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to receive subscriptions ''" renewal,
advertising in (he Hkiiai.u, orders for
job work, etc.:
Jno.T. Smith, Jr., Kordsville.
HocKi'.it &Co Heaver Dam.
Oko. AV. I'ATititsoN. Point Plenwint.
HkiivI1ai)i:n & Co., Itockport, Ky.
J. H. Hi.acic, Hnyuesvllle.
Hockkii & Taiioh, Hoslne.
A. V. Tiiommin, Hurloii, Ky.
(J. V. Tayi-oh, McHei.ry, Ky.
J. H. HocKint, fcsiittoti.
1). J. 1). Maihmix, Hufiinl.
THE COMMON SCHOOLS.
W.ll.U'rlltiu, kiTf " I'ulnt"!
COMJKIS M'llOOl. I..V.
r r.niuti'il li) llif
Lull- .i'iiillj. mI
mm In rin".
Superintendent of Public Instruction
Pickett 1ms lsuil the following circular,
giving u digest of umeiiilments to
the Commou School Lawn, euacteil by
the Inst General Asemlly :
1 fVmntv Tnxntinu repealed. Dis
trict Taxation oulwtituteri followm
A tax may be voted at uny time, once
it year, after llfleen days notice, duly
ported, for the better payment of teachers,
for the extension of the district
school for a loner term, or for tliu payment
of any debt eoutraeted by the
TrunteeM on aieouut of the Common
.School. The tax shall not exceed
twenty-live rents In any one year 011
the hundred dollars' worth of taxable
property in the district.
12. Site for school house may be purchased,
a school house built, repaired
or finished, without the submission of
tiie question to a vote. Last sentence
of section 7, Art. VIII, Common School
law repealed. (Compare Art. VI,
ii. Instead of Trustee adopting text
lx)oks, from lists recommended by the
State Board of Education, to be used in
their respective districts, the County
Superintendents shall adopt, from said
lists, text-bonks to be used In their
1. The County Judge of any county
uiitliorizetl to make an allowance out
of the County Levy, not to exceed one
hundred dollars any one year, for providing
neeesary text-books to indigent
children, provided they attend the public
6. Five hundred dollars to be appropriated
annually by the State tor the
benellt of the Sate Teachers' Institutes.
0. State Teachers' Aociatlon may
seUct itsown time anil pluce for holding
Its annual meeting
7. It shall be the duty of the Superintendent
of Public whenever
It sliall come to his knowledge, to
report any habitual neglect of duty, 01
any misappropriation of common
M'hool lutiiN on the part of any of the
County Superintendents or Tru-leis of
common sehooN of Mils Commonwealth
to the County Attorney, whoso duty It
shall be to such persons in
the Circuit Court of the county hi
which such negleet "f duty or sueh
misappropriation of funds may occur.
fi. Xo person sliall be eligible to the
olllee of County Superintendent who Is
not at the time twenty-one years old.
!. 'Hie County Superintendent sliall
be elected by the ipmlitled voters of
each county, at the regular August
election in 1SS0, and every four years
10. The County Superintendents
elided and qualified under tills net,
sliall hold their nllicen four year-, or
until their me elected and
11. No person shall be eligible to the
olllee of County Superintendent unless
he shall have obtained it certificate
of ipialillcatlou horn the State Hoard
of Kxiiiiiiiiers, which may be granted
on an examination held before them,
or upon a written examination held
Ix-fore the County Judge, the County
Attorney, the County Clerk, and a
competent pelson selected by them,
'lhe result of said written examination
to be forwarded to the State Iloaid of
Kxamliiers, who may, If they deem It
Milllcieiit, grant 11 cerlltlcate, and, il
I hey relue It, shall notify the aforesaid
Comity Hoard, and no certificate can
then lie granted the said applicant for
the eltctlou then pending. The State
Hoard ot Kducatioti shull designate to
the County Hoard t he character of examination
12. In the case of the death, removal,
nsigiiittfon ru inability of the County
Supeilnteiident elected, or in the event
ol a vaeaucy, or for any other cause,
the pterlding Judgft of said county i
hereby authorized to appoint a
duly qualilled, to continue In
olllee until the iiicceeillng annual election,
when one shall be elected.
