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THE HERALD. fdin p. nvKHErr voo., PnbiiiJtpr JOIIX P. n.inHETT, Editor.' IT.1RTFOK9, -OHIO CODNTT, KT. WEnxesDAV, dec, 22 1975. SALARY GRAB. Wc thing the Oweiifboro Examiner is in error in stating that the Hon. Jas B. Beck voted for the "Salary Grab" kill as it is often called. Our recollec tion u that Mr. Beck wa absent ntthe time the bill was Toted on. THEMOSEL DISASTER. The loss of life by the Moscl disaster (a brief account of which we gave our waders last week) proves to have been fearful. At least 200 were killed. Thomason-or Thomson., who had the Dinamite Tin his trunk, has confessed that the whole plot was arranged "to blow. up. several vessels to-obtain a fic ticious insurance. He has committed suicide. He said his real name was Thomas, and1 he was a native ot New York. He gave the dame of his-accomplices, but they have not been, made public yet DA VIESS CO UNTF ASSOCII T10N We see from the minutes of the Da viess County Babtist .Association held in August, 1875, that they hare a to tal of thirty-three churches with an ag- rigatc membership of four thousand one huudred and fifty-three, all of whom are whites but eight. The total gain during the year was five hundred and five. . Total loss was two hundred and thirty-five. Net gain over loss tw hundred and seventy. DESTR UCTIVE FIRE On the evening of the 14th jnst. fire broke out in .the Wheeler & Wil ton Sewing JIachine Cabinet Shopr at Bridgeport, Conn., which caused a loss to the company of 500,000, on which there was an insurance of $316,000. The loss of tho Sewing Machine Cabi- net Company will be $100,000. The bdildings burned are those formerly occupied by the Wheeler & Wilson Company. The new buildings of the company, erected about seven years ago'were not injured. Two boys were killed and a half-dozen other persons severely injured by a falling wall. Two huadled mechanics are thrown out of employment by the fire. THE THIRD TERM IN CONGRESS. The third term business was killed in the House of Representatives on the 15th inst: ULr. Springer (Dem., HL) offered the following: resolution, and moved the nrevious question on its adoption: Retdeei, That in the opinion of this House, the precedent established by Washington and other Presidents of the United btates, in retiring from the n resides tial office ofter a second term has become by universal concurrence a part of ur republican system of govs eminent, and that and departure lrom this timehonored custom would be un wise, unpatriotic, and fraught with peril to our free institutions. The previous question was seconded and the resolution adopted yeas, 161 nays, lis. On the same day the House passed a resolution in opposition to subsidies. Mr..Holman (Dem., Ind.) offered WmmPlksit In the judgment the Housefln the present condition of the financial affairs of the trovernmeut, uo subtidies in money, bonds, public .