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   Aiken Tribune (Newspaper) - February 22, 1873, Aiken, South Carolina                                ATKEW Published Weekly at the Following Kates One 12 months One G months One 3 75 Single 5 STRICTLY IN One Square one cnch figgf Liberal feduc lions made for conlrac TransientftdVeHisements must accompanied SOUTH FEBRUARY BY Out of the folda of her glorious hair She as ho a thornlesa Andortsr his whilst standing thero Wholly bow itched by hor charming She pinned it Little he AB he bivle her Scarce knowing whether to smile to That under the concealed from She had planteda thatWould him through After tlie rose should Not of the stalk was the subtle sting That had been easy enough to bear But thu stole from trader tho treacherous wing Of a that he dreamed would bring With it a great A love that was bora of the sweet surprise He felt with dainty and marvellous She fastened the rose on his and her For Charles of Georgia For David of of the Supreme Court Not counted Georgia 17 OF Bright as the sentinel stars of tho Flashed into his Fled have the and gone is tho maid Deads the but the sting and the fret Of the thorn still rankle in him who has paid The tax on which is justly laid By coquette 1 THE PBESIDEKTIAL ELECTION AflD ITS OFFICIAL the twelfth day of the votes of the electors of the different for President and VicePresident of United for four years from the fourth day of March were officially and Of the ttrirtyaeven common wealths of thU Ulysses of and Henry of Mas received the votes of tiremfcy nine of the Of the remaining eight of the the votes of the States of to and that of amounting 4o were cast The Senate passed a resolution u that the electoral vote of the State of Arkansas as be The House refused to The result that in aceordhnoe1 with the provisions of the Twenfiysecvmd Joint question shnll be decided and no vote objec ted Shall be except by the concurrent votes of the two the voie of Arkansas was In ike Louisiana both concurred in Sbatt no electo ral vote pnrpoting tobc that of tott State of Louisiana be In botb there wore two diflerent set of electors and fcoth were In all honesty and in bothiSfctiesV the rotes were adverse to Grant and WilsonThey wetey laid Of bevel even The votes pgainst Henry of for VicePresident the States of Arkansas and Louisiana still not being counted were for Grata of Missouri 6 8 8 6 For of Georgia For of Indiana For Thomas of Kentucky For John of Illinois For of Massachusetts For Groesbeck of Ohio For of Kentucky On the joint committee on the part of the two Houses of Con gress appointed to officially notify the President of the of the counting of the electoral colleges of the several States of the called at the Execu tive Mansion and presented the Presi dent the following letter have been appointed a mittee by the Senate and House of Rep resentativsefl to notify you that on Wed ttfe 12th the Vicepresi acting as President of the in ths presence of both opened the several States for President and VicePresident of the United By the count it was ascertained and de clared that you were duly elected Presi dent for the term of four from and after the fourth day of In performing this official duty wo take occasion tender you our hearty con gratulations for the military services you have had the good fortune to render to the United and to express our confident hope that you Administration during the term for which you are now elected will promote the honor and ity of alHhe people of the United A Very Curious and Interesting Record Worth PreservingrColloinifil Changes Wild Work Made with Original Most and women desire or Yet a great name may become shortened to from whence comes the word signi fying cheap and It is said that images of the saint were so much over dressed by her that they thus unconsciously furnished the English language with this expressive And further endorsement was given to the word by fairs held on Etheldras at which articles of female finery were Another sainted who lived in the same the Seven gives a household name to the Tabby is said to come from Two towns in England are named in her but come from the corrupted as some few people is Butolphs and there is in the American as well as the English street named lifter the Among the most curious derivations is the Turkish name of The colloquial phrase among the to designate the place Was eis ten to the Of this the Turks made and In an produce Eng lish words in Turkish a kish scholar could get no nearer to scoundrel than The transformation in this case is as curious as pronounced from ten from the Latin would seem to present at first glance little resemblance to the origi The process of change in common Sir Giles Overreach in Massingers as no man cvor played it He resolved to give years of indefatiga ble industry in preparing himself for the andto devote his whole intellect to a proper conception of the In the whole range of English dramatic lit erature the character of Sir Giles is es timated one of the greatest pieces of effective villainy and untamable passion ever and Edmund1 Kean to himself the task of producing on the London stage all the effect which the au thor With what intensity he studied the and how he flung with a kind of into the feeling of the all his biographers have His wife said that he would remain up all before the endeavoring to fealize by modulation and the conception at which he had At after Repeated refusals tp the management to appear as Sir ing he was ready and must still give more time to the he con sen ted to have the play as now he felt he could doit justice And what was the effect of all this hard work and unceasing study of the part For tunately we know all about nithough Kean played it on that memorable eve more than fifty years It was one of the grandest effects dVcr wit nessed on the English We have accounts