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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 February 1878

The Somerset Herald. Chr Killed. Ou Sunday last an old man. Arrested. (Jutte an excitement was iiR. ditok. u. u j., Having opened risttan Burket of Allegheny township, j raiseu oaiuruay last uy iuc arre in j uk. uuijcij j. ujc, iuu rS iuc 1.,- itrutk br a locoinntive knocked tromi r uuipot eigiey. a weu aouu uiitcu wwt.ni ...vms. .. f. n w.. wlkimr homerBet townshio. oo a cfiaree of arson, taai 11 is uespassinz on your space, ana a I a i rmi- kiiu a iiirva. .anva. - ea- . i WEDSRSDAT. TIME TABLES. I1AI.TIMOKE A OHIO It. B. FrTTSBVEOH DIVISION. ... after Nr 11. liTT. trains rcd will depart from and arrive at depot. Orantand Water Streets aa luilows: EAST. Mali. I tin ritmtrtirfh Ml. 1 i'Uil I t.it'jl'1U I'lwi II I Minrrmi I'ot'lt 4 Ull.;TUUld hirtinfHMl Ititiuoior 'tj:jillj'hl iors : s a ' - lu.s: " lu.U " 11. " lie. p. m 1 rji. ii lira. I alone the track between Mineral Point ' and Garrett at the time of the accident : he was over eighty years ot age. Real estate is certainly not at...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 February 1878

KIKaL TOPICS. Written for the HaaaLD by farmer, gardener ud frart-e,nwcTrf great esrsjrlssjra. r COST Of GROWING POTATOES. In ppeakins of prodnciog t crop t ' Li ba t 'vMtlTtt ' or 'to prow,' and not to raise, as is ffoiKrallT sid," yet to raise is not ab olutelTao improper term, as applied to prowing crop, bat onlf lew prop er than to grow. Let us now see wbat it generally eon to grow (or to raine, if you prefer tbat word) a orop of potatoes on good lertile land, such as will produce from 100 to 200 buf-bels to the acre ? I will adduce my testimony, and my first witness is a writer in the Country Gentleman who mvs: Tbe work should be done mofrtlr by horses with labor-earing implements. Tbe land, to be in good condition, must be free from the seeds of weedi, so as to require no band boeing, but to admit of frequent borse cultivation ; and it should be deep and friable enough to facilitate ea?y planting and digging. It must of course be well onderdrained, either naturally or artifici...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 February 1878

.-re-.- Terms of Publication , Th3 Somerset Herald i. published every Wednc!iy Morning MBM ' ,,, paid la advance otherwise ( W .ill InraHatdylbe charged. No sul.scrtptlou wUl be dlacon tinned antU aU srrearwrea arei-ld P- Ptni.Url neglecting w aotity whea rebwsrtbetf do; not take out tbeir papers willb.BMlUWeIJeui-cripU-u. Suliecrlbers nwrliK from one Poswfflce t aa ,ber should gtre as the of tb. former M well a UiepreeentottV. Aeddree Somerset Printing Company, JOHH X. SOCLL, Business Manager. TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. ' crPFI.I. ATTORNEY ATLAW, 1 1 and Bounty a Pension Agent, Somerset, Pa? omoe la Maniatoili Bioek. jan. U4t 1: 'U. B SC An'oBNET AT LAW, ' Somerset, Penna. t r H. FOSTLETH W AITE, ATWBK E J V . at Lew. i respectlully eolicii L.? somen., ra. ."-;:.,; lU WW - 1 w aw NOTICE. Alexander H. Ooflrota hat resumed the practice m djoiaing counties. Otnoe ia Mammoth Building. leu. w, .ATTORNEY AT LAW V duJSla". Somerset, P.., will attend to U business entrusted to tin care with . - -r...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 February 1878

