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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 23 October 1872

form-5 oi j Ti; Ssrsst Hsrald TTf'n-!T M-wab-ig tCe Jred .p. r- name lb MB" Of IM lormee I Ine MO SU Will K BVI . -Tiber W the prterat Somerset 0L ic o H ST; RLIS TIED, 1 8 Q 7. 53tners;t Printing Company. john l srnx Bnsineas V.anasrr. r ..... v h 1 ... - cirset. P. ! cit. B Lw - i ... -re IB 1 iBU) rBM r '-V:' K ; 11. Bf ft V. u VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY. 0CT015E1. -23. 187-2. XO. H. Hardware. viVVEL will contitioe so practice . an-i letters his protfWeiol Beret - - .- . .11 urruaaaina' I" . Tl :e H : rmvTZ. ATTORNEY AT . ciTt. i-. ' - i"7; . ... IB sBer HARDWAKE. MLxrllanfouA. something ITto a ewooai from Lis sued'., required some Lundreds of , bad gone sooth of the city, rid we stairs into Mr. Will ws chain? rtT. TOnX D I BERT Jt CO., )0 rot bim uo stairs to our own room 1 me Harrr, roa haven't kis- NO. 210 MAIN STREET, JOHNSTOWN, P E X N' A where f :r some davs he lav ia a state . :f feebleness, which seemed t.uie ii i vv s m4"' profreaMmal '.. . S.1BWW end WTCltt- """...

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 October 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, . October 23, 1873. Jl ATIOSALBE pfBLItiS TICKET. tOR rRKBTDINT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, or Illinois. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HENRY TV. WILSON, OF MASSACHCf ETT8. ELECTORS. Adnlph F Borle,' John M. Thomjwon, William D. Korten, J oerph A. Hon ham. I scantier M. Korton, Theodore Strong. John Psssmore, William J.OotPfTOTB, Marcus A. mvu. Jesse Alerlll. treorge Morrison Oostes, Henry Ma-iy, Henry Humm. kfltwrt Hell. Theodore M. Vll-, John M. HroomaJl, f rands Shrorter, Mark It. Klchar.lt, t lward H. Oreen. lavld K. Shoemaker, Jasper M. Tborn son, 1mm FrascT. Ueonre M. Andrews. Henry Lloyd, John J. Ulllesple, James Patterson, John W. Wallace. liaolelK. Miller. Charles; C Uoyd. 11 Sll THINGS. A beaten foe should never be al lowed to rest, gather up its stragglers, and reform its lines. Grant's terse command "Push things" is as politic, and as applicable in politics, as in war. "Forward" is the word. In the natural exultation over our great victory of the 8th, we must...

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 October 1872

u the Somerset Herald, f T Si l-7 -c, A. Xj u(!LL BE HELD AT iv T"'iiatr, October 31-t, ,A. 1- .-,1 E-VTK AT C'VtWK'K. P. 51 . i ,t t . 1 -p ,,islcri:h. arc ep-ctefi to i J '-.--s meet in . and other . . will 1 in a'cnktiec. will furnish music fr L, f GKAXT and WIL5' X. r .;i-J toachanre inonrpres aa 1 staVae monetary fvCi-ms, prf-s.-nt and hear the istuc ifk rdi, ia your eirencr.li, a i-.t. ".h, and let us have an D. METER C'Lirra Co. Cof.nii'.'.ff. 3,000 KECS I . . TIT j Jl Jf gutter w anLea. jr.: f 'vii-1 B.iv- r to :-r;p-, is of our inini"1.Ut trtde, VTf ho will t-L'.p to us, we ariv fa' ps at pJ priefs. :ks ;' t frmtT jw.ronaje, r.-ur l:'-rJ "Lij'tLnnts. !ul:v, ic, B.EROOKE NYCE&CO., k SOUTH STREET, BALTIMORE, MD. .- us 1 Lad at ail ti-eKore. e cmt vin-.rarat Pavis A. Er. jrkeys arc a. ready Jay airs. putting V. I tueb-.r.rLiv dys hive consc ! cvet ani f aiaz old pije. -v -x-t '. f-,r t-a. h. at C.k & Z ' - rv. S-merset. Pa. s';.j2 of our public Scb-'a ! V -r. ;v t nh 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. — 23 October 1872

