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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 January 1879

HttawtwjHMaWmWUHMawiwawBHatwKwtsa Latra r Coatf deate. The other day a young man of four and twenty, w ailing around the forty second depot, seemed slyly aaxioa to get into a fnss with somebody. He was well put together, seemed to have lots of muscle and n une seeuie'J aoxk'Uj for trouble witb him. By and by an oldixh man, wb had iea watching tho fellow for a quar ter of aa hour, made free to remark : "Vou seem d-termined fo pick a fusa with some one." Terms ol fiiblioation o' set . 1 J Tbs S:n:rst Herald wornln l 'l-"'"5b'a .d ,n vne. otherwhv. I M annua. ! , irril-:j be charged. " T,Pald P- Pt neglecting """lifr . ." do Uk "t f!l Somerset Herald, Svni rr set, J'm. oilier a r v o 1 0 ESTAHLinHED, 1897. ( "That's what I waot, mister," re- !;... it,. .! iTTOiiSEYSAT-LAY,r., e r K'HlXa, ATTOKS ET ATI.AW. ii ""io in MMto"U j- JH jf H. I ,,liy .teud l. ail Unw enirer " woniosii Butoiicg. i . UB" . j r, l. TKEST. - j , rrok. 1.1 A " - " SiriTitfi Iras'. -AJrnmdcr H. Oofiroth hM , uiued 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. — 29 January 1879

The Somerset rd G kjusor Hovi ifl pronounced by tbe New York Tribune "a conscien tious, public-spirited, thoroughly able man, and has faith in tbe moral force of political society. He will make, we are quite sure, an admirable Governor." A tarty of baokers in New York bare agreed to subscribe for and Uke five million dollar a month of the four per cent. bend8. These are intended for tbe European market, md will take tbe place of our six per cents, held on tbe other side of the water. Ir is estimated that tbe pension ar rearages UU which Congress has ...ri end which is now before the President for bis' sanction, will take from fifty to one hundred million dol-! lars out of the Federal Treasury. As no prof ision is made for the money wherewith to py this large sum, it is more than probable the bill will be eert back to Congress for further con sideration. Oxe of tbe first official acts of Gov ernor Hojt was to nominate hii predecessor Governor Ilartranfi Major General of tbe National ...

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. — 29 January 1879

The Somerset Herald. January. S, 17. e. KUUrOKT BilLBOaD. .ncr Mar W. T8, train will f,.l'luw.'t"1' "llh U rengertraloj . .... p u aB. K. K. t ' ABK1V. t 30 p. m. I 00 p . m. Hull West.. ll . s p. m .11 10 a. m. East connect t-1 Wc,t- ... ix oo m . 1244 p. in , 11 Jo p. m. , u& p. m. . 4:0 A. M r Pswcnger y Pcngr West.. Kail fca KljlWl fstV Jjtire 'Mi' Court . I; is a tl.aw. j.- n v.mr guiu-r. ;irinj elections next Trent's Tobies. i;r.f.r..Mtf day. Feb. 2d. ll,in '(T your pavements. -U. Vi. mine's day, February 14. IU rarciu! l the borst'8 whilst the elcigli jnllsMs. intuit j our hor. when you leave )iu gtniMi m the cold. Trent t To'.i are acjuinnf; a State- ide rfp.ita;i..n. Try Uriu. Brim: iu ji'ur rale bi!K and we will do tfce a .'ik Iid tljfcii. Tue atU'idunce at Court this week prom to I uuuuully large. T:,..r i cerUia but unexplained lull inuiesiatrijiionial n.aika ai pntxui, lure s'.' Ut. TV l ,n t-iwr in the cx.nty are njtin'i-f-.tired by VY. . Trent, Siiucrs-et, i'. Try...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 January 1879