M The Somerset Herald WEHXESDAy" KebrisaryaAKT. 1 Ontion bill tu x eaAnnd rparlins in tbe House I on Wednesday Ust, by a rote of 75 to ". A clot shave, cn very email vote. Tiif. cffjrU of the Democratic maj ority in tbe House of Representatives to destroy both llic P.K.RKEE1ER POiK Seems tO be thoroughgoing praclical reformer. He not only doubled tbe lawful number of pages for tbe Heuse, bat defeat-'be found room on tbe pay-roll for bis Ta lrenllar Tary aael rrtf I (Froon. the Clevelani HeraHl j Tbedifiicuky with President Hayes ' na Lis nartr seems, when fairly an-; alvzed, to be tbis: ever be chooses, OI B II AKRISBI BU l.tTTFB. bare pemo- army ana mc West Point Academy, arc well un derstood. They can never forgive either for tbe work tbey did in IsCl-o. Mwaaawnaaaawawaawwaawssw HKKEitiuagain: Judge Tillman, of South Carolina, claims tbe aeat of Robert Smalls in Congress. Smalls received, on Democratic count, 1,400 rntM than Tillman, but tbe laU tr in a Democrat, and votes nothing...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 February 1878

The Somerset Herald. rt:iNfIAT- .Fel-ruirY :o WTK. TI5IE TABLES. HALTIMORE OHIO 11. It. PITTSBURGH DITISIOK. Ibis I bms Itkms Mr. Frank Ktiscr lias purchased the Lic-kilili-r store room. Tlie revival meeting held in the M. E. Church, by ltef. Hickman is still in pro press, tuite a number of persons have Into couvertcd. 'As Unistased Opision. Frotn Com- Tariff and protection are much need -- ic..c ig. 1877. trains on , . ..... --. -. , ....... mrnrt mad will depart trowi a'" - ' lni.nl and 1 EAST. WEST. Mail. Hail. lverm.ui.u -j. 1:4. am. I ...!. - I M. kl-' V, Nr. to. ....roll llie mi. riMiit I llll1r . -iii.' r ie . UU. f Irfl.J w ..a.iori". Ki. tin..! ,.ii imi'I ''l,i,fl..bia Sr. t wife K - 1. .1 44 Lis - I" " ..ii 44 It " lf I ' : " : i - r Ki.-tofiMMvi V. lm..p'n Hruleprt M.aend r.oot obl I' e 1 llH'Hl"tl Ml. I'iwiJ t..U:.-llUl I. 4 p.m. s a. ml I J. . w. 12 ' 4 i " : -.i KlscwWre in these ciiHuuna it u ill be seen that Dr. Fundenburg, of Cumber land, Md., 'w ill be ia Somerset ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 February 1878

KtKAL TOPICS. WriueafoTtheHaaauby a lamer, gardener and InUt-f-mwer cf free experieooe. haibvmen'b aociatiox. At ibe late meeting f the Ameri auui "--b - ran PairrmeD' Association at l,iere - land, Ohio, the following subjects were discusoed : Oleomargarine was r. i,io nn and a memuer sua The manufacture or oleomargarine Is increasing rapiJ'j to tbe injury of farmer, "depreciating the price of ct-Duine buuer." lie read extracts row Trof. Arnold and lr. Mott, slowing thai these two articles dif fered somewhat in their chemical ingredients, and especially in tbe essential oils which gare flavor, though proiuiucnt physicians bad pronounced tbe oleomargarine a Lealthful article of diet. He thought the main fueiion was, "What shall we do to protect ourselves, as dairy men, from this form of competition ?" As far as he was concerned, be was willing that each article should stand on its own merits, only protecting tbe t-onKumers from deoeplion in tbe mat ter lr. Mott, of New York, said tha...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 27 February 1878

Terms of Publication The Somerset Herald i, pUihd rrwy Wedneert.y Homing at 1 W aaaaa, paH adraaoa otherwise 1 M will lnratiably? charged. K eataseripUoa WUI b diseoeltoeed aatU aU rBarages are;pald mp. Postmasters neglecting to aoUfy ae. oiecrlberi do; not take eat their papers wHlbi wlubl tbeSBbeertptloe. Sabaoribar. removing Foewntoe ta Ba cker should give as tbe name ' " weU M thllWl Afddrei Somerwt Printing Company. johk L souiou, .- Besteeea lim. A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W. rvFNttVF SCMELl. ATTORWET ATUAw. f I BVTpenetoa lent, Somerset, tmo. la Mammoth block. J"- MB. B. SCULL. ATTORKIT AT U. P VTT I a " ' ITi MnotMiir attend. BOM reapecuBur 4 I l.b.,T. rLElNTIR HAY. ATTORNEY AT LAW V end dealer in real estate, rionwreet, ra w U ."land W -U bUH,- entreat " ,WTa'' prumpUMW wl adaUly. ).kH.L BAEB, ATTOBNEYSAT LAW, Somerset, fa- wUl practise In Sum- ran aa- Z7-.7 t-i j -. .1 ..... MMAtlaA. All NI DM BB" trussed to tneaa wui u iwfw .atresia, to him. i.ney advanced cm eolleeUoa fce. OSm la...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 27 February 1878

