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DECEMBER 13; 1871.
! 11.50 PER YEAR,
Iu Advancs , -. J .
J. W. BOWENi. Editor, '
M'Arthur. Dec. 13th. 1871.
Termi of Subscription.
One oopr, one yeiuy...$l 50 I Onsopy, Sinos.'.jf 00
pile wprl uiJiillii ,. , I Ono copy, 4 mo... M
ff not paid within the yer 00
01 obi of TVchty ......... v ' tW0
The ftrmoomiti KnqHlw crpuWM PRICE OF
FOSTAQK wttliiu the limits, of Vinton County.
V Mlure ( notify i ntsioiitlnunncs at tlio end of the
t to bscrl nl for, will bo Wkon us a nnw engagoiiient
uticrl'Wn'. . -
Advertising Rates. ,.
. I uiniirA (iHA
M i. . i 1IU.....I Inaarllnn 1linrtll)U
) WBtjl 91 vw i v"- " i-.-- -i r-
A aUrerllHlnt for a .hor(r porlod thao thrw
. J - II. & .KAua rnlam. .
HI milts. O'mruru "" .r . - . .
iMertlon: an.no cent, per .quaro for .h additional
'"uu'l'eM'rt Figure WorkT-50 cmi additional
Iliree nqii iren,
SIX S()U' on,
K eolu nn,
$ g 00 8 6 00- ,
5 oo t n
TO. : 8 00 ,
9 0.( I t 01
IB 00 81 00 . 44
81 00. , 44 00 80
K.Kl.inxs Cards, not exceclliwr 0 joprr y.r,
All Mill duo on.nr.t lnwrtl.m of .lvrtttn ik
i..n i ii. .i..-..i.i..tinr tn h DiiUl fliiRrtorT,
,..1,M Nfltlces-10 cent! k ll)mi Marriage No l;
wi-aociirdlng to'th'ellbi'rallty oftlio pnrllo",
7 Notion of'llunaway Wlvei or Hu.b.ndi-double
prvri.i lvnVilaoM entitled la. annrtorly oliangoa.
1 AdvorWinon'ti not otherwlif! ordored, wil be enn
tliiuod until n'rdered discontinued, and cUavged accord
"ful'utmw and Clinrl'abl Nollcea freo.
Marietta & Cincinnati Rail Road.
6.1 Riid nTtor Nov. 19 . 1S71, Trains will
run as follows:
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so a ; : : ; ; a
i - i. -: : : s.
P I-3 :
f 3 .5 2 . : : : : : :
g 'l-.rKcisiss iii-e.ii
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15 x t; it .T 1 C, T lf Xt W X if
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a ; ; i ; :
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a-2 ! : : : ; : H
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CIXOrNNATI KXP11K-W will run dully.
All other'l"r.ilt)s iluih', exwpt Hundiiy.
, OINCINNi'KX KXI'RKSS K.VT inuks no
top lctv.'oeu lluindon und At lions.
1,45' p.m. 6:00 A. M.'
3.i!4 " 7.00 "
4.10 " l'n.10 "
0.15 A. K. 1'2-2(t P. N.
11:85 " ,, .-.8
1U5 r.M. Jj.iO "
J aclt son
Ar v. Jackson
Trains Connect at Loveland
rornll poluU on the Mttle Mlnnil Hnilrond, nml
ivtthi Iivliiiuiipolis AChicinniitl Builrond Junc
tion fur nil points Wcb't.
' .. W. Wi PEAIlODY, .
HfiitUr of Ti-annporlallei
Trains Connect at Loveland "BEE LINE."
Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and
, Oh nnd ufter MONDAY, Mnv SHlli. 187t, Kx-
8re8'l'rnlns will KKiyis ,j('OriJllMlU.ji und
RKi I'LINU and ARiuvK Ht points'' nanied bo
low, us follows:
I .' .- -i .. . . . ...... . .
. . 12;:))i p in
...8 : m -..lOsfOpm.
n p in
t :4." p in
7:0." a m
4 :50 a 111
7 :110 am
2:00 p m
4 :I0 p in
I :.h. a ni
Kew York City
Fort Wayne . i ,
Jroston . .
ria I II pin""
. 9 85 p ni
. 7 lo a in,
10 40 am.
