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JDebility, Lose of Appe-
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Lit ITERS MUM A ilUMP.
The Tramp on His Travel s A Disserta
tion on Tramps The Classic Pre
cincts of Pinch Gut--The Grave of
General Davidson The Sage of
Waveland, Hopewell, N C,
To the Editor of the Observer. JUDe 23' 1&82'
n?F& W8jk8' sn00t for as it flies,
Ana catch the manners living as they rise."
'lis not exactly the business of a
tramp to moralize. There are, of course,
many kinds of tramps in the world.
There is the common tramp, the tramp
with literary proclivities, the philo
sophic tramp, toe impecunious tramp
sea tramps, like Jonah. Noah, Vasco de
Gama, Balboa, Captain Cook and Sir
Alexander the Great was a tramp and
so was Julius Caesar when he disem
barked the famous tenth legion on the
shores of Britain, and told on return
ing such marvelous tales, "that her
shores were to the polished race who
dwelt by the Bosphorus objects of a
mysterious horrorrsuch as the Jomans
of the age of Homer regarded the
straits of Scylla and the city of the
From all that we can learn, when
Joseph went down into Egypt to buy
corn, he was the first tramp that be
came governor, and the next was War
mouth, who tramped from Illinois to
Louisiana. Stanley was a tramp of
the nrst water, when he fought Miram
bo, and discovered the great explorer at
Uggigi, but the chief of tramps, an
cient or modern, dead or alive, by sea
or land, was Moses, who was forty years
at the business before he surveyed the
promised land from the heights of Pis
gab. .Once more upon the road and Shank's
mare bounds beneath me "like a steed
that knows its rider."
Though the rays of the noonday sun
are scorching, and steep is the road,
there are shady spots in places along
the highway, by the classic precincts of
that ancient seat of learning, the Ethi
opian University at Biddletown. On,
through the Carolina "Vale of Tempo,"
with its hunger-suggesting title of
"Pinch Gut," with fields of golden grain
waving in the sunlight on either hand,
we tramp along by hill and dale, by
forest and stream, over the Battlefield
of Mclntjre's branch, where Lord
Cornwallis with his "Perukes" met "the
rude forefathers of the hamlet," mus
ket and powder horn in hand, battling
for liberty for themselves and for their
posterity. By a picturesque looking old
mill, on which. the finger of Time has
left unerring traces. By Hopewell
church (without a gallows, the other
sign of civilization in sight), with its
ancient graveyard, where all that is
moital of the gallant Major-General
Davidson rests, till the last trump shall
sound, with never a stone to mark the
spot where sleeps the hero who gave
his life for his country at Cowan's
"And leaving In battle no blot on his name,
Looks proudly to heaven from the dea'hbed of
It may be true, that dulcet decorum
est pro patria mori, but though I recog
nize the poetry of the classic sentiment
I think it contains more poetry than
If the heroic dead, lying iu their
graves, were allowed in the nVsh once
more to revisit the scenes of their earth
ly glory, many of them might reasona
bly conclude that the "dulce et deco
rum," if a good thing for the living, was
rather hard on the dead.
"What's honor?" says Falstaff.
"Will it heal a wound ?" "No."
"Will it fill a purse?" "No."
"Then I'll none of it."
Not long since I saw an Epitaph
written on a tombstone for one who
was killed in a duel. It concluded by
recording the fact "He was killed by a
pistol of the brass mounted kind, and
of such is the Kingdom of HeaveD."
Is there not, gentle reader, a great
deal of imaginary honor in this world
which "Will seem to our superior vision,
very foolish in the next
.But "revenouanosmoutons," for a
modest tramp has no business to mor
alize. If "there's a divinity that shapes
our ends" (roughly) at least for me of
late, the lines have fallen in pleasant
places. With interminable fields of
golden grain, calling for invocations to
Ceres; with the merry sound of mow
ers whetting their scythes, the whistle
of "Bob White," and the plaintive cry
of the "whippoorwill" we journey
"Jog on, Jo? on the footpath way,
And merrily hent tin style-a;
A merry heart goes all the day,
Yoi.r sad tlre3, in a mllc-a."
