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   Aiken Tribune (Newspaper) - February 8, 1873, Aiken, South Carolina                                THE AIKEX Published Weekly atthetfollowingltates 12 One C One S STRICTLY IN LOST Thatch of palra and a patch of Breath of balm in a field of brown Tho clouds blew up and the birds flew And Hooked but who looked down 7 Who was true in the test that tried us 1 Who was it mocked Who now may mourn The IOHB of a lore that a cross denied With folded hatjdi amd a heart forlorn God fwf fair forget Tht worth of a the weight of a Who can measnte The fates beset We kugh a vrc mourn a year1 Honry Ward Beecher on Compulsatory In a recent delivered in New Henry Ward Beecher as sumed the ground that the State should provide free schools and compel all chil dren to Without endorsing all his we print the following summa ry of his which will repay a and her army was poor com pared with the army that came forth from the Gorman common and Bhe never will stand us she did before until she educates her Where education prevails bad government is difficult and good government is In proportion as a are educated youdevelopea popular and public sentiment is the sum total of the Education also in creases the wealthproducing power of the which makes it easy levy and collect large There are men in the community like they take continually and never give anything j there arc others that just give as much ae they upon an in dustrious man takes care of about Inhere were some classes that could be allowed to bo children and old but the great middle class between childhood and age ought not to be There were some that class ed women with the nonwealth producing but he Beecher thought that woman in her househould duties was the fair partner of man in the wealth ac There were young men lounging around streetcorners that pro duce less than they If these SOUTH FEBRUARY Earl of Marchmoiit AWftitin the Cowing of the Rightful HeltSavau unhthe Abiding Place of the Happy Genealogical It Was about the year 1818 that dw British Parliament reviewed the ancient title of Earl of lieneally descended from Robert the Bruce of It was then necessary to as certain who it Was among living men en titled by descendant to bear the After a careful investigation it was found that John of was the legitimate JOHN At this John The family escutcheon in thd Heralds office at Paris isla bird one wing still and the sitrgcre Tbe arms of the Hume family is a surrounded by fonr fabulous Finally the family tree of the Humo family ia now preserved in THE The first whose patronymic Was obtained his titlo by his prowess in guarding the marches of Wales dur ing the days of the March mont meansmerch The Hume family tree shows the dencent of tho family through Robert the Bruce and the Earl of HBSKT BJitor HoivSoiHcof tlio Worlds Pitlifwt Say insrs A proverb is common pithy say in Whieh more h designed than twu ally meets the Adopted alike by the learned and the it is not to considered the trifling of a school boy or ttie croaking of an old The learned among the ancieffts recorded proverbs that they might be enjoyed by their Plutarch and many others regarded tho knowledge of proverbs an hoooraWe and Ariatotlo went farther by among andraUble careful perusal Although all the great elements of thought have more or less gathered in the worlds there are periods when one or another of the great ele ments of human interest rose so that it scorned almost as if there were wavesof thought as there were waves of The earliest was the cle ment of and nations have given to that and its correlated interest all their Then came not in tie narrow but the consideration of the rights of the nature of the natureof the duties of and all that belonged to the so cial Then there had been and at periods that had dispossessed al most all other interests j not but or the philosophy of reli which sometimes had been the groundwork on which all other interests of the state had been and it might temper the almost audacity of theologians if they would but recollect how the themes that at different periods of history had supplanted all which had been looked upon as the very first upon which the world had gone out of sight and been so forgotten that they now had to be hunted fur in Uw books of In the pres ent clay the industrial political economies have occupied mens thoughts aa never and the element which was making itself the most felt was edu national for there never had been a time when the rich mans sons were not but in this day the education of all from the top to the bottom of An educated man was like a knife with forty blades j uneducated man had the right to open It meant the right to be the right to be free and that right carried with it the right of expansion or us the right to be the acorn carried with it the right to bo the As a mere matter