Eastern reflector, 20 May 1898






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GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY. MAY
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I here i tern
i the
Reduced Rates in May
The Seaboard Air Line announce the
following Reduce I for special
Occasions to place in May.
BALTIMORE.
Conference f the M K
Church,
Kate of one fare for the round nip,
ticket sale with final
limit May Slat.
NEW LA.
of
Rate of one for the round trip.
tickets on Map with final
limit of fifteen day.
General of the Presbyterian
of the D S
Rate of one fare for the round trip,
ticket on sale May with final
of 4th.
NORFOLK, VA.
Baptist Auxiliary Con
Rate of one fare tor the trip,
ticket on May With
limit of days.
CHARLOTTE. N
Twentieth of May Celebration of the
Mecklenburg Decimation f
Kale of one fare for the trip,
ticket on sale May one
cent per mile from point
within a of two hundred mile,
tickets on sale with final limit
May 23rd.
cf Confederate Veterans.
one cent per
May with final
limit May 23rd.
For lull Information in regard to
these call or address any Agent
of the Seaboard Air Line or to
T. J. Anderson,
General Passenger
VA.
ill
naval war hi ward
The is With
while.
every one d
I mi would make
the in
I mil.-, I I in in i in
eon ire l it
in .-i I it is
to ii -In Iv in
knots iv Ion. An tier p
rt-mi a
traveled in lime, so
a having a
SO it Is
or proper to add per hour, the word
as a
pi s mil-s pi r hour.
A that knot- travels
-1.15 geographical mile per
th spied v i any
boat said lo have attained
tin- 1- known lo
have a record a mile ii
one minute, a Lull see
hour, a
recent tide in one of the engineering
journals stale- that a
miles has been n ado by tint
bout.
.-II K.
For perfect satisfaction value
for your money. is
with the iii west of now
styles, selected with
care as to qualify,
have
for A large
A large variety every
of the Qualities a- mi
like them Mid fashions the
h ti c
all light Don't fail to see
did stork take ad-
of the
in ma -lock o.
Hi
Now tho cry
First Spain, drawn
very by French gnu-
Ab
he pro-
to San Juan.
A little too reckless
a can
in a
times-
You say
cannot hope to starve defeat
much
our of pens, ink paper
is almost
those war are
Doubtless back at
Deemed port
. i I. Hale.-.
Maine Martyrs Monument
A Hank line received by the
Manager the W. I'll. Co. here
for to the to
erected to martyrs who
down on the Anyone
to to the lurid can cull at lb
Professional Cards
W. M. Bond.
at Church
A billy goat disturbed
of a mooting at Gibson
Station Sunday- His majesty
the church when the
sermon was about half finished.
when nu attempt was
to run out be sought shelter
under a bench put up
yells that was too
much for the preacher
Billy per-
to spend day open
air.
Trimmings. Notions,
of all kinds, Gents Furnishing
Caps, Shoes and in black tan
to fit the ladies, men. girls boys.
We make boast when we we tell bent sold
by in our it our
afoul our and Oxfords. A beautiful line
In white, color.-.
in all
et Knives,
and Scissors we war
runt. Beautiful
line of
Lace Curtains, Curtain Swiss, Poles
in white and colors, Window Shades
in all colors--six and seven
ft
and
Art Squares, Carpet, Matting, Oil
Mats in rubber, steel and cocoa,
Crockery, Lamps, Hull Lamps, Library Lamps,
Lanterns, see- our Automatic Oil
Can, your lamp and does not run it over
On our up-stair you will find a large of
FURNITURE
Bel Room Solid Oak, from
of all kinds prices, Wardrobes, t is,
Oak Sideboard. Cribs and t
Chain of all kinds, Commode, Dining Table t o
re Tables, Tin Safe, Mali Ac. about
about Pile s bin- Come to u your
you Will Come mil We guarantee aid to
every prim Will prove a saving the
Pleasure, our fail to and
Yours for mutual b
. av
Spain n- g d in
i -l i II pi, i ll
will Care Vi ;.
i ired t lb- fleet
now ha- i i-- i
whether will field VI l
Sampson's flee, I
foe's -loan
a few d ago i r
m S Hying-
Iron, which is i ow I i
Oral acting up to its
a i
fighting, o; make . I u
of our i s. -t ill f
re i for tho
, , i in ho
Rugs
Cloths.
Greenville. N. C
In all the
Swift Galloway,
N- C. N. C
TYSON,
Greenville,
Practice in all the
k L. James
DENTIST
N. O.
Office over J.
Cobb
John II, -mall, . II. Long,
A LONG.
Attorneys and Counselors at Law-
in all the Com-t.
An intelligent lady, after
until the
were crowing their last
nightly crow, handed him a pencil
and paper, asked
ciphers in a lice,
then to at
first and from the right side
of be cipher draw a straight
down; on of tho fourth
lino up; on the right
side of the fifth a lino down;
on light side of the seventh
make a short line up. and from
the right cf eighth
down, and then rend what be
written.
N- C.,
pa Hi
i Millions Yearly In Hume
; mid
by iii the
Slates during tho
mouth of April are computed at
onward eight million dollars,
as nearly
tho mouth pi
last year millions in
Anvil two ago.
In Status alone the
losses by lire in the past
years to one
tenth of the
W. II. W.
RODMAN A
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
N. C.
wherever
ARTIST
tin tint reel near Only
alter shop In town conducted by
Friday P.
T. Vann, followed by j
Organization from
churches.
Saturday
A-
U. I.
A. II
S-
A- and
Future of our Mis-
E.
Billiard J- W. Bryan.
Valuation of the property.
N. and personal, of till the
Merrill, N-L- Shaw. states territories. More than
P. of Col-1 half the value property dis-
is by insurance
This, however, only means that
Cm and
it
and Pal-J
MO
r.
Una
n t l . . . t
i. a ; H
n i i r n I, i
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r, C. I
M. L- J. K
ll-i
J- W.
