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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 30 May 1889

Her SOMERSET, PA., THURSDAY, MAY 80, 1880. 1 El f! RISHER'S BOOK STORE. Here you run tct the full i;iiii-lrnuxl history of the k A '..s.tp- rdl: t' t Ul T INjI It U ale, luW tl alid I omilY JUT". 'EiHltL- Cull In!) M LOWEST WHOLESALE RATES. Fisher's Book Store. 3LES, ALBUMS, SUNDAY-SCHOOL TICKETS. CARDS, MENTS. GOSPEL HYMNS. PICTURES, FRAMES, kv McnHitip. fluse Hull tttnl !Ut. The hinut tin, k'hi ( ourt uock w ill U- at HEAD QUAPiT CI v S A.T 1HERR d BROTHERS. i u; .M.t. kim's or lies, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, k tiM'll 111 )U t l.t- II :iUittl of tin- LOWEST CASH PRICES i iw- e then -J v tiMtkv i! .ntti;.M NAiT KtN .l AkAM Rfcl. FERNER BROTHERS' Reliable Close-Priced Shoe Store- petiole Congress ! a. is cm represents the Kmer- tti! IViinle ( oinrri-ss in Kanga t4 1'orp. ise. tori. .van and I.lmsa double p.re one z piai-e.1 bm k, aid llieotli f front of i(,e ankie-lione t is prpventing the strain .f Ii'tibl-r on J tie a!ik'.e-l.one C preventing the c 're Sirainst Ksrn imle. ami ....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 30 May 1889

iiili mine ; the chestnut were gone afurr the parties went away ; we lial a pillow-slip like that ; I can't say positively that is the one ; I can't say exactly how much money waft missing. Fannie Wilhelm sworn Was at Chris tian Yoder's the evening of the robbery ; the robbers came in at the doors, two at each door; three had revolvers and the ' fourth a club ; they tied Yoder's and Ste vauus' hands behind their back before they asked for money ; Yoder told them where it was and they went and got it ; then they searched the house; ail ate something; three at first, then the other ono; tixk Yoder into a room and in a few minutes afterwards took him out of doors; took him out second time ; his face was disfigured whenlawhiiu again. Annie Kngle, sworn Live in Klklick about one mile from ioders; saw Lewis and Tanker on April 2nd at our house; sold them a dime's worth of ap ples ; they laid down above our'gardeu ; went away and came back afterwards; caw Marshall Sullivan the afternoon of...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 30 May 1889

t .loll" .,11 .:.l 1 : it. i !,l..i!l.il j 15 : I'll!.. .f Wh'ir- l: 5..:..,.!-"V A fr mining A K. fl.U H iv .i-''l -, , .In i n I' V ic r-iu'Fi.;:i Iki- lus-n cn- 4nm:i,ai:..M ' 0 Tje-W A-,,! . a i:rl-ti 0 I..HIO- ' 1 1 .- ,-t. . j;l lilt- iaw I 1' f hi- nn- j:,.. Vl liar V.-. H' '- 5 H.iv.-I i:c :i-k !.:. ,.f Krank'.in an 1 Mao .n of Mr. YV. ' au.l is a in-ad-1 r.,Ie,,.. j I Down to ilea kcck. in u:"i w cli-.i, veil rail buy a l'ri'i i-..ri- -',i.! i ;itss Wart- a sa.-r v. a; m' - " i:. v.. r..ti 1.. i:n. S tlH'X-t, '. I'm l..i. r. iMi trial at (... -5 mil! at la- l'-'iili'i iM'ily. ,-,.. Triiiiiirm rn:i!i li Mi. I T-ss v 1:. I m. -. V..- M-iry M M ' ' ' ' ,cr Ii-!- "i C'l-t- l':'" .i.- 1 ' 1. : .i!.:ikir an. I i-s j , liuie M d.l'lj.'hter of ii in. W. fh a i'i-il.'l.iy party 1 1 ty eveim::-. Ami'iii; 11:1 -r. ; -v. fr . .,f J..i a'ar-ud w ti' M ;s town. M-ss K.-ic l,r."Misl..li' ; M :- "''-'j' N.t:nii" II' tll-v, of 1'.. :!:n ; i,,. r.'cf li.iiii.-n. Notice to Traverse Jurors. 1,...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 30 May 1889

