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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 3 August 1847

fhVfi l?s - 1 TWO DOLLARS PER. ANNUM,? ; HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. iIF NOT PAID WITHIN TUG YEAARf 1 $2 50 WILL Dt;- CHARGED. J i . riUNTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY "SAMUE L J, It 6 W , SOMERSET, SOME 15 SET , C O U NT Y, PA. New Series. J TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1847, Vol. 5.-No. 33 y .it wi,w j,k THE SHIPWRECK. . BY FIXLEY JOHXSOX. The night was lone," and the star ray slept All brignt on wave and lea; . .. And the Tempest-king,' drear vigils kept O'er the wide Atlantic sea. T . . . i The night was lone, and the murmuring .Of slumber stole along; train And softly whispering o'er the main Was borne the sea-bov's song. lie sung of home, and the simple charms The cot of his father knew; lie sung of the joy of a mother's arms, And he sung of the maiden true. The note was wild, the artless lay, v. His dirge ! would soon be o'er; -His bosom was light but ere the day That bosom should beat no more ! The ship was proud and gallant her trim, Her banners swept the wave; But ere the lamps of Heaven g...

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. — 3 August 1847

SdltfERSET HERALD. V n V LCEft, Ci. t PblUMi&H t bin i:eJE-'te an J Coal 0:llc, oar authorised Aut for buiai Advertisements anJ Bub scrin for -BCSALO- I J. l.lhcd ilh full p ta V Tor any ra.mc paJ the Llcwing ciua-. rhill Vw -V-cj'L. 5Ii'ore en Boston. - Mate Central Commiitec. Thomas E. FaasELix. Lancaster City Thomas Duncan, Dauphin county James Mamw, ToyAs C. II am Ely, York War. M. Watts, Cumberland JKmei. M. Smvser, Adams Jonx P- Wetkemll, Philadelphia city j0SF.ni R. CllANPIXU RcBERT T. COXEAO Thomas McGratti, Philadelphia co. Dilles Luther, Berks Rozekt M. Bard, Franklin Titos. M. T. M'Kennan, Washington Andrew J. Ogle, Somerset JIarmar Denny, Allegheny Richard Irvvix, Venango JcsFPn II. Kruxs, Westmoreland li. J. Ball, Erie II. D. Maxwell, Northampton J. B. Salisbury, Susquehanna Kliianan Smith, Wyoming Samuel A. Pcrviance, Butler Henry S. Evans, Chester Rouert T. Potts, Montgomery. FOR GOVERNOR General James Irvin, - OF CENTRE COUNTY. FOli CANAL COMMISSIONER, Joseph W. ...

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. — 3 August 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S O It S CT, 1A., TUESDTV7AUGUST3, 1847. FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IX 1818. GEN'L ZACHARY TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON, ANDREW STEWART. i'uljt-ct to ihe decision if a National Convention the LOCOFOCO FREE TRADE TARIFF. - Now, that the famine in Europe is staved and the unusual demand for Araer lean breadstufls Ls likely to cease, we shall soon see by the amount of revenue that will be collected in the ordinary coarse of trade, what the General Gov ernment has gained by a reduction of du tiea upon foreign merchandize. It will be recollected that the plea for the reduc tion was, that it would be the means of increasing the revenue. Another six months will show whether such will be the e fleet. In the next place we shall ee alo its effects upon the agriculture and manufactures of our country. The --general state of the market, the demand for and price of labor, the value of raw materials- as well as of die articles manu factured from them, and the financia...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 3 August 1847

