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DAiSBUIIY, N. 'C., THURSDAY, AUGUST 7 181)0.
IA MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR.
Another Runs Away.
Su|i|iiMrd lo liuve broil Hilled
alt out st tlauie of Card* In n
! From the Greensboro I'atiioU
A roan by the nauie of Shiiiall lias
j mysteriously disappeared from Ins home
'near Mt. Airy. 11 o was last seen some
i days ago in Oak Grovo church in com
pany with I'orey Fry and Joe Tilley.
A searc' ing party went to the eliureli
and found a quantity uf blood on the
II >or, pulpit and one window, and a dock
j of cai'ds mattered over the floor.
i'erey Fry was arrested at Mt. Airy
j Wednesday night. lie cluimeJ that
| t'lo blood found in the church came
from wounds which hj inflicted with u
! knife upon J >e Tilley, iu a quarrellovcr
j a game of cards that the/ were having
in the church, and claims to know
nothing of ShiuaU's whereabouts.
Joo i illey made his escape and has
not yet been captured
The theory is that Fry, Tilley and
Shin ill became involved iu a li'lit over
a game of cards and that Shiuall was
murd red by his companions and his
i body concealed.
Active search is still being made for
It is thought that Tilley lias gouc to
At hist the mystery surrounding the
! disappearance of Shinall from the nei.
' gh.orhood of Mt. Airy has been cleared
up, and I'ercv Fry has been vindicated
At the preliminary trial of I'ctey
Fry, charged with the murder of Shin
ill, who bad uipit eiiottsly di-iappeared
fr« in tho neighborhood of Mt. Airy
some days :igo, the evidence all went
■!o corroborate tho story told by Mr,
Fry. It wis clearly proven that the
bl.'ad on the floor, pulpit and window
of Oak Grovo church came from wounds
j i:.dieted with a knife upon Joo Tilley
I by 1- iv
Tho evidence showed that Fry and
, Tilley became involved in a figlit over
J a game of cards played in tbe church,
( and that in the light Fry cut Tilley with
I a knife.
Tilloy and Shiuall tearing Jproseeu
j tien for desecrating the church, fled,
! Tilley going to I'ulaski City, and Shu
I nail lo the mines in Carroll county, Yir
Fry was acquitted an 1 promptly dis
charged from custody.
A '-BUN" STUOKK. t
Many of l!ie bitterest enemies of
peace, quiet and good government in
the fc-outh nre men who have for years
found their best customers in (I,at sec
tion. It might n tbo amiss, by a bet
ter distribution of orders, to tcaoh such
men on wliioli side their bread is but
tered. Tliey ought to be lid to give
some thought, at least, to the situation,
foldings and convictions of the people
from whom tliey drtuv their wealth.— |
:Mr. M.J.Adams, engineer on the!
Ashcboro road, happened to a singular
j accident last Monday. As lie was gut- .
| 'ing on his cngino a coal chisel which
| was on the box above hian rolled down
;m I struck liiin just above the eye in -
flictin.' an ugly wound.— High Point
T II KAT AL L ALIKK.
In almost every southern community
| the law is enforced agamsl white va-
I grant* and not against negro vagrants
1 The idea seems to be deeply rooted 111
the minds of our people that a nejro
j ims a rln to lie a vagrant.—Atlanta
"Vniitee" had to light Ins lump in
the broad open day light the other day,
so as to see how to write.
Two Walnut Gove Items.
From the Graphiu.
One evening last wee'; Mr. W:n. 1.1.
let had been to the dep -i to meet some
oue iu a wagon, when lie started bact-',
hu not uotteing down tlje truck, tie
train struck tip; hind wh lof tho wagon
crushing tueiii cou»u! erjddy. 'J i a
wonder that the whole etv.v of tho wag
on dul UO) get killed.
We leatn that some one l.rokc into
Dr. K. Fulp's olfiao one night this week
and took some money. ■ not know
Imperfect digestion aid assimilation
produce disordered ootniitions of the
system which grow aud arc confirmed
by neglcet, DrJ II Mclean'sStrcngthc
cnining Cordial and Uloisl I'ui iSer, by
its tonic properties, curbs indigestion
and gives tone to tho ttoiuach. >I,OO
i cr bottle.
