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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 17 March 1846

. i 4 1 2 i i ;! , ; ARRIVAL, OF TIJE PACIiET KSail'TOXlOXTO. roar lajs Later. The en; ;.nJiJ packet ship Toronto, Cailiaiii'Tinkcf, arrived at New York on Wednesday, from London and Ports mouth, after hanng made a very -quick passage over the Atlantic. She sailed from Portsmouth o'n the passed Oih ulL, and in 1st. 43, to 53, fltrnnnTi a continued field of ice and ice- bergs. The advh'es from London arc of die 7th, and Liverpool of the 6th ultimo. 13 v ihU urrivsl we have the important intelligence that the Anglo-Indian project for the "annexation" of tin Punjaub, long meditated and prepared for, has been put ia -train of execution; annexation, not by ihn consent of both parties, but by means oi superior force on the part of one aud nl the cost of dreadful bloodshed and suf-firinp- to the other. Tiic result can hard y be doubtful, ihongh the struggle may not be brief. The only notice, that we find of the Liverpool cotton market is is .a Loudon paper of the 7th, which says that the s...

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. — 17 March 1846

UL SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, 33 TUESDAY; MARCH 17,1816. V. B. VALUER C7- of rMIiTeIihia at his Jtml Folate and Coal Office, U our authorized A'rtnl fr obtaining Advert demerits and Sub Kn'ptionfot the HEI-AbU'' aa.l is clothed with full power to rerript for any monies paid to him on these ol'jec-t. Hi a?ency include the following cities, viz: Philadelphia, New Yrirk, Baltimore and Boston, and his offices in tlitse'fcvrrnl places nre located as follows: phlladelpluaNo, 59 Pine Street. NrvYork No. 1G Aassaa " Jittltiinore S, C, Crncr of Ba!t-& Cal ct Bimton No 15 State st. Township Elections. We are requested by the Clerk to-the County Commissioners to state for the information of election officers, that the township elections will be held on Friday the20l!t inst. and not on the 21st, as would appear from some of. the blank e leetion papers. Those interested will therefore note ' this fact, and correct the date on their return and tally papers ac cordingly. EtSAttention is invite...

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. — 17 March 1846

TERMS Of THE HERALD, Tin paper i piUMied every Tuesday, t t per 8n nam, paytMe half-yearly in advance. If not paid within Ui year, $2,50 will invaria- My be charged. No inscription takeB for less chan ix months hot can a almcril r discontinue nlcss at theaplion f Ike 'lor nCiUrreirtgestre paij otf. AnrtrTiuT will xs inserted at ft per quarts, fr Uie first three insertion, itid 25 cent for every tubsequftit insertion: longer ones in prnpertian. ArrtKTir.Ear inserted in tie HcraM end republican, three lio.e, at 1 per fiuare and 60 cents for cry other insertion. ?C 23nf0flot'o lament. Oh, would I had a girl to love, To share those happy hours My Miss to crown, while she would prove, The fairest of life's flowers; JVo more I'd crave, if this light heart A womant8 worth might know; And pure affection's prircelcs3 gem The light of love would show. I'm weary of a single life, Though all its joys nre mine, There's scarce a pleasure now possessed, But mfeht be made divine. If I could claim a...

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. — 24 March 1846

3 tfv If 2 TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IX, ADVANCE.5 ACID FARMERS' : Af3D ir:EGSIAniGS BEGISTEO. CIF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR, I $3 60 WILL Pff CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JO NATHAN It O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESD AIT, , r2 AHCH 24, 1846, Vol. 4,No, 19. 1) iAIH S)'IHJ UlU I WHIG STATE CONVENTION Wednesday, March 11, 1816. . 12 o'clock, M. The Whig State Convention to nomi nate a candidate for Canal Commission er met in the Court House in llarrisburg, on Wednesday the 11th of March,' 1816. At 12 o'clockM. - J. R. Edie, of Somerset rose and nom inated H. Jones Brooks of Delaware as President Tor the temporary organization of the convention; and.'fho. E. Frank lin of Lancaster, at the same time nom inated George N. Eckert of Schuyl kill as President. A difficulty being likely to arise out of this double nomination, it was sugges ted that both the nominees withdraw; and Jas. T. Hale of Centre nominated Geo. I)arsie of Allegheny as President...