:?JS or THE iieraii T fi'i I ' jpuDlibuCu every i u-wj.y, jar annum, payable half-yearly in Jvanc?. . IfW paiJ within tbi year, will invaria. My be ch'arjeJ.' ' . Million Ukea for less than six months nor em a oWritor. discontinue wiVm at - Ih o.-tion of the cJitor, nnti! trrcaragesare -fas J oft. - . 1 f - ' A i, r trrt sx ejfT will be. pserteJ at Jl ?r .i-'i - 1 Irt ! 52 square. for the first three Insertions, and 23 ei:t? for every subsequent insertion: longer ones in proportion.' . , LAUGH, LAD Yv. LAUGH! ' ' f w m ii.ii ' ' Laugh, lady, laugh - ' ' , There's" no avail in weeping; .Grief was never made .. , 5 ...... ; . To be in beauty's, keeping. ' Tears are of a stream, -:;- 1 Where pleasure lies decaying: Smiles, like rays of light, , . , y O'er sunny waters playing. - , 1 "" ' Laugh, lady, laugh. ' ; fcing, lady, sing; - . 1 ' There is a charm in singing. When melody its spell ' , ' '. 4jpon the air Is flinging, ; .. Sweet sounds have often won . - ' - -. . More than the fai...

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. — 10 August 1847

i mm 'i-'Wumwwranati mini . .. . -1 . .' t ....... - 5 i hi 1 L5 -'II I I WU4V II TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, f r AND FARH1S0S1 AHD PtlEOHAniGS' nEGlSTSO. JtlF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR, $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. HALF-YEARLY LN ADVANCE PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WeMlY-BY SAMU COUNTtv 1A. Itfv Series. TUESDAIT, AUGUST 10, 18S7, Vol. 5.-N0. 39 4 THE SAILOR'S PRAYER. BV CHARLES SAYRE. ' 1 I have lived on the ocean wave, I would die on the deep blue sea; Where the mermaids revels keep, Be a resting place for me. Oh ! bury me not in the Earth, ' A prey to the grov'ling worm; While there's a grave in the ocean's depths, From its dark embrace I turn. I have worn no bonds in life, In death let me be free, ! The grave is too narrow a bed Oh! give me the fathomless sea. ' Far down in its quiet depths , There are beautiful coral caves, ' And many a cost'y shell ' ' That the sunlit waters lave. T is there I would be laid When the voyage of life is past; On its bosom I've led a happy life, . Be it my home at ...

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. — 10 August 1847

-JLU 3 : 1 SOMERSET HERALD. v. n. r.M.MER, En- -f rWxl eSub- ,4 ctt lor ri,4i.nfortha -UERAl.D" rd is do led ith f.H rccep . include ! bi? n' 'lT!ct8iI--J'hilp!ua, New J to Vor k. tfalliinore and B5Uf. E W. CARR. Sun Buildings North Cast conn of Third nJ Dock Street, opposite Mer chants' Exchange, or 410 North Fourth street, lbilad' li'Jii, arborized to receive Advertise anents and Subscriptions for tlie -HERALD," and i clothed with full power lo receipt for ail -monies f aid him cn these oljcta. :Sfatc Central Coiiiiultfcc. Thomas E. Franklin, Lancaster City Thomas Duncan, Dauphin county James Martin, 44 Thomas C Ham bey, York 1Yx. M. Watts, Cumberland Daniel M. Smysek, Adams Joiix P. Wetherxll, Philadelphia city Joserfi R. Chandler " Robert T. Conrad Thomas McGrath, Philadelphia co. Diller Luther, Berks Robert M. Barj, Franklin Twos. M. T. M'Kennan, Washington Andrew J. Ogle, Somerset IIarmar Denny, Allegheny Kjchard Irwix, Venango Josjji II. Kuhns, Westmoreland G. J. Ball, Erie I...

