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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

A Genuine Yankee* "Halloo, my good friend, can you inform me how far it is to the next house 1" Jonathan started up—leaned on his hoe handlerested one foot on ihegambrel of his sinister leg, and replied: "Halloo yourself! howd' dofwal I guess I can. 'Taint near so far as it used to be afore they cut the door out of the woods away, then it was reckoned four miles, but now the sun shrivels up the road, and it ain't more'n tew. The first house you come to is a barn, and the next is a haystack; Hoskins' house is on beyond. You'll besure to meet his gals before you get there; tarnal rompin critters, they plague our folks more'n a little. His sheep gits into our orchard. Dad sets the dogarter the sheep, and me arte r the gals—and the way he makes the wool., and I the petticoats fly, is a sin to snakes." "I see you are inclined to be facetious, young man, pray tell me how it happened that one of your legs is shorter than the othert" "I never 'lows ar t^ body to meddle with my grass tangl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Opening of Spring & Summer Goods, AT THE NEW Boot, Shoe, Hat & Cap Store, The undersigned are just opening a very large tmd Fashionable assortment, of Boots, Shoes, Hats, and Caps, for ' SPRING & SUMMER WEAR, to whic,h they very respectfully invite the attention of the public/ fffTl i Their stock com-K I prises every varie-| LI Jfesaly °f Mens and SB&b» «g ^SP"« Boys, thick Kip, §3&v Calf, and Morocco g|V^^ Boots and Shoes—LADIES AND MISSES, 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, Fur, Brush, and Wool Hats, Palm Leaf, Leghorn, and Straw Hals, of every variety. Cloth, Leather, Fancy, Glazed, and Summer Caps. Gamphine, Lard and Fluid Lamps, Candlebras, Umbrellas, Suspenders,Trunks,&c. KID AND MOROCCO LEATHER, All of which will be sold at the lowest pric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 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 respectfully informs his friends and the public in general, that he has just returned from New York and Philadelphia, with a very large and well selected stock of GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, y day and 24 hour CLOCKS, from two to fifteen dollars, and a full assortment of Jewelry. Among others it the tauunnnraiNra comprises following articles : Gold and Silver Levers, Anker Levers, Lapines, English, French and Swiss watches, Gold, Silver aad Steel Spectacles, for all ages, Silver Combs, Gold Breast-pins, Ear-rings and Finger tings, Gold pens, Gold and Silver pencils, Silver Tea and Table-spoons, dnd a large variety of articles in his line of business. He. has also on hand a large assortment Accordians, &c. The above slock is entirely new, and selected with the greatest care, and of the latest fashions and styles. He invites ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

iilisccllcmcous Selections. Married and Unmarried* The situation of a married and unmarried female, it must be confessed, .is very unequal—the former having greatly the advantage in the scale of earthly happiness ; and the world makes the distinction still more unequal than nature intended it. At thirty-five the married woman is considered in the noon of life, while the single woman is looked upon passed. Again the wife has less necessity to depend upoa intellectual pleasures as resources against the lassitude of ennui. She has duties to perform let her station in life be what it may, to which the single woman cannot turn to vary the monotony of her existence. The matron, if she be a mother, will find a sufficient stimulus to keep up or revive, in the early instruction which it is one of woman's sweetest privileges to give her offspring, the knowledge and accomplishments which.she learned in her youth. What pleasure can be higher or more unalloyed to the bestower—what si ght...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

•Fames it* JRush, TIN AND STOVE SMITH, In Allentown. 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 of TIN AND IRON WARE, Such ns all kinds of Buckets, Watering Pots, Spout-heads, &c. which he nlso manufactures to order, at the shortest notice, and warrants them to be durable, and of the best materials. He keeps constantl y on hand a large supply, of Hoofing Tin, expressly manufactured for Roofing Houses, which enables him to do roofing at the shortest notice, and nt moderate charges. He will undertake jobs a reasonable distance from Allentown, and will warrant them to be durable. He also keeps on hand "Downs, Mynderse & Go's. Improved Revolving Stand-Pump," at the extreme low price of from ' 85 to 97. This is withou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

ST(D^U(S l^ Ifm. Aetchhne,~l In the Court of Common vs. y Pleas of Lehigh co. May Adam Kline, J Term, 1848, No. 154. Ven. Ex. to April Term 1849. No. 22. And now May 2d. 1849, the Court appoint Charles M. Runk, a Commissioner in the above case, to report facts and liens, and to make distribution of proceeds. •v^r$ r ^ From the Records, . $jMyw Wz Tell,c~ Nathan Miller, Proth. *$g£wl? by F. E; Samuels, Deputy. 'Ji-jf? The undersigned will attend to duties of his appointment, at his office in Hamilton street, on Friday the 25lh of May, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon, where and when all parties interested, may nttend, if they they proper. C. M. RUNK, Commissioner. May 10. t—4w. E. C. CUEERROUGn, Commission Merchant, For the sale of FISH and PROVISIONS, No. 4 South Water stlcet, below Market, Philadelphia. Has constantly on Hand an assortment of dried and pickled Fish, Sf-e. Mackerel, Salmon, Shad, Herrings, Codfish, Beef, Pork, Lard, Hams,. Sides, Shoulders, Cheese, Pails, Butte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

