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

. , m » The Weather. The equanimity of Spring was much disturbed on Sunday last, by a rude assault of retiring winler. The winds, furious perhaps at the restraint which old Eolus was beginning to exercise over them, endeavored to resist perogative, and howled and raged most vehemently, making out-door business very unpleasant.

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

Cough Syrup.—Tako Thoroughwort, Hoarhound and Pennyroyal, of each a good handful, and boil them in just wnterenough toexlraQt the strength; then strain off the liquor, and add an equalquantity of molasses, and boil uutil it forms a candy. Eat freely of this every time an inclination to cough is felt , end your cough »iU soon leave you..

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

Elections in |849.—Virginia, April «4; Ifew Hampshire June a; North Carolina. Angus! *f\ ' Tennessee, August 3; Alabama, Angutt 8 (Iowa, Angust 6; Kentucky. August 6; Maryland, Oeto. ber a, Louisjana, November6 j Mississippi,N°i vemher S; Texas, November » .

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

Fire in the Mountains.—On Sunday last, some persons net me to the woodi. i'ii several places on ihe Mountains. The fire ra£ed with great iury throughout the afternoon an-l night, destroying an immense amount or limner ami cord wood. Itcoiiiiuued without abatement up to ihe time of going to pret>s.

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

S**Gen. J. A Quitman, is the Democratic nominee for Governor in Mississippi.

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

flic Cei)ijgl) ttlecjister .

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

Arrival of the Hermann. New Yofk, April 13. By the arrival of the steamship Hermann, Cupt. Crabtree, we are placed in possession of accounts from Europe of nearly three d;:vs later than was received by the Boston steamer Niagara. There had hern but very little change in the markets during the two days preceding the Hermann's departure, in consequence of Sunday intervening. The British funds rose a little on 'Chan-re on the 24th. The last quotation for Consols is 91.}. Foreign shares nnd Railway sucks- were taiher lower. The Produce markets were low and unchanged -. The sales of Cotton at Liverpool on the 2-lth, amounted to about IJ500 bales at firm prices. The advices by the Sarah Sands and Europa had beet: received at Havre and produced a slight reaction in the cotton mnrket. Business ni Havre and in the French manufacturing towns was improving. A very active Spring trade was expected. A change of ministry was anticij;nted. The amount of gold received by various mercantile ho...

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

The Order of Jesuits. Before the order of Jesuits had existed an Hundred years, it had filled the whole World ¦wi th memorials of great things done and suffered-for the faith. No relig ious community could produce a list of men so variously -distinguished ; none had extended its operation over so Vast a space; yet in none'had there ever been such perfect unity of feeling *nd action. There was no region of the globe, no walk ofspeculative or of active life, in which Jesuits were not to be found. They guided the countils of Kings. They deciphered Latin inscriptions— They observed the motions of Jupiter's satellites. They published whole libraries, casuistry, history, treatise, on opticts, Alcaic odes, editions of .the fathers, madrigals, catetchisms and lampoons. The lib eral education of youth pass-. «d almost entirely in their hands, and was conducted by thorn with considerable ability. They appear to. have discovered the precise point to which intellectual culture can be carr...

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

.[From the Glasgow (Mo) Times of the S8ih ult.] From Santa Fe. Winter Journey on the p lains—Further Details in regard lo the Disaster oj Fremont's party. We learn from Oliver P. Haney, editor of the Santa Fo Republican, who with Mr. Brown and five men, and one wagon, arriv-• cd here yesterday, and passed on io St. Louis, that they left Santa Fe on the lOlh February* experiencing much fatigue and great • suffering on the route. They got along very well until they reached the LowerCima-•rone Springs, notwithstanding some unpleasant, wet weather. They camped at the Springs, and next morning about daylight " were attacked bv the Indians, who succeeded in tunning off all their animals but two. The attack was made under cover of a vcj ry dense fog, and so sudden was it that the Indians escaped with the animals without the firing of a shot. After a fruitless search, the next day they catched all their plunder, left their . wagon, and, with 15 days provieions, their clothing and beddin...

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

The Plough, Loom and Anvil. To the Friends of Agriculture, Manufactures, and all the useful-branches oj American Industry. The object of this work is not merely te amuse its readers with accounts of extraordinary crops from single acres- »nd prodig ioiweights of bullocks, .sh*ep, and hoo-« No , ^Sdof " If ?V T Seist0 ':-» " he reader 'i° »" ™"'J :.*, and valuable dis-^OVeries an d * »* , . „ • improvements in the implements p _iU anj ma| s employed in agriculture, and in the processes and principles of Husbandry in all its various branches, this is not all. If it were, the single word PLOUGH might sufficiently indicate that purpose; but the fact is far otherwise. Bv adding lo il the LOOM nnd the ANVIL, the Editors design at once to indicate, that, in their belief, the Plough never has, nor ever can prosper >so well, as when " the Loom and the Anvil nre at work as near lo it as the nature of things will admit; and therefore, that the Planter and the Farmer ought heartily...

