Newspaper Page Text
0WHWMMIIMMM ra natMBwaimw aawaa Jpanaamw tm
iioeopyvmoynur,.,... llfiu THE HARTFORD HERALD.
0 tie copy; ii montlu.. ... 75
Ouoiupy, foui month , 50
No deduction from thev mtei under miy One.. lOU f 5 00,1 7.50 i.10 K
flrcuiiutmicea. two.., 1 75 7 60 10 uu 15 110
Three 10 W 15 W
An we are compelled by law to pny pottage " COME, TltE HERALD OF A J$OLSY WOULD, THE NEWS OP ALL NATIONS LUMllElilXa AT MY BACK." MCol. Four., i i 5 UW 00 7 M 00 50 uouTisw 14 W 00 scir
4u Htlvunce on pupcni nnt oulnldu of Ohio itu . , ltt W X (JO 501.
County, w km forced to require ptiyineiitun 1 Col. looo 1500 2000 3500 50 0 VC0
to All letter on buftltiean imint tiendilretRpd VOL. 10. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, JULY 30, 184. NO. 31. For n shorter time nt proportionate rate.
One Inch of Kpnoecontlthte square.
JOHN 1MJAKHKTT, I'ubllHher.
ll.m.Joijpli Noo, Allot ni;,0iilliooii,
u. J. Uenii. Juller, llitrtfortl
I'l.irencu lUrtlwick.cierU, Hartford.
J. 1. lUrrult, Matter UuuiiulHiluiiur.Hurtford.
1). I. Miiilllii Hliwrllf. Ilartlord. Itoptithui
Mtirlon Valet, lluford t Ham kcuwii,
FonUvllle; J 11. Kinuut'l, L'criilvu,
Court litftflu luurtli Moiuluya in May mid
Novo.nburi und contluiu'i four week each
J. V. MauIo, Jinltfw, HartTortl.
T, I.Hmllti.Clerk, llnrtrord,
II. it, Kluiolvliu, Attorney, llnrtrord.
Court ImuIukou the llmt Monday In every
IteiiliiH on tbo third MouilnyM In Jninmry,
April. July and October. '
Itotfiim on the tlrat MomUya In January
a lid October
K. 1 lUruoU, Hiirf eyor, lUrtford.
John wMiMoluyf AMirwor. liliiAVllle.
F 1 Full i rtuliuol dmuulaaluner. llurUoid,
ICartfonl tlliapniaii Crow, Juttrfe, fourth
Monday lu March, June Hpl. Hlid Vvv.
John C. Diy1c, Muritliul.
rf.itiinlay In January.April, July and October.
H. l Taylor, Muralml.
CromwellJ. W. Coleman. Jiidge.Hrcoiid
Hatunlay In January, April, July and October.
W. T.TIIIord Marshal.
Curulvo V llFulkcnwii
lu Jauuar, April. July Hiid October.
Hamilton -J. W. Lniikford, Judge, uurta
huld tUlnMlurday lu January, April July
and October, l M. Ilrowu, Mantnm.
lUoUport -T. Holxrunii, Judttc, John
Utiidrlc. Oiutu ludil iirni lluiiv
dan hi .uuiary. April. July and 0.;loi.r.
I). Miincnu J"dS ' l.,,,),l
.UMlml, II. W, ltepuly. .;
held Hit inlay lu January, April, July
J Ii llanler, Mnr.3 Juiiis'J H. pi. I Dro.b
" " K
JJu.!wil Mr.,l c'"o
II. Juii Sept. 10 lu
M 10 " "
lMhinciii, Mar.UJunulJHepl. . Ilec 13
V I.IIuwh, II " H ' l lb
W'.M. utry,Mar.lTJunol7Hpt. JH !
Jool llaiulUuii," 15 " I " 11 " "
I,. Arlnm clif,Miir. 1J June I Hepl.W Dec. .l
jno I'.Mortoip IH I " tt lu
KimUvltltf - J. VV. I'ayn, I'oil ncJ
ilartloid - John K. IWu,
IlK'Kport Ueo. M.Maddiix.
. Leach. I'lMtHittlcti
rtmlHumUy und Hnnday
ultcbi lu every mouth mid Haturday uUht
M. K. Church third and
fourth riumlayn in each mouth Ila)n
Miidt.'niw, fanUirn. ,
MelhtHlM hplcmt Kervicei
very Huuday luoruluic mid uUbt. Kabbulh
rtiu.ft.il atv A. h Pailor.
Alpha lUplul Church and
Third Huudaya at .1 A. M. and 1 f. m .
Met llmt Monday iiiicht In each
moutb. H. K. lln.t, W. M.
RA, 110. MeeU hoooud Moiulay lu each
noutli. W. U.Mookk, Il.F.
11. Wkinmhuiuku SecruUry.
vy.n. I'. JKKJOUY.
AT.T01NEY AT LAW,
Prompt atteulon tlveit to the collection of
c aliiu. omce.Uruud JurvrtMim.
- OIIAH. M. PENDLETON,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
mid Notnrr I'uhllr.
