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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 18 September 1872

UL of publication. Tb Ssaersst Herald t Vvuinc at 2 " I-I"""11:,. araare: other.-' iw:3 7 l 'di-oeunaw anui u ar be held , Purtffll, u, aa- iSa'jgcriberi It"u"tf of tbe former aa wtU u the present " Somerset Printing Company, I JOHN L MIL, Bn-iness Manager. JittKtt Otxrdt, , " MEL wl eonttau to practice 1 Vtr 2 ITtST at th. oid . "-'L- i HoUS. - rr:. u v-,ivtz. attorney AT Minima . i 77Vr.H bAKEB ??? 1) -mt, udc wr west of tbJr- J -K vrtiEK permanently located i J 1 I c fe7b7prcti of hi. proirwrion.- I .LL.S CAmri- kn-r . .lore. . 'Ta-lf- " . , u I al 1 in Somerset aad I LwiS-M CUntie. . i rt ..... . wm . - k ', . Pa. Otti U resideoc of i - ', A. J. toibum. an, lily. sLEVTINEHAT. ATTtmNET AT LAW idralerin realestnie. Somerset, Pn wtU ' , u, ad buivx entrusted to hi care with j r .ILp.Uw . l ' j. n i. paca. w. - - LAW. Sonrrt. Pm.. itk In soB- " ;. Ail ballDCM en- iU t rrunI"1 ' li-iy. !l .. .. , v.i t .ivs. I'ENTIST. S.iwri Pa. u U'lrl part f aU. P,'"1'?- j ,; o at .u u b. i-nJ Ar-U...

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. — 18 September 1872

The Somerset Herald WEDNESDAY, - - ScrmtBni IS, MTX a 4TION At. atEFlBLICAN TICKET. FOR rBKSlDHST, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOtt VICE PRESIDENT, HENUY W. WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. REft'DLIC AX KTATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR, J. Y. IIAUTKAXFT, of Montgomery FOB PUPBEME JUDGE, ULYSSES MEUCUR, of Bradford. FOB AVPITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren. FOB CONGRESSMEN AT LARGE, GLENI V. SCHOFIELD, of Erie. CHARLES ALBRIGHT, of Carbon. TELEOATES AT LABGE TO THE CONSTI TUTIONAL CONVENTION, YYM. M. MEREDITH, Philadelphia. J. GILL1NGHAM FELT, Phil. GEN. HARRY WHITE, Indiana. GEN. WM. LILLY. Carbon. I j. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuylkill. II. X. M'ALLISTER, Center. WILLIAM DAVIS, Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS. Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne. ; EO. V. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAVID X. WHITE, Allegheny. W. H. AIKEN, Leiiipii. JOHN II. WALKER, Erie. COfSTY NOMINATIONS. FOB CONGBESS, HON. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford. FOR SENATE, E. D. YUTZY, Lower Turkeyfoot. Subject to the decision of the District Cuofcrence...

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. — 18 September 1872

u Ha scptraaUr 1R, is"- j l' K-p I u " " !.. W liitc Lean lr niic ,j.U'" J'n'r ! ... mid rliis rut to any . ('IAea oi ao r..- , ... ( hardware store. ... liU n-vrr s rough, iiiiiKirtrd I v.. ...Jv. ctv.tfU "r i u n-j"ai Mr?n s 8,","rv- i rur km, tub ...it Ict-acts. mr 3tc.. 1 a lavii li- 4,X,Gall..,,rUrcI.m--ll U sale a.....'.. 'a l)nii'"rt' 1 al al C. F. llU-nuI ii ! i-t it and fruit J" . . , iind ("oI.tc. Brushes, &c, lor sale , p.iie e lug pt-re. j ..;il.r tliriiikliiT or luirw V.it can i'u " , - nrte!v at the SHm-ruet Foundry. jCOoO Choi. C igars tor sale at I eople s j riif Ni're. s C. cJkits, oat meal and cracked heal j ilie Live uroccrj. ... r-LKiKr S.Li Water, onlv Lve 'r.-T receivi-d at Davis A: Urfte. a sj.k-a-, ,1 ;.k of to1. w cigars. 1 YE Lave now on hand a large up ly of 3. , ....i.. vn.l tndjnient notes. ! Uanks and judgment notes. " , , - .1 I One of the stor ks oi wrup, in lue 1 jKEn lt mm. uut mi-ilons anil tunic- j JSuli"'" . oSi l"lfo. j ij mui; " fc,nui uir ...

