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s o n nusc T, P A., HAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1816. i- PA I,!!: 777. of" Philadelphia tit his it) ; Co il Offict, is our aulhorizr-il 1 1 f r wbJai'.tn? AJi"rf'xcf;ienf and SuJi fr 'HLKAI.D" ami is clothed .. - rc.fHi.f for ar.v monies paid Will! I nr. lUc " v.viil'T cncs V I he I" 1 ' - in 1. n-Vrmre anaUo. viz: rhiUMlyuia, -New on. jerk. 4 Q 4 9 4 4 r'..e ev.fuing court week will afford cp- rnr)i:is to those indebted to us, to dis- V J.pii have published the "Herald"' tears, and such as have been rc- :v:n all that tirae without ever pay- vi.- t.-.n tlio r.mntmt lr:. ,;- " - 7 . vf U-Cir ARUEARAiiSS. LLLiiMJJ rJoSMl Gay, Esq., at Dorsal, West norelanJ Count, our authorised Agent ta taLc sabrlpuoos arii 1 make colk-cuois for in, lo whom our natrons there arc rebuff ted to make payment. QThe present number (.V2) com vx'-cs the fourth volume of the "Herdd,' 1 fi-u'C the establishment came into Linus of the present editor. the I'rogress of tlie Var. A large portion of our paper is occu pied with intelligence in regard lo the progress of the war, some of which will found highly interesting, though nothing of crcat moment appears to have trans pired since the capture of Monterey. Though Gen. Taylor, with his gallant armv, has achieved one glorious victory cfter another and driven the enemy before him wherever he has me' him, the war, jud'mg from present indications, has but fairly commenced; 2nd when it will end, Hod only knows. Already has it cost the nation upwards of a hundred millions of dollars and many valuable lives, and vet no substantial advantages have been pined. Our armies arc in the heart of the enemy's country, having fought their way thither against superior numbers, and still Mexico appears bent upon resis tance, as obstinately as ever. Gen. Tay lor's force has been greatly reduced by sickness and the sanguinary conflicts at Palo Alto, Resaca de la Palma and Mon terey, and yet we hear nothing of prepa rations being made by the Administration to supply the deficiency. He has been ordered e ven to advance from his present position; but as that order M as issued be fore tiie events which have transpired at Monterey were known at Washington, it is probable that is has since been coun termanded. What steps the Administration propo ses to take next, is not known to the pub lic. Will it reinforce Gen. Taylor im mediately, and by so doing enable him to plant the American Eagle upon the walls of the City of Mexico? or will 11 be con tent to let him remain where he is until the meeting of Congress and then ask for a new appropriation to carry on the war ? We incline to think it will pursue the lat ter course. We judge so from the fact, that the war has already cust much more than the Administration evidently had counted upon, and that the Mexican?, in stead of submitting after getting several good drubbings, are at this time as much intent upon resistance as they were at first, if not more so. We wait with much interest lor the development of the Administration's future plans in regard to this war. A Word oa I'oHiical Organiza tion. As stated in our last number, the Whig r?J Antimasonic party in Somerset coun ty is entirely without organization, and we call their attention 10 the subject again st this time, while the political elements j r.re calm, in order that the delect mav be . - . .pecdily remedied. Though our oppo- nents did not succeed at the late election in electing any of their candidates, yet a number of our own men were disappoint ed, and in some instances the contest was chiefly amonst themselves. We achiev ed a victory, it is true, but it was too dcar lv bought, and our own determination is, -o far as our influence may extend, to guard against similar occurrences in fu ture. We want an efficient County Commit tee in the first place, next committees of ijfi!cncc in every election district, and I t-ckf t. In this way, zv in this way -lone, can we effect a thorough organiza tion of ih-2 party aud after that shall have been accomplished, if there be any who will raise or encourage opposition, let them be treated as deserters and turned over to the eneinv. CCTln the Erie Dislr-.ct, James Thomp son (V-rn.) is re-elected to Congress over Mr, Cpbcli (whig,) by about .200,. The late Decision. Our opponents endeavor to