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ALBANY, OKEGOX, JULY 12, 1872.
I'rBLisjrrn evkkt raniAY,
By COLL. VAX CLEVIS,
IK REGISTER BUILDINGS,
Cornt Firry and I'lrd S'.rcrts.
Transient advertisements, per square of
ten lines or less, first Insertion &; eueh
subsequent Insertion II. Uiwr alver
tlseincnis linerled on the most liberal
Having received new type, stock of col
ored inks, cards, a liordun jobber, etc., we
arc prepared to execute all kinds of print
ing In a hotter manner, and fifty per cent
phcuncr than ever before offered In Has
Agents lor the Ulrjrlsler.
Tito follow inaptitit lemon arc authorized
to receive and receipt for subscriptions,
niiverllsliijr, etc., for Hie Kkuistkb:
Hiram smith, HarrlstmrK.
. P. Tompkins, flnrrlslnirg,
I'olcr llnnic. Ilrownsville.
W. It. liirk, Brownsville.
.1. IS. Irvine. Seio.
T. II. licynolds, Salem.
L. 1. Fisher, San l'rancisco.
1. P. Porter, She Id's Station.
Fletcher A Wells. Uiunia Vista, Polk Co
Chas. Ntckell, Jacksonville.
DEPOSITS RECEIVED SUBJECT TO
check ill iftht.
Interest allowed mi time deposits in coin.
Kxihaime on Portland, Sun Francisco,
and Sow Vork, for mic at lowest rates.
Coiled ionsiiiRdeand promptly reunited.
Notes to II, W. Corhctt, llcnfy Fnilin-,
Hanking hours from s A. M. lot i
Albany, Feb. 1. 1S71-!!2J
To tho Citizens of
Brownsville ami Vicinity.
T H K rXDKltsiONKIi WOCI.I) AX
x. nonnccthut ilieyaroIX'DEPK.VPKNT
AXD1HATES for flio purchase of all the
tlicy can Ret, for which they will pay the
Uigbcst market Prit-ti
hi Cash or (ion-Is. Also, thev have a full
h . E II A I H K It II A Ml I s r.
on hand, which they offer at lowest rates
KIRK, IIFMK A CO.
P. S. fail on us before Hosing- lor
Brownsville, March jg, "Miopia
ttio f lowing sketch of the history
and teach tigs of this great, reformer
ot Brahmlnlsm, and founder of one ot
t he most widely extended religious ot
the Kast is from n lecture recently
deliveied in New York :
The story of Buddha's earir life and
eonveivion has been many titm told.
1 lie date oMns ,j,th seems to have
been almut 557 It. C. and the otilina-
Y snwnww gives aiiont 80 vein-
msregarded caste. It was disregard
ing It utterly, and at such tiawrds,
Hurt Knddha made war against it.
i rarticaily he Ignored it, ami receiv
ed Ins disciples from all castes alike.
nouiii woman also lie received? In!
ine deep degradation of Oriental
women's lives they hardly dared ask
it; but it was asked, and they too
were admitted as deselplcs.
When Unddlut, after long years, re-
i" ins w eoimrrr iirwl
MOSKOE & STAMPER,
Monuments, Obelisks, Tombs,
Head and Foot Sloitca,
J. It. HFJIHON, : : 1'romrletor,
GA1S, AT THIS OLD PLACE OX
Front street, nronosws in ftic i&i, ..n
who apply wit h all kinds of MEATS, at i he
owest market rates. By strict attention
to business he holies to give general snlis.
lactlon to all who may favor him with a
WltiMxJHfc1 "l:i,'l''t P'k e raid for
1 "I Lllti. j. it. Behrok.
the duration of Ills life. 1 lis real i ,lls ow" FWlW. be foutid that his
name was GtintaitW, or Sakva-inun'i ! yn"l$ wife '"oll"til step bv step,
M you please to select between two I , n I'WSS i 'be liml put on the
hnmly names; he was also called Sid- i S i li6 lie m d N0
dareha, "heby 10I tlie end 1 ae- !! , , ,the Mme simplicity ot
t i t n ii i i !' in.. " ii
9m th BiMldta. "TheKnlighlen
ed. He wars King's son, mired in
the raldt of Iristiry. At v he was
eonsecrated as Primi. Boynl, by the
iwuringof water on his hciul.an'd was
J. II. MITl 111 .1. W. IK U'H.
MITCHELL & DOLI'Il,
Altorueys and t'oiiiiselors ai Law,
OOLICITOUSIX CILWCEKY AXDPIiOC-
tors ill admiralty. OlflM over I be old
ost ofllci', Front street, Portland, Orason.