Over a road that couldn't have have
been worse when the British artillery
traversed it, "in the dark backward and
abysm of time," a hundred years ago.
Past Davidson's creek, over a ."bridge
of 8ighs,"we seek the hospitality of the
Patriarchal Sage of "Waveland, an old
man "only in judgment and under
standing") who is proverbially kind to
modest tramps like the undersigned.
"As we journey through life" let us
live by the way, and "Dum vivimus vi
vnmus" are good mottoes. I had them
in "my mind's eye," when I halted at
ia residence of Constantino Davidson,
for like other tramps of high or low de
gree, I have a weakness for the best
houses and the best people in the coun
try. Approaching "Waveland" it ap
peared in the distance to our hungry
vision, as the fairy places in the delect
ntile mountains did to f'htistiMii in tlio
illegory of Pilgrims Progress, aftef he
had passed through the slough of Des
pond. Situated in a picturesque champaign
country, the landscape Jrom the capa
cious bay windows was charming and
suggestive of peace, quietness and re
pose as the happy valley of Russelas.
Scarcely turning on my pillow in the
mornings, L could see the sky redden
ning in the east with the first flush of
dawn ere the fiery orb appeared above
the horizon, or the cock, the trumpet of
the morn, announced his coming. I
could hear the birds carrolling in the
rose and oleander bushes, and the mat
in song. of the busy bee until drunken
with peach juice he turned over
in a maudlin sleep like a Christian
bummer in a Charlotte bar-room, as if
he-knew "that man being a reasonable
animal would get drunk," "the best of
life was intoxication."
"Whoe'er has travelled lire's dull round,
"Where'er his stages, may have been,
"Must sigh to think, he still has found
t "His warmest welcome In an Inn,"
May suit some dispositions but not
your humble servant's.
Give him such as he had for a few
brief days at "Waveland," a jolly host
and hostess, and a library of modern
literature where a modest tramp can
take his otium cum dignitate with a
pipe lulled by the sonorous diapason of
"the wind-haunted trees of Pan, the
telling their grief to the hills," while he
"How happy they who spend In shades like these,
A youth of labor with an age of ease."
My host and 1 had met before, not in
Mexico, where early in life he sought
"the bubble reputation at the cannon's
mouth" at Buena Vista, Cerro Gordo
and Monterey, for he comes of a fight
ing race, although when 'grim viaaged
war had smoothed his wrinkled front"
and the era of peace returned, he
turned his sword into a Dlonch hnr
j (Cincinnatus like) and under the shade
ui ma jwii ug tree, u is now "monarch
of ali be surveys,' - has "lands and
beeves and is in the King's commis
sion. '' " "'-J,
I wassomewhat tired when we reach
dWa-veland'5arid4he dust of Pinch
GuV, was heavy, on my sandals. If
Cicero when he sulked like "Achilles in
his tent" retreated fo his, villa and his
fish ponds for recreation; ve found the
sage of WayelandT imitating the Re
man Senator in laying . out and con
structing ponds for the cultivation of
l urnt feat nit s ir was scarcely necessary
"What's thy nam ?
Thou hast a grim appearance and thy face
JBears a command in it, though tny tackle's torn.
Thou show'st a noble vesseL"
Nor for me to reply, in a supplicat
"Canst thou not minuter to a mind diseased.
Flues Irom the memory a rooted sorrow,
. Raze out the written troubles of the brain.
And with some tweet oblivious antidote,
Cleanse tne foul bosom of that pert o- s:uff.
Which weighs upon the heait."
All of which he did, and I took the
antidote straight, without sugar, and so
did he. More anon.
NO RESPITE FOR GUITEAU.
The Attorney General Reports Against
it and the Cabinet Unanimously En
dorse the Report.
Washington, D. C, June 24. The
result of the special meeting of the
Cabinet last evening, in considering
the case of Guiteau, "it was mad
known officially this morning by a
statement from the Attorney General,
that the plea for a respite had been re
fused. This conclusion was reached
last evening, but was purposely with
held from the public in order that it
migh first be made known to the pris
oner. The Attorney General, to whom
all appeals and petitions presented to
the President bearing on this case had
been referred, submitted an elaborate
report to the Cabinet last evening, re
viewing all the points presented in fa
vor of a respite and recommending
that it be not granted on the ground
that the sanity of the prisoner had been
fully established at the trial. The re
port was generally discussed and unan
imously approved by the Cabinet, all
the members of which were present.