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

Don't miss the chance to Purchase Cheap. The subscriber, late of the firm of Selfridge fy Wilson, takes this method to inform his old friends and customers, that he just returned from Philadel phia and New York, with an entire new stock of Dry Goods, Groceries &cand has opened tho same for sale, in the new brick building of Jesse Grim, in Hamilton street, near the Market Square, immediately between the stores of Yeager&Weidner and Grim & Reninger. He flatters himself in saying that a more fashionable stock of Dry Goods never was brought to this or any other country-town in Pennsylvania, and which will be sold at the .lowest Cash |.rices. He invites the pufclie lo give Idm a call, examine his good*, nnd convince themselves of what is said above. No decei lion in his goods—they hear inspection. His LUKES DXKSS HOODS, consist of Silks, Alpacas of any quality and ! prices, .Vlouslin de Lniiies,, .Viuinms, Ciili-j coes, Ginghams, Chinees, &c, which i...

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

New Family Grocery Store. READ THIS ONE AND ALU The subscriber would respectfully inform ' the citizens cf Allentown and vicinity that he has opened on the corner of Market Square and Allen Street, in Allentown, formerly occupied by the Lehigh County Bank a new \ Family Grocery Store, where he will always keep on hand,alarg* assortment of Groceries of every decription, which he will sell, at the lowest CASH prices or in exchange for country produce. His stock consists in part as follows: M Imperial, Young Hyson, Black and other Teas, New Orleans, Muscovado, Refined, Pulverised and crushed Sugars, Molasses of all kinds, Oil, Candles, Soap, Bice, Rio, Java and other Coffee, Cheesb, Salt, Brushes, Brooms, Pails, Wash*raachinfes, dec. gjg/fsj ALSO a large assortment of s#23S gHil§ Wines, such as Lisbon, Port SeEbI&EbIBn(l Madeira, Brandy of alt j»ritj.y;viVMtl!jai..;nfi0 g^ whisky, &c. The undersigned will make it his business to buy none but the best of Liquors, and c...

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

A Newarker Returned. — We had the pleasure of an interview this morning with Mr. Lewis ¦ M. Burnet, one oflheBoyden California Company, who has just reached home oh a visit from Panama, where the rest of the Company were wailing a passage to San Francisco. Such was the anxiety to proceed and the demand for passage among the 2000 Amerrican assembled there, that Mr. B. Was constrained to sell the two second cabin tickets for the expected'steamship California for $1000 a clear advance of*800 on the price paid for them in New York.— He returns on business for the Company, and will probable leave again in the U. S. Mail steamer Falcon, which Starts for Chagress on the 19th. . Mr. B. had a short and pleasant return trip.across the Isthmus, which cost only $15, though he paid $40 in going over—owing to thegneat difference in the demand for conveyance. He corroborates in general our written accounts of the route, but speaks of the scenery of the river Chagres as beautiful beyond descripti...

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

" " ¦).» SSBB^Bg Prices Current. ARTICLES. [Per AlkntAattwi Philda Flour iBarrel 4 75 4 75 4 76 Wheat .... | Bush. 95 1 05 1 SO ' Rye .....— 55 05 70-Corn ..... —• 50 66 «*„ Oats — 27 80 8ft Buckwheat. . — 40 40 6» Flaxseed ... —- 1 26 1 30 1 40 Cloversecd . . — 3 00 4 00 4 00 limothyseed . — 2 60 <S 76 2 60 Potatoes ... — 40 35 66 Salt — 45 45 40 Butter .... Pound 12 12 18 Lard .....— 9 10 V Tallow .... — . 09 S Beeswax ... — 26 26 91" Ham — 9 8 10 Flitch .... — 7 0 0 Tow-yarn. . . — 8 8 8 EoU rs Doz. ; 10 10 15 Rve Whiskey ! Gall. 25 25 28 Apple W' Mr ' ey: — ! IB 35 28 Linseed il. . ' — ¦ l-5| Co (.5 Hickory Hood ,Oord i 4 50] 4 60 0 00 "Oak Wood . . i — 3 501 8 60i 5 00 F.gj Coal. . . | Ton 8 75 4 Oil 4 60 Nut Coal . . . I ¦ — 2 50 3 00 3 60 " Lump Cool. . ' i — 3 50| 2 50 2 65 Plaster .. ¦ ..!— 4 SOi 4 60 2 60

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

Malformalioui We went yesterday in company with a medical friend, to . Johnson 's wagon yard, King s ' freef, to see what he choractery^ed as the most extraordinary deviation from the normal type of the human forrrj that he had overheard of. The subject is a yo ung man named Cornelius Allman, twenty-one years of age, a native of Rowan county, North Carolina, who was born with malformation of the hands, legs and feet, so ejitreme, as nearly to deprive those parts ef his body ol all resemblance to. the, human shape. We shall not attempt to g ive the rtiader an idea'of-what indeed can only be imagined possible, by being seen. In a general way, we may say that he has on both hands together, but four fingers and one thumb; while his feet and legs are,from their malformation, entirely useless, even for the most restricted exercise of their ordinary functions. The unfortunate yonng man was decoyed from his home by some unprinci p led adventurers under the assurance that he might se...

