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

New Transportation Company. At a meeting of the stockholders of the Trenton and Lehigh Transportation Company, held at Trenton, on Saturday, tho 24th inst., the following persons were elected directors to serve for the ensuing year: Jonathan S. Fislr, Jonathan Cook, Joseph G. Brearley, John A. Weart, and Elias Cook. The ' directors then met and elected Joseph G. Brearley, President, Jonathan S. Fish, Treasurer, Robert C.Bclville Secretary ; A resolution was passed by the Board, authorizing Jonathan Cook to act as General Superintendent of the business of the Company and to make contracts &c. 8tc. On Monday last the above company dispatched the following boats, being the first lor the season, Iheir destination being Philadelphia :— General Taylor, Buena Vista and Gen. Scott. The proprietors of this company have, made every arrangement to prosecute their business very extensively this season.

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

Important Invention. Mr. Suell, of Bethlehem, says ihe Easton Whig, has invented a new and ingenitis machina for which he has obtained a patent, li forms ladies' and gentlemen's gaiters, half garters and short boots without seemB, at tho same time producing any size required, in all iheir proportions, so as to fit with the greatest nicety and exactness. The machine will form any of the materiels in general use ; such as patent leather, calf, kip, men's morocco, split leather or anything woollen. It dispenses with the knowledge of boot cutting and more than half the binding. Such is the simplicity that any person unacquainted with ihe business can use it. — We are informed it will reduce patent leather boots lo one third iheir usual cost. A full description of the machine will be given at some future timo.

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

If Dis Tail Come Out. Two darkies in the West went out to hunt o possums, &c, and by accident found a large cave, with quite a small entrance. Peeping in, they discovered three young bear whel p* in the Interior. "Look henh; Sam, while I go in dar, and gets de young bare, you jest watch heah for de olebar." Sam got asleep in the sun, when, opening his eyes he saw tho old bear scouring her into the cave. Quick as wink he caught her by the tail and held on like biases. _ -. "Hello dnrf" said Jumbo in the cave, hollo, dar, Sam, what dark do hole d»j !«« - "Lor bress ' yon, Jumbo, rave yourself^ honey, if dis tail come out/you'll find put what dark do hole!" . .... ¦ ¦ ¦,

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

The first of April. As the general "moving time" draws near, many of our subscribers in town and country will be changing their places of residence.— All such are requested to notify us. immediately upon their removal , where they wish their papers sent in future. The Begister can be forwarded regularly to almost every portion of Lehigh and the adjoining counties, either through the mail, or by our carriers ; so thai no subscriber who "moves" need do anything more > than to inform us of the fact , to insure him the punctual receipt of his paper, as usual.

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

Borough, of Bethlehem- The election on Friday, the 16th instant, terminated in the election of the following gentlemen for the different offices * . Burgess, C. F. Bleck ; Council, P. II. Goepp, Aaron George, J. T. Borlick , for 3 years, and Matthew Brown, for 1 year; Constable, August Belling; Assessor , J. C. YVebor : Assistant Assessors , J. T. Borhek, Amos Bealer; School Ditors , George Reich, J. C. Weber; Auditor, H. D. Bishof; Judge, John Oerter; William Bush, sen. William Luckenbach.

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

Allentown, Fa. THURSDAY, MARCH 89, 1849. Cifculatjon near 3QOO V. B. PALMER, Esq., N. W. corner of Third and Ohesnut streets, Philadelphia, and 169 Nassau street, (Tribune Buildings,) New York, is our authorized Agent for recei v ing advertisements and subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting ahdreceipting for live same. » ¦ '. ¦ »

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

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

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

' •jVroui'the Boston Evening Traveller. Latest from California. We stated in Friday's Traveller, that we . 'had seen a private letter from Son Francisco, dated January 20lh, which contained statements in respect lo the ^rold mines, exceeding, if anything, the marvellousness of former accounts. It having been very courteously suggested by one of our contemporaries, that the whole thing was a deception, we now publish the letter entire—with a single exception—and with the name of the writer attached. It was written to a relative in this city, and there is no room to doubt its authenticity. The original letter is in our possession. It is postmarked at St. Louis, and came overland, no doubt; but *b y what particular route, we are not informed. There is no impossibility or improbability in a letter reaching us in 55 days from San Fnrbcisco. We are informed that a person was in this city on Saturday, who left San Francisco on the 23d of January! The exception to which we have allude...

