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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Xt^' iL'd^^ The "books of Charles Kline, and all the money due on the accounts in said books, have been assigned to the subscriber. — Therefore all persons indebted in said books nru requested to make immediate payment to me. All accounts not settled before the tenth day of April next will be putin suit. BENJAMIN LUDWIG. March 12. • I—6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Greatness. '—A great man, to presevehis reputation, must not live long. New monuments of his greatness are constantly expeo ted of him. By making his past actions the heralds of his future, they raise bim to nn unattainable point. • ' i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

A Glance at Lehigh County and its Resources. - Another long winter has passed away; the birds, tho voice .of spripgf have returned to make the mountains and vales echo-again with their songs; the buds are peeping modestly from their prison-houses, ' and the .breath of spring returns lo revive ' all nature . . Though this is common to a large portion of the world, it is particularly so in this especial section ol the country through which the Lehigh runs. — The eye ' of the traveller as he approaches this region from any quarter whatever, is particularly struck with the peculiar beauty everywhere predominant; with the sublimity of Ike scenery ; with tho richness of tho fields teeming with natures fruits produced under a high slate of cttlthmtiott-j^vitltTrlhe^largeterond^-nobler-barnf: that seem to be filled to depletion; 'and finally with the air of physical comfort and prosperity universally prevalent. To the individual.who has been accustomed lo the close air, pale faces , a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

'--- ' '-.'-, •-' . _ ¦ "-'. ' .J ' ..- ,-IM J.I , IIII.W, (From the Philadelphia Daily Sun.) Arrival of the Niagara. / ¦ i .. . or. JOUK, April 6, 1843. / The Niagara, Capt. Ryrt ' e, with two week laterintelligcnce from all parts of Europe, arrived nt ~ Ha|ifai, yesterday, at :) o' clock, P. M. Our Express started at half-past 3, and arrived at St. John's at quarter-post 8 this morning. The news by the arrival, presents European politics in a more threatening aspect than at any previous period during the past year, and its importance, not less than its ex ' citing interest, predominates over all other ' intelligence. There has been no improvment in the trade? for Breadstuff's, since the advices by the Canada. In fact prices at all the -leading markets have continued to recede, but low as they are now, purchasers still hojd o&, from a conviction that they have not reached the bottom. There has been no determination in the extent of employment in the manufacturing dist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Legislative Proceedings. Hiiuusncnn, April 11,1849. An act changing the mode of electing the.officers of Ihe Springhouse^onhampton Town and Bethlehem turnpike road company, was read a second and third time and passed. ' Mr. Matthias WTered an amendment requiring every person applying for a license, to present to ihe county Treasurer the irritten consent of the owner ofthe premises, to his keeping a tav-! em; which was agreed to. v ' Mr. Brooke moved an amendment, that any i one selling liquor without a license, shall upon | a second conviction be imprisoned for a term not ! exceeding three months; agreed to. ( The Deputy Secretary of the Commonwealth j being introduced, presented a message from the I Governor nominating certain gentlemen as pres-JTdem juuscs and associate judges. " On motion of Mr. Johnson, the message was referred to the Committee on Executive Nominations, who obtained leave to sit during the session ofthe Senate. In a short time thereafter, the committtee ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