I. C. POWELL. 1.. FLKX. j
POWELL & I'LBXN, j J
AltorucyN anil t'uuniielors nt l.;ns,
i XII Sol.ll'lTOlis IX CI1AXCE11V (L. !
J F'linn no'itrv lmhtie). Allmnv. ori'L'on. i
l ollectionsan l (onveyalieos pn'iuiptlv at
tended to. ' 1
ItHAXCII KII01 AT AI.1IAM .
.V. II. CBAKCIi. S. n. Ill MPllllKV.
CRAXOR & IIC3IPBHEV,
Attorneys and Counsellor!! nt Law,
Office in Pnrrisb brick, up stairs. 5v4
EO. W. CiKAl, 0. 1). H.,
t HADI ATE OF CINCIN
VI nati Dental College,
makes t$v 'rat X tran-t hn
nrwiil Stoics i f Plat- fir Ar
I fltinl T1h. lllwi. tloos all
work in the line of his iii-oftisslnn in tlu
lit and most approved method, and at as
reasonable rales as ran bo bad elsewhere.
Nitrons Oxide, administered lor the lflin
less extraction of teeth If desired, Omeelh
1'urrish Prick bioeki up stairs. Residence
Hrstbon.nesouth of Oongreatlonul church,
fronting on cottrl House block. j7i-ls
W. . JOKES, M. D
' DOW. M. II. CBASB.
BOW & CRAXE,
BooIk, Khoes, mid Eindic!
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE
1 public to their full stock of the latest
styles in gentlemen's and youth's iKmts,
shoes, gaiters, Oxford ties, etc.. etc.. as well
as to the very 'kllost lliiiif; out in Hie line
of Indies' anil misses' gailcrs, lialninrals.
wpun ues, .Miioinette DUSKtns, and
Six .lilies Nouiii of Albany, Linn Co.,
NEAR THE RAILROAD.
T SOLICIT THE ATTENTION OF ALL
I X!rsons desiring to pnrelinse fruit trees
to call and examine my stock, which is
comjKisodof the largest and licst scleotlon
in the Stale, consisting of apples, pears
cherries, plum-, prunes, gmnes. hlaekber!
nes cm-rums and i-osi.h. Also, black and
white walnut, KngUatt walnut, htoltory.
IS111H. ledbuil. honev Iiu.iij f.
and a uumlior of olfier varieties of trees
and plants too numerous in mention, all of
ntiiixu mc iiui'ri' i in low lilies
.. , HKNllY W. SETTLEMIllI
Dee. L, ls7tHj
MAM FAI-rt HEK OF
Of Every Description,
many oilier new and fn-hiouabli1
just received at the Citv BihK Store
tliey will sell as rapidly as Ihey can find
ptircntiscrs who wish Ursf-Class goods at
the most reasonable rales. They resiwct
fully Invito you to come and 'see their
stink. Boots, shoes,etc, made or repaired
to order, and all work wurraHtut.
CITY BOOT STORE, FIRST STREET,
First 4mr West or Register Ilulld'a;.
uud all styles of
TO ORDER ANY
FFICE ox FIRST
f west of liroadalbin, in Burkl:
STREET, ONE door
1. ill Itlll'L li irl twn
stor ones tup stairs!, over (ieo. Turrell's
store. lltsiDKNrK First hnne west of the
ilelho list chuivh, Alliany.Or. lev
LE ITIX JIIEKS'
And (aeurrnl Kill Miirliinery.
FIRST STREET, AI.HAX V, OREUWX,
J. L. HARRIS,
1IILL ENDEAVOR TO KEEP CON
if stantly on hand a full supply of
AM, HUSKS OF MEATS),
Which will be of the very best quality.
nogs and sheep.
Third door west of F'crrv, on south side
of First si reet. ,). L. HARRIS.
