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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Amos Ettinger Tin and Copper Smith, IN ALLENTOWN. Takes this method to inform his old friends and customers, that he still continues the above business at his "old stand," where he has now on hand 100 Co^pci-Settles, containing from . (too to thirty-seven gallons, which in point of beauty and durability cannot be superceded, and which will be sold at reduced prices, lie also keeps on hand an assortment of BRASS KETTLES $¦ TIN WARE, from a whistle to a still, a new kind of Pumps for Cisterns or Wells, of different prices. Tin Roofing will be done in a workmanlike-manner, nnd-at such-prices that no one will have reason to complain, who calls oh him to execute this branch of business. He has prepared himself in such a manner, that he can contract to-day and finish to-morrow. Illiiskcy-Slills are manufactured at the shortest notice, and at tho most reasonable prices. In short, all kinds of jobs, cither in Copper or in Tin, will be done in a most perfect manner, and will stand go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

The Mew York Riot! MomentH#u9 Intelligence!!! 0\& SeViwuvBaaTfi , In spite of the depredations in New York, offers for sate a large assortment of Spring & Summer Goods, AT WHOI.ESAI/B AND HBTAI/.. THE subscriber is located on the South east corner of Hamilton street and Market square, where may be found a large and splendid assortment of rich FANCY STAPLE AND OTHER GOODS, Purchased in New York and Philadelphia, to which he would call the special attention of nil, and most respectfully solicit a share public patronage. The citizens of Allentown and the surrounding country, are invited to call, as all goods are freely shown, and will be sold lower than in any other establishment in town, among which are the following, viz: Ladies Dress Goods, Of all the principal varieties, inoluding some fabrics entirely new. Silks. ! A<-splendid assortment of the newest and. I most fashionable styles, j SHAWLS, ' A stock never before equalled in this part of j the countr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

imm imik A new House and a new Landlord- The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the public generally, that he has taken the newly erected three story brick of Grim tavern ot Jesse , m" _:,,.a w-vo-a-^ Jesse unm, at the northwest corner of Market Square, in the borough of AlfentoWn, called THE EAGLE HOTEL. The House is known as one of the most spacious and convenient in the State—none more so out of Philadel phia—and contains 44 rooms. He therefore feels assured that he can accommodate satisfactorily all who may favor him with a call. His TABLE shall at all times be supplied with the best the season and the markets afford, and the Bah with the choicest Wines and 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 ana comfort. The Stabling is large and commodious, and us hi; will have none but kind and -attentive Ostlers, a due regard will be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Africa €urout AUT/CLES. [Per Altent.Eastbn Vkildo Flour .• , .- . , Barrel 4 75i 4 751 4 76* Wheat .... Baeh, 05 1' 05J 1 20-Rye . . Aj. . — fis 66 76 Corn — so 6S 6f> Oats ..... — 27 30 85 Buckwheat.- . — 40 40 66 Flaxseed . ^ . — 1 26 1 30 1 40 Cbverseed . . — 3.00 4 00 4 09 Timofhyteed . — 2 50 2 76 2 50 > Potatoes ... " — 40 35 6& Sal' — 45 46 4» Butter .... Pound 12 12 J8-Lard ..... _ 8 10 9 Tallow .... — 9 08 Beeswax . . . *— 25 96 «7 Ham | — o 8 10 Flitch .... j _ 7 6 # Tow-yarn. . . — 8 8 9 E ggs . . . . " I iDbz. 10 10 16 B ye Whiskey [ Gall. 25 26 28 Apple Whiskey! — 18 ' 96 28 Linseed Oil. . | — 05 65 6S Hickory Wood Cord 4 50 4 50 © 0© Oak Wood • . j —• 3 50 3 50 5 00 Egg Coal... I Ton 3 75 4 00 4 60-Nut Coal . . . | — 2 50 3 00 3 60 Lump Coal. . — 3 50 2 50 2 66 Plaster .... — 4 50 450260

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

AiMi-wa wmn In the Orphan's Caurt of Lehigh county. In the matter of the account of Thomas Wetzel, Guardian of Charles Keuchline. And now, May 4, 1849, on petition the Court appoint Henry C. Longnecker, C. M. Runkyand James S. Reese, Auditors to audit and re-settle tho account, if necessary, and report to the same to the next stated Orphan's Court. . From the Records, Tfste :—J. D. Lawai.j., Clerk. The Auditors above named, will meet for the purpose of their appointment, in ihe Court House in Allentown, on Friday the 22d day of June next, al ten o'clock in the forenoon. II. C. LONGNECKER, C. M. RUNK. J. S. REESE, May 24. «J—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

mm»^ mmn t in the Orphan's Court of Lek high county. IS In the matter of the account of ¦i* Catharine Butz, dee'd., late of - ' the county of Lehigh. And now. May 4th, 1849, the Court appoint. A. L.'Ruhe. H. C. Longnccker, and J. S. Reese, auditors to audit and resettle said account, make distribution and report the same to the next stated Orphan's Court. From the Records, Teste-—}. D. Lawall, Cleric. The auditors above named will meet for the purpose of their, appointment, on the Oth day of June next, at the house of Eli Steckel, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. A. L. RUHE, H. C- LONGNECKER, J. S. REESE, May 14. H—lw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