INAUGURAL ADDRESS HENRY M. HOYT, GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA, Jn.irySl.lV.. ,.f the Senate and lloute of Representative. " w'oic St are associatfd, to-day, ia the observance of a time-honored custom. To you, the occasion which convenes ., ii m.rlT ceremonial ia its charac- r And vet not onl7 to vou bo , re caihered immediately within tbe sound of my voice, but to all the cui- reus of the Slate it is ao occasion vi aerioua import. Vou and they a re to witne.8 a change in the Chief Magm- ('nfiimoo wealth, lo w r M " w aia w vw. , cuytlfit is more t-ignificant t .'..!! Hct-nt luv fcbare While vi tbe pleasure incident t a pageant like thie, it i soeu of delicata du ties and prave reppanwbi..tiee. Elect ed to b Chief Mazistrat? of the Mate, my official life b.-g'0" bere nd now Vod Ue witneedinoyassump- ,; ,n rf i be oath of . ffi : a t-scred ap- i.eal to Almighty G ;d aud a solemn pledge of fidelitv ia tbe discharge of mv official oUlg'aio Tb? S iprei Exccuiive pjwer thall Le ceted iu the G...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 February 1879

Terms of Publication Ths Somerset Herald ,hUbed every Wa-adajr ,,U Invariably Ueberged, v rabecrlpUo. wUi -be 4im.Un.Ml anUl irrrges P- Foetiaaatera BagleeUng -.lfr "bt" subscriber, do not take oat tfcelf paper wi" abtafertAerabneriijUuii. S0!itm reowving front fwtt mould gl tt toraT M .ell aa tbapreeeotomea. Aad dree 77.? Somerset Herald, Bomrrset, Pa. A TTORXEYS-A T-LA W. . 'vr si'HELL. ATTOBNEY ATLAW I -IT iWty an t Fensioa Agent, Sonwreet, In Mamawia Bioca. U. U-U. ,uvh:hu attorsky atlaw.som- V uTViau Mut-T edvaaeed oaooUeoUoa s. TRENT, ATTORStV-AT Li W. ciTlOE. Alexander H. OoflrotA ku A"""- urn- in BuUding. lell. VMelleMnrtaleatata, Sooiit, Fa. -Ill ' V'L .U be ineee animated to bie ears with . . , v k r w a tbt a H L BARK, ATTORNEYS AT tZ somerset. Fa.. wiU praoUoe I. Sum- w ' .74 .JVming eonnuee, u ,rWi fo?.b. wVlptpUTaladedto. uv.7KlH'tttL. ATTCBNEY AT LAW, I ' HN LZ fZ will attend K aU baetneai tra1 w fidelity. Orbee tn uw e u prr fBh w ve-iy aik Bixtk. J AMES L. ruGU. ATT...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 February 1879

The Somerset Herald r Kim icsn at ......Jr . rj r i HlCXi of ' tbi8 lle Director of the United Slates Mini, died at Washington on Monday th 27th nit r,f Honprsl Lee bave i 'JC D " recovered a verdict egamsi Uniied States for ibe Arlington es tate. We presume Congress r will lave to purchase, at a round euro, so much of the property aa is occupied by the Soldier's National Cemetery. Senator Christiancy of Michigan j bas been nominated ana confirmed j as Minister to l'eru. Tbe vacancy made by this appointment will be filled it is thought by tbe election cf the Hon. Zac Chandler. Tbe couairj will be happy to welcome "Old Zac" back to a seat in the Senate cf the United States. ' The corn crop of tbe United States last year showed an increase of 30, 000,000 bushels, barley increased 15,000,000 bushels; of oats there was a large increase ; potatoes foil off from 170,000,000 of tbe previous year to 124,000,000 bushels. The Xew York Tribune says : j Tbe first month of resumption turns i the...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 February 1879

The Somerset Herald. Several Jays uf last wiok were mifrgcst IX I at BlRlta. .. Krtrnarr, a, i7 m w -I TIJIK TABLES. Tbe attendance at court Urge during last week. was mt very berilf Kyle ia a ponlUinan of taste. He ha 1 his office caldmimd last week. rink is the color. Tbe j:ay and frsUvc valcotine Tut made its apearaoce in tbe sbow windows of ser era! ol our store. . W. k oaiaarr H. K.raM miiuu rourr. ggaaXFOIgT B-ilUiOiD. ,aea InlU Sill .. after Juay t .. us .li naaseurertraint r -B. k. K. (Mall Wlni dally. Ex- 1 LBATB. Another cold wave struck tbis sertinn Fruiav night. It bas been (nowing and blowing and blustery and stormy ever since. An agitation is going on among tbe MethiKiiM cbun bes favorable to tbe eileu sMn ot tiie terra ot service ol ministers in a single place, troui three to five years. Tbe time of tbe February election is near at Dana, ana tne people or the ailler ent election districts should look tor tbe riirht men in tbe right place for tbe local cilices. un East...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 5 February 1879

