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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 22 April 1874

UL t Pu' f i' F.J if ' 1 .J V i . Herald r J . t lit-1 ... tu. a: .i.-oiiUnuc-j until ail ar- 11 ilt. t'uStluaatcr B-'KUvUbK to ; liable ( tlic fttl-fc-rlpUoC r. iu frvia one i-rt ! aa- re & liC Ol ivi.uw mm c: jiSce. AiJrt-u rset Printing Company. JOHN 1. SCV :it-e , rby..-lic and 1 . a' e p: . I r'.ir. ,; ;UL.i;K pcrnmBmf.y IMted iitr t -!"e d il iiK'i-a. .n VTllWAlTE. ATFOKNEY .. IT .!. -! . - "J.i. 1 r. ! t.'jliL-tCai.T fcf.tad- ; i l-vs. .h.-ey. I. A rr.-t. i' HAY. ATT'iKNEY AT LAW N- -n. r?---t. to hi? re r.t Lt-ly. :. ATTl'u.NEY Al .! ivc- it uiji ii;u.ii ; e-iie in uui.'rxt t -e la IT;;- :j '!- A . vane'-r U. ' in S Ui T't U -rT.Nt'.Y ArLVW.s:..!- a.;'.. a... ;.j U t-u;-. :.-: l..;:ev a.te:, -.lev.: iifl f H rki.iliiS. BAEi. wi-lica:- AH : NLYS AT :iee ip S oi- ..MVS a: i:i Jt;r t.HJ. I- If. LViNS. DENTIST. S--:n.'T- .1 if. tx- -.if 7. , AT li ilu -V 1 ri I..NLY .1: 1 l. a.i ; A I LAU'. i;"."::y atl.v. r at n. o.v: 1 n ESTAHLISHED, 1897. VOL. XXII. Ursina Lime Kilns. SOM...

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. — 22 April 1874

The Soinerjst Herald. WEDNESDAY. . April 3.VC4 As will lc Been by reference to tli Loeislative p ftn-rtflV. A U fixed by tbe House for, we suppose, tbe final strode of the ks aon.intbe attempt to repeal tbe lo cal option law. The world has permission to move Massachusettsba8eieciea -o-u tor! On Friday last, wmi.u. ". Washburnc, present Governor of the State, wa elected to fill the vacancy roadeby the death of Charles Sum- VU. ..-.. TI Iris aunoum-ed by the r'altiinorclj,r0pr;al;on on the ground that the IUJT iLut the long ,Kl"" ' i tbe lYnuvlV8iiia i ' ; me airoiriniiiu. iiiuui ni- lialtimor and Olii.i has at last Wn j 0f t,e Legislature had not the adjusted and terms agreed upon, so , iar,iil0ol to vote directly for an ap fares and freight will again go up to propriation, but Bincethen the friends tbe old standard. of the measure have so industriously Iiknekal Jacob M. Campbell, oi , Johnstown, is Tavorauiy mcnuwuvu by a number of journals in connec tion with the nomination for Lie...

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. — 22 April 1874

LIL 1 i J ua snisM'"''"'"'"'"'"'"'"'"'' I rue Somerset Herald, j dulre ii nNtsDAY. Apm a in TIME TBL1. mVKHT A XT""!. M!XT CAILRAO. 3- i.er Monday, July 7;h, 17. trains will , ih r " t , 1?" 'i virJ 1 a f 4 " lJCw. stand r !: . Il l a. .$ SO p. I w. : Atxiva. 15 p. Ba, Alt p.m. . ALTFATHF.R. Oea"rl. Sept. , , ....... OIIUIH- A DOT IV r t-jftra aaI.I ., 1 T tn a pnx.1 ,1.,1 a.i ;,.I. r. . - iiJiuni uiuuv .. - V ... u V . V-4 (I .1 . 1 1 1 r 1 ... . : - ( I 111;- ., ....... . . . . . . "G West Club." for tU IM?.."!" J7r;" 1? i-jeoVo:: Imr.l nr lir, ,.r tl. ...... . a w-.u V, hitctValhc WitUe, . ' J vt otfu-r wv . . i v "l nT- u M'" t-U ' au.ls'.e kiWs i-iiucd to we . to .op at Au,. Mi-ck & aal sec the 'wteeK-ti "out and Jet the latTnop ever Imt styleof lUts and Caps SUirt. Collars. and tkc two tjv great -friends, tLouzk --ktie Ac. t. tU. latest .. KeinernUr j Oriiaalkia Hte.tk 4u -2I other rodeais. tue i-aBct. three- Wr fr, tbe corner in ! TU laJ k3 :ji IH "Jr, trrf, a w.L- NuiK-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. — 22 April 1874

