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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 10 July 1872

- X I r a7 . Xf Hvrms of Publication. Ths Somerset Herald i ..aMWl.x-ry WcWIay M-n.i 1 l r anr.um. II li.l l" - -"" " i X. fU.Ti,.(i.H. .ill IK- dlll"- " " " I r.,u - fwhawthrra " k their f .i.'r w ill I held ha'' ,M; "'"Hl-. 1 Somerset Printing Company, ! Hie omen Bel era JLL V U0 i: s t AnusHED,' l s a 7. joiin i..s, t LL, VOL. XXI, Ihl'llM'S 5Ill:ltfCT. SOMEKSET, PA., WEDNESDAY. JULY 10. 1872. of command anl Mows of axe. Th people were thinking of the hundred., of barrels of petroleum below and its j jKissiblc escape on shore and commu j ideation to other !-hips, perhaps other j with petrol"'""!, and in imagination j conceited tin' whole siirfucc of the j basin covered with Mazing oil. Pres Lcntly the burning vessel liegnn to I settle". She Lad been scuttled and i hT cargo was now under water, the deck lacing level with the surface. The danger from the cscajie of burn ing petroleum was still imminent, when a line of boat.-, lathed together stern and stern, wa.s seen pulling jaway...

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. — 10 July 1872

i-. v ' tl if i it The Somerset Herald. . v WKDNESUAY, Jrn io, i72. mtiomi KrM RiiriTirKrT FOB rilESIHENT, V LYASES S. GRANT, or Illinois. 1"R VKE I KEslM NT. HENRY W. WILSON, "FMAssArill SETTS. Kl 11 Kl.IC.tX KTATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, 1'. H ARTRANFT.of Montgomery tor bi preme Ji txiE, ri-YSSICS MEROUK, of Bradford. roil aimtor general, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren. ! fob congressmen AT LARGE. ;K. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana, LEMLEL TODD, of Cumltcrland. : MI.KiiATKS AT LARGE TO THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH, rhiladelphia. J. (JILLINGHAM FELT, Phila. . GEN. HARRYWHITE, Indiana. GEN. WM. LILLY, Carbon. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuvlkill. 11. N. M'ALLISTER. Center. WILLIAM DAVIS. Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS. Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wavne. 4JEO.Y. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. H. A I KEN. Lehigh. JOHN II. WALKER, Erie. eul XU XOMIXATIOVK. lolt m:i.egate to the convention, COL. JOHN R.EDIE. isul.i.rt .itlirt-ii.i.)f tbt Itlftrk-tOmferiiH-. FOR SENATE, I!. D. Yl...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 10 July 1872

e Somerset Herald. TV .- tl.x" .... l.iYti- and V-.- v.-. i . - lire J st..r. t uvrtv t;,V .-Tekel.ls A' I)jA I.""-- x ( a a. H-u--'-.: t ,.. . V .. .t-V U- tr 1 , HON K lot j , .... i. ..." : - Jii .- 1" 15 Wrtare informed tliat Ji:ih Ptel has eon. 1'ided to built a two ory brick, on - the site f his M dwellicc. u Jo-mh .1 iitn- r., '.:.. will jdbulld the o'd corner. Pa. Kimmfll hra n t his "ffice or ! age from the wrongful acts of strtineers Tnt slorious tta was a dull old day in I profe.ssiona'lv cnt-vrwl ran t found at the ; ha Tin; no riht or title to the demicd t r.icr.set. Nothing ungual transpired. rdsidence of "Joseph Stutfiii.m on South st. ' premises or any partthereof. The breach ... . alleged was that the tlefeiidant wrontrfullv. uiijustljr Mid nelipenttr permitt-d to be torn down a certain budding adjoining the ;- M fci4. r:" &., i have i:.i-.v '.hi- lanr- k .i is in tow u. 4i O njr-k'i.ui a- .'.n M.m to le.ar t'r.-ia. '( T. '''. Citrar. IV-. ' Pnig tre. i a! Put I...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 10 July 1872

