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

• O^Holden's Dollar magazine fMarch, is an excellent number, embellished with several likenesses of distinguished men, and conlaiuingimuch excellent reading matter. The proprietor is in California seeking for material to enrich his magazine as well, we presume, as his purse.

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

California Gold The curiosity seekers in New York are gratif ying themselves with a aigluof a lump plgoldin a nearly puro state , picked up at the Gold Diggings in California.— It is worth S3 dollars.

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

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

Coli Webb's California Company. It is with inexpressible regret that we learn the untoward events which -have befallen this company. A gentleman lately a member called on us Inst evening, and gave us the following melancholy account of recent casualities among them on Rio Grande. The company left New Orleans on the steamship Globe on the 4th ult.,all in good health, en rout lor California, via Brazos Santiago and the Kio Grande. They arrived at that port on the 8th, and on the same,day proceeded up ihe river. They reached in safety two daysufierwnrds an encamping ground, immediately opposite Clay Davis' ruiicho or village, and there pitched their tents, being on the Mexicans territory. That evening the, cholera broke out amongst them, nnd among those attacked, one man dud. 'I lie nexlday three others fell victims tu ihe disease, which had spread alarmingly amonglhe company, developing itself in ilsgravcsl type. The following day four more were carried pff, and ihe consternat...

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

ifiDlBDVttlt 3UMilM'Ja JOHN F. JWIIE, Esq. - Treasurer, in account with the Borough o/ Allentown, from April Ulh 1848, to April 3d 18-19. IS 18, Aprill). balance as per last Mccounl, - - - . $000 17 Of Howes' and Co' s Circus, - 7 50 Theater Exhibitions, - - 5) 30 Of Jacob Ihric, Botough Tax, 1,300 00 Dec. 22. Of ihe Treasurer of Lehigh County, per cent, on tlio County Tax of 1817, r - , 72 00 July 17. ' Chii-L-s Eckeft, Waternock Dividend, - - 157 2(i 1-sl'J Jan. 10. John Eckcri, sale of town property, - - 18 21 Total, - - - 8 2,2iil01 Cv. ISIS, May 17. Paid to Henry . W. Knipe, Supervisor, - 8 50 94 H. W. Knipe, grading North Allen Street, - - - 105 19 Geo. Wetherhold, grading South Allen street, - - - 42 40 Do. grading Union street,. 107 OS Do. Supervisor, - - 48 03 Paid Interest on Loans, - 015 32 Oct. 5. Win. Eckfeldt, for Hose, 110 00 June 22. Henry Nagel, and others, Nightwaich, - - 23 00 Willim l-' ry, for a Hook and Lad-. der Wagon, - - - 20 00 Lewis Wolf, Blacksmit...

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

APPEAL NOTICE In pursuance of nn act of the GeneralAssembly, of ihe Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act relating to County Rales and Services," approved the 15th day of April A. D. 1834, and the acts of assembly concurrent therewith. We, lite undersigned Commissioners of the County of Lehigh, hereby give notice, lo the taxable, inhabitants, the owners and agents of Real nnd Personal property, taxable for State and County purposes, lhat appeals will be held, for the benefit of all persons interested, of the several Districts within the County of Lehi gh, as follows, to wit:— * Forthe Borough of Allentown. Townships of Northampton, Salsburg, Hanover, North Whitehall, South Whitehall and Upper Saucon on Tuesday the 1st day of May next, in the Commissioners Office at Allentown. For the township of Upper Macungy, Lower Mactingy, Upper Milford, Weisenburg, Lowhill, Heidelberg, Washington and Lynn, on Wednesday the 2d day of May next, in the Commissioners Office, as above ...

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

^P ^W^^— 'IJI UPtl^^iC^^Jg^^^ ,i Skeletes flf California, ,:/• Parisians love ' to ' 'faugh ' , but they love to caricature still more ; " and every incident, Whether of'domestic or political-character, that bubbles up and breaks upon the great tide of life with them, is instantly made the subject of good humored of downright malicious travestie. The California gold fever could not, of course, escnpe ^ aiid !vlr. Kendall, in writing to the Picayune from Paris, says: vltf one of these caricatures I see Colonel Mason held up as reviewing his regiment. Itfot a sign of a human being, save the gallant Colonel himself, is in sight, but a long line of muskets, some of them lying on the ground and others slacked, are passetl in review, and the effect of the thing is mosfMudicrous. In another sketch the same officer is pictured as in n delicate situation for ono of his grade. He is standing with a cap on his head, a sword by his side, and in regular regimentals", but over the. latter he ha...