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. — 18 September 1872

ProBt f Paltrr From the Crcrmantnwn Telegraph. Farming to bo profitable needs care in pianmnjr and judgment in cuitiva tiou. Some crops are usually paying ones, others occasionally. I oultry can be depended on. The moat sue- essfui years will double tbe capital, the least profitable ones will ensure at least one-bait advance. To insure success hare at least fire acres ofland for a yard, a hundred fowls to an acre. With this number of acres the fowls will not realize that they are Miut up. In fact they are not; still they arc limited. Tlow tbe ground a number of times in a rear, sow dif ferent kinds of erain for the use of the fowls; they will t at it as it grows up, and it will satisfy a want they have. For feed I should confine them to corn. It is tbe mo&t Lealthr and the fowls will be more cleanly. Give them a chance to hare water, sand, ravel, lime and other materials as . common tense will dictate. The best way to use lime is to make it into very coarse mortar. Keep corn by ...

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. — 25 September 1872

i - Publico uoi j. ks Sosisrsst Herald f v"c,neJ"T Morning - "'Tnail in '!'"'--'': "!lorwl', hi. mini, n I 11 irnin? at 2 (l0 ! utmi. ii 1 fclT!i.t ' 1 ,,i0ll,,,Urs l-tlnK to "'rlaWHO.. not .,Wo.;u,..,.-.r V"1 . - ,.n oil'' lOSIOaieV IW - iI.tj r'-m f t;,f f,,n,.r an 1 ill. 1' f iit ni.v i il ft kJvAll u 1 ioU lb Herald )merset I 1.. M I . .1 t ,!.. .-I'.H" :l f 1.1.1 A 11 1 i..,.:!ief- 11:. ini- ' Ad.irw. ESTABLISHED, 18 2 7 Printing Company, JOHN I. SCI LL, Hiimik'H Manager. I v,-.i 1.1. wl'l continue to practice 1. liiK itrolcsi-'ioiial servi- . . ,.f Somerset and Fa7r.m11.lina ! r . .1 iiiacr. VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY,. SEPTEMBER 25.1872. NO. 15. JtirIican HARDWARE. n.'v. UiMCrllitiiPOUA. niOLESALE I'litru ...'.iiiti.K- KH)NT. ATTORNEY' AT j " ? ... -in ,.Ke i.roinnt attcn- ; t-4'. I . i.,...r.t 1 41 M to ins !.- ... .- -- - j 4 irtlOC Ill ." "' i jy 6-11. I ... ,,, , irvkl U tenders ins pro.o.. . . H. Hl.1 ,"v?:' ,, t Somerset and vteiu- ,5 n .- - " '; " ',',', .Lr we...

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. — 25 September 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, 6crmiBcs tt, 1872 4TIOSALKi:ri BLI AH TICKET. ruK rREMHEXT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, Of ILLINOIS, roa VICE TBEHIDBNT, HENRY W. WILSON, Of MASSACHUSETTS Rrrrni.irAJt ktate ticket. fob oovernor, J. F. lIARTRANFT.of Moutjfoim-rv ' FOR SUPREME JUDGE, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford. FOR At" PI TOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren. FOR OONORECSMEN AT LARGE, (Jon. LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland. GLENI W. SCIIOFIELD, of Erie. CHARLES ALRRIGIIT, of Carbon. DELEOATSri AT LABUE TO T11E COSrTI Tl'TIONAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. GILLINGIIAM FELT, I'hila. GEN. HARRYWIIITE, Indiana. (JEN. WM. LILLY, Carbon. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuylkill. H. X. M'ALLISTER, Center. W. H. ARMSTRONG, of Lvconiing. WILLIAM DAY1S, Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne. GEO. Y. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAVID X. WHITE, Allegheny. W. H. AIKEN, Lehigh. JOHN H. WALKER, Eric. -ointt xm i nations. FOR CONGRESS, HON. JOHN CESSNA, of Bedford. FOR SENATE, E. D. YUTZY, Lower T...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 25 September 1872