SJ(D^a:JM The Society of the Unit- ] cd ' Brethren for propa- In the Court of gating the Gospel among Common Pleas the Heathens, Assignee WLehigh counof Philip H. Goepp ty, April Term vs. 1849. A'o9-Peter Hither. J May 1, 1849 o n motion of Mr. Gibons, James S. Reese is appointed aCommissioner, to report facts and liens, and make distribution of the proceeds of sale. ... From the Records, •S^KjSfc Teste-'NATHA.tt Miller, Proth'y. •^ralrii" The undersigned will meet the •j^^ry ^ parties interested in the liens and *^J5?PS distribution aforesaid on Wednesday the Ofh day of June next, at his office in Allentown, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. JAMES S. REESE. May 24. •—3»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

AiMiwra iwmi r.ru.r, '1 ,ne Court of Common Pleas ^Sjfe of Lehigh County, May term SfgjjVffe 1849. A o75. *S*j*» .^liy In the matter of the account of •Vi-xt* Frederick Sigmund and Horatio Trexfer, assignees of Hunler •$• Miller, vs. John Gross. May 1, 1849,on motion of Mr. Gibons, Henry C. Longnecker is appointed a Commissioner to report facts and liens, and make distribution of proceeds of sale. From the Records, ¦ Teste—N. Miller, Proth'y. The undersigned will meet the parties interested in the liens and distribu tion aforesaid, on Thursday the 24th of May next, at his office in Allentown. H. C. LONGNECKER. May 24. H—lw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

ATM W3 SNMH11 y. In the Orphan s Court of Ler •$fSJf§& . high County. gfaHjwjS In the matter of the account 3J|3j8gBF of John Detweiler, deceased, late '*ttr.» '1 of the borough of Allentown, Lehigh county. And now May lib, 1849, the Court appoint James S. Reese, an auditor to audit and resettle said estate, make distribution, and report the same to the next stated Orphan's Court. From the Records, Teste—J. D. Lawall, Clerk. The undersigned will meet the ' parties interested on Wednesday the 27th day of June next, at the house of Eli Steckel, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. JAMES S. REESE. May 24. U—4w ©

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

WOMAN'S SPRING 1 he undersigned takes this method to inform his friends and the public in general, that he has taken the well known lfoi'nian\s Sj>ring, which will be opened on the I Oth instant, wilh all kinds of refreshments &r. JAMES WILT. May 17. J—4w Country Produce* Such as Potatoes, Butter, Eggs, Lard and Bacon, always Wanted for which the highest ' market, price will be paid in Goods by H. SCHNURMAN. May 17. +—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Bviqiibc Jnspcftov' s (Office lo the Voters of the Lehigh B.rigadc 7lh Division, Pcnn. Volunteers. Fkllow Soldiers ! Encouraged by a large number of my volunteer friends, I offer myself as a candidate for the office of BRIGADE INSPECTOR at the ensuing election. Should I be so fortunate as to receive a majority of your votes I will be most extremely thankful, and en ' deavor to perform the duties of the officwith punctuality. HIRAM B. YAEGER. May 17. t—te

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Queenstvare. Now unpacking 8 Crates dueensware conprising on assortment of all kinds, and. sold at such prices, lo suit the times. r H-SCHNURMAN. May 17 , ' ^ t—If , — ' -¦¦¦>¦—¦¦»-•¦¦ ¦ ¦- — -«¦¦ . .«-gt- . ¦ Iro n* The undersigned has also on hand, about 20 Tons American Hamered Iron, which will be sold lower than at any other p lace. H. SCHNURMAN. May 17. If—-If

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Groceries. Now receiving 10 Hhds. Molasses. jjpph 12 " Sugar. |EfrByjK3« 4 Tierces Honey. jgMMmgSS 25 Sacks Rio & other Coffee. Mackerel, Cod Fish, Teas, Spices, &c, alt of which will be sold at the lowest possible ! prices by H. SCHNURMAN. i May 17. * . " t—tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

2U>journeb Court In pursuance of an order of the President and Associate Judges of Lehigh county, notice is hereby g iven that an adjourned Court will be held at the Court House, in the borough of Allentown, commencing on Thursday the .8th day of June next, at 10 o'clock, in the forenoon, for the trial of nil matters not requiring the intervention of a Jury. All parlies interested are requested to attend. By order of the Court. May 24. J—3w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

