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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

National Convention-A National Convention of the friends, of Schools and Ui.iveu.il K.l.icalinu throughout the I' liion, i;- invited to assemble in Philadelphia i"t '.he 2C-!h nr^Augnst next, for the proii - .u'.;i.- '.i ol '.ni-. pa'.aino::i-.'. in'erfst of our ilti 'liib'.ican ii;..|iLutu.ii!S Ho:. ,'..-cp!i !I. Chandiei 05 i'liaiiiii.i:i ot the eyctiiifei' o!.;:iai'gemon'.K, at'.-l Alfred I-. W.-itjht .oires.io.iJiig . i.vrctarv—to whom le-ttrrn may 1 e addressee. Bishop Potter, Professor Bache, Prelum - Hart, Horace'Mann. Pr. Kin<j of New Jersey, and oilier friends unite in the call. ./ Odd Fellows' Klcctiou.—The annual election for officers of the Grand Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows of the State of l' eimsylvani.i, was held on Monday night, at the Ha!!, in Sixth r;tieet , Philadelphia. The election resulted in the choice of tho following imniedgenlleir.cn: K. XV.Cx. AI.—Dr. II. S. Patterson. K. W. D. 0. .M.—CeorgeS. Morris. K. . W. G. W.—W.il.Witte. !!....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

Allentown, Pa. THDB SDAY7MAXTT8Tor~~~ Circulation near 3QOO. V*. B. PALMER, Esq., N. W. corner of Third and Chesnut streets, Philadelphia, and 169 Nassau street, (1 ribuno Buildings,) New York, is our authorized AgeiufoTTfscciyinB advertisements and subscriptions to thj^ieAig-A Register and collecting and rcceipthfiffor the same. ©Ije Ccljigl) Hcgister. T3F In another columi will be found a very interesting letter from Dr> Waller J. Martin, who left here en route for California, dated Tampico, March 30. 1849. The letter was written to a frietftl of his, in this place, who has politely handed it to us for publication. G?" In our next we shall republish the article headed "National Prosperity," with comments, of which friend Hulter of the Eastoa Argus complains of.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

ImHanff •« the Mexican Frontier. In a conversation with an intelligent gentleman, who accompanied Col. Hays on fiis late expedition to El Paso, we learned lhat the depredations of the Indians on the Mexican territory have become even more extensive since tho conclusion of the late war than they ever were before. Our informant describes the terror and affliction of the Mexicans in the frontier towns as approaching to absolute despair. Even in towns of considerable size, they are kept in constant dread of the sudden inroad of these savages, who rush in upon them with the quickness of lightning, and seizing their wives and children—their cattle and moveable property, disappear as mysteriously and suddenly as they come, bearing their spoils afar off to theirdislant camping grounds. The scenes of distress, •or barbarous violence, of cruel and remorse-Jess savages, which have . of late become so familiar on the northern frontier of Mexico, exceed even the records of our own coun- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

MMIMm (BWIII The Trustees of LefkyetW College announce to the public, that the Summer Session of the tnwtuUon-will comment* on the 3d day of May 1849, and that its Operation will be conducted with renewed vigott under the charge of tho following faculty: Rev. Charles W. Nassau. A. " M., President and Professor of the Latin and Greek Languages and Literature. James H. Coffin, A.M., Vice President and Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy. Hon. James M. Porter, L. L. D., Professor of Jurisprudence and Political Econ- | omy. Rev. J. W. Richards, A. M., Professor of the German Language and Literature. The instruction will be thorough and complete, embracing all the branches of a full collegiate course. The expenses are—For Tuition, use of Libhtry and appar-I atus, $40 00 j For Fuel, 0 00 For servants' wages, (carrying 1 coal to private rooms, &c) f ier Session, SI. ' 2 00 For Room rent, from $4 to S10 ; average Sfj,30, 5 35 S53 38 Students in the Academical Dep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

NEW ARRIVAL OF Hardware. The undersigned have just returned from tf%$j^L$i<2l$ Philadelphia with a large as'SiaK^^P' sortment of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery, wilh Coach<-triminga and Shoc-fmi' nngs. all of which will be sold' at reduced prices at the Store of O. & J. SAEGER. April'JO. ^—6w IRON".—A good lot of Hammered and Rolled Iron. Sheet Iron, American and English Band Iron, Hoop Iron. Castand Shear Steel, .septate, tlat and round, just received with Anvils and Vices, ' and for salo cheap al lha Store of O. & J. SAEGER. GLASS.—151) boxes Glass of all sizes, for sale by O. & ). SAEGER, WHITE LEAD.—1 ton of WhiteLcatl just received, Pure and Extra, and for sale by 0.& J. SAEGER. NAILS.—'.200 Kegs of the best Nails, Brads and S pikes, just received, and for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. SHOE-FINDINGS.—A large assortment of Shoe-Findings, just received and for sale by '" . O. & J. SAEGER. TO BUILDERS.—Alarge " assortme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

