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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 March 1847

- v --.-.'- V- ; .. -.' - - r S 1 J- '"' .. ' - ' " - ---'- .- - . .. ; ",.. ,- OH yyu i r TWO . DOLLARS PER .ANNUM, ? HAJ-r-YEAKLV IN- ADVANCE. 5 S IF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. 1 i 50 W1IJ. DE CHANGED. PRINTED AND; PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY li J 0 :N IT II A "N: II O W SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. seiv Serics.3 TUSSDAl?, r?lAH.CH , 26,;, 1847,- Vol. 5. No. 1 Ocissn J : :-- ' SPEECH OF 1 '. ?IR. STEWART, OF PC.VVA, , ON THE . THREE MILLION APPROPRIATION BILL A5D THE - ' ' MEXICAN WAR. silvered in the House nf Representatives of tlu ,;;... U. S., February 13, 1S17. ': ' The House being in. Committee of the "Whole on the state of the Union on the Three Million" Appropriation bill Mr, STEWAUT said he. proposed, in the first place, to inquire, briefly into the true purposes and objects of this bill; for it seemed to biin that, in the course of the present debate, almost every thing else had been discussed but the bill itself. .This hill grants the President what he demands,- three millions ...

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 March 1847

303SIEHSET HERALD. V. B. PAI.MCR, E. of ThiWoii'i" ... - . . i(xd L.ia a nJ Coal OCW, " Ad(rtirnrt,M and fcub- nJ clothed paid s loImm the olect. If is Sifcnrj jiKluaes vir Philadelphia, New DEMOCRATIC WHIG STATK COXVEIfTIOS.. TUESDAY, March 9, 1847. At 10 o'clock this ihf the delegates to the Democratic Whig SUte Convention of Pennsylvania assembled in the Court House in llarmburgh. Samuel Bell of Reading was elected President ro tew, of the Convention, and A. J. Ogle, of Somerset, and Thomas W. Duflleld, of Philadelphia, Secretaries A committee of one from each .oentUo rial district was then appointed to report officers for the permanent organization of the Convention; and then the Convention adjourned till 2 o-' clock in the afternoon. 'Tuesday, 2, o'clock P. M. The Convention met agreeable to adjourn ment, and was called to order by U12 Pre sident. Mr. Adam?, from the committee to nominate officers for the permanent or ganization of the Convention, made the following report, whi...

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 March 1847

SOMERSET" HERALD. 6 on ens et, 'pa.,. TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1817. fqu g oversow. GEN". JAMES 11 IV J X, or c::trh cocntv. Tor Casta! Commissioner. JOSEPH! .W; l'ATTOX, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. UK. J A JSCS HIVE. Uv the proceedings of ihe Whig State Convention it will be. seen that .Gen. James Irvin, of Centre Count', has been put in nomination as the Whig candidate r - l?r'.'tririr -it lt nti! nor plorl inn . As ,,....,,1 nriftir-il Whinr mil! zealous- ail- ' a rutiuu j ' voeate of a protective tariff, Gen. Irvin is second to no man in the State-, -and his 'popularity in his own district, together villi his speeches in Congress, while he was a member of that body, furnish the verv best evidence of his fitness for the Executive chair. Though Gen. Irvin was not the first choice of the Whigs of this county, we feel assured that they u ill give him a cordial support at the cn uinj election. . - ' THE NATIONAL ADMINIS TRATION. We are of that class of politicians who are content at all times lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 March 1847

car maze authority to call out a sufficient force, bnt he declined to do it. We oJcrcJ him trojps enoa-rii, but he left 'them behind. And now, when the Mexicans hare en trencheJ themselves, hare strengthened ir frtiiiSJuans,- put down their tinJ areoaitea as nn , ... i.;fi,;. Santo Anna, at-tneir ni ur nil"- ""j lavthe lreiJe-it is reaciy i B T , ilC bustling abowuand -complaimnjof S-ant of means. General Games, know-in- that the true course was to etnke quick and heavy blows, promptly enned to the Held all the. forces .at. hand, to act with energy, hcrore the enemy ; had time to harmohiie and concentrate their strength and thus to put an end to the war at once; mnd. for doing this he has been eonrt marualledby t!ie President, and removed from his command in the -south. And Sdid the Present do! Instead of sLrikin" vigorously at the heart of Mcxi , rf.,.,,1 inr-f!mr her remote and to, ne i" uu"u " ; . - , frnrekss" frontiers, m ' organizing eivu governments, and in securing territory...

