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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 20 April 1847

SSfMESl AND FARMERS': AIIQ RIEGHAIiIGS' REB1STEB. . : PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Hew Scries. Vol. 5.-rio. 23. ROUGH AND READY." Thy country hails thee, Hero Chief, There's victoiy in thy tramp, No foe can meet thy eagle eye, Thy patriot ardor damp. Oa Palo Alto's bloody plain, Resaca's field of palms. Thou gave'st new glory to our name, New lustre to our arms. Victorious still at Monterey, Thou didst what few would dare, And foremost in that bloody fray, Thy form was everywhere. TltO'.'.ffh paltry souls may dare assail The deeds 'thine arm hath done, Black envy's shaft can never dim The laurels Thou hast won. Co on! go on, old Hero Chief, There's glory in thy brow, Thy name is on each patriot tongue, Thy fame's thy country's now. ACCOUNT OF THE BATTLE. We find in the New Orleans Troiuc of the 30ih ultimo the subjoined highly j interesting account of the Battle of Bue- i na Vista, from the pen of an accomplish- j t-d gentleman who sha...

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. — 20 April 1847

S32IERSET HERALD. Eal Ziafc C,ral 'a ' , u . iJvrrllvem at,J nb A-nttar oUunnae Ah" .far-HWALD" and clothed 4. H nfenrr includes . I n t0 wntTi... n riiila-lolphia, New Tw t, tfa!lim' anJ Ee-ri Thomas E. Fiuxklxx, Lancaster City, Tromas Duncan, Dauphin county James Martix, " Thomas C. U AMEi v ork yK. M. Watts, Cumberland tx T Rmtser. Adams V P WKTZin.iu. Philadelphia city J0PH R. CHAKBLKa PoofrT T. Conrad Thomas McGratii, Philadelphia co. DirAFR Li'thkr, Berks PpnT M. 13ari, Franklin T T. M'Kennax, Washington 1 Hi'.- " - Andrew J. 0lk, Somerset Harmar Df.xny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango Jossrn H. Kuiins, Westmoreland G. J. Ball, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. H. Salisbury, Susquehanna Elhanan Smith, Wyoming Samlel A. PfRviAxcE, Bailer Henry S. Evans, CJiesler Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. From the National InUR-mctr, BATTLE OF VERA CRUZ. Instead of crowding our paper with all the official papers relating to this brilliant achievement which the Department has laid before th...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 20 April 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY. APRIL 20, 1S17. for goverxok. GEX. JAMKS IUVIX, OK CEXTRK COUNTY. ror Canal Commissioner. JOSEPH V. PATTON, OF CTMBF.KLAXI) COFXTV. The Antimasons ami Whigs of Somer 5ct Countv are requested lo assemble in Comitv Meeting t the Court House in vjjmrrset, on Tuesday evening of next Court week, (May 4th) for the purpose 0f adapting measures to reeure the tri umph of American Principles at the next October election. Snrr.uel W. Pearson, of Somerset Bor. John J. Schcll, Somerset Borough. Perry Walker, Somerset township. Samuel Miller, Horace Ludington, Milford. Aaron Schrack, Turkeyfoot. Jcl::i P. H. Walker, Addison. Elijah Warner. Elkltck, C. M. llieks, Summit. George KHngaraan, Jr., Greenville, Daniel Lrpley, Southampton, Jacob Hoon, Allegheny, ! Lambert, Sfonycrcek, Michael Berkey, Berlin Borough, Samuel Bi'.ner, Brothers valley tp. William Reel, Shade, Aclam Holtzapplc, Paint, George Masters, Conemaugh, Edmund Kiern:ii, Jcnner, Michael Zimmerman, Quemahoning,...