An Excellent Regulation. The following isan extract from an Act passed by the Legislature of Wisconsin , during its recent session : "Sec. 7. The town clerk of every town shall take for ihe use of the town , one copy of each newspaper printed in Ihe county in which such town is located, which papers shall bq safely preserved wilh the books of the town, and bound in volumes; as shall be directed by ihe supervisors ofthe town." Every person who knows the value and interest which an old file of newspapers possess, will readily perceive the utility of the regulation prescribed in the >ection above quoted.— The county newspaper contains a faithful and conligious record of all mailers of local iriteroM transpiring within iu district. ft has been ap'ly called a concise history ofthe times, in which every event of a public nature, is duly tif.'.ed ; :¦ .:.-.! allhonah few subscribers take the :!uul-:e :o invicrie the numbers as they are issued, anil liave them bound in book-form, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Surgical Opcraliotr. We have heard of some bold attempts, made, lately to render, surgeTy subservient lr> the cure of that terrible and distressing malady, epilepsy, which cannot but prove interesting to the public as well as to the medical profession. The new mode of treatment consists in obliterating the calibre of one or both-common carotid arteries by means of ligature.— These trunks, transmit the blood which supplies the head ' and-cerebral membranes,and by arresting so large a current from the brain, it is expected, that the morbid influence will be starved or. altered. Should this remedy prove as successful in ameliorating-certain, forma- of this comp laint as the results already promise, it may. unveil the obscurity which, at prese.nt.involves the nature of epilepsy. Two cases,- we understand, haw Heem operated on in New York; one by Drs. Pasker and the other by Dr. Molt. The result in both cases has been very satisfactory so far. Dr. Murrough, of this eky, in the p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Miraoulous Escape. .On Monday the Sd insl.,says the Carbon Democral, as Mr. Charles Packer, of Nesqnchoning, in .. company wilh another person, was descending the plain of . Messrs. Packer & Doughlas, above rhis place, wilh a train of trucks, they became somewhat unmanageable; and commenced moving wilh considerable rapidity. Mr. Packer's assistant becoming frightened, leaped off, leaving their enlfre management to himself. Ot course, his power was unequal 10 the task, and they came thundering down threatening destruction to everything befow. When near the bottom they ran off the track, and striking a piece of wood at the very verge of a precipice, Mr. P. was thrown from his position over the wall, and singular to relate, alighted, some twenty-five feet below, erect on his feet, on an upright 3 inch plank^^Wilhrgreal-presencer^f-nriTrdrsTrpposiirg" the trucks above were about coming down upon him, another bound placed him beyond harm's danger. The cars, however, remaine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Isopathy. Some of tho newspapers mention, wntiishly or otherwise, a newly-invented mode of trealingdiseases.said to he nf German origin, which rejoices in the Greek name of Isopathy. We have now Homeopathy, Allopathy, Hydropathy, and Isopathy, and how many more opaline* we do not know. The first is Hahneman's system of curing by administering infill ilesmal doses, the thousandth or ten thousandth part ol a grain, or less, and cures are sometimes effected — ihe remedy operating, we fancy, through the medium of the imagination, rather than upon Ihe physical pan of the system. The second is the regular practice , about which we need nol say anything—indeed we do not know much. The third is the cold-water eure ka* practised by Prieeniiz, its iuvemer. or perfecter rather, and his followers, who. are pretty numerous, both in Europe and America. By this method many wonderful are undoubtedly effected ; but to undergo the process as renovation , for old obstinate chronic diseases, requires...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

ksin ionnecnuuiinc /emncrais \ Gleanings from Exchanges.' r ^ , L anu rrce Soilers untiled elected three members of Congress and the Whigs one. In ihe Senale and House the Whigs have a small majority. C5*Bulter sells in Cincinnati at 20 cents per pound, ,iml eggs al 7 cents per dozentSr^What two numbers are those, if added together amount to 7, and if one be multiplied by ihe other the product is II ! We "pause for a reply." Eff-A tilt-hammer, weighing six tons, was lately cast successfully al Sample's Foundry, near Cincinnati. ESP" A "down east" editor asks his subscribers to pay up, lhat he may play a similar joke upon his creditors. EyThe Buffalo Commercial says that George Washington was on trial on Wednesday, before Judge Sill of that city,on a charge of assault and battery, with an attempt 10 kill William Henry Harrison. f&~S. H. Warren, the Clerk of the Solicitor of the Treasury's office, ofthe United Stales, died last week. About one hundred applicants have lai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

New Judicial District. The bill erecting Berks into a separate judi-* cial district has passed both branches of our Legislature, and become a law. This will be ^-^»ood. new8 to the people of Berks, ami will neatly tend to facilitate the legal business of that county. By the provisions of the bill, Lehigh anil Northampton are to constitute the old district, over which Judge Jones is to preside. Berks is to. be the 23d district, over which David F. Gordon, Esq., of Reading, has been appointed to preside. The new arrangement will probably go into effect after the adjournment ofthe April sessions. ___ , m » . , ' ¦ ¦ The Plough, Loom and Anvil. Wehnve already received from the publishers the April number of the Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil. It continues to bo what its title — indicates, the great expounder of ihe Agricultural and Manufaeluring interests of our country, lis purpose is to keep the reador advUod of all really neiv and valuable discoveries anil improvements in the impl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Newsjjapers. Every subscriber Isaptto think that a newspaper is printed for his special benefit , and if he finds nothing in it at one time that suits him , he thinks it good for nothing. There are but few papers that do not contain something of use to the subscriber. From the testimony of every one of our correspondents, wo can say that our readers always find something lo 6uii them in every number. We endeavor to make our paper one of facts, and although there may be nothing in one number to suit some subscriber, yet, when Ihey place it on file , it will happen somehow or other, that they will have to refer to some article in that very number, for. information on seme subject which caine not under their cognizance before. We have deaths and marriages in our columns because people like to read litem, and we have sluiios because some people preler them from other leading mailer; we discuss not politics, but our colunib nre always open for calls of. meetings &c, lor both po...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Gen- Tom Thumb. ' This remarkable personage -will make hi? appearance1 in Allentown , on Monday ihe 16ih init., and remain in this place for two days on-\fir The General is 17 years old and only 28 inches high, and has Uavellud through the whole of Europe. Re will appear in various character^such as Napoleon, Frederic the Gieru. will dance, sing, and go through various other amusing performances, during the exhibitions. Wd would invito the citizens of Allentown and vicinity to give tho General a.call, as it is the first time, we believe, he ever visited our place. For further particulars see advertisement in another column. . Howes and Co's Circus-This splendid Company, being the largest and most extensive thai travels the United Slates, conhists of two huadred and filly men and horses, and requiring 40 carriages to convey their performers, musicians, &c, will make its grand entree into Allentown, on Wednesday, tho 18lh itiBt., between the houra ol 10 and II, A. M., and , ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

