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Vimv. IN. riilsbarga, flnriaaatt t.aWals Kauroara. PA ttXXDLE ROCTfc. On and alter Bftnday, Jane Sflrt, Trains Will run M follows: doing rmU wxru FAST LIWB. SZPBKHS. Leave Pittsburgh A. M. 9:30 A. X. 2:00 p. . Arrive Burnetotown S:27 NUiiibonville 4:10 Oudis Juno. 5:3 1 Doium 8:4i N. Com'st'n 7:V1 " t-afr ' 11:15A. . 4:11 1 . W:lSf. fc. & "J 1.01 :15 " ' 1:54 " 7:11 1 ,.4: . ttl. " 1 ; 3:41 " .40 ' firOO " 11:15 " Coshocton 8:S Newark. 10:15 ''jluinbu "11 :5 V UolaR Kaat. MAIL PAST L.I51. P.imES", Leave Columbus 2:15 F. M. 11:20 A. K. "2-C A. M. Arrive Newark. :'.V1 " .11:20 p. X. 3:20 Coshocton '6:25 " . 1:50 4:50 " N. Com'st'n : " " 2:27 " 5:31 " Dennison 0:50 " 3:00 " 8:15 " CadixJuno. a.fl) 8:55 " 7:25 " Hteubonville 0:30 " 6:05 " 8:a0 " Murgetsto'nl0:2 " 9:44 " Pittsburgh 12:00 nlpht 7:05 p. M. 11:10 " ' CADIZ URANCH.- ' Leave Cudla 4:45 A.M. 9:00 a.m. 4:25 p. m At' Cadiz J., 7:30 " 9:45 " 5:10 " IkveCadir.J.7:45 S:0lM.. fi:30 " Ar' Cadis 8:30 '4:05 " :15 CADIZ ACCOMMODATION. Leave Cadiz Junction thVj a. m. Arrive at Stenlioiivllie ' ' 11:15 . Leave Steuben villa 2:00 p. M. Arrive at Cadiz J unction 3:15 " Spbciat. Noticr. Express train run dally. Mail and Fast Liue dally, Sandays excepted. . ' 8. F. SCULL, W. W- Cahi, Goii. Ticket Agent. SupU 8teubenville, O.. Steubenville, O- NOTICE ........ TO , . . TAXPAYERS. You will please bear in wind that I can not wait upon them all during the last week f tha time BpeciBed by law for receiving Taxes and if they will consult their own 0')nveniunce they will call early before tho i:isli continences'. , , , 11'!h1 Receipts ma-it bo proiented' on or liefore December 20ih as thry will not bo i coiveJ after that time.. ELIASFOUST, Treasurer Harrison County, Ohio. Nov. '2nd 1?S. .Nov. 4. lEflfUj. - ' TkACIIEH'S Examination. Thero will hi a special Examination of Teacher's in C.iui, on Saturday, Nov. -fiSth, at 9 o'clock. Thin Examination is intended V for 'eachrrs whose certificates expire before the laiit Thursday of February, 1 809. By Order of Hoard. 2t. W. T. Meiot, Clerk. Thanksgiving. There will bo no services in trio 1st Prw iyterian Church rest Sabhath f22nd, ) There will bo preaching at 11 o'clock "oft Yhuraday 2Gth, Thanksgiving diy. M. GUIMfiS. The Weed. Those who read the premiufti fist &A veck, no doubt took notice to the fact that ho Weed Sewing M ichino took the first jmunium. It is the Amplest constructed machine we have seen, and "less liable to i"-t out. of order. John Coowull is gent : jr this county. Tempflrimee Leclnre. i )r. Charles Jewett, of Connecticut, Yiil ieturo on tho subject of Temperance, nt tho lt Prcabytcria church, Cadiz, on1 liext Monday cvenitifr, Noveiiber 23rd, ; , Tt. Jewott is considered by many as ono of the very best lecturers in the country upon ;he mbjnct of Temprrance. It' is a great jilcasure K listen to a good leeturo upon any subject, but the subject of Tempcranco forces ilaelt upon the attention of all, and jieshcuses an interest wliieX can bo telt upon but few topics. Let there ; be a general attendance. Lodges of Oood Templars in the county are invited, and a full turn out is expected. Btt3"e Prospectu of tint well known publication, Harper's Monthly Magazine. It utands a head-and shoulder ahead of any niiuilar publication in tho fcrtnntity Forfoar our neighbor night forget it, we will say that the scurviest trick over played in this county, was the one which was consummated tho bight before tho Oc tober election. We don't wish Bingham or him to forget it. : Wo thus "stir up their jmre minds by way of remembrance." BGood Preaching. Rev. John B. Clark, of Pittsburgh, preached at the Unit ,cd Presbyterian , Church on last Sundny evening. s It is" seldom wo have heard a Bprraon so full of practical Christianity coin-. bined with such fervid eloquence as the dis course to which we listened. TrarDelinnnent subscribers &fu especially requested to read a notico at the head of our editorial columns, Under the caption "A Dun." ; Propkr Credit. In noticing our new Union School building a few weeks siticci wo noglected to notico that the carpenter work was Mono: undr the supervision of those excellent workmen, and clever gentle men, IX. M. Bryan & Bno. The carpen ter work on the School-house is of the very best a credit to the building and to th( intelligent skill of both workmen and over ser. It will compare in this respect, with any building in Eastern Ohio. If there be ny of oar readers contemplating the erec lion of a building, cither for dwelling or other purposes, they would do well to sub mit or reeeivo propositions from workmen of skill, like the firm of Bryan & urdi PettrnoilI;, Bates & Co., of New York, proposes to establish a new rural and family weakly paper, to be called the Hearth nnd Ilomt, tho first number to be issued in January.. It will be. devoted "to all that certains t country life in its broadest Bsnse." 