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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 23 February 1881

AWAKE. . The inn gets np lu the mornlnf And Ufa bi tatcly hed ; Orn jroureye, my sleepy M. The inn is out of bed ! The moon is reiy timid. She dmre not meet the snn, With a beigh ho t the lUn nut go. And hide themselves one by one. The sun gets np in the morning. The world is all alight ; Every tree is foil of glee, Every blossom bright ; Every bird is singing A welcome to bis King, With s "Well done, beautiful sun ! You glorify everything." The sun gets up in the morning, And so must children, too ; How dare you keep so fast asleep. The sun is calling you ! 'Mid all the birds and blossoms Your merry voices raise With a hurrah ! now glad we are We hare got a snn to praise ! A FIERY STEED. For once Mar cave promise of be ing a May worthy of the many beau tiful songs which hare been sung in her praise. She came dancing along after her sister April who had just left in a shower of tears with a eruile upon her lips and a wondrous rainbow halo on her head. The young maples began to blush...

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 March 1881

u r "i-n"hlication. ,c,.ms ..Somerset Herald, TV i. luM)- m-rulr. 0 , Mtl in advance ! otbcralne S tt j . ,.... be tasr4- l di'!'otte'1 na'-U u V'7 .i-itabJr Jp.wll.te fur lbs "V (Yum oue I'oetoClco to ao- ot!n name fjUie former T;. Soinowt Herald. i i u't.'OSKK. , "' K ATJOUNEV-ATLAW, Somerset, la. .i ", S. I'LL. ' Al lOK.StY AT LAW, Sitmerfct, Pa. pCDSLEY. I ATIOKNEY-ATLAW, i Somrrret, Pa. li: n. scull. Al 'fOli S fcV-AT-LAW, Somcrret, Pa. : TIIFA'T. tpuvey atlw, tx.uiurect, Penn'a. , i . iWTTKUSON,. atti.;:nkv-at-i.aw, Souienut, 1'k. cra ted to Id rare will I at pwiKpuMfe and Udelll?. 1. IWJ- . ;--kiVtii a ruppkl. ATVOKXLYS-AT-LAW. alo-FS i n'el ,n,,ir c;lre W,H be , -ii ..liiu '"' street, c;'ioiu the AT rc'K N" EY-AT-L A W , r prnol'in Agoot, Suttieimt, 1. ,;:a-.1;ill;x..'.u Ulu-k. ',n:xTixi-: hay. AlT;KXEY-Ar-I.AW : n,.i; r i;i H '.il Lut'te. SoinTt, Pi, will ; ,itl t.o-iirc-fi culrudted to hU euro w-h '',:i;fl a i'!? ,-! ti KIMMF.L, ATT KM Y-AT LAW, Somerset, . , ,. ,3't'' nil...

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 March 1881

if-tm The Somerset Herald. EDWARD 8CC LL, Editor and Proprietor. WEDNESDAY Urrh im It is expected that Mwoen thirty and forty thousand men will W in line at the inaugural parade. Gexeuai. IIaxcwi; has accepted au invitation to be present at the inauguration of President Garfield on Fridaj'. Mr. Ecki-ev P. Coxe the twice elected Senator from ihe Luzerne dis trict, has lecn sworn in and taken his seat Axn bo the "anti-corkess" braves did crawl into a general caucus like little men, and vote for John I. Mitchell for Senator. Like the fel low who resolved not to drink, they treated resolution. CjkS a legislative enactment make -a-s spell "saw? They think so down in Arkansas, for the legisla ture of that State has passed a bill defining the pronunciation of Ar kansas to be Arkanaotr. If newspaper comment be a true index of popular sentiment, our new Senator (Mitchell) is the right man in the right place. Every body is claiming him as their man, while ho asserts that he is no man's man. 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 March 1881

