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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 February 1847

pjr TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM.? HALF-YEARLY IS ADVANCE. $ AND FAnaiERS' AND REGiSTEB. v IF NOT PAID WirniN THE YEAR, I $2 50 WILL DE CIIAKUED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O N A T H A N It O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1847, Vol. 5; No. 22- ontflTi:"-:-. THE SOMERSET HERALD. "TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1817. 7,The regiment of North Carolina Volunteers is complete, and the following gentlemen have been appointed field offi cers: Robert T. Paine, Colonel; John A. Fagg, Lieutenant Colonel; and Montford F. Stokes, Major. . BALTIMORE & OHIO RAILROAD. From the correspondence which re cently passed between the President of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Company and the President of the Pittsburgh & Connelsville Company, it is evident that all idea of accomplishing a connection be tween Cumberland and the head of the Ohio has been abandoned for the present. Mr. M'Lane, the President of the Balti more & Ohio Company, speaks, for once, without...

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. — 2 February 1847

'I pa. i,kisi,atitrk Froai t ie Perm. Intelligencer. T-r-l. 4. .. Hill A- i l iil-ii :nn:Ut?i"t',I."iet' ! hsMi; and 1 .f'.U' SEX ATE. Jam a ry 22. l.,id before the Senate an - n Hit ' 1 ' - . . !..nii'!iHie j tin. x '- j ; Al'o a pt-t.ri n from citizens of the city and county, ol I'hiladclpiiii agam-t the pass-"e of any lvv pr,jljil'mno Induction of Tire Apparatus into the city. Mr Cornman one ol like import. ' Mr. Overfield three of like import. s Mr Crc&rJt three of lite import. ' Mr' Dirsie one of similar import. Mr', lienner five of like import Mr Darsie, presented to the Senate the -nnuai stntenieut of the Inspectors of tne Western Penitentiary, for the year 1816. -Mr. Mason a -sciiiion 'rem citizens of Luzerne county asking for a new county Xo be called Lackawana. Mr. lloss, ve of similar import. Mr. Mason one from citizens of Brad ford comity asking fur a law to abolish capital punishment. .'.'"'. Mr. Morrison one from citizens of Huntingdon county asking for a change in...

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 February 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. ro-Thc constructor a inroad ; from 1'ittsburga to.Jiansiucia,m uoio, is O 53 K H S K T, P A., TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1317. now much spoken of. V n PALMER, V.-. cf 'inlaJchun at b ; ccived last night - i ' C.-.ni nfirv 14 our oti! i.ori 'Ctl ' nntinrn'r tl esruicb.'.re- r.. ,! 1:-;:.ite nr.;; j A.-rtitf o! sr-rtwn fo' lbe "UCAI.D" and m rlothcJ tnifi full power Jo receijt for sv.y monies paid t)him thse ol'Wls. His anry includes the fjllcwios cities. iz: Philadelphia, New Vcrk. Juki mo re and Boston. - LATE FROM EUROPE- We have a T cicTraphic d from New" Y OTk, nn- arriviil at Boston yesterday ? Advertisement anJ Sub- of the steam-packet HiLernia, .which for some days has anxiously been looked for. Her commercial intelligence is important, as indicating a considerable rise, since the sailing of the last monthly steamer, in the price of American produce. Our des patch states "that cotton lias advanced in i j from three-quarters to one pennv; com, WHIG STATE CONVENTION. ...

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. — 2 February 1847

TEEMS OF THE HERALD, This papor is published every Tuesday, tf2 per lonam, payable ha!f-year!f in dwnce. If net pJ wi:bi th. year, g2,50 will invaria- My lie charged. ' N ubription ukenfarJ, than sir months aoreaB ubcriter discontinue unless at Ike 0.ii f the editor, until arrearajesare . pU ofL - - - '" Aovutists will b nsertej at $1 per cquars, for the first three insertion, and 25 cents for every subsequent insertion: longer ns in proportion. . . List of Causes) TTTjUT down for trial at Fc bruarj term, 1847, com mencing on the 8th day. - Beuford ts Somerset and Mt. Pleasant Tump. Road Company -Baldwin el al ts Mi!ler Ueiman ts Reiman - Rankin's use ts Nefffc Neff . Wilhelm ts Hoffmyer .; Hoover ts Philippi Brooks ts Light , Brugh's assignee ts Allison Moyer .ts Meyer et a! ; Shallis ts Marteeny ) Hugus ts Bairdetal Bowers ts McCuIlough Moyer ts Hochstetler !- Thomas ts Sitzman Ealy ts Starter's adrar. Chorpenning ic Beuford ts Cassady Beuford ts Same Flick Ts'Kizer Biddle ts Klde...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 February 1847