m ij n j i u ! i XI.U..-.U'. Kin-i-icii : lit u. lu :;.n. :ho s3- KICKED UP A liRKKZE. I-...n,e.-s Fine 1 'aadLs i ...usiai.lly on hard at A. F. )'.. i.'-a - F it Fine Vars p IJ M. tk-hruck, opio id I o li.e Jm.iii.tx t Hum-. iti'-y ( aps :,! ,! l'!,i'.v r.i-iy. a: Mi. A. 1. Fid's. in jrrt a va- Tfm;rj!v .irhiiu on i-eat M. Sehrc-:k', j opposite tiit' S I Il'iu.-e. j I - - j fi.CO-HAVTlAN TREATY. ! TV- I'issc. h Mlnlatcr luic5 Any Knol. ' j riT ol ilip IM'.te:rriiB srwiiient GEN. LEW WALLACE AND CSVC.LY i IU '.T - CE. M.f 2. Tlie Sun' si.. -ia) JOHNSON W.LL NOT GO TO HAYfl. f" i. r U itjl '" ! to I i.iyi:.-.i i-iatters it is now learned that : ifxm the fi.-.-t rumor't of a Fnineo- !hto! SmuiH A'i.uiin-.l v. l.y ih-y Will ; 1 ! . -.v i ri tr-.-itv Mr. Flame called the r.v t- ::!.'!) ot t'i" ririMh tnim-ster to trj .; . 71. Ihrnstaa discla-.m. -J in ttte ITotest A!" Jihi:a (iivia; tn . n;, p.,i!:ve niam.er any p -rsonal V::-i lln-oni-Tn a! Mjav.l Il.-l .lien ' ki v 1 -. of the existen...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 31 May 1889

Soto p 1 t z FSLlQ. J A SOMERSET, PA., FRIDAY, MAY 31, 1889. ; r J o 1AKP! p I all tlx new alut tle cQviiitina! trltl tiuw jjwiu m in Court, go to OSHER'S BOOK STORE. IIitt you can Ret tlie fuli iUuMruU-1 lii-lory of ihe I lEfiGER MURDER amdthe YODER HANGING, r Jr.i. -1- l: lii'-t lTtf.(fniHl'nm in rc-f.r.1 to Ihe inn-TJunt trial now- poips on. Jiistii-e ,.',: i-: isi . - I I 1. and all ki; I- ( l .:'lt!i.iii. l k-K I . i itn i KImhp t:l.;l! Ill v-'oih-v o;i-lHr.i- cull CM 'li-iuhit'" I III iis .Snl- I'-mIn u.c. To Uhip i nn K'-I Mivr Mnoc. low li aikI t'ouuly Mt-p-lixiil.- Cnu buy at LOWEST WHOLESALE RATES.- . iiikI T-cpi! i u; r!T. Eavc'io;i.-s. lnk. IV-i-iK (Vn. T.il.l.-N and cverythlnr in .i,.-. I e l'Ulxliiiti; daily pu.-rs und ;1 the u.i.iilUT ami H i-u.lii. alb are lor Nile-at Fisher' s Book Store. ,.. tti.a.- and attra.tive ,w will l.r .Mrl-K .". n.-t -V natil II v.k- p. m :, : .-ltv- .co:,iai .l:iU'm nlxl aU' U'.lon ttili lie'shcuM ail pulrolis and J -t tl ! - UuMruiB. ili-...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 31 May 1889

ilvel whu me ths greater part of iLe time; I r.c.-or l.ejfd anything Sjj uast bim. ( '.-i-mn:i:;atiuii Hj was in my employ ami wis true M my trusts ; others asked rce about him ; heard no one talk aLoat bim before t his ttecurred. John (loci was recallel as to Grant Dean's reputation and testified that it was good. Thomas Reese I live at Meyersdale; 1 run a coal mine; knuw Iiin sins: March ; din t know niiicli alxMil bim : never heard auvlbi'iz asainst bim before this. lurid Fuller I live in Elklick township an.lam a Justice of the Peace; seen Ora'U ll.,in frrn!nnt1v didn't know bim till March; never heard anything against hira. .1. I?. D.nn, rivalled. The community in which I knew Grant Dean is about Markleysburg; as far as. I know his re putatioa is goo J ; hs is no relation to rue, only my father raised him. J. H. Hutnberson.recailed. I live near Markleysburg; know TGrant Dean since we were boys ; his reputation is good. T. J. Kugle, recalled. Testified that (jrant JVan's reputat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 31 May 1889

