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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 7 July 1846

p It TWO DOLLAR? PCR AXNUM.? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 3 AND AND MECHANICS' REGISTER. CIF NOT PAID WITHIN' THE YEAR, I $3 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, JUL3T 7, 1846, Vol. 4. No. 34. 1 A tjeen Cfjinfiinrj. J've been thinking, I've been thinking, What a curious world we're hi ! Men are sleeping, eating, drinking, Just as they always have been Beaux are strutting, dandies quizzing, Misses toiling night and day, Boys are sporting, girls arc frizzing, Grandmas fidg cting away. Tom is crying, Mary singing ; John is 'laughing merrily ; Dust is flying, tea-bells ringing, These have music sure for ine ; Peasants toiling; rich men riding, Staring with a lordly phiz ; Rogues through every crowd are gliding, Zounds; what a queer world is this ! Marrying, some in marriage given ! Others like the world of old; All but me, are feasting, living Would that wives were to be sold ! Others have their dears in plenty ...

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. — 7 July 1846

lA.iie anil Xa?:rJant from HSoi; fciiucu, Eli'eno Ayres, The Boik Clnnrcllor, Capt. Beauvois, arrived veMerd.iy from Montevideo whence she sailed on the 9th tilt. She also bring dates from Htictios Ayrcs to the Is nit, Cap', D-.MUvois stales that a difficulty h.;.l occurred between the com inanderi of the KnIish and French Blockading Squadrons which may lead to a rupture. It seem? that the English merchant brig "Ringdove," was lying in a small port on the coast of Buenos Ay res, taking in cargo, supposed out of reach of the vessels of War; when she was taken as a prize ta the Blockading Squadron by an English man-of-war schooner, and brought t the outer roads of Montevideo, where the admiral's ship was at anchor. The English Admiral told the comman der of the pc.hooner he had done , wrong, ;,nd ordered him fo take the brig back, iiml leave her there unmolested. The Trench Admirall hearing of it, and not being willing to submit to such an outrageous proceeding, (as no vessel un der a...

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. — 7 July 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY 7, 1816. V B. PALMER 7T7. of Phi!a1e!hia at hi Jttn'l lUalt and CkiI Office, is our authorize! A'ftil f'r oblaiiiin? A(frrf foments and Sub tcnplhn for the -HEUAl.D" and is clothed with full pwer to rm iptfor any monies paiJ to him on t -se o'.jerK Hi ancyiiiclu.Ies the folio n cities, viz: rhiUdtf.phia, ISew York, Baluwire auJ Boston. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAJIES 31. POWER, OF MERCER. COUNTY. COUNTY MEETING. The Whigs an J Antimasons of Somer set County arc 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 j the conferees of l ayette and Greene, to put in nomination a candidate for Con gress. Bv order of the County Committee. Tin: .1TII. The 4 th was celebrated by the citizens and military of this place, and passed off quite pleasantly. Proceedings next week. GRAND MILITARY ENCAMP MENT AT SOMERSET. Wc are requested to state that on the 4th inst., the Somerset...

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. — 7 July 1846

OP THE HERALD, Tbm paper 1 ptihiVbeJ every Tuesday, at per mnum, payabla kalf-yearlr advance. If aot paid within tb. year, $2,50 will invaria Uj b charjed K ubacriotion take for lew than ix months nor can a a!scriber dUcontinue unless at the epliea ef the eJitor, anttl arrearagesare paid ofl- ATEmiETt will he inserted at $1 per aqnare, for the first three insertions, and 25 cent for avery tubsequeat insertion: longe nea in proportion. Abt krtisc y raTS inserted in the Herald and Republican, three time, at f 2 per square and 50 cents for every ather insertion. t$50 Reward. A reward of 300 DOLLARS will be given by John Saylor and C. Rankin, for the gentleman that wrote the notice and put it on C. Rankin's Pa or, if lie is worth the above reward, fire hundred dollars will be gien; if not, 60 charges will be given for a beggar. his JOHN X SAYLOR. Attest mark Ems M. Hicks. fjune 23, 1 84 6. NOTICE. THE following accounts have been filed in my oSre and will be pre sented to the court of C...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 14 July 1846

Id TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. half-yearly IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FA0I11EQS1 AND MECHANICS' REGISTER. ClF NOT PAID WITIII.V THE TSAR. I t 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, JULIET 14, 1846, Vol. 4. No. 35. Cafie pour Count" Jpaprro. Twas night and Sniggle to his wife Lay talking, as they were in ed, Of ail the ills the cares and strife, That fell upon his luckless head. 'Here have we been six years." quoth he, "And still we find both ends don't meet: I've work'd as busy as a bee, And yet we barely live and eat! Our children have no schooling yet; Indeed, I am ashamed of Ben Poor fellow, I am so much in debt He's had'no chancethough now past ten. 'But stop, how is it?" said his spouse, "Our neighbor gets along so well.' DO O Have you not marked that Blowse What'er lie has can always sell? His boys, he says, know far much more Than those who've been to school a year. And then he always kr?ws the law, When goods a...

