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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 2 September 1874

ara.illjr ! Tlsfbr. I have jnst been overlaulinj tie stakes in my vineyard, and replacing those decayed, and those too Email andtooehort In 1850 I had about 200 Osage-orange f takes, cut from a hedge, then about one inch in diame ter. Thev were used a year or two for Lima beans, when they were put in the vineyard, and now only the thin sap-wood is decayed, and the inside ia sound. Six yes -s a ?o I set 500 vines of the Ives Seedling, aid used a large number of B'.akea of the catalpa, maple, and Osage. Nearly all the catalpa are rotten, and the maples are all gone, whi'e the Osage remain sound. A few of the catalpa hae the heart-wcod FOnd, and I should judge that the bear wood of good s;".ed treei would last a Ion time much Ic-rtr than burr oak, wh'ch will do pood 6" -vice a Feneration ; wb'le the Osage is al most indestructible by t'uic ibis little sapling of an inch be'ig 6ouad after 14 years, while the catalpa of four inche.i are rotted off, but these were mostly sap-wood. This Sw...

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 September 1874

uti f Terms of Publication. " " Th3 Scasrset Herald If publish every Wednesday M pTannum. If paid n trfvn-e; otherwise 3 -Jresarepai up. Postmasters neglecting - wea subscriber, do nrttak.outtbetr ' Ul will be held liable for the subscription. 'XZcZn removing from on. Po.mce to ar, .!"r'(bould give u. the nme of the former as ,lw the present office. Addrest "somerset Printing Company, JOHN L SCCLL, Business Manager. Bu!n(?4 Cards, h. POSTLETHWAITF. ATTORNEY I mi Law. Somerset, ra- rra u nt respectfully belted and punctually attend d to F -ALENTlNE UAT. ATTtlBJfET AT JLAW and deale, -in u."- Stwna to all business entrusted w u m promptness and fidelity. ..,vrr ATTORNEY AT iT TL.L1AM it. y w, ive proropi atten- Law, Somerset, t-a., wi a i i .ar-W unties. 0m U Printing d'JUSC lioW. . , TT t-nfTmth bat i (,.nan (niK. " ITNIDVIT aTT.aW. SOM I erset, ra.. wiu pnnj"j -..- - - - - entrusted to him. Money advanced on collection ae. Oihce In MumnnAh Building. Jan. X, '70. - . ,r t cirn ITTORK...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 September 1874

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Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 September 1874

- The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. September t. 1ST!. Republican State Ticket. FOR. JVDGI OF 6trRtMI COIRT. EDWAKD M. PAXSON, of Philadelphia. FOR UICTEKAHT GOVERNOR. ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, of Potter County. tOR AUDITOR OIXRRAt- HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren county". TOR ICCRTKART OF I5TIR5AL AFFAIRS ROBERT B. BEATH, of Schojlklll County. Republican County Ticket, CONORXSS. gubjeet U decision of District CMfereoc. W. H. KOONTZ. STATE SESAIE. 8lt te decision of Dittrtct Conference. E. D. YTJTZY. AS6EVBLY. Wm. endsley. JOSEPH D. MILLER. DISTRICT ATTORN IT. JAMES L. PUG II. COMMISSIONER- OLIVER "W. liOYER. POOR BOVSE DIRECTOR. SAMUEL TRENT. AtDITOR. DANIEL S. MILLER. COCNTT SURVEYOR. JONATHAN H. FRITZ. To the Farmers. With many thanks for the liberal petronrege of lut nu. we inii oJIrr MriervtoM a BUTTER Commission Merchants TO THE Dairymen of the Glades. IT hav a rerj Itiri and Increasing BUTTER TRADE, ad having t7 facility for elllng BUTTER t advantage, we can pledge srtclru te give SatiMi la...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 September 1874