-.vJjafBriBtfsttaents, or by the pledge flTTJuwc credit, should be granted by Congress to associations or corporations eagaced, or proposing to engage, public or private enterprises, and that all appropriations lrom the public treasury ought to be limited at this time to such amounts only as shall be imperatively demanded by the publi service. He moved the previous question on rts adoption. The previous question was seconded - and the resolution adopted yeas, T16 says, tw. Mb. Fost, of Illinois, offered a reso lution in Congress on the 14th inst providing that all appointments to sub ordinate positions in the House of Rep resentatives, wounded Union soldiers should be preferred. The Republicans supported this measure; but it is evi dent that they only did it as a piece of buncomb, as poor wounded Union sol diers were almost wholly ignored and neglected when they had a large ma jority in both houses. The resolution was referred to the committee on ac counts. We return many thanks to Hon H, D. McHesby and wife for the pleasure of participating at the birthday dinner of Sirs Taylor, the mother of Mrs. McHexry, on Saturday last Th immaculate linen, and the many nice delectable edibles were enough to tempt a rich mail, and all present seemed to have appreciative appetites. We re gret that little Isabel was so sick as to friar, to some extent, the pleasure of thecvening. Tbc'Republican Convention for the State of Texas will be held in Houstin on January 12, 1876.. vrnr some people are too POOR TO TA KE THE HERALD. Silver spoons arc used to scrapc-ket-1 1 VS' Coffee, tea, pepper, and sdices, nre 1ff , ofnn.1 nnnn ntfl 1rw til PIT I i itih i3-v umv. fppnrrHi. I l'otatocs in the cellar grow, ana tne " m . i I T? sprouts are not reraovea until tne po 1 .! .1 tatoes uecumu nuruin-sa. i Ttmnm nri nntfnr hunt? im. !irul are I ennn snnilorl BOOn spOllCa. .Nice handled knives arc tlirowp into hot water. The-flour is sifted in a wasteful man ner, and the bread-pan U left with the 1 doufh sticking to it Clothes are left on the line to whip I ? --- . . i to pieces in tho wind. lubs and barrels are, left in the sun to dry and fall apart Dried fruits are not taken care ol in season, and become wormy. lings, strings and paper arc thrown into the fire. Pork spoils for the want of salt, and beef because the brino wants scalding. -- . t . . t m w 1 I liits ot meat, vcgetaDies, oreau ana cold pudding are thrown away when it I might be warmed, steamed and served as good as new. From the report of the Post Master General we gather the following infor mation: rrv.i r , j; I Total receipts of the year ending June 30, 1875, from all sources, $27, "441,360,57. The expenditures of all kinds, during the same term,were $33- 611,209,45, being an overplus over and above receipts of $6,169,948,88. The expenditures arc $1,484,894,87 creator than the previous year. The total number of postage stamps, stamp ed envelopes and wrappers issued dur ing the Year was 973,275,025: the value of which was $25,477,511,24 There was 3,628,808 letters received at the dead .letter office. 45,009 of these contained money and checks to the amount of $3,059,716,67; $11,080 of this fund was transferred to the credit Postal Department in U. S. Treasury, The name of the sender t t,:l known to the Department $2,922 On 33 i the year, and only ten of these tailed to "I .... .... ... reach their destiuation, and they COn- tained postage stamps to the amount of $256,30. The number of money or ders issued during the year was 5,006, 323 for the aggregate sum of $77,431,- 251.58, a coin of over three millions over the proceeding year. JcdqeJohk R. Flippis was nomi nated by the Democrats of Memphis for mayor, on Friday last. Now, that I he is nominated, may he bo well flip tn to the omce. Edwabd B. Colo an, of Owensboro, has been appointed gaugcr of this dis' trict A better appointment, in our opinion could