H P.
E While.
T-
Sunday-
A.
Sp i He ; is
Am- valors
. but t bi I lo
our in the end. The
i ml will beat once if Spanish
fleet to -f cur
Heels. Quo man's guess Is
as good as about
intention cf the Spanish fleet,
a few dins will show them.
Tho postponement of send-
ii g troop lo Cuba made o
by presence the
Spanish fleet in American waters
is leas aggravating it appears
lobe. fact, it is a thing
for us. Had tho original plan
landing troops in Cuba la t week
been carried out. should
have lo la sufficient
Lumber to Havana, which
ii defended by like
Spanish owing lo
the inability of He
h i n by
; rid
whipping tho Spaniards out cf
Cuba after a-my goes
Into win calculated to lessen
cur prestige among tho
id the world n
aid the of
brave and ii g deeds performed
men on the d
in eke ding ports have
i among f
n o.-t of the world, d
mild be very humiliating r
our not to make an equally
creditable showing it g.
to Cuba- It is therefor
that
men properly equipped
lo accomplished what
do should be sent to a The
d, lay will servo place army
en a proper footing. Just to
in
army equipments, if mat be
that has
the i visa lo
ply tooling canvass in the
Country and yet has only enough
in about half the touts
at my will require; lbs nil re
working on the rest,
The war revenue reported
to senate from its Finance
is in n any p a
upon
ii W win r
the . It now pro idea for
immediate
in and fur leaning
j II i in r c,
to represent the nu
the silver I bi In
which ii lo
be coined. Ii taxi all sol s of
corporations, and strikes urn .
authority issuing bonds.
A canons of the
the House be held ibis week
for purpose of tho
joint res lotion providing the
annexation of Hawaii, has
been favorably reported lo tho
House, and deciding
House T.- attempt lo do
wire would lie to I t hi so
i i us favor at n .-
lion in It e n i
en I . I C VI- ill
t I i f . u .
eta II o I
it ion in a i
. not ii
; m r to . to
i I th i
a in ere was i
i i c p a
n , i ,
ii pol-
u i- re v.
op
to. i- r i a
. . f
i old ah . have In
made policy. has long
ii pas d.
Mi M Kit
I . -i-
the r. in i
t mi mi i, bi i- c of bis
to , i f
and social ii
bronchi lo bear upon bin in
their behalf, was .
It have been an
to have m
than many
civilians named f r positions on
the staff
nu fully by Mr.
libeled enough
officers from I be regular my to
do all the work that is likely to
be n quired staff, which
the to do
the
From FACTORY to CONSUMER.
Hooker
m O
i. pi r
dozen.
I I f.
V V
Mir-1
row, ii I Hi Mi . M roan for
16- I
; i
A A In
-i mm
tip mil
ft
Mn
ORIGINAL
i i in
t. Bull,
in your
. i
. SON,
WU.
Tl u boy
rived.
tree I as
i- .;
hisses lo that are
distributed than
the
tho fact that Ibis enormous vol-
of products of human
labor OP year is a
total loss to the country. It tin ends of the body
A- human ingenuity decided u to make
of Sunday-School work devised m party question,
Every genealogical
some crocked bronchi
T e i magnifying
i c whiskey.
i- now g Bill
aid as; price.
It mull he n bead wind when it
blows through sour whiskers.
i Sain i- I n big
meeting all
s ii. men f- How n all
lives and op with
it
Out e-t
keeps a soda fountain is called it
Give plenty i
mile rope let sup
so be i.
S i are so i y
they even enjoy j at
their own
Some men have such -i
of brass many
mi-lake it for brains.
Tho man v lib i o In
lit only to be
cf some
S days in the week are
p g with v pie
preying up i the substance i f
others.
is report all i
in Vin p nil
are vi to . d
L-n fighting t e
reformers s d
in g the dear
mil have i. qualities
pi e v i men.
to
To Emancipate the
Tie House did n very
thing Wednesday. It voted by
lo i to propose
a making
i by the people.
An i was made lo leave
I hi matter optional with those-
Si but ii was overwhelm-
voted down.
There is the
d that this voter pub-
opinion. The
directly and
and the corruption
Legislatures that h half, have
become able scandal,
be is longer a
representative body. To.
it to that condition audio
.- country from the evils
inhere in the
i, of house the
election Senators is a
Well Id.
York
. J Democratic Rule tor
Government,
and
Mrs. Persons
tor the Blood
HO Tired, So
it v
The I., is
on
No town election was
ability of it a
There are a lid there last week and tho
the
are opposed to annexation. Is
lb sate in the Senate, iii
l,; ,., v i- hail
i i which
it I was completely
in I summer
,,. , . . anything and spend
., i ii -1 the Hue lying don.
I kind, or
. ii yep, a- I could not
t ii and id lo live
nu ii I very
ii ii i m
. H, ml not my natural
,, , p, M. I all
tine from dysentery, which
, .,. Thai was
u I a.
nil i. Mr.
l I n any In sin
In lit. -t I no in
had up mind
,,. i, n
ii tux April
m i. I
hi ugh hull a Fell no
,. Hi i v. r I i no the
hi ii I I gel-
I got so
. ,;. and was no
,. u . d In
., i. k be-
,. now
i I want, and a- much
. . .,, , I
, ,, j I . e I . I
. II. . . . .
I, and a i- Mrs.
. i--
lain . I ii.
Mn . J. ii
a Co. March
1804
i . el
,.
in, N. C
N.
s P. M.-Sermon-J
While
Boa d has to bold r
Tl a ergot s tho
old i Hie b no i i make
, t Iran no bi a n a
i ;. In
means to avert
-New York Herald.
com
an .
e followed
What liars these
Spaniard are. It appears
have been x
American ports
bi,, and
. i. I . th strength
. .- was
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REFLECTOR
Greenville, N.
S, J, Editor
Entered at the pout office at
N. mU
Friday, May W.