A '4ailrt Ratter Dairy. NORTH. 13 feet. c o r. 1.! U-i-X. 13fwt. w - H e sr. e ANTE ROOM. SOITFI. In the April number of Practical ! To wire a more complete ventila-Fari.H-r ap,K ared the follow ing arti-j" fjr , ,al? ,u,lk r0,n' wood . le bv I'aschall Morris, descriptive of I 15 inch" nquare, runs up the butter dairy on the farm of ! Thorn- j1"" ,rlh it the cream can bin as M. Harvey, formerly Superintend ent of the KxMrimental Farm in Chester. We have since ol tained from Mr. Harvey a draft of the ground plan of bis building, lielieving that it might 1k of advantage to some of the readers of the Journal who are en gaged in the butt r business. This draft is given above, and the accom panying description makes the ar rangement very easily understood. Mr. Harvey informs us that after thorough trial be has yet found nooc casion for alterations or improvement Everything: has proved satisfactory, except the cement floor in the milk room, which was put down in two lay ers instead of one...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 17 July 1872

JUL 1 I fjVrms of Publication. ThsS Herald .?. irrariat-ij he duiiyed. V h--rTi.u(-c iB " "--" - f T. " wlL iml - M tbrtr .li r'" Mm' '' i"mrT" .,-11 a the l ,,ft"r- AJ'h'r'-' Somerset Printing Company, Ji '12N L SCtXL, Iiuir "Manager. Hie omer set i v v ' JUL. MMJLl vy LL O ESTABLISHED, 18 2 7. VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1S72. JJliainCx Vrrl, Hard farr. Ikt 11 tS KIMMIX wit! o.:iT.ut t. i-rar.- I v-1iiiH-. ani U-n-irr lit 1 -.-m-1 V.rr. tMW the ,i 1r. ..i ibtiiladeHocfte. f. .1 , Til 111 H VKI.VT2. ""''"-' HARDWARE. - i huapTKrt. 1 n J tle adiuituiut t-uii.lmj-. at : i'i irve r.rtn:i atttfi- ; tu lu ran- in s- iHTrt MCI). lini in w jii jy fc-tl. I I u- tit i: -ten .! S mrm-t and ki wen: t Oie Bar- jan. li. u. 1; v. tttttn ii n - - - llt-t H.4i"f- I.r I K MILLE1' haf ienuntiii!y l-.!,! I In f t the JTM1K 'l hi .rtf.i . ..t.;i:e .l-rl Kru-Mttrt' kjr. Tu-ti. 'Vx ijli't. Aii'JJiiiilT K. ('flrxth hhf A rroinr.1 jli "1 lw In Snmrt 1 irli. 2a. Tu. att'1;m:ys at (n't nc. ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 17 July 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, - JrtT 17, 1K72. KATIOXALKEPIBMCAX TICKET. FOE rHESIPEXT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, 1IEXUYW. WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Bl rl KLK AX KTATE TICKET. FOU OOVEKNOR, J. F. HAKTRANFT.of Montjroin.ry FOR SUPREME Jl'IKIE, ULYSSES MKRCUU, of Bradford. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of AVarrcu. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT LAIUiE, HEX. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana. LEMUEL TOIW. of Cunilicrlnnd. DEI.EOATEA AT LAIUIE Tl THE CONSTI TVTIoXAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. iILLINOHAM FELT, Phila. (JEN. HARRY WHITE, Indiana. GEN. WM. LILLY. Carbon. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuvlkill. II. N. M'ALLISTER, Center. WILLIAM DAYIS. Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIM MICK, Wavne. G EO. V. L A WR ENCE. Washington. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. II. AIKEN, Lehijrh. JOHN H. WALKER, Erie. COUNTY XOMIXATIOXN. FOR DELEGATE TO THE CONVENTION, COL. JOHN R.ED1E. (Sul.cvS t'ltlirilorUkmnl the District Conference. FOR SENATE, E. D. YUTZY, Lower Turke...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 17 July 1872

