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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 January 1873

JUL Tlie SomersetHerdd, January t, 1WJ. 3.000 KECS Of Butter Wanted. , - Ttu'lHr to SUD- t Vo , f It imm'-diate trade i f j!(e drtttnJ . , nj bliin u us. we j " J'f thank for former patronage. Vrffpertr-illv. Ac, B BROOKE KYCE&CO., g4 SOTJTH STREET, 5 BALTIMORE, LID. bad ? thc rc. f iris r vinefar at Dvi Brn6 " , ...t Fkmr and Corn Mewl for . .- J. .fc BetTlM. lVTr, 1 cents a can, every at ? AMI at- JAI re. -awamus tlfU. baskets, rope &c. .1 for rab. at t'ouk & Becr- it' vivtdatDavu at Davis & Cms. a sjdea- ciars. ,i.v A; Bro. Liniment, marges thf twrv nd Uie ,,cs, l"r,c..Jartk-lt.-of CartwnOil. go to -r lurt n on hand a torpe supply of j.Tl laak'and judgment notes. " .t huof11 Stutzman a bant s!;n'Ixr.c1f.,nnc. n:LU this county, gVwiw ia a hms remo-ed into his new j.VE.-nAU- k 1 : ;i., Mmimli. 5 ia ourktft , fl .cr larrtls Sr sale tt the d si-re of i Beerits, st ?;ct7.niaa"s bank. 4 cents. (! cents, t cents Pa- CvfcJ Trr c3w is now the d-.-cjwKt that we 3.".-x-"!- -...

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. — 29 January 1873

IlUrfc rarest"- la anylTata A late number of the Lancaster (Pa.) Intelligencer thus Fpeaks of "high farming" near Coatcsville in this State, and its gratifying result It ought to Bcrre as a lesson to far mers everywhere : Our readers mostly are aware that there has been considerable competi tion among the Tanners arouna j Coatesville, for the last two or three years, in raising heavy crops for premiums, especially the corn crop. These movements have been greatly stimulated by the formation and ac tive enterprise of the Brandywine Farmer's Club in that vicinity. Their great crops of corn, ranging from 100 to 120 bushels per acre, for 6ingle acres, have become known far and near. One of the competitors, Charles S. Cook, near Coatcsville, was recently tellinir us of the effect also of this ' high farming" on his wheat crop, 52 bushels and 25 lbs. carefully measured, being obtained from acres of the land which had raised the previous corn crop. On this the barnyard manure was hauled out...

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. — 5 February 1873

JUL , . of Publication. fori1 7hs S:as-rsst Herald - i . I. U.arnlnx atCS .pi rtbir.!: .miw discontinued !1 '-; -f r" j a uAe oat their ; " hcU lUbK (. the safari j ' crin mm of the lormer a somerset Printing company, WHLSCVU. I Xaaia wi' rlL B. OAITBK. HER. AttunK- , Law. , tlTHl-B ' " 4U pn,f,-.)ol business ItrTH. Marshall drug wre. -rTTTTtB has permanently lwitcd 1 J- " of prutesMuo.- ,r Benin I ' KnMiiurer'i (tore. : r - rTVVt-i vw.... - - I 1 ...rmf. IW lVV: .rwl nrnrttntliDff I J r- - .. ai ; Iran fa. vr I t. ; the old place, a n. i riVEB tcr1er bis professional .S H BM , Saamenetandvicin- . a 'ru us. 21. TO. .TTTh koontz. attorney at .i-UJ1 JLrt. F.. will i promj atten- 'iLTItruMed bis care ta .Vmerset :r 'W fy.. " -Kintte. OttKe In tue Jail ; -nTu rAln.inIer H. IVffnKh ha I iT ' ,h.urt-ii" n Somerset ana I arJ. Oft. in the Kecunier olhee, -rrT. (X)LBOKS. ATTORNEYS AT IT1?'. om' ini irf j1 "" 7... J . -tv-it'x-t-v jti.iw fuiv. 1 -"L PA-t" tJer a.1rnoe4 on e.erti.i j ' Sr h re...

