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WILSON, N. C.. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1891
* ISSUED EVERY SATURDAyr
SUJJSCKIPTION TO THE BLADE.
Fsr year $1.00
Six n'cnt.b-s 60
Three uiontlis. 35
Advertising Rateg Low,
All comnuinications, letterts, etc.,
shonl'l bo hddressed to the Wilson
Blarti', Vv-iJsoD, N. O., or to S. A,
Enxert-d at the I’c'stoffiee at Wilson
N, C., as eecond-class matter.
K. A. SMITH, Editot! A- Pnop.
Rates of adve!'(i;iiug:
One squuro, oue insertion 50
One square, one mouth ...SI 00
One square, two nicnths 2 00
One square, three mouths 2 50
Oue square, six mouths 5 00
One square, oi.c yeur 9 00
Liberal contracts made for Inrger sd-
0IIITK( ri DIRKCTORV.
Ciiivnry Pre.sbyterian Ohutch. Ser
Tices at 11 a, na. aud 7 p. m. Suuduy-
Bchool ftt 2 p. m., Miss Virgiuiii D,
ThoDipson, euporintfiiJent. Wednes
day evening prayer meeting at 7:30.
Public cordinlly invited. Bev. C,
Baptist Clinrci:—Jackson's Ohu])el.
Prtaobing at 11 a. in., 3 aud7:30 p. m.
Sunday-school at 1:30 p. m., J. S.
Jackson, superintendent. Wednesday
evening praj'er-nieetlDg at 8 o’clock.
General public cordially invited. W.
T. H. Woodward, I'abtor.
St. Johu’s A. M. B. Z. Church: —
Preaching at 11 a. ro. and 7:30 p.
sn. Sunday-school at 2 p. m., Mr. 8.
A. Smith, superintendent. Class meet
ing at 3 p. m, Christian Endeavor at
6:30 p. m.
Week Day Services—Tuesday eve>-.
ning at 7:30 p.
Messrs. Lee and Ruffin Revel, of
Boyett's were ia the city last week.
?)Iiss Lucinda Wood remains on the
Mr. Jack Sherrod, of Eureka, was in
the city last week on business.
Miss Josephine Woodard, of Taylor’s
township, was in the city last Satur
day, She was the guest of Mrs. G. H.
Subscribe to the Blade.
Little Powhata Towe has beeu quite
ill, but he is much better at this writ
Mrs. Julia Day has been very ill,
but we are glad to say that she is re
Rev. W. M. Baker, of Eureka, filled
Rev. N. D. King’s pulpit last Sunday
Mr. John Boykin, who has been ill,
Miss Cora Miller is confined to her
room by sickness, but hope to see her
out again soon.
Wo are glad to welcome Mr. M. D.
Hill back to our city.
Bev. C. Dillard, pastor of Calvary
Presbyterian church, filled his regular
appointment last Sunday.
Mr. Willie Gay and Miss Davis, of
Rocky Mount, were in the city last
Mrs. Lucinda Miller, who has '>een
spending the summer at Hookerton.
her old home, has returned to the city
RoscoBdrnes, colored, while in a
pool room below the railroad lastSun-
day night was accidently shot by some
person. The wound is a severe one,
but we hope he will recover nis health
Little Olive Walker has been quite
ill, but she is out again.
Mrs. Ella Swift who has been ill for
several days is much better at this
writing. . ;
Mr. Willie Bynum has been indris-
posed, but he ia out again.
Rev. M. Strickland has erected a
verv fine church at Benson; N. C. The
uany friends to t'^ C‘>-U8e
r’' "'It' V " -
make it their future home, and he '^.ill
open school here January, 1898.
Prof. H. E. Hagans made a flying
trip to Goldsboro la.st' Saturday ,ind
returned last Sunday. While here he
visited the Sunday ■ school and de
livered an elegant address.