Omco, Market Htrect, near FiiMHiUhv,
II. II.MCUKNUY. 1IKNKY McllKNHY.
A. I. SlrllllNUY AiSON,
4TT0&ME7S & COUKSELLOaS AT LAW
Will eloie up nil bunlucKHof tholatcllrin
of Malleury ft Hill.
J. EDWIN HOWE ?
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Office vn Mirlit Strut,
Prompt atlrutlon given to the CoUucttou of
K. D. WALKKK. K. 0. 1HTIII1AKD.
WALKER & HUBBARD,
Will practice lu Ohio and adjoining
alao In the Court of Appoala.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Wilt practluo In tlie Courts of Ohio nnd nd
o I n I u ii oouutlcMHiul in theCourtof AppcaU
Omea In Court Hotmtt,
Will make Hiuveya. IMatM, Dlanrntna of
IjimU, will write Deotlti, MortgngeM, llomli.
LeiUM, HeleatieM, AtmlgNtneiitH.ContraclH. 11111
of Hale, Noted, UecclpU, uud all klndi of
writing In relation to the truiiHfer of real or
nerouiil pnorty, make tin AhtttracU of
Title to laudi, FoHHefdon Inudu, mid buy and
ell laud on eommbuilon' Will take and
certify depoidtlouit. l'alronuge uollcltnl.
Hate and terraa moderate,
E. D. GUFPY,
ovrias in HiiRHirr'tf Orucic,
Wuvti our Sl'J Kino All
Huy( our Itugulnr 315 Suitn.
Hti u rotniitHi Hainiockliiirii Hcdtcli
.Suit. Our i4!iilir pric wiu 825.
Huy ttio pick of the limt Suit. in
Mock, (iitlipr Priiu'o Allurt or
Ciitiiwuy or Sack, miiil of
ami they gayo tw thu tnnU. It wua the mot tupemlotiK purchase of cloth
hi"; ever iiuulu in thi" country by a letail Hrm. Of entire it wuh more po(lp
than we coiiM eoiivciiioully handle m late in the reason, and having realized
a fair jirolit on the greater portion uf it, wo will thu remainder for
ea.-hat pricey len than the mnterjal oaU It Una opKrttiiiity that ollcrk
itself but once in a long time, mid wo iiidc everybody to come und partake
of thi feast of ImrganiH.
I'. S. We have iU left
12 or over in cither our Men h Department, Hovk Department or I uriiMi
ing Depart ini'iit. Tliese clocks will not Iat long. First come, fnvt served.
DEPPEN'S CLOTHING HOUSE,
Cor. of Fourth and Market Sit., Louisville.
the trustee for their wa district ;
und h Hiteli amy Mie ami lie hirmI, take,
hold, ami dlhMthu of ical unit
CHlate, fur the iualnteimurvt ue, and
of the common of their
ilhlrlct, ami teeelve and enforce pny
nuiilM of ulcrIptionH for the like
Their prlvule kuIh or uerolli
hhullhtnnd In lleil of u corHiratu Kill.
5. ThetiuMcea hlmll kiep a record
of all their olUciitl truuictloiiH, which
hhull at all limes Ins oeii to the liinjxe
Hon of the cuunty Mierlutemleut.
0. The triJMlus, with the eouseut of
the county Miixrhitcuilent, may tuke
laud, by puri:hum or tlouiitfou, lor Ihe
purirtifevol eitcllug Uu'itoii u
provide for and secure the election
of the name, comdtuct nlich oul
and iiieloHun us Miall Ik..,
cuimucive i uie piuicction oi me
To Amend auiI Reform thn Common
School Law oft hi Commonwealth.
Dhtrirt TritfU mt
I. ICncli Mdiool ilMilet hluill Ik uu
ilerthecontrol of tliree HllMf, one id
wlioin nliuM liiM'lectiil (iichtnr forllie
Icrui of three citrs, to till Hie pluce of
tilt ttiMce coiiiK out of (hIIcc. The
chrtlon hIiuII f lichl at I tit
Ihhim', umt If no hcliool liotc le In the
district, nt aiiih convenient place ualhe
tititi cm limy fioin nine oN'Ioek
A. M , till live o'clock 1. !., of the llrnt
S;itimiy of June ciieh year, mdlce
tltereof huvln Urn MMrd liy the
at three of the inoft public
pluccHlu IheilNtrict for ten ttny.s Jin-
ineillrttely precidiiiK IhiMluy of idtctlou
At ihUh.iio.iH um.lilh.l xoters of
inn! tui.nu vi.firnnf nee iniiv hImu vole ,
.No person exei -it the tiimil
telldeiHofctimmon whodrtoril rtlilent
of the illMlict, hhull net a. Jmlge of that
election. The JuiIkc, It nut a county
MirhiU'ndctil, nhull Ih n imlntcil by I
the county Superintendent ; and If the
ho iipiMiiutHl, fiom any cause
fall to act, then n majorliy of the voter
present at the lime for opening the
m)h shall elect the JmUe. The Jmtuc
of theelecllou shall Ive the ciudlng
vote In case of a tie, provided he has
nut theretofore voted, iti.d
eltMiion to the person eheietl
sIkikmI by himself; and report
Huh elected, lu writing, to the
county superintendent of the county
within live days alter the day of
election. In cast- of a lie In which the
Jtiduhas voted, then he shall certify
the fact of a tie to the county
and the county superintendent
shall select from the rons who are
llul, the tuisUe, and rIvo him n certilb
eale, and the tiuntte w seltettd shall
net until hi fcucmsor Is duly qualllled.
