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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 11 June 1879

IttWI riRKT MET NT WIFE There was aUaya amjMiT lin ing about certain wa !bai M.jrTo bad, and io tfhicb fce wag alajn juiced heuebtly bj bis ife mj 00 cousin, Mar i?iereo, ibat bad been a war tbat troubled my curiosity so B HIT LUab liuuuicu HJ vmi.ww.. that I wi satisfied bj bearing tbe reason J whr. Itwasaimplj this : That every time a word was poku that led to the period wbea Charley Morgan Grst met my cousin May, they would both laugh heartily, but always re fuse te tell at what they laughed. This was certainly rery provoking, and I bad little hesitation in telling tbem so not cnee.bat many times at wlich the alwate ended by kins iogeacb other acd looking very affec- i 0 i ' tioaate I determined to have a solution of the matter; if for no other reason than tbat it worried roe. I am but wo man, and baring pleaded to the pos session o( curiosity, I pee no reason why, sometimes it" 6hou!d not be in dulged. With this resolution, I set forth cne evening, where we three, Morgan, May an...

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. — 18 June 1879

A My I'arktaSI. .... .-I-'"0" . . . ..thMWlM ft M """"Can u11' do BOt Uk 001 " " ilU t'1 able for Ue ruraertptioa. lS'tf!.vBori:.gfroai one rostoffleetoan "'awlte name ' fl,nnef M The Svhiersd Herald, ' Somerset, l'a. (rr,j'.7;".s-jr-LJH ... K S -hi I J--, A '!'- . - and'" t'":;V i",J ihe Somerset eraia ESTABLISHED, 1 8 2 7. .1. AT !: tt ai -ck. u. ll-u. i.N H. -i u ITJiiNtV ATL.AW.SOM , r ui-ilj .tn i loall busiMW ' ,;.',. advanced onoolleetlon h jiulldit K. I,-!' 2 M VltoKNtVAT I.AW " foment: rtet, Penna. THE NT, kSLl AT-LA II . VOL. XXVIII. NO. 2. SOMERSET, FA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 1879. WHOLE NO. 145S. BANKS, ETC. ISTISAV BANK. A I' .jMrttt. ' ft tirmaJer H. Ooflroth has VI I , . . an Ki.miTMil anil .J"-'::'1'"? ioe in Mammoth Building. . . V A T 1 A VIP .1 ...rxt Sill , ,,1 bus"!"1 i Biiellty- .nLrujtei to Ms care w-.h Li u'. r' i I'.W.K, ATTORNEYS AT .',, fa., wiil I'rartif In Sum vaatie. AU business en J, : c- pr.-u.ptly attended to. iLL. attTknky AT LAW, v ;i attcct to all b...

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. — 18 June 1879

Thft Snmflrspt TIproW!leccraticp.riydri::ea into power OUJIiOlCt HtjldlU)tbrocgh tJje ojiocent blundering WF.INE8IAT. ...June w.isTt. Krpafclicaa Mate CTrile. The Republicans cf Pennsylvania, and others In favor of an Honest Currency tod the faithful discharge of National Obl'gatioDe, and opposed to Communism and the Restoration to Power in the National Govern ment of the influences which procur ed tie rebellion of 1SC1, are request ed to fend delegates, apportioned ac cording to tteir representation ia the Legislature, to a Convention to meet at H&nifcturg, tt 12 M , cn tie 23d day of July neit, to noniinata a candidate for State Treasurer and transact ruch cttcr business as may be brought before thtm. M. S. C;iay, Chairman State Committee. rmLAi'EU-niA, June 9, 1S"9. No bayonets ! only shot guna and wcnlrpr at the nolie. is what the w- - - ft peace loving confederates demand Accobmxu to the estimate of the National Krewers' Convention, the production of ale ia the United State...