of political economy tie whole world was demanding that peo State could be Industry re quires an atmosphere to make it valua Tho reason why manufacturers did not thrive as well at the South as in New Bngland was because in the latter the people for generations had been educated to and at the South they had The workingmen were organizing in clubs and associations to better their condition j he was heartily on the side of those men in all their efforts to improve but when they asserted that one man was as good as it de pended largely on what that other Men were free in one sense j they ought to be butthey were not free as ft matter of As to being in one sense they were equal they stood before the law equally but that did not mean that tboyd the same productive Men were not equal in that one man could do more than an that was the highest man that could do the highest for aa sure as there is a God in con tinued the no man can go down that has educated and no man Wealthy and thriving rice planter in South of belonging to the pcerge never disturbed his equi and he had gone on abasing a fortune in the cultivation of rijjjffi all aware that he was really toeiri blazon the panels of his carriage a noble and ancient coat of He en joyed the true of an Amer ican when the intelligence came to him that across the oceanan earl dom awaited it failed to fire his lat ent By carefully he learned that the estate encum bered by debts fully equalling its and therefore resolved to have nothing to do with the empty Acting on this he relinquishedall claims to the eorldoni in favor of his nest Mother and The Uoion embraces six evangelical Several of missionaries in that Mi 1SS the late SIR ABRAM HUME Sir not beins the legitimate could only bear the title of He received the and by good assisted by his own ample became immensely near was sense can pie should be and the theory ubout this was that igno rnnfc themselves are demanding The grett mass of laboring men all over tbo world are beginning to sec that the reason of their hard work and small wages is their deprivation of Great Britain is not moving for revolu is too wise for she is moving for and the question shall the State educate or shall the church shall the schools be smilar or sectarian And there was no doubt go up and stay up that has There were special reasons why America should press the of popular One was the reason of her great population spread over so vast an extent of territory that with uni versal suffrage the Government was im pcrrilled unless the people were An educated people brought from every quarter of the globe could be fused into a republic when it was a republic like broken up into but if it was a consolidated government it would not last a generation but when New Eng land kicks up she merely lifts a and when the Middle humps up that does not disturb the Border States he believes in State righto but not in State sover Therewere a great many people that did not believe in universal but it was here and we must make the best of Before this generation shall have passed said the wo men will vote in all questions of schools or whether they vote on matters of State or not j and if you allow them to once on anything you cannot stop them from voting on Laogh So upon the question of since it was certain that all the people must it was indispensable that they must know how to rote and this question of education was the most mportant of The State should fluke provision for the education of its gardener to the late Sir Abram and is now a living witness in this coun try to the family recordSir Abram Hume died John Hume died id 1841 They were first THK LIVISG At this the sole surviving son of John Hume living near very aged and By a recent treaty between Great Britain and this Americans can inherit not only property but also titles in the Brit ish This John Hume is now un doubtedly the legitimate va cant Earldom of Marchmont but a nice question lurfe whether the succession will be continued in his family after death or in of the eldest child city write that the Japanese women marvelous in their Pieraon reports the baptism of the first Japanese woman in After she had been she in Japanese Now I belong to Jesus I In China the work meets almost insur mounfcable Seven Chinese women have been received in the but access to the women of the higher classes as been utterly A great deal more could be accomplished if the missionaries only possessed suffi cient In Burmah the field is much more en Miss Higby writes that her school is One of her former Burmah pupils ig at present her In Calcutta forty teachers are instructing 800 Indian Thanks to tbe no blemindness of American a hos pital for children has been Some of the pupils can explain many passages of the Bible In Greece several schools fur girls are doing excellent The society has during the past twenty nine