WilSraiBIB , At Nngle's Head Quarters , a young lau, about 15 or 16 years of age, to run errands <$-c. Application to be made immediately. May 24. fl-3w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

——————M^j—.^^J Storekeepers, Milleners, Farmers AND MECHANICS! WILLIAM S ^ WEIL'S, Wholesale & Retail DRY GOODS and VARIETY STORE j The subscriber takes this, method of informing his frlndsanti ihe citizens generally in Allentown and its vicinity, that he has just arrived, fititti Philadelphia and Netv " York, wilh a most magnificent stock of goods, viz: Unbleached muslin from 3 to 9 e ' enis; Bleached do: from 3 to 12 cents, best qual. Calicoes from 3 to i2j cents, Clothes from S 1,00 lo $4,00, Cassimeres from 25 cents to SLOG, do. French Dpe Skin from $1 to $1,-25: Alpaca and Mohair Lustre from 12.} to 50 cts: Ginghams, Linensj Lustres, 12d to 50 cts. A great Variety of Shawls, at all prices; Stockings and Gloves, 0\{ to the finest qual: Linen Cambric Hdkfs. 6j to the finest qual; Suspenders 3, lo 50 cts. Ribbons of the greatest variety ever exhibited in Allentown. Read y made shirts with Linen bosoms, frorrt 37d to $1,50. Shirt collars 12^ to . 25 cts. Linen bosoms ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 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 stock of new and fashionable Dress Goods, which have been selected with great care, both in regard to quality and style, consisting in part of Lawns, Be ' rage, De Lains, Muslin Ginghams, Linen-Ginghams,-Changeable and Raw Linen, English and American Prints. For. Silk Goods wc have splendid Brocade Figured Silks, Rich Camilion, Plain and Colored Silks, Black Silks with rich Lustres, and only such goods as we i&n safely recommend for durability, being manufactured from pure boiled silk. Black Silk Shawls. Plain Damask, and richly embroidered, of every quality and price. THIBET SHAWLS, Black and Mode colors. Pea Green, Silk and Kid Gloves, Ladies Collars, Combs, &c, which can but please you if once seen. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

APPLETON'S GREAT CKNTKAL CHEAP BOOK STORE 164 Chest niiltreet, Corner of Seventh, Swaim's Buildings, PHILADELPHIA. KNOWING the wants of the community, the Proprietor of this Establishment has fitted up a Store in the most elegant manner, having due regard to the comfort of his customers, so that every Stranger visiting his Book Store, may feel entirely at home. HIS IMMENSE STOCK of Books is classified according to the various Departments of Literature, so that visitors can find the Books they, arc 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, eiiubies him to sell all Books at LOWER PRICES than any other house of a similar character on this continent. His facilities for the Importation of Books hor n Europe are uusurpassed, having a Branch of his Establishment in London, where orders of private gentlemen are carefully execute...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

ROGER BROWN'S \Vli\i; As IJQIIOK STOKE, NO. 8«3 MARKET STREET, Between Eighth and Ninth Strs, North side. Philadelphia. All kinds of Foreign, Wines and Liquors s uch as— g ffPa Old Cognac Brandies, Dark fljgpgSK3 and Pale, Holland Gin, JatBLyKH^arinaicaSpirils, Irishaiid Scotch teS8K=££3 .VlnIt Whiskey, of the very finest quality. WINES. —Such as Madeira, Port, Sherry, TcnerifTe, Sweet Malaga, Muscat, Claret and Champagne, very choice and old. Also, Manufacturer of Domestic Distilled Brandy and ( .Jin, Pure Spirits, Deoderized Alcholiol, Peach Brandy, Lavender Brandy, Wild Cherry Brandy, and Fine Cordials, Raspberry Brandy, New England Ruin, &c, &c, also a large supply of fine Old Monongahcla Whiskey on hand. The above Liquors will be sold at the very lowest prices. Country Merchants and Tavern Keepers, will do well to give the undersigned acall before purchasing elsewhere, and examine the Liquors, which he vouches, will bear the. closest scrutiny, recollect nu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 24 May 1849

Opening of Spring & Summer Goods, AT THE NEW Boot, Shoe, Hat & Cap Store. to which they very respectfully invite the attention of the public. Their stock comprises every variety of Mens and Boys, thick Kip, Calf, and Morocco Boots and Shoes— SPRING & SUMMER WEAR The undersigned are just opening a. very large and Fashionable assortment of Boots, Shoes, Hats, and a ps, for LADIES AND MISSES, Light, Blue, Green, Red, Bronze, Black, and Linen Gaiters, aiid 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 Hats, of every variety, Cloth, Leather, Fancy,-Glazed, and Summer Caps. Cninphine, Lard and Fluid Lamps, Catidlebras, Umbrellas, Suspenders, Trunks, ecc' KID AND MOKOCCO LEATHER, All of which will be sold at the lowest prices for cash. Don't forget the place, next door to Sneger's ...

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