The Somerset Herald. July 17. liTi IYrk eider xinc:.-ar at I:ivis& Ilnis. I,.ng ami si,..rt l.rauls. clii-mms curl r.i.1 nn.l artiriciul. at Mn, J. . 1 rcdwc.l T.mi an.l .ir. cheap, .it ,T.- ,,1. lni Si. I' .' i liiulcs wi-!'' -1 1' Mr.-. will's. ih kn. ti:H. 1 ui ki ;-;.li.-i-h' K :it IaiA: Urns. j;. Tn.l n iJkst's summer ?:1 k. suinr In . at Mrs. J. . T red well s. C & ll,,l,l r!;iiim Ii.ivc now tlic !arj c-l and !- srl.it-d t Wnf pKiiit.wn. LuitT stock of furs ever hrou-lit to S.tm rn-l Ht Mrs. .1. 11. Trc.Wcll's. , ii. .ice M of Ti'leicco. f'iirs, Pi", ,i . ,t Tis-j'o ' lni : Sl.ie." Al.it-c s1" f .it .-! - at Mr.. .1. li. i-,',.ia.ir.-. .Ir-T rucivcd at laiiSc Hi.,, a splen did st.sk ut tnl'tiuo i: cigars. Xtw stock of hem stitched n l -.1 handkerchiefs t Mrs. . r.ili-ll'. Tiik v rv warm ui :i!l r his In" thousands "of .l..!l:ir t. tlic ii-r i III 1: oil '.I i .liar luanufailuren:. For Sw.r. aiariresfink of hair, l t ! Mi.- 1.nli. nail an.! laint ItusIiis. at 1'co pie's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 17 July 1872

r.0rrt mf Eiertrlr-ltjr Milk. Mr. X. A. Willard, of New York, in liis xMross ln ftire the Northwest ern Dairyman's Association, gave the following interosiinjr facts: Mr. Andrew Cross, the u lcerated Knplish fxpcrimentrr, considered that the roots and loaves of iilant were in oositc states of electricity. Some of hia eXKTiiuents in this direction are very interesting. He cut two liramlii's from a rose tree. TIh'V were as nearly alike as jMissihle, with the fame iiuiii'mt of buds, and hotli filially blown. A n arrangement was made by which a negative current of electricity was passed through one, and a positive current through the other. In a few hours the negative rose dr.x)H-d and died", but the posi tive continued its freshness for nearly a fortnight; the rose itself lceanie lull blown, and the buds expanded and survived an unusual length of time. Again, he was able to keep mill swtft for threw weeks in the hottest weather of summer, by the application of a current of positive ele...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 24 July 1872

JUL aiunaml Lis fervid eyes IVrms otv Publication.; Ths S:asrsst Herald- r-rT I1BH11- .-deeerr WJa-!aj M Tciae a: paid ia a-twacr; ftarrwinr ; i.: ha. rhimL " rah-ripo JlFOfntitcf! axii! all r ' , oe I.e IB. to aa . , ,v, aaioe rf the rw--"r at fiber ihooij riv wrl at thiw ' "r"" - . . : .li 1 lie Somerset i i. " - eraM ESTAJILISJIED, 180 7. Somerset Printing Company, Jnll I. S-l LU Bu.-iDe Manairrr. J..inf.n Owl - 1v' p. M hlM!EL ml mtam to jnntrr . to ta ni,u d S-froen-H aad wirr-aiKUM ,au!rr Ota" a I""- YOIaXXI.i HARDWARE. SMEltSI-Tr. I'AAVEnXESIUY, JULY -21. I$7-. tFth Ukkals (IltTFtlX Er4TiE. a. a. LoaraaaT . a. ..illllV H ViaiXTZ. ATTt'HNEY i... crt r.. -" bet E-'lut ' IV i-tL J:sa F. lia reopened lus ftore a - .' . ? i r. 7 : - v: ..i; . - - . . i i, T.tt Few Ofldrt Abort the Old Stand, i " Fsj oat Is the Exst j n (nrrlirtt (itlh Bmbi K'n ft ay lite a war aj the Birat B4 itir. : Aa.1 fMbtc aad dual j Sku&e tbc ttar la the amvou, Wlu.-a hfnkU the birJi aaJ l&e euaing 4...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 24 July 1872