. 1 10 p m
11 15 am
0 nis p ni 8 a., a m
1 25 a m 8 45 p in
11 25 a in 3 10 am
40 p ni .
0 'i") p m ,.....
8 ifl p ni 7 00 a m
.ii no p m
, r an a pi'
.12 10 pm
1 15 a in
7 SO am
II So am
(1 Ofl p m
has n'ThrouKli Carca DelnwitrefiirRprinirneld,
renohintr Sprliijiflold wltlioiitohaniront7:a0 pm,
, l i itiu Nii. 3 on the CoUinihus A llockhin Vnl
loy Kiilro.'irl connect with No. 4 Train. Through
Tlokcts for aalnnfc Athens.
rABSlC.NHKll TIIAINS rnturnVf? arrive at
Oolumlius at 12:30 n tu. 11 :1S a. m, and V :50 n, m,
j0-Palaoe Pay and Sleeping Can
On All Train..
W."Va 0" InaviiiK Colunihus at 3:11.5 a m, on
ftnwlnv. runs through wlthiiut detention, hy
both Krle and New York Central Itailwnvi,
jMihJ at New York on Monday morning at
For iiartloiilur lnfiii'm'iitrm . In reganl to
fllVousfli tickets, time, eon nol Ions, atc.t to aH
points' K.ist. WiwI.'Vorth nml South, npply to
Oraddrom H. FDHD.OolumhnSjOhio. .
K. H. KI,I NT. flen. HnnorlntendDnt. .
oWMRH I'ATTKRSON, .
flfii. Ageut, Columbus, O.
EUGESE FOUD ', -
raaiengei1 Ajent, Coluiijliui, O,
unV-Xo. 4. leavinir Columbiia nt 4:10r. in.
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad.
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE.
Railway Time. Columbus & Hocking Valley Railroad. TIME TABLE. Took Effect on Sunday, May 28, at 12 M.
, ; . . TUrougk '..Car ; ... ,
From OOLTJUBUa (via Athem) to PORTSMOUTH
Over tho Oolumbnj & Hooking Valloy and
Marietta & Ciuclnuoti Bail Poa'. "
Columhug,... 8 60
. I.I AYE.
linvdenvlllo ' '
IiOKiin 11 0o
iSuK.ir Grove :(W
OmicaHtor . 8:17
N.d .nvillo,. 11 80;
PortsinoiHli without chnnge, nrrivinjf nt SIc.Af
tlmv lit at 2A2P.M.: Rnilt'iir for tho 8:(HJ l'.M
Curon fbc8:55A.M. Train runs through to
Tt'iun fi-om PortNiniuilh i'or Coluiiibus arrives
at Mu.rihiirntl3:8U P- u.
it;lose connci'timu miido at Ijangoxter for Cir-
cii'V.l.o, ,:iiips iifo, hiiuaii poinm on ins un.
ciniintl & Mnskinptun) Valley Hailwnv :
liri'ct conneotuiii Inado nt ("olnnibua for ray
lon, BprliiKlleld, ln.iunuiollH,' C'hiciiKO, and nil
poinlH West: nlno, fort'lowlnnd, Itiillalo, l'ltti
Imrii, riillmlelpliiu, Now York, and nil point)
East. i .
Connections lniule nt T.ORiin by both Train
with nil Train lor Shiii tsville und nil pointi
on thoStruitsvillo liran.'li. ',
J. AV. IOIIEHTY,
E. A. TitiRl.L.Gen'lTiekot As'U -.
KANSAS He MISSOURI
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
EXPRESS TRAINS DAILY O
RUN THROUGH FROM O
THE OHIO & MISSISSIPPI
Owned and o))crntcdhyonOomjmn.v fi'nni t'in
I'inniill to St. IjoOi. thtfi-cfoi-B pnsenffcra are
l'l:E olljclngunrricil tlirough without change
of curs , .
tlu possibility inoidi'iil loothi.r ronton (which
it iv mado up of spyorul Mlfort roiul) of mifsinn
connections, nml miiIiJciMiik Ihcir pusscngois to
Families and- Othel-g Seeking Homes
in tho ri. li valleys nml on the fertile prairies of
wettcm .Missouri, im.iisiis, aeurrtSKa, uiuorauo,
or the mure distant State ol'Coli loin in, will con
sult their own (merest hynllinx on oraihlrcis
in tho pn.lcriilxno.l,' Ciilfaotfiitf Aaent, ns a
louir rcaideupe fu tho wcslurn rountry huila
lniliiu'i'zcil li till with llio best localities.
