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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 10 February 1846

gjV(Utt tfl VtSUUVg. j .hat would be the e(recl of a ter r . : ' i minous on the Ohio river, below the difii- PEWSYLVWIl LKfilSLATUIlE- ! SI VATE. - i Friday, Janinrv 30. 1813. j of duty on the Ohio river at different sea TIIK RIGHT OF "WAY. ions, that almost its entire trade would The Senate resumed the consideration be abstracted from our public improve rs the bill granting to the Baltimore and ments and conveyed to Baltimore. You Ohio railroad, the ri;hl of way through would nor, said he, receive a pound of Pennsylvania to Pittsbunr. freight, or a single passenger to be trans- The first section being read, Mr. Bidder ported on the Main Line of your public offered an amen intent, "impo.-i'ig certain works. But let the road terminate at restrictions on thiMjrant and requiring the Pittsburg and wc have nothing to fear, company to pav a certain amount of the We hnd failed to secure the trade of the profits of the road to the Commonwealth. Ohio for our canals, because there was The qu...

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. — 10 February 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, 3,3a., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 181C. I. R. P.lLVER F.. of Piiilidclphia at his lUal folate. CV.7 Ofa'. i- our authorized Atrtnl ftr r.::i;niiij Adrrrt!ftmnti cr.d Su!,- cr.,onr..r i in'- ' 'Vt' , vki'h (Vl ihv:t t rnvij-t f'r r.av monies nni.I i tohim on k His Bn,c, im-lcJ, the f.ti!oinz z: IM.il.id.-li.hia. Niwi York. M.i 'Tiovw nnJ liwi'n . at;il his otiircs in tlirw rfvcritl flacrs arc loratej as follows: J l,:trt!jLia Ao, .C'J l ine .Vtrrrt. Yw k Ao. 16 Assail " i'tJtlmore A'. C Cjriu r uf dli-A. Cal st jjkiton Vo 11 Sta'.o t. ' Stale DcW.-' The interest on the Slate Debt due the U in-!., was promptly paid by the State ( Treasurer, but we see doubts expressed ( bv several journals in regard to the ability of the Treasury to meet the interest that! will become due on the 1st of August. The committees of Ways and Means in both Houses cf the Legislature have had the subject of Finance under con sideration, and in the Senate Mr. Iligler has reported a bill, ...

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. — 10 February 1846

A ic TTOWlXGlhe abrogate value and assessments made in each township and bor o,!i in the CouTty of Somerset for the vcar 1S46, upon property made taxable by rr.nntv and State purposes: as required by an Act of Assembly of this Com- m o n wca 1 1 h, passed tne 'Ztui Names of DISTRICTS. Icvits. Addison, Allegheny, Berlin borough, Brothersvalley, Conemaugh, Elklick, Greenville, Jrnner, Gilford, Paint. Quemahoninj, SI48.2C6 C2.S54 9,165 203,207 12I.SI4 132.80 5I,59( 183,437 233.000 58,051 100,883 09,456 333,601 8I,l6f! 167,410 C4.5G4 28,519 129,G Somerset borough, botnerset tp. Southampton, Stonycreek, Shade, Sioystown bor, Summit, Turkey foot. rkevioox, in,-'" j g2.339.34pl Th e n ml e r.s i gn e dJoni in i s s 147,279 COrrCCL SlnH-Hieill Ul lliv; "jj initio wi usISshiliu iiiiii iiiiuuiiuii ji iiivv suiui in y J jeets made taxable by the laws of this Commonwealth for county and State pur poses which statement has been revised, corrected and equalized according to the correct statement ...

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 February 1846

(O (I lO i AHD PAH AKTD MECHANICS9- v. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN BW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. TUESDAY rBBRUAnivi6, New Series. Vol. 4.-No. 14. ICSES' Orphans' Court Sale of .lies! H8iateB "T N pursuance of an order of the Or E rihan's. Court wf Somerset county there will-be exposed to 'sale by way of public vendue or outcry on the premises, on Saturday the 14th day of March next, the following real 'estate, late the property of Andrew Bird deceased viz: O n t tract of Land, situate in A-idison township, adjoining1 lanefs of John P. It. Walker John A, Mitcliell. Robert Robison and others, 'containing 270 acres more or less, on whice are erected two dwelling houses, Lam and oilier buildings. ALSO One other tract adjoin ing lands of John A Mitchell, Robert Rubison, Thomas Glissen, amps Wil k'ms and others containing SCO acres more or less, on which are erected a dwelling house barn and other buildings. Terms: one third to remain a lien on the premises, the interest...