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

Great Attractions at (he OT^iV \ OM. ST Oftfc . 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 buyinr elsewhere, for this immense lot shall and will be sold, and we challenge any concern in lhe county to compete with us in really selling goods c ' .icap. I3T\Vu will not he undersold. KERN & SAMSON. March 2D. 5—grn

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

Curiosities or the Earth.—At the city ofModena, in Italy,about four miles around it whenever it is dug, when the workman arrived at the distance of sixty-three feet, they come to a bed of chalk, which they bore with an auger five feet deep. They then withdraw from the pit, before the auger is removed, and upon its extraction, the water bursts up through the aperture with great violence, and quickly fills this new made well, which continues full, and is affected neither by rnins nor droughts. But that which is most remarkable in this operation, is the layers of earth as we descend. At the depth of fourteen feet are found the ruins of an ancient city, paved streets; houses, floors, and different piece ? of mosaic. Under this is found a soft oozy earth made up of vegetables ; and at twenty-six feet deep, large trees entire, such as walnut trees, with the walnuts still sticking on the stem, and their leaves and branches in perfect preservation. At twenty-eight feet deep a soft chalk i...

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

Destructive Fire at Williamsport. A"very destructive fire occurred at Williamsport. Pa., on the 6th inst. Nearl y one whole square was laid in ruins. The fire broke out in Besange's store, (late Camp; bell's) adjoining the Court-house, and opposite ' the U. S. Hotel, which was totally destroyed1 . The following tire among the sufferers: Mr.. Cafnbell's dwelling and outbuildings ; Bailey's livery stables; Heively 's dwelling and warehouse, filled with grain ; Mr. F. C. Campbell's warehouse, filled with grain; and several of his outbuildings; Mr. Hartman's brewery, which was occupied by several families as a dwelling; Mr. A. Hepburn's granary; six stables and barns, belonging to different individuals, were also destroyed. The old School Presb yterian Church, a rtfw and costly edifice, was also destroyed. The Court-house and the New School Presbyterian Church were saved by dint of the greatest exertions. The Lycoming Gazette estimates the entire loss at $18,000 ; of which sum $15...

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

MARRIED. On the 8th of April, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. Jonas Blossi of Washington lo Miss Lucy Ann Peter, of North Whitehall. On the lOlh inst..by the snme, Mr. Even Eckert, to Miss Eliza Nagel, both of Allentown. On the 15th inst., by the same, Mr. Daniel Levan, to Miss Judith Baer, both of Allentown. On the 25th of March, by the Rev. E. A. Bauer, Mr. Amos Gerb .er, of West Penn, Carbon county, to Miss Mary Steigerwald, of East Penn, Carbon county. On the same day, by the same, Mr. Daniel Kistler, to Miss Catharine Whetstone both ol West Penn, Carbon county. On the 5th of April, by the same, Mr. Nathan Klotz, of Lehi ghlon, to Miss Casander Hill, of Weissport, Carbon county. On the 8th inst., by the Rev. Mr. Yeager, Mr. Solomon Loras, to Miss' Maria Nagel, both of East Allentown. On the 5th of April, by the Rev. Mr. Btichs, Mr* W. J. Beitelman, of Lower Macungy, to Miss Maria Butz, of Soulh Whitehall.

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

American iDslftnte. President Taylor having received an invitation to be present at the next Annual Fair of the American Institute, New York, and particularly the Agricultural and Cattle ¦Show connected therewith, sent the following answer: WtsotHOTOK, April 9,1849. Gentlemen :—I have the plasure to acknowledge your communication of the 6th inst., inviting me to the Twenty-second Annual Fcir of the American Institute, in October next. Nothing could gratify me more than to witness the exhibition of American p roductions usual at your annual fairs. Such exhibitions have done much to stimulate the entrprise and increase the self-reliance of our people. The pressure of public duties, which cannot be expected to diminish all the approach of another session of Congress, will render it difficult for me to attend the fair in October, but I will yet endeavor lo do so; With my sincere thanks for your flattering invitation. I remain your most obedient servant. Z.TAYLOR. Messrs. Tallmadge...

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