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. — 10 August 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S O M I It SKT, V A., TUESDAY. AUGUST 10, 1847. for president of the UNI TED STATES IN 1848. GEN'L. ZACHARY TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW STEWART. Suljecl to the decision of a National Convention. County Meeting. The Democratic Antimasons &, Whigs of Somerset County arc requested to meet in the Court House in Somerset on Tuesday' evening of Court week, (August 31st) to respond to the nominations made by the County Convention, and to adopt Htirli measures as may be deemed neces sary to insure the triumph of their prin ciples and the election of their candidates at the approaching election. By order of tho COUNTY COMMITTEE. THE CALL. We invito attention to the call of the Whig and Antimasonic County Commit tee for a meeting at the Court House, on Tuesday of the ensuing Court week. It is time that'. the Whigs and Antima sons of this county bestir themselves and prepare for the ejection which is rapidly approaching, and we are therefore pleas ed to see the...

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. — 10 August 1847

u TKXS3IS or tiic iiciiaiji. I'm fjjxir is xjWibfoed every TwsJsr, tf per aauaia, ptyable haif-jearly in adTtoce. Knot piJ within the year, 2,50 will vari 4Jy be charfoJ. ,...-. fV 5ulcrioti ukea for !e' dian six months nor ran a subscriber discontinue unless at - tboHin f tie eJitor, until arrcaragesare paid ofi- ' Aiv;rrissETB will be nserted at J I per .'.. fnr the first three insertion, anil 15 cent for every subsequent iusertion: longer ' ones in proportion. .. .frmnww wi FROM THE AURORA. "RECIPES FOR THE; LADIES. Mr. Editor: For 'tlw benefit of your female readers, I sen J yow" for insertion a ilist of valuaWe recipes for making Cake, Puddinir. &c. I have tried them repeat tWj and you may rely on their merit. They are good, in the strictest sence of the term. - . .. - . i " ' Tlaia Pound Cake. Cream, 1 pound of butler, and work it well with the hands in one pound of sugar till quite smooth, len eggs, leaving out three of the yolks, one pound of flour tmd a small quantity o...

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. — 17 August 1847

mm w 13 TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, AND MWEQS: nt:D SGIIAniGS IF NOT PAID WITHIN T1IC YEAR," I $2 50 WILL 13U CIIAKUED. HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE : REGISTER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAMUEL J. R OWy SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1847, Vol. 5.-NO. 40 SUMMER EVENING MUSINGS. BY "THEODORIC. The pearly, dew ef evening . Had decked the herbs and flowers, That shone with radiance lovely, . In the forest's sylvan bowers. " The birds their songs were warbling, -'Their songs of joy and praise; They welcomed in the evening, ," In hopes of brighter days. The sun was sinking slowly Behind the western sky; And as lie vanished from my sight, . II is last rays burst on high. His beams are always brightest . When he bids the world good-bye; The silvery swan sings sweetest " When he folds his wings to die. Thus thought I, sadly musing, And gazing on this scene; So mournful, yet so lovely, So sad, yet so serene. "When death has sent his summons - To bid the wanderer co...

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. — 17 August 1847

SGIIKHSET HERALD. V H. !'A LM Cn, 1 f fajUWiia at bis f4lE-it Coat OiHcc. w eur authoriA-d iV.r..nt for !! uiiinj A.JvTtvewU bhJ Sub riiiiioii for the " HEIiALU nd i clotbrd with fH pwcr t receipt for any monies paid Hio n-rrnrv includes 10 'llln - th. -MlewtH? itii. vrsPPiuladelphia, Atw j E V. C'ARR. Son Buildings, North East c.-miir" of TMrd and Dock Street, opposite Mer chant' Exchange, cr 410 North Fourth street, Philadelphia, ' aphorized ld receive Advertise ment; and Sulwriptwns for the "HERALD," i,nJ istlolhtul with full power to receipt for Vd jnouics j!iid kioi oa thec ulyncL-i. cr"' FOI1 CIOVERNOU General James Irvin, OF CENTRE COCXTV. rOllX'ANAL COMMISSIONER, Joseph W. P at ton, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR ASSEMBLY, . Jost J S tutzman, OF ELK LICK T0WXSI11J FOR COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepley, OF BOCTHA.MFTOX TOWItTillF. FOR TREASURER, Jonathan R o w, OF SOMERSET BOKOUGH. FOR AUDITOR, John Wit t, OF 503IEIiSET BOROUGH. FOR DIRECTORS "OF THE POOR, Samuel Will, 3 years, Henry Fr...