The Somerset Herald . rebraary 7. 7. The "dollar of the daddies- b.siog oPaid thirty d.y. from been remonetized, as far as Congrtss, of December through the Jost,ces has tbe power but the "sons of the daddies" will Boon learn, mat u ia that it is ooe thing to make money by legisla tion, but quite another thing to get it into their pockets. The Louisville Courier Journal bstb that there were not less than one Lnndred and fifty people murdered in that State during lart rear. How Democratic "Lome rule" doth brin? with it peace, and the perfect security of law! Tut secret of Ex-Governor Curtin'a making speeches to the greenback, bogus labor-reform organizations, is stid to be bis desire for the Demo cratic nomination for Congress in tte Centre dinrict When be gets it, may we be here to see. Esioi.AVD is still steadily preparing for war. Pinpatcbes from London ".ate that the purchase of twenty-one thousand borscs has been ordered, and proposals Lave been invited lor one bandred and fifty...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 27 February 1878

1 rMfciii i i 'JMht'ft The Somerset Herald. EPNESDAT. ..Februarys;. IS7S. 1UI.TIMORK & OHIO R. riTTSUVKOH MVISU'N. trains R. v... la 177. iicr - ..,.,-,, Burner .art mm anu i ' " c ' EAST. WEST. Mall. MalL Pittsburgh ilrM.Morfc. Hnl NrH CounellHcllle Mt. l'lrtMlll t Iii.m1"li Hiio I'vle HI mend I'nlnt Kri.lir-I uiiittrlHn u. &.hiiifruni fli tirooud rUltimore ',ltatclpbta (., York -lii(u"F Baltliuore KHhmonfl S (M llii 1(1:3 " 11.2 " 1 " " io " 7 a. id s-sc p. m a Mia. m. : " u (.lilnrtoll brWri" , , Mineral Point otiic i'yl l'MW(,Ttl Ml. rinomnt Onm-H" die M NevrUMi l.KeeIn HtaudocK t-ltuliuriu t47 p.m. :&. ML X:3& p. III. z.lz ' 44 " iM " 7:3 :MI p. m. u trains ran by Baltimore Time, 14 minute AU u.ilfa fliulKirgh lime. TtS!- SS M.1 Mineral i'nillt W 36 A. M Point : A. M.Connellsville burgh 3 A. 1. U return the Eipre l.vef Vol. A? M arriving t Mineral ,Vll.ville i- "lu- The most direct aad pleasant root to the East and South via Washington t "7- diw sr- " Throu. MaU...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 27 February 1878

St rtuea l.tb Uiuu by hmw. jardetxw and fruit -trrower of treat exeneto. IMPROVING rATl"B IASI.' At tbe meeting of the Dairymen's Contention at CleTeland, Ohio, the enbject cf improTinjr old, worn out pasture lands was discassed ; and tbe general conclusion was, that thej most be plowed, and seeded to a ?ar itj of praxes, or tbe dairy business in that Stale would be mined for the want of good pastures. A member said list most of tbem were fast de clining in productiveness bo that without a radical change on the part of the dairr farmers they would aoon fail of support and the foundation of this whole business wouia oe giving away. He said tbe assessors' returns of the dairr counties showed a de cline in tbe productive capacity of pasture lands amounting to one-tbird or more, the past ten years ; and on account of this decline dairy farming was becoming unprofitable. Tbe lands were originally quite fertile. but not deep, and tbe vegetable mat ter at tbe surface bad been all ex hauste...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 March 1878