IX Cutler no clicuuistauces shall any
census for any diitri unless for its
l eduction, be, corrected after the thirtieth
of June of lint yeai of which the
census was taken.
11. Untlfi penalty of a Hue of fiom
twenty-live to llfly dollars, County
repulrtd to repolt for
payment, at the legal periods, schools
1G. No County Supeilnteiident shall
be allowed to buy for himself ot annjher,
nny teachers' ehilm, dlieetly or hull
rectly 111 act us agent fol the sale of Mliy
books, under penalty ol removal from
olllee by the Superintendent of Public
10. School Ulstiiets; Laying oil, altering
or ulxillfhlug icatoud under the
17. Elections for School Trustees from
1 o'clock i M. till 0 o'clock i. m.
18. Any pupil child rcpoittd In any
dintilct may, on removal lo any other
district, uttend the school without payment,
to the teacher of the Stutu and
the county per capita apH)itioued each
of the. other children of the school, unless
the general attendance at the
hchool should exceed tile census of Its
II). No celtllleate, except
atid Mmll be lsuul to the
same person more than twice. ,
10. Superintendent of Public
tloti may recommend nhlo nntl
cneed normal Instructors to conduct the,
County Teacheis' Institutes, whose pay j
sliall be del I veil from and paid by the
County Superintendent, out of the'
funds ruled from the teachers nud
other members of the Institute.
21. No tax shall be levied upon the 1
pioperty or poll, or 110 services required
of ' any white .,! person for the beuetlt of
a school for colored children, and no,
tax .,,.,,, upon the property I
., . . 1 1
or in) , or any serv ces required of any 1
.' ........ . . .
colored person for the benefit of a school
for white children.
22. Provision by special act for the
monthly payment of the wages of the
teachers of the public schools, or by
authorizing any county, under prescribed
conditions to borrow the money
nud provide the interest, the State being
security for the borrowed money
011 the fot ty per centum and the sixty
per centum apportioned the county out
of the school fund.
JW. DF.SIIA PK'KKTT,
Sup't of Public Instruction.
A ('arlUle Cum us.
The New York World piints this
gossip: "There was a dinner given Saturday
by the Kentucky delegation of
the Senate and I louse, at which Speaker
Carlisle presided. The occasion was
one which bordered uiwiti Jucksoniati
principles, ami was marked by the absence
of numerous kinds of w'lue. The
object of the feast was for the purpose
of talking over Kentucky politics, but
before half the courses had been served 1
it drifted into general expressions for
Speaker Carlisle for the presidency.
The question was first suggested by
Senator Heck, who is himself not eligible
to tiie presidency ou account ot his
foreign birth. The and
tongued Hrecklnridgc spoke for the
Hluegrass district, followed by
McCieary, pledging the "hemp and coal
belt." Hobertson, of the Elizabeth-town
district guaranteed the entire
southern part of the State, Mr.
being the Secretary of the National
Congressional Committee. Some
months ago he began 011 Mr. Carlisle's
campaign, and lias the machine well
at work iu various parts of the State.
Senator Hlackburu was ail attractive
listener, but cordially indorsed all that
was said. Though It lias been known
for more than a year that Mr. Carlisle's
friends would at the proper time start
the presidential boom, yesterday's dinner
was the 1! evidence of the movement
of the organization outside of the
Mi. (J M. Dnolittle gives iu the
Auuricitn Her Journal his account
with Ids bees for a period of ten years.