To the Directors of the Common Schools in Lehfcli. In pursuance of the thirty-second section of an act, entitled "An act for the regulation and continuance of a system of Education by Common Schools" passed the 7th day of April A. D., 1S4D. ' — We the undersigned Commissioners of Lehigh county, hereby publish a statement of the amount to which every district in the County of Lehigh is entitled, for the year A. D., 1850, out of the annual appropriation of $200,000-—as . per report made to this office, by the superinlendant of Common Schools, as follows, to wit: Allentown Borough, 304 63 Northampton, 50 58 Upper Milford, 010 37_ Upper Macungvt 163 18 North Whitehall, 249 28 South Whitehall* 251 74 Hanover, 213 20 ' Balsburg, 170 38 . Heidelberg* 121 30 Washington! • 134 48 Weissenburgi 151 70 Lowhill, 87 74 Upper Saucon, 276 34 Lower Macungy, 229 fiO Lynn, 182 45 PETER BREINIG, " ) „ . J.LICHTENWALNER, IC .< " n,m< '' BEN. BREINIG. J sloner»- May 3. p—ivi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

NEW ARRIVAL OF Hardware. The undersigned have just returned from iBhuffbj-gab Philadelphia with a large astgsljJSgiJjgJgJ sonmenl of Hardware, Cutlery and Saddlery, with Coach-lriming* and Shoe-finding ' s, all of which will be sold «t reduced prices at the Store of O. & i. SAEGER. April SO. t—«w c IRON.—-A good lot of Hammered and Rolled Iron, Sheet Iron, American and English Band Irott, Hoop Iron. Cnstand Shear Steel, square, rtal and round, just received with Anvils and Vices, and for sale cheap nt the Store of O. & J. SAEGER. GLA.SS.—=.t50 boxes Glass of all sizes, for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. WHITE LEAD—1 ton of White Lead just received, Pure and Extra, and for sale by 0.& J. SAEGER. NAILS.—-U00 Kegs of the best Nails^ Brads and Spikes, just received, and for sale by • O. & J. SAEGER. SHOE-BINDINGS:—A largeassortment <of Shoe-Findings, just received and for sale by O. & J. SAEGER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Cut it Short. Did you ever hear of the following good un ? A certain barber of our town, having great gift of gab, used to amuse his customers with his long yarns, while he went through his functions on their' heads and faces. One day an old codger came in, took his seat, and ordered a shave and hair cut. The barber went to work, and began, at the same time, one of his lone stories to to the no little dissatisfaction of the old gentleman, who becoming initated at the barber, said— . "Cut it nhort." "Yes, sir," said the barber, continuing the yarn, until the old gentleman again ordered—"Cut it short, I say, cut it short." "Yes, sir," clipping away and gabbling the faster. "Cut if short, cut it short, I say!" says the old gent. "Yes, sir;" says the barber . , going on with his story. "Will you cut it short, blast you 1" bawls out the old gent in a rage. "Can't sir," says the barber, for if yon look in the glass, you'll see I've cut it all off!" " . " ' ¦ And to his horror, upo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

W.a\,s ioT the T?eo\>\c \ \ fURlM ¥E\GER, HITTER IHaMHTON SffHKKT, ALLENTOWN Pa. WOULD respectfully inform his friends *nd the public in general, that he has just received from New York and Philadulphia the latest • Spring Fashions. and will be pleased to furnish 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, CASSIMERE, MOLKSKIN, SILK, PALM-LEAF, LEGHORN, STRAWHATS, MEN ' , & BOYS CAPS, of all kinds, at the very lowest Cash Prices. Call and examine his stock before.purchasing elsewhere. ' WCountry Merchants visiting Allentown , dealing in Hats and Caps can be supplied at Wholesale prices, from one to dozen, such sizes as any may want. April 5. Tl—3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Matrimony and its Inducements^ An exchange paper says we heard a very good joke some lime since that occurred in Paris where there are all kinds of strange people and a great variety of queer places. Among the latter ure offices for the procurement of marriages, and the keepers of the same are called marriage brokers. It appears that a young Parisian, who had once known prosperity, became exceedingly poor, and in cogitating upon the best means to recruit his finances stumbled upon the thought of matrimony. He had hitherto lived, a wild and independent life, and the connubial thought was therefore reluctantly entertained; but his affairs were pressing, and his wit could suggest noother means to retrieve them. He posted to the broken office, and made* application for a lady, young, and rich. Hymen's agent staled that he had called very opportunely! as he had upon his book a lady that was young, fair, and worth fifty thousand francs. The eyes of our friend sparkled at ther me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

