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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 15 September 1846

5 fit- : ell fiv TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM,? HAbF-VEAKLV IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARMS' AKD MGMIGS' REGISTER. rr xot paid vrrrniN rnr. teak. 2 5u will i!U ciia::ui:d. PRINTED1 AND PUBLISHED WEJ5KLY. BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Uew Scries. 5Tinfh r it i 1 . r;,e following lines were written by ,?; I'nnccjs Amelia, a little before her , ce3tn- Unthinking, uhc, wild and young, T l ni-rhM nnd danced, and taik'd and sumr: ' ..it ifi.i,i, fiffJnm,; Dream'd not of sorrow, care or pain; Concluding in those hours of glee, That all the world was made for me, But when the hour of trial came, When sickness shook my trembling frame, When folly's gay pursuit was o'er, And I could dance and sing no more, It then occurr'd how sad 'twould be, Were this the only world for me. rIU2K WEST. Fisher's National Magaziue A SKETCH OF CALIFORNIA. The First Settlers Missions Indians -Agriculture -IIorseM,and tattle Faints Ports Klines Forests and Tiaibcr-Climate l'oputation and advantages to tlicFnit...

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. — 15 September 1846

Hwznnti of tha Army, &c. I, fcTKri FSIOH CI HiRCO. mforma'.ion from Carr.irgo 19 to tha 12:h instant, at which time t!ie troops stthat rr:p v.-rrs suppled to he about ,090. The grnera! opinion 'was that the advance of the crmy under General Worth would set out fur Monterey about the 1st September. But this is deemed a matter of much uncertainty, a3 the whole xun:ry hss 'been nearly inundated with the rains and rendered quite impassable for wcjron?. The difficulties which Gen, Taylor ha? encountered from this cause are said to be very great and quite in credible to those who have not len eve -witnesses. It has not been without the most unremitting perse vers nee, toil, and exposure that he has been able to reach Camsnro. "Tlic whole region has been flooded, and every river, creek, ravine cr:d sully swimming.. Half of the town cf Cumargo has bcn swept away, and the wal's of 4he remaining buildings so ur.urrnnnnl by the water that many of them are insecure and often tumbling down. ...

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. — 15 September 1846

SOMERSET -HERALD. Sowririsct, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1846. TT7., r. . r n..-t-ij.. -.,;.! ) f a'c ami Coal Ojiict, i our authorized Zt V obtain ami Is ciouieu ; " FOR CAN.'' com mission cr. :j,UIES M. POWER, or iter: it county. FOR CONGRESS: or Fayette Covnty. THE TAX OX 3IlL.IA. "Mr. Weyand views the Tariff law of 1812 as very unequal in its operation, unjust and oppressive to the people gen " crally. The wearer of 10 cent muslin, under the act of 1842, pays the same " tax that tlie wearer of 40 cent muslin "docs. This he considers oppressive, because the poor man who wears mus- lin at 10 cents a yard should not pay as heavy a tax as the rich man who wears it at 40 cents." Genius of Liberty. The above are Mr. Weyand's views of the Tariff of 1842, in so far as relates to the "tax" upon muslin, said to be paid bv the "wearer" thereof. Now let us carmine into the facts and see whether Mr. Weyand is sustained by them. The duty which the Tariff of 1842 imposed upon muf-.lins, was upon 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
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 15 September 1846

" Traua OP THE HERALD, Tm rl,er paWi-keel every TuesJay, t f2 rr nnr, pTM hlf-tert aJTanee. -If n-1 pi I witliia ta. yer, 1 2,50 wj invtria-1-!v le bwM ffo n!criiifla tatie for ! iTi i mt" r nri mWrilH-r discontinue unle at tbu Vii.sri fifth eJUor, uolil arrfargcare Avr.rnrr wi'.l nrte1 it fl per s-pwe. for (he firt three inci lions, id 25 r.t lor evrrv u!iscqent insertion: burger nr in iwjMr(in. Ai4ViiTir.MtHM f nrf rteoMfl tb IleralJ nnd lleiiiihlicaii, thrcp lin.rs. at ?2 per iwjuore and 5! r'H)i4 Jif evpiv ilhr insertion. '5. BS2tiT. plantation on ilie Turnpike, one mile w i ofSioysiown. having a femil 209 acres nf clear Inixl. late the properly of David Dibtrt, dec'd, will he offered "for ret.i at puidie outcry mi he premises on the Istof fctober ne xt, for one year from the first of April ensuing. If not rcuieJ, it ill lien be offered for ale. JOHN DIBEKT, July 21. 'Jfi, AdrrTr- Estate of John Wigle, dec'il. IET I'EUS nf administration on the J estate 4' John Wilp. Ite of Ston...