He says that 11 report of a very prosperous
year Is often misleading, lint one
extending through 11 period of ten years
should approximate very neatly to
what might be expected for some length
of time to come. His average yield for
each colony, for the summer of 1873,
was 80 pounds; 1871, about 1(H) pounds;
1873, a little over 100 pounds; 1870, o0
pounds; 1877, a fraction of a pound
than l(i7 pounds; 187S, 71 pounds; 1870,
AS pounds; 18S0, a little less than d2
pounds; 18S1, neatly 1IIJ pounds; ami
in 1882, 51 pounde making an average
yield each year, for the past ten years,
of 8S pounds per colony, five-sixths of
which has bien comb honey. The
average price at which It has been sold
is about 20 cintsfur comb honey, the
highest price 28 cents, being obtained
in 1871, and the lowest, 10 cents, iu
1878. Thus the 88 pounds, at 20 cents
a pound, gives il'.W average citsh yield
for each colony. Hence If a man Is
capable of keeping fifty colonies, tile
Income would lie i ;S0 11 year; if 100, it
would be il,700. After an experience
of fntilteeu yeais in the bee business he
can see no reason why it does not compare
favorably with any pursuit iu life,
as far 11s dollars ami cents are concerned
; and when one looks at it as a
fascinating and health-giving pursuit,
It places mot other avocations in the
Cine fur J'llcs.
Pll.lis are frequently preceded by a
sense of weight iu tiie back, loins and
lower part of the abdomen, causing the
patient to suppose he lias some
ol the kidneys or nelghlioring organs.
At times, symptoms of indigestion
are present, flatulency, uneasiness
of the stomach, etc. A moisture like
perspiration, producing a very disagreeable
Itching, after getting warm, is a
common attendant. Hllud, bleeding
and Itching Piles yield at once to the
application of Dr. Hosauko's Pile Remedy,
which ai Is directly upon the parts
affected, absorbing the tumors, allaying
the intense Itching and effecting u permanent
cine. Price Me. Address The
l)r Hosanko Co., Pitpia, ().
Sold by 'A. Wayne (Irlllln it Rio.,
I. lint; 'llmlhle lErlicifil.
Three and a half years ago 1 gave up
my business on account of consumption.
I spent two seasons iu Florida
and one hi California. I have been under
treatment of physicians nil the
time, among them some of the most
prominent In this rlty, and I have kept
growing worse and worse. I got to be
a mere shadow, and could scarcely
walk. On the I llh of last September
1 kept my bed, for 1 was not able to gel
out of It, and the doctors as well as my
friends nil expected me never to eomo
out of It alive. I was having fiequcnt
and profuse hemorrhages, uud 011 three
diflereut occasions 1 bled until I
came Insensible. About six weeks ago,
I liiaid of S. S. S., and began taking it. 1
Its effects have been wonderful. I have ,
not I md a hemorrhage since I began It.
I was soon able to sit up and even dress ,
myself. My appetite became good ; I
could eat and retain my food, and mv 1
color relumed. I gained flesh and ,
strength rapidly, and I uiti now walking
about town wlicrev'ci I wish to go. '
It is certainly a great surprise to me
and every one who knows inc. Long
since they have all expected me to die. i
lam willing uud want ull who sutler '
Willi lllllK llixi'UHV to know of IIIO mill
aiy t'tuic, ttinl J inlvlnu all fllt'll to laUu
Swift's Specific and live. There are
not Idlo word", hut absolute facts which
will with pleasure be substantiated for
any who may doubt,
Louis T. Ci.akic, !M5 V. 12th St.
New York, Feb. I), 1SWI.
Treatise on Hlood and Skin Diseases
mailed free. Tin: Swift Co.,
Drawer ;t, Atlanta, On. New York,
157 V. !Mtl St.
. ...' 1"'. .".' "iV .
A i-i, .. . , ,
girl's every day ttillet is 11 part of
,., ., , , , , , ..
ma den who is sloven v In the
. . , .... . , :
morning is not to lie trusted, however
. , , , , ,, '
may cxik 11 the cveninc.
No matter how humble your room
may be, there are eight things it should
contain : a mirror, waslistaiid, water,
soap, towel, hair.uall and tooth brushes
These are Just as essential as your
breakfast, before which you should
make use of them.
Parents who fall to provide their
children with such appliances, not only
make a great mistake, but commit a
sin of omission.
Look tidy iu the morning, and after
dinner work Is over, Improve your
Make it a nileof your dally life to
"dress up" for the afternoon.
Your dress may, or need not be, anything
better than cotton ; but with a
ribbon, or (lower, or some bit of ornament,
you cau have an air of self-respect
aud satisfaction, that invariably
conies with being well-dressed.