Back to ,
By
Hong Kong, May
cruiser to Amer-
return
tomorrow.
Nebraska Truer Move
B to
Lincoln, May
men and officers,
left morning tor San Francisco.
THE WAR NEWS.
Another
By to
Key West, blockading
on northern coast of Cuba is
I incident. The Wilmington
a about loaded
car w lire.- American make. I de
shin was deserted and her MM. chop,
off. it is thought it had sent
cut in ships lo run against
and be The
lour and sunk
the Wires
By Cable to
London, May lb
Us.
office at Grand Canary and only allows
brief commercial messages to be sent.
Fruitless
By Telegraph to
West, May 10-Lieut But-
, rd who went to Havana on the steam-
two
New York
by Spaniards last week, returned
unable to make a landing-
Taking Fresh Supplies-
By Cable to Reflector.
U-
boat Porter, of Sampson's
fleet, here sailed last
with l
provisions the squadron.
Thinks Blockade
By Cable to Reflector.
Madrid, May de.
am the Cuban blockade
and hopes that and South and
Central America
recognize
A Little Spat
By Telegraph to
Cuban coast say the Mosquito
boat Ml by a Spanish
gunboat which was Inking u
the and Nashville after
leaving The
and struck the Span-
several times. The
came back to help the The
struck
times bet her were
For Annexation
Telegraph to
Washington. May
reported in
House annex a Hawaii
I rum
Foreign Attain
Plymouth Depot Burned
to
Plymouth, N. C, May If-This
town as by another very
tire this morning, Atlantic
Coast Line depot and three passenger
coaches being destroyed. with
entire contents The lit occurred at
o'clock, as a severe thunder
storm at the the la-use
is to be to lightning
the depot. The morning train had
to out only an engine and
box cars.
yesterday in apparent criticism th e
issued I
bids for three
ships, sixteen r
boats and
monitors.
called
will refuse lo
Put Lights Out
By
C.
Coast and Hart
Is and been
Wants a Whack
lo
New May. l-T
i brings information
that troop XIII
4th. Sampson
has been three weeks his
ship.
Shoots Mis Wile
By Telegraph to
Col. If
shot his wile an actress
last night and then
Jealousy was the cause. The woman
may live.
funeral
By Telegraph to
Raleigh. May body Kn.
sign Worth killed at
reached here and was taken
lo ii mother's home. Business in
city and Baa on public build-
were displayed at hall must. The
funeral took place at was
largely attended. military
citizens and public schools at
a body.
After
By Telegraph to
Washington. Nay Navy
the fleet
in avoid until mission
ill is to i-om-y
and to
Havana is accomplished. It
likely that Commodore
run hurry the
blockade thus a hall-
Spain
By ti
New York, May cable-
grams report Spain is imploring
help from France, Germany and Russia
and ottering to trade all territory in the
Philippines, Manila, such
assistance.
Blowing the
By Telegraph to
New York. May M.
warmly scored the
at a Republican here
las night, lie desire
tor colonies lead lo all soils
evils and extra
Destructive Fire
By Telegraph lo Matter.
Mass., May Ibis
morning destroyed business section
the town. Fourteen
chiefly by jewelers, a dozen
dwelling numerous Store-
In us s and barns were Loss
partially
covered by
people are out
The lire was unable to
which were permit-
to burn tin out. Buildings
lour acre- ground were
wiped out
Schley at Key West.
By T lo
Key Wes-, May
squadron arrived here today, all well.
The Paper Prints the News
The Reflector has complained
of the two ant pulling
out more This is
a gels hf spending a
telegrams
in advance of th as
are of interest. Rut
we arc glad the liners are in
number, ll would just r
that so The is
money giving them th;
news, it looks like they should want to
help the paper than complain
at U-
It is worth while also to
that tho South the
first sacrifice of this war. En-
was a native North
Carolina With bin blood he has
i the arms of the
North and South- A people who
I ought against the S and
sends of their sons as
the first sacrifice for the honor
and of that There is
no North and no after
are all Worth
York Tribune-
Every American soldier who
goes to Cob i will wear an
tag for bear-
hie command and home
address. This is taken
against possibility of
ed graves down there.
tag will also serve as a
valuable memento of the war
Cuba-
Yesterday
stated that the War Department
of the American government is
making its preparations upon
theory that s to
long And we should not
Those Spaniard
elusive as it shown by
recent their
Cape fleet. It may prove
hard to come up and may
worry for a good long time-
Then suppose Spain should
conclude not to give battle on
this side at all. but to go home
and wait for us there There
are a good many possibilities to
considered, and war may
lost a good while. The South and
North were unequally
matched, and yet it took the
North four years to out.
Hospital Burned
Telegraph to
Spanish Cabinet Resigns B. May 10-The
By Cable to c inducted nuns, known as Ma
Madrid, May or Sagas burned. It is believed
this banded o perished. Bodies two boys named
gent of
u new
net. The Cortes was
nil I Mrs
another lady bonder and
I nuns are Th.- wile Dr.
Chignon, of Fall Mass.,
from window was killed.
I Bunkers
By Telegraph to
Washington, May Al-
said this that the I
to would leave
Friday on steamer o
Other ships will
Comptroller Currency to-
day received requests bank officers
along the New England coast per-
mission to remove to
The hanks are alarmed by
approaching Spaniards The
were refused, us lean
arc groundless
War Revenue Bill.
By Telegraph Reflector.
W May is
considering the war revenue bill.
explained bill and he
thought the beer and tobacco tax would
realize millions dollars. The
tonnage tax was I
mated that it will cost one hundred and
millions the army and
six millions navy
Appointed
Hy to Reflector.
Washington, May
the was to day
appointed and
Falls Church, Virginia.
The Dodging Fleet
B Cable to
May, is
here the Spanish Can.-
fleet is Canaries. This explains
the Spanish cables there.
Without Foundation.
By table to
Havana, May is reported that
the American engaged in re-
moving torpedoes Cabanas is blown
up and lie satire crew perished.
