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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

ChUSbood and Youth. Childhood and Youth,'like the sweet flowers of Summer, are beautiful: beautiful in their own.b;righl forms—happy in their own sweet visions. Light as the air they breathe, no cares, "T16 anxieties press upon them, save th*oso which are like ihe still dews of evening1 that fall on ihe blushing flowers, and-pass away in the first rays of the morning sun. Childhood and Youth, like flowers, soon fade»—soon cease Vo attract, by their richness and beauty, the admiring eye. Some retain their fragrance long after their loveliest .hues are fled ; while others more gaudy, more strikingly brilliant, expire as they close their bright petals; and wo know therri no more foreVer: no perfume ' - remains Vo render their faded leaves precious. How necessary, forithe young to .cultivate their minds while living among sunshine and flowers, - and derive instruction from them, As they grow in years, and enter Upon the adtive duties of life, how de8Jrab|e»,jt is that -th.ey shoul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Poetical SUepailmcnt She loves him yet! I know by the blush that rises Beneaih those curls That shadow her soul-lit cheek, She loves him yet! Thro' all love's sweet disguises In timid girls, A blush will be sure to speak. But dearer sit>ns Than the radiant blush of beauty, Tlie maiden finds, Whenever his name is heard—Heryo . uns, heart thrills; Forgotten—herself—her duly—Her dark eye fills, And her pulse with hope is stirr'il, She loves hinvyel; The flower the fatse one gave her When ta ' st'he came, Is still wilh'her wild tears wet! . She'll ne'er forget, Howevej.h'isjfaith may waver, Thro' , grief and shame, Believe it-^-she loves him yet! '* ¦"'' His. favorite songs ;Sh' e will sing—she heeds no olher; Willi all her wrongs Her life on his love is set Oil doubt , nb* more! She never can wed another • Till life ' be o'er. She loves him yet

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Woman's Age. . Jiive, it is well known, was sixteen yean old when she was awakened at the aide of her husband. Sixteen years old, say ancient writers, and that so boldly, that they must have seen Eve's register written on the lilies of Paradise. Now women—who have, nine times out of ten, more curious and rabinical learning than the mean envy of our sex will allow to fhem—women, inheriting the privilege from their first parent, believe that, after a certain time, they have a just right to let their first sixteen years go for nothing, and so they sink tho preliminary sixteen wiih a smile, counting, with mother Eve, their seventeenth ' -Jfe their first real birth-day. And they are right; for it deducts from your w6meh"drfi*ve-aniforty, all that she cares to lose, giving her a fair start with Eve, and'pegging he; back to,fullblown nrne-and-twenty. And, indeed, it is impossible that any really charming woman should be a'day older.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

New woods The Subscribers have just -received a large assortment of Goods, consisting in part of the following to wit:— Ladies Dress Goods such as Silks, Bombazines, Alpacas, Bernges, Mousliri De Lnins, Ginghams, Prints &c *, <Je«s>emeri's wear such ns Cloths, Cassimeres, Testings, &c, Tickings, Checks, Linens, Handkerchiefs, Shawls, Gloves, Ribbons, 5 Bales New Market .Muslin, 5Cases JSIeached muslin. They hope by very low prices and strict attention to business they will 'receive u liberal share of customers. PRETZ, GUTM & Co. Morcti 24. %—Gw JtMackereh 50 Barrels-& 'Half Barrels. No. 1 2 and 3 Mackerel on hand and for sale cheap by CTETZ, GUTH, & Co. •March 22. t—(iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

THE LEHIGH REGISTER, la.published in the Borough ofAllentown, Lehigh County, Pa., every Tuesday iBY AUGUSTUS I,. RUHE, At $1 50 per annum, payable in advance, and %1 00 if not paid until the end of the year. No paper discontinued, until all arrearages are paid; except at the option of the proprietor. AnvEnrisEMKXTa, making not more than otfe square, will be inserted three times for one dollar and for every subsequent insertion twenty-five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the same proporlion. Those not exceeding ten lines, will be charged seventy-five cents, and those making six lines or less, three insertions for 50 cents, OTA liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. tS?" Office in Hamilton Street, ntxl door to Stem's Allentoion Hotel, (formerly fVeiss') opposite SchnurmaiCs Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Northampti Water Company All p ersons who make use of the Water of the said Company, for family purposes, or otherwise, will please take notice, that the lime to renew their Permits, is on the 2nd of April next, and it is expected that it will he strictly attended to. Those persons, who have not settled for the same, between the 2nd and the 10th of April, must not complain if the water is stopped after that time. The Board also deem it necpssary to notify those who use the water jointly, from one and the same pipe or hydrant, that the Permits for the coming year, must be paid by all, before the same can be granted to ^ eiiher. By Order of the Hoard, CHARLES ECKERT, Treat.. March >5. - 4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Assignee Notice. Notice is hereby given, that JohnRomig, and his wife JVr.Tf'1 - °f ,L°wer Macungy township, Lehigh conniy, fcavp on the °Zi day of January 1849 , made a voluntary assignment of all their property, Teal, personal and mixed, to the undersigned, for the benefit of their creditors. Such, therefore, who are indebted to the said John Rornig, will see the necessity of making payment, between now and six weeks, and those who have any legal claims, will present them in the above specified lime. DAVID O. MOSER, .tfsfflrnee. Feb. 8. H—6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