account in various ways for their recent discomfiture in tins State, but studiously avoid touch-in"- upon the true causes thereof. It is an indisputable fact, that a large portion, if not a majority of their party, agree t fully and entirely with the Whiffs in their sentiments on the subject of protective duties. It is a fact also, that only for the gross deception practiced upon them by their leaders, that portion of the Demo cratic party would not have voted for James K. Polk. And it is a further fact, that pending the Tariff question in the United States Senate at the late session of Congress, the Democracy of Berks, Schuylkill, &c, remonstrated in the strongest terms against anv alteration of the Tariff of 1812. The same feeling that pervaded those counties, prevailed throughout the State and when those who had aided in the election of Mr. Polk ' found that they had been deceived and saw their best and dearest interests sacriticed, it was but natural that they should turn upon their betrayers and visit them with just and merited rebuke. Thcv did so. Thev joined in with the Whigs and aided them in accomplishing one of the greatest political revolutions upon record and had it not been for the -u.un," the discomfiture of the Polkmen would have been still more disastrous than it is. Henceforth there will be but two parties in Pennsylvania the Whig Tariff party and the Locofoco Free Trade party. .ew Yorli tlcction. In some 30 counties heard from, Yocxg, the Whig candidate for Governor, is con siderably ahead. Thus far ibere is a Whig gain already of 11,000 upon the last vote for Governor, when the Locofo co ma;oritv in the Slate was 10,000. In New York city, Wright's majority is 5.000, but the river counties are Whig all j over; and when the Western districts send in their returns, it will be found that the Whig cause has triumphed in the State and that New York has been fully re deemed! Sew Jersey. The Whig candidates in the first and third districts are elected; the other dis tricts not heard from. Notic The German portion of this establish ment will in the course of a few days pass into other hands, to be used in future in the publication of a German paper in the Borough of Berlin. Such of our subscribers, therefore, as have been re ceiving the Herald and Republican alter nately, are requested to notify us which of the two papers they wish to have for warded to them for the future, as they cannot any longer receive them alternate ly, but can have one or the o'her, which ever they choose. g"The Butler Whig recommends George W. Smith, Esq., of that county, for State Treasurer. Letters from Rio de Janeiro. C7MVe have been favored with the perusal of two letters from our young townsman, Mr. Benjamix P. Kooser, now in the U. S. service, to his brother in this place, from one of which we make the annexed extracts: "On board the U. S. ship Lexington. Rio de Janeiro, Sept. 14, 1815. 5 "After a long and tedious voyage of GO days, we are at length safely at anchor in this harbor. I am in first rale health and :ood spirits, having stood the voyage well, with the cx-ccption of the sca-sickness, which is no child's phy, I tell yea. We left New York on the 14th of July and arrived at Rio the 14lh of September, be ing just GO days out of sight of land. Alter leaving New York we had fair wind about 20 days, when adverse winds over took us and carried the ship to the Coast of Africa, near the Cape de Verde Is- .1 i- . lanus. We sailed along the Coast of j Africa, passing by the Colony of Liberia, '. about 4 weeks, when we struck the N. . 1 W. trade winds, which carried us swiftly j 01 u Amno 1,, u . , r, . ... , , AV , , ! Sir George entered on his long and ar ana salelv into this harbor. U e had 3 1 . . c .1. o.