lion to Choose a Good Husband. When you sec a young man .of modest, respectful, retiring habits, nut given to pride, to vanity, or to flattery, he will make a good husband, for he will be the same lo bis wife after marriage tint he was before. Win-r you see a man of fiue-al, industrious habits, iio'-foi'ltitie-btiuter," but who would take a wife fur the value of herself, and not for the sake ol wealth, that man will make n nootl and affectionate, husband. When you s«-e:i man using bis best endeavors lo raise him-¦ ¦elffri - .tn obscurity to credit and influence, by his own merits, marry him—rhe is worth having, foe his afleclion will not decrease, neither will he living hiinsvlf ov bis partner to poverty and want. When von see a young man whose manners a'. e of the most hoisteriMis and disgusting kind wilh brass •¦nough in carry him anywhere, and vanity enoi.teli to make him think every 0110 inferior to himself, don't.marry him, trirls—he will not. make a good husband. When you se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

' THE SECOND ARRIVAL OF Spring and Summer Goods , l WERTZ & LANDIS, ! Having just received and are now unpacking their second supply of Spring and Summer Goods, invite their customers and the public in general, logive them an early call as they feel confident that their slock being purchased so low and will be sold at so small,an advance, will find a brisk sale, call therefore before the cheap and fine goods are all sold, and make yourselves- sure of a good bargain. Their slock consists in part as follows:— A variety of plain and fancy Cloths and C.issimeres, a handsome article of Black and Drab Cashmnrett for Summer Coats, Tweed and Merino Cassimere Summer Cloth, Silk Cobringlon, Croton Cloth Gambrnons, and a larjie assortment of plain. Plaid and Striped Goods for pantaloons, also Silk, Velvet, Satin, Marsaiiles and Valencia Vestinijs. A li.rge assortment of dress goods for Ladies wear such as Silk and Bombazines, Manchester Linen and domestic Ginghams, Mous de Lains,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

Owen Jloiiinaii. Clock, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Next door to the New Fork Store, of Kern and Samson, in Hamilton Street, Allentown Pa. The undersigned respectfully informs his friends " "a«d the public- in general, that be has just returned from New York and Philadelphia, with a very large and well selected stock of GOLD AM) SILVER WATCHES. 8 day and 3-1 hour CLOCKS, from two to fifteen dollars, and a full assortment of Jewelry. Among others it comprises the following ar ticles : Gold and Silver Levers, Anker Levers, Lapines, English, French and Swiss watches, Gold, Silver aad Steel Spectacles, for . all ages, SilverCombs,Gold Breast-pins, Ear-rings and Finger lings. Gold pens, Gold and Stiver pencils, Silver Tea and Table-spoons, and a large variety of articles in his line of business. He has also on hand a large assortment Accordians, &c. The above stock is entirely new, and selected wilh the greatest cure, and of the latest fashions and styles. He invites the pu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

THE PEOPLE'S »\ccommo(\.alidw YAivc From Allentown to Easlon, via Bcthlehim, Daily and returning. The travelling public are respectfully informed, that this line of stagtfs has commenced running on Monday, the 23d instant. Hours of Starting. Leave Weaver's Hotel, in Allentown,. daily nt (5 o ' clock A. M. precisely, and arrive in Easton at !) o'clock A. M. Returning. Leave Whiiesell's Hotel in Easton, at 3 o'clock P. M., and arrive in Allentown at C o'clock P. M. ; . The Fare will be as follows:—- •From Allentdwn 'to Easton 02i cents. From Bethlehem to Easton 50 cents. From Allentown to Bethlehem 25 cunts. Excursion trips 'from Allentown to Easton and back some day, one dollar. This line has been'filled up with great care nnd considerable expense Th? coaches are new, the horses gentle, and trie drivers will be found obliging und^attentive, nnd no pains or enre will be spared by the proprietors to ensure the comfort and safety of . passengers, travelling by thijh'ne. EF'Errands...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

Pennsylvania Hotel A 11 cw House and a new Landlord. The subscriber respectfully informs bis friends and the public generally, that he has taken the newly erected three story brick tavern of Jesse GrinV at tho northwest corner of Market Square, in the borough of Allentown, called "The Pennsylvania Blotel" The House is known as one of the most spacious and cotiv-.tiem in the Suite—none more so out of Philadelphia—and ' contains ¦1-1 rooms. He therefore feels assured that he can accommodate satisfactoril y all who may favor him with a rail. His TABLE shall at ail limes be supplied with the best the season and ihe markets afford, ami the Bar with ihe choicest Wines anil Liquors. The Beds and Bedding, together with all his furniture being entirely new, the patrons of this house may rely upon finding those two great essentials—cleanliness and comfort. - The Stabling is large and commodious, and tts he will have none but kind and attentive Ostlers, a due regard will he. had to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

