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WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1881.
GOOD-BYE, PROUD WORLD.
, EALPH WALDO BJTEESON. ,
, (Written In 1832 ) -
Good-bye, prord world, I'm going home;
Thou are not my friend; I am not thine,
Too long through weary crowds I roam
A. river ark on the ocean brine;
Too long I'm tossed like the driven foam;
. But now, proud world, I'm going home!
Good-oye to Flattery's fawning face.
To ctsandeur with his wild grlmmace;
To upstart Wealth's averted eye,
T j supple office, low and high;
To crowded halls, to court and street,
To frozen, hearts and hasting feet;
. To those wuo go and those who come,
Good-bye, proud world, Fm golcg home.
' I go to seek my own hearthstone.
Bosomed in yon gieen hills alone;
A secret lodge In a pleasant land,
Whose groves the frolic fairies planned.
Whre arches green the livelong day
Echo the blackbird's roundelay,
And evil men have never trod,
A Siot that is sacred to thought and God.
Ob. when lam f in my sylvan home,
I mock at the pride of Greece and Rome:
And when I am stretched beneath the pines,
Where the evening star so holy shines,
, I laugh at the lore- and pride of man,
At the sophist schools and. the learned clan ;
For "What are they In all their high conceit,
'When man in the bu'hvlth God may meet!
THE DUBLIN ASSASSINATION.
The Murder of Lord Frederick Caven
dish and Thomas llaviland Burke
Attacked by Fonr Men in Disguise
and Stabbed to Death.
Ip. our telegraphic columns has been
briefly announced the assassination in
Phoenix Park,. Dublin,, last Saturday
evening, of Lord Cavendish, the chief
secretary of Ireland, who succeeded
Fofster, resigned, and Under-Secretary
Burke, who were strolling in the
Park, after dinner. The foltowing are
the details of the crime as gathered
from cable dispatches:
London, May 7. The Observer s dis
patch from Dublin gives' the following
particulars of the murder of Lord Fred
erick Cavendish and Mr. Burke : A boy
states lhat while bird-nesting in Phoe
nix Park yesterday aiternoon he saw,
about 200 yaras rrom nim ana close to
the road, a group of men, who appeared
to ' him to be wrestling. He thought
they were roughs and paid no- particu
lar attention to them. He then saw
two of the men fall and four others
jump into a car ana anve rapidly to
ward Chapel lzoa. ie is unable to
give a description of their appearance.
The park was crowded injnany places
at the time or me tragedy. Many per
sons were sitting or walking w ithin a
few hundred vards of where the bodies
were found, but heard nothing of the
affair. Police paraded the parfc shortly
after the occurrence and fruitlessly
searched every hole and corner for the
murderers. Mr. Burke was found with
his throat cut almost from ear to ear,
and his hands bore marks indicating
that he had had a fierce and lengthened
encounter. One or the wounds of Lord
F. Cavendish was a dagger thrust which
penetrated his right lung, and his left
arm was smashed to pulp. Many of the
wounds on botn bodies were sucli as
must have been immediately fatal. The
persons who found the bodies were de
tained by the police.
The correspondent or the Press Asso
ciation at Dublin telegraphs as follows:
' A gentleman informs me that at about
2 o clock on Saturday aiternoon he saw
a country car of peculiar build driving
through Grafton street. It contained
four very suspicious-looking fellows,
with blackened faces, and wearing
slouched hats pulled down in front so
as to some extent conceal their faces."
A telegram to Lord Hartington shows
that Lord Frederick fell first, mortally
wounded by a stab. Mr. Burke strug
gled for a time but fell, stabbed in seve
ral places. It is believed his jugular
vein was severed. The four men then
drove rapidly away.
Capt. Oreatrix, of tne dragoons, who
thought the matter had been a drunken
row, said, as they passed, "You have
roushly handled them." They replied
roughly, "You be d ," Greatrix says
be can identify one of the men concern
ed in the assassination, and a gatekeeper
oi tne park says ne can identify two.
ine victims or tne tragedy are laid
put on beds in the hospital just as they
were brought in. The hospital surgeon
states that he fancied he felt a slight
pulsation in Mr. Burke's body when he
first saw it. Telegrams were imme
diately sent to all the police stations in
Ireland and Great Britain giving infor
mation of the murder. It has been as
certained that Under Secretary Burke
walked from the castle to the park
gates, where he got on a car, and while
driving through the park overtook a
gentleman. Mr. Burke alighted from
the car and accompanied the gentle
man, whOAvas undoubtedly Lord Fred
erick Cavendish, on foot. The carman
returned to the city.