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. — 5 February 1873

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, - - February a, Is 71. Hon. S. ecv. wbo J. Batard, of New Jcr beodcd tic Straight-out Democratic moTcmcnt, last Tar, bas joined tbe Republicans. Bradford county, in thi9 State, voted on tbc "local option law" on the 17th of last month. Tbc result was a majority of over two thousand against license. It is asserted that, although Gov ernor Geary had pardoned from the Penitentiaries sixty-nine convicts, during the last year of bis term, up to the 8th of January, yet that dur ingtbe remaining thirteen days he occupied the Gnberatorial chair, be contrived to add thirty-one more par dons to the list They are at the old game in Wash inton saving at the tap, and spilling at the bung A number of party offi cers have been reformed outofcxipt- ence,and nowin order to assist civil ser vice reform it is proposed to increase the pay of tbe beads of all the depart ments, chief clerks, Congressmen Ac, "The longer a man lives, the more he finds out" The Iowa City Repu...

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. — 5 February 1873

UL 5l0OOKECS hf Butter Wanted r . -r W Ttntt.T to lir- .... . in warn v-- - ' tl,eHto nv.howill .hip to in we a l,rom,r.,,ks f'"- f,,rn,er P,ronaSe' ;;h "n.T .!". lilieral shipments. fi:1vStful!y.Ae., B BROOKE NYCE&CO., . sOXJTH STBEET, BALTIMORE, MD. ,...n1bttl'C stores. Somerset Herald, 167?. Detroit. Mich., Jan. 27th. 1872. A. Parker, IQ., l'ontiac Mich. I have RtilijeclMi to a careful analysis a package of White Lent., bramled "llcy. iner, Uanmnu ii Co.'a Strictly Pure White I-patt" l'ittsburch. Pa., and find it to be as represent!, a slricily puroarticle, free from ' all admixture. Yours, Ac, Sam'l Drr- FIELD, I'll. I. Vontuitinn VhrmUl. .-.irat Davis & Bros. Meal. , ; Ur vim-k ' , 1,-1 Fl'X"- n'' Ci,rn for 1 .,..1 at X! viit a can, every ll-t.L Shaffer's. . t.iu titn. baskets rope tic, .'tirr.NM-; ..,1 for cash, nt Cook & Reer - .r,Hviv-d at Davis & Dn. a splen , nf Carbon Oil. eo to U .., , ,,m. .irimt l for fine. .. . ftnn.'ft Couch hvrun. L ia market. Bitti ...

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. — 5 February 1873

Fran the Country Gentleman. Fs-rsatsMT CtaMn at the stoat h. Recently I Lave received letters from farmers of the Northwest mak ing inquires about Southern farms. Those letters have been prompted bj articles published in your paper, written bj myself. They say that the winters are too long and evere, and they are for sei'king' homes in a more temperate climate. They are right, for they can find in the South any quantity of lands, producing every variety of crops. All that can be grown 'orth grows luxuriantly South, and a variety of other crops that cannot be grown North. An opinion prevails with many ac the North that the South is oulv adapted for growing of cotton, rice and sugar ; that grain, root crops, and grasses do not do well. A greater error never prevailed, and in time the South will be known as a fine stocc country, and a country of diversified agriculture and pursuits. Y e say to all est, who find it too cold," come to the Sunny South, where you can plow all winter, and s...

