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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 7 May 1873

Continued from first page. . voreetnout, and to put Lor way ? He t-aith unto them, Mows, becuuse of the lisplii.'.s of your hearts, suffered w.u 10 nut away your wives; but fiim the uerinuiiig it wsh not bo. And tar unto you, whosoever felial. jiut away his wife, except it lie for fornication, and hall marry another, commiticlh adultery ; and whoso marrieth her which is put away, doth commit adultery." llerc, then, is the conclusion : You may ierniit husband and wife to live separately, as under our divorce, a menne et thoro, they now may do. J, for any pood reason, it is impossible to live harmoniously together, but they shall continue to be one erson, and the relation still existing, they are bound to fidelity to the marriage bond. Hut the boad itself, which is a part of their nature, you thai not destroy, nor permit it to be destroyed, so that the parties become disunited, wilh all the powers and immunities of anti-nuptual contract again attaching, including the reciprocal right ...

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. — 14 May 1873

s cf Publication. iVrxr Hsrald a !..--ted. o--i unid ail . k--Ti !:-" i" D Ukc its'- ti-.dr l-aMe for tU- uis.T-.;-.i . i frnn oil PiolU'" to un tie un ot liie " ru.-e. Addrwa j-nerset Printing Company, JOHN L SCVLU ll-i.'.ie-j-a Manager. flirt, ; HTHf.K. Alt' rrt-vf nt I-aw. ! ll r1:':-1 I'II-ID?" H Itrhal'.'P -'m -r. Knii-r s!--r. I wl".5 evtilii-.oe t t-raif i- ,.n ;, r J-n a I -rri-.f . .-a-v-l ! nria.:jJit . ..1.1 rLae. t" w d-" ei.n i U 'T. (.. TI. ii !.!! r EH jrf"Knl , . ,.t i.r. and i-ia-T -aft e! Or H.r Jnn. a. Ti. -MZ. UHtEVEV AT . ;U tri, T'-;ii-t aoen , . . i i-l;. e in ii. J.ui H. r in :ill'i ATI'-KM YS AT C. f ia rft :-nee ' ,M.V T .V.V. s M- i:m:v at lw -.wr-t. 1' . l i l.i-.in- w;;l suit. 1- AlTiiKVEVS AT I a .11 ini-ti f In S-.n- j . A .i r.u-iiV!-! n- n i i-: i i A.l 1- ;KT A I' LlW. i.l. Atr- ATI.AV.-. S-in"V--t. .1... li-::. A f ViV Al LVW. : ' I- HI 11111 t .C I'U'i- li .tr. in t:.e . n t:' ki-ep ! ,i. :t -i: H'li. : . A ', M II.I.Kil. a!';.Ttw.-lve t .a S!iank...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 14 May 1873

m m 1 ia "i sf 1 1 m a v uewmc aaa: The Somerset Herald. j i WCDITtSPAY, renliou at lfiiriiilo in 1N artiii Van l'urc'i was nuiiiinatcil. Tin- m-xt c;ir was IVII. WAR !' LOriftlAlf. I.nlt I'rom the lufrrteil IHstrlrt. It is said that the authorities at YTasliinsrton hare ordiTe.l Twtnt' millions of the 'lie new postal cards as a beginning, and that additional order are crowding in dailv. Aspt Jcnxsox proposes to airain twins around the political circle as a candidate for Governor of Tennessee. Olii.j y a union of IVniorrat with , M yjie tin I'reo-cnil unit v. and M'!ai -iteu h-1 naliv from the fon.u-r v. hen Pierce was nominated. He was chosen G ivernor of Ohio in ISO.'', re-elected inls'7. and returned to the United ! States Senate in 1 SGI. He received 1 fort v-nine votes as candidate for the I Presidency at Chicnjro in 18C0; was ! a nicinhcr of the Washington Peace P.iiifuri.nv in nml tliro rr.mn. He is just now testing the mind of the i s0(1 that t,,c nonh 'p10Uj ,,av for thc an...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 14 May 1873

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Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 14 May 1873

