Eastern reflector, 21 June 1898






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SEE THAT
What is it
It is a; picture of the
mm FOUNTAIN PENS
Best in use. The outfit of no business man is
complete without one.
delegates
Shea
BOo. J W J L
Smith, S V r
AS
Walker, O T Alternates-
S W L s i
Alternate. W H
Congressional T A
Alternate. I.
Bethel
S M
B M L A
Moore. Alternates. W J James,
H Manning. S
I W Thomas.
Manning. CR I R Bunt-
S M Jones. B
James. J S Brown. J T Nelson,
W a
CA L
W W
Thomas, S A on,
James L
The Reflector Book Store
has a nice assortment Fountain Pens
also a beautiful line of Pearl Handle Gold Pens.
You will be astonished when you see them and
earn how very cheap are.
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But should you
Want Job Printing
-Come to see us.
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Anything from
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we a i . i c
ft pi
coat k Ian a
Weather
the sunshine.
Don't ask it
Don't call on your best at
p. m. Wait until C
talk politics, you'll
E Fills
Liver Ills.
Save Your Money.
I box of Pills will save
dollars in
stomach, liver or
Reckless
or sick headache,
malaria, constipation and bill
a million people
Liver
Alternates. L
A D W B L
Ml
Democratic or Superior
Court Judges
Don't attempt to clean out
stove pipe, you might use
not in Sunday hocks.
smile and look cool when
W B
Williams, w U Jr. W
A H N Alternates,
HO T House,
J B
Judicial-Delegate J J Elk .
Williams, Cannon. Jno
L A Arnold. M earning
Tones. . J J his ad the sweat his
r it might cause him to have
t Galloway j
Fred J L
W K Proctor. J A K Tucker, Si Don't complain because the ice
Stokes. A Stokes. j BU dealer
s. J B y y, u
Galloway, J
W L dark. J A Porter, abuse the preacher he-
Smith. Bryan Grimes, J J minutes
Lang A . , , .
C Can- f
J F Stock Edwards, I witness a ball
John Buck W W J O
Proctor
The for
I Superior judges whose
Don't discus baptism, for ratified by the
all like to clipped this weather-
A L
J T Smith, T Cox- J II
Hardy May
Ira A
r It Mien, J Z Brooks
CK Johnson. B H
yon are the only
pebble on the are
Bar- others-
henchmen on the
State Board of
Doc Jackson, A
M F W J
Tripp.
Delegate.-, E G
Cox. 1- Hart -i II C
Sam-
Join Spier. John
Hi.-. Jack-
ton. C h Patrick, C K Hooks.
II C H M
Dixon. Branch.
to be entirely to Ilia
and mere
lo out his wishes.
of the
t his been no-
only disgraceful to the State,
lo the whose
spec I established
to promote, their control
th-
Democratic are
the
First H. Brown,
Jr. cf
Sec n
r. Shaw,
of Guilford.
Six h II. Alien,
of
Seventh A.
of
Eleventh A.
iron were nominated in
their respective districts by d-
are to
baa t-d for in the State at
Brian.
are now on and
are named to succeed themselves.
Shaw s named to succeed Adams,
and to succeed
A I
A lady who wanted a so
badly that she took one without a
or even an intro-
1.-ii-i one day to look
Into a book belonged to the
girl and immediately thereafter
went to her MM
expressed her face.
this hook,
asked.
is this, When you
came, you told mo your name was
Susie but here in this book
is the name
all right, said the
girl. me
r. of It.
Freddy, if you oat
any of those I n while I'm out,
you'll it.
m. cherries
Chicago
The business man gets
his share of the trade ho asks
i asks
for it properly.
Von know of certain good
Millie i- t reasons
go a amount of a
Certain trade.
Do you ask for Do
those good and
reasons to m
agricultural department through
en very aptly called State's
d H Smith manure which
he Daily
Gives the home news
afternoon at
price of cents
month Are a
It
to be.
he
TWICE-A-WEEK.
only
contains
the
Dozier. W Al-
B William
It J Little
-Delegates, it it
i. J L B W
Alternates. Little, Fred Phil-
lips, j ii Smith.
Judicial
J W M Lang- Altar-
T M M T Hort u-.
E A
Dr-legates,
May, FM T L
Alternates, A J B M
Lewis. W
Gilt
J W Vin-
U F KeeL J L Fleming, L I
Moore. Paul Harrington, i.
O W W
T W King.
Harvey Allen. Alternates. g
Brooks. E L Dudley. J
C A KT W H
A ii W H
Smith, L F h. J G Mo-, e.
II
King. M Move, B W King. F
G James, W B James, Bags-
dale. W H Smith. H F
Frank B W A L
Blow. Alternates, S T
E Barbara. S I Dudley. W J S
E B It L Little, E
B Dudley. Harrington. J Ii
White, W S Fleming. C J
Flem-
B E
J B M T
W G
J Little. Alternate
W T Mason. S W Andrews-
Swift
Kill. i
S B Corey, H J u
Alienates. Walter
J ore, F
Delegate, B A
B A Gardner. Alternates N
M V Smith, J T
Job
-the most tent
of all of the
and Populist pie
So has tins fact become
that Biblical i i last
week's issue, felt called to
denounce this disgraceful state of
and suited that
cultural is
to take care of political pie hunters
what do honest farmers
of this kind of
V- Forethought.
a year. J
news every
week, and gives in
to the farmers, es-
those growing
tobacco, that is worth
many times more than
the price-
Johnny, how Wei
y ii h ii
. U
your I
in ii I
I Ml
can't
ill your
I lie in i j ,.
I Ml
Hi.-
me fur
ii. t n
Tl e tax on tobacco has been
raid -i to a pound- S mo
decided keep up
the size of the packages and in-
crease he price- Others have on-
it will be a
game let the stay
it is, make tho packages
it not n
heavy one, and the only difference
it will make will bet at you
g. I as i cigar for the price
a i to.
Tl e cigarette tax is a
and public will either
have to pay six cents for a
box ten cigarettes, or take a
box lib fewer cigarettes at the
old price- There are over
cigarettes annually
this tho war
them will ho about
The of
is
or, this m be about
the best
If you do not deal
the trade think
Consequently you don't gel ii-
The customers you are
not en in tho mind-reading
industry, They will never know
what can do for them
you I'll.
They read paper for the
news.
is
more nor less-
The news of business
should be printed in tho
per.
Then it seen nod
by beta whom you desire to
reach.
Tho i yon will baT prop-
for tin trade on want. Thou
you'll got i.
must use the tight
p per, in
read b the people whose
you are anxious to New-
X Daily
a,
Sunday,
and Prayer
A. W. Seizer.
A. M.
fourth Sin
day. evening. Lay s-r
vie second Sunday A.
Sunday school
A. l. W. B. Brawn,
every Sun-
and evening. Prayer
X. M. Pastor. Sunday school
M. A B.
Hit d
Sunday, evening.
w. B. Morton Pastor. Sunday School
II.
dent,
LODGES.
A. F. t A. lie Lodge So
I meet first third even
j. If. W. M. L. I, Moore,
Lodge No.
Keels every Tuesday V.
Johnson N. O, . II. Pender, See.
K. River Lodge N.
meets W.
C. C. A. B. K. of
R. and S.
it. Vance Council No.
in. eta even Thursday evening. L.
Wilson, It. la.-. Sec.
The Clark Conn
I'm e-i
June Issued to rue of Ail-
on the of
Barnes Is hereby given
to creditors of estate to present
claim-I rue for
on or e the day
of June or this notice will be
bar of Heir All
sol.- to said estate are
to BUlks immediate payment lo me,
the 7th day June
CANNON,
Public
Administering of
KM
be remarked the off.
hand be
tho man who was
trying to sell him a mountain farm,
it's the exception
as proves the
do you
a possum.
There's deny in that possum's
mighty good, but you can't never
make me think it's
Star.
UNDERTAKER
EMBALMERS.
We have t received a
hearse and the line of C-
fins and in wood, meta
lie and cloth ever brought
in Its formal
Personal attention given
dueling and bodies en-
to care will receive
every mark of
prices are lower man ever
Vein nut monopoly bet
soon DO
a, any
times the John Flanagan
BOB CO.
mm.
In
Port site,
Farmers buying t ,
supplier will It to their .
et to pt our price before
Our stock U
ll
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigar
Flour, Sugar, Cone
lowest market attest
in we buy direct from
late stock of
e at
ill i lire
in ii
HI V.