-.i .,r,;m'if.r cn days of storm; and no person but those : that see it, can form any idea of the grand and sublime appeaiance of the ocean durinj a rale. But our ship stood 1 it nobly: one moment on the pinnacle of j the wave; the next down, down, as if on, a complimentary visit to the bottom of the sea." We saw plenty of flying-fish, dolphin, black-fish, and some few whales. The flvino--fish were the greatest curiosity: thousands at a time, like a flock of fecd - ing pigeons, could be seen sailing through tlie sir. We saw also plenty of sea-hogs or porpoises. The weather was very warm. We crossed the sun on the 14th of August, and tlie tropic of cancer 011 Ruggles,, in command of a detachment of the 23 ih. ! the 5lh infantry, about 175 men, accom- -n .u- 1 . Danied by Lieut. Tvler and Lieut. Gib 4Yv e will remain m this port about 10 ijamL" UJ . , , , , . , e 1 . . son, the latter m command of a dctach days, to lay in a supply of wood and wa- ; ' -.. k,i-i rrnm ... . ter,wkcu we will sail for Valparaiso, on times going round the Horn, as we shall have to sail up to 0 1 degrees, South." FROM MEXICO. The New Orleans papers furnish the following items of intelligence from Mex ico, received by way of Havana: The royal mail steamer Thames arrived in Havana on the 7th ultimo from Vera Cruz, with forty passengers and $17-1,000 in specie. Gen. Pasedes reached Ha vana by this arrival. The dates from Vera Cruz are down to the SOth September, not so late by six days as the advices brought by the Ew ing. It was announced in Mexico on the 2 I. of Sept. that the first brigade of cavalry left the capital on the 23d for Monterey, and that Santa Anna would leave on the 25th. It was further announced that he employed his individual credit to expe dite this movement of troops, which had been delayed for want of funds. The garrison of the capital would be composed of such bodies of the National Guard as had been raised, and it was sup-., posed the other brigades would leave the city on the 25th. It is said that Gen. Ampudia has re linquished the command of the army of the North. cn. Arista arrived m me city 01 Jiex- I ICO Oil IMS lilll Ol OCpiUilllHT IU U1C1 IUC charges preferred against him in connex ion with the actions of the 8th and 9th of May. According to a letter from Mazatlan an American frigate hud arrived there and captured the Mexican brig Malek A del, which was at anchor there dismantled. Senor Yanez, the commandant of Ja lisco, marched on the 7th September lor Tepic and San Bias with a body of troops for the defence cf those towns in case of an invasion. Gen. Nunez Ponte has been appointed Governor of the State of Tamauiipas. On the 20th of September a decree was promulgated providing that a Council of Governmentshould be tormed to be com posed of thirteen individuals; and that in the absence of the Provisional Executive head, the President of the Council should discharge the Executive functions. This Council was to be installed on the 1st of October. The Government was adopting the ne cessary measures for providing funds to meet the national exigencies. Nothing is said of a forced loan from the church. 0:i the 17th ultimo the Minister of Fi nance consulted with a committee of mer chants and capitalists to adjust the terms of a contribution and loan for the use of the Government. A similar meeting was held in Vera Cruz on the 23d ultimo. In neither case are the results of their de 1 i be r a t i o r. s an nou n c e d . The cities of San Luis Potosi and Mexico are designated by the Secretary of War as the principal depots for the ex traordinary contingents which several States have been ordered to furnish. Co!. Tremoitt. A correspondent of the Alexandria Ga- zetic, who dates his letter cn board the "U. S. frigate Savannah, Monterey, (California) July 20," says : " Col. Fremont's party arrived here yesterday, having had some pretty hard iijlitin with the Mexicans and Indians. Thev number about 200, and are the most daring and hardy set of fellows ever look ed upon. They are splendid marksmen, and can plant a bullet in an enemy's head with their horses at a full gallop. They never think of eating bread, but live upon meat all the time. They never sleep in a house, but on the ground, with a blank et around them their saddle for a pillow, and a rifle by'their side. I should like to give some more minute account of them, but time will not admit." More Help to Free Trade. The further advance of flour in Eng land will no doubt be used by the Loco focos to show how well the xew American- tariff works. The effect here has been to advance the prices 75 cents per barrel; but we would state that another advance of 75 cents is yet to be made before it els up !o the price in December 1815, (67) under the Tariff of 1842. When the price gets over $7, then the Locofocos can talk of the rise with more decency than they can now, when the Tariff of '42 price is larger than the price under the law of '40. (New York Express. Sir George Simpson, Governor-in-Chief of the Hudson Bay Company's Territories, arrived here from Red river settlement, on his way to Montreal, hav-in-T travelled on horseback as far a3 the 1 - - j . uncus lounifv uii me --r' that at"an unusually late season he has accomplished the whole distance in twen-tv-evcn davs. Sir Geonre has brought "diligence ' " 7 , I ...k:u , nnr miAcr nro.iwarp. were (its- I " . ii- " .!