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

Odd Fellowship in Uhio.—The Odd Fellows -Magazine lor April, published alColumbus. Ohio, has a (able showing ihe condition of the order in Ibis State. The whole numberof mumbers is now 18,247,, and the receipts of the year were ?G4,970,03, being all increase of 57,447,40 over the previous year. The total amount expended during the year for relief was $20,931,57. Dulifi- die year 2913 new members have been added, aiid 29 new lodges instituted.

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

Circulation near 2©<><K _ V. B. PALMER, Esq., N. W. corner of Third and Chcsnut streets, Philadelphia, and 1G9 Nassau street, (1 ribune Buildings,) New York, is our authorized Agent for receiving advertisements and subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting and receipting for the . same. ..

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

Allcniown, Fa. THURSDAY, MAY l ~bT 1849. J

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

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

Highly Important LATEST ARRIVAL FROM MARKET! THE NEW YORK STORE is again filled with rich, elegant, ' splendid and magnificent Goods and Fabrics, of every conceivable color, style, and quality, and now open for inspection and use. LADIES , we have for you a large slock of new and fashionable Dress Goods, which have been selected wi(h great care, both in regard lo quality and style, consisting in part of ' Lawns, 15e-rage,-Do Lains, Muslin.GingT hams, Linen Ginghams, Changeable and Raw Linen, English and American Prints. For Silk Goods we have splendid Brocade Figured Silks. Rich Camilion, Plain and Colored Silks, Black Silks with rich Lustres, and only such goods' ns we »nn safely reconnrieiid for durability, being manufactured from pure boiled silk. - Black Silk Shawls. Plain Damask, nnd richly embroidered, of every quality and price. 'PHIRET SHAWLS, R'nck and Mode, colors. Pea Green, Silk and Kid Gloves, Ladies j Collars, Combs, &c, which can but please I ySu if once...

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

Arrival of the America. In the National Assembly, on Monday, the President of the Council of Ministers made a communication relative to the. intepventioti of France in Italy. He stated, in substance, that the contra toup of the victories gained by the Austrians over the Piedmontese would be fell throughout the Whole of Central Italy ; that a crisis appeared to bo imminent in the Roman States, and that France-would not remain indifferent lo such a stale of things. He added, that the protection of natives of France, resident in Italy, the necessity of maintaining the leg itimate influence which France no longer possesssd in Italy, and the desire which the French government felt to contribute towards obtaining for the Roman people a good government, based upon liberal institutions, rendered it a duty of the Cabinet to make Use of the liberty which the Assembly had granted to it, by its vote ol the 20th of March, to occupy temporarily the territory of that peninsuhv Tho Minister...

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

FASHIONABLE Clothing 'Emporium SBBBKTS—Shirts, Shirt Bosoms. Under-shirts, Drnwrs, Suspenders, Cravats, Slocks, Hosiery, Gloves, eic. ALSO.—Parasols, Bead Purses, Combs, Fans, &c. An assortment of Ready made Clothing of every description for Men anil Boys—al the following extreme low prices. READY MADE CLOTHING. Summer Coals, from 91,00 to 2,00 Fine Linen Coats, from $1,25 to 2,00 Tweed Coats, 82,00 to 3,50 Summer Clolh, 92,00 lo 4,00 Silk warp Cnshmcrctl, 83,00 to 0,00 Superfine Clolh, $7,50 to 10,00 Pants, Cotton from 50 to 1.00 " Tweed " SI,00 to 2,00 " Linen " 91,00 loil.OO " Snlinelt •' $2,00 to 11,00 " Sup. Cassitncre, 8:1,00 to 5,01) Vests Mai'saiiles, r>0 to 1,00 " Cashmere, a1,00 to 2,50 ". Satin, 152,00 to 1,00 " Cloth, S2,00to2,50 tVAll kinds of country-produce taken in Weiss «5* JLic&lcatwalncr* Have just received; froin Philadelphia and New York, and now oiler for-sale, a new lot of tile most fashionable stock of Dry Goods, ever exhibite...