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. — 12 February 1873

.aaaTa""a4.w- of publication. iVi-m j2 SsKsei Herald TMir xsb at a V "" ' pwteaaatrr ae:"-" j .n-"-' eriSr a tAeaiue " "tUiltlaIat-rrijJa. the u " A r.-.eFr" frset Printing Company, : lscci . C it' ' . . -rf I" rfl-TIi til . . 17E 1 ,1 Tt . k r-o!rt QOi a V ; .V-'-JS: ' aa4 OTMaCM jy 1 " , - r VJ t-i pTPtfiSFiil lIrfJ 1 T- P- ' ' -rwe! v. trf f ; - J -.. re. oawa ta a ju ; JJ Hi. ' rtluH w ' " i , , iTTf BCT AT LAW. M- j i, -v. rri HIT. ATTOEATLAW rrrTKirt ATTt'EMTiS AT i 'e:v:c el. attohset at law. .! iutik " i . m rr u i " " nnir aa- j i- hm it-.y. t'l C-rt lea. IS. Ta-lf . j L rrjr r HILL ATTOEXET ATLtX. j !-, YLES. ATTX'KVKT Al UW. j tre t-.T atti;j-i to s JL k t t car- ta S-w rt awl ; "".-.j . Vbj rj t. i , iJ-V- lL SraU. iT- Vii. 7n e vst- ; V;:rJtJ V.t t-::iBaUjrpL y rvr. I';TvTjts ia-l T3tj- IVria. j -j.' -T( j -eajt; BUT1J1 to Su r I t'-r TiniT la Sfclln;rrf. ha . ! ; woo aw atr- ta r-.-.-mj vi S.ar ra- aa-i Tvrai:?. " . ... It mtSt areKtaeC br C. A. r tjsot-i-t L2vcrc-- : ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 12 February 1873

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, . February U, 173. DEATH Of 3TEK EiBT. Ex-Governor Jons W. Geakt died suddenly and unexpectedly at bis residence in narrisburg on Satur day last On tbe previous erening be was apparently in bis upual robust health, and on Saturday, without a mnment's illness, or notice, while at the breakfast tabic, suddenly threw back his bead, and immediately cx- nirrd. it is sunnowd from disease of 1 - 11 the heart. The announcement of his sudden death has been received with sadness throughout the Common wealth. Such public honors will be paid his memory by the authorities at Ilarrisburg.ashis eminent civil and military services merit John W. Ut art was born near Mount ricasant, Westmoreland county, in 1819. His life was a mo mentous and honorable one. He fill ed numerous public stations, civil and military, with credit and honor to him self, and benefit to the country, and bis sudden taking off will be largely and sincerely regretted by thousand's who esteemed and...

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. — 12 February 1873

m- - w T SomersetJUeram..!S lit? Bro. liar IS A' Pl'", . . n.,r ami Corn Meal B ! V B0r"- ' ov-TtR. 30 nta a can. every "panted f,r.U at Cok& Ifccr- recced t I r,- '"--1 Kiutks, - .i article t Carl-wi Oil go to i Rbo.' Linimont largest M.irc!r bf money mi the lKt. fruit of n varieties atW.W. TilE Uniied States Mtal law requireii masters to fnrnKh publishers immediate notice of any publication atlJrcseed to him. Bliints are furnished f the express pur rs, and the "reason" whv the publication i is not culled for must lie stated. 1 he pont ; master who fuiis to do his duty tiilhluliy for under this requirewnt i liable to a fine of : fifty dollars, and tieeomes nsjioriiiiMe for tae fuuscnpiiou price. Pabllr Xatir. My term of office aa Prothonotarjr has expire! It is therefore necessary that I collect the foes &c., duo met. Person knowing themselves indebted, will please pay promptly. Bill w ill be sent through ; the nulla to most of those against whom I have costs, and I hope th...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 12 February 1873

rnttealn Cattle alairrkly or Slewly. There appears no room for ques tioning the fact that an animal fatten ed quickly makes finer eating than an animal which has been fattened slow ly, or which has remained fat for sometime. The meat in such is sweet er and juicier, but whether it posses ses any more nutriment is not quite so clear. There are many people who Lave had the privilege of partaking of the floBh of prize animals, which had been maintained in high condi tion for a long time, and they have generally reported the flesh as hard and tough; and probably they did not judge it as harshly as "they would have done had they purchased the same "cut from the nearest butcher's etalL" Aside from the matter of quality, there is a question of economy which is well worth considering. An ani mal requires a certain amount of food daily to sustain life and supply heat and waste of tissues. It is only the excess or food over these require ments of nature which goes to make fat or increase fles...