- C rC flirt trnoriJ he'd from lrebnd in jun0 for tne Red river Detroit Adv. 22d. ANOTHER WHIG REPRESENTA- VIVE. Solomen Sartwell, the Locofoco candi date for the Leffislature in Warren, Mc Kpnn nnl F.IL- it annears bv the official i returns, has been beaten by Mr. Kinnear, the IWhiff nominee, bv a majority ol 07 1 This will add two to the Whig majority in the House, and on joint ballot. More Troops for Mexcio. Capt. s mem 01 arriuierv retiu.w, ciuu.un.u New York on Saturday last, ia the ship 3Mew HZorlt Election. Tlie patcli cleared Iy tUe lYliIgs of the Empire Stale!' We have later intelligence of the New irork election. Yocxg, the Whig can didate, is certainly elected Governor. His exact majority is not yet ascertained, but will probably exceed 10,000. In 27 Congressional Districts heard from, the Whiss have carried 21 Members, aud have also elected a majority of Members of the Assembly. S3 ASSESSED: On the 15th September by the Rev. S. B. Lawson, Mr. Abraham Guth, of Som erset tp., to Miss Laviub Trent, of Slony creek tp. On the 29ih Oct. by the same, Mr. Jacob Pittcrson, to Miss Elizabeth Mow re r, both of Quemahoning tp. On the 1st instby the same, Mr. Sam uel Wcyand, to Miss Caroline Umbcrger, both of Brothcrsvulley tp. On the same dav, b John A. Baker, Esq., Mr. John Wabie, to Miss Phoebe Leech, both of Milford tp. On Sundav, Nov. 1st., by Rev. H. R. Kern, Mr. John Hill, to Miss Amanda Dally, all of Jenner township, Somerset countv. Somerset r.jeeuni, Will meet at the Lyceum room on Fri day evening next, at 0 o'clock. QUESTION FOR DISCUSSION. Can the existence of a Supreme Being be proved independently of Revelation. Essayist, Declaims, W. H. Postlethwaite. F. M. Kimmcl. A. H. COFFROTH, Sec'y. CAUTION- hereby caution the public not lo trust any person or persons whom soever, on my account, without ex press orders from myself, as I shall not pay any debts whatever contracted by any one. except such as I may au thorize by a written order of which all persouf will please take notice. JOHN M IN CUD. Turkey foot tp. Nov 10. 184b STRAY CALF. ClAMElo preuiies of he subscriber ) in Sotaerset toweship, the latter p.rlof October a stray c-ilf, dark briadlc, no white on the body aud uo ear mark 8 or 9 months old. The owner is requested to come and prve property pay charges aud take il away, or it will We sold as the law di rects. GEORGE AUMAN. nnr 10 lS4fl. "TCENT REWARD. "fB AN away frum the subscriber lining jn. in Addison lp., Semereei co., on Sunday Ut November, an indented ap prentice by the name of Kztk'xd Lewis, said iippreuue is about 14 years old. light kair and somewhat freckled, had on when he went awuy Mue cloth coat and dark cloth pantaloons, betook with him odier clothing with wbieh he might change his drees. The above raward will be given for his spprchrr.sion tnd and delivery to the subcnuer but no charges paid; the public are cautioned not to harbour said apprentice' JACOB W1LHELM. no. 10. 1846. VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT FiEblio Sale. rfTHE subscriber will offer at sale by II public outcry, en Christmas day, 25:ii December next, the loiiawmg real properly belonging to the estate of Maj. George' Graham, late of Stoystown, So.nerset county, deceased, tiz: Ho. 1. The well known Tavern Maud for ma- hy years kept by decead,on the North sfde of Main street in Stoystown afore said, being a lare two-story frame and wealherboarded buiUing with good aud convenient outhouses on the same lot. aud also an excellent mca low It of lo ere?, large barn and stabling oa the op posite 6ide of the street. Ho. 2, One small hous. aiui lot 01 one acre situate on Main cross street near the Pub lie school house in said Wough. snd 1:0 w in the occupancy of John Leber kneight. Yo. 3. A large plantation or tract of land sit uate near Stoystown on bulb su.es o! tne road leading to Somerset, containing a bout 400 acres, of which nearly 300 acres are cleared and under fence, with a two-storv log house