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. — 22 September 1846

MM IJS tvto noLMtt rnn anxlx? !lA!.r-VEAi:iV IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARES' AND PEOHAIIGS5 REGISTER. err tot rVro wmTnt rnr. vtuw PRINTED AND PUBLISHED AVEEICLY BY JONATHAN RO W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA, I;exv Scries. TUBSBA3T, SEPTEMBER 22? I8S, Vol. 4.rCo. 5. Tin: DEATH BED. VV watched her breathing thro' the night. Iter breathing soft and low. As in I'.cr breast the wave of life Kept heaving to and fro. So silently we seemed to speak, ?o slowly moved about. As we lent her half our powers. To ckc her being out. Oar very hopes belied cur fears, Our Afar? our hopes belied; XV c thought her dying when she slept, And sleeping when she died. Tor when the morn came dim and sad, And o!i ill with curly showers. Her quiet eyelids closed; she had Ano.her mem wen ours. Tifii: Hsu n a u mniST or FORT IS. cv an orncEi: or Tii;:AnMr. The various letters which have beer, written on the snbjectof the bombardment of Fort Brown semi to have been gotten up on the spur cf the moment written dariu'r 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
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 22 September 1846

Lit3 ton tha Rio Brands. Ths N? Orleans papers ftniiah wrih from Caraargo to 23. h. !.,rer do': t!i river two or tion from t'.e C.r.er.a. Fine : lira Si3r9 U-e advance up river l',c U5Uil S'.li-f MSi;fl ss in 3iexie.'n towns nss re- K-u'if.l its ?ttw lucre. Tlie American -.'.! the fxc.mern fceins w have left M ilam orss trooos 1:3 to Craarge. r,i followed the The utmost C- Carnargo. I roops tivitv nrevr-i.ca ...j ' . the mterror, taking the to Monterey, ine awt Hag of die 22. h ultimo, in rc-uition to this, has the following: ..uv. J..,m bv the bst steamer from were ;ciuj"; rw 1 ' Crrrro that -Jl the regulars h;:d depurt-j c 1 r-r ti:c interior, Lh the exception of j cr.e rcginot. Gen. Taylor was still -t ; Crm-n:o. Inn it was supposed that he vc-uIJ leave in a few days. "Gtn. Twirgs had reached Camn-ro, nidi about 2.G00 men, from this place, csd w2 under: land he started off jjnmedi-, x.::ly for .ionterc-. "Gen worth, if he continued !iis march must Is cloce on to Monterey about u:...

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. — 22 September 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, i3a.f TlTSr, vY, SEPTEMBER 02, ISiO. j t' 'r -'''' l" '7- OI Pliila'li'h' t his ! Ve u-'i-'i Cool i- our authorize! j ' ' 1 r ' i"' - .t.'h-rri'srmenh and Suit f.,r 't "HEKAl.b: a...l h clothed UhtV.r-Ir to rcr. ipt f..r any momc, pn,.i l imou -lie f'j :,?e:"7 "Wluiirts ,hP f.,!.n-i-,2 ',f- rhiladelphia, New York, l5a!tiiorc RtiJ Don. run CANAL COMMISSIONER. I cf mincer county. loll CONGRESS: .ixnnx iv ste ivabt, 07 Fayette Cotntv. ""Thoe free trade politicians who tre endeavoring to pursuade men that the protective system is injurious to their in terests, can have but a poor opinion of the grncral intelligence of the people, whose own experience & observation teach.es them the contrary. The past history cf our country from the establishment of im go vernment down to the prcscnJ day proves their assertions false and bears witness to the beneficial effects which protective du ties have at all limes had upon every 1 r'tva f I us.:i"ss iu wlueii our Citiz...

