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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 7 September 1847

Z7 TWO DOLLARS PEK. ANNUM, JIALF-VEAIJLV IN ADVANCE. 5 AMD FACERS' AND T.IEGlIAfjlGS' AGISTED. IF NOT PAID WITHIN TIIC YEAR, $2 50 Wll.l. Uh' CHAKUED. POINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAMUEL J. ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY,' PA. Hew SeriesJ TUESDATT, SEPTEMBER 7 1847, Vol. S.-No. 43 hi-1"i J ' HEALING : AT SUNSET. UV MRS. L. ,11. SIGOUnXEY." "At even, when ihe sun did set, they brought unto Him all thai were diseased." St, Mark, 1st and 32d. Judea's summer day went down, When lo ! from vale and plain, Around the Heaven Healer throng' d A sick and sorrowing trainl The pallid brow -the hectic cheek The cripple bent with care : And he whose eoul dark demons lash'd To foaming rage, was there. lie raised his Land the lame man leap'd . The blijd forgot his woe.J And with a startling rapture, gaz'd On Nature's glorious show. lip from his bed of misery rose The paralytic pale. And thc-loataM leper dared once more, . His fellow-man to hail. Mart on the arm of pitying love The lunatic reclin...

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. — 7 September 1847

SOniUP.SET HERALD. . . : iri.S A iSi- J i .cri'Uun "tor the with full power to r,.ct.i lor any n.m- f h'imH rhese 'j""- ".-... Z- the fjHcvi.13 citi". .iz.--riiil-Jclj.iuj, .kw York, L'iltimore anJ Bost n. Son HuiMInss. North F.art r-rhir,! iul Dock Greets. oiiiie Aier- 4.!,anU Exchangs. or 440 North Fourth start, r!u!:uJe!jliia. is authorized to receive Ativcru.- . iuU aJ SulwenpHons lor ttie "II LK' auJ is clothr-J with full power to receipt for all .monies prtiJ liini oa these oljects. ran ;overnoe General James Irvin, CI' CKXTRE C0CXTV. TOR CANAL COM MISSION Kit, Joseph W, Pat ton, OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOll ASSEMBLY, Jost J. Stutsman, OF ELKLJCK TOWNSHIP. I'OR COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepleyj OF SOUTHAMPTOX TOVVHTHIP. FOR TREASURER, Jonathan R o'w, OF SOMERSET BOROUGH. TOR AUDITOR, John Witt, .OF SOMERSET BOROUGH. FOR DIRECTORS OF THE POOR, Samuel Will, 3 years, Henry Frank, 1 year. State Central Committee. Thomas "E. Franklin, Lancaster City Thomas Duncan, Dauphin county James Mar...

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. — 7 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S O 31 K II S E T, 1 A., TUESDAY, S E PTEM BE R VISIT. FOR PRESIDENf OF THE UNI TED SPATES IN 1813. GEN'L ZACUARY TAYLOR FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON. ANDREW STEWART; ZuljrrUv the decision of a National Convention IMPROVEMENT OF THE YoiOHIOGHEXY AND THE TCBNPIKE BETWEEN WLST. Newton and Cumberland. Measures arc in progress to improve the nav '.Ration of ihe Youghiogheny so as lo make it safe for steamboats lo ascend as high up as West Newton, ia the expecta tion t!iat the citizens along the turnpike from theace to Cumberland will so im prove that roud as to secure for it the freight and travelbetween the above men tioned points. In case, however, that 'he turnpike is not so improved, . then it is contemplated to extend the navigation as far up the rher as practicable and unite it l.y means of a road with the National road, probably at Petersburgh. The rea der will find in another column a copy of ;i letter from a gentleman in West New ton, setting forth some of the advan...

