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Aiken Tribune (Newspaper) - January 11, 1873, Aiken, South Carolina THE AIKEF AVILL BE rod Weekly at tho Polio wing Bates 12 One 6 One 3 STRICTLY IN J TWO WAYS TO Dans Vamour ity a toujours Iun qui et I attire qui tend he loves and I Belieroit ia my lund to mako Or life lies utterly Norcan Hho atiqng plea deny 1 jvo for his He sayy there no faoo 30 fair As minowhon I draw near his eyes Light up each ripplo of my hair Ho loves tho I wear He touches gcnlly where it And roses all tlie way Upon my path strewed by him His tendovness by by Keeps constant and heaps alwuys My cup of pleasure to the women in iheir spite Count mo the happiest woman To be so worshipped I delight To flaunt his homage in the sight Of and pay them scorn for I lore I think I do one must love what is so sweet He is BO tender and flo So eloquent to plead and So though kneeling at my Yet I had visions once of Girlish imaginings of A possible run oer These idle no I will this is So let him past is Thcfuture witlrits golden key Into1 hnnds I cast I shall love Ad how I lovo his love for Not as all other woman love is I dare No but in sileaoo lay My upon his i Poor its boatings arc so slow He hbiids not them passing by t Save As ijne heeds whore violets grow A caring not to know Whore the veiled purple buds may I think it is BO I bend and lean Like mother over oradlo Listening if still faint breaths avo shod Like aighs the partedlips And then with vivid pulse nnd thrill It quiokena into suddcn bliss At sound of step or nor will Be He tnows caves it is I would not lift it if I The thougl faint and Aagtow worm spark in lonely Shining where no man oalls it May some day light the path for his orsoon or Though blinding mist and falling vain And 80 content I watch and wait Let othors share his I ask to share But if when passing My should steps Should the poor heartrending Should it tell tho SOUTH JANUARY the Fronsh scientist Francis of New and Mnry Among artists who have died are the Kng lUlr sculptor Kensett Sully Ames Buchanan both painter and and Robert who in an insane The stage has Forest j Haokett Miss the greatest tragic actressin England fifteen years ago Eliza Logan McKean trage dian Sedley Smith Bougmil who died and Emil Not many eminent musicians have the onlyones wo can recall being Til the writer of church music Lowell Hanson and Henry the for mer critic of the London The pulpit has lost the Roman Catholic prelates Cardinal Amat Archbishop of Baltimore Bishop of and Very Thomas Vidar General of the Diocese of Virginia also Francis Yin rector New York Peter the eccentric Metho dist and the Henry of Reform Church at New Among the great soldiers have died are Major Generals Meade and of the regular army Lieu tenant General Ewell and Patten Ander of the Confederate army Marshal of the French who defeated the Austrians at Montebello and Field Marshal Sir George constable of the London and an East Indi an Among the Americans in life aije master General Randall exMjmster to Ingersoll Humphrey Mar of Kentucky oxSenior New Jersey of Iowa of NorthCarolina of West and of Among foreign Presidentof the Governor Gen assassinated by a religious frantic the Italian revolution ist Duke de the favorite of the Third Napoleon Sir Henry the brother of the and once British Minister at Washington Lord the late Postmaster General of and the Duke of Royalty has lost King Charles of Sweden Marshal of Spain the Archduke of Austria the Duke of Don Angel son of first Emperor of and King of the Sandwich Is Among prominent in eh in private life in this who have are David Paul of eral author of Ho wards United States Supreme Court lleprfrts James Samuel Pike Erastus Corning John Joseph who founded Penn sylvania Paran and Simeon With the single exception of all the other departments mention ed have suffeicd severe loss in their necrology than duringany other single The BlloBefiiiid the AVhcrtius the same were unequal and unjust in thier and have been repealed so far as regards said cotton tux and r in their practical have not had the cffout con templated when of imposing a the but said taxes have fallen exclusively on producers t and Wliereas no other raw agricultural products of any of the States ever bsen so even during There J3e it That shall be made of all moneys collected as taxes under and by virtue of the several acts and regulations pursu ant imposing tax on raw cotton after the proclamation of the President of the United removing all re strictions from trade throughout the several States of the United dat 3d June 13th and the 1865 and the said restitution shall b as hereafter That acommission shall be appointed