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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

ftemoval of Store Goods Barber A* Ifoung, Respectfully inform their friends and customers, that they have recently removed their '^Jgga. Hardware Store, gH^^^gginto tnc new three story brick building on the South side of Hamilton street, directly opposite Dr. Wm. F. Danowsky ' s Drug Store, where they will constantly keep on hand, a large assortment of. Goods. coming in their line of business, and which they se!I at the lowest prices. March 22. t—Cw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Hiram Brobst, Dentist \t\ A. Weiiio'ww* fff lt Jf-A. Respectfully informs .his friends Q^g^and the public in.gcneral, that he still continues the practice of his profession in all its various branches, such as filing, .cleaning, plugging and inserting from a sing le tooth to a full set, on moderate terms. His office is in the second story, above the Store of Grim& Reninge ' r, on the Northwest corner of Market Square,.entrance. on Allen street. - ——

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Recommendation * Mr. Hiram Brobst has practiced as Dentist in this place for the last three months, and in consequence of his superior abilities in the profession, we recommend him to the public. CvBEKira Williams, M. D. L. Flentib, M. D. , N. C. Haisey, M, D. \\ Samuel B: " Price, M.D.' Nesquehohing, Pa:, AugusV gO , 1848. November 9. ' ^%-^3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

BrflDSBttffllB The books of Charles Kline, nnd'all the money due on the accounts, in-said books, have been assigned to . the subscriber.— Therefore all persons indebted in said books are requested to make immediate payment to me. Ail accounts not settled before the tenth day of April next will be put in suit. . , BENJAMIN LUDWIG. March 12. f—Ow

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

SIG.M. 20 Hogsheads of Sugar for sale wholesale and retail by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. March 22. J—Ow

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Correspondcnte of. the "Lehigh Register." From Harrisburg. Ffakkuk Hocsi, March 24, 1840. Whcugh\ — We are in the midst of the equinoctial, and the winds blow and the rain falls like all fury: conseqently every body, your humble servant included, is shut up in every body's house, bo 1 find a fine chance to address you a letter-; but if your readers are as intelligent as I take them to be , they wilt hardly thank [me for taking up your valuable space, knowing the insipid nature of Legislative gossip. The Legislature; "the wise men of the nation" — of Pennsylvania; — is going it in the way of business wffn a "perfect looseness," lest they should be forced to remain here after the 11th April, When their pay would be reduced to SI 50 per diem, and who, in the name of conscience, could think of making laws at such a salary! Who1 ? The great North Branch Bill, considered the big bill of the season, which was knocked into "pi" one day last week, has been reconsidered, and may yet p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Legislative Proceedings. Hintusncno, April 4, IS49. On motion of Mr. Johnson, Ihe Senate went into executive session and unanimously confirmed ihe nomination of John F. Rune as Associate Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of the county of Lehigh. The Bill supplementary to the act relative lo lunatics and habitual drunkards, to ihe punishment of Aldermen and Justices of the Peace, deeds, of assignment, &c, was read a third time and passed. ; The bill for the partial restoration of the capital of the Bank of Pennsylvania, was taken up on motion of Mr. DieM, and was read a second and third lime and passed. (The bill requires the Bank to pay a bonus of four per ceni, on the capital slock re-instated.) The bill for the recording of the deeds of county Commissioners in the county where the lands lie. The joint resolution providing for an amendment of the Constitution to elect judges, was considered and passed by a vote of 52 to 25. Brcadstuffs at the Wat. — The stocks of w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

