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

. Population of the World. - Ine last estimate of (be population of the world is as follows: Asia, ra 585,000,000 F.urope , 235-000 ,000 Africa, 100,000,000 America, 50 ,000,000 Oceanica, 20 , 000,000 Of this number there are:— Heathen . 600 ,000 ,000 Mahometans, . 140,000,000 Jews, r 10,000,000 Roman Catholics, 130,000,000 Greek Church , 55,000,000 Protestant denominations , 62 ,000,000 By ihe above table it appears, that out of a population of a thousand millions, the Christians can claim but one-fifth of that inconceivable number.

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

Sartain s Union Magazine. We have received the April number of the above invaluable periodical, jindare not reluctant in pronouncing it one of the best numbers that the enterprising publishers have issued.— It is embellished with tu-o admirable and beautiful mezzotint engravings, Ihe ••Iiiiitirn from the Warren" and "Esmeralda," besides a number of other engravings, which contribute greatly to enhance the beauty of the magazine Its contents, prose and poetical, emanate from the pens of the best writers in the country. ¦ * » 03- It is announced, by request , in tho Washington Whig, that all applications and recommendations for the appointment of Marshals and District Attorneys must be made through the Home Department , to which they properly belong.

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

Borough Election. At an election to nil the ditterent Borough offices, held on the 2d inst., at the house Bernhard Rees, the following persons were duly elected: Bitrgess. —Maj. William Fry. : Town Council.—Nathan Dresher, Francis E. Samuels, Paul Knauss , John Nonnemaker, jr., Charles Eckert. High Constable.—Jacob Ihrie. Swperuisors. —- Anthony Laudenberger, John Hagenbuch. School Directors. — Owen Seager, Nathan Loudenschlager.

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

[From the Courier:& Enquirer, March 27. The Intemew Between tJcn. Taylor • and Clea. Scott* "On Sunday, the 18th inst., President Taylor saw General Scott in the Rev. Mr. Pine's church, and not having met with the General since the Mexican war, determined to evince by hi? reception of him that he bore no malice for what had occurred->-that however much he may have fell at the time; ine ' mode and; 1 niaiiner of taking from him all his regular troops, he was willing to forget it. Accordingly be met Gen. Scott, after the congregation was dismissed, in. the most friendly manner—shook him cordiall y by the hand, and evinced a degree of pleasure nt the meeting which could onl y have been demonstrated in a stronger manner by. publicly jembracing ! That, ho did not think was called for. The interview, in presence of the congregation, terminated bjr ' theP ' rei* ident inviting General Scott to call upon him. On the following day General Scott called at the:President'...

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

Canadian Annexation. The newspapers of Canada are actively canvassing,the merits of annexation to the United States, as a remedy for theii .present trouble. The Montreal Witness states its view of the case thus :— 1st—Annexation would probably make all our institutions and magistrates elective. 2d—It would do away with all customhouses and smuggling along our very extended frontier, and establish free trade with the North American Continent. 3d—It would introduce the system of direct taxation for all the expenses of our own government. 4—It would introduce the American ' currency of dollars and cents, and the American postage system would be immediately extended over Canada. 5th—-It would introduce American capital freely into Canada, to erect factories, carry on manufactories, and purchase the produce of the soil ;'but we would lose all remaining advantages in Britain. 6th—It would raise the value of fixed property in Canada to a par with property similar circumstanced on the...

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

Apple Orchards. We are glad to notice, that we are getting the right class qf men to take hold of apple orchards. The subject is becoming reduced to a. science ; and a man who does not make his trees grow rapidly and produce abundantly, may possibly pass for a worthy, honest man, if not otherwise disqualified for the title, but he must be put down as a ' great ignoramus, and a most negligent slovenly manager; so far, at least, as the subject of fruit is concerned. • People who pay attention ' to their fruit trees are sure to make then bear. We have a glorious fruit soil and climate, the best on the face of the globe, and we ought to produce it in such quantities that every household should be profusely supplied witt\_the choicest varieties throughout the year. The best may be as easily raised as the worst, as the trees of such are not unfrequently tho very greatest bearers; Shrewd men, who raise fruit for sale, now generally-select one two, or at most three or four kinds, whic...