The so shall hold otllce
fttr three years fiom the llrst day o( July
suceeetlluu his iltction and until Ids
succtSHor is elected or, apiwjlutcd and
qualllhd. Anytwooflho tiustetHinay
eoiiHtllute u quorum to transact the
hiudue pertiduiuK to their (dllce. The
trustee having theshortest thnetoserve
shall lie ehulrmuu of the hoard of trustees,
whose duly It shull lie to preside
at all Its. meeting, ami to make the
reorls( and to ierforui all other such
acts and duties as rtqulud by law of
tiustees; and In ease of neglect or iiou
lerforiimuce of duty, the one so remhs
of duty shall Iw sulject to like Hues, and
penalties uh itnKHcd by lawhii trtifettes
for lu'Kleet of duty or other violations
of the law This act shalf lu nowise
Impair the tenure of (dllce by the trustees
who have leen duly elected or
apjvolnted, umhr Ihe pimnt school
2. Any cThon who may U chosen
to preside over the ilicllouottt school
In any school district lu this
Commonwealth, who shall knowingly,
ami, with Intuit to commit a fraud,
receive and count any llhgal vote, or
Imiiu n ttrllllcute of election to any
pvmou not entitled thereto, "or shall re-.
fuse, to Ihhuu such cerlttlcate to any one
duly elected, or who fchall full, for live
days after the election, to rtpirt the
name of the perron (bus elected tiustee
to the county mipeiiutendeut ; and uuy
person who shall, with fraudulent Intent,
defuie, mutilate or den troy the
records of any such elation, shall lx
UueUthosum of titty dollars for every
such ollente, or bo confined for twenty
days in the county Jail In default of the
payment of such tine, and It hull be
the duty of the cuunty aipcrluttudeut
to icport Mich to the giam!
3, If from a failure to qualify iu
conllnic to law, or from uuy other cause,
be u vacancy In the otllce ot
truHtee, the coutity buierhitemleiit uf
the county shall supply the sume by
his appointment, hi writing, and the
tl imtee so appointed shull hold hid otilcu
until the next election, or until lib
Ik) elected and quulllkMl,
4, They and their successors shall
be a hodypolItl( and coiitorate, with
perpetual buccetwlon, by the name. of.
Will Hear the "Dry Bones" Rattle !
Tlipy'll DciifHinoc Ith ami Our Emirv and Liberality, Hut That Don't
Matter, po Lon a- the roojile Appreciate Vi.
OUR 1U VT ItlNl SALS
Ikiiirt ami will continue until our ntock of Spring ami Suniiner
('Intliin in Hhl. Two inontliH hack we bought at our own price, 873,550
worth of McnV, Hoy ami CIiiIiIronfr tlothinjr. We Imil to buy tliirf
in onlcr to "et the oo!m at our liuim. We hamleil them the casli
a1 """- tieccucy ynrluteiidenl of I'ublio InHtructlou,
? lmI1 a JMiwcr to .UH m.ury UH ll0 cl,CuiiiHtnnte of the
"Uy i,U,UaKtH tlml will allow. Said tax .Hall be
Ie le lirolwrly ,u llt.,r cIir . ai(
V ! coiutieu u mt Mienu in uie
., . ...,.. , ... .. touuy,
they may change the location of theumi paid over to the county sutieriu
school-house, sellordUpose of the old
ulte, und uo the piocveda theieof
towards procuring a new one. If they
cannot auree with the owner of tiy
land most suitable for a school-house
site as to the price and terms of
chasu und sule thereof, they shall apply
to the Judge of the couuty couit by
petition, In which they shall set forth
by metes and bouiuU the laud they
seek to condemn, and the county court
shall Issue a writ of ud tjuott tlamnum coeiM against In the same way, and
directed to the sheiltl to be executed ,HtihJect to the same Hue that hands are
ami lettinud to said court us In ease of ( now hy law who fail to work on the
condtmnhiK lands for tlio use of rail-1 public highway. If the tiusltesol any
road iiihI tin nplkecouipaiihs; and upon common school district In the State
return of said writ, duly executed, and fall, for the period of six mouths after
upon the payment lu court for the the building of the school-house has
bem lit of the owner, of the amount ' been properly ordered aud the 'tax
aseertahud by the verdict of the Jury, collected, If to be built oul of funds
the said court shall Issue a writ ruUed by taxation or otherwise, to have
ing the shcrilt' to put the trustees lu'u good und sulllcleut schooMiottse In
possession of said lot, nd cause a deed their district, they shall be Indicted by
to the laud, by a commlr'sloner, to be jthe",ruud Jury and lined not less than
made to the trustees and their success-. ( twenty-live dollars nor more than one
ors, which deed shall U duly ackuowl ' hundred dollars, unless they chu show
etlgtnl aud recorded In the dllce of the a good and satisfactory reawm to the
clerk of the county court; and thereupon trial Jury for ihelrtailure; hut the county
thetlUo to said lot shall vest lu said 'buperlnlendeut la authorized toglvo the
trust. es aud their successors In olilce: J trustees six months1 additional time lu
JSovUkd, They shull not have the
rtaht to condemn any private property,
which Is used ly the owner as a
residence, garden, orchard, or burying'
ground. The quantity of land thus
condemned shall lu no case exceed one
acre. One third of the school electors
of iiiy district may itpiwal from the
decision of the tiustees, In Hie h.cutlou
of ihe school-house, or site for same, to
the countv superintendent of the
county, whose decision hi the case shall
lie llual. In such location, it shall bo
made as near as practicable to the center
of the district as will he convenient
ot access to all Ihe Inhabitants of the
district; aud the tiustees shall make
provisions for Mich roads or passways
to the school-house as will iiccouimo
daleall the pupils who may ho entitled
to attend, and may apply to the enuuly
court hut'iug Jurisdiction lo open the
same, as other toad-ways are opened
for public necessity and convenience.