r Somerset Herald.! tP'.lt Scpti'tni ...r.lt I:ivis. t a-'i.ct.-. : Pros. rif Sx. i i 1 J jt week vi' wire o crowded with BiTTFn U lieiin shipta-d to the eastern I'rms a, Pa.( Sept. 10. Iiii5es mill nnr Iix'al ridtiiiin iiiieu ; cities tiy uie Aiums r-vpre ancni minis i iub ntn.ii.ii: ncimm a uput mm n'cwn" tli'it hall' was liTirottcn. It was our j place, ut tlie rate of one hundred kepi or j the kitchen breaks the silence, and Miss ;.,t.,.,'.;..n t.i return our thank. nmd heart aUut sixtv-f.ve hundred txiund per week, j Simplicity sticaks. She 19 aware, she says. 1 t, lt to the IVrliu liaml. for the dcliihtt'u. j '- that the world moves on, but as she h mov- i arren-iile 'mill t" tender Ilieill me inniiks , .scusnrr . etvisu m -.. ; iU m euou s sliui"'. mi iminrj i.it.i 1111- ..f the K. i-uliliean iniijr. fT the pxl um- irUr llltt a nmir of our citi ('. V. Kh'U.'f A 1' n (;i;lT-. o:it 1" I v.ni r . tii.-rit 1!ir.i-!:-rT Imr-c ti.SMerN.-t l'V.ui.iry. ii.l cr.ickiil heat f T ri- cl n...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 25 September 1872

hp trawl ijr Manure. I.'i p ine through tiie touutry wc soc imi. li nl t!;o mnr.nrc drawn out' ly'mir in Iiohjv ami it is apt to lie tbnv til! .tjtrina-. Will jtoojile never learn tin pvat error of treating ma nure in this way ? litre is tbe jtrin cij'le: Tale a lump of manure, ap ply it to tbe s.il. What comes in contact with tbe outside the ouly part tbat can come in contact will receive F-omi Wnefit from tbe manure; l)ut tbe ro-t, tbe greater part by far, reninins bound up in the lump. If on top of tbe pround, much of tbe M ron sib poets off; tbe atmosphere pets it; the rest poes into tbe soil immedi ately in contact with it, mating' this part of tbe land too rich, the other not ricu cnouirh. If tbe lump is bur ied, much tbe same is tbe. result, on ly tbe pround pets all the strenpth, but only that part coming in coutact with it and immediately lflnv it, thu pivinp tbe subsoil part which hboiild have pone into the soil above. It will 1 clearly Keen tbat this is an evil. This same...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 2 October 1872

UL Vorrn- ot 1 u Th3 Hsrald Vein-!. M.wiiins. atl a.: ram: otherwise t- heJ every if naid ,n inn"- - - , ,Drana!0 ' , ..wttawJ antl! , h-Tip !' ' f ,Im4.prl lectin to - " tak' ' h:.-ntn 1 MInt a the fonnersi VM the !' " T b5 voraa into con- Hie omeF set I somerset Printing Company, JOHX I. SCULL, Eb1- Manager. ESTABLISHED, 1827. VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER '2. 1872. i, if Card' Ilardirare. KIVMH. will witne to practice ,n I tender hi prolrsecsul -rrt- u -.. n"T- lilae re-.- . ,,.v illktiiVTZ. ATTORNEY AT HAliDAYAKE. hv c-untie. ,it. U. It u-. v. .1 K. ra.-e-i to bt or lu KktK tender hi pr.b-l'wial ; ui Nonicret nod vicin- i'.i a.. -f the Mar. : r jan. -.1. TO. v 'LL.KK ha permanently located : . r iU, ,'.rcu-e f bl pn-". Char!'- Kn.-iwt' ' MifCfllanrnv. 7"HOLESALE HARDWABE ASD CUTLERY. England & Bindley, nr.c TBADr. Han. B. ". Jlejcrr. !! rc-opcn-sl hi tnre a f Tl K.-M. zander H. '..Until ha et iaw in ncret ana thee ta the Recorder' ittiee. iv i ... l . mtiee in ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 2 October 1872

I: j V I The Somerset Herald. WED5ESDAT, October ltn ATIO!CAL at EPrBLICAS TICKET. roa PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOB VIC PRESIDENT, HENRY W. WILSON, Or SI APSACnUSETTS. BEPTBLirAS STATE TICKET. FOR GOVERNOR, J. F. HARTRANFT, of Montmorr FOR SUPREME JIPOE, ULYSSES MERCUR, of Bradford. FOR AVPITOR GENERAL, HARRISON ALLEN, of Warren. FOR CONGRESSMEN AT LARUE, Gen. LEMUEL TODD, Cumberland. ULENI W. SCHOFIELD, of Eric. CHARLES ALRRIGIIT.of Carbon. DELEGATES AT LARGE TO THE CONFTI TITIOXAL CONVENTION, WM. M. MEREDITH. Philadelphia. J. GILLINGHAM FELT, Thila. GEN. IIARRYWIIITE, Indiana. GEN. WM. LILLY, Carbon. L. BARTHOLOMEW, Schuylkill. II. N. M'ALLISTER, Center. W. II. ARMSTRONG, of Lvcominf. WILLIAM DAVIS, Monroe. JAMES REYNOLDS, Lancaster. SAMMUEL F. DIMMICK, Wayne. GEO. V. LAWRENCE, Washington. DAVID N. WHITE, Allegheny. W. II. AIKEN, Lehiffh. JOHN 11. WALKER, Erie. An immense meeting was held in Thiladclphia on Thursday evening last in pursuance of a call issued by se...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 2 October 1872