H. M.
ll Hie
by American
sUps MS Ike Havana bat-
lbs r day In the kill,
I a war harts . HuS ii a bad
mass at during the war
I or seriously wounded only
with t-3
CM
tart mule ill
a cost less limn 12-i
by lb- Spaniards may
We bars a
A lo
a for of
of lo
be vi led ill the ensuing November
election, Is called to at I
O'clock M. on -Mils,
i ball Mount.
The counties In the District have
not held cum minus to select
will irks notice
By I
K. S. hi.,
Una. Rx, Con. Third
All hereby inter,
on our with gun or or
any other purpose, under
of lbs law. The lands
pasted are site; north hide
Tar r in ll-. ship, ad-
iii in.- Win. W bead, John
Ad in lauds,
Tar liver, all , none ere specially
driving stock cattle upon
be law will be rigidly
nil
June
J.
A. J. Johns i on,
O. Brown.
Tobacco Sticks
Al wanting
them tin U.-
PA
Lumber
I KIP, Aim
in. I limn bi you wouldn't other
get-h. mall tilling work p who are
used lo
A now batons physician
early bin i alter in city
where he located there resided
an elderly physician who
ways ready to give him
One morning tho young
was called to visit n
man who was very sick. his
way be happened to meet old
friend, doctor, as usual, ho
bad something importance to any.
He tin w it out so long, however,
that man grew
finally Midi you
will have to excuse ate. I am on my
way to a who fa
said to dangerously
was unexpected reply,
limn a i
oil fellow resented subject
News.
Notice.
Having been appointed
s tor of the
all persons are hereby
to present all claims against the
estate of the said Adams for pay-
on or before the day
or this notice will be plead in bar
their recovery. All persona indebted
lo the said are lo make
i in mediate the
day , I,, p.-.
I. W. JACKSON,
J C. k CO
N. 0-
MARBLE
Wire and Iron Fencing
only work
prices reasonable.
CHARD
W. It.
Administrators Notice
It virtue an order from the
or of
et toe estate ofT W
will on M
day of May, before the lour
Ho door In sell to the
highest bidder lbs of
land.
One town lot in town of Ayden.
on the
lands W. II liar-
and Amos
fourth sere, more or leas.
T. of t Is cash.
K CANNON,
of T F. Harrison.
I-U-. A
Whichard, N.
The Stock complete in
very department
prices as low as the low
st. Highest market
prices paid for country
produce.
The Eastern Reflector.
D. J.; Editor and Owner TRUTH TERMS per; Year in Advance.
VOL. XVII.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C, FRIDAY, JUNE
NO
Tuesday
Friday
-AT-
Am
OUT OF
You Sleep in on Air
That Cur. a . .
e-f
Asthma, drip,
Throat and Lang Troubles.
THE PILLOW INHALER
Is pill,
that lino,,, ., .,
inflamed
sir I .
KNOWN MIMICS
It .-I
filled.
for fret
. be
co.
St Corcoran M
ll. Cm or I
Pa.
your bona yet
We may get sugar from beets, but,
as a i it's the bests that got our .-u-
us.
The which our era lure
been playing on Santiago is the march
may says the
few us
the
Home claim that unhealthy
results follow They've
the and twisted. K
is the a i Dec
a cigar said the chi up
replied
reporter. given up
bit the poor man Id
whom I used to turn over your cigars
la- He's
going to hove tripe
row for whispered the old
boarder at the supper table. do
you asked newest victim.
I saw landlady going Into a
lo-day where was
a sale In Turkish
replied i
nothing us but s regiment Am
Your but
have not noticed that ll the Ha-
store announce bargain
be morning up lbs
while sobbed be knew
that all was over.
June SO,
AI Ins General
i in Cuba,
and rt-
the l of n
fr
in it-e.
order i -rill
i la lie n
the of B
fleet at
lo-day. and Dewey i. not
likely to wit Gen-
rad to
Sun with tho
third I fl-ct
before
It is announced
that a the last
it wan decided that
be needed, and that
another call for volunteers would
be shortly, tins
week It would
use should be made of e troops
we already have
more men to
positively denied the that
to quarrels between
who is now
in Washington, latter ha I
been virtually from I lie
commend of the the talk of
friction between them
and even goes so far as to
Mr. intends directing
the movements of the
s- The change of plan by
which Gen. Miles i logo to
Rico u command of me
now prepared for
that ion is said to
been by Ibis
and lo have been the
himself, who
being responsible for one
army over he wen-d
absolute control to being held
responsible for the move-
of all our troops
hampered by civilian control- It
is announced that the of
Rico is to lake be-
fore the Spa rial alleged to
have failed Cadiz can get
and vain-
for year I-
with lbs newest new
styles, selected with el
care a. to quality, go lasts and
styles. We have cam
for the A
of the latest effects
I a ; i s BONUS
d t. i. g-
id I lo
of u v on
can bold They
only absolute
offered, because tin re
i nil time a public m
holders can
variety in every
of the i- yo
like them. the
i whirl
all right Don't tall to see .
splendid Koch s lake ad. sell i and also offer
of the in BOat form Cl c
in i or o. .,
i if t -i fire n
loin. hi-
Dry v no-
I ;
IV. Federal, a
Dross Notions,
of all kinds. Gents Furnishing Goods.
Caps, Shoes and s in black and tan
to fit the ladies, men. girls boys.
EH
W do in say that w bi-t
l y y s in our low b what our rs
about our ii Oxfords, A of
AS in wilts-, black
Window Mm i in nil colors.
and war
run.
line of
Cut Curtain Swiss, Polos
in white and colors, Window Shades
in all and seven
ft
and
Bags, Art Squares, Matting, Oil
Cloths, Mats in robber, steel and
Crockery, Lamps. Lamps, Library Lamps,,
Lanterns, T iv; sec Automatic Oil loom
Can, fills your lamp and does not run it over
f of
into
re r. d f
.-
A bond is to
bear-r- and
sold formality tis freely
as-. of and
cut kind.
to Hid freedom if Iran.-fer
are
by
hold them but n lime,
for
make a permanent
t lies in o dancer
lie lost or In
care lo.-s lo
lie us as would b
the of a hank Th COO-
DOn bonds take i from
method by Interest is
bolder.
on
bond is a of s
small of interest
due. which arc so designed
one i- oat off mi n it
i-
T for
I. H
B rt lie i
war v I and i so nets
i. , ., , ind
-1- i to i
mail. Tl o i
fur bonds.
i .- w
bond lo I, or i.- n fr
In-. i aid Ike
P i of A
ii II d re
i for transfer, ll
. t will k i f
the bond I the la
. lied, if a lost or
Hid is not recovered with-
in Biz aw t
a I upon
o loss s i I f
v due I
teat
b ii Is i.- p -in by the
by o In order
that no mistake may be made in
payment of interest, the
bocks the Department are
for a period, car
to the Hie
loan- The books of tho four per
Mo, loan of are closed for
whole month h
payment of n
On oilier loans tits books a-e
closed d -a
interest Daring
tins period are made
tho devoted to
paring which
the of the win
of bonds me ho
of
duo one.
i have n
ed and proved, are
of d
m.
From FACTORY to CONSUMER.
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Our new US-1
Drip-
iv.
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He, yours for
a u
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in ,
I i Ion is mailed In
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BALTIMORE, MD.
OBSERVATIONS
M a I j Va
in
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re poor
ii r in
The in
v in a Hip- it ti
who i
no lank
mi
On our you will
FURNITURE
Professional- Cards
Bed Boom In Solid
all prices. Bedstead, t
If the reputed Cribs
starting of this re of Dining Tanks, Kitchen Tables, Ce
re Tin Hates, Hall No k
about Cone i hi your
GOODS and will coats out We and pleas to
i-in a . u i.- p -i will proves to
o ii-1; it in i l i in and
Tours fir mutual
W. y. Bond. I-
FLEMING,
N. C-
In all courts.
B. Tyson,
N. C
Swift
N- Pi
CAM TYSON,
N. C
In the Conn.
H. o,
over J. O,
Cobb Store.
H. Small, . H. Long,
N. C. Greenville, N. C,
SMALL A LONG.
Attorneys Counselors t Law
In all the
w. B. W. in n.-ii- Grimes
RODMAN A
ATTORNEYS AT I AW.
c N. C.
Only
win In own
suits in up a lit-
it will be almighty good
reports the
past have resulted in up
things.
A Democratic canons of the
House is to be held this week to
determine
to old method,
pended since the civil war, cl
all in n
to by the
of the
While members of tho
profess to believe Unit
insurgents in pine are
in accordance with an
agreement made with
Dewey, it is well known that they
are more or less worried over the
newt the declaration
a i independent government y
the Philippine in-argents- No
official will say what are to
relation of Merritt, who is
lo command the sent to
Philippines as well as be military
governor of the island, with the
I; begin to look a
trouble in than
whipping the Spaniard a-o
there. was
certainly not the in-
to setup an independent
government when instructions
were for the
government, be establish by
to collect urn
duties on importations to is
land .