I I J i t ' i f i The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, . Jn-T St, 18TS. X ATI A LBErrBUfAS TICK ET. FOB PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HENRY W. WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. El.rt BLICAS STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, 4. F. II ARTR ANFT, of Montgomery FOB SLTREME JUDGE, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren. FOB CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE, (JEN. HARRY WHITE, of Indiana. LEMUEL TODD, of OuiuWIaud. DELEGATES AT LARGE TO THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH, Philadelphia. J. GILLINGIIAM FELT, Thila. GEN. HARRYWIIITE, Indiana. GEN. WM. LILLY, Carlwn. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Sehuvlkill. H. N. M'ALLISTER, Center. WILLIAM DAVIS, Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS, Lanea?ter. SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne. G EO. V. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. H. AIKEN. Lehipb. JOHN II. WALKER, Eric. -orTT oinatioxk. F('R DELEGATE TO THE CONVENTION, COL. JOHN R.EDIE. f Subject to the decision of the District Conference. J rOB SENATE, E. D. YUTZY, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 24 July 1872

! The SomersetHerali 1 ...v . J i wedm311'' . . .. - ' li rt TiTcV vinegar t Davis & Bros. Chit.5. "'. LwlciKlnu-Vctf. mpe Ac, at IaiiA lir. .(T(imfE n toe Town Hull-A'!" at 7 . m., nJ Bl " P- m" JrcT received at Davis & Bros. iI,''n dtd of IoJmcco & tijars. MtVSAtr.HT. tlie nwv puWiU-r uwn, it dead. Wk have now .n hand a large ropply of jurticw-MankRand judgment not.. AVE are credibly informed that there is no truth in the report .that they have the Miiall pox at Berkley- s .inns. CovNTi.V prodiio wanleil at tlic Fmn-iu- ;roirv & f'1 More of t'ik &. IVerits n Maine Cro Street. liivniver has a large lot "f Inn Swivel tl- v'l'uiiev at 00 f nt will. Call at the LrJre fctore. ('mil fiuitbv tbcli!ilfdozcn'rd.zenor;i,1,.r ic Co . has shii-jx-d on an average, full case at C. FiKhoiMls & Urn's to suit j for the iat ten days. 1 ,000 quarts . day, alj I and expect to ccntinue to do so for three ... 1,11.. ti. weeks loneer. while the ioi4e of town lT.-Vne brown uIk U.e...

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. — 24 July 1872

l.rtkkB 'la IHalr FrwU(. Tlio following discussions on "Laks in Pair' Farming, and Low to nop them," we extract from the Country Gentleman : Hon. Harris Iitwis, of Herkimer, ocncd the discusion in a very prac tical and sensible way. He remarked that, as a general rule, it is not the lariro Wks that ruin the farmer, but the small ones. The largv ones arc rasily discovered and Htojtpcd, while the small ones are suffered to run on. The first leak he would allude to was the manner of driving1 the cows to and from the pasture. Many dai ry men suffer the cows to lie driven ly flops, and not unfrequently throusrh a lose and muddy liar-way, where per manent injury to the cows is often caused by their crowding and hook-in-r each other, Roys are Bonu'tiineg allowed to drive them with stones and sticks, often scaring tbeui into a run. He would prefer a well-trained hr rd dog to any boy he ever saw. t'arrlesstM'ss in driving cows oauped a lek of from ten to fifteen jkt cent. 2. Time and Manner ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 31 July 1872

, ILK 1 I of Publication. The Somerset Herald i.,.u!4il.(Jcvrr- Wr ln'-y M-ri.lng at V j LI .nimiu. pa n"" aB j mil InvarUS-ly rl.anre.1. . v.. -uiHPrii.ii' will te Nse..ntinueJ until all " i-.'r ores reuai,l "P. r.tn.aters neuleeline to ;, ;;r u, ... Un. .... . t.kt tr - in i-. u.i le.l.le l..rtlic sutwerlptlon. ''Uul.-ril removing fr-m one P,.ce to an . . . - .... ..,w .i the former as ..ilicr shoul.l pive n m-ll as til present offlee. A.Mress, Somerset Printing Company. JOHN I. WI LL, liUrim'tu. M.UUi' T. Dij M KIMMllI. will conlliiuc j.nwth' M.- li. nl K-nili r? lit j.n.l.'i-ii 'l '"e . li, ilic t-iiircii it S..mcti-t aii.l cbitwiikIiih ".....in- u.l-oi.i !':.';'" , ., i u ; ln.le H.mse. . . .n'lTiM II kimiM.. ATi'uKNKY AT Smiihtim-i. !.. will Kiv l'"""1 t,..n li. I.usinenii utruK-i i" """"" and tlie 'ljlninif cuuut-. (litliV ill the Jail J j- i-tt I H. H. m:r It A K KK t.n.Nrf Mr .r..ffssi"nl wn !( i.i II"" lii-'w I s.iiT-t ml vii iii- i tl v. Mini' iu nni-n't iu'tliH.r wfrtol ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 31 July 1872