Hie Somerset Herald. .,:. K. SIT I.!. V Mart-li c-aine in Hkf s non JoniTal Grant in Wiming at a n.-wmper Millie inolnvics atvl ' in market. !,iiti" will mum be J- t . 1 nttorxiu, Kq., i ri-ititijt lii par niw in Nnyttnvn. The ithr lias lirvn quite j-riiig like ir the ii.st few days. .March 3nJ. SALE KEUlsSTESX. .. . ...j r.. 1.1 Lohr. la;c uf Jtar- Sl nt..'"ulP-dce,'!' r,tttofa-H.rg Frits, of Somen tonnship. I lie flMt nibbiiM.r the anuuin made hi ! ajfHrance on Monday last The recent rain has removed most all the snow and ice from our lavements and cross wiilk. .utss jeniue Hart is a canti.late for Su- lutendcnt of the schools of Washington rountv. ll.ilIK tie Medii-inc at -'. N. ;, (J.kkIs, New G-.ols J- 1V..V I- I' I!. .Ur,- ;ir-:tlll ,v,l.-r V'oV. .. a lli l-e Cl.i. i" preat vnrie l; ml'. J'.. S:iyIcr & "'., are wiling cheap ,li-hfJ f:i. Wank at t N. r.i.v.l s a full I'.uniK eti-. .l.rA ". are not M-Iungjioou wr are not competent iv .1 1 Al X. lloVil'a rc can u la full line...

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 March 1881

THE KISING OF THE IUVEK. It happened many years ago. when I was young. My husband was a manufacturer in a pretty coun ru vi'la. and wo lived in a little white house cIopc by the mountain stream that supplied the factory with water. It was n loveiy ium"v gwL The wooded slopes of the mountains on one eide came to the water's edge, while on the other In v the grpan meadow?, dotted with th" while houses and spires of the r. .1 I'- twecn us and the river stretched the highway, following the course of the stream for mile?, while the water foamed and sparkled over ti c Lrown rocks, making music nnrl Aav. There 1 was a? hir.nv as the day was long. It was mv iVide to keen mv house as neat WiM. ns nossible. so that Tom might tird rest and comfort w hen he came home tired from his day 8 work. When everything Mas in readiness for him the table spread, the fire bright, and the kettle sing ing on the hob I used often to lock mv door, and, going out loose my self in the woods, and resting for a ti...

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 March 1881

'IVrnis of publication. 'ho Somerset Herald, M.' -T ' " i 'i la edanee : eth.-reiea l o , ., e iiK .1 I"1" -r'ti- iU I dlnllntted BBlU Kit , PU -Pi rar.cT.eR!toj whe. tak pel" ml j . rV ' - . .. ! aionilr.r l K II h.fh -uM th name of the former ; ,. (he present otaee. Allress The Somerset IU raid, Somerset, Pa. 1 .1 K(H.'MM. AlTOBXn-ATLlw, Serwt, Pa. ATroaXEY-ATLAW, Somerset, Pa. II. ATmHNEY -AT LAW, Somerset, r. 'oi:;i: u. sculu A"ITOKNEY-AT-LAW, Sjmcr.xt, Pa. (j ::i:'T, ATTOBXEY AT-LAW. .t.onersct, Fenn a. m i) F. PATTERSON, ATTOR.VEY-AT-I.AW, Somerset, P.. AUh,;iontra-t1 to bis rare will b. at, .S-t. 1. lw A l-fL w- TrPBL. n )"FJnvrii ruppel. ATTO.iXEYS-AT.LAW. i n.jf'uwi e:i'ru'e.I to their cat will be i! ,i', an I puneinaliy attended to. TTtNKY F.SCHELL. ir AT IVtt.! t; .m il' inJ TVnioi. Agent, SomerwL, Pa. AI.EXTIXK HAY. AITOKNEY-AI HW In.! Iltf Tin IW.I r-x-v-.m, - - ----- 'o a'l'w" euiruiel u hi ear wli!) Tl - -1 ril.ta CilMMit Pi V I'll J m.IV O. KIMMEU Somerset, Pa. m- im...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 March 1881

The Somerset Herald. EDWARD SCTLL, ZAU arel Prorrh-lor- WF.DXEDAT Mircb . ia Pkesii'E.vt H ayes closed his Presi dential cirecr with u veto intssage. Tin: Forty-sixth Congress has been gathered to its fathers. Let us give thanks ! i-. i.i-ri!v Supkmax signalized l.ii last month in the Treasury by reducing the National debt nearly tw elve millions of dollars. Oi-u State Legislature adjourned on Wednesday last till yesterday, 8th inst. The boys wanted to help inaugurate President Garfield. Se'-hetaky Shi km an resigned as Secretary of the Treasury on Tue s day last, so as to be able to take his seat in the Senate on l-nday. Gcx. Gaufiems aged mother who accompanied him to Washing ton, is the first women who lias ever seen her son on occupant of the White House. Tun veto of the funding bill and the failure of the apportionment bill, w ill probably make necessary an extra session of Congress some time during this spring or fall. The snow ttonns of Thursday and Friday arpcar to have been...