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. — 22 September 1846

i i I I 'I f I . . 1 1 J f s t 5 ? TERM OF THE HERALD, I TW ranee i fuMivUl eer Tuesday, t 2 ner lot-ucn. imvM ht't-vearh; J i If nf ri 1 wiiii lUc year, S2,S will lavsna-t-fer for "? mw.tr ; r- wv n,'i - AirrriK-wf:'T win 1 iwrt at fl pen : i ..T qrc. f, be fir three mseitmns nwl Jnl- r? u!eip.!m insertion: Ion 1 23 cent gcr ii.rinr,HtnM initorlf .itoiNititit'Mii. itm-c iin.es. at S3 per square nJ Ml ynn f'-r 'very u'f'r iiM'flin. A p'nnli'pn r'i "C urnpur, wire. m.i w.-i of S:oysiown. having . j ho.Ti 201 wtk '"ar I..e- hej rr -jKMiv .l I)'"T. WI. he off r-.f f.T rmi i ; ! outcry on the' rrriiOSCH oi the 1-1 rM-l.T Plt. for ; one year fr''ii ibe first of A pi ll ensuing. Jf n d re.ueJ. ii will then be offered furl JOHN DICE 1ST, July 21. '4G. AlmV. 7 Kstate tf John Wigle, docM. fK l' TFJis ,.f luiininisir-tion on ie ; 2 t-?iHU .tf JoImi Wij . I,. ie of Siiiiiy- j tf-k ow nhip. dfv.tft'ii. hitvitiJ lf n j rHDd M m. m ni i. nsic'ii ? in il l ntviislii!. lie req!iet nil jcisoii it 1....

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. — 29 September 1846

mm poij-as rcu annum.? IIAIT-VEAKLV IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARMERS' AND iV.EGHANIGS' REGISTER. ttt not paid with ix run tj:a,t. riUXTED AXD PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JO NATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Hcxv Series.3 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 18S, Vol. 4. No. 46. THE 12 CART. p!j ; coal J e read the human heart, J:s strange mysterious depths explore. What tongue could tell cr pen impart, The riches cf its hidden lore ! Safe from the world's distrustful eye. What deep and burning feeling p'1)', Which e'en stern reason's power defy, And wear the sands of life away. Think not beneath a smiling brow, To always find a joyous heart. Ir Wit's bright slow, and reasons flow, Too often hide a cankering dart. The bird with bruised and broken wing, Oft tries to mount the air again, Among its mates to gaily sing. Its Lt melodious dying strain. The fire that lights the flashing eye, May by a burning heart be fed, Which in its anguish yearns to die. While yet it seems to pleasure wed. Oh, do not harshl...

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. — 29 September 1846

1 31 POUT AST TIE GfJiuF ARRIVAL iEiEJiTjilSCEroy l-jsli "bccPncd rroposal for IMPQ2TAVT IJESPATCIIES TO OOTCRN -- J- JlJHorr SrjilcwhrW, P. M. The. cJitor of the Baltimore Sun have received the following interesting letter from their correspondent on board the IJ. S. Frigate Cumberland, dated t Point Antonio Liz'.rdi: Frigate Cumberland, S?p!einbcr C, 184G. The de-patches brought by the Legarc were sent up to Vera Cruz with a flag of Irnee. on the oni oi "i j nun 3 J iatcly forwarded to the city oi Mexico. On Fridr.y, the 4 th of September, a- " V . . . . c il.j.r of truce, visited the commodore, ana "'fi"1 . . . the bearer of the despaetches presented ,4 tl.A rn.vMtKs I A I the answer of his government, the con tents of which svre not known positively, . . i i . , , l . DHt it is rumorcu inai me .Mexicans o? tr.orcd that the Mexicans ue-1 ,. ... . ring or sending a Minister to .. p, ... , c, States, until the United Sta,es . .line receiv'm the United St; wttliaraw ail their (orce ...