Albany, Dec. 11, 1S71-UV4
Wagon, Carriageii, ISat-ks,
e at as reasonnble rales as the use of
g()d mnteriul and llrst-class work will ius
t il y. J
Itepnirlng neatly and expeditiously done
at low rates.
Shop on Ferry befwacn First and Second
streets. v.'.m. peters.
Albany, Jim- to, 1x72-83
J. F. BACK EXSTO, Agent,
61M Albany, Oregon.
K. 8. DI'lllilS. IV. 11. M'i't LLOCIf.
x. s. m Rois & co.,
TT AVE ON HANI) AND CONSTANTLY
11 recutvlng a Urge stock of
Uroccrie nnil Provisions,
Wood and w illow ware, tobacco, cigars,
confectionery, Yankee notions, etc., etc.,
wholes-lie and retail, at lowest rates.
Opposite It. c. Hill A Son's drug store,
AHsiny, Oregon. ;a 4
i J. W. Van Ien Bcrt!i m. .,
SALEM : : : OREGOX.
MY long experlenco In disensns caused
by WORMS, inniiot be 8rpawd hv
any physleian in Europe or the t nlted
states, onice rooms, Xos. 38 and 311 over
the Post .Office. Consultations and
cxninlnallons free of diary". vtnaoniB
Albany Collegiate Institute,
ALRAW ROOK NTORE.
ICistabllslied In IKSO.
; TInS KSTITI-TIOS WI LL REOPEN ON
t JL Monilay, September 4, 187 1. with a t'iirns
: nt teachers capable and earnest. Insirnc
Hon will 1k( thorough and pmctiral. and
the system of order unsurpassed. Forpar
11 1.' U'IIII1I.'Y t r 1 .......
EAI.Elt IN EVFIfv vniiwr or Or .. v u AJlVl '
11.,-,-iiiiiicoiis uouks, sonooi HOOK
E. A. Frcciland,
I TEIHXE RBUl'MTOR.
rpiIE MERITS OF Tills INSTKCMENT
A eonslsl prlueiintllv in the support it
gives to the abdomen and spine. The belt
is broad, supported bv snsiiendcra rasslna
oM'rnie snoui,iers, ami kept in shape bv
a pleasant current.
IheRegulalorisalso (jalmnie; its Cup
iindNozzlesnreinaileof Silver; itsSNnn of
Copper and Zinc, is hollow, that Injccl ions
may be thrnwitHirough lt,orlntothe neck
pt 1 he I terns. It can Ik so regulated hr
Its thumb-screw ,is lo meet any inal-msl.
Hon ot the Ctertis. and is nneipialled la
meeting any form of female disease.
Price, .i. Patented August lis, S7L bv
w.h. Vaiit'leve, Centralln, Illinois.
Territory for Sale, or will receive
Royally for mnnulhctiiro.
For State or Territorial rights to nmnu.
fnelure and sell on the Paelflc Const, uiiplv
to t DLL. VAX CLEVE, Albany, Oregon,
blank Isxiks, statlonerv.
to oMcrat short nnlk-e
Albany, Dee. :t, is7i.
The Eyes' The Ears'
TI R.L -
I AM PREPARED TO HO ALT, RIVTlfi
I of turning; keep on band nntl make to
order rawhlde-betionicd chairs a, 1
fl'if? wlieels. Shop nar the "Mino 1
".' ? . J0UX METLEit
Albany, X'ov. g, lans-i IZ
A LB AX V BATH HOI 8E.
riHIK V N DERKltJ NED WOCI.l) UK
1 sicctfully inform ihei iilrensof nmn,
and vicinity that he has taken charge of
, n . 1 in, .mi, y Kci'iiinir clean
rooms and isiylng strict attention to busl
less expects to still all those who nmv fa
vor him Hllh their laitronnge. Havlint
bttwtofon- iirricd on nothing but
Flrttttlium Hnlr Rreatilne Raloona,
He expects to give entire satisfaction to
all. Children's and ladles' hair neatly cut
Sept. l'J-yS J0SF.Pn WEBBER.
PURS! FURS ! TORS!
THE intJIIEST PMcis PAID IX' CASH
ftrlll k Inds of I I Kv hv
lll.AIN. YOUNG & CO.
Atony, Feb. 9, 7Ntf
DR. T. L. GOLDEX,
J Oenllsl nnd Anrlst, Albnny, Orcgnii.