Although t ere are about thirty
Senators who a e opposed to tho
of the s-
ii resolution, winch wont
tho last week
large a vote that was
compelled to k op his i
i for
Each coupon
r i f the and
the data
holder of s bond
it e period,
and col-
i. The coupons are
a; may
hank,.
i . soon
will be accepted
any having a
with whom the holder of
He ii in b is Tho b Id-
cf a may tit any
limo have converted Into a i
d free
mil envelopes ed.
and in doe el is
lo owner
The checks for the ore
cheeks ate of
United Hinted, e, o
bonds are in
of WOO,
-ii red
iii of
Mil.
i h--
oily tat
i. r
liver I out
. no appetite, life or
. i .- -i l i i ire
. . i n-.-l iii. Is
null- give
i Hire relief. set
mi your stomach and
tone up I'm- whets tad
you f.-i-l a new Mag They
arc ears or
For ml I. Drug
costs per
Nominees or Superior
COUrt
i. . m
which now the i of
of the Senate, it is rot i Carolina, of
believed, even by South are among tho
can prevent a vote being . leaders of too opposition to nu-
ll I.
A registered bond i i payable to
the order of the owner, can
only be. transferred being
properly and
b; owner-
it made by owner In,
.,,.,, i i i been a pm-M-
the blank f on tho back of I, , , , , ., .
, , , ,, , i ,
must by
HOW TO THE SF-W
Tho loan which is now be-
offered will
daring the of
end It,
reached and the resolution adopt-
el by tho Senate. It ha boon
decided that opposition should of of Lieut.
do all talking the
debate; also that Congress shall
not be allowed to until
tho is voted
brings it down to a
of the opponent
of annexation, should decide
lo fight lo the lust ditch; lint it is
considered likely I hat will
allow a to taken in
course week or two very
close observer of things
is so confident of this that he
has wagered the coast nu
dinner for eight
that the mil taken before
of July The whole power
of administration is being
used to bring about a vote-
A larger proportionate number
of Democrats in the will
vote for the in
House, where voted for it, mid
a few who re-
mind from in deference
the large party majority again
it In fie populists
divided evenly on I
and I S is lame
ion among lbs Populist
and the r crew
of the and authorizing
the President to advance
lo com-
in Senate by
and in tho House
by
will be promptly by
re-s- has been a in
of his
but official tire
t exchange a ill shortly
m it hot been
slated at Madrid that the
government had
.-. to main the
go
some officer authorized
of Treasury
lo witness
The tho registered
J who lo part with writes
i his name en of the bond
officer; then
the witnessing writes Ids
j name in it proper and
nu impression of Ins official
soil.
The officers who author d
to witness a
. United Slate I
States district attorney, era
United Hates court,
; customs, or assessor of
internal United
or Assistant Treasurer
or or
The lion-en-i- for
whose
nominations were ratified by the
State are
H- Brown,
Jr., cf
Sec H.
an, of Craven.
Fifth I. Shaw,
I ford-
H. Allen,
The method of subscription I -if
Seventh A.
of
Eleventh district A.
of Lincoln,
n en were nominated in
districts by a
conventions bin tiny are to
he voted for in the State at large.
Allen and
are now on the and
re ti mud to succeed themselves.
Shaw i-i named Iii succeed
and to succeed
led at every n st
office, and most of bark
and on these
form i is clearly all that
it necessary f-r sub r
to fill on. Tho may
mail to the Treasure De-
at Washington
filled Out,
s v the
pat value of tho amount of
for which he wishes
Thai remittance may be in what-
,, j r f mils
currency,
bank check. office
M abounds
are oven greater than
of White chapel-
of narrow old
Mr. a, Thomas,
Int. lo s inure
yet been mule In lbs Klondike
he
HI. h
m.-i- our-
by New for
and Colds lie
la el mile
coin with marvelous cure,
I have even if en-l .
Sis ii hill lie. II
I ill I ire
tr.
apt mi hot.
b U
It-
j to Or
there
s officer within a reasonable
o- when- through sick-
or for some Other
tho owner of registered
bonds not go before one of
officer . Treasure De-
will d
son nest the v. a-n. r to act a wit-
money order, or express bordered by the
hovels; from tbs
squalor of these spring
the components of the for
mobs which are e bane, of the
city. belt of
Madrid are
of the
grandees are dreadfully
led. and magnificent buildings
few and far between.
The day the is
i r the It
a-o from the
drafts, or orders, sub-
national bank, or If s will been and lb
a United begin drawing
or
W hen tho bonds are deliver
ed, a will
Covering Urn interest at
per cent from tho day sub
is entered to the l-it of
August, the d of
and from winch the bonds
licit- own
When the owner of a ed i
he in iv rid
Sores,
Cuts
It in
it. r, r tin
I, disposes of it and has ill v.
. . . I p. v cures
assigned l. be delivers It It.- mm to give
new who should at
. , . t, s cents boa,
l.
N w Y World that
the will make the
nay the war tax on cigar-
Heretofore have sold
Cent st brands to
deal rs at per thousand.
-id. i a will be 13.80.
tax ii- JO will pay
.-out- of it nod put the
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Entered at office t Greenville,
N. C, M clan mall mar.-r.
JUDICIAL
A convention
Dale I candidate fr Senator of 8.--1
Judicial District of Carolina, to
be voted to- at cumin,; November
election. is hereby called to Beat at
o'clock P. M. on July i-
he public lull at Mount.
counties in lie District
not held convention to select delegate
to convention will Bum notice
and govern themselves accord-
f By order
F. S. ILL,
Cam. Deni. turn. Third
Heaven
Greenville, N. C.
When the grim
Us remorseless band
upon or mother, a cold, cherries
steals over those
left and they wonder at toe
God providence. But alien
mother and both are taken into
c and tomb, and not con-
tent with thus ravaging home and
h the hearts t
el -a of y.
fail and c aims tor bid victim the
y tender, flower l-
the and soul up
late the dim vista and ex-
that I might
the wonderful mysteries pros
The almost ceases to
Ike heart almost stands still
awe. and will we
Saturday morning, the
dawn -lay. a. a. when
cam to
their praise-. When
the heralds the day were I-
the mom the spirit
and Miss
iii. the late Thomas
lag, Winged its light from earth to
the God. and the wings
Of soared catch
an mother who acre
waiting -1 the an-
daughter, an convey her through
lb r to great
who d
o inherit the kingdom
in
A I I I I I
Through courtesy L. II. Ten-
we are to place our
an the battle at
i . . by Walter I. who
everybody so L.
HOY IV TAMP-
Camp Dan Russell, Co.
N. C, June ,
News is scarce. Nothing unusual
sore arms. Twenty-six our
men went to the hospital this morning.
Every one them were excused
II. Pend-r H a it the all duly by on d
Spanish rag Walter The arms.
K. V. Cox, Pin, enlisted in Com-
K yesterday. We need
Ma be
For Dearly three months Tin Ii
i hrs been giving its
a daily
news every day just is it
This ha ban done at great i M to
tie paper and much labor t. the
editor and We another
tor in the State, or
the same amount till t tic
had do to newt.
Tue editor cl Tin. h. s
as
ail bin.-
MU and editing la f. r
alter his
local and
one with it can
what taxing, almost killing
has been.
Of giving this
news has to extent increased
at the paper, but not near
enough Io the in-
curred, to the increased
labor. we--k th- las
been given we have lost by ii.
Besides this. now tic
news has b.-en a i as to
be not worth paying Such us cane
not be vouched the
in t- till out
the wons
having taken to
out rumors one day and
h-in them the next. ILL. I., i,,.,.,,
both annoying and in
that readers such new., could not
the
true.
sh-- gladdened
h and
f ell in lace and Sh-
Wis by fell knew her.
a-bar; had hit the
of school lite that
ha and
Nannie Cox. e-l N. C-. lull
hope, in all
pure, young,
She was one-
i pen arrival at bar s. Illy Addi
with typhoid
which she recovered.
Father, mother, daughter at r
side awaiting die great day
who is the and the
lite. Weep not
An link la- been ill th
binds us t . and t.
