this year, and he where
, to go to get it. If victims do
without
, he knows exactly how to
them wind he wants.
He must think democrats are
I easily gulled indeed, If bethinks it
We
are
in the forefront of the race after your patronage
he Lest selected line oft
General Merchandise
to Is-found in any store in County. Well choice
selections, the creations of the best of America
and Europe. Seasonable all the year Spring. Summer
and Winter, We are work for yours mil mutual ad-
vantage. It is our pleasure to show yon what you mid
Sell you if we can. We ii -1 en
attention, the liberal with a well
established business built up strictly on its own merits.
When you come to market you will do ell justice
if yon do not buying elsewhere.
Remember us and the following lines of general
possible to
the favored trusts which have
profited so largely by
will allow the Com-
lo lack to an-
other election.
A Woman Holds
of keeping the present
Chinese government in power, re-
of any decision of the
powers which are assembling an
army in China for allied action.
His to believe that Mr.
bus made
agreement. His own Imperial
schemes are enough to keep
him busy, without bis
those of China. ,.,,,,. , , ,.,,,
Senator Wellington, who sonic i of the name of I Gould living
lime ago declared he would., N. V. whose
support for re wife has lived in the same
throwing nuts to and eat at the same table with him
administration which it cannot or j without speaking to him for more
will not crack. The Senator twenty years. They were
while in Washington, a day or two married in have
ago; the situation the who are grown three
is as favorable as the ad- them arc married. About SO years
ministration would have us believe j ago husband wife
there is no reason twelve letter, becoming angry at
men could not be j of his remarks, declined
from there to service In Chi-1 would never speak to him
I Blink that would be again until he apologized, He is
fair quota of the International I too stubborn to and she
force the relief of become accustomed to silence,
beyond the protection of American and ii
life and properly, this country has M wives. They
Goods and Notions,
Shoes.
Jacket.- and Carpets, Mattings and .
A I; Of Violence.
In the I f
the South the charge
mil in t hi ,
, while and black.
I never in
North Carolina attended the
same amount personal violence
has now
drawing to a el. and we do
in j single instance
a aggressor.
The . have on
in case. Two of
-in. -1 recent and outrageous in-
this kind arc reported in
of this
. . 1.1
i, n Ob 1.11111-
Mr. Job , i- i,. 1.1
of the Democratic executive
. Sampson, was a
the
Kelly, of South I
Ion, ,. in bi .- ed I
insulted by a n young
iii.-n. To a be
bis at, I
again I Mot
I, wit. . I,
lieu. .
the slightest u n his
HOW'S THIS
, offer One Bandied Dollars
Reward for case of Catarrh
that ran not be cured Ball's Ca-
ll
P. J. Props.,
We the undersigned have known
P. for the last IS years,
him
lib-in all business transactions and
financially carry out any
mode by the firm.
West Brag-
i-is. Kin-
Marvin, Wholesale Druggist.
Toledo, Ohio.
Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken in-
acting directly upon the
mucous surfaces of the
system. Price per Dottie. Bold
by all Druggists. Testimonials free.
Hall's Family Pills are the best.
For s Own
i with interest that a
ed mil of Winston,
in hi to his
id i-1.1 of gel out of
Men's, Women's and Children's Shoe
Harness. Horse Blankets and Dusters.
and
part. The . is
Groceries.
Flour, Meat, Sugar.
Hardware,
Lard, Send ;,
no business to interfere with
the Chinese empire,
American soldiers should never
drive to town in the same buggy.
occupy the same pew
be bis sews
w bi f.
few days J. A. , ii, .
Senator from
bus an i, lid lie fin .
to the -i.
bis fusion opponent, on
of arranging a joint de-
bate, going there was ; upon
of thugs i ii. in,.
-1 I hi e, and
el beaten.
tis are to
are
of long news
for Furniture and everything in line, columns have told, from time to
We buy strictly for Cash, bill sell for Either Cash or on Approved
Credit. Our motto is Honesty, Merit and Square Dealing.
Your Friends,
Costings and Plow Fixtures. Nails and Rope.
