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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 28 April 1846

J9ih Consrcw 11 Session. ITIPORTAA'T FROM WASHInC TO.. Pasas of Uic Oregon Rcffoln tlon Indignation or 'I'ctll coal" Allen, vino received a 'scarifying" from air. Critten den. We copy the following account of ihe proceedings in the U. S. Senate on Thursday last, on the passage ol the Or coa Resolutions, from the Baltimore A- mcrican. UMTED STATES SENATE. Washington, April 1G. The Senate met at 11 o'clock this morning, with all the vacant seats occu pied. The expectation was that an inter esting debate would be had, and that the resolutions would be disposed of in ref erence to the notice to put an end to the eonveution of 1827. The orders of the day were called for at an early hour by Mr. Archer. Mr. Crittenden rose to address the Senate on the Oregon Resolutions. Mr. C. said that he should be as brief as pos sible, and say nothing but what would re fer lo the giving or withholding the "no tice." Two countries had long conflict ing claims lo the territory in dispute to the 42dand 51...

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 April 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. omtrsct, 33a., TUESDAY, APRIL 23, 1846! r. B. PALMER of Philadelphia albis Jlial Etlatt and Cued Ojnee, u our authorised Ant f.T oMiinins Adirrtixrnunit and Suh- . . r iUPnil.T)" Still I rlofflll ftriVUfft lOT luc - j K fn nowcr to receipt for any monies paid to him on the oljecH. His a-ency incluJe the follow-in? riiie. viz. PLilaJcIphia. New Vork,Ba!tifiorf anJ Boston, auJ h? cflices in taese'wveral places are luratcJ a follows; jj!aJ'!pIn'ao.5') Pice Street. yew York So. IG Aassaa " Jbil'i'mort -S. H Crncr of Ba!l-& Cal st Burton So 15 State st. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES 31. POWEI?, OF HERCER COrXTY. WHIG COUNTY MEET 1NG. The "Whis ami Antimasons of Somer set County, and all others in favor of the TnrirTof 1842 and opposed to the Sub- J treasury and to British Manufactures, are requested to assemble in County Meet- j ing, at the Court House in Somerset, on Tuesday evening of the ensuing Court week, for the purpose of expressing their of National and Stale...

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. — 28 April 1846

Z5 ITEMS OF THE HERALD, T T Flr r"11 evw7 Tuesday, at 3 per annum, pajahle ba!f-jer!y in advance. If a.t paid within th Jar, will invaria Wr I charjeJ. flo au'wcription Ukea for l thn tx montha nor ran a aabscriher ditcnntinue on Ipsa at lk o ilion of the eJitor, until arreara;csare r JiiTmTT will be inserted at $ per qaare, for the firt three insertion, an J 25 sent' for aery subsequent insertion: longer net in proportion. AnrtRTittxntTB Inserted in tae Herald and Kf pnWiraa, tiree tithes, at SI per squaro and 60 rant for eery T.lhr inwrlion. From the DalU at. Visitor. IJIPBOMPTU. These sugar kisses are not right, They please the taste; but not the sight Let others love them as they may, To me they hare no cheering ray. For kisses give rne dewy lips, Of such my soul delighted sips, Whilst beaming eye with loving glance Their value ever doth enhance. A sugar-kiss is very sweet, To a love-kiss is a. richer treat; Then why sh "uld we buy sugar-kisses When better may be had of misses! ...

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. — 5 May 1846

TWO DOLLARS THR AXNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IX ADVANCE. 5 AEiD FARMERS1 AMD r.lEGIIANlGS1'. OEGlSTEn. CIF NOT PAID Wmil.N' TIIE YEAR, $2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. FRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, BZATT 5, 1846, Vol- 4. No. 25. bailing ong. BY J. n. MATTHEWS. Again, my lads, our vessel carves Her way with easy motion; Again we ride the merry tide To lands beyond this ocean. We leave,' perchance, a mother dear; A sister's arm, or daughter's: Fcrchance the love revealing tear -Is mingled with the waters. We leave behind each earthly home; , The friends that boyhooh found us; We break, the careless seas to roam, ' TThe dearest ties that bind us. The wind shall agitate the sea, The waves be wild and frantic, But let us trust in God, as we Float on the blue Atlantic. And as we freely dash along Among the waves that know us, Let's rouse a cheering parting song, And join in hearty chorus. PL A LEAF FROM HISTORY. - TIIE 114TTLI2 OF THE MOODK...