DR. fi.OI.DKN IS A
son of the noted
old opthalinic doctor,
S. 0. Colden.
Dr. (Joldcn has had
experience in treating
the various diseases to
Which thccvcfintlenrni'csithli.fit hh,1 f.i..
! eontldent ot giving entire satisfaction to
I those who may pliuwtheiusclves under his
I grf- April is, till.
, DR. E. O. SjilTJiTDlJXTIST,
Has 1.1 H ATED IN Aly
linny, and is now ready
; to wait on the citizens or AI
! Innyand vlcinily.wilha new
j invention In denial work, n mnsM-i j
i supiMirtlng the plato to the month without
: COVOl'Inif tlW urlu. . nwr i . .'
i Those wishiuir nrtlil..l.,i il.it. ... V'
od In cull .wl i-'.. ... . U.
Also, plates mended, whether puriiuiiv
broken or divided. Treth, extracted wR ?.
put pain, onice over Tnrrcll's store. All
work warranted. 7v4
aREfiON CALIFORNIA RAILROAD
I OUIIVIUV.IjiiiiI lleinil'tim.nl I ,
Oregon, April 6, 1871 -Notice is hereby
given, that a vigorous prosecution will lie
instituted against any an I every person
w ho trespasses upon any Railroad Ijind,
ovcuttiiiL'nnilii.ninvtmf i ;,?,,., i. .
All vacant Land In odd nnmticred m
Hons, whether surveyed or unsurveyod,
within a distune of llilrtv miles from the
line 01 the road, belongs to the Coniimnv
M , , ! MiXIRES,
32vl;f )jlmi Ajgcnt.
Muc uarewas taken to keep from
him all psBnfui 4 m e
ml that ignorance of aorroW is bliss ;
but one dav he &&V. U'lwitt t,-.i--
"nvinjr. an oai man, tor rite first time
111 his lite : U hen he understood that
to this complexion we must all come
jit last, he began to think life was a
burden and not a boon, and he went
home sad of heart. Again he saw a
sick ninn suffering under some loath
some disease, and on a third occasion
he saw a corpse. The profound im
pression eacn 01 these sights produced
iiMn his mind made the king, his
lamer, very anxious, and he caused an
Immense guard (o lie set round the
palace to keep away till unpleasant
uojcv i-. inn uiey (iki not keep out ;
moiih, or ascetic, when one dav the
1 1 nice was walking in the irrounds.
rroin (bat moment he resolved to
uevote unwell to a religious life. He
had himself driven about to all the
places wherein he had formerly sought
lis pleasures. Silently he was tkf(ttj
leave of tliein. News wiM brought to
bun that the princess, his wife, had
borne him a son. -That b a new
and strong tie for mc to break," was
us comment. In the night, before he
left the palace, he wont "to the apart
ment of 1. 1., ,,.ir ,pi. ..
: "",uc. mc young mother
a.v asleep, her arm ov er the head ot
bercbild. "Jnorder to see my child,"
thought the Prince, "1 nint remove
the. mother's arm; both will wake,
and my resolution will vanish."
So be turned awac from tbo ilimot..
hold, shut (he door,' and left the rial.
ace. He would not even ImiL- 1.-I..1.- am
it as he rude away in H e nimn num.
it. B Ins servants, he sent back his
horse and his garments, putting on
from that time, the dress of a reeltise :
mil refusing all ftre Iwtter than the
Coarse tow I ord'marHv friven to hAi
He was not Vet tree.' however
rrorq I he yoke of the great Branilnlcal
church In which he had been reared.
He went to a great Brahmin teacher,
learned what he taught, and went
away disappointed. lie sought anoth
er with the same result, with live ot
ins fellow-.sindent.s be tried life of
tiseetism, with severe pent! n 0 s. After
six years he renounced this life so ut
terly that his fellow students lost faith
in him as a reprobate. It was tho
turning point of his life ; nnd at this
tune the great central principles which
Buddhists call (he "Four Oreat
Truths," or "The Wheel of the Law,"
were revealed to him. The first great
Strut. 1. l. ,...!.! . r
cinicnee 01 pain. The
second IS the source of pain imrcm
lated. desires. The third is the fes
trnetlon of pain, or the control ot
these desires. Tlio fonrtli is tlie
means to destroy bah), that is. virtue.