m li Established J. G. HARVEY & CO., UTTER COMMISSION HOUSE, 75 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE, 3VHD. Kennard & Oudesluys, BUTTER COIYIIYIISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 83 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMOEE, MD, SOLICIT LIBERAL SHIPMENTS OF BUTTER. ep The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. September 9, 1874 T19E TABLES. eoitaasrr k ix-"- roivr aaiLaoAD. On, and after Monday, Julj Tin, '.87, trains wtl ran a follow : U1TL ABR1V. Mall East.. Hall Wert.. ..M.lSa. m. Hm, .1 00 p. m. 3 p. m. W. F. ALTFATHEU, Gea'rl. Supt. P. W. B. R. B. raa miskbal roiKT. Express East.. EzpreM Wert. Mall Eart Mall Wert ..11:3 p. m. .. 1 31 a. m. ..U:02 p. m. 4:60 p. m. Pittsburgh iCcnnellsville BAILROAD. WMi TasMmti & Baltimore 'SHORT ALTERATION OF TIME. On anil after Sunday, May Win, 1874, Tralu, D thii Road will Depart and Arrive from Depot, orner Orant and Water street, follows: Ptat. UTTaacaoa tni arrive. localMatl e-W a m. I . McKeesport Ac- Throoeh Mall.T:00 a.m. I torn..... -.... 40 a.m. mixed vaT....v.aua.in.ij.xn...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 September 1874

U . ..LX.HM. X- '..J1. tie m. Vnntrr R:rt. Lieut-Gen. Sheridan last crcning received the fo'iowinp; dispatch from Gen. Terry at St. Paul: "A dippatch from Gen. Caster, just received, dated Bear Dattc, Au? 13, gars, be began Lis return march on the Uh inst. He in ended to rest a day at Bear Cutte and then start for Fort Lincoln by a different road from tbatirhichbe took going oat He report bis men and borfca in excel lent condition, and no trouble from the Indians." Tbe following is tbe report in fu-1 : IIiadqcaeteiis Black Hills ExrEDinos, Bear Bctte, Hak., V Acjrnst 15, 18:4. ) To Aftixtant Adjulanl-Grn'ral,, Department of DaLola, at. W ; My last diatch was written on tic Si and Sd inst, and cent from the aontb fork of the Cheyenne irora point on tbe latter nearest to Fort Laramie. On the morning cf tbe 4th inrt- I boron edt return ma e! to our tnaia camp near Homey 'a Teak, ar ming there by a different route on tbe Cth. On the morning of tbe 7th tbe expedition began its march nort...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 September 1874

Ul Terms of I3ublication. Tt5 Soners-t Herald -V. 'FiF : . -..iM.'-cd every Wcanesotj Morning a.-00 nnstim, if paid In aJvanr.c;otb.crwi will invariably be chtrgcd. N . ,u'.cripun will be ..sconti-uod una! allar-,ir--c'arcpai P- Postmaster neglecting to oo-lfr ui when ubseriber do not take out their will 1 held liable for tbe eubcriptlo. ''U'.wrlhcr reioi; from one Poetofee to an-t.-r should K'Te us tb name th f0Tmer M w the IxoKBt office. A Jdref amer-set Frinting Company, JOHN I. SCULL, Business Manager. Bu intss Cardt, mmr w POSTLETHWAITE. ATTORNEY . at Law. boineret. Pa- Pmiesdunal busi ness re.-p 1 lo .v'.luiiy solicited and punctually attend- F.J KOOSER. ATTOENET AT LAW, Somerset, Fcnna. 7ALENTIXE HAT, ATTORNEY! LAW V and denier in real estate. Soinep-ct. ,u attend to all bui-iness entrusted t'J ia.ir promptness Mil ndolity. ,-,,, h KOOXTZ, ATTORNEY AT 1V'.LUAM 11 - 1 ,,. -,,i1Mvel,r,m.lltton- I Uw. somtwi. - - - . Somerset louse Row. AW NOTICE. Alexander n- CorTroth has I i r...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 September 1874