by the President with advice and consent of to consist of three discreet and competent who shall have power to determine all claims and applications under the provisions of this and when found just and to payment of the sama to the persons legally their adurinistra executors or The other sectionsof the bill provide for the place of sitting of the said coin mission the rules anddetails for its conduct and The Death Boll of The year which has just closed bus been one of the most remarkable in the history of the and so for the large number of prominent who have died Journalism has 05t Horace of the New York Tribune James Gordon of the New York Maold of the New York World Edward formerly of the Richmond Examiner GeneM Ambrose of the Au gusta Georgia and Sentinel Thomas formerly editor of the Indianapolis jSenttnd Amasu editor of the Christian one of the most widely circu hted journals in the South Adolph editor of the Paris Opinion Na andTheophile the eel IltOra ebratod French turehas lost whose OMalley attained a worldwide fame j the historian of tfo Refor the Yale Gol fee whose Greek and Oriental writings are well known among scholars Sir John the Reform writer Parton Norman Me Leod whose theological writings are very and Horace the Bng1 Many great names have Wc append a portion arid synopsis of the Cotton Tax which is of es pecial interest to many of our Thisbill been twice in referred to the Committee of Ways and and ordered to be Whether it will beeome a law is uncer Its friends arc sanguine of its passage before the of the present The American Law in alluding to the says We not anticipate this its passage this but think it entirely proba ble that its object will be carried out in some form during tke termof the next However convincing arguments in its the votved ia so large that protracted delay seems to be It is entitled A Bill to refund cer tain taxes collected by the United States Government on raw cotton during the So Nice to be Every one must have noticed the great as a general thing the conduct of the young betrothed man arid the young betrothed the braver and sponger of the is utterly confused and and seeks to make asecret of the on tries to parade proud of assumes a air of proprietorship over and offers to her friends little delicate confidences to how nice it is to bi and how dreadful jealous he is if Che looksat anyone The cause of this is jusb one thing j the man is in love the girlis I have studied human I have looked into depths of made man and woman the study of u y and I aver that the girl in love is rarer than a black She simply has lor her feeling that the young mother has for her She has an anxious desire to see to him for to make sure that he is that his buttons are all and that his food is what it ought to She un derstands that he is in love with and rejoices in the The idea of losing hjs love is madness to but of hersolfshe does not understand A woman who is not and and who does not smile on who can give her fine clothes and grand oversows with the mother feeling all her She expends it on her dolls in childhood on her or her or her canary when the time on Many man w uld lose a great deal of his con ceit and vanity if he knew jusVhow the girl whom he supposed to be in love with him really wouldbe sur prised to hoar that she was not in love at all but only delightedto have some one i do in the in as In peculiarlybelong to her To carry out this institutes have been established at places to which young well as young arc one of these institutes Miss Jewsbury lectured to a class of young and recently she gave thorn the following questions to answer FirstsState the best method of us ing up bones and scraps of bread and you prefer to an earthen or a tin or iron to set in your oven or on the to stew any scraps df and that you may and advan tage of keeping such a stockpot contin ually would you lay out ten shillings in the town if you had a sick husband and four children too young to work or if you lived in the coun with a small would you lay out saven shillinsrs and pence under the same circumstances a savor and econom ical dinner for a husband and wife and five some savor and eco npmical supper for a husband coming home after a hard days would you ventilate a sick room sothat a patient would nut take a chill would you cleanse d room in whicha patient had scarlet fe ver would you make O How many young women ofthe pe riod in this country are coiilpetent to answer those questions withany degree of intelligence How many are ableto answer them all And yet they lie at the very foundation of house far as womans rights are we should be willing to allow any woman to who could answer could put them into As