KECOSCILIATIOX. . The inspired writers have taught us how beautiful it is for brethren to dwell together in unity. Three years ago and more President Grant con cluded a great State apcr "viih the declaration "Let us have peace," thus giving an intimation of the spirit which would control his Administra tion. A few weeks since Horace Greeley, in accepting the nomination for Presidency, as if also inspired by the gosjiel of peace, expressed the same sentiment, in less elegant phrase, when he said let us "Shake hands over the bloody chasm." His Liber al supporters tell us it is time, seven years from the close of the war for the Union, to end all strife growing out of that bloody conflict, and to adopt measures of conciliation and concord. All of this is so much in harmony with the lesons taught by the Saviour from the Mount, such as "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall find mercy ;" "Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall see Gon," as to hardly fail in charming the Christian...

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. — 30 October 1872

LIL inns of i-'u DUCil M-mint" at at: oo o:berwiae 40 V riaonur.ei nf ;.,t do take t their i, ut the paiiacripu-. ir b one P otoS'e to an- i wi. -i vi nr". , ,h. ft- M af J "" I lie omer set era ,1c ft S T A I1LISIIED, Uersel Priating Company, 1 8 SI 7. . W..f L SVLL, VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1S72. NO. 20. Ilardirare. ba R M V IX .'i r av.inti t- u... BC. e. ; K'HINTZ. ATTt'KNEY AT ,. s.ar-l an 1 Ti'in- " " n- a. Tu. ' I'ti ;-nuET.i:y 1 ..-ated 't.-:i- prvi"i. HARDWARE. JOBS KHtT. joes n Boaters. . CO., ! v :t; Jn P. Blynygr Hap rcint J Hi r.cre a 11. vfir.-.a fcaf taw Li, .mtrfot .Lit-'i.N. ATTt.SXtYS AT .... I'j. itru.-e mr-H w kiijt. lily. VV ATH'ENKY AT LAW a-.n.f a ruKol lo Li cart .'.u ni-.j-.j. Ug. Urlj. ATTK"tYS AT Few Doors Above the Old Stand, A I ( fir? W ) if exmrnam ri1 IrlmJ 1 full li Xlardware of Every Description, TOIIX DIBERT & ' XO. 240 MAIX STREET, IjOHNSTOWX, r E " X A . i 1 V, rll Dra ftf nre-AkXiit in T1 partf of tb I'cl- j Sixt aryj ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 October 1872

The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, October 30, SiriOXALREPIBUCASTIfKIT. FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. TOU VICE PRESIDENT, HENRY W. WILSON, OF MAr-SAClU'SETTS. Adolph F.. Boric," John M. Thompson. V illiam H. Korten, .loecph A. Koiihaiu. Man-us A. Iiavts, lanilcrM. Morton, Theodore Stnis. John Passioorc. William J.OacltTWTe:, Jusae Merill, 'coi-rc MoTTisonOoatea, Henry irlady, Hnr Itumm. Thcolnra M. Wllwn, John M. Itruotnall, Francis Shr.der. Mark U. Kichanla, 1,0 ward H. Urron. l'aeid K.r.h-ieinakor, anielU. Miller. Nobcrt Boll. Jasper M. Thomson, Isaac Fearer. Oenrcr M. Andrew, Henry Liloy.l, John J. Gillespie, Janice Patterson, John TV. Wallace, Oharlc C. Boyd. REMEMBER THAT THE PRE SIPENTIAL ELECTION COMES ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER FIFTH. Rut a few more days remain for work before the Mb of November, and we urge our friends to u?e it to the bet advantage. Io not relax your Sorts beeauFe of our late magniOcent victory. Ho not let the certainty that General Grant will be el...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 October 1872

r t r r' L I to I 1 ti at T. we P er Pc not. fcW' I : anc (J cat . T li fe i I ' - ba f ' fee- f ef t i : i T 1. par I .- tf' t - r 1 -t ED( - eaa i A : Mot i - do fc r I tec r ' i r. 99 It w l i C V aawwwwwT r' 11 1 jvli, persons sh.uld examine i T I Xow t; ' Ik 'V. and tv i ; ! . i .mid eiamme their title! Ten Becate. A hundred reason ; BENDER LOITU. On the 13th inst. rw.rJed, might i given wny Lyons Kathairon Mr. C. Hinder to .Mrs. L. Lonr, bom oi ' sh.nild be used by every intelligent human Somerset county. t-eing in ;refrrenoe to every other rpr- fjOFFMAX COLEMAX. On the 24th at.on for tae hair, I:t. wdl suffice. Ik-re . ,nL ,,v ,Ur F KwnT ,Ir IiDt retins item, to Wc mill ! frla-I als. whi hare c..t l-ifore i UL BE HELD AT iV, UClolKT OlM. - - . 1 .1 A iuv. ,cver!ioer --, TUfri f r. w A. I. sat , -:: at ,.vi:-vLo,-K.r.i. , ,.ritt,.w.ar..'. ,n- r'fIfr c r-h. are ( spcciea to ie -,. tie- rm-ft.ngs. tna oilier ;.. ill lo in attendance. :i ". will fttrr.ish iuu.-'.c for .'SHAN'T an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 30 October 1872