I The Somerset Herald. rr - inn. 3.000 KECS Of Butter Wanted.- . ,,1.I.-P.lvrl.i suit- Ve an tn V- , 7,. i, ,hr ij(-iiin.l!' of our'mm,M ,,t L 1 u i. f a.l i1 "' . , i sales at pond rricr- ' .,r,.mie early I ao I - - thank WT wniri i:h r ay. " r lilral.hipmentt. """'"xrranr. r BROOKE NYCE 4 CO., 154 SOUTH STREET, BALTlMUtt-L., mu. . rn 1 Lad t ail the ston-s. rtxe ci'i r vinopirit Davir 4 Bro. r.,,Tv tu'. buckets.to&kcts nipe 4c, "r- , h anied f- .r cash, at C i A Beer- j f 'L. iici.T. Sancmi Pa. ! Fi:t":Tr.il fruit jn at C F. t-K..ti A w! cm buv either a tura'.iier or uorse- ;;t the Somerset r ounurj . r,l:!T. ' ; nieal anl cracked heut .? the Live wr.rv ci at Davis & L.ns. a sjuen-: .'.ceco 4 cigar. j J; -T r-cr:' - 1 - 1 ..f n ' on umui a i;tit;e ruk'y- !.l;ii:k anJ judgment notes. Fif' ""'"I;5- aier meiioii aim eauie- : Illi Ki 1 liro.ii . irr.r'v fiur barrels for sale at the rv and frtsl st're of Cotik & Deerits, Smierset, ra.. f!.-k of Gent's undershirts, draw will...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 2 October 1872

FortheHnuixr.. CjrEATIOXK IX BF.E CI LITHE ASAWEKED. BT IL H. FLICK. W'h&l ia the best artificial food for Loos? In what way fchall I foed my lees? When is the best time to feed ? These arc Questions in a numWr of communications received durinjr the j best adapted to his mode of treat last four weks, and to answer all pri- nienL. Ybvti he is prepared to give i i a . v - - 1; I . r 1 if Taiciy, would tasie up too mucu wwvt. For the benefit of all, In this article. I will answer The past season has been unprofi table in the extreme for natural swarms. The weak condition of the colonies at the approach of Spring, and the unusuaUV cold weather during the two first months of Spring, retard rd the rearing of brood to such an extent that, on an average, colonies lucin oiirsi mumuf! wi ""'bi were unable to tiirowoa but medium swarms by the 10th of June, Most swarms issued durintr the latter iart of June and beginning of July, at'er f.T publishing them. I am not which time, for about a f...

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 October 1872

of Fnblicntion. Th3 Somerset Herald lay M-nilo' ta ,-ni-.i -. . . if mill in advau'-e: otherwise - ;1''',..i..-1 charged i.ntinucd unlil all ar-j ,uh. r.;.i' ..,,.-,.-- neglecting are I m no. . .. t . . ...im lii not take out w.r ... ii-n '"- ..' ... fr the subscription. U , ill be "" ' (piW we itflBce t ......n.-ra rem."'" nntnt 11 I. IV l"' " " . I, .ml, I 1! I v .stlicl-rc rset Printing Company, JOHN 1. Sl'VLL, liii-iius Manager. . . M. klMul. will continue to practice Vl.-'ii-'":-. .'.i'nncnwl and surrounding "iki.lc . -- ,, "k, K I.VTZ. ATI K X V. AT ',, ,.,,ners hi. l.n.t. fsl.m" it . a .. . - in .rit i.rotnm La , r.. eilll'" le.l to tin run . - - , Oitti-e in tins JHil jy & tf. ; .illUIL' fUlitiW. " ,mk!:ll tenders his profess lonal J Kn ,., tl - "Lc door west of t .tar. j a (lllice w ' Jan. it, ' r'n-'actice 'f Vis l-wl'""---- i -A .M'i" ' ,,, , i..w n Sonn-rivt and ittiikXKVS AT p . w ,.,...,-.-i. (.mi l. a l-l it.-. J - T ..f , i,A- 1 l -...limru. AT LAW .tKM - s.-. la...