I „ N
You will hivj n» ass fir sin
if you use I>r J 11 McLean's Strength.
1113 Hyo S IIVJJ it ro u av.es the lilui
dud »cum which accumulates an tho eye
balls, subdue* infljination, cools aud
sootlics tho iif tited nerves, strengthens
weak uud fa 11.., sight. '2~>c. a bo::.
Old peaple suffer much from disor.
j dcrs of tho uriniary organ-., mid always
' gratified at tho woudeiTul otfects of I'r
J li McLean's Liver and Kidney I.alm
l :u banishing their troublesl,oo per
If you spit up phlegm, and are tiou
bled with a hacking cou«>>, use l)r J
' 11 McLcau's Tar wine Ling Nairn.
The secretary of the Chamber of
Couin.oreo is corresponding «vit U II C.
ami It. W.Steekla to secure tho erce
tion of a match factory in Greensboro.
- Manufacturer's Record.
Tli t sterling paper, tho Duubury
lIKI'OIN R.LT AND PCHT, rcvcntly eiiiered
its nineteenth volume. It is u good pa
per, and we wish it many more ye us td'
usefulness and a liberal patronage. -
Winston Piedmont Advertiser.
it)G Bll'E KKMEDY.
Judge Hubert J Breckinridge, brot
her of lion. W. C. J'. Breckinridge,
the eh qucut Corgrcssnian, gives the
fidlowing as a cure for hydrophobia,
which he has personally tested. At
this season it shou d sho.uld have ihe
widest circula'iu posasible Judge iircc.
«1 he tiuio between tho btt : ng of an
animal by a mad dog and showing signs
Itydrobhia is not less '.ban nine days
but may be nine months. After animal
abid a scratch of Ihc tooth upon a per
son of a slobber coming in con'ict with
sore or raw place, will pioducc hydrop
hobia just as so in n if bitten by a Iliad
uog. 11 \ drobia can be prevented, and
1 will give what is well known an infal
lible remedy, for man or bo.ist, if prop
erly nduiiucstcred. A d>>so foi horse
or cow should u j four ti.uos as much as
for a person.
It is not too late to gwo the medicine
any time beforo tho spasams com. 1 on
Ihe dose for a person is one and one
hall ou.ieu s if clcoauipana root burtsed
put in a pint of new milk, icduiied one
half boiling lake al ai ouce in tho uior
ning, fasting uu'.il the or at
least very light diet, till after several
hours have elapsed. Tho second di'sc
samo as first except t ike two ounces
ol the root. Third same as second.
Three doses are all that is neeeded,
and there need be uo fear as 1 kuow
from my own cxperionco and know of
and know of ei os where it was entir
ely successful l'aris Kcntuckiau.
The liural World publishes the
because it comes over !he names of
good men. At ihc same time wlicli the ,
same tiiuo when th» poison iiloe gets j
into the bled it will take loore than j
tlinu electiipilio lo get it mi I'liu iuj 1
the wound at the earliest pm moment
ami make every possible effort in
prevent the virus getting into tho lir
culation. I'M iidicd as I'r. Paul
Paquin d d in buruia j out the \ irus of
glanders when lie discovered that lie
had been inoculated by it burn it out.
After thin has been dona take all iho
elccapanc you please—liural World.
The Headlight reports refreshing
show nrs around (ioldsbor >.
Peva :il waiters .»£ o, nays tlu (Inn
prega'ionali t, a woman wis coming nut
of some public building where the heavy
door swuid back And mado egress some
what dilli ::i!t A lil'lo stro.-t urchin
sprand the rescu , and as lie held "[>• n
the doors she said, *• Tlinnk you,'' uiid
pnsed i n.
••Crackv ! d'ye heir that ?" said th''
bay to n companion sh.nltng tie >r l y
»Ni. What >"
"\\ hy, that lady in sealskin said
•thank jo' to to the likes o'mc."