Furniture,
form apart of an army for the con-1 buttons on his and fulfills all
quest of China. The European other wifely duties in Hie
powers have sowed the wind and commonplace way except
are now reaping the whirlwind. conversation, and the husband
They have been looking for trouble become accustomed to ail-
in China for a long time, and now by long experience, lie
talks to her without reserve, but
when is for her I
communicate with him HO
Mark well while man who
votes for the continuance of
rule in North Take
his name, make it a matter
of public record and let it forever
stand a witness of bis t to
bis rune and bis country.
lot such man receive the ever-
lasting of all good white
men. his memory
they have it. The tire they have
kindled is a one, and this gov
eminent should look well toil that
American troops are not used OS through her daughter, who lives
for the pulling out of Bu-1 with them and plays the pan of a
Secretary
ad i nil ion hopes
over lo the Cubans within the
next eight or there
are still men who believe the
island will have string toil when
it is turned over to the Cubans,
that Morel schemes for annex-
are being worked and en
by
the purpose of milking it appear
when the time is ripe, that the de-
for annexation comes from
the Cubans, lieu. Wood had very
little about annexation when
he was in Washington last week,
and little was not Important,
although he was cornered by one
and made to ac-
knowledge he believed large
majority of Cubans now
independent government, rather
annexation. The
knows its altitude to-
wards Cuba is being closely watch-
ed by the people, and net
seems to imply
good would not be kept with
the Cubans, would make thousands
telephone for the old
Record,
here was ii big Democratic rat-
on Monday
which Gov. The 1.1
Grange correspondent of Kin
ton Press
Ex-Go V. T. it i was ill the
best and for hours
crowd variously
led from with in-
creasing enthusiasm as his speech
progressed, and
many votes for amendment,
The governor knows how to hold
the attention of the people -the;,
have confidence in him.
TAKE TASTELESS L HO
Me. OR bottle, Cures Chills and
Fever, Malaria, Right Sweats and
Money back If It doesn't.
No other as mod, Get the kind
with Red Cross on the label.
Sold and guaranteed Wooten,
Bryan and druggists,
We have in id a lot of Si
it Chilled Single and
billing.
Hung
milt Hell i
horse. Call see
If would have been bet-
in . be said, if they
divided their votes, instead of
slaves to the
What he toys derives ad-
. fact he
i-n South Carolinian, in which
he are
and happier than in this State
I. .; of the fact that they do
. meddle with polities. Thus we
have from the mouth of a black
in the
advanced North Carolina in
view if the vote soon to be taken
the by
the best friends the have
. that the adoption of the
amendment will be greatest
to tho him.
self. His white neighbor is
together disposed like him, bin
bill cannot do so as long as he
rays himself solidly and consist
every election against the
white man's interest. It seems
that by his nature teachings he
will do as as he is In pol-
the sooner he gets
of ii better for all con-
The be.-l class whiles, in their
support of the amendment, are not
animated by a spirit of hate, but of
friendliness to the Tue
I V colored divine has it
should gel out of
polities for good. It is to
he regretted that be would
I his vote while he yet bud it;
that he has shown no appreciation
the responsibilities of citizen-
ship; ibid ii has been found
to remove forcibly from
political
lime, the past weeks, of
heaped upon
i in bumble while
no ii mi public highways, at
their at public
assemblage, in all eases ii was
account
were Republican or lie
the
This en he in North
.; ., lie
. puny II l I C the
; ii pi. par-
I. In viol
and insults lo
fellow party men have
subjected; under system
on fool by the
in worked through
Coiled in
still
upon the persons 1111-.
high
spirited men of this party have
H., .,; ., e general character of
upon i n lilted at their newspaper ii is easy to tell what
; Charlotte
Hon. ii in Moore.
Tools,
Plow
For
Builder's Hardware, Ready Beady Mixed
Paints, Pumps, Mails World's Best.
GREENVILLE, N.
Mr.
Mil .
on
was one
1.1-1 heard
n opened,
ion. How white man could
., polls after hearing
urn the ion in cast
under rule and
vote lb i-
tend The
it bite will let pie
in thing
like is to be pitied Mr. night
, unite a number j
in it
the I. He is in
favor of measure because be
wants to the black incubus re-
ed from body politic.-
lord
kind of readers it has, framing
bin advertisements the
man will conform to this
circulation is mainly due.
He knows persons
by a newspaper
will lie easily by ad-
of
lone. Philadelphia Rec-
THE CHILLS
and lever is a bottle Of Grove's
Tasteless Chill Ionic.
and in n tasteless form ,
No pay. Price
E FEVER
Robert's
Chill Tonic Hoc. per
Pleasant to take. Money
refunded fails. nil-
pet pm blood and makes
you well. None other as good.
Sold and guaranteed at the drug
Bryan,
I'll III
the is to be found
n lb-en
Dr. D. L. James,
store.


Title
Eastern reflector, 27 July 1900
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
July 27, 1900
Original Format
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Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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