missionaries and eightynine native teachers and supported 111 The report of the treasurer was then was spent last year on missionary work in Mexico and other The William of spoke about the condition of Women in He said Ohristianty is the only religion which givea Woman her proper The women of India ate not but as regards social life they are almost in a condition of If a female child is born in a Hindoo family it is considered a great A Hindoo tries of Solomon compiled a OB this sub the object of which ia to show that a proverb is the interpretation of understand a and the tho words of the and their dark sayings The understanding of an adage is cot half so difficult as its proper application still there are many proverbs familiar as household the origin and real meaning which are An instance of this we in in the oft tempers the wind to the shorn quotation equally accredited to the Bible and to but belonging to having originated with Man but God Words in the hearts and mouths of all yet few are aware that Thomas Kemp is the man to whom we are indebted for Old friends are John Selden told the world sometime during fif teenth said j I love every thing thats old old eld books and old For the almighty we have to thank Washington theexpres fouad in his Creole Yil The Itones express the shortness of life in their Today morrow To east water in the im plies giving to them Who had plnnfy be which too often the charily of the They agree like the clocks of Lon If found among both the French and Italian proverbs for an instance of John a commonly to signify It was adop ted from Swifts ludicrous history of Eu under which appellation the people of England are therein Of nil the proverbs we can we know of none containing better or bringing more contentment and happiness if only than the Persian one of Never cross abridge until you como to it as Horace expressed its not to Inquire what cornorroW will bring With for one of our modern writers has told He is miserable once who feels but twice who fears it it So with Tom well at today be gay Whatever tomorrow attA The cotton factories in worth of vfhich are located in ColumbtMv The estimate is that including Chicago the lost over Iff great fires in the variottt The Finance Comnrittwof UttlM States Senate has voted Ic report ixing pound sterling be received WT9 of the The GoTtrnor of in his message to the Legbktwt whether ciyil without a unfow a j by one of the parties The American at Gen eral iaf been appointwl to the Japanese Embassy about to This is deemed atery sor and is marked this of Earl John This child was the late Ann The eldest aon of Simons is JOHN lit ME editor of a new commercial called the SouthernIndependent and located at Gav The said John Hume Simons is now in New awaiting further issues and devel opments before visiting England to vestigate the If the claim is succession will have to bo determined by the British We are informed that all the Humes in the country are willing to relinquish all claims favor of John Hume Si ANOTHStt how that question would be settled in all the State shall educate and not the There was no doubt but that education in the hands of the priests had been of great benefit to the but in the advancement of society it had come to pass that the priest was for the spiritual andA the schoolmaster for secular and the schoolmas ter had become a separate and distinct as much as that of the lawyer or the As in Great Britain so in Germany education had been part of the very idea of and it was edu cation that hud raised her to stand a head shoulders above all the Christian na tions of So Austria accepted from hor conqueror her system of com mon and alter fifty years shu will stand with more illustrious strength than ever sho So low est now of the but a little while ago the found when struck with the mailed hand of Germany to the and it was the want of knowledge among her common people that put Franco She had inoiaut not duced into whole and should see to it that education was The State ought to provide for whole population the elements of literature But that is There should be intro the schools ground work of fidelity and Some kind of industrial occasion should be Every man ouglit to know how to work with his It should teaeh the elements of of knowledge of ones the State ought to made the free schools so good that no private school could be able 10 live in their The Statement of tho Public Debt for the past month shows an increase of The payments during the month have been heavy and the receipts Tho coin balance in the treasury But another question ia likely fco the rnosi important of all When Karl John Hmne relinquished claims to title and estate in fttor of his Sir Abrain he could not will them for such is forbidden by the British The estate left by Sir Abnim Humo is of immense and nil the Marchmonts of England relatives of the are immensely