... TOB- tFrom eur On Henlejr OurrpSeou ) Xiw York, Ja-31, 1879. If Morley, like Major Bagstock, i "tongb, air, tooirb !" be is not to tough M to be Ineeneible to the kiad word wbick areeted B'18 ret" w lko rea,m .ham nnill aniaaort tod paate-pot are ...rwina mightier thui tbe eword of Achillea or tbe artillery of Xapoleon. For all of which, kind friends, acwpt the profoaodeat acknowledgments of "joara trnlj." A GOLD MINI IS EW YORK CITT. Gotham has Tindicated her claim to have little of everything by bav in a very respectable gold mine. In 1877, tbe Appleton building, on Bond atreet, was burned, and gold and sil ver ware worth a million was melted and buried in tbe rubbinh. The io euraoce companies' worked over tbe ruins and took out all tbe larger mass es of aetaL ' The owners of the property got out a neat som by a thorough washing, and left tbe remnants for tbe street Arabs. Tbe nrchine met with eoch success last Spring that two Western miners made a liberal bid for the privileg...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 12 February 1879

Terras ot Publication Th: Swfcerset Herald . ,i.n,hd every Wadncaday Morning rtPH .oBum, I" wllienrUe t M .II mvri!ljr.b charged. N. .u Tli U U1 b discontinued aotil aU ,Ur..K "" F",mcr Br'ecUo notify wneB M,',!rlherl d0 00t 0,11 ..ulrKri removtog from on Posiofflc to ea olner should give a the bum of the former u u tb present office. Asdilrea The Somerset Herald, Somerset, J'a. I A TTOnXETS-A T-LA W. . ' i-w t:i.I ATTORN KI ATLAW U ,'c.i h."'y sntrNmsIoB Agent, Somerset, lilho ta Alemmuin suwea. .. ., irri.urT 1TUT SIM Jult S H. m((Uv m.kuJ iu u lysines rt-Vi lo'lilm. Mout-y advanced on collection , ctace in Mamtuotb ijuiidiug. U. TRENT, AlTUKSLl-iTLAH. ivwurut, JYa'. J wnuTICK. Alexander H. Ooflroth dm U' oii in Alamtnoth UuUdiag. - . - ,11 V L'V T T 1 UL' je.ier.nrealastai, somerset, "l" ,a it" ... ....... .,.., to his cure with attend " " ..... 11 1. j.r.ici.aesssnd n-iBuij-. a H . L. BAER, ATTORN ETT S AT 1a I', Somerset. Pa.. wUipracUoelnSom- -w ad'otmng eoumi.. -Ira'i'J ; w l...

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. — 12 February 1879

a 1 i i t i i The Somerset Herald Tbk Supreme Court of Florida ba declared Mr. Biebee, Republican, elected to Congress, but Governor Drew, who is Democrat, refuses to give bim certificate. A significant item is telegraphed from Washington to the effect that at tbe Treasury on Saturday, nearly all persons applying for interest took greenbacks in preference to gold. et k. r.mocraU declared op to the last moment tbat Resumption could not be maintained. Two retiring members of Congress bate been provided for by tbe l resi dent General Banks bas been made U S Marshal of Massachusetts, and Martin L. Townsend U. S. District Attorney for tbe Northern District of New York. Thi President has nominated ex Governor Pollock as Naval Officer and ex Governor Hartranft as Tost Master for tbe "city of Philadelphia. No other city in the Union bas two -Governors holding Presidential appointments. Taw new Senator from Louisiana is B. F. Jonas, of New Orleans, and member of the State Senate. Eus tis, fa...