5 Donald a. Mitchell "Ik Mar vcl'1 is to be editor-in-chief, assisted by the boat newspaper talent in the market. yve have no doubt toe nearm ana. Home will be an entire success. The publishers are already well and favorably known to the newspaper world as aaong the bes and most reliable advertising agents in tho country.; BaTho Didaskalon Society - of the McNclcy Normal School will celebrate its Tenth Anniversary in the tlyumasiuni Hall, IIipcdalcFiilay, Kov, 20th, 1863. " K.Wa hare rrtnrrel from our Salt River trip. The climate 4 not agree with ns in the delicato state of oar health. The "tidal wave' wh:ch took as up, had '"back action, and we have tcWroed to see what Viod of a ' Peace" the Radicals ate to give us. We hope "Earthquakes" is not one of its ingredient. Perhaps t is only ''high taxes" and special exemptions for the rich, IF this is so, it may be very "peaceful" to the rich, bat not very much so to the masses. Some may think we should have stayed longer, bat we felt constrained to come back for Xur ' Thanksgiving Tur key," and the 8th of January Convention. We have taken up our headquarters at the Sentinel office, and wo cordially invite our friends to call and see us. We give an especial invitation to our delinquents. Ma ny of them are strangers to , and we de sire their acquaintance. We will say to such that we are still in favor of "More Greenbacks." Explosion f Gunpowder. Sixteen hundred kegs of gunpowder, pil ed up nenr Granly Ford. Nevada, tor the use ol the Central Pacific Railroad, Were accidentally exploded a tew duysgo. The explosion of the whole nms was instantane ous, and the havoc made immense. The power magazine was in tho camp where hun dreds of men ate and slept, ami the ground between the wapims whicti browght tho pow der was coveted to'tfre dopth o',' several inch es witk ttio powder Which leaked from the kegs. The explosion was believed to fcave been caused by Prichari. one of the killed, igniting a match on a wheel of one of the wagons standing in h-ffnt of the magazine. The killed ate A. Prrcbard, Geor.e Jloth l(C, and three Chia&e; U. B. Hammond, Richard Shilinf,-" Strobridge, an un known man and sere ral Chinese were repor ted to have been blown one hundred yards. Most of tha horses and mules in the wagons near the ma'gazino were blown to atoms, and one twelve-inu'e team WM entirely des troyed. TriE sentiment expressed by Mayor Hoff- man, Governor elect of New York, are gen erally accepted by tho Democratic narty: "hot the -people everywhere for awhile lay aside nil bitterness atid strife. We need peace, harmony, union and rest, and not continued straggle ftfcd discord. Let us strive to build ur, and not' destroy. The mass of tho pe'oulo seek on!v the cood of tho country, tha't thry may have rest lifter t aireat struggle." The National Intelli- j genecr says. " the llcnricrattc. party, we need not say. is ignite IVee M treat the new President according to his nets, to sustain him in a wise and conciliatory policy and wo are sure, from abfttdant testimony, that it will judge him with candor and Kberstity. Denting with the new ndmhvistrfitinn in this spirit, both their friendship and opposition, as either may became necessary, will have a double force.0 Tho N. Y. Garotte says "it is important that every atrempt to press further demands upon States wnich have been restored to the Union be promptly and firmly discouraged." If both parltes will stick to these grounds e may hope for bet ter times. Boton. lost. A FarCR. Happening in' Charlestown on Thatsday las't, Wo had an opportunity of witnessittg a West Virginia election (!) this township Or district formerly polled be tween 500 and 'K votes. The registration books this yeat, as furnishod to the super visor, enntoired the names of fifteen voters, nil