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

JOB PniJVTIJTGn Neatl y executed, at the "Register?* Office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

ittisccllnncans Selections. From the Home Journal. The Burial of a Slave. Travelling, recently, on business, in the interior of Georgia, I reached, just at sunset, the mansion of the proprietor, through whose estate for the last hour of my journey, I had pursued my way: M y tried companion prick/ed his ears, and with a low whinny indicted his pleasure, as I turned up the broad avenue leading to the house. Calling to a black boy in view, I bade him inquire of his owner if I could be accommodated with lodgings for the nig ht. My request brought the proprietor himself to the door, and from thence to the gate, wheni after a scrutinizing glance at my person and equipments, he inquired my name, business, and destination. I promptly responded to his questions, and he invited me to alight and enter his house, in the true spirit of southern hospitality. He was apparently thirty years of age, and evidently a man of education and refinement. I soon observed an air of gloomy abstraction...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Poetical ^Department. ~~ - ODES ^~ Sang at the 4th Anniversary of Geo. Crane Dir. of Sons or Temperance, C>tuanqw>, April 14th, 1840. Thrice, Welcome brothers here we . meet, In Friendship 's closecommum^ ri joined, Ye Sons of Temperance loud repeat, Your triumph's with one heart and mind No angry passions here should mar Our peace, or move our social band—For Friendship is our beacon star—Our motto—"Union"—hand in hand.— 1. Look not upon the ruby wine; Shun, shun the tempting snare ; For treach'rous serpent folds entwine, All those who revel there, Then beware ! beware ! The tempting wine cup shun ; Too surely will it prove a snare And you, alas ! undone. 2. When Syren Pleasure would entice From Virtue's path to stray She comes in h£y friendship 's guise, With flowers she decks the way, But beware! &c. 1. Pale care depress'd hath often sought In wine to find relief; Ah ! Wisdom sadly, dearly bought It but increased the grief Then beware ! &c. 4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Storekeepers, MHIeners, Farmers AND MECHANICS! ¦ WILLIAM S. WEIL'S, Wholesale & Retail DRY GOODS and VARIETY STORE. The subscriber takesthis-mefhod-of- informing his frirrds and the citizens generally in Allentown ami ns vicinity, ' that he has just arrived from Philadelphia and New York, with a most magnificent stock of goods, viz : Unbleached muslin from 3 to 9 cents, Bleached do. from 3 to 12 cents, best qua]. Calicoes from 3 to 12j cents, Clothes from $ 1,00 to $4,00, Cossitneres from 25 cents to $1,00, do. French Doe Skin from SI to®l,25. Alpaca and Mohair Lustre from 12.j to 50 cts. Ginghams, Linens, Lustres, 12j to 50 cts. A great variety of Shawls, at all prices. Stockings and Gloves, 0} to the finest qua). Linen Cambric Hdkfs. (SJ to the finest qual. Suspenders 3, to 50 cts. Ribbons of the greatest variety ever exhibited in Allentown. •Ready made shirts with Linen bosoms, from 37i to 81,50. Shwtcollars 12i to25 cts. Linen bosoms 25 to 50 cts - N. B. Just arriv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

