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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 June 1846

From the Baltimore Sun. Extra. GLoiuorg sews from the smjF war: The Mexican Tvrlce P"an Twelve llirntlr?l billed! THE FAEUV's GUNS CARRIED AT THE rOINTOF THE BAYON FT THE AMERICAN ARMY TRirJMPirAxT.THE BRAVE AND (I ALL A NT MA J. RINGGOLD KILLED IN DEFENCE OF HIS COUNTRY. GENERAL MEJIA TAKEN PRISONER. Our express reached Washington in advance of every thing-, and was by our energetic correspondent communicated, to us by Morse's Magnetic Trlegraph. Are hasten to issue it in an Extra Sun. By the Daily Picayune and an Extra from the Mobile Advertiser, of the 18th, wc have news, the substance of which is contained in the following: There1 a 2 bet n two engagements be tween Gen. Taylor and Mexican troops, the first occurring on the 7lh inst., when Gen. Taylor was returning from Point Isabel to his camp opposite Matamoras. In this the Mexicans, numbering from 5000 to 7000, were repulsed. Our Ar my was sleeping on the field of battle, on which next day 209 Mexicans were found dead, and sev...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 June 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1846. V B PALMER c4" PbiJaJelpaia at his Fed EdrJe and Coal Ofx our .ulhonteJ Ant olivine M?mcn!? .and. f JiptHntx.H -HERALD" and clothed wkh fall power torm iptf;r any monies paid to him on those object Hi ?enry includes York Baltimore ao J Boston, and his offices in these'sevrr!ps re ,oca,Ct! as fwIlowK VhUaMpKa -Vo-59 ,,ine trc''t- AWrViri-Ao. 16 A'awaa " UnUlmort-S. E, C jrner of Ba!t-& Cal st gtonXo 10 State L FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JA3IES M. POWER, of mercki: corxTY. ray of Volunteers. Bv an abstract of the proceedings of Coiitcss, furnished in another column it will be seen that our Representative moved a resolution to increase the pay of Volunteers from seven to ten dollars per month, and to grant to those who serve durin"- the war or to the heirs of such as may die or be killed in the service, 100 acres of land each. Mr. Stewart's reso Inlion was, however, rejected by the friends of the Administration only four "Whigs voting in the neg...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 June 1846

TEC MS OF THE HERALD, Thm piper is pebKehed erj Tuesday, t f jtr annum, payable half-yearly in adce. If sot paid within th year, $2,50 mil iavaria blj be charged. !? nbaeriptien take for Nathan six months er ran a .b riber Jieenntinue unless at tbePtia of the editor, until arrcarajesare paid o iiTim"Ti will fee inserted at $1 per f(jnare, for tb firt three insertions, anJ 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longe ns in proportion. ADVimxisr.Mr.BTS lAserlcJin the Herald and He pubUcaa, tkree times, at 2 per aquare and 50 rents for every other insertion. WOOL! WOOL!! GOOD clean wool will be taken in payment of debts due this office, if de livered soon. - Blank Execution's. FOR SALE at this Office. SAW! j w7PE ARSON, TTTTAVING returned (o t!ie practice j JJL the law, tenders his professiona services to his old clients and the public generally. Office in North end of Snyder's row, lately occupied by A. J. Ogle, Esq. lecl645-3ai VJSJF I7?tTG ANB MEDICINE STORE IN HER LIN THE subscrib...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 June 1846

ran in llliii(D TWO DOLLARS PER AXNUM.? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. AND FARMERS1 AfJD T.lEGIIAniGS REGISTER. cif not paid wrrmx THE veail, I $i 50 WILL CE CIIAKUSD. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN RO W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1846, Vol. 4. No. 30. From ike London Punch punrl) to ttje IDoofco aut forroto. Lincoln spare tint tree Touch not a single bough; Though in the way it be, Oh sland up for it now. Still let its shades expand Where, round the social pot, The Haxscm cabman stand Oh, Lincoln, harm it not! If every ancient tree. Because its green's gone brown, Scrubbed up, perforce, must be. What is there mayn't come down! Though barren all it looks, Both head and heart unsound; Oh think upon the Dukes, And leave it to the grouud! You ought to draw it mild, "You ought, upon my word; For cutting down you're wild Protection is the word. The Piccadilly tree, The burden on the land, Is old so let it be, Though in the war it stand! Thy sire, gre...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 June 1846