The Somerset Herald. -WEDNESDAY. - - JfLY 31, ISTi ATIOXALKEPI BM AXTM HTT. FOB PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. Gil A XT, OF ILLINOIS, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HENRY W. W1LSOX, OF MASSACHUSETTS. KEPI BLM AS STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, J. F. HAllTRAXFT.of Montgomery FOR PLTREME JIIH5E, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford. FOR AUDITOR GENERAL, HARR1SOX ALLEX, of Yarrcn. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE, GLEXI W. SCIIOF1ELP, of Erie. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, of Carlwn. DELEGATES AT LARGE TO THE CONSTI TLTIOXAL CONVENTION, VM. M. MKKKDITH, Philadelphia .1. GILL1NGHAM FELT. Phila GEX. HARRYWHITE. Indiana. GEX. VM. LILLY, Carlxm. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Sehuvlkill. II. X. M'ALLISTER, (Voter. WILLIAM DAVIS. Monroe. JAMES REYXOLHS. Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIM MICK, Wavne. ;EO. Y. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAYID X. WHITE, Allegheny. W. II. AIKEX.Lchigh. JOHN II. WALKER, Erie. r.rv somisatiosk. loll DELEGATKfliTO TUE CONVENTION, COL. JOHN R. EDIE. J Sul-i'-ot to the dochiion ol the District Conference FOR SENATE, E. D. YUTZY, Lower Turkevfoot....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 31 July 1872

. m jj riPmln UWttiUi 1 . July si, i7i jrarat lavis & IJros. Pl RK CUliT M hi ttil. I.uck tsHs rope Ac, 'iir :,t M.ivisA lsrop. I'osT OrHfF. iii Hie Town Hiil! jn us 1 V. .a nf r n .it iniiiT""" I " Smk of our !llo nrc w' V aliiiK on j ! now oirn. j Xov ran l'i'V oith. r a ihmshrr ;r it..rs-- i jsiw.t w-rwrau-ij nt - i JiT r.Hivtil lit Davis J: IJros. a Pid.'U-i ,U J stink oI'lol-tK' V MKiirs. ktiH'K of cM lir.i.vi-ts will Ik- ojirn- ,-,1 to .lav at Mrs. Jus. 1. 1 rtilwtll s. Wk lum; now on liaml a larfrc pi1y of: 1. 1..., I iiiil'rmont nikti'tt 4 Country product- wacto-1 nt ilie Fam ily (Jpirt-rv i food store of Cook & lkrnth n Maine Crofe S?trett. I Tue largest lot of llaiulmr;: tluliroiil-Vrii-s v,'r otffred in Souirrwt at Mrs. J. U- f 'nil well . Ax immense stork of mil ami artilkial a,;iir liraids, curls, (staple uiiJ cluster) and I hignous at Mrs. Jas. 1!. Tntlwell's. I Blvniver Las a larsc lot of Iron Swivel playVulU-vsat 00 rents t seli. Call soon, :it the lturtlware...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 31 July 1872

l I iMua In lcdln tlax-li. A onrrcstndont to the Maine Far mer having made the statement that m.inp the valuable lessons that the last winter had Uujrlit him in feeding st(l, was the conviction that he has heretofore " fed ' iurlv double the mount needed." another writer for ! the same jtajxT comments a follow on hit! remark, i .' ' ' If feeders have learned, as many i no doubt have done, that it is U tter i to feed less hay and substitute ""'a' j ti,an a hundred and sixtv vears old. .r some other concentrated f .od in I LiuK, Joo thev call the" bdv, liis full tdW of the liny withheld, then tli I nanie K;jnf Joph Lambert. His lesson will not lie contreverted ; lw";,iarent are English, but his home is they mean just what they say they,in !r0)lkIvn Xow Vork Hc is a have liecn feeding too much hay to , molllcr.H ,jariin- of a oliild, ami com the stock have given them much nionml to .)1av- nv visA lnof,ths more nutriment than was needed it ,,laving aUvuvs the airs his i Muiti-.anotiur t...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 7 August 1872

