The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. (Somerset, Pa.) 183?-1852, December 23, 1845, Image 4
TEEMS OF THE HERALD, Tmh paper is published every Tuesday, at ft ' per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. Knot paid wiihia thu year, 52,50 will invaria bly be chargt-J. No inscription ukNiftr months nor rati a jWiI-r dicniinue unless at thaoj.iioy of the editor, until arrearage-fare paid oCT. Anvrrrnr.Mr.KTS wilt be inserted at fl iot t juare. for the !ir throe iowrtioiiis and 23 cent for every uWcjaeut insertion: longer ones hi proportion. ADfCRTiscmturs inserted in the Herald and Republican, three times, at f 2 per sciuare and 60 cenu for every other insertion. HZijp jtfotfjfr, 23on. TtY Mr."1. SICOl'KNEY. "Who, when thine infunt life was young, Delighted, o'er thy cradle hung, "With pity soothed each childish moan, And made thy Utile griefs licr own ? Who sleepless watched in hours of pain, Nor smiled till thou wert well again ! "Who sorrowed from thy sight to part, And bore thee, absent, on her heart! Thy mother, hoy ! How canst thou pay Her tender cire by night tuid day ! Who joined thy sports with cheerful air, And joyed to sec thee strong and fair? "Who, with fond pride, to guest and friend. "Would still the darling child commend ? Whose tears in secret, flowed like rain, If sin or woe thy life did stain ! And who with prayer's unceasing sigh, Besought for thee a home on high ? Thy mother, boy ! How canst thou pay Her tireless lore by night and day ! Hear on thy brow the lofiy smile Of upright duty, free from guile ; "With earn est diligence restrain The word, the look, that gives her pain; If weary toil her path invade, Come fond and fearless to her aid ; "Nerve the young arm her steps to guide ; If fades her check, be near her side ; And by a life of goodness pay Her care and love, by night and day. On 23:infj IanfccrcD. Not all they say or do ran make My head, or tooth, or finger ache, Nor mar my shape, nor scar my face, Nor put one feature out of place : Nor will ten thousand, thousand lies, Make me less virtuous, learned or wise; The most effectual way to baulk Their malice, is to let them talk. From th Cultivator. A "ITarm Ked for IMs. To the Editors : I very well remem ber a saying of an old gentleman, an ex cellent fanner that if you would make a hog profitable, you should not let him see a winter; and 1 think I have satsfud my self, that spring pigs well kept and nurs ed, are far less expensive, and yield more in return for their keeping than those which are fifteen or eighteen months old. But there is one thing quite certain; if we prefer our store hogs to come in the fall, we ought to be careful to keep them through our long cold winters both warm and dry. Every observant farmer knows that if his cattle are not sheltered from the cold weather and storm, they will re quire more food to keep them in tolerable order, than if they are kept warm and comfortable. Just so it is with pigs if they arc suffered to run over your premi ses in the snow and sleet, with their legs enrtn! e vttA ic l-f mil rC i rrrVil or 1UW 0ilUUk A ltA Vials till J U LVOlVi 1 Mfl P . . , . , . ; , 'tpiiii. subscribers, agents and atlor witlKmt a warm and dry bed of clean J ne.g fr A (, UoIe offer for M,e straw to resort to when they choose, they i 0n advantageous terms, th f.. Unwind iIp. "will not only, in rdl probability come out xvith the xaxge in the spring, but in every p-unt they will convince you that all the food fhey tve devoured, has been thrown away; for shoats that have a cold, damp, comfortless heel, will get mangy, and mangy pigs cannot grow. Let any one vho "ha3 a mind to try the experiment, take two pigs of one litter, suUer the one Hq run as above, and let (lie other he hous ed, and well fed, and it will be found that he superior growth of the latter will pay. Tor the care bestowal upon him, with good interest Hogs that are confined, and cannot get to the earth, will freqntly 1)C benefited by having a little charcoal, rofl brickbats, or soft wood thrown into ihem, and a trifling quantity of brimstone mixed in their food occasionally is an ex cellent tiling. The hojj hrus ihe credit W bcinir a dirtv fellow but we should re member - that lie likes to be dirty in his )wn way, and for his own pleasure; he neither prefers to live cold, nor in Hhh stilllcss does lie choose to be half fed. Doctor Franklin's man snid the hog was the only gentleman in England, because he alone was exonerated from labor. 