told. Theso were of coarse deemed $oym. The poils wore opened, the election progressed, and At sun-set elevrh patriots had exercised the privilege of tho ballot. The Bads tnado n nvistuke, hnwovcr, in calculating upon so larce a proportion of loyalty in that district for omy ?feo of the eleven voted the R.id cal ticket. It was the mos1'. farcical of all the election farces ever enacted in West Virginia that 'bastard off spring of a politioa.1 rape." Winchester 'Iimcs. I'C is estimated that about 500,00.000 lean pencils arc usea every year, in tier- many, where tho pencil trade is 11104 flour ishing, there are several manufactories, the largest of which is at Stein, kept by the Fa her Brothers. It is n family business Wtli'tjiem. their father and grandfather bo ing engaged in it before them, and has been carried on until the name ol Fabcr, as a pencil maker-, is fftnowmvf. There are sev eral manufactories in this country, where nearly all the work .s done by machinery; but in Germany the pencils are mostly made by hand. Deftlh of' Ex-Governor Tod. ClVFLAND. O., November 13. 1808. Er-Governor Tod died very suddenly at eight o'clock this morning, at his residence in Youngs-town, Ohio, of heart disease. He had got readv to come to Cleveland, when suddenly feeling ill, in the act of leaving the house, he returned, bud down noon his bed, and in a few minutes aftcrwatd Was a corpse, His age wad bctwoon dO and TO year-?. 85&.See prospectus of that staunch Dem1 ocratic paper, the Ohio Statesman. GREAT lCTl5SAtil5. Samuel Timmons, will offer at Auction, on next Saturday, the 2Nt inst., his entire stock of Saddles, Bridles Harness, Whips, Saddler's Hardware, and everything in bis shop, except workman's tools. A great chance for bargains. Sale to continue fr im day to day till all is sold. Wasted. A small sized vimlet holo. Apply to Wm. II. Arnold, or Horatio Scy uioiir. Republican. Also: A largo hnny hile. Apply, to U. S. Grant, or Knox & Weir. One need ed a little larger than in Use ut presant. Winter. The sharp trotts, tho chilling Winds, the falling leaves, nil indicate that winter is here. Are you prepared for it? or have you purchased your winter clothing? It not, go to J. Brilles' and examine his stock. He can fit you out at pribes defying cotu petition. . JSrTninks, Umbre'las, and a full line of Gents' Furnishing goods, such as Gloves, Suspenders. Collars, Cuffs, Neck-Tics and brittish half hose fof sale at pnpular prices, at tho Clothing Store of EAG LESQN k ttRO' S. JfSpManner keeps the bust of Chewing Tobacco Try it. BSuAt the late fkifj the handsotocst ladies pfBreht Were adorned with Jewelry bought of Clark and Ramsey. Tbey have the best. ' For Sale. The dwelling formerly owned by Samuel Slemtuons, deceased, is tor stile at a borgain, It is located In tho Central part of the town, is cotnhiodiolis, having thirteen good roomi, and oVerytbitig is in good repair. Apply soon, to M. J. Brown, at the Harrison National Bank. tf&'Pctersnn's Magazine offers great at traction for 1869. For original Novelets by distinguished'aulhcrs. It is the cheapest magazine id the country. Terms $3 pur year. JiSrWe are in receipt of Godcy for Do- oember. It is tho best, and therefore tho I cheapest. Terms U per year, BftOrsfe 1ft the States. We have been taught the new doctrine by the Radical Mess and speakers that the States have ho rights which ("Vingress so long as they control it is bound to respect. Congress is to be supreme. It can make and unmake, endow and disestablish, grant aad take away. Bat unfortunately for the preachers of this doctrine, th are not ful ly supported by their text. The second ar ticle of the Chicago platform awrts for a part of the States a eontrnaed exclusive right to regulate the qualifications of suf frage, whila declaring that the mhi r part has last it. We thus see State right main tained in certain caies, whatever niy bo come of the in others. And the fact that, they are ttins maintained ap admission that trrey tatmort lie tnftrped. In the very S(ft of itrttib.inir fiver a Portion nf the State, the Radical platform is compelled to confess trie inherent soundness nt the gener a! principle whieli tV party Kcoffs at a a rule. They are reluctant witnoss-s against the very d.ctrine which they would enforce upon thoso over whew they have the pow er. This shameless inconsistency should alone