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

APPLETON'S UllliAT CKNTRAL CHEAP BOOK STORE, 164 Chestnut Street, Corner of Seventh, Swui/n's Buildings, PHILADELPHIA. KNOWING the wants of the community, the Proprietor of this Establishment has fitted up a Store in ihe most elegant manner, having due jegard to the comfort of-his customers, so that every Stranger visiting his Book Store, may feel entirely al home. HIS IMMENSE STOCK of Books is classified according to the various Departments or Literature, so that visitors can find the Books they are in search of for themselves. Buying his Stock for the most part at the Auction Sales, and being connected wilh one of the Largest Publishing Houses in this country, besides publishing largely himself, enables him to sell all Books at LOWER PRICES than any other house or a similar character on this continent. His facilities for tho Importation of Books from Europe are uusurpassed, having a Branch of his Establishment in London, where orders of private gentlemen nre carefully exec...

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

Pennsylvania Hotel, . ¦ ¦ A neiv Honsc and a neir Landlord. jri The subscriber resZZ%$£i?\ speclfully informs his /$$ %&&. V?'-^t friends and the public ^^»^~;[]i, ' v@'i^)geucrully, l!.at he has &SyMeT*ii:" -i*i'; l taken the newly en-cmWW-^MMu 'd lll >'™ *lorv "' brick SSaSSS^&sSs-tSSStavern ol Jesse Grim, at tho northwest corner of Market Square, in the borough of Allentown, called "The 1*csjmw5 Jvauji.-i B3olel-" The.I Iniise is known as ' one of-Ihe most spacious and convenient in ihe Stale—none inure so out of Philadel phia—;md contains ¦II rooms. Hi! therefore feels assured that he. can m-cotninodate satisfactorily all who may favor him with a call. His TA11LK .shall at all times be supplied with the. best the season and the markets ufliird.nnrf the Uau with the choicest Wines anil Liquors. | The Reds and Redding, together wilh all his furniture being entirely new, the pat-• rons of this house, nitty rely upon finding those two gre...

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

Owen Hoffman, Clock, Watchmaker and Jeweler, Next door to the New Fork Store, of Kern and Samson, in Hamilton Street, Allentown Pa. The undersigned respectfull y informs his friends and the public in general, thnt he has just returned fcom New York and Philadelphia, with a very large and well selected stock of ^g Sis. GBLD A?JD SILVEH WATCJIES, /r^v *^ Wn\ ^ ^ay anc * ^ nour S" ) izk CLOCKS BlKJLfiJ^i ' * rcm lWO l0 ^ tecn dollar*, H llfiillPil ""^ a *"" n!Sortment of JilfiBBfiES! Jewelry. Among others it \xmimmitmmB!i comprises the following articles : Gold and Silver Levers, Anker Levers, Lapines, English, French and Swiss watches, Gold, Silver aad Sleel Spectacles, for all ages, Silver Combs, Gold Breast-pins; Ear-rings and Finger lings, Gold pens, Gold and Silver pencils, Silver Ten and Table-spoons, and a large variety of articles in his line of business. He. hns also on hand a large assortment Accordinns, &c. Tho above slock is entirely new, and selected with the...

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

.Fames M. Hush, TIN AND STOVE SMITH In . AUentownt Respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he continues the Tin and Stove Smithing business, in all its various branches, at his old stand, two doors east of Moyer's . Allentown Hotel, in Hamilton street, in the borough of Allentown. He has on hanp a very large assortment af TIf¥ AIVI> IICOiY WARE, Such as alLJfinds of Bucket*, Watering Pots, Spout-heads, &c. which he also manufactures to order, at llie shortest notice, and warrants them to be durable, and of the best materials. He keeps constantly on hand a large supply, of Roofing Tin, expressly manufactur ed for Roofing Houses, which enables him to do roofing at the shortest notice, and at moderate charges. Ho will undertake jobs a reasonable distance from Allentown, nnd will warrant them to be durable. He also keeps on hand "Downs, Mynderso & Go's. Improved Rovolving Stand-Pump," at the extremo low price of from $5 to $7. This...