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 1879

Tbe Somerset Herali . February, la, 187. j- ii."' ' Tbe sleighing has bees splendid lor the part week. Tbe new railroad project is the general ui t-iravcraaii'iD. Urmxa Items. Smih3 " Ilared, ant As Act-To prevent llie frequent change We are indclited lo for public document. Hon. A. J. Colborn too" R. ra.8. maAt raiwr. I HKUAirOIVT BAJXBOAJ. . . ll'l AHlna will j .nr mar u - . i..Ik.wa, eonner-.iu - "- 1 V o u- B E. K. (Mall train daily, tx r urn. aaaiTa. ..WMt p- ,0Pm- JU e, connect with Local Wat o r Last IS 00 m I'l ...-nMCT TUt " P- atii e West ' Eipren tart tiinweft ,.. 11 li p. m. ... 4:44 p. a. ...:0 A. M rrl DriTKLicAX Uaitus. 1 ncre lc a caucus ot Republican ..r !it the Resistors office on Saturday evening, Feb. 15. t nominate a ticket Jo be sup ported at the borough election on Feb. IS. ttic i,nry :ire All memliers of rordiallv invited t,i 1e pres. ent. Mast Voteks. b Couch Syrup ami get eoniettiing good, luotlura'e. ot iron : also .i,i.e Trent's Tobies. Miuffat Orton &...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 12 February 1879

WL L BETTER rtlJ. HOW V I MAT ELEVATE THE STANDARD OF AGaICCLTURE AN ESSAY REAP BEIOKETHE rE?rSSVI.VAMA BOABI OF AGRICULTURE BV HOX. C. C. MLS SELMAX, OF SOMERSET, AT ItARRIS BCBG. . To elevate the standard of agricul ture We must derate (he farmer. And to mention all tbat coold belp to elevate tbe standard of apiculture and tbe farmer, is more than I can give in this essay. The first and most important help is by education. It is a remarkable Urt that manr oeople. even farmers themselves, think that education is of very little importance to toe agricul turist. It is true, there is no voca tion or profession tbat can be followed with lees education; but there is none high or low, that can make use of more than the business of farming. The body may put forth its utmost strength, tut it is only when physical power is directed by tbe best intelli gence tbat it accompliebes its happiest results. Men of science and acute observa tion are now continually throwing out through a teaming pre...

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 1879

Terras ot Publication Ths Sonsrs:. Herald IM.at,U.bed vrv Wdnody Morning at M .r ,ono, I" advans nanrU U M wiU uiTarlaMy be charred. .So subKriptlon will b discontinued mnUl aU ,rrrrK re P41 op- Ft1t, w oottry when "I""' do aot tak oat tbeir pMr will b held aN.fc the subscription. suiriirf removing from om Posioffle ao, Mber b.ll ftw i lb nam o( th form a cll a Ui present office, Asddres DVe Somerset Herald, Stttnernet, Va. A TTORXEYS-A T-LA W. Uy K 1 F. SOM ELL. A nWN E AT LA W. mi B-umy o f eunion Agent, Somerset, , ... I"mce is ilamawtA Ui'Jck. In- U-U. ...H H I'KU ATTuK-Nt-Y ATLAW.SOM I ' ., dphihIv au?tid u-all business .' it-i'i to him. Mouv wivanotsduBcoiieoUoB i so.' o hoe in Mammoth liuibiing. S. C TRENT, asY NOTICE. Alexander H. Cotlroth has .Mime.! t tie 1'rac.iee u. inw u i.-tfiunmiBiiv ""Tuac. Ollie lu AlanunuUi Building. ...;;,vi- uv. ATTOKNEY AT LAW V .i .iclrtiu Somerset, Fa., will . lu il bnrtneee emmiUKi u hm aire with .;,.ti.r and naeilty. . r. HAEK. ATTORNEYS AT ...