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. — 29 September 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. j'Ui:S!)AY, SEPTEMBER 29, .1840. j rihil.3cT,.ait hi". ! .. 4 r f ! tf f F t 'e n II I (Ml 1 i3 'ur "UU'wiii i Arfcrfttemenft ana uo- ;,;,(V,f,r the -HEKAMJ f.iit l""' to receipt for s is clothed j anv monies paid ! Hi agency intluJcs Mlilm on i ""J"1'; ... r.il.mi :? c-iiies. i7.:- PLilaJcIphia, New POl. ' . i. com m rssioF.R; " ... ..r-TiTr? fOrVTV. imp I'flVf.Ts.-. avdumv sTj:nun of Fayette County. rgjr'Vhf! obituary notice of Mrs. lien-1 furJ was handed in only when our Torm J was made up: and wc arc tlicretorc com pelled to defer its publication until next week. GRAND RALIAITURN OUT!! TO THE WHIGS AND.nViMASONS OF SOM ERSET cocxty : The election is nih at hand, and the question therefore presents itself: "how goes the light?" Your opponents are quietly, yet actively engaged in mustering their forces and will make a vigorous ef fort to elect their candidates. Are you prepared to look calmly on and permit a minority, numbering scarcely one third of the voters of ...

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. — 29 September 1846

rrtrvts nr the herald, SV rat'T i :ublifWj 4"?rnr ToJy. tf2 par n-vinm. p-vM hifT-yrarly f advance. If an paid within Ik- yr, f 2,50 wiU invari Uv be rirjrL , No 'tuWniKua uIm rr !mi cbtn ri mnt.w loreia a atl-iier .iiwoniinu- nlr at ' tha o-Ain of .Jiior. mil rrras;eart Amwt win ? ' 5 T miar. tt .. first tbrre T.; rt'onn. and 25 Cffnt for rrry wvU insertion: longer jwsin proportion. AriTitMf.nT inserts! in the Herald and fpuhlirar. three liii.r , at v per square and V for etTV 'i?r invert ion. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE LETTERS of "administration, ile bo nis t urn trsmrnto anuexo, on the estate of Shsphet Dwire, sen., dce'd, having been granted to the subscriber, residing in Turkeyfoot township, Som erset county, ail persons indc ttcd to said estate are requested to make payment before the iTtU day of October next; and h having claims, to present on or before said dav, properly authenticated. SHAPHET DWIRE, September 8. 1810 fit AdmV. Estate of John Wijjle. dee'd. IE TTERS of adminisim...

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. — 6 October 1846

rrSO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, 7 HAhF-YEARLV IN ADVANCE. AND FARMERS' AND IVlEGHArJIGS' RES1STER. vIT NOT PATH WITHIN TITF YliAlt', I t SO WILL Uil LUAKl.Cl). PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. 2cw Scries. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 18S6, Vol. 4. No, I7. C 0 R 0 N E R . JaiAC Friedlixe, of Lavansviiie. is commended as a candidate fur the office ci Coroner, by many voters of Paint Towx snip. Al'DITOR. Simctl J. Lichty, of Somerset town ship, in recommended for county Auditor ly Stonycreek. ASSEMBLF. IN accordance wiili the nish of numer ousfriends. I submit myseif to llie vo ters of Sumerept ronniy as a candidal Tr 'Jt? .iSSE.MH I.Y at the ensuing e lectton. and respectfully solicit thpir sup port. GEO. MOWKY. Somerset. An. 5. ASSR3IBLY. am again before my fellow citizens of Somerset county as a candidate for the ASSEMBLY. Grateful for the confidence already bestowed upon me, 1 only add thai if elected I will rep resent them faithful! v. JOHNR. EDIE. Somer...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 6 October 1846