i I 1 i The SomeKeteraM. WEPKKSDAY. jJif ptetnbcr fcWTi. Republican State Ticket TCa JVPGE OF BCrBEME COVET. EDWARD M. TAXSON, uf riiladelplia. rOB UEVTESANT GOVERNOR. ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, of Potter County. - - - FOB AUPITOE GENERAL.. HARRISON ALLEN, - " ".'l'."of Warren county. FOR SECRTEABt OF ISXEKSAL AFFAIRS ROBERT B. BEATn, V- of Schuylkill County. Kcpublicari County Ticket CONGRESS. S.Hcct to decision of District Conferee- W. II. KOONTZ. gTATE SENATE. n. p. yutzy. ASSEMELT. Wm. expsley. JOSEril D. MILLER. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. james l. rrcn. . COMMISSIONER. OLIVER W. 130VER- roou Viol'se director. SAMUEL TRENT. AVD1TOR, DANIEL S. MILLER. COUNTY SURVEYOR. JONATHAN II. FRITZ. To the Farmers. many thsnkTfoTTnT lllieral trimr of e year, w.gain " orserv'cc a. BXJTTEK Commission Merchants TO THE Dairymen or the Glades. Ve nave a very large and m(Teiing BUTTER TRADE, - SatisfictiDn to. cur Supers , .elite at Llgn prices: and will always send Sales and Check liladea, we remain Rcspec'lfnil...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 September 1874

j , r Established 1850. J. Gr. UTTER COJMISSIOIT HOtTSB, 75 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIL10EB, MD. , , tji cards f.T marking kCL'S can 1 had at Solicit? e-nsignme-ni ol Butter and Pro. uce .nfuS,, application. - i all the iwiwipal Hurts lu tlic county or will be torwariebyiaaiio" n . "B7lookelSTice & Co., 33 U T com MISSION 54 SOUTH icR (winitmn it Hull Wi i ftfERCHAflTS AFJD DAIRYFslEFJ prompt sales in.l Che K lor procro-. -Shipping cards torwiir i rvi ni ujiuivi w Kennard & BUT COMMISSION NO. 83 EXCHANGE PLACE, 13 ALTiaiORE, MD., SOLICIT LIBERAL nr-. tt r n The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY.""- - - .Scptfinlerie.tS7 III I'. IAUI.KR. oscitf et & n:sitaL roiNT nMixi.AD. Oil, an 1 after run as follow: Vlu.ll I-lii. Miii! West M..n lay, July 'l,1 li7-)' 'r"lns wU auRivi. ...10:15 a. K. I2 ai . .S to 1. m. f' M P- m- W. F. ALTFATHKK. Ocn'.-l. bupt. P. W. k. B. K. K. pass miskrax roisT. xprcss Lust.. Express West. Mall East Mail West ..ll-.3i p. zn. 4:21 a. in. 12:uS p. m. 4 50 p. m. ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 September 1874

an Wben n nimal moves certain muscles are contracted. When the motionB are very active end great force is exerted, as wben ft draft animal works, these contractions are severe and extensive. One of the conditions of animal life is, that wben the fibers cf which every muscle consists are contracted and the muscles set into motion, a certain portion of the sub stance of these libers and consequent ly or the muscle, is wasted, or used op, or disorganized; for all these terms are equivalent ones in this sense. A portion of the living tex ture of the muscle dies, and is chang ed into lifeless, dead, effete matter, just as though so much of it had 'cn consumed ia a fire or subjected t J the . destructive action of corosive acids .ivi;.a The ehatfired dead mat ter undergoes a chemical conversiou hv means of the blood which con- etantlr circulates through the minute omiiiiirr vessels which connect the arteries with the Teins. The blood, loaded with the products of this dead matter, passes t...

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 September 1874

n tin i ii i 'iii iii i tiii i r inn mn nrrnm" mir ii 'jn n 'J ! 1 '1 i 0 t. 1 Terms of Publication. Tfcs Ssasrset Herald pushed ever, Wlelr.r M V Jr annum. If 1-M " aJraiKeiothcrwi M will loTartablj l charged- , .ill l:-x.uuuue-l uotil a.iar- rearagesarepal -p. Postmasters ot-glcc.lngU, , o u" subscriber, do ot U. .t telr 1De"rs riU be held liable fur the subscription. P iabiberi removta from one Postofiee to an- her ibould (tire ni the name of the former as well as the pre01 offle'- A'1" Somerset Printing Company, JOHN L SCCLL, Bnnnesi Manager. Business Cards, ,,r H V(PTI.ETHWAITE. ATTORNEY V ... L Ha- Fmllonl tnl- tiess resjecUullT soUcit' " .ii.i. 1 r.,in.-tnill tlTl,l- d to J. KOOSER, ATTORNEY AT LAW, fAI-EXTIXE HAT. ATTORNEY A TfcAW and dealer In real estate, ht;roercare with atlena to au iranura u la-ly. rimitnc9f and lulelujr. iTKlRXET AT ( Lw. hoiuc-rseU P-. "if. .Jfe ln iomerset luo t business entree"" i irtioe In Printing and the adjuring d"" iiutise Kow. IJ i-il. Oonroth...