SfrD3B£(Plll The books of Charltt Kline, and all the money duo o. n the accounts in said books, have been assigned to: the sulwcribor. —- Therefore all persons indebted 5n ,s41q books are requested to maw Immediate payment to me. All"accounts not settled before the tenth day of April next Will be pUtinsuUv . ••' . • BBNMMW LUDWia March 13. fcMty

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

S17G.1R 20 Hogsheads of Sugar for sale wholesale and retail by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. March 22. t—Gw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

jr&n pnMJVTMJrG* Neatly executed at the "Register" Office

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

I/egitilative Proceedings. BUnrusBuno, March 27, 1849. The speaker administered Ihe oath of office to William M'Sherry, the member elect from Adams county, who then took his seat. Mi. Slutzman offered a resolution that a committee be appointed to inquire into the expediency of vesting the power of fixing the place of holding elections in the courts, county commissioners or the people, which was agreed to. Messrs. Slutzman, Roberts and Luckenbach, were appointed said Committee. The resolution relative lo biennial sessions came up on second reading, and the consideration of the subject was indefinitely postponed. The bill to continue and-regulate the system of education by common schools [came up on second reading. Mr. Nickleson offered an amendment providing that the laws compelling the non-accepting school districts to accept the common school system shall be repealed, that so soon as said districts shall accept it, they shall be entitled to their share of the school appropria...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Extra Session of the Senate. A Parent* Wealth,—A gentleman of Washington city called at the'White House a few days since, accompanied by his family, consisting of three sons and six daughters, lopay his respects to President Tavlor. They were received very cordially, and after shaking hands with each, he turned to the father and remarked: "Sir, you are a rich man—a nation's strength consists in the number of her people, and a parents wealth in the number of his children." This is a remark worthy of a student of jEsop. — * ** ' ,. " ¦ Monument to De Witt Clinton.—-The proposed monument to the memory of De Witt Clinton, for which subscriptions to ihe amount of 93,000 have been secured, is lo consist of a triumphal arch, surmounted by a colossal statue of the deceased, to be erected at the head of State street, Albany, within the grounds and in Front of the Capitol. Wasuimotos, March 27, 1840. A message from the President by the hands of Mr. Bliss, his private Secretary, was re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Hope of Spring. Every day hastens ihe approach of spring, and our hearts begin to throb with Ihe pleasurable hope of soon seeing the happy time arrive when we can inhale the balmy breeze, and, walking forth into the fields, see all nature rejoice. This sweet expectation is one of the few which does not deceive, because it is founded on the invariable laws of nature. — The charms of ihis fondltope are alike diffused through every pure heart: it is not the splendor of tho purple nor the glittering of the diadem which alone procure these delights, that often cheer the peaceful breast of ihe cottager. Who cannot penetrate the abodes of ro\ ally nor find entrance amid the buey sons oi tialfio. — The arrival of Spring is attended with a thousand now delights; the beauty and fragranee of the opening blossoms, the warbling of ihe birds, and the widely diffused joy and gayeiy that smile around. -In general our terrestrial hopes are damped by anxiety and repressed bydoubt, but the hope ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