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. — 20 April 1847

TERMS OF TSID HCRiLO. ) per annutn, PyaMc half-yemrlv in advance. Ifn puiJ within th year, f2,50 will iuvaria lil j lc ctiareeJ. No iWri,.ioti uUn forleMiban.ix months nor can a subscriber discontinue unless at the option of the ediiox, unliLrrcaragesare fiiiJ off. Anvrrrisr.MF.xT- xvill I nserto.1 at fl per square, for the lirt three insertions, and 25 cent for twry subsequent insertion: longer oivsin proportion. Cheap Tin-Ware. TTTTAS removed liis simp to the JUL building recently occupied by Elias lienford as a saddler shop, one dour east of the Herald office, Somerset, Pa., where he will constantly keep on hand I r M l m. w 1? v JBi,Mr.,l r ma.Pri,! an.! . lieat and substantial manner. He willi also make to order COPPER WARE of! every description on 6hort notice. All of which he will sell uncommonly cheap for Cash or exchange for approved j country produce. Country merchants who wish to buy ware to retail, can be supplied on short notice and accommodating terms. April 6, 1847. S...

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. — 27 April 1847

on w TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM. HALF-YEARLY" IN ADVANCE. AND FABLERS' AND MECHANICS' REGISTER. iIF NOT TAID WITHIN TIIH YEAR, i $'i 50 WILL BE CUARUED. S9 rBINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. i .... . , , . - ., - - , New Scries. - TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1847, Vol. 5.-No. 24. TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1817. rgWe commend the following arti cle lo the notice of the honest and mod crate portion of the Democratic party. To the radical barnburning "progressives" it savors so strongly of conservatism, or Federal Whiggery that they of course Mill not read it. It is, however, from a Locofoco paper, one which did what it could to elect Mr. Polk, and as such valuable, as an indication of what the moderate portion of the party think of him L his war. If a Whig had said as much, Mr, Polk would have thought se riously of having htm hanged as a traitor, forgiving "aid and comfort to the ene mv." We scarcely know what the of fence may be construed to be now, per haps only ...

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. — 27 April 1847

; t 1 ; J f 'I '.!; i ; '' i . - - Hi? ?,''! Mi ' j i! ! Jr. , T 1. it ; ; t .j : . i ; 1 1 1 I ' i 1! 7:-M E. r.snux. Lancaster City. Tjivo.. Duncan, D-uphin county TZ McGbtu, Philadelphia co. Dille- Lpths. Bs T?irrT M. U vau. l-ranin ToV. M T. M'ICensav, Washington jc J. Oule, Somerset IUrmar Df.xxy, Allegheny t u r-nv. Westmoreland ;. J. Birx. Erie IT. D. Mell, Ncrthr.mptoa J T Si.i5S"RY, Susquehanna Eliianan Smith, Wyomirg SiMrrL A. PcRviAXcr, butler Henry S. Evans. Chester Eoekst T. Pot-j, Montgomery. Wekarn, hy a letter from Charles AKninch of the U. S. army, to one of 1 s brother?, that IIensy Rink, of Berlin, in this county, vs killed al the battle of Pur.a Vista. Hevrasfosnd the day after the battle, ly his fellow town-man, lying on the field, shot thresh ike bead with a mus- Let baZL Co e"-3ndr.ce cf the Pitts. Gazette. LATER FROM EUROPE. BELFAST DATES TO SGtu MARCH. Arrival ofJIic IVni. Kennedy. DECLINE INCORN&CORNMEAL. Prices of riotir 31alnaincd. Tna'i, April 20di 4...

