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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

iflisceUcmcous Selections. (From the Plough, Loom and Anvil.) The Scvcu Wouders of New Eugland. . 1. Everyman living in a "bran spatiding" new house, or one that looks as if il had been painted as. while as snow within the past week ! •^_. All the houses of wood, where all the fences are of stone, which in some places lie so thick as to require to be removed at the rate of a, ton from six feet square. - :l. Wood for house and kitchen all sawed and * split up into one uniform length and size, and snugly piled away undercover of an open shed, so that the work of house and kitchen may sillier the leasl possible interruption—in a word, lie sees a place for every thing, and every tiling in its-place. •1. The care obviously bestowed in the saving and preparation of manure by accumulation and composting. 0. Universal attention to a good supply of fruit, adapted to the climate. ( J. Not a poor or superfluous Ox, cow, horse, hog, or sheep, the proportion^pf the short-lived, expensive h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

« i\:Ho\\iei' Gtv«eat A.TTi^va\i 20 Boxes Dtfy Goods, Received at the PHILADELPHIA Store. liargains! Bargains! Bargains! TiiPjjj+jjj^a-rrival of Winter Goods just reeJet/odaud will be sold for cash ten per ci/rrtclienper limn any yet brought to Allent/yi;ii. '1'lie goods being purchased mostly at /Auction sales, gives to them the advantage of selling far below ordinary prices. RememberTte Philadelphia Store of, VeaGEK & WEIDNER, they are deter-¦ mined to sell goods at such reduced prices, thni it is impossible for any one to compel" iwiih them. We say then, call at the Philadelp hia Siore and examine their fresh and Limmi'iiM' Mock of goods, and you can con-Jvince yourself of the fact. I " YEAGER & WEIDNER. I Nov. 30. ' . H—4w (ircat Bargains to lbe Ladies. We politely invite iho Ladies of AHen-Itown srra the surrounding country, to call fat the Philadelp hia Store and examine their splendid stock of Dress Goods. Cloakings, Shawls, Gloves, Fringes, Collars, &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

-Jp ijctttal Ulevjttrtmctttv CARRIER'S ADDRESS, To the Patrons uf the r 4 LMlGH REGISTER, January 1, 1840. " The bell strikes one. We take no note of time But IVnni its loss. To give it then a tongue Is wise in man. As if an angel spoke, I lee! the solemn sound. If heard aright, It is the knell of my departed hours : * Where are they V I ^ —^ Another year, another year islgone ! \ Back to the neVTOtgtuxnjngJpiiM : \. HiAftjjst our few brief years of life move on, How soon lime draws ns to our last! How fleeting are our pleasures, hopes and joys, Our boasted grandeur, wealth and show; The unremitting march of lime destroys All our fancied bliss below. Nought can arrest time's rapid onward speed, In his destructive wild career, No cannon's roar, no trumpets blast he'll heed, NofStop to 4ry the galVing rear. No one escapes his icy withering hand;—The old, the young, the high and low Teel the influence of his mighty wand j -•?All, all before his throne must bow. Where are the migh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

