THE C ASK OF THK DAVIS MAN.
They Whipped him tor Having Swin
dled a ( raiy Man Ten Year Ago.
The News a day or two ago told of
the rough handling of a man named
Koeslorfrom Davie county, at the
hands of ft party of men in Cabarrus
county. The other side evidently
wants to speak out, but is exercising
discretion. The News, however,
loarns that Keesler's punishment is
not donied, and that not only the
parties who inflicted it, but the ma
jority of the people of lower Cabarrus
say that it was deserved. They claim
that Keesler is a swindler and of the
lowest and meanest order, and that
his recent punishment ' was inflicts!
upon him for an outrage committed
upon a Cabarrus man ten years ago.
Keesler's victim was a Mr. Eudy and
he had a "crazy spell." Just at that
time Keesler struck him, and induced
him to eo South with a drove of
horses, the horses of course belong
inetoEndv. When the drove was
sold, Keesler pocketed all the money
and skipped, leaving his simple mind
ed victim to whistle for it, The peo
pie of Mr. Eudy's neighborhood had
all this laid up against Keesler, and
when it became known last week
that he was in that section of the
county, they hunted him up and gave
him a severe drubbing, keesler did
not stop in Charlotte to lodge com
plaint, but was met on the road sev
eral miles north of here by a Cuar
lotte man, to whom he told his story.
He was then making for Davie coun
ty with all possible speed. Char
PROPPED FBOM TOKCWW. .
Parachnt Jumper I-ove Tumble
Illf Mile but will Live.
Indianapolis, Ind.. July 24. Wil
liamLove, who has been making
parachute jumps at Fairview Park,
here, for six weeks past, met with an
accident today, which, though it may
not kill him. will come pretty near
Love shot up into the air, his bal
loon being hotter than usual and
whi n it was half a mile from the
earth he tried to shake the parachute
The ropes were tangled, however,
and it wouldn't work right. By vio
lent exertions Love managed to shake
it free from the balloon, but the sud
den tJiock from the jerking broke the
cords of the parachute and it turned
inside out like an umbrella in a wind
The aeronaut did not lose his pres
ence of mind, howevet, but kicked
and struggled until he succeeded in
getting part of it to fill and hold, and
in this way he descended to about 400
feet from the ground, when it
Elapsed altogether, and he shot to
the earth like a stone.
lie ft-11 in a corn field nearly a mile
from where he ascended. He was
unconxcious when picked up, but
soon revived, and, though severely
injured, may recover.
The "lllne Iokw VU-torloua.
WixsToH, N. C, July 84. Special
to News and Observer. The table
turned today. Wmwton's '-Blue
Sluggers" won the contest with
Charleston by a score of ten to two.
Tliw makes even games for the two
clubs, licuce, the game tomorrow
will be unusually exciting. Lyston
was in the box for WiiihVon today,
Both clubs scored goose eggs to the
fourth inning, when Winston scored
three. Neither gained a run until
th seventh, when Winston brouht
in four on tlie eighth; Charkntoti
scored her only two runs, while Win
sV'ii uuide three more.
men ted by a declaration of independ
ence from the frightful power of con
centrated wealth." "We consider
violence in settling disputes as un
worthy of a civilized nation, and for
this reason we have organized the
party of the people to overthrow ty
rants who have robbed and are con
tinuing to rob of that to which they
have no moral right." , - , -
The document then goes on with
specification of the ovils in matters ,
of landf labor and money and in con- j
elusion suggests a remedy. The con
cluding paragraph appeals in the
name of liberty for which the fathers
of the Republic pledged their lives
for the aid of every honest man in
this struggle by joining the party of
the people, .
Change of ItiiMlneaa Place.
There will be some changes in the
business location of several firms by
the first of August and first of Sep
tember. Dr. L. B Henderson will
remove his dental offioe to the second
story of the Rigsbee building, over
the onice or. J as. eouinguie et son,
and these gentlemen will remove
their insurance office to the second
story of the Morehead Bank building.
W, A. Slater & Co., will occupy the
corner store where the insurauce
office is now located. It will be lit
ted up in handsome style for them,
An express train near Lin-
wood, Pa., struck a tramp and
threw him. several feet in the
air. When the trainmen found
him he was relisrhtinar his Dine.
and was angry because he had
to waste a match.
