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ALBANY, OKEUOX, JUNK 28, 187-.
Pl'BLHUIRD EV1 KV mm.w.
By COLL. VAX CLEVE,
IN REGISTER BUILDINGS,
CViit Furry and First Strtfh.
B A N KING
Transient advertisements, per square of
ten lines oi' taw. first insertion i
subsequent Insertion 1. UW
t Ischiums Inserted on the most
ilaVlntf iwiwl new type.stock of col
ored inks ranis, a Cordon jobber, elc, we
uto propureil looxceuteall kindsof print
ing in :i better manner, and fifty icr cent
cheaper than evef before offered in tills
As. "lit- Tor Mic Register.
The following gentlemen arc anthorteod
to revive mid receipt fur su'worlpttons,
advertising, etc., for the It Kciiro.it:
Ilimin Smith, Hnrrlslmrg.
(). P. Tompkins, Ifurrtsburg.
Peter Ilnme, Brownsville.
V. li. Kirk, Brownsi llle.
j, It. IrVtne, Scln.
T. It. Reynolds, Salem.
1.. I, Eisner, fsm KnmeUeo.
, p, Porter, She l i-- Station. ,
KletCher & Wells, Iliieuu V'lstii,Polk Co
Chus Nickel), Jacksonville.
DEPOSITS ItECKIVEl) BCBJISCT TO
check lit sight.
I ni crest nilowe I on t ime deposits in coin.
Kxelinn.'e Oil Portland, Sin Francisco,
and New York, tor sale 111 lowest rare,
Villecl ions nitideaiid prompt lv remitted,
lienors to H, W. Corliott, Henry railing.
V. s. Ladd.
Hanking honro fiinn s A. M. to 4 1'. M.
Albany, Feb. I, IKfMtvH
MOXKOE & STAIttEK,
To the Citizens of
Brownsville and Vicinity.
rP H K I XllKKSliiNEl) WOULD AN
A noimootlmt thov arelXDKI'KNHKNT
CANDIDATK8 for the purchase of all the
TV O O Xj
tlicy can jjot, for w hich they will pay the
U cut Markfl ' Price
In Cash or Hoods. Also, thev liave n full
I x i: K a I, ji i: nr ii mi is i:
on hand, which I hoy Oder at lowest rates
Kiri'.VMior PROIH t'E.
K11IK, IH'MK ft 00.
P. S. Call on UN iMTorc closing tr
Hrownsrllle, March M, Ti-30m8
Thrifty ville wants mhiMcr. They
ait' looking far and near toflmJone;
hut they want the 'Tight man."
Thriftyville U not one of vour old,
effete, worn out places. li is a place
She must he nhlc to aller tlie same
tires four limes, turning it thrice, and
lilting it to a smaller child each time.
She will be expected to be the very
lii'c of the liorcas Society, the moat
zealous member of the alWnbnr socie
ty, the very liacklxine of the maternal
grown up cpiickly, on the liapid river I 7' , r ',H'K,)om! 01 "'' tuatemal
hi the beautiful valley of Eureto It $mociion w,," the
is a very important iibiv-ia ilin 1 ''''"j'"'''.'.'.- meeting, the head mov
directly Ver'.hc cen.L of the j SL L' tllc
Monuments, Obelisk;:, Tombs,
ilead and Foot Stones,
J. H, MIT, III 1. 1.. f. I" WW.
mVVHKhij & SXILVEI,
Attorney ounst lurs nt Mw
nil.li lTOWslN ICIIAXI "Kit V AN I I'll' -
n tors ill udmtraltv. OHkv over the H
J. R. IIEKIUKV, : : lrotrletr,
VCAIN, AT THE OLD PLACE ON
Front street, projioscs lo famish all
w ho apply with all klndsof MKATS.at tlie
lowest market rates. Uy utrlcl at ten I Ion
to business he hopes to inve cncinl alis
lUotloil to all who inay favor lihp with n
cali. t fr lllghesl ifuirket price pale for
rOLITUV. J. li. UEllRON.