Te Inrrrmil T rylrg I'neV XiscnatbutfUo tiotwffCP, union? othor valuable prorcrtr, & Stai Hoard of Hcuhli. Ibis commci' has just publisbtd a volume of fire hundroed and fiftv raes, which are as "clack full o'scirnce" as old bol Oiles U if a verv simple and comprc Lcnsible science," however illustrating such matters as "Preventive Medicine and the Poctor of tb future," "The Political Economv of Health," Duties Wards." "The Health of v,mw " School Hvcienc." "Core I i " hr.Spinal Meningitis." The iiniK-r entitled "TLc Health ,f FarmcrP," is full of ingestion .., ii,e .ine rtf hard-workinff men IUI VHJ' v. . .- ' " ' . r. T!. averaire ace 01 Massachusetts farmers reaches sixtj f,ve vears which is fourteen years bifrher than that of other avocations, but the wives and children not enlv die young but arc far too often delicate and diseased. Physicians all over the state have furnished the essayist with careful sHitistics. Almost all these doctors assert that farmers' wives are overwor...

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. — 29 April 1874

i fhe Somerset Herald 5 .u.sioo'O' WeduoJy Moruing atf-lou i paid lu avwe; oUieiwnm J Ml j " f .,,.,,(. , III 1V laKUUt iUUcd UUtil all T- I j ji up. 1'oiLtUHMurs neglecting u ' ., ulcrihera do uoi lake out ilielr 3 .. . i. in 1 1 liable ! the eulwcrllMlon. I -'f' r ""' Iromone Poatotfloe UD 1 ,,u i Hi twine ol I lie lonneras -J'" . 5 tfiun,rt tut odice. Addrea Somerset Printing Company, JOHN L. SCILL, Buaiocsa Manager. Uuine4 Card, If.! VfclTt-R. Physician aud IlcntlKL, Berlin -A in give prompt auvuuoa to ail case A 111 gi prompt ; iu Lilr- cure. . i k. AllLLEltba eruiaueutly located J 1 1 ifcrnu l"f t"B practice ot ui proteatuou. 3 V ,,,, ,-iu' c'hanca KriNiiiiger siore. i . U ivsrLETHWAlTE, ATTORNEY 11 a' t-1 I1"'' 1 " "iliU "! ("...iviiuif solicited aud puuvtuaily atlcuu 1 J.KOOS1.K, Al lORNEY AT LAW, Somerset, I'euua. : ,,1-vTlNK HAY, ATTORNEY AT LAW s I .'iMin-r rcalea'-ate, NnuetKt, Pa will ad liu.-oneea entrusted to his cure with t .iuorr nud Bdollty. aug. li-ly. i u H. K'lO...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 April 1874

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, . April , I"- The action of the lower House at Ilarrisburgh, indicates the ainust . 1 1 Hin nassneo of the M distillers bill" ly that body, but we have no idea that the bill can pass the Senate. The Legislature of North Caroli na has passed an act which imprisons for Eve years any person who manu factures, sells or deals in spirituous liquors as a beverage, containing for eign properties or ingredients poison ous to the system. bill passed the House of Rep resentatives at Washington, on Mon day last, restoring the free circula tion of newspapers in the county where published, and their free ex change between publishers. It pass a .,nrW Knsnension of the rules, VU u u va I more than two-thirds voting in the affirmative. It will, in all probabih-l ty, pass the Senate, and then our tub ecribcrs in this county will no longer be compelled to pay postage on the IIebald. The monied interests of the coun try appear to be generally eatisGed with the President'...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 April 1874