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. — 19 February 1873

JUL of publication. IV lis S-3-K-t &rald I rT Weltie-tay Maraiag at ' Tnlil in adraaee: otherwise ... cM---irr.nsc dj.ortnilitae.1 until ! ar- .a ' Postmsslers n.;b-eUng l ,;: ot Uke 0.1 their -.-..I I!.bl? ft ths '.Tlptl-. S.-"? ... . ,he came U lbs farmer a; Printing Company, JOHN L SCVLL. Dasln-ss Manager. TAXI H. CAJTBKK. :Ta!. IV'-'-- A" MTS in "Mammoth Hi. 1 1'- J larsuaira urn s. " J.fjr'K has permanently located (V I. prviiee ol hit rr..lesslon. ' csarlcs kr-winger' '-- ,1 j will continue to practice . Me oTvtr-sei.eiai servi- ' 1 -.1. Ai "f S.inT ani surruutiin " "J j 1 ui-l ace. ttm durs ea , uiMUKKB tenders hi professional . -h-cliilcBS omeTSCl ' "'""- " . ' tt-e. oe door ol t he 14a r- t, a r. " i,n. v To. " .. t- ' .'v . K'NTZ- ATTOK.NEY AT - - r,,.t- wiu rive prom .nc- . .. .. .... i.. i . viT: i.-A!-1-r H. "--fl!V.h ha! in r-vini'-m-t anl the KentMcr cttcc. - l" a t'lLil""-- A l lirn. r. J l1, . ic.tW inreai-ieneerf; fS tvl'.n. ' rTTT'iiT. ATTOKXEY ATLAW.SO.M- . i...

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. — 19 February 1873

i if i ! : '.J .'' f'v. it '"4 H ' . ii! fFI-.rt U-nnlrl prudence and common scn-e Wednesday, . JVb;uiy their contents, and nil t-hoiih; , . " crvation f our publit IV 19, l.-.u. I . . We all ; pics-; unite in i. Ollt TlKilJIJiKTOS I.rTTi:n. II.li!CtStll'IX. Ilnrlnl rthe ti.oifrnr. exorcise of at least as much prud i-i their ureserratiou as is ordinairlv shown lv scnsibl A siatikk or isti risttoai i. ; demanding of mr public sen .tuts, t.io (., Br. the official report of the county r.ud:Ur, it is shown that Somerset conntv is not only out of debt but that there is an actus! surplus iu the Treasury of 8,."s; 22. We are in-j formed also, and we believe correct-j lv, thai the amount assessed !or m Wasmixotox, lb. 1.5. I;:). (T.K'.UT Moillt.l Kit At la.-t the Poland Investigation 10, 1? ' Haumsm r.n, February m:x,ti:. The Senate met this evening at X . , t 1. . 1 t. ........ ..r 1... o clocK. 1:1 i"(- called the Committee has closed the evidence in I ' l',wK' "' ;,, airlv ! Ias.1 testim...