IIww la Pradurr l.)fr. In ovory lot of lions i-oiiio will he Tetter layc-rs t!:::n ti'.lu.-r. Eft us.;it noso we etr.rt with fix llouilans a cock and five lions. Pn1ial!y out of j this five two may lav thirty jrs jwr nnutn moro thauVitluT of thoothors ; their ofrs s-limilil lx noticed oml on lv those f-ri. 15 v followh:? this for a xory few yoflrs a very pre at increase in rsr?-pruuction may W nUainril. My attention was drawn to this puli jeet liv a friend having a Eralnna pul let, which laid iioar'.v three hundred rtrr-s in one vear. thoi'.ffli valueless as a fancy bird and the quality decend od to several of her profreny ; and I Lave since found other in.-tauces which prove conclusively that a vast improvement niip-ht easily be affected in uearlr all our breeds were that careful selection of blood stocks made for this purpose which the fancier 1m Mow8 on other objects. It is to be repretted more is not done in this way, and havinr nunc room than I had, I hope myself to make some e...

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. — 6 November 1872

,1 . 0f publication.! Xh2 S:m:r::t Herald ir. r , pi1 t.; r M irni.iZ at w i-: : bitwise Mil I 'I e f'.ir. . .n .11 l" .II--..."' ,il op. I.;mi:er nesiwUmj lo . - ir ..it i tl-.ir wt; f r o n v v - uuel na-JI H r- I II t3 Tf imr from one IW6V to an- t-.-m -vim; n"- . e M the Dine of the former as Address. Somerset ' g .,t..2i-- Printing Company. K S T .A B IiISIIED, 1 8 ii jyHX L SCl'O, L'usincas Manager. (.'ir.?. VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, PA., WEDNESDAY, XOVEMIiEll G. 187-2. KlAl'dEI. T.iUc.ir.llna-loiT.K-tio.- ", .V- 'and ten.ter hi .r. sMil ';" ' . ,.... ..I Si.1 an t ., " at tne ol 1 pl-iet. a ! j . Sivus?. ' , MOI ;I K.N)T7. ATTi.'KXKV AT Hardware. lo..rs riM a. TL HARDWARE. j j JOBX DIQCKT. JlisciUiiiieous. !f OTHER'S Roni.U OLD. j yoiix JOH3 D BTIBECTa. I co., ! It 1 L'W. ki r ia f rocriK" W" 'T,t' . .... . I. . amies, in the Jail .). !- i i;KKK ten lers his prof"'l'n .1 ; "" nniens t s 'iii'Tf 'l n ' :"in- ' -- ucr. ..u imr wen "f ine ' ' Jin. tl. "TO- , li.-.rl- Kriwinf r' H'Hl;-...

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. — 6 November 1872

r The Somerset Herald. WEDNESDAY, November 8, 1872. The New York Tribune and the Democratic journals of the baser sort, arc still harping on the alleged frauds perpetrated in this State on the 9th of October. Of course, they totally ignore the returns from the different counties in the State, which prove that in no instance did the Republi can vote exceed the amount ordinarily polled, with the natural increase add- ed, and that in almost every county the Democratic vote fell off heavily, thus largely swelling the Republican maioritv. Unfortunately aleo for these viliCers the Ilarrisburg Patriot, the central organ of the Democracy, in an unguarded moment assigned the true reason of our surprising majority when it 6tated, that some forty thou sand Democrats stayed away from the polls and refused to vote for Buckalew. But while this speaks well for the honesty and common sense of the Democrats, it is not as convinc ing evidence of the integrity of ITaiit Ranft'6 majority, as is a glanc...