S ETTLE Jl I DIE'S X URSER Y,
Six Miles Eolith of Albany, Mini t o.,
WEAR THE RAILROAD.
rilK ATTI-NTION OF ALT,
dlrltiK to purchase fruit trees
Mimlne my siork, which Is
i lie larjtyiHt ancl Im'.-i selection
consisting of apples, pears,
us, prunes giupes. blackber
an I rose-. Also, black am!
Eniflish wulnnT. hick-ctrv.
From street, Portland, Oregon.
j. c. rowKLL. i.. rtwx
POWELL A FLIA.,
AUornyN nnl 'oiiiisclors nt 3..ih.
Nil SOLICITOltH IN CIlANI'KliY L. ;
Flinn notary pnhdet, Allmny, Oregon.
prom uv ai-
I oiled ion- and conveyance
K. II. CKANOll.
N. 11. ItCMI'ItllKY.
i'RAXOR & IltMj'liUEV,
Allorneys mid Counsellors nt Law,
Office in I'arrish brick, up slairs. 5vl
GEO. W, GRAY, O
1RADFATE OF C1XC1N-
VI naii IH'iitnl toltere,
makes Snyrol -V, ir and hn-prof'-il
Ntulm "f Vic'.-.f ftw .-Ir-UtViol
Trrth. tilso. docs Alt,
work in the line of liis profession in llic
Wit and most approved method, and at as
reasonable rates as can Im' had elsew here.
Nitrous Oxide administered ha' the pain
lessexir.Lctioaoi' teeth If desired. Olnee in
i'arrish brick block, up sinlrs. Itesldenee
tirst house south of Con greglttlonaiel lurch,
fronting on court house block. J7--1S
IV. . JOAESi, Jl. !.,
OFFU'K OX FIRST STREET, ONE door
wc-t of Ilrou Litlbin, in linrklmrtVtw?n
story brick pro stairs!, over Ceo. Turrcll's
More. Kk-siik.ci; First house west of the
Hothodlsl church, Allium .Or. Ulvi
LEFFEL & MYERS'
And Ueuernl Mill Mnrliiiier'.
UMAX II SHOP AT AI.RVXY.
.1. DOW. JI. B, I'BASK.
BOW & ERASE,
lSjuiIs, Miock, 1111(1 H'i':ii;rrs
fSVlTE THE ATTENTION OF THK
1 public to their full siivl; of the latest
styles in gentlemen ami youiii's boots,
slip's. galteilSOxford tie-, etc., etc., as well
as to the very latest thlnfi out in the line
of latltes1 and misses1 gaiters, balmorals.
Newport ties, Antoinette husk ins, and
many other new and fashionable -M ies,
lust received at the City Boot Store, which
they will sell as rapidly as they can liml
purchasers who wish lirsl-class yooits nt
I he most l-easonable rates. They respect
fully invite you lo come and sis; their
-lock. Hoots". shOftStCtc., inadcor repaired
to order, and tni-k ,cxcni'-.
CITY BOOT STOKE, FIRST STREET,
First door West or Register llulld'.
C I T Y 31 A K KKT,
FIRKT KTKKET, AMtA Y, ORBUOX,
J. L. HARRIS,
I1TII.L EN UK A S"olt TO KEEP CON
W stantly on hand a full supply of
ALL KIJiRS Of MEATS,
Which will he of the very best rpiallly.
Tlie illuhesl nuuket price iuld lor he-eves,
Third (loot-west of Ferrv, on south side
of First hi reel. .1. I.. HARRIS,
Albany, h: 13, 1871-13vt
in the Slate,
is'can. re Iliad, honey locust, hackliern
and a ttuinocr ol other varieties of trees
and plants too numerous to mention, all of
which are olfcred al low rates.
HENRY W. SETTLEM1KE.
Dec. 17. 18701.5
M AM KAITCItKIt OF
Of Every Deserlition,
and all styles of
TO ORDER ANY
Wagons, Carriages, Hacks,
Ac, at us reasonable rates as (he use of
Bond material and first-class w ork w ill Jus
tifj. Repairing neatly and expeditiously clone
at low rate-i.
sjiop on Ferry between First and Second
atreiit. WM. PETERS.