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

" SALT. Great inducements to Country Storekeepers! From 1 to 2000 Bushels of ground :iud line Salt, which will be sold cheaper than any ever before offered for sale in this Borough. . KERN & SAMSON. May 10. H— 2m Sugar & Molasses, All kinds of Molasses and Sugar for sale Wholesale and Retail by KERN & SAMSON. May 10. t—2m Queensware. A splendid assortment of Glass and tiueenswnro which will be sold cheap by KERN vt SAMSON. May 10. 1|—tf Looking Glasses. A beautiful assortment of mahogany framed Looking Glasses, will be sold cheap by - KERN & SAMSON. May 10. II—if PRODUCE. All kinds of Produce taken in exchange for Guods, at the New York Store by ' KERN & SAMSON. May 01. t—t ' -WANTED-1000 Bushels Potatoes wanted, for which ihe hi ghi-.-i market price will be paid, either in ca-.,li or in trade by PRETZ, GUTH & Co. i May 10. 1—if

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

( !HASfil8B!EB!>. On Tuesday hist, by.the Rev. .Mr. ieriiinn, Mr. ll'Utitim (Ir' uii, to Miss Eliza Ludivig, both of AlieiitnWn. On. the 2Slh ult., by ihe- Rev. Mr. Barns,. Mr. George Dennills, lo Miss EllenLaabuck both of South Easton. At the residence of Col. Jefferson Drtvis, in Mississippi, Hon. Richard Broitdhcitd, Into member of Congress, from the lOlh Congressional District, lo Miss Mary June Bradford, of ihe former Mute. On Sunday evening last, by the Rev. Mr. Dubs, Mr. Lewis Grist to Miss Elemina Fried, both of this borough, On the 20 nil., by the same, Mr. John Dielil, of Salisbury, to Miss Maria A' uaus.;, of Hanover. On the 28th ult." by the same, Mr. Elias Sicgle. to Miss Augcline Meyers, both of Bulztown Norihnmtoti county " . On the 20th ult., by TJev. ' lsnac Rndler, David F. Ktttz, to Caroline. Haas, of Longswamp-r-iVw/Ti ' rtii I'egehy, to Lochia Rodenbergcr, boih of Longs wtimp. On the 22d ult., by iho Mime, Mr. Jonas Dressier, of Greenwich, to Miss C...

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

Groceries A complete assortment of sugar,1 coffee, molasses, honey, teas &c, jusl arrived und for sale wholesale and relail, by PRETZ, UUTII it Co. May 10. . * t—tf • Wackereli 10 Barrels No. 1 Mackerel, 20 " " 2 " ^ 25 " " 3 . ' •¦ 50 lialfs and quarters, No's I 2 and 3. Also a few barrel of salmon. This lot of mackerel we warrant to be of the best kind and quality, and will dispose of them very cheap. , PRETZ, GUTH & Co. May 10. t—if ¦ An Inducement, Jusl received direct from the manufacturer 10 pieces 3 ply, twilled Venetian, sup. Ingrain and other carpets. All those that are in want of n good carpet, we would advise lo give us a call before purchasing elsewhere, as we know we can give satisfaction in quality, colors nnd prices. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. May 10. • ' ' t—if Swiss Olxesse. A quantity of the genuine Swiss cheese, just received and.for salo,by PRETZ, GUTH, & Co. May 10. t—tf

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

To tho Directors of the Common Schools in Lehigh. In pursuance of tho thirty-second section of an act, entitled oAn act for the regulation and continuance of a system of Education by Common Schools" passed tho 7th day of April A. D., 1849. Wo tho undersigned Commissioners of Lehigh counly, hereby publish a statement of the amount lo which every district in tho County of Lehigh is entitled, forthc year Ai D., 1850, out of the annual appropriation of $200,000—as per report made tp this office, by the superintendant of Common Schools, as follows, to wit: Allentown Borough, 304 03 Northampton, BO 58 Upper Milford, 310 37 Upper Macungy, 103 18 North Whitehall, 249 28 South Whitehall, 251 74 Hanover, 213 20 Salsburg, 170 38 .Heidelberg, 121 30 Woshingtoi), 134 48 Wefssenbiirg, 151 70. LowhHI, . 87 74 Upper Saucon, 276 34 Lower Macungy, 229 00 Lynn, 163 45 PETER BREINIG, , n . J. L1CHTENWALNER, L S°»nmi»- BEN. BREINIG, j sxoners ' May 8. ' J—4w

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

Heform in South Carolina It appears that some, individuals in Poutn Carolina, friendly to a Rc/itdi/iran Government instead of an Oligarchy, are circulating through the State a series of reform publications, in which "Palmi'ltudoin" is weighed in the balance and folind Wauling.— These documents are circulated anonymously, -and are looked upon with alarm as the leven of abolitionism by those Who consider slavery the bulwark of free institutions. The South Carolinian publishes one of these dangerous documents a.s«n illustration of their ( reasonable tendency, ltsluYwslhnl While the Stale has ihuform of a Republic the substance is wanting. Tables are given showing that eleven dislricts containing 77,-073 whiles, have 2S Senators nnd 01 Representatives, While eighteen dislricts with 181,145 whites, have only 17 Senators and 00 Representatives. Here it is seen that less than one third of the Tree population hove the supreme controle of the State. Asa remedy for ibese evils, it is u...