Xne Somerset Herald. SHIT TP-ICl-' ' IV. If. Tjee Tata Cir5 frfS-satr-. S- cracik rrirKttsral W4iBr y Ah Il.l-a X l-i-. VX- -bttl lb CUtta-a- Sea.-. Tl i r-lar t"'- (.' tt i- T A3 .Tli ifiU. IVritraapnt. thS Tlxd! Ttor art i-o'r! 'TtiLt J-X J.! a?.-- al -, ai,. Vr. 7. V. II.. Hat n - yai-.a ar-TirTT- f-v.yr to Maiy fatt!jkK. la aol cast- J t I -ril Clutmlxt-K ir Inr jicrf-i-t : ! ;Trk jmpes ?" piTjaTi ra-j tear-tr. ript-t-- is re-usdy ut r-' - EstaWishc Tlie Ueall Foun and d in iai5. V i.. Ti a li: -K.rt cat TetIv STirX is --sv.dneir id ut 1 ii- rtn trt tsi arraa .. or m uje c way nr. nut a- ? axtjocajs tsf t 32 a;-r iv x-r Irt-v as. 5-rrr rderi-,. .kir . axd rsr.;- !r- Mura jaa re-.v.Tt- - uia- aii art Ik"- -j sk -. it , ai F-k Kia-ar So. .Viai'ii ix-: Mjd ictvcrV icr fits rrtr : . t. t.f. and t rr . .." i ar xn-i J - n rtr vo ri - lie - t- L. tuon acl."' Ajc2 j -""V il'. w jiiaj It Mar? ! Xfr, xti IrV! !. Lei-r W-a 3Jr. J"jS SjxltaiT ft Ivnf ; f-rii. Ik lit ii.t3 j4aii sirtB irora...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 14 May 1873

' Tsaaj Bar Tkat Ktark U rrala( When I was a loy, pays a tli.-tiu-uithcd man, uiy firet baviuirs f ton rent piece, earned by Saturday after noon work for Fc'liool kept balf a day on Saturday then were expend ed in buying a bcifer-calf. Tbeu I worked on and paid my father a cer tain 6uui f acb month for the Vcepinjr. When the calf was one year old I traded it for two steer-calves, and now 1 bad to put in good and strong to Tav for tbeir keepinc1: but I occu pied all my upare time teaching these calves to work in the yoke, and at one year old they would gee and Jiaw as well as old oxen, and my father paid me. for their use in leading the team in breaking in bis two and three year olds. Again, I hail a peace of ground each year, after I was fourteen, that I could plant and work on shares, and if I wanted to work, why I had to give two days of my time to the liirnrt mnn'u nni lr I rrrtw inst what my fancy and reading dictated, and from the proceeds I dressed as well as any of the boys o...

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. — 21 May 1873

UL fen-- of lublication. Xh3 Somerset Herald WeinuMay Morning at - 00 ; .1 in advance: otherwise i charged. , l'1 - ... . 11 l ....til all AT- i .1,1 nr uip.Tuiiiim ' ... i" I" . ltlnvlfl J op. 1 'oS.niasicra ut-Ri i ,' .U'.;ritrt do not 0,11 ,hclr ,. s. ii-u :i,blc fur t1"' "'i'""0- i vim from one Post-aW to an- . .;vs ui me i lie omer set ji sii !'r Sort erset Printing Company, JOHN I. SCULL, I!uinc Manager. ran h. oaithe. WTHEK. Attorneys i U , n All prtciM..nal Ihi-micss , l ifticc in "Mammoth Mock." ;l. .Marshall's drUK store. ESTABLISHED, 18 3 7. VOL. XXL SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 21. 1S73. NO. 49. Hardicare. HARDWARE. UitetUaneoxu. a. i. LirEMtoon. 1. M. OI.lSoER. v l LEU htis permanently located K V-,'"' practice ' prolcflon. -j'lri'S krlssin-er's store. vimMEL will continue practice 1! , , .!. lil i.rol--i.l wi ; ,1 ..merset and surrounding uld place, 11 lew oo-ii T-.fi m.T. S. '71. r !l vkUi ira lifl his pr..f.-slonal i Vi-i'-n-n" of Somerset and victn "'. ,, 'e ..ued....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 21 May 1873