Ihc Law of BufWlia is said to revolve
incessantly j this endless wheel, al
ways presenting sncoesslveiy these
four points to the contemplation of the
IIw ihey Khnve In China.
A man who has been shaved In Chi
na says that the barber first stropped
the razor on his leg and then did the
shaving without any lather. The cus
tomer remonstrated but was told that
lather was entirely useless and had
tendency to make the hair stiff and
trngh and was therefore never used by
persons who had any knowledge of
(lie face ami its appendage-. After
the beard bad been taken off and it
was done in a very shoit time the
barber took a long, sharp. , needle
shaped spoon and began to explore lib
customer's cars. He brought up from
numerous little crevices bits of wax
and dirt that had been accumulating
since his childhood. The barber sud
denly tw isted his subject's neck to one
side in such a manner that It cracked
as if the vertebras hat) been dislocated.
.irM ....11, .a
BgjnpsWonss and not their I alarmed for the safety of his mjek.
Airs. Leonoweus. who iml i "All ihrbt " ,,,ii,,i n. .,..
; C ' m..u ,.'113,11,
me no hurt von:" anil he ivnitlniierl
lo jerk and twist (he neck until St was
food and clothing.
" lierever iinddhisni has spread, it
lias elevated the condition of woman :
thus certifies Bishop Blgandet, and
adds that iheir nosiiioo in it......... 1.
mil Mam is one of almost complete
jqnaitty with man ; that, they are
alr .- f . .i , 7 "wJ2?-w
,,, lm- ruya, paniee or s am,
aim rtrnlwn !.. ...I T.,..... . . '
...... ..,. .,,; , ulll,.r r,.'isiern cotmiries,
1.... ... ....
10.11 Hie Jill! ( 1 st. vntMrn
are superior to any other women ot
the East j are moral, modest, and sell
A Massachusetts UIionI glory.
A correspondent at Monson, skepti
cal as to the supernatural appearances
has been quietly investigating the cir
cumstances attendim? the hn
ment at thai iflace.
and has solved the mystery to his mil
satisfaction. The story, as he tells it,
is that a very young man became eu
ainpred, last summer, of a tactaatiiur
niaiden, i-esldlntt about a mile from
the village, and ;is acciHtomeQ to
call upon her several limes a week.
An older brother, finding that the
yoiithlul Romeo was causing some
gossip by his frequent attentions, rc
so.visl to slop them, and Id! iin ik.
plan ot frightening him in the guise
ot a ghost. Knowing that the Iml
was courageous, however, he -appeared"
the family. By strapping a broom
.i-vii iiis uacK, wun tbo bushy part
proiei titiL' over his l.en.1 1,
c if i" " . . .. i-iivi.v.
miiinT us an oiu woman s (llsi rag.
He (lien fell to beating the back,
breast, arms and sides with his fists
ami pnmmelcd the muscles until they
burly glowed with the beating thej
had received. He tlicn dashed a buck
et of eolil water over tho man, dried
Hie Skill ulth towels .in1 .In,.!,,.!
that his work Was done.
ii'-guiseii ins hciffht. and hv
means of a big black dress, presented
in the night the appearance of a wo
man about six feet and eight inches
ta l. llius tttired, he secreted him
self in the new church, nnd when his
victim Kiuic along, pounced upon him
anil chased him home, where he ar
med brtmthhMS ,,;,(, wli- :
cident produced miieli ev..!tom....t t,.
the community, hut the intrepid lio-
"t "ooiinayc(i nv ghosts, StenUfllst
y coiitlnued Ids visits lo tint object ot
mi .uiccuous, fin, leaven ot fear
was working, however, and, about a
week later, the -ghost" accosted and
chased a man on his way to the quar
ry, at early daybreak, after which the
UHHI Inhabitants of Monson were so
wrougnc up ti,at even men were
afraid to venture out at night, except
111 bands. Ijnt 0Ve still eowiuered
ica r. the youngster continued his trl-
neeiwy nips, until one night, while
returning home, the fi ighlfif? ghost ot
" bom he had heard so much confront
ed nun at a one v
I? M. WADSWORTH will give prompt
. attention to all orders for Panor.
imaging, Ciilccmtnlng, Decorating, ,.'
llliscllvor V chlltv. All rlr i.u
j In the latest style, iii the liest iiiam'ier, and
' " noes. inters left at
i iirnltiirn Warcnsims of Chas. Mcaley will
rewlve prompt attention. v(i
II O T K L .