and targe Barn , therein erected, now in the possession of William Waugh and Samuel Weis singer. . The above farm will be divided into two or three parts, if necessary, to suit purchasers, or if desired part of it may be divided into lots of 20 or 30 acres each. The sale will be held at the Tavern House now kept by Allison Loughrey, and will be count'mued until all is sold. yhen and where the terms, whicli win be reasonable, will be made known. SAMUEL KIM MEL, Administrator cum testamento annexo of novIO George Graham, dee'd. , , t.,i.,invci t vn t'VPPT' .ELAN SLMMONS AND bALtb FARM FOR SALE. f7!"MIE subscribers offer for sale on a Wednesday the Sth day of .Vc ember, a FARM belortring to the estate of Henry Lauffer, of Mountp'easaut tp., dee'd, continuing 13 0 The said farm is situate in Monnt pleaannt township, Wrstmure land coun ty, two miles svuibn-cst of Pleasant U niiy. adjoining lands of Admi Fisher. Jacob Briuker, Michael Kunibaugh, and others. There is on te premises, a good two storu Loff Dwelling House, and Bank Caru. with a guud Well of Water. There is also an cxcelkni Apple Orchard lui good Coal Bunks open, also, Limestone. About JU acrca are cleared, 20 of which are m gond meadow, U the land is t! a gn-.yA stue of cultivation. The plare will be shown by John Rnmbjugh -r George Harizcll, Sr. An indi.piiijble t.ile will.be siven by the Heirs, and condition made known on dv of sjIc HENRY LAUFER. of Hcmpfield tp. GEORGE HAUTZKLL, Mt. Pleasnt tp. JACOB GRESS. of Unity township. Heirs of Ike Estate. November 10 13 It. N. B. If not sold it will be rented for one veur. FEMALE BEAU TY CULPBLE NEGLECT. 17) IT his been observed by visiters from all other countries, as well as by persous of the best eu!t vated taste in this, that ia 1.0 country is thero a larger class of female beauty and excellence, than in this city. Yet while the shoe fittar, dresj-aiaker, and milliner are en gaged in adorning "nature's best gift to roan," Jne part appears almost totally neglected The Hair. How often do the ravages ofdisc.se lay waste the deli cate form of the fair and beautiful, and though restored to health again, yet those flowing locks, v.-hi eh once adorned iheir heads, full off, and never again re turn to their original beauty. It is in eouceiirable hviw any person, more es pecially a lady, can manifest so much neglect on this point, when a "never failing remedy" car. La obtained at No. 8 Soeth Third Street, and asking for Dr. Jaynes's Hair Toaic, which will perfectly restore this ouly reglecled part of female brautv. . What is a dollar or two to complete the crowning point uf female beauty ! Bronchitis, CouqUs, Consumption Thousands die annually widi the a beve diseases. J.iyne's Expectorant nev er fails to rlieve, and permanently cure niue out often who use it as directed. Sold by J. J.& H. F. Schell, Somerset Pa. Also by Edward Bevin, Siyslown Pz. FOR SALE. N nursuat.ee of the Ust V ill and 1 es lament of Mathias Marker, late of Donegal township, Westmoreland coun ty dee'd, I will otfer for sAe by way of public outcry, on Friday ihe 13th day of November, next, on the premises, a Tract of land, siiuated in Donegal township, adjoining lands of 'oliu Houd, John Parke, John Campbell, James Irwia, John Burrel and others containing 140 ACSE S. (more or less,) having ihereon about 75 acres of clear land, 14 of which are in meadjw, with a shingle roofed log house and kitcheniand a log bain, and some fruit trees thereon. The sale will commence at 12 o' clock, 011 the aforesaid day, when the terms will be made known by the sub scriber, HUGH CAVAN, Administrator, with the will annex'd. Ortoher 0. 184G. " (I'KO liONO PUBLICO.) SHERIFF'S SA3-.ES. rip HE Sheriff of Somerset will offer H for salo by public outcry in the Boroughof Somerset, oh Friday the 1 3th of November next, the following real estate: A tract of land, 'situate in Allegheny township, containg 400 acres more or less, 11 litres cleared, adjoining lands of H T Wild, Jclm Win, Simon Gebhart snd oilier?, a one story log houe, a spring hsuse and stable ihereon erected J-ns i!m nronertv of Peter P. Shaffer. Two lois of uiound in l!ie Borough of Somerset, containing half an acre, more or less, adjoining a lot of Daniel LJaird on the west. Union street on the north. Main street on the south, and'a lot of A brahan Dull on the ezs, a large two story dwelling house, wood