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. — 24 March 1846

circulating medium,- Provided oho, That the Siid company shall not construct or Jse " to be constructed any lateral railroad having for its object a connexion with the Ohio river below the city oi Pittsburgh, nor connect with railroad which shall conneci u iih the Ohio river above the month of the Great Kenawha, whhriit the consent of Pennsylvania. Sc.-iio.v3. That full right and privil ege is hereby reserved to this couuuon woJtii iO the Franklin Railroad company or' &ny company or companies which now arc or mar hereafter be incorporated Lv "the legislature of this commonwealth to connect with and intejsert the said railroad by any other railroad or railroads OMial or canals, or other works, at any pointer points cither in the said common wealth or in the states of Maryland or Virginia, and the acceptance of this act by the said Baltimore and Ohio Railroad cDaipmyhall be deemed and taken as the as.-cn" of the a M company to such connection and n'.erscction. Provided That that t...

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. — 24 March 1846

SOMERSET;- HERALD. Sonurffct,. $?. Tuesday; 'Siarcii mi, lss. r. B'. PALMER 'Erq. fit Phib-W!iia at his foal T&ate and CiulOjSce. authorized ylr-trj f.r chtsinins AJtfriixmmh and Sub teipl'gntn the -HESALD- and is clothed wkh fuB power to f'pt frr. any monies paid to him on these object. Hw a-ency includes the following, .cities, .viz: Philadelphia, Aew York, Baltimore and Boston, and his offices' in the" rfvrral places are located as fullows: 'pft;fa'phiaXo.b9 Pine .Street. Ao. 1 6 Aassau : " fa&t'moreS, K. C )facr of Bait-it Cal st jsfon Ab 16 Slate st. FOX CANAL .COMMISSIONER.. J A 31 E S 31. POWER, OF MERCFR. COUNTY. ' 1 Errata. In the communication of Sen ex" las-t week., in '2d paragraph the word "through" at as omitted; in 5th par agraph; "equal in distant" should have read "equT-distanl." V Railioal Rill. Tlie Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bill, as 'passed by the Senate, M ill be found on" the first and second pages of this day's paper. ' Canal Commissioner. Bv.the pro...

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. — 24 March 1846

TERMS Of THE HERALD, Tut paper U published evfcry Toeedsy, t fppr an nam, payable half-yearly in advance. If not paid within tho year, 52,50 wilLinvaria . My be eharged. Xo subscription take for Im than six montha nor can a subscriber discontinue unless at tb option of the editor, until arrearagctare jaiJofll 'Anvimtixr.itT will be inserted at fl per " square, for tbe first three insertion, ami 2r j eent for every subsequent inaertion: lunger oneato proportion. A&TtRTtarxKDT inertcJin tae HeralJ and Republican, tkcee time, at 2 per square and SO cent for every other insertion. "MOVE'S EJIBIXMS. I0TC8 meeiest emblems are the flowers, . The blushing flowers of Spring Then bring me, dear to charm my hours, Sweet leaves and blossoms bring. I ask not gems of costly toys Their brightest ray is cold; And ours are simpler, purer joys. Than can he won by gold. The gems endure, the ros rs fade. Yet something in the heart Still tells that Love is best portrayed By Nature not by Art The daw...

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. — 31 March 1846

JJl TWO DOLT.AKS PER ANNUM, " HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. 5 AND FARPJIEIIS ACID MECHANICS' REGISTER. CIF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR. I $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J OiTHiN R O W ,SOJMERSET, S&JIEttSET COUNTY, PA. yjcw Scries. TUESDAY MARCH 3i; 1846, Vol. 4. No. 20. Cfjc fltgtjt of Zhm. ; Faithfully flow, thou falling river, . Like a dream that dies away; - ' . Down the ocean gliding ever, " Keep thy calm, unruffled way! Time with suck a silent motion, Floats along on wings of air, To eternity's dark ocean, Burying all its treasures there. Roses bloom and then they wither; Checks are bright, then fade and die, Shapes of light are wafted hither, Then like visions hurry by; Quick as clouds at even driven O'er the inanv-colorcd west; Years are bearing us to Heaven, Home of happiness and rest. vi. r 1 . 29th Congress 1st Session. A rEXCTL SKETCII FROM THE Correspondence of the Tribune. w ashixgtox, March 13, 184C. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. The day is gloomy witho...

