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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Dissolution ot rartnersnip. The Partnership heretofore existing under the firm of Mertz S, - Weaver, in the mercantile business, in the Borough of Allentown, was dissolved on the first of October 1848, by mutual consent. All those who may yet hold due bills, or other claims against said firm, will please present them for payment immediately. And all such •who are indebted in the books of the firm, .are hereby notified , to call at the old stand -where the boolu will remain for settlement, until the first^-January. JVe return our sincere, thaj^rs for the v£r^tberal patronage extended |rus, and hope ' it may be exteh'dr ^ d to the new firm. /X ELI AS MERTZ, ' / J W. W. WEAVER, / November 9. t-T-4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Stone coal, Plaster and Sarlt. 1500 Tons of Stone Coal ofLyjuious Jnnds. 50 Tons of Plastet^^"" % ^ 1000 Bushels Liverpool ground Salt. 200 Sacks do. do. do. 50 do. do. .fine do. /, Just received and for sale b y ' 4i Pretz, Kern & Co. October 26. ^s f— 4\v Surveyors CompassT A perfectly new and complete six inch needle Compass and Chain made b y E. Draper in -Philadelphia, will be sold cheap by the undersigned. The compass is warranted lo be perfect. Apply at Lochman and Brothers' Cheap Variety Store. C. L. LOCHMAN. Dec. 7. ' 1—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Is hereb y given, that the undersigned have been appointed Executors in the last Will nnd Testament of George Bick,iec'd. late of the township of Upper Milford, Lehigh county. Therefore all those persons who are indebted to said estate, be it in bonds, notes or otherwise, will see the necessity of settling their accounts within two months and such, who have any demands against said estate will present their claims well authenticated to either of the undersigned within the above specified time. """"N Fred. Siomund, Berks co. > r ,\ Geo. W. Weikel, U. Milf. 5£ *lr *' November 80. f—6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

The undersigned g ive public notice, that ¦they have entered into Partnership, in the mercantile business on' the 1st bf October ''last, and a' ^ tracing under the firm of Mertz •$¦ Landis. The establishment is opened in ' the old stand, which has been rebuilt. They | havertusrreceived and are now opening a ^very/heavy stock of Goods. ^ ELIAS MERTZ, BENJ. LANDIS, Nov. 8. f—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Dr. William F. Danowsky, Returns his thotks to his friends for tmr confidence-reposed in him, and at the same time offers his professional services by day or nig ht. In chron ' c diseases, he relies upon his fame. In midwifery he prides himself to say, that he never attended a case with fatal results. He treats without mercury, and can say, that no case of salivation can be proven, in a practice of twelve years in Lehigh county. November 9. ' f—6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 11 January 1849

Look Here! AH kinds of country produce taken in exchange for goods, such as Clover seed and Grain, Butter, Eggs, Lard, Tallow, Wax, Soap, Hams, dried Apples ' , Chdfcies, Flax, . rags, carpets, wood, yarn, potatoes, fowls, ^v coMr&e> &c, for which We will pay the \ highest market prices. \ Mertz & Landis. \ ^_ ). November 10. f—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Read, Jan. 6, 1840. 7b the Senate and- House of keprestntatives of the Commonwealth • of Pthn" sylvania: — - .. ._.• FelloW-CItizens :—In performing Hie responsible duties enjoined by the Constitution on the Executive of the SUtcjasincere pleasure is teJUin. ^ addressing)IftMhe commencement of each session of the: Legislature) the immediate representatives of the people. Td present tc\ them Jm laithlul candor the IttieT position of—ptfblic affairs, to suggest remedies for known vVauls, to aid in the enactment of such measures as the interests) happiness and welfare ol the citizens seem to demand, is not the less gratifying that it is made the duly of the Executive department. The events of the past year will not fail to teach us the lesson of an over-ruling Providence and the gratitude we owe as a people for the blessings which, through the wisdom of-Almighty Goodness, have been Vouchsafed to the nation. When the representatives of the people last met, ther...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

