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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 25 May 1847

Pi nno if f'f t : ?. TWO DOLLARS VUlt ANNUM. 7 HALF-YLAKLV IS ADVANCE. 5 AriD FARMERS1' 'AND' PJIECHAWICSf . ..RESISTER. IF NOT TAID WITHIN TUB YCAH, 2 50 WILL BE CI I A KO ED. rniXTEI) AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J 0 N AT II A X II OW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Zxcvj Scries. TUESDA3T, IV2 A1T 25, 187, Vol. 5. Ho. 23. nrrfn (nr urns WJI5 From the National Era. A DU2:iSI Or SU3I3ICU. BY JOHN O. WHITTIER. Bland 39 the morning breath of June, The South-west breezes play; And, through its haze, the Winter noon Seems warm as Summer's day. The snow-plumed Angel of the North Has dropped his icy spear; Again the mossy earth looks forth, A "-am the streams gush clear. The fox his hill-side cell forsakes The rnuskrat leaves his nook, The blue-bird in the meadow brakes . Is sinking with the brook. "Il.-ar t:p, O .Mother Nature!" cry Uird, breeze and streamlet free, Our "Winter voices prophesy Of Summer days to thee'." So, in thoc winters of the soul, By bitter blasts and drear O'erswcptfrom M...

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. — 25 May 1847

SDT5EE8ET HERALD. v. n. ' m.mc.'i, U. of ruu)shM al ;;ui:; nil C.! 0,h our aulivime'l A;?ntfT .i.i? AJvprli rm?nui auJ b- ii,.tiv.i(..rilte -HS::Af.D- tviih full r.v.vcr t rrii f.vr m Pa'J l,xmrm o'.jvv. Hi WJ l. ludcs IV f,!! ;n; riiic. Tir-rhiladclia, .New Srs(aSc C?nfral Committee. Tno":n E. Fkaxkmx. Lancaster City, Thom Duncan, Dauphin county Jams? Martin. Thomas C. Hambi.v, ork V,w. M. Watts, Cnmbcthnd DamklM. Smyskr, Adams John P. Vi'irrnERiix Philadelphia city Joseph R. Chandler For.rr.TT. Cont.au ' TnaaAs McGratii, Philadelphia co. Diller Luther, Berks J!csBT M. Kard, Franklin Tiios. 51. T. M'Kenxax, Washington Andrew J. Ocle, Somerset IIarmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango JosErn II. KriiNS, Westmoreland G. J. Pall, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. P. Salisbury, Susquehanna Emianan Smith, Wyoming Famfel A. Pckviaxce, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. Tor lit Herald. TO THE EDITOR AND READERS OF THE "Somes-act VTccfcly Visitor." A PLAIN ...

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. — 25 May 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. O M K Ii S EJ T, P A., TUESDAY. MAY: 23, 1S17. FOS COVERSOR. G25Nr. J A3! ES III YIN", OF CENTRE COUNTY.! Tor Canal Commissioner. JOSEPH V.:PATTON","': OF C I M Tl K R L A X D COUNTY. rOur Loco Foco neighbors in this ecu at v appear to have been again seized with one of their periodic attacks of vir tuous indignation at the enormity of Yiiiir party nominations. As usual, in litis case, their honesty is rather limited j;) iu vision and by no means comprehen sive in its embrace. They cannot pos fiUv manage to see beyend the limits of .Somerset county. In every county ad ioiaing it, nominations are regularly made for cvfrv county office from the highest to the Uvcst,aaJ not a word of objec tion is made. Why i3 this? How is it that :". th'u holy hoiror f theirs evapor ates a' they approach the county lines tyd is e.ntireiy dissipated by the time it reachis tfisin. It' must be that the old :.Jjgc is true, "the case being; altered it ; iters the case." Those are all Loco ...

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. — 25 May 1847

THE FARMER. From the Farmer and Mechanic. REMARKS ON THE POTATO DIS- i By J. L. Hyde, E-q., f,1;3 f'lnhol the American Institute. tw, I of the malndj in potatoes .. r, . ' ha been so mum discus". -- . lion of it has become ruu: ic, inu pi.-r- , f,, thon r.-'vertmrr to it; -.-l-i Ik ID -' sands are pens ihin by la mine, in conse ,.Yirftof ihe failure Ol iue I the cr TjloaUo root, m lorc:?i lauu.-, ' C0unlry the to in conscience of ?l mSoJv U to be rector! by m,l ,or,S " i , i . ! in nnr a 1 net in New 1 orK anu " . .. ..- seen bv the following one year, .. .y - tnIinn of the estimate Aimwiui i'r t . I"o cities to be 400,000, and supposing each familv to consist of ten persons, the "umber of families will be 40.000. , Each family, probably, on an average consumes one bushel per week, or say fifty bushels in a vear. By this estimate the yearly consumption is 2.000,000 bushels. .The iHcrease in the price per bushel m conse cnenco of deficient crops is about CO cents per bushel, making: ...