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 September 1874

a a a imvy i,e gr,;:.t EtniKnj tour ia W.o upfC. ji-t.-euiarrs or th late TllO SOIliOiObt J i.61dld.:lrcra -v:s Eti-pin- tour ia tho upp ------- " : '-'parishes. Three or four 1-oxca? wot WEDNESDAY, - - - - S,.lca.!r lT . , . j ( tt ,arf frcm nan of tt Republican Stale Ticket.!;, cw lors steamers, n'tii ".v. .... . , . ,-. cd -Ladies and :d:cscs' chocs.": t:ti:et la.ciy r.o.iiiaaico. tw - -cl frcw the pro-! The committee tLfa retire J, ami j iag. ii Itoaxratte Con-! reported Uic result of their inU -.view t weive. f.to lue metrics, iuc pi- -t-" ;vcr.tiua ia t be neighborly Sta oi, ftdvt j M g0 home, got their: Arkansas. 1 be ucniocrau: c""c sri23 sisd suaiuaiWD aau rti.2111 to. J CtSESfc liiU M tiUV inv( ...... --Brirainwiif'TMTiiir-rii ' i I ' I ;!?$. Hi!! be e.anized at 'ma le for vacancies by casual tie?, ex-, its proper Held. What comb.catioas' small stocks, rerv siaall, but the iniratioti of enlistments and privates '. could cot Mich a genius effoet in ury ; i eft. far, is only...

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 September 1874

u - stablished 185 j. G. HARVEY & CO., BTJTTEH COMMISSION" HOtTSE, 75 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE, MD. . i. r. tiiail'lnv kpirll u& lie h1 &l .1 the nric'ipal siore ia the county or will be forward r ilieii? eoit!-.t : . i .i n.irM in theeoumvorwili ie Kcniiard & COM MISSION MERCHANTS NO. 83 EXCHANGE PLACE, BYLTIMOllli:, MD., WE HATE A LARGE TUADE FUR GLADES BUTTER, rivnrrTiiTHKm 1VTFKFTTO SHIP TO VS. AVETROM1SE BETUHNS A mi mV-K a" 72'Jasi VeYuttek is sou., and will .make libi.kalad- VaVdS C 'aVbE UBT ATS LI.AT EXPRESS OFFICES, sopti The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. . - - September 23, IK TIME TABLES. ONKIDiLT k MIJIKKAL POIBTT RAILROAD. ( 1.1. ami niter Monday, July 7th, 1S73. trains wil cd as I.i.io s LEA VIC ARRIVE. Muil Ea! X..U WcM 10:15 a. m. I-m, . ..S 00 p. m. 30 p. m. V. F. ALTFATHER, Oeu'rl. Supt. p. W. k. B. H. R.-rAM iKBUiLraiT. E ipm-t East. Express West. Mail East M i II West . .11:38 p. m. .. (21 a, m. ..12:02 p. tn. .. 4 50 p. m. , . m m , '11 Pittsburg...

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 September 1874

,i mini is,' i Lps i u W-L as' Eytle late ect of Congress ex empting tLc earnings of Savings Banks from tnxation many millions of dollars ore saved for tic deposi tor ia tbese institutions. Sanngs Bants chattered opon the mutual; principle are now exempt from al taxation. FaTings Banks receiving and invesainjr money for the exclu sive benefit of the depositors (consist ing largely of the laboring classes) re considered beneficent institutions ; and in recognizing their meritorious objects and operations it las been deemed only just and gropcr that no taxes fehouM be levied upon their funds. This law in their favor is of great consequence to Saving Banks, Baring for their depositors an immense mm of money. Before the passago of the late act single Savings Bank in ew York was compelled to pJ.&t one time fclOOO tax on net earnings. The Dollar Savings Back of Pitts burgh paid, in 182, $5,356. As an exampl. of the great paving made for these Institutions through their exemption from ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 September 1874