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 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 7 September 1847

'A K32S Or Till: IIKRALII. TVi l"e l f uWwfced evy ToesJay, at 2 per r.;ble tilf-yearly ia .dttace ffn piJ within the year, 2,SQ wUTn i!y4e charged- . ' . No Writioa'xke fr Jh tb nor ea Hbcrirr discontinue ! t 4be o,.lioa of the editor, until arrrarmgwnre ' -paldott. Aovu" "in 1 nrrte,1 t ?t per - square, for the first tbrea insertion, and 25 eeois for every srilejneirt inscrtioir: longer ones i n proportion . . :. COL. MAT S -OPINION TAYLOR. OF GEN. Col. Charles May of the regular army, is a democrat, lie got his original ap pointment in the army from Gen. Jack- ton. Said tne oiu ucnera., wi )uui.g ffon) , d(Sordered stale of the stom Tnanthatcan , you do in Honda? Can a(d booJ . be 4ifCT simulated - yon-kin an Indian? ' "Yes, General, and , o Iie:iU! ac-rt b,ood ceanse(, at him afterwards.' "Enough said; call J ffom a ; ' ritie9t an j you are certain up to-morrow and get your commission. L pnKnire and maintain uuintcrrapted Since that lime, May has been in tne ser- hea(ju Tje mosl...

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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 14 September 1847

vn w i ft TWO DOLLARS TER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY" IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARMERS1 AND EGlfflGS' REGISTER. IF NOT PUD WTTIIIN THK YEAR. $2 5i) WILL DC CHAKUED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY S A M UEL J. R O W , SOMERSE T, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New ScricsJ TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 1817 V ol. 5. No. 44 row? n Min (HI n THE AMERICAN BOY. "Father, look up and see that flag, How gracefully it flies; Those pretty stripes they seem to be A rainbow in the skies." It is your country's flag, my son, And proudly drinks the light, O'er ocean's wave in foreign climes, A symbol of our might. "Father what fearful noise is that, ; Like the thundering of the clouds ! Why do the people wave their hats, And rush along in crowds !" It is the' voice of cannonary, The glad shouts of the free, This is the day of memory dear 'Tis Freedom' Jubilee. "I wish that I was now a man, I'd fire a cannon too, And cheer as loudly as the rest But, Father, why don't you ?" Tni getting old and weak but still . My heart is big with...

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. — 14 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. V. Tl. PALME ft. n f PUilaJelpLia at his rrjI Usiiilc tvl Cml Oiflce, our authorized A Mjtit r obtaining Ailvcrtivcmctits and Sul, K'f'ijlion frih; " HEUALU " inJ is rlothtxl with ftill P'jwcr to recci f r erty ntoi.ics pil to bim ?;u ilifsc objects. Ilia agency imlmU-s lh" Wcving clues, viz: Pfeiiati.'iplia, New York, JjJtimorcanJ Bost.n. f E. W. CAKR, Cmklhig. NMh Tast criiur of Tliiid a;J IJork Sine's. rjpoHlc Mcr- bants' Exchange, or 410 North Fourth street, PhiiaJi !jhia, is authorized to rccrhc Advertise- rt.tiu Mid Subscriptions for the -HERALD, j ai,J i.riol!.lwi.h fd! power to rece ipt for nil j FOR COVLRXOU - General James Irvin, OF CENTRE COt'NTV. I'Oil C A NAl7 C l MISSION KR, Joseph V. Patton, or cr:iFf:niAX0 county. f ) "u" a ssKM BL Jost J, .S tutzman, . OF ELKXICX TOWNSHIP. FOR COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepley, OF (iOCTiUMITOX TOWItTHlP. Ft).1 TRFAbURER, Jonathan Row, OF SOMERSET DOBOrCII. for Aunrmn, J o h n Witt OF SOMERSET E0U01GH. FOR DIRECTOR; OF THE...