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 March 1846

Wre ever Jitrlit;" here the "pone mid the "johnv cake" would give grace to the tea cquippagc of the poor woman, while her children would grow ruddy and plump upon hasty-pudding and milk. lUsty-pudding! Oh. haw I bltuh. To hrar ihe Pcnsisylvaiiian rati it mush." vr,H fP,tW :Hlt T2 PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE. F&idat, March 20, 164 G. - IN SENATE. Ths Speaker presented a communica tion from John Thompson, and others, relative to the Judges of the Courts of Philadelphia. PETITIONS AND REMONSTRAN CES. Mr. G'illis, one lor the new county of Mahc'ftr. ' Mr. Morrison, presented a petition far the incorporation of a company lo con struct a turnpike roadlronv a certain point in Huntingdon county, to a certain point in Centre county; also, for a law autnori z:ngthe school directors cf Huntingdon a a 1 . r rouHi,w levy suioi ov cents onev cry pupil tv.ight in the public schools al o, for authority to the sehoal tli rectors of Shirty township, to draw a backstandiag portion of the school appro...

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. — 31 March 1846

SOMERSET HERALD, .omrttftt, TUESDAY, MARCH 31,1840. r P. PALZIER of ruhU i:cal EM and Coo! .ur j iinii - . , r'r'j'nt f,ir the I tIKi. 1 Slid II Alica j . I .., rfveii.l iOT any lUOMICS D to him ou these oljecu. llw onct inc!ad the following cilk. Tre-Phi.adii, lSew Yo-k Baltimore wjBost,,n and hi otiieee m lll0'acvcra! pkc are ,,,r:,f?i3 as fHw pa:,,a--v. 59 1,iue 5:rott jial'i'-iortS, E C jrnor of Dalt-i Cal st -BostonSo 16 &1atr st. FOU CANAL COMMISSIONER. JA3IES M. POWER, OF MERCER COUNTY. Appointments. Hon. Geo. Chorpcnning and Hon. John McCarty, have been re-appointed by the Governor, Associate Judges of the several Courts of Somerset county. IXoti. Andrew Sleirnrf. Oa the first page will be found an ac count of an interesting scene which oc curred in Congress several weeks since, and in which our Representative, Mr. Stewart, was a somewhat conspicuous actor. A correspondent of the Pennsyl vania Telegraph also speaks highly of Mr. Stewart's speech on that occasion, lie say...

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. — 31 March 1846

.OY THE HERALD, ,-! puhliti'ied every TeT, 2 ..num. payable kslf-yearly in advance. .,nat piid within th. year, $3,50 will iJrU lly be charged. No jikserir.ii" take, f-r ft1un.ix month, nor can a sabsrril.er coatinue unless at tfaeo.-tion of tl eJit.r.unUl arrearages paiJo.H ADVtrri"" will incrtei t Jl per equirc. f-r iU fit three insertion, arid 25 cent for every uWieut iitscclion: longer onesin proportion. . . AFrRTisuMKT inserted in the HeraU nnd Republican, latee lin,rs, al 2 per square and - 50 cent Ux wy tler insertion. From Juveiiib Scrap BookS gonna CfiouoD Tell us then child of sweetness, What are young thoughts to thee? Are they not in ilicir fleelncss, Like sunbeams on the lea 2 Are they not Tike the flowers. Thou gatherest in thy play, Where the sparkling fountain pours Its melody all day! Are they not like the "blending, Of odor and of bloom, When Spring's young buds arc sending Abroad their soft perfume! Arc they not like the shadows Oi clouds that quickly go, Across t...

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 April 1846

mm I Si w mm TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM, 7 HALF-YEARLY Hi ADVANCE. 5 and FAnivisas' - 'and MEGHAHIGS' hesister. IF NOT PAID WITHIN TnE TEAR. ti 50 WILL BE CHARGED. If 1 i 1 It I i 2 PRINTED .AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN, R O.W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. Kcvtr Series. TUBSDA3T, APIRL 14, 1846, Vol. 4.-No.22. prinrct'a itioorol Print on my lip another kiss - The picture of thy glowing passion; Nay, this won't do, nor this nor this But now aye, that's a proof impression. The dear one continues ' But methinks it might be mended, 0! yet, I see it in those eyes; Our lips again together blended, "Will make the impression a revise. ItE.IIAHKS OF Ml 1FEBSTE0, la the r. States Senate, March :io, is a;. THE OREGON QUESTION. ' The following resolution, offered some days ago by Mr. J. M. Clayton, com ing up, in its order, viz: "Resolved, That the President of the United States le requested to communi cate to the Senate copies of any corres pondence that may have taken place be tween the auth...