"I. n l knew no-Jims it, un l dt-uiw i h! any "f !'-!'"" (!"' it" i (,f the C :u :n :i f ''' ll,t".r .n'll:it, wys L-.wi. Talker and lllivau were rr,-Mii 1 a" hit) linute :s !. u.I iaskrr as-eu wn' ? f, vr .U t r ! 7 it who ser t an Mr. n-,s n" relative; I'ins- 'i ' if - i" l Hiiis natives, and .liukh..n and j M ii !lt I ii"''iUin, lira uniian, J !1 Sjiiivan are leiem.iinia. i nun anioumo-i. ,-Uiire made eot:iletelit witness j Tl-indimlions arc Itiat the motion (or a j n'c mid relatives are foii'i-rtpntj v-vra:ir will 1. withdrawn t!.i.i nu.rn-t.-, s al.. lint t ho credibility of a'.l I ig ""J l'e XUvly's trie.1 to;-ct!ier. j defense as to Lewis snd Tasler is ( 4 n.irrdv. on a denial that the Con) . . . ...... 1 ii...;. jj-y a tlx per1" who committed ( tf.'-'ise. Vuu will readily recall all I .teiiee that bears upon their cou- i gm with the offense. i If-. 'miu.fJ by tlie defense that there i -,:live iof that the prisoners or I J if thrui, committed the ofTenae, i L a i nlKiniulunis...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 31 May 1889

JUiihen & Kiniinell keep tb b gro wl ie in Berlin. Key men Fine Candies constaiilly on hand at A. E. Tisel's. For Fine Cigars go to M. Sclirock, oppo tite ilie Somerset House. ISasy Cps and lial'.v 1'resM-s in gnat va line, at Mm. A. K. lid. Trniraiiro drinks on iee.al M. Schrc'.k's, opposite tlie Somerset House. AH the lateet uprinfr ani summer gooJa at Matthews & Kinimcll's, liorlin, I'a. If you want t!ie worth of your money, po to Mitthews & KinimeaT", Ilcrlin, Va. I.aee Curtains, W cents up. Curtain screen, C cents up. Mm. A. E. I'HL. M.Schrock never allows binself to be un dersold in tlie grocery, flour and feed line. A full line of colors of Wool, Cotton, and Linen Carpet Chain at Mrs. A. E. 1'iil's. Revolvers, Cartridges, and Fishing Tackle at J. 11. IIulpexbafn's. Fine Drrea Ginghams, 8 cents, at Mrs. A K. Vlil's. The "milk shake" at Zimmerman's tobac co store, is t'oing a flourishing business this week. Try it. Matthews it Kimmell are the leading mer chants at B...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 1 June 1889

-.q -F-'rr' -Mi?. "'-1 eral SOMERSET, PA., SATURDAY, JUXE 1, 1889. Somerset . i' O O SHARP! J ; oa want 10 get til the newt about the sensational triali now going on In Court, go to iSHER S BOOK STORE. Her yoa can get tlx fall illustrated hUory of the BERGER MURDER andthe YODER HANGING, J tl- ftiMtfit nf1 lut information in nxm-d to the important trinln now pr!nK on. Justices 9 -ti i IllNVH -Urn K kii ail ktii'lti wf Iml Hlankn. Itipku. lA-cal i..t a-'octlTap vl I'lV' lill hllVt-..-V I'xmtMl'lt-f (f't (MHHt-lc tU.e. Sale iliil. A.C. ToQshl call Mir isurh uuiuii, iuwuiuuuhiup jivniuiuwi'uu uu,i m LOWEST WHOLESALE RATES. anil I-egal P'r. Envoi. iv Ink". Pencil.. Pen. TaMcta snil everything in .. . The i'lUxbun: daily paj.er aud uli we lunsuma wid periodical are foraleat Fisher's Book Store. a-.-.- tuind-ome and attraclive store ai'l iien durine l.mrt vevk unlll 11 o'clock n, m , , I every a m Uuou aud aueulioli ulll lo slioau all palroua ami irties duKiruig i ll.i- Ik. M.Te. JtS, ALBU...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 1 June 1889

l'iiiiip Wttscl-ll te not read aboit tin? case; have exprei-scJ o t-pii'ion ; at not related to either cf the dcferd an:s; have no consjien'.iuiH sernp'cs 71 nst capital punishment. Stood aside. lZMljrj.il!! I. Miller Have reail about the case ; expreii-ed an opinion; could render an impartial verdict upon tl e evidence; have no conscientious scniplta 8.iin-t iv pi I al punishment; not relatt tl to either of the parties; nail account ol ewe in Sonera Her.u ; aUo in I'itt bnryh papers. Accepted. A. J. Sterner Have heard ulut the case; expressed an opinion ; don't think 1 eonll rive an impartial verdict on thf evidence. Excused. IMer OnsttaJ Have heard about the case : exsressed an opinion ; could not render a verdict according to the ev dence. Excused. Josiah Xeirmin-Read about the care ; Have not expressed any opinion ; could render a verdict on the evidence ; not re lated to the defendants; no objection to capital punishment. Accepted. Jacob L. Manges Heard about the case; have exp...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 1 June 1889