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. — 27 April 1847

SZT HtZiTALD. j " ' v t r f k : COPPER $ o ?i i: r: s z: TUESDAY, or cent:?: rorTV. Fr Clival C.'o!:iitti:isIcsicr. JOSEPH w. I ATT ox, or rrM".::SLxn ctfMV. The Anlimasons r.nd Whigs cf Somer ,r County nrs requested U assemble i: County Meeting rt the Court House in r-oiii''''1' ; -3 : x i nfici -.v rvpiiir.T in nrvt (.ii-t week, (May 4th) for the purpose .t -A,vr.':-y measures to secure t u !n- vn:h if American Principles at the next (K-'.ol er elc-clinn. Samuel V Pearson, of SomerrctBor. John J. Pchcll, Somerset Borough. J'Vrry Walker, Somerset township. rnuel Miller, . " " Horace Ludiiigton, Milford. Auron Schrvck, Turkey foot. Jcha P. H talker, Addison. liiiiidi Wagner, Elkhck, CM. Hicks, Summit. (Jeorrc Klingiman. Jr., Greenville, Daniel Lcplcy, Southampton, J:,cob 1 loon, Allegheny, Jieyb Lambert, Stonycreck, Mich-el Bcrkev. Berlin Borough, .-S.-uiiucI Bitner.'lirothcrsvalley tp. William Keel, Shade, Adam Ilcltzapplc, Paint, George Masters, Concmaugh; Edmund Kiernan, Jenner, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 27 April 1847

POETRY. BUENA VISTA. - ... Ms-lPT BY A MEXICAN rwe Wenw their watch fires through tnemgro , Ltrht up the far horizon's verge ; We heard at dawn ike gathering fight. Swell like the distant ocean surge The thunder-tramp o mounted hordes From distance sweeps a "bounding sound, As Aztoo's twenty thousand swords, And clanking chargers shake tlie ground. A conlnow all is hushed again How strange that lull before the storm! That fearful silence o'er the plain Halt they their batde-line to form? It booms again again again, Jknd through its thick and thunderous shock The war-screams seem to pierce the brain As charging squadrons interlock. Columbia' sons of different race proud Aztec and brave Alleglnn, Are grappled there in death-embrace. To rend each other, man to man1. The storm clouds lift, and throcgli flieltate Dissolving in the moontide light, I see the sun of Aztec blaze Upon her banner, broad and bright! And on stilt on, her ensigns wave. Flinging abroad each glorious fold: While dr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 4 May 1847

a.-... - pi 3 :;J 1- - 7 - - TWO DOLLARS J'ER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 SlT NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. t $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED. WEEKLY BY J O Ni. T Hew Scries. TUESD AIT, T&AIT- 4 2847, Vol. 5. No, 25. LIFE'S GUIDING STAR. The youth whose bark is guided o'er A summer's stream by zephyr's breath, "With idle gaze delights to pour . On imagined skies that glow beneath, Rut should a fleeting storm arise . To shake -awhile the watery way. Quick lifts to heaven his anxious eyes, And speeds to reach some sheltering bay. 'Tis thus, down times eventful tide, While prosperous breezes gently blow, Iu life's frail bark we gaily glide; Our hopes, our thoughts all fixed telaw, Hut let one cloud the prospect dim, The wind its quiet stillness mar, At once we raise our prayer to Him Whose light is Ufcs best guiding star. THE SOFT ANSWER. EY T. S. ARTHUR. 'I'll give him law to his heart's con tent, the scoundreP." said Singleton, walk ing backward and forward, ia an ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 4 May 1847

I i ill 302ER3ET HERALD. V. Tt. P VT.MF.fl. E-j. of p:i!a.lo?i.'iiJ t W Ti-i E-it mvi Oal (")3rt, w J" otWze A3it for Asiii-.im Aihr"ii-rmct anJ Sub MrmTtHtforl'M -IinRAl-O" tsiJ clolhrJ i-hfa!lKuw m-t-ipl f,rny monies p-url f,:kwij, fir-rbif-ldphw, New York ZMumirc ' U-An. CltV ma co. Central ComaiSllec. Tno E. FoxKr.ix. Lancaster City, Thomas TH-xcas. Dauphin county James Mastix, " Thom4sC. Hajiblt, lork V.'m. M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Sr Adams ; ; John T. Wetiieriia. Philadelphia ci Joseph K. Chancle HonMTT.Coxr.AD " . Tno--u McGratii, Philadclphi Pjit.kr LrniER, licrs Robert M. Baru, Franklin i - Tuos. M. T. .M'Kennan, Washington Avwncw J. Ogle, Somerset Habmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango Josspn II. Krnxs, Westmoreland G. J. Hall, Erie II. D. Maxwell. Northampton J B. Salisbury, Susquehanna 7-'lhaan Smith, Wyoming SiMrr.i. A. Pfc-nnAXCE, Duller Hknrv S. Evans, Chester Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. teiiersft-eai Charles A. lilninic-l. 18 Miles from Saltillo, Mexic...