A girl with Hue sensibilities cannot
help feeling embarrassed and awkward
In a ragged, dirty dress, with her hair
unkempt, if a stranger or a neighbor
should come iu.
Moreo.'er, your self-respect should
demand decent appareling for your
You should make It a point to look as
well as j ou can, even If you think nobody
will observe you.
Officii of Jacohs' Phakmacy,
Atlanta, June 13, 1SS1.
Six months ago we had 110 demand
for H. It. H., but now our retail demand
is such that we are forced to buy In two
lots. We attribute the rapid and
enormous demand to the comparative
sl.e and price of H. H. H., (being large
bottles for 1.00) aud its positive merit.
The fact of Its containing Iodide of Potash
renders It more valuable as a blood
remedy. It sells well and gives our
customers entire satisfaction. Our sales
have increased 300 per cent, within a
J a co ' Pharmacy,
per Fred H. Palmer, M. I).
We have been handling H. H. H. only
a few months, and take pleasure iu say-lug
it is superseding all other blood
remedies. It sells well, gives our customers
entire satisfaction, anil we
cheerfully lecommeud it iu preference
to any other blood purifier.
Am 1 Kit ic Moohk, Druugists,
27 1m Atlanta, Oa. 1
.Uu.t if !
J. J. Adiilns, chief of police,
Tetin., writes; "My family and
I are beneficiaries of your most excellent
medicine, Dr. King's New Discovery
for consumption, buvlng found It
to be all that you claim for It, desire to
testify to its virtue. My friends to
whom I have r commended it, praise
it at every opportunity." 1
Dr. Kings New Discovery for consumption
is guaranteed to cure coughs,
coliN, bronchitis, asthma, croup, aud
every atl'ectlon of throat, chest and
Trial bottles free at 7. Wayne Orilllu
A Rro.'s drug store. Large bottles ?1.
All OIll C.'ltl'll H lilts.
Mr. J. M. Norrls, an old citi.eu of
Koine, Oa., says, that lie has been badly
troubled with kidney complaint for a
great many years and with ecema for!
three years; at times could scarcely
walk, aud had tried many lemedles
without beneiit, until he began taking
Electric Hitters ami uuunlutiug Ids
bauds and feet with Huckleu's Arnica
Salve. The treatment aflorded him
great lellel and he strongly
Klectlic Hitters to all who btifler
with kidney complaint, or need a blood
Sold by '.. Wayne Orilllu t Rro.
runners mill M t linnlts,
Save money and doctor bills. Relieve
your mothers, wives nntl sisters by a
timely purchase of Dr. Rosanko's Cough
aud Lung Syiup, the best known remedy
for coughs, colds, croup and
ti (lections. Relieve children of
croup iu one night ; may stveyou hundreds
of dollars. Price 30 cents and
sd.OO. Sample free, hold by 'A. Wayne
Orilllu it H10. 2012
Iliifltli'iiV Aiiiha s.iU,.,
The best s live iu the world for cuts,
bruises, hoi ex, ulcers, salt iheiiin, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains
corns, ami all skin eruptions, anil positively
cures piles, or hopty required.
It Is guuruntcd to give perfect satisfaction,
or money refunded. 23c'.
per Imx For sale by Orilllu ic Rro.,
Hartfoid, Ky. 28 If.
Itiitlllil Tlii'l'li kels.
Commencing on June 1st, 1880, and
continuing until further advised, the
New Port News t Mississippi Valley
Company, will .-ell round trip tickets as
To D.twson s.030
To Orayson Springs 2.10
Oood for ten tinys from tlatu of sale.
W. F. I.rfi.Nci, Agt.
If ltuv.,r Mini If..
('nine 1'nri, nut at Omr.
Hytliu will of tho lateW. Phlpps I
am directed to pay large sums of money,
and In order to do so, I must urge
upon all persons indebted to said decedent
to come forward without delay,
as the claims must lie collected, aud
you will save cost to make a note of this
request. W.M. Puii'ivs, Ex. Stf
Ciiti' fur sli k lliNiiliiclif.