. nit : - ' 4 fag ' I U3 Somerset Herald. The evil i,vs are dra-viing rd-h wh Apm Iiic pound tf -.ir-i leaning uiil l.e liea in ii; e un. una li.iu" rJi-anm-r w P.I ,) !:ite the ones, hmvv lionc-s of th. Ann can 1V.-.JV. . ; BUTTER! BUTTER! i Linucrs I o:ul UThis. 1!1F. tllil l . . Ju't Tib. l.:a.W.n . i"o:t IVi.v, 13ic,c3; Ma-lin. vim-thanis, lat't ut '...-a;, j ;.:.! Travi iin-- ivi - ot ' ' jr. Paii.cr. il:a:.ie Tl' :m.. . 1 rule i ii. . Ai.!: .1 li a. m. .1 j i. n. W. r. .-.TVATH. tit li". 1. r 14' .. -J. ( lo ;. la. -r ass sit-ratAi, re:T. Stati-onm-, Wall P.-.p.-r, V"i!.,;..v. -1. Marts. ,.;;.rN ; ,. n!.-r,. i s nk-, l!.n-.i.e-eLu-i. Ate., ir., u ry M.ik at vetv -. prte at Am e- V Nt w r-X ..-Ii Id-sk ", - '.. la. .... ,-. ... . a.c :.,:S . L v pituus m ten;..t phiec. r.tan- wir-o or anic their eturiv sod bra-lit :,. ,.....- .. . i. ... r.i - .. i : i market cow. as a-t as it is made. n,,,. r..r-n.. .i. ,,.-. ..,. . ..r. .r a l ;ut : v a.iu;.!!-.'i t.erjrii8:raJ.!c ; V.cr stan...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 29 April 1874

Tk Berkshire '.Ha. TU r..li.tv.inir is the TCPOrt of A, B Allen tf New York, upon tbe bistorv of tins breed, made to the recent Swine-lireeders' convention, with tbe report of the committee to wbom it ".a refercd. 1. Tbe committee appointed to report on tbe above, rcspecuuuj u m t That from the best information ibev have been able to obtain on this important subject, ibev find that twine of various colors, lorm and sizes, have existed in England, from time immemorial. That familv, however, which was the foundation of the present unprov ed breed, w as of a sandv or buff col or. about equally spotted with black, was of a larpe size ; a slow feeder ; nnd did not fully mature till two and a half to three years old. Hut as purh it was very highly esteemed Tor the preater liortion of lean and fat in it meat, aud for ihe siiperior weight of its bams and shoulders; thus ren dering tbe whole carcass ih-iuh.mj well tited f.r smoking, fr which unroot it was said to excrll all .il.ir l"nfli.h b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 May 1874

UL cnns of Publication. Ths Somerset Herald ji paMlshed ercry Wednesday Muming attliw f. ar.uai. If paid la advance; otherwise i M , airariablj fe.char -e4. i, sulncxipii' "ill be iisoouUuued until ail itr MWltf rt Joi up. Postmasters neglecting to vlr u 't SBUscribert do ot take out their -.I'rf " 1,1 lcll liable for the subscription. ' s -.hSiTlbers renaming frm one I'oflolflje toan should give ci the name of the farmer aa ; j toe present e!ce. Address Somerset Printing Company, JOHN I. SCI LL, Buiineis Manager. Dusinees Cards, p KNEPPER. Physician and Dentin. Berlin r p.. Will give prompt attention to all cases ,Vu,;eJ to his care. P s. .' K. MILLEKhas permanently 1-xated in Berlin fur the practice of his iroU siou. i-x epp.-s'te Charles Krissingcr's su-re. 7" tL .1' H. PoSTLETHWAITE. ATTOKXKY . at Lw. Somerset. Pa- Professional bui s(... rfjiecilully sulicitcd and punctually attend- . KOOSEK. A rOK N EY AT LA V. Mt.ilerset, euna. i-U-KNTINE 11 AY, ATT iKNEY AT LAW j .l denier in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 May 1874

The Somerset Herald. . May ,!! WEDNESDAY Senator Wasiibvrn, the eucces pot of Cliarlcs Sumner, was sworn in and took Lis eoat on Friday last, the 1st or May. The Republican State Committee Las leea called to meet at Harris l.or on Tuesday, May 12, at two o'clock P. M. to fix tbe time for Lold-j lag l lie licpuuncau .mic .. - tion. Ox Wednesday last, lor tbe first time in the history of the country, a colored man presided in tie National ilousc of Kepresentatives. When the House went into committee of the whole on the Indian appropriation bill, Speaker Maine called Mr. llainey, of South Carolina, to the chair. Coxghess has passed a bill which toe President has signed, appropria ting ninety thousand dollars for the relief of the destitute sufferers by the recent overflow of the Mississippi river, who arc on the verge of star vation in consequence of the recent devastating floods. axta Anna having on bis return to the city of Mexico, called on Pres ident Lerdo, and been received most c...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 6 May 1874