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. — 14 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. SOJiliUSRT, PA., TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1847 rOU PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IX 1849. GEif'L. Z&CHARY TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, EON. ANDREW STEWART. Zuljict to the deeisivtt if a National Convention We had hoped the asperities ol poitti-1 cal life had been softened tliat the bick- ! - . ' clings and personal abuse which in times past characterized political warfare had ceased, and that in future, politicians D - I would at least endeavor to be gentlemen. We had supposed that hereafter the con res of politicians would be for principle and not for the purpose of detraction, a busc, and slender. The time was, when ihe parcel men encountered the most foul iibuc. That time we thought had pas Fed away, and a new and better era com menced. We were mistaken. There are siill some persons, it would seem, who delight in assailing the reputations of th?ir neighbors in engendering bitter and malignant feelings amongst those who rliould, at least, be personal friends, a...

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. — 14 September 1847

THE LIP AND THE HEART. XV JOHN Q. ADAMS. One day, between the Lip and Heart A worldless strife arose, "Which was eipcrlest in the art His purpose to disclose. . The Lip called forth his vassal Tongue, And made him voach a lie ! The slave his servile anthem sung, And braved the listening sky. The Heart to speak in vain essayed, IVor could his purpose reach His will nor voice nor .tongue obeyed, His silence was his speech. Mark thou their difference, child of earth ! While each performs his part; Js'ot all the Lip can speak, is worth The silence of the Heart. OFFICIAL. XROS THE 'UNION' OF WEDNESDAY NIGHT. Landing of Parades, A New Orleans paper makes seme complaint of the want of vigilance in our agents in Europe, and of the command- ing officer at Vera Cruz, in relation to Gen. Paredes. It might be imprudent at this time to divulge all the facts connected with this subject, but "they would clear cur agents abroad of any shadow ol com plaint. Col. Wilson, at Vera Cruz, has not been as...

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. — 21 September 1847

V BMP 1 ,T, . TWO DOM.ATiS PER -ANNUM.? HALF-YEARLY". IN ADVANCE. 5 AND HnQS'nDvEGIlMJIGS?- REGISTER. vIF IF NOT PUD WITHIN THE. YEAR, 50 WILL DE CHARGED. ' : " - - f - ... .....- ' PRINTED AOT PiJblShED WEEKLY- BY IS A M U &t J. R OW,: SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. ? i, j. . New Scrics.1 i . i -'j.'T':. i :f ; TUBSDAIT, SEPTBB2BSR 21, 187; Vol. 5. 27 o. 45 '. ill 1 Selected for the Somerset Herald. THE PARTING REQUIEM. Wc parted in silence, we parted at night. On tlve banks of that lonely river, Where the fragrant pines their boughs u ' -.nite, f . " We met and we parted forever: The night-birds song, and the stars above, . Told many a touching story Of friends long passed to the kingdom a bove, ': Where the soul wears its mantle of glory . I We parted in silence, our cheeks were wet With tears that were past controlling, : And we vow'd that we'd never, no, never i- forget; . -V ' And the vows at the time were consoling: ' But the lips that echo'd the vows of mine . , Are as c...

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. — 21 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD, V. D. PALMES, Ej. f FhiUdehu tt U Ial Estate and Co! Office our authorize Acuir oUuiuiB? Athwrtiemeatt and bob cription forthe -HERALD" tad clothed ila full rower to eeeipt oriy Bkmm paid he fgllcwiuf Wci, viz: rhiiaddjJua, IWw Wk, tfaJiiiuorc and 2&ttfa. V. W. CARK, Sun Buildings, North Eat corner of Third and Dock Streets, opposite Mcr rhal' Exchange, or 410 North Fourth slrret, rhiladeJphia, is authorized to receive Advcrtisc tarjite anfi 8ul,.ripUonB for the -HE KALI), a:id ia clothed with fuTl pswer to receipt for all rinonles paid him on these obircta. TOP. GOXERSOR General James Irvin, OF CEVTRE corxTY. poTTa1a17coi m ission e r, Joseph W, Patton,. OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY. FOR ASSvL'.ML'LV, Jost J. S tu tzman, -OF iLKLICK TOWNSHIP. TOR COMMISSIONER; Daniel Lep ley, OF SOCTHXSIPTOTr TOWltTHIP. FOR TREASURER, Jonathan Row, jOF somerset BOROUGH. ' " roil AUDITOR, John Witt, OT SOHERSET BOROUGH. TOR DIRECTORS OF THE POOE, Samuel Will, 3 years, nesry jrraniL i ye...