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. — 23 March 1847

or fire 0 2 I 1 : TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.? " ' HALF-YEARLY - IN ADVANCE. 5 AMD FAREQS' MW iMIANIGSJ ilF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. I $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. . PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JO N ATHAN R O W , SOMERSET, S03IERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. Jk U 4J3JW4.. M. j - AlAAAbVM , AO'S j Vol. 5. No. 19. til n REGISTER OLD MAIDS. BY WORDSWORTH. And now I see with eye serene, The very pulse of the machine; A being breathing thoughtful breath, A traveller between life and death; Tlie reason firm, the temperate will. Endurance, foresight, strength and skill; A perfect woman, aobly planned . To warn, to comfort, and command; . And yci a spirit, still and bright With something of an angel-light. DEMOCRATIC " 'WTSZG STATC COVETgO. WEDNESDAY MORNING. . 9 o'clock, A. M. The Convention met agreeably to ad journment, and was called to order by the President. . Mr. Kunkel submitted a resolution for the appointment of a State Committee to constat of twenty-four, to be appointed by the President...

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. — 23 March 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. V. B. PALMEI. Ej. of PhilaJelj.hi at bi -pirv.wt C.l Office, i r uihned Artntfar obtni-.inp .UfrtiiMnU nJ Sub- hrthe -HERALD" snJ is clothed I '- I f H " ' i'h full power " rrefipt for any monies pM i t bins n these t'ae follf'nf e-':r.i dries, Philadelphia, rw State Central Committee. Thomas E. Fraxxlix. Lancaster City, Thomas Dcxcax, Dauphin county James Mattix, Thomas C. Uambly, York Wm. M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Smyses, Adams John P, Wetiiexill, Philadelphia city Joseph R. Chandler KOBERT T. COSRAD " Thomas McGratu, Philadelphia co. Dills n Lfthsr, Berks "Robert M. Barp, Franklin Tjios. M. T. M'Kennan, Washington j Andrew J. Oslk; Somerset Harmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango Joseph II. KriiNS, Westmoreland G. J. Ball, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna Elhanan Smith, Wyoming Samuel A. Purviatsce, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester . Rocket T. Putts, Montgomery. The nomination or Gen.Irvin as "Whig candidate for Governor is ...

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. — 23 March 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S0 51 2: 11 S K T, I A., , , , t . TUESDAY." MARCH 23, 1847. roR governor. -GEN. J A SIRS III YIN", CF CENTRE COCNTT. I'ct Carol Commissioner. JOSEPH W. PATTONj OF Ci"rj3ERLAM COt'NTV. THE ENSUING ELECTION7. The ensuing election in Pennsylvania w ill be a highly important one, both in re gard to its immediate results and its re cote consequences. The present Sute Executive, it is well 'known, though perhaps not generally ad mitted, is a weak, imbecile officer a mere camp follower" of the great leaders of his party, who is unable to either con ceive or carry out any scheme of State policy, unaided by men of greater talent tnd experience than himself. The honor and interests f the Commonwealth and of the people therefore demand his defeat and the election in his stead of one more competent to discharge the high and re rponsible duties which devolve upon the chief Executive officer. The present Ecard cf Canal Commis sioners is compered of two Democrats and cne Whig, th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 March 1847

ESSE! POETRY. From the Columbian Magailue. SORROW'S HOLIDAY. ; Gay girls are wreathing Flowers in their hair, ' Fond lip are breathing The wish--the prayer. , Lonely the laughter, The revel I shun; . One stealeth after , . How welcome thai one. Far away gleaming, -The dancers flit byi Here sit we dreaming Memory end I. Fair beads of amber, She couoteth the while, Ia the slill chamber, With sigh and smile; And as she te'leth Her Tosary o'er, Wild my heart dwelleth. On hours of yore. Some winged treasure. That flew from . my arms, Some perished pleasure, Each bead enbalms. All hopes I cherished, There find a tomb, One by one perished, - In glory and bloom. Sound harp and viol! Speed the bright hours! Life's sunny dial, They count by flowers. They the light-hearted! Ah! dearer to me, . One dream of the parted, Than all their wild glee. Still the past haunts me! 'Mid all hope can say, Memory chants me, A lovelier lay. INTERESTING TO APPLE GROWERS. In a letter published in the January nu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 March 1847