Free Samples of Dr. Mile's
Restorative Nervine at Yearbys
cures Headache, nervousness,
sleeplessness, neuralgia, fits,
nervous debility, sexual weak
ness, poor memory, etc. A new
and remarkable discovery. Or
address the Dr. Miles Medical
Co., Elkhart, Ind.
Insurance ani Bert iCstats,
LAW BUTT ISlN i.
KOOM NUMlt. It 2.
Advice toM other,
ra. Windows ttootniui 8vru
vkonld always be died for chiMren
teething. It HKttbea the child, softens
lha guo.s, allayi all pain, cum wiud oolir,
sud U the boat remedy lor diarrho a.
iwonty-tm oenu bottle,
aep -l-w-iv v "
RICHMOND AND DANVILlt
Id Effect March 29th 1891.
No. 9. No. II
Lv Richmond.. 1,00 p m '2,55 a m
"Bo rkeville .... 2,59 p m 4,53 a u.
Kewilte....3 42n ra 5,31am
- DanTille .6.0(1 p ra 8,00 m
Ar Greensboro 8,25 p m 10,10 a m
Lv Goldboro. ,2,35 p u f4,30 p m
Ar Raleii;h.-...4,32 p m 7.45 n m
Lv Raleigh.,.. 4,i$7 p m 1,00 id
Durham..,, . .5,43 p ro 3,02 ra
Ar Greensboro.. 8,05 p m 7,20 m
Ar Winn-Salem 6.30 p m 7.30 a ra
Lv Gnen3boro-(j,35 p m 10,18 a m
Ar Salisbury..-1(M4 am 11,37 a m
- Sateville..12.35a in 12,57 p m
- Asheville.....5,55 a m 5,38 p m
" Ut Springs..8,32 a m 7,20 m
Lv .Sslisbury-'IO M a ra 12 03 m
Ar ( hir!tie....l2,0i)a ra 1.30pm
" Snartan!iurir..3.20 a m 4,32 p m
M tireeaville.. 4 2 4 ra 5.50 p
- a tun' ,uu a tu, ii.su ra
Lv Uharli'.W.. la.l-rs w 1.45 pm
Ar Oolutnuii....4.40 a m 5.50 pm
Ar Augusta 8,15 a m y.su p m
L August.... S 4t p m M.4 a
-Ooltirahi... 12 20 m .2 00 p m
Ar CrarMie .. 4. 30 a ra 6 30
Lv A tU.it .... I) t rc 7,l0am
Ar Greenville.. 12 35 am 7,10 pm
Sparta barg.1,39 a a 1,48 in
" Charlotte. .-4.45 a m 5.30 i m
Bali.bury . . .M.m a m O.'HI p
Lv ll 't SpVa.lU2 p m '12.27 p m
Al eii:e.. .1,04 a n 3.19 .. nt
- Ma:esvii!e . o za ra ;o.o. m
r -tli(urv...6 20 m 6.33 1 m
Lv Salisbury ..6,27 a m 8.30 u m
Ar Oreeno' oro. 8.il a m 10.27 p
Ar Wins Klen.0! 1.45'a m 712.10 m
t v Greensboro.o10,35 a m '11.05 p m
Ar IJuriisni... iz,j p m M a in
' KaIeiKb....l p m 75 am
Lv Ralegh.... 1,37 pro f9,00 m
Ar U.ldbt.ro. ..3.10 p in 1.00
Lv iir.enniKro"8,Z' a mw iu.34 a m
Ar D wville. .. .10.01 a m 10.25 p m
Keysvi U-.. 12.50 p m B.25 m
Burk.r ..! 31 p n 4.03 m
Kiciimo d ...3,3.1 p n 6,00 a m
BRwns vest ronrr. aicHMoao d
it. g(rmtna,niafS ia4 Darfcm.
A tm4 Ml amioM, M a4 ?i
IKK At .
I a m l. ..
S It Lv...
H a m Lf ..
... Shi Mai Ar
...lMkaMl..mnU t W
,.maM4,a.H A fl,N
,., rrTlll .....Ar; ),
.... arm,i ..... !
