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   Aiken Tribune (Newspaper) - February 15, 1873, Aiken, South Carolina                                THE AIKJSN XRIBVAE KKXRY Editor mI i SOUTH OUT OF THE JJKPTILS attfceFollowing Onw 12 One 6 One 8 Single STRICTLY IN A I lightly male ez a And smiled with To a alined aigh Beneath my nonchalant I girt a To keop forerer and a You promised in a single hour Forgotten on floor it And wont your frtrgotton And you nteVer think HowTftdUnt wna the hour we retains no flowery link To bind you to your promiJo I think you cannot quite e concealed hw griefs so well that for a while siftor death his counte nance did not betray them but least to my stood The firrft emotions one could see other things besides the On crossing from lin shoulder to tho was the wide red ribbon of the Legion of andabove and be low it were the star of that the ss of tho chevalier of tho same cross next Nearly all and pass ed to knoil und Then came go n oral body of EMINENT YOUTO ell in English A dainty parfuine stir the Wnfted across by Westward As if the pnnains blossomed thcro I ono ia my Sometimes a touch upon your arm a hand that Uy so light A voice floats in upon the Some ntarrycrowucd Italian Or rrbispors down an Alpine Uio or poem musing You a shadowy blush jvnd aa You roadJlie happy thought that lies Within thc luminous brown TThow tht tho hand the You tell you only know A phantom lurks in every With purplo golden phautQm of a long My poor diad pansy that you That should have boon your very own haunts you like a With visiona of a face Echoes of a forgotten purplo Nemosid Come not To haunt with gloomy shade his dreams But bring a tender thought Of me on yellow sunset To light h pnlh with golden Purple and gold I princely Their hidden meaning doattUou we Sorrow enshrining I The Tho purplo shade for The golden sunshine all for thca tho military modal aud medal of Thoinsignia of the Order of the conferred on him by Queen were on the of the body bis sword laid on the right j kopi was at his He was dressed in tho full uniform which he had worn at with the golden epaulettes of his military His hands were and a pair of white gloves was hold between Directly behind his head stood a magnificent golden with a burning candle at each and thoro knalt two the Abbess Metaire and4 Two other Father of and Consignor knelt at tho foot of the At the four corners of tho bier stood the Prince do General and Count The whole of the room was covered with black relieved only by the ini porUI crown and the cipher N worked in At each side of the bier was a silver with eight and four each bearing can dle tour feet At the of the coffin a hoap of wreaths of immor and on tho feet of tho body laid a wreath of with the letter N m the On the left hand of the then othera who had admittad with in the gates before twelve and amonthem wore many English men and women of Nccdlosa to say tlwt all were chid in deep mournin Of the late Emperors household there were General Duo do Due de Prince de la Count Count Emperors secre General General de General General Lo Baron de Due do Tar rant ami Viscount From the ate and Corps wore de Sen not until an hour of tho removal was the lid When this last ceremony had been the returned to the drawing the chapclle ardente was more given to tho riests and their silent The Jitlies of the Iaiapsoo Perils tho Chftrleston of up Some time the Express down from her apartments at tho top of the and remained at tho sideof tho coffin for considerably more than as the moment for its moval from the house drew it quired the persuasion of the medical visers to make her return to hornpirt THK which been an ad the slowly approached the drawn by eight und arrived in front of door at exactly at a quarter past Count La Count Lo Mat do Viscount Count de Baron de Baron de Karon de Bourgo Baron Commandant Marquis de Lagrange and Marquis de Casto1Ba Among the ladies were Harflchale Countess Countess de la Countess de la Viscountess and many Of ministers who had done service under the Empire were Maurice Marshal the Emperor one flaw two plain gold Ono is hisown the other is the weddidgririg of the first In the Emperor wore a which tho Empress has now removed and she is now It U the wcddinsring of his Due MurquU Chas Admiral Ilisault de Ge Foroado de la Barrot and Baron Jerome David and Grandpa rot the ombassadors being represented by Count Bonedetti and Count THE EXIT NAPOLEON STATS Gamdon The Tnltoriesat Yisit of the Prince of Wales and Why he dirt not Attend the Correspondence of tho New York January wberc the exEmperor of tho Froneh some dozjn miles from upland Kentish see where valleys and woodorawnod hiiU The road from the railway statipn by villa undo bouses arc and of Bomawlut opulent Houao ia an ordinary cjuntry very hirga not at all hmdaome irregular in an arrangement j built of light and dark What is called the or the is a gquare perhaps thtrtyfivo fest ttich It w lighted by a skyHght in tho roof on iw right and left arc thodi ning and drawing rooms and on the side wide leadd to a gallery from which eatrWo obtained totho second In this directly under the the body of the