!9 The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, May 21, 18T3. The Pennsylvania, the pioneer ship of the American Steamship Company of Philadelphia,- has completed bcr trial voyage to the entire satisfaction of all concerned. In the course of her voyage she ran 303 miles in 2G hours. On her return hc made the last 102" miles in six hours, being at the rate of 17 miles an hour. All Philadel phia is satisfied and happy over the event. Tije new militia law as passed by the Legislature has received the sig nature of (Jov. Hamtranet. The militia force of the State will hereaf ter consist of two hundred compa nies of fifty men each, and each com pany will be entitled to four hundred dollars per annum from the State Trcausury. The militia tax of fifty cents which has heretofore been im posed on all persons liable to military duty has been repealed. President Grant has announced that he will not appoint a successor to Chief Justice Chase until after the meeting of Congress, assigning as his reasons that ...

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. — 21 May 1873

rne Somerset Herali Cj?.-oiai Tratr -t k5J reaitrsof aosini.: 5. ar ;t ie4- ao. ;C c.cueoc arare aad mtrciaa : fcrriru-cr i3j;leea, ae'J tbeir T1--! X! v -. hjt r haTitx ti-t taat frc lie twe-ocf- aa- s. oj. ' " - -1 " e ua s raci w-e ntT be obu- . ' ,.T tT t-n - - ' J . T-. i V 3l' ' d Couacil ' ' Geo W. LF.aD. Burresa. : "oere5 WTrc-rb. Sw. . . '! Xfcii irr 'SV'arr. -,; A Bwficr. v Iir :v. M. Twr, TV.: Ht-:rr Lo'tr. ''iv'-I'i.'1'8 K'..e . - .-." I. i' tr. - ' "- K Vjv? ' A Wa-ur. ,,r.., krw! H Ia" "'. H C rib ld. ' . ., , ::Wir. Xa-rt-r. " i X er -".V".V oVVr. - y U-zz re OvtKie.. a So"...! a: ..i lk" -Si-- --T'.'. t .uS..ijrc 5v" tbe t . tbe eiscu.'. t :n cntlrattbe . - 'i.c txr-i It -r . ; ..I! rarirtrfs, a: W W. .- a :. .:: t : ban , st r. Ec-ri r 4 r' I"..t bare tje "ur3r. ' ti-ti't- a3 Eefrl will " itt rt f.e and pta:ries. 1- r : r-tt and b: f .1 r ki.'t :ri rardea po i: abae 1 FT EV Late tue nil. i tl f pr: ' Jr o r " .j t . :.r-i .f h ta5e Uj b :y a tw it- r- at: a-ly pu uv...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 21 May 1873

Vmtmf Cvlture. Experience, observation and read ing has taught the writer that one mode of practice in pro wing any par ticular farm crop may bo pursued as the best bv one farmer, in one section, ou any peculiar eoil, variety or pecu liarity of seed, anotner larmcr un different soil, section, etc., may with eoual nroprietv pursue quite a differ ent course and be equally successful ; so that in advocating any peculiar course, puch advice phould be modi fied and adapted to circumstances etc., There are certain principlesor Ia" governing under all circumstances soils and conditions; these, unless -ve can improve upon, we must follow to the letter if we would obtain re sults. While we may not be positive as to any particular course as appli cable under all or similar circumstan ces, we yet can bo positive of our experience and observation, and in pivinp that to the public throusrh the affricultural press we are contribu ting to the advance on the prcat cause of Soil Culture. The editor ...

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. — 28 May 1873

- ,.-r of Publication.- ' rru Lke. YrA, LaurLtiaesn u-wt-; r;i!inrji, e-nK-natAs frvn a bora? of jtrid. flcntlf nkaev ai my-j rom- frotn a bom i'K-b iirt are u;Jvat4 Hw 1 ii.-gjtin? i; is t a pr.a ( zoi ' t tobbj L'J.trS ;-, wL: i raia fol-i lie beM ia ta5le-T!po. icSatH with pride. Priie 1 a Er-at -'Vtacie ia tie war of tiat e-ar aad i rra?- of Eiaaser tint wla a5rru-:.a j -We eaaax all Le treat, tut we can be gn'Jenwa and wo23, aaJ J tbe rtrf raaaot fje more. To carry jourelres with a rentle bearing. t l . barn'rlr miadcd, in-k ia Si-irltaisJ ia itonrae, but akk in tlonLs aaJ ' ; r-air ia aruoa ; Vi be trntLfal, sic 1 ?, jnt nl r5eT9as ; to be pitiful mi .-- Tf--! t j K iriLr ft". ; ix. a'-wli.-: I'li-tr"'!!." 1 ( "' " " ' t, w cnxiz ur& ari b!1 - ".-t:;t ii- tB ! . 1, , f-.a uot P.'- " - - " ,-, n. -a uik " c.,.-5ft Printing Company. aset eralc e oniei r4 4 5 n - J..H5 r SiTU. liBIW Kbebtw. ESTA BLTSIIKD, 1 R27. VOI. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, MAY 28. 1S73. NO. 50. . .arc...