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. — 19 February 1873

UL . TT 1A ' Wi: sa :il lli:'i ..t of 1:1. If. It. fCArrtOr5fit JlGr3.iCL 'oii'.jviiiv. tlii inonun. '.' twelve l.r.u rfl-,A SOIQ"1 &ut .- 1iy1 ou ..f :,o.:V!.. rris. l-i'..;i."!.t her.. lliAw .: : 'fr.mi iJctliiar.l -uiHjr I't (-n:imcnl. and - i . jSlW w ..,,,, ,,,.. t, it-.... : I'M-' 1 i.. i .i . ... r-" ... .... i ':: .J: lt "ii A Br- I Mi-:;.s. Viiir.y. S.-ti si:i.l Win I licc.n MK'Cf.i:'':'lv i ail.-sM'm-r tic 1 v. bieii i IV.vi 1 1. ci .1 B ::!. ,,1 :t.i V. ,1 (' n- ti'.tdhin I:;i:ik l.iiiiiiun'. t l.:iiil li'.rsrc A i-i luiif lit n- MIH- . .... ,i tin- .1 '.T i ; ( ':irt is :il it: it i r.sii.ii. let !' iiiVi'.iri'il Snmv, Kri m il ". UavNi lir.i. ir,sii!nlii:i:il ('mi U : t h-.:. a'tetil- v.i.l lii-H nf ii- '!i-r. -t of tin- i' irn;'t . ivr li:-. r '('. A: V. nnlin.i.l., nulv. it it ii" i ::i iiu- iii:i!ii:ieii.-ii-liiiik ".i'ti l!.:-y iuvr 1,:::1 M i-mv.ttr.er. It pc. :!: ;ilni;M iiiiio liiilo tli:;t well; nl' t!mt kiibl .i;lM U ptn-lifil lit all lit till jol tin- y. -...

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. — 19 February 1873

How ! Jlastajw PowHry. I nm one of many who uot only In'lievc, lut know from experience-, that there is no stork kept by the far mer that will pay o large a return, for iuonov expended, as a well-man- need poultrv-vard. As we cannot compete with our Western farmers in the production of pork, with grain at ten cents per bushel, let us devote more attention to poultry, that will pav us five hundred jht cent, more thanp'irk; and as to manure, will produce, "fur each bushed of food," a much more valuable quality ot manure. Small potatoes, beets, pumpkins, cabbages in fact any crop usually fed to swine, can be profitably dealt out to the fowls. Now comes the question, How r-hall it be done ! Without theorizing, I will give my method of keeping. Select 200 young fowls, Nov. 1st, in laying condition ; place them in sepa rate coops, from 12 to 15 in each ; at night put one bushel of small potatoes, beets, or pumpkins into vour boiler, "which should be convenient to the coops," adding one qu...

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. — 26 February 1873

UL Cc 01 jj3 S:asrsst Herald . -.'!?. '"' - , ..iraacc: otherwise, A2 j .nrarn''." y iiiomutooei until uller ..' .M.-rtt''Jl9 ' nr-rl -cling to ,1 JJ'A. JWltMt""- ' .. '" ,a.riiri do not take cut tbclr 8 ' . .a t lc ' . - to an- c-i-L:-- Addrea n-.t Printing Company, JOHN' I. SCULL, I'osinefs Manager. rail. B. OA1THKZ. j ; l H I-H. V.t.-wy .n L-.w. , All t.r .lt-i-i"il biiMii---s V f i -e m -latnnio.h Hiock." j -;t:? .nil's -rui -re. j I. - LLu; '..as per-nanenr.v located j IV' tt'uit krisrtnj-'Vs Siurj. i- v I I- win continue tn practice : i.cp-'.eT In irotoslon:J scrvl - ..- S .BiTfrt and furroun.Ung . a I W UT l-BPl nuv. h. ". " ,-r t KIR ten'ers fc profcsabmal I - v E:-t t"- - lmiTMt and vi-'in- ; 1 ( :.- h' ooe d olth. KM- 1 .;:. r"' jan. ; -?"" K "VTZ. ATTORNEY AT ;.'iv .? i trii! zivt pr-mpl atun- j w OUire In ! JU i J 'It. " - -.,:vkxn!vr 11. (Vflmth ha? - aX ' i-r ( ij,w In Sjmrrwl and ..!'' aug. lily, j L. TTOuNEY ATLAW.S '' r .ir,!i-.l attend tuaU .SttXI ,1 ,: i- en ajvan...

