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Reflector Index, 1888-1890

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Abbreviations: E.R. = Eastern Reflector

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Newspaper

Date 

Mrs. William Peebles hurt by a cow

E.R.

4 January 1888 

Blanche Caspari, teacher at Bethel Academy, resigned to take charge of school at Youngsville

E.R.

11 January 1888 

Rufus Fleming's store in Pactolus

E.R.

11 January 1888 

Death of Miss Virginia Barber

E.R.

18 January 1888 

Death of daughter of John B. Worsley

E.R.

18 January 1888 

Stores in the county: Winstead and McGowan, Ryan and Redding

E.R.

18 January 1888 

Leon Albritton married Sue May Hill

E.R.

26 January 1888 

William J. Langley drowned

E.R.

8 February 1888 

Death of Mrs. Lana Briley, wife of William Briley

E.R.

8 February 1888 

Store at Pullet burned

E.R.

8 February 1888 

Greenville Carriage Works

E.R.

8 February 1888 

Oscar Hooker's Barroom in Greenville

E.R.

8 February 1888 

Death of James Theophilus Ross

E.R.

22 February 1888 

Death of wife of J.N. Bynum

E.R.

22 February 1888 

Sugg's foundry and machine shop, Greenville

E.R.

29 February 1888 

Drawbridge

E.R.

29 February 1888 

Grange at Bell's Ferry

E.R.

29 February 1888 

Bethel stores and schools

E.R.

7 March 1888 

Nannie King visiting sister in Wilson

E.R.

7 March 1888 

W.P. Buck married Penny Gray

E.R.

7 March 1888

Jacob Joyner house on Tarboro Road

E.R.

14 March 1888 

Dr. Robert Joyner of Montgomery County, N.C.

E.R.

14 March 1888 

E.A. Moye, superior court clerk

E.R.

16 May 1888 

About J.W. Allen

E.R.

30 May 1888 

Celebration of Noah Forbes' golden wedding anniversary

E.R.

20 June 1888 

Masonic history, Pitt County and New Bern

E.R.

4 July 1888 

Newspapers in Pitt County

E.R.

11 July 1888 

School in LaGrange

E.R.

1 August 1888 

E.A. Moye, president of Young Men's Democratic Club

E.R.

15 August 1888 

Robert Moye at Seven Springs

E.R.

22 August 1888 

J.R. and J.G. Moye Department Store started

E.R.

5 September 1888 

Novella Higgs, youngest dance teacher in America

E.R.

19 September 1888 

Joe Forbes, seafood restaurant

E.R.

19 September 1888 

B.F. Forbes of S.C., nephew of Alfred Forbes

E.R.

17 October 1888 

H.B. Harriss of Reuss and Harriss

E.R.

5 September 1888 

Lucy Joyner of Durham, sister of Andrew Joyner

E.R.

5 December 1888 

Store of F.T. Carr at Willowgreen burned

E.R.

12 December 1888 

Nannie King was an artist

E.R.

12 December 1888 

Log jam at the bridge

E.R.

14 March 1888 

Death of R.A. Starky

E.R.

11 April 1888 

Episcopal church in Farmville

E.R.

18 April 1888 

Forbes Mill Pond birds

E.R.

2 May 1888 

Pond at Club House stagnant

E.R.

16 May 1888 

New spire on Methodist church

E.R.

16 May 1888 

Falkland fish fry at Centrebluff by J.M. and H.T. King

E.R.

28 May 1888 

About Allen's Schoolhouse

E.R.

30 May 1888 

A.A. Forbes hurt, fell from window of a gin house

E.R.

31 October 1888 

List of officers of Greenville Lodge in 1857

E.R.

31 October 1888 

Death of William H. Horne, mayor of Greenville

E.R.

21 November 1888 

J.G. Moye resigned as clerk of A. Forbes' store

E.R.

2 January 1889 

B.F. Forbes went back to S.C.

E.R.

2 January 1889 

About the Port of Greenville

E.R.

30 January 1889 

P.G. Moye and A.A. Forbes sold tobacco in Henderson, N.C.

E.R.

6 February 1889 

Bryant Tripp killed a large pig

E.R.

13 February 1889 

Hortense Parr visiting aunt, M.E. Tripp

E.R.

3 April 1889 

Miss Ollie Moye of Wilson spending time with E.A. Moye

E.R.

3 April 1889 

All the graves of John Simpson Cemetery, list of stones and dates, history of Hoyt Family

E.R.

17 April 1889 

E.A. Moye elected first vice president of Greenville Business Association; A.A. Forbes, treasurer

E.R.

15 April 1889 

W.H. Tripp married

E.R.

24 April 1889 

A.D. Moye killed two miles above Greenville

E.R.

2 May 1889, 8 May 1889 

List of town officers: Alfred Forbes, treasurer

E.R.

22 May 1889 

History of death of racehorse owned by Arthur Forbes

E.R.

5 June 1889 

Robert Moye, hunter

E.R.

17 July 1889 

E.A. Moye elected secretary of Farmer's Alliance of Pitt County

E.R.