Mr. Burke had long been regarded
with extreme disfavor by the national
ists of Ireland.
Orders have been issued that all boats
from Ireland be searched for the assas
sins. The face of Lord Frederick Cav
endish as he lies dead in the hospital is
calm and peaceful. Mr. Burke's coun
tenance has a look of great agony.
Capt. Ross, late secretary of Mr. Fors
ter, has gone with a special report, and
as the representative of Earl Spencer,
It was reported at Dublin to-day that
Mr. Burke was the victim whose assas
sination had been planned, and that
Lord Frederick Cavendish was only
killed because he was in Mr. Burke's
The inquest on the bodies of the vic
tims was opened to-day. Twenty jurors
had been summoned overnight, and all
answered to their names except two.
The jury consisted of gentlemen.
Mounted police occupied the hospital
yard. There was a large crowd of peo
ple outside. Mr. Whytes, city coroner,
said ne summoned tne jury to meet on
Sunday in order, that the remains
might be removed at once. He declared
language was inadequate to express the
horror and shame which all must feel.
After the jury had viewed the bodies
the coroner stated that the cause of
death was quite apparent, but that he
would adjourn the inquest until Mon
day for formal evidence.
The murder must have been quite
visible from tne windows or tne vice
regal lodge. It is said that Earl Spen-.
cer himself saw tnescunie from nis bed
foom window, but the police are unable
to vouch for the accuracy of the rumor
ThaDuke of Devonshire, the father,
onA fha. Marniite nf TTarfinffton. th
brother of Lord Frederick Cavendish,
have started for Dublin. . it is thought
possible that the House of Commons
will adjourn shortly "afte4eeting to
rlftv im a mark of nvmnathv.' r
London society begifuriag' with the
Queenwho fle&fc a teiegriijOf; cpndo
lenee to the family of .LordSF Cayen
dish, .has .made . a demonstration of
sympathy, as remarkable as that which
occurred on the death of President
Garfield;'11 Many columns of the morn
ing D'aners are filled with the names of
those who called to express sympathy
mtb the relatives of Lord Frederick,
re "remains of Lord Frederick will bo
conveved to England on-Tuesday. and
interred at Chatsworth on Wednesday.
jyiaguire, one ux uih uieu wuu uiauuv
fetWlTHflXemaiji!, pays that oply nine or
teo.jninut.es elapsed laetween his meet
ing Cavendish and Burke alive and
welVHd' finding their corpses. It is
belefced MT.cBdrfce was. aware that his
movements were dogged; " He had f re
qtienttjbbee.ife advised .tahave an -escort,
.but always refused. ' I
' l-;fnpre will te an Indlgliat'oii meeting
. - .. .
of citizens . ! Dub ;u on Monday, the
mayor presiding. 1 huge subscription
as a reward for intormation leading to
the discovery of tne murderers is talked
A LANTLEAQUE DISCLAIMER.
The folio wins? manifeto-of the land-
league was adopted this! afternoon at a
uuirieuiy-suminonea meeirag at me
Westminister Palace Hotel:
To the People of Ireland : -
On the eve of what s iemed a bright
future for bur country, that evil desti
ny which has apparently pursued us
for centuries has struck at our hopes
another blow which cannot be exagger
ated in its disastrous consequences. In
this hour of sorrowful gloom we ven
ture to give expression to ourprofound
est sympathy with the people of Ireland
in the calamity that has befallen our
cause through this horrible deed, and
with those who determined at the last;
hour that a policy of conciliation
should sdpplant that of terrorism and
We earnestly hope that the attitude
and action of the Irish people will show
to the world that an assassination such
as has startled us almost to the aban
donment of hope of our country's fu
ture is deeply and religiously abhorrent
to tlieir every feeling and instinct. We
appeal to you to show by every manner
of expression that amidst the universal
feeling of horror which the assassina
tion has excited, no people feel so deep
a detestation of its atrocity or so deep
a sympathy with those whose hearts
must be seared by it as the nation up
on whose prosperity and reviving
hopes it may entail consequences more
ruinous tham those that have fallen to
the lot of unhappy Ireland during the
present generation. We teel that no
act that has ever been perpetrated
in our country during the excit
ing troubles of the past fifty years
has so stained the name of hospitable
Ireland as this cowardly and unprovok
ed assassination of a friendly stranger,
and that until the murderers of Caven
dish and Burke are brought to justice
that stain willl sully our country's
CnAs. S. Parnell,
attitude of the conservatives.