bold ia their appearance, and generally well equipped for so long and tedious a journey as they have before them. A m ng thn an? p?r?ansof all sf, even tothaoM man following his grand children." THE SEAT OF WAR! ARRIVAL OF THE NEW YORK AND ALABAMA TAKING OF BU RITA CROSSING OF THE RIO GRANDE BY THE AMERICAN ARMY CONDITION OF THE WOUNDED, &c, Krra the N. O. D-!ta, May 22 The steamship New York, Captain Philips, arrived yesterday from Brazos St. Jao, via. Galveston. Her news is twenty-four hours later than that by the James L. Day. When the James L. Day left. Gen. Taylar was at the camp oppo site Matamoras; when the New York left, he was at Point Isabel; which shows that the communication between tJie two points is free anil uninterrupted. There is another fact whi :h our readers shoulJ note. At the time of the previous advi ces, it was reported that, by order of Gen Taylor, a bridge, by means of wagons hitched together, wa3 being made across the Rio Grande; by this arrive, we lea...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 June 1846

( II SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1840. r 5 PALMER E. of Philadelphia at his Bee) EstateandCualOjUe,U our auihoroed Atnt for obtaininz Adxrt.sencnU and Option for the HERAI.D anJ clothed wi'iifunpovrcr to receipt for any monies paid to him on these oLjectt. H annr includes the fotlowinz cities. vir-PLi aJnphi. .New York Ba'limoretnJ Boston, auJ his oftVcs m Ihese'seteral plc are located as follows: hihJcIphia-Xo.M Pine SUect. BallimartS. E. C.jrncr of Bult-A. Cal at zJiMXo 1 C State st. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES M. POW ER, or Metiers county. Presidency and Vice Presidency. We see indications in various quarters of a desire on the part of the Whig party to bring out Gen. Wixfield Scott for the next Presidency, and know of no man in the nation to whom we would give a more ready and cordial support. Finn in principle, moderate as a politician, and patriotic in sentiment and in action, he is precisely, the man for the Whigs, for the crisis, and for the country. 1 ar It might pe...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 June 1846

TFHM3 OP THE HERALD, Tbm f pr it puhHrbed every Towels?, at f 2 per nnnom, payable half-yearly in advance. If a pV.J within ta. year, $2,50 will invaria bly b charged. Ko -Wriprion ufc for!... .f """th. not caa i 8UIcri!r discontinue unless at tb. o;,tioa r tke eJaor, until arrearages paid otiL jlPTWTiK"" will tJ inwrtl at $1 per qoare, for tUe first three insertion, and 23 cent for every fubsequent insertion: longe ncs in proportion. "i ATr.nTir.MF.nTe inserted in the Herald rJ republican, three limes, at $2 per square and 50 rents for every alher insertion. WOOL! woo in GOOD clean wool will -I taken in payment of debts due this office, if tie livrrrt! . Blank Execution's. FOIt SALE at this Office, SAM'L wTPBARSON, HAVING rctnrncil to the practice o the law, lenders ti is professional cervices :o his old clients and the public generally. Ofure in North erd of Snyder's row, lately occupied by A. J. Ogle, Esq. decl645-3ra new buug anb mm&mi store IN BERLIX. THE subscriber would r...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 June 1846

1381211 n HI. s CIF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. $2 50 WILL DE CHARGED. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 AMD FARIVIEBS1 AMD IVIEGI1A0IGS' REGISTER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. From the Post. Zljt JJero. (Inserted at the request vf an old Lady.) Mv father was a farmer good, With corn and beef in plenty; I mowed, and hoed, and held the plough, Aud longed for one and twenty. For I had quite a martial tarn, And scorned the lowin cattle; I learned to wear a uniform. Hear drums and see a batde. My birth-day came, my father urged, But stoutly I resisted, My sister wept, my mother prayed, But I went ofl and 'listed. They marched me on through wet & dry, To tunes more loud than charming; But lugging knapsack, box and gun, "Was harder work than mowing. We met the foe, the cannon roared, The crimson tide was flowing; I heard the death groans round me close, I wished that I was mowing. ' The foe came on, I lost my le...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 June 1846