THE LEHIGH REGISTER It pablithed in the Borough ofAllentown, Lehigh County, Pa., every Thursday BY AUGUSTUS L. UlHE, At $1 60 per annum, payable in advance, and *S 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. AnvinTiMMiiWTii, making not more than one •qaare, will be inserted three times for one dollar and for every subsequent 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' Br" A liberal deduction will be made to those who advertise by the year. EFOffice in 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 — 17 May 1849

itCD^2t®IIJQ Bcnj. Ludwig,~ ) In the Court of Commbn vs. I Plms oj Lehigh co. ^ay Chas. Kline, J Term, 1848. No. 175. And now May 1, 1849, on motion of Mr. King, Charles M. Runk, is appointed a Commissioner, to report facts and liens, and make distribution of the proceeds. v^Jifer ^om "t£ -Records, ;Sajj||jfc Teste—Nathan Mii.lkk, Proth. g^p^ by F. E. Samuels, Deputy. *f rtit^ ^ The undersigned will attend to the duties of his appointment, at his office in Hamilton street, on Friday the 25th day of May, at 10 o'clock A. M., when and where all those interested, may attend, if they think proper. C. M. RUNK, Commissioner. May 10. t—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

TAKE NOTICE Dont let yourselves be decefved, bought or caught by fictitious prices, that are published in the papers. The undersigned 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 orderto inform the public that we Fell at lower rates than others — all we nsk, is, that such who purchase'Iron, Hardware, &c. should give us a call, and they will find that " Saegcr's Hurdware Store" sells as low if not lower than any house in town. O. & J. SAEGER, Iron $• Hardware Store, Allentoum April 26. U—5\v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

PLANES.—A full assortment of Planes of John Bell's best make, also a large assortment of Carpenter's Tools, for sale cheap h y O. & J. SAEGER. HOUSE KEEPERS—A good supply of articles for House keepers, such as enajneled Boilers, oval and round, Plates, &c, ior sale by O. & J. SAEGER. Nov. 14. "8-45w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

LOOKCNG>GLASSES—A splendid lot of Looking Glass Hales, and Frames of all sizes for sale by O. & J. SAEGER. OILS & VARNiSH.--Oils of all kinds, boiled and raw. Turpentine, Newark Varnish of all kinds, Glue, &c,—will be sold cheap by O. &. J. SAEGER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Shoulders and Hams A large 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 — 17 May 1849

TO BUILDERS.—A large assortment of Hinges, Screws, Nails, Bolls With Mineral Knob Locks, German Locks and Latches, &c.* just received nnd for safe bv O. & J. SAEGER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Guizot and the Republic Our readers are aware that Guizot has been trying' to raise the wind in order to introduce himsell into the French National Assembly. He is now as he ever has been a consistant royalist, and - labors as hard to restore the ancient state of things, as he did to support his master in his position, before he tumbled headlong down. For this purpose he has addressed a letter to the electors of Calvados, the district which he wishes to represent. His intentions have created a great deal of excitement among the officials of the itiede Poitiers, -who fear that his advent will breed a storm in the pot. . We translate the opening part of his letter , which will show the tenor of his sentiments: "My friends witness to me their intention to offer me as a candidate at the next elections, and ask my opinion on this subject. I deem this interrogation a profler of honor. I have but one way to reply to it. 1 will denote unreservedly what now should make men of fair judg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 17 May 1849

Appointments by the President. The Philadelphia, New York and Baltimore appointments, were taken up unexpectedly to the Cabinet officers. It is understood — says the Daily News—that some of the members of the Cabinet were opposed to action, but that the President over-ruled all objections , and ordered the appointments to be made. PENNSYLVANIA. Collector — William D. Lewis , Collector for the part of Philadelphia , in place of James Page: Air. Lewis we learn has sent the names of his sureties to'Washington for approval, and will in the course of a few days enter upon the duties of his office. Postmaster— William P. White , to be Postmaster at Philadel phia, in the place of George F. Lehman. Mr. White was employed as chief clerk in the Philadel phia Post office, and being no doubt well versed with, its roliue of business, will make a good and efficient officer. We have not learned when he will take charge of the office. Attor/iey—John W. Ashmead , Attorney for the Eastern Dis...

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