An understanding was reached as
above stated. Rev Mr Hicks called
upon the President and the Attorney
General last evening to learn the result
of the meeting but was informed
that nothing could be divulged on the
subject till this morning. Similar ef
forts on the part of Mr. Reed, (Guiteau's
counsel) were also fruitless. Rev Mr.
Hicks called upon the Attorney Gen
eral this morning by appointment and
was informed that the cabinet had de
cided not to interfere with the execu
tion of Guiteau's sentence. Mr. Hicks
thereupon drove to the district jail and
informed Guiteau of the decision.
A Female Crank.
At the Guiteau scaffold a young lady
from West Virginia exclaimed :
"Oh ! let us form the procession. This
gentleman will tell us how." The oth
ers consented, and the party having
been arranged to personate the warden
and the deputy, the minister, the con
demned and the attendants (the young
lady in question taking the.place of the
condemned), the procession, with slow
and measured steps, moved to the front
of the scaffold. The chaperon here sup
posed the party would stop, but, while
the two or three gentlemen present
seemed indifferent, the ladies urged
that the programme should be carried
The party thereupon ascended the
steps, the fair culprit remarking as she
"Oh, isn't this nice. How easy the
And reaching the platform, eager
questions were asked as to the disposi
tion of the party. The fair culprit,
having taken the place of the con
demned on the trap, asked:
"When the religious exercises are
over, what then?"
"Why, the black cap and rope," tfas
Having been shown how the rope
was fixed, the culprit said :
"Then the drop," and, throwing her
headto the right exclaimed, 'Ugh!"
New London, June 24. Edmund
Benjamin, coxswain of Columbia col
lege crew, was drowned here yester
day. Thousands of ladles cherish grateful remem
brances of the help derived from the use of LyJia
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Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Diabetes and
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A DISORDERED LIVER
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a. KTVAXt. m Planter at Bayxro Sere, Le,Mys :
My plantation la la a malarial district. For
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New Albany, Ind.
KAin tit I VAN NERVINE
Effectually cured me of spasms.
Miss Jbhhtk Wabbxm,
740 West Van Buren street, Chicago, 111.
MAMA II I TAN NERVINE
Cured our child ot firs after given up to die by our
family physician. It having over 100 In 24 hours
Hxnbt Kkxb, Vervllla, Warren county, Tenn.
Cured my son of fits, after having had 2,500 in
eighteen months. Mrs. E. Fobks.
West Portsdam, N. Y.
Cured me of epilepsy of nine years' standing.
Mraa ORLKNA MARSHALL,
Granby, Newton county, Mo.
Made a sure cure of a case of fits for my son.
E. B. Balls, Hattavllle, Kan.
Cured a friend of mine who had dyspepsia very
badly. Michael O'Cohbsb, Rldgway, Pa.
Has permanently cured me of epileptic fits.
David Tbxhblt, Des Moines, Iowa.
Cured my wife of epilepsy of 85 years standing
Qxhbt Class, Fairfield, Mich.
Cured my wife of a nervous disease of the bead
E, Graham, North Hope, Pa.
vurea my son ol fits. He has not had a fit for
bdouc iout years. n i i JOBH vavtb,
Is for sale by arnggtsia everywhere, or may be had
direct from us. Tnose who wis to obtain further
tQlTIUQ Villi UIOOBf) WMVIVDV W W v-V Arnaali.r
foreonr of our WurtraUxt Vournal Health,-
String hundred of testimonial or. cur
?. i, h. nwii ik j. mMiticlne'. and also their
picture photographed- attar- JheCr, rpawrauon u
perfect health. Address ;. , I -
w Dr. S A. iTfltf
no lollowlny scLrdiiit. are Cor.
r. ctfd by tbe KoAlroat! ofncials. and
my be Moiled on as Correct :
TRAINS GOING EAST.
Date. April 30th, 1882.
Leave Charlotte, ...
" Salisbury. ....
" High Point,...
Arrive Greensboro,. . .