In the House of Representatives May 2 1 The Bill from the Senate making al terations ia the ray Dcp.nrtfl.cnt of the Army being under consideration, ami an amendment pending, which proposed to abolish the offices thereby created ia six mouths after the termination of the pres rst war with Mexico. Mr. Ha-tobcx remarked that lie was by no means dis poses to withhold from the Govern ment the necessary force for conducting the public Ven ice and prosecuting die war; but he was entirely opposed to a permanent increase in the number cfour officers wi hout some provuiou for rc lurning to the peace establishment after the war was over, and concluded by say in that he was against the repeal of the existing law. Mr. STEWART said that lie thought ihe committee were expending too much of their time m making provision fur the officers of the army, and not enough in making provision for the privates in the ranks. lie inquired of the Chair wheth er it would be in order to move an amend jnent to th...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 June 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, 3?n.t TUESDAY, JUNE 1G, 1810. FOR CNAL COMMISSIONED. JAMES M. POWER, OF MCKCER COCXTY. COUNTY JHEETING. The Whi and Anlimasons of Somer set County are requested to meet at 2, P. M. on Tuesday the 14th of July, at the Court House in Somerset, for the purpose of appointing conferees, to meet the conferees of Fayette and Greene, to put in nomination a candidate for Con gress. By order of the County Committee. Next Governor Gen. Markle. Wc perceive that several journals are agitating the question as to w ho shall be the next Whig candidate for Governor, and a disposition manifested in certain quarters to push the claims of Gen. Irt viv. We repeat now what we said be fore, that against Gen. Irvin we have nothing to ure. Believing him to be an honest, devoted Whig, a man of strong raind, and deservedly popular in his own district, we hope to see him the Whig candidate for Governor at the proper time, when, if our life be spared us till then, wc shall take pleasu...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 June 1846

TFEM3 OF THE IIEflALD, Te FP"r 18 pldtod 7 Tuesday, at J3 per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. If aot paid within the year, $2,53 will invaria bly be charged. subscription taken for less ihan ait raontha nor can a subscriber discontinue unless at theopti of the editor, until arrearagesare paid ofC. JLTKmtKWT will fce inserteJ at $1 per square, for the first three insertions, and 25 ccats for every subsequent insertion: longe nesin proportion. AovKRTisr.xraTS inserted in the Herald nd Republican, three times, at 2 per square and 60 cents for every other insertion. WOOL! WOOL!! GOOD clean wool will be taken in payment ef debts due this office, if de jjrered gown. Blank Execution's. FOR SALE at this-Office. SAM'L W. PEARSON, fAVING relumed to the practice o the law, lenders tiis professional services to his old clients and the public generally. Office in North end of Snyder's row, lately occupied by A. J. Ogle, Esq. dec!6?45-3m NEW DRUG AND FIEDI GEFJE STORE IiV BERLIN THE subscr...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 June 1846

rrr AND FABLERS' - AMD. 'MECHANICS'. REGISTER. OF NOT PAID WITHIN TiTE YEAR, $2 53 WILL BE CHARGED. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, 5 HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCC.J PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J ON AT II AN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. ,Zlje arioir3 nrquicm. BY ROBERT E. II. IXVERIN'O. Air. "Pltyd's Hymn" Battle joy and battle woe, Chequer'd tidings mingling flow, Sound of glorious victory, Plaints of conquerors who die, Triumph palm and cypress gloom Glory's path is to the tomb! Triumphers in martial fame, Breathing- in the patriot flame, Marking with full ectaey, Freedom's banner waving high, "Whence the mingling sigh and tear As ye muse the Souhern war? Ye have gladness for the time, Mark'd by victory sublime Souls to give, and hearts to stand Nobly by your native land! Ye have tears, and shed them, too, For the dead who died for you. "Weepers' round the nation's, urn, Noble hearts that nobly mourn, Sighing for the mighty slain; Dead they'd live to die again As their ling...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 June 1846