Washington, May navy de-
has no
above report.
May blowing
up American ship Cardenas is
combined by later which
say lives wen lust.
Refugees
lo
May
Deal has the British
ship to bring San-
Volunteers
Telegraph Reflector.
r.-ports
received at the War department show
eighty two volunteers in
service. It is expected one hundred
will be by
Bryan Raising Regiment.
to Bi
Neb, May J.
work this morning
as a He is railing a
under authority of
wants lo go lo the
in service.
Japan Don't Protest.
Telegraph to
May
lines-Minister told Secretary Day this
morning lbs story Japan
against the.
Philippines is nil
The Pops trying to attract
as attention in as
the soldiers. their number
is lees. However,
with Duller and Skinner and
several lesser lights present there
is no scarcity of
Charlotte Observer.
PITT COUNTY BUGGY CO.
EDWARDS Proprietors.
At inti. store Court House.,
N.
Manufacturers dealers in all kinds of
Buggies a specialty
All kinds repairing- done- We use skilled and goo
material are to give you satisfactory
Paying Troop
Telegraph lo
Washington. May 17-The
passed a bill to troop-, those go ii;
to to receive months ad-
pay. Senator
I,. -p tor Democrats on
bill, saying men of all parties are
united on war M op-
posed burdens on the
. Senator that
hundred and million,
would be needed year tire-
war was higher statement be
and
Alger.
Regular Soldiers
By lo
Washington, May Mer.
he needs Hie thousand
soldiers lo accompany volunteers to
Must have that number
seasoned and trained men. The
War decided Burning
sad number, and will
make in all.
Oregon Safe
By Telegraph to
May
department heard from the Oregon lost
morning, he whereabout are not
public but the Kile.
Still There
Hy Telegraph to
New York, May
dispatches report the Span
torpedo Terror it still Inert
repairs at Fort France,
London according lo
best advices there the Spanish cruiser
mentioned us leaving are still
there and Dot ready sea. It is
this r. port MM out lo
fleet.
May Ills Commission
Telegraph to
Washington, May 17-Alter the
cabinet meeting this In I
President by Sec-
ii-n. u was reported
what the him
us saying hie is in danger
and be may net be sent to
Illinois Troops
Telegraph to
Springfield, May first
regiment Ml today
-due Is Witt veiling.
New Kept Secret
Telegraph to Reflector.
May There is an
entire absence of war up to noon
II the navy department knows
the Spanish fl-et
lbs is concealed
from public, as also the move-
Sampson's ll -u
Two Ships at
By Cable to
Caps
United Slate warships Yale and
have arrived h re.
Ready to
lo
Washington May is
by Hie arrival Hying
Key Weal this morning is
lo b-j by
the invasion Cuba by both
Sampson Smells
telegraph to Reflector.
New York. May Washing-
ton special says is informed
whereabouts tie Spanish fleet
mil Ii on scent.
This government is more strict
no about information
connection the war
given cut for publication- While
this not suit these
who for news before it
happens, it is better, so, as it may
prevent enemy setting
knowledge of the of
our warships and army.
Virginian Hies on Train
lo
Alexander R-
of Portsmouth Va, died on
train ibis morning while
home. Body removed to
morgue and relatives
Launched
Tl lo
May
ship Al h was launched at noon
today. The ship was by
Miss Mary Morgan, daughter
Senator Morgan, Alabama. Only a
small the gov.
desires lo secret such
us might he led by
strangers being in Cramp's ship
where ship is being built. She will
be a lighter and work on In .
is lobe completion.
Firing oft
By fable to Reflector.
Port Au Prince, May
the island n-
ports long and continued heavy e
lo on Sun-
day. A heavy log that prevailed
the time prevented the or
which
tiring e conic.
large and
harmony marked the
on Indicate that lbs
Democrats county are gelling
i working shape I w ;
campaign. The are awaking
lo the lad that control under
we have been the la-i few
has worked Injury In many ways
are h-r a T he
corrupt have shown
were alter spoils and eared not
hew lbs best interests of the State
enacted.
MONEY TALKS
-y money talks. We make it talk for us
X by buying at inside prices, and we
give our customers the advantage of it. We
want to do business with you. We buy our
and we sell them right and treat you
1.8 WHITE.
The Post's
ID Ensign Worth had reached
551.70 up lo Monday light,
A rs has been
cut lo Fort near lo
mount the guns and do guard
Judge II- Brown,
was
a nights ago and bis
stolen.
Nebraska
to R
Neb, May
cyclone passed over this
day, doing damage to crops and
property and blowing down many
houses and trees. No loss of lite is
reported though many people
injured. The principal damage was at
and
telegraph wires are down so details
cannot he obtained.
Large Order tor
Telegraph to Reflector
Washington May
Corbin issued
orders increasing ll
lo mi -n
Pennsylvania
i to Sun
In
The Swindle in Food Prices
has been a considerable
advance in price of pro-
ducts- Most of it represents
nothing in the world greed-
grabbing an unearned tribute
the plea of war.
The price of wheat has advance. I
chiefly because of a of
crops in other countries, aided by
the of a young Chi-
speculator.
war has little or nothing lo
do with and, as The World
has shown, it no way
the made by
the I by false weights
the of bread. That is
all robbery trick and
as the statutes say.
legitimately a
because many of tin sin-s
Hi it bring them to have been
laid why should hominy
and rice, both abundant American
products, go Why should
the grocers nearly double the
price of potatoes
White beans are said to have
been groat quantities
army use, but why should
Illinois beef, Canada mutton and
the universal pork be higher
Most of the is
robbery a simple speculation
upon conditions that warrant
the York
World
baby born iv will
have to struggle to prevent i in
named
Dry Goods. Notions, Shoes, Hats
------ante
the celebrated------
Eagle Brand Fine Shoes
Call and see are invited
my stock aDd the low prices.
S. T. WHITE.
We are now taking orders for
i Tobacco Flues
Flues ready tor delivery now
We do all kinds of Bicycles
repaired promptly.