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 May 1847

SOMERSET 'HERALD. SOTtlCUS 12 T, P .4., TUESDAY. MAY 4, 1847. FOR GOVERSOn. -. GEX. JAMES TliVIN, OF CENTRE COINTV. For Canal Commissioner. ' JOSKPIi W.lVTTON, C7 CUMBERLAND CCUXTT. ee-'- - 1 MR. POLK AND HIS WAR. - From the tone of their papers, the pre-ff-nt Administration, and its party friends f.re evidently flattering themselves, that in their rejoicing at the recent victories of cur arms, the. people will forget the osti tes, and forgive the authors, of the war. Thev hope that the successes of the Gen erals' in command, will cover up the blun dering ignorance, the wicked imbecih tv, which has characterised the course of the Executive.", and that the whole credit cf a succsf sful termination of the con flict will redound to the honor of Mr. polk and the party in power. It is Ihotizht from the universal outburst of en t'lushsm with' which the news have been reveived, that the country ias been ia eomc degree reconciled to the war, and that the frantic efforts of the President, in...

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

From the Troy Daily Whig. A SCENE FROM DOM BASTES FU RIOSO NEW VERSION. Curiam rises and discovers Kino Pol jiorocoia a brown study -3 . E.UtT l-iT,ilalt. Bom aste3. King Polkofoco, I, Bom bastes, corns Of mv demands to elata the total sura, Of which, my liege, I may as well pre mise, I'll bate no jot to save your royal eyes. Via a pare patriot modest to a fault, And full of talent as the sea of salt; Yes, sir, as salt, which gives the ?ca its worth.. And is to ocean what I am to earth. King Polkofoco, aside. (Salt his old suljeet, curiously adorned: "Talking of salt, vc tliink our General's corned.) BoMBiSTEs. They talk of service its routine I scorn; -Like Felix Grundy, Fin a Veteran born,' Ank knew of war, e'en in my childhood's days, More than old Zach has learned in twen ty frays. You see this uniform- Kixo -Polkofoco. Grcnt Chief, we do, And hope full soon to see thee in it too. Thou more than match for him of Wa terloo. Speak thy desire, one Royalty is dumb. While roars aloud...

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. — 11 May 1847

fflPlifl 11 ' Hi TWO DOLLARS TER ANUM,V HALF-YEAltLx IN ADVANCE. 5 AHD FAHMEfaS5 AKBEGHAmCS-'" 0ES1STER. vIF NOT PAID WITHIN' TUB YEAR, I f3 50 WILL HE UIIARUED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O NATHAN II O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. new Scries. TUSSDAIT, 11, 1847, V ol. 5. If o. 2u rom Chambers Edinlurg Journal. THE DAISY AND THE STAR. The rnodet daisy on the hill, That drinks of morning dew its fill, AhJ spreads its leaflets to the light, And then in quiet, meek repose Its crimson coronet doth close Beneath the shade of night, Lives calmly out its little day, Then fades unseen away. And yonder shining star, That dwells in heaven afar Whose trembling ray no more is seen, Lost in the myriad orbs of light, That spangle o'er the vale of night, Than is the daisy on the green, Will but live out a longer day, Then pass unseen away. C. Witcome. Till UNEXPECTED RETURN. BY DELIA PERCY. A cheerless looking apartment in a sec end story back building, used as a sitting room, carpete...