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. — 5 May 1846

From Willaier & Smilh'a nurojean Timrs. TWo'Gfat Victories over the feikhs. Termination of ttie "War In India. .Since the dsspatch of our paper by the "Unicorn," our advices from Bom bay inform of two more great battles hav ing been fought in India between the Bri tish and Sikhs armies, both terminating in decisive victory to ilie former. The first was under the command of Sir H. 'S:nkh', and the latter Sir Hugh Gough, which was perhaps one of the mostbloody on record. In Sir II. Smith's battle, the whole army of the enemy has been driven headlong over the difficult ford of abroad river; his 'camp, cannon, ("8 pieces,) bagae, stores, of. ammunition and of grSi his all; in fact, wrested from him by the repeated charges of cavalry and in fantry; and in that of Sir Hugh Gough's, the Sikhs lost 12,000 nten and ,6.1 pieces of artillery. . The English had 300 men killed! 13 of whom were officers, and 2, 503 wounded, of whom 101 w ere offi cers. Her Majesty's 53rd and 02nd rc- . gimeut...

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. — 5 May 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, MAY 5, 181G F. D. PALMER Esq. of Philadelphia at his Jtral Estate and Coal Ojice, is our authorized Agent for obtaining AdeertitemcnJ and Sub tZiptlontox the -HERALD and is clothed wthfiill www to rcrt-ipt far any monies paid to him on these objects. His a;enry includes the followinj rities. r.zr-Phi adclpbia. Tew York, Baltimore and Boston, and his offices in theseUwraF places are located as follows: Philadelphia So, 59 Viae Street. FewYork So- 16 iVaau " jlaUimoreS, E. Cjrner of Balt-& Ca! st Bi!onSa 16 Suw L FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES 31. POWER, OF MERCER COCXTY. WHIG COUNTY MEET ING. . The Whigs and Antimasons of Somer set County, and all others in favor of the Tariff of 1842 and opposed to the Sub treasury audio British -Manufactures, are requested to assemble in County Meet ing, at the Court House in Somerset, on Tuesday evening of the ensuing Court week, for the purpose of expressing their sentiments on these and other measures of National and...

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. — 5 May 1846

Or THE HERALD, ti rpr iB p"'11 e7 Tnesday, t f per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. " Ifoot paid within th. year, 2,50 will invaria bly be charg-eJ. IS subecripiien takea for less than sir months not ran i ebscriber discontinue unless at keptio of lk editor, until arrcaragesare peiJoflL AirtmtuT will We Inserted at fl per aqaare, for ln first three insertion, and 25 cent for every subsequent insertion: longer Bf i in proportion. ATKiTiatKiTS iaserteiin tie HeraM and floublicM, tra times, at S? per square and fcO cdu for every other insertion. ljc frorj. Of all the things thai live . . In woodland, marsh or bog, That creep the ground or fly the air, The funniest is the frog . The frog the scicntifickcst Of Nature's handy work The frop- that neither walks or runs, But goes it with a jerk. "With pants and coat of bottle green, And yellow fancy rest, He plunges into mud and mire, All in his Sunday best; When he sits dawn, he's staning up, As Paddy O'Kinn once said, And for conveni...

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. — 12 May 1846

nn 1 TWO DOLLARS PER AXNUM. HALF-YEARLY IS ADVANCE. 5 AMD FAREOS' AWD MECHANICS' REGISTER. cir not paid wrrnix the tear; i ?2 50 WILL BE CHARGED. m fTl U WIU LZJ PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY J O NAT H A N R O W , SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUBSDAIT, B2A1? 12, 1846, Vol. 4.-No. 25. Co tfjc f irot 23irDo of tfjc Spring. Ye come, ve come, bright wnrhlinrr thiri"-- J ' o o i And joy is in your song; Ye bear upon your dewy wings The Spring's first breath along. Ye herald in the happy morn, That is the birth of flowers; Ye tell that Winters chills have gone. Its snows and icy towers. Ye hide the earth in its carpet weave, In Nature's matchless loom; The wrap for many a grassy leaf, The wool from floweret's loom. . Ye bid die naked branches dress, In all their proud array, And all things don their loveliness, To welcome back the day. Ye bid the icy fetters fall From many a prisoned rill; Aud onward joyful at your call, They gambol down the hill. All nature wakes from sle...