in wism IF NOT rID WITHIN THE YEA. $i go wii.i. be CHAKCiED. TVTO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.? AtJD FARHERS' AMD MEGHAtilCS' REGISTER. HALF-YEAKLi in ADVArsut;. 3 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1347, Vol. S.No. 13- sr?,mn It THE SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1847. THE TEEMING WEST. We received a lew days since, a letter from a friend in Adams county, 111., in which the writer describes that part of the "West as being beautiful and fertile in the extreme. On an area of three and a half miles square, he says, there was raised General Taylor, because we could not the last season, about 30,000 bushels of conceiTe any motives, even of party poli wheat and a like quantity of corn, besides CV( for sucn hostility against a citizen who heavy crops of oats and grass. One far- nas unquestionably rendered distinguish racr alone had 2,000 bushels of wheat, ej service to his country, and entrenched and another had 1,600...

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. — 9 February 1847

CONGRESS. Cumsp.,attace of lU ra. Itquircr. Movements Axri:criNo (Jen. Tavlor Tilt Ti:X iiLffK-NTS. SENATE. Washm-iion, Jan. 30, 1817 w iiwiici'ici! th iTfdpDli.ils of .:.' Lull,, re-elerted for hix vears bv the Lcmlatiire of Arkansas. Tr f iriiifTun introduced a iointTCSohi- .'.-- !" . ' Mr Lewis mo-ea 10 vine up uic nnun nroT-ialioi. Rill, but the motion did not ... . , . , ... , nnrnnrialion prevail. Mr. Jarii'gan taiu uie um nc-eu-cd several amendments. The bid granting donation rights to ietiicrs id Oregon, was, -after strenuous opposition, recommitted to the Judiciary Committee. I The Naval Appropriation Bill was read twice and referred to the ComniiUee. on Finance. - The Army Bill was then taken np. The amcndmenl of Mr. Hannegan, offered yesterday, which was pending when the Senate adjourned, was agreed to. 4 It gives 1 GO acres of land to all who ierve twelve months, unless tooncr dis charged by sickness or wounds, and in rase of being killed or dying of wounds received in b...

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. — 9 February 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. g O 31 K li"s ET,PA., , ' TUESDAY. FEBRUARY V 1817. V. B. PALMER, Esq. of Philadelphia at bis jVal Estate and Coal Office, V our authorized grnt for obtaining Advertisements and Sub rij.lionfortbc "HERALD" .nJ is clothed with full po'" t0 it for ar)y n,onies PaiJ t0 him n these objects. His agency includes the following cilieg, , virrhiiadclphia, New York.' .Baltimore and Eoston. WHIG STATE CONVENTION. A State Convention, to be composed of Delegates from the City of Philadelphia the several counties equal to their rreentation in the General Assembly ci i.k -:n u i,l,l ( of tins i.; ommonwL-aii.il, wm uu hwu h Hanisburg, on TUESDAY, the 9th day of .MARCH NEXT, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of selecting candidates for Governor and Canal Com missioner Jp be supported by the Whigs and the friends of the Protective Policy at the next ensuing election, and to transact such other business as may be deemed important to the success of the Whig cause. J. P. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 February 1847

TEEMS OF THE HERALD T p i puMihed every Tuesday, at f 2 pr annum, payable half-yearlr in advance: If oat paiJ vrithiB tbe jear, 2,50 will invaria ble be charged. Na .uWacriplion taken for lew than sir months aoreaa a u!ucri!r discontinue unless at lk oitia f the eJilor, until arrearaffesare paid o ADYtrTKEX r.xrs will l . nscrted at $1 per jur, for the first three insertions, and 25 cant for erery subsequent insertion: longer nes in proportion. XEJV DRUG AND FilEDIGlME STORE IN BERLIN THE subscriber would respectfully inform the public, thai lie lias just received and opened out in the Store room of Jacob Kimmel, Esq., in Berlin, a fresh and assorted stock of Drugs, .Medicines, Faints, Dyes and Confectionaries, which he offers to sell very cheap for cash. Persons wishing to purchase articles in his line of business, are invited to call and examine his stock. ap 21'46. SAMUEL J. ROW STONE CUTTING : s t a t E .M.B.N. T - - OP THE . '. RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, In the Treasury 'of the...