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. — 9 October 1872

The Somerset HeralijSXiJf t WEDNESDAY, Ototwr a, .?- ATIX ALKErrBUCAX TICKET. FCE rMSlDIN'T, ULYSSES S. GRANT, F UUJIOta. TOE VICE TEtSirKXT, HENRY W. WILSON. orAAcnrtrT. Tni editor of this journal bas been en tbe stump for tbe last week, conse quently me are compelled to rely up on our scisMra for the amout of mat ter usually furnished by his pen. TBE EBTTATEEXT. The sUtemcnt of the public debt published by the U. S. Treasurer on the first day of October, shows that during the month of September near ly eleven millions ($11,000,000) of our national debt was paid. Is not this fact a more powerful argument in behalf of the election Gen. Grant, than all the speeches that were made during tho month? Tbe New York World declares that though supporting Mr. Greeley it should never be willing to trust the "Financial policy to bis uncontrolled guidance." "We have no faith," it says, "in bis financial wisdom, and we never had." And that is the kind of left-handed support the old man is receiv...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 9 October 1872

" W - -... 3.000 KECS Of Butter Wanted. j The apple trop In this county Is sirnpTy enormous. AnHe butter will be drn I on the market this w inter, and cider will 11 r i:hU dr n.-vfliin.? t'h.iirte no-Li. Bt,ii lt,j unit w n t ! apples are now filing at from 1 23 to (I 50 per tiarrei. Perhaps some of our younger residents are not aware that there is a penalty for defacing or destroying hand bills, notices. Ac W e haTe latc'ly bserred that a short ! -e"a .. 1 V : 1 1 1 V.., n.utiul 111 i uiuc aiurr iqc uiiis save imnru .au , . . . , 7- they are either badly defaced or torn. -'lug imminent is me supreme renieay Persons guilty of these practices must in future be careful. The companr by which the furnaces of oont Savace were Icawd trnm the Con solidation Coal Company hare commenced . nti..r tn inn. i nuttinc them in wontinz order, and ex- t W ' 'Inds of our immediate trade. ! pert to have two out of three of the fur- r-. .11 r.rmcrswno win euij w - , J - maw .. , nv.l nruv. I l .mise ca...

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. — 9 October 1872

"VSIfcil..Ai-'V r? at T" 'jr. FOOK RI.AXNtRlI AWfaETT. ET JAMES PAHTOX. Tlic life ami niisfortuuos of this man may at l'at serve to illustrate the homely old tayinir, that a fool and ins money arc soon janeu. jic w as the younger pon of an ancient and Komewhat wealthy Irish lanuiy, oi the afcaiinf ir TaT -" i lull i crl. r It mi ;-.! f wn c , V'i i " ." fxcame aefliiainieu vim me i.ian l.orn in Englund, while' ln parents : noI.iass,..t?. Already they were em wero visiting a friend in that country, ! Urra!WC,i for money," and were more in i;C.r. After tending the usual 1k- :aiixitus to soil theif estate than they nod at cstinimster school, in Lon-' , . pvor I)Wn l0 arillljro jt jnrr f. don, and at Trinity collepe, IuMin, lie was put to the study of law.aud in 1 Till .1-1 l.v. .. C. .Lurtf ...v, ..Vi..w woo tncuij-u. ;..- oiage, ucwas aamitteu to uie jriMi,, bar as a barrister. j e never practisi-a ins pro.e .. , . rnH.0t ,0 e,ireU Aaron I, at for he had no sooner completed Lis, Vmr 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. — 16 October 1872