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. — 18 June 1879

Somerset Hen:! 3. n. w Our M-k't-1 (-diuo'e ili'l thtir ten wetke ni'ii Fiiilav. Tl.i iti-o It niii. n tromiM- t lie h ifauil . Let t:ri Ihk!j( H,at ii;l, conitr. 1'i.nilt-y t j It- "f Je-hustown, ill 1 lMriBTANTTANsKRR ok Htm.v IIihik ed o'jictinn. Tniw in ut tit tin Kij le isrKimsT S3 t. o.-kiumsii t i-.!Mf k im me . of M t v Uuu. Chaira-an , ''rVhe T "T'.'nf1 ! of the Committee unVMw toM utt- j 4 WiSt inm, feuUM cxri-; 1 roticd. brought nP lull ib. .1 Kavft now other dar to eint lie II ..-usfti n I ' KE A OHIO lY. 15 Tiict ili l'i-roi:! rfiii i!iiom;U th.j r.iuntry nr.; U-inji weii fix.-ilup; but not bulure i hey r.n d.'d :t. k'iie n liir'c iinv.tJ nuiirrvjnted in tiie IJiitmutiil ti witms lUc jlu raisiog Sit . .!' uriluv afti-i Doon. C nl. u'zy Calicut a trout in C'lii-urubtr run, tins county, a (tw Uav& aco, that iiiua'iiu'd i li-ea indies. I me work on tiie tand stand went on i litavi-l y all dar M'rtidav. nutwillisiandinv .i.lc on this r.au i ii t,, i.nni.r. ..'i a.' le ....

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. — 18 June 1879

SUH.V I TEAKS. i liSXV 1XJW51NU. Chill tin air and bard the grvurni ; Kot one raj ol sunlight lieti O'er tbe moor with liollow sound. Moaning low the cvU wind f :jrhet!i Sower, break the stubborn soil, Lavish In iu furrows heaping, Ocase nt trom thy patlrnt toil, ty wthe seen and wait the reP'''4- Summer miiFMr.e on the lilll : " liirds en every green tree slntfiug : Shouts of joy the ort air 1L H.-wne the birrwl tbyre brlnginf. And the tower en the plain. Hit long burled ssed iw lindina. ?!c!luw ht ai of yellow strain lute sr ldcn sheaves i binding. la the dark am! narrow tomb, Coetlicr eccls wc Lory weeping. And enwraped in quiet gloom, Lsave it to the Master' kccpi:t . T tlie end we cannot see, Frdih ber hcavot.lv vision iT.dle.c. 1 ido God's suprunc decree, We In oicck subtrdsii . bending. )n our live a nsUnt chill. Like n wintry landrcaes lying. Ever lulls: we trust iiiin (till, t)n hi? faithfulness reylaa. thrill shall melt wKhferrcii! br..t. Time 1 but an ended story, Vt'e ou...

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. — 25 June 1879

0 Tcrms of iPnblica 7vs Ssaarsst Hsrald fluted eterX WalnoeJir M-taH at IS paid IB adTMOe cthanrlM M L wUl be dl-x-tto.- -nin au " -IV -Hiatus bea mtMriti de.not take ant " iTwaib... U.fcrtb.ertKK-. 'ra-orlnf tW ,'"offi"U"" It- tlfT 'Aa EilMrt Xeaelai Serve. The one IBOt 1 erald Adirei ESTABL IS H E D, 18 9 7. The Somerset Herald, VOL. XXYUl. NO. 3. i sMNerMf;ivr. ; i : SOftLEKSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1879. WHOLE NO. 1450. BANKS, ETC. r'- i ATTOR?TE AT LAW 1 1 Et,'. anTrVnalnB Aa Sunset, jN"13W BANK .-nT aTTORK v ATLAW.SOM- j Cf (4 J i r. VtVam-sa o collects J w-lfr- - M i Hi County Bank UlldiD. s, ' 90 aVvo.net" at law homrrMU Pew. r TRENT. ilTOSA"'-r-1' "' fciarrMf. '- Alexander M--tVflrolh h" l. V'io. inMaaunoiu Kuilum, Be net and f a It. " T HAT. ATTOKN EY AT LAW "KTSSf r -,1 promptly M to- ,. t,Mvtu attTkney AT LAW, I'H1?. w,U unJ Uellbulieien. rWiV!.nennafcieUtj. &( -7ti B"- . CHARLES J. HARRISON, Canhier cud Manager. Collect!n marie hi ail parte of the UoitM SCaUA. 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. — 25 June 1879