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. — 14 July 1846

CEX.EBHATIO. AT SOJICRSET, JCLT 4TII, 1S4G. In accordance wi;h previous srranp ncnJ, a National salute was fired at day treak bv a thuchment of the -Somerset Oti-.-,!" i ten o'clock A. M.,the com- i.anv, Mn:n!d! by Capt. Pearson, pa-j rade'd for dni!, rod were ttius engaged un- ; lil 12, M., :e.i iwi-"t . of the i:iM and the military, which marched ti tho Duc-iples Church, where the following exercises were had. XVavcr bv the Rev. I. B. Ernst. Declaration or Independence real by Hon J. S, Black. Oration bv A. J- Ogle, Esq. A.f-r- il.ec :::ses at the church, the pro-! region re-formed aud marched to toe Hotel of Mr. Jeob Neff and partook of a niot tii.npi.uous dinner, wnich had been prrrarcd by aine hosi" cf the uracil i r--e in r.n -nriYv:d of the cloth. JONATHAN Bow, was appointed President, A. Beam, ! 'cll, may we ever hold in grateful re s'. Gsither, S. Gebhart and J. Imhoff, membranee, the heroes and soldiers who Esqrs., were appointed Vice Presidents, when the following toasts ...

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. — 14 July 1846

miMui J Jim SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, JULY H, 181C. F P. PAlI'TETt 77s7- of nidaoclpma nttiw Peal EntaJe and Coal Ofice, U our authored Awt fr otoainin Adcrtiscmenls and Stb HZintitntx tae -HGHALD" ami clothed with full ocr to rm iptfrr any monies pud to Mm on these object IIU ogyncy im-luJ t' e f!i v'n? ci" viz: Philadelphia, ISew York, BiluuLreut.d Boston. . FOi: CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES M. POWER, OF MERCER COUNTY. A UaltScat Tamplco. An officer of the U.S. ship St. Mary's, writes to his friend in Norfolk, under date of the 13th June. The vessel was then lying off Tampico, and he states that on the 8 ill they discovered the enemy erect in t another fort on the north side of the river. The vessel immediately stood in, and when approaching the fort, was fired upon by three gun-boats. A few shot were exchanged, and then the vessel haul ed of! but relumed again in the afternoon andTircd 70 shells and 29 round solid shot. The enemy returned the fire with an 18 pounder, but without eff...

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. — 14 July 1846

Tgsire or the iibrald, Ti p!""' pMJ tvry TeJy, at f 2 per .mnum, payabl half-yearly in advance. If paid within th. year, 2,W ml! invaria bly la charged. N subscription take for fe ihan months nor can aflWrlhT discontinue onleas at the f t J't9r nntil arrearajesare paid oC iBTimittnTi will b mserieu ai i per Mnarc . for ike firtt three insertion, and 25 , iwi " I cent for avery aubtequeat insertion: lonje entiin proportion. AoviaTisr.XEBTS inserted in the Herald and Republican, three times, at S3 per square and 60 cents for every other insertion. Vo ie Albany Cultivator, Turning Stock to Grass. f Unless compelled by scarcity of win ter food, we should not generally turn etcck to pasture till the grass has started to as to afford what farmers call "a good bite." If animals only get a little grass, and that of a watery and innutritious na ture, as the first growth generally is, it takes awgy ihc appetite for other food, without givinj much nourishment in its place. Besides, grass-lauds...