1 f ; tills "be so, sorely he ought to be well fed and housed in America. I entirely be lieve that the same amount f food that will barely carry a pig through the winter with "bad management will, with good, nnincnt trMtmnt Itir ln'm T(nrinp and in the spring you have something to build niontown. Pa., who will give :very in upon, that will by and tv make you a so-, formation desired, crHicefning said pro led porker, who via do credit to vour periy. I10WEL & OLIPHANT, tye. t--'r ESSEX. . . Attorneys of A G Coje, of Bait. Newark, JTcw Jersey. Fresh Groceries. 1 X BAGS Prime IilO COFFEE; J 2 bids MOLASSES; Loaf Sugar; Teas; Mackeral, fcc; receiv ed and for sale by . de!6 J J it II F SHllELU ST AVING returned to the practice of ', the law, lenders his professional services :o his uld clients and the public generally. . . . Office" in Nnh er d of Snyder's row, lately occupied by A. J. Ogle, Esq. declG '45-3m WW!!! A CCOKD1NG t a la'e Law, unless the Slate imx due from the several counties be p:iid into the Slate Treasury bv the 1st of January I8IG, five percent interest is to be added to the amount. The collectors of Somerset county must therefore pav up immediately or costs will be made." F. W L'l.M ER, JNO. U. KINO. PETEli UEUKEY, dec2,'15 " Commissioners. Frivalc Sale. . A Valuable tract of in Turkeyfoot tp. PTpUIERE is offered at private sale be jj tween this and the 1st d y of Jan uary next, (after which time il will be rented if not sold.) a valuable tract of land, situate in Turkey font township, ud joinins binds f Michael Sinner, I,auh I h McNeil and others, beinjr the proper ty of Richard Wistar of Philadelphia, the same tract whereon Alexander Cun ningham now lives. The said tract con tains about 274 A C R K S, . thiny-five or forty acres Of which are clear with a small HOUSE and CABIN DARN thereon erected. Tide indisputable possessions given on I lie first day of April next. Terms cash or one third in hand and the balance in yearly payments with interest ROSS FORWARD, Attorney deHfi'45 for Richard Wistar. 5-0-0-0 A-CK-E-S m wmmM lakd FOR S A L E . 5 ZIl E subscriber will offer at public H sale, at the house of George Par ker in Jennerville, on Saturday the 27th day of December, 1313, the ptemises and site of Jackson Furnace, together with about 5000 ACRES CF LAND RICH IN Bituminous ConlfyJnnestone well supplied with water power and tim ber for several furnaces, &c., situate in Jenncr . tmvnsip. Somerset county, Pa., adjoitiing a good settlement of farmers, connected by a good turnpike road with the Pennsylvania Canal at Johnstown, and the Sto) stown and Greensburg turn pike passing through these lands, being p irt of tlie estate of the lute Charles O gle, ijeceased. This property will be well worth the attention of those who may wish to se cure mineral lands. A draft of these lamia can be seen at the house of 3Ir. George Parker, in Jen nerville. Further informction can he had by ad dressing a letter to the subscriber, resi ding in Somerset. Semerset county. Pa. : EMILY OG I.E. Actiiiff Exrcu- Jec2'45 trix of C. Ogle, dee'd. Meal Estate FOll SALE. scribed real estate, to wit That well kno,. TAVKItIV STANS AlW FARM, late ihe property of Jacob Probasco and John Baker, Esq, on the Xutionnl Hod in Henry Clay township, Fayette coun ty. Pa. and one mile m est of the village ol SomerticU in Somerset county, to getber with the appurtenances thereunto belonging. This property consists of almiit one hundred ami fifty-three acres of land, a greater portion "of which is cleared and under cultivation and in mea dow. The buildings consist