subject it to the con lumnation of the peo ple. Radicalism declares that the States which did not take part in the rebellion" shall be left inviolate in their local right to regulate the q-isiion of saTrage; while the States that were so engaged shall be strip ped of that rtght entirelv. What aggra vates the usurpation, is the fact that in the States that are denied their customary right, the question of suffrage is of vital moment, considered in reference to every local or personal interest,, -while in the States in tfhich the right is Vft untouched, the question Would exeice bat trifSing inter est as a practical ono. The Northern States have but few negroes to be made voters, and thev have almost tw.ininioiislv yefo In ariint fA nrivi!pfrf t?"heie.as the Southern States, wnete rirfcro suffrage is of the nifi-iiftst eoneerA to the ronul itton. are to have Weed upon them what their tem porary tyrants YyfnW themselves to ondu-e. Such is the justice and equality of Radical ism; and lest the poople of the South may not be sufficiently humiliated, or provoked to the very highest decree of indiftiation. the black votets have been supplied with arms and marched from town to town to overawe men whom the dominant party in Congress has deliberately disfranchised. This i a new road to peace, and a novel way to test ore the Union. There n still another noint to tins forced negrr-sunVa:e business that merits carelul attention. 1 ho Kailio.iU contend that the negro of the South must be either a chattle nr a cit;Z!n; 1 forco their rti, but tiny are careful not to eoi-y into praciiee in States over which thev h ive control at home. The Macks of tho North have for more than half a c ntury been, free, bat they have not been citizen, save in a very f w instance-". And it has novel been thought m-eessaiy to make them ci'izens in ord;r to secure to them the enjnvmoit of all their personal rights. The law proteets them as i' pro tects everybody else. CStfl rights And eiti tnnship hive been held to be distinct mat ters. The Whole qiiesiron is one for each State to answer separately to itself, con sulting its own v;ew dud inti rests before the orders or directions' of arty party nr any Congress. This is precisely what the Chicago platform permits tho Northern States to do, while it denies so plain a right to the South. On such a yilatlorm therv can be no Union, because there is no equal ity. The D imoerats demand that the S'ates shall be left to themselves. With all their in herent rights anil piWers unimpaired; and on this basis the are confident that Union can be restored and made perVminent. We trust that the new A 1 ministration will show itself substantially of the s-ima mind. It arroiTU) bb f.vk'iv M an's Aim to CEL. This was the aim of Dr. J. W. Po land in compounding the grat remedy. Hu mor Doctor. Those who have used it in the worst cases of Scrofula cheerfully give him the meed of praise. Sold by M. L Miller & Co , Steulienville Ohio. ' Altt-nfloifk! All persons indebted to tho undersigned by note or otherwise are hereby notified to call at wneo and settle the t&n6 or I shall be compelled to have the muio for collec tions. I nean what T pay. Doersvillo Nov. 14th, IJmt!. J T. CLARK. BflSU.T. Urijles is -selling CLOTHING at wholesale rriees Such an opportunity to purchpee fine pnd well-made Clothing has never be offered to the people of Cadiz and vicinity. A glance at our stock and figu-es will convince all that our prices are really 25perWnt lower than any other in this section possibly offers. We wan, to reach the people the poor as well as the rich. Our stock is now large and complete, and an early call will se.-ure the first choice. M A E B IB D On the 6th irtt., by Hev. W, T. Meloy. Mr. J NO. D. M I TO 1 1 IS and Miss LIZ IK KYLK, all of Harrison county. On the 20tli nit-.