7, Whenever the county superintendent
nolllles the trustee that a
school-house has been condemned or
In any case It becomes necessary to build
a new tchooMiouse, then the trusties
shall order a per capita tax not exceeding
one dollar ou each male In the district
over lwentM)iio years of age,
which may be paid hi work atone
dollar per day, and a tax nut exceeding
tweutytlve centsou each one hundred
dollars' worth of taxable property In
the dlatricl, to bo collected us similar
Statu taxes are; and such tax shall Is
applied to the erection and furnishing
ot a school-house uduptcd to the wants
of said district: Vrovidcd, That hi any
district where said tax would not be
adequate to the erection of a good und
sulllcleut school house, or would Ik
oppressive to the people of said district,
It shall Ihj the duty of the common
school trustees to warn hi the bauds
liable to work ou the public highways
lu such district to meet nt the place
selected for the school house, with such
tools as they are dlreekd lo bring, fut
and these go with every sale of
the purpose of r(alrlu or building a
new HchooMioiiH, live day&' notice
being Miillclent, The choolh(uisu may
be built of In;;, htoue, brick, or plunk,
but intiHtheof btitllelent Mzelo aecom
modnte the children uf thudlHtrict, and
have u chimney of atom or brick, where
a Is uil, or where a Htove Is
jireferred, u plpo so pndected as to
weenie the bulhllng fioni lire; Itfehull
hayeKlasH whuIowN to iillord MilHcIcnt
light, ami. niltnble tfuts und wrlllug
tabten for the chihlreii of the (Ilhlrlct;
ami huhl liome when completed, ehull
have a pioperly value of uot than
one humtrtd dollaiH, When
Is to be built, the tiunteeH of the
district shall apply to the county
for speclllcntloUH und plans
of model tchuoMioiucs, and the
8l,perntemleut limy furnish theeame,
Ul,lll? lllllv liriivi(iwi tl,Hii.fnr hv the
teudeut. The amount collected from
)Kl, dUtrict, shall le paid out ou the
oner ()f lho xxwAatA ; and the county
. BUiH5rItentIeut frliull lie liable under its
bund for the proper disbursduent of all
HXl0 (IWIU. If any person liable to
work on the public highway or roads
of the couuty falls to attend at the time
and place, and with tools directed by
the trustees, or fallu or refuses to work
when In attendance, lie shall be. pro
which to build a schooMiouse, whenever,
lu his judgment, It shall be
expedient. All the lines collected
under this sectlou shall be applied to
thu bencik of thu In such
district ; all Hues and foifciturcs rt covered
from any source for a vlolatlou uf
any lofcal option law, or any local law
legulatlug or prohibiting Ihe sale of
Ht vinous, or mult liquors, shall
he applied und uned for the erecting and
repuklug of school-houses and furnishing
them with school furniture In the
voting priciuct wherein the ollense
may have been committed; aud said
Hues and forfeitures, when collected,
shall Ik) paid to thu county superintend
cut, and by him, as he and the l rust ecu
may deem proper, Ihj applied to said
purpose. Huld county supcrlnlcudent
shall he responsible, upon Ids ottlcial
bond, for the proper expenditure of
money so lecelved by him, nnd lie
shall, with his annual report to the
Superintendent of Public Instruction,
account lor all money so received and
disbursed, upon blanks furnished by
the. Superintendent ol Pub) in Instruction:
lrovuhd, No common school
district lu which, by any of the provis.
lousof this chapter, an additional tax
1ms been levied for any of thu purposes
In this chapter mentioned, ehall he
altered In respect of hotindary or name,
so long as the levy of such additional
tax Is continued. Hut no such levy
shall continue for a period of more than
one year, unless the length of lime for
which it Is to continue Is ujcclfled In
the notice of election rtquhed by law.
Hut Ik) fore said order lmosIug said
taxes slutll le valid and operative, the
same shall lie subinUUd to u vote of
those qua Hied to vote for trustees, said
election to bo held after twenty tlun'
notice thereof shull have been glveu,
by wilttM) notices twain! at three or
more public places In said district, and
said election shall I u held by the same
olllcers n quired to hold the election for
pick of our
Taken the Wuh Kilt
Hups an Two-piece Kilt
Jtiiyn ii pair of Colored Hegular
.Made half hotc.