.Famas II. Hush, TIN AND STOVE SMITH. Iu Alleutouu. Respectfully informs bis friends and the public in general, ihnt he continues ihe Tin and Stove Smithing business, in all its various branches, lit his old stand, two doors easi of Moyer ' s'Allentown Hotel, in Hamilton street, in the borough of Allentown. He has tm ha up a verv large assortment of TIX AS'D HlOU WAKE, Such as all hinds of Buckets, Watering Pots, Spout-beads, &c. which he also manufactures to order, at the shortest notice, and warrants them to be durable, and of the best materials. He keeps Constantly on hand a large supply, of Hoofing Tin, expressly maim fucuued for Roofing Houses, which enables him lo do roiling - al the shortest no.ice, ami at moderate charges. He will urn!, i-iako j-i!-.. a reasonnb.'e distance iiv.n A.'le!i::i» - .-i. at:'! will warrant them lo be .durable. H.-i also keeps on lir.ud ••I. 'mv.'hs, M.-uder. -,e & Go's. Improved Rei'.ih;'! .: Ai.-MPllinp." al the extr.'ille...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

A Woman Kith (wo Husbands. An English paper relates ibe following initoresling narativc:— '•'Ei ght years ago, Ellen,the daughter of Philip Cronin, Esq ., of Welbeck, married, clandestinely, the'son of her father's gardener, a fine-looking young fellow named Oaltes. As is usual in. such cases. Ellen and her husband were turned out of doors, and told to .go and beg their bread, if they cuuld not get it any other way. Ellen was then not quite sixteen years of age, bul a girl of unusual spirit and firmness. She there-, fore induced her husband to go to London, and they arrived, almost friendless,- in that metropolis. After staying there several weeks, they were enabled to do but little.— Ellen hnd procured some scholars, through tho influence of a former school-mate who was married and selllod, but this little income would but little more than pay the. rent of their one room. YoungOakes. who was now for the first lime struggling wilh the world, itlmnst gjuvc up iu despair.. Finally, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

To (he Directors oi' the Common Schools in Lehigh. In pursuance of ihe thirty-second section of an act, entitled "An act for ihe regulation nod contiuuancc-ofa system of Education by Common Schools" passed the 7lh day of April . A.. D., 1619., Wo the undersigned Commissioners of, Lehigh counly, hereby publish a statement ' of the amount to which every district in the County of Lehigh is entitled, for the year i A. D., 1850, out of the annual appropriation j of 8200,000—as per report made to this of- '1 lice, by the superintendent of Common j Schools, as follows, to wit: * Allentown Borough, ' 004 63 j Northampton, 50 58 L' pper Milford, . - 310 37 Upper Macungv, 103 IS i North Whitehall, ' 349 2S 1 •South Whitehall, 251 74 j Hanover, 213 20 Snlsburg, 170 3S Heidelberg, 121 30 Washington, 134 48 Weisse.nburg, 151 70 Lowhili, 87 74 Upper Snucon, 270 34 Lower Mncungy, . 229 60 Lvnn, 182 45 PETER BREINIG "l -. ' i ri^rimriirin imn Coitl'IlMI r < >r - - J. LICHTENWA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

#r i«0 Cttrout. AhriCLES. 'liftr Aihrt.Easimi'j2jZ Ffcror. . . . tiButtl 4 Jft 4 i& ^& Wheat .... Btudi. S6 1 <K 4 #0 Rye *» -U 66 / * Com — 4fi Qfli m Oats ¦— 27 80 38 Buckwheat. . — 40 40 SO Flax«eed ... — 1 25 1 80 1 40 Cbverseed . . — 3 00 4 00 4 00 'Iimothy. -oed . <— 8 60 * 76 ft.fiQ Potatoes ... — 40 36 6i Salt. . .... — 45 46 40 Butter .... PouBd 32 1« 18 Lard ..... ~ 9 10 9 Tallow .... — 9 © 8 Beeswax . . . — 85 26 "27 Ham .... ' .•— 9] S 10 Flitch..... .. I — I -- .-7! 6 0 Tow-yarn- ¦ • .-I — I 8 8 '8 Eggs ...,.! Doz. ! 10 10 IB Rve Whiskey j Gall, j 25 26 28 A pple Whiskey! — ! 18 25 28 .Linseed Oil. . j — i 05 65 66 Hickory Wood I Cord 1 4 50 4 50 6 00 Oak Wood - - i — 8 50 8 50 6 00 E gg Coal... Ton 3 76 4 00 4 50 Nut Coal ...!. _. 2 50 3 00 8 60 Liimp Coal. . ,' — 1 3 60 2 50 2 65 Plaster .... i — ! 4 50 4 601 2 60 —¦ •~-mtm. --T-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