of a lanre and convenient I) 1VELLIXG HOUSE, ; partly stone and partly frame, commodi ous stabling and oilier mil-buddings. J Tins location of ibis property being ore mile from the totvti of Somerfield, abounding in wood and Slone coaf; hz ving a 'Saw Mill and Grisl Mill adjacent thereto and plenty of -rater remaining through the land, renders it an important and valuable situation for any kind of bu siness. The premises have been for a long time occupied as a Tavern Stand. The stand is admirably adapted for the acromnrodaion of all kinds of Droves. ; Persons desirous of purchasing the property, are requested to call on Josh- i o II Ilmrel inl P 1 ' rilinttoit f If! 1mm pill n ft "i .BUI ju'22 45-if . Blank Deeds, r L.U J ot Ulmk Deeds ol a superior quan ty.jost printed and now for sale AT THIS UtriGZ Brown Muslins, &c. -f fCf YDS, "Brown Muslins; lUUU Cotton Yarn; Cotton Laps, Wadding, and the best Candle Wick, for sale at the dcclG THREE BIG DOORS, In the Court of Common Fleas of Somerset County, of September Term, 1845j Xo. 128. N the matter of the application of "the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Samuels,'' in Somerset township, Somer set county, Pennsylvania, for a charier of incorporation. xXttJ AND now to wit, 8th Decem ber, 1845. The petition of '-1 the members of "the Evan 'SvM? gelical Lutheran Church of 'n. Samuels" in Somerset town ship, Somerset county, Pennsylvania, was presented to the Court praying far a Charter of Incorporation, and the court having perused and examined the peti tion, and the articles and conditions there in set forth and contained, appearing to be lawful and not injurious to the com munity, orcr the instrument to be filed, and publication to be madeTin one news paper printed in Somerset county, for 3 weeks thai the application has been ma le. By the court, d eclC'45 A. J. OGLE, Prot'y In the Court of Common Fleas of Somerset County, of September Term, 1845, So. 129. N the matter of ihe application of "the j Evangelical Lutheran Church'' of Sotnerset, Somerset county, Pennsylva nia, for a Charter of Incorporation. AND now t wit, 8.h Decern .YfV ber, 184. The petition nf -A4?Jr' tnc members ef ihe aforesaid Ch'Krh. was presented to ''mx the court praying for a Char ter of Incorporation; and the court hav ing perused and examined the petition, and the articles and conditions therein set forth and contained, appearing to be law ful and not injurious to ihe community, order the instrument to be filed and pub lication to be made in one newspaper printed in Somerset county, for three weeks, that the application has been made. - By the court, dec! 6 '45 A. J. OGLE, Prot'y. In the Corrt of Common Fleas of Somerset Comity, of September Term, 1845, Xo. 130. 7T.N lha matter of the application of Q 'Christs Evangelical Lutheran Church" in Somerset township, Somer set county. Peansvlvania for a Charter of Incorporation. AND now to wit, December 4f? 8;hf 1915. The petition of ;f,VV4t Oae members of the aforesaid church was presented to the ''mx Court praying for a Charter of Incorporation; and the Court having perused and examined the petition, and the articles and conditions therein set forth and contained, appearing to be law ful and not injurious lo the community, order the instrument to be filed and pub lication to be made in one newspaper printed in Somerset county, for three weeks that the application has been made. Bv the coi rt. dee!8 '45 A. J. OGLE. Prot'y. Fcnnsyfoa n id Telegraph. LEGISLATIVE REPORTS. - The session fif ihe Legislaturt which is just h hand, we have reason lo believe will be one that will exeite much interest amongst the people of the Common wealth, and induce a desire to obtain ac curate reports of it proceedings through a paper published at the seatol Govern ment, - We have engaged intelligent and com petent Reporters for ihe Senate and House of Representatives, ami shall pub lish in the Telegraph full and impartial reports of the same to the latest hours of publication, and send to subscribers at the rates