Titkes the pick of our finest Satin
8, The tiUhlccs shall have (siwer to
assess and collect a jmiII or capitation
tax of not more than two dollars w
annum on each uf those who actually
send a child or children to the common
school of the district, which may 1m
collected by warrant belorea Justice.1 of
the peace, thu proceeds of which shall
le ucd for providing the schoobhoUHe
with fuel, and defraying other necessary
expense Incident to the comfortable
conduct ol the school lrovidtdt Said
toll or capitation tax may Ite
by Hie party or parties U)kmi
whom the same may Ite levied, by the
delivery of wood or coal in value equal
to the tux Imposed, or by the performance
of such labor as may ! necessary
to the comfortable conduct of said
U. The tiustees shall employ u
qualltlcd lean her, uglee with him au to
comH?nsatIon, aud for good cause, of
which he shall be first notified lu
writing, remove him, sulject to the
approval uf the county superintendent.
10. It shall be the duty of the trustees
to Invite aud encourage all the
children In the district to attend the
school, and to Inform them and their
parent that such Is their right The
annual report of the trustees shall
always show (hat this duty has been
performed; aud no arrangement shall
be made for the bent lit of somu Individuals
to the exclusion of any others.
I 11. When a school' begins? one of
the trustees, within live days thereafter,
shall visit the schcol, aud theicafter
once month; see that the regulations
for Its government are complied with,
aud that the teacher performs Ids duty.
lTlH)ii complaint of the teacher lu
writing, the shall have jiower
to suspend, dismiss, or expel u pupil.
12. It shall be the duty of the
trusties of each district anuuully,durlng
the month of April, to take au ixact
census of all the children then residing
In such district, who will be, on the
first day of July followjug, tctiveeu the
uges of six aud twenty years, aud ou or
before the ll tut day of May, reKrt a list
of the same to the county superintend
cut, sKcifyliig the name, age, sex, aud
names of thu parents or guardian of
each child. Should said trustees will
fully add lo the list the names of
not eulltltd to be placed ou the
same, or otherwise knowingly make a
false list, such person thus offending
shall, In addition to being liable to
punlHhmeut for the crime of pel jury
bo subject to a Hue of nut lew than
llfty dollars; and should any other
school otlicer be a (tarty to such fraudulent
lists, nr any way aid in the
fraud, .lie shull bu liable
to thu same puulshmeut. Kor a failure
to take such eeiuun aud report the
same within the time aud In the manner
herein required, the trustees shall
Ik; liable to n flue of not less than
twenty doltais ; und said trustees shall
not take the census of any children who
have recently removed into thodlstrtet,
and whT) had previously lieon rejxirted
hi the census of pupil children for the
) car In the district from which they
liavu remoyed, but any pupil child who
may uot have heu reported Iti the
district lu which lie resides, may utteud
the school on payment, to the teacher,
of the per cajtifu rated on each of the
other children of the school,
2 KS. Whenever a district shall become
entitled lo ncetve Its proisirlhm
of the revjtiue, or a part thereof, as
provided In sectlou eleven, article
second, of this ii"t, by reason of having
had u school taught hi full or for one-half
of the MtHiliiii, It shall, lie the duty
of the trustees of such district to Immediately
make rcHrt thereof to the
county superintendent, and at the
termination of each tchool year they
shull make a reort to the county
superintendent, showing, hi table of
details aud aggregates, Ihe length of
time taught, the highest! lowest, und
average number of chlldicn at school;
the cost of tuition of each child for the
sens Ion and per mouth; Ihe uuiuberol
private schools, academies, and colleges
taught lu the district, aud length of
sessions of the same; the numlier of
teachers employul -male, female, aud
total for the common school; the
wages of male or female teachers ; the
amount of money ruUed .for common
school purjtoseH In the district, by couuty
and district tax or otherwise, nnd fur
what ttio same was disbursed; the
kind and valuof sehooMiouse, and the
number of volumes In. district library,
If uuy ; nnd uny other Information
required of hhu by the county superintendent
touching the school.
I H. Ihe reports required of the
chairman of the board of trustees shall,
lu every cose, be signed by hhn.
i 15 For u failure or refusal of the
chairman to make either of the reports
mentioned hi section fourteen within
thirty days after the same are required
to be made, he shall be subjected to a
(hie of uot less than twenty dollnrand
besides, shall be liable to uu action for
damages by auy person injured thereby.
i M. No trustee shall be allowed to
buy any teacher's claim directly oi
ludlrectly;under the penalty of removal
from otllce by the county superintendent.