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

Storekeepers, Milleners, Farmers AND MECHANICS! WILLIAM S. WEIL'S, Wholesale Sc Retail DRY GOODS and VARIETY STORE The subscriber takes this method of informing, his frinds and the citizens generally in Alientown and its vicinity, that he has just arrived from Philadelphia and New York, with a most magnificent stock of goods, viz: Unbleached muslin from 3 to 0 cents, Bleached do. from 3 to 13 cents, best qual. Calicoes from 3 to l&i cents, Clothes from * 1,00 to $.4,00, Cassimeres from 25 cents to $1,00, do. French Doe Skin from $1 to $1,25. Alpacaand Mohair Lustre from V&h to50cts Ginghams, Linens, Lustres, 12& to 50 els. A great variety of Shawls, at all prices. Stoc ' ngs and Gloves, tij to the finest qual. Linen Cambric Hdkfs. &\ to the finest qual. Suspenders. 3, to 50 ots. Ribbons of the greatest variety ever exhibited in Alientown. Ready made shirts with Linen bosoms, from 37d to $1,50. Shirt collars 124 to 25 cts. Linen bosoms 25 lo 50 c...

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

JURY LIST, FOR APRIL TERM, 1849. OIIAND JURORS. John Romig, Lower Macungy. Chas. B. Weaver, Upper Saucon. . Charles Keck, Salsburg. Stephen Barber, Alientown. George Sieger,-S. Whitehall. David Stein, Jr.. Lynn. James Lackey, Hanover. Henry Smith, Heidelberg. Willoughby Fogel, Upper Macnngy. Stephen Keichcl, Salsburg. i Joshua Fry, Upper Saucon. Jacob Erdman, do. Daniel Stetler, Alientown. WillianfSaeger, Hanover. David Kuhns, Lowhill. John Rex, Washington. Samuel Kauflman, U. Milford. Henry Fogelman, Hanover. George Desh, Lower Macungy. Daniel Shuler, Weisenburg. Stephen Smith, Heidelberg. Thomas Ritter, Hanover. Abraham NefT, N. Whitehall. PETIT JURORS. Thomas Butz, South Whitehall John Bgge, Northampton. Thomas NeTvhard, Salsburg. Wm. Siegfried, do. Chas. L. Mohr, U. Saucon. • William Stuber, Jr.,- Salsburg. John Schahtz, N. Whitehall-E. J. Saeger, Alientown. George Sitler, Lynn. Samuel Stauffer, U. Milford. Jacob Bast, Hanover." Jonathan Reichard, Alientown. Samuel Kraus...

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

PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the Hon. J. Pnngle Jones, President of the several Courts of Common Pleas of the Third Judicial District, composed of the counties of Berks, Northampton and Lehigh, in Pennsylvania, and Justices ofthe several Courts of Oyer and Terminer and general Jail delivery, and Peter Haas, and John F. Ruhe, Esqrs., Judges of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer Mid general Jail delivery, for the trial'of all capital offenders in the said county of Lehigh. By their precepts to n\p directed, have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer and gene, ral Jail Delivery, to be holden at Allentown, county of Lehigh, on the Fifth Monday in April 181V which is the thirteenth day of said month, and continue one week. Notice is therefore hereby given to the Justices of the Peace and Constables of the county of Lehigh, that they are by the said precepts commanded to be tnete at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, of said day, with their rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations, and all other ...

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

TUI.1L ItlSTi FOR APRIL TERM 4849. .Jacob 8terner and Stephen Kiechel, vs.Michae Lazarus. • • Samuel Frankenfietd, vs. John Kratzer. Jonathan and Reuben Ncwhard, vs. Same and J Sherer. ' • " James Troxell, vs. PtSlet-Moyeri Peter Marx, vs. Daniel GUtbi Reuben Helfrich, vs. Sididrt Frankenfield and David Thomas; Peter Steckel, vs. Daniel Outh and others. David Roth, vs. George 8. Xander. Reuben Faust & wire) Vs. Jacob Seifert A wife. Peter Kline, vs. Michael Kline. The Morrison Lumber Co. vs. Yardley and Bachmait; "¦ Eckel, Spatjeler and Raiguel, vs. Peter Trexler. Catharine Grim's use, vs. Peter Schneider and Terra Tenants. Same,'vs. Heiiry Schneider Administrators of J. Schneider and Terra Tenants. Jess Up and Mborc, vs- Jonas Yerger-Stewart and Hopkins, vs. '1*1100108 WickuU Eve Licht, vs. Henry Scllersi t Thomas Craig, vs. The Lehigh Grans Iron Co. & Solomon Butt . — • Frederick Wolfi vsi Daniel Derr. ¦ Philip Mauk, vs. John Bloss. ' James While, vs. Eli Ste...