Amused at the conversation, which
she c;>u!d nc>t ludp overhearing, the lady j
turned around and said to the hoy : j
"It nlways pays to be polite, inv boy;
ren:nuber 'lnt. "
Yirs passed away, and last IVjeui- !
ber, when doing her Christmas shopping |
this lady leooived an cxoeptionel court
sey from a clerk in Boston, which cau
sed her to remark to a friend who was :
with her :
"\YI at a great comfort to bo civilly j
treated once in a while— thought I J
din t know that I blame the store
clercks for beg rudo during the holiiay j
Tlio young man's quick car caught j
the words, and he said :
•'Pardon 1110, madam, out you gave!
uic my first lesson in politeness a lew
years ago." The lad; looked at hmi
iu amazement, while he related the lit - j
1: forgotten incident, and t >ld her that ]
tin simple "thank ym" awakened his !
first ambition to be something in the j
worl 1 lie went the i.o\t 111 irning and
applied for a situation as offijo boy in
the establishment where he wa« now j
1111 onored clerk.
Only two works dropped into the j
treasury ol a street conversation, but
they yielded returns id'a oertaiu kind j
nioro satisfactory the in test incuts,
.-tucks and bonds.
A l'K; ULI All 01, O 51 AX.
TUcir lives in 1 hlfdli Jisjii .it
llancoe't county, n.;ar Shortsburg, 1'
O. one of the most peculiar men in all
the world. I!c is fit - years old hi
great gr t:.d mother is living, his mother
is lism;> . tie is 10 years older ilian his ■
f.ith-1' in law, he is I years older than 1
his grandiuotli r, his brother in-law is
now I,'tsgraud-father, be is tha father of
f iur children- oldest is U years old,
than his father.in law; lie is l years
edder tliau his grandmother, his b: oilier
in-law is now his grand father of four
children—oldest i> 40 years old, tha
youngestmonths old am) h:s wife is
only sweet sixteen. lie is funney and ,
lively, and in good healtn, says bis you- !
ng wife is as sweet as lionev and as
good to him as if be was a baby. Long
lite to the old man.—Kutcrprise.
DUSTING WILL DISAITEAII.
Wo havo a friend in the trade whose j
mind is cnntinnall; running to labor
saving inventions, says the I'phlostetcr.
lie has now arranged a series of faus so
as produce a suction tlmt will draw up
dust from the floors or furnishings of a
house. Hear him:
"I bo motor is simple, md one has
only to put the machnc ill the center
of the room, wind her up then get ou
of the way. When in motion the dust
comes from all parts of the room and is
imurcdintcly sucked up by the fans into
a bi-x. In two minutes it will sweep a
room of ordinary size. After sweeping
your floors t/nu reverse the force so as to
have the suction come from the top in
stead of the bottom. I'lace a funnel
over tlie machine which has a long hose
attached, then you go around your fur
niture. Wherever you hold the hose
tho dust is iiniiiedia'ely sueked through
into the box. In fwc minutes the e is
not a particle of dust to be seen around
the room, Besides collecting the dust
this machine will collect all the insects
of a house. Imagine for a moment the
c iling of yous room being Idled with
|JH squitoe*. ltring in your lightning
: e'eaner, set the hose and draw it a-jross
I the ceiling, and mosquitoes will disap-
I NOT Til K WORST >l.\.\ IN HKM
.1. 1!. I'orakcr says he wants to bear
all the blame for the republican defeat
5 in Ohio. ,1. B. evidently wants to
exonerate Ins partner Wood, and lie is
Wood, the forger, was by no
j means the was by no means the worst
( loan iu the lirm. \tlauii Constitution.
SHOW HIM Til K I'IOLK.
Fditnr I lulstenl li • trlily endorses
Mr. Itlaiu s expusuro of the MeKinloy
taiiff lull ed l i llalstoid can see as
far thro'ig'i u millst 111 as anybody
if you'll sli'HV !ii.n I'M li do— Vilant i
'■l hon't tluiik there has ever bm-n
any period since I can remember when
; the urospect for inaierial ]'t"gss, the
increasing value oi our mi IOH tho boil
(iitis up of our Inwin and rm'roads, the
development of our resources generally
land the devolp n >nt of our railroad sy-
i teins, not forgetting unparalled nioreas
lin our population, was so great as it is
right now.—Setiato Vance.