r M iIk- mm revolver and lilal Mr. liuliergeraiid demanded y or HIV; Mr. T tiiberjr barked ,t., Hi"" ,'ii'r, f,rwJ ' e .it af:r null''' : bould say 4 or . Iran mil l! nMipli the kitrhen to elk 11; rent; t!i-Ml; went into the ul f-'iiii'l Mr- rn)!Tcron Uie fl r; :j , talk : lie was J.J ; H ere was .lo.k. in the bureau, tins sreond r from the top; Mr Vmht-rc-r tc.k ut ai.'i ll""10 '" ,lis vrSt l""0,1,.v ,Hl!,i,!c ,,1 tlic biitt.mi fuelled ; be ,4,i.l5 up over breast ; lie did ,v t'ue -fi -book on linu when 1 i.im h mi: diii'i ; t litre was mWy in then : cannot y how modi . tliprc as in Hie jwket btx-ki, tliiuk bri-n iiOOJO and $,; the botki wpresrne and tLe men were "could not nr whether thf wai any r not : they were large pocket-books; ' trom Jennertown.in Jenm-r town- i-oniePet County: it was the fi.-at time - eiiiu of the men: the tallest man ro Landken-bieft tied over li is bead. irUi something orer bis head: Lis hd not hx'k natural; never saw a hoc, Lear.! the little man talk ; t...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 1 June 1889

:, l ? i :1 Matthews 4 KirumeU keep the bent gro ceries in Derlin. Rey men Fine Candies constantly on Land at A. E. Pixel's. For Fine Pilars go o M. Schrock, oppo- Bite tbe Somerset House. V.ai-j Caps and Baby Dniwi in great va ricty, at Mm. A. E. Yhi'a. Temjwranue drinks on ice.at M . SchrrA's, opposite tee Somerset liuose. AH the latest spring and summer goods at Matthews & Kimim-H's. Berlin, Pa. If you want the worth of your money, go to Matthews A Kimmell's, llerlin, Pa. Lace Curtains, 60 cents up. Curtain screen, 0 cents up. Mks. A. E. L'hl. M. Scli rock never allows hinself to be an dtrsuled in the grocery, flour and feed line. A full line of colors of Wool, Cotton, and Limn Csrict Chain at Mrs. A. E. Chi. Revolvers, Cartridges, and Fishing Tattle at J. B. Hoxdkbbacs's. Fine Dress Gingham. 8 cents, at Mrs. A . Chl's. The " milk shake" at Zimmerman's Jlobac oo store, is doing a flourishing business this week. Try it. Matthews i. Kiiumcll are the leading mer chants at IUrlin...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 3 June 1889

1 omer SOMERSET, PA., MONDAY, JUNE 3, 18S9. Pi r a. f Ji. LU; -11- V (I'll T Mi Oi ...i art I'8 1,1 :j i mi XT AWFUL CALAMITY. )hnstown Wiped Out! HE CAMBRIA IRON WORKS A COMPLETE WRECK! p "Old Fowler" Dam Calves Way Carrying Death and Destruction Through the C'oiiemaugh Valley. oM 3000 TO 5000 PEOPLE REPORTED DROWNED t OaluTjny't Iuily llrrahl Extra. , be most awful calamity that has , vi-itcd on the country for occurred at Johnstown about 1 o'clock yesterday evening, re- n; in the complete destruction ,at thriving city, aud the death umlrcds of men, women and hen. The old feeder dam, : iu the davs of the old State 1 and used to supply the canal, ,o. For more than 30 years :H ople of Johnstown have lecn Jinj; the Invoking of this dam, lone familiarity with the danger robbed it of iu terrors, 80 that k-luie came uKn the doomed as unexpectedly as it was un- !ued. This dam was more than ) feet in length and 75 feet in at. Tlie immense body of wa uhed with awful force down narrow ravin...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 3 June 1889