-, at the bride's .residence, Now Athens. Ohio, b'v Rev. Joseph Oledhill, Mr. JOHN F. AI.rtWIN and Mrs. MAR OA HUT N. KICHIdK. On the 5th inst., ftt tho Sirnn House, by Rev. W. M. ti rimes, Mr. (IHoUC.K HOW KLL, to NANCY ANKRKN, all of Har mon County. "ITnqnpatlonitbly the bt s:i4ta!ii' ed work ol' the kind in tti Wdrld." II A u"PE R ' S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE, Critfatt Notices of the Press. The most popular Monthly in the World New York Observer. We must rofor in terms of eitliaV to the high tone and varioi exo lhit-w" Of H ii--pe?s Miigaslrto-a jrtilrn d wit Ii a monthly circulation of about 170.00J copies in whose pilJoS aro to be found soiiie Of tllo choicest liuht and general rending Of the rtuy. We speak ot 'bis work as ail evi deiiee Of the culture1 Of the Amorii-a i Ptso Dle: and the rldoiilarit y it has uoouired is merited. Haeli numiior contains fuily 1-11 fiages of reading matter, appropriately il ustriatod with good wood-outsi and itcoin- bines in itself the racy monthly and thO more phiosophical riuarterly. blended with the host t'eatil res of the daily journal. It has greatpowoi in tho disHe'minntion of a love or pure literature; rumor's uuiuo to Ainorieati Literature, London, We enn aeoount for its success only by tno simple root mat is meets precisely' me popultrr tasto, furnishing a vaiioty of pleas ing and instructive reading for nU.ftiou'S Herald, Boston; SUBSCRIPiToXSl.-lSGfJ. TERMS: Habpeh's MAOt.isiiNK, one year .1.; St 00 Art Extra Copy of either the Magazine, Weekly, or Bazar will be supplied gratis for every Club of Five Subscribers at 1 00 each, in one remittance.) or Six copies for 0 00. Subscriptioris to Harpers Magazine Weekly, and Haaar, to one udilress tor 0110 year, ?10 00; or, two of Harpers Periodicals to one auiirvss, lorone year, 91 in. Kuek numbers van be supplied at any time. ' A Ctmiplete Set, now coinp'-lninsf Tlill'ty seven Volumes, in neat cloth binding, will be sent by express, freight at expense of purchaser, for 2 25 per volume, Single volumes, by mail, postpaid, $i 00. Cloth cases, for bindiug, 0- cunts, ;by mail posts paid. The postage on Harper's Magazine in 24 cents uyeai, which must bo paid at the sub scriber's post-olllco. V Subscriptions sent from British North American pruvincies must be accompanied with 21 cents additional, to prepay United Stats postage. Address UAKl'ttU Jt JiltOTUERS, New Yuk. narteaa sprtol Cvltege. . fhe Winter Una opoos November 25th, 13fi8, and continues 16 week. This is now well eatrblUh'd, and good facilities are offered for acquiring a thorough and com plete education ia both Classical and Scien tific Departments. The Departments are the CWieal, (em btsciag both Ancient and Modern Lan ruages,) the Scientific, tha Commercial and Tesehets Course. Tho.' wishing to study accounts cin do so here, as thoroughly ami much cheaper than at a Commercial College, and Ix-sides will have the advantages cf tre Literary SiH-ieties. ami review oilier stnd'u not in tha Commercial Crfurso. We intend to give special attention to the Teacher's Course. To Arithmetic (Mental and Practical,) Lmd Algebra, with the most approved methods of teaching tV,em. Geography. (Modern and rhysicd.) to gether with Natural Philosophy, Chemis try. Zio'ogy and Astronomy English Grammar and Analysis, with History, Criticism, Science of Government, eet. Theory and Practice by Lectures. Experience as well as obseVyitiori will teach us that in orcer to su'-cectt in this as in everything else, we mn-t be trained for the work. Not only to barely succeed, but if wo wi.-h to rise in the profession and re ceive a compensation that, will justify its in following it, we must PREPARR ourselves. For full particulars concerning boarding, room" eet.. send for a Catalogue of address It. II 1IOWEY, B. S., President. Harlem Springs College, Harlem Springs Ohio. . Acutk Afpfction of the Lungs, Chest, Throat and Kidneys are easily cired by Ris ing White Pine Compound. For sale every where. o IIIO I'OUXDRY WAREKOON. OLt) STAND. Cor, Bank Allpy and Market St., STEVBFNVILLK, OHIO. W. Ii. SIIAKP & SON, MANUFACTCBEnsof Cooking, l'urlurand hentiiiij S T O "V E3 S . ls.ro.nnw making the CELEilR.Vf Efr S13N" TiNKIj. tlie bost Farm Stove made for ood And coal, with or Without tho put9nt extet'.'tion top nrtrt attuohed oven. Also a largo vai'My of the best Cooking stoves, among which are tno Victory, Quaker nnii National, for coal: Live Oak and State of Kmpire, for wood. FIRE FRONTS. All sizes of Orates, Fenders, Iron railing, Hollow ware. Wagon boxes, Sugar kettles, Kiirm bells, fee. Points for the Pittsburgh plows, wholesale and retail. Orders for custimra solicited and promptly tilled all of which wo furnish at the lowest figurers. We ulso inanufiu ture, in connection with the ubove, for wholusalo and retail, uten sils of TIN, COPPEH AND SHEET-IRON. We aro prepairod to fill all orders for