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. — 21 July 1846

sp pjn fj two Dou.Aiis rnn ann inf.? AND FARMS' AND MEGHANIGS? REGISTER. ir not run wrrirrN rnn teats l $Z M W'lU. DC CliAKuEU. UALf-YEAKLY IN ADVANCE.) . - - g-M PRINTED 'AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY' BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, I' A. Ncxv Series. TUE3DA1T, JUL3T 21, 186, Vol. 26. . . - I Zo jDn atijrr. There is a fiow'r that loves to curl Its tendrils round the blasted tree, .And all its brightest gems unfurl, Where Winter frowns most drearily And often is thy bcauly seen, Enwrcalhed with snow sweet evergreen. There is a fiow'r that loves to bind The limb that bow'd beneath the blast, And kindly round its fragments wind, Till all the tempest's rage is past And sweetly dues the mourner lean," 0;i thy kind arms, sweet evergreen. Thou windest not thy gentle stem Around the bram-h that needs thec not; 'Tis not thy pride to honor them By whom thou soon would'st be forgot; Oh, no thy smile is olfner seen Where weeps th oppressed sweet ever green. And O, when like the blasted tre...

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. — 21 July 1846

Vote on McKay's ztliu . . T - r-'r-gi vo! tn tno "it'h nn the psfage "r:c :r.i;v ).; V Bayly, BfJ;nger, A" I::, Hyd, i'..".vva C v ( 1 T ' ... r Uroekenbroug.i, of r., Burl. ( . Oi art. Chapman Chase, Chip- tf V'a.. Chap::" of Ala.. K-an, Clark", Cobb, Collin. Cuiiom, Cun- ningham, D-uiCi, Darcn, Davis of Mi.-s., p.? Moil, Dobbin, Douglas: . farr.il, ?, Dromgoole, Fieklm, Tries' Dun; tip, ESIswo.-i!- Giles. Goe Hvar. f.'ouion, b rover, 11 am ... .irmv,fon. Hen'.y, Hi!- lin. 11-7 lU.J, lloge. JHuirs. of S. nopMm-, Hon IT., .,;rti o A13., Itunaru ui ... . 1 1 Hunt of Mich., Hunter. joMiisoa 01 V 1 Jr,Ii!i?cn of Tenn., II., J-.tms-'m oi v 1 Jo::ri of Gj.. iv.i:.!n 1:1, r.edy, Kin- La Lumkin, Mariay. :UiCin,,u. .uvivr anJ, MsConnsH, MeCraie, McDowell oi Vc', McKsv, Martin of Ky., Martin of Tcnn., Marris, Morse, Moulton, Niven, orris, Parish, Pavne, Phelps, IMlsbury, Raihburn, RciJ, Rulfe, Rl.ctt, Roberts, Siv.irlle, Sawyer, Summon, Seddon. Sims cf S. C, Sims of Mo., Simpson of Term.. Sm...

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. — 21 July 1846

SCMrfSEY!HERLb. r, , -- ' . i J Somerset, J3,i.t TUESDAY,' JULY 21, 1816. .'. F.LWETl i'w- of Phlb.Wj.hia .it his J.'u; Exlutt avi Conl Ojp.cr. U our authorized 4rt fr obtiiuinc Adcertistment and Hub- tcrtpuoni.n w - - - , wiih f.in i-owcr to rm-ipi fi any mome-paid , ttWVn? ritie- v:z.riiiUlo!phia, New; irhtlontx the -HL.iAi.u an.i is rioinca Ywrk, Uahinwre sail Bi-;i-ii. per CANAL COMMISSION'!::?, .j 33irtTir JA' 1 or rtrnn::: corvrv. nzss fCrOvii;g to the crowded state of our , t.i ii i i cohimns we are reluctantly compelled this J 1 wcfi to emit the proceedings had on the 4di at Lexington, but thill publish them i.icur next. CgTDaniel Wevand, E-n-, we under- stand, was last week formally nominated as ihz Loeofoco candidate lor Congress ia this District. C3Thc Whig conic :ces met at Union town last Saturday to nominate a candidate ubejt .Mr. WcyanJ. We have not learn- cd vet who the individual is that has been d fjO""Mr. Vcbster's speech delivered in Philadelphia in 18 ii, and in...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 21 July 1846

OP TUB HERALD, fni papet is pw1df)e every Tuesday, at f i par m-ium. rnyaM h.f-yarlT in advance. If a pii l within tb. year, $2,50 io"a My Us drfi'J. ..,1 niWri'ier dirniiniie unless at til" O iTIOH wf ike editor, "nti! arrcaragesarc paid if. A .rr.rT no: will tct inartfl at f per sunare. fir the lirst three iuscitioti. ami 25 reul for evrry ulepjent insertion: lunge anei in prnpurtimi. AiTrnTMr.Mr.nT tnerlcdin the Ifera'd and fJrpnliIiran. three lin.e. at J? per square anJ Wrjl forever? it her insertion. 0 fi- Knuii li f Cim li i.ali 02 Hr. BUDDING FRUIT TREES, &c. To tve successful in bnddin-z fmii trees, tlie operator should be provided wilh a proper budding knife, which can be ob tained at the different seed stores. The . ... .... , , . , - good condition, which is when the rind of dsxk, parts ireeiy iroramc woou, wun j Fet, m mi.iJ l.r .;nl rHiuuy. on Hie hi llie knife, and is free of sap. The buds Monilav f Ang-ist nex. tlieie t anwi r should be selected from Irec-irrowing...