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 March 1881

rllC Somerset Herald. ;'.'V ..March r.h., MM. SALE REGISTER. Jtflcr- ....... f Haetd Lhr, late of kisrrhl "...-..mi,, deceased. IB . - Estate of George Frltn. of Somerfet tonMp. Malice drinks one-half of itt own poison. rill clow during this The country schools i month. Winter still liugrrs in the lap of spring, as it were. The public schools in this borough close Friday. Butler county has a balance of $28,000 in lis treasury. The entertainments trlren Friday" and Saturday evenings, by the Centennial Jubi Ice Singers, were Tcry largely attended and immensely enjoyed by our citizens. The troupe, ten in number, is composed of for mer slaves, seven males and three females, all full fledged Affricans. We understand that they intend giving entertainments at several other points in the county during the present week. AVe would advise any of onr readers who have not heard them not to niisxan opportunity of doing so, as their The new depot is a general rendxvous for ,!n8inS certainly remark...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 March 1881

- J 1 4 i ! imngmcm TOM DOI.IVAIX-S W Somebody knocked at the door. And Buch night as it was S-the enow and the wind making it dread ful to think of while you eal beside a roaring fire, let alone being out on the dismal fiat where the little house braved the fury of the elem ent war. It was quiet inside, the loudest sound being the moan of the wind and the hiss of the feathery r flnl-pa falling down the wide- mouthed chimney to the flanng.logs below. Yes ; Tom uod to sit where you sit, and I sitting in this blessed iden tical spot, sewing as 1 do now, ana he'd tell his awful yams and try to make me believe them. 1 ou nee, I don't Bwallow all I hear." "Ye don't think Im a-deccivin' ye, do ye ?' "I don't think much about it, so you needn't have that in your nod dle. Go on, do ; for mercy's sake what ails the man ?" Such a look as he gave her. "Well, there comes a Ptorm dav, one v. an' the Ekipper he comes to us A woman was sitting lesidc tb ; S3ys, says he : 'It's all up wi' us. flari...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 March 1881

- ,.f" Publication. . Somerset Herald, V, lUC t.;,v :na-; at ,;1;l tu .-uKu-tt.-ti ; ulb-rwi.-B t2 40 i. V -.ai-i J IV 8'lc & -" " j, .j i,.V rut J ,j . .Tr!t'e fT tlio r.b- .(CI fPi VfBt4 sr.- . -M we of te f'-rmn ...... -sirT.T. A.i'." set Herald, fi.imeifci, Ta. i . i N t V - A T ii A V.' , KV-AT I.AV. S.uuierf.1, P. ;-m:y. Al -p knky-at ;..w, S..i.cri' t, I'. js. nior it, Tu. V .AT. :ir.'..v:'V.iri.iv, . iiui-r.u I Van a... ,- rATTi:!:S!)N, A - ,, i.Y-AT-I. AW, S.tnersi-t, J'. ,, -ru-'fl to rarn Wi" '' V.L -. ,'. aij-twHi -o i hie"'?. v. . i;; ;-i-KL. :v- j'i'i I i'w RUPPKL. ' " ; ;-,'!;M.YS A1-L.AV. . ,-ir'i'1l ir 'It''1'' firc ' ' '"' . 1,10 tr-o ret. Oj.;-isi:e tie sell ELL. A: rj.::Nt.V-AT -UW, t r . -'. n Az-t, S'tccr-v!, fa. " AIlMiiNtY-Af LAW - ,, r. it Ki t. S rirs :t, i ";-n. . c ue jjiid t'j Lis cur. wi'-; '- u -- . o K1MMEL. ait1 kn ly-at law, S..ar.T3Jt, Hi. .'(.n'i :..t't:ii't itl tI.-i cere 'r. .i emmies with ruc pe-.- t. ii.ii 'H .M.-ou Ctuss rtrcet. L C. COLB...