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. — 6 November 1872

UL i The Somerset Herald. VP il.I MP.V. Novem'ter , 172. S,CZ0 KECS Of Butter Wanted. y. a-. it vat;! of Glad- Ilutte-r to sup . , ,. t. mai.ds of our i:n:n-sIiaU- trade, !V: !;',;' i.,n:it:rv!wi:! k!p to us. we "r',; ..';... csrlr stiles ut t7""d prices. ',. ,n. -r. thanks f.r lornu-r I alrou.::-, " 'i.-:t vottr li-nt! k!uit.i-Ss. v , rv H'uiiy, &c, 3.BS00KE KYCE&CO., r, SOUTH STREET, EALTIMOKU, Ml). . . . ;t - viuvi-irat Dsvia & Brc. Ibvi-i rn- .. ,.v.:.;.a-5 fr rash, at Cook & IJeer "... i ,-. S iiii-rM.-t, l'a. . ... ,.k:: bcv eiiher a thnw-hcr or horse ',r 1 ':! ly at liic SmicTM-t Foundry. .. ,. ,r,;..s u:ul Dye-SiuJT, got. MiSier "a Those in want 01 coal lor any. can rroctUifiu the cuke to 10 shinned to SeTiT-1Vn.sT Railway. The track in rtCJ'.lil pner.itir.-r. bine imrnill .the East and SoUlll. On the lands of this l:ti.l. r, ml tin. r-n-nnea nre running on i r-tipplied l AU-X htutzmin'8 ' Co:naav are established lar-re. work fur ! this nil .limit tw-n mite f...

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 November 1872

- atr. rctcrCrtwrlth. The Rev. Peter Cartwrijrlit, tlic i- onccr Methodist preaeuer, died at his lioine, near Fleasant Plains, Sanga mon count", 111 , on Thursday, the 2Gth of bcjitom lior. at the ajjcot cixlb tv-seren rears. lie was the oldest ordained member of the Methodist church in the United States, having lcen in the ministry over sixty years. His principal Cold of labor was the western country, where ho was wide ly known for his untiring zeal, iionic ly eloquence, and occasional eccen tricities, llie story or liislue, which is best told in his autobioggTaphy.pos scsses ppccial interest from the im press of hisowu individuality which every page of it bears. Regarding his parentage, he wrote: "I was born Scpteniiier 1, 1785, in Amherst county, on James river, in the State of Virginia. My parents were noor. Mr father was a 6oldicr in the great strugglo for liberty, in the revolutionary war with (ircat ISritian. He served over two rears. Shortlv after the United Colonics pained ...

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 November 1872

JUL :ns of Publication. From WUW s?Wt of tit Tia.- bM riahiaa;. " . .,-' i- r; -r i- t t-lTVIl-1'. ST:Srs.t -r.rr Weiae'isy to. wiU b? rig-.ciii-- u; ; p.r- B5 tl-e ' fOa"a .5.-. A-'-.w? as"", all r- B tkp t ijnir S.I I,1 t J Vi 3 Somerset Herald. ESTABLISHED, 1852 7. Frir.tirg Ccmpny. :;n t tvvlu iu..ii.' SiaTiSpT. VOL. XXI. SOMERSET, l'A., WjEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1S72. NO. -2-2. - . i i 1TBE OEftEBTIOX OF THE "UBEB- ' or went to the , ,. c 1.;, I P i,t.i!i: .TV 1- J.I7 ti in-os :u ' 1 - HARDWARE. J0IIX BERT 4 co A FAEOUT. . i'i "i.. Si" !r.ai'l .Vtt ,n tn l,. e-r' w -aH-rwl I XO. 40 MAIN" STREET, J O II X S T O W X. TEX i Tie arms. ecp tender I never as- vour letter!" ;vki .;: r L-l irt' tr-r, .T hi 1 : 5 Tiein- ;.. if uf Hie Bar- V V4ii A a Blvaver t.- re. Kn reojued ias Here & of U la S iD- m-t cl Few Doars Above the C'd Stand i S AT i jui ' j vi u iaviitv .aa weauiue ; gty mf, t,or Jaw onlT tor ! ,iw i.i,.t .iir-v.. , i eviuld make fan tou. little s!iU-r. isd ' mi.rf n.t i...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 November 1872

