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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

The Plough, Loom and Anvil. EDITED BY J. S. SKINNER & SON. To the -Friends of Agriculture, Manufac lures, and all the use/id branches of American Industry. The object of this, work is not merely to amuse its readers with accounts of extraordinary crops from single acres, and prodigious weights of bullocks, sheep, and hogs. No! —Though the purpose is to keep the reader advised'of nil really new and valuable discoveries and improvements in the implements and animals 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 mig ht sufficiently indicate that purpose; but the fact is far otherwise. Bv adding to it the .LOOM and 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 are at work as. near to it as the nature of things will admit; and therefore, that the Planter an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

Storekeepers, Blilleners, Farmers AND MECHANICS! WILLIAM S. WEIL'S. Wholesale &, Retail <DRY GOODS and VARIETY STORE The subscriber takes this method of informing his frindsand the citizens generally in Allentown and its vicinity, that he has just arrived from Philadel phia and New York, with a most magnificent stock of goods, viz: Unbleached muslin from 3 to 9 cents . Bleached do. from 8 to 12 cents, best quo]. Calicoes from 8 to 12J cents. Clothes from $ 1,00 to 04,00, Cassimeres from 26 cents to 01,00, do. French Doe Skin from 81 to 01,25. Alpaca and Mohair Lustre from 121 to 50 eta. Ginghams, Linens, Lustres, 12$ to 50 eta. A great variety of Shawls, at all prices. Stockings and Gloves, 64 to the finest qual. Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Cj to the finest qual. Suspenders 8, to 50 cts. Ribbons of the greatest variety ever exhibited in Allentown. Beady nrade shirts with Linen bosoms, from 371 to 01,50. Shirt collars 12£ to 25 cts. Linen bosoms 25 to 60 cts-N. B. Jus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

The Fight at Blgg 'i Hollow. The witness for the prosecution in this case was a little short Dutchman, with a red face, turn up nose and carroty head; his vest was exceedingly shsrt, and to ware his pantaloons at both ends, exhibiting be* tween the waist band of one, and the lower edge of the former, a broad streak of red flannel shirt, his stumpy red bands were stuck in his pockets, and his little eyes which were not red, ran around the court room and seemed to say, "I' (the owner of the said eyes.) am the crack-witness for the prosecution." "Now, sir"—said the District Attorney, "I want you to tell all you know about the fi ght' at Bigg 's Hollow.1 ' Witness.—Well, you see, I knows all about it. The mornin' of the fight, when I was in bed you see, I turns round to Molly, and says Molly. She says, Tom. Says I, Molly, guess I'll get up. Says she. Ton, I guess you'd better. "So you see t gets up and . Judge.—This has nothing to do with the fight. W.—Well, Judge, I must tell rny...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

mmmh xwnmm. JOHNF. RUHE, Esq.'TreiuX&tfr, in account with the Borough of Allentown from April Oth 1848, to April 3d 1849; Dr. 11548, April 9. Balance as per last . Account, . - - - • 66017 Of Howes' and Co' s Circus, - 7 60 Theater Exhibitions, • • 9 60 Of Jacob Ihrie, Botough 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, » • - 19519 Geo. Wetherhold, grading South Allen street, ... 4240 Do. grading Union street, 107 OS Do. Supervisor, - - 48 63 Paid Interest on Loans, • 616 92 Oct. 5. Wm. Eckfeldt, for Hose, 110 00 June 22. Henry Nagel, and others, Nigbtwatch, - - 23 00 Willim Fry, for a Hook and Lad der Wagon, - - - 30 00 Lewis Wolf, Blacksmith work, U8 75 Fre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