V T 1 to T9 7 ije Somerset Herald. ..vv. Tift: t.ihxkk. Mar. 1874. lCBr.T k iKBALrmr khilboad. after M n ! . Jly lh. 1ST3. trains will .....A-' : i.r.v- U AKKIVE. .11:15. in. I IS p. m, .S M p. m. !' W.F. ALTFATHF.ll. K-n"rl. Supt. B. B. K. rM mKKni.roisT. l'-" Weft.... ' Wctf . .11:38 p. in. . . 6 "1 a. m. ..120 p. m. .. 4:60 . tn. vtsVarffh & Connellsville gBii, Wastiitoii & Baltimore "' ,SHORT LUSTE." lLTEUATIOX OF TDIE. BUTTER! BUTTER! Farmers Read This. ' Shik of our friends are pursuing a wise course by wilding their early and white luittcr to market now. as fast as it is made, and thereby accomplish two very dexirablc objects. In the first place they pet a pood price lor this butter as it is selling now for thirty-three to thirty-six cents, and in the second place they pet rid of the early made butter, which, it kept over until next Kali, has to lie wild at g.XMise price and often sjioils the sale of the entire dairy. You w ill get more tor your fresh butter now than ...

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. — 6 May 1874

THE IMISSiri'i OVEKIXOW. IntercMlns Ienlia of the (rent flood. The New Oilcans Times of TLurs vUvlas fomc facts regarding tie crevasses alonff the line of the Mis pisipni in addition to the telegraphic advices: Alonsr the levee below Canal Street Wednesday morning the outlook is a much iilonsaiiter one than that of a few days rincc. Hv the gauge at the head of Canal Street the water is three-tenths of an inch below the mark of "71, and in consequence there is a dry kvee w bcre was a sheet of water a few davs aro viz.: opposite Jackson Fjuarc. " 15v the lower coast steamer Hunter, arrived early Wednesday nop the 'crevasse at IJellcchass has so availing, evervthinjr giving way ueiore me ireuieuuuu force of the water. At Sawyer's it has been flopped, and at Greenwood there is good prospects of succeeding. Put at Point-n-la-llache they were on the point of stopping work for the vaut of material, in which case what has already been done will probablv be a waste of labor and material. The...

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. — 13 May 1874

0 Tl i0f l'liblication. How F.avelopea art Nwl. UL roano "rtincBt f Wear. 0C3, CO. -t, Scaersct Herald rli.et,- .d.rnliig 1 - ! '"r ,., .,,... r; ..tl.rthH 2M . .1.1 " ' ' i t .1. if." II i.ci-iscoiiuiiutu . . i ..... ii .n .p. IVJlUlHKllTS neglecting to .ulrilwrn Jo uot Uike out their t . I I li'lt'lC T.T lUO r-unj.-ripiiou. '" ,. ing n.tn one Postotr.ee to an '! V, us the nam of the former u ;trt'rnt " Address rset Printing Company, JOHN I. SCULL, lluslncss Manager. 7,'lWIHfM Cmi, ... ... .,! licntlst. l$orl!n prompt attention to all cases J. . ..... " v II.LEU has permanently located '?brl KriM.inm- "ore. ti FTIlVf AITE, ATTORNEY "V soli'ited anl piui'-iuauj "ivKNEY AT LAW Somerset. I'cnna. U ;'! "'im .mru'ted tohisear.w.tb -.ami n"-"- .;l MlMm1- - ug. w-iy. '.,il!YVV AT klMIVl'., Al ii'ii.'i. . .. ul tIi nroliil't alter- Irs cute In Somerset . . .". ll cvitiiMth has ,V' -. iw In S.imiwtna 1 litKC ,-t r . -- ii.ol.li,,.. u M amnion, Km. attiVkxky atlaw wim- nil. , .ill ;t"'1' '",...