¦ The Eflfects of Winter Departing. jneeame wisuom wnicn , at trie Deginning of winter, caued the increase of cold to be gradual, now orders its departure so that it diminishes by degrees, and the rigorous season insensibly verges towards an end. The sun remains longer above _the horizon, and his rays act more powerfully upon the earth; flakes of snow no longer obscure the atmosphere, and the nights only produce a white frost , which vanishes before the noon-day sun. The sky becomes serene; the fogs and vapors either disperse or are converted into beneficial Bhowers. The earth is rendered soft and p liable , and imbibes moisture; seeds begin to open out, branches which appeared dead put forth tender buds, and the blades of grass spring up out of the earth. We see nature universall y preparing to restore verdure to the fields , leaves to the trees, and the long lost flowers to the gardens. Notwithstanding the tempests, " the hail and tho yet frosty nights, she ie silentl y labo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Protection to Agriculture. President Taylor, m his 'Inaugural Address,' uses the following language : jj "It shall bo my study to recommend such constitutional measures to Congress as may ~ be necessary and proper to secure encouragement and protection to ihe great interests of Agriculture, Commerce and Manufactures." ' We are free to confess thru we are highly gratified to " find that President Taylor, in his first official address, has thus emphatically re* cognized the claims which ihe agricultural interests ha * upon the "encouragement " antl protection" of the government; for if " a stranger to our institutions were to look into Iho statue books to find out what were those interests which were of sufficient importance to be deemedf^w ' orthy of the fostering care of the general government , he could not fail to come to the conclusion that agriculture was not one of them. Washington, our first President, who presided over the Convention which formed the Constitution, dill,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Two of Our Apprentices. . The Printers are a queer set of fellows. You will find them any where and every where, in all sort of scrapes and predicaments, bul they always have ingenuity enough to work iheir way out. One of our d—l's started out a few years ago, and after travelling over the Western ' slates and sticking type in various places, he joined a corps of Kentucky volunteers and started for Mexico—got sick on the road, laid several weeks in-the hospital, was discharged and worked his way back lo New York on a vessel. He started out again, and the last we heard of him, he was preaching to the Indians. 300 miles above 8t. Louis. Although not yet 20 years old, he has taken a turn at studying law lecturing" on Temperance and making political speeches. Another of our graduates went to the Mexican war —fought gallantly in a number of bailies, helped to print an American paper in the city of Mexico, and returned unharmed. On the breaking out of Ihe gold fever, he started for Cali...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Gleanings from Exchanges* OT «Hab you got the janders, Pele 1" De white of your eyes am yellar as saffron." "Hush your niouf of dose insidious comparisons, Sambo. I'se got the Kallumfornia gold fever." QT A negro being.asked if he knew who E Pluribus Unum was, replied: "I don't adzackly know de gemmen myself, but reckon as how he is one of 'em, as he hab bis name on all de drums." ( Eg""A bill to call a Convention to revise the Constitution, has passed both branches of the Legislature, and become a law. CSTSome 3000 persons have crossed the Isthmus Since the California emigration commenced. iy There are now in lbe penitentiary at Blackwell's Island, 1400 convicts, consisting of 400 white men, 300 black men, 200 black women, and 500 .white women.- The prison is re» markably healdiy. ' . Eg?" George W. McCulloh, was appointed Postmaster at Fostburg, Allegheny county,'Maryland, vice John J. Keller. '" E7" Nine tons of Gold, or $4,500,000, it is reported in London, is coming \iometrot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