1 v:-.-."UHnrion. rraakllsfr-Her t k I I' 1 ii J "1 liJi J fern 01 " i rfi3S:asisst Herald ; .lt. . h,y Mornin? at3 '" ' -t'il'in adranee; otherwise C , .TtfU.vj jtinmsl until ail ar- nefle-.lnijto ' ' iT".P'l .u-ri!ri Jo not take out tfcetr J "'l ,,,1 . u ,Me fcr the awbtertptl.'-. -s"-"1' -1 ,,.. m one ToWofflfw to an- r .i os t"1 S ' ., Address, T 1 omer Be -A. ID T j I- 1 11 "11 tlUR LL o ctune of the forme r M , 3 E S T A H L I S II E D, 1 8 3 7; printing Company, Jt IIN I. SCTLL, Uu-ioess Manager. VOL. XXL SOMERSET, PA.. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER "10:1872. NO. 18. Hard ware. IF J 1 t . l- t y I EL wi'l continue lo praeure .:. V : teivlers hn isr.rfeser.mal -rl-. .;,!' t m pu. ' " Q T. I, 1 .C h 1- "' .f v W ST , Lt. I'.. wul aire pr.-n.tH attrn V. .-.unties. Uttce la tJll HARDWARE. MLrellaneous. HAOTAIE MB (MEEY. Saved By a Hair. by a skillful detective, and sometimes siasni that the people went so far as :VK1-U ten-let b.; professbmal . .,,, ol S-mn-rsei o-1 Tli-io-'"v'c mt.!oor wcs...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 October 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, - . October 18, 1TZ &ATIOX 1L KEPrBLICAX TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, . ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRE8IDENT, IIEXRY W. WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ELECTORS. Adolj.h E. Bone. Leander M. Mortoa, John M. Thompson, Theodore Strung. William D. Forum, John Pajwmore. Joaepo A. Jlonham, Wiliam J. Oolcgwe, Marcos A. Daria, Jesse M prill. Oeonre Morrison Ooatca, HenrrOrtady, Henry liomm. Kobert Hell. Theodore M. Wilson, Jas;er M. Thomson, John M. Hrootnall, ln Frsrer. Francis Shroder, (feorge M. Andrews, Mark H. Richards, Henrr Llord, Kdward H. Ureen, John J. olllesple, Dartd K. Shoemaker. Jtmn Patterson, Daniel K. Miller. John W. Wallace. Chariot a Boyd. THE CHEAT VICTOR V. TnE magnificent victory won ly the Republicans of Pennsylrania on Tuesday of last week was a perfect Appomattox to tbe enemy. The bat tle was fierce and prolonged, stoutly fought and superbly won. Pennsyl vania Republicans have good cause to be proud of their great achievnient. We...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 October 1872

u t he Somerset Herald. October IS ITS. 3.000 KECS i Butter Wanted. t i Oru rnial friend Joshua Ilarrrr, Esq., I There an? thousands of people in this! At this wonderful iwst on Colonel! itn our u.Jt, ik!o;; m Jollj aua nunf iuu uuuu.cixvi uur o a rwui'ra rcyicy s piace, uiuu5au5 anu luouanas h;lrtv c ever, lie will no doubt, as be ''mho in their earliest infkner lisjuil the : pigeons have been nisrbtlv captured by ' a H ArtAVXL7 . 1. ... .rw mmrnlc f A'rrw.fv mi i ma tf VfulVn 4 1, a.. m Krt. ' -wioi nl Kaw-o j-.... In-j a n,l I-. ! i-m'j ' V'l .- ' .:- Hi'ix. .iw - ; i x i-t j c- ii r a - " J Sr-fT. wu UU . IU1 U whUSa -"- 9 a 11U .UUn, VUC-Q US1 LMZ3 hri :r, n-iw-tlicrhonse raskes quicker and ' never l-Tan iatnut thought there wua ; After nightfall a person can go among the j j, rr"u' ' , t k I 'I . s. a A -A A. . -" an -V a KU rUV -. ISSAl'A.V -.'a tI7 HU4 I.'VI ' m AI IU "J IUV IU1 ISA Ul a i Co AVw AJccrtisenwnU. Xac Arrerliecmevtt. Xtw AdvtrtUcmenU. I Adrertiteirumla. O. W. B...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 16 October 1872

Tlaraa Feed. For horse feed, Indian corn pos sesses all the elements of warmth and nutrition, and is well calculated to supply the wear and the tear of the mem of the hardest worked horse, and keep him in a healthy condition, without any assistance from oats; but the usual addition of hay should be allowed to horses, whatever be the feed that is in use. By a reference to the analysis of corn, it will be ob served that there is a little loss from woody fiber or other inert substances. It is this principle contained in corn that it is to be modified and correctea as a feed, and not to bo added to by a greater concentration of nutritive matter; or in other words, add to the corn materials that do not contain, or at least, but in a small degree, those powerful constituents that charac terise Indian corn; and for this pur ose we will recommend that the corn be in minute division, or ground into meal, to insure a greater diffusion in the stomach, and less concentration than would result b...

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