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. — 12 May 1846

Additional A'ews Ij lie GREAT WESTERN. ' ri, rrr.-t Western Captain Mat- ?J at :ev iou half-past tea o'clock on Tuesday moru-iii-, the 28ih u'.L , Commercial matters n ear an improved jpect. A flairs are still snfiicicaily teu4 but, comparatively speAing, not 2o much as ihey.wer.-j by tha last arrival. The T&nli is suspended m uiu-air, uui , pending its fate, more advantage is being taken of t!: Tre-.sury orJsr for liberating goods lrom band on payment ol uie re duced duties.' . - Three months have nearly elapsed smce the Tariff was introduced, and the measure Miil lcrs in the Iloaseoi" Com mons. . n.r. hr-cu somewhat persons faii- T ; .,.l rinmrc 1 :' i H T i lire in JLilvuiv.'Ui, iuii- . . . r'.L.- i mm, -htiiiv Di oilier uruia ;nnjuuu. , . firm in" question, Messrs Came & Tolo, are extensive merchants in the Russian Trad. Their liabilities arc taid to zx- reed half a million of dollars. One of the joint-stock banks which suffered se riously by a large failare some six wee...

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. — 12 May 1846

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY,' MAY 12Is,rt V R TML,fE2 E?t- of P'nTi.le'phii at his Ileal EslclewlCi-JOjlcc, is our authorized Atnt Ut obtaininr Adrrrt-wnfnt and tcrtpthnfoT the "II EI? A LI) and is dothoJ with fall power lo receiptor any monies pmJ fo him on these oi.jecK His ?r nchhlcs the f:!owjr.j cities, viz: Pbi!.iJlj!j, At-w tLrrfesfv-ra juices arc locuteJ as folio v.: m ..' IJcc J, S3 riile &Irert. ):J:i::ioreS. II Corner cf Bak-i Cal st EjJo-i Ao 15 i'intr st. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. lyxiJiSi'S .. It. 0f tliiWj cr Msitczit cor.vrv. fCTWe have been requested by the Countv Treasurer to stale, that the rale of j unseated lands m Somerset countv ha? been postponed until next year the tor of a newepener in Philadelphia, to j whom a list of s Jd lands had been sent j for publication, hating failed to comply with his contract in time. C!7The rumor of a declaration of war a-rc:nst the United States bv Mexico, ! w I publislsed in a postscript last week, has not been confirmed bv lat...

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. — 12 May 1846

T2EM3 OF THE HERALD, 'i pper U rnUw&ed every Tuesday, at $2 ; . r annum, payable kalf-yearly in advance. I: aot fas J within th year, 2,50 mil in varia bly be cbtrjed. y subscription take for less chan six months Hor call a gbcriler discontinue unless at the opilo of the editor, until arrcaragesare paid olC ,-WTmaixexT will We inserted at $1 per square, for lbs first three insertions, arid 25 eenU Tor every subsequent insertion: longer nestn proportion. AbTKtTisExtBTS iBserle"in te Herald and fienuWican, tkree times, at $2 pr square and 0 cents Tor every other insertion. Tlicliiss bclilnd flic Parlor Door. BV J. WAKEFIELE. "Take all the pleasures, all those threo Can give wealth fame and wine; Still all will be the same to me, While this remains but mine; But give me this I'll nothing miss; For little needs he more Of pleasure, who can steal a kiss Behind the parlor door.' If there's much pleasure in a kiss, That ''wealth, and fame, and wine" Cannot comparcwith it, I'll make 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 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 19 May 1846

flfllifl f! mm TWO DOLLARS PER AXNUM.V HALF-YEAKLV IS ADVANCE. AND FARMERS' AND i ' MEGHANICS' REGISTER. ir not paid wrrmx titc year; 2 50 WILL BE CHANGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, THAU 19, 2855, Vol. 4. No. 27. is to lil t) gou an 55- Fortune smiled not on our sires, And Love, when we one became, All thy dower was kind desires, . All my heritage the same. Slender stock or worldly wealth For the firm of man and wife! But we both brought hope and health To our partnership for life. Add to this that wealth above All that riches men miscall; Mutual faith in wedded love, Mutual sympathy in all. Like that gem whose day dim'd spark Flames a rosy sun at night, Ever as my soul grew dirk. Thine has shed diviner light. And wherever clouds have thrown Shadows' o'er those eyes of thine, Has not then affection shone With its tenderest beam upon mine? Thu3 we promised, Love, to live, And in memory's page we read Few short-co...