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. — 21 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. - S O 31 M It S IJ T, P A., .TUESDAVSKlTEMBER 21, 1847. FOR PR12SIDKNT OF THE. UNI TED STATES IX 1848. GEN'L, ZACHARY TAYLOR. FOR VICE, PRESIDENT, " RON. ANDREW STEWART. Suljcci to the decision of a National Convention JOSEPH W. PATTON. "We invite attention of our readers to . the extract, wc publish, from the Penn'a. Telegraph, in another part of this paper, in relation to this gentleman's pecuniary affairs. The vilest calumnies have been propogated, by the loco Coco press, re spectin? Mr. Patton. - He has been char- pcd. in almost all their papers, in this 'state with the grossest dishonesty and de frauding la9 creditors yet when the evi dence reaches the public, jt s seen that instead of his being dishonest, his honesty is unsurpassed by that of any.man. now living When Mr. Patton foiled, he was in debt some $23,000 and since. that time ,he has reduced that indebtedness to less than $400; and his creditors have perfect i-onfidence thatlie will pay every cent so g...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 21 September 1847

Jfoot rmiJ within the year, $2,58 di io'ina fejy We cbarrxL , No .ubscriplion ukon for l than six month. ..(..-filter discontinue osfess at nor can ou"--he eptiM f tb eJitor DDlil rrcaraelw' '' paid off. ADTtmsiKt'Ti wiU U wrtJ at ft per qaar. -for the fMt three inac-lion. nJ 25 cenU for every tabscquent insertion: Wmgrf ones in proportion. DAXiri- KACTZ. C. P, KAUTX hats;: hatsiii Daniel Kautz & Son, ; m ESPECTFULLY inform the pub - IHL lie that they continue to keep on hand at their Hatting establish ment, in Berlin, opposite the tore of S. Philson, Esq, all de--scriotions of HATS, which they will dispose of on the roost accom modating terras for caih, wool, or other approved country produce. junclS Hotice. THE copartnership heretofore exist ing between Samuel Kimmel and David Ftndley, late of Stonycreek town ship, tiee'd, in the Fulling, Carding ami Manufacturing business, was d'tFSolved by mutual consent, on the 1st (lav of A rril, 1S4r. All claims due the late firm are to b...

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. — 28 September 1847

ii-T-V"iinal-r-t--tr"lT'-i?--"-a 3 V h'A 1 4 w t3 TWO DOLLARS PER ANLr.f,V HALF-YEARLY- IN ADVANCE. 3 AND- PAniVIZQS'. ACID: IEGIIAKIGS' : QEGISTElI. viK not pun wrrmx thh year, t ?2 . W ILL U II A KG ED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY :BY S A M U E L J. It 0 W , SOMERSET, SO MERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUBSDA1T, SBPTSB2BSR 28, 187. V ol. 5.-2 To. 4G i ji Notice.. A LLpers6ns who know themselves CEL indebted to the undersigned, while engaged in the TINNING BUSINESS, by note or book account, are requested to mike payment of the same immedi ately to J. H. J3enford, as a longer indul gence cannot be riven. JAMES (I. BEN FORD & CO.. , Sept. 747. ; MARBLE TOLIB STONES. THE subscriber , thankful for past favors, respectfully informs the public generally,that he continues to car ry on the Stone cutting business, atjiis shop in Somerset, where he will always kpep on hnnd and finish to order a varie ty of, MARBLE and COMMON, - TOMB STO.XES, ill of which will be sold at reasonable prices...