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

mmw (&©©id© a Great Attractions at the "NEW \r OT\^ ST(yRT&. Just received from New York and Philadelphia the largest and best stock of New Goods ever offered for sale, in Lehigh county. This immense slock comprises every [ Variety of Foreign and Domestic goods from Munich est of Italian Silks to the cheapest of NHL manufactories. g flwe will not enumerate a long list of rmgey and Fandanglcd names to our goods, Bui respectfully invite one and all to call and examine our beautiful stock before buying elsewhere^ for this imm ;i-e lot shall and will be sold, and we chal.encre any concern in the county to compete with us in really selling goods cheap. ¦ E3?*Wc will noi be undersold. KERN & SAMSON. March 29. t—2m Mackerel. jnrra-. 40 half, quarter and whole (Z ^*=! -JPgg Bbls. No. 1. 2. and 3. mackftt'" CRffiraL' 're' ' J ust ar " Vl'd ,,m 'w '" be jJMt^ASsfcgj^ ^uld very cheap by KERN & SAMSON. March 29. 1—2m Sugar & Molasses. All kiiids ' o...

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

Arrfral of the Canada. The importations of breadstufls from the United States during the last fortnight, have been unusually large, prices for all descriptions have been in favor of ihe buyers. There is a large supply of Wheal and Flour, Indian Corn and Meal iu the market, and large quantities are being warehoused, purchases are made merely to supply immediate wants. These remarks will apply to all the leading corn markets, throughout the kingdom. At Liverpool, on the 9th, while Wheat was sold in small quantities at 6s lOd a 7s 2d. Southern Flour 25s 9d n 2«s; Western Canal, 25s a 25s 6d; Philadelphia and Baltimore, 24s Od a 25s 3d. Best Northern yellow Corn 29s Od, and mixed 28s 6d per quarler. Meal is quoted at 13s a 14s per bbl. FR ANCE-The French Goverrr ffient continues to gather strength, and there is evidently a growing disposition on the part of the nation to crush any attempt at public disorder. Upon the whole, the prospects of tranquility are more fawn-able than they...

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

Gen. Taylor and Mr. Dodisco. The day before yesterday the Russian Minister, Boyar Bodisco, had a special audience of Gen. Taylor, for the purpose of congratulating him on his accession to the Presidency. His speech, and the reply to it from Gen. Taylor, were published in the Washington Intelligencer. Mr. Bodiscocommenced: Mr. President :—Remarkable mjlitary deeds, accomplished amidst trying difficulties and enhanced by great modesty, have brought lo the knowledge of the American people your high qualifications. Your energy and your wisdom have been deservedly appreciated and magnificently rewarded by the Supreme Magistracy to which the choice of a great nation has elevated you. The conservative principles you have proclaimed, and the assurances you have g iven, will be everywhere accepted as pledges of Peace, and all interested in the welfare of the Union must sincerel y wish that the success of your Administration should completely correspond to your good intentions and devot...

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

. Minesola. . The act organizing this new Territory, bounds it-on the north b y the British possessions, east by the State of Wisconsin and the Mississippi river, south by Iowa, and west by the Missouri and Whitenrth rivers. Provision is made for the-division of the Territory, ifCongress see fit. The government is to be organized in the usual manner, consisting of a governor, secretary, and legislative assembly. The two former hold office for four years. The last consists of a council elected every two years, and an assembly chosen annually, on the principle of universal suffrage. All laws enacted by this body are to be submitted to the U. S. Congress, and if disapproved, are annulled. The act contains the usual provisions for a territorial judiciary establishment. The governor's salary is fixed at $1500, but he receives $1000additional us Superintendent of Indian Affairs. The salary of ihe Secretary and each of the Judges is $1800. The per diem of members of the Legislature...