SPfHXfi & SUMMEtt WEAR, ' .u tvhic .ii -thi 'v vi'!", ' ry-..;ier:M: ' y invite the ;i '.i' -i;-.;-.,i i.'i the pit'-' ':- . pi, Their stock coins ' ' t ' ¦ 5. , ' prises every vaiiejic*&>» Wj *^# ^& hays, thick Kip, fcy» v (' alland Morocco t^Jli^w Boots and Shoes—LADIES AND MISSES, Light, Blue, Green, Redi Bronze, Black,and Linen Gaiters, and half Gaiters ' ; Kid, Morocco and Leather Buckins aiid'Sltppcrs&c. Children Gaiters, and Shoes of every description. i'ASHIOXADLE HATS AND CAPS, Silk, Beaver, Fur, Brush, and Wool Hats, Palm Leaf, Leghorn, and Straw Huts, of every variety, Cloth, Leather, Fancy, Glazed, and Summer Caps, Canipltiiie, Laid nnd Fluid Lamps, Candlebras, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Trunks,itc. K.10. AN 1). MOROCCO t,KATHER, All of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash. Duii't forget the place, next door 10 Si!eev-,-'s Hardware Store, two doors above Koib's 1 Intel, in the building formerly occupied by Lewis Schm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

EMPORIUM OF FASHlOiY IN ALLENTOWN. The undersigned have formed a Co-partnership, it: the Fashionable Tailoring business under the firm of Stettlcr $¦ Gel:. They have rented the building, one door east of Meyer's Allentown Hotel, formerly occupied as the "Lehigh Register" printing office, on the north side of Hamilton- street, in the Borough of Allentown, where they will be ready 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 to dress a man oil' in real Buncombe style. ' . ¦ STETTLER & GETZ. ' April 5. II—lw. " NORTHAMPTON : If\itcf Company. The stockholders of the Northampton Wa ter Company, ate ' hereby notified, that un election for five Managers, to serve for the ensuing year, will be held on Monday the Nth o( May next, between the hours of 10 A. M- and 6 P. M.. at the house of Major Eli Steckel, in the borough of Allentown. B y order of the Board, M. D. E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

TAKE NOTICE. Dont let yourselves be deceived, bought r caught by fictitious prices, that are pubshed in the papers. The undorsigned sell as low as our next neighbors, and in fact as low as any commission house in Allentown. We do not deem it necessary to publish prices, in order to inform the public that We sell at lower rates than others — all we ask, is, that such who purchase Iron, Hardware, etc. should give us a call, and they Will find that "Saegcr's Hardware Store" sells as low if not lower than any house in town. O. & J. SAEGER, Iron ey Hardware Store, Allentown. April 20. 1—5w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

Allentown Academy Tho Summer Term of this Institution commences on Monday the 14th inst. Although pupils are charged from the time of entrance, yet it is always better to enter, cither at the coiiiim-nceinent of a * new term or a week or two before. Young men who desire to pursue the study of Surveying, with the higher Mathematics and ihe English language, will find the present-session a favorable one. for this purpose. In the Fvmtile Department, plain and ornamental needle work with music, receive, careful attention. Further particulars may be learned upon application at the Academy R. C. Chandler, A. B. Principal. May 3. . ^ —liv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

iUABSRSJEI). On Tuesday,by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. Admit Eckiri, 10 Mjss Ellen Wilson, both of Allentown. C?* Accompanying the above*notice we acknowledge the receipt of a must delicious piece j of poundcake, which to us poor printers is an unwonted occurrence. Our "devil," who acknowledged, that he had frequently seen and heard of such a luxury as pound cakes, botlteverhad the gpod fortune in participating at their destruction, ] was no little elated, and gave such demononsira- 1 tration of joy and good humor, that we really opined that his technical appellation was unjust. ' Wc wish ihe happy couple a life fraught with ' sunshinic and happiness. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 3 May 1849

DIED. Op the 27 lilt., in South Whitehall, Edwin Gricscmer, in the 34th year of his age. At his resident at Butzville, on Monday last, nfter ' a short illnsss John Gradwohl, aged about CO years. On the 19. nil. in Lynn, of old age, Ih.nfy Slulz, a highly respectable inhabitant of that township, aged 07 years, S mouths and 28 days. On the SOth ult., in South Whitehall, Anna Maria, c6nsort of Jacob Gatteneierv aged -IB years. On the 34th ult., in Heidleberg, Magdalena Housman, widjiw of Christian Housman, in tho 73d year of her ago.

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