17 July 1889 

Death of Captain J.L. Barrett

E.R.

24 July 1889 

About Greenville bridge

E.R.

12 September 1888, 19 September 1888 

Episcopal club, King's Daughters

E.R.

12 September 1888 

B.F. Sugg's foundry

E.R.

12 September 1888 

Death of Mary K. Delaney

E.R.

19 September 1888 

New Oyster Restaurant of Joe Forbes

E.R.

19 September 1888 

Joab Tyson's livery stable

E.R.

19 September 1888 

Speaking platform in Court House square

E.R.

26 September 1888 

E.C. Glenn, coal dealer

E.R.

26 September 1888 

Steamboat Beta sold, will run on Contentnea Creek

E.R.

10 October 1888 

Shooting at Calico

E.R.

17 October 1888 

Pactolus telegraph line

E.R.

24 October 1888

Dancy Oyster Restaurant now open

E.R.

24 October 1888 

New steeple on Sycamore Hill Church

E.R.

31 October 1888 

Greenville Military School

E.R.

7 November 1888 

New side wheel steamer to run on Tar

E.R.

21 November 1888 

Pine trees turned into wool

E.R.

28 November 1888 

D.T. House of Pitt County left for Texas

E.R.

28 November 1888 

Death of Nicey Whichard

E.R.

28 November 1888 

R.L. Davis, finest house in Pitt County

E.R.

5 December 1888 

Farmville String Band

E.R.

5 December 1888 

Pactolus Academy- Miss Ida Gay, principal

E.R.

5 December 1888 

Cherry Hall

E.R.

5 December 1888 

Evans Street Park

E.R.

19 December 1888 

Offices above post office

E.R.

19 December 1888 

Miss Mollie E. Rouse's art exhibit

E.R.

19 December 1888 

Five Points store for rent 

E.R.

2 January 1889 

Gift given to Macon House Hotel

E.R.

2 January 1889 

About Greenville Carriage Shop

E.R.

2 January 1889 

Novella Higgs' dancing school

E.R.

12 September 1888, 15 May 1888, 22 May 1888 

New post office in Pitt County

E.R.

12 September 1888 

Market House smells bad

E.R.

19 September 1888 

Hookerton newspaper

E.R.

26 September 1888 

About Black Jack School

E.R.

3 October 1888 

About G.V. Venters' store at Calico

E.R.

17 October 1888 

Fight at Calico: Calvin Cox killed by Halsey Branch, G.P. Venters

E.R.

17 October 1888, 23 January 1889 

Sale of Macon House Hotel

E.R.

24 October 1888 

J.J. Dancy's Oyster Restaurant

E.R.

24 October 1888, 31 October 1888 

C.H. James School, Keelsville

E.R.

7 November 1888 

Death of Delphia, wife of Cornelius Kinsaul

E.R.

14 November 1888 

Langley Post Office

E.R.

26 September 1888 

Death of E.L., wife of C.J. O'Hagan

E.R.

21 November 1888

Death of son of R.A. Tyson

E.R.

21 November 1888 

Death of Amos Evans

E.R.

21 November 1888 

Steamboat on Tar River

E.R.

21 November 1888 

Death of Mrs. Elizabeth W. Smith

E.R.

28 November 1888 

Wheat and flour mill in Greenville

E.R. 

28 November 1888 

Macon House Hotel sale

E.R.

5 December 1888, 5 March 1889 

About carriage factories in Greenville

E.R.

2 January 1889 

H.T. King of Falkland bought the Democratic Standard and moved it to Tarboro

E.R.

9 January 1889, 23 January 1889 

Skinner's lumber mill

E.R.

16 January 1889 

About boats and schooners at the wharf

E.R.

30 January 1889 

Macon House Hotel

E.R.

30 January 1889, 6 February 1889, 28 August 1889, 29 January 1890, 5 February 1890, 26 February 1890, 5 March 1890 

Death of W.A Manning 

E.R.

13 February 1889 

Pactolus water mills

E.R. 

20 February 1889 

The King House Hotel

E.R. 

6 March 1889 

Free Will Baptist moved from New Bern to Snow Hill

E.R.

6 March 1889 

Library at Greenville Institute

E.R.

13 March 1889, 16 April 1889, 10 April 1889 

Schools at Pactolus, Keelsville

E.R.

20 March 1889 

New Poor House

E.R.

20 March 1889 

Rail Road to Greenville

E.R.

27 March 1889 

Buzzard's Roost horse swapping area gone

E.R.

27 March 1889 

Local art exhibit in Greenville

E.R.

2 January 1889 

Rail Road to pass through Riverside Nursery

E.R.

9 January 1889 

Williamson's Carriage Works in Greenville

E.R.

23 January 1889 

More Pitt County eggs

E.R.

30 January 1889 

Greenville String Band

E.R.

30 January 1889 

New floor in Market House

E.R.

20 February 1889 

Lizzie Perkins married J.C. Tyson

E.R.

27 February 1889 

Belled buzzard

E.R.

27 February 1889, 29 May 1889

About rail road, sawmills

E.R.

13 March 1889 
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