mm . TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 5 HALF-VBAKLY. IN ADVANCE. 5 : . AHO FAniVIEOS' AMO ;DGHAniGS' 0EG1S7E0. i IF NOT PAID WITHIN THE TEAR, 2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED 'WEEKLY- BYi; J ON AT H AN II O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. ( YT N Ta f fF ""n si 60 u A II I f nu 2; Uew Series. From Blackwood's Magazine. HONOR TO THE PLOW. Though clouds o'ercast our native sky, And seem to dim the suii, We rill not down in langor lie, Or deem the day is done: The rural 'iris we loved before - No less we'll cherish now; ; And crown the banquet, as of yore. With Honor to the Plow. In these fair Gelds, whose peaceful spoil To faith and hope are given, "We'll seek the prize with honest toil,. , And leave the rest to Heaven. We'll jrird us to our work like men Who owe a holy vow, 7 And if in joy we meet again,. : Give Honor to the Plow. Let Art, array'd in magic power. With Labor hand in hand, Go forth, and now in- peril's ' hour Sustain a sinking land. " Let never Sloth unnerve the arm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 March 1847

SQI3EP.32T HERALD. V. n. PALMER Cj. of Philadelphia at his TVs! Cents flsvl CWt O3of, U our authorized A -rut for oiui ii.u AJvrtiveincnU and Sub wripijoafortho ILS'tAl.D M ant i clothed viih f-:i P'Aff t nwii-t for anj women piJ t-Airawnthe r'- 1Iis '"r-r f.,!!.-:og f-. PUilaWytua New i'o i. Z?j!urare an J U-UU. Thomas E. FfiNnxiv, Lancaster City, Thomas Duxca:, Dauphin count James Marti, " Thomas . ILvbly, York Vvm. M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Sarscit, Adorns JonS P. WTHER!LL, Philadelphia City Jrrrra 11. CaASULEa KEcnT T. Cv,m:.vb Thomas McGsath, Philadelphia co. DiLir.R Lutiikr, Berks "Robert M. Bard, Franklin Tnos. M. T- M'Kenxajt, Washington .Axdscw J. O-LE, Somerset Harmar Denny, Allegheny BicfiARD Ikwix, Venango Joseph II. Krnss, Westmoreland Cm. J. Halt., Erie II. D. Max-wi.il. Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna E mi an ax Smith, Wyoming Samuel A. Purviance, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester "Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. LATER FilOM THE ARMY. From the Commercial Journ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 March 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S 31 E II .MI T, I .4., TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1S47. rcn coversqr. G EX. JAMKSIUVIX, OF CIXTRE COCNTT. Vor C'arinl Commissioner. JOSKPH W. PATTOX, or craEERiA.vD corxTY. - 1 J I readers to learn that at a meeting of the LOGOFOCO IJOXESTY. ( stockholders cf the Baltimore and Ohio for several months prior to the meet- j Railroad Company, held in Baltimore on h: of l Wl llS State Convention, it was ; 22d inst., a committee was appointed cuite evident frora ths Oa- of public sen-jto proecej to Pittsburgh to confer with cseatthat Gen. Irvia would be nomina- rlbc Managers of the ConnetU'iiile Cora t.l for Governor; and ii was therefore by j p2ay in regard to a connexion of die two means a matter of surprise to see i improvements. Thii puts anew com f. ;T!c of the Locofceo presses chargmg j pinion on the prospect of a Railroad Hen. Irvin, in anticipation of hi nomina-1 connexion between those two cities. - ::cnf with having voted, when in Con-; jtts?, for a t.-:x upon tea snd ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 March 1847

POETRY Th- folhwi5 graceful lines are from the pen of Mr. M" W." Thompson, lbs widow of the late CoL Tbomtson, of the U. States Infantry, who was killed at the head of his regiment jn me norma war. They are an appropriate inouie from a soldier's widow to the memory oi who fell, lite her husband, in the lattle-f.eld for their cntry. - . ... THE FALLEN HEROES OF .MON TEREY, t , i ' The remains of the gallant officers ho fell at Monterey, in Mexico, have been brought to their homes, to be -mingled with their kindred dust, under their native sties. - - oft swells tlie bugle's notes, - Low rolls the muffling drum,' v , Measured, and slow, the heavy tread. That bears tliem to their home..' The.battle's din has ceased, "' I Proud victory's shout is hush'd. Hot sorrow mingles in that joy, . For many a hope is crushed, , . s ' Strew'd o'er that warring field, . : Mangled, and, cold they lay The brave the young our country's ? , i ' boast - - " Ah, fearful was the fray! Late, and amidst those...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 6 April 1847