far as housekeeping is woman who can answer them will not long be troubled withibad n with and in a measure awak ened to the knowledge of that love whfch she will some day give her It is the best sort of and when a mans wife really loves she makes him But I think it is time that some one ws the truth should tell A Holy Coming so sojn after the visit to Rome of the Grand Duke Nich it is not unnatural that this expect ed visit of the Empress should bo con sidered to have something of a political It is well that of Russia and the Holy See have for many years been of the most tbry The Catholics of Roland have always beenmuch willing to submit to the of the Pope than to recognize the authority of the Czar Theiconsequence has been that the Russia hating as it does the semblance of an wipermm in wipciioy has steadily pursued a harsh policy towards the Catholic church in Po For sometime past there has been manifested a desire on the part of the Russian Government to conciliatethe Holy Certain bishops have been exiled their sees are now vacant and it is said that if Holy Father will comply with the wishes of the Russian Government and appoint new bishops to the vacant the Government of the Cflir will allow the exiled bishops to re turn and will make for them adequate It is understood that the mission of the Grand Duke Nicholas was undertaken view to bring about soaie such A similar pur pose is attached tothe approaching visit of the Empressof Rome and theHoly is reasonable to suppose that the Empress may be more successful than the Grand and that some under standing may be to between Russia and Rome whereby the condition of the Catholics in Russia Poland will be im It is time that persecution should cease for years and 1868 The reasons and plan of the measure ar0 explained in the preamble and first two Section of the which read as been lost to among them Professor the inventor of the Whereas largo sums of money have been collected by tho United Srates by a tax on raw cotton since the of the late civil the provisions of the internal revenue laws of the United and after two solemn the Judges of the OoDurt were equally divided iu opimon othe validity of the said sincl of the laws under good love is something to be happy the fleeting gallantry that man calls by that but a pure and high and with so much of the motherly and protecting in that I have often heard a little eighteenyearold woman say of a sixfooter of two hundred pounds and a Briaudier General to boot isnt he a cunning little sweet as sugar i Questions for The leaders of the womans rights reform in England are more practical and longsighted than their sis ters in America they are as persistent tin2 Isutor that womanshall have the rjnlu to but with this demand they the condition thut women shall The Glory of the Ill3 benefits conferred upon mankUd by the and the pleasure which attaches to his are charmingly Ralph Waldo in one of his as follows The glory of the farmer is in the division of it is his part to trade rests at laston his primitive He stands close to naturehe obtains from the earth the the bread ami the The food which wrts not he caused to The first farmer was the first and all historic nobility rests on possession and use of Men do not like hard but every has an exceptional re spect for andjhe feeling that this is the original calling of his that he himself is only excused from it bysome circumstances which delegate it for a lime for other If he has not some skill which recommends him to tho tome product forwhich the farmer will must him self return into his due place among the And the profession hasin all eyes its incident charms as standing nearest the First Then the beauty of tranquiliCy and innocence of the his inde pleasing cares of of cows the the care of of of orchards and tho reaction of these on the in giving him a like the face and manners of all men All men keep the farm in reserve as in of to hide the property solitude if they do not succeed in And who knows how many glances of remorse are turned this way from the bankrupts of from mor tified pleaders incourts or from the victims of idleness and Poisoned by town life and town the sufferers resolve my whom I have shall go back to the to be recruited and cured by that which1 should have been my and now shall be their Persecution of the Catholics In According to one of the latest cable dispatches the Empress of Russia is expected to visit Naples at an early accompanied a fleet of Russian ves selsof It is under to id that He Majesty will proceed directly to Rome and that there she will pay her respects or a to the Kin to tllQ One Square ouc cuch Liberal reductions made for eontraot Transient