And should auy trustee accept
auy compensutlou from auy peroou,
directly or Indirectly, m consideration
of employing or hiring a teacher, said
ttusice,upou Indictment and conviction
thereof, shall lie lined uot less than
two hundred nor more than five hundred
dollars in the discretion of the
17, For any neglect of duty or misfeasance
hi olilce, the trustees shall, in
addition t Itelng fined us uforesuld, Is
removed from olilce by the couuty
18, The chairman of the lioard of
trustets, In consideration of hlsservlees,
shall lie exempt from duly us overseer
or a hand ujKm a public highway, from
service ns u Juror tqioii luqucstsj oi
writs of (td fuod damnum, and from
militia duty, and from penalty for non-attendance
upon his summons as grand
or M?tit Juror,
'i lt. If any person who Is elected or
appoluled triudeu of a common school
under the provisions of (Ids act, shall
willfully fall or neglect, after having
accepted said otllce, to perform the
duties inqiosed upon him herein, he
shall m fined not less than twenty
live dollars nor more than one hundred
dollars in the discretion of u Jury, to be
recovered by indictment by the grand
I I'd. A trustee, when lie resigns,
vacates, Is removed, or goes out of olilce
shall, within ten days thereafter, deliver
to his successor any money,
probity, tsxiks, books or pa vers, In Ids
custody aa trustee; and for falluie
herein he may he fined uuy sum not
exceeding twenty dollats ; and It shall
bo the duty of the county superintendent
to report ail such defaults to thu
(7b be Continued.)
Ministers Sound Uu Praise.
Hev. Mr. Greenfield, Knoxvllle,
Tenn.. writes us follows: "Samttrttan
Ktrvlue permanently cured my sun of
epileptic tits.'1 Here's food for thought.
Sold by druggists, $1 50.
We will furnish the following papers
the following club rates:
Hartford Herald ami Weekly Louisville
Courier Journal, one year, -cash in
advauee, fur , -1:2.50.
Hartford Herald and Weekly
Louisville Commercial, one year
cash In advance, for !.:mi.
Hurtfoid Herald and Farmers'
Home Journal, Louisville,, one
year, cash hi advance, for .$!!.)
All old physician, retired from practice,
having hail placed In his bauds
by an East India missionary the for
inula of a simple vegetable remedy for
the sjKHHiy and permanent cure of
consumption, bronchitis, catarrh, asthma
and all throat and lung affections,
uIho a ixwltlve and radical cure for
nervous debility and nil nervous com
plaints, uflcr having tested its wonder
fill curative powers in thousands of
cuses, has felt It Ids duly to maku it
kiiHWii to his suffering follows. Act
imtcd by this mctlve and a desire to re
lleve human suffering, I will send free
of charge, to all who desire it, this rec
J)h, In (Jennan, French or Kugllsh,
wltli full directions for preparing aud
Using Sent by mall by addressing
with stamp, naming tills pajcr, W. A.
Novo, I4U Powers Hloek, liocjiester,
.' Y. iKiocowly
Ckntkktown July 21, 1881.
Ceutertowii remains verynearly as
she has been for a considerable while Is
liuarty la the same latitude, longitude,
Huhiess fs a shsdu dull, owing chiefly
to the busy season of Ihe year.
The candidate for sherlll aud couuty
superintendent, sjxiku to an usually
largeeiowd for this pluut, on Friday
last, Everything went oil pVasuutly
witli them. When they were through,
It. P. Howe took thu stund and made
u strong speech In which ho tndeavor
ed to prove that the Hepublicaii pJ'rly
was not as bltr a set of thieve, us they
had been leprcsetitul. He was followed
by ttie tall sycamore of thu Hough
river lottoms,H H, Klusolvlug to prove
that the Democratic pirty wuh uot the
meanest set of peoptu In Ihe world.
The drouth seems to have set In hi
earnest upon us in this part of the coun
ty, and corn and tobacco ulrcudy Itglus
to stiller In consequence of It.
Igleheart A Hunter started their
thresher one week ago to day and made,
n good wicks iuu. Wheut Is turning
out well. Meadow harvest Is ou hand
aud our people are having ;dl the work
they can stand up to.' Grapa yaM lluVrr
better than now.
Along with ull our troubles and mis.
fortune? we occasionally have some
good things wo have not iiad n (tetter
crop of honey In lo years thau we have
this year. Uncle 41 Itowe aud T. (
Heuder have taken 40 1 pounds from six
standi of bees since tho llrst ofJtiuu.
Others have taken nice lots.
J. Hurks Wade and Hee Haird made
friends aud relatives a visit ou theolher
side of Hough creek last week.
Miss Molllu Howe returned from an
extended visit to relative- near Hoches
ter, a few days since. Sho was accompanied
by her cousin, Miss Kuimu
Ilrowu, a beautiful, little maiden of 14
or 15 summers.
J. T. Ilennett ami family vistUd Mr
Sam Hennett's, near Paradice, Saturday
Jno, 8. Dexter and family sieiit Saturday
and Sunday Willi Mr. Dexter's
father and mother.
Mr. Mc. Ford und daughter, Mls
Kip, went to Pleasant Hidge last week
on a vMt
J. 8. Leisure and family visited relatives
near Huck Horn yesterday and
Juilgu J, C.Townsend and wife gave
us, your humble scribbler, a very pleasant
cill last Thursday ou their way to
Mrs. Mc. Jones, who hud spent tin
last three or four months with her son,
S. W. Jones here, left for her homu lu
Sonora, Hardin couuty, a week or two
since. Mrs. Jones, shiy with Us was a
very pltasant one, and w wish for her,
a happy voyage through thu remaining
days of her life.