God. harp has be-n tuned
in great Minstrelsy o glory.
has no sorrow heaven
e Thy beauty is
from Co and adorn the
white -I I
all things A
is the the
C. S. S.
June
Ml
W-st right alter receiving yours dropped lo .-
May tor Stayed there on his way where be
there we Hying had lo the Teachers Assembly.
sailed where l b was elect-
we the Spanish tied so w- Have ; to presidency. Well, I.- is just
b -ea oil liters S man p-a---. An excel-
He OHM last week, so we tall. All boys were glad lo
in line tor battle, last is with
th-y look the Merrimac county men. Sorry he could
vessel I was en ran it In stay longer. He us about
the harbor and sac a it so storm and lire.
Spanish not get out. I Perkins in Raleigh, he cam-
Had six nun to run it e, three out to see us. He will Monday,
her own crew. They started in He to see the Governor on
morning, w bet.
they entered op-n d lire on ill orders. Men desiring lo go
last as col-id. looked . lo Park Pool to may
a solid mas; fire going on it but do in company a
kept going until they reached, who will b; responsible
the wheeled it and sink , tor their c
it an. nit a single man a All are posted with
end
J I. I re could get awn. A corporals
l We privates shall M
d X. w to the and surround- M
the night The next night th-y to ill persons out
sent me buck to lo run papers
very all th-j week. It
in th-- so at I d both serves at some s n
sea s-i they had lo do blows no on goo-l.
just knock a prop and the caps Our i to -i so
-tart-d up the bear. Don't know who will
slow then ell into a
launch to Tex is which
was lying in Iron cl the in Monday, June
harbor miles I ail, is Over
-i- t ;. are in the hospital now.
TO CA A
A Powerful Flying Squadron For
Washington, D. C, June
was by
and members the
Naval War Board, today lo organize
a last to
Admiral C -it h
comes the Atlantic. The
will be under the c I
Comm Schley and will b com-
posed lb class haul ship Ore-
which mad.- such a record break-
trip Francisco; the
Brooklyn, the -r Orleans,
cruiser the cruiser
The gunboat Newark, the
Yale or Harvard, ard ably one or
two other vessels. The flying
will concentrate near
Rico, and await appearance
cl Spanish fleet.
OF RESPECT
Passed y Sunday School of
M. K. b. South, on the sud
aid unexpected death cl Mi.-e Maggie,
I had just.
. i is very sick, be has lever.
e nun go -.-y.- and had , m
the were being tired on a-i i n has We hope it is
I expected to hear vaccination,
getting out They be I law one man in the
It me go in with then, bull bad delirious night. He could
, only M nit wilt,
w. s. dropped to to . u
I bated ii et funk. bad wk we bad at.
will be no with arm.
no M
Naval do
will proceed
but no will
will be in all lo
v possible
Admiral to flip
The
s and lo
north will patrolled
o prevent Spanish
entering Cuban port. pro-
the coast
The Oregon and New
are now
other hips are scattered. are
at and
duty along the It will
lake weens lo the
It u Cadiz to lb. Ca-
which ii if
It will lour days
lot to make point.
reach there b Monday,
HUE
the in
or Cuba its next b. at
Cap Verde coal a
miles. bate
amp lime to hi
the Spanish at has to
Cape
Cape Verde to Etta is WOO
mike, and trill require Cam
lea-i two to cover
the distance.
lime lo the coast
SEVEN SPRINGS
prominent and
ail l o bare It. A cure for
and Nervous W
A peerless in midst oaks and
hills. Seven . Boar I day
per week month Livery stables the best as lot
Address all to Ma. v.
G. F. SMITH. Prop
W. M.
PITT COUNTY
EDWARDS COBB, Proprietors.
At the lat store House.,
tiers in all of
Buggies a
All kinds of done. We use skilled and
material and are prepared to
MONEY TALKS
YES it talk for us
by buying at prices, and
give our customers the advantage of it. We
want to do business with you. We bought
reading it it as. X. C.
Whereas, I. -r-l in bis
trouble has been delay removed from
on the part the people in and
g the service lo us, it very
y d ct and Mrs. S j , i n, ,
Thai at seal her
iv.
we took everything i we could.
We are
to stay. Three here, though
not I think, a
u.
we bombarded Santiago
1.1 and it a as a bald battle as
had many batteries ones
belt their shoeing Sad. We
so w- now hate
Spanish deal shut up in there.
I was in during
battle and the way those .-hells j
baited and over Honolulu, June
luckily hit ship, though
passed through the
I what a b is now add
two or three days yet, and only
nil
Your Ac.,
D.
PROTESTS
Victoria, B. C, June Id-
lowing was received today per
June 9th
is the lull cl the
Spanish
consul this and the Ha-
govern relating to the en-
American
in the afternoon In lore we could
get Till Bid out.
For all t reasons together
decided lo slop lbs telegraphic
tarries awhile, both loss's e-
while the news is not worth pay
la-; and take rest that we
need. can test as-
last we will watch
e Miss Maggie am
hr zeal Sunday
S and to duty makes it
butting c express our
-ii her,
U- solved 1st. That her s
vi-- hi the School ever
h Id in loving remembrance by of
survive her.
Ti at sudden
r such a p ire and Ins
Ids BOOS us leaves a
going and Tut w I, it lime alone can chase away.
That with
keep informed all imp.
connected with the war. And
as soon as the news becomes o
interest we will begin
service again. We e
not slopping i permanently, but only
will this explanation hops no
one who bus subscribed t.,
telegraph .-r-
vice will his name,
your patronage you will help
us to tome regain we have
in giving service so and it
will show you appreciate we
have already done. Hear in
is going lo keep yon
up with the news.
Arrival of Troops
Cable lo
Mule. St Nicholas, June
off
in.-I . in- i-. The
probably Marines
deep
sympathy with sad and
relatives the deceased we ex-
press the hop even so loss
to us nil may be overruled by
Mm who death all well.
4th. Thai a copy these
resolutions be spread up--n the records
Sunday School, a copy be
lo the North Carolina Christian
Adv. cut.-, the News and Ob-
server and the Greenville
and that a copy be sent In the
Mm I
N H. I Com.
Kin
S. A.
THE
and equip-
in its history. Faculty,
Academic Courses; Kl-
Courses;
in Law, Medicine and
Advanced daises lo women.
a year; Hoard a month.
Ample self-help.
and loans the needy.
Summer school hers;
tors. students. Total i
In my as consul
Spain. I have the honor today t.;
formal the Hawaiian
against the constant viola.
lions neutrality in this harbor
arrived and
actual exists between
river batteries III-. I America.
to the re.
hat- i this Lave the
honor lo be, sir, II.
Vic- i
The reply the government which
is no i Mr. Banjos hands is as fol-
low.
l Foreign
Honolulu, June B,
lit reply your of the
1st instant, have honor to say
owing
now existing between this country and
the lulled stales, this has
not proclaimed a proclamation ct n- u-
having to the
firing i ii us both sides and
in oat we silenced
and took a sneak be-
hind an island, so we lien If
and two cables. Th St. Louis and
w. re with List night
back to Santiago and sent
us back this evening to land a lot of
wen b-re surrounded
by in the midst
the river is narrow,
lo remain here tun.-.
I h-ii d of this hot,
mate. We can hardly Hand
. . . . . , , , . . , between the Sta e and
Nothing to eat hard tack, salt horse on contrary, has lender-
and weak coffee. Can't get ed let the Untied Slabs privileges and
let to wash our laces with half which reason your
lime. I wish Uncle S mi would send
us something to eat inst-ail of looking
alter starving we worse off
than they are. It is a the way
they feeding navy, as have
ships to send us provisions in.
J he navy is all right in time
but not in war, they nothing
Bananas are growing all,
us and will not let us go
lest can receive no
to acknowledge in receipt.
have honor lo be, sir,
Your obedient servant,
I.
Al the annual meeting the North
teacher's assembly
at II.
a-bore lo get Do you think this I president
soon lie over I don 1.1 ensuing year.
We have to do yet. These j This is a
are bald to take. man in North Caro-
Their ships are nothing ; fins who take more
not meet our. I enclose a a
Spanish that was Ire-m
light by this ship
Later on I will send some relics the
for you u keep me.
to all the boys and lo all.
T.-ll Mr. I am a
lime of it here. our Nephew,
W. I.
bus been reinforced. No concerted ac-
on city be made, until the For
latter part lbs week.
his duty
Pro.
dale. There is in
state that bus its purpose up-
building and establishment of nobler
and higher principle than that
and as the head
this will
see lo it, because ho knows bow, that
its good, will ii possible be
placed upon a higher plain.
We congratulate the a.
In Camp
By Telegraph to Reflector.
Haw fork, Jana upon wise selection and
men n first regiment Slate- his eminent nil
into position with both to
JUN, Chapel today, and lbs
Mrs. Mack's
Augusta woman for whom
Martin slew and
II never
mad which she leaves Auburn when
her nil SI a is ever.