This Route is 37 miles Sliortor than
Can ho pniclinod at nil the PrliH-liml Tlokft
DlllcuH of Connecting Lines, nml iu Cincinnati
nt the Oouerui Ollit-cs of tho C.uiipany,
1 10 Vine Street,
Broadway, Corner Front Strcot,
Main Street, COrner Levee, nnd at Da
pot Foot of Mill Street,
Co'n'tia'el f iVar ai aeiiirrr A'cent.'
110 Vln.' St., ( Iiicii.iiiiiI,-Ohi...
OHIO AND MISSISSIPPI
Tliecomnlell'in of tliu r.otiisvtllo Division of
this runiliinil tlie splnndld equipment tor pass
enger travel makes this tlm
E9SST ROUTE TO LOUISVILLE
.. . AND ALL POINTS
South and Southeast.
O TlLltUOC.lL TRAINS
O Da it).
With Direct Connections from tho East for
Louisville Without Change of Cars I
This' is the only rnml whose trniim lenve Cln-
clnnuri ami iiiiNsenKors are delivered at depots,
hotels or resiliences in I.oulsvillo FliClO.
Ask for Tickets via Ohio & Jliss.,
and take no others.
Can he pure.liaseilnt nil tho
Principal Ticket Offices of
CONNECTING LINES, AND til
At the ffoncrni o'ftlceaof the Company
119 VINU STULI3T,
Broadway, Corner l'ont Street,
Main St.. c.or..I.evee.. ..
and nt the .Depot, foot of Mill Street.
Contracting Pussnniror ARont,
111) Vino St., Cincinnati, Ohio.
ST. LOUIS AND CHICAGO.
SHORT LINE ROUTE.
1871 Spring & Summer Arrangements '71
Indianapolis, Cincinnati & Lafayette
The Orea'tTliroiiirli MallaiidExprcHi Pnssen.
irnr I,lno to Ht. I,ou s. Kansas City. 8t. .loseuli,
. l 1 ,...un'u ,,,,1 f 'nliit-itii,',
Ilcnvor, nn Krunmseo, aiulall poind in HisNou-
'J no sliiiiioHt nnu oniy mr.iri ronw in iiiiiiuu
apolii, l.afayette.'Terre llaiitH, Camlirldifo City,
aprinRlleld, 1'ooiln, Diii'linKlon, CIiIchk", Mil
waukeo, St. Tuul, add all points 111 tlie North
The Indianapolis, Cincinnati una j,nrnyeue
Hnilrond, with il ronnootloiis, now qfi'ors pas
nnKors inovo facilities In Tlirougli Condi and
loeiilnir Oar Hci'v'lcn than than any oilier line
'from Cincinnati, linvinir tho naVnntairo of
Tlirough Daily Cars from Cincinnati to At. Louis,
Kansas Oily, Ht. Joseph, 1'enrla, liuillnKton,
Uhieafr.0, Oniiilw, nnd all liitormeillntc points,
riresonllng to Oolonlsts and F nnllll('Hucn emii
orti and aeeiininiodulloni as lire aOol'tod hy
no other route.
Through Tickets and Bnggngo Cliccki to all
i Train! leave Clhclnnnti t7i00f, If.: 8:10 r. M;
t :0O. H and 10:00 . M
Tickets can lio ohlnlnoil at. No. 1 Durnat
House, eornor Third and Vlnn, Pnl.lln T.smllnir.
kcornor Main and Rlvcri also, nt Depot, corner
mm (inn roan Btrcots, Cincinnati, o. .
lie lure to purchase tickets via Indianapolis,
O. F, Moonn, p
. For All. Wha . Bead.' ,
Wa.cnn without heillallon, rocommeiul ATj.
PKN' KIIADY HOOK 1IIN llKIt as the hest wo
liavo ever seen for tlia purposes iniemlnd. Its
groat onnveninnot, perfect ailaptatinn to ao
many wants and Its very low prico will certain
Ir hrlnz it Into roinmou . If net universal use!