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. — 28 July 1846

TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, mo AtlB FARMERS1 AND MEGIIAf JIGS' REGISTER. CIF NOT PUD WITHIN Till! YEAR. t $Z 50 WILL IiU CilAKUUD. HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANC PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Scries. TUESDAY, JUL1T 28, 2846, Vol. 4. No. 37. J launched a bark on Fate's- deep tide A frail nnd fluttering toy, Hut freighted with a thousand dreams Of beauty and of joy. Ah me ! it found no friend in them The wave the sky the gale Though Love enraptured took the helm And Hope unfurled the sail! And you, who should its pilot be To whom in fear it flies Forsake it. on a treacherous sea, To seek a prouder prize. Alas for Love ! bewildered child ! He weeps the helm beside, And Hope has furled her fairy sail, No longer tempts the tide. Despair and Pride in silence fling Its rich freight to the wave, And now an aimless wreck it floats, That none would stoop to save. Celebration at Lexington, July 4th, 1846, Notwithstanding the incessant rain, the Sabbath Scho...

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. — 28 July 1846

party harmony would be produced, if Mr. Polk's two sets ol' friends could hear him utter thes sentimrnts, at the f;!niC time and vi th? same room! And yet tiiey are u'.lcrcd c country, r.v-3 i:i r tion. 'The lovd.- rv m the same .-.,-,! he Fprne eiec- :j.V (.'; rolina. and other j,.'r '--.nM:n'.3, cry out, i i,,'L- .) ! (J;m ji v:n'i i ih. T:rin the vj ' iiore shmidv parly press in Penn- vlv.iiii: r.il.-e :- fhoiit. Now, trentle- men, there is an vA drama, named, 1 think, "Miustlic UvpcV An answer, and here it is an important one, is to be ivcn to, "Who is the dupe?" and wc fchall sec in the end, cn which party the laui'h. fails. I wish every mm in Pennsylvania to consider this -that on his vole, and the vote of his fellow citizens, 1ns neighbor or his kinsman, depend the issue whether Mr. Polk he eicc 1 President or not. And I say that any man who attempts to convc' the impression to another any man of information whether it . be done in the highways or by ways, in parlor or kitche...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 28 July 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, $j.i.f TFESPAY, JULY 2S, 1810. Y P. 7Mr.Vt Et-7. of rhil i-Wj-hia athii Jtral EsWc nn ! Coal Ojv,h our atubzeJ fHERALD-- and is clothed wiJli full power to rcr.pt for any monies pa, I ,V:c M!rvri? cities. vu:-riii!aJe!rhia, cv York, Cahirnore and Co?ton. FOR CANAL COMMTIOXTCR. JA2IES 31. POWER , OF MERCER COUNTY. FOR CONGRF..-SS: .1XMIE1V STE1VAHT, of Fayette County. Something about Dunning. We dislike .the practice, so prevalent with publishers, of frequently dunning their subscribers for money, or we should ere this lime have thrown out a few hints to perrons who are indebted to us one, two, three years, and upwards, for sub scription, advertising and job-work; but, much as we dislike the practice, we find that wc shall have to adopt it; and if the class of patrons alluded to do not come forward before or during the ensuing court week and ''fork over" at least a part of what they severally owe, wc'shall then be under the necessity of sending them not a d...

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. — 28 July 1846

TERMS OF THE HERALD, Ti paper i published every Tuesday, at 52 per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. If not paid within th. year, $ 2,50 will invaria - b!y be charged. K subscription Ukr for less than sir months nor cm a suWi!r di-continue unless at theoftion of the editor, until arrearagesare paiJofH v . ATfTTii!w-T will tc inserted at $1 per square, for the first three insertions, ami 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longe ones in proportion. Ahtertisemebts inserted in the Herald and Republican, three times, at $2 per square and f0 cents for every other insertion. M Y wife Mary having left my bed auJ board withoni any reason or provo cttion llnreby camion all persons a gainst trusting her on rny account, as I am determined not to pay. any debts of her .contracting from this date HERMAN UMBERGER. Jcnner tp. July 7, 1346 . Hotics... Estate of Elizabeth Hus band, dee'd. FJTMIE undersigned having obtained JX from the Register of Wills, Letters of administration" with the W...