GIVK the Domoaratio party full con
t 01. and one term if Congress will not
elapsed before all this oppressive and
i ffenslvo legislation will bo wiped from
| the statute books and this govorinent be
I again tli i government of the people
which it WH before tin party of the
J seetionalist monopolist came.—Wil.
So far as Vance is concerned tin un
' called for attack lias done
' harm. On the contiary the oondenia
by people and press from every part of
of North Carolina of the I'rog essivc
Farmer has stniithcned tli • Senator,
1 and to-day '/ ib \ anae is mire idol uf
the tar leuls than ever lie was before.
! —D.mv.'le lloinster.
The fa'r n: r u:r,'i M located n the
! 1 . ik« i.f the 1! o V a:i uflluent o r
| tbe Colorido river iu 1.. iol:i c only,
; covers a i crea of in !e, esanJ i'i
I fs'cnd 'ii to v; a 7 miles of thai
I I ii v. 'I I'IC Col.ira Jo. Tho ?
thev co.it i n |i ire u'l 1 while and cle
arcr ihan c!i k4 , ti'id it is said that a
p\?e 7 or S inches thick is 60ine.imcs
clear enough to see t! ot:i;li to :cad o
newspaper. Over tba «i ;is a liver of
of ? .rdsiene f '.li 'J !i b' t'e 't l 1: .'k,nuil
when tlrs i t v i ITIV thn sil: appears
like a burg snow.!; :i. II iw deep i 1 h
has not bjcn asj ■ : . : !. bir a - :g!o
: blast of gran' ) iw.?r m 1 b'ew out
tons of it. Uudir tin! enpnekhis
1 bcctl d -cov" el charred w ud nad
chareoa and mati'og made if ohr
! bark, which the >a!t has f reserved,
| evidently the e imp o' p'l -vstot .c mill
j --San Francisco Crouiclj.
■ . ..
DIED IV A 15R0KKN HEART.
We regret tti learn of the death, at
I the home of her falhei near Center last
| .Satuiday morning of .Miss Eat una Mur.
| row. Her death it said to Ino bin
; eau«ed l»y grief and shook at the death
j of her brother, Mr. Eugene Murrow,who
; died three or four weeks ay a from in.
I juries received wliilu on a revenue raid
| into Stokes count;.
| .Miss Murrow's body was tntcrred
I Sunday by the side of her brother, at
| Centre church, in t ho prescnoo of a
largoconcourso ol sorrowing friends.
The poor and inadiu n daises of the
! are couinlaiuiuj; ni'iro of bard times and
oppression than the South notwithstand
ing tbeso people 4vo pi 1 over SIOO,-
| 000 a year in pensioners, a id I'.IC ■'outli
J twenty-five years after the war is
| over, is paying tho largest part of t n
I pension money in proportin to p"p'jl.i
--| tion and wealth. It is clear that this
| pension business is making pju.wre
and sc fs of the Noriliei ip- »p!e. icr
' van's for the politeaqs, while I'IO Smtli
i selt-dependont is growing rich and in
I and can't bo downed by nn vile legisla
| tion the the Republican parly can
1 inaugurate. We arc a great people in
war and peace, as iliu pension rolls
IVII AT A CON litAS IV
Ye Gods, w! at a contrast bclffcc n
the Convcnvcntimt lierj to-day and tlio
one held this day two weeks ago ! The
convention two w;okago
of (100 uicn who represents the wealth
and intelligence of this section. To-day
there a e twenty d legates, lull' two or
three hundred negvo spectators a lot,
of whites nearly alll of whom are Demo.
• erats etij ning the Circuit. And "the
smell thoroof nscendetli up" - towatd
r Heaven —(Jreeushoro l'atriot.
t I _ ..... _
Bolumbia is the wealthiest of Ameri
can universities, nttd llaryard milieu
j next with proverity valued at $113,000,•
| 000, and yearly income amounting to
I |a«3 IJI
OV CRIMINAL ANI* CIVLL C A US
MS Foil TRIAL AT SUMMER
TKItM OK SUPERIOR COUitT
FOR BTOKKS COUNTY,
CO.MM rfNCINO MONDAY
A UUIJST 4TH 18JH).
MON. 4tli., TOE. f»»h, and WED. 6tb.,
| For criminal trials ami motions.