For proof tliul Dr. Oiniii's Liver 1111
euro Hick lit'Htlaclie, iin1 your tlriiBKint
for 11 triiil iim'kiiKi'. Only onu for 11
iIohi'. Hi'Biiliir hV.h lioxt'H 125 et'iitf. Sold
liy .. Wuynu (Irlllln & Hro. tiOt"
Ik'oiU of sorts' wllli lii'itilaclic, sloinncri
(llsunlor, tnrpiu llr, ui 111 imi k r suic,
fctlpatiou. et, cl iii.in luf.ilnl. Onoilinn
iilHtronit'u Snnutlvo I'illu itlll i;Uo ri'lli'J,
,vie duivareiuie luum
Blood and Money
The btonil or n limit lms much to tlo In
shntiiK bis notions Murine bis illi;rliiineo
tlirimttli tills Itoiililcsiiini' uoiltl, regardless
iiftlie iiiiiijiitit (if iirt'M'iil or cxi'octniit intiii
ty la ptKlU't Orstnrctl nwiij In bank. It Is 11
coiH'dtril fact Hint ue uppfiir an uur blond
inultcs lis, ninl Hie intrcr the blood, the happier,
healthier, preltler and wiser wo arc, ;
henco Interrogatory ! "How
Is your blood?" Willi pure streams of
llultl coitrshiK llirouijh our veins,
bmindhii; tlirmiitli our hearts and ploiiKlilui:
tbinURh our physical frames, our morals become
better, our constitution stronger, our
Intellectual faculties more acute nud
and men, women nntl children happier,
hciiltlilcrnml more lovely.
The unprecedented demand, tho
eurnllvo powers, ami the
itiniif from those of tltilinponelinblo
character ami Integrity, point with unerring
tltiKcr to 11. 11. II. Ilotnnlc Illnnd
Mr tho best, the cheapest, the quickest, the
grainiest and most powerful blood remedy
ever before know 11 tn mortal mini, hi the
positive cure of Scrofula,
Skin Diseases, nil taints of blood poi
son, Kidney complaints, old ulcers nud
sores, cancers, eatnirh. etc.
II. II. II. Is only about three years old a
bnby hi ago, a giant In power but 110 remedy
In America run make or ever lias made
sueh a wondeiful showing or Its tunglcal
powers In curing ami enthuly eradicating
the above complaints, nnd gigantic sales hi
tho fate of ticnlcd opposition aud would-be
betters fi 0111 nil points where It has boon
Introduced are pouring tn upon us, speaking
In Its loudest praise. Seme say they receive
more beuetlt Irom one bottle of II. II. II. than
they have from twenty, thirty ami llfly and
even one hundred bottles of a boasted de
coction uflnert nntl loots ami
branches of common foicst trees. Wo hold
the proof In blnck nud white, anil wo also
Ml who desire full Information nbniit thn
cause aud euro ol Mood Poisons, Sciofula
ami Scrofulous Swellings, fleers, Sores.
Itlieuuiatlsui. Klilnev C'omnlalnts. Catarrh.
etc., can secure by mall, free. 11 copy of our
Illustrated Hook of Wonders, ruled
with tbo most wonderful i.nd startling proof
ever before known. Address,
Hl.OOI) IIAI.it CO., Atlanta, tla.
For sale by '.. Wayne Orilllu .V Hro., druggist!),
ITHE LIGHT RUHMIMQ
Ly .vH l
HAS NO EQUAL.
Hew Heme Sewing lacMne Co.
30 thloi Crstci''. St. Lou's, Mo.
tUV.a.C. Di!a?,"i l-i Frtncltcc, CI.
1 rORUMPlC CENTS
ju:ai tin 1. hook.
"58B II Cuts tla LANCUKC
anil lilllBllt tl Ctrl
flower ind hnb. IIOOO
Vf. rrem Kinas. .iisikii
Know! Ralutl Flirt,
wltli Glflvi. Plraial.
or tla kind ever pub-
U.Iast eml l'itlren
RlRTINC lints In htanim tor
a piiinpiecupy, afsoour
price to atcenls. AKent
WHiiiisI ivtnwliri. AiL
MCRICtll PUB. CO.. 17 Mertk Tm ltin, PHIU'l.fl.