»n um __*»jia ffigfjltd jHfl^ljfi AB5S9B The Sheriff of Lehigh county will put up the following properties at public sale at the time-and places hereafter mentioned. On Thursday the 23th day of January, at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, a certain lot of ground, situate in Washington township, hounded by lands of John D. Bowman and Jacob F. Hailer, containing S acres and 20 M perches, on which is erected a one story frame Dwelling House, and a Stable, with all the outbuildings. ' It heing the properly of. Daniel Breyfogel. On Friday ihe 20l1i of January, at the house of Charles Mitel, nt 1 o'clock in the afternoon, a lot or piece of land, situate in South Whitehall township, bounded by lands of John Shaad, George Shug"A ler and others, containing 2 acres, • ••¦hL on which is erected a one story log , ' * ¦*" house and a log stable. It being the properly of Joseph Wetiheim and Aaron Kepp. On Saturday the 27th of January, nt the house of Jonathan Kolb, \n the Borough of Allentow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

THE LEHIGH REGlS$£Rr ~ il» published in the Borough afAlkntown, Lehigh County, Fa., eilBry Tuetday B¥ AUGUSTUS fc. Jtl/HE, At $1 50 per annum, payable in advance, and $t 00 if not paid until the end of the year. Nn paper discontinued, until all arrearages are paid) «*cept al the option of the proprietor. AnvxfcTisKMiirrii, malting not more than one square, will be inserted three times for onu dollar and for every subsequent insertinh twenty-five ¦cents. Larger advertisements cllargcd in the same proportion. Those not exceeding ten lines, will be charged seventy-five cents, and those making six lines or less, three insertions for 50 cents. t^*A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the. year. t3TOffice in //ami/ton Sfrect, next door to Stem's Allentown Hotel, (formerly Weiss') opposite Schnurman's Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

mwfif vnmata - t Ihe undersigned give public noticeAthat they, have entered, into Partnership, inShe . Mercantile business on the 1st of October last, ana are trading under the firm of " Mtriz $)L.andi». The establishment is ope tied in ihe.old stand, which has been rebuilt. They hay* just received antl are now opening a Very heavy ttodk of Good/8. ..- ¦ ,. ;; , ELIASMERTZ i BENJ. LANDIS, Nor. 9. ' U—iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

' • \ Intimately connected with tho subject of our public debt, are the aegeisinent and collection of the taxes. The Iswb on this important branch of the Tcvonue, require to be remodelled and arranged in such form as to insure equality and uniformity in Ihe several counties of the State. The manner of adjusting and equalizing the valuation of property for taxation is a concern of deep interest to ihe people, and should, as far as possible, be left in tiie hand* of their Immediate representatives. Assessorsit is suggestedshould be required, in the exercise nf their duties, to make return In a full and accurate statement of the various product! of Farm* and Manufactories, of the kind, naturo nnd amount of the suppbsed annual value of the productive Industry of each district; of the amount and nature of the local and general trade and business with the manner and costof reaching the nearest market, and the value of the article in market, at -the nearest point to ihe district. Should ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

Legislative Proceedings. HinniSBono, January 17, 1849. SENATE—In the Senate, on motion of Mr. Matthias, it was resolved that the Senate will,-on Monday, the 15th, at 12 o'clock, M., proceed tn the Hall of the House of Representatives, for the purpose of electing a State Treasurer, and that a teller be appointed on Jhe^arjjiWie8etra,te. The chair appointed Mr. Matthias the teller. On motion of Mr. Johnson, the Senate proceeded lo nominate candidatesTor the office of 8tate Treasurer, when the following nominations were ' made: Mr. Johnson nominated Gideon J. Ball, " Small " Arnold Plumer. " Cunningham " Ner Middleswarlh. , " Brooke ' " Win. Williamson. \ " Matthias " Charles B. Trego. " Stine " • John Sirohm. The Speaker presented communications from the State Treasurer and Auditor General, furnishing an estimate of the contingejffexpenscs nf their respective departments for the year 1849 Mr. McCaslin submitted the following preamble and resolution. Whereas, Numerous applicati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