1 Terras of Publication The Somerset Herald U published every Wednesday Morning at W v .nam- paid In advance otherwlB. 2 W i.rUiilT"b chawed. Ko subscription wiU b. discontinued BBtfl all im arelpaM P- Fosubb neglecting to aotlfy bi when iubecriberi do; not Uk oat iholr I!" wUl " ne,dUbl h Bbeerlilon. bubscribort romoTlng from ou Pottofflee to an other should fire ml the nun of tbe form.r a well a tot preeent omoe. a.uure Somernt Printing Company, JOHN I. SOCLL, Basis.! Manager. A TTORNEYS-A TLA W. UE3 K T F.SCHELL. ATTORNET ATUW. and Hunty t PJ ADV.tTt' K ' "' A1TORKEY at LA" Somerset, Penna. ir H PtlSTLETHWAITE, ATTORXEI V at Lew Somerset, Pa. Wfl d to rA W jroTIOE.-AlexandeT H. Coflroth tu leu. a. etnd to .U bSlnee. eulr.. to herewith promptness end BdeUty. nug.ia-.j. i,r"7r. H. L. BAEB, ATTORNEYS AT Y LAW, t,onierM, Pa., will practioe In Som ,rlt ami ed'loluing counties AU busies, .a wasted to them wiUls. promptly attended to. J erect. P.., w Ul promptly .lend to all bustnea. en...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 March 1878

The Somerset Herald WEDKESDAY Min h . 17. TitEBE is ft bill pending in Con gress to pensioo all the surviving soldiers of the Mexican war. If the bill becomes a law it will make Jef ferson Davis U. S. pensioner. The official statement just issued shown that the Public debt was de creased daring tbe month of Febru ary, Two millions, two hundred and fifty thousand, two hundred and thirty-seven dollars ($2,50,23". Ai'VOCATiNit tbe introduction of the bell-punch into Chicago, and tax of one cent a drink on all liquor sold by retailers, the Inter Ocean as sert that there are 2800 Baloons that sell not lees than 427;OuO drinks a daj in thaf city, which would raise a revenue of $4,270 per day or over it 1,500,000 per year. Whew! Ilad'nt they better send for Murphy, instead of tbe bell punch f Tcie fact made potent on the pas sage of tbe silver bill that the Presi dent has no party at bis back, acd not ft frieud, save one in either House of Congress, ready to da him the poor courtesy of req...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 March 1878

' . TT 1,1 1 We notice that G. W. FrEi TnA Snmerset neraiu.'oi.v a it -r rwor n - - - -' Marrii , uns. n-fcDNF.f"DAT. TI3IE TARIKS. BM.TIMOKE A OHIO R. II. prrrsurROK division. On n.l arter Nor . 177, train, oo tl.l. niTw"d.-,rt from and .m at depot, comer Oram and Water Street aa lollows: EAST. WEST. Mail. MaiL Inn Vinrt'urnh I'.ra.ldo. k M-'kenwort w net j,eioa t'oiiiH-ili-t ill Ml. I'tHHMlll t DHllVtl i linn rj ie Mineral Point lirlCe.or1 ' uUerlalid V .-.ItlLrloa Hi- uiichhI pliilalrltita yw Vork - Hi M-3 10.:15 IrtllHlUlore Kicfcuivo WaluntoU . Corals rian Mineral I'ollit uliiul'l 10:4.) p.m. s-sua. m. I. S in. 1:11 4 to " 6:44 - 7:M " 7:21 .at : . " 11 16 1 '' ' Ml. Pleasant -Ijg t'4MlliellVllte - ft'i a. m. '"' -u 40 p. m. M. Keol-orl 3 lu a. ua. Bmcidoek is " piueburgh .-.1 , 1 nionioiin 6:3U p. m. AU traim ro by Baltimore Time, U minute! AU "'njf'1.tlf)U1 vttuburgh Time. The Express tTain leaves Pittsburg at:00 P. M. .rriSfng it JoBnellavllU 10:54 P. M.. Mineral plin u A M....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 March 1878