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. — 17 August 1847

jar SOMERSET HERALD. S O 31 E R S E Tt V A., TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 18I7 wm ii mi ii ii wiajwiiiMiiiijM iinwi i i m FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IN 1818. GENl. ZACHARY TAYLOR, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, RON. ANDREW STEWART, Sitljut In Hit ihxhion rf a National Convention. County Meeting. The Democratic Antimasons & Whigs of Somerset County are requested to meet in the Court House in Somerset on Tuesday evening of Court week, (August 31st) to respond to the nominations made by the County Convention, and to adopt such measures as may be deemed neces sary to insure the triumph of their pnn ciples and tlie election of their candidates at the approaching election. By order of the COUNTY COMMITTEE. ISScn:e uf the Locofoeo editors, as a lastrcsoi"t to defeat Gen. Irvin, are pub lishing a letter from a Mr. Flanigan, a f us fended .Catholic clergyman, to Gen. M.arklc. m 1814, infl.which the writer f peaks very highly of Gen'Irvin'i'and says the General's election to Congress was secured by ...

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. — 17 August 1847

r TERMS OF TUE HERALD." I'm paper i puWr.-'lied every TwsJay, at $2 . p annum, payable half-yearly in advance. r not pai-J wahin tkc year, $2,S9 wiH invaria bly be charged. . .. No subscription taken for less than six months nor can a sulwcrilr discontinue unless at ihe option of the editor, H(ii arrearascsa.e xiaiu ofl. nserteJ at J I -per hr innertions, and Zo r.cenW for every .nbsequetU mscrtjon: longer , vonesia proportion. ' : UFE ON THE CAN AWL. A life on the raging eanawl, A home on its muddy deep, Where, through s ummer, spring and fall, . The frog their jewels teep. Like a fsh on a hook 1 pine, On this dull unchanging shore O, give mc the packet liue, And the muddy canawl's dull roar. Oace more on the deck I stand Or my own swift gliding cra'lt . The horses trot off on the land, ' And the boat follows close aWt. We shoot through the turbid foam '. Like a bull-frog in a squall, And, like the frogs, our home "We'll find in the muddy canawl. , j The sun is no longer in view, "...

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. — 24 August 1847

ILliUiSkliiLbilJ TWO DOLLARS PER 'ANNUM, 7 HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 ANDT FABTslEBS1;..- AfJB EyiEOHAf IIGS' REBiSTER. vIF .NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAlC I it 5U WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAM UEL J. R O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, 'AUGUST 25, 187, V ol. 5.3tto. 41 CHILDHOOD'S HOME. They told me eastern lands were green "Where morning suns arise; I sought a home and welcomed scene, To dwell beneath their skies. I left my own 'green mountain dear, Its blossoms and its streams; To wander far, where skies as clear, . Could bless with equal beams. I love to view the landscape o'er, Of fair and flowery Maine, Bui lore the home of childhood more, Its hills and smiling plain. And when the sun in glory quits The fcky, and day is done; Tis oft I watch each star that sits, Or lingers o'er "sweet home." There fancy paints the twilight hill, The house, the tree, the spring; And childhood's hours come o'er me still, Bright scenes to memory bring. And...