Albany, May in,
Galvauic AMomiiial SnpporEer
I'TiwiNE m et I. unit.
J. F. RAt'KENSTO. Agent,
J. W. Vtin Oca Bcrgli JS. O.,
SALEM : : : OREGON,
9. 8. DVD01H. '. II. M'CTI.LOCH.
X. 8. OH BOlft & .,
HAVE ON HAND AND CONSTANTLY
receiving a large slock of
Uroeerles mid Provisions,
Wood and w illow ware, tobacco, cigars,
confectionery, Yankee notions, etc.. etc.,
whole-ale and petal hat tnwesl rates.
Opitosllc II. C. Hill k Son's drugstore,
M bv WOKMS
experience in diseases mused
cannot he surm-sed bv
anv phvsielan in Europe or lite I lilted
Stales, oillcc rcsini. Nos. 3H and 3D, over
the Post oillcc. BiT Consultiit Ions and
examinations c.-c ' ekarge, v4n!Win8
Albany Collegiate Instllule,
A LB AX V BOOK MTORE.
EstnbliKlicd la I860.
E. A. Frrelaiid,
EAI.EIt IN EVERY VARIETY OF
I int-Hvlinncou-i hi
Ulaiik Usil;-. slat loner
to order at short notice
Albany. Hoc. 3, IsTil.
TIJRXIXG - -
rpllis INSTITUTION WlLLRKOPl
1. Mondai'. Scjtlcnit),
I AM PREPARED TO 00 ALL KINDS
of Hint in.': keep on hand ami make to
order raw Itidc-bci looted chairs, and spin
liln' wheels. Shop near the "Magnoliu
Mills." JOHN M.METZLE1I.
Alba ny, Nov. a. ldcis-l
ALBAXY BATH IIOFSeT"
rrilK UNDKRSICNED WOI'LD RE
' X spoclfully Inform Ibeeltizensof Alhanv
and vicinity that he has taken, c harge tit
this establishment, and bv keeping clean
rooms and inning strict. attention lo busi
ness expects to suit nil those who may fa
vor him Hlth their patronage. Having
heretofore wricdnn nothing bat
t'lrat-eJiuiH Hair rvowiliig Saloons,
Ifo exniM ts lo give entire satisfaction lo
all. chiMrenVund ladles' hair ncally cut
t Sept. 19-.V2 JOSEPH WEBBER.
runs! runs i rvntu
npiIE HUiHEST PRICES PAID ENCASH
X for all kinds of FlfRsl, by
. BLAix, rotrxo A CO.
Albany, rcb. 8, 72t
S ( IN
r t, 1871, w iiha corps
o teaetiers eaoable unci dirtiest, in-tntc-llon
will he thorough and practical, and
the system of order unsurpassed. Forintr
it. K. w MtllEX. A. it., President ;
Or, Pec. K. R. CEARY. H. Ik.AHniny.
Tile Eyes! Tlie Ears!
OK. T. L. GOEOi:X,
WenliKt and Aarist, Albany, Orejron.
DR. Cell. HEX IS A
son of the noted
old opthulinio doctor,
S. ('. Coldcn.
Hr. Coldcn bus had
experience in treating
the various discuses to
which I he cc and cur arc subject, mid feels
conlMcut ot giving entire siitlsmctlou to
those w bo may piacotutauselvoif under Ills
care. April 18, 00,
THE MERITS OF THIS INSTRUMENT
J- consist nriuciisillv in the sunnnrt il
given to Ibe ulslomen and spine. The Isdt
is orottd, supportou ny susis'iidcu's tnssing
over the shoulders, and kept in slunx' by
self-general big ( ialvunlc Plates, which give
a pleasant current.
Tlie Regulator is also Calvanic; its Cup
ana Nozzles are made of Silver; Its Stem, of
Copper and Zinc, is hollow, that injections
may lie thrown through It.orlnto the nec k
ol the I terns. It can be so regulated by
Its thimOYscrew as to meet any mnl-post.
lion of the Herns, and is uncipiullcd In
mietlng anv form of female disease,
Price, tS, Patented August li, 1871, bv
W. S. Van Clove, Cenlralia, Illinois.
Territory for Sale, or will receive
Royally for ninnttCieliirc.