specified below. We shall also be enabled to give the latest Congressional Intel'igence, with the Political news at Washington, hav ing engaged intelligent and experienced correspondents at Washington City, fr that purpose. SEMI-WEEKLY TELEGRAPH. The Telegraph wtll be published Semi-weekly, at $2 for the session, or $3 for the whole year. SIX copies of the paper will be sent to one officeor glO during ihe session, or for $15 the year, to be paid in ad vance. "VVEEKLY TELEGRAPH. The Telegraph will be sent to subscri bers once a week at $2 per annum and will contain Literary, as well as General, Legislative and Congressional news. CHEAP SESSION TELEGRAPH. For the purpose of placing the procee dings of the legislature within the reach of every one, we have made arrange ments to issue the I clrgranh once a week at the low price of ONE DOL LAR for the session, in all cases to be in advance.' The weekly session Tele graph will be made up of the Legislative, Congressional nd General News that appear in th semi-weekly paper, and will be issurd from the press every Mon day morning, tCT Persons procuring five subscribers and forwarding $5, shall receive a copy for their trouble, TIIEO FENN Harriaburg, Nov, 2?, 1845, - - . " RE SIB EXT B E X TI S T, -. AdwULvX Via A Owa REFERENCES. Hon, J, S, Black, Ok, J, McCrery, Hon. A, Thompson. Dr, N, VV. Rr k Office at Ankeny's Hotel. mO'45-tf r-? & . S3 THREE BIG DOOUS. wab with mmm has not yet commenced, and we arc still sel ling goods at the above stand at very reduced prices. "SngE nave received 'this day' from y V Philadelphia, Baltimore and Pittsburg, a variety of consisting in pari ol CLOTHS of various qualities and colors. C A SSI MERES do do do SATTINETTS do do do JEANS - do do do LADIES GOODS such as Romelia stripe, Polka Cashmere, Cashmere De Cose, Afghan Satin, plain, figured and changeable Alpachas, Mousliu de Laines, &c, &c, &c. In selling loots and shoes, , We promise to beat ihe Jews. J1LSO, oh hand a choice lot of Gro ceries, Hardware and Queensware; all ol which we shall endeavor to sell on such terms, as to .induce a generous public lo givs us a liberal support. . Don't forget the place, remember the I hree Big Doors. sepiSO I J it II F SCII ELL. Ilu rra ! ! 11 u rra ! ! ! II u rra ! ! ! ! Dont be tlarmed iVo new Firm. The same old Coon: ZACHJinUII SIBERT, TT3 ESPEOTFULLY informs his old aja,' customers and the public in gener 3l, that he still carries on the TAILOHI1TG business in all its various branches, one door east of John L Snyder's store and immediately opposite the "Three Big Doors," where he is prepared to do all manner of work in his line of business, in ihe neatest and most durable manner. on short notice and as cheap as an' tailor in the county; His work shall not be surpassed by any eastern, western or elsewhere; All his woik shall fit neatly or the cloth be returned. oct23 3in STONE CUTTING B U S IjYE S S. Fin HE snbscriberrespectfully informs 2 his friends and the public in gen eral, that he carries on the Stone .Cutting Business in all its various branches, at his shop on main street, 2 doors east ol ueorge Piles tavern, and nearly opposite the drugstore of John L. Snyder. TOMB STONES, made at the shoJtest notice, and on the most reasonable terms, and in a manner that will render them superior to ?," other manufactured hi this section oflht countri.' Grind stones of an excellent quality, always kept on hand. Country produce taken in exchange for work, "at Market Prices. BENJAMIN WOOLLEY. Somerset, Pa., March 5, 1845 ly. S Saddling and SAMUEL. P SKYDEB, ES P ECTF U L LY informs his 0, friends and the public in general, that he continues to carry on the . Saddling and Harness-Ma-, king business, at his shop on Main Cross street, north of Parker & Ankeny's store, where he will constantly keep on hand, or make to order, MENS1 AND If'OMENS' SADDLES, Jilt IDLES, IIAIl ATS S, COLJ.AJiS, $-., all of which he will dispose of at very low prices, for cash or approved country produce. - Having supplied himself with excel lent materials, and being determined to do his work in a neat and substantial manner, he flatters himself to be able to : give general satisfaction to all who may favor him with their custom. 