A Useful Invention. We had a:i opportunity yesterday of witnessing a new and most important invention , from the prolific mind of our fellow citizen, Mr. T S. Speak man, in the shape of a hydrant , which allows no ivuier to run to waste. It is, and always has lircn, a subject ot great complaint on the pari nl property imners and tenants, hiii ' ihe Hasie mm cr. which nm*' find its way ohit'MI.pip ctery iiinp iht» hidrxnt i.-u-i-i , iijuiipV dip I iininiioh walh- m li.ili'ii ^.hi •> HiaKpsnVp ¦ t-ilalf <l«ili'[>. iI|mi;:ii ea! tp. tn d unheal hy. '^, eakimu. h.ishn ii|.ui. apian which nliiiae.-. line diliii uliy t oiiiple ply. I.i a lini nl n Mon tip has MitiMiiiu-d a bra*- chaud cr n. ttip htntniii nf hie hydrant it vulve in.deniea'li This valve ir kepi slim b y the ht-nd tit water. A pi-tnu. wnrkiiu in ai.d ti-iim; clm-ely io iIip chamfer, oppns the talve, and allows ihe » atpr in inn. When dip pimt-ii is iliuwn up, the valve clones, and a sullii:;pticy t,( r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Ballooa Ascension and Explosion. At New Orleans on the Uthult., M. Victor Verdale, a Frenchman, announced that he would ascend with his balloon at 4 o 'clock, not as is customary, in a cart but attached to the balloon by a rope, his "feet to heaven, head lo earth," and so ascending, would perform some most wonderful serial feats, which hs did. The afternoon was exceedingl y favorable for the daring aeronaut, but an accident occurred as he started which placed him in great danger, as the event showed. It seems that when all was ready for the ascent, nnd the word was given to let go, a rent of some four feet ' -was made in the balloon b y getting foul of n post. 3'he gas commenced escaping, the balloon at ie same time rising majestically, and Ver dale going through his novel performances, to the great delight of the assembled multitude.-' The balloon did not rise, to a very great height, but wentofTsteadilyin a northern direction, ihe gas all the time making its- escape. On arrivi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

From Washington—Appointments. Wmiiikotox, April 2,1849. Alexander Ramsey, ex-member of Congress from Pennsylvania, has been appointed Governor of Minesota, in consequence of the declination of Ex-Governor Pennington. The'Rev. Robert Allen, of Kentucky, graduate of the West Point]Academy, and recently Professor of Transylvania University, has been appointed post-office agent at California, vice Wni. Voorhees, removed. Gen. Wilson, of Missouri, appointed Navy Agent at San Francisco ^ Wm, Squires, recently a large contributor of Indian antiquities to the Smithsonian Institute, has been appointed Charge des Affaires to Gaulemala, vice Elijah Hise. Captain Payne, of Texas, has'been appointed military storekeeper at Galveston. It is also understood that Mr. Sherman has been appointed U. S. Marshal of New Jersey, and also that Mr. SCubbs has been superseded in Ihe State department by Mr. Butler. A company of sixty-four persons have just left in the cars via Baltimore, for California....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Col. Fremont—Santa Fee * 8t. Loon, March 30,1849. We have received news from Santa Fo to the iJolh of Februory. Colonel Fremont had arrived there on his way to California, taking Cook's route. He lost eleven men in the mountains from the severity of the Wrather. We have only three of the names —Wise of St. Louis, and King and Preup of Washington. The name of llie latter will be recollected as having been frequently mentioned by Col. Fremont, in.the narrative of his first expedition. Col. Fremont did not reach tbe top of tho mountains from the vicinity of which the last accounts received by Col. Benton left him. He was compelled to retire to tho valley where the snow fell to tho depth of thirty or Jorty feet, covering up all his outfit and killing all his mules. He then left the valley and made his way through the hills, from whence he sept out a party to obtain reliefand return within a stated period. Not doing so ,Colv Fremont started afterand overtook them , in six days. He,fina...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Tcwntlup Eleotions. The fiiitiiuii.u (»•!-i-nr- one eli-t-ied on lie .6 h ill'., to till ihe ilifle P'it ulfii-es in the 'of •¦•wiij. lottiifini' '". in N'T'I nni| inn ciiniiy : /lieu—Cuni-ial Ie. Hei rj Diei>bat'h ; Jttdue. i't.oniHi.Baii; . As.-pffor.'J'iseph Biwer: Ins . e 'oir-. WiHihiii L'liitmi'h. Daniel Hiery ; Akmi--anl Ai>r«M-«rn. Ge^r ye flower, J.u-i b Mtllvr; SupeiviMHh. John Kle|ipii>t>er. I'eei l.anluirli; Amli'or. Jiiridi Barr; Clerk. Ji)«P|>h Klep: inyer Iklhlehem.—t'r.iih. ' uMp.Owen \\ euvet; .luiljie. Philip Win driiy ; AM-eci-or; Ph. N. \\ nidrinii: IncpK'loin. (.Iiurlfti Hrw, . 'n'e/'ii Wemu I.; AM.ii.iMit Anffi-Miit., Leopold Kliiii, Jotepli B. Jim ei>: Srhiml IJirer orf. Ghi ruv Al<»pr, I ha* \Wii\i- : ?ii|>prvi8nri. Lew Hid Knj.1"). Dxnii' Meyert j Aiulnnr , Fredeiie Fraukei.fielil ;(.'!• rV J. ( level. Jhmofer— rnnrtiiMp, George S1 iil^r. F fln-!'er. a ^ liew i': Jti j*-. ?t.|i t.(.| C Shin in : AsMv-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Allentpwnj Fa. THUB8PAY, APRIL § , ~J849. Circulation near 3QOO. V. B. PALMER, Esq., N. W. corner of Third and Chesnut streets, Philadelphia, and 160 Nassau street, (Tribune Buildings,) New York, is our authorised. Agent for-receiving advertisements and subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting and receipting for the same. •-'¦ '/¦ •¦ ¦ ¦'; __ ^adUaljippqintment. —John F. Huhe, Esq., of Alientown, nominated by Gov. Johnston, as an Associate Judge, of Lehigh county, in the p lace of the Hon. Jacob Dillinger , whoes term of office expired on Ihe 14ih of March last , was on Fruiay'last unanimously confirmed by the Senate. BrThe "Moving'' Folks are stirring about with great alacrity—and what with the passing to and fro of wagons, furniture cars, hand-barrows, &c., laden with all sorts of household truok, onr town is at present in a hopeful lively state. There will be a good many changes in domicils made this season , for better or for worse. Wishing all parties...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Courting with one Car. A singular circumstance that happened quite recently in this vicinity, has been related to us, and as our informant has placed us under no injunction of secrecy, we presume we are at liberty to tell it. A young man had been in the habit, for some time, of paying his addresses to the daughter of a wealthy though rather illiberal Farmer, contrary lo the desire of the latter, but much to the satisfaction of ihe girl. Although repeatedly requested to "keep his distance" he went there last Sunday, and after being in the room a short time, the Father entered with a gup, which he pointed at Ihe lover and told him he could now take his choice, either to lose his life .or one of his ears. The poor fellow was half frightened to death by such an unexpected salutation, and of course replied that he would prefer parting with one of his ears; when the old gentleman deliberately pulled a razor out of his pocket, and in an instance one of his hearing organs was severed from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