It Is no doubt a source of unfeigned
satisfaction to the many frlendsof Aunt
Kmeliuc Howe, who has- been au
for the last three or four years, to
know that she has so much improved
In health as to ho able to go about the
hotne and attend to the household nf
Our old friend and neighbor, H. T.
Barrett and family now llvlug near
Liberty church this county, paid us a
visit a week ago. His daughter, Miss
Iielle, remained with friend In this,
their old neighborhood, until yesterday.
Mrs. Nancy Jones, not (Nancy Jane)
wants to make known to Ihe public thil
sho has discovered an Ingenious plan
for churning milk, the particulars of
which she will give when called hmh.
(livelier a cnll.
hucccss lo the Hkkami aud Its Edit-or,
Is the wish of S.
Mr. John H. Jones, Hen., of this
place, died yesterday morning after it
lingering Illness of two mouths.
llro. Jones had lived a couidsteui
mcmtierof ihe HuptUt church for about
41 years. He rests from his labors and
his works tlo follow hhn.
The church hero has lost one ofhei
strongest supisitters au noelety a good
Mr. Jasper Wilson, Mr. Abran
Phillip and slider left our town
to vNlt fiieuds and
Illinois. They will be absent a boo I
James K. tiutton lias st cured the
near Pele ii. WhlUlughlUV.
Jim Is well (pialilleibfor the position
The growing crops begin to need rain
The com crop has uot been well cultivated,
therefore cannot maku a good
crop ff a drouth should set In.
Jumes It. Howard and Muck timltli
ure doing u good business. with their
Meadow are Hue.
The tulle of u railroad from Clover-
jKirt to thli place has cea.sed.
V. M. HIisi.li, our boss JMiermuu,
while trying UU luck at tills most dc
lightful sisirt, ou last Siturday night,
auKel swallowed the bate on onuofthe
nooks. Shortly afiir a catJWh weigh
lug aUiut six touiids, seeing his Kcl
Mhlp entangled, the Mill also
fond of a sweet morsel, made a iudi for
ihe Kel, when low aud behold, the Kcl
xhot Into the mouth of the ealllnh aud
nut at its gill, h i utauglhig It that both
were secured wlthoill further loiih'e.
H. C. T.
While on a vMt to Mr. I. Mendel, of
IliisMfllville, I had Ine plfasuie of vl?it.
Ing Udubovv rook ami cav.s, and give
you a hrlnf dcHcrlptinii of them.
lUlnlsiw Itis'k U a mont beautiful
jlttle cave, stluited four miles south of
Itusellvlllc. It Is a place of beauty and
jasto not lo have auy cultivation. Thu
HntcaveeMemUovr a great many
feel und a huge rock grows out about
the height uf a table, where we spread
aclolh and prepired a sumptuous din
ner. Tho Uecord Cave Is up about four
hundred yards Irom the llrst cave; a
rock also extends from this cave and
lsshued like a ralnlo.v. Thei are
lit caveK some ot tie loveliest
ferns aud (lowers I ever saw.
Mrs. W. U. Tllfoid, who has bten In
III health for some llm ,1" betleratthls
Mrs. 11 J. Diidel vMted her daughter,
Mrs. K la Hleveus, last week,
Miss l-ii Hoaid and llttlu Ulie are
visiting the fanill of Mr. A K. Leach.
lUilnesgool. -'mini Xi:w m..
"Although ho was a bunk director
the deceased died a ChrMlm," says an
ohliuaiy notice 1 u uu cxcluug'.
Rick Jlcudufho And relieve $ tho trouble Incident
to ft billoaa Hate of the urttun, ch a Dli
lt)cen,l?iiiwA,DrowiniM, Dlstrcif after ratio,
I'i'a In thaHM( .tc. Whllo tlirtr mol
meets lu4 been ehown In curing
Hr&Aarhfwrt Cart rr Lit tie Uitt ttllnare winatlr
issuable la Convilnalloii, curing aid prTnUaa
this nnnoyintf complaint, Trhilo thtf alo corrui
all difontrra of tbo itomach, ttlmtilata the llvrf
ad simulate the bowel. K Yen Ii th7 only cund
Ache they voold bcalraftid prleelcM to th who
cum rf rum llila dfctrotwinir cumDtaiLtt but lorlu
lutely tliftlr roodnet a do not end lure, and
l. .L'at.u .ill ..,.-. 111.. nllla vain-
Tho onco try them vrllt find thcao
able In fo man vwiti that (bry wlllnat be wtlllii
to Uo without them. Uut alter all ilct head
U thebarc cf ro many Htm tbathrrc whef wc
mnke our r.'ct boost. Our (UU cure It whllo
Carter's LUtlo Llrcr rw are Tcry tvatd and
Yrry caf y to taVe. One cr two pill make a dose.
Ttuy tru itrx.ly vtri''Ic and do not grtje cr
pntpsbntlythlr action plcawaawbo
uioUk!.!. Jcfntu; Cu forll. BoM
by tr cent by mall.