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 March 1881

it r. H t. 4 The Somerset Herald. EDWAIU 8CCLL, Eiitor nd Proprietor. VTEDXESDAT ....TiUrcli IS, JS1. resi- appoint- Mn. Walter Ih.uxE, now a dent of St. Paul. h.- been ed private secretary tn his father. Secretary of Slate. SnrnrTAHY l.i.viv.i.x did not ar rive at Washington until Thursday last ; on Friday l.c entered ujon his duties as Secretary ofWar. I r is estimated by thc oilicials at Washington that the surplus reve nue for the remaining four months of this fiscal year will amount to $ 43, m.iMX All the surplus money in the 1". S. Treasury is to lo used to buy Government bonds, thus saving in terest, and keeping the money in circulation. The London World predicts that Ccncral Garfield will he an im mensely lvopular President, Em-rots will rise. Two members of the new Cabi net .Messrs. Rluincj and Jame-s were editors when thev j last occupied the position of private! citizens. TUB CZAtt OF JU'SSI V ASSAS- k5xati:i bv tax: nihilists. Welcome Home. Tin: Democrats cf thc- Senate:...

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 March 1881

U! I1C Somerset Herald. ;i:o. i;. ?CVl.U Kditir. Tbe sleighing is said to be pls:idid in some sections of the count v. Owing to the inclement weather Sunday, our churches were but slimly attended Mr. F. W. Beocckcr, our genial young frit lid rroni Jemner, M u a visit on Thurs- Farmers are now waiting for mild wcath ; cr, tlint they ran commence their spring ! work. I One day or last week Jude Hall, of lled ford, purchased from Hon. John Cessna, the two Chorpenning lots immediately eaet of liner's Block, fronting Main street on the south and Union tired on the nortiu The price paid was sixteen hundred dollar We hope to ate handsome buildings pla& i up on both lots during the coming siiuiin.T MiiiForo, llun-h li), l.st. S ncot Itiruht .FoHoiii(i the repcr nwrnit IIuralu : There is nothing eier of tiie Iliimliert school, Milford clistiii t : .Moving day conn- near the end of the week tlux year, the first of April falling on ; r n Jav. .ilet Poa-tI'VJ' March W K. US1. Pencils at Oav...

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. — 16 March 1881

A DCKWOOi3 l-:LOIE.nT. in FVe.vx nA.nn.nY. "There ain't notliinj; acre but the woods, an' the river, and n few shiftless neiprhhor;', but if you can stand it, we would like to have you stav," remarked Mrs. Savage, when Marianne and I proposed spending a month or f; at her hospitable mansion. A winter's trip into the pine woods had inspired us with a desire t ' i-:t it wlira it wan -rrocn, instead ol'hite, and as Marianne it so:n- vl.nt of fan invalid this Fprinsj, and i.!;.M'fti in i.int- lirci -zi-x. wo started. l.i-i il.iv of Anril. tWihc same 1 1M Ma fos belli nd us: we isV-ip; iVn?!i breezes, arbutus bios eoais, ar.d May parlies, which are still in o7ue in this part of the country. Not the forlorn, paper weathered, baredieadod, shivering affairs which are plentiful in the fuberbs of the larger New England citits. on 'the first of the ilowerr nioiUii. but merry tramps after ar butus Uowers, the parties composed of young, men arid maidens, as well as children. Dinner is Uruullv sp...

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. — 23 March 1881

ns 01 - " Somerset Herald, ,., Vt.WKlJ uirufng at ti H'u iavn; other. Im. WiO . .ill 1 iiK-out'uocd Willi ; -crr,.? Ir-ni .'lie r.u.. .... -p,. S !i:orsot Herald, S.niifix-t, I'a. -..'s;:n. !oiner-?t. Fa. Somerset, Fa. ,-v!i!.i:y. ' Arrt'HXEV-AT LAW, Sumcract, Fa. i; sci i.L, " Al Ti-K n ev at la w, S Mnertct, r. :'-a'tdVuxey.at.i-aw . A .lutriwi, Ponn a. ..Tr.,iiM:V-AT-I.AW, S.-raarsct, 1. ... rn-tel to M ear" will 1 at ' miJ li.lclllv. , v. a. in I'i'ix. Til .v RITPEL, ili ij:XLYS-AT-LAW. ,.,r,ii-l l"lr care will be i .! ;-,t:vi:cn.ie.i l. -V F SC1IKLL. " Air.jKXtY-AT-L.AW, i Axent, S aicrct, Fa. !" 11 A 1 . ...... 1 , i X Air.'UXKY AT LAW . i: .,1 E--! it?. S .!H"r:t. Pa., will ! -id oii'ii-ted t'i hi? cir W...1: -,, KIM MIX. ATT' II NtY-Af LAW, S.-m-rst, I'i. -..nil i.uinoM entrusted to bi rare ; ..i.we entitle with r.-ui- -t .U.- -n Mlu Cro.-s street. !.N. L. C. COLBOKX. -x.vroLl.oux. ' ATIMKXEYS AT LAW. .Mra'ted t) their ore will t ii.--r Hi-vk. 1 'stlrs. nil.. AlIiUlMViTLav, ...