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. — 28 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. V n PATAtEtt. Ei. of rhiUdelphi at hi A -cut for btwiui.s Adrtifement. nJ , rii forth. -HERALD" and clothed with full pswer to receipt for jr monies ,..1 ; ike MIcvriHg cities, vir PbiJcJj't". IV cw York, aiiimoro and Boston. I E. U CARR, Sen Building, Nortfc past corner of Third od Dock Streets, or-powte Mer chants' Eicusoge, r 4 W North Fourth street, Tbilodeli-lua, ia authorised to receive Adverli.r wnts and fcnikscriptwus for the "IIEKALU, and is clothnl with full power to receipt ror all monies paid him on these object. General James Irvin, OF. CENTRE CQCXTY. TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, Joseph W. Patton, OF CUXDERLAND COUNTY. roa Asi:M2iL,v, Jost J, Stutsman, OF ELKLICK TOWNSHIP. TOR COMMISSIONER, Daniel Lepley, OF OPTDAJIPT03t TOWKTniP. FOR TREASURER,' Jonathan Row, OF SOMERSET EOKOCGII. TOK AUDITOR, John Witt, OF SOMERSET BOROCCH. FOR DIRECTORS OF THE POOR, Samuel Will, 3 years, Henry l rant l year. 5SI Stale Central Committee. Thomas E. Franklin, Lancaster City ...

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. — 28 September 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. S QUI ER SET, PA., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1847. FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNI TED STATES IN 1848. GEN'L. ZACHARY TAYLOR. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, HON, ANDREW STEWART. Subject lo tie decision rf a XationaJ Convention THINGS TO fiE REMEMBERED. Let k be remembered by every Whig Toicroftlie county of Somerset, that in remaining at home on the election day, he is he'ping to keep the Shunk ami Polk party in power. A party which has need lessly plunged the country in a disastrous and expensive war, that has drained the treasury of the people and involved the nation in a heavy debt; and that has spilled much of the best blood of the country. Hear in mind that if it had not been for the truckling of such men as Shunk and Polk to the slave power, this war never would have been, its enormous cost would have been avoided, and the hosts of good men who have been sacrificed as victims at the unholy shrine of slavery would have been still living. Let it be borne in mind by the good people of...

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. — 28 September 1847

-J.L I - TERHS OF THE IICRATUV Tut i wldished every Tuesday, 8t & per annum, pajalde baif-yea'rrf in . If not paid wfeVm (h. year, 52,50 ' " Wy be charjrcJ. No .Mfecrijxita 4W"1sShaoix -errand slHcrilT discminue unless at thcjaon f the editor, uutit ar-Pearagcsare "n,.rr.ir. will- be scrtcJ at $1 tcr juar. for the lirsi iWe inscti, aud 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer oiiosin proportion. Advertisements. PROCLAMATION. TUEREAS, by an act of the Gen y V ersl Assembly of the Common wealth t( Pennsylvania, entitled "An act . reiaiingio the elections of this Common wealth,' it is enjoined on the Sheriff k give public notice of such election, and to enumerate in such notice what officers are lo he elected.: In pursuance thereof, I, Samuel Griffith; High Sheriff o! tha County, of Somer set do hereby make known and give public notice to the qualified electors of .-Ihe s a jd county, thai a will be held on -the second Tuesday of October next, (being the ICih day of ihe month...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 5 October 1847