St a no
VILLE. N. C.
D W.
IN-----
Heavy and
GROCERIES.
NO
goods kept constantly on
hand- bough
and sold. A trial will o
is-
A Horse
Millinery.
I now be found in
brick store for-
occupied
by Brown,
. me
Headquarters for
MEN AND BuYS
Gran,
; t all
War.
Movers
R. b has rate Ms
.-hi.-- i. Pitt .
I-
J. mi i .
I. . i III.
i I
I. to lb la W
P , He I. I
on Si
J. At. Moore is ii-k.
Mrs. is
It. W.
In t .-
John none
over tills
II; vi ii I will- let
i-- Hi
M. vi
lo the
town. W. II. 1-
I IBIS,
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Sun I
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J.
lure,
to take two
mm
Km
Mr. J. T. I risk.
J. It.
II. K. Parham Monday
even Oxford.
V.
tin- morning.
Bi ran in i.
II. II. kit Una mom- .,,,,, ,
J latter r ii- mid
A.
Sin- Wild L- V i n
W. II. Wu BUS J.
FRANK WILSON.
KING CLOTHIER.
inn ii lo
U. V. C. I.
Monday for Seven
l-l-i
from to
Carrie I, this
vi.-it
Man i
-reaps
here Monday. More Kin.-,
tO i
Green was lo
-in at
when King o.-ll-J to Jake
colored, ii
u swipe, first
split liar then i k- U v II. It.
i -Ii .- Si
mini-mi gash down ;
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III, III G.
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ii
tin-
Frank Wilson
REFLECTOR
COMPANY II. IN
Local
Snakes arc oat.
was Killed l.-t night.
Kin's glowing the crops,
Spaniards BO
doubt about
The minds of the Aim man
now at
recall
N. C, May
was lure
and boys were feeling monotony
last
every was crying In
lie win brought before
who
till spy thought
they had hold
lie to be hull and hall
Creek Indian. He any be was horn
Commencement invitations recall mg n
to vacation. in
Spanish to be like work on h When
the Irishman's lieu, lo gel u linger the war broke he was dimmed
pay, but was
There u merry party v lent to nu
ODIN to the via New illy
I . He says they were given u
dollar at His
The commencement got oil at
Academy will he held lo ,,,.,
day. home lie
The Methodist Sunday will H bis as
have Children's
as to whether he L- n real or
The is having times m
at home well a at ,;
two of children being sick. nil well, Company
The Davis band nM
pieces, has been added to
in
Besting.
MM IS.
i- v. y el,,
I-i.
in lb
III I
To i
In- Strickland
Tin
J, f
fill I
SOUND H. C.
Mil , ;
i i tied family.
nun i . j y
burned to ground- II, gel ready for It,
no
Cos ,. V-----
eh .-
nil . r IV
evening Kori.-t
and
son went lo .- Neck
ii-ii.
-v- i in;
ii in I . ll
i- ii . I
W- ill iv -.-.-- .
in -I help you can nasal time.
l-i pas a sad when regularly
,.,, ml a I months b baby come,
. Will . I
is full
of if
Nature is not
Mother's Flies
makes the advent neatly pain
pr rend m
mu.
ll. n l had the short-
been in .--i i . i ;. Id labor, makes recovery rapid and
. .
. . i.
J. A. -ks went tn It Mount
on
wile and Mis.
i g
Seven a.
been in it recovery aim ctr- . . r
hive done damage any dangerous j i M D
Wei- in to Mother's fiend one
N. M. this tier lb
lie delivers a
before high school iii thin town to-
night.
Johnson to Scotland
Neck, Tuesday, by serious illness
sister. i in
evening she was dead.
lie iv. and , g , ,
building n h in much
r,
s. ill .
to relieve
danger and pain.
One ; in I or
Tobacco
will cure well, have a bright,
licit color and flavor, with good
burning properties, if liberally
supplied v. fertilizer
at least actual
Potash.
in the form of sulphate.
The quality of tobacco i.-.
proved by that form of Potash.
in. I-., nil you what to
arc tree. Send
V. bi. New
Sent express n
Pass
fur will fell In
a to
nil- CO.,
Atlanta, Us.
Oil to
K A M It. and G.
Bryan Monday morning for
to Slate
S. C. C.
were also on trail n
the same mission.
Her, i
a . i
Corn
to
iii .
III
It
per a
Cotton
Thai
When on-
Saturday along
cash Tm. i
Keep it in mind a is to
In Id in th Court House Friday
to a Chamber Com-
If you want your announcement to
b read put it in The rim-
who hold it reads
this paper.
Wednesday
the largest strawberry ever
It and
weighed ounces.
Some people report that they beard
sound like heavy guns early this
Maybe is
bulling heads against jellies In
the liver. a
mint anywhere In beating
in Units company,
N. C, May
Kim run
Nothing was
He turned mi. In h a hull
hall Indian-
Nearly every e in Unit-
bus been in the U. S-
Capt. Skinner's
the Grays, lo jet
retrain l in time bad in
This makes
that lave gone pieces
regiments went lo
Our men in
about and had tin
might he hut
ain't.
Yours truly,
Hull Storm
a florin
ml o'clock
i was hail with it
of stones being
lbs ball did eat
long and V
-ii.
had the JAM Hem
has that
I in.
W. II. the
down
lo aid Kev. A.
in a series at the For-
bes house, above
town. will be held night
s M.
the new
i. i- is up,
Bi A Is having a win I-
mill his residence. He
will waler pipes nil
building.
Mr. . T. tell us he has
lie- lo.- putting up a large
icon Mr. A.
bull III I i be With
TUB OF OF FIGS
not to
t m .-ml v it which it Ls
known to
i only,
tin
. As the
nip of Is
it that fact will
in thO
by other r
Too i th
Km r with the 11-
which tho
tit
name tin m
if thO l it i
fur i v .;
u ;. tutu tho liver
without or u
I. ; i D i I Dot DO
Al In ii be
. r . . , n Bun
i el
CALIFORNIA I SYRUP CO.
can make all
sick when it
comes to lo v
prices and
Good
goods. i a
full lino
e Important to You
Than the President's.