Prof. S. H. Tickn'i^f Wilson, will be
here the fourth Sunday in November,
with his picture to take the Sunday-,
school in a group. ,
Rev. Alien Puller was etected pa?tor
last Sunday of Bethel church for next
Rev. Janah Wi||iama, of Wileun,
filled his regular* vappointmeut at
Turner’s Swamp lafitSimday.
Yours for succesa. J “
for 'Sobert Gay & Son’s bar. We carry
a fu 11 line of the finest Wines,Brandies,
Whiskeys and Liquors of all kinds.
Try us on
9 A VIS, Agent
e you buy elsewhere. Call end
Vnd have your jug filltd.
isure and ohesp
F JT. GAY & SOI.,
To Cure Balking Horses.
Electricity is used in the latest
method of curing halky horses. It is.
applied by wires connected w'ith the bit ,-
and crupper of the stubborn animal
and a dry storage battery. Pres.sing;
the buiton completes the circuit. ^
Thomas Rodgers, a horsenian o£ Av
alon. Pa,, w'as arrested a few days ago
at the instance of the Western Penn
sylvania Society for the Prevention ol
I Cruelty to Animals. It 'svas said that
' his use of electricity in curing a balky^
horse was cruel. He explained that the,:
animal on which the electric current-
had been used w'as a blooded horse,^
■worth .S1,00ii if he could be induced to
pul!. Rodgers had consulted a vet(5r-,
inary and the electric arrangement
v,-as the result.
When the horse was hitched up W
spread his four legs and refused to,;
budge. The current was turned on f.nd;
the horse started off at a good giU%|
Every day for a week the horse re-,
ceived a lesson, and it apparently
made a permanent cure, as the ho;-^|
soon pulled without the use of Uio
Justice William Griscom decided
the electricity used, which was a thri>e^|'
volt current, w'as not cruci, and
discharged Mr. Rodgers.—New Ycr^
A contemporary in Yazoo City
says: “Miss Flora Bowney, of Val*®y
View, Is seeking health and pleasur Ul|
our midst, aud many t f our y
fjldaboro street, between the Star
£ and the Beer Works.
i. K. NEEL
A FIRST-CLASS RESTAU^
B \X r ANO BAKERY.
best the market affords at prices
to Slit the tunes. Meals at ail hours.
SEalEsfiom lOcts. upwards.
lorget the place—next door to
Qdd.^l^Uow Hall, on Nash Street.
—BY PURCHASING YOUR SUPPLIES AT—
W. D. RUFFIN’S STORE.
He carries a large and cheap stock of (jroceries and Dry
Good? of every kind. As to prices, dou’t take anybody’s word
hut call and se?e for yourself.
YOURS TO PJLEASE, ' -
W, D. RUFFIN,
At C. B. Ruffin’s old .stand on Tarboro Street.
Bfa — J’iw Harris
'ood for that ttoit of thing.
Monday .... 22
Tuesday .... 23
Thursday. , , 2,5
Amid the uuiver.sa! satisfaction which
snust inevitably follow the announce
ment from San Francisco that the Da-
, vis will case has been decided., It may
be well to supplement the brief press
dispatch -v.-ith a word of explanation
concerning this peculiar and popular
Western institution: Some forty years
ago a bright young man named Davis
went W’est and laid the foundations of
the Davis will case, which has been
one of the most flourishing and Import-
Rnt industries of the trans-Missouri re
gion, At first, like all who depart from
the beaten track, young Davis was
laughed at by the thoughtless and
shortsighted. But he W’as possessed of
indomitable courage and of uncommon
energy aud, year after year, despite the
scoffs of the lightminded, toiling often
in hunger and cold, he worked on and
on, preparing the ground and sowing
the corner-stones of the Davis will case.
In the fullness of time he died. Then
it was seen that he had builded better i
than bis nelshbnrs knew. Here anc
there a sorrowing widow, here and
'here a batch of sons a-'id daughters ana
first cousins and uncles appeared, and
»;eason by season, even as the wheat
blossoms out in full head, a brand new
regiment of lawyers came Into the
(scene. The courts ground and ground.