| ¦ p NEW.ARRIVAL OP '1 1 &X> , Hardware. ' '1 l1 ' i-^rrwKBrv Ihe undersigned have jusieB wf "^Hg turned from Philadelphia \vi.S y ' CflEsSSlarge assortment of HarditrM I Cutlery awiSrcdtlUry,. with Coach-tM •h; r ings und Shoe-findings, o\\ of whicqH \i&l be sold at reduced prices at the Siore oW 6$£ -. ' 0.& J. SAEGEW •i^ir-IRON. —A good lot of IIiKiimeredfid ^Kl plled Iron,Sheet Iron, American and Ig-We*8}i Band Iron, Hoop Iron. Cast and »ar .V^jSsjkl, square, flat and round, just recijed - i$m Anvils and Vices, and for sale r~\p •¦' nt; the Store of . O. & J. SAEGE ¦' . ' r"*GLiSS. —150 boxes Glass of all ts, . / " lor sale by 0. & J. SAEGE,,, ^'• ' WHlTETEAD^WofWhh e p " d ¦ ¦ ¦ ' " ijust received, Pure and Extra, and)f<y5ile X by, . O. & J. SAEGJH ; -• •~7 NAILS.-l200'Kegs of the best;. I lis. Brads-and S pikes, just received, am for V sale by . O. & J. SAEGI) ii ; ' ;' , €0ACH-TR1MMINGS.-A good jiprt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Tlie Blessings of Honie. r No subject perhaps is more trite4han Home and its enjoyipenls. People are constantly discussing the blessings of domestic life, and the happiiless td be found within the limits of, a well regulated family circle. And yet we fear that the multitude pay little attention to the essential elements of home life, to the thousand apparentl y unimportant nets of kindness and g ood-will, the examples of temper, languuge and propriety which in the aggregate, constitute theArue beauty mid real blessings of Home. The infirmities of temper are a great-drawback upon dumesiic happiness. We have known a calm and cheerful circle engaged in pleas* ant and instructive conversation, disturbed and.excited in a moment, as it were, by the' unhappy introduction of some forbidden topic, and the consequent irritation produced in some morbid, prejudice and irritable mind. Pleasure has instantly been converted inlo nain. uiid Ifg ^ ertuecarffifeed or abashed the authors of the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Politeness* It is a graceful habit for childron to say to each other, "Will you have the good- . ness ?"—and, "I thank you." I do not like to see prim, artificial children; there are few things I dislike so much as a miniture beau, or belle. But lbe habit of good matt- ¦ ners .by no means implies affectation or restraint. It is quite as easy to sny, "Pleosd give me a piece-of pie," as to say "I want a piece pi pie." - • l The idea thai constant politeness would; render social life to stifl and restrained springs from a . false estirHate of politeness; • True politeness is perfect ease and freedom: It simply consists in treating others'just as you would love to be treated yourself. ' A' person who acts from this principle will always be sold to have "sweet pretty ways ' with her." It is of some consequence thai: your daughter should know how to eriteif' and leave p. room gracefully; but it is of prodigiously more. , consequence that sheshould be in the habit of avoiding whateve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

,T'.t lUIMHII^IIWI'WI^^MI in n ill^l—THE LEHIGH JlEfiiSTEK, {*! ]t published In the Borough ofAUentowtf, Lrhi gk A. * -¦' ¦ ' Coitnii, 'n",every Tuesday ) fc^i^€ «ifSTiis I* nutm. tjjjs^%$6ff' per allium, pnyablein ailra •. ..-.! ExHJjpMT not pa** «"" '' %en 'l ° f In« J'• • ¦¦ ><¦ Sj^» 3wS''(iiscQi>(inue(\,uniilJll arrearages jit panl,. [ IjftMlcept a>4fre optjjw ofjjfc proprietor. [Ji; ' .', " ;/^iiid<$yinF.. 'iiEXT^fn!il(ing not more |liiin ™? l^q V^ e^ ' willbeinserteillliree timers for. »<¦ <!.>l!;ir ona (or every subsequent Insertion veniy-iiie •¦cents. Larger advertisements char: il i;i '( ¦¦ L samtf proportion. Those not exceedinj ten iii.v-, ; will be charged seventy-five cents, and those m.-iig ing six lines or less, three insertions for 50 cen\.. ',.. ZWA. liberal deduction will be made to time, . who advertise by tlio year. • ¦ ¦ ij V5F Ojficein Hamilton Street,next dooAi, ' , Stem's Jlllenloum Hold, (formerly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Beautiful Inscription. ' The Hingham Patriot says, the following most beautiful and touching inscription may be seen on a grave in our town. The only words are these: 'tOUR MOTHER fell asleep November 18, 1840, /E 51. When will the morning come.?" Simple but yet. • beautiful language!—language thatshafr" "" find-a response in every heart made^ad by the loss of that best aiid dearest of^iarjlily friends-a mother, Many ii faltering tongue lias asked that most significant question; When tvill the morning comev? Peace, O, sad hearts !—that morning wiHVet dawn' and thai sleep shad be broken. Yet' awhile linger ye in patience, and hop " e,and the.glad fruition of faftlr.will bo realized j and, we shall no more ask, "When/will tlje morning come!" jr ~' . V'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