work of this kind with which we may b favored. W. L. SHARP & SON. Hteubenville, Nov. 18, 18t8- lyr. OOK out rii.vnoAi.si GOOD GOODS AT POPULAR "PRICES! K. W. Kissur,., ,B. P. MAifriKi.n, K.W. IIHSSY & C3 are Vow receiving their SEC0STB STOCK FA.JXj and winteb GOODS! Those ffortds lmvo been selected with great. ;are and purchased low .for cash, wuicli enaoies us to ouor saint) Decided Bargains! to tho trade, full line ot Embraced in our stook is a DRESS GOOD3 or TUB LATEST STYLES or T Ii U SEASON. Alao a spljndid liuo of CLOTHS, CASlMERES AND WINTER GOODS For ltioti aiid boy's woar. Also, HATS, CAPS and QUE E Iff SW ARE. Alsoo nice assortment of C'AKl'F.TS and Olti-ULO l'US. In tho Notion Department, we hav a full assortment Gall and examine our stock, which we will show with pleasure, and you will bo con vinced that un examination will insiiro our selling to yon. Our terms will suit you. K. W. KINSEY & CO. Nov. 18-li68. T EGALi NOTICE UILBERT THOMPSON and his wife, Elizabeth Ann Thompson of the State of Iiidinilri.aro hdreby notilied that Hamilton King has ttomtrtoilced an action against thorn in the Coiirt of Common Pleas of Harrison county Ollioi the object and prayer of which Petition is, to recover Judgment against said Oilbert Thompson on his promissory note to said Hamilton Klnc, for $1277,77 with interest from April 1, LS08, and nlsc for nn order to soli tho mortgaged preiniHeg,,ln said County of Hur risbti, ('.ohveyed to said Hamilton King, by said Oilbert Thompson, and wife, Elizabeth Ann, t i secure said nolo. The ortse will be for hearing at February Term, lli You are; required to answer said petition on, or before tfce 0th day of January lsyy, or the allegations thereof will be taken as title. .-,-. J. M. ESTEP Nov. 11) 18t8-3w. jUty.forF'lir RURAL SEMINARY Far Idia and aratlBsa. Jw Market Ntatloa. ! Ptt OSUae llnrritoa aaaty, O.. Threa rionta from PlUaaarch' " ta llaar froaa Mtaa- aavtll. aa the ' Ureal ran-IIta-' die Hallway. PHI tiOeOF V ICA L FLAX. In this fiemlnary we hare t n lr la adopt the Philonorihic plan of each rrofes sor and hid class devoting their whole tiin and eneraips to a ninirl.e studv, until -oin- pietetl. v t have Teen ino to this by swing so many stndeO'ts disheartened, or rViidor! snrs'rtleial. fcy heln; iWi4irei to carry for ward thi-ee or Your studies at the mine time. Then eAoa Proft"sor WiW rcinired to hesr so many recitation aad thMime was nr, broken lip that It was Out of the question 'A give on-di nubject and each finpil the required nttontion. Irt inlriMlu ng this method, we expected to le hIiIo to mnka our classy much more thoroi'i h an I practirnl, ImH not e-nly are wo sii'-oeedin iieyond our cxpcctiitions in this particular, but wo nn accomplishing -ftreat doiil more in th snmctimo, as well ns doiiitc it much iH'tter. In gradmiins,.one third of tho time an. expense is saved, a malUir of (Treat comick-tAtion to every one. After thoroughly mastering the common branche-", student complete the acinniific courso 111 two, instead of throo years, as heretofore required; devoting three month to Algebra, two to i loometrv, nnd two to 'lieniistry.aud one month ew' to all tho other studies. Dure mrse Is full nnd prac tical, and tho time allotted to each studv enable us to do vastly more with it than j usually done. We explain this on the principle, that imm show the greatest re sults 111 a g.vou timo, when they dovom their whole energios to one thing. It has been claimed that students devoting thoir whole time to one study would becomo weary, but wo .find instead of this 0u,ff true, that the student having an opport . nity to concentrate his whole energies upon one object, succeeds, nnd as u result of his success, an enthusiasm is awakened, beforj nnknown in schools; the student beoomea a genuine Philosopher in w' , of truth. New studies are com CJ monthly, ut which tima students can enter and reinnhi-ns long as Jsired. Classes for Fall and early Winter, will bo formed Sopl. 14th, Oct. 12t.li, and Nov. ftth. A class will commence Algebra, Nov. flth, and go reg ularly through with Mathematics, iiy our plan wo propose to make this a more thorough class than any ever conducted on the old system. Those w shing to enter it, would do well to engage rooms soon. Th department of Music and Painting, ore now ottering the very best advantages. The Ladies Ornamental (yurse. is