Tb arrsT lrl. rinr.trA in nrobabiT the very last place to which a young man in search j of a wife would think of going. ot j that Chicago ia destitute of mar-j riageable girls, but it has gained so j much notoriety as cnj 01 iciu6C for men desiring to rid themselves of wives, that it is associated in the public mind with divorce rather than with marriage. Nevertheless, a new kind of rirl has just been brought out in Chicago with a view of meet ing a great and increasing want in the matrimonial market. Her pecu liar qualities render her precisely the tort of wife for those numerous and intelligent men who are constantly insisting that woman should keep within her own sphere; and there is no doubt that an enormous quantity of girls of the same pattern cculd be disposed of to young men contemp lating marriage, were the fact that a Kpeciroen of the new kind of girl is now on exhibition in Chicago to be generally known. Outwardly this novel young wo man resembles the ordinary girl of com...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 March 1878

Th lerrler falri. iTIioacrri ill nrobftUr the very last place to which a young man in search of a wife would think of going. Xot that Chicago in destitute of mar riageable girls, but it has gained bo much notoriety ae a city of refuge for men desiring t rid themaelrea f m-itoc that it ia associated in the u;r mind ith d vorce ratber inan L.-.i. v-ni,l,a anew tin,! nTS,r has iust been broueht out in Chicago with a view of meet ing a great and increasing want in the matrimonial market Her pecu liar qualities render her precisely the sort of wife for those numerous and intelligent men who are constantly insisting that woman should keep within her own sphere: and there is no doubt that an enormous quantity of girls of the same pattern cculd be disposed of to young men contemp lating marriage, were the fact that a specimen of the new kind of girl is now on exhibition in Chicago to be generallv known. Outwardly this novel young wo man resembles the ordinary girl of commerce. She has the f...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 March 1878

u I .' f : , i j AtaBiMlai Her Paral Fallk. ? Terms of Publication Th. Somsrsst Herald t neMlfhed erery WdM5y JloroJn ttl per aanaia, pAH 1 advane oUierwUe t e will lnrATUbly;be ehArred. iso AbeertpUoa U1 be diaeoBtlowed mnlil ell ureararee a re .paid op. FoMmMUn Bee- leeting to notify rhea sabaertben do; in Uke eat their pticnwUlbebeMUtbtefcrUcratwertptk. Sabetribere renwviijr from one PaetoOee to an other eboald rItt u tbe tun of the former e well u the -ireeeat ence. Aeddree Somerset Printinfl Company, JOHN L feC (."Lis Baataeai KMur. U EN KYF.rCHFXl ATTORNEY AT LAW end Boenty eatPen.ioa Agent, Somer-et. i-k. UlM la KimiMl block. J- U-U. 1 H POSTLETHWAITE, ATTtRNEI II . .1 U. , d to rAW NOTICE. Alexander H- OoBrota ku leu. T. . i' 'aIestine"hat. attorney at uw .ad dealer 'Ti'JL. .'tend to .11 eture to bjeea -tia prumptaea, ud adeiity. . J It B. L BAER, ATTORNETS AT LAW, Sotaeraet. wiU preotiee In so-n- erwt and .f-"mur ouu.in.M5a. All o uiedwa II jUiflyttdl; I OHN H. UHU ATTORNEY...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 March 1878

i Terms of Publication Ths Somerset Herald l, published every Wednesday Morning IttlW per annum, 114 l advance otherwlae 2 K will lnrarlablv;be charged. No .uhecrtpUon will be diaeouUnned untU aU arrearagea a re .paid op. Poalmasten neglecting to notify whe nbecrlbeit do;ot taka out their pal1" wUl be bnldliahla Jul the rabacrlpUoa. Julxcribeo remortng frwn onw PoatoUloe to an other ahoulJ give us tbe name of the former a well u the preaent omoe. Aaddree Somerset Printing Company, JOHN 1. 6CILL, Bulaeea Xuiir. .4 TTORNEYSA T-LA W. UF.NKYF.SCH ELL. ATTORNEY ATLAW. end Bonnty an i Pension Agent, Someraet, p . OUtoe to Mammoth Block. Jen. U-U- AtrOBSEIAT U, I If H FOSTLETHWAITE, ATTORNEY JJeiSsJeeU-Uy eoluat.alendpunctu.Uy attend- d to r aw ri iu; e. -Jrt -- . . i ii fVITml and leo. as, iv. I. AW y D.l dealer In reai r attend to all business eatrasted to b 111 with prumpmeii anu M-ly. . . - r mvR aTTORNEYS AT Y LAW, !Sotnereet, Fa., wlU praclioe In Sum 'L ..('.ining ouuuuei. All buaine...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 March 1878