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. — 4 August 1846

pi on WJ TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARMERS' AND r.lEGIiANIGS1 AGISTER. i IF NOT PAID WfTIIIN TIIR YEAR, $ 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1846, Vol, 4. No. 38. uuu 23acjcloro. As lone clouds in Autumn eves, As a tree without its leaves. As a shirt without its sleeves Such arc bachelors. ' As a creature of another sphere, As things that have no business here, As inconsistencies 'tis clear. Such are bachelors. "When loas souls in fabled powers, As beings bourn for happier hours, As butterflies on favored flowers, Such are married men. Faom the Pittsburgh Gazette. THE NEST0RL1NS. Professor Stowe, of Cincinati, delivered an address on Sunday evening, July 12, at New York, upon the history and : character of the Nestorians; and as the l subject is one of very general interest, and c'osely connected with present events of decided importance, our readers will peruse w...

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. — 4 August 1846

C"5 would bring, until some of the news papers said we hid better hare our ses sions on board the steamers, so that we c 'i!d more prompt fchnpe our lsh fo.i according to the shifting of Dntisn opinion. S.r, I believe that in this mat ter, as in the other ca?c. we ought to act u.terlv irrespective of the legislation of Great Britain that wc ought to act only in reference to the general goon 01 tne great body of the American people, ta king no heed of what rosy be sai J or done cn the oth.-r fride of the water, but acting uniformly in that spirit of independence in which our fathers acted when ihey decla red their independence. IVTr. Webster rose to reply; but Mr. Ba'iy, interposing, inquired what question there was before me oenaie: The Presiding Officer. It is a motion to print the papers presented by the Sen ator from Pennsylvania. Mr, Baby. Then there is a question. Mr. Webster. Certainly. I was a bout to remark, Mr. President, that as far as I understand the remarks of the honor...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 4 August 1846

V SCf;PiST HERALD. TUH3DAY, AUGUST 4, 1S40. r P VALUER ?. of rinh-Vh-a ctfct Ja Ei '.dea-id Cod m "nr authorized j.n X,r oMamin? AJ-erOsjnent end Su' A for the ' -ilij-iA n;1 13 ciotned tvi;' f .11 r tn him o;i vcr to rece ipt i"r ny monies pnul tvcse Jli ac;e!!rv includes York, iiaUitwrc au Uoston. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. XUZES 31. POWER a OF MERCER COrXTY. FOU'COXGSESS: AM) HE IV STEWART, of Fayette Cointy. tja!i-!L " . " ' " ' 1 J - HlfVy zxv Act of Assembly, passed at the last session, the Sheriff is prohibi ted frcm publishing his sales in the "Herald" for the future. "NYc state the fact simply for the purpose of explaining to our readers the reason why the Sher iff's advertisement doc3 net appear iu our columns in the usual form. The Rev. Henry IIaverstica, Pro fessor of languages in the Centra! high School cf Philadelphia, and formerly Pastor of the Lutheran Church of Som erset, left this place on yesterday for Vir ginia, whence lie will return home the zti of this month. Thi...

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. — 4 August 1846

oT THE HERALD, cjT is publi.-ked every Tuesday, at t per annum, pay able half-yearly in advance. Ifot paid within the year, $2,50 will invaria bly be charged. No subscription t.,Un fr less than six months nore.n a st,l-ri!rr discontinue unless at thenptiotf of the editor, unliWrrcaragcsare paid vIL ' AvvtmsEiMTS will be inserted at $1 per square, for the first three insertion, ami 23 cent? for every subsequent insertion: lotige net in pronrtiva. AiTERTisEvr.nTS inserted in the Herald and Cepublicaw, three times, at 2 per mjuarc and 50 cent far every other insertion. (Dantion. MY wife Mary having left my bed and board without any reason or provo . cation 1 hereby caution all persons a . nainst trusting her on my account, as I am determined not to pay any debts of . her contracting; from tins date HERMAN UM MERGER. Jenner tp. July 7, 1846 Notice. Estate or Elizabeth Hus band, decM. 'FTIIHIS undersigned bavins: obtained - JL from tl,e Keffister of Wilts, Letters coadministration with t...

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