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. — 1 June 1847

m ! TWO DOLLAKS PCR ANNUM,? HALr-VEARLy IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARRIERS' AND IV1EGHAMGS' .REGISTER. vIF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR, i $2 50 WILL DC CHARGED. rRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAMUEL J. ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. licw Scries. TUSSDAlT, JUNE 1, 137, V ol. 5. No. 29. 2 JJI&lljlklMi W THE WOOD-LARK. BY HENRY H. PAUL. Warble on, lovely lark, from the spray, Those wood-notes so sweet to mine car: J,J:v the falcon that marks thee his prey, 13e foiled by the weapon I bear. Pretty warbler return to thy nest, Tell your mate and her offspring to ' Sav mercy awaits the opprest, smile; And the tvrant now dies at the style. Rise again, and renew your sweet lay, O'er the corpse deep-entangled with thorn: Serene pass your life's little day Peaceful bliss tend your eve as vour morn. From the Brasos & Monterey. correspondence of the n. o. bulletin. Brasos, May 6, 1817. Bri. Gen. Cadwallader has arrived here, and assumed the command of the j lower iuo virauui.-, unu uaa usuwiwu...

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. — 1 June 1847

-3U ".JH-FW SOMERSET HERALD. V. 72. i'At.MK.I, Ej. of FaibJ!;hia at fcis Ss uii on ! Coal 03ce, u cur MUi..nzeu . Aalfcr obt,;B? A J erti cmenls and ! Sub- Wi:h full power .0 receipt f ..J B,n.e. p.. J U fci- - the Hi- .f-rj "-Me. , fMcmag r ' Vrk. flaliiniflf snJ BsUn. .. I rnmnilflpp. TnoaAS E. Franklin, Lancaster City, Thomas Duncan, Dauphin county James Martin', Thomas C. Uambly. l ork Ww. M. Watts, Cumberland l).vtrJ Smvseh, Adams Jon P. Wetheriix, Philadelphia city Joseph K- Chandler Kokt T. Conrad " m Ticmas McGrath, Philadelphia co. Diixkr Luther, Eerks Uobcrt M. P'ARD, Franklin Tiio?. M. T. M'Kennan, ashington Andrew J. Ocle, Somerset Harkas Denny, Allegheny Richard Irwin, Venango Joseph IL KniKs, Westmoreland G. J. Hall, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna Kliianan Smith, 'Wyoming Samuel A. Pcrviance, Duller Henry S. Evans, Chester Robert T. Potts, Montgomery. ANTIMASONIC AND WHIG corn TY cos vest IO IS. In accordance with the established usa ges ...

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. — 1 June 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. I A., TUESDAY. JUNE 1. 1817. TOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TE!! STATES IN 1819. GENT ZACHARY TAYLOR, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW STEWART. ?:sfj dtit tUdicisionof a National Conv(ntion ' FOR GOVERNOE General James Irvin, OF CCNTHE COUXTT. Foil CANAL COMMISSIONER, Joseph W. Patton, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. VAI.CDICTORT. My connexion with this paper has erased, the establishment has passed into other hands, and I retire from the post vjiicli during the last four and a half years I have occupied, to seek in some other pursuit a livelihood and the means of re cruiting my declining energies. In taking leave of my numerous pat ron?, I cannot forbear thanking them for the very liberal manner in which they have supported the establishment whilst it has been under my control, and for the many evidences which I have received of their regard for mc personally. The Herald will in future be published by my son, Samuel J. Rov, who, I am prepared to say, will steadily support the great...