True Republicanism. Gen. Taylor's republican manners, and the simple unaffected cordiality with which.he receives all grades of visitors, whether rich or poor, high or low, old or young, is highly commended upon, by many of our exchange papers of both political parties. It is refreshing to have a President who has determined to dispense with the chilling ceremony that has so long prevailed at Washington. It was at war with the spirit of our institutions as. well as anti-republican. * Our presidents, for years past have seemed to be more anxious to a\ e the manners and introduce the customs of European Courts than to foster that spirit of republican equality which forms the basis of our Government. The Washington correspondent of tho Boston Atlas, says, ono can hardly form an adequate idea of the urbanity, ease, good natiiro and true republican simplicity lliat characterize these scenes. Never was the like known before, or certainly not within Ihe memory of the present generati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Singular and Sad Fatality^*** Tho Reading Eagle records the death, by an unfortunate casualty, of another member of the Hoch family in' Richmond township. A promising.6on ol the late Joel Hoch, (whoso death by a fall from a wagon, was announced several weeks ago) 12 years of age, had the misfortune, on Tuesday, the 13th iust., while riding a horBe employed in propelling a thrashing machine, to fall into the wheehvork of ihe machine, which being in rapid motion, tore the flesh completely of one of his legs, below the knee, and fractured the bone, before he could be extricated. He survived unlil Saturday, in excruciating agony, when dealh put an end to his sufferings. Providence seems lo have marked out this family as the peculiar object of its afflictive dispensations. About a year ago, Mr. Samuel Hoch lost his life by falling from a hay-wagon; last winter the barn of Mr. Joel Hoch, with all its valuable contents, was burnt lo the ground; a few weeks since, Mr. Hoch himself fel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Gleanings froni Exchanges. EP" Troubles in Canada are brewing. We shall soon see the republican flag raised there. "Onward" is Ine cry of Freedom. ^TThe water has been let into ihe Delaware Division of the Pennsylvania Canal, and it is in navigable order; An increased business will be done this seasonrit is expected, upon Ibis branch of our public improvements. E51 * A.salmon weighing twenty-two pounds, was recently served up at Ihe table of the Tremont House, Boston, and coslthe proprietors $50. A nice little snm for one item of eatables on a public table. n5**The following is a true copyofa letter received by a schoolmaster near Montrose, Pa.— Cur, as you are a man of nolegs .I intend to inter my son into your skull. I am, etc. O^The largest artificial fountain in the world is at Chalworth. It shoots up almost like lightning, a column of water, 267 feet high, more than one hundred feet higher than Niagra Falls and about fifty feel higher than the Bunker Hill Monument. Eff"Ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

To Remove Slumps' l'rocureaury rea-elm lever,about twenty feet long, and about six to eight inches in diameter,—also, a good stout log-chain, wilh two yokes of oxen, this is all the machinery necessary, except a good ox-driver. Tho mode of operation is thus; wrap the chain around the stump a little above the ground, and make what is called a log-hitch; lay the lever horizontally on the ground, the large end next to the chain and against the slump make the loose end of the chain fast to this end of the lever, drawing it tight against the slump, the cattle are hitched to the small end of the lever, and driven, areund the stump in a circle, of which the lever is the radius. One revolution of the oxen around the slump will generally twist it out of the ground, or loosen it so that ii may be hauled out by ihe oxen when hitched to the log-chain around the stump.—Bui should not the power of this machine be sufficient lo move the stump, the side roots may be uncovered and cut parlly o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Gen. Taylor's Benevolence. A Washington letter-writer tells the fol lowing story of Gen. Tnylor : — A venerable white headed man, 105 years old, having tottered up to the White House, early in the morning, had the good fortune to meet the President almost at the " threshold, The centenarian introduced himself; told Gen. Taylor that he was feeble, and that his blood was almost dried up in his veins,' for the snows of one hundred and five winters, and the effects of hard service in tho wars of our country, had left him but a short remnant of his long and eventful life. General Taylor, moved by the patriarchal years and voice, and simplicity of the man, shook him warmly by the hand and said: "Well, grandfather, I am glad to see you. Have vou been tobrcakiast t„ The old man rephed that he had hot. "Well, then, you must come and take some breakfast wjih me."—. "No, your time is too precious. I desired only to pay you my respects; and . I shall gel a breakfast at the market house,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Later from Santa Fe. In tel ligence from San la Fe to Feb. 2d, has been received at Independence, Missouri. — The Republican contains letters from Taos, which represent the winter as having been so very severe, that Col. Freemont, while passing through one of ihe mountain gorges, IobI 130 mules in one night. Being then left on foot, he came to the conclusion that it was impossible to proceed further, and finally he dispatched three men to seek the nearest settlement and procure succor. — This parly not returning in twenty days, Col. Fremont started himself for Taos, distant 350 miles, where he arrived in nine days. Major Beale immediately dispatched a party of dragoons, with mules and provisions , to relieve Col. Fremont's men. - Col. Fremont, though much emaciated and worn out by anxiety and ihe deprivations to which he had been subjected, accompanied the dragoons. The sufferings of the parly are represented hava been so very great that Ihey were even reduced to the necessity...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 29 March 1849

Mechanics Wives- Speaking of the middleranks, of life, a good wri'er observes ^ : "There we behold woman in her glory; not ;\ lioil lo carry sillc and jewels ; not a puppet to bo flattered by profane adoratiuu—reverenced to-day, discarded .to-morrow; always jostled ciul ul the place which nature and prcie'.y would assign tor her. by sensuality or contempt, admired but not respected; desired but liQl esteemed ; ruled by passion not afiecliou ; imparting her weakness, not her constancy, to the sex she could exalt; the source and mirror of vanity ; — we see her a wile, partakins the care and cheering the anxiety of her husband, dividing his toils by her domestic diligence, spreading cheerfulness around her; for his sake sharing the decent refinements of tho world, without being vain of them, placing all the joys and happiness in the man she loves. Asa mother, we find her the affectiojfHHH aident instructress of the children ^^^KS has tended from their infancy, t ri^^Hl to thoug...

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