Corner Front and Salmon Sis.,
This new and elegant hotel, w ith
New Furniture Throughout,
OPES TO THE irnu'.
for tlie nrromuaodnllou
When these great truths were re
vealed to liuatama.the perfect science
broke over him ; he became the Budd
ha. I hen -all the fives ot ten thou
sand worlds, shot out branches laden
W".h IT.'.I aml to J'lie finest
sort of lilhes bloomed spontaneously.
Mimic mnveie appi'ared like an
immense garden covered with flowers.
Kivers .suspended their course; (he
blind recovered their sight ; the deaf
could heir, anil the lame could walk
irceiv. met! It was the ln.nit ..r
jsimiina acquired an unspeakable firm
ness, a perfect purity of exemption
from all passions, an unalterable
yearning and a strong feeling of ten
der compassion toward all beings.
He began then to preach, but soon
found that his work was not to he a
religions one only, but a great social
reform always. The great oriental
system of castes was against him, with
us rooi in tiie cstaoiisheil religion, and
its ramifications readied every act of
iu. cor instance, (he lowest, of
castes, the t handalas, were forced to
live far from all dwellings of other
men, to lie executioners and grave
diggers, to wear tlie dress of condemn
ed criminals, to cat only from broken
ves-eis. 1 ne distinction was to en
dure eternally : and hv no series ot
H-ajiswigratioiw couki ' 1 tic soul of a
(.'liandnm be reborn into a higher
mt. in tlin ni.kil
11... I "m
lire mot impulse was to run, but the
ghost ran too ; lie walked, and the
gbo-t assumed' a measured tread and
continued uncomfortably near; he
slackened his pace and 'the dreaded
being stalked past him, and remained
before him or behind him until he
reached home, frightened nearly to
death. Jhe ii'liiwr-nei-sAn.ii.... i.,."..i..
accomplished his purpose, then-alter
kept his own counsel and retired from
the business, but the terrified people
ot the town saw a spectre in every
bush, and I he ghost was reported ii,
hall a dozen places after he had finally
disappeared from view. The new
church was watched for many a night;
the wood were searched bv bands ot
men, vrno took care to keep together;
one man was so nervous as to short
himself while in search ot the ghost ;
and deadly fear tor a time held the
whole community .Spring He'd Jfr-
KIcanor Kirk tells a beauttful little
maiicm 01 me uite Col. Fisk, which
she vouches for as true in every pnrtie
nlar. j In passing out of his opera
house last Winter, Col Flsk was ac
costed by a very lieautinil young girl
apparently about seventeen. She was
plainly, but tastefully dressed, and ap
peared very earnest in her desire to bo
allowed a few minutes conversation
Her story was quietly told: "I have
failed in everything I have Undertaken,
in earning my own living. My father
is itttcrly helpless. I must take care
ofhini. To do this I must have mon
ey. I am beautiful-that I know as
wen as you do." "Hell.'' volunteer
ed the colonel, "and von wish to spec
ulate upon these personal charms:-'
'I want, money, Mr. I'isk, for my fa
ther," replied she. "Tell me," con
tinued this strange man, "and tell me
the truth tire you a good girl ?"
"Yes, sir," sobbed the child. -And
would yon rather continue one?" he
asked again, -oh Mr. Kisk. of course
I would!" she replied, bursting into
tears. "Well, then." said In. thullv
and with strong feeling, "for God's
sake keep so. Jim Fisk Is a prettv
rough hoy, but h mm hurt a hair of
woman's heml get, and he never will ;
and more than that, little girl, it shall
never lie said of him, when lie has
passed in bis cIiccks and stands liefore
the judgement sent, that that he h.n
ever so much as winked at the ruin of
any girl. I will help your father, if.