RJW43. Prom the Ballimore Pot riot. by Mr, . ; T hi :hd Senate the oth2r day, cal u,u .'.., i;.,.- .win the Pvs .lent lor iniormaiioa . .' ' .i . nmiwhilitv of their bcip.ff ' W rcaiu - .r . , ..." : (! ipnrv in tne revenue ..-.i;.j ...i. want of the Government, and what sures-fts" "Would TKomraend to sup- rfythe anticipated deficiency, have -not into, a nation of consumers, whose mant let been answered. i T!d nts must be snpp.od from abroad j et been . That tli are will f ill be a deficiency in the , er, is admitted on a!l sides. ... public exchequ It is hnnos'ihlc that thre should not K ;l':J'lV T i. its precise cnaracier nuw iwnu, M E vLav, in the Senatis 1 Pple cannot stand up under.. It would , rcfer l0 the controver3y between the . U d thrte;rp-M or the War De- j uke a long time to reduce this country to . nUed States and Great Britain coiicern- - - that situation. Cut when a whole nation . vnh-Ptorn l.mmdarv line is parang " nvp!ff neon!, nallpr how - i" 1 1 n 'i ri t i r - i...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 June 1846

SOMERSET HERALD, ; somerset, TUESDAY. JUNE 23, 1810. r B PALMER Esq. om.iIWjrfta ainw j Jf7 6IaeJ Coa OS i- oor anl itfplhnf Ao 'HERALD' an.l .. clothed n th fn Power to rmipt fr any. nionie. paul r-WmWtl. objects. "iVffTl-"101 M the Wtotrins riuV. viz:-Phi n, ,!ph New York, Da!ti-rn an J Boston . uJ lr. office, in thcsD several places are locateJ as Mlow:- !tf57oiTcNAl' COMMISSIONER. JAMES ill. POWER, or yr.Ticnit county. COUNTY MEETING. The Whigs an J Antimasons of Somer cet County are requested to meet at 2, P. M. on Tuesday the 14th of July, at the Court House ia Somerset, for the purpose of appointing conferees, to meet the eonferees of Fayette and Greene, to put ia nomination a candidate for Con gress. Bv order of the County Committee. TO-D11S PAPER. We again occupy a large portion of our paper with intelligence in regard to Mex ico and the movements of the Army believing that we VarinoYat this'time fur nish anything else of equal interest to our readers. Some interesting item...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 June 1846

v TEEfS OP THE HERALD, - Tsr PPW'' u','', Toelay, t $4 per annam, payable hatf-yearly in advance. If not paid within the year, 2,50 will invaria bly b charged. ' $3 tuWrijuion take for Icm than sir months nor can a subscriber dUcontinue unlets at tbe option of the eJitor, ontil arrcaragesare piiJ o AnTrrrueMtTTt will be inserted at $1 per eqaare, for the firt three insertion, and 25 cent for every t ubsequent insertioa: longe . one in proportion. ATXRTii;r.nTs inserted in the Herald and; Republican, three time, at per square and 60 rni for every ather insertion. Somerset County, ss. nom, A 1 an wijowrneu orpnans court hehi Hi Sinier.el, r on ihe April 1946. Be- fore the Honorable Judges thereof. 1 ihe mattrmf the nccount of Sam Vf Kimmel. guardian offleorge, Mary E Ellen,' Jiue, John, EHra and Juri. mi nor children of John (iraham. dee'd. And now to wit: April 2 2d; 184G. Famud Giiiher, Simon Cebhari and RosForwrd. appointed auditors, to settle and adjust the account and report. Ext...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 June 1846

fil(fiflf? yiy TWO DOLLARS PR AXNtnf. HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 AND' .. FABBflERS AND TilEGHAMlGS5 HEGISTEB. IF NOT PAID WITnLV TITE YEAIv, I $2 50 WILL DC CHARGED. FRITTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN 'ROW, SOMERSET, -SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series.3 TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 2846, Vol. 4. No. 33. m BY CHARLES SWAIX. Believe, or believe me not, At other shrine I could ne'er tow; The world itself might be forgot And never thou ok, never thou! Though abseut, I recall thy charms; And wished as lovers when they part; I'd, like the vine a thousand arms, To clasp thee hold thee to my heart. There's not a pulse within my breast Cut shrills and trembles to thy touch; Forget! oh, no; the fear is lest My soul may love thee overmuch! Thy very name each feeling warms; And oft, though vain, the wish will start, That, vine-like, I'd a thousand arms To clasp thee ever to my heart! Hattlc of Palo Alio and OFFICIAL Ki:iORTS. Headquarters Akmt of Occupation, Camp near .Matamoras, May 10, '46. ) Sir: I ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 June 1846