.J"iJJ"!!mild9tn Tcrws of lublication. The Somerset Herald 1 ublibol every Wednesday Monilr.s per annum, If p m "- - will Invariably 1 charged. No sulocriptioo wilH discontinued onlil a.l ar rearages pat op. Postmasters neglecting to notify m when subscribers do not takeout their inert wM be held liable for the suliscrtptlon. Subscriber, removing from one Postofnee to an ther should Five ns the name of the former as well a, the present office. Address Somerset Printing Company, JOHN L SCCLJU, Easiness Manager. Buzinezs Card, r H lKSTLITHWAITE, ATTORNEY W . h Ijiw. Somerset, Pa I'rol.tfdonal busi ness reictlully solicited and punctually n.Wnd d to F.J KOOSJER. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Somerset, I'cnna. irll.rs'TIXE HAY ATTORNEY AT LAW V and dealer tn real estate, Somerset, !'-. attend to all bucinss enlnuled to bif care iw in promptness and nachty. . li-ly. 117 ILL1AM K. KOOXTZ, ATTOKEY AT Law. Somerset, Pa will J'i 4.,i luitifw... ntruieil to " 'J . .'. nnd the adjoining counties, d'juw Kow...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 September 1874

;iBaiaEaaw2rfeW The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. - - - STnbrrI4 Republican State Ticket. rcn .u nr.E or sitkeme copht. EIV.YAItP M. I'ANSON, cf rh::adolnL:a. K-iR LIEUTENANT V.OVF.RSftR. AHTIHTv G. OLMSTEn, of Peitir County. FOE AILI70R GENERAL HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren county. Ia HECItTEAET Of INTERNAL AIT AIUS ROBEUT I. BEATIT, of ScbuTlkill County. Republican County Ticket. CONGRESS, to .Ipfifirn i f District C;:ircnco. VT. II. KOONTZ. STATE SENATE. hub:ect to of Distri.l deference. E. D. YUTZY. ASSr.MRLT. Wm. ENoSLEY. JOSEPH B. MILLER. M STRICT ATTORNEV. JAMES L. PUUlI. COMMISSIONER. OLIVER W. BOYER. roon aovss SAMUEL HSECTfK. TRENT. auditor. DANIEL S. MILLER. COUNTY SURVEYOR. JONATHAN H. FRITZ. To the Farmers. i' r ii manr tliank' f"T t the literal pu retire of l.iM J ir, we i-ult t.n. . BUTTER Commission Merchants TJTHE Dairymca of the Glades. We ha a Trj lirte and biireafintf BUTTER TRADE, anl liavlns eTerr fa-lliiv fr IiVTTin U a'ivanUtrc, we ean nr-iK oarst lvcs tu give Satl...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 September 1874

4 ! i ! Established 1850. HARVEY & CO., J. G. IBTTTTIEIR, COKISSION HOUSE, 75 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMOKE, MD. S .licit consignment of Butter and rluc generally R' "' cTi". .,; r.ncii.l siorcs la the county or Willi lorwarded by mail on !" . Keimard & COMMISSION MERCHANTS, NO. 83 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTDIORE, MD., WE HAVE ALAKGETBADE FOR G-LADES BUTTER, , -Tric IVTVBV9T Tf M11PTOVS WEI'KIIMISK RETVIIXS V1 l'l l Y lV K ' K S Sou N AS TH L BUT I Ell S'sOU.l WILL MAKE UKEUAL Al Xfil?l feuVriAT EXPEESS OFFICES. . The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. . Septemlier S3. 187 TIME TABLES- B..Mi:URET A K1SEUAL r()lT RAILROAD. On, and after Monday, July 7th, 1873, trains wil an nf ..iiis ARRIVC. 12 m, 4:30 p. m. ALT FATHER, iK-n'rL Supt. m VM't W: " M,il Wc.-i 3 00 p.m. W. F. . V. k 11. K. B.-riU ikiiaL TOIT. .. . lias p. ra ta ai-- -- Esprcss West Mail East Mail . t:21 a. .12:02 p. . M p. m. Pittsburgh & Cpzmellsvills RAILROAD. JiitsM f asMitoi & Baltimore "SHORT T-.ITTE-" ALTERATION OF ...