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. — 11 May 1847

S9EER3ET HERALD. V. Tl, PALMER. C. of 'aiUdelphia at hit HcJ K!a5 ni Cat! O3o, i ur authorized A for e!,;;.tuinfr Advertisement onJ .Sub-K-rijlion Ur'the " H CIALU " nJ is dallied vkh full power U receipt fr "? monies paid tohiiawn the -j:tts. Hi 1!T inclustei tb f"ow'w ckiM, PLiJadcfobia, New srate CcTsfrnl Committee. Tjiomas E. Fraxkli.v, Lancaster City, Tkoxas Pr.vcAX, Dauphin county J AMES MASTI.f, Thomas C. IIamm.v, York Wm. M. Watts, Cumberland . D?irx. M. Smtskr, Adams John P. WnTHCRnx, Philadelphia city Jo-eph R- Chandix IJoniirr T. CoVEAD Thomas McGhath, Philadelphia co. Diller Luther, Derks Robert M. Bari Franklin Tkos. M- T. M'Kexnan, Washington Andrew J. 0le, Somerset IIarmar Dexky, Allegheny Richard Irwix, Venango Joseph H. Kncxs, Westmoreland G. J. Call, Erie H. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna Elhaxax Smith, Wyoming Samiel A. Purviaxce, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester JiOeert T. Potts, Montgomery. ZIILTIIY RISK. Our readers will recollect that tc la...

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. — 11 May 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. 8 O M CRSC T, I A., TUESDAY. MAY 11, 1817. ron GOVERNOR., GEX. JAMES IRVIX, OF CENTRE C0CXTY. If or Cianal Commissioner. JOSEPH W, VATTOX, OF CUMBRRLAXD COCXTT. THE MEETING, Oa Monday evening at the Court House, was a good old-fashioned Somer set county Whig meeting; large, respect able, orderly, and spirited. Noth with standing the meeting had been called for Tuesday evening as usual, and altho uo announcement was made of the change of time, until near sunset, the house was well tilled. This change of time was made ia consequence of its being ascertained that court would adjourn by the middle of ihe day on Tuesday. The proceedings will he found ia tao&er column. As the meeting was wholly unexpected until a short time previous to the time of r.sscmb.'ing. no business had been former ly prepared. The resolutions were pre pared and ottered by Mr. Pearson on the tpurofthe occasion, and may therefore be considered as a spontaneous expres sion of the sentiments o! th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 11 May 1847

POETRY. From the Saturday Evening Post. THE GOLDEN SPRING. 'Tis coming over land and sea," The bonny spring ''Tis coming swift o'er hill and lea, On lashing wing. On hare, cold fields a t;nt cf green. In chill grey skie a softer sheen, On high b'eak hills1 an air less keen, Proclaim the coming Spring. 'Tis coming into every land, A milder Day, "When war no more with bloody hand Shall bear the sway. In many t heart the softer flow, On many face a milder glow. Soft words that melt the coming blow, Proclaim a milder Day. 'Tit coming- t the poor man's hearth, A time of love, "When justice ahall be done on earth As 'tis above: When toil shall have its fair reward, Nor iron monsters in the sward Crush these our Saviour in his word -Commended to our love. Tii coming to the rich man's door, In simple guise, Yfien Luxury shall waste no more, Nor pride despise; But when shall mark the rich and great, X Rornsn simp'eness ehe't A Christain scorn of pomp and state, Such as become the wise. Tis c...

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. — 18 May 1847

I! 1 P UTM 'V-l TWO DOLLARS PEtt ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY" IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FAHlilERS1 MB WBMESP REGISTER. iIF NOT PATD WITHIN Till: YEAR, I ?2 50 WILL CE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW. SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Now Scries. TUESDAY, 23, .1847, Vol. 5.-No. 27. i BE ACTIVE. Cc active be active. Find something to do, In digging a clam-bank Or lapping; a shoe. Don't slop at the comers To drag cut the cay; B2 active be actire. Anil work while you ci3y. ?Tis foolish to falter, Or hg in the street. Or walk as if chain-shot Were bound to your feet; Bp active bo active, And do what you can, 'Tis industry only That makcth the can. 'Tis industry makes you; Remember be wise; From sloth and from stupor Awake and arise! You'll live and be happy, Ar.d never complain Of the lines or the clumps, Or a dull heavy brain. From the Cincinnati News. Practical Jokes and bad Uqnor. It is a well known fact that oftentimes bom these jokes which are called 'practi ce!' and that liquor ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 18 May 1847