. .
Not War but Peace. We Peace tor
You by Saving You your Dollars.
In oil . i , it Bale will
I ii morn
SI . , . , , .,. ., . ,
NewS
Spring Clothing
. fie along sad
last o Bat. hi Bret Cunt.
Remember all goods are also
included In this special cost sale.
C. T
I Bank Greenville.
We
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THE PRIMARIES
Democrats cf the several
held
ha
delegate to
which la
next r M beard
ii-Jay there was a . u.-e
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have so far
come to
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Spear Cockerel, IX J
Grimes.
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M Jones. W Q L
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U Williams. Ii
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people, of Any-
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in tho like
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the main news of The
papers contain but few
columns unknown. A
new- or hand,
from who
s as pass
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our or news, not to
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journalist, but the Egyptian editor
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DOM or less powers
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while. Ho with
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The court
The
would had attend
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has
as all World
knows, there am the
Last of all name native
lbs proceedings in all
of these duly reported, the
paper
would have largely
Some attention
the to racing,
this, is under tho
of
tho day
bow many been
down by derricks on
and hash-
It a takes place, it
given three lines in a
Full reports are Wed-
dings mid social functions
prominence or not, the
relation, the
editor may have with
Weakly.
W. ii to Mu, J. c.
There urn, of many men
in
themselves of
trade,
-to single of
v r was
lug
a of
that all
it, a that
by r man, who mud of Bo
he was much inter,
in Ids tho re-
porter was In
Therm urn plenty of men that
the men that
their to lines of
or it las to
exports and men of
in ban.
very probably men of
or
energy, and eon-
who in what
make
tho
Him.
the
f the moll. Tho tiring-con
Bl the
back. w. bile, if the
How amok remains
cocked, n for the next pull
of tint are fas
toned r in charges of ten,
which can b . quickly loaded into
It is also made for
. Eighty per
can ,
One shot pistols win.
r , s
ed or it
and no a; on the
b. J.
It is vulgar, N Gray. G L H W
aid. J It Gurganus. I H Little.
J W Pace.
J B Congleton, W
Eli Powell, G II Asa
J L Perkins
Obi No
Nobles,
Mills, T Cannon,
J II P W Arnold.
Alternates G W Tenter, J B
Williams Cory,
Carroll, Calvin Henry
Dixon.
Chi No
Delegate-J L Cox. W K
Galloway, J T
W L Clark. W
II Dixon. J J Elks, J A K Tucker.
C A Elka.
Alternates J a Porter, W E
Proctor, M W E Tucker.
J J Smith, Mat-
thew Hodge
W F Stokes-
No. 1-
Z Bro k,
C- Gaskins.
Am Garris, W. J. John
J J-
H. L-
It- H-
Lancaster, J. J.
J. B. H.
H- C- David
It. C- K
Samuel
No-
It. L-Cox, J- M.
C E. G. C x-
Fred
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., J.
W. It J H.
It. B. It- J- Little,
J. B Donor.
C- Vino, Damp-
at y J- F- G
D C H. J. B
in .-. E G.
No
Delegates J.
Lewis. J. U.
It B
M- Low is, alloy.
No- I
W. Vincent, A- Tucker, W. J
Clarke. E. T. Brink.
Evans.
C- Vincent. Smith,
lilted Nash
B. L. Little, G. M. Tucker.
No.
Di F. G. James,
W- B. James,
J- L. Fleming,
It. K g.
An, L. I. Moore.
i looker. A- H.
S W- T. H-
g, Edgar Buck.
Np.
Delegates. II- F. Reel,
Ti . May, J. J.
Harvey Allen,
Alternates. O. L. Joyner, J B.
i. . M Crawford, M. G-
J. Tacker. Augustus.
No. I,
E. B. It. J.
T. Smith.
I. Dudley. F. G.
J, J. Clarke.
Delegate J. It M I.
G William. A
I N U Cory. J J Moore.
Alternates John A Harder, J
It J B Bock.
Ill
.-very
and evening,
lb v A W.
Sunday A. M.
C, It, in.
EPISCOPAL Sun
evening. lay
vices second Sunday morning. A.
Hector.
A. M. W. It.
morning and evening. Prayer
evening. Rev.
N. M. Pastor. Sunday school
MO. U. A II. Ellington,
third
and
B. Morton. Pastor. Sunday school
M. K.
a. V- A. No
and third Monday even
;. J. v. M. i I. Moan
Sec.
I. Lodge No.
Meet every V.
Johnson X. b- See.
K. of River Lo
meets evening. II. W.
Whedbee, C. C. A. B. Ellington K. of
K. and S.
R. C
w.
Wilson. K. Sec.
II. Lodge
Friday evening.
Flanagan, P. Henry R.
Pitt
vary -t. U.
C. w. e- -e.
buying
vent's supplies will K to their l-w
est to gel our prices before,
Our stuck is complex
Its
Snuff, Cigar
Flour, Sugar,
at market prices
as we bay direct from mania linen
A stock of
u hand at
i Our all bun
and sold therefore,
rise lo run We sell at a
s. m.
Pills
Cure All
Liver Ills.
Save Your Money.
box of Pills will save
many dollars in bills
diseases
of the stomach, liver or bowels.
No Reckless Assertion
For sick headache, dyspepsia,
constipation and
people-endorse
Liver PILLS
SOUND, N. C.
HIS and POPULAR
Seaside Hotel, containing rooms
having thoroughly overhauled
and renovated. Is now for lea-c or
lent. Union of will
In- f JUNE
under management. For
farther, informal Ion call on or
John H. Han by, Owner,
N. O.
Administrators Notice
of an from the
of the undersign
of the ofT. t
deceased, will on
day of May, before the
House door In sell to the
highest bidder the parcel
land.