m mi wmmwL JOHN F. JiUHE, Esq. Treasurer, in account with tlw Borough of Allentown, from April 9th 1848, to April 3d 1840. Dr. 1648) April 9. Balance as per last Account, - - ---- - - - --8660-17 Of Howes' and Co's Circus, - 7 50 Theater Exhibitions, - - 9 50 Of Jacob Ihrie, Borough Tax, 1,300 00 Dec. 22. Of the Treasurer of Lehigh County, per cent, on the County Tax of 1847, - - 72 00 July 17. Charles Eckert, Waterstock Dividend, - - 157 20 1849 Jan. 10. John Eckert, sale of town property, - - 18 24 Total, - - - $2,224 61 Cr. 1848, May 17. Paid to Henry W. Knipe, Supervisor, - 8 50 94 H. W. Knipe, grading North Allen Street, 195 19 Geo. Wetherhold, grading South Allen street, - . - - - 42 40 Do. grading Union street, 107 08 Do. Supervisor, - - 48 63 Paidlnterest-on Loans, 615 32 Oct. 5. Wm. Eckfeldt, for Hose, 110 00 June 22. Henry Nagel, and others, Nightwatch, - - 23 00 Willim Fry, for a Hook and Ladder Wagon, - - . - 20 00 Lewis Wolf, Blacksmith work, 38 75 Fredr. Bohlen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Courtship and Marriage. The difference between Courtshi p and Marriage, was never more forcible explained than it is in the following:— 'What made you get married if you don't like it?' •Why I was deluded into it—fairl y deluded—I had nothing to do evenings, so I went courting. Courting is fun enough—I have not got a word to say again it. It's about as good a way of killing an evening as I know of. Wash your face, put on a clean dickey, and go and talk as sweet as sugar and molasses candy for an hour or two, to say nothing of a few kisses behind the door, as your sweetheart goes to the step with you, 'When I was a single man, the world wagged well enough. It was just like an omnibus; I.was a passenger, paid mylevy and hadn't nothing'more to do with it but ' sit down, nnd didn't care a button for any '' thing. Sposin'the omnibus got upset, well I walks off,. and leaves the man to pick np the pieces. But then I must take a wife and be hanged to me, ft's all very well for as whil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Harried Life. Ihe following beautiful and true sentiments are from the pen of that charming writer, Frederika Bremer:—-"Deceive not one another in small things, nor in great.—One little single lie has before now disturbed a whole married life. A small cause has often great consequences. Fold not the arms together and sit idle. Laziness is the devl's cushion. Do not run from home. One's own health is of more worth than gold.— Many a marriage begins like the rosy morning, then falls away like, a snow wreath.— And why? because the married pair neglect to be as well pleased with each other after marriage as before. Endeavor always to please one another, but at the same time • keep God in your thoughts. Lavish not all of your love on to day, for remember that marriage has its to-morrow likewise, and its day after tomorrow too. Spare, as one may say, fuel for the winter. Consider my daughter what the word wife expresses.— The married woman is the husband's domestic faith; in her han...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

APPEAL NOTICE In pursuance of an act of the General Assembly, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled "An act relating to County Rates and Services," approved the 15th day of April A. D. 1834, and the acts of assembly concurrent therewith. We, the undersigned Commissioners of the County of Lehigh, hereby give notice, to the taxable inhabitants, the owners and agents of Real and Personal property, taxable for State and County purposes, that appeals will be held, for the benefit of all persons interested, of the several Districts within the County of -Lehigh, 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 Macungy, Upper Milford, Weisenburg, Lowhill, Heidelberg, Washington and Lynn, on Wednesday the 2d day of May next, in the Commissioners Office, as above stat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 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 Parasols, Ladies we tell you without 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, as we feel positive that we can accommodate all,-both in^point. of pjices and quality,they also have just received from the same place, one dozen Black Silk Shawls with heavy fringe, »iHilch~they feel disposed to sell at a very small advance. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. t-rtf - 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 — 19 April 1849

HIRAM YEAttER, 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 p hia the latest Spring Fashions, and will be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice. His Hats for durability and'finish cannot be surpassed by any establishment in thisorany other town in the Union ! His stock consists of BEAVER, NUTRIA, BRUSH, RUSSIA, CASSIMERE, MOLESKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF, LEGHORN, STRAWHATS, MEN & BOYS CAPS, of all kinds, at the very lowest Cash Prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. ' EyOountry Merdhanls visiting Allentown. dealing in Hats and Caps can be supplied at Wholesale prices, from one to dozen, such sizes as any may want. April5. ' 1—3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