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. — 24 August 1847

S0IISR3ET HERALD. i- ' V t- . t '!-,(?inlli.l at IV.r.! Urate aoi Cl ii'i:"i is our sti.i i Aov. riitacBU ami jmio- ; lotbcd fCilUM'Hl Jorttie - it' . willi full power to to tun "(i the e!ji'Ctx. liii! a-rcnev mcm.u- vir Phalucifti'Lia, Sew York, ZJaiutnoreeud Bost:H. C UT CARR, fufi Buildings, North East -or.,cr of'1'l.inl nd Dock Street, oj.poatcMcr Prri.mTf. or 4 if' -North i-ourih street, Philadelphia, 1 lullionzouw tu.....--" , . . . . . r . .1 ; sn-nts anil i-.ii J is clotl XillJ l r aiiwj " 1 I . i f ,!! niiwpr to rcctili ior a.. ; monies paid hirn cn tbsc objects. " "roil (joverkou General James Irvin, or csxtks.cocxty. toiTc a nTL com y i ssi o N f. It, Joseph W, Patton, OF Cl M3i:rtLAD COUNTY. I Oil ASSKA1BLY, jost J. Stutzman, OF LLKUCK TOWNSHIP. FOR COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepley, or SOCTIUMPTO TOWKTHIP. FCll 1 Kt'AfeURER, Jonathan R o OF SOMERSET BOnOLGH. FOIS AUDITOR, John Witt, OF SOMERSET EOaOLOlI. FOK DIRECTORS OF THE POO-E, Samuel Wilij 3 years, Eeni-y Prank 1 year. 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. — 24 August 1847

B t OUT: SOMERSET HERALD. sor-icnsET, pa., TUESDAY. AUGUST 21, JT FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IN 1S48- QEH'L ZACHARY TAYLOR, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW STEWART. fiuljtcl to the deriiwn of a National Convention " County Meeting, The Democratic Anlimasons Sz Whigs of Somerset. County are requested to meet in the Court House in Somerset on Tuesday evening of Court we'ek, (August 3 1 si) to respond to the nominations made by the County Convention, and to adopt i uc!) measures as may be deemed neces sary to insure the triumph of their prin ciples anil tli election of thelr candidates it the ?ppro:iching election- Bv onleT of the- ' COUNTY COMMITTEE. OUR PROSPECTS. . We have intelligence from all parts of the State, which warrants us in saying that the prospects of the Whig and Anti masonic party were never more cheering than they are at the present time. This is owing, in the first place, to the unani mity of sentiment which pervades its ranks, both in. regard to measures an...

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. — 24 August 1847

r':TVAlS2S OF TIIC BinilALI. ri ulilisheJ every TuosJuy, st f2 -r oiinu:n, piykble ha!jerlv in advance. : Ifnat ,.:,.4 -vithiir the year, 2,S0 will iuwi My lc charac-d. No wlwcriplion taken for less than six months ' . K!Mcri!-er discontinue unless at '" the option of tbe eJuer, until ai rearagesare ' j ski uS. . ' Auin,s"EITT9 will be nscrteJ at per ciiarc, for the first three insertion, ainl 3 ' ceo'-? ft every subsequent insertion: iouger ones in proportion. From the National Intelligence!-. RIDENTEM DICERE VEKUM QUID VET AT? ANOTHER LETTER FROM MAJOR DOWNING. OX THE ROAD TO THE M AR, .AUGUST , 1847. Mb. Gales & Seatox: . Jly dear old friends'. I spose you'll be amazingly disapinled to find I'm away offhere, pushin on to. the seat of war, and didn't call to see you when I come through Washington. Rut you must'nt blame rae for it, lor I couldn't help it; the President wouldn't let me call: lie said I was getting quite too thick with you, writing letters to you and all that. An...

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. — 31 August 1847

9 TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 AI'D FARMERS' AHD r.lEiSHAIJIGS REGISTER. IF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR." $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. MINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY S A M UE L J. ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY AUGUST 31, 134:7, Vol. 5,-No. 42 Ml I'M SADDEST WHEN I SING. You thir.k I have a merry heart, Because my fongs are gay. But oh, they all arc taught To me By friends now far away. The bird retains her silvery note, r ThoiTgh tondage chains his wing. His soul is uot a happy one, I'm saddest when I sing. I heard them first in that sweet home I never more shall see, And now each ong of my joy has got A plaintive tone for me. Alas ! 'tis vain in winter time . To mock the songs of spring, Each note recals some wither'd leaf, Tin saddest when I sing. Of all the lricnds I used to love, My harp remains alone, Its faithful voice still seems to be An echo of my own. AIv tears when I bend over it, Will fall upon its string, Yet those who hear me, litt...