This gives room for speculation as to what may be the if the claim of the American Humes is We have been credibly informedthat offers have been made to John Hume and that he has now at his con trol ample means to defray all the ex penses of prosecuting his what ever may be the Such proceed ings being instituted this ease will be a very interesting as proving what are the real international relations between this country and Groat Britain in such considers it one of the worst calamities of his life not to have a male Of ten the marriage ceremony is performed when the girl is three or four years But even if she were grown up they would not consult If the tem perament of the bride nnd bride gxooin are supposed to everything is all If a lixzard on the wall utters a certain then the marriage eon tracl will be not otherwise The wife allowed to sit with her band at but she has to cook the food flnd cat whatever he leaves on the She is entfrely under the control of her and the idea of an Indian motherinlaw sends a chill through ones If her husband diesabe be comes an outcast from her head is shaved and she is never allowed to go to nny of The not finding any love in her husbands encourages the advances of anybody who trcataher with Of course the wooicn rule as they do A Hindoo woman has her peculiar way of carrying her She runs away to her fathers house she deprives tier husband of his meals j she lies down at the so tbat her hus band has to tread on her every time he leaves or enters the Proceedings erf Womans Missionary Socfetyt in aion Was hige Where the shoe Plutarch relates in the Life of JZrnilius the story of a Roman who obtained a di yerco from his wife without any apparent cause for so Being questioned by his frieuks regarding her faults and his motives helcl out his was dressed in a new and neatfitting and asked them tflTtell the shoe pinched i Benjamin franklin gnvo us the pro God helps thetnthat help them selves j the equally familiar and true one of Three moves are iw bad as i By the reformation of the calenderby the year 1873 began on the fost of consequently ever and wherever the flKW of veokoning time wns then and there commenced on this Previous to the use of tbs Gregorian the years had different days of beginning at various times in the sume and different and occa aionJilly at the same time in the same In most countiics it began on one of the following days the 25th of the 1st of January the 25th of the day of tbe Resurrec tion of ouf In in the find so late as tho thirteenth the year began on Christmasday in the twelfth the Anglican Church commenced the year on the 25th of did also the civilians of the fourteenth This continued un til the of adoption of the new By this 5t appears that two modes of reckoning the commencement of the year have generally existed in Cheat Britain and its causing what is called the or and the HISTORICAL It has beea decided that ets shall be given at the inauguraton k The President and Cabinet will be there as invited Members of Congress and representati Will pay their way Tickets admitting gentleman and two A proposition made fa the Pennsylvania Constitutional tion on Friday that the punishment of fraud at elections be hanging by the neck until without benefit of of executive of any other benefit A man at aged has just beea married to bia wr eath who is only He has been married eight bating been married twice to sixtb ow ing to a mistake made by tbe clerk who issued the one likewise Vessels Inrcre tnay vontitrc But little boats should keep near We quote from Oliver Goldsinitn i For ihc who fights and May Hvo to fight another in gate US The last named of these has commenced on the 1st of January for a long period of B In order to as the occurrence of error by the flao of two commencements of the it One of tbe results of the fcte in Europe was that great of sardines were driven near to toe Cornish Fishermen from Ifet and Port Isaac caugbt theto witb wines to tbe number of fifty thousand and lilty tbous andto For those that tfy may fight Which lie can never do thats Still wo had the Latin by That same man that rtronth nwuie Maie again fight another Hobsona arose frcffl ODO To bias Who was the first man in Unglani that kept horses to hen customer entnc for a horse ho led him into a stable there was a great obliged him to trie one stand ing next to the nable So evcfj one Was served according to his chance Hence tho sayirtg when anything forced upon Hobsons All that glitters is not we find fnlho Merchant of Olmicer in substance the in usual to annex the date of the Historical to that of the Legal Vhcn alluding to any day between the 1st of January and the 25th of March previous to thust 10 1621 or 10 1 When double dating theuppef or first figure indicates tho and the lower or the lust the Historical The last of ihese is the year need in the present Attention