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 1879

The Somerset Herald rBt DemocraUr irgumeut Btaotla bout as foil": W. know tbe Southern electors were diahoDe-t, for Ib'f feff'red t0 Bel1 t0 U8, W trUd to raise the money, nod could not ; therefore tie KepuWicana mart Lave bought tbera. Gov. IlABTBANrr has not yet sig nified his acceptance of the appoint ment as Tost Master at Philadelphia. Meanwhile several of ths journals of that city are urging his nomiuation aa Sheriff, a much more lacratiTe, and as they insist, more dignified po sition. Tbi latest appoiatment by the President is that ot Iloratio C. Bar nard f C. from Illinois, a mem ber of the Committee of Ways and Means in the present Congress, to be director of the Mint, in place of Dr. Lioderman of this State, lately de-ceased- Gen. A. L. RtssEL, of Pittsburg. Adjutant General of the State during Gjvernor Curtin's Administration, has been appointed by the President, Coansel to Mooteridio. There will not be a truer nor more conrtous gentleman in the consular service. All the ...

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 1879

The Somerset Herald. Saturday l a legal uoliis.v, being on birtuuay. wtuNKSDA"- .February, IS, 1S7S. We received, Inst week. a conimunica tion Imm HameiUville, measuring three yards in length. essary itinus. au memoers ci tue oosra The last born habr in Peottsvivania were present except Mr. Charles Donnelly weinbed nineteen founds. It woukl be of Pitubiirtc and C. C. Huaselman of this Tha ofTl rn of the Rotneraet & Cambria I Ursika Items. Ths RepnblicaM Kailrrnd Com nan v met at the office of Lower Turkey toot township met hat Cmia J'.lilnr Fan., in Johnstown, at three I Thursday and nominated the tollowu v o rlnrk Saturday afternoon, to discuss the I Persons as candidates to All township of i I J I practicabllityof extendingthe road toJohns- Ices tor the ensuing year : town, and the question oi raising the nec- I Constable, Col well Younkin. TIME TABLES. B. ras bhbkal rtnT. obsbmt a snaaasxrotsTT aAiLaoA. D.aoc. e understand tnat Doming act- inite was done: that the road will b...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 19 February 1879

Tbe benefit! derired from the soli trj nwndant of the erth rr, three fld. First. As the piiocip! csuse o! the tides re so essential to tbe p irity of tbe fluid wbich covers two t.irda r-r tbe sarfsee of tbe planet rouod wbich il revolves. Second. u. .. liirht which it affords ud ibe i .'aueDce of that light oo tbe growih of uUots sod tbe ripenio of fruits. T aird. The eid w bicb it forsisbes to t e nigtor in determining bis yo g tion on the trackless dep. By means of tbe tides tbe moon rv'es s mighty brom. which &iv sweeps the chores of mere, bj and oceans, and removes iropu rities which would be the sources cf disease, pestilence and death. It al B3 promotes evaporation by tbe con stant agitation wbicb it causes, espe cially of tbe bodies ot waier , to a tropical sun. Rain is codms qaenUy more frequent, and countries are thereby made habitable which otherwise would be only parched deserts. , . Tbe cheering ligtt of tbe moon has been tbe soUce and tbe goide of the benighted trav...

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 1879

11 of iPublication The Somerset Herald hlKbed very W wtoaedAy Mania MUM UP paid i advaaoa tberwia, $S M Will 5, sbscripUoa will ba duwonliliBed wun an ,nnr rIld "P- swRlaotliig notify wlK "brtlm " uk will b held aM for Ik subsarlpUoa. gstivcriberi removing from on, Pariofflo to as. . -i tha bum ef th Ifaraar I ,tker U , lipret- Aaddrw, 77f Somerset Herald, Somerset, l'a. j TTORSEYS-A T-LA W. ' r SCHELL ATTOKKET AT LAW. T I . J? K ntT . iFtM" Agent, Sovnervet, r is Mammoth Bloc. aa. 11-U. r- oH rHLATTOHSEY ATLAW.SOM I JLi ral w W PMnpUl d bu,lM" V efh uTlila. Mooy advaod ua collection """uttc to Mama BdlDg- TRENT, rro"i"-Ar-tjir. SierW, Pc'- -rN7TlUt-Alexjuder H. OoBrota ha I ,r,.i)rtle Somenetand Ij ""at' OtHm la Muuaoik ulldlng. 'Lrjf'rireAle.iiA, Som.net, Pawlll -T-... c uit ATTOatN ET AT LA W M A H . 1- nr.v, i c LA Someiwst, ra- wiu f. AU buslne en iillM promptly Attended to. f'--H2LL Pa- will " toaUbarineaten J TTcarVln Somerset and ad joining oun- .-.uwl'I. ATTLMSCT AT LAW, Of...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 26 February 1879