you will promise me that you will
never try this dodge again with any
body; ami I want voti to lie solemn
about it as if you stood in the presence
of yonr God." The promise was giv
en, the father was taken care of until
his death, and the girl was educated
for a music teacher, and is now sue-,
A Porcine Traveler. a novel
episode occurred to a passenger train
on Hie Lake Shore and Michigan
.Southern railway from Cleveland to
Toledo. A short distance bcrond
Xorwalk a large hog was wabbling
about on the track, entirely umiiintL
till of the approach of (lie train. As
the emriuc struck him be slid mi th
pilot, and landed safely upon the plat
form just in front of the boiler.
ii hen the next station was reached
us porcine majesty was found stand
ing upon the platform, apparently tin
injured, and seeming lo enjoy the lux-
oi.v.oi a --(tend ncai r 1 e. As t
Gosditios or Bev. Peter Crt-
WltlGHT, D. D.-A correspondent
writing from Pleasant Plains, San
gamon county, under date of tlie Sth
instant, says : "This place is iottmate
iv connected with the name of ihe
Bev. Peter Oartwright, vhoe resi
dence is only about three-fourths of a
mile from ihe pleasant village, The
venerable man is still living, but in a
very feeble condition, and Ins death at
any time would not surprise his friends.
The family ot this aged pioneer of tho
Methodist church are in receipt of let
ters almost everv day from various
portions of the country, the writers of
which are anxious to learn of the state
of tlie health of this good old man who
now only recognizes bis friends at in
tervals. No hope is entertained of his
recovery, lie was born September
1st., 17815, in Amherst count v. Vlr.
FREE COACH TO THE HOUSE.
Come nnd See Vs.
It is almost impossible for us to
conceive the social range which Budd
ha traversed when he stepped down
from the nalaoesod became a mendi
cant, ami the companion of mendi
cants. If tlie religion in which he had
been reared should in the end prove
irue, ne nan commenced a crime so
stupendous that he would beoome at
his next transmigration only the vilest
insect, ami forfeit tlie benefit olgood ac-
iioiisncciiinuitiieinor minions 01 years.
I. ...a. 1 1.,,.. L .
1 si red to the temporal and
danger Incurred by him who
nuiium 11 dm in nis pocket, be was
allowed to remain in his position.
When the train reached Toledo, forty
miles distant, he was still them sti,.L-
ing to his post, with all the ten.a, itr of
uissamanca -on the burning deck."
As the etigiite was to Tctttrn to
Cleveland with the afternoon train the
plucky passenger was not disturbed,
and he seemed determined to ride as
long as he was permitted lo do so.
Another conductor brought him back
to where he belonged, when lie was
KiKeu on unharmed, having ridden
ninety-five miles over the Sttnt r a
locomotive, at the rate of thirty miles
an hour. He departed with a grunt
What the bei.ls sav.-CoI. r.
spent the winter in Louisville, Ken
tucky. A friend of his went to visit
him. ".Some Sunday," says the Col
onel, "I want you to listen to our
church Mis here. There's lour of
them. Each sounds out its own do-
nom uunioiiai call. There's the Epis
copal; Hint's a heavy, deep-toned so
norous bell. Now see if time dou"t
ring out -Pastollc succession ! Pos
tolie succession f 'PostoilcsnwessiOB !
Then the o.M Presbyterian Hat's
would hardly have been tlie fide H.i S.108t deep sounding, and says:
to dump him off miles from home ITi 1 mVM,"0U 1 YM nml damna-
A bright litte girl at Milton, Wis
consin, having been desired to write a
IJeath by public execution was Hon," presented the T following to he
nothing, shame notli Ing, torture noth- teaelr' "Bad chiklreii Tfti
on in church when they ought to be
iion: eternal ihiinnatloii I Tim
fist i quicker a short snappy hell
and that says rapidly Clonic up and
be dipped! Come 1111 and lie iH.,,.l'
Come up and be dip)ied! Cut tho
Mcthodistthat.s a crowner-it talks
Pjitr-Rnnm for ail 1 Ktwm for all !
Boom lor all!"
Afcwlays since one of our popir
tar attorneys calieil upon another
"ember of the profession, and askwt
W. 1 he hiwyer to whom the oucs,
U ll n i ui ''"'""y P IWW for
Hi ug w hat 1 know." Tlie Question.
Irani his pocket, handed it to the oth,
irt "ml 'H me all1
..WW. S11U. ;iw me the change."
il'crc is coifing ujt,, thc pahnin
Mock Turtle connubial affection
before roianany-Hwowtiiow, m