London, May 8. At a meeting of the
conservatives, held Sunday afternoon,
resolutions were adopted expressing
norror ac tne. assassination of Lord
Cavendish and Mr. Burke, and pledg
ing the opposition to stand by the gov
ernment with their strength while cod-
ing with the murderous element in Ire
Sir Stafford Northcote said he doubt
ed whether the government would pro
claim martiar law, but if it did, it could
rely on the support of the conserva
Speculation is rife as to the origin of
the conspiracy. It is suggested that the
lnsh-Amencan emissaries were em
ployed to commit the crime.
A telegram from Limerick to-night
states tnat Mr. unirord .Lloyd received
information that three men had left
America to assassinate him. This, it is
thought, gives color to the surmise that
the Dublin tragedy may have had its
origin in a similar conspiracy.
The cabinet has decided to adjourn
the House of Commons to-dav after al
lusions to the murders have been made
by the leaders of both sides.
The Standard says it believes that
the post of chief secretary of Ireland
will be offered to and accepted by Mr.
Joseph Chamberlain, president of the
iioard of Trade. It says that Mr. W. E
Forster has offered his services to Mr
Gladstone if they are required.
DON CAMERON AND MAIIONE.
A New Movement in the Right Direc
tion. New Yohk, May 0. A Times spe
cial from lialeigh, N. C. savs: "Sena
tors Don Cameron and Wm. Mahone
have decided to invest in the real estate
and water Dower at Weldnn. this state
for the nnmoaft of proline wnrlro fnr
building railroad cars of every descrip
tion and for spinning cotton. It is
stated that the property of the ltoanoke
Navigation Company, which years ago
uunt a canai irom vveidon to oaston.is
to De soia very soon by order of the
Sunrpma Court to r.hp hirrhpsr hiHHpr
It wa3 sold a few weeks ago and the
sale was set aside and a re-sale ordered.
It is understood that Senators Came
ron and Mahone have decided to buy
that property and that extensive car
X - 1 1 .
worKs are io do immediately put up
and a large cptton factory will be also
erected at Weldon. The canal will be
cleaned out and a dam thrown across
the river at Gaston, high enough to
turn me wnoie river into the canal
Water privileges from Weldon to Gas
ton will be purchasable so that the ca
nal may be lined with mills and facto
M ealth Going to Waste.
Mr, J. McFarland Hudson informs
us that in constructing the railroad
A 41 T-1 , .
uuwu ius x reucu ijroaa river man
valuable deposits of minerals wp.rp. rlis
covered. One cut opened a splendid
mica deposit on the lands of Mr. Albert
xwiinaey, some six mues below town
and in same loealitv indinatinnn nf sn
perior corundum were found. The mica
promised t be as fine as that taken
from the Mitchell countv minps. spv
eral large beds of the best quality of
agamatolette (or soap stone) are located
down the river, and a fine deposit of
asbestos is on Mr. Jake Roberts' lands,
near Alexander's depot. Mr. Hudson
says the mineral wealth of Western
.worth Carolina cannot be told.
Schooner and Crew Lost.
San Francisco. MavO A Virfnr?a
dispatch says an arrival from the West
uoasc reports me Mist, an Amencan
sealing scnooner, lost with all on board
near uape ueaie. jno particulars.
Texas Democratic State Convention
Galveston, May 9. -A News' spe-
trajB vuo cuairman or the Demo
crane ocate central committee has is
sued a call for the State Convention to
aasemDie at uaiveston, July 16th.
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Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
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Cared me of fits. Hare been well for over four
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Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
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Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
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Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 Tears standing
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Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the head
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Cured my son of fits. He has not bad a fit for
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Sate, April i.iH, 1882.
tears Charlotte. .... .
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Arrlfe Greensboro,. . . .
AirtM HUlahnm ' " ""
O KU DID
No. 17-Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. ..5.00 d m
Arrive at Balelch.. . ..1.61 k m
at U9iasooro,..7.20 ft
NA. OI ConnMn lit DiuiialiAnl n . n
t 'all points North, last and West vta Dan-
e. w -connects at Sanshury with W.K.C.K.
B. for all Dointa n Weatem Nnnh rjuniin. jmiVm
at Greensboro with R. & D. 8 B. tor afl prints
North, East and West ;
TttAjWB gome WK9T.
Date, April 30th, IJI82.
Leave Goidsboro,. . . .