One town lot In the town of
situated on adjoining the
land, of M. P. W.
and Joyner, containing one
acre, more or less.
Terms of cash.
CANNON,
of T. K. Harrison.
April Moore Moore, ally
NOTICE.
Stale of North Carolina, In the
County, Court.
J. II. i and Cox,
U, A. Blount. II. L.
E. Y,
K. J. Blount and K. Y. Blount. who
are defendants in the above entitled
cause, will take notice that a Special
entitled as above, has been
commenced in the Superior Court of
i v. Clerk, for the
partition real In the
county of Pitt In which the plaintiffs
mid defendants
The laid K. i. Blount and E. Y Mount
will i take notice that they are
lo appear at the of the
said clerk of lie Superior Court
on the day May,
and
or demur to the j, ,, Bud
in add or the plaintiff's will ii-
lb Court for the relief
herein.
under this the
if April
A. MOTE,
Clerk Superior I
M.
Port Sis,
UNDERTAKER
HI h
EMBALMERS.
We have t received a
the nicest line of Co;
tin.- in wood, meta
lie and over
we ate
In its, on.
to o
ducting and bodies
to our care will receive
every of
are tower man ever
not want I. t
coon co
; cat, be a, any and i
the John
BOB GREENE ft CO.
i C. k CO
1-------
MARBLE
Wire and
only First-class work
prices reasonable.
CHARD
I B,
in
Whichard, N.
The Stock complete in
every department and
prices as low as the low
est. Highest market
prices paid for country
produce.
Notice.
been appointed and qualified
administrator the
all ate hereby
In present all claim the
estate of the said for pay.
on or before day of March,
or will In- plead In bar
of their recovery. All poisons Indebted
t -aid lire to
the
day in.
I, C. Wooten,
v-
US
OfT
You Sleep In on Air
That Cures .
Grip.
and
A Possible c Deal
. f i
yet
. p of th- patch
, bat
Hon. Sir Joseph
THE PILLOW INHALER
It th- a U
v I lull
it ill. ; I
.
a r p
. it i
Till KNOWN Hi
N I
II h can t iN n
t t. i I O. .
t I
-s- tit t-is
per
i; to.
II. f. p m
i-
Reduced in May
Ah Line announces the
for Special
Occasion, to late pan in May.
BALTIMORE. Ml.
Quadrennial Conference f M V.
Hale one fare for the round
sale May with ml
limit Mo;
SEW LA.
National Elks.
Rated one fare for the round nip.
tickets on sale Map with MU
days.
the
the P S
Rate of one fare for the round nip.
Ii on sale May With
of June 4th.
NORFOLK, YA.
Con
Rate of one fare the round I rip,
t May Hind
limit of fifteen days.
Ti May Celebration of the
of
Kate of one fare trip,
tickets on sale May one
real per mile from points
within a radius of hundred miles.
ticket on sale with Dual limit
May 33rd.
of veteran;
Ra c one cent pet
tickets on sale May will,
limit May
For lull Information In regard to
these on or address any
of lb Si aboard Air Line or w It to
T. J. Anderson,
PORTSMOUTH, VA.
Si .;
of Hie
. the
of State or Colonies, in
he an
f II Dotted and
Brita r, Ii a
Mi. C i pal
I. r make speech,
lo , . of
State a d and
attention is the fixed
it l-v r. MOO f in-
I formation
had in a which was
to Britain,
that United withdraw
mm ii
of world, upon
which proposition Great
placed a prompt effective
veto. It not to learn
that Mr. speech
has
will make it of
i to be to
power.
A deal of
a few by a part
that
war not unlikely
lo u lining up Bil-
lions the a bail of
face
on aide, the
of the Latin
It looks now, however,
it were very tepidly coming
to The events of the past
weeks Lave d
where of
Europe in war which is
row and with equal clear-
mar, what turn British y
lea taken. Mr.
speech in bold and
bring um lace to with a sub-
which n weeks ago.
hot dimly at as a
proposition, but which there
now for
belief may ere long a
reality- Charlotte Observer.
S a V Mail ind r
. to it
For and value
tear merry, avow i-
new
with Hi
ear a- to quality, last
, have
for the people. A
variety th g
If
in male
lion cf
, Perl v I ins
a i
ill ck Bonn
Ton are at once told the naval hero
a flock of called Heel , ., , , tome
. for t re v
. right price fall to flock Of is called
spin did stock Hike ,. y I
i Heap
. v. main which
A variety
i of
like in.
. n tin.
. I
M I
c. and
. ,
DreSS la called a and i .- Manila I
I called a herd. .,. .
a herd children is ailed , . . . ,. .
, .-- .
Dress Edging, Notions,
of all kinds. Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats and
Caps, Shoes and s in black tan
to fit the ladies, men. girls boys.
we twice beat DHOW sold
v . o iii our town is what our .
about our Shoe and Has
l las white, black and color,
in all Pi i k
et Knives.
and war
line of
Curtain Swiss, Polos
in while and colors, Window Shades
in all colors-six and seven
It
lift
Ii. antics is
bed a while -s lately free a
raffia- a la called a m. If Denny i
, horde I
rubbish c. victory i- no
u bear, i be is a
l I a a drove r, . , , .
blackguard a mob. but , M
a mob i- called ion whalers on
school, h school , . There politics on
called a whiles board hi hip
bar is ended a it ha-, in a triumph of
d of i.- called a swarm, tug; ed
a of people is railed s ,,, ,
c i. i r ores i
Ii the
Maine, o v
and
battle on
l i Aim tight
With an
; of Spain
the in
-No on the of
always
p , ml u Maine Ion
Bugs,
Cloths,
Art
Door
and
Oil
Mats in rubber, stool and cocoa.
I ., i
no
d a c i in bin a W lb
money is
Bird a board of .
minis-
culled nu
an of soldier .-.
master,
I hear you ere.
remember ball of
In I h
Your Dual-
Alone.