2 a lit .- t -K i Jj TWO DOLT.AKS PEK ANNUM, ? HAbF-VEAKLY ' IN ADVANCE. 5 i IF NOT PAID U fTI JIN THE YEAR, i $i 50 WILL DE CM AKGEU. rillNTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O N AT II A 1ST it O W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. "Tew Series. 1 t I From the Cincinnati .News. , ". SERLX4DE. BY THOMAS WALLING FORD. " The stars are shinmg brightly love, Down from the beauteous sky, While I under thy window, love, Am singing merrily. The moon is gently beaming, love, From her ethereal bed of blue; The gay guitar is sounding, love, And all, yes all for you! The dogs are barking loudly, love, I wish the varmints dead, ; " I know if you were near them, love, You'd knock 'em on the head! The theatre is just out, love, The people come this way; But t'aixt no use to stop me, love, In this sweet rondelay! Now open wide the shutter, love, And show thy lovely face, Hallo! By Joe! ,rFis the old black cook! " I swear I've missed the place! Exit, running with the dogs after him. CAMPAIGNING IN MEXICO. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 6 April 1847

8Q3IERSET HERALD. V. B. PALMES, f Phih.-Wpht at bis JJaI Es-at. su-l C.1 0:3., i ur authorial ArntJbr oMimrr AcUr'lbeiPcnts anJ oh ..onforlha -HBIAl.D" J elothrJ Vuh full rrr to rri, I I"" th. WIc-winj citi". .ir-rW-cIw, ?Ww ftfai rrnlral CnntniKtec. Thomas E. Franklin, Lancaster City, Thomas Dl'NCan, Dauphin count James Martjs, Thomas C. Hamblv, York Wx. M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Smtser, Adams John P. Wethcrill, Philadelphia city Josjfii n. Chandler " . Robert T. Conrad " Thcxas McGbatji, Philadelphia co. Diller LrnrER, Berks . Robert M. Bard. Franklin Thos. M. T. M'Kennan, Washington Andrew J. Ogle, Somerset IIabmar Dennv, Allegheny Richard iRwrv, Venango ' Jostrn II. Knixs, Westmoreland G. J. Ball, Erie JI. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna Elhanaw Smith, Wyoming Samuel A. Purviance, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester Robert T. Potts, .Montgomery. THE WAR. The recent intelligence from the Rio drandc has produced, as might have been cxpeCed, a high degree of ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 6 April 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. SOMIlKSi: T, I A., TUESDAY, APRIL G, 1617. FOK fiOTER.OR. GEX--JAMKS THVIX, OF CENTRE COL'NTV. for Ca:ml Commissioner. JOSEPH W. PATTOX, OF CUMBERLAND CO! NTYV ' tTieTnevv tost office law. For the information of oar readers we nuWish the directions of ihe Post Master (ieneral to Deputies entire in this day's paper. , Persons who have examined the law pised at the last session of Congress say they can find in it no authority for re-imposing postage on newspapers which had been exempted under thetor mcr law. But we suppose the Post Mas ter General views the late act as superse ding entirely the former one, which it probably does too; but if so, it ctrn be in tended only for the benefit of larg e news paper establishments in the cities, which will thereby be enabled to crush the coun-t.-r presses and thus monopolise the v'hole business. Under the thirty miles act most of the country papers acquired an extensive circulation; but now, that the postage has been re-imposed...

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. — 6 April 1847

jP O B T IZ Y ("From the Boston Traveller. civs 3JC rnnEr: csnixs of COH,MTf!CR! BV MRS. A. M. ESMOND. The above words were the last request of an Irish lad to h"i3 mother; as lie was Svinof starvation. She found three Train's In the corner of his ragged jacket Socket, an J gave them to him. It was all she had; the whole family were per ishing from famine Give me three grains of corn, mother, Only three grains of com; It will Iseep the little life I have . Till the coming of the morn. -I am dying of hunger and cold, mother, .s Dying of hunger and cold; And half tlie agony of such a deafli My Hps aTe nevcr to' It has gnawed like a wolf at my heart, . mother, - A wolf that is fierce for blood, All the livelong day and the night beside, Gnawing for lack of food. 1 dreamed of bread in my sleep, And the sight was heaven to see: I woke with an eager famishing lip, But ycu had no bread for me. How could I loolc to yon, mother, How could I look to you . -Tor bread to give your starving boy....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 13 April 1847