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

DIED. Un bunuay evening, March the loin, at Cntasauqua, Maria, onl y daughter of Owen and Caroline Rice, aged 10 years, 10 months nnd 14 days. ES^In her death the community has been thrown into deep gloom, so universally was she beloveil, in this truly afflicting dispensation ol an all wise Providence. Her parents have lost a dutiful and affectionate daughter—the church lo which she was attached, a truly consistent and exemplary member — the sabbath school at Catasauqua, a faithful teacher, gnd her numerous relatives and friends, a kind and agreeable componiou. It may be truly said of her lhat "None knew her but to love, None named but lo praise.1 ' But they have the consolation lo know that their loss is bill her gain. '-Truly ihe memory of the just is blessed." In Towamensing, Carbon county, on the 21st of February, Mr. Paul Soult, a Revolutionary soldier, aged 01 years. He was tho father of ri children, and had 60 grand, and 57 great grand children. On the 21 st inst., in S...

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

« m. The Lion's Leap. Once when 1 was travelling in Nemaqua-Land, I observed a spot thai was imprinted with at least twenty spoors of marks of the lion's paw; and as 1 pointed them out, a Nemaqua chief told me that a lion had been practicing his leap. On demanding an explanation, he said, that if a lion sprang at nn animal, and missed it by leaping short, he, would always go back to-where hcattjajjal from and practise the leap, so as to 4^flH| cossful on another occasion; and he U^BoS lated to me. the following anecdote, HHoS lhat he was an eye-witness lo ihe iucraHEs 1 was passing near the end of a crag^l hill, from which jutted outa smooth rock, of from ten-to twelve feet, when I perceived a number of zebras galloping around it, which they were obliged lo do, as the rock beyond was quite steep. A lion was creeping towards the rock to catch the mala zebra which brought up the rear of the heard. The lion sprang, and missed his mark; he fell short, with onl y his head over th...

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

Value of Honesty. An old trader among the Northern Indians, who had some yenrs ago established himself on the Wissc-Va, tells a good story wilh a moral worth recollecting, about his fir:-! trials of trading with his red customers. The Indians, who evidently wanted goods, and had both money (which they called shu-ne-ah) and furs, flocked about his store, and examined his goods, but for some lime, bought nothing. Finally, their chief, wilh a large body of his followers, visited him, and accosted ^ hiui With—"How do, Thomas ; show me goods; 1 take four yard calico, three coon-skins for yard ; pay you by 'mby —to-morrow ;" received his goods and left. Next day, he relumed with his whole band, his blatikeisstulfed wilh ' conn-skins. "American man, I pay now ;" with'lhis, he began counting out the skins, until he. had handed him over twelve. Then alter a moment's pause, he offered the trader one more, remarking, as he did it: "That's it." "I handed it back," said the trader, " tel...

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

MARRIED. On the 2-lth of March, by the Rev. Mr. Walker, Mr. Thomas J. Halbach, lo Miss Salema Ochs, both of East Allentown. . On the 4th of March, by the Rev. Mr. E. A. Bauer, Mr. Henry Remrly, of Mahoning to Mrs. Polly Stein, of Lehigh county. On the 18th of March, by the Rev. Mr. Yaeger, Mr. Eli Eshbach, to Miss Lucy Ann Gangewcr, both of Upper Saucon. At the same time, by the same, Mr. Peter Bauer, of Bethlehem, to Miss Cecilia Marstcllcr, of Allentown. On the 11th of March, by the Rev. Mr. Schindel, Mr. Reuben German, to Miss Leah Housman, both of Heidelburg. By the same, Mr. John Fahringer, to Miss Julia Muse, both of Macungy. By the same, Mr. Charles Greenawalt, to Miss Caroline Hausman both of Lowhill. By the same, Mr. Charles K. Moscr, to Miss Eliza Mink, both of Macungy. By the same, Mr. Elias Moser, of Lowhill, to Miss Sabina Peter, of Heidleburg. By the same Mr. Aaron Gaumer, to Miss Mary A Schmoyer, of Macungy. By the same, Mr. Peter IFeida to Miss Susan Baer, of N...