Tb retribution of a higher
the is swiftly overtaking her,
and in a few short months the woman
for whom two men fought U the
be blind.
A cataract is forming the pa
I'll, her eyes, and the light day
aid the power to see is rapidly fa-ling
them. that same stolidity
which refused for so long lo
tell one single of story most
brutal murder in the cl
she to lei the give her
as the die s and go
is b lading m work in her
to what fingers cannot
feel
Here is the late cl the There
was a time she was happy
bride the baker ;
William the dead hull
rubber, into her lite and won her
away from him. There was a
that joy which come
only with the victory on
but, like a Dead sea it
away when Martin Thorn
the burlier, came into the garden
their happiness, the woman
had to between two.
For lbs trial black
eyes wept torrents remorse, and the
moving to end, her
guilty of murder the degree,
and he was sentenced to the electric
chair.
was sent prison
fifteen years, and the curtain dropped
on this picture
racy. The world, busier
other and things, almost forget.
now, cut of the prison and through
the bars, comes news that those
eyes, with their deceit and hatred and
untold stories, and n the lust trace
a beauty that once made her lovers
do bidding, dimming with dis-
ease.
Today they are almost expression
less, and when she turns toward her
keeper there is no e of
great passions surge
her.
Surely and blindness is
creeping upon her, and for all
lime will soon be f on ion. Per-
haps even that will be
something a will close
to her sight ilia bars of tee jail and the
earth that she has with her
presence
Augusta is to
her way the balance her.
Y. Journal.
right and we sell them right and treat you
J. B WHITE
Dry Goods, Notions, Shoe, Hats
celebrated------
Eagle Brand Fine hoes
all see them. All are invited to
my stock aDd learn the low prices.
S. T. WHITE.
We are now taking orders for
Tobacco Flues
Flues ready tor delivery now
W e do all kinds of Bicycle
repaired promptly.
Hi Jr
GREENVILLE. N. C.
MB
Heavy and Fancy
ES
GREENVILLE, O
goods kept constantly on
hand- produce
and sold. A trial will
on.
W-
J. R. COREY
saddles harness
A General Horse
Millinery.
Also a nice line of
Groceries.
I can now be in
the brick store for-
by J. W. Brown,
to see
More Goods for Less Morey
or More Goods for the Same
Money than any House.
CLOTHING
In quality great
Such elate
At the prices we state.
Patterns rare and in-
tense,
As bargains they're
You invest good
and sense.
Take look at my styles,
They came many miles
They keep you in smiles
No better clothes,
Than this line we sup-
pose,
From sheep ever
The Cork Was MM Par These
lo I me Out.
Jess
Mrs. G. A- Is
lo
J. S. rt ;
t K. A.
here.
B. this
Springs.
Mrs. Camilla to
this
Miss
Mis Emily
J. Neck, is
his
Milo is J. I.
Smith in
Miss is
visiting AT. B. son.
A. G. Cox and
Pitt Hag.
e IS
lbs
seal la C B Beat C B
V. baa the true an-i
young ladies ore to be
h, the bays
N. C.
A.
Ir. a-
in he-half -f
I i 1-. I
FRANK WILSON
THE KING CLOTHIER.
Frank Wilson
aV Mi
i- f
n ;.
II.
lb N i
he I I I
a mile . H
i --t t lbs
and lbs II ;
ii. era at
t I a mi. A
ii.
lull
today .- M A ;
b. .,., la Ores- J ,
Second .
r. b I III D It
in token love, con- , . , , ,.
., , , . .,
wishes those lei, ;
IS
t sac . I lbs
j t
r is is
to
U. W. and
hero mis morning join.-
REFLECTOR
Local
Fresh Butter at S. at
Thai a heavy we had Tues
W. O- will rebuild his
The Farmers is
on to
There are lour weldings take
place Art you them
Al tour collages
lie bi
The is turn-
work now. Your
turn next.
W. manager
Telephone exchange, requests
u, to state he will be absent from
lbs city about ten days and that
will net be open slier o'clock st
night.
the silk
which lie Greenville sell
here, presented by Col.
to lbs Greenville Cap.
Smith responded. The regiment will
lag until Hi own colors arrive.
Raleigh News Observer.
of the
that
, D, , , I to i
church will be occupied in
rinding- on
he is steadily growing
in public and
It bus never been so lo the
people and so able lo help them The
enrollment students this year is
remarkable, being the largest in its his-
We would like some needy hoy
lo get its advantages of scholarship and
loans.
acknowledges II
receipt the following w
Mrs. Margaret
the honor of your presence
It the ceremony of
daughter
Maggie Vance
Mr. Coleman
on
Wednesday morning, June twenty-ninth
eighteen
at o'clock,
church
Carolina.
A. W.
us tin
sometime to
Deaths
Miss this
morning at I o'clock, the
home her aunt, Miss Adelaide Flem-
two north of town. She win
about years old. had been
some- days with
Miss Vincent, daughter
Mrs. Alice Vincent, of
died Friday night of typhoid
Mr. Biggs one of the
county's best citizens, died Wednesday
night, at his home in Ayden,
oil,.,. attend
tut an
to
wire M t see H. C.
a his . I business alter a
a few
Mi-s Annie r ins this morning
t visit trends Chapel Mill,
Vial is veiling
of lbs. Hooker I.
W. II Bat
tax how he
attending the As-
W. G. Lang,
morning to be at bedside his
who is very at Wash-
s, c.
to see Sir.
Fortes on lbs streets
Hi is much and boo
be well.
The m ruing
to Press Con-
and to Inks a
His wile him-
K. M. Busier, of Home
Visitor, pass-id this
his wife, to attend the N- S
Convention a- II.-.
Ibis to
tend the Carolina Tress Asa
elation that will hold its annual
at this week.
i Jim-
W. F. is sick.
C. M. Bernard went to Raleigh this
on
Mrs M. K It-It lb
limn- in this morning.
Mrs. Thomas returned home
this morning from a visit to
Miss Rosalind went to
Monday evening ti
Miss Mary went to
Monday evening lo enter Dr. Hyatt's
sanitarium
Miss Leila Wilkinson,
who has been visiting Mrs. Cult.
has to her
Chas. L Mm M
m City t
an examination before
Mrs, M. A. Stephen returned Mon-
day evening
had to her
Stephens.
Mrs. John Due hell d lo children
who have visiting Mrs. V. II. Which-
Monday evening to visit In ends
in
enlisted in the e-f I
honor.
May the silken b to th- m II
reminder el bean-
pulsating in breasts every
one at horn, as it on-
nearer, their Sat. nobly
dis. the duly i
Present the flag a lime- hi d
in such a as seem lo you
most
The delay in sen bag it is due o an
error in the wording by the
Wishing, for a baa m-n
your aid
great th-
We are Bleat
Miss
Mi-s
Vis- B m
Mis- Hunt
Mies
Three
b not I
it less lbs a-
1-
V, , in .
n ii -1
growl
I. ITEMS
X. C , 20th, 1898.
Mi- Bertha near House,
last here with
lure.
W.
Spent Sunday here with brother M.
O. t.
was
as to i . FOR RENT.
it v i n. of Ism H
v evening until i. and Stabler, I
B G I K
L M ii seen
i- in i- are lull.
n r
. i in
,,. rill . .; be r.
r Colonel Burg.
wen says Hi lb regiment
recovers an will march
int. i can
sea ii and n a mark ct n at
I the d sots i u
Guards last Bred m n
tin- Ugh
one eras hit shooting
.- by n Murphy and
a in
lo Messenger.
a quick FOR
AND
i all
i of the
THROAT OR LUNGS.
u.
. f-. Pi .-1
The Normal and
Industrial College
. If. r- lbs young the State
ugh j r classical
. and I An-
i . Meet
ti reg
i it. Has
.-very
in two.
and of about
To I boar-l In
mil
m r
those
trained teachers.
i and other
lion,
I or.
OSMUND HOUSE
X . C
We bow W- H- White
avenue
to furnish board
For in-
t to
W- f.
Si
If art ii -1 in U. i bun h
I'm-. W. E. Tucker lo
Proctor, -v. X. I.
was bean-
decorated. Al H M. th.
L. cl
today.
Mrs. Jennette 1- arrived
Ala, Monday
evening. She will speed to church and to the the
. wedding march, rendered so
by Miss Louise enter-
The Baptist the following
held last j ;,.,. i
was a large crow-l pr s lit
it.
due n. for
school.
dipped
he ,,.,. , aisle.
the
Marion II
The In I Edwards.
r with Hits Matti
with Bryan a-
teacher.
j. Everett, of Sobers mill
who been at Col-
Alabama, three years
spent today here.