See udvcrtiMuient,' J2-Jy
The Post for 1872
rka -ironv will tie
frauffht with tinUsunl nblitiriat
interests to tlie people ipf the
wlifJle. countrttlerjebeing a
President and a Cbngrepa o
elect, beside! Several important
StatQ elebtioiis. !,'!
Upon, the result 61, that
eiectiori ' depends the future
well faro and perpetuity of our
They, crid best be .saved by
circulating among the voters
such newspapers as advocate a
tree: jiuerai, vousiiiunonai
In the fiitufo as in the .Ms
we shall continue to labor
unceasingly for a go'verment
' . . . . !
And at all times and under
all circumstances defend and
sustain such' a government
against all attacks, it matters
not what pretext may b'e s"et
up t6 accomplish its' over
WE WILL ADVOCATE.
The folloYing propositions
as essential to t he preservation
of our political institutions
against the machinations of
the unscupuloiis leaders of the
itanicai party: ,
1. The administrotion of th
Lroverment in consonance
with the pure arid patriotic
pnncmles laid down by tlu
founders of the Republic. ... . ,
2. Oposition to military
rule and dictation under any
prefext or alleged necessity.
3. Eqiial -rights to all citi
zens: including tho rights for
every citizen to be tried for an
alleged oifeiice, in the civil
.courts in strict accordance with
the letter and spirit of the
i. Free aud fai.i ' 61ections
everywhere, without rtitcr
.ferencfc by the President, or
'intimidation by Federal
o. Red need taxation, .bonest,
eCotto mii-fir goyefineufc; afid
Civil Service Reform.
G A financial policy tlmt will
not oppress the protltfcfive in
dustries ot the country.
7. An end fo lobby schemes,
monopolies atiif la'n'd grabbing.
8: A change 6'f t'he' public
administration . Jwd the over
throw of the cbfmora'nts who
are now depleting the public
9. The overthrow of the cor
rupt State, go'verment in the
South which impose heavier
burdens of taxation upon the
North by keeping half 'the
country in a., state of Bank
ruptcy and Poverty.
The Weekly Post.
Will not only reflect the
sentiments of the Dem6'6raic
party fearlessly, boldly and
with a decent firmness, but will
also be a vehicle of News.
Down to the hour of going
to press, including not only the
Live Stock Markets of. Pitts
burgh and Alleglieny, , but
every, principal point in the
HOME AND FOREIGN NEWS.
Will be made a speciality
while the Arts, Agriculture,
Science, Literature, Sec. tvill
each receive.. a proper share of
attention.. Ihe vyeekly .ost
is a forly-eight-coJomn, news
paper, printed ,011 the best
material, with clear nqw type
and wilf be published at the
RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION.
One copy 1 year,- -$2,00
In clubs of or liabre,- -1.50
An extra copy sent free
where the club exceeds ten.
The Daily Post by mail per
annum $8.00.' t. -
We ask all vlio desire to see
the principles above set forth
put' into practical operation, to
aiu.in ine woi-k uy suoscnoing
and procuring su'bscr iters for
The Weekly Post: Specimen
copies sent free on application.
Adres'a Jas. P. Barrfc Co., -
- Druiikl lounfi man, did
you., ever , stop1 to tHirik how
teri-ible tliat word sounds?
Did voii ever' think '. ithatt
rriisery you b'fdiigbt upon your
friends vvlien you degraded
i vvuen yon ucg'auU1
manhood by. getting
. 1 J P . c
Drunk! IIo'vv- thu
word . rings in, the ear ot. c
rings in, the ear of
lovinri .Av.iie. How it make
the heart of ft mother bleed.
How it crushes the ridpe's ot$&
father: and brings shame and,
rerirriarb linn'n HistHi-s: Drunk
See him as he leans againstiog
house. . He stands ready Jo
fall into the jawsof hell,', m
conscious as to his approacn
ingfate. The wife, Hb
aching heart, sits at the wiridiw
to hear her husband's foot
step3--bu't . they come rot
lie is druuk! He is spundirg
the means of support for liquor
while his family n starving 'or
bread,' his children for clothing.
Drunk His , reputation, is
going, gone. , Ilis friends one
by one a'ro leaving him to his
fate, lie goes down to' his
grave "unnouored ana
A brother editor was sitting
1 ki .
in iris orace, one niter noon
some years ngo, when a farmer
tnend came in and said:
"Mr. M , I like vour
paper but times are so herd I
cannot pay for it."