,.W"n iwiii.....r ii p
, Pim Lorai Ar ttfmm
liny Ins Wlncbwl'P Rlflra la Koox-
K:.oxvillk. Tenn., July zi.ll t
wii'I on what wetiM to be good au
tlionty that arms are being purchas
ed in Knoxville for the use of persons
in the neighborhood of Coal Creek.
Invewtii'aUon shows that in the past
U hours there have been an unusu
ally large niimlx-r of calls on Knox
ville hardware stores fiT Wincbesti-r
rinV. H is said that there are five
hundred men in the vicinity of Wil
liatimburg. Ky., reaily to come out to
the aid of the miners at Coal Creek.
It is known that a U-legram was
rweived fnm a I'etinsylvania mining
town pPifiosiiig ctNitributions of
imrfM-y and feW of nn-n. if necessary.
At no lime lias thesituut ion uixr
ed more avrioua. tliough there will be
no tmt until the (ivv.-nKir move
'JIIKllllHII 1'AH'I V.
A:ln ar I be allnl mmltu-e lo
( lllf-vf IM- inxtmrjf.
CIJMISJIATI. O., July Z4 liohert
gr hillilig hna nuwle publk theaddrea
of llie 1'wj'le's iarty (to tlte citiwiw
of lliite.1 Mates. It oecups-s
fiur :! ly uriiited Mnall octavo
pAAji-a. It sets out with a general
sUU ni' lit of grievsnees, bi b occu
pk about oiie-fiHirtbof thedx.-umeiit.
In Una statement are sik b phrases as
Use following. "I duration of inde
MnleiK fn-iii tlie amiMe of
linti..li .!iti lm.aMmi.t m wpplt.
l Lr Ctorlml nM..ar liHia
lit,a Lr ....... a hm ...... ArllMaa
U m. . Ball..'. ....Ar II Ti m
m t m Lr a nli't , Ar 11 It
t It pat Ar... ...Mltat U'UMl
ttf L ... Oi(utS.........ar I-
t It a ar. ...L. I Sm
t a st ..M..MrWMa ..btti.B
npm L.. .... Oilor4. ...... .AT !
llr Lr.... Him .AfiaWai a
At a L . ....Lt m .......Ar I t a
II Lt ..M . Ar III aai
Lr barwa .Ar aitara
t a Lr , ,.iMi,,mlf mi
4 r BilMrk Lvtlta
1 Mir, nnpt BaaAajr . AMI. CMf Ma4,
A'Mi'i'iiil f ft in Oif
dailv exin I rfcadsv 11 00 a. m .
rive Hndeta.m 12.05 p. b, return.
ft leate Iien.lcrron2.l0p.rn... lpi
c,rt Hui'lar. arrive Oxford 3 15
No.SCteatnz Goldshoro t.'
m. and lUtcltrb 4-45 p. m. diilv
mskes connection at Durham wii
u. 13, leaving at o p. m daily et
Cent tundar f t Heodert W, and al
ptimsoti O. & C sod B. A M
Pasengr enaches roo through
beta-rvo Mt 1'iiint and Kaleih,
uia Kiii!le, on Not. 64 and U0L
and 65 and 103.
Hi. 51 and 3 co meet at Kicb
Nfiiid dsiiy except Kamlry l..r West
1'onrf and Ballimora, via York River
ti.atrtaa ca BKhvict.
; Oo Trains 60 and 51 Pullman
I'unVt Sleeper, between Atlanta and
'e York, Daavilla and Aorusta
ai l GreerwboM, via Aahvllle, to Hor
Oo 52 aod 53 Pollmaa Boiled
ilieer, bet sen Vabili10B and
y. w Orleans, via lluotgomerr and
b-iwrrn WsshinEtoo, liirnuoehan
1',m hirn-nd and Oreeatboro, aod be
twetn aihtngtoD and Augusta and
Pullman Bunet Kleeiiera betweea
WniLirigtoa and Ashenlla and Hot
It. K. lUi I LKitti. W A. 1 UBK,
rupeniiiendent Div.PaM. Art
RaKlgh, X.V, fcah-igh, H. V,
t-Ol IUAM,Trafte Maaaeer.
Bkl Bx.Dd, Va.