We have bad I'm.- rains the past few
d crops have greatly
sine the rain.
Mr. Crisp, held
services in the church
Jam. ii with MUs E la .-
We
for
to Inn
ping
busier bus You'll
pay from per cut
for equal . an I
We know to s
Dress Goods
Shoes,
Clothing,
buy .
If don't
m ii
i ti ea we
hope to hold your
V. s.
Lain Tucker with
ray.
II. II. with Miss Daisy Car-
man.
J. w
I OF OF
the
. , T it la
. i e-
Pie
h t-i upon
. . the
; remedy. As the
of Figs Is
Tl. Gel.
n . that fact will
In ling the worthless
the
. . Co, mad-
Figs has
. . i makes
. a guaranty
remedy. It
all ether laxatives,
. . In. liver and
i. ii In- luting weaken-
nor
. ii-
. the
m syrup co.
-.-, et
x. v
with Daisy Tuck-
she
son. V. L.
Then came bridegroom from
door 1- man
J. Mason, altar
die hi arc by her lister,
SHELL- Miss Agnes as -mail.
a and C r. mo y he
pair were one and the
retiring in reverted
lo home . I-
uncle the bride, where a .-
With was held
to O'clock. Were the
cosily
both mill
save a
h-i men. Ir bis
and good character.
Mrs.
at hey have some and hand so
wish happy a v
,, ,,,,,,,. in- . may
way re strewn ll
Mrs.
B. J. Cobb. Lillian
the services.
Ram or No
Today.
Today has become a
axed in build up
and maintaining hi trade,
of contracting Tor so much space and
filling it commonplace, meaning-
less every is put to
give inch character and inter, l the
matter as lo sec-ire ii the best
results. minds arc giving
best thoughts and all their time lo
develop new thoughts.
and the result . that a fund
sod are being brought
to immense advantage o
Hose who use this method publicity
sad
Such is the
that
not submit to the a rainy day
when would with
pleasure. A picnic i-a . men
ranged yesterday, but just
for sinning a heavy
rain began to Tall which
made the HI a I outdoor
rather gloomy. Hut young
will a good lime ram or
;,. o well filled baskets
wire to Star
at which young
assembled several enjoy-
he-use and the
occupied
bis year. Hf was buried . Tyson and
Thursday, Revs, and Manning .
ville, North Carolina.
A. Mon-
here and returned evening
by his nephews, Masters
Percy and Earl
a very sick child.
Miss Anise Jones, Greene county,
arrived ibis morning to visit
here.
Mir. and Master Frank
went to Raleigh
visit
John Williams returned to
morning accompanied by
Miss BUSS.
N. C. June
now looks very line
l General Andrew D. Cowles will
be made a brigadier general
ll is known that the republican
Stale
agree on one
There is all gen-
lies not one is other than a democrat,
lb. republicans ought
lit rial in I
r. nine the
own As between General
Cowles and Other republicans mass
hf
vi,,., is popular, and they would
avoid the appointment a civilian. ,
The impression at b.-r
is that another call tor volunteers will I j.
be nM, and the is ,,
North Carolina will have as many SI ,,. ,,,.,,,.
two under ii. Ii is Limited not to
that lie regular army h ,. Frill.
doubled or more probably and
a great el regiments
tun-
fall begins Thursday,
Bates of Tuition.
per
Miss Emily and Mi-s
. II
not
inc . Min niece, .
d the by scabs M , is vi
the nu. in body g
volunteers will later be
Th- see is will; re- ,., Greek, Pit nob, each
rapidity- h
say alter the second is lull,
will probably be by day
the first recruit
Ninety the second are
looked today or tonight. Then
will nearly lilt regiment, on lbs ha-
that per cent, the surgeons.
The detailing the six
the second regiment
construed to that
the will be
in garrison in Cuba,
Rico and the
ll it quite well
courses
and Bar.
pat month
payable
taking both and
allowed
We lion merit the
i port and full those
I cited in true education
Invite ion your
once enter your girls oar tell at.
Any i
he
Tour Attention
Please.
We have just thrown on our
line of
Mm and Shoes
which will be sold at low figures.
MB
JcT
A new line
Dress Goods
All made in
1808.
Lang's Cash House.
N. C





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It is a picture of the celebrated
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DESCENTS FROM KINGS.
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complete without one. a
man is
The Reflector Book Store
has a assortment Fountain Pen
also a beautiful line of Pearl Handle Gold
You will be astonished when you see them and
cheap are.
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Want Job Printing
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Motor Job Mm Dice.
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he Eastern
Is only
contains the
news
week, and
to the farmers, es-
those
tobacco, that is worth
many times more than
the subscription price.
New Yorker. Wk
Then la D unwritten in
the Unit. J that ii
proud of it-Hue Mood, origin.
Its forefather, who exulted
rank wore ink that were in
tome A society was
quietly organized year, ago
with the avowed purpose of
those neglected and forgot-
ten spring- at nobility and tracing
the family trees to their very
uncovering the secrets of an
try that might extend back to the
society made eon-
headway and exposed
royal connection in very in-
the researches so
satisfied a certain number of
blood -SO intensely blue W
they turn formed them-
selves into n second society, consist-
of those whose line extends back
to the some throne whose
among the then nation
of the earth was not considered,
long as it was a fide, throne,
with a genuine ruler sitting thereon,
wielding u scepter th
la-aerial -purple.
if this inner circle
are for the most pert New Yorkers
by birth residence.
The most probably,
is Gordon Bennett of The
Herald. Mr. Bennett is n direct de-
on mother's side of
Edward of the
of hi sitting one day on the
throne of Greet Britain is, it must
U confessed, not altogether clear,
it is not outside the limit
of possibility. lie is the forty
the lino of heritage, and s
revolution might bring him much
closer. As to the present mode of
addressing Mr. Bennett, as ho
practically become a Parisian, he
Would, no doubt prefer son altos
to hi highness should he conclude
to claim the title which it certain
hi gives him every right
to Use.
As a relative of Mr. Bennett the
distinction of royalty naturally I
long to Richard
on, who t duke of and
i has voluminous documents to prove
not alone Ml regal lineage, but the
actual personal claim he
to the title of duke. It must lie
that in corresponding be-
tween the various members of this
society their ancestral titles are
ways employed, and tiny are
I dressed as My Dear in
Bennett, for exam-
or Dear as with
Mr. And many
ban have paper emblazoned
with their Individual p
George an official In one
of the urge Insurance
on Broadway, New York, is a
leading member of the society,
enjoys the title of Earl of a
distinction that has been recognized
many generations hi
family, but has never been publicly
claimed. Mr. i-
of showing a
from Louis IX of Prance, whose
crusades the establishment of
Christianity and whose, tireless
forts the direction of civilization
earned him the St. Louis.
This ruler made his nephew lord
of the holy warranted to em-
ploy the title of Karl of
Charles well known
York, is, in reality, Prince
Inherit
bis title from old German
family of great distinction and
Whoso were at the
most extensive the Rhine. The
artist i do
although never make use
of tho and of hi
am even that
possesses it. In fact, to
entire credit, ho is authorized to
sign himself de
Connolly, the
known hatter, modestly conceal
the fact that as u direct descendant
of the last Irish king ho is none
other than Lord Connelly,
It is doubtful that ho ha ever said
so the society, of which ho
has long been There
a hundred others enjoying, if it be
an enjoyment, tho possession of a
title while apparently only
American citizens, but these
instances are to indicate
. really have an
York Mail Ex-
press.
Au
Chief tho auburn haired
at tho zoo. Is very so
bis convictions with
regard to straws limited to
the mere fact that they tell how the
rind blows. The chief that
Showing a straw with certain super,
natural will bring his din.
Bet hour around before I o'clock, the
regular time, and ho daily tries to
put theory into From
among the heaps straw in hi
sag., be selects with great the
longest and
having placed it in his mouth ho
goes to tho glass front of tho
and shading bin eyes with hi hand
peers lo the right and left iii search
of the keeper with his dinner. If
the is not in light, the chief
throws the straw as not
easing and so.
loots another, This is
repeated over and over with tho us
most gravity until tho
Int. la
Arabian horses manifest remark-
able corn-ago battle. It is said
that when a of this breed
finds himself a p.
that he will not be able to bear his
rider much longer he quickly re-
tires from the conflict, bearing his
master to a place safety while he
has still sufficient -t- But if,
on the other band, the rider is
wounded and fulls to the ground
the faithful animal remain
unmindful of danger. n
until assistance a- thought.
phi
rM M
t tire
., i U i-
. .
t, t I
In when Richard
perfected bis cotton
there were in England A II
pal engaged in the pro-
of cotton textiles. Nineteen I J, c
years later. In 1787, the number of
persons employed in the spinning
and weaving of cotton had Increased
to
PITT
Dam
J W J L
Smith, V
Walker, G T Alternates.