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 February 1846

9555 Tnrz Sickaeu" Birtw. UIPDHTAST FROM TTASIXltfG TOS. An Arbitration Ilefusea S?J the rolled biates. lesrn from oar Washington cor-1 Trtaat, tint oa sf B3nfv; t:nn It is rcrv rfim;non. out Ol me f;:r-iiesi importance, w -0 arst place, isa copy of a letter to Mr. McLane, re- caesiz Htm to inquire from Lord Aber- eecAs meaning of die warlike preparr.- iryzs now making in England and various par of the empire, la repiy. Lord Aberdeen does not say that the said pre paraiiofM are making with -an especial reference to Oregon, but he gives a gen era! zntwer to the effect thtt the policy oi Great Britain is, 4,in time of peace to pre pare for war." A second letter ecai to Mr. McLane, requesting him to give his ow'nopmion relative to these warhkeprep arations, elicits from him that he thinks thers W2S more roeiut in the language of Lord Aberdeen than would appear at first view upon the face of it. Next ccmes au offer from Mr. Paken ham.to.Mr. Buchanan, proposing to re fer the Oregon dispu...

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 February 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, 3?rr., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S46. Y.R.TALMZR E.i of Philadelphia at his J?: Etii'za-'ACvclOjnzr, U our authorized "enf fot obtuaini AJtsrtiscmnts and Sub- mptititvt the -Herald- and h clothed with full power to receipt f ny monies paid to him on ihwe oljects. Hi sncy include the following citirs. viz: Philadelphia. New York, Colli more on J Boston, and his oCicfa in three sevral placet are located as followa: PKllr.JriphiaSo, 53 I'ine Street. yruYurkXo. 16 Nassau M BihimoreS, E. Corner of Ca!t-& Cal st Eastern Ab 155tate sU. . - . r? t5JMr. HILL cf the State Senate, rolCct EDIE cf the House of Repre sentatives, ' have our thank for public kconv;?n:3. LT""Our acknowledgements are due totbaHon. ANDREW STEWART, for a copy b uie uepor 01 ine secretary cf the Treasury. t.i-.. ir.ir virrinfA Isjisiuiure. The Richmond Compiler says: "Mon- day was an interesting day in both bran- j ch'es of the Legislature on the subject of j internal improvements. In the Sen...

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 February 1846

nhwTVr the a-srre-atc value and assessments made in each township and bor- ) ;thl County of Somerset for the year 1846, upon property made taxable bj 1 tfciunv n?d Stoto purposes; as required by an' Act of Assembly of this Com- iiioinvealtli, passed uic (Jroes Value of real es tate, cattle, hor ser, fcc, assess ed for county rates and levies. Names of DISTRICTS. AJdison, Allegheny, Merlin borough, Hroihersvalley, Conemaugh, . Elklick, Greenville, Jriitier, Milford, Punt, . .Quemahoninj, 62,954 S9.163 203,207 121,514 132,807 54,500 183,437 233,01)0 58,951 100,883 Somerset borough. 09,456 833,601 81.10c 167.410! 04,5Gi! 28.519 128,689 147.279 .Somerset tp. Southampton, Nmnycrcek, Shade, .Sioystown bor, Summit, Turkcvfoot, S2.339.540 The undersigned Commissioners of Smersct county, do certify that the above is a correct statement of the aggregate value of assessment and valuation of the several-objects made taxable by the laws of this Commouwealth for county and State pur poses, which ...

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 February 1846

am will: & w IJ 4a AliTD PAEMEE5 .' AND. REGKESTER. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. Orphans' Court Sale of Real Estate. IN pursuance of an nrder oi ihe Or phan's Courl of Somerset county, there will lie exposed to sale by way of public vendue or outcry on the premise?, on Saturday the 1 4ih day of March next, the following real estate, late the property of Andrew Dird deceased viz: Onu tract of Land, situate in A Idison township, adjoining lantfs of John l H. Walker John A, Mitchell. Ifobcrt Iiobison and others, containing t!70 acres more or less, on whice are erected two dwelling houses, larnand other buildings. ALSO One otlier tract adjoin ing lands of J Jin A .Mitchell, Robert Itubifon. Thoruas Glissen, anies Wil kins and others containing SCO acres more or less, on which are erected a dwelling house barn and other buildings. Tfrxs: one third to remain a lien on the premises, ihe interest thereof to be paid to the widow...