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. — 19 May 1846

- i i " I! i !-: ' - j t ' i I i : " I , . ti ! i 7-oiw Ac Baltimore Sun Extra. Mat G, Seven nrloclw P. M. LATER FROM THE ARE!?. --, T-nr Ck'iP of Gex. Taylor tiLna inv'i - on the Rio COMMENCED. XJr.N. Taylor Sur- ROUNDED, AND A NCMRER OF MEN Kit- j.s .x? taken Kursoxnns. By .he M. gnetic Telegraph we have the following news from ihe army received ir Waahington by the Southern mad at 6 o'clock. The news is from the Iew Orleans p-p-rs bv the .learner Galveston armed at New Orleans on the 1 iih inst. , On Thursday, the 23J of April. 2 000 Mexicans crcss'ed the Rio Grand J. Cap ,; TT.rdp.e nd Thornton, were sent tie rninv, wncn i-jlui. ic aim "" T-ere killed, Captain Thornton missing, and Cr.ptain Hardee and 40 men taken prisoners. After night the Mexicans on ihe Texas side of the river were largely re-inforced, and they immediately sur rounded Gen. Taylcr'c cainp, cutting off nil communication with Point Isabel, at which place is the wagon train and all the stores belonging to the arm...

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. — 19 May 1846

- SOMERSET HERALD. Somcu&ct, pnt TUESDAY, MAY '19, 184G. V. Ii. PALMER Esf. of Philiitlelj.hia at his with fall power I receipt fr any ponies paid to him on these object. His o-ency includes the ftllowinj cities. vizi-jPhiladelplua, New York Ba'li!n,rea!,t""!:i,on, a,,d hi omoe in tljose'veral places are located as follows: yhilaJelphirtyti, I'ine Street. York .Vo. 16 Aasiau " fyilllmorc M Owner of Ba!t-Sc Cal st Bostcn So 10 Stole st. '' FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES M. POWER, of "Mr.i:cEH covxtv. We are requested to slate that a com munion meeting ol several days, will take place on Whitsuntide, in the Stoxe Church. Services will be conducted in German and English. Assistance is ex pected, with leave of Providence, from the Rev. Henry Heckekmax, Missiona ry of Bedford county. War xvidi Mexico! A large portion of our paper to-day is taken up with intelligence from the "seat of war," the latest of which is that sixty three of Gen. Taylor's men have been ei ther killed or taken p...

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. — 19 May 1846

TIT 2 MS OF TUG HERALD, -T.rr pajw i plshl every Tuesday, f 2 :er anuuin, piyabla half-yearly in advance. -If piiJ within ti. jsar, $2,50 will iorari. bly b charged. K. u"-teri,.'in take, for bs than sir months umn a nriVr di.ontinoe unless at tjort -.tirt of the editor, until arrcaragesare paiJ o!L AovtrTiKnTii will he inserted at 51 per square, for the firt three insertion, and 23 .At for virv snliApjuiiit insertion: longer net in proportion. Anv.RTir.MKH rs inserted in the IIra!d wnd1 ' republican, three limr. a( $2 per square and 60 rent for everv tthfr insertion. ro n flrtucr. Dawn, gentle fiowcr, From the morning earth! "We will gaze and wonder. At thy woundrous birth! Bloom, gentle flower! Lover of the light, Sci-ht by vind and shower, FoicileJ by the night. Fade, gentle flower, All the white leaves close; Having shown they beauty, Time 'tis for repose. Die, gentle flower, In the silent sun! So! all pangs are over, All thy tasks are done. Day hath no more glory. Though he soa...

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. — 26 May 1846

fipIP 1 ( Piam a P If ft ! 9 XAi TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IX ADVANCE. AND FARMERS1 AND MEGHANIGS1 RE8337EI i TF NOT PATD WITHIN TIIC YEAH, $2 53 WILL B2 ClI.RJi. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. n y New Scries. T 3i3 PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. To the Senate and House of Representatives: The existing state of the relations be tween the United States and Mexico, renders it proper that I should bring the subject to the consideration of Congress, j In my message at the commencement of : your present session, the state of these relations, the causes which led to the sus pension of diplomatic intercourse between the two countries in March 184o, and the long-continued 3nd unredressed wrongs and injuries committed by the Mexican government on the citizens of the united States in their persons and property, were briefly set forth. As the facts and opinions which were then laid before you were carefully con sidered, I cannot better express my p...