v Confession of aMurderer. ! WJlliajn_I)ajiu^ge^pJL s^^ Stuir, when ^ standing uponUeT scaffold, a" few " minutes before his execufidb on Friday, made the following confession : \ " Gentlemen:—It was not nV object to have anything to say on the presenttrecasion, but as it may do good", I have determinW to say somefhiiig. I have been charged win many crimes. I have been charged with the mVder of a hogdrover — I have been charged win tho murder of my mother-in-law—I have beenVharged with the murder of my son — I have ben charged with tlhj murder of my own s .ervant:—but, gentlemen, all these charges are false-tall false.— Would to God I could say as much for that other Mnffge ' . But of thatl am guilty. I murdered Francis Adolphus Muir. I have murdered him. He fell by my hand. I have, regretted the act ever since il was committed—it has be«n before my eyes ever since. I have the gratification to stnte that I believe He: is in Heaven, ana I trust I may mecl; him ther?. In his dyi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Lehigh. Countj^^^^^^H^^H . n efl^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H a \atyAmWkmkmkmkmkmkmmr persons, > be lon^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^BHflf vnrious^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HRjujBjjg evening, Jmmkm^§MmkmkmkmkmnmnK& of thofl^^^^l^^^^^^^Hj^^H forjA^^^^^^^H^H^HI BibTe^^^^^^^Hr ^^H^^H The tM^^^^^HPi singil^^^^^^^H a praH^Hpflered bra^^^^B^^^f ger, The Rev?nv. Howell, aM^H^^^^^H sylvnnia Bible Society,delivereffHtrfvppT^PPIII address, giving some very interesting state-' ments in regard jo the success of the Bible Cause during late years. When he had concluded, tho meeting was organized by calling ^ ihe Upv Jeremiah I^Tiindel to the chair, and ^ ^appointing S. K. Brobsl, Secretary. The " Lehigh County Bible.Society" was then regularly formed—a Constitution read and adopted—resolutions passed iji regard to. the collecling-of funds and supplying deslitu|gfanriilies wiTiitlie Bible—and the following persons elected its, officers of the Society for one year: President—Heiiry Weinsheimer. Secretary—William S. You...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

BrV Pennsylvania Finances- - PP'Sjbimary Statement oi the Receipts and Ex-.peffdltures ol the Commonwealth of Pennsyl-:Veilli for the fiscal year, ending Nov. 30, 1848. &. '/ RECEIPTS. |ul d, - - - - - S 21,554 91 ¦tijblion Commissions, - - 22.500' 00 HUction Duties, - - - " 56,153 50 Sax on Dividends, - • 118,048 55 Hkx on Corporation Stocks, - 140,359 89 Hkx on Real and Personal Estate, 1,350,129 49 ^ftvem L-hreitses, .- - 33,306 61 Bfetailing Licenses, - , - 131,165 30 llfBdler's Licenses, - - 2,184 85 brokers' Licenses, - - 2,56G 00 Theatres, Circus, Menagario Licenses ^ 557 65 Pamphlet Laws, - - 305 54 Militia Fines, - - - 17.161 73 V Tax on Writs. Wills, Deeds, &c. 30, 682 95. Tax on certain Oliices, . - 19,394 26 Collateral InliejMlancyTax, - 55.359 01 Canal andRail RoadTolls, - 1.550,555 03 Canal Kines, sale of old materials, Sac. 1.121 58 Tax on Enrollment oi Laws, - 1.965 00 Tax on Loans, - - 113,431 23 Lnansjj^ - - - 140,000 00 Dividends on Turnpike ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Meeting of the Legislature. Thursday last was the day set upon forthe • meeting of the Legislature. The-Senate consists of 21 Whips and J2 Democrats. The House is a tie, each party having 50 members! Should the members all be present there will be some difficulty in regard to the election of officers—which in our opinion ought to bo equally divided to satisfy both parties. Upon the organization of the Senate, the seat of Gov. Johnston will become vacant amis new election- be held, to supply the seat, now held by the Governor. The district takes in the counties of Indiana, Armstrong, Clearfield and Cambria. Tho district is a doubtful one, and both parties wjll strain every nerve to gain the Senator. At the election in October and November last the voto stood as follows: Counties. Longst. Johnst. Cas«. Taylor. Armstrong, 2133 - 2001 212fi 2030 Cambria. ' 1421^^-5+5?^_13Kl) 1233 .-Ooffrfleld, 11) Y 630 ^ HUB 761 Indiana, , lafiS ,2371 I 1544 2110 0233\ 62^67 ^6224 6431 General ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