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 February 1846

i it J ' - '5i 2 ' it .;. J , . i . i - : , I'KNVSVr,VVNIA LEGISLATURE. HOCSG OlEPHieifiNTATIVES. WfDvesDAV, February 11, 1846. KEW YORK AND ERIE R4ILR0AD. Mr. Knox moved to proceed to the consideration of the Xew York and Erie railroad bill. On this Mr. Kunkel de graded the yeas and nays, which were as follows; . YEAJ5MessrsvBerbar,Bartholamew, Bntx, Bigham, Brough, Brackenridge, Turns, Bufrcll, CampbelLChesnut, Clark, Cross, Dalr, Edic, Eldred, Fassett, Fnnston, Galloway, Gray, Owin, Hay- ; iriaker,' Ives, Johnson, Knoj, Ladley, Means, Merrifield, Mitchell, Morison, M'Abee, M'ClclIand, M'Curdy, M'Far lanJ, Xicholscn, Power, Pumroy, of Franklin, Pomrroy, of Mercer, Price, Hobison, Samuels, Shuman, Starr, Stew art of Franklin, Stcuirt of Lycoming, Stronss, Thomas of Chester, Thomas of Susquehanna, Van lloflf, Wads worth, WcVj, Wilson, JWorrel, Patterson, Spea ker54. NAYS. Messrs. Armstrong, Buchman Bvslcr, Boughner, Beyer, Bright, Con nor, Donaldson, Dotts, Fernon, Hallow rll, Hill ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 24 February 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1840. an i "z"zr"'"""'M' " ' " "" ",, r. II. PALMER Esq. of PhSla.Mphia at his P-.cl EJalc end Cixil Ofiice, is our authorized Airmt f.r uluiiiiii? Adttrthcnmts and ub- jioaLr the HERALD" witfifun rower to receipt for any monies PaiJ to him on these olfr!. His agency includes the following cities, viz: rhilaJelpuia, e w York. Baltimore arid Boston, and 'lis offices in tlicm; pvtraJ piaccs are located as follows: J'iiLittefohiaXo, 53 Pine Street. XcwYurk Ao. 1G A'assau " Jlallii'iorcS, E. Corner of Balt-& Cal 6t Ztaoi Ab 1C State tt. ClfARI.CS GIBBOXS. ESQ. Most of our readers, we presume, have not forgotten the valuable eerviccs which this gentleman rendered to the Whig par ty pending the Gubernatorial and' Presi dential elections of 1814, and will there fore be surprised to learn that several "Whig journals in the city of Philadel phia have arrayed themselves in opposi tion to him for his liberal and honorable course in the Senat...

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 February 1846

A Xii. . r i. ji . nnwTVr, the ,wato value and assessments made in each township and hor- n0)SP counter Somerset for the vcar 1846, upon property made taxable by Z, Sou,ur 2 purposes; as required by an Aet of Assembly of this Com- i n o invca I m, P"si" " Gross Value of real es late, cattle, hor- tsx ser, Ac, assess Names cf DISTRICTS. ed for cour.tv rates and levies. Aildison, At'pfheny, Urrliri boroufh, I'.rotliersralley, neniHUgh, EUlick, tireenville, Jrnner, Mil ford. Paint. Chcmahoninff, $148,266 62.954 S9.163 203,207 121.314 132.S07 54,590 183.437 233.0J0 5S.95I 100.8S3 69.456 S33.601 81.160 167,410' G4.564! Somerset borough. Knmerset tp. Snutlnmpton, Sinvereek, Shade, Hioystown bor. Summit. Turkeyfoot, 28,519' 1C8,6J'J 147.279 The undersigned Commissioners of Siiierset county, do certify that the above is a correct statement of the aggregate? value of assessment and valuation of the several ob jects made taxable by the laws of this Commonwealth for county and State pur poses,...

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. — 3 March 1846

(Cjp (Ml f2 ''-PABJUSSSRS'' ASTD : - REG-IS' rBIXTED AND rUBLTSIIED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDA'y, BIAB.CH 3, 1846, Vol. 4.-No. 16. lOrialjt IDrittcn fiigljr. . ' A'TWISTIFICATIOX. 'Wright we "know is written right When we see it written write, lint when we see it written right, "We know 'tis not then written wright, For write, to have it written right. Must not be written right or wright, Nor yet should it be written rite, But write, for so 'tis written right. THE YANKEE BALL A Talc or Hie IXevoIiitlon. Holmes' Hole is a harbor well known to all navigators of the coast of New England. During the year 1781, while the hopes and fears of the American pa triots were alternating, a half a dozen British frigates were lving snug in the Holmes' Hole harbor. Time hungheavi ly on the hands of the officers on board their -essels, and they availed themselves of every opportunity of breaking in upon its tedium. The project of a ball on shore was jot...