S W L Smith-
Alternate. W n
T A
Alternate, J H
Bethel
Judicial M
C It M O D A
Moore. Alternate, J James,
H Manning.
W Thomas.
J H
B J R
S M B
James, J S Brown, J T Nelson.
W G Little.
W W
A on, W
James L
A g. D W Bailey. B D
W II
Williams, W B Jr., W
A James, H N Gray. Alternates,
H Q Nobles, T B
J B
J Elks,
II Williams. Jno
L A Arnold. C M
J Bryan J J
Galloway
Mills, Henry Dixon. J L fox
W K J A K Tucker, B
St W A Stokes.
s. J B
J Elks, Harvey Dix-
L Clark. J A Porter,
Smith, J Bryan Grimes, J J
C Can-
non, J F Israel Edward-,
Jo n Back W W J O
Atlantic Lint
in i April ,
l. M
i s. i
i. . a
a in. II
n in. M p m
P in.
Ml p n. 7.1.1 p
p m.
ton .
in. a a.,
York a m.
XI p m.
Due Mi.
is p m. m.
p m. p
m.
a m. Rocky Mount 11.57
B m, 1.41 a in, Nor-
folk n m,
a m. a m,
7.11 n
tin i in.
a m
in. p m
In the Japanese match factories
the boxes and labels are made by
little girls, who arc
in the work. These little
experts get from to cents for
work.
Vainglorious men arc tho scorn of
tho wise, tho admiration of
the idol of parasites and the slaves
of own
The State Normal and
Industrial College
Offers the women the Slate
thorough classical
end An-
to
members. reg-
Has
1,500 n every
in Stat-i two.
Observation School
To In
all
b. Io lore August I.
trained
and
lion.
ave Your Money.
box of Pills will save
dollars in bills
I hey will surely cure all diseases
stomach, liver or bowels.
Reckless Assertion
sick headache, dyspepsia,
constipation
a million people
Liver PILLS
Ma
Lake
A L
J T Smith, B T J II
Hardy Johnson, John May
E Ira A G Cox
Alternates. T It J Brooks
Chi B In-,
Doc Jackson, A B
Holton, M F J
Tripp.
Delegates, E G
Cox, F Hart, U C
Sam-
John Spier, John
Cannon.
AM J T Hart, J Jack
sop. C C K Hooks.
B C M
Josee Branch-
H Smith
W U William. Al-
Jonas B
Li tie
B B
ii J L B Williams
Little, Fred Phil
lip-, J H Smith.
T Lewis,
J W W M Lang. Alter-
T M M T
E A
F II Davis, T L
Alternates. A J Tyson, B M
Lewis. W E Barrett.
Judicial-Delegates, J W Vin-
cent. V Keel. J L Fleming, L I
Paul Harrington, U L
O W Harrington, W B
T W King,
Harvey Allen. Alternates. W
Brooks, E L Dudley J T Smith,
C A Tucker, W
A ii W H
Smith, I. F J G
Got U T
King, M O B W King, F
Q James, W B James, W
dale, W U Smith. H F Keel,
Frank V, B W Tucker. A L
Al T
E in . I Dudley. W J
E II B L Little, E
B Dudley. O W Harrington, J B
White, W Fleming, C
B B Flem-
B E Abrams. Alternates,
J M T
W G
Mi. J B Little. Alternates,
W T Mason, W Andrews.
Cheek.
is,
S B H J William. u
Alienates.
J M
J A
E A
I H mi ii I. u
B A Alternates N H
M C J. T
Job Moore.
so m
p m.
p p
in. 7.11 p m. Bum
p m, Columbia
v, l i-m-k a in, August
la a m, Macon 11.11 a m,
Atlanta 11.3.1 p m. Charles.
ton Savannah 1.90
a m. Jacksonville a m,
1.20
pa pin.
A AT V
THE NORTH.
DAILY Poston
Philadelphia
are am.
am. Richmond 8.08 am,
10.00 am. Nor-
am.
nm, Wilson 3-. pm. Gold,
8.10 pm, Warsaw
pm.
THE UNIVERSITY.
Largest MiCron-i and
in its mu-
. A in.- Kl-
in and
lo
h a month.
tor v .
.
ad
la
Port Sis.
. buying L
will It to
wt to our prices before
Our
its brandies.
Tobacco, Snuff, Cigar
Sugar, Cone
Always at lowest price-
a -e buy direct from
A stock of
u band told
it in i in in, all
nit fold Ii t ASH
It inn Ii sell st a u -x
S. M.
DAILY No.
SOUND.
-THIS BEAUTIFUL and
Seaside Hotel, room,
thoroughly
and I. Ii lea-e o
rent.
be opined t S B
under f
further on call on or ail Ire
H. Han by. Owner
N. O.
Leave
Boston 12.00 night,
York 11.30 am,
pm,
Washington 3.46 pm, Rich-
7.80 pm. Petersburg
Pin. Norfolk 2.20 pm
1.0. pp.
m. Leave Wilson
7-01 am, Warsaw
7.6.1 Magnolia COS am.
No.
New am,
This
street.
Ne.
I P. V. Tampa am.
pm. III pin
Savanna 1.48 night, Charles-
ton Ml
am, Atlanta am, Macon
am, MO pm.
I 4.25 pm.
8.08 am, I am,
Marlon am,
ll.-IN am. Lake
11.09 am.
Train on Neck Branch
;. m., arrives Scotland Neck at 1.90 r.
6.87 7.6
i. m. Returning, leaves
m., 8.81 a-
Jail
ll
branch
i in mi a, . s
. Q., ail n
, 9.11 . in ,
r . , Pi- a ,. ,,
I 1.10 o. m
P.
nth
Utah
Train leaves i N C, via Albs
A Raleigh dally except
p. m., Sunday p. Mi
-Ire Plymouth 7.40 P. M., 8.10 p.
turning leave Plymouth dally
7.50 a. m., 9.00 a. tn.,
10.04 and II.
Train on Midland N. I.
dally, except Sunday, 7.10
ca, arriving 8.30 a. in. .
I ii leaves
r vii at 10.14 a.
Train on branch, Florence I;
leave ill. in p m, arrive
p m, Clio 8.05 p m.
I .,, Dunbar 8.40 a in,
7.60 a m, dally except Sun-
. . i on Clinton Branch leave
law Clinton dally, except Sunday
a. m. and 4.11 p,
in.
Train No. makes
Ion point
at .
art and Carolina K i,
i all North via Norfolk.
H. M.
Pass.
T. m.
J.
to Creditors.
the Court of
Pill County having, on the
June to me Letters Ad-
oil the of Tills
deceased No lee it give
to all creditors of lo present
their claims t. me for payment
authenticated on or e the 10th day
of June or this notice III be
plead bar of recovery, All per.
sous Indebted to said estate are notified
to make Immediate payment lo me.
This the 7th June
Public
the Tills
deceased.
land
All persons are enter,
upon our lards gun or or
any oilier purpose, under the pen-
the law. The land hereby
are situated on the north side of
Tar r In ad;
joining John
iii-- Ail. lands,
Tar river, and all are
their upon
he same. The law will ha rigidly
enforced against all
Juno till 1898.
II. Wilson,
A. J. Johnston,
O. Brow.
Tobacco Sticks
All Tobacco Sticks
Lumber
Wit. .;.
UNDERTAKER
FUNERAL h
EMBALMERS.
We have t received a
hearse the line of C i
and in wood, met
and cloth ever brought
at a t-
in It
Personal attention i .- n-
dueling i
to care
mark of
Our are lower i ever
not monopoly b-.
We inn f ii I a a
the John Flanagan
BOB GREENE CO,
Having been appointed and
v administrator of tho let Jesse
all are hereby
to all claim against the
of the said Jesse Adams tor pay-
on or before i day of March,
or this notice will plead in bar
their recovery. All Indebted
to the estate are to make
settlement. the 5th
day of March,
E. W. JACKSON,
B virtue an order from the
or of flit the
administrator of the estate ofT f
deceased, will on
123rd day of May. before the four
door In sell to the
highest bidder the of
laud.
mi., lot the town of
on el adjoining the
lands F. W. II
and Joyner, containing one-
fourth sere, more or
Term,
J C. k CO
R.
--------DIALER
MARBLE
Wire and Iron Fencing
only work
prices reasonable.
i i R.