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

Prices Current. ARTICLES. | Per AUent.Easton Philda. Flour Barrel 4 75 4 761 4 75 Wheat .... Bush. 95 1 05 1 20 Rye — 55 65 76 . Corn — 60 65 06 Oats — 27 .80 35 Buckwheat. . — 40 40 58 Flaxseed ... — 1 25 I 30 1 40 Cljvcrseed . . — 8 00 4 00 4 00 'I i.-nothyseed . — 2 £0 2 75 2 50 Potatoes ... — 35 35 65 Salt — 45 45 40 Butter . . . , Pound 14 12 IS LarJ — 0 10 0 Tallow .... — 8 9 8 Beeswax ... — 26 25 27 Ham — 9 8 10 Flitch . ... 7 ,6 0 Tow-yarn. . . | — S 8 8 E ggs Doz. 10 10 16 Rye Whiskey j Gall. 26 25 88 Apple Whiskey — \ 18 25 88 Linseed Cil. -. j — ! 05 65 66 Hickory \\r ood j Cord i 4 50 4 60 6 00 Oak Wood . . i — ! 3 50 It 50 5 00 Eg? Coal... Ton S 75 4 00 4 60 Nut Coal ... — 8 50 3 00 3 60 Lump Coal. . I — 3 50 2 50 2 65 Plaster . : . . j -— 4 50 4 50 2 50

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

PUBLIC SALE, On Easter Monday, the 9th and Tuesday the 10th of April, each day at 10 o'clock A. M.,. there will be exposed to public sale at ihe house of Joseph Kledc ' r, deceased, late of Hanover township, Lehigh county, the following articles: y horses nnd a co!t, 9 head of cattle, hogs, 2 fami wagons, 1 carl wilh harness, pleasure carriage with harness, harmss and flynet, ploughs and harrows, one'I horsV wagon, a light sleig h and wood sled, hay and wood ladders, thrashing machine wilh horse power, windmill, culling box, wheelbarrow, grain cradles, stone quarrying implements, 6 bee hives and a lot of boxes and bee baskets, grain bags, straw by the hunderd, a lot of rails, potatoes by the bushel, wheat and rye in the ground, hay by ihe ton, " a small boat, 6 barrels of cider, also vineger by the barrel, cross-cut saw, 13 share ' s of the Lehig h bridge, beds and bedsteads, bureau, tables and chairs, an 8 day clock, cupboard, watch, stove with pipe, double and single barrel ...

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

PUBLIC SALE OP PERSONAL PROPERTY Will be sold at Public sale, on Thursday the29th day of.March next, at 10 o'clock precisely, at the Jnfe residence of Samuel Zic g ler, dee'd., the following personal properly, lo wit:— Grain in the ground, straw in bundles, cow, carriage, sleigh, bureaus, 1 bedstead and bedding, desk, lookingglasses, trammels, together with a variety of other articles, too numerous to mention. Conditions made known and attendance given by ' A. K. WITMAN, ) a . C. W. COOPER \ «*"«£»«*• ALSO: At the same time and place will be sold by the. executor of ihe last will and testament of Samuel Ziegler, dee'd., the following personal properly, to wit : M om: house, sett of single harness, bees nnd hive, copper kettles, bags, 3 beds and bedsteads, chairs, bureau, clock and case, Brussell's carpet, rag carpel, seltcc, tables, stove and pipe, spade and hatchet crockery, trunks, apple-butter by the pot, saw, wood chest, clover seed, together with a variety of articles too...

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