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. — 3 March 1846

j... i jnjti fir--'tiini -ji-i. W"1" "' "" " rtNXSYLV N I LEGISUTUliE- I 1 SEX ATE. TurRSDAV, February 12, 1846. A tvimbrsr cf petitions were presented, an ! several privat; bills of an unimpor tant character reported. , On motion of Mr. Ebaugh, tha Com mittee ca Finance were instructed to in quire into the expediency of reporting a bill taxing the property of all corpora lions for county, State and School purpo ses, in the same nanner thai individual property is now t.ed. THE TARIFF. . The Senate resumed the consideration of the amendments made by the Houas to the tariff resolutions. Mr. Sanderson took the floor, and nude an able speech in opposition lo the House amendments. Mr. Sterigere moved to strike out all nfter the enacting clause of the House a ?ndment, and lo insert the following: Thrt for the purpose of preventing a .uction of the tariff of 1842, and of clicving the people of Pennsylvania as much as possible from the heavy taxation that now oppresses them, our Senators an...

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. — 3 March 1846

liin " Somerset, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1846. K D. r.iLMER Eq. ofPlnlilelphia at his H al G-2.'c and Coj! OJfice. u our authorized A-rnl fr utiaiuin Adctrtircmtnlt and Sub Krt'piiun for the HERALD' ami ic clothed with full power to rcn-ipx fr any monies pak! to hi:n on lhc2 object. Hi agency incluJes the fili3inj cities, viz: PhilaJf!phi3, New York. naltimVe an J Boston, asij his o'Sccs in Hjoaeiicnlp'jcffs nrc looate.I as follows: ph-hJflpMciXo.SO Pine Street. .ewYurk A'o. 15 Aasau " a!UmorcS. E. C wncr of Balt-& Cal si Messrs. Rcnnells and Liughton request us to state that their respective schools will commence on the lGth, instead of the 9ih, as stated in their cards. Congress. Our latest intelligence from Washing ton is dated February the 21th. In the Senate on Saturday, the Oregon Resolu tions had been still under consideration, and the House was chiefly engaged in matters of a local character. Both Houses adjourned over from Monday morning till Tuesday, in honor of Washington's...

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. — 3 March 1846

ITEMS OF THE HERALD, Tai PIr polKhed every Tuesday, t 2 per annum, payable ka!f-yearly in advance. Knot paid wilhiii th year, $2,50 will invaria bly be charged. He auWriptioa takee for le.s than six months nor can a seWriber discontinue unless at lee option of it ed'llsT' until 'ca"'iSesare paid oE airtmiMif" will be inserted at $1 per aqaarc, for the first three insertion, and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer ncs in proportion. Aptiittskmedts inserted in the Herald and republican, three times, at $2 per iquare and 40 cent for every other insertion. BY JAMES ST1LLMAN. I love the ladies, every one The laughing ripe brunette; Those dark eyed daughters of the sun, With tresses black as jet. What rapture in their glances glow, Ilich. tints their checks disclose, And in the little dimples there, Young smiling Love repose. I love the ladies, every one, The blonde so soft and fair, With looks so mild and languishing, And bright and golden hair; How lovely are their sylph-like...

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 March 1846

H P) lAifi ill mm PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN II O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, VA. New Series. TyZAKCH 10, 2846, Vol. 4,-No. 17. ItMjo io nip J rfeni)? Not the vile wretch whose sordid mind The slavish chains of avarice bind; "Whose stooping onl no pleasure knows, Save what the dirty ore bestows. Nothim'who plows the ocean wave, IIU fellow beings to enslave: Who cannot make, e'en want a plea, For one lone act of cruelty. Not him who light and knowledge spurns. And to the gloom of ignorance turns, Who dares his Maker's wrath defv, In impotence of blasphemy, lie is my friend the friend I love. Who the reverie of these shall prove, Who loves Jiis Coo whose liberal inind Can feci for ire and all mankind. THE -CHINESE AT CAIVTOX. The Ilons fort upon the river, and reach hundreds of yards back into the ci ty suburbs. The visitor will form some idea of the tea trade when he visits one Hong after another, filled with tea, r.nd sees cooleys bringing in chops, and sort ing esr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 10 March 1846