"Is that soy friend Jones?
I'm very Sorry to hear that you
are so poor; u you are so Lard
run I will
give you my
"un, no I
I ca'ri't taket it as
"Well, then, let's see Iibw
we can hx it. xou raise
chickens; I believe" .. .
'xes, a few, but they don t
bring anything, hardly." r
"Don 't they t JN either does
L . I . 1
my t paper cost . nnytinng,
hardly. No'w I Live a pio-
posrtiori to make to you. I
will continue your paper. and
when you go home' y6'u miy
seiecs irom your lot one
thicken and Call her mine.
Take' fibo'd ca'ie of, h'er and
bring me the proceeds whether
in eggs or chickens, and we
will call1 it square;
UA11 right1 brother M ;'
and the old fellow chuckled at
what he thought a capital
bar "rain: He kept the con-
ract strictly, and at the end of
the year found that lie, had
laid about four 'prices for his
A. i SI 1 . I !
paper. Jie otterr tells the lOKe
on himself,' a'nU says he never
ias had the face to &iy he was
too' n'o'of to ta'kfi a ninsr isinee
A smart swindler ft'amed
Hoover has been arrested at
Washington, in the Treasury
Department, for obtaining
money under laise pretenses,
It atmears he re ore Sen ted to
some ladies that he would, for
obtain them situations' in the
Department, and informed oth
ers emoloved there that
charges' had been . preferred
against tuem, hut tor certain
sums' of money he Would have
the charges' withdrawn.
Several ladies were duped
by the swindler;
The Pittsburgh Post sayB
that with conflagration in the
West,- an'd m'a'rtial law in the
South whole districts depop
ulated by the ravages of fire
Rad ical "reconstruction"
Europe sending food to our
suffering women and children
it would' seem that' the na
tion is being 6Courgedfor its
eins; 'May we as a people.
profit by the chastisement of
tue instruments, seiectcu -i,uu
incendiaries and' the President-
The' Lbs- Anglos' (Cali
fornia) grand jury have .toiind
thirty-fiv6' mdictmenta for the
Chinesse massacre , and
severely censured the munici
the female suffrage Jaw;-
jemale suffrage was adopted
'J r rn . . -i
in, ;Hyo)ning xerriiory Eoon al
ter its organization as a sort of
advertisement for the Territb-
f 1 I o "
, female jurors were im-
panrieled as an .advertisement
" j? LV "
Territoritjl Court. Then the
n ' i f 1 1 rn . . .1
Governor of the Territory ad
vertised hinisel by maiiitaJnihg
the" i ight and expediency of
the female vote in his message
'.The common senses of the Ter-
ntory lias taken a hand in this
advertising business by repeal
rertidti'ded to tbehoufleholailu-.
DvA AO V lit? 1 4 T CsVA. (1(1(1') Ul'U
tiQii. The glory , of W3'oining,
which has offered such a
nificent text for, the Shrieking
Sisterhood has departed.
In our present enlightened
and . uiioppresslive tariff, the
wool of which .carpets are made,
and which are very largely con
Slimed by the .carpet monopo
lists, is taxed 287 7 8 per cent.;
but the ingrained carpet, is tax
ed 55 3-8 per cent, Thus, the
farmer . Las just one-half the
protection that is extended to
the rich manufacturer. lie
must sell his wool in a rh'arket
beaten, dpwu by the competi
tion of the cheap wools of Aus
tralia and the Cape, and must
l "' 1 A
oiiy. nis nimsy American in
grain in a market exorbitantly
taXiid by ifuty, freight and gold.
Ihe carpet which sells in lon
don for fifty cents per yard,
costs the Indiana , and Ohio
farmer one dollar and a half.
Ex-Senator Alien sold this
week, to Mr. Julius Yoe.atter,'
of Pittsburg," one hundred and
ninety head of fat cattle, raised
on his Fruit Hill farm, which
averaged in weight 1,431
pounds, at about five dollars
per hundred, rcceivih'g for the
lot S13.530. The Major lias
still about twenty-three head
for sale, As they were fatten
ed alm'ost entirely tipon grass,
they yielded a very han'dsbme
margin.' Major Allen is one
of the few statesmen who are
successful ; business men:
[Chillicothe Advertiser, Nov.