Emperor Ins been the whole aspect of tho 3 has been BO changed since I last it that I scarcely knew It had boen coo mortuary The front door had btjon and you entered by a side door at the As you stood at this door you saw before wbatsetrroed to bo a long black tube the passage before you was and covered with deadblack At the end of those black hang ings parted into great looped and beyond these two curtains you resting in the centre of an enclosed curtained at back aud Hides with heavy black cloth reaching cbo roof to tbo tho body of THE DEAD His taco was pitifully Perhaps the process of embalmingand the sequencesof the postmortem exam ination had helped to oauso this change j but it BtarfcHng and painful in the The chocks wero stinkonj groat caverns of a ghastly hue were be neath tbo eyes tbo cyos themselves had almost disappeared j the whole counte e was pinched and wasted THE PRINCE OF before I had been admitted to tho scene which I have BO lamely de there had occurred a notable to tbo imperialists here and in France j displeasing alike to tho Republicans and tho Orlcanista The Princo of accompanied by tbo Puke had come to pay their homage to the dead and to of fer consolation and sympathy to the Jiv A curious story had got about that the Prince of Wales had desired and had expressed his iuteivtioiv to Vterrd the funeral that the cabinet had interfered and protested against this on the ground that it would offend tho French Republican Government and that the in a had off to Sand leaving behind him a private note to tho informing her of the reason of his and express iu very plain his sense of the restraint that bul been placed upon It seems that the cabinet taken a second and had hit upon a The Prince was to be psrontted to pay the corpse of the Umjwror lying iu but lie was tfot to rtttoircHlvo A dw pateh was sent to the Prince at he started aud by all night in a special train ar rived in Thfff Prince Imperial had paasal the rtigbt at tin house of Count near 0imden House j and tho first thing to bo dno WM to bring him Caraden House to receive the Priace1 of And now noon had arrived and tho immense mass of men and women who for hours have been standing outride tho their numbers constantly augment ed by new arrivals by in stnd an is to be But how The police arrangements or dis arrangements wero simply It would have bacn tho easiest possible to have made the people and to hate admitted them in i continuous Bat ibc English po lice mind is It allowed thirl thousand people to mass a donso orowd dose against tl then those were oporfiftl anil i or so of the ttrongost were allowed to euter then the were closed About two oclock the pressuro principal gates became very there could not haveboon at ti fewer thantwentyfive thousand totwca tyeight thousand people waiting their turn of fourth of number being packed fiktf in a barrel close in front of the gates At four oclock there were still three or four thousand persons around the two upper and great was the thin form liundrc at tho md tune who acted as master of cere requested the gentlemen asjjem jled in the hall to take up their position n the vestibule and tlui chief tho prince was about o be The who aiucd in her had Kent prom tho ClnirUnton January The wrecking lighter of Professor which was engageil in1 remov ing tlio wreck of tho monitor Patapsoo its position between Forts Sumtcr und crime up to th city day or two ago to discharge a load of iron blast ed from that The iron comprise ii heterogeneous collection of oa thins huge One of the striking pieces is a section of the which measures abott tnu feet in one direction by five feet in an and is twelve inches It is aoinposedof twelve inch thick each riveted It bears many indentations by Confederate Another very striking piece is a frasnnent of the consistini of a OUR COTTON StAtlsUw of the MannfaclHrc iu We arc indebted to B F ood JcgiBlatof of bo highest authority on stiitistioa of dotton for csti mates of tlie spinning and the consumption of tho eottoti mills of the United bourse desires it to be undewlood that his figures are only though upon which warrant their being regarded na a very clone approximationto Nourse ruinwrks Thfy the statin and tho further we got from any actual the i room ia there for Nona of na and the staircase load all dressed in ncasagcsto praying nfurmedof the arrival of her second somo directions about hecarrying of the immortelle wreaths hat wero suspended on the walls ofj the nnd deposited at the foot ofj the There worrf several ladies of the impresss household on ing to the upper stories deepest and frequently jobbing as they waited for tVe arrival of the young whose appearance would be the signal for the commencement of THE LAST Tho Prince actfompftiriod by Princes Lucion and and the Princes Aohillc and Charles hid in the meantime left Camden in two close carriages for tho res idence of Count At utes to eleven tho carrUge returned ant drove by a back way to the lawn at tht end fromwhich they en tered tho drawing room by one th open and prooeodad after souu moments to the vestibule curtain being licld tho Princ3 knelt for a few1 momenta at the foot of