not have been made. Governor McEnery has appoint ed the Hon. R. H. MarbU. S. Sen ator from the State of Louisiana, in place of W. L. McMillian resigned. This will probably again bring up the question as to who is Governor of Lou isiana. Hon. Bircu Musselman is a candi- date for Sergeant-at-Arms in the House of Representatives. Wcare veil ac-l quainted with Mr. Mcsseluak, and wotld be glad, to see him successful, as he would, without doubt, fill the office acceptably. Pejchback got discouraged about his senatorial prospects ou Friday, and went back to New Orleans with the pious remark, "I'm going home to raise hell." There is.no doubt he will do his best in that way. Governor Porteb has advised the holders of Tennessee State bonds that there are no funds on hand to meet the January, 1876, interest Unfortunate Tennessee; she went through a course-l of reconstruction. Happy old Ken tucky; she is out of debt, and assets on hand, and yet many of the people of this Commonwealth are crying out hard times and high taxes. Senator Mobton has introduced a resolution asking for a committee of United States Senators to investigate the recent election in Mississippi, and alleges that said election was carried by the Democrats throughifraud, in timidation, ballot-box stuffing, &c. Ac tion on the resolution has been post poned until after the holidays, when it is probable there tvill be some lively speechifying about it. The Hartford Herald, a sprightly paper published at liarttord.Uhio co.. ivy., came to us tnis week asking an exchange. We welcome the Herald to Our office. The Herald is ably edited hv Mr. .Inhrr K. Isnrretr. nnrt m nlwnvs tij j eellaneouB news. Bmdinn (rrvn Pan. 4r.f. tagrapn. Wcare ODllgea to Hie raniagrapn. VST j i l: -nr. t peued to see a cony of the Panianrarh, , it 1 J -.1 ana was eo wcji p.easeawim it uuu we at once proposed an exchange, it is one of the livest, wide-awake papers in it.- n .... W UKUituiii.uwun.. fiunuiiuiu trcntlemanr proprietors abundant SUC " the crow house, Otmoslte the Courthouse hartford, rr. l.vrmv s Tritnnr ...... p....in. .,.,,,,. . . , .,, : frt- I : ..t.i: a iuh prices iud uiicuuk uuuuo are rofucci ful It invited to civo us a ihar of patronage. - ' AToptiAn tn a ila tn rnnil vrt aiti ormrvi dart UUIS. ctujk rrvt? Mr augni win continue too singe twice a ,Uv between Hartford and Beaver Dam. morn. ing and evening, connecting with all passen. ger trains on the u. r. A Southwestern rati road. Passengers let down wherever they de sire, nol ly CAPTAIN N, BEN. PECK, wrni- GABMEB 00., WHOLESALE GROCERS, Dealers in Tobaccos .Alld Com. 3Sercliailts, No 196 M , . St bet- Fifth & Sixth ' LOUISVILLE, KY, HOfTSE AND LOT FOB RENT. I desire to rent my house and lotin the town olllartrord. win maae reaftonaoie terms io a i , ,.., v, r,.,., !(,,! it, or tne undersigned, or jonn f. uarreit. jndan a. liarrlion. JlartfordJIj.-j. October 6th, 187S. NET II THOMAS clock: S If you want a good clock at a moderate prree. send for our new illustrated price list ofSeth Thomas clocks. Clocks securely packed and sent to any.address at our risk on rceeipt oi price aua uuy ccuiaauuniuuai iwr cxurcsi Money may be tent safely by regis- terea letter or P"". C. 1'. BARNES k BRO., Jewelers,Ma!n St., bt. 6th & 7th, Louisriile.Ky. FIRST New Goods OF THE. . WM. IT. WIL.I.I AMH, HARTFORD, KY. Takes pleasure in announcing to the citisen of Hartford and Ohio county