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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Love of Home. Men have lived long and comfortably at a great distance from the place of their nativity, tho neighborhood of which is surely no necessary of life. Yet there have been men who have sickened nnd died of an excessive longing to revisit their native land. To this malady the Swiss were formerly so subject, that they gave it a name signifying the disease of the country; the Scots, too, have suffered from it ; and Homer makes Minerva say of the wandering I'lysscs, lhat to enjoy the happiness' of again seeing the smoke ascend from his native Ithaca, ho would willingly die. Romans ami Cakth.vof.xiano — There was one part of the arrangements made by the Rinnans iri preparing llicfr fleets, which was strikingly characteristic of the determined resolution which marked all their conduct. They constructed machines containing grappling-irons, which they mounted on the [irows of their vessels. These engins ' wero so contrived, that the moment one of the ships containing them shou...

Publication Title: Lehigh Register
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

ifiistcllancoiis Selections. I sal alone in my school-room. The busy beings who had been about me all day had taken their dinner baskets on llieir arms, and traveled offover the hill, in the path which led to their several homes. My desk was strewed over with withered wild flowers. Some were oflerings of infantile hands, while others had been brought in by the botanical class. I had dwell for a longer lime that night than I was wont upon the beauty of the vegetable world, and the goodness and wisdom of its Creator. 1 spread before them the beautifully tinted corolla of the field lily, and showed them its thread-like stamens with golden anthers, and its curious pisliles. From .-mother wild flower I drew llie delicate and nicely notched calyx, and explained to llieui its various uses, and asked if man, with all his boasted powers, had ever planned or executed any thing half as lovely. 1 turned over llie pages of God's holy word, and reatka description of llie riches of Solomon ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Opening of Spring & Summer Goods, AT THE NEW Boot, Shoe, Hat & Cap Store. The undersigned are just opening n very large arid Fashionable assortment of Hoots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, for SPRING & SUMMER WEAR, to which they very respectfull y invite the attention of the public. ^TT ~] Their stock coinfe I prises every varie-I ifcTTfl ly °^ Alens an <l &gi^^ ill «tfF*B Hoys, thick Kip, KH&. ¦ Calf, and Morocco q I^^ Boots and Shoes—LADIES AND MIS3ES, Light, Blue, Green, Red, Bronze, Black, and Linen Gaiters, and half Gaiters; Kid, Morocco and Leather Buckins and Slippers &c. Children Gaiters, and Shoes of every description. FASHIONABLE HATS AND CAPS, Silk, Beaver, Fuf, Brush, and Wool Hats, Palm Leaf, Leghorn, and Straw Hats, of every variety, Cloth, Leather, Fancy, Glazed, and Summer Caps. Camphine, Lard and Fluid Lamps, Candlebras, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Trunks, &c. KID AND MOROCCO LEATHER, All of which will be sold ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

THE PEOPLE'S iYccommo&aiiow Lmc -<D9 STCMira. From Allentown to Easton, via Bethlehem, Daily and returning. The travelling public are respectfully informed, that ill is line of stages has commenced running on Monday, the 23d instant. Hours of Starting. Leave Weaver's Hotel, in Allentown, daily at (i o'clock A. M. precisely, and arrive ' iu Easton at i) o'clock A. M. Returning. Leave WhiteselPs Hotel in Easton, at 3 o'clock P. M., and arrive in Allentown at 6 o'clock P. M. The Fare will be as follows :— From Allentown to Jiaston 02.1 cents. . From Bethlehem to Easton 50 cents. From Allentown to Bethlehem 25 cents. Excursion trips from Allentown to Easton and back same day, one dollar. This line has been fitted up with great care and considerable expense.. ' The coaches are new, the horses gentle, and the drivers will be found obliging and^at tunti ve, and no pains or care will be spuTed by the proprietors to ensure the comfort and safety of .passengers, travellin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

THE SECOND ARRIVAL OF Spring and Summer Goods NERTZ & LANDIS, Having just received and are now unpacking their second supply of Spring and Summer Goods, invite their customers and the public in general, to give them an carlv call as they feel confident that their stock 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 stock consists in part as follows:— A variety of plain and fancy Cloths and Cassimeres, a handsome article of Black and Drab Cashmarett for Summer Coats, Tweed and Merino Cassimere Summer Cloth, Silk Cobrington, Crpton Cloth Gambroons, and a large assortment of plain Plaid and Striped Goods fpr pantaloons, also Silk, Velvet, Satin, Marsailles and Valencia Vestings. A lr.rge assortment of dress goods for Ladies wear such as Silk and Bombazines, Manchester Linen and domestic Ginghams, Mous de Lains, Lawns, a go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