Wouldn ' t Marry a HediaBie. A young man commenced visiting a young woman, and appeared to be well pleased.— One evening he called when it was quite late, which led the girl to inquire where he had been. "I had to work to-night." ••Do you work for a living T inquired the astonished girl. •'Certainly," replied the young man— "I am a mechanic." "My brother doesn't work, and I dislike the name of a mechanic;" and she turned up her pretty little nose. That was the last time the youar mechanic visited the young woman.' He is now n wealthy man, and has one of the best of women for his wife. The young lady who disliked the name of a mechanic, is now the wife of a miserable fool-^-a regular vagrant about grog shops—and she, poor miserable girl, is obliged to take in washing, in order to support herself and children. You dislike the name of a mechanic—whose brothers do nothing but loaf and dress —beware how you treat young men who work for a living. Far better discard the well fed pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 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 16th day of April A. D. 1834, and the acts of assembly concurrent therewith. Wei 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 Whitehal l 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 — 26 April 1849

SALT. Hamilton Street, Allentown Pa. WOULD respectfully inform his friends and the public in general, that he has just received from New York and Philadelphia the latest Spring Fashions. and wiil be pleased to furhish his customers and all others with 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 Union ! His stock consists of BEAVER, NUTRIA. BRUSH, RUSSIA, CA8SIMERE. MOLESKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF. LEGHORN, STRAW HATS, MEN & BOYS CAPS, of all kinds, at the very lowest Cash Prices. Call and examine his stock before purchasing elsewhere. 600 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 for l\ic T?eo\>\e \ \ HIRAM YE Hi EH, HITTER, lyCountry Merchants visiting Allentown. dealing in Hats and Caps can be supplied at Wholesale p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

sraw (&cd®;d& a Great Attractions at the STOW YOTML STCVRfc. Just received from New York and Philadelphia the largest and best stock of New Goods-eveT offered for sale, in Lehigh county. This immense slock 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 Fandangledto&mes to our goods, but respectfully invite one and all to call and examine our beautiful stock before buying elsewhere, for this immense lot shall and will be sold, and we challenge any concern in the county to compete with us in really selling goods cheap. BTWo will not be undersold. KERN & SAMSON. March 29. H—2m Mackerel. grrn ^ 'U) half, quarter and whole rtZSer- JPSa Bhis. No. 1. 2. and 8. mnckffcF-£TOE2f eri'l. just arrived and' will be JSggHS*^~=2sold vrrv cheap bv KERN & SAMSON. March 29. , H—2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

P oetical department. \ when I am Gone. Shed nm a tear o'er your friend's early bier, When I am gone—when I am gone! Smile when the slow tolling bell you shall hear, When I am gone—I am gone! Weep not for ma when you stand round my grave; Think who has died His beloved to save—Think of the crown the ransomed shall have, When am gone^—I am gone! Plant ye no rose that shall bloom over me, When I am gone—when 1 am gone! Sing ye no song when my grave ye shall set! When I am gone—I am gone! Come at the close of a bright summer's day, Come when the sun sheds its last lingering ray, Come and rejoice that I thus pass away, When I am gone—I am gone! Plant ye a tree that shalt bloom o'er my bed, When I am gone—when I am gone 1 Breathe not a sigh for the blest, early dead, When lam gone—I am gone! Praise ye the Lord lhal I'm freed frem all care-Praise ye the Lord thai my bliss-ye may share, Look up above, and believe lam there, When I am gone—I am gone !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 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 prices and quality, they also have just received from the same place, • one dozen Black Silk Shawls with heavy fringe, which thoy feel disposed to sell at a very small advance. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. April 12. t—tf Dried Apples. 6000 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 — 26 April 1849

CHOICE! Garden, Field and Flower m. SEEDS. *?£ \3* Ornamental Plants, zS TUBES, SHRUBS, ROSES, GRAPE TINES, it. For Sale at Maupay's Garden, Rising Sun Village, near Philadelphia, and in the Market below Sixth street, evory day, a large assortment of all kinds of Seeds. Green-house & Hardy Plants, which will be sold wholesale and retail. All orders promptly attended to by 8.MAUPAY. 17*All kinds of vegetable plants, Ac. in season. HTTbe above are all raised by the subscriberat his extensive horticultural grounds, where the collection can be seen—Plants, Ac packed to carry with safety. Address 8. MAUPAY.8eed.msp. Rising Sun Pottoffic«,Phiudelphi%cosinty. '- ' Ap ril S. i—2m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