For State or Territorial rights to manu
facture and sell on i bo Pacific Coast, npply
to COLE. VAX CLEVE, Albany, Oregon.
OR. E. O. STSITH, OENTI8T,
HAS I.OCATEO IX AL
ban, and is now' ready
lo wait on the ollUenl of Al
lsinvnnd vlclnily.wltlia new
InVetltion in dental work. If consists In
supporting I he plate to 1 ho mouth without
covering the whole roof, as heretofore,
Those wishing urtillclal teeth are rcpiest
ed to cull and examine for themselves.
Also, plates mended, whether imrllnlly
broken ordlvlded. Teeth, extracted with
out pain. I WhYe over Turrcll's store. All
work warranted. 7v4
OECOX & CAi.lFOIlXIA RAILROAD
I'oinpany. Land Heparl incut, Portland
Oregon, April II, 1ST J. Notice i- hereby
given, thai a vigorous prosecution w ill it'1
Instituted against any and every pertain
w ho Iresinisses uism any Railroad Land,
bv cut I ingand removing I tinls'i' I herefrom
lict'ore Hie same Is ItOCcnToflhet'oiniia
ny AND PAH) FOR.
All Meant Land in olil nutulsirnd Sec
tions, ybetlior sniveled or imsnrvovod,
wlUiln a dislance of thirty miles from' I lie
line of the loud, belongs lo the Company.
1. R. Mi HIRES, '
WV4tf Ijind Agent.
1 M. WADSWOlfMI will give prompt
, attention to all orders for I'aper
innghig, Caloemlning, lKHimiliim, Ac., In
tlllseityot vicinity. All work executed
In Hie latest style, in the best manner, and
at lowest living rates. B-rordcrs left at
Furniture Wnrerooms of (.'has. Mcalov will
receive prompt attention. Jovi
Corner Front and Salmon Sits.,
This new mid elegant hotel, with
Xcw Furniture Throughout,
OPEKTO THE Pl'HMC.
Until ,oui lor the areoinuodattou
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Come and Sec Fa,
J. R. NrSEXOEB, Props.
so tlmt if a hole were clti";, nncl a stone
dropiecl into it, it wonlcijiass through
the OWitru of this gioat world. It litis
a growing population, ami boasts 01'
"a circle of very intelligent people."
.unroover, it seems lo be "the very
centre of a great moral uifliiencc,"
and now it wants a minister second to
none. They want to get the society
out of dWit.eto repair ilie old wastes
which 'Wno lias alirady inade In (heir
half-built tarictimi'y, to gather hi Hie
young, to "draw" a full Iiottje, and to
make the concern every way prosper
ous and respectable, ami easy to sup
port. Now for the quallflentions desired.
They are 80 few and simple that the
right Bum" probably stands at your
lie must be n man mature in intel
lect, ancl ripe in experience and yet
so young that all the young people
will rush alter him.
He must he quick, anient, flashing,
nervous in temperament, so that he
can kindle quick and burn bright ;
prompt, ready, and wide-awake and
yet a man of the most coiisumnte pru
dence, whev-e nerves shall never lie
unstrung nor out of tune.
lie must be a man of great and
burning zeal, so that he can startle,
arouse, ami kindle, and move the con
gregation and yet so cautious, 90 cool,
that he is always sate, calm, sclf-pos-sossed,
Ut mint have power to awaken and
arouse the church and yet let them
he quiet and look on while he doe- all
that Is done for Christ.
lie must urge and move men, and
lead the whole people (o salvation,
and get them all into the church and
yet lie so judicious that he can make
a difference between the chaff and the
w heat, and let none but real converts
into the told.
He must be strong and original in
(lie pulpit, and bring none but beaten
oil there ancl yet be at leisure to re
ceive any call, any interruption, be
prepared for every occasion, anil like
tlie town pump never sucking for wa
ter or giving out dry.