rr.3U THE AUMT. SlcIinDss and l2a.iti among tbe Troops. GEN. TAYLOR OS VSFJL GEN. PAT PERSON O.N DL T From The UaiteJ States steamer Telegraph, Ciotain AulJ. left Brazos Santngo on the 22:h, auJ arrived here yesterday via Port Lavacca and Gilvaston, which last lace she left on the lOih. The Tele- rrah broaeht to th:s city So sick anu bsabled Volunteers, and 41 officers, and -nd-d at Invacca72 Texan Gunmon, and dis 1 a part of a company, nnmuenngU men, , at Galveston. , j ; In the same mlc the eenr. r-uwaru . - to this port from the J Empressono, Henry. Oceolo and Alber . j- uaA cr.1. 1 Una wern also at Indian I cunt. Brazos, with sixty-eight discharged so!- c''e, was blown ashore neariueuh.u Six nacl died previous to this disaster. On the t renin? of the ICth inst, a vol unteer named James Hoffman, from Nashville, Tennessee, jumped over board and was drowned; and another died a few hours afterwards, named Benjamin Hartwcll. Wc learn from a passenger direct from Camargo, which place ...

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. — 6 October 1846

SOS! E RSET HERALD. :n?r.i)Av6cT0UER o, lsic. " Sn"n j r VF.71 '177. ff Philadelphia at his r; ?'lJa!c and Coat Oficr, U our authorised iin' i b'ai:.'T? Advertisements and Sufi y7rtftr the Hi: i: A I.D" tin! is clothed Vi-iViiiwor trt rm,irifor anv ,oniM p1 jion thMCoLjccts IIU n-enrv i,, !mUs t:,- iilbitf chiw. tiz: Philadelphia, New York, bJr.u.Jfai.J Boston. " iCAXAL COMMISSIONER. JA.UES 31. POWER, OF MERCER COUNT?. FOR CONGRESS: J.rmtEJV STEUWIT, of Tayette Count v. yEXT TUESDAY ! STEWART vs. WEYAND! American Interests ts. British Interests ! FROTECTIOX vs. FREETIMBE! 'Stewart and Protection!" cught to Le the Watch-word of every iriend of American interests in this Congressional district and ail ought to go to the elec- tio n on next Tuesday and sustain by their yies the champion of those interests. Fifeiuls of the protective policy! friends of the Tariff of 1812! all who prefer their country's prosperity to their coun try's ruin; all who are truly" American in principle; all wh...

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. — 6 October 1846

I TEEMS OF THE HERALD, Tars ' roWwbed every Tuesday, 1 per annum. pya b!e h-df-yea'-ty 3nce If pv.J within ta. jett, $20 will ivn- - Uv h charged. No miWri.ttian taken for le than .ix montrta nor ear, ,bscri!r di-ennfinu untew t th. o .Hon of th Mr' Bt,, ,rrcaraSe"r6 Al- win I '-rted .1 $1 I Muare. fr lh Urn three insertion, and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer ' o:,cin pr..porUn. ,...,. , Ai.vKTisi:o:nTi inserted in the Herald and fpubiioao, three lin.ee, at $2 per aquare and . in op. fr gvervtlh.'r insertion. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE, I ENTERS ol administration, 1e bo J nis wtn '" tfsumenio anr.cxo. on te estate of Shphel Dwire.sen., de.'d, having ben grained to i!ie subscriber, resi-inur i' Turke yfoot township. Som erset ctminv, a!! permits indebted t' said estate are 'request t' make payment rlWc the ,r'u ,,,J' "f l,,loler ,,ex!i a1"1 those IiMvins claims, to present on or before said dav. property authenticated. SI1APHET DWIRE, September 8. 1846 Ct Adm'r. limit ait...

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. — 13 October 1846

nil m m w TWO DOLLARS PER ANXUM, AND FAiEHS' AriD MECHANICS' REGISTER. i IP N'OT PAID WITHIN" TTTi: TtATI. $2 50 WILL BE CliAJi'JED. HALF-YEARLY" L ADVANCE TRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1846, Vol. 4. Ho. 48 AL'TrjIX. She hath gone, the gorgeous summer, Vet on patli. and wood, and hill The traces of her rosy feet Are lightly brightly still; And, as ihe sunlight paling On eveuing leaves its flush, In the shadowy arms of Autumn Still we revel in her blush. Art thou gone, oh! lovely summer? I am wandering where the trees, The grand high priests of nature. Swing their censors to the breeze; String perfumes on the hazy air, While through the arches dim Comes far, and sweet, and solemnly Their murmured, mystic hymn. I am wandering through the forests, Through the summer woods butlo! There droops and sways a yellow Hag, Amid the green beech bough; And from the tufts of waiving fern Spring shafts of paly gold, An...