From Panama* We have been permitted to make the following extract from a private lelfer Received in,this city, dated Panama,.February 18th. From this it appears, that the writer does not find the expenses ol living at all extravagant and that he thinks much more favorable of the Isthmus and the people thereof, than some of those who have written frotathat region: '.' ¦" ,';' . ' ;: "I pay for my roem fifty " cents per diyi the same as in New York; beef steak, coffee and bread for breakfast, twenty-five cents; dinner, about as much more; making about 1 dollar per day. The martlet I visited this morning. Oysters, fresh fish and beef, are cheaper than in New York. About 680 passengers have sailed from here to California: I enjoy the climate beyond what I can express, and am quite vexed at the stories told about the Isthmus as to food ; they ore false. Flour js $20 per barreJ, and of course bread is dear. The people here are very kind and obli ging. Some of their priests stood at the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 5 April 1849

Worthy of Notice. Hydrophobia, says the Pottstown Ledger, has of- late years become quite common among the canine race, and a preventitive of the disease has often been sougttt for. A number of our subscribers certif y to the fact "that they have known instances where owners of dogs have had the "Worm," taken from under their tongues, when'becoming mad, (which is rarely the caso) could neither bileordo damage ," and that "they also believe that when dogs have undergone this^pBration , in many instancesr'they never become mad from the bite of a rabid animal , they therefore take .great pleasure, in recommending to all owers of valuable dogs , to have the "worm" taken out , as a safeguard to the community, and a great security against Ihe losses of human and animal life, occasioned by lbe spread of this fatal disease, from lime lo lime."

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