He must be a workman who shall
go down deep into the mines of truth,
and quarry out its pillars, and set
them up, and make men come ami
Wrestle around them and yet the
most gifted man In light conversation,
am! on all that floats in tltc every day
world around him,
He must have health so that his
body never wearies, bis nerves never
quiver a real specimen of muscular
Christianity, ami yet be a hart! think
er, a close roasoner, and a most dili
gent student, getting his books from
lie must be poor in this world s
goods, to show that money Is not his
object, and so that he can sympathize
w ith the poor, and so that he can't
help feeling humble and dependent
and yet his faniilv must he most bos-1
pltable, and entertain more company
than any other in town; his children
must he second to none in education
and training; they must be re speet ful
ly dressed ; ' he mint give away more,
and more cheerfully than any other
man in the place, not even excepting
Esqutre Rich himself; and his family
must be models in all respects for the
He must be a man who can remain
three years, ancl his congregation
must hear tlie same voice, on the same
subject several times each week and
yet he must come every time as origi
nal, as fresh, as glowing as if it were
done but once a year.
He must be able to live in a glass
house, always acting in public, coin
ing in contact willi all sorts of men
and of prejudices, so original that all
will respect and fear him and yet
never csld, eccentric, morose, repul
sive, or awiiijr in manners. He
should have tBe lofty attributes of an
angel, with the sympathies, the gen
tleness, and softness of the little child.
He must be always ready, lofty,
keyed up to tlie best possible pitch
and vet so calm in spirit, and word,
and look, that nothing can disturb his
He must never preach so that the
people are not proud of him when
they have a stranger in their pew, or
go that the echo of his sermon shall
not come back when he goes abroad
and yet his sermon must be so beauti
ful that all the young ieople will ad
mire it, and wonder over it. ancl the
little child can earn- it all home and
repeat It to her grandmother.
His wife must be the model of all
models. Hie must be young and
handsome, but not indiscreet or vain.
She mut be worthy of tlie admiration
of all the iieople. and vet think she is
the humblest of them all. She must
watch, and discipline and prune, and
lead, and make her husband Ibe em
bodiment of all excellence ; but she
must never be aware of her jiower,
lest site become overbearing. She
must be the model of a lady, have a
fair face and white hands, though
compelled to do all the work of her
family. She must be ready to meet
everybody with a smile, take her
bauds from the flour at any moment,
wear a clieckered apron, and still lie
dressed like a lady. Her fitec must
never lie otherwise than cheerful, lair
head must do itsachings in secret, and
she must give none occasion to call
her extravagant, or call her menu.
tor genera! of the noor.
1 he minister must la- of sound doe
trine, able to lay his bauds on the
naked foundations of truth, to fortify
and defend the hill of JSIon and yet
must never preach (he old fashioned
doctrines. Thev are not spicv. Thev
are not taking. They will never
"draw" a full house.
It i rather desirable that be should
lie a pious man, and one that loves Ins
j master ami yet, as this article, piety,
has not acquired great value in t'brif-
i tyville. it would well for him not
... , .
u mane mat ion abstruse.
I Such, In a few words is the man
! they want in Thriftvville. If they
can light on him, they will pay $800
i annually ! and not lot it run behind
j I'liroasonably. This Is not. to lie sure,
half what their clerks receive, bul they
I think that the minister, if he I only
i the "right" man, can "manage" to
live on it. who is ready?
X. li. All applicants must put an
extra postage stamp in the letter, or
it will receive no attention.
P. s. A lady who heard this docu
ment reminds mo of lite mo-t Import
ant omission, uK, absence of which
would spoil all the above. He must
not only preach belter than any man
in the town, ''our enemies themselves j
BCingjlHIges, but he must Visit trnin
bouse tohou-e from morning to night.
like Mr. of our town, whom
everybody knows has nntbimr else to
i;tgnr A. Foe and (be Julep.