The Somerset Herald 17. It is intimated in Treasury cir cle at Washington tbat the Govern ment will realize proSt of $12,000,- X0 on tbe traxtionai currency that amount, it is now blieTed'bT'jK:no. - uambtt of Democratic elec- tng been lot or destroyed, oodered where ! ffi bare ofin th -Know-nothing party origina- ..j Tint ;nca rVlton, Tilden, 1 ... . k.o Ko.n At Moses testinea, our miuu u.o nerfect rest They never "knew acy- perietvrc-w j . thing," if we are for it. 0 110 iliVtl Wito all bis adruitoete, tbe chair- j kt;eaipi l0 overthrew tie man of the committee vesliaUDS I binrrv ot tbe Ffdenl Govern tae alleged -frauds" in tbe electoral j wKh lhe banol-bcxc9 un- ..r 1 KTfi has not been aoie 1 .... . t .uim..nv fillCieOMT A.r fill I 1 11 IT LCDblUvuj - reedy given, that tbe only tnorta .4..hnr.mere by Demo- U1BUC W " crats. If this coold have been done, Mr. ro'ter's report woald have been made weeks ago. TnE prescut Congress, it was an nounced in advance, was to be a Congress oi e...

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 1879

ml ri TTo-nalfJ ! A free noisicJ ismccrt is given every' The following is ft list of Borou:-,ti and lU0 uOniulbtli JAOICUU. Sb 'uHay nik'ht hi the "Ureal American ; T.)wnhip ofliiers, elected Tuesday Feb. Fo'-mary, 2B. 14T. Tobucco House." The heaviest full of snuw we have bad this winter csme flown Wednesday night Tbuieii;.y. 1 1 is several levt deep lu tliij woods. APDIsOX. Assessor, Isaac Davis ; Assistant Asses-s-rs, D. Mitchell, G. Drcnly; Supervisors, W. JfiFi i ,, Kli Bowlio ; Constable, To lia McCiiuita-k; Jud.te-oilil.'oiHi.i, J.-sUh Hinder ; Iahcin Aa.oitS. Jctirks, V7. L-uiiiiri ; f; hd DireeiiHs. J tcob L. Aug ustine. Anf!re Mi-Cliolock ; Auditor, A. Folk : To-vnsbip Clerk, A. S. ilil- ciull. We are r. q- ested l.v Pur. W. II. Bates, f AIXEGBEXX. ; to uv that Uie services ia t lie Calvary He- ' Ja!it, Samuel Cui'er; Assessor. Jacob i lot m. d Church will It in the afternoon of i Hilltens : Assistant Assessors. Au.mslti3 Dceniao, Oiiver Meyers j Tiie ex.mrsi.in tot be Wes...

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 1879

atetafentsjall. A SKETCH Or HIi KAELT CAREER 7118 riKST TAIHTISGS. T?,KrU U the YOQDffCBt of ...on rhildreo. of whom two died in infancy. ! II it fstber, Herman GerretM, wss a miller who liei on odb of the rmrn parti near tbe ttbite Gate of ibecuy cf Lrfdeo. According to Blaoce, wb claims to bae pained access to documents heretofore noknown be wan born on tbe 15th of June, 160C, and received hi baptismal name of Keftbiatidi son of Hermetic i Tan Kyn that is, Rembrandt son of Herman or the Rhine. Ilia father, being well off in world determined to jri hia youoge8t eon an education, and be was, when at a eoiuble age. Bent to ih TciTereitT of Levden. This on- urKitr. which numbered among Us leader Scaliger, Grotius (the mon etcrof erudition,) Arminiua and Koer baave, was founded by William the Silt-tit, in commemoration of tbe brave defence made by tbe Leydeners ajainst tbe Spaniards. Hj effjrei tbe people their choice, the remission or taxes or the found iug of a ubivershy, and tbey cn...

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