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

r ipticeB Current; —¦ :—<—n : ¦ ¦ . ' ' if ' >, ARTICLES. \ Tcr Allcnf-Bailon Vhilda. Flour. ...-. , Barrel 4.75 4 761 .4 7$ Wheat ..' . . Bush. 95 105 1.20 Rye ..... — , .- 55 66 70 Corn ...... —• 50 . 66 . Oft Oats — 27 80 8ft Buckwheat. .— 40 40 86 Flaxseed ... — 1 25 1 80 1 40 Cbvcrswd" . . — 8 00 4 00 4 00 limothyseed . — 2 50 2 76 2 60 Potatoes ... — 35 36 Oft Salt: .....— 45 45 40 Butter .... Pound 14 13 18 Lard .....— 9 10 0 Tallow .... — 0- 9 - 8 Beeswax .... — 25 25-87 Ham ..... —. "9 8 10 Flitch .... —. 7 0 0 Tow-yarn. . . -— 8 8 8 Eggs ..... Doz. * 10 10 16 Rye Whiskey Gall. 26 26 - 88 Apple Whiskey — 18 25 28 Linseed Oil. . — . 05 65 OS Hickory Wood Cord 4 SO 4 60 0 00 Oak Wood" . . •— 3 50 3 60 6 00 Egg Coal. . . Ton 3 75 4 00 4 80 Nut Coal ... — 2 50 3 00 8 60 Lump Coal. . — 8 50 2 60 2 66 Plaster .... — 4 50 4 50 2 60

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

v tmw ^^j^iD^i Great Attractions at the NCTf YOftYL STOTOS Just received from New York and Philadelphia the largest and best stock of New Goods ever offered for sale, in Lehigh county. This immense stock comprises every variety of Foreign and Domestic goods from the richest of Italian Silks to the cheapest of home manufactories. We will not enumerate a long list of Fancy and Fandangled names to our goods, but respectfully invite one and all to call and examine our beautiful stock before buying elsewhere, for this immense lot shall and will be sold, and we challenge any concern in the county to compete with us in really selling goods cheap. IS""We will'not be undersold. KERN & SAMSON. March 29. (J—2th Mackerel. .^i^ 40 half, quarter and whole ,fa=f*y=7rrvm Bbls. No. ' 1. 2. and 3. mack-HEFf^MGWere ' < JUb 'arr ' ved and will be rf|^[*™ ^fei ateold verv cheap by . KERN & SAMSON. March 20. . ^ .' .11—2m

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

Hats loir tiie reopVe \ V HIRAM Y EAGER, HATTER, Hamilton Street, Allentown Pa. WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the public in general, that he has just received from New York and Philadel phia the-latest ¦ Spring Fashion*. and will be pleased to furnish his custom* ers and all others with them at the shortest notice . His Hats for durability and finish cannot be ' surpassed by any establishment in this or any other (own in the Union His stock consists of BEAVER, NUTRIA, BRUSH, RUS3IA, CASSIMERE, MOLESKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF, LEGHORN, ' .:• STRAWHATS, MEN-& BOYS CAPS, ;. of nll'kinds, at the very lowest CashPrices. Cull anil examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. !¦ ' " ' ¦ " ¦ ' ' • • '..' i '^"Country Merchants visiting Allontown, dealing in Hats and Caps can be supplied at Wholesale prices, from one: to. dozen, such sizes as any may want.. April 5. : ' •' *- ' , fl---3m: .