., The Gold Fever. The gold fever, says the Philadel p hia Inquirer, seems to hnve a new impulse. The recent rumors nre of a character so astound ing, that we cannot be surprised at the rekindled excitement. Our exchanges teem with letters, speculations, and accounts of expeditions.. • If only one half that is told be true, California is indeed the modern El Dorado. We proceed to glean a few of the facts and. fancies, but think it right at the same time, to utter a word of caution. The New York Tribune says : "One house in Broad street, on Wednesday insured 950,000 in gold dust, now on its way to this city, and it is said that a New York officer, lately arrived, brings the same amount." » One letter gives the price of pork at $200 per barrel, and other provisions in proportion. The same statement proceeds: "The people were in hopes of getting n speedy supply of food from Mexico. Vessels at San Francisco, which had been abandoned or neglected, were once more in request, to procee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

New Mail Routes. We notice that proposals will be received by Ihe Postmaster General, " for carrying the mails from the 1st of July, 1849. to the 30th nf June, 1852—between now and the 4th ol April next —-to. be decided upon the 24th of April by the Department. We find the following routes jn Lehigh county in the list advertised. No. 1708. — From I'erkimen Bridge, via . Schvrenk's Store, Frederick, Colebrooktlale and iKmajis to Allenlown. 43 miles, twine a week. Proposals to commence tljis roule at Norris-¦ town-three times a week-will also be received. No. 1713.—From Trexlerlown by Middletown to Hereford, 10 miles, and back again the name day, Saturday. __ ^-\ —'—' No. 1720.—From Suninytnwii by Spinnerstown to Emails, 18 miles, aud buck again the same day, Monday. . No. 1724.—From Allenlown by Suhnecks-,-yille to Kern's Mills, 10 miles, and back a^tiiti the same day. Saturday. The Governor's Message. We published to-day the admirable Message of Gov. Johnston, delivered to both ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

Paoiflo Railroad—New Prqjeot. A new project for a Railroad to the Pacific has been brought before Congress in the shape of a memorial from Wm. Bayard & Co., of New York, who propose to construct a railroad from Si. Louis to California, via the valleys of the Rio Grande and the Gila river. The memorialists ask for a survey of the route by United States engineers and the grantof a stripof land of twenty-five miles on each fide of the road : they covenanting on their part to deposit in the treasury 85,000,000 in Government necurity, as a guaranty for the work, which they are to complete wilhin eight years. They propose to sell the land*, in small proportion*, lo actual settlers, at Government prices;—to build the road of heavy iron;—to carry army and navy stores free, and troops and sailors at one-fourth the regular fare, which, they propose, shall not exceed one-half the rates now charged on the Panama mail-nleamerp. ¦ » ¦ ¦ Senator Cooper. The election of ihe Hon. James C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, the Hon. J. Pimgle Jone*. 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 of the several Courts of Oyer and Terminer and general Jail delivery, and Peter Haas, and Jacob Dillinger, Esqrs., Judges of tho Courts of Oyer and Terminer and general Jail delivery, for the trial of all capital offenders in the said county of Lehigh. By their precepts to me directed, have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer and gene* rnl Jail Delivery, to be holden at Allentown, county of Lehigh, on the Fifth Monday in January 1849, which is the twenty-ninth day of said month, and continue one week. Notice is therefore hereby given to tha Justices of the Peace and Constables of the county of Lehigh, that they are b y the said precepts commanded to be there at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, of said day, with their rollsj records, inquisitions,-examinations, and al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