The Somerset Herald WESKE5DAT Mire IS. l7f. SrEAHi.vi of the Biolu on tbe eilver dollar, "la God we trua," tbe CtnVian Union suggests that there be added "Forgive us our debt." Tni Democratic Slate Convention will meet at Harrisburg on Tuesday tbe 19:b of this month to fix tbe time for tbe meeting of tbe State Con tention. Democratic "home rule" does cot seem to be so very beneficial as it was painted, bj it ardent admirers. Under it Virginia is probably bank rupt, and ber Democratic Legislature propose repudiation. As ueual, tbe Cm thing caught in tbe Democratic investigation net, i one of iu own thieves. Tbe Door keeper of tbe House could'nt ttand tbe test of handling public funds, and will have to join his immediate pre decessor Fitzbugb. 'Teace prospects" in Europe have knocked tbe bottom out of epecula tion in bread stuff. Latest English advices speak of great depression in tbe grain trade, with abuadan? stocks in tbe granarien, and large arrivals anticipated both from America ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 March 1878

u 1 t irTWnriTfi';a The Somerset Herald. WElrtiBbllAY..... - MarcB 111 IE" TIttE TAB1YE3. nVi.Ti3ionE & OHIO It. piTTSBrBQH IHYISION. Grant and ater Street a. lollow. . EAST. WEST. Mill. iit.lL fcew Trk 3 . lrr riusbnrih . .Nr. I... wui-ii-,vilie Xl. I'nanl I ll.llll-' UtiM I' Minend Point 1 uu. i-riaii M a.lnnrton Rirtiuinnd hailllliore puiiaoeipiiia hew iork S-BS V. M le HaSuiuof r.nor1'rl , , IU1U i'J ' i li ' 4 H 7ien 7-n - 7 1 1 p. tu timnell.viH. fittoiwca IS f 10 p. a. "".i. .r.,n. run bv Baltimore Time, H minute AU tram, run j,,. Time. burgh :3 A. M. " Tbe tnTdir- .a to tbe and South via MbmiftoBt T- dally. r- Turoua-h Mail "." '.' B" umoreV rive, at Washington at . PJ"- fcew ork, - i, m. ; Philadelphia. AM a. " a. m.: Ki hnioo. T lita.jm. Jailv, ,r- Tbrouata Express, k W' i1tiiuorV, . rive, at 'u"I:t PhilXlpl.". I a m ; Richmond, i p. " ! rhWV l! m. ; Nw York, lu p daily, el.! held Strwu dJ 1- "rl E. iTHVMiMAN.SupuOviui.!-!"- . hi ana mvi v , ,. -ii h all uauiMrr train....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 March 1878

14 No one will ever tire reading cl AltraLaui I.iucola, nd one cf ibe iilcai-uiueet rceollcctious of Lira is lLal of Fr.'d. W. ScwirJ, wiio aa (as now) Atcirtiit Secretory ol tbe liepnriiucLt of .Stale at iLe time of tLe asrar-einaUon. Mrs. Urigfrs ("Olivia") rrpor.n Mr. .Seward in the l'biiadi'lpbi Turns. follows: I recall lie recollections cf tLe day of li e as-rair.ttiun. Ii was general Loliiia in tbe city. TLe people were 'celebrating tbe surrender of General Lee. 1 wa? in tbe cbamber hre mv late tVber lay almost on-conscious- from eevtre pLysical pain. In Ibe morcicg a messenger arrived from tbe White House, trying tbere would be a Kpccial rccetiDg of tbe Cabinet at eleven o'clock to meet General Grant and bear tbe statement of tbe Furrender from bim in person. As near as I can remember, Hon. Gideon Wells, one of tbe members of tbe Cabinet, who was prefect, bae given a very perfect account of wbat transpired in a late magazine article. Ail tbe Cabinet c Hirers were tbere, and a...

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