lenders of fashion ne decided stand in favor of ihorfc skirta for Btteet Whether the frcth prpteit against tho plovcnlinew of long J8 meiely a return good or is caused by the fact thai the newest Parisian costumes arc short enough to oscapc the we cannot but The city physician of IB a It is said that Iika not made a single blander daring hef official career that has one hundred more patients than of herpre deceseorsin the same length of at less expenseJ and nurse as well as her among the poor has been especially bftny V of Ncif ft is about to send mes sage to the ealHng to the fact that fourteen of steamers have their landing 1ft The exports by theseJittet and the imports f for It is expected exports forjtheyear Will reach 000 and the foporta lad ta aid the currency bal ance The special deposit of legal tenders for the redemption of certificates of indebtedness and the coin arc SIMONS There is another fact in this narrative wovthy of The family of the paternal branch which John Hume Simons is de datesback to a very remote The name Simons is a corrup tion of Sb The progenitor of the family in this country was a Hugue driven out of France at the revoca tion of the Kdiot of Ho mar vied in London tho daughter of one Du also n noblemanfaudi He is said to have ucttled on Simons which lUvivcl its name The Arab awl A French a man of some was crossing a desert in called the Great in company vrith He noticed with racer tbat at certain times the whatever obstacles might put them all kneeling on the burning called on his fray aftorday and still the Aral never failed to do this j tillftt one as he arose from his the wouldbe philos opher asked with contemptuous smile How do you know there is a God Tho guide freed his eyes upon the scoffer for a moment in and then said solemnly liow do I know that a and not a pnssod iny mans Talc all which shincth as the 1 Ne is no as I have lierd it toU in Faerie famJsbcs still another variation We find alias they say that glitters is not Speech is silence is is a German full of truth and bcnu In Scottish proverbs we have J A bawbee cat may look at a king A man at five may a foal at fifteen men are twice bairtfs Blobdls thicker than water f Print heart neer won fair He tbat h born hanged will never be Ac bird itho hand is worth to be and which last we bird in a wet is worth a Imndred Ixitcr J hut last wight in the iofc by the print of his 1eet Was it ven so riot by the aaid pointing to the whose last were flashing over the londy that footprint is not of One bird in the lanJ is IrecteT Than two that in tho1 bushes Among later Snd tin as bavo an egg than a htn A KriHg dog is bettor tfiui dead England had tm enoroww fofdgft trade last the aggregate being IV The imports ware fltfMf ancl the eiporto ID both these theft Wall of increase fceing nearly two seventyeight naillions of hind at the head of conrtneteial her trade far exceeding time that of any other OH the tbecfTcctis and We are ehroniole A leading modest says her most fashianabU ciistomcrs are ordering Va4r costumes made shorter j of if ho are made Vfflg cnotfgh to trail slightly When used in thef house of cair they are invariably provided with and to shorten them when the Ixidics have found it dif ficult to shorten their skirts gracefully to prevent them from brtrtchy or from dipping between tbe but it is quite posSbte to do prcrided enough loops buttons are ST The best plan is to put the loops outside of tbe skirt a short distance be low the Instead of braid of loops use tiny squares of silk doubled or lined with in sacVk of which a buttonhole fe the extra length of the fcVnrt beyond walking UiMfcand place the button hole squares exactly tbat length below the belt at m tcrtafe of sis beginning nticldle the first side gwe akfrt The buttons tn which ihcscr are to be fastened arc wntiH moulds covered with andi sliwild be placed just be low the If these directions are fol lowed and theskirt is looped before be ing putnjin it will be found to be agrr ukirJ The India ftfbbcr tfade of tlwitetf States has ratoidlt iftcrwscd dtffing the last ten and tKe made into New Yotk awdl In i872 tho imfoftB of IndJa fnMwr York pounds in 1871 and in India robber fforti Par a and from Central America is roost eitensif ely nied fof manunictiring and cotistitnter nearly ninetenthi of the whole quantity of the rubber imported into the UaUetl 1 gave her a rose and gave her and asked then W she sent them wid shed no notion I told her 1 had ocftanr of money and goods tried to frightert her with a growi Ifttt she Answered waff notbott Iff the woods to be sctred by the screech of an s bassffge and every thing bad I slighted cc in getting her raged like a sea in a And then m a moment I turned and and called her my angel and all she fell in my arms like a wearisome and we will marry this   

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