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. — 13 October 1846

B Si MB JgU-.i-JX!1ff '.'.If , K ' " trill bs very acccp'table, as to the volun teers about marching have not been paid, and many of thern are much in need of shoes and clo:hcs. I am sorry to inform yon that there is n :z cickn-s in several of the volunteer or J3. a;id it is feared that diseases will i.tcreise. In 'the Frst Tennessee Regi ment, rmrmnJcd by CoL Campbell, :n r3 than three hundred men are on the sick list, and there have been for some ! y oast several deaths each day. Oth er regiments are suflering severely, but not bo much. The diseases arc measles, dyscntcrv, and billions fever. ' Since the preceding matter was pat in 1 f . j ,e ra. I I" " - lowing extract of a letter from an omcer at Malamoras to his friend in Washing ton: "Matamoras, Sept. 13. "Mr DkarSir: I am informed by letter from L-Kiaargo, written u) my cicriv j ... ii tmf hi! n :iPP 15 II lf'(l V I IH OIS Jlvllll j r i . j . . the interior, to the effect that the sutler of the 8:h infantry left Seralvo on th...

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. — 13 October 1846

J " i i I 5 i ! f I j I t j I f j f t I t ; i i t ? i i j i i ; ! I I i i i I' i i f i ! i I SOMERSET HERALD. Trnf:;uY, OCTOBER 13, 1810. s 'i7 VAl.V.ZX F.-7- r.f n:!i.'.!o!-.;:n at his ;- tl.nilcci'l Cd Vi'cr, is oiir ouhorlr-rJ 'i'i''ur A'V;,ws A.i?fiLr,ni!3 cJ Xub-f-r t!.c -HEiTAI-IT aid U cb'ifcrd .-V.'i i-.v.T to receipt fr any io:-:,r r..iJ f.'iwii? ciiio. vcri'LiJadclpbia, icv Yurk,Cs'.t:3iorf amlL'K-.v.n. mi: w.i V.'c r-vc highly interesting intelligence j-,;,- week from the seat of war. (Jen. 'j.oj! is advancing still farther into the interior cf Mexico, while the Mexicans rrpc::r to be making extensive prepr.ru tiaas to give him a warm reception wlieu ncr they can attach him to advantage. Yfn.it the result will be, none can foretell. (Jen. Tavior will no doubt act with be- j ' GZocittV. , t . . , , ri Each successive week tlevclcpcs more commg prudence. Cut in the heart o. of fjft , ..,r illftueRce cf the enemy's country, with a small force he .u;k anj Dallas" Tarifi. Duri...

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. — 13 October 1846

TEEMS OP THE HERALD, Xn ffr U puMitfltl wy Tuesday, t t per nnia, parable half-yearly ia advance If nt paij within tho year, Si,50 mil invaria 14 y be charged. Na aSm:iii Ule for ls than fix mntha a(M. eB a ulncraer discontinue unless at the opUaa f ll ditr, until arrearagesare pal J otL AurtmassicwTS will b inserted at $1 per pjnare, for the first three insertion, and 25 cnl for erery subsequent insertion: longef . ones in proportion. AuriRTiitKEDTi inserted in the IleraU and Republican, three times, at f 2 per square and 50 cents for every other insertion. P O E T R Y. TO MISERY. Misery, thou'rt mine and only mine; All others' woe is joy, Compared with mine tis happiness, For mine hath no alloy. No respite taints my sorrow Jeep, Nor hope nor mental peace, For thy by day and hour by honr My anguish doth increase. If asked the eause I will point where Ose long last (ook I gave, While strangers "laid her cold.cold corpse In the lowly strangers' grave. , I turned away without a home, ...

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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