advertisements must bfl accompanied by the Advertisers arc requested to hand in their before noon on Friday of each HENIIY and Monograms on envelopes are said to be no longer In China they tell the time of day examining the pupil of a cats one of tha most celebrated mu sic teachers in died lately at Two of the prizes at a recent lottery were tickets to a balloon The United States worth of books from England Louisville boasts of a woman who can talk four hundred and sixteen wdrdsxin a J caw in Russia are almost ex clusively lighted by candles in preference1 to oil James Gordon will return Europe in March and marry a1 v Brooklyn The manufacture of Portlandcement is about to be commencedon an exten sive scale in Professor Tyndall willgive air the money he makes in this country Anier iean scientific Alsace has had so mild a ripe cherries are said to have been ered there during A Wonderful hail the power of Jesus Edward the author of the most inspiring and triumphant hymn English is a benefactor whose history is but tittle He was a man of great but was sustained amid many vicissitudes of life by an allvictorious He was the son of Vincent Per an English clergyman of the old who vicar of Shoreliam for fifty He the established church in early and become a Meth He was a bosom friend of Tvevt Charles whose diary men tip ri of him may be the He was one preach ers appointed under the patronage ofthe Countess of adding an ardent zeal to a sympathetic na his labors in the ministry for attended with success But Perronet was at heart an opponent of the union of churchand and at last produced an anonymous enti tled the a keen satire upon the lational hostility brought him under the displeasure of the He severed his connection with her and became pastor of a small congregation of to whom ifi preached till his whichtook place in His death was is an of sincerity of which inspiredhis rapturous His majestic faith seemed to lift hissoul above and to antedate that Coronation day when the cherubic hosts and the redeemed should Bring fourth the royal diadem And Him Lord of His dying testimony was Gloryto God in the highest of His divini ty 1 Glory to in the depth of His humanity Glory to God in His atfsufficiency I Unto His hands I commend my Spittoons for Queen A Rangoon paper states that his Maj esty the King of who signs him in a letter to her Majesty as Majestys affectionate friend and seatto England months ago six boxes of presents for the acceptance The presents are as folows Boxes water goblet made pure gold a water stand made of pure a box made of pure supposed to be the usual betel box aspitcoon made of pure Box gold dresses and a Box No 3 and such as are borne by a part of the Kings body when Box large and small royal whitein Box royal pal A process consists in dipping the meat melted ij butter and thenpack ii The of the AsheviUe Citizen agrees to take any even in payment for the John has been mitted to practice in all the courts of except tlie Supreme Mounted police were employed on s Fifth New cent to prevent The aggregate of internal revenuerer ceipts for the last ofthe y 1872 is a decrease JRr the receipts for the quarter ending cember of An noa been England for the purpose every railroad company whose any accidents and thus to them to be more Considerate of hurnan A San Francisco man uritilliG had the cramp to see lady a trapdoor inhis neve smiled when must pay five dollars The production oTiron in the United v States was more than twice as great in 1871 was in In tjie last men in v r The foundry of tjhe inNorthern out can non weigVn thirtyeight without counting the ofthe s c tho present session of Con gress there have been offered no less tjmn twentysix nmcndmcntsto the con omposed of a iirotf zinc Bfcrdngly ribbed with of 1 The French Government has forbid den the of in Department of fte with outa This region has been the headquarters of someof Insurrec tionists and the refuge of manyof the Carlist Hence the Tbe wife of a railroad employee in Atlantathrashed abar keeper for selling him treated theV master of the machine shops to a similar dose for him and took the yidual by one of his What ehe did with him has not been A man died in Indianapolis recently from the effects of theexcessive ice havbg swallowed three gaUons frozen He the mprbid cravinfor it through tha sudden break of the habit of chewing in one n A system of gardening for ladies Make your bed in the morning j sow buttons on your husbands shirt not rake up grievances protect the young and tender branches of your family plant a smile of good temper on your and carefully root out all angry feel and a good of
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