Decision followed decision, until from
Butte, Mont,, to the coast you could not
go anywhere in the dark without run
ning into large ripe sheaf of Judg-
Tiients in the Davis will case. The mag-
nitndi- of the ,growth may be gauged
from tlu' simple fact that the annual
report of the Northern Pacific road for
3S95 shows that 14.67 of the entire
freight revenue and 43.92 of the entire
]'asseuixor I'cvcnue were derive-d from
1 rauspi*rtiii.g la^\' books and affidavits
and decisions and law'yersand witness
es aud plaintiffs and defendants con
nected with the Davis will case.
Mr, Cotrox—^Vhat would you expect
me 10 do I'oi' nty (lau.chtor if you mar
ried her? Gcorgic Ooodlhlng (slightly
emlta.rras.sc’d)- Von —cr~wouliin't be
willing to tilt! for her, would you?—
fireat P.ritnin would ro.1o!ce more In
tl'.e fact llMt “\vv tlio two gre.'ii
Englif^li-s!H‘;:i^i!tg ii.';iior.s." if we did
uot occasionally insist on making our
BO much plainer than hers.
.■ MCiioul for i!,;'
U!i. 1 ■■',>7
v,.'uu'y, luiii'y -v^aiueva XJiuLiui,
NaoUii Blount, Mamie Towe, Maggie
Simmons, Loretta Best, Annie Pea
cock, Bernice Farmer, Vasti Taylor,
Ernest Freeman, George Gaston, Syl
vester Purrington. Mrs. S. M. Bar
Second Grade,—Cicero Gaston, Wil
lie Clark, Hattie Davis, Ernest Moore,
Viola Barnes, Gladis Farmer,
Allie Barnes, Mary Battle, Nan
nie Taylor, Virginia Dawson, Lucy
Holland, Lillie Boykin, Aunie Pur-
riiigton, Granville Towe, Geneva
Simms. Mies Ida B.Rountree, teacher.
Third and Fourth Grades.--Annie
Best, Bessie Simms, Mary L. Barnes,
George Winstead, Ambrose Towe,
Sussie Boykin, Arthur Darden, Carrie
Simpson, Ometa Purrington, Mattie
Battle, Armens. Barnes, Rollftnd Win
stead, Clarence Crawford, Theodore
Gaston. Mr. G. H. Towe, teacher.
Fiitli and Sixth Grades. —Glace Bat
tle, Minnie Harris, Charlie Battle,
Arnold Winstead, Dorsey Powell,
Mamie; Battle, Hattie Best, Rosa
Parker, .Etta Parker, Carter Parker.
Miss Ada G. Battle, teacher.
Seventh and Eighth Grades, —Donie
Battle, Lena Harris, Henry Bynum,
Cnmillua Darden, Lizzie Darden Ida
Armstrong. S. A. Smith, Principal.
Mies Alice Darden, the accomplish
ed daughter of iMr, George Darden,
"«s united ia the bonds of matrimony
Mr. Allen Morgan last Thursday
u.'p.ht at the A. M. E. Z. church.
jVIurjiaji^e lo liiaivici like ^ar tomeu
- the battle causes fear, bat the sweet
hope of winning at last still draws
them in. They are one; they are
joined by heaven, each interwoven,
with the other’s fate. They are,mixed
like streams of meeting rivers, whose
blended waters are no more distin-
guised but roll into the sea oue com
It was a very brilliant aflair. The
married couple have our best wishes.
Rev. N, D. King officiated.
pose of -making preparations for the.
celebration of our freedom on the first
day of January, 1898. Let ev6r)r.
township in the county be represented.