Half a dozen students of
Cornell University, havifig
been fined by the civil authori
ties for lifting gates,' the Facul
ty suspended them for a year,
and ordered them to leave town
within five days an edict
wjiich created great excitement
among the rest of the six' hun
dred -students, who held a mass
meetingjdenouncing the Facul
ty, ahd enlisted pu'blic sympa
thy to' such an extent that the
college authorities are deliber
ating on the expediency of ex
ecuting the rnaudate.'
A remarkable missionary ex
pedition sailed from New York
last Thursday for Equader.
The party consisted of six of
the largest boys from the Cath
olic Protectory at Westchester
a' carpenter,' a blacksmith,' a
ma'chinist: an .engineer,1 and a
shoemaker: and js under the
direction- of Brother Tellow, of
tho same institution its intent
being to' teach th'e natives of
that country .the mechanical
'arts and farming. All relig
ionists may lesrn from the ad
mirable missionary plans of the
uuurcil unaer wiiose auspices
these apostles of civilization
A prettyrich young widow
was regarding herself lately at
mirror iu , her chamber,
while for the fiirst time trying
on , ner winuow s cap.
"Behold," she exclaimed, "the
real cap of liberty."
Mrs. Edwin M. 'Stanton
resides" tix Gcrmnntown,
Pennsylvania; ; She is said to
have a'n income of seven
thousln'd dollars a year from
the Stanton Fund.".
Hair-pins to matcbTthe' color
of the haiif are coming M6
Sardines are cautrht from.
July to November., nlofig the
men sell theni by the thousand.
The curer employs large
numbers pfwpraen,' who cut off
the heads of the. fish j wash and
salt theni:.'" The fish are then
dipped into boiling ' oil for a
few moments, - arranged; in
various sized boxes, filled up
with the finest olive, oil, sol
dered down, and then placed
in boiling oil for some. time.
Women: burnish the tins; the
labels are sometimes enameled
on the tines, jwhich are after-
I wards packed in wooden cases,
generally conta.ining.v,ry one
hundred tins, and iheri they are
ready for export. The catbh
has been slim this year.
A tale of California; : "We,
the five hundred emigrants,
quietly marched to the justice's
court and demanded the pris
oner. They refused., .to -give
him up. We, the: five hun
dred emigrants,'. took him, tried
him, condemned him, and hiing
hirti on the same tree he . had
murdered his victim under.
'Farewell, vain world,'
and left him
there. We, the five hundred
emigrants, followed the. mule."-
The jury im the Horace
Howes contested will .case, at
San Francisco, have rendered
a verdict that the testator was
insane'., The will is. void .under
this decision. t The Mount
Eigle University fails, and the
immense estate goes to the
widow and children.
The snow in the valley . of
the Republican river, Nebras
kn, is teported to be two feet
deep, .and a large number of
people have been frozen. One
party was lbund of seven men
frozen to death. All railraod
trains are delayed in cbnse
quence of the snow,
Prospectus of the Land
A wccklv newspaper will pub
lished, nt Mh'idae, AYaiibunsQo.
connlv. KnnsAs. at ?2 per 5vcar to
single subscribers or ?1.50 to clubs
of ton or more, $1.25 to clubs not
i than twenty. All clergymcri,
teachers, lawyers, doctors and busi
ness men generally, and postmas
ters, aro agents nnd will boHojvod
to retain 25 per .6eht. the first year
on sub'scrip'tiona. . .. i
,Tho paper will not be merely lo
cal but State nnd national. It will
adh6i"6 to', tlie ancient landmarks
with tho modern chances lor the
It .will advocate a new location 6'f
tho National Cn pi tol distant from
all approaches of tho enemy to a
central position in tho republic nnd,
thoref'oro, oppose further. unnecesT
sary outlnyB of ni6iey whoro the
Capitol now is.
2nd. Tho Land Mark will ndvo-
'cato and encourngo tho settlement
of our domain, by inviting indus
try and capital with a judicious sys
tem of internal improvements.
3d. It will urgo n'po'n Congress
and the coutitfy tho justic6 and ex
pediency Of immediate legislation
for the benefit of the soldiers of the
republic, securing to thorn, in time,
their Just proportion of the public
lands us a recognition of their suf
fering nnd dbvotion.