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

CM10ICE Garden, Field and Flower £&. SEEDS A j$H* Ornamental Plants, \S5 TREES, SHBUBS, ROSESrGRJPE VINES, &c. For Sale at Maupay's Garden, Rising Sun Village, near Philadelphia, and in the Market below Sixth street, every day, a large assortment of all kinds of Seeds. Green-house & Hardy Plants, which will be sold'wholesale and retail. All orders promptly attended to by S. MAUPAY. i EP"A11 kinds of vegetable plants, &c. in season. ¦ EF'The nbove are all raised by the subscriberat his extensive horticultural grounds, where the collection can be seeiv—Plants, &c. packed to carry with safety. Address S. MAUPAY, Seedsman. Rising Sun Post-Office, Philadelp hia county. April 5. I H—2m.

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

MARRIED. On the 25lh ull., by the Rev. Mr. Yncger, Mr. James Shaffer, to Miss Matilda Smith, both of Alientown. On the 25th ult„ by the Re?. Mr. Dubs, MtrPcter Breivogle, lo Miss Juliana Newhard, both of Heidleberg. DIED. On the 25th of March j in North White, hall, Mrs. Elisabeth Graft, in the 07 year of her age. On the 2(Jth of March, in South Whitehall, Mr. Peter Hoffman, in tho 53d year of his age* On the 80th of March, in Nazareth, Mrs. Elisabeth Bush, in the 67th yenr of her age. On the 31st of March, in Hanover, Mr. Levi Clader, in the 18th year of his age.

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

»0RIUM0FFASffl0N1 Iti AWenttfwiv. The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership, in the Fashionable Tailoring business under the firm of Stettlerlf.Qetz. They have established themselves for a short lime in the front room of John F. Ruhc, Esq., on the south .-t<li" of Humi ton strnel, in the Borough, of-Alh-nii-wii, whore they will be ready to receive their customers at the shortest notice. They have made arrangement to receive the Spring and Fall Paris and London fashions, which will enable them to dress a man off in real Buncombe style. • -STETTLER & GETZ. April 5. -1F—4w.

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

PUBLIC SALE Of Talnable Personal Property, Will be sold at public sale, on Saturday the Till of April next, at 12 o'clock at noon, at the house of Andrew Klotz, in the Borough of-Alientown, the following personal property to wit: An Iron Fire Proof, a one horse Wagon, ' Winnowing-mill, Cutting-box, two Stoves with Pipe, 1 Barrel of Whiskey, a quantity of Vinegar and Seider, 2 Cellar Window Grates, a quantity of Brick, two Shares of the Northampton Water Company, a Patent Scale with Weig hts, and a large assortment of Store Goods, and a variety of other articles too numerous to mention. GEORGE STINE, Assignee. March 29. ±—2w

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

^Dissolution partners Ijip , Notice is hereby given, that the Partnership existing under the firm of Wagner 4* Huber,jK\l\ha dissolved-by the'first of April next, and that the business will go. into othef bands . after that timev;/All personsyin. debted to the said firm will call and.make settlement, and such who have.,, demands against the said firm, will p lease present the same for settlement. : ;- , ' . ' , ' ¦ .. . .... WALTER P. HUBER. 8nrviyine Partner of Huber & Wagner. ¦ iwfcr ^^ 'v.: * • ¦ /?• ¦; ,s ' "T.. *t.e^rr a,nr r - .-S'.' " ! ' • ¦ ;¦:•'¦' :. vi'-;:i: . ; ,. ¦: .-..v-' -j -•:. .,-..,/,

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

^Dissolution Dattnetslpp The Co-partnership heretofore existing between the subscribers as J. Cook $• Co. is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the late firm, are requested to make immediate payment, and those having, claims are requested to present them to J. Ceok for settlement. WM. G.COOK, JON. S. FISH, ELIAS COOK, JON. COOK. Alientown, March 24. {—6\V

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

Last Notice Notice is hereby given, that the books of the late firm of Wugner t > ' Huber, are placed into the! hands ofthe undersigned, Justice ofthe Peace in the Borough of Alientown, for collection. Therefore, nil those, who are indebted to the late firm, will please call at my office, which is directly opposite the old stand ofthe late firm, and make payment on or before, the 1st of May next, if they wish to save costs. JOHN F. RUHE. April 5. H—Jw

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