C^ Trial ljis t ' + S.J'OR MNUARY TERM, 1849. Benjamin Jarrft^vs. George Beisel. Paul Miller, vs. John G, Uoundie. George Wenner, vs. Asahel Beach. ¦ . ¦ David Roth, vs. George S. Xander. Reuben Faust and wife, vs. Jacob Seifert and wife. Daniel Ludwig, vs. Frederick Kline. Peter Kline, vs. Michael Kline. Moses Y. Beach vs. Daniel nnd Edwin Keiper. Peter Hoffman, vs. Jacob Zimmerman. Christian Pretz, et al vs. Yardley &. Bncltman. S. and Wi Fngel vs. Mandea Fogel. Same vs. same. ¦¦ .'.,. Christian Ortt, vs. Thomas Sriuler. ' Henry Mest, vs. Daniel and Henry Yeager. Aaron Guth vs; Nathan Schaffer, ' , Jacob Bitz vs. Joseph H. Weidner. i¦ ¦ Catharine Urim's use vs. Peter Schneider;, his feoflce's'ati'd terre tenants" . ' " Catharine ' Grim's use vs. the Administrator of Jlihn Schneider, deceased, i Jessup & Mnore, vs. Jonas Yerger, Stewart it Hopkins, vs. Thomas VViclcert ' . t Eve Liriht, Administrator*, &c. vs. llertry Set. lers. , "' Thomas Craig vs. the L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

Items of Faot and Fanoy. Ly Mr. Webster is said tn be engaged in writing a history of Washington's administration—at least, his friends say so. GP* All widows of revolutionary soldiers married previous lo the year 1800, are hereafter to draw pensions. IV Mr. Henry Ackei man, died at his residence in Bergen couniy, N. J„on the 5ih instant, at the advanced age of 100 years. t£r" Resolutions highly complimentary to Gen. William O. Butler, have passed ihe Senate of Kentucky, and inviting him to visit ihe capital of the State, and meet his late companion in armst Gen. Zjchaiy Taylor, on hi* expected visit. n?" Mi" M. McClelland, of Bedford, Pa ' . ' ,lately rei'iiveri'd damaisi'k to the amount of $3000 for a lif-neh ol priiiiuic of marriage from John VarilIlTVi'll, I?" A ciiinp.-iuv is .1110111 to be organized at .Virhiiiiiml, Y'it. with a capital of 50,000 to £25,000, to -ii t.i (Jiililnruin. I,.*" The money-inlen from the Augusta Bank, Maine, was ingeniously concealed In the Hall of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

Great National Exhibition. AT FRANKLIN HALL, No. 50 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia. For a short time only :—SHERMAM & TOUSEY'S PANORAMA OF MEXICO —THE GREATEST PAINTING IN THE WORLD, covering 1U. 000 feet ol canvass! Il shows in the most perfect manner the towns, cities, mountains, rivers, ranches, plantations, domestic unimals, grain fields of Mexico, habits of the Mexicans, diajacter and scenery of the country, together with the rnovements of the army under Taylor, with iheir marches, encampments, battles, fording of rivers, trains of pack mules, and all the imerest!tig scenery and incidents of the campaign, from Corpus Chrisli to Buena Visia ; the whole forming ihe most amusing and instructive exhibition ever in the city. The Sketches were taken from nature " by one of Gen. Taylor's officers, ami are\correct as life. Il was visited by over lOO.UBO persons in New York, (having been exhibited there for several months in succession,) among whom were the clergy, judge...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 18 January 1849

m... *. INDEMNITY. THE FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE ^ COMPANY *f Philadelphia. OFFICE, No. 1631 CHESNUT STREET, near. Fifth street . /• Directors: ChaiW N. Bancker , Geo. W.Richards, Thonfts Hart, Mord. D. Lewis, Tobias Wagner, Adolp. E Borie, / Samuel Grant, David S. Brown,[ Jacob R. Smith, Morris Patterson.! CONTINUE to make Insurance, permanent and limited, on every description of property, in town and country, at rates as low as are consistent with security. The Company hnve reserved a large Coptingent Fund, which with their Capital and Prerni. urns, safely invested, afford ample protection to the assured. The assets of the company, on January 1st, IR48, as published agreeably to an Act of Assembly, were as follows, viz: Mnrtcages, {890.558 BS R-al Estate. 108,358 90 Temporary Loans, 135,459 00 Stocks, 61,663 Zft Cash, ace. . 46.158 87 &K.220 . 097 67 , Since their incTtrrwcatkin-Ti period nf eighteen years, Ihey have paid upwards o . f one million, two hundred tltonmni...

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