trial ne tt Receiving IDaily, THE LATEST NOVELTIES DRY GOODS, Gents' and Boys' Clothing, BOOTS & SHOES, tt. -Htxra rn On PPmaxxro r A Staple and PANCY GROCERIES, Alio dealer In Leaf Tobacco, I will sell very low for cash, or exchange for all kinds of country produce. My motio is "Quick sales ant small profits. nol ly MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTICE James II. Taylor's. Admr., pi LIT, 1 acainst equity. James II. Taylor's heirs, dfts. 1 All persons baring claims against the estate of James II. Taylor, deceased, are requested produce the same, properly proven to tho un dersigned, Master Commissioner of the Ohio Cireuit Court, at hir office in IHrtford Ky., on or before the 15th day of October next, or they will be forever barred. is. n. iiunnciiu, u.u.u.u.b. -Jullll. 1875. 28n3m MtaDEL & KAHN, ScROMWELL, KY., ' Wholesale and retail dealers In Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, G100EEIE8, -WJUV JL JUL JL X 9 Boots c3 Slioes, And everything usually kept in wcll-regulatel mercantile establishments. Thoy buy their roods for CASK and eet them at BOTTOM PRICES, hence they aro onabled, by doing an EXCLUSIVELY CASH butiess, to undersell any house in Ohiocouny TV IT C T7 will take this occasion to bo- Ms OU JLV. tify the farmers of Ohio and Butler counties, that they aro largo and con stant bnyers ot COUNTRY PRODUCE, I f " descriptions, for which they pay tho very I "'fa"- ! " -o Ie8t I J purchasing business in the county, always pay- ling higher prices, IN CASH, than anybody elv. lney asK a snare oipuouo patronage 1 r33-4m I WJT. 1I1BDWICC, A. T. MILL. n.VUDHICK t Jf AI.L. drilkrs DRY GOODS, groceries. HATS, CAPS . """" " QOBENSWARE, 4C. Which we will sell low for cash, or exchange I for country produce, paying the highest market pnce nol iy P0 OP THE HARTFORD ; J.. A HOME FOR THE SIP The Hemld Will always contain the news of the County in a Brief and Condensed form. JSf ow is the time to GIVE US And thus enable us to make it one of the best papers in the Country. As an advertising medium, the SljER.AjLjD by any journal in the Green River Country. is equal to any in the $tate,and nearly every household in the county. B Of the IIEIlAIil is in every respect complete, and as neat job work can he done here as in the cities. Sustain your HERALD. PAPER PEOPLE. as YOUR AID. is unsurpassed Its circulation country paper finds its way in W County Paper. DEPARTMENT HARTFORD MALE Ann FEMALE SEMINARY. (::) The next Session of this Institution will com mence on the Flrit Monday In September, 1877. and continue Twenty-two Weekf, under the enarge or MALCOLM McIXTYRE, A. B., aided by competent Assistants. One-half of I tie tuition lee will be due at the middle of tho session, and the other half at the close. TERMS PER SESSION: Primary .... $10,00 Higher English, MO.00 Junior 15,00 Latin i Greek. 2J.0O mciQiDui ice, io do paia in ao ranee, Special attention paid to fitinr bors for Cot lege. Board can be obtained at from $7,50 to ;j,uu a ween, t or lunner information apply iu mo i rincipai, or io me undersigned. njo-u bam. n. uibb. Trustee. STAVES' 500,000 WHITE OAK STAVES AND HEADIKO wanted. For further information address DOBSEV. HENRY Sc CO , II and Delaware, Lonisrille,, Kj Reference: -Jno. P. Barrett. J. W. Lewis. I uaruord, Kjr. RUFER'S HOTEL AND H. certtx-cvrcLxxt (EUROPEAN PLAS.) OPEN DAT AND NIUlfT. ROOMS AT ONE DOLLAR A DAY Fifth St. bet. Main and Market, LOOISTILLB, KTS, Pirn.. T. GtcMif, j Proprietors'. Aitihicus Whido.