Leave wreensboro,. . .
4 40 p m
tf.24 p m
7.85 p m
8.05 p m
r..f .4 a m
X . !) a m
9.30 a m
4 05 pm
r rft) p m
No. 17-Dally except Saturday,
Leave Greensboro.. .S rODm
Arrive at Ralegh,. . . V kV S
- Amye at Goldsboro.:;?: a S
R.IRtn!,"C)nJ?,efSv Greensboro' with R&D
B. R. for-all points North, East and West via nan
mlngto Goi,boro "m W' W.tte wS:
No. 53 -Connects at Sallsturv with w n r r
Moggggq D- H l Points
TRAISB SOIXft WTcqr
Date, April 80th, 1882. No. 50
. . Dally.
Leave Raleigh, hrkSIS
Arrive Durhim.:..:. Igs
Arrive Hillsboro 546 EE?
Arrive Greensboro, .05 d m
Leave Greensboro MliES
Arrive High Point, .... .. 950SS
Arrive Hailsbury,. 1 1 " la n m
Arrive CharlotS; .j.; jjggj
No. 18 -Daily except Sunday,
40 a m
10. 10 am
II 2l am
Arrive at Raleigh, ..7.10pm
Leavfe Raleigh. 8 00am
Arrive Greensboro, 815 p m
No. 50 -Connects at Charlotte with A & c Air
andewW Wk 4 and uthwS
Atheist i E- H- f0r polllts Soutn an
Southeast. ' " & fOT M P0lnt8
N. W. N. C. RAILROAD.
NO. 50 Dally.
Leave Greensboro. q ok n m
Arrive KemersvUle -f I m
Arrive Salem......... .......itls pS
NO. 62 Daily, except Sunday.
Leave Greensboro 0 ro a m
Arrive Kernersville ii qi
NO. 51 Dally, except Sunday.
Leave Salem R1B,
Arrive Kernersville ." fifin 5 S
Arrive Greensboro. 7.'ooam
Leave Salem soonm
Arrive Kernersville 40cS
Arrive Greensboro 00 p m
STATE UNIVERSITY RAILROAD.
VtW iu- 1 1 0.40 a m
Arrive University, irlo a m
Arrive Chapel Hill,.
12.10 p m
1. 00 p m
PdllmaB Sleeping Cars Witbont Cbacie
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
Washington and Charlotte via Danville.
lar-Through Tickets on sale at Crtensboro',
Ralelich, Goldsboro', Salisbury and Charlotte, aud
all principal points South, Southwest. West, North
and East. Fir Emigrant Rates to Louisiana, Tex
as, Arkansas and the Southwest, address,
General Passenger Agent
may2 Richmond, Va.
RICHMOND & DANVILLE R.R.
WOn and after April 30th, 1882, the passen
ger train service on the Atlanta 4 Charlotte Air
Line Llvlslon of this road will be as follows:
12.50 p m
1.47 P m
7.03 p m
8.30 p m
12.40 a m
Rabun Gap Junction,.
2.02 a m
7.48 a m
1 1.00 a m
Arrive Lula, X
Arrive Rabun Gap Junction,
Arrive Toccoa, F
Arrive Seneca, G
Arrive Greenville. H.
Arrive Spartanburg. K.
Arrive Gastonia, L
Arrive Charlotte, M
2.15 p m
4.51 p m
5.22 p m
5.69 p m
R.OA n m
i 6.60 a m
4.00 p m
11. -Hi p m
2.06 a m
A with arriving trains ot Georgia Central and A.
W. P Railroads.
B with arriving trains of Georgia Central, A. &
W. P. and W. 41 Railroads.
C with arriving trains of Georgia Railroad.
E with Northeastern Railroad of Georgia to and
from Athens, Ga.
F with Klberton Alr-Llne to and from Elberton.
G with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston, a C.
H with Columbia and Greenville to and from
Columbia and Charleston. 8. C.
K with Spartanburg and AshevHle, and Spartan
burg, Union and Columbia to and from Henderson
and AshevUle, and Alston and Columbia.
L with Chester and Lenoir Narrow Gauge to and
from Dallas ant Chester.