The Somerset Herald WEPWESDAT. .Jam 31. irr Berkm.it. Somerset Conntv. is among the Taw Post Offices estab lished iMt 'week. flSHtlHSBSIBISIBBHHV It ie anJtoanoed that lion. Charles Foster, the Republican candidate for Governor, will speak in every coantr in Ohio before his election. As the Toledo Contention draws near, it becomes more apparent that General Sam Carer and his crowd cannot transfer the Qreenbackers of Ohio to the tender embraces of the Democracy. There will be music in the air at the Toledo lore-feast Now that General Ewing has been nominated as the Democratic candi date for Governor of Ohio, it is sug gested that he resign his Congressional position not muchee, General Tom knows beans when the pot is cper, and that a Congressional bird in the hand is worth two roosting about Colambns. For. an exemplification of the faith that will remove mountains, commend s to the Greenbackers. Here for instance is General Fiatt, the Green back candidate for Governor of Ohio talking...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 25 June 1879

The , TJrtTo A ' P,'ve np your I0"'168. I"" . S0lD-6rS(t HGnHU. of JulyU rapidly approaching. .. .ill A duidIm o specul pjlR-cmun will b employed ly Hie Umni"u autlioriliut f..r the -'Gili. A beautiful n -w bunting flag floats proudly from the ti ig waff on the Herald building. P . IT 11,1 ' .-BaMVK- It. ...In Ml i w Lfiw" ourner 0rm,,t 1 IUiv-- - . ,! .f A - WEST, Mt- P,.,.lrS r 11 I" I. 1 1 !; : l . i I' ll 4:4' Vliil""!' m ):i. -ihihui .. W.JIHBli ,,lUHl .. fnilntftti ""k?.".' M ltll' 1 Ml l'in . ! iia-wm MAIL. Sr. York P- "' (1 ..TV . Kruo p. m. S.iba. Bu. J i . IB : " ..'a - 5:4; " 711 " 7:17 " li:3l " 7:lt " '. J The Presbyterian ami M.ih,wi;ut Sun. ' day schools will have a union picnic on the i Kourth-ot-July. A very bcautilul laauion has been intro aucea among ur carrying a large red rose in the mouth. Some lew summer visitors have already arrived and taken rooms at the different hotels and boarding house. Mr. Joseph Herr is having a handsome stone pavement placed in front ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 25 June 1879

' 1 ; $ i "OXL IS A THOl'liSD." "SUc'i one In thousand," Said old tanner Grey, Af be waded knee deep la the sweet ceatod hay. "Yoa wont fiad her like, marm, From here to the town That woman out there In the calico gowv. Vb thought twaa a servant A yokinf the (teen : And the old farmer Una-bed Till he ataxled the tear. "An' you was hairrhrbt, marm, Fsr, Hwixt you and me, She has worked like a elate Sim tlic year fbrlv -three. Jf yea rvuM have seen lief That murning in May, When I stopped at her lather's And took her away . " 1 A likely young bride, marm, So blooming and fair, . - And -chipper" a that HtUe lamb Frisking tlieret 'Yon w ulJn"(a th'.aifbt it, Kv would fou, friend, say T 'Afjfo look at her wrinkled And brow n face Unlay? Her hard. tKiy;kd, aaarm. Her bark like a bow? Ah, she's one in a thousand V, .:'' . , '"When first we wore'married, " All f my aake ;' And here the old farmer leaned hard oo hi rake, She gave op her music And tea e op her bouas No nonsense alawt her. You...

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. — 2 July 1879

u XYrmH ot I'ublic.-au Tb: S:a:rs:t Herald 1Jwkrf 7 """ " W ta .).. ctkarwua 3 M """"V what M ..-1,1 .hbwtlitnbfUl. M . tk. ..ma at Ui lunaar as iTM-, -Ajjr" ?J 77 Somerset Herald, Somrrtrl. I'a. TTunSEYSATLAttr. r" u v sCHfcLL. ATTUKNEY. AT LAW. Z. OH"' km. .- u.tnmr.u .. nil. ATTOKM.I il L . "- J v - . i.-i foiia. ai'wj ,.L. ' YroKNEY AT LAW, t.TUEST, Somrrut, JVa'. ' oTK rl-Alexaodw U. OofiiMtn has I i.hei.ractl- " uw fcouM-rset and li',ffl?M.l 1 om la Mammoth building. 'iw..""- - JVivf HAY. ATTORNEY AT LAW ' fi.iM.u.ln tobl.ear.wtt. a' -"1 ind udeuty. . OTYt .13 WV IT U T V tt V.mewU Pa., will practice In !om Iroinmg counties. AU business n ',;n;iiWl.mpUy.ii.0deato. ..,, KIMMbU ATTCKNEY AT LAW, l"H.r I'alil attend toall buirtnoMen J &,mri, 'J Sotnrrsclsnd ad,..lnin eoun- -v ui,.-it. )IH AMES L PUG H, J ATTKKNEY AT LAW, . . H. ,,itioe, Mamm"th Hl.K-k, up tlr. JMnwlwlU''"'F",,'""- ' 1 it HUM H. KMINTZ. AITOKNEY AT, attn meraet aoM a OIiVk. SCOTT, J m-e In MammWh BJ"''- ' eetro...