Professional Cards
W. M. Bond. J. L. Flew big.
A FLEMING,
N. C
practice In all courts.
Do yon to your neigh-
prosperous Why
lie is prosperous have
n chance lo make some money
of You can make no
out of a who earn
enough to feed and bite-
self. Then strike from bis b
whatever it may be, every
shackle Unit loads
him down with doubt,
confusion and Every
blow you strike
his you also hit those on
own foot. more you
have Dictator-
Crockery, Lamps, Lamps. Library Lamps,
Lanterns. see our Automatic Oil
Can. your lamp and docs not run it over
On our flours you will a tare of
FURNITURE--
Cribs and Cradle,
Tallies, kitchen la
Table, Tin Hall Rack., Ac.
Com to m year i
ad you will come out ahead. guarantee prod
very front, b-e .,. e Will prove a saving th
sayer. tail at
Yours far b
years
of o ware
phi. Ti . in
ethers
, winch ha
. III I.-, ii It
. i tn d mil of the s in.
tin
know the or
Di v In- it
. and a
lb and i
a hose i skill and n
as fur at
i . . chap-
to American
. ire. Be in politics n
Casey Voting.; More business
ii o- matter what
r i I i along to b i
is that o i
. ii. r with I i
. i. . bis hip finds its
votes in the if
f l
I ii i ii
from Men-
be ha I
from
pro
I bay Think Him Home
Si m of bale
. that
are just as ha d up now us they
were then. a home letter to
one of
a thoughtful father
mother send
you a pair of
socks, and wrapped In
will find two plugs of
a need. thread a
Of coffee, and the of
sugar. We will try to have some
you run
out again. has also
in g yon a bis army loaf
of bread. It has been
for three but is not
foil rose jet It will be shipped
yon by express. Take Care
your
i.- Sample Spelling
to r. terrible extent bis,
in aloe. In on. in- .
he had a ,. ,,.
in bis and
in I
and every man who I
upon his the
lent, while quite a if
them did not, it.
When was g
t Family In Boston a
few sent an officer lo
e factory, who
out the large
it ill persons employed
one had been attacked
by the grip. I
poisons
Swift B.
N. V. Greenville, N. C
TYSON,
Greenville. N. C
all the
that prevailed nil
about I remember also, in
a book written by an eminent
i ilia
parsons the
of health, and
constantly their shoes
were
BAKER
-V Headquarters
N. C
over J. C.
II. small, v. Long,
N. C. Greenville,
SMALL LONG.
Attorneys at Law
in all Hie
About the Philippines
in
r, n. w. .
RODMAN A
AT LAW.
N. C.
are
NOBLES,
On near Only
the county o
next bring along
Neatly islands
group.
Total area, miles;
total population about
Luzon,
more populous
than
Foreign
i Manila; nearly
Overtaxed and I y
Spain do not try to de-
resources.
Manila, about of Bea-
ton, sixty old
prim Plymouth.
with
Eight million worth
and worth i f tobacco
exported every year.
Mineral R Id
iron coal.
Natives urn thrifty; en-
gage trade with success.
Climate at moot
of the year enjoyable.
Living cheap; lo
do.
Hardware
Jersey City druggist is
ii.- a of queer
Ii r. calves people
v . children lo for
are a few samples
of
This child is me I
rt In buy la
for ti up adult who
is
roads-
Dear r, pies five
worse of fur
ti gargle and
I ace.
You will give the
live cents worth of op ac for
lo throw up in n fire months old
i iii. N. The babe has a
very latest from
L the
pests are out
water . I cent a gallon. Put tie
Hi slot boiling
water is sure lo come. it
that soup, milk, tea. Ac. will
in ram way.
I have also bad at sore
., , .;. This the ill
limes evidence. Bit en me , b p pan b my
tho give my ion
in shoes has . nothing lo release it,
oared per sens mil cud with Another mother wrote.
, , My little
father's parish S ml
It may be on stow .,,,,,,, by
d of fat here L,,
Tinware,
u o line in s
a I wood like to
i The Inch I
quarter is for the price of the
in pious Now
York Sun.
where it will I
public attention
Bat .
Farm ts,
Spokes, Building Materials, Pain
Oils and Stoves
Fair Dealings Honest Goods, at Rock
Bottom Prices.
MAIN STREET, GREENVILLE, N.
Hen every g I r
and molasses, with, n
j in. and i n
of a few as many
know, is powerful i
tin- can i d
i p. . II in .
mid ors u , m
hesitate to receive them think, from Baltimore American
in view d. ht Cuba is
fertile, a large part still covered
v s m
coder, ebony,
pine, to-
a, maize, riot
in the South, winch loci-,
is well
ii. widely through
attract
Mis lakes a
in Iciest in
fighting pen
cotton in ii fruit are
crown- The bill is heal
thy, Mm lowlands
good, ii n
i and the dry gel to
abundant
fine I a. by no means
n He
V K. t-
Program run
Friday P. M-Introductory
T. Vann. followed by
reports from
Saturday
,, a exercises
. -P. B.
A. M B
S Jones.
A.
of our Mis-
W. Bryan.
p, lawful
and N- Booth, L
Merrill, N-L.
of
portage work our
Ai. J- K
r.
Conduced J- W. Powell-
s p, M Missions.
I B White.
j Foreign-B. T- Vann.
0.-80
II A. M s
work
S.
M. Sermon- John E.
Whit
Notice.
been mm qualified
Ind In r on i-
on tie bl I
on Ibo New York; and
bus two who
, i f. r
.- .-
. Adams,
brother I are frequent and tornadoes all hereby
not a Uncle J ,,,
Sam want it. lot be plead In bar
cease can govern ,, their recovery, All Indebted
Old ,. No i pie over to the estate are requested
i u . by
My neighbor is K w.
brother- . c.


Title
Eastern reflector, 20 May 1898
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The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
May 20, 1898
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MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
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