Rasj, Ciry4i the mums.
12 Choice Kverbloominit Riwes for
me dollar; 12 Choice Chrysant he
liums .lor .one dollar. Palm and
titer decorative plantg; Colens.
Cnrnation, Double Violets etc., for
out door planting. Cut flowers.
Bouquet, Moral Designs, Magno
lias and Choice Evergreens. Tonia-
t, Cabbage and Pot grown Egg
.Hants, routo plants in anv
quantity ready I5th April. Cellerr
plants ready in June and July. Fend
H. STEINMETZ. Florist,
Iel25 llaleigh, N. C.
OUTWEARS ALL OTHERS
Tliaa bat It tka hi a4
II If Sr. hw kuj. aa mmlttm hiW(
andkailo IwlotwrunMlnabrtrf perVL
a4 rm bar lha -Arrnu-u,! iini bui
M K au mrm ait A.rrui Paurt
W kwabrauilful laatnii II ImpniTW laraa
m FW" rd lacrraar Uw alaa o( rour
bulbiiim. , W bn-a lotnt b i.w, tat
ruhhiaablr tlala aad pnaltrra imaif at taa
juraMlltjrof Arrnll PBt to aar addrM.
KMJIY BBUTUM y arUag u,mm
NOASE AND CATTLK POWDERS
CHAS A. GOODWIN,
RALEIGH MARBLE wnd GRANITE WORKS,
BranchJYabd: Lauder's Old Stand, Faykttevillk, N. C,
Manufacturer of and Dealer in
Marble and Granite Monuments
Granite Quarry, East Lenoir St. Main Yrdan i OiBca,
4i Fayettovuio St., KALhaull, JN. (J.
WIRE FENCE FOR YOU K YARD OR CEMETERY. WRIT
FOR PRICES. . mar 18
; - " - ' V's .
XatoUlaaad Orar Half a Ceatnry ! ,
SilYersmitii i Art Dealer,
Jk. Iai8 Btoole ot
WATCHES, DIAMONDS,' JEW
ELKY, SILTEUWAKE, SPEC
TACLES, CLOCKS, BKOXZES,
rM Bit ELI. AS AXD CAXES,
villi Gold and Silver Heads f
OPERA GLASSES, GOLD
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EYerjtMng WARRANTED as Represented or Money Refandei
RNE WATCH ASO JEVELRY FiEPAIR'.SG .NO EHGRAV1KG
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ALSO, AT ROANOKE, V A.,
Whr we bare a Branch IIone. and crrv a larpe tot -o WATC HES
DIAMONDS, JEWKLRY AXDSILVERW UE, n 1 a fiaeeorp or Watch
naiera, nndr tha mnaeroeot of Via Ai'ticstus Hotn, law of W. L. t.all
acll A Ca, ?iiiladelpma. Sea l yoar nrlt-r to e-thei plice.
a Hnaaa ffl 4W af Cnuo. Snr ar Laaa ta
aa. M r-Mrt foailna ar wm4 la am.
ttMtyt fowmvlll rata ami arrrrai Hoarantaaa.
Poottl Povfcna will arrvrm 6.r PoaiA
TtmWn Pnw4.ti w.(l lii i i.i, tfco anaMtir el atltk
iwtao; rm aaai. aaa aw l
t4ma Paantofl wflj tmm
Dim. a. a, w .-k HmwimI I am
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For 8ale hr W. M. YEARBY,
Druggist, Durham, N. C.
Cure the Aie that cauaiH the
offnie odor of the fret and arm
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ile bv all Durham Drnggiat,
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W. H. ROGERS,
do you mm to buy
PIANO, ORGN OR SEWjS3 MCHKIEP. '
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can supply you with tho following makes in fancy or or Ebonized
Chickering, Mason ami Hamlin, Mathuhek and
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CALL, EXAMINE AND HE
WHITEj FOR CATAOOUE AND
Chartered Nov. 9 1378 apiral StOck $15,030
Stocillo!ders, Liability, . 150,000
Depositors' Security, ----- . - - - $300,000
f. S.CARR, .frebitlent. I LEO. D. HEAnTT.......CasVe
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of every description anl Prici!. DURHAM, N, C.
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