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. — 2 July 1879

The Somerset Herald Democract, propc ps, fcct Ilajcs dieposea. Evca ' Bourboa ; ' inuel Tield to tbe incviUsble. j That one popular sir, "Ltstca ,to th Mocking -Bird," now.puwthe teeth of th ltt Jt democrat on edge. ' Musrc hath charms to soothe the earage best. "The sweet By nod r?v" is ' tie prevailing favorite in select Democratic aretes. : Tu latest Democratic Shalsperiaa paraphrase runs thus: "Upon what meat does this our 0r feed, that fca growr. so great backbone ?" ToV shoot 1 I'll come down! paid coon-to Davy Crocnet. , ; -eTer tie 'Veil lack dows, mind .nouer veU, it IVmocracv to tbo Treeidect.; ,'. IUniall ou top this time. It j.j k. rton O Tiarr . is now conceucu n; - will be tbe Democratic candidate for State- Treasurer, 'and Wallace ; bae gone home tb'eulk. " Aemca and ndbe6ive plasters are now ia great demand among Demo cratic , Congressmen. The i&qairj for soetbing pjrop is also beoomiog qnite lively.' " : ' ' - Fpeakiko of Coogrees, we beard ' an "Old Vet", at; t...

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. — 2 July 1879

The Somerset Hent'i A leltes-liioe rain Cell in on Sunday mora in g. thi. taui.k; THE REUNION ; -OFT1IK- ,.- .Julj 2. 17-. rrr' irv ti.c Disipics Pupdy-hnoi pinc 10ri PENNSYLVANIA, 2ZSESVZS SOMERSET. Mr. Cbsrley H-rr. -oiir and proprietor l Ihc l'clrolia .Vcrd, is id town.' W rill' ! W rTO l 1 I-Jf J insL TIip ?rand Fourth-of-July calibration 15'--rliu promise lo be big tiUir. Company G wili be inspected at this y Col. Hill. .i 1 ;C0 r. m.. on the gib ' .TlW0llEOUIO 11. Park Kiinmel. who ha just finished . his junior year at Allegheny College. ; Muatlville, rciurtml borne last Thursday. I We received a valuable cotnniuicalion ' Irom New Lexington, one page of which i was mislaid, which will prevent it pcbli-calion. vi- - '...sirec WEST. The Cumberland extension of the Bed- j ford Division, Pennsylvania Railroad, was finished last week, and trains re now run--1L- ninit regularly. ... l1"t' ..HI-"' ' Phil. if U' tnii'ii"" .. v- . uinv.n - j.;lt,t.urg , tfrw York P- j We are glad to no...

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. — 2 July 1879

IIM AIDES. BT E. IDA VILLIAMS. Cannon Fulls presented a weird picture m Gay Harrey came npon them saddealy through the forest, so dense that it shot out the bright noon day son. The foilage was only tinted bere and there amid the Summer ver dure, with Its rich autumnal hues, and coming upon the wild berry vines be found the fruit ungatbered, so se cluded from the main road and hu man habitation was the way be bad chosen. His fowling piece bnng at bis side, , bis game bag orer his shoulder, scan tily filled with spoil, and whistling gayly an air from a French opera, he parted some branches which cut off any further progress, and Io! there j poured the roaring falls some sixty feet below, bellowing a complaint to the dumb, surrounding country, then whispering in its secret creeping down the rugged, rocky wall to tbe sturdy stones that bad forty years borne patiently its murmurs with philosophical stoicism, across the rocky basin into which, foaming and babbling, fell tbe bright cascad...