1 Somcr6tt, norll '45 "'c""' " 1 - '""y DIVIDEND. THE stockholders of the Bedford and Stoystown Turnpike Road Company, residing in Somerset county, are hereby informed, that a dividend of one per cent will be paid to them by Mr. Samuel Kimmel near Stoystown PETER SCH ELL, Trcas. dec2 '45 Stray Jieijfer. CAME to the premises of the subscri ber in Mil ford township, in Novem ber last, a BLACK 5 year old llLLttlsli, 7CiUi amtk white head; no ear marks. The owner is requested tr come for ward, prove property, pay charges, and take her away or she will be disposed of as ihe law directs. - de rl645 DAVID PHILIPPE "FASHIONABLE- TAILORING- ripiHE subscriber informs his friends M ; and the public generally, thut he continue? to carry on the SnHovfng 23UJ9C tittftf, at his old stand, nearly opposite Mr. Ankeny's Hotel in the" borough of Som erset, where he is prepared to execute work at short notice. He has made arrangements to re ceive the New York and Philadelphia Fashions regularly, and is. therefore, prepared to do all work in his line of business, at as cheap a rate as it can be done at any other establishment of the kind in the county-, and in the neatest and most fash ionable style. He will warrant his work to be made in a neat and durable mai ner, and if it does no fit, he will replare the cloth, so that persoKs entrusting work lo his care need not be afraid of loosing anything. His work for neatness shall not be excelled by any establishment west of the Alleghenies. HENRY STEWART. oct7'45-3m George L. Gordon, fTfAVlNG purchased from Mr Daniel jajL Pde, his interest in the establish ment heretofore carried on underlie firm of GorJon fc Pile, respectfully informs his friends and ihe public generally, that he continues to carry on the Chair-Making Business, in all its branches, at the old stand, oppo site Mr Kurtz's Drug store in ihe bor ough of Somerset, where he will at all times keep on hand or make lo ordfr, iW; FANCY AND SM. GRECIAN CHAIRS. and Boston rnrLinor rhuirs: 0 - , all of which he will sell very cheap for cash, or exchange for approved country produce at market prices; His work will be done in a npal and fashionable style and substantial manner; and he invites the public to give him a call before purchasing elsewhere. NBA good journeyman to ihe above business, - who can paint and fiish, is wanted immediately, and to whom con stant employ meut and liberal wages will be given ect21 HOTEL "a. VALSPS AT PITTSBURGH. Brs, Speer and Kuhn. nrMIE object of this establishment is lo supply a want greatly felt by re spectable travellers on our western high ways by residents, without family, ta ken sick and by patients from the sur rounding towns and country who resori lo this place for relief Irom surgical and other diseases. Such have often suffered from the want of the various comforts and attentions so necessary and agreeable to the sick, and from careless and un faithful nurses; and been subjected lo heavy and unreasonable charges. Invalids will here be provided with coustant, faithful and comfortable atten dance, snd at a rale much below the usu al charges. While the care of both physicians will be extended to every variety of disease, it is intended by Dr. Speer, to give spe cial attention to ALL SUKGICAL DISEASES, . -PAUTlCUr.ARW TO DISEASES OF THE EYE. To these branches of his profession he has given a large share of his atten ion for the last twenty-five years, and he will continue to devote to them the experience acquired by a coustant prac tice during that lime. The Hotel for Invalids is not an exper iment. Its establishment is suggested not only as necessary lo supply an evi dent want m this city, m the entire ab sence of any special provision for the sick, but is warranted also by the success nf similar institutions at Cincinnati and New Orleans the former under the care of Drs. Taliaferro, Marshall