! ? t , : I. 5 It ! I- 'I .ff- THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN F OB THE "SILENT Mi w)(o) (111 vul UIJ Cy j 0Mm0$$t v Jm lilt xr SC O 3 -- 2 '5 X .'VV Grant and Wilson Iriiu iiBiiant El ected S ! ixauc leamus xg ltu 91 5 The Somerset Herald. WEItNESDAT, - - NovomlxT 13, 1872 fovtox ix Bn.s. Just as we go to press, tbe terrible news reaches us of the destruction of a large portion of Boston. The fire first broke out in the re end of a large five rtory grauite building, on Summer street, and aided by a pow erful gale, spread over the finest por tion of the city. Thousands of the eostilest buildings of the country have l)een destroyed. Seventy acres of residences and warehouses burned, while thousands of families are left houseless and homeless. The loss is estimated at over One Hundred Mil lions. We will furnish full particulars next week. VICTORY 1 We have to day the supreme grati fication of announcing the crowning victory of the Republican part. For years it has been habituated to suc cess i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 November 1872

JU! f I i Is t as : 1- t - s - - Iii f; tfr: 'I 1 I' trJ :r' The Somerset Herald. wi;nEI'AV. - Xjt,VtU. ISTi ' 3,000 KEC! , Of Butter Wantea. V.c arc in want of Gladi DuiS.r to su'. , .t,r lieiiiand of oar itnni-rdiio'e trade, saJ ; all kmier? w ho w ill ship to us, wt r t.rni:.i.se earlv tvl;;S at ro-jJ r :kvs. c i.iir.v th.ink for f.-nier jtatr, .lire, v :;' aiiii'ti yur li'.vrsl sbipiues.. Very K-;Htfii;v, Ate., C. BROOKE KYCE & CO., r,i SOUTH S1P.EET, BALTIMORE, MD. ihe stores. :-;,v,.- .1' I.'.i. ... ., a l-rr' i 'r.- ;.t :.t r ,rt-rf .r T si (.!' fink A f-- t. I'a.. a t-. ' 1 .r : MT! aii'i .::r I:; at Sue i:.-i rits in.' :! i .;.!: .:( i ;.i-.r title C k . t .j le's 1 r'j-r t re." t-.fi i set i;( TjT t f ki t I.x-ks. I'i-r- CS sic. j.:i kinds titi.ti.-n- :.ev (..-. e 1 a l;ir-e ,- k of Hardwig'f k Ai'.'ur.iS; thesi- a'.l'-n.s are tiie l- .i.jht to this market. Sold rciisk. t.t "Pe DniL-Store." ."7 "tVt.i ili'.n C'.vin.- Flat ' h ..-t.:e ra-le c-is.-inieres N'iM, r.r.twi-;...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 13 November 1872

sewpML i KIJO BUT." His sceptre is rattle; Htt throne It mother"! amis : He rrlims tiny tyrant. In 11 hit dimpled charms ! I Yet round hl( royal presence Our loving hearts entwine; Dictator of the cradle. And king by right divine ! Whatever be his mandate No eonrtlrrs dare rebel ; Hts mother's chief of the household, rriinc cilntPtT as well ! In yon pcratnbnbit'.ir. His downy car of rtate, Exacting, rosy rnounrch, What triumphs on lilm wait '. In purple ease and splendor, Lsi?- Ions; he seeks to reign : AH hints of nose disjointed He smiles at with disdain! , Alas! that royal greatness Should ever be disowned ; Here comes a tiny si ranker King Baby is dethroned. From Tat Aidini fur November. nranreratnt r Hay. It becomes a matter of gome im portance to be able to, estimate the quantity of hay in the barn with at least a tolerable approximation to ac curacy, nt this petson of the year, for the Pake of being able to judge how much stock we mar lie able to winter without the necessity ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 November 1872