The "Oldest Inhabitant. " ¦ That gentleman (or lady, as the case may be,) must be. venerable for his age, and worthy of till confidence for his veracity. There has been no lime since the confusion of tongues on the plain of Shinar, in which this remarkable personage has not declared that the last cold day was the coldest, the last warm day tho hqltesl; llie lust hailstones that fell die higgast, the last lightning the sharpest, the last thunder the most terrific, nnd so on, "world without end"—that he had ever seen, heard of or conceived. Ho coolly nflirms, now' , that provisions are dearer than they were ever known to be before —a fact, for which he accounts from another fact, namely, that there are more dogs about now-a-days, especially mad dog3, than were ever permitted to live in any one age since the days of his renowned ancestor, who flourished about a century anterior to the exodus of the children of Israel. I am myself ready lo testify on oath, if necessary, that this ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Hats iov V\\c1?co\>\ g \\ IIIR A M YE A G E R, IIA T TER AMIL TON S'l'KEKT, 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 will be pleased to furnish his customers and all others with them at the shortest notice. Ilis-Hats for durability, and finish cannot bo surpassed by any establishment in this or any other town in the Union ! His stock consists of J3EAVER, NUT RJA.fcRlS . RUSSIA, CASSIMERE, MOLESKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF, LEGHORN, STRAWtlATS, MEN & BOYS CAPS, ¦ of all kinds, at the very lowest Cash Prices. •Call and examine .his stock before purchasing elsewhere. E3TCountry Merchants visiting Allentown, dealing in Hats und Caps can b« supplied at Wholesale prices, from one to dozen, such sizes as any may want-April 5. f —3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

VOLUME HI, THE LEIHGII REGISTER *"» published ify the borough of Allentown, Lehigh Count;/, Pa., every Tuesday , /BY AUGUSTUS Ii.RlJHE,. At $1 50 per annum, payable in advance, and '$2 00 if not paid until the end of the year. No ' paper discontinued, until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the proprietor. Anvr.itTisKXF.NTs, making not more than one Square, will be inserted three times for one dollar and for every subspquent insertion twenty-five cents. Larger advertisements charged in the sama proportion. Those not exceeding ten lines, will be charged seventy-five cents, and those making six lines or less, three insertions for 50 cents-Id^" A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the ' year. tZFOfliccin Hamilton Street, next door to Stem's Allentown Hotel, (fornJtrly Weiss') opposite Schnurmun's Store.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

GROCERIES Imperial, Young and Black Teas, Rio Java and St. Domingo Coffee, Syrup, Sugar House, N. Orleans and Trinidad Molasses, a good assortment of Sugars, Honey, Common and Sperm oil, Salt, Mackerels, Shad, Chocolate, all kind of Spices, Dye stuffs, &c. A large slock of China, Queens and Glassware they have also on hand a good stock of Earthen and Stoneware, which with all goods not named here we offer at the lowest price, and thereforo hope to receive a liberal share of public patronage for which wc will ever be thankful. May 3. ^—if Strekeepers, Millencrs, Farmers AND MECHANICS' _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

rAKE NOTICE Dont let yourselves be deceived, bought o: caught by fictitious prices, that are published in the papers. The undersigned sell as low 03 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 wo sell at lower rates than others — all we ask, isrthat such whopurchase -h-onv Hardware, &c. 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 i$- Hurdwiirc Store, Allentown. April 20. H—5\v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Perfumery. A splendid assortment of Perfumery con sisling in part as follows:— Roussel's Genuine Bears Oil. Magical Hair Oil. Brigi;'s Russian Cosmetic for the hair. ' Italian Medicated Soap. American Shaving compound. Genuine Cologne water. Genuine extracts of Music Patchouly. Jcsniin, &c. &c. Fancy Soap of all kinds. Just received and for sale cheap by C. J. DEPEW April 20: t—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 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, Rotation $¦ 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. J»ne 27- 1848. f—3w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

GTWliat unaccountable creatures uro women ! They Ireat their humble servants like slaves, when they see them ; they rail at them, they despise them, they will hardly vouchsafe them a look, yet are uneasy in their absence.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Shoulders and Hams A largo supply of'Shoulders ' and Hams, cured in Philadelphia, just received and for sale by . Mertz & Landis. April 5. . t—2m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Poetical Department.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