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. — 9 July 1879

ll - J'' 1 .A of publication u u jm, until u - .rI ap" ratrllr. do; not Uk. out ;:'rpiiltfn. Pos-omcn-aa-n.mi of the former " 1 ll o Somerset IT 1 1 13 STAHLlo ilUDi 1827. i VOL. XXVIII. NO. 5. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY !, 1S7D. WHOLE NO. 1 1(51. . . - T ,? T I X TX.' .,(! 1 A il l'"-' " . BANKS, ETC. ! ...m ak m "Come Into the garden, Mand." OF THE SUPERVISORS rrrr,- And the eats tliat;dancd on the onion had - a 1 'V.SIA-.il I" l vi V ATLAW, SUM- H V 1 V ; .V wiea.. u, ill trtismesa U'Jivi i)W V .. ' V Va.icu--eo u uUeU : '". v. X ti:l"'''"-- ! -:o: r Bank i 0FS32E3SET TCWK2HIP. CHARLES J. HARRISON, j j ; o)-" ti-ar-tJH-. ,..'. iaclcr H. CuSritn to i ul laW 111 S .Inersvt and t Ui ."uaui'.au'.b iiuiU'.tii;. . - rn.i el-a. ... eL'.ru.-- , v ATT KX E AT I AW .snE h.Jtl.'.nt, F...wt:i u.i-.eJ t bis care with "". ,,.t ATTUKMAS AT ' , "TIXUNtV AT LAW, j .VI. Kt- v'-.. t:..ui w tl Lu-iii- mf en- , '.ii'.- lit V.iui- ; :. 1ft 7-iy ; , ("o!'.eni'r. mi-lc in ail pan il thekoiiM SUU. CU...

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. — 9 July 1879

The Somerset Herald WEDNESDAY.. Jolf , 1S7 Covgbess has adjourned. Mate os truly grateful, good Lord ! Coffrotu died ia the "last ditch" wilh the Confederate Brigadiers. LoTely io their lics, in death they were not parted. We congratulate the Republicans vho voted for CofFrotb on the pluck of their Representative. lie "nerer surrendered." Tub DemocraU made their attempt to nullify the election laws, cost the country a million of dollars, but they did'nt eucceec' in the effort, thanks to President IUjes. Ir daring the late session of Con gress, the Democrats did'nt work to make Slate sovereignty supreme, and thereby establish the right of Btces feion, they talked a great deal of fool ishness, and by words gave the lie to their professions. ow for a carnival of crime. Con gress adjourned without making an appropriation for the pay of Marshals, and mail robbers, counterfeiters, il licit distillers and rogues of every degree have free swing, as the courts cannot execute their decrees wi...

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. — 9 July 1879

The Somerset Herald .Ju'v. 1T. - w -efSW! plTISBfBOH DIVISION, Any person Laying g,Hl liimdliy hay How Tiiev O.i.r.intATKr. at ISkhi.in. ' The third annual mcKinp of the Soiimt ) Jjst of Jdhoks drawn tn serve at f. sal can find puicbaser ly addressing The one hundred and ihird anniversary set County Conference Sunday School As- gust Term, 1S19 this office. f our Naiinual inilt;1iiuUm'e van cvlo eociation took place in the Lutheran j ohano jurors. brat.,! In- Hi foul i-iiilr- l licrliu nml Clinrch. CVntreville. M v 27. -i ami 2!l, ! i i; t nr t-...ii.... tt'.l..f .nr... "... ; I.' 1 V I .. ...1. nuum U-JSIUW .1. uu.t v i bui,uio iu vui . iiTiiiii v in Lilt, i: uauii: it: 11:111 1 ami 111111:11111- icjiv. jr . . j. 1 ni"n, . 1 A 11. ,,....,. 11 w An- borough that (should receive the of the auiUoriut-t. attention cent style. It is the proud boaft of Uerliu e have teen looking iu vmu lor a full lUrtka, John IC. Mr. IIowakd Lacghtoh, who hag leen spending the past few months in Philadelp...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 July 1879

A PI Till I. K OF OLB WATER. "Il i Bueb a pity," eui Mrs. Lee, and the turned her jes from tbe window. Kate, her little daughter, E'.ocd tear her lookicg out upon the road, a saiall, blne-fjed, cberub-like creature. A man had just passed, and it waa of him the lady said, "It was ench a pity." "A greater pity for his wite and children," replied Mrs. Lee's sister. "Oh, Jear! It's a pity for all of tbcm," caid Mrs. Lee, in quite a troubled voice. "Why doesn't the man drink cold water when he is dry, and not pour burning liquor down his throat ? I've thought more than once of meeting Lim with a cool glass of water as he came by, hoping he would turn back to his bhop and not keep on to Ho ber's tavern." "That would be too pointeJ," said tbe sister. "It might do good," Mrs. Lee went on. "Suppose he did feel a little an noyed, he would berdly refuse the cool drink, and oace taken be might not feel so strongly drawn toward Huber's tarern. the next time I taw him coming I'd offer the drink a...