M with C . a & A, C. C R. D. and A., T. 0.
for ail points West. North and East.
Pullman sleeping-car service on trains Nos. 50
and 51 daily, without change betwten Atlanta and
Newlork., A. Pope,
" neral Passenger and Ticket Agent.
T. M. R. Talcott,
Gene al Manager.
I. Y. SAGE, Superintendent
a, 0. & A. R. K. CO
In Effect Sunday, June 4th, 1882.
Arrive Rock Hill
2.88 p m
4.85 p m
6.00 p m
0.07 P m
8 02 pro
Arrive Colu mbia,.. . . .
8. 30 am
Arrive wage Bpnng,
Arrive Granite ville, . .
Leave Charlotte, . ..
Arrive Rock Hill
Arrive Wlnnsboro, . . .
Arrive Columbia,. . . .
Arrive Lexington. . . .
Arrive Ridge Spring..
Arrive GranlteviUe,. .
5.80 p m
10 00 pm
Train No. 62. Daily-Connects at Columbia with
the 8. C. B. B. for Charleston, and with the C. A
G. R. B. for Alston, Newberry, Abbeville, Ac. At
Augusta with Central Georgia R. R for Macon,
Savannah and Floridawints.
Train No. 48, Dally-Connects at Augusta with
the Georgia R. Bv and Central Georg R.R. for
Macon. Atlanta. Savannah and Florida points.
Trains Nos. 18 and 20. local, tri-weekly, Mon
days, Wednesdays and Fridays. -
Trains from the south arrive at Charlotte, pas
senger, daily, at 5 35 p. m. Freight, dally except
Sunday, at 8.42 a. m. and 4 46 p. m.
ATLANTIC TENNESSEE A OHIO DIVISION.
Train No. 68, Daily,
Leave Charlotte. .8 00 p m
Arrive at Statesville, 1 0 05 p m
Train No. 52, Dally.
Leavex&tatesvllle,. . . . 6 00 am
Arrive at Charlotte, 8.05 am ;
Ticketo sold to all points . South, Southeast and
Southwest,- and' baggage- checked through No
lay-over allowed on local tickets. A. POPE,
T. M. B, Talcott. Genl Passenger Agent
... tien'l Manager..
Columbia, & aJune 4th, 1882.
"Inn - " I ... 1- , ,
rPRA Aa.A :. . '
QCDce under the Cantral TTrtioT s?-1?
iif?2B Pnpa attended
Bdedito.' f I
In great variety, 3ust received tth
Lot of elegant
REFRIGERATORS and ICE CHESTS.
FLY FANS AND FLY TRAPS.
CE CREAM FKEE2eKSbea,.Made
AIH.TIWBT fHUlT JAKn,
WATER COOLEB8. PORCKLAIN LINED.
Mocking Bird Cages, canary and Breeds Ca.e,
Baby Swings, etc, etc
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83 HAWKINS ST., BOSTON, MASS.
Metallurgtots, Assayers and Analytical Chemuu
GOLD and SILVER REFI NFlls.
Practical Mill-Huns of Ore100 lbs. and upwards.
REFRACTORY ORES TREATEII.
Surveys, Mine Examinations. Reports, Sketcue
and Maps made. Constructions or works
and Supplies Furnished.
The New England Smelting Worts
LEAD OH EM
COPPER MATTE AND BASE BULLION
Treated on Reasonable Terms.
THOMAS BINN8 Metallurgist.
A. H. KIDNEY, Mining Enginkkb.
JOHN HOLLIDAY prof. Chxmist
Have Just received a large supply of
In a size package
And In tact everything kept ir. a
First-Class Grocery Store.
CURES WxTfifrk OTHER
REMEDIES F AID!!
If you doubt, come to see us, and we will
or charge nothing!!!
Write for particulars, and a copy of tbe little book
) "MeBsagq.toe Unfortunate Suffering."
Ask any prominent DraggUt as to our standing
IV $1000 BEWABB will be paid to any chemist
who will find en analysis of luo bottles of b. S.
one particle of Mercury, Ioolde of Potassium,
any Mineral substanee.
SWIFT SPECIFIC Ca. Props,
Price of Small Sire,... . 8122
Larse Size. i-'
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
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