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. — 14 April 1846

20 III tOMifrrM 1M t siuii. Coszr.RPONDCxcs or the Cumberland Civilian. Washington-, April 4, 1816. Mr. MeDuffie, occupied the Senate to day, with a speech on Oregon, worthy of hi? palmiest dry. He was lacking in ; nothing -at physical power the intellec- j lual lamp burnc-J zs brightly as in those dr.rs. when he was the eloquent and able j defender ol the great principles, uPon i which the Whig pir:y is erected, anu a white he proclaimed the found and con servative doctrines, which he holds on this momentous question. 1 for a moment thought, he had returned to the faith from which he had so long strayed. He toid, one leading can 52 for the ?s rumed popularity of the ultra claim in Oregon, was that the friends of compro mise, na the Dcir.ccra.ic Mt'e of ll c Chamber, had refused to discuss the title j fully and frankly. The people, there- fori", had but one view of the picture and that, a moU exaggerated and highly col ored one. Under these circumstances he prr.Tviscd lo review, the...

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. — 14 April 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. omelet, . TUESDAY, APRIL U, 1646 V. B. PALMER E--7-' f rhib-Mpaia at his Ktcl MaHanlCod Vjitr, U our authored Jtrmi ebtiinins Adcerttemen, and Sab Jriptknlor the 'HERALD a:,d i clothrJ wkafatt r Is receipt any monies paid lobimon theee oljecU ' Ha aory lacluJet the Mlwinj :. va:-Pbi aJelphu Icv York,Bt!u.Tiiwe"iBort0n 1,J his o!?ices 13 tic&McTlp'lc? ore locatoj as follow-: Philvietphia-' -Vo, 53 i'ine Street. flj2uKirf$- C C.iraer of Bah-oi. Cu! .t EM So 16 State fct. TOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES M. POWER, OF MERCER COf.NTV. THE OREHOX Ql'ELSTIOX. The Oregon question is tiil under dis- j cursion in the Senate, and no one can tell I addition to the election of Member of the how it will terminate. It is somewhat legislature. Commissioner and Auditor' remarkable that, with a majority of pc- which sre elected every year, we shall laical frkuds in' holla Houses of Con- 1 this vear elect a Sherifl and Member of press, Mr. Polk should bo uusble to bring : Congress, a...

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. — 14 April 1846

TFEM3 or THE HERALD, Tats paper U palKibd wy Tdj, jf tanom, pajaMs fcalf-yearly in a'tsiw. If it paid witU tb. year, $J,W will invaria bly bs char j ed. - No sabscrip.io Lkf.brleMib" month ssWriSer diotine nls at tin p(iM lh 'lr' BBtil "eangwar. AwTirmiwtfTt "ill U Insert! at $1 per square, for tha first three insertion, and 25 nt for srery subsequent insertion: lonjer rc in proportion. AarttTtir.aaaTi tamteJin t Herald and Kepoblican, tares times, at t per square and SO esols for svsrjothsr interticn. pririfjinic. BY CHARLES T. HOFFMAH. Thou wak'st again, on Earth, From winter's sleep! Bursting with voice of mirth From icy keep; And laughing at the Sun, "Who hath her freedom won, Thy waters leap! Thou wak'st again, oh Earth! . Frcahly again, . And who by fireside hearth Will now remain? Come on the rosy hours Come on thv buds and flowers 0 As when in Eden's bowers : Spring first did reign. Birds on thy breezes chima , Blithe as in that matin time, Their choiring begun: , Earth, mou...

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. — 21 April 1846

5 9 mm AND FARMERS' AMD;' KECIlAf JIGS' RESiSTER. cir NOT PAID WITHIN THE TEAS. I 52 50 WILL BE CHAKUED. TWO DOLLARS PER AN? IIALF-YEARLT IX ADVA.CL.3 FRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN BOW.,: SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. i r i r 'I i I 111 I Hew Series. XOit at a ?mcf). A country girl cm morning went To market with a Pig; The little cur-tail not content. Squeaked out a merry jig. A gentleman, on passing by. Laughed much ami jeering spoke: 'I wonder, Miss, your child will cry. When wrapped up'in a cloak." "Why. Sir," quite pert die girl replies, bad a breeding has he, . That ever and anon he cries Whene'er he skes ins Daddt!" J ousrc00fonal. SPEECH OF THE HON. A. STEWART, Of Pennsylvania. On Internal Improvements and tlie Tariff. Delivered in the II. of Representatives oftlie Cni ; ted States, Marca 11, IS4G. Mn. Stewast. of Pennsylvania, said, he had not intended to address the com mittee on the subject now r. ne'er debate, but some of the remarks of the gentleman from Virg...