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. — 13 May 1874

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, . May H, 1T4. Thk Senate at Harrisburg has con curred in tbc House resolution to ad journ on tbe 15th instant The Connecticut Legislature, dow in session, is tbc first legislative ikhIv in tbat State for twenty years which tbc Democracy have controlled. Vax 1'ei.t, wbo before tbe women's ., . .l.,olf nut lnr tO war on tuc saioou-, m Lis neighbors in an interior Obio town, but reformed, and labored ef- ficientlv in promotm tbc cause of tomneranee, Las deserted tbc ladies, and Ponc back to bis first love. Xeably all tbe religious papers, ular to say, arc opposcu 10 cue burning process after death. And yet it is tbc fear of this very burning after death tbat drives many sinners ( into tbe churches. It is only fitting that precept and practice should go hand in hand. The iron trade of Pennsylvania is unmistakably dull. In the Lehigh Valley twenty furnaces out of forty cight "arc idlcand work has been sus pended at eleven ore mines. At Al lentewn the condi...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 May 1874

UL IPs ' Mid 'urn. niilr. i ax. I An r t 7 oo : m T K) r eo J uo " v 'I Somerset Herald. . JliylS, 1H74. : V.'.W. sr. iibm . ,m:i:m- Ti'l.Nf UAILi.OA". '.y. .Inly Till, lv- trill"!1 w i'l . 15 a. ui. !-". ,., j,. 5 5-J 1'. V. V. AI.TFATHi:ii- i.-n'll. M'l't. AS IM:t t- IV'tHT. 11 -V: Ji. JO. t:2l a. in. . l-.o- ). III. 4..V) l. in. .cvh&CcnnclhviIle! j VI 1 il.-IJllI .... f asfirtoa & BaifeeiiSem-:." tdiation of time. , Feint iry l.Vli. is: J. Train? r: r.r. I Arrive !rom liip't, r sire .-Is. lis ( Ti..i s : mill t:m'k. auk.vk. . yi .-Mei-sport Ae- , C A' a.m. M. K .-i-Tl A-- ...i TrS'ia.in. V. Ncwioti Ar r,.:n a.m. 1 ;i. pi . 1 V:i:- . p.m. Throutrlt K...M a.m. Conm-u-viUc n .in lo:.".0 a.m. ?dcKi-esport A - m:i lJlUp.m. M'Kn'T'rt A-- n-ra -:' .ia. I'ui 'iiUowil ac- ciu 01."' I' l". M'Kwj.irl A-'- r.,1;i T:''l a.m. 'l'l.r.-u jrli Mail. .'.'.'-I) ji.in. Wed New ti n ( liun -a Tr.ii::.lM ' V a.ie.. - I-"1- ..r.l.l. fl." ic. hough, Vl lllll : t '. - I :i is oer. . h.iv. the ,r...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 May 1874

emrr of ItlnH- THE STOUT OF A SNAKE The following incidPDi. nim-u ... . . . . ...i : .1. i ,,en.-d to the writer long years aro, Ufurli a thrilling nature ns to i, account is founded on fact., and can bo vouched for by witnesses or un doubted integrity : While sauutcring out one morning through an orange grove bordering on one of the bayous of Louisiana, and where the warning hiss and rat tle of that most venomous and dead ly species of the reptile tribe arc not frequently heard. I came upon an inviting fcha.ly nook, and being wea rv and fatigued by excess and the beat of the eun, I sought repose by stretching myself at length upon the glass, and w hile lying there, dream ing dav dreams and being refreshed Vtmh Ul iuc .v ...v.. by gentle breeze?, deep pcentcd with ! the fumes of the lu3cious Louisiana orange, I naturally yielded to tbc seductive influence of Morpheus, into whose arms I gracefully resigned; myself. ! I did not lie long thus, however, before I was awakened by the sens...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 May 1874