.'mi... mm " mju.rz:'J';.r JF-NOT. PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. I $t 50 HI I.I. DE CHARGED. PKINTED JlND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY SAMUEL J." II 0 W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. XTew SeriesJ TU3SDASV OCTOBBIl 5, 18 7. Vol. 5.-IIO. 47 Notice,- ; ;': - . i LL persons who ! know themselves tL Indebted to' the undersigned, while cagsgeMn the TINNING BUSINESS, by note or ; book account, are requested to make payment ' of the :same 'immedi ately 13 J. II. 13 en ford, a a longer indul gence .cannot te given. - JAMES II. BEN FORD & CO. Se'pL7M7. -EEARBLE TOMBSTONES, E subscriber thankful for oast vors, respectfully informs the public generally.that he continues to car- ry on the Stone cutting business, at his . "shop in Somerset, where he will always keep aa hand and finish to order a varie ty of MARBLE and COMMON J". : TOMB STOXES, ;aU of which n ill be sold at reasonable prices. - - Country produce taken ia exchange for work at market prices. BENJAMIN WOOLLEY. 1 March 2. 1847 1v ' THE undersign...

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. — 5 October 1847

S07SERSET HERALD. f 441 ... . .. .Amante in. nb- ! Swtorib. -UCttALD- and u doihcd vi'U full rocr 1 receipt for ny tnomes paid 1'ork, aliimore and Boston. "G. V. CARR. Sun BuiiJins, Nortb East comer of Third and Dock Strffis. opposite .w. chant.' Enhance, or 4 10 Jorth roonn m.rvH Philadelphia, h aufuoriitJ to recei Adver , tnrntsand Subscriptions forlbs "IIEKALU, iind is clothed with full power to receipt for a.I jr.unics paid him n th?tc oNjccts. Oar intelligence from the northern counties is of the most cheering charac ter. The iron region is said to be in a tremendous state of "commotion."" irvin and Patton are all the go, and ShunTc and Longstreth are hardly thought of. It will be Temembered that the northern coun ties heretofore -renerallv defeated the 3 "Whig candidates, but the people in that region are much engaged in the coal and iron business, tnd having been, in com mon with their fellow -citizens through- out the State, cheated "by the Locofoco ( leaders in 18-11, are 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. — 5 October 1847

SOMERSET HERALD. SO.MCIlJiCT, I A., TIT.! AY. 02F0BER 1347, for president of the UNI TED STATUS IN 1848. GEIfL. ZACHARY TAYLOR, FOR VICE PRESIDENT,. EON. ANDREW STEWART. Fuljict to tU dceiiiun if a National Convention TO THE PUBLIC. I observed some weeks since in the "Somerset Weekly Visitor,' a resolution purporlir.g to have been adopted at a De-Ejocr-liw County meeting, with fome re marks an.br the editorial had of that pa per, both designed, as appeared from their import, to injsrs me ia the estimation of inv fellow citizens, before whom I am a candidal for the cflice of County Trea f ;:rer. Though not aware that I had pro voked by my conduct, either toward the pr.-t:s compos-mg the meeting or any connected with the "Visitor," such jratuitous attack upon civ character, I fAl disposed to suSer them to pas unno ticed, believing as I did that they had been made under high political excitement, and that ttpon sober reflection the person from whom they hud emanated would sec the impro...

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. — 5 October 1847

TERJSIS Or THE IIERALO. Tt paper is published every Tuesday, t $2 pr annum, payable ilf-yerly in advance. Ifnot jaiJ within the year, $2,50 will invaria- fcly be charged. t ,i,;.,t;,, t.tron for leas than six month nor can a subscriber itcontie tess at the option cf the editor, utii arrcaragesa-re paidofl. Advejthemewts win be eserted at $ 1 -per 6(ji.-e, tor the first three insertions, and 25 teat.? i-jr every subsequent insertion: longer oe :i weportion. t Advertisements. PROCLAMATION, ;IIEREAS, by an act of the Gen eral Assembly of the Common- . ""wealth of Pennsylvania, cixtled "An act relating to the Elections of this Common wealth,''. it js enjoined on the Sheriff, to give public nonce of such election, and to enumerate ijt'sch houmi vital officers re to be cle-cted: In pursuance thereof. I, Samuel Griffith, : High Sheriff of the County of Somer eet 3o hereby make known and give t public notice to the qualified electors of tae said county, that a GENERAL ELECTION will be held ...

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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