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. — 1 June 1847

Ti.EUSS Or THE HERALD. This paper is published every Tuesday, at J2 j:rr .'.nnu.n, pjyaMo half-yearly in advance. Ifn-jl paid within the year, $2,50 will invaria l!y ! charged. tin sul'rjcriinion taken for less than six months nor can a subscriber discontinue unless at th option of the editor, until arrcaragesare A;v.rTisswr.xT8 will' be nserted at gl per tqmre, (or the first three insertions, atid 25 oent for every subsequent insertion: longer ones in proportion. ADVERTISEMENT. Administrators Notice, r- ETTEK'S of administration on the t J estate of Christina Walker, lale of Vtraerset township, deceased, having heen granted la tlie subscriber, residing i.. said township; all persons indebted to said" estate, are requested to attend at ie late residence of the diseased, on Saturday the 12th day of June next, pre pared to settle, and thoee having claims to present them at the same time and n'acf properly authenticated. 1 JACOB SNYDER, Mar 4, 1847. Administrator. LOOK HERE! HTMIE manu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 8 June 1847

W 1 1 1 r- SIP iippjii p TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 -MB .FAnfiSERS'vAKO-K3ECHAHICW BEG18T i IP NOT PAID WITHIN TIIH YEAR, $2 50 WILL BE CHAKUED. riilNTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY - SAMUEL J. R O W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Neiv Series. JUNE 8, 1847, V ol. 5. Nc. GO. From the Dollar Newspaper. EARTH'S FLOWERS . ' BY "E." Oh! what are Earth's flowers? A perishing race, Whose brightness the beams. . Oi the noonday 'efface; The autumn winds sweep them, So brief is their stay,' Like daws of the morning Forever away. And what are Earth's pleasures? Alas, they are frail As the reed that is broken By Summer's soft gale; Like the flowers that wither And die ere the light , "Which awoke them to beauty Is shrouded in night. TROM THE ST. LOUIS REVEILLE. ALL ABOUT A DOG. . Mary Allerd entered a complaint before .the Recorder, against William Russel, for throwing a brick at her dog and missing him. The charge, as it thus stood, was not very serious; but those legal gen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 8 June 1847

OfT'-TP 17X7D AT T. b'JL-lhltOIii tlhUilLU, V. B. PALMS Si. Sj. f 'iiiUJelaia at hia r,,! ,!, ...I r-,.1 vr..- i our authorized Asrerit for oT.uiiin? Amercements anJ Sul- em4i.jn larthe H 13 BALD" J is etothed wi'h full nflwer ta rcccqU far any monies paid to Li;n n tl" oSjuci viz: Philadelphia, Jcw '3 Voik, ?aUimprond Dwtn. ANTIMASONIC AND O V Ti T Y C O S VEJTi WHIG In accordance with the established usa ss of she party in ether counties, and es peeuilvm pursuance of a resolution u Uiiuously adopted by the County mee tin on Monday evemn? of last Court, the Antirnn-ons nnd Whigs of Somerset Countv ill meet in their several town bs and boroughs on Saturday the 3d iav of July 1647, to elect two persons from each district as delegates to a County Convention, to meet at the Court House on the following Monday (5th July) at 1 o'clock P. M. to put in nomination suita ble candidates to be supported by the par ty at the general Election in October next. It is surgcsled that the Antimasons ...

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. — 8 June 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. fTo si e u s i t, v a., TUESDAY. JUNE 8. 1817. r.R PRESIDENT OF THE UNI- TED STATES IN 1848. ZACHARY TAYLOR. FOi VICE PRESIDENT, HON, ANDREW STEWART. fritydlo tli decision of a National Convention. FOR fiOVERXOB . General James Irvm, OF CENTRE COl'NTY. FOU CArco"m53SION EI?, Joseph- W. P atton, 0? CUMBERLAND COUNTY. p-T Appearances at present arc by no mcur.s favcrublc to an early peace. The Mexicans will not listen to the proffered mediation, of England, but seem bent up on protracting a war which has already cost them many lives and must cost many l.iore, if not speedily terminated. Una ble to resist our troops in battle, they are organizing guerilla parties to annoy them cs"they advance, and cut off stragglers or, attack wagon trains. By this mode of warfare they can effect but little. Our mcii are too well trained and too well ac quainted with ' the Mexican character as to allow themselves to be picked off in detail. Nevertheless, it cannot be dis guised, that n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 8 June 1847

T.ia)IS OF TIIC IICIMLO. Thi paK-r i jiuMished every Tuesday, flt $'i i.er iiiniiMi, oayaM half-yearly in aJvanec Ifn p.uJ within the year, $2,50 will iuvaria- No ;Hwij,tion ukcnfor!eMchniri months ' nor ran o!crihr Jicontinue unle at ' th option f the eJitor, until .rrcaragosare nai J ofl. ''" ATErrMr.5T will to' wt'J l I' eqnare. for the first thre insertion, an J 25 - for vcry uliejuent insertion: longer one in proportion. -. - ' SOTS CSS.- ' . IX persons infJebie-1 to the subscriber il on Note or Hook account are request el to call and settle their account imme- tuatciY r ihev will be placed in me It a ndi of an officer for culleclion. JAMES II. BEN FORD. Somerset. March 30. 1847. Franklin H. Stahl, TASUIOXABLE HATTER, HpAKES this method of informing the citizens of Somerset and sur rounding country that he has rented the Id established hat shop of Sam'l Slahl, where he is manufacturing hats, from the most fashionable to the most domes tic, and made of the best materials. (lis 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. — 15 June 1847