-, o35-3m JUST FROM THE EASTI E. SMALL witJr hfs raomnroth steels of Tall and Wloter goods, consisting Is past of . DRY GOODS Men & Boys Clothing! BOOTS, 8H0ES, HATS, CAPS, BLANKETS, COMFORTS, ani LADIES FURS, Also the largest assortment of FH MESS HIS Ever brought to tbia market, all of trbicb I be oilers at loner prices than ever before. I ivrmt neary QrootSUal of every description are always kept on band. 1ST. ES. The very- hralirt m3T price be pft for fibers, anctt lriui, lurs qlc "Bnjt a Cfnnlne Tritium. I tTaTTJK tn Z ot. roia aiiTot w ijTiTTffT rn tut. Ul(lFMf.SbstsUlM. rLsua. 5thTbrmj Clocks. LAdttt' ; tfclawmmauti. OMsUmt st irs)i O. fl.T.. raiiaM. ll(dnini).Ur Mtalutteir CP MmrmmM Wrm IjpiIpss THE INDIANAPOLIS SUN. The leading INDEPENDENT REF ORSf WEEKL Apolitical newspaper In the United States; the special advocate of the Interests of I liatxir as against combined Capital; Legal Ten der Paper Money as against Bank Issues and the Gold Basis Fallacy; and the Interchange- ante currency JJona as against the High Uold inleresi iJOna. rne BUI nas a corns or aol corresnoadrats among.the clearest and most profound thinkers Miseellanr of tha choicest selection, adapted io an classes oi readers. Terms, $1.75 per year, postpaid. Sample copies sent free on application. Address, . IXDIaXAAFOLIS Sr.-C COHPAHT. Itdianajxtli; Ini. . JOnXP.TBACYfcSO. UNDERTAKERS HARTFORD, KY. I Manufacturers and dealers la all kinds ef wooden coffins, from the finest rose wood casket loinocneapesipaupercomn. All kinds of cofin trimmings constantly Keep a fine hearse always ready to attend tunerais. . - - Wagons and Buggies, constantly on hand or made to order. Partic ular attention girea to plow stocking. ion ijr w. n. Kauzr. AtrBin BCT. MATJZY & HURT, MDERTAEEES, Hartford, Kentucky. rnnrrtnrir and dealers in all kinds of wooden cotSni, burial eases and caskets atthe LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. All kinds of coffin trimmings on hand and for sale cheaper than any bouse tn town. General Wood Workers. We are also prepared to oo WXZSX ZSZZiK W irienas couiu .. . . We desire your patronage, ana guarau.? sstlsfaelion. MAUZY HURT. m Ixralflle, TitdueaJi A SonUiwMlcn The down train for Pidoeih ktm T: Tills, daily except Sunday at S:4ia. g oad ax- Ceeltran Junction at Grayson Springs at H: a. a. 12:2 p. a. 12:37 " 1:15 r 2:55 " J:20 " 3:15 " 4:18 ' aiciicnneid at Millwood at (Dlesef) Bearer Dam at Rockport at uwensooru janclion f OreenTtll MortonTills Junotioa at radueah at 1:00 The ud train for TanliTllTa I'm.- t. a -l. uaiij except ounaay at a. Kortonrillo Juaetion at Greenrille at J.M 1. . 7 . ' " 6il . and arrires at T: a. m-. S:5S ' t:li i-.a- ' 10:15 " 12:10 p. m. 12:21 " 12.-45 " 1M5 Owensboro Junetioa at Rockport at Bearer Data at LeichSeld at Grayson Sprinrs Bl;Clinyt (Dianeir. Cecilian Junctioa at Louisville at :Si " Sotrtbrfft txresm This trainnakes cloi ronn-(Ioi.f trnrille wlA the Bt. a,jruU aid Boutlsastsm fer NsjhTille, and passengers fo cm to tie latter city without change of ears. SlespUg eanEi reclining cniln on tbest trains. Leares LonisTill. at t;t( p m ail arm is t Cecilian Junction at I;9 f m Leitchfield at Caneyrille at Bearer Sam at Rockport at Owensboro Jaastlora at OreenTille at Nortonrifle :j lf( 11:05 J WO "3 11:5 12:15 " lKliau . tAi - Tadueab at Xort stern bfrm, . Leares Padueah ait tola m A NorloniilUat 1.41V, SreenvHIsat J io "' Owensboro Juaetion at x'-qg Bearer Dam at . j' u . Caneyvllle at . 