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 February 1847

IP ; : !iiHa7'.V; ill TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.? HALF-VEAKLi IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FABLERS' AND MECHANICS1 RESISTED. 1 IP NOT PAID WITHIN TITC THAR, $3 SO WILL BLI I'll. KG ED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN BOW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Scries. FEBRUARY 16, 284:7, Vol. 5. No. L. WORDS OF CHEER. Jc firm and he faithful, Desert not tlie right ; Tiie brave become bolder, The darker the night ! Then up and be doing, Though cowards may fail, Thv duty pursuing, Dare all and prevail ! If scorn be thy portion, If haired and loss, If snipes, and if prison, Remember the Dross ! God watches above ihec, And He will requite .Sooner leave those who love thee, Than God and the right! T WEXTY-XIXTH COXCKKSS. SECOND SESSION. SENATE. Wednesday, February 3, 1817. "THANKS TO GEN. TAYLOR. After a few remarks from Messrs. SPEIGHT and EVAN'S in relation to the private calender The joict resolution or the Senate gi- .! .1 i r f - . ving tlie tnants oi . congress iu vn:.i. Taylor and the army ...

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. — 16 February 1847

f s - I ) 1 "J i'-j .5 1 the exception by which, those thanks and that meJ-il were acc-jmp.-mijJ. If thrs exp'i-n. 'r the capitulation it relf to which thaexceptioa referred, coa ci.:.h.1 a nan of the battle, then, ace.or- - r . t . A ... o not fur a m 1 a: all. 11 it Jul not constitute a pirtof the battle, wny should that which was irrelevant be made a part of the resolution? The naked question was this, Was the battle of Monterey rnch a one ss defer ed that the thanks of Congress and a medal should he be stowed? If it were, let them be granted, "- .. . . . . jnd granted unanimously, without con- diiion; ;nd if it were not, let both be withheld. Mr. WEBSTER said he certainly supposed t?:at, in one point of view, the arrangement for the armistice and capitu lation might be considered as part of the military "operations at Monterey, though tW were not absolutely connected with the'feats of arms performed at that place; r.nd he sunnosed that, in cases ol law 1 of inquiry ueiorc his co...

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. — 16 February 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1817. V. C rAl'-,KK Es,i- of J'h''adelihia at bis J! U-i at niJ Cord Otfice, u our authorized .n:t for cltaii in? AdvcrlijcmcntB otiJ Sub-ji-tion for llic '"HEKAI.D" and rs clothed wiih fuM power to ri n it t for nr.y niouics paid tlhimoiishese ohjorts. Hi- nenry includes l!K. Wu-wing cities, m:-riiladelj,hia, New York. ZJaltiniore and liosttn. WHIG STATE CONVENTION, State Convention, to be composed of Prk'itcs from the City of Philadelphia snii the several counties equal to their presentation in the General Assembly of'is Commonwealth, will be held at IlJirMMPr, on TUESDAY, the 9tU day o! MARCH NEXT, at 10 o'clock in the f.rVr.oon, for the purpose of selecting candidates for Governor and Canal Com xrio:icr to be supported by the Whigs and the friends of the Protective Policy at the next enduing election, and to transact puch other business as may be deemed important to the success oi me mg CaUSC J. I SANDERSON, SMUEL I). KARNS, JOSEPH KON I G ...

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. — 16 February 1847

TlfUMS OF THE IIURALD, . Tm yspit is puririKbed verv Tuesday, at ?2 jr nnnwn, ivnblo half-yearly in advance. If, i ,t pii4 within tbc year. $2,50 will injuria l,!v l.e churprJ. N Kul.srrtj.iioi. uken for i!n fix months norrjna criler c'iontinuo unWs at tbo..!5 of lUu editor, until rrearasesare AurtfTiti itJtTi will be nffrtcJ at fl per qotr, for tbe first three insertions, n1 25 oon for every subsequent insertion: longer enfftin proportion. XE1V DltUG .1X1) fSEDIGlEJE in kermis TTpIlE mhscriber would respectfully H inform tlie public, that he has just leceivedand opened out in the Store room of Jacob Kimniel, Esq., in Berlin, a fresh and assorted 9tock of Drugs, Medicines, Faints. Dyes and Confeclionaries, which he offers to sell very cheap for cash. Persons wishing to purchase orlicle? in his line of business, are invited to call mid examine his stock. Bp21'40. SAMUEL J. ROW STONE CUTTING M E N T $ T A T..B. of RECEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES, In the Treasury of the County of Somerset, P...