JUL I- i 0f Publication. VrtfV , CJ-i ci TT-T2M 4---c Welti 1it M-r-nin? at 2 i! real la a :TirK-r. nenriss V- a -v-.ru . i ' Will "-i-1',""TO " on Postmaster -'!"- "'..V-n sn --ribors Oo dm takeout their . v Bala S fia--tr. ravine ft,nP.f-ta- . ill ar- me natae of !'" Address erset Prialfcg Csrr.pany, JoliN L SCVLL, . . .,... tV:.', l ,1 LI- o.jnui.ue lo prac-.iee , ..-a :.-rs bis .cw:-M ervi ,.: ni.rs?t surroau-.in; ., o ' i.la is. -w i.t ai D'lT. . "71- K , KivrArT'KNET AT " pa 2ire prompt aJt?n- w . r 1 hi.- rare " - me" : 'c.,a:i ... ":!lcc " jv -iL 51 1 f-n 'rs bis pr.'ri"nl ' . '.. s r.ivrv.1 an 1 virin- ,"ne door wt-: of ib Har jao.21.TU. -t 1 -ttetl -u -e t ins 'PiM.- Xrsvr' 1 : "." .,! uiw in S,iiucrst aaJ . , .,;N. ATTORNEYS AT . ' , i .ij.ee in r- f lily. . : . a v Y. VTT"liXEY AT LW .uerH. Pa will rn'.ru?iei lo ai cure wita a .' .! U8. U-ly. U BUTtTEYS AT .ut- l a- l "-" -e la -. o ua n-s. A.l tnw w uLilN'S. DEXT1ST. S..mer..-t. . ,rZr:.nl i J-'ii. , i.lll i pp-pareu W ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald. — 20 November 1872

I , I t i '. ' : i i V i 1 1 ft : J- 1 t i": ... l.'J! u , . il; 1 f i ti- The Somerset Herald. WEDXTSPAY. - . . November 20. IT! There never was a grander victory taken in a more quiet "of course' way, than that was by the Republi can party in the election of Grant and Wilson. H is so complete, bo overwhelming-, that it leaves nothing to cavil at, nothing to explain, nothing in t-hort to 3o, but acquiesce in its re sults. The people aro quietly con tent, and the hundreds of thoiif ands, who but a brief few days since were so intensely agitated, have again dropped into their old grooves, and are equitably intent upon their daily avocation. Hut this victory means j more than the mere election of the j calm silent man, who amid a storm of: obloquy and revilings, pursued the even tenor of Lis way, not deigning a word in vindication of himself, bat permitting his acts to speak for him i to the people, It means the substan tial continuance of the policy pursued for the last four years, w...

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 November 1872

Two njutiai-t I ki f in a tarsi--r ll-i' ! -"'l-h: in: B ttlR'Vt. .sitae tuotitL i trial Ui n a ,iO 'M rdiu-t i-.teh Lvd Case op Dhows ixc On Jlondtir It U ouite natural to .appose that the j Era. jotic'' ortwnc other unavoidable! S'cir J to rti ;b?'. rpvs Somerset iieraia. nmniinz Ur, the wi.'e of Mr. Joux S. I e mriox r-idla2 03 the Clarion river, at horse disease, lliat has l.-cca m prevalent iu 1 eansu b as Intervened, preventing the p-1 iat of osr lares cities; will sootur or la-; cal doi'iv appearance at this place, of the) AP VWT4? ter CaJ is war ir.to r omntrr dL-tricts : Vs-rn M.uJ Line." :au"ua .Vr-v? AlfieMtntf. ! A RAHE CHANCE I S5 to :42rt r i o h- all " ! h hive -.. a arr.- h 2-t th d, arid adl in , -he iiunr.ria3 Mills .? fieit'-nth'rr. j drowned ia the river. ww aicblentlr IFfis SALE . . iY. - " She hail volua- land f the benefit fl' theraiiny persons in : '; tecred to br'.rir tiro Jew pediihT arms; till couniv, owoir.r bi-r.-e, we p.thliib the T., : - t ., ..-..- ,....

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 November 1872

IsiuIJin'r ma'criai as was allowed to to employ a boy ami put an instru l'ortiaiid nn J Chicago. A coinmittce 'nicnt in his hand with which he can ...f twtniv fitlzeas lias voted to re- do a man's work . i'i m Jvrni(ir Was-liburnc to call aj The use of mean txils is a very f' -vm-U t-fs-r-io-.i (tf the leprUatnre to ' costly practice, and thepe wli have iHiUntrize the city of li.iston to issue : my doubts upon that point mny make n sunieietit ".mount f pcvcn per cent, the experiment very easily, nul satis bjiuls to aid the MiTerers in rebuild-' fy their own judgments. Use none hi? the burnt iTstrM. j but the best and have the best of Joseph IJurr, T Dorchester, and j work done and the lRst results will as George Smith, ol Xcponsel, came to J purely fellow as the light follows the this city Saturday evening to see the j sun. I'nion and American. Cre. and have not beeu heard of ori . . r-,en incc Saturday evening in the stltlng' ' vicinity f C'hanccy street. It is f ar- i t ,n! tin v ...

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