CAKTCIt MEDICIXE CO.XewYork
Dr. Huters lien Tonib
will nurio uini mrlcli the BLOOD, rrvulata
Uiu LIVER and KIDNCYfl, mii.1 UiiMOKk ma
IIKALTII Mid VIOOIC of YOUTH t In all ll.oia
dlskt4 riMttlrlniracvrlaliiaittl fiiiclriiClOMC.
eiiecl.illtr li)pfia,viitor Appvtltr.liidlrtr.
linn, Lack f Mrtfiiftlu itc. It U niarkcd
wllli huiiivillite iiii woittlvriul rcrnlta Hones.
iiiukU'4 and nerves irccltc lurcf. Kullveiii
tliti l.ilinl .uu) auiiiiltfN Uruhi 1'uwir.
unerin)c irum all rnnipialnli
iivciiii&Mnttitiriix will find hi
UK MAUTKRH 1HOH TOllIOa wi!r ami
titrc. It jrl.va artc.tr nnd hralthr cuiuUxlun.
T'i tlrmiruit tollmnnjr In tliw alo r 1U.
I utTMt InovToNn.' I lliat frefiiivtil altcinttta
at I'uuriti'rfiltliijf l'v only atlitcd lolln popular.
1 1 v iiMliLMirifltul. iryun
UO(l(t Bcnill'lll JfrtlllV UIUUINALAM11IFIT,
Hnt your a(1JreMli.Tbnr. IUrtrMd Co.
O Kt. luU, Mo.,ior our "Ujvm. awn.,
Hl'ullol' tmotrnaJ nwfui Informatloo.ft.,
On. HAnrcn'i Iron Tonio is ron Salc by au
OftuaoisTb AN3 Dealers Evshtwhchc
caa ono medicine bo
a tpcclflc fur
Opium Ifeiln, Itbrnuintwm,
or 8nilnal and flfly othvt
row plain tar" no viaun it fivt, -lily.
btvauBO tlio Tlrui of all dlicawa arlws froia
ltu. It'a know n world trlf a
It fiuU t atil cnmiHiie tho patlrnt no pj w
lntnuluctloiinf opfati: aiuldraatle rattiarllca, but
by tbo retorflUonoractUltrtolborlmuuliail
ncnon yi'tfiii. w hereby tlio brain l rvllounl
cif morbid faurlcn, wlilch aro crtatvd b the
nlxiYo nfrrrrd lo.
To CliT2Vinni. lnw)vr. IJtrrary wen. Men
cliaiit, llaiiUn, Luilloa ftnu all tlmi wbwo nU
intary rniildymrnt canca nvrvou proHtratiou,
lrri'ittibirltict of the IiIokI, loiiioch, Uiwela t
ttlmtilaiit, hiMAUiTASC StwiM! I
orant tbnt w FiiHtulmd tlio iluklu yUm.
m l....u.i..i.i.I.1j kiiil iilar nil iLfclitik.
t i r "' -i-;- - ---i
TUX XS, 8. A. sicniiCUD Kzs. w
BT. JOHJCTU. 140.
hnril.Hlnaltlilttiiyltd L'o..AlitH CIiIhkh, 111
CATARRH Hay Fever.
liu v I n if pi-collar
yinitoiii. K U
alii mltsl by hi In
the Uu Inn nifiii
teui'Ml uu tit uini
I jirout (tlliilli n
tlio Iiiiiuh. Aiiiiribl
liiiliiitil lull ii I lie
of hiH'Oiliitt. frc
llllellt UltlH'lCK of
UiXVCirirni IiIIihIIiik hcunnclio
i J- a a u mlty nml lu
tliiincil ttntc nf t i1 -
CltllAM ItM.Ml"; Hlin.lV, fiiuiutdl oil
a corrci'tillnmi'i ' ol this illaoiiKe ami can lu
ilrpt'iiditl iiHiti, I i u'MiO'd I'll eiivlnlilo
ri'puUUloii win vi i.nnwn, nil
NOT A !.Uiril)OUHNUFK,
Apply by tho linger Into tlio
lioklilu. ll will Uu ttlisorhftl,
ullt'Cttiiillr HpuiimIiiu tlio linxuit p:ttikea nl
ratarrhal vlru. c.uimImk hi'iillliy tccrftloii,
tiiilayi liutaiiiiii'itiiMi, tne iiipiu
bnuuil llnhiii' ut the iitnn ndiUlluiiul
coItU.compli'U'ly IioiiIh tlmMiieMiititl teat ores
tlio Mthbi uf tiuti mih! fciiiell. in rentHht
ilruuulHlN; l.y nmll. SionpU' iMtillo
ly in-ill, loctniu.
4ly KhV 1IUOH., DiunuUU, UwcL'o, N.
WO NE'VV' THING.
Uaod tUroJ'boub i'w country
3TOU OV2B1I. -40 "LTOAJtaJ",
Tha Best UJ.d!ebi6 In tba WcrU.
' aafabdr4libl. Ir ieriNdrriaby Purakiaua A
nd eura for Ikr IMmptalnK Hraalatin tbt
' I'UkI.i loai.lnilmm Malaria1
Tilnt. A MrlVt c;ir f.n" Kltk llriiatiacao.
CMii.tlimlluti iiktd till Lltllmia llur4ra.
'I I HriM . J? i" Jiiui ilW !. '''