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. — 2 March 1847

?ifnn TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.? JIALF-YEARLV IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARRIERS' AND MECHANICS' REGISTER. vIF NOT TATD WITHIN THR YEAR. i $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDA1T, MARCH 2, 1847, Vol. 5. No. 15. HOW SHALL I MEET THEE? How shall I meet thee! With the trust, The free fund trust of other years! With the Jeep, fervent joy that must Express itself in silent tears! With eajer grasp and gladden! tone Such smiles as for our childhood shone! j-0f Friendship blooms no more for us, Tia long since I have met thee thus! How shall I meet thee! With the blush That kindles at thine earnest gaze, While quick thoushts o'er my spirit rush The quivering lip my heart betrays: With voice whose faltering accents breathe The trembling jW that lurks beneath! STo! Such vain dreams ore not for us, I do not wish to meet thee thus. ( How shall I meet thee! With an eye That hath no brightness, vet no tears; "WItK lnvo.11r.ca tr...

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. — 2 March 1847

SOnEPijZT HERALD. V. T). r.M.MRR. Vs,. of n,ild-li t tw Aceotfor oM.irini .rrtimenj. and . o - wrili'n for the H ' J- with full to rwrint tor any monirn His ngpnrj inrludi'S the f Slewing ciu T7.: Philadelphia, cw Tc k, fialiimorenl Bo1on. WIIIO STATE CONVENTION. A Slate Convention, to be composed of Deflates from the City of Philadelphia and the several counties equal to their representation in the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, will held t oi uns v rpripsDW. the CJli day Harnsburg, on I I' 1 , . ' of MARCH NEXT, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, for the purpose of selecting candidates for Governor and Canal Urn jnissioner to be supported by the W lugs and the friends of the Protective Policy at the next ensuing election, and to transact filch other business as may be deemed mportant to tiic success oi me nig a.use. J. P. SANDERSON," SAMUEL D. EARNS, J OS E PII KONI G M ACHE R, MORTON McMICIIAEL, GEORGE ERETV, II. JONES BROOKE, TIIEO. D. COCHRAN, JAMES FOX, JAMES MARTIN, AVI M...

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. — 2 March 1847

SOMERSET HERALD SOJ1KU6ET, P A., TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1847. FOR GOVERN OH: HON. JAMES COOPER, (Su'jt t'' i,:e decision vf the State Convention.) "THE DISTRESS IN IRELAND. The prevailing distress in Ireland has railed forth the sympathies of the Ameri can people, and in a number of places public meetings have been held end mea sures adopted to send bread-stuffs to the psffrrers with nil possible expedition. Hundreds of the Irish, especially of the poorer classes, have already periehed for Mailt of proper nourishment, and thou sands more are threatened with a similar fate. The distress has reached even ma ny of the small land-holders, whose stock of provisions has been exhausted, and who, like their poorer neighbors, are now dependent upon charity for the means of CnV,sistenec. For a more full account of the prevailing distress the reader is refer- red to the proceedings of a public meeting j ,,e waj tf.erc would have been no inva rceenllv held in Philadelphia, which will j sion. The evi...

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. — 2 March 1847

v . . 4 i. ' 1 1 . 1 ! i .i i !" 'U 1 1 : I ! i ' f : v r' :? ! i LINKS A SlOKSTED BV THE APPEARANCE OF M. AnMix the Hall of REPRESENTA TIVES AFTER A I.OXO AND M. THE MEMBERS RISING PFVERE ILL TO RECEIVE HIM. up lrfrrrr thr hrmrrf hrad and honor the fact oftheoldrntmr)- lur. vr ! " yc men of fewer years, Before that ancient man, And welcome in your midst again The honored of his clan ! Who, like a sunbeam in your Hall Shedding its latest ray, Leaves a more cr.lmer yercner glow As daylight fades away. Gaze on him there, while yet you mayt Statesmen of fresher fame ! 'What would you give t0 gain the praise That gilds that patriarch's name ! See ! round his brow a civic wreath Is beautifully twined, "While thro' his life there threads a stream Of virtues well combined. Rise, then, ye men of younger fame! 4'Kise !" grasp that patriot's hand, And cherish him while yet you may, That Ancient of your band ! Washington, Feb. 10, 1847. M. W. T. A SON OF PENNSYLVANIA. The Washington Correspond...