Mgrpr larfler. Cross-Examination of the Wid ow of the Murdered Man by Gen. Coffroth. A REMARKABLE WITNESS. TERRIBLE, DAMAGING, DAMNING TES TIMONY OF LITTLE NANNIE HORNER. EXPUtlTLI IDENTIFIES IBE BISOSEKS IS THE PASTIES W HO FOtLLY Xl'EDERED HEE "KBASDPA. Minutely Describes their Appear ance and Dress. Astonishes and Amazes Jicoks, At- TORNBYS,Jl BOI AND AlDlESCK ByIIkB INTELLIGENT A NSW LBS AXU COLLECT ED AXD POSITIVE MaSXEK. TBI CttET IS WoKIXO Rapidly akd tuk COMMONWEALTH EXPECTS TO lltTI It Timio.iT all is r This Evnino. When Court opened Saturday morning. lire. Viuberuer. widow of the murdered man at;su took tbe stand. She was dressed in deep mourning and bad a haggard, pain ed expression of countenance. Mrs. Nancy Cmberger Cross-examined by General Coffroth I am C7 years old ; I can see pretty well ; Mr. Urubccger hod two pocket-books in bis vent; I saw hira put them there; he had a pocket in the in side of his vest; they were large. brown pocket books ; can't tell when I seen...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 3 June 1889

) 4 U H id erf e: II : : "8 it; o r k n e i' At ti A'e- .ley L:. ely o 1 y.a IV! fay r '. a L e ve? Li: uri: iin, n jroul I ? mocl :ti :.ftt ive . A that n i .'tv ewi-t r t live a a iol I J pr I I ever J rt the A av lie - e-f I fre i i. f. -nsr the t'oii.nioiiwealtli th ii allvJ l(- itnef to retire. Leis lieener. Live in FairCelJ t!u.oreiitnl Co. I i. , 9 inii north of Lip) M.. u. D ; ma work- ..r i.r. list i"' for J jf 1-atou : went uome mat nay ; t ft after uinner ; was working at null at caa .Ankeny's ; went home hy road pv ral'.c-l the I'ie J from Jen-rti.-a n lo Vpuiet biiJ laitrohe; work I gVut - tit if "s from the pike; S-raek t:.e pike at Mains' Church ; turned juthwest in church ; met a man below ie ben J of tbc roaJ at burnt house; can t at ray bow far it is from ilaina bartb ; llini it is five or tix miie ; did . i . 1. a x u a - I. a m-cnt cmw :,e like an J went into the bushes; ratably about two-hundred jarda more r ieifrooi the;burnt bouse ; probably .Swct a hundred an...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 3 June 1889

Matthews & Kiiurucll keep the x.A tra ceries in Berlin. Rerruers Fine Candies coiwUuitly on hand at A. E. run'. For Fina rars go to M. Schrock, opjK Kite the Somerset House. Easy Caps and Uaby Dresses in great va riety, at Mrs. A. E. Vhl's. Temperance drinks ou ice.at M. Sehmk's, opposite the Somerset House. All the latest spring and summer goods at Mutthews 4 Kimmell's; Berlin, Ta. If you want the worth of your money, go to Matthews A Kimmell's, Berlin, Pa. Lace Curtails, tW cents np. Curtain screen, C cents up. 51- A. E. I'm. M. Schrock never allows hinself to be nn denoled in the grocery, Hour and feed line. A full line of colors of Wool, Cotton, and Linen Carpet Chain at Mrs. A. E. Vhl's. Herolvers, Cartridges, and Fishing Tackle at J. B. HfiLDEKBArVs. Fine Dress Ginghams, 8 cents, at Mrs. A E. rill's. The " milk shake" at Zimmerman's tobac co store, is doing a flourishing business this week. Try it. Matthews A Kimmell are the leading mer chants at Ilerlin. A visit to their ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 4 June 1889

ittiim -"r ,-"T" :- --1 ' "Si 5" eraio i. SOMERSET, PA., TUESDAY, JUNE 4, 1880. ltWl-C J. tn-venm Somerset 4 Li L of 1 V If. LI.- ill YV: A its r LI riSSTOWH WIPED OUT OP EXISTENCE. E HALFNOT TOLD ;n. 1000 TO 10,000 !, Women and Children Find Watery Graves. KVKS KOR THE DEAD. Perpetrators'Summorily Pun ishcd by the Citizens. 0 HUNGARIANS SHOT Two More Hanged for Tilfer iii or fron the Dead. r C ity a Vst C iariel It ou V Three atiiDitrett Iltxlleti In One Hchool llonxe. BliitHltt-d. SapMfMf1 to N I ml-r the t-n-s tf Ilri Fean of an F.pldemi' rrr'y I (imMHl, a llmtle Are Ile- vll (miiilirunn the Itiver (Irtlered to fcskr from the lr All Bodle of rron and Animals. Tiii i;u. June 3. "Die news from -t'.un is heartrending in the ex--, and instead of tho dis'tatchet nawraiiM. 11 is tne very optx It is a difficult matter at this writ-.pin- the total numlx-r drowned, t i,- safe to say that the mimlx? will into tl' thousands instead of tli( nil, as at first predicted, and it !!.ilc many (lav...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 4 June 1889