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

ARTICLES. I Per Allent. Easton Philda Flour Barrel 4 75j 4 75 4 75 Wheat .... Bush. 95 1 06 1 20 Rye — 65 65 70 Corn — 45 65 65 Oats \- 27 80 35 Buckwheat . . X- 40 40 SO Flaxseed ... — 1 25 1 30 1 40 Cbversend . . — 3 00 4 01 4 00 li-mothyseed . — 2 50 9 75 S 80 Potatoes ... — 40 35 85 Salt — 45 45 40 Butter .... Pound 12 12 18 Lard — 9 10 0 Tallow .... — 9 9 8 Beeswax ... — 23 25 27 Ham — 0 8 10 Flitch . . . . — 7 0 0 Tow-yarn. . . ! — 8 8 S Eggs .... . j Dor.-i 10 10 16 Rye Whiskey TGall. 25 25 28 Apple Whiskey — 18 25 28 Linseed.Oil. . '"' — 06 65 66 Hickory Wood Cord 4 50 4 60 6 00 Oak Wood . . — 3 50 3 50 6 00 Egg Coal. . . Ton 3 75 4 00 4 60 Nut Coal i. . . — 2 50 3 00 8 60 Lump Coal. . — 3 50 % 60 2 06 Plaster .... — 4 50 4 50 8 M

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

Charming News to the Public. The undersigned have the pleasure to inform the public generally, that they have just returned from New York and Philadelphia, with a large, and desirable lot of_ Dry. Goods, which they have unpacked nnd arc now displaying to a great crowd of customera. .-To (ho Ladies and. Gentlemen, yeVu . would say, that such a handsome lot of dress goods was never before exhibited in this place, as it will be uttcrabl y impossible for us lo enumerate various articles that compose this stock of goods; we will only say that we invite one. and all to come and see us. We show goods very willingly free of charge. We do not make it our business lo say that we sell 20 or dO per cent cheaper than our competitors—but we do say that we sell as cheap and durable goods ns any of our neighbors. , Our motto is, lh.lt the goods will recommend themselves the best. PRETZ, GUTH & Co. May 10. t—tf

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

OM9W3 mmm ^i.t*»T/ 1>1 ",c Orphans Court oj Le-^WtS^- high county. ^TOiw*|3 1"l 'le lnalU;r of the account of "SjSgpJSjv Peter Hans, Esq., surviving e.xc-**"'' * cuter, of Christian Brobst dee'd, late of the borough of Allentown, Lehigh counly. And now May 4, 1810, tho Court appoint Jacob Dilingnr, A. L. Ruhc, nnd Jesse Samuel3, auditors to audit and make distribution and report the same to the next slated Orphans Court. ..._ "' From the. Records, Thsti:—J. D. LA WALL, Clerk. The undersigned, will meet the parties interested on Saturday the 9th. day of June next, at 10 o'clock, P. M., at tho house of Jonathan Kolb, in tho Borough of Allentown. J. DILINGER, A. L. HUHE, - J. SAMUELS, May 9. U—lw

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

MC^H®IM * AY;;/. Lndwig, "\ In the Court of Common r*. S-P/ias oj Lehigh eo. May Clias. Kline, J Term, ' [Klti. ' .No. 175, And now May I, IS 10, on motion.of Mr. King, Charles M. Hunk, is appointed a Commissioner, lo report facts and lien.-.-, and make distribution of the proceeds. ,»iU-j.:.,>. J'rom the Rernrds, i^i ', 5i%*l 7" <'». 'c—Nathan Mii.i.kh. Proth. : ^§i^ ; h y V. E. Samuels, Deputy.. 'JvJi-r-" T|1(, undersigned will attend to the duties of bin appointment, ul'liis ciliict* in Hamilton street, on Friday the 25lh day of May, at 10 o' clock A. M., when and where all those interested, limy allenil, if they think proper. CM. Rl y^K, Commissioner. -May 10. t_i,v

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