By order of S. A. Smith,
President of the Emancipation Procla
mation Association of Wilso'i
-1 te9T y,
EXPERIENCE IN THE
The old reliable Barber, is first-
class on shaving and
CALL AIMD SEE Kii¥l
Af Ii. J- Taylor’s hriek
si ore, corner
last! and iaiir®ail Sfritls.
FKKMOX r ITK.^IS.
Fbemont, N. G., Xov. 15, '97.
To the Wilson Blade.
Mr. H, S. Reid, of Eureka, sub
scribed to the Blade.
x^Irs. Jane Woodard, of this place,
made a flying trip to Goldsboro the
first Sunday for the treatment of her
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Lewis’ child
ueparted this life last wrek. It had
only been ill a few days.
Prof. George Reid, of Eureka, taught
scuuol here last ^Monday for his
.lusUer, U. .S. iitivi. while he was lu
.Vilsiin on busiu' ts
i’roi. J. il. i^liiutjer and family, of
Pi'SiifetoD. has moved iu Fruuioiit t,o
J buildiijg, and
id after the gret ©i
. . M :. iitn! I’luiKi
. : nud t ht* Hi's-;’
... idi vthiT'i
. i Im Ni'! \ jiji ISIS, 1 he i'C'fit
Bnaoks froni 6 cents up;
8 for 15 cents, something
this market, but I can
The best the market affords
at M. D. Cannon’s Restaurant.
Oysters fried or stewed at all
hours. I also carry a neat
Give me a call. Yours to feed.
I Nasii Sreet, Opi‘)osite Red Ele-
affo3 it. J’all and see me and I will
profit. Hanking you for past pat-
and hope yon will continue the
sajai ilam voursto serve,
OX,D MAN JIM.
WIUIHSIOI & WElBOl RY.
- - JID BLANCHES yLOEENOB
^ f " EAILBOAC.
Gond©'4ed-Soliediiie Dated Sept. 28rd, 1837.
TB4INS GOING SOUTH,
te" Weldo' I". 50 am, 9 iS pm.
Ar iaqk/ .lount 12 52 am, 10 86 pm.
,arW‘0 12 12 am, 6 01 p m.
S'f " Ay Mount 12 52 am, 10 85 pm,
6 Sb p 6 am, 12 45 pm,,
,Le,f! Wliscn 2 06 am, 11 16 pm, 7 17 pm,
22 a 12, pm.
IjBi jejma 3 00 am.
Leu ^iiyetteviUe 4 40 am, 1 14 pm.
“ Ar far'ence 7 35 am, 3 25 pm.
, Toldsboro-S OO
Lea to,ldsboro 7 01 am, 3 10 pm.
Lea-. 8 05 am, 4 16 pm.
,Arri\ AtJimington 9 30 am, 5 45 pm.
TEAINS GOING NOKTH.
... Jjea’ Sioienee 8 45 am. 8 15 pm.
.^'ayettsville 11 20 am, 10 20 pm.
t/ea^ ielma 1 00 (im.
Arriv Wilson 1 42 am, 12 10 pm.
• IveaViWilmiagton 7 16 pm. 9 35 am.
■iLeavfMagnolia 8 55 pm, 10 59 am.
iLeaV''loldsboro 5 00 am, 10 10 pm, ,11 58
am,, J ,
Leav \\ iJson 1 42 pm, 5 41 am, 1215 am,
112Q } 1.2 48 pm.
Arri Hookv Mount 2 .3.3 pm, 6 17 am,
,.12 53' - It 57 pm, 1 20 pm.
Arrive J ''oro 6 4 >.
,Lea\*f ' 0 12 12 pm.
. loiiJi' Q SO pu'}, 12 CO am.
Arr,v>Vej a 3 39 pm, 1 44 am.