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

Statf?ti$ o)T Moiiarchv. The year 184$ has/Witn ' elsed rtroVe changes among thei European sovereigns, than even the year 1830. The aggregate of sovereigns has been, reduced from 47 to S3. Thero is but one oyer 70 years of age, King Ernest Augustus of Hanover. Six monarchs have either made a voluntary or forcible abdictioti of their power, viz : Louis Philippe, on the 24lh of February; Louis of Bavaria, on the 21st of March ; Charjes ' , Prince of Hobenzollern Sigmaringen, on the 29th of April; Henri XLIl., Prince ofReuss Lobcnstein Eberdorff, on the 1st of October; Joseph, Duke o1*Saxe Allembourg, on the 30th of November; nnd Ferdinand I. of Austria, on the 2d of December. The Dukes of Modenn nnd Pnrnin hmmJii>p.n-fnrc«iI-to abdicate by their subjects; but the first hns recovered his power, and the duchy of the second is governed in his name by the, Austrians. Three reigning princes have died—Christian VII. of Denmark, on the 20th of January ; Louis I., Grand Duke of Hesse...

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

| \ GEN. TOMNTHUMB. THIS DISTINGUISHED MAN IN MINIATURE 1 W.lKlili'K only IB Pound.,—17 Veui of Agc,-and but »S lnche. Hl(l>, Who bu bc«n received wilh the higheit marks ot JROYAI. favor by Queon Victoria, and all Uie priml-?pal CrownrJ Hcad« of Europe, and ivlio hu performed before 8,000,000 nt pernnni during the last ill year* will hold hU LBVBR8, at Ihe Court House, in Allentown, : On Monday afternoon and evening, and ! Tuesday morning, afternoon and evening, j April IGthand 17th 1849. I Positively for two days only. Hours of Exhibition. Morning frora 10-i to 12. Afternooti3from3lo4i. Evenings ; from 7a to I). Doors open half an hour in advance. THE LITTLE GENERAL WILL ArrEAKilN ALL OF HIS TEnFORMANCES, * '. ' ' Including SONGS, DANl'KS, GHKCIAN BTATUF.S, lie.- 11* will alio reu.-cionl NAPOLKON BONAl'AKTF.j VitKDKVfl.'K TI1F'. UltKAT, &.C. lie will alio appear in hieSro.Ti;il COSTUME, udkia KLKIiANT COURT DllKSS, ' Worn before IK-rMaje.tv, Queen Victoria; theKIng...

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

INew Family Grocery Store. READ TIIIS ONE AND ALL! The subscriber would respectfully inform the citizens of Allentown nnd vicinity that he has opened on the corner of Market Squnre and Allen Street, iu Allentown, formerly occupied by the Lehigh'CouMy, Bank a new Family Grocery StoreA where he will always keep on hand, a large assortment of Groceries of every deception,-which he will sell, at the lowest CASH prices or in exchange for country produce. His stock consists in part as follows : e-ro^ Imperial, Young Hyson, Black ¦Hi '^3nnt ' olner 'l, ,!as i New Orleans, ' Ifflr^J Muscovado, Refined, Pulverized . BSSE&sassand crushed Sugars. Molasses of all kinds, Oil, Candles, Soap, Rice, Rio, Java and other CofTee, Cheese, Salt, Brushes, Brooms, Pails, Wash-machines, &c. gpfft ALSO a large assortment of dggCjnESJjl Wines, such as Lisbon, Port ffijfcOfl|f[+flnnd Madeira, Brandy of all SBsefsfiSSkinds, Gin, Whisky, &c. The undersigned will make it his busines...

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

Good News for the,Ladies. The subscribers have, the pleasure to announce to the ladies ' ,, that they have just received from: New York, 10 Dozen Purasols, Ladies we tell you-withoul fear of contradiction, that this lot of Parasols is the handsomest and cheapest yet offered for Sale by any house in this place. We invite each and every one to give us a call and examine them, ns we feel positive that we can accommodate nil, both in point of prices and qunlity.they also hnve'just received from thesame place, one dozen Black Silk Shawls with heavy fringe, which ihey feel disposed to sell nt a very small advance. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. t— tf Dried Apples. 5000 Bushels superior Dried Apples, in Store and for sale cheap by PRETZ. GUTH & Co. April 12. t—tf Timothy Seed. 10 Bushels prime Timothy Seed just landing and'for sale cheap by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. t—tf

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

Hats io« Wie T?eo\A» \ \ HIRAM TEAtrER, 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 hit customers and all others wilh them at the shortest notice. His Hats for durability and finish, cannot be surpassed by any establishment in this or any other town in the Unien! His stock consists of BEAVER, NUTRIA, BRUSH, RUSSIA, CASSIMERE, MOLESKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF, LEGHORN, STRAWHATS, MEN & BOYS GAPS, .•... — of all kinds, at the very lowest Cash Prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. t-^Country Merchan ts visiting Allentown. dealing in Hats and Caps can be supplied at Wholesale prices, from one lo dozen, such sizes as any * may want. April 5. f—«-3m

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

LADIES DRESS GOODS consist of Silks, Alpacas of any quality and prices, Mouslin de Laines„ Marinos, Calicoes, Ginghams, Chinees, &c, which in point of neatness cannot be bent in Allentown. Ladies are requested before pttrclinsi n g "tf r e«s*S7 ttTgi ve Turn n cnl I, ns gooTI s a re shown with great pleasure, and without chatge. All are invited to call, and nobody i3 bound lo buy if his goods do not suit them " . For the gentlemen he has Cloths Cassimeres,<and Vestings. In this branch of business, he lacks hone. His slock is ofthe newest and most fashionable styles and colors, and of the best manufactories, and suitable forthe season, besides Cloths, Cassimeres and Vestings, he has other fashionable Dress Goods for Summer wear, all of which was selected by him with the greatest care, both in regard to quality and price. He does not deem it necessary to attach to his goods the foreign names, such that but few understand. He ensures the public that he has all in h...