Arrive B tietgh
Atr.e H. o....
Aiilve S Leii-ioro,.
Leave G oro..
8 55 on
.Arrive High Point..
Amve BaiispuryM ..
Bf. 18 Daily except Sundar, - -
ro...2 50 pm
Aje Gry nahypt 8.15 pm
No. RO-ConneU at Cbartotte with A. C. Ale
Line for all points In Sooth and eouOi west
IfOC62-Canneets at tn fci A,n a.
IV. T. N. C, RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Daily.
Leave Greensboro.... 9.25 pm
Arrive Kernetsville. io.4l p m
Hrrre Balem....... .11.25 jm
. no. B2 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro ..w Dunn
jrilve Kernegyjlls -Ut01 an
vnw oMoa 11.85 ft B
NO. 51 Daily, except Sunday.
uwTVBBiem 5.15 am
Arrive Kernerevi le 5.50 am
Amve ureensooro 7.00 a m
Na 58 Daily.
Leave Salem 6.00 pm
Arrive Kernersville 8.40 pm
Arrive Greensboro 8.00 pm
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
Leave Chapel Hill,
11.40 a to
Arrive Chapel Hill,
12.10 p m
1.00 p ra
Patau Seepim Gars Wiflunt (&
On Train No. 50. New York and Atlanta via Wash
ington and Danville, and between Greensboro and
Charleston. . ,
On Train No. 52, Richmond and Charlotte and
wasmogton and Charlotte via Danville.
W Through Tickets on sale at Greensboro'
Raleigh, eoldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, and
all principal points South, Southwest West North
ana sasi. r or emigrant tcates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Ajuansaa ana tne soutnwest aaaress,
General Passenger Agent
may2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
7On and after April 30th, 1882, the passe n-
Kcr iram Berrice uu me Auania k unariette AJr-
Line division 01 una roaa wm be as follows:
Rabun Gap Junction,.
12.50 p m
1.47 p m
8 80 p m
12.40 a m
7.48 a m
10.87 a m
Arrive Lula, X
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa. Y
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Axstve Spartanburg, K.
Arrive Gastonla, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
7.41 a m
9 28 a m
8 15 a
A with arriving trains of Georgia Central and A.
W. P. Railroads.
B with arriving trams of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W. 4 A. Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
X with Northeastern BaUroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
with Elberton Air-Line te and from Xlbetton,
G with Cbtambm and GreenriQe to and from
Colombia and Charleston, 8. C
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Colombia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and AshevDle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and Ashe vl lie, and Alston and COturnbla.
L with Cheater and Lenoir Narrow Oauge to and
from Dallas and Cheater.
M with C C 4 A., a C, B. D. and A., T. 4 O.
for aU points West North and East
Pullman sleeping-car service on trams Not. 50
and 51 daily, without change between Atlanta and
New York. A. POPX
G neral Passenger and Ticket Agent
T. M. R. Taloott,
L T. SAGE, Superintendent
C., C. & A. R. R. CO.
r- In Effect Sunday, April 80th, 1882. fff
Arrive Rock Bill,
Arrive Ridge Spring, . .
Arrive Granite vllle, . . .
8.80 p m
6.07 p m
8 02 pm
a 12 P m
Arrive Bock Hill
Arrive Wlnnsboro,. . .
Arrive Ridge Spring,.
Arrive Graniterllle, . .
Arrive Aqgusta.. ...
8.25 a o
Tram No. 52. Daily CODnecbi at OotomMa wtlta
the 8. C R. B, for Charleston, and with thefj. ft
G. R. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbefllie, fta At
Augnsta with Central eorgia R. B ierMaooa,
Savannah and Florida points. . .
tha flAonria B. B. and Central Georc .B.B,Xer
Macon. Atlanta. Savanhah and FloridA ftolnt.
tratas Nos. 18 and 20. local, tri-weekry. Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Trains from the South arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, dally, at 585 p. m. Freight, dally except
Bunday, at 8.42 a.m. and 4 45 p. m.
ATLANTIC TENNKS8EE 4 OHIO WYISlCfif
Train Ne. 58. Dally,
Leave Charlotte.. 500p m
Arrive at StatesvlUe, 7 05 pm
Train No. 62. Dally,
Leave Statesvllle, 7 55 a as
Arrive at Charlotte.. 10.00 a m
Tickers sold te an points Sooth,
Southwest and baggm Jtaetsw
u-nvf allowed on local tickets. ,
may2 '- ' -
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