jiiTers of lublioation The Somerset Herald published every Wednesday MoruliMI ,r """u' 'M"1 '" 1,vimm; ""' lf . i ..rlKlJ .rtuirKwl. ,ulerlpiioD will l' o.ooulluucd uulil all j in I'ustiuasit-rs iiMlwitaK ,iv us when subscribers Jo not take out their , ...... ....,.. ...lrlnllnD. moer win I ""'v " - subscribers removing from oue Postofflce to a leT should Rive ui the name of the formen .ell as lrent um,e- Au,lrcM Somerset Printing Company, JOHN I. SCI IX, Ku?iners Manager. DiulnCM CurcU, ., ENTPPKB, Phvsh Ian and Pcntlst-Merlin Pa. Will K1 l'r'UUt attention w all caseB nirwiw '.CiTj k7 MILX.EK has permanently located I ITn Berlin for the practice ot ins pn.icu... OA' 'PlM -- ...p,-- apr. Totr. ATTtiKNEY U' " . ZmXL p. V7J- " ...i.etteil aud .luuetualiy ittcnd aef re 1-"- - eJ to r. J-KOOSATTtlRSEYATI.AW. Somerset, I'cnna. rvvTlNE HAY. ATTORNEY AT LAW Vntdr.lcr in real estate. Sorset IV, w U ' ... .11 business uiruneu wi".-'- tnend ..dellty. -TTTTTTxxi 11. KtHINTZ, ATTORNEY AT ilw So...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 May 1874

TJi'eSoiSeraeraeiiia. May to, V Tn i legislature adjourned sinedie ' fct noon fen Friday last. Senator ' - Cutler," of Eric, was elected Speaker " ""nf the Scnaie. The Democrats vo- , - td. for Senator Cbalfant, of Montour. . . itTBs UUl-of Senator Kutao, outbor . - ;lz'mg -mmi6sion to prepare amend V 'mr-nts to ihf new Constitution, passed ' ' bbti llo'usc.3 of the Legislature, and n .'iwiy douV'0?3 rCCTivc the tiffnaturc , of tbe Governor. ; At the meeting of tho Republican v "'HraK" Central Committee, held 'at " Unrrisburg last week, it was resolved to lold tie State Convention at Har-,.- rieburg.on, tbo 19tb day of August -cert. The representation is to be in ?? accordance with tbo new apportion J merit made by the Legislature. lwcmK iW adjournment the Leg- islature passed unanimously, a joint -resolution requesting the President . of the United . States to appoint a lioar J to Tericw and examine the pro- " feedings in the case of General Fitz 4 ' JbLaTortcr, with a view to rc-o...

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. — 20 May 1874

LIL t.--e . ., w '. -V ''"""hip, . ' tina The Somerset Herald. r:i..i.v. - - ; " Tim: tami... MavTd, 1ST4. .. ,,:ill.KT HISEBAirnlST BAII.ROAI. li:avb. July "Hi, tram' will ,! i ai-t. .1 West. 10:13 a. m . .3 "J i. in. W. F. AHRIVIC. 12 m, e.tW 1. 111. AMFAT11KH. (len'rl. Supt. V A. II. 11. K I'ASS MlNKl'.AL rtlllaT. Wa-st. a ;1 Wot 11:09 p. m. il a. m. 12:02 I. ra. 4 JO p. m. Pittsburgh. & Connsllsville HA.1.L.KOA.1:). MtM WasMnclGii & Baltimore ALTEUATIOX OF TIME. i n and :ler r-ui.dav, Slav 10;li, 1W4, Train ,. i..- l wiil Ii.p.iri nn.l Arrive from lie pot, -.'.. riir ni! au-l WatiT streets, as follow : AUItiVE. Ax art m.ikin Decoration Day a legal U,.ljil:iy passed tin I ItuitK at Harrisburg. on Tuesday week List, by a vote of 30 ta 2S. Thk briek work ot the jit.il hits been painted rod, the window Iniinos and cor nice a purple, and yet tho intitules ain t happy. Wk wire sliowu three trout, by Mr. ieo. Klinmell, on List Monday, that wore "spcekled beauties" indeed, measu...

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. — 20 May 1874

n.nt ir rri . i " t imnmrmrno. f Kifn .iitwuanroiiA. Jltsrellaneonn. It frequently happens 10 country places where bones are quite Pnti ful (and where are ther not !) that there are no mill to grind them, and if applied to the land as they are thev decompose so slowly as to be of 'comparatively little use. Id such cases, chemical means, which are always on hand, are to be brought into requisition. Of all various means that can be employed for the decomposing and dissolving of bones, the best and most practicable is wood ashes. They are generally plentiful in country places ; they prevent an unpleasant odor from being given off, and above all, cause a rapid and complete de composition. The bones are convert ed into a fine powdct, which, mixed with the ashes, furnish an excellent fertilizer, very rich in potash and phosphoric acid. The method of us ing them is as follows: A trench three or four feet deep and of any desired length, is dug in the earth, and filled with alternate layers ...

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