shed and stable thereon erected, now in the oc pancy of Henry Jackson and John J. Bnford as ihe property of Schaehliter, Bear & Staum, A tract of land in Jenner township, containing 140 acres mn'e or less, ahout 63 acres cleared, aboul 10 arres in mea dow, adjoining lands of Jesse Griffith. George Smith. George Friedline and William Griffith and others, a one story house, a barn and other buildings ihere on as the property cf Herman Umbcr ger. A tract of land in Somerset township, containing 33 acres, more or less, a c:i' - Irt Iiaiic 1 -i .1 elitila tdprpnn PIVrlfd. adioinintr lands if Samuel Metzlcr. J - .... r- 1 1 1 ri 11 v rr 1 1 4 1 l 1 1 1 r. r 1 . j nun w p.-www . r ""ci.i . 1 1. ..j the irey otani ana iiiciran ij-- propertv of John Voung, a irt rtf l.n.t i.rSionvcreek lown- ship, containing 150 arres, another of 50 acres, one of 400 acres, one ot i 1 acres, and one of 200 acres, ail more or less improTed as the property if Di- xil Keller STKAY IIKIFFEi. T1AME to the premises f the v;?tU J ber in Somerset township. bo:it the 1st of September, a Briudie 1 year old IieiflVr.a piece ci.i out of the lower pari of the left ear, and a siit in the same ear. The owner is requested to rcme for ward, prove property, pay charges 311J take her away, otherwise she wiil ba sold as the law direct. not 3 GEO. Z1MM F.RMAN. KKGiSTEU'h NOTICE. "Joticc is hereby given lo all persona concerned as legatees, creditors op otherwise, that the following account have been filed and passed register in the Register's office, lor the county of Som erset, and that the same will be present ed to the Orphans' court for confirmation and allowance on Monday, the 23 day of Xovem'jer next, at an adjourned Or phans' Court, viz: The account of Jacob Keim. adrnm istrator of John J Sayror dee'd. The account of Jocob Miller and Pe ter llochstetler Jr, Executors of the last will and Testament of Peter Hochstet'er, deceased. The account of Edward Dorsey Ex ecutor of the last will and Testament of Jacob Heckman. dee'd. The account of Isaac Yoder and Dan iel Hochsteder, Executors of Daniel Hochstetler deceased. The account of Jacob Blough and Samuel Flickiuger, Executors of Abra ham Flickingcr dee'd. The account of George Walker Ex ecutor of Simon Hay, dee'd. The account Samuel Thompson ad-, ministatcr of Thomas Collier dee'd. WM. II. PICKING. Oct. 20 134G. Rngister j)U T down for Trial at Ioveinber term icommencing oa u.e lOih day of the month. Tantlinger'suse ts Mowry lata Sh'fT. Scott '3 Swank Chorpenning'B use v Ilartzell et al, pi8 t Grindlesparger & Bonigardner Wabla Same Foil st E. t F. Faber Ringler Riuk vs Wabie vs Augustine ts Custer vs Husband ts Ringler ts Lan lis and Hartv roan ts Hoffman ts Philippi ts Kimmel vs Cox GaiiLec- Wilhelm Hoover Burns uso Colborns Extr. Shallis s Martetny Uurkholder and M'- Grath's use ts Countryman et al Johnson Win & Gebhart Si-bell's us vs Cummins Johnson vs Ogle's Executrix, Miller va Bituncer Chorpeaning it al ts Csssady Benford Sama Flick is Rizer yuhnsoa DiHy Berkey ys Kiiupp XctT vs Rankin Husbands adm's use va Husbands adia'r Countryman's us ts Kooniz. A. J. OGLE. Prolhoaotary's offic. Oct. 20. 1540. JURY LIST. For November Term 1S-1GA. GRAND JURORS. Milford - Wm. Henry Henry Long John Infield Wra. Moora Jacob Knible, Thomas Masn David Philippi Jr.) Martin B. Loy Peter Walker George Foy Summit Stoyslown Southampton W. G. CappeHer John Bowman David Campbell Jacob Cover Joseph llaynes R. Laughton Peier Friedline Jr. David Aukeny of J. diaries Krissinger Addison Jenner - Somerset Berlin Brothersvalley John Knepper Turkeyfoot Jonathan Burnworth David Crossing John Cramer of S. Thoma3 Hanna TRA VERSE JURORS. Brothersvalley Simon Hay Hugh Schrack John P. Brubaker Coneraaugh Peter Heckman Tobias Levingstoa Lewis Urnburn John Mong Charles Rebraan Conrad Myers Michael Brubaker Joseph Leasura Philip Ling John Hamer Samuel Statler jr Andrew Berkeplilc David D. Miller Henry Cramer Jacob Humbert Samuel Snyder Henry Frank Joseph Smith Jacob Hanger A bin. Beam Christian Waller Philip Sharer Michael Homer Philip Hoffman Ifenry PoorVaugh AIpx. Cnnmrghjrn Aaron S-'hrnck Rudolph To (32 Stonvcreek Shade Milford Soxcrset tp. Jer.rer Al!,2l:ey l "rke tool : Sufnmit - Southampton Haiti C .:::; Paint Sob ineii M- yr Wm. Dfirp'-ey Peter Bt-r!-. y Sa ir.ul Pi.io Berlin - Q-ieu-alionlnz V dc-n i ? MiMec r3y-er?t br.