of Publication. Ths Somerset Herald .! lavans laras." arcp.il 3 . hf-n In iivl.iy Morning at " advan-c: othetwise e w allar . '.ulicl every ..num. if P' ;v I char-ici. I. M -ill IX- .li-MlllililU'-l U""1 Mid 5. Postmasters ihz ..,-. - ' . . ...i .it their . Inn mitiseTl'lCrS 11" B' I held UX.I K-1. the- ,ulTipll..n. !"r'" , 1M. ,,s..fflcctonn- Ml,,s-ril rem-uni lr........K- Ui I lie name "i j tti.-c. A.i.in-.-f. .iH-r shoui.i true f tlic present i' r i Somerset Printing Company, Tlhe Rc di i n i wsei I I o raid. . , KSTAliIiIBHED,llB37. - .. , ' . . ... . ., : , . ' , ., II- 1 .11 III I. si l.L, llii-inc.- Manner. VOL. XXI. someuskt, v. Wednesday, august X 1372 NO. 8. I.. ni- 4ai.ir. ' t lit lila.lc II' li'll.l.lA.M I.1W. Solll ,,rKV' Oltlf.' ! Hardware. KIM M EL will cmtlnue to practice ; .... u n.l tin lirr lint pr.itfwi'iuil scnl- I he .'Hums "I .S"llicrei alio rnri"" - , nt the old place, a lew .l.-TJ icast j t'ladc House. . I. KHIM Z. ATlxiUXKY AT j iiiktwM. I'll.. i" s if ""i"...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 7 August 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, ArorsT 7 HJS. &TIOV A l.KEPt'BUCAX TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, nKXRY W. WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Ki:il 8I.IC1X STATE TICKET. FOR OOVERXOR, J V. II AUTltAXFT.of Montgomery FOR UTREME JIDT.E, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford. FOR AIDITOB GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of 'Warren. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE, GLEXI W. SCHOFIELD, of Eric. CHARLES ALBRIGHT.of Carbon. I'KLK'IATES AT LARGE TO TUE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. .1. GILUXGIIAM FELT, Phila. GEX. IIARRYWIIITE, Indiana. SEN. WM. LILLY, Carhon. L.HARTHOLOMEW, Sehuvlkill. II. X. M'ALLISTER. Center. WILLIAM DAVIS, Monro-. JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster. SAMMUEL P. DIMMICK, Wayne.! GEO. V. LAWRENCE, Washington. ! DAVID X. WHITE. Allegheny. W. II. AIKEX, Lehigh. .HHIN II. WALKER, Erie. rorxrr nomination. FOR DKLEC.ATE TO TUE CONVENTION, COL.JOnX R.EDIE. f.j.,-t to the dcclnimi of the Dlrtrict Cunfcrenc. J TOR SENATE, H. D. YUTZY, Lower Turkey...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 7 August 1872

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Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 7 August 1872

f - ! ' J.! f M , i r 5 DIIOKXU. " He'll go to the clops, now." " Of course lie will." " 15y all means. Only t-ec how he acted when his wife lived with him! Now. that Mie's left hiin, and all re straint is removed, he'll po the rest of the downward wav iu no- time. Poor Nettie ! I wonder she Ptmnl it po lonir !" , ' I will pir him jnt a year to lap Imried." " Pshaw! Half that time will fin ish him." " Well, I iity him, too; hut I pity her more. It was him that brought misery on both." 1 Such was Uio jronsip of half a doz en villagers, who stood in front of the principal tor our summer cven-i ing, while the feuhjeet of their remarks went staggering along on the oppo site side of the ytreet. It was evident that ho was trying to walk straight, and not to appear intoxicated, hut sueh endeavor al ways seeitt to make a druukeii man waiL more erooked. Will, it proved one tiling: that he was not yet lost to all venf of -haie 4hat ht Mill retained a little pride and a linger ing aversion 'to...

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