1 Emm m WiS. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, HALF-YEARLY IX ADVANCE. AND FAR&1EBS' AND ; MEGHAKIGS1 REOiSTEO. iIF NOT PAID WITHIN TNI? YEAR, I 2 50 WILL DC CHAKGED. rHINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAMUEL J. ROW, SOMERSET, SOMEHSET COUNTY, VA. New Series. TUBSD AT?, JUNE 15, 18 7, V ol. 5. No. 31. MY YOUTHFUL FRIENDS. BY F. I. WILSON. I am upon the earth alone? Gone :one is each familiar face; The grassy mound, the mossy stone, Of many mark the dwelling place. When dead of night has hushed the world, . All buried in oblivion's sleep, The map of mem'ry is unfurled, On which I gaze, and smile, and weep. I smile when there I see a band Of youths, of which I once was one, Each joined in friendship, heart and hand Each on life's journey just begun. I weep to see where now they are, All scattered, parted, sundered wide All full of gloom, of thought, of care, Their youthful springs Al dried. Beyound the ocean's foaming waves, I Some have been borne to struggle there, "Whilst others down into her...

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. — 15 June 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. V. B. PALM Kir, C-.,. of klljJi'bia at !J J.l LVale inl CTl 02, U eur -utilized Agent fir oliUiiiia? Arf-crli-eiKcats anJ Sufv crri'Xion fartke - HERALD " anJ is clothed v hh fu!lfwr to receipt fr anr monies paiJ o him on taese o!yecu. Hw -'tiry inciuOVa t'j Wlcvrjns cUim, Philadelphia, IVw York, flaluuiore an J Ballon. NTIMASOMC AND WHIG . In accordance with the established usa ges of the party in other counties, and es Tonally in pursuance of a resolution u Uimou.sly adopted by the County mee-tin- on Monday evening of last Court, the Anrimnsons and Whigs of Somerset County "ill meet in their several lown shT and boroughs on Saturday the 3d 3y of July 1817, to elect two persons from each district as delegates to a County f onvention, to meet at the Court House on the following Monday (5th July) at 1 o'clock 1. M. to put in nomination suita ble candidates to be supported by the par ty at the general Election in October next. It is suggested that the Antimasons and W...

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. — 15 June 1847

I SOMERSET HERALD, M ERSE T, IA., 'foil PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IN IS is. QEIf L, ZACHARY TAYLOR. Toil VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW- STEWART. Su'Jict to thi decision of a National Contention. FOFt GOVEnXOE General James. Irvin, OF CEXTRU COl'XTY. roil CANAL COMMISSIONER, Joseph W. Patton, OF CUMBERLAND COt'XTY. Gcx. Taylor To our mind it is clear that Gen. Taylor is destined to be the i.ext President. There is no resisting the tide of public sentiment. From all quarters we receive intelligence of the enthusiasm manifested by the people in behalf of the gallant veteran who "never surrenders' and when once the brave men who have shared with him and who may yet share with him the toils and dan gers cf the camp, shall have returned to their homes and related their exploits, and f hall have made their fellow citizens at home fully acquainted with the character of their commander, the enthusiasm which is already so manifest will become general and rrresistable. It is perhaps fortun...

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. — 15 June 1847

TERMS OF THE IICUAtU. Tut piper is published every TuesJay, at J2 per annum, payaMe half-yearly in advance. . Ifnot paid within tho jear, $2,50 will invaria bly be charged. No subscription taken for less than fix months - norrana su!criler discontinue unless at t tie option of the editor, until arrearagesare paid oft. Aovi.rTisF.jrr.jrTS will le nwrted at 2 1 per "' etjtrare, for the first three insertion, and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer ones in proportion. Administrators' Notice. .TT ETTERS of administration on the J3 i. Estate of Christian Sci:rack, late of lhothersvalley township, deceased hav ing been granted to the subscribers, all persons jadcUeJ lo said estate are re quested 10 attend at the house of the -dec 'J, on Friday the I81I1 of June next, prepared to settle; and those having claims, to present them at the same lime ud place properly authenticated. JACOB SCI1 HACK. GEO. SCHRACK. May 11. 1847, . Adm'r. Bridge Building, rifHE Commissioners of Somerset ...