CHOICE Garden, Field and Flower &C, SEEDS 4& .2* Ornamental Plants, "I*Jj TREES, SHRUBS; ROSES, GRAPE TOES, lit. 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 & Handy Plants, which will be sold wholesale and retail. All orders promptly attended to by S.MAUPAY. Br"All kinds of vegetable plants, &c. in season. ' EjPThe above are all raised by the subscriberat his extensive horticultural grounds, where the collection can be seen-—Plants, &c. packed to carry with safety. Address S.MAUPAY, Seedsman. Rising Sun Post-office,Philadelphia coutity. April 5. t—2m;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

THE LEHIGH REGISTER t$ published fn the Borough of AUenloum, Lehigh County, Pd.,evert/ Tuesday BY AUGUSTUS I.. RIHE, At $1 80 per annum, payable in advance, and ft 40 if not paid until the end of the year. No " paperdiscdntinued . until all arrearages are paid, except at the option or the proprietor. Advertisements, making not more than one square, will be inserted three times for one dollar and for every subsequent insertion twenty-five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the sam« proportion. . Those not exceeding ten lines, \rill be charged'sevenly-five cents, and those making six lines or less, three insertions for 50 cents. Br"A liberal d,eductiqn will be made to those Who advertise by the year. t&"Office in Hamilton Street, next door to Stem's Allentown Hotel, (formerly Weiss') ©pposi/e Schnjirman's /Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

¦w©^a<iiffl» jKMHtttfflflfebi^^^^^^^^^s^^^^— - fflaiia I § B ^|H&ffl|^Eij^ Trenton nnd Lehigh Transportation Company. The freighting business heretofore carried on by J. Cook §• Co., will hereafter be transacted by the "Trenton and Lehigh Transportation company." For freig ht apply to JONATHAN COOK, Superintendant Allentown Pa., A. Wright & Nephew, or Stephen Long, Vine Street Wharf, Philadelphia. March 24. , t —4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Cotton Yarn, Warps. A large and full assortment of cotton yarn, warps, Tie yarn .& Lamp-wick on hand and for sale wholesale and retail at Philadelphia prices, at the store of PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. t—tf 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. t—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Mrs. Matilda Heekman Respectfully informs the citizens of Allentown, that she has again established herself opposite the Academy, where she will always keep on hand Fresh Bnead, Pound, Rotation fy all other kind of Cakes. She will also bake and make up Bread and Pies to order, and hopes that a feeling community will extend to her their former patronage. Allentown, June 27,1848. fl—3w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Removal of Store Goods Barber & Young, Respectfully inform their friends and customers, that they have recently removed their - "^•835^ Hardware Store, £jH||S^aB>n to the 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, corning in their line of business, and which they Bell at Ihe lowest prices. March 22. f—0w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

SfdD'QHIQHEl The Copartnershi p heretofore existingunder the firm of Pretz, Kern $• ' Co., was dissolved on the 2d inst., in consequence of the death of Joseph Saeger, all persons therefore indebted to the said firm.will please call at the Store of their successors Pretz, Guth& Co., between, now and the first day of May next, after which time: the claims will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection. CHRISTIAN PRETZ,") «,„„{„^a WILLIAM KERN I ^S HiWElNSHElMER, J Fatlntr*- March 15. ° ¦ *' . II—Gw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

E5"There was a little nigger' in our city, s aysthe Arkansas Intelligencer, who had such long heels, that a wit observed that'he was ten years old before it was decided which way the fellow would walk.' ¦ «>? :— Z&~A mother admonishing, her. son, a lad about 7 years of age, told him he should never defer till to-morrow what he could do to-day. The little urchin replied "Then mother, let's eat the remainder of the plumpudding to-night. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

SALT 500 bushels Liverpool ground salt. 200 Sacks do. do. do. 50 Sacks Ashton Fine.Salt. 200 do Dairy salt. Just arrived and for sale wholesale and retail by PRETZ, GUTH, & Co. April 12. t—tf Hats io¥ WiePeov\e \ \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 19 April 1849

Shoulders and Hams A large supply of Shoulders ' and Hams, cured in Philadelphia, just received and for sale by Mertz & Landis. Aprils. t—am.

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