4.50 Leitennejd 1,1 u Cecilian Junction at i'.jj " LouisTilleat ton Hartford . connected wiiK t1i .1 Beaer lanrby sUge Hc Iwice a day. These trains eonueet with SliiaSethtowa af ' Ceeelian: with nwrnlum n v JanetioD, ani with EransTille, ndtrsoa aaJ r. Wjiitcoxb. SoptrintwdM.. EranaylUe, Owensboro A XtvJif illV by the following Use-tab!; 9ac Lcane afrfrfrtJsj 0st 7JSI -IJ7. " 7.1 7.B5 f.55 !' 0.4 " 0J1I .l?,'t- 5.4 5.41 " OwentSsTS at 8.00 a Sutherland's Sa " Crow's B-38 Lewis' 1.43 Riley's 7.00 " Tiehenor! 7.1 Lirermor D. 70" LWeraort 7.2i Island 7J7 (Stroud's 7.43 " !9. Carrolitoa 8.09 " iL.P.JtS.W.Cros'gSJO' -L.P.4S.Tr.Dtp. SJS " ICCOHKODATt. Leates Arr?ri- Owenslrisrt 2.00 nn liM.a SulSerlsffd's JM lI.M-" . Crow's . 2.S lJ.H Lewis 3.01 ' Ttuir- HWtj'r 5.16 10.41 TiebeoWs T.30 toj " Lirermor D. 3.4 " It.lR5 11 Term ore 3 49 " li.l Island 4.02 " J Stroud's 4 17 1.44 S. Carrolitoa 4.40 1.21 - L.P-lS.'W.Cr'g 4.55 1.45 Tiaios nra daily, SuisJajs rxeid - K. S. TRIPLETT, Oearf MaaagV. HARTFBRB X.OBOK, XO. !,-1; 0. . T Meets regularly etery Tharrday etsalEg la? Ta) tor's Ball. TraasUit- mcabirs f rk unlwT.tiiy iat t k tM,t.wSAX' W" -T' rminllJfiTsTa i .- m m m ssssv ss is IIIIIBI llirssffll Plain solid tS-kt. Gold Xmnsnt tast Wedding Rltfgs farnisrrcd to order proaptly; aho.Set Rings, with AmetbisU Uaraet Topax, , Moss Agate, Pearl or Diamond settiagw Plain Sold 8-kt. Rings from $5 ta 5)15 each. In or- 14tl rr m m-m r tK la tnlfe nf laaa 44 a .a -:.s .t.Tl .i r. andsead ustbpr. Wa inscribe aay namv motto, er date free of rtarge. Jti3gt seal by mail on receipt of price, or by express, witav u seat safely by Xxpren, rttBev MoneT Order, or Rsrlstersd letttf. I R.f.r . Seam W Biln. " I n t -ai-awa v Jewelers. MaUsUbU Bth 47tb,LoulaTiH!Kr jx. a. Tao as, sio-vrun. JAS. A. THOMAS tfc C9. . HARTFORD, KY. Dealers is staple and faary - DRY GOODS. Notions, Fancy Goods, Clothing, Boots aae Shoes, Uats and Caps. A larje asse-rtueal of these goods kept constantly on hand, and wll 1 be sold at the very lowest cash, price. nol IT MASTER COMMISSIONER'S NOTWX. Gabriel Acton's Admrs, pllffs,! acainst Scully. Gabriel Acton's heirs, defts. J All cersons havine elaims aralaitthe esutsr- of Gabriel Acton, deceased, are requested U produce the same, properly proves, to tha aa- derslgsid, Master Commissioner of the Ofcla. Circuit Court, at bis office In Hartford, Ky., oa or before the 1Mb day of Ootober next, or they will be farever barred. E. R. MURBKLL, J4.C.O.U.C. July 14, 1875. ZSatm . flVTVaa on SlWlllV mAvMeUI The nnderslsmed would retpeetfsJIy aa- I nounee to the Ladiea of HARTFORD and VICINITY, that they ein bare their Sewing MaoMnei nrotierlv adjusted, at any time, and ea-res,- t in-kble terms, by leaving them at the CROW HOUSE, IN HARTFORD, DAVID L. B ARNETTS, BUCK HORSJ. Weed er Rsalar- ton machines for second-hand aathlits-of any ''iave on lan4 f lecond-oaad a chines, la good order, for sale very tow. . j. jr. jiiuj. MASTER C03aUISSIONER3 X0TICI. A.P.BaIrd'sAdmr.tUAaua. l A rains t fsuitr A. P.BaJrd'e-Uelrs, Defendanti- ah .... navigr el aim anlnst tie e- UteofAlKson Porter Balrd, deceased', are re -7"-fc0BmUsiUar f produce tne same, propwriy Ohio" clri tfr 1 - T - n 1 is. it. aunut.nn, . v. v. vs . Oct. 2th, IKS.