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. — 16 July 1879

of publication Xh; S:a:rsct Herald wodneodaj Morning HP ..ia. .3 " " WIU U dlsrocUnnod ul u s,.iutt"M rortaulSien neeloetlBB WMertberi do not tako out " " ail" WtftheiulipU. " M bx- I-"" U aa- inmrf!"' .... ,( the Aroer ""Zmtnct Herald, lhC somen, 1. ihe 8 omer iet leraj IT 1 ESTABLISHED ,,1897. - -urLL ATTORN" ATLAW l' - .-.'.crtVltWT.KOH- . ,i.NH VHU" .UyatteudWail tMlBott J t pa.. .,-v .lvu.-ea on cone. p,8','-hH",W,n"- ".. it w 1,lr: r Mr:..,. . at law. .WT(,f- . '- .iciin!cr H. tvBroth M - vTl' h ,1 i,r in Somerset and ""l - i HAER. ATTOKN EYS AT i H;: , s ..uu-ir. t it. ' a.l.lil"'' Ir-.tlMR lfiJ U). . t iTH. ta . i: 1 v in " - - . . ... J VOL. XXVIII. NO. I). SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1879. WHOLE NO. 14(12. BANKS, ETC. 'the -:o:- s Bank omersei wcuntv CHARLES J. HARRISON. Cashier c.xtl Manager. tv.lly ti.j mute in all parts of tbeTJnitau Stmts. Charire moderate. Butler and other checks Col lected and cuhed. EarternandWencrnexrliana-e always on hwl. Remittances made v...

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. — 16 July 1879

Tho Somerset Herald WEDNESDAY. ...Julv it, lure. Republican financiering Las aared the country eixty-Beven millians per annoni in theinteieston the National debt. With the announcement that Thur man is weakening mentallj, come dailj bulletins of the improved and now robust health ot Samuel J. Til den. The "old man of the mountain' ha his grip fairly around the neck of the Democracy, and the Boonar it re cognizes the fact that it is bound to rarrr bim the better it will fare. The public don't need to be in formed that the average Democratic politician i? a mighty mean coss, and therefore it will not be a matter of eurpriee to know that an attempt is now being made by the friends cf Tilden to kill off Senator Tburman by allegations that he is not only in bodily ill health, but that his mental faculties are dangerously impaired. CoLosel Bi ECH.the new Secretary of the Confederate Senate, has or dered the New York Tribune, Chi cago Jnter-Ocean, and other North ern papers, to be stricken...

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. — 16 July 1879

0 Tte Somerset HerLld. ..July 1, 17. IL CP w i- vw j TAIBI'13). BAITIWO"1 A ,,IW riTTsuvnaH DIVISION'. It. It. Mir 1 l!. trains ' d w1 arrive t dtiiot, comer Grant U .illoWS . WEST. M. MI- MAIL. The 1 mocr.ilic SihU- 'n-rnlimi meets I SiiANKfvn.l.K I-rrw. Ojuiil pitcliinii ia Ekitor Ur.KAl.n There is a peddler t lUrrisburg to-day, Wcclm-sdny. j the li-mling pime of thu iiufcra o( thia travelling tbnMgii (he country selling a i . 1 nlurM. aci tu mnilt .tturdin.1 In .illidi- ' riMIlt W-itll ft amall tmtlltt Ol letDOD CB- liuckleberrit made their appearance in ' inc. that a rainstorm will not siod them. ! tracts for the very trilling aura of one dol our streets last week, cents per quart. Th y aull at ten Anyone wishing v disrmo of several tons ot good timotby hi), cm. Jo ao by calling at tbis office. Several erection. The boys of the IIkrald office it,h lo return thanks to Mr. Ed Ilnovcr for a Urge toot contain iii several Quarts of delicious cherries. ! I.. . . ., 1 .... ,. f1 au...1...

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