New Year's Day. ¦ In the character of the pleasures of New-Year's day Ihere-is a moral which, on the gentlo •?heart, will not be lost. In tho brightness of tlie' world, and the summer smiruignessoFtye external 6cene, man moves away from his fellows, and in a loneliness that asks no assistance from sympathy, g lories in his solitary pride; the lies of society are broken up. ' But when desolation' erhwdopes the; scene, and the prospect smiles no lonaet-lhen lie seeks tho comfort of society and the consolations of friendship; tho child / nestles by lhe\pareiit's side ; ihe parent draws / towards his oflSpring;, the bonds of brofherhood ' are brought closer: and we may learn the great truth, that though in prosperity men, may stand alone in a scorn of their race, yet in glogm am! in sadness there is -no foundation of happiness or strength bul ^ injifpsction, in love, and in mutual trust. • 'Of tho many festive days tliTU once flowered along the year, and sent a fragraitoe over the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

terns of Fact and Fancy. Hf I physician has been sent one year lo the peniteiary in Pulaski county, Illinois, for man sjInuglT—a man having died whom he vaccinated ,th small pox matter. Cic^" 'he vote cast for President at the late <elccto:ii ili: two Slates of New York and Punn- ;' sylvan . ex( eeds the legal suffrages of all 'Jlng-Tand \vi he • twenty millions of population. • r^-Hiat nany of the gold hunters who have gone tiCalifornia, will ijealize die Iruth df Ihe Prnve.ii—itow^ftuchJfcl ' lcr is it to get wtdom ,)..-, „F1 > fti 'T'^k—'; ' ^h^^M^ l~S' 'c I^iMMflHi of North Carolina has re^^H el'ectc. HonU teclirge fe. B.nlger to the United ^ States ;nata, for six years from the 4th of March ne.vl. j-W" carpenter at Trenton ha. s contracted with 0 a - Wilkinson of that place, lo build six frame uses to be shipped to California. ; ;l;io r "Organ."—Mr. Bullitt, one of the editors ol ' eVicayune, is coming to Washington with 13"T 4 y!or to establish a paper, whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

<&hNWqh Blister. • Allentown, Pa. . THURSDAY, JAl\UA ~ RY " d7184^^ " Circulation near 20O0. VVbTpAT.MER, Esq., N. W. comer of Third and Chesmit streets, Philadelphia, and 1C9 Nassau streety (Tribnnc Buildings,) New Yovk,-is ¦our authorized Agent for receiving advertisements and subscription's to the Lehigh Hegislcr and collecting and receipting for the same.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