from various eyewitnesses of the sensation and the presen tation of this character when fully ripe for the came prosperity of votes Georgia cast eight for Presi T to death of Grceley after the popular but before the Electoral College induced sary of and prevented any being cast for any partic ular The result shewed the election of Chant and and each elector the absolved by the deatBo of Gteeley front obliga tion which would otherwise hare been imposed upon scattered his vote upon his individual As we have three of the electors of Uoorgia no vote for President at The without respect to sectional or party With muoh JOHN On tho part of tho JAMES On tho part of House of Bepresenta To Ulysses President of the United The President replied as follows I sincerely appreciate this renewed evi dence of Balisfuction with my adminis TVhen I was elected four years ago there was less regard for party In the last campaign political differences or personal hostilities more clearly de total number of the electoral votesof tho1 different three hundred and General Grant and Henry Wifeon reoeivedj as Preiident and YtoaPreaident of the United two andjeightysiatj asfollows Iowa Kansa Maine Hampshire New out e 8 Z North Ohio 5 South Vermont Virginia West Virginia usetts 13 s 11 5 8 6 yotea against General Of ant far fined tfre lines of party but notwith standing this I shall continue to endeavor to make my administration of the eminent one which will meet not only the approval of the great party which elected but as well of all the people of the United SENATOR WIIAONr I The committee tften called on the Horn Henvy Wilson and read to him a letter informing him of hiselectionas of theUnited and as foilbws We take this while par for in ing this official to congratulate you on the high honor conferred upon you by the of the United You have long been identified witlr the legislative branch of the Government during a periodof unexampled Wo are sure wo state the universal feel ihgofTfehe respective Houses to which we belong when we assure you of their sin cere respect and hearty good usage was something as follows Jtfbora This is almost equal to the derivation of the name of pickle from Jeremiah Jerry But colloquial changes are not always to be They mean The common a game leg for a iamo would at first seem to be making game of A The true word isf old meaning defective We have Oambridgcs in great numbers in the United places where there is neither at a Every maohinest knows that a cam is the name to a piece of machinery which causes an eccentric mo The river Cam is a crooked Names of places in this country are meaningless in their except as in the cases of dd showing where the first settlors came like Chester and There are ninny but those who thek lettersjfo tbose towns cfo it without consci ousness that they arc noting the fact that the respected ancestors of some of us were and lived in the original name of Not sigtrftedr tlie home upon the stage as Sir Giles j and of the triumphs of that wonderful eve ning in at Drury are well It was observed that wbea lie first walked in from the wings there was that in his burning eye which betokened greater determination than and Lord who wis in a stage to the poet that some thing dreadful was Written on the great actors more suggestiveof power than ho had ever Never till in the history of the was there wit nessed such an exhibition of furcefal Throughout the whole play bore himsetf like a it was reserved for thclast to an impression which existed during theilifotiine of all who were Tho groat uctor hitn THE The Proposed Introduction of Foreign Mechanics and Laborers into Georgia And South From lie Charleston Mention has already been made in The News of the superintend ent of the Labor Cooperative and Im provement Association of New York who accompanied the Charleston delegation to the Augusta and who was afterwards appointed a member of the committee on direct trade and Papin has re turned to this and is now staying at the Charleston His object in vis iting the South is to determine suitable locations for colonies of skilled laborers withoiffe regard to His mode of procedure is as follows Having se lected an advantageous he car ries for five hundred working people experienced in working a each of whom has previ ously contributed from one hundred dol lars to three hundred dollars to a capital Several capitalists having also been a cooperafcive association is and the having contributed their quota of receive in return an equivalent amount of issued by the wliile to each laborer issued stock representing the amount of money he has A factory is then erected by the associa with cottages for the accomodation of the The laborers according to their degree of a sta le ind nucd not be Many of them were received with and attained to a high rank in the esti mation of the reading As a dramatic writer he enjoyed a good repu and his plays to this day hold their own on the British and American Of these The Lady of Lyons is best but Ilichelieu and the comedy of Money are very frequently No writer in his day has per haps been more read on the continent of Europe than his various vvorks having been translated in all the living languages while in America he had and still has a wide eircle of appreciative Bulwer succeeded in 1844 to the Knebsworth estates of his and byjroyal his sir name of Bulwer for by which he was subsequently He entered Parliament in 1831 as member for and was created a baronet in In he became a member of the Derby as succes sor of Lord Stanley in the office of Sec retary of State furthe He Advertisers are requested to hand In their favors before on Friday of each Edit or and mi The franking now doomed to go out of existence on the first day of noxt was born January and is consequently in its eightysecond The post mortem examination of Gearys body leads to his name must be