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. — 9 March 1847

in; Mi TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. $ AND FARMERS' AND RIGHAGS' REGISTER. IF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR, $Z 50 WILL DE CHAINED. s ItflUvLS PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Hew Series. TUESDAY MARCH 9, 1347, Vol. 5. 2fo. 17. SONG FOR ALL SEASONS. 'Tis sweet to walk the fields of spring, When first the feathered warblers sing; When, peeping forth 'mid youthful green, The modest violets are seen. Sweet is the breath of summer morn, And s'ect ihe slSJlt f Sea corn And sweet, at evening's closing hour, The balmy breeze, the fragrant flower. 'Tis sweet when harvest glories shine, When glowing clusters load the vine. When bows the heavy tree, and pours la autumn's lap its juicy stores. 'Tis sweet, ay, sweet when winter's blast, O'er autumn's fruitful fields hath passed; Earth lolds her snowy mantle round, And lies in wintry slumbers bound. So every season, then, we sing Sweet summer lime, and sparkling spring, And autumn rich, 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. — 9 March 1847

ZSXJS. soasnsET herald. V. It. PALM CH, EJ- of rhUleli-hlA at his Cot. nd C-ml 03cc, i our authorized ?.M for o!tai;:t2 AJwftijewnU end" Sub .r."i;,tiua forth. H HfiALD " indis clolhcJ wi:h full power lo receipt for nj monies paid toh.mn iheae objects. H Sn7 includes the folfcwinj ciliw, vir Philadelphia, New York. Z?Uimore nnJ Doi. From the U. S. Gazette. STEWART DINNER. The Whig Young Men of the city and county of Philadelphia, will give a Pub lic'Dinner to the Hon. Andrew Stew art, of Pennsylvania, on Friday next, 5th of Marchat the Columbia House, Chestnut St. below Seventh, in compli ment to hi long continued and able ser vices in the cause of Domestic Protection snd Home Industry. Invitations have been sent to the Hon. Thomas icmas Corwin, Hon. J. J. Crittenden, Hon. R. C. Wir.lhrop, and other distin guished members of Congress, who are expected to attend. Tickets, tl each, mav be h"d at ths Columbia House, C. Y' Bender's Star Hotel, Dock St., Rubi cam House, Cth above Chestnu...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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SOMERSET HERALD. $ O 31 E ft $ i: T, I A., TUESDAY. MARCH 9, 1847. jrjUv divine permission Elder James Jbrtic of Fayette Count' will preach in the Disciples meeting house, on next Lordsday morning, at 10 o'clock. LIEUTEN ANT GENERAL UN DER A NEW NAME. The House of Representatives, on the 2f)ih ultimo, ly a vote of 112 lo 87, passed a bill authorizing ihe President to appoint two additional Major Generals, s:ul three Brigadier General?, and to se lect any Major General to take the corn mind of the Armies. This bill, in con nexion with the powers conferred upon him under the ten regiment bill, will ena ble the President to act the part of a mo narch, inasmuch as he can exercise plena ry power in regard to all the appoint ments of officers, numbering altogether several hundred, from a Commander-in-chief down to the rank of Captain. This is but reviving the defunct Lieuten- ant General project; but, in the absence cf late intelligence from Washington, we venture to predict that it has r...

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. — 9 March 1847

POETRY. SOME THINGS LOVE AID BY T. B. READ. All within anJ all without me Feci a inelanchaly thrill, And the darkness hangs about me, Oh, how still : To my feet the river glidcth, Through the shadow, sullen, dark, On the stream the white foam ridcth, Like a barque; Like the lindon leans above mc, Till I think some things there be In this dreary world that love mc, Even me. Gentle flowers are springing near me, Shedding sweetest breath around; Countless voices rise to cheer me, From the ground; And the lone bird comesI hear it, In the tall and windy pine, Pour the sadness of its spirit Into mine? There its swings and sings above me, Till I think some :hings there be la this dreary world that love me, Even me. Now the moon bath floated to me, On the stream I sec it sway, Sieging boat like, as 'twould woo me Far away. And the stats bend from the azure, I could reach them where I lie, And they whisper all the pleasure Of the sky: There they hang and smile ahove me, Till I think ome thin...

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