DEALER IN
Whichard, N. O
The Stock complete in
very department
prices as low as the low
est. Highest market
ofT. r. Harrison.
I Moo re, produce.
A-
WEEK
-FOR
The Eastern Reflector
D. J.; WHICHARD, Editor and Owner TRUTH IN PREFERENCE TO TERMS per. Year Advance.
mm
Friday
-AT
VOL XVII.
GREENVILLE, PITT COUNTY, N. C. TUESDAY, JUN
NO
From FACTORY to CONSUMER.
II
THE PILLOW I
tin pillow
that it
i . I .
it directly lilt Ii I
d-, .
nit i i i
KNOWN
I I M
It ha cure I Hi w
-ill f
. Rial J ;.
lion y
.,
In . Q
I. C-i r h . . .
rim 1.1, I
fit
Shot to Kill.
lives on
next lo Mr. W.
was
; securing re-
blank the in-
a yell
a Of blood
a It a
where burglar a I evidently
and for lime. A trail of
ibis point under Mr
the
crept tho
there it ltd fl into
I at.
tic wound must have
ft mortal ore M man
not live with the much
Mount Argonaut
10.11.111
II.
Our 112- m-
round in a Mill fond.
K. A. a o
lo be
lag of his about I miles
iron ht-re, last Large
from that Immediate
were present also a number
people. There was
bad Ir fill. There
were a gr -at many in
the pond, one was a Spanish
old, supposed lo have
in the when Span-
last country. An-
Other was a turtle weighing
oxen
the bunk. with
only eye were There
a many oilier
I but present
as arc and
vouched by
Tim.
I Worth
Father V our
Tea it . I i
in behalf f
Fri n i-
i f
t the other.
ii ma m
ii appear
the. vi-. but
Wu i ti
it i
W- have ll
Tn lips, rs
o.
pi u in i I o
let A Cook,
Father Worth veal lo
of
v n I P
be f to
tho two officer.
of the of Friend lo
all tho United
A copy was to
Governor and was ft in
what effect the
Ii on tho
R tho torpedo Lout
La not vet been
a Pout reporter
the in the niter-
noon, ho was presented with n
copy cf the of peace
said
It just been adopted
ID their
I tally eve
word of it it i i
ed by .-very or
Friends in Carolina
do of cur eat
with Spain Father Worth
asked.
ever went into
ought our
war should right
now. We should live accord lift
to tho doctrine of
you think Spain or the Unit-
ed State- was u tho right
ma
treating her poor people like e
r .
Hi- newest
I with v k i
ears -i- en v
it . an .- If
the .; i.-. A
Ike
Dry J
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Edging,
of all kinds, Gents Furnishing Goods, Hats and
Shoes and s in black tan
fit the men. gills boys.
t r
. f I lulling
., . V
II
Ibo
v.- ti. . i-. that o
in our v. Hill i- what
out
the b.-i
our
mil A beautiful line
Iii white, colors.
Window In all colors. Peek
ct Knives,
we war
IS
put
i as lei
.,., , i. i i
.; i . A in
raged Unto a race.
II I
are . I
in m u
a . deal of work,
. the i I
Gen. V.
in
aid
I i ,
I.
Lace
in v it
Rugs,
Cloths.
Swiss, Polos
m, in Shades
in all and sever.
and
Ail Carpets, Matting, Oil
J t Mats in rubber, steel and cocoa
. tie,
.
.
. .
tin. palm -f U
,., found
I , . Lit feet
chair, lie In., kept I tor
com at
nil g es, and
ii By 1.-
. in pi
a off loads of apt
at Wheeler.
; lieu . I
s cf the
. ,.
.-
. a, a
,,, ii . i, ;. We and
. for .
Ci . in. ., ;
, V. .;. IV;
Ml
the Letter Wheat
Wily
Crockery, Lamps, Hall Lamps, Library Lamps,
Hf r Ir ah
Lanterns,
Can. your
Automatic
docs not run it over
I on I
I . ; t. mp.
. no
la
. . I .
; tin .
;, I . . In
hong
I into a Ian g a
,. , ii. . u
over re . core
amp am
On our ions you will a large
FURNITURE
when
United
. ;. i
Tin n .-1 i
fact that oft
II e
I.
Professional Cards
W. M. Fleming
Greenville, N. O.
In all the
is said to have done. The United j
States a miserably
in undertaking the war. There is
no excuse tor war. should
asked all the nations of tho
world to demand of Spain to give
government to subjects
Then if Spain declined, all
tries have withdrawn com-
relations. would
then come to sens s
is never any for
foreign power
should declare war
attempt to invade our country,
what
to tho Lord Ho will
protect Post.
Be In ill I I . .
of all kind and
Children's aid
halts ill on I Kitchen Table, t
Hacks, Ac. So question about these .-
pries being satisfactory. Come to 1- your
you will come ahead. W guarantee ard pleas-m
Will prove a positive saving i
to in and
to bi i h
. the s
n I B
will
no alter now
for an an . h
or no Carlo
, i ll o
. .
.; r . w i in .
. fr
i- i- all r lovely rep
, n trial bi gin lo em
.,. ,.;, i
be read I
inability I
in, i glory as lo be but
a, a of the In k. u
tin in-l
.-. I- T
Fir. I hi at April
lit Tl cents.
meat price paid I. rant wheat
m the deal is,
T.
advanced to May
r 308-
at time
amount wheat
. Iii wheat exported and told
profit on any ac-
c. s i
profit, p
profit pot mouth
. .
lit per day for four-
. nth ending May
SI I
i.- ; r. lit hour
fourteen ending May
per minute
f. ending
II,
. . ii. . deal,
o-
. . , Chicago
J i I-
a ii a
v.
yo.
Tours O
l O . .
if g a i
ll I ll
J. B
m Children
BAKER HART
Swift Galloway, B. V. Tyson,
H- C. N. C
CAM
Practice In tho
O.
over J. C
Son's Store
II. Small, .
SMALL -ft LONG.
and at La
In all the
W. II. W.
N. C.
v I. liver i are
In own,
It was
There was a Mr. in Char
yesterday, who was at school
with Lieutenant
Greensboro. All Ho was telling
incident of school-
boy days- When was
year old ho was in a military
school at
a I by. The buys
the girls As is gen-
the case, the around
the college campus got to
at the girls, throwing
and tossing
notes. One night a debate
a certain girl to whom
bad been I
on previous visits was caught
kissed on homo.
to and
v an c Tin
evidence tho
young man. lint brought the
and himself
asking to put hi
to see it he was the
man.
Hardware
Tinware,
Spokes, Subs, Pain
f Oils
Fair and Honest. Goods, at Book
Bottom Prices,
N. C
tn
i . i iv name I a
man Coins who
enlisted in i
a tho
U ii per-
haps what an tho largest
United
win to the
his father, who. -searing a loop
one of II e
which are of
How many
era and sisters have
bow many are . ad
Bo Sargent button i
ti
How n. my broth, rs and
of yours art dead
to ho a
n,. bent his bond h n
i. r I Iv. ill r
I,,.,. pane,
n v
asked yon If
and lister i de i and bow
I have and
later repeated Ibo
many hate
yon are one of a fa
if ii
i . . i i .
V . i i
sent to it I ,
I V.
in
i . I.
lull .
.
The war i. i s . I i-l
i Ii n iv ii
third we i r
law i .
is i a
w. A I. iv. mix.
. i . a
id notes . -i.
u .- i v I
I . I III th
land. v n
ml i six weeks
All ill . ii in II
i if em . i lain I In
. i
hi
,. .
i n i I'll ii i up n ally,
we Iii. about ill in I I,
AS TUB
Mr. a, . f Tex
a ii. re valuable
nil i
; ,. ,. he agony
by
, and
King's Discovery for
. He
, . ult . f little value in
will, cure,
.-., ii l It, even if it cot a hundred
. . ii.-. Asthma.
an I all throat and arc
, .,.,., Ur- King's New
very tor but-
i, mil Jno Drag
. . t, t. i JO els and 11.00
teed
n,. from the
i ii pines baa recently declined
l tons annum to less
hundred, ow-
revolution
custom
moth was intro-
the islands from
ID tho r the eighteenth
.-.
i, command
, H who is said
i men is fifty -live
. . old. a a
in medium rather
i lot u i mid. There
in Iii- be is a man
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Title
Eastern reflector, 21 June 1898
Description
The Eastern Reflector was a newspaper published in Greenville, N.C. It later became known as the Daily Reflector.
Date
June 21, 1898
Original Format
newspapers
Extent
Local Identifier
MICROFILM REELS GVER-9-11
Subject(s)
Spatial
Location of Original
Joyner NC Microforms
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