OUR SINGER THIS STYLE $J7
J DAYS' TKIAL.
HHTfflr I A Full Net or
"VJU3BJ Tf p.,M
C C. HOWE A CO.,
122 N. 0 111 St., PtaUs.. Vm
IF : YOU : WANT
MAMMOTH It MAMMOTH
WE ARE PREPARED TO DO
AT LIVING PRICES
-CALL ON US WHEN YOU-
Nueil Anything in Oof Line
WILL TREAT YOU PAIR
Estimates Furnished to Distant Parties.
FURNISH humlrcls of homes
yearly with line Pianos mul Organs,
rutd allow customers to pay
in small monthly or qimitcrly payments.
J. iK C. Fischer.
Rosewood, Ebonized, Walnut,
J XI) MAlOOAXY CASKS. Sl'KC'
IAl. DK&IOXS MADi:
D. H. Bald win & Co.,
LOUISVILLE, : . KENTUCKY.
Choice Mylea of Organs for the .Sitting
43 Itnoni, l.ihrarj ami llnll. tf
JJew Improvzd Hgh Arm,
New McihanjLl 1'.k:.'.'s
and Rotary Mci'cmcit, Aio
matia, L.rcct and Perfect Action,
Cylinder Shuttle. C'lfcct
tng Noedlc, Positive Fee i. ITo
Springs, Few Parts, ?!.. "-urn
Weight, No Friction, No No.sc,
No Vcar, No Fatigue, No
"Tantrums," Capacity U'.lim
lied, Always m Order, R.shly
Qucs Perfect Saiicf'tizn.
Send for C:rclo.s
AVERY MACHINE CO.,
812 Broadwa" tA.York.
-J nil I vl c
V Ipat.0ot.30tb.l883. 1
Mmlo only of llio llnrit nml br qnnl.
iiyir;iusi lor titiistiiiKiiuKiii'iit.
Evory prood thing 1b
nnd consum.ira nro CAUTIONED
ngninat IMITATIONS o!
thoso Ohlmnoya mado of VERY
POOR GLASS. Soothntthooxact
labol is on each chimnoy nanbovo.
Tho Poarl Top ia always cloar and
GEO. A. MACBETH A CO.
I.'itl lliHH Work.
FOR SALE BY DEALERa
v Inline Parsons Restored
m m 1 NFnvFRFftTnnpn
curt fr Nirvt AfTtettamt. A11. Mir,
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nud the ooiirlei.Joiiriiii, tlie best
nml ablest ! itmlly Vi celtly iu tn ,
New Styles of Job Type
jUr)Tnf.ci:ivi:n uvthi: iikhald
For the Execution ofFinoWork.
(tapeake, tUok ktasta
Southern Trunk Line
Through the Virginias to
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Ami ull l'olutw In
Arkansas and Texas.
Tlirotit;li Tlckt'ts nru now on Mile.
Cull on ormlilrexs,
W V LONU, Agt. ii F. MITCH i:i,l.
lloavor Dam ti 1' A Louisville.
Tlic Dc'ocinlH'r Number will IicrIii tlio
."o Volume of llAM'm'i M
Mli Wi)oNim'noi'l, "ljtst AimcN,"
and .Mil. lloW.l.t.S"liidiau Milliliter" hold.
Ini; the foriMiinit ilnco Iu current serial Melton
u HI run tlnotiitli Mernl iiumliei, nud
uill tie followed li) serial stork'-, fiotn li. i.
III. U'KMOIIK lllld MlL 1. M.t i:IK. A MOM
edttiirlal it' iiartmeut,
liv Hie. curri'iit llteniture of Aiueiiea
mid i:nroit', vlll lio contributed by . !.
lloM.i.i.s lifirlnnliiK u ltli tlio.liuuiary
Tlic isrmit lltcmry cNent of the er
"III lie the piibllcutlouof 11 series of iiuik
tnkliiK thcihitpeof 11 story, and dcplitiln;
clmnictcrltllc fcaturei of Aineilean soi'lit
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