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. — 26 May 1846

N. O. Commercial Times 05k-e, ? Mav 90 o'clock, A. M. 5 SEVENTY MEN CUT TO PIECES BY A LARGE FORCE OF MEX ICANS! The schooner Mary Clare has just ar rived from Brazos Santiago, having left on the 29ih till. Capt. Griffin of the Mary Clare, and passengers repoit that Capt. Walker, with 75 men of the Tex as Rangers were nearly all killed and' ta ken prisoners on the 23 th ult., about 20 miles a'-aove Point Isabel, by a superior force of Mexican troop?, amounting to some 1500 men. Captain Walker succeeded in reaching Point Isabel at 4 o'clock P. M. on the 28th, with THREE MEN ONLY! He appealed to Major Thomas for four men, xnd announced his determination to pro ceed to Gen. Taylor's Camp, or DIE IN THE ATTEMPT! his object being to communicate the full particulars of this .attack, without delay, to his commanding officer. From the N. O. Bulletin, Extra. By the arrival of the schooner Ellen & Clara, Captain Griffin, from the Bra zos St. Iago, accounts from Point Isabel to the morning...

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. — 26 May 1846

SOMSitSST HERALD. Somerset, 3?i., TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1816. r B PALVKR Eq. of Philadelphia at his J?Mf our authorized Mmt f,r obtaining Adcrlicmcnls and Su for the HERALD and u clothed triihfnn power to receipt for any monies paid to him on these objects. His agency includes the follow-in- cities vik Philadelphia, lew York Baltimore and Boston, and his officea 1:1 these several places ore located as follo ws: ' rhiladtlphiaXo, 59 Pine Street. SewYurk-So. 16 Aassaa Baltimore E, Corner of Ba't-oc Cal st Boston So 1 5 .Slate st. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER. JAMES Mm POWER, OF MERCER COIWTV. We are requested to state that a com munion meeting of several days, will take place on "Whitsuntide, in the Stoxe Church. Services will be conducted in German and English. Assistance is ex pected, with leave of Providence, from lie Rev. Henry IIeckermax, Missiona y of Bedford county. 11 1 ii CannI Commissioner. The Office cf Canal Commissioner has got to be one of the most important offi ces in the Commonw...

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. — 26 May 1846

T7CM9-0F TIIS HESALD, Tra paper It pehneil every Taetday, per aanum, paj&bhj kilf-jearlr in advance. Umoi paid within tfe. yer, $2,30 will iavarhv Mv l charged. No .aWrtpiion take fw h" ix mAf1,,, ! rtr ftJ a Bl4( ri:T dUrrtminue unless at . Ueoiia fiBe cJilor, until arrearages j Airzmr.'TT will ba inserted at ft per eqoarc, for lie fir.t three insertions, and 25 . eeat for every subsequent insertion: longer eeat tor every subsequent eis in proportion. ' AiTRTir.MKBT inserted in the HeraJJ and Jten.uhlican, tUree limes, at $3 per square and . fin rent far everv vther iic-eilion. XII E BUIDC'S rAUEWELL Farewell, Mother ! tears arc streaming Down ihy tender, pallied cheek; I, in gems and roses gleaminj, Of eternal sunshine dreaming. Scarce this sad farewell may speak; Farewell, Mother ! now I leave thee, And thy love unspeakable One to cherish, who may grieve me One to trust, who may deceive me; Farewell, Mother, fare the well. Farewell, Father ! thou art smiling, Yet there's sadn...

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. — 2 June 1846

flffPil 111 TWO PER ANNUM,? HALF-YEARLY IN ADVANCE. $ AHB FARMERS' AND K1EGHANIGS1 RE01STEB. C IF NOT PAID WITHIN TITE YEAR f j 50 WILL DE CHARGED. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. 2Tew Series. TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 2846, Vol. 4. No, 29. From the Baltimore Patriot. I Could not say Farewell. BY S. El BROWN. 0, who can say, Farewell ! When the heart is on the tongue ! .'Tis sadder than the funeral knell, O'er joys departed rung. I left thee in thy bloom, With what anguish who can tell, I tore my heart away from thine, But could not say Farewell ! I marked the smile upon thy lip, I felt its magic spell I knew it only mask'd thy grief, And could not sav farewell ! I saw the tear drop in thine eye, And kissed it ere it fell I pressed thy velvet hand in mine, But could not say farewell ! GEN. WINFIELD SCOTT A Glance at Ills IJfc. Since the appointment of Gen. Scott to the command of the army against Mexico, a peculiar interest seems to be taken in al...

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