Tin rbkav, At dtsr 7,1890.
10 Slate vs Tliomus
12 Carroll ot al, vs l'opper et ai
Mi Martin vs II ill
1 I Ijawson vs I'rtngle
15 Lanrsou vs I'riiifile
17 lluffinot al, vs li 'iiett
1 8 1 laltrtti vs Leak et al
!!• Muslin vs Carroll
•J ! H ill vs Martiu
-1 Turpin vs Torpin
Fuin.tY, Ar«j. Bth, 189 J.
25 II ill vs Ijjvlcs et al
'2O Carter vs Suundois
27 Martin vs I Initios
30 Westmoreland adin'r et ul vs Mor
32 Williams vs Ncwsom Kx
31 (ientry et al, vs Williams et si
35 Kroger et al, vs Kigcr et al
3tj I iill vs SmttU
37 C Fit Y V 11 It Co., vs Harr.
Monday, AUO 11th, 1890.
38 N'eal vs Nelson
39 .Hartin irus.ee vs Flippin et al
40 Vance vs l'artee et al
•l'i lioste vs lloyles
50 Hlacktiurn vs Fair
51 Je-suj) Vi Francis et al
52 Tilley el al vs King at al
Tl;ksi»\Y, AI D. 12th, 1893,
03 Spencoi adin'r, vs Ross et al
61 Tilley adm'r vs Tilley
s*i Lnngley vs Slate adm'r
•Hi Law.-m'j et a!, vs 1 illev, Jessup et
57 N\ C. a-id Smith vs Edwards et si
G2 Taylor vs TaUiferro ct al
01 11 ct a', vs S.niih ct al.
' WUI.VKSDAY, Auu. 1.3T11, "4j.
C~> Crito vs I>orld
06 T-t '/Kir vs 1T;i11i 11 cl al
(i 7 11. ictt and vpifu vs K-»; ja
OS Ti:ioiwn vs Carroll
GO Turner and wife vs Kalla:n
70 J ick.-ou aid ii.-o vs JL*.i!ots>a cf
71 Taylor vs Ne'siq
7*2 Taylor v.s Ki«!i v
73 Lawsou vs Shol'oa
71 I»i■ /o vs Law.-on
75 Slieltou vs Dalton ct a!
70 Smith vs Nickel son
7.1 IJoyles vs Sla'e
Kil Pickering et a!, vs Wheeler et a.
1 Francis et a', vs Wrrth et a}
211 n(liii ct al, vs Over by
3 Grillin adm'r, vs Griflii ot al
I Carter ad.n'r vs Poor
5 Winston vs Winston
0 N'ewsom udui'r, vs New&otu
7 Moore ot al ox parte
S Myers and wile vs Qoltiing ct ai
Continued on 3rd pigc.
0 I'eppcr, guardin ox parte
II 1' iiincis adm'r, vs MeKioucy ct ul
It! Waeocr vs Dodd
20 N. (' and Solinitnr vs Bcnott ct al
21 MoCanless vs Reynolds et al
22 N. I! and Collins ot al, vs Smith et
2S Martin vs Boyden
29 Dcaruiin e* al, vs Smith C. aj
31 Keynolds vs II ist
33 Lasli vs Flytit
II Alloy et al vs i'nvlor
42 Lovcns vs i\cal
43 lloiz vs Waikins ot al
41 Nredbimi agt , vs I'carco
40 Tillcy adm'r vs Simmons
47 George vs George
IS Ellington et al, vs Pringlc et al
l!> Tillej adm'r ot al, vs Giant et al
f>B Joyce vs Alley
r>n Plunked ami wife vs Holes
00 Ashby vs Pago
111 Wall vs llall ot al
03 Ilill vs Hill
77 Flippin ot al, vs Iteasley
78 Dalton vs Gordon
In the rail, any ca«o not reached in
tlio appointed day will be called in or.
der on next day, arid in peoodence of
eases sot lor t.oxt d iy.
Motions heard according ti the con
venience ol the court
Witnesses will he allowed pay for at.
tendance only from the day ease? are
set lot trial, and after that time until
the ease is disposed of.
CALENDAR COMMITTEE. V
Ltanhurv, N C., July 14th, 1390?