THE ROPE IN SIGHT. Herman Merger's Pccket " look in fouii, FOUND IN THE HOUSE OF A. A. NICELY. Identified by a Number of Witnesses. THE TELL-TALE MARKS. TERRY UMBERGER SWEARS THAT IT IS THE POCKETBOOK OF HIS MURDERED BROTHER. CONSTABLE JOHN O. RACCII OX THE STAND. When Court commenced Monday morning the crowd in attendance was not bo large as last week. During the af ternoon version the court room was com fortably filled. Mrs. Joseph Nicely Bat at the table of the defense between her husband and brother-in-law. She re mained there till the close of the after noon pew-ion. Edward McCracken, of Westmort land county, was the first wit ness called. Edward McCracken Live in Fairfield township, Westmoreland countyjon 27tn of February last was going on the like from Somerset county towards home ; Lewis Beeiier was with me; struck the pike at Hain's Church anil went from there west ; on the other side of Burnt Cabin met a man and oke to him ; bid him time of day ; he made no reply ; did not...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 4 June 1889

I'tnfv ' there was no money in iht J''H k. ,l"fu fiBrr- Nicely. Mr. . .1 .Liu -!.tr si ....,,1 wiK-n I pl tbepuckeibook. le pot keiltook. J 5 or It djys in L.-fiimined-I k- I rh d "f ,-'r r.er an J inner ; our X.i mi n.U-nt sent ,n- 1,1,0 "ll, , ; .1 .y I wa at I!c c by .iriy Vanwr and wenl ;l, li ra, I !' MMj'..V.'kTi -a Hi: ' '!v,l"r t ,v M'M' 'J'1 j1Kb was with me; went to Jovpb , bouse 03 A"1 Sih to make a , -r,t wiuiisi ditaiied where lie hal 1 1 . J day from li" ti:1,e l,e fir!' c"ne .he county an1 wiicrj me pocaeioooa jetn ii tiie time.) INIW Tnr POCKET XK. .m FrieJhu iLattf leather pocket L iljown swlnes-, I have examined the 4 , b,uk : I have seen before at Iler- rnjtfri.fr ; is Herman I niueiger a 4 w lk . I k i'1 niarss on 11 ; is tie yelit in the out aice.eal: the -1 t e'-J w"ra off Q the ajer ; it it :,4t wrinkled up; I saw it about tbe of Uy 1S-; I svr it every spring voir More the murder ; made uiy lenif Ik liim 01 my lanl aud lie put in it : 1 live oncbi'.f mile from...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Somerset herald. — 4 June 1889

Matthews Kimmell keep the best gro ceries in Berlin. - Key men Fine Candies eonatantly on hand at A. E. PiMt'a. For Fine fHgan go to M. Sclitock, opi ths the Boraem Home. Baay Caps and Baby Drma in peat Ta riety, at Mrs. A. E. Vhl'a. Temperance drinks on ice at M. Bchrr-i't, oppoaile tbe Somerset House. All tie latest iprior and summer goods at Matthews 4 Klmmell'i. Berlin, Pa. If yon want the worth of your money, po to Xattbews A KlmmcM a, Berlin, Pa. Lace Curtalna, 60 cents up. Curtain screen, 6 cents up. Mas. A. "E. fur- la'. 6chrock never allows hinself to bs un d. raoled in tbe grocery , flour and SmA line. A full line of colors of Wool, Cotton, and Lmn Carjet Chain at Mrs. A. E. Tbl's. Revolvers, CartriUpea, and FubUig Tackle at J. B. IIoLDutSAra'a. Fine Dress Oiugbaisa, 8 cents, at Mrs. A JC. tall. Tbe " milk shake " at Zimmerman's tobac co store, is doing a flourishing business this week. Try it. Matthews A kimmell are the leading mer chants at Berlin. A visit to thrir store...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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