added to the Jong list of public men who have worked them selves to A wise old gentleman who fcll about on retiring from gave the following sage advice to successor Common is valuable in all kinds of self shook like a strong in the of the dwellers caVea am antiqua rian examinations have found traces of the residences of these cave Such are a few of the curious transfor mations to which words and names were wMIeaeyet peoplewere unmble to The sound1 changed tlie1 or and thus nearly every trace of the orlgnal disappeared in the course of If the world were in like condi tion with no and news papers tio tne correct wild1 work might be made even with prominent Feldelfy would hardly be recognized by could he Bawfrmor would be a puzzle to Two other leading when mentioned to1 have in the sound of their a distinction as to New York and the latter loses a syllable in the second word to tho enrichment of the whirlwind of his passionate Vengeance as displayed in the1 closing sentences of the and when he was removed from the his face turned to the specta tors was that Byror was seized with a convulsive and full pale as death The solemn stillness of the house was broken by screams of boxes and gallery the pit aw actress of long experience and great fainted outright on the stage who was also playing in the stag gered toa chair and wept irfoufJ at the of Indiana 8 Mary land 8 For Gratz of Missouri Georgia 6 Kentucky 4 Missouri 8 18 SENATORS thanked tho committee for their for their assurance of the good will of both Houses of He gratefully ac cepted the high trust confided to him by the people of the United and said he should strive to discharge the duties of the position assigned with fidel ity nndi He thehppe that the four years be qoDseorated by those entrusted with power to the unityr of and that tlwse everyidepartment of the Gov ernment might retire at thodosaof tbeir official career with the consciousness of duties well and with the approval of their A Great Actors Greateffects upon the stage are pro duced only by great When Charlotte Cushman plays the part of Meg MerilieSj and Jfefierson enacts the character of KipVan Winkle and Sothern enacts Lord our de light and satisfaction are the result of a profound and untiring application of the actor to UIQ study of the art nneTnOman or woman can told audience for a lifetime without that preparation which great artistsgive to There so terribly earnestwith the study of his profession11 bemadea markon his generation Hb was man with a voice naturally but he when to play the part of lfte personal ight of Kceruvs7agony and a veteran on who played the part of stood so trans fixed with astonishment and terror that heliad to be carried off by main force fromKite his eyes riveted on iCeans convulsed and awful The actor that night was master of the and profonnd and earnest study gave him the clue to his great achieve A SmallPox The1 following statement of a corre spondent of the Stockton Gill Herald has been going the roundaof ptipers An exCalifornian says he hasscon it tested with entire We repro duce for what it is worth I herewith recipe which has usedto my tnowledge in liutodrcds of Ifc will prevent or cure the smallpox though the pitting arc When Jenner discovered cowpox in En tho world of science hurled an av alanche of fame upon his head but whcntlie most scientificschool of inedi cineih the of lished this receipt as a panacea for small poXj it passed It is as un failing as and conquers inevery in It is harmless when takenby a well It will also cure scarletfe ver hero it is as I have used1 it tocure When learned physicians patient it cured Sul one grain digitalis one grain half a toaibpaonful of mix with two tablespoonsful of When thoroughly add four ounces of Take a spoonful every For n child smaller according to Either disease will disappear in twelve If comities would1 com pel their phjTsieiansto use woulcllite noneedof pest If you valueadvice and use this for that terrible TieChelsea Public snys four or the disease havo by tho above remedy in lawn ted weekly or monthly salary to enable them to and at the end of the year the expenses of tho association being the profits are distributed to the both laborers and capital according to the amount of stock held by In the South Papin proposes to establish around each factory a commu nity of practical agriculturists upon the same general None but ried men or members of faonlies are al lowed to join the laborbranch of the as and each of the com munity is required to sign an on entering tho that no sale1 of spirituous liquors will be allowed in the In connection with the es tablishment of colonies Papin propo ses to establish a general banking association or financial which will manage tho financial afivirs of the Branches this banking institution will be established in Charles Savannah and other South ern where the lofcal capitalists as far as be induced to be come interested in the Papincontemplates immediately estab lishing a colony on the above plan at where a1 cottoiTfactory is al ready In the vicinity of Charleston either upon the Neck or or at Mount he will proceedto es without colony of shoe was shortly afterward elevated to the andtook his seat in the House of The later years of his life have not been marked by any brilliant but he has always been a distinguished states man and It is as a that ho will be chiefly remem and his name down to posterity as of the most famous writers which the nineteenth cen tury has In the year 1872 there were exported from the Kingdom 576 yards of piece This gives an averajpjof miles of ton sent abroad every day In the i Spontaneous which bugmakera and truck willcomprise from hundred and fifty to three hundredfam The and other buildings necessary for the accom modationof tjhese1 families will constitute a handsome and important improvement to the suburbs of while the money