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. — 31 August 1847

iju-tv-'"-1-''-' ------- VK 11- of 'hi!au1,mia ... . i rv! is our aetbonzert V. ' . L .i-mini Advements and ub- I ii cIoUku with fc:l pcwff W TUCClft .cnpu lor-ui- - v- ... e Ill for any uiomcs pmu jfi ueney inclines Kcw ! -u. r'lks. viz: JilllJJt'i.lXlJ, . ..... Vcrk. ZJaliiir.are nd BosUn. onTcr of TfcirJ nd Dock Strrcw, cj -poe Mer it's' Exchange, or 4i North fourth street, TulUuplpma, isVuhorizedla revive A. vrrt'vc went and Subscriptions for the "JILK. M .U. ind U cloihJ with full p44" 10 KCV,lK Ur mooics paid him on tliote obji'cU'. S1 tor fiovEKSoa General James Irvin, .or r .-KNxr.n cootv. Joseph W. Patton, or (T-ir-Esrr.ANP .county. run j. ASSK.MULY, S tuts JO St man X)F KLKL1CK T0WXSHII. VOn COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepley, OF TOWKTUIP. FOR TREASURER, o n a t h a n R o of so.nr.stT boroumi. FOR AUDITOR, John Witt, OF SOMERSET BOROUGH. FOR DIRECTORS OF THE POOR, Samuel Will, 3 years, Henry Frank. 1 year SJatc ca:ra! Committee. Thomas E. Franklin, Lancaster City Thomas Duncan, D...

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. — 31 August 1847

SOMERSET HERALD, ii O HI K II -S K IA., TUESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1917. -3 n.iu nii.MinM ur iur, u;M- Vfi-rftiw miwrnn GEN'L. ZACHARY TAYLOR, T:iM VlfM.' DDPIIil'VT HON. ANDREW STEWART, bubjulio tttc (hamuli of a hulional Convention r w, -m-re gssssssss ; d to send delegations. The partiality PENNSYLVANIA. j of the American people for Gen. Taylor During a long period of years Penn- has recently been manifested in so many Fvlvania has been almost entirely under ways "and in so many quarters, that we the rule of Locofocoism. Few States j cannot perceive how he can well be pre possess greater natural advantages, yet vented from being elected President in few have been more involved in debt or 1818. We know there are ultra party more burdened with taxes. From year j men who do not approve of his repeated to year, with now and then an exception, j declarations that he will not be a party the Locofoco party have had majorities in 'candidate, nor, if elected, a partv Presi- . both Houses ol the ...

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. — 31 August 1847

rrnilS OF THE ZIEUAM. Ti XF puWMiod wry Tuesday, at It per annma, r-yaM fcatf-yearlr aJvance. If net paid wrthin th year, $2,60 wall inTaria Lly be charsetl. tfe wbscriptlon taken for !6ihan sis months nor can euUoriUer discontinue unless fit tbc option of the eJitor, untH .rrearasosare paiii ofl. AnvtrrisEMEXM will bs Jisertcd at $1 per square, for the first three insertions, and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer one mi prcpftrtion. Court Kartial Extraordinary. ' The Matamoras Flag publishes the fol- lUJllIll vt utfc ""v- o Court Martial assembled to try Generals Taylor and Scott. No official account Y..r. - . r,rnrt(lhlrrs OI a ( lias yet appeared in the Union, and there is no evidence that the sentence oi me eurt has been fully approved. Under the circumstances, we shall expect the of ficial journal to deny the correctness of the report and even to question the authenti city of the whole proceedings. But no one will bcisled by the cofftraJiciion, or Induced to put le...

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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