the coffin the Abbe do ind the Alvba Al monier de stepped and commenced the short young why in a plain with it announced that Prince Murat had given orders for the admission of the public until ovary die had had an opportunity of seeing tho last of the But before that Lime thousand had given up the attempt in All at least was over the gates were finally and the dark mgbt settled in silence otor tho the sxsh of theLugijn of Honor across his autl a blaek cloth mantel thrown across his He was and his dulicatc plainly showing the IIACOS of litto suffering remarkably wlm and ciotn s sit VICE previous to the removal of the though was indescribably imprMS The low tones of the read by the still oak vbout five feet thick and ovored with sixinchei of iron shoath The fate of tho Patapsco is a forci ble illustration of tho consequences of u She was iient up every light tu do picket duty between Wrta Siimtcr and Her luelad heconsidered a put down a buoy to nark tho Tho ob icrved the the1 fact Patapsco returned regularly ovary night to the same and one day they tui ohorcd a powerful torpedo a little below the The monitor cams up night as struck the which sinking and causing the loss of all on Professor Maillefert has a curious and interesting collection of surgical ship utensils and numerous other taken from tho various monitor wrecks around Charleston Wifl regardto the human be has from the United States government b make whenever th quantity is sufficiently to bur them the walls of Fort Moultrie The prcfeioi of vrrecking ia not With out perils of a stsirtling as ia at tested by one of the divers in the pro who waa receirtly em braced and narrowly escaped being car ried off by a huge devil The same Jivcr he is ofbn approacfiud by huge sometinicjs five or six at a which appear to regard him HS a physical after looking and him fur a suddenly 0 dart away as if We jitno their not attacking him to the fact thafhw diving coskumw andapparatus fur securing a supply of air hiui an odd and rather The divers sUUnnente arc all Mr csti penal PiiM IX wknwiwd the 100 cnrdinals dbrwg W p A new kind of having a natural successfully raiacd In n fiid fUnior iangwri btcoJjiin of RM intentioii on the7 part 1U fin Grant to to ttl i ny can befar thougV he great fire I lost all my brary including tho Bulletins Annual if 1872 and cannot avail myself of natter I hud for verifying this sort of The following are Nourse s rulnting consumption and number of spindles the figures ap ply to the calendar year Kstimnted consumption of cotton in the United States for the calendar years i nu o In the At the close of 1872 the Southern as then stated The BTangcUcnl circular in New Y Uans against the errors pf iti from A recent civiciibtwit principal Eiirtpeau that Engltah lions of persons Spanishby fifty fife aud French by was unc FaHhcr of the increnae of spinning machinery showed that it should have least and the correction is msde in the above Estimated number of cotton spindles in the United States T i 1 T ITOv i o 4 1Q71 Deccnfber December 1872 These figures show an important in crease in lie productive capacity of ouf the gain of tS2 upon the preced ing year being or 8i and compared with OHO nOOsinndlca ov 15 per The numbers frombfonc round Cheg Which wises during Cnaes of to be apcodtly c colord held a caUitia and1 of inlaid and ayoipatlvy to the A mass meetin to consumption of United States at upinsf bales in an increase of or 14 per As the nr niucapacity during tbo year k per while the increased corfsump tioo of cotton is 14 per it follows that the sotiw inacbwery of tlW country has been more actively employed in 1872 thttii during the preceding which affords another evidence of the general prosperity of business during thepast About of tim fek Of IqcomotivcgoftthisJ c less than SCTCS Jay The1 by ihy ccived from London tioiwto the pn the of A is motisurad by he rotft were room THK LAST Then the princes of the house of you ono by entered the mor tuary chamber and took their last look at tho dead onvpcror and then it was the turn of tho Prince Imperial himselfto bid his last farewell to his At tired in and wearing the cordon of the Legion of and his Imperial as ho into the im nance more painful to tho placid look which the face had worn whoti I saw it on had succeeded au mexprosai pressed all who loofced upon one although ddeplystriefccn with lad yet a full consciousnes of the duties vhich now devolved1 Follow ed by all tho members of the court pres ent ho approached the and kneel ing in front of tho rcnsainccT gome rcinretos in was no ceremony of any kiofc j neither the pritaia nor tlwsc in attindaneo upon cho body moved or in any way noticed the presence ojf tho Finally his im perial highness rose and repaired to the embracing her he spoke a few encouraging immediately afterwards he returned to Count Clarys romaming there throughout tho rest of the with a fovc of his moat intimate friends and Frincuss Princess tUeemprosds devoted and many other whose looked in thiir TUB CIiOSINO th2 profVwor and hll on bMrd j tjon tho earth upon its Lhe diver ia acolnrod ftfavcnt owing to the eilipticity of CHUSCSJ but a moan solar