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. — 28 May 1873

r j! ; 0 r t 1 ! i it 4-4 . I- ! ! fl i- K . iv M V t a 0 JS 4 1 'I ! t i r 11 if The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, Mayas,!;:.! We arc indebted to Gov. Hakt kanft, for a copy of the general laws passed by tbe Legislature of the State of Pennsylvania during tbe ses sion of 1873. At the Ohio Republican State Con vention last week Governor Xoyeb was re-nominated, and AWHoao IIabt placed on the ticket with him for Lieutenant Governor. The President has evidently deter mined that the anarchy in Louisiana must cease, and the legally constitut ed authorities be recognized and obey ed, or he will interpose the authority of General Government The proc lamation we publish in this issue is the ordinary forerunner of a procla malion of martial law, where the civ il authorities are jvowcrless to pre serve peace. Oub Constitutional Convention that roared so loudly in the index, of reformatory measures, has just voted its members a salary of $2500 each. If we remember aright, the act call ing it int...

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. — 28 May 1873

UL fx Si IS I -'I aw 3 53 I ar jhe Somereet Hed Ma as. irs. -MV. ukO" Ov-rnmcrrhd Travelers, bank ,r ,3j venders of natr;iis,med f P"' !'., or rmtent medicine, and or d-'iix site ware au-1 mTiian- t.r?-- agricultural laipicnicnis. eu.. t'l ll;-ir mrw within '( bruits, without first bavin' V "jkvi. frnn tW borough au m Via, unl-r penalty f ' T - i. n nor more than twenty d. Jbri "vd - hat su h been tnr ' '4 Uin .i.,. luiwnt of IKK b than two '' ljia a.'jirs. to dotcnuia- j; rc-ss and (.'.unci!. "J" " ULX. W. lErVtU. Barjct. -.rarT. ... LK. tiKr burouch, Cliair- ; i. ..!.. IonKr4.H boroug :.Vr hilsdJ Bird. ri Alexander Wrnx. Jj.-;;nGrof. !i. Sec- A - A : i Lihn Su.l'T. .-l,J-ph J. ML-hler. W. A Bonier. r '.';;.. S -el M. Yuttv. ';.--..l Henry I-Iir. " .. : rijkiu in K line. . z J-ijhK. Bilner. t." .-j-.rk- vf .t Ak-nd rNi bl. y . r-.t Philip K. Me. V Lir'.r A. Walier. Samuel H. lu.l. r.-srf II. Cri:ih5M. .r.re ; .;. ".1.;,'-Ls llxlinia. ; L - Wni. Mian r. JIj.-. X. P-yer. " -tin V. "r...

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. — 28 May 1873

If 9, " i f rt 'ii.i i ! V, i S h 1 i h f f , ! J 3 4 . . ft rf -I lt a I H M H il m J! M - . 6T or i. la i rJ III Hi i' if Hi Hi iiii rt- i li Drlvlac Fein full. On one occasion the writer desir ed to erect a board-fence aronnd a field which was free from stones, and he proceeded on the following plan : The line of the fence was laid out perfectly straight and 6mall . stakes were driven into the groand sixteen feet; apart A sharp -wedge-shape pointed crow-bar was procured, with which holes were punched in the ground where each stake was placed. By working the bar back and forth in the ground, the hole was made large enough to fit the poet closely, and two feet and a half deeD. The post was pointed very evenly on each side so that it would drive straight The top was beveled so that it would not split in driving. A triangular etool, with three legs three feet long, and a heavy boetlo completed the outfit The beetle was made out of a piece of soft maple, fifteen inches long, cut from ...