In tlie "Monthly Gossip" of Lif
piiicot'n Mnntm, for May, we find
this story of the author of "Tlie
John It. Thompson succeeded Ed
gar A. I'oe as editor of the Southern
l.it-ninj Mtwnyix. Fresh from the
Ltd versify, well to do in iImi goods of
Ibis world, ami justly proud of bis po
sitionfor tlie MUMRgtr then was tlie
oldest, and certainly one of the best,
magazines in the Union Thompson
lived prince in a suite of ajKirtiueuts
in Main street.
The author of "The Raven" was
now seated in an easy chair. Conver
sation flowed freely and pleasantly.
I'oe, of Course taking the lead, and an
hour or two sli)ed away seemingly in
as many moments.
I'oe rose to take leave. Thompson
entreated him to remain. No, he laid
an engagement. As he turned to
ward the door, Poe's eve fel1 upon tlw
beatlfet with ils glittering array of sil
ver and cut glass, and a change jiasscti
over his grave, handsome face. In an
animated tutu- be said :
"Ah! you have a nice litllearrnnge
nient hero, Mr. Thompson. I'eihaps
no. ami wuo is Hi'inklul to any gossip
monger who will assist him '"to give
time a shove."
How Louis Xnpolcon became Pri'Ni
(lent. There is no character in modern or
ancient history more curious than that
of the late Kmpcrorof the French. -
Prince Louis Xapoleon, as be used
to be called the son of Louis Ilona
parte King of Holland, and Ilortense
the daughter of the empress Josaptlilie
had always been a schemer. He
bad indulged from bis boyhood in
dreams of empire. Being, according
to statute, the heir of bis uncle, the
flrst great Xapoleon. he was driven
by the very exigencies of bis inheri
tance into contrivances to obtain the
supreme power over Prance, which
he without doubt persuaded himself
was his right. Through long, silent
years he studied, until he became
learned in jurisprudence. He knew
well bow to veil his designs by high
sounding talk about freedom and hon
or, and loyalty to the will of the
many. Still for a long time he was
not appreciated or considered a per
Bounce of much Importance. It was.
indeed, rather the fashion lo laugh at
him, ancl to regard him as harmless
because of sheer want ol capacity to
do great things.
His attempt to rouse the enthusiasm
of this French people. In 1 888, covered
him still more with ridicule. He
presented mmseil pefore the army
wearing the clothes of tlie flrst Xapo
leon, and, conscious that in point of
bat. coat and boots be resembled per
feetly the hero of AtHterlilz. be imag
ined himself secure of welcome from
the troops. He was utterly quenched,
however, by a certain resolute Colonel
Talanclier, and was shipped oil' to
America by a good natural King of
you can give Hie something to drink."
"indeed I can, ' said Air. Thomp
son. "What will you have?"'
"That depends upon what you've
i honiiison enumerated several kinds
of wine, whisky, and French brandy,
commending the last as vers superior.
Poe chose brandy. Selectintr a tum
bler of the ordinary size, lie lifted the
decanter with a steady hand aud be
gan to pour one finger, two lingers,
three lingers, four fingers, live!
Thompson became alarmed. "Fx
Ctise my seeming incivility," said he
"sti li it really is not, Assure you
but Mr. I'oe, arc you are you not
taking a little just a little too much
for your own good
"Xo, sir; not at all,'' was the re
ply. "I know myself thoroughly
well, Mr. Thompson, and can keep
myself to a hair. I have had some
experience in these matters, aud I
have discovered about brandy, good
French brandy, this remarkable pecu
liaritythat it is least Injurious when,
you fill the glass as nearly full as pos
sible, and leave room for as little wa
ter lis possible." And the pouring
went steadily on till tte tumbler was
full to the very brim. "Xow a drop
ju-t a drop Of water, if you pleas.' '
The drop of water it" was barely
more than that was added, and then,
to Thompson's amazement and hor
ror, Poe drained his glass to the bot
tom. He lingered awhile, and Thompson,
fearing that the brandy might tell
upon his distinguished guest after lie
got into the street, suggested, as
adroitly and respectfully as he could,
that a few moments of repose on tlie
sofa might be of service to him.