Tra .■.‘IE the Scotland Seek Branch Boad
Seaves VeldOn 4 10 pm, Halifax 4 28 pm. ar
rives Sotjand Seek 5 20 pm, Greenville 6 57
pm, Ki>3tpn7 55 pm. Ketnrniag leaves Eins-
ipn y oiata. Greenville 8 52 am, arriving
liali'fiix 1 18 am, lYeldon 11 33 am, daily ex-
oept Sr. day. ,
Traill; on WVashiugtoo Branch leave Wash-
ingto'a &20 am and 8 SO pm, arrive Pafmels
9 10 am ad 510 iiin, returning leave Parmeie
9 3S am and f. 30 pm, arrive 'Washington
11 10 arand t 20 pm, daily.
Train'eaves I'arboro. N. C.. daily except
1 fSonday j 30 pm, Sunday 4 05 pm, arrives
; Plymo'uh 7 40 pm, G 00 pm, Ketnrningloaves
Slymonti daily except Suuday 7 50 am, Suiv-
, day 9 Otam, arrives Tarboro 10 05 am and
I 11 00 am
Train an Midland N. C, Branch leaves
I Goldsboo daily except Sunday 7 10 am, ar
riving Sidthfield 8 30 am. Beturniug leaves
Smithflei 9 jO am, arrives at Goldsl:)oro 10 25
Trainfon Kashville Branch leave Bocky
Mount a 4 86 p'li, arrive Nashville 5 05 pm.
Spring , 3ope 5 80 pim. Beturuing leave
Spring f ope 8 00 am. Nashville 8 35 am, ar
rive, atlooky Mount 9 05 am, daily except
Train on Clinton Branch leaves Warsaw
for Olinion daily, except Sunday, 11 16 a m
and4 iO pm. iieturuing leaves Glintou at
7 00 aml^Dd 3 00 p ui.
Train No. 7h makes close connection at
Weldon lor.all pi.ints North daily, all rail via
Eichmor-i., also at Bo’ky Mount with Nor
folk and .(JaroUua 11. jti, for Norfolk and all
points Kjrth via Norfolk.
^ H. M. EMERSON,
Gcii’i PasK. A_eut.
J. B. JiENLY, Ci. ii’l .\l,.ua er.
T. EMJSliriOiS’, Traffic Manager.
C, S, T
m- F«!TOiE STORE
TO BUY YOUR
They keep the cheapest aud best house in the city.
They sell for cash or on the installment plan. Don’t
forget the place. Nash Street, Opposite Court House.
YOURS FOR GOOD BARGAINS,
i I liter & ii
on niii Tijf: iiii Bfim
... ...... 1^1^ lifiiLiiyRUi
m. D. OWEIiS & CO.
Keep a fine lot of Fresh Beef and Pork afc living prixses. Also a large stock of
Family grooeri>s. Call to see them and be convinced,
DON’T FORGET TEE PLACE.
Billy Farmery’s Old Stand, Below the Railroad.
Will do your work nicely and
to your satisfaction.
Office : NASH STREET, op
posite First National Bank.
s I M re I
First-class board for $1.50 per week.
Lodging for 25o per week. Meals at
Kil hours. Siiaoks from 10c up. Fresh
Ottkes and Piea always ou hand at
Next l(ior t.o lUdl's Coojier Shop on
It is the Plac3
To get good, cht'.-ip
Liquors. I carry »
line of fine
LIQUORS Qi all kinds.
Try me on—
Before you buy elss-
■wliere. Call and ao«
door to Boykin & Co., o.':
A nice Fry or Stew of Oysters, at Old
Man Jim’s Resturaant.
—GET YOUR -
R. G. Crabtree,
Next door to Bell’s Cooper Shop,
He sells Cigars, Toba-ico, Etc.
SSr AGENT FOR THE DURHAM
Hove Tour Money By See
SMITH & HOLIIEN,
BRICKLAYERS & PLASTKKERS,
Before you Laveyour brick worker
plftstoriiip: done. All work done prompt
ly aud in a aaiisfacfory manner.
Tours for work,
En. i^MITII A- G. H. HOLDEN,
A^.'ily at J. D, llosc i Bro.’s office