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. — 23 March 1881

1 . at .HI 1 .! r If? -S 1-4 mil ir 1 i Li! if i' t Hi I si? The Somerset Herald EDWARD SCULL, Editor and Proprietor. WEDNESDAY. ...Mrtb SS.lSSl. The stock of the 15. it O. Hail road which is at par at $ltrver?h:-re. has pone up to Si'tt. I'onTKArTS of Cenerals Me He and Hancock liave been puiuted and placed in the State Library at Ilar risburg. . If barbed-w ire fences arc intr duceil into jlitic5, as they are ! ing introduced into agricultural regions, David Davis will Lave to carry a cushion in Lis trousers. Let the civil-scrrice reformers talk eut loud at Washington now or forever hold t'.ieir peace. Twelve thousand office-seekers are trying to Lave 1 2100 officc-hoLlcrs turned out. It is now deemed exl.cmcly probable at Washington that an extra session of Congress will be held, ami tlifit it v, ill be convened between the first and fifteenth days of Mav. David Davis has an entire mo nopoly of the fence now. Mahone was too slidrl in the legs to straddle it When the special sessi...

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. — 23 March 1881

UL The Somerset Ilcrald.i ...March Wu.,lM Sunday was the first duy of spring. ' , ; i ?'-nicret cotiiitv fa tn iinvn n,.u ;i - .- I roa-.l. Tho vjiiiiimtial Monti -.vx cm Um, niro, Moinfay. Tliei-.,lsuru;:-.!in.'Ttulji-likp unt.t tb.n : i-it wliiili is )xtl mlixs. : The x uvtks of bad vrontlier, jiretlictcd , !y the ground h .jj, re about up. 'Hie foniininc brai'i is now occupied in : lni'diiali !, u on tlic new style of spring lialc. j The Snncr; & Cumbria r-Msengrr cars are iK-iiif finished in the R. A O. shops, at Connelinville. . . at Tinvil's. sw Toilet 'i' . t , at r.oyds. Tll.V.H' ... 11. .V.' nil." IKS l-rsiiv ... A"' v,.;;n Try pyJ. 114:1 ' 1(, v.ye C.iasst at ('. j Who i (he Soniorxet girl that sent her photograph to Forcpnnli to cor.tt for the lflrt,X"0 prize? J The number of candidates that turn up at i every sale tli.it :s held in the eonntv now-a- i days is r.ij .rising. James Allison, the allied pan icida, Is be ing tried in Indianacounty this week. Xliey have nev...

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. — 23 March 1881

THE STOSY OF AS OCEAN VOYAfiK I was homeward-bound from cue of mv various exenrsious across the ocean, bj which 1 had for many years beguiled the tedium of my monotonous bachelor existence, and having settled my belongings m my stateroom, I turned out to take a eurvev of my fellow-passengers. It was autumn and the last of the summer tourists were returning, and both saloons and decks wore crowd ed with animated groups. Every one seemed cheerful and gay, and already several embryo flirtations could be detected among the young people, ot whom the passengers were largely composed. Deing an outsider myself, traveling alone, and having left" such tender pursuits far back in the vagueness of the pa.-t, I amused myself with merely watch ing and listening, and it is perhaps not surprising that I soon iound myself wearied. It was for the most part such senseless chatter, such arrant frivolity that I heard,, such conscious posing and airy fluttering that I saw. Of course af ter a while I f un...