National Prosperity. True patriotism cannot bo sectional in its character. The interests of town, county or Stale are not of sufficient magnitude to confine the love of his country to exertions in their behalf. Tho welfare and prosperity of llio whole Union ought to bo the first and greatest desire of every American ; and his earnest endeavors should be constantly directed to the furtherance of that object. The most -certain method of insuring (he prosperity of a nation is . by diflusing education among the masses, and taking measures to secure to every citizen the opportunity to labor and tho enjoyment of the comforts of life through the work of his hands. "A fair day's wages for a fair day's work," is agood maxim, and one worthy the" consideration of all who desire to see the condition of men elevated, and the rights of individuals respected. The only means by which so desirable a result can be attained is through the enactment of such laws as shall tend to develope the reso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

A Brief Lay Discourse. Judge Jones' remark bolore the granil jury, in its last silling, to llie purport that Lehigh county was remarkably moral in its character, furnishes us with n text upon which we shall expatiate a little, after our own fashion. It is indeed a matter of boast with us, that with such a compact population, the blistering plague of vice is rarely seen. Those pestiferous haunts of sin which so often infect cities, are not visible in our large (owns, thanks be to God for it: nor do we see thoso striking contrasts which extremos of wealth and poverty present. We have often thought that our borough was as perfect a realization of a Fourietc association, as ever the same number of persons thrown promiscuously together, and without a -socio! object in view could be; fortius uniformity of condition and eslale which prevails hero, approaches that summit of mutual privilege and right which the Fourierite dreams of. Our buildings are almost uniform in their appearance,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Gleanings from the Mail. Ljf II is Mrs. Partington's opinion that "men are hard creatures to find out, and ain't worth much nficr you have fourvd 'em out." fSTHon. E. A. Hanncgan, Minister to Germany, and his private Secretary, Col. Colt, sailed in the steamship EmNjpa, which left New York for Liverpool / IjfSilcnce is a gift without peril, and a treasure wilhout enemies. ty The sum to the credit of private depositors in the Hank of England, is $50,000,000. £'_S""rhe Savannah Georgian predicts that, in a few years hence, Georgia will be a manufacturing Siaie of no small importance. Ll?"It is a mistake to suppose that big heads always contain the most intellect. Some of them are like large turnips, rather corky. • tyi'hosc whoouiliveihcir incomes by splendor in dress and equipage, resemble a town on fire, which shines by liial which destroys it. I3>"li is an error to think that a long face is- essential to good morals, or that laughing is aO unpardonable crime. C5**Tlie ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

"The World as it Moves," A weekly Magazine of 40 pages, is an excellent periodical. In addition to a reprint of Chambers' celebrated and useful popular Edinburgh Journal, which has in Kurope a circulation of 150,000 copies, "The World as it Moves" gives the choicest articles lhat appear in Ihe great British Reviews, Magazines and Newspapers.— Nor is iliis all; There are orignal articles and translations from the French, Italian and German periodicals. It also answers all Literary and Scientific Questions from subscribers, and publishes free of charge, the Marriages and Deaths, on information., of all its patrons. The "World" also gives a miscellany of Foreign and Domestic News. The price is $\ 50 for three months, (one vol,) or $5 fur one year, (4 vol.) Each volume contains 520 pages. This Magazine would be of great value to families and Libraries, and wc heartily recommend it to those who wish sound and althe same time interesting reading. We should remark dial all persons su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 10 May 1849

Iowa Boundary.—The people of Iowa arc rejoicing on the decision of the Supreme Court of the United Stales which establishes as ihe boundary between their Stale and Missouri die most southerly line, as always claimed by.Iowa and contested by Missouri. Good.—"Mother 1" said an interesting Utile boy, one morning al breakfast, "I want some milk so bad. Why don't father buy a cow V Old Mrs. Wilson's got one now." lie patient," said the affectionate iiioiher, "Mr. Wilson has joined ihe Sons of Temperance, and I hear' em say that your father.has a notion of joining them too, then wc will soon be able lo buy us a cow." . . » ¦ Vine Apples in Florida.—A writer iu ihe Savannah Georgian says, that one gentleman put out 40 slips of the pine on the 20th of Augusi, 1S43, and they ripened fruit July 10, 1R15; he has now 3500 plants, half which wilt bear next July. The apple does as well as al St. Lucia, if not belter, than in Cuba ; the fruit is larger and better. About 1S . O00 pines can be pro...

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