(El)e £el)tgjj flcgtstcr. Alientowrij l*a. " TJrWB ' AYTfl ' PBIL " f?, ~~ 18M Circulation near gQOO. _ V. B. PALMEK, Esq., 5f7w. corner or Third and Chesnu't streets, Philadelphia, and 169 Nassau street, (Tribune Buildings,) New York, is our authorized Agent for receiving advertisements and subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting and receipling for the same. EST Messrs. J. D. Boas, of the Senate, and Joseph Laubach, of ihe House, will accept our thanks for valuable Legislative Documents. _ < «. »-i—i Commitment. On Monday lart, a young girl about 18 years x>£ age, named Lucy Knaitss, of Salisbury township, Ihis county, was commilled lo jail, on the charge of having attempted to poison the family of Mr. Joseph Reinhard, of Upper Saucon. As the mailer will come up for trial at " our next Courl, we refrain from making any further remark of the case.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Murder.—The Bradford Democrat of the 15th ult., notices the recent murder by a man named Corbin, of Orwell, in Bradford county, of a pari nf his family. He in the absence of his wife collected all his cattle, &c, into the barn and closed all the avenues to prevent escape, and then set fire to it. He then returned to the house, where two of his children, the eldest 17, were in b?d and supposed to be asleep, deliberatelely cut their throats, and after setting fire to the house, with the same razor cut his own throat. Sulmim Trout?— Wc learn from the Lowell L'diiriei, that the salmon trout laken in Mooseliead Lake, during the past season, amounting to about twelve tons, having brought the fisherman on its borders, the snug sum of $2000 and over. It would take a great many of our delicious brook trout to make twelve tons, but the Moosehead fish are generally of a most extraordinary si2e-They are as yellow and almost as rich as a burnished lump of California gold. Numbers have ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Liquidating our Stale Debt We learn from the Harrisburg Union lhat a citizen of eastern Pennsylvania, has writted a letter to a member of the Senate, proposing a novel scene for the liquidation of tbe State.debt. He says that our taxes are already too onerous to bear increase ; lhat the debt of $40,005,000 was incurred for public improvements that benefit the western Slates more than they do us. He proposes mat our Legislature pass a bill organising a company of 600 men to go to California and collect gold dust for the Commonwealth; that Ihis company be allowed 50 per cent, on the amount collected and be under the official protection of ihe State, and Ihis gold constitute a sinking fund for payment ofthe debt. ' Of course the preliminary expenses for outfit, &c. must come out of ihe public treasury. Huzza, boyi! there will be an end of taxation—as soon as we can chronicle the relarn of the S00 men!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Cough Syrup.—Take Thoroughwort, Hoarhound and Pennyroyal, of each a good handful, and boil them in just watcrenough to extract the strength; then strain off ihe liquor, and add an equalquanlity of molasses, and boil until it forms a candy. Eat freely of this every time an inclination to cough is felt, and your cough will soon leave you. Mind Your Business —rIt is common advice, but not the less judicious. Who has not follies enough to answer for, without prying into his neighbor's affairs 1 Is there a man living who has not been imprudent at least once in his life ? What if that imprudent step were whispered lo the world! Would il be jusll Then seek not to uncover Ihe conceded fact. Mind your own affairs, and look into your own heart, and if you have not crimes and follies enough to answer for, here's our head for a football.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

Governor of Minesota.—We have the notification ofthe appointment ofthe Hon. Alexander Ramsey as Governor of ihe Territory of Minesota.— Mr. Ramsey is a gentleman of energy, and will, we have no doubt, prove highly acceptable to Ihe citizens of the territory. — ***" ' E?"Thc shock of an earthquake was felt at New Bedford and Dortmoulb,,v ass., on Friday evening lam,, accompanied by souad rcscrablingdistant louader.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

California. — A gentleman writing from San Francisco, places the richness of ihe soil in a very strange light. . He hired a wagon, he says, the day after he arrived, and look a ride to the mines, . When he came back, instead of putting his hand into his pocket and paying for ihe go, on Northern principles, he just scraped the dirt from the wheels .washed it, paid the hostlerUf teen dollar*, and yet had , thirty dollars l«ft to "mike a night of." What a land for spreeing. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 12 April 1849

13?"General Manufacturing Bitt.—h will be seen by the proceedings of Ihe. House of representatives on Wednesday last, that the General Manufacturing bill, which was lost in that body lasl week, has been reconsidered and passed by a vote of 52 to 37. It had previously pasted the Senate, and now only awaits the signature ofthe Governor lo become a law.

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