4th. It will advocate a change
in the mode of "appointing;' Uni
ted States Senators, eo ns to elect
them by the peoplo.
5th. It will urgo ns a maltor of
convenience and public safety, that
the President be elected by the di
rect vote. ,., ,
We hnvo avoided nny high Bound
ing titles for pur pnper.'nnd shall
labor.to preserve, the anciofit! fra
tcrnizinfr and land , marks,, socially
and politically, so fur an . they may
bo compatible with tni progress jf
tho ago. . .
Correspondence is solicited,
We start 6'ri't with & sovin column
paper, wiljh' the wiBh to enlarge as
may be justified. H will bo neatly
printod on good papor.
Let us worU to perpetu'alo what
,has been bq nobly
EPHRAIM H. SANFORD.
A new source of Radical
rcvenW was . tapped in
Washington the other day, by
Gnfng' a man,, n Republican, $5
for cursing "President ' Grant."
It is thought bv sonie (hat this
might t6 m.ade a very prolific
of revnue ior tno naaicais, n
cases of .the kind could be
made generally available' ...
A Word to Girls.
The .woman who js indifferent
to her looks is'o .triie woman:
God meant . women attractive
to look whVf to jilese,' jfld,it
is one of lier duties to carry out
this intention of her Maker.
But that dress is to ; do, nt all,'
and to suffice, is more than we
ban,; be, brought) to believe:
Just because we do love toisee.
the girls loak well, as well as
live to some purpose) wewoii,i.q1
urge upon them sucli.a coursp
of reading and study as . will
confer such charms as no mod
iste can pupply. A wellknpwn
author once wrote a very pre
ty esiay on the;, power of edu
cation to beautify. ' That , it
absolutely chiseled theafip.PQs!
that he had seen many a clum
sy hose and a thick pair of lips'
so modified by thought awak
ened an(3 active sentiments s
to be unrecognized. And "ho
put it on that ground that w$
so .often see people ibm'ely
and unattractive in youth bloom
in middle life into a .softened.
Indian summer of good looks'
and mellow tones, yl
fortunes are made - by advertis
ing, but ' it is not everybody
that knows how to advertise.
When you do advertise, do it
with a nerve jb. it strong.
Business is. like architecture
its best supporters are columns
advertise persistently,' don't
take it by fits and starts; keep
pegging away and. you are
bouud to have a hearing. If
yon ar,e worthy of patronage,
don't. be afraid to tell it. .If
you have cheap goods let the
people know ii. , Talk right;
and like a man, don't b'e afraid
of hurting somebody's feelings
or spending a feV dollars too
much: :, .
An unprecedented stale of
things exists- in the diplomatic
world at Rome jnst .now.
Whore, are .two set of ambassa
dors representing inani of the
great powers on'e for tho
Pope,' the other for the King.
The P,ope is reported to have.
said that lie will not receive
the agent of any power whioh
accredits; an agent also to
The new toad tov presents a
fae-simile of a toad ensconced
a little housTe. at the end of
an oblong tin platform. He is
impa?sive, and apparently in
capable of motion, but tempt
lrini by placing ti penny on .tho
stand nt the opposite end of
the platform, and, with the
peed of lightning, he springs,
forward, seizes the penny and
Common sweet cider
down to one-half, makes' a' most"
excelfent syrup for coughs an'd.
colds fur children! is pleasant
the taste, and will keep for
year in a cold cellar. Id re
covering frbm nn illness, tho
system has a craving for sonio.
pleasant acid .drink: This is
found in cider which is placed
the fire as soon a9 made,
and allbedl to come to a boil,
then cooled, put in casks, and
kept lit a cool cellar.
If women would cultivato
their minda wore, thejv would
be more companionable to
intelligent nien. many a
husband goes out for his
enings,-many a lover tides' of
his betrothed, because he finds
her conversation insipid.
Ladies', try not only to, look
pretty,' but to talk well also1; H
In Californa, the electio'n for
State .Senator in San; Luie,
Obispo county,; id iucceetl,
Romaleo Pacheco' elected
Lieutena'n Governb'r," resulted
the choice of James Vaughn,
De'rn'o6rat, which' gives tho
Democrats a' clear majority in
the Senate. The' session com- '
meh'ces' in December.
The poorest educatji'on iba
teaches self-control ia" better
than the' best that ucglcbts it '