short, but the moat practical 'And useful. All )i left out that will not be practiced in wo man's appropriate sphere. And they nro made so thorough, and such a lovo of sel eneo is induced that they will ea-ry it into and adorn every department of life, and not, as is too frequently done, lay it all aside as soon as they graduate. EXl'KNSKN. Nolwthstanrtin'i the high order of all tho departments tho expenses all taken to gether lire very low. Sixteen dollars per month pays for boarding, f -irnished, warm ed rtild carpeted rooms, washing of bedding and lights, in tho President's family in tho Seniiuary building. Tho building is in two separate flbpartments, ono for ladies and 0110 for gentlemen; all dino at tho sairi) table. The building contains 72 rrtoins. and is heatod throughout by steam radiators. No coal soot or dirt iii the rooms. Few Seminaries furnish so many homo eo-rtv forts. Tuition in the several departments aboit the usual rates. Rooms in the vil lage for self boarding. Lots furnished 011 the Seminary grounds free of charge for tho nciSommodation of thoso wishing to erect rooms for thoir own uso. FACULTY. A. T). Ler A. M., Presldort, PrOf. Souior Studios Rev. R S. Hiatus A. M., Prof. Junior Studios. R. H Smith A. M., M. P., Prof. Sopho more Studies. Wkslkv Williams A. M., Prof. Freshman Studies. Prof, b BANOisSmwixomi Principal M.u- si:nl Department Vkkqinia Bkll, Drawing.Paintini;, A3. Come and try this seminary for one month. For further information address the President for a Cataloguo. J08.MK.VKS J AS. MEANS, JR OI30. B.WlAN Steufroit-ville Foundry aad AJtucliiuo Works, Means & Brother Manufacturers of STEAM E15I UJfHiim 1.7 3ML111. I LL kinds of Foundry and Machine Shop A Works, Threshing Machines MilHScrninjr for Saw Iron for Bridges or Oirs,t AHIlSj Coal car Whools, Ciisl lrort Froills, Truck A wagop wh'ls ',' " Windows, Window Weights " ' Iioor Sills, BoltsandNutseutaiid " Poor .Steps, made to order, ,x " Coal Vaults, Cast A wrdught seroWS Shafting and pulling furnished tosize, Turning artd Plating StCiimBoitarsinadOand Iron, repnlfed, FartcJ? Oratesv Plow Points and wagon Common Orates-, boxes, .Couiltina House, Of Portico, Garden ami lice A Church Stoves Grave Yard Fencing, We have a new and irrtprrtved WATER WHEEL, which has been awarded the pre r.iiurti over nil competition. Xlnr facilities for Work are largo, and haV ing an extensive assortment of Puttorns, we mn promptly fill almost arty ordtir in our iranch of business. Address MEANS BROTHERS, July If), lfttifl. oAd notice. AT tho December session of the Coirl missi'Dners of llariison County, Ohio, to wit: Doc. Tth, Itttirt, a petition will be pre sented praying for a Connl y Road, Com mencing at the Cadiz and Wellsburg road at tho line between tho lands Of Ephraim Clark nnd Joseph Jamison, in Section 23, Township 0, and Range 4, in said County, and running thence HoiUh along sold lino to the South line of said Section; thence along the old rrtad to the lino between tho lands of Joseph Mitchell and John Brind ley; therteo to the road leading from Cadi, to' tho Plank Road, at a point on tho line between Joseph Cope on the ono side, and Henry Siieplar and John C'roskoy on the other. PETITIONERS. Nov .4, 18(18-4 w. SHERMAN HOUSE, MARKET STREET, CDli, Oriio; GEO. L. WHARTON, Proprietor, This houso has boon thoroughly repaired and in part re-furnished, is rtdW ready for the reception of gnosis. NO pains will be spared on the part of the Proprietor to meet the demands of the traveling nubl c, in all its annointments. .Lance ana I'onlt'ortablo rooms, well furriished, a table to satisfy tho most fastidious; ftlld moderate bills will bo amongst its iriost proiiilnont features, A share of public patronage is solicited; . Dot. 21, "Biy r n a x i i' v'Lii "Sto 0k. of MILLINERY GOODS, JUST RBCKIVBD AND FOR SALE O S3 jSL II. 8. ItlcFddden & Siri. Sept. 30, 18(18. A CARD!! A Clergyman, while residing irt Soiitii Aiiieriea' as a m'sslortary, discovore'd a silfri and slmnld remedy for the Cure of Ner- tous.Wehlinbss, Early De'cny, Diseases of too urinary ana seminal urgans, and the wnoio 1 1111 n 01 uisoruurs uniuiia oil oy baneful and Vicious habits. Groat nuni liRcs have boon cured by this noble remedy, Prompted by a desire tobenofit the afflicted and unfortunate, I will send tho receipt for propnring and using tins medicine, in a