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. — 4 June 1873

s of Publication Ih3 S:2rset Herald , TireJoir M-rnin at i "";.;, he ehArsed. . . - ' . ... -:! he Mv:tioue4 actii au N jj t-. Poma!crs BC-;t.E to --'".1 ,iicTilf do not take oat their - .. jy liable for u nmi" "l" aKm: rrutn om Purtmc to aa- .s lb. name of the r-rmerai Somerset Printing Company. JHX I. SCVLL, laice MnxT. finite Cum, TH!S - . T II t tl 20 omeiiot ESTABLISHED,-,18 2 7. T i ILO . : ; is ?- VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, TA., WEDNESDAY, JUNE .4. 1S73. ; Hardware. ilUeellaneouA. 1 1 firiastiriit AttOPBPTt at LlW. rU,i Office 10 - Mnnw n . i. jl MarfhaU . uruc ewre. tr vlLLER" permanently ,.ated ! L me practl- of hU prleMu. HARDWARE. ! a. P. urmwiev. KlMMEL w in eonllnne to practlca .Ddtendeaahie mf,- ewl errt ,m A JnyXr-rt and rurr..oiJn- !r,V:-. 1' W John F. BlTmyer Hut re-ojtn4 Lis Kurt j. . oennsu. LIVENGOQD&OLINGER, BjVXKEES, Main Street, opposite the Pof office, Iale Cltr Pa. W ItnfU MitiMe EutasJ West. DrafU ! and i'keckn aa otbr bauka matwd. Special atten j Hue I1 to co...

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. — 4 June 1873

SSgS feSESKOUBSa The Somerset Herald. fTEPKESDAV, The Johnstown papers of last week announce that Charles S.Wood, President of the Cambria Iron Com- pativ, died in Philadelphia on Toes Jar,, the 27th inst. He was about seventv-three years of age. ' - -s Governor II abtranft has appoint- rd Edward Campbell, Esq., of Fay ette county, President Judge of the district ' composed of Fayette and Greene counties, to fill the vacancy occasioned by the death of Judge Gillmoro. Judge Campbell was a brave noldier of the late war. Again the city of Boston Las suf fered from a devastating fire, by which many of the finest buildings spared by the former conflagration have been destroyed. The losses are estimated a very large, but we hope that when a more accurate account of them can be obtained that, they will fall mate rially below the figures now given. . The only Democratic paper in the State of Rhode Island "went dead'' on Wednesday the 21st ult How completely the Democratic party is played ou...

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. — 4 June 1873

fflftSomgrset Herald .a KHt ae-tilaaare,. .i Oasst-tr-rial Trawler, bavh ... u at Tw."..-r.l nieljC.ie-v and ,f , carl xr arc 13jJuTi iii.il - k ' 'Zft rrrcUurl irupl-ai-iotj. "' .:Aa.r4 to art! their war- v'r.Sio " "...i,.-h rats, wUlturt r-d hating -rda" li'-' 11 bors.rli u i Ai rinrk-r of ut fJ :W Met lirmar wxy W o:n .1 . r w A t .inrr1 alitor. A "-E '.lUK'- AV A H;raer f -.-.i.-Uutn ". rh.riv n K:.li-. YnJ..iv..i-Pb-M'. K. M-. v .jlirWA. WaJirr. x,'a CiCtl" Sarno-J H. Ici!. n jhn.Ti'i Jeft 1L CrivtLStU.' ' ' ; c'r.c '. MaaTvr. '.."rr-O. W. Borer. ..jvXlar.ia V. rlt-r. a&.at'I favder. ,TV.T!Dt 3flj 11. lVj-lev. wrr?v..i.5anL6 Muact. Jr. v ,-.-!. ac J I'li BenJcr. .!.';II.:.(oM.-Ucf lKieciai.er. .".rr. Turli'.Tl-X Wm. t a.ld'a-eK. . :.l.c JfLai-l Lciz. Tti i-;:riv. Jce Ktk. 1-T3. j.z rc0-ii. aJ;!rl at rii it t- b';i c3 May 4Mi. i".t. are - 7 uit o:eJ oniy at :ht thx K-p!;biKaJ of wh eje iM-ir neatx-r ol tije :ttc ana the two additional 1 tr. b:.ji tbe Prinu.rv Eirnta. "v- 7av...