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. — 30 March 1881

FBa MM.UI hahmb ; if i ji inVliration. MUX AXI AVOMF.N. 4 Somerset Herald, V, t!AT 0ri!A'iK WILL l) t IS CUE 0? Tic mi via m mtt. , w.t-0ly i..ming at - 0 Vh ) .i .1 In advance oO-erwlaa 2 to iit71 " ,., diMunlloned until ail v - ,J ,p, I- ft tmwf out :.ptpi-r'llne ''"";.,' ive .-tta. nam. of th. furm-H- . ..SB . .J.ln.ea The Sonic rstt Herald, Somerset. Fa. K;SEV-AT.l.AW. Somerset, Pa. "ATfOKJ ATTORNEY-AT LAW, vMi-I.KY. ' ATTl'KNEV-AT-LAW, S-.nncr.-ct, Pa. - T"""T 1 ATr.!:NtY AT LAW jsvuei-ut, I'euti a-. ) F. I. ATTEKSOX, vnoi:M-V-AT-i.Av, Sjmerset, 1'.. ... iir,:n.-teJ to M .r will ! ,.-c.-,.t-ef8..l-..-.H.. wt. 1. i-J- w. n. sa i-i-ki.. , ' Ai'TOUNEY-S AT-LAV.-. n.n. l In tbMr cire wtU I 'I! 1 'ill V - rr;ivr- frnr.ix, I1 ArruKXLY-AT-LAW, , c..., w,t Pn-''.n Aseut, S..tBwet, Pa. 'UESTIN'K HAY. AlTOKNtY-AT-LAVT : t In K -il f: S iiotr, ,t. I' i. , HI 0. KIMMEL, ATTUliMV-AT-LAW, . ..n.t Ia. with tin. mlt!. 0 wittf. VJtc "0 Maui Urof. etivet. . 1! Tu ' L.C. COLKOIiN. sir.. rn-ra'tM ...

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. — 30 March 1881

The Somerset Herald. - The President has concluded to i .1 v.i-1 ; ouo.e u cuaiic in ure i Custom House, which is EDWJLRD SCCLL. Editor und Tropnctor. ! t )f .tontion - Hon. E. A. Mcrritt who was r.p- !i aS' ' .'uintcd Collector in 1S7S by Prcsi- j -I .Tr,r. Tlll'ft f.ip Pbemdext Ciafikm's declaration j Funeral' of I he Cxar. New York of principles in regard to office-hold-1 ...... , , . , , . , i it Jtv. iu;i:, March 1:1 3 always a ing lias the right ring "bout it. llo tUpu,r.s .j,,, lr.-nn.lis TIII3 WORLD'S P.llIU 1. (fcorre is from St. mr.ounces fcr the iilii;h'oiirncrt ) pctcrinir"- nvrmlin" the funeral and adininition of rT-inuits that iv ;of the Cz.ir: ''1 have jest I con a removals are to he made except for (;K.VNr:RAL ouant m-:ifNs -rrijc ri:i-:s- IPl.NOY. . ' ftcliur At the Iiowton Dinner, i- Yorktown Centennial. ' i,.- r tl. ... .,..,....;(". ppCe.1 .UH Ui Ol-IU Ul IliU ,UO:-lt WI.OIlJl- f "2 i dent Hayes, for the alleged purpose j cause. That is civil service reiorni I , ...

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. — 30 March 1881

u . The Somerset Herald. " " 'HI III IJTI HI Hl Mil mi IIUI1TO Va'iil spring never coine, eiiUe Vcntior?, A Baltimore niii is under arrest charged ! It is a matter of I'jme moment to tho bits- J RKPoar. Of Ncv Cenireriila School for reccitc.l ten ousand J iltiirs yearly from the statei , -.- . -i 1 r-e kt', i Ti" n,l,a!a:ii crotmJ hog is a &?Jfc i-H" focmJ 08 that of Vcniwr in this cuniuittnilv. X&lirvf iv Kiwhhstaiu1iiV:bc sis weeks are up, -'lcfe" ,!, !;V ';r'"1 't "ill in hi, hole. Thp trout fishing scu on opens on Friday- Maturating ins Wife's clothing wall ; mess men ami lev-payers or tue county, j me romitn n-j term en.i:a : r.-trvit js-n. w btu lay ailivji u:l iiu' l'.)iiiif;r ; iti.iA lilt' jaw-j rt-u. riii,; -vi.- and .,vw. i w. j. ,. j nnd thti setting ll;r on fire. The fiatmw ' things t- hi adrerlsed by .ir public mil-, A vera;?: ttttendane.-i. tiJ. ' were extinguished lieforc tin: woman was .. ciais in one or in re iipwsjia;ierif the cwn- J ' Perecnttce, bT. fata...

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