monies. We were fortunate in rinding the door-keppsr, who kindly showed us in. However, there is no such thing as refusing us anything "might gives rig!." The furniture around the altar was very neat, though not so costly as I had been led to suppose, from reading the account of those nt Mexico. No diamond and pearl petticoats of 44 Our Lady of Guadeloupe." The painting of the Virgin .Mary was very good; my ad miration of it pleased our cicerone, as he raid it was his property. I could tell you of many nice things but my loiter is spinning out monstrously long, and if I was not '-Officer of the Day" I think I should have cut it short long since; but, as I have to set up, here's for a little more. On the 19th Col Garland was sent out with the Dragoons and the two compa nies of Rangers, to follow and observe the course of the retreating army. lie returned this evening, having been sixty miles from here; about twenty-seven miles hence he fell in with a party and attack ed them at 10 o'...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 June 1846

SOMERSET" HERALD. TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1846. yBPALMER Esq. of Philadelphia at his Real Male and Coal Office, h our authorized Atnl U obtaining Advertisements and &ub iSSiantie the .-HERALD" ami .. clothed tit? full power to rcc.pt for any monies paid Tohim on these objects, II., agency mclades thr following cities vis-Philadelphia, New York, Baltimore and Boston. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES M. POWER, OF MERCER COUNTY. COUNTY MEETING. The Whips and Anlimasons of Somer set County are requested to meet at 2, P. M. on Tuesday the 14th of July, at the Court House in Somerset, for the purpose of appointing conferees, to meet the conferees of Favette and Greene, to . put in nomination a candidate for Con OTCSS. By order of the County Committee. 3""For Declaration of Independence see preceding' page. . . v COXGRKSS. In the Senate nothing of special inter est has transpired since the vote on the Oregon Treaty. The House is engaged in the discus sion of a bill for a reduction of the Tariff...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 June 1846

. TFRMS OT THE HERALD, Tt pap1, l F1"11411 rra7 Tuesday, t S3 per annum, pajabls half-yearly in advance If rat patJ within the jr, $2,50 will invarhv bl Irt charged. !..iam (arflS Tor I0S9 ltlTI l : riorcm a alnrri!vr discontinue unless at ' A, o .tion of the editor, anlil arrearages , P'Jofr- AiTtrTiir.T will b inserted at $ Ir j square, f.ir the firt three insertion, and 23 cea for every subsequent insertion: longe ontsin proportion. ADTnTir.MKiiT inserted in th Herald and Republican, tferee times, at f 2 per aquare and 60 cerU for every ather insertion. Somerset County, ss. . A T an adjourned orphans j court hehi at Somerset, on he 2-2.1 April IS46 Be- Vs3&& fore the Honorable Judges , ''7Tr. thereof. IN the matter of the account of Sam rel Kiirmel.guaniian offieorge. Mary E El.'eu, Jmes John, Eliza and Jii'is. mi nor children of John Graham, dee'd. And now to wii: April 23d, 184G, Samuel G;.iiher Simon Gebhari anl IJossForward. appointed auditors, to settle tod ai'juft t...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 June 1846

, TFBM3 OP TUG HERALD. Tt papr 1 F,"hJ try Taet&aj, t S3 per annum, paya'.d half-yearly in advance. If not paid wUhiri the tear, $2,50 will invaria bly b charged. iubflcriiition taken for less than cir months or ctn a tWrhr dicontinue unW at theo-t'ton of the editor, until arrcarajwar paiJ off. AnvtrTmF.nr.fTH will b inrrtnl at $ per quare, for the firt three insertions, and 25 cent far tverj aubtequeat inacrtion: lonje ones in proportion. ApTnnTMr.XF.BT8 inserted in the Herald and Republican, tkree time, at f 2 per juare and 60 cenu for every ather insertion. Somerset County, s. A T an adjourned orphans' (?ri'' i -otirt hel.i at Somerset. sJ o the 2-2d April IS46 Be "'jj$? "ore tf'e If """raJe Judges thereof. IN ihe matter of the account of Sam tiel Kiitifnf.cnanfian offJenrge, Mary E-Kl.'en,- ames, John, Eliza and Ju'i-i, mi nor children of John (irahanrt. dee'd. And now to wit: April 2r2d, 184G, Samuel G;i:her. Simon Gebhari and RossF'Tward. appointed anditors.to settle tunl ...

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