sealed envelope, to anyone who needs it, jree or cnarae. auuress, - JOS10PH-T. INMAN. Station D, Bible House, New York City. Oct. I&-J111. ' . -BEWARE OF TEMPTATION." "KEEP tOUR CREDIT fiOOB." This Is th6 only Legacy I can laavo you.' SfCII were tba wrd Imjiressivoiy at trod by a poor but tonosl Father to his Son, wIihii Hlariint in th world to make liiM fortuit; aAd H14I is tha l'.iyhoit bLugiov for To possrtsS-ipraTlddd ha lives Op to It in the fulli-st, broiulust seriHe of the word. It i an undenv aMe f.ict that none can remain proiNrouH that have not ioAi-ned to con'juer Tempta tion In its thousand taring, snd mttet Vieir obllgutlods . promptly. ' Trace tli history Of 'e've'ry .'" Snceessfrtl iHnn, and yOu Will And that he pos stnsos the sterling quality Ot conquering temptetions and meeting his obligations prompt! v. ' To do that ono must bo,,up and doing! Tho people of this and adjoining counties, who moan to pay for the goods they buy will look around und e whore they cart L'tty THE CHEAPEST! To them a few squares, or evon mllas Is no trouble. Thoy will go to J. BRILLES, A 13 z, oirici. DEALER IN GENifcJ. FtJRNISIIlita ROODS WOOLEN & LINEN PIECE GOODS, And sob whether It is truo that the BEST ASSORTMENT at the LOWEST PRICES, OF COATS, PANTS, VESTS, ats, aps, '(FINE AND COMMON,) I Ladies and Gent's TRUNKS AND VALISES, SHIRTS & COLLARS INlJNDLESS VARIETY. tri fact itti thaf Is needed tod, ess A MAN. YOUTH or CHILD, can be found in niv store, for it is uty aim to have THE R13HT GOODS AT THE RIGHT PRICES. jANDlAT.THB RIGHT EASON! GIVE US A TRIAL. Aticl tie convinced thai 1 nobody can si-11 Uoous as cuuap a we ao. Kespoctfully, "' J. RiI,LK6, Ah, Apr a ;wi FIRST ARRIVAL FAIL iffl) WINTER C 0 0 D S A FULL stock, comprising eitrythliig Id his line iu . Prints. Do! n I net. PopUns, Plaids, Alpvcjaa Yn ih Vvutix,1 Atu Ei!ner DRESS GODDS! Everything kept to a DrV Good Store oA liXItiKITI'JN, ad to be a o 1 d f the Lowest Pricb s AT, T. J. BROWN'S. U!. April 18, im. G REAT rirOTLllNO E 31 P O It IUM C. M. MAY, AND DlSAtEK IX 0L0 f I! d CA S S t M E It E S AND ISO. io ma.)cib.e Steuben vine, Oblo. Tnl2 Mori.nt.rit talldiini Department ot this House is unsurpassed by any East or West. The most petrlect natisfAction Is Riiararleed in every paiticular. I have also the most com pl 6W assort men t Of heady Made CroVhingln Eastern Oliio. All goods sold at the very lowest prices. Tho patron age of the public respectfully solicited. C, M. MAY, Nrv.J7,18o7. . ' Hteuhenvtlle, OWo SASH AND DOOR FACTOSY Fairvlcw, Harrison Co., Ohio-. DAX1EL SMITH, WM. BMOM1S, i. a.'uXATRULU, SMITH, BLOOMlS & CO., W ILL keep on hand and make to order OAK AND PINE FLOORING DOORS, 8 AS ii, . .TUItNINdS, JgThose who novo flooring or siding to lie woi-kou, or iny kuiu oi rjnninjr cau be au commodated on shttrt notico. We can turmsh nil clasea and qnal Ities) of Lumber for building dressed or undressod. May (j, lSiMslyr. JUST RECEI VED! the Mew eclectic I'ANIE it ! ' TltE MOST ERf'ECTI.Y Shaped Syninietrloalj :' ' " iV ..Elegant .. ., Woven, Skirt! E VER OFFliRE D.v II. S. MicFadden & Son. Sept- 30, 1808. N EW HARDWARE. LINDSAY, STERBiT & EDWEP j . ImporU:J and Dealers ia HARDWARE, CUTLERY, etc Entire New Stock Just openod ani yriV: W littered to the trado at the LOWEf! i EASTERN PRICES. (NKAlt V24ION PEPOT.) KXT Lihwwtt (Ithi: "Kl T -rxttSUuRofl, pa. Aug.2,lS3. .. ., v , , . 4 JOY FOREVER Who will have itl iJeHfy aeenrod l-v GEMIEMEN'S raJliliC W, Kadway Kenovuung Keaolvent, contnl. . IngSarsaparillluit-cthfl crVstalirie princii ' wherein reside all the tirtuoa ofHarsapav. la. One boti loot ilesol vent contains ni' ; of the ourative prinoiplt oTSarMnpariii-;, than ton of f hfa large bottles. One to six boulos of this vvdriderfiil puri fier of the blood, will char! re Uie most : pulslve bddy, covered with the Worst Hor. Ulcers arid other in th-mitietf trta sounrl nr '. heitltby condition. ' Itiilalte piire U.x '. itsetiures Clear skill, Sonnd and Vh. Teeth, clean and regular Nalla, strong an (' lutxurlent Hfr bright and (dear V. e: sweet and pure braat those who u:-'.i;. however untortunate thoy may belupi: aonal appearance, will - anon realir,o it-, wonderlul power imparling hnalth m lKutv-to alt. Price One Dollar per B'. Sold by drngghita.y-t ., . Hce lir. nadwiiy's Almrmrte tir 't8.t. ' f ? 5J: ', ; , ... , ; " 1 !; i'f-StJS'1 -r. -irtf