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. — 4 June 1873

' 1: V " 1 r Mi ; it , ;. ii-i : v ' - -! k i '! ! :i 'lit II a a I ; i i i I J if : '.4 'A i-. ft , t a- i -I i J. ft Y - a i i f : U J ,u: arta-wbrel ' This t ibe f.rmcr'8 luBC' nd unless Ibis efforts be rierted toward augmenting nd prescrrinj from needless wtsta tbe manure from tbe rfnimals wider his charge, it is vain for Lira to expect to keep up the fer : tility of his?80il. Bone dust, super phosphates, .ine, plaster, Ac., are all very good. Lot they can never be wholly substituted for home-made manure. The proper management, then, of Larn-ysrd manure is a very important question to every . intelli gent agriculturist llorse dung is very, heating in its nature,- .: partly because or the large amount of nitrogenous matter which it contains. In twenty-four hours horse dung Lcgins to ferment, r course to .suffer loss by decomposition. . In tbe worse of few weeks, if left on heaps, it loses nearly three-fourths of its origi nal weight and value. The. warmth of horse dung fits it ad...

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. — 11 June 1873

f k. i- TD.-.l-.'li'.-j'a T1iT. I nriiDr dpt. I i Ths S:acrset Herald i every Wedcetia) -'" r ...-'v., chanre-1. w:u t Uiojci:iiHi j - - Id np. F...tn;aTe trerle-iiri to : roVk-rihen Jo ! takeout their lia'de for the rebWdatioti. '!ll"-t remeviD. MwP""" sit.J ,;,e of th. oatue if t '"rtl''""' AdJre-a Somerset Printing Company. Jt'ilX I. SCI LL, Uulu M Manager. Hie 8 o ner set Heralc EKTAHLISIIED, 182 7, VOL. XXI. SOMKIISKT, WEDXKSDAY, .irXK II. lS7b. Hardtrarr. ra.'. 1. B UitEEK. k OAITltrK. ATT.miiii--. tvna'a. AU miw'i'Ol :u.'1"" '.',:lto. trrh.w in-Mamniotn lt...a. ... v H. Marshall drus store. HARDWARE. ilitoll'titcou. S. D. UWGuv: J. x. ourorr gOL niL, (Br reqiie?. I.EOPATB. pi- W. W. S:..cv. , .re-" ;t - - - - " K MIIJ-EK has permanently .-a!e.l t ' Tthe pral"e 11V"" - ' jj.'r:e 't:rl krtiMniter f ore. J---' u 'kimvLL. wlUe.mtlnuetot.ra-t.ee IP 1 -, .ad tender, tu Vr.iel.l I ' ' : . t.i vrceret il arnnulr -. :v: '. .i - t.i.re. tew -t K ATIK S IX. ; ws a p,Kr bov wav up, Le 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. — 11 June 1873

TKe SMerselrHefalcl.1;fl WEDNESDAY, .-. June II. late Hon. John A. jsingham, late .m. C from Ohio, Las been appointed by the President, Minister plcnip.rtcntia tv to J apan. Goveknok Straw, of Connecticut, was inanguratcd on Thursday last. In his inaugural speech Le took occa sion to strongly endorse tin Local Option law. pftfl 1mshel: Illinois, .Minnesota, iseonin r.iiil l.wa nv-pectivcly ranged next t C;ilir..i i-nging from 22,liM.(M)ii to 2I.T"'."0t' els. The total i-rotlm li Northwestern Slates named ui it waiiixtox i.r-rrrR. I.ll.-ll- i the was bushels, a id increase tr 2G.230.000 bushels over the crop of 1S71 in the same States. Secreta ry Lnnrdon.of the Chamber of Com im-ree, is authority for the statement . . ..-iott. .-ii1,i 1... . - C tt-lmnt In itial 4,'', ' hipiii i.? .-i tint..... n-j 'hidiuir flour, had been receiv Milwaukee and Chicago and oilier Moke emigrants have arrived (point up to May 31st last, from the within the three last months, tnau during the entire year ...

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