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. — 22 June 1847

mm rill TWO DOLLARS PER AXNUM, HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. mw farmers' mm ramies' register. IF NOT PATD WITHIN THE YEAR, $2 50 WILL UH CHARGED. r HINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY S A MU E L J. BO W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUaSDAir, JUNE 22, 1347, Vol. 6. No. 32. i I f 1 THE VALE. - BY "LOGAN. My long loved home, farewell! Farewell ye much loved scenes where oft I've strayed ! Though I am doomed far, faraway to dwell, Thon 'it ne'er from mem'ry fade ! Friends of my youth, adieu! Soon, soon, alas ! I shall be far away, Yet friends I ne'er can know kindred than you Wherever I may stray. - Wilt think of me, when I, Amid the dreary western wilds shall roam,, ... And,' heaving oft a melancholy sigh, Think of you and home! Farewell,- Virginia! dear;: To me ihy unknown son, as unto those "Who, by great merit, have attained a - ' ; sphere ' Where they can love disclose. I now must boast of thee J" ' But gently whispers hope, the time . will come "When thou, e'en thou, wilt pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 22 June 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. V. D. PALMER, E of TiiilaJoljAia at his " Cn O.Hce, i-ir uttioriK.l Azcnl for obtaining A Jvi-rtiwtnents and Sub criitija forlUe "HERALD- nJ clothed wj;' lull power to receipt for any rooni paJ l,WBtbc olijcrt. Hi ifency incfoJec the follcwini cities, yIz. Philadelphia, New York, Baliiiaoreond B stain vonkTaxd whig c o v x t v coyviiJfT I O X . In accordance with the established usa ges of die party in other counties, and es wcially ia pursuance of a resolution u Uimously adopted by the County mec tirnr 011 Monday evening: of last Court, Antimasons and W lugs of Somerset County will meet in their several town-,-i,;Ps and boroughs on Saturday the 3d day of Julv 1617. to elect two persons from each d'islrict as delegates to a County Convention, to meet at the Court House on the following Monday (5th July) at i o'clock P. 31. to put in nomination suita ble candidates to he supported by the par tv at the general Election in October next. " It i suggested that the Antima...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 22 June 1847

SOMERSET HERALD: SO.M URSET, 14., TUESDAY, JUNE 2. IS I " "for "preside n t oPrn uni ted STATES IX S48. QEN'L. ZACHARyTAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW STEWART. Subject to the dtchion of a National Convention. -T- FOTt GOVERXOE General James Irvin, OF CENTRE COIN TV. FOIl CANAL COMMISSIONER,' Joseph W. Patton, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. Gen. Taylor's Politics. Some of the Locofoco editors would fin make their readers believe that Gen. Tavlor was a Locofoco, whilst others ad mit that he is a Whig, but say he is in favor of free trade. The editor of the New Orleans Bee settles the question, by assuring the public that he has recently seen a letter from Gen. Taylor in which be remarked that his first choice for Pre sent was Mr. Clay, and after him Mr. Crittenden, or John M. Clayton, or Mr. M'Lean. Here are Four prominent Whigs, and all of them Tariff men, from rmong whom Gen. Taylor would choose a President; which ought to satisfy every body in regard to what are his views of a Tarifl...

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. — 22 June 1847

TI3!l19 OF TUG HC!IAL. Tan pjif is rulIihed every Tuesday, t t'i per annum, ptjubie half-yearly in adtance. If not paiJ within tiic year, $2,50 will invaria bly be charj-cil. - No Mliacriptioa tfck?" f ''8 than eix momhs f -nnr ean a subscriber diconUnue unless at tb option of the editor, nntil nrrearajesare paid of!. AvvrrriiKtrxT will 1 nserteJ at $1 per square, fr the firt three insertion, and 25 real Sot every subsequeut insertion: longer ones in jroportion. . THE PLACE. . EARLY-opposite J. NelTs Tavern ' "i voa will find the Drug Store of Trpayll S. KURTZ. : TILLS. PILLS of all kinds: Wilson's Pills, which can confidently be recommen ded for the sick head ache, Smith's Sugar Coated Tills. For sale by ; may 11 S. KURTZ. - . TRUSSES. THOMPSON'S and llcinzelman's Trusses; Spring Lancets and Blades, Syringes, M'Alister's All-healing Oint ment, for sale at . . may 11 , ,S. KURTZ's. Sum erst t County, ts. . The Commonwealth of Penn- eylvania, to the Sheriff oi Somerset County, Greeti...

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