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. — 30 September 1874

LT-rs Ibr It r.tmfars the swain -Iocs Lu.-ir.css ia a 1'ourtlilrcct t-tore, and M many minor a rcoin pi laments adds tbe pos sesion off oft dark ercs, and Sf" nut locks tLat part iu the middle. When it is said tbat Le wears a Hue necktie, ia elaborate r-tyie, aad re joices in a mustache whose careful cultivation has awakened his most prayerful solicitude the list of his faci'natior.s are complete. The young lady is all your imagination can paint her; lovely, bewitching tmd divine. Such a befnjr, indeed, as the inter esting Adonis we Lave described could alone make Lis dulcina. But it appears that her father did not possess the Fame confidence in her lover as did the fair Amanda. Learn ing of the engagement he locked her tip, and forbade the youth the bouse. Lest ehe should evade Lis vigilance her 8pparel was removed and the gentle Amanda was left in the rcca gcrest dishabille to brood in maiden meditation over the trite but opposite conclusica "that the course cf true love sever did...

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. — 7 October 1874

RH Terms of Publication. The Scaersct Herald ,.hd every Wednesday Morning al2 00 NOtaJ rT up. Postmaster, neglecting to f8 '. wbcn .u&m. d - Uk. out tbelr ' ' y Van held - ,ur the rlon- p wUl b frum Pos,cc to an- Somerset Printing Company, JOH.N L SCjCLL, u9lness Manager. Entities Gird, d to F. ? J.KOOSKK, .TLW. " Somerset, Penna. KVT1NE HAY. ATTORN EY AT LAW promptness ami BdelllJ. JZ-' 7l7LLlAM U. litWSTWRNKV T Law. Somerset, Fa., will rlv. "W, louu business entrusted to '' J,rmlllIg and tne adjoining counties, o.nee jy 6 lf douse Kow. .... u Coffn.th ha." T AW NOTICE.-A1M r s ,m(.r.(.t B11,i I J rwuiofJ t" pr7''- jUm.u.,!h lluilding. djninlng counties. -llv let). lis, "it- T OH O erse: ic. Oitire in Mammoth building, jan. 1, '70. il" J fc H. L. BAKU. ATTORNEYS AT LA', Somerset, I'1"" In 8n- aAjwwt counties n ! Vto rusted to theni will be promptly attended to. aug. W-ly IV. LAW, Somerset, Pa. O.hce .'uiy. block. JOHN O. KIMM:U ATJORNEY AT WW, rust ki l" 1,1 mot & lil'jck. ...

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. — 7 October 1874

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY. - - . October T. 1171. Republican State Ticket. FOR JVDGE OF grPEEME COURT. EDWARP M. TAXSON, if rbiladclpLift- FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. ARTHUR G. OLMSTED, of Totter County. FOR ACPITOR GENERAL. IIARUISOX ALLEN, of Warren county. TOR 6ECRTERT OF INTERNAL AFFAIRS ROBERT B. BEATII, of Scbajlkill County. Republican County Ticket. CONGRESS. 8uhj to aXUk of District Conference. W. H. KOONTZ. KTATE SENATK. K.P. YUTZ1. ASgEMBLT. Wm. exdsley. JOSEm D. MILLER. DISTRICT ATTORNEY. james l. rucn. COMMISSIONER. OLIVER W. BOYER. POOR nOCSE DIRECTOR. SAMUEL TUEXT. ArriTOR. DANIEL S.MILLER. COCNTY 6CRVEYOR. JOXATnAX II. FRITZ. To the Farmers. last year, ". BUTTER Commission Merchants TO THE Dairymen of the Glades. We hurt a very Urce and Increasln f BUTTER TRADE, SatisMoa to our SMppsrs , .ellln at high price; and wtUalwey. 1 Sales and Check as soon is tbe BITTER l "If HT'n"r0. "rveTarJe shipment. f til U lades, we remain Respectfully t. Keanard & (hdeshys, Batte...

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