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

S.1I.T Ground and Fine Salt, a largo ¦ ¦ quantity just received and for sale at ihe Store of T. B. WILSON. April 12. • t—tf Wanted. 1000 bushels potatoes for which the hi ghest market price will be paid at ihe New Store of ' THO. B. WILSON. April 12. '" "- t-r-tf _ Queenstvare. A new arid splendid assortment of Queensware, consisting of a general assortment of Plates, Cups and Saucers, all kinds of Dishes, Bowls, Tea Sells, Dinner Setts, Chamber Setts, and all kinds of Glassware for sale at the New Store of THOM. B. WILSON. April 12. -f—tfj Produce. Such as Butter, Eggs, Smoked Meat and Lard taken in exchange for goods at the New Store of THO. B. WILSON. April 12. ' t— tf " | j

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

^a W. ^®,%33).ia Don't miss the chance-to Purchase Cheap ' - ' ' ' .,- ; The " subscriber, lute of the firm ' of *•?«¦/¦ fridge f /- Wilson, Ia4r.es this ihellfbd tft;lrj form his old friends nnd customers, that In just returned from Philadelphia and New York, with an entire new stock of - Dry Goods, Groceries &c-, and has opened thu same for sale, .in the new brick building of Jesse Grim, in Hamilton street, near the Market Square, immediately between the stores of Yeager& Weidileriind Grim vt Reninger. \iv. ilnlli-ia himself in saying that a mo ' re ^ fashionable stock of Dry Goods never was brought to this or any other country-town in "Pennsylvania, and which will be sold at tho lowest Cash prices. He invites the pufclio to give him .a call, examine his goods, and convince themselves of what is said above. No deception in his goods—they bear inspection. His

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

CMtOICJS _ Garden, Field and FloweF m t SEEDS, ^ " 2E Ornamental Plants, "-Jr* TREES, SHBUBS, ROSES, GRAPE VINES, &e. 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-bouse & Hardy Plants, which will be sold wholesale and retail. All orders promptly attended to by S. MAUPAY. EyAll kinds of vegetable plants, &c. in season. CfThe above are all raised by the subscriberat.his extensive horticultural grounds, where—the-cojlection can be, seen—Plants, &c. packed lo carry with safety. Address . ' " '"' " ' sVMAUPAY, Seedsman. Rising SujJPPost-ofnce, Philadelphia county. April 5. H—2m.

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

EMPORIUM OF FASHION! \n AWentfrwn. The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership, in the Fashionable Tailoring business under the firm of Stcttltr $- Gitx. They have established themselves for • short time in the front room of John F. Xuhe, Esq., on the south side of Hamilton street, in the-Borough of Allentown, where they will be read y 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 lo dress a man off in real Bun' combe stvle. . «r-STETTLER & GETZ. Aprils. H—4*\

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

ATTENTION'! ' North Whitehall Troop, The members of this troop, will meet for parade in full uniform and clean weapons, on Saturday the 5th W May next, precisely at 10 o'clock in the forenoon, at the public house of Owen Schqad, in Ruchsvilie, N. Whitehall township, Lehigh county. By order of Thomas Ruch, Captain. Theodore Howell, O. S. ESTSuch who intend to become members are requested to be present on the occasion, the uniforming is not necessary, until the company receive their new commission. April 12. t—4w

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

Cotton 7arn, Warps. A large and full assorltnenLof cotton yarn, warps, Tie yarn & Lamp-wick on hand and for sale wholesale and retail at Philadel p hia prices, at the store of •PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. . t—if Blue Cotton Tarn. 300 pounds Blue Cotton Yarn, ' colored with the best Bengal Indigo, by the best dyer in the vicinity, for sale cheap by . PRETZ GUTH & Co. April 12. ' f—if

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

Groceries-^^ _ Sugar of all kinds, from the Ij8jV «n| cheapest brown, to the highest Hp*'*' ! refined, Mojasses, Coflee, LieS!sIk ±!:qtiors, Spices,- Tea &c. a large quantity of fresh, just received and for sale at the New Store of 'T. B. WILSON. April 12. t—tf JfKackervt. No 1, 2 and 3 in quarter, half and whole barrels, for sale cheap at the New Store -5f T. B. WILSON. April 12. t—if

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