"Oh, no!" said IV, "you need
have no fear for inc. Tlie brandy is
nothing. I've alreitrlu hud thirtcm J
lep; and now I think I'll step across
the way and get my breakfast. '
Extending bis hand in farewell, la
bowed stilHy and was gone.
It is only necessary to say that this
giftfd poet wbo In his life time had
displayed such a singular power of
imagination, such a quick sense of the
benullful, such humor aud great com
mand of impressive and beautiful lan
guage; who had a tine Intellect alar ft
good education ; and who "Imrir Mm.
mil" diotl in a hospital of delirium
tremens at the age of ;i.s. A sad ex
ample, hut an instructive cine.
the French, Louis Philip:
In 1S40 be made another attempt,
this time carrying with him a tame
eagle, which he had taught to perforin
some exploit that he trusted the mmi
plc would receive as an omen. The
eagle failed lamentably in its part ot
the programme) and again a firm res
olute Officer forced his way to (he
theatre of action-a barrack yard
and disposed of the Prince, his fifty
armed followers, his flag, his eagle,
j and his counterfeit staff, with as much
ease as though he had been dealing
With a band id' strolling players. This
time the would-be Emperor was tried
for treason, and sentenced to perpetu
al imprisonment in the fortress of
Ham, from which he escaped, six.
years afterward, In tlw garb ol a
workman, and went to England.
lie took advantage of the revolution
of 1SJ8, in which King Louise I'hil
ipiie was deposed; to return again to
France. "The third wins, "says the
old proverb, ancl this third time be
found more favor in the eyes of bis
countrymen. He was chosen a depu
ty to the National Assembly. Latn
a'rtiue, always opposed to the Bona-j
parte dynasty, endeavored to effect j
his banishment, but was unsuccessful ; j
ancl after a stormy debate, tlie Prince,
tit lids time forty years old, was found ;
to be the most popular candidate. I
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ident. and perhaps, as he had already j TZ'f lZyt
s? ..h!vto u ! cVmaSv S3 KSH:
io uuuiu uaw wi umi unci ins wen- i, -...i..,.,!. r, . . .1 , , .
. , itiuiu- to iia: io joicr ir
IlAOB ami llATi.-Kf). Tlere is n
great difference between inge and
hatred; and we think (bat we may say
that there are few men capable (if
hating. What the majority of jiersons
feci when injured, is rage, not hatred.
Their anger ceases when their enemy
falls Into a great misfortune or loses
his life. All those desires of vengeance
Which they previously felt then vanish,
and. as It w ere, die with him. Nay.,
thev sometii ics regret his disgrace,
and are tout bed with sentiments of
pity and compassion for his misfortune.
On tlie cont ran', hatred is never soften
ed bv anv accident which mav haimon
to an enemy; it derides hi calamity;
it receives joy from his death; and
though it ought to terminate witli his
death, it lasts to the grave, and perse
cutes his memory and his posterity. It '
thus appears that a man who feels rage
only wishes evil and acts revengefully
against the pcrsou u ho has done him
an injury, while the latter has tlx?
power of continuing his misdeeds, but
abandons this design as soon as his
enemy Is no longer in a condition to
annoy him; and so great misfortunes,
aud. principally, death, deprives hint
of that power and that will, rage loses
all its desires of vengeance, ami hjeven
inspired with sentiments of pity ancl
commiseration for the calamities with
which he Is overwhelmed. But hatred
does not stop only In renulsini: an
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known ambition as a means of restor
ing to France an imperial form ot
government. At any rate, be acted
upon this inference and no more held
himself bound to the support of the
constitution by his oath of office, tlian
did Jefferson Davis and liobcrt K. Lee
consider themselves bound to tlie
United States by theirs.
The bight of Impudence taking
refuge from the. rata iu au umbrellai
parents, relatives aud friends,, as if
tliey were a part of bun. It has the
same feeling against hhn. It tries to
destroy them, and, if they are dead, it
pursues them with its Instruments or
"in London no man tbinksof black
inghisown boots!" said a liaiighty
Briton once to tlie late Mr, Lincoln
whom he found polishing his calfskhi
gaiters. "Whose boots does tie black!"1
quietly responded Uule Abe