SOuffiRSET HERALD.' V. S. I'U.SL PhihMAia .t bis Vau tt.l C.! 03. a'n ketry, with "tha utmost steadiness, reac&cU Ai?t!tfor ohmii.lnj A.ln-rti rwenw toJ u!- jjreagttTOrJi9 drove the enemy. Trom forf.se -iir.xM.O" nJ i. dothcJ J thern pianted the colors o! the lt attii-wi-!fu-,:rrV f ,r m,n!" P ' lerv. 2d and 7lh infantry the enemy's Vhim;i i!i- o'-j-nu. in? -'. " i rcnSral Comc5tlr. TnoMxs E. F&axkm.v, Lancaster City, Tuoas DrxcATt, Dauphin county James Matik, ' Thosa C. IIasblt, York Wm. M. Witts, Cumberland IUvjel M. Smtsek, Adams - John P. Wr.TnrnTLi., Philadelphia city Joseph R- Ciivxdleh Ronsnr T. CoxutD " Thomas McGrath, Philadelphia co. Dilm'R Luther, Berks ItoscuT M. Hard, Franklin Tiios. M. T. M'Kennan, Washington Axpkett J. Oslz, Somerset Harmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Inww, Venango Joseph H. KniNS, Westmoreland G. J. Hall, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. p. RalipioRV, Susquehanna Elhanan- Smith, Wyoming Samitcl A. Pchyiance, Duller Henry S. Evans, Chester Rob...

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. — 18 May 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. SOMEnSET, I .4., TUESDAY. MAY I IIMI JWI,'IH,W!WI 18, 1817. FOR GOVERNOR. GEX. J AMES IIIVIX, OF CEXTRC COl'.VTY. for C i nal Commissioner. JOSEPH W. PATTON, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. -OLD HOUGH AND READY." Few men, if any, ever accomplished r. much with similar means, as General Jiv!or has done since his first renconter with the Mexicans. He has surmounted difficulty after difficulty, fought battle af tr bailie, and achieved victory after victo ry, till ail who have become acquainted with the facts are astounded at the extent of his success. His plans appear to have Keen all well matured, and when once fcrrr.ed. have been carried out in despite of every obstacle. The whole nation ap plattds his foresight and courage, and all arc; willing and ready to give him the meed cf praise for his humane treatment cf both his own men and those of the enemy that have fallen into his hands. With the qualities of a brave and skilful General, arc united in him those of hu manity and b...

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. — 18 May 1847

A. SONG FOR THE MILLION. When in the battle's stormy track, The legions of the foe man came, Who was it3rove them back? Old Zaekf On Palo Alto's bloody field. Beneath Columbia's st irry field. Stood," victor, V.id die war clouds black, -Old Zack!" Next Ony within the "Palm Ravine," Arista's knees proudly gleam, And, foremost 'mid Hie battle's rack, With eagle eye and dauntless mien. Old Zack" was seen. The depurate fight at Monterey, Will be remembered many a day-, Amid the dcad-cncumbcred street, Ten thousand warriors madly meet, Ten thousand bayonet?, gleaming bright, Are mingling in the desperate fight. They yield they fly! Freemen! be stea dy! Three cheers! Huzza! for "Rough and Ready."" THE BRIGAND CHIEF, BY fRASKLlX S. BENEDICT. CHAPTER I. Hast (lone the deed? Shikspeibk. T was midnight in Genoa one of those summer nights which are only to be found in that soft summer country. "The moon poured her full radiance down" up on the city. The streets were deserted, yave by the horde...

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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