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. — 26 February 1873

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, - - February , l'TS. . Ml . V An cnort is maz matie We last week, called attention to our county Court House and Jail, and some improvements needed there in for tic better security, not only of the buildings themselves, but of their valuable content!?, and we now add a few fu grstions of a fimilar charac ter in rcpard to the Toor House. This building is a handsome one, a credit to the county, is well kept ni a . cleanly and comfortable wanner, auu iu linaucial affair judiciously admin istered. It is located on a farm, m;v rral niile from this lai-c, here no im mediate outride assistance could be rendered if fjeedi!y required, Clled with insne,decrcp!t, aged and partial Ir helpleMpcople.and wc arc told is not only uninsured, but has not a single provision tnadc against Ere, to tLc danger of which it is mere liable than any other building in the county. To warm this structure, numerous stove are located in different apart ments, which must necessarily b...

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. — 26 February 1873

jke Somerset Herald. PopTM.isTrcs rrtnrnini jjhts which rcmsin dead ia tjjo o.Tice, iil please state, on each psier. tin name of the office from which it is sect. Bachelor of Arts, &. Master of Arts, 54, school h co eouni sritli th it W. W. McKAIG & SON, EECEIPTS AND EXPENDITTJEES OP1 THE SOMERSET COUNTY POOR HOUSE, FOR TPIE YEAR 1872. Hacli. lor of Science. 8$. blaster of Science. ! nall of Somerset Lnd-e, No. I. O. O. ! nn : nd. feeling thus, jou should visit the 52; Bachelor of Philosophy, 1: Bachelor! v i.mA -.nm FhmriT irrs school twice a month, oliii w.ml.t h f Commercial Science, 163; Instrumental I n., . rv,'....:n- c' '. I Treat stimulm to teacher and mintU. V.V General Agents for the ua.uiu a icw tuns ao, tnai a crrum sen GRIFFITH & WEDGE PATENT VERTICAL PORTABLE s and Saw Mills. ..r:,M?'- r.- ...... rc, ";:r:V .TT" i"T?a County Pccna. oa the 5(U dar of lVbm- J a crnain sen- rfCif Davi, Bros. rUnls tlt cfP.ter Render & Co.. acconun? to the .Ten of their att...

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. — 26 February 1873

Intrllirre la Farming;. In a rccr-nt trip to the interior the State, it was our good fortune to meet with romc of the bc?t farmers in the counties of southern and east ern Pennsylvania, and were much gratiScd to bear from them that the err of "farming does not par' Las nearly died out, and that most of the intelligent cultivator! of the soil are concluding that these pursuits are, to say the least, quite as profitable as the mercantile concerns which so oft en dazzle and entice the younj from rural life. This increased profit from farming is generally attributed to an increas inar intelligence, fostered chieflv by the great interest taken in local farm ers clubs and agricultural papers, both of which arc now regarded as essential parts of the business bv all who would make tho most out of the land that it is capable of realizing. There seem to Lave been two great eras in tho agriculture of the immediate past. The first was whol It the age of practical eiperience Here it was that the...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 March 1873

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Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 March 1873

The Somerset Herald.' WEDNESDAY, . March , 173. TnE Republican delegates at larc in the Constitutional Contention have '. da v lat chosen Henry Green, Esq., of North ampton comity, to fill the Beat vaeat cl ly Attorney General Dimmick. The proposition to increase the sal ary of the President, Judjres of the Supreme Court, HeoJs of Depart ments, and Members of Congress, was voted down in CoiV-rresk. on Fri- TnE ConBtitntionalConventiou has adopted a section declaring women twenty-one years of age or tipward.s, olicib'c to anr office of control or Alex II. Stephens, late Vice President of the Southern confedera- management under the school laws of ry has been elected to the next Con-1 the State. gress. What ruomeutoui change? ! have occurred since be former! v occu- j resident has issued a proda- pied a seat in that body ! J maUon C0HV"g the U. S. Senate in siira session on larcn 4tn. ii3, at Last week Gorernor Hendricks, of Indiana, signed the new license law for that State, which ma...

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