and labor which they will bring intothe city cannot fail tocontribute materially toits In this movement good wishes and support of a number of influential Cliarlestonians Papin further soonas suitable arrangements have boonuuide wiDh influential Southern to friends of his in for the introduction of immigrants from that country into andfor the establishment of I a steamship Hue betwecuNanfcs on tho Loire and Both of these latter results he asserts confidently that he canjiccoin he is only seconded the AH Eventful Among the many strange beliefs to which the modern novel has thus given there ia no one better fitted to the purposes of the sensation writer than the belief in the spontaneous combustion of human Herman in his story of gets rid of an obnoxious thismode of deatl and in Bleak has rendered the horrible case Krook criticised for lending credit to the and defended himself by plausibly citing several au It will be the purpose of this paper to examine someUhe bring forward several uf the alleged cases of human spontaneous and show howthe matter really The materials for this work are Nearly every treatise upon medical juris prudence contains a chapter this as recently as no less person than Baron Liebig was epgnged as an expert in a case of this the supposition which is popu entertained is this that certain addicted to the excessive use of have bcea known to consume with an inward quickspread ing and soon left its victims moreheaps of Writers upon temperance have accordingly found this supposition a good field for the dis play of their for the de duction of solemn and terrible We find of such cases Devergie in his work on Mede cine having recorded twenty of Of about twothirds oc currred before the beginning of cnt the earliest1 beingdated however mentions one yet which took place at Lyons in It is said that Henry Ward Beecher earns salary from his salary as nominal tor of thd Union arid additional income from the New York Ledger and hia occasional Kentucky has not yet concluded to ac cept the changed condition of or else the people of that State have forgot ten the passage of the fifteenth amend ment to the of the TJnitec At a recent election at Lexing ton the eight Democratic judges refused to receive j colored and conse i said judges find themselves under arrest for violating United States Gold is found in no Icsa than thirteen States of the in Virgin Carolina anS South Caroling gob a n d Duringthti tat twentyfour years California has produced the immense in value of tlie precious l T The San Francisco Bulletin promises remunerative rates of freight ibr t wtieat i c r lj i from that port to England 1873 and tho first four months of It says that California carries over an im mense surplus of the crop of that the recent abundant anHt the weather almost that the crop of 1873 fox ceed that 1S72 by about twentyfire per The latest statistics of the battles and Sedan have Insthe Aus trians and Saxons were engaged against andin all men were killed y in the French contended Ger mans andat Sedan there were Frenlicmeni against These are the figures as given by a Geiv Curious Among the inventions for1 whibhpat ents have recently been obtained1 in the United Statesare the A dc vice for attaching buttons to clothing with a an attachment to Tlie shoe and leather trade in Bos ton has ricovered wonderfully from the effects of the late Not less than five hundred ancl sixtythree firms in tho and findings trade were and their losses amounted to over eleven and a qnarter so that the strings may be jijdward George BuhvcrLyttoh whoso death was lately was born at Haydon in the County of in 1805 andwasconsequently in his sixtyeighthyear at the time of his He graduated at Cambridge University in andiiv the same year published a collection of his useful Wild was pub lished in followed in 1828 by Pel the Adventures of si Qontle work which received with considerable adverse but which has since been regarded by many as one of tho best of the deceased authors ef His ubsequcnt novels are well by a pedal and sounds similar to a violin or guitar obtainod so arranged when the handlesare dropped a paul stops tho wheel and arrests motion at and whengrasped5 the1 pawl isafc once released a thrit also operatcsas a handle fur stuinprof an apparatus fur drawing on consisting of a strap pissing round the body below the end a hook to engage tho hoot tugs brcastprns atidoiimngs With tubes to liold flowers a medical compound for the small gum f The trade with great courage and availiability of re settled in new and reestablished its business with compara tively ftiw cases of suspension of nentf THe United States has practically re cognized the Republic of Min ister by instructions Of PresU dent called upon President andohnroorj a boquet holder of soft after filling with flow ers and may be closed u6 the a kdys passed into the back hair in the usual manner and ti3 leaves al lowed to overlap and upon to retain the ornament in but the olugnon also a headlight for Tith an adjustable number front of tlie and also with a movable col ored screen to be operated by the engi neer a toy which an automaton banker stands to receive and when a spring is he turns the door is nud the money is deposited in the part the injoloquent tendered him tho congratulations of American Government oh tho peaceful oatablish rneht of a republic in The re sponse of the Spanish Presidentwas both touching and The of this recognition will be a strong support to the causo of popular liberty According to an out hundred and forty Emperors or kings ruling over sixtyfour two hundred and ninetynine were de sixtyfour twenty cam nutted eleven went ono hundred died an the one hundred and twenty were twentyfive became or pro martyrs and one hundred and fiftyone wore and one hundred and eight to nine hundred aril   

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