recorded by is twentyfour of THK The curtaiu had again been uid the cliapelle ardouto was given up for about two hours to the silent prayers of the attending At eleven ooloek Iho gentlemenwho had mounted guard by the side of the coffin during the and those in virtue of their had directed the cmbled in the small and silently to the chapellc Thesmall party ranged themselves on both sides and at the foot of tho coffin us well as the limited space would There were present the Due the Due de the Oomte ConUe d1 Gun noau and Abba tuoci and dJSspculh At the head stood the Princes Lucicn and Charles Bona rod Abbes Laire and The two latter then read the prayers for the whereupon llooher pro ceeded to make out the processverbal of tho actual state in which the Emperor reposed before the leaden coffin was fi soldered down The process having that broke with it subdued fervor from tho grotty of mounters Tiro voice of the of ficiating priest slightly rose and fell thc1 ear with the tremulous sound of humble and earnest There was a sudden bvofccn only by the low and then with alow incline of the head thti Prinoo movod once more to the drawingroom at the back of the fnllowod by the princes with whom he Tho six then stepped forward rfnd placed them selves three on each sick of The wreaths of immonollua mid violets had been brought out previously und handed to those who had form ad the smaller circle of THE Amidst the most intense silence the Abbe Lairc stepped bearing the gel den and followed by his col Attired in the full dress of their Tlieiv came the and A recent nnuioer of Popultr Sd cnn Monthly contains aiv artjclo which foreshadows the fate which will overtake the great cataract the ef forts of nature ov of iffaiiv it wotfld thff fulls we dfooni Natural act so though in this that tens of thousands of ycnra must elapse before this of destruction of Niagsra id but artificial rtrewrw may effect sumo object in a fnr shorter Already uiun has ex An Astronomical Day commences at and iscourftec from tbe Brat to tfate twentyfuurth A Civil monces at and is from the to the twelfth when it is retJCMiuted again from thu first to the twelfth A Nautical Day us counted us a Civil btft like an Astronoiuioal ffont nooijq A Calendar Mouth varies in length from 23 to Menu Lunar Month is 29 12 41 A Year u dividediirtoJWvi Qovef 4 to his usual his librarj Jotcrrtor s n The who brought ertcd his power the cataract to such whifjh jg tiiie ocou an extent tho learnad gun p hlve now Chinsse tutor The during the prMootyeRr turn to mentof re professor who wrote the evorj r minute diverts to his uses fifty thousand cubic feet of water which this a mere drop inthe bucket compared withthe ninetyeight hundred cubic miles of wa half the fresh Water on the summer two belong to plunges over Niag ara been ninde ouo with the utmost even in what might was read out by Rouhor by tho witnoBBCS Two of the measured step of six bearing off their shoulders the coffin now first exposed to full henit had been ia the was loaded with the pall was thrown over and Piotri went toiD fomi those waiting in the drawingrooms that everything was Im mediately the Prince advanced followed by the six of the fami ly already mentioned tho rest of dis assembly flocking out of the door without any regard to as it understood that the procession wasto bo formed in tirebroad The Urge assembly which had been patiently wafting to move on for hour followed with measured every one as a mat ter of course being and pre assistants their lifted the heavy which WM gently adjusted i sic strict Ina few mm falls at the rnte of eighteen million cubic feet v it is capable of indefinite in The volume of water now changed from tho course of the citftfaet by human agency inbapproeiable in in by fluencing itfl character or but of tha power it plainly foreshadows the future of falls When the acres bordering on the r lakes aro fu subjected to human when the forests are arxl the fields these great aheota of water will farniah highways to the Tbit there will before many years be a from lake if the Illiuoia to bear ships ladea from European marts ther from lako Krw to lake On and ano as tho writer Inthis way the rivjr will cense to gve likely floods of Ni runducr anJiinprcssivoucss tothe Then will then bo run over th mere straggling stream tr precipice whoro iites tho upon the last of QOW the preci and Camden House had lost its by huma ernal Equinox tj consists of soUr or 365 5 A GreSori Chinese The npcrt frtftt H is the of wagon tlwt cotno tpj The man who hohfr the ladder at the bottom is frequently of more service he who is stationed at the top of tlirfte and ootzatipnSocietys May wfll be Hkeri The turtle tfrougTv brought in at the back takeaUo head of the Jitter be the cat in the philanthro than the muttonpie at kings The Learned pig does not Mff tciS iu a True like the pearls iiwulcOf an is content to remain quiet un til it finds an gorac importantmoTemtuti Hsoonbcordered of which tti trom the the Beater forcJes o anil require tint nearly allthe will be pardoned within A and particularly ignorant iThe KuKlus s of of   

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