gM88l iHyyU 7 WO DOLLARS PER HALF-YEARLY IX ADVANCE-5 AND FAOIVIERS1 AND r.lEG! litf JIGS' HEGISTEO. vIF NOT PAID WITHIN THK TEAK. I $Z SO WILL BU CfJARGED. PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. new Series. TUSSDAIT, APRIL 13, 18$7, Vol. 5.-X?o. 22 From the Journal of Commerce. IRELAND'S APPEAL. BT XEtS. LYDIA H. SIGOURNET. P!e Erin toward her rocky strand la frantic anguish prest. Ana shrieks of wild, imploring pain Burst from her laboring breast. Her children in their vigor fell, To secret shafts a prey, Ai l miT'd by famine's plague-spot dire, la fearful numbers lay. For all around her mournful realm The smitten harvest spread. While sad the furrow'd church-yard told The planting of the dead. "Wake! glorious Nation of the West ake to ihv sister s woe. Her earnest hands to thee are spread, Thy liberal aid bestow. Bid thy rich harvest load the ware, Unlock compassion's stream, And with the surplus of thy wealth Her misery redeem. Haste! pluck ...

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S9SEER3ET HERALD. V. 15. PM.MSfl, Uv of rti!aJpf.Ui at his I!p 1 n'nt4 "al OiUor, h our authorized jftr.tfjr ol-laiuiuff Adrcrti-cmenU anJ Sub rri'ii jft for lh " HKRALD " ami i clothed -i U fnU pwr to receipt for any monies feiJ u"uirnnthi olj-t-. Hi a-nry includes th Uk-tin; cliiw. vir-Phibd'phia, New State CVntral Committee ':. Tiioas E. Franklin. Lancaster City, Thomas Di xcan, Dauphin county James Mabti, - " Thomas C. IIamblv, York Wb.M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Smtser. Adams John P. Wethkkiix, Philadelphia city Joseph R. Chandler Robert T. Conbab . Thomas McGbatu. Pmladelphia co. . DlLLER LATHER, Berks Robert M. Bard, Franklin Tbos. M. T. M'Kennax, Washington Andrew J. Ogle, Somerset JIarmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango Jopepii II. KcniNs, Westmoreland . G. J. Ball, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbfry, Susquehanna Elk a nan Smith, Wyoming Samcel A. Pckvxaxce, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. From the Pittsburgh American. ST...

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1 SOMERSET HERALD: TUESDAY. APIHL " 13, 1S47.T VGll GOVERNOR. GEX. JAMKS UtVIX, . .CF CEN'TRE CO TNT V. for Canal Commissioner. J OS BP II VAT-TON, OF CTM3ERLAVD CO.CNTT. Thp ntimasons and Whirrs of Somer- ft County aro requested to assemble i a j i,.,r,iv- Meeting at the Court House in i iVmntV lUCCUU ,-:nerset. on Tuesday' evening of next Court week, (May 4th) for the purpose Oi '.I'i'-1 - nrrh ef American Principles at the next On, her election. S-rnucl W. Pearson, of Somerset Bor. John J. Sehell, Somerset Borough. perrv Walker, Somerset township. ' Samuel-Miller, " " Horace Ludington, Milford. Aaron Schrack, Turkey foot. Jchn P. H. Walker, Addison. Elijah Warner, Elkhck, C. M. Hicks, Summit. Oor-e Klingaman, Jr., Greenville, Daniel Ipley, Southampton, Jac-.b iloon, Allegheny, Jprob Lambert, Stony creek, Michael Berkev, Berlin Borough, Samuel Bitner, Brothersvalley tp. William Reel, Shade, Adam Holtzapple, Paint, " George Master?, Ccnemaugh, '"Edmund Kieman. Jenner, Michael Zimme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 13 April 1847

TEH3IS OF THC nC21AI-I. T pscr it puhlUhed every Tuesday, stf2 per annum, pyH!J half-yearly in Jnc If ot p-iiJ within th year, 52,50 will iovaria Ay W charged. No ulcriiiio utfffrleMthnx months narcaas aWril.er dicntiflue unless at the option of the cJitor, aotiUrrcaragesare paiilofl. Ai)Tr.rTiStirTi wm bo n.erteJ t $1 per aquure. for the first three insertion, anJ 25 ccule fr every aubsequeut insertion: longer nfs in proportion. Cheap Tin-Ware. WILLIAMJ. PARKER. A S removed Ins shop to the building recently occupied by Elias Uenfnrd saddler shop, one door -east of ihc Herald office, Somerset, Pa., here e will constantly keep on hand genera! assortment of TIN-WAKE, manufactured of good material and in neat and substantial manner. He will ! ro.ke to order COPPER WARE of vfry description n short notice. All of hIHcIi he sell uncommonly -cheap for Cash or exchange for approved country produce. Cotmtry meichanls who wish to bur ware to retail, can be supplied on skort notice and accommo...

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