THE LEHIGH REGISTER, ft published in ike Borough of Allentown , Lehigh 'County, Pa., cbety TUetdoy BIT AUCrtrSTtJS £. RUHE, At $1 60 per atanum, payable in advance, and %t 00 ir not paid until the end of the year. No (uper discontinued, until all arrearages are paid, Except st the option of the proprietor. " AsriuiKiiiKti, making not more than one 'square, Will beinserted three times for on* dollar <and for every subsequent insertion twenty-five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the -jam* proportions Those not exceeding ten lines, "will be charget-seventy-Av e cents, and those makiag six lines or less, three insertions for SO cents, 17* A liberal deduction will be made to those wko advertise by the year. HTOrcein Hamilton Street, next door to Stem's Allentown Hotel, (formerly Weiss') •opposite Schnurman's Store,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

The Frioate Bird.—The following is the account given by the Bishop of Norwich at the late meeting of the Ipswioh Museum of Natural History. He had sent to the Museum'that day a specimen of the frigate bird—which was literally atenant of the air; it lived in the air, slept in the air, and never came to the shore except in tho breeding season. The explanation of this extraordinary phenomenon was as simple as possible. It was admirably constructed for the purposes of its existence. It had an enormous pouch beneath his throat, its skin was loose, its bones aud arteries were like air vessels ; and with an extraordinary expansion of tail and wings, it could, b y im» bibing a quantity of air, and rarefying it within its body, become, in fi t* , an air bsl. loon. In this manner it fioatWintha air even during sleep.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

£T( D^3(m> ' "^^rCytf' rzl ~ *t ~ ~ *«"' '^ JMJifcJT»fc- rtisY |*> ^> '! '' afc Trenton and Lehigh Transportation Company. The freighting business heretofore carried on by J. Cook <?• Co., will hereafter be transacted by the "Tre. nton and Lehigh Transportation company." For freight apply to JONATHAN COOK, Superintendant Allentown Pa., A. Whioht & Nephew, or Stephen Lo.no, Vine Street Wharf, Philadelphia. March 24. t —iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

Cotton Tarn, 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 18. t— tf Blue Cotton Yarn. 800 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 IS. , t—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

ftewoval of Store Goods MMarber A' Ifoung, Respectfully inform their friends and customers^ that they ha,v.e recently removed their ^Sjj Sp¦ Bard ware Store, flBBSsjinto 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, coming m their line of business, and which they sell,at the lowest prices. . March 22. ¦ ¦ «r 6w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

STGD'O& q SEi The Copartnership heretofore cxistingunder the firm of Frets, Kern <$• Co., was dissolved on the 2d inst., in consequence of the death of Joseph Sueger, all persons therefore indebted to the saidfirrh.will please call at the Store of their successors Pretz,Guth& Co., between now arid the first day of May next, •fter-which time the claims will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection. CHRISTIAN.PRETZ, - . _ .-WILLIAM SI5RN, I ty™»* mH. tVEiNSfiElMER. j Pttrtne "' March 15. «Ji-8w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

Mrs, Matilda Heckman. Respectfully informs the citizens of Allentown, that she has again established herself opposite the Academy, where she will always keep on hand Fresh Bread, Pound, notation <$• 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, Jane 37,1848. f —8w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

SALT. Great inducemrn'a to Country Storekeeper*! From 1 to 2000 Bushels of ground and fine Salt, which will be sold cheaper than anv ever before offered for sale in this Borough. ' KERN* & SAMSON. March 29. %—'lm Sugar & Molasses. All kinds of Molasses and Sugar for sale Wholesale and Retail bv KERN & SAMSON. March 29. +—2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 26 April 1849

Shoulders and Hams , A large supply of Shoulders and Hams, cured in Philadelphia, just received and for sale by „ Mertz & Landis. April 6. '¦" t—2m.

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