5 WW Stftt'S&HtaWtt. CjIIi Cohztts 11 Station. Vrn f A I'nviKyhau'.a TeUTfph. from our correspondent. rrprA!iY 23' 1845. DcArfJra: The Sjnate met on Mon t? y rr.o.-nm,;, buirftor prayer adjourned r,-. .- ic Tee? !iy to pay proper respect to t memory cf Washington. On Tuesday Mr. DickinBon having l'. floor, vrc.A i:;to the merits of the 0.-fot questi.a from A lo Z, and suc- in sending sundry S(nvtori in the 1 i;d"of Nodbcfo.c t!ic hour for rdourn'ng had arrncd. . II: 'tis is f.vorof settling f..e question by compromise if possible, and tcr this end he wov.M vote for tf;a no t -e as U!r.g ihc p!a.i :o hasten such a consuraation. W hn he was about h'M through the Senate weel into Executive In die Houe, after the transaction of come morning business, n motion was mds to 50 iato committee of the Whole, and take up the river and harbor appro priation bill which wa? agreed to. . Mr. McConncll of Alabama moved to lay aside the harbor b;ll, and take up the bill, introduced by Mr. Wcnlwor...

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 March 1846

SOMERSET- HERALD. TUESDAY, MARC II 10, 1340. r. P.. PAT. HER ofriiiiaJej'phia athia J,Vc Estate and Cinl OJtce. n our authorized 1wnf fir c.'itniiiin? Advertisements and Sub Option the inJUAl.D" ami is clothed wi;a fal Trfm-cr to rm ipt fr any monies paid U him on lhc- ol'jc.K His ajpncy includes ihe f.'Siowin? ciTies. .viz: Philadelphia. New York, Baltimore aud Dor-ton, arid his offices in tiieseV.-vf-ral places are located as follow: WhrkbtiaXo. 59 Tine .Street. ;7v W AO. !6 Na--au " tfaUifixrrr 6'. Y. Cirncr of Ca!t-Sc Cl st fiuxiM ATa 10 Stalest. 2'assage of lIieHIsM of Way Dill The Bill granting tab right of way to (he Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Compa iiy, paed the Senate on the 27th ultimo, bv thc'fo'liowip? vote: YEAS. Messrs Anderson, Carson,!. Darr?gh, Darsie, Dimmiok. Durdop, E- nan.i, vi.uuiis, nil.-:, niti, i , Morrison, Kann, Knss, bnufrrion, um - van, Sherwood, Shaker. 17. NAYS. Msssrs. Bcnner, Biirlcr ma, v.:.u.i.., ' viu craft, IYgelv,'Foulkrod; Ilcekman, Jer-. dan,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 10 March 1846

TUSKS or THE HERALD, Thi pop v pubW! every Tosdsy, al $t jr annum, payable kalf-yearly in advance. If not pa'ul witV.in tho jttr, $2,50 will invaria ily charged. N cnlwcripiion taken for iban ix months or can bjcriUer discontinue oiil at tie option of tk editor, until arrcaragesare paido'L AitrimirrfT!i wi!! Vc Inserted at Jl per fraaf, for the first three ir.snlionn, and 25 cnt for every suUseqrtent insertion: longer ! no in prororlin ATT!scFaT9 inserted in tfce ITcraU and republican, (line times, t $2 per square auJ 60 cents for every at her insertion. From the Ohio State Journal. JJjn 23 op. J have a lifde bright haired boy, With eyes of blue-bcil hue, And cheeks as reive try and fresh As roses bathed with due, 21 ii llf a as fragrant rccm to mine, As strawberries in Ma v. JLnd with his lisping voice he aings, Hurra! hurra for Clay. Three summers only hath he seen. And when I hear his voice, fSofulI of melody and glee. It makes my heart rejoice. He sings full many a merry Um And ...

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 March 1846

IT (" TWO COLLARS, PER ANNUM,? IIAI.F-YEAKLY IN ADVANCE MB C FARMERS5 AHD VSEGIIAFJIGS BEBISTBL cIF NOT PAID WITUIN THE YEAR, i J2 JO WILL Hi CliAKGED. ll ; , PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O N A T H'AX R O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. ,-. f . . - w ' . - , , - - - . ' - ; J , -.. . gaa rr i i " iii ' , . . '" ' . . . " ' ' 1 cwSeries.l; r . '.", TUESDA1T, JSARCH 17, 1846, Vol- 4. No. 18. ' t : Soofi fortoarfc.' One year tlie rearer, wife, Are we to death; Time, love, that meete'h life, darners our breath. Let not thy dear face own Looks of distress; . If days of love are gone, Sorrows arc less. Look forward cheerily, Hope to the last! Wouldst thou live wearilv, Cling to the past. St. Louis Reville. COPPERREGION. Lake Superior Copper Minks The InTFREST OF PITTSBURGH IX THAT RE GION Canal at Sault St. Marie Copper Smelting and Manufacturing in Pittsburgh. Unless one is conver sant with what is passing outdoors, and the undercurrent of business, he is apt to be ignorant of ma...

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