^^^^r^^railclligcncc. I Arrival of the Enrofja. ^ __ % f\» New Yon*, December 31, 1848. ¦tiMHHHRiem-Ifcris, of Saturday evening,, ^^BHHHBDecember, the day before Che ^^HHH^Kscribe the s tate df that city as RHHHHHpreparations are; being made in HBBjHMBer. The police force through- rawra^jkr has been doubled, on account |KftlsfiH8K?Er i0US disturbances and rioting, 'W that had taken place. U Louis Napoleon's friends met and orgnn-\i ized to suppress outbreaks, in case of his £>' election. ' : • „ General Chargonier has officially rcsigned the cntididaleship for the Presidency. M. Lamartine's friends were making- great exertions lo secure his election. ¦ On Saturday evening, all Paris looked like, one electoral meeting. The Bonapartists wore accused of an in- tention to assassinate Gen. Cavaignac. •% >One of those person ' s who Tied with Louis ^H^^^SB^^^B^bE * i - - ; confined to their barracks on Sunday, ihe : ' day of the election. ¦ v Letters from' Marseilles "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

Frederick ftohleiiX. BELMANGER, BRAND-CUTTER AND LOCK-SMITH, . In •llfentotvn. Respectfully informs his friends and" tho ^ public in g eneral, that he still continues the abo.ve business in all its various branches, at his stand, one door south ef Dillinger & Craig's Dry Goods Stores in Allen street in the Borough of Allentcwn, where he will also matiufaclure to order all kinds of 1 SCtlZES . s>==E2|p="e> fnr'lJritggists, Grocers, A § A and other branches, war-1 11 fl K, "tl '''ln ^e strictly accu--^ . «-j2»> «•' rate, finished in the most splendid manner. He also manufactures all kinds of Locks, 1 )ooi-plutes, Door-knockers, and every-other article in his line. Repairing of L-n iisvLauips, in short everything in Steel. . lion. Brass orCopper, can be repaired nt tin?; hottest notice and on the most ' reasonable terms. • Mr. BoiiLUN-trusts through punctual attendence to biisj. rre.-s nnd moderate charges, ho will be able to gain a large share of pub...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

tJoId Mines and Gold Hunling. Gold is found in most granite ridges presenting cracks., r ind injunctions with quartz, and consequentl y in the sands, beds and meadows of streams ' flowingfrom such ridges. According to geology, which writes in j a hand quito legible to those who understand ' its alp habet, all metals are thrown up from the regions below the stratum of primitive rock, or granite, through cracks iir suchj^ffbm. Granite co nsists of quort?. | ; fcldJpEpnd Mica, fused, mixed and cooled: i HepraKicli of these elements must be fotinJ J below this cooled-crust. When the enw J cracks, either by contraction in cooling, 1 / ¦ expansive forfce below, some of the elertJSfcs: below are usuall y injected into the cracis.j Hence wo often find veins ol quartz in stnta- , of granite, sand stone and other parts ofihd crust, nt right or smaller angles with thidii repfion of the cracked strutum or strain ~a-When quartz'is thus injected, it is sme-! times mixed with gold alone, som...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 4 January 1849

California Ciold. REMWJipOFTHE j%-m w fr&itK s touje. The subscribers respectfully announce to tho citizens of Allentown and tho surrbundi ing country, that they have again-removed ! to their "old stand" a few doors below Ha-[g enbuch's Hotel, in Hamilton street, where they will'be happy to supply their old customers together with Thousands of new ones, with all that is good and cheap. It is useless to say that Wagner & Huber have on hand, goods of every description, style ; ant! quality, alsoGroceries . &ueensware .&c. ; In fact they have every article on hand that j appertains to the business, all of which they will soil 25 per cent lower than any other Store in Allentown. WAGNER & HUBER. Allentown, Dec. 21. • *-Mlw "* ^^ W'^^rfiG^i .2' Competitor in Selling CHEAP Goods. Ii is admitted by ail, . that we have outi stripped every house in "these diggins" in the way of selling cheap goods. We now, ofier a reward of $ 1,006 for the person ...

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