and Strader the latter under that of Dr. Stone. The" building selected for the purpose is situated at the ccrner of Federal and Robinson streets, in Allegheny city, ad joining the city of Pittsburgh. - It is commodious and roomy, and furnished with all accommodations necessary for the sick. Applications for admission to be made to the subscribers, at their office on Penn street, Pittsburgh, or at the establishment. CjNo coutagious diseases will be ad mined. J. R. SPEER, M. D. J. S. KUHN, M. D. February 25, 1815. - titions, juu printed and - forsnUv AT THIS OVFICK JVanis 2,0 0 0 , bushels j . PLA.SSBED. E' WISH to purchase two thousand 'bushels of merchantable llaxseeJ, delivered at my &ra ms&z between this and the 15th of November next, for which. I agree to pay 50 cent in cash, o: S7i cents in manufactured goods at my woolen manufr.rtory, at tha wholesale prices. S KIMMEL. auel2 '45-1 Gt Vc7r Tin - Ware. ESTABLISHMENT. fTTMlE subscriber, thankful for former J support, informs his old customers and the public generally, that he has re commenced the manufacture of Tin "akd Shect-Iron Ware, at the shop formerly occupied by Mr Mi chr.els, as a.Cteckmaker shop, east of Mr ankeny's Hotel, in the Borough of Som erset, where he is now making every descriptiun of Tin and Sheet-Iron lVare, which he will sell cheap for cash cr ex change for approved country produce. His work will be done in a neat and sub stantial manner, and he hopes to reccivo a liberal share of public patr.unge. cctli CHARLES A KIMMEL. TbeseatedT Bon't stand up while chairs and sofas arc so cheap. GABIKET M A N U- TjH FACTORY. 70ULD resnectfully inform hia y o'U customers anu ine puunc iu general, that he has purchased from Air. Jocob Myers, chair maker ami wheel wrighi his entire slock of materials and has commenced ihe chair making business with that of cabinet making, at his shop on main street in the Borough of Somerset, one iloor east of the resi dence of Simon Gehhart Esq., where he will constantly keep on hand and will make to order, common fancy and Muhagomj Chairs, bed steads, whech Tables, Stands, Settees, Sq fas, 6)C., 6jc., je., He will sell common chairs at $5 per sett, and other articles in proportion.; Thankful for ihe patronage heretofore axiendcd to him, he would invite the public to call and exetnine his work, which he will warrant to be made of the best materials and finished in the neatest and mosi durable manner. - Approved country produce will be taken in exchange" for work, at the high est market prices. apS'45. f EXPECTORANT REMEDY, FOR Colds, Coualis, Spitting of Blood, In?, isili.ii.i. Pala in Ute Side, " Hrcast mart C licst, Wlicoplas Cousrli, Croup, ami all Dis eases of Hie Liter aad JLU1$. OrBEWATIC OF CONSUMPTION " We heliolJ many vho unfoitunateiy are tl.o object of i1i.-casc,lorne down by its pain ami dis tress, without a mcdeiine to strrngthen nn.l eoolhe the enfeebled frame.or relieve the poison rl niinJ; Kind Providence has caused XjMrc to ; r ducea HEALING BALM for nM !Wi; -matures, particularly the afflicted. ' IIe::thrn, w'uo.sy lahor have born ?o succe.vfc! to !'-ftvf :?!. Mcdi'al Aontfir tic vtuo:d -n ! ci:ro f a oaso which serins for oges lo L i-.v -.K-ilcd the p)r. rrs of the hpa'in? art, slionlil be 'rtgutdiej in !. light of o public Ironefac'.er. ThepiotTietor of Dr D.irc-n's EXPECTO RANT REMEDY ebvms abstar.tiaied !- thousands who are living n-i..r.i;jnruta rcstor! from' the bed cf sick new tat'..-ifjoyn)ent of h ;r dearest friendand again rendered an orncmc::: o society.. - Those who Euffer with the premonitory syr-' -tom3 of COX?!UMP7'I()X. should n. t "nr:!vt themselves from time to lime, until lb? dis; i becomes seated, and rendered beyojid the root.; ' of medieine, l.ut immediately procure -Dr. Hni can's Esprctofnt Remetly, a medi ine hs: i certain lo removo all the firft evil seed-J of Coa. sumption, when used in due reason. ust received 4 doz. of the alwve metlicine iJ for sale by Parker & A nkeny, the only author xml agent far Somcrstt county. Pec. 34, 1344.