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. — 21 April 1846

from ths bosora of Pennsylvania stabbed Us to the heart.- ' - Resolved, ThtH the Councils of Pitts "burgh and Allegheny city bc-requested to Bppoku forthwith, "Committees resident in those, cities end along the proposed roate of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, . whose duty it shall be to obtain from the -owners of tends releases of the right-of wsrrmd tender the ?-imi to the Daltimore end Ohio Railroad Company, Resolved, That in the event of a re fusal on lhc part of the Legislature- of Pennsylvania, to gr3nt a Right of Way o the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Compa re through the St2te, to the city of Pitts burgh, the Representatives in Congress ' to unite their efforts for the purpose of procuring an appr?rr'av:on for the con struction of a Railroad across the Alle- gheny mountains, to unite iae watna vi tine Potomac at Cumberland with those of the Ohio at Pittsburgh, and the establish ment of the same as a Post end Militarv Tho money is paid epon the certificate of the President, ....

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 April 1846

-Somerset r.tfRAiyr : sow tract. Vz TPESli-VYiAPRlL 21t 1316 -l i?. L.VnE E7- of Phib Wh.a at b.s ItafJ Erfaei Coal Ofoe. U tlonUr the -HERALD" and clothed widi M power to ript for any monies paul to him an lh o!.jert H n?encj .nclude. York,Bnimor.nJBton. ami h:s o2T.ce. ia tW-evend places arc located at follows: 7 53 I'inc street. Blfir V15 Statist. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JA3IES M. POWER, Of MERCER COT7NTY. ICpBoth Houses of the Legislature hare agreed to adjourn to-morrow, the" 22 ad. ' ; IcyX part of Mr. Stewart speech on Internal Improvements and the Tariff, will be found on first page; the remain der will be given next week. 7-The Tribcne,' is the title of a new Whig paper ju commenced in Lan caster, by R. W. Middleton, Esq., lor merly editor of the ''Lancaster Union.' The paper presents a handsome appear ance, is conducted with ability, and is ,tTWishp.d at SI 00 per annum. i 1 - v x 4 ' RICc Regiment. -jar ' The bill for raising a regimeSt of "mounted Riflemen passed lhejTJn...

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. — 21 April 1846

- TF2fS OF THE HERALD, This FoWrh1 erer7 TBMday 12 per .nnum, payaMa half-yearly in advance. If aot paid within lb- yu. $3,50 will invaria , tlj I charged. No subscrifiion uke.. for le than six month nor can a hacriher discontinue unlwi at th o,liai of l 'J'"r' nntil "caragesar paiJoff". Af.TBrTH""" will be inserted at Jl per square, U the first three insertions and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer enesin proportion. ATtTiiRBTi Inserted in tae Herald and . Republican, three timea, at 12 per square and SO cents for evcrj ether insertion. MEXICAN XE1TS. By the means mentioned yesterday, we have bee favored with imperfect files of two Vera Cruz papers, the Indicador and the Locomotor, embracing various dates between the 8th and 19th ultimo. From these we hastily select for transla tion the articles which seem of most in terest. Nat. Intel. The Locomotor of the 18th contains the following details of the military mu tiny mentioned m our last Sax Litis Potosi. In the capita ...

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. — 28 April 1846

P - TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. 7 HALF-YEARLY" IN ADVANCE. 5 AUD FAfffllS' AMD MECHANICS' REGISTER. f IF NOT PAID WITHIN THE YEAR, I $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN RO W, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, AFXRXi 28, 1846, Vol. 4. No. 24. Hour. Love may be increased by fears, . May be fanned with sighs: Nursed by fancies, fed by doubts But without Hope it dies! As ill the far Indian isles Dies the young cocoa-tree, Unless within the pleasant shade Of the parent plant it be; , So love may spring up at first, Lighted at Beauty's eyes But Beauty is not all its life, For without Hope it dies. Con &rr00f onal. SPELXII OF THE HON. A. STEWART, Of Pennsylvania. On Internal Improvements and the Tariff, Delivered In tlie II. or Kenresenlalives or the Unl - ted